Democrat and Chronicle from Rochester, New York on January 19, 1978 · Page 46
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Democrat and Chronicle from Rochester, New York · Page 46

Rochester, New York
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Thursday, January 19, 1978
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ROCHESTER DEMOCRAT AND CHRONICLE Thursday. January 19. 1978 3B Rochester Philharmonic concert to mark theater reopening GENEVA - Clarinetist Joseph Berta will perform with the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra at reopening of the Geneva Theater on Seneca Street at 8:30 tonight. The 80-year-old theater closed Nov. 30, but a local group of citizens has secured an option to purchase the building and will have a reduced schedule of events there through the spring. The 5-month option, obtained by Geneva Concerts Inc., expires June 30. Volunteers have been preparing the theater for tonight's performance. Associate conductor Isaiah Jackson will conduct the Rochester Philharmonic. Berta is chairman of the Hobart and William Smith Colleges' music department and immediate past president of the Geneva concerts group. He also belongs to the steering committee working to save the theater building. Schumann Memorial Foundation to be on the foundation advisory council. June Dickinson of Conesus is president of the foundation, which is raising money to establish an artists' colony on Conesus Lake and to house the foundation's collection of materials by and concerning Robert and Clara Schumann and their contemporaries. A pupil of Arnold Schoenberg, Ser-kin has received doctorates from Curtis Institute of Music, Williams College, Temple. University, University of Vermont, Oberlin College, and the University of Rochester. He is president of Marlboro Music School and Festival in Vermont, a concert performer, and recipient of many music awards. Pianist on Schumann council Hospital medical staff elects Briefly CONESUS Famed pianist Rudolph Serkin has accepted an invitation of the board of .directors of the BATAVIA St. Jerome Hospital yesterday announced the election of Dr. Dominick A. Cultrara. a Batavia physician as president of its medical staff for 1978 and the reappointment of Dr. S. L. McLouth of Corfu to a sixth term as chief of staff. Dr. Cultrara succeeds Dr. Gary H. Jeffery. Vice president is Dr. S. Paul Dhanda. Dr. Ansar Ahmed is secretary-treasurer, succeeding Dhanda. New chiefs of services are Dr. Paul J. Maloney, cardiology; Dr. Abdul L. Rathor, medicine; Jeffery, ophthalmology; Dr. Brooks V. Klostermyer, radiology; Dr. Chong H. Wee, urology; Dr. Husseil A. Ismail, orthopedics, and Dr. Sadegh Danesh, vascular surgery. Genealogy class meets today BATAVIA The second and final in a free series of classes in basic genealogy for beginners is scheduled for 3 p.m. today in the Holland Land Office, 131 W. Main St. Area missionaries of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter- day Saints (Mormon) are conducting the meeting. Program for college returnees CANANDAIGUA A special program for persons thinking about returning to school will be held at the Community College of the Finger Lakes from 9 to noon Saturday. The program will include a panel discussion by continuing education students and the opportunity to consult with the college's faculty and admissions, financial and academic counseling staff. The program was planned for last Saturday but was postponed because of poor weather. ; Keuka pool schedule listed PENN YAN - During all the snow yesterday Keuka College officials took time to think about swimming. They announced the schedule for use of the pool at the Weed Physical Arts Center. Open swims will be from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Fridays and from 2 to 4 p.m. Sundays. Punch tickets, good for 10 swims, can be purchased at the student affairs office, the college business office or at the pool. Children 12 or under must be accompanied by an adult for the swims. Hospital curtails visitors PENN YAN - Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hospital in Penn Yan has set limits on visitors to patients because of the amount of illness in the community. Kitty Wigsten, director of nursing, said only members of a patient's immediate family, and no one under ' the age of 14, will be permitted to visit. The ruling will be effective until further notice. Workshops on upholstering CANANDAIGUA A series of Wednesday workshops on upholstering will be held at the Farm and Home Center on North Main Street beginning Feb. 1 at 9:30 a.m. The classes, taught by Kay Carhsi of, Holcomb, will continue through March 8. Persons may register by contacting the home economics program staff at the Farm and Home Center. Skiers face forged ticket count NAPLES Two men were arrested on charges of using forged ski lift tickets at Bristol Mountain, State Trooper DX Vittum reported. The men, Douglas W. DeJohn, 18, of Hamburg, and Max N. Andrew; 18, of Hudson, Ohio,, are to appear in South Bristol Town Justice Court. IC PICK UP YOUR VISA9 AT SIBLEY'S BEFORE YOU HEAD FOR THE SUN SPOTS! 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