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8 GAZETTE PHONE 4-4141 SCHENECTADY GAZETTE, TUESDAY; JANUARY 15, 1946 GAZETTE PHONE 4-4141 —V
Postpone Steel Strike for 4 Week
Interior Dept. geant, You'll discover this double-duty nose
Western Union Service Normal Has Published US* Senator in
drops is mighty handy to have around
wbenyoucatchn head cold because lt~
Qulckly Relieves ™xm, *$&?*
Througftout I L 1 / L Aieut Textbook Verbal Clash •!*•"." » > - • " \>_. stuffy distress
Of bead colds. Makes Breathing easier.
BATANGAS, Philippines, Jan. H 7/0'*' • • • ••' .'!';• i; i"« developing if used
at the first warning.sniffle or sneeze.
^^aSHi^Gfo1C~Jemruarp)— C3P1—•Angry worda between a This Double-Duty Nose Drops should
Ali Americans with a dollar and B United States senator and an army save you much misery. Works flnel
" " " l o n g Island, Jersey City repressed desire to talk to Aleu- mugcftnt^hishlighted^ ~jt—fwo-rreuT ^=^JPOMe^MUgeotteus-io jpadmge;
Hoboken and Boyonne, N. J t
tian islanders may cease fretting-A
ior^treparfmeHt haa pub-
hearing today by a senate subcom-
mittee Investigating charges that
Jvrf 0 few dFropt
vp*oth nostril VKKSVATRONOL
lished an Aleut textbook. army surplus disposal troops were
The Tome, titled "The Aleut
Telegrams between ad points in the U.S.A. Language," is the result of the burning usable clothing to get rid
combined efforts of three scholars of it. -, ' =n
aire moving at normal speed except telegrams covering nearly 325 years. It in- The verbal clash was between
cludes the grammar of Aleut, and Senator Tunnell (D-Dela) and Sgt. PERMUTIT SOFTENER
to and from New York City and Long Island, vocabularies from both Aleut trans* Emll Mazey, 20574 Buffalo street.
lated into English and vice versa. Detroit, who protested that the SYSTEMS ARE NO,
and Jersey City, Hoboken and Bayonne, N. J. subcommittee had not allowed him
In addition, it contains two Aleut
songs and comments on Aleutian time enough to assemble witnesses
to prove his contention that valu-
tyXURY finjojr new luxury tuad 3»bor-
utving from the Hon»«
The strike In New York City was called by the A.C.A. (CIO) literature. The songs are numer- Cnta soap and eleanser bills 59% Water Conditioner—
ous, the literature scant. able government property; * was Saves 85?* or tS» amount joa »p«na
which violated \h agreement to accept wage award of the Those who undertake to learn
Shown leaving the White House steel strike conference, In which being burned. each year for ntw washat
—sheets, pillow crises, toweh. 1
CIO .President Philip Murray (left), a t the request of President The - recriminations v. became so tablecloths, twdercJothes, shirts,
Nations? War Labor Board. Aleut from the book are In for a Truman, agreed to postpone the scheduled nation-wide steel strike and other fabric*—all th» things yon wash at nome.
bad' time unless they are good a t warm that Tunnell, who•.had ob-
for one week, are John W. Snyder (center), reconversion director, jected to Mazey's speaking directly Cuts annual maintenance cost ana cost of repairs lo pJnmb-
grunting and snorting. Rules for and Benjamin Falrless, president * of t h e U.S. Steel Corp. ing, beating plant, and water healers 50%, •
WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH CO. pronunciation include such Instruc-. , (International Soundphoto) to his own witnesses, finally turned
toward a group of officers and Bare* 83 1-3% on tea an» coffee. (lesser amount required).
tions as the following: WUJ effect fuel sartngs,. Wben noU and. pan* are trte of
L—"Its sound has been described asked: scale, things of course heat quicker and boll iaster, ana
"Colonel, don't you have any con- save a substantial amount of fuel In,- healing, >wat«,
as aspirated between the tongue
and the air. Difficult to describe, Will Resume trol over this m a n ? " often as ranch as 50%, and also will reduce fuel used
In home ho\ water/beating plant, Write-or .pnone,
the aspirate results In a softening
and drawling oT the L sound." Any-
one care to try?
STAMPS Atom Hearings
. The colonel stepped ' toward
Mazey, who in civil life was chair*
man of United Auto Workers' ARSENAL CITY OIL HEAT, INC.
M is "snorted" through the nose.
G is -pronounced "gutterally sound-
ing midway between G and X."
In the News
AP Nevvsfeatures Next -Week.
Local No. 212, and said.:
"Sergeant, I have requested you
to remain silent." '
KM BBOADWAI, W A T S K V U S T , N.•'*;.
PHONE 1126. WATERVLIET
The worst is. yet to come. Here's The committee heard eight wit- Revbrie Charges
what the language looks like when WASHINGTON, J a n . 14 UP).— nesses produced on short notice by
put together into words and sen- One of the first 1946 anniversa- Senator McMahon (D-Conn) pro- Mazey, but seven of them testified
tences: ries to be marked with a post- posed today that President Truman they had no personal knowledge
"Sitxugisxaquing" means "I am age stamp is the bicentennial of consult with a special committee of wanton destruction of "army
at fault." "Stacungsinaxtagallknq- the birth of Johann Heinrich Pes- before he makes -any final decision property. One, S g t James E« Webb,
ing" means "I do with all energy, talozzi, Swiss educator who was on international policy regarding 6313 Chamberlain avenue, Chicago,
not sparing myself." It is easy to j born Jan.' 12, 1746. Pestalozzi's na- atomic energy. testified that last October he saw
see the derivation of this word. It tive country has issued a 10-cen- McMahon told a reporter that the blankets in usable condition burned
takes "all energy" to even pro- tlmes dark violet stamp bearing committee, which he heads, will re- "by the truckload" and that salvage
nounce It! his head in profile to m a r k the an- sume hearings next Monday in an officers had refused to permit his That---... .
"Tunuqalinaq slsaq isluxtaxtagall- niversary. effort to speed recommendations men to take some blankets for
kugan." T h a t means: "He began Pestalozzi - began his experi- on domestic control legislation. CUMMINGS MOTORS. INC.
DRAG OUT to speak, althought it was when he ments in education —theories But he made it plain that the
was 100 years old." (Is it any won- about 1775 when he started a 11-member group wants to make'its also took a package of crackers
"Last Saturday," he added, "I - . *i . .-•'•'• '/••-.
YOUR PAINT der?) school for des- fp ideas known to Mr. Truman before from some boxes of 10-in-l rations
Will buy your car for the highest lawful price
The first man to reduce the titute children. they were burning. Five other
this nation is committed to any That - - - you get new car purchase preference
POTS; DON A Aleut tongue to writing was a Rus- After five years
sian priest, Ivan Veniaminov who of teaching, he
course that involves sharing the se- sergeants and I ate them that night
crets of atomic energy production a n d ' w e are still in good Bhape.
That - - • we sell all cars locally
served In Alaska for many years retired for - a They weren't spoiled." '
GAY SMOCK and learned the language. He trans- number of years
"I think the President will want Earlier In the hearing Lt. Samuel that - —we have served'the new car buying pub-
lated it into Russian which did not of study and to sit down and-talk with us about J. Butcher, Atlantic City, NJ., base
help Americans any when they took writing. In 1798 it," MoMahon said. "I think it is salvage officer, testified t h a t ' d u r - lic for a number of years
over the Aleutians. he resumed his perfectly all right for him to name ing the week ending Jan. S he had
The next scholar to take up the teaching. His in- a n .advisory committee to make ordered burned only 526 items of That - - - we maintain a first class repair depart-
task was the late Richard H. fluence on edu- recommendations on international clothing out of 14,273 items ex-
Georghegan who translated the cation was widespread and some policy, but he is going to have to amined. He said the condemned ment and guarantee all repair work ON ALL
Russian's works into English and of his theories are still in use. He come back to congress to put any clothing had become so mildewed
amassed great amounts of original died in 1827 and 100 years later decision into effect." * it was useless. MAKES OF CARS
material himself. These he com- Switzerland marked the centen- An advisory group headed by Un- 'Several officers testified that That - * - WILLIAM CLOUSE, our service man-
piled into book form, but he died in ary of his death with four "pro- dersecretary of State Acheson wa3 clothing destroyed had come from
1943 before finishing his task. Miss Juventute" stamps, including two named recently, but Mr. Truman Pacific islands where it had t e e n
, , . and have fun making your home a Fredericka I. Martin, of New York, bearing his picture. said at a subsequent news confer- exposed for months, and stressed
ager has served the Schenectady automobile
smiling place. Beautiful glowing snades
finished the editing job. that bundled wool garments de-
Switzerland's 1945 "Pro Juven- ence t h a t this action did not fore- teriorate in six weeks in the owners for nearly 30 years
tute" stamps picture Ludwig For- close the senate group from making tropics.
tnaf give you confidence just to look at Home Bureau Holds rer, president of Switzerland in recommendations on foreign, as
1906, on the five-plus-five value and well a s domestic, controls. • Today's hearing grew out • of
charges made by Mazey during the
Bag Making Lesson Mrs. Susan Orelli, noted Swiss The McMahon committee has held
YOUR NEJW CAR DEALER WILL BE HERE
feminist, on the 10-plus-lO-cen- five weeks of hearings, and has vis- subcommittee's session at Manila.
v them. . . . Cool, frosted pastels that SCHONOWE—The first class 3n times denomination. Flowers are ited a t - l e a s t one manufacturing "hundreds" of men at Batangas
The sergeant- told the committee
the Home Bureau bag making pro- portrayed on the other two values, center. The senator said he believed base "R" would sign affidavits
WHEN YOU NEED H I M ! •.-•» '-
$&#)ji0$$< the illusion of .new-space to your ject was held Tuesday evening at the Alpine hedge rose on a red- it has become about as familiar supporting his allegations if they
the home of Mrs. George Bigwood yellow and rose 20-plus-10 stamp with the atomic energy problem as were assured protection against
on Scherraerhorn road. Miss Clarice and the Spring Saffron on the blue- any group of non-scientists could. court martial. —PLAY SAFE--
Cookingham, county demonstration lilac-gray 30-plus-10 stamp. The In the international field; he said
agent, was leader. extra revenue from the stamps Is he felt the group has two objec- Senator Tunnell and his commit- New Cars May Not Be Available for a Time
The second lesson will be held used for child welfare work by the tives: First, to recommend to the tee colleague, Senator Knowland,
on Jan. 29, a t 7 p.m. at the chapel "Pro Juventute" organization. senate how much of the secret shall (R-Calif) then arranged to fly to
of the Cobblestone church. Mem- be shared with other nations and Batangas and took Mazey along. Let Our Better Trained Mechanics Keep Your
bers have been asked to bring part- „ Belgium used. the coats-of-arms under what conditions and, second,
ly finished bags and all sewing of nine provinces as designs for to seek to co-operate with the Presi- CUPID MAY USE? CEMETERY Car in Shape *
equipment. nine seml-posi^i stamps' issued to dent on forming policy. *. Young couples who use the town We Guarantee All Repairs on All Makes of Cars
A business meeting was held after raise money for anti-tuberculosis He expressed hope t h a t group cemetery for their rendezvous
^ ^ H ^ i n p Wallpaper Stores the project and Mrs. Edward Bahm work. Eight stamps were issued can agree soon on domestic legisla- have the officials of , Whithorn,
presided. She will lead a class on December 1 and jtbe ninth and tion although he conceded that England, slightly perturbed. Rev.
515,STATE ST.— 1006 CRAN6 ST, the care of floors and other wood highest value, which was sojd by congress is not likely to act finally Harry Law, the town's bailie, said
in February. The date will be an- subscription, appeared December on controls at home until it knows he had been aware for some time
CUMMINGS MOTORS, Inc.
nounced at the February business 15. definitely what sort of international that young couples were going into
225 MOHAWK AVENUE—SCOTIA meeting which will take place Feb. Values,' colors, and provinces controls are to be set up. the cemetery a t night. If they 1040 STATE S t
5, a t 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs. honored are": 10-plus-15 centimes, Appointment of a commission by wanted to be alone and liked be- CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH SALES & SERVICE
H Market 5*., Amsterdam 23 S. Main St., Gloversvllle A. O. Dodge on Schermerhorn black green, West Flanders; 20- the United Nations organization to ing" there, he had no objection, he
road. said. PHONE 4-2647
plus-20-c, claret rose, Luxembourg; study this question is expected, but
Attending the bag-making class 60-plus-25-c dark chocolate, E a s t its recommendations may be de-
were Mrs. William «3. Smith, Mrs. Flanders; 70-plus-30-c, dark green. layed for some months.
Mary Hillhurst, Mrs. Alfred Hart- Namur; 75-plus,50-c, orange brown, Meantime, the chairman said
ingstall, Mrs. Henry Snider, Mrs. Limberg; one franc-plus-1-fr., daik hearings m a y be resumed next
Raymond Falrchild, Mrs. Leslie red, Antwerp; 3.50-plus-1.50-fr,J)lack week. Beardsley Ruml, New. York Optometrist
Jensen, Mrs. George Bigwood, Mrs. "blae» Liege, and 5-plus-45-fr, violet flnancfer and an early advocate of Eye Examinations 9:SO to 6:30 and Last Minute Advertising Appear
J o h n Kwiatkoske, Mrs. A. O. Dodge, rose, Brabant. A souvenir sheet t h e pay-as-you-go.tax plan, may be Evenings by Appointment in Your MORNING GAZETTE "
Mrs. Mary Carey, Mrs. Jean Fits-. contained all nine values also has the first witness. m State St. Phono Z-2000 •*»••••»••»•• *#•**•*«*•%•• »«»**'>4»4*******•**ar**«**4»i»»»4«*
Patrick, Mrs. William Gerding and been prepared.
Mrs. Edward Bahm.
The Schbnowe PTA met at the Student Congress
Czechoslovakia's two stamps Is-
sued in connection with the World Truman Urges
school Tuesday evening with Mrs. held . a t Prague
Lawrence Shaw presiding. It was November 17 of
voted to hold a Valentine party on last year feature
Big Slash in B
Feb. 14 at the school. Attending the
were Mrs. Albert Getz, Mrs. Donald shoulders of
Wilson, Mrs. Alfred Hartingstall, young girl. As i l - |
al Govt Spending iMfl W^r « H sW MKMT J S f flHP Ma BBr SHTIJttf I S l Ann MtB IKrL ffSB HBJwfiy JB& KKK fitF
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute announces Mrs. William Smith, Mrs. Fred lustrated hfere.ji WASHINGTON, Jan. 14 UP>—Presi-
the beginning of a new term of its Evening Di- Simone, Mrs. William Thiel, Mrs. the design a l s o | dent Truman greeted congress at
vision on Marcir I, 1946.
Adam Siler, Mrs. Theodore La includes an owl;,
VaUee, Mrs. Guy Carlone, Mrs sitting atop a
its reopening today with a pro-
posal to slash nearly $6,000,000,000 5-YEAR FACTORY
Nathaniel Townsend, Mrs. Roy globe at the left. Superimposed on from proiected government spend- GUARANTEE TOYOtM
Smith, Mrs. Simon Schermerhorn. the globe are the dates "17X1" ing in the current fiscal year.
Courses offered may be taken individually Mrs. George Wilcox, Mrs. Fred and, with a broken chain between As he whipped into shape a
Rohme, Miss Mary Lighthall, Mrs. them, "1939" and "1945." Values "state of the union" message to be
by qualified persons who wish to pursue some Marion Youmans and Mrs. John and colors are 1.50-plus-1.50-koruna sent to Capitol Hill Thursday, the
rose and 2.50-pIug-2,50-k blue.
independent field of study or may be co- Kwiatkoske. » » *
chief executive recommended re-
peal of contract authorizations for
ordinated into programs leading to appropriate At the service held Sunday morn- Tentative plans for the Inter- the maritime commission amount-
national Stamp Exhibition to be ing to 1420,079,000 and the return
Cobblestone church, the
baccalaureate and graduate degrees in the ing at the men were installed into held in New York city in 1947 to to the treasury of $346,890 from
following three corporations now being Jlqul^
following fields: their newly elected posts: Nathaniel celebrate the 100th anniversary of dated which were part of*the office
Townsend and Clarence Van Val- the first United States postage
of Inter-American affairs.
kenburg were Installed as deacons, stamp include a limitation of 2,000
Aeronautical Engineering Electrical Engineering and James Hotaling and William frames for exhibition to allow A White House statement said
Architecture Marlette as elders for the next two room for government and other t h e actual reduction In the authori-
Management Engineering years. The church also voted to feature exhibits. Under the tenta- ty to obligate was $5,021,887,483 be-
BicJogy Mechanical Engineering enter upon the unified budget sys- tive plan, exhibits would be clas- cause $1,149,620,000 of • the appro-
-Cftemicaf Engineering Metallurgical Engineering tem for finances. sified in these sections; U.S.A. and priations, while not needed this
fiscal year, will have to be reap-
Chemistry Physics The monthly fellowship supper, Possessions; British Empire; Eu- propriated later to liquidate con-
Civil Engineering sponsored by the consistory of the rope" (except British Empire);
t r a c t authority still on the books.
church, will be held Tuesday eve- Central and South America; other The suggested economies, the
ning a t 6:30 p.m., in the chapel, countries; airmails; and general
collections. White House asserted, are In addi-
under the direction of Raymond
In addition to technical subjects, courses are of- * *. * tion to net rescissions aggregating
fered in non-Technical subjects in the fields of English,
Falrchild He will be assisted by $50,345,409,169 approved by congress •I
Mr, and Mrs. Luther Close. Mrs. James Waldo Fawcelt, , stamp near the close or the last session.
History and Economics. i Henry Snider, Mrs. John Kwiat- editor of the Washington Star, sug-
koske, Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel gests the 1916 United States stamp The last rescission bill ($51.8 bil-
i Townsend, Misa Ruth Smith, Rev. program should include stamps' to lion less duplication between cash
Deltz, and Karol and Fnlr- signing of the and contract authority of $1.5 bil-
REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSION — Graduation chlld. An entertainment Mrs. follow commemorate theBritain establish- lion) was vetoed by the President
will treaty with Great
from an accredited high school or preparatory school, the covered dish supper. ing boundaries west of the Rocky because of a legislative rider. The
or its substantial equivalent. mountains June 15, 1846; annexa- White House said, however, that
tion of California July 6, 1946; es- Its objectives were accomplished by
Ballslon Spa tablishment of the Smithsonian In- a Presidential directive to the bud-
TUITION FEES—$10.00 per credit hour, plus matricula- BALLSTON SPA—The WCTU stitution August 10, 1946; admis- volved in reserve.
get bureau placing the amount in- SOFA and CHAIR $
tion andtofooraforyfees. will meet at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday at sion or Towa to the union De- The biggest cuts proposed were
the L'Amoreaux home on Milton cember 2S, 1S46, and the 100th an- $1,420,576,472 for the war depart- REMADE LIKE NEW
avenue. The topic will be the Lil- niversary of the war with Mexico, ment and $2,826,880,536 for the
lian Stevens legislative fund. There which started April 23, 1846.
WAR VETCRANS—Veterans are eligible for govern- will be Hpecinl music. -•Stamp notes: Russia has Issued navy.
AS LOW AS
ment educational aid m connection with the work of Saratoga Springs Home Bureau three stamps to mark its. Artillery
The Kiro government will award
th* Evening Division. will meet for an all day meeting day. . . . Finland honored her irreat a gold medal for acts of bravery Let u» restore the.beiuty end comfort of your old! living
Wednesday al the home of Mrs. musician, J a n Sibelius on his SOth in*efforts to save human life which room suite) It can be o^one, regardless of how oldU* it
William Wilson, 27 Mechanic birthday December D by Issuing a involve serious personal risk.
street. five marks stamp bearing his or how badly worn It may be. Our. expert craftsmen do
TIME AND PLACE—Two or more evenings each week Executive committee of Ballston portrait. a thorough job, which Includes completely repairing and
fbf *1xf##ii weeb. 0at*es begin at Rensselaer Poly-
./bdw'ie InifHuta on March 4, 1946.
Spa chapter, American Red Cross,
will meet a t ft p.m. Tuesday,
_„. — _»..— a
Eire has annuonced thAl. its 1941
GEORGE A. SCOTT.
FKKCG FIGHTS T8KTSK FLY
How To Relieve rebuilding your suite,^ at well at rC'Uphoktering if in yowr
choice of attractive new fabrics!
CAQV T t D l i C
C A M ICHHia
In the endless battle against the PAY AS LITTLE AS
•:APPUCAT*ONS---Should be filed as early as possible hoof-and-mouth disease epidemic tsetse fly, an 80-mile fence ha*
cost the country $2,415,000. Price Includes AH Materials cmd Labor. Your Suite
and not btar than February 15< 1946. For additional been built around Maun, capital of l l Picked Up end Delivered f« Your Door
i$ mformaPion, application forms, and descriptive bulle-
Ngamilsnd, in Africa. The work Cfeotnulsi&n rmtve*i promttUir be-
was completed In five months, cause it *>M rtefat to the « a | ofjto*
tin 0r for conization, address •PANTS* being done while the big. game trouble \* h$p toosm wwl expel
herds had moved up the Okovonga germ laden phlegm,raw, tender• to- esudmtAiMie
For Work or Dressl to soothe *nd heal
delta for water during the dry flamed bronchleJ. miicolji aetdj-
CHAIRMAN OF E*1M
P l l U i W ^ RENSSELAER POLYTECHNIC IN-
Size* 2K to 54 ,
d* to Select PYom!
season, thus reducing to a mini- branes. Tell you* «ltugglettoee» fW
mum the necessity for shooting a bottle otnoreomtdslpn with the un- Am*
1 * t ^ NEW YORK, OR TELEPHONE TROY LOUIS them Indiscriminately. New chem-
icals now are- being tried to check tjulckfr *u*yVtht) coufoat yoa ere
magans, the disease transmuted to have your money "-•
to-Call With S*mpl««
3 & * • . " < - * PANTS STORE to livestock by thetsetse fly. One imtmL" iminiiw • W W —
Opus • to 1 Dalli was used on $$ cattle, all of which
114 ft'tray Opp. Smith Rt.| recovered. Sronchitii ." mmmm
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Thomas M. Tryniski
309 South 4th Street
Fulton New York