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THE TIMES RECORD, TROY, N. Y., SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 15, 1961 WATERVLIET NEWS trench Office: 1723 Broadway Phone AR 3-1000 Drive Very Successful The Watervliet Cancer Fund Public Schools Music Festival Slated Friday The music dcpt. of- the vliet public schools will stage its l'2th annual music festival Friday, April 21, in the Watervliet High School auditorium. Performing will be the junior! Uncle Of John H. Hutchinson, 88, VFW Auxiliary Holds Installation r'fU.*-/* 1 '. f ' ·' A. ,.' -" 4 l : . ' " vV '. ' · , ' » . ' Knights Plan drive has been so successful;and senior high choral ensern-' 619 4th Ave., an uncle of James' yp\iy thus far that a door-to-door can-' W e s under the direction of Mrs. p/ Hutchinson, Watervliet Re-| 'Mrs, ^·Beattie, past] ^,-,,-- : th'e Auxiliary of I Watervliet City Post, VFW, was the installing-officer .-recently at ceremonies ··'** - f ^ *\iv;i»*o· at ^ ,, ,, , Cnnstine;Beam.AR 3-2022 Priest-Physicist ' WiH Address Newman Glub v R e v . William. A. Wallace, O.P.,M.S..P,hD.,S.T.D., who was; officer Astronaut Meets Press At oCr\ IJl^, 35 (^.AfU^'CJJ. .vllCI*? V I A V A i A V y * . I ; onJ-Tinian r wb'eh 1 ; the first atom i bombs were prepared jifor drops in Hirqshima''arid Nagasaki, will] orbit; presumably without (Continued from Page 1) speak - on ., Modern cess, before Gagarin took 'off. , , .Warfare" at t h e f i n a l Newman| ; :; G a» arin s a ^ he had a clear f o r /the nominating committee ihe third annual spring Hciub-JScluW^-iie.-hel^at RPI E^Hnll^ 3t all '" limes ^^1 the following officers were Dorcas Society At Petersburg Names Officers The annual meeting.'' o f . the Dorcas Society of ;the Petersburg Baptist Church was held recently at the home of Mrs. Paul - Green in North Petersburg. / · i Mrs. Floyd Sheeley reported vass will not be needed to reach |,* rene T" 9 ol , dey: J b ®; al1 ^ ty ·[junior band plus the Watervliet! publican Party chairman, died! Watervliet auxiliary'was install; Rnthlah · : \ifmny?fl!- r vPn5f'¥k ,- -----o -- cjiuo-Jecture4o-be held tfeinian. i seniorlai ^psi. j^:,.,party,'sponsored bv the·\\ t r '-t · - % ' : - . -·'·..-'· J, in Delm-ar;*--·;-, · -'·'*^W^iVn* v t r -.,, nW?dnesday.-ftv*mng.-. .. r*;v M ari ft '^a£ *' the S^V!^V ^5 ' W i·-^teWallace is.a re du.qng his flight. i reelected for the ensuing year: He cleared up one mystery | president, Mrs; George Goyer chairman, reported. The drive ooened yesterday with a grabbag at the Railroad snd Steamship Food " Outlet \vhich was to have continued today. However, all available gifts were sold and today's event was cancelled. The chairman cited civic organizations and business firms in the city as well as individuals : ·who have helped in making t h e : drive successful this early. i The Watervliet drive will of-1 ficially close April 30. j Future fund raising events j include: April IS when the j White Eagle Bakery on 4 t h ! by the estimated goal of $7,000. |S " H^h ^Sch^f ^SI yesterday at Samaritan Hospital "±f^ D] , Mrs. Charles Richenccker, drive j Band conducted by H. Gerald! after a brief illness. Watervliet unit attended Cohen, and also flute, piano and! A lifelong Watervliet trumpet soloists. Trinkets are available from j tervliet schools and was a,'grad- students or may be purchased j.uate of the former Troy Busi- at the door; The program begins ] n P « Collie \t various times ^- TM- ,, j- a . t 8 n m ^nebs tohe 0 e_At \ a n o i ^ u m e s . ^ o u r 0fflcers » dmner lo p.m. Mrs. Connors Funeral Conducted from Watervliet rcsi- i ceremonies headed I dent, he was educated in Wa- \ p ran ^ Falzo. Ail those who haven't to the , , , , .. ., f . I Your Officers" dinner j he was employed at the former | ^ , I Jones Car Works in Watervliet. \ ' , f . ,, , ,, , T . ! ,,, . _ , , ,, ,, r . j i get them from Mic / i C l u c t t , Pcabody Co. Inc. and * chairman or r mnrP. r w f t n r l v at t h e Watervliet i _ ' c n a i r m a n - ; OI I the the Cmdr. | physicis^vwhov;furned/priesU ; He]^as,.^quipped with a porthole i _ 'r^'.^.':.'^,._..;·'_%:·'····"»· i .·":'· ; ('hi .Russian' "il!vnminfltnr"V held ·Saturday,-May 13, in St.! Joseph.Vil;?vV-^V- ;i - ' ! -~.-t ···.». . . , , . . . . A fuH'course Ytrkfhl|-e roast | was a ^^^^iori 6 ^ officer in will be.'^mKl from | the \,U. S. Navy at, thevp|ltbreak ; m ',, - · - · · · . .*''?·: *r? of World and entertainment will research I by- -confirming the spaceship Ci'n -Kussian, "illyuminator"). Gagarin disclosed he weighed 'declined lo speculate Sr.; first vice president, Mrs. Eva Simmbni; second vice president, Mr». Martha Burdick; secretary, Mrs-. Mildred Lapp and treasurer. Mrs. Gertrude Hewitt. . .. re- j one of the outstanding ;. ^ wartime Naval-csreer^e was wberi ; . the tae-dinner . . . , ' · 1 ^.:.v .··'· ; ',:,, ,« i :i:--/:£ i occupied with research :m ma?-!vyoula- be of u x x'« i n 1~ ' M \?v"u^"' rSoViet scientists and cosmo- at the Naval Ordnance^abora:!^^ whfin u . ired .» to 1942: He saw I J o n e s, cochairman ; Arsenal, retiring from there 10 j years ago. He was a member j rooms of the Trinity Episcopal Church I ' and the son of the late Annie} Plan Service At Callahan and C. Henry Hutchin- Ison. He is also survived, by a j brother, Harry G." Hutchiason, j of Watervliet. The funeral of Mrs.- Anna A. j Funeral services will be Mon- Connors, 1029 23rd St., was j day at 2 p.m. from the J. Greg- me rooms c a n i n e season is prepared ; cabled I - ^"TT · ; nauts: : wnen it is required.' j Michael McGov-j a n d .^ei-vpd ni-ir«»ivhv'-''/.x,,-v,^;i tory from 1941 to 1942. He saw,: : ; Gagarin said he would be j or Mrs. Julia!m e m i e r s " C0uml a ^^^ni the Solomon I 5 land,i^p| v and grateful" if he! irman, at the! Neil T Mc Keon ffrand k n i crht I f m p a i S "u t 0 ', S( ^,,° n '. th ^i were- entrusted with a second! has ap ointed W' Al tfh " T *' i J a p a n e s e home islands - Hls f^? 1 ; space'flight; "but we have many next' .space flight! T h e following committee attempted. He sa : d,! chairmen will serve for the will be made by j coming year: Missionary, Mrs. Bea Snyder; Flowers. Mrs. Frances'Bentley; Sunshine, Mrs. be | Gertrude Hewitt; Visiting, Mrs. Floyd Sheeley, Mrs. Ida Hewitt and Mrs. Lulu Hewitt; Parson- Funeral April 30, 4 Both the avenue will donate half of the i held at 9 a.m. today from the! ory Nealon and Son F days proceeds to the drive; | Parker Bros. Memorial, 2013!Home, 611 4th Ave., with Rev. April 28 and 29. the CftS Post \ Broadway, and at 9:30 a.m. i Reginald Field, rector of thej c hoirswi Italian-American War Veterans, J f r o m St. Patrick's" Church i Trinity Episcopal Church, offi- will sell daisies with a propor- j wh ere . a Solemn Requiem Mass! dating. Interment, will be in uon of the proceeds going j. wa ' s celebrated bv Rt Rev 'Albany Rural Cemetery. toward Lhe drive, and on April | Msgr/ Joseph M _ o- Connor . ' , ' Rev. Francis R. Bell was deacon and Rev. John F. Walsh was subdeacori. Miss Gertrude Magill was at the organ and John J. Fogarty sang '"'Miserere" at the processional, ; 'Domine Jesu Christe" a-t^ the ^offertory and " ; 0 God of Loveliness"*'at the recessional. Bearer^'? were George J. A special musical vesper service, sponsored choir of the Church, will be.- held Janles A - 30. the Jtalo-Bal'bo Clu.b will hold an open house and' pizza night at the rooms. PTA Officials Will Attend \v Education Parley ^ " Two Watervliet P a f'en t- Teacher Assn. officials K e o g h Austin, Girls Gym Program Presented at 8:30 p.m. A question answer period will follow. g at and: dod,e d quest i ons . as to the j Florence ' Mrs. He, Sim- jMarcy Shops VFW Auxiliary;! West Sdn:d' ; take Elects G)ffibers: : -'i ·Ladies Auxiliary·^f."thLi Perry Williams Post; VFW; l he^d and- the singing following the i eeting Tue^-jFiles Petition .er; the direction of I T _. ; ^rcgp,y and_ Frank J. Ill Bankruptcy The Marcy Shops Inc., ladies \ wearing apparel retailer of 13 a 3rd St., has liabilities of $16.- Trainihg 1205"and assets of S8,144 r accord( Putnam, son of Mr I in § to a petition in bankruptcy! the- 1 earth, on -file today in U.S. District F. Castle will st. 'Mrsf Harold Cannon. 87 '·$££ was graduated recent-1 Court in Utica. ly from, recruit training at the 'JNcival Training Center, Great iju'nylier of cosmonauts ifeatfy, or in training. K'.'The earth from this ..'·.i^.MS easy to see," he "Ifsj.visibility is good. I saw mountains, seas, rivers, shores, ridge§i '.'Tie stars shine brightly in sky, the earth has a , blue color . . . | I flew in the shadow o f j I could see nothing.! -Heavens have an abso-j now height i ^airman,. ;Mrs. 1 Civic Council moris, Mrs. Fannie Manchester and Mrs. Anna Clark. Social Paul . Green; representative. Mrs. Marge Hewson. Sale of articles .made by the Society, Mrs. Eva -Simmons and Mrs. Florence O'Dell: membership, Mrs, ,E\:a Simmons; publicity, Mrs-. -Anna Clark. The Society will hold its an- rummage sale on !lutelw=black color, and the sun I TV 7nr 97 - f n - I s " C i h i f c . ; ,nr,f^r ,nln, t^. ^ ! ^' A P Fl1 2? [ 10 3 - m - «* th 8 ,,,The- petition is signed by S.j has,, another color than o n j c h u . c h The annual gym demonstra- i - · , . . . . ther on the campus of .Gorjell | Conrad j^ish. and Lawrence iiori presente Unnrersity April 24 t«6..' to | R. Dew^f Interment was in! Watervliet Hi crnrix- i n o nonric o n H ft-onHc? nf _ , _ · * . : " · " _ · . ; a recent meeting at.th'e .Veterans Hall in West 'Sand Lake. Elec- study the needs and treads of here| senled recently ,,, L'kes. 111. Corps Board To IVleet A special meeting of officers and directors of St. Josepfi's ls- ; landers Junior Irmn:-ami'Bugle ( Corps will take .pia.cej.rat 7 p.m. igh School was pre- j senior vice president Margaret i tomorrow, at the K.' ; of Ckrooms. tion of officers for the coming year were* held and are as fol- ented by the girls at j J 0 . ws: President, Elaine Osher; a -standing | Smith; junior vice president, i The Corpi is 1 eompose'd'iof ;40 *_ -- _ · - r T _ _ ; *....;.,,·. . -. . *. . ^ The stars shine .morel Daviti Mark :as w vice president I e s a r s s n e .more It was voted to oivp fch managing executive and direc- 1 brighUy . . . f| . · . leer Fund a donation. The meet- tor,' ..Other officers., are Irving i when you leave the shadow i j ng c i ose( j w j til a socia j j. ·.. ,,, ..... t, , , , . , . . , t co-hostesses, Mrs. Ravmond director. The petition was hl^di have-seen Isrge ships if they! Clark and Mrs. Mar-e Hewson through Attorneys Murphy, ·Afhad. been there." a ! ciety o Mrs.: Patrick Madaio, pr'e^si^ent of i: the Wateniiei Parents and Teachers. Sermon Topics For Tomorrow visited the ! n a s i u m with Father Belli The \ hibition . m ne treasurer, Marie j members. Six girls have' Kachadurian; chaplain, VanDen Burg; patriotic instruc- will make" .s. members of the Watervliet Police Department, and delegations from duett- j P° sed a Peabody Co.. Behr-Manning girls. Co., D H Railroad and em- Following ployes of the New York State in which a team- fr^aM^S^-^ 0 ^'bearers, Viola i«h School in \lbanAr'oVi' 1 ^^^ 113 '' Buehler,-"Cori:. , ,:;-;-.· " r. \ : f-sttfcetMas.on.- Ida- Gusack;. flag team of Waterviiet Department Finance. of Taxation and the exhibition, three seperate drill teams^performed on various phase's -of .;-. Ida- Gusack;. flag Jeanne ·,!Bailey;.- his- 'tori-an. : Marie .-Walsh; secretary. -Hazel; Baxter; delegates to Mo- ^·" ..Gpuht}':' "Council, 'Conand Ann-'Eisel.- Installing officer will be Anna drich, Guy, Eroderick Simonj ""^ag-arin said the experience D©f©ndant Win5 of.Troy and it was refer£ed'"tp!of'weishtlessness 'in · orbit-did j^, to-'aci as coldr ^ijarf it$^ eree - Jobn J- R ' an ^¥ :A7 i : ''not \dversely affect-me or.thelCase Brought " ake; its-ffrst--apiearadce- b:anyj ' who u ' m ··' cali '-Wft Bti ' n S^ec"utibn of my tasks/' \*n C* * T le program commenced with! torSj Mildre^McFarlane. Chris-!in AlbanyaoV'the Mav.,D^ o^ f ! " or e than 100 creditors.:/ ..";£"..'ivfelt fine during the condi-! D Y State ITOOper -minute girls basketball;e^^^^K?^^d,-Majjy'Kacha- raiJe: ^ r - " .·'''·£-·'.·· '-^^M-.-. The ^abilities i^}ude laxe; ; tion;t)f- weightlessness." he said, j Breaking the leg of a law. . . . .-.'·;3.,xX'j22^'^:.--;^i^_^--v^-_j_: -rr.-j-.-i- ' .:- :i^_^.^^.-:..--. ·· ··-- · ;:--:. -:^of.S381; unsecure^ 1 claims.-.. $13.- j'^I landed just'as the plan called! man isn't nearly as serious ai 308. and. notes/- 32,516.' .Assets j for'!/ ; . . I fed fine now. I was ! breaking the law. include merchandise; $4,482: fix-1 ^ell/prepared for the trip, a n d ! So decided a Green County- tures, .S2p£72: accounts, $585, j have- no ill effects.". i Jury yesterday in -Catskill when CHURCH NOTES ^ i ·/;' ·''"· Hudson Avenue Methodist i 10 a.m."; Church School all but : pre-school" children. 11:15 and, a!m., Pre-school ship, sermon, "God j -.G-agarin. prompted--,.and as-!they found Harry Hoyt, of Purl- Trinity Episcopal Kev. Reginald M. Field 3 a.m. Holy Eucharist. 10 a.m. Church School. 10 a.m. Choral Eucharist. Sermon. ·JFirst Presbyterian precision drilling patterned aft-1 EiseL chairman of insta i la . er the U.S. Army. tion is Jeanne Bailey. The first group consisted o f j A joint installation with the seventh grade girls who illus-| L t - Pcn ^ Williams Post mem- ; K p ^ will be hold "Wccincsdsv i April 26. at -8 p.m. at the lals of marching. The second j Veterans Hall. group, composed of high school! The Altar-Rosary Society of'girls, demonstrated precision |-- ---St. Patrick's Church met recent-1 drilling patterned after the j Poestenklll Every One," Sacrament' .of Baptism, reception of new members.' St. Mark's Episcopal Rev. Jerrald C. Potts. 9:30 service. -vocrr : ^e/-;credjtqrs...i.ncludeV,S,-J)a--}a S a t the press conference i ing, innocent I Ne'e'ds .ttsr^r ··: T j.a^;"Mar£ v ,vJjb ; ;.-loaned V$}i40_0; t^..f;.Aleksander Nesmeyanov, he assaulted Troy-River-Realties,: Inc., : S712; The Record- Newspapers, S249, :and Union National Bank, secured fay notes for S2.450. president of the Soviet Academy of Scientists, said his descent from orbit took 30. min- Hev. Benjamin H. Ashton t , . . . 9:45 a.m. Church School. 11 j ly with Mrs. Frank A. Kreiger.; *f m ed forces. ^ The third group, j Mt% WaUer Bubie a.m. Worship Service. Nursery.' president, in charge. Ulso composed of high school j 3:30 p.m. Senior -- Junior Hi Fellowship at Waterford. First Baptist Kev. Frank L. Scidmore Committee chairmen were ap-! S irls - displayed excellence in a.m.. Holy Eucharist, sermon. Church School. First Presbyterian Rev. Benjamin H. Ashton. 9:45 a.m.. Service. 10:45 a.m., Church School. St. Joseph's Rev. Joseph I. Hermessy. i Masses at 7, 9, 10:30 a.m., and lap East Greenbush Students honored at tapping !m utes. Mesmeyanov required of a a charge 'that state trooper and broke his leg almost two years ago. Grant Davis, the trooper, said he was knocked to the ground news-land stomped upon in a fight that men at the conference to sub-! broke out during May, 1959, mit questions in writing, saying j after he attempted to issue i i that oral questioning of Gagar-speeding ticket to the driver of would make an "orderly"'an automobile in which the de- pointed by Mrs. Kreiger: i Mrs. Charles Taylor, altar; ! Mrs. A. Emmett Masterson, rc- -_ ,, . ... . . ,, jmembrance: Mrs. Joseph Biehl. ,. , _ 10a.m. Morning Uorship Ser-j h Ualilv for thc M meet .|nastic feats on the sidehorse vice. Sermon: "This is Elijah/'!,n(T . A . rrc ' Henry VoSe] _ First -^ *-1 -memento, and performing intricate steps and fancy marching. Excellence also was prevalent in tumbling on mats and "vm- an ! Walter J. Forebellar spent}at 12 Noon. i last weekend in East Orange,] -- 'N.J., visiting his sister-in-law,'New Books Listed Mrs. Lester Forebellar. i n ,-. , ,. Rev. and Mrs. Charles L. Sorg! -fiI JrUDllC of Fanwood. N.J. spent a fe\V'J n Petersburg ceremonies held at the Colum-i conference impossible. Newsjfendent was riding, bia^ High School. East Green-1 photographers were not per-j It was the third attempt to bush, yesterday as members o f j m i t t e d to take pictures while j convict Hoyt after one mistrial the National Honor Society are: j the conference was in progress, j and a deadlocked jury. The Grade 11. Afno Spatola. William j Nesmeyanov said Gagarin's' legality of the trooper's at- F. Cavanaudi. 11:15 a.m. Church School. First Avenue Methodist 'Kev. John McMath Mitchell ! Plans are being made for the 10 a.m. Morning Worship. I l l annual Corporate Communion I Mrs. Thomas i publicity. attraction of the! d a - v s with the latter ' s parents, evening'came when four syra-! Mr - and Mrs ' Merril ! French. Halsey. Hollis Haven, Karen I Babbitt,' Judith Hockford, Richard Caldwell, Judith Piniazek, Judith Cravvmer, Adine Katzen, space ship "made a safe landing"--a statement which ap- tempt to arrest Hoyt on a disorderly conduct charge after William Cassedy. Grade 12. John j to. earth by parachute. Bird, Marion Hart. Fitzpatrick. Marjorie peared to conflict with previous | the ticket dispute was challeng- descriptions of Gagarin floating ed by the defense. The jury deliberated two hours and 15 Patricia) The academy president, who j minutes before finding the de- Green, i greeted Gagarin with a hug ji'endent innocent of a second Universi-y gy-m-nasts, under | the eye of Coach Paul Romeo. 1 ciet y r e a l i - Marie Weaver, assistant [ Georgia Visco.nti. ,JDyke HenderJ.and a kiss when he appeared on- j degree, .assault charge. ian of the Petersburg Pu«b-! son, John Daniels; Joyce Wag- stage, awarded him the Tsiblo-ijT"! w .. ;-Ladies Aid So-! librarian of the Petersburg Pufo , d aoDrox*imatelvi ^ c Library today announced j ner and Marjorie Van Allen. kovsky gold medal. ·? r * " I i. . . i t * * * 11 i i * i T l l » TM ^ r t T ^ . « * - C J - , ^ * ^ f TM i , , J r t . ^ , i - ^ r - . -- rr-.T * _. _ _ T _ I _ _ _ . _ - a.m. Sunday School. Third Avenue Methodist Rev. L. D. Keeler 9:45 a.m. Church School. 11 a.m. Worship. Sermon: "Why Sorrow?"' Nursery and children hour. 7 p.m. Song and gospel sen-ice. First Wesleyan Methodist Rev. Reginald Hewitt and breakfast to be held Sun- the difficult phases of tumbling, stand at the recent Fitting auc-; profit on their refresment books which will be on display One of the Church with breakfast following at The Crossro Latham. Miss Antoinette Delduce and Mrs. Daniel Keating are coochairmen for the a f - j a t was eastern in- champion in that tion. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford H. Cat- all of next week in observance | of Library Week. Among them Guide to Fishing by The selection of students f o r ) This medal, membership' to the National Honor Society is based on scholarship (average of 85 per cent and higher), leadership, service isport. Mr. Romeo'was a coach lin accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. i v %? Evanoff, for the adult Restaurant. I J the Pan . American gam £ a * Eugene AP Teal attended the In-| .J^ 1 ^^^^^^^ Sch ° 01 and charactcr ' : 59 and was a jud^e "'" "--u~^«^f;««^i A,,fA,-.-,ni-,;i« cvimv ^ f l u - ^-uui-i.t nuibinut., rumpers, neer Russian named for pio- space theorist Konstantin Tsiolkovsky, is presented by the academy to persons who do outstanding work in the field of space travel. West ai /- T T ; emy. The group also performed Mrs. James J. Connors. pro-| 0 n the sidehorse. and parallel jram chairman for the April j bars. i meeting, presented Robert H a n - j Dancing events followed. The In the i ternational Automobile Show a t j ! the Coliseum in New York Point Military A-rad- Helen L Van deKerck GENERAL INSURANCE : , 301 19th St., Watervliet Phone AR 3-2226 "Your Independent Ins. Agent" 10 a.m. Church School. 11, ne ll who addressed the group on , T ,,. - - ,,.,, · - -· - - - { w e r e attired in formal Mornmg^ \Vorsmp. 6_:dO i "The Real and the Unreal." | gowns in performing colorful Refreshments were served j ballroom dancing. The Charles- a.m. p.m. 7:30 p.m. Evangelistic Service. Young Peoples Service. :. 5 '- _ T TT n , T, l a r d Fisher; the Pie Wagon by- Miss Susan J. Hull spent her: r - , , - _ R l ] A ,. T , ,,. . * . /, CARMEN GOODY Lillian Budd; The First Book of i 1 _ A i C n u e Methodist Church will p_ m .Jliold a food sale at the Central Jermain Memorial Presbyterian tin Cole and Mrs. Samuel Gam- Rev. Richard W Evans j bino 9:45 a.m. S u n d a v Church' ~~ School in all departments. n| SCHEDULE FOOD SALE a.m. Morning Worship. Ser-! The WSCS of the First Av- mon, "Abel and Cain" continuing dialogue. 3 Junior-Hi and Senior-Hi Youth j Market Saturday. April 22. Mrs. Fellowship leave from Church i Raymond Clapper will be chair- to attend UPY Conference at| r a a n for the event First Presbvierian C h u r c h. j __ Waterford. 4 p.m. Junior Fellowship. 7:30 p.m. Alpha-Omega Society. St. Basil's Rev, Basil G. Horsky S:30 a.m. Matins. 9 a.m. Sunday School. 10 a.m., Divine Liturgy. North Reformed Rev. Robert E. Spencer 7 a.m. Men's Communion Service. 10 a.m. Morning Worship. Park, Mrs. Claude Haines cntcr- , , , , . , . f , , ^ T i - - - jtained t h e Round T o p H o m e under the dirertionof Mrs. Mar-1 ton ^was performed by seventh | Demonstration Unit at her home Tuesday. Mrs. Clayton Rcichard, Jirls performed chairman presided. Easter vacation from Emma \Vil-1 the CM1 w NavaJ Actions j | lard School with her sister, Mrs | Trevor D The Last Horsfi j f Robert St. Germain of Averill; by stan s , teiner; The First Book ; | Your Wafervli«t Chrysler, I PlymouJh Dsaler 'jj Now Are Distributors for E-Z-Do Pools | SSIilSEiS rade girls. E i h t h grade of Wild Flowers by Betty Ca- f f vanna; To Ra:e Again by Anne ! | M. Green; Three Wishes for j f Sarah by Mary Malone and j | Mennonite · Martha by Margar- j jj e-t Pitcairn Strachan, will be on I I hn ° f i.-i i. · , , - , °H "M w , h . lle , h1 ^ Dr. and Mrs. Charles W. Bal- ! display in the juvenile groua. ., . . . . - displayed i i ar d returned Monday from New their talents in doing the mod-i Y ork City where they spent the ern cha cha. weekend and attended the alum- » . i \ v t t i \ t i i u a i i u ei(.ic.iiuv.u tut. a * u j i i A program of modern dancing j ni d i n n c r of the Col]cge of Phar . followed and concluding the he fathers dan- jrection of Walter Nash, girls' | physical education instructor. I who At the Post Office by Lillian Colonius; At the Zoo by Lillian Colonius; About the "Biggest Salmon by Will Hayes; Atoms for Junior by Les Landin; About Missiles and Men by Edward Radlavers; About Caves by Ter"The Search Is On" is the ser- ry Shannon; About Ready to macy. C o l u m b i a University. Dr. Ballard presented certifi- r^ 1 ^ or Tomorrow a gift along with the Girls Athletic Assn.. who. assisted in making the program ! rcnv at U possible. I mon theme selected by Rev. i James A. Harrison, pastor of the Wear Clothes by Terry Shannon; Iroquois by Irene Estep | FRIDAY, APRIL 14th--SATURDAY, APRIL 15th--SUNDAY, APRIL 16th | 9 A. M. to 9 P, M. 9 A.M. to 9 P. M. 1 P. M. to 9 P. M. j Demonstrations by the Powers Models from John Roberts School of Albany. I , " REFRESHMENTS WILL. BE SERVED Lutheran Church and I Like Animals by Dahlov Swim, in yoof own boatyard... New kuge (uxunous 12x24' for the worship service tomor- on the shelf I igt. E. P. Ryhanych Sermon: ''Will the Earth be| Destroyed by Fire?"' l l : l o j a.m. Sunday School. 5 p.m.! ·Junior Christian Endeavor. j St. Patrick's Rt. Rev. Msgr. J. M. O'Connor! 0 ' Masses at 7. 8. 9, 10 and H ! Comnetina a.m and 12 noon. j wu "lpeung ^ st. Nicholas | Rifle Matches Rev. Bohdan Volosin I Army S. 1C. Edward P. Ry- Masses at 8, 9:45 and 11:30' hanych, whose wife, Margare't 3 _ m _ f I l f r t C -It 1 1 O.S O**J * - . ^ T T T , At the supper meeting of the I Tne Li 2ht in the Piazza by Loyal Friends Class held at the Elizabeth Spencer and A Walk into Murder by Peter Helm are on the regular adult shelf; INSURANCE OF ALL KINDS In accordance w i t h our desire always to cive "Service B;y»nd the Contract." you are cordiaily i n v i t ed to ha^e ur, sec that you have pntuer in^uranre t» value in line w i t h rurr«?nl hlsrh ^Rluc^. No Obligation--nifrrly » friendly »ervice on Our fart. WM. J. PAGAN SONS, INC. 15 First St. AS 2-3471 INSURANCE REAL ESTATE Rt St. Brigid's Rev. Msgr. J P Hanrahan I lives at 2135 3rd Ave., Water- is competing in the U.S. A rmy Pacific, marksmanship Masses at 6:45. 8, 9/10 and'll' m a t c h e s at Schofield Barracks, ' Hawaii. The matches are scheduled to end Tuesday. Sergeant Ryhanych is a mem a.m. and 12 noun. Church of the Immaculate Conception Rev. Boleslaus M. Watroba 9 a.m., Low Mass. 11 a.m. High Mass. Our Lady of Ml. Carmel Rev. Alphonse Parziale Masses at 8, 9, 10 and 11 q.ra Sacred Heart of Mary Rev. George T. Qumlivan Masses at 8, 10, 11 and Church of Christ, Disciples Monday, Dr. and. Mrs. Thomas Miller showed colored slides of their trip taken in 1960 through England, Scotland, France and Switzerland. Mr. Miller also showed a film strip of the World Convention of the Churches of Christ, Disciples held in Edinburgh, Scotland in August I960, and which they attended as delegates. Rev. Thomas Miller, acting j pastor of the Church of Christ, her of thc rifle team represent-! Disciplcs ., has sclected " Never MALLEY ing the Ryukyu Island Comi m a n d . Ryhanych is regularly ! assigned as a supply sergeant in the Ninth Corps' Headquarters Company on Okinawa. Winners of these matches will compete in the a l l - A r m y matches at Ft. Benning, Ga., in May and June. Ryhanych entered the Armv the Less'' for the sermon theme for the 11 a.m. worship service. Church School classes will convene at 10 a.m. The Eastern District S p r i n g Rally of the Churches of Christ, Disciples will be held at the church with registration at 4 p.m. There will be separate meetings for women, men and youths in the after- in 1952. was last stationed a t ! n o o n - A t 6 p.m. a covered dish Ft. Dix, N.J.. and arrived on | supper will be served. The eve- Okinawa on this tour of duty i nin S service at 7 p.m. will be in in April 1957. He is a 1945J cnar gc of Walter J. Forebellar, graduate of Christian Brothers president of thc D i s t r i c t . A Academy. Albany, and is t h c ! nursery will be provided. of Peter Ryhanych, Ave. 1634 Personal INJURED IN' FALL William Pearson, 85. of 154 Liberty St.. was reported in "fair 1 condition I. o d a y at i Samaritan Hospital where x he is j Mrs. Fred Pickelt of 200 15th j being treated for i n j u r i e s siis-' St. has been called to Bridge-! lainorl in a fall yesterday on! port, Conn., upon learning o f f Liberty street, He'was removed j the death of her brother-in-law,! to the hospital by A m b u l a n c e j Walter Mallory. j Service Corp. ' ' WHAT EVERY WOMAN KNOWS -- that no womon't shoe In thii town or o'her town comperes witK SWIMMING POOL $995 COMPLETELY INSTALLED WITH FILTERING SYSTEM $1495 Completely Insta.-ad Such a perfect fitting! Such unheard-of comfort! And perfect for active hourj, leisure houri . . . and all hours! 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