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THE FAIRPORT HEJR\LD Wrestling B ci , i ii f tp« w f! UMSRt Lj Fairport, N.Y Wednesday, December 14,11977 106th Year, No. .45 NbW ig In Fairjporjt By Mike Ii niion j at tHe j end of last High School Wrestling has finally come\of age in Fair- port with big crowds attend- ing i lost of our matches. I can rem< mber way back in 1970 wHei I the only people attend- ing Fairport matches were Pete Logan's mother and dad; Jim, Louise and Fran Aparo; Mikr anld Judy Di Prima; Terr/ anjd Frank Lahr; Jeff Guil /ard; and my wife and I. Miki i De Prima and I were so disil usiolned with the sup- tport of wrestling in Fairport that we formed the Fairport Wreitling Boosters in order to build a j wrestling program and to solicit fan support: Sh ortly thereafter, Bob and Alia i Le<! Kyff and their kjids became regulars along wn'th the -laladays; the Murnina; the Ray Huffs; Dick Melrose; ; The i^red Cunninghams; var- ious menbere of the Stolt fami lies; the Stuvers; the En- righs; the Godeks; and last but not least Ron and Rocky from the R. & J. barber shop.- Fr >m a Nucleus often fam- ilies this group has grown to over seventy families with more than two hundred men bers. At last Saturday night's qpen mg-ixratch'' thawr^e^e*^ States season. We. the [ Wn stling-Boost :rs a re proudjof o urikids, their ic- complishmente, their drive and pcrsonjtl sacrifice to n tal ;e the! Fairpprt Wrestling lean, and ,are especially pro id of our wrestling oaches who have helped]to make all; of our little boys We have an excellent team t lis! year, and it is possible t lai the 1976| Raiders might equal the record of Last Year's undefeated Team, j Wje have a long hard sched- i le and promise some very ex- ritirig matches. The schedule was] in this past week's Herald. Come on down and watch the Raiders. YES, WRESTLING FINALLY HAS COME OF AGE IN FAIRPORT. WIRPORT Pt|BLIC UBRAR) j /AIRPORT, k Y . 14450 1 To jm Board In Routing Session Judge Mart To Speak Jtidfce Donald Mark was his topic, \capita slated \to be speaker at Mon- punishment.\ day night's Rotary session By Chris T. Card Jf I •5 I ' 'he Dec ;mber 8th session of'Town Eoard re-appointed- Me vinlRonght to the Racrea- tioi i Com nission, Council-! main Fox praising his! skill know edge of the) flora goalie moto than 550 people rooting for our Raiders. Almost all of the < riginal crowd was there exce Jt for Pete's dad who passed away -late last year, and Jim Aparo who had an earli ;r engagement. At our match with East Rochester last year, we had mor; than 2000 in at- tend ince and they had to turn people away. This year's mat< h will be at Fairport and S ee icpect a Standing Room nlj crowd of close to 3000. .Going back to the Wrettling Boosters for a minute, I would like to cap- sulize the Boosters accom- plisl ments since we started seve I years ago. Oi r first venture was to get a p 'ogram started at the Juniar High level, and to build enthusiasm for wres tling. We purchased fifty sets of uniforms for the kids at Martha Brown and Mihirvfj Deland. We since havt replaced these twice at no o st vo Fairport We helped to pay off the school's in- debt sdness on the Universal Weif h% Machine. We sponsor . an annual Wrestling awards dinn er at no cost to any wrest- •ler w hether he be in the junior or senior high program. We havt sent boys to wrestling cam) who otherwise would Havt been unable to attend cam). We have helped to supp or A.A.U. wrestling here p and abroad. We have paid round trip bus transporta- tion to wrestling camps. We hav< introduced our wrest- lers i o such nationally known greats as Wade ScljalleTs, former Olympian; John Peterson, Olympic Gold and . Silv< r • Medal Winner; Jim' ' Howard, wrestling coach-at Osw ?go and authority on Log Wrei tling;<and even this year we p Ian on bringing in a Big Nane in wrestling' to meet . our lads. i v! j L^ It_- year's undefeated tean, Monroe County's East Winner, Winner of the Pen- , field Tournament and win- ner of the Arcadia Touma- men; is the first team made, > \the kids who were in the sieve ith, eighth arid ninth ides back in 19.7Q. Four of kids went-on to the Students and teachers at inerva DeLand will pre- ent their own 'iBongShov, aturday, Dpcember 17 at :30 p.m. in j the school iudtorium^], J . .. *\A\ though resembling che lED RAIDER GOAL! Jeff Affeldt (20) waves arms in air uift«»r h<- stored on K 7 ! Photo bv Dan O'Neill. ! i ' Bond ShOW' Saturday Deland Hok Names Slate anient TV program of the mme name, this talent show iset the \bong\ to bring aits an H> the stage rather, thjin 'boig\ themjoff. Student Chuck Siegfried will act as emcee. le show features 17 lively Town Employee Daniel J. iFilittiJ of 1(1)7 South Lincoln A vendue; East och 1 ester retired from the erinton Recreation ard j arts Department on Tu<s- day, December 13th after working for the department for £ even years. Filitti work H! as a groundsman in several of the town parks and for. t le past six years has been t le custodian an the Crosman j laud; To it. acts^ interspersed with clever commentary by the show's three udges. Twelve teach- ers an! 35 student* will per- form a variety c f songs, danfft ^tndxauiedy routines.- • Sho\r tickets will be avail- ablejat the door for 31.00. Pro- !ceeds J .v'iH be used to financea jmajor musical production in [the spring. TKe 'Bong Show* is being held'in conjunction with'the \Snow Fence\ art show and sale in he foyer leading to the auditorium. Retire Community Center, 42 East Avenui;, Fairport. Filitti was a former era-; ployee of the New York Cen-| tral Ra lroad Car Shops for A 1 years of which he was fore- man. H e plans to spend his re- tirement years working around his home and garden and • pi aying with i his dog \Tiny.' ' President Daniel Sch rader. Vice President Thomas Litzinger, Secretary E. Hiram Hare, Treasurer Philip Bruckart, Captain - Gene Newman. 1st Lieu- •+tenant-~ 4 > et^^«i*rey,* r 2nd Lieutenant - James Crane, Drill Sergeant - Konald Sch- rader Award Contract For New P.O. A contract has been awarded to construct a new post office at Fairport, NY 14450 in Monroe County, according to U.S. Postal Service. The contract award was made to Raymond LeChase, Inc., 1600 Emerson Street, Rochester, NY 14606, the lowest of 10 bidders. The firm will build the facilty at a cost of $541,000. The new post office is to be constructed at the northwest intersection of Route 250 and Ayrault Road in the town of Perinton, NY. It is scheduled for completion in October 1978. Les frelkgates to N.Y. ;State VMl. Donald Fox, j Dele- gate; 3<)hn Fitzgerald • Alter- nate. I Delegates to Monroe /V.F.AJ - John Fitzgerald and IEH?S3P Alternates;, ^.opp arid R. Conarit. ites to Northern iil V.K.A. David ' and John Fitz- Alternates ! Fred ahd Frank Tucceri. Delegajtes io Western V.F.A. - A.'tPitiiharo, Jr. and Roger Mi 11 erj Alternates - Deborah J. TerVi illiger and Scott Copp. Com] nittjees: Entprtai^ me^it -J J. Jensen, Chairman- Byron j Grover, G. Doser, A. PittiriarrJ; Jr. and J. Fitkgciialdj Visiting • R. Bergeii, [Chairman.i A. Pitiinafo, Sr., F. Tucceri. By- laws - R. Burke, Chairman, S. Qopi>,RJ ; Miller, R. Keenan, T. jLitringW. Inquiry |- G. Doier, Chairman, K. Farmer, G. Mov man, D. Fox an'd B. Kyhos. Finance - E. Ervay, Chainran; R. liergen and J. Wahlerfe Kingsl Kejnne> Oane. Nominating - L. jy.j Chairman, P. G J.Schraderand J. done an excellent job.\1 | Julie Huss replaced Jan O'Connell of Public Works on December 12, of this mdnthj Ms. O'Connell will be; leay^. ing her position to accompany her husband to Florida. Snow slows actio i property clean-up, but To> Board gave July 1 de ldline for the Elsworth proiertyj repair, specifically work Ofi the burned-down 3arn ( Councilman Hull urged mere t bers to give \one cf ti» pioneer families of Fairpoi ample time to clean up th property. The Board passed a tion to pay at least $1 Francis A. McC Corporation and Fence. Apparently Mi did an excellent joi Board saying that the! wo: had been done to saisifak tion. But McCombs hadnft pa'id Empire Fence because he was waiting for the JTowaj Board's payment. One |memrj ber commented, \Theyldonjjj keep their books too well - v had to catch up on theirjboo kiM'ping for them.\ i ; i , i be a ehanjge, ojj Will then the zoning code? Attjorney Fuln»ader said at thisipoinjt nothing has changed. \\e has n?ceived many letters' from the National Home Opera to and after reviewing them, will report to the Town Boar A sign board hearing wUl held January 12th. • ., • Supervisor I^ake Edjwar addressed a final qulestib; about the Forest Hills RTOJ' saying that notihin happened that we would involved in at this time. T Forest Hills people are tryin to save their two park iareaii* from the plight of back taxes!.! Dick Hagen, who questioned- the Board as to its role said h•- feels the problem should the concern only of the Fore: Hills homeowners, not th town. The two park areas (th pond on I^ake Crescertt D and a forested dell encjircl by Westwood Drive) were pa of the original desigp., i architect, Dygert, subrpi to the 1939 N«>w York World Fair. The unique plan ] buil homes around the environ ment instead of removing environment. (Mr. Hager* .-idded that he doubted th$ project was newsworthy). , Wrestling Boosters { Schedule Dance j The Fairport wrf.stlin,^ Ixmsters have announced th j date for their first ijnnual dance. On January 21. (1978 ^ dinner dance will be Held all the Green Lantern inj Faini port. Tickets for the id a nee which includes a 'jbuffei, dinner are $l. r ).(K) p<>r jrouplfc and are available through any booster club member or at the R&J Barber Shdp. & Bob Stenzel will entjertai^ you with his big band sound'! Dinner starts at 7:30,1 danri- ipg starters at 9KK). . \ l-iememb«'r Tomrry I)t>r -• sey. Glen Miller and Benni- (ioodmanV Bob Stenael n*- creates that sound arid-the) mood of the late Forties and' early fifties. Get vourheket* early they are going fast!! • t Rotary Yule Pari -r I the THEY LOyE THE AC TIOlHt Part of the JroiW at orxming of the 1977-7U wrbs ling season. They cheered the Raiders on 1 Schroederr 34-1^' victory over Webster- Rotary's annual Christmj Party is scheduled foi December 19. Al Knapp who> ! is chairing the event is said be in direct contact wi( Santa and members expected to bring their ;ntii family and gifts for thorn. I ,

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