The Altamont Enterprise — Thursday, July 23, 1987 HilltOWllS 21
Tonko Testifies At Pipeline Hearing HIGHLAND FARM
Assemblyman Paul Tonko testi-
fied today at the Public Service
bridge detour his constituents are
extremely sensitive to this issue.
Commission's public hearing on He urged the PSC to consider these
the proposed Iroquois pipeline. facts before approving any con-
The $400 million, 350-mile pipe- struction.
line will run from Canada through The line will create a 60-foot
Connecticut and into Long Island path, taking down trees and
The line will carry 400 million uprooting crops. Only orchards
cubic feet of Canadian natural gas and tree farm will have their
per day. The proposed route cuts growths replaced.
through Albany, Montgomery, "The Mohawk Valley region
Schenectady ami Schoharie depends greatly on the environ-
counties ment for its economy Both * * * * *
Tonko explained that the citizens tourism and farming are the major
of this area were not adequately industries in this region Any
made aware of the pipeline or its permanent damage to this area
proposed routes, and "they are would hav«; significant economic
finding it difficult to find answers consequence. While a 60-foot path
to these questions,'' he stressed may appear to be a subtle change
He explained that in light of recent to these companies, it will have a
developments with the Thruway direct and far-reaching impact on • All Combinations •
thousands of landowners for Enjoy Our Friendly
generations to come," Tonko
explained. Company in the
Passenger Hurt Tonko also explained that while Woodshed
In Cycle Crash the natural gas will displace some
25 million barrels of imported oil,
or Call Ahead for
The Albany County Sheriff's the gas itself is imported. He said, 872-0826
Department is currently investi- "the energy needs of our state
gating a motorcycle accident that should be met by energy sources Dinners Served 5-9 p m - Sunday 2-9 p m
Cloted Monday & Tuesday
sent a 25-year-old Schenectady from our state. Unfortunately, No Breakfasts Being Served
woman to the hospital. these needs cannot always be met.
Private Rooms Available
Deputies report that last Satur- When this happens, it is vital that Call 872-0826 or 861-6748 tor Reservations
day, July 18, at about 7:15 p.m., we find energy sources within the Rte. 156 - 3 miles up the Altamont Hill
Thomas Pietrowicz, 29, of Schenec- U.S. rather than a foreign nation.
tady was driving a motorcycle on With a billion-dollar deficit in this MR. AND MRS. MATTHEW RUBY
Route 156 in the Town of Knox, country, this is something we must
'when he lost control on a curve. consider." Ruby-Buckman iiiiiniiiiimiiiiniimiimiiiiiiiiimmn
The bike slid across the road into a
ditch, then burst into flames.
Pietrowicz escaped injury but
Local Pianist (Catherine H. Buckman, daugh-
ter of Lewis and Charlotte Buck- THE MAINTENANCE DEPT.
his passenger, Lonnie Blodgett, Returns To man of Westerlo, married Matthew
id like to thank all my friends and customers
was admitted to Ellis Hospital for Conor Ruby, son of Robert and
injuries sustained in the accident. Rensseiaerville Eunice Ruby of Houston, Texas, for making my first 6 months in business
At last report Blodgett was listed in Nineteen-year-old Matthew March 29 at South Westerlo
fair condition. Congregational Christian Church. such a smashing success
Herskowitz will take his place at
Pietrowicz was charged with the piano in the auditorium of The Rev. Robert DeYoung officiated.
leaving the scene of an accident, Rensseiaerville Institute for his Reception was at Schmollinger's
failure to keep right and unreason- annual summer appearance this Pleasantview Lodge in Freehold. Why not join the growing list of satisfied customers who have used our
able speed. The investigation is Sunday, July 26 at 4 p.m. Mr. Ruby is an ensign in the services to make needed repairs around the house And don't forget our expert
continuing. Part of the Lee Elmore Perfor- Navy, serving aboard the USS small engine and equipment shop Expert service, low pnces is our policy
mances series, the program is free McCloy out of Norfolk, Va. Mrs. Bnck and block laying, plumbing, yard care, painting (both spray and brush),
but tickets must be reserved in Ruby is financial aid counsellor at small carpenter |obs, small engine repair, welding
Gallupville advance. Call 797-3783. Commonwealth College in Norfolk.
The couple lives in Virginia Beach,
Young Herskowitz, a Rensse-
David and Melissa Slater held a iaerville resident, is a full scholar- Va. William Lichiiter
family picnic Sunday, July 12, at ship student at the Curtis Institute
their home. in Philadelphia. His musical talent
Sheila Powers and daughter was apparent at an early age when Rensseiaerville 872-0393
Sharon Spies went to Utica to a he received a toy piano as a •XXXXXAXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX»X«XX.»f«VV«Vt
bridal shower Sunday, July 12, in toddler. After study with local Youths Will Stage
honor of Eva Battero. She was a teachers, Matthew found both a
roommate of Sharon's at Herkimer teacher and guidance counsellor in Historical Play PHONE 518-872-1098
College. BEEPER: 381-8353
Findlay Cockerell at SUNYA. At the Rensseiaerville Library,
On Sunday, George Hotaling and With the latter's help, Matthew preparations have begun for the
Florence Brooks had a visit from first attended the North Carolina children's history play. 24 Hour Towing
her two grandsons, Lee and Robert School for the Arts and then The play production, celebrating
Burns, of Altoona, Pa. entered a worldwide competition the bicentennial of Medusa, Pres- Flatbed Service Available
A new dog warden, Robert for high school entrance to Curtis. ton Hollow, Potter Hollow and
Killer, was appointed by the town He was one of a handful of
board. His phone number is successful young musicians ac-
Rensseiaerville, will be presented
at Elsbree Field, Preston Hollow,
PARKER MOTORS, INC.
8721394. cepted and has continued there in the evening of Saturday, Aug. 15, at
Valija Jurjans called on Clint the college program. He is now a
and Mable Tryon in Schoharie. The junior.
6 p.m., on a handmade stage, New & Used
replete with rolling scenery and
three of them visited Mr. and Mrs. An all-round musician, Matthew
Krause and friend at Patria also heads a rock group which does
full costumes. Children ages 4 Cars and Trucks
through 12 will recreate the early
Mountain, CobleskiU. They had tea regular gigs in the Philadelphia wilderness life, colonial farming
and enjoyed seeing the animals at area. In Rensseiaerville, he sticks and village settlement through ti?»»
the olace to a classical orientation. His Civil War.
Richie Sellick left for the program on July 26 will include Through the production, children LEN PARKER, JR.
children's hospital in Boston July selections from Brahms, Beetho- are learning their local history Route 85 & 443, East Berne, N.Y. 12059 •
8. Doctors removed both his ven and Chopin. using theater, writing, original
kidneys the next day. He came The Rensseiaerville Institute songs and working with artifacts
home last week, but will have to go (Rensseiaerville, N.Y. 12147) is and props. The project is directed
back July 27 for a kidney located on Route 85, 40 minutes by Virginia Carter with the
transplant on the 30th. His mother, southwest of Slingerlands. -LP ^
Barbara, is donating a kidney for
assistance of Julie Lewis and is
sponsored by the Rensseiaerville £
him. Cards and letters would cheer
him up. His address is Richie
Sellick, 166 Quackenbush Road,
Funding is provided by the State
Council on the Arts Decentraliza-
Schenectady, NY. 12306. Resident Designs tion Plan and the Mohawk-Hudson Drive-In Radiator Service
Saturday, July 11, George Ho- Community Foundation.
taling, his daughter Brenda and Mural Volunteers for a stage crew, — RADIATOR REPAIRS —
Florence Brooks went to Lake Virginia Carter of Rensseiaer- builders, and a costume crew are — AiiR CONDITIONING SERVICE —
George for a cruise on the ville designed the outdoor mural welcome. Building material dona-
Ticonderoga. They enjoyed dinner which was dedicated in Albany's
with friends at Ponderosa.
tions of all kinds would be 1758 Western Ave., Albany, N.Y. 456-5800
West Capitol Park on Wednesday, appreciated. For further details AC-Delco.
Sunday, July 12, Herman and June 24. The mural is a 100-foot- call 797-3645 or write the Rensse-
Lois Ritter hosted a birthday party long narrative of the history of iaerville Library, Rensseiaerville, The smart parts.
for their granddaughter, Maria New York State and is a project of N.Y. 121"7.
Wszolik of Glen (Montgomery the Temporary Commission on the
Co. i. Others attending were her Restoration of the Capitol.
mother Yvette Wszolek; brother Expands Center
Carter, a New Jersey native who
Robert of Glen with his wife Linda; has supervised the creation of
cousins Elise Austin of Groton, other murals, was assisted by 18 Room size has been doubled and
K & A MEMORIALS BARRE
Conn, and Richard Sager of Albany High School students who new technical equipment installed Monuments - Markers
Sloansville. she described as "incredibly
at the training and resource center
of Century 21-T.L. Wright Realty, Cemetery Lettering [GUILD I
Anyone with news in this area enthusiastic and eager." 230 Main St., Schoharie, including
may call Estelle Luniewski at The mural depicts segments of video monitors, visual overhead Granite - Marble - Bronze ,, Monuments
872-0125 or 872-2367. urban and rural life in New York and tape players.
State between 1866 and 1899, when Century 21-T.L. Wright Realty is
Duplicate • Hand Tooled Lettering
FOOD STAMPS the Capitol was under construc- headquartered at 127 East Main Jim Yotwy Km ft Anns F. Stswsrt Larry Murphy
Food stamp applications will be tion. The mitral, which took more St., CobleskiU. Altamont Main Office, 1906 State Street Quilderland
accepted at the Westerlo Town than three months to complete, will nepsosentatlve Schenectady N.Y. 12304 Representative
Hall Tuesday, Aug. 4, from 9 a.m. be on display for the next two Deadline for news items is the 861-6811 381*6090 895-8805
to noon. \ • - "! summers. Tuesday before publication, <N