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AIRPORT STATIPN 12:00 p.m. .. 37 2:00 p.m. 39 2:00 a.m. .. 38 4:00 p.m. 30 4:00 a.m. .. 35 6:00 p.m. 27 23 6:00 a.m. .. 34 8:00 p.m. •" 23 8:00 a.m. .. 36 10:00 p.m. 23 10:00 a.m. .. 38 12:00 p.m. 12:00 m. .. 38 Highest 39; Lowest 23; Average 34; average same date last year, 51; average same date for 46 years, 51. Sun sets today, 4:35. Sun rises tomorrow. 7:07. Lamps lighted (all vehicles) 5.:05 p.m. Precipitation .01 of an inch. OTHKR ruiKs Rich «nd lo. tm.p««ur« m so cm«
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THE POST-STANDARD, Syracuse, N. Y., Sunday, November 22, 1964
One Theater to Remain
|5;live vice-president of the Great-i«'ith a matinee performance ! er Syracuse Chamber of Com-;Aug. 10. 1914. nierce, said: "Sihley's coming! B. F. Keith's vaudeville house lo Syracuse is a tremendous ad-|opened six years later, on Jan. dition lo downtown. This is onej26, 1920, with a gala vaudeville more proof that downtown is:show. returning to its rightful placej W h e n contacted yesterday of prominence." i h o t h Harry Unlerfort. zone Walsh staled, "The fact Sib-jmanager of Schinj. theaiers, and ley. Lindsay A- Ciirr Co., one of i Dave Levin, manager of RKO the nation's most respected re-jKeith's, stated thai it was all so, v ;ta i l "rs. is prepared lo invest Jfl'iiew to t h e m that they wouldn't 1 A petition urging establish- said about 1,200 names have million In downtown Syracuse!know whether their chains 11 ment of an interchange with ac- 'been signed to Ihe petition. ' positm proof that _future| would rebuild in Syracuse. which states a lack of such ac- growth and prosperity of o u r! Currently, the Sciiine, head:cess from Routes SI and 290 to ' cess would be "unfair, uuecon-> d ( n v n t o w " area is assured foriquartered in Gloversville. have Five applications will be con-| serve t h e northeast downtown omjcal and hal . m ful ,„ property.. vtlil , rs to ™m(';" , '""> E c k e l downtown and the sidered by Planning Commis-jSyracuse area is being circitla-i values in this prime business' "T'le new Sibley's downtown Palace in Eastwood, as well as s t n r o CQ11 |( ri w i t h oln[lr sinner Sanford Getreii at a'.ted in the community by the!area of the city." ; P' de-jthe Paramount, public hearing at 2 p.m. Tues-jSyracuse Property Owners As-j The petition proposes thall v | l | n p m < % n t s n v p r "le 'ast,,lhlw! R K O Keith's president, Harry day In City Hall Council Cham-sociation of Northeast D o w n - f u r t h e r engineering studies D0 !>'<!ars such as Rcynolds-hagan ber. town and James Street. imade of the proposed Route 81 i ' nc "-H r '^P.'" S-v'.a™se. al'°r University Motel (George P.! Association President Thomas.plans so that such an inter-i'?'""1*1""3' ' l a / a ' M u t u a l ° f k (MONY) am Harris) will seek a change ofjF. Popp, Yates Hotel proprietor, 1 change could be included. i= a testimony to the confidence zone for property at 4400-4414 S that private enterprise has in| Salina St.. IIS Crippen PI. and our community," Walsh stated. 1 J i n h n '< Marx ' prinlmaker and 325 W. Glen Ave., in enable it i assistant professor at Syracuse to expand the motel and build University's School of Art will a restaurant in connection with offer 2fiO of his latest works for! I'sale at Ihe Commercial Art GalEva Schotz will ask a spe-j Concluded from Page 19) |forecast more of the flurries to \*OCl6 lery in New York. !day and tonight, wilh the terncial permit to utilize property His most recent intaglio p r i n t , ' at 400-404 Spencer St. for a State. Police at Liverpool, re-jperature plummeting to a l o w j done on commission for the junk yard operation The ap-' portotl al lcasl a dozt'" aml a!10 degrees tonight. The high for 1 American Artists Association, plicant (American Ba° & J u n k i h a l f t r a f f i c '"'snaps early lastjtoday is expected lo be o n l y ' _ __. The cily's Housing C n d c ' w i l l be e x h i b i t e d at the sale! : Co.) is being forced to move mght "' t h e local zone - or t h < 2 5 be amended under the,which begins in early Decemfrom 714 S. Townsend St. be- total, seven of them occurred! As snow piled up in B u f f a l o jwould on Route 173, Onondaga Hill and "visibility dronncd the Statcil»' ovisiolls ot a n ordinance ber. The w o r k is e n t i t l e d 1 cause of urban renewal. Thruway Authority closed a jy.lscheduled^for action tomorrow Road, between Route 175 and The concern proposes to build to permit collection - a concrete block warehouse Fairmount. The Sheriff's De- mile far-western section of r 5 tne Department of Enthat would have 5,100 square partment reported a dozen such cross-state highway between " " ° ' gineering for a certificate isfeet and provide an office. The minor accidents, two in Malty- Ripley and Dunkirk. sued for each parcel of land in premises would be landscaped dale and the remainder in th? Syraciise police reported 16 jlhe city at time of transfer of ! minor traffic accidents and off-street parking provided. Onondaga Hill area. • .MI. ...ML. ...,-.:— (0 ro(ie cnm _ Charles Bodbw and Ben Glyn! A n d t h R "Talh"' bureau gave: City, county and state high-: m l e w i t h s v r a c u s a n s l m l e c a u s e f o r ioy Il way 1 3 will ask a special permit th' a tj ' ! Department sanders swungif ' ""-, would amend a previously is' i l l l n action at 5 p.m. at the-' f l r ' ' A s s l ' Porpnration CnunI height of [he storm. By mid-l s e l ttl " la m said sued permit to utilize property 7 niglil. miles of city streets and' l n l s becomesP- Burrows important in at 1925 Park St. for junk y a r d j ll ansfcr of county and state highways wen'! ' property in Ihe city purposes. They propose to re-: sanded. Highway authorities!' 1 ' 0 " 1 thc viewpoint of both locate two existing identification! sc er ant advised motorists' to drive cau-i " l buyer, signs. I tiously. ' The certificate would say, Self - Service Car Wash Inc.( Thls is lo certify that t h a t bu seek a permit for a multi- A 24-year-old Syracuse woman: Ten city sanders spread inore|" structure development at 414l'was"injured earlv vesterdav aft-i tila11 163 t n n s of calcium on thc >' cau (Bureau of Code Enstrcets wnilc a S. Salina St. (Valley Plaza crn oon when the car in which! ' dozen countyl'orcemcnt and Licensing), purShopping Center) to provide a; s he was riding veered off Rock- trucks fanned out and covered suant lo the Housing Code of milcs of en self-service type car wash. .'Cut Road Jamesville hit a tree °P highways. State]" 10 CllJ' nf Syracuse, has not It proposed to build a four-bay and "climbed" it,.ending up on! ll'ucks d'd likewise. issued any notice or order which has not been compiled structure that would back upjits rear bumper.' . with, with respecl to Ihe propto the Acme Market. It would! Taken to Crouse-Irving Hospierty at ." be unlike anything the city no-vital by a passing motorist was! Councilman-at-LargR Norma has. planners say. ' M i s s ' . M i l d r e d Anderson of 71B 111. Coburn. chairman of Coun.lames Gelormini will seek a E. Fayelte St. She was treated A J J — p i f i l ' s housing and real cstate change of non-conforming u s e i f o r a d e e p laceration of her /"YlUCJ) ;committee, will introdi introduce thc for property at lllfi-1118 S.'lower lip. a knocked out front ! ordinance. State St. from two shops u s e d ' t n o t h and a small laceration of; — for R second hand store to a the lower right leg and released.! Supreme Court Justice-Elect; superette grocery and tailoring; According to Policeman E. L.jJamos H. O'Connor yesterday: and dry cleaning shop. Haynes of the DeWitl Police De- announced the appointment of, partment. the operator of the| ( w o air]es automobile was James Rines. .: Elisabeth JI. vehicle was almost demolished! Ile nametl -M of ISO Beacon St., Syracuse. The Lyons, now employed in his law Graduate of a Red Cross Firs; bylhe impact Hay es said office, as secretary, and Ally. Aid Instructor course just comEarl P. Boyle as his law clerk. pleted at local chapter headBoyle is the son of Slate Sen- quarters were Gary Andrews nf DcWilt, Fred Haynes of Horse/ |aIor-Elect Earl E. Boyle. heads, Fred Mitchell o f . F,asl The Syracuse public schools: O'Connor was one of two Syracuse, Fred Prill of Favettrwill close at noon V'ednesday! Democrats elected lo the Su- ville. and David Armor, Donfor Ihe Thanksgiving holiday. „ j..jn| , plTme Cour[ aid DeSilvia. Fred Pulli and Classes will resume at the (|icial District in the Nov. 3 Merrill R. Xapf of Syracuse. regular time Monday. Nov. 30. John A. Conway, 73. of 51f ! They will teach Red Cross Afternoon kindergarten classcs:\cwcasllc Road, was hospital First Aid to each group as volwill attend Ihe morning session ; j z cd in good condition at St. unteer lire departments, Ski Wednesday, but may be disv.loseph'.s Hospital yesterday Patrol. Roy Scouts and othei missed at 9:30 a.m. All regu- morning a f t e r his car went nut community groups. larly assigned morning classes of control on W. Genesee St. The course, which included a will be dismissed at 11:15 a.m. near Hinsdale Road, Camillus. review of standard and adWednesday. Sheriff's Deputy Carl Alc vanced first aid skills, teachsaid Conway was Elementary and elementary- Donald ing methods, testing and pracjunior high schools will close at thrown from his car after it A 35-year-old man suffered a tice teaching experience, was rammed a pole. The car was fractured nose and jaw and taught by Barney C. Meltzer the. end of the morning session Wednesday, while junior and extensively damaged. A hos- rib injuries early yesterday af- and Ernest Markham, instrucpital source said Conway suf- ter he was struck from behind tor trainers. senior high schools will close at . the time scheduled for the startlfered a concussion in the mis- near South and Hillview Aves. lhap. Menzo D. K i n g of 1311 W. of the lunch periodMartin Elected Cnlvin SI. described the blows Lunch will not he served! MONAKCIIS TO MEET which knocked him out as "judo 1 Tlinmas J. M a r t i n , ninimisWednesday in school cafeterias.; Dr. Jerome .1. DcCosse of thcichops." He said he recovered U i n n r r of correct inn in OnnnjUp.stale Medical Center will consciousness iH'ar M l m w n n d . d a g a f ' o u n l y . was clr-ctcd pros;NUMISMATIC-MMEETIN'G Iprescnt "An Introduction to t h e , C h u r c h . King was treated a l : d e n t nf (lie New York Stalf The Syracuse N u m i s m a t i c As-!Myslerics of Cancer" at t h e i C o m m u n i t y Hospital and dis- : Assncialion of Councils on Alsociation will meet at 7:30 p.m. noon meeting of the Monarch,charged. Ho said he had nolcoholism at the association's^ with FM Ste,«o Tuesday at the Niagara Mohawk Club tomorrow in Hotel Syra- idea who attacked h i m , and|annual meeting last week in Alnoted he was not robbed. Ibany. and FM-AM auditorium.
WEATHER KORECAST-Sunday will find scattered snow flurries 'in the upper Mississippi val| ley and upper Lakes. Heavy snow squalls are jj likely in the upper Ohio valfey and the Eastern Lakes area. It will turn colder along the Eastern Seaboard. (UPI Telephoto Map)
pjiasm by business and commuijnity leaders yesterday. Walsh jjjjwas highly praised for his rote j.|in bringing about Ihe Sibley deBy NEVAHT AI'IKIAN Handel, announced in Decem-jin the early '30's. Later, RKOjbrief revival, aj (lie Astor Timijjcision !o locate here. H Pi vaudeville ber, 1303, that HKO Keitii's inland Sciiine became partners in.lcr, it was, a stage house. Then ' Kenneth G. Rartlclt. presi', Syracuse's o Id dent, and John R. Searles, Jr., i theaters will be completely Syracuse was among those in Syracuse, u n t i l the late '40'slCi ne ma Art Theaters took it RKO Keith's and the circuit to be converted into w h e n the c h a i n split up and'over as a Cinema art theater. executive vice-president of the erased Metropolitan Development As-!""* Paramount are demolished. RKO International 70 Theafers|Schine took the Paramount andJThcy moved their art theater onlv lsociation, said in a joint state- The S. Salina St. theaterlwith a new screeiuo permitpre- Eckel and RKO Keilh's took the-operations into the Riviera Cinment: house left will be Loew's whichlsentation of — all — 70 .„ mm. processprocess Keith's and Empire. i a, with Robert Bruce as man"We congratulate Mayor opened in 1928 as a cinema andies, as well as s t a n d a r d - size The Empire Theater opened l ager, when the Cinema was Walsh and his administration on stage showcase. (screen presentations. Havinglin 1911. closed its doors in Au-'closcd. tsithe successful negotiations whichl Two previous theaters to:no other theater in town, 't is'gust, 1960, when it wa s announc- The Strand theater was closed jjjwill bring Sibley. Lindsay i-close their doors were the quite likely that RKO KeithYed that the building was to be in August. 1959. ready for demo'^jCurr to downtown Syracuse." [btrand in 1959 and the old Em-|would rebuild on a new site. id e m o 1 i s h e d [or a parking lition crews after being in operX "Certainly this company h a s P'™ m I960 j The Paramount name came g a r a g e. it had been a stage alion since March 17, 1915. At ne s ivrione an outstanding job in their! 7™ Paramount was the |0 (he old Temple Sept. 10. 1929,'house where many Broadway thc time of its closing it had ...fine Itochcster store. This inch- old lemple theater, one of the w],rn p u b|j x Paramount leasedishows had tried oiit. Later it.been a Loew's theater, and usod :ame a movie house. For a!occasionally for dramas.
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|inK himself on banjo nnd g u i t a i y ' s w i r l i n g f l a m e s of Hiroshima."^of the ISSO's. By NKVAHT AI'IKIAN ir rt t ji jj iuis t as hn followed a "nicvlfollnwcd by "Frcinhl Train. A sampling of f o u r new song: Pete Seeger, whose c n n c e the United Slates came last night initiated an American sage" song with one nf fun, in Freight Train," |inpul;n s t a r l i n g u i i l i "Coyote." Legion - inspired movement I n l m n r e than the dozen songs hc'lhe sing-along members of thc n compel a loyalty oath from ill offered before intermission. |audience. j"I,illle jBoxes" (a Berkeley performers at War Memoria Af.cr singing Hie song of the; "If I Had a Hammer—" thcjwonian's ode to c o n f o r m i t y and auditorium, was picketed by "D-Day Dodgers of Italy," See- song he wrote 15 years ago with' most amusing); and "Oh Healabout 12 orderly pickets walk ger noted that he had thought Lee Hayes, was widely known ing River" which he mentioned Ing ir. a circle and handing ou! the song might be appropriate by everyone and many sang he had sung in Meridian, Miss., literature from the Citizens but that it had a "German me- the song about "love between last summer; and another sung brolhers and sisters ail over in Georgia about "If you miss Anti-Communist Committee of lody and English words." 4l " — at -* the — back '— '- of -'**--» — -----"The only real American this land." me the bus, come Connecticut. To the 1,995 audisnc* mem- songs are the Indian song> and Next came the "Er-a-ee Ca- on over to the front of the bus, bers In the concert drcle of the [ don't know many," he said nal" bringing the folk song right I'll be r i d i n g ' u p there; If you auditorium, Seeger made no before singing an "Old Canoe to this area. miss me on the picket line come •mention of nny incidents and, Song"—without accompaniment. The next song went back 25 on over to the city jail, I'll be strumming on a banjo, hs went Afler that he went into a song years, lo a lime of a milk strike roninin' over there " right into the song, "fJttln abnut "I Ihink this whole world when farmers got 2 cents finale was a special soon gonna get all mixed up. quart for milk. The so.'g about <|iicsl of ,1 song he'd originally Birdie. Wearing a beige sweater over "This is my iiveilurc. n i y j l h c farmer,, m i n e r and bunker, u n e r , made m a e up up as a story for or his own "Peace "' seen by brolh-i children— Hie delicliti'ul Yn-Vn" brownish trousers, (he noted Ihesis that there must he " celended w i t h "I've t I....... i • TII i . " ! "granddaddy of folk singers" in Ihe world or Hie world inlers working; I'd prayed we'd snng. Seeger. who has a pleaswalked on stage carrying n pieces," """ he '" slated. •'•'"' jsct together,and together makc|ing, deep voice nnd a relaxed guitar with s banjo strapped on The audience joined him in a stand. We could share t h c j m a n n c r of singing went all out his back. Warming up later, he [he \vords, "Water is wide nnd vaults of _silyer_that \ve havelin dramatizing this song. He can rolled up his shirt-sleeves. [ cannot cross over." sweated for." This idea, he onlnrlilin nnd captivate nn auH» «ltemated in accompany- Then came a song «bout the said, went back to the Grange dience with the best of them.
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