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The Greenwich journal and Salem press. (Greenwich, N.Y.) 1969-1978, July 29, 1976, Image 5

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X —Mi. and Mrs. Leo La Bell of Hudson Falls visited Mrs. Ora Pratt last week. —The animal picnic for members of the Cos­ sayuna Volunteer Fire company and auxiliary will be held Sunday, August 22, at the carnival grounds. —Robert Buck and children, Dobbin and Artianda, and Miss Tex- anne of Florida visited G r e e n w i c h GREENWICH JOURNAL Thursday, July 29,1976 SALEM P R E S S Page 5 Mr. and Mrs. Alex Van Driel and Mrs. Anna Upton this past week. —The Cossayuna Vol­ unteer Fire company auxiliary will meet Mon- day,—August 9, a t.7:30 p.m. in the firehouse. Ada Bailey is the hostess. —Mr. and Mrs. James Calhoun and family of Warrensburg were Sun­ day dinner guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Calhoun. M i s s C h e r y l S p r a g u e b r i d e o f S g t . B a r b u r on a set of 4 tlrei SWt :107s* You May Never Save More on Radial Tires! Hurry! Add ’em to Your Account setot4 M N M s Pin 1.12 F.E.T. M7M3 Witnafi TiMcn • Once you've driven on radials, you’ll never drive'bn anything else! • Deliver u p to 8% better gas mileage than orlgi- . nal equipment bias-belted tires S e t o f 4 O n l y — $a| 3 0 ° ° DH78-1* WhitawiM Tiibfl*** plua9.24 , ER7H* WhitawtH Tubif»a> plus FR7S-1* Whttswill T u M mi plu* 6R7S-14 JVhitawtli TubtlM* plua KP78-1* WhIMwill Tubelm plua F*d#r*l Exclia T« x . 94t F«d*r*l Exclta Tax. 1l3.52 Fedw»l Exclta Tas. 11.20 F#d«ral E xcm I Tax. 11.96 Ftdtral E xcm I Tax. S e t o f 4 O n l y - $ 1 0 0 0 0 GR75-15 WNtamill TXib»!«« plua 11.6? Ftd*r*l ExcIm Tax. HH7HS Wiitewdl Tubtlwi plus 12.2* F*dtr»l Excit* Tax. JR7HS Whltmrill Ttabiltss plu* 12.78 Fadira! Exclta Tax. LfTO -15 Whltrwilt Tubtlts* plua 13.38 Fadiral Exclta Tax. All prtctl pku Mwal ExctMax T at (tiown 14 bxta-bi llrai. FREE SERVICE! Western Auto has the best Catalog ordering system in townl At many Weslom Auto stores you'll know In seconds il tho major merchan­ dise you want Is in stock & when you can expect to got It! GREENWICH TIRE CENTER SI Main Street 692-7042 Miss Cheryl Lynn Sprague and Sgt. Bruce A. Barbur both of Mari­ etta, Ga., were united in marriage on June 26 at 3 p.m. in the Chapel at Dobbins air force base in Marietta by Chaplain Larry H. Ellis. LCDR, CHC, USN. The bride is the daugh­ ter of Mr. and Mrs. Morrill Sprague Jr. of Marietta. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Blois Barbur of Green­ wich. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Brenda Armstrong, friend of the bride was maid of honor and Donna Sprague, sister of the bride was bridesmaid. Sgt. David Formate of Chicago, El., was best Happiness is... our dependable used car from the Carmody Action Corner. CARMODY Ford - Mercury- \Ife Aciuw C mkw \ \Th* cal* Is anvivi backtd by tha aru't bm »«vle» dtp»rtm«nt.'' *16 v«»r» d«allng with uttsflfd cuttoman.\ 'H­ o u s e d CARS 1375 F O R D GRAN TORINO TU­ DOR V8. A.T.. P.S., Radio. Bine/ White. Vinyl Roof. 1975 F O R D TORINO FO R D O R va. A.T., P.S., Radio, White. IM S G R A N A D A FOEDO R 6 Cyl.. A.T., P.S., Radio. Copper. 1975 GRANADA. TUDOR 6 Cyl.. Std. Trans., Radio, Red. 1S75 VOLKSWAfiON TUDOR SE­ DAN - 4 Cyl.. Std.. Radio, Yellow 1975PLYMOUTH GRAN FUKY BROUGHN TUDOR H.T., V8. A.T., P.S., Air, Radit), Green/ White 1974 M AVERICK TUDOR 6 Cyl.. A.T., P.S., Badio, Blue. 1974 PLYM OU T H DUSTER 6 v GyW A.T ,, P ,S.,SBadio, Blue 1974 VOLKSW AGEN FORDO R 4 * Cyl., A /!., Radio, Green 1974 M AVERICK 4 D r., Luxury decor option. 6 Cyl., Auto., P.S., Radio, Air, W hite/ Brown 1974 Pt-YMOUTH BARACUDA TUDOR ■ HT, V8, A.T., P.S., Radio, ‘Yello-w/ Black 1973 COUGAlt CONVERTIBLE V8, A .T „P .S ., Radio, Blue 1973 FO R D GRAN TORINO FOR- DOB - V8, A.T., P.S., Radio, Red/ Black .1973 M AVERICK TUDOR V8, * A.T., P.S., Radio, Green 1973 PIN T O SQUIRE WAGON 4 Cyl., A .1!., Radio, Brown 1973 CHEVROLET VEGA WAGON - 4 CyL, A.T-. Radio, Orange 1973 LINCOLN CONTINENTAL FORDOR - V8t Full Power w/ Air, oond., Low Mileage, Green/lW hite 1972MONTEGO MX VILLAGER WAGON - V8, Auto., P.S., Radio, ‘Yellow 1972 FORD LTD TUDOR HT V8. A.T.. P.S.; Radio. Gold 1972 TORINO SQUIRE WAGON V8, A.T., P.S., Radio, Air. Blue 1972 FORB GRAN TORINO TU­ DOR V8, A.T.. P.S., Radio. Green 1972 VOLKSWAGEN TUDOR 4 Cyl.. \ speed. Radio. Blue 1972 TOYOTA COROLLA TUDOR 4 Cyl., A.T.. Radio, Green 1972 PLYMOUTH FURY II FOR- DOB ■ VS, A.T., P.S., Radio, Brown 1971 MUSTANG FASTBACK V8. A.T., P.S., Radio. Blue 1871 CHRYSLER CUSTOM NEW­ PORT FORDOR 8 Cyl.. Auto- Air Cond., Gold 1971 FORD TORINO TUDOR V8. Std. Trans., P.S.. Radio, Red. 1971 OLDSMOBILE 442 T l’DOR H.T.. V8, A.T.. P.S., Radio. Red/ White 1970 OLDS CUTLASS SUPREME TUDOR ■ V8, A.T., P.S., Creme 1970 FORD XL CONVERTIBLE V8, A.T., P.S., Radio, Yellow 1970 FORD LTD FORDOR SEDAN ■ V8, A.T., P.S., Radio, Brown 1968 FORD COUNTRY SQUIRE WAGON - V8, A.T., P.S., Blue 1966 LINCOLN CONTINENTAL TUDOR • H.T., Full Power, Blue TRUCKS 1$75 FORD F100 PICKUP V, Ton. 6 Cyl., Auto., Radio, Blue 1975 BRONCO - 4 Wheel Dr., V8, Std., Trans., Locking Hubs, Green/ White 1974 FORD F-600 DUMP TRUCK 5-7yd. Body, V8, 4 Speed Trans., 2 Speed, 17,500 axle, Green. U972 BRONCO 4 W HEEL DRIVE • V8, Std. Trans., Locking Hubs, Green/ White 1972 CHEVROLET C60 LONG W HEEL BASE CATTLE TRUCK - 2 Speed Axle, 4 Speed Trans., White SPECIALS 1929 F O R D MODEL A ROAD­ STER PICKUP 1932 F O R D 1 TON MOD&L B - EXPRESS TRUCK 1967 LARKJHT PdP-UP CAMPER, Sleeps 8. 1975 HOD AKA 100 TRAIL BIK E , • Very Low Mileage 1966 B R IDGESTONE TRAIL BIKE J O H N W A L S H - J O H N C A R M O D Y - J O H N H O W A R D C A R W O D Y F O R D - M E R C U R Y m e JUNCTION ROUTES 29 & 40 IN BUSY GREENWlCrt Phon*; 518-692-2246 Hour* for July & A u ^ Mon. - Fri. a«m-9pm; Sat., 8 *m «12 noon. man and Brian Barbur of Greenwich, brother of the bridegroom was usher. Sgt. Michael Teti of New York dty escorted the bridegroom’s parents and the bride’s mother. The swordsmen were Cpl. Gary Carter of New Jersey, Sgt. LeRoy Carter of Virginia, Sgt. Ed Garon of Illinois, Sgt. Michael Teti of New York, Cpl. Kenny Lipscomb of New Jersey, Sgt. Eric Brown of Michigan, Cpl. Buddy Renalt of Texas, and Cpl. Tom Bush of Virginia. A reception was held following the wedding at the Officers club at Dobbins air force base. Another reception was held on July 3 at the home of the bridegroom's par­ ents in Greenwich. . A* rehearsal dinner party was held on Friday night at the Squire Steak house, - t . The bride was grad­ uated in June 1974 from North Cobb- high school and in September 1975 from the Marietta-Cobb area vocational-technical school as a medical assistant. The bridegroom is a graduate erf Greenwich central school in June 1972. He joined the United States Marine Corps in 1972 and grad­ uated from jet mechanic schools in Memphis Tenn., and El Toro, Calif Sgt. Barbur, stationed in Marietta, as a jet me­ chanic, has reenlisted in the Marine Corps and expects to be transferred to El Toro. Calif., in the near future. Police arrest three S a tu r d a y LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE TO BIDDERS The Board of Education of Greenwich Central School District No. 1 of the towns of Greenwich, Easton, Argyle Cambridge, Hebron, Jackson Salem, and Fort Edward Washington County, Green wich. New York, (in accord ance with Section 103 of Article 5-A of the General Municipal law) hereby invites the submission of sealed bids for: 1. Milk 2. Ice Cream (novelty Items) 3. Tires and Tubes 4. Paper Products 5. Athletic Supplies and Equipment for use in the schools of the district. Bids will be received in the Business Office in the Middle Grade Building, corner of Woodlawn and Gray Avenues. Greenwich, New York until 2:00 p.m. on the day of August 6, 1976 at which time and place all bids will be publicly opened. Specifications and bid forms may be obtained at the same office*' -The Board of fiduc&tioii reserves the right to reject all bids. Any bid submitted will be binding for 30 days subsequent to the date of-bid openieig'. Jacqueline B. Wilkinson Clerk Board of Education 7-29 G e r m a n couple visits B iercuks Mr. and Mrs. Heinz Sihwenk of Offenbach, West Germany, leave for home this week after having spent two weeks as guests o f M r. and Mrs. Edward B ie r c u k in Greenwich. The Schwenks were in the U n ited States under a program operated in F.urope as Meet the Americans and in this country as the American Host Foundation. - The Biercuks read a xiev\ s article about the American Host program in The Joumal-Press in March o f this year and applied to participate. The Schwenks have been in thi\ country twice before dn the program. They LEGAL NOTICE *'T is herehv given that bn ■ iquor and wine license nn\ N r TL 94 has been issued t\ ’t undersigned to sell be • iiquor and wine under th< Woholic Beverage C on »»; I j « at R D 1. Greenw ich Wjs\ ngton -hHintv. for on- prv - ses consumption H >\ard VV and Fleanor M 1 isbome I) B A Osborne's Riverside lavem (formerh Rvfln’sl . \R D. 1. Greenwich. N Y 'V were guests of fam ilies in Philadelphia and W a s h ­ ington, D .C ., in 1974 and 1975. Before com ing to the Biercuks, they visited a family in Buffalo for two weeks. M r. Schw e n k is a m anufacturer’s represen­ tative dealing with m a ­ chinery used in the sur­ face treatment of metals. Mrs. Schwenk (Inge) is his secretary. They have two daughters, Ulrike, 16, and Bridgette. 14. The girls are visiting families in England while their par­ ents are in the United States. W h ile they were in Greenwich the Schwenks visited Fort Ticonderoga and the Saratoga battle­ field and other points of interest in this section. The Schwenks are shown here with Mrs. Biercuk. Three young persons were arrested on John street, Greenwich, Satur­ day evening and charged with possession of an open container and possession of marijuana. Chief George A. Phin­ ney assisted by Patrolman Thomas Jordan, arrested Lawrence Loucka, 20, and Miss Leslie Thompson, 19, of Troy, and Michael Hartnett, 20, of Melrose, at about 9:30 p.m. According to the chief he found them to be in possession of a container of marijuana and five marijuana pipes. They pled guilty before Village Justice Loris Thompson. Mr. Hartnett was fined $100 on the drug charge. The other two were fined $50 on the charge. All three were fined $10 each on the open container violation. Their car was im­ pounded and they were committed to Washington .county jail in Salem. On Sunday they paid the fines and they and their car were released. At midnight on Sunday, Patrolman Marshall Hop­ kins arrested Raymond Quinn of Abeel avenue, charging him with driving while intoxicated and fail­ ure to submit to a chemical test. The inci­ dent occurred on Acad­ emy street. Wednesday morning at 8:30 a.m., Chief Phinney investigated a personal injury accident in which a car driven by Barbara J. Wilbur of Greenwich col­ lided with a parked car owned by Gordon D. Kirk on John street. She suffered cuts to the face and chin. Two passen­ gers, aged one and three, were unhurt. West Rupert — Mrs. Alice Stewart of Salem called on Mrs. Mary Nelson one day last week. — Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Farrar and Mr. and Mrs. Horace Moore took a vacation trip to New Hampshire last week end. —The Philathea class will hold a picnic supper at the home of Mrs. Alice Swarm Thursday evening, August 5, at 5 p.m. The men are invited. — Mr. and Mrs. Ed Reilly of Freeport have returned home after visit­ ing Mrs. Mary Nelson. — Miss Theresa Cassidy of Shushan visited her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. M.E. Morey, last week._ — Mi-, and Mrs. Albert Roberts of Staten Island and Mrs. Alfred Pozello and granddaughter of Rutland visited Mr. and Mrs. M.E. Morey Wed­ nesday afternoon. GENERAL REVENUE SHARING A C T U A L U S E R E P O R T © GENERAL HEV&NUE SHARING PROVIDES *ED€fUi FUNDS DtfteCHV TO LOCAL AND STATE GOvEnHMENTS GOvEflNMENT MUST PUBuSH THIS REPORT ADVISING rou MOW TM&SE FU**OS HAVE BEEN USED OR OBLIGATED OV&XNQ Tx£ YEAP FROM JUl* ' T h *V i JUNE 30 TMlSlS TO INFORM tOU Of YOUR GOVERNMENT S PR30RlT«ES AND TO ENCOURAGE YOUR PARTICIPATION IN DEOS'OKS ON hQV* f\jTu«E *UNDS SHOULO BE SPENT NOTE ANY COMPLAINT* OF DISCRIMINATION IN THE USE OF THEM FVKOS HAT IB IEKT TO TMI OFFICI OP REVEMUI IHAftt—O, WAmiNQTON, P C 2922* ___________________ ACTUAL EXPENDITURES (Indud* ObDfSteftt) LEGAL NOTICE f’l'BLIC NOHCE The Vdsisorv Council to the Commissioner of Social Serv ices hereby announces that having actively participated m the planning for the deliver, of Social Services within Wash ington County, and having formally approved the 1^” Social Services plan herebv solicits public comment on the same. Further, copies of the Washington County Comprc hensive Plan for Social Sen. ices, together with the State Plan are available at Washington Countv Dept of Social Services. 6 Chuuh Street. Granville, N.Y 12R32 Department of Social Sen ices Satellite Offices: 197 Main Street. Hudson Falls. N Y 12839 Town Offices. 142 Main Street. Whitehall. N.Y 1288\ 36 West Main Street. Cambridge. N.Y I28!h Municipal Building. Mam street. Cambridge N ^ 12816. Coi\ntv Office Building. Clerk of the Board. Fort Edward. N.Y. 12828 Office of the Aging. Gravs Corners Road. Whitehall. N > 12887. O.E.O.. 122 Main Street. Hudson Falls. N.Y. 12839. Public Health Nursing Sen ices. County Annex Building. Hudson Falls, N.Y. 12839 Superintendent of Schools, Hudson Falls. N.Y. 12839. Public comment shall be submitted in written form by August 2. 1976, addressed to the Commissioner of Social Services, 6 Church Street. Granville. New York, for the purpose of evaluation and transmission- to the State Department of Social Services for further consideration and possible action. Homer Dearlove Chairman o f the Advisory Council Committee: Miss Helene Archambault. Mrs. Malcolm Douglas, Rev. Victor O ’Brien, Mr. Philip Sica, Mrs. Gladys Leaven­ worth, Mrs. Judith Hoard. Mrs..'Sharon Phillips, Mrs. Elizabeth Osborne, Miss Mary Dolan, Mrs. Lloyd Felmly, Mr. Harold Garrity, Mr. Kenneth Ducharme, - Mrs. Patricia Munoff, Mrs. Georgia Covino, Dr, Norman Katner, Dr. David Wasser. Donald R. Reynolds * , . Commissioner 7-2$ (A) CATEGORIES ^ rBl CAPITA! j [Cl C^RA^HG^^ > pum.* XS +‘ - . . . ] ENVfROKUfH’ &> s ] PUtUC ’KAJXSPOfi’A rXJ*» S 1UOOO.OO ' t KfAl s + J . , Rf , Pf s a t1?0 .00 • .QRAArtS .S $1 0 0 0 .0 0 |$?oo_.oo __ It ’ SOCuu SCRVX f s <on AOfOOO 1 ‘ViAMOAl •DUWCS’fU'ON ts ,s 9 UVA AMC C.lN¥RAi ’ .s r>fvf»oPUtN* VONDiSCRiMW. ON REQUIREMENTS HAVE BEENMET E. c t R TtftCATfON 1 'ha' * the Eiecu!'v® 0H>cer and ► T>s©eci io !*« reported ^ewcop ■ertify c t^at 1 tto* beci» o* Jrtfc' pr<jnt> eioer><Mu'6 ’IJP D#o^O*tior THE GOVERNMENT OF G F E E N U I C k ttts r«cnvod G«ncrat nmmi Stenrg Pirnt m tooftng 2? .£ 58 Ovnng tr* penod 4rotn'£*3lt 1 Junt 10 » 'account NO 33 3 20e GREENWICH t own TOUN S U P E R V I S E Ufl^H ING T ON GREENUIC m n • ' 'Oi TPuST FuNO AEPO**T irete* to 0 I Bwanc* *S of Junf SO ’9'^ S •ton’ ’ » 9 thru Jui>« 50 S 1 inte'es! Aecerv«d -m C ’ *9 ^ June 10 S 4 »U\C * ftetcasea horr ObbQafcons <<? a n * S 5 o» \ f 'e i * ? ) 4 S 6 f uods B&tu'r»«d to 0&S AN* i * 7 totai f u^cJs S 8 Total Amount Eipended (So^ of tino IS coiumo B and cdui*'' C • ft 9 Balance aa ot Jure 30. 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