LOCKPORT, N . Y., UNION-SUN AND JOURNAL, W.dn.sday, January 7, 1970 7
Cambria Supervisor State Farm N-W Board Will Hold
Makes Appointments Insurance Discussion Session
CAMBRIA — John Kroening contracts with the Cambria and Ups Rates SANBORN — The Niagara- ( discussion be tabled until Ian.
conducted his first meeting as Pekin Volunteer Fire Compan- Wheatfield Central School Dis- 12.
supervisor of the Town of Cam- ies were continued at $5,500 An i r c e a s e of |5.9 per centi
trict Board of Education Mon Wallace Lamb, president of
bria when the Town Board held each and with the Sanborn Fire in auto insurance premiums by;
day night called for a commit the Niagara - Wheatfield Teach
its re-organizational meeting Company at a token $1. ;
the State Farm Insurance Com iiee - of-the-whole meeting Jan.jers Association, told the board
Monday night. pany will affect more than 314,- I 12 and tabled until that time his group thought the commit
The Niagara Sanitation Com- 000 ca:s covered by the compa- discussion of several matters tee should be concerned with
Mr. Kroening read the list of pany contract was renewed at ny in N«*w York State, a com- |concerning school personnel.
reappointments and new ap- $3,800 for monthly refuge pick- such matters as standardizing
pany s^ofcesman said today. The special meeting was call- teacher evaluation forms
pointments to various town of- up throughout the town.
fices. The percentage of increase e d for by Board Chairman Nei throughout the district.
Supervisor Kroening a n d apples to average full - cover-1 Johnson.
Lawrence McCollum was re- Councilman Eugene Schulz He noted that the staff rela-
appointed as building inspector were designated to sit on the age pc!u.ts on a statewide ba-! Referred to it was discussion tions committee, formed at the
for one year. He also serves as Board of Review on grievance sis, the spokesman said. The j of a table of organization and Dec. 15 meeting, was "at work
town assessor. day. company ong'nally submitted aijob schedules for the business already" on the forms.
request ior an 18.9 "per cent j office clerical staff, Mr. Kilgour noted formation
Others reappointed were Town Justice Amel Jowdy Sr. was increase to the State Insurance During discussion of the or- of such a committee "is a con-
Clerk Robert McCollum; as appointed official delegate to Deiartment. ganization table, Frank Savino, tractual item" prior to the vote
registrar of vital statistics and the Association of Towns meet- effective district business manager, told to table.
his wife Loann as deputy Town ing in New York City and Rob- The increase was
Clerk; Gertrude Krull as depu- et McCollum was named al- Dec. 31. The representative the board he objected to being Discussion of recommenda-
said a continuing increase in responsible for the school build tions from Charles R. Clark, su-
ty tax collector and Harold ternate. All town officials were
Gotts as bingo inspector for the authorized to attend the meet- the number of claims in t h e ings in the district in additionjpenntendent of schools, con-
Cambria and Pekin Fire Com- ing. sta:e, r.s.ng hospital' medical to his other duties. cerning a business management
panies at a salary of $20 per In other business Supervisor and auto repair costs and the William Kilgour, board mem- survey were also tabled to Jan.
month. Kroening reported the New inflated price of everything else ber, said he would like to see 12.
the chart restricted to organi- Board members were told by
Michael Vince was appointed York State Traffic Commission insurance pays for are the pri-
zations in the business office.
to a five-year term on the zon- will conduct a survey at t h e mary factors contributing to At that point the board voted Everen Strassburg, chairman
the rate boost. of the salaries committee, that
ing board and Walter Black- intersection of routes 425 a n d !to table discussion of the m a t - ! t n e teachers contract remains
man was named chairman of 93 known as Drewes Corners. He a'so cited a sharp in- jter to the Jan. 12 meeting. j unsigned by the teachers.
that group. The action was taken in reply I crease ;n the number of theft Also tabled was discussion of | One item (in the contract) is
Philip Kohler was reappoint- to petitions circulated in t h e • claims, particularly in the New formation of a professional i still unresolved," he said. "This
ed to the planning board for a area requesting a three-lens i York City area, and the "deli- growth and improvement com-ij s j n reference to time a n d
five-year term and will serve traffic signal at the corner. i cacv" of late-model autos as mittee. 'group coverage in Blue Cross
again as chairman of the plan- Town Clerk Robert McCollum ! factors causing the rate hike. Mr. Johnson asked the boardi a n d Blue Shield."
ning group. announced dog licenses are now He said that costs for replace- members to consider volunteer-1 Mr. Lamb told the board at
An appointment to the town due and must be purchased by NCCC DRAMATISTS — Reverting to primitive instincts and pagan rites in i ment pans and repair labor in ing as members of the commit-! t he Dec. 15 meeting that the
recreation committee was tabl- Feb. 10. "The Martyr", an original play scheduled tomorrow through Saturday at tne = New York have risen from at tee and suggested that further teachers association thought the
ed until later. ; least 38 per cent to 47 per cent wording in the insurance clause
Kenan Center Taylor Theater, are Niagara County Community College stu- j in the past five years. During 5th Curling Rink differed from terms negotiated
Designated as official town
banks for the supervisor's ac- Monroe Judge dent dramatists. the same period, hospitalization
Will Be Added in the fall. Mr. Lamb made no
counts were the Marine Mid- and n h e r medical costs have comment Monday night.
Denies Resigning risen as much as 68 per cent, At Kenan Arena The board voted unanimously
land Trust Co. branches at
Lockport and Cambria and the ROCHESTER, N. Y. (UPI)—
Manufacturer's and Trader's Monroe County Judge John Ma-
Trust Co. at Lockport for the strelU denied reports Tuesday
NCCC Students Will Present he said.
The amount of increase lor be added to the Kenan A r e na field Association and negotiat-
A fifth curling rink will soon to recognize the Niagara-Wheat-
adult drivers with full coverage 1 facilities. ing representatives for the pro-
Town Clerk's accounts. he h'i i resigned from the bench
The Lockport Union-Sun & to take a newly created post as
Journal will continue as the of- Rochester police commissioner.
The Martyr' At Kenan Center will vary widely throughout the | Denn.s Harrison, chairman of fessional staff for the 1970-71
state oependmg on the car, the Kenan Curlers, said today school year
Christianity, the Promethean audience involvement and sym-'Gatley G r a r d a Minicucci. who drives it where and how,the new rink, which will raise j
ficial town newspaper and the Mastrella said he remains on much, ihe spokesman said. the capacity for curling from 64|f-v • . p . j «..»
myth and pagan rites are in- bolic "music of the future." I Marianne Moninello, Mark
mileage rate was set at 10 the bench at this time. He also persons to 80 persons- is b e i n g j L T l V e r r i n e d «pOU,
tertwined in "The Martyr," an The production traces mar- Penque and Thomas Sokoloski,
cents for official town business. installed because of favorable I L i c e n s e Revoked
refused comment when asked if j original play to be presented
Town Board meetings will he had been approached about|by Niagara County Community tyrdom through th\ ages in an,all of Niagara Falls; Patrick Dog Owner Fined resoonie to the sport.
continue to be held on the first attempt to find a time when Murphy and Charles Steiner,
Thursday of each month at 8 the job. College student dramatists 8:30 martyrs are no longer needed.;both of Lewiston; Morton Wel- Alan Lawrence, 45, of 503 Wal- It will porbably be construct- j Frank Zetes, 58, of 1145 W.
p.m. at the Cambria Town Ha Direction of the Rochester po- p.m. today through Saturday at The 15-member cast reverts toige. Barker; Marc Simmons, nut St., Lockport, pleaded guilty cedr H n g u
the second February.
curingstarted in session of Jackson St., Lockport- pleaded
Election Inspectors' salaries lice depa-tment has been under the Kenan Center Taylor the- primitive instincts to regain, Middleport; James Slattery. Monday in police court to letting ; M e n m e m b e r s of the curling guil'y Tuesday in Lockport Po-
lice Court to driving while intox-
were continued at the rate of the off ce of public safety com- ater in Lockport. the spirit of individualism Medina, and Arlene Palmisano his dog run at large on Walnut group will convene late this eve icated Dec 26 on Glenwood Ave-
$25 per general election and $20 missioner. That post is report- Written and directed by Ger- thought to be missing in mod- and Terry Slobodzian, both of Street Dec. 30. ning, to repaint-curling circles nue.
on primary day. edly to be split into several of- ald L. Miller, an NCCC asso- em society. North Tonawanda. Justice W'Hard H. Harris Jr. on the ice, and to paint "house; Jusrice Willard H Harris Jr.
Zoning and Planning Boards fices' including police commis- ciate professor of drama, "The "The Martyr" is the second Also included in the cast are fined him S10. lines", defining the playing area fined him $50 and revoked his
members will receive $8 per sioner and fire commissioner. Martyr" utilizes avant garde
meeting and the chairman $10 theatre principles. Combined play authored by Prof. Miller. Ruth Andrews of Niagara limits. The latter will replace j driver':, license.
per meeting. Fire Company are ensemble acting, ballet. His first, "The Pendulum," Falls, a junior at State Uni-I MENTAL HOSPITALS ribbons, which worked their wavi ———————
featuring NCCC student dra- versity College at Buffalo, and FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) — j to the surface and tened to trip CASEY JONES' HOME TOWN
Employment Tax matists, was critically ac- Anthony Ventresca, a junior at Construction of four new mental skaters. JORDAN, Ky. (AP) — Casey
About 720 farm journals and
newspapers are published in the
Employers have an important
Injured claimed throughout New York State University College at hospitals will take care of state Curling will resume at 7 p.m. Jones, hero of the folk ballad
State. 1 Geneseo. Both are Niagara needs for the next 10 years, Thursday, Mr. Harrison said in- which is a memorial to railroad-
"Martyr" cast members in-1 County Community C o 1 1 e g e Mental Health Commissioner teres.:: J persons may watch the!ing men, was born here in west-
tax dead,ire Monday, Feb. 2.
This is the last day for report- Workers elude Barbara Cirillo, Mark graduates. Dale Farabee says. action jern Kentucky March 19, 1864.
ing Social Security and withheld
aJu\rdL income taxes for the calendar
quarcer ended Dec. 31, 1969, ac-
cording tc John E. Foley, dis- Awards totaling more than
I Cream Supermarket trict director, Internal Revenue $1,800 were made in the cases of
Service, Euffalo. six claimants in Workmen's
434-2090 Employers who received a pre- Compensation Court Monday by
addreised Form 941, "Employ- Referee John J. Carogana of
Specially Decorated er's Quarterly Federal Tax Re- Buffalo at hearings held at the
For Any Occasion turn," should use this form to re Courthouse.
The largest was an award of
» port their tax liability.
$1,092 to Rayburn C. Burch, 9726
If the balance due on the re-
Seaman Road, Middleport, an
turn is rnt re than $100, it should employe of Harrison Radiator
be deposited in an approved Division, General Motors Corp.,
commerc'al bank or Federal Re- who suffered 5 per cent loss of
serve Bank using Federal Tax use of the left arm.
Deposit Form 501.
Feb. 2 is also the last day for
CaJuinJL Sylvia Robinson, RD 1,
reporting and paying Federal Middleport, a Harrison employe
Ice Cream Cake Unemployment Tax for 1969. $746 for I2'/ per cent of the right
Employers liable for this tax thumb. 2
I 2 Layers Of Cake should file Form 940- Mr. Foley
• 2 Layers Of Ice Cream said. Eugene Oakes, 6479 Cloverleaf
Drive, Lockport, a Harrison e m -
Luscious Fil ing ploye, $250, facial scar.
95 Joseph Esposito, 44 N. Adam;
495 All Goods
8" - 2
9" - 395
12" 595 Baked Fresh
St., Lockport, a Harrison em-j
ploye, $525 for U) per ce"nt loss off
use of the right thumb.
Elegant Luxurata Suits
Hugh Gardner, 2786 W. Creek
Road, Newfane, an employe of|
the Simonds Steel Division of j
Wallace-Murray Corp., a total
of Wool Worsted and Silk
of $532 for 10 per cent loss of use
of the right middle and right in-
Thomas Moran, 3727 Coomer
SAVE $15.12 88
95 Locust • 433-9100
Road, Newfane, an employe of
Bell's IGA store, $250, facial
Start the New Year right with a new suit! A perfect
Assemblyman blending of 90 r o wool and 10 r o silk for colorful high-
lights. Your choice of one, two or three-button styles
t i n in this week!
Will Speak in gray, green or brown. Pants have Ban-Rol® waistband.
St. Mary's Holy Name Soci-
ety will install 1970 officers at
an open meeting in the school
Following 8 a.m. Mass and
2-Pant Suits of Dacron®
Communion, Holy Name mem-
bers* and any interested parish-
ioners will gather in the school
Polyester and Rayon
hall for breakfast and a pro
A highlight of the program
will be an address by Assem-
blyman Gregory J. Pope on
state aid to non-public schools.
All Holy Name members and
Regular $85 68
Select i-om a large assortment of Mini-
best parishioners who expect to at-
tend are asked to make reser-
vations by contacting or pur-
chasing a ticket from one of
max suits in patterns that include stripes,
plains and plaids; in grays, blues and the
very popular brown/whiskey shades.
carpet buys in
Officers to be installed are
Robert J. Fitzgerald, presi-
dent; Raymond Ranney Jr ,
vice president; Robert W. Bish-
op, secretary; Edward Mahar,
LOCKPORT treasurer; Lynn Richardson,
marshal; Joseph P. Schubauer,
Alfred Skeets, Frank Matrone Men's Winter
and John Strassel, directors.
Chairmen for the event in- Outerwear
are on L E E S carpets
clude Edward Mahar, tickets;
Alfred Skeets, program; and
The meeting will be opened
at * by Frank Matrone and officers
will be installed by the Rev.
Albert G. Winter, moderator of
District 33 Holy Name Socie-
Choose now from a wide selection of
colors, sizes and styles of men's warm
ties and pastor of St. Mary's
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