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The Greenwich journal and Fort Edward advertiser. (Greenwich, N.Y.) 1924-1969, July 27, 1967, Image 7

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M id d le F a lls. - r . •.-* .• «>««<.-• Oae hundred dairy leaders lrom l 2 states in .the northeast jnet last week ill; Stratford, Conn., for a three-day epnfer- ence to examine the problems ot dairymen and to seek ave­ nues of action. ffie theme of the conference, Improving the Dairy Farmers’ Economic Position Through Farm Bureau, was evidence of a more active rol^ by the fatm bureau organization in the dairy industry. , '>V Speakers at the conference who . supplied vsiluable. .. back­ ground. informatipn werei, gtu- ytJfcbciiso&, agrieiiltwsaa mfao- njai^ JJniversity of Coimecticqt; !Wfi'tta<se.‘ A: Mitcheltgree; ^xten- Sfcoit spgcisdist at, RutggrCpni- verlity; 'William jphnstbne, extension dairy marketing spe­ cialist^ Pennsylvania State uni­ versity; and Mike Norton, sec­ retary of the Rational Milk Producers’ federation. .Also speaking to the conferees were Charles Shuman,, president of the American Farm Bureau fed- ^rationi'—and Roger Fleming, director office. ^ £ The menders *ttentUrig tH# conference not onlyrepresenjted'' the leadership of ta>» Farm Bife reau in the 1 2 -state area, but,, many of them are also direo-, tors and officers of the- malar; dairy cooperatives. The conference approved some specific reconianendatioxijS for a course of action. These recommendations will nbw be discussed by the boards of di­ rectors in each state- and a re­ gional program de-velo-ped. De­ tails of the program wall be announced after lizard action has been taken. • Dick McGuire of Jackson, di­ rector of the New York Farm Bureau, was one ef the dairy­ men who attended this confer­ ence. ACHENBAGHPS Since 1890 “ I f you, don’t know diamonds; know your jeweler 208 Glen Streat Glens Falls, tt; Y , yfimeCTi __ TMe tcs i^^iR r eng^ine for the safe smooth driving perfomance, lower gas costs you want. Timing-, plugs, carburetor, points adjusted for efficient, economical operation. ur A D D / C TEX-ACO S E R V IC E lv A 1C r O & 3 Q D Y SHO P 200 MAIN ST. ^ 692-7366 GREENWICH • ^ . T!fais m ilP w & s th e G r e e n w ich, L e a th e r B o a r d o o m p m j m i l l , . 50 . y e a r s (dMCL a g o . ?| t is n o w past* o f S t e v e n s 'and- T h o m p son.,Paper com p a n y m i l l fceaa?• B ig; F a l l s a frit- <d^nrau.jfeeaii!w r ;fr®*a . ESTATES Proceedings before Judge Robert W, laseonj in Washing­ ton county Surrogate’s court: . Estate - oaf Harold- R. -Chad­ wick, Kingstay; decree entered in Judicial settlement of the ac­ count of administratrix. Estate oi Mary A. Dwyer, Kingsbury; decre 6 entered in .judicial settlement of th e 'ac­ count of trustee. „ Estate of Almon—Rathbun, .. Fort Ann; Iclters of administra­ tion issued to Charles A. Hath- bun. ' Estate pf Ella Flatley, Eas­ ton; letters of administration issiied to William E. flatley. Estate »f Edith E. Tyler, White Creek; vouchers foT re- ■ ceipt of legacy filed. . Estate of Philip J. Riley, Kingsbury; decree entered in account- of eicectttors.. Estate of Mary A. Hiney, - ' Whlte-Qrc&it; last will admitted to probate; letters testamentary issued to Everett C. Updike. .r Estate of James E. Murray, Fort Edwtoril; vouchers for re­ ceipt of legacies filed. Estate of Beatride C., Sher­ man, Greenwich; last \MH ad- . mitted to piohate; Jetteis testa-; mentary issued'-to Bora Louise • €folvta. -V ~ Estate of Catherine L. Patten; Greenwich; citation issued in probate of last will, returnable September 6 , at Salem. \ Estate of Robert M. Niles Sr., White Creek; Receipts of lega­ cies and discharge of executor filed. ; . Estate »f f Henry F. Miner, Hartford; letters of administra­ tion issuedk to Frfincis fit Miner. • Estate of Victor j . Williams, Sa­ lem; decree entered in judical settlement of the account of trustee. Guardianship of Beatrice J. Moore, Easton, former infant; d e c r e e -entered discharging guardian. * Estate of Grace Briggs, Fort Edward; letters of administra­ tion issued to .Ruben E. Wall. Estate of Fred L, Trackey, Fort Edward; letters of admin­ istration issued' tb Dorothy M. Trackey. ;{ ^ Estate of Orpha Doty, Fort ..Edward; vouchers filed. .Estate o f Abigail . Hoskins. . .Fort Edward; affidavit of volun -j. tary -admiaistraior, Earl, B. Hos- ■B;k|ns, filed. ’ , Estate or aohert <J. Pincliin,' Kingsbury; last \vill admitted to probate;, letters testanmtosy issued to John Jc -Jteary. * ,• Estate of Align L.' Cady, Fort Edward, last will admitted to probate?; letters testamentary issued to Madeline Fish. ’ .’Estate o f irving (ftmtob jstott Edwird; letters of 'Administra­ tion issued to Slarjoii J, Holt. Estate of Margaret!.. Hurray, Fort Edward; affidavit settling estate filed. t \ ! ’ ! Estate of Patrick G. Ih^yer, Granville; letters of administra­ tion issued to Marjorie B. Dwy­ er and John If. Dwyer. : ~ Estate of Earle A, Howard, Cambridge; last will admitted t o probate; letters festanrien- tary issued to Agan F. Howard. Estate of Lina M Bums, Kingsbury; last -will admitted to probate; letters testamentafy issued to Margaret Jaynes Mor­ rison. ' ' Estate of Ina B. Crosier, He­ bron; release and discharge of administrator b y agreement filed. , . Estate of Henry J, Supxeiaaht,- Kiiigsbury; letters ,of adnHtus- tration issued' to Mitchell J. Suprenant. v .* * Estate of Richard H. Sard- ner, White Creek; last will .ad­ mitted to probate; letters, testa­ mentary issued tb Marjorie' & Gardner. • . ' ■ . ■' , Estate of *Amy G-. .Bassett, Dresden; last will admitted, to probate; letters test’amen'ta'ry. is- Estate o f ~Ida' 'Mr~\Wils 6 h> Greenwich; release and .dis­ charge of executor filed, , ' Estate of William Barnette Smith, Hebron; Vouchers- for receipt of legacy filed. '. * ' Sales and Ser^ice - Am6rlc«'s ^lo. 1 Economy Car JAMES NATALE,. Prop. ' So. 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At midnight Gloria Go-vria of Ibe New York City Ballet will perform tke dance de, veatre from George Balanchine’s set­ ting pf the Nutcracker . by ‘Tschaiko-vsky, ,, A llinited number of ticlcofs fhfi th&' J a g a it' 3 benefit are sflii available through Kurt fios- entlial o£ tHe center’s staff. ; Mrs, Tieisoh A. Rockefeller- Is; '!the honojary chairman and Mrs. ^Cornelius Vaa<3erbiltWhitneS is the chairman of the August 3 ^beneit, Mrs. JRoekefeller is' the Chairman o f the center’s board , of.diretitorsvof'Which Mrs. TOiit* ney’s’husbaiid is a key member, Amon^ tliose -oii the committee .are m William Jr. Lyttle Jr. $nd Mrs- Janies Lbwery * Jr. o f Greenwich, Mrs, Julian V. D. Or­ ton df Salem; Mrs. George E.- 3rewer and Mrs. Ernest Cuneo of Cambridge. A.- Stile^Sdh .‘o£: 'iKJ and Mrs. Lee'%ites o£;..Grefawieii, ffias .be e n promoted from private first class to specialist, fourth class. He is mow stationed in 'Korea and his new address is: ‘SP/4 Richard A. 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