20 — Monday, January 12, 1976 — L«ad«r-H«rafd, Glovarsville-Johnstown, N.Y.
Two 7-Year-Olds Receive Minor Dolqeville Area Man Hospitalized after 2-Car Accident
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The Edmonds woman had minor . . . .
vestigated. Deputy T. J. Bochenek in-
r w „ i „ T 1 (Whpnek
A Dolgeville area man was In addition, a trailer attached vestigated.
listed in "improved condition" to the Fairchild vehicle carrying bleeding to the head and Another accident was reported
Injuries in Separate Accidents this morning at St. Luke's
Hospital, Utica, one of three
snowmobiles, jackknifed and
Edmonds complained of pain to
the hip and upper leg. Neither
to the sheriff's department
which apparently occurred
sometime Saturday afternoon or
At 2 yesterday morning, an
accident occurred on Route 67,
about two tenths of a mile east of
the road to avoid a collision. Her persons injured in weekend The accident was investigated required hospitalization.
Two 7-year-old boys escaped at Route 30 and Wallins Corners night. Johnstown, in the Town of
serious injury in two separate Road at 5 Saturday afternoon. auto went into the snowbank, accidents investigated by the by Deputy Robert Walsh. The accident occurred on the Johnstown involving a pickup
accidents, including one in Alexander Slavekiks will striking the four fence posts. Fulton County sheriff's Passengers in a car driven by Farm-to-Market Road, about The accident occurred in the
parking lot of Kobuskie's Lanes, truck and a horse.
which the youth slid under a appear in the Town of Investigating was Deputy department. Roy D. Edmonds of Meco three tenths of a mile west of
Meco. Edmonds was heading North Pine Street, and involved Robert S. Brown of 382 South
moving front end loader, in- Amsterdam court at a later Michael Pelosi. Earl A. Teller, 71, of sustained minor injuries in a 2- Main Street was traveling west
vestigated by State Police and date. Dolgeville RD 1, was transferred car accident at 2:15 Saturday east on the road when an a car owned by George M. Kadle
unidentified car, heading west, of Gloversville RD 2. Kadle's on Route 67 when his vehicle
afternoon in the Town of
Montgomery County According to the Montgomery
sheriff's department over the County sheriff department Surcharge to St. Luke's from Little Falls
Hospital where he was originally Johnstown. apparently forced his vehicle off
the road and into a parked car
auto was parked in the parking
lot when it was struck by an
struck a horse owned by Richard
Frasier of East State Street
report, Slavekiks was making a taken with severe bleeding to the Mary Edmonds, 61, no address
Dennis Guisti of Fort Johnson left turn as an auto being driven
complained of shoulder and by Gene Ryczek of Amsterdam
Refund Is head following a 2-car accident
at 6:02 last night.
listed, and Chester Edmonds, 70,
also no address listed, received
owned by Louise Yacobucci of 20
The other vehicle left the Sgt. R. A. Kowalczyk in-
Deputy J. F. Glover in- scene. vestigated.
minor injuries in the accident.
upper arm pain when he struck RD 3 crossed Route 30 from the
the left rear wheel of a front end Big N Plaza. The autos collided. Available He is in the intensive care unit
at the Utica hospital.
loader after sliding under it at The mishap was investigated Passengers who were forced According to the accident
11:15 Saturday morning on East by Deputy William Hanrahan. to pay fuel surcharges report, a car driven by Greg J.
Main Street at Park Row in the No injuries were reported in a amounting to as much as $56 Fairchild of 5 Sixth Avenue, was
Village of Fort Johnson. 2-car crash in the Village of each when they took a cruise on heading east on Route 29, 300
According to the State Police Hagaman of 1:05 yesterday the Italian Line's Leonardo da feet west of Bacon Brook Road in
substation at Fonda, Arthur morning. Vinci in the summer of 1974 will the Town of Oppenheim, when it
Vertucci of Fort Johnson was Paul Wojcicki of Amsterdam be entitled to a refund as the was struck by the Teller vehicle
operating the front end loader at was driving east on Fowler result of an action by Atty. Gen. which was going west on Route
a slow speed. As he entered the Street and John M. Betz, also of Louis J. Lefkowitz. 29.
intersection, he saw the 7-year- Amsterdam, was southbound on The attorney general said The Teller vehicle was
old Guisti boy on a plastic mini- Chamongiis Road. The autos Friday that Justice Nathaniel heading down a hill and the
toboggan enter the roadway and were in collision at the in- Helman in Supreme Court, New driver apparently lost control.
applied the brakes which locked. tersection. York County, has held that such The vehicle crossed the center
The boy slid under the front Investigating was County surcharges were illegal because line, striking the Fairchild car in
loader between the front and Investigator Robert Y. Arthurs. there was no advance notice of the left rear quarter. Both
rear wheels, striking the left An Ames man escaped injury such a levy. Individuals who had vehicles spun around in the road
rear tire with his body. when his auto struck a snow been passengers on the cruise after impact.
Investigating was Trooper R. bank and a utility pole on Route
D. Furman. 163, Town of Canajoharie, at
have been requested to com-
municate with the Bureau of
Teller was in a semi-conscious
condition when he was taken
SHOP AT RITE AID FOR ALL YOUR NEEDS.
A 7-year-old Gloversville area 12:40 yesterday afternoon. Consumer Frauds and from the scene.
boy suffered a bruise in a 2-car Jerry L. Snell of Ames was
Protection of his office, Two SENIOR C I T I Z E N S
World Trade Center, New York
collision in the parking lot of driving south on Route 163 when
City, 10047, if they wish to claim Depositing PRESCRIPTION P L A N
Grant's Shopping Plaza, Route his auto started to slide, about AN ADDITIONAL SPKIAl CON'SIDfRATION ON A l l
30, Town of Amsterdam at 12:50 two-tenths of a mile west of
Saturday afternoon. Route 10. It went off the road and
Injured was Robert A. Bates struck a snow bank before hit-
The judgment of Justice
Helman also restrains the line
Practice WHAT IS IT?
PRESCRIPTIONS FOR IVIRYONI OVFR 6 o '
The Rite Aid Senior Citizens Plan is a plan that gives a special consideration
Jr. of Gloversville RD 2. He was ting the utility pole.
a passenger in a car being Investigating was Deputy
from charging any increased
costs to passengers unless they Is Ended at Rite Aid Pharmacies to senior citizens This special consideration is m
addition to Rite Aid's proven every day low prices ANTISEPTIC
driven by his father. Donald Argesinger. are disclosed in advance. The longstanding practice of
The attorney general said WHO IS ELIGIBLE?
According to Trooper Fur- A Fort Plain area woman also depositing pari-mutuel tax funds
numerous complaints were in interest-free accounts in Any person 60 years of age or over is eligible for the Rite Aid Senior Citizens
man, who investigated, Bates escaped injury when her car
received from passengers after banks throughout the State in Prescription Plan Today there are over 400 LO Semor Citizens enioymg this 14 FL 0Z BOTTLE
was driving west in the parking went off the road, striking a Special Consideration
lot and a car being driven by snow bank and four fence posts they returned to New York on a return for services performed"'
cruise on the Leonardo da Vinci. was discontinued last week by WHERE IS THIS CARD HONORED?
Raymond J. Furman of Lan- at 3:45 yesterday afternoon.
ding, N.J. was southbound in the Jean Durshaw of Fort Plain One couple charged that an $8 a the State Department of This Senior Citizen Plan is available at any ol the Rite Aid Pharmacies serving
lot. The autos were in collision. RD-1 was driving east on Pickle day fuel surcharge was exacted Taxation and Finance on orders communities like yours m 11 states
An Amsterdam man was Hill Road, one mile east of from them totalling $176. Other of Tax Commissioner James H. DOES THIS APPLY TO ALL PRESCRIPTIONS?
issued summonses on charge of Leneker Road, in the Town of complaints detailed the same Tully Jr. Yes This plan covers both new and refill prescriptions, including those previously
driving while intoxicated and Minden when an unknown car, practice although the "The banks haven't been able filled elsewhere
obstructing traffic at an in- coming from the opposite passengers said they were not to demonstrate to me what
informed of the extra charge RITE AID SENIOR CITIZENS
tersection after a 2-car mishap direction, forced her to pull off services they performed," Tully
until after reservations were said. PRESCRIPTION PLAN
made and deposits on tickets had PO BOX 316'. / HAKHISHUHG PA 17 10S
He directed that the tax,
been paid. collected at 12 thoroughbred and
Papers on file in court state harness race tracks and ex-
STAN'S TAVERN that any passenger who "failed
to pay the fuel surcharge would
pected to total about $183 million
this year, is to be paid promptly
1 M l . East of Broadalbln — Vi Mi. Off Rt«. 29 not be permitted to embark upon into the state's general fund. For
the passage." several years, it was the
OPEN DAILY A passenger who elected to
pay the fuel surcharge either
practice for the funds to be
deposited in various banks in the
4 p . m . - 4 a.m. failed to sail or canceled vicinity of the tracks and held,
reservations resulting in sub- without the payment of interest
SAT. a n d S U N . O p e n at 1 p.m. stantial monetary loss resulting by the banks for periods up to a
S e r v i n g Pizza Daily from a clause in tickets month, ostensibly as com-
providing for a 10 per cent pensation for such bank services
CALL: 1-883-5957 or 1-883-9997 cancelation charge by the as cashing state checks.
company or in some cases Commissioner Tully's orders
forfeiture of the entire deposit. followed the review of an
evaluation of the Tax Depart-
ment's relationships with banks,
conducted by the department's
OUR ONCE-A-YE AR Division of the Treasury during
the past several months.
Prior to receiving the review,
RCA SALE he had ordered a reduction in the
time banks could hold interest-
free deposits of state money in
IS ON ONCE AGAIN. both the pari-mutuel tax and the
stock transfer tax accounts. The
holding period of pari-mutuel
tax deposits in nearly 100 banks
throughout the state, which had
RCA SUPER VALUE DAYS! been a month at the time Tully
became commissioner, was
reduced to three weeks and
subsequently to two weeks prior
The once-a-year opportunity to save biq on the big name to the order this week to
m televisions - RCA. Super values on RCA XL 100 color eliminate the intermediary bank
televisions, on black and white Sportables. On the super relationships altogether.
RCA television line. Don't miss out this year during the Pari-mutuel tax payments will
RCA Super Value Days. The once a year RCA sale that now be made every Tuesday and
comes but once a year. Friday by the tracks to a single
bank in Albany, for record
purposes only, and then
promptly deposited in the State's
Exciting "Drawdowns" of the stock
transfer tax balance have also
RCA XL-100 been accelerated by Tully. This
money is mainly held without
interest in accounts in the
console, Bankers Trust Company and the
Bank of New York, A smaller
stock transfer tax account iff-in
value priced! the National Commercial Bank
and Trust Company, Albany.
On Tully's order, reductions of
these balances are now being
made weekly instead of bi-
weekly at Bankers Trust, and
every other week instead of
monthly at the Bank of New
York. Monthly drawdowns are
made at the Albany bank.
Tully said a study is con-
I t C / l BWSBr 25" diagonal tinuing into the stock transfer
tax account with a view to
initiating additional im-
Handsome all-wood lowboy in popular provements and further ac-
mix-or-match Contemporary style that blends O r offtr ends January 26,1976. celeration. He said he is ex-
dramatically with Traditional or Modern tending the study to include the
furniture stricter management of money
. RCA XL-100. the reliability of 100% solid in the funds of various other
stato-no chassis tubes to burn out. Kate agencies and commissions
which are in the sole custody of
A ALL OUR RCA COLOR TELEVISIONS the Tax Commissioner
ARE SALE PRICED! WHY WAIT - SELECT Junior Troop
YOURS NOW AND SAVE!
RCA AM-FM-FM STE EO RADK A meeting to organixe Junior
Girl Scout Troop 102 of Park
A REGULAR 89.95 Value Terrace School will be held at
SALE PRICED NOW AT 49.88
L I M I T I O SUPPLY
6:30 tomorrow night at the First
United Methodist Church
Girls in fourth and fifth grades
at the school are eligible to join
the troop, which will be led by
Mrs. Lewis Decker Jr.. assisted
by Miss Kathy Decker Girls
attending the meeting for
enrollment in the troop are to be
accompanied by their mothers
CDA to Meet
Cr>urt SanU» Mflrin r^tholir
I• in set A i '-,11 rr.wt
at 7 30 tonight at the Knights of
Thomas M. Tryniski
309 South 4th Street
Fulton New York