The Times Record from Troy, New York on August 31, 1963 · Page 19
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THE TIMES RECORD, TROY, N. Y., SATURDAY EVENING, AUGUST 31, 1963 Senior Group To Take Part ·At State fair Tomorrow is. Troy Day at th New York State Fair, and the Slat* Committee on Aging, has invitedjthe/Jrpy Senior Citizens Center to'put on a program depicting Center activities. Fifty members have chartered a . bus which will leave Troy at 8 a.m. tomorrow for Syracuse.. The'direetbr of the Senior Citizens Center at 92 4th St., Mrs. Florence;.' CUrtimings, said that the Troy program will be presented from a stale. Members of the Center will demonstrate their programs. There will be bridge and pinochle players, checker/and domino devotees. The ..Women will show needlecraft and handicrafts. In the background will be paintings done by members of the Center. Others, will demonstrate chair caning! , The entertainment program will include square dancing. For seyeral weeks, through the courtesy o f . the . Troy Police Benevolent .Assn., dancers have, met at the Lido Club to prac- tice..TKose who will talie part are ,)Ida . LaVoiCj Lucy Lucier, Minnie Rtishia, Margaret Dupree, Jesss Esmond, Salvatore Cianiprone,' Silas Folios and William ;Griffin. Edward-Chapman will be master of ceremonies. He. and Bessie Bergeron also will be stand-ins, .in case .someone is. taken ill. Mrs. Gertrude Van Acker will sing. Instrumental solos will be given by Serafina La- Morticella, guitar; Mrs. Josephine Cioffi, mandolin and Jacob Kowalski, violin and mandolin. Mrs. Bessie Shanks will give poetic recitations and Silas Folios will appear in a comedy number. There also will be impromptu readings and entertainment. The Center is financed by aid from the City of Troy and the United Fund. Boy Drowns Rochester (AP)--C h a r 1 e s Allen, 14, of Rochester drowned yesterday while swimming in the Barge Canal in suburban Brighton. TIZZY By Kate Osann 'Want to hear something funny? I'M been talking »o long, I've forgotten who you are!" Methodists Act OnRace/ssue At Conference Chicago (UPI)--Delegates to he- Second Methodist Confer- nce resolved yesterday that unds to racially segregated Methodist schools should be cut iff. The action brought an immediate response from a South- rn .delegate who warned that he a c t i o n would adversely iffect the church's financial talus. The delegate, Rev. James R. Icott, Monticello, Ark., said "A arge percentage of funds are aised in the so-called 'Bible elf " and the resolution would ut off the flow of money to Church. But officials said although here are 135 Methodist related chools and colleges in the Jnited Slates "less than 20" reuse admission to Negroes. LAMINATED FABRICS LARGE SUPPLY REG. VAX. $1.98 Yd. 50 C YD, FLANNELS and PLISSES REG. VALUE 69e Yd. 29 C YD, COHOES MILL END FABRICS PARKING OPEN, DAILY 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. REMSEN and MOHAWK Stl. COHOESI Crippled Plane Crew Bails Out Enid, Okla. (AP) -- A crippled Navy two-engine B26 plane crashed in an open tield near Vance Air Force Base early today after the pilot and three passengers bailed' out safely. Maj. James Stewart, public information officer at the base, said the plane crashed shortly after the pilot bailed out at 3:30 a.m. The pilot made four passes over the field from 10,000 feet with one man going out each time. The pilot was the last man out. Stewart said, "we advised him of the c l e a r areas around here and he pointed the plane toward an uninhabitated area and bailed out." Names of the men were not for immediate release Stewart said. They were undergoing a routine medical check, but apparently were in excellent condition- The flight originated it North Island near San Diego, Calif., and was bound for Joplin, Mo., Stewart said. The plane lost its left landing wheel in an attempted landing at Joplin at 12:15 a.m., but the pilot gunned the engines and kept the plane in the air. He radioed he would try to land at Olathe, Kan., but found the' right wheel and nose wheel couldn't be retracted. The pilot then headed for Vance with intentions to evacuate his plane and let it crash. He made Vance his destination because the base is equipped with an air-sea rescue unit and a helicopter. Dies Of Injuries Buffalo. (UPD -- Kathorinc Hague, 86, of Buffalo, diet! yesterday at St. Joseph's Intercom- munity Hospital in suburban Cheektowaga from injuries she received in a two-car crash Thursday. For personal and friendly service with COHOES SAVINGS BANK Mortgages F.H.A. Home Improvement Loans (Title No. 1) Pass Book Loans Bank Money Orders Travelers Checks Christmas Clubs Safe Deposit Box Savings Accounts A YEAR LATEST TOTAL RATE 33/4% Regular Dividend YA% Special for money which has been on deposit one year or more. Bonk By Mail, Too - We Pay Poitogt Both Way* Cohoes Savings Bank Corner REMSEN and SENECA STS. TEIEPHONI CE 7-0220 MEMBER FEDERAL.DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORP. F. J. Roberts Dies Suddenly In Cohoes Fortunat J, (Fred) Roberts, CO, of 28 Mohawk St., Cohoes, died suddenly last night at his home. Mr. Roberts had worked as usual yesterday at the Star Textile and Research, Inc., Cohoes, and was stricken shortly atter retiring. Dr. F. M. Noonan was summoned but Mr. Roberts was beyond medical aid. The inha- lalor squad from the Cohoes Fire Dept. also went to the residence. Last riles of Ihe Roman Catholic Church were administered by Rev. Edward N. Leroux, assistant pastor of St. Joseph's Church, Cohoes. Mr. Roberts had been under the care of a physician. The Mohawk street man was a native of Canada but had resided in Cohoes for 58 years and was a communicant of St. Joseph's Church. Surviving are his wife, the former Emma Messier; four daughters, the Misses Agnes and Cecile Roberts, both of Cohoes, Mrs. AUellio Faroni of Waterford and Mrs. Robert Hickey of Watervliet;' six sons, Leo of Cohoes; Joseph of Cropseyville; Rena and Eugene, both of Watervliet; Francis of Troy, and Sgt. Paul E. Roberts of USA who is stationed in Germany; 25 grandchildren; three sisters, Mrs, Fortunat Remillard of Sherrington, Quebec, Canada, Mrs. Clara Berthiaume and Mrs. Mildred Berthiaume, both of Cohoes, and several nieces and nephews. The funeral will be held at 9 a.m. Tuesday from A. G. Boivin's Sons Funeral Home, 70 Congress St., Cohoes, and at 9:30 a.m. from St. Joseph's Church, that city, where a Solemn Requiem Mass will be ccle- braled. Interment will be in St. Joseph's Cemetery, Waterford. Axel Stordahl Dies In California Hollywood OAF)--Axel Stordahl, longtime musical arranger for singer Frank Sinatra, is dead at 50. Stordahl died yesterday at his home in suburban Eneino. Cause of death was not disclosed. At the time o' death, Slor- dahl was arranger for the television scries "McHalc's Navy," starring Ernest Borgnine. He leaves his widow, Singer June Hutton. and two children, Susan, 9, and Jeff, 4. Prohibitionists Name Candidate St. Louis (AP) -- A soft- spoken college professor, who has never held public office, is the first nominee o f . a recognized political party for election as President of the United Stales in 1884. E. Harold Munn Sr., head of the Department of Education at Hillsdale (Mich.) College, was chosen on the first ballot yesterday by delegates to the 24lh convention of the National Prohibition Parly. Highway Fence Irks Residents Indianapolis, Intl. (UI'I) -- Employes of the State Highway Commission complained yesterday that three-fourths of a mile of fencing along a stretch of Interstate 80 had been cut. They reported that one woman found snipping the fence told them: "If I can't walk tn the grocery, I might as well go to jail." Turncoat Tells Of Hard Times In China Honk' Kong (UPD--A U.S. Army turncoat who returned ironi Red China told today of hunger, hard times and growing hatred for Russia behind the bamboo curtain. Albert C. Belhommc, a Belgian national captured during the Korean war, spoke to newsmen for 90 minutes about his 12 years as a prisoner of war and defector. "I was looking for Utopia and it isn't to be found," Belhomme said, "I think I've stopped looking now." Belhomme married and became the father of three sons, aged one, four and six, during his years in Communist China. The family crossed into Hong Kong yesterday. He said his decision to refuse repatriation after the war was not influenced by brainwashing but by his hopes of rinding "a better society--better conditions than I had experienced in the past." "It was mainly my own quest for a better life and a touch of adventurism," Belhomme said. He was asked whether he had any regrets or remorse. "That's a hard question to answer," Belhomme said. I think it was worthwhile. Although I saw hard limes, I found my wife there and we have children. I would write my family up on the good side of having been there." · The former sergeant told of going on strike for more than nine months at a Tsinan paper mill where he worked as an electrician. He said the strike resulted in an "attendance bo- nils" of 75 per cent of base pay that was given to him and other turncoats employed in the same city. He said his base pay was about S29 a month, but that a Red Cross subsidy, the bonus and other allowances broughl his total wages up lo about $98 a month. This was about four times what Chinese got for the same work, Belhomme said. He said conditions were extremely bad during Red China's highly-publicized "big leap forward" lasl year. Conditions improved in 1963 but probably were still below the 1957 level, he said. During the "big leap" industrialization drive "people definitely went hungry," Belhommc told reporters. He said prices "were horribly high" and "shortages were terrible." 8-31 "White flannels are in again, Alice! Now if we could just bring back the Coolidge administration!" JOHNJ.AHERN RESCUE SQUAD, ,«. MECHANICVILLE, N. Y. ANNUAL FUND RAISING DRIVE FOR OPERATION EXPENSES CONTRIBUTIONS MAY BE MAILED TO THE SQUAD c/o BOX 669 MECHANICVILLE NO HOUSE TO HOUSE CANVASS WILL BE MADE! We Nrctl Your Support to Ojir.rntel CE Director To Be Guest At Farewell Reception STILLWATER Mrs. T. S. Ryan MO 4-7903 A farewell reception wilj be held 'Tuesday evening at the Stillwater United Church for Miss Marilla Webster, director of Christian Education, who has been appointed director of Christian Education of Christ Methodist Church, in Glens Palls, effective Sunday, Sept. 8. Miss Webster leaves the Stillwater United Church where she has served eight years. Miss Webster was graduated from Albany State College and earned a master of arts degree in religious education from the Hartford, Conn., Seminary Foundation. She taughl high school for Iwo years and has served as di- reclor of Christian Educalion in the First Baptist Church, Glens Falls, and Old South Union Congregational Church, South Weymouth, Mass. The regular meeting of the Women's Association of the Stillwater United Church will be held following the reception for Miss Webster. Firemen To Parade Members of the Stillwater Fire Department will parade to 1 day at the Schaghticoke Fair. The parade starts at 6 p.m. Plan Card Party A public card party will be held Monday at 8:30 p.m. in Bemis Heights Grange Hall. Visiting In Maine Mrs. Helen Scott, Miss Marjorie Scott, Robert Scott and Richard Case and Mrs. Scott's, houfieguest, Miss Elsie Warren, Ocean Grove, N.J., arc spend' ing a week at York Beach, Maine. Church Notes Stiilwatcr United Church, Rev. Thomas S. Evans, pastor. Churcn service at 9:30 a.m. The pastor will occupy the pulpit. St. Peter's C h u r c h , Rev. Charles A. Gaffigan, pastor. Masses at 7:15, 8:15 and 11:15 a.m. Miraculous Medal and St. Jude devotions on Tuesday at '1:30 p.m. Penlecoslal Christian Assembly, Rev. John Beretta, pastor. Church service at 10 a.m. Church School at 9:15 a.m. Services Wednesday and Thursday at 7:30 p.m. St. Isaac Jogues Church, Saratoga Lake. Masses at 8:30, 10 and 11:J5 a.m. Confessions today at 7:30 p.m. Brunswick Girls Raise $22 For MD Fund Drive Seven Brunswick area girls collected $22 yesterday alter- noon at a backyard carnival benefit [or the Rensselaer County Chapter of Muscular Dystrophy. The carnival, which included skits, games and refreshments, was beld in the backyard of Mr. and '.\te. Mario J. Rizzi of Fairlawn Lane, Brunswick. The girls were Irene Hizzi, 12; Catherine Riz/.i, 11; Riu Isiikaman, 13; Susan Zibro, 11; Christine Bcrtheaume, 11; Christine Farnan, 10, and Nora Boland, 10. Mrs. Rosemary Farnan and neighbors aided the girls. "Birdcage" Dad Of Youngster Who Thrives On Birdies Spokane (AP)--The word "bird" keeps cropping up In the lives of the Dr. Glen t'onlcy family. Daughter Peggy's ability to collect uirdics on tile golf course carried her--at the agt uf 16--to the finals of thli year's U. S. Women's Amateur (iolf Tournament In Williamstown, Mass. The head of the house, Spokane dentist, carried th« nickname "Birdcage" CnnlcJ- wlicn he was an All-West Const tackle at (he University of Washington in the early 1940s. Those were the days before football helmets came equipped with face guards. Conlcy wore glasses and a specially built mask to protect them. A novelty at the time, the mask earned Dr. Conlcy his nickname. Fewer Wolves The long-harassed gray, or timber wolf is dwindling in the United States. South of Alaski, 'only northern Minnesota harbors a reasonably safe breeding population of these wolves. 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