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Syracuse, New York
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Wednesday, November 9, 1966
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· t DEATHS AUSTIN to Ttlftmk %)tt, MM., Wrt»h* Aurtin; t dauibttr, Mri. Jan* · e n c e; uven irandthildrm; thrvt K eibUfcrandchUdren. S e r v i c e * 1 p.ui, kUy it- tht'Hopktoi Finer Al Home, Ptxwnlx. th« Rev. Chtriert Ouderklrk of- ItcMing, Buciil In Phoenix Rural Cemetery* Frlendi inty call 2 to 4 and ,7 to I pirn. tonxrrow at the fvmtral hotne. TUNEfcAl HONE IJARRY Mrs, Ruth fieeland Barry. 397 Aatklale Ave,; Nov. k 19H, Survived by one ton* Ronald 8 e e U n d, her father, William Schmcichel; two liiteri, Mrs. William A r m s t r o n g , Mru. John Neary; one i r a u d d i t i g h t e r ; two rlccfs; two (rand*nephews. Funeral services . God* 3arti ft Crwdftll . VuneiM Home, 3111 James 3t. Friday 1:45 A.M* Bl e i s e d S«rainent Church, 10 ; 15 j A.M. Interment Atiuxnption Cemetery* F r i e n d s - may call Wed. 7 to I and .Thursday a to 4 ud 7 to · · . . ' * ' DAED-CR ANDALL CMAYLO · Lillian A/ Cnuylo, 2401 Midland Ave:, November 7, 19*3. She U survived by her' husband, MicbaeJ Cinaylo; a sfttcr, -Mrs. F r a n k l i n McCienihin; several n I e : c e i and 'nephews, 'Funerai services . will be- conducted Thursday at 11 A.M. at the John 0, Butler Punera! Hcire, 21M S. Sallna St., the .Rev, Albert An* dersoo officiating Intrrmrnt Cr'twood Friends may call Jit the fu ' neriil hcnie Wednesday 2 'o 4 and '7 to 9 ·P.M. JOHN G. BUTLER GOODEN Edith 'Edwards Goodrn, Nov. I, 1966, of * Mmrcellus, widow of Henry W. Gooden. Survived by * son; Loui* 'Goodea; * d a u g h t e r , Mrs, Austin Taylcr: elfht grandchildren, 25 Rrett-jcrwdchildrcn. Services 2 p,ra Friday Norris Funeral Home, Marcellu*. the Rev. Keith R. Shi- nwnan rfficiitinij. Burial Highland Cemetery, Friends may call 2 to 4 and 7 to J pjn. tomorrow, '_ \ NORRIS FUNERAL HOME GRIFFIN Mrs. Anna M. GrIHin of 1715 BeUnvuc Ave., November 1366. Survived by · daughter. Mrs. William J. McClaimra; · granddaughter, Mrs. James J, Rove . of Sodus, N.Y-: six greatgrandchildren; s e v e r a l nieces and nephew?. Funeral services Schumacher-Whelan Bros. Funeral Home T h u r s d a y 8:30 A.M. In Most Holy Rosary Church 9 A.M, Interment St. Agnes Cemetery. There will be no calling hours.: * ^ ,,»«. * SCITOMACHKR-WHEtAX BROS. KACKISON "T Harry L. Kacktson, RD 1, Pennellville. Nov. S, 1966, .Surviving are bis wife, Mrs A m a n d a -ttmone Kackison; cne son, Harry- Pay ackison; his aaotfccr, Mrs. Edith Kackison; one brother. Lyle K a c k i s o n; two ti teo*sons, Ralph and 3ame$ simone; several grandchilc'itn. Funeral services Fcidav 2 P.M. t ihe . Allanson-GlanviUe-Tappan F u n e r a l » I Mrs. Brown Dies at 84 Mrs. Mabel M, Brown, 84, of 4321 Onondaga Blvd., died yesterday In Community General Hospital. * - , . . ; . . ' ' Mrs. Brown was a native of H o r n e l l and resided,, in Watkins Glen for 25 years before moving to Syracuse in 1958. .She was a graduate of- the Hornell Training Class and a former, teacher in the Hornell school system. She was a f o r'm e r: member of the Watkins Glen M e t h o d i s t Church and a .member of its WSCS. She was a member of Taunton M e m o r i a l United Presbyterian Church, Her father, Alpenus Whithey was one of.'the original settlers in the Hornell area. Mrs. Brown is survived by a \ . . 1i THEPOST^STANDARD, November 9, 19W i * 43 ··toff** VJ. MNUWMM MMU* p ,' X '· l j '*r .*'. WEATHER FORECAST: Showers and show are 352? * e " : Occasional ihowers, mild today and tomorrow. Rain 'probability 70 per cent. ·" AIRPOHT STATION 12:00 p.m... 45 2:'M n.m. .. 58 2:00 a.m..·. 47 4:00 pSh.. .. 5« 4;00a.m.., 47 6;00p.m. .. 55 6;00 a.m..,48 8:00p.m. .. .W 8:00 a.m... 4910:00 p.m. .. 57 10:00 a.m.,; 5512:00 p.m. ;. 57 12:00 m.,;. 56 l .' Highest 58; lowest 45; average 52-; average · same date last year, : ,45; ·: average same date for 49 years,-44. Sun sets f * ' · ^ r . today, 4:47. Sun rises tomorrow, 6:50. Lamps lighted (ail vehicles) 5:17 p.m. OTHE» CITIES Mijfa and. low temperatures in 2Z cities g ^t ¥ Mr. Gordon Dies at 32 Three Publishers . \ To Attend SU Fete 9 m George Gordon, 32, of 718 OUsco. St., died Monday in Pittsfield General Hospital, I. PHtsfield, Mass. . ,: Born in Caughhawagh, Que., he-had been a Syracuse resident 15 years. He was a steeplejack" for the International Chimney Co. A veteran of the Korean Conflict, 1950 to 1956, he was a member of.. the Bricklayers Union of Buffalo. Surviving are "his wife, Mrs. Cynthia Sahguj Gordon; · a son, Keith Gordon; his mother, Mrs. Josephine D. Gordon; a brother, Gary Gordon; three sisters, Mrs. Valerie Lazore, n VK Atluta forecast'Wednesday-for the eastern two-thirds of SS the country,* except the coastal areas. It will be ?£! I i daughter Miss Dorothy 0. | warm( j r over m ostof the nation, except for the : S^S^feV?5£ I centraTsouth. (AP,Wirephoto Map): - Corners and several .nieces and nephews. Services will be at 1 .p.m. Friday "in the B. L. Bush Sons Funeral Home, 10 Genesee St., Camillus, the Key. Jerald M. Shave officiating. Burial will be in Glenwood Cemetery, Watkins Glen. · · Friends may call 7 to' 9 p.m. today and 2 to 4 and 1- to 9 p.m. tomorrow at the. funeral home. Denvtr Duluth Fort Worth XMI»M City .tat 21 17ISL Looi« S3 iTtSMttle 74 4t|Tacnp« M 41| Miami. BMCh 7» 70 m .~ r r\ · * n t. * i · j 69 siiNew-en-lean* 77.54 m Mrs. Darlene Gabriel, and 54 45|New York (6 48 $j W** Sharon Onrrinn 54 ^Philadelphia 60 « M }? S . s . naron .~° raon - «i « Phoenix 6s S3 1 Services at 8:30 a.m. 33 23 Pittsburgh 37 49 ?§ T?..{Ja« of «U~ r 1 ·.*.*» U n r f,, «4 M Portland. Me. 48 si 1,, * nday at me ureenleaf Fu^K.. ^ * . __^ . *i^t- · *. ^f^ · ( i ^t « · neral Home and at 9 a.m. m St. ^ucy's Church. Burial will be iff St. Mary's, Cemetery, DeWitt./ Friends may call 7 to 9-p.m. today, and 2 to 4 and 7'to 9 ,p.m. tomorrow at the funeral -home,-503 W. Onondaga St. ? 5 .63 45 39 g «i 66 m .67 Mrs. Ruth Barry Succumbs at 50 Mrs. Ruth Seeland Barry, 50, of 357 Ashdale Ave. died yesterday at her home after a long illness. A life resident of Syracuse, she was the widow of E- Ar- James.Speer officiating Interment Saudi ^ r R arrv cu e an( J ner nus _ TJIHTM rom*ti»rv Friends mav call at LI1U1 Daily, one miu ncx uua Services for MRS. BESSIE FLOYD.l.MEAKER, 79, of . GRAVES, 73,-"of Newport Onondaga Road, Town of Road, Warners, .who died Onondaga, died Monday at Monday in St. Joseph's Hospi-. State University Hospital after tal, will be at 10:30 a.m. to- . a long illness. Honie, 919 Main Phoenix, the Htv. cemetery. the funeral fcome Wednesday 7 to 9, Thursday 2 to 4 and 7 to 9. MEAKER Floyd J* Meaker, Onondapa Rd,* November 7, 1966; He is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Louis K, Mele, N. Syracuse, Mrs. Charles E. .Foster, Rochester; five f f n u i d c h i l d r e n : s e v e n t e e n great-enuidchUdren; Funeral services, Thursday 8=3G A.M., J. P. Burns Son Funeral Home, 652 W, Onond«a St. St. Michael's Church. 9 A.M. Burial'in Mary's Cemetery. Friends may call *t 652 W. Onondug* St., Wednesday, 7 to 9 FJM. MORAN Julius J. Moran, 77,- of Farlrh RD 2, November 7; 1566. Survived by his Mrs. Frederica O'Neill Moran;.one ton, Joseph Moran. Funeral services in the Barter Funeral Home, Parish, Thursday 9 A ja. and to St. Ann's Church, 9:30 AM. Interment F U a s'a n t Lawn Cemetery, Friends may call Wednesday 2 to 4 and 7*to 9 P,M. . HAKTER FUNERAL HOME POWERS Miss K a t h e r i n e M. Powers, 205 N. Townsend SU November 8, 1906. She is survived by four nephews, D. Kevin* P- Jerome, Patrick M*, and James P. Mc- C a r t h y ; four . nieces, -Miss' Nan McCarthy* Mrs. Bay Martin, Miss Carol McCarthy, Miss Eleanor McCarthy. Funeral s e r v i c e s Friday * P,M-, J*P. Burns- Son Funeral Home, 652 W. Onondaga -St., SL John the EfaBpellstJ Church, 8:45 A.M. Burial in St. Cemetery. Friends may call at 652 W. Onondaga St:. Wednesday 7 to 9 P.M, and Thursday 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 P.M. RICE ; Airman 2nd Class Francis t). Rice of 2635 Valley Dr., Oct. 28, 1966, Surviving are his m o t h e r , Mrs. Marguerite I*. Rice; brother* Robert I." Rice: sister, Miss 'Mary C. Rice: maternal fjrand- jnothcr, Mrs. F,J. MacLachlon; uncle Edward F. Rice. Sen-ices 10.30 A.M. Thursday in the Fairchild Meech Funeral C h a p e l and 11:00 A 4 M. in SL James CHurch. Friends may call at 500 W- Onondaga St. Wednesday 2 to 4 P.M. and 7 to 9 P.M. The Rosary will be said at 8 P.M, Wednesday, _ PAIRCHILD-MEECH _ WENZEL band were owners and operators of the Cobblestone Hotel in .Liverpool 14 years. They retired six years ago. - Mrs. Barry was formerly employed at Schraffts. She was a c o m m u n i c a n t of Blessed Sacrament Church. Sheas survived by a son, Ronald Seeland of Syracuse; her father, William Schmeichel of Dunedin, Fla.; two sisters, Mrs. William Armstrong of Syracuse and Mrs. N John Neary of Rochester; one granddaughter, two nieces and two grandnephews. Services will be at 9:45 a.m. Friday at Goddard and Crandall Funeral Home. A solemn high requiem Mass will be celebrated at .10:15 a.m. at Blessed Sacrament Church. Burial will be in Assumption Cemetery. Friends may call 7 to 9 p.m. today and 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. tomorrow at the funeral home, 3111 James St. morrow at the B. L. Bush L t ' Sons Funeral Home, 'Camillus, the Rev. Howard K Buies officiating. Burial will be in Greenlawn Memorial Park,, ^ Warners. · - Born i n M i s s o u r i , Mrs. Graves lived in Warners seven years. Surviving are two sons,Ralph Hollenback of West Monroe and Chester Hollenback of Tujunga, Calif.; five daughters, Mrs. Vera Woodward of. Warners, Mrs. Doris Young of Adams Center, Mrs. Leonard Egbert of Syracuse, Mrs. Shirley Graves of Warners and Mrs. Myron Snider of Sulpula, Okla.; two sisters, Mrs. Leon Carson of Atlanta, Ind., and Mrs. Erwin Miller of Indianapolis, Ind.; 26 grandchildren. A life resident, of Syracuse, he was a former employe of the H. H. Franklin Manufacturing Co. and Syracuse Ornamental Co. before his retirement several years ago. He is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Louis R. Mele of North Syracuse and Mrs. Charles E. Foster of Rochester, five grandchildren and 17 great-grandchildren. P Services will be at 8:30 a.m. tomorrow, at J. P. Burns and Son Funeral Home and 9 a.m. in St. Michael's Church where a high requiem Mass will be celebrated. Burial will be in St. Mary's Cemetery. Friends may call 7 to 9 p.m. today at the funeral home, 652 W. Onondaga St. · Mrs. Good en . · f Dies at 99 Mrs. · Edith Edwards Gooden, 99, of Dublin Road, Marcellus, died yesterday after a long illness. ' A native of England, she lived in Marcellus for the past 75 years. She was the widow of Henry W. Gooden. . Surviving are a son, Louis Gooden; a. daughter, Mrs. Austin' Taylor of Marcellus; eight grandchildren and twenty-five great-grandchildren. Services will be 2 p.m. Friday at the Norris Funeral Home, Marcellus, the Rev. Keith R. Shinaman officiating. Burial will be in Highland Cemetery. , Friends may call 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. tomorrow at the funeral home 33 North St., Marcellus. J. Wcnzel, 273 BrlRRS S'.., Nov. 7, 1966. Survived by a dauRhtsr. Mrs. Mae Rogers: two sons. William F. and Carl A, Wenzel; two sisters, Mrs. Rose Gieselmau and Mrs. Elizabeth H o a t h r e e grandchildren; three grandchildren: several nieces p'nd ne- ·phews. Funeral services at' the Frasif-r F u n e r a l Home, 1217 N. Saliaa Thursday II A.M. the Rev. John Perl cfficiating. Interment Liverpool Came tsry. Friends may call Wednesday 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 "P.M. FRASIER FUNERAL HOME, INC. WILLIAMS Florence A. Williams, age 72, of 209 Warner Ave., Nov. 7, 1966. She U sur vived by her husband, Basil M. liams; a nephew. Earl R. Vibbard; several cousins. Funeral services will be conducted at the John G. Butler Funeral Home* 2104 S. Salina St, Thursday 9, Rev. Albert W, Anderson officiat ing. Interment Greenlawn M e m o r i a l Park Cemetery, Warners, N. Y, Friends mar call »t the funeral home Wednes day 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. JOHN G. BUTLER FUNERAL DIRECTORS BALLWEGLUNSFORD FUNERAL HOME, INC. 1612 S. SALINA HO9-2504 J.P. BURNS SON, inc. 652 WEST ONONDAGA ST, _ Phone 475*5628 _ . JOHN G. BJLJTLER FUNERAL HOME H04 South Sallna St. GR3-8189 Callahon-Honley-Mooney Funeral Home 101 Milton Ave. H08-6111 Carter Funeral Home, Inc. IBM Grant Blvd. GR4-1427 Fairchild Meech, Inc. FUNERAL CHAPEL H» W. Onongaga St. GR.5-SHH Garfield Funeral Home, Inc. KICHARD.M. GARFIEJD SIS Westcott St. GR4-534J GANG ' MEMORIAL CHAPEL 104 Fordham Rd. HO3-6161 Greenleaf Funeral Home;10 * · 803 W. ONONDAGA ST. H. H. ORESNLEAF JR.. LIC. UOR. DONALD W. KNIGHT Court 'St. · HA2-2534 Maurer Funeral 1 Home 157-0770 300 Second St.. L'pooJ. 422-1167 NORRIS FUNERAL HOME. MARCEIXUS 33'-NORTH- ST. OR92011 PIRRO SONS, »4 Turtle St. Inc. HA2-2417 Schumacher- Whelan Bros. PtmERAL HOME ·· !66 W. OnondftKt St GR5.1787 - JOHN C T1NDALL FUNERAL HOME 1921 W. GENBSEE HOt-5521 VAN DUSEN Frasier Fmral nOUMf EL I Cl% Funeral Horn Miss Mesuse Dies; Was Nurse Word has been received of the death of Miss Frances Me- suse, former nursing supervisor at Memorial Hospital, Oct. 23 while she was traveling in Mexico. Miss Mesuse was a resident of McKinney, Tex. She was a graduate , of Bellevue Hospital's School of Nursing in New York City. · . She is survived by a brother and two nieces, all of Cleveland, Ohio. GEORGE SPARKS JR., 34, of 1043 S. Townsend St., died Friends may call 3 to 4 and yes t e rday in Syracuse Memo- 7 to 9 p.m. today at the funer- . , T , .. , " tl t . .,, al home m * Hospital-after a short illness. . Born in Chicago, -he was a Syracuse resident for 16 years. , Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Margaret Eure Sparks; three daughters, Miss Maura, Vivian, Vanessa Sparks; three sons, George in, Robert, and Anthony Sparks; two sisters, Mrs. Norma Robinson and Miss Marva Sparks; a brother, Charles Sparks; an aunt, Mrs. Tessie McClellan; an uncle, David 'McCIellan of Memphis, Tenn. · Services will be 1:30 p.m. Saturday in Gospel Temple Church, the Rev. Hyrd Seals Sr. officiating. Burial will'be in Oakwood Cemetery. Friends may call 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. today and tomorrow at the J. B. Dorsey Funeral Home, 1121 E. Genesee St. Car Victim t /f · / Fair MRS. ELLA D W Y E R RYAN, widow of Thomas E. Ryan, died yesterday at Loretto Rest after a long illness. A native of Syracuse, Mrs. Ryan was a former secretary in the Syracuse Parks Department. She was a member of the Altar and Rosary Society of St. Anthony of Padua Church. Surviving are a brother, George T. Dwyer of Depue, II]., and several nieces and nephews, Services will be at 8:30 a.m.- Friday at the Edward F. Gaynor Funeral Home, 119 South Ave. and at 9 aim. in St. Anthony of Padua Church, where a solemn high Mass of requiem will be celebrated. Burial will be in St. Agnes Cemetery. Friends may call 7 to 3. p.m. today and 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. tomorrow at the funeral home. : Services for MRS. LILLIAN A. CMAYLO of 2401 Midland Ave. who died Monday at Community-General Hospital after a long illness, will be at 11 a.m. tomorrow at John.G. Butler Funeral Home, 2104 S. Salina St. Burial will be in Oakwood Cemetery. - ' Mrs. Cmaylo was a life resident of Syracuse. She is survived by her husband, Michael Cmaylo, a sister, Mrs. Franklin McClenthan, and several nieces and nephews. Friends may call 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. today at the funeral home.. FUNERAL DIRECTORS EDW. J. WALSH SON 38 SOUJVAN ST. CAVENOVIA OL5-8601 MUNUM1CNTS SWEET-WQODS MEMORIAL CO, 695-3376 Oper, 7 days. Eves, by ant. l, n ,,r.- 1316 MAIN ST. · PHOENIX. N.Y. "OUrS. ANNA GRIFFIN of a member of its Altar and Ro- 1715 Bellevue* Ave. died yesterday at Draper-Snyder Nursing Home after a long illuess. A life resident of Syracuse, she was 'a communicant of Most Holy Rosary Church and sary Society. She is survived by a daughter, Mrs. William J. McClarnon; a granddaughter, Mrs. James J. Howe; six greatgrandchildren and seven nieces and nephews. Services will be_ at 8: 30 a.m. tomorrow at Schumacher- Whalen Bros. Funeral Home, 366 W. Onondaga St., and at 9 a.m. in Most Holy Rosary Church where a requiem high Mass 'will 'be celebrated. Burial will be in St. Agnes Cemetery. There will be no calling t Col. Bcrott Listed Killed Lt. Col. William C. Barott, husband of Mrs. Patricia Barott, 212 Homewood Drive, Fayetteville, has been listed by the Defense Department, as killed in action in Viet Nam. Barolt was one of two men who previously had been listed as missing in action. ^^ ALEXANDER FLORCZYK of 1502 Biirnet Ave. died yesterday at Grouse-Irving Hospital after a short illness. .Born in.Poland, he.has been a Syracuse resident 55 years'. He was a communicant of transfiguration Church and a member of the St. Stanislawa Society 419. He . retired six years ago from Killian Manufacturing Co. Surviving are three daughters, Mrs. William Smith, Mrs. Betty Rogan and" Mrs. -Leo Hanrahan; five sons, Stanley, Edward, Peter, Alexander and Zygmunt Florczyk; a sister in Poland; 13 grand- c h i l d r e n and 15 great- grandchildren. Services will be at 8:30 a.m. Friday at the Edward Wrobel Funeral Home and 9 a.m. in Transfiguration Church where a solemn high Mass of requiem will be celebrated. Friends-may call 7 to 9 p.m. today and 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. tomorrow at the funeral home, 860 Park Ave. MISS K A T H E R I N E M. POWERS of 205 N. Townsend St. died yesterday at Crouse- Irving Hospital after a short illness. A life resident of SjTacuse, she was employed in the bur- School, 2709 Court St" sher- sar's office at Syracuse Psy- iff's deputies said. ' - chiatric Hospital before her retirement 10 years ago. She was a'former officer in the New York State Civil Service Employes Association and a member of the Women's Club of St. John the Evangelist Church. She is survived by four nephews, D. Kevin, F,, Jerome, Patrick M. and James P. McCarthy, and four nieces, Mrs. Ray Martin and 'the Misses Nan, Carol and Eleanor McCarthy. Services will be at 8 a.m. Friday at J. P. Burns and Son Funeral Home and at 8:45 a:m. in St. John the' Evangelist Church where a solemn high requiem Mas$ will be celebrated. Burial will be in St. Agnes Cemetery. Friends may call 7 to 9 p.m. today and 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. tomorrow at the funeral home, 652 W. Onondaga St. Edward Ryan, 42, of 813 Coughlin Ave., suffered a fractured left leg and scalp cuts yesterday when he was struck by an automobile at 4:09 p.m. in front of the Lyncourt MED CENTER LECTURE LI. Col. Marcel E. Conrad, chief of the ' department of hematology at Walter Reed Army Medical Center, will lecture on infectious hepatitis at 12:30 p.m. today at the Upstate Medical Center. Taken by ambulance to Grouse-Irving Hospital, Fyan was reported in fair condition. Information regarding the driver of the .vehicle was not immediately available from the sheriff's department. * * * * t a * * i ^ _ r » · ' City Seeks Project Unit Syracuse public school officials revealed yesterday they have asked the National Education Asociation to select the district's team planning program as one of 50 demonstration projects for educational innovation in the country. The project is sponsored by the National Commission on Teacher E d u c a t i o n and Professional Standards of the NEA. Its- aim is to draw professional educators into the 50 "selected centers to look at worthwhile education projects to pool ideas. · : Aan answer to the Syracuse *% application, submitted to the Washington office of the NEA hte last week, is expected in the near future. flOWHOW TOWN! OF OHI' WSIM'S Li WHS ff/m/ 5TMSS EXTENDED i* ONE MORE »*· BIG WEEK m HUNTER PLAZA OVER 200 KINDS OF DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED CHEESE OF WORLD FAUOUS *** STICK Convenient, handy, time saving, too- thts personal directory comes free to you. · · · : " - ' · · " . . - · . · - . · · · Writt down often-called numbers in this handy little book and keep it by your phone. It also con* tains area code information, pages to list birth-, days, anniversaries and other occasions/Just cat) your telephone business office for your copy. LOOK IN THE PHONE BOOK - TO BE SUREI SOLD AT LfADIXG SHOWS AND FAIRS COAST TO COAST CHEESE BALL * FREE FREE . \ */£*·* SAUNA t FAYETTE ST. DOWNTOWN SYRACUSE OPEN DAILY TIL 9 ALSO SUNDAYS ., Three .of America's leading publishers-" whole combined ·· F magazines represent more than 43 'million circulation will ^ i be in Syracuse Sunday night. They are Henry R. Luce, editorial chairman of Time Inc.; Samuel I. NewHouse, publisher of Vogue, G l a m o u r , · Bride's, House and Garden p . « Provided t Supplemental. annuities, for long-service railroad workers i awarded annuities by the Hail- road Retirement' Board after June 1966 are provided by amendments to : the railroad retirement laws signed recently by President Johnson. * According to William R. Spence, m a n a g e r of the board's Syracuse district office, the legislation also provides,a 7. per cent increase in the monthly annuities of many beneficiaries on the board's rolls that is in line with 'last * year's increase in Social Security benefits. Other legislation .provides annuities tp surviving children from 18 to 21 years old who are attending school full time and ; makes other improvements. * Spence said the new benefits* and the increases in benefits will be paid by the board with: out any action on the part of the persons entitled to them. He urged all interested persons not to inquire or write about these benefits at this time. V The board expects, that most adjustments in benefit rates will be reflected in the Jan. 1, 1967 checks, Spence added. and Mademoiselle, and Wallace, owner' of the Read* er's Digest Association Inc.. publisher -of Reader's Digest magazine.." Luce willvbe awarded-tho Syracuse University Journal, ism School's Distinguished Service Medal at the school's 32nd annual dinner at Hotel Syracuse. Time Inc. is the world's largest publisher of magazines, including Time, Life, Sports -Illustrated; and Fortune. Other guests at the dinner, besides Newhouse and Wallace, will be. Robert E. Keh- yon Jr., executive vice presi- } dent of the Magazine Publisfi- ers Association; William K. Beard, former president of Associated Business Publications; and James R. Shepley, vice president of Time Inc. - '· LAMSON LUNCH » Carroll Hennessy, president of Lamson Corp., will address members of the Harvard Business School Club at a noon luncheon Nov. 16 in Lamson's Eastwood headquarters. A tour of the plant facilities will follow. + . ^~ * . ± ·* State Cites r Bus Safety The State Education Depari- ment has cited -Onondaga Ceii- tral School District for safety during the last year. i; .The safety citation -was awarded in recognition of development and administration of'a pupil transportation program with a perfect safety record--no transported pupils were injured during. the -196566 school year. School business manager Gordon Cameron presented the citation to . drivers and garage personnel in the newly completed school district bus maintenance center. They Did it Again Aqainst All Odds The odds say it shouldn't happen, but two cases were reported yesterday. Mrs. Carolyn Stagg of 125 Palmer Ave. was the 166th person to vote yesterday at the Merrick School. Officials said she also was the 166th person to vote there last year. And Maurice · Lee, Post- Standard City Hall reporter, was the 93rd voter in his district last year and again yes terday voted 93rd. ?+?· * t.,-'\ /* · .,. % SYRACUSE · FAIRMOUNT FAIR AND NOW AT SHOPP1NGTOWN '..Wi Eh * 1 - -·%*" ontrol JTtt i 42 sizes, 4 widths! · 4 revelations * deerskin casuals * » r ·i · Wonderfully comfortable, with deep shock- absorbing soles and buoyant Red Carpet · ' t · itiside. Otter? black or uniform white. * .Sizes 6-10 W, 5-11 M, 5-10 W, 5-9 WW, " BUDGET SHOES, · ^ .--· V AT ALL 3 STORES f DEYBROTHERS, Symcuse,;N. Y. 23202 J22212/9/66 Please send me the following Revelations Deerskin Casual Shoes at 1299.-Add2% N. Y. M/« tax, plus your local tax, ,' if any. 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