Niagara Falls NY Gazette 1959 Aug Grayscale
2 NIAGARA FALLS GAZETTE
Ttmday, Attggtj 4, 1959
2 Falls Wills Maternity Is First
In Hdspital Cases
.Maternity is the No. 1 reason for hospitalization on
Don A. Corey, assistant director of the Cortland Me- For Probate
the Niagara Frontier, it was disclosed today.
Cortland Man Gets
Hospital Post Here
morial Hospital since 1955, has become assistant director
at the Niagara Falls Memorial Hospital. ,
GaxtHt Lockport Burtau
Blue Crosslstatisticlans made
LOCKPORT—The wills of
study of- reasons for hospiHe replaces Glenn V. Bailey,
two Niagara Falls residents talization in Western New York
.. Gazette Lockport Burtau
have been field here after pro- hospitals during 1958. The surV i e w Hospital, Sellarsville,
LOCKPORT — A Niagara Pa.,
bate by County Judge and Sur- vey was made among Blue
Falls man will serve five to Mr. Corey, a native of Harrogate Frank J. Kronenberg. Cross contract holders.
six years in Attica State Pri- risville, received a bachelor
Martin Varley, who died last Maternity, while first on the
of science degree from Hartson as a second felony offen- wick
24, left an estate valued list, accounted for only 12.9
College, Oneonta, and a
nominally at $1,000. The figure per cent of the total days of
der. He had been returned master of o science degree in
will not exceed $4,000, the peti- care paid by the hospital and
here from Elmira Reforma- hospital
medical protection program.
tion for probate said.
Columbia University in 1955.
tory, w h e r e he had been He later joined Cortland MeTerms of the will, dated Second on the list of reasons
1, 1951, provided that for hospitalization was heart
serving time as a first offen- morial Hospital.
go to s e v e r a l disease (51,108 days of patient
Mr. Coreyj who is married
der after pleading guilty to and
riieces of a broth- care).
has two daughters, served
er, Michael Varley, no address Following were diseases of
taking part in a series of overseas in the Army medical
given. The relatives reside in the liver; gall bladder and panservice during World War II,
York City, England and creas, p n e u m o n i a , tumors,
stomach ailments, fractures of
Charles Winters, 25, of 414
Seventh St., Niagara Falls, was
Leonie Kamm, 2801 Lewiston ANOTHER FIRST fROM NEW YORK'S
resentenced Monday by acting
Rd., Niagara Falls, a former
Niagara County Judge Phillip
director of the YWCA cafeteria, left an estate valued
J.-Weiss to a five to six-year
nominally at $10,000 when she
term at the prison as a second
died last April 3.
feiony offender on two felony . PHILADELPHIA OB—City ofHer will, dated Sept 1, 1955,
counts and one year at Erie ficials have invited Soviet PreD O N A. COREY
as beneficiaries three
County Penitentiary on two mier Nikita S. Khrushchev to
Gestelle Kamm and
m i s d e m e a n o r counts. The come to Philadelphia during
Kamm, both of the
terms will run concurrently.
his visit to the United States LITTLE FALLS (A — Mrs Lewiston Rd. address, and
Winters had been indicted
Grace Mongiilo, 26, of Derby, Mabel L. Kamm, of Roslindale,
by!the January grand jury with next month.
two others and charged with The formal invitation draft- Conn., died in a hospital Monthird-degree burglary and sec- ed by Mayor Richardson Dil- day of injuries suffered when
ond-degree grand larceny and worth and City Representative an automobile overturned on COLOR-SUDt FANS
petit larceny. The other defen- Frederic R. Mann, was for- the State Thruway Sunday.
dants' cases have been dis- warded to Khrushchev directly.
Commenting on the invitaw"
It's • factl The Lexington'* the
Winters, who pleaded guilty tion, Deputy City Representa- Every Funeral
first major 500-room Naw York
Wo Direct Must,
City hotel to gWe you (ree TV in
last February to a consolida- tive Abe S. Rosen said:
every room. All rooms also have
tion of two indictments, had "We are suggesting that, aft- Without "Fail,
outside exposure, shower, tub,
been sent to Elmira Reformaradio. On smart East Side,
tory as a first felony offender. Washington, Mr. Khrushchev Reputation for
blocks from Grand Central,
He was returned here recently be taken to Philadelphia to see
when the State Department of where this great country of Family at a
Just lequest "Kodak Processing" when
Prica tt Can Correction discovered he had onrs got its start.
you bring in your Kofochrcme Films
home of the famous
be&n convicted previously of
"We want the Russian leader
H A W A I I A N
attempted third-degree burg- not only to see the Liberty
LEXINGTON AVE. at 48th ST.
lary in Niagara County, mak- Beli and Independence Hall,
NEW YORK 17.N.Y. PLAZA S-4400
ing him a second offender and but' also how the people of
Set your local travel agent or write
not eligible to be kept at the Philadelphia live and just
to Promotion Dept. for Brochure aeo
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The defendant, with Harold city."
Guilliams, 26, of 2460 Grand
Ave., and Donald Wahl, 23, of
1155 Cleveland Ave., both Niagara Falls, had been arrested
in- connection with entries at
bujsiness p l a c e s in Niagara
Falls, Lockport and county
rural areas early this year and
in. late 1958.-
To Visit Philly
Cornell & Daggett, Inc.
Delaney & Thome
the lower limbs, disorders of.
the urinary system and cerebral vascular accidents.
Altogether, the top 10 disqrders accounted for 45.9 per
cent of all in-patient days of
care paid for by Blue Cross.
The other 54.1 per cent was
distributed among a wide variety of conditions.
Goodrich built the first rubber factory in Akron, Ohio, in
Has your wife been asking you
to do something about your
dancing? 'Well, here's the answer—make her really happy
by making a date to meet her
at Arthur Murray's tomorrow
during your lunch hour '. . . o r
come in in the evening. It's
economical for couples to take
lessons together because there's
no added charge for your wife.
So take the step that will open
a whole new world of fun for
both of you, and it's, so easy
the Arthur Murray way. Call
for an appointment or just stop
in. Visitors always welcome.
Open 10 A.M. to 10 P.M.
Courses start at $21.75.
217 FALLS ST.
Open 10 A . M . to 10 P.M.
Saturday 10 to 6 P.M.
Get satisfying flavor.
111 2 Years,
Samuel Johnson, 74, of 765
Park PL, a retired supermarket meat department manager,
died Monday (Aug. 3, 1959).
Mr. Johnson had been in ill
health for the last two years.
A native of Niagara Falls,
Orit, Mr. Johnson made his
home in this city for the last
40 years. Prior to his retirement 10 years ago, Mr. Johnson was the meat department
manager of the Danahy-Faxon
Market in 18th St.
Survivors include his wife,
Mrs. Lola Johnson, and a
daughter, Mrs. Jess Tollefson,
both of this city.
Funeral services will be held
at 1 p.m. Thursday at the
Rhoney Funeral Home, with
-the—Rev.— Robert - A. Rounee
officiating. Burial will be in
Gate of Heaven Cemetery.
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jeans and slacks are fine out
on the farm—but not at the
Colorado State Fair, in the
opinion of Manager Clyde Fugate.. He directed that women
wear dresses when they attend
the fair, opening Aug. 24.
The only exceptions will be
girls competing in a milk
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