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feels he is the Town Kohinke." concensus
bener qualified to be Supervisor than Mr. I ask WHY?! It is the that words are cheap and action dear. Why do you believe. you would make a better Town Supervisor than Mr. Kohinke'! I believe a village paper such as "The Spotlight" offers an excellent opportunity for debate and discussion. Mr. Brownell, I await your reply! Mrs. Claire Loux
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This year marks the 10th Anniversary of Delmar's only Lutheran Church. As an expression of grat-
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TUESDAY, JULY 13 The Annual Farmers' Picnic will be a SOth anniversary picnic to be enjoyed by all three departments - Home, 4-H and Farm. It will be held at Picard's Grove on July 13 with supper at 7:00 p.m. However, people who wish to enjoy sports, should arrive early. Mr. Boomhower, who is Chairman of the annual event, said that there will be games and prizes for the youngsters.
"There will be some surprise entertainment features but no speeches," Mr. Boomhower said.
hts at the various schools
edistrict. e Bethlehem Central Board
rucation will once again sponhis summer band program 'has appointed Samuel dla to direct this activity. ~ program will consist of ~eekly rehearsals and five k,r evening concerts. All . tning rehearsals are schedI . for Monday evenmgs from ~.m. at the Junior High i>l, room #104, starting July rough August 2nd. Outdoor ng concerts are as follows:
Thursday, July 8 - 7:30 p.m .. Elsmere Playground; Thursday, July 15 - 8:30 p.m., Junior High Parking Circle; Thursday, July 22 - 7:30 p.m .. Clarksville Playground, Thursday, July 29 - 7:30 p.m.. Hamagrael Playground; Thursday. Aug. 5 - 8:30 p.m .. Senior High Parking Lot. In case of inclement weather, concerts will be cancelled. Student participation will inel ude those from grades seven through twelve. Interested alumni are also invited to participate. No fee for participation will be charged and interested candidates are urged to contact Mr. Bozzella.
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Bros. Oi I Co., recently celebrated its first anniversary with and the awarding af several prizes ta its customers. Among who received prizes were, left to right, Mrs. S. P. Dunn, 154 I Place; Beryl Hicks, Home Consultant for the Carriage Stop; R. Moreen, 89 F ernbank Avenue; and Mrs. R. C. Gormon, Jr., Avenue.
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Members and friends of all three departments - Home, 4-H and Farm will be attending. An invitation has been extended to Grange members and all other agricultural organizations in Albany County. The record of the earliest picnic states how cars lined up at the Court House, motored to the southern half of the County where they met another group of Albany County people in decorated cars. Then they all motored in procession to Columbia County fot the day. Mr. Boomhower stated that a very large crowd is anticipated this year. It is not necessary to make a reservation. For further information, you can call the office at the Old Post Office Building or any member of the Albany County Extension Service Association, Mr. Boomhower said.
itude to God, the Congregation will undertake a "10th Anniversary Expansion Program." 4 major additions to our present plant on Elm Avenue, Delmar, will be made: 1- A new Parsonage will be built near the Church. 2- The entire Undercroft of the Church will be divided into 10 Sunday School classrooms. 3 - A new Allen Organ will be installed in the Church Sanctuary. 4 - Present parking facilities will be expanded. The groundwork has been laid for a $40,000 Fund Drive which will reach its climax this coming Fall. The end of the drive will be marked by special celebrations and Thanksgiving Services. The 62 "Founders" of the Congregation still remaining with us will be honored at a special affair. To generate interest, a Slogan Contest is being conducted among the children of our Congregation. The child submitting the best slogan for our 10th Anniversary Drive will receive a special prize and recognition. Two committees of the congregation, the Stewardship and the Planning Committees are spearheading the Fund Drive. John Raymond of Glenmont is the General Chairman. The other members of the Committee are: Jerry Jonas of Albany, Walter Kinn of Glenmont, James Michaels of Glenmont, David Eaton of Delmar. Bethlehem Lutheran Church was begun 10 years ago under the leadership of the Rev. Lawrence Heuchert, now Pastor in Litchfield, Illinois. Succeeding him was Pastor Harold Scheibert, now Pastor in Marblehead, Mass. The Present Pastor is the Rev. Paul H. Gassmann who was installed this past May.
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Thomas Melvin in Japan Thomas S. Melvin, Jr., 3 LaGrange Road, Delmar, previewed Japan during a two-day stay in Honolulu last week with the rest of the 58-member Yale Glee Club, which boarded a Japan Air Lines Jet Courier June 23 en route to Tokyo on a round-the-world tOUf. During ten. concerts in Japan, they will be joined by 33 Japanese singing groups. The Yale group continues to Hong Kong, Thailand, Malaysia, India, Russia and Sweden before returning home August 18. One of the trip '5 highlights will be a royal
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command performance in Bangkok where the glee club's program will include songs written by the King of Thailand. The Yale men prepared· for their first trip to the Orient and aroundthe-world with a series of lectures by faculty members on the Yale campus. The theme of the trip is "People to People Through Music." In a number of countries the young singers will stay in local homes and their concerts will include local songs. Informal concerts, which include explanations and examples of American folk music, have been scheduled by the Yale group at universities they will visit in countries along their route.
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theatre-in-the round located in Page Hall at the State University, will provide an opportunity for the audience to view an unusual story about the co-mingling of three tangled lives during a late -evening in a candy store in Brooklyn. The play will run through Saturday, July 17. The second Arena production, staged from July 21-24, will be lIM DANDY by William Saroyan. One of Saroyan's best works, it is concerned with the joys of being alive and celebrate all the good things that make life worth living.
Rounding out the season will be Ben Johnson's THE ALCHEMIST. To be staged from July 2831, it promises to be a must for all theatre-goers. The Arena box-office is open every day, Monday through Friday from 10-4, and on Saturdays, from IO-\.
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their cattle on exhibit under a tent throughout the day. In addition, there will be 14 classes judged in the show ring by Sandy Moak of Cornell University, Ithaca, N.Y. Several trophies and Swiss Bells will be awarded to the winners in the champion· ship classes. One of the more fascinating parts of the show w:ill be a showmanship class for boys and girls 6 to 15 years of age. The enthusiasm and interest that these youngsters put into their work never ceases to amaze onlookers.
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Kohinke Urges Rt. 396 Survey
Bethlehem Supervisor Bertram .E. Kohinke an· nounced recently that he will request the State De· partment of Public Works to survey Route 396 for possi ble future widening and resurfacing. Mr. Kohinke said he will ask that the department pay special attention to the part of the route which forms Maple Avenue in Selkirk. He pointed out that
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Selkirk residents have found it difficult to sleep heavy trucks clank across a bump caused by railroad tracks in the center of the hamlet. Mr. Kohinke said he is making the request in view of an increase in traffic using the route. Auto transport trucks 7 concrete and gravel trucks, as well as passenger cars frequently 'use the route as a means
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"I'm confident that they will look into this as early as possible," Mr. Kohinke added.
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K.,ow,,"" Avenue, Delmar, was awarded the degree, doctor of educational administration from Stote University at Albany this year. Dr. Gazzetta is an associate in the bureau of teacher certification in the State Education Deportment. He has a B.A. in psychology from Alfred University and an M.A. in guidance and personnel work from Columbia University. He has served on the administrative staffs at Pratt Institute and Endicott Junior College. His dissertation was an historical analysis of the changes in the methods of certifying teachers in New York Stote.
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Miss Marilyn E. Jones, daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Arthur F. Jones of 17 Dumbarton Drive, Delmar, received the Bachelor of Science degree from Cornell University in Ithaca, N.Y. on June 14. Miss Jones will be employed this summer as a research assistant at the Sterling·Winthrop Research In· stitute of Rennselaer. During the coming year, she will enter the doctoral program in microbiology at Yale University where she holds a graduate appointment sponsored by the United States Public Health Service.
in addition, Thursdays until 8:00 p.m. through July 29. Two Films ta Be Shown Two free films, THE ADELlE PENGUINS OF THE ANTARC· TIC, a life story of penguins, and THE OLD ORDER AMISH, a documentary of the diminishing sect of Pennsylvanians, will initiate the FOURTH ANNUAL FILM FESTIVAL at the New York State Museum. Both movies will be shown at 12 noon and 3
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10th Anniversary Edwin Richard Smith, Jr. of 69 Mosher Road, Delmar, New York has celebrated' his 10th service anniversary with Humble Oil & Refining Company. Mr. Smith is employed as a sales supervisor
G. Barton Griffin of Elsmere, staff supervisor of the Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Co. in Albany, has been elected president of the Albany Associa· tion of Life Underwriters. Mr. Griffin's term began July 1. The association is composed of some 250 Albany area representatives of life insurance com-
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