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Norwich Evening Sun (Newspaper) - March 5, 1968, Norwich, New York We shall service Urban renewal demolition bid is approved Pozoisky Home Syracuse Jaycees damaged Honor w. C. Coyne by fire the evening Sun 3 tuesday March 5, 1968 visible Progress in the City a Urban renewal program will be noted probably within the next two weeks As demolition of seven buildings in the project i area gets underway. Awarding of the contract to we shall service of Little York was approved by the Urban renewal Agency at a meeting monday night. Or director Joseph of Brien told Agency members that the new York office of the housing and Urban development Agency had a no objections to letting the contract to we shall. Signing of the contract was scheduled for 1 30 . Today. Or. Of Brien said that after the signing the contractor and or members would meet to discuss details of the demolition procedure. The or director said that the contractor would be Given to Days to begin work after receiving notice to proceed. According to specifications demolition and site grading should be completed 30 Days later. Representatives of the con tractor will be Here a few Days prior to Start of demolition to arrange for Salvage disposal or. Of Brien said. We shall a bid of $8,888 was Low among to firms submitting bids for the demolition work. Bids ranged up to $22,478. Structures to be demolished include three Story buildings at 71, 73 and 75 North Broad Street and two Story Frame and garage at 77 North Broad 3 Cortland and at 6 and 8 Henry Street. After the area has been cleared next step is to get develop ers to come in and erect new buildings. Or. Of Brien said a new brochure will be assembled and distributed As a Means of attracting developers Agency members approved the recommendation of or. Of Brien to hire Karen Kamsoke As stenographer in the Urban renewal office at a salary of $4,050 a year. Mrs. Kamsoke formerly employed in the City chamberlains office replaces mrs. Helen Bartlett who resigned As of feb. 15. Mrs. Kamsoke a appointment became effective As of March 1. Chenango has no new citizens for the first time in several years no one from Chenango county was among those naturalized at ceremonies Friday in the court House. Six new citizens heard Bainbridge attorney Albert s. De clue Tell them a your government and our theory of government is based on two ideas a those of guaranteed individual rights and the rights of the majority he explained that demonstrators and draft card burners have mistaken the difference Between the two ideas both a which Are equally important but the Bill of rights contained within the Constitution provides for certain freedoms for each citizen or. Declue said but once a Law is enacted it represents the will of the majority and no one has the right to disobey it. Oaths of allegiance were administered by Chenango county clerk John p. Mcguire to mrs. Catherine Youmans of Delhi mrs. Aurora Scerbo of Oneida mrs. Rosemarie Kager of Delhi mrs. Ute Corbin of Kirkville Teofilo Manzanero of Stamford and Richard Silvernail of one Onta re 3. Also addressing the group were mrs. Janet Hill Gordon president of the county bar association and mrs. David Porter representing the capt. John har Ris chapter of the daughters of american revolution. Supreme court Justice David f. Lee jr., of Norwich presided Over the session. Firemen were called to the Home of Joseph Pozefsky 13 Morse Avenue shortly after 6 . Monday to extinguish a Blaze they said was caused by a Short circuit in a television set. Firemen said the to set curtains and Walls and ceiling were on fire when they arrived at the scene. They also reported considerable smoke damage on the first and second floors. Or. Pozefsky had three fire extinguishers which he used until firemen arrived it was reported. Attorney w. Carroll Coyne 36, formerly of Norwich was honoured As the most outstanding Young Man in Onondaga county feb. 29 at the Syracuse Jaycees annual awards banquet where a top executive listed drive desire and hard work As me necessary keys to Success. Coyne is the son of mrs. George l. Manley of this City. He serves actively on the Board of directors of 13 organizations was recipient of the distinguished civic service award for 1967. He was singled out for the Honor from among 20 finalists James m. Enus awards chair obituaries Leon Graves Leon Graves 8 front Street on Dean s list a Frank j. Loscavio son of or. And mrs. Frank Loscavio of 155 East main Street has been named to the Deans list for the past semester at state University of new York agricultural and technical College at Canton. He is majoring in refrigeration and air con. I toning. Loscavio was a Mem. Ber of the class of 1967 at nor wich High school. In Binghamton died in the Bing Hamton general Hospital at 8 15 . Monday. He was born nov. 15, 1903, in Mcdonough the son of rant and Ida Sperry Graves. He was engaged in farming in the Sherburne area for Many years but had resided in Bingham ton for the past six years. Or. Graves is survived by a Nephew Robert Cobb of Binghamton with whom he resided a brother Homer Cobb of Milford conn., four half Sisters mrs. Mae Nightengale of Mcdonough mrs. Stella Manwarren of Sher Burne mrs. Marie Prentice and mrs. Agnes Granger of nor wich a half brother Madison Sayles of Oxford and several nieces and nephews. Funeral and committal services will be held from the Home of Emmit Manwarren a Nephew in Mcdonough at 2 . Thurs Day with the Rev. Wilbur Strader pastor o f the Calvary Bap. List Church officiating. The in ferment will be in Union cemetery in Mcdonough at a later Date. Friends Are invited to Call at the Emmit Manwarren Home in Mcdonough on wednesday afternoon or evening. Arrangements Are by the Robert j. Fahy funeral Home. Education area parents teachers associations Are participating in a a flights on for education week sponsored by the new York state Congress of parents a id teachers from mar. 3 to to. Idea behind the program is to bring educators and Lay citizens to. Gether to discuss current educational issues particularly pending education legislation. Local organizations have cooperated in teaching opportunities display at National Bank and Sun staff photo Trust company of Norwich. From left Are . Wadsworth executive Secretary Chen Ango county chamber of Commerce or. And mrs. Jerry Chomyszak co presidents of the Norwich Pat Homer Sands Bank official and member of the City Board of education and mrs. Gorgette Martin and mrs. Edith Jinks of the Greene Pat. Curriculum enrichment Center of Norwich constructed the exhibit. Openings exist in delay enlistment program the local Navy recruiting station in Oneonta has recently announced several openings in the 120 Day delay enlistment Emmanuel episcopal Church sponsors youth program program. According to chief Robert w. Lawson a Young Man or woman May enlist this month and not leave until sometime in july. The primary advantage to the individual is that he is free of the draft and the four months he spends prior to leaving actually counts As part of his total military obligation. Chief Lawson states that he anticipates very few openings for this program during june or july and urges All inter ested High school seniors to make their plans Well in Advance of this summer. Chief Lawson May be Contact. De at the Navy recruiting Sta Tion at 7 Elm Street in Oneonta or by calling 432-4450. Man said. In listing coyness achieve ments at the event which Drew 450 persons to the hotel Syracuse ballroom enus said he a is a Man self motivated but his motives Arentt j. Mccall Hughes president of Mutual of new York was the main speaker. Coyne who follows a line of outstanding Community leaders in receiving the Jaycee award is a member of Hancock Ryan shove and Hust Law firm. He is a member of the Board of directors of the Syracuse boys club Community health information and planning ser i vice Syracuse symphony orchestra varsity club of Syracuse University Syracuse University Library associates his cock Legal Aid society and will amp Baumer Candle co., inc. Mayor William f. Walsh also spoke at the event. Pulse of the City weather Cloudy and colder tonight with some Light Snow Likely Low temperatures 15 to 20. Variable cloudiness wednesday with a few Snow flurries High temperatures n the 20s. West to Northwest winds becoming variable 8 to 15 mph tonight and wednesday. Astronomical Sun sets tonight at 5 53 Sun rises wednesday 6 29 Sun sets wednesday 5 54 temperature 8 . Mon. To 8 . Tues maximum 39 minimum 12 precipitation one Inch Snow snowfall to Date 64.7 inches events today Norwich kiwanis club 615 at Canasa Acta country club. Norwich Lodge 302, of amp am 7 30 in masonic Temple. Norwich Lodge 364,. 8 o clock in Moose rooms. Norwich Council 211 k of a 8 of clock in Birdsall Street Hall. Alcoholics Anonymous 8 of clock in lutheran Church. Meeting of milk producers to discuss class i base plan 8 of clock in Sherburne municipal building. Events wednesday veterans of world War i bar Racks 183, 8 . In legion Home 29 Sheldon Street. Or. Brustowicz opens office or. Theodore r. Brustowicz officially announced the opening of his new and private office in the medical arts building Norwich. His practice will be limited to obstetrics and gynaecology and hours will be by appointment Only. The new Telephone number is 334-2756. Lee Kraus appointed at Gla Gerard f. Oberrender vice president for marketing announces the appointment of Lee g. Kraus As manager of contract administration. In his new position he will have the responsibility for negotiation and management of . S contracts in the original equipment manufacturing category and for recommending and reflecting contractual policy. Or. Kraus was formerly with the reaction motor division of Thi Okol chemical company As manager of contracts and has been associated with Fairchild camera and instruments company and the Curtis Wright corporation As a contract administrator. He is a graduate of Fairleigh Dickinson University and has a . Degree in business management. He has taken advanced courses at George Washington University and at the College of William and Mary. With his wife Elizabeth and three children the Kraus family will be living in Norwich. Medical society seeks pictures of 2 doctors the Chenango county medical society would like to obtain pictures of the late or. Homer Smith and or. Ormsby both of whom had offices and practice in this Community. Any information regarding pictures May be sent to or. George l. Manley Norwich. Robert j. Fahy funeral Home 116 n. Broad St. Dial 334-8835 on wednesday evening March 6, at 7, Emmanuel episcopal Church in Norwich is sponsoring a program to which High school age Young people Are invited. A it begins a a one hour program of prose poetry and original music concerning the Advent of Man will be presented by the readers theatre quartet of the state University College at Cortland under the direction of professor Bruce Sweet. Selections for a it begins include excerpts from a the pass Over plot by Hugh Schonfield a Franny and Zooey by . Salinger a the last temptation of Christ by Nikos Kazantzakis and a sometimes a great notion by Ken Kesey. Also included will be a ten for Viveca a a series of Short readings selected by or. Sweet especially for miss Viveca Lindfors who performed at Cortland with the strolling players in 1967. The readers theatre quartet was founded by or. Sweet last year when he joined the faculty of the department of speech and theatre arts. It has met with enthusiastic response As the no Long walk quartet performed before school Church and religious groups in the Cortland area. Members of the quartet Are Betsy Corey of Cortland Susan Saltz of Bayside James Henderson of Ontario Thomas Minardi of Hicksville. All Are sophomores except or. Henderson who is a senior. The women students Are speech and theatre majors and the men Are English majors. Another Cortland student Robert Burleigh has written the original music for guitar which is being used by the quartet. He is a senior music major. Playing and singing the musical portions of a it begins Are Bruce Siegel of Schenectady Gale Svenson of Bemus Point and Judy Cole of Norwich. Molly Casey of Geneva has served As production manager. High school age Young people from the area have been invited through their churches to attend this program and to participate in the discussion following the performance. Groups from Bing Hamton and Cooperstown will be special guests that evening. Limner # 6 East main Street we Are right smack in the Middle of activity Entrance direct a from parking lot at income tax time when ready Cash is needed do the sensible thing. Talk to us in Confidence about a personal loan. Rely on our years of experience to give you prompt service. Reasonable rates. The Chenango county National Busk Trest la. 33 no. Broad St. The upper Bonk Norwich n y. Fou can test drive a Cutlass s for fun. Fou can buy one for $2632. 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