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Greater Greece press. (Rochester, N.Y.) 1959-1977, June 04, 1959, Image 8

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I • t - n . i The Greater Greece Press June 4, 1959 The POUCE BEAT (Cbntvnmd front 'page one) had been , taken til, She was trans­ ported to St. Mary’s Hospital in the Barnard ambulance. Officer Jack Tross was sent to 28 Picturesque Drive where Tony Anvelt had fallen and struck his head on a door jam. He suffered a laceration of the head. The Greece Volunteer ambulance took him to Norths! de Hospital for treatment. Officers Hess and Zemai'is in­ vestigated an accident involving a car and a pedestrian near 2682 Edgemere Drive. The driver of the car involved was Dr. Joseph A. Sargent of 1040 Portland Ave­ nue and the pedestrian was Bar­ bara Miller, four, of 2682 Edge- mere Drive. Barbara suffered a. bump to the back of the head and was taken to the family’s physician. State Park Ranger Kenneth Miller, reported an accident to Officers Lemon and Parina on Lake Ontario State Parkway. The drivers of the cars involved were Joseph F. Rizzari, 159 Severith Street, and Clark J. Hall, 24 Sie- bert Place. Injured were Olive Sieler, five, of 14 Siebert Place; Ethel Hall of 24 Siebert Place, . passengers in the Hall car, and Rizzari. Officers Lemon and Parina. in­ vestigated an accident near 1254 Ridge Rpad West. The drivers of the cars involved were Stephen P. Wickert of 4 Beverley Street and Allen J. Gaffield. of 149 Dux- bury Road. Sgt. Gerard Paul was sent to 30 Mill Road where he talked with RottaJd Breckenridge. 18, of ^ Ridge Road West, who had a verely injured left hand. Several fingers were bared to the bone and he also had a slight hole the left side of his neck. Bonald told the officer that he had found a large firecracker and, when he ignited it, it exploded in his hand. At the time of the explosion he , was with Joseph Hinkley, Jr., 23, o^ 30 Mill Road, who stated that he was unable to hear with his right ear. The Greece Volunteer ambulance responded and took them to Northside Hospital. Ser­ geant Paul talked with Edward Volkmar, Jr.. 22, of 180 Buffalo Road, who stated that he heard the explosion and when he inves­ tigated he found Ronald lying face down in the weeds with his left hand bleeding profusely. irniquet and lide house to await arrival of an am­ bulance and police. If ? ¥ f 1 l AJ Lm JL _ SWIRUNG SkDRTS SETS girls love theim for tennis . . . and any summer activity 3.98 “ • Her idea of spoiiy fashion (ones watching wifi agree) . . . the lady-like look of a permanently pleated skirt with snug matching panties and an jairy-cool white cot^ ton peasant blouse that matches up perfectly. Perma'i nently pleated skorts in graduated tone sritpes, pijoks- grays, blues-greens or yellows-browns; also in pink- white or ’blue-white checks. 7-14. ’ McCurdy’s Northgate, Girls’ Shop Volkmar applied a tout assisted Ronald to the side of the Stops Announced For Bookmobile The Bookmobile of the Monroe County Traveling Library is scheduled for the following stops: Monday and June 22 — Dewey Avenue at Stone Road, 9:45 -to 11:45 a. m. Tuesday—North Greece. 10 to 11 a. m.; Grand View Heights Firehouse, 11:15 a. m. to 12:30 p. m. . June 23—Ridge Road at Elm- grove Road, 3 to 3:45 p. m. Friday and June 19 — Ridge Road at Stone, 10 a. m. to noon; Town Hall, 1:15 to 3:30 p. m. Ten members of Girl Scout Girl Scout Mews received the Curved Ear, highest award in_Jjrirl Scouting, in cere­ monies last night ia the School HalL ^ The Rev. Frederick Busch pre­ sented the awards to -Karen Blon­ sky, Marie Borelle,'- Arlene Gal- lucci, Pahficia Guider, Ellen Gut- mann. Sue Luckhurst, Virginia vPantilone, Linda 'Perkins, Clara Ann Stefaucci and Ann We&ner. The ciistoin of throwing rice at ibe.e. Riceice mayay haveave beenee an J wedding may have originated J brib R m h b offeringing to evil spiritsrits .toto pernrnuade them to stay-away from the newly-- offer to evil spi . pe WEAR THIS FEATHER CLIP CAP for day or evening . . . ideal for travel 1 « 9 8 solid colors 2 « 9 8 chinchilla hackle Fits -all head sizes. White, black, navy, sap- phii’e, Dior blue, ice, beige, red, cherry fizz, turquoise, moss and cof­ fee, solid colors. Black/ natural, sapphire/emer­ ald, orange/moss, red/ pink, beige/coffee, lilac/ purple, romance/p i n k, moss/mint and Dior/ice chinchilla hackle. EASY-LIVING CASUALS \Sumiherettes\ in supple leather A95 Skim lightly through fun- filled summer days in these comfo'rtable cas­ uals from McCur­ dy’s. Gray, white,, black or beige. McCurdy’s Northgate, Shoes PETER PAN STRAPIESS ERAS \Hidden Treasure\ enhances your figure in bare shoulder fashions Peter Pan strapless bras have utiderwired ^ cups and elastic sides and back for snug, comfortable fit. Hidden Treasure bandeau has kttachable sti’aps for scoop, ,halter, or regular neckline. Sizes 32-A to 38-B. McCurdy’s Northgate, Corsets, . 3.95 Shop Monday. Wednesday. Saturday. 9: 30 to 5:45. Tuesday. Thursday, Friday W 9

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