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10 BRANCH OFFICE: 485 Troy-Schenectody THEU-TIMES RECORD, Y. --SATURDAY- SEPTEMBER 28, ST 5-6601 KI VANIS AUCTION NETS $1,121 Shown above, with articles donated for sale at the Latham Kiwams Club's auction held recently, is Edward Leroux Jr. of Latham who acted as auctioneer for the afternoon session of the sale. Proceeds will be used for'Child Service Work Fund. Peter A.

Beddow, not shown here, was chairman. Edward Leroux Sr. of Latham also not shown here, was auctioneer with his s.on. First Lesson Given In Mass Feeding The first session of a five-week course in "Mass Feeding" was held this week at the Blue School under the sponsorship of the National Security Committee of the Latham Business and Professional Women's Club. Paul Phillips, executive director of the Albany County Chapter of the American Red Cross, was the principal speaker at the introductory session.

Fifty Latham residents have enrolled in the course, representing the Latham BPW Club, thc S. W. Pitts Hose and the Boght Community Fire Co. Mr. Phillips gave a general outline of the different phases to be covered by the course over the next five weeks and urged the importance of such a course, "because of the strategic location of Latham." He stressed the need for the local residents to train and be prepared to cope with any disaster which may strike the fast-growing community or surrounding areas.

He also announced that qualified instructors will be provided by the Albany County Red Cross Chapter and by Civil Defense Units to conduct the sessions. At the close of Mr. Phillip's talk, Thomas Macmillan of the Emergency Mass Feeding Committee, presented a film on the lied Cross, showing recent flood and fire disasters and how its trained workers were able help in the stricken areas. -Mrs. Miriam Root, BPW com-i Rotary Club, To Hear Address By Town Supervisor William K.

Sanford, supervisor of the Town of Colonie, be the principal speaker at the meeting of the Latham Rotary Club, Monday at 6:30 p.m. at Paul''; a a Latham October 9 has been selected as to club's "Charter Night" dinner. The dinner will be held at Paul's Restaurant with Albert Bantham, 3rd' vice president of Rotary International, as the principal speaker of the evening. Guests will attend Ljie Charter Night affair representing all clubs in District 719. Boght Fire Co.

To Conduct Open House The first "Open House" of the Boght Community Fire Co. will be held tomorrow beginning at 2 p.m. at the fire house on the Boght road. Refreshments will be served throughout the day. and the public is invited to attend the "Open House" and inspect the fire equipment.

Dancing will be held in the evening from 8 to 11 p.m. to the music of Stan Boudreau and his orchestra. Frank Canfield is general chairman of the "Open House" and will be assisted by Mrs. Dorothy O'Connell, president of the Ladies Auxiliary, which will assist the firemen in the arrangements. ne volunteer fire company mittee chairman, has stated that' a established on July 8, 1940 with a roster of only 12 members.

Today the fire company has an enlistment of 164 members. The first pumper was a Stutz model which was purchased second-hand from the Town of Middletown. The present equipment includes two of the most modern of fire pumpers and a new Cadillac ambulance, equipped with four stretchers and built-in oxygen equipment. The am- bulnace serves a 'wide area in the Town of Colonie and is manned by a trained personnel called the Boght Community Rescue Squad, who are members of the Boght Fire Department. The Rescue Squad was organized by A.

Edward Rowe and is rapidly nearing its 1.000th The a a "membership call, since its incep- the Latham Parent-Teacher; tion on Nov. 1951. anyone interested in enrolling in the course may do so by contacting her at ST-ate 5-3127. Mrs. Root also announced that next week's session, which will be held at Blue Creek School Wednesday from 8 to 10 p.m.

will have Mrs. Clara B. Stott, dietician, who will instruct the group on how to make coffee "on a a scale." Also at Wednesday's session, Dr. Paul Patterson, head of the Division of Pediatrics- of Albany Hospital, speak on "Food and Nutrition." PTA Plans Annual Membership Tea of Association will held Monday at 3 p.m. at the school.

According to a previous announcement, the tea was to have been held at Calvary Hall, but this was an error. "Mrs." Curtis Bigley of Albany Thc fire headquarters has been completely renovated and additions have been constructed to house additional fire equipment and the ambulance. There are also meeting rooms and a complete kitchen. All rooms will be Tvill be the principal speaker. Re! open to the public at the "Open freshmcnts will be served a new members will be accepted 1 into the association.

There i be a short business meeting. jDOgnt niiiS PI A Officers To Meet The executive committee of the St. Matthew's Chapel I 4 i i i I Hoiy Communion u-ilj be ccie-jBoghl Hills PTA will meet Tues- hrated tomorrow at 8 a.m. at day at 7:30 p.m. in the faculty a Episcopal Chapel and room of the school.

Dr. Tidmarsh To Be Guest Organist Dr. -Elmer A. Tidmarsh, profes- Ike Blasts Faubus' Role In Liiile Rock (Continued from Page 1.) University in Schenectady, will be the guest organist at Calvary Methodist Church tomorrow at the 10:45 a.m. service of worship.

Dr. Tidmarsh is well-known, not-only as an organist, but also as the director of several choral groups in the area. He will direct the Church Choir -in the singing of the anthem, "Teach Me Thy Way," which will include an incidental solo by Mrs. Guy DeLollo. Rev.

Luther A. Patton, pastor, will conduct the service of worship and will preach on the subject "First Generation Christians." At 9:30 a.m. Sunday School will be held for all ages with William C. Cookson, as general superintendent. A Sunday School session mil be held at 10:45 a.m.

for children in the nursery through primary departments. The Youth Fellowship will meet at 7 p.m. and officers for the new year will be' elected. The speaker of, the evening will be Bernard C. who led a group of Boy Scouts to the "Jamboree" in England last summer and with them, toured several European countries.

He will speak on the subject, "World Friendship." The Youth Fellowship is being represented at the Troy Area right under the Constitution as defined in such court orders, the oath of office of the Preside-nt requires that he take action to give that protection. "Failure to act in such a case would be tantamount to aquies- ence and the dissolution'of the union." Angry At Governor There have been strong indications that Eisenhower was angry about Faubus' role in the Little Rock situation since he and the governor conferred here at the vacation White House two weeks ago today. After the two-hour session Eisenhower said Faubus had stated he would obey orders the court. Faubus said integration is the law of the land and the law would be obeyed. But Faubus kept national guardsmen on duty at Central High School until the court enjoined him to pull out the unit.

In his telegram, to Russell-- quarterbacked Senate opposition to civil rights legislation passed at the last session of Congress--the president left no doubt he is angry at Faubus. But he told Russell: "Few times in my life have I felt as saddened as when the obligations of my office required order the use of a force within a state to carry out the decisions of a federal court." Eisenhower noted that Russell had alleged "certain wrongdoings on the part of individual soldiers at Little Rock." Eisenhower told Russell that Secretary of the Army Brucker assemble the facts nn port them directly to you." Russell's Protest In his telegram to the President Thursday, Russell had protested "high handed and illegal methods being employed by the armed of the United States" at Little Rock. The senator added: "If reports of reputable press associations and news writers are to be believed, these soldiers are disregarding and. overriding the elementary rights of citizens by applying tactics which must have been copied from the manual issued the officers of Hitler's storm troopers." Russell said news dispatches from Little Rock had agreed 'that an unarmed citizen had hr lead cracked by a rufle butt," and that another account related that "three or more citizens were pushed down a street with bayonets at their throats Methodist r5 I uc y-K treat At Camp Pinnacle by Miss Virginia Long. Miss Carole King and DuBois.

Several teachers of the Sunday School will attend the training classes held at the First Lutheran Church in Albany Monday from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m., under the direction of the Albany Federation of Churches. A minstrel rehearsal will be held Monday at Calvary Hall at 7:30 p.m. with Mrs. Guy De- Lollo, directing. All committee chairmen, xvho have been appointed to serve for Newtonville Church To Have Promotion Sunday "Promotion Sunday" will be observed at the Newtonville Methodist Church when members of the Sunday- School will participate in the morning worship service at 11 a.m.

There will be no Church School tomorrow. The junior choir will meet at 6:30 p.m. Monday and at 7:30 p.m. the Church School teachers will attend thc Albany Federation of Church's Christian Education program at the First Lutheran Church in Albany. The pleasant word class will meet at thc church at 2 p.m.

on Tuesday with Mrs. Emma Wilson and Mrs. George Green in charge. Masses Scheduled Masses will be celebrated at the coming year, in addition to A fa TM Se hurch tomorrow at officers of the PTA unit are re-T' a and 12 noon morning prayer and sermon will be held at 11 a.m. with Rev.

Stephen W. Gillcspie officiating. Sunday School for children in trades three and older will be; quested to attend the meeting. held at 9:30 a.m. and the primary! and prc-nurscry departments wiilj Brownie Meeting in i i I I I I I i i i i vv meet at 11 a.m.

iirOSimaSterS xr The meeting day of Brownie Board TO Meet Troop 87 whicll in thc past has jlnstall Officers in-3 TMi ccntly at Jones Restaurant in -Mrs. DOrazio. 391 troop leader is Mrs Shaker Loudonvillc. Nord. tsins and officers are requested! to attend.

Lutheran Church Notes WILLIAMSON GAS OIL Worm Air Furnaces Sunday School classes for the Lutheran Church of the Resur- irection will be held at 9:30 a.m. Those installed: William McInerney. i president; Florence Ripple. Poestenkill, vice president: Iva Puffer, Wynants- kiil. tomorrow at thc Circle I a rvr.i.

MORE EVEA HEAT CALL FROELICH'S THE STOVE STORE 353 River St. on Fran kirn Square AShtcy 4-3100 secretary-treasurer, a i i Cooper. Graflon, director i worship" service "win "be" i lhree a Postmaster John a 11 a.m. with Rev. Gordon Cass a i i state vice iJohnston.

pastor, delivering thc! a Iscrmon. The choir will mccti Postma ster Olivet Johnson of Wednesday at the home of Lc-i Rcns clacr was named by the 'Roy Spring at 8 I residcnt as chairman of the pro- 0 a committee and Asst. Post- i Brownie Meeting a Lawrence Mcycr Brownie Troop 67 will meet at Troy, chairman of the publicity 3 p.m. at the Blue Creek School committee Monday. Mrs.

Dorothy Harrigan i The next meeting of the group Averill Park Unit Names Leaders For New Projects The first fall meeting of the Averill Park Home Demonstration was held recently at the fire-ball with a talk on "Dish and Terrariums" given by Mrs. Lawrence Backer. The meeting was conducted bv Russell Calls For Text Of Riot Order RECEPTION'--A reception was held yesterday at the RPI Freshman dining hall for graduate students. Shown at the affair are, left to right, Vincent Barr, student; Dr. Livingston W.

Hous- president of RPJ; Dr. Samuel Rezneck, RPI professor, and Louis C. Landauer, student. Rensselaer Knights Plan Celebration A double celebration will be held Sunday, Oct. 13, at 2 p.m.

when Rensselaer Council, Knights of Columbus, celebrate its 60th famil album st clothing. Forbes Manor Home Demonstration Unit Planning Program The Forbes Manor Home Extension Service will welcome former members, guests and members to a reunion of this unit Tuesday at 8 p.m. at Van Rensselaer High School in Rensselaer. All those attending have been requested to come attired in anniversary and also dedicates its new i i a Franciscan Heights, Rensselaer. bishop of the Albany Catholic Diocese, will officiate at the dedication.

Open house will follow to allow guests to view the one-story structure built on Washington avenue in the upper section of the city on property formerly owned by the Franciscan Fathers of St. Anthony's Monastery. The new building is on the lower portion of the monastery grounds and replaces rooms used by council for many years on Broadway. Albert Hanley, deputy grand knight, is general chairman for the program. Records of the organizing of this unit will be 'given by Mrs.

Clar- unce Grecnalch. Mrs. Thomas Millington, chair- a HIISIQCSS meeting. Miss Frances Sprague, of the American Dairy Council, will show films and talk oh "Nutritious Lunches for Children." Mrs. Douglas Childrose will be refreshment chairman and she will be assisted by Mrs.

Claude and Mrs. Earl Bonacquisti, Mrs. Howard Burke and Mrs. Thomas Heritage. Mrs.

Reina Deitz is public relations officer for. the unit for this season. Trojan To Tour Shrines Miss Ann Devane of 60 Ida will make a grand tour of the Catholic shrines of Europe Several of the dignitaries will' 011 the annual pilgrimage organ- include members of the Bluef of Our Lady of Fatima of Ave 7n- civic, fraternal, patriotic and social organizations of the City of Rensselaer and Mayor McNally will represent the city with a number of his associates. for the coming years were discussed and project leaders were announced as follows: "Swedish Weaving," Mrs. Arthur Handley; "Care of the Skin," Mrs.

Marion ECronau; "Window Treatments," Mrs. Zella French; "Suds Your Duds," Mrs. John Rudt; "Living Together in the Family," Mrs. Warren Danks; "Yeast Bread and Rolls," Mrs. Thomas Frokedal; "Low Calorie Refreshments," Mrs.

John Kronau; "How to Make an Apron," Mrs. John Reid; "Sports Separates," Mrs. James Wood; "All Weather Coat." Mrs. William Kennel'; ''Restyling of Table Linens," Kehn; Children' Books." Mrs. Lynn Gage; "Room Arrangements," Mrs.

Maxwell Kinney. Mrs. Robert Langford will present "How Do I Count as a Citizen" at the October meeting, Hostesses for the evening were Mrs. Ann deFreitas. Mrs.

Danks, Mrs. Kay Rc'binson and Mrs. Kehn. TO ADDRESS ROTARY Dr. Roland.

F. Beers will be speaker at the noon meeting of the Troy Rotary Club Tuesday. His subject will be "Perspective!" Dr. Beers, who is president of the Troy Area Community Chest, will discuss factors bearing on the future community service development of Troy. Apartment Unit Will Conduct Turkey Dinner Plans for a turkey dinner to at Wednesday's session of- thc Joint Council of the Taylor Apts.

The affair will be held in the Community Hall at the project with Mrs. Margaret Barrett as general chairman. Others named to assist her include Mrs. Dorcas Deakin, Mrs. Dowd, Mrs Mary Gaglione, Mrs.

Bess Foster. Mrs. Delores Burns and Mis. Elizabeth Zappone. The group also accepted the resignation of Owen Slein as financial secretary and named Mrs.

Deakin historian following the resignation of Miss Josephine Urro. Frank Peters, president, told the group that the monthly publication "Taylor Topics" will be distributed monthly to each tenant beginning with this month's issue. The next session of -the council is scheduled for Oct. 7 in thc community hall. RPI RECEIVES GRANT A grant of $9,928 has been made to RPI by the National Institute of Health, U.S.

Public Health Service, Bethesda, for research to be carried on by Dr. Dwight Wilson in the Department of Biology. The grant conveys funds for a years program of study by Dr. Wilson. He is to of Fatima of Ave Maria Institute of Washington, N.J.

The tour leaves New York City, Saturday, Oct. 5, aboard the "S.S. Constitution," arriving at Fatima, Portugal, for the 40th anniversary on Oct. 13 of the final apparition of the Blessed Virgin Mary and the "Miracle of the Sun." The pilgrimage, which will take a to complete, will include a visit at most of the major shrines in Europe and also World War I Army Nurse Dies In Troy Miss Lucy Brooks, wHfo served with the Army Nurse Corps in World War died last night at Veterans Administration Hospital in Albany after a long illness. Her home was at 274 Stow Ave.

Miss Brooks was born in England and came here as a young woman, residing here ever since. She was a graduate of the New York Post Graduate Hospital School for Nurses in New York City and a member of its alumnae association. She had been a registered nurse in Troy for many years. Miss Brooks was a member of Levings Methodist Church. The survivors are two sisters, Mrs.

George Millhouse and Mrs. Jesse Bolt of Troy; a niece, Mrs. James Baldrcy of Highland Park, 111., and a nephew, James Millhouse of Troy. The funeral will be held at 11 a.m. from the residence, 274 Stow Ave.

Interment will take place sin Oakwood Cemcterv. Menetti Elected Commander Of GARB Garrison Poter MenatU was elected commander of CARB Garrison, Army re ady Navy a recent meet-' ing. The installation of officers'RedS Expel Washington (AP) Sen, sell (D-Ga), as chairman of thi Senate Armed Services Committee, called yesterday for the text of the now-revoked Army plan to step up riot' training of troopt stationed in the south. "1 want to find out if the Army has "formulated plans for the cupation of the entire south," Russell said in an interview. A Pentagon spokesman said last night "the Army will reply to the senator's letter" but dined further comment.

The senator, leader of the southern bloc in the Senate, said he has asked Secretary of Army Brucker for a copy of tht order, which Brucker said he revoked Thursday night as soon ai he heard of its existence, Russell said he has asked, too, for copies of all Defense Department orders relating to the use of troops in the Little Rock integration trouble, or any similar of troops that may be contempLat- ed. He said Congress and the people are entitled to know if military occupation of the south contemplated. "Certainly they ought to have a little more notice than they got in Little Rock," Russell said. Ht observed that Eisenhower ordered troops there one day after issuing a proclamation urging citizens not to interfere with in-" tegration at Central High School. Russell would not specify what other information he wants from Brucker, but said a asked for "a great deal." At Crestview, Rep.

Sikes (D-Fla) said he had telegraphed Secretary of Defense Wilson demanding- the text of the riot training order and the name of the person responsible for it. Sikes described the order as an alert "for what could amount to a new invasion of the south." The congressman is a member of the House Appropriations Committee. Brucker refused to discuss the order in any detail yesterday, or say who signed it. "It has been revoked and will not be revived," he told newsmen. "It is a closed book." When he announced Thursday night he had revoked it, Brucker said this was because it could be misinterpreted to mean, obviously, that the Army was ex- ipccting widespread civil disorders in the south and was getting will be held during the second week in October.

Nicholas Bevevino is retiring commander. James V. Bevcvino was named senior vice commander; Nicholas Montello, junior vice commander; William Beyor, judge advocate; Nicholas Furcinti, paymaster; William Van Patten, chaplain; a special with Pope; Patrick Pascarello, historian; P.TTTC--YTT i i i i i i Dominick J. Bevcvino. officer of The Blue Army is a worldwide 1 tn watch; Anthony T.

Ragusta, religious of patriotic instructor; Anthony Pas- 000,000 members engaged in a linella, service officer, and Joseph crusade of prayer and sacrifice for the conversion of atheistic communism. Closure Periods Imposed' On Troy, Menands Grills 'Penalties of closure periods have been imposed on a Troy restaurant arid one in Menands by the State Liquor Authority for violations of the Alcoholic Beverage Control regulations. Louis A. Dagle and Thomas M. Patton, licensees of the Night Cap Inn, 881 River are closed for a 15-day period, from Sept.

25 to Oct. 10 for sales of alcoholic beverages to intoxicated persons and also sales of beer to a minor. A seven day penalty was given to Thomas J. Cerasoli, Menands road, for sales of alcoholic beverages during prohibited hours. The closure period is from Sept 24 to Oct.

1. AT ST. LAWRENCE Robert Campbll, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sydney W.

Campbell, of Dunn Gardens Troy, was an orientation leader during the recent Freshman Week at St. Lawrence University. He is now conduct studies on vac-jin his senior year at the univer- cinia sity. CHEERLEADERS-The cheerleading squad of Catholic Central High School is'shown here 41. --j oniuui ciiuwn ncre 3nd i be hcld Ocl at the Hill- formed into a letter In the 'are Vicki Kenosian.

Marion Ashdown, Judy Quinn" A C-ruh Restaurant in Johnsonville. captain; Carole Dabrowski, Bonnie Inglis, Judy -jjaguire; Lynne VanDermark and BeUy L. Bevevino, publicity officer. Rock 'N' Rollers Berlin (INS)-- The Communist East German government expelled a touring West German soccer team from the country a i rock oll, boogie-woogie and sambas in it- restaurant. 'The Communist press reported the restaurant manager ordered the cats off the premises with the words, "In our republic such idiotic American dancei are forbidden." 125 Saleswomen Wanted Your Penney Store will open soon in the Latham Corner Shopping Center.

There many interesting and profitable positions open in the following departmenfs: Ready-to-wear Infant's Wear Millinery Yard Goodi Work Clothing Curtains Draperies Woman's Accessories Domestics Men's Furnishings Foundation Garments end many others WE WANT THE BEST SALESPEOPLE IN THE TR1 CITY AREA PENNEY'S good plact to work. There ore many advantages in working for Penney's--such as: Excellent Working Conditioni Modern NcwStort Good Pay Generous Employee Discount On Purchases Advancement Opportunities Patient and Thorough Training at Full Pay PENIVEY'S LATHAM CORNER SHOPPING CENTER PLACE: J. C. PENNEY BLDG. Interviewing Hours: 1 p.m,-8 p.m.

Tucs. and Wed. 9 p.m..

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