The Times Record from Troy, New York on February 14, 1974 · Page 32
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Troy, New York
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Thursday, February 14, 1974
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32 -- The Times Record Thursday, February 14, 1974 Mrs, Goodermote. 79; Native Of Taborton WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. -- Mrs, C a r r i e Louis e Small Goodermote, 79, of 55 Main St., Williamslown, a resident of \Villiamstown for the past W years, died Tuesday night at her residence after a short illness. M r s . Goodermole w a s born in Taborlon, daughter of the lale Adam anil Elizabeth Small. She attended schools in Taborton and had been married to Elmer A. Gooder- mole, who died in 1061. During World War II she worked for Sprague Electric Co. in North Adams, Mass. Following f l i n t she worked for General Cable Co. in Williamstown until her retirement in 1966. · Mrs. Goodermote was a longtime member of St. CARD OF THANKS r.ERMAHO The f a m i l y of tr.o !al? Laurcnia G e r m a n o uisri lo tltflnk friends, relatives ai:d all tlicse for the many kin- dncsscs shown us tiurln? cur ree-ml tcreavcraent. We would especially like lo HiaiiX all of o» u!:o renirm- rjererl us \viUi tlie sympathy card*, and Mass cards u c ue:c unable to ackr.o'.vlediio due lo lack of yi'jr complete names and addresses. Ou: sincere truiufcs lo nil. THE GERMANO FAMILY SO.SUAO The family of the laic Jolin V. Rommo of Coiioes, woulri iifce to thank '.heir relatives, friends and r.cigliliors for their Help and kind expressions of sympathy d u r i n g our re cer.t bereavement. Special thanks to tlie Dufresne Funeral Home, Inc clersyir.e:i. doctors, nurses, and an other staff members of Veteran's Administration Hospital, E i R ]] I ll F2oor, B Wing for sincere concern vid care given to our beloved. O'jr slnccrcst thanks lo all. MRS. JOHN SOMMO AN'O I.ONNIE John's Episcopal Church, Williamslown. Surviving are one daugli- lev, Mrs. William Carllon o£ Williamslown; a son, Ellon L. Goodevmolc of PiUsficlil, Mass., two grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be conducted at 2:30 p.m. Friday from St. John's Kpis- copal Church in Williams- lawn, interment will he in South Lawn Cemetery, Wil- liamslown. UPI Employe At 47 WASHINGTON 1 (IIPI) J. F. "Jack" Southworth, 47, a teletype technician for United Press International in Washington, died Wednesday night at liis Fort Washington, Md., borne. IN MEMORIAM C I O F F I In lr,vlri? momorv ot mr mother Louise Cio.ffi.. \v ll .° In loving memo husband, Altcrt J ar.d erandn-.othvj m....-^ ^.^.... ...-passed a-.vav 14 years a=ro. leli. H, i?so. ,. . Years slvj bv. t B-jl l o v e and rerncmbrr.-iiice, SO.V FRANK LOTOTO and FAMILY CIOFFI In loving m e m o r y of o'.ir mother and grandmother. LuUia CioIEi. who passed a u a v F e b r u a r y 14. 1950. Gone but never forgotten. DAUGHTER PHYLLIS PALAXGI and FAMILY CROSS la Jovlng memory of my nusband, Zdwaid K. Cross, who passed away 2J years ago. Feu, U, 1S19. Dear Ned, you are not forgotten, Though on earth you are no mo:e Still in memory you are with rue, As you always \\cre before. J1AR10N McMAHON In loviiu memory of my An^el son Danny McMahoa uho went lo ]leaven five \ea;s ago today February 1J, 1960. A'o morning dawns j\o' night rctunu That I don't think of OJ Tjio^c left behind are v e r y dear Hut none replaces you. Since you're gore my Dar.ny My lite Is not the sarr.e My \s-orld is black and bare I miss you every place I look But you're r,ol there I often think when My life is dor.o "Wherever Heaven may Ijc That you wlU be standing At tire door up there To Welcome roe. I kwa you my Dar.ny And miss you iad^v. ·MOM 5 K A W I M S K I mory of my beloved J. Skawir.skl. who passed away, 7 years ago, February 14, 1967. Not a single day goes "by Tliat I don't think of ou The way you smiled, The ivay you laug.'.cd The things you used to do, I w i s h t h a t I could touch your face Enjoy your laugh or,ce more I wish that w e co'.ild be together Just like we ^'erc before. Until u" meet again i I'll often shed a t e a r I And wishing you were here. LOVING WIFE ALICE S K A W I N S X I In loving memory of o"jr father »nd g r a n d f a t h e r , A l b e r t J. Ska- ivinski, xvho passed aivay 7 years ago, February H, 15£7. 7 years ago we had to part, With the one u c lo\ed with 3il our hear:, He won't come back, we know tt's true. But someday dad we'll come to you. Forgive ns dad if uc jtiil u e e p , For a w o n d e r f u l father \Vc wanted to keep. SON F.DW.MU), DAUOHTF.H.IN. i..\\v IKENE, CR,\.VDSONS E D W A f l l ) and .MATTHEW S K A W I N S K I In loving memory of my f a t h e r , A. her! J. S k a u i n s k i , viho passed away 7 years ago, February 14, 1Q67. A .smile, a t e a r , a thought", Hoiv o f t e n J uis-i that you where! here. Deep in ray heart a memory is kept, Of the greatest f a t h e r ['il n e i e r forget. Eternal rest grant unto him 0 Lord, And let the perpetual light shine upon him. ! _ LOVlNf! SOV Al.nniTl DIED . i BIKNRAUM - Helen Slinbert; of 4G4 Eighth Avenue, at the' Samaritan Hospital, February 13, 1974; wife of the lale Harry A. Birnhanni. Survived hy several nieces and nephews. Funeral private at (he Mason Funeral Home, ICOIh Street and Third Avenue, Friday morning. Interment Oaksvood Cemetery. Friends may call Thursday evening 1 to 9 o'clock. 1? desired in lieu of flowers. contributions may be made DIED GLAZ -- Suddenly February 11, 1074, Walter Glaz 6fj Couse Corners, Kast Green-! bush, husband of Mary Hy-j jek Glaz, father of Paula Glaz of East Greenbush, and Is'ew Hyde Park, L.I., Mrs. Albert (Sophia) Marlino, of East Greenbush, William R. Glaz of East Greenbush, and Mrs. Edward (Lillian) Itevbnry, of Schodack, N.Y., brother of Andrew Gin?, of Montreal, Can., Mrs. Sophie Bienial of Montreal, Can., Mrs. Matthew Szkolnicki, of Buffalo, N.Y., Frances, Mary Catherine, and Agnes, all of Poland. Also survived bv six Mrs. Martin; Native Of Stilhvater Mrs, Rose M. Marlin of 319 3rd Avc., Troy, died Wednesday al Ellis Hospi- fal, Scheneclady, following 21 short illness. She was born in Stillwa- (cr, (laughter of the late Waller and Kalherine Flynn Leddick and was educated in Troy schools. She had resided in Troy for 40 years, and was a communicant of St. Augustine's Church. She is survived by her husband, John J. Martin; t h r e e sons, John W., Thomas P. and Norman F. Martin, all of Troy, Uvp sisters, Mrs. Henry Rarritcau of Waterford and Mrs. Cellia Handsbury, of Troy; a brother, George Leddick of Connecticut and three grandchildren. The funeral will be held at 9:15 a.m. Saturday from the John J. Sanvidge Funeral Home and at 10 a.m. from S I . Augustine's Church where a Mass oi Christian Burial will be celebrated, Interment will be in Waterford Rural Cemetery. Mrs. Birnbamn; Was Native Of New Jersey Mrs. Helen Schubert Birn- banm, 83, of 461 eighth Ave., Troy, died Wednesday at Samaritan Hospital following a long illness. A native of Patterson, N.J., she had lived in Troy Obituaries Mrs. Horrocks: Formerly ' · Employed At Nirenberg's Mrs. Morris, Troy Detective Nabs Former RPI 9 BiWfl-rv' Aide, At 64 Z ** ur g lai Funeral from W.J. Lyons Funeral Home, 1700 Washington Avenue, Rensselaer, Friday morning al 10 a.m. and li o'clock at Holy Trinity Church, Troy, \.Y. ! baiim. She is survived by several nieces and nephews. Private funeral services will be held from the Mason Reiallves aiiel friends are\ F u n e r a l Home, Third invited and may call al thel. Avenue and 109lh Street Kri- ' day with Rev. Charles B. Mercer, pastor of the First funeral home Thursday after 4 p.m. GOODERMOTE - Mrs. Carrie Louise (Small) Goodermote, 79, of Williamslown, Mass., Tuesday, February. 12, 1074, formerly of Tabor-' ton, N.Y., and Berlin, iN'.Y. Funeral services will lie 2:30 p.m. Friday at St. John's Episcopal Church, WilHamstown. Calling hours at the Hopkins Funeral Home, 60-70 S p r i n g Street, Williamstown, Thursday 2 lo 4 and 7 to 5. | HORROCKS -- At Leonard Hospital February IS, 1374, Elizabeth Finney Jlorrocks, of 30 Third Street, Waterford, wife of the late Stanley Horrocks, mother of Mrs. Stanley Tokarz of'Water- ford, Mrs. George Warner of Troy, Stanley W. Horrocks, Jr. of \Valerford, John R. Horrocks of Elj Paso, Tex., Mrs. June \Vil-1 liams of Bradley, Fla., and Mrs. George Demetrps of: Waterford; sister of William Finney of England Also s u r v i v e d b y Iwenty-one grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Funeral from Ihe Quandt Funeral Home, 23 Broad Street, ffalerford, Saturday; morning al 9:30 a.m. and f r o m G r a c e Episcopal Church, Waterford, al 10 a.m. where a Solemn Requiem Eucharist will be celebrated. Interment Waterford Rural Cemetery. : Friends may call at the' funeral home, Friday from 4 lo 9 p.m. · HOWE -- Entered into rest F c b r n a r y 12, 1974, al McCarthy's K'ursing Home, Troy; Anna Hayford Howe, Dutch Village Apts., Menands; wife of the lale Wil- liai M, Howe: sister nf Mrs. M a r y Hayford Greene, 1 Dutch" Village Apts. and Mrs. Helen Hayford Loner-, g a n of Troy; aunl of; Thomas A. Lonergan and; Mrs. Paul A. Ross both of; Troy, William Alton ami, Mrs. Robert Gaffncy bolh of I V.'alertown, .\cw York. Funeral services from the Bowen Funeral Home, corner of Sixth St. and Fifth Baptist Church, officiating. Interment will be in Oakwood Cemelerv. WATERKOKD - Mrs. Stanley Horrocks, of 30 3rd SI., died Wednesday afternoon after a short illness. Born in England, the former Elizabeth Finney, she Mrs. McAleavy Of Waterfowl;* Al Age Of 94 WATERFORD - Mrs. Catherine McAleavy, 94, of 5 Clinton Ave., died Wednesday at Ihe Leonard Hospital following a lingering illness. T h e former Catherine McConville, she was born in Ireland and came to this country as a young girl. She resided in Colioes for many years and had been a resilient of Waterford for the last 30 years. She was a communicant of SI. Mary's Church. Wife of the late Joseph G. McAleavy, she is survived by a son, Arthur McAleavy and a daughter, Mrs. Albert Rreault, bolh of Waterford; five grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. The funeral will be held at 9 a.m. Saturday from tlie Finn Funeral Home, 102 Third St., and al 9:30 a.m. from SI. Mary's Church where a Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated. Interment will be in St. Agnes' Cemetery, Cohoes. Fraukie Spitz; Former Leading Lady To Jolsou BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (UPf) -- Krankie Spitz, former Ziegfeld Girl, leading lady to Al Jolson and wife of a late movie studio president, died Wednesday at the age of 72. lived most of her life in Waterford, She was a communicant of Grace Episcopal Church and was employed by Ihe former M. Nirenberg and Sons Inc. in Troy. She is survived by four daughters, Mrs, Stanley Tokarz and Mrs. George De- melros, bolh of Waterford; Mrs. George Warner', of Troy; and Mrs June Williams of Bradley, Fla.; two sons, Stanley W. Horrocks Jr., of Waterford and John H. Horrocks, of El Paso, Tex.; one brother, William F i n n e y of England; 21 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Funeral services will bs held at 9:30 a.m. Saturday from the Qiiandt Funeral Home, 23 Broad St., and at 10 a.m. from Grace Kpis- copal Church, where the Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated by Rev Edward Koronvall, rector of Christ and St. Barnabas Church, Troy. Mrs. Joseph Morris, G4, 410 Hitler Rd., Hiirrisburg, Pa., whose husband managed the Triangle Shoe Store in Troy for 31 years, died Tuesday night at Holy Spirit Hospital, Harrisburg, following a prolonged illness. Mrs. Morris, the former Agnes Schumacher, and formerly of 327 5th Ave., Lansingburgh, had been employed by Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and had been a communicant of St. Augustine's Church. She was educated in schools of Ilazleton, Pa. Surviving besides her husband are three sons, Eugene Morris of Elnora, Richard Morris of Miami, Fla., and .Joseph Morris Jr. of Poestenkill; two daughters, Mrs. Joseph Salazar of Miami, Fin., and Mrs. Allen Smith of Harrisbnrg; three sisters, Mrs. Mary Martini, Mrs. Alice Puhak and Mrs. Marie Senape, all of Hazlelon, Pa.; two brothers, John S c h u m a c h e r o f Spring Mount, Pa., and Wil- 1 i a in Frawley of Fort M y e r s , Fla., and nine grandchildren. t/ Two Troy men were arrested Tuesday and charged with burglary after one of them was recognized as a fugitive by Sgt. Robert O'Brien of the Troy Detective Bureau. Interment will be in terford Rural Cemetery. The funeral will be conducted Saturday morning from the Neill Funeral Home, Derry Street, Harris-. T -, T -t burg, and from St. Marga- Ml'S. Humphreys ret Mary's Church, Harrisburg. Interment will be in Resurrection Cemetery, Harrisburg. Ave.. Watevvlicl, Friday morning nl 11 o'clock. Friends are invited and may call Thursday after- lo the First Baptist Clwirei\| K n,Mi.;n - At St. Clare's Memorial Fund, or t l i e j H o s p i t a 1 , Scheneclady, DIED MARTIN -- A t Ellis Hospital, February IS, 1974, Rose M. Leddick Martin, wife of John J. Martin, mother of J o h n W. Marlin, Troy, Thomas P. Marlin, Troy, Norman F. Marlin, Troy; sister of Mrs. Henry Bar- rileau, Walerford, Mrs. Ce! Ha Handsbiiry, Troy, and G e o r g e Leddick, Connecticut. Also survived by three grandchildren. Funeral from the John J. Sanvlrige Funeral Home, I n c . , 115th Street and! Fourth Avenue, Saturday | morning al 9:15. Thence loj S t . Augustine's Church, where at 10 o'clock the Liturgy of Christian Death; and Burial will be offered. | Friends may call Friday afternoon 2 to 5 and Friday evening from 7 lo 9 p.m. In- lerment Waterford Rural Cemetery. MAYO -- At the residence 094 Fourth Avenue, February 12, 1974, Louis -N". Mayo, beloved husband of Jennie Fa-: gan Mayo, devoted father of · Mrs. Frank (Clara) Geraci, M r s . Robert (Theresa) Learned, East Greenbush, Mrs. William (Marie) Perries, Walervlict, William J. Mayo, Orlando I r la., Master Sergcnt Louis N. Mayo Jr., Little Rock Ark., and the lale Mrs. Paul (Fredericka) Parkins. Also survived by sixleen grandchildren, and two greal-grandchildren. Funeral from Ihe John J.j Sanvidge Funeral Home, j H5th Street, and Fourth Avenue, Friday morning at 9:15. Thence to St. Augustine's Church, where at 10 o'clock Ihe Cpncelebralod Liturgy of Christian Death and Burial will be offered. Friends may call Thursday afternoon and Thursday e v e n i n g . Interment SI. Agnes' Cemetery Mcnands. In lieu of flowers, kindly make donations lo (he Rens s e I a c r County Cancer Sociely. Mrs, Spitz began her career at 14 in Ihe chorus of George M. Cohan's "45 Minnies From Broadway," and later starred in Broadway musicals. She was Jolson's leading lady in "Big Boy." She retired in 1942 when she married Leo Spitz, former presidcnl of Universal- Iniernational Studios, who died in 195G. Of Tennessee; Former Trojan GREKNVILLK, Tenn. -M r s. Priscilla Clermont Humphreys, 87, native and former resident of Troy, died Tuesday at Laughlin Hospital. W i d o w of Percy W. Humphreys, she had resided in 'JYoy until seven months ago when she moved to Greenville to reside with her daughter, Mrs, James D. Campbell She is survived by a son, Lt. Col Leonard A. Humphreys of California; four grandchildren and four- great-grandchildren. The funeral will be held at 10:30 a.m. Saturday from the Doughty-Slovens Funeral Chapel, Greenville. Daii Golenpaul; Created Famed Radio Show American Cancer Society. CASSIDY - At Ilighgate Manor Nursing Home, Fcbr-| liary 12, 1974, William ,1.| Cassidy, 2Cf) N'orth Third' Avenue, Mechanicville; husband of Mary Hickcy Cns- sid.y; son of Ihe late Thomas and Mary Murphy Cassidy;' also survived by several \ nieces and nephews. I Funeral 8:30 a.m. Friday from the T. L. Cassidy Funeral Home, 126 North Second Avenue, and 9 a.m. from St. Paul tho Apostle Church, fnlerment in SI. Paul the AposMe Cemetery. Friends may call on Wednesday 7 lo 9 p.m. and Thursday 2 lo 4 and 7 lo 9 p.m. February I I , 1974. Francis J. (Pctel; husband of Joh a n n a Visschor Kilmer of 1123 River Rd., iNorlhTroy; brother of Mrs. Stephen (Mary) Sicfco and Mrs, Margaret Ciiii'.ik, both of West Crescent and Mrs. Henry (Agnes) Fields of Long Island; also survived by several nieces and nephews. Funeral Friday at 9:30 a.7ti. from (lie Gordon C. Emcrick Funeral Home, Rt. 9, Clifton Park, and at 10 a . m . from St. Mary's Church. Crescent, where a Mass ol the Resurrection will be celebrated. Relatives and friends may call at Ihe funeral home Thursday, 7-9 p.m. McALEAVY -- Al Leonard Hospital, Fell. 13, 197-1, Catherine (Renal McConville, formerly of 5 Clinton Ave., Walerford, wife of the lale Joseph G. McAleavy; m o t h e r o f C h a r I e s McAleavy and Mrs. Albert (Ann) Breault, bolh of Wa Icrford; mother also of the late John a n d A r t h u r ! McAleavy; 5 grandchildren and 5 great-grandchildren also survive Funeral from Hie Finn' Funeral Home, 102 Third St.. Walerford, Saturday morning at 9 o'clock and 9:30 St. Mary's Church where Ihe Liturgy of Christian Deatb and Burial will he celebrated. Interment St. Asnes Cemetery, Cohoes. Friends may call at tho funeral home Friday from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. In lieu of flowers offerings may be m a d e to the American Heart Association. DIED MEYER - At the Leonard Hospital, February 12, 1974, Goldie Snyder Wagar, wife of the late John Meyer; aunt of Mrs. Earl Holm of Sc'naghlicoke, Mrs. John B a r b e r of Latham and G e o r g e Haines of Forl Pierce, Fla. Funeral services will bo held at the Morris and Steb- li'rns Funeral Home, 312 lloosick St., Friday at 2 j dependently p.m. Interment will be in Elmwood Hill Cemetery. Friends may call Thursday from 7-9 p.m. RODNEY -- At the Samaritan Hospital, February 12, 1974, Kmily Easlerbrook Rooney of 12 Granclview Ave., dear wife of Ihe lale Harry J. Hooney; beloved mother of Mrs. Harry K. Rodman of Troy: fond sister of Charles Easterbrook of Connly Lcit- r i m , I r e 1 a n d ; devoted grandmother of Capt. Harry K. Jr., Bruce, Gerald and Blair Rodman; also survived by several nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held at the Morris and Stebbins Funeral Home, 312 Hoosick St., Friday at 10 a.m. Interment will be in Woodlawn Cemetery, Windsor, N.Y. Friends may call Thursday from 7-9 p.m. WANDZILAK -- February 13, 1974, Paraska Sulicii Wan- dzilalc, of 37 Vlict Street, Cohoes, wife of the late Gregory Wandzilak, mother of Mrs. Michael (Martha) Telesky Jr., of Speigletown and Michael Wandzilak of "Melrose, sister of Mrs.i Atiastasia Zegcstowska and Wasy! Sulieh, bolh of Russia and the late Mrs. Kscnia Macyowskic and Andrew Sulieh, also survived by 3 grandchildren, several nieces and nephews. Funeral from tlie Fitzgerald Funeral Home, 105 Vliet H 1 v d . , Cohoes, Saturday morning, 9 o'clock, Holy Requiem, St. Nicholas Russian Orlhodnx Church, 9:30. Interment St. Nicholas Cemetery, Boght Corners. Relatives and friends are invited and may call at (he f u n e r a l home, Thursday from 7 lo 9 and Friday 2 lo 9 p.m. Parasfas service will he conducted at the funeral home, Friday evening, at 7:30 p.m. In lieu of flowers, the family requests lhal donations he made to the Route property Fund. N E W YORK (UPI) - Dan Golenpaitl, creator of "Information Please," a famous radio quiz show in which the public asked questions of a panel of experts, died al his home Wednesday following a lengthy illness. He was 73. Golenpanl conceived the idea for the show, which ran on NBC from 1938 to 1952, g a i n i n g many imitators over the years, while in- producing, writing and directing a radio series he called "Raising Your Parents." "Information P i c a s e , " syndicated in 1950, made stars of many of the panelists, most of whom already were well known personalities. James Himney's Rites Conducted POESTKNKll.L - The funeral of James T. Bunney of Poestenkill was held (his morning from tlie DcGrnaf- Bryce Funeral Home, West Saiitl Lake, and from St. H e n r y ' s Church, Averill Park, where a Mass of _ .. Christian Burial was cele- N c w j brated by Rev. James Hartley of St. Anlhony's-on-the Hudson. B e a r e r s were Robert Budeshcim, John Novak Jr., James Novak, John and Daniel liunney and John Rcilly. Interment was in St. Henry's Cemetery where Fa'.ber Duffy officiated. IKS Official Will Address Accountants Leo Roehe, 85; Was Cartoonist For Newspaper BUFFALO (AP) -- Funeral services were scheduled for Friday for Leo J. Roche, a political cartoonisl for the Buffalo Courier-Express for 31 years. Roche died Tuesday in the Niagara Lutheran Home. He was 85. Roche began tiis career in · 1916 as a cartoonist for Motor World in New York Cily. Between 191S and 1926, he was a contributing cartoonist lo the Saturday Evening Post and Collier's magazines. From 1926 to 1928, Roche worked for Universal Pictures Corp. art department and in 1928-30, he worked for Parents Magazine, lie joined the Courier-Express in 1934 and retired in 1965. Roche was survived by a son, two (laughters, five grandchildren and six- great-grandchildren. Burial will he in Ithaca, Roche's hometown, after memorial services here. Donald T. Hartley, Infernal Revenue District Director of the Albany District, will address the Albany Chapter of National Association of Accountants Tuesday al fi p.m. at the Crossroads Restaurant in Latham. Mr. Hartley is a career employe of Ihe IRS. He began his service in 1946 in New York Cily and rose through Ihe ranks. He has held his present position since Dec. 31, 1905. Kdmimd M Burke of Peal, Mavwick, Mitchell Co., SO Wolf Rd. Colonic, is in charge of reservations. Rites Held For Charles Haucnvas WATER VLIET -- The fun e r a I o f C h a r l e s K. Hauerwas Sr. of 2519 Third Ave. was held today from the Bowen Funeral Home with Rev. Joseph Favale, pastor of Christ Church, officiating. Bearers were Joseph La- F o r e , W a l l e r Piskulz, Theodore Mosall and William Murray. Interment was in Albany Rural Cemetery where Rev. Favale officiated. Earl W. Malo's Rites Held Wednesday MRCI1AXICVILLE -- The funeral of Earl W. Malo of 33 Leonard St., who died Saturday at Albany Veterans Administration Hospital, was held Wednesday from the Fargnoli Funeral Home, 4CO Park Ave. and the Church of the Assump- ' lion. The Mass of Resurrection was offered by the pastor, Itev. Alfred J. Monle, O.S.A., who also officiated at the grave in St. Paul's Cemetery. The bearers were John and Anthony Cafararo, Daniel Cimino, Carl Malo and Ernie and Neil Fountaine. The American Flag was folded at the cemetery by Thomas llutton and George Weber and presented lo Mrs. Malo. Banks Reject Spot For Housing liy PETER SLOCUM The- Troy Planning Commission was robbed of a chance to act on one of ils agenda items Wednesday night, apparently by some reluctant banks. Structural Enterprises, a local building and rehabilitation firm, withdrew a site plan application for seven I w o-bedroom apartment units, because, a company spokesman said, local banks don't like the area The project was planned for a Lansingburgh plot east of Kighlti Avenue opposite Corliss Park, a public housing project. Thomas Uccel- lini, a Structural Enterprises partner, could not identify the banks, but said at least five had turned down loan applications because of the proximity lo the public housing operated by Troy Housing Authority. The banks left the impression, he said, thai "it's public housing land." The Corliss Park area "has a reputation," Uccellini said, implying that it was a bad one. Uccellini said the banks did nol think Structural Enterprises could get tenants lo pay the approximately $175 monthly rent in that neighborhood. Structural Enterprises did have one item left on the skimpy agenda, a plan for four two-bedroom unils on I v c s Court, off Ninth Avenue, in another Lon- singbnrgh section. The company already had approval for more than a dozen other units on the site, and t!ie commission said "vcs" to Ihe four new unils. The commission said essentially nothing -- after a long dcialc and two separate votes -- lo an application for a special use permit that would allow a funeral home in a residential area. James G. Doran wants to establish the business al 9 South Lake Ave., a block from lloosick Streel. The commission could not muster a majority for cither a positive or negative motion and will forward the application lo the Zoning Board of Appeals with no recommendation The commission reclecled John Sarkis chairman and chose Francis J. Kramer vice chairman. Timothy Pratt, 22, who police said lives at various locations in Troy, and Robert M. Sommers, 18, of 2302 12th St., Troy, were ar- resled by Sgt. O'Brien and c h a r g e d with burglary Pratt was also charged with a r m e d robbery on a previous warrant. Sgt, O'Brien related the details of the arrests. A man reportedly gave Richard J. O'Connor, of 440 Marshal Court, Troy, a ride in his car from a local tavern and during the course of Iho ride held him up. Sgt. O'Brien was not able to determine how much mo- n e y w a s stolen from 0' Co n n o r, but added O'Connor was able to identify the man. Wednesday, Sgt, O'Brien was traveling north on Oakwood Avenue when he saw two men walking along the highway. He recognized Trait as a fugitive and apprehended him and Sommers. Upon further invesliga- t i o n , Del. O'Brien discovered two men had burglarized a home on Oakwood Avenue The pair reportedly left ;; truck they were driving in Oakwood Cemetery. The truck was impounded and turned over lo the Brunswick State Police. Pratt will be arraigned in Troy Police Court later today. He was remanded to Hensselacr County Jail. Sommers was turned over to the Brunswick State Police BCt lo await arraignment before a town justice there, lie was also remanded to Rensselaer County Jail. Officer John Stone assisted Sgt. O'Brien in making the arrests. Drought Hurls Winter Wheat Production WASHINGTON (AP) -- A midwinter drought in parts of the Great Plains is hurting prospects for 1974 winter wheat production, an Agriculture Department report showed. "Winter wheat on the m o i s t u r c-starvcd Texas high and low plains continued lo deleriorale and much of Ihe dry-land crop there appears beyond recovery." ;t weekly wealher bulletin said Library Seats 1,200 K A N S A S CITY, Mo. ( U P I ) -- T h e new $3 million general library at the University of Missouri-Kansas City can seat 1,20(1 persons. Mrs. C'.irncvaie's Funeral Today WATERFORD - The funeral of Mrs. Louis R. Car- ncvale Sr. was held today from Ihe Quandt Funeral Home and from SI. Mary's Church, where the Mass of Christian Burial was celebrated by the pastor Rev. John J. Vrana, O.'S A. Bearers were James Mer e ! a, Steven Costanlitu, Michael Carncvale, Richard anil Michael Maloney, and Thomas Van Sleet. Inler- incnl was in St. Mary's Cemetery. TODAY'S WEATHER--Cold weather today hit the Midwesl and Ohio Valley, while snow fell in the northern Plains, Upper Mississippi Valley, the great Lakes and Pacific Northwest. .Scattered freezing drizzle was the rule from southeast South Dakota and eastern Nebraska into north central Illinois. Temperatures early today ranged from 14 below at International Falls, Minn., to a pleasant 08 at Corpus Christi, Texas. (AP Wirephoto Map) Today's Weather Troy and Vicinily -- Diminishing winds and very cold tonight. Clear to partly cloudy with low near minus 10. Friday, increasing cloudiness and continued cold with, high in tlie teens. The sun sets at 6:25 p.m. today and rises al 7:52 a.m. Friday. 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