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   Times Record, The (Newspaper) - August 26, 1956, Troy, New York                              THE TIMES RECORD TROY N Y THURSDAY EVENING JULY 26 1956 3T Doctor Says Aluminum Am Amer Air v Amer Cyan Amer Home Amer Motors Amer Smelt Amer Amer Tob Anaconda Atch Fe 91 Berman of New York City said 32 327s r16 wanted to undertake a mys 16 15 IB mission of utmost im 66 66 663A connection with this 64Vs case W 45 45V4 Df 70 lieutenant on duty at the base i in f f fit dispensary after the fatal march ifi ifi Platoon 71 said he had given the McKeon a sobrie ty test about 9 pm and that he was within the normal limits of sobriety He gave a test for al cohol in the blood stream about midnight 42 42 42 48 48 48 50 50 50 54Vi 54 129 128 129 32 32 32 78Va 77 77 216 215 216 98 98 98 21 72 V 72V4 59 59 59 64 64 64V8 50 50 50 68 V4 68 The Stock Market Quotations bv Foster Adams High Low Press Time Allegheny Lud 47 46 Allied Chem 111 111 111 Allis Chalmers 37 36 36 Alco Products 21 20 21 124 Parris Island SC 24 24 24 Navy doctor told the courtmar 74 74 Matthew C McKeon 138 138 138 today that the exdrill instructor 6 6 6 was arl nour ne 53 53 53 sx recruts death in a marsh 184 184 184V8 The government is expected to 79Vs 78 79Vs its case against Mc 78 78V4 78V4 aternoon Afterwards 163 162 162 the court Plans aaiourn unlil Bendix Aviation 52 52 9 am EDT Bethlehem 163 161 attorney Emile Zola Boeing Air Can Pacific Cclanese Corp Ches Ohio Chrysler Cluett Cities Service Colgate Palm Col Gas Com Credit Comw Ed Con Edison Consum Pw Cont Can Cont Oil Curtis Wr Dow Chem Dupont Eastman Kodak Erie Food Mach Ford Gen Elec Gen Foods Gen Mills Gen Motors Goodrich Goodyear Great North Illinois Pw Tngersoll Rand Inland Steel Inter Nickel Inter Paper Inter Tel Johns Manville Jones Laugh Kennecott Cop Ligg Myers Lockheed Loews Lone Star Gas LfarMid Monsanto MontWard Natl Biscuit Ifatl Distl Lead Natl Supply N1 Y Central Niag Mohawk North Am Av North N tfas North Pacific Ohio Oil Pan East Pipe Pennsylvania Pepsi Cola Phelps Dodge Petrol Pullman Co Radio Corp Eepub Steel y Schenley Sears Roebuck Oil Socony Jos Lead St Regis Co Pacific Sbuthn Railway Stand Oil JSTJ Siage Play Fact Quite Differerit Welfare Depl Opens Bids I fi IForBus Actor Roddy McDowell time for sergeants after all it turns qut Inspite of the title of the play in which hes been appearing in New York City McDowell has been appearing inthe play No Time For Ser geants but has taken time off for a tour of active duty as private first class with the 77tK County Department oi Infantry Division of the Armys j Welfare Organized Reserve The 77th is participating in New Zoning Appeals Unit To Organize The new fiveman board of zoning appeals appointed recent DEATHS Bids were received from two firms today for furnishing a schoolbus for the JRensselaerlb by Mayor John J Purcell will meet at city hall tomorrow noon to organize and elect a chairman Appointment of the board was The department Commissioner authorized under an amendmen N needs a bus to to the city ning law passed by transport its employes in the wel he Common Council on May 3 n increasing the board from three fare home and mhrmary near DeL a uarc eluding the 205th Tank Bn which is largely made up of Troy artfa reservists Louis Beachner has been sub stituting since Monday for Powell in the cast of the play fiye members freestville because of inadequate The former threeman board bus service around the clock was set up under the administra weekdays and lack of service on tion of former Mayor Edward A weekends Fitzgerald shortly before he lei Drop Pension Plan Levitt Tells Legion FUNERALS Mrs OBriens Funeral The funeral of Mrs Margaret T OBrien was held at 9 am to day from the William A Toohey Funeral Home 114th St and 2nd Ave and at am from St Augustines Church where a Re quiem High Mass was celebrated by Rev John V Keegan OSA Emile Catricala presided at the organ and the Boys Vested hoir sang the responses to the Mass Domine Jesu Christe at the of fertory and In Paradisum at the recessional The bearers were Joseph J Horan Sr Joseph J Horan Jr Chester W Wheel er and Hyman R Ruddy Inter Four Die As TransAtlantic Liners Crash Off Nanluckel Continued From Page 1 came hopeless thecaptain and The AndreaDorias skipper his men at last had to give up Capt Calamai and 19 They too climbed down the side for the last time into waiting life boats messages from the Coast Guard Cutter Evergreen told the story of the proud liners Jast moments in midmorning He said three shifts of workoffice lers are transported now in a 25Members of the new board injment was in St Johns Cemetery passenger 1941 model bus which elude Paul H Jensen 450 8th with Father Keegan officiating will require to recondition Ave Charles F Meehan 2136 Last night Father Keegan visited Settling rapidly Not possible tow or board Sinking Just her fantail showing Then SS Andrea Doria sank in 225 feet of water at am It was a tragic end for the were ordered to leave the shipby the Italian Mimstry of Merchant Marine about 9 am EDT With in an hour the liner was almost completely submerged All survivors were being brought tp New York where Red Cross and health officials set up emergency facilities to care for the scores of cases of shock and minor injuries At least seven seriously hurt survivors one of died later were plucked and repair 5th Ave Richard H Bibb 219 the funeral home and recited the Bids were sought for a 16to25 gth Ave Charles Grosberg 1610 Rosary passenger school bus of 19531Peoples Ave and Michael J Ma Funeral of Mrs Murrisky vintage or later second hand or honey 142 Stow Ave new The funeral of Mrs Barbara 47 47 84V4 82 47Vs 84 y4 78 78 44V8 58 58 58 80 80 80 92 90 92 139 139 139 34 34 34 54 55 51 52 55 52 132 131 131 67 67 67 46 46 46 21 21 35 34 34 17 17 17 42 41 41 43 43ft 43V4 McKeon a pale and impassive man from Worcester Mass led 74 members of a recruit platoon oa a night disciplinary march into the tide swept Ribbon Creek marsh April 8 and six drowned The sergeant is now facing a general courtmartial on charges of involuntary manslaughter op pression of recruits and drinking on duty He is not accused of drunkenness The prosecution introduced a bipod alcohol test yesterday show ing the alcoholic content of Mc Keons blood was 015 per cent That test for the first time raised the suggestion that Mc Keon may have been drunk on the night of the fatal march In view of his findings in the sobriety test Dr Atcheson was asked under cross examination if he lent any credence whatso ever to the blood test that fol lowed and that showed an alco holic percentage of 015 No sir I did not the medi cal officer replied The defense then launched a long examination of the mechan ics of the blood test for intoxica A Glens Falls firm V W the board memberships Each I Weeks Sons Inc submitted term is for three years Speaking at the state conven1 m of for supplying a After the organization and There is no salary attached to Murdsk vvas hefd kom the a nnarn norcmnc H arn from the deck of the Stockholm by a Coast Guard helicopter and taken to a Boston hospital The Coast Guard reported three others from the Andrea Doria had been killed and it was plush pride of the Italian Merjattempting at 11 retrieve chant 29000 ton 656 a body from the seav foot long floating palace put in The submerged Andrea bo service just threeyears ago ata ria could accommodate 1241 pat cost of more than 29 million f Washington Park Funeral Home 222 3rd St at 9 air tion of the American Legion athepassenger 1953 Dodge of a chairman the board Rochester today State Comptrolbus ler Arthur Levitt advised the or Fletcher Boyer of East Greenjas provided for by the Board of was celebrated by Rev Wil liam A McNamara Rev Donald w lars The crash slammed the win from Congress pensons lor Luted three bids A price of for a clerk of the board Mr M all World War I veterans was quoted Jar a new 1956 Bibb held the position of clerk Ml Julla less of disability status GMC bus 28 passenger e4uippedr many years before the make Mass subdeacon organist to the Bearers were John Litwin told d wh all safety 37 37 37 26 26 26 116 116 1164 78 78V4 40 39 39 30 30 30 88 87 88 46 46 46 42 41 41 40 40 40 99 99Vi 25VS 24 24 22 22 22 65 65 65 54 54 54 69 69 44 43 44 49 49Va tion As for thepercentage read ing Dr Atchesonadmitted You come as close as can SLA Penalizes Nine Area Licensees The State Liquor Authority has imposed penalties upon licensees establishments and 19 19 one each in Greeri Island Me 33 33 33 chanicvilie Saratoga Springs and 69 68Va 68 Hudson Falls for yiolations of the 59 59ya 59 48 47 47 59 58 58 Beverage The restaurant 2138 21Y8 2lVs of Theodore Andrews 451 Feder 51 51 47 60 60ys 60 al St and of Anna M Seeley Moss street Hudson Falls have 3 s been canceHed The penalty is Mid Cont 29 28Vz 28 imposed on the Troy man because Texas Co G Prod 69 68 69 he ceased to conduct a bona fide and permitted the to disorderly The 61 61 cancellation is effective today 170 169y4170 The license of the Hudson Falls 71 7U4 restaurant was cancelledJuly 18 49 49 because of sales of alcoholic bev 53 erages to minors on various oc 63 62 63 casions Union Carbide TLFnion Oil Cal Union Pacific United Air JJnited Fruit tf S Rubber U S Steel JWestinghouse SVoolworth Youngstn S T 100 99 follows Zenith should creased benefits for disabled vet eransnow on pension Levitt noted that the legion had been pressing for congres sional passage of an omnibus bill that would provide both World War I pensions and higher bene fits disabled The bill passed the House and is in the Senate Finance Commit tee Senate leaders have said the World War I pension plan would be top costly But they are will ing to bring a separate measure on disabled veterans benefits to a floor vote Leaders Reluctant Levitt said Bcause the legion and other veterans groups have worked so ou assiduouslyfor the War I pension bill Congressional lead ers have been reluctant to report other measures of benefit to vet erans out of committee lest the pension proposals be added as amendments and both bills be permanently defeated The result has been that hu mane measures such as those n creasing the present pitifully low rates of compensation for serviceconnected disability have been sidetracked and regulated to the Congressional hopper Levitt said the legion faced a serious decision in the legisla tive to press for both steps and pirehaps lose both or to try for higher disabil ity benefits He urged the legionnaires to back the disability measure with everything we have Also speaking today Carmine G DeSapio NewYork secretary of state praised the American Legion as one of our nations strongest bulwarks of In a prepared speech before the 38th annual convention De Sapio said Beck with Robert L Gold as An offer was also made leasing a new 28passenger bus without driver but providing maintenance fuel insurance and storage under a threeyear con tract The rate quoted was a day for 10000 miles a year with an ettra fivecent chargefor each additional mile The bids were opened at the Court House by Ransen Gar denier county purchasing agent Commissioner Watson said they would be studied further before any contract is awarded Army Slakes Claim To All Missiles ciated Miss McCormicks Funeral The funeral of Miss Katherine iMcCormick was held at 9 am today from the John HClinton Funeral Home Washington Park and 3rd street and at am from St Marys Church where a Requiem High Mass was cele jbrated by Rev Edward J Ryan i Miss Agnes C Sheeran presided at the organ and sang the re A soldier home on leave who 5p0nses to the Mass Friends of with two Troy men led a Methe family acted as bearers In chanicville police officer on a terment was in St Marys Ceme She was insured for 16 million ship on its side and water began One of the dead was identified cascading into its hull Nearly as Alf Johannsson 30 a crew hours later its pumps re member of the Swedish liner He portedly had stopped the increai died after being flown by the moment copter to Nantucket Island He But then two hours was one of five persons of water overwhelmed tha ing a 7yearold girl taken off vessel and she went to the hot the Stockholm by helicopter toShe uhad The 30000ton Andrea Dorialle ia stricken condition luxurious pride of the Italian the Coast Guardsaid before she merchant fleet was inbound to wejjp New York from Genoa Italy rePortsff ofthe lnjurej carrying many Americans baid tney Suifred The 11000 ton Stockholm had bones the that swept the ship after the collision The rescue liner the He dt Soldier Arraigned In Car Thefi Their disastrous crash occurred France with about 730 t i ic i i j i iJi YT A Lit airuuu i uv out v A Y shortly before midnight at a aboard was expected to arrive in point about miles northeast New York Harbor about J pm today TheCoast wild bulletounctured chase in tcry with Father Ryan officiating Last night Father Ryan and Rev that city early yesterday was arJoseph siattery SJV visited the I raigned in Troy Police Court this funeral home and recited the of New York Heavy fog shroud ed the area but the seas were relatively saving hundreds of lives of those forced to take to lifeboats Speedy Rescue Frantic calls for aid came from the Andrea Doria it be gan over at a dangerous Guard said tenders would be sent to take off the rescued passen gers The Stockholm far less luxuri ous and catering to travelers de siring more modest accommoda itioris carried approximately 550 passengers and crew of 200 It ii suffered a f e a r f u 1L y smashed bow and one her jost mornng Roderick LaFleur 18 of 53 Hoosick St home on leave from the Air Force who surrendered to Troy police yesterday noon and who was arrested on charges Washington Army I d was amigned of aTsuCW before Judge Thomas J OCon urface missiles regardless of nor this morning Rosary m had Nan ucket range licenses Into Building New Castle Pa stricken Air Force Jet training angle andrescue vessels raced mostly 3 tourist clanship from all points of the compass toj She the rescue Upon arrival lifeboats into the sea at feverish haste to wardthe Andrea Doria er could not lower its own craft because of its listing po 51 lon tonaVagekraongthe a worlds passenger vessels arr w lts was on her hfteitp leg of her olstv round trip on the other ships with and the United ly only sevenpersons injured Utatp I O He was given a 24hour adplane dropped out of the twi Gen Maxwell D Taylor Army I journment and remanded lo light sky last night crashed inlo chief of staff told a Senate Rensselaer County Jail in lieu of j Armed Services Subcommittee reU500 cash bail or building housing a grocery cently that the Army is under nokaii limitation either by Af fKHav was For several hours the Andrea pm i released action as to the range of missiles agreement or Joint Chiefs of Staff reieased in S5QO cash bail for hls 1 it may use The other two men arrested in Taylors testimony madeipubconnection with the case are he today by Md Acevedo Locado 23 of investigating relative USSovet 5th AveandWilliam De air power appeared to clash with and who A floimc tn rvnmarv rp store and apartments and burst to flames leveling the struc ure The two crewmen bailed f the plane shortly before rashed They suffered Great Crusade So long as we have a power ful determined dynamic and yes a patriotic such as isrepresented by the Amer ican Legion we cannot fail in 56 The licenses of four other Troy our great crusade to make the 48V4 48Vt restaurants have been suspendedjworld safe for the individual for democracy for personal liberty 108 108 108 I James F Bell 70 Ferry Stif0r human decency Produce Prices Mencrnds I Thirty days five days remitted Turning to New York State af because of no contest plea befairs DeSapio said j ginning Aug 6 to Aug 31 Per You have in a very real and jmitted the premises to become substantial measure reflected and disorderly and sales of alcoholic enhanced the social philosophy Market TVSS weaker lor cabbase and FRUITS Cherries 15 qls 6 qt Raspberries red 21 pt black 2t pf VEGETABLES preen 3 ptc Beans wax 3 pk Greens H bu Broccoli doz bchs Cabbage preen Bruce Cabbage Red crate Cabbage Savov bu Cauliflower crate Celery Hearts doz Com sweet 50 Cucumbers 3 pks EndIve bu Ltttuce Romaine TS lettuce Iceberg 16 heads leaf 3 pks Onions green 100 bchs Peppers bu Potatoes bu Radishes 100 bchs Squash sreen Squash yellow i bu ffomatoes JA bu Turnips topped v bu 400 400 Air Force claims to primary re sponsibility in the ballistic mis siles field The Army chief also foresaw the times when Armycontrolled missiles will take over one of the Air Forces assigned providing close support for Army ground units While Taylor was in the wit ness chair Chairman Symington a former Air Force sec etary asked the general wheth r the Key West interservice greement of 1948 justifies Army se of the 1500 mile intermedi te range missile The Key West greement still in force is the a s i c memorandum of under tanding among the armed forces pelling out roles and missions Yes Taylor replied be ause that paper says specifically hat the role of the Army is sus ained ground combat and the are accused of the theft of art automobile from the lot of the Motors Inc at 108th St and lr0225 150225 100125 200250 75100 125175 100 250300 175 150200 250325 100 100 100125 325150 n00500 150200 450 00500 50100 357S 6007M 175 beverages lo an intoxicated perwhich has guided the state ad son ministrations policy toward al Anthohy J Casorelli 100102 deviating the problems to those Fifteen days beginof our fellow ring Aug 6 to Aug 21 Sale of ly the aged the infirm and the alcoholic drinks to an intoxicated troubled youth of your communi person sale of such drinks for ties offpremises consumption and Discussing the cold war am knowingly employing a person the free worlds struggle agains prohibited by law to work on the communism DeSapio said premises Stalin has been Antoinette Gallo 664 2nd Ave dead for almost three and one Ten days beginning Aug 6 to 1 half years But the legacy o Infant Daughter Of Rip Coleman Dies At Hospital Rip Coleman left the New Yankees in Chicago today r to fly home to Troy for the fu neral of his 5dayold daughter The baby died last night in the Hospital of a con genital heart ailment Friends said that the baby had been ill since birth Dr Alan S Totty was the attend ing physician Funeral services for the baby will be held here Friday The Colemans have another child 2nd Ave These men waived examination pending action of the grand jury and were sent to the Rensselaei shock County Jail Patrolman Andrew R Allen o the Mechanicville Police Depart ment had chased the stolen ca down Main stret in that city with speeds up to 90milesanhour be ng registered at times The ca inally went out of control an truck a drain pipe in front o 88 S Main St Allthree occu pants fled the scene after whic Allen fixed two warning shots was found crouchin down in high grass near th sceneand DeSapio was caught some time later walking along he street LaFLeur surrendered Aug 16 Permitted gambling on murder of rape of pillage an premises on various of the destruction of human de occasions cencywhich was his awful con Peter and Helen Bazar 344 1st tnbution to history lives on i St Five days beginning Aug 1 the guise of the smiling semi to 6 permitted alcoholic human creatures who inhabit the beverages to be sold on credit forbidden regions of the Krem The restaurant liquor license of linr Henry J Dupuis 40 High St DeSapio Democratic national Gfeen Island is suspended for 15 committeeman conveyed greet davs beginning Aug 6 to Aug 21 ings to the convention from Mew for permitting premise to York Gov Averell Hamrnan con become disorderly and for allowtender for the Democratic presi u v Manttnl nnminatmn 15 mr destruction of hostile ground orces and the 1500mile missile will do just that Symington wanted to know if the Key West agreement or any other working papers put any limit on the range of missile used by the Army Nothing affecting surfaceto surface missiles Taylor replied At another point the genera said that the Joint Chiefs o Staff have never restricted rang with respect to surf acetosurf a c missiles In Rome Italian Minister Doria s captain and senior offi Merchant Marine Gennarp Cas cers held to their ship sianitermed With limited radio communicagr4atest loss in the hons the cause of the staggering Italian meccnant minor bruises as they landed in a vni0 eld eight miles awayv collision remained a mystery 1 We are all in mourning ht The Andrea Doria it was readded ported was equipped with Cargo aboard the Andrea Dork which or on her final trip i includeoVfood would have enabled it tqstuffs furniture handicraft and spot another vessel miles away QnVP On only even in fflg ciceleton nfficpr rrpw mari 5heieion omcer crew man agedto start pumps going and OnlyMrs Sylvester Bockum for a time managed to halt the vas in the building when the increase in its starboard listBut plane hit She ran screaming to the effort finally failed afety and was hospitalized for Jack Delaney a reporter for hock the New Bedford Mass Standard Six other persons in the neightimes flew over the scene short1 borhood also were treatedfor ly after daylight Her ornate decorations in what the line termed gallery of modern Ital art executed of s ioremqstpainterssculp and Despite a heavy haze which Fire Lt Welling Pulford esti1 clung to the sea he said he could mated damage to the building see that the Andrea Doria looked andits Contents at about575000 like a broken toy and that the Crewmen aboard the plane Stockholms bow looked like bowl of spaghetti Portland Maine to New to Plainclothesmen Vincent Cun ningham Thomas Kennedy and Harold McKeon at Central Sta tion yesterday noon Small Game Season To Open Oct 15 In Many Counties Albany in alljday Blind Boy Happy With Second Artificial Eye Orlando Fla Si boles two artificial eyes dont quite match but it doesnt worry the happy 4yearold Hes glad to get the bandage were Lt W K Ryanand Lt G E McCleod Police said the them they were en York nine Coast Guard cutters route from Stewart AFB Newsped to the stricken ships New burgoo Chanute Field 111 The socalled unsinkable motor life craft was based at Perrin AFB boats also were ordered out from Texas I the Cape Cod area A fruit ship the Cape Ann was the first mercantile rescuer to ar rive It got there shortly after midnight and launched lifeboats while the Andre Doria played spotlights into the fog The Cape Ann took on 200 sur vivors The French Ocean queen He de France like the Stockholm first public appearances at thelfresh out of New York arrived world premiere of the motion about 2 am Natitucket including the crewman who died Three of the injured also were crewmen Theother was a 7 yearbld Italian girl whosii name not immediately learned All fractures Miss Universe To Appear At Claverack Event Carpi Morris of QttumwaIowa who was recently crowned Miss Universe will make one of her Radar Failure Baffles Navy Continued From Page 1 off Do I look pretty again he asked his father after an artifi cial left eye was fitted yester picture Walk the Proud at Claverack Wednesday The showing of the picture will be at the Community Theater in Hud son but a pageant and parade in Claverack will precede the event The picture is based on the life of John Philip Cium who was 3orn in Claverack and who gained fame as an Indian agent and the capturcr of Geronimo Clum died in 1932 at the age of 81 During his career he also was a newspaper publisher in Ticson and Tombstone Ariz ing gambling dential nomination who is cur grocery store beer license gently on a western speaking SECOND HELPING Knoxville Tenn il Judge Robert Taylor about to pass judgment on Walter Ray Giles for a second moonshining asked Did your pre vious sentence help you Walter Yes sir but I guess this one will do me more good Giles replied of Anthony Derico 19 Burke St Mechanicville is suspended for 30 days five days remitted because of no contest plea beginning Aug 6 to Aug 31 for sales of alcoholic beverages to a minor on various occasions A suspension of 15 days five days remitted because of no con test plea has been imposed on Paul Wolfram Union avenue RD 1 Saratoga Springs begin ning Aug 6 to Aug 16 for sales of alcoholic drinks lo a minor on several occasions Too Late To Classify live in fomc experi ence in nursing care desired Steady position Salary position AS 230ai Rites Held For Miss Hanaman The funeral of Miss Helen U Hanaman for many years one o th6 most active members of th Albany Episcopal Diocese wa held from St Johns Episcopa Church st am today wU Rev Bradford H Burnham rec tor officiating Bearers wer win party uholfriends of the family Intermen article at 32 River St please contact was in Oakwood Cemetery our drivers Unhurt n Area Crash Cars owned by Wynantskill nd Watervliet men collided at George and Hamilton streets Green Island at noon today but no one was injured Green Island police said that Paul J Carl of 44 Atlantic Ave Wynantskill was driving east on Hamilton street and Raefale Sac co of 708 19th St Watervliet was driving north on George street when the collision oc curred The Carl machine was damaged and had tp be towed from the scene but the Sacco car was able to proceed under its own power OWN THEIR HOMES New 56 per cent of the nations families now own their own homes compared with less than 44 per cent in 1940 but Long Island and the 12 west ern New York counties will fire the opening shots of the states small game season Oct 15 The State Conservation De partment said today that cock pheasants squirrels cottontail rabbits and ruffed grouse par tridge would be open game start ing then Rev James Sibole assured his did and the boy went son ne home happy to play on the swing iet and whirligig in his back yard It was only a week after an Hearing Held On Air Routes TheCivil Aeronautics Board in Washington DC today heard arguments on proposed local serv ice air routes affecting Erie Pa and New York Communities operation removed Mikes and Dumber of Ohio cerous eye But the banage both ered him when a heat rash broke out under it and he asked for his Testifying cr behulf of Mo lavvk Airlines were Congressman Leo W OBrien Sen Irving M Oct 22 in the Lake Plains coun ties Erie Genesee Livingston Monroe Niagara Ontario Or leans Seneca Wsyne Wyoming Yates and Chautauqua The season opens Nov 1 on Long Island The department said that for the first time in state history there would be a season for wild hen pheasants Shooting these new eye The surgeon who removed Mikes right eye two years ago tnd ihe left one last week ap proved the boys request He had expected it would be several weeks before an artificial eye would be fitted over the plastic sphere inserted at the time of the operation An optical firm representative counties of Clinton Essex Frank lin Lewis St Lawrence Putnam Rockland Westchester and Suf folk Thepheasant limit in these counties is two per day six per season The total includes both hth and cock pheasants Tne sea son b Nov 1 to Dec 31 for Suf folk County aad Oct 15 to Nov 3 for the other eight It was the He de France that flashed word of the successful rescue operation At am she radioed All passengers rescued pro ceeding New York full more help needed At least three other vessels ar rived within a matter of 24 hours The Navy alerted a number of its ships including the giant air craft carrier Tarawa to proceed from port weather permitting The Coast Guard said the sea was not heavy A 13mile wind was blowing The Doria out of Genoa with a crew of 500 was due in New York today The Stockholm was en route to Goeteborg with 500 passengers and 200 crew Not since the Titantic carried 1157 persons to a watery grave in 1912 had there been as poten tially a grave peacetime commer Ives and Taber W Congressmen John Sieriing Cole Wil the blackness of nigKt and weather at distances greater than half a mile and less than The experts emphasized they have no way of knowing what actually happened They assumed however that both ships were equipped with a commercial type of surface search radar They said these radar sets generally work exceptionally well since they are modeled on types made to Navy specifications The deck officer on a ship equipped with radar no longer depends solely on the trained eyes and ears of himself and his lookouts when fog envelops his vessel A radar screen on the bridge shows an electronic beam con Lantly probing all about Targets how up on the screen as little lips which can be charted and plotted Maneuvering boards en able the deck officer to figure the surprise and didnt have an eye that quite matched Mikes right one A better matching job will come later Mike is getting around thf house well his father reported and is looking forward to going to Miami next month with his mother and 20monthold brother Mike will attend a preschool class for blind children at Miami liam R Williams Clarence E Kilburn and Bernard W Kearney all of New York state They testified after a hearing examiner had recommended re jection of competing applications of Mohawk Airlines to extend its route from Bradford Pa to Eric and Detroit and of North Central Airlines to extend its route from Detroit to Eric and Buffalo BIRTHDAY JUMP Clarcmont Calif J Fuzz Merritt veteran Po cial ship disaster in the North Atlantic It was in the general vicinitj of last nights crash that radio first was used in a sea rescue On Jan 23 1909 the White Sta Liner Republic and the Italian Ship Florida collided with a los of six lives The distress signa then was CQD Turns Back The French liner He De France turned back in its course to Europe to carry out the bulk of the rescue operations which at tracted a score of liners freight ers transports and Coast Guarc vessels the United Press re course and speed of the other ships and to note when they change course Radar was once a closelyguard ed military secret which helped the US Navy bottom the Japa nese and German fleets Now it is available commercially and most modern ships are equipped with it Experts have said in the past that if ship radar was kept in working order and properly used it would prevent marine disasters such as occurred when the Ti tanic rammed an iceberg and sank mona College football coach cel ebrated his his 60th July 8 by making his first ski jump at nearby Mt Baldy on plastic snow Merritt began skiing at the age of 40 ported The French liner picked al most 1000 survivors the military transport Thomas 165 the com GRANTED An interlocutory decree has been granted by Supreme Court Justice Roscoe V Elsworth in fa vor of Violet Newman 42Vi George St Green Island annul ing her marriage to Charles J Newman 285 6th Ave Troy Custody of a child is given to the mother with weekly for sup port The coupb were married July 12 1947 at Keene NH Alexander Turchick was the at torney for the plaimiff and mercial vessel Cape Ann 168 and Burke Burke appeared for the Stockholm several hundreddefendant   

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