Dead in Apparent SuicideDinner for Made Fellows of AIEE
en-j tions to the design of large
A Glenville woman was ^ound said death had occurred about
dead Monday in the cellar of her 2 p.m. Msgr. Bianco Three General Electric
gineers, member* of the Schenec-' motors and generators."
tady section. American Institute
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Charlton road home from what Mrs. Short is survived by her SNIVELY, a g r a d u a t e of the
Dr. John C. Sherman county husband and a son, E a r l Gregory A r t h u r Pardi has been named or Electrical Engineers, have been; University of Cincinnati and of
coroner, has termed "apparent Short. general c h a i r m a n of the Mon- elected to the highest grade of the GE advanced engineering
suicide." -*• * * signor Michael A. Bianco dinner, A I E E m e m b e r s h i p for their out-: program, served as class super-
* * * F U N E R A L services will be con- scheduled for Feb. 9 at the Hotel standing contributions to the visor of the latter for two years
H O W E V E K , Sherman has with- ducted at 2 p.m. tomorrow at thei Van Curler. profession. after hit graduation. Associated
held * definite verdict pending, L u t h e r a n Church of the Good * * *- •X- -* * with the LM&G department since
further investigation by state Shepherd. 547 S a r a t o g a road, by P A R D I , a trustee of Schenec- E L E C T E D " F E L L O W S " by the 1939, he was cited for "his con-
police. JRev. Frederick Auman, pastor. tady lodge 321, Sons of Italy, is national organization were R. V. tributions to the design and
Mrs. Doris L. Short, 41. was The Glock funeral home will be a d r a f t s m a n at the General Elec- Shepherd, m a n a g e r of the syn- development of AC and DC
found by her husband. David, at open from 4 to 9 p.m. today. Mrs. tric. He Is married and lives chronous motor and generator machinery."
with his wife and two children sub-section of the large motor * * *
about 5:30 p.m. Monday, accord- Short was a member of the Altar
at 614 South avenue. B o r n In and generator d e p a r t m e n t ; H. D. S T E I N E R , a graduate of the
ing to Trooper Harvey Hansen of Guild of the church, this city, he is a g r a d u a t e of Sche-
the Glenville barracks. —-*-- Snively, m a n a g e r of the advance University of Kansas and the G E
nectady high school and h a s been product engineering sub-section, tert course, has held positions m
Police said she was hanging ( ^ h Theft Reported a m e m b e r of the local lodg» for LM&G d e p a r t m e n t , and H. C. design and development rectifier
from. a v««v.»»»Une a t t a c h e d to RJ l a n u m b e r of years. Steiner, consulting engineer, gas tubes since 1927. His citation
cellar ceiling beam. Hansen said ; 1 O R o t t e r d a m rollCe • * • * • #
and special tubes, power tube reads "for contributions to the
that she had a p p a r e n t l y been | P A R D l ' S a p p o i n t m e n t was an- department. development and application of
Mrs. Sophie Sofer of 1359 Dean ARTHUR PARDI mercury vapor rectifier tubes."
standing on a chair before either nounced by Joseph Bologna,
street reported to Rotterdam General Chairman S H E P H E R D is a graduate of
falling or jumping.
police yesterday m o r n i n g that venerable of Schenectady lodge. I the University of Illinois and of
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A U T H O R I T I E S reported t h a t j 5132 had been stolen from her Monsignor Bianco, pastor of | the GE advanced engineering Sharon Hill
she had been despondent recent-, put se while she was shopping St. Anthony's Church, is being Sl.292.000,000 IN USE ; program. Associated with the SHARON H I L L — The Willing
lv because of ill health. Assistant j Monday at the R o t t e r d a m Shop- WASHINGTON—Of the 1,292, I LM&G d e p a r t m e n t since 1937. he Workers of Sharon Hill Meth-
District Attorney J a m e s H. G o u l d . I P ' " * Center. honored as grand chaplain of the,,. jhas been active in teaching elec- odist Church will meet tonight
investigated as well as Hansen] She said thp theft occurred be- '000,000 dollar bills now m cir- t r i c a l machine theory and design. at the home of Mrs. Clayton
and Dr. Sherman. The coroner tween 5 and 6:15 p.m. Grand Lodge of the Sons of I t a l y | c u l a t i o n mosi b e a r a 1 9 3 5 s e r i e s H i s citation is for "his contribu- Van Patten.
of New York state. : date.
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MARK 55TH ANNIVERSARY—air. and Mrs. Joseph
Vacca of 844 Emmett street marked their 55th wad-
ding anniversary on Saturday. The couple married
Jan. 4, 1903, in New York city. Their children are
Mrs. Anthony Cinelli, Mrs. Umbert Guerra, Salvatore
Vacca, Dr. Joseph Vacca and Ray N. Vacca. They
also have 13" grandchildren.
School Assn. to Assist at YOU SAVE
Niskayuna HS Dedication
The recently organized School
and Community Association of the
N i s k a y u n a high school will assist
In dedication of the new school
building in ceremonies Sunday.
Left to Obtain
V V V
M O R E THAN 2.000 residents of
Niskayuna are expected to attend
the dedication ceremonies.
George Z. F . Bereday, assi»tan4- —ALBANY, -Jam 7 (AP>— Own-
professor of education at Teachers ers of suburban, commercial.
College, Columbia University, will trailer and farm vehicles have
speak at the formal convocation only a week to get 1958 regis-
which will begin at 3 p.m. in the tration plates; the motor vehicle
high school auditorium. bureau noted today.
Other speakers will be Alexander The 1957 plates will be out of
G. MacDonald. president of the
board of education; David C.
Scott, president of the SCA; Dr.
Calvin Gross, district principal;
Omer W. Renfrow. principal of
date for more than 900,000 such
vehicles at midnight J a n . 15.
Passenger car and motorcycle
plates are good until midnight
J a n . 31.
Niskayuna high school; J o h n H. To get new plates, 1952 and
Fink, county superintendent of older models m u s t have safety
schools; John Maiuccoro, president inspection stickers. However,
of t h e Student Council and Dr. trailers weighing 1,000 pounds
N o r m a n B. Johnson, president of or less unloaded, vehicles used
t h e district P T A Council.
y, »)r. J*.
solely on the farm a n d motor- Schenectady Savings and Loan Association is one of
cycles need not he inspected.
M E M B E R S of the School and approximately 6100 such banking organizations in the United
Community Association will serve
a s hosts during the open house, STATEMENT OF CONDITION OF States today, whose prime purpose is to offer profitable sav-
•which will begin a t £ p.m. and
resume following the formal South Sch'dy ings plans . . . making these funds available to deserving fam-
dedication. THE SCHENECTADY SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
Mrs. J . Weir McHugh, vice-
p r e s i d e n t of t h e SCA, Mrs. F r a n c i s
Fire District 6 AS OF DECEMBER 3 1 , 1957
ilies who want to buy homes.
Griffin a n d Mrs. W a l t e r Fleish-
Probably the easiest way to save that has yet been
m a n n a r e in c h a r g e of the various
activities; being planned for-*the
To Install ^
devised is the Savings and Loan way, where you may add as
Under the supervision., of. Mrs. Installation of officers of the ASSETS
McHugh, m e m b e r s of the Associa- South Schenectady district six little as $1.00 to your passbook, and as often as you wish . . .
tion will be present in each class- fire department will be held to- Loans on Bond and Mortgages — Less Reserve $35,132,542.36
room to explain the school pro- night at 7:30 o'clock in the Property Improvement Loans 85,283.76 savings insured up to $10,000.00.
g r a m a n d curriculum. Duanesburg road fire station. O t h e r Loans 98,384.05
Mrs. F r a n c i s Griffin is in
N E W O F F I C E R S include: How- Properties Sold on Contract 20,623.90 Our latest statement of condition, published here, re-
Charge of a r r a n g e m e n t s for con- Office Buildings, Parking Lot and Equipment 375,246.30
ard Relyea, president; Vincent
ducted tours of the building and
Barbuti, f i r s t vice-president; Shares in Savings and Loan Bank
flects an Increasing preference in this area for our savings
Mrs. Walter Fleischmann is in
Wallace Scholtes, second vice-
charge of refreshments.
president; F r a n k DiDonato, sec-
and Stock in Federal Home Loan Bank , 737,000.00 accounts and other services . . . thousands are adding millions
Government Bonds — Less Reserve 2,687,317.19
" E V E R Y E F F O R T will he made r e t a r y ; Nicholas DiMartino. fi- to these accounts each year, confident that they will be avail-
to assure t h a t the residents of nancial secretary; Joseph Aldi. Municipal Bonds 482,706.84
the school district have an op- treasurer; Albert Reagles. ser-' Other Investment Securities 2,410,000.00 able when needed, and that generous dividends will be added
portunity to visit aU areas of the I eeant-at-arms; and Charles Sta-i Cash on Hand and in Banks 808,212.89
building and become familiar w i t h | r o h a ' historian Other Assets 19,612.28 to passbooks quarterly.
the total school program," Scott Austin Duell will also begin a
said. three-year term on the board of
trustees. $42,856,929.57 A phone call, FR 4-9184, or a postcard will bring you
Paige Discussion Unit all the material you would need to "Save-By-Mail," as well as
Scotia Fire Company
Will Meet Tomorrow information about our modern home financing plans and all
!Pick& Committee Heads
The Paige discussion group will! LIABILITIES
meet tomorrow at 1:15 p.m., Committee heads of N e p t u n e , other services.
Rosalind G. Cohen, discussion engine company of Scqjia were Savings Accounts — Including Dividends:
leader has anonunced. named Monday night by Berkeley
Instalment Shares % 2,774,382.62
Topic for the discussion will. Ellis, president.
Heading the 1958 committees Income Shares 5,048,000.00
be: "Are we making our children
learners?" i are Lewis O Dunn, auditing;! Savings Shares .- 30,586,949.72
Clarence Brown, investigation;'
Loans in Process 314,200.00
Edward Krenizier, refreshments;
Spaniards c a l l Edward Bulla, uniform; Raymond
*herry the "sailor's drink" because Gardinier. television; Uno Jo-
Deposits for Taxes and Insurance
the rolling of a ship a t sea seems hansson, nominating, and H a r r y Surplus:
to improve the wine. Ellis, welfare.
Surplus Account and Reserves $2,033,407.91 ANY AMOUNT ON A SPECIAL
Undivided Profits 1,830,967.37 3,864,375.28 MONTHLY
$42,856,929.57 ANY TIME PLAN
We, the undersigned Auditors of the Schenectady Savings and Loan Association,
do hereby certify that we have examined the books of the Secretary and T r e a s -
urer, which we find correct and in accordance with the foregoing report.
William Semple Walter B. B r a d s h a w Harold F . Lewi*
3i%* 3i%* !
Schenectady. New /ork
J a n u a r y 6, 1958 •Current Rale per annum including an "EXTRA" dividend at the
rate of '/< of \% per annum, COMPOUNDED QUARTERLY.
Save by Mail —
We Pay Postage Both Way*,
Free Parting —
1 Hour free parking at our
large Liberty Street Parking
Lot whenever you transact
buMne.t* at our offices.
Money Order* —
A convenient way for .'ending
ROTTERDAM Kl WANTS OFFICERS — Thaddeus
Sm i a row ski, right, last night assumed duties as presi- Travelers, Che eh a —
OFFICES OPEN TILL S P.M. MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY
dent, of the Rotterdam K i w a n i s club from the
immediate past president, William Griset., left, at A *afft way (o carry fund*
installation ceremonies in Canali's Restaurant. Other when traveling.
new officers installed By Sam Solomon, Kiwanis
lieutenant governor, were Henry Bradt, first vice-
president; Leonard March, second vice-president;
Hfoderniza/ion Loeint — Untitled Document
Just Below Erie Blvd.
Paul Hans, treasurer and. Francis Stone, secretary, To repair or remodel.
Directors for 1958 are Harold Hogan, Joseph Gilberti, Thomas M. Tryniski
309 South 4th Street
Fulton New York
Walter Wolmsley, Clement Garkowski and Nate