The Troy Record from Troy, New York on June 11, 1953 · Page 31
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THE TROY RECORD, THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 11, 1953 31 Bronx Man Finds Penguin On Doorstep ;Ntw : /York (UP)--A wayward penguin cooled off in the penguin pool at the Bronx yesterday, unmindful of the distress it caused an expectant father who found it on : his doorstep. Joseph Marano, a beer salesman. ·found the visitor from the frigid ·zone squatting by his front ,door when he returned to hi* home in the; Bronx Sunday night. Penguins are a rare sight, especially on .doorsteps in the Bronx. ;"I figured it was a. penguin because I'd seen them before on tele- floor REACH FOR THE Pine-Sol P u t ' l i t t l e i n T $ water. Cleans cleaner, faster, disinfects, de-f cidorires--leaves ^ clean, fresh fragrance of whis- p e r i n g pines. Non-acid., ; : TKi OUGINAL ANB i l R G f S T SELLING riNE-Oll PRODUCT vision," Martno stid. He took it inside. Mrs. Marano, who is expecting a visit from the stork, was not sympathetic. "Get that, thing out of here," she commanded. Marano persuaded her they should let -the penguin spend the night although he. too, questioned whether .its presence was a good influence .considering his wife's condition. The penguin was consigned to the cellar. The penguin was not happy, Marano said, and spent most of the night protesting in syllables only penguins can pronounce. First thing the . next morning Marano drove it to the zoo. Experts at the zoo .identified the bird as a Humboldt penguin, a type native to the southwest coast of South America. A quick census at the penguin pond showed none of the zoo's 19 penguins was missing. "This is a real mystery," a zoo official said. "It must be somebody's .pet but not. many -people keep penguins as pets." ' Zoo officials : said if no one claims the -penguin it will be allowed to. join the zoo's resident colony. Duke 32 Yesterday London (INS)--Prince Philip, Duke of. Edinburgh/ marked his 32nd birthday, yesterday by spending as'much time as possible with fiis wife, Queen Elizabeth, and their two children. Prince Charles and Princess Anne. · DR. L. W. HOUSTON Dr. Houston Receives Because "of the vast spaces across which winds blow, the Pacific Ocean usually is considered rougher in comparable latitudes than the Atlantic. CAIN'S MAYONNAISE BW NBU MIH'S TOMYt be the only pebble on the beach WEAR Her* is a swim suit that fits .you perfectly because it gfyes and ;takes. Comes w i t h halter, straps. In turquoise, navy, black, jungle green. Sizes 32 to'38'. 85 FOURTH ST , TROY OPEN THURSDAY AND FRIDAY NITES Complete Air* Conditioning June is PYREX W A R E Pickin' Time! Pick PYREX Ovenware for welcome gifts, less kitchen work! PYRf X UfifilyJ0i*h for baking '» and serving. Washes cteaafyiicfcr ty~~means fewer dishes to doi ^frf^Tfr* rti $.,e" ~. PYftEX Flovor- lias high fluted edges jukes ffi your pfe. PYREX Oven Rooslwr--Big -caoagh. to talrc's 5-Sb.'chicken/ v Roasts quickly, browns evenly. Use a$ two Separate baking" s, aoo, 3-qtjart size, $1.3* *YR£X IW Pan for hot breads; quickly browns foods .hot; JQ keeps Dr. Livingston Waddell Houston, president of Rensselaer Poly- t e c h n i c Institute," received his sixth honorary degree from leading American . colleges and universities at the 98th annual commencement exercises of the Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn last night. This latest recognition of Dr. Houston's leadership as an educator since assuming Rensselaer's presidency in 1944 is the honorary degree of Doctor of Eengineering. It will be conferred by Dr. H. S. Rogers, president of the Polytechnic Institute in Brooklyn, following Dr. Houston's presentation^ for the degree by Preston H. Bassett, president of the Sperry Gyroscope Co. Dr. Bassett is chairman of the Polytechnic Corporation. The second of two honorary degrees given annually by Brooklyn Polytechnic will be conferred on Charles E. Potts of the class- or 1892. This honor from his alma mater marks Mr. Potts' continuous association with the Institute for 68 years. He entered as a student in 1885 and served as chairman of its governing body for thirty years from 1922 to 1952. The commencement address last n i g h t was delivered by Col. Willard Chevalier, of the McGraw- Hill Publishing Co. and degrees will be received by 650. Two Officers Named By Troy Teachers i Miss Margaret Barrett, principal of School 18, was elected vice president of the Troy. Teachers Association during a -recent meeting of the organization at School $. f;Miss Barrett and Miss"v Agnes Keefe, School 18 teacher who was elected treasurer, will serve,lor the coming year. Miss Ruth Tyner of School 12 is president of the association. Members who attended the meeting were given a report of a recent statewide conference at Albany by two delegates, Miss Elsie Kelley of School 2 and Miss Loretta McGrath of School L . . Portuguese Get New General Hospital Lisbon (UP)--Lisbon's new 1,500- bed general hospital will soon open its doors to the public after ten years of preparation. · ' The $17,000,000 .hospital, begun in. the shortage-ridden days of 1943, was planned by a German architect, Herman Distel, who died in 1945. It is the biggest building in Portugal, and fills a pressing ne'ed for hospital space, bringing .the total of hospital Tjeds in Portugal to 25,000. When'in full operation later this year the state-built hospital, which includes medical school facilities, j will .have a .staff of 1,000. Mayor Observes 92nd Birthday West Long Branch, N.JV(INS) --Mayor James R. Mount of West Long Branch was 92 years old yesterday. , He rqse from grocery delivery boy who served Ulysses S. Grant when the President lived in'near- by Long Beach to No. 1 citizen of West Long Branch. A Republican, who served as a municipal official for forty years, the Mayor is being flooded with telegrams from, local, state and national levels. Woman Dies After Accident Dr. Charles'H, Cole "of Cambridge, Washington County coroner, gave i decision of accidental death due to a fractured skull in the case of Lillian Hastings, 53, of Main Street, Greenwich, who died about 1 p.m. Tuesday at Mary McClellan Hospital, Cambridge, as the result of a two-car accident about 6:3P p.m. Monday in Route 67 at the Buskirk four corners. The woman was the driver of one of the machines involved in the accident, State Police reported. The driver of the other car, Peter 'McMurray, 49, . of Eagle Bridge, suffered possible broken ribs and a laceration of the nose but was not hospitalized. State Police said that McMurray" was driving east in Route 67 and that the other car was going south on a macadam road and making a left turn into Route 67. Trooper Earl Hanchett of the Cambridge station of Troop G investigated the accident. Mrs., Hastings, the former Lil- Easy way to prepare creamed spinach: Cook, drain well and chop, 'then reheat with a little heavy cream and seasonings to taste. V jJ5 fcf They'll All Gape At Your Shop* li When You Drink Whelan'i Grope l \ II · WHELAN'S GINGER ALE For Semcc . . . Call AS 4-5181 ' vt« f«r »vt» cooW«V- Itching Stopped with medicated lanolin Lanolin in R«inol Ointment io«* the work of mining akin oils. Special fkin m«di*inet soothe while Nature heals. For folks over SO, there is nothing Hk« oil-rich Sesinol Ointment for hitin* relief from itchinsr of dry *kin, ectomn, J«ir itch, pimple*, enappinf, eh*ftnic. At »H drueriit*. N«w RIIINOL MIAIIUIS-ikln ular^, taifll«i, fr*o**lcti--cento!ni lh« iam* femsvi f#rmuli, Hiifi'r'imflH ·» ir m»dicat»i. --A(3v, litn S. Metcalf, was the widow oi Ralph L. Hastings and was a Gold Star mother. Her son, Howard J. Hastings, was killed in North Africa during World War II. She was born in Stillwater, the daughter o£ the late Alexander Metcalf and the late Susan Williams Metcalf, Mrs. Hastings was a resident of Greenwich the greater part of her life and wa's an active/member of St. Paul's Episcopal Church of Greenwich. She was a member of the Greenwich V.F:W. Auxiliary and the American Legion Liberty Post Auxiliary. ; Survivors include five sisters, Miss Alma Metcalf and Mrs. Joseph Kristof of Troy, Mrs. Edgar Luther and Mrs. Chester Coons of Mechanicville, and Mrs. Kenneth Coons of Schaghticoke; two.broth- ers, Albert and Alexander. Metcalf of Hoosick Falls; also a granddaughter, Miss Hollie Hastings of Greenwich, and several nieces, nephews and cousins. The funeral will be held tomorrow at 10 a.m. from St. Paul's Episcopal Qhurch, Greenwich, where a requiem high mass will be celebrated by the rector. Rev. Arthur W. Abraham. Interment will be in Greenwich'Cemetery- A prayer service will be conducted today at 8- p.m. at the Garrett Fu- neral Home, Main Street, .Greenwich. Trojan Post, V.F.W., Endorses Schlamiak Trojan Post, V.F.W. Tuesday endorsed Max Schlamiak for the post of acting director of-the Veterans Welfare Bureau. The job has been temporarily vacated by. John J. Dougherty,' who accepted appointment as county Civil Defense' director, for one year. Previously Mr. Schlamiak, who has been an employee of the bureau since' its formation* in 1932, was endorsed for the position by FRIGIDAIRE REFRIGERATORS Washers Electric Ranges Thor inr osners Magic Chef and Gas Heat Ranges Television: Zenith, Motorola COLLINS MAGILL REFRIGERATION ·CRVIOB Av«. River St. AS 6-7011 OPKX EVERY EVE-NTNO the Lt. P. F. English* Garrison, Army and Navy Union. la other actions* the post named as delegates to the department; encampment at Lake Placid June 24 to'27 Martin G. Mahar, Frank J. Mealy, Thomas L. McGovern, John Poland, William Bailey, Fred Kilmer, Harold Walsh, Martin Burke, Walter Sanderson and J t » t § Daniels/ , · ; · ; ' , '.'· ; ;/ ; .;-' . : : ;'; : -.·';;''. \ Post delegates will- attend the Hudson Mohawk Counties Council at Rensselaer "Sunday afternoon. Graham Gibson, commander, presided. : · · · ' , - · · . ' · · · · ' " · "· · ' · ' . ; · / · When Venus is closest td the earth it is 2 million miles away. It's ENERGY FADE OUT Poor Deggy... He Afads RIVAL DOG FOOD Look at Fido... a victim of "Energy Fadeout!" Starts the day full of life, thea does a "fadeout." It's so unnecessary, because Rival prf tents "Energy Fadeout." gives dogs day-long pep and. vitality! Rival is a quality product with 21 years of experience behind it; 850 million cans sold to date, and more millions-added each week! Rival knows what your dog needs, and gives it to him: several varieties of body-building meat, scientifically balanced with sun-ripened grains, naturally rich- in vitamins, minerals, proteins! Chlorophyllin added to prevent odors. Letters from dog owners prove that Rival makes a remarkable change: listless dogs.become romping pets; "sleepy-heads" wak* up to new energy! Rival does more for a dog. and does it at lower costl Many change to Rival Dog Food, but few ever change again! $·· Rival /ob*/f for Ontida-Rogtrs $r/v«rwar« offtr Be W i s e E c o n o m i z e At The GONOMIGA Corner Ferry and Third Sts. Free Delivery Man. -Tues. - Wed.. 25c Thurs, -Fri,-Sal, TROY'S LEADING ECONOMY FOOD MARKET TELEPHONE: Meat Dept. AS 2-4420 Grocery Dept. AS 4-0514 TENDER JUICY--RIB CLUB STEAKS CUT FROM BRANDED ARMOUR'S BANNER STEER BEEF WORTH 99c WELL TRIMMED FRESH LOINS PORK RIBBED PIECES 4-5 IB. AVG. BOSTON BUTTS Ib. 59c BONELESS BRISKET LEAN MEATY TENDER 59 CORNED BEEF PLATE LEAN MEATY Worth 29c Lb. LB. 10 LEAN FRESH HAMS 12 TO 14LB. AVG. CANNED HAMS LB. 89e SAUSAGE" 010 " Style Ib. Pan Style Lb. 1C Link Style Ib. 1 ARMOUR'S STAR Tender Style Smoked HAMS SHORT SHANKS - 12-14 LB. AVG. RIGHT OUT OF THE SMOKE HOUSE CHOPPED HAM BURG ^ 39c SLICED BACON WILSON'S CORN KING 691 Pure Lard Ib. 141 Sharp Cheese lb.69c BROIL - ROAST FRY - NEARBY SMOKED GALAS 6-8 LB. AVG. Bacon Sqrs, Ib. 39c TENDER, JUICY SHOULDER STEAKS CUT FROM ARMOUR'S BRANDED STEER BEEF GENUINE SPRING Fresh Hm--12 Lbs. TURKEYS b 49c CHICKENS CAPONITTIS ROASTING TENDER L8. 49 Fresh Dresitdl DUCKS 5-6 Lb. Avf. 39 LEGS OF VEAL MILK FED 49: Wilson's Country Roll BUTTER U 67c TENDER · MEATY FOWLS 4 LB. AVG. MILK FED--MEATY KLEENEX FACIAL TISSUE KOUNTY KIST BRAND PEAS or CORN LG. e CANS ^ ARMOUR'S CAMPBELL'S PORK and BEflNS 1 Lb - $ i f A kIC *f · BEECH-NUT CALIFORNIA PRUNE JUICE m. $ 1 BENNETT'S MAYONNAISE HIGH IN QUALITY LOW IN PRICE PT. BOTTLE F R E E ! 43c T U B E PEPSODENT CHLOROPHYL TOOTH PASTE WITH EACH BOX OF GIANT SURF DEL MONTE SLICED BEETS 303 « i A'BC ·*·* · 4 W H BOXES I TUNA FISH WHITE MEAT - SOLID PACK c CAN LIMIT 4 CANS KRISPY CRACKERS WESSON OIL SilOFRI ON WISSON OT.iomi

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