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Norwich Evening Sun (Newspaper) - March 1, 1965, Norwich, New York Norwich Junior High announces Honor Roll leading players monday March i 1965 to of Vining Sun Norwich Junior High school students earning places on the Honor and High Honor Roll for the second report period have been listed by the principal l. Q. Anderson. Names of these students in grades seven eight and nine follow High Honor Grade 7 a Barbara Aldrich William Davis Robert Crandall Nancy Clark Patricia Intres Stephen Lent Diane scarcely Karen Spencer and Patricia we. Kinson. Honor Roll Virginia berber Ian Susan Barnes Frances Benedicto Chirle Bishop John Bonham Gary Braveman Suzanne Brown Patricia Burns Janet Bush Charlene Byrne Mark Caldwell Jean Cannestra James Church Donna Collier Daniel Collins Sherry Conant Lynda Dutz a. Tricia Doyle James Drake rus. Sell Edick Ann Erickson mar. Gar it Evans Anne Fecitt . Ela figary Cary Friedman Rich Ard Frink Kathy Garito Sheila Gillespie Roderick Gold Duane Golden Edward Hagen Avis har. Rel Diane Hart Frank Higley James Hilsinger Craig Johnson Thomas Johnson Lori Judson Vicki Kosowsky Kathy Lamb. Andrea Las swell Dennis Leil Ner and Debra Lindridge Deb. Hie Lionetti Charles Magistro William Merrill Ray Meyer John Miller Carol Money Carol Mundy Mary Myers James of Hanlon Ralph Oliver John Olmstead Nancy Pannick Klint Pedersen Maureen Perkins Nancy Porter Marie Proskine Jean Richardson Todd Roberts Katheryn Rowe Alan Roy Barry Sayles Gloria Scarcella George Shields Louise Simpson Kenneth Slentz Michele Smith Sharon Stern Pamela Storie Nanc Stur. Ges Jan Spangenberg Elise Tif. Fany Linda Tracey Lynne tray. Is Kay Treible Deborah try. Thall George Vaccaro Richard Vischi Barbara Voorhis Jean Waffle David Walker Tim Ward Wayne weeks Barbara Winans Judith Wingate Florence Wright and Diane Zorda. High Honor Grade 8�?Anne Brereton Ken. Neth Davis Margaret Davis mar. Tin eche tue Gayle Fuess John Gray Gloria Marvin Sally Mer. Ring Ruth Moehrle Cecile Rah Unowitz Linda Rahn Larry Sands John Sayko Barry Schnur and Elizabeth Thornton. Honor Roll Linda acid Ness sue Ellen and. Ams Emily Anderson Robert composer scheduled for Morrisville talks Vladimir Ussachevsky com Poser and lecture recitalist internationally known for his creative work in the electronic medium will be presented at the state University agricultural and technical College at Morrisville on wednesday March 3, in Hamilton Hall. The first presentation will be at 5 . The second will be at 8 . Born in China in 1911 of a musical russian family he had his first music studies there and in his teens went to Pomona College in California when he received his first training in composition. In his senior year at Pomona a full evenings concert of his compositions was presented. Later at Eastman school of music he received his . And pm. D. Degrees and had major performances of his music. In 1951 he began his experiments on the tape recorder and in 1952 presented his first Public demonstration of these experiments. In 1953 he began an extensive collaboration with his colleague Otto Luening a composer also at Columbia University in which the two men produced major orchestral works with Solo tape recorder suites for theatre productions for Ballet and other mediums of Public promotions announced a amp a by William s. Kingman presi Lent of the Chenango amp Una Lilla Telephone corporation Norwich new York has announce d the Transfer of William o. Louman from a training assign nent in various capacities in the Norwich Headquarters offices to manager Southern District with Lead quarters in Greene. In his new capacity or. Hou Nan will to get responsible for All Lant commercial and Engineer no functions for the a amp a exchanges in the Southern Dis Rich. Besides Greene these exchanges include Richford. Berkshire Newark Valley Candor Whitney Point Chenango Forks my Chenango Bridge. Or. Houman replaces Defor est l. Brewer District manager of the Southern District for the past 15 years. Or. Brewer has been transferred to Norwich As assistant general commercial manager. In this capacity or. Brewer will assist Robert r. Stratton general commercial manager in final accounts receivable commercial memos and instructions write and will also work on procedures for the commercial department. Or. Kingman also announces the following promotions Iii the Norwich Headquarters accounting department Anthony Porack from supervisor systems amp to manager data processing John Penner from supervisor machine accounting to supervisor systems amp procedures Margaret Bangston from assistant supervisor machine accounting to supervisor machine accounting Rollert Brown to supervisor general accounting Margaret Browning from Junior accountant Plant account lug to supervisor Plant accounting and Charles Denny to manager property accounting a these organization changes have taken place in order for the company to keep Pace with the outstanding physical growth record it is realizing and to More fully support the company a increasing needs for information and reports a or. Kingman said. Presentation. In 1957 a Guggenheim fellow ship in composition allowed him to work in Europe in the tape and electronic medium in major studios of Graves no Switzerland Milan Baden Baden and Paris. Or. Ussachevsky went to the soviet Union in 1961 where he gave informal illustrated lectures in russian on electronic music produced at the Columbia Princeton electronic music Center to members of the Union of society composers in various soviet cities. In that same period he also visited electronic music studios in Poland Holland and Germany. Both in 1953 and in 1961, or. Ussachevsky served As an american Delegate to conferences on electronic music in Paris. Colgate schedules dancers Hamilton As the concluding attraction in Colgate University a 1964-65 concert series the Jose Limon dance company will perform at the Colgate memorial Chapel on thursday March 4 at 8 30 . Regarded by critics As one of the Foremost America dancers and choreographers Limon has been referred to As a the leading male dancer of our performances in Buenos Aires Lima san Francisco new York Berlin Warsaw Belgrade Lisbon London and Paris and annual Tours of North America have earned Limon and his com Pany a reputation As Quot the Dis. To anguished ambassadors of Limon is the sixth and final artist scheduled to appear at col. Gate in connection with the uni. Varsity a a 1964-65 concert series. Other performances have been Given by the after dinner opera company the Baltimore symph ony Lili Kraus new York pro Musica the Renaissance band and Carlos Montoya. Additional information regard ing Limons performance and reservations May be obtained through the office of Lloyd Huntley director of Colgate univer. Sity concert series Hamilton new York. Astronomy topic a at Colgate Hamilton As part of Colgate University a 1964-65 Public astronomy program Anthony f. A veld instructor in astronomy will deliver an illustrated lecture entitled. A Mars planet of mystery a on wednesday March 3 at Mcgregory Hall room 212 at 7 30 . The film a planet Earth so. Hence and space will follow and the Colgate Observatory will be open from 8 30-10 30 . Wea ther permitting. Utilizing the Observatory a 12-Inch reflecting Telescope and 4-Lnch refracting Telescope the Jubile is invited to View Orion Nebula a Cloud of incandescent Gas 1500 Light years from Earth and the planet red Mars. Wednesdays program is the fourth in a series of six sch. Edued presentations sponsored by Colgate and coordinated by or. Avant the series has been enthusiastically received thus far with Over 150 attending the first program in the 1965 series on january 13. Anderson Michael Backo Mich Elle Barbarossa Douglas Battin Linda Bedford Anne Benedict Margaret Bennett Theresa by. Viano Elaine blood Donna Brown Candace Brunig Nancy Carabell Julie Caravelle Jon Carpenter Kitty Chase John Crawford Barbara Devine Mary Devine Carol Elsworth con. Stance Fielding Andrea Foster Donna Franklin Joseph Garofalo Stephen Hackett Linda Hale a. Vid Halberg Dale Hansen Peter Heotis Donna Ingraham Judy Jackson Mary Ann Kalicicki Marylin Karlson Steven King Brenda Kleckley Linda Kreiner Catherine Loscavio Mark Man. Smith Ruth Mason Monica Mead Martha Meiborg Herbert men Del Susan Mahler Paul Mirabito Nancy Nolan Dee Ann o Brien Mary Beth Paino David Phil lips Priscilla Quincy Margaret Ratcliff Kathleen Rotundo a. Tricia Ryan William Schwind Gary Squires Richard Stroh Judy Thompson Cheryl Trask Deborah Vantine Kenneth Wales and Jeanne Waring. High Honor Grade 9�?Mary Jane Berman june Boulanger John caporal Christine Ellison Mary Famo. Laro Sheryl Franklin Douglas Fuess Sharon Garafalo Dennis Leahy John Maxian Elaine my. Ler Anthony Mirabito Kathleen Moore Sandra Piper Carol Reed Georgeanna Scheer Ellen Schnur Stephen Simmons Susan Simmons Susan Swertfager Vicky Thorpe. Honor Roll James Budness David Adams John Arr la Mark Asma Blake Barrett Frank Blanchi Martha Billano Martha Biviano Louis Boydstun Gail Brown Douglas Burdick James Carvel. As Marie Chase Mary Ann Chi. Arino Kathleen Cole Timothy Cooke Richard Davidson Mary Jane Faatz Bruce Fernalld Kathleen figary Diane Frank Lin Bruce Gever David Gever Rene Harrell James Harris Charles Hull Ann Hust William Kenyon Donna Kirchbaum Mary Kline Jacqueline Kreiner Michael Lagreca Sandra Lapierre Francis Lawton Marlane Law. Ton Christopher Leal Bette Lett Ner David Lent Patricia loll Man Linda Lopiccolo Wayne Lynk John Michels Joan Miller Sandra Natoll Alexander Neill John Newton Laura Richard Grace Rowe Sandra Rump jul. Dith Ryan Grace Sawyer Brenda Sayles Samuel scald a Edith Shaffer Bruce Schuessler Fred. Erie Spencer Susan Tiffany Kathryn Waffle Carolyn Wight Man Debra Huson Judy Yacano and Lorrie Leno. Abby Brewster will lie portrayed in the forthcoming Nuhs drama department production of a arsenic and old on March 5 and 6, by Gail child top. And Diane artist. Gail is a cheerleader had the Lead in the senior play is senior editor of the Archive Secretary of Alpha Sigma Chi and mender of the modern dance classical and debate clubs. Diane is vice president of the debate club and her his club yearbook business manager member of the Tornado boosters and student director of the modern dance club. Both girls Are seniors at Nuhs. Autos collide near Greene two southbound cars on route 12 tangled late saturday night resulting in the arrest of one of the Drivers. State police said the vehicles were operated by Roland Stein wart 33, of Vestal and m. P. Schermerhorn 26, of Kings ferry. Schermerhorn in the rear car started to pass Steinwart then pulled Back into the southbound Lane when he saw another Lehi. Cie approaching. When the North. Bound Lane was Clear again schermerhorn pulled out to pass misjudged the distance and struck the left rear of the Steinwart car. Schermerhorn was charged with interfering with the Safe operation of a motor vehicle and is to appear before Justice George Marquette of Greene. Investigated by trooper Fuente of the Norwich substation the Accident happened at 11 45 . Some two and a half Miles South of Greene Village. 4 Star spangled Way to Send a son to College educators expect a year of College will Cost at least $2,500 by the time the class of �?T76 Don their freshman beanies. But you can it it for less by buying series e savings Bonds now. That a because Bonds pay you Back $4 at maturity for every $3 you invest. Bonds Are a Good Deal in another Way too. Because they help preserve your songs Freedom to use his education. Uncle Sam makes Good use of the Money safeguarding our interests around the world. If you like you can build your College fund automatically by in lying Bonds on the payroll savings plan where you work. All you need is a payroll savings application a and a promising youngster. Quick facts about series e savings Bonds iou get Back is for every s3 at maturity 7j4 years no pay no state or local income tax and can defer payment of Federal tax until the Bonds Are cashed \ our Bonds Are replaced free if lost destroyed or stolen iou tan get Jour mime when it of need it buy i Bonds for growth h Bonds for current income keep Freedom in your future with u. S. Savings Bonds i i . Tavern a Ofil Dor a to it inn for to thank i a a Ilyf coition ply to cart it i it tip. Che frat writ Pep. 11 per or their pm Trio in Chenango cooperative holds annual meeting sue Pannick above who will play the part of a the girl next door a a ministers daughter in the Nuhs drama departments presentation of a arsenic and old lace on March 5 and 6 in the school auditorium. A senior sue is chaplain of her his club. She will play opposite Jack Leahy below also a senior who will be seen in the role of Mortimer Brewster the a a Normal Nephew of two Homicidal old ladies and who is in love with the a girl next door. Jack is president of his class Captain of the swim team a varsity foot Jall player and track Man and his club member. The 81st annual meeting of policyholders and directors of the Chenango co operative insurance company was held recently in the Bluebird Annex in Norwich. The meeting was held in the morning at which time the following directors were re elected for a term of three years War Ren Bailey Canastota Wilford Boice Walton George Gilbert Pitcher George Many Hobart and mrs. Dora Matteson new Berlin Ernest Cobb Greene George Evans Richfield Springs. A dinner was served at noon to the directors agents and of. Fice staff of the company after which the annual Board of directors meeting was held. Earl b. Clark of North nor. Wich was re elected for his 20th term As president of the com. Pany. Other officers elected were Floyd c. Sholes vice. President. Columbus e. Paul Barrett treasurer. Norwich mrs. Dorothy Crandall asst. Treasurer. Norwich Earl he Sincerbox executive Secretary. Norwich and Daniel Musson sex. Ecu Tive committee. Gilberts. Ville. Mishaps kill 15 Over weekend Albany . Apr two men perform ing household chores one replacing a broken window pane and the other fix state role urged in Blue Cross new York apr state sen. Seymour r. Thaler Queens Democrat suggests a state role in Blue Cross hospitalization in. Durance As a Means of holding Down rates. Thaler Long a critic of the in. Durance plans operations suggested three possible moves to hold Down rates on a wac. Radio program sunday a he asked that the joint legislative committee on Public health consider empower ing gov. Nelson a Rockefeller to appoint the Board of new York Blue Cross. A the insurance plan might be turned into a a Public author Ity very much like the new York port a some state Agency might be Given the Power to Check and evaluate costs in participating hospitals. Associated Hospital service of new York inc. Is the official name of the nonprofit Blue Cross plan embracing new York City and 17 downstate new York counties. Ing a machine were among the 15 persons killed in weekend accidents in new York state. Ten persons died in traffic accidents three in fires and two in other mishaps in the 54-hour period from 6 . Friday to Midnight sunday. Raymond Garcia 40, of new York City was killed saturday when he fell from a window in his fourth floor apartment As he tried to replace a pane. John Kelso 39, of St. Regis Falls Franklin county died saturday of Burns suffered Fri. Day night at a Home workshop. He was working on a Power sled police said when fumes from the sled were ignited by a Gas Heater. Other accidents by Community included Friday night. Newark a mrs. Rose Cinelli 58, of Lyons automobile hit Utility pole. Saturday Buffalo a Frank Bieber 49, Orchard Park truck struck util Ity pole in West Seneca. Utica Orson l. Buck 85, of Walesville in fire that destroyed his House trailer. Middleport Samuel absence about 45, Appleton hit by Auto. Sunday Manlius a David Bolton 15, North Syracuse Auto hit tree. Glens Falls Harry h. Hodg. Son 28, Glens Falls Auto hit Power pole. Newburgh a mrs. Ella Cook 38, Newburgh Auto hit Bridge abutment. The Secretary reported that the Premium income and volume of insurance written had reached an All time High. Losses to Prem. Sums written on All dwellings amounted to 29 per cent seasonal dwellings 42 per cent farms 59 per cent and commercial properties 1� per cent for an average loss ratio for the com. Pany for 1964 of 65 per cent. Agency representation was increased during the year in the ten counties in which tile company operates. The Secretary further reported to the Board that All of the operations of the company Are now being handled through an ism system of insurance data processing. The insurance rates for 1965 remain unchanged except for a slight increase for coverage on Mobile Homes. Roger ladders company and. Juster talked on a loss adjust ing practices. Robert Carpen ter company Field Man led a Dis. Cussion on a policy provisions and coverages including a new variable produce clause which the company has adopted. Economic Post to Christian Harold b. Christian of Jot son City has been appointed Field consultant for the Stati office of economic Opportunity to work with communities in nine counties of the Southern tier. His appointment was announced by Alexander Aldrich executive assistant to governor Rockefeller and chairman of the governors special Cabinet committee to coordinate the economic Opportunity act. F or. Christian whose salary will be $9,070 a year will like other Field consultants assist communities in the development of their anti poverty programs. His area of responsibility will include Broome Tioga Chemung Tompkins Schuyler Yates Steuben Cortland and Chenango counties. A Veteran of world War ii. Or. Christian 56, was mayor of Johnson City from 1949 to 1951, and supervisor of the Tow of Union from 1953 to 196-j music to decorate a room by. You pick a theme choose a color scheme and Ham it Ai House Interior designers will Supply the old Black magic Well do you a rhapsody in Blue room a Little Brown Jug room or one that s keen Green we can t quite decide How to do a Quot Wanna hold your hand Quot room but we do have a deep purple Lamb s skin Rug that looks like a beatle mop. If you want to change your House from mood indigo to s wonderful. Phone 334�?2238 in Norwich or mail Coupon below. If you can t visit us one of Hamilton House professional Interior designers will come see you. Name Street cite. Phone dial 334-2238 68 South Broad open monday through saturday 9 30 5 30 free parking up Mot

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