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■rs-. is r V 1 i' t, it p lum e cup-. m ay re s are •.v;U:r in- il-ayjs. ■ I! !<>s, mtj>- r- ■■f-'-eab- s, a r e car- i u.n Eur-ipe arid .th e PacHic, Blit sat- trllr.es are just jae-irintna to east t'>-ir slruP w aci- sg th\ gl h e . AVsiorcHits to New YbrK. T e le­ p h o n e .m ine.gcr Allen D. H M'ntng of Newark. satellite telenhnne Service w ill be available before Ions to A frica. South A m e n ea, Pu; Xiiii’l■. ■ H -s? .n d A?,:: Thq. c.tlL topaxL s-of .construction of.new ground sta- R&frING SPECIALISTS YOi’ft LOCAL ROOKING COM PAM Y,' FOR 2 5 YEARS C. (■SUCCESSOR TO HOWARD J. BOWMAN) P A L M Y R A , N . ' Y. 2*5 FA Y E T T E S T GALL PALMYRA .597-5639 m m . e s t i m a t e s e^-%’'Bisasiim®®se@ts®wmi®BS52*8Bas5Wissei^Ba? tions in there distent lan d s 'a n d : tlie launchlr.tt of h ig h e r - e a p a c - , ity satellites will m ake this e x ­ pansion possible. Sam e of tire co u n tr ies p l a n ­ ning to., open ground , .station? w.iUin th e ' next few y e a r s .are 1 N igeria. Morn'mo\ Abrsm tia, Brazil, India, Pakistan. C-repee, \ S ingapore a n d Korea. S tatibns ' will bcopehcd,, this slim m e r in P a n a m a an d Chile, At th is end, i g round sta tio n s are being b u ilt : iii W est V irginia, ■Califqruia .and P u e r to Rico They wfil be used in ■ e o n jiincti'io vvith tlie 1,200-eir- 'c u i t ' Intelsat .facilities, planned: ( tor 1 m ia huig later th-s year. ' ‘ •'Tins exp.insi.in of satellite fa- , cilUjeg Will m a k e ad d itio n a l < o v e rseas circu its uv t i k h l e and. it • will enable us to improve th e ► q u a lity of telephone service to , som e areas now reached only via ; h igh frequency radio,” H o rning jsaid . jt \S a tellites, operat-tiig alongside : high, quality cables,, are making, it a s easy to call around the : world as around th e corner.” ■ T h e Bell System , w h ich is. the ; w o rld's larg e s t com m e rcial User , c-f satellite facilities, operates about 250 satellite Circuits to route -calls to. a n d from th e - U n ited States, it anticipates t h a t I f l l 0 r e ,t l i a n 2 .non s a t f i u t p- gteatfcs- will be needed in th e early 1970s. In fact, a point will be NEW A f^ W, Y., THURSDAY, JULY .1*, .1.968 -eytol cam p - o r iented in te r e s ts p a d .. 1967, w h en s h e crime here to {is fluent in four languages. study at D o u g lass College, New’ A lso at Y a iew a n o .will bC-Misd $ n m s # k i t ; .N e A A former. ; R ita ,G u lselin, a n a tiv e m f \tlm N b row n ie an d gtrY S l i d e , M i s s - S e y c h e lles, a group-of Frenph- G u iseiln 'speaks fluent F r e n c h , speaking islands off the coa,st <rf -Sv.-ahlli and, C reole and plans to E a s t Africa. She hits been the U n ited S t a l e s since A u g u st.' Return to the S e y c h e lles. a s a tea c h e r a f te r h e r graduation.. NOTICE LIGHTING fixtu r e s plumbing an d e l e c t r i c a l s u p p l ie s SUNBEAM AND EUREKA_CLEANERS _ forSemce C a ll D l 1-2,785 lEEC T iiC S IR VICE 319 WEST UNION ST. NEWARK WE OELM R T HE GUSH ¥00 NEED O u f q u i c k - c a s h will h e lp y o u to o f t bills a n d loan pay stay c a u g h t u p . C o m e ; in . PUBLIC LO A N CO., Inc. 148 E. UNION ST. 331-2902 NEWARK, fl. Y. P E R S O N A L A N D A U T O L O A N S ■ OPEN DAILY UNTIL 5:00/f>.M. FRIDAY UNafc'S P.M. — CLOSED SATURDAY ' F o u r girls- from ab r o a d will be t .on thV stuffs of C a m p E g y p t V alley an d Cam p Y a tew a n o this ■ sum m e r, according to an an­ nouncem e n t by the Seven L a k e s Girl Scout Council, to M iss Je a n L . H enshaw ., a na­ tive \of Sale,,. C h c sire, England,, j -w ill be a t E g y p t V a lley. A g r a d - - u a te of C h e ls e a College of ph y ­ sical E d u c a tion In E a s tbourne, ; u a te of C h e ls e a college of Phy- ' sieal education teacher at Bless-, J ed T jjpnias H o lford School’, Al- jGbosirc, Dance, d r a - j ■ m a , , g a in d s la d n .music partietild-r- in terests. At Y a iew ino will, be B u rton o f W o rley, ,W o ' IM P E R IA L 1968 D E M O N S T R A T O R 4 Bit. HAitBTOP W/AiSt CONDITIONING SAVE $1600 . ARCAJHA O i L'COJNG S15 NORTH MAIN NEWARK .T i l . CITED —• Wayne County Clerk Leonard C, Schlee, (left) receives -th© N. Y. Department- of State distinguished service ward citation from Secretary pf State John P. .Lomenzo upon' his election as president of the New York State Association of County Clerks. The citation paid tribute to Schlee's, long service as a-county clerk and his contributions to the welfare of, the people of New York State. reached i n t h e next decade w h e n satellite, circuits c a r r y in g over-, seas conversations will o u t n u m ­ ber t a b l e circuits. AT&T’s Long Lines ' D e p a r t­ m e n t, w h ich' is the Bell S y s tem ’s overseas and in terstate o p e r a t­ ing unit,' leases satellite circuits from the C o m m u n ications S a tel­ lite C o rporation t Com sat > fqr handling calls betw een t h e U n it-; ed - S tates-a n d - p o in ts abroad. The .Bell System , w h ich p i, oneered In space . c o m m u n ica-: tiohs with Its successful T e ls taf experim e n t in 1962, m a in tain s - a continuing in terest iri th e field. Its engineers, w o rking closely with C o m sat engineers, are in­ volved w ith Various facets of satellite operations. These m e fude tech n ical de-- - to - h tm o r P.arstms,-wmr ts r e tirin g- p a s Iroquois D istrict ch a ir m a n at W a y n e C o u n ty Judge G e o rge B. Parsons of Sodus w a s honored- a t th e Iroquois D istrict recognition dinner held recen tly a t th e F ir s t U n ited M e thodist C h u r c h for his services to th e W ayne C o u n ty S c o u tin g district. , | --------------------------------- — - -------------- T h e r e w e re 200 m a tt e n d a n c e ; Als(, h()noreci w ere j. W illis signs fo r ground stations an d to c o n n e c t-th e ^stations to the nations dom e s tic netw o rk. AT­ &T, the B e ll S y s tem s ’ p a r e n t corn.pany . is P a r t ow n e r of. the stations iri the continnental U n ited S tates. A n o th e r Subject of m u tu a l In­ te r e s t Is t h e fu t u r e use of s a t e l ­ lites for dom e s tic com m u n ica­ tions. C o m s a t has o f f e r e d a p r o ­ posal for a piiot domesrtic sa t e l ­ lite system . -Sim ilar iri m a n y re­ spects to a plan developed by the Bell' System , i t is being re ­ viewed b y te F e d e r a l C o m m u n i­ cations C o m m ission. \Satellites a p r o d u c t of the space age, have a lr e a d y proven th e i r im p o rtance in overseas com m u n ications,\ H o m ing said. \T h e y w ill in ^ t h e fu tu r e prove equally useful 'in dom e s tic co m ­ m u n ications.” f . Classified W a n t Ads B r ing R e ­ sults. in v t.t o f W illiam son, M cLuuth of M a rion, coins ________ __ , H a rold Jp d g e . P a r s o n s will rem a in O n F a rnsw o rth of P a lm y r a , B e r n a r d th e council executive board a n d Deckcr of P a lm y r a . D e n m o th e r will serve as ho n o r a ry d i s t r ic t ’ aw a rds, were p r e s e n ted to M rs. ch a ir m a n . _ \ Pauline H a r tm a n o f Nevyark a n d K e n n e th W ilson of P a lm y r a Mrs. P a tr ic ia V a n L a re .of Sodus. w as th e to a s tm a s ter.. T o w n S ti- Scouter train in g aw a rds w ere pervisor G e o rge E. Lookup, o f , p resented to - C ly d e S. T u r n e r o f N e w a rk w a s in ch a r g e of th e iSortus P o i n f a n d W U liam iH ale o f shire,, Engla.nd. - -Misg^ who currently teaches physicaj education in L e icestersh ir e , is a*] : g raduate of B e d ford c o lle g e of P h y s ical E d u c a tion In B e d ford, E n g land W a terfront activities. -'camping and sports co m p r is e I Her m a in interests. M iss M a rie H. G . Capel, who will also be a t Y a iew a n o , is ,a student a t the U n iversity of Am­ sterd a m , Holland, sh e - h a s sev- 'Newar-k Girl to Enroll A t St.. Lawrehce in fa ll St. L a w rence U n iversity has announced th e nam e s of five young m e n and w o m en from W ayne C o u n ty who will en ter its fresh m a n class in Septem ­ b e r . T h e y a r e K a therine O ilm a n of 37 B e a r S t., L y o n s, P a tr ic ia E. B |k e r , 20 Lincoln R o a d S„ M a c e d o n ; John W. Bovet, 77 S. M a in JSt-., M a rion; L inda . G.' R o b m son, 712 Colton Ave., N e w a rk; Theodore J. Gayloi'd, in B row h fS q u a re. O n tario. Beg in si at MENNER JEWELRY ^ ' 138 S. Main — Newark, N. Y. PHONE BE 1-2414 Whalivdr your h*arln prot>!*m w« lnvlt* you to tom* - to I Get tht facto 1 If you’ve never worn a hearing-ai^ or If the one ydu are wearing isn’t completely tatie* fa c t o r y , come in . W f w i l l g l a d l i J i t l k L i t - o v e r — -coMdeatfanyiltritriryou nee3 b etter'hearing wewriH help you lit tht aelection «f » better hearing at4. COMPOiTffi SERVICE ir Complete line of abeeiioriee aal betteriee for all. makea e f keeeiac aids. Ill flEanfard,1 Mer. if Complete facilitieifor adjnabSMata on ell mekee of ' if Apppinitri wit* in home or Call us . We ear*.a ___ Hearing Aide, _ aids, e privacy of p * * home or office at your eonvenleewa> Call us. f “ if We earqr eoinplet* Mae el leafk M n HAVE A HEARING TEST TODAYt i Invite you to uee.thle eervfee. . , no obligatloa, CREDIT TERMS AVAILABLE 138 S. Mam Siv Phone DE 1-2414 e OPEN FRIDAY EVENINGS- Newark ***** **■ j**#*'''£»% testim o n ial presen tatio n s , p r - 1 W alw o rth, ten th Joh n s o n , d e p u ty -scoutrm r- eeutive o f R e g ion 2, N a tional C o u n c il, Boy Scouts of A m erica, presen ted P a rsons w ith a. Boy S c o u t trophy. Lookup, representing th e F in ­ ger L a k e s Council Executive B o a rd, presented P a r s o n s w ith ■ T h e a r r o w h e a d honor aw a r d w as presented to th e follow ing for o u tstan d in g com m issioner serYiee: Ja y D c B a d ts of Sodus, W illiam T. Ray of P a lm y r a , Bl- wtved Covey of N ewark, H a rold Comstock- of N e w a rk, D o n a ld H e f n e r of W a lw o rth, 'Edw a rd tlTe follow ing cita tio n on b e h a lf Zaborow ski of P a lm y r a an d Clif- o f all t h e volunteers; \To G e o rge (ford B u rcroff of Palm y ra .■R. Pnrsnnft—-fn r dVit-Stnririincr v/il- .cinoniol Aifatinr>c itp >V p n\ B . P a r s p n s —fo r o u t s t a n d i n g vo l­ u n t e e r Service to th e youth o f W a y n e C o u n ty arid to th e scout ^ ing d i s t r ic t of Iroquois th r o u g h th e office o f d istrict scout c h a i r m a n from 1961 t o 1968.\ S tan ley W iehold, Iroquois Di§- tric t com m issioner, presented Specia l C itation s were a w a rded to th e following' u n its for ro u n d ­ table p a r ticip a tio n ; C u b ' Pack 137, M a rion; Scout Troop- 122, N e w a rk, a n d E x p lorer Post 166, M acedon. V. T h e a n n u a l d in n e r com m ittee w a s m a d e u p o f Mr. an d Mrs. P a r s o n s w ith a ceram ic a s h t r a y Stanley W iebeld, co - c h a ir m a n : Don’t went! Drive a leader ,1 \ - l a n t e o n Bsa Hllffr* H fsaofar ptrces-lbw ’eats prices now! Luxurious big Ford LTD’s. Wagons avail- j able with our convenient 2-way doorgate\. Torino ? and Falrlane, Mustang, the ona that started a whole nsw class of cars. All these arid every XJf other.pat.lH stack: prlcaif tcrsave yoU-moneyr Beautiful buys-whllo they last. e tc h e d in silver w ith th e scdut badge. T h e gift was especially m a d e f r t! v ■ c c a sion by De.n m o th e r Fitcd.t M u rray of M.u - ion. M rs P.;u:sons w as presented a floral bouquet of red roses by E x p lorer P o s t 166 o f M acedon. Mr. a h d M rs. F r a n k G a rlic of Lyons, Mr and JVIrs S ta n W a- 'terr, o f I.\ his. Mt ,a.’id Mrs K‘-n W ilson or P a lm y r a , Mr a n d Mrs. R o b e rt H a n d ers >n o f N g w ark a n d M r, an d M rs. Eiwoocf Covey of Newark. E v e ry fiv e j e a r s — th r e e tim e s since 1950 tl.ic.nU m b rr of d e a th s p e r y e a r h a s doubled. T h a t's th e glooniy record se t toy a disease th a t , a s h o r t w h ile back, few people h a d ever h e a r d of. T h e disease is em p h y s e m a , a n im p a i r m e n t , of . th e lungs th a t sh o r ten s th e b r e a t h . • | - - - ---------------------------------- - PALMYRA RD, NEWARK, N.Y. In c reasin g d e a t h s a r e no t th e w h o le s tory of th e grow th in em ­ physem a bases. I t ’s a disease th a t ’s slow an d insidious in its a tt a c k . W h e n sh o r tn e s s o f b r e a t h sta r ts , _ an d th e n gets slow ly w o rse, th e Victim niay n o t realizze for m o n th s o r even J phone, 331-1317. y e a r s w h a t ’s ' going on. B u t iri j tim e he m a y h a v e to c u t down j on h i s activities a n d - g e t along, doing less w o rk, less play, less j g e tt i n g a r o u n d T h a t m a y go o n for years, too. Lots of disabled people owe t h e i r disability to sh o r tn e s s of b r e a th cau s e d toy em p h y s e m a . I t ’s sec­ o n d only to h e a r t disease as a cause o f disability paym e n ts u n ­ to th e H e a lth A ssociation o f W a jihe .C o u jity.' '' \ , L\ D o c tors don’t know ^vhat causes em p h y s e m a , th o u g h they su s p e c t c ig a r e tte sm o k in g - m a y we b r e a t h e doesn’t help. T h e re Is no eufe for lu n g dam a g e once it h a p p e n s . B u t doctors can help a n em p h y s e m a Victim live w ith h is disease a n d keep function­ in g u p to. the-tof> d£ h i s abilities,. B e tt e r n o t ignore t h e situ a tio n if you suddenly realize you’re a a lo t m o r e sh o r t b f b r e a t h th a n you used- t o be. F o r exam p le, if you now fin d yourself gasping a t th e to p Of a flig h t o f s t a i r s you form e rly took in y o u r stride. I f th a t H appens, g e t your dpctor t b check' on th e pbssibility o f ern - physem a , He c a n h e lp in m a n y questions of the local -affiliate of t)ie N a tional T u b e rculosis an d R e s p iratory Disease A ssociation —.the -Health A ssociation of W a y n e C o u n ty, Inc., locai C h ristm a s Seal Agency, 113 W. M iller St., N e w a rk, 14513 o r Utility Elects Three Directors to Board d ir e c to r s b J a r d of w e re New G a s T h r e e new elected to the Y o rk S tate E le c tr ic & C o rp., i t , w a s . announced by W illiam A. L y o n s, p r e s id e n t of th e com p a n y , f h e new d ir e c to r s a r e : D r. R o v S , A r r a n d a le o“f E lm ira, R o b e rt B . Hole, of Au­ burn, a n d - L l o y d -L. K e lly of T a r r y town: ------- •- - <?ne of ,th c ■ d ir e c to r s , (fol®. w a s n a m e d to fill th e v a c a n c y on the board c r e a t e d . by the d e a th of E itgena C, D o n o y an. D r . A r r a n d a le arid M r. Kelly w e r e .- e lectcri -to riewlv c r e a te d d ir e c to r s h ip s to a n ejgtanslon bf th e board from nine to eleven m e m b e rs. OPEN PLAY IN GYM T h e C o m m u n ity C e n ter gym will be available fo r open play on T u e s d a y an d W ednesday a t . . . . 13 p.m ., according lo A lex Eligh, w a y s. F o r m o re in f o r m a tio n , a s k director* * „ t l ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY E W I D E Prices redjuceti on everything you need jfor suniiEiier! Shop ev e ry depai FOR MEN SHORT SPORT SHIRTS Reg, 2.98 NOW ^ For % Reg. 3.98 NOW *jjj For 5 7 SUMMER WEIGHT PENN PREST WORK SETS PANTS SHIRTS Reg. 4.29 Reg. 2.98, 3.66 2.44 save a bundle! FOR WOMEN SUMMER HANDBAGS Reg, to .4.99 2J)0 and 3.00 - SWIM SUITS Reg. IO,9»8 ........... 8.99 BLOUSES Reg. 2.98 2/$5 SHORT SHORTS Reg. 3.98 2/$5 SKIRTS Reg. to 4.88 2.88 & 3.88 SUMMER DRESSES In ; ONE BIG RACK DRASTICALLY REDUCED. MEN’S SWIM TRUNKS Reg. 3.98 2 \ 2*^ 1 \ FOR GIRLS SLEEVELESS POLpS Reg. DRESS SLACKS Reg. 7.98 SPORT CAPS Reg. 1.98 . 1.49 . 99c . 4.88 . 1.44 : 2 PC. SHORT SETS Reg,. 2.98 2 F°r $ 5 Reg. 3.98, NOW 2 For $ J SLEEVELESS TERRY POLOS Reg, 1.98 NOW 1.66 SHORTS Reg. 2.98 NOW 2/55 WALKING SHORTS Reg. 2.98 ^>50 - Reg. 3i98 3 5 0 • BASEBALL CAPS Reg. 1.00 . . . . 77c SHORT SETS Reg. 2.98 2.50 GIRLS SWIM SUITS Reg. to 5.98 “ 52 ,r $3 * $4 HOW SUMMER PAJAMAS Reg.,2.29/2.49 NOW J . g g WOMEN’S COTTON BRIEFS REDUCED! SUMMER PIECE GOODS Reg. 59c NOW 44c Reg. 69$ Reg. 98c ■ ■ i NOW 50c NOW 66c 3 pr. 1.00 DOWNTOWN NEWlAiR!^ n . MON..TUES..WEP..SAT. •9:30 t4 5:3d THURS.-FRI. ilntU ? p.m. V '''Y ■ . \ ■«' ’

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