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Courier Express November 15, 1935

    Buffalo has the distinction of being the first city to have facilities for facsimile telegraphy, the long awaited development of the telegraph industry. The Western Union Telegraph Company opened its first regular commercial facsimile circuit between Buffalo and New York at 9 o'clock last night. And while at present Buffalo may send facsimile messages to New York, Gotham cannot send such messages to this city.

A person may now go to the main office at the Western Union in the Rand Building, ask  instructions for sending a facsimile message, and then write out a message on a typewriter within the type and frame for which the company has facilities for sending such a message.  If this form is adhered to, the message may be sent to New York and it will arrive there exactly as it has been written here, and will be delivered to the addressee in that form.

DASCO/Krog Selected to Develop Medical Office Building for Millard Fillmore Suburban Hospital

Kaleida Health has announced that the DASCO/Krog development team has been selected to construct a new $11 million medical office building for Millard Fillmore Suburban Hospital.

“Through a physician-led discussion and analysis, we have found that a medical office building on the hospital campus is the next logical step to take after the success of our recent expansion and the unprecedented growth that the hospital has witnessed over the past few years,” said Chris Lane, president of Millard Fillmore Hospital.

DASCO, based in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida is a nationally renowned healthcare development firm.  For more than 23 years, DASCO has specialized in the development, acquisition and management of medical office buildings and healthcare facilities.

How to Make Your Car Last Forever: Auto Q&A with Tom Torbjornsen

Ol’ Man Winter has arrived, so it’s time to talk about some common winter-related automotive mechanical failures and how to avoid them to save time, aggravation and money. And most importantly, keep you safe. 

 

Drivetrain Abuse

Primordial Strength’s Marine Training Methods Receive Endorsements

The National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM) and The Cooper Institute have approved Primordial Strength Inc.’s Marine Functional Force Training for continuing education units for all NASM- and Cooper Institute-certified trainers. 

ECMC Invests $150 Million in ‘Health Campus’ -- Great Lakes Health Collaboration Stimulates Centers

BUFFALO, NY Nov. 23, 2010 – Erie County Medical Center today outlined a dramatic expansion of its ‘Health Campus,’ highlighting $150 million in work on a new long-term care facility, a 333-vehicle parking ramp, a transplant and kidney center of excellence, an orthopedic expansion, a refurbishing of the adolescent psychiatric clinic, and other major projects to enhance patient care at the Medical Center.

Expansion work on the Health Campus commenced this fall on a $27 million Center of Excellence for Renal Disease and Transplant Services that is part of a consolidation of the Transplant and Dialysis programs with Kaleida and Great Lakes Health.

Work on the new state-of-the-art 390-bed long-term care facility on the Grider campus begins next spring.

Turkeys Leave Country, Will Spend Holiday Overseas!

    There are 68 more days until Thanksgiving, and you can do your worrying about that turkey during the last 41. The first 27 days, or until October 15th, you can spend being thankful that the turkey you might not get will go to our boys overseas. This about sizes up the situation. Some time ago the government slapped a two-way freeze order on the national turkey crop.  It froze the sale of the birds until it can buy up 15,000,000 to 20,000,000 pounds needed by the armed forces, and it is now freezing the birds for shipment overseas. 

Turkeys remaining after Uncle Sam has his share will be allocated to civilian use.

How to Make Your Car Last Forever: Auto Q&A with Tom Torbjornsen

Dear Tom,

I recently drove through a huge puddle of water. The car made it through the puddle but shut down afterwards. I own a 2003 Mercedes c240 with low mileage. All the lights turn on and everything works when I put the key in the ignition, but the car won't start. Any thoughts?

Steven from Jacksonville, FL

Steven,