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The Greenwich journal and Fort Edward advertiser. (Greenwich, N.Y.) 1924-1969, May 18, 1967, Image 8

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MMM *-s$% :■ i s f 'wt<\ i ■7 4k its Hie central' / s ^ ^ .jiiii Yvonne Johnson the gtydi&t Jlugh«s vice t 11987-68 scBo&l ulminated a week«of: ng and separate as*e, |uaior and: senior At the-assemblies late was intjtyluced [>aign ^ His vie' pice president, Don... Spas ill on the d*jyijp# prid h i s campa? {Jeorge Harjni |»U game at fhe introduction *iyi vipws tifere' tape recordcdJfcr^^ :a^^J>ly, The other candidate for vice ipesident, Marty. Hughes had ager. . *•>-•■>,;;.. ••■?•.■■• ;‘<T|iaw--!w it«; also two candi dates, for president, Yvoihh rently vide president had first time the 8 tudentjy)fly iir theJUtfh M}l^^^rf<M^presi(^^-of, the student council, moderated this portionof theprogram. Donald Brooks, advisor to the student council, was also present. : ? a i s ;' q m ighetf tfni-v : P rewdehtrYvofthe Johnson S ^ ^ ^ i^ p f . jQCinSSution ito Consider • ^ h a n ^ -^oR Next Year' ‘V! V 4 ;’--W»r- ; V. ' , , Harry Belcrfbnfe i:enteiriJUte''S®larid acfonte will; be the first 'attrac­ tion to appear as rarlTof' tte Renter’s plans ' to, expand, the leasojibofH in &n|tW*|%S(£i*ei ^ Mr. R. P, leach, eieqiitive'di-.,, ctor of w cenfeil said-jtlult %ith Mr, -Belafoht«s1,,'ajip^arti Ipices, the center mXiigut'a’fes Ife, neW '*policy 'of presenting outstanding artists from various fields,.$f the performing arts. tO emqmpals *“ broader spect- riim- „of entertainment, both pdpular and classical events will be . presented ' during the 1967 st«son m ' addition to the regu­ lar^ appearances of the; New Iferfc $ ty A allet'in . July a.tfd ~&e Philadelphia orchestra in .ugust, Daniel ' -Defoe, creator of ^OBinsdn Crusoe,” fwrotei some 30 hooks te the la^t four years qf his life,, . -- w a supplied tajlbode bland market during paid li handrfeivy’eight for 33 r zone plahH SOl^lo mnes front Boston. TheAptil blended pplee Us 15' *e$te a» h|wBdi;<idWeight above the price for April of last year and is tO cenfe above the price for Apifil:iW5. The April S71/DENT COUNCIL CANDIDATES - C&MlUlGN MANAGERS Ginny Williams and Yvonne Johnson, Presidential Candidates Warty Hughes and Don Brownell, Vice Presidential Candidates Campaign Managers Standing, Left to Right Kathy Fullerton and Betsy Barber, Ginny’s Managers Gail Pearson, Yvonne’s Manager; Paul Walker, Marty’s Manager George Harrington, Don’s Manager „ . been d: dose attentidn $ij by hitchhikers, effort will be made to d & courage hitchhiking which can the iv<t- when a to <§feir: a- tide, compiled by the state ,_,r this ittditsate that pi^lfldfease to pedestrian acci- mt* in 1966 is continuing into v**41 , Recognition Day For the Teachers Teacher recognition. day was held at the Greenwich central school Tuesday, arranged by the local Parent Teachers associa­ tion. All members of the faculty and administration were pre­ sented with boutonnieres, and coffee and cake were served in, the teachers’ ’room. / C. J. After 7 Months In the Pacific C. J. Lyttle,' FT 2f who serves as & fire control technician on the destroyer USS kewman K. Perry, has returned to the’Unit­ ed States after spending seven months in the Pacific. The Uewman K, Perry was one of the tiavy support forces in the Bay of Tonkin' and other areas around Vietnam.' • The destroyer arrived in Newport, R, I,, May. 8 , :apd hi^ parents, *Mr. and Mrs. Christy E. Lyttle,, met the ship when it came into port. M, J. spent i few days at home, and returned to* Ms ship at Newport, 'He ex­ pects to have 'a leave starting the end of the -month. He wifi complete his four years in the navy in October.. - 'School's In, was the first month that the sea-: sonal incentive payment plan' has been in ,e|fecU This pricing plan* was • ajfypted by amend­ ments to the Milk orders for the Massachusetts-Kh o d e . Is 1 a n'd, Connecticut, and New York-New Jersey marjee^ on, April 1, after being proposed and supported by 21 producer associations who represent 70. :^er tent of the producers ’fof fcne three markets. Under ih 6 revised plan the class 1 price does not changfe seasonally. Accordi'ngly, the class 1 , price remained at the Young people under 16 years March level in April, 44 cents of age can work on farms after: above What the price would school; on week ends, and dur -1 have been under the old plan. ing^Vacatioixs, according to • Tne 4^-cjpnt higher class 1 price Frank's. Mereurio, regional di-^ in-creasea the, Aprjl biended rector’ of the U 5 S; labor depart-price hy ahottt M c^tits, ’ ment’s wage-hour and public ‘ .The sea4q|al -'incentive pric- contacts divisions. 1 I ing plan provides for .setting Ur.'* M^rcttiri.a tenjinded’ iWhfeiC froi^ the market ers, parents' and. youths that P °°i ln .the flush production when “school’s in, work’s out.” , months of March through Jfune, He added that the fair labor wit!> the money so - set aside standards act prohibits, youths under 16 from working during school hours in a district where school is in session. •• C i* '*’-V n O .v. . DOUBLES BOWLING 12 Week Tournament Opens SUNDAY, M A Y 21-8 P.M. Weekly Winners Will Bowl 13th Sunday Evening for Trophies Je t . H is . 2 9 & 4 0 G r e e n w ic h 692-2050 ft* f. ^ ie f ii© m 'S A L E 4.: Th« und«r»ign*d, Jh»»vtng purchased th« following, locatad on Wilbur Av*., 2 mil** «atf of Schuyltrville, 7 tnil«s north of: $ch*gKHc»|(«r JJ/n n»U« sotiih' of Rout* 29 apd VA miliu north- w«»t Wf faute 40 on tfi». Alan M*eN*il farm, will tall at Pub-' life fw-iMSijriSwi)-1- ri ijy • , , f^OU OPEN ■sr* flfe f jrst Do It Yourself In tl)C®»^rtwicHi Area Pressurized Warm Water and Detergent Does the job - You . J i 11/ it Also A’ H ^vy Duty Vacuum lor' tH» ltii|de Job ......... - ......... : j.s.-y, 'iri rft.r : ;• _.*• ■'•••• lf:S©jSfice; 'G a r ■ Wash .<3h trailers '4- Motorcycles - Boats Lawn Lawn Mowers : 1 Junetipn Rts. 29 & 40 Next to < m ^ t d Greenwich,N. Y. apply to ^dirfe 5 of them for the aQd neighbors 'for their lovely first time this year. Growers cards: and mass cards during who use a lot of labor probably niy stay at the Albany medical will have to way at least $1 an center hospital. They were all hour this year,- * nreatlv anoreciated.. added back in the short produc tion months of August through. November., For April the set* _ aside reduced the blended price Eveit ithough it is legal - for S t youths over 16 to do farm work B a l l nf^P ^n<! t L A^rii during school hours, Mr. curio urged all youths to' stay/^^ „ *5 - w! ia stbool .nd ^aduats... _ ^ thepl»!* \'A youth who^doesn t finish The hutterfat dlfferential for , school is selling lupself and h^s Aprii is g,i cehts, the same as 7 R a i s i n g C a l v e s .eventual family short,1’ he said. f(>r March but up from«the 7.5* & i b- ip d m ,ec?n.T y’ un> cent differential of A p ril 1966. : skilled jobs are fast disappear- ! r„ AprU,„ 55 per cent of the mg and are, for the most part, receipts from producers was nWe w a rd i^ ^ „y o u n g per- used as <.uSs:’i ' milk, this was son who sticks it out and grad- <jown froni the nearly ,56 per, uates will reap much larger ceftt 0f receipts used as class I earmngs over his lifetime than ]ast year the youth who doesn’t,\ he em­ phasized. >. .. | . ON FRIDAY, M A Y 19 - A T 1 2 N O O N S H A R P 3 5 H o ls t e in Cow s in a l l stages o f la c t a t io n 3 B r e ^ l H e if e rs .6 O p e n H e if e r s . Mr. Mercutfo also reminded farmers tHiit! the minimum wage provisions 15 of the FSLA may CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank aji my friends _ J ; «|>A„ iV, _• 1 Tuure. Wirkki, 32, greatly appreciated J^ r y Foster CARD OF THANKS ’The family of the late Eliza­ beth Q. Bennett wish to thank relatives amd friends for their acts of Jdndiiess in their recent bereavement. < The Bennett Family CARD OF fHANKS I wish to thank friends and S 1 8 .6 9 & In Car Accident Turre Wirkki, 32, of Bloom­ field, Conn., formerly of Shu- Shan, died Sunday morning in Hartford, Conn.,' hospital of in­ juries he received whi}e work- ing on his car Saturday evening neighbors •'who sent me cards, at a self-service garage. He was gifts and flowers while I was' pinned beneath his car when it in the hospital. I also wish to slipped from a lift, and never thank the doctors and nurses regained consciousness. |for the woMerful care % re- Mr. Wirkki was a mechanical ce‘Ve^- _ ■ , ^ \ engineer with Vqedfir Root Inc.! Mis' Morrison ^ in Hartford. .He was a graduate ' ? 1 of Washington academy in Sa­ lem and was valedictorian bf the class of 1952. He was graduated Irdm Massachusetts institute of- technology in 1958., j lie is survived by ,his parents, Farm all 300 Tractor^ completely overhauled ' Farm all 240 Tractor,, w /froit end loader . • ia te r ia tfb B a l, Flail'-'€^,opjpe|r . International.46 fcaler w/kioker m o iu ^ d ::iio w e r ■ New HoHa^d l^ay Conditioner > ' Side delivery 3Ra3ce , Case Corn Chopper ■ Case .. v • ‘ ; \..'C 'v 42* Far|aec Elevator- (inew) . 2 Rubber-tired Wagons w/ehopper box Set W J>lscg ' ' • . New Idea Manure Spreader 30 Can Steinhoyst jBulk; 3 DeLaval M ille t Uxiits 4 U n it D e L a v a l M ilfeet Pump & Motor H o t water H e a ter\ ? '' , ,/ ' s^s Sink, Patis & Strain e r j , \ ■* TERMS—CASH . ' G E R R Y C O N N O R —S a le s M g r . 5 1 8 692-2168 F . R O B J L E E M IL L E R - A u c t io n e e r '1 518-692-2911 Mr. and Mrs. Uino Wirkki of Shushan; hiii wife, Nancy.Hawk- inson Wirkki; three . children, Rolf, 4; Karen, 3; and Inga, 2, of Bloomfield; two brothers, Tauno Warlcki of Salem and Captain Olavi Wirkki of Berlin, now serving in Vietnam.\ Funeral services will be held Thursday afternoon at the Em­ manuel Lutheran church in Hartford, aiid Interment will >£e in Fairview cemetery, Hartford. W E D t h r u ^ E S D A Y fo n ^ lia l W eek) . - r .%;wAYVi7-ia ■. 2; Great: Hits in Color Dean: ' • M a r tin U *- M a r g r e t n 2nd .Hit * William Holden 'ALVAREZ KELLY' TiON—bonald Hill, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph C. ffill of Eas­ ton, 'attended the new student reception at the state univer­ sity college at. New Paltz with his'fam ily on May 7. Donald, a regents scholarship winner at Greenwich central, school, has been -accepted for fhe-fall quar­ ter 'at-Ne»w 3 ,S*ltsr; -He-plans ^5 major in art education, f r i , » , 'ajfc THE MOST SHOCKING FILM OF OUR GENERATION RIOT ON SUNSET STRIP A LPS RAY ~ MIMSY FARMER T H t T £ X l £ A N AUDIE MURPHY BRODERICK CRAWFORD $ P *t IN YOUR EYE P lltt 4 N 6 ELI — — UANA a m r r b w ? R U N M-Tc For _ values Ever ;V; • - V s ■»’ \i •• ■ ■_ tel.Si -.vt . 50 River St. WARRENSBURG i0 Hill St. GREENWICH Look Your Prettiest In of the Three Most Wanted Labels tresses 2 for $5.00 iii . V a lue to $19.95 B o n d e d S h if t s H o u s e C o a ts & D u s ters $ 1 .0 0 • ' ■ Su.h & ji, ■ Summer S o lid s • B r ig h t S y in m e r C o lo r s - P r in t s S iz e 6 - 2 0 S m a ll T h r u X L a r g e Su n & S k i P r ic e s $ 2 .5 0 to $ 8 .5 0 - V a lu e s to $ 1 1 .0 0 N e w Su m m e r P a ja m a s & G o w n s $ 3 .0 0 ea. 2 $ 5 .5 0 Hour*: Mon. Thru Thurs. 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