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The Greenwich journal and Salem press. (Greenwich, N.Y.) 1969-1978, August 19, 1976, Image 4

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GREENWICH JOURNAL SALEM PRESS Thursday.August 19,1976 ACC budget UNFOUNDED \ *-p Adirondack Com m unity last year’s net budget (excluding grants), ac- iso app)fy^ed?tK% l:6un-'; |’s share of the college ;Midget, 6.2percent o fthe ‘ ita l, or $80,365. Wash- fgton and Warren coun- 3s sponsor the college. H^arren county’s share o f “ “ idget is $14 H 'T h e college is sup- ISprted by the. . state, §|judents’ tuition feegrand M e spcjnsoring and Mon* ^ o ^ b r i n g co u n tie s . |gounties other than IW ashington and Warren gsfhich send students to the |||)llege are non-sponsor- g ig , and the students’ |f|ition fees reflect the difference. ||] The $2 million budget is !%ven percent higher than ft t-SA Jrrl Brock. The budget was outlined by Dr; -Charlf| Eisenhart, A d irondack president. He told the supervisors he would re­ turn in the fall with im amended budget. The college is to.receive some extra state money, he said, and* that will bring about an increase in the budget. TKemcrease' budget 'will, n ot result in an increase in the cost to Washington county teat* payers. - The college budget based on a projected figure of 1,478 full time equivalency students. This represents a predic­ tion that the number of full-time students w ill exceed 1,000 and that there wfll be more than 800- part-time students. > People were once so afraid that autompblles woulddriye horses off th^ road that thdy ptopased la-nrs like this one: if ahprsebalkej 4 'at (Jassihga Car oft the-, road, the auto driver Wo^ld'have to take'hfe «af apart and conceal it in the bushes. Recorders .. Players Sales - Service \ ArtBoehringer 693:2419 8M-78*j 1 4 t ' » . • =>** ' JPeople ip England were once afraid to eat eggplant. -■ John Gerard-Dummied up the •\fcfeling in hE.book on.vegeja- i. bles written in-1597: “Egg- jpjliijts jiave a_j mischievous , quality,' the \use whereof is 1 utterly tobe forsaken.” --- - Maintenance k Cleaning Home o r iisinessOirr Sp^iall] C a ltU s 'fc r i Window fe h iijg (95-64k« wU T| T Il'RSER’S PM \ GLENV 1 LLE OPTICIAN^. 100 Main Street, Cli*ei&j|p- «= = = * * Fort Edward \ Marathon August 29 ‘ The Fort Edward mini- I marathon race’, open to • ’men, women and youths, r 'Will be held beginning at 2 :,vp.m. Saturday, August 29. r$he six mile road course , will [begin at the Fort §hivka at KeesLer Edward high school, Reg-, istratiott for the race may be made that day between noon and 2 p.m . at the school. Sponsor for the event is the Fort Edward Recrea­ tion commission and David Canavan is the director. He reports that the course is a challenging one with good footing and some hills. There will be spotters located along the route w ith co m m u n ications throughout the race. Shower facilities wUl be • available ta the racers after the event.. The award| w il be 'tiophies prea«nted-to^si,aeccHid and third place winners in the m ale and fem ale divisions. Fourth and fifth place winners will receive ribbons. When a person is so Irra­ tionally afraid of something that he cannot function normally, he is said to have a phobia; Some common ones include acrophobia, the fear of heights, and cardi&pbobia, the fear of heart disease. An old superstition eays that if a girl sleeps with a mirror under her pillow, she will dream of what her future husband looks like. Ycsu are invited to view an exhibit o f the paintings of . Stephen W. Smith ^ Now Hung at the Greenwich Office v f Home Savings Bank o f Upstate New York -Photo* by MU Shaw Lunch at our place. Uncrowded. Unhurried. Efficient, j A beerwich for $1.9 5 . A great lunch bujfet $2.95. . * And a salad bar and sandwiches and, and, and.:. * - ' (A Secret: groups get special attention and special lo^ - p r i c p l .^ 1 ajjtf* ■■ ' ■ \»I .1 $ H'J#, J %\ . 1 ; '.‘ i'M t'. -, • Qo*ed Monday ^ RaMrv*tIansaxe How to Carvs C^i<jr BLACK: Separate individual eggs. Place dne-g^a clean, dry, flat carving board. With a i straight pin, afix it firmly to the board. Now! using a finely honedi toothpick, divide your caviar in hair and then in Quarters. ,4 j > RED: Follow the same procedure as Tor black, but use a Smaller-toothpick and divide into thirds. , - fi95*3S4? j< ...dinUgftcoclcMltintbepuic. Route 29 betweea Sch«ylerrflle m d Greenwich, 9 miles east of North way Exit 14. 1 1 iUhaler Charge iad Budt AsierJcard Honored ‘ .•*,»£ , Airm an Thomas, M , Shivka, son of Mr.\ and M ichael Shivka, re- street, Porf Edward, has been se- lected -ifflr training at Keesler M iss., in th^£OtofciBiieations elec- - W - . ple'tiag basic\ tfaising at 'Lackland APB, Texas. During the six weeks training at lackland, Air* man Shivka studied the a ir force mission, fcrganiza* tion and customs end received special instruc­ tions in hiiman relations. He is a 19.75 graduate d! Glens Falls high school. Locals -There tviK. be a picnic for Little League players, coaches euT park. Playerparetb return their unforms dad coaches are to turn ift equipment. Those donating food should take it to the park by 11 a.m. —The junidr andsenior drum corps competition w ill be held Sunday beginning at 2 p.na. at the Fort Edward high school field. The competition is sponsored by the. George Saterlee Hose company and the John R. Durkee Hose company. Co-chair- men are Pat Fitzsimmons • and Brent Famswortlt. - A public carfl .party will b e held this Saturday, August 21, at 8 p.m. !; conducted by Q ueen of the Hudson Rebekah lodge ;; 297, a t the lodge hall on Eddy street, There will be a prize for each table and special prizes. I

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