The Times Record from Troy, New York on September 3, 1952 · Page 19
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The Times Record from Troy, New York · Page 19

Troy, New York
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Wednesday, September 3, 1952
Page 19
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20 THE TIMES RECORD, TROY, N. Y., WEDNESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 3, 1952 AVIATION PIONEER DIES Ithaca (AP)--Col. Halsey Dunwoody, a pioneer in American aviation, died yesterday in Tompkins County Memorial Hospital. He was 71. HELD OVER THRU SAT. AIR. C O N D I T I O N E D -»» 7 Breslaw's To The Breslaw Furniture Co. has purchased from Albert Segal the corner building at 13-26 Hoosick Street, formerly occupied by Herman Katz, and will operate a new store there. The new Troy unit of the company will be known as Breslaw's Funiture Outlet and will specialize in factory closeouts, floor samples and some trade-ins. The company also has acquired the two-story brick warehouse at the rear of the property with an adjoining building for garage and shipping purposes. The new outlet, in a building which has been a furniture store 1 for 35 years, has floor space of nearly 20,000 square feet, a frontage of about 75 feet and spacious \X7il1 Will show windows. It becomes the Mice company's Hth unit. MlSS Breslaw's at present operates Graduated As NurS9 ten stores and three outlet stores. The new outlet will make the . Mlss K a y Ev ers, daughter of Mrs. fourth. Jay Breslaw is president Joseph F. Evcrs of 336 Fourth of the company, Sam Breslaw, vice Street and the late Mr. Evers, will president, and Martin J. Breslaw,' be graduated tonight from the St son of Jay Breslaw, secretary of Peter's Hospital School of Nursing. the firm. " The firm contemplates' She will join the staff of St. Pe- opening two more stores this year, ter's Hospital after graduation. Miss _. . . ------- - (Evers is a graduate of Catholic Stall applications for Santaj Central High School. Anita Park were distributed at far! --- - ---off Saratoga Springs, N. Y., in' Wolves annually kill about 24,1932, the year the California track 000 Canadian caribou, or some 3 was built. 1 per cent of the herd Beck's famous-for-fit pumps are now cushioned with TRANSPORTATION WAITING--Some of the fleet of busses which took registering R.P.I, freshmen to their conditioning camp at Lake George are shown above awaiting their riders. Some of the freshmen wait beside the vehicles. jErickson Gambling Trial Opens Monday ' HMO OLSON JAMES ARNESS HIT 5o6??!i£ |Rotary Asked To Help Cut Hackensack, N. -J. (AP)--New York gambler Frank Erickson will go on trial next Monday on charges of violating New Jersey gambling m ' m m , T\ i laws, Deputy Alt. Gen. Nelson F.i A f T l n P n T K a f p Stamler announced yesterday. !*Xl/UiUVUl *1UAU Erickson, who recently completed a prison term for gambling in New York, is accused of operat- ng a vast bookmaking ring in 3er-j day asked the Troy Kotary Club Sgt. Donald F. Lang of the New Liberty Council To Attend Dinner-Dance At Albany Hotel Liberty Council, Daughters o£ America, made final plans last night for attending a dinner-dance tonight in the Hotel Ten Eyck, Albany, and the annual state conven- York Stale Police, Troop G, yester-jtion that opens tomorrow morning gen County' across the Hudson EUver from New York Cily. John E. Toolan, Erickson's attorney, said Erickson will not seek a postponement of the trial before Superior Levden. Court Judge J. Wallace STARTS TODAY! MAUREEN O'HARA PAUL CHRISTIAN KINCENT PRICE Now At 1:59, 4:44, 7:29, 10:14 Plus At 12:37, 3:22, 6:07, 8:52 to join other organizations in taking an active part in automobile accident prevention. Sgt. Lang was guest speaker at The Hendrick Hudson luncheon. . The speaker cited the physical laws governing moving vehicles, "which prove," he said, "that automobile accidents are not usually accidents at all, but the result of carelessness or thoughtlessness on someone's part." "It is vitally important," he staled,, "that all drivers should know, for example, that it takes 270 feet for a car, traveling 60 miles per hour, to come to rest after brakes have been applied. This does not include the "distance traveled while the driver is making his decision PLUS "SOUTH SEA SINNER" Shelley Winter* MselVinaJd Carry - ·- Hclenft Carter DRIYE-IN TheaZte STARTS TON'ITE Barhnra Stnnw.vck "CLASH BY I'nti! Tlolizlai NIGHT" CO-FEATURE Karlry Granger "Shelley Winters ·BEHAVE YOtmSEI.F" STARTS TOXITE! IN TECHNICOLOR Oordnn MncCra* ··ABOUT FACE" CO-FEATURE Brian Ilnnlevy flnlrr. Trrvnr ··HOODI.C.M EMTIRE'- ^ Cripple Creek GEORGE "MONTGOMERY "LADY IK THE IRON MASK" "HARD FAST, AND BEAUTIFUL" STARTS "TOMORROW CORNEL WILDE ^ M A U R E E N O'HARA fr Swords Point coUrbyTECHNtCOLOR -- 2nd HIT PLAYING TONIGHT B R O D E R I C K C R A W F O R D "THE MOB" -- SECOND HIT -RAY MILLAND "RHUBARB" to slop,", he emphasized. As another example the Irooper explained that headlights which may provide 75,000 candlepower at their source, provide light of only 50 candle power one city block away. "This means," he said, "that a driver traveling 60 miles per hour will traverse that city block distance in about four sec onds--hardly time enough to stop even if the dim light ahead were to reveal a danger." I As a means of aiding or original ing programs : to help highwa safety the speaker-cited the Farm Grange which helped in securing pay increase for the Si*te Police "This made the force more attractive to many young men, increasing our staff and naturally aiding in the enforcement of highway regulations." In answer to a question, Sergeant Lang stated he was in favor of state-wide vehicle inspection, but only if each owner is permitted to bring his car to a garag-a of his choice. The sessions will end Friday night with a public installation program - Meeting last night in Spanish War Veterans Hall, the council re ceived appointments for the year from. Mrs. Betty Albert, councilor. Committee- chairmen, are Mrs. Lillian Alherl, social; Mrs. Thelma M. Killer, good of the order; Mrs. Estelle Craver. floral; Mrs. Craver, delinquents; Mrs. Dorothy Barton, resolutions, and Mrs. Hiller, captain of the' degree team. Mrs. Craver and Mrs. Barton were named flagbcarers. After tiie business meeting, the members had a surprise party at the Charles Restaurant in honor of Mrs. Melvina Hirchburg of Slingerlands, whose term as deputy state councilor ends today. oam- Unbelievably priced at only TO O R D K R BY MAIL CSE COUPON OR PHONE AShlfj- 2-5S61 Try Beck's Foam-Flex pumja for a new sensation! . ' You've seen this heavenly-soft walk-on-air feature for twice the monev! 3 heel heights · High Heel -- Closed toe: Navy blue or black snede; walnut or black .calf. Open toe: Black suede only. · Shapely ftfid-Hite He*I --CfomJ toe: Navy blue or black suede. Open, toe: Brown'or black · Baby LouU Heel --Cloted toe: Black suede only. · Sues and w : dihs: Closed toe-to 10: AAAA to C Open toe - to 10; AAA to C Pain Sit* Calor TO SAVE MONEY, send check or moner order I and we'll pay nil shipping charges! '. A. S. BECK, 324-26 River Sr./Trey, N. Y. \ Please send me -«__...; rs. Foam-Flex Pumps I [^S% I ) 1 .oeck fifth avenue shoes Cbettrj Money Older Q CO.D. (ill dwrja oU«l) fj 324-26 River Street (Open Fri." Eves.) Nearby Stores--Albony, Schenectody PAY A'LITTLE. GET A LOT . .IHAT;S YOUR PIUS AT BECK- FORMER FIRE CHIEF DIES Syracuse (AP) -- Edward W. Gieselman, 75, chief of the Syracuse tire department from 1930 until 1941 died in a hospital here yesterday. He was past president of the New York State Association of Fire Chiefs. RPI FIELD Prrscnts v****wv*vr HOUSES CONCERT SERIES 1952-53 SEASON OCT. 21--8:45 P.M. | D1MITRF MITROPOULOS S CONDUCTING CHILDREN fcARS FREEJ 2 NOV. 23--3:00 P.M. \ THE DANISH NATIONAL | ORCHESTRA 5 THOMAS JENSEN $ CONDUCTING NOW PLAYING "My Outlaw Brother" Mlrkrj- Roonr.v. U'anrti HrnrtrlT "Footlight Varieties" All Star Ca*l CARTOON Maiden Bridge Playhouse Maiden Bridge, N.Y. LAST PLAY OF THE SEASON GOOD HOUSEKEEPING Comedy by W i l l i a m McClccry Every Evening Thru Monday, September 8, at 8:45 Admission $1.80, Inc. Tax Telephone Nasiau 8-2021 Albany 3-4228 3 Mllr» North of Mrrhnnlrvlllr Tyrnnr Prm-cr - 1'ntrinn Nrnl In "DIPLOMATIC COURIER" A1.SO Van J»hn*on - 1'anl I«iiKlfK In "WHEN IN ROME" '*";;¥v|^Y\ Sp"J*"· S "vlY' ~ i I V ' 1 ' M TONIGHT - TOMORROW JAMES STKU \RT - J E A N HAf;r. \\T.\W.I.T. 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