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iSfr lBfcfc* ■ f : > i . . ' A W k - . ■ t v - * •’-. J».« jg§$f\ 1 ®?;- ■ Bpfe. f‘ ||5 P ': Kfra--- l'v-l- I'i- '■'£■ ft Wit f^V'- l r ' • 1 3% l r fe'. All the Republican candidates for village office in. Greenwich •were elected Tuesday, return­ ing control of the' tillage 'board' to the Republican party for the first time since. 1961. There; were 809 vot^s cast in one of the largest elections.in the com-' munity. Clayton Patterson, GOP can-; did ale for trustee, led the Re­ publican ' ticket with a total vote of 453. Fred Warner re­ ceived 439 votes for trustee, and Loris <5. Thompson was elected village justice-.polling | 446 votes. The three Democrat candi­ dates for office were all seeking reelection. Richard Crozier re-> •ceived the largest number of votes of the defeated candi­ dates, 381 for trustee. Francis * ^ ttsii / vppj ^ i,. Murphy’s vote for trustee was 1 . -N e W ~ E e p lll)liG a fl~V lilage-O fflC iaJS 316, anf J aul J’ Moriarty .Sr. j-re(j Earner, Loris Thompson, Clayton Patterson received 347 votes for justice. There were 741 voters who — - --------------- - ----- ■ ------ - ----- - ------- — - ------ ----- - ---------- —= ---------- went to the polls Tuesday, and in addition 68 absentee ballots were cast, for a total' of 809. Last year, when Republicans won two out of three offices, 799 votes were cast. The names of both the Re­ publican and Democratic candi- dates appeared, twice on the vot-'P«bllc h*anng 0* granting 50 and Fort Edward Advertiser 12^-N0. 26 GREENWICH, N. Y., THURSDAY, MARdH 21, 1968 10c A COPY ays Jo- ForExemption Nearly 100 People In' Annual Red Cross Drive .. . . • -Nearly 100 people in the The assessors of the town o f . towns of Greenwich and Easton Greenwich wifit meet next Tues-'are working for the Red Cross ;day;* Mardi 26, and Thursday,' this month In the annual .drive A p ril-4, a |lthe town clerkV of­ fice'TrmrFSr lo \4 pin. to ex- <8. amine applications for 50 'per fqr fimds to support the world- nd-e- -programs- of this organi­ zation. Robert T. Mesick is chairman of the financial cam- cent tax elemption from prop - 1 paign in these two’ towns, and erty owners over S 5 years of 1 volunteers are making a house- age who l a v e income’ of I e » # g £ g canyass and their goal than $3,OOi) and’ have owned. rhe vn iage of Greenwich has Easton Will Go For Exemption if County Approves Only two people attended the ing machine and the absentee ballots this year. The Republi­ can candidates also ran on an Independent ticket; the Demo­ crats on a Progressive ticket. On the machine Patterson re­ ceived 348 Republican and 58 Independent votes, 39 Republi­ can absentee and 8 Independent absentee votes, for a 453 total, 56 per cent of the vote. Warner’s vote was: 334 R, 65 I on the machine; 38 R, 2 I on absentees, 54 per cent of the -vote. Thompson polled 347 R and 54 I votes on the machine, 38 R and 7 I votes from absentees, 55 per cent. Crozier received 322 Demo­ cratic and 35 Progressive votes on the machine, 14 Democratic and 10 Progressive votes on the paper ballots, 47 per cent. Murphy’s vote was 268 D, 29 P on the machine, 14 D aftd 5 P on absentees, 39 per cent. Moriarty received 293 D and 33 P votes on the machine, 15 D and 7 P votes from absentees, 43 per cent of the vote. A Republican Board The election of Patterson and Warner to the village board per cent real estat* tax exemp­ tion to people over S5 yeaFS of age in the town of Easton. The hearing was held by the town board Monday evening. The board approved granting this exemption to those who meet the qualifications, provid­ ing similar action is taken by the county. The board of super visors is ineeting today and is expected to adopt a resolution granting, the exemption. Next Monday evening at 8 o’clock the Easton town board will hold another public hear­ ing, this time on the revised mobile home ordinance. This hearing will be held at Burton hall School District Grants 50% Exemption Taxpayers in the Greenwich central school district over 6 i> years- of age whose total income does not exceed $3,000 and who puts the Republicans in power, , , ,, . . for the first time since the elee-, have . owned their property r tipjw ;af .-196L ' ;when_ Jh * are ve«giMe won a majority of the seats The new board, which will or­ ganize April 1, will be made up of four Republicans, one Democrat. Mayor John Crozier and Trus­ tee Harry Karpiak, Republicans, were elected*'to two-year terms last March, defeijiing incum­ bent Democrats; while Trustee Gerald Bulger, Democrat, was reelected to office. Beautification Of Villages Will Be Topic Women are especially invited to attend a seminar next Wed­ nesday at 7 45 p m at the Green­ wich high school study hall on beautification needs in villages This will be the seventh in a series of community planning meetings to be conducted by representatives of the state of­ fice of planning coordination. Albany district office. Environmental planning is the main topic of this seminar and subjects to be discussed will be water resources, preser­ vation of historic buildings and sites, billboards and signs, and other beautification efforts. Members of historical clubs, garden clubs, women’s organiza­ tions and. service clubs are in vited to attend as information on problems blighting com- munilies today will be discus­ sed. Mayor John Crozier of Green­ wich has asked all people in the .village interested in develop­ ing a beautification program for the community to attend. Will Celebrate Legion Birthday The American Legion will ob s-erve its 49th birthday an'niver sary this month and Liberty post No. 515 will celebrate the occasion with a roast beef din­ ner at the legion home Satur­ day . evening, March 23. The auxiliary has assisted in making plans; for this event to which all legion and auxiliary member? are invited and urged to attend The American Legion was founded in Paris, France, in the year 1919, shortly after the close Of World War I, by repre­ sentatives'of the various” outfits of the Amerjcan Expeditionary force. The organization now consists of Veterans of \World „ War I and IL.the Korean war and the Vietnam era in over 16,000 posts throughout the na­ tion and in several' fountries and 'territories' overseas. 8 Inducted In National Honor Society Eight upperclassmen were im- ducted into the Greenwich chap*- ter of the National Honor so­ ciety at its twelfth annual tap­ ping ceremony Friday afternoon at the Greenwich high school gymnasium. Those chosen for this honor are: * Kathryn Coates, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arlington Coates; Thomas Davis, son of Mrs. Doris Davis; Jane Gorsky, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alex­ ander Gorsky; Michael More­ house, son of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Morehouse; Paul Walker, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Walker; Doretta Wever, daugh­ ter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph We­ ver; and two honorary members, Kenneth Borden, son of Mr. an<d Mrs. Elton Borden; and Marina DeOliverira, American Field Service student living with Mr. and Mrs. Roger Seacord. Five members of the Honor society organized the program their property for more than five years. beejj divided into two sections l'T h « e s making mnlioifion ;wifJr M ss ASnes Webster- cap- mnct n m r S nrnnf taira of one part; Mrs. Richard must present proof of ^ge, proof Q , . V f . . of ownership of property, and ,V^.zler r information on their annual in - ;v i ,*age Green, come, such as completed in-, \Che canvassers a n d their come tax f&rm, All applications, streets in Miss Webster’s sec- must be fil^d with the board of. tion are: assessors in the town in which 1 Simpson, Eileen '-B r o p h y; their property is located. |Gray, Kathy Fullerton, Sharon Application forms are avail- ’ Raemer, Ruth Clark, Gerry able at the town clerk’s office., Whitaker; Prospect, Mrs.. John ^ Gillis; Salem, Mrs. George Ives, Doretta Wever; Woodlavvn and FisJier, Christine Ingalls; Church, Miss Patti'‘Hoag, Mrs. William Tomlinson; Main, ^ s . Kenneth Moon, Mrs. Chester Sktft. An -evening of folk music will Cottage, Mrs. Robert Lansing, be pr«Sen(fd this Triday at 8 Virginia Williams; Maplewood, o'clock in ^ u r t o n hall, North Miss Terry Lindsay; Salem and Easton. In addition to selections 1 Washington square, Mrs. John by local ycnitlr including Terry ‘Falkenburg; Whipple and Kelly, Timmy Borden, Philippa Cooper, Mrs. Henry .T. Mesick; Peters, Nan Marchnland, Mar- Mawry, Mrs. J. W. Fitzpatrick, garet Riley, Beverly &orden and 1 En Mrs. Crozier’s section the Cindy Allep, the program will canvassers are: include tl^ r e e folk singing ’Washington, Mrs. A n t ho n y grt>ups froirtthe area: The Moon- ciirrlstaldi; Hill, Mary Lea Cro- spiiu)e?!>, of. Valley Falls, the Regina Aldous: Academy. Jim Borden family of Averill Kirn and Debbie Dannenberg; Pack, and-Charles and Dinah Va.nNfess, -Mrs. Philip Bergin. Schley of North Troy. Harriet Howland; Corliss. Mrs. Th^, contributions^ received paul, Mrs. Arthur Bain; will be used by tho Easton Bleccrkex\ Mrs. Thomas Butler, Methodist church -for sponsor- y D(la Hartwell < n ( t t f t T o . _ . . . _ Program of Folk Music IToiricrrow At Buiton Hall me jjiugiui.il,ing Japes harden s trip to ja- John, Mrs. Harold Abbott. Mrs. and spoke-on the principles of; J™*1- . I\ ? ^.rs‘ Hasrry HEifield; Abeel. Mrs. Virgil the society. Gait Davis gare ® ton Bbroen of Easton, has. Knight; Eddy, Mrs. John L. 01- tlie introduction and led tlie I ~,e.en rccrmted to visit Japan cogt; 5 ^ ^ and Rock, Lori and pledge; Kathy Sherin spoke on ^ 5 su^0Mtr t0 assist Japanese Anrl Brownell. dairy farm e rs’in fa m tecfr.lv v n 0f Greenwich The application must be filed before May 1 witli thc board of assessors in the town in-'Cvhieli, the property owner lives. The board of education of the Greenwich school district ap­ proved granting this deductiors following a public hearing last Wednesday evening, attended by about 15 people Following the hearing the* board met with Homer Dear- love. superintendent of the su­ pervisory district, who discussed the vocational education pro­ gram for the coming school year character, Vicki Perkins on leadership,, Bette Austin on scholarship, and^ George Allen Nforman W. Allen, president of the board of education, spoke on the shared responsibilities of providing and maintaining a good educational system and of the increasing importance of- quality education today EdfJ^y F. Snyder, supervising 'principal, spoke of thc honor whiqh) tfie newly inductcd members ' ;ipd earned in attaining the high standards of the society and congratulated the parents «f’ the students for their interest and support at home. Yvonne Jtihnson, president of niguds aad'management He said occupational training 'he student council, opened the will be offered slow learners' l‘roKram Rc-s Donald McLeod, next year in such fields as hos-! P ^ tor of the United church pital work and food seiwiee. Mr I the invocation The school Dearlove showed slides of some, i hoir. directed by Mrs. Eleanor of the work being done at the 1 Wimmer, sang Lights and led Argyle occupational school; the audience in singing the ?*a which some Greenwich students i tional Anthem, attend and also had samples of A reception followed the pro workr done by local students. . sram for all numbers of the The board approved the pur-> U»nt>r society, their parents and chase of two new school buses fiends and faculty members, on recommendation of transpor- I'unch and cookies were served t a t i o n supervisor. Raymond Ack- by the home economics depart ner. It also approved the trans-. nwnt under the direction of fer of Mrs. Emily Weaver from ^ rs- Marion Roberson. ninth grade English teacher to ■ _ -------- reading helping teacher in th« school system, effective next fall. Mrs. Audrey Ringer, who has been reading helping teach­ er for three years, will return to teaching second grade. Next Thursday. March 28. at 1 Horace J. Taber chapter, Or- 8 pm the board will open bids ider of DeMolay, is observing the ‘for construction cf the addition 149th anniversary of interna- tional DeMolay week with spe­ cial activities each day this week. The local chapter was 3n the town of Greenwich the , following are making the can- •n’aasr' --** — \ jMWtll? \Falls Mrs. Francis ey, Deborah and Leslie Yandiow; Argyle road. Mrs. Wil- liitni J. Donohue J r ; Cossayuna nild Bunker Hill, ’ Mrs. Donald Bain; North Greenwich, Mrs Walter Skellie; North Gr^en 'Wlch road, Mrs. Ernest Edgerly; Salem road, Mrs. William ' Moshier. 1 Center Falls and Ryan road. ULane Tracy. Mrs. Kenneth Tracy; Battenville. Mrs. Charles Pairker, East Greenwich and Stnd street, Mrs. Leslie Bard- well; Rock Hill and Robertson road, Mrs. Donald Gillis; Bald Mountain, Mrs. Fred Hunt Sr Dorothy Slocum, Mrs. John Flynn, Mrs. Winfield Nessle, Mrs. William Skiff, Mrs, Eleanor MacNeil, Mrs, Kenneth Hill, Mrs, Gladys Coffin, Mrs. George Clark, Mrs. Kenneth L u k e,, .Mrs, Harry Booth, Mrs, Rodney SnelL, Mrs. G.len Violette.. Mrs. Joseph Ropitsky Jr. and Mrs, Thomas Hayes are co- chairmen of the campaign in the southern part of Easton, and those who are making the can­ vass there will’ Be announced latef. Mr. Mesick and J. W. Fitz­ patrick are making the solicita­ tion of business, industry and organizations. Anyone who is not contacted personally in this campaign and u isltes to support the Red Cross program may send his contribu­ tion to Mr. Mesick. Special Course For Lab Testers May Be Offered To fill the needs of industries in this section for qualified laboratory testers, a one-year course f-will be offered high school students next year at tlie North Argyle occupational school. The course will be given only if enough students sign up for it by April 1 of this year. The main requirement for the course is completion of algebra in Mgh *chool. The course will be given in conjunction with the regular school program in the local school, and those en­ rolling will attend the North Argyle school on a part-time basis. They will receive two school credits , for the year’s \vor3c. ' Positions which are open to Jaburatpryy festers' ai$ ip sucii industries as pulp and paper Will's, .textile ¥ manufacturers. chcinieal ‘ j&ttclss industries, electronic firms and hospital laboratories. ,4 Any local, student interested in taking this- course should contact Donald Brooks, guidance j counselor, at the school before,' the first of April. Miss Kuzmich Is Chosen As Finalist Miss Beverly Kuzmich, daugh­ ter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kuz­ mich Jr., of Herrington Hill road, Easton, has been named finalist in the Americans Abroad summer program. Beverly is a junior at Green­ wich high^ school. For several years she has been active in several phases of school activi­ ties. An avid skier, Iter mastery of this sport is demonstrated fey her past experiences as ski in* Structor and racer at Willard mountain. Beverly’s name was submitted to the home office of the Amer­ ican field service in New York city last November and word of her finalist status reached the Greenwich chapter March 19. The New York otfice stated in its data sheets to the local pres­ ident that 73 per cent of all iinalists are successfully placed in foreign homes. Final place­ ment in the summer northern hemisphere program for which Beverly is being considered Is mot normally concluded until June. 250 Gather For Sing Out At Argyle to Be Held by Lions The Greenwich lions club will hold a free vision screen- | ing in cooperation with the East­ ern New York Society of Op- | tometrists Thursday, April 25, I from 8 to 10 p m. at the Green- , vvich community center. T h e ■ public is invited. Thc screening is especially designed to detect any evidence of glaucoma in people over the The Troy area Sing Out up age of 40. Those who fail the state cast presented a musical screening will be given a notice Thomson. Christine Weidman;, revue. Don't Stand Still, to an'to see their own doctor for a Clarks Mills. Mrs. Ray Blair, • enthusiastic audience of «250 complete examination. Those Mirs. Irl MeCue; Fort Miller and people, at the United Presby- who pass the screening will be NEW SIGNS HERE—New street Route 4, Mrs. Joseph Wilbur; ■ terian church in Argyle Satiyr- advised that they have passed signs have been p>ut up in the North road and Spraguetown, day evening. : the criteria set up for the test, village of Greenwich the last Mrs. James Sloan Jr.; new de Presented in full chorus ,1 The Lions club has arranged' week or so by the department velopment, iflrs. Harold Snow. , ensembles, solos all accented by this screening as a public serv- of public works. The signs were Town of Easton rhythoic precision movements ice, and members of tlje club's given to the village by the Mrs. Fred Schafer is captain ( and accompanied by a combina 1 sight committee. Robert Pratt, Greenwich Lions club and re- of the drive in the northern tion of percussion, guitars and, Walter Fitzpatrick, Robert Doug- brass, the musical revue fea las, Sherwin Bowen, William tured such songs as: Freedom! White, John Crozier and Don- Isn’t Free, What Color Is God’s aid Cook, will assist at the Skin?, You Can’t Live Crooked! clinic. and Think Straight, and the! Dr. Irving Weiss, secretary q £ title piece, Up With People. the board of the optometrists Four members of a group es- society, says, “although a screen- plained the purpose of the or ing can not be a substitute for ganization is dedication to hon- a complete professional exam- esty. purity, unselfishness and, Ination, there are many indi­ placed .those which were put up part of the town of Easton, many years ago. The signs are H«r canvassers are: white letters on a light green Mrs. Louis E. Marchaland, background. Mrs. Albert O. Wilbur, Mrs. DeMolay Group Is Observing Zip Code Brings Anniversary of Order cett*u'umI*'*6'1 # . H 'k a V / i l l n n o to the high School building. This will include construction of 12 classrooms, two-shops, an audi­ torium, and enlarging the li-.founded September 31, 1961. Its I present officers are: Steven I Dawes, master c 0 u n c i 1 0 r ; ! Charles Tracy, senior councilor; and Donald Brownell, ..Junior councilor. ■ _ The chapter opened DeMolay Extension of ' the planning : week Sunday by attending the brary and cafeteria. Will Expand Planning Group committee to obtain better rep­ resentation from Cambridge, Sa­ lem, Jackson and Schuylerville Centenary Methodist church in a body and furnishing the Sun­ day bulletins that day. Monday was the decision of a group of 'was dress-up day at'school. Tises 20 southern Washington county .day the boys erected entrance for new candidates at Newburgh F p f t h e V l l i o j C j e and will present six candidates An e'hjzelope was delivered to from the local chapter. This»tlie village clerk’s office in ceremony will also honor the Greenwich a few days ago care retirement of Dad Walter G. fully addressed: Seely, past executive officer of -Greenwich Village the eastern jurisdiction of New New York, N. Y. 12834 York state. This is the -note that was in As the week began, it will the envelope: end with the members attend- l>ear Sir: ing church, this coming Sunday I would like to have some in- in the United Presbyterian formation on hippies. Thank church in Salem, ai^d again the ycu. chapter will present the church Sincerely, bulletin. . Barbara Renbarger On Saturday, March 30, at 8 Galien, Michigan p.m. the chapter will hold a This shows the power of the public installation of officers at zip code. Barbara obviously the 1 lodge rooms in Greenwich.’wanted her letter to go to-that people interested in sponsoring I signs for Greenwich with Kor- Charles Tracy will succeed to section of New York qity known - _ 1 ,/vmn in nnn T TnKm* nm* tham lUa ftfPina nf mactnr- nnnnnilnr- frTPPtlWlph Vlll3?P Tfi aSSIJPC a hon-profit nursing home in this section. The group met lEust week' in Greenwich. The next meeting will be April 9 at the Greenwich community °center, and rrtfeantime people from the other towns will be contacted. The proposed project is for an ace J. Taber chapter on them Yesterday the chapter placed a wreath at the federal plot in Greenwich cemetery to honor the veterans of past wars. Today the chapter, through the cooperation of 73 businesses in Greenwich and Salem, is 80-bed nursing home in this 1 sponsoring a page advertisement section. | in this paper, calling attention to the anniversary and citing LOTTERY SALES UP Lottery ticke.t sales for Feb­ ruary were 4,925,611, acegrding to State-Tax Commissioner Jo­ seph H.’Murphy. Sales^fcr Jan­ uary were 4,918,157,. Prices tor. the February lorttiery which to* tal '$1,259,550, 'Will he shared by' 1*182 prize’ winners, * the principles and the objectives of the order. The boys are cleaning the Masonic lodge rooms this y afternoon and eve^ ning.. Tomorrow will be dress' up dax, at school and the end of the chSpter’s- light bulb^sale. Saturday, chapter members will attend an all-day'initiation America and the world are tho richer.” The Sing Out upstate cast ap­ peared in Argyle by invitation of the Westminster Youth Fel­ lowship of the host ch'urch of which Rev. Gerald Hazard is tho pastor. February Price Of Milk $5.48 For Dairymen Milk producers for the Mas- sachusetts-Rhodc I s 1 a n d-Ne\v Hampshire federal order market will be paid $5,48 _ a hundred­ weight for‘ 3.6 per cent milk received during .February at Zone 21 plants, 201-210 miles from Boston. Tfyra price is equiv­ alent to ll.B cents a quart. The February blended price ident; Harold Burch Jr., secre- tin who answers, questions frofn|ts~ accompanied by a butterfat the office of master councilor; as Greenwich Village. To assure Donald Brownell will become its delivery she must have con- senior councilor, and- Peter -Saw-.suited -a zip code directory and yer, junior councilor. tiiere found Greenwich -12834. So the letter came here, and C* 'vas delivered where all mail F i r © t - o m p a n y lo the village is sent, the clerk’s _ A f i ; . * , , , , office. Mrs. Ceeile Chambers, E i e C T S w T T l C e r S village clerk, didn't have much .Everett Clark Sr, was elected imfom-ation to send Barbara president and treasurer of the about hippies. The Journal just Middle Falls fire department at happenedtp^hear about the Iet- its annual meeting Tuesday, ter, and feeling Barbara should March 12. Other officers elected .have some answer has turned are: John Cofranc3sco, vice pres- her question over to Terry Aus- iary; .Harqld Cofrancisco Jr;, and about teenagers -in his fire chief; Edward Gillis, assist- column, - ant chief; Joseph Flynn, trustee- Terry has ,an answer for Bar- far a-three-year term, - ' . laar-a in his column this week. love. viduals in any community who An invitation to young people, have severe visual disturbance in Washington county to organ- and are not aware of it.” “ .ze a sing out group brought! The screening, he explains, some 30 teenagers to the plat- constitutes a chcck for visual form' to sing with the cast. These acuity in each eye at distance volunteers were told that sing and near, tests for horizontal out is more than a show, that itj and verdical. balance of the is “a way of life, a way to run: eyes and depth ability, and a *he race for a new world, a way, test to determine the presence to speak out and be heard until of glaucoma. “There will be no. harmful drugs used and there will be no need for paralysis of thc eyes,” he says. Still Seeking Host r ^~®he—-looal—American Field differential o r 8.1 cents, j the same as for January buf up \slightly from\ tfee 8 , 0 -cent 'def- ferential of February° last year. Fort Edward. Scrvice chapter is still looking for a host family for an Ai'S student for 1968-69. Continua­ tion of this program, which allows Greenwich students the opportunity for applying for liv­ ing and learning experiences abro&d, is contingent upon a foreign AFS student’s presence in the focal community. Any­ one interested in obtaining fur­ ther information about becom­ ing a host family is asked to contact George Ives br Mrs, Shirley Murphy. j • AUXILIARY TO MEET A county meeting of the American Legion auxiliary will be held Thursday, March 21, in : 3 | *^ ‘ l w i \ m ‘>.^1 yi'M ■ll ‘ill ■ ■{ *)v i * .

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