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10Poit Stor, CUni Foil. N.V, Thursday, April 4. W Glens Falls Area Obituaries Jume K. MfMurniy James E. McMurray, 65, of 33 Sierra St., Glens Falls, died Wednesday (April 3, 1979) in Glens Falls Hospital after a long illness. Mr, McMurray was born Sept, 23, 1913, in New York City, He was an Air Force veteran of World War II and served as a major in the Air Force Reserve, He was a former commander and lieutenant colonel in the Tri-County Civil Air Patrol. Mr, McMurray was a member of the First Presbyterian Church of Glens Falls. He was employed by Metropolitan Life Insurance Co. as an insurance representative, retiring in 1974. Survivors include his wife, Anne McMurray: two sons, James M, McMurray of Richmond, Va., and John P. McMurray of Stoughton, Mass.; two grandsons; a sister, Mrs. George (Caroline) Parloini of White Plains, and two nephews. Services will be conducted at 11 a.m. Saturday at the Potter Funeral Home, 136 Warren St., by the Rev. George Bishop, pastor of the First Baptist Church of Hudson Falls. Cremation will be at Gardner Earl Crematory, Troy. Friends may call from 7 to 9 p.m. Friday at the funeral home. The family has suggested that memorials may be made in the form of contributions to the scholarship fund of the First Presbyterian Church. Mrs. Marguerite DelSignore FORT EDWARD - Mrs. Marguerite (O'Brien) De-lSignore, 62, of 17 Washington St., Fort Edward, died Wednesday (April 4, 1979) in Glens Falls Hospital. Mrs. DelSignore was the widow of Joseph DelSignore. She 'is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Alfred (Joanne) Lederman of East Granby, Conn., and Mrs. Marilyn Sullivan of Hudson Falls; five grandchildren; a sister, Mrs. Henry Moran of Hudson Falls; two brothers, Joseph Harold and Joseph Walter O'Brien, both of Troy, and several nephews. Services are pending at the Hayward Funeral Home, 182 Broadway, Fort Edward. Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Friday at the funeral home. Funeral Notices LAWRENCE J. KETCHUM Services for Lawrence J. Ketchum, 9 a.m. today, St. Alphonsus Church. Interment, Our Lady of Angels Cemetery, Whitehall. FRANK HALSE SR. WARRENSBURG -Services for Frank Adam Halse Sr., 2 p.m. today, First United Methodist Church of Warrensburg. Interment, Warrensburg Cemetery. Bearers; Fred and Allan Halse, Raymond Mason, Norman VanDervoort, Robert McBain and Dalton Simon. WILBUR HITCHCOCK BAKERS MILLS -Services for Wilbur Hitchcock, 1 p.m. today, Wesleyan Church of Bakers Mills. Spring interment, Bates Cemetery. Bearers: Vernon, Donald and Robert Dunkley, Earl Allen, Daniel Nevins and Harold Ross. WILLIAM T.ELLIS POULTNEY, Vt. -Services for William T. Ellis, 2 p.m. today, Roberts-Lantman Funeral Home, Poultney. Interment, family plot, Poultney Cemetery. IRVING BERNSTEIN HAGUE - Graveside services for Irving (Sunny) Bernstein, 10 a.m. today, Pine Lawn Cemetery, Brooklyn. ANTHONY J. HAYES SARATOGA SPRINGS -Services for Anthony J. Hayes, 9:30 a.m. today, Burke Funeral Home, 628 North Broadway; 10 a.m. Church of St Peter. Interment, St. Peter's Cemetery. Bearers: Elliott Fuller, Thomas J. Lucas, Samuel Keosaian and George, James and Charles Ross. -Mrs, Hazel Will SARATOGA SPRINGS -Mrs. Hazel Bertha Wills, 80, of Embury Apartments, Saratoga Springs, died Tuesday (April 3, 1979) in Albany Medical Center Hospital, Albany, after a long illness, Mrs. Wills was born Aug. 14, 1898, in The Clove, Marlboro, the daughter of William Robert and Antoinette (Greiner) Stinson. She was the widow of Thomas F. Wills. She spent most of her life in New York City, before moving to Saratoga Springs five years ago. She was employed as a clerk for several years with Macy's Department Store Inc. in New York City. Survivors include a brother, Robert Stinson of Middlesex, Pa.; two nephews, and four nieces. Private services will be conducted at the convenience of the family. There will be no calling hours. The family has suggested that memorials may be made in the form of contributions to the Saratoga County Unit of the American Cancer Society, and that flowers be omitted. Arrangements are under the direction of the Burke Funeral Home, 465 Broadway, Saratoga Springs. John S. Reynolds SARATOGA SPRINGS -John Sherman Reynolds, 56, of 14831 Harding Drive, Homestead, Fla., formerly of Saratoga Springs, died Monday (April 2, 1979) in the Veterans Administration Hospital, Miami, Fla., after a short illness. Mr. Reynolds was born Sept. 22, 1922, in Saratoga Springs. He retired from the Army about 11 years ago, following a life career, and had resided in Florida since then. Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Ernest (Wanda) Wren of Saratoga . Springs; two grandchildren, Thomas and Catherine Wren, both of Saratoga Springs; his stepmother, Mrs. Josephine O'Dell of Saratoga Springs, and several aunts and cousins. Services will be conducted at 10 a.m. Friday at the Burke Funeral Home, 628 North Broadway, Saratoga Springs, by the Rev. K. Dennis Winslow, assistant rector of Bethesda Episcopal Church. Interment will be in Greenridge Cemetery, Saratoga Springs. Friends may call from 7 to 9 tonight at the funeral home. Mrs. Christina Sullivan VICTORY MILLS - Mrs. Christina Sullivan, 74, of 87 Gates Ave., Victory Mills, died Wednesday (April 4, 1979) at her home. Mrs. Sullivan was born Sept. 2, 1904, the daughter of Charles and Sarah (Abare) Cormie. She was a life resident of Victory Mills and the widow of George Sullivan. She was a member of the Schuylerville Senior Citizens. She was a communicant of Notre Dame des Lourdes Church of Schuylerville and the St. Anne's Society of the church. Survivors include three sons, Frank Sullivan of Camp Lejeune, N.C., Harold Sullivan of Saratoga Springs and Robert Sullivan of Victory Mills; two brothers, Harold and Leroy Cormie, both of Schuylerville; two sisters, Mrs. Ella O'Brien of Schuylerville and Mrs. Rena Sullivan of Victory Mills; 12 grandchildren; a great-grandchild, and several nieces and nephews. Services will be conducted at 9 a.m. Saturday at Flynn Bros. Funeral Home, 13 Gates Ave., Schuylerville, and at 9:30 a.m. in Notre Dame Des Lourdes Church, by the Rev. William Le-moyne. Interment will be in Notre Dame Cemetery. Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Friday at the funeral home. The family has suggested that memorials may be made ' in the form of contributions to the General Schuyler Emergency Squad. St. Anne's Society will meet at 8:30 p.m. Friday at the funeral home. Mr. Juliji FORT EDWARD - Mrs. Julia Frances Chamberlain of 18 Rogers St.. Fort Edward, died Wednesday (ApriM. 1979) in Glens Falls Hospital after a long illness. ' Mrs. Chamberlain was born Jan. 30, 1913, the daughter of Edgar and Julia Whaley, She was a charter member of Court Mor-rissey, Catholic Daughters of America. Survivors include her husband, Everett Chamberlain; two sons, Thomas Chamberlain of South Glens Falls and Richard Cham berlain of Fort Edward; three daughters, Mrs. Leonard (Jane) Roberts, Mrs. Ronald (Mary) Benoit HollisterZ. Smith FORT EDWARD -Hollister Z. Smith. 84, of 33 Burgoyne Ave., Fort Edward, formerly of Hartford, died Tuesday (April 3, 1979) in Glens Falls Hospital after a short illness. Mr. Smith was born April 3, 1895, in Hartford, the son of Hollister and Velena (Clark) Smith. He married the former Bessie Gillette on March 1, 1915, in Hartford. Mr. Smith was a member of the First Baptist Church of Hudson Falls; the Board of NEWCO Nutritional Program for the Elderly, and the American Association of Retired Persons. Besides his wife, he is survived by several nieces and nephews. Services will be conducted at 1:30 p.m. Friday at the Carleton Funeral Home, 68 Main St., Hudson Falls, by the Rev. George Bishop, pastor of the First Baptist Church of Hudson Falls. Interment will be in North Granville Cemetery. Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. today at the funeral home. The family has suggested that memorials may be made in the form of contributions to the Fort Edward Rescue Squad. George A. Robinson BENNINGTON, Vt. -George A. Robinson, 82, of Bennington, died Wednesday , (April 4, 1979) in Putnam Memorial Hospital, Bennington. Mr. Robinson was born April 7, 1896, in Bennington, the son of William C. and Mary (Galipo) Robinson. He was educated in Bennington schools and attended Cornell University in Ithaca, N.Y. He married the former ; Mary Vabolis in 1924, in Detroit, Mich. The couple moved to Bennington in 1931. Mr. Robinson was an Army veteran of World War I and retired as a woodworker from Cushman Furniture Co.in North Bennington. Besides his wife, he is survived by two sons, Ralph Robinson of Washington D.C. and Howard Robinson of White Creek, N.Y.; three sisters, Mrs. Jessie Wright of Glens Falls, N.Y., Mrs. Mildred Gardner of Sarasota, Fla. and Mrs. Ida Cook of Bennington; three brothers, Arthur, William and Kenneth Robinson, all of Bennington; four grandchildren; a greatgrandchild, and several nieces, nephews and cousins. Services will be conducted at 11 a.m. Friday at the Hanson-Walbridge Funeral Home, 213 West Main St., Bennington. Interment will be in Hindsdiliville Cemetery, North Bennington. Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. today at the funeral home. . The family has suggested, that memorials may be made in the form of contributions to the Bennington Rescue Squad, in care of the funeral home. Union reports firm sale canceled; Contract cited SALEM - The sale of C.A. Baltz and Sons Inc., an apparel firm, to C.B. Sports of Bennington, Vt., is off, a union official told employees Wednesday night. International Ladies Garment Workers Union (ILGWU) representative Edward Nash reported to a meeting of employees that C.B. Sports is "out of the picture" and no longer Ouimhcrluiu and Mrs. James M (Judy) Broderick, all of Fort Edward; 12 grandchildren; four brothers, Edgar Whaley of Granville, Leon Whaley of Hudson Falls, Donald Whaley of Argyle and William Whaley of Fort Edward; four sisters, Mrs. Margaret King, Mrs. Ruth Rabine and Mrs. Joan Durin, all of Fort Edward, and Mrs. Rose Marie San-toes of Salem, and several nieces and nephews. Services will be conducted at 10 a.m. Friday in St. Joseph's Church. Interment will be In St, Joseph's Cemetery. Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. today at the Hayward Funeral Home, 182 Broadway, Fort Edward. The family has suggested that memorials may be made in the form of contributions to the Fort Edward Rescue Squad, and that flowers be omitted. Adolpli (). Gunlher LAKE GEORGE -Adolph O. (Pop) Gunther, 79, of 114 Dieskau St., Lake George, died Wednesday (April 4, 1979) in Glens Falls Hospital after a long illness. Mr. Gunther was born in Brooklyn and moved to Lake George in 1951. He was the widower of Anna B. Gunther and a member of Caldwell Presbyterian Church. He was formerly employed as a milk deliverer for Borden Company and as a custodian at the Lake George Central . School. Mr. Gunther was active in community affaris and served as the town crier in Lake George during the 1976 Bicentennial celebration. Survivors include two sons, Roy A. Gunther of Lake George and Clifford Gunther of Glen Lake; a daughter, Mrs. George ( (Dorothy) Schuster of Lake George; four sisters, Mrs. Eva Sera of Brooklyn, Mrs. Sophie Dillworth of Creed-more, Mrs. Louis Harth of Bayonne, N.J., and Mrs. Lottie Robler of Long Island; 13 grandchildren, and 11 great-grandchildren. Services will be conducted at a time to be announced Saturday in the Caldwell Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. Dr. Albert W. Bush Jr., pastor. Interment will be in Evergreen Cemetery, Lake George. Friends may call from 7 to 9 p.m. Friday at the Graff Funeral Home, 165 Ottawa St., Lake George. The family has suggested that memorials may be made in the form of contributions to the Lake George Emergency Squad, and that flowers be omitted. The Lake George Fire Department will meet at 7 p.m. Friday at the funeral home. Family's role topic of Rotary Glens Falls Rotary Club's meeting today will feature a program entitled "Family Time A Revolutionary OLD Idea." The program deals with the reawakening of the family as the center of life's activities. It will be presented at the luncheon meeting at the Peking restaurant by Carl R. Healy and Sher-rill Hazelton of Metropolitan Life Insurance Co. Victory Mills budget due VICTORY MILLS - The village board meeting regularly conducted the first Wednesday of the month has been postponed to 7:30 p.m. April 11 when the budget will be presented. wants the building because Baltz has a contact with the union until 1981. - One employee said later that Nash told workers the con: tract must be honored even if Baltz sells to a non-union company like C.B. Sports. Albert Baltz, vice president of C.A. Baltz, declined comment Wednesday 6n the union's announcement The sale of the Main Street industry to C.B. : . " . . t tw"Wf- ".y COUNTY'1 "C0VRT . $ V' -.y ' OF - . KSSw - Slfit I Liberty Bell Law Plans are under way for the 1979 observance of Law Day, U.S.A., by the Warren County Bar Association. The observance takes place each May 1 and in Warren County is rriarked by the presentation of the Liberty Bell Award to a non-lawyer, non-judge who has exemplified the ideals of Glens Falls Area Births Births reported Wednesday at Glens Falls -Hospital included: A son to Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Cravotta of 13 Marion Ave., South Glens Falls, at 5:44 a.m. A daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Glenwood Bills of 13 Grand St., Warrensburg, at 9:50a.m. Other births reported at Glens Falls Hospital include: A daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Peter T. Bishop of Richardson Street, West Winter musters last hurrah By The Associated Press A possible six-inch snowfall was forecast for the Adirondacks and the St. Lawrence Valley Wednesday night as the result of a storm system over northeastern Ohio. Accumulations of 2 to 4 inches were expected for the Champlain Valley, and rain mixed with snow was forecast for most of the rest of the state. GLENS FALLS AND UPPER HUDSON VALLEY Today: windy with showers or flurries, high 38 to 46 (3 to 7 C). Tonight: windy and cold with scattered flurries, low in mid 20s (-4 Jo -2 C). ADIRONDACKS Today: snow or mixed precipitation tapering off to TEMPERATURES The temperatures given are those for the preceding day while accompanying sky forecasts are for today. Hi Lo Pre Otlk 48 24 rn Albany Albu'que Amarillo Anchorage Asheville Atlanta Atlantic Cty Baltimore Birmngham Bismarck 25 clr 22 clr 34 .03 rn 51 .85 clr 58 1.79 clr 42 ,28 cdy 43 .26 cdy 60 .64 clr 27 cdy Sports was officially announced in early March. At that time, it was noted that the sale would not be finalized until April 10. C.A. Baltz employs 60 as a full work force, but for most of this year, the average number of workers has totaled about 20, according to employees. The plant has been closed since March 27 in anticipation of the sale. Day observance set the American system of justice. Sterling J. Goodspeed, chairman of the Warren County Board of Supervisors, has taken note of the upcoming observance, declaring: "In this period of testing of our democratic., institutions and changing condi Glens Falls, at 1:29 p.m. Sunday. A daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Olin Keech of 8532 Ferry Boulevard, South Glens Falls, at 8:55 p.m. Sunday. Other births reported include: A daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Ronald C. Hickin of Derry, N.H., at 6:52 p.m. March 31 in Elliott Hospital, Manchester, N.H. Mrs. Hickin is the former Patricia Dunne, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dunne Rain KSSS3 Sho ri Stationary Ocludi National outlook Snow is due today over Montana and Wyoming, and part of Michigan, according to the National Weather Service. It will be cold in the north-central part of the nation, and warmer elsewhere. flurries, high 36" to 42 (2 to 5 C). Tonight: windy and cold with flurries, low in mid 20s (-4 to -2 C). Friday: windy Boise 61 31 cdy Boston 46 38 rn Brownsville 74 63 cdy Buffalo 45 26 .31 rn ChrlstnSC 76 64 . 20 clr ChrlstnWV 65 45 .36 cdy Chicago 40 33 .02 cdy Cincinnati 47 39 .81 cdy Cleveland 48 33 .47 cdy Columbus 50 38 .64 cdy Dal Ft. Wth 59 41 .01 clr Denver 51 26 tdy Des Moines 47 30 .06 cdy Detroit 39 32 . 23 cdy Duluth 38 09 cdy Fairbnks Missing Hartford 50 33 .01 rn Helena 55 33 cdy Honolulu 83 70 clr , Gifts I Tht Easter ' Bunny willb h.r.l Displaying the prestigious Liberty Bell 'Award, annually awarded to a non-lawyer, non-judge who exemplifies the ideals of Law Day, U.S.A., are, from left, Sterling J. Goodspeed, chairman, Warren County Board of Supervisors; R. Case Prime, president, Warren County Bar Association; Dorothy Charles, bar association secretary; David B. Krogmann, Law Day chairman; and J. Lawrence Paltrowitz, Law Day committee member. tions, the American people can help to strengthen our laws and secure the individual rights of all citizens by fulfilling their responsibilities to see to it that our laws are just and fairly administered." Goodspeed continued: "By channeling change through the reasonable of Queensbury. Her husband is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hickin of Queensbury. A son to Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Tierney of Erie, Pa., on March 19. Mrs. Tierney is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Heed of 833 Ethan Allen St., Fort Edward. A son to Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Gilles Jr. on April 1 at the Naval Hospital in Portsmouth, Va. Gilles is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hayes of Luzerne. f NATIONAL WEATHER SfRVICE 80 NOAA US Derjt .1 (i, and cold with periods of snow, high in mid 30s (0 to 2 C). Friday: windy and cold with . flurries likely. for Thursday l 40 Houston 65 54 clr Ind'apolis 41 39 .13 cdy Jacks'ville 86 63 .22 clr Juneau 40 31 rn Kan's City 47 33 .15 cdy Las Vegas 77 41 clr Little Rock 51 46 .50 clr Los Angeles 81 53 clr Louisville 52 43 .71 cdy Memphis 60 51 .50 clr Miami 79 73 cdy Milwaukee 42 34 cdy Mpls-St. P. 46 22 cdy Nashville 61 51 .23 clr New Orlns 71 65 1.09 clr New York 46 40 .04 cdy Norfolk 52 48 1.45 clr Okla. City ' 55 34 .01 clr Omaha 52 26 cdy Vur 5ih Gala OPEN MOUSE SUNDAY, APRIL 8th 10 AM to 5 PM THOUSANDS OF GORGEOUS SPRING ! PLANTS TO DELIGHT Y0UI 793-8555 Qwiker Rood, Grtm Follf judgment of law, we truly can correct whatever problems may arise." In officially designating the day as Law Day, U S A., Goodspeed called upon all citizens, organizations and schools to recognize this special day "with suitable progarms, ceremonies and educational activities." Argyle meeting set ARGYLE - The Argyle Board of Education will meet at 8 tonight in the school conference room to discuss budget planning. The date of the meeting was erroneously reported Wednesday. The Post-Star regrets the error. WESTERN NEW YORK Today: mostly cloudy with chance of showers or flurries, high 40 to 45 (4 to 7 C). CENTRAL NEW YORK Today: mostly cloudy with chance of showers,, high near 45 (7 C). Tonight: windy and cold, low in mid 20s (-4 to -2 C). Thursday, April 5, 1979 Sunrise 5:30, Sunset 6:25, Friday Sunrise 5:28 Morning stars: Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Venus. Evening stars: Mercury. The moon: first quarter, April 4, full moon, April 12, last quarter, April 19, new moon, April 26. Wednesday high 47 '(8 C) Wednesday low 28 (-2 C) Orlando Philad'phia Phoenix Pittsburgh Ptland, Me Ptland, Ore Rapid City Reno Richmond St Louis St P-Tampa Salt Lake San Diego San Fran Seattle Spokane St St Marie Tulsa 89 68 cdy 45 42 .18 cdy 78 45 clr 53 34 .15 rn 47 29 rn 64 . 46 cdy 53 25 .01 sn 70 26 cdy 52 47 . 56 clr 43 41 .25 cdy 81 70 cdy 59 39 clr 76 56 clr 67 51 cdy 53 47 cdy: 58 37 cdy 41 23 sn 56 38 .02 clr

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