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S u l l i v a n C o u n t y I R e c o r d Roscoe Rockland Review 7 C E N T S A SING L E COPY T h u rsday, Ju n e 23, 1966 V o l. 98, No. 25 I n T h e I C o u n t y A L o c h S h e ld r a k e m a n has in ­ ven t e d a n e w type oar lock, w h ich replaces the con v e n t ion a l “ u ” w ith a one-piece lo c k w h ich w ill hold an oar in place even in h ig h seas. # * * E d w a r d J. B r in n , ow n e r o£ S w a n L a k e and 700 acres of la n d sur­ roun d ing , file d a business ce r t if i­ cate fo r la n d developm e n t under the name of “Daytop Village of Swan Lake”, which caused Daytop T i l l a g e of Staten Island, now oper­ a t in g in P a u l’s H o t e l in Sw a n L a k e , to dem a n d a stop order a g a in s t use o f the nam e b y B r in n . F e r n d a le B C I Investigator S a lv a ­ to r e B . Indelicato, w h o liv e s in N a r r o w s b u r g , has been prom o ted to th e ra n k of se n io r in v e s t ig a t o r ef­ fe c t iv e Ju n e 23rd. * * * A fire o f undeterm ined o r ig in S a t u r d a y sw e p t th r o u g h th e fo r m e r M a m a k a t in g P a r k H o t e l annex, n o w ow n e d b y C a m p L a k o t a , w h ich uses It a s a d o r m ito r y fo r coun­ selors, an d b u r n e d to th e ground de s p ite th e efforts o f W u r t s b o r o firem e n . * * * ss A 12-year-old L o n g Isla n d boy drow n e d on S a t u r d a y in th e sw im ­ m in g pool at the T e a m s t e r s U n io n L o c a l 805 recrea tion center in W u r t s b o r o , after apparen t ly disre­ garding h is father’s instructions not to go swimming. v r *t!c “ip A settlem ent ended a h r ie f w a lk­ out of em p loyees of the Inter-Coun- ty Cooperative Farm ers Association of W ood r id g e , w h e re ahout 100 egg h a n d le r s and other em p loyees w o n a su b s t a n t ia l in c r e a s e through the efforts of th e ir new union, the A m a lg a m a t e d M e a t C u t ters. F r in g e b e n e fits alre a d y supplied h y the firm fo r unorganized em p loyees p r o v e d m o re lib e r a l th a n those sug­ gested h y th z u n ion, and w e re ’ re- fjrthj^lVih - ih * tis r -A »’ \ M a y M i l k I s W o r t h $ 4 . 1 6 D a iry fa r m e r s w ill re c e ive a u n i­ fo r m fa r m p r ice of $4.16 per hund- redw e igth (46.5 quarts) fo r M a y m i l k d e liveries to pool h a n d lers in the N e w Y o r k - N e w Je r s e y m ilk- shed, D r . A . J. P o lla r d , m a r k e t ad­ m in istra t o r , said today. T h e A p r i l p r ic e w a s $4.35; $3.68 w a s paid fo r M a y , 1965, m ilk . T h e p r o d u c e r b u t t e r f a t d ifferent­ ia l w a s set at six cents fo r each tenth of a pound of fa t above or below the 3.5 p e r c e n t standard. T h e a d m in istra t o r reported that re c e ip t s fro m producers totaled 1,123,S99,467 67,667,561 pounds, or 5.7 percent, u n d e r the 1,191,567,028 pounds received in M a y , 1965. Sales o f flu id m ilk (C la s s I) dropped 1,302,325 pounds, o r 0.3 percent, to 481,687,224 pounds. F lu id m ilk m a d e up 42.9 percent of the M a y pool, com p a red to 40.5 percent a y e a r ago. H a n d le r s paid $5.12 p e r h u n d redw e ight fo r m ilk received w ith in the 201-210 m ile zone and used as C la s s I. T h e r e w e re 3,375 few e r pool pro­ ducers than in M a y , 1965, or 36,804, D r . P o lla r d said. A v e r a g e d e liveries per day per d a iry rose 28 pounds to 958 pounds. T h e num b e r of hand­ lers* reports used in co m p u tin g the pool fe ll b y 32 to 258. R e c e ip t s at b u lk tank units in ­ creased 53,756,025 pounds from 477,- 457,120 in M a y , 1965, t o . 531,213,145 pounds th is year, D r . P o lla r d said. T h e percentage of b u lk ta n k m ilk in the pool rose from 40.1 to 47.3. T h e num b e r of b u lk producers w a s up b y 1,352 to 12,001 and the num b e r of units registered a gain of 11 to 314. T h e fa r m value of M a y ’s receipts totaled $48,001,228.53, D r. P o lla r d said. H e pointed out that this figure does not in c lu d e a ll the d ifferen t ials paid to d a iry farm e rs. T h e uniform fa r m price of $4.16 p e r hundredw e ight w ill be paid for m ilk testing 3.5 percent b u t t e r fat and received w ithin 201-210 m iles Cl N e w Y o r k C ity. D o u g l a s V . M u l l a l l y M a n l i u s S c h o o l G r a d u a t e C a d e t D o u g las V . M u lla lly , son of M r s . V in c e n t J. M u lla lly of Je f f ­ ersonville, received h is diplom a at the tra d itio n a l annual com m e n c e ­ m e n t exercises o f T h e M a n liu s School, w h ich com p leted its 97th yea r as the oldest boys’ m ilita r y prep a r a t o r y school of its size in the state. T h e S u n d a y m o r n in g gradu a t io n clim a x e d three days of cadet and alu m n i a c tivities, in c lu d in g events dating b a c k to the school’s firs t graduation in 1870. W h ile at M a n liu s , Cadet M u lla l ly served *as S e rgeant in C Com p a n y , won h is letter fo r R e d Squires football and track, was on A ll-S t a r s in t r a m u r a l b a s k e t b a ll team , earned his B lu e Cord fo r sp e c ia l academ ic m e rit, was S e c retary-treasurer of Stock & Bond club, and m e m b e r of th e G lee Club. H e plans to attend St. B o n a v e n t u re U n iv e r s ity in the fall. DEVOE T r iple Cover O u ts ide W h ite $5.99 Gallon Paragon - L a tex W h ite Interio r or E x terior $3.95 Gallon E m p ire Porch and Floor Enam el All Colors $2.99 Gallon S tep L a d d e r a n d Extension Ladders W ARREN W. MALL Jeffersonville 482-5710 D i a n e S c h a e f e r P o s t u r e Q u e e n F i n a l i s t M is s D ian e S c h a e fer of Je f f e r ­ sonville, was chosen as one o f th e three fin a lists- at1 the firs t A n n u a l S u lliv a n C o u n ty P o s t u r e P a g e a n t h e ld T h u r s d a y , Jun e 16th at T h e E s t h e r M a n o r H o t e l in M o n ticello . M is s Schaefer, daughter of M r . and M r s . George Schaefer, w a s se­ lected along w ith M iss L i n d a K a z ­ a n s k y of M o n t ice llo and M iss S a n d r a B e r t h o lf of D iv in e Corners, to represent S u lliv a n C o u n ty in the N e w Y o r k State Queen of P o s t ­ ure Pageant to be held F r id a y , Jun e 24th a t B r o o k ly n College. T h e three young ladies also shared gift certificates donated h y lo c a l m e r­ chants and valued at o v e r two hund­ red dollars. T h e Po s tu r e Pageant, sponsored h y the S u lliv a n C o u n ty C h iro p r a c ­ tic P r o fession , had 25 contestants from throughout the county who w e re judged on posture, poise, per­ so n a lity and beauty. T w o other local contestants w e re M iss D iane Zito, daughter of M r . and M rs. P’ra n k Z ito of Je f f e r s o n v ille and M iss R h o n d a H e r m a n n , daughter of M r . and M r s . P a u l H e r m a n n of C a llicoon. N e a r ly 200 guests fille d the S t a r ­ lig h t R o o m of T h e E s t h e r M a n o r and w a tched C h a r lie G ipps in t r o ­ duce and: in t e r v ie w each of th© contestants. T h e y also saw three entertaining acts, sin g e r M a r y L o u H o fm a n n , and dancers S a r a D ruck- er avid Jolen e W e a t lie r a ll a ll of L ib e r t y . After Dr. Bert Nemeth, chairman of the N e w Y o r k State Posture Queen P a g e a n t explained th a t the New' Y o r k State and W o r ld Posture contests are the next steps for the finalists, the seven judges; Irene A s m a n , C e il B e rm a n , M a r v in Blum - enfeld, Jo y B r o w n , C h a r les G r iffin , R u b y K a t z , and E d Tow n s e n d , se­ lected the three finalists. A s s e m b ly m a n John S. M c B r id e introduced the three lo v e ly w in­ ners, gave to each a lo v e ly bouquet of flow e rs and th e ir prizes. Then M r . G ipps w ished the fin a lists best of lu c k at the state contest. T h e S u lliv a n C o u n ty C h iro p r a c ­ tic P r o f e s s i o n w i s h e s to th a n k all th o s e peo p le w h o h e lped to m a k e th e P o s t u r e P a g e a n t su c h a h u g e su c c e s s an d e s p e c i a l l y th e tw e n t y fiv e lo v e ly co n t e s t a n t s . W e hope th a t n e x t y e a r th e S u l l i v a n C o u n t y P o s t u r e P a g e a n t w i l l be eve n la r ­ g e r an d b e t t e r . M o f r o f r V e h i c l e T a x e s T h e d istrib u t io n of $22,657,911.4S of m o t o r ve h icle ta x receipts to the counties w a s announced b y State C o m p t r o lle r A r t h u r L e v itt. S u lliv a n C o u n ty received $89,602.95. as com p a red w ith $111,629.34 fo r the sam e period in 1965. I n T h e N a t i o n Sen. R o b e r t F . K e n n e d y denied S u n d a y that he has a n y plans to be on the n a t io n a l D e m o c r a t ic tick e t in 1968, and said he w o u ld support P r e s id e n t John s o n if He chooses to run again. * * =1: * T h e C S E A urged Gov. R o c k e ­ fe lle r and le g isla tive leaders to support a b ill that w o u ld m a k e it a m isdem e a n o r to refuse to treat a p a t ien t u n d e r M e w Y o r k ’s re ­ c e n t ly e n a c t e d m e d i c a l aid p r o g r a m . * * * * M a s s e n a , N . Y . State P o lic e re­ ported fin d in g the bodies of a 39- year-old C h e v r o le t em p loyee w h o drove h is fo u r ch ild r e n in t o a fie ld n e a r h is hom e , m urdered them w ith a 12-gauge shotgun and then tu r n ­ ed the gun on h im s e lf. W h e n th e y fa ile d to retu r n hom e from a straw ­ b e r r y - p ick in g expedition, h is w ife drove to the field and found the bodies. * * * * T w o tankers, one ca r r y in g h ig h ly fla m m a b le and explosive naptha, collided in N e w Y o r k H a r b o r and burned la s t Th u r s d a y , w ith the lost of at least 20 crew m e n . T u g s , w e re able to p u ll the b u r n in g tankers aw a y from the oil tan k s on the B a y o n n e shore of the bay. * * * * A H o u s e subcom m ittee has ap­ proved a ll of the a d m in istratio n s c iv i l rig h t s b ill w ith the exception of the co n t r o v e r s ia l fa ir housing bill. O p p o s ition to th is se c t io n m a y b e stro n g en o u g h to k ill th e w h o le bill. C a r o l A n n S c h a e f e r O s w e g o G r a d u a t e C a r o l A n n Schaefer, daughter of M r. and M r s . A n t h o n y S c h a e fer of L a k e H u n t in g to n , received a B a c h e ­ lo r of Science degree in E le m e n t a r y E d u c a t io n at the 105th Com m e n c e ­ m e n t of State U n iv e r s ity College at O s w e g o on S u n d a y , Ju n e 5th. G r e e n f i e l d * L e a v e s S . C . C . C . F o r N e w J e r s e y Dr.- R ich a r d K . Greenfield, w h o has been presiden t of the S u lliv a n C o u n ty C o m m u n ity College since* its start, resigned la s t F r id a y to take a positio n as presiden t of the M e r c e r C o u n ty C o m m u n ity College in N e w Jersey. T h e resignation of D r . G r e e jifield was th e second blow to 'th e college in a w e e k , fo llo w in g clo s e ly the re­ je c t io n of the B e t h e l site by the New York State University Board of T r u s tees qn Ju n e 14th. T h e M e r c e r C o u n t y C o m m u n ity C o llege, lik e S .C .C .C . is ju s t b e g in ­ n in g , an d th e p e r m a n e n t co llege is y e t to be built. It is in th e co u n t y in w h i c h P r in c e t o n U n i v e r s i t y is lo c a ted. In h is le t t e r of resignation D r . G r e e n field stated: “ T h e B o a r d of T r u s t e e s of M e r c e r County* (N e w -Jersey) C o m m u n ity College has of­ fered m e the exceptional opportun­ it y to becom e the P r e s id e n t of this new in s t it u tio n . A f t e r long and ser­ ious deliberation, I have decided to accept th is p o s itio n because if of­ fers m e outstanding potentialities fo r p r o f e s s io n a l'g r o w t h and devel­ opm e n t.” S in c e D r . G r e e n field and h is fam ­ ily had purchased a hom e i n D illo n E s t a t e s and live d there, it m u s t be surm ised th a t the cu r r e n t confusion and co n t r o v e r s a r y -over the college site w a s a fa c t o r in flu e n c in g D r. G r e e n field ’s decision. ' D e a n R ic h a r d F . Grego of S C C C has been nam e d a c t in g president. D r . G r e e n fie ld ’s resignation be­ comes effective September 1st. . i - P r e s id e n t Ja m e s E . P e r d u e con­ ferred th e in d ivid u a l d e g r e e s . M iss S c h a e fer is a 1962 graduate of N a r r o w s b u r g C e n t r a l School. W h ile attending Osw e g o , she was a m e m b e r of T h e t a C h i R h o Sor- rority. B e g in n in g in Septem b e r, M iss Schaefer w ill teach second grade at the F lo r e n t in e H e n d r ic k E le m e n ­ tary School, W o lcott, N e w Y o r k . B a c c a l a u r e a t e S e r v i c e F o r J - Y C . S . S e n i o r s O n Sunday, June 19th,' a bacca­ laureate service for the m e m b e rs of the senior class of Jeffersonville- Y o u n g s v ille C e n t r a l School w a s held at the F i r s t Presbyterian- C h u r c h in Jefferso n v ille. F o llo w in g th e procesjsiojn of grad­ uates, ch o ir and clergymen,- R e v . R o d n e y H o u c k of Hrs*t Presby­ terian C J m r c li gave tlrHjyU’ tjjisT\’ ’ ship. R e v . W . Stanley” R is c h o f . th e M e t h o d ist C h u r c h led . in prayer, and the R e v . John M o n g in , pastor of the R e form e d P a r is h of W e s t e r n S u lliv a n C o u n ty led the responsive readin g from the hook of Proverbs. F a t h e r Joel M u n z in g O .F .M . of St. George’s C h u r c h of Jefferson ­ v ille and St. F r a n c is C h u r c h of Y o u n g s v ille said the p r a y e r fo r the graduates. T h e m e ssage “ Choose L i f e ” was given b y R a b b i F r a n k H e lln e r , for­ m e r ly of Congregation T e m p le Sholom , M o n ticello, w h o ' is soon to take up a rabbinate in London, England. T h e service closed w ith the bene­ diction b y R e v . W illia m V o n Deben, form e r pastor of F i r s t L u t h e r a n C h u rch, Jefferson v ille. M u s ic fo r the service w a s provid­ ed b y M iss E d n a W ilfe r t , o rganist at the host church, and the choir, directed b y M r s . R u t h Segar, sang the A n t h e m “ O W a it O n T h e L o r d ” . T h is is the firs t tim e in m a n y years that a baccalaureate service was held fo r a ll of the graduates, and is a practice we w o u ld lik e to see continued. O u r L a d y O f T h e A n g e l s G r a d u a t e s T h o s e taking p a r t in th e graduation exercises of Our Lady of th e Angels School a t St. G eorge’s C h u rch on Sunday are, left to righ t: Row 1 — George A c k e rm a n , Jeffrey Boyd, Thom a s Bose, Tim W elton Row 2 — Carol G riffin, Gerald G riffin, Doyle Tonjes Row 3 — Sr. M. Thom a s, C h a rles H o e n n inger, Sheila Spence, W illiam Boyd M ary T o n jes Row 4 — Sr. M. Regina, Paul S e lthafner, W illiam W elton, George R edington, C a rm ine De- Paolo, Sr. M arie Dolores, Sr. John Ignatius. Photo By Colem an D o n ’t be a “ litterb u g ” - use a “ litte r bag” and keep Je f f e r s o n ­ v ille clean. K e n o z a L a k e J m p f o v e m e n t S o c i e t y M e t J u n e 1 5 t h T h e th ird m e e ting of the K e n o z a L a k e Im p rovem e n t S o c iety was held on W e d n e s d a y , Jun e 15, at the K e n o z a L a k e F i r e H o u s e . M r s . G e o rge B r e y told those pre­ sent ahout locating a v e r y suitable boulder on w h ich to secure the m e m o r ial plaque. P o s s ib le m e a n s of m o v in g it to the m e m o r ial site w e re discussed. It was agreed that the erection of a flagpo le b y the lo c k w o u ld he appropriate. T h e p e t ition fo r -changes in the tra f f ic ru les on R o u te 52 was th e second item on the agenda. It was fe lt th a t a s k in g fo r a stop sign on Rte. 52 at K l a u s ’s c o r n e r . w o u ld not he accepted and so w a s am e n d ­ ed b y the in s e r t io n of the w o rds, “ o r caution sign” .' W a lte r S c a r d e field addressed the m e m b e rs on the topic of garbage rem o v a l. H e explained that he p icks up through the K e n o z a L a k e area every Tuesday. T h e charge fo r this service is three dollars a m o n th. In addition, every S a t u r d a y h is dum p is open to anyone w ish in g to use its fa c ilities at a charge of two dollars per pick-up load or five dollars per truckload. It was decided to seek perm is­ sion of the fire com p a n y to im ­ prove the grounds of the firehouse b y p lacin g tubs of flow e rs at either side of the firehouse steps. E lro y K r u m donated three b a r r e ls w h ich Pete Schw a rtz w ill cut in half. T h e s e w ill be painted red and plant­ ed w ith flow e rs b y M r s . George B r e y and M r s . P a u l A lle n . Som e of these tubs w ill be placed' in other areas of the village. A flag­ pole w ill also be erected on the firehouse grounds. A1 W o h lrabe, of the A l-G u s store, has refle c t ive stickers reading, “ K e e p K e n o z a L a k e , N . Y . C L E A N , don’t litte r ” , w h ich he is d istri­ buting to members of the commun­ ity. The next meeting will be held on Ju ly 13, at 8 p.m. L o c a l S t u d e n t * G r a d u a t e F r o m A l b a n y S t a t e Among the students graduating from Albany State College w e re: Bernice Milligan, Cochecton; Doro­ thy B. N u e s s lein, B a r r y v ille ; G a r y Spielmann, Youngsville; Mary Van- vlett, Woodboume; and Wayne Cumiskay, L iv in g s t o n Manor, who received B a c h e lo r of A r t s degrees. M a r y K n a c k of Je f f e r s o n v ille and Stephen K a lk a of M o n t icello re­ ceived B a c h e lo r of Science degrees. A M a s t e r of A r t s degree was aw a rded -to A l a n D r a k e of Je ffer­ sonville, M a s t e r o f S c ie n c e degrees w e re aw a rded to O w e n D a v is, Graham s- v ille , M a r g a r e t Steffens of N a r r o w s ­ burg and R o s a n n e T a n z m a n of P a r k s v ille . C a r o l W a l l of C a llico o n received a M a s t e r of L i b r a r y S c ience degree. R o s c o e S u m m e r R e c r e a t i o n P r o g r a m G o l d e n J e f f e r s o n i a n T o B e R e c o r d B r e a k e r P o s t u r e Q u e e n F i n a l i s t s The S u l'ivan C o u n ty fin a lists in th e P o s ture Queen contest are shown above w ith A ssem b lym a n John S. McBride. L e f t to right are Miss Linda K a zansky, M cBride, Miss S a n d ra B e rtholf and Miss Diane Schaefer. A d v a n c e tick e t sales in d icate a record b r e a k in g attendance on June 30th, at the golden celebration of the Jefferson ian D inner, sponsored b y the S u lliv a n C o u n ty D e m o c r a tic Com m ittee. T h e dignitaries attend­ ing w ill be F r a n k li n D. R o o s e v e lt, Jr., F r a n k O ’Connor, E u g e n e N ic k ­ erson, and H o w a r d Sam u e ls, a ll an­ nounced candidates in this years governor’s contest. A lso w o rd has been received, accordin g to C h a ir­ m a n “ S t r e t c h ” H a n o fee, th a t State C h a irm a n Jo h n B u r n s w ill be pre­ sent, as w ill S u lliv a n ’ Coun ty’s good friends, M r . Sean K e a t in g and M r. C h a r les G o rm a n , R e g ional D i­ rectors o f the U n ite d States P o s t O ffice. T h e C o n c o r d H o t e l M a n a g e m e n t has assured the Com m ittee that this 50th C e leb r a t ion w ill be treated as such, and the hotel, com m e n c ing w ith the reception at 7:00 P .M ., throughout the d in n e r and a w o n ­ d e r fu l show and dancing, w ill out­ do its e lf to assure everyone an evening long to be rem e m b e red. A fu ll prog ram of recreation ac­ tivitie s has been planned for the sum m e r months using F e d e r a l m o n e y s und e r the T i t l e I Program . T h e use of these m o n e y s enables the school to conduct a m u c h w ider recreation prog ram than those that have been held in the past years. T h e over-all program consists of sw im m ing in s t r u c t ion s , boys’ recre­ ation, g irls ’ recreation, arts and crafts and adult recreation. T h e Swim m ing Instruction w ill begin Tuesday, J u l y 5. Lessons w ill be conducted every m o rning from 9 to 12 fo r beginners through life saving classes every day except W e d n e s d a y w h e n the pool is clean­ ed and S u n d a y m o rnin g w h e n it is closed. F r e e sw im m in g in the after­ noon w ill be held from 1 to 5 o’clock. B o b Chapm a n and Joe G o ldstein are in charge of super­ v isin g the pool program . Boys’ Recreation begins T u e s ­ day, J u l y 5 and w ill he held every day w ith the exception of W e d n e s ­ day, F r id a y and Saturday. B o y s in G rades 1 through 6 have a program from 1 to 3 P .M . and boys from G rades 7 through 12 from 3 to 5 P .M . M r . C h a p lic k is in charge of the activities. Girls' Recreation w ill be conduct­ ed every day w ith the exception of S a t u r d a y and Sund a y for Grades 4 to 6, fro m 1 to 3 P.M . and for Grades 7 through 12, from 3 to 5 P .M . G irls ’ R e c r e a t io n is supervised b y M a r ie W a r d . M r s . 1 R u t h K a n e w ill conduct an Arts and Crafts Program on M o n ­ days for G rades 4, 5 and 6 from 9 a .m . to 12; on Tuesday for Grades 7 & 8, and on Wednesday fo r Grades 9 through 12. T h e A d u lt Recreation Program fo r m e n is a lready under way w ith the S u m m e r S o ftball League. Gam e s a r e scheduled every M o n ­ d a y and T h u r s d a y , w ith rained-out dates the follo w in g day. If any wo­ m e n are in terested in organizing a softb a ll league w ith gam es being played on W e d n e s d a y evenings, they a r e asked to contact M r . C h a n liek and sign up. T h e school w ill be glad to c a r r y out this phase of the program if the wom en are interested. O u r L a d y O f T h e A n g e l s S c h o o l G r a d u a t i o n E ig h t m e m b e rs of the gradu a t in g cla s s of O u r L a d y of the A n g e ls School took p a r t in exercises dur­ in g the 11 o’clo c k M a s s at St. George’s C h u r c h on Sunday, June 19th. T h e ce le b r a n t fo r the M a s s w a s F a t h e r Joel M u n z ing, O .F.M ., w h o offered the M a s s fo r the benefit of the graduates. T h e guest speak­ er fo r the occasion w a s F a t h e r B r e n n a n C o n n e lly, O .F.M ., a m e m ­ ber of St. Joseph’s S e m in a r y fa c ­ ulty, Callicoon. O r g a n ist fo r the -M a ss w a s M iss L i n d a R e d in g t o n . The- m e m b e rs o f th e 1966 grad­ uating class are: M a r y To n jes, Sheila Spence, W illia m Boyd,. C a rm ine D e P a o lo, C h a r le s H o e n ­ ninger, P a u l Selthafner^ .George R e d ington and W illia m W e lto n , C u b S c o u t N e w * Saturday m o rning, Jun e 18, 1966* at 8 A . M . Cub Scout P a c k 106 of Jeffersonville, along w ith parents, brothers, sisters, m e m b e rs of Scout Troop 106 Je fferso n v ille, and T r o o p 115, Fosterdale, le f t on a trip tq- W e s t Point. A ltog e th e r one hundred-five peo-- pie m ade the trip , u s in g tw o buses\ from the C h o n in B u s S e rvice, W ood­ ridge, N . Y . W e arrived at W e s t P o in t at about 10:30 A . M . G roups le f t the bus to v is it the m u s e u m , to take in the m o v ies about the h isto r y of the Point, and other points of in ­ terest. F r o m W e s t P o in t we proceeded to B e a r M o u n t a in S t a t e P a r k to eat lunch. T h e zoo area w a s o f special interest to the group and w a s en­ joyed by all. W ith reluctance w e started fo r hom e, a r r iv in g here about 5:30 P .M . i I t was a busy and enjoyable day for all. P r o m o t e d R o b e rt H . V a k ie n e r , son o f M r . a n d M r s . H e n r y J. V a k ie n e r , R o u te 2, L iv in g s t o n M a n o r, N . Y ., w a s prom o ted to sp e c ia list fo u r in K o r e a , June 6, w h e re he is assigned to the 44th A r t ille r y . S p e c ialist four is an enlisted ran k equivalent to the ra n k o f corporal. V a k ie n e r is a dog h a n d le r i n B a t ­ tery. E , 4th B a t t a lio n of the 44th A r t ille r y . H e entered the A r m y in D e c e m b e r 1964 and com p leted b a s ic tra in in g a t F o r t Jackson, S. C. T h e 23-year-old so ldier w a s grad­ uated from Jeffers o n v ille-Youngs­ v il le -Central H ig h School in 1961 avid from S t a t e U n i v e r s i t y of N e w Y o r k , D e lhi, in 1964. Fans - G eneral E lectric 20” P o rtable R e g u lar $24.95 - $19.95 20” R eversible R e g u lar , $34.95 - $27.95 Double W indow F a n s $14.88 Lawn S p rinklers $4.49 and up W heel B arrow s R u b b e r T ired $7.95 F e rtilizer S p readers $6.99 W ARREN W. MALL Jeffersonville 482-5710

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