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The Greenwich journal and Fort Edward advertiser. (Greenwich, N.Y.) 1924-1969, July 27, 1967, Image 8

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' • \ 1 -Lr‘~f^t~S' ■ v - j £ , ■ :;„ ? % . s . . :..i- '*■■■'\“ '\■ l'?’' ’ ’v\ :' t ^ j &£jfcM%? '■ ' ' ,; ’ \' '■■•''•■•■*' T H U R S D A Y , JPI»Y 27, L. P ? v ’- Kt:¥c . If-*-' i.' ADDS 16 TO FAMILY—Bramdj of Gateway Hies here with .her new family of 16 pupis, bora last Fri-da'y. Brandy, 6 -year-old reg­ istered St. Bernard dog, owned by Mr. and-. Mrs_ 2 A. J. Elsworth of North Greenwich is used-to haviag good- sizseti litters, but this was her biggest. Altogether she ltas had 59 ^puppies in' four litters. The sire o f the pups is Duke «f RanscoW, .also a registered SI. Bernard. Brandy was 14 lours delivering ber pups, from 4 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday. F o u j , three males andl one female, have died, but'there are six males .and sis females .alive and-demand­ ing nourishment. Brandy cao nurse eight at a time, and for the moment is managing to feed alii 1 2 on m rotation method, but the Elsvortjis have bottles realty to help feed the puppies wiien It: gets too much of a chore for thfelr nvother. Another addition at the Elsworth homre is a racooa, nfbo-ut a month «ld. Th#e coon was found along the roadside^ by Jmcfe Wheeldon who gave it to the Elsworths last week, aM iii: fee few days it’s been there has become a ftunilj p e t and seems perfectly happy to roam around the house aaid jaxd, climb tlie trees and- dine on milk, ice cream, eggs and crackers. j Belcher —Miss Patty Bates is workiiug in Argyle. _■ -v-Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bennett of West Fort Ann were callers of Mr. and Mrs. A, J.' Pay Sat­ urday. —Horace Day and friend vis­ ited Mrs. Lizzie/Leggett Lre Chestertown a n d called 0 ’it friends at Indian Lake. . —Mr. and Mrs, Gary Sutliff and son of Glens Falls wore visitors of .heir parents, Mr. and Mrs., CasslUis Wiusliburn recently. —Mrs. George Williams of; AHisuiy with l*er sister, Mrs. Keiuncth Cole of Salem called on. (George Willilams Wednesday eveming. — Mr. and airs.. Graham Too- imejr attended; tihe.- wedding’ and reception o f Hiss Phyllis Clark at Whitehall Saturday. —Miss L,u|oda Hammond has ernpLoymottt oat M k e .George. SALS - SA1E'. - . SALE S u m m e r G a r m e n t C l e a r a n c e f o Toddlers - B o p Teens. - Ladies Shirts*. Shorts, P cko I I Fasherss, Jamaica Sets, Skirls, Slaitf ts, House Hhesses, •• - Berai|pdats • llvnley Shirts f*ofr Boys anal Girls Creatiy' -Reduced G r e e n w i c h V a r i c t r y ' . W , S. McBlDRNEW, 0 -wit*r 81 Malr* Street Or«»nrwteh , . (Sp»«i»l to th* Journal) {■ iliKJhi mWte Is ^ o w n about the personal affairs o f each and every resident of Washington county than they would imag­ ine, .. in the official records of fed­ eral, state and local bureaus and in the private flies of other -organizations is-a mass of data covering the social .and eco­ nomic lives of each local per­ son. . v - . Where he was horn, how much* education he has* had, his', marital setup, his earning capa-v city, ■where he lived pjrevioijsly^ whether he owns his home or, rents* whether or not his works, if he owns a washing machine, his police recoc^rH he has one, how much he gays in taxes—these and many other: facts about' him. are all ihhtlfe: records. What brings this ' m atted ttif. the fiore jtt this time; is'Ja ■now 'iindet consiaferation' HnS? Washington, for an electronic data eenrter that would b r i n c ^ getter and put intocomputefs the wealth of information that is now spread among many gov­ ernmental agencies in Washing­ ton amd elsewhere. One such agency is the Social Security admini St ra t i on. Its Ales contain information on the earning and employment. rec­ ords of some 24,200 local people who are naw holding down jobs, or are self-employed or jare re­ tired. r Another source is the FBI, which has the fingerprints of approximately 20,600 residents of Washington county on tap. Included are the fingerprints of government employes, of men and women who have served in the armed forces, of people who have' been -charged with felonies and of many others, Mueh information concerning local individuals h a s also, emerged from the surveys made bjr the census bureau. The 411 people in the area ‘who have been divorced and the 1,850 who are .foreign-bom are thus pin-pointed. This data would be fed into the computers, together with naes in Country T H E SC H O O L F O R W I V E S Molfflre lampoons cuekoldry . THURS. - SUN,, July 2jT-30 D O R S E T PLA Y H O U S E Phene, S47-5777 Curtain 8:40 r/Vf/'. ■, f j i - f : IlM ' R&' The Biggest News: In the World... Is the Horne Town News! E v e n t s o f v a s t i m p o r t i n fa r - a w a y la u d s - s t a r t l i n g h a p p e n i n g s in th e w o r l d ’ s g r e a t c i i i c s — s i g n i f i c a n t o c c u r r e n c e s a n y w h e r e i n o u r b r o a d l a n d — A l l h a r e f t l i e i r p l a c e in t h e d a y ’ s n e w s . . . 1 j But the things that enUst yoiu keenest interest are the things that take placeclose to hom*e ‘-‘ the intimuteluippenings of the home town, tlm limne cmmiiy, and the Utile neighborhood places that you kmav?* That’s wliy the Ilom-e Toini Newspaper is the most eagerly watclied for and most llior(>iiglily read o f anything that comes froin printing presses., 4 Tkatfs why ado&rtismg iii Home Town Newspaper is more valuable p e r tlwusmid to f circulation than im any other publication. Tlie merchant in a coiixmtiniftf that has a Home Town News­ paper is fortunate iiL haraiug a medium at life command through which lie can readi Diis trade at sonall cost and with* out v?aste, , * . ’ , Mis Message reaches the rmdiet'S who are 4 W nmy heeoiue ^ Ms customers. Even if hisi *uR Es small it will attract attention in the Home Town JSetmpupeir . . ^ It doesn’t have to fight for Tlie interchant wLo f ail s tq adlvcrtise in his Hoine Town News- ' pajper is to increase Ms ljusiiiess. ' The Home Town Newspaper jo r the section centering around Greenwich and c 0vvrirp§ most of Southern Washington - County is —Casper fwtfson is # at the McOeUto hosjpital. the mass of other facts about —iMr» an<} Mra. SNorman D. the local population, _ jBott of NeW Jersey spent last Opposition has been voiced by week at their fam. ( - congressmen and others, how-! .. J ^ ever. They fear the collection Recept callers at the and improper use of dossiers cin of ^ Giilillide -Aiken include each citizen. iMrs,\?ai>l!.P, Virtue of^ Government spokesmen have Miss Marion Dick and irvfcig assured them that the only pur- Dick of West Hoosick, and-Mrs. pose of the data bank-would be Nettie VosbUrgh and Hrsr £ s- to produce better national sta- tella Nessle of M e c h a n S e i ' tistxcs and -that there would be r-The: circuit unio'n church no .unwarranted disclosure of service will . be held at the •informatiop about individuals. Eagle Bridge Methodist church fit 1 0 a.mJ '^ e guest speaker n^ptgtto.Ji^tfiqt,.. Mijific- will xjRev,4,-t,o#?fid- & ^ ^ | e ^ | f u i ^ l ^ ^ i S ‘'^t(gusi • • ■ r : \ -v. -r Fort Miller —Th« Misses Irene Hatch and Sdna Barrett of North Cald-: well, N. J., are guests at Hatch’s I»int.. • —^The Reformed church edu­ cational school closes this Fri- 4ay at 1 1 a.m., with open house, and ' worship. Parents and friends are invited. —Sympathy is extended to the family oi the late Lloyd Crermain • who died Saturday morning alt the Mary_ McClellan hospital. The funeral was held at 2 o’clock Tuesday irt Cam­ bridge and burial was in River­ side cemetery, Fort Miller. Enriched bread is White bread that must contain' specified amounts of added B vitamins— thiamine, riboflavin, and niacin and iron. It is the only bread which must, by law, carry these added nutrients. #fPjN :£5E M ^ fhru> TUESDAY ; 2 GpMit Hits jn C o lor' TO TEACH AT HUDSON FAUl:S^ 4 |iss Jessica ^antt^ |a ^ ;''i>/f accepted a position as /third - * grade teacher in Hudson Falls school starting this fall. Miss Hanna, daughter of Mi. and Mrs. Howard Hanna of Hart­ ford, was a graduate \at the 180th commencement exercises at Castleton state college, and is a graduate of Hartford cen­ tral school. . ..j. Pisne/s 2nd Hit DEAN MARTIN w « « » . ri,;. ■’ w»«, : - PLAJSMN€ A NEW KITCHEN OR REMODELING AN OLDER ONE? •t , : . . j ■ , There’s a KitchenAid Dishwasher for Every Kitchen . • . Every Budget! • Built-In •F r e e Standing ■ # Convertible-Portable Ghocse the Model tha,rs Best for You LYTTLE'S C H R IS T IE E . I.Y T T L IS Corliss Avenue 692-7222 ’ GTeenwieh H DRIVE-IN • RT 57 ATKAWAY'S 1 Ml N Of H< 'OS iLK \ M IS N T0N1TE thru TUESDAY' .July 2d'» A u j. T Big Actlon ’ HHi — In Color SEAN COMtJERY JS Scientists Are Starting-Wor On Weevil Cornell university scientists have- launched an altqut of­ fensive against destructive al - 1 falfa weevils that have en - 1 trenched; themselves in' \Virtual - 1 ly every •part t o f N e w York ' state, : . . Entomologists, plant breed-■ ers and agronomists at t ie Uew» York estate \college of agrxcult-l ure, Cornell, have' Initiated a five-year research project t o find ■Hiofti'. effective ways to cojnbat the. increasing antenace of this insect pest. ■ Now- ' 4 bWd-evetywhc«o-<«- cept for tliree counties—Frank, lin, St. Lawirenc<? and Hamilton -^e^eeyM _ p b s e ^ -the^igM John W ^n* v Richard Widm«rk Single threat to ,the state’s 1.3 Rlehartl million-acrd' alfalfa efcop, Biof. hard F« nk'« Av«Ioi» Twice The Alamo Robfert* P. 'I'Lufcey, agronomist, i said; , ' - . J k * r ' Lucey is’ coordinator of the iresearch team, which includes Profs. G. G. Gyriseo, etttromol* , ogist; C. C. towSj planfcibree^erf BJB. Dethler, climatologist; imd j Cv J., Nelson, field croi* physi­ ologist, David Horii, entomology graduate student, will work* closely -with the team. . i Cooperating in this long-term project are Cooperative Exten­ sion agents, the U. S. Weather, Bureau, the Environmental Sci-: ence Services Administration, and the U-. S, Departinent of Agriculture, STAflTS W ED., Au0. 2 W ALT DISNIEY'S , T H E . G ^O M E ^ O B ILE O L D Y E t L E R , CAMPING SPECIA1S V . . - ' ■ i ) i 1 ' ■ 1 \ * -r .! ' ■' „ i .■ - ■} * J l d y 2’ X 10y2’ Umbi-tli* Tent Regular Price Now Only $99.95 - $64.95 r S l e e p i n g B a g s ^ ~ Regular Price Now Only $32.00 Y o u t h S l i e $21,95 m g . 4 9 Big Savings on Many Other In-Stock Camping Equipment Items FARM STORE Maim Street 692-2214 £r&eiuwicli Help an f eligible .semcejnan in your family fo exercise his WSMSSB lo vb 1 $ in tliis fall's 211 &P-- ^Hcatiftin ® a military ballot. They are n|)w available tlirougji the ..local iveterans’ .cbtulseling 'center, . ^ ■; , ' • A new eheck list of iinpor'- t^n.t'.yetersiis .beflefit. reiiiJijlderS for ngwiy^ffigch^ged Veferank la-. 3 lso availihle at the local Vet* er^ns* ^ 6 unseling center. • All benefits under the World War H <JI* Jlpme toan program wilt expif^- oti.Jitl^ 25, l&Wl ' A vefeeftii wh 6 i | .t 6 o? ^ sabkd l o ;j^ay^l .^ o n f i|';3ie ii: ea|ie& to ^a-'VA liospital for an exim- ihaaoh, ^ if, he* h f e be* 8 ii ap­ proved f(|’r ^flMsstori. to a itA td: t h t ; liOSjpit^i^'Ehis “ blinded veterans. Successive income warning. When the income of a' persoh ireceiving VA pension benefits begins to be deceived ^t a Mant-schile-- rate which, if continued for the year, Would cause the income to exceed the set limitation, then the benefit must be ad­ justed or terminated, effective . the last day of the month in which the increased income be­ gan to be received. It is impor­ tant, therefore,, that any change in income- fior VA pension, pur-. pose§) be reported immediately.. Questions abolit -the rights and benefits of veterans, serv­ icemen or their dependents may be submitted for individual at; tehtlon/ta9the New YorR\Sfate division * 'fif Veterans Affairs, Gountjr Office Btiilding, Btoadwajj Fort Edward, ttaFbrdDealer. Used Car loti # 1966 T-BIRD Convertible, Fu ll, Power, Speed Oontrolj A ir Con- 1966 C p a b M ^ D ® « Standard, Blue M s S^ IT B E A M V 4 4 Speed, Convertible, Blue 1965 4-Door, V- 8 , Automatic, Jo w e r . * 'v. * ^ 8 r:- 8 Cyl., Standard, Blade ; 1964 G A L A X IE 500 2 Door, HEerdtop, V- 8 , 4 Speed, Black, Red ■ » . ^ x J a i l o r j '-(| ; . 1964 C f tE t& O L E T Ooivair 4 Door, 6 Cyl,, Automatic, W h ite 109,61^/ ;^^E3Et3S y t i l l 3E*owferj 19^/ F A IR L A N E 500, 4 Door, Cyl., Automatic V 1963 jC A L A ^ IE 8004 Door, .Hardtop, V- 8 , Automatic, B la c k & W h ite 1963 C A D IL L A C .C 0113 W, Deville, T u ll Ppwer * . 1 . ■ * ‘ * . i • - . ^ r • : ■ TRU C K S 19^5 IN T E R N A T IO N A L Platform 14’, V- 8 , 2 Speed Rear 1965 PORD Stake; XF Body, V- 8 , 4 Speed ' 1964 F-1W Piftkap, Box, Styleside, 6 Cylinder 19*62 P O R I) F-10ft Piolkitp,- &■/% Box, Styleside, 6 Cylinder „ ' - 1 * ji ’ CARMO&Y FORD-MERCURY/ i N C R.D. #1 Greenwich, F . Y . fet. Rtl. 2^ &' 40 Ifbrth m K^:k.

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