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' -PLUS- Low down payments Low monthly payments 35,'pr .more miles to the gallon Designed in Detroit, bujlt in \ England > U. S. standard measurements. No special {tools required to service, or j replace, parts. , Serviced all over the U. S. A. by Authorized Ford Products Dealers. High resale value. We have customers waiting for used English built Fords. N> • >i The World's Renowned *'* °1959 ENGLISH BUILT FORD ,N O W AT lX ,n 9° ,n — Mercury,— Edsel — Contineritar— English :pbfd; t m 9 —Albany- ••'>{*•:.. . Gansevoort Chapter, DAR Mrs Borden H. Mills, regent, Gansevoort Chapter, D.A.R., and Mrs. Edwin W. Hopkins, official delegate, and the Misses Mary Op- pfnfeto aid Elizabeth Mashburn of the Junior committee, are repre- senting the D.A.R. at the 63rd New York State conference at Binghamton, Oct. 1-3. The al- ternates are Mrs. G. Stanley Van Wormer, Mrs. G. Victor Mea and Mrs. Constance Loucks. Mrs. Mills attended a reception Sept. 30 at the Arlington hotel, honoring Mrs. Ashmead White of Maine, who is a candidate for president general, one of the national tickets to be voted upon at the 68th Continental Congress in Washington next April, «and for Mrs. Harold Erb, past N. Y. State regent, who is running for vice- president on the same ticket. Mrs. Mills also atended the 64th anniversary of Saratoga Chapter. A guided tour of Walworth Museum was a featured part of the program. Members who attended the N. Y. State Constitution Day program at Old Museum Village, Monroe, N. Y., were Mesdames Van Worm- er, Howard Nicks, Katherine Co- wen and Miss Alyda Miller. Mrs. George Klump represented Fort Crailo Chapter. Many, insurance companies re- port that blind persons are as good safety risks as sighted people, ac- cording to the American Founda- tion for the Blind. THE ENTERPRISE, ALg^jliia^T.til. V.; FRIDAY; PCTOffER 3, 1958 K it crx <.:>, • GRANGE MEETING SATURDAY Clarksville Grange willviin.ee* 'Sat- urday, Oct. 4, at 8 p.rn^^f^ gram, under the direction 'oIlMrs Leo Appleby, lecturer, will;^^ tered on \School Days.\ , ,Qnjl$f e a- ture will be a talk by a lo$il school bus driver on \A Day in the^Lifetime. of a School Bus Driver.\ ., CLAM PIE, CHICKEN SUPPER OCTOBER 17 VS Annual clam pie and 'thicken supper will be served laHfSjarks- ville Community church on/Friday Oct. 17, from 5 p. m. on. If reser- vations are desired, call PQnlar 8-2222 or POplar 8-2325., . . * PTA TO MEET OCT. 8 The Clarksville PTA will open its' 1958-59 season with a covered dish supper at the school Wednesday, Oct. 8, at 6:30. Mrs. Elwood Van- derbilt, chairman of grade mothers, is in charge of arrangements. . The new teachers will be' intro- duced and after the supper parents 1 may meet their child's teacher in the classrooms and discuss,the work being done and for the year.- The annual membership dues will be taken at the door. Every parent is urged to attend. The new-officers are Mr. and Mrs. Earl Vvester- vild, co-presidents; first and'second vice-presidents, Mrs. Harold Slinger- land, Mrs. George Coleman; secre* tary,' Leonard W. Braddock, -and treasurer, Mrs. Albert UdelL There will be a round and square dance Nov. 7, from 8 to 12 at the Clarksville school, sponsored by the Onesquethaw Volunteer Fire company. Bill Chattin will be the' caller. Mr. and Mrs. William Zeh have been on a trip to Oswego. They lived there when they were married 50 years ago. Mr. and Mrs. Cary Stott cele-, brated their 50th wedding-anniver- sary last week. Mr. Stott has improved at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. Dino Pogni,cele- brated their 25th wedding, anni- versary at the Coach' House; Mon-' day evening. Those helping to celebrate were: Mr: and Mrs. Frank Snyder, Mr., and Mrs. Charles Rosso, Mr. and Mrs,./Irvin Houck, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Houck, Mr. and Mrs. John Stabler, and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Flans- burgh. Mrs. Fred R. Pedersen formerly Ruth Lounsbury is in Albany ^hos- pital at this writing. ..,. v., October 6, Monday, is opening day for the pharmacy loG.tated ; ',in the former George Schmidt: hoine. World's only garment-type Infant- Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mdsrab Sqat for Safe, propping on sofa, bed, and Mr. and Mrs. Luttiei- high-chair, crib, stroller or auto, and daughter Kathy, of NewjSi Designedly a mother -- approved were Sunday dinner guestsvgi by doctors.. •' and Mrs. Charles WeMirapPEi Order oijfe- for your baby now. Hampton Manor. '\•'d$$$ l ? . • Makes -ideal'shower .or-Xmas gift, j David Jacob Irwin, infariMs|§||pf; \\ * Mr. and Mrs. Jacob IrwM'%wasj baptized Sunday Sept. 21^ifu3ng; the morning worship.,. ,Mrsl^Iiw5n is the former MaEge^llHo^^;- ; M Mr. and Mrs. Ba^e^BSBa^MlmB family of Bought corners werfef|p cent dinner guests of Mr. andilypLf Edward McNab. . . • ;fIft : L^ i ^ : ^ ' • * »A--ft. BABY B SAFE! WITH NEW PROP-A-TOT INFANT-SEAT Eliminates tying baby with dish towel REFORMED CHURCH . 10 a. tn. Sunday schjoo}. 11 a. m. Church Service. Holy Communion will be observed. Ladies* Aid' meeting in the h,all 0 n Wednesday.\ Choir. rehearsals at the usual * The Sunday School Union had a display at the Community Fair at Berne Tuesday evening. Young people who attended the rally Sunday afternoon and eve- ning were Miss Luella Quay, Miss Shirley Dexter, Miss Barbara Dex- ter! and Miss Pat Gaige. Miss Er- nestine Hjltsley took the girls to the Bellevue Reformed church in Schenectady. Miss Alberta Gibbs will show slides on Africa next Sunday at the Sunday school hour. This win be her last visit to the church and Sunday school, as she is returning, to Africa in the near future. The first annual hymn sing of the Sunday School Union will be held Sunday evening, Oct. 5, in the Beaverdam Reformed church, at West Berne, at 7:30 o'clock. Ev- eryone welcome. On Oct. 11 the \Musical Ca- pers\ will be presented in Gallup- vUle. Rally Day was observed Sept. 28 at the hour of church service. Quite a number were present. FIRE AUXILIARY MEETS The Knox Fire company Ladies' Auxiliary met Sept 24 at the home of Leslie Brower, honorary member. Miss Brower, chairman of the con- stitution committee, reviewed the constitution. Some changes were made, accepted and approved. A quorum, consisting Of the majority of active members present, will be required in the future to transact business. New constitutions will be made and given to all members. The auxiliary welcomed Mrs. Elsie Deatsand Mrs. Ruth Jones as mem- bers.- MrSi Pauline Jones, president, presented a gift from the auxiliary to Mrs. Ernilie Tinimerman, who is moving to Guilderland Center, in hoppr of her loyal service with the organization. ' Pollyannas were re- vealed and a new club started. A nominating committee was appointed to select a slate of officers for the coming year. Election will be held at the next meeting Wednesday, Oct. 22, at 8 p. m in the firehouse. Refreshments were served to the 18 members and a guest by the hostess, assisted by Edith Hunting. Mrs. Mc Clintock, who is spend- ing some time with Miss Brower, gave an interesting talk on her re- bent-travels in Yugoslavia, Pairs and ithe^ world's fair at Brussels, and iMr. and Mrs. Donald Lowrie enter- tained wiui'slides and narrations of Pfelr tour through Greece, Switzer- liuid and Russia. Legal Notices THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK By The Grace of God Free And Independent To Harold J. O'Keeffe, as executor of the last Will and testament of George P. Kammersell,\ deed.; Joseph A. Hu- bert, as executor of the last will and testament of George F. Kammersell, deo'd.; Joseph A. Hubert; Helen K. Hubert; Hon. Louis J. Lefkowttz, at- torney general for the People of the Sta,te of New York; John Doe, Mary Doe, Richard Roe and Mary Roe, whose names are fictitious, their true narnes and post office addresses being unknown to petitioners and cannot be ascertain- ed after diligent search and inquiry by your petitioners and who are intended to represent the distributees of said George F. Kammersell, if any there be living, and If any are dead, his or her executors, administrators, distributees, legatees and devisees and all persons and corporatiqns who by purchase, in- heritance or otherwise have or claim to have any interest in the matter of the probate of the Last Will and Testa- ment and codicil thereto of George F. Kammersell, late of the Town of Col- onic, N. Y. deceased,,^derived through the said distributees, or any of them, if any there be, and whose true names and post office addresses are unknown to your petitioners and cannot be as- certained after diligent search and in- quiry by your petitioners, and also all persons and corporations, who or which are, or make any claim whatsoever, as executor or administrator of any per- son who may be deceased, and who, if living would have any interest in the matter of the probate of the last will and testament and codicil thereto of George F. Kammersell, deceased, de- rived through, in or of to the above named, or their distributees, devisees and legatees and which persons or cor- porations, if any there be and who are, may or might be entitled to notice of the offering of said last will and testa- ment and codicil thereto of George F. Kammersell, deceased, by your peti- tioners herein for probate and .whow names and their post offlee addresses are unknown to petitioners and cannot be ascertained after diligent search and inquiry by your petitioners. The'(no widow) distributees, heirs at law and next of kin of George F., Kam- mersell, late of the County of Albany, deceased, and the persons named as executors, testamentary trustee, guar-, dlan, and each person named as execu- tors, testamentary trustee, guardian or beneficiary in any other will of said testator filed in this office, SEND GJRF 1 TOTING * WHEREAS, Harold J. O'Keeffe of the'Town of Luzerne, Warren Co., N. Y., and Joseph A. Hubert, of the Town of Colonie, County of Albany, and State of New York have made applica- tion to our Surrogate's Court of the County of Albany to have a certain instrument in writing, bearing date the 10th day of December, 1957 relating to real and personal estate, duly proved as the ' Last Will and Testament of George F. Kammersell, late of the Town of Colonie, Albany County, N. Y„ deceased, and a certain instrument in writing, bearing date the 1st day Of July, 1958, relating ,to real and personal estate, duly , proved as a codicil to Said last will and testament. THEREFORE, you and each of you, are hereby oited to show cause before our said Surrogate in the County of Albany, at the Surrogate's Court of said County, held in the County Court House in the City of Albany on the 22nd day of October, 1958, at ten o'clock in the forenoon of that day, why the in- struments offered herein should not be admitted to probate as and for the Last Will and Testament and Codicil thereto of said deceased. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, We have caused the Seal of the Surrogate's Court of the saidT County of Albany to be hereunto affixed. (L. S.) WITNESS, HON. HAROLD E. KOREMAN, Surrogate of our said County, at the City of Albany, on the 12th day of September in the year of our Lord, one thousand nine hundred and fifty-eight.\ PETER F. CUNNINGHAM, Clerk of the Surrogate's Court. Harold J. O'Keeffe, Attorney for Peti- tioners, Office & P. O. Address, 61 Columbia St., Albany 7, N. Y. (Sept. 19-Oct. 10) ^rt»^a. jus? has been sworn to oy me tloned parties. lq| . s RKV S JSO| |OS M St., Albany, N. Y. _£ fc ^£i_^l±__— WALTER J. JULV Plaintiff, aylnd ?, R LE ANDO DAN?EL• ^NTANDREA, BENJAMIN &NTANDREA, Vflfc TER J? TULL, Defendants. NOTICE OF SALE In pursuance of a judgment of fore- King\ date the 8th day o.August, bearing aate i»e <\••• —'. \_- fer » e in 1958, I, the undersigned, the reieree in said judgment named, will sell at .puu \° «S?l?»..5t \IS ri/cTy of A° Ber ne SencLpnly - $2.00 Cash CheckvM, O., C. O. D . Yellow, pink, blue, white • VANO RiFG. CO. Box 404 GRAND FORKS, NO. DAKOTA LUTHERAN CHURCH Rev. Russell B. Greene, pastor. Sunday, October 5th: 9:30 a. m. Sunday school. 10:30 a. nx Morning worship. Holy communion will be observed. Remember the chicken supper in the church hall Saturday evening, Oct. 4. Menu: Chicken, biscuit and gravy, mashed potatoes, candied sweet potatoes, green beans, cole slaw, jelly, pickles, rolls, pie, tea and coffee. m COMMUNITY NOTES W i YOU WANT DEPENDABLE INSURANCE WRITTEN BY STRONG, NATIONALLY- KNOWN. COMPANIES FRANKLIN SHULTES -- East Berne 131; RO 5-2119 Hogan's Towne House FINEST IN STEAKS, CHOPS and SEAFOOD ' VISIT OUE NEW COCKTAIL LOUNGE — Featuring m John Emory At the Organ SCHENECTADY, N. tM nmimiimtagg Yoo can still get the benefit of attractive seasonal prices by ordering Sterling now. To be sure always specify .. f!BTi>wef.''' i ?i -weri'^Vas : a good 'aBendfeicfe, \With' ; the -president, IMrsii '\Krancis Jones, presiding. Af- ;llr thfe business meeting Mrs. H. ?P McOintock gave an interesting talk on her trip to Europe this jsummer, then Mr. and Mrs. Louric showed pictures of their trip to \Europe. F The pictures were in col- or and very beautiful. Miss Brow- er and Miss Edith Hunting served jefresfimehts. 1 Mrs Cora Ostrander went to the hospital Monday afternoon for ob- servation. Mrs H. C. McClintock of Bronx- vule was a guest of Miss Lesley Brower the past week. « \Mr and. Mrs: Timmerman, who have resided in Knox for the last few years, are moving to Guilder- land Center. We will greatly miss ithem, but hope they will like their new home. Mr. arid Mrs. Harry Gibbs and iMrv and Mrs. Clyde Ball, who were oh a trip through Pennsylvania, In- idiaha and Michigan, spent Sunday, (Sept. 21, with our former pastor %na ; his wife, Rev. and Mrs. Nor- JiiiSan Vander Hart. They attended ^church Sunday, morning and then ;had dinner with Rev. VanderHart's iMpthex* \aiidr-sister. They reported ^viiig a wonderful time. ifiTJhe- annual Community Fair Sponsored by the Berne-Knox fscjibol, was held at the school on ^Tuesday evening. Quite a large cjpwd attended the event. ;^ Mrs. Pauline Quay and Millard $uay called on Mrs. Quay's fa- rther, William Sand, at the Nash ||est : 'Home, Sunday afternoon. .§8$pMr.-and Mrs. Frank Erwin of ist» pltJamorit -were Sunday aiftemoon 'gujests' of Mrs. Erwin's brother and isis'ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Stanton Mute. > ;,;Mr. and Mrs. Ernest B. Quay jjipf EMnnsville road were callers of 'IVfri and Mrs. Millard Quay on Sat- iurdayi ,; >Mrs.' Julia Smith and daughter ;jvjabel, and' Mrs. George I. Zeh l^erit.Monday on a trip to New 'Jersey *to visit Mrs, £eh's sister. 'iJjiSr. -and Mrs. Millard Quay and prsl Bertha'Cook were in Schenec- ifady on Friday. • , u. Mf/COAL \«..MW \CHEMI-C0ATED\ ANTHRAC^ Tel, 89-5^Ir \t\ •'•/'\' • ..*• , LUMBER-COAL* BUILDING SUPPLIES POULTRY^DAIRYFEED SUPER X FEEDS ALTAMONT, N.Y. mi, :.'K' UNion 1-^543 5-H Riders Meet The 5-H - Riders. 4-H club held It business meeting Sept. 27 at the ^taniorii Fairgrounds. Officers ?w\ere elected for next year. Ron f/fcjber-'&aS elected -president; Peg i$rig\env<ralter vice president; wjiicy Kfldll, recording secretary; and Sandy Carlson, treasurer. $fi|Ws reporters are to be appointed i# tiv& next;, meet 1 — ~-* -' '.'.The Trail Ride 'gave their reports airman, Nancy Knoll. 'Plans are being made for some of the; members to take part in wk Achievement Night entertain- fpht on Oct. 20. The library of tile American ! #ouiidation for .the Blihd, New toifcihaB iftiore than 20,000 books, pamphlets and manuscripts- dealing Sidiisr&ly;, vvath.,: {he subject of 'bliridrtess'fdr the use of students, ^fjsfe'aftd others interested in the %i)hject, SHERIFF'S SALE REFORMED CHURCH Sunday, October 5th: 9:30 a. m. Holy communion will be observed. Rev. Cornelius Dyk- heuizen will bring the message. The women of the church will serve the annual ham and clam pie supper Saturday evening, Oct. 11, be- ginning at 5:30 in the new dining room. i Members of the Missionary society will attend a conference at Roxbury Oct. 7 beginning at 10 a. m. A $1 luncheon will be served. Those who can furnish transportation or others who desire transportation, kindly notify Mrs. Fred N. Deitz. The Ladies' .Misaqnary .society, •will meet with the Misses ''Fldren^e' and.Euretha Shultes on Wednesday, Oct. 8. Mrs. Donald Synder will give a book report. ATTEND PTA CONFERENCE The Albany District Fall Confer- ence of the New York State Con- gress of Parents and Teachers was held Friday, Sept, 26, in Public school 24, Albany. Attending from the Berne-Knox unit were Mrs. Asa Smith, Mrs. James CMalley, Mrs. Ray Betts, Mrs. H. Jones, Mrs. John Stapleton and Mrs. Grover Cleveland. / A 20,000 membership goal was stressed i at the conference for this district. As a responsible citizen of your community you do belong in in the PTA. You are invited to join at the next meeting Monday, Oct. 20, in the Berne-Knox Central school, COMMUNITY NOTES The United Lutheran Church Wo men \Day Group\ will meet Oct. 9 instead of Oct. 2, with Mrs. Rus> sell Greene. Please note change of date. - Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Shultes >!p Sr., entertained at dinner Sunday evening in their horne: Mr. and Mrs, Ralph Scrafford and sons, Allan and Billy, Mr. : and Mrs. Robert Shultes and Mrs.\ and Mrs. Kenneth Wagner.; The occasion was the wedding anrii-' versary of the Wagners. Mrs. Milton Hart, Sr., is spending a week with the Class family in Westfield, N. J. ! Mr. and Mrs. Randall Daring of Schenectady and Mr. and Mrs. How- ard Conklin of Altamont were Sun- day callers at the Earl Williamson home. Mr. and Mrs. Leo LeBuis anfl children, Charis, Donnie and Dennie, Barbara Bunzey, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Shultes and children, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond H. Shultes, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Snyderj Mr. and Mrs. Milton Hart, Jr., and daughters, Susan and Connie, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bassler and Mr. and Mrs. Den- nis Bdomhower spent the week end at Camp Fowler. Mr. and Mrs. William Flagler are the parents of a daughter, Bonnie Ruth, born Sunday morning,. Sept: 28. Mother and daughter are iri Albany hospital and expected home in a few days. Clyde L. Ball attended a meeting of the Mutual Insurance association in Albany on Tuesday. Mrs.' Jesse Sholtes spent last Sat- urday with Mr. and Mrs. John Riley at Clarksville. Tommy Eriksen of Long Island has been spending a few days with his mother, Mrs. Carl Eriksen. Mr/ and Mrs. Clyde L. Ball did Mrs. Jesse Sholtes called on Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brate at Guilderland Center Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Wegener and children, Harvey, Jr., and Lee,' and Pete Eriksen ;rif Long Island spent the week end with Mrs. Carl Eriksen and daughter, Ida. • ^Herbert-Marshall, noted .stage, .TV and radio personality, did the narration for tw6 half-hour radio 1 shows ,no^.bjefag distributed by the .American Foundation for the Blind. as a public service. By virtue of an execution Issued out of the County Court, .Albany County, at the suit of Edith Kahlart against the, goods, chattels, lands and tene- ments of Joseph • M. Tansey, I, the undersigned, Sheriff of Albany County, have' seized all' the right, title and interest which the said Joseph M. Tan- sey had oh the 2nd day of July, 1958, or subsequent thereto, of, in and to the following described premises which I shall expose for sale at public auction as the law directs at the site of the property, which is Daytona Avenue off of Western Avenue, in the City of Al- bany, New York, on the 13th day of November, 1958, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, at the Albany County Court House, Albany, New York, to wit: All that tract or parcel of land situ- ated in the City and County of Albany and State of New York, being lot numbered two hundred forty-nine (249) as shown on a map of building lots known as Boulevard Terrace surveyed by Herschel Roberts, C. R, dated August 1914 and filed in the Albany County Clerk's Office, Map 309, Closet 2 and Drawer 45, to which reference may be had for a more particular de- scription, said lot containing by esti- mation four thousand eight hundred 00/800 (4,800) square feet be the same more or le^s. Being the same premises conveyed by Sylvester D. Rich and Mae Hanna Rich to Joseph M. Tansey, the deed being recorded in the Albany County Clerk's Office on October i4, 1326, in Book 787, Page 73. Dated: September 26, 1958. PATRICK M. CASEY, Sheriff of Albany County. By: Leland Ryan, Under Sheriff. Elias Moubar, Attorney for Plaintiff, Office arid P. O. Address, 545 Broad- way, Albany, N. Y. (Sept. 26-Nov. 7) County Courthouse in th e City -- - hanv County of A bany and State oi New' York on the 14th day of October, U68 at 10 o'clock in the forenoong that day the premises described therein •S-iKai >ot or parcel of land lo- cated on the southerly side of Iroy- Shaker Road in the Town of Colonic, County of Albany, State of New Yonc, more particularly bounded and described aS 4°eginn 3 lng at a point in the wuther- iy side of said Troy-Shaker Road Three Hundred Eight (308) feet easterly (measured along said road) om»i intersection with the division fine be- tween the lands of one Burger and the lands conveyed by Nellie HLadu and others to Edward Lewis Little and Charles Frederick Little by deed dated Novembeer 4, 1926, and which said point of beginning is twenty (20) feet easterly from the northwesterly corner of a parcel of land described in a deed from Charles Frederick Little and wife to Edward Lewis Little dated April 8. 1929. and recorded in the Albany County Clerk's Office, April 12, 1929, in Book 813 of Deeds at page 279; and running .from said point of beginning southerly and parallel with the westerly boundary of the last mentioned parcel (and dis- tant twenty (20) feet easterly there- from) a distance of One Hundred Fifty (ISO) feet to a point which is twenty (20) feet easterly f«om the south- easterly corner of a lot of land con- veyed by Charles Frederick Little and wife to Robert Little by deed dated May 23, 1942; thence in an easterly direction a distance of One Hundred Ten (110) feet; more or less, to a point In the easterly boundary of a certain parcel of land conveyed by Ruth O. Collins to the said Charles Frederick Little by deed dated March 30, 1946 and recorded in the Albany County Clerk's Office April 1, 1946, in Book 1003 of Deeds at page 160; thence in a northerly direction alon'g said easter- ly .boundary a distance of One Hundred Fifty (150) feet to the southerly side of Troy-Shaker Road; and thence in a westerly direction along said road a distance of One Hundred Thirty-Four (134) feet to the place of beginning. \Being a lot out of the northeasterly corner of said parcel of land conveyed by Ruth O. Collins to Charles Fred- erick Little by deed dated March 30, 1946.\ The abbve described premises will be sold subject to all of the covenants, conditions, restrictions and easements in the chain of title and subject to any and all liens which are prior to the mortgage foreclosed in this action. Dated: August 25, 1958. JOHN PENNOCK, Referee. Louis Lombardi, Attorney for Plaintiff, Office and P. O. Address, 34 Jay Street, Schenectady 5, N. Y. (Aug. 29-Oct. 3) NEW YORK By The Grace of God Free And Independent To Henry Kathmann, Schnelten Post Lastrop, Kreis Cloppenburg in Olden- burg, Germany, British Zone; Joseph Kathmann, Calhoun Post Essen (23) iri Oldenburg, Germany, British Zone; August Kathmann, Bevern, Post Esse.n in Oldenburg, British Zone, Germany; Maria Niemann,' Bethen, Post Cloppen- burg (23) in Oldenburg, Germany, British Zone; Elizabeth Thole, Addrup, Post Essen in Oldenburg, Germany, British Zone; Agnes Arlinghaus, Felde- Post Essen in Oldenburg, Germany, British Zone; Anton Helmes, Calhoun Post Essen (23) in Oldenburg, Ger- many, British Zone; Louis Helmed, Calhoun Post Essen (23) in Oldenburg, Germany, British Zone; heirs at law and next of kin of FRANK H. HELMES, late of the County of Al- bany, deceased, and the person named as executor, testamentary trustee, guardian, and each person named as executor, testamentary trustee, guardian or beneficiary in any other will of said testator filed in this office, SEND GREETING: I WHEREAS, Kathryn Lasch Foy of the City of Albany in the County 6f Albany, has made application to ' our Surrogate's Court of the County ' of Albany to <have a certain instrument in writing, bearing date the 11th day 61 March, 1?57, relating to real and per- sonal estate, duly proved as the Bast Will and Testament of Frank H. Helfnes, . late of City of Albany, de?; ceased. THEREFORE, .you and eacH> of you', are hereby cited! tp show cause' before our said' Surrogate in the County' of Albany, at the' Surrogate's' Court, of, said County,' held in the County' Court' House in the Gity of Albany op the' 21st day of October, 1958, at ten o'clock, in the forenoon of that day, why the; instrument offered, herein should not be! admitted to probate as and for the Last,' Will arid Testament of said deceased. ) IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, We* have caused the Seal of the Surrogate's' Court of. the said County of Albany,, to be hereunto affixed. (L. S.) WITNESS, HON. HAROLD E. KOREMAN, Surrogate of our said County, at the City of Albany, on the 15th day of September, In the year of our Lord, one thousand nine hundred and fifty-eight. PETER F. CUNNINGHAM, , Clerk of the Surrogate's Court. De Graff, Foy, Conway and Hplt- Harris, Attorneys, 90 State Street, Albany, N. Y. (Sept. 19-Oct. 10) SHERIFF'S SALE By virtue of an execution issued out 6t the County Court, Albany County, at the suit of WARD G. ACKERMAN INC.. against-, the goods, chattels, lantfs. vS : •an'li ;4f fenemeht#\6t Sebastian J. BleiiS*; dell, I, the undersigned, Sheriff of Al- bany County, have seized all the right, title and interest which the Said Sebas* tian J. Blendell hap on the 12th day of August, 1958, or subsequent thereto, of, in and to the following described premises which I shall expose for sale at public auction as the law directs at the site of the property at the end of Arcadia Street, McKownville, Albany County, New York, on the 12th day of November, 1958, at 10:00 o'clock in the forenoon,, at the Albany County Court House, Albany, New York, to wit: ALL that tract or parcel of land sttuate in the . Town of Guilderland, County of Albany and State of New York, being Lots Numbered 850, 851, 852, 853, 854, 855 and also Lots Num- bered. 676, 677, 678, 679, 680, 681, 682, 683, 752, 753, 754, 755 and 756 on a Map or Plan of Three Hills Terrace, dated April 1, 1912, made by A. L. Eliot, Civil Engineer, and filed in the office of the Albany County Clerk as Map 279, Closet 2, Drawer 41 and more particularly described on said recorded plan to which reference is hereby made. ' Being the same premises conveyed to Sebastian J. Blendell by Mary Blendell by' deed dated January 28, 1931 and recorded in the Albany County Clerk'R Office oh March 14, 1947 in Book of Deeds 1056 at page 195. Dated: September 26, 1958 PATRICK M. CASEY _ T , sh 5 ri « o f Albany County. „ , B y - Letend Ryan, Under Sheriff Frank J, Williams, Jr., Attorney for Plaintiff 90 State Street, Albany 7 New York.. ^Se Pt . 26-Nov. 7) PUBLIC HEARING J*%- Zoni ? g ~ BoBtd o f Appeals of the. Town, of Guilderland will hold a public- hearing, on Friday, October 17, at 8:00 p. m. in the Town Hall Wijlow: „St.„ Guilderland; NY The case of George Ross will be heard, for the purpose of a side- yard'-variance of 1% feet to build a ^£1: ,2?l e J 5ropert y is Seated at NOTICE OF FORMATION OF LIMITED PARTNERSHIP SCHUSTER & CO.—Notice is hereby given that the persons herein named have formed a limited partnership for the transaction of business in New. York State and elsewhere, and Have filed a certificate in the Albany County Clerk's Office, the substance' of which is as •follows: The name of the partnership shall be Schuster & Co. I The character of the business shall be the wholesale and retail sale of lumber and allied • building materials, and the sale of' hardware and other miscellaneous goods Commonly sold in hardware stores. The lbcation of the principal place of business shall be in the Town bf Col- onie, County of Albany, State of New York, arid \known as No. 120 Everett Ro\ad; WeM Albahy; -New' York. The general partner shall be John C. Schuster, ^residing at No. 11 Gregory Lane, XiobddnviUe,\. 'New York;, the limite'o' partner shall be G. Brio Qster- berg, residing at No. 8 Gregory Lane, 'Loudonvllle, New York. The term fpr which the partnership is to exist is from Septehiber 1, 1958, until terminated in ac'cdrcla'nce with the provisions of said certificate. The amount of cash contributed by the limited partner is Two Thousand Dol- lars, and no other jproperty, Is to Do contributed, and no addlflqnal con- tribution has been Agreed'to be rriade. The contribution' oT: the\ limited part- rie? is to be rM1itxi0; upon affisdlutltfri . the partnerships The Urhited partner is to receive as 13 Van Wie Terrace. FRED R. CUBIT, Zoning Officer. (Oct. 3) SUPREME COURT COUNTY ALBANY THE MECHANICS AND riDMr^ \SAVINGS BANK OF AL S C&tt' 0 ' a S ai \st mCHARD N p* te^' V0fi R NG, H £ c,i n ur P e Ur S nC s e a,e° f dW^ntd VT above entitled action and «„, '\ the the. office of the Clerk of th 0 te A ed l n of Albany on the 23rd dav nf <w unty ber, 1958, I, the undersUrn.5 S ^ p J em - in said judgment named win J, ere ? public auction at the E «l e 1L \P 8( trance of the Albanv rv, b ' reet En- House in the'cifv 1„5 &?»£ Court bany/ State\ of Ne y w a York CO, i nt> ;,. of *>•' day of November, MHufr 1% h 5 «» in the forenoon nf ' ,t„. 1 ' 3 , 0 ° cl °ck forenoon of »hnf\ /I- . premises directed by »M J\' th <> be^soid and therefr SSra^V of^nd ^\S^&^i. ? r Parcel ments thereon erectm? .u d '\Wover Kill Homes, Property of W»i bi,7 J jis # Corporation, Town of <v£L\i ' E? aI $ County, New York i.,„j°5 le ' Albany 1065; ma^Vc T da M a 1o J A nua 7 $ Kenneth J.iltole. Ls »iL. A880eia t<* fled in the Albany CountJ 5.i W ?P VHB 6t personal property Zv £„ nd u art Mes attached, to, or used in °o n „ 0 l,h ereaft er the premises, includ mr M? e i n H n w \h; ^U^torfirrin^Si^ Whale = .\•V\

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