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PLATTSBURGH PRESS-REPUBLICAN, PLATTSBURGH, N. Y.—SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1951 PAGE SEVEN REAL ESTATE FOR BALE—Business tflace at Honey- lftoofs Corners. Joseph Fretlette, Chasy. (P3-6) FOR SALE—Building known as Polar Bar on Lake Shore Roncl, suitable for I camp or small office building. In- cludes tables, chairs, gas stoves, toilet, soil pipe. Apply w. w. Finney and Sons. - (F3-6) FOR SALE—Attnictivo Tourist Cabins fully equipped with all year round dwelling situate on Lake Ohamplaln about five miles south of Plattsburgh. Owner selling because of ill health. Attractive price to Immediate- pur- chaser. Apply Morrison & Miller, Inc., 21 Clinton St. Phone 598. (Ja31-tf) FOR SALE—Briok dwelling on William St., price $6000. New Colonial home • a t west end of city, being sold for leas than replacement. Two family dwelling on Miller St. Price $6500. Apt. house on Oak St., showing fine income. Reasonable price. Apply Morrison & Miller, Inc., 21 Clinton St. Phone 506. (Ja31-tf) FOR SALE—Farm, 20 milch cows, 1 bull, farming tools. Fred Breyettc. Dan- nemora 2621. . (J30-F5) )OR SALE—2 new modern homes at 97 and 99 No. (Catherine St., hard- wood floors, plastered walls, fully in- sulated, automatic heat, fireplaces. Priced reasonably. Phone 745-M. (Ja9-tf) FOR SALE FOR SALE—1938 Ford coupe, excellent motor, private owner, asking $150. Phone 2454. (F3-6) FOR SALE—Set or heavy sleighs. Will trade for hay. H. T. Fuller, Peru. (F3) FOR SALE—1940 De Soto club coupe, excellent condition, radio and heater. Tel. 1185-R-2 after 5:00 P.M. (F3-9) FOR SALE—Apples, all varieties, 50c and up. Banker's Orchard. Tel. 84-J-l or 84-J-2. (F3-9) FOR SALE—1936 Plymouth, good con- dition. Inq. at O'Brien's, 35 Eliza- beth St. (F3-6) FOR SALE—Complete close-out of all 1950 wool 9x12 rugs. Just 15 left. As low as $39.95. This price is way below present costs. Visit our showrooms and see these bargains. Kenneth C. Wood, Beekmantown Road.- (F3-M3) 1 5R SALE—\ washing machines, 1 Norge, l orosley, excellent condition, reasonable, 1 portable record player, $9. 1 vacuum cleaner, $4. 1 gas hot water heater, colls. Copper tubing _• and stove pipe. Frank's Radio Shop, B 2 Maple St., downstairs, city. (F3-5) ; OR SALE—Brewer's Yeast Powder now In stock (Squlbb's best grade). Lar- kin Pharmacy, Plattsburgh. (F2-5) : 'OR SALE—Heifer, 21/2 years old, ready to freshen. Inq. Bill Rivers. iWest Beekmantown. (F2-5) ] we PU VQR SALE—Dogs and Pets, Boxers. Puppies, males AKC registered cham- pion breeding. Reasonable. James Stower, Willsboro. Tel. 2061. (Ja6-S-tf) FOR SALE—Or trade 1941 Lincoln club » coupe Mercury motor, high compres- sion heads, radio, heater, excellent condition. 1939 Chevrolet 2 door. 1936 Chevrolet sedan, 1936 Dodge coupe. 1937 Oldsmoblle sedan. 1936 Dodge pick-up. 1937 Ford club coupe. 1946 Ford motor, complete, perfect. 1941 Mercury convertible coupe, wrecked, will sell parts. 1940 Lincoln motor parts, cast iron heads. Will accept anything in trade. Inq. Ocorge Palmer, Schuyler Falls Cemetery Road, first right, third house. Phone Peru 177-F-12. (F2-5) FOR SALE—First class Canadian press- ed imy and bright dry straw. Deliv- ^ cry anywhere. Gerald \Tremblay 78 ^ Rugar St. Tel. 1133. (F2-20) FOR SALE—Aqua evening gown, size 9. Also pr. man's hockey skates size 9. Call 181 Oak St. (F2-5) FOR SALE—2 medium i^rcen 8 ft. 3 In. xlO ft. 0 in. Uvlugrootn nigs with Ozite puds. Magic Chef &\n mngo excellent condition. Tel. 1504 be- tween 8 and 12 noon. (F2-5) FOR SALE—Nurses: We now carry white nylon hose—both run-proof mesh and regular nylon. All first quality. Cloldman's, 75 Montcalm Ave. Open evenings \til 9:30. (Fl-9) £?OR SALE—1949 Chrysler Windsor Club Coupe, R & H, fluid drive, it's beau- tiful. 1948 Chrysler Jlew Yorker club coupe, R & H, fluid drive, low mile- age, color black. 1948 Hudson 6 se- dan, R &' H, overdrive, like new, priced very low. 1949 Plymouth se- dan fully equipped, color green, just as clean as new car. 1947 Ford sta- tion wagon,* 9 passenger, R & H, very nice condition. 1941 Dodge sedan fully equipped, clean as can be. 1938 Ford pick-up. good condition. 1939 Plymouth business coupe. 1939 De- Soto 6 sedan, R & H, good condi- tion. T. .T. Ryan Inc., corner Mar- garet and Broad Sta. Tel. 112. (Fl-3) ^DR SALE—1900 Ford pickup with rack. 3,000 mileage; price $1200. Ri- chard Roberto, Cooperville. (Fl-7) FOR SALE—1934 Master deluxe 4-door Chevrolet. Inq. Ellis Marshall, Sara- nac. Tel. Saranac 4371. <Fl-3) FOR SALE—Men's nationally advertis- ed satin surcoat style jackets. Heavy quilted lining filled with pure wool. Mouton collars. Green, brown, and gray colors. Nationally advertised at $19.95. Now only $15.95. Goldman's, 75 Montcalm Avenue. Open even- ings 'til 9:30- (Fl-9) FOR SALE—1948 Roadmaster Buick en- gine, 5,000 mileage, complete with accessories; also parts of 1939 Buick body and chassis. Inq. 18 West Eliz- abeth St. <Fl-3) FOR SALE— Mosley safe, size 3 ft. x 2 ft. x .22 In. Tel. 1169 or Inquire Dr. Sartwell's office, 14 Brlnkerhoff St. (Fl-3) FOR SALE—Chain saws. One man Mall, 3 1/2 h.p. cuts 20 in. Sec and .try at Broad welt's Farm Store, Mor- risonvHle. (Fl-3) FOR SALE—Girls. We still have some » beautiful all wool anklets with an- gora cuffs, for only 79c—regularly worth $1.19. Ooldman's. 75 Montcalm Ave. Open evenings 'til 9:30. (Fl-9) FOR SALE—International 125 h.p. Die- sel motor with outboard bearing and power take off. Sullivan Equipment Co., 13 Sallly Ave. Tel. 275. (Fl-7) FOR SALE—Ford Tractor with new mower and plows used one year, will take cattle in exchange. Call Chazy 2370. (Fl-3) FOR SALE—Overshoes, 4 or 5 buckles, I zippers, work And dress. All sizes. Bill-band and Goodrich makes. Gold- man's, 75-83 Montcalm Ave. Open evenings 'til 9:30. (Fl-9) FOR SALE—Ladles; We carry first- quality. Apex nylons, in all gauges u p t o 60'gauge, lace run proof, regu- lar and mesh, dark seams, black heels, frame heels, as well as regular style. Also out size and service weight ny- lons. Goldman's, 75 Montcalm Ave. Open evenings 'til 9;30. (Fl-9) FOR SALE—Special purchase of table model radios, all nationally adver- tised brands. From $14.95 up. Gold- man's, 75-83 Montcalm Ave. Open evenings 'til 9:30. (Fl-9) FOR SALE FOR SALE—Beautiful walls of Vlkon metal wall tile to complete that win- ter remodeling of your kitchen and bath. Install it yourself. Phone 2062 or visit our showrooms for a free es- timate of your needs- Kenneth C. Wood, Beekmantown Road. (P3-M3) FOR SALE—Milk cooler, De Laval milk- ing machine. Also hay, $30 per ton. Tel. 30-J-3. (F3-6) FOR SALE—Baby carriage $5; curtain stretcher $3; heavy duty Davis sew- ing machine $15; pot burner $18: gas stove $5; hot water tank $7; kitchen sink: padded leatherette office chairs. 65 Oak. (F3-9) FOR SALE—For that \inside job\ of winter remodeling see us for com- plete floor covering service. Felt base and inlaid linoleum, Llnotlle, Jaspe, Asphalt and Cork Tile. For a free estimate of your needs phone 2062 or visit our showroomB. Kenneth C. Wood, Beekmantown road. (F3-M3) FOR SALE—Young ladies-clothes, size 9, excellent condition. Tel. 2557. (J31-FC) FOR RENT FOR RENT—Room and board for col- lege students at 60 U.S. Ave. Tel. 1973. (F3-6) FOR RENT—2-rm. furn. apt., lights, gas and hot water. Tel. 1160-J or 57 So. Catherine. (F3-6) FOR RENT — Comfortable sleeping rooms, single or double. 65 Brlnker- hoff St. (F2-tf) FOR RENT—3-rm. apt., continuous hot water, 5 minutes from BFD Mill. Call 2767 or 54 Riley Ave., arter 8 P.M. (F2-5) FOR RENT—Room. Gentleman \re- ferred. 21 Couch St. (F2-8) FOR RENT—Heated single or double bedroom, 2 minute walk from Cham- plain College. 90 Johnson Ave. (F2-5) FOR RENT—2-rm. furn. warm pleas- ant apt., bath, hot water, private entrance, central, reasonable. Tel. 1645. (F2-5) FOR RENT — Nicely furn. sleeping rooms, near Cham plain College. Tel. 1249-W. (Fl-3) FOR RENT—2-rm. and bath unfurn. apt., private entrance. Inq. 126 Bridge St. (Fl-3) FOR RENT—Charlotte St., 2-rm. ground floor apt., furn. electricity, hot wa- ter. Inq. Tousignant, 65 Oak St. (J31-F6) FOR RENT—Board and room' ladles only. 181 Margaret St. Tel. 981-J. (Ja30-tf) FOR RENT—Heated store on Main St., Au Sable Forks, suitable for Barber Shop, Shoe Repair. Furniture or Ap- pliance. Call Au Sable Forks 104. (J30-F5) FOR RENT—A beautiful apt. for two quiet people. Heat, hot water, lights and everything furn., $55 per month. 18 D. S. Ave. (J29-F3) FOR RENT—Exceptionally nice apt., located Front St., Keesevllle. Phone 168-R for further information. Also suite two heated rooms and bath. <Ja25-tf) FOR RENT—4-rm. unfura. apt. at 118 Montcalm Ave.; 2 bedrooms; hot wa- ter. Call 62 Oak St <N27-tf) FOR RENT—Warm comfortable sleep- ing room. Inq. 98 Brlnkerhoff St. (J3-tf) FOR RENT—In Keesevllle. Tastefully furn. first floor apt. 3 rooms and bath, heat, lights, electric refriger- ator, screen porch. Mrs. Isabel Tho- mas. Tel. Keesevllle 141-L, (D9-tf) HELP WANTED—Mote WANTED—Experienced shoe man, ac- customed to high grade footwear, permanent position, excellent salary for right man. Call 2294 for appoint- ment. (J30-F3) HELP WANTED—Female WANTED-Attention housewives and mothers. You CJUI earn during con- venient hours, representing Avon Cosmetics in your neighborhood. For appointment in your home write Box C-49, c/o Press-Repub. (F2-5) WANTED WANTED—To buy, for cash, medium size house in good condition in or near village of Chazy. Write Box C-51, c/o Press-Repub., giving de- tails. (P3-9) WANTED—-Purchase Summer house or camp near lake, furn. or unfurn. Write C-47, c/o Press-Hcpub. (F3&10) WANTED—Small pot burner, suitable to heat 3 room trailer. Call 559-M-l- (P2-3) WANTED—4-rm. furn. or partly furn,. lieat and ltRht included, centrally located, reasonable. Call 839-U after 4 P.M. (Fl-7) WANTED—Logs, hard and soft wood. Am especially Interested in ash and white pine. B. W. Turner. Schuyler Palls. (DS-Mar.8) WANTED—Wo clean burners, pot burn- ers, furnaces and chimneys. We also repair them in or out of town, 24 hour service, all work guaranteed. Call 1038. Maurice Phaneuf. IJ31-M3) WANTED—All kinds live poultry. High- est New York market prices paid. Send trucks anywhere. S. Sax & Son, 204 Washington St., Troy, N. Y. Tel- ephones AshleV 2-4280 and 4-5252. (J17-F20) MISCELLANEOUS EROH'S REPAIR SHOP, scissors, cattle clippers, knives, keys, lock and safe repairs. 27 Cornelia St. Tel. 2B29-.J. {F2-Mr2) ELECTRICAL HOUSE WIRING—Fix- tures Installed, repairs, etc Reason- able rates, free estimates. Tel. Frank Foster 17G6, -(F2-8I THE JUANlTA CONVALESCENT HOME Room, board, laundry, for convales- cents, elderly people, semi-invalids, invalids, best or lood and care. For information call 1818-J. (J4-F4i ELECTRICAL HOUSE WIRING — Re- pairs, fixtures. Installed, etc. Louis Tosh, 114 Montcalm Ave. Tel. 2371-M. IF6-tf] WANTED—Any part of 1500 cords peel- ed pulped bass, any part of 2500 cords peeled Poplar, all cut 52 in. long for Excelsior. Also paying top prices for Spruce, Balsam and Hemlock, peeled or unpeeled, cut 4 ft. long. Contact Frank or Rufus Duley, Frank A. Du- ley, Irona.. Tel. 77-Y-2, Mooers. (J23-F5) WANTED—Llvo healthy horses for mink feed. Phone 80-F-4, Peru, sterling Mtnk Farm* Man. 18-t.f* WANTED—Oil burner heaters and kit- chen ranges cleaned and repaired. New wicks. Priced right. Call 1575-W-l. (J23-F23) WANTED — Alterations and repairing for men, women and children. Tel. 2873-J-l. Mrs. N. M. Brothers, 8 So. Piatt street. (J19-F19) WANTED—Live animals for fox and mink feed. Will also take Injured or sick animals if notified immediately. Tel. Chamnlalu »5 (F13-U) WANTED—Alterations on ladles suits, coats, dresses. Also men's and cRU- dren's. 22 Hamilton St. Ida M. James. (J19-F19I TRUCKING SERVICE BD0 8 and Wall to Wall Carpet by Blgelow, Mobawk and Lees. Beauti- ful oarpett. Expert Installation with Robert Smoothedgc. Ames Furniture Co., 20 Marlon St. Phone 416 for an estimate. (J4-F3) FOR BALI—Pnonograph records, popu- lar and we»»rn», 10 for 11.75. Paul Oorron, Beekmantown Corners. Tel. 6.Wrf. (IMO-JyS) FOB SALE — Freezer wrappings and S ntalners. Finch Pruyn Co., Inc., iOat St.. Flattabumh. (Jan. 31-tn FOB BALE—Oreen Mountain potatoes, 11 bu. Kathadln potatoes, $1.25 bu. \Btra.nr more aetlwtd - Walter-stat- WANTED—Loads to Boston. Providence, R.I.. vicinity or en route. Wilfred Bushey, Moving & Storage. Tel. 1172. (F2-8) PIANO TUNING and repairing upright and grand pianos. Ray Preavy, 53 Main Mill St. Tel. 1B16-.T. IJ5-F5I CARROLL W. WOOD GARAGE—Gen- eral automobile repairing. Electric and acetylene welding, radiator re- pairing and farm machinery, Beek- mantown Rd. Tel. 335-M. (Jll-Flll For prompt battery and tire road ser- vice call Nash Super Service. Phone 1111. (Jal2-tf) Frequent car washing a necessity dur- ing winter. Good job done at Nash Super Service. Phone 1111. (Jal2-tf) YARNS—Columbia, Penguin, Botany, Bear Brand. Bag bottoms, handles. Make your own Paris model sweater. Directions at Montcalm Yarn Shop, next to Coudo's Pharmacy. (J8-F6) SWEDISH MASSAGE — Steam baths. Hours 1 t o 5 P.M. Evening appoint- ments. Phone 1870-J. 25 Clinton St. (D27-tf) WEDDING aSNOUNCEMENTS — We print them on short notice. Geddcs Print Shop, 137 Oak St. Tel. 1885. ELECTRICAL SONTRACTOR — House wiring. Fixtures sold and Installed. 24 hour service. Free estimates. Wil- liam R. Haley, Plattsburgh. Tel. 1328-J. (J4-F5) LEARN BEAUTY CULTURE—Palmer Method Beauty School, 772 state St., Schenectady. - Classes forming. Free booklet. Loiglng available. (J18-tf) YOUR SAVINGS are insured up to SIO.OOO. Start an account today. Your money will earn you a liberal dividend. Champlaln Valley Federal Savings and Loen Association, 22 Brlnkerhoff St. (Jan. 3-tf) TODAY'S RADIO WKAV—SATURIlAY 0:00, Serenade; 6:30, News: G:;i5. Ser- enade; 7:00, News; 7:10. Mualcal Clock; 7:30. Eddy Arnold: 7:45. News; 7;55. Sports; 8.00, Martin A^ronsky; H;15. Musical Clui-k; «:-15, Ni-ws; 3-f>5, One I'll Never Forget; 9.00, No School To- day; 11-00, City RerreiUUm Group; 11:15, Home Bureau; 11:30, Vetera u Program; 11;45, In terse holns tic Leattue. 12:00. Chuck Wilson; 12:05. Melodies.; 12:20, Livestock Quotations; 12:25, News: 12:30, News; 12:43, Time Out: 1:00. Bettv and Jesters; 1:15, FSTO Workshop: 1:30, 101 Ranch Boys; 2.00. Metropolitan Opera; 5:00. Tea and Crumpets; 5:45, TBA; 5:55, Church Loyalty Program 0:00. News: 6;05, Sports: 6:10, Varie- ties: 6:30, News; 6:45, Dinner Tunes; 7:00, Harry Wismer; 7:15, WEAV Birth- day Program; 7:45. Buzz Adlum; 8:00, Shoot the Moon; 8:30, Marry Go Round; 9;00, What Makes You Tick: 9:30, Cel- ebrity Salute; 10:00, Saturday nt Sham- rock, 10:30, Dixieland Jambake: 11:00, News; 11:15, Dance Orchcs.; 11:30, Sign off. ALLEY OOP What's Up, Oscar? By V. T. HAMLIN FOR RENT—Floor sanders; paint spray- er; cement mixer; floor polishers; vacuum cleaners; extension ladders; | radios; washing machines. Tcuslg- nanfs, 65 Oak. (J3-F3) LOST AND FOUND LOST—Pair of dark shell rim glasses. Finder please call 2799-W. (F3-5) LOST—White prayer book In St. Peter'? Church Sunday. Book was left in first pew on the left hand side of church. Finder \please call 871-W or leave at 3 rainier St. (F2-10) LOST—A black Cocker Spaniel with red harness named \Penny.\ Finder please call 2812. (F2-5) BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES An opportunity to go into business for yourself with small investment, as- sured large returns. Operate a large Super Service Station in a thriving community. Major Oil Company. Write Box C-35, c/o Press-Repub. (J30-F5) NOTICE TO BIDDERS Scaled bids are requested for the transportation of approximately 4 pupils of School District No. 7 of the Town of Plattsburgh, N. Y., beginning Feb- ruary 14 and extending through June 30, 1951. The following is the route to be covered: starting at the Neven resi- dence on the turnpike and thence along the said turnpike, picking up the Additional pupils along this route and conveying said pupils to the several schools of the City of Plattsburgh. To- tal mileage Is estimated at 26 miles per day. A satisfactory medical examina- tion will be required of the driver be- fore approval of contract. Form of proposal, copy of proposed contract and envelopes in which to en- close bid may be obtained from Frank E. Rascoe, Trustee, Route One, Platts- burgh. N. Y., on request. Sealed bids on the forms and In the envelopes provided for this purpose are t o be in the hands of Frank E. Ras- coe, Trustee, Route One, Plattsburgh, N. Y., not later than 12 o'clock, noon, Saturday, February 10, 1951. Said bids will be opened at Mr. Rascoe's resi- dence at Route One, Plattsburgh, N. Y., at 2 P.M., February 10th. The trustee hereby reserves the right to reject any or* all bids. • Frank E. Rascoe. Trustee School District No. 7 Town of Plattsburgh. N. Y. (F3&7) NUFItKMK COVKT COUNTY OF CLINTON CITY 0> 'FLATTSBUItUII. Plaintiff —against— ^LI-RITE SCHOOL OF AVIATION, INC. Defendant TO THE AHOVK NAMED nPFWinvT- YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED to answer the complaint in this action and to serve a copy of ydur answer, or, if the complaint is not served with this summons, tot serve a notice of ap- pearance, on the plaintiff's attorney within twenty days after the service of this summons, exclusive of the day of service. In case of your failure to ap- pear or answer, Judgment will be taken against you by default for the relief demanded In the complaint. Plaintiff resides In Clinton County. Trial to be held In County of Clinton. Dated: January 6th, 1951. ALLEN M. LIGHT. Attorney for the Plaintiff Office and P. O. Address 105 Margaret Street Plattsburgh, New York To: Fll-Rltc School of Aviation— The foregoing summons is served upon you by publication, pursuant to an order of the Hon. Sherlock E. Haley, Clinton County Judge, dated the 2nd day of February, 1951 and filed with the complaint in the office of the Clerk of the County of Clinton at Platts- burgh, New York. • Dated; January 6th, 1951 ALLEN M. LIGHT. Attorney for the Plaintiff Office and P. O. Address 105 Margaret Street Plattsburgh, New York (F3,10,17.24,M3,10) SUNDAY 8;00, News; 8:15, Songs; 8:30. Let There Be Music: 8:45, Foreign Repor- ter; 9:00. Cross Opera Album; 10:00. Message of Israel; 10:30, Negro College Choir: 11:00, Presbyterian Service. 12;00, Music America Loves: 12:15. News; 12;30, Piano Playhouse: 1:00, Sammv Kave Serenade: 1 :.\)0. National Vespers; 2.00. Hour of Decision; 2:30, Hour of Faith; 3:00, Week Around World; 3:30, Lutheran Layman's League; 4-00, Revival Hour; 5:00, Music You Want; 5:30, Greatest Story Evor Told, 6-00, Drew Pearson; 6:15, News: 630, Mack Family Hour: 7.00, Proudly We Hall: 7:30, Runyon Theater: 8:00. Stop the Music; 9;00. Walter Winchell; 9;15, Louulla Parsons; 9:30, Familiar Music; 10:00. GInny Slnims: 10:15. Paul Har- vey: 10 •:«). George Sokolbky; 10:45, Harry Wismer- 11:00. News; 11:15. Thoughts in Passing; II;30. Sign oil. WIRY—SATURUAY 6:30. Alarm Clock Club; 6:50. News; 7-00. Swap Shop; 7.30. Morning Band- stand; 7:40, Sports; 7:45, News; 8:00, Alarm Clock Club; 8:45. News; 9:00, Market Basket; 9:10, Treasury Program; 9:15, Navy Star Time; 9;30, 4-11 Club Quiz; 10:00, Tops in Pops; 10:30, Dan- nemora Daillrs; 11:00, U. S. Marine Band; 11:30. Tex Tracy. 12:00, Man on the Farm; 12:30. News: 12:50. Noon Tunes; 1:15, Stars on Par- ade; 1 ;30, Broadway Parade; 2:00. Sym- phonies for Youth: 3;00, President Truman: 3:30, Dunn on Discs: 4:00. News; 4-15, Sports Parade; 4:30, To llv: Races; 4:45, Hoffman Quintet; 5:00. Man on the Farm; 5:30, Challenge of the Yukon. 6;00, News; 6:10, Sports News; 6:15, Dinner Music; 6:30, News; 6:45, Dinner Music; 7:00, Here's to Veterans: 7; 15, The Sportsman; 7:30, Comedy of Errors; 7:55, Cecil Brown: 8:00, Twenty Ques- tions; 8:30. Hawaii Calls: 9:30, Lom- bardoland, U.S.A.; 10:00, Chicago The- ater; 11:00. News: 11:15. Melody Time; 11:55, News; 12:00. News. SUNDAY 8:00. Charioteers; 8:15. News, tf;30, Serenade; 9:15, Sacred Heart; 9; 30, Dixie Four; 9:45. News; 10:00. Radio Bible Class; 10:30. Concert Master; 11:00. Back to God; 11:30, Reviewing Stand. 12:00, Guest Star; 12:15, News: 12:30. Treasure Chest; 12:45, Frank & Ernest; 1:00. Alexander's Mediation Board; 1:30, Lutheran Hour; 2;00. True or False: 2:30, Bill Cunningham; 2:45. Errand of Mercy; 3;00, Challenge of the Yukon; 3:30, Guy Lombardo Show: 4:00, Under Arrest; 4:30, Martin Kane: 5:00, The Shadow: 5;30, True Detective. 6:00, Roy Rogers; 6:30. Nick Carter; 7:00. Affairs of Peter Salem; 7:30. Ju- venile Jury: 8:00, Singing Marshall: 8:30, Enchanted Hour; 9:00, Opera Concert: 9:30, Gabriel Heatter; 9:45, TBA; 10:00, Oklahoma Symphony; 11:0u, News; 11:15, Dance Orchestra; 11:55, News; 12:00, Sign off. BLONDIE Registered U. S. Paten t Office One fo r the Book! -1 n M M M i mjjLUin ijjxujuiijf ii mill' By CHIC YOUNG RED RYDER By HARMAN Horse races of one kind or an - other have been held in Liverpool, England, for more than 400 years. mr***0+p* In - Sure In - Schorr's In - SHranee Service Insurance • Real Estate Tel. 1745 The area of the Pacific Ocean is about 21 times the size of the con- tinental United States. SEWING DRAPERIES and ALTERATIONS i Plione 2576 K No. Catherin e . 01 Mrs. Philip McLoodl Protection Ave., cor. Marios - Plattsburgh :: (M-w-s-tf > USED CARS 1947 Dodge 4-door 1940 Oldsmobile 2-door 1940 Ford 2-door 1938 Ford 2-door 1938 Ford 4-door Trucks 1948 Ford Vi-T Express 1946 Ford Vi-T Express 1946 International Pack- age Delivery 1941 Ford %-T Express 1940 Ford Vi-T Panel Cumberland Motor Sales 320 Cornelia St. Phone 926 (F3&5> The Rio de la Plat a is th e estu- ary formed by the Parana an d Urugua y Rivers. OFFICE FOR RENT Desirable Office Space of 4 rooms on second floor of K.ofC. Building facing Brinkerhoff street. Phone 551-J between 11:30 A.M. & 1:30 P.M. for particulars Lead is one of the oldest of met- als. Egyptians used it 5,000 years ago, and there are numerous refer- ences to it In the Old Testament. TRUCKING—Do It now! Call P. A. Anderson It son. Trucking, 88 Mont- calm A\e. Tel. 1587. Rubbish, asbes, moving Jobs. Reasonable rates. De- pendable service. (Jn8-tf) MISCELLANEOUS REWEAVINO & MEND1NO SERVICE— Call 2388-R or leave garments at Vangc's, 64 Margaret St. (P3-M3) MUSIC INSTRUCTION—Piano, organ, voice, by radio concert coach accom- panist. For interview write Box C-50, c/o Press-Repub. (P3-7) HAMS, BACON, CURED and smoked. Tuesday and Thursday, 8 A.M. to 1 P.M., Sat. 1 t o 4 P.M. Eroh's, Cady- vllle. Tel. Plattsburgh 83-J-2. (F2-Mr8) PAINT AND PAPER Inside now. First clan work, reasonable rates. E. stark. Tel. M«. IJ30.W CALL 416 for RUGS - CARPETS Venetian Blinds Glamorags Ostermoor Mattress —•— Ames Furniture Co. 20 Marion St. BUDGET TERMS (J3-.31-M.W.B) AUCTION To settle the estate of the late Myron F. McPherson in the village of Ellcnburg Center, 3 miles southwest from Ellenburg Central School Wednesday, February 7 at 12:00 Noon Large quantity carpente r tools in excellent condition including electric saw and case, saw an d miter box, boring machine , electric ban d saw. pinch bar and pipe cutter, set bolt cutters, hand bench grinder, 3 tool chests full of saws, hammers, chisels, large level an d plumb, other hand tools, 110 lbs. assorted size nails, quantity cherry boards, etc. Taxidermy set, rakes, sickles, rope ladders, mut.il bnx of fishing tackle, fish basket., pack basket. oMier fishing equipment, 300 Savage ritlo. German gun and .shell,, 22 Winchester pum p gun, ad boxes assented size shells, pine ;'.im rnl-inrl. v New f) eu II. (ItbMiii iTfri^cialur, pressure roo.krr. fuo'l chop- per, iur;il s;uv. muster. |-.>u:-, iiiinnhlv ni':;r< ligneous knclir;iwarc ami utensils, tableaiul 4 rlnurs. several polled plants, complete set, ol dishes with 22K gold trim, service for 12; Fyrex dishes, glassware and other dishes, library table, wool blankets, cow- hide robe, sleeping bag. camp cot, pr. snow shoes, cam p stove, other camping equipment, Kodak and case, lawn mower, step ladder, extension lader, Banly hens, cnumiity other articles too numerous to mention TERMS: CASH E. A. McPHERSON, Administrator WILBERN M. RIGSBEE, West Chazy, Auctioneer IF3&UI DISPERSAL SALE Originally Scheduled for Saturday, Feb. 3rd. at 1:00 P.M. POSTPONED until Tues., Feb. 6 At the farm of Gerald Dumont on the West Hill Road, four miles west of Ellenburg Center, four and one-half miles southeast of Chateaugay. The entire dairy of 36 cattle, six of these are strictly fresh. Fifteen will be fresh by the time of sale or withi n a month, three are bred for Fall. Eight yearling heffers, one l'U year - old bull, one heifer calf. One pair of black horses. This is an exceptionally ROOII producing; dairy of Holslcin rows. IlKASON FOR SELLING: I have contracted a. two-year-old wood contract and eiuinot give sufficient lime lo both. TERMS: CASH GERALD DUMONT, Owner TOMMY RYAN, Auctioneer IF3&5I m JVelcomo JVagon Hostess JVill Knock on Your Door with Gift* & Greetings from Friendly Business Neighbors and Your \ Civio and Social JVelfara Leaders On the occasion of Arrivals of Newcomers to Plattsburgh Phone 2826 (It* tail »r MIlaHtt) 'J* WOULD YOU? GALL YOUR DOCTOR TO CATCH A ROBBER IN YOUR HOUSE? Of course you wouldn't - You would call the Police Department, Specialists in Law and Order. WHEN SELLING OR BUYING PROPERTY — —CALL ON A SPECIALIST IN REAL ESTATE — YOUR LICENSED REAL ESTATE BROKER He is licensed as a specialist by the State Depqrt- ment of New York. He knows real estate values in the community and is trained to guide you in the sale or purchase of the property in which your money is at stake. BE SURE BE SAFE CALL A LICENSED REAL ESTATE BROKER CLINTON COUNT Y REAL ESTAT E BOAR D Wilbur A. Carpenter, Telephone 1203 Plattsburgh, N. Y. H. D. Grant Insurance Agency, Tel. 487 Plattsburgh, N. Y. F. A. LaBombard Ins. Agency, Tel. 1792 Plattsburgh, N. Y. Morrison <fe Miller, Inc., Telephone 596 Plattsburgh, N. Y. W. A. Robinson, Telephone 196 Plattsburgh, N. Y. Th e Ryan Agency\ Telephone 179 Rouses Point, N. Y. Gerald Sweejt, Telephone 2132 Chazy, N. Y. H. A. Thomas , Telephone 1222 Plattsburgh, N. Y. Traynor Ins . Agency, Telephone 1218 Plattsburgh, N. Y. (J27-M17-Sal) LOGS WANTED Picked up at your yoodiot or trucking point: Pine $35 WHITE ASH - Log run cut 5 ft. 2 inches, 9 inches' tip diameter. $75.00 a thousand feet We will pay you $15.00 more a thousand feet if delivered to Lacolle. We are also interested in other hard wood logs. — PAID IN U. S. FUNDS — Lacolle is 30 miles from Plattsburgh on Route 9-A For information phone or write to our office to- day. A. BLAIN, Lumber Dealer Lacolle, Quebec, Canada Phone 910 U27-W&Stf l ac Classified Advertising Rates No. of Words Up to 15 16 to 20 21 to 25 26 to 30, 31 to 35 36 to 40 41 to 45 46 to 50 51 to 55 56 to 60 61 to 65 66 to 70 71 to 75 76 to 80 81 to 85 ,86 to 90 Lines 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 Classified Columns 1 Day $ .50 .65 .75 .90 1.05 1.20 1.35 1.50 1.65 1.80 • 1.95 2.10 2.50 2.90 3.25 3.75 3 Days $1.00 1.20 1.50 1.80 2.10 2.40 2.80 3.00 3.30 3.60 3.90 4.20 4.65 5.10 5.60 6.00 Closed Dally at 4:00 P.M. 6 Days $1.80 2.20 2.80 3.40 4.00 4.60 5.40 5.80 6.40 7.00 7.60 8.00 8.20 8.80 9.40 10.60 H J

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