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HOMES . . . FARMS . . . MOBILE HOMES . . . LOTS To Buy Or Sell, Read The Want Ads FOR \QUICK-ACTION\ RESULTS Announcements CITY CAB-FAST SERVICE PH393-3232 A.A. MEETING Hepburn Hospital every Tuesday at 8 p.m. For information call 393-3600. Ext. 275. Automotive TODAY'S SPECIAL '67PONTIAC2DR.HDT. MORT BACKUS 393-5899 OGDENSBURG Mobile Homes wuk £k\ M COMPANY. INC SELLS MORE MOBILE HOMES wuik •ALES COM\ W . INC CANTON^N.Y. « BECAUSE OFFERS MORE HOME FOR THE DOLLAR OUR VOLUMNE SALES SEEPS DOWN OUR PRICES 2 MILES NORTH ON RTE 11 PHONE 386-3461 Open 9 till 8 Mon. thru Fri. 9 A.M. thru 6 P.M. Sat'. CANCELLATIONS :30 P.M. day before publication. By 1 A.M. Saturday for Sunday. TO PLAGE A CLASSIFIED PHONE 393-1006 393-1003 Ads taken daily Monday thru Fridaj 8:30 A.M. 5:30 P.M.; Saturday 8:45 A.M 12:45 P.M. No Sunday calls. Stop in a the Ogdensburg Journal, 308 Isabella S DEADLINES Classified Ads - 5:30 P.M. day before Classified display, noon 5 P.M. - 2 Day: iefore publication. Friday Noon for th Sunday Advance-News. CORRECTIONS Allowance made for 1 incorrect in sertion only. TRANSIENT RATES Minimum -15 Words Consecutive Insertions Charge Cash Per per Word Word 1 to 3 Times 4 to 6 Times 7 Times 8%c 8c 8c 7% 7c CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Rates based On A 6 Column Page 1 Time $2.93 per column inch. 3 Consecutive times $2.67 per inch per day. 7 Consecutive times $2.40 per inch per day. Cash rate applies when bill is paid until days of 1st insertion. Low Contract Rates On Request . BOX RENTAL For Blind Ads 35c for pick up replies 70c for mail replies PHGNE 393-1003 393-1006 GET DETAILS FOR TA'W-NY 16 Oz. Glass Mobile Service SaB. GREEN STAMPS A. R. MERRILL 424 New York Ave. 393-1880 PANELING SALE! 4'x8' sheets. All kinds, all prices: $3.49, 3.88,4.49,4.88, 5.49, 5.95, 6.95, many, many more. Garns Supply, Lake & Main. &SUBS MIKE'S DELI 828 MORRIS ST. 1967 Camel Caravan Camper. Fold down type. Unequipped. Sleeps 6. $225. Phone 393-0872. SPECIAL ALUMINUM DOORS $21.45—$29.95—$34.95 PREHUNG EASY INSTALLATION J.J.DOYLE CO. 393-5390 TIRE SPECIAL Goodyear polyglass, dual white. H 78 or G 78 x 15 only $39.95, plus tax. Limited supply. GEORGE KELLY & SONS, Heuvelton, N.Y. Phone 344-8861. Hair Styles Mr. Leonard ROUTE 37 MORRISTOWN FOR APPT. CALL 375-8250 NO regret, the best yet;. Blue Lustre cleans carpets beautifully. Rent electric shampooer $1. Moore's Paint Headquarters. Wanted To Buy Top prices paid for Northern Hardwood logs, we are accepting Beech, Elm, Birch, Maple & Cherry, for immediate delivery. Call or write Tupper Lake Veneer Corp., 120 Demars Blvd., Tupper Lake, N.Y. 12986. Phone days: 518-359-2930, Phone evenings, 518-359- 9654. A WANT AD COSTS SO LITTLE «... 1* Per Word 20 WORDS -- 6 DAYS - ONLY $1.00 Aoply to any private ad for merchandise priced under $300 LESS THAN ASK FOR \GERT\ or \PAT\ PH. 393-1003 or 393-1006 Mobile Homes SCOTTSDALE by Homette. The \top line\ from the world's largest mobilehome maker. See it today. MORNING STAR HOMES, Ogden- sburg-Waddington Road. SHASTA, CONCORD, COBRA Trailers and truck campers, Champion Motor home. Supply Store Service Center and bottled gas, Wilson's Trailer Sales, Philadelphia, 642-3261. Pets FOR SALE Chesapeake Bay retriever pups, AKC. Phone 315-896-2053 after 4 p.m. 3 YEAR OLD PALOMINO MARE, Sad- die, new saddle blanket, bridle, broken but not ridden since last fall. Asking $285. 393-5332. Attention Fanners FOR SALE Fast growing 7 week old pigs. Phone 344-8880, Donald Merkley, Flackville. FOR SALE - One Year old Hereford heifers and bulls $150 each. George Whitcombe, Arnold Road, Ogden- sburg, N.Y. Seeds, Plants & Flowers AFTER MEMORIAL DAY SALE going on at Shamrock Nursery Rt. 37 Morristown. Large selection of plants. Merchandise Real Estate For Rent 1 BEDROOM APARTMENT Utilities furnished $135. per month. Adults preferred. No pets. 303-rl4O. 2 BEDROOM FURNISHED APART- MENT, lower, utilities included. Call 393-4847. Auctions AUCTIONS PRICES PAID per hundred wt. at the DeKalb Jet. Commission Sales week of June 2,1971. Good Cows 24.000- 26.50, Medium Cows 21.00-23.75, Canners 15.00-20.75, Good Bulls 27.50- 30.00, Medium Bulls 24.00-27.00,'Veals 34.00-47.50, Good Bobs S5.00-52.00, Light Bobs 28.00-34.50, Dairy Cattle 100.00-375.00. Receipts were 81 Cattle, 151 Calves Sales at DeKalb Jet., Wednesday. Lawrence Fobare Sales Mgr., Lyle Hamilton, Auctioneer. Legal Notices NOTICE OF COMPLETION OF ASSESSMENT ROLL AND HEARING OF COMPLAINTS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the assessors of the Town of DE PEYSTER, County of St. Lawrence, New York, have completed their assessment Roll for the current year and a copy thereof has been- left at the home of Wilbert Parish, where it may be examined by any person in- terested therein until the third Tuesday in June, and on that day from 10:00 A. M. until 2:00 P. M. the said assessors will meet at the Town Hall to hear and examine all complaints in relation to such assessments, on the application of any person believing himself to be aggrieved thereby. Dated June 1, 1971 Harold Chambers John J. Woodward, Sr.' Wilbert- ' Wilbert Parish Assessors NOTICE OF COMPLETION OF ASSESSMENT ROLL AND HEARING OF COMPLAINTS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Assessors of the Town of Waddington, County of St. Lawrence, New York, have completed their Assessment Roll for the current year; that a copy thereof has been left with town clerk at her office where it may be seen and examined by any person interested therein until the third Tuesday in June, next, and that on such day, at 1:00 o'clock in the af- ternoon, for at least four hours, not necessarily continuous, said assessors will meet at town clerks office to such assessments, on the application of any person believing himself aggrieved thereby. Dated, May 27, 1971 James Fife J.Richard Mayette Arthur J. Hunter Assessors NOTICE OF COMPLETION OF ASSESSMENT ROLL AND HEARING OF COMPLAINTS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Assessors of the Town of Lisbon, County of St. Lawrence, New York,- have completed their Assessment Roll for the current year; that a copy thereof has been left with Town Clerk at Lisbon, N. Y. where it may be seen and examined by any person interested therein until the third Tuesday in June, next, and that on such day, at 12 o'clock Noon to 4 P. M. said assessors will meet at Town Hall in said Town, to hear and examine all complaints in relation to such assessments, on the application of any person believing himself aggrieved. Dated, June 2, 1971 J. Homer Martin George W. Forsythe David H. Middlemiss Assessors NOTICE OF TENTATIVE COMPLETION OF ASSESSMENT Pursuant to Section 506 of the Rear Property Law NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Assessors of the Town of Hammond, County of St. Lawrence, have completed their tentative assessment roll for the current year; that a copy thereof has been left with the Town Clerk, at Ham- mond where it may be seen and examined by any person interested therein until the Third Tuesday of June next, and that on such day between the hours of 9 A. M. and IP. M for a total of at leastf our hours, said assessors will meet at Hammond Town Hall in said Town, to hear and examine all verified written complaints in relation to such assessments on the application of any person believing himself aggrieved thereby. Dated this 31 day of May, 1971. Murray J. Henderson •Albert D. Evans LeonE.LaRue,Sr. RITE'S MAKE DAD HAPPY WITH THESE master charae < r~ SHOTRITE'S AND SAVE ! Sport Shirts Shirt- '84.95 to Dress Shirts S6.00 to Men '1 Dress Sox S .79 t o Lightweight Jacket- $4.95 t o Men's Sweater- S.5-95 to Sum m er Caps SI.00 to Hane s T-ShirtsPa k of 3 for Men's P ajam as S4-9 9.95 6.50 l.po 6.95 S\10.95 1.79 S3.39 J. GEORGE ROBILLARD AUTO SALES Your Purchase and Sales Representative DO YOUR TRAVELING IN IN STYLE In The. 19T1SUBARU Star ni a car that's easy to handle, easy to park, you'll find it the right size, the right style and the \right price. 703 MAIN St. GEORGE'S AUTO Stop in and. say \Hello George\ 393-3400 DIRECTORY OF SERVICES Permanent residents and newcomer* to this area will find the Spring Directory the convenient way to solve every km. Use it sow and save it for future reference. SEE US FOR Auto Glass, AUSTIN'S AUTO GLASS & RADIATOR SPECIALIST. 511 State St. Ph. 393- 3890. BLACK TOPPING & SEALING Stone & gravel. Light dozer work. Free est. 50 mile radius, Coburn Blacktopping, DeKalb Jet. 355-2241. RICHARD STEVENSON CONST. Riverside Dr. 393-4773. Kitchen, remodeling, additions. HOME BUILDERS Poured concrete foundations. Free estimate: UP- STATE FOUNDATION DIV., GERMANETTI & RYAN CORP. 265- 7626. LOCKS installed & repaired. Keys made, all types. Safe work. B Bateman 393-1243. LOCKSMITH, 227 State, across from Olympic, master key systems, rekeying, keys by code, locks and safes repaired, keys made. Watertown 782-9695. LISTEN VETERAN By VINCENT E. ROGERS STATE VETERAN COUNSELOR Q. For several years after the death of my husband, I received widow's pension from the VA. When I remarried, the ^pension stopped. My second husband, who was not a veteran died recently, and I was left without sufficient income to provide for my support. Is it possible to have my pension restored? A. Yes, if you are otherwise qualified for benefits, you may reapply for death pension benefits. A change in the law effective Jan. 1, 1971, permits restoration of death pensions to widows • who remarry and the marriage is ter- minated by death or divorce. A. Sorry, you cannot convert to the modified life plan after age 60. However, Ordinary Life has the lowest premium of the other plans available at your age. Q. Is a veteran penalized if he pays off a G.I. home mortgage loan before it is due? . . . A. No. A G.I. loan may be prepaid without penalty at any time. Prepayments may be made in the amount of the regular monthly in- stallment of $100, whichever is lesser, or in any larger amount. Q. I am currently training as an ap- prentice under the G.I. Bill. As a part of my training my employer has asked me to take a 'correspondence course. Will VA pay for the lessons completed through correspondence, in addition to providing the allowance under the ap- prenticeship program? ' A. No. You cannot be paid for a correspondence-course at the same time you are pursuing training under an' apprenticeship program. Q. I am 62 years old, and desire to convert my National Service Life In- surance term policy to the modified life plan. What premium must I pay? FOR DETAILED ANSWERS to these and other questions on VA benefits visit the New York State Division of Veterans' Affairs local veterans counseling.center located at 201 State St., or telephone 393-0580. BOREK GETS AWARD GROSSINGER, N.Y. (AP) — Gene Borek, pro at Long island's Pine Hollow course, has made the Metropolitan Golf Writers Association look good. Two weeks after he was voted Metropolitan New York's Golfer of the Year for 1970 he won his second Long Island Open title. Borek, who won his first Long island Open in 1966, received the Paul Grossinger Award. The handsome 34- year-old pro last year won the Metropolitan PGA crown and won the Long IslanAPGA titles in 1965 arid 1969. Coming Events MOC AUXILIARY June 8- The Military Order of Cootiettes auxiliary will meet at the home of Hariett Dodge, Heuvelton for a cookout. Members bring covered dish, short meeting to follow. 4LPJSA STUDY CLUB June 8 - The Alpha Study Club will njeet at 7:30 p; m. at the home of Mr. William F. Barr, 406 Patterson St. K. C. AUXILIARY June 8- The K of C Auxiliary will hold a banquet and installation of officers at the Whitehouse Restaurant, iG2O22Ford St., social hour from 6 to 7 Sister Reta Gleason, guest speaker. SENIOR CITIZENS June 8 - Senior citize.ns will meet for election of officers with business meeting to follow. Refreshments. MAPLE CITY OES June 8 - Maple Qty Chapter of the Order of the Eastern Star will meet Tuesday at 8 p. m. at the Masonic Temple. Refreshments. CITY GIRL SCOUTS June 8 - All flyups, juniors, cadettes and senior Girl Scouts will meet at Qty Hall to discuss plans for troop - camp. PICQUET GIRL SCOUTS . June 8 - Annual dinner meeting of the Picqiiet Girl Scout Neighborhood will be held at 6:30 p. m. at the Anchordown Restaurant. Reservations by contacting Gert Mchaffy, 393-1591. LADIE'S GOLF GROUP June 9 - The Ladie's Golf Association will meet at 7 p. m. at the Lodge for dinner. For reservations, call 393^0974 or 393-5558.. LEGION AUXILIARY June 9 - The American Legion Auxiliary will meet at 8 p. m. at the hall. Refreshments. HEUVELTON LOCKER Special home cured bacon 63c lb. 344-6272. A-H SANITATION SERVICE Septic tanks, cesspools, dry wells, drains, cleaned, installed, repaired. Home office, Call collect 1-287-3481 1-800-962- 8996. 24 hour answer & service. SIDING, roofing, combination windows & doors. Jack Smith, 393-4328. Free estimates. ANDREWS & SON'S TRUCKING Ogdensburg, New York. Reasonable Rates. Phone 393-6272. SECTIONAL SEWER SERVICE Specializing cleaning septic tank, 300 gal. tank, $20 - 500 gal $35.1000 gal. $50. 393-1254 - 393-^4188 PAINTING, HOUSE, CAMP Any type structure, interior, exterior by hour or contract. Reasonable 393-1603. ' PLUMBING, HEATING \Specializing trailer serv. Chimney & Fire place Bldg. & cleaning 393-6352. ROYAL NEIGHBORS June 9 - The Royal Neighbors will meet at 6:30 p. m. at the Belmont Courts Recreation Hall. Bring covered dish and wrapped gift. WOMEN'S REPUBLICAN CLUB June 9 - The Ogdensburg Women's Republican Club will hold a covered dish supper at the camp of Mrs. Frank Augsbury, Jr. Wednesday at 6:30 p. m. Please bring table service. PAST PRESIDENTS June 10 - The annual banquet of the Past President's dub of the American Legion Auxiliary of St. Lawrence County will be held at the Lakeside Hotel, Black Lake Road. Thursday at 7 p. m. There will be a choice of roast beef, open steaks or turkey; Reservations should be made with Mrs. Esther Denny, Heuvelton, on or before June 8. WOMEN OF WE MOOSE June 10- The Women of the Moose will meet at 8 p. in. at the hall. WOMEN OF THE MOOSE - June 13 - The Women of the Moose will meet at 4p. m. for installation of officers at the hall and at 6:30p. m. at the Lodge for annual banquet. Reservations by calling Mrs. Rita McGuire, 393-175a BROWNIE TROOP 292 June 19 - Troop will close year with cookout and flyup ceremony at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Goldberg. SCOUT DRIVE June 22- Girl Scout Troop 221 will hold an aluminum and paper drive June 12 Scouts will collect aluminum cans foil, trays, newspapers and magazines. HERE'S ONE WAY LONDON (AP) — The best way to reduce Britain's population growth is to expand women's educational and em- ployment opportunities, says a Labor party research report. \Once women can achieve satisfaction and status outside the home equally with men, many women who are tem- peramentally inclined to be childless will feel less pressure to have children,\ said the report. LEGAL NOTICE TAKE NOTICE, that OGDENSBURG TRUST COMPANY, 314 Ford Street, Ogdensburg, New York, (Henry J. LeBeau, Deputy) will sell at public sale June 22, 1971 at 3:45 P. M. at Collins Motor Sales, Inc., Ogdensburg, New York, one 1971Ford Pickup ModelF250S No. F25YCK41001, 8 cyl., retaken from Thomas L. Patterson, 1812 Ford Street, Ogdensburg, New York. OGDENSBURG TRUST GOMPANY OGDENSBURG, NEWYORK R. T. Freeman Assistant Secretary

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