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THE TROY RECORD, TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 1, 1946. CHOI- IIAIlVKSTINfi. Portland, Ore. UN8)--Throngs of n«w worlicrn are helping harvcul crop* In the Pacific Count IIQCHUHU of thd end of lilghpuyliig John In war plnnli. ARMORY North Adams, Mass. WED., OCT. 2 ThwTidoy, Oct. 24th THE JARRETTS featuring "Lady Stella CTI11m XTZTIIIITT XZZZZZXZZ. O'BRYAN'S TAVERN STILL SERVING OUR DELICIOUS TURKEY SANDWICHES The Best Legal Beverages 209 HILL STREET MUSIC LESSONS ON Saxophone--Trumpet--Drums Clarinet--Trombone--Bass Violins IF jon nrril nn Initriimrnl-- we hn\r II. IT j«uVf nriiiriK nn in«iriimrn( -- nr ull! Inij H. II* .Mnir inilriinirnl In finiKy--«r Mill MUSICAL INSTRUMENT HOSPITAL COR. THIRD and CONGRESS (2nd floor) TEL. TROY 7600 U.N. Refugee Organization Approved Luke Sue-Jess W 1 )--The United NaLloiiB Economic und Social Council approved luaL nlglil H i^raft cunatltullon foi* a proposed Intern a t i o n a l refugee 01 snui/.ation to cure for teuropc'H 1,000,000 war rof ugiM'H, Imt i he doeumcnt w*6 promptly i ejected hy Soviet Hus- Hla, Ihn Soviet U k r a i n e and Yugoslavia. The much-nmended constitution wan iipproved paragraph by para- gniph u f t e r three weekK of sharp debute and will hp sent to the U,N. General Assembly for action UH noon ;is the council takes a formal vote on the d r a f t In iU entirety. Despite the fact thtit the council adopted, almost a score of compromise a m e n d m e n t s In an attempt to remove Soviet objections, Soviet Delegate Nlkolnl Keonov declared that Ilu-ssla could not accept the plan In its present, form. He wan supported by U k r a i n i a n delegate Lov Madved and YugOHluv Delegate Leo Mattes. Council President Andrlja SUm- par of Yugoslavia declared, however, t h a t the constitution had been approved "with rese.rvatlons" a n d t h a t discussions w e i e closed. He said that he would call tin; question up for a formal vote as soon u; revised copies had been marie. The council, m e a n w h i l e , blill faced the controversial question of a p p t o v i n f f a budget to finance the proposed oigiinizntion. A council sub-committee wa.i at work on a revised estimate for the cost of I he agency for the first year and was evpected to have tecommendations i c a d y hy today. Informed q u a r t e r s ^nid t h p United Staler;, Great B r i t a i n and Russia had ngreed to slash the pio- poacd huilgct fron $258,000,000 lo $155,000,000 In an itffoil to remove tlic objection of sone c o u n t i i c s to the huge cost, but t h e i e was no I m l i c H l l o n t h a t Uie n.w h p i u e was acceptable to all delegates. Jewish Veterans Council Discusses Problems The Jewish War V e l c r a n s difi- i n r t r o u n r l l mel Sunday n t t h e Jewish C o m m u n i t y C e n t e r to hear hen Pi-ire, Brooklyn, state senior vice com in and PI*, discuss problems of World War I I veternnfi. Sol B r a f m a n , local commander, presiding. ,, B. C. Grossman, Ut ica, s t a t e j u n i o r vice commander, i n v i t e d the council lo at tend the s t a t e council a d m i n i s t r a t i o n meeting to he held in ULica, Oct. Ifl-ZO. Maxwell Cohen, Boston, n a t i o n a l commander is .scheduled to speak a t lliis assembly. Jacot) W. Copan. Robci I Weiss and M a m ice B u i n e l t . served on the i cfi e s h m e n t committee. Mrs. Sarah Loclovood Dies at Saranac Lake Mrs. S a i a l l Ijockwnod, S3, n a t i v e Ttojan and widow of Thomas W. Lock wood, ji., died at Saranac Lake, yesterday. Mrs. Lock wood had resided In Washington, D. C., for fifty years prior to coming to Saranac Lake last June. She is smvivcd by » son, H. Win- tlirop Lock wood of S n i n n a c Lake. P i i v a l e funer.il services and interment arc planned for today in Troy. Four in Service Four W a s h i n g t o n County enlistments ha VP been a n n o u n c e d by Maj. J o h n C. S u m m e i s of t l i c A i m y R u c t u i i i i i f r Station in Glens Falls. Robed Glcason, 17, son of Mr, and Mis. J o h n D. Glcason, Comstock. e n l i s t e d for 18 months. Robert H. R a r d i n , 17, son nf Mr. and Mrs. Gordon R a r d i n , G r a n v i l l e , e n l i s t e d in the Corps of Ifingineeis foi t h i e e years. En list ing for 18 m o n t h s were Isaac P. W i i p h t , 17, and William P. W r i g h l , 23, sons of M i . and Mrs. W i l l i a m L. Wiight. Granville. Top IVazis {OoutlniH'd from I'MRC One) the ptlnpner'H dock of the heavily g u a r d e d courtiootn as the clght- ninn court rend tho xt'cuter part of tho awithing 100,000-word judjt- nionL which denounced them ax c r l m l n u k llurniunn Never Ciiiitiml. The 22nd, M a r t i n B o i m a n n , never has been cuptured or eMtabllyhed dead. Yestcrdny'.i session laalcd almost e l K h t hoit|3 ( adjourning; at (i:10 p.m. At that lime 177 p«ge« of the Jwlfi- men hatl been lead, leaving about 70 to h(! dlspofled of today h e f o i e I n d i v i d u a l sentences ai u pto- nounccd. In Berlin, the Alllnr! Control Council said t h a t two newspaper correspondents from each of lh« f o u r occupying pov/crs would be allowed to witness any executions. Only of flcln I photographers «p- nolntrd by the court w i l l be admitted to film 'the executions, The wording of the j u d g m e n t Indicated that nil 22 were in some nicn.sure guilty as charged. AH d e f e n d a n t s ' a t o accused of nt least two counts of the four-count bill of i n d i c t m e n t , and pome arc oc- cusef? on al) four counts. Four Groujm Absolved, Tins charges are a common plan to wage aggressive war, c t i m e s against th* peace of Ihc world, war crimes and crimes against h u m a n i t y . No -declaiations of ct i m i n a l l t y were i c t u r n u d H y u I i i M t f o u i Na/,i o r g a n i z a t i o n s -- the Gcnct.il Staff, the lllfih Command, the P.elch Cabinet and Hitler's b r o w n - ^ h h t e d Siormtroopers (SA). Rut "certain groupfi" of the f e a i some Gestapo, the I5lite G u a r d (SS). t h e SD (a d e p a r t m e n t which operated a *py system) and the Leadership Corps were convicted. Tho t r i b u n a l emphasised, however, t h a t mcmbcis of the oiganix- nf ions against \\ h i c h no declarations of c r i m i n a l i t y were returned could be tried as individual?, Jn the case of the General Stalf and Higfi Command, the court ruled t h a t t h e oragm/.ations did not rnnie w i t h i n the f r a m e w o r k of the t r i b u n a l ' * c h a i U r because they J ail( | m u t t o n t h a t conies f i o m them w e i e not, strictly speaking, units-. | The flndmg that meat a n i m u l s prlHonorn; doublc-dcullnK« by diploma 1 * Franz vun Papcn lo eutte HU- Icr Into power and then to f u r t h e r the Fuehrer's foreign policy; the ruclul Urorlofl of Alfred Houenberg, and Ilia alutcmcnlB a b o u t the elimination of non-Gciman raciM. As the judgoH dioned on, Ooerlng turned to hia counsel und said; "1 did nol expect they would go through f i l l thin lo kill UP." Kcllcl. convinced he wilt be f o u n d fittllly, asked hifi attorney lo request he be Hhot Instead of hanged or beheaded, Counsel for Rosin- berg said if his client were sentenced to death ho would 111 at appeal to the Allied Control Council And t h e n icque.st the Hi Ing aquad. The only d e f e n d a n t who expressed '^belief be would be ft ceil wns von Papen. The 545 seals of t l i c courtroom wcic filled to capacity a f u l l h a l f houro before couit opened this morning. The defendants, dressed with more care t h a n usual, grinned as they w e i c led lo the dock. However, they became deadly serious as soon UK Chief Justice Sir Geoffrey Lawicnce started to read the judgment. Contentions IlriiKhed A*ld*. The court brushed aside most of the contentions that thr d e f e n d a n t s had made w h i l e t e s t i f y i n g in t h e i r own behalf. It was not enough, the justices ruled, for the prisoners to say they w e t n forced to obey H i t l e r . "Crimes a g a i n s t I n t e r n a t i o n a l law are committed by m e n -- n o t by abstract entilles-~;ind only hy punishing i n d i v i d u a l s who commit such ci inies can pi o visions of in tei na- t i o n a l law be enforced," Justice Francis B i d d l e l e a d f i o m the judgment. " I n d i v i d u a l s h a v e in tot n a t i o n a l duties which transcend national obligations of obedience." In this connection, the court lashed out at a f r e q u e n t contention of G e r m a n m i l i t a r i s t s -- that, they were, only soldiers doing t h e i r duty. Meat Controls (Continued from J'Hgu One) h u q u e r q t i p , said that Jn his shoi t supply list he must consider not the gieal n u m b e r of a n i m a l s on the ranees, but the beet and pork Hit Military C«st«. However, the judges referred Id Germany's " n i t h l r s s m i 1 11 a i y caste" and drclnrcd in b i t i n g l;m- guftffe CiHt the Nazi generals W C I B a "disgrace to the Jionoi able pio- fession of nitns." The piu.secul.ion of G r r m a n rnili- laiy leaders has been watched clobely hy p r o f n s s i n n a l solciiuis t h r o u g h o u t the world. M a n y A m e r - ican mid let K have opposed the ffionp prosecution of G e r m n n sol- di PI-H. "The t r i b u n a l heliovc.s t h a t no ilucl.iintiin of c i i n u n a l i t y .should bo made with respect to the General Staff and the High Command n o i l her an organ i/ation r °,ioup w i t h i n the m c n n i n g of (liosc | Tiiclr f n i l u i e to n n p c n r t t c i n i H as used in t h e chartei," the not automatically icstor doeumcnt .said. "These groups constitute i jtro.xi- miitply 130 offlceis living and de;id. Their opeiiiliunal L c c h n l q u c was much the same I\R t h n t of the a t - rnies, nnvjps and a i r forcus of all o t h n r countries." Tho KA hullics, | are M i l l In short supply hud Uift pi oitnd work for Anclprson to Un n down a petition for meat decontrol which i l i B OPA beef i n d u s t r y ad viaoiy comniittee plans to preaeni Oct. 8. The societal y has =aid t h n t such a petition must be based on a « h o w f n g t h a t supplies am arte- (juate. The c o m n i i t i p f i could appeal to i b e Decontrol Boai d hut one of thfi ci iteria Congress set for de control is t h a t the supply he sufficient for demands. Not Uiuicr Control. Wheat, c o i n , m i l k a n d b u U c r f a l are important examples of item*. on Anderson's short s u p p l y liM which are not u n d e r price control t HPre dneF ceilings To go ha c k u n d e r co n 11 o 1 they would have to IJP, iccominendcd by Anderson for timt t r e a t m e n t , w i t h thn consent of the Decontrol Board. OPA. quickly following up the. Communist* (C'iM)tlntM'(l from J'agu One) duy w h u n JoHL'ph H. rirodnhy of New York, counsel for DIG Comm u n U t J ' n i L y , nolllled .Justic'j M m my that an application hud boon uiiulc to t h e Appellate Division directing Young to .show ;iui!,e why t h e hearing .should not be cliati(;uil to A l b n n y County. Justice H i l l find Aasodalp JII.H- tice.H 0. tlyron biewstcr, Sydney F. Foster and 1C. C. Ltiwrcncc of the Appellate Division concurred in the majority opinion. Tlie iiifijority opinion said Unit M u t i n y , had j m t a d l c t l o n to Rlgn the o l d e r directing the secretary uf state to allow cause why the minority patties aliould not he hiir- red f i o m the ballot hut that the otdcr "should have been mini ft ret u r n a b l e at a let a) of the Supremo Couit then Hitting in Albany County, the place of venue of the special proceeding, or to a special term t h e r m f t e r (o be convened In Albany County." Kxcecdrtt Jurisdiction. "In m a k i n g the order icturnable befoie jilniself in chambers," the opinion hald, "he acted in cxcea.s ut his j u i l s d f c t t u n . This however dues not d e f e a t the pinceeding. The proceeding may be trans f cried." The A p p e l l n t c Division amended the o r i g i n a l n i d e i lo m a k e it ic- t u i n a b l c In Supreme C o u i t al Alb a n y Monday. H e f f e r m i n , in hi« d i s s e n t i n g opinion, .said t h a i "Ju.slicc M u t i n y had j u r i s d i c t i o n to make the o i d e i . It was p i o p m l y i e t u i n a b l c nt a special t e i m in R c t i K s c l i i p i County ;il which he piosUlrd. The court had jurisdiction to decide the question i n v o l v e d in ?ny c o u n t y within the T h u d J u d i c i a l District. While K r e s u m p t i o n of the o i i g i r m ] h e a t i n g was delayed, Justice Mm my i convened I lie .Supreme C o u i t yeslciday in the mat- tei of f h e c;\sc$ of t h i c e other parties: Industrial \VoiUei.s, Socialist and Socialist Workers. At UIP start of t h p piorpp'din^ !«.st week it wns s t i p u t a t p r l by the content ing p a r t i e s t h a t I he nhjoc- tipnfi to the Conifnum«t P a r t y },etitlons would he t a k e n u p first. tr view of t h e s i t u a t i o n before the A p p e l l a t e , Division, hearings in relation to the other parlies yesterday w p i t j d e f c i i c d hy Justice Murl a y u n t i l next M o n d a y . In court yesterday it developed t h a t a n o t h e r angle nf t h e controversy has Hnvelopcd. The Socialist P a r t y i« pecking to rc- F t i a i n the Socialist WoikeiV P a i t y from UPC of the, n a m e "Socialist." A show cause 01 d e i in this connection was obtained F i i d a y in New York and made i etui nablc h p i e yesteiday before Justice Mur- iny. This m a t t e r war also put over to Monday. Kcllcy Auxiliary Knlcrluiiis Gold Star Mothers KPV. KnmrlK A. Kcllcy Chapter, D.A.V., n u x l l l u i y was host at n dinner for I I i;olil uliir mothers nl t h e i r moms, m R i v e r Street, Sun(Iny rvcnlni;. Tho meeting WHS opened with prayer hy Mrs. Hnr- i l c t "Mollid" Dairy und Mrs. Thrl- lil.'i W i i i i c n , c o m m a n d e r , presided. Miiiirlci; Folcy was pionented by Mrs. Helen Hak'inan, chairman, and, In t u i n pii.sentcd the following Gold Star mothers: "Mother" Daley, Mm. Fanny M u r r a y , Mrs. Roptt M u i r n y , Mrs. Julia Owonr, Mrs. M n i K i i i r l Plllsworth, Mis. Viola Kolcy. M i s , Amelia See, M i p . M a r f i a i c t Ollley, Mis. Mary Dunn A ^ r i c u l t u i Plus jrcat start- LIONEL BARRYMORC EDWARD ARNOLD · THOMAS MITCHELL LEE BARTELL NICK SETT "A NEW THRILL IN SINGING" PUBLIC GAGSTEK NO. 1 LOLAANDREE ^S ULTRA SMART INTERNATIONAl DANCERS WALLY OVERMAN nus 2 BANDS NOVEL CARTOONIST CONTINUOUS DANCING Showi 9:15-12:15. Phone Ceheet M02 for Rescmtioni NEW DINTY'5 TERRACE GARDEN S.,-.iiofi Rd *to. n t o t i n d non-M,ix.Ls in J l i t l c i ' s o n l y days, lost t h e i r potency a f t e r the J931 purge, the judgment said, a n d weie u n i m p o r t a n t in m a k i n g decisions. " A f t e r t h e pm-e, ih*j SA was ic- fltifcd to the staus of a pronp of u n i m p o i l a n t Nazi hangers-on," the judgment declared. Cabinet Minor Factor. The Reich Cabinet, likewise, was termed a very minor factor in shaping; Hitler's ten 01-sinking m i l i t a r y tegime. "Not a single meeting of the K c i c h Cabinet was held after 1937, t h e d o c u m e n t said. "The cabinet was not consulted. N o t h i n g would be accomplished by dcclai ing the Reich's C a b i n e f to be a c i i m i n n l organization. Thobc mom hers who have been sjiillly of crimc.s should be hi ought lo t i i n l . H is estimated t h a t {here a i r (S mcnibcm c the R i o t i p , t h a t cifihl of these n i o dead and 17 ai e now on trial." The Leadership Corps was rom- poscd of minor f u e h i o r s , block leaders nnd otlici king 1 pins in the Nazi setup. "The Leadership Corps was used foi p u i p , which wei-tt c r i m i n a l under the charter and involved the Gcrmanization of the incorporated territory, the peisecution of Jews, the a d m l n i s t i a t i o n of the slave iaboi prognim nnd the mistreatment of prisoners of win,' 1 t h e j u d g m e n t snld. Tlip., d o f c n r i n n t s . R o n n n n n a n d (Flit?.) Sanckcl, who 'ven: m e m h e i s of this organisation, wurn among- ho.se who used it for these purposes. The u a u l c i t e r s , the k i e l s lei ter? nnd tlie o r t s g r n p p o n l e i t f i s p a r t i c i p a t e d t n nne dfgrep, 01 another, in the.-p c n m i n a l pic-gi^ms." All r i e f p . n d a n l s e x c e p t R u d o l f J-Icss lisle n rip inf e n t l y ns tJv eight justices look t u r n « i earl- ing the j u d g m e n t . Hess, H i l l e i ' s tin pi edict a bio shadow from the !..** of the 11123 M u n i c h putsch until he parachuted lo Scotland, did not use his earphones, over which the. judgment was translated into German. UPS* TnUen 111. In the middle of the a f l e i noon session, the former deputy fuchrei wius doubled up with w h n l a p p a i e n t l y wns an attack' of stomach cramps, and was r e t u r n e d to his l i t t l e cell in the J a i l b e h i n d t h e courthouse, Thn j u d g m e n t m e n t i o n e d almost all of I lie d e f e n d a n t s by name. ftofiring. whose blustering persona l i t y h a s d o m i n a t e d t h e ntlier pris- onpis, was i c f c i r e d to as the builder of the L u f t w a f f e and one of the ·injitigatois of t h e master ])lnn lo gobble up and loot F i n n l l nations. Tho court m e n t i o n e d orders is* ·sued by Field M a i s h a l W t l h e l m Kcltcl for the. b r u t a l t r e a t m e n t of D c p a i f m e n t ' s report, a n n o u n c e d the^e p i i n c i p a l itcni.s pushed I t a k e n from untlci ceilings on tlie canned f r u i t shelves: yellow, and freestone peaches, n n d t h e i r juices and nectars; b a r f l e t t and kieffcr p e n r s a n d t h e n juices a n d nectars; npples and t applesauce; fruit cocktail and mixed f i u i t s . Among canned vegetables, only tomatoes and tomato product? arc left u n d e r control. In fresh f r u i t s and vegetables, only dry edible beans and peas are now subject to ceilings. The Army said it is negotiating w i t h packers w h o have South American plants for a part of the Argentine meat supply not already contracted to Great B r i t a i n . That c o u n t r y recently m a d e a deal foi a l l b u t 17 per cent of the A i g c n - t i n e exportable surplus for the next two y o H i s , The Aimy fllpo bns been ronsid ering p m c h a ? e in A u s t r a l i a and Canada for troops in Ihe Pacific "Roeause of U. P q u a r a n t i n e t e g u l a t i o n s , any meat f i o m Argentina would have to lie used overseas. 4-H Club Girls Serve Suni])lc Lunch To complete the p i o j c c t "Lunches You Like" the Budding Maples 1-H Club of Knsl PoestenUill, held a luncl eon Saturday nt the home of Miss Ann Karl. The food ron?islcd of diPhi't, d e n i o n s t i a t e d al previous mccUngs and p i c p a i e d by the pirls. The centerpiece was one which 1'ie gi' Is wei e taught to ma ke from vegetables. Jojin Tynioson and Shu ley Wa£~ er were hostefasea. Virginia Swan- key and Gail Tymeson served w h i l e C l a i r F a r n u m , Elcnnor T e a l , Nancy Bailey n n d t.ptty J u n e Ten I performed ably on the rlcan-up committee. I MIL! NORTH OF LATHAM CIRCLE J IRM' Ml(m --7:11(1 I', .M. DII.SMS J U A N M O I U i A N I . L M . I K t t CANTEEN" I'KANK ^INATltA "THE HOUSE I LIVE IN" ALBANY- f£H£MEC7Alnr RO. J O A N I . K S I . I K A L K X I S SMITH Women Volers lo JMccl WATCH! fOR SOMETHING NEW AND D I F F E R E N T IN THE LINE OF ENTERTAINERS! BILLY BANKS TERRACE GARDEN Bowling News and Scores St. Ijiwrence's, Opening night in t h i s c i i c u i t saw Cornell sain n clean su'cep from A i m y on t h e pacing of Joseph Al- I'er, ji., 19G-;J2ri, nnd .John M a l p U , f,l'J C p i n n i d Goct7. \\-ac5 best foi ( h e loxeis w i t h J.l.-i. P i i n r n t o n took" I h e odil f i m n Ponn. J o h n n i e K e h n of (hi- win- P O I K hcins h i g h f o r t h e n i g h t \ v i t h 1Sfl-.il!). A n t h o n y Wa.shocU's 192- ,)lfi led Ihc IO.SIMS. N a v y shaded Yule w i l h A d o l p l i Y I I R P I " h a v i n g ?lo. Bill Walsh |[3 p n d Paul Hoodack 100 fot 1 Navy, and Joseph Klee. ,ifl7 for the Ehs. Joe H o n r l a r k w i t h S12. and Con- ur H e p p , 182, \verr other good scorers. Time,s-!lppord. ILditoriiil, M a i l Room and Advertising won odd-game decisions in le Times-Record Bowling League with William Oliver of the "Adv" boys high mnn on a 519 t l i p l e as he finished l i p with 205. Stereotype!' Willinm H u n t had even 500, f e a t u r i n g a 190 middle game. James Mnlonc finished with 19-1 for n -iS-l, best of the Mailers, ivhilc George H e r r i n g sparked t h e type-lice, o p e n i n g with 18!! foi a 192 U i p l c . si. ,i«Miir*. The N ' a t i o n n l League, found the Piiatcs, DO{!KC''S and Giants taking clean sweeps, while the Reds haded the F3taves in the odd game, ,1. Ryer of the Dodgers rolled 551 for lop triple, while . H a r r i n g t o n of j the Pirates had 531; Walsh of the Cauls 3J5, T. Walsh of Ihe Clilw 199-531 and R McKoon nf the Phils M7. 1C. Smith of the Dodgers squeezed Into the 500 class a f t e r a 139 start, getting 503, while just missing were. Father Lnnnon -190, J. Hoodnck -101, McGlynn 4M and Galusky -I9,. In the American League, the Browns and Athletics took sweeps, with I n d i a n s and Yanks odd-game victors. M u r r a y of the losing White. Sox helled .them [01 521, Ryan of the Y n n k s hnil 201-M1, nnd Tnllo of the Athletics polled 20-1515. Berrlgnn h i t 491, ID. Smith -195, Klynn 499 nnd T£, Traccy showed 'em Inconsistency hy opening wllli 113 *nd finishing with 20 Glass Luke Hotel. J u l i a Fox l o l l i n g singles of 181 and 192 and c h a l k i n g up ·'' t u p l e of 538 led t h e Women l.ejigue at the Gloss Lake Hotol w h i c h K°I i i n d e i - w n y lust week. O t h e i lie.-uv sroi- mjc keglci.s w e i e H:i/.el C h n i u p o r i e w i t h a t l i p l e of -1H mill Agnes Crol i n w i t h -118 High singles w e i o l e g i s l e i e d hv N i e o l i n c S - i i i n k , Hi); Slnilin Wiilk- msha\v, MJ; L o i i a m e Hup.-=ey, ur and D o t o t h y Clinnipino. 112. H a n v ' s team d e f e a t e d I h e M u - sical Bur ami J o h n n y ' s t e u m took two f i o m Pattcisons. W a K i i u Miilni"-. A eolluction of 500 «ooies w e i e n i r f i k e d down in the IC.ISIH. H. Gihbs was high w i t h 5S and J9S. On his heels weie, G. B i n g h a n i 357201, B. B a u m 529-1SO, 0. P.inza 538198, J. Morris 5I2-1SI), P. Kienllofer 521-208, G. Clnrko. 503-20,1. J. Frank 559-209, and P. Peck, 5G3 with a high Jungle of 212. In the team play the DeSotos took over the Coupos I h i e e s t r a i g h t games w i l h O. Pan/a ,md B. B a u m , l e a d i n g I h n w i n n e i ' s maple.-luiock- ing. The Panels annexed two froni the C o n v c i t i h l e « l l h H. Gibhs the winner's l e a d i n g light nnd fi. Bing- liam t o p p i n g the losers' scoring. Thfi Sedans took two f r o m the Plymouths w i t h J. F r a n k a n d n. C l a r k e best f n r the Sedans and N. Smith's I8( for Ihe double head man foi the riymoullis. The Pickup. 1 - look t w o from t h e R i o t i p h a m w i t h " N i n o Pin" Peek c h i e f kegler for Ihe win- n e i s and \V. Johnson, jr., w i l h a ·183 d o u b l e best, fur the Brougham.'!. Troy I n d u s t r i a l J u n m y Snow led league piny w i l h a, single of 221 nnd a triple score of Oil. Following the high man wcic, H. F. Tuthlll, with a single of 223 and n trifle, of 552, C. Choppy 188-539 and R. Del.llde, 201-5U. Those reaching -100 or more Included: H. N o r m a n d l n , J97; K. Myers, ·IS7; T. Olsxewy, 171; D, Smith, IOS: S T i n n e r , 135; V. I.avn/./e, 115; 10. N o i t n a n d i n , I H ; K. Veve, MO; I.. G a t h o u t , .139; C, Policy, 131; D, Dlppe, I2S; 0. Carrier, 127; A. R i m c n l n n , 117; E. Adams, 111; 0. S t e w a r t , tOfi; H. B r e n n n n , 101: \V. Normandln, 402, and G. Alholm, 111. "RHAPSODY IN BLUE" BHra^mm THt T R O Y KIWAHIS CLUB Presents for the Underprivileged Children's Fund AT PROCTORS THEATRE Thurs., Oct. 10 BMWH FEIHS ill *UC[ [9DKSOH il.W AN O U t l U N D l N G H l w J O I X C*!t S l a r c S h « \ \ -- \ o i « M o l i i i n I'ictiirc Tlrlfls Xinv nn Mill- nl R. K. O. 1'nirlnr'v ·I'hn.ilro M n r l \ K i - r t / , Troj's Mnsir Store l.illflMlj DniK. Hit nnli K \ r . MATINEE AT 2:30 P.M. TICKETS 90c to $2.40 EVENING AT 8:30 P.M. TICKETS $1.20 to $3.00 Mra. Rose Avaklan and Mm. Cath- ct'lno Vice. Other guests of honor were LPO Price uf Brooklyn, diHtrlct Honlor vice commander o f ' t h e Jcwltth War Veterans, and Sol U r i t f m a n , com* m u n d c r of Chodlkoff J'ost, Jewltih War Veterans, of this city, The speaker was John J. G l v n e y of The Veterans Administration. A pi of* ram was given hy tlic following students of the Congdon Dance Studio, Mary and Margaret Church, I he Gordon Trio, Eleanor Whcclei' and Emily C a n t a n u c h l e , IN AN ADVENTURE ' WITHOUT PARALLEL % CLOAK AND! DAGGER;' | HO'BMT ""KfiT* | ALDA'PALMER 1 "DOUBLE RHYTHM" in Colot · wilh LEE DIXON ol "Oklnhomo" CHIKV CI'I'V. juiilctnaln In tho ulilef comiMr t'lal uuiiiilry of Central America, STARTS TOM'R. ·I'O- DAV O N L V "BOWERY BOMBSHELL" "Strange Impersonation" TOMORROW D O H N A T O M R E E D · D R A K E Tnnillil - Tomiirnra - Tliiiridny C A K V (1K\NT I.ORIEAIM; IIA^ "MR. LUCKY" -- Al.hO -3 M . H I . K O H K I t O N J . A I J K K N C K O1.l\'i:il "WUTHERING HEIGHTS" DQNNA REED TOM DRAKE LAST "CENTENNIAL SUMMER" DAY "THE MAN WHO DARED" t BOB HOPE 't "CAUGHT IN THE DRAFT" · ALAN LADD "LUCKY JORDAN" PALACE JAMES CAGNEY ALAN LADD "GREAT GUY" "GANG ING," i THEATRgJ EAST GREENBUSH- fs r r u'r (ir iti:.N*ir.i. ( I N lt()l"l K II LOOKING FOR THE DAME THAT BOUGHT HIS SOUL! 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