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Democrat and Chronicle
Rochester, New York
Saturday, February 27, 1960
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HUSKEY - On Friday, Feb. 26, 1960, Jesse L. Huskey of Bergen, N.Y. He is survived by his wife, Daisey Huskey; two daughters, nine sons, Mrs. C.H. Ford, Knoxville, Tenn., Mrs. George Parrott, Toledo, Ohio, Raymond and Jesse Jr., both of Cincinnati, John and Kenneth, both of Bergen, Albert of Chicago, Robert, James, Donald and Douglas Huskey, all of Knoxville, Tenn.; nineteen grandchildren; two sisters and one brother, Mrs. Mary Hardy, Mrs. Charles Webb, Henry Huskey, all of Knoxville, Tenn.; several nieces and nephews.
- Friends may call at Walker Bros. Co. Funeral Home, 21 S. Main St., Churchville, Saturday and Sunday, where services will be held Monday at 10 a.m. interment, Churchville.

LINCOURT - Della Lincourt, of Martin Rd., West Henrietta, on Feb. 26, 1950. She is survived by her husband, Dolphus Lincourt; nine daughters, Mrs. John (Blanche) Marcello, Mrs. O.B. Mary) Smith, Mrs. George (Alma) Wilfeard, Mrs. William (Margaret) Bice, Mrs. Leon (Evelyn) Smith, Mrs. Raymond (Rita) Weston, Madeline Lincourt, Mrs. Donald (Elizabeth) Quinell, Mrs. Walter (Irene) Wilfeard; three sons, Leo, Henry and Herman Lincourt; one sister, Mrs. Renoud, in Canada: thirty-three grandchildren.
- Friends are invited to call at N.J. Miller's Son Funeral Home, 1625 Mt. Hope Ave., 2-5 and 7-9, as well as to attend the requiem funeral Mass, 11 a.m. Monday in St. Joseph's Church, Rush. Interment, Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. Those who wish may have Masses said for the repose of her soul.

LIPSHUTZ - Thursday, Feb. 25, 1960, Lena Lipschutz of 545 Seneca Ave. She leaves her husband, Manuel; two daughters, Mrs. Victor (Ann) Robinson of Rochester, and Mrs. Joseph (Leiba) Zox of West Orange, N.J.; three grandchildren; two brothers. Ben Sanzel of Rochester and Dr. Maurice Chetlain of Chicago, and two sisters, Mrs. Sarah Rubin and Mrs. Rose Cohen of Rochester. 
- Friends may call at the Parsky Funeral Home, 1125 St. Paul St., Saturday evening 7-9 o'clock. Funeral services Sunday afternoon at 1 o'clock in the chapel of the funeral home. Burial in Workmen's Circle Cemetery, Britton Road. Friends wishing may contribute to a charity of their choice.

MILLER - Suddenly on Friday, Feb. 26, 1960, Mrs. Adolphine B. Miller, widow of Herman F. Miller of 45 LeGran Rd. She is survived by her daughter, Miss Esther L. Miller, Washington, D.C.; her sons, Rev. Herman D. Miller, Utica, Mark I. Miller, Fairfax, Va.; seven grandchildren; several nieces and nephews.
- Friends may call at Zornow's Funeral Home Saturday from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Services Sunday at 3:30 p.m. Interment in Buffalo.

MOORE - Wilson Moore of 455 Windsor Road, Thursday evening, February 25, 1960. He is survived by his wife, Margaret Crawford Moore; one daughter, Mrs. Robert (Evelyn) Jimmerson; two brothers, Thomas and William Moore, both of Ireland. He was a member Trowel Lodge 873 F. and A.M., New York City.
- Friends may call at the Fredrick W. Mulroney Funeral Home, 2729 Dewey Ave. Calling hours, 2-4 and 7-9. Services Monday morning, 10:30 o'clock. Interment, White Haven, Rev. Alfred B. Wangman officiating. Masonic services Sunday evening at 8 o'clock conducted by Charlotte Lodge, 1088 F. and A.M. Friends wishing may contribute to the Memorial Fund of Bethany Presbyterian Church, Brooklyn, N.Y. papers please copy. 

MORATH - George J. Morath, aged 61 years, of 164 Mitchell St., Friday, Feb 26, 1960. He is survived by his wife, Loretta Knapp Morath; his daughter, Miss Betty Morath; a sister, Mrs. Thelma Palmer; several nieces and nephews. 
- Friends may call from 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. at Mattie Funeral Service, Inc., 853 Culver Rd. Prayers at the parlor's Monday morning at 8:15 followed by requiem Mass at 9:00 o'clock at St. Andrew's Church.

NICHOLS - Nellie M. of 275 Park Ave. on Friday, Feb 26, 1960. She is survived by two nieces, Mrs. J. Newell Stannard and Miss Rose B. Kingsley, and one grand-niece.
- Funeral at Murphy Mortuary, 535 Oxford St., on Monday at 9:30 a.m. and 10 o'clock at the Church of the Blessed Sacrament. Callers received 3-5 and 7-9.

RICHARDSON - Mrs. Arthur W. (Mary) nee May Connell Richardson of 56 Chestnut St., February 26th, 1960. She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Robert (Loretta) Moore and Mrs. Elton L. (Thelma) Howe; three brothers, Frank J. and George J. Connell of Livania; several grandchildren, several nieces and nephews.
- Friends may call at N.J. Miller's Son Funeral Home, 1625 Mt. Hope Ave., 2-5 and 7-9 p.m. Requiem Mass Monday morning at 9 in St. Mary's Church. Interment, Holy Sepulchre Cemetery.

SCHWALM - Frank J. Schwalm Sr., aged 62 years, suddenly, Friday, Feb. 26, 1960, at his home, 214 Otis St. He is survived by his wife, Lillian Westcott Schwalm; two sons, Benjamin J. and Frank J. Schwalm Jr.; two daughters, Mrs. Kenneth (Agnes) Derby of Naples and Mrs. Lester (Emily) Vogel; one granddaughter, Mrs. Robert Wunsch, and fourteen other grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; two sisters, Mrs. Agnes Westcott, of Rochester, and Mrs. Sydney Dashnau of Oswego. 
-Friends may call from 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. at the Funeral Home of Haubner and Stallknecht, 828 Jay St. Funeral, Monday at 2 p.m. Interment, Mt. Hope Cemetery.

STEIN - Eugene J. Stein, aged 78 years, of 1190 Paul Rd., Chili, Thursday, Feb. 25, 1960. He is survived by his wife, Julia Krenzer Stein; five sons, Arthur L. of Rochester, Hubert W. and Paul E. of Chili, Raymond J. of Spencerport, Louis J. of Le Roy; two daughters, Mrs. Raymond (Kathryn) Tyler of Chili, Mrs. William (Helen) Schreiber of Webster; thirty-two grandchildren; one great-grandchild; one brother, Edward Stein of Rochester; three sisters, Sister M. Dorinda, Sister of St. Joseph of Geneva, Mrs. Martha Musz of Rochester, Miss Louisa Stein of Rochester. He was a member of the Holy Name Society of Holy Ghost Church.
- Friends may call from 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. at the Funeral Home of Haubner and Stallknecht, 828 Jay St. Funeral Monday morning at 9:00 o'clock and 9:30 o'clock at Holy Ghost Church, Coldwater. Interment, Holy Ghost Cemetery.

STEVENSON - Entered into rest Thursday, Feb. 25, 1960, Harriet L. Stevenson of Macedon, N.Y. She is survived by two sons, Carl E. and Albert W., both of Macedon; also one brother, Frank Fish of Palmyra, N.Y.
- Friends may call at the Payne Funeral Home, Macedon, from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Funeral services Sunday at the convenience of the family. Friends wishing may contribute to the Building Fund of the First Baptist Church of Macedon.

VAN KUYCK - Wednesday, Feb. [[?]] 1960


FORECAST - Snow flurries and cold, with some sunny intervals, is the prediction for Rochester and Western New York today. High temperature is expected to be in the mid-20s, with strong southwest to west winds 25 to 40 mph subsiding early in the day. (Associated Press Wirephoto Weather Map)

Weather Data
LOCAL OBSERVATIONS
The highest yesterday was 35 degrees, against 59 the same day in 1957, and 7 in 1900; the lowest 25, against 40 in 1880, and -1 in 1900; the mean 30, against 48 in 1957, and 3 in 1900. Normal: 27.

ROCHESTER READINGS 
(Temperatures and Humidity) 
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          T | H
2 a.m. | 27 | 96
4 a.m. | 29 | 94
6 a.m. | 33 | 89
8 a.m. | 34 | 82
10 a.m. | 34 | 83
Noon | 31 | 72

          T | H
2 p.m. | 32 | 68
4 p.m. | 30 | 74
6 p.m. | 28 | 84
8 p.m. | 26 | 81
10 p.m. | 26 | 84
Midnight | 25 | 90

Precipitation - .01
From Jan. 1-Feb. 26, 1960 - 6.96
From Jan. 1-Feb. 26, 1959 - 6.57
Normal - 4.60

Western New York, Northern Finger
Lakes to Lake Ontario: Occasional heavy snow squalls east and northeast of Lakes Erie and Ontario where two to five inches of new snow is likely with much blowing and drifting. High in the mid-20s. Winds W to SW 25 to 40 mph. 
South-Central New York: Considerable cloudiness and windy with occasional snow flurries. Temperatures mostly in the 20s. Winds W 15-30 and gusty.
Interior Eastern New York: Cloudy, windy and snow flurries. Occasional snow squalls near Lake Ontario. High in 20s. New York City: Fair and a little colder. High 40. 
Western Pennsylvania: Cloudy, not as windy, snow flurries. High 24-30.

Temperatures 
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           Low | High 
ROCHESTER | 25 | 35 
Atlantic City |38 | 49
Boston | 35 | 45
Buffalo | 27 | 32
Chicago | 22 | 27
Denver | -2 | 8
Duluth | 1 | 22
Kansas City | 16 | 27
Los Angeles | 49 | 58
Miami Beach | 61 | 73
New Orleans | 31 | 52
New York City | 37 | 44
Philadelphia | 35 | 46
Phoenix | 36 | 61
Pittsburgh | 35 | 46
St. Louis | 17 | 29
Seattle | 27 | 38
Tampa | 51 | 60
Washington | 36 | 49


Rochester Aviatrix Marks 50th Year of First Flight

NEW YORK, Feb. 26 (AP) — On a windy day in 1910, a girl in long, flapping skirts and Gibson-girl pompadour was taxiing a three-wheeled contraption of pipes, cables and oiled silk around a pasture in Hammondsport.

A gust of wind came along, and 18-year-old Blanche Stuart Scott became the first woman in America to take to the air.

The Antique Airplane Assn. is honoring tomorrow the indestructible little lady who is celebrating the half-century anniversary of that historic gust of wind.

After flying in — by airliner — from her home in Rochester, she reminisced in an interview about the early days of flying. She is a native of Rochester and returned to Rochester last fall from Howell, Steuben County, where she resided on the Greenwood-Conesteo Road.

She drove her first automobile at the age of 13 and was the first woman to drive an auto across the country “over wagon trails full of prairie dog holes, and many a broken spring.”

The publicity from this cross-country trek was noted by Glenn L. Curtiss in Upstate New York, whose principal source of income was from daredevil exhibitions across the country of his pusher airplanes.

Curtiss suggested she join his crew of daredevils.

One day in September, 1910, she was in the Hammondsport pasture, going through what then passed for pilot training. In those days no budding flier ever took to the air except to solo — there was only room in the plane for one.

This day Curtiss himself was instructing her, and he had given her neither takeoff signal nor blessing. She had only been under instruction for three days. A governor held down the power of the motor. 

But the gust of wind lifted the winged bird-cage about 10 feet off the ground. She was flying but, with no power to keep her in the air, quickly bounced down for her first landing.

“This gave me an excuse,” she said, “to insist that they take the governor off the motor, and I began flying. What we actually did was hop. The plane was small and the field was big, so we would hop first 50 feet, then 75 feet, then 100 feet.”

She made her first appearance as a “professional” in an exhibition at Fort Wayne, Ind.

When World War I came along, she sold her plane to the government and retired.

Deaths 
ALESSI - Entered into rest Feb. 26, 1960, Joseph Alessi of 169 Parkway. Survived by his wife Nicoletta (Nellie); one son, John; two daughters, Mrs. Joseph (Carrie) cavalcante, Mrs. Anthony (Antonetta) Giamforte; one sister, Mrs. James Phillips, in Rochester; two brothers and two sisters in Italy; five grandchildren; several nieces and nephews. Mr. Alessi was a member of the San Bartolo DiGeraci Society.
- Friends may call 2-5 and 7-10 p.m. at the Falvo Funeral Home, 333 Lake Ave. Funeral Services Tuesday at 8:30 and 9 o'clock at St. Anthony's Church. Interment, Holy Sepulchre Cemetery.

MAJOR - Entered into rest in Canandaigua Veteran's Hospital, Feb. 26, 1960, Burton W. Major, formerly of 1 Amherst St. He is survived by three sisters, Sister Mary Theresa, Sister Mary Adelaide of the Sisters of Mercy and Mrs. Agnes Bothwick; several nieces and nephews. He was a World War I veteran, attached to Base Hospital No. 19.
- Friends may call from 2-5 and 7-9 at the Thomas F. Trott Funeral Home, 683 Main St. E. Funeral Monday morning at 9:30 and 10 o'clock at Blessed Sacrament Church. Interment, Holy Sepulchre Cemetery.

PINEAU - Entered into rest Feb. 24, 1960, Ellen F. Pineau of Brooklyn, N.Y. She is survived by two sisters, Mrs. Mary schuetz and Mrs. Margaret Sullivan, both of Rochester N.Y.; several nieces and nephews.
- Funeral and interment in Brooklyn N.Y. Arrangements by the Thomas F. Trott Funeral Home.

SWANSON - Agnes, at 144 West Ivy St., East Rochester, suddenly, Thursday, Feb. 25, 1960. Survived by her husband, Alexander; son, Edward of Rochester; two sisters, Mrs. Edith Ferm and Mrs. Frieda Paulsen of Boston; brother, Sven Paulson of Sweden; several nieces and 
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2 City Students Held at Princeton

Two Rochester men were arrested in Princeton, N.J., early yesterday in connection with the toppling over of a statue of the Virgin Mary in a Princeton schoolyard.

Charged with malicious mischief, George H. Hawks, 21, was released in $100 bail. Robert M. Briggs, 21, was arrested at the same time and charged with loitering while under the influence of alcohol. Three other students were arrested with the pair.

Hawks, son of Mr. and Mrs. George H. Hawks Jr., 3211 East Ave., and Briggs, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mervyn R. Briggs, 1661 Creek St., Penfield, are students at Princeton University.

Realty Brokers Conduct Clinic

Ways and means of taking the most advantage of the real estate market, from a sales standpoint, were pointed out to brokers from New York and New Jersey yesterday as a two-day regional sales clinic opened in the Sheraton Hotel.

The clinic, sponsored by the National Institute of Real Estate Brokers, consists of panel discussions in which several Rochester real estate men are participating.

Commercial property opportunities and financing problems, along with sales techniques, were discussed yesterday at panels on which members included Ralph R. Borchard, Andrew Chenelly, William C. Kane, Charles W. Carson, Harold F. Grunert and James G. Killin. 
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Portland-Randolph Black male HOI-8638

CAT, lost vicinity Elmgrove Rd. Male long-haired tiger, white markings. Answers to "Daffy". Reward. UN 5-6319. 
COCKER spaniel, 2-year-old male. Black. Lost vicinity Lake-Bay Rds. Child's pet BU 8-2689

DALMATIAN dogs (2), lost Feb. 25, reward. HO 7-8724, 160 Arrow Dr. 

DIAMOND Wedding Band: Lost Rochester Products. downtown Reward. LU 6-2471
DOG, black, white markings, name "Tiny" lost Averill-South Ave. Child's pet. BA 5-8352.

FOUND: Male gray cat, 4 white teef. chest, green eyes, Vicinity lola. HI 5-3070
GERMAN shepherd pup, black and silver with pink cross on nose, 3 months; lost Dewey-Winchester area. Wednesday a.m.; pet of 4 boys. UN 5-6352

GLASSES, Woman's black rims, silver case. Lost. UN 5-6776

KEYS on silver chain, 4 big keys, 4 small keys, lost Five o'clock Club Monday 11 p.m. - 2 a.m. Mr. Manning, BA 5-8291

SKI poles (2), lost Swain Feb. 21, reward. BU 8-7648.

WRISTWATCH lost Feb. 19, man's Gruen, leather band, vicinity East Ave., near Winton, reward. HU 2-3231.

Monuments, Cemetery Lots 7
TWO graves, section "Y," Mt. Hope Cemetery. HO 7-2316.

Personals 7A
NOTICE is hereby given that I will not be responsible for any debts contracted for this by anyone other than myself. Dated this 25th day of February, 1960. Frank Porlato, 583 Brown St., Rochester, N.Y.

PERSONS witnessing accident on February 2nd, 1960, at East Ave. - Winton Rd., around 12 p.m. involving 1960 Pontiac and 1954 Mercury please call Mr. Retchless, or Mr. Lolacono, HA 6-2090.

ANY girl in trouble and in need of a friend call or see Mrs. Brigadler Baxendale, Salvation Army, 60 North St. HA 6-2360.

PERSONS witnessing accident on December 24, 1958, at Cleveland St., Hudson Ave., around 4:15 p.m., involving 1955 DeSoto and 1955 Willy's, please call Mr. Retchless or Mr. Lolacono. HA 6-2090.

PERSONS witnessing accident on Dec. 21, 1959, at South Ave. and Elmwood Ave., around 6:30 a.m. Involving 1959 Chevrolet and a Monroe County (lola) truck please call Mr. Retchless or Mr Lolacono, HA 6-2090. Important.

THANKS to Blessed Virgin Mary, Infant of Prague, and St. Jude for favor received, Dan Metlidi. 

THANKS to St. Jude for favor received. V.I.

DO you need a lawyer? If you do not have one, contact Lawyer Reference Service a public service sponsored by Monroe County Bay Association. The only charge for initial consultation with a member attorney is $5. For full information, apply 313 Powers Bldg.

IF you like plain or fancy cats Join the Genesee Cat Fanciers Club. Meets first Wednesday each month 8 p.m. at the Rochester Museum.

THANKS to the Blessed Mother St. Joseph, St. Jude for favors received. J.B.

A Scientist Dies; Native of Geneva

William Horace Rogers, 41, an atomic energy scientist and native Genevan, died yesterday (Feb. 26, 1960) in a Los Alamos, N.M., hospital after several weeks of illness.
Mr. Rogers was the only son of the late Mr. and Mrs. W. Horace Rogers of Geneva. His mother died last February in Geneva. 
Mr. Rogers attended Geneva school, was graduated from Swarthmore College and did graduate work at the University of Pennsylvania.

VICINITY DEATHS
Mrs. John Kujawski, 75, Batavia, Thursday.
Donald D. Wilson, 51, formerly of Batavia, Feb. 20 in Orlando, Fla.
Mrs. Sarah H. Casey, 78, Penn Yan, yesterday. 
Archie S. Bates, 72, Lyons, yesterday.
Earl F. Palmeter, 70, Newark, yesterday.
Mrs. Frank Weet, 82, Shelby Center, Thursday in Medina.
Mrs. Dorothy K. Newman, 46, formerly of Wayland, yesterday in Fort Worth, Tex.
Mrs. Helena T. Scharping, 74, Waterport, Thursday. Survivors include a son, Frederick, of Rochester
August DeSmith, 82, Williamson, yesterday in Sodus.
Roscoe Page, 71, Ontario, yesterday in Rochester. Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. James Ventura of Rochester.
Marcus Sloyer, 78, Naples, Thursday.

Nazareth Opens 'Campus Capers'

Nazareth College's winter weekend, called "Campus Capers" and conforming to a "modern" theme, began yesterday with judging of snow sculptures.
The freshmen and junior classes won prizes with their snow versions of a colored Yogi bear and an abstract snowflake, respectively. Last night there was a jazz concert in the auditorium.
Events today will include sledding and skating during the afternoon followed by a snack party and poetry reading. A buffet dinner is scheduled at 7:30 p.m. at Midvale Country Club, to be followed at 9 p.m. by a dance at which a queen will be chosen.

Parked Cars Hit; Motorist Injured

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Convenient downtown location. near Auto Club 25 years experience. Reasonable rates, BA 5-1532, 160 Chestnut St.

INCOME Tax: experienced. Reasonable. 
Your home or mine. Fl 2-3681.

INCOME Tax: Adams 147 Crosman. 2 years experience Daily 10-9 Saturday Sunday. 10-5 BR 1-0755

INCOME Tax: Experienced. Reasonable. Business. Personal, Open Daily, 45 E Main.

INCOME tax, Federal and State. Reasonable rates. Call ID 6-2702

INCOME tax: Business and Individual B.A. Tax Service, BU 8-0725

INCOME tax: Home Consultation. Reasonable rates. BR 1-2740. anytime Rochester Business Service

KITCHEN chairs recovered permanently,pickup, delivery, days, evenings. HO 7-2344.

LEAGUES openings: Bowlodrome, 1020 Plymouth Ave. S., FA 8-6291.

PERMANENTS given at home. 19 years experience. BA 5-2812.

WOMEN: Massage and heat cabinet. License 144. Ossie's Gymnasium, GR 3-5190.

ALL controlled detergents, soops. 50 pounds, $8 up. BA 5-5650.

WOMEN: 5-week reducing program includes exercise, heat cabinet, personal supervision. Ossie's Gymnasium. GR 7-5190.

LAKEPORT Trading Port Authority Bidg., 4664 Lake Ave. Visit our gift shop evenings 7 to 10, all day Saturday.

TACKED-DOWN carpeting cleaned in your home. No danger of shrinkage with Staub's exclusive "Karpet-Kare" method. BR 1-4200. Developed by Bige-low-Sanford.

PERMANENTS, your home, your convenience, all work guaranteed. ID 6-6911.

IF you are in financial difficulties, don't lose the equity in your home. We will buy it. Piahl, Realtors, BA 5-5190.

FINER miracle fabrics and blends get special dry cleaning attention at Ben Barnet Cleaners, 288 Monroe. Fast Service.

SAMPLE suits; great savings. Open evenings. Rabin's Clothing, 282 Joseph Ave. See Oscar and save.

Holiday Specials 8A

ST. PATRICK'S Day cards now on display. Downs, 411 Lyell.

Travel-Air, Land, Water 11

GRADUATE student wants to join charter flight Europe. Leave end of May, return September. References exchanged. L. Rabkin, 23 Strathalian Pk.

II-AUCTIONS
Auctioneers, Auction Sales 12
ARNOLD Emerson: Household cattle machinery, etc. Call us for a prompt personal service Phone Canandaiaua 438-R 

AL DORREN Licensed, handed. auctioneer: commercial, industrial, ousiness, house furnishings: Fast sales see Al before you sell. BA 5-3140. Henrietta 568-R.

AUCTIONEER, sales manager and agricultural appraisal; livestock and farm auctions. Complete service available Harris Wilcox, Bergen, phone 146.

AUCTION, Saturday, Feb. 27, 1 p.m. at 1671 Harris Rd., Penfield, between Atlantic and Plank Rd. Owners foving to Florida, complete household furnishings to be sold. K. Batchler, owner. Bill Chase, auctioneer. Webster 65-J.

A. BLOOM: Auctions, appraisals, antiques, estates, households, stores, business, real estate. BU 8-4419

EMANUEL Levy, auctioneer, appraiser, liquidator; merchandise, fixtures, homes of furniture; estates LO 2-5020.

I. SHOOLMAN & Associates, Inc., I Shoolman, Herbert Derman and David S. Weinstein, auctioneers-appraisers-liquidators for stores, merchandise, fixtures, machinery, equipment, furniture, estate, real estate, etc. Phone HA 6-8120.

HAROLD G. Hill, livestock and general auctioneer; also real estate. With Carle A. Durling, Broker, Albion, N.Y. 

AUCTIONEER, appraiser, Clare Ladd Real estate, city and suburban properties. For appointment call Henrietta 284-R. 

AUCTION: By order of the Executrix in the estate of Joseph Schmidt, deceased, d/b/a West. Ave. Esso Service Center, (we will sell at Public Auction on Monday, February 29th, 1960. at 10:30 a.m. on the premises at 328 West Ave. (corner Hague St.) Rochester, N.Y. Complete garbage and gas station equipment, tools and stock, automotive will be sold in parcels only and positively not as a whole. Equipment and tools consisting of National electric cash register Mod. K21-4-1-4-R (B) 1, Ser. 5018516; 2-Hamilton  & Wiz sales registers; Ditto hand duplicating machine; Simplex electric time clock; chrome upholstered settee; Black & Decker Super Service valve refacer, type NWB, size 9/16", Ser. 2182195; Black & Decker vibrocentric 55 degree heavy duty driver, type C, Ser. 2232575; Sun motor tester, Ser. 25424; Sun Mod. B622 battery charger, Ser. 309; 2-Sun Mod, BC 60 & BC 80-1 portable 6 and 12 volt battery charges; Sun Mod CB volt-ampere tester, Ser. 14048; Sun Mod. x35 power timing light, Bishman Mod. 880 tire changer, Ser. 717 motorized; John Bean Mod. 99 headlight tester, Ser. 2153; Black Hawk Mod, 5J2, 1 1/2 ton cap, hydraulic bumper lack, Ser. B1278; Lincoln portable lube unit; Tru-cut Mod. 810, Ser. 20731; Champion spark plug cleaner; Walker 1 1/2 ton cap hydraulic lack; 2-hydraulic lacks; Black Hawk No. J17, 1 1/2 ton hydraulic lack, Acetylene set with torch guagues, hose and tanks, Black and Decker 1/4" electric drill; Meuther brake stop meter, Ser. 12085; Blue Point Mod. SV27 elec. disc grinder; Black & Decker elec. buffer; portable elec. saw, Thor mod. 55, 1/2" elec. impact wrench; 2 grease pumps, 3 Sun compression testors; double end bench grinder; Parker 3 1/2" bench vise; paint spray gun, regular and hose; Bennett barrel pumps, Davenset battery tester; Snap-on tools, wrenches, socket sets, vise grips; oil cans; hose; grease guns; radiator testers, etc. Stack consisting of 50 fan belts, 75 radiator hose, 30 fuel pumps and carburators, 20 generators, 200 spark plugs, 25 battery cables, 20 tubes and recapped tires, tuses, bulbs, condensers, points, rotors, distributor caps and covers, brush sets, oil filters, batteries, thermostats, gaskets, muffler clamps, hose, windshield wiper blades and arms, oil, island oil rack, Maytag elec. washer, etc. Autos consisting of 1952 Dodge 4 door sedan; 1951 Hudson 4 door sedan; 1949 Willys Jeep station wagon; 1950 Chevrolet 2 door sedan. Open for inspection Monday, February 29, 1960, 9:00 a.m. until time of auction. For information, call I. Shoolman and Associates, Inc., Schoolman-Derman-Weinstein, Auctioneers. HA 6-8120.

BANKRUPTCY Trustee of Verne R. Orlop, selling at public auction March 1, 1960, 10 a.m., at Bankruptcy Court, 116 Federal Building, Rochester, New York, tenancy by the entirety interest of bankrupt property 139 Genesee Street, Rochester, New York, being land about 42'x160' with double frame dwelling; subject liens, oncumbrances, mortgages and taxes. Sale Donovan, Referee in Bankruptcy. Terms announced at sale. Thomas R. McHugh, Turstee.

DODGE, 1952 4-door sedan, 6 cyl. fluid drive, with heater, Ser. 31908841, Eng. P755-H-38665; 1951 Hudson Hornet, 4-door sedan, 6 cyl., automatic transmission with radio and heater, Eng. No. 7A24001; 1949 Willys Jeep 2-door station wagon, heater Serv. 20384, Eng. 20186; 1950 Chevrolet, Mod. 2102 2-door sedan, automatic transmission, radio, heater, Ser. IKC48171, Eng.HA2305945. Will be sold at Public Auction by order of the Executrix in the estate of Joseph Schmidt, Deceased, d/b/a West Ave. Esso Service Center, on Monday, Feb. 29, 1960 at 10:30 a.m. at the premises on 328 West Ave. (corner Hague St.) Rochester, N.Y. Open for inspection of auction, For information call I. Shoolman and Associates, Inc., Shoolman-Derman-Weinstein, Auctioneers, Phone HA 6-8120.

PUBLIC auction advance notice, Monday Feb. 29, 1:30 p.m. at the Auction Sales Rooms, 12-14 Aqueduct St. (off 29 E. Main near 4 corners). Household furniture and furnishings compromising storage releases and other consignments, linens, housewares etc. See Sunday's D & C for descriptive list. Emanuel Levy, Auctioneer LO 2-5020.

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impossible to get all our parts are fully guaranteed. Free delivery service within 75-mile radius.

Auto Accessories, Parts 15
ALLEN Auto Parts has a complete stock of new and used parts, reasonably priced 25 Ford St. LO 2-5310.

BONDED brake shoes and clutches for all cars and trucks. Vic's Auto Parts, 790 Lake Ave., GL 3-7762.

FIRE injectors; replace spark plugs; increase mileage. Fullers, 341 Broadway.

HOLLYWOOD mufflers, fender skirts, wheel covers, used tired, wheels, Fev Auto Supply, 124 University, BA 5-6608.

VETERANS Auto Parts, 1060 Lee Rd.: Has new and used parts such as wheels, tired, radios, tired, batteries, springs, wheels, mufflers, carburetors, motors, transmissions, etc.

HEADQUARTERS for mufflers and pipes for all cars. Duals, glass paks, tender skirts, 14-in. and 15-in., full wheel caps, chrome accessories, springs. Schuber Auto Parts, 558 Lvell Ave. GL 3-6775.

BRAKE shoes, bonded and riveted. All numbers. Also clutch plates and pressure plates. Phil's Auto Parts, BA 5-1620.

RAMBLER, 1954:  Complete parts; motor, hydramatic system, 6 tires, 2 snow; battery. Henrietta 5-30-J. 4429 E. Henrietta Rd.

Automobiles for Sale 18
ALFA-ROMEO, 1959 roadster: Also nice selection import cars: '57 Citreon D-19 sedan, $1,395; '57 Simca (best model) sedan, $995; '57 Renault sunroof sedan, $895, '57 Mercedes sedan, $2,795; '58 Ford (English), $995; '58 Saab sedan, %1,095. Monroe Auto Sales, 55 Monroe Ave.

ALFA Romeo: Excellent selection now in stock; all years 1956 through 1960; prices start as low as $1,895. We'll make it easy for you to own one of the finest sports cars now available. Also 1959 "2000" demonstrator, save $800. Factory authorized sales and service. Webb Motors, 1235 University Ave. (near Culver Rd.).

AUSTIN, 1960 A-55 Cambridge Mark 11, 4-door sedan, in stock, available for immediate delivery, $2,198. Ross Motors, factory authorized dealer, Sodus, Phone 3451. Open evenings. 

AUSTIN Healy Sprite, 1959; used 1,000 miles by Mr. Ross; reduced to $1,695. Ross Motors, factory authorized dealer, Sodus, Phone 3451. Open evenings. 

AUSTIN Healy, 1960 "3,000" in stock, available for immediate delivery. Ross Motors, factory authorized dealer, Sodus. Phone 3451. Open evenings. 

AUSTIN: 1953 4-door. Top condition. Offers considered. Spencerport, EL 2-4188.

BORGWARD: See the new high-quality sedans and station wagons. Best Motors. 1451 Lyell, GL 3-6711.

BUICK, 1955 Riveria 4-door, Automatic $695. "See Siebert's and Save." 615 South Ave., BA 5-2575.

BUICK, 1957 convertible; radio, heater, automatic power steering, power brakes; real sharp. $1,595 East Ave. Plymouth-Valiant Corp., 336 East Ave., "Rochester's newest Plymouth-Valiant dealer," 336 East Ave.

BUICK, 1955 tudor coupe special: Good condition. Private owner. $575. 2206 Buffalo Rd.

BUICK, 1957 Roadmaster hardtop sedan: Sharp 2-tone green finish, power steering, power brakes, power windows. A really spotless car inside and out. Special at $1,795. Bonenblust & Buckman (Your Oldsmobile dealers), 340 Lake Ave.

BUICK, 1955: a 2-tone grey 2-door,in the popular "Century" model; it's a hard-top, with power brakes, power steering and Dynaflow; our special price at $795 is a new low. Dovie's "new" used car lot "the Brightest Spot on Auto Row." 300 Lake Ave.

BUICKS, '55 and '56 Riviera hardtop. Choice of (4). One owner cars. From $745. Ridley Ford, Webster, N.Y.

BUICK, 1957 Riviera Century 2-door hardtop; Power steering and brakes, radio, heater. Brown color. One owner. $1,545. Ridley Ford, Webster, N.Y.

BUICK: 1955 Special 2-door. Blue and white, radio, heater, whites, $695. Archer Motor Co., heated showrooms, 350 Monroe.

BUICKS, Buicks, Buicks: 1960 sedan and coupe; 1959 hardtop sedan and 1956 Riviera coupe; 1955 Buick station wagon 1955 and 1954 Riviera coupes, priced to sell. Fairport Motors (your suburban Buick dealer), Fairport, N.Y.

BUICK: 1959 LeSabre hardtop sedan. Power steering, custom trim, white wall tires, low mileage. Big savings. Fairport Motors (your Suburban Buick dealer), Fairport, N.Y.

BUICK 1959's. Selection at reduced prices. 1 Electra. Tragoff Buick, Brockport.

BUICK: 1957 Super hardtop coupe. All nice equipment; one owner, elmer Schmidt, Buick, Honeoye Falls.

BUICK: 1959 225 Electra convertible. All power; owner's car. Elmer Schmidt, Buick, Honeoye Falls.

BUICK, 1959, convertible, power steering, power brakes, radio, heater, twin turbine transmission. $3,195. Pitts Buick, 890 Ridge Rd. Webster, HU 2-2425.

BUICK, 1956 Rivera hardtopo coupe, 2-tone finish, Dynaflow, radio, heater, power equipped; what a car for only $995, Fincher's Used Car Plaza, corner Union and Court.

BUICK. 1956 Special hardtop; has full power equipment; priced low at $995. Hallman Chevrolet; we can finance your deal at 470 Court St., 29 S. Union, 218 East Ave.

BUICK, 1953 2-door: Condition of this car is excellent. Makes excellent 2d car. N.Y. State inspected. Full price $395. $21 month Corey Cartown, Your Mercury-Rambler Dealer, 2175 Empire Blvd.

BUICK, 1950 special: Good condition, inspected, fully equipped. Churchville 619-W. 

BUICK, 1958 4-door Special Custom: Whitewalls, radio, heater 15,000 miles. Excellent condition. $1,595. 91 Saratoga.

BUICK, 1956 Super Convertible: Green and white with matching interior. Power steering-brakes-windows and seat. Nice set of whitewalls. Beat the spring prices by buying now. Reduced to only $1,195. Dorschel-Buick Opel-Lark, 68 Genesee st.

CADILLAC, 1958 hardtop coupe: Full factory equipment including everything. Investigate this value before you buy. $3,295. Valley Cadillac Corp., 1701 East Ave.

CADILLAC, 1950 Fleetwood. New tires. Solid. Best offer. HU 2-9811.

CADILLAC: 1952 convertible. Full price $695. Automatic, radio, heater, whitewalls. Archer Motor Co., 350 Monroe.

CADILLAC, 1956: Has full power equipment; in excellent condition throughout. Price low at $1,895. Voipe. Lincolin-Mercury-English Ford, 727 E. Main.

CADILLAC, 1954 Coupe De Ville: tutone green. Full power. Like new inside and out. One-owner. Radio, heater, $1,395. Ridley Ford, Webster, N.Y.

CADILLAC, 1955 4-door. Full factory equipment. Low price. East Ave. Plymouth-Valiant Corp., "Rochester's newest Valiant-Plymouth dealer," 336 East Ave.

CADILLAC, 1957 4-door hardtop. Full power; in excellent condition $2,495. Save. East Ave. Plymouth-Valiant Corp. (Rochester's newest Plymouth-Valiant dealer), 336 East Ave.

CADILLAC, 1956 sedan, de ville, light blue, all power, radio, heater, beautiful condition. Fully guaranteed. $1,895. Horton's 625 Culver Rd.

CADILLAC, 1955. (62) convertible, hydramatic, radio, heater, power equipped, white walls, matching top, matching interior, $1,595. Fincher's used car plaza corner Union and Court. 

CHEVROLET: 1957 "210" 2-door. Beautiful blue and white car. Exceptionally low mileage. Also a '56 black 2-door, $1,195. Churchill Motors, 110 Mt. Hope.

CHEVROLET: 1955 tutone "v-8" Bel-Air sedan. Powerglide, radio, heater, Sharp, Like new car. $795. Archer Motor Co., "Heated Showrooms," 350 Monroe.

CHEVROLET, 1956 "V-8" 2-door, power glide. $995. "See Siebert's and Save" 615 South Ave. BA 5-2575.

CHEVROLET: 1959, Parkwood, 4-door station wagon, V-8, automatic and full power, equipped, beautiful torque with a white top Driven 9,000 careful miles. $2,595 Palmyra Motors. Palmyra, N.Y., dal BA 5-1010

CHEVROLET 1959 Impala V-8 4-door
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