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PAGE 8 TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 16,1971 THE JOURNAL Announcements PITV PAD PROMPT SERVICE III I I UH D 393T3232 _ Ji ^^_ FOUND 3 heifers. Owner may claim by identifying, paying' for this a d and pasture. 393-2449. YELLOW TAXI 393-2121 LOST: YELLOW AND WHITE MALE TIGER CAT NAMED TUFFY, Any street between Lafayette and OFA. Please check garage and old buildings, REWARD for return or information to 906 Caroline St. 393- 2453. • CAR WON'T START? For fast service call Pray's Chevron, Heuvelton! 344- 7992. Automotive TODAYS SPECIAL '70 Falcon Stantion Wagon . MORT BACKUS '393-5899 OGDENSBURG 1964 Chev. Automatic 6. $150, 1336 Ford Street, Phone 393-5043. IMPERIAL CHRYSLER |PLYM0UTH VALIANT CRICKET j SNO-JETS SNOWMOBILES C. J. RUSSELL 837 Statejst. Ph. 393-3210 FOR SALE -1968 Tan Volkswagon. Very good condition. Phone 393-0807 after 4:15- p.m. 1969 FORD TORINO 2 door H.T. Sharp 23,000 miles. LARRY W0RDEN USED CARS Riverside Dr. Closed Thurs. 393-47,50 1963 FORD GALAXIE STATION WAGON, Radio, heater, automatic transmission, two extra wheels and tires. $235.00,618 Morris St. Phone 393- 2732. FOR SALE-1957 Ford pickup 3 quarter ton. All in good shape. First $200 takes it. Call 393-0307. Employment Opportunity TEXAS REFINERY CORP. offers opportunity for high income PLUS regular cash and vacation bonuses, abundant fringe benefits to mature man in Ogdensburg area. Regardless of experience, air mail A. K. PATE, Pres., Texas Refinery Corp., Box 711, Fort Worth, Texas 76101. TO PLACE A CLASSIFIED PHONE 393-1006 393-1003 Ads taken daily Monday thru Friday, 8:30 A.M. 5:30 P.M.; Saturday 8:45 A.M. 12:45 P.M. No Sunday calls. Stop in at the Ogdensburg Journal, 308 Isabella St. DEADLINES Classified Ads - 5:30 P.M. day before Classified display, 12 P.M. -1 Day before publication. Friday Noon for the Sunday \dvance-News . CANCELLATIONS 5:30 P.M. day before publication. By 10 A.M. Saturday for Sunday. CORRECTIONS' Allowance made for 1 incorrect in- sertion only. TRANSIENT RATES Minimum -15 Words Consecutive Insertions Charge Per Word 1 to 3 Times 4 to 6 Times 7 Times •8%c 8c 7%C Cash Per Word 8c 7%c 7C CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Rates based On A 6 Column Page 1 Time $2.93 per column inch. 3 Consecutive times $2.67 per inch per day. 7 Consecutive times $2.40 per inch per day. Cash rate applies when bill is paid until 7 days of 1st insertion. Low Contract Rates On Request BOX RENTAL For Blind Ads 35c for pick up replies 70c for mail replies PHONE 393-1003 393-1006 LET OUR READERS \GOBBLE UP\ YOUR BARGAINS jj| THE DAYS MAY BE GETTING COOL BUT THE CLASSIFIED ADS ARE STILL HOT Mobile Homes FOR RENT 1965 MOBILE HOME, furnished, Lisbon area, 393-5007 after 5. Help Wanted Male WANTED single man for general farm work. Phone 393-5699. Employment Wanted~ •Young teenage boy would like odd jobs or babysitting. Call after 4:00 p.m. 393- 5628.. Farm Produce RED DELICIOUS, Cortland, prairie Spy. Twenty varieties. Open all winter. Gordon Hill's Orchard stand, third left north from Alexandria Bay. FOR SALE - Buttercup squash 10 cents a pound, $3.00 a bushel. A. W. Mayne, Lisbon Phone 393-3068. FRESH CIDER $1.10 GAL. your con- tainer, variety apples $3.00 bu. Nov. 12 to'27,_2 miles, below Red Mills, Rt. 37, 393-3479. Meats And Poultry n FRESH TURKEYS Oven Ready •60 Ibi Order by Nov. 20th) Phone 393-2195 FOR SALE, 40 WHITE LEGHORN PULLETS, laying, $1.50 each. Phone 344-7130. Larry Crowe FOR SALE OR TRADE, - Roasters, Pullets, $1.50 each, Ducks $2.00 each, Geese $5.00 each, Sow pig, Farrow Dec. or trade for calves 393-1419. HEAVY HALLCROSS HENS, laying, $1.00 each. Morris Smithers, Ren- sselaer Falls 344-2339. GRAIN FEED STATE INSPECTED LIGHT PORK, by side or whole pig. Ward Willard Heuvelton, 344-6651. FOR SALE OVEN DRESSED LARGE broadbreasted cornish roosters. Average 7 to 10 lbs. 55 cents per lb. Ken Crowe, Heuvelton, 344-7130. Pets FOR SALE - Male & Female white AKC registered French poodles 8 weeks old $75 each. 393-5360 or 407 Ford Avenue. Merchandise GET DETAILS FOR ECKOWARE •Prepare Your Car For Winter Now Don't Wait S&H GREEN STAMPS A. ft. MERRILL 424 New York Ave. 393-1880 CHROME SNARE DRUM, stand, cymbal, sticks, practice pad, carrying case. New condition - retails 59.99, asking 30.00. Call 393-4416. after five. F0R x SALE - Bird feeder, chrome ash' stand, large covered roaster, tea pot, linen tablecloths, daisy afghan, ladies hand-knit white sweaters. Phone 393- 4582. COMPLETE SET, UNIVERSAL STANDARD, ENCYCLOPEDIA, & supplement, updated, $10, wooden door, frame & storm door. 8 com- bination storm windows, 393^5935 after 5. DECEMBER IS NEAR, GET CHRISTMAS CASH B Y SELLING HERE - YOU CAN for only $1 through classified want ads when you place them in the Journal. Noncommercial Advertisers can place a 20 word ad, 6 days for the total cost of $1. To sell, buy or trade any item priced $300 or under. Just call Gert or Pat. 393-1003 or 393-1006. Merchandise Classified Ads 20 WORDS - 6 DAYS -- ONLY $1.00 Apply to any private ad for merchandise priced under $300 ASK FOR \CERT\ or \PAT\ PH. 393-1003 or 393-1006 U-. FOR SALE - Clarinet $80. cash. Phone 393-3153 after 4 p.m. NO regret, the best yet; Blue Lustre\ cleans carpets beautifully. Rent electric shampooer $1. Moore's Paint Headquarters. FOR SALE - Wringer washer. Make - Maytag. Nearly new, asking $75. 218 Burton Lane: Phone 393-5304. FOR SALE 1-4 BURNER GAS STOVE, $20, Automatic Washer and dryer combination, $35. 393-5929 FOR SALE - Gas stove $75, perfect condition, clean. Steel wardrobe closet with shelf $35. 393-5360 or inquire 407 Ford Avenue. FOR SALE - Snowmobile sled. Phone 393-6482 or 507 Albany~~ Ave. Don McCargar, asking $60. Wanted To Buy WANTED TO BUY small chest type freezer. Phone 393-4814. Real Estate For Rent FOR RENT -12 x 50 mobile Home bet- ween DeKalb Junction and Canton. Contact Reginald Hendrick, DeKalb 355-2034. i BEDROOM FURNISHED APART- MENT all utilities included, $135 a month, adults, i>o pets 393-1140. Real Estate For Sale FOR SALE-^- 3 bedroom ranch styled home. Built-in kitchen, wall-to-wall carpeting, attached garage. 393-4243. Legal Notices LEGAL NOTICE GMAC WILL SELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION ON 11-24-71 at 11 a.m. at Ray Geary Chev., Ogdensburg One 1966 Chevrolet Serial Number 15369G124270. GMAC reserves the right to bid at such sale. RITE'S 301-309 North Water Street SAVE 46.07 2 Pc. Living Room Suite $13388 • Olive & Rust Tweed • Sofa & Chair Was $179.95 PAY LESS FOR TWIN STUDIO • Brown SAVE \31 .95 • Tan *\ •* - ' - - •Blue *gg Reg, SAVE s 70.45 2 Pc. NYLON Sofabed Suite $179 50 J. $119.95 Tightly woven ^^ ^ gJ ^_ g ? SAVE s 29.40 • Modern Styling • Regular |249.95 4 Pc. Walnut Bedroom e B n . .. ,.. a8 •Dresser • Mirror §101*00 *> •*» Dllietfe *\)4| 0 0 • 8 Drawer Double Chest | £,U Reg. $154.40 * Tgb'e * 4 Chairs Reg. $69.95 6 Cu. Ft. Chest Freezer *149 95 20\ Electric Range s 129 95 Many Unadvertised Specials •Bed See How You SAVE at RITE'S Recliners $ 49 $AQ95 Swivel Rockers s 44 50 SAVE $ 15 07 ON COMPLETE HOLLYWOOD BED OUTFIT $7488 Reg. $89.95 • Mattress • Box Spring • Frame • Headboard SAVE $ 2 5»t Herculon ® Sofabed • Green Tweed • Brown Tweed • Seats 4 or Sleeps 2. Reg. $109.95 $3488 FUNNY FACE GAL RECUPERATING LOS ANGELES (AP) — Sandy Duncan, recuperating -at home after surgery to remove a. benign tumor from behind her left eye, is expected to return to work in two weeks on her comedy television series, \Funny Face.\ The 25-year-old actress underwent surgery Nov. 1 and left UCLA Medical Center Sunday, a spokesman ,said. Potsdam's Swim Team Set For New Season, Open Dec.4 fi^ Q^ Up Badly Polluted Lake POTSDAM —The water in the Merritt Conference (SUNYAC) swimmins and ^r *\*\ J w «••*»*• •••mw POTSDAM — Th e wate r in th e Merrit t Hall pool is being whipped into foam each afternoon now as th e Potsdam State varsity swimming team practices for the fast-approaching 1971-72 season. New swimming coach Dave Allen, seeing the team for the first time, has said \This year's team looks promising, considering this is only the fourth year Potsdam has had a team.\ Noting that he'll know more when h e •has seen his team in competition, Coach Allen said he felt the team looks \fairly good\ with most of last year's swim- mers returning an d some promising freshmen. Captained this year by butterflyer and freestyler Morris Spitzer, a senior from Yonkers, and junior Jack McAllister of Niagara Falls, who competes in the butterfly, backstroke and individual medley events, the team is striving to improve on last season's performance which placed the team seventh in the State University of New York Athletic Conference (SUNYAC) swimmin g an d diving championships. Returning lettermen who will aid in this effort are' seniors fiennis Fitch and Frank Woodley, junior Chris Utz; and sophomores Ron Koithan, Dick Sperry and Brien Stickney. Freshmen who have looked promising include Mark Henderson, Steve Fay and Rich Karr. The swimming Bears will open their 1971-72 season with „ the Plattsburgh Relays at Plattsburgh DecJ and face their first dual meet competition a t Oswego State Dec. 8. In all, there are 10 meets, three of which are triangular, on the Potsdam schedule prior to the SUNYAC championships March 3. Maldives, the smallest United Nations member, has a n area of 115 square miles and 106,000 people. Japanese take curry-filled doughnuts with their greeii tea. DIRECTORY p t OF SERVICES Permanent residents and newcomers to this area will find the Fall Directory the convenient way to solve every problem. Use it now and save it for future reference. INSTAUM AUSTIN'S AUTO GLASS & RADIATOR SPECIALIST 511 State St. A-H SANITATION SERVICE Septic tanks, cesspools, dr y wells, drains, cleaned, installed, repaired. Home office, Call collect 1-287.3481,1-800-962- 8996. 24 hour answer & service. B&LGEN. CONTRACTORS, roofing & siding, building any type Bid. Insured, Free Est. 386-2534. COMMERCIAL RESIDENTIAL OGDENSBURG WINDOWvCLEANING PH. 393-2078 \\ G. RIPLEY PRES PFS TRUCKING, NO JOB TOO SMALL. - Prompt friendly service, Enclosefd van- fully insured, ph. 393-6655. Herb Meacham - Bill McElravy. PROOF ING I AND SIDING ! CALL 393-6660 \jBm=-J I WIGHT- WALKM~mC.\ JOHN SMITH - SIDING, ALSO CAIU PENTRY ALL TYPES. FREE EST. Phone 393-4328. BLACK TOPPING & SEALING Stone & gravel. Light dozer work. Free est. 50 mile radius, Coburn Blacktopping, DeKalb Jet. 355-2241. CARPENTRY OF AL L KINDS, Paneling, Ceilings, walk in closets, Finished attics, insulating, Add-A room. Reasonable rates, All work guaranteed, Complete Home Building Service. 518-358-2866. HOME GLASS INSTALLED - Will in, stall or repair any and all glass Diet. Brennan 393-3849. Free pickup and delivery. VIENNA (AP) — Vienna's city fathers say the ''Old Danube,\ a 1.5 square kilometer lake which was badly polluted last year, is clean again and fhey credit a fish with doing most of the clean-up job. Some 1,000 Chinese grass fish—with the long-winded Greek^Latin name \Czeopharyngoden- Idella\^-were placed into the \Old Danube\ after Viennese feared their favorite recreation spot might have to be closed down because of increasing pollution. The fish generally are known as \White Amur,\ after the border river between the Soviet Union and Com- munist China,'and where they repor- tedly originate. They were already val- ued in Hungary and Russia as weed killers, and imported to Austria from Hungary. Pollution of the \Old Danube\ was School Unions Plan For Merger Talks ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) -TheNew York State Teachers Association and the United Teachers of. New York State, AFL-CIO, the two rival teachers unions in the state, will conduct merger talks beginning Nov. 30, the leaders of both groups announced today. The announcement was made in a joint statement, issued by NYSTA President Thomas Y; Hoba'rt and tJTNY. President Albert Shanker. Shanker, whose New York City-based union formerly was called the United Federation of Teachers, made the original overtures for the possible • merger, culminating iii a news con- ference last Monday. Before ending a three-day convention in Syracuse last Tuesday, NYSTA delegates approved a general resolution \to continue and expand discussion leading to a possible mef ger of all teachers i n New York State into one \ organization.\ The location of the talks will be an- nounced later, the statement said. NYSTA represents about 105,-000 teachers, mostly in upstate areas, while Shanker's new union claims a. mem* bership of 90,000, The New York City UTNY local alone has 55,000 members. Former NYSTA .President Emanuel Kafka conducted preliminary, ex - ploratory merger talks with Shanker in August, but Kafka said at the opening of the NYSTA conference last week that \our members by and large are not prepared to join the AFL-CIO and Shanker is not strong enough to leave it.\ caused by a large water fowl'population and humans who neglected sanitary measures, causing the lake's weeds to grow by leaps and bounds. One of the first moves was to have the water birds shooed away, humans were ordered to comply with sanitary regu- lations, and the fish started to devour the weeds. They eat nothing but vegetables. To gain one kilogram of weight they need approximately 60 to 80 kilos of vegetables. When they were set out in the \Old Danube\ fhey weighed about a quarter of a kilogram and now some tip the scales at 2.5 kilos. After acclimatization they were first tried outin a small, weed-invested pond in Styria province. After one season, the fish had eaten all the weeds and con- sequently had to be fed with land-grown weeds. Acclimatizatibh posed the biggest problem, 'fhe city's press Office ex- plained that Austrian waters in summer were colder than the Amur river and thus the fish refused to produce any off- spring. After hormone treatment and a reasonable acclimatization period they finally began to multiply., The \Old Danube\ is a cutoff branch of the Danube river. Originally it was part of the Danube which passed through Vienna with many branches. This caused a number of floods and in the last century, an artificial bed was dug for the river, liiied by darhs.- The \Old Danube\ remained on the northern side of one dam, fed from the main river by water filtering under the dam. It became Vienna's only beach. There are scores of swimming fa'eilitieSialohg its banks, as well as boat and bathing houses. On Sundays, the \Old Danube\ ispopulated by thousands of swimmers and dotted by numerous sailing and row boats. ^iiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiii: ( < iimiiiimmiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii ->

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