Norwich Evening Sun in Norwich, New-York
13 Aug 1962

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13 Aug 1962

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Norwich Evening Sun (Newspaper) - August 13, 1962, Norwich, New York Telephone him tis South Lerond St. \ Fine imported Madeira linens elegant plastic placental casual Slimmer or Kitchen tablecloths Wam Sutta super ale and Debu Cale sheets and pillowcases at White Sale prices the year around towels by Martel Benedict corporation c. E. Fribley pres. A Norwich n. Y. County asked immunization Norwich beginning on Jan i 1963, the new York state health department will discontinue distribution of immunizing agents against diphtheria tetanus whooping cough and smallpox. A letter to this effect from Daniel p. Mcmahon District health officer was read to the county Board of supervisors this morning. The letter said that these prep Paratinos have been distributed free to clinics hospitals and physicians for Many years and distribution has been made through Chenango memorial Hospital maintaining a Supply for distribution. Fifty per cent state Aid is available to counties for Purchase of these biological and Mcmahon said a i suggest that you the supervisors provide for this in your 1063 Cost of these supplies using state contract prices for 1962 will be $500 or less with a reimbursement of one half of the Cost the letter indicated. The supervisors will turn the subject Over to the budget com Mumm deaths Frances h. Machio Norwich a miss Frances h. Machio 62, of 97 Birdsall Street died late saturday evening at her residence following an extended illness. She was born june 19, 1900 in Oxford daughter of Thomas j. And Anne Spano Machio. Miss Machio was Active in Church affairs. She was a member of St. Bartholomew a Church and a member of its Rosary and reparation societies a member of the dominican Guild of St. Paul a Church the vow and american legion auxiliaries and a member of the women of the Moose. She was also a member of the Loyal workers of Norwich Mills the 25-year club of Norwich Mills and the women a Republican club. Miss Machio spent her Early years in Oxford. She moved to Norwich in 1916 and has lived Here since. She had been employed by Norwich Mills for the past 46 years having recently retired. Miss Machio was particularly devoted to her family and her Church. Surviving Are one brother former Chenango county sheriff Frank j. Machio four Sisters mrs. Frank j. Favaloro and mrs. Rose Cappadonna of Norwich and. Mars. Lucy Oberjat and mrs. Genevieve Aguilar both of Santa Barbara Calif. Five nephews Frank j. Favaloro or. Of Baltimore ., Thomas r. Favaloro of Sherburne Joseph d. Favaloro of Monticello Joseph t. Cappadonna of White Plains and Thomas Oberjat of Santa Barbara Calif. Two nieces mrs. Dolores Ann Vaccaro of Norwich and Suzanne Oberjat of Santa Barbara several grand nieces and grand nephews Mary Christine and Stephen s. Favaloro of Baltimore Donald Helen m., Douglas and Mark Favaloro of Sherburne Kathleen Marie Linda s. And Richard w. Favaloro of Monticello and George Camilla Frank Peter and Guy Vaccaro of Norwich two uncles Joseph Spano of Cortland and John Spano of Florida. Several cousins also survive. A prayer service will be held at 9 . Tomorrow at the Birdsall Street residence followed by a solemn High mass of requiem at 9 30 . In St. Bartholomew a Church. Burial will be in the family plot in St. Paul a cemetery. Funeral arrangements were made by the Devine funeral Home and friends May Call at the Birdsall Street residence this afternoon and evening at their convenience. Members of the vow auxiliary will hold memorial services at 7 of clock tonight and the women of the Moose will conduct memorial services at 8. At 7 30 tonight the reparation society of St. Bartholomew a Church will recite the Rosary at the residence. Bertha Jane s. Pant Aula Norwich Bertha Jane Smith Pantalia 33, of 16 South Delaware Square died at 8 30 . Saturday in an Auto Accident three Railes South of Hamilton on route 12b. She was bom july 12, 1929 in Oxford daughter of Lynn c. And Bessie Hackett Smith. She was a Hairdresser employed at bobs Beauty shop in Hamilton and was a member of Pocahontas Lodge of Norwich. Surviving Are two sons Daniel and David Pantalia of Sherburne her Mother mrs. Bessie Smith of Norwich four Sisters mrs. Dennis of Neil and mrs. William Berg of Norwich mrs. Nathan he fit of Rockville . And mrs. William messenger of Nevada two Brothers Charles l. Smith of Norwich and Robert Smith of Oxford. There also survive several aunts uncles nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held at i . Tomorrow from the Robert j. Fury funeral Home the Rev Frank w. Gardner pastor of United Church of Christ first congregational officiating. Burial will be in Riverview cemetery Oxford. Friends May Call at the funeral Home today from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 . Pocahontas Lodge members will conduct memorial services at the funeral Home tonight at 7 30. To take on program Mittee. The Board tabled until the september meeting action on local Law number one establishing a county mental health clinic. On the recommendation of county attorney Charles Gallagher the Law has been revised to include reference to a mental health Board which will administrate the facility when it is established. Before action by the supervisors the Law is required to Lay on the desk seven Days in its revised form. It was indicated that it was hoped to adopt the Law by Jan. I 1963. The nine member mental health Board when appointed will be required to formulate a budget locate personnel Etc. Members of the Board tabled a Resolution offered by supervisor Ernest Poole of Afton assigning the county clerk sufficient room on the first floor of the county office building for use of the motor vehicle Bureau and that the building committee be instructed to prepare these rooms by Jan. I 1963. Poole moved the adoption of the Resolution but the tabling motion was Given preference. John Mcguire county clerk appeared before the supervisors this morning and said that new Laws will require that his department obtain additional books by sept. I. He added that beginning a year from september i still More books More room and possibly another employee will be necessary. This he said will be due to transferring of chattel Mort Ages and conditional sales from the offices of the various town clerks to the county clerks office. Supervisor Leroy Franklin told the Board that it had been brought to his attention during the past few weeks that county sheriffs deputies handcuffed minor offence prisoners when taking them into custody. He said he did no to believe this was necessary a that it caused undue humiliation to the offenders a and that the matter should be investigated. In other action the Board granted a request from the sheriff to Send two eligible men from his department to a Basic training school. The school will Start sept. To with graduation on oct. I. The sheriff indicated in his request that six of his men had participated in previous such schools and had been graduated. There is a $5 registration fee plus $8 for textbooks. 2 sentenced in county court Norwich a David l. Moon 19, of North Norwich who was allowed to plead guilty to a reduced charge of third degree burglary was Given a suspended sentence of a 1-5 years imprisonment in the Elmira reformatory today in Chenango county court. County judge Lynn Peterson handed Down the decision following a motion by defense attorney Edward Lee that seven of eight counts of burglary and Petit larceny against Moon be dismissed. Moon who was arrested last february 15, was placed on probation for three years. Robert a. Scheer 21, of Star route Norwich changed his plea from not guilty to guilty in connection with a disorderly conduct charge and received a suspended sentence of one year in Chenango county jail in county court this morning. Judge Peterson placed Scheer an one year probation. De Nelson appeared for the defense. Academy class of 46 has reunion Oxford a seven members of the 1946 graduating class of Oxford Academy were present saturday night for a reunion at the Oxford inn. Attending the six thirty dinner were or. And mrs. Richard Webb Norwich or. And mrs. Leonard Quinn jr., Oxford or. And mrs. Arthur Campbell Sherburne mrs. Walter Stewart Sacramento California or. And mrs. Robert Carey Oxford or. And mrs. Donald Lorimer Oxford and or. And mrs. Richard Fairchild Mcdonough. During the social hour which followed the dinner plans were made for contacting All thirty members of the 1946 class and at a later Date mailing each a letter containing the present addresses of All class members. The project will be in charge of mrs. Leonard Quinn or. And reverend Russell Champlin of Liverpool new York. Attends sales workshop William Welch of Smith nor with inc., attended a four Day truck sales workshop course in Binghamton july 31 through August 3. The Ford motor company course is intended to provide salesmen with training in truck to Job selection and give Ford truck customers the Benefit of trained Counselor in truck application. The course is one of a number offered through Fords new York marketing Institute to company dealers their personnel and Ford employees hatchets buried former presidents Truman and Hoover Chat amiably in West Branch Iowa. The pair were on hand for the dedication of the Hoover presidential Library in the town. Is an Ideal time to add a 1962 Cadillac to your most treasured possessions Chenango gets $53,217 from state fund fair attendance Large results of final judging Are announced Norwich the 115th annual Chenango county fair is now history. And it made history with its unusually Large attendance during a week which saw a summer Long drought broken with almost daily rain showers. Actual attendance figures were not available today but the exposition will go Down in the annals As one of the biggest both in attendance and number of exhibits in the history of the county. Highlights of the final Day of contests in the 4-h department was the horse show with the following results fitting and showmanship for members ten years old and under a Kevin Gilroy Greene first in the 12-18 age group Brian Roberts Greene first and in the 19-21 age group Marion Mcgowan Oxford first. In the confirmation classes Jeanette Larrabee of Binghamton won first for horse foals sue Bartlett of Greene first for horse yearlings Brian Roberts first for ponies two years old Peggy Newman of Binghamton first for horses two years old Marion Mcgowan first for Western mares Kevin Gilroy first for Western geldings and Lillian Mcgowan of Oxford first for ponies three years old and older. Of Greene and j. F. Rice of Binghamton. In the final Day cattle judging in 4-h, the following places were awarded in township and Community Dairy groups Greene champions first Greene jerseys second Guilford Swiss third Greene mixed fourth and sixth and Guilford Little Swiss fifth. Preston Grange sold the most Advance Sale fair tickets�?620�? and its Booth at the fair won first place. Otsen Ango Grange won second place and Smithville Center Grange third. Sarah Banks Copley funeral services held saturday Norwich a the Rev. A. D. Salmon jr., Rector of Christ episcopal Church in Guilford conducted funeral services for Sarah Banks Copley saturday morning in Emmanuel episcopal Church Here. Burial followed in Greenlawn cemetery at Bainbridge Rev. Salmon officiating at the prayer and committal. Serving As pallbearers were j George Raymond Morris Ford j Lynn Tanner James Miner John j Nash All of Norwich and Albert Declue of Bainbridge. The evening Sun 3 monday August 13, 1962 two fined for i i inadequate mufflers Norwich a two area men were arrested and fined for having inadequate mufflers Over the weekend according to the Chenango county sheriffs department. Deputies arrested Douglas g. Kenyon 20, of Smithville Flats and Ernest Harrison 21, of Greene on the identical charges. Both were arraigned before Justice Fred Auwarter of Smithville Flats and were fined $10 apiece after entering pleas of guilty. It fits perfectly a juju of Albany a state comptroller Arthur Levitt today announced the distribution of $11,689,186.26 As per capita assistance to the cities towns and villages of the state. This payment is the second quarterly instalment in the states 1962-63 fiscal year. Chenango county will receive $53,217.19 Cortland county $54,-753.90 Madison $71,353.56 and Otsego $65,866.53. The checks were mailed to the fiscal officers of the states 61 cities 550 villages and 932 towns. Unlike other types of state Aid which Are granted for a specific purpose such As education highways and health the per Aid can be used for any general municipal purpose. This payment is allocated to the local units of government on a pm capita basis. Each City receives annually the sum of $6.75 times the amount of its population towns receive $3.55 for each inhabitant and villages $3.00 for each inhabitant Norwich High up attends workshop Hamilton a l. O. Anderson vice principal Norwich High school has been attending the fourth annual Junior High school administration workshop being conducted this week on the Colgate University Campus. Lloyd r. Lawrence vice president for development extended greetings to the group at the opening session sunday. The keynote address was delivered by the workshop director Aaron h. Lauchner nationally known expert on Junior High school education formerly of great neck new York. Thirty one educators from every part of the state have been meeting with the director and or. Mauritz Johnson of Cornell University in daily conferences focusing on the curriculum of the i schools and measures for improving senior High programs. Walter p. Reichert of Glens Falls is chairman of the committee of the state school administrators association which sponsors the workshop. John Hartman ends naval training Norfolk a. A midshipman second class John h. Hartman 19, son of mrs. Belle c. Hartman of 27 Silver Street Norwich n.y., completed summer training in the techniques of modern amphibious warfare at the Little Creek naval amphibious base Norfolk a. He is one of More than 700 naval Reserve officers training corps a Roth midshipmen representing 34 u s. Colleges and universities that participated in the training which ended aug. I. The training culminated with an amphibious assault with a Navy underwater demolition team frogman joining the middies. More than 2,600 pounds of controlled demolitions was detonated to add realistic combat conditions to the assault. Mind. Hartman is a member of the class of 1964 at Brown University in Providene . Raymond corp. In record year As dividend declared Greene at a special meeting held August 9th the Board of directors of the Raymond corporation declared the regular 3rd Quarter dividend of 12-v�c per share. Payment will be made on August 31, 1962. George g. Raymond jr., president reported that new orders for the first 6 months of 1962 were 26% ahead of the same period last year. Net profits for the first half of 1962 were $1.31 per share compared to lie for the corresponding period a year ago. It is anticipated that the 1962 operation will set new sales and profit records for the Raymond corporation makers of narrow aisle electric trucks and other material handling equipment. In other classes Lillian Mcgowan took first in the pleasure Pony event Nancy Burrows of North Pitcher first in the Flag race Brian Roberts first in Western horseman slip Jeanette Larrabee first in the Cloverleaf race Lauren Rothwell of Plymouth first for Western Trail horse Lorinda de Lee of Otselic first for Western Stock horse and Nancy Bur cows first in pole bending. In the Parade groups Blue ribbon winners were the request adores Saddle horse club of Norwich and the Greene Trail riders. Trophies were donated by Jack i Weinman two Sears Roebuck i co., Charles r. Kroeger Agency a Anderson motors Jackson a Cor a Ner grocery or. And mrs. Glenn b. Kinney Victory Chain inc., prices sewing machine Center i. L. Richer feed co., Rothwell Scircle r ranch Brightman a hardware Prindle a Corner Cigar store Reynolds pharmacy Winans menus shop or. And mrs. William g. Agnew Fraire a Book shop Skilling jewellers Raichlen a paint and wallpaper Hirschy a Vern Williams Ralph Woodworth Robert j. Fahy funeral Home 116 n. Broad St. Dial 334-6733 hew of to Iii the rational ban a first it Timmy it mph ofom Hamb col a a a and so does our l0w-c0st Bank Auto loan plan whether you buy a compact Small car or a Large one ask your favorite automobile dealer about the plan offered by the National Bank and Trust company of Norwich. Seven offices at oath Madoc Horwich Eari Villi Otselic v Aliet Ocano Corge Sherburne

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