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NEWS. Mar^retville, N. Y. Thurs., June 7, 1973—Page Three T r e m p e r s l d l l By Mrs. Albertus Marshall Tremperskill, June 7 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Place of Carthage were Saturday guests of his sister, Mrs. Ray Winner. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Abrams and son spent the holiday weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln Abrams. Mr. and Mrs. Eric Butler of Baltimore visited his grand­ father, Milford Butler, Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Mildred Kilpatrick and daughter-in-law, Mrs. Herman K ilpatrick of W alton, were Sunday guests of Milford Butler. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Tuttle and daughter, Carol, spent the holiday weekend with his broth­ er-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Treat, and family and his mother, Ada Tuttle, a t Cheshire, Conn., and attended the wedding Friday evening of his nephew, Charles Treat. Mrs. Ada T uttle is again a patient in the Yale-New Please Come Get JMe Many articles left with us for cleaning have been finished and on our racks for more than 30 days. As we cannot be responsible for those articles after 30 days, we would greatly appreciate your calling for them immediately, or arrange with us for insured vault storage at our usual reasonable rates. THANK YOU A special mothproofing process is applied without charge to all garments we dry clean. Royal Cleaners MAIN STREET PHONE 586-4414 MABGARETVILLE Haven hospital at New Haven, Conn. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Butler of Walton spent Memorial Day with his father, Milford Butler. Mrs. Ray Winner and grand­ children, Michael and Debbie Ackerley, were Tuesday guests of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Steven Moxham of Stamford. Mr. and Mrs. Albertus Mars­ hall and son, Jeff spent Friday evening with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Marshall at Grand Gorge. Saturday evening they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Scully and son, Chuckie of Margaretville. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Norris and family of Kingston spent the weekend with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Weaver Sr. and Mrs. Conger Norris. Conger Norris returned home from the Decoration Day guests of Mr. and Mrs. W arren Weaver Sr. were Jerry Navitol and sons of Bohemia, L. I., and Mr. and Mrs. Cullen Tait and family of Delhi. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Conklin and daughter, Tamara, of One- onta visited his grandfather; Milford Butler, Saturday after­ noon. Mrs. Virginia Weaver, son, Alan, and granddaughter, S\isie, were in Kingston Wednesday evening attending a band concert in which her granddaughter, Darla Norris, participated. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Weaver Sr. were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Tompkins of Downsville, Mr. and Mrs. George Lare of Liberty, Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Helf and family of Centerreach, L. L, Mr. and Mrs. Margaretville hospital on Mem­ orial Day. William Boidi and children of Saugerties and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hemmings of W o ^ - bourne, visiting their son, Tom, who resides at the Weaver home. Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln Abrams and Mr, and Mrs. Russell Dowie are spending a few days this week on Long Island. Mr. and Mrs. Albertus Marshall are in charge of the store during their absence. M ary Graduates Mdss Mary Louise Mimsell of ^ x b u r y received an associate in applied science degree in nursing Sunday afternoon in ccOTimencement exercises a t Mo­ hawk Valley Community col­ lege in Utica. F O R R E N T CHAINSAWS - FLOOB POLISHERS HAND SANDERS - H” DRILLS - FLOOR SCRUBBERS - BUG SHAMPOOEBS CmCCLAB and OIO SAWS 16-FT. LAODEBS POWEB LAWN MOWEBS Wonld yon like a day off from yonr kttchoir Let ns waali. wax and poUah yonr flo w . No job too big or gmalL T H E H A M > Y CLEANING & RENTAL SERVICE HALCOTTSVILLE. N. T. 12488 Monday Thru Saturday Telephone 607-326-7050 N o n c E The w ater will be shut off for repairs June 11th in the follow­ ing areas of the Village of Mar­ garetville: Maple St., Orchard St. (east of W alnut), Church St., Austin St. and Kennedy Heights. In case of inclement weather, work will be done the following day. W ater Department Village of Margaretville je7c H O U S E P A I N T I N G e x t e r i o r / INTERIOR Highest Quality Paints For Free Estimate Call 914 586-4459 MEDALLION CORNISH O S C A R M AYER C O T T O SA L A M I 8 ^ 2 . P K O T ^ 2 4 - 3 2 Oz. Avg. GMIEHENS Ad E f feetlvt June 5-8, 1973 Quantity Rights H»$erved Black L a M Sllead Hamiel B«coit u. RoHi Ffniiifiif - Li: Food Club All Haat ^ ^ a Ring Bologna 8 9 ^ H FRESH CHICKEN FROZEN CHOPPED BONELESS VEAL BREASTS STEAKS GRADE A 1 Lb. 9 9 ^ . DEL MONTE ^ ^ nNDER ® jl|1 DEL MONTE SPINACH ___ VSAVt SWEET PEAS - FRUIT COCKTAIL Pure PorK Hormei Sau$age»“ ; 7 9 ^ Hormel Kieibasa 57« Botton Bonnie Flounder or Haddock Fish Dinners 61 DEL MONTE VAC PAC_ C /’I C O R N 'i^ @ Rath Golden Harvest Smoked Chops or P O R K LOIN R O A S T S Skin Cream Noxzemo V( 129 6 Oz. Jar Deodorant Dial PEAR S HALVES— 31 89 7 Oz. Spray Can 9 9 « Bactine Spray 4.5 Oz. Cntr 9 9 t Twice Fast AS Aspirin ^ o l g k g k t Anakiesic Bufferin'oo V Ame’iica'ft “S m I S CMklmk! EXCIUSIVE TO VICTODY CUSTOMERS! Get aR 12 Volumes- Buy one a week! COOKBOOKS 'BUtnChockffL $ | 9 9 im- a i s f i s ___________ REYNOLDS WRAP 200 Foot Roll $ 1 7 9 m th this Vendor’s Coupon , ICO STAMPS In purchase each Weaver’s Party Pack raiiD CHICKEN Chicken Breasts or Dutch-Frye Victory thru June 9, 7973 With this Vendor’s Coupon 50 STAMPS On purchase of 8 Oz. Pkg. Weaver's CHICKEN ROLI iii Good at Victory thru June 9. 1973 111 EVERYDAY LOW PRICE PLUS S&H GREEN STAMPS GOLD MEDAL FLOUR 47 SHORTENING 77 3 Lb. 1 Oz. Giant S ize Bex FAB DETERGENT GELATIN All Flavors 3 Oz. Pkg. I With this Vendor’s A C K Coupon SCJ-40 w r r of 48 oz. I ' RAIN BARREL FABRIC SOFTENER ' this Vendor's A H ^ T T p w c A a s ^ ! f \ mCoupoa | | | ^ U r r o f l l J a r s I | BEECHNUT STRAINED BABY FOOD * * With this Vendor’s Coupon I 'With this Vendor’s n t g k t S K On purchase - Coupon 1 / ^ u r r ot 1-lb. tin | I CHASE i SANBORN COFFEE ! ^ Good at Victory thru June 9, 1973 | 7^ OFF X T - I I With this Vendor's # ■ w r r of 6V. oz. GORTON’S MINCED CLAMS | 10< OFF of 6 Jars I BEECHNOT JUNIOR BABr m | | On purchase of 5 lb. 4 oz. Box | G A I N i at Victory thru June 9, 197$ | DISTRICT MEETING NCm C E IS HEEIEBY GIV­ EN THAT the Annual Meeting of the inhabitants of Margaret- ville Central School District of Margaretville, New York will be held in the auditoriiun of Central School Building on June 12, 1973 a t 7:80 P.M. (DST) for the purpose of: 1. Electing a member of the Board of. Education for a five- year term to succeed Eliza­ beth D. Sanford, whose term expires. 2. Adopting a budget for the 1973-74 school year. 3. Voting upon the following resolution: RESOLVED, that the Board of Education of Margaretville Central School District, Mar­ garetville, New York is here­ by authorized and directed to purchase one ( 1 ) 66 passenger school bus and expend there­ for a sum not exceeding $ 12 ,- 939.65, which said total sum of $12,939.65, or so much thereof as may be necessary, shall be raised by tax on tax- a jle property of the school district to be collected in an­ nual installments and to issue obligations of the district thsrefor in accordance with th 3 Education Law and Local Finance Law. 4. T ransacting any other busi­ ness that may be legally brought before the meeting. TAKE NOTICE THAT 1. Petitions nominating candi­ dates for member of the Eoard of Education shall be filed with the district clerk not later than the fourteenth day preceding the meeting. Forms providing the neces­ sary information may be ob­ tained from the clerk. Each petition m ust be directed to the clerk of the district, must NOTICE OF COM PLBnON OF TENTATIVE ASSESSMENT ROLL (Pursuant to Sections 506 and 1526 of the Real Proj>erty Tax Law) HEARING OF COMPLAINTS Notice is hereby given that the Assessors of the Town of Hardenburgh, County of Ulster, have completed the tentative assessment roll for the current year and th a t a copy has been left with Town Clerk at MiU- brook Road, where it may be seen examined by any interest­ ed person until the third Tues­ day in June. The Board of Assessment Re­ view will meet on June 19 be­ tween the hours of 4 p.nx and Brook Community Hall m said town; to hear and examine all complaints in rela­ tion to assessments, on the ap­ plication of any person believ­ ing himself to be aggrieved 19 ^ated this 4th day of June, W arren C. Todd. Chairman Hugh Barnhart Evan O. Todd Assessors be signed by at least twenty- five qualified voters of the district, and must state the name and residence of the candidate, and must describe the specific vacancy for which the candidate is nominated including at least the term of office 3 nd the name of the last incumbent. 2. A copy of the budget adopted by the Board of Education can be obtained by any inter­ ested person at the school office during office hours, be­ ginning June 5, 1973. WILLIAM A. HUBBELL Clerk, Board of Education Dated: May 17, 1973 4je7c CER1AlN-TO-n£ASE W T S ™ Shirts Ties Jackets Underwear Slacks Suits Socks Sweaters Nenrast 197S Stgrles in Frainal Wear ROYAL DISCOUNT CLOTHING $ Main S t ' Margaretville Tel. 586-4414 0 ' Men’s F a n c y S h o r t S l e e v e K n i t S h i r t s • All Sizes, Assorted Colors Men’s K n i t P a n t s $ 9 .9 5 - $12 .9 5 ' Men’s S p o r t O x f o r d s L o a f e r s $ 4 .9 8 TIES — SOCKS — WRIST WATCHES — FANCY BELTS — ELEC. SHAVERS — BILLFOLDS and MANY OTHER GIFT ITEMS FOR FATHER’S DAY up All Kinds of PICNIC CX)ODS, LAWN CHAIRS, METAL LAWN TABLE, BAR­ BECUE GRILL, SINGLE and DOUBLE HIBACHI Ladies’ SLACKS and S l a c k S u i t s a n d M a t c h i n g T o p s Ladles’ S h o r t s - S l e e v e l e s s C o t t o n T o p s Children’s S h o r t s a n d S l a c k S e t s - K n i t T o p s • e x to 14 ..0 . BEECHNUT BABY JUICE RAIN BARREL FABRIC SOFTENER i BEECHNUT STRAINED BABY FOOD OAC A E r < ™ “ c On ourekmMm at S Ih. S o i. Bok 1 B l u e D e n i m S l a c k s a n d J a c k e t s FATHER’S DAY CARDS and GIFT WRAP When in Doubt . . . G I V E F a t h e r a G i f t C e r t i f i c a t e M a r g a r e t v i l l e D e p t S t o r e “THE FRIENDLY STORE” M. Sperling, Mgr. Tel. 586-4314 NOTICE OF COMPLETION OF TENTATIVE ASSESSMENT ROLL (Pursuant to Sections 506 and 1526 of the Real Property Tax Law) HEARINli Uf COMPLAINTS Notice is hereby given that the Assessors of the Town of Andes, County of Delaware, have completed the tentative assessment roll for the current year and that a copy has been left with Town Clerk at Andes, where it may be seen and ex­ amined by any interested per­ son until the third Tuesday in June. The Assessors will be in a t ­ tendance with the tentative assessment roll on June 19 be­ tween the hours of 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. The Board of Assessment Re­ view wiU meet on June 19 be­ tween the hours of 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. In said town, to hear and examine all complaints in rela­ tion to assessments, on the ap­ plication of any person believing himself to be aggrieved. Dated this 1st day of June, 1973. Donald Liddle Lawrence Emerson Ernest Stevens 2jel4c Assessors NOTICE OF COMPLCTION OF TENTATIVE ASSESSMENT ROLL (Pursuant to Sections 506 and 1526 of the Real Prooerty Tax Law) HEARING OF COMPLAINTS Notice is hereby given that the Assessors of the Town of Roxbury, County of Delaware, have completed the tentative assessment roll for the current year and that a copy has been left with Town Clerk at Rox­ bury, where it may be seen and examined by any interested per­ son until the third Tuesday in June. The Assessors will be in at­ tendance with the tentative assessment roll on June 9 and June 16 from 10 a.m. until 12 noon at the office of the town clerk. The Board of Assessment Re­ view will meet on June 19 be­ tween the hours of 5:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m. at the Roxbury Fire Hall in said town, to hear and examine all complaints in relation to assessments, on the application of any person be­ lieving himself to be aggrieved. Dated this 4th day of June, 1973. Richard Bouton John Shultis Donald Kellerhouse je7c Assessors NOTICE New York State Electric & Gas Corporation has filed to become effective June 14, 1973, subject to acceptance by the Public Service Commission, re­ visions to its Electric Rate Schedule P.S.C. No. 113 applica­ ble in its Binghamton, East Central, Elmira, Ithaca, North Central, Northeast, and South­ east Areas, as follows: Service Classification No. 1, applicable to residential service throughout the entire territory, has been changed to provide the following net monthly rates: First 12 KWH or less $2.00, next 43 KWH at 4.92c per KWH, next 45 KWH at 3.89c per KWH, next 400 KWH at 2.97c per KWH, next 500 KWH at 2.87c per KWH, over 1.000' KWH at 2.15c per KWH. The rate for off-peak service, Spe­ cial Provision (a), has been changed to provide a net charge of $4.30 for the first 150 KWH or less and 1.45c per KWH for all use over 150 KWH. Special Provision (b). Space Heating Service, has been revised to pro­ vide for a net rate of 1.96c per KWH for use in excess of 550 KWH per month. Service Classification No. 2, applicable to small general serv­ ice throughout the entire terri­ tory, has been changed to pro­ vide net monthly demand charges of $2.65 per KW for the next 5 KW in excess of the first . 5 KW and $2.40 per KW for all use over 10 KW. The energy charge has been changed to provide for net monthly rates as follows: First 12 KWH or less at $2.00, next '88 KWH at 4.62c per KWH, next 250 KWH at 3.65c per KWH, next 1,650 KWH at 2.76c per KWH, next 2.000 KWH at 1.95c per KWH, over 4,000 KWH at 1.65c per KWH. Special Provision (a). Space Heating Service, has been changed to provide a net rate of 1.96c per KWH. Service Classification No. 3, applicable to large general serv­ ice throughout the entire terri­ tory, has been changed to pro­ vide for monthly net demand charges as follows: First 100 KW at $2.25 per KW, next 200 KW at $1.90 per KW, next 700 KW at $1.70 per KW, next 14.000 KW at $1.55 per KW, over 15,000 KW at $1.45 per KW. The net energy charges per month have been changed as follows: First 10,(XX) KWH at 2.21c per KWH, next 190,000 KWH at 1.51c per KWH, over 200.000 KWH a t 1.27c per KWH except over 200 hours’ use and up to 350 hours’ use of billing demand a t 1.03c per KWH, over 350 hours’ use up to 500 hours’ use of billing demand at 0.91c per KWH, over 5(X) hours’ use of billing demand at 0.76c per KWH. Service Classification No. 6 , applicable to outdoor lighting for residential, commercial and industrial customers where ap­ plicable electric service is avail­ able has been changed to pro­ vide for monthly net lamp charges as follows: 7,000 Nomi­ nal Lumen Mercury Vapor at $5.75 per lamp, 20,000 Nominal Lxmien Mercury Vapor at $9.25 per lamp, and 52,(X)0 Nominal Lumen Mercury Vapor a t $ 1 6 .^ p«r lamp. The charge for addi­ tional wood poles installed for lamps has been changed to $1.50 per month. Full details of the changes may be obtained by reference to the complete rate schedule on file at the (^rporation’s offices. NEW YORK STATE ELECTRIC & GAS CORPORA-nON 4jel4c

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