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Greater Greece press. (Rochester, N.Y.) 1959-1977, May 21, 1959, Image 1

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'w r- ^ . . 1 front right ings^ fa ll gate cor- ork- ROCHESTER PUBLIC LIBRARY. 7-i UAtH LIBRARY, 116 SOUTH AVB.. R O e i® S T B R . H . Y . Z i noNtwnss- MomM Y ms n 7 ; - ’ Page 2 lET’S 0 O SHOPPINGr ' Page 3 GREEN THUMB TIPS Page 2 The GREATER GREECE PRESS Published Weekly in the Interest of the People of Greece Voi. 2S—No. 46 GREiCE, ROCHESTER, N. Y., May 21, 1959 5 Cents foot SlioWrArtExIlibitdoakeil atPlm The POUCEfiEAT , B ; l ^ G E WEAVER Police Clerk Officers Richard Vogler and ' Lowell Thompson checked a call. tG the new Greece jOlympia-High School in Maiden Lane, where Lonnie Maxie of 13 Oregon Street, an employe of the R. F. Hyland reconstruction Co., had glipped-ffem- the edge of the empty swimming pool and fallen to the bottom of the pool, landing on his head. The officers treated Maxie at the scene and he ^vas then transport­ ed to Northside Hospital in the Greece Volunteer ambulance. Officers Ed Hess and Joe Fari­ na investigated an accident at 700 Edgemere Drive. The drivers of the cars involved were Helena Lochte of 2338 Edgemere Drive and Louis Fien, III, of 758 Edge- , mereTOrive. ------- i— Speakers aOioforcade Luncheon Officers John Rein and Leslie-: Samons answered a call to 190: ■ , Clpverdale Road where Patricia i DiCesare, 17, told them that she •had been bitten by a neighborhood dog. The officers advised Miss DiCSsare-to see her family doctor and notified the owner of the dog to confine the animal for the usual 10-day period. An outdoor art exhibition, a boat show and a display eF thousands of blossoming tulips will be special attractions at Northgate Plaza this weekend, highlighting the program for the annual Sun 'n Fun Festival sponsored by ■- merchants of the mammoth Dewey Avenue shopping center. The art show, which will get underway today and run through Saturday, and the boat show, scheduled for Saturday only, were booked by the Northgate Plaza Merchants Association, headed by R. Kin^ DentoiL asJ T^atures for The enjoyment of area res­ idents. The tulips spectacle has been an annual mid-May attraction at the Plaza since 1954. The tulip spectacle has been* an annual sailboats will be under sponsorship of the Braddock Bay Boat Club, of which Richard H. Woodward is commodore. Cooperating in the art exhibition are the Sub­ urban Art Group, consisting largely of Greece residents, and the Irondequoit Art Club. In keeping with the occasion, several of the Plaza’s 32 stores and shops are offering special merchandise values. King Denton Memorial Day Rifes Planned to the town’s departed war heroes will be paid on Me- •May 30—with a parade in Ridge Road West and a cere- morial Day- Officer Leslie Samons and John Rein were dispatched to 278 Bcayton Road, where Wayne Ren­ nie told them that while his car was parked at Northgate Plaza, someone took the floor mat from the car. Officers Joe Farina and Ed Hess were sent to 500 Bennington Drive where Carol Weekes told them \Tfia't their -son, DaVid, five, re­ ceived a deep cut on his head when - hne of his playmates struck him with a toy gun. The officers took • David to Northside Hospital for emergency treatment. Officer Glenn Goodno investi­ gated a complaint at 279 Fetzner Road where William Athay re­ ported that someone destroyed two peach trees which he had planted. G&e^f ^He-4r^es 4md--b^n-imHea- up by the roots and the other Was broken off. Athay said that about a week before, someone broke into his barn and took several dozen eggs. Officer Richard Anten was call­ ed to 25 Armstrong Road where Laurie Damaschke, 17 months, had swallowed a marble. Laurie was ta^en to the hospital in the Bar­ nard ambulance. Sgt. Robert Griffin and Officers . Leslie Samons, Jack Tross and Richard Hartleben investigated an . accident at the intersection of . liOpg' Poud Road and -Edgemere Drive. The drivers of the cars in­ volved were Robert K, Cross of '^Spencerport phd John F. Hoban • of 4262 Mt. Read Bdulevard. Ho- ' han suffered a leg injury and a possible wrist fracture and shoul­ der injury. He was taken to Noffe. (Continued on page three)- Supervisor Gordon A. Howe is shown with Sordon W. Harvey, chief engineer for the Genesee State Park Commission, Jeft, and Myron R. White, principal of the new Grecce-Olympia High School, during the luncheon at the Crescent Beach Hotel which concluded last Thursday’s Greece Motorcade Tour. Howe sppke on provisions for new industrial development in the town. Harvey talked about the Lake Ontario State Parkway project and White diesussed the high school program, which will get underway in September. The annual tour and luncheon meeting attracted 120 business and civic leaders, public officials and heads of community organizations. Photo by A1 PiccoU. Kiwanians Announce Youth Fund Project All Around the Town . . The Rev. Frederic J. Teichmanri of Messiah Lutheran Church will leave for Boston Monday to attend the 31st annual convention of the United Lutheran Synod of New Yefk and New England. Fay Schalge of 90 Strathmore Drive will accompany the Rev. Mr. Teichmann as official lay dele­ gate of the congregation. Donald J. Crowley, Jr., of 91 Elmguard Street, treasurer of the senior class at Aquinas Institute, has been awarded a $l,000-a-year scholarship to Princeton Univer­ sity.—tte^ias pla;^ea Basel football at Aquinas and is an honor student. Clifford Vroom of 181 Malden Street has succeeded M a r ^ A. Schultz as chairman of RecT Jack­ et District, -Boy Scout of America. •^Charles Van Duzee of 19 Acton Street has been named as com­ missioner. Edward L. Miller, manager of McCurdy’s Northgate Store, has been elected vice-president of the Hear in g and Speech C e nter: of Rochester, fie i also is a director and chairman of the budget com­ mittee of the or­ ganization, which is a Red Feathei agency. Miller is cil, Roc he Iter J Chamber of C o m - ..... ..... merce, serving Ei'L't MEillfer on the Board of Directors and as a member of the Chamber’s Busi­ ness 'Trends Committee. He is a ,former president of the Harvard Business School Club of Rochester. (Continued on page two) Tribute to the town's departed war heroes will be paid on Me- mony at Falls Cemetery. Parade units, including veterans organizations, fire departments, auxiliary drill teams, school pupils and Boy and Girl Scout troops, will form at 9-.30 a. m. at the Town Hall. Supervisor Gordon A. Howe and Sheriff Albert W. Skinner will place wreaths at the base of the Town Hall flagstaff in memory of the war dead. Taking\ part in the rites will be Mrs. Louise Wern- ham, commander of Greece Post, American Lpgion, and Robert Gil­ liland, Greece-Ridgecrest Post, VFW, commander. The line of march for the pro­ cession will be from the Town Hall to the cemetery and return. Wil­ liam E, Hill, county vice^om- mander of the Americah L^ion, will be parade marshal. His staff will include Norman Gerhard, commander - elect of Greece Post; Philip Brothers and Emmett Mura. Officers Elected By Rosary Society Lady of Mercy Church has elect­ ed Mrs. John Flavin of 3428 Dewey Avenue as president. Serving with her during the coming year will be Mrs. Frank Bourcy of 210 Glenbrook Road, vice-president; Mrs. Robert Am- ering, 213 Woodcroft Drive, and Mrs. Walter Burns, 32, Hampton Boulevard. Townspeople Acclaim Easton's Appointment to Bench Congratulations were heaped on William G. Easton of 1550 Stone' Road this Week oh his appoint- mentTo the Court of Claims bench. Announcement of the long-ex- pected appuiiiUlieiit, \which will be-T come effective on June was made by Acting Governor Maleolm- Wilson, The choice had been ap­ proved by Governor Nelson A. Rockefeller before he departed on his current vacation trip. Easton will go to Albany next week to be sworn in by the gov­ ernor. The appointment is subject to confirmation by the State Sen­ ate when it convenes in January but this is expected to be a routine His term as a Court of Claims judge will run through December 31} 1967. He will' receive a salary of $22,000 a year and an office ex­ pense and travel allowance. / Easton, who served for several ye^rs as attorney for the Town of Greece, will be required to give up his law practice on ascending to the judgeship. Born in Greece and educated in the public schools, he 'was gradu­ ated from the University of Roch­ ester and Harvard Law School. He was admitted to the bar in 1924 and is a partner in the firm of Easton, Wagner & Easton. He is vice-president of the Fed­ erated Bar Association of Western New York and imihediate past president of the Rochester Asso^iation. State PU] Members of the Northwest Kt- wanis Club will take over gasoline and oil chores Sunday at Gerry Springer’s Stone-Ridge Service Sta­ tion, 1436 Ridge Road West, to raise funds for the “Kiwanis for Kids” Project. Proceeds of the day’s business will be donated to the Kiwanis youth fund by the station manage- ■ Kiwanians will man the gasoline pumps from 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. There will be balloons and lolly- pops for the youngsters. The general committee consists of Bill Watson, “Rocky” Pilaroscia, Bill Cass, Gerald Lapple, Don Ecott, Bill Sullivan, Fran Cramer, Charley Oster and Tom Pritchett. Patricia Malak Wins Nazareth Scholarship Patricia' Ann Malak, daughter * ... I of -Mr. and Mrs. Stanley A. Mallak Rosary Sbeiefy of* T5ur of 940 Edgemere Drive, has been awarded a four-year scholarship to Nazareth Academy for out­ standing work in her studies. She will be graduated from Mother of Sorrows School next month. Church Men Plan Outdoor Supper The Men’s Club of Greece Meth­ odist Church will have a cookout on the .^hurch grounds tomorrow at 6:30 T>. m. After the supper officers for the coming year will be elected. Fred Stecher, club president, is chair­ man of the cookout.- Chosen for Boys Rene Durand, Charlotte iRgh ipil, has been chosen to attend loys State sessions at Colgate . University This Summer under sponsorship of Greece Post, Am­ erican Legion.:. _ - . - - v' I -

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