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TURN A NEW PAGE IN YOUR LIFE BY OWNING YOUR OWN HOME — SEE TODAY ’ S OFFERS TBV JOUfeNAL-NEWS, NYAGK, N. Y., MONDAY, S.EPTEM6ER 30, 1940 l NOTICES CLOSING TIME ron CtrtUsiFIED ADS 9:30 A. M. KINDLY CO-OPEHATE dt PHONING BEFORE THAT HOUR PUBLIC NOTICES, FOR LOANS Consult Nysck B»nk *nd Trust Co. PIANO TUNING, ropnirinf. H. Os- wau-d Jr., formerly with t. Muehl- tulfSrn. Phone Suffern 170. UPHOLSTMHINU, newest Hue of mate rials; estimates given. N. MMhssn, II Park Street. Phone Nyack ICO TOU. WIUU UNJOY as real luanry our custom upholstery work. Jose BIlMt Co., phone Nyack 120«. ____ T 7 ’ AUTOMOBILES l \^AUTOMOBILES for sale -All cars priced down to sell, and sold with a written guarantee. Kino selec ­ tion to choose from. I^ow down pay ­ ment. Kasy terms. CENTRAL MOTOR CO. Mercury, Ford. Llnroln-Zephyr ' Turn at Ford Sign on Houle 69, v Central Aven.ua Spring Valley Opyn Evenings. Sundays Phone 675 BUSINESS SERVICE _ CESSPOOL CLEANING ROCKLAND CESSPOOL SERVICE. Sanitary cleaning; 24 hojir service, cellars pumped. Orangeburg, N, Y. Phone Plermont 6 • ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS BAIJRS ELECTRIC CO. '• Electrical Contracting and Repairing 85 North Broadway. Nyack ‘ JEWELERS EXPERT WATCH and Clock Repair ­ ing. all work guaranteed. . Obi Gold bofighL Wolf Mark, 112 Main, Nyack. MATTRESSES a INNER SPRING M ATf REHHEH re ­ made with new centers, 65 up. Re-up- bolstering; sllp-com*. Kst. 20 years References. H. F. Godwin, Motisey Phona Spring VftITey H5-F23. PAINTING - PAPERHANGING FIRST CLASS WORK of all kinds' Moderate prices. Fred DeBevere. painter, derornto^. Phone Nyack 1177 PAINTING. Paperhanging, Decorating Estimates furnished; tea*onnblo rate* Roy Wanamaker, phone Nyack 80. PLUMBING CONTRACTORS R. H. .IOHN«t+N. phone Congers 676 “ Plumbing, hefttlng, gas. oil burrfftt*. stokers, electric pumps Installed. RADIO' — REFRIGERATION REPAIRS, parts ror radius, refrigera ­ tors, washing machines. 118 Main Street, Nyack. Phone Nyack 293. VACUUM CLEANERS C. R. JONES. Jr., Inc. • r ~~ —FINEST SELECTION OK O K. USED CARS y IN ROCKLAND COUNT! the big lot West Nyack Phone Nyack 410 1938 Ford Tudor, reconditioned. .. .*345 ■ 1997 Ford Convertible Coupe. ........ 350 1989 Chevrolet 1S7* Chassis, dual wheels, new motor ............... 476 Shankey Motor Co. IT Broadway. Haveretraw Phone 655 ' NYACK BUICK CO., INC. USED CABS lit Mam Street Phone Nyack 8160 U B. MORGAN, INC. ^ FORD DEALER Middletown Road Pearl River USED CARS ' OAKBABRANTS GARAGE. Sparktll Phone Plermont 819 or . Nyack 669 FRAHN MOTORS 'DODGE — PLYMOUTH DEALERS f-W and High Avenue, Nyack Phone 654 FAULKNER MOTOR COni\. Ford Agency — Used Cl Used Car Ixtt, Route 59. \Ve>r Nyack ------- L , ..... .......... ......................... -rr* 1989 Chevrolet Deluxe l>wn Sedan 1989 Studebaker Comnxutder Sedan 198T Chrysler Airflow Sedan NYACK FACJiAnD AUTO CORP. 160 Main Btu*t. Nyack Phone 2288 WOMEN (3J Christmas as representatives of la* chain organisation, spare t 23* North Broadway, Nya WE PAY YOU $6 fo^elllng utlful assorted printed Chrlstni^Uards sell $1 — your profit 50< ’ . Krv* samples. Thomas Doran Co.,^2M4F, While Plains, N. Y. FEMALE for light housework Valley, no children, sleep in good home for right party. Write stating age and salary to Jour- nel-News Box 272. EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES 3MMERCIAL CARS CHEVROLET ton chassis and pwft.ct condition, |140 down. ---------- ULL CLIEVKOLKT. INC. USED CAR 1A)T PKARI. RIVER 19 East Central Avenue Phone 410 ’ ’ TSUSiNtSs SERVICE ^ “ ^AUTO BODY WORKS AUto Body and Fender Repairing ROCKLAND T>UCO CO. •uffprn Placa Phbne Suffern 117-W AUTO REPAIIRS : JEWRY PRIOR, 166 Main Street. Ny- . aek. Carburetor and electrical en- 'gtneer; easy starting guaranteed. looking for — result* C lassified I nformation ..... .. ....... .. .... _ r . aSd numerals as words. \ Abbreviations not permitted. - - Minimum charge threo lines. RATKA FOK TRANSIENT A1»S Insertion UM , .. Ona day . ........................ 10.14 • • Tkrea consecutive day*. ................ 10 Six consecutive days,,** ......... .06 1, t AND « DAY RATES Cl( AKGK-9 8 Lines ....... I0.4S 10.90 |L44 4 Lilies .................... 36 120 182 v « Lines ................... 70 .1.50 3.40 6 Lines ..... .14 L*> 2.11 I PREPAID (Cash With Copy) ; : 5 Linos .-...I... 10.39'. 10.81 »1.26 .4 Lines . ....................53 1.08 1.68 * Snea ......... 44 115 M0 ft ...Ytvt. .71 143 3.5t (Coklrarl Rates Uppa Request) WWta apace charged for at the regu ­ lar, rate: 1ft lines to the Inch. All adJ are edited, accepted and ar- : ------ * according to The Jounvsl-News rde of clasalfication; undesirable ip'will not be accepted. Key numbers are assigned classified advqrtiaere fur their protection and Identification: replies will not be de ­ livered without presentation of Identi ­ fication card or ad voucher. 'MMlB Intermittent Insertions at one time rata Charge will be made for actual Insertions although original order may be for longer period. Refunds made -VSJBT ‘ but one incorrect Insertion. ~Notlce> to discontinue an ad must be v ilvSi After ft a. m. and before 5 p. m ^ aome member of the Classified Ad iieinR Department. Canoellatloiu by telephone should be confirm- writing otherwise The Journal- Till not be responsible for error* will be accepted by telepkoae aeeoaats frosi compaalet sad with established credit, paid i ittbserlbers sad those listed Nat Koehlaad » Rdw \orh Telephoae Com t« readered. ■ambers are dtreet 'oaraal-News otace la f you Uva U» Pearl River. Nanust. r City or vicinity j*ou can phone > to The Journal-News omce In without paying toll charges b> u Jiva In Suffern, Spring Valley v or vicinity you can phone dl The Jourhal-Newa o/Rce In b) live, in Havemraw, Garner point-or vicinity, you ca» iClly to The Journal-New. Nyack without paying toi \ fJWverewaw 4900 *. ‘ ; Ny»ck Rockland Vacuum Co. DISTRIBUTORS FOR HOOVER LEADING TANK CLEANERS PARTS. REPAIRS, ALL MAKES ANYWHERE IN COUNTY 74 North Broadway, Nyack Phone 1909 EMPLOYMENT HELP WANTED FEMALE WANT HOUSEKEEPER, mlddlenged preferred, for motherless home, two children ; New City. Write Journal- News Box 270. MERCHANDISE FOR SALE ARTICLES for SALE METAL LATHE, used, good condition. completely equipped, very reasonable. Phone Nyack l- , 35. MINK (56), with cages;.sacrifice; no reasonable offer refused. 7 Columbus Avenue, Spring Valley. Phone 249. PHILCO AUTO RADIOS, 119.75 and up. Sales and Service* Pearl . River Cycle Shop, opposite school. Phono Pearl River 978. , ... 1 PLUMBING, heating supplies; boilers, radiators, .sinks,, valves. Westwood Supply, 571 Broadway, Westwood. RABBIT. HUTCHES (7). triple derlt. nil wire. William Schmidt, Edge- brook Farm. New CUy. SUPERFEX HEATER, excellent mn-T dfllnn. for home or of flop. Nyack Typewriter Exchange, 78 Hurd Street | BOATS AND ACCESSORIES JOHNSON, Kvlnrude, El to outboard motPrs, authorised 'dealer. C ’ sod mo ­ tors; trade-ins, repairs. W. B. Her- gnth. Plermont Garage. Plermont 73 MOTORS, new nr..i used, all makes ami all sizes; also magneto repairs. Flas ; knmp. 7316 Houlkvnnl. North Bergen. N. ,1. Phone Union 7-8271. ’ AMIN CRUISER, 26-foot, completely equipped, trial run; , |3fD: Phono Spring Valley 507 -J. COAL - WOOD - FUEL OIL Wooilyard. ' Nm FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCTS Something On Your Mind? An extra iota, an old tennii racket, a vacant lot, an unwanted butineis — thing* Ilka thoie can keep your dreamt from belftg tweet. Rest eaiier and ileep in peace by offering the thing* you don't need for tale through a Classified Ad in uJljp inurnal-Npuifi Phone the number nearest your exchange: Nyack 2200 Nanuet 804 Spring Valley 1212 Haventraw 4000/ Ask for An Ad-Taktfr ! MERCHANDIS E TOP SOIL - M cintosh apples from soc to >u ’ per bushel; lh» jxuind sack potatoei large, |1.05; No. 2's. SOe; 50-pmin sack * onions, 65c. Borcher s Fru Farm, Union Road. . Phone Sprln Valley 539-R. LONG ISLAND POTATOES NEW KKNDKLL APPL^ M cintosh applkj ALL OTHER J.EADING^YARIETIE: PURE AI ’ PLK^ GORDON C(»NKI.IX FRUIT FARM ROUTE 305, POMONA. N. Y. | MANURE. $4; i yard loads. I ’ ow- K «. 100 pounds. 61. 'r, phone Spring Valley 619-W. SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE WOMAN, mlddleaged, wants house ­ work by dav, week or mouth. Phone Nyack 1327-W. SITUATIONS WANTED COUPLE, mlddleaged, wish position on estate as caretakers. Woman regular-, ly employed during day. Man capable of overseeing repairs- and buildings. Write P. O. Box 66, Spring V alley. INSTRUCTION MUSIC-DANCING-DRAMATICS MARGUERITE K. WOODRUFF. B.A.. M.A., teacher of violin, piano, cello, guitar, mandolin; piano for kinder ­ garten children a specialty. Phone Plermont 9S-U or write Westwood. PRIVATE INSTRUCTION In piam and voice. Charles Barnett. Heste Street. Plermont, phone 304-W. LIVE STOCK POULTRY POULTRY-BABY CHICKS PULLETS (150), LEGHORNS, ready to lay. B. Keldel, New City, N. Y MERCHANDISE FOR SALE ARTICLES FOR SALE ATLAS BENCH LATHES. Drlvi Woodworking Machines, Lufkin tool: Time payments. Trade In your old machinery, motors, tools, Cent Machloery Exchange. 186 Paterson Street. Paterson. Armory 4-3J27 Open evening* BOOKS AND BOOKCASE; set of an ­ tique Victorian furniture. Write Jour ­ nal-News Box 273. BOWLING TEAMS OUTFITTED, shoes, ahlrta. Pearl River Sport Shop. 7 Central Avenue. Pearl River. ELECTRIC motoi* pumps, pulleys, belt*, new, used; oil burners, controls, blowers, exhaust fans. General Equip ­ ment Co., 83 South Hrpadway. Nyack G. K. AIR CONDITIONING Gaa Fur- nace, no reasonable offer refused. Rockland .Refrigeration, opposite Rockland TheateV, Nyack. GRASS SEEDS, Ferlllliers Jor Fall lawn , planting. Bellow ’ s Feed Slore. DePew Avenue.. Phone Nyack 590. NEW AND USED FURNITURE Dally arrivals of floor 'samples, re ­ possessed. odd lots, and surplus stocks from leading factories and department stores.-:Also hundreds of suite*--and odd\ pieces from Wnre- hnusea priced for storage charges. Our tremendous wnrhouse Is filled to capacity and warrants the atten ­ tion of all ’ BARGAIN HUNTERS.\ YOU SAVE MONEY AT THE 335 Broadway 335 Furniture Exchange 335 Broadway. Westwood. N. J. Rhone Westwood 51 . Free Delivery Open every night except Wednesday BEDROOM SUITE. Xntlmvnod. seven pieces, twin beds, mattresses, springs, good condition; reasonable. Phone Congeis fill. NEVER something for nothing Hut ALWAYS n real bargain PEARL RIVER FURNITURE CO. Opposite PostoCHce, Pearl River SPECIAL — 679.95 Hotpolnt Washers — < 689.96. Limited quantities. BETTER BUY AT BERGEN FOR A BETTER BUY Bergen Appliance Distributors, Inc. Center Avenue, Westwood, phone 2222 7 South Dean Street. Englewood Phone Englewood 3-2222 Both Stores Open Evenings STEIN WAY Grand Plano; 1926 edi ­ tion Encyclopedia Hritnnnlca In cab ­ inet. The Fairway, phone Plermont 72. Unforseen Circumstances Must sell our complete home of furniture for which 1 paid 1850 less than a year ago. Just pay off the balance of $147.50 Furniture in Storage May Be •Seep at t^ie Warehouse 215 Westwood Ave. Westwood, N. Ask for Itroohs Furniture PHONE WESTWOOD 28 Wh.u You Think i‘( Kuriiliu: THINK OF- BARON'S 158 Main Street Nyn« SEEDS - PLANTS - FLOWERS EVERGREENS for September plant- lug. 80 kinds, large, small. Rockland Nurserie* Blauvelt. Plermont 660-W. BOOMS, large, comfortable. House, 117 South Broadwn Nyack 1159-W. STUDIO, large, modern, front, river view, heated, lighted: adults. 138 Plermont Avenue. Phone Nyack 810-R. REAL ESTATE FOR RENT APARTMENTS UNFURNISHED APARTMENT, five rooms ................ 625 DWELLING, idx rooms ................ ..$30 DWELLING, six rooms .................... 635 WRIGHT BROS. 94 Main Street (over Woolworth ’ s) Phono Nyack 1910. APARTMENT, five rooms, all Improve ­ ments, eunporch; garage. Phone Nyack 218. APARTMENT for October 1. three rooms, bath. G. E. air conditioned, heat and hot water supplied. Phone Nyack- 1726. REAL ESTATE FOR RENT APARTMENTS - UNFURNISHED APARTMENT, five rooms and bath. 16 High Avenue, Nyack. Inquire V. Arkerman, 124 North Broadway, Ny ­ ack. Phone Nyack 1367. REDUCED RENTALS HAVEN MANOR APTS. FOR IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY menti', modern kitchen-dinette, tiled bath and shower, newly decorated, residential and accessible, river view. Steam heat, hot water and superin ­ tendent service furnished; electric refigeratlon. RENTS 630 TO 655 1 HAVEN COURT ... NYACK PHONE NYACK 2257 \ PARTMKNT. fotir rooms and bath. Krlgidalre, heat, hot water, electricity supplied: references required. ’ Phone Nyack 1665. APARTMENT, four rooms; hi HOUSES UNFURNISHED HOUSE, seven rooms, bath, garage ; good location on South Broadway; freshly painted Inside. Apply Mrs. Phillip* 67 Third Avenue. Nyack. HOUSE, six rooms, hot water heat, oak floor*, sunporch, fireplace; re ­ duced rental. '5^9 Route 9-W, Grand HOUSE,' five rooms, bath, garage Nicholls. Hmerest Avenue. Spring Val ­ ley. Phone Spring Valley 687-Rorl415 HOUSE, five- rooms and jhath. newly decorated. Improvements; rent rea ­ sonable. Dan Wakely, Harrison Ave- HOUSE, five rooms, all Improvements, porches, garage, fireplace; refrigera ­ tor. Bed. Hose Inn, 9-W, Upper Nyack HOUSE, five rooms, sunporch, all im ­ provements. good condition. 53 Ridge Avenue Phone Spring Valley 1166. HOUSE, six rooms ami bath, oil burn ­ er. two-oar garage, largo plot and garden. 640. Dr. A. C. Goebel, phone New City 4P0. APARTMENT, three ro Klyslan Avenue. Nyacl ns; h^tt, iirtilsAl. APARTMENT, four rooms and bath, with Improvements. Phone Stony Point 635. HOUSE, five room*, bath, fireplace, garage; New City Park. Berntsen Bros., phone New City 2129 after 7. HOUSE, nine rooms, suitable for couple*. 640; hot water, gas; r bus. Phone Nanuet 2235. GARAGES FOR RENT GARAGES FOR,RENT, private. 63 to 65 month. Clyde Post Garage, 17-27 North Franklin Street, - * Nyack. APARTMENT, two rooms, nllimpr meuts; garage. 76 Fairvlew Ave Spring Valley. Phone 22-M. APARTMENT, three rooms, bath, beat, hot water supplied*, 53 Elysian Ave ­ nue. Nyack. Phone Nyack 613. APARTMENT, four rooms, bath. gai; T age. 216 North Midland Avenue. Nyack. .FtdgJ' heat, hot water siibplied: laire. Phone Nyack 1966 & Mf>u. APARTMENT, nil improvements, fur- nished or unfurnished, heat supplied, central. 35 Fourth Avenue', Nyack. APARTMENTS, three, four, five rooms, all Improvements, some with heat fur ­ nished. 625. |30. 935. 6(0. H. J. Mc- Glnley, phone Nyack 553. APARTMENT, four rooms, bath, all newly decorated; heat and hot water furnished: gdrage, 645. Rinehart. . Pacific Street, Nanuet. APARTMENTS, five rooms, bath, heat ami water furnished, private entrance, garage. Phone Nyack ?8-M. APARTMENT, three rooms, bath, in Orangeburg. 614. Karl Klrchner. Tappan. v BUSINESS PLACES FOR RENT LARGE ROOM, next to bua terminal. Main Street, Spring Valley, formerly billiard parlor for ten year#. Ralph A. Geffen, phone Nyack 70. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE HOUSES FOR SALE ' • ' L ---------------------------- BUNGALOW, white stucco. Just com ­ pleted, all modern improvements, gas fired air conditioning heating system, five rooms, bath and side terrace, conveniently located to New York buses and Railroad. Can l*e had on easy terms. John Fornl. Middletown Hoad, Nanuet. Phona Nanuet 300. COLONIAL HOUSE, six rooms, bath, all improvements; open fireplace, open side porch, two tar garage, ploi 75x155. Bui gain at 60.500. 14 l^ewis Avenue. Pearl River. FOR SALE OR RENT HOUSES, six. rooms, |40; seven rooms. 635; for salr— six-room house, 62.800 - Prfyik R. Zw ahlyn,, Nanuet. BUNGALOW. South Nyack, five rooms, bath. Improvements, fireplace, screens, storm windows. ■ porch, garage, sell cheap; rent $36. Phone Nanuet 2266. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE COR SALE OR RENT FOR. A ALE OR RENT — Commercial biiildlng. Church Street. Spring Val ­ ley. ■ Approximately 8.750 square feet, especially good as -auto body .and fender , repair shop; also suitable as garage, warehouse, or factory. Inquire for terms of your local agent or The Home Building and Iioan Association 3 North Main Street. Spring Valley. Phone Spring Valley 878. NEW BUNGALOW, four and one-half large rooms, full attic, space for two cars in basement; rental $45. Dr. A. C. Goebel. Phone New City 490. ^ LEGAL NOTICE \ HAROFRKDE. Clini^jSH ’HEft: In pursuance of an order of Hon. John A. McKenna, Surrpftnle of the County of Rockland, not#* Is hereby ^Iven to all persons Shaving claims against ChristopheFf'Bargfrede. late of Pearl River. Cfhirity of Rolkland ftnd State of N»<v York, deceased, to exhibit the nairie with the vouchers thereof to the -imbscribers at ’ the residence of Lillie D. Ronner. one. of said sutisOrlbers, No 60 Old Middletown Road. Pearl River. Cotinty of Rockland, Stale of New York, on or before the 3rd day of February, 1941. dated. 7 July 12. 1940. LILLIE D. RONNER. DORIS ELENE PEPER. JOHN F. BARGFREDE. Executor* of ths last Will and Testament of Christopher Rarg- frede, deceased. THOMAS GAGAN, Attorney for Executors. LIQUOR LICENSES oUce Is hereby given that 1 u>e number RL-9674 ha; sued to the undersigned wine and. beer at retail at roi under the Alcoholic Beverage Laws of New York at Main sell liquor. York. ERNEST H. EICKMEYER. Main Street, Nanuet. N. Y.. that liquor Notice Is beret license number HL-983 has been Is ­ sued to the undersigned to sell liquor, wine and beer at retail at hotel under the Alcoholic Beverage Control I aws of New York at Blauvelt Road. Orangeburg. Rockland County. New York, for on premises consumption. JAMES J. MONAHAN. Blauvelt Road. Orangeburg. N. Y. ehy liquor signed to sell 1U retail at restau lir Beverage Coi nrk at .South ! •ounty, New York, for onsumpllon. ANNA M. AND W SCHCPNKR. Doing I.LI AM B. Radio Programs Today t TO 8 P. M. 2:0ft WEAK — Biblical Drama. WOR — Alice Hlair, sketch. WJZ — Hoosier Hop; Variety. WARC — Young Dr. Malone. 2:15 WEAK— Grimm's Daughter. WABC — Joyce Jordan, sketch. 2:30 WEAK — Valiant Lady, sketch. WOR — Garden Club. WJZ — Venutl Orch. WABC — Fletcher Wiley, talk. 2:45 WEAK —Hymns of All Churches. WOR— Krsklne Butterfield, piano. WARC— My Son and I. sketch. WMCA — Our Gal Sunday, sketch. I TO 4 P. M. 3:00 WEAK — Mary Marlin, sketch. WOR — World s Fair Rand. WJZ — Orphans of Divorce. V WARC — Society Girl, sketch. WMCA— Helen Trent, sketch. 3:16 WEAF — Ma Perkins, sketch. WJZ —Honeymoon Hill, sketch. WARC — The Soloists ’ . 3:30 WEAF — Pepper Young ’ s Family. WOR — Gagen Orch. WJZ — John ’ s Other Wife, sketch. WARC — News; Fashions. WMCA/ — News; Dance Music. 1:46 WEAF — Vic and Hade, sketch. WJZ — Just Plain Bill, sketch. WARC —Friend in Deed, sketch. 4 TO 6 P. M. 4:00 WEAF — Backstage Wife, sketch. WOR— News; Variety Music. WJZ —Club Matinee: Variety. WABC—Ivedure Hall: Vernon I*. Brown, speaker. WMCA —Dance Music. 4:16 WEAF — Stella Dallas, sketch. WOR — Zeke Manners Gang. WA.BC — Variety Music. WMCA — Sport*. Alice Brewer. 4:30 WEAF — Jxrrenxo Jones, sketch. WMCA — Movieland Review. -4 4:45 WEAF- — Young Widder Brown;' WOR— Herbeck Orch. 4:5ft WJZ — Recorded Variety. 4:55 WJZ — News; Sketch. . * TO « P. M. , 6:00 WEAK — Girl Alone, sketch. \ WABC— The Goldbergs, sketch. WMCA — News; Dance Music. 5:16 WEAF — Life Carl Be Beautiful. . WJZ — Irene Wicker, stories. WOR — Superman, sketch. WABC— Variety Music. 5:30 WEAF — Jack Armstrong, sketch. WOR — McFarland Orch. WJZ — Bud Barton, sketch. 5:46 WEAF — The O ’ Neills, sketch. WOR — Captain Midnight, sketch. WJZ — Tom Mix, sketch. WAHC — Scatlergood Balj>«*. >VMCA — Hillbilly Variety, s to : p. 6:00 WEAF — LIT Abner, sketch. WOR — Uncle Don. WJZ — ^rews; Escorts and Betty, cs : Talk. dCA — Advertising News. Nyack Y.M.CA Community Game* Tonight Swain ’ s vb . Flying A ’ s. ‘ / Haring's vs. Everett ’ js. Tomorrow Night Gair B vs. Y. M. C. A. Frahn vs. American Legion. R. S. H. Interdepartmental .- ^Games Tonight American Legion v». Building 10. / Tomorrow Night Office- vs. Building 37.*' Pearl River Three-Man Games Tonight Rollers vs. Larkins. Icemen vs. Four Ringers. Thumbs Up vs. Mountaineers. Super Service vs. Aces, Rhodes vs, Spirits. Tomorrow Night Iron Dukes II vs/Rexalls. Granada vs. Iron Dukes I. Freebooters .. vs!\ Kramer ’ s. Herrings vs. Bombers. Suffern Girls League Game Tonight Hagedorn vs. McConnell Club II. Leo Lota vs. Circles. Donald D vs. Johnny ’ s Quint. McConnell Club I vs. Hello Girls. R-B-0 Firemen ’ s League Tomorrow Night Suffern Hose vs. Monsey. Tollman vs. Mahwah. West Mahwah vs. Tuxedo. Waldwick vs. Hillburn. Suffern Hooks vs. Slontsburg. Congers Bowling League Gamen Tonight Hicks vs. Redmen. * Tomorrow Night Dreyfus vs. Malloy. Nyack Bowling Center CLASSIC LEAGUE Games Tonight Benny's v*. Christie ’ s* Tomorrow Night Cotarellt ’ s vs. Harlng ’ s. Nyack Bowling Center \B\ LEAGUE Games Tonight Trap Rock va. Orangetown. Tomorrow Night Fro-joy vs. Plermont Tyros. 6:15 WEAF — Music; Mystery Sketch. WJZ —Sport*. Bill Stern; Sons* WABC — Hollywood New*. WMCA — New*; Talk; Sport*. WEAF — To be announced. WEAF — Stamps. Tim Healy. WOR — New*. Frank 8l»*l*er. WJZ —(Jordon Gifford, baritone. WABC — Paul Sullivan, new*. .. WEAF — Sport*. Paul Douglas. WOR — Meet Mr. Morgan, sketch. WJZ — Lower, Thomas, comment. WABC — The World Today. WMCA— Dance Music. 7 TO 8 l\ M. WEAF — Fred Waring Orch. WOR — Sport*. Stan l>omax. WJZ — Bob Hannon, tenor. WARC — Amos *n' Andy, sketch. WMCA — Johnny Get Your .Wings, sketch. WEAF — European New*. WOR— News, Arthur Hale. WJZ — Radio Magi< W ’ A Ro, tenoi WMCA — News; Music, i WEAF — Burns and Allen. WOR — Lone Ranger, sketch. WJZ — Morgan Orch. WABC — Hlondie. sketch, i WMCA — Johannes Steel, new*. H TO » P. -M. i WEAF — James Melton, tenor. , WOR — Play Broadcast, quix. WJZ — I l»ve a Mystery, sketch. WABC — Those We J.ove, sketch. WMCA — Classical Music, i WMCA— Elliott Roosevelt, talk. i WEAF — Symphony Orch. WOR— Drama: Green Hornet. WJZ— Wendell L Winkle* at Federation of Republican Wom ­ en ’ s Clubs of America Meeting. Detroit. WABC — Variety Program. WMCA— Hillbilly Music, i WMCA— News Bulletin*, i WABC— Elmer Davis, news. 9 TO Itt P. M. > WEAF — Doctor I. <J.. quiz. WOR — Gabriel Meatier, new*. WJZ— Basin Street Chamber So ­ ciety. WABC — Play: HI* Girl Friday, i WOR — Miller Orch. WMCA — Trotting Race*. > WEAK — Show Boat Program. WOK — Duchin Orch. WJZ-»News; Hollywood Variety. WMCA — Dance Music. > WMCA — Gabriel Heatter. news. to TO II P. M. ) WEAK — Opal Craven, soprano. WOR — Raymond Swing, new*. WJZ — Story prsmas. WARC —Lombardo Orch. WMCA—Brooklyn Amateurs. > WOK —Drama: Who Knows? WJZ —Pastor Orch. )\VEAF — Senators Wagner and Mead at Democratic Conven ­ tion. Manhattan Center. WOR — Fulton I«ew 1s Jr., news. WJZ — Adventures In Reading. WABC — Spiritual* : Folksongs, i WOR — Coffey Orch. WABC — War News; Major G. F. Eliot. ) WEAF — News: Weather: Music. 1 WJZ — News;-Cutler Orch. ’ WABC — Dance Music. Secret Agent X9 By Mel Graff and Robert Storm W/*NT TOAik JASPER VONM A ffW QUfSTIONS.. IP WS'Re AMSTAKfN SO MUCH THS Blackbirds End Season With 4-0 Win Over Dunns The Rockland State Hospital Blackbirds ended their season Sat ­ urday afternoon with a 4-0 victory over . the. Dunnjgan All Stars of West Haverstfaw. It w\# a fitting climax to a successful seiaon for the Hospital nine as (heir record show a total of lwc»va v.ctorles a* against four defeat*. Jim Leahy turned in his best mound performance of the year as he let the Dunnt«uins Mown with two hits while isninf three bases on balls. D6(ing tho first flva frames Leahy faced but three men a n Inning. The Blackbirds' scored k run in the first inning, picked up another in the second and put the gams on ice with two more in the fourth. Barney .proved to b$- — best sticker bf the day. being the'only batter to get two hits,. / Ornnnto Singles E. Grannto was the first Dun- nigan to reach .first as he led off tthe fourth with.a single hut was quickly erased as Paride hit into a double play. Smith walked In the fifth inning but was out try ­ ing to steal second. • ” The only extra base hit of th« day was a double by Harrington in the second — Leahy fanned nin4 batters, all in the first five innings . . . .The Dtrnnigans were a lit ­ tle late showing up for the gams so only seven innings were played. The box score; Dnnnlgan* («) All K H PO A K K. Granato. **. ‘ 2 0 1 1 8 ft D. Frank, 2 h. 10 0 10 9 Paride. 2b.. **. 2 ft 0 2 2 ft J. Cooper, c. 2 ft ft *. 1 1 V. Frank. 8b.. p. 3 0 0 ft 1 .ft Smith, lb.. 3b. 10 0 6 0 1 J. Granato, If. .3 0 0 1 0 9 C., Cooper, rf. 2 0 0 1 0 ft Delloro, cf. 2 0 110 9 Whittington, p, lb. 2 0 0 1 ft ft Total* 21 0 2 18 9 1 Dam beck, rf. Ileehs, cf. Martin, **. 2 ft 0 0 0 ft 0 10 19 0 0 10 9 Icore by Innl S. Hospital 25 4 7 21 9 • ftftft OftO ft — 0 lift 200 x — 4 j ............ . oatted In. Barney ibeck, Campbelltwo ba-e hit. tton; stolen base*, Costlno, .......,., ‘ k. Barney 2. Martin; struck out, by Whittington 5. by V. Frank 1, by I^ahy 1ft; hit*, off Whittington 7 In 5 inniqgs. off. V. Frank ft In/ 1; bases \n ball*, off Whittington 4. off I*tahy ; wild pitches. Whittington 1; passed •alls. Cooper 2 ; left on bases, . Dun- ilgans 3. R. S. -H. 6; double plays. Costlno to Harrington, J. Cooper to V. Frank to Parldc. Umpires, Hookey and Oliver, ^ P. S. A. L Soccer Games Tomorrow Plermont at Stony Point. Spring Valley at Pearl River. Haverstraw at Nyack. t P. S. A. L Football Suffern 30, Park Ridge 6, Arlington ft, Haverstraw 0. Westwood 18, Spring Valley 0. STANDING ' (Non-league) Won Lost Pclg. Nyack 1 0 1.000 Suffern 1 0 1.000 Haverstraw 1 1 .500 Spring Valley 1 1 .,100 Rockland County League Results Yesterday Columbiana 4. Monsey 1. Columbians 10, New City 3. FINAL STANDINGS Won Lost Columbians 10 0 P. R. Deacons 9 1 Monsey 8 2 Congers Liberty! 6 2 New City 4 Haverstraw 3 4 Valley Cottage 2 ft P. R. Franklins 2 6 Nyack Blue Sox 1 .ft Palisades 0 7 Nyack Cardinals 0 8 Pctg. 1.000 .000 . .800 .750 .600 .429 .250 .250 .143 N Ramapo Valley League PLAYOFFS Yesterday ’ s PlayofTs Sloatshurg 9, Tuxedo 1. FINAL STANDING Won Lost Pctg. Sloatshurg 2 0 1.000 Tuxedo 0 2 .000 Valley Twilight League Yesterday ’ * Playoffs Columbians 14, Tridents 7. STANDING OF TEAMS Won Lost Pctg. Tridents 1 1 .500 Columbians 1 1 .500 Nyack Recreation Major Game* Tonight Swain ’ s vs. Royals. Club vs. Nyack A. C. Tomorrow Night Bluefleld vs. Mike ’ s, lumbermen vs. Harry ’ s. R. S. H. Women ’ s League Games Tonight Blittes vs. Burgers.. * Tuesday Night Prowlers vs. Ramblers. Wednesday Night Mohicans vs. Invaders. Valley Bowling League Games Tonight American Legion vs. Milkmen. „ ' \ Tomorrow Night Square Club v*. S^V. H. ft U '■ :■ \ 1

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