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Times Record, The (Newspaper) - September 19, 1970, Troy, New YorkThe times record Troy n. Y., saturday evening september 19, 1970 of a personnel and patrons plus an Amateur baseball to relax moments after two masked Holdup Junen took from Lansing Bugh Branch of Marine Midland National Bank. Authorities detained Icv Melyon the left using the phone is miss Mary Casey Arr assistant vice president of he Bank. Seated wearing f. Baseball uniform is mrs. Thomas w. O Brien of 16 110th St., who in solicit ing in behalf of the Lansingburgh Independent baseball league. Photographer Harry. Mckenna look the picture from the building would not permit him to go inside the Bank. Joan Fontaine Waterford be 3-1287 Church notes in St. Anne s Rev. Edmund p. Cox. Mass at a 10 . And Boon. St. Mary s Rev. Ralph v. Stain Jer . Mass at and u . And Federated Rev. James g. Patterson a ., worship North building. Rev. Oliver j. Warren guest. Grace episcopal Rev. Be valid l. Harrison. 8 ., holy eucharist and 10 ., choral eucharist Sermon. 3 ., Voith Fellowship picnic. Waterford United methodist Rev. W. Harold Robinson. A.m., sunday school. 11 ., worship. Stanlcy Klob. Ntja.m., sunday school ., youth Lamos room 11 ., worship 7 ., service. Ford auxiliary slaves meeting the auxiliary of tha j. W. Ford Hose co. Will conduct an open meeting monday at 8 Jar wives of members interested in joining. Mrs. Helen Robitaille president will be refreshments will be served wider the direction of mrs. Carol Vandervoort and mrs. Marge Fletcher. Calendar work begins the Waterford a a 1 f m o o n Community Calendar fund Rais ing project for 1971 is under Way according to mrs. James l Gorham jr., chairman. Mrs. Gorham said the Community Calendar has become an essential tool for All Waterford ians As it lists the names and dates of ail organizational meet Ings along with birthdays anniversaries and Many other per Sonal remembrances. The Calendar also features a directory of local activities for in year. Workers and canvassers Are being approached to help in this project and volunteers Are needed. Those interested should Contact jars. Gorham. Guest minister Rev. Oliver j. Warren former master of the first presbyterian Church will be guest minister sunday at the Federated Church of Waterford. Or. Warren is re ired and resides at Hudson Falls. Court collects total of in driving cases a total of for motor vehicle violations and s3 in parking fines was collected in Waterford s court of special sessions recently by town Justice Kenneth j. Plummer appearing before Justice Phi Nimer and fined were Thom As r. Ippolito of .37 Clemelle Lane Waterford for an unsafe a ticket issued by chief George Brisson a ii. Catanzarita of bldg a Apt. A-12 Griswold Heights Troy for passing a Stop sign on a sum Mons by officer John Proctor and David Gibson of 207 Elm St., Schenectady on a reduced charge of unsafe tires on a ticket by officer John Bakerian. Beach warrants were issued for Mark a. Lanou re 2, route 9, Mechanicville for speeding Over limit Stuart Rowe re 1, Van Winkle drive runs Delacr for illegal parking and Marion French of Griswold Heights Troy also for illegal parking switches system Auckland government has approved new Zea land s conversion to the me Rii system of measurement Over a seven year period. Home Bureau unit to meet monday the Fordian Home Bureau trill conduct a business meeting monday at In the faculty room of the Waterford Halfmoon school. Home Bureau news and projects for the com ing year will be discussed. Mrs. Thomas Murray and mrs. Gary Hajeck will be Host esses for the evening. All Mem Bers should take a guest. Any one interested in joining the Kordian chapter which meets the fourth monday of each month at the school May attend this meeting. Miss Heiden s rites conducted the funeral of miss Bertha Heiden of Waterford was held Oday from he finn funeral Rome Waterford with Rev. La and l. Harrison Rector race episcopal Church of Warford officiating. Bearers were John Wheeler George Eli Endert Winfield Raught Bruce Chapman and Clifford and Robert. Schultz. Interment was in Oakwood cemetery where father har Rison officiated. Communion program will begin wynantsk1ll mrs. J. F. Bowman es3-uj for your convenience. Garden shop open sunday 10 am to 4pm Reg. Spreading yews 18-24 inches toll. Reg. Medium size yews Glove upright or Reg. Show Lawn turf food 2 for 25-7-70. Covers Al. Hardy and Beautiful mums your Choice of Colon. 1 Ortho Lawn food reduced 25% it. It. Coverage. 16 Reg. 2-Gal size Juniper or arborvitae hurry to Lave right now. 2 Reg. Upright yews up Riglis or spreading. 2j5 Reg. Crabgrass preventer covers 2500 so. It. Imported dutch Tulip bulbs your Choice of colors. 5 60. Lawn and Garden clean up bags 7 by. Site. 5 in pkg. 66 on Sale Albany store the program for the firs holy communion will begin a. St. Jude s Church sunday sept 27. All parents of children in Grade 2 this year or repeating Grade a who have not mad their first holy communion will meet in the Library of dam anti Hal at 8 , Rev. Charles v. Dammann pastor said that since this pro Gram involves both parents mothers and fathers should at tend the meeting. Troop to meet Cadette girl scout troop 443 will meet monday at in the senior i High room of the first reformed Church under he leadership of mrs. Marion s. Jones. Planning session set a planning session for Ali in the Mon Day evening religious program at the Center for girls will be held monday it At school. Volunteers from the local churches should Contact Rev Russell f. Pater protestant chaplain Al the school to resume Meef Fng Junior girl scout troop 7b sponsored by St. Jude s Rosary altar society will resume its regular schedule wednesday at In St. Jude s dam Mann Hall. Uniforms Are not needed until october mrs. William Nugent Leader advised. Any girl nol planning to remain in troop should Contact mrs Nugent after 4 At her Home. out Fortaleza Brazil a the governor of Northern Ceara slate has wiped he town of co coi off the map. A Federal tax court recommended the action after discovering the "town1 was an area completely enclosed by a prominent family s ranch and had been receiving state and Federal financial Aid for years. Nortonville mrs. H. S. Humphrey 663-Szia mrs. Percy Carpenter was hostess Pittstown women s society Christian service for their first fall meeting. Mrs. Gaylord Campbell newly in Seal cd president was in charge. She announced that a sub District meeting will be held oct. 2z at Christ United methodist Church in Johnsonville. Plans were made to hold rummage Sale oct. 2 and 3 at the pit Slown United a methodist Church Hall. Mrs. Frank shelf or and mrs. Stanley Campbell were named the committee. A food Sale will be held in connection Wilh the rummage Sale with mrs. Leighton Holbritter chairman. The society Wujs have a food Booth while elephant at the sea Market oct. 17 on grounds at Campbeli auction room in Pittstown. Sirs. David Hubbard mrs. Stanley Humphrey and mrs. Boyd Kaultz Are in charge of the food Booth. Will collect old dishes bottles jars jewelry Etc. Elephant table. Mrs. Shelter presented a pro Gram which was followed by Fellowship hour the next meet ing will he oct. 14. At Church Hall in the form of a member ship Lea with a special pro ram. All women of the Church and Community Are invited to attend. Mrs. John Poland of crops by Ville mrs. Herbert Reed and mrs. Howard Topping of by Nail swim were recent guess of or. And mrs. Silas Reed ailing priest honoured on 50th year a co celebrated mass in Hon or of Rev. Waller 9ampbell, was pastor of St. Yemeni s Church from 1939 to 1845, was said at the Saratoga Springs Church recently. Father Campbell who is totally Blind and has had Twilli legs amp ated to the hips is currently a patient at the St. Clement s in Observance marked father Campbell s Golden Jubilee of vows. In has been at the infirmary for the past 15 months father Campbell is credited Vith assisting in the establish went of tie infirmary for elder y and infirm Radem Florist priests 30 years ago. Father Campbell 72, is a native of bos on mass. He is suffering from tuberculosis cancer and Leles. After leaving Saratoga Springs father Campbell served the order for 21 years in he South before retirement. Present for the Celebration vere very Hev. Martin j. Murhy ., current pastor of St. Clements and Rev John Krimm ., former pastor. Attending the co celebrants of the anniversary mass were very Seph a ., Jubilee mass in the Chapel of dem Forist provincial of North the Redemptor isl infirmary most Rev. Bishop James Mcmanus i auxiliary of new York most Rev Yard Galligan Superior general of the Edri Rundle fathers and a Grad uate of St. Clement s school in Saratoga Springs and Rev. James Clune ., former pastor of is. Clements who gave the homily. Schuylerville Man faces driving count Cliris Stoner j. 72, of a 3, Schiwi Clerville was a ested by Saratoga Springs to ice on a charge of driving White Loxi rated after Theca he was be rating struck a parked car wed by Dan Andreadakis of .55 Phila Street about thursday. Following the Accident Nally s alleged to have backed his car onto the sidewalk in front of the slate Bank building. The marked car was damaged in the Eft rear police said inv Esli rating were patrolmen Ronald Yons and Fred Noyes. Vatican sets ecumenical guidelines Vatican City Vatican urged roman catholics Day to drop old religious s and make efforts toward isl Ian Unity their daily the Vatican s secretariat for promoting Christian Unity is sued a new set of guidelines for ecumenical dialogues with other denominations. It urged individual Bishops to Foster conversations on All Levels and said roman catholics have Many things to learn from other communions. Ecumenism must become our daily the Rev. Jerome Ramer Secretary of the secretariat said in presenting the document at a news conference. He said considerable Progress has been made since the Christian unify movement be Gan during the Vatican ecumenical Council but continuing Effort is needed. Eastern sector of the United slates very Rev. Joseph cough in vice provincial of the Southeastern sector Rev Walter Campbell the jul Illarian Rev. John Koegan Rev. Be. Or Hines Rev Mau Rice Mcdonald ., Rev. Edward Droesch ., and lev. Kenry Simon The ast five All classmates of rather Campbell. If you have on unused appliance in your Home you can sell it for Cash with a Tow Cost fast acting want and. 272-2000 ask for classified abet. Front our appetizer Shoppe Tobin s Large first prize Bologna Robin s skinless first prize Franks la. No Deposit no return 87 value Coke 6 pack 10 of. Bottles

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