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Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - November 2, 1968, Dunkirk-Fredonia, New YorkNovember car Windshield broken by Brick a Brick was hurled through the Windshield of a 1962 Auto Mobile in Dunkirk late Friday night or Early this William 136 Lin Coln Dunkirk informed police of the incident at patrolmen James Heiderman and James Brill they stated that or Nellard parked his car in front of 115 Washington Avenue at Friday and left it there until to malicious mischief Otto 116 West fourth Dunkirk came to police Headquarters at 5 she stated that Between noon and someone put a by Hole in the front window of her storm George Ray told police Fri Day that sometime wednesday night two 4 by 8foot windows in front of George 47 Lake Shore West were pierced by by one Hole in each americas first silk Mill was built by Rodney and Horatio Hanks at in fir 01 to ii i one Quality Standard regardless of Cost our years of experience in conducting funeral services of faultless Good taste includes help in selecting a Quality casket to fit your As Well As your financial arrangements to suit funeral service Edward Orcutt director phone 3661999 504 Central Dunkirk i ample parking on premises Trio held for breaking at Arkwright three youths were taken into custody by sheriffs deputies Friday morning and charged with second degree criminal tres pass for allegedly breaking into a Cheryl of 58 armadillo Street and Frank of 9 pangolin were ordered held in lieu of bail on the trespass they were taken into Cus Tody by sheriffs assisted by Fredonia patrol Man John at a Cabin in Bali town of Ark following their arrest they were taken before Stockton town Justice Warren Chase who set bail and ordered the cases adjourned until 4 and then presented to Ark Wright Justice Robert my deputies said that Lemanski and Herman Are accused of breaking into a Cabin in Ark Wright owned by Morris Mil Ler of deputies also took a Dunkirk juvenile into custody who will be taken to family no further age or identity on the juvenile was election inspectors should get keys to voting machines City clerk Stephen Szczer Backi has requested that the chairmen of the various elec Tion District inspection teams obtain the keys to their respective voting machines in the City clerks it was also announced that the polls will remain open from 6 until 9 on election goes into ditch no one was injured in a one car Accident at Greco Lane and main Street Extension in Dunkirk at Michael 21 of 118 Eagle Fredonia told police he was going East in Greco when near the he said he applied his but the car continued through the intersection into a ditch across main Street sex the vehicle was towed John Mackowiak sons funeral Home 270 Lake Shore East phone pm 62756 attention Fredonia voters District 1 polling place has been changed from former Dudley Ford garage to the Wheelock school new for steam or hot water heated Homes Hydro Nic Humidifier if you own a Home heated with steam or hot you need a Skuttle drum talc Hydro Nic Why simply because excessively dry Winter air causes your family to feel due to Lack of a much moisture contend in the shuttles new dramatic Hyde Only Humidifier is designed expressly to provide proper humidified at All dry air tries to replace lost moisture by taking it from every available plants Wither and furniture dries and Falls rugs and drapes become Brittle and Wear bring an end to these expensive see us today for a free features new Olally Titian if for Hytron locally i Tim or hot Witer hot Ltd completely Lut Matlo simply Dill Huml Dziut Tor Difran of humidity drum inc non Tom direct drive in Cott Lew voltage will Lurtis and stept unit by turning by Trua motor and Blower Lett Numal flit Ara Tea Inglesi see thru feature for easy Imp permanent air Niter Aktepe Coll Duett can be run to girl Lett in area to be or unit can be Uitz without duct removable door for replacing in motto pad and Casale incorporated plumbing heating 13i 3sa8t fourth St Dunkirk 3661700 Milford Whitmer retired died Friday Milford 31 sahle Fredonia retired died Friday in Brooks Hospi Tal at the age of 71 born 1896 in the town of East he was the son of Frank and Chris Tina Meyers he was graduated from Griffith Institute in the state Bankers school in Syra in 1950 and received his degree from the state school of Cornell University in Whitmer enjoyed a Long and illustrious banking career which covered a Span of 53 having its beginnings in where he was employed at the Farmers he later worked at the Citi Zens commercial Trust com Pany in in he was appointed special representative to the Federal Reserve Bank of new Buffalo following a position As cashier of the Leroy nation Al he was named vice president of the Niagara National Bank in election to the presidency of the Citi Zens National Bank in Spring Ville in Whitmer came to Dunkirk to serve As vice president of the manufacturers and traders Trust Dunkirk of he served in that capacity until at which time he he was named chairman of the new York state Bankers association in 1936 and served until Active in civic affairs in the communities in which he Whitmer achieved High positions in the new York state masonic order and was a member of the Dunkirk elks Lodge other activities he pursued in Dunkirk included past chair Manship of the Northern Chautauqua red Cross and the presidency in the following organizations Dunkirk Cham Ber of Dunkirk rotary Shorewood country Chautauqua county Auto Mobile and the Chautauqua county Bankers Assoc a he served As trustee of the Dunkirk Fredonia United Community fund and was a trustee and ruling elder of the first presbyterian Church of recently he was named rotarian of the he is survived by his the former Violet whom he married two Arnold Whit Mer of and Dolores Schweizer of Springville a Edwin Whitmer of prize winners announced for Brocton Parade 380 children and parents attended the annual Brocton Portland halloween Parade thursday eve Ning sponsored by the Brocton Portland fire leading the Parade was the american legion color with music furnished by the Brocton Central school Village and town Board Mem Bers also groups were judged on the most cutest and ugliest and prizes were awarded in each age Anthony Cappellino was general chair among the most outstanding parades were a Fife and drum Daniel and Linda West witches Kenneth and Karen Crooks an Drew and James Deaken Wil Betty and Rebekah nor Gard Goldilocks and the three Michael and Matthew Ann Lavoice and Mabel refreshments were served by the Portland fire department auxiliary and prizes were distributed by the Brocton fire each child participating was Given a bag of acting police chief John Seitz reported no unusual damage in the Village and commented on the orderly conduct of All the children during the halloween fire damages apartment in Fredonia a fire caused by an overheated water Heater damaged an apartment at 19 Lambert ave Early this morn engine 11 of the Fredonia fire department responded to a still alarm at after one of the three occupants of the apartment called reporting that the e Heater was when firemen arrived they found that the vent to the Heater had apparently overheated and set fire to the attic and Box 41 at Lambert Avenue and Day streets was pulled by fire Man Robert Hay Ward after the extent of the fire was engine the Aerial ladder and emergency trucks responded to the Box two boost or lines were used to extinguish the flames which caused relatively minor damage to the Bath and the occupants of the apart the scene of a mattress fire this were identified As Nancy Maureen far Rell and Christie her All fre Donia College dump fire earlier in the fire men spent two hours at a fire in the Village dump in Sage engine Tanker the grass fire truck and Tanker 19 from Sheridan were used to Battle the equipment went to the scene at Tanker 10 earlier had been sent to the dump for another officials said that firemen went to the dump at baby Bath product being recalled new York of a nationally distributed baby Bath product were recalled by its manufacturer Friday be cause of possible bacterial con the Mennen asked any one who has any of its baby magic advertised As an Ultra mild liquid to return it to Mennen in or to a local retailer for re dealers were requested to destroy All stocks of the a Mennen spokesman said that routine Quality control tests of the product have shown that certain lots of the product con Tain bacteria which could cause serious the company said it has received no complaints or reports of infection caused by the Mennen said new supplies of the which will reach retailers meet our usual High Dunkirk firemen answer 5 Calls Dunkirk firemen responded to one emergency and four Leaf fire Calls Friday afternoon and at the emergency truck went to 29 Wright Street where Novella Wilson was she was Given oxygen and taken to Brooks Hospital in the Baron Westling she was admitted for engine 2 responded to four Leaf at to fair View Avenue and main to Lark Street be tween West fourth and West to West fourth and Swan and to Eagle Between West fourth and West fifth advertising too late to classify Hereford for 8 to 8 months Warren Stock ton Chevy Bel 6 Call 7924185 Between 8 to 4 Reeds livestock commission tonne la old in 1968 last Sale was Large with the Market practically steady on All Allen South sold top consigned for this Sale several fresh and Springer our usual run of fresh and sprinter beef Ana use both of our certified markets to assure yourself of competitive bidding for the West Way to Farmers Contact your local haulers or 9852411 thursday or Sherman 761 4411 or 7614191 our cover the same route tuesday and Thum Day or anywhere else by Norvel Reed and sons owner Ronald Reed and Norvel Reed vote Early to attend the notice to subscribers any customer living within the City limits of Dunkirk who fails to receive his paper by 6 Call 3666503 and it will be delivered with out no service after City and Vicinity Fine letter papers in a wonderful variety of Tex Choice of my new stationery by Whiting and address books and Many new Mcclen gift wonder Ful for Mcclen funeral notices John of 311 Nevins father of Frank of Merle Helen goodspeed and Charles Mary Cassidy of Leon of Charles enema Edmund Irene Robert Celia Habich and All of brother of Julia Wojtowicz of 16 grandchildren and 12 great grandchildren also funeral services will be held monday morning at from the Felix Mackowiak funeral 56 Doughty and at 10 Oclock in he wigs inter ment will follow in hed wigs friends May Cah at the funeral Home from 2 to 5 and 7 to 10 today and Kapuscinski Peter of husband of Mary of Forest Ville father of Anthony of Stanley Joseph both of Jamestown and miss Julia Kapuscinski Walter Trudnowski both of Forestville brother of Michael of Dunkirk also sur Vived by 10 grandchildren and one great prayers monday morning at Oclock at the Hole Parker funeral followed by a requiem mass at 10 at Rose Lima inter ment in Forestville friends May Call at the Milford fun eral services will be held Mon Day at the convenience of the committal services will be held monday after noon at 2 Oclock in Maple Wood masonic services will be conducted at 8 Oclock Sun Day evening by Springville Lodge 351 f am in the Larson memorial friends Are invited to Call at the Larson memorial Chapel from 7 to 9 this evening and from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 memorials to the cancer society or the Charity of your Choice will be no one was injured Friday noon when this House trailer and car flipped Over on the new York state thruway East of the Carl Backstrom of was travelling East with his wife when the mishap state police said a passing sem truck created a suction which flipped the observer card of thanks Dunkirk Man is arrested on burglary charge Jack of 438 Deer Dunkirk was arrested at 1 Friday on a felony charge of third degree burglary in connection with an alleged breaking at the ran elite 15 North Deer Kujawa was taken before City court judge August who adjourned the Case until the defendant remains in the City jail in lieu of posting Cash bail or property he was arrested on a warrant by Louis Barone and patrolmen Harry Budniewski and James Early in the morning of patrolmen Brill and Bud Niewski saw a person run from the restaurant while they were on a patrol an investigation revealed that a screen Over a window leading into the mens room on the East Side of the restaurant had been Cut and the window pushed a Short time Kujawa was picked up by police and charged with he told police he sleep and was out for a police say that they have Evi Dence to connect him with the nothing was re ported White will Purchase Allis Chalmers Stock White consolidated Indus and Gulf Western today announced that they had reached an agreement whereby White will Purchase Gulf westerns shares of the common Stock of Allis Chalmers manufacturing company for per share Cash and shares of White common details of the transaction re main to be worked White consolidated is the Parent company of the Marsh valve company of the family of the late John Grant wishes express their deep appreciation to All their relatives and neighbors for the kindness and sympathy shown them in their recent bereavement also their sin Cere thanks to the aides and orderlies on 2a and 2b of Brooks memorial the Adolph and the Gregory for their kindness during his in Bomasuto in Loving Mem Ory of my dear husband and our beloved father and grand who passed away 6 years ago our hearts still ache with sadness secret tears still flow what it meant to lose you no one will Ever when Days Are sad and lonely and everything goes wrong we seem to hear you whisper cheer up and carry each time we see your photo you seem to smile and say dont cry in Only sleeping Well meet again sadly missed by wife children grandchildren and great grandchildren systems clerk Nifte Art Contact personnel supervisor 718 452 p the co an equal Opportunity employ i new York up an All male jury awarded Fri Day to Evelyn whose fall before a Penn Central Railroad train heft her crippled for her Skull and Pelvis was dragged 60 feet by the train after she plunged from the platform of the mar ble Hill station in new York on in memorial Barreca in Loving memory of the greatest grandpa in the world he left me his thoughts unknown but left me a memory As god took him i still remember waiting for a train that never came i started school and in learning to in sending you a blessed Happy birthday note addressed to god and the i love you and still miss your holding my sadly missed by granddaughter Little Cheryl Batterson 5vz years old Barreca in Loving Mem Ory of my dear on his birthday november Only a but it still needs care for the one i love is sleeping there softly the stars Are gleaming on a previous grave where sleeps my dear husband who i loved but could not time Doest heal the sorrow dear god let him know its awfully lonesome Here without wishing him a blessed Happy birthday sadly missed by daughters and grandchildren watch is stolen from school locker two complaints were received by Fredonia police on at Larry 129 Lambert Avenue told police his wrist watch was stolen from a locker at the Fredonia Cen trial High school in the morning while he was in gym Cathy 80 Highland a reported at that her car was struck in the right Side while she was proceeding East in East main she said that a car pulled from the curb and struck her she followed the vehicle and obtained the License police Are invest Driver escapes Hurt As vehicle skids into Lake Findley an Motorist escaped injury at Friday night when his car went out of control and plunged into Findley David of 959 West ninth told sheriffs deputies John Siri Anno and John Scorse that he was northbound in route his car failed to negotiate a curve and went off the East the vehicle skidded diagonally across the Road and went off the West deputies said that the Auto went into the Lake and came to rest on its left Side in about feet of son was not injuries minor in Clymer crash minor injuries were reported in a two car Accident Friday at at the intersection of route 74 and the Brownell Janice of re was taken to the Hospital for treatment of a fractured nose and nose she said she was westbound in route 74 when a car operated by Arthur of re came out of the Brownell Road and struck her car in the left sheriffs deputies John Sirianno and John Scorse in five bids Are received for demolition Job there is a difference of Between the lowest and highest bids for the demolition of the existing structures on the site of the proposed High Rise apart ment building for the elderly in five bids were received acid opened Friday in the City clerks office at City Hall for the pro including offers from two Buffalo two Dunkirk and one from the lowest bid was submitted by the symans excavating corporation of Dunkirk which offered to demolish the six structures for Empire state tree submitted a bid of and Morris and Reimann wreck Buffalo proposed to do the work for Pacos construction company of Dun Kirk submitted a bid of the highest of those Mcintire associates of Buffalo with a Dunkirk bid the bids will be studied and one firm will be chosen at the next meeting of the common Council the structures to be razed and removed from the site at the foot of main Street include two a two two Story and a Ives tory it is expected that the demolition will begin immediately upon designation of a inasmuch As the Resu omis Sion of bids for the High Rise building will not take place until 20 and actual construction will not begin until some time after that it was deemed a Tim saving action to have the present structures razed so that the site will be ready for construction As soon As present at the bid opening were councilmen George Hutch ins on and Clem City clerk Stephen Edward executive director of the Dunkirk housing Peter Urban renewal and City building inspector Stephen motorists who want average tire tread Wear should drive in the 60 mile per hour Range and keep tires property Cash for your diamonds Leeds honest appraisals and immediate provides one of the Best ways to dispose of your diamonds and estates appraisers for Banks estates Leeds credit jewelee3 318 Central Dunkirk weather or not whether or not you have full losses will make sure your homeowners policy protects you dont wait for a loss to find those dangerous Stop leaks from starting Call us the Richard Fitzer phone pm 64466 130 East fourth Street casualty surety company Connecticut;

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