Democrat and Chronicle from Rochester, New York on March 24, 1965 · Page 41
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Rochester, New York
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Wednesday, March 24, 1965
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4 h the Area Judge Strikes Testimony in Murder Trial Part of a State Police officer's testimony was ordered stricken from the record yesterday In the first degree murder trial of Fred Rial Jr. in Corning. Under questioning by Steuben County Dist. Atty. Lurton G. Whiteman of Hornell, BCI Investigator J. J. Moulthrop cestified Rial made certain incriminating statements while hospitalized with injuries suf-'ered in a farm accident. Judge Lyman M. Smith ruled that part of the remarks couldn't be admitted as evidence on technical grounds. Rial, who still uses crutches, is accused of killing Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Chapel-ie of Rathbone RD 1 about Jan. 30, 1964. The eighth day of the trial, which followed nearly three weeks of preliminary proceedings and jury selection, gets under way at 10 a.m. to day. AREA DEATHS Mrs. Helena G. Mullette, 86, of Port Gibson, yesterday. Homer Gell, 68, of Lyons yesterday. Frank A. Kohler, 76, of War saw, Monday. Darlene E. Slocum, 3, of Ge ncva. yesterday. Miss Juanita B. Olmstead, 75, formerly of Wolcott, Monday Mrs. Gererude E. Dusing, 81, of Warsaw, Monday. Mrs. Elmer Yeick, 64, of Wal worth, Monday. Mrs. Grace G. Pierce, 87, of Wayland, yesterday. Mrs. Mary B. McGuire, 90, of Albion, yesterday. Mrs. Alice Pearl Hazard, 77, formerly of East Varick, Sun day. Robert Cool, 42, of Ovid, yes terday. Mary Patricia Davis, infant daughter of James and Barbara Stannarius, of Horned, yesterday. Mrs. Eva Kirk Shipman, 70, of Canandaigua, yesterday. Chester Bates, 69, of Mt. Mor ris, yesterday.. . Mrs. Helen I. Hoag, 73, of Dansville. yesterday. Robert W. Stasko, 19, of Penn Yan, yesterday. - Pingio Anastas, 77, of Mace-don, yesterday. . Postmasters To Gather This year's second Workshop for Postmasters will begin at 10 a.m. today in the Manger Hotel. About 400 postmasters from New York State are expected to participate in the two day workshop seminar, which is sponsored by the National Association of Postmasters of the United States, New York Chapter. Twelve subjects will be on the agenda and today's session will be opened by Sean P Keating, regional director. The first workshop was held in West Point Feb. 24-25 and a third conference is scheduled at Glens Falls. Lamb to Attend Mayors Meeting Mayor Frank T. Lamb will join other mayors in a conference called in Washington to discuss problems cities face and the federal administration's programs to cope with them. He was invited by Vice President Humphrey to the "landmark" session at 2 p.m. Tuesday at which speakers will include the secretary of labor, the head of the anti-poverty program, the head of the Housing and Home Finance Agency, and others. Lamb and his wife, Janet, will join the other mayors and their wives as guests of the President and Mrs. Johnson at an informal dinner in the White House that evening. Home Vandalized For 10th Time Vandals pried open a window of the Donald L. Roberts home at 354 Murray St. yesterday afternoon, causing the pane to fall out. They entered and overturned furniture in the living room, dining room and kitchen. Before leaving, they also tossed cereal about the rooms. Roberts told police it was the 10th time in two years that this has happened. He suspects neighborhood children. Edward J. Keenan Dies at 45; Ran Correspondence School Edward J. Keenan, 45, of Montclair, N.J., former director of Franklin Institute, a correspondence school here, died of cancer yesterday (March 23, 1965) in Strong Memorial Hospital. Mr. Keenan, associated with the American Management Association in New York City, was taken ill last November and came here from Montclair for treatment in Strong. He was a graduate of Aquinas Institute and George town University and attended Harvard University's Business School. Franklin Institute was founded in 1904 by Mr. Keenan's father. John L. Keenan Sr. After the father's death in 1942, Edward and his three brothers, John. Richard' M. and Thomas A., continued the school under a partnership, wun toward as director. Edward left here for New York City in 1959 to become director of RCA Institutes-Home Study Division. He left RCA to join the staff of American Management Association. Mr. Keenan was a World War II Army veteran. He was president of the Georgetown Club of Rochester from 1946 to 1948. He was a member of the Montclair Dramatic Club and a former member of the Community Players here. Dr. Paul M. Served at Dr. Paul M. Schneider, 59, director of Binghamton State Hospital and a former mem - ber of the psychiatric staff of Rochester State Hospital, Legislative Mail Call Pigeons, Bow-Hunting Outrank Parks, Deer By WILLIAM RINGLE ALBANY (GNS) You'd think a bill that's for the birds wouldn't get as much attention as one having to do with $6.2 millions in park land. Or that several covering the statewide hunting season on antlerless deer wouldn't cause as much fuss as one concerning bow-and-arrow hunting in one county. The chairman of the assembly committee on conservation, Charles Stockmeister of Greece, says it ain't necessarily so. His office is almost knee-deep in letters about a bill that would let a City Council, or town or village board, if it found pigeons to be a public nuisance or health menace, issue permits for shooting them at any time and in any manner. The letters, now flowing in at the rate of 40 a day, are not form letters, either. One veteran cited America's debt to pigeons, mentioning "Old Sarge" and "Yank," the renowned World War I carrier pigeons. A woman said she thought pigeons were nowhere near the health menace that some dirty, lice-ridden humans were and thought the state might better give some attention to them. A bill that means an estimated $6.2 millions in park lands will go by the boards if it is not enacted has not prompted a single letter. Nor have the several bills before the committee to determine whether antlerless deer will be shot within the state. "These go to the very heart of deer-hunting in this state," says John Daly of Herkimer, the committee counsel. Yet a bill that would reduce the hunting season allowed archers in Westchester County stirred great correspondence, apparently from the landed gentry yoeman with bows and arrows tramping over their acres. Skidding Crash Injures 4 At Outlet of Expressway Four men were hurt when three cars collided in a snowstorm at the northern outlet of the Sea Breeze Expressway at Lake Road, Webster, shortly before 8 a.m. yesterday. Webster police said a car driven by Rudolf O. Hoffmann, 54, of 2 Belview Drive, Irondeauoit. slid into the op posite lane and crashed head- on into one operated by Anton L. Sanders, 45, of 78 Bel- Rider, 3, Injured A child was injured when a car rammed the rear of another making a left turn in front of 281 Titus Ave., Irondequoit, shortly after 1:30 p.m. yesterday, Irondequoit police reported. Cornelius Ryan, 3, who was riding in a car driven by his Women Injured in Two women were injured when their cars crashed at Monroe Avenue and Sutherland Street, Pittsford, shortly after 5 p.m. yesterday. Maureen M. Fallon, 22, of 2452 East Ave., Brighton, was Surviving Mr. Keenan, be-; sides his brothers, are hisi widow, Ruthanne Dakin' Keenan; three sons, Edward Jr., David and Philip; fourj daughters, Kathleen, Su-: zanne, Mary-Jo and Patricia Keenan, all of Montclair, and his mother, Mrs. Florence R. Keenan of Rochester. Mrs. Ada M. Whyte; Former Teacher Mrs. Ada M. Whyte, who taught special education classes at Schools 3 and 27 from 1929 to her retirement in 1945, died Monday (March 22, 1965) in St. John's Home for the Aging. Mrs. Whyte, 83, widow of John A. Whyte, was graduated from Dundee High School and in 1900 from the old Geneseo Normal School. She taught at Gorham for 15 years and then in West Hoboken, N.J., schools. After taking extension courses at William Smith College and Syracuse University in 1927 and 1928, she began work here. She leaves two sons, Leland M. of Snyder and John A. Whyte of Honeoye Falls; and a grandson. Mrs. Martha Gillies; Minister's Widow Mrs. Martha E. Smith Gillies, 92, widow of Rev. Andrew Gillies, pastor of Third Schneider State Hospita .died of a heart attack yester- day (March 23, 1965) in his .home He was a psychiatrist at Rochester ' State Hospital view Drive. The two men and a third driver. Justus W. Copp, 59, of 75 Garford Road, Irondequoit. were treated for cuts and bruises at Northside Hospital. Copp's car skidded into Sanders' automobile. Eugene F. Schroth, 35, of 103 Minocqua Drive, Irondequoit, a passenger in the Sanders auto, was in "satisfactory" condition, suffering severe head and face cuts. As Cars Crash father, Cornelius J. Ryan Jr., 44, of 314 Hartsdale Road, Irondequoit, was treated at Northside Hospital for facial injuries. David Garey, 43, of 421 Long Acre Road, Irondequoit, was operating the car making the turn, according to investigators. Pittsford Crash treated at Genesee Hospital for neck injuries, deputies said. Shirley A. Schindler, 30, of 20 Kurt Road, Pittsford, the other driver, suffered side and arm injuries and went to a doctor. Presbyterian Church from 1926 to 1937, died Sunday (March 21, 1965). Mrs. Gillies was born at Hilton. She met her husband, a native of Scotland, while they were students at Genesee Wesleyan Seminary in Lima. She also was graduated from Syracuse University, where she was a member of Alpha Phi Sorority. Mrs. Gillies remained interested in Third Church affairs after the death of her husband in 1942. She formerly lived at 1650 East Ave. She leaves a daughter, Mrs. John C. Leffler of Seattle. Mrs. John H. Magee; Taught Economics Mrs. John H. Magee of 301 Winona Blvd., Irondequoit, retired teacher of home economics, died Monday (March 22, 1965) while on vacation at Bradenton, Fla. She was 71. Mrs. Magee was graduated from Ontario High School and the old Mechanics Institute and later took courses at the University of Rochester and Nazareth College. Between 1920 and her retirement in 1946, Mrs. Magee taught home economics in all the city elementary schools. Besides her husband, she leaves a brother, Dr. C. Stewart Nash. Dies; from 1936 to 1950 Dr. Schneider, a native of Ilion, N.Y., was graduated from Albany Medical School in 1935 and interned at Highland Hospital here. He left Rochester State Hospital to take the post of assistant di- . xtor of Willard State Hos pital and several years later went to Manhattan State Hospital as assistant director. He was appointed director of the hospital in Bingham ton May 1963. In World War II, he was an Army Medical Corps captain. Dr. Schneider is survived by his widow, Margaret Me Hugh Schneider, formerly of Rochester, and a son, Paul, also of Binghamton. Maurice A. Sims, Kodak Retiree Maurice A. Sims, 82, of 257 Park Ave., a retired Eastman Kodak Co. foreman and onetime clothing factory tailor, died yesterday (March 23, 1965) in the Jewish Home & Infirmary, 1180 St. Paul St. Mr. Sims, employed at Ko dak's Camera Works Plant 11 years, retired 15 years ago. Born in Russia, he worked as a tailor in London, England, before coming here 60 years ago. Before going to the Camera Works, he was employed by August Brothers, a clothing manufacturing company; the National Clothing Co., and Bond Clothes, Inc. Surviving Mr. Sims are his widow, Edith G.; two daughters, Mrs. Chester Costain Harry of Rochester and Mrs. Pearl Guggenheim of Bethes- da, Md.; a son, Laird Haase of Rochester, and four grandchildren. Dratljs Jness, George George Agness of Rochester ond Sodus Point, N.Y., Mor. 22, 1965 ot the F. F. Thompson Hospital, Canandaigua, N.Y. He leaves one daughter, Mrs. Betty Hill of Rochester; o sister, Mrs. Grace Sylvas of Rochester; three grandchildren and one nephew. Friends may call at the Cotton Funeral Home, 26 Maple Avenue, Victor, N.Y., from 2-5 and 7-9 where service will be held Wednesday, Mar. 24 at 2 o.m. Rev. Edwin C. Holley officiating. Inter-ment at the convenience of the family. In Memorom Mercurio, Anna In loving memory of our dear Mother, Anna Mercurio, who passed away March 74, 1962. Though gone from thews who loved vou, And free from pain and care, We pray that In your heavenly home, Wt all shall meet ogaln. Sadly missed by Children ond , Grandchildren. Post, Kathryn Elizabeth In memory of my precious mom, Kothryn Elizabeth Post, on her birthday. I would give the world ond more, If I could open up the door, And see you In vour favorite choir. And lust be oble to stroke your hair, And say, "I love you. Mam. I miss you so. Mom. Loved and remembered always, Your doughter, Betty. Marconi, Dominick A tribute of love to the memory of my dear husbond, ond our father ond grandfather, Dominick, who departed this lift five years ago today: Deep in our hearts you are fondly remembered; Sweet, happy memories cling 'round vour nome; True hearts that loved you with deepest affection, Always will lovt you In death lust the same. Sadly missed by Wife, Children and Grandchildren. Deaths Anderson, Abraham Abraham Anderson of 44 Dana St , entered into rest, March 21, 1965. He is survived bv his wife, Margaret; one son, George W.; three daughters, Mrs. Richard (Eleanor) I nostrum, Mrs. Fronk (Margaret) Morcella and Mrs. Richard (Barbara) Winhaber; twelve grandchildren; one brother, John Anderson. Me was a veteran of World War I. Friends mov call Tuesday ond Wednesday. 25 ond 7-9 p.m. ot the funeral home of Joseoh A. Murohv, 343 Chill Ave. Services Thursday afternoon ot 2 o'clock. Rev. Alfred B. Wanoman officiating. Interment, Riverside Cemetery. Cox, Raymond A. Suddenly Tuesday, March 73. 1965, Raymond A. Cox of 132 McGuire Rd., aged 49 years. Survived bv his wife, Mrs. June Koeth Cox; two daughters, Mrs. Donald (Valerie) Smith and Sharon Cox; his mother, Mrs. Bertha White; his steo-lother, John White; his brother, Benlomln Cox; live grandchildren. Friends may call at Farrell Brothers Coionial Funeral Home, SI Ridge Rd. West, near Memorial Bridge, from 2 4 i ond 79 p.m. Services Friday morning j ot 1:30 ond 9 o'clock at Our Mother of Sorrows Church. Interment, Holy Seo-ulchre Cemetery. Christie, Margaret Jane (Curthey) Margaret Jane Curthey Christie, West Main Street, Caledonia, March 23, 1965. Survived bv her sister, Mrs. Charles (Edith) Grimm, Rochester; one nephew. Fraser Christie, Rochester; several : grandnephews. I Friends may coll 2 4 ond 7-9, ot the; Alhart Funeral Home, 54 West Main St., j Caledonia, N.Y., where services will be, held Thursday at 3 Dm., Rev. John; AAnlni nffirintinn Intprm.nt MiinfnrH Rural C"metery at the convenience of the family. Danforth, ( Stewart In Canandoigua March 21, 1965, C. Stewart Danforth of Lima, N.Y. Survived by his wife, Genevieve; two daughters, Kay Genevieve of Rochester and Diane Karen of Lima; three sisters, Mrs. Wil-lard (Mabel) Berner, Davenport, N.Y., Mrs. Byron (Gertrude) Haverly, North Blenheim, N Y., Mrs. Glenn (Harriet) Reinfeller, Sacramento, Cal.; one aunt, Miss Jennie Danforth, Davenport, N.Y. Friends mav call at the O'Connell Funeral Home, 2041 Lake Avenue, Lima, Tuesday evening from 7-9 ond Wednesday from 2-5 and 7-9. Funeral Thursday ot the Funeral Home ot 2:00 p.m. Inter-ment at the convenience of the fomilv. Friends wishing may contribute to the Heart Fund. DeVelder, Peter Bernard Entered into rest Monday, March 22, 1965 Peter Bernard DeVelder formerly of Manchester, N.Y. He is survived bv his father John F. DeVelder. Two sisters Mrs. Eathel (Ann) Llovd, Mrs. Richard (Phyllis) Smith. Two half sisters, Mrs, Thomas Boyd and Miss Sally DeVelder both of Arizona. Several nieces and nephews. Friends may call at the Honan Funeral Home, 616 Genesee St. from 2-5 and 7-9 p.m. Funeral services Friday morning at 8:30 and at 9 o'clock at St. Monicas Church. Interment, Veterans Plot Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. Earls, Mrs. Cornelia Tuesday, March 23, 1965, Mrs. Cornelia Earls of 8 Austin Park, Pittsford. She is survived by her daughter, Mrs. John (Gertrude) Schneider; her son, Alfred W. Earls, both of Pittsford; her granddaughter, Mrs. Robert (Virgil) Ap-pleton of Massachusetts; her grandsons, Alfred of Webster, David Earls, Connecticut; eight great-grandchildren; one great-great-grandson; one niece and one nephew. Friends mav call at Zornow's Funeral Home, 2) Lincoln Ave., Pittsford, Wednesday from 7 9 p.m., Thursday fromj 2-4 and 7 9 p.m. Service Friday at 2 1 p.m. Interment In Pittsford. Farley, Amanda Amanda Brandt Farley of 25 Mark St., on March 23, 1965. She Is survived by four daughters, Mrs. Charles (Hilda) Lone, Mrs. ' Lena Chatterton, Mrs. Harold (Mary) Beach, Mrs. Thomas (Helen) Chatterton; four sons, Oscar Compton, Master Sgt. George Brandt In Germany, James Brandt, Walter Brandt; one sister, Mrs. Lena Melius o Illinois; one brother, James Compton; thirty-seven grandchildren, thirty-one great-grandchildren. Friends may call at N. J. Miller's Son Funeral Home, 706 South Ave., 3-5, 7-9, where services will be held Thursday morning at 11:30. Interment In Mt. Hope Cemetery. Fischer, Miss Lena Miss Lena Fischer of 10?0 Clinton Ave. N. on Sunday, Morch 21, 1965. She is survived by one brother, Carl Fischer; two nieces, Mrs. Helen Gallagher ond Mrs. John (Beth) Watson, bolh of Ingle-wood, California. She was a member of Salem United Church of Christ ond the B'ble Class, Germania Chapter No. 72, O.E.S. Friends mov call at L. Schauman's Sons, Inc., 609 Clinton Ave. N., from 2-5 ond 7-9 o'clock. Services on Wednes-day afternoon at 1:30 o'clock. Interment at Mt. Hope Cemetery. In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to the Renovation Fund of Salem Church. Eastern Star, services Tuesday 7:30 p.m. Franklin, Margaret L. Margaret L. Franklin of 179 Benton St., on Mar. 22, 1965. She Is survived by her husband, Lawrence H. Franklin; three daughters, Mrs. Bill (Ruth) Burks, Mrs. Fred (Janet) King, Mrs. Ihlng (Norma) Flowerdav; two brothers, Her man Love of Canandaigua, Wilson Love of Clifton Springs; seven grandchildren; several nieces and nephews. Friends mav call at N. J. Miller's Son Funernl Home, 1625 Mt. Hope Ave., 2-5, 7-9. Funeral services will be held Wednesday morning ot 11 o'clock In South Presbvterion Church. Interment, Mt. Hope Cemetery. Gaffield. Hannah M. Hannah M. Gaffield, oged 90 years, widow of the late Oliver Gaffield, formerly of 543 Averlll Ave., on March 22, 1965. She is survived by her daughters- Mrs. Harold (Florence) Blohm ancl Mrs. Irving (Doris) How-land; her sons, Walter E. and N. Stanley Gaffield; one niece, Mrs. Ada Mc-Henry of Hollywood, Fla.; one nephew, Harold Randies of St. Peters burg, Fla.; eleven grandchildren; twen ty-four great grandchildren. Friends may call at N. J. Miller's Son Funeral Home, 1625 Mt. Hope Ave., 2-5 ond 7-9. Funeral service Thursday morning ot 11 o'clock with Rev. Charles Bollinger officiating. Interment, Mt. Hope Cemetery. Those who wish mav, In her memory, contribute to the Memorial Fund of St. Peter's Mission Church, 612 Clay Road. The Melba Rebekah Lodge will conduct a memorial service Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. Genette, Alfred Alfred Genette of 23 Ontario St. entered Into rest March 23, 1965. He Is survived by his wife, Mary; one nephew, Ray Cosarettl; one niece, Mrs. Vera Forster. Friends may call at Gigliottl Funeral Home, 756 East Main St., 2-4, 7-9 p.m. Funeral Thursday 8:30, 9 o'clock Mt. Carmel Church. Interment, Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. Gibson, Miss Jane E. Miss Jone E. Gibson passed oway suddenly at the St. Anthony Hospital, St, Petersburg, Fla., Thursday, March 18, 1965. She was the doughter of Noah Gibson and the former Claire Ruger. She Is survived by four cousins, Mrs. Dean (Florence) Wright, Albion, N.Y., Mrs. Gertrude Edwards, Franklinville, N.Y., Mrs. Edna Eberlln, Rochester, N.Y., Mrs. Lea (Ruth) McGulnn, Holley, N.Y. Funeral services will be held ot the McNall-Marple Funeral Home, 154 S. Main St., Albion, Wednesday, 11 a.m., the Rev. Herman Chapman of the Murray Baptist Church officiating, with interment Mt. Albion Cemetery. Gillies, Martha E. Smith Sunday, Morch 21, 1965, Martha E. Smith Gillies, formerly ot 1650 Eost Ave., widow of the Rev. Andrew Gillies. She is survived by her daughter, Mrs. John C. (Faith) Leffler, Seattle, Wash. Friends are invited to attend 0 memorial service Wednesday afternoon ot 2 ociock In the Third Presbyterian Chapel (Eos' Ave. ond Arnold Park). In lieu of flowers, those wishing may make contributions to the Memorial Fund ot the Third Presbvterion Church in her memory. Arrangements: Hedges Memorial Chapel, Inc. Graves, Leo B. On Monday, March 22, 1965, Leo B. Graves of 92 Comfort St. He Is survived bv his wife, Isabeiie. Friends may visit the Frlck Home for Funerals, 436 South Ave., 2-4, 7 9. Funeral service will be held Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock. Interment at the convenience of the family. Oraths Grand, Josephine Josephine Grand, J45 Bay St.. formerly of 9 Gorham St. She is survived bv one daugnter, Mrs Anthony (Maryann) Po-triceiio of California; one son, Henry; two grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; several nieces ond neohews. She was a member of the Maria SS Del Suffragio Society. The fomlly requests friends to cell from 2 5 ond 7-10 p.m. ot the Nanno Funeral Home, Inc.. 450 Moin St. E. Services Saturday morning, 130 and 9 ociock ot St. Bridget s Church, Interment, Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. Griffis (Mink) Pearl Monday, March 22. 1965, Peart (Mink) Griffis of 102 Curtis St. She leaves her husband, George W. Griffis; her stepmother, Mrs. Rebecca Mink; two listers Mrs. Minnie Brown ond Mrs. Chester steklof of Rochester; eight brothers. Abe, Hvman, Ben, Sam and Jack Mink of Rochester, Garson of Binghomton, Max of Cleveland and Leo Mink of Chicago; several nieces and nephews. Friends mav coll at the Parskv Funeral Home Inc., 1125 St. Paul St., Tuesday evening 79 o'clock. Funeial services Wednesday afternoon ot 2 o ciock In the Chapel of the Funeral Home. Burial In Riverside Cemetery. Hall, Frederick A. Entered Into rest Tuesday, March 23. 1965, Frederick A. Holl of 40"j Almira St. He is survived by his wife. Elua-beth Hall; two sons, Harold B. ond Carman C. Hall; one brother, Westev Holl of Toronto, Canada, three grandchildren; one great-grandchild. Private services to be held at the convenience of the family with no prior calling. Flowers are gratefully declined. Arrangements bv Alvah Halloran & Son, 2125 Chill Ave. IiarOlU, Mary Tuesday, March 23, 1965, Mrs. Mary Harold of 654 Soenccrport Rood. She is survived bv one niece, Mrs. Rose G'bciud; one nephew, Henry Beerlv; two godchildren, Miss Minerva Auer and Mrs. Rodney (Barbara) Ritz. Friends may call from 2-5 and 7-9 p.m. at L. Schauman's Sons, Inc., 609 Clinton Ave. North. Services will be held on Thursday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock, interment In Pittsford Cemetery. Keenan, Edward J. Tuesday, March 23, 1965. Edward J. Keenan of 101 Clinton Avenue, Montclair, N.J., formerly of Rochester, N.Y. He is survived bv his wife, Ruthanne (Dakln) Keenan; three sons, Edward Jr., David and Philip; four daughters, Kath'een, Suzanne, Mary-Jo, and Patricia Keenan; his mother, Mrs. Florence R. Keenon; three brothers, John L. Jr., Richard M., and Thomas A. Keenan; also several ounts, uncles, nieces ond neohews. Friends mav call on Wednesday from 7 9 and on Thursday from 2-5 and 79 at The John M. Hedges Funeral Home corner of Culver Road and Empire Blvd. Reauiem Mass will be said Friday morning at 10 o'clock in Blessed Sacrament Church. Interment In Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. ' vmu0 Ilarvpv V j rk,III0M;' Ildl ve? r' Suddenly, Tuesday, Morch 23, 1965, Harvey F. Kimble of 477 Faistaff Rd. He Is survived by his wife, Mrs. Flora Kimble; three sons, Vincent F Harvey E., and Freeman J. Kimble; one daughter, Sister Marie Vincent, S.S.J.; also eight grandchildren; two great-grandchildren. Friends may call Wednesdaylng evening from 7-9 p.m. and Thursday from 2-5 and 7-9 p.m. at the Hengstler-Menoes Funeral Home, 2793 Culver Rd. (near Ridge Rd. E ). Funeral services Friday morning at 11 o'clock. Interment, Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. Mastro, Elaine Eloine Mastro, oged sixteen, suddenly of 34 Sandstone Dr. She is survived by her mother, Lena; father, James and a sister, Mariann; several aunts and uncles. She was a member of the Alpine Girl's Drum Corp. Friends mav call at the Anthony Pulvino and Son Funeral Home, 371 Lake Ave from 2-4, 79. Services Friday at 8:00, 9:00 o'clock St. Charles Church. Interment Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. Magee, Isabel Nash Isabel Nash Magee, 30 Winona Blvd., March 22, 1965, In Bradenton, Fla. She Is survived bv her husband, John H. Magee; her brother, C. Stewart Nash, M.D.; three nieces, Mrs. Dorothy Learv of Rochester, Mrs. Freda Harrison and Mrs. Theda Chase both of Ontario, N.Y.; two nephews, Norma Nash of Detroit, Mich., and Donald Nash of Rochester. Friends mav call at Corbett Funeral Home Inc., 109 West Ave., Wednesday from 2-5 and 7-9. Service Thursday i afternoon at 1 o'clock. Interment in Ridge Chapel Cemetery, Williamson, j N.Y., at the convenience of the family. 1 Marx, Margaret Grosser I Tuesday, March 23, 1965, Margaret i G osser Marx, of 180 York Street. She! Is survived by three daughters, Mrs. Rollen (Marie) Pickens, Mrs. Lewis tvjeriruae; uuiviii, ,vn . uuw, cum (Mildred) Savage; four grandchildren and four great grandchildren; also several nieces and nephsws. She was a member of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, and St. Francis Eucharistic League. Friends may call from 2-5 ond 7-9 ot the Funeral Home of Norbert E. Vay 604 Maple Street (corner Colvin) where services will be conducted Friday ot 8:30 ond at 9:00 from SS Peter & Paul Church. Interment at Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. Martin, Gertrude E. Gertrude E. Martin, suddenly, March 21, 1965, of Central Square, N.Y., formerly of W. Henrietta. She Is survived by two sons, Hartley V. Martin of Central Sauare, N.Y., ond Kenneth B. Martin of Napervllle, III.; twelve grandchildren; several nieces and neohews. She was a fittv-year member of Henrietta Chapter O.E.S. and W. Henrietta Grange. Friends may call at Holla-Leary Funeral Home. 1256 Mt. Hope Ave., Monday evening 79 p.m., Tuesday 2-5, 79 Dm, where services will be held Wednesday afternoon ot 2 o'clock. Interment, N. Rush Cemetery. McCauley, Alsarta Alsarta McCauley, 80, died at Genesee Hospital today. Survivors are. one sister, Mrs. Cora Miller, Rochester; one niece, Mrs. Francis Shuron of Rochester. Several grand nieces and grand nephews. Friends may call at the Moore Funeral Home in Naples Wednesday 7-9 and Thursday 3-5 and 7-9 where a Rosary service will be held at I p.m. Requiem Mass will be held In St. Januarlus Church in Naples at 10 a.m. Interment In Rose Ridge Cemetery. Moldenhauer, Mary Mary Moldenhauer of 156 Belmeade Road, on Sunday, March 21, 1965. She is survived by one son, Irving; two grandchildren and three great-grand children; several nieces and nephews She was a member of the Paul Chapter No. 480, O.E.S, Friends may coll at L. Schauman's Sons, Inc., 609 Clinton Ave. N from 25 ond 79 o'clock. Services on Wednesday afternoon ot 3 o'clock at the Lutheran Church of the Incarnate Word, East Ave. at Goodman St. In lieu of flowers, contributions mov be made to the Church Building Fund In her memory. O'Hanlon, Peter J. Tuesday, March 23, 1965 Peter J. O'Hanlon of 72 Savannah St. Survived by several nieces and nephews. A member of the Pioneer Club ot Kodak A life member of the Apparatus and Optical Division of Kodak Recreation Club. Friends may call at the Burns-Hanna Funeral Home, 1795 Ridge Rd. East, between Goodman ond Culver Rd,, from 2-5 and 7-9 p.m. Services, Friday morning ot 1:30 ond 9 o'clock at St. Salome's Church. Interment, St. Peter's Cemetery, Rome, N.Y. O'Brien, Martha Monday, March 22, 1965, Martha O'Brien, widow of Michael O Brien ond mother of the lote Father Michael O Brien of 3492 Dewey Ave. Survived by her son, John P. O'Brien; rour doughters, Mrs. Michael (Vera) Cat-nan, Mrs. Joseoh (Etta) Connelly. Miss Frances O Brien, Mrs. Richard (Rose Marie) Schulz; two sisters, Miss Etta McAnolly, Mrs. Frances Murphy; her brother, William P. McAnally; thirteen grandchildren, several nieces ond nephews. She was a member of the Rosary Society ot Our Lady of Mercy Church, Legion ot Mary; St. Monicas Guild ond Ancient Order of Hibernians. Friends may coll at the Robert Poole Funeral Home Inc., 1305 Dewey Avenue at Magee Avenue, 10 a m. to 10 p.m. Proytr service at the Funeral Home Saturday morning at 9:15. Funeral Mass and Holy Communion at Our Lady ot Mercy Church at 10 o'clock. Interment, Holy Sepulchre Cemetery, Deaths Palmer. Fran E. Fronk E. Palmer of 75 Elwell D'lvt. March 21, 145. 75 years of age. He Is survived bv h-s wife, Clara J. Palmer; his doughter, Lois L. Polmer; two ' sons, George L. Potrier, Edward F. Po:mer ot Canoga Pork. California; N Y.; four grandchildren; several ' nieces ond neohews. I Friends are invited to attend o memorial service ot HoHo-Leory Funeral Home. 1254 Mt. Hope Ave., Wednesday evening at I o'clock. Interment. White Haven Memorial Park. In l eu of flow, ers friends wrshing mav contribute to the American Concer Society. Parker. Maude Patnode j On Sundav, Morch 21, 1965, Moude Pat-' node Parker of 24 Hill Rood. Parma, i N Y. She Is survived by her j husband, George E. Porker; three; daughters and four sons, Mrs. Lester; (Edith) Blodgett of Manistee. Mich.j Mrs. Clarence (Marion) Leistman of j Hilton, Mrs. James (Virginia) Hunter' of Los Angeles. Calif,, George E. Jr. of Alb.on, Flovd J of Pasadena, Calif . Richard R. ot Rochester and Donaid C Porker of Soncerport; eighteen grand-children; eighteen great-grandchildren; oln severol nieces ond nephews. Friends mov call at Walker Brothers Co. Funeral Home, 15 West Ave , Soen-ceroort, on Tuesday evening from 7 9 p.m., from 2-5 ond 7-9 o m. on Wednesday where services will be held Thursday at 2 p m. Interment. Parma Union Cemetery. The Rev. Victor Metivier officiating. Pingio, Anastas (Steve) Anastas (Steve) Pingio. aged 77, of West Main Street, Mocedon formerly of; Palmyra, Tuesday, March 23. Survived by daughters, Mrs. Karl L. Ziegler, : Palmyra. Mrs. William Decker, Bald-! winsville, N.Y.; son, Spiro (Spike), Rochester; seven grandchldrcn, Mr. Pingio owned nnd onToted the Palmyra; Hotel from 1977 until his retirement. Friends mav call at his Maccdon home after 11 o'clock today. Prayer Pppus,: service will be held Thursday evening at 8 p.m Prayer service Friday at 1 p.m., followed bv funeral services at the Greek Orthodox Church of the Annunciation, East Avenue. Rochester,,,'.' ... .,,.., p," "inii.m to nt at 2 o.m Interment, Mt. Hope Ceme-d on Commerc(. Drive in the Town rrV ' c"n,r:bl!e ,he of Henrietta. New York. Greek Orthodox Church of the Annun- Sjid bjd, w in bf received hv the cation or Newark - Wovne Community i To' Board of (hc Tpwn of Henrietta. Hospital. Arrangements by Cady S, j 5Ui;h Fire Commissioners, Mate Funeral Home. Inc., Palmyra. j Morot CountVi Vcw york, the n u !. i To" Hall. 475 Calkins Road. Ton KeynOldS. htlythe h. Graham of Henrietta. Monroe Cotintv. Sew Monday, March 22, 1965, Edvthe E. York, until 2:00 P.M.. E.ST., April In. Grr-ham Reynolds of 61 Coolidae Rd. lg'V and then publicly opened and read Survived bv her husband. Arnold L. aloud. Reynolds: one doughter, Mrs. Gordon lite Information for Bidders, Form (Fern) Hutchins; one son. Earl H i of Bid. Form of Contract. Plans. Reynolds; two sisters, Mrs. Anna Calk-: Specifications and forms of Bid Bond ins of Rnchester and Mrs. Re d (Edna) ; and Performance Bond mav be examined Hanlss of Florida; four grandchildren; j at the office of (he Architect, ( oriian several nieces and nephews. A member ' A Bjlestirre. 1 22 1 Midtown Tower, of the Gold Star Mothers, of the Navy Rochester. New York, and copies there-Mothers, of the War Mothers, also of of obtained after April un.-n the White Shrine of the Eostern Stor, j payment of 55.00 for each set. Checks the Cuiver Chapter of the Eastern Star, , should he made pavanle to the Henrietta the Americon Legion Auxiliary No. 134 1 Fire District, and this amount shall not ond o charter member of the Lutheran ; be returned to the bidder. Church of the Transfiguration. The Town Board reserves the rijzht Friends may call Tuesday and Wed-! to waive any informalities in or to neiday at the Burns-Hanna Funeral ' reject any or all bids. Home, 1795 Ridge Rd. E. between Goodman and Culver Rd., from 2-5 and 7-9 p.m. Services Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Lutheran Church of the Transfiguration (Culver and Avon-dale Rd.V Interment, Irondeauoit Ceme tery at the convenience of the family. Ruppenthal, Geonje J George Ruppenthal, aged 81 years, of 24 ' Immel St. suddenly Monday, March 22, ! 1965. He is survived bv tvs wife, Lillian ! Preiss Ruppenthal; one daughter, Mrs. Arthur rtrnihil U'.IA- rs u. ","'" """ ' ert Ruppenthal, Glen Dora, Calif.; Lt. Paul Ruppenthal ot San Antonio, Texas; JhLrlrrdlldrhe,n;.hSCVul orea!,oron() - ..' .'J'hr: H'nrv RuD.D"v Mrs p i,hl; u 1 1 u r ":yJay . UliMU JllfI UM Vt VI1IUP IU. : I Canada. . icmu3 miuy luii 'forn z-j ana t-y Fund of Trinity United Church of ' ,he, r'sht 0 'tve any (orma Ittt-s in Christ. Interment at the convenience of or 'V!'"' any or a" b,ds' or 10 ac;tpt the family. 1 bld- lly order of the dates Fire Com-(,. ivnt c I mission of the Gales lire District. nava, tramc r. i Daled. M,,r,h ,v m5 Frank Sava Sr., of 15 Rltt Avenue.! ROLAND J. Bl'RSON, Buffalo, N.Y., March 22, 1965. Beloved Secretary husband of Ann C. (nee Russo); father! Gates Fire Commission. of Frank Jr., Richard A., Anthony and rjJ .1 "4 It Phyllis Sava; grandfather of Frank 1 III; brother of Dominic, Peter, Joseph, Samuel, Albert, Minnie, Mrs. Louis AmonneVllcrreiraoches,er' ""' NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Friends are Invited to call at the Notice to Contractors: Stale Depart-Giombrone Funeral Home Inc., 909 ment of Public Works. Albany. N.Y. West Ave., corner of W. Ferry St., 1 Pursuant to the provisions of the Hii'h-Buffalo, where the funeral will be av 1 aw. sealed proposals will be re-held Friday at 8:15 a.m. and at St ceived until trn-thirty o'clock A.M.. Paul s Church at 9:15. wers grate fully declined, to 10 p m. Visiting hours II a.m. ; Sims, Maurice A. Maurice A. Sims of 257 Park Ave., Tuesday, March 23, 1965. He is sur. vived by his wife, Edith G. Sims; two doughters, Mrs. Chester (Janet) Coslain ! Can.,1 Terminal. Rochester 1, New Harry of Rochester, Mrs. Pearl (Selma) j York. Contract No., LD 65-11. Tvpe, Guggenheim of Bethesdo, Maryland; one l andscape Improvement. Name of Hivh-son, Laird Haase. of Rochester; fourwav anj Mji,,, Various State Hitthwavs grandchildren. Friends may call at the Nusbaum Funeral Home, Inc., 658 Main St. East, Wednesday evening, from 7-8 p.m. Funeral services will be held Thursday afternoon at 1 p.m. Interment, Mt. Hope Cemetery. Friends wishing mny contribute to their favorite charities. Following the funeral, the family will be ol 257 Park Ave. Siverd, Charles E. Mar. 22, 1965, Charles E. Siverd of 16 Public Law 627, the minimum wapes to Veness Ave. Surviving are his wife, ne naid laborers and mechanics are in-Isobel (Bettv) Siverd; one son. Law-! eluded in wace schedules that are set rence Siverd of Austin, Texas; four out in Ihe bid proposal, grandchildren. He was a Veteran of Maps, plans, specifications and pro- Wnrld War I. Friends may call 2 5; 7-9 0 m. ot the Charles L. Younglove Funeral Home Inc., 1511 Dewey Ave. Service Thursday 11 a.m. at the Lutheran Church of the Redeemer, 1549 Dewev Ave. Interment, White Haven Memorial Park. Smith, Colletta W. Monday, March 22, 1965, Colletta W, Smith, widow of the late Frank C. Smith of 1292 Portland Ave. She is survived bv five daughters. Miss Julia Smith, Mrs. Edmond (Virginia) Mitch- en, Mrs. James (Lorraine) Staub, Miss Ruth Smith and Mrs. Donald (June) ' -nkmann of Schenectady, N.Y.; two sons, Frank of Rochester and Robert Smith of San Francisco, Calif.; also seven grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. Friends may call Tuesday and Wednesday from 2-5 and 7 9 p m. ot the Hengstler-Menges Funeral Home, 293 Culver Rd. (near Ridge Rd. E.). Funeral services Thursday morning at 8:30 and 9 o'clock at St. Andrew's Church. Interment, Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. Stothard, John C. John C. Stothard of 656 Post Ave., Mar. 21, 1965. He Is survived by his wife, Margaret Stothard; two daughters, Mrs. Carl (Clarice) Winterroth ond Mrs. Adolph (Muriel) Kennis of Pittsford, one son, Charles Raymond Stothard; two brothers, Arthur Stothard ol Cleveland, Ohio and Frederick Stothard of Eno-land; four grandchildren; five greatgrandchildren. Friends may call ot Corbett Funerol Home, Inc., 109 Wpst Ave., Monday and Tuesday from 2-5 ond 7-9. Services Wednesday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock. Interment In Grove Place Cemetery. Trentman, Harry A. Harrv A. Trentman of 190 Highland Parkway, Tuesday, March 23, 1965. He Is survived bv his wife, Florence Trent-man; his brother, George H. Trentman; ond his niece, Mrs. LaVern (Ann) jonnson. Calling hours, Wednesday evening 79 ond Thursday afternoon ond evening 3-5 ond 7-9 at the John J. Curron F ineroi Home, 535 Oxford Street, (near, Monroe Avenue). Time ond announcement of funeral later. Uhjfe. Ada Mclntire Ada M. Whyte ot St. John's Home, Rochester, N.Y., Mar. 22. 1965 She is survived by two sons. John A. Whvte ot Honeoye Falls, N Y., and Leland M. Whvte ot Snyder, NY; one grandson; several nieces ond neohews She was a retired school teacher who taught Special Education classes ot No 3 and No. 27 Schools from i929 to 1945 Friends mav call at Crlsfieid Funeral Home, Gorhom, N.Y., Tuesday, 2-4 ond 7-9 p.m . where funeral services will be held Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment, Gorham Cemetery In lieu ot flowers friends mov con tribute to St, John's Home, 1262 South Ave. 1 i Democrat and Chronicla : ' Rochester, N. Y., HT Wed, March 24, '65 U Dralhs I Von Innfl Dens) Sunday, March 21, 1945. Dena Von Loon, of 15 Wisconsin St. She l survived by her husbond, John Von Loon; her daughter. Mrs. Donald (Dorothy) Hansen; two sons. Henry' A. ond John W. Van Loon; six grandchildren; her sister, Mrs. John Roeise; her brother, John Molhoek; two sisters ond 0 brother In Holland: severol nieces ond neohews. Friends may call ot Hedges Memorial Chapel, Inc.. 770 East Main St. ot Alexander, where a fun'"' service will be held Wednesday afternoon ot 2 0 clock. Interment, White Haven. Walter Hpnrv C " ,"vc' """J v' Henry C. Walker of 91 Clifford Ave. suddenly on March 22. 1965. Surviving; ire his sister, Mrs. Jessie McCombs; a niece. Mrs. Henry (Beatrice) Page; one grandniece and two grandnephews. Mr. Walker was a member of Unity Lodge No. 736. 1.0 O F., Mt Hope Encamo-mr-nt No 2. and Grand Canton John W. Stebbins No. 2. Melba Rebekoh Lod9 No. 332. Friends may call at the Edward H. Funeral Home, 1717 Portland Ave at Ridge Rd E. Tuesday evening 79. Wednesday 2-5 and 7-9. Funeral services Thursday oternoon at l.oO. Interment, Pittsford Cemetery Odd Fellows services Wednesday evening at 1:45. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS i c..i. .,!. hi,U will be received u ,L r, o.,..,a ,,r Henrietta, aainii ' v , . ... - II I-.,- as Commissioners tor the Henrietta rue Districts, at the time and place hereinafter stated, for (II General Construction, 2) Heating and Vcniiln'tiii. .1) Plumbing and (4) Electrical witk. VINCFMT HAGGEfT. Fire District Clerk, Henrietta Fire District, Town of Henrietta, New York. Bl-1,:4-lt. LEGAL NOTICE FIRE APPARATUS NOTICE TO ALL BIDDERS ianeous fire equipment will be r-ce.ved . ... . ' i inroun Saturday, April 111. at ! ,he ti: Fir Dlsuict Fjre Hi 25 l hl, Avenue ! 'The information' for bidders iih an 1 iifmied listtny of equipment hich mav ,lhf bid- mav he obtained at the atcs 1-is.rici House. 2355 C'htli Avenue. i tmmediiitelv. Suppliers may bid on the 'ull or any i ,u i t ,. ( ,, c; iv..,,:,, eastern siannard time, on the 15th day of April, 15. by Henry A. Cohen, , Director. Bureau of Contracts. Depart ment of Public Works, Admiimtrp'ion and Engineering Biiildine. 1220 Wash-inulon Avenue, State Campus, Albany 26, N.Y., for the followni? projects: MONROE COUNTY nrnarH P Porrv Diet Fnor Rurff Vicinity of Rochester. 9.40 Miles. Deposit for Plans. $5. Bid Deposit, $1,700. Dept. Est., $32,000. Any protects in this letting that are on the Federal Aid hijthway systems are subject to the provisions of Ihe "Federal Aid Hishway Act of 1956." being Public Law 627. 84th Congress, approved June 29, 1956. and are also subject to ! the applicable New York State statutes, j In compliance with the provisions of I Section 115 (Prevailing Rate of Waqe). Psal forms may be seen and io:ained at Ihe office of the State Department of Public Works. Bureau of Contracts, Albany, N.Y., and at the office ot the District Engineers noted above, and mav also be seen at the office of the Stare Department of Public Works, 270 Broadway. New York City. If the deposit is $10.00 or more, full refund for one copy of the plans and specifications will be maid to a bidder for the particular project. If such plans and specifications are returned in good condition within 30 days after the awjrd of the contract or after the rejection of the proposal. The successful bidiW is not required to return the copy of the plans and specifications in order to be entitled to such refund, Tf the deposit is $10.00 or more, partial refund will be made for the return of all nth-r copirs of plans and specifications in food condition within 30 days after the award of the contract or the re-lection of the proposal. Special attention of bidders Is called to "Information for Bidders" in the Public Works Specifications, award of 1 contract is subject to priorities and allocations under the TVf duction Act of 1950. as Amended, and all restilations issued thereunder. Proposal for each contract must be submitted in a separate sealed envelope with the name and number of the contract plainly endorsed on the outside of the envelope. Each proposal -nusr be accompanied by draft or certified check pavable to the order of tne "Su'e of .New York. Department of Public Works" for the sum a t-i.-ifi,- a in the advertisement and the proposal The retention and disposal of the kid deposit, the execution of the contract and bond shall conform to the piovisinns of the Hiirhway Law, as set forth in the Information for Bidders." Ihe riKht is reserved in m,r or all bids. J. BL'RCH McMORRW. or 1,1, , ,Supt- of Public Woil'-BC 324, 331, 47 3 1. i John II. Monuments Markers 508 Stiti St. LO 2-3820 1 "F10WFRS . . . fh PERFECT TRIBUTE S lakt Ave. 232-22554 free Parting PremlieiVW SS IftJW i

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