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Lowville leader and Lyons-Leyden ledger. (Lowville, N.Y.) 1953-19??, May 06, 1954, Image 6

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PAGE SIX LOWVILLE LEADER — Chief Joe Felber Arrives in States From Far East Scheduled to- arrive here from the Par East atxrard ithe destroyer tender USS Praine May 1st is Joseph Felber, chief metal smith, USN, \son of Mr and Mrs, Julius Felber of Lyons Falls, N Y., and | husband of the former Miss Amelia Singhoffer of Trenton, Ohio. While based dn Sasebo, Japan, for ten months, the Prairie ser- viced over 500 ships, furnishing supplies and spare parts, manu- facturing parts, making repairs^ providing medical and idental care, and offering the services of chap- lams. ' In the Far East, the Prairie was the flagship of the Command- er of the Pacific Fleet Cruiser- Destroyer Force Howard Holt Elected to Head Sportsmen Club The Lewis County Association of Sportmens Cluibs held their arm. ual banquet and meeting on April 22, at Howley's Timber Lodge, Glenfield. Slides of the fish 'dept. work were shown and explained by Mr Donald Pasko, of the Wat- New York Week-End BARGAIN May 21 ,80 From WATERTOWN CARTHAGE LOWVILLE Also: Castorland, Glenfieki, Lyons Falls, Poit Leyden and Boonville. TAX INCLUDED BARGAIN FAKE covers round trip in reserved, reclininjr-seat, ar.i-condition.ing coaches, both ways. Children under 12, half fare; under 5, FREE! .Two Days In Exciting New York Leave Friday evening, May 21st, spend all day Saturday and Sunday in the Big Town! See two or even three Broadway hits . . . plus top broadcasts and telecasts, JLots of time for fifth Avenue smart shops . . . sightseeing'. . . Radio City . . Bi - oni Zoo, world's largest . . . great museums of art and science. Dine out and dance Saturday evening 1 , too! Return Sunday, May 23rd. Good Baseball Tickets Available In ad\ance at §2. Get them from your New York Central ticket agent before May 14th when you buy your week-end bargain ticket- The number's limited, so come early! New York Yankees vs. Boston Red Sox. Games Saturday and Sunday. Hotel Reservations For You, Too! Your Central ticket agent will make them for you a t Knicker- bocker Hotel, right in -the heart of everything. Boom is ready when jou arrive Saturday morning. Keep it till Sunday after- noon ... all at ONE DAY rate. SCHEDULE OF SPECIAL RESERVED COACH EXCURSION pn which Your Bargain Ticket is Good Exclusively GOING May 21st Read Down Eastern Standard Time Shown ' (1 Hour Earlier than Daylight Saving Time) RETURNING Mav 23rd Read Up Special train LV. LV. LV. LV. LV. LV. LV. LV. AR. 9:00 P M Watertown. ._ AR. 9:40 PM Cartilage AR. 9:54 P 31 Castoriand AR. 10:09 P M Lowville AR. 10:20 P M Glenfield AR. 10:32 P M Ljons Falls AR. 10:35 P M Port Leyden AR. lfr:5fr P M Boonville AR. :00 A M New York (G. C. T.) LV. 3:25 A M 2:55 A M 2:30 A M 2:19 A M 2:10 A M 2:00 A M 1:55 A M 1:45 A M 7:25 P M IMPORTANT: As seats are reserved, at no extra cost, tickets MUST be purchased in advance. First come, first served. INFORMATION: Phone LowvUle 3 \ New York Central NEW YORK (CENTRAL - SYSTEM .-' ertown office. The Honorable Ben- jamin Demo, County Assemblyman and Mr. Frank E. Jadwin, Low- ville, District Forester gave very interesting talks on Conservation in Lewis County. Election of officers for the com- ing year was held and tihe follow- ing were elected: Mr. Howard D. Holt, Lowville, President; Mr. FranMyn Zehr, Carthage, Vice-president; Mr. Frank A Virkler, Lowville, Sec- retary and Treasurer. After election movies were shown to all. THE WATER LEVEL ROUTE _ YOU CAN SLEEP DRIVE CAREFULLY Pf c Gilbrt In Korean Outfit Army Pfc. C. G. Gilbert, son of Floyd W. Gilbert, Turin, N. Y, is serving with the U. S. advisory detachment at the ROK Army Re- placement Training Center in Non. san, Korea. Gilbert is a mechanic in the Korean Military Advisory Group (KMAG) which advises the ROK m training and combat. The group has been awarded the ROK Pres- idential Unit Citation three times. Gilbert has been with the KMAG since February 1953- MEN WANTED TO JOBV THE 1954 MERCHANDISE CLUB at TYNER BROS. SERVICE • QUALITY © FASHION RSDAY, MAY 6,1954 Home of Good Printing LOWVILLE LEADER Now's The Time For all point to GREYHOUND tor a wonderful vacation NORTH BOUND Buses Leave 9:26 A. M. 7:51 P. M. Watertown .70 Syracuse 2.40 Rochester, N. Y, 3.85 Buffalo, N. Y 5,55 Los Angeles, Cal. 57.50 SOUTH BOUND t Buses Leave I 7:49 A. M. 6:04 P. M. Albany i 3.70 ; Boston, Mass, 8.20 New York City 7.05 Washington, D. C. __ 11.35 Miami, Fla. 31.35 Roy 1JL Williams Lowville . Phone 374J 'GKfeYHOUND- On Mother's Day... only YOU can give her this gift The sound of your voice on the telephone. She may be thousands of mites away. But lift your receiver... you're home again! No gift is so personal, so appreciated... and only you can give it. This Mother's Day be sure to talk to her , by telephone. And call early. i General Telephone Company of Upstate New York, Inc. A Member of One of the Great Telephone Systems Serving America. Telephone Magic: You can reach almost any point in the United States in less than a minutt

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