10 GAZETTE PHONE FR 4-4141 SCHENECTADY GAZETTE, MONDAY, DECEMBER LV. 1963 GAZETTE PHONE FR 4-4141
2 Lose Driver's Licenses Charles Sandora to Be Named
On Guilty Pleas in Saratoga New Saratoga Under Sheriff
SARATOGA SPRINGS — meIstreet, pleaded guilty lo al toxicated against Ivan Richards, By RED WILDY Sandora, a fingerprint man, DORSEY was appointed a
driver's license el-Wo local men charge of reckless driving. 34, of RD 3, Ballston Spa, was Gazette Reporter month ago to fill his father's
has been a member of the shoes as Saratoga Springs city
were revoked In city court overj }j e w a s arrested by Trooper adjourned until Friday BALLSTON SPA — Charles sheriff's department for the
the weekend when they pleaded Fred Yeackel, of the Malta state * * * Sandora of Corinth, the pres- attorney. However, when Mayor
guilty to motor vehicle violations police barracks, on Lake avenue RICHARDS was stopped on ent Identification officer in the past 2 years and is supported James E. Benton appointed him
before Acting City Judge John Dec. 12. Nov. 30 on South Broadway by Saratoga county sheriff's office, by the newly-elected sheriff, to the post, Mayor-elect Arthur
J. O'Malley. Patrolman Alphonse Ezzo about will be made the new under Lee A. Scherer. J Kearney was quick to an-
A charge of driving while in- 7:45 p.m., following an accident. sheriff, and Francis Dorsey Jr. In. the county attorney's nounce that he would replace
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WILLIAM J. McLAIN, 30, So- Edward McMahon, attorney and Thomas Nolan will each posts, it was no surprise that him on Jan. 1.
for Lloyd Van Arnum, 30, of serve as assistant county at- Nolan would receive the in- Dorsey's father served as the
deman road, Ballston Spa, was
arrested by Patrolman Norman Spa Health RD 1, this city, had his case
adjourned until Friday
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dorsement. city attorney for more than
Forest about 3:30 a.m. on Dec. quarter of a century. Young
7 on Washington street. He was Committee Van Ajnum, who is free in the THESE RESULTS came at a
Dorsey took up the reigns when
charged with driving while in-
toxicated. He pleaded guilty. „
custody of his attorney, was
cited by Trooper R: B. Osgood,
Saturday executive committee
meeting of the Republican Couple Hurt his father became ill in August
Richard Barnes, 17,.of 49 Park Visits Sick of the Malta state policeT"about party in Ballston Spa. Each and served as advisor to the
4:45 p.m. Dec. 9 on Route
. SARATOGA SPRINGS —Mrs. and charged with driving with-
appointment was speculated in
this newspaper. In Crash on city council, a post his father
Bananas Lost Con Santagator, Mechanicville,
representative of the Saratoga The case of Sherwood Altkens, Rts. 147,67 WHEN KEARNEY announced
that he would replace Dorsey,
In Burnt Hills
county Health Association's 20, of 58 Phila street, charged
patient services committee, re- with pe'.fy larceny, was set for
Spa Court SARATOGA SPRINGS -
political observers then specu-
lated he would1 be appointed
cently made a Christmas visit Jury trial at 9:30 a.m. Jan. 23 Galway man and his wife were to his present post.
to Saratoga county tuberculosis ATTKENS IS* charged wi»h To Print Only treated at the Benedict Memo- William D. Carola, of Me-
Truck Fire and respiratory disease patients having stolen about 20 windows rial Hospital in Ballston Spa chanicville, former law part-
at the Glenridge Hospital.
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from the site of the new Com
BURNT HILLS — A chimney SHE WAS accompanied by munity hotel on or about Sept.
2 Calendars following a three-car collision ner of Saratoga county Judge-
at Routes 147 and 67 at 11:30 elect Edward Sullivan, was in-
fire resulting in little or no Mrs. Robert Haizlip, executive 23. Thi value is estimated to a.m. Saturday. dorsed Friday night. He also
be $60. MERRY CHRISTMAS—As a memorial to the late President BALLSTON SPA —A savings carries the indorsement of the
' damage brought out both the director, and Mrs. Eleanor eKn
; Ballston Lake and Burnt Hills yon, program director of the - Free on $25 bail, Aitkens was John F. Kennedy, the agriculture and markets chapter and will result with the printing of DAVID A. CHASE, 23, of RD executive committee.
fire departments to the resi- association. charge! by Charles Skee of the the mental hygiene main office chapter of the Civil Service two instead of five calendars 1, Galway, was treated for head
Amsterdam Wrecking and Sal- Employes Association donated several gifts to the Mt. Mc- for supreme court terms in 1964, injuries, while his wife, Eliz-
• dence of Robert Stephens of1 Gifts and Christmas greetings vage Harry Brown, Saratoga county abeth, was treated for an arm HERBERT M.
Merchant lane about 8 p.m. were extended to the 10 Sara- ,o. Gregor division of the Rome state school in Saratoga clerk, has announced.
last night. toga county patients currently Springs. Presenting the Christmas presents for the children -* * *
BURNT HILLS responded un- at the hospital. The patient
der Chief Gordon Sack after services committee provides
Darling Rite to William Foley, right, business officer at Mt. McGregor, THERE WILL BE five terms State police reported Chase
are Duncan Macpherson, mental hygiene chapter president, of court, Jan. (5, with Justice was proceeding south on Route —INSURANCE^
and Mrs. Helen Kehrer, vice-president of the other group. Felix J. Aulisi of Amsterdam, 147 and was struck by a car 1003 STATE ST.
Ballston Lake had first respond- shopping service, book cart,
ed under Chief Arthur Swartz subscriptions to magazines and
patient visiting as a part of its
Set in Spa Members of the state senate and staff also contributed gifts presiding; March 2, with Justice driven by James W. Easton, 38,
to the school. Michael E. Sweeney of Saratoga of 69 Huntington road, Albany,
through an error in communica- Springs, presiding; May 4, with who was proceeding west on
Mrs. William Cassidy, of Tomorrow Justice Charles M. Hughes of Route 67. The Chase vehicle
Ballston Lake had been called Mechanicville, serves as secre-
also on Saturday morning at tary-treasurer for the committee. SARATOGA SPRINGS —Mrs.
8:55 to extinguish a fire on Main Mrs. Santagator and Mrs. Cas- Margaret Darling, 82, of 18&
Spa Homes Damaged in Schenectady, presiding; Sept. 8, then struck the parked car of
with Justice Robert Main of Stanley J. Jackowski, of RD 5,
Saranac Lake, presiding; and Amsterdam.
street in the back of a delivery sidy are also members of the East Van Dam street, died yes-
truck belonging to DeCerbo board of directors of the Health terday morning at the Saratoga
Two Weekend Fires Nov. 4, with Justice Harold Trooper Edward Ladu, of the
Soden of Mattsburg, presiding. Malta state police barracks, in-
Brothers in which a consign- Association, the local seal Hospital following a short ill- SARATOGA SPRINGS —Two pied by Mr. and Mrs. Herbert There are about 600 cases for vestigated at the scene.
ment of bananas was lost. agency. ness. house fires in this city over Henderer and their two sons, each term of court with 75 to
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SPECIALS THRU SAT— A RESIDENT of this city for the weekend did considerable Michael, 13, and Ralph, 10, in 150 disposed of each term. The
the past 40 years, she was born property damage, but there the downstairs apartment, and new calendars will list the cases *
in the Town of Halfmoon on were no injuries reported at Mr. and Mrs. Michael De- for the three terms, and the
Oct. 11, 1881, and had been a either one.
member of the Women's Chris- * * *
Lorenze, upstairs, is reportedly other will list the cases for two
owned by the MCA Land De- terms. KRUEGER'S
tian Temperance Union and a FIREMEN report that they velopment Corporation of New Newly elected County Judge
communicant of the 'Presbyte were called out at 8:30 p.m. York city. Edward T.Sullivan of Mechanic- LIQUOR STORE
rian Church. Saturday to a two-story wood The fire is said to have been ville is scheduled to preside
Survivors include two daugh- frame home on Gilbert road, caused by a faulty chimney. during three county grand juryfor 1964. The
terms scheduled 123 SO. FERRY ST.
ters, Mrs. Elma Brownell of where the fire completely Assistant Fire Chief Kenneth will convene on Jan. 6, May 4,
Greenwich and Mrs. Dorothy gutted the interior before it C. Millward directed the opera- and Sept. 8, with District Attor- FEATURING
Birch of West Berne; four sons, could be extinguished. tions.
ney James A. O'Connor of
Chester and James Darling of The house, which was occu- * * * NATIONALLY ADVERTISED BRANDS
MEMBER OF BUY-RITE FOOD STORES Miami Beach, and Kenneth Dar- this city, Clifton Darling of THE SECOND fire alarm was Wateriord.
sounded at 4:05 a.m. yesterday, * FINE LIQUORS
Catering To ALL Your Food Needs! ling of Corinth; 19 grandchildren Directory Is when the department went to
46 Congress street, a three- Stove Cited
and 39 great grandchildren.'
story brick building owned by * LIQUEURS
Funeral services will be con-
ducted tomorrow at 2 p.m. at Readied for the James A. Leary estate.
Minor damage was reported
As Cause of and
the Simone funeral home with
the Rev.-Howard R. Foye, pas-
tor of the First Presbyterian
Distribution and they were called back
again at 8:40 a.m., when flames * WINES
Church, officiating. Burial will errupted in the attic.
be in the Halfmoon cemetery. JOHNSTOWN — A new TWX Fire Captain Joseph Tygue ALPLAUS — A pot burner PLACE YOUR ORDER TODAY
Friends may call at the fu- teletype directory is scheduled directed operations at the scene. stove is blamed for the fire in
-m CALL EX 3-2105
(Eirrtetmaa neral home today from 3 to 5 for delivery to business users
and 7 to 9 p.m.
from coast to coast on Dec.
30, according to an announce-
ment by the General Telephone
Co. of Upstate New York, Inc.
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3 Injured in
-•;- the upstairs" apartment of Clar-
ence Olson in the Emma Klein
homestead on Glenridge road
discovered at 2:25 p.m. yester-
day by Mrs. and Mrs. John Des- *
FROM ALL OF US Roehes, who ,live downstairs in FEATURING OUR
Is Held at AS THE. FIR$T directory of
its khid/it wHTllst names, ad-
Middle Grbve Ihe^house. * " * SPECIAL CHRISTMAS
FIRST PRIZE TENDERIZED dresses and-numbers of all tel-
C Ballston Lake FIRE CHIEF A. T. Dudek of
etypewriter customers in the the Alplaus volunteer fire de-
United States and Canada, as BALLSTON SPA — Three
HAMS Lb. Av. lb
BALLSTON LAKE— A cov- ings.
well as complete classified list- persons were treated for facial partment reported that all of
lacerations following a two-car Olson's furniture was lost in the
ered dish supper and Christmas The directory will carry'an collision on Young's road in fire and the apartment, suffered
party preceded the business issue date of January 1964, Middle Grove at 10:35 a.m. yes- smoke and water damage.
FIRST PRIZE SKINLESS, SHANKLESS meeting of Court Mater Christi, and will be distributed annual- terday. The parlor of the downstairs
CD A, held recently at Our Lady ly by the General Telephone # • # apartment also suffered water
8-16 C of Grace church hall, Ballston system companies. There are TREATED and released from and smoke damage.
HAMS Lb. Av.
69 Lake. Mrs. Henry Hubbard
lb and her committee were in more than 60,000 teletypewrit- Catherine Jackson, aged 11, of ThomasEast Glenville and fire
charge of the program which by business and government Grange road, Middle Grove; departments also responded
includes pot luck supper, games agencies, exchanging m o r e Mrs. Mathilda Ledak, 62, also through mutual aid.
and exchange of gifts.
er exchange machines in use
the Saratoga Hospital were The
than IVx million messages each of Middle Grove, and Miss
— 562 BROADWAY —
D P . SO E
FIRST PRIZE r. NEW. MEMBERS voted and month. Marion Ledak, 31, of 1595
Roll 59 Teletypewriter exchange ser- Union street, Schenectady.
accepted included Mrs. Charles vice in the U. S. was convert- All were passengers in a car
Cresswell, Mrs. John Gildea, ed to dial operation in August operated by Irving Jackson, 36,
Malta Grange GOING OUT OF
Miss Noreen Hubbard, Mrs. 1962 in the first nationwide dial of Grange road, who was driv- Marks 50th
Christian Ondishko and Mrs. conversion in telephone his- ing ' west on Young's road
Mrs. Edmund Filipek, chair-
when his car collided with one
driven by Paul Zguries, 62, who
s 00 man of world missions, will SINCE THEN users have lives on Young street, and was
Applesauce 3 ~ 1 —Still —
sponsor a drive for the Mary- been able to connect with TWX driving west. BALLSTON SPA — The 50th
knoll Missions in which Court machines throughout the coun- The trio was taken to the hos- anniversary of Malta grange
Mater Christi is actively en- try by dialing, just as with tel- pital by passing motorists. was observed recently with four
gaged by contributing u s e d ephone calls. Last October, the Deputy Sheriff Craig Doherty masters recalling events during
costume jewelry, religious arti- converted its TWX system to investigated at the scene and their terms of office.
cles, Catholic newspapers and dial and was inter-connected to cited Zguries for using un-
EXTRA FANCY GOLDEN CIRCLE • * • • • • *
magazines. the U. S. teletype network for reasonable-speed. He is to ap- THE MASTERS were Mrs.
c the first time. pear before Town of Greenfield Stewart Martin, Earl Edmonds,
MIXED NUTS 3 9 Spa County The Schenectady Garette's Justice of the Peace Frank Charles Cleveland and Morgan
Fulton county office in Glovers- Wells Jan. 2.
ville is among those utilizing
Bloodgood. A letter from the
Saratoga county grange depu-
BIG SELECTIONS FOR
3 Lbs. Seal Drive teletype service, operating on 3,000 March ties, Mr. and Mrs! May Elli- THE ENTIRE FAMILY
U.S. NO. 1 GOLDEN DELICIOUS a direct, private line to and thorpe, was read congratulating
from the Gazette office in
In Disneyland the grange on the event.
Schenectady. Supper and a birthday cake
APPLES SARATOGA SPRINGS—Peter
B. Baruzzi, county Christmas Spa Building
Yule Parade were served before the meeting.
There also was a Christmas
program with the exchange of Further Markdowrts
Seal chairman, has announced ANAHEIM, Calif., Dec. 22 gifts. The grange voted to pur-
that receipts for the Christmas
Seal campaign totaled $11,732.15
Damaged by (UPI) — Disneyland celebrat- chase Christmas seals.
ed Christmas today with the
Have Been Taken on
Mrs. Ernest Stilson will be in
as of Dec. 16. The goal for the charge of the supper committee
Smoke, Fire ninth annual holiday festival
Original Sale Prices
Potato parade, combining represen- preceding the Jan. 9 meeting.
1963 campaign has been set at
pack $18,000. tatives f r o m 23 countries
"THE CAMPAIGN still has a BALLSTON SPA-There was among 3,000 gaily bedecked
long way to go,'" Baruzzi said. considerable smoke damage re- paraders.
"We are earnestly hoping that ported as the result of a fire Floats and bands and danc-
SAVE 5 0
LIBBY'S the people of Saratoga county, at 11:15 a.m. yesterday at 31 ing groups bedazzled thous-
who have supported our work Fremont street, a three-story ands of spectators, among %
so loyally in the past, will find brick frame building reportedly them the councilor represen-
At Age 80
Pitted Olives 3 " 89 time in the next few days to owned by a Mrs. Smith, who is
answer their Christmas Seal spending the winter in Florida.
appeal. • * • * *
tatives of 4« nations.
There was Mickey Mouse,
Donald Duck, Alice in Won-
"With so much remaining to ACCORDING to Fire Chief derland, the Big Bad Wolf died unexpectedly at his home
DORLOO — Dorson Jones, 80.
CORNRICH FLAVORS and be done in the struggle to wipe Lawrence Morse, who com- and the Three little Pigs.
out TB and control other respir- manded two companies at the
h«re, in the Town of Seward,
There w e r e marching tin yesterday after a short Illness.
for X M A S GIFTS
I atory diseases, we feel confident scene, It took about one hour soldiers, elephants, bears and
plui that every family will want to to extinguish the blaze, that de donkeys. BORN IN the Town of Seward,
Ginger Ale - 6 - 9 8 CUp. renew its annual Christmas Seal manded the services and approx sented in the gala parade Valley before moving to Dorloo
contribution which helps to make imately 30 men
this work possible." trucks.
Each of the nations repre- Dec. «, 1883, he lived in South
wore native costumes and cn * and had been highway superin-
tered spectacular floats." Ja- tendent in the Town of Rose-
Now Is the Time to
HAWAIIAN AdvartlsMD^nl AiK»rtlM«ri*nt pan won the grand sweep- boom for 20 years.
stakes prire for depicting Survivors include two brothers,
— Save Money o n - -
Christmas in Nippon.
4^ $1.00 Suffocating Asthma Attacks Seeber and William Jones, both
Punch cant |
Stopped In Minutes
Grand marshal of the pa- of South Valley and several
rade was Walt Disney himself, nieces and nephews.
who got the biggest hand of
Funeral services will be in
the Oilman funeral home, Cher-
There were 2 S marching ry Valley, Friday aM p.m. with
• SKIRTS 'SWEATERS
'JACKETS • SHIRTS
c "Free Breathing" Restored bands along the parade route. Rev. Charels F. Gommer Sr.,
A band of doves was released
F o r m u l a Pi>«cribec. Most By Doctors Now Available during the course of the pa- pastor of the Methodist Church
W i t h o u t Prescription. Also H s l p t P r e v e n t A t t a c k s . In Hartwick and former pastor
rade and thousands of bal- of the Roseboom Methodist
' SLIPS * GLOVES * DRESSES
J»»w Y.rlt, N. Y.-A r«m»rk»b1* ia aa aafa, whan tited aa directed, loons escaped Into the bright
»dv»nc« la mrxUru m«xlielne now it tan be told without prescription blue sky to the oohs, aahs of Church, officiating.
mike* it poMibl* to stop frijrhUn-
OPEN DAILY 3 A.M. to 9 P.M. Y
ing a»thma ttUtk* and restore called Primattntt.
"free breathing" in minutt$. More-
in most atatea — in tiny tablet*
the throngs of children and
Primaten* promptly ***** ten* their delighted parents.
Burial will be In Roseboom
cemetery. FOR THE
Will Closest 6 P.M. Christmas Eve over, it *ire» loncer-laitlng relief
nelpt prevent attack*.
lion, opens eonarett«d bronchial
lh»n injection* or nebulireri and tube*, looien* choking;reacn*.Vital The parade itself lasted United States farmers spend
an hovir and 15 minutes,.with $15 billion annually for food,
air quickly reaches the victim'*
FREE PARSLEY Tb ALL GABRIEL'S CUSTOMERS Thi* new a*tkma relief i* tka Itmrt-the agonising feeling of *t>f- Santa Claus riding atop his clothing, drugs, furniture, appli-
«ame formula doctor* now pre-
focation i* »topped in mtwutea.Cst sleigh calling "Merry Christ- ances, services and otherjsuch
WE RESERVE THK RIGHT TO LIMIT OUR QUANTITIES scribe, mora than any other and Primaten* At any drugstore. mas to all."
Thomas M. Tryniski
309 South 4th Street household necessities. LIC. No. 10?
Fulton New York