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H a rland CraVer tapped th e ' 1 “ B ” field w ith H Inn: cross 85 .w ith Bob d e R o rld-'r takin-v low 1 j.-net h o n o r s - w ith if 70 Abe Berks ! won second Itw net honors w ith '•tv 76 follow ed by Steve ftltnnpv v••ip :t -'7-7' Mid R:fl;>h'N'ncyt* w ith a 78 * T h e tmim o t D o r k - - ( '’•\•>.• copixwl. a best ball a f f a i r w ith a card of Ti- 14-63...Hitl B.iaclet; tina i G o r d o n S a n t o r o 1 took second, w ith a 79.-15-64, K a u p p a» d De- Pauw carded a 69-4-65 to tie P a u l W a tkins a a n d Dr.. F l a n a ­ g a n w h o cam ? win w i t h *a 74-9-. 65 card. .. . . . . ' .B u c k T u r n e r and Dr. F l a n a ­ g a n tie d for -first pUjce in a blind bogey event w ith D iclt F a i- .stiek- fallowing. w ith a. 71 a n d K :v in M ooney w ith a 79, nek '15. • ■ ; 2b . [SS c f tun c 5 2 2 0' 3 i0 0 0 1 t 4 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 3 1. Noble. 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SAC—D iek in - -,w ip h r e r bb so - X r- ‘tv 1 - 11 7 4 o 0 4 \4 ‘U 9' 1' 4 3 4 4 3 6 HPr. it 2 1 i 1 ' 0 1 ls Mutulich (M o n e y ), Kol iy .Money W P - G ib s o n . -966 & H a n e -: T—1:54. A Rick G ravino, m a k ing .his first, s t a r t a s a p itch e r in th e 'W a y n e C o u n ty A m e rican Legi-jii League* flip p e d ” a 6 -h i tt e r in ’p itch in g •the ; N e w a rk n in e to -a 4-2. w in over M a rion u n d e r th e .Colburn P a r k lig h ts S u n d a y nig h t. — G ravino stru c k ou t eight, w a lked one' b a tt e r and h it one. He w a s to u c h e d fo r . s ingles by Toni M u r p h y a n d S h a w n K e a r n s in th e firs t T p n iftg, a single by T im O r b a k e r in fhe ttiird , a d o u ­ ble by A rt G o b eyn in th e six t h an d a single by Joe? G o n z a les in th e ' s e v e n t h . . C o a c h S a n d y D e J o h n 's -nine hopped oh F r e d K e p ler fo r a run- in th e firs t on singles by D a v e R a n k e r t, M a rk R o sptti a n d P a u l Priebe. Stogies\ b y . G r a v in g ajid K a n k e r t arid tw o bases on balls accounted for two runs, in th e f i f t h w itp^D e h n is Jo h n s to n sin- -gring ^and. ' scoring on - F e n to n O h m a n n ’s single fo r a ru n in th e s i x t h . . ^ R a n k e r t h a d two p f 'N e w a rk’s seven h i ts . H e also stole two bases. R o setti an d R u ss W illem - sen each stole a p a ir of bases .for tire w inners. M a rion scored a ru n in the first o n sto g ies by M u rphy an d K e a r n s a n d one in th e six t h w h e n F r e d Scrooby w as I l f b y a p itch e d b a ll a n d scored on O o - beyn’s- double. STANDINGS W 1 P e t. Pal-M a c ................ 2 0 1.000 O n tario ......... , . . . . 2 0 1.000 N e w a rk .............. 2 1 ,667 Sodus ............. 4 4 AGO M a rion ....... 1 1 .500 \ C l p e \ . : ....... -.33? Re'd 'C r e e k . . . . . • • 0 2 ,006 W o lcott . . . . . . . . . . 0 2 .000 P A L t o - P l a y T w o G a i n e s A t - C a lh u r n Park T o n ig h t ■ N e w a rk,N X C o u rier-G azette 'Thursday, July 1 0 9 6 8 , 7 PLAY FOR NEWARK — Members of the Newark entry in Wayne County American -Legion-Baseball League are (from left) Bob Ohmann, Patvl Priebe, Todd Hardy, Mark Rosetti. The Legion nine plays all its home games on the high school field. P a lm y ra' defeated Newark. 1 , to O .jn tu r ^ j e n u i g gam e of t h e jsuttsoii. in tiie V 'njhc Cciiniy AmeaitiiUi Legion League ou th>\ Pul-M .ic h ig h school field on J u l y 2. T p u .•ruiv-'- '-n e lu n .r e s u l t e d fro m an. in f ie l d , e r r o r in. th e a ...Jliiig. Alike Perez; who- J u i d singled, scored the deciding ru n op the error. G ruig Le M u y iu gave up one , tut, struck out i-.aa- a n d ■walked only one b u tter. M ark R o s e tti's i.ouble m tiie ioiirtl: w as N e w - a.rks only lilt. Blake gave Uii tw o h its, striick tu t seven n n d d i d ift walk -a batter. Le M o y n e retired th e firs t n ine b a t t e r s he faced,, ra n in to a ^iitfip trouble in th e fo u r th an d th e n re ti r e d th ^ s i d e in or-, dec in the last th r e e innings. T h e R o y a ls re m a in e d u n d e f e a ted in the spnidr- division bf th e Sunm r.: r 'Recrewtluruil B a sketball\ League in lln >uni >r rdplv school b y virtue o f ,a . p a ir uf vvins i n 't h e past week W ith B ill , B b l n u ii uild Joe ' 1 L u k a s ncj.tiiig 17 a n d 16..points.. .‘ i-ycu and j.-u k Cowles respcctiyciy, ilie R u y a ls nuflust- five -T o m H u u s m a n w a s high e d , t h e Cel,tics, 98 t b 49. and just for t h e tV liu-i, followed by Jo h n p o t by tiie H a w k s 29 to 57- to G a v in with- 14, and G.ufy. Mc- post. i h e i r th ird a n d • f 3 u r th vir- jM frdn a iu l P.tul Si-oR with TO turies of t h e se a s o n .' , | apiece: , • »'• ' Jim Conrella c o n tr ib u tt'd seven in the Junior Division the p o i n ts B i?k Lyncln Tom M a n g a n K n ir k s defe.ited flu- B irllets, 38 i2 a n d Ra.lRli- D ierks tw o in th e to 31, and 3j t - 31 Jim N ash A in aver th e C e ltics whose Jo h n ^scored 12 points for Uif- winners G a v i n T u i d 1,7 an d 'T o m Ldngen- \ a n d Ju p W itt tiie, sam e iium b e r ste m 13. , • for th e tosers, Mike Lukas and, B igham dunked i l points, to N a sh paced th e n c o n d win w ith lead th e R o y a ls j'vyr t h e Hawks, 16 an d 12: ,p .fhts.i. r e s p m iv e ly vvlwst* .Dunurs._JuljJ.isi'h aiid All _ wL.iL' B»>h a lu s h .iil -h.ul 13 find W a r r e n h a d sev.en apiece. • TUe ..B a rry Rice 10- Haw a s iH ilshot te , Rw\ als fvoca: • t h e lielil., 11 ) t .» 7. .but yleiried ,'.ri 'th e free th r o w line, 15 t o 7. T h e W a r r io r s w o ii a fo r f e it from the H a w k s a n d th e n rolied. p a s t th e C e ltics, 6 8 to 61, o n a 35-point, e f f o r t <by R a lp h N a s h . E d d ie D e a n c h ip p e d i n . w ith 13, P a v e Jo h f $ o n added eight, M ikd ST.VNDINflS Senior Division R o y a ls . 4 0 7.000 AVai riors 2 2 .500 Geftics ......... .. .. , . . 2 2 ,500 ’ H a w k s ................... 0 4 ,000 Ju n i o r Division ' ’ K n icks .................... 4 6 1.000 B u llets ........... 6 4 ;000'! ^ . L E / T h e C o u r i e r - G a z e t t e s • S e r v i c e D I R E G T O R Y FARM JEWELRY - WaJchfes General Contractors RACTORS DANGLER'S 603 S. MAIN ST. WATCHES * DIAMONDS • JJEWELRV REPAIRING e 331-2565 HEARING AIDS Home Improvement | IN T E R N A T I O N A L ® • LAWNJAND; ♦ GARDEN 0 9 i TRACTORS LILLYQUIST ■VU/A JEWELERS m f w 236, IS. MAIN ST.I PALM YRA, N. Y. 596-5261 JEWELRY and - WATCH REPAIRING KEEPSAKE DIAMONDS i HALLMARK CARDS . (Marine Midland C^ar-go Plan) INVALID EQUJP’T Inva'id and Hospital Equipment = FOR SALE or FOR RENT • Crutches and Canes, • Hosp. Beds • Walkerettw Plus many other types »f corvnlescent equipment Construction, Inc. General Contractors Concrete and Masonry P C . BOX’ 55 PALMYRA, N.Y. 14522 (3151 5974191 FORD ^ TRACTORS & EQUIP’J. Hesston Windrowers Century Sprayers; & Parts Ford Garden and Lawn Tractors NEWARK TRACTOR Rte. 31 Palmyra N. Y. TRACTORS , EQUIPMENT WINDOW Decorating RAGS • PAPER • IRON CASHFQBY0UR - IR O N ' i 'BATTERIES • RADIATORS .C O P P E R » METAL ETC.. HYMIE PORT William E. Reeves PROFESSIONAL HEARING AID SERVIGE BY APPOINTMENT . ONLY Two gam e s wiil be played “ to­ day in th e Police A th letic L e a g u e at, Colburri Par!?. • T h e In d i a n s will m e e t the D o d g e rs t o ' t h e 5:45 p a n . opener followed jby th e Y a n k s-T igers c o n t e s t a t 7:4 5 ,. T h e Ju ly _ 15 p a ir in g s p i t th e Y a n k s ag a i n s t th e In d ian s an d th e T igers ag a i n s t th e P ir a te s . R o u n d ing o u t th e w e e k ’s sla te o n Ju l y 17 will be th e P i r a te s - I n d i a n s a n d th e Y a n k s-D o d g e rs.. ’DV vrk fe e l e r 2b . . ysrdner ss Kelly r< I 3b . ' 4L.iV it)... Knuhrh rf r Jidiasi, u \! railmun p . LaiVn pi. ^l't‘r.pr L\ n V - ' p : ' Totals rn tLI AMSPO r t R.-« ss Broun If S ®av« 3 b .\ : rer'r> lb ab r . 4 a . 3 1 .. 4 1 . 3 0 , . § O . . 4 0 3 0 .. 4 0 . . 1 0 . 1 0 0; 1 .. i o 0 0 6 0 27 ab 2 3 4 3 . 4 0 h bi 0 0 0 ' 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 i d 0 0 1 ■ 1 0 0 6. o 0 0 0 0 4 3 h bi 0 d 1 3 1 0 1 0 2 2 SOFTBALL D R ILL . T h e C e n terettes will schedule a so f tb a ll w o rkout W e d n e sday a t 2:30 p.m . a t P e r k in s P a r k , C u n n in g h a m 2 b , . . . . 4 1 1 &- H e rtzog r f . . . . , • • • 3 0 0 0 D iokinsdri rf '1 l' l 4 Staples c .......... 4 6 1 ,1 G r a n t p ...................... , 2 1 2 Q Pierce p ............................ 2 0 0 0 T o tals ................... 32 7 10 .7 Score by innings: W illiam sport 003 000 04—'7-10-1 Jv'ewark ....* . 200 001 DO—3- 4-1 E— G a r d n e r , C u n n ingham . DP — W illiam s p o rt. L O B — N e w a r k 1-2-2-1-1; W illiam s p o r t 1-2-1-1. 2B—B. D a v is, M a rceno, C u n ­ n in g h a m , D ickinson. H R —R*oos. .Sac— H e rnandez. ip h r er h b s o T a llm a n .. • 6 ' .5 3 3 2 5 Lea (lb-1) . 124 5 4 4 l 0 P ic k e tt - i . ■ V -3 0 p 0 0 { G r a n t . . . . ■ 5tis 2 3 2 7 3 Pierce (w4-Q >; 2% 2 0 0 0 3 H B P —K e lly. PB—S taples. U— Bob H a n e , Dick Berk. T —2:35. SWOP TH A T i t c h IN JU S T . 15 M INUTES If not pleased, your 48b hobh et ony drug counter. Apply quick-drying »T«M-ME-NOT day or nlg»t; :far ec­ zema, insect bites, ' “ t i p \ ’ V(,„_r llirfiief rashes. Anesthetic *c.v®n quiets itchinug in minutes. Antl»eptic action kills germ s to*pe*d heallngi NOW at WAYNE DI»Ua-*TOIfES. 220 FAYETTE ST. PALMYRA, N. Y. PHONE 597 M m UPHOLSTERY CORSERS HOME IMPROVEMENT Richard B horser ttAStt • Aluminum Sldtns • Window, - Doors “ — • Awning, - Cerperts • Rooting - Imulstlo* • Iran Raging 548-8901 Newark St. PHELPS. N. Y. ' 5 NEW MODELS M ' P W l From 7 t0 12 horse- I s u. «V . power models. Each M r i i i i with the famous di- I x l - V\(. rect drive that puts s i r u i f Cub Cadet ® way out W C T f V , front'in every M it , tackles! I Schleede Farm Supply: * Rt. IX a 14, Lions Y •46-8U22 il \> 2 ■* j : ®v t.- BOERMAtUS Upholstery Shop LSD Ridge Chape* ltd. MCAKtON, N. Yn 92Q-56SS Barn full «f furniture, law ov*r-„ head Is money In p a r pock*tf niQ T TV . . « FO X M IN I - BIKES FO X TRAC SNOWMOBILES SALES & SERVICE OGDEN'S Pharmacy C lifton S p r in g s 462-7131 Old Gold - Diamonds JEEP MOREY?? Automotive Repairs TOM'S GElf L REPR. — — TRANSMISSION REPAIR Atl Makes- Aufcomatio A Standiard Complete Automotive Servlou Genera! Repairs A TujM*Up* 416 N. M A IN D E 1-3307 We Buy — O L D G O L D and DIAM ONDS LEE’S Jewelers 124 E. UNION ST. Newark, N. Y. S31-2251 BEAUTiClANS MONUMENTS Hampton Memorials quality- Work— Honest Value* GENE MELU3R, Rep, 7* S. Alain ~ Marion, N. V. WA 6-4*72 FORMAL ATTIRE ATTIRE FOR HIRE And FOR SALE , For aiiy occasion everything yea’ll .nefed t» go FORMAL W OLK APPAREL 123 S. Main » Ntwarii, N. V, \Move wKh care ■ » • 'Anywhere.\ MOVING? For feat degendable sarvlc* cell the ONLV PSC and. ICC authorlied • long dliranCe and Intentabrmovar In Wayn* County, ED PRICE Moving & Storage Newark Rd.. Lyons, N.’ Y . PH O N E 946-4660 Plumbing & Heating GUNS - SUPPLIES G U N S Beauty Salon HARPER METHOD 604 S. MAIN sr. NEWARK I1— , — - DE 1-3*2* NEW USED Complete ReJoadln* Supplle* MARIO or CHET 1*4 E. Union Sfc . Newark , Open Weekday* 7 P.M. to IO P.M. All Day Saturday. Sunday Morning > Camille’s . BEAUtY SH O P 604 M a s o n 'S t., Newarlt, M.Y. Phone DE I-T940 CAMPERS “DAVID VANDER MOLEN HILLTOP • OVERLAND LEISURE-TIME - BLAZON GO-TAU-A-LONG LIJTLE CHAMP Truck Camper, 6|Catnp»rott** Tent a Travel Trailer* Sale* A Service Low Overhead— Large Saving* «THE BEST FOR LESS” 1966 Modol, In Stock, Cloleout on AH Used and l**7 New Models: Id s Marten Rd. . Rte. 21N Palmyra, W- Y, S*7-S38* Meats & Groceries \ ^ y d e s v B ’ g S S c t HYDESVILLE RD., NEWARK, N. Y. ro r All Your PICNIC SUPPLIES - OPEN T DAYS A W EE K ■ u s a m , «* * m PAT'S RED & WHITE 163 EAST* AYE, OPEN 7 DAYS A.WK, • A.M. t o * P.M, | Beverage* - nyocerlef - tun. Moats I f^ L A G A N A ’s \ ! I GROCERY : r 102 Norton St. J > OBEN 7 DAYS A W E E K 4 ► Beverages • groceries * Meats j ^A a a a a a L la a a a a a a a a a a a a j l a Boats and Camping Traitefs' Johnson Outboards • — - - Merc-Croisoi \ Inboards - Outboards Sales-&- Sendee ____ HUNTLEY’S m Lij '<5 Bait & Tackle 1 Easi of Newark on Route 9! P h o n e (315) 331-2693 , FOREIGN CAR SERVICE N E L D A 'S BEAUTY SALON Plumbing-Heating Air-Conditioning Installation - - lenN D K > d £ a ler Custom Sheet Metal DE t - 2 3 8 0 M U R R A Y Sk‘Hurting Edward F. Murray -w Owner 703 S. MAIN ST. PALMYRA FOREIGN CAR SERVICE All Make* - Automatic A Standard . courtesy cars available r W APPOINTMENT ONLY 4 Rt. 31.597-9016, Palmyra, N.Y. ‘Ilf you value your hair, choose professional ear*1* Phone 331-12IC SMITH'S GS L p o r t G ibson , n . y . opew every day •3G0 A.M, t o »130 P.M. FEATURING QUALITY Groberlv* • Meat* • Beverhge* FOR THE BIRDS For imumtftlfu* on Advertltlng in This Directory Call .-* . BOB HAMILTON D3M0GO Newatlc Conrigt-Gazette CERAMICS, CLASSES ANGEL v CERAMICS CLASSES BY A F P ’T GREENW ARE - SU P P L IES Flnlthed Articles on Msglay ■ '3 3 id » |lg n«r*,:-L. •beciark ftlixed B ird Food S c r a tch e s G r a in s S u e t F e e d e r s S u n Flow e r Seeds Wayne County's Largest Bird Food Center NEWARK AGWAY N. MAIN ST. 331-2120 I SUE'S SN IP *N CURL BEAUTY SHOP CAMBIER RD. L Y 7-4907 • D E 1-6074 Lawn Equipment ; PAINT WALLPAPER 400 Pattern, In Stack DUTCH BOY PAINTS EDWARD'S /t3 3 E- Ualon M. OR 1 2 < U } J WHEELHORSE , AND REO LAWNMOWER FRANCHISE REN$ SALES & SERVICE 20 DEAN ROAD MARION NEW YORK 926*4252

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