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jiday^ .April 21-, .1967 c T™' '" 'iip^ifC ©t C^Y@])ts,* I^IWiStf' *^ , •' - ' " NEWAR&, N.J. - Frank J. Nunlist,has been elected* chaU'- •n\an and chief executive off.cer and Adm. Albert G. Mumma '(USN ret.) president and chief oueraling officer of Worthing-(on Corporation, it was announced .by , Walther 'HT Fold-, mann on his retirement fromi - chairmanship of .the company. Nunlist had baan president of Worthington since 1962, and! .chief••• executive officer si'ice 1JW55. Adm. Mumma since 1964 > has been executive vice president, a position;'that will oiot be filled ;at this time. Nunlis,t, Adm; Mumma, and, Feldmann were ,r,e-eloeted .directors of the company at the annual stockholder, meeting, and Feldmann later was elected chairman of .the executive committee of the board. Adm. Mumma was also .elected a member of the executive committee. Feldmann, 69, told the meeting that he is "stepping .aside as an officer, confident ,t h a t the future of ,the company is in the capable hands of a strong management team." He had been president from 1957 to 1962, when he" was elected chairman and Nunlist was elected president. He also had been chief executive officer until turning over that post to Nunlist in what he described as his "first step, toward retirement by gradually"; reducing the pressures of day-,to-day business" affairs." Nunlist was sales vice president of the L.:J. Mueller Furnace ' 'Company, Milwaukee, when it was acquired by Worthington in 1954. TodayJt js a part of Worthington's air 'conditioning company. The 53-year - old Nunlist was promoted to group vice president of Worthington in 1958, and .became vice president for operations. and a director of the company in 19£0. Like Nunlist, Feldmann joined • Worthington Jn an executive capacity with a company that was acquired by Worthington. He vta-s president of Electric Machinery Manufacturing Company, Minneapolis, when it was acquired in 1944. In 1955 he b> came executive vice president of the * parent company and a year later was elected a director. MofliflerJun! •**' \ i h nW I/• (Events :Hstcd should ,b.e «rc- cqivcd .at least three days'.in advance ,o| date.)*. FRIDAY SPCA, Newberry Store, b»ke sale all clay. -2:,45 p.m., Youth Activities, , .Community JBldg^ ; DRi ROGER BLAISDELL Dr. Roger Blaisdell took members of the Wellsville Lions Club on a tiger hunt last night, describing an event that was a highlight of.his recent trip to India. Although Dr. Blaisdell was not successful in bagging .a trophy, Lewis Lefler, his traveling companion, did manage to shoot one of the elusive cats. Dr. Blaisdell illustrated' his talk with- colored slides taken on the trip, which also saw the two men visit such places as London, Rome, Bombay, Hong- kong. Tokyo, Honolulu, and San Francisco. The program was a part of the Tegular Lions Club monthly meeting at the Wellsv i 1! e Country Club, and was preceded by-'a dinner. Hospitals JONES MEMORIAL Census — Adults 60, Babies 3 Operations 3 Rocky Picked Over Lyndon By Pollster SYRACUSE, N. Y. (AP)—If a presidential election were held to'day, New York's Gov. Rockefeller could defeat President Johnson by a wide margin, a political pollster says. E. 'John Bucci of Swarlh- more, Pa.; head of an opinion research firm, says he bases his findings'", on "an independent poll of ' v the barometer state of Delaware." BuccH-disclosed the results of his findings Thursday in an address to a political science class at Le Mpyne College. He said the poll, completed this week, showed Rockefeller attracting 58.1 per cent-of the vote to 41.9 per cent for Johnson. In the last two presidential elections, Bucci said, Delaware has varied less than four-tenths of one per cent from the national trend. In a choice between Rockefeller or Johnson, Bucci said, Rockefeller was the selection of 75 per cent of the Republicans, while Johnson received only "a slim,majority vote-among Democrats." JHe said 25 per cent of the Democrats indicated that they would vote for Rockefeller, and a majority of those who consider themselves independent voters also- supported the Republi : can governor. Fifteen per cent declined to choose. Bucci did not reveal the number of persons sampled. Rockefeller consistently has maintained, however, that, under no circumstances would he be a candidate for the presid- epcy in 1968. He fyas said Mich'igan;,;G}py. : .George Romney. is the ffpntcunner for .the GOP nomination. Admissions 1 Nancy Murphy, Bolivar William Yehl, Proctor Terrace Mrs. Warren Davidson, RD 1 Glen Mott, RD 1 Discharges Mrs. Patrick Padden and daughter, Rochester Mrs. Luman Brandes, 269 S. Main. St. Mrs. Edward Waldon, 6 N. Broad St. Wesley Finnemore, RD 2 CUBA MEMORIAL • Admissions Robert- Lovell, Cuba Mrs. Frances Ames, Friend-, ship Discharges Stanley Cline, Almond Mrs. Evelyn Reynolds and son, Angelica George Elliott, -Cuba Births A son was born Thursday, April 20, to, David and Carol Phillips Lafferty of Houghton. BETIIESDA, HORNELL Admissions Mrs. -Nancy Harvey, Andover William Darker, Almond Mrs. Arlene Clark, Alfred Station Discharg.cs Mrs. Delores- Clarke, Andover Paul Westbrpok, Andover Jesse Wray, C.anaseraga* 10 a.m., .Distrjc.t Grange Talent .Show .contest Prince and: Princess .cornp.etitipn, Alle.n- .tojvn Elementary S,chpol. 2-4 p.m.. Youth Activities, Cpm,munity Bldg. 6:30 p.m., • Loyal' Order of Mloose, Moose Home, ins.t.alja- tion di,hne,r. . , 9- 12 p.m.,. Se/ijor Youth Council; Comnvunity Bldg., dance with "Mood" orchestra, admission 75 cents wi,th Council card, $1 without. MONDAY '•- 11:30'a.m., Allegany ,County Homemaker Service board of directors, Hospital Room 106. 2 p.m., I.C.S; Dancing Class, resumes. . 2 p.m., Royal Neighbors Juvenile Gamp, Community Bldg. 2 p.m., Monday Club, David A. Howe Lfbrary, closing session for season. 7 p.m., Men's Physical Fitness Class, H. S, Boys' ; gym. 7 .p.m., Red Cross First Aid Instruction, H. : S. Room 104. 7:30 p.m., Village Board, Municipal Bldg. 8 p.m., Wellsville Fire Auxiliary, .New Dyke Street Hose Bldg. 8 p.m., Women's Physical Fitness Class, H. S. Boys' gymn. 8-p.m., Mary, arid Marjha Circle, Methodist Church, white elephant sale. No One Injured In College Dorm Fire PAUL SMITHS, N. Y. '(AP) — Investigators sought the cause to'day of a fire that destroyed a men's dormitory Thursday, on the Paul Smith's College campus in this Adirondack community. No one was reported injured in the fire, which occurred 15 days after a Cornell University dormitory fire that killed nine. There -was no immediate damage estimate. Edward Thompson, a sophomore, apparently was the first to see the fire. He ran to call firemen, he said, when he saw flames shooting from a bedroom on the top floor of the, three- story frame structure; Most of the 40 students who were housed in -the dormitory were at lunch or in .class. Four volunteer fire companies fought the fire for two hours before it was under control. A spokesman for the junior college said the building dated back to -"the turn of the century." ' 3 Gars Involvef In North Main Crash * ,• Evelyn B. Po.well, RD 3, W,ellsvil,le, complained of a whiplash ;injury 'to 'her neck after the car she was driving was involved in an accident with ,two other vehicles >on North Main Street last, night. Investigating Officer Paul Bissell reported that her 1962 sedan and- a 1953 sedan driven by John K. flyslip, RD 1, Wells- vjlle, were stopped in a line of .traffic about 200 feet north of the -Stale Street intersection at 7:45' p.m. They were struck from the rear by a 1960 sedan driven by 'Richard J. Burdick, 3MJ Piper Place. All three vehicles .were headed south at the .time. , Noi summons was issued. Hiite,; 156 V >, Mq^CM^} ALBANY! N. Y. (AP> —Thfe state .administration'^ Lot* le"ry Division, will,,empl9y aboilit 150 persons, mos.t.,of ;them cAetfes but some as auditors, investigators and sales-promotion' personnel. } Norman Gallman, jassistant deputy tax commissioner, ailsp said Thursday that the divjsjot), which will overs.ee o^er'a^iori,,0f the state lottery, .temporarily would be housed in the Tjix'f'Btf • partment building at* ; the- ;S&a$e Campus office complex. - ' The $1 tickets will go >'0n s Sale in June, with the first-drawing in July. ; SET FOR .F/UN.-rr-In .anticipation of .their sp ring vacation and'"kite" time, youngsters in the Allentbwn Elementary School kindergarten, under the direction of Annette G. Potter,, teacher, la,st week .made their own kites- Showing theirs to classmates were Ijynri'Carlin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Carlin; Dixie Jandrew, daughter of 'Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jandrew and Karl Root, son of-Mr. and Mrs. Francis Root. (Reporter photo). . '. Spprfsme/7 Vote to Support Turkey Hunting Revision ALMA CHURCH NOTES ALMA — The Alma Evangelical United Brethren Church will hold morning worship at 10 a.m. Sunday, April 23, with special music . by Jhe adult choir. Edward L. Bean, pastor, will .speak on a text froin 1 John. - ' HOMEOWNER'S i 'Package' .of Projection A Homeowner's Policy hi-* surcs your home for $$£ premium ag£j,ns4 many .perils. BROWN & STOUT AGENCY, INC. Phone 593-4296 ART WINNERS The Monday Club presented additional awards to exhibitors in the recently held high school art show. Also receiving awards were David Gena, first;; Leslie Bunke, r second and Linda Jones, ,two, thirds. The Allegany County Federation, of Sportsmen's Clubs will submit '.a .proposal • which would permit ,'hun.ting turkeys with, rifle as well as shotgun to the resolutions committee of the New York State Conservation Council. r ' Meeting -Wednesday night at ,the Wellsville Rod and Gun Club, federation members approved -the measure by approximately, four . to one., with two .abstaining. The resolution regarding turkey hunting .was submitted- to/the federation for consideration by the Bolivar-Rich- biirg Sportsmen's Club.. The 33 .members present represented clubs of Alfred, Alma, Bfilmont, Bolivar - Richburg, Wellsyille and Whitesville. In other .business, the club voted ,to contribute $75 toward sending three Allegany County 4-H leaders to -Camp Arnot this summer, and -also to send three boys .to the conservation education Camp Rushford, near Rushford Lake. A v communication heard by club members concerned a new, free booklet, "Fish and Fishing in New York S,t.ate" which will •be available to the .public. The 40-page brochure will include the state Conservation Department's select oMhe state's 50 •best trout streams and a/list of 3000: remote Adirondack trout ponds stocked by airplane. It was noted the publication, which may be obtained by writing the Division of Conservation Education, S,tate Conservation Department, Albany, includes a complete listing by county of the state's streams, lake arid- species "• of fish contained in them. Members also heard a letter Jrom Assemblyman FranK^Walkley CR-iGastile) in which He stated he is in accord w}fh the feeling 'Of the federation concerning all gun bills submitted to the'legislature. ; A letter was read from Larry 'Nelson, f dis,trict .game biologist, •in which- he- requested persons spotting wild turkey to report the .sighting to ! the Olean office of the .state Conservation Department. . Member's .learned lists of the films available in the unit's Belmont film library are being 'prepared, to be. distributed to members at a later date. - .Harold Dash and^ William Hubertus of Wellsville will represent the " federation at .the spring, ^meeting ,pf the state Conservation Council, ; Saturday/. April' 22, in Utica. Dash is also, chairman of the council's game committee,"- which "' will meet Saturday, 'April'29;.in Syracuse. The session' was 1 conducted by JRresideixt .Kenneth .Dunbar of Bolivar. He requested member .clubs planning to build picnic tables for roadside rest areas in ithe. county, a continuing .federation project, to have ,ths items ready io set .ou,t by Memorial Day;'May 30: ' - .. ; . . Nexrmeeting will be held May 17 at the Independence Rod and Gun Club. MONDAY — Juice, chili con carne, hot sticky buns, applesauce and milk. TUESDAY — Hot soup, minced ham sandwich, fruit salad, celery sticks and milk. WEDNESD'Y ' — Sliced roast beef on kimmelwick,. chips, slaw, fruit and milk. THURSDAY — Tuan macaroni salad, buttered, carrots, bread and butter, fmit,and milk. FRIDAY — Round hoagie, potato salad, orange, cup cakes and milk. MARY AND MARTHA CIRCLE The Mary and Martha -Circle will meet -in :the Methodist Church Monday at 8 p;m ; when Mrs. Robert Cronk will present her favorite readings. A wjiite elepha.nl sale will also highlight the program; Refreshments will be served. '"TO the Chinese, _ 1967 is .the Year of .the Lamb. - FURWTUiRf REURHOtSTERING and REPAIRING Walter K.Hinman U7W. PearlSK Phone 59.3-1074 Roiis •; ';• In'- '••-, STOCK '5 FURMITURE MART Phone 593-3421 FREE ESTIMATES Before You Buy — See Us For a Buy" Wall-To^V/all CARPETING or RUGS Wool v . i Acrilon •'Nylon • Hcrculon ' • In-Door/Out-Door Expert Wall to Wall Installation Glass bottles and jars are largely made from a r porous, cpaque substance but are themselves nonporous and transparent. ROUND SQUARE Every Saturday Night 9 'til 1 by "THE PLOW BOYS" ^[embers and Guests White$ville American Legion The .138,000 ,peo,ple / of ,the Dutch isl'and of ^Curacao speak a language of their own called Papiametitp , 'plus English, Dutch, French and Spanish. FRESH Maple Syrup Steam Evaporated ' MAPLE SUGAR MAPLE CREAM Gift Boxes and Mailing Service Merritt Vossler , Niles Hill Road Phone 593-4188 BILLS! BltLS! BILLS! BILLS! START SPRING WITH A CLEAN SWEEP A Convenient Loan From Us Will Do Just That. Life, Accident and Health Insurance Available Hours: Monday • Thursday 9 - 5j Friday 9 - 8 pan. Closed Saturday Loans- to $800 — Up to 24 Months tq Pay. See: "Fran" Reesher PUBLIC LOAN Co. I 82 N. Main St. Phone 593-3777 Wellsville, N. Y. DAILY BUS SERVICE Between Buffah*-Wellsville, N. Convenient Schedules & Low Cost, Too, For Example, between Wellsville ancl! one way on* way Portageville $1.75 Warsaw $2.30^ : Perry 2.10 Wales Center.., ." 2.65 "'• 'Silver Springs 2.20 Buffalo 3.15 You can SAVE MONEY with a Round Trip Ticket *Connecting Bus Service in'Buffalo to All Points Fast, Economical PACKAGE EXPRESS Carried on All Trips For information Call Yoyr Local Agent or in Buffalo Call: 856-2700 GRAND ISLAND TRANSIT CORP. 200 Broadway, Buffalo, N.Y. 14204 PHONE: 853-3377 - 1Q,QOO sq ft 8,9S 5000 sq ft 4.95 ' authorized UeamtKm dealer N|W STORE WUBS: Mon.-Tues.-Thurs.-Sat.: 9:30 a.m. to 5:3&p.rq. We.d, 9:30 a.rfl. tp Napn- Fri, 9:30.g jn. to 9£Q,fc.m. CHIAVETTA Bros.