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Greater Greece press. (Rochester, N.Y.) 1959-1977, March 26, 1959, Image 1

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g ^ g j ^ t i « m . y , - f BOW L IN6 ROUNDUP ■'.' • ' P a g e 8 ' LETS GO SHOPPING! -■.;' ■ ■ -'v-Page 4 . SrRH4G AT TMi LAKE ' — . ' , Page 2 Tke GREAtER GREECE PRESS Pti^^hed WeeMjf in-the interest ol the People of Greece VOL. 25—No. 38 GREECE, R ochester , M. V., J»arch 26, 1»S9 5 Ctnta SMj^ Stares, Shops Close Tomorrow for 3-Hour Good Friday Observanm Sawyko Wilis ^Hjfe-Aword 1 ;^^°^ ' Leon T. SawylcO (COO. ORO : RING ION r. ^1287 w t i - RINC ileecf _______ of 1911 !Latfai-]^’ad came to the fore- front.'this week in the “Know Your- Town” Quiz Contest, sponsored by The Greater ' Greece Press. ' He had the top score for the second phase of the contest, which will run thi’ough April 9. .He will receive a check for $10 with the congratulation^ of this newspaper. Close behind him was Mrs. Dor­ othy A. Foreman of 50 Salmon Creek Drive. Her reward will be a check for $5. Many other contestants piled up additional points to renaaiii-iir4he,__4L2._igaffifi_^^ department of town running for the final, grand award :hool grade we Eket*~We- - and put of the ing rock- it in his iff in the' made a of v ^ e hall. The hall' be- . ed a car- r fuel. It it oittl rd ;in. board, dioramalS. which we ang from aany nice teachers e in the Grade have an de for tis, estpoints_. rad© :thaf^ les at,the et h doih'With for the entire four-week contest. The race for cash awards begins again today with a brand new set of. questions. There is no entry fee and no age lipnit for contestants. The com­ petition, howewer, is limited to I residents of Greece. Contest papers will be checked ' by a staff of judges and the de­ cisions of the judges must be ac­ cepted as final by ail who take part, Contestants will submit their contest papers with this under­ standing. Participants are asked to write the numbers down carefully on a separate • sheet of paper and an­ swer each question by number. It is not necessary to write down the questions on the papers that are to be submitted as long las the numbers are listed. New Set of Contest Questions .Town of Greece street names hy thft fnllnw- 1 and 2. World/War 2 Generals. 3. Former C o m m a n d e r in Korea. 4. Confederate General. 5 and 6. Names of Girls. 7 and 8. Trees. 9. A Hotel ih Hocheater. 10. A Flower. TOTAL CREDIT . . . 50 Points. 11 through^lS. Name five fire departmehls 'operating in the TOTAL CREDIT . . . 5 Points, General Questions 16. In what year was the Town of Greece established? government not housed Town Hall. 18. Approximate number of square miles occupied by'the Town of Greece. 19. Approximate number of new homes built, in the town in the last 10 yeai 20. Approximate population of the town today. TOTAL CREDIT . . . 25 Points. 21. Name* ' of the big power plant in the town. 22 . Two popular nicknames for Ridge Road. 23. Name of a golf club located in the town. 24. Name of the divided high- wdy that runs through the lake- shore. area , of the TOTAL CREDIT . . . 20 Points. Cooperating with Greece ehorthes in the interest of^the observance of Good Friday, 60 stores, shops and bus^iHess offices in the town will be closed tomorrow from noon to 3 p. m. Members of eleven of the town’s Protestant churches will join forces tor union services at Bethany Pi-esfiyteriaA- Church, starting at noon. The three-hour closing of busi­ ness places alsQ will provide town residents with the additional op­ portunity to worship at the town’s four Roman Catholic churches. The Good Friday business shut­ down was ■ inaugurated several years ago, largely through the ef­ forts of the Rev. Albeit B.'Wang- man of Bethany Presbyterian Church. For SlSfecial faster Week pro- eram'&i in area churches, turn to Page,.10. THE GREECE POLICE BEAT '' Ry MARGE WEAVER the path of the tar. The accident Tpwn Police Clerk Mrs. Dorothy Foreman, peren­ nial chairman of- the annual Alarch' of Himes campaign in Greece, who won- second honors in last week’s “Know Your Town” Quiz Contest. Charles Voelkl of, aft Ea4 Man- Road reported to Detective /ray that someone toqk alarm clocks and five pipes his store. The ere valued at Sgt. Gerard Paul and OfTicei* Algiid Zemaitis checked an acci­ dent near 4299 Ridge Road West. Drivers of .the cars involved were James H. Groth, 908 Long Pbnd Road, and Lawrence Wegman, 113 Burrows Street. Taken to Mary’s Hospital for a checkup was Mrs. Sandra Groth of • 908 Long Pond Road, d pa.ssenger in the Groth car. Property damage' was estimated at $225. All Around the Town In cooperation with' the Youth Services Council, the Greece Rec­ reation Department is preparing a Contest papers getlvities-^vat —with complete address listed— and tnaHed to-the “Know Your Town” . Editor, 163 'Willowbrook Road, Rochester 16, No papers for the current phase of the contest will be accepted after the morn­ ing \mail delivery next Monday— March 30. The names of the_\vinn^s and those meriting honorable mention •will be published in the April 2 issue of The Greater Greece Press. Variety Show Slated By Kar-Lane Group Members of the Har-Lane Asso­ ciation *wilL hold a benefit dance and variety sKw April 11 at 8:15 p. m. at Exposition Hall, Eidge^ crest Shopping. Cerfter. Bob JMilJs, TV-tadio headliner, 'WiU be master of ceremonies and the 'prograhi will include the De.? bonair^, a male quartet; the Sofiisters, withTiit tunes; P at Tor- pey and Veronica Galusha. . jfearl Dengler’g\orchestra will plafr for dancieg. Tickets may be obtained- at Buckman’k-D^ry, 2576 Ridge Road :Y resirM t\^ab-iH d g e ^ ^ 1950 ■“ ........... according to * Eidge^Road West, _ , * . rf^ank- i2am ^ youngsters of the town, accord­ ing to William J. Bub, Jr., town recreation superintendent. All- or­ ganizations sponsoring youth.j)?bj- ecfs have been asked \to fill out forms, supplying information about tlieir own programs. Members of Sea Explorer Unit 301 of the Boy Scouts of America will conduct a signaling'dembn- sbratlon at Northgate Plaza tomor­ row afternoon to stimulate interest iiT the annual Scout-O-Rama, which will be held a t the Wpr Memorial bn April 10 and 11. William H. Clancy, town Demo­ cratic leader, went to Albany this week to opopse the bill which Would give Greec^Two‘~counciT- 'men-at-large. Clancy said he car­ ried petitions with him bearing the names of 2,000 persons in opposi­ tion ot the bill. Accornpanying C l a n c y were Charles F. Stockmeister, former Assemblyman, and Lewis E. Shaw, JJfimocratic candidate for super­ visor In 1957. -4^ AH Greece councilmen in the past' have been elected at large. They will be elected under the ward system in November. The two councilmen^aWarge un­ der the proposed legislation would be in addition to the four repre­ senting .the town wards. The Town Council recently re­ ceived the following letter from G. Richard Sutherland, senior public health engineer of the Monroe County Department of Health: “On March 5 I made an inspec­ tion of the Totvii of Greece .Treat- iaent Plant, accompanied by Mr, Cramerrthe superintendent. “We are pleased to inform you that--at .the time,pf inspection the plant was in excellent condition,.. JML C rnm e B k S b e comigenaed on hiS--hxci^tent-J>Eerati<>ir‘^of a very well-designbd' aind Efficient sevvage treafifteht plant.” ■ , Members 6f the Parent Discus­ sion Group of Charlotte High School will discuss “Are Students of Charlotte High Using. Their Time to Their Best Advantage” and “What .is the Purpose of Edu­ cation?” at a meeting April 9 at 7t45 p- m. at the school. Officers Joe Parina and Leslie Samons investigated a call to 55 ■Willmae Road where George Bar­ ker told them that his daughter. Madeline, 15, had.been taken ill. She was taken to Northside Hos­ pital in the Barnard ambulance. Adolph Esposito of TOT Bln-\ croft Drive reported to Officers Parina and Samons that the elec­ tric wires behind his home were sparking. The officers notified the R.G.&E. patt is still under investigation. Officers Algird Zemaitis and Edviriril Hess checked a call at 80 Verstreet Drive where Colin Holt, 8, had suffered minor bruises and lacerations while playing In his yard. Colin slid intj the back of car parked in the driveway. He was taken to Northside Hospital in the Greece Volunteer amhu- Officcr Samons checked cidcnl at Ridgecrest Shop Center where the di ivers involved were Holden P. Miller, 130 Chesterton Road.«and Ernie Meyers of 806 North Greece Officer Harry Scorse investi­ gated an accident at the inter­ section of Pomona Drive ami \Woodcrest Road. The drivers of the cars involved were Henry J. Marity, 96 Wildwood Drive, and James H. Farnan, 321 Oakwood Officers Donald Lemon and Richard Hartleben investijgated an accident near 588 Stone Road. The driver of the car, Ross Po- lumbo of 100 Palumbo Drive, said he was'proceeding west in Stone Road when He felt a bump and stopped and saw that he had hit a young girl. He picked h ^ J4p and placed her on the sidewalk. It was not until the ambulance ar­ rived, ^olumbo said, that he re­ alized he had struck ^another child. The girls, Mary Ann Little, 7, of 33Beaumont Road, and Mary DiCesate, 12, of 77 Dalston Road, were taken to Northside Hospital in the Barnard ambulance. On the way to the Hospital, the ambu­ lance was Involved in an accident on Veterans Memorial Bridge and a National Ambulance was called A meeting to organize an adult to take the girls the rest of the softball league for Greece resi- ' vvny. About three hours after the Officer Harry Scorse was calltSd' to the scene of a one-car accident in Alriiay Road. Fred L. Reiden- bach of 91 Hopper Terrace toldi him that he was traveling ‘south in Almay Road when the acbeler- (G ^ tinued on page three) Easter Bunny Wilts - Northgate Throngs It’s Happy Easter time at North- gate Plaza—and. there will be ' a ' special welcome -for children to- '.day, tomorrow and Saturday. The Easter Bunny will go on overtime, passing out jglly beans and candy. ' ‘ - The Northgate Plaza Merchants Association is providing this ap­ propriate treat. dents will be held April 14 at 8 p.jn. in the recreation department offices at the Town Hall. League play is expected to get underway^ leg. According in May. rkn-from i accident occured Mary Ann Little died: The DiCesare girl suffered a skull-fracture-and a fractured ____ _ ___ to witnesses, the. ran-frotti^tfed south curb into Firemen Schedule Easter Eq^ Hunt Members 6f North Greece Fite Department will hold their an- _- nuai Easter Egg- Hunt forYdUttg- . sters of the district Saturday, starting at 9:30 a. on the fire* ‘ house grounds off Latta Read. The children will compete in < two age groups-—4 to 6 'apd 7 > to 12 .- - _ ' t ' V

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