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   Syracuse Herald Journal (Newspaper) - October 20, 1955, Syracuse, New York                               SYRACUSE Octob'cr 1055 Political Calendar 1 Liberty Republican din- Hotel 7 p.m. Town of GOP Grange p.m. Young Ixepublican meet- Dcnison 8 p.m. Boy Who Swallowed IGIeason Screw Fights Life More People Buy Eyeglasses at G8TY OPTICIANS Because 9 EYES examined thoroughly GLASSES fitted correctly STYLES are modern SERVICE is dependable 1 to 24 Hrs. optical service No Appointment Necessary EASY CREDIT TEEMS BROKEN LENSES AND FRAMES REPLACED PROMPTLY v Open 9 AJVL to 6 P.M. Monday and Friday ftU N. Jl Riaboy. Ret Opt. J C. Womialr MTV OPTIC ANS Doctors will operate today on a three-and-a-half-year-old boy who is in critical in Grouse-Irving aftei complications set in when he swallowed a screw. Five days ago doctors oper- ated on Jeffrey son of L I Patrolman Robert and Mrs. of 322 Taft to dislodge the screw from his throat. Although the screw was still in the boy's he was on the road to recovery until last night Suffering from a blood disease which causes him to bleed Jeffrey took a turn for the worse when the wound in his throat failed to and rup- tured last night. Doctors frantically issued a call for his type A-RH last night and this morning. Many donors offered their blood. I L L Now that the problem oC bleeding has been doctors are confronted with the i complications caused by the rup- ture. Because of the opening in his or infec- tions have arisen in the chest area. Doctors will drain his chest to clear it of infections that could lead to death. JL1 Idl Mother's Little Helper Rosalie Gets Shock A DAY ON THE Postponed Of Her Youn9 Life OEKFKEY RANKIN E FAYETTE ST. S. W08 N. f I 3 SAUNA Opp. Wilsons 3-W92 t ANTICIPATED DIVIDEND _ UP TO FOR SYSTEMATIC BONUS SAVINGS m Accounts welcomed from partner- labor pension federal credit estates and trusts. Just run in lo our Wtirren St. office end.borrow en umbrella from No no obli- gation return it when convenient. Savings Insured to Federal Savings Loan Insurance Corp. AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF SYRACUSE MAIN OFFICE 330 S. WARREN ST. Mon. thru Friday 9-6 BRANCH OFFICE DEWITT 2 P.M.-8 P.M. Mon. thru Fri. 10 A.M.-5 P.M. on Saturday ADVERTISEMENT just can't start a liappy home without the long gleam and protection gives to your 'Close Pricing Policy' GLF Fiscal Year TIME TO WORRY. These part of the ex- hibit at the GLF meeting in the War ap- parently haven't seen a calendar lately. They didn't seem to be M'orrying this Thanksgiv- ing is about a month away. Jean Ward of Ith- aca is feedin corn to the birds. v The Cooperative Grange League Federation Exchange did a business for its fiscal ending last June but due to a pricing ended up with a decrease in its net earnings. This financial summary of the farm known as the GLF was reported to committeemen attending the first business session today of the organization's 35th annual stockholders meeting in the War Memorial. Charles E. federation reported net earnings of a drop of about from the 1954's total. low margin of net earn- he following a policy of narrow pricing because of the price squeeze on farmers of the North- Fourth Largest Gross volume of business was fourth largest in GLF history and the fourth The trial of a former account- ant of the Internal Revenue accused of conspiring to defraud the government while employed in the government's Albany tax was postponed for the second time this week today by Judge Stephen W. Brennan in U. S. District Court here. I I I L The case of James Gleason of Albany was set down for trial- at 10 a.m. Oct. by who excused a panel of jurors who had been waiting since yesterday to hear the case. a former deputy mar- shal in the Northern Judicial District of New failed to appear for his trial scheduled to start at 10 yesterday. Closed Session Gleason did appear late yes- terday afternoon after his at- Eugene Devine of Al- had conferred with Bren- nan end Assistant U. S. Attorney Charles government pro- in a closed session in the judge's chambers. who later withdrew from the also showed up arriving at the Federal Building at 11 a.m. U. S. officials and others con- nected with the case declined to say what caused the delay of Gleason and-his attorney. Leamy Appears A new development in the case today saw the appearance of former Assistant U.S. Attorney Robert J. Leamy of Oneonta in who is now represent- ing Gleason. Leamy said he was approached yesterday by telephone and noti- fied that Gleason's attorney had withdrawn from the case and that the former U.S. prosecutor would appear in court today to talk with the prose- cuting attorneys and Brennan about the case. Leamy said he was not familiar with Gleason's case and was by the for- mer U.S. tax man as his attor- pending a review of the case. L Gleason in charged .in an in- dictment with H. Harold West Palm con- spiracy to cancel or That special trip the kids needs the break of luncheon at the Coffee Shop. Special menus for the children plus the extra attention that means so much to WORLD OF WONDERS. Rosalie Reynolds cuddles up in a blanket in a chair at her home after suffering an electric shock. The cause of it a vacuum rests alongside the chair. consecutive year that the.dollar cause be canceled proposed volume has exceeded 000. Volume of tonnage business was slightly less than last year's record. The low net pykes additional tax assessments1' of the Albany lax office against residents at Catskill and Sauger- ties. convicted previously of also made .possible fed dis- extorting from two Cair pleaded guilty the Rosalie Reyn- of 1309 Midland got the shock of her young life shortly before noon today. Eager to help with the fall the curly-haired youngster took hold of the vacuum cleaner while standing on a register near her living room. She got an electric shock and went tumbling to the floor. Rosalie was more frightened than hurt. But not taking any her Mrs. Frank Reyn- called the fire department. Harvey Krick in ar- rived and after a brief check advised Mrs. Reynolds to have their physician examine Rosa- lie and get the vacuum taken care of. Mrs. Reynolds said she sum- moned firemen immediately because two years ago Rosa- lie swallowed half a bottle of baby aspirin. Waiting for she was almost an hour getting her daughter to a hos- pital. Rosalie could have died that I was so said Mrs. Reynolds. time I wasn't going to take HOTEL ONONDAGA V. f. Mng. Dk. SAVE XOUR fAONEtf at ONONDAGA SAVINGS CO NSTY IS OPEN UNTIL Rescue Squad with Fireman any counts to members totaling The federation's total on June amounted to W. J. told committeemen. He then predicted an increase in fixed as- sets by 1960 from to to be obtained pri- marily through liquidation of of investments in af- charge Monday in Federal Court here. He will appear in the Gleason case as a government witness. Mission to Heai Bisop Walter M. Higlcy will filiated companies and reduction tomorrow night at a COY- A r 4 A n A the federation's long term debt. Fields also forecast an in- crease in net working now at to 000 ered dish supper for parishion- ers and friends of the St. Luke's Episcopal Mission in the West Gensee Central High The bishop will discuss accom- ......nnftr.nnnnn. of the Episcopal also should rift to 000 m Cnurch at Us eral conventlon the next five he added. rccentiy in Hawaii. Royal Rob- erts will outline plans of his committee for an immediate can- Planned Reduction E. H. wholesale direc- reported decreases of in the volume of feed Syracuse's small businessmen were warned yesterday that fail- ure to understand completely the state's extended unemployment insurance law might mean staggering tax blow which could mean bankruptcy in the Milton a representa- tive of Division of Employ- ment voiced this possibility as he spoke to officials of 50 busi- trade and neighborhood associations at Chamber oC Commerce office. S.SAliNAatRAYNOR T FREE PARKING OFFICE L A former Syracuse patrolman who retired in 1941 and has been in jail more than a dozen times since today was sentenced to serve two to four years in Attica State Prison on a second degree grand larceny Frank H. no ad- pleaded guilty to the charge before County Judge Leo W. who sen- tenced him today. In an indictment returned by the September grand F Dwyer was accused of stealing ONE HOUR Your Choice of Two Erie Blvd. at S. Warren W. Faycttc at S. Clinton vass of families in the new resi- dential developments of the Fair- mount-Camillus area. Arranging for the sold and in net earnings from feed planned re- auction following a close pricing Mrs_ Ed Glass_ 1S3 Durs'ton The meeting to provide a valued at 'grass look at the unem- from Auburn Tobacco Co ploymcnt insurance was one Brerf of 19 sessions scheduled for up-Lat he had been imprisoned state communities this month or 15 since he ro- under business association spon- tired from the Syracuse Police are policy. Fields dollar volume of seed sales rose over last as earning in this divi- rose He added with a few excep- seed prices will be 30 to 40 per cent lower than last year. In the soil building which supplys lime and Mrs. Paul 7 Channing and Mrs. John Mclntyrc of Amboy Rd. FAEM PEODUCE EXHIBIT. Tall stalks of nl- inost as as au elephant's are on view in the mammoth GLF farm produce a highlight i of the farm federation's 35th annual meeting in the h War Memorial. Examining the exhibit arc Fred Par- shall of Dolores Joscy of cen- and Sally Ncwfiekl. Gift to the United Campaign Postal Clerks Reeled Sheehan Daniel Sheehan Jr. has been Fields said the dollar volume reelected president of Local went up four per and earn- National Federation of Post Of- ings rose Lime prices gce may be slightly higher next other officers selected by the he while fertilizer re- membcrship Daniel Spierf Department. Were Short Terms All those sentences were short r sorship. The state's employment divi- sion and the Syracuse Chamber are planning a series of -n Onondaga County Peni- shops for officials of small busi-Lentiary on puWic intoxication ness firms In this area to explain U D Facts and Entry Blanks the law. Also sentenced today was Ray- mains the and price of liquid nitrogen drops. Farm Supplies b Dollar volume of farm sup- plies rose and net earn- ings went up Fields continued. C E. retail reported member ownership in more than 500 retail stores in- The div first vice Albert Wal- second vice Lloyd John Ker- Bernard George secre- tary of the Grievance Commit- Casimir chair- man of the Legislative Commit- John and Robert sergeant-at-arms. Mussi and Fred Godzwon were named delegates to the Syracuse as M _J T F new employers I fi 26 will be brought into the unem- o liSr oroxv j to in plovment insurance system in two starting this Jan- Attica on his plea of guilty Bass said. '-At that to first degree grand firms wiUi three employes will Jusf before sentenced become subject. Unless they un- Bova pleaded guilty to being a dcrstand the details of their re- second felony admit- there will be ting he had been of even for the game charge -n Novembert some. in Franklin County. Bova and Jerome Carpenter. W. Onondaga were Put on Probation __ m T t 1 ul_dv4 il 4 sion is handling a larger vol- dcl tes to lhe Allied Postal ume of edible beans every Coundl w Winiam R and By G. W. Brenneman Moreland Ellis Insurance Service As a I like to get good value for my money. And that's what the United campaign of opportunity to share in the work of 64 doing a wonderful job in our community in trying to answer human needs. As a citizen of this community and as a my particular interest has always been centered in the youth and character building agencies. I have seen the needs grow and grow at the same time felt re- sponsible for all the other social needs of Onondaga County. I couldn't possibly stretch my time or my giving for separate help for all. But the United campaign gives me the added satisfaction of knowing I am doing a part of my share toward those needs. he and the volume of egg marketing division also is in- creasing. The GLF petroleum division made net earnings of and sold seven per cent more petroleum products last chalking up the division's biggest year in its 19-year Day- ton said. Mayor Mead welcomed GLF delegates to the city at this aft- ernoon's session. Directors Nominated Laskowski. L Charged with criminal negli- gence after an accident which fatally injured a Nominations for plus oo -nn _ John Marziale. of 110 Orchard t-rtrtlw 1 4-ltTn took place later this afternoon. Results will be an- nounced at tomorrow's business meeting. Those nominated for directors are J. C. Water Clayton Harold Brenneman IL- Harold Clifford E. Milburn Hunt- And now I have lived long enough in Onondaga County to West and Roy have seen a whole generation benefited by the Community Chest and Red Cross the new generation tak- ing its place of responsibility in the community. Then I'm certain lhat the increases I have made over the years in money investment have been returned four times in and the return 5n personal happiness can never be counted. Pa. An entertainment program has been arranged for tonight at the War Memorial. It will fea- ture television stars from Cin- cinnati. The annual meeting will close tomorrow with reports by Presi- dent and Silcox. North pleaded guilty today just as he was to go on trial before Cbrtland County Judge Morse E. Ames here. The indictment returned by the September grand jury alleges Marziale was while un- der the influence of an intoxi- cating and operating his car in dangerous and reckless manner that endangered others using the public Killed in the May accident in Buckley Rd. near Hopkins was Harley K. of 22 Cherry St.r PhoeniXr Sheriff's deputies re- ported who was thrown A stable firm with the same three workers for years might take no action regarding unem- 4. ployment insurance. Three or jointly indicted for the theft of four years from one of the 12 typewriters from Ithaca De- workers may lose his job and livery Co. last June 4. Carpenter file a claim for benefits. be sentenced that employer will have to pay back taxes and interest of nine per cent a year for the entire I Dolphus D. of 4220 period. Milton who admitted a the the tax conviction for grand lar- cannot be compromised. This ceny was put on 10 years staggering blow could be the fe f pleading guilty end of And we don't second want Judge Breed Brown that he was taking into consideration tir.e defendant's wife and one- year-old baby and his offer to make restitution in imposing the probation term. Brown was ac- cused of stealing from MG Sales and Town of De on Sept. 2. Admitting he was a third felony offender was Mitchell 609 E. Washing- ton who earlier pleaded guilty to second degree forgery and the passing of a fraudulent check Aug. 11. who today admitted 1951 and 1953 forgery convic- tions in Florida federal will be sentenced Nov. river out of the car as it rolled over several was dead on arrival at St. Joseph's Hospital. Deputies said Marziale was driving north in Buckley Rd. when he attempted to pass a car operated by John T. of 1100 Colvin St. Mar- ziale told i the deputies that at the same time he was passing he saw another car coming toward tried to swerve back into the right lane and struck North's car in the rear. who was also tossed out of the was pinned under the right front wheel of his car and hospitalized with multiple head injuries. rt Marziale will be sentenced Nov. .3 by Judge who is assisting Onondaga County Judge Leo W. Breed because of the heavy criminal calendar. Sponsored by New York Stato Savings Banks SOUTH SAUNA E. GENESBE ST. SOUTH SAUNA AT RAYNOR Member Federol Deposit Insurance Corp ADVERTISEMENT Wows Date 3. Alfred of was sentenced to one and a half to three years in Attica on a second degree forgery involving a check. DOO FINDS DROWNED BABY Ky. ffl-A fox terrier yesterday led Mrs. Lucy to the body of her baby. Melody Sue 20 months had drowned in a pool of rainwater on their nearby farm. _'- y.-.m- wanted to find a restaurant that served says Joe lhat I could im- press my who happened to be crazy about foreign foods. I looked in the telephone directory under and we took our choice of the several Swedish restaurants listed. like patronizing places which advertise in the Yellow Look under headings like Delica- in the Yellow Pages of your phone book. r   

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