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20 Nov 1967

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Canandaigua Daily Messenger (Newspaper) - November 20, 1967, Canandaigua, New YorkThe daily messenger Canandaigua n. Y. Obituaries a mrs. John Blankenberg Howard d. Perry monday november 20, 1987 Page Tom in services will beheld wednes Day at 2 . For mrs. Mary Blankenberg 77, widow of John Blankenberg of Castle Road town of Blanken Berg died yesterday at Thomp son Hospital after a Long illness. Services will be held at Cris Field funeral Home in Gorham at 2 . Wednesday. Calling hours Are from 7 to 9 .. To Day and from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 tomorrow. Burial will be in Banton Rural cemetery. Mrs. Blankenberg is survived by two sons Milton and George both of Stanley three Sisters mrs dells Van Orden of Stan Ley mrs Roscoe Cayward and mrs. Reginald Weber both of Hall a grandson John Blanken Barg of Clifton Springs and two great grandchildren. Mrs. Stimart Wolverton mrs. Julia Willsun Wolverton 73 of 3822 w. Lake hd., died sunday in Point . After a Brief illness. She left Manati Digua two weeks ago to spend the Winter in Brick town . Widow of Stuart m. Wolver ton who died in 1962, she was july 29, 1894 in pa., daughter of George a. And Harriot Gillette Willson who moved to Canandaigua when she was a Young girl. A graduate of Canandaigua Academy 1914, she attended Sargent school of physical Edu cation Boston mass. She was married to or. Wolverton on june 28, 1919. Mrs. Wolverton was a Mem bar of the first congregational Church the Hayes class and the current events club. Survivors Are two daughters mrs. B. Felix Julia Meinik Heim of Banks Idaho and mrs. William s. Ann Shoemaker Bushnell s Basin four grand children a sister mrs William h Trippe of Brick town . Arid a Nephew Richard Trippe sea Girt . Memorial service will be held in Canandaigua at a future Date. Arrangements Are being made by Kennedy son Funer Al Home. Burial will be in Wood Lawn cemetery. Middlesex funeral serv ices were held this afternoon for Howard a Perry 77, who died Friday in his. Home on South main Street. Or. Perry is survived by his widow Frances ii e n n 3 s s y Perry two sons Howard or. And Robert of Tonawanda and a brother Edmund of grand Island. He was retired from the Libby Mcneill Libby Bel Lona. He was a member of the elks Lodge in Penn Van. Leon g. Waters Leon g. Ike Waters 71 operator of lightning motor Frei Glit co. For Many years be fore retiring in 1s63, died at his Home at 4 Grandview Park saturday. Will be held Tomor Row at 2 . At Kennedy son funeral Home. Or. Warier was a native of Austinville a. He had lived in Canandaigua for Many years. A Veteran of world War i he was a Post commander of the Canandaigua Post of american legion a member of the 10 us and the elks Lodge. He is survived by his widow Euiel Gerlinger Warters four Foster children John Schramm mrs. Albert by files mrs James coif and mrs. Donald Badger and 11 grandchildren All of Canandaigua. There will be an Odd Fellows service tonight at in the funeral Home Chapel and an elks Lodge service at 8 o clock. Funeral services will be held tomorrow at 2 . In the funeral Home followed by burial in Woodlawn cemetery with military rites by the Canandaigua american legion Post. Those who wish May Contri Bute in or. Warters memory to the Ontario county cancer society methodist Church me Morial fund or the Wood Library. In lev no is concern initial teaching alphabet was the topic of discussion at a meet tog of Western new. York teachers last Friday at the primary school or. Harold j. Tanyzer Lett of Hofstra University reported the latest research information on Ita instruction among the teachers present from the area were left to right mrs Nornia Anderson of Victor Central mrs. Thelma Huff of East Bloomfield Central and . Hart of Canandaigua primary. Unique alphabet is great teaching Aid Canandaigua photos shown at Eastman House a v an exhibition of 30.photographs of Canandaigua and its environs by the late Floyd. W. Gunnison of Canan saturday in the Little gallery of the George Eastman House. It will continue through Jan. 15, 1968. Gunnison born in 1882, died in 1943, opened his studio in Canandaigua above the store of Tracey end Parmele in .1908. The photographs this exhibition were made between.1908 and 1925 in 1910, Gunnison. Was described As having Success fully a special Field for his Talent in commercial photography making a special to of Home portraiture and Interior commercial work. Or. Gunnison has been especially successful with flashlight Pic the exhibition was directed by Thomas Barrow assistant curator Extension activities. The were made by Michael Becotte from the original 8 x 10" Glass plate negatives in the Eastman House collection. Care of greek Junta be worse than jute continued from Page i Issue you will recall that from 1945 to 1948, the country was devastated by bloody civil War against communist guerrillas. It was at that time that the United states Romul g de the Truman doctrine of military and economic Aid to Greece and Turkey which was then also facing a severe communist the Truman doctrine As you know was the forerunner of the Marshall plan. The memories of civil War Are still Strong in Greece. In fact thousands of say As Many As fled during the 1946-49 War Are still living behind the Iron curtain therefore citing the communist threat undoubtedly gives the 6 apprehended in 7 break ins Ontario county investigators have apprehended six minors and charged them with six Ca bin entries in South Bristol and a burglary at the purple. Pig restaurant in All of occurred last aug. 26. Sheriff deputies James much Malotte said the suspects Are All from 13 to 15 in age. They were released in the custody of their parents will appear in family court. Should Cost a Fortune discover the country Kitchen it. S 20 4 Miles East of Canandaigua phone 394-9889 tender Juicy sirloin steaks veal cutlets Spaghetti terrific cocktails bar tender Bob Shutes open for cocktails at 4 dinner 5 . Closed tuesday burglary to Phelps youth Dennis Pettey 17, of 9 Walnut was arrested by state police Friday on a Bur Glary charge in connection Wilh the . 4 Phelps High school. Sci investigator William Driscoll arrested on his release from Wayne county jail. The youth is in the Ontario county jail today awaiting action by the january grand jury. Driscoll said Pettey is charged in connection with an entry at Phelps High school in october when the agricultural classroom was broken into and about ?4u in Cash was reported stolen. A second youth had previously been arrested in the school police chief Harold Murphy Phelps also participated in the investigation. The warrant against Pettey was issued by police Justuce Fred rear. Three injured in 2-car crash three persons were Hurt in a two car crash at . Saturday at the intersection of county roads 25 and route 88. Abram Havert 79, of Newark one of the Drivers had a bruised right kneed. Operator of the second car Martha them five 39, of Manchester was not Hurt. Her passenger Shirley Abram 14, Manchester had a bruised forehead. Another passenger Patricia Ventura 42, also of Manchester suffered a bruised right knee. None of the injured persons was hospitalized. Trooper James r. Gostley of troop e Headquarters said the Manchester woman was going East on county Road 25 and a Yert was travelling North on route 88 when the Accident occurred. In our initials popular times a new set of letters is becoming More and More popular in the education Field. I t a initials. Initial. Teaching alphabet is the innovation which is proving tribe an interesting exciting approach to teaching to or. Har old Tanyzer of Hofstra sity of Long Island. Or. Tanyzer spoke to a Gatov ering of Western. Newyork teachers Friday at the Canandaigua primary school. As the director research unit at Hofstra t any or noted that the new medium using. 44 sound symbols instead of the.26 letter has been attracting and More followers. It is now being used with Over s in debts in 50. Different Stales. Through research findings have shown that the students using the Ita Are bettor read ers and spellers according to moreover he added the children s creative writing ability has greatly improved. The 44 Ita characters each standing for a single sound cover every sound in the eng lish1 language it takes combinations of the Standard 2fr character alphabet to do the same thing. For example there Are 22 ways to Spall the sound of i t such As in aisle Aye pie buy by sigh choir and cry., by using one Symbol for that sound first graders Are read much easier and faster one of the consequences of this iian Hurt in 1-car crash Calvin Jones 24, Lake Wales Fla.-, suffered a i Mouth injury and the toss several Teeth when a car in which he was a passenger went out of control at about . Fri Day on route 21. Jones was treated at. Thomp son Hospital and released. He was a passenger in a car operated by millage m. Patter son 34, of Lake Fla. Four other. Passengers in the. Car and Patterson were not Hurt. According to Ontario county Deputy William Dean Patter son was driving Down a Long Steep Hill on. Route 21, near monks Road when he lost control and the vehicle Slid into a 12-Fooflpng Bridge railing. The railing was knocked into a Creek and the. Car ended up across route 21. The Deputy said it was snowing very hard at the e time of the Accident. Ability to read Many words written in Ita symbols is that children Are Able to write much More. What a child can say or pronounce he can states elementary primary supervising principal Raymond getting some amazing examples of Creaty writing from first Grade pupils using Ita.1. By using the special Ita text books they Anc devalued Pound forces Britain to austerity continued from Page 1 prices. But others were not expected to rebel. Such a split using the great depression altered the labor party in 931 for a decade., Wilson was counting on this and the traditional British stiff upper lip to tide him Over the found crisis and give him time in some Prosperity More the next general election in 1970 or 1971. Sir Winston Churchill offered blood sweat and tears in rallying britons in world War 1c Wilson in a National television and radio speech sunday made a similar plea to conquer the economic dangers threatening this is a proud nation. We have the1-Chance now to break out from the Strait Jackert on these past years. Any who fails through laziness or self seeking any who frustrate the Worth of others by unofficial strikes will imperil the e right of All our people to work the right to work not Only for themselves but for the said Wilson. Wildcat strikes crippled much sheriffs cite snowball danger Manchester youngsters Here in shorts vice. And Man Chester villages Are being warned by Ontario county sheriff s deputies to be careful about throwing snowballs last Friday in Shortsville a six year old boy was hit by a snowball in the head according to Deputy William Dean later the same Day in Manchester a woman reported the Windshield on her car had been broken by a snowball. We would appreciate if the parents would speak to their children about the dangers of throwing Dean said. Worthy of the occasion for your to wedding select the social stationery thai taste. We assure you the finest Quality. Moore printing phone 394-1533 9 Coy St., cd a. Da1ay even by Muscles have Muscles when i drink healthful Seneca Dairy county sewer Survey starts a comprehensive study of the needs within Ontario county for sewer facilities has been started by a firm being paid by new York state according to Philip j. Rowley chairman of the county Board of supervisors. The study called a comprehensive sewerage study for on Tario county is being done by the firm of. Camp Mckee of Boston mass. The study was sought by the county Board of supervisors. Its purpose is to. Show generally the the entire county for future sewer facility development and to show what areas can work together to develop these facilities. The study is to be completed by oct. 25, 1968, according to terms of the contract with the consulting firm. Cheshire fire Drill Cheshire there will be a smoke House Drill tomorrow at 7 . All Cheshire firemen who would like to participate should be at the fire House by . The Drill will be conducted by Arthur Garner new York state fire school instructor. Learn Many More words than they can be using the. Tradition Al books Hughes states. Tanyzer and Hughes have both found through i their re search that the initial fears of the Ita medium have been dispelled. Transition into the Standard spelling and Reading has proved no problem. Truck collides with school bus Gorham a Gorham Cen trial school bus collided with a pickup truck at about . Friday in a snowstorm but no one was injured. The bus carrying 26 students was headed South on Gillette Road and the truck was going East on Phillips Road just prior to the Accident. Arthur l. Parker 25, of Stan Ley said he braked his vehicle on seeing the school bus but his truck Slid into the intersection where the collision happened. The bus operator was Robert w Robson of Stanley. State trooper David Luitweiler of troop e Headquarters investigated. Canandaigua Hurt in Accident Yuul in y British Export Trade recently it was the fact that Britain was importing too much and Export ing too Little that ate up Brush Money reserves Cut into world Confidence in the Pound and brought on the devaluation. Wilson designed to lower Price tags on British Export products and thereby give the nation an in the Black balance of Trade. Experts said a loaf of bread would go up one or two cents from 15 cents. A quart of milk was expected to Rise from a dime to 11 or 12 cents. A gallon of gasoline was expected to Rise to 70 cents from 67 cents. Meat and butter prices were predicted to Rise. The Cost of All imported goods would Rise. A Hospital will see pro Bowler a professional Bowler Rich and Dick Hitler will visit the a Hospital tomorrow to give exhibitions to patients. He win bowl at and again at ., according to or. J. S. Weltman Hospital director. Ritger s appearance is sponsored by the bowlers Victory legion which has National head quarters in Washington . Has one sanctioned 300 game and his highest sanctioned ser ies is 794. Retired doctor now is poet St Louis Park a White a 75-year-old Pedi Atri Cian always got along with child patients by the Way he talked to them. But he remembered one youngster saying sure Are a White retired from private is a. Staff member of the St. health department s Well baby clinics. He also in his spare hours is a poet. White titled one poem definitely it goes like this you re emeritus you la love there s no title that s above it if you seem a trifle leery of that doleful prefix Geri celebrate your Senec tute with some select Multi Frutti. Since you have no claim to highness Well address you As your schools close Early wednesday Public schools and St. Mary s school Wui close Early wednes Day As students will begin their thanksgiving Holiday. According to Richard e. Ogden assistant superintendent of City schools the primary school will close at . And the other three schools in the District will close at noon wednes Day. St. Mary s school will also close at noon according to officials at the school. Students will not return to school until monday morning. Ogden added that there will be no afternoon kindergarten sessions wednesday. The morn ing kindergarten session will conclude about one half hour earlier than usual and parents thus can expect their children Home about 30 minutes earlier than their Normal time. Children in grades one through 12 who ride buses will arrive at Home about three hours earlier than usual he said. Military Junta now Broad. Base of the Promise to clean civil service rid of coitus and get it Oji i event basis also has Broad pub Lic appeals a in fact several told me there was a sigh of Relief when staged and the Junta first took Over. Most people i was Felt that things had become so serious that drastic surgery was required.1 whenever someone mentioned this i could t help but re member the a Oft quoted remark which Many americans made about Mussolini s dictatorship in Italy before world War Ujj. But you be got to hand it to they said. At least he mad9 the trains run on be that As it Greece most certainly got rather dras tic surgery on april 21. Tut Lonal government was Over lir own and several Basic free Doms Long associated with Greece were suspended. When and if the Junta intends to re store them no one yet knows. Is. Cure worse so the question remains was the cure which the military Jun to administered to an ailing Greece worse than the disease at the moment the greek people seem to have adopted a wait and see attitude. Outwardly the tourist would never know that anything untoward had happened. But no one knows How Long this period of Calm will last. Actions usually bring reactions. Some observers fear that if the suspension of Constitution Al democracy lasts too Long it will have the opposite effect the Junta desires namely that it could Well solidify end Streng then communism in rather than stamp it out. Victor Man gets High rib Post l1. Norman Deming of Victor has been named executive vice president of Rochester business Institute according to Robert e. Veigel president of rib. Doming will be responsible for total operations of the school. He will assist Lear Siegler inc., Parent company of rib in developing the Institute s business school division. Doming was data processing director at rib. Before joining the institution in 1968, he was a marketing representative with International business machines corp. Phelps woman is Hurt in Newark Newark mrs. Edna a Putman 57, of Phelps is reported in Good condition in Newark Wayne Community hos Pital where she was taken sat urday following a two car crash Here. The Accident occurred about . Saturday at the inter Section of Vienna and Silver Hill roads Southeast of the Vil Lage. Mrs. Put Man Driver of one of the had knee and hand hand bruises. Operator of the second vehicle mrs. Bertha Harrington 78, of 364 Garden rd., Newark also was Hurt. Mrs. Harrington who suffered a fractured Pelvis and ribs is listed in fair condition in the same Hospital. Victor John f. Halton 63 of 130 Chapin St., Cananda Hurt at . Fri Day when his car rammed into a tree on Maple Avenue Here. Halton is reported in Satis factory condition today in Thompson Hospital he had severe cuts of the Scalp face and knee. Troopers . Sharkey and r. To. Beswick of troop e head quarters Canandaigua patrol said the crash occurred in snowy conditions. K of c meeting change the knights of Columbus meet ing which was to have been held tomorrow night will be held wednesday evening instead according to Everett Claudius grand Knight. Car reported stolen a stolen car was reported to City police Early this morning. Mrs. John Brahm of 200 Center St., phoned police when she Dis covered her 1962 Chevrolet Impala was missing. The White car with a red racing strip has the License number 6j3854. If seen it should be reported to Canandaigua police. J today s quote Concord . Up William r. Johnson new Hampshire Campaign manager for Republican Mich. Gov. George Romney announcing a Blitz Campaign for new Hampshire. We want to get people to know More about George Romney. He s a Square hut he s really got Royal anniversary London Eli Zabeth ii and Prince Philip marked their 20th wedding anniversary today at bucking Ham Palace. The Royal couple returned to England late last week from an official visit to Malta. Mideast showdown United nations the . Security Council moved toward a showdown to Day on the Middle East Issue. In a weekend of intensive diplomatic consultations Brit Aln tried to rally support be Hind its Middle East peace plan. The Council planned to meet today to discuss it. Cemetery memorials r. D. Johnson Granite co. Leland h. Fletcher proprietor 217 s. Main pm. 394-0382 we want a parts Bug for the Beetle we re looking for a Man to Start As clerk in oar parts dept. Hell work in clean modern surroundings with people who take Pride in their work. Hell Hel i make our parts dept As efficient and reliable As a . Ana that s going some. Interested Call or write our or. Hugh Standish 789-2200 Dochak Volkswagen inc. 841 Canandaigua Road Geneva n. Y. . Orv Center of the Firgir . Notice we will be closed at noon wed., nov. 22 through sun., nov. 26 open mon., nov.27 Vecchi s Barber shop 71 South main St. Canandaigua 1967 Chrysler 300 2-door Hardtop radio Heater automatic trans Mission Power steering Power brakes bucket seals actual Miles. 4 year factory guarantee open evenings Canandaigua motors inc. Chrysler Plymouth Rochester Road at City limits classified ads bring results less than the Best in insurance pause for a moment to count our blessings and thank the almighty for All we have received. We thankful for the Many opportunities you have Given us to be of service. Could Cost you everything you own see us for Complete insurance counselling. Pm. Miltun Clup u w. Coe son inc. Bristol St. Cd a. General insurance since.j868 life health insurance phone 394-5730 pm. 3m-0250 174-176 South main

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