Glens Falls Post Star (Newspaper) - November 22, 1976, Glens Falls, New York Glens Falls Area Obituaries Guy (*. Ia\mutton WHITEHALL - Guy G Livingston. 79, of 24 Neddo St., Whitehall, died Friday (Nov. 19, 1976) in the Rutland, Vt., Hospital Born Nov 28, 1896 in Fort Ann, he was the son of Pliny (Jack) and Delia (Corlew) Livingston. Mr. Livingston was the retired proprietor of Livingston’s Garage, Whitehall A member of Pheonix Lodge 96, Free and Accepted Masons, he was also a member of Champlain Chapter 25, Royal Arch Masons, and Washington Council 52 Survivors include his wife, the former Cora Sawyer; a daughter, Mrs Frank (Jane) Cioffi of Clemons, two sisters, Mrs Mary Jones of Albany and Mrs George Miller of Glens Falls, three step brothers, Fred Ellis of Georgia and David and Charles Ellis, both of Albany; a granddaughter; a great-grandson and several nieces and nephews Services will be at IO a m today at the United Methodist Church of Whitehall Rev Harry Winkler, pastor, will officiate.
Interment will be in Green Mount Cemetery, Whitehall. Bearers will be Robert Kingsley, Robert Nash, David Sawyer, Kenneth Smith, Norman MacLeod and Newton Horton Arrangements are under the direction of the Jillson Funeral Home, Whitehall Lee W. Ashton JACKSON - Lee W Ashton of Jackson died Saturday (Nov 20, 1976 > at Mary McClellan Hospital. Cambridge, after a brief illness He was born in Hoosick Falls, the son of Andrew F and Gertrude t Woodard) Ashton Mr Ashton operated a dairy farm on Scotch Hill Road in Jackson for many years A 50-year member of Salem Lodge 391, Free and Accepted Masons, he was also a member of the First United Presbyterian Church of Salem For many years he was active in the Veteran s On the Job Training School Survivors include his w ife, the former May Burroughs; a son, Roger of Jackson; two granddaughters, and several nieces and nephew s Graveside services will be conducted at 2 p rn Tuesday in Evergreen Cemetery, Salem Friends may call from 7 to 8 tonight at the McClellan Funeral Home, East Broadway.
Salem Masonic services will be conducted by Salem Lodge 391, Free and Accepted Masons, at 8 p rn today at the funeral home The family has suggested that memorials be made in the form of contributions to the Proudfit Building Fund in care of James Tomasi of Salem Funeral Notices MRS SCRIBNER GANSEVOORT Ser vices for Mrs Jessie M Schribner, ll am today, Regan and Denny Funeral Home, Quaker Road. Glens Falls.
Interment, Gan sevoort Cemetery. Bearers: Harold and Carl DeRush, Wesley MacLeod, Donald Green, Robert Menger and John Washburn. ADAM MILLER SALEM — Services for Adam Miller, IO a rn. today, St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Salem. Interment, Evergreen Cemetery, Salem. TORE J JOHANSON Services for Tore J. Johanson, IO a rn. today, Regan and Denny Funeral Home, Quaker Road. Glens Falls Interment, Pine Grove Cemeterv, Tribes Hill.
MRS EMMA SCHRADER NEWPORT RICHEY, Fla. — Graveside services for Mrs Emma Schrader, 2 p m Monday, Corinth Rural Cemetery. She is survived by a sister, Mrs Fred (Marguerite) Jones of Hudson Falls and two brothers, Corliss Varney of Hudson Falls and Lewis P. Varney of Glens Falls Wilton W y lit* SALEM - Wilson Wylie. 89, of Salem, died Friday (Nov. 19, 1976) at Ben nington Convalescent Center, Bennington, Vt.
, follow ing a long illness He was born Sept 21, 1887 and was a retired farmer and gunsmith. He is survived by several cousins. Services will be at I p m today at the McClellan Funeral Home, Salem, with Rev. Sturgis Poorman, pastor of the West Hebron United Presbyterian Church, officiating Interment will be in East Hebron Cemetery Friends may call from noon to I p m today at the funeral home Mrs. Jennie S.
Allen Mrs Jennie S. Allen, 97, of RD I, Ridge Road, Glens Falls, died Sunday (Nov 21. 1976) at Eden Park Nursing Home, Glens Falls Born in Fort Edward, she was the widow of Philetus Allen Mrs Allen was one of the oldest members of the Christ Church Methodist of Glens Falls. She is survived by a daughter, Mrs Victor (Louise) Bishop of Queensbury; a son, II Clifford Allen of Prescott. Ariz.; two grandchildren; three great-grandchildren and two great-great grandchildren Services will be at 2 p rn Tuesday at the Potter Funeral Home, 136 Warren St.
, Glens Falls Rev Arthur Hagy, pastor of the Christ Church Methodist, will officiate Interment will be in Union Cemetery, Town of Fort Edward There will be no calling hours Mr*. Hr rf Ila J. Henderson EASTON — Mrs Bertha J Henderson, 85, of Easton, died Saturday (Nov. 20. 1976) at Putnam Memorial Hospital. Bennington, Vt., after a short illness Born March 27, 1891 in Easton, she had been a life resident of the Easton area Mrs Henderson was the widow of George Henderson She was a member of the Easton United Methodist Church and was organist of the church for many years She is survived by a son, Taylor S.
; a daughter. Mrs. Natalie Beck, a brother, Welling Wells, all of Easton; 13 grandchildren, 29 greatgrandchildren, and several nieces and nephews Services will be conducted at 2 p m Tuesday at the Flynn Bros Funeral Home. 80 Main St., Greenwich Rev How ard Hills, pastor of the Easton United Methodist Church, w ill officiate Interment will be in Greenwich Cemetery Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p rn today at the funeral home The family has suggested that memorials be made in the form of contributions to the Greenwich Rescue Squad Mr*.
Dorothy R. Jackson SOUTH GLENS FALLS -Mrs Dorothy R Jackson, 81, a resident of 10815 Feeder Dam Road, South Glens Falls, died Sunday (Nov. 21, 1976) at her home after an extended illness. She was the widow of Howard B Jackson Mrs. Jackson was a member of the United Methodist Church of South Glens Falls and the Moreau Garden Club. She was past president of the Senior Citizens Club of South Glens Falls and served as leader of the workshop of the Senior Citizens Club Survivors include a son, Howard L.
; three granddaughters, Mrs. Leslie Fosmer and Miss Kay Jackson, all of South Glens Falls, and Mrs. Susan Hubbell of Caroga Lake; two great-granddaughters; a brother, George W Reynolds of Ballston Spa; a cousin and several nieces and nephews. Services will be at 2 p m Tuesday at the Clark Funeral Home, 136 Main St., South Glens Falls. Rev Clayton Burgess, pastor of the United Methodist Church of South Glens Falls, will officiate.
Interment will be in the family plot in Southside Cemetery. Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p m. today at the funeral home. PAULE PERKETT Post-Star Ad Man, 38, Dies Paul E Perkett, 38, of 3 Schoolhouse Road, Glens Falls, a display advertising account representative for The Post-Star, died unexpectedly Sunday (Nov. 21. 1976) at Glens Falls Hospital. He was born Nov. 2, 1938 in Albany, the son of Chester and Evelina (Tougaw) Perkett Mr Perkett married the former Mary Fish.
May 13. 1961 in Hudson Falls He had been employed by The Post-Star since January. I960 Survivors besides his wife include a son. Paul E. , a daughter. Miss Lvnn Perkett, and a brother. Jack, all of Glens Falls; a sister. Mrs Roseleen Hogan of Hudson Falls, and several aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews. Services w ill be at IO a m Tuesday at the Carleton Funeral Home. 68 Main St.. Hudson Falls Rev Arthur Hagy Jr.
, pastor of the United Methodist Church of Glens Falls, will officiate Cremation will be at the Gardner Earl Crematory. T roy Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p rn today at the funeral home The family has suggested that memorials be made in the form of contributions to the charity of the contributors choice Dav id S. Gates FORT EDWARD-David S. Gates, 61. a resident of 23 Washington St . Fort Edward, died Saturday Nov 20, 1976) at Glens Falls Hospital after a long illness Mr.
Gates was an honorable member of the George Satterly Hose Co and a member of St James Episcopal Church of Fort Edward He is survived by his wife. Dorothy; a son, Daniel of Fort Edward; a daughter. Holly of Long Island; three sisters. Mrs Catherine Rivers of Hudson Falls, Mrs. Madeline Savage of Fort Edward and Mrs Alice Saehrig of Troy, and several nieces and nephews Services w ill be at IO a rn Tuesday at St James Episcopal Church with Rev J Kurt Szhelikotf, officiating Interment will be in Union Cemetery.
Town of Fort Edward Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p m today at the Wright Funeral Home, 19 East St., Fort Edward The George Satterly Hose Co will meet at 7 tonight at the hose room Mr*. Adelaide Brown Buhr m a* ter SARATOGA SPRINGS -Mrs. Adelaide Brown Buhrmaster, 73, of 7 Stratton St., Saratoga Springs, died Friday (Nov 19, 1976) at Saratoga Hospital after a long illness.
A life resident of Saratoga Springs, she was graduated from nursing school at Ellis Hospital, Schenectady, where she worked as a registered nurse Mrs. Buhrmaster is the widow of Neil W. Buhrmaster She is survived by a brother-in-law, Kenneth E Buhrmaster of Scotia, and several cousins Services will be at 2 p m Tuesday at the Bussing Cunniff Funeral Home, Saratoga Springs. Rev. Howard R Foy, pastor of the West Glens Falls Community Chapel, will officiate.
Interment will be in Dunning Street Cemetery. There will be no calling hours. John I.. MiU'lich SCHROON LAKE - John L Miletich, 58, of Schroon Lake, died unexpectedly Saturday (Nov. 20, 1976) at Fox Memorial Hospital, Oneonta Mr. Miletich had owned and retired from the Orange County Mink Farm in Goshen He was a member of the Schroon Lake Fish and Game Club and the Schroon North Hudson Snowmobile Club.
Survivors include his w ife, Doris Ruger; his mother, Mrs. Theresa Miletich of Goshen, a son, John Jr of Malone; a daughter, Mrs Geraldine Heinzelman of Hamptonburgh; a sister, Mrs. Dorothy Williams of Goshen, and five grand children A Mass of the Resurrection will be celebrated at IO a rn Wednesday at St John s Church, Goshen Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p rn Tuesday at the Lippincott Funeral Home, 107 Murray Ave.
, Goshen The family has suggested that memorials be made in the form of contributions to the National Kidney Foundation Louin A. Ladabouche Louis A Ladabouche, 82, of John Burke Apartments, Glens Falls, died Saturday (Nov. 20, 1976) at West Mount Infirmary, Glens Falls, after a long illness He was employed for many years by Diamond Taxi, formerly of Glens Falls Survivors include his wife, Blanche; three step daughters; two sisters.
Mrs Charles Columbo of Ripton, Vt., and Mrs Holland Burgess of Rutland. Vt.; a brother, Arthur of Melbourne. Fla . and several grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews. Services w ill be conducted at the convenience of the family. Cremation will follow in the Gardner Earl Crematory. Troy Arrangements are under the direction of the Sullivan and Minahan Funeral Home. 67 Park St . Glens Falls Explorer Post Meets HUDSON FALLS - The first meeting of Explorers Law Enforcement Post 149 was held Wednesday at the Hudson Falls Courthouse The meeting was attended by 23 persons, aged 15 through 19.
who have expressed a desire to learn about careers in law enforcement Steve Heller of the Mohican Council presented a slide presentation on what being an Explorer involves A tentative program outline was distributed to participants with an explanation of future projects given by Washington County Sheriffs Department Detective Ronald O’Neil The teens will be involved with law enforcement, with field trips to facilities utilized by local agencies planned Any teen in the 15 to 19-year age bracket who would iike to join the Explorer Post or obtain additional information may contact O’Neil through the Washington County Juvenile Aid Unit, located in the annex building on Lower Main Street, Hudson Falls.
O’Neil and Detective Patrick Appier are advisors to the newly-created group and Sheriff Clyde Cook is executive officer Correction Christine Cabral of Zaltz Road was acquitted of failure to bury a dead animal in Thurman Town Court Monday night It was erroneously reported in the Post-Star that she had been charged with and acquitted of starving a cow and two dogs. Jet Crashes, 2 Killed SPANGDAHLEM • West Germany (AP) — A U.
S. Air Force F4 Phantom jet crashed and killed both American crewmen Monday evening, the Air Force announced Tuesday. Mondo*, Nov. 22, 1976 p°i»Stor, dont Foils N Y —17 w«-t» NAI ONAL AtA’htn Strict liO-Duy F (precast This is the way the nation s weather shapes up in terms of precipitation and temperature for the next 30 days The National Weather Service predicts below normal precipitation and below normal temperatures for the Glens Falls area.
Theater Opens Winter Season By JAMES V GILL Managing Editor Producer David Eastwood launched his first winter season at the Lake George Dinner Theater Friday night with a show entitled “It Better Be Good ” The title of the show could not have been more apropos. It is a risky venture at best — professional theater in Lake George during winter weekends It depends on — and could contribute to — efforts over the past several years to further develop a second season for Warren County's tourism industry An interesting season is planned with Janet Davies.
Jon White and Michael Macken in “Champagne Complex’’ opening Friday. Neil Akins in "An Evening with Mark Twain' opening Dec. 3 and Don Champlin. Clay Courv, Richard Stein and Marilyn Abrams in “Dial M for Murder” opening Jan 7 For such a promise, one could have hoped for a stronger beginning The show stars Marilyn Abrams and Robert Boggs in. as the program says, “A Musical Entertainment Compiled and conceived by The Performers ” It is the kind of show every musical theater performer dreams of doing but probably shouldn't The idea was born — according to program notes — in the wake of Miss Abrams and Boggs success, together, in the LGDT summer show "I Do, I Do.
’’ It is understandable. I supposed, that a song from “I Do, I Do” would be the most creative and best staged number of "It Better Be Good ” That does not say much, however, for the performers who “compiled and conceived” the rest of it It was. on balance, an Flowers——. by George at Flowe CASH P CARK I SPECIALS! THANKSGIVING CENTERPIECES 3” and up NOW THRU THANKSGIVING OPEN THANKSGIVING DAY M2 p.
m. Flowers For All Occasions Spec ladling In Floral tribal** for funeral*. 2 Glendale Dr., Glens Falls (Back of Friendly Ice Cream) CALL ANYTIME 793-3448 Open Mon.-Sat. 8 a m. - 7 p m Sunday 10a.m. - 5 pm Monday SSS i- .. IHI”''(I National Outlook Snow is forecast today for Maine through West Virginia Showers are forecast for Montana. Idaho ana parte of Wyoming, Utah and Colorado. Cold weather is forecast for the Great Lakes states Upstate to Get Light Snow hour and a half of en tertaining albeit illogical songs with mercifully brief, unimaginative continuity The show was preceded by a bountiful and tasty dinner served in the Lake George Holiday Inn banquet room where the LGDT is located “It Better Be Good” repeats at the LGDT Jan 14 15, 28 and 29 and Feb.
ll and 12 Births Births reported Saturday at Glens Falls Hospital included A son to Mr and Mrs. Robert Thompson of Corinth, at 9:32a rn A son to Mr and Mrs Philip Joyce of Blue Mountain Lake. at 12:09 pm A son to Mr and Mrs Dominick Aquilino of 167 Aviation Road, Glens Falls, at 1:36 p m A daughter to Mr and Mrs. Eugene Monroe of Argyle, at 7:49 p rn Sunday births included A son to Mr and Mrs. Richard Austin of Corinth.
at 12 42 a rn A son to Mr and Mrs William Briggs of Schuylerville, at I 40 a rn Money Taken From Market An unknown amount of money was taken from the Convenient Food Market at South and Second Streets around 10:30p rn Saturday The Detective Division of the Glens Falls Police Department is looking for two subjects who took the money from a lone clerk and vanished No description of the subjects was given by police, who were unable to determine whether or not a weapon was involved By The Associated Press Light snow may fall in various areas of upstate New York Monday But the National Weather Service report issued Sunday evening indicated that the only significant accumulations are expected in the snow belt areas off Lake Ontario and Lake Erie and in mountainous regions Highs Monday afternoon will be in the mid 30s while overnight lows will be in the mid 20s An intense storm system was situated over eastern Canada Sunday evening Cold northwesterly winds sweeping down from Canada Sunday were ex pected to continue Monday GLENS FALLS AND UPPER HUDSON VALLEY Today: mostly cloudy, high in low to mid 30s i-l to I C).
Tonight flurries likely. low in low to mid 2()s < -6 to -3 C). Tuesday mostly cloudy. high in low to mid 30s (-I to I C). Chance of precipitation 60 per cent today and tonight ADIRONDACKS Today: mostly cloudy, high in mid 20s (-4 to -2 C Tonight flurries possible, low in mid teens (-IOto -80 Tuesday: mostly cloudy. high in mid 20s 1 -4 to -2 C Chance of precipitation 80 per cent today and tonight WESTERN NEW YORK Today: cloudy with chance of snow .
high in mid 30s (0 to 2 C). Tonight cloudy, low in mid 20s 4 to -2 C). Tuesday mostly cloudy, high in mid 30s <0 to 2 C ) . Chance of precipitation 50 per cent today and tonight CENTRAL NEW YORK Today, cloudy with snow likely, high in mid 30s (0 to 2 C). tonight cloud>. low in mid 20s (-4 to -2 C Tuesday mostly cloudy, high in mid 3()s <0 to 2 C). Chance of precipitation 50 per cent today and tonight Monday, Nov 22,1976 Sunrise 6:56.
Sunset 4 25. Tuesday sunrise 6 57 Morning stars: Jupiter. Saturn. Mercury Evening stars: Mars. Venus The moon new moon. Nov 21. first quarter Nov. 28, full moon. Dec 6, last quarter. Dec 14 Sunday high 35 lit’1 Sunday low - 20 (-6 0 Precipitation none for the period ending 8 pm Sunday) TEMPERATURES The temperatures given are those for the preceding day while accompanying sky forecasts are for today Albany 37 23 sn Albu'que 58 31 clr Amarillo 40 33 Clr Anchorage 36 34 coy Asheville 53 33 clr Atlanta 57 37 clr Birmingham 55 35 clr Bismarck 30 22 cdy Boise 48 30 cdy Boston 39 30 cdy Brownsville 72 56 cdy Buffalo 31 27 cdy Charleston 65 51 clr Charlotte 58 35 clr Chicago 35 30 cdy Cincinnati 40 29 cdy Cleveland 40 23 sn Denver 42 18 clr Des Moines 37 27 cdy Detroit 35 21 cdy Duluth 28 24 cdy Fairbanks 25 3 cdy Fort Worth 59 43 clr Green Bay 31 20 06 cdy Helena 32 13 cdy Honolulu 85 71 cdy Houston 64 56 cdy Ind'apolis 39 29 cdy Jacks Ville 66 54 clr Juneau 43 39 11 rn Kansas City 44 30 clr Las Vegas 77 45 clr Little Bock 52 43 clr Los Angeles 75 54 clr Louisville 42 32 cdy Marquette 20 18 10 cdy Memphis 53 37 clr Miami 78 68 55 clr Milwaukee 35 29 cdy Mpls-St P 36 29 cdy New Orleans 66 54 clr New York 45 35 cdy Okla City 50 38 clr Omaha 40 30 clr Orlando 72 63 25 clr Phiiad phia 49 28 cdy Phoenix 76 48 clr Pittsburgh 42 25 sn P Hand Me 38 25 cdy P Hand Ore 53 45 cdy Ftapid City 35 16 cdy Richmond 58 26 Cdy St Louis 44 32 cdy Salt Lake 56 27 clr San Diego 70 59 clr San Fran 61 55 cdy Seattle 50 42 11 cdy Spokane 35 25 04 M Tampa 71 61 clr Washington 52 31 08 cdy Canadian Cities Edmonton 28 3 Cdy Montreal 27 19 sn Toronto 34 21 cdy Winnipeg 27 21 cdy Chimney Fire Reported SOUTH GLENS FALLS-Village firemen we ailed to the Little Acre Restaurant around 6 p m Sunday to answer a chimney fire The chimney needed cleaning, firemen said It started sparking and shooting flames There was no damage, said firemen, who were at the scene for about a half hour Wilton firemen were called to a grass fire later in the afternoon off the Northway just south of Exit 17.
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