Wellsville Daily Reporter in Wellsville, New-York 20 May 1963
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Wellsville Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - May 20, 1963, Wellsville, New York
May 1963 w6lisviil6 daily new York Pagi Tva reservations due for demo county rally reservations will be due tonight for the fundraising dinner of Al legacy county democrats to be held Here according to general chairman Leo Lud the dinner is scheduled for at the vow Ludden said Robert Thurner will be toastmaster at the ban which will feature As guest speaker the new York state democratic party William in charge of tables and serving Are Robert Robert Richard Embser and Leo Gus in charge of preparation and has secured the services of Jack Cretekos and miss Joanne tickets Are in the hands of a Large namely the 84 committeemen of Allegany coun Ludden singing and entertainment will be handled by Bill form Erly of the Gold Many celebrities of the demo cratic party Are expected to at tend and a Good crowd is Antici Ludden women of Moose awarded degree at annual meeting ten members of the Wellsville chapter of the women of the Moose received the Academy of Friendship degree at the annual state meeting held recently in they were Phyllis Wash Marjorie Thelma Edith Good Mary Marie Elvena free Jean Edna and Beverly Mae Lauzze and Geneva Morrison of the local chapter were selected to take part in the ritualistic ceremony of con Ferring this among the honoured guests for the session was miss Helen Leit former of the grand coun cil of the women of the other members who previously had obtained this present at the meeting were Maxine Louise Esther by Florence Ruth Helen Walsh and Annamae Hospital notes Jones memorial Hospital census 61 5 babies 3 operations admissions Turbesi Fassett Reid Fillmore David Scio Max re 1 Lee 48 pleasant Edward 57 Franklin David re 2 Raymond Belmont Jennie 186 main William Raymond tone River Side Robert Bolivar discharges Kenneth Clark and 360 state Douglas Whitesville Conley Hinman and Daugh Friendship Cyrus Little Genesee George Ellis Heights Janice Bolivar baby boy 1501 state Cynthia re 1 Charles Riverview Heights miss Gretchen 61 Earlcy births a son was born this morning to Kenneth and Barbara Sweet Rey nolds of South Cuba memorial admissions Willis Friendship Andrew Caneadea Chester Friendship miss Linda hour Hon Sarah Friendship miss Carol Caneadea discharges miss rim Friendship Larry Black Creek miss Judy Black Creek miss Lisa Friend ship Patricia Randall Ana Rushford Bertha Riviera Minnie Friendship Rillie Franklin Yule Denzer Friendship june Luce and Rushford Francis discharges Ronald Cuba Stams to witness movie wednesday the Southern tier activities for multiple sclerosis unit will meet wednesday in the clinic room of Jones memorial at Jene registered physical will present the movie the return physical therapy be police reports Villa bit Walls Villa one oar property damage at 11 saturday involving car operated by Ray Schmelzer of 40 state be hide pulled into firemen parking lot in Park operator reported foot slipped off Brake and onto car went into Lilac Bushes at Edge of report received from James Clark that was bitten on leg by dog owned by Ollie Mcdowell dog ordered confined for 10 report received from George that Gorelco Shaver and Winter coat stolen from car while it was parked behind Gib sons last state police Wellsville one car personal see Story Centerville see Story one car property nine tenths mile North of 244 in county Road town of Alfred involving car operated by Fern North bound vehicles right wheels went off Highway and operator lost Conj tool in attempting to pull Back on to car crossed to left Side of Highway and went Over 15foot embankment causing slight dam age to right Side of summons issued Vivian speeding to appear before police Justice Philip summons issued Richard speeding to appear before peace Justice Robert town of summons issued William speeding posted bail for appearance later before Justice Mcninch also posted bail for appearance on speeding summons issued later in afternoon in radar summons issued Howard speeding to appear before Justice summons issued Bruce speeding to appear before Justice summons issued Harold Bluff speeding to appear before Justice summons issued Wilbur wat 495 main speeding to appear before Justice summons issued Josephine Alfred speeding to appear before Justice arraigned Lawrence speeding fined on appearance before Justice summons issued Ervin speeding to appear before Justice summons issued Garth speeding to appear before Justice summons issued Joseph speeding to appear be fore Justice summons issued James Wil speeding to appear before peace Justice Erwim town of summonses issued Gary no tax plate and unregistered motor vehicle to appear before Justice summons issued Albert Cau re unlicensed operator to appear before Justice in Gilder summons issued to Richard speeding to appear before peace Justice Rich Ard town of summons issued John Buo no passed Stop sign to appear before peace Justice Ern est town of summons issued to William passed Stop sign to appear before Justice summons issued to James passed Stop sign to appear before Justice summons issued Donald speeding to appear before Justice summons issued Paul speeding to appear before Justice summons issued to Terry re speeding to appear before Justice summons issued Howard Tan Seneca speeding to appear before Justice summons issued to Elwin speeding to appear before peace Justice Clifford town of summons issued Rose speeding to appear before Justice summons issued Philip speeding to appear before peace Justice Daniel town of summons issued Raymond speeding to appear before Justice summons issued Parwin Pur in adequate Muffler to appear before peace Justice Clair town of summons issued to Edward Madison no inspection certificate to appear before peace Justice William town of summons issued Myrtle cot failed to keep right to appear before peace Justice Clifford town of summons issued Bernard Westons speeding to appear before Justice local teachers to be feted by Wellsville Pat Council county auxiliary renames officers the entire slate of with the exception of vice was real cycled thursday night at the Spring meeting of the Alle Gany county firemen mooting was held in the Williria fire with 60 atm bars renamed were miss Janet president Bernice Secre tary Loretta k o u b e assistant Secretary Mario treasurer and Hazel assistant Loretta new Hud was elected Vico president to succeed Jean Allen Helen was named Delegate to the state convention at Niagara with Jordan selected us annual picnic of the organization will be held july 18 at the Black Creek Home of Roberta i members were informed the Sites for quarterly meetings were new Hudson fire Hall Belmont and proclamation following is the proclamation issued by mayor Robert Gardner calling for local Observance of teacher recognition Day being observed tuesday throughout new York state recognition Day of a teacher recognition Day proclamation by mayor Gardner is witnessed by James president of the teachers association of and Michael newly elected president of Wellsville Pat the Council will entertain local teachers tuesday afternoon with pie and reporter i teachers of Wellsville Central schools wil1 be honoured tuesday by the local Pat Council at a pie and Coffee hour scheduled for tuesday at the Community the event will be the local Observance of teacher recognition Day being celebrated throughout new York to be recognized in absent a will be state representative to the National con Gress of parents and who was Given a National life membership by the local at a meeting May 11 in Cochran now is in Florida attending a National guest speaker will be George now retired and a Resi Dent of Jammer is a former superintendent of the local who served nearly two decades Here and later was superintendent for a similar term at others to be heard will include Craig student Council pres ident and recipient designate of 1963 scholarship of the teach ers Given annually to a was graduate who intends to prepare for a teaching custom of past years will be followed with presentations of Jen Kins memorial and recognition of retiring superintendent John Gilmore and elementary principal Nichoas Yurcic will share conduct of the meeting with Pat Council Lead members of the future teachers association at Wellsville High school will under supervision of faculty advisor Mary Kay school Board members also will be music will be provided by a string ensemble from the was under the Baton of a Delbert local chapter hosts Oes District staff at annual visitation Burton chapter order of the Eastern was Host of to an Nual official visit by District offic District Deputy ont id Matron Jeanne Gibney and Nond lecturer Cyd de Grees of the order were conferred in Ruth Amnion and Marian Cor past grand officers and present matrons and patrons were escort re to Tho East and accorded grand past matrons and patrons were Given grand honors from the Othney Spove of the significance of mothers Day and the Dif Ference in the teachings of our children and russian she mentioned steadfastness As the basis of our if we can remember that Christ was lonely but that his Victory was finally we can fare our troubles and come Cut on she Yorton expressed the desire of the grand officers for members to buy seals and jewelry to sup port the he reviewed the duties of the sen and color bearer and concluded with a poem about our both District officers congratulated the officers on their Fine work and welcomed the newly in listed Florence goal Sechlus and Tho officers presented Gincy with a Basket of Spring Patron Lawrence presented Yorton with a car Penters and following the members were escorted to the dining room for refreshments served by Alda Adah Marie Hal Grace Graves and their today teachers perform their important Mission with a spirit of dedication that is vital if our nation is to meet the challenges of the space that dedication helps each Stu irrespective of Creed or native to become All he is capable of be and simultaneously helps him to take his place in our skill in teaching equips him to be come a worthwhile height ens his appreciation of the Good life and helps him to become and remain a mature the enthusiasm of our teachers is a source of inspiration to the their their Lect tial and their re Spect for excellence Spur the Dent on to his greatest even in adult their spirit of inquiry awakens his curiosity their attitude challenges his initiative their encouragement stimulates his the example of our Teacle ers leaves its Mark upon All a Book they their respect for the Best in Man and for our cherished american traditions is reflected in the attitude of their contemporaries toward the student enjoys them the Parent honors them the future teacher defers to them the Community esteems it requires these qualities and More for our teachers to play their part in helping preserve our demo cratic ideals in a hostile these ideals require that our Edu cation not terminate it h i g i or even but that it be carried on throughout life so As to equip our people to face the realities of our our teachers have Mot this Challenge and will continue to do Hubert mayor of the Village of do hereby proclaim May us Tkacik Khz recognition Day in and urge that every person in this Community join me in Hon Oring our and in express ing to them our sincere appreciation for their contribution to the lives of our f signed Robert Village of Wildsville local Man Hurt in one car crash Raymond of River Side was reported in Rood condition this morning at Jones me Morial Hospital after he lost control of his car in 17 Early last the youth is being treated for multiple abrasions and contusions of the right knee and hip and an injured left according to local state police Craig lost control of his Auto bile when he attempted to pull Back onto the Road after the right wheels went off the the car rolled coming to rest on its wheels on the South the 6 occurred Miles East of county Road i warm 72 it sordid it today at winds Roar guiltily through winds yesterday failed to keep the Mercury from shooting up to a warm but today the temperature was not expected to come close to that lire Rains which Damp ened spirits As the week were expected to give Way to something better at least until regional forecast clouding up again be coming Windy with More showers by tuesday Low in mid mostly showery and cooler Southwest to West 15 to very Gusty at extended forecast temperatures will average neat Normal seasonal Cool tues Day and warming then cooler again at the end of the rain is expected tuesday and again near the end of the averaging about one half temperature normals Day time Middle 60s to Low 70s nighttime 45 to local report a total of of an Inch of rain fell on the area during the 24 hours preceding noon barometric pres sure at that time was rising from temperatures recorded wore yesterday noon 3 g 9 Midnight today 3 i 9 state police help arrives too late to save paraplegic William Chester of county Rood 38 in the town of a shot and killed himself saturday afternoon while a i Cal trooper Trie vainly to keep him talking on the Tele a state police car was dispatched to the scene in an Effort to pre vent the tragedy but arrived Loo trooper Hayes heard the shot Over lie phone two minutes after the Conle Orvllle Man called the local station to report he had just killed his dog and was going to take his own lie had been confined to a wheel chair for the past nine years and reportedly suffered a great Deal of trooper William Coots Dixius am investigator Mills lot ind the body a Short White Gany county Corner Stanley Webster of Friendship issued a certificate of death due to a inflicted Caliper Rifle Bullet through the right the body was taken to Kopleff funeral Home at fun eral arrangements Are Boca have three known Means of communication sound and chemical wowed pc Coffee tables Doug boxes pictures mile East of on route 1 wu1tesvillk whiles Villo Rebekah Lodge will moot tirs Dav night it in the Metli Odist members were asked to note the change in bad cock Driver slightly Hurt in one car crash f miss Gyc Tchen sustained a lacerated left Elbow and multiple head and body bruises when her car overturned Satur Day the daughter of and John 61 Early she was returning Home from her work in Dansville when the Accident occurred in county about 1a Miles West of 36 in the town of miss Arnold said she lost control of the vehicle after the wheels went off the Edge of the Road while she was negotiating a the car rolled Over and came to rest on its the Driver attributed her minor injuries to the fact she was Wear ing a scat miss a dental was an overnight patient in Jones memorial Hospital Here follow ing the living costs represent 80 per Chih of the present budget at Public and about 65 per cent in private Ken jun1 will Captain Lehigh univer1 Sites swimming team next i visitors from and Sidney Wilson and and Chester Inscho of Wayland visited miss Emily Musj to of Proctor Terrace on Jiu i Public is regular weekly j physical therapy program will be Gin at 5 Woodwork Garden Market is now open with a Choice display of Ger pansies and a Complete line of annual Price out and visit our new stand on Woodwork Cotton Ball May 25th 9 o 1 Wellsville country club sponsored by Jaycee of Benefit Jones Hospital Ier couple tickets at Hamiltons and cannons music by notables last times tonight to kill a mocking Bird Start tuesday utom Motomi a Haliv Nuvi in Haik f half used women of two Contin Nis without shame of guilt i m 25c feature times local ceramics club holds annual exhibit Wellsville ceramics club is hold ing its fourth annual exhibit at the David Howe Library this monday through More than 250 pieces Are bring presented for Public viewing Dur ing Library admission is the exhibit will he judged to Morrow by Ruth lot Creon of a teacher it Buffalo ceramics and Art Supply Donald Art instructor at Bolivar Central school and har old an Engineer at air preheat or Angelica a pcs plans tribute to seniors Angelica the women society of Christian service of the first methodist Church will hold a luncheon thursday noon at the Church to Honor senior transportation will provided for former Active members who Are now unable to attend regular regular members Are to bring a dish to a meeting Wip to held following the election of officers also be held and installation conducted by the Allen Circle will meet members of Naomi Circle of the first methodist Church will meet at the Home of Shirley 449 Highland at 8 program will be Given by Doyle District Secretary of spiritual All mothers of preschool children Are Welcome to summer coolness in easy easy 100 Arnel Tri acetate the jewel neckline full pleated skirt swings you gayly into colors Maize sizes 12 to 20 make mine Davies or perfect tribute to the memory of one Well loved to soften the sorrow of loss the memory of a truly Beautiful final tribute to loved can be Rich in Solace and spiritual inspiration for come in and select your Monument or Marker now while our Stock is we will be glad to meet you evenings and sundays by Mikers Wellsville Monument works manager 193 South main Street phone 1134 906 serving Western new York for Over 40 years
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