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The Greenwich journal and Salem press. (Greenwich, N.Y.) 1969-1978, April 15, 1976, Image 13

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% • » fk i# P roceedings before Judge Tluftnas'C. Remsen in W a shington county surrogate Vcoujrt;: Estate of J 6 hn P. Liiiehati; Kingbury; let­ ters of adm inistration iBsued to Lillian Linehan. .'/E state o f $4fixt 'B. w lfra y tfo i, Grisiaville; last P will admitted! to’ probate, letters .testamentary is- ^ is u e d to M a r y '^ B r a y to n . S''' : Estate fof Genevieve A. Fitzpatncjk, Granville] in­ struments settling estate d ; --- — --- Estate of Elizabeth A. Walker, Granville; instru­ m ents Settling estate filed. | Estate i of Charles T. Harney, Xtogsbury; last ’will admitted to probate, letters > testamentary is­ sued iff Mary K. Harney. Estate' of John B . Brooks, Greenwich; last A i s will admitted to probate, letters testamentary is­ sued to Helen Crosby -Brooks.,. _ Estate o f Norn A . ' Shearer .K i n g s F u r y ; decree entered in judicial settlemtn of the account o f executor, Estate of Elizabeth D,e* vine, Cambridge; letters of a<toinistration issued to John Devine Jr7 Estate of Ethel M . Powell* Greenwich; last will admitted to probate, letters testam entary is­ sued to Elizabeth David­ sen. Estate of E lla E. Briggs, Easton; letters of adminis­ tration issued to porothy B. Slflcum. E s tate o f M ay T. Bascue, Whitehall; vouch­ ers filed. Estate of John, C. Mc­ Clarty,' W hite Creek; last w ill admitted to probate, letters testamentary is­ sued to Helen McClarty. Estate of Stephen E. W aite, W hite Creek; last w ill admitted to probate, letters testamentary is­ sued to Elizabeth K. W aite. Estate of Stephen Kor- diak a /k /a Stephen K o r d iy a k , G r a n v ille ; .vouchers\for receipt of legacy filed. testate of William R. Owens, Argyle; vouchers for receipt of legacy filed. Estate of Roland Sisson, W h itehall; instruments settling estate filed, Estate of Edith M. Atkinson, Hartford; last will admitted to probate, letters testamentary is­ sued to Ernest E. At­ kinson. Estate of Garland R. \W alsh, Fort Edward; let­ ters of adm inistration issued to Grace M . Wsilsh. Estate of Judson D. W haley, Fort Edw ard! letters of administration issued to Edgar;,,, E. Whaley Jr.,' • ** Estate of SarallV.E. Rokjer, Kingsbury; last will admitted to probate* letters testamentary is­ sued to John F. Rolger . Estate o f . Sara F, Bateholts, C a m tordger last w ill adm itted to’ probate, lettera tpsta- mentary issued to Eliza-’ beth B. Morse. ... Estate of Florence N. Evans, Greenwich; receipt and release of adminis­ trator filed. Estate, of Lawrence A- Reynolds, Kingsbury; last will admitted to probate, letters testamentary , is­ sued . to Hulcta M. Lawrence. j ^ Estate of Maria De- siato, Granville; letters of ’administration issued to Salvatore C. Desiato. Estate of David D. ^McKernon, Argyle; let­ ters of adm inistration isftied to John E. Mc- ■Kemon. ■ Estate of Ella K. Pfeiffer, Easton; last will admitted to probate, let­ ters testamentary issued to Winfred J. Pfeiffer Jr. Estate of Mabel E. ,J3ann, White Creek; last will admitted to probate, letters testamentary is­ sued to Walter E. Gann. Estate of Agnes K. BeRidder, Kingsbury; decree entered in judicial settlement of the account of executor; vouchers under decree filed. Estate of Elects 'rf. Truesdell, Kingsbury; . letters of administration f t ifej h ' * SHANK PORTION S M O K E D H A M S U.S. GOV’T. INSPECTED G R A D E “A” I m WKW H H I T U R K E Y S k . m - l V, A V * . W/COUPON & I j , PURCH. OF V 5.00 OR MORE EXCIUDING'BEER & CIGARETTES COUPON QOOO THRU SAT.. APRIL 17,1976 LIMIT ONE PER CUSTOMER ALL FLAVORS .HOLLAND HALL ICE CREAM SHj^KHAfcEW AIER ADbEB ,, A SWIFP$ FROZEN & THAWED TURKEY :D HAMS.._ ... ........ .^8?* DRUMSTICKS ......... s ....... ...» 3$» SWIFT.'SPRtEMIUfVl CANNED HAMS r . 4 9 9 V CAN BU fT tfAtFOR • W H p L E H A M S ..:™ ^ ;.:“ d..........lB 9 9 « ^SWIFT'S PREMW M^ W BUTTlRBALL ^TURKEYS Q Q , TO 14 LB. AVERAGE! DEEP BASTED CENTER CUT SMOKED H A M S T E A K S . I I I - rum-ti. ot- } HALF 5.00 OR MORE ■ GALLON EXCLUDING BEER ■ & CIGARETTES 5 ' I I COUPON GOOD THRU SAT., APRIL 17,1S7S Jjg jf ■ LIMIT ONE PER CUSOTMER ” ■ \v • / I r GRAND UNION 2 ■ APPLESAUCE J ■ - [m w/coupoN & I PURCH. OF ■ 15 0 Z . ^ H ■ ■ £ 5.00 OR MORE ■ MR ■ EXCLUDING BEER ■ ■ & CIGARETTES 3 COUPON GOOD THRU SAT., APRIL 17.1976 ' I LIMIT ONE PER CUSTOMER \ E 7 j | m S A V E 5c A P O U N D |.» Mill 1 ii: •. Ji ; ITALIAN SAUSAGE 1 1 9 m >1 i r>:n>, 1 1 Mt c r.m PO R K CH O P CO M B O 4 1 9 !b. | i(PKGii,UNDER3LBS. PRICEDSUGHTLY HIGHER), ON FAMILY PACKS... PKGS. OVER 3 LBS. G R O U N D BEEF 8 4 FROM THE (J I T S & V E G E T A B L E S calif OR miafresh ASPARAGUS RUSSET BAKING US. NO. 1-S»ZEA* ' ID A H O P O T A T O E S ■ ' _ ■ V ; ' ' FtORlDA ’ • PASCAL CELERY ORIDA IIUiCE ORANGES ..... 5.LB. .BAG DEEP FREEZE! TOPPING Hi. OFF LABEL B IR D S E Y E C O O L W H IP 4 8 new natu W aljuice - _ tool* iffn A t r r y - r h u b t f b or t h * r r y MRS. SMITH'S PIES...™1.39 BIGVALijy M IX E D F R U IT S ...................... 7 7 < BIRDS EVfi S T E A K F R I E S .......................... 2 pk°g 1 6 6 < b u i t o n i CHEESE RAVIOLI .......... 79* ' GRAND ONION C U T C O R N 320Z.|l% | ^ ( O R P E A S BORDEN* ‘ ff CREMPRA....... RbVALP^IINCE SWEET YAMS ... 160 Z * Q Q { PILL^BOftY ( 6 ) v a r i e t i e s nJAR- - B R E A D 49< M I X I 5 . . BAGGIES FOOD: _ ^ . 'GRAND UNION SLICED BEETS- _ STORAGE’ BAGS ... ^79* * ' GRAND UNION RUFFLED . w Q R E B i l ■ASAONE L ........ . .... 5 ? 4 * BBANS. .......... 5 , « i CANS ■ r GRAND UMION SLICES OR HALVES YELLOW U S BRAMD POWDERED OR B R O W N S U G A R W| RESERVE THE RldHTtO^^LIM# ••4 ‘i; PRICES AND OFFERS EFFECTIVE THRU SAT., APRIL 17 GREENWICH JOURNAL Thursday, April 15,1976 * SALEM PRESS •Page 13 issued to Russell J. Smith. Estate of Patsy J. Catone, W hitehall; letters of administrationisaued to j Isabelle R. Catone. Estate, of Lyle K. Joiner, Fort Edward; last will admitted to probate, letters testamentary is­ sued to Leonard K. Joiner. Estate of Ashton P. W oodward, Greenw ich; last w ill adm itted to probate, letters testamen­ tary issued to Almedia H. Woodward. Estate of Philip Allen Dustin, Salem; last will admitted, to probate, let­ ters testamentary issued to Elizabeth Dustin. Estate of Robert F. Dube, Kingsbury; last will admitted to probate, let­ ters testamentary issued to Bertram J. Dube. Estate of Fred C. Barker, Cambridge; last will admitted to probate, letters testamentary is­ sued to John A.-Barker. Estate of Gertrude B. Robinson, Fort Ann; de­ cree entered in judicial settlement of the account of executors. Estate of Richard JH , Hall, Greenwich; last will admitted to probate, let­ ters testamentary and letter^ of .trusteeship is­ sued to Adelaide M , Hall. Estate of Mary Endres, W h itehall; instrum e nts settling estate filed. Estate of Lulu Doty, Fort Edward; letters of administration issued to Herbert B. Doty and Lanieta Doty Luttman. Estate of Michael J. Lynch, Fort Edward; last will admitted to probate, letters testamentary is­ sued to Letitia A. Lynch. - Estate of John Bandel, Salem; letters^of adminis­ tration issued to Mary L. Bandel. Estate of Donald J. Pressler, White Creek; last w ill adm itted to probate, letters testamen­ tary issued to Lawrence W . Presler and Theodore D. Presler. Estate of William I. Perry, Cambridge; last will admitted to probate, le tte rs testam e n tary issued to Everett E . Perry and Ruth F.. Perry. Estate o f Henry George, Granville; decree entered in judicial settle­ ment of the account of executrix. Estate of Roger Waite, Kingsbury; last will ad­ mitted to probate, letters testamentary issued to Louise Waite. Estate of Marjorie B. Faile, Argyle; letters of administration issued to William D. Faile. Estate of Charles J. O ’Donnell, Kingsbury; in s tru m e n ts se ttlin g estate filed. Estate of M arjorie Barkley Baker, St. Peters­ burg, F la.; letters of administration issued to Cleon J. Baker. Estate of Nell D. W il­ liams, Granville; last will admitted to probate, let­ ters testamentary issued to Helen M. W illiams. Estate of Jennie B. H am b lin, Fort Ann; vouchers for receipt of legacy filed. Estate of Ju lia S. Harter, Salem; last will adm itted to probate, letters testamentary is­ sued to Ralph F. Harter. Estate of Ruth Doner, Greenwich; decree en­ tered in judicial settle­ ment of the account of administrator. Estate of Marian S. Lyttle, Greenwich; last will admitted to probate, letters testamentary is­ sued to Christie E. Lyttle and William J. Lyttle Jr. Let your neighbor park his parking problem in your driveway. When he’s planning a party and you’re not using your car, offer the space for company. m CONSIDER yiJUR VISION Before your take to the slopes, give your vision as much consideration as you? ski equipment. Soft contact lenses can be worn comfort­ ably with the latest sunglasses or ski goggles, “Athletes/’ says Dr. Richard D, Hazlett, nationally known optometrist and lecturer on contact lenses, \are particularly sat­ isfied with them because of the lens’ safety and minimum problems with foreign par­ ticles in the eye or accidental loss.” LEGALNOTICE NOTICE OF NAMES OP PERSONS APPEASING AS OWNERS OP CERTAIN UNCLAIMED PROPERTY HEUJBY IHE PRUDENTIALNSURANCE I COMPANY „ OF AMERICA OF NEWARK, N.J. Ue persons wbote unn tad tut b »n gddreues tn» secorth f bekrw appear (ran cfac record* of tit* ftbovt-euaed fife issunucs corporation to b* eatided to tbtoibaed property la ubeasts of fifty dofltn or too**: Jennie GoodiO, GnnviUe, N.Y. Jtunn Crandall. Box 139, Middle Griav9k ltd., GrxnnUc, N.Y. A report ol wltimed property kn bin made to Arthur Levitt, tkt CowptroQer of du Seste ol New York, psnsaat to $701 of At , Abandoned Property Law of (1m Sate of Km Yock. A Kit of tketuuoet ‘ ceattlned In dab notice U oa file tad opea to pvbUc taptctioa at die principal office of tlur ccrpceKtSoe bcattd st 745 Broad Screel, U tke Cky cf Nemrk, Neweney, J where eadi efriicU—d property it payable. Sock kbtndoMd property wfl be paid om m befote Aapiit Slit aext to ptrtMi eetiblUteg to k» ndefacdoMkeir t to receive t&e iuw. Li tke t&cm&ftg moatk of Septanbtf, sad oei or before tbe testk dey tkenof, tack eedii*ed prnpecty w!9 be p«ld to Ardbw Lerin, tke Cooptroller ol tW S<a« of Nvw York, utd h till tbcrtvpoe cmu «o bt tkUe THE PIUDENnAIWSUIANCE COM? ANY OF AMEKKA MEN—WOMEN How to get up to 75% of college tuition paid for. Last year, over 90,000 young men and women earned college credits while serving in the Army. Now, over1000 colleges and the Army have devel­ oped a plan tnat will make college a reality for even more young people. It’s called Project Ahead and it’s a way for qualified young people to select the participating college they want to graduate from be­ fore they start their enlist­ ment. The best part is they'll take courses taught by ac­ credited colleges right on post, with the Army paying up to 75% of the tuition. Then, after the enlist­ ment's over, the G.I. Bill offers further financial assistance. Cali Army Opportunities 792-5181 Join the people who've joined the Army. An E<iol O n w tm iiiy Eaiteyw You ore invited to view an exhibit of the paintings of Blanche R. Thompson Now Hung at the Greenwich Office of Home Savings Bank of Upstate New York *

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