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Vol. 20 No. 2; October 12, 2012

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Fully Loaded, Heated Leather, Moonroof, New Tires, 77K $

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05 CHRYSLER PT CRUISER GT

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03 CHEVY K-2500

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PATSY CLINE CONCERT Join us at the Rensselaer Countys Troy Senior Center, 19 Third St., Troy, for a Patsy Cline Concert with Courtney Shane on Tuesday, October 23. The concert will begin at 11:00 am. in the dining room. At noon, enjoy a wonderful dinner of Chicken Breast W/Fricassee Sauce. You must have reservations for lunch to attend the show. The cost for dinner for seniors 60 years of age or older is a suggested contribution of $2.50. To sign up, call the Center at 270-5349. THE PITTSTOWN HISTORICAL SOCIETY HAS PLANNED THE FOLLOWING EVENT: Bill Valosin will talk about and demonstrate the art of tinsmithing on October 18th at 7:30 PM at the Pittstown town hall in Tomhannock. Valosin will explain the process of tinsmithing, which he describes as a centuries-old trade, a hobby, a creative expression, and a way of learning and sharing history. Valosin will also show several examples of tinsmithing both utilitarian and decorative - such as lanterns, candleholders, cups, bowls, tea canisters etc. Valosin has been tinsmithing intensively for 11 years as a hobby. Free and open to the public. Info: 518-686-7514.

BLOOD PRESSURE CLINIC (revised date change) Rensselaer Countys Everett Wagar Senior Center, 2 Roxborough Road, Grafton, NY will be holding its monthly blood pressure clinic on Friday, October 19 at 10:30 with Rensselaer Countys Health Department. No appointment is necessary. For questions, or to join us for lunch at noon, please contact the center at 518-279-3413. Reservations required for lunch. FLEA MARKET AND CRAFT FAIR Rutland American Legion Auxiliary Unit #31 will be having a Flea Market and Craft Fair on October 27th, 2012 at the Rutland American Legion Post #31 at 33 Washington Street, Rutland, VT from 10:00 - 2:00 PM. To rent a table for $10.00 please contact Sharon Corey at 802-325-3234. Looking forward to seeing alot of shoppers to get an early start on your Christmas shopping. Info: 802-325-3234

THE HEALTHCARE MOVIE TO BE SHOWN ON OCTOBER 15 IN GREENWICH, at 7 PM. The Healthcare Movie will be screened at the Greenwich Library at 148 Main Street for the first Movie Night and Community Conversation of the fall. This new documentary contrasts the American and Canadian healthcare systems. Following the film, Alice Brody, a healthcare activist with Single Payer NY from Albany, will speak briefly about threats to Medicare and the shortcomings of the Affordable Care Act and lead a community discussion of how our healthcare system has affected you and your family. The event is free and open to all. For more information, contact Tracy Frisch, tracyf@fastermac.net or 518/692-8242. MONTHLY BREAKFAST- The VFW form Valley Falls on Popular Street will be holding its monthly breakfast Sunday Oct. 14th 7:30-11:30 sponsored by the Ladies Auxiliary. Cost adults $7 children $3. Menu consists of eggs, French toast, pancakes, bacon, sausage, biscuit & sausage gravy, juice, fruit & coffee.

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HORSEMEN/WOMEN: Kiln dry sawdust and shavings for bedding. 518747-0246 or 518-683-2346 for price and delivery. FOX FUR COAT Silver Fox Fur Jacket with hood by Damselle- Size Med.Worn once- Originally $600 will sacrifice for $300. Call 518 642-2783.

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FOR SALE: 12x24 chain link rectangular surround. Ideal for dog or small farm animal. $800. 518-692-2221. HIGHER CASH PAID FOR COINS, jewelry, gold, silver, watches, diamonds, stamps, sports cards, sterling, anything old. Call Dennis @ 518-583-3479 or 1-800-498-3479.

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2008 DODGE DAKOTA SLT Club Cab, 4WD, 51K .......................................... 2009 DODGE RAM 1500 Quad Cab, 4WD, 41K, 1 Owner, Sold &Serv. Here . 2011 JEEP PATRIOT 4WD, 20K, Fact. Warranty .............................................. 2004 DODGE CARAVAN SE Super Clean, 62K ............................................. 2010 JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE LAREDO Just 16,000 Miles! ...................... 2012 DODGE RAM 1500 Quad Cab, 4WD, 12K ..............................................

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FIREWOOD FOR SALE Green..$135/cord. Dry...$180/cord. 518-703-4200 802-867-4066

SALES PEOPLE NEEDED Apply in person. Carriage Traders 170 Saratoga Avenue, So. Glens Falls, NY 12803

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ROAST PORK DINNER: The Schaghticoke United Presbyterian Church will hold its annual roast pork dinner on Saturday, October 27.. Sittings will be at 5:00 and 6:30 p.m. The church is located at 145 Main Street, near the bridge. We are handicap accessible. Reservations are required. Call Sylvia (753-4545) until 2:00 p.m. on 10/27 AND Barb (664-4030) AFTER 2:00 p.m. on 10/27. 13TH ANNUAL HALLOWEEN PUG PARTY & PARADE Sunday, October 14, 9:00am 3:00 pm @ Dynamite Hill, Chestertown, NY. Free Parking, Admission and Registration Pug Party Tents, Thank You Photos, Contest and awards. Contact: www.northwarren.com pugs@northwarren.com 518-494-2722. pammorin@frontiernet.net 518-696-7184. TURKEY SUPPER: Christ Methodist Church in Johnsonville will have the annual Turkey Supper on Saturday October 20. There will be settings at 5:00 and 6:30. Adult tickets are $10, children 6-12 are $5 and children under 5 are free. Take outs are available. Call 753-4949 for reservations. BECOME THE VOICE OF HUDSON CROSSING PARK! From September through October 20th, Hudson Crossing Park, located on and near Lock 5 in Schuylerville, announces a contest for your VOICE! To enter, download a contest application at www.hudsoncrossingpark.org/bethevoice or call (518) 859-1462 to request an application. The winner/s will be the voice that thousands of people will hear when they listen to Hudson Crossing Parks new environmentally friendly TourMate audio units featuring fascinating stories about the parks history and nature. The winner/s will initially record up to 16 two-minute pre-scripted narratives with opportunities for additional recordings over the next 12-18 months. 2013 TOWN OF WARRENSBURGH BICENTENNIAL - Lets Start Planting! Please join Warrensburgh Beautification as we continue to incorporate blue and gold perennials and annuals into the Towns landscape in anticipation of the 2013 Bicentennial year. Please check with our local garden centers, and ask them to have these colors available in abundance. This Fall the Town of Warrensburgh will be planting blue and gold Spring bulbs as the visual kick off of our Bicentennial year. All residents are encouraged to purchase blue and gold flowering bulbs this Fall. Spring flowering bulbs are the answer for an early shot of color, and planted in mass will truly make a statement. So as we put our gardens to bed this Fall, dont forget to tuck in your bulbs for a burst of blue and gold next Spring!The Warrensburg PTSA will be having a Flower Power Bulb Fundraiser this Fall. Please contact them at WarrensburgPTSA@gmail.com for more information and to place your bulb order.

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COURTNEY LUSKIN, RENSSELAER COUNTY DAIRY PRINCESS TALKS ABOUT GOING GREEN: Today the new thing is to go green or save the earth and energy. So, you may ask yourself what are dairy farms doing to go green, well they are not painting their cows green. Farmers are some of the best environmental stewards of the earth. They work hard to protect the land, air, and water for their farm, family, communities, and for the earth. Farmers work hard to maximize crop yields while minimizing impact to their land and the environment. Some have even turned to alternate sources of energy such as wind or solar power. Farmers also use methane or anaerobic digesters, which take a gas, from the manure that cows produce and make energy. This process reduces to manure odor while generating power for the farm and most often the local community. Farmers care for the land just as much as they do for their animals. Farms work hard every day to produce a wholesome product, milk while being the best environmental stewards. Wagner Dairy Farm located in Rensselaer County has an anaerobic digester, that they installed in the fall of 2010. The Wagners operate a family dairy farm that milks about 350 cows and raises about 300 young stock in Poestenkill. They use digested manure that comes out of the machine that has the liquid removed as bedding for the cows and the liquid is then used as fertilizer. Fertilizer is used in their fields to help increase the yield and growth of the plants and cut down on purchased fertilizer they might need. The crops are grown to feed their cows and heifers that will then produce milk and manure. The milk comes to us in the store or is used to make cheese, yogurt, or another dairy product. And the manure? It goes to the digester. Questions? Call Courtney at 518-663-5220.

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www.addigest.com FALL BOOK SALE. All readers are invited to come down and peruse the stacks in the Basement Sale Room, for it is once again overflowing with books. Bargains to be found, in every genre: current, hardcover best-sellers, classic novels, history books and memoirs, instructional treatisestheres something for everyone at the Greenwich Library Book Sale. The book sale begins on Thursday, October 25th with the traditional Friends-Members Preview Sale from 6 to 8 pm. (Not an up-todate-with-dues Friend? Come anyway, and pay your three dollar dues when you purchase your books!) The sale continues Friday the 26th and Saturday the 27th, from 10am until 5pm. Stop by the library prior to the sale for a coupon that will boost your buying power on Saturday! Book donations are still being accepted at the library, but please recycle your crumbling, moldy books, your textbooks and your National Geographics. For more information, call 518-692-2027, or stop by the library.

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HISTORY OF THE CAR RADIO. One evening, in 1929, two young men named William Lear and Elmer Wavering drove their girlfriends to a lookout point high above the Mississippi River town of Quincy, Illinois, to watch the sunset. It was a romantic night to be sure, but one of the women observed that it would be even nicer if they could listen to music in the car. Lear and Wavering liked the idea. Both men had tinkered with radios (Lear had served as a radio operator in the U.S. Navy during World War I) so it wasnt long before they were taking apart a home radio and trying to get it to work in a car. But it wasnt as easy as it sounds: Automobiles have ignition switches, generators, spark plugs, and other electrical equipment that generate noisy static interference, making it nearly impossible to listen to the radio when the engine was running. One by one, Lear and Wavering identified and eliminated each source of electrical interference.When they finally got their radio to work, they took it to a radio convention in Chicago. There they met Paul Galvin, owner of Galvin Manufacturing Corporation. He made a product called a battery eliminator a device that allowed battery-powered radios to run on household AC current. But as more homes were wired for electricity more radio manufacturers made AC-powered radios.Galvin needed a new product to manufacture.When he met Lear and Wavering at the radio convention, he found it.He believed that massproduced, affordable car radios had the potential to become a huge business.Lear and Wavering set up shop in Galvins factory, and when they perfected their first radio, they installed it in his Studebaker. Galvin drove his Studebaker nearly 800 miles to Atlantic City to show off the radio at the 1930 Radio Manufacturers Association convention. Too broke to afford a booth, he parked the car outside the convention hall and cranked up the radio so that passing conventioneers could hear it.That idea worked He got enough orders to put the radio into production. In those days many companies in the phonograph and radio businesses used the suffix ola for their names Radiola, Columbiola, and Victrola were three of the biggest. Galvin decided to do the same thing, and since his radio was intended for use in a motor vehicle, he decided to call it the Motorola. Selling complicated car radios that cost 20 percent of the price of a brand-new car wouldnt have been easy in the best of times, let alone during the Great Depression Galvin lost money in 1930 and struggled for a couple of years after that. But things picked up in 1933 when Ford began offering Motorolas pre-installed at the factory. In 1934 they got another boost when Galvin struck a deal with B.F. Goodrich tire company to sell and install them in its chain of tire stores. By then the price of the radio, installation included, had dropped to $55. The Motorola car radio was off and running.(The name of the company would be officially changed from Galvin Manufacturing to Motorola in 1947.)In the meantime,Galvin continued to develop new uses for car radios.In 1936, the same year that it introduced push-button tuning, it also introduced the Motorola Police Cruiser, a standard car radio that was factory preset to a single frequency to pick up police broadcasts.In 1940 he developed with the first handheld twoway radio The Handie-Talkie for the U. S. Army. A lot of the communications technologies that we take for granted today were born in Motorola labs in the years that followed World War II. In 1947 they came out with the first television to sell under $200.In 1956 the company introduced the worlds first pager;in 1969 it supplied the radio and television equipment that was used to televise Neil Armstrongs first steps on the Moon.In 1973 it invented the worlds first handheld cellular phone.Today Motorola is one of the largest cell phone manufacturers in the world And it all started with the car radio.WHATEVER HAPPENED TO The two men who installed the first radio in Paul Galvins car? Elmer Wavering and William Lear ended up taking very different paths in life.Wavering stayed with Motorola. In the1950s he helped change the automobile experience again when he developed the first automotive alternator, replacing inefficient and unreliable generators.The invention lead to such luxuries as power windows, power seats, and,eventually, air-conditioning. Lear also continued inventing. He holds more than 150 patents. Remember eight-track tape players? Lear invented that. But what hes really famous for are his contributions to the field of aviation.He invented radio direction finders for planes, aided in the invention of the autopilot, designed the first fully automatic aircraft landing system,and in 1963 introduced his most famous invention of all, the Lear Jet,the worlds first mass-produced, affordable business jet. (Not bad for a guy who dropped out of school after the eighth grade.)

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CRAFTERS & VENDORS WANTED The Rensselaer County Troy Senior Center, 19 Third Street will be holding a Christmas Bazaar on Friday, November 16 from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm. with a wide variety of Christmas crafts and objects for sale. There will also be a Chinese Auction. Vendor tables are available at $10 each. To reserve a table, call 270-5348. 21TH ANNUAL GREATER GREENWICH CHAMBER OF COMMERCE HALLOWEEN PARADE & COSTUME JUDGING on Sunday October 28th at 1:00 pm. Participants should plan to gather at 1:00 pm at the corner of Washington Street and Main Street. The parade will march along Main Street to Academy Street and the parking lot of the Town of Greenwich building at 2 Academy St., where judging will be done.Everyone gets a treat for marching in the parade. Candy & a participant ribbon will be given to all participants and judging will take place in five categories: The Best Dressed Pet, The Most Original, The Funniest, The Scariest, and The Best Group. Ribbons will be awarded to first, second & third place winners in each category. The Best in Parade will be chosen as the winner of the $100.00 prize, presented by the Greater Greenwich Chamber of Commerce. Children must be accompanied by an adult. More Info: 518 692-7979

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October 12, 2012 WHY PAY $$$. TO HAVE YOUR APPLIANCES / SCRAP METAL REMOVED. Heres a chance to dispose of large household appliance items / Scrap Metal from your home: Pick up / Drop off. Stoves/ Ranges/ Refrigerators/ Freezers/Washers/Dryers Water Heaters/ Dish Washers/ Scrap Metal. Donate to the American Legion Post 574 Hudson Falls Call 518 747-9891. Mon .- Fri. 1:00 PM to 8:00 PM Items must be placed at the curb or roadside (but off traveled portions). For safety, please remove doors from appliances that could trap a child.

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CANDLELIGHT TOUR- Saratoga National Historical Park announces that the annual Candlelight Tour of the General Philip Schuyler House, located just south of Schuylerville on Route 4, will be held on Saturday, October 13th from 6 to 9pm. It is recommended that visitors bring a flashlight for the walk back to their cars. For more info call the Visitor Center at 518-664-9821 ext. 1777, check the park website at www.nps.gov/sara or check us out on Facebook at www.facebook.com/ saratoganhp NOT-FOR-KIDS CRAFT CLUB LEARNS TEABAG FOLDING at Chapman Historical Museum 348 Glen St. , Glens Falls, NY 12801(518)793-2826. (Dutch Origami) Thursday, October 18, from 6-8pm. Instructor Kim Harvish will teach a paper craft technique called Teabag Folding, a/k/ a Dutch origami. Participants will make a framed piece, a Christmas ornament and a greeting card. The fee is $15 for all supplies, and refreshments. A paid reservations is needed by Saturday, October 13th.

PANCAKE BREAKFAST, Oct. 14, 8:00 until 11:00 Hartford Volunteer Fire Company& Auxiliary All you can eat Breakfast includes: Pancakes, Eggs, Toast, Sausage, Ham, Coffee, tea, Milk, OJ, Hot chocolate. Adults $6.00 Children 5-13 $3.00, Ages 4 and under are Free. Hartford fire Co.s Community Hall Rts 149 & 40. Last One till Spring!! 632-3013. CONCERT: On Saturday, October 20th Seventy Main in Greenwich, NY will be hosting a concert featuring Violinist/ Composer Cornelius Dufallo. Showtime is 8pm. Tickets are available in advance at seventymain.com or call 518-692-7041.

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CANDLELIGHT TOUR- Saratoga National Historical Park announces that the annual Candlelight Tour of the General Philip Schuyler House, located just south of Schuylerville on Route 4, will be held on Saturday, October 13th from 6 to 9pm. It is recommended that visitors bring a flashlight for the walk back to their cars. For more info call the Visitor Center at 518-664-9821 ext. 1777, check the park website at www.nps.gov/sara or check us out on Facebook at www.facebook.com/saratoganhp NOT-FOR-KIDS CRAFT CLUB LEARNS TEABAG FOLDING at Chapman Historical Museum 348 Glen St. , Glens Falls, NY 12801(518)793-2826. (Dutch Origami) Thursday, October 18, from 6-8pm. Instructor Kim Harvish will teach a paper craft technique called Teabag Folding, a/k/a Dutch origami. Participants will make a framed piece, a Christmas ornament and a greeting card. The fee is $15 for all supplies, and refreshments. A paid reservations is needed by Saturday, October 13th. CONCERT: On Saturday, October 20th Seventy Main in Greenwich, NY will be hosting a concert featuring Violinist/ Composer Cornelius Dufallo. Showtime is 8pm. Tickets are available in advance at seventymain.com or call 518-692-7041.

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QUEENSBURY SENIOR CITIZENS will be hosting an Arts and Crafts Fair on Saturday, October 20, 2012 from 9 AM to 3 PM at the Queensbury Townhall Campus on Bay Road in Queensbury. All crafters are invited to participate. The booths are 6 x 6 and cost $30.00. For additional information contact Karen B. at 761-8224 or Ginnie B. at 761 2644. No antiques, garage sale, food or commercially made items will be sold. FARMING 101- For all Weekend Warrior and Part-Time farming operations. Saturday, October 20th, 9:00 am 3:30at Saratoga CCE, 50 West High Street Ballston Spa, NY 12020. Cornell Cooperative Extension will provide information on a wide range of topics for smaller operations from farm business management, tax exemptions and laws, business development, proper animal selection and care, and proper pasture and field management and much more. There will be several Cornell Cooperative Extension agriculture educators on hand to answer all or your questions. Cost is $30 for the day and includes handouts and lunch. Please RSVP by Oct 17th to Kirk Shoen, Cornell Cooperative Extension of Rensselaer County at (518-272-4210) ex 113 kjs264@cornell.edu

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PANCAKE BREAKFAST, Oct. 14, 8:00 until 11:00 Hartford Volunteer Fire Company& Auxiliary All you can eat Breakfast includes: Pancakes, Eggs, Toast, Sausage, Ham, Coffee, tea, Milk, OJ, Hot chocolate. Adults $6.00 Children 5-13 $3.00, Ages 4 and under are Free. Hartford fire Co.s Community Hall Rts 149 & 40. Last One till Spring!! 632-3013.

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CHICKEN AND BISCUIT DINNER @The North Granville Methodist Church Thursday October 11th starting at 4:30 PM. The meal also includes mashed potatoes, cranberry sauce, squash, cabbage salad, and homemade pies for dessert. The dinner is $ 9.00 for adults, $4.00 for children 3-10 years old and free under 3. For questions call Roberta at 812-4001.

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OLD STYLE COUNTRY DANCING October 7 sponsored by The Country Round and Square Dance Association at the American Legion on clancy Street in Schuylerville, NY with a meeting at 1:30; buffet at 3pm; dance from 2-6pm. Bring a dish to pass. Music by Ole Time Country. everyone welcome. Casual dress. Info: 747-6687 or 824-3719. ROAST PORK DINNER at the Victory Mills Fire Department on Pine Street in victory Mills, Sunday November 11 3pm6:30pm. Includes roast pork, mashed pots, veggie, roll, home made chocolate cake. eat in or take out. ANNUAL TURKEY DINNER: The Salem United Methodist Church,West Broadway, Salem, will hold its annual Turkey Dinner including homemade pies, Thursday October 18 from 5:00pm on. Adults will be 10 and children 5 dollars. For further informaton contact 854-7588.

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3RD ANNUAL VENDOR-BLENDER MIXER, a fund raiser for and by the United Protestant Church of Fort Ann, 5 Ann Street in Ft Ann (near intersection of Route 4 and 149 and across from Cumberland Farms). Saturday, October 20 9am-2pm. Crafters Bake Sale Vendors. 3 basket Raffles; Mulled Cider, Thrift Store, Baag Sales. All are welcome. Info: 518-932-4559. TURKEY SUPPER The South Cambridge United Methodist Church will be having a Turkey Supper at the Pleasant Valley Grange Hall at the intersection of County Rt. 74 and 59 on Saturday, October 27th starting at 4:30 PM until all are served. Cost $10.00. Info: 518-677-5227. hgreenawalt@gmail.com. ALL YOU CAN EAT PANCAKE SUPPER sponsored by the Argyle American Legion October 20 from 4-7pm at post 1815 on route 40. Normal fare. Questions? Call 518-638-8603.

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A CHILL HAS SETTLED OVER THE CCC. Its that Halloween time of year again. Fear This productions has taken over the entire CCC and turned it into a scary place for the third year in a row. This year features an even bigger outdoor maze and many surprises lurking indoors. Rik Sassa and Glenn Cruise have been doing a lot of scaring over the years, providing chills and entertainment. Frights and laughs abound in this fundraiser to benefit the CCC. The Haunt is open from 6:00 pm to 9:30 pm on Friday and Saturday evenings in October: 12 & 13, 19 & 20, 26 & 27, and Sunday, October 28 as well. The admission is $10 for adults, $5 for kids 13 and under , and $25 for families (parents or caretaker and children). The CCC is located at 58 East Broadway in Salem, across from the Salem Central School. Refreshments and snacks will be available. Info and directions to the CCC may be found at www.salemcourthouse.org. FIRE PREVENTION ACTIVITIESAND OPEN HOUSE: The Salem, Shushan, Hebron, & Rupert fire departments will be conducting their annual fire prevention activities at Salem Central school on Friday October 12th. Also on the same day starting at 3pm the Salem Volunteer Fire Dept will be hosting their annual open house at the Proudfit Hall firehouse on East Broadway. If you have not gotten your firemens annual birthday calendar they will also be available at the open house.

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Shouldnt the President and the so-called press corps be using the U-6 unemployment definition rather than the U-3? I wonder. The Bureau of Labor Statistics releases a bunch of different unemployment numbers every month.The unemployment number that is most often used in the media (and by the government) is known as the "U-3". However, the "U-6" is considered to be a broader measure of the unemployment situation in the United States because the "U-6" includes two groups of people that the "U-3" does not: 1. "Marginally attached workers" - people who are not actively looking for work, but who have indicated that they want a job and have looked for work (without success) sometime in the past 12 months. This class also includes "discouraged workers" who have completely given up on finding a job because they feel that they just won't find one. 2. People who are looking for full-time work but have to settle on a part-time job due to economic reasons. This means that they want full-time work, but can't find it. Two pretty important groups of people, wouldnt you agree? The "official" unemployment number is the "U-3" - this was 8.1% in February. The "U6" was an eye-opening 14.8% in February. Friday the BLS ("Bureau of Labor Statistics") released the September unemployment report, reporting that the national unemployment rate dropped to 7.8% in September - a drop of 0.3%. The BLS also reported that total nonfarm payroll employment rose by 114,000 last month. Wait a second, you are probably asking - how did the national unemployment rate drop 0.3% (which is a very big drop) when total nonfarm payroll employment rose by just 114,000? The answer to this question has many people howling this morning, alleging that the Obama administration is fudging the numbers in order to help his re-election campaign. Let's look to the numbers to try and figure out what went on. According to the BLS, "total employment rose by 873,000 in September, following 3 months of little change." Also, "the number of persons employed part time for economic reasons rose from 8.0 million in August to 8.6 million in September." These are people who want full time jobs but can only find part time work - so, according to the BLS, 600,000 people who want full time employment took a part-time job in September in order to help make ends meet. According to the BLS, "the number of persons unemployed for less than 5 weeks declined by 302,000 over the month to 2.5 million". The BLS also said in Friday's report that nonfarm payroll employment for July was revised from +141,000 to +181,000, while nonfarm payroll employment for August was revised from +96,000 to +142,000. According to the BLS, the total civilian labor force was 155,063,000 in September.The total number of "employed" in September was 142,974,000, up dramatically from 142,101,000 the month before. As multiple publications have noted, this was the highest such jump in nearly 30 years.The total number of "unemployed" dropped from 12,544,000 to 12,088,000 in September. The total number of people not in the labor force declined from 88,921,000 to 88,710,000. To try and get a handle on what took place in September, let's look to the U-6 unemployment rate, which is more comprhensive. According to the BLS, the U-6 unemployment rate was unchanged in September at 14.7%, while the "official" unemployment rate dropped from 8.1% to 7.8%.The U-6 unemployment rate counts a couple of groups of people as "unemployed" or "underemployed" that the "official" rate doesn't, including: -people who are employed part time but want full time work -people who are "marginally attached" to the workforce. These are people who are not currently looking for work but want a job and are available for a job and have looked for a job sometime in the past 12 months. So, if I want full-time work but have to settle for a 10 hour/week job working at a gas station, I am not counted as being "unemployed" in the "official" numbers. Or, if I have completely given up on finding a job because the current labor market is horrible, I am also not counted as being "unemployed" in the official unemployment numbers. So, in closing, the 600k jump in people who want full-time work but were only able to find part-time jobs in September was the main reason why the national unemployment rate plummeted. Move these people to the "employed" column and the unemployment rate plummets. So, in reality, the unemployment figure is closer to 14%. Either way, the rate is way too high!

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CUSTOMER SERVICE REPRESNTATIVE WANTED: Busy insurance office; preferrably with P&C license. Full or part time. Send resume to: Help Wanted PO Box 4545 Saratoga Springs, New York 12866 EXPERIENCED FATHER & SON Interior & Exterior Painting, Remodeling, Cleanouts, Yard Clean Up & Snowplowing Saratoga - Wilton Area 518-583-0204 ELECTRONIC READER for Sight Impaired. Relatively new, with paperwork. Automatic focus, computer style with table for book. Was $2,495 new. Asking $1,500. Call 518-768-2491 APPLIANCES RECONDITIONED & GUARANTEED Refrigerators, Ranges, Washers, Dryers. Best selection, price & guarantee. New & Used parts. Major credit cards. 518-761-9501 59 Boulevard Queensbury, NY 1-800-640-4313

WARRENSBURGH RIVERFRONT FARMERS MARKET - Fridays from Memorial Day Weekend thru the end of October (May 25 - October 26), 3 - 6 p.m. Live Music Warrensburgh Mills Historic District Park, River Street, across from Curtis Lumber Free

POOL LESSONS OFFERED at Rensselaer Countys Troy Senior Service Center, 19 Third Street, Troy. We will be starting an instruction class on Monday, October 15, at 1:00 pm and it will continue every Monday for 10 weeks. The instructor is Clark Seguine. Come early and join us for lunch. All this is free if you are 60 years of age or older. Call 270-5348 to sign up/info.

PROPANE
$ 18 per GALLON

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Boonie Hats, Cobat Boots, Military Wool Blankets, and Much More!

FIREWOOD FOR SALE Full cord -$125 518-854-3945 518-932-5972

WANTED: Old Fruit jars, mineral water bottles -All sizes, colors. Will pick up. Call John 802-362-2508. Cell 1-802-744-8005 2 JOHN DEER TRACTORS 40/20 Side Console late model $7,000 660 John Deer B late model, Totally restored, $3,000 518-695-6935 518-669-7380 ONE - TWO - TREE Tree Removal Tree Trimming Stump Removal FREE Estimates 24 Hour Service Fully Insured 7 Days a Week Storm Clean-up Call 692-9416

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LONDON FOG MENS COAT, Beige, Size 38 Short. Removable Lining. $25 Call 518-768-2491 SCRAPBOOKING PAPER CUT-OUTS. Circles, hearts, borders, stars, and more. Over 200 pieces. $9.99. Call 518-768-2491. Shipping 200 DODGE RAM SPORT available if necessary. Truck-4WD, Extended Cab, 2001 DODGE 360 V8, Auto, 59K, Asking DURANGO - 4WD, Auto, $4,000 Call 518-854-3945 Asking $2,500. Call 518-8543945 2007 YAMAHA 660 CASH: For crank RHINO, 4x4, new tires, phonographs, early low hours, $4,500 78's, 518-695-6935 cylinder records, parts. 518-669-7380 Call 798-5612

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DRUMMS SAWMILL Kiln Dried Rough Cut and Planed lumber in stock. 1" & 2" T&G. Shiplap, Novelty Siding, Log Cabin Siding. V-Groove. Hrs: M-F 8 am-4:30 pm; Sat. 8 am-3:30 pm Pick-up or delivery. 193 Casey Road in Schuylerville. 518-928-9982 518-583-1168 We now accept all major credit cards!

THE LEAVES ARE FALLING! THE LEAVES ARE FALLING! Call BUSY BOY LAWN CARE. Ask for Greg. 518692-2838.

100% WOOD HEAT, no worries. Keep your family safe and warm with an OUTDOOR WOOD FURNACE from Central Boiler. Beecrofts 518-753-4402

WE BRING THE PARTY TO LIFE! LIVE CHARACTERS FOR YOUR PARTY! MICKEY, MINNIE, SPONGEBOB & MORE! 518-260-9481

HOUSE CLEANING20 YEARS EXPERIENCE Call Tammy: 518-638-7008 WANTED: GINSENG Dave Hicks Route 40 Hartford, NY 518-632-5422

POCONO MOUNTAIN FLEA MARKET BUS TRIP: November 10. $45. 518-747-4695 or 518-223-4064.

WANTED 1995-1994 or older Volvo Wagon or Sedan in good condition 518-577-0901

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Scrap, Tin Taken In! Also Buying: Copper, Brass & Batteries per Lb.

Now Buying Junk Cars $200 & Up

WANTED GUNS & AMMO (Parts & Pieces) New or Used. Good, Bad or Ugly 518-854-7930 HEADLOCK FEEDER WAGONS 20ft-$3600 24-$3900. 518-885-5106. ROUND BALE FEEDER 8x20 $3200. 518-885-5106. ROUND BALE CARRIERS 25 tandem axel-$3800; 32 $3500. 518-885-5106. 32 BALE WRAPPER $900. 518-885-5106. FIREWOOD FOR SALE: full cord, local, unseasoned Hardwood, cut and split. 518692-2109 $ BUYING- HIGHEST PRICES PAID $ Gold & silver jewelry; vintage costume & turquoise. Coins, watches, knives, military, toys, antiques etc. 30+ years experience..save time, call Joe first. 518-893-0235 or 518-669-2274

TIRES FOR SALE Car, Truck, Dump Truck, Tractor trailer. NEW & USED. CHRIS CONNOLLY 421-3608 753-4542

DOLLS FOR SALE: Private Collection. No reasonable Offer Refused. Discoveries 4498 State Route 9 Warrensburg, NY 12885 518-623-4567

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A HARVEST CARRY-IN DINNER will be held October 11 by the Hebron Preservation Society. DInner will be followed by a short business meeting and a seasonal wrap-up of the 2012 year. The event will take place at 6:30 P.M. at the East Hebron Presbyterian Church, 6559 NYS Route 22 (north of Salem and South of Granville). Please bring a dish to pass (entree, vegetable, dessert, etc.) and your own place setting. Beverages will be provided at no charge. The community is invited to share dinner and participate in the conversation. For holiday-giving a few remaining copies of the book, Hebron, A Century in Review, will be for sale at a reduced price. For information call 518-642-3465. 5th Annual BASKET RAFFLE. The Auxilliary Unit of American Legion Post #634 Route 22 North in Cambridge, NY will hold its 5th annual Basket Raffle on Sunday, October 28th, 2012, Doors open 1PM and drawing begins at 2:30PM. Concession stand will be open. Tickets are available prior to raffle and at the door. To donate or purchase advance tickets please contact June Hommel 518-677-3576 or contact the American Legion Lounge. Everyone is welcome so come enjoy an afternoon of friends, family and fun. UPCOMING EVENTS AT Hoosic Valley Rescue Squad Inc. located at 1448 ny route 40 in Schaghticoke Ny 12154 Country Breakfast: October 21, from 8am-1130am! Whole new menu. Breakfasts will be held on the 3rd Sunday of Each month. Veterans Day Dinner: November 3, 5pm-7pm! Honor our Veterans at a family style Ham dinner. Veterans eat FREE! tickets are $10 to reserve tickets call 518-753-6634 or 518-817-2270. Holiday Craft Fair: November 17, 10am-5pm: For a unique gift, come support local artists and business durning the Holiday season! Interested in being a vendor? E-mail us HVRSinfo@yahoo.com. Info: 518-753-6634 or 518-817-2270.

QUEENSBURY SENIOR CITIZENS will be hosting an Arts and Crafts Fair on Saturday, October 20, 2012 from 9 AM to 3 PM at the Queensbury Townhall Campus on Bay Road in Queensbury. All crafters are invited to participate. The booths are 6 x 6 and cost $30.00. For additional information contact Karen B. at 761-8224 or Ginnie B. at 761 2644. No antiques, garage sale, food or commercially made items will be sold. FARMING 101- For all Weekend Warrior and Part-Time farming operations. Saturday, October 20th, 9:00 am 3:30at Saratoga CCE, 50 West High Street Ballston Spa, NY 12020. Cornell Cooperative Extension will provide information on a wide range of topics for smaller operations from farm business management, tax exemptions and laws, business development, proper animal selection and care, and proper pasture and field management and much more. There will be several Cornell Cooperative Extension agriculture educators on hand to answer all or your questions. Cost is $30 for the day and includes handouts and lunch. Please RSVP by Oct 17th to Kirk Shoen, Cornell Cooperative Extension of Rensselaer County at (518-272-4210) ex 113 kjs264@cornell.edu HAM DINNER- The Quaker Springs Firemen and Auxiliary are hosting their annual Ham Dinner at their firehouse on Sunday, October 21, 2012 from 12pm to 3pm. The cost is $8 for adults, $4 for ages 6-12 and children under 5 are free. Take out is available. Reservations are required. Please call 584-3829 or 584-2758. DAY TRIP: The Salem Seniors are sponsoring a day-trip to the Log Cabin in Holyoke, MA on Wednesday, Nov. 7th to see the show Sweet Dreams, a tribute to Patsy Cline. Cost is $46.00 per person which includes show, lunch and transportation. Call Marilyn Hanby at (518) 854-7521today!. FALL DINNER by Tina Rowland at the Shushan United Methodist Church Thursday, October 25 4:00-6:00p.m. Eat in or take out Roast pork, gravy, mashed potatoes, carrots, roll, and dessert Info and tickets call Gayle Shaw 518-854-3896. SUPER SALE SUPER SALE SUPER SALE

MONTHLY BREAKFAST: The Fish Creek Rod and Gun Club located on route 32 south of the village of Victory ( look for our sign ),will be cooking breakfast on 14 October starting at 8:00-11:00AM and will continue on the second Sunday of each month all year. Eggs cooked to order, bacon, sausage, toast ( white or wheat ), pancakes ( regular, blueberry, buckwheat, apple cinnamon ), french toast, home fries, orange juice, coffee, tea, hot chocolate. Cost: Adult $6.00 Child $3.00, EVERYONE will be welcome.

CARS
2003 VW Jetta SW 4 dr, blue, auto ............ $ 3 9 9 5 2003 CHRY. PT Cruiser 4 dr, std., ........................ $ 2 9 9 5 2003 MERC. Sable 4 dr, station wagon .... $ 3 9 9 5 2003 CHEVY Malibu 4 dr, 6 cyl, auto ............ $ 3 9 9 5 2002 FORD Focus 2 dr, 4 cyl, auto ............ $ 2 2 9 5 2002 SUBARU Outback Impreza AWD, Std., $ 3 9 9 5 2002 CHEVY Impala 4 dr, gold ........................ $ 2 9 9 5 2002 SUBARU Legacy AWD, 4 dr, std. ............ $ 3 9 9 5 2002 DODGE Stratus 2 dr, 6 cyl, auto ............ $ 2 9 9 5 2002 HYUNDAI XG350 4 dr, 6 cyl, auto ........... $ 2 4 9 5 2001SUBARU Legacy Outback 4WD, auto$ 3 9 9 5 2003 FORD Windstar Van 4 dr, auto .............. $ 2 9 9 5 2002 DODGE Caravan 4 dr, van, auto .............. $ 3 9 9 5 2002 SUBARU Forester SW 4 cyl, AWD, green $ 3 9 9 5 2001 HONDA Odyssey 4 dr, gold ........................ $ 3 9 9 5 2001 FORD Ranger XC 4 dr, 6 cyl, auto ............ $ 2 4 9 5 2001 FORD Windstar Van 6 cyl, auto ............ $ 2 9 9 5 2000 GMC Yukon Denali 4 dr, 4WD, Blue ........... $ 3 9 9 5 2000 JEEP Cherokee 1999 SUBARU Forester AWD, SW, 4 cyl, auto, green ................................ $ 3 9 9 5 1999 BUICK Century 4 dr, 4 cyl, auto, silver .......... $ 2 9 9 5 1999 BUICK Century 4 dr, 6 cyl, auto ............ $ 2 2 9 5 1999 SATURN SW 4 cyl, red ......................... $ 1 9 9 5 1998 DODGE Stratus 4 dr, auto, green .......... $ 2 9 9 5 4 dr, 4 cyl, auto ............ $ 2 4 9 5 1998 BUICK Regal 4 dr, 6 cyl, auto ............ $ 2 2 9 5 2000 SUBARU Legacy 1998 CHVEY Cavalier 4 dr, Outback AWD, Std., $ 2 9 9 5 4 cyl, auto, green ......... $ 2 9 9 5 1998 PLY. Breeze 2000 SATURN SL2 4 dr, 4 cyl, auto ............ $ 1 6 9 5 4 dr, 4 cyl, silver ........... $ 1 6 9 5 1997 BMW 328 I 2000 CHRY. Concorde 4 dr, auto ....................... $ 3 9 9 5 6 cyl, 4 dr ....................... $ 2 9 9 5 1996 TOYOTA Camry 4 dr, 4 cyl, rose ............ $ 3 9 9 5 2000 CHRY. LHS 1996 VOLVO 850 4 dr, auto ....................... $ 1 6 9 5 4 dr, 5 cyl, auto ............ $ 2 4 9 5 1996 HONDA Civic 2000 SUBARU Legacy 4 dr, 4 cyl ....................... $ 2 9 9 5 AWD, SW, 4 dr ............ $ 3 9 9 5 1993 VOLVO 950 1999 CHEVY Lumina 4 dr, 5 cyl, auto ............ $ 1 6 9 5 4 dr, silver ....................... $ 2 4 9 5 1999 JEEP Gr. Cherokee 2001 PONTIAC Grand Am 4 dr, 6 cyl, auto ............ $ 2 4 9 5 2001 PONTIAC Grand Prix 4D 6 cyl, auto ............... $ 4 9 9 5 2001 CHRY. Concorde 4 dr, 6 cyl, auto ............ $ 2 9 9 5 2000 OLDS. Alero 2 dr, red .......................... $ 2 4 9 5 2000 VOLVO S40

SUVS VANS TRUCKS

6 cyl, auto, black .......... $ 3 9 9 5 1999 CHEVY K1500 4x4, 8 cyl, auto ............ $ 3 9 9 5 1998 JEEP Gr. Cherokee 4 dr, auto ................... $ 2 9 9 5

2000 NISSAN XTerra 2 dr, SUV, auto ............ $ 4 9 9 5

4WD, 6 cyl, auto ......... $ 2 4 9 5 1998 FORD Ranger 4x4 2000 FORD Explorer 4x4, green ...................... $ 2 9 9 5 2000 FORD Explorer 6 cyl, grey ....................... $ 3 9 9 5 1998 JEEP GR. Cherokee 4 dr, 6 cyl, auto ............ $ 2 9 9 5 1996 CHEVY Tahoe

4 dr, 6 cyl, auto ............ $ 2 9 9 5 8 cyl, auto, white ......... $ 2 9 9 5

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October 12, 2012 EDITH (EDIE) PULLMAN TSCHORN died peacefully on Thursday, September 20, 2012, surrounded by her family, at Southwestern Vermont Medical Center in Bennington. She was diagnosed with glioblastoma brain cancer in October 2011, and proceeded to live the following year with such clarity, courage, humor and love that it became a life-changing gift to all of her family and friends. She felt that her confrontation with mortality brought her a perspective on her life and connection to loved ones present and past that gave a deeper sense of meaning than she might ever have come to otherwise. Edie and her husband, Reggie Tschorn, combined optimism and realism in facing the cancer, taking part in an innovative stem cell trial at JFK Neurological Institute in New Jersey, in addition to surgery, radiation and chemotherapy. Her physical strength and amazing attitude carried her through the year with great vitality, as she continued to mow the hay at the family farm in Shaftsbury, work in the woods around her home in Sandgate with Reggie, and take long walks, with her companions struggling to keep up with her. She was still hiking around the farm and Sandgate just a few days before she died. She was fascinated by the elusive ways that memory and language were torn down and rebuilt during the process of her treatment, seeing the experience as a game and a puzzle to be solved. Edie was born in New York City on August 7, 1956. She found her true home on her grandparents dairy farm in South Shaftsbury, Vermont, and she could barely wait for summer each year so she could run in the fields, swim in the pond and search for kittens in the hay barn. She discovered the world of horses early, became a superb rider, and competed successfully in horse shows all over New England, winning many Vermont State and New England Championships. Horses and cats were always full-status family members. She also discovered the lifelong joy of flying, attaining her pilots license before she was licensed to drive a car. She became a flight instructor at the Bennington airport, and she and Reggie, who is also a pilot, flew all over New England, around the Bahamas, and across the county to explore, visit friends and work with clients. She moved to Vermont full-time in 1970, and graduated from Mount Anthony Union High School in Bennington in 1974. After a year at Bennett College in Millbrook, New York studying stable management, she decided to get on with starting a stable business at the family farm. The old barn was refurbished for horse stalls and a new barn and indoor ring were added in 1976, becoming the center for Trumbull Mountain Stables and Tack Shop. The stalls and pastures were soon filled with boarders, as many local horse-owners took advantage of Edies boarding stable facilities and the riding trails around the beautiful farm. She and her brother Jim Pullman built an excellent hay operation that continues to produce high quality hay for the farm and other customers. Edie developed this equestrian business over the next 30 years, becoming a respected horse trainer and breeder of Morgan horses, a gifted teacher, and a successful entrepreneur with a national reputation for custom saddle fitting. With the hope of making time for her many other interests, Edie sold the saddle business in 2009, but continued to actively manage the boarding and hay operations, and explore the possibilities for the future of the farm. Just a few weeks before her death, she was on the tractor mowing a good second cutting of hay with a crew of family and friends. Edie was a relentlessly hard worker, and conveyed to her nieces and all those who worked at the farm how to balance accountability and responsibility with generosity of spirit and a sense of humor. Her joy at doing work she loved in a beautiful landscape was a vision she shared with all who know her. Edies family will carry on the stable and hay production enterprises that she worked so hard to sustain, and will continue to share her dedication to keeping small working farms alive in Vermont. Known for her piercingly blue eyes, Edie was a keen observer of human nature, including her own, and a true believer in what people can accomplish if they are willing to try. Compassionate, honest and uproariously funny, she was a treasured daughter, sister, aunt, wife, stepmother, and friend. She is survived by her husband Reggie Tschorn, her brother Jim Pullman and sister Candace Pullman Wheeler, her nieces Kate and Caroline Wheeler, her brothers-in-law Mike Wheeler and Hank Tschorn, stepsons Brian and Brandon Tschorn and their families, mother-inlaw Winnie Riggle, and many beloved friends, both human and animal. A celebration of Edies life will be held in the indoor riding ring at the farm in South Shaftsbury (957 Trumbull Hill Road), on Saturday, Oct. 20, at 1 p.m. All are welcome. For anyone who wishes to make a gift in honor of Edie, the following organizations were important to her: The Vermont Land Trust, The National Brain Tumor Society, and Ducks Unlimited, c/o Hanson-Walbridge & Shea Funeral Home P.O. Box 528, Arlington, VT or to the following addresses: National Brain Tumor Society, 124 Watertown Street, Suite 2D, Watertown, MA 02472; Vermont Land Trust, 8 Bailey Avenue, Montpelier, VT 05602; Ducks Unlimited, One Waterfowl Way, Memphis, TN, 38120. For personal email condolences, please visit www.sheafuneralhomes.com. The family has entrusted arrangements to Hanson-Walbridge & Shea Funeral Home, Historic Rt. 7, Arlington, VT.

BRUNCH- Fr. Tom Zelker, pastor of Immaculate Conception Church in Hoosick Falls and parish priest at St. Patricks Church in Cambridge, will be the key-note speaker at the HACA Volunteer and Community Partners Appreciation Brunch to be held on October 20th from 10-Noon at the First United Presbyterian Church. Help us to celebrate the dedication and commitment of all those who have supported the HACA programs in the past year. Reservations call Norma Brenenstuhl (6869530) Iva Durkee (686-7146) or Dianne Hosterman (686-5310) by October 17th. DINNER- All former members, relatives or friends of the former St. Patricks Parish, Troy, NY, will gather at Franklin Terrace, 126 Campbell Ave, Troy, NY on Saturday, Oct. 27th, 4PM to 8PM. Dinner is $21.60 each. For a registration form, contact Dorothy Mall at 370-4663. RSVP by 10/22/ 2012.