The Post-Standard from Syracuse, New York on November 2, 1963 · Page 21
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Syracuse, New York
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Saturday, November 2, 1963
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6 THE POST-STANDARD, Syracuse, N. Y., Saturday, November 2, 1963 Madison County ASCS Nominees' Slate Listed MORRISVILLE-The election of Agricultureal Stabilization and Conscrvatoin Committees for Madison County is now under way, according to Albert Fisher, chairman. Ballots will be mailed to all eligible voters on Tuesday. Ballots are to be mailed or returned to the County Office, Farm and Home Center, here Koennecke, and Paul Petreikis. DeRuyter: Carlton Briggs, Wendell Burdick, Cres Caihoun, Wendell Preston, David Warren, Clair Dorward, Richard Moyer, Dclmcr Wood, Howard Wood, Richard Wood. Eaton: Hubcr Cramphin, Jan Gips, Fay Groves, John Mi- gonis Jr., John Orth, Sterling Tayntor and Louis Woodcock. ·Fenner: James Burke, Kendell Cody, Archie McEvers, and must later than be postmarked not Nov. 15. Fisher anonunccd the following slates of nominees for the community committees: | David Shcpard, Henry Stoker and Calvin Wyss. Georgetown: Charles Chapin, Richard Dale, Francis Eaton, ! Albert Guldy. Carl Rasmussen, and Warern V/ilcox. ham and Lawrence Wedge. Lenox: Frank Bargabos, Roger Barott, Cole Bloss, John De- bruquo, Paul Hatch, Erwin Hertel, Wesley New, Cecil Percival, Leslie Robotham and Edward Wimmer. LENOX Sullivan * Muck: Brookfield: Lawrence Bald- 1 Hamilton: Darrel Eaton, Dav- win, Raymond Burdick, Grant id Ellis, Duane Marcellus, Don- D. Caihoun, Leo Johnson, Doug-jald Misch, Herbert Rhodes, las Rogers, David Ward and; Roland Usher. Robert Welch. · Lebanon: Jack Dale, Harold Cazcnovia: David Cook, John Flemming, Walter J a n t z c n , Curtis, Stanley Damon, Ivan James Jones, John Mayer, John Hirt, Edmund Holmes, WilfredJM u H i g a n , Robert Powell, Hunt, Harlon Jones, Albert" Charles Rodman, Kenneth Up- Leonard J. Argentine, Same Denesi Jr., Anthony Mascari, Joe Panebianco, John Patanc, James Sgroi, Angelo Sorbeilo, James J. Tornebene and Samuel (Sonney) Tornatore. Lincoln: Walter Calnan, Horace Case, Ernest Eddy, Durward Eisaman, David Goff, Eugene Hart, Bernard Moor.i Stephen W. Putman, DeWitt Smith and Wesley Tuller. Madison: John Anderson, William Bigelis, Curtis Bridge, Lawrence Davis, Norman Fuess, Ray C. Fuess, John L. Jordan, Charles Larry Sr., Forster Martin Sr., Paul Parker. N e l s o n : John Badertschcr, E n g e l b e r t Bastion, Howard Frisby, David Jones, Daniel B. Nichols, Charles Omans, Merle Pynn, Edward Ryan, and Stanley Wertfella. Oneida: Walter Blau, John Conley, John Dygert, Lester Erdige, Keith Johnson, Myron McCarthy, Robert Stewart and Arthur Wickens, Smithfield: William Dorrance, Clifford Howard, Vernon Richardson, Wayne Stoker, Robert Tayntor and Earl Wilkinson. Stockbridge: Ray Bump, Walt e r Engelbrecht, R a y G r e e n , Walter Howalett,. James Jacobs, R o b e r t Lamb, Lloyd Lyman, Fred W. Marshall, Tom Marshall and Myron Putman. Sullivan: Roy Bridenbecker, James C o n n e l l , Kenneth M. Marsh, J o s e p h Henry, James Hills, Donald Merriam and Stewart Park. The ballots will be tabulated AF Officials Attend Fete At Griffiss GRIFFISS AIR FORCE BASE --High-ranking Air Force Asso ciatiorj and Air Force officials attended the dedication ceremony of the Family Reception Center at Griffiss AFB Friday afternoon. Representing the Air Force Association were Jack B. Gross, Harris burg, Pa., chairman of the board; Brig. Gen. Vito J. Castellano, Armonk, N. Y., regional vice president; Nicholas Mammone, New York State wing commander; Joseph Torio and Richard Baynes, commander and vice commander of the Colin P. Kelly Squadron, Rome. The Air Force was represented by Maj. Gen. C. B. Root, commander, Rome Air Materiel *T -.n Area; Maj. Gen. James H. by the county committee Nov. 19 Wa , sh d e p u t y comma nder, beginning at 1 p.m. in the AbCb office. * Voting Machines Get New Locks WATERTOWN--City Manager Ronald G. Forbes Friday reported TO councilmen that a representative of the Automatic Voting Machine Co. has begun the c h a n g i n g of the locks of the lower cabinets of all 29 of the city's voting machines. The manager said the locks were being changed because of the vandalism last weekend in which keys to 13 of the machines were taken f r o m - t h e machines where they were stored in the Water Department pumphouse. Investigation by detectives is continuing and so far seven of the m i s s i n g keys have been found. The locks are being changed on all machines as a precaution. Eighth Air Force, Wcstover Air Force Base, Mass.; Brig Gen. Richard C. Neeley, commander, Sixth Air Division, Dow AFB, Maine, and other base officials. The Family Reception Center, constructed with funds donated by members of the local community under the sponsorship of the Colin P. Kelly Squadron, will be used by members of the SAC Alert crews and their families. rea MACHINE CUSTODIAN PETERBORO Custodians Service Recognition Awards are presented three RADC Flight Test Directorate civilians by its director, Lt. Col. Lawrence L. Browne Jr., left, of Thor Avenue, Griffiss AFB. Civilians, from left, are Frank J. Comito, 1144 Wetmore St, Utica, an experimental aircraft systems electrical foreman presented a $200 superior performance award; Douglas L. Mesle, 213 E. Hamilton St., Shcrrill, a stock control clerk, presented a 10-year service certificate; and Carmen R. Famolaro, 715 Wilbain Drive W., Utica, a radio radar repairer leader, presented a $150 superior performance award. Hope for Special Celebration Alexander J. Fiore, Republican candidate for mayor of Oneida, is shown with his family at their Earl Avenue home in ,Oneida. The children hope they will celebrate with their parents Tuesday night victory for their father in his bid for the Oneida mayoralty, Cathy is ready to prepare the pumpkin for a special harvest dinner, as her brother David and Mr. and Mrs. Fiore look on. Madison Square ontrols ested lor Oneida mar uiven orrisville ONEIDA Police C h i e f George A. Murphy and traffic supervisor Orrin Griggs, Friday released a report on traffic counts and diagrams for each intersection with traffic control lights. The report also listed changes required under a new traffic Commission order reguard- ing uniform traffic control for all municipalities. The report said the police officials were assisted by Jack Maloney, an engineer assigned by the Office of Local Assistance under the New York State Traffic Commission. Maloney marie certain recommendations governing the traffic control system, particulary at Madison Square. He cited a fixed time method similar to the one in service at present, or a pedestrian actuated signalization system with an automatic control system which would permit traffic proceeding south on Main iStreet to turn left into Madision Street, including safe- ety walk signals at that intersection. To place this traffic signal system in use will necessitate the synchronization of the new signal system with the.present state operated traffic lights on the Lenox Avenue, arterial. It will require the erection of steel poles,'new wiring, timing devices and the addition of two new half traffic lights at each intersection where traffic lights are not located, the report said. The report by Chief Murphy and Griggs said a study is being made as to the most economical way of meeting the pending requirements. This report is in complicancc with a request made by Mayor Williams, Murphy said, "To determine how traffic could be returned to Madison Street in a safe and orderly manner." The mayor has said he feels that removal of the present railroad tracks will change the traffic pattern to the advantage of the downtown business district, He said he wants to open Madison Street to southbound traffic off Main Street. The survey indicated the desire of a large percentage of the south bound motorists on Main Street to make a left turn into Madison Street, With the remox r al of the railroad tracks, the Schoolhiemer Road will also be closed, adding a large amount of traffic to Main Street, the report said. MORRISVILLE -- Dr. Robert Halliday, senior research pharmacist at Norwich Pharmaceutical Co., presented a seminar at the State University Agriculture and Technical Institute here this \veek. Dr. Halliday discussed the role of the pharmacist and laboratory technician in the drug industry. The seminar was attended by colle'ge faculty and others interested in this area of higher education. for voting machines in the Town of Smithfield will be Percival Hart and Ivan Gary. The announcement was made Friday by Otto Behr and Edwin Spaulcl- ing, election commissioners of Madison County. _ -- ^_^ CHURCH MEN'S CLUB ONEIDA--Glenn P. Caple, executive secretary of the Oneida Chamber of Commerce, will be the. guest speaker a,t the November meeting of the Presbyterian Men's Club of Oneida at Rubbish Pickup Ending Monday ADAMS--The last pickup of rubbish in the village will be Monday, according to Albert Peyton, village superintendent, Throughout the summer season, the village crew picks up rubbish if left at the curb in front of homes in the village. The service is being discontinued as of Nov. 4, due to advent of the winter season. Crews soon will be busy with snow removal. WATERTOWN -- The City of Watertown and Jefferson County got about as much rain on the first day of November as George £. Swayze t State Editor * Ceorge R. Carr t Ass* ONEIDA CAZ r cNOVJA NORWICH CANASTOTA NORWICH -- The best senior Perry Browne School was first float in the Halloween parade Thursday night was that of the Sigma Beta Tri, with the Norwich girls Hi-Y a close second. Kappa Delta Phi was third. In the junior float group, atns ROBERT F. JACOBS CANASTOTA Robert F. 6:30 p.m. Tuesday in First the area did all of October, « 4 . . *-. 1 t ·* * » » · \ The Newspapers Must Go Through KISSIMMEE, Fla. (ffl--The papers must be delivered. Jim Johnson, a Negro in hJs 70s, took over his wife Carrie's Orlando Sentinel route when she had to be hospitalized. He delivered her entire route which covers 17 miles mostly over dirt streets, before it was learned that he had walked the distance. He does not drive and he wanted to be sure her customers had t h e i r papers. School Appoints Two Syracusans WATERTOWN--Robert Dermody and two Constantine Marcoccia of Syracuse have been appointed to "the Board of Advisors at the Watertown School of Presbyterian Church. His topic will be "What's in a Name?" WOMEN OF MOOSE ONEIDA--A formal meeting of Women of the Moose will be at 4 p.m. Sunday. Enrollment of candidates in honor of Mrs. Edith Saamer will take place. Mrs. Saamer is junior graduate regent. A smorgasbord will be served following the open meeting. Commerce. Dermody is a partner in the C.P.A. firm of Dermody, Burke, and Brown. He is a graduate of LeMoyne College and -holds an M.B.A. degree from Syracuse University. Dermody presently serves on the Board of Regents of LeMoyne College and is treasurer of the Onondaga County Red Cross Chapter. He is a former 12th Ward chairman. Marcoccia is presently a teacher at the East Syracuse High School. He received his bachelor's and master's degrees from Oswego State College for Teachers. Marcoccia, a past-president of the East Syracuse Teachers' Association, also served as president of the East Syracuse P.T.A, He is presently the Democratic candidate for supervisor in the Sixth Ward. College to Stage ·I v Sculpture Show CAZENOVIA -- A one-man show of sculpture by James McDermid will open with a re- cepption for the artist Sunday afternoon at Cazenovia College. McDermind, an instructor of sculpture at the Munson-Williams-Proctor School of Art at Utica since 1968, will exhibit 14 pieces of sculpture Jn metal, wood and stone done by him during the last three years, including many executed earlier this year. The exhibit, open to the public at no cost, .daily from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. until Nov. 20, is part of a 10-month-long series of art shows at the two-year, private, liberal arts college for women. Sunday's reception will be from 3 to 5 p.m. in the main lounge of the Coleman Student Union on Seminary Street. Woman Injured In Car Crash weather officials reported Friday. For October,' the total of three measureable rain came to .42 of an inch. Another .03 of an inch o fthe rainfall, that began at 9:30 p.m. Thursday and extended til Friday afternoon, was credited to October, to bring the total for the month to .45 of an inch. After midnight Thursday, rainfall totaled .44 of an inch, to almost equal the total for October, according to James A. Tuttle, chemist at the city's water department filtration plant. most for any 24-hour period in The rain Friday marked the 58 days. Weathermen, meanwhile, predicted snow flurreis for Saturday, with strong winds and a high temperature of 53 degrees. Blaze House and Hay V* * ^- f m. . J A M 1 T* J"* ·" * 1 * *^ *^ ** J; IrC ui Unviv,- MADISON -- termined origin early Friday morning leveled a house here that had been used to store hay. The house, owned by Roger Stedman, Route 20, Madison, burned to the ground and was well beyond control before it was discovered by Sheriff's Deputies Gay Walters, of Madison and Fred Sheets of Bouckvillc shortly after 2 a.m. The unused house was on the Jones Road, about a mile and a half south of here. Firemen said 150 bales of hay stored in the house was also lost. Loss was estimated at about $500. Stedman said. *· i *·-* Senior Thespians Carthage Central School's senior class will present "The Diary of Anne Frank" Saturday evening, in the Junior-Senior High School auditorium. The cast includes, from left; James Burdiefc, Helen Overton, CHITTENANGO -- A Chittenango woman was injured in a one-car accident near here early Friday. Treated for possible head injuries and a severe laceration of the head was the driver, Mrs. Joyce M. Rossignol, 29, of Chittenango Trailer Courts. State police said she was driving north on East Lake Road, about a mile south of here when the vehicle skidded on wet pavement, went across the highway and .struck a tree, Mrs, Rossignol was taken to the office of Dr. Gareth West, Chittcnango, for treatment. Trooprrs C. "R. Dati'kins and David Gerbracht, Morrisville state police, said the car was extensively damaged. Sherril! Couple To Be Honored SHERRILL -- Mr. and Mrs. Kioyd Wright of 222 Kinsley Si. will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary Saturday. Wright, a former employe of Oneida Ltd., retired in 1959 after 44 years service. Mr. and Mrs. Wright will be entertained at a family dinner Sunday at the Beeches in Rome. Jacobs, 73, died Thursday night at his home at Lenox Furnace Canatota RD 1, following a long illness. Mr. Jacobs was born in Vernon July 27, 1890, the son o f Henry and Mary Fish Jacobs, He married Ellen Parkhurst at Wampsville Nov. 22, 1914, and for about 10 years following his marriage he managed the R. J. Fish feed-mill at Lenox Furnace. Following that he operated a farm until a few years ago when he retired. He was a member of Canas- tola Lodge, 231, FAM, Loyai Order of Moose, Oneida, and a charter member of the Wampsville Volunteer Fire Department. Surviving besides his wife arc a daughter, Mrs. Floyd Hewitt of Lenox Furnace: two brothers Clinton and Barton Jacobs of Vernon: a step sister, Mrs. Lewis Nicholason of Syracuse; and several nieces and nephews, Services will be at 2:30 p.m. Sunday at the Newberry Fu- uneral Home, 317 S. Peterboro St., Canastota. the Rev. Keith J. Kissell, Clockvillc Methodist Church, officiating. Burial will be in Wampsville Cemetery. Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Saturday. Members of Lodge 231 will meet at 7:30 p.m. Saturday at the Funeral Home. GLENN W. BEMIS. 73 HUBBARDSVILLE--Glenn W. Bcmis, 73, of Hubbardsville, died Thursday in Hamilton Community Hospital after a long illness. Mr. Bemis was born in New Lisbon and was a farmer most of his life. He was a member of the East Hamilton Methodist Church, Odd F e l l o w s , Hubbardsville Fish and Game Club and the volunteer fire department. He is survived by his wife, the former Ruby Gage; two sons, Theodore of Hubbardsville and Frederick of Ontario, Canada: a daughter, Mrs. Kath- crinc Godfrey of Hubbardsville; a brother, Floyd of Eaton; four grandchildren, six great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. Services will at 2 p.m. Sunday at the Beecher Funeral Home, the Rev. Irving Hill officiating. Burial will be in Hubbardsville Cemetery. Friends may call from 7 to 9 p.m. Saturday. with the Cinderalla coach. The Norwich YMCA Leaders Club was second and the Gibson School third. The most unique group was made up of Chrissy, Beth and Peggy Hoy, who came as mice. The Echentile family garbed as a long caterpillar, came in for second prize and the costume taking the most preparation was entitled "Bandages and Spear. The wearer was identified only as Stone. The most original costume was entitled "Elephant" and consisted of Jo Ann Duff and Christine Smith. In the window painting contest, Pat Sullivan was first with her painting of the Carol Ann store window. Chris Miller was second with the Fishman store window. Karen Kinney and Michele Wiktorek were third with the Kroeger window. Lowville Youth Gets Invitation LOWVILLE -- Robert Thornas, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Thomas of Campbell Street, Lowville, has received an invitation from the New York Stale Division of Youth to participate in the Governor's Conference on Children and Youth. The conference will be held Nov. 14-15 in Albany. Robert, a senior at Lowville Academy and Central School, is one of three students from Lewis County who will attend the conference. Tamarack Club Elects Officers DURHAMVILLE -- The Tarn- arack Game Club has elected new officers. Ted Smith was renamed to serve as president. Elected to serye with him were vice president Richard Sullivan; secretary Ed Simson and Treasurer Jack Bucll. Directors elected for two years were Larry Howe and Al Pickard. Director for one year is Howard Orcutt. Noreen French, Clifford O'Donnell, JoAnn Hill in the title role, Patsy Flanigan, !#nn Bisha, John Burdick (seated), Judy Welts And Dale Smith, Brett Named Sales Manager WATERTOWN -- William Strt-' livan, general manager of radio ; station WOTT, announced Fri-| day appoinlment of .Tames E. ' Bret! as sales manager. | Breft wh* has served for the past f hrw years AS an ing awwtfrt rwwTrtite with sfaffcm, will ft*.wme lfc« new duties Area Weather ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^«gu^«m«^«^^^^dH| i^BB^H^BHHHPIH^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^'^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^'^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Windy and cold wllh snow flurries and squalls in Ihe area cast of Lake Ontario Saturday. Highs around 40. Appreciable snow cover likely in Oswego and Southern Jefferson counties. f ! THEWfRiUQNlD You Can Have LP-SAS 4-Wh«el Drive For cooking, water heating, refrigeration, clothes drying and heating For Prompt Installation Call-- LAST TIMES TOl)A* f Feature: 2:15, 7:00, 9:25 "Wonderful World of the Brothers Grimm" STARTS SUNDAY Pickup Chevy the iWiUh to IP-GAS CHAPMAN SERVICE KIRK DOUGLAS «T2I GAYNOR-616 YOUNG FOR LOVE OR MONEY TREUM ffinQK - AIRVEWMI OrttM* * * » * * * * i

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