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Thursday, May 13, 1965
Tonawanda NEWS
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'Youth Day' Representatives
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Representatives of sever- High School, and Carol Cooking- Hoover Junior High School, and
Frances Young, receiver of taxal area schools were named ham, town attorney, Kenmore es and assessments, Mt. St.
West High School.
last night to key positions John Ostopowicz, police chief, Mary Academy.
for the coming May 24 St. Andrew's School; John Chi- Delegates from the council will
Youth Government Day in azza, assessor, Cardinal O'Hara meet with Mrs. Wilfred T. PearHigh School and Thomas Mudra, son, adult advisor, and Mr. Ryan
the Town of Tonawanda.
town engineer, St. John the Bap- at 7 p.m. Tuesday at the KenJames Mahoney, son of Mr. tist School.
more YWCA on additional plans
and Mrs. James J. Mahoney, 272 Susan Gerth, peace justice, for Youth Government Day.
Lowell Road, Town of Tonawanda, was elected at the Kenmore
YWCA, as chairman for the day
Barber Shop; 8 Euclid Ave., The Wiggery
(EDITOR'S NOTE: This Is the third in a
when young people will "take
Beauty Studio, and 12 Warren Ave., Kenseries of five articles about a current conover" their town's government. Information on the extent to jobholding and premium pay will
more Furniture and Woodworking Shop.
troversy hi the village of Kenmore concernThe program is one that the which workers in the U n i t e d be asked in addition to the reguing the village zoning ordinance and its enAlso 2806 Delaware Ave., Tremaine Shoe
Youth Participation Committee of States hold more than one job lar monthly inquiry on employforcement.)
Repair; 2868 Delaware Ave., Casa d'Eleganthe Kenmore - Town of Tona- will be obtained by the Census ment and unemployment
Building Inspector Walter E. McCreadie za Hairstyling Inc., and 2938 Delaware Ave.,
wanda Community Youth Coun- Bureau in a population survey
Jr. has the difficult role of keeping cool on
Starlite Hair Fashions.
cil
sponsors each year. Town this month, James W. Turbitt, di- The data will be collected next
a legal frying pan while he investigates more
Also, 2965 Delaware Ave., Charles-MauCouncilman James V. Ryan will rector of the bureau's regional of- week from selected households in
than 20 businesses in Kenmore for possible
rice Studio; 2934 Delaware Ave., Kenmore
aid pupils in working out details. fice in Boston, announced today. this area as well as other sample
zoning code violations.
Coin-o-Matic Laundry, and 2961 Delaware
Those elected to "town of- The bureau will also ask ques- areas throughout the U.S.
Mr. McCreadie, who is also village fire
Ave. where a fire destroyed a pizzeria buildfices," and the schools they at- tions about overtime pay in the Census Bureau interviewers
marshal, has been warned by Walter J.
ing that has been razed.
tend, are Steven Cavanaugh, su- survey, which is taken once each who will visit families in t h i s
Brinson, a Kenmore lawAlso, 2035 Delaware Ave., Legion Barber
pervisor, St. Joseph's Collegiate month to develop information on area are Mrs. Lucille Perrin,
yer, that he faced legal
Shop;
3135
Delaware
Ave.,
Avenue
Barber
Institute; Jack Voelker, Council- employment and unemployment Mrs. Ruth Arendt, Mrs. A l i c e
action unless he started
Shop;
3163
Delaware
Ave.,
Kenmore
Shoe
man
Ryan's counterpart, Ken- for the U.S. Bureau of Labor Sta- Seibert and Mrs. Emily Barththe investigation—that is
West High School, and tistics. The questions on dual olomew, all of Buffalo.
Repair, and 3169 Delaware Ave., Edmond's
now underway.
Robert Sylvester, left, president of the Exchange Club of more
Gary
Kyne,
Councilman Carlton
Beauty
Salon.
mmmmmmmmm& m. mmm
the Tonawandas, presents a check for $389 to Lt. Ray- D. Cruickshank's
Mr. Brinson represents
counterpart,
Also 3104 Delaware Ave., House of ManAlbert P. Caruso, manmond L. Wood, officer in charge of the Tonawandas branch Kenmore Junior High School.
uela,
Hair Fashions; 3051 Delaware Ave.,
ager of an idle store at
of the Salvation Army. The funds, which represent partial
Norman Duttweiler, for Counwith (fur storage) notation, Kenmore Fur3020 Delaware Ave., Kenproceeds from the Exchange Club's recent peat moss sale, cilman Wilfred Goddard Jr., St.
riers; 3229 Delaware Ave., Kleen Right
more. Mr. McCreadie, on
will be used to purchase kitchen equipment for the Salva- Paul's School; Gary Tanner, for FICKELSCHERER — Mary five grandchildren. Friends may
Cleaners
and
Tailors,
and
204
State
Bank
Katherine Fickelscherer of 6571 call from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m.
April 13, turned down an
tion Army's new facility on Main Street in Tonawanda.
Councilman
Wilbur
T.
Carlson,
Building,
loction
of
the
Kurl
Beauty
Shop.
the Hilliard Funeral Home
application for a permit
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---•• •- & mm - Franklin Junior High School; Shawnee Road, Town of Wheat- at
Listed
by
name
were
the
Euclid
Bakery
Inc.,
147 Delaware St., Tonawanfield, Tuesday (May 11. 1965).
or "certificate of occuAnna
Marie
Hassett,
for
Council(SpeideTs), corner of Euclid and Delaware
Beloved infant daughter of Don- da, where services will be Saturpancy" to use that store
man
Thomas
J.
Kelly,
Blessed
Avenues,
and
Watson's
Restaurant,
2904
Delaald A. and Elaine Brown Fickel- day at 1 p.m. The Rev. Karl
as a "Race-o-Rama" or
Sacrament
School,
and
Jerry
ware
Ave.
scherer; sister of Donald Jr., H. A. Rest will officiate. Burial
model car slot racing cenWorakomski,
for
Councilman
Mr.
McCreadie
has
sent
letters
to
those
James, Paul, Richard and Ann in White Chapel Cemetery. In
ter.
PATTERSON
George
J.
Butler,
St.
Amelia's
responsible for operation of the business esElizabeth Fickelscherer; grand- lieu of flowers, memorials may
In an April 28 letter to
School.
tablishments
listed
in
the
Brinson
letter.
daughter of Mrs. John C. Fickel- be made to Salem United Church
Mr. McCreadie, Mr. Brinson has raised, by
Sandi
Manikoff,
town
clerk,
Those
receiving
letters
are
asked
to
meet
scherer of Angelica, N.Y. of Christ, or to Health and Reimplication, the question: Are the 20 busiand
Sue
Gaby,
superintendent
of
at
the
Municipal
Building
with
Mr.
McFriends may call from 2 to 5 and search Inc. of Roswell Park Meness places in Kenmore complying with the
highways,
both
of
Kenmore
East
John
E.
Stuermer,
21,
of
537
(13-14)
Creadie at their convenience, and describe
7 to 9 p.m. at the Bury Boule- morial Institute.
"business district" provisions of the village
Old
Falls
Blvd.,
North
Tonawanwhat
goes
on
in
the
establishments
they
opvard
Funeral
Home,
2335
Niagzoning code?
da, was sentenced by Town of
erate.
ara Falls Blvd., where services KINZLY — William C. Kinzly,
The Brinson letter that touched off the
Tonawanda
Peace
Justice
James
The challenge facing Mr. McCreadie is to
will be conducted Friday morn- 71, of 43 Riverview Ave., North
zoning investigation listed the properties by
L.
Tippett
yesterday
to
30
days
decide whether the business district proviing at 9:15, followed by a Mass Tonawanda, died Wednesday
addresses only, with three exceptions. Mr.
in
the
Erie
County
Penitentiary
sions of the Kenmore zoning code permit
of the Angels at Good Shepherd (May 12,1965) in the Buffalo VetMcCreadie has visited the premises in each
for
speeding.
the
activities
conducted
at
each
questioned
Church at 10 o'clock. Friends are erans Administration hospital
ease and, at this point, declines to indicate
The
unusually
severe
penalty
establishment.
invited. Flowers gratefully de- after a brief illness. He is surwhether he has found zoning code violation.
was
imposed
in
connection
with
clined.
(12-13) vived by his wife, Elsie (nee SeeLocations include 7 Euclid Ave., Euclid
(Tomorrow: Details of Zoning Code.)
a variety of charges filed by poman) Kinzly; three daughters,
lice after Stuermer allegedly left
The eight - team Augustana GOODMAN-Wallace E. Good- Mrs. Milton (Beatrice) Thursam
the scene of an accident in KenBaseball League, formed seven man, 62, of 30 Minerva St., Ton- of Sacramento, Calif.; Mrs.
more in which a motorcyclist was
years ago for boys, 10 to 12, who awanda, died Wednesday (May Christian (Ellen) Voelker of Grainjured.
don't play in an organized Town 12, 1965) at Roswell Park Memo- nada Hills, Calif., and Mrs. JoThe Senate, by a vote of 47 to 9
ALBANY (TJPI) — A bill to
Judge
T
i
p
p
e
t
t
suspended
of Tonawanda league, n e e d s rial Institute after a long illness. seph (Lois) Mathias of San Ferabolish the death penalty in New Wednesday, nudged the bill into the charges of running two stop signs
adult managers and assistants. He was born in North Tonawan- nando, Calif.; a son, Wilbur D.
ERNST T. NEWMAN
York State, except in two minor in- Assembly v/here it was given "an ex- and two red lights in the police
"We need several men to help da and had resided in the Ton- Kinzly of North Tonawanda; nine
chase
which
ensued
after
the
accarry
out our program this year," awandas all of his life. He was a grandchildren; his mother, Mrs.
stances, was speeding today toward cellent chance" of passage, probably
cident in front of Kenmore Poaccording to the Rev. Robert E. member of Salem United Church Emma Kinzly of North Tonawanby next Tuesday or Wednesday.
final legislative approval.
lice Headquarters.
Mansbach, pastor of Augustana of Christ and Delaware Hose Co. da and a brother, Levant KinzStuermer still faces charges of
Lutheran Church, Town of Ton- Mr. Goodman operated the ly of North Tonawanda. Friends
driving while intoxicated and
awanda, which sponsors t h e service station at Main and Tre- may call at the Fretthold Funer#
leaving the scene of an accident
league. "The call for assistance mont Streets, North Tonawanda, al Home, 1241 Oliver St. at Ward
Council of Churches
which are answerable May 18 in
goes out to all men, regardless for 37 years. He is survived by Road, where services will be
Kenmore
Village
Court.
He
has
of church affiliation.
his wife, Gladys (nee Heiden- conducted at 2 p.m. Friday. InFoe of Death Penalty
been fined $25 for driving on un"We try to give those boys feldt); two sons, Roger L. of terment in Resthaven CemeThe Buffalo, Erie County
Ernst T. Newman, 77, of 34 who may not be talented enough North Tonawanda and Richard tery. The family will be in atsafe tires by Village Police Jusand North Tonawanda CounHarding
Ave., Town of Tona- to make one of the other junior C. of Tonawanda; one daughter, tendance at the funeral home
tice John Cheney.
cil of Churches has stepped
wanda,
a
former Spaulding Fi- leagues the opportunity to play," Mrs. Ernest (Carol) Forth, and from 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9
In other cases,
up
its
campaign
for
abolip.m. Mr. Kinzly was a lifelong
Four Town of Tonawanda resi- Williams P. Collins, 21, of 98 bre Inc. foreman, died yesterday Mr. Mansbach explained. "Every
ALBANY (UPI) — Governor
tion
of
the
death
penalty.
at
the
Niagara
Lutheran
Nursing
boy who comes to a game w i l l
resident of North Tonawanda, a
dents and a local industrial firm Hotel Ave., and Robald PelczynRockefeller has signed a series
The Rev. Robert L. Dady, received awards last night at the ski, 18, of 102 Argus St., both Home.
play for at least two innings."
retired employe of Remington
of five bills implementing an allCARD
OF
THANKS
chairman
of
the
councils
A
Town
of
Tonawanda
resident
Rand, a veteran of World War I
Teams
play
one
night
a
week,
seventh
annual
Future
Unlimited
out $1.7 billion drive in New
Buffalo, were ordered held for f o r
ears
Mr
public
affairs
department,
and a member of American Leeither
Tuesday
or
Friday,
beginBanquet of Junior .Achievers Grand Jury action in conection
^ y »
- Newman reand
York State to cleanup lakes and
said
the
group
plans
to
notired
12
years
ago
after
20
years
gion Post 264.
(12-13)
ning the first week in June.
and business leaders at Hotel with a burglary March 19 at a
streams in six years.
tify
Gov.
Rockefeller
of
its
IN
MEMORIAM
of
service
at
the
Tonawanda
inMen
wishing
to
volunteer
their
Statler
Hilton.
Town of Tonawanda service staThe heart of the anti - pollu- stand and to launch a letdustry.
services can call the church at
Joseph W. Kolkmeyer, 320 tion.
^
tion package is a $1 billion bond ter-writing
WILLIAMS — Helen T. (nee
campaign.
Mr.
Newman's
wife,
the
forTF 2-5720; Frank Leuthner,
Blackstone Blvd.; Warren W. Judge Tippett ordered the pair,
issue which must be approved
Callahan)
Williams, 64, of 180
— In loving memory of
Gilchrist, 105 Princeton Blvd. and charged with third-degree bur- mer Selma S. Swanson, died on league president, at 833-8255, or OPRIS
by the voters in November.
our beloved husband and father. Humphrey St., North TonawanGordon S. Knaier, 417 Woodgate glary, to the Erie County Jail. March 4. Both were natives of Robert Saxton, vice president, at Nicholas Opris, who passed away da, died Wednesday (May 12,
Under the program as protwo years ago May 6, 1963;
Road, all of whom counsel J. W. They were arrested by Town Pa- Sweden and resided in Buffalo 835-6026.
1965) at DeGraff Memorial Hosposed by Rockefeller, the state
Gone is the face we loved so
before
moving
to
the
Town
of
Williams & Co., whose JA com- trolman Carmen Manzella at Dipital
after a long illness. She was
would finance 30 per cent of the
dear.
pany had the year's largest gross Lullo's Gulf Station, 1042 Engle- Tonawanda.
Silent is the voice we loved to born in Pennsylvania and had recost of public sewage treatment
Survivors include a son, Walhear;
sales, were named advisors of wood Ave.
sided in North Tonawanda 22
facilities and pre - finance an
Too
far away for sight or speech.
ter
T.
Newman;
two
daughters,
the
year.
Florian
E.
Kolek,
2124
Grand
equal share for the federal govBut not too far away for thouught years. She was a member of AsE. Newman and Mrs.
cension Church. She is survived
to reach.
ernment The additional 40 per Members of the Safari Club in Neil M. Melbrod, 900 Riverview Island Blvd., Grand Island, was Martha
Carl Vann; two brothers, John
Sweet to remember him who
by her husband, Russell P.; one
cent would be financed by the Kenmore and the Tonawandas Blvd., representing the Buffalo fined $100 for speeding, and $50 Newman
once was here.
and Walter Nyman;
will meet at 6 tonight at the Savings Bank, was named treas- for impaired driving. Judge Tiplocality.
The
Erie
County
Republican
And
who, though absent, is just daughter, Mrs. Albert (Ruth)
four
sisters,
Mrs.
Warren
BickTransitown
Plaza
for
a
trailer
urer
of
the
year.
pett
also
suspended
Kolek's
liSchoenfeldt; one son, Phillip;
as dear.
Other anti - pollution meas- caravan trip to the World's Fair
etts, Mrs. Carl Edlund, Mrs. Ar- Executive Committee yesterday
John
M.
Quirk
of
Niagara
Falls
Sadly
missed
by.
cense
for
60
days
on
the
latter
seven grandchildren; two sisters,
ures approved:
thur Berglund and Mrs. Otto endorsed former Family Court
Mrs. Nicholas Opris Mrs. Katherine Waters of Levitat New York City.
was
named
Mr.
JA
Teen-Age
charge.
— Allow private industry a About 15 trailers will be in the
And Family
Lonquist, and four grandchil- Judge Leon W. Paxon of Newtown, Pa., and Mrs. James
stead
to
fill
a
new
seat
on
the
one - year income tax write off caravan unit that is expected to Executive. He is counseled by
dren.
THE FAMILY of the late Louise (Rose) Van Why of West Pittsthe
Carborundum
Co.
Julie
M.
of the cost of constructing pri- return to Kenmore Tuesday.
H. Wilson, wish to express their ton, Pa., and several nieces and
The Rev. Fridolph Anderson, court.
Beckinghausen
of
Cheektowaga,
vate waste treatment facilities. Members of the same group
sincere
thanks and appreciation to
The
interim
term
will
expire
minister of the Evangelical Covetheir many relatives, friends and nephews. Funeral services will
— Permit localities to grant are making tentative plans to go counseled by J. H. Williams
Dec.
31.
However,
Mr.
Paxon
is
nant Church, will officiate at
neighbors, especially Doctor's Hos- be at 9 a.m. Saturday from the
real propery tax exemptions on to the Tonawanda Seneca Indian & Co., was named Miss JA Exthe funeral at 1:30 p.m. Satur- certain to be the endorsed GOP pital, pallbearers and Frenchy's Skomski Funeral Home, 549 Oliecutive
of
the
Niagara
Frontier.
privately constructed facilities. Reservation near Akron, N.Y.,
day at the Bury Funeral Home, candidate for election this fall Grill, for all their kindness and
— Streamline enforcement pro- for a July 2-5 campout during
Albert L. Sanderson, 152 Don- Kenmore. Burial will be in Elm- to a full 10-year term to the sympathy shown, beautiful floral ver St., North Tonawanda, and
tributes sent, sympathy cards. at 9:30 in Ascension Church. The
cedures under state anti - pollu- the Indian powwow at the Tona- Town Resident
$25,000-a-year judgeship.
caster Road, Town of Tonawan- lawn Cemetery.
Mass cards and use of cars durtion laws.
On another GOP front, County ing their recent bereavement, the Rev. Francis J. Hunt will offiwanda Seneca Community Buildda,
yesterday
was
elected
at
De"Clean waters — from moun- ing grounds in Bloomingdale Becomes Trooper
Chairman Thomas W. Ryan and loss of a dear mother, grandmoth- ciate. Burial in Mt. Olivet Cemetery. Family will be present from
to the board of governnors
tain streams, to broad rivers Road.
former chairman Robert W. er and sister.
Robert J. Arkeilpane, 29, of 283 otroit
f
The
Wilson
Family
2
to 5 and 7 to 10 p.m. (13-14)
and lakes and along our shoreWilmington Ave., Town of Ton- the American National R e d
Grimm joined in honoring CounKey to abbreviations: Tonawan- ty Comptroller Clinton C. Couhig
lines — will mean better health,
awanda, was graduated yester- Cross.
da (T); North Tonawanda (NT):
GELOSE . . . Art In
industrial expansion, rising propday from the 16-week basic train- John E. Roberts, 181 Willow- Town of Tonawanda (TT); Ken- at a testimonial dinner.
FLOWED
erty values and improved recmore (K); Amherst (Amh.l;
It marked the first time both
ing program at the Academy of breeze Road, Town of Tonawan- Wheatfield
(W);
Pendleton
(P);
HOUSE FLORIST
reation and, perhaps most imthe New York State Police in da, chairman of the Buffalo Red Buffalo (B); Grand Island (GI). men had shared a head table
portantly, will demonstrate that
Serving Kenmore-Tona. 45 yrs.
since Ryan defeated Grimm for
Troop C Headquarters, Sidney. Cross Chapter, was named to the
the people of this state are able Deerhurst United Presbyterian A 1954 graduate of Riverside nominating committee for the
4 LANDERS RD., KENMORE
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the GOP chairmanship last
StlTIIEITIl Clf T
fairly and wisely to use the re- Church has offered its sanctu- High School, Officer Arkeilpane 1966 Red Cross convention at San
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sources which have been so gen- ary to Kenmore Presbyterian attended the University of Buf- Diego.
Penalized Wednesday — Robert
875-0525, 875-9744
J. Forney, 3185 Niagara Falls Blvd.
erously and abundantly entrust- Church during June, July and falo and served as a military
Mr. Sanderson's e l e c t i o n (NT), fined $10, speeding; James
August.
ed to them," he said.
policeman with the U.S. Army in marked the first time in the 49- F. Lettice. 2218 Sheridan (TT).
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About 50 persons were on Sunday services of the latter G e
$100, speeding; Robert Matusiak, 88
He has ^
year history of the Buffalo chap- Old
Colony (TT), $5, running stop
hand for the bill signing cere- congregation
•ngregation will be at 1 p.m. *«
n<JZl
u
;»,.,i
ter
that
it
has
had
a
representasign;
Joseph P. Wolf. 131 Brighto
Troop
B
in
Malone.
mony, including legislative lead- Sundays during June at Deerton (TT), $25, disorderly conduct.
tive
on
the
national
board.
Mr.
hurst During July and August,
ers.
Sanderson is executive vice presThe Ernie Pyle Post 29, AmSunday services will be at 11 Rites Set Saturday
ident
of
the
Marine
Trust
Co.
of
vets,
will have a wreath laying
a.m.
Car Buying Involves
APPOINTED
Western
New
York.
ceremony at 12:30 p.m. Sunday
Patrick J. Hoar Jr. has been The Rev. Henry W. Eddy and For George Grobe
'Hidden
Charges'
at the monument to war dead at
the
Rev.
Thomas
MacMillan,
Services were scheduled Saturappointed superintendent of blast
the
Kenmore Village Green.
furnaces" at
aTRep"Jbliclteel
Cor^ ministers of Peering* Chart*, d foT ^
^
Charles M. Michaloski, 20, of
L
G
furnaces
Republic Steel Cor7
Fire
Companies
~»M,*W«,'0 Tw*»i«
«*<«J and members of its Session have
„ _
*'
Buffalo, found $200 in "hidden Post Commander Franklin B.
poration's
Buffalo Ai***iM
district steel
NOTICE
ered"
tte~church~ ;he u^*
- s -• attorney
for
18
years
and
p
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charges" when he drove off in a Krohn and Carl H. Schildwaster,
attorney f
uerea
past
commander
of
Amvets
in
p ant, succeeding Maurice Plot- °
usechurch
oi me cnurcn
*
* Buffalo KeSDOnd TO A l a r m
car he bought for $40 from a
Delaware Hose Fire Co., No. 2
because10 we
its former Erie County
and
Erie
County,
will
lay
the
wreath
man
in
a
Buffalo
tavern.
ner who retired after 43 years' Kenmore church because ite former Erie County and Buffalo
•*
All officers and members are requested to meet
at the monument near Delaware
bmWin
A
As
Michaloski
left
the
tavern
service with the firm and other
S Program has not ad- Democratic leader.
defective sump pump was
companies.
at Co. quarters at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, May 14th
at the wheel of his new posses- Avenue and Delaware Road.
vanced as far as had been ex- G r o b e a e t i v e i n „-««.,
fftr blamed for a smoke odor which
An
Amvet
firing
squad
will
take
poW i
and proceed in a body to the Hilliard Funeral
pected. Kenmore Presbyterian, n e a r I,y M* years
?
5 brought seven volunteer fire sion, a motorcycle patrolman part in the Amvets' first annual
BKTACHROMK COLOR FILM
stopped
him.
City
Judge
Alois
C.
PROCESSED CAREFULLY
now in the process of a rebuild» apparently suf- companies to a school for retardHome to pay our last respects to our departed
wreath laying ceremony on the
Mazur
fined
Michaloski
$200
on
135-Zf exp. $1.45 mounted
ing program, will have its sanctu- *&&& a heart attack in his sleep, ed children conducted in the
brother member, Wallace G. Goodman.
green.
127 or 129 $1.55 mounted
ary ready by September.
A native of Buffalo, he served Church of the Nativity School, charges of driving without a license, failing to have a proper
Thomas E. Newton Sr.
Matt to
Other parts of the church at as U. S. attorney until 1952.
1530
Colvin
Blvd.,companies
Town of TonAll
five
Town
and
inspection
sticker,
having
imKENMORE COLOR FILM LAB Delaware and East Hazeltine Av- He leaves his widow, a son, awanda, late this morning.
President
Property Fine
P.O. Bex S3 - Kenmore 17. N.Y. enues will be ready in the spring a daughter and six grandchil- firefighters from Kenmore and proper plates and not having
loon
Jr. The
is minister.
He resided at 47 Edgepark Grand Island responded to the proper registration as the owner. Of $25 Lodged
of 1966.
Rev. Robert D. Me- dren.
11:43 a.m. alarm as is customAve., Buffalo.
Vincent F. Cooper, 156 Glenary when schools and other pubdale Drive, Town of Tonawanda,
ST. JOSEPH'S
fi
IICC
•
o
J *• buildings are involved. Tnere Parent Association
yesterday was fined $25 in Bufbuy U.b. jOVingS BonaS was no damage reported.
NOTICE
Dance Is Saturday
falo City Court for allowing a
AUTO INSURANCENicholas S. Valvo, 120 Brendan property in Buffalo to become a
Members and officers of American Legion
fire hazard and a public nuiAve.,
Kenmore,
will
be
honored
ic Buffalo, Kenmore, Twp. of Ton.
Post 264 are requested to meet at 7:30 tonight
$46*50 Saturday by members of the sance.
it City of Tonawanda . « . « « . . * . . • « * « « $34*20 Calasanctius Preparatory School City Judge Joseph P. Kuszynat the Fret thold's Funeral Home, 1241 Oliver St.
4r City of N. Tonawanda
and Ward, to pay last respects to departed com$32*80 Parents Association at a ball at ski imposed the fine for ordithe
Buffalo
Trap
&
Field
Club.
nance
convictions.
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Completing a one - year term tie, Buffalo's chief building in94 Coshway PL, Tonawanda, N.Y.
PAYNE AVE. at WARD RD.
Bernard N. Kowalewski
as president of the association, spector, said the premises inNationwide Mutual Insurance Co.. Home Office, Columbus, Ohio
Mr. Valvo is a sales representa- volved are at 19 Waverly St,
Commander
tive of the Niagara Mohawk Pow- Buffalo, where a building had
been rased.
er Corp,
Zoning In Kenmore - 3
By Mel Patterson |
Investigation of 20 Firms
Is Conducted by McCreadie
'Moonlighting' Survey Slated
Cheek Presented
OBITUARIES
Young Driver
Draws 30-Day
Jail Sentence
Adults Needed
To Supervise
Church League
State Senate OKs Bill Outlawing Death Penalty
E. T. Newman,
Ex-Foreman
Dies at 77
Achievement
Awards Made
At Banquet
Governor Signs
Bills Designed
To End Pollution
Safari Group
To Visit Fair
Paxon Backed
By Erie GOP
A. L. Sanderson
On RC Board
For the Record
mmm
Presbyterian
Rites Listed
Pyle Post 29
To Lay Wreath
CHOWDER SALE
SATURDAY. MAY 15th
Ready al 11 JLML
Car Financing Arranged, New Cars 4%%
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Thomas M. Tryniski
309 South 4th Street
Fulton New York
13069
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