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The Greenwich journal and Fort Edward advertiser. (Greenwich, N.Y.) 1924-1969, May 18, 1967, Image 7

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' - ;•1 >••••: =#= .* JL -5 \ *=j< ’ f 4*^* i-i \ ( j‘ J -■, - i*- * '-•}'* {. •» ' * * . % | ; ; H^e you ever seen a diamond Xr. wiih a Gemscope? ' J th I s w o n i > e r f ^ tNaiau5M|w^ 'im s you see si#ram A.R|^M<>NP,-you can • REAlTffiY- SEE- ’'FOR y o u r s e l f iS ■-PJ-BAtf* 4-MP ,,, CLEAR. -VKS» ■■< ' -* * . 1 .• \ ,• * • * ■ f v • . , W E HAVE LOOSE DIAMONDS OR MOUNTED ■’ STONES. A L fi REMOUNTS ARE DONE ON THE •■ p r e m is e s ; : ■■■..'■•''• “ R. W . MclNTYRE ■ Jew e le r A R G Y L E D IA L 638-8221 f ■ ’ 0 I i f l t ( i 6 - 6 DAYS SPRING SHElfc SWEATERS $2.19 to $3.99 , Shades Attractive WeftV^s a^dt Styles ' v, .V'--' ; -Very Wide Selection •; ,t^.G,Q 8 W »i 6 jfiemfay. - To Wear with Shells . ' ... Also ; ‘ ; For breezy Spring' Days ' Triangle Scarves & Head Squares - . 49c, to $1.00 Cute S tyles JVI^ny Colors :® ^ E 1 O T M S V A R IE T Y W.. S. McBURNEY, Own 6 r : r! .fo “ The «rt, tion of n$ Alaska : A \ f^n ^ sil-Nippy ' (ileiid>of>l»CThi«a».«wm ered 15 .a.xich tajnato sauce. ... > - A & w tiw m w - Jfelwm tuisme, AHwsttKiJif adds - -- -- tlvut ■will 4ehg<j{ even the »<igt conventional. cf; 8 wrento, It^lyvvwpire thi^o<wytU»- ett| soupe and nawlx louajd gourmet fare. v > 1 •oorreiiui ■ i? ■ t>fc) £ » » % <easpooni :diie& ftisit ' jr Alaska ri <l lb. 12:oz.) can tomatoes crab ’ li <6 d?.) 'can tonihto paste ' fresh ocean-fla'Voy Italians. > Grib Spaghettt Sorrettto 2 ( 7 V 2 o?.) efins ‘ w:— * ' *■— crab or 1 ^ ' -King crab *4 cup olive «oi|* , si- teaspoon-salt 1 cldve gai%.dh«ppe( 3 - M te^pfioii p«ppef- ‘ : .% cup. Qfyty^jpawr . v % poMd spagttettif Qr£\te(J Parmesan cheese H^aMjlire^ilin steiCMto; ^dgarHcan^ onion smdiciwlsoye* low ne^ jwtalf fomiini, SRir in» paisley, KerfWi canned tt»natop 3 -Sjiel tbTOsitcjf!j»^t.fet<^4t§3laal£ and'pepper. Simsmer for 45 miriutos. prain wtc-sisse pieces! A d d h ^ 'th t o u g h j in<4idt(!di'^tBr. lintd tende*; Draito Serve with crafe sanca wid-pasa grated Parmcsaai cKeese. Makes 4 to 6 . seryiii^ *A' 81 Main Str«et/ Greehwlch, r«- S M1;'* •)■<’: ** 5-' i* * ■t». L O N C W B f K E N I H t N G ? ybu 4 fe’going to fuss' \witfc ’ ' Bcft^dulefe, 'and£lui^ luggag 6 and M il taxis and all fLftH youidpn’t have » c&ii - , hr., ^»v*rwpg shame, and we kiiowr: . ‘ V Wliat you WHWiUd do ab 6 ut it. Rent a car from us. ■' :'T •'!Rfe^nt ,th«t\siiSts - . ' yotnf mo«M ahd your pock- etbook. A brand-new Fal­ con, Mustang or Ford. The fcost Is rea^on^hle, ahd in- surance is included: REN T -A -CA R So give us a call. And S Y S T E M join 'the foxu: HIMniaMUsnuaKlliiKiUi C A R W ir FORD, me J.ct, Rts. 29 & 40 ' P ^ 6 :, , _ V G m a w i^ S i Y ____ StiHGo<>ctas Shade Trees Many tree?: altW $ I bn 1967 are varieties. sLinilar to».’ those planted nekrty a cemtuif. ago, a Cornell universily, h|c|lctilturist has? jo lte d ; oitt; K V. 7- ./>-, : Maple and okkl'5ikvf #ntin. ued to be popular\ sfcacle' trees aiict. the sugar, rmaplJ is-the of* fioial New Yt»rk -state tree, Prof. Av Mi S. M dtaitt, N. Y. state college • of 1 a^ri-iulture, refflindedj ' Because a tr^e Is an; invest 1 mfent, the choi«(» of 3 suitable kind is an imgortati’t decision, he 'said. Unde*grbvt*d utilitiesf ov^rheiid wires, paved roads, sideWallcs,' dises^se jind: ^insfect ptphlems must all Be' eonsid- ered when making a choice. ' Stjgair m jple is a: favorite 'be­ cause its iii 6 g^iar^atteni of light and sha*e glre contrast and-variety thai.fif-lii With'wall •$&&! gl&ss spkcey of moderri hottiesj sdiotols, and offices. Its y^ljow p r.t^ |sdt«ok(r ajds i^ tjjie r 'colip^r ,'aniid, ..iirtfitest,. V ' The BrofeS^qs'.. advisficC; fliait; ft; does best infertile, rell-draine(j sdls! but doesnJt sthvivse under: poofe oe sf^^cOindttioils. Also, it l^ ;Subj«ct i 6 a dife-bacjc ptoijlem- itf sdnie -Irfeis -pdf the state. ' -'v-u:-..: , . : : . . Prof; . I^ridhani- also- reconr- «*ended; shpw aad Sfuitg -iii. of;-lfe 'isut)-: ject: j \ \ y fin , oafe*i- \aflp' 'r^^truroended. Th%. 'fed^ . planted '■$$&-: ihftBi '^Sod • riedtt» yellow fall coloh ;Flre Joak is j^am idal ih io*fiii a stjBng central ah '4 |o?jzorfta |1 hM5ft^(iesv 'Wgi^riii*, of. space to deVil^. ’ Other suggested large ’ trees , are the Eiiwpean- leech, thorn- lessi and fr^itlessi vtarieties of iifiiaieylocsist, 4lillptir*e, little, leaf EUEOp^p* linden, and the ;^mitnon liM^eiHi ' ''\ ® e :iff 6 fessoK-Warnect:against using _sotaie of.1 the- fast^growing t^pf^^jpo^llFsr, aspltki, stitd willows. Ife ;aaid ihese have weak wood th^t 'ju Strbje^t ;to stofltt/ditmagej :oP'.4h.« root- sys- tenpk. /naayaj'ckg: i--traiiis and ’#at«ir.rliiies;‘'-i- .-•w * V-';’*' ' ' f'.'; ■-’ V : •'■'■ ■ ■ •' C^incci1 Crusade l(esidp|ita ,-ftfi ilij topwn of Jadc^ sen, cQptrlbutic!, M <the f •this \ cftiliritieti M dri^eieeittmefldl the orusadCrS' fiorfliteir isxceften t Cov*rageJ tff • tfce^ttfsvnship ahd< Ihft rjesidjpp^ f«cr. i j e i f ig ^ ro u s 4 'iji'.H . \ grown iyvo ^ ftsz it Plfcnii«g.” ito in the B W W s lir*- .^ It takes 50 railroad,\ cars to transport the New York city telfephone directories from Ghi- cago which prints the major volume of t3ie ttation’s tele­ phone directories^ . r I ' ' ^ - i*)*39 .•’ %- *.c, * om j.. A i g y l e , E a s t o n a n d J a c k s o n a r e r e Haw can you g«t an advertfeinf Io n can. V * /. 8rtn<l a p e r s o n a l le t t e r to «a c h orf tlic m — i | , ^ 0 11 c a n a f f ® r d f t { ; ® k e postage; a lo n e W o u ld b e n e a r ly :gp®.ooi ;<m (san ■ ■ Call each o f th e m 031 tbe p h o lte — i f y& u lia r e * It w o u ld ta k e a l)O iit > 1C 1 e ig h t - lio iir w o r k \8 3 ’ ' i;;' ce ym r Ih e Greenwich Journal i-.-t >.» *1'i.- i \ :t 3 r? - U a # Who Trades: irt Greenwich. Does So Because He ■f ' 1 . - The Journof- the Rest Adver- in* Its Section. ... AM

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