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T IC E w; pro- , that the com p ly o engage- rtivity re- nsent or ' state of- nt, board, ler body ibtaining o f such IT N E S S lis certifl- ubscribed o f May, dersigned that the de herein the penal* , wigaiiiZgr mer Road fork i2205 -6 ,1 3 ,20 m icE RGYLE ARING :e notice ing Board if Argyle blic hear- :o Section n Law, on tion o f prino for ninor sub- I subdivi- I at Hinds )f Argyle. ion is an an. ig will be rd day of 0, at the cipal Of- eet, Town 30 p.m. At interested : given an i be heard. f the Plan­ a le Town srig Board f o n c E , 1982 a*d ook 488 at iistance of i a set 3/4\ iron pipe, 02° ST 24\ le wester?,y id lands pf >e o f236.90 3/4\ dia. (said iron i northeast- ' lands con- ilobert S. es T. Clark 1 April 23, ¡corded in Page 254); 84° 24' 06\ le northerly id lands of e northerly ands con- Robert S. ivid Walter lorence S. dated June recorded in Page 358 a M00 feet to capped iron South 03° t along the nds o f said i a distance ■i to a point ;rly bounds ad; thence >' 1 1 \ West northerly oon Road a 5 ¿00 feet to place of be- ! therefrom, CERTAIN I P A R C E L ituate in the em, County on, State of teing Lots 1 is shown on d \Butternut repared by 1, Land Sur­ tí March 1 , :orded in the i County eonDecem- C l a s s i f i e d s S H U S H A N GREENWICH JOURNAL Thursday, July 20,2000 SALEM PRESS Page9 Call: 692-2266 FAX? 692-3589 GREENWICH APT. - 2 bedroom upper w/dryer hookup. $375 plus utilities and security. Available July 15. Call 747-6188 or 747- 4194. GREENWICH - Single bed- room apartment Washington St. $325/mo. Call 692-7669. MAIN ST. OFFICE SPACE available. Call Alan Brown Realty. 692-2066. BABYSITTER available, willing to work flexible hours. Call Rachel at 692-1105 or 7.96-3889. INTERIOR & EXTERIOR Painting. Houses, bams, etc Call today 692-7129. Also pressure washing. NEED CASH? I’m paying top dollar for anything! Gold, silver, sterling, diamonds, old coins, paper money, jewelry, watches, scrap gold, antiques, advertising items, fishing tackle, anything old. Estates WANTED Also. Call Bill at (518) 632-5486 now! OCEAN CITY, MD. Best se­ lection of affordable rentals. Daily ¡ind weekly. Call now for free brochure. Open seven days. Holiday Real Estate. 1- 800-638-2102.(nyscan) NORTH WILDWOOD, NJ Florentine Family Mote! Beach, boardwalk block, heated pools, efficiency, mo­ tel units, refrigerators, eleva­ tor, maid service, cable, HBO. Color brochure, specials. 609-522-4075 ext. 76. www.florentinemotel com (nyscan) PELHAM HOUSE - Cape Cod waterfront resort. Spa­ cious rooms, with private beach, individual balconies with spectacular view, large salt water pool, tennis court and complimentary breakfast. Box 38, Dennisport, MA 02639. Reservations or bro­ chure call: 1-800-497-3542. w w w .cap e c o d travel/ pelhamhouse (nyscan) 1995 FORD ESCORT 4 dr LX Hatchback, 5 speed, 4 cyl 1.9L, A/C, rear def., Tach, Rear Spoiler, AM/FM/CAS stereo, 53k miles. Asking $5,500. Call 692-9537. ESTATE CLEAN-OUTS Sale conducted in homes, our speciality! Wanted garage sale items. Antiques and Col­ lectibles. Open Tues. - Sun. 10-5. 747-0197. ‘96 DOUBLE WIDE 3 BR, 2 bath, central air, shed, den off master bedroom, large lot in Pyramid Pines, Saratoga. Call Connie 587-7191. WOLFF TANNING beds. Tan at home. Buy direct and save. Commercial/home units from $199.00. Low monthly payments. Free color catalog. Call today 1-800-842-1310. (nyscan) LOOKING FOR vendors: Hand-crafted only for Nassau County’s largest family fair. Attendance 100,009 plus, 200 hand-crafted vendors display. 9/23 & 9/24. (516) 679-1875 for application, (nyscan) rm A u g u s t 5 , 6, W a sh. Co. Fairgrounds I Greenwich, NY — Info. 695-4386 Free admission Sat. 8 - 6; Sun. 9 - 5 Early b u yers ($10) Fri. 6a-8p & Sat. 6-8a r r - a f Ti ■ « ■ l am ■ ■ ■ w~ TEACH E R VACAN C Y Salem High School. At- Risk program. NYS certi­ fication in English, Social Studies, or Reading. Send cre­ dentials ASAP to: Gregory Aidala, Supt., Salem Central, Salem, NY 12865. For more info, call 854-7855. _ __ „ _ „ . PERSONAL CARE AIDE - Part time, and shower aide, 20 hours per week for adult retire­ ment home. 695-3813. HAIR STYLIST WANTED Booth rental. Call Mane Street Haircutting, Greenwich, 692-2079. PART TIME maintenance person for children’s camp in lower Catskill Mountains. Needs skills in carpentry, plumbing and electric. Call 914-292-4644 ask for Robert, (nyscan) DRIVERS: Allied Van Lines needs owner operators for their special products fleet. 2 yrs. o/t/r experience required. Avg. $1.25 per mile. 800-634- 2200, Dept. ANYS. (nyscan) DRIVERS: New pay pack­ age. OTR: 6 mo. exp. 30|£/mi. Top pay 400/mi. Regional: 360/mi. Lease program. New/ used. M.S. Carriers 1-800- 231-5209 EOE. (nyscan) FcdEX Custom Critical is seeking owner/operator of straight trucks. We offer excel­ lent pay per mile, cash ad­ vances, paid permits, group rates for truck insurance and more. 1-800-323-9256. (nyscan) i ■ ■ a ■ n n THE ONLY WAY to cover all New York State with a clas­ sified ad: Your 25-word clas­ sified ad will run in the New York ■•State Classified Adver­ tising Network (NYSCAN) in 90 percent of 2 11 weekly newspapers statewide far only $400. You can advertise your classified in specific regions (Metro, $190; Central $140, Western $140.) Additional words all regions, $10 per word; Metro, $10; Central $10, Western $10. Visit The Journal-Press, 35 Salem St., Greenwich, 692-2266. To Place A Classified Advertisement Mail with Payment to The Journal-Press P.O. Box 185 Greenwich, N.Y. 12834 or stop in our office at 35 Salem Street Greenwich, N.Y. Over 20 - 1 0 cents/word Up to 20 Words-$3.20 Succeeding, consecutive insertions without change are 20 cents off first week’s charge. Must be Prepaid Answers coming to The Journal-Press Add $1.00 WASHINGTON CO. FAIR: has openings for maintenance workers/cleanup crew. Also several openings for ticket booths. Call 692-2464 or slop by Fair office and fill out ap­ plication. AVON. Declare your inde- \pehdenc'efCoiitrol your own income. Set your own sched­ ule. As an AVON representa­ tive you call the shots. Let’s talk. (888) 942-4053. (nyscan) DRIVERS. Exp'd & inexp’d drivers needed. OTR, regional runs available immediately. Ask about our $1000 sign on bonus. 3-week company spon­ sored CDL training. Swift Transportation. 1-800-284- 8785. www.SwifiTrans.com (eoe-m/f) (nyscan) POSTAL JOBS $48,323 yr. Now hiring, no experience, paid training, great benefits. Call for lists, 7 days. (800) 429-3660, ext. J-900. (nyscan) MEDICAL BILLER - Great income potential. Earn up to 45k per year. Full training provided; Home computer re­ quired. Call Titan toll free. 888-660-6693, ext. 4312. (nyscan) DRIVERS: North American Van Lines has openings in Logistics, Relocation, and Blanket Wrap (specialized commodities) fleets. Mini­ mum of 3 months experience required. Call 1-800-348- 2147, Dept. NYS. (nyscan) • • • • • • • • It lakes A Lot Of Energetic & Talented People To Open The Doors 01A Hanna ford Supermarket. So If You Are Enthusiastic With Real Talent lor Customer Service. Come Check Us Out1 OPENINGS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS WE OFFER YOU: ■ Excellent p a y & bene fits, even if you work part-time 1A work p la c e that's actually fun > S c h e d u les that fit to your lifestyle > A workplace that c a res abou t y o u » A p la c e to learn & g r o w A r m s D Q M JO B FAIM ■: SrseswfcfcElka CM» Route 40 Soitfii August 1-5 Wèdi&Ri. Thursday Saturday McsHgH may be left at our Employment line at 1-800-233-6.153, e x t 6575. 8-4M 8-8*) •g 9-2&Q -The next Grange card party will be held on Saturday, July 22, at 7:30 p.m. -The Georgi Museum and Park Center will host the Washington County Band in concert on the lawn on Thursday, July 20, at 7 p.m. The band will offer a popular selection of music pleasing to the audience. An ice cream social will be held during the conceit, sponsored by the Salem Chamber of Commerce. Bring a lawn chair or blanket. -Daily Vacation Bible School will begin July 31 and will continue through August 4 at the Methodist Church. Gayle Shaw and Betty Tucker will serve as directors. -George Herdman of Melbourne, Fla., is spending some time at the Florence Gilchrest hone. -William Watkins has been a pa­ tient at the Mary McClellan Hospital. -Shushan news items are urgently needed. All organizations and individu­ als are encouraged to contact the Shushan correspondent, Louise Peck, when items of interest occur. -Janet Ryan and several friends spent the weekend in the Lancaster, Pa., area. -The Georgi Museum and Park Center welcomes the Fort Salem Theater in their production of Trifles on the grounds of the Georgi Museum in Shushan on Sunday, July 23, at 1:30 p.m. Admission is free. -A meeting of the Covered Bridge Museum is scheduled for August 1, at 7:30 p.m. Present officers of the asso­ ciation are: President John Rich, Vice President Doug Gordon, Secretaiy Buffie Race, Treasurer Elmer Travers, Assistant Treasurer Florence Adams, Curator Robert Malay, Assistant Cura­ tor Elizabeth Bentley. The museum is open Wednesday through Saturday. AIM HIGH. Jobs available in over 150 specialties,plus: *Up to $12,000 Enlistment Bonus ♦Up to $10,000 Student Re­ payment *Prior Service Open­ ings. High school grads age 17-27, or prior service mem­ bers from any branch, call 1- . 800-423-USAF for an infor­ mational letter or visit www.airforce.com AIR FORCE, (nyscan) FRIENDLY TOYS and Gifts has openings for party plan demonstrators & managers. Home decor, gifts, toys, Christmas. Earn cash, trips, recognition. Free catalog. In­ formation 1-800-488-4875. (nyscan) AD SALES REP Albany Catholic weekly. Great earn­ ing potential. Send resume, salary requirements to: The Evangelist Search Committee, 40 N. Main Ave., Albany, NY 12203. (nyscan). CLAIMS PROCESSOR. $20-40/hr. potential. Process­ ing claims is easy. Training provided. Must own PC. Call now. 1-888-707-6735 ext. 679. (nyscan) DRIVER - Covenant Trans­ port *Coast to coast runs *Tearns start up to 460 *$ 1000 sign-on bonus for exp. co. drivers. For experienced driv­ ers 1 -800-441 -4394. Owner operators 1-877-848-6615. Graduate students i-800-338- 6428 (nyscan) Workers’ comp rates to be lower soon Governor George E. Pataki has an­ nounced that workers’ compensation rates will be reduced this year by an av­ erage of 2.5 percent. The reduction, combined with rate decreases achieved in the past five years, represents an overall reduction of almost 40 percent. The 2.5 percent reduction will take effect October 1, 2800, and will he re­ flected in rate notices that insurers will send to employers immediately. The decreases will vaiy by business and type of industry, but some employers will see their rates fall by as much as 27 percent for the coming year such as those in the tunneling and iron and steel erection classes. The Safety and Security Act also re­ pealed Dole v. Dow, reducing costs for employers. The 1972 Court o f Appeals decision had permitted manufacturers of equipment that caused a workplace injury to recover damages from the in­ jured worker's employer, costing New York employers more than $300 mil­ lion every year. New York had been the only state that subjected its employers to such unlimited liability from a \third party lawsuit\ In 1995 rates were reduced by 8.4 percent and in 1996 rates fell by more than 18 percent. In 1997 rates de­ creased an additional 7.5 percent and in 1998 rates were cut by 3 percent. Last year's rate level was unchanged. Prior to the enactment of the Governor’s re­ form legislation, New York State had the second highest workers' compensa­ tion costs in the United States. Obituary GLADYS M. BRUNEAU Gladys M. Bruneau, 84, a lifelong resident of Middle Falls, died Friday, July 14, 2000 at her home. Funeral services were held on Monday at Flynn Bros., Inc. Funeral Home in Green­ wich, with the Rev. Clyde McCaskill, officiating. Burial was in Greenwich Cemetery. She was bom May 29, 1916, in the town of Easton, the daughter o f Stewart and Pearl (Davenport) Searles. She was predeceased by her hus­ band, Edward \Jack\ Bruneau, Sr. who died in 1995. She is survived by a daughter, Beverly Squires o f Middle Falls; a son, Edward Bruneau, Jr. of Middle Falls; two brothers, Eldridge Searles of Middle Falls and Ivan Searles of Argyle; five grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren. Memorial gifts may be made to the Easton-Greenwich Rescue Squad, PO Box 84, Greenwich or to the Middle Falls Fire Department, Middle Falls. ÜJ HOT SUMMER SAVINGS Arch Steel Buildings, Factory direct - 25 x 3 8, 30 k 44,40 x 48, 50x110. Save thousands. Perfect for workshops, ga­ rages. Financing available. Call 1-800-341-7007. (nyscan) A l t o n IOV ADOPT: Give your laby the best life has to offer, home filled with love, happiness and financial security. Med/legal exp. paid. Call Sherry 1-800- 595-6976. (nyscan) ADOPTION: Loving couple wish to adopt your newborn. Can provide a bright future. Expenses paid. Call Lisa or Eric. 1-877-464-7964, pin 4280. (nyscan) STEEL BUILDINGS Sale: 5,000 - Sizes 40x60x14, $9.845; 50x75x14, $12,673; 50x100x16, $16,330; 60x100x16, $18,075 Mini­ storage buildings, 40x160, 32 units, $16,845. Free brochures. www.sentinelbuildings.com Sentinel Buildings, 800-327- 0790 ext 79. (nyscan) EARN YOUR COLLEGE degree quickly. Bachelors, Masters, Doctoratc, by corre­ spondence based upon prior education, life experience and short study couise. For free in­ formation catalog call: Cam­ bridge State University (800) 964-8316.(nyscan) PIANO SERVICES Tuning, regulating; rebuilding and re­ pairs. Stephen Snyder, Scott's Lake Road, Salem, NY. 854-3888. PHOTO &LINE ART scan“ ning, logo and ait rebuilding, special styling & sizing, and special art and text effects. All laser print produced. The Journal-Press, 35 Salem St., Greenwich, N.Y. 12834 or 692-2266. DO YOU EARN $800 in a day? Your own local candy route. Includes 30 machines and free.candy. All for $9,995. Call 1-800-998-VEND. (nyscan) AT&T, SPRINT pay phone routes. 25 super locations. Awesome income. Local routes. Free info. E-Z money .Call 1-800-264-6678 24/hrs. (nyscan) OWN YOUR OWN $ 1,00 store or choose apparel, shoe, lingerie, bridal, gift. Includes inventory, fix­ tures, buying trip, training. Minimum investments $19,900. (501) 327-8031. www.libertyopportunities.com (nyscan) Easton M a il T o : The Journal-Press , P.O . B o x 185, G r e e n w ich, N .Y . 12834 E-mail: Tony Basile maybe contacted at JPSeeopl@aol.com Councilman Brownell resigns Board likely to name his replacement in August By Tony Basile At a special meeting of the Easton Town Board Monday evening, the board announced the resignation of Councilman Richard G. Brownell, Sr. In his written resignation dated and made effective July 1 1, Brownell cited \personal reasons\ as the cause for his decision. He went on to state that as a taxpayer he plans to stay informed and active on issues before the board for the benefit of all taxpayers and that he will oppose any issue that is in the personal interest o f anyone. The board passed a resolution ac­ cepting his resignation with regret, and thanking him for his I'A years of serv­ ice to the town. A discussion concern­ ing the naming of his replacement ensued, and it was decided that anyone wishing to sit on the town council should send a letter of interest to be re­ ceived by the town clerk not later than 5 p.m. on August 15. The question as to whether or not the board would actually fill the va­ cancy was left unanswered, since Coun­ cilman James Borden was not present to provide his input into the process. The matter will be taken up again at the regular August meeting, following the public hearing on the revision of the junk car ordinance. If a successor to Brownell is to be chosen, the decision will be made at a special meeting o f the board to be held on August 15. While Brownell’s resignation came as a surprise to the board majority, there were obviously persons in town who knew it was pending, one of whom cir­ culated a nominating petition for the council seat before it was vacated. Brownell's term would have expired on December 3 1, 2001. The petition, however, was rejected by the county board of elections because the resigna­ tion came within 7 days of the closing date for filing Republican nominating petitions for the next general election. According to Supervisor Dan Shaw, should the board chose a successor to Brownell, his term would end at the end of December 2000. The Easton Town Republican Com­ mittee is charged with the responsibility of placing a candidate on the November ballot to fill the remaining year of Brownell's term. Planning board to meet on Tuesday MEDICARE NEBULIZER Patients. Stop paying cash for Albuterol, Atrovent, etc. Medicare pays for them. We bill Medicare and deliver to you. MED-A-SAVE 1-800- 538-9849 ext. 18N. (nyscan) SAWMILL $3795. Saws logs into boards, planks, beams. Large capacity. Best sawmill values anywhere. Free infor­ mation. Norwood Sawmills, 252 Sonwil Dr., Buffalo, NY 14225. I -800-578-1363. (nyscan) The Easton Town Planning Board will hold a regular meeting Tuesday, July 25, at Burton Hall at 8 p.m. Applications, or sketch plan materi­ als should be submitted to the clerk 10 days prior to the meeting time, and may be dropped off at the Town Clerk’s of­ fice during town office hours. While the town has new telephone numbers, telephone messages for the Planning Board and the Planning Board Clerk may still be left at the clerk's home number. Sketch plan/minor subdivision pro­ cedures, and application forms are available from the Town office, or the Enrichment open house at ACC Adirondack Community College's (ACC) Summer Enrichment program will host an open house on Thursday, July 27, beginning at 6:30 p.m. The public is invited. Demonstrations by the advanced and beginning rocketry classes will be­ gin at 6:30 p.m. in the south parking lot near the ACC gym and performances by the dance and theater classes will begin at 7 p.m. in the ACC Theater. Student artwork will be on display at various locations around the campus. in addition to rocketry, dance and theater courses, students participated in classes in drawing and painting, Ameri­ can history, computers, psychology, recreation, foreign languages, cooking, sculpture, radio and television produc­ tion, and archaeology. Planning Board Clerk. Sketch plan pro­ posal requirements include a drawing of the proposed subdivision based on a tax map or similarly accurate map; cop­ ies of deeds, 1969 (or before) to present owner of record; and a notarized agency designation form if the appli­ cant is other than the present owner of record. Building permit applications for lands within flood plain areas will be­ gin with application to the Planning Board for a flood plain permit review in accordance with the Town 1998 Flood Plain Law. Funds allotted for senior programs The New York State budget recently signed by Governor George Pataki has increased state funding for several im­ portant programs and services provided to senior citizens by the Washington County Office for the Aging. Statewide, funding allocated by the state Office for the Aging increased over $9 million to more than $66 mil­ lion for such services as home delivered meals, in-home services and commu­ nity services for the elderly. Allocations for Washington County include: Community Services for the Elderly program - $65,819; Expanded in-home services for the elderly pro­ gram - $ 100,071; and supplemental nu­ trition assistance program - $129,512. This funding will allow Washington County to continue, and in some cases, improve the services it provides to older residents. G i n n / « G room ing R o o m & Boarding Kennels Windy Kill Road > Greenwich, N.Y. 695-6974 f a Vincent M. Cristaldi Accounting Services 28 Main Street Greenwich, NY 12834 892-2647 ELY MAJOR APPLIANCES S a l e s 6 9 2 - 7 7 9 9 - S e r v i c e 6 9 2 - 2 0 2 4 Financing Available 39 years service to back our sales 103 Main S t, Greenwich —692-2024 CHOKING ON DEBT? Stop harassment, high monthly payments. Proven program slashes bills in half. No credit check. Save thousands. Call toll-free foT free quote today. 1-877-479-4479, ext. 130. First Mutual Financial, (nyscan) LAND BARGAINS. Free list. 3 to 36 acre parcels in Albany, Schoharie, Montgomery & Herkimer counties. Ideal homesites. Financing. Henry Whipple at Helderberg Realty 518-861-6541. (nyscan) BYOWNER.COM-# l site. Sell your home with no com­ missions. Call 1-800-home- Iist X *33. Want to help others sell? Join our NY affiliate program X I 66. wvvw.byowner.com or e-mail: sold@byowner.com VIRGINIA ’ ¿^EASTERN shore. On peninsula between Chesapeake Bay/Atlantic Ocean. Free brochures. Call 800-288-7037. Visit our web­ site: www.mason-davis.com or write: Mason-Davis Co., Box 418, Accomac, VA 23301.(nyscan) FUS1 SERVICE DEALER John Deere John Deere Briilion, Sunflower, Knight, Kiübros, UFT, Miller, Echo Allen Farm Equipment Co., Inc. 118 5 3 St. Rte. 40, Schaghtlcoke (518) 692-2676 1-800*692-2725 I iw mm mm mm v mm ame mmm L i s t i n g s i W a n t e d ■ 1 O u r l i s t i n g s a w s e ï m g ! I 1 W e need new country, farm, I I village and land listings. § I Call Alan Brown Really 1 j 618-692-2066 | ^28 Main St., Greenwich, NY J An equal opportunity employer www.hannafoid.com McCANN MEMORIALS Rte. 29 East Greenwich P.Ò; Box 448 Salem, N.Y. 12865-0448 M o n u m e n ts, M a r k e r s , C e m e t e r y L e t t e r in g , C e m e t e r y F lo r a l A r r a n g e m e n ts & S ton e C lean in g Y e s , We Are StUI in Business 692-2038 - 854-3996 --------- — F O R S A L E 3 BR. Village Home in Greenwich w/large bam Reduced to $69,900 Many other properties available. Alan Brown Realty 28 Main St. Greenwich 692-2066 BULLETIN BOARD is a listing of Spsciil FundRising iMnti, an o^ortHnity for gtwips aid organizations to remind the public of upcoming tvanft, activities intf itaere whkh are plinnod to benefit tho sponsors - SO words (or loss) is $6.00 for ths first woth. A sacosid waek has no chargo. Qvor SO words - 9 ctntsfword. Piymsnt mast Im recchrad prior to publication. Take-Out Chicken Barbecue in Greenwich -Take-Out Chicken Barbecue all summer every Sunday at the Ashlar Lodge #58-4 on Route 40, beginning at 1 1 :30 a.m. until sold. Menu: 1/2 chicken, baked potato, cole slaw, roll and butter for a reasonable price. Should anyone wish a number of chickens done for a special occasion, please advise at least one week in advance. We will make the effort to accommodate. Flower Show and Luncheon in West Hebron -Enjoy the 50th annual Flower Show and Luncheon at West Hebron United Presbyterian Church Saturdayj July 29. Flower exhibits, plant, craft, and food sales open at 10 a.m.; luncheon from 11:30 am. to 1 p.m.; music program, 1 - 3 p.m.; program featuring Meg Southerland of Salem, 1:30 - 2:30 p.m.; and silver tea, 2:30 p.m. Schuylerville Fanners' Market -The Old Saratoga Farmers' Market is in its second year running through the end of October, located in the parking area at Saratoga Apple, on Route 29; west of Schuylerville, from 3 to 6 p.m. each Thursday. À variety of home grown vegetables, herbs, shrubs, fiesh cut flowers, free range chicken and duck eggs, baked goods, specialty meats, jams, maple producta and much more. Please comc and support oiir local vendors. For more dettiils and information on how to join, contact Market Manager Debbie (Mrs. Chartes) Bailey in Fort Miller, )

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