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AN 0 Sit © C KMOU f, D MM® C R A T VOL.XCK Hi Almost Policeman's Car •' n * * On Christmas Day Brockport police arrested Robert Clyde Fat- no, 54, of the Lake Ed. South, Brockport, for driving while in- toxicated. He was apprehended am Par* Ave. after he bad almost nm into the officer's own car, Since,this was his second ar- rest on the same charge within 15 months, it becomes a felony, and Patau) was ordered held for grand jury action on Monday of this week. gftABUBHEP OCT. M . tSSi. CONSOUPATEn JUNK « «ftt BROCKPORT, N. Y,THURSDAY, JANUARY 6,tflSS 10c Copy-—$3.50 per Year $»* m Norman Rudman Renamed To Post By Truck Group Officers were elected at a special meeting of the Association for Trucking Progress held Dec. 29th at the Brockport Legion Building. A H. \McNeil of Rochester defeat- ed Alton Warner of Brockport for preseident by a 31-vote margin. •McNeil served as the first vice- president of the organization while Clifford Ennis of Holley was president Peter Hollebrand of Ontario Center defeated* Richard Lewis for vice-president, and Norman Rudman of Brockport was re- elected'treasurer over Lee Lewis of Rochester by an 18-vote marg- in. The newly elected directors are 'Howard Bowen of Holley, Fred Langdon of Lyndonvttle, Lawrence Merritt of Batavia, C. Bromley, Richard Lewis, and W. Johncbx of Rochester, and Joseph Keable of Brockport. All posi- tions were contested. The secretary is an appointed officer-and Clifford Etmis will con- tinue in that capcity for the time being. The new president, A. H» McNeil, appointed Fred Wolf of HuBberton as membership chair- man. The new officers and secretary. Clifford Ennls, will meet Tuesday, Jan- 11, ait the residence of How- ard Bower* to confer with the state president, Lawrence Carroll of New York City. A meeting of the bulletin com- mittee wQl be held tomorrow (Friday) evening, Jan. 7, at the home of the retiring president, Alton Warner, 7 Barry St, Brock- port. Barn Destroyed In Walker Fire Fire of undetermined origin early Saturday morning destroy- ed a large barn on the North Hamlin Rd., Walker. Firemen from Hilton under chief Vern Pickett answered the original alarm at about 4.-30 a-m. Then the Walker Fire Depart- ment, under chief Carl Westeott, in whose territory the fire oc- curred, took over. The barn, which was unin- sured, was owned by George Wilkins, of 455 Raines Ph., Roch- ester. In it was a considerable amount of machinery owned by Howard Crumb, of 307 Curtis Rd, Hilton. His loss was insured. Crumb estimated the total damage at from $8,000 to $10,000. Engaged Hospital Notes Maternity: Mrs. James Snyder and son of Hilton; Mrs. Roosevelt Bouie and daughter of Holley: Mrs. Walter Fisher and daugh ter of Kendall; Mrs. Daniel Stev- ens and daughter of N. Chili; and Mrs. Warren Zollweg and daugh- ter of Spencerport. Medical and surgical: Susan Levandowski of Albion; Mrs. Vic tor Hunt of Bergen; Mrs. Otto Thorns, Mrs. Alma Jubenvttle, Robert J. Iveson, Mrs. June Barb- er, Arthur Pullman and Master Timothy Luskey of Brockport; Mrs. George Rose of Clarendon; Harry Whipple of Clarkson; Ray mond Haskins of Hilton; Albert Cain and Charles Hogestyn of Holley; Mrs. Charles Wyland of Spencerport. Admitted and discharged: Re- becca Blossom of Albion; Mrs. William Nichols and son, Master James Northrup and Mrs. Ray mond Burley and son of Brock- port; Mrs. Lyle Williams and son, Mrs. Dwigfat Northrup, Janice Freeman, Mrs. Robert Jackling and daughter and Master Paul Michael Rood of Hilton; Mrs. WH 11am Tice and daughter and Kathy Stymus of Holley; Master Steph- en Barton and Mrs. Michael La- vell and son of Spencerport. Other discharges: Mrs. Char- lotte DeRuyscher, Mrs. Rodney Knowles, Mrs. James Heinrich and daughter and Mrs. Roy Han- nan add daughter of Brockport; Mrs. Roy Rouse of Clarendon; Mrs. Frank Frarmica, Mrs. Milton Hilfiker and daughter, Mrs- Charles Engert and Mrs. Hannah Kemp of Holley; Mrs. Robert Swan and son of Morton; Mrs. George Cross of Spencerport. $109 Fine Results A Greece motorist paid a fine of $100 on Monday morning on a' charge of reckless driving as the result of his arrest last Thursday afternoon by officer Edward Hop- kins ©T the Brockport Police De- partment after he had led the of- ficer a chase through the streets of the village. The motorist was Jerry F. Schattner, 19, of 33 Forgham Rot, Greece, and' officer Hopkins first noticed him speeding in the down- town section at 520 p.m. He gave chase and followed the youth south on Main St. to Holley St., thence on TJtica, Maxon, Kenyan, Monroe Ave., .TJtica, Holley, and Perry Sts. At the intersection of Perry and* Holley Sts. Schattner's car hit a tree on the southwest corner, and the front end of the vehicle was damaged. The driver was not in- jured. He was arraigned before peace justice Enos Benedict on a charge of reckless driving, but pleaded not guilty and was ordered held on $1©Q property bond. The case was adjourned to Monday, when at a hearing at 10:00 ajn. Schatt- ner pleaded guilty and was fined $100 by justice Benedict. At tbe beginning of the chase officer Hopkins called the sheriff's department by radio, and deputy sheriffs in too cars arrived to as- sist, but Schattner had already been captured. Cubs The Cub Scouts of Pack 1 held their annual Christmas party during the Christmas vacation on Tuesday, Dec 28th. They decor- ated their tree, sang carols, played games and topped it off with cook- ies and foe cream.\ Two new boys were welcomed into the pack, Robert McCaulej and Albert Jspneiahn Jr. Ad- vancements were awarded to David Connor and James Whipple, bear badge, gold arrow; Keith Taif, two Hon silver arrows and Spud Spurgeon, lion badge, gold arrow, and two silver arrows. N ine - Member Advisory \:£ A. nine-member advisory council, to replace the board of visitors for Brockport State Teachers College^ was named last week by Gov, Dewey before his term of office expired, v ' ' n • hi •( As , Avis C Bridgeman Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Bridge- man of Buffalo announce the en- 'gagement of their daughter. Avis CL Bridgeman, to Roland J. Binas, son of Mr. and Mrs. Johns Binas of the Cook Rd* Holley. Miss Bridgeman and Mr. Rinas are graduates of HoHey Central The wedding is being planned for Jan. 29,1056. - * • « • Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt B. Conn of Gbeektowaga have announced the engagement of their daughter, Jo- anne Pearl, to Rodger Alan Clark, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald F. Clark of Albion. Both Miss Conn and Mr. Clark are, attending the University of Buffalo. The wedding wfll take place April 2, 1955. * * * * THOKESEN-^CARIO Mr. and^Mrs. Albert H. Carlo of Hamlhuarmounce the engage- ment of their daughter, Mary Jean to Carl G. Thoresen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hookan G. Thoresen of Westfatt Rd., Rochester. s Miss Carlo is a graduate of the State Teachers College at Brock- port and is a member of the fac- ulty of the Albion Grammar School. • Mr. Thoresen is a fourth year engineeringstudent at the Roch- ester Institute of Technology. Films Available At BSTC The Audio-Visual Center at Brockport State Teachers College have films available each month for groups who may wish to pre- view them- Current films include: \Community Governments, How they function.\ This is in black and white and takes about 13% miautes. \Design of Americas Public Education\ is a 16 minute film in black and white. \Govern- ment Is Your Business,\ is a 30 minute dramatic presentation hi black and white. \The Legislative Process,\ is a 29 minute color film showing the General Assembly of Tndfa\a in action, and tbe steps in how a bill becomes a law. Scheduled showings of these films have been discontinued for the time being, but the films are available at the college. Tom Morone/s Herd Registered The unanimous election of Thomas J. Moroney of Brockport to membership in the Ayrshire Breeders' Association has been announced by the National Sec- retary, Chester C. Ihitney of Brandon, VL The ancestors of the herd of dairy cows by Moroney trace back to 'the heather-covered hffis of County Ayr, Scotland, from which the breed derives its name. There are now more than- 20,000 herds of Ayrsbires in the United States. Births Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Mark of Spencerport, are parents of a Banker Talks To Lions Club ML Monroe Myers, assistant secretary of the Buffalo branch of the Federal Reserve Bank, ad- dressed the Lions Club Monday evening on an ever popular but elusive subject, \Moneyl\ The speaker told the function -of money and its importance to national and international econo- my and explained the aims o. the Federal Reserve System ix preventing, as much as possible period of inflation or deflatior through the control of loans. The next meeting of the-dob wiH be District Governor's Night at the American Legion building Monday, Jan. 17, at which timt that official will make his visit tc Brockport. The meeting wiH be a Ladies' Night. Bright Holiday At Fuller Home The patients at the Fuller Nurs- ing Home received many visitors daring the holiday season. Two of the-patients without relatives were given plants and\ gifts. Among the organizations repre- sented were the Cub Scouts of Clarkson, PTA Girl ScoutsTCDA and various other church groups. One of the neighbors and the sis- er of one the patients sent ice cream for dessert for the patient? on Christmas Day. One'new patient has been ad- mitted, Mrs. Emma Knapp, moth- er of Mrs. Evan Davis of Bead- St. There were special favors for tne season, candy cookies and gifts for all, so that with the un- usual number of visitors, eacr patTent was\ remembered. * Girl Scout The senior Girl Scout Troor 169 held -a progressive dinner ir December, The girls started with hor-d'oeuvres at Barbara Harness' home with Emily Schmidt hostes? FUTURE READERS of this newspaper, who recently arrived at Brockport's Lakeside Memorial Hospital include, first row, left to right: Gary Alan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Maynard, Brock- port; Stephen Cary, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Van Ast, Ham- lin; Cindy Lee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dean Idafehn, Hilton. Second row, left to right: Delores Ann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Klafehn, Hamlin; Nancy Ruth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Dickinson, Brockport; Deborah Claire, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hemming; Brockport. Third row, left to \right: Mary Susan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Smith, Spencerport; Theresa Marie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Stavalore, Brockport; Richard Kevin, son of 1ft r. and Mrs. Don- ald Herzog, Hamlin. Fourth row, left to right: William Alex- ander, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Wais, Brockport; Monica Benning, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Warren'Thompson, Hamlin; Christopher Brown, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Peck, Hilton. Fifth row, left to right: Gwen Suzanne, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond DeHond, Bergen; Christine K-, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fay Hovey, Holley; David John, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Halwig, Brockport. —Walker Photos ., Edgar H, Benedict, Brockport, assistant secretary of the Lin- coln-Rochester Trust Co., and former manager of the local bank, was appointed to head the coun- cil. A former member of the board of visitors, he is treasurer of Central School District 1. His term will run until July 1, 1963. Other members appointed, with expiration dates of their terms, are: Paul B. Hadks Sr., Brockport attorney, former village attorney and peace justice, July 1, 1963. Joseph T. Adams, Rochester, business manager of the Roches- ter Times-Union, World War I veteran, director of the Visiting Nurses Service, Legal Aid Society and the Better Business Bureau and a member of the Brighton School Board Mo. 1, July 1, 1961. The Rev. Earie I. Hamlin, Al- bion, retired minister of Albion\ First Presbyterian Church, and former district governor of Ro- tary International, who was for a decade chairman of the Or- eans County Child Welfare Board, July 1, 1955. -Mrs. John L. Hazen, a graduate of Brockport when it was a norm- al school, July 1, 1956.. Mrs. Manuel D. Goldman, wife of a Rochester attorney, direc- tor of the Rochester Council of the State Commission Against Discrimination, a past director of the Council of Jewish Wom- en and of the Department of Volunteers of the Council of So- cial Agencies and twice president of the Monroe County Girl Scouts, July 1, 1957. Benjamin E. Lull, Rochester, assistant vice president and trust officer of the Security Trust Co., president of the First Unitarian Church, July 1, 1958. Donald M. Donahue, Batavia, Notre Dame Law School gradu- ate, former director of the Bat- avia Kiwanis Club and Genesee County Red Cross July 1, 1959. * Mrs. George W. Bott, president of the trustees of Seymour Pub- lic Library, a member of the board of the Monroe County Li- brary System, and many other organizations, July 1, I960. Matrimonial yVDTNE—ELIOT Robert F. Winne Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. 'Winne of Brockport was married on New Year's Day to Miss Mary Williams Eliot, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Lyman Eliot of Belve- dere, CaL, formerly of Brookline, Mass. The -wedding took place in the Community Church, USUI Valley, CaL, with a reception at the home of the bride's panepts. Mrs. Swell CTBryan was matron of honor for her sister and Mr. O'Bryan was best man. The bride is a graduate of the Catherine Branson School in Ross, CaL, and attended Vassar for two years prior to attending the Uni- versity of Michigan where she is now a junior. She made her debut In. Boston at the Debutine Cotil- lion'in the,L952-53 season. Mr. Winn* is the grandson of Mrs. A. C. Thompson and the late Dr. Thompson, president of the Brockport State Teachers Col- lege from 1010 until 1936 when he retired. His sister is Mrs. Fletcher Oarlock of Geneseo. He received 'tis BA degree at Rensselaer Poly- technic Institute, and is a member nf Delta Tan Delta and Sigma Xi \raternities and served with the Army in the ^European theatre -luring World War TJ. He practiced architecture in Houston, Tex. and is now teaching architecture at Remsalaeft Mr. and 'Mrs. \Winne will make their home in Troy. LONGROD-BVCK Mr. and Mrs. Avery Buck of the Taylor Rd., Holley announce I the marriage of their daughter, for the hot soup course, and Barb- Norma B. Buck, to Everett J. daughter, T.s«flg Lee, born on ara Atkinson hostess for the turk- Longrod of 18 N\. Main St., Holley, Wednesday, Dec 16,1954, at Gen- ey dinner. This was followed by the son of the late James J. Long- esee Hospital, Bochester. They are a trip to the college dorm where rod of Sodus and the lafe Mrs. mony in the newly-weds home in, retary, Laurence Stephens and former residents of King St., the leader, Miss Rossman treated Arba B. Cary of Brockport. The Murray. treasurer, Fred Cassjdy, Meeting? Brockport and Mr. Mark is em- the girls to \Mr. Bigg,' and gifts marriage was performed by tbe Mr. and 3Mrs. Longrod left on are held the first Tuesday of the ployed at me BroidrportGE plant, -were exchanged. Rev. Frank J. Mucci, pastor of a trip to Cleveland, Ohio. month in the public buildings High School Offers Menu Brockport High School January 10-1* Monday—-Hot roast beef sand- wich, French, beans, cranberry sauce, gingerbread with cream, milk. Tuesday—Sweet potatoes, sau- sage, corn, bread and butter, or- ange custard, milk. Wednesday—Mashed Potatoes, roast pork, spinach, cake, milk. \ Thursday—Hamburg and rolls, green salad, jello with cream, milk. Fridays-Creamed potatoes, fish sticks, peas, fruit, milk. Elementary School Monday—Hot dog and roll, car- rot sticks, chocolate pudding, milk. Tuesday—Barbecue sauce with beef on roll, green beans, apple crisp, milk. Wednesday—Spaghetti and meat, tossed green salad, Italian bread and butter,, fruit, milk. Thursday—Baked beans, Har- vard beets, brown bread and but- ter, jello, milk. Friday—Tuna fish salad, potato chips, bread and butter, Dixie cup ice cream, milk. the Brockport Methodist Church at 7:00 p-m. on u ec . 30, 1954 at the parsonage, - The bride was attired in a biege lace gown and matching hat trim med with riilnestones. Mrs. Longrod is a graduate of Charlotte High School and Mr. Longrod a graduate of Sodus High SchooL Mr. Longrod is employed by the Brockport Republic-Dem- ocrat and the Holley Standard. A reception for the Immediate family was held after the cere- Local Tracker/ Dies In Crash ...\ ' .•:•:•*:* ( A Brockport truck driver, Hen- ry W. Carpenter,' 34, was burned to death in the crash of bis heavy tractor-trailer outfit in PennSyl- ' vania at 3:00 pjm. Wednesday, Jani 5. Carpenter, driving a 1953 While tractor hauling a 32 foot trailer is believed to have taken a side road off Rt. 6lf when the drive shaft broke and cut an air line making his vehicle uncontrollable. Tbe truck proceeded down the side road through a barricade and over a 30 foot clifPwhere a bridge had been removed. It burned arid < he was trapped in the cab, lo»- ! \- ing his life. Carpenter is not mar- ried. The tractor and trailer were' owned by Carpenter's employer, Howard Bowen of Holley. It waff loaded at Oakaeld with 17,009 lbs. of canned goods and the truck: was picked up at Holley by Carp- * enter who was on his way to New York City with the load. The'ac- cident occurred at Mt. Foconty Pa., 31 miles southeast of Scran- ton. A native of Hamlin, he had been employed by Bowen since early — summer. As we* go to press It « understood that he resided in Brockport with his mother, broth- ers, and sisters. ! I 1 t l. Tl Lloyd S. Jones To Head Masons w Local Ladies At WW Confab The Monroe County Ladies Auxiliary to the Veterans of Foreign Wars entertained pres- ident Lydia Mayer, Department of JNew York, from Brooklyn) at Lorenzo's Restaurant, Rochester, on Monday evening, Jan. 3. A dinner was held in her honor and the regular monthly meeting of the County Council followed. In president Mayer's address she named the Monroe County Coun- cil Auxiliary Drill Team of Roch- ester as her official drill team Of the year. This came as a surprise to the group, and the Captain of the Drill Team accepted this honor with thanks. Her message touched on several projects of the National organization namely The National Home at Eaton Rap- ids, Mich., Cancer Project, March of Dimes, Cerebral Palsy, Aid and Education For Korean Chil- dren, Civil Defense, and.of course hospital work. President Mayer was presented with a gift of money from the Monroe County Council Auxiliary and each of the 20 auxiliaries presented her with a new one-dollar bill and hand- kerchief in the form of a degree. Among those who attended from the Lt. Rodney H. Dobson Auxili- ary No. 289% of Brockport, were the president of Monroe County Council, Ewelyn P. Hitchcock; Carol McCullough; Jean Judd: Dorothy McCullough; -Edna Mc- Caffrey; Nora Baker; and Hazel Nelson. President Clara Judd of the local auxiliary, was unable to attend due to illness. , t Ai. the regular communication^ of Monroe Lodge No. 173, F&All on Tuesday, Dec. 28, the follow- ing officers were elected for the year 1955: Master, Lloyd S. Jones; senior- warden, Earl F. Magin; junior warden, Donald R. Quinn; sec- retary, Cyril Hare;, treasurer, Robert W. Northrup; senior deac- on, \Walter A. Maw; junior dea** on, Roy E. Maxwell; senior maim- er of ceremonies, Ralph P. Young; junior master of ceremonies, Get- aid, R. Werner; senior, steward, .Warren A. Willis; junior steward, Calvin Cr Tripp; t chaplain, Emll _, ., C. Schmidt;.organist, Robert CK Council Ajngg. marsha l, Raymond T. Hal- wig; and tiler, Douglas A. Park. The new officers will be Install- ed on Tuesday evening. Rt; Wot. Harold G. Dobson will be install- ing officer and Wor. R. W. Sweet- ing will act as marshall. A dto> ner will preceed the meeting; * -, HARRISON HOSE CO. The Harrison Hose Co. held their first meeting of the new year on Tuesday evening with tbe new officers In charge. The president is Edward Duff; vice- president, Edward ElweU; secre- tary, Ross Walker; financial sec- Schedule Set For Library Truck Among the many books of fic- tion purchased by the Monroe County Traveling j Library are: The View from Pompey's Head by Hamilton Basso; My Brothertr Keeper by Marcia Davenport; A Fable, by William Faulkner? Lord Grizzly rby Feike FeikroaJ Rendezvous by Rose Franken? Fall of a Titan by Igor Gouzenko> Launcelot, My Brother by D. J. Roberts; Katherlne by Anya Set- on; Love is Eternal by Irving Stone; The Gray Captain by Jere •Wheelwright. Non-fiction recently added are: That Reminds Me by Alben Bark- ley; Reach for the Sky (story of legless ace) by Paul Biickbttk Doctor to the Islands by Thoma* Davis; Royal Mother by Jennifer Ellis; Red Carpeht for Mamie by Alden Hatch; The Remarkable Mr. Jerome (Churchills* grand- father)-by Anita Leslie. Bookmobile stops in ttila com- munity are listed as follows: Wed- nesday, Jan, 5—Walker 10:lS- 10:45; Hamlin (postoffice) 11:00- 11:45; Kendall Mills (Methodist Church), 1:00-1:45; Morton (Bap- tist Church) 2:00-2:30: Redman and Cook, Rd., 2:45-3:15. Tusday, Jan. 11—-Walker and Ireland Rds., 2:45-3:30. Wednesday, Jan. 19—-West Swe- den, ljQ:15-10:45; Sweden Center, 11:00-11:45; Redman Corners, l:loVl:4S; Oaflaiws -fttONfell, mM»»nWMWaWH*»ft» ww^iit^^iwftW.feitfte' \TuWuw 0 ' ^<Wl^*Hr!WWB»W*M i^tfwi^itfiini

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