The Post-Standard from Syracuse, New York on November 9, 1976 · Page 34
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Lack Clues In Slaying ROME - 'Rome police reported no new leads Monday in the stabbing death of a Rome liquor store owner. Detective Francis Uhl, who is heading the investigation into the weekend killing of Stanley E. Gryziec, 59, of 608 S. James St., reported Monday that the descriptions of the two assailants, who handcuffed Gryziec's wife before binding and stabbing Gryziec, are vague since the two were wearing ski masks. Uhl said it is known only that both are male, one of average height and stocky build, the other tall and slim. The two assailants broke into the Gryziec home late Saturday night and made off with about $100 in cash, Uhl said. He said the couple's 6 - year - oid grandson was asleep upstairs during the break - in, and was unharmed. Gryziec's home is next door to the liquor store he has operated for 30 years, and police believe the two men were looking for liquor store revenues when they broke into Gryziec's house. ■ Anyone who was in the S. James Street area late Saturday night or early Sunday morning is requested to contact the police department. Auto Victim Rites Planned (See Story Page One) CANASTOTA - Services for Mrs. Enid Ruth Lewin, 29, of 210 Wilson Ave., who died Monday in a car - related accident, will be at 2 p.m. Thursday at the Schepp - Cre taro Funeral Home, the Rev. Ronald Hoffman officiating. Burial will be in Mount Pleasant Cemetery. Friends may call 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday and 2 to 4and 7 to 9 p.m. Wepnesday at the funeral home. Born in Norwich, Mrs. Lewin was the daughter of Harry and Margaret Whitacre Tilley, She married Theodore Lewin Jr. on April 3, 1971, Mrs. Lewin was a practical nurse at the Oneida City Hospital for the past eight years. She was a member of the Canastota firemen's auxiliary and Sisters of the Lamp. She was a graduate of the State University College at Morrisville. Surviving besides her parents and husband are a son, Theodore III; two daughters, Enid Marie and Jennifer Lynn, all at home; a brother, Allan Tilley of Smyrna; three sisters, Mrs. John Casler of Oneonta, Mrs. Francis Fleming of Smyrna and Mrs. Richard Weller of Lowville, and several nieces and nephews. SYRACUSE POST - STANDARD, Nov. 9, im "v., 7 - A Board Tables Motion On Public Bargaining By BOB MAZZJ50 Editor'i Note: The foUowiig it tae IffcSe^wtatriforUKM. umm the prttpects «f tkt mm athletic director postponement dir - 'Best of Luck' ; First Trust & Deposit Co. opened its owner of the property; Gary new drive - in office Monday at 1 - 7 LaLonde, manager of the bank's Au Dill St. Toasting the opening are, burn office, and George R. Lin from left, City Councilman Thomas demer, executive vice president. F. McGee, William A. Rondina, First Trust Drive - in Is Formally Opened me. Today's installment swimming team The schedule, released by Aid Henry Vetter, Is subject to change Swimming coach Dave Arthur will start his eighth year of coaching the Auburn finmen. The Maroon swimmers finished the 1975 - 76 season with a 6 - 6 league mark and were 8 - 9 overall. It was the first time Arthur's team failed to finish at least in second place since 1969. When the finmen begin their first practice, Arthur will have 27 candidates for the team, the largest number in four years. Thirteen will be lettermen, although mere is not a junior varsity team to i said he hop Arthur i will come out for the team, and added that they all will be given a good look. Only two team, freestylers Mike ] seniors. Arthur said he has the material to replace them. Arthur is pleased with a schedule that has Auburn opening Dec. 4 in the Finger Lakes relay, with the first luei meet , Dec, 15 when Christian Brothers Academy invades Auburn for a league fray. He said the Finger Lakes relay will give him an early opportunity to test his team against several others before league play gets cnder way. The Maroon coach feels that this will be a winning season. Arthur's swimmers will have to go against a five - team league made up of swimmers from 10 • Syracuse schools that combined for five entries. In addition, the Maroon finmen will meet most of the class A schools in Section III, including all of the Onondaga High School, League teams. AUBURN - First Trust & Deposit Co. opened its third Auburn area office with ceremonies Monday at its new drive - in branch 1 - 7 Dill St. The bank gave $1 to the Cayuga County United Fund for each customer at the office during the day. Councilman Thomas F. McGee, representing the city, and George R. Lin Sheriff Sessions Begin Today JJetails Activity AUBURN - Parents and guardians of Auburn High School pupils have been invited to participate in coffee hours, which will take place this week in the learning resource center at the high school. They said parents with last names from Farrell to Jetty should meet with William Huther at 9:15 a.m. Tuesday, Eckett to Herron with John Palmer at 9:15 a.m. 'on Wednesday and Evangeiista to Holzhauer with David Harter at 9:15 a.m. on Nov. 15. DEATHS DEATHS BURNETT DWYER Mrs, 'Clinton fThelma Houahtal - Thnm*« p nwvor ■ ingj Burnett of 206" Greenwood borne Dr., East Syracuse. Novem - i Pat , nett; a sister Mrs. Robert Yehle; two brothers Harold and Kenneth Houghtallng. Services Wednesday 11 a.m. at Dewitt Community Church, Rev. Alexander C Carmf - chel officiating. Burial White Chapel Memory Gardens, Friends may call at Garfield Funeral Home, Tuesday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Contributions may be made to the Thelma H. Burnett Memo - 1 Montgorr AL HOME, II sons Kevin J., Thomas M. and Brian K. Dwyer; two brothers John S. and Francis J. Dwyer; two grandchildren. Funeral services 9:30 a.m. Wednesday at the Cllne Funeral Home, 20* KInne St, East Syracuse; 10 a.m. in St Matthew's Church. Burial St. Mary's Cemetery, Dewitt. Friends may call at the funeral home Tuesday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. COLUCCI Mrs. Ida Colucci, 73 of 225 Pharis St., November 6, 1976. Survived by a son Joseph M. Colucci; a grand er o a.m. weanesaay trom tne Pirro and Sons Funeral Home and at 9 a.m. in St. Brigid and St. Joseph's Church. Burial Assumption Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home, 514 Tu (Corner of Spring St.] from 7 to 9 and Tuesday fr P1MOPAND SONS, INC. Mrs. Rita Goff Foisla, formerly of East Syracuse, Nov. 7, 1976. Survived by her husband, Lyle J, Fotsia; a daughter, Miss Rita Van Pem a son,, John^C; VanPejt^a several' steo children and several step grandchildren; uncles, aunts ana nieces, services ar me ueia - ney and Greabell Funeral Home, T b:ju a.m.; * a.m. m CALLAHAN^HANLEY - MOONEY Carter Funeral Home, Inc. Friends may call Tuesday 2 to 4 DELANEY AND GKtAttli GLEASON Thomas. E. Gleason, 51 of 1007 Tyson Place, November 6, 1976. Survived by two sons Lawrence and Thomas E., Jr.; two sisters Mrs. William Guckert and Mrs. Chester Czyz; a brother James J. Gleason; several nieces and J. Ryan and son, Inc. Funeral Home, 1628 W. Genesee St.; 10 a.m. in St. Brigid and St. Joseph's Church. Burial St. Mary's Cemetery, Dewitt. Friends may call at the funeral home Tuesday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. EDWARD J. RYAN * SON, INC. Delaney & Greabell i 437 - 3521 FAIRCHILD & MEECH FUNERAL CHAPEL, INC. FARONE & SON, INC. GANG MEMORIAL CHAPEL GARFIELD FUNERAL ! GAYNOR - MASLYN, Inc. GRANGER Mrs. Muriel M. Granger, 1509 S. Geddes St., November?, 1976. Survived by one son Millard S. Granger; a daughter Mrs. Clayton five great - grandchildren. Services at the Green leaf Funeral Home, - 503 w. Onondaga St., Wednesday 2 p.m., Rev. Dr. William B. George officiating. Interment Oakwood - Mornlngslde Cemetery. No calling hours. Contributions may be made to St. Paul's Cathedral Endowment Fund. MARCOTT Howard J. Marcott, 72, November 7, 1976. 121 Dearborn PI. Survived by his sister'Mrs. M.J. {Ruth) Dee; several nieces and nephews. Funeral services w;t| be Wednesday B:30 a.m. at the Carter Funeral nome; 9 a.m. in the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception. Interment St. James Cemetery, Carthage, N.Y. Friends may cad Tuesday 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. at the funeral home. AUBURN - The Cayuga County Sheriff's Department received and investigated a total of 579 complaints during October, according to a report released Monday by Sheriff Robert C. Sponable. The department made a total of 131 arrests during the month. It also investigated 74 motor vehicle accidents, handled,17 emergency blood runs, investigated 17 fires, escorted six funerals, issued 12 parking tickets, recovered a stolen vehicle and served 193 civil documents. Motor vehicle accidents, the sheriff reported, included 35 causing injury to 41 persons and 39 which were property damage accidents. Arrests made by the department include 67 under the vehicle and traffic law and 64 under the penal law, A total of 41 persons were fingerprinted for local, state and federal agencies, and 56 sheriff ID cards were issued. Six pistol permit applications were processed. demer, the bank's executive vice president, participated in the ribbon - cutting. Gary A. LaLonde, manager of the Auburn office, was master of ceremonies. Others attending were Assemblyman, L. S. Riford Jr., Andrew Fiermonte, president of the Chamber of Commerce; Michael Peduto, the chamber's executive director; Robert Ginnerty of the United Fund; William A. Rondina, property owner; Ernest L. Newsome, general manager of New Ric Construction Co.; John Critchley, an architect; A. J. and Louis Contiguglia, attorneys; Flavio Palombi, vice president of the bank's branch division; Robert B. Liddle, vice president of marketing for the bank, and Vincent P. Ruede, vice president of facilities planning. ■• The one - stop drive - in office has two auto lanes and was constructed of split faced block with vertical red cedar siding. The bank recently installed bank key electronic funds transfer terminals in Hislop's department store and three area P & C markets. The,bank also has offices at the Grant Avenue Plaza and at 110 Genesee St., downtown. It is a member of First Commercial Banks Inc., a $1.6 billion asset multibank holding company headquartered in Albany. Given 10 Days AUBURN - Miss Vicky Overstreet, 23, of 9 Holley St. was sentenced Monday to 10 days in the county jail. Miss Overstreet was charged with breach of the peace in connection with an incident Sunday on State Street. According to police, the woman was shouting obscene and abusive language. Police allege that when Miss Overstreet was taken to police headquarters she kicked and punched arresting officers, and later flooded her cell. Charges of resisting arrest and fourth degree criminal mischief were lodged against the woman. Miss Overstreet was allowed to plead to two reduced charges of breach of the peace. City Judge John Naskiewicz sentenced her to five days on each charge, to be served consecutively. The original charge of breach of the peace was adjourned in contemplation of In other cases, Brian O'Hora, 18, of 233 Genesee Gardens Apts. pleaded innocent to a charge of harassment. O'Hora was charged following an incident early Monday on Seward 'Avenue. Police said he used loud1 and abusive language. Judge Naskiewicz set bail at $500 cash, and adjourned the case to Friday. ENGINEER TO TALK AUBURN - The regular meeting of the Cayuga County Association of Villages will be at 7 p.m. Tuesday at Riordan's Restaurant. William Catto, county environmental health and sewer engineer, Big Turnout For Auburn Swim Squad By TIM ANDERSON AUBURN — A resolution to require that all contract negotiations between the Auburn School District and any bargaining agencies be conducted at public sessions was tabled at Monday night's meeting of the Board of Education. Peter Kachris, assistant superintendent of administration, told the board that the Auburn Teachers Association (ATA) contract specifically requires that initial contract negotiations be conducted in private. Should the board, pass the resolution, he said, it would be a violation of that contract. , However, Kachris said, it "would not be out of order for the board to go on record as approving of such a resolution." Board Member Roger Basha suggested that since John McCarthy, who submitted the resolution, was not present, the board should table the motion until the next session "out of courtesy to a fellow board member." McCarthy was unable to attend becausehe was stranded in Marcellus by the unexpected snowfall, according to Board President James Cranfield. Another McCarthy resolution requiring all applicants for employment by the school district to "identify their relationship, by blood or marriage,, to any administrator employed currently by the district," or to "incumbent board members" was also tabled. The resolution comes on the heels of some controversy in the district concerning alleged nepotism. In other action, the board approved payment of all school district bills for the month of October. The board also moved to a accept a bid of $1,920 by the Automatic Letter Service for the. purchase of new typewriters fro Auburn High School. On behalf of the board, Father James Enright congratulated the Auburn High School Model United Nations Club for winning the "Outstanding Individual Delegation" awared award at last weekend's Model United Nations. The event was conducted at Cayuga County Community College. ' The board approved a motion by Cranfield to move December's board meeting from Dec. 6 to Dec. 13, because "The 13th is the only date we can find for the board Christmas party." Cranfield reminded the board that a work session is scheduled for Nov. 15. Schools to Close Two Days AUBURN — All Cayuga County school districts, including the Auburn district, will be closed on Thursday and Friday in observance of the traditional Veterans' Day, according to Paul Haley, county superintendent of schools. ' GODDARD & CRANDALL pTiSS?M Funeral Home. 3111 James St. HO34320 J^^SiH 'i5^ Greenleaf Funeral Home Inc. . 503 W, JOHN C. TINDALL FUNERAL HOME. INC. 1921 W.« Genesee St. HOMKI JOHN G. BUTLER, INC. Marion McMahon and Mrs. Ger trude' Hoffman, both of Hyann/s and Mrs. Dorothy Nelson of Buzzards Bay, Mass. funeral services Thursday, November 11 at 10 a.m. Interment will follow in Oakland Grove Cemetery, Bourne, Mass. Visiting hours from 7 to 9 p.m. 4*nd7to9 457 - 0770. 300 Second St., Liverpool Norris Funeral Home, Inc. PIRRO & SONS, INC. HAYES MONUMENTS IORIO MONUMENTS Karl Lutz Monument Co. Welter Funeral Home, Inc. : gnj«n*&.,«Mw WHELAN BROS., INC. FUNERAL, HOME M W. Onowtap St., 471 - 5U1 — — — - ( : : : ^ JJJJJ^^JJ^^ Deaths J H ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ MRS. FILOMENA COLAVITO AUBURN - Mrs. Filomena Buffa Colavito, 93, of 220 Genesee St", died Monday at Mercy Rehabilitation Center after a brief illness. Private services will be conducted Wednesday by the Pettigrass Funeral Home. Burial will be in St. Joseph's Cemetery. There are no calling hours. Born in Italy, .Mrs. Colavito lived in Aubum for 70 years. She was a communicant of St. Francis Church. Surviving are two sons, Patrick of Seneca Falls and Samuel of Auburn; four daughters, Mrs. George (Betty) Vince, Mrs. Ernest (Angie) Conti, Mrs. Donald (Theresa) Bishop, and Mrs. Paul Hester, all of Aubum; 20 grandchildren; 37 great - grandchildren, and several nieces and nephews. She was the widow of Leonard Colavito. Great 'A - peeV Kathy Waller is happily holding her tinuous apple peel, 2,068 inches in engraved plaque and a gift certifi - length. It took her 11 V* hours to per - cate for setting a record for one con - form this feat. Peeler Outdoes Herself WOLCOTT - Kathy Wafler, a 17 - year old high school senior from Wolcott, recently broke her "world record" for the longest apple peel. Kathy cut a strip of peel from one Twenty - Ounce apple 2,068 inches, or 172.33 feet, well over half the length of a football field. The 1977 edition of the Guinness Book of Records lists the previous longest apple, peel as 155. feet, 1% inches. This record was set last year by Kathy at the Apple Days celebration at Long Ridge Mall in Rochester. Miss Wafler competed against her two brothers, Walter, 16,. and Paul, 14. Walter's entry was 1,031 inches long and Paul's peel measured 330.5 inches long. Working at a table surrounded by mall \\ shoppers, Miss Wafler displayed poise, patience, stamina and a steady hand as she scored the entire apple with her budding knife and then lifted the threadlike strip of apple peel from the apple. Eleven and a half hours of precise, concentrated work left the champion with tired eyes and a sore back. She had been practicing in odd moments' for about two weeks before the contest and says that her father gave her some useful tips. She advises future apple - peeling competitors to choose their contest apple1, carefully, as a fruit that is two mature becomes waxy and hard to hold, while the skin of an immature apple is tough and difficult to cut. JOSEPH F. HALBRITTER AUBURN - Joseph F. Halbritter Jr., 43, of 60 Stan dart Ave., died Sunday at Auburn Memorial Hospital, after apparently suffering a heart attack, v Services will be, at 8:30 a.m. Wednesday at Nicpon Funeral Home and at 9 a.m. in Holy Family Church. Burial will be in St. Joseph's Cemetery. Calling hours will be 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday at the funeral home, 225 State St. Vigil services will be at 8:45 p.m. Tuesday. A life resident of Auburn/ Mr. Halbritter was a communicant of Holy Family Church. He was a veteran of the Korean conflict and a member of the Mynderse Rice American Legion Post. Mr. Halbritter had been employed by Cervo's News. Surviving are his mother, Mrs. Mary Odrzwolski Halbritter; a brother, John E. of Auburn; several aunts, EDWARD CULBERT POTSDAM - Services for Edward Culbert, 54, of Savannah, a former Potsdam resident, who died Sunday at Strong Memorial Hospital, Rochester, will be at 10 a.m. Wednesday at the Colvin Funeral Home, Savannah. Burial will be in Rose Valley Cemetery, Savannah. Survivors are his wife, the former June Lavalley; two sons, Wayne and William, and two daughters, Carolyn and Marie, all of Savannah. Mr. Culbert was born in Potsdam, son of William and Anna Culbert Dec. 4, Finger Lakes relay at Hobart College; Dec. 8, * Acburn at Baldwinsville; Dec. 11, Central New York Cities League relays at Fowler; Dec. 15, Christian Brothers Academy; Dec. 17, at Watertown; Dec. 21, at Rome: Dec. 22, Henninger. Also, Jan. 5, at Corcoran; Jan. 7, Southern Cayuga; Jan. 12, Christian Brothers Academy, at Valley High School; Jan. 14, at Henninger; Jan. 19, Corcoran: Jan. 21, Cicero; Jan. 26, Watertown; Jan. 28, at Fulton; Feb. 2, at Henninger; Feb. 4, Rome; Feb. 12, CNYCL championships (site to be announced); Feb: 17, at Geneva; Feb. 23, Jamesviile - DeWitt; Feb. 25, Easterns; March ^ 4, 5 and 6, Section IH championships; March 11 to 13, state intersectional championships. Auburn Pupils Take Prize AUBURN - Auburn High School pupils won the award for - the most outstanding individual delegation at the 12th annual Model United Nations (U.N.) last weekend at Cayuga County Community College. Auburn competed with 58 delegations for the award, according to Robert Corriveau, a social studies teacher. He said Auburn represented Czechoslovakia in the competition, which included 500 pupils from Central and Western New York. Auburn pupils won first prize in the Binghamton model U - N. session in 1975, according to Corriveau. ' He said the Auburn group received an honorable mention award at the Harvard University model U.N. conference last year. Junior Chosen for Choir SENECA FALLS — Michele Vergamini, a junior at Mynderse Academy, has been chosen, to participate in the 1976 All - State choir. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Vergamini of E. Bayard Extension. Based upon a solo performance, she received an "A" rating in Grade VI music and was elected to the All State choir. She was among 270 selected from more than 1,500 auditioning students in New York State. On Our Famous... Rol - Latex Interior FLAT WALL PAINT \(M^m^JKSr tinted colors . Reg. EVERY 2ND GAL 78 FREE I IN MM* ft. 4TMHT

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