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PAGE EIGHT THE ROCKLAND COVNTT HAVEB8TRAW, N. Y. JANUARY 31, 196* Lederle ^Continued from page i) feed supplements manufactured by the company. Lederle ’ s physical growth at its Pearl River plant has been tre ­ mendous. In 1937, about 590 people were employed there; today there are almost 4,500. Ten years ago there were 80 buildings on the company ’ s 420 acres; today there are 155, ranging from six-story production and ‘ research buildings to long, one-story barns for animals. Fifteen major projects are cur ­ rently either complete, or nearing completion. Finished during 1950- 51 were new buildings for myco ­ logy research, animal feed blend ­ ing, aureomycin fermentation, and pharmacology research. Also com ­ pleted were a boiler house, waste treatment filter, water cooling tower, and various utility and ser ­ vice buildings. New pharmaceu ­ tical and viral and rickettsial re ­ search buildings and a warehouse will be finished in the near future. An additional pharmaceutical building is under construction. It has been estimated by engi­ neers that Lederle ’ s use of water, steam, and electricity equals that of a city of 75,000 people. Over million gallons of water are used daily and much of it is re ­ used again and again in production processes. An American Cyanamid plant in England is now refining crude aureomycin shipped there from this country. Aureomycin is now manufactured in France under an agreement with the Rhone-Poulenc Company, and a plant is being con ­ structed in India in cooperation with private industry there. Haverstraw ’ 42 Club Planning a Tea Dance The Haverstraw ’ 42 Club, which has assisted many local charities and fund-raising organizations in its 10-year history, is holding a tea dance of its own Sunday, Feb ­ ruary 10, at the new Julie ’ s res ­ taurant on West Broad street. This will be the club ’ s first fund ­ raising event of the year and it is an important one for the club, since its financial assistance to oth ­ er organizations has left the treas ­ ury nearly bare. Z. Cacioppo and his trio will play for dancing from 4 to 9 p. m. Mem ­ bers of the club ’ s committee ar ­ ranging the dance are Miss Anne M. Lyons, Mrs, Genevieve McCabe, Miss Loretta May, Mrs. Genevieve Malley, Mrs. Helen Kopprasch and Mrs. Margaret Swartz. Obituary Haverstraw ------------- MRS. LORRAINE BOYCE Mrs. Lorraine Boyce, daughter of Mrs. Alice Lynch of Haverstraw, died Wednesday at Nyack Hospit­ al. She also leaves three sisters, Mrs. Grant Curry, Mrs. Gertrude Keys, and Mrs. Ruth Pope, and her grandmother, Mrs. Fannie Harvey. Bank Corner Continued from page 1 supposed to. You disappoint some ­ body, and you ’ d like to start all over again. Can ’ t do it. Better just go to bed early and start tomorrow right. JOSEPH FRASCOS HAVE CHILD Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Frasco of Maple avenue are the parents of a daughter, who weighed seven pounds, four ounces at birth this morning at Good Samaritan Hos ­ pital, SufE^rn.' She is the couple ’ s first child. Mrs. Frasco is the for ­ mer Miss Ann Ronan of Jersey City. U. S. Defense Bonds — a Good Buy NYACK EXPRESS CO., Inc. Established 1893 WM. PERRY, Pres. Daily trips to New York Gty, Newark, Orangeti and Rockland County. Safes, Machinery, Pianos, Furniture carefully moved. Fire Proof storage ware ­ houses. Phone NYack 7-0432 Association Supports Dewey The Rockland County Chapter of the New York Good Roads Assoc ­ iation has endorsed the provision for highways contained in Gov. Dewey ’ s budget message which calls for appropriations of $125,- 000,000 for work on highways, parkways and grade crossing elim­ inations, exclusive of the work be ­ ing done on the Thruway. Gov. Dewey also has recommended a continuing program of $180,000,- 000 per year. Thomas Aumacks Have Child Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Aumack of Stony Point are the parents of a daughter, who was born January 27 in Good Samaritan Hospital, Suffern. Mrs. Aumack is the for ­ mer Evelyn Mazza. Vincent Griffins Have Child Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Griffin of Gurnee avenue are the parents of a daughter, who was born Friday in Good Samaritan Hospital, Suf- fem. The child will be named Jan ­ et. Ratio There is one retailer handling to ­ bacco products for every 115 peo ­ ple in the country. Mr. and Mrs. William Griffin and children of Hackensack spent Sunday with i:elatives In town. Tuesday was Natal Day at the Crescent Drug Company. Miss Bet ­ ty Maloney celebrated her birth ­ day, and Pharmacist Carl Barone of Bardonia noted the third birth ­ day of his daughter, Deborah. Mrs. William J. McCabe return ­ ed Monday from Woman ’ s Hos ­ pital, New York City. Her son, David, bom January 19, will re ­ main at the hospital for a time. Herman Cohen of First street Is visiting in Florida. The Rev. Fred Jenkins has re ­ turned from a conference in Buck Hill Falls, Pa. Allen Thomas, son of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Stecz of Metuchen, N. J., formerly of Haverstraw, celebrates his seventh birthday to­ day. Order early to be sur'e of a 2- pound Fanny Farmer Satin Heart. $3.45 at the Crescent Drug Co., 2© Broadway. “Valentine Candy Headquarters. ” adv. 1-31 Felix Lisewsky jr of Westside avenue suffered an injury to his knee in a fall. Lynn, daughter of Mi;:, and Mrs. Farrell Freeman, has returned home after an operation at Good Samaritan Hospital, Sliffem. P. Dickman and Son have a new Dodge delivery truck from D. A. Motors. Dominic Gerace is ill at his Broadway home. He collapsed while at work delivering baked goods this morning, but his con ­ dition is now reported better. The tenth award of the C. P, Woman ’ s Club went to Mrs. J. Car- ella of Clinton street. Diane Livsey of 107 Clove avenue is recovering from the mumps Mr. and Mrs. John Kerrigan of Wilkes-Barre, Pa., were the week LETCHWORTH JOB BIDS Weathermatic Corporation of Long Island City submitted a low bid of $18,990 Wednesday for re ­ frigeration work and moderniza ­ tion of the refrigeration equipment in the bakery and storehouse, kit ­ chen building, adult male service building and the dairy building at Letchworth Village. Nine bids were submitted at Albany. The State Dept, of Public Works ex ­ plained that the low bid was “ ir ­ regular ” and may not be accepted. - --------- 0 ----------- Birds will welcome bacon drip ­ pings and peanut butter for fare at winter feeding stations. ' MURRAY L. KORN ANNOUNCES The Opening of His Office for the Practice of ACCOUNTING at 33 THIRD STREET HAVERSTRAW, N. Y. Phone HAverstraw 9-4062 AUDITING - TAX RETURNS BOOKKEEPING SERVICE • 1SrD parment. '•y Television Sales Uep ^j^^gj^^^iealCon- OurLongExperienixm struetioLnd Repair Field, »eOBer Ne« Television Repair fd SyljU Guaranteed Work Factory Guaranteed Parts Prompt Service Reasonable Rates On All Makes ol Television peter And STEPAN S T R A C K GARNERVILLE-N-V- Phones HAverslraw 9 - 28 X 8.22 end guests of their daughter, Miss Jean Kerrigan, home economics teacher at Haverstraw High School. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Roemmele of Garnerville wlil leave Saturday for a two-week trip in Florida. ' Robert Martin of the Haverstraw Public School staff is spending the weekend in Philadelphia, where he is participating in the Temple Un ­ iversity reading clinic. Prank Plleggl of the Jerry Mas- tromarlno Lumber Company at ­ tended the opening session of the Northeastern Rietail Lumbermen ’ s Association convention Monday at the Hotel Statler, New York City. Mrs. Helen Grabe is ill at her home on Major Andre drive. Stony Point. Mrs. Grabe is employed at Jerry Mastromarino ’ s office in Haverstraw. “ YES ” to 4 out of 5 employed men and women — married or single — who apply for a loan. “ YES\ to a payment date that fits your payday. Phone, come in, or wife hnoitat today! Loons $25 to $500 Hopoy Monfhfjr 15M0S. 18 Mos. CASH YOU GET $260 $500 $20.67 17.78 $38.57 33.00 ••THt COMPAHyi! tenAcnal Abov* payments cover everything! Loons of other omounts, or for other pcfledt, ore in proportion. (N. Y.) THAT (rxrs TO SAV m'* FINANCE CO. Ground PI., 18 MAIN ST., (Next to Rockland light Power Co.) Phon.i Hov.r.trow 9-5746 • K.nn.lh J. J.ff.rs, YES MANogar OPEN SATURDAY UNTIL NOON f***************»»*******»***»**4a*f******ta**»**a**taa***********************4**********a*aa***** We feature and recommend always sheer, always lovely MOJUD STOCKINGS in the latest FASHION HARMONY COLORS MOJUD NYLONS 51 gauge - - 15 denier . . $ 1.15 51 gauge - 30 denier . . $ 1.25 S. KIGLER Personal Finance Company of New York loom modi to residents of alt surrounding towns * Loons olso made by mail The Best Place to Shop Corner West Broad 21 Broadway taa****^************************************************************************************** f The BEE HIVE ’ S SALE STARTS 9 A. M. FRIDAY, FEB. 1st Fifty-four years of Know-how, and the largest stock in our history makes this sale one that you ’ ll never forget. But even this is overshadowed by the fact that we are obliged to empty our No. 2 warehouse to make room for a new large factory that has come to Haverstraw. Our No. 2 warehouse is jammed to the doors and it is absolutely necessary that all merchandise be removed from it and sold regardless of price. NO MAIL OR PHONE ORDERS ........................ MAYBE BUDGETED. MODERA TE DOWN PA YMENTS. 78 WEEKS TO PA Y. 614 Mattresses and Box Springs at Reductions Ranging from 33'i3 to 50* OFF INNERSPRING MATTRESSES Cotton Felt - Sisal Pad Not $39.95 ...... Not $29.95 But Sale Priced at $19.95 ALL SIZES INNERSPRING , MATTRESS CUSHIONED WITH LATEX FOAM RUBBER FLAKES Not $49.95 ........... Not $39.95 But Sale Priced at $27.95 51 SOFA BEDS ALL MAKES INCLUDING SIMMONS Opens to double bed with storage space SALE $59.95 to $79.95 VALUES TO $129.00 HOLLYWOOD BED Complete with Ivory Headboard Imported Damask ticking Latex Foam Flake Cushioning *99.00 Reg. $114.00 >ieirp ‘ « A '« g « A ■' '«Ti' JMMflMrrK- SURE REST STUDIO COUCH Reg. $77.98 ™ $59.00 Sure Rest Studio with back Rest Reduced from $104.00 $79.00 PRICE BEDROOM SUITES Over a hundred different suites to select from. Mahogany, Maples, Cherry, Birch and Oak We have gone below our Regular February Sale Price so that we can empty our No 2 warehouse. Whitecliffc MUSLIN SHEETS 81x99 FLOOR COVERINGS Come to the Bee Hive for the largest selection of floor coverings to be seen anywhere, except in the large department stores in New York. 3 PIECE DRESSER, CHEST & BED (Maple Finish) Suitable for Child ’ s or Spare Room. $59.95 PILLOW CASES 42 X 36 37c , ir iT. JJ JjrjTJT oljljLl-d l BED PILLOWS Shredded Latex Linen Ticking $2.99 Hundreds of other bedroom suites . . from Mengel, iHaywood-Wakefleld, Johnson-Carper, Frank S. Harden, Phoenix, Vermont, Lincoln, Broyhill. Reductions of 15% to 50% BED PILLOWS Quilted Rayon Shredded Foam Rubber $3.49 9 FOOT POINT SET BRUSSELS WEAVE — Rose Only SCARSDALE WILTON 9 Feet Wide — Grey Broadloom 12 FOOT BROADLOOM CANTATA — Green or Grey. 9 FOOT GULLISTAN WILTON LOOP — Red or Rose 9 FOOT AXMINSTER BY GULLISTAN ................... ,. yd. yd. yd. yd. yd. $5.95 10.95 11.95 12.95 7.95 Above Broadlooms are all wool LIVING ROOM SUITES . Smart Set Sectional by Kroehler 3 PIECE SECTIONALS ............. start at $129.00 HALF SOFA ............................... start at 59.00 LOVE SEATS ............................. start at 79.00 CHAIRS ............................ — 2 start at 49.00 Other 2 and 3 Piece Suites Mainly Kroehler $169.00 to $379.00 i«wnrw.g.MJ*«*rjaarja COCKTAIL — LAMP — END AND STEP TABLES With Russet Leather Tops $19.95 Other Occasional TABLES 20% to 33% LOWER FOR SALE Armstrong Portable IRONER Large Roll - Chrome trim, Reg. $57.40 Sale Price ^ 45^95 I iciRiascJUixiExzxziri LAMPS — ALL KINDS 20% Discount 5 Piece DINETTE SET (Pz:() Qc; Chrome Skirt and Legs Red, Green, Yellow, and Blue Many others at savings of 15% to 33% KNEE HOLE DESKS - - - - $44.50 Others to $189.00 prjrjWjT jTjTajrjTiRni Elevator Service to All Floors The Bee Hive “ Rockland County ’ s Largest Furniture Store ” Est. 1898 10-16 NEW MAIN STREET HAVERSTRAW, N. Y. Tone on tone reversible WOOL BUGS In Rose - Grey - Green - Beige and Blue 9 X 12 ................... $49.00 — 9 X 15 ........ . ......... $74.95 Alexander Smith — All Wool AXMINSTER BUG 17 q 9 X 12 Only — Beg. $95.98 .................. / \aUU COTTON LOOP RUGS qj - ARMSTRONG QUAKER Q QQ BUG 9 X 12 — Reg. $10.50.............. ARMSTRONG STANDARD C QQ BUG 9 X 12 — Reg. $7.99 . ............... . D. 5/1/ ARMSTRONG DELUXE ASPHALT TILE “ a ” group plain — 9x9 ..................... per tile 5c “ b ” group marble — 9x9 per tile 6 c “ c ” group marble — 9x9 .................. per tile 9c “ d ” group marble — 9x9 . ........... per tile 11 c ARMSTRONG LINOTILE 4\ BLOCKS For Hulls, Bathrooms, Kitchens Reg. 6 c per Tile SALE PRICE 3c

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