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M a n y P a r ticip a ted In P r a y e r S e r v ice Komen of the community churches participated Friday in the World Day of Prayer serv­ ice held lin the Sacred Heart church in Margaretville. Mrs. Mdchael Kusnirak of the Marga­ retville United M e t h o d i s t church gave the meditation on “Alert in Our Time,” and the program was coordinated by Mrs. Floyd Ruff of the New Kingston United Presbyterian church. The choir consisted of Mrs. Cornelius Hosier of the New Kingston church, Mrs. Larry Darling of the Margaretville United Presbyterian church, Mrs. Barry Squires of the Mar­ garetville Advent Christian church and Mrs. Shirley Davis of the Sacred Heart church. Mrs. Kenneth Truran of the Margaretville United Method­ ist church was organist. Ushers were Mrs. Charles Holdridgo of the Margaretville United Presbyterian church and Mrs. John Hewitt of the Sacred Heart church.. Leaders and assistants were Mrs. Francis Sweeney of Sacred Heart church, Mrs. Howard Deats of the Arkville Free Methodist church, Miiss Marian Connell of the Margaretville United Presbyterian church, Mrs. George BoatwTight of the Advent Christian church and Mrs. Wanda Lanzi of the New Kingston church. B o w lers H e lp Push H e a r t F u n d U p w a r d League Ibowlers at Ever^een Lanes donated $281.25 to the Heart Fund, helping to raise- the final Heart Fund total for this area to $738.44. This is in addition to businessmen’s con­ tributions being mailed direct­ ly to the county fund treasurer, Mrs. Dennis Hill, in Harpers- fleld. Winners in the Heart Fund •bowling tournament shared a prize fund of $132. Women bowlers who won were Mary Gladstone, Maybelle Russell, Cheri Maxim, Joyce Kelly, Marion Townsend, Dorothy Mil­ ler, Jane Rossitz and Aasta Liddle. Winners among the men were Dick Morra Sr., Lyn­ don Kelly, Ward Keator, Jim Hinkley, Jim Todd, Joe Oiardi,V Hilton Kelly and Ralph Archi­ bald. In charge of the Heart Fund campaign in this area were Mrs. Linn Keator of Mfirgaret- ville and Mrs. Harold Bouton of Arkville. M C S C a g e r s L o st In L e a g u e F in a le The Margaretville central school basketball team was de­ feated Friday night by Daven­ port, 72-46, in the final league game of the season. The JV team held their counterparts to a closer score, dropping their game, 50-49. The win gave Davenport a league record of nine wins and one loss. B u siness Is S w e e t Roxbury, March 8.—Quite a few .people around town are making symp for their own use. Buckets hang on maples, and sap is .being gathered and boiled. Mrs. Kenneth Johnson said -they had made four gal­ lons from their trees. Q U A L I T Y UPHOLSTE^ Service—G. Schlick, Decora­ tors. Downsville Furniture Business Services 4 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING NEWS. Margaretville, N. Y. Thurs., March 8, 1973—Page Five Wanted 17 and ville Upholstery Store, Derwns- 607 363-2248. ol8tfc4 PHONE MARGARETVILLB 914-S86-2601 P la y e r Injured Andes, March 8.—^Teddy Ro­ ney, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Roney, fractured his shoulder Saturday while playing basket­ ball at the Downsville central school and was taken to the Delaware Valley hc»pital in Walton. R e d C r o ss W o r k e r s Kelly Comers, March 8.— Mrs. Arnold Cartwright is Red Cross chEurman for Halcottville- Kelly Corners. Her co-workers are Mrs. Clayton Kelly, Mrs. Doris Ruff and Mrs. Msiry Slau- son for Halcottvdlle, Mrs. Ralph Felter Jr. for Kelly Comers and Mrs. Beuah Adee and Mrs. Alfred Mathis for Hubbell Hill, P e b ler E n lists Roxbury, March 8.—Mr. and Mrs. George Pebler have heard from their son, George Jr. He called them Saturday night that he is in the Navy at San Diego and was about to leave for the Philippines and will go later to Japan, where he will spend a year. He thinks he wiU make the Navy his career. Church Services MargaretviUe - New Kingston United Presbyterian P a r i s h , Revs. Linda B. and William H. Harter, pastors, Sunday serv­ ices: Margaretville, 9:30 a.m. ( n u r s e r y available): New Kingston 11 a.m. (nursery available). S u n d a y school (nursery - grade four): New Kingston, 9:45 a.m.; Margaret­ ville, 10:45 a.m. Wednesday night Christian Ed. Program (grades 5-12); MargaretviUe, 8 p.m.; New Kingston, 8 p.m. New Kingston Women’s asso­ ciation: First Wednesday of the montli, 1 p.m. For tmies of Kble study groups, choir re­ hearsal, etc., contact the pas­ tors at 914-586-4567. DRY BROOK BEAUTY SALON Linda Ploutz, Operator For Appointment Call 586-3286 or 586-4049 n23tfc4 ______________________ EXPERIENCED carpenter, re­ modeling and additions, from basement to attic, and small construction jobs. Dick Clark, Halcottville, N. Y. 12438, tel. 607-326-7851. ________ 4m29p4 ALL KINDS of Home Improve­ ments. Interior and exteriot painting. Carpentry. Modern kitchens. New bathrooms. Installation and repair of heating systems. Call Frank 254-4182. fltfc4 Bloom Farms Trees CXit and Removed Custom Haying Pastures Cleared Brush Removed Snow Removsd Plowing Lavra Care Spray Painting Lots Cleared General Contracting Margaretville 586-4861 j25tfc4 _______________________ EXCAVATING BULLDOZING BACKHOE WORK Water and Sewer Lines Septic Systems Complete Foundations Patios Sand - Gravel - Top Soil Ralph DeBari & Sons, Inc. Margaretville 586-2656 a27tfc4______________________ Cards of Thanks 5 I want to say “Thank You” for all the kindness shown to me during my recent illness. m8p5 Ruth Caiey I want to thank all our friends and neighbors for the sympathy expressed at the time of the loss of my brother, Herman. m8c5 Irma Heunan I would like to express my thanks to Donna Bouton, all the volunteers (especially Jane, Qlenda and Laurie) for their jie&, and the donors wh6 par- ^opkted in the Heart Fund' Drive. A special thanks to Bob and Betty Veit for their efforts on behalf of the Heart Fund. Loretta Keator Chairman Margaretville-Arkville m8p5 I wish to say thank you, and express my deep appreciation to Dr. Halim and Dr. Vakeli, the complete nursing and hospital staff of the Margaretville Me­ morial Hospital while I was a patient there. To my Mom and sisters a special thank you. To all my very good friends who sent beautiful flowers, gifts, so many cards and said so many prayers on my behalf— your good deeds will never go xinrewarded, thank you. (jod bless each and everyone. Sincerely, Berna Van Benschoten m8c5 Following my recent stay at the Margaretville Memorial Hospital for surgery— I wish to express my sincere appreciation and thanks to Dr. Halim, Miss Anderson, the anesthetist and aU on the op­ erating room staff. To Dr. Gallo and the x-ray technicians and all other per­ sonnel of the hospital. Special thanks to Dr. Palen for his call, and to Rev. Harter and Rev. T^Uran for calls and prayers, also all others who called, sent flowers, gifts and cards, all too numerous to answer personally. It’s always rewarding to find Barbara Kapitko stiU on the nursing staff. Our hospital is so well equipped and so needed in our community that every effort should be made to make it prosper. Sincerely, m8c5 Ethel c5oulter We wish to thank Dr. Schat- ken. Dr. Palen, Dr. Huyck and Dr. Meiler for their excellent care and many kindnesses dur­ ing Morton’s illness. We also thank Dr. Smith and Dr. Wil­ bur for their assistance. We sincerely appreciate the cards, flowers and callers dur­ ing Morton’s hospitalization. A special thanks to the Wawaka Grange for their plant and to Mr. Hempel for his many visits. We extend our warmest thanks to the entire staff of Delaware Valley Hospital for their many kindnesses as well as their courteous, efficient care. We owe a special thanks to pur friends for their calls and many expressions of concern. We are truly grateful for the support given us by all our friends. Thank you most sincerely. Morton and Emmeline Scudder m ^ Farm Sullies 6 EARLY CUT BALED HAY. A1 Mathis, Margaretville, 914 586-4146. 2mc6 Classified advertising, cards of thanks, and the like, 25c per line. Minimum $1.50 per week. Deadline Wednesday noon. Keyed advertisements or advertifiements to which reply is to be a box number, care of The News, are $1 additional each insertion. These rates are for net cash payment, no discount. Any charge is memo only and is expected to be paid within seven days. For Rent For Sale 8 Real Estate for Sale 14 Real Estate for Sale 14 THREE-BEDRCX)M apartment. Main street, Fleischmanns, all electric, $125 monthly plus utilities. 254-9912. 2m8c7 3-RM. APARTMENT in Marga­ retville. Newly redecorated. Heat and electric. $105 a mo. Call 586-4215. m8c7 FURNISHED one-bedroom apartment on Rt. 30 in Kelly Corners, $125 a month, in­ cluding utilities. 914-586- 4475._________________j25tfc7 APARTMENT in Roxbury, 7 rooms furnished, $150 a month including utilities. Call on weekend only 607 326-3041. m8c7 FOR RENT in Margaretville— 5-rm. apartment, partially furnished or unfurnished, all utilities except cooking gas. Write Box W, c/o News. m8c7 APARTMENT in Roxbury, 5 rooms furnished or unfur­ nished, $130 a month includ­ ing utilities. Available imme­ diately. Call on weekend only 607 326-3041. ________ m8c7 LG. HOUSE with acreage for rent in Highmount. 7 bdrms, 2 baths. Fireplace, porch. Beautiful view. References please. 254-4310. 2m8c7 BASEMENT STORE w/en- trance on Main street iii cen­ ter of Margaretville. J?6wly renovated. Ideal for store or office. $90 with utilities. 586-4890. ______________ m ^8 Wanted to Rent 7a RESPONSIBLE couple wishes to rent small house. .Fleisch­ manns to Andes area. J^efer some land with house, tlease call ^4 3 1 0 . ^8c7a For Sale 8 CHEVY or CMC plywood pick­ up truck cover, Very stUrdy, $75. Call 254-4310. ni8c8 NEW 5-HP. muldier, shredder, reg. $249, $160, 1 yr. warran­ ty. 254-5051. 19” PHILCO TV, blk. and wh., 1% years old. Call 914 586- 4416. __________________ m8c8 FIREWOOD — All hardwood, cut to size, split and deliv* ered. 914 688-5233. ol2tfc8 FOR SALE—Snow Bird snow­ blower, 5 hp., 2-stage, $125. Phone 586-4364. Ivan Eignor. 2m8p8 UTILITY POLE.J30 it. lo:^, impregnated, «>yr. tee, $38.50. Margaretville Agway. m8c8 1” GALVANIZED water pipe. 5-pc. bundles at 29.5c a foot. Wadler Bros., Inc., Fleisch­ manns, 914 254-5500. 2ml5c8 SAVE big! Clean rugs and up­ holstery with Blue Lxistre. Rent electric shampooer $1. Margaretville Hardware, Inc. m8c8 USED sap buckets with spUes and covers, also a gathering tank. Mrs. Marion Baker, Arkville^ phone 586-4043. m8c8 INLAID LINOLEUM at greatly reduced prices. Discontinue patterns, regular price $8, $9 and $10 a yard, now ^ S3 per square yard., at DeBarl’p Carpet B a i^ Bridge street. Margaretville. je24tfc8 BUILD YOUR OWN LOG CABIN Pre-fab logs, 1%\ tongue and groove decMig, beams. In kit form or component parts. Fairbaim Lumbw Corp. 586-4292 a29tfc8 _______________________ WE HAVE on hand one small oil space heater, $25; one late model 30” white gas itmge, $75. Also large quantity apartment house ranges, $35. Also some various other used items, gas stoves, electric hot water heaters. Wadler Bros., Inc., Fleischmanns, 914 254- 5500. 2m8c8 AUTHORIZED HOMELITE CHAIN SAW DEALER Pumps and C^enerators Sales and Service New and Used Saws LIDDLE BROS. Andes, N. Y. Phone 676-3123 o3tfc8 ATTENTION Maple Syrup Makers FOR SALE All sizes of syrup cans and Kress jugs in ^ gal, qt. and pt. size. Can fill orders immediately. Other maple supplies av^able. RICHARD FINCH & SONS HOGG MT. ROAD FLEISCHMANNS, N. Y. 914 254-5156 4ml5c8 Stihl 5 to IS HP. STIHL SAWS $154.95 and up without ttade^n. SAW, PUMP, GENiaiATC« RENTALS Fairbaim Lumber Corp. Margaretville, N. Y. 586-4292 BOOT TRAYS, weekend special 59c. Margaretville Hardware, Inc. ___________________ m8c8 GARDEN SEEDS, flower seeds, peat pots, potting soil. Mar­ garetville Hardware, Inc. m8c8_______ ___________ __ 15” ZENITH portable black and white television, in ex­ cellent condition, $40. Call 586-4507. ______________ m8p8 FILTER QUEEN v a c u u m cleaner, all attachments in­ cluded. Reasonable. Tel. 586- 4248 after 5 p.m. 2ml5p8 A G(X)D buy . . . give it a try. Blue Lustre, America’s favor­ ite carpet shampoo. Sne- goski’s Hardware, Roxbuiy, N. Y., 607 326-4881. mSc8 GERMAN Shepherd F^K>ies, AKC reg., excellent tempera­ ment, heavy boned, $35 fe- . males, $40 males. Tel. Mar- gEiretville 586-4632. m8p8 GOING OUT OF BUSINESS— All types office desks, tables, and file cabs., bookcases, chairs, typewriters, $30 each. Shokan 657-8624. 4ni29c8 HOMELITE CHAIN SAWS - Authorized dealer. Complete line, sales and service. Used chain saws. Frank Beland, Pakatakan Building, Ark- vllle. phone 586-4994. dl8tfc8 p r im it iv e s —Paintings, oak, advertising nostalgia. Tiffany- type lamps, etc. Come, see our antique toy collection too. t)ead-End Antiques, Phoeni­ cia, phone 688-5256. m8tfc8 USED 5-pc. white and gold French Provincial style bed­ room set. Good condition, needs some refinishing on top surfaces. Best offer. 254- 4310. __________ 2m8c8 5-PT. SUBING glass shower doors for bath tub, $24.95 while they last. Glass doca- for stall shower, $19.95 while mey la«t Wadler Bros., Inc., fleischmanns, 914-234-5500. 2m8c8 MAHOGANY Duncan Phyfe dining room suite, 6 chairs, tw^akfront, buffet, table and leaves. Excellent condition, must be seen to be appre­ ciated. $395 or best offer. Call 607 326-7008 or 326-4551. m8c8 IF YOU ARE PLANNING to do any building, buy your •lumber and plywood now. We don't kn6w what the price will be npr availability come ^ring. Wadler Bros., Inc., fleischmanns, 914 254^5500. 2m8c8 ____________________ ARE LOADED on alumi­ num combinati(Mi doors, white and no finish. Come on in and see what you can use. We don’t wash to carry this item any further through the win­ ter. Wadler Bros., Inc., Fleischmtmns, 914-254-5500. 2m8c8______________________ FANTASTIC SAVINGS on WALL-to-WALL CARPETING Completely Installed Including Measuring Dupont #501 In 5 Colors $4.95 sq. yd. Samples on Display MONTGOMERY WARD Margaretville, N. Y. m8c8 ^ Help Wanted 9 Bookkeeper/Girl Friday WANTED to work for Real Estate De­ velopment Co. to be located in .^des, Rt. 28. Must be pro­ ficient in bookkeeping and sec­ retarial. (3ood salary for ex­ perienced person. Send resimie to Timberland Properties, Inc., 31 A Hilltop Rd., Port Wash­ ington, N. Y. 11050., 2ml5c9 Miscellaneous 12 EVERYONE is invited to at­ tend open house to celebrate Josephine Benedict’s 80th birthday at the Grange Hall, Halcottsville, Sunday, March 11, from 2 to 4 p.m. m8cl2 ENJOY a Real Old-Time Cats- kiU Mountain Breakfast. Try Lumen Searles’ sourdough pancakes and sausages Sat­ urday and Simday mornings through the ski season at ffighmount S k i Ce n t e r . 2m8pl2 PANCAKE SUPPER, Fleisch- manns Methodist Church, March 15, continuous serving beginning 5:00 p.m. Lumen ^arle, chef. Adults $1.75; children $1.25; under 5 free. Benefit UMW Circle II. 2ml5cl2 Professional Notices 13 I wish to advise that my IH’actice in the Margaretville Medical Arts Building will con­ tinue indefinitely. Dr. Isaac Spector m8cl3 Real Estate for Sale 14 I^CTO^d Real Estate Brokef W ^ T E R J. GALIAUSKAS P.O. Box 674, Main Street Flfeischnumns, New York 124l0 , Tel. 914-^4-5230 and Business Properties fear Sale _^lhviting New Listiiiss QUoticl4 FOR SALE — House, 3 bed­ rooms, 2 baths, income apt. Garage. Storage house. Exc. location. Phone Fleisch­ manns 914-254-5690. m ltfcl4 FOR SALE — Our home on Church street, Margaretville. Four bedrooms, 1% baths, living room, dining room, kitchen. Call after 5 p.m. Glenn R. Gavette, 914 586- 2818. m8cl4 DELAWARE COUNTY DAIRY FARM, 164 acres, long road frontage, trout stream. Beau­ tiful colonial house. Good barn, 38 stanchions. Machin­ ery bam, garage. Four miles to village, 10 miles Scotch Valley ski center. Shown by appointment. Farm and buildings $90,000. Stocked and equipped $125,000. Mil­ dred B. MacDonedd, 90 Main St., Stamford, N. Y. 12167. Phone 607 652-7840. 3ml5cl4 ARTHUR RALPH WEDEMEYER Licensed j Real ^ tate Broker ROUTE #28 ANDES. NE5V YORK 13731 914-^6-3390 fltfcl4 New Home on large wooded acre on edge of golf course with view on to ski slopes. Includes 3 bedrooms, living rm., dining rm., 2 baths, cathedral ceilings, fieldstone fireplace and spiral staircase. $47,125. Phone 607-326-7511 4m29cl4 COUNTRY HOMES ACREAGE COMMERCL\L PROPERTIES G e r a ld L. W a p n e r R e a l E s ta te HEIDI LEARD, gep. , ^ (914) 688-5775 - 5iS0 Comer Routes 28 and 42 Shandaken, N. Y. 12480 jl8tfcl4 Sanford Agency Margaretville, N. Y. 586-4097 Willard Sanford Walter Merritt Broker Salesman Ezra Carter Salesman Are you a builder with ideas? If so this is the property for you. A nice home with 4 BR, modern heating, playroom in cellar, a large vacant lot with road frontage, $27,500. Another bargain — two-story house, 3 BR amd bath on second floor, basement partly finished. All rooms paneled in modem plywood. Must be seen to be appreciated. $27,500. Also one moderate sized home on 4 acres, 2 BR, village water, $16,000. We also have lots of 10 acres and up. 5m29cl4 C a tsk ill M o u n tain P r o p e r ty CATSKILL MTS.— Rustic bam and two sheds on 46 acres, 700 ft. road frontage, electric available, near Pepac- ton Reservoir, BEST OF HUNTING AND FISHING. Within 10 miles of three MAJOR SKI CENTERS and an 18-hole golf course. $32,500, good terms available. Vz acre home site, large road frontage, electricity available on.county highway, 1 mile to 18-hole golf course, 8 miles to SKI CENTER. GOOD HUNT­ ING AND FISHING IN AREA. $2800. Vacation Home — FULLY IN ­ SULATED—2 bedrooms, FIRE­ PLACE, modern kitchen, living room. ALL NICELY FUR­ NISHED. 6 mi. to BELLE- AYRE SKI CENTER. % mi. to PLEASANT C O U N T R Y VILLAGE, on 2 ac. MANY EVERGREENS, NICE VIEWS. $19,500, terms available. APPOINTMENT ADVISABLE Office Hours: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. R e d m o n d A g e n c y A r k v ille, N . Y . Phone 914 586-2696 —Sales Representatives— Burton Jenkins Howard Slauson Fk>r«ice B radky Cornelius Stoop m8cl4 40 A. abandoned farm. Borders NYS land, brook, and town road. ^0,000. Christian F. Martens Fleischmanns, N. Y. Phone 914-254-5321 m8cl4 225 A. FARM at Bovina, N. Y. Lg. house and barn, nice lo­ cation for hunting and other sports. Nice brook stream, spring water, Ig. frontage. Must be sold to settle estate. Price $135,000. Call 607 369- 9480 or 607 568-8604. 2ml5cl4 FOUR BEDROOMS 10 min. to Kingston, on 3 ac., Ige. living rm., kitchen-din., baths, full basement, hot water B/B oil ht., garage, price $26,900. SHANDAKEN REALTY Phoenicia, New York, 688-5703 m8cl4 Small 7-Room House 2-Story Business Building and Vz Acre of Land On Main Street, Margaretville A Money Maker! Oby Atkin 914 586-4076 Margaretville, N. Y. 12455 4m29cl4 NEAR BELLEAYRE, Ulster Co. Ski, hunt, all year round house, 11 room Victorian, 6 bd. rms., frplc, Ige dining rm., 2 Ige. Ivg. rms, full kit., util, rm., full bath, oil, hot water heat, village water & sewer, $27,500, seller take large mtge, Donnelly, 7241 Shore Road, Kings Co., N.Y. 11209. 212-836-3131. ________ jl8tfcl4 2 FOR 32—Two 2-bedroom log cabins, both completely fur­ nished, incl. stereo, w.w. car­ pets, appliances. Magnificent view, southern exposure, 690 ft. frontage on paved road, 5 min. to Belleayre. Priced be­ low cost. $32,000 for both. Call Russ at 914 - 254 - 4001 days. fl5tfcl4 20 acres, year round road frontage, electric, woods, terms, $8,400. 14.6 acres, over 450 feet on hard top road, views, $10,000. 2.6 acres, surveyed, trout stream, views, terms, $4,200. Chalet, 2 br., views, one acre, shell, terms, $8,000. MT. Realty, Roxbury 607-326-7000 —Salesmen— Harry Munsell Betsy Prout 914-586-3106 607-326-7820 4m22cl4 87-acre farm on state and town road, good buildings, only $61,- 000. 35 acres with pond, spring and •stream, wooded and open, town road frontage, only $21,000. 3 acres, fronts on Rt. 28, stream, only $5500. 24 acres with lake frontage, open and wooded, only $16,500. STROUT REALTY Bovina Center, N. Y. Clarence Bums, Broker Alan Burns, Salesman Phone 607-832-4377 5m29cl4 KORZENDORFER REAL ESTATE FOR SALE: Large country home, 7 acres, $27,000. Acre­ age, 10 to 42 acres in piece, average $1,000 an acre. Sur­ veyed. Smaller pieces 2% acres, $5,000. Large house, new fur­ nace, pltunbing, 4 acres, pond, stream, $25,000. Business op­ portunities — restaurants, ga­ rages, etc. Korzendorfer R. E. Irma M. Griffin, Salesman Roxbury, N. Y. 12474 ■ Phone (607) 326-4091 8 - ai^rtment house, $23,000. Efficiency apartments. Fine value. Restaurant and bar, $42,000. Carl G. Eignor, Salesman Fleischmanns, N. Y. Phone (914) 254-5037 m8cl4 Real Estate Wanted 15 LISTINGS WANTED — Real estate. George Pebler and Irmgard Pebler, licensed real estate salesmen in Roxbury area for M. Wadler, real es­ tate broker. Pine Hill. Phone 607-326-4441. ________ n25tfcl5 YOUR HOUSE IS TOO GOOD TO GIVE AWAY — Don’t be discouraged if a deal hasf fallen through. Sometimes without extra help you don’t spot prob­ lems that arise. Get a fresh start, got professional assist­ ance. You don’t have to stay at home and wait, give us the key and let us handle the en­ tire matter, appraising, adver­ tising, showing, arranging. List your home with us. Residential, C o m m e r c i a l , Farms, Acreage. Robert W. Andrews, Broker, Oliverea, N. Y. 12462. 914 - 254 - 5463. j4tfcl5 WANT TO SELL YOUR PROPERTY? Call us. M. & B. WADLER, Brokers Pine Hill, N. Y. Phone 254-5237 Highmoimt CLIFF BELLOWS Phone 254-5422 Fleischmanns ELAINE WADLER Phone 254-5043 Pine Hill M. ALLAN Phone 254-4146 COUPLE seeks place to live in exchange for finish work, re­ pair, remodeling, etc. Call Peter at 914 676-3202. 2m8cl7 WANTED — Unpainted weath­ ered Pine Siding. Dr. Gilbert F. Hoppenstedt, R. D. #4, Kingston, New York 12401. Tel. 331-1050. 3m5pl7 LOGS WANTED Highest prices paid for all species at roadside or delivered to mill. Fairbaim Lumber Corp., 586-4292. _______ 4mP9r17 A’TTENTION LANDOWNERS —Sell your standing timber direct to mill for highest cash price. Fairbaim Lumber Corp., 586-4292. 4m29cl7 WANTED — Old furniture, all kinds, any condition. Top cash for anything old. We clean attics, barns, cellars, garages. Professional handling of es­ tates and entire households a sjrecialty. Call collect Rudi’s Big Indian Antiques, Rte. 28, Big Indian, N. Y. 914-254- 4005. We go anywhere. f22tfcl7 LOGS WANTED MAPLE - BIRCH RED & BLACK OAK HIGHEST PRICES PAID UNLIMITED QUANTITIES NEEDED THE WILLIAMSON VENEER CO. Fleischmanns, N. Y. 12430 Phone Day 914-254-5454 Eve. 914-688-7790 alOtfcl? Automobiles 19 1972 DATSUN 240Z, 4-speed, 4,800 miles. Call Martin, 914 676-3288. _____________ m8cl9 FOR SALE — 1967 LeMans Pontiac 2-door, vinyl top. Call 586-4333 after 5. 2ml5cl9 1971 VW BUG, low mileage, good condition. Owner in the service. Call Yaekel, 586-4314 or 586-4315. ___________ m8cl9 1963 CHEVROLET %-ton pick­ up, runs fine. Tom Smith, Margaretville Gulf Service Station. m8cl9 SPRING 1973 SALE ON NEW CARS AND TRUpKSi Aut(»nobiles 19 CHICK SAYS There’s nothing new about water beds --- I slept in one until I was three years old. CHICK ELLIOTT CRAFT MOTOR CO. Your Chrysler-Plymouth-Dodge Dealer Phone 586-4365 or 586-4513 m8cl9 OK USED CARS 1970 Willys Wagoneer, 4-wh. dr.. clean. 1969 Volkswagen 2-dr. 1969 Chevrolet pickup. 1969 %-ton pickup, 4-spd. 1969 Dodge 500 hdtp. cpe. 1968 Bronco. 1968 Bel-Air s e d a n (2), std. trans. 1967 Chevy 4-dr. sed., V-8. 1967 Ford Windowed Van. 1967 VW with sun roof. 1967 Olds Cutlass Supreme 2- dr. hdtp. 1967 Olds CutlasE Supreme cpe. 1967 Camaro cpe. 1968 Chevy van, priced to go. 1965 Plymouth Fury cpe., good transportation at a low price. 1963 Bel-Air V-8, auto., real low mileage. Priced for quick sale. Ladenheim & Sons, Inc. Margaretville, N. Y. Phone 914 586-2671 m8cl9 Tietbohls Chevrolet, Inc. RECONDITIONED USED CARS 172 Main St., Delhi, N. Y. Phone 607 746-2154 1972 Impala 4-door sedan, pow­ er steering, power brakes, radio. 1971 Chevrolet Impala 4-door. 1971 Plymouth Fury 4-door. 1971 Vega station wagon, 4* cylinder, 4-speed, radio. 1970 Nova SS 396 with turbo- hydramatic transmission, and radio. 1969 Pontiac Grand Prix, 400 engine, radio. 1969 Impala Custom coupe, V-8, automatic, power steering. 1969 Oldsmobile Delta 88. 1968 Plymouth Satellite con­ vertible. For the best in transportation, call Delhi 607-746-2154 Open Monday-Saturday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Evenings by Appointment mScl9 Shoppers’ Paradis! ' Cfuality U s e d Car* CJheck our new low prices on inventoried product. Ladenheim & Sons, Inc. m8cl9 Margaretville, N. Y. Phone 914 586-2671 PINDAR’S USED CARS Grand Gorge, N. Y. Phone 607 588-7551 '72 Vega wagon. ’72 Buick Skylark sed., air. ’72 Vega cpe., 4-spd. ’72 Dodge Dart sed. ’71 Maverick sed. ’70 Chevelle cpe., 4-spd. ’70 Ford Country sed. wagon. ’70 Chevy Impala spt. sed. ’70 Nova, 8, p.g. ’70 Chevy 'Townsmen wag. ’69 Chevelle cpe., 8, p.g. ’69 CHievelle sed., a., p.g. ’68 Chevy Biscayne sed., 6, p.g. ’68 Chevelle 4-dr. ’68 Camaro cpe., 8, p.g. ’66 Ford Coimtry sed. wagon. ’66 Chevy Impala conv. ’72 Chevy ’72 Chevy ’71 Chevy ’70 Dodge ’70 Chevy ’70 Dodge ’70 C3ievy ’68 Chevy ’59 Willys m8cl9 %-ton pickup, 4-spd. Blazer with plow. %-ton pickup, auto. %-ton, 6, 4-s^. %-ton, 4 wh. dr. ^^-ton pickup. 1 %-ton, 40 series. %-ton pickup, 3-spd. Jeep with plow. dl4tfcl5 W. S. HINKLEY & SON INC. GRAND GORGE 607 588-7522 Used Cars 1972 Ford Torino 2-dr. hdtp. 1972 Ford LTD 4-dr. 1972 Datsun sta. wagon. 1971 Ford Torino 2-dr. hdtp. 1971 Maverick 2-dr. 1970 Maverick 2-dr. 1970 Ford Torino 4-dr. 1970 Ford LTD 4-dr. 1969 Torino GT, 4-spd. 1969 Ford Galaxie 500 2-dr. 1969 Buick Riviera. 1969 Fairlane 500 4-dr. 1969 Ford LTD 4-dr. hdtp., air. 1969 Ford Torino GT 2-dr. 1968 Pontiac sta. wag. 1968 Plymouth 4-dr. 1968 Chevy Caprice 4-dr. 1967 Olds Chatlass conv. 1967 Ford sta. wag., std. 1967 LTD 4-dr. hdtp. 1966 Mustang hdtp. 1966 Cairysler Newport 4-dT. 1972 Ford FlOO with camper. 1971 Ford XLT pickup. 1970 Ford %-ton pickup. 1969 Clievy %-ton. 1968 Dodge %-ton. 1968 Chevy %-ton. 1968 Ford 1-ton. 1967 Ford 4-wh. dr. 1967 Dodge %-ton. 1966 Ford %-ton. 1962 Jeep sta. wag. m8cl9 - 1973 Gran Torino 2-dr. hdtp., V-8, a.t., p.s. 1972 Maverick 2-dr., 6-cyl., a.t. 1970 Toyota. 1967 Chevrolet Bel-Air 4-dr., V-8, a.t. 1966 Chevrolet Impsda 4-dr. V8, a.t„ p.s. 1965 Chevrolet Impala SS 2-dr. hdtp., V-8, a.t., p.s. 1965 Ford L'TD 4-dr., V-8, a.t., p.s. 1971 Dodge %-ton pickup with box cover, V-8, a.t. 1971 Ford FlOO, V-8, 3-spd. 1963 Chevrolet %-ton cab and chassis. 1947 Ford 6-cyl. dump truck. 8’ Chevrolet pickup box. If you are looking for a good buy on a new car that gives good gas mileage—see us. We have one 1972 Pinto in stock. W ill sell for below dealer cost. Warren Smith, Pine HiU 254-5657 A. H. TODD & SON, INC. Fleischmanns, N. Y. Phone 254-5550 Open Evenings by Appointment m8cl9 CRAFT MOTOR CO. GREAT SAVINGS ON ’THE CARS LISTED BELOW 1971 Cricket. 1971 Dodge Charger. 1971 Plymouth Satellite-wagon, V-8, a.t., p.s. 1971 Olds Cutlass Suj^eme, a.t., p.s., p.b., ex. condition. 1971 Chevrolet pickup, a.t., p.s., p.b. 1970 Plymouth custom sta. wag., V-8, a.t., p.s. 1969 Chrysler 300 4-dr. hdtp., a.t., p.s. 1969 Plymouth Fury I. 1969 Chrysler New^wrt 4-dT. sed. 1969 Plymouth Satellite st*. wag., V-8, a.t., p.s. 1969 VW 2-dr. 1969 Chevrolet 6-cyl. pickup, 6%’ box. 1968 Chrysler Newport. 1968 VW 2-dr. sun roof, a.t., e*. condition, low mileage. 1968 Olds Delta 88 2-dr. hdtp., V-8, a.t., P.S. 1968 Chevrolet Biscayne 4-dr., 6-icyl., a.t., p.s. 1967 Plymouth conv. 1967 Chrysler conv. 1967 Mercury Cougar 2-dr., a.t., p.s., a.c. 19^ Pontiac Catalina sta. wag., V-8, a.t., p.s. 1966 Chevrolet Malibu conv. MANY, MANY MORE CARS^ AT CHEAPER PRICES CRAFT MOTOR CO., INC. Chrysler - Plymouth - Dodge Sales-Service Margaretville, N. Y.—586-4305 or Evenings Call: Chick Elliott 586-4513 Sam Craft 586-43C6

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