The Burlington Free Press from Burlington, Vermont on August 20, 1953 · Page 9
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The Burlington Free Press from Burlington, Vermont · Page 9

Burlington, Vermont
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Thursday, August 20, 1953
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Peripatui, a worm like animal which is one ot the oldest typei ol creature on earth, Is found In tcattered locations in Asia, Africa, Australia and Central and South America. ACCOUIITiliG We Carefally Keep aid Aadtt PtMnMl. bUIIMI pad Mtlt UMUMi D. L KACH ACCOURfaM i ctIH Hi. r.Hmeographing nrrnnc "hoto 11 College St SERVICE Dial M37S 3 Addison County' Route Numbers Will Be Changed MONTPELIEH, Aug. 19-The State Highway Board announces that the following Vermont route numbers in Addison and Rutland Counties will be changed early next year: Route 125 between Hancock and East Middlebury will be extended westerly through Middlebury to the Lake Champlam Bridge, eliminating the present Route 19 between Middlebury and the lake. Route 113 between Rochester and Brandon will be extended SUPPLYING ALL YOUR NEEDS IN HE iwesterly to the ferry at Chip-, mans Point, eliminating the present Routes F- and F-10 be tween Brandon and the lake. Route F-9 between Middlebury and the ferry at Larrabee's Point will become Route 73, connecting with New York Route 73 from Ticonderoga. Route F-9 from Orwell to Lar rabee's Point will become Route 73A. These changes will supersede the ones announced last June by the Board, involving numbered routes leading to the Lake Cham plam terries in Addison county. H E. sareent. chief engineer of the state Highway Department explained that the main reason (or revising the ferry routes was to, provide a Vermont connection with New York Route 73 from Ti conderoga. The decision to ex tend the existing routes from Middlebury and Brandon was consid- ered more logical than having several different new routes. According to the highway de partment, it is becoming increas ingly difficult to change highway route numbers, even to proviaeai 9 HEAVY EQUIPMENT REPAIRING Moke on appointment to have us repair your Road Equip-ment, Contractors' Equipment, Snow Plows, Truck Frames, etc We have excellent facilities and expert mechanics for this type of work, and give prompt service. Meat Mai QiljtjJ S-.lJitn MWtMOKYi? OUR NEW LINE OF Christmas Cards Is In! We think they ore better than ever. Moke your selectioni now! 5c Each and Up Our lines of cords ore really Distinctive! iVay's Oddity Shop Bristol 'The Store of Unusual Gifts" t Erwin Completes Service in Army Reeinald Erwin. 20. son of Mrs. Msble Erwin, 117 Maple St., has been discharged from the Ar my. The former staff sergeant re ceived his discharge at tort Jay, N.Y., where, since May, he has been a member of the First Army honor guard, a unit of selected soldiers to take part in parades and other military ceremonies. Erwin served for 13 months in Korea and 4 Japan with the 31st Field Artillery of the 7th Division. more uniform system, because so many individuals and interests are affected. The present changes will be made by the department next spring, but are being announced now so that highway map publishers and people in the tourist business may plan ahead. CY Fair Offers Largest Purses Ever This Year Biggest purses ever to be of fered at the Champlain Valley I air will bring some of the country's fastest horses to the speedy half mile track at Essex Junction, Sept 1, 2 and 3. Nearly $25,000 has been set up for the harness races on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday after noons. More than 200 pacers and trotters will be quartered at the grounds during Fair Week. Supt. "Had" Drury said that big money winners from Sarato ga, Roosevelt and Goshen, as well as from Canada and the various New England early fair circuits, will be stepping out for the Champlain Valley prizes. The Bostwick Farm Filly Stake with a $5,000 purse will be the feature of the opening day's five races. The Shelburne No. 5 is for two year old trotting fillies and amateur drivers. That's a closed race. . The other four are overnight races; the Foxboro Raceway Pace: the Rock of Ages Trot; the 16 Class Pace and the Two Year Old Pace. Wednesday's racing will tea- ture another 45.000 nurse for the Bostwick Farm Filly Stake the Essex No. 4 for three year old trotting fillies. An $1,800 purse for the Roose velt Raceway Trot is the top purse for the three overnight races on Wednesday. It s for free- for-all trotters. For the 21 class trotters, there's the Saratoga Raceway Trot; and there's the 18 Class Pace with f 1.100. Of the five race on Thursday afternoon, the Yonker Raceway Pace for f 1,800 is the biggest The fair track with its wide. banked turns is a favorite with drivers and with fans who like to see thoroughbreds given plenty of room tor mat nnai arive lor victory. Ambrose Scully will be back as starter and the big Saratoga starting gate will again enable the horses to get off smartly. King's Daughters, Williston, to Meet At Twist O' Hill WILLISTON-Union Circle of King's Daughters will meet Fri day Aug. 21 at the Twlst'O'Hill Lodge. Luncheon will be served at 1 with Miss Sylvia Warren as hostess. N'e Service Sunday There will be no service at the Federated Church until Sept. 6 as Rev. and Mrs. F. F. Adams are on vacation. Personal Mention Mr. and Mrs. John Bradish and family are camping at the "Lane Camp, South Hero. Floyd Putnam is acting as postmaster during Bradish's absence. Ladies of United Church,, Colchester, Serving; Meal COLCHESTER The Ladies' Aid of the United Church will serve a public dinner today noon at the vestry ot the white church, the first event to be held since the church vestry has been newly redecorated. The commit tee in charge of the dinner will be Mrs. Hazel Kenyoh, Mrs. Ha zel Smith, Mrs. Elsie Thompson and Mrs. Nellie Heath. A meeting will be held follow ing the dinner at which time a quilt will be tied. Samples and estimates of carpets will be presented at the meeting, for the members to choose what carpeting they will purchase to lay in the church. Personal Among the 4-H Club members from Colchester to participate in State 4-H Club Day held at the SUMMER AIR CONDITIONING For places where Particular People Congregate. N. DUCHAINE INC. Metal Contractors 237! Main St. Dial 1-3483 University of Vermont yesterday were tne Misses oorottty Kimball, Coralie Magoon. Jean Wanzer. Carolyn Stone and Jean Anne Lambert Advertisement ARTHRITIS RHEUMATISM FAINS RELIEVED AT ONCE ff f aalM at wa riNt. HmimwMm. icik w mwMh, mm mm Ikw wM IIMATION. yUa "I towt irrlmm f aw iS tarn i M m(i m) mm. 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