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North Scriba Baptist Church North Rd. Rt. 2. Rev. Georw The regular meeting of the In addition to Superintendent M. Butler. Oswego Board of Education will of Schools Charles Ahern's e Peter J . Capizzi noted "Postal Week," designated by 11 a.m. Church Worship and be held at 8 p.m. Wednesday, superintendent's report Fred Postmaster General's Postmaster General E. T. t h e Rev. William J . Brown, pas- Sunday School. CATHOLIC CHURCHES May 2 at the Education Center Maxon and Robert Magin will Klassen as a time for statement that this week is a lor. 233 West Utica St. A canvass give a report on the long range St. Paul's Church "recognition of the vital valid time "to take stock of Lycoming Methodist Saturday Mass at 7 p. m. of the May 1 vote in the annual planning for education corn* responsibilities assigned to the the challenges which must be Rev. Robert DeWalt, Pastor* Last Fifth St. between school election will be taken. mittee prior to the regular vionawk and Utica Sts. Sunday: Low Mass at 9 and • Sunday, 10 a.m. Morning mail service** begins Sunday in jointly met by postal people and meeting. by the millions of citizens Oswego. Rev. Joseph. D. Segrue, 11 a. m. Worship. On the agenda for con- as*or; Rev. C. Vincent Lane, Holy days: Low Masses at In announcing the schedule of throughout America who depend sideration are administrative Associate Pastor; Rev. William a. m., 12:10 noon and 7 p. m. 11 a.m. Church School. the week's activities, Officer-In- upon the mail as an essential 7 p.m. MYF meeting at and teacher resignations, a A. Lorenz, in residence. Tart of their personal and Daily Moss at 7 a. m. teacher request for a military church. business lives." Masse? at St. Paul's Catholic Baptisms Sunday at 12 noon leave of absence, a Civil Ser- Jl.tirch are: Saturday vigil The week's activities will be The United Church of Christ or by appointment. vice custodial appointment, a MMS* at 5:20 p.m., Sunday, highlighted Monday April S O East Fourth and Oneida Our Lady of the Rotary transfer of funds within the 7:50, 9 and 10:30 a.m. and 12 with Postal People Day obStreet, Rev. James C, Tschudy Hannibal Arrangements have been servances at the local post minister. REV. REES T. WILLIAMS made to individually photograph 1972-73 School District Budget, (,t*m. Baptisms at 1 p.m. the awarding of a contract on Daily Masses at 7 and 7:45 a. St. Joseph's Chapel office, during which ten stamps 10:30 — Sunday School the students at the Middle 1973 issue bonds, the N.Y. State m. and 5:20 p. m. in the church Southwest Okweg© honoring the postal people who 10:30 — Worship & Nursery; School again this year. Because S c h o o l Board Association during Lent. serve America will be issued Rev Joseph Larkin, pastor. reception of members; Sermon:! pictures are printed only for Conference, the establishment Perpetual Novena o( the Approximately 1,800 Niagara for the first time. Saturday Mass—7 p.m. "All Things New I Corinthians those desiring to purchase them of payroll dates for the 1973-74 Miraculous Medal and evening Mohawk Power Corp. customers Appropriate ceremonies will 15. Sunday Masses—Our Lady of the Middle School Parents school year and a report and Mass each Monday at 5:20. in the City of Oswego found mark the occasion. 5:30 — Family Night dinner A ssociation has made a w a r d of contracts for Confessions on Saturday at 4 a.m. Officer-In-Charge Peter J . at the church. j themselves without electrical Daily Mass—Our Lady of the arrangements to be at the m a g a z i n e s and newspaper ,o «i p.m. and 7:30 - 8:30 p.m. th* Rosary, 8:30 a.m. and 11*19 power beginning about 11:30 a. Capizzi noted that all postal Middle School on Tuesday and subscriptions. Rosary—noon or evening at re- Church of the Resurrection | m. today. Service was restored customers visiting the Oswego Wednesday morning to accept post office on Postal People quest of parisiumers. Episcopal | at 12:08 p. m. the prepayment. There is a 100 REV. REES T. WILLIAMS St. Mary's Cburcfc Day will be given free souvenir Sunday Mass — S t Joseph's Robert Crist, area manager per cent refund guarantee if the The Rev. Donald R. J . Read. West Seventn and Cayuga Sts. Chapel, 10 a.m. * Word of the death in Uwyn- parent is dissatisfied. for Niagara Mohawk, said that envelopes, printed with special 7 p.m. Saturday — Meads Rev. Robert E. Hall, pastor Confessions — O. L. Rosary. the power outage involved five cachet, so long as a limited gwril, ftorth Wales, Thursday The Portrait Package will Chapel — 120 West Fifth Street, and ^ev. John J . Smegelsky, Saturday 5 to 5:30 p.m., and supply lasts. evening of the Rev. Rees T. Wil- contain: circuits at the Varick St. StaThe Holy Eucharist. Associate Pastor. beforj the 8:30 and 10:00 Mass. tion on the Oswego River. He *«* customers desire, they may liams, 75, pastor of the United First Sunday aftei Easter. 2 3V 2 x 5 color portraits with Sunday: Low Mass, 8, 9:45 11 said that breakers at this plant purchase First Day Covers, Church of Christ (Congrega- mounts 4 2 x 3 portraits, 10 8:30 a.m. —, Meade Chapel Sacred Heart MIMIM a. m., and 12:30 p.m. Baptisms had tripped out and isolated the featuring the ten 8 cent stamps, tional), here for 15 years, was wallet portraits. — The Holy Eucharist. Marine Midland Bank-Central 130 p.m. , (Scriba) station from the rest of the for the 80 cents face value of received Friday by friends and Collection will be made by has announced new longer Daily Masses at 7 and 1:30 Rev. Joseph D. Segrue, pat- 10 a.m. — 68 West Cayuga Niagara Mohawk system. When the stamps. (See picture on members of his former congre- members of the Middle School repayment periods for home am. and 5:20 p.m. Street. tor. gation. this happened the frequency Page 12). Parents Association on May 1 improvement loans and direct Confessions daily before 5:20 Sunday Mass — 10 a. m., in Festival of Lessons and JhHe preached his last sermon and May 2, between 8-11:30 loans on mobile homes. dropped below tolerable limits mns — Collection of Children's p. m. Mass. Saturdays 4-5 p. m., Firemen's Hall. as pastor on Nov. 27, 1966, end- a.m. so the feeders from this station As a result of a recent change and 7:30-8:30 p.m. Confessions before Mass at Mite. ing a 41-year ministerial career, had to be disconnected. When portraits are delivered, in New York State banking Boxes and Covered Dish Saturday Masses 7-8 a. m. and 9:30. which started in Bangor, Pa., if thfc parent is in any way laws, home improvement loans The area affected was mostly Dinner. . Welsh Methodist Church. He dissatisfied, you will receive full may be made for up to $10,000 5:20 p. m. in the downtown area: from PROTESTANT . held pastorates at New Castle, refund by returning the package with repayment schedules of up West Baptist Church St Peter's West to Bast Sixth Sts. and Palermo United Methodist An American Bpsit Church. Pa., Congregational Church and to the committee at the school. East Seventh St. Rev. Angelo to 10 years. Prior to this, such from West Schuyler to Varick Cty Rt. 35 and Rt. 3 West Third and Mohawk Sts., Morbito, Pastor; Rev. Thomas Bethesda Congregational Church Letters will be sent home with loans had a limit of $5,000 for St. on the WesLside and from Joureymen Barbers Union of Rev. Gerald Schernitzawer, McGrath, in residence. the students on Monday, April in Utica, before responding to a five year period. East Schiryler to Berkle Sts. Oswego, Local 303 announced Rev. James E . Ramey, Daily Mass, Monday through Min. Rev. Robert Murphy, Minister. today that The Retired "Senior his Oswego catM. He preached 30, giving full details. Another change is on the Eastside. authorization to make direct Thursday, 7 a.m.; Friday, 12:10 Assoc. Min. Several NM crews were called Citizens" of Oswego and his first sermon here Dec. 2, School,, wi cmf cmfw cmfwmm 10 a.m. Sunday School. loans on a new mobile home p.m. to correct the problem. Crist vicinity who patronize the union 1951. During his pastorate here 11 a.m. Worship Service — Sunday, 9:45 a.m. Church Weekends: Saturday, 7 p.m.; for a 10 year period, compared said that there were also two barber shops of Oswego, will the Congregational Church in We welcome- Lake Ontario's School, with classes for alt. to a previous repayment limit Sunday, 9:00 a.m., 11 a.m children and adults. other isolated outages reported be excluded from the projected 1957 observed its 100th anniverHoly Day Vigil, 7 p.m.; Commandery No. 32, Knights 11 a.m. Service of Worship of three years for ^such loans. which were probably related to price increase of 25-cent sary with a $12,000 renovation Templar of the State of New Masses 12:10 and 7 p.m. Varick S t a t i o n difficulties. minimum "across the board for program. A special dinner on Confessions: Saturday, 6:80 p. York. Special Singing during — child care provided. These cases were on West Fifth various services of the local Nov. 13, 1966 honored him on m. and 7:45 p.m.; Sunday, 8:3(Jthe service will feature a duet 6 p.m. Sr. Hi BYF PULASKI — One driver wa« barbers, which goes into effect his retirement. St. and West Albany St: a.m. arid 10:30 a.m.; First Fri-1 by Mr. Kenneth Stafford and issued a summons and a pason May 1. The rate for the Grace Lutheraa Church The revered Welsh pastor was While the power wat cut off 'Retired day. 11:30 a.m.; Holy Day, Bt- his' daughter Karen, who will East 6th and Lawrence Sts.# "Senior Citizens" will for many years chaplain of Os- senger injured in connection Oswego Fire Companies Two, remain the same as it was in sing "The Sabbath Prayer from Robert W. Breitwieser, Pastor. with a two-car accident on fore each Mass. JEkree and tht rescue truck re- the past, as a result of a vote wego Lodge, 127, F&AM, now County Route 12 (Phoneix-MalNovena Monday at 7:30 p.m. Fiddler on the Roof. 8:55 a.m. The Sunday Church sponded to a call to the Oldtaken at a special meeting held Lake City Lodge, 127,, F&AM, lory Road) in the Town of Scripture readings: Nehemiah School. _ _ - ^ - -• — having transferred his Masonic Hastings at 1:30 p. m. Friday. Ladies Home on East Utica St. last evening. — - it. Joseph** Ctarcfc - — 9:612'John 1:113. _ • •-• 10:15 a.m. German — English when the power failure set off "The action taken by the affiliations from the Bangor, Carolyn DeShatie, 28, of 929 Rev. Gerry's sermon topic: Service. West First St. between OnciFIFTY YEARS AGO the fire alarm. Deputy Chief local barbers was done in' Pa. Lodge, 565, which he joined South State St., Syracuse, was •tWe Need A Beacon1*. The Empire State Society for da and Mohawk Sts., adjoining Saturday, April 28, 1923 William Clare was in charge of the hope tthat other business in 1928. He was also a 32nd issued a summons for speed Mrs. Marian Loom is Brigade he Advancement of German Post Office. T h e Colgate University ,• not reaosnable or prudent and the fin run. will be guest organist. Studies (ES groups and orgainzations will degree Mason. her passenger. Claudine De- Musical Clubs will play here _ J U . RevK Msgr. Francis J . -Celfet—hour—and—fellowship Traditions and He was active on the state guests. eriously look for ways to ease SAGTS) pastor; Rev. Chester Shane of the same address, under the auspices of the senior Furfaro, level in the New York Conferwill follow Misercola, resident priest. with everyone indilemma of our senior S c r i p t u r e , meditation ani suffered a cut lip and was to class of Oswego High School. Saturday evening Mass — $ vited. singing will be in both €jerma4 citizens, especailly during these ence of United Church of Christ see her own doctor.T h e Oswego Amusement and English. * I n f l a t i o n a r y times", a (Congregational) and was a forParlor bowling team won its p. m. mer president of the Oswego Blble Baptist Church Sunday Masses: 8:30, 10 and sportsman said.* . . second match against the to the accident report, was . Ask Call Letter Chante * * Area Council of .Qhjurches. Simpson Drive, off 104 East. First United Methodist Churcf 11:30. f of Syracuse. WASHINGTON - The owfcfo Rev. Williams' tats an active northbound when it crested a Romans In Fellowship with the GARBC. RD 3 Route 104 West, RevJ Baptisms: Sunday 12. ' This week marks the 100th of radio station WQHS in member of the Oswego Kiwanis hill. Ms. DeShane saw another anniversary Sunday • 10 a.m. Bible School. Robor.t Reed Morse, Minister. » Daily Mass at 7:30 and 8 A. of the first big Oswego have asked a Federal Club for years. . . * ..;./• northbound vehicle ahead and water power project 11 a.m. Morning Worshio. Sunday, 10:30 a.m. Nursery M., and 5 P. M. in Oswego. applied her brakes__The Deagency .for permission to Born June 27, 1897, one of Shane car skidded into the rear Wedding: Miss Margaret R. Confessions on Saturdays-, 4- Guest Speaker Mr. Don Larose, and Church School. change the station's call letters, five children, in Llwyngwril, to 5 p. m. and following the 7 S t a t i o n Manager, WMHR, Divine Worship — Sermon Robert C. Gessner asked the A Public Service Commission North Wales, he was a o/ a vehicle operated by Val- OSdlagher, John McDermott. p. m. Mass until 8:30. Syracuse, N.Y. opic: "Salvation Is Here" by. Federal Communications hearing on Niagara Mohawk graduate of London.England, erie Parenteau. Power Corporation's application lev. Morse. Trooper J . D. Burns investiTWENTY FIVE YEARS'AGO Commission for permission to St Louis' Chnrcb University, and Cambridge, First Church of the Nazarene Liturgist: Kevin Petrie. Wednesday April 28, 1948 change the station's call letters for a certificate of environment- England, Theological Seminary gated. -East Fourth and Bridge Sts. Thompson Road, !4 mile off al comparability and public need Greeters: Mr. and Mrs. In a special meeting of to WSGO-FM. The Rev. Richard Tucker., 104 West, Rev. Robert Warnow, ames Hurd. to construct a 34*5 Kv transmis- His father died at a young age, Minetto Union Free School pastor* Pastor. sion line from Oswego to De- and his mother, Elizabeth 11:45 a.m. Adult Bible Class taxpayers voted to send tenth Local Weather Report Saturday Mass at 5:15 p.m. Sunday, 10 a.m. Church Bible with Dr. Warren Steinkraus. witt, a 345 Kv transmission line brought up the five children, graders to Oswego High School. Sunday: Low Masses at 8:30 School. Coffee Hour — Hostessesr For th# 24 hr. period ending from Oswego to Volney and a 3 daughters and 2 sons. His Alfred G. Tucker, VP and and 10:30 a.m. Mrs. Bert Price also entered the 765 Kv transmission line from brother 11 a.m. Morning Worship. VIrs. Barbara Steinkraus and at 8 a.m. cashier at the Oswego County Mabel E . Price, 85, died yesDaily Mass at & a. m. Volney to E'Uc wjll be held be- ministry. His mother died in terday at the home of her National Bank, has recently «:45 p.m. NYPS Family Mrs. Marcia Strang. High 50 fore Examiner Joseph J . Gott- 1956 at 89. He served with the daughter, Mrs. Earl Storr, 27 made.public that he has in his Saturday: Confessions 4:00 to Fellowship Time. ~ Mean 46 lieb at 10 a. m. Tuesday, May British Army in World War I. Draper Street. She was thepossession a plate bearing a 5:00 and 7:30 to 8:40 p.m. 7:30 p.m. Evangel Hour. Low 42 4iolydays: Low Masses at 7 Following his retirement he 1 at city hall in Oswego. Elim Full Gospel Church Precipitation 1.35 daughter of the late Alfred and replica of the enbiem of the a. m., and 5:15 p. m. resided with his son.^Hugh B. Hannibal United Hie hearing is being held for Methodist !W. Second & Mohawk $U Pressure, 20.37 rising Mary Ann Pankhuret Bishop British Order of the Garter. Mr. s Williams at Kirkville,* for a Church the purpose of receiving eviRelative humidity 98 per cent and wife of the late Bert Price. Tucker says it is the only Pastor: Rev. Paul Heidt. ST. JOHN'S CHUROT dence, including cross-examina- period before returning to live Rev. Robert H. North - Sunday, 10 a.m. SundaJ Mrs. Price was born in Bear- Feplica of its kind outside of - Wind SW 5-8 West Third and Erie Sts. tion, from all parties concern- with his sister, Miss X^na stead, Kent England. She came Windsor Castle. Sunset today 7:04 School. Rev. William C. Stewart, Pastor. ing a proposal by Niagara Mo- Williams, in mV native home to this country in 1907 with her . Sunday School 9:45. Sunrise tomoorrow 5:01 11 a.m. Morning Worship. ^ I pastor. The Rev. James C. hawk to place all proposed and in North Wales. Each summer husband who died in 1966. She Church 11 Sermon Highest this date 81 in 1915 'Suf* 7:30 p.m. Evening Worship. * TEN YEARS AGO Hayes, resident priest. j exsting electric transmission with the exception of 1971 he was a communicant of the fering Understood". ^Low*st this date 30 in 1909 Sunday, April 28,1963 Saturday Mass at 7 P. M. facilities ove/hcad and under returned to visit his son* and Church of the Resurrection. Weather Forecast T r i n i t y United Methodist Sunday Masses at 8, 9:30 and] ^EeriodaM rain today. Highest ground on the company's ex- daughter-in-law and^ their four _J5he is survived bygone daugh- — F I F T Y YEARfr AGO Scriba -Cdmmtmity "Baptist "Church — IT ATM. I Church about 50. Considerable isting right-of-way in the City children ancf was a Treqpjpl ter, Mrs. Earl W. (Dorothy) —Sunday April 2*. M23 ~ East Fourth at Utica St., Rev. Daily Masses at 8 A. M. and visitor in Oswego during those Storr, Oswego; two sons, GorScriba Corners Rt. 104 E . cloudiness tonight with further of Oswego. Clyde E. Relyea, Pastor. 5:10 P. M., except Saturday at periods. He suffered a severe don A. Price and Herbert L. R e v . George M. Butler, rain likely. Low. in the upper TWENTY FIVE YEARS AGO Sunday, 9:15 a.m. Church 7 P. M. heart attack in. 1971 preventing Price, Oswego; 5 grandchilAfr Traffic minister. ~3Os Variable cloudiness Sunday Thursday, April 29, 1948 School. Holy Day Masses: Vigil at 7 In the United States,'the Fed- a trip back to the states that dren; 3 great grandchildren; with a chance of showers. High Brayton Homes, proprietor of P. M. Holy Days 8:00 A. M.t Sunday 9:45 a.m. Morning 10:30 a.m. Worship Service:' one. brother, Thomas Bishop, year, his son said today. 45 to 50. Northeast to north eral Aviation Administration is Worship and Church School First Sunday After Easter. John two sisters, Mrs. the city's oldest bakery, (at 87 12:10 and 5:10 P. M. winds 10 to 20 miles per hour charged with controlling air He was married twice. His Oswego; through grade 5. E. Bridge) is retiring. V. Morris, pulpit supply-Infant Confessions: Saturdays 4:30— laLJimes. Probability of traffic to keep order and pre- first wife, the former Jemina Clara Sticking*, England and - S t o n e - a n d -Wo b s t e r , 6:30—7: Alice Harrell, England further precipitation is 70 per vent accidents, just as local Dietrich, died in 1936 and his Mrs. Hannibal Community Church Engineering Corporation is •8:00 P. M. Pre»Conference p. m and several neices and nepsecond wife, the former Louise cent tonight and 30 per cent governments control automobile American Baptist-Presbyterian Briefing Session at Watertown; engaged in the construction of Baptisms: Sunday at 12:00 hews. Davies, a well known art traffic oh--the ground. on Sunday. United Bethany. « arrangement. The funeral service will be the third unit of the Central teacher in Phoenix school New York Power Corp. steam ftev. Orval McBride, Pastor. 6:30 vp.m. Sr. 'Hi. Youth St. Jude Novena on Tutcday system and later here, died in held at the Church of the Re- station in Oswego. Sunday: 9:45 Church School Fellowship. at 7:30 P- M. surrection on Monday, April 1965. Members of the Oswego Classes for all age groups. - Williams "was noted for 30, at 10:30 a. m. Burial will he County Historical Society will Adult Bible Class in Session The Presbyterian Church * St. Stephen's Church his preaching, his sermons in Riverside Cemetery, Oswe- visit the Rochester Museum of Room. West Fifth at Oneida St., Rev« go. Niagara and Hawiey Sts. ,it would be a simple matter being strictly devoted io They will Arts and Sciences, William G. Weiss, pastor. Rev. Eugene J . MatuszewskJ 10 Senior Choir rehearsal. Friends may call at the Loefor South to lead twice through Biblical background at all N O R T H 2 found in see some items pastor. 10 a.m. Junior high class. scher Funeral Home, Saturday East and make his slam in sp times. 11 Worship Service. ' *1094 Oswego, especially in the Indian Daily Mass at 7:45 a.m., ex11 a.m. Nursery • junior class, evening from 7 to 9 and Sunof the bad break. His son left this morning from ¥753 cept on Saturday at 8 a.m. collection of the museum. day from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. 11 a.m. Morning Worshipi Southwest Oswego Baptist At least a hundred readers Syracuse for North Wales to • AKJ Sunday Masses at 7 a. m.. "Rumors and Polls" iiave pointed out that this would attend services to be held there 4A1052 Rt. 104 W at California Rd. BICYCLE FUN 8:30 and 11 a. m<be fine except that there would Tuesday. Burial will be in his TOST EAST A n Independent Baptist Coffee Hour following. TEN YEARS AGO How to use 4-H Bicycle Safety Saturday evening Mass at toe no way to gept back to home town there. . Church. 485 4J7632 Monday April 29,1963 Program as a basis for further President Nixon in 1968 was 'dummy to lead clubs again. ¥109862 . VA4 Surviving are his son, four fun and learning while riding Nancy Deady was chosen 5.30. Rev. Warren Stuber, Pastor. tne first president since Zach* Confessions at 4 and 7 p.m. i We apologize to any reader grandchildren and his sister in 497643 452 Sunday 9:45 a.m. Sunday ary Taylor in 1843 who failed to a bike will be taught by Lee OHS Junior prom queeit. on Saturday. . * we did not reply to but are North Wales. • 7 +J964 t School. The Oswego State Laker cop reprinting the hand for another Memorial services will be Green following the Garden carry with him at least one SOUTH (D) 11 a.m. Morning Service. Meeting, May 7 at BOCES. a twinbill over Buffalo State in Mexico Catholic Church reason. House of Congress as in-coming 4AKQ held Sunday, May 6, at the Additional material and ideas baseball. 7 p.m. Evening Service. Main St. Suppose you do come down regular morning worship hour president. VKQJ . Mjchael Crawford, 17, a Rev. James P. Slowey, pastor Everyone welcome to come • Q108 'to this club ending. You carr in the United Church of Christ, will be presented and an exciting Bike Safety Film will be Saturday Masses — 7:15 a. m. senior at OCHS, won first place • KQ83 nstart Ihe xlubs 4>y 4eading Congregational, here, with the shown. and 7:30 p. m. in the Diocesan K of C speech ndummys 10. This leaves the R e v . North-South vulnerable Edwin Hambrick, Sunday contest in Syracuse. John Masses — 8:30 and West North East South ace of clubs as a reentry to' associate- conference minister 11 a.ra. To date, President Nixon is Sullivan, "a junior at OCHS won •dummy 2N.T.. for the second club from Binghamton, bfficiating. unique in that among two-term third place in the Diocesan finesse. Pass 6N.T. Pass Pan Friends may make con- presidents, his party has failed Oratorical Contest also in Our Lady of Perpetual Help Patf What if West held the tributions in Rev. Williams* (Minetto) Opening lead—¥ 10 singleton jack? You cant winl^mory to the United Churchy to organize either house at Syracuse. least once during his terms. them «H and- would wind up o f C n r i s t Memorial Fund, down four amid the laughter , By* Oswald & James Jacoby
Postal Week Observance To Begin Here on Sunday
School Board to Canvass Election Vote Wednesday
In The Churches
Sat., April 28,1979 and worship.
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Power Outage At Noon Effects 1800 Customers
Oswego Middle School Photos Taken on May 4
Former Pastor Of Congregational Church Succumbs
Marine Midland Has New Longer Repayment Plan
Retired Senior Citizens to Get Haircut Break
Passenger Hurt jn Collision, r ~ Ticket Issued
a ring on N-M Lines Tuesday
A Reprint by PopuJarJre
MONDAY, APRIL 3D, 1973
We wrote^about todays hand ner. "back in January. We explained that after East took his ace of hearts and returned the suit One person was injured in a McMANUS — In this cty, Mrs. declarer proceeded to lay down two-car-accident at Fifth Ave. E. wtft of totf-Gtorgc E. McMonus «t 142 WMt Sixth St., mothtr -of Jftotert, * his king and queen of clubs. Tht bidding has beta: and Route 104 West at 12:05 Norman, Arthur, Chants, Jomts Me* —West showed out and the slam Weft North East South. ;' p. m. Friday. One driver. aCrol Manui;. ond Mn. Mtty Flood, Mrs. Jhn Gomel no. could not make. * L Lause, 20, of 135. Elwood , 3 y • .? \ ''Drive, Rudmstcr. suffered a eut jgtttnd funeral - ^ ^Ehis was hard luck but 'wg . Kozlowikl Monday Trm the forehead and a bruised t 30 a m. end in $t. Mary's Church You, Soutn, hod: proceeded to point out if South j>ft elbow.-She was taken to t o . m. Burial In it Ptttrs Ctmettcy. cashed his third heart and the What do you do? i Oswego Hospital for treatment. . Frjtnds may call ot funeral horn* three spades he would find that l lITtl StfTMBY pft#rt|p«m ? ft| 4 Jing 1» Hit aglidtiu w and tf Ifl West started with five hearts 7 to 9 p. An and two spades, men if he id nave four spade*, but they port the Lause care was east- J>RICE — in this city Mabtl E , 15, died th« hom# ot n«r daughter Mrs. Earl cashed three diamonds he weren't dealt to you. bound on Route 104. A vehicle of Storr 27 Draper Street.' sht was tn# TODAY'S QUESTION Mould see that West was dealt by Charles D. Pleck- daughter of tht latt Alfred and Mary You do double and your part* operated exactly one club. Ann Pankhursi Bishop and widow of er of IT Sunrise was southbound Bert Price. Then we explained that all ner bids three spades. What do on Fifth Aye., stopped for a The funeral service will be held MonSouth had to do wa>4o play you do now? .. stop sign and then moved into day April 30 at 1030 a.m. Burial will the intersection. The cars col- be in Rivervlew Cemetery, Oswegodummys ace of clubs. West Answer tomorrow ' Frwxt% mov «M( ot the Losseher Rmlided. uould fallow and since he would tr«l Homt Saturday evening from 7-0 Patrolman John Conzone m- * and litfvt followed with his only club Sunday, from 2-4 ond 74.
01 everyone except your part
W o m a n Injured
—IS m 1AST -~
DAY TO PAY FIRST INSTALLMENT
A work bee will be held at Hillside Cemetery Sunday, April 29, 2 PHH.-5 KM* -Anyone Interested In
prftparing **»t fl^fl^ry for mowing is
urged to help.
A mil WILL BE AWARDED
FRANK R. CHURCH Presidtflt
^ F J973 CITY TAX
PAUL MILLER City
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