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m THE JOURNAL-NEWS. NYACK, N. Y.. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 29, 1940 YOUR AD ON THIS PAGE WILL GOST LESS WHEN PAID FOR IN ADVANCE OF INSERTION NOTICES CtOBINO TIME FOR CLASSIFIED ADS 9:30 A.M. KINDLY CO-OPERATE Bl PHONING BEFORE THAT HOUR public N otices FOR LOANS consult Nymck Bank and Trust Co. My wife, A*nea Hod eon. having l«r» my bed and board, I will not ho re sponsible for debt* contracted by her .rtirwtw LIA.'I'U .111. PIANO TUNING, re; .waard Jr., formerly Vald. Suffem. Phone pan ,1 II. Do Muehl uffern> 170. SHADES TO ORDER. »lc!« htm and Bull tin*. 65c. Venetian Rllml, toorilBr || 75 and up. BlUa Deeoratorer pnone •Nyack U09. BUSINESS SERVICE 4UTOM( BHE9 PCin BALE 3 DAY SACRIFICE LOST AND FOUND LOST-BEAOLE HOUND, bl»ch And Un. mule. I».t nrar I'aKI.I KArm,. C. D. Olio, phorto Sulfcrn 431 Reward. . LOST — IN 8UFFERN. NEW Cl IV OR NTACK — 30 iliari'B nl Premlulr Guaranty mortgago \lock. 10 preferred, - 10 common; one 1500 Southern Con ­ necticut Mortgage Co. coupon bond, name of Adolfo and Pclorc. IMngcron Any Information contact Kenneth H Hose. Phone Huffern 60. automobiles \ automobiles for sale Here ’ s Where Christmas Club Checks Bring Big Dividends LOOK AT. THESE VALUES BEFORE YOU BUY ELSEWHERE , HUICK SEDAN 39 CHRTSLKU SKDAfJ NEW YORK BR ;:x. CHEVROLET CI.UU •675 795 *475 475 ’ 450 3r COUPE, HADip. • PLYMOUTH DELUXE SH SEDAN, HEATEH . OLD8MOBILE SEDAN OO FOUR DOOR, Heater. M CHRYSLER ROY/ if SEDAN. RADIO « PACKARD 120 R H if COt/PE, HEATER ... OLZ) 1 PLYMOUTH 4 DOOR •OOC DELUXE SEDAN ... iLO 37 MANY OTHER LATE MODELS ALL MAKES TERX1S ARRANGED H. LOCKE, Inc. Corner Mainland Highland. Nyack Phone Nyack USt BUY YOUR USED CAR FROM A RELIABLE DEALER Every ueed car Uotoughly checked and overhauled by experienced mechanic* FAULKNER MOTOR CORP. Selling Fords for 14 Year* ' Uged Car Lot, West Nyack Rout* l». Next to MUler ’ e Milk Bar Phona Nyack 361-W C. R. JONES. Jr.. Inc, FINEST SELECTION OF O.K, USED CARS - IN BOCKLAND COUNTY THE BIS LOT WMt Nyack Phone Nyack 410 1940 Plymouth Sedan ......................... $570 m» Chrysler Royal Sedan ................. 430 tm Plymouth Sedan ......................... teo 1917 Packard Sedan, radio . ................ 338 . 1951 Plymouth Coach ......................... 270 1911 Packard Sedan .......................... 176 . a a. FLINT MOTORS. INC. Chrysler, Plymouth. Dealer. 59 Church Qtraet. Phone Spring Valley 628. C lassified I nformation Five average words make a Tine, •ounllng Inltlkla and numerals a* words Abbreviations not permitted Minimum charge three lines. BATES FOR TRANSIENT AOS . Insertion Line One 4ay . .............................. $0.14 Three consecutive days .10 81s consecutive days ...................... 01 V !• • AND • BAY KATES CHARGE t Lines .,.•.10.43 $0.90 91.44 4 Linen ........... .56 1 20 i.»2 5 lines ....... .70 1.50 2.40 t lines .94 1 80 3.81 'rBEriJS (Ceek With top,) I Line, ................. |0.3, 10.11 It.:, 4 Line, V* ............ S3 1.04 1.61 ( Line, ................ 64 1.35 3.10 « LI Me ......... .78 1 43 3 13 (Co,tnct Relee' Upoa lteqei.ll (or their protection and Identification; replies will not be de ­ livered -without preeentatlou of Identl floetlon card or ed voucher, Intermittent Ineertlone el one Urn. rele. Cberge will be made lor ectue. be for longer period. Vetuude med. tor but one Incorrect Ineertlou. Notice to dlecontinue an ed muet M given after lam. and beiore 0pm to eomo member of the Clee>Hled Ad vertlelng Department. Cancellation, made by telephone ehouid be confirm ad la writing otlterwlee The 'Journal- Nowa will not bo reeponelble tor error. Copy will k* accepted hi ■•lephuac aa charge aceomate rnim rompaolMaad tedlrMaale with ettebll-bej eredlt, paid ■ is adraaca eaheertbere and lko» lined la the aamai Uockiaad t onal) dlnc- tor) af U# Raw Teri Talepkoae tow Thane chargee are wade lor year eoa.ealeace and yoer tooperatloa In eaildiad la .raiapt paymeai of a<> eoaai wkaa hill la readered. The followleg anwhere art direct wire, la Th* Joeraal-K.n. ofne. I, Ryacki Ka.enmwdMh Kaneatkei RyacktH* 8 k I*« Valley I8I< i la AaH ~ It yon live Klvar. Nenuet. n . without paying toll chargM fey calling Nenuet tot. 7 If you live In Suffern. Spring Valley. Moiuey or vicinity you can phone dl- racUy to The Journal-New, ofllca In ■ Paying toll chargee by Myaefe without “ ifyou ’ M Spring Vau ’ jy'uu. Bvw In Haveretraw, Garner- Th.% 8 '\ur Point or^ vicinity, you can directly to The Journal-New, In NyaeK without saying tal', Nyack. Grand View. Piermooi ;y, cell Nyach 3300. ' sale ; OA OLDSMGB1LE il SEDAN ......................... ’ 550 TERRAFLAKE if SEDAN ........... i.. '275 n-y PLYMOUTH if MEDAN ................... . •325 PACKARD if 6 SEDAN v •350 O-T FORD 85 ‘ ‘ if SEDAN ...................... '285 DODGE if SEDAN ................. v .. ,*350 FOWJ) STATION if' WAGON .......................... ‘ 350 '225 CHEVROLET JO SEDAN ..................... .. FORD JO TUDOR . . . .. ................ *195 CHEVROLET JO . COACH .............. r» .......... EASY TERMS. TRADES AC •135 : eptei » MANY OTHKHH TO CHOOSK FHOM Get the Facts! Get Our D^al ! and you ’ 11 get a 41 For d Highest Trades Given -CENTRAL MOTOR CO. MATTRESSES ANY STYLE MATTRESS reniade, $3 up;.iipholeierlnff('itE«|tnb1iehed 30 yearn; referenefo H. V. Godwin, Moneey Phone Spring Valley 18B-F3. F ainting - paperhanging painter, decorator. Phone Nyack 1177 PAINTING. Paperhanging, Decorating Eatlmates furniahed; reasonable rates. Roy Wnnamaker, phone ,Nyack 80. PLUMBING CONTRACTORS It. H. JOHNSON, phone Congers 676. Plumbing, heating. ga». oil burners, stokers, electric pumps Installed. ' RADIO - REFRIGERATION REPAIRS, parts; radios, refrigerators, washers. 118 Main Street. NyacJk Phones: Stony Point 782, Nyack *93 WE REPAIR any AC-DC radio foi $2.00 (does not Include tubes or speak cr); SI additional for sets picked it|i and delivered at your home; aleo rc pairs on washers, lroiters % vacuunn* refrlgerntora. Meyers Electric Co., 276 Westwood Avenue. Westwoods ,.N. J Phone Westwood 1500. RADIO SERVICE/- RADIO REPAIR SERVICEV'.. Authoriaed .memhe^ Phllco It. M. K. Electrical Repairing of All Kinds Radios ami Electrical AppliuncCH. Coofafy ’ st Radio Electric Service Phone Spring Valley 73 or 687*M EMPLOYMENT HELP WAITED FEMALE •OBSERVE THESE POINTERS If You Plan To Use A Classified Ad ■GIVE lull description* bf article! STATE location of apartmant, and housai! GIVE, pricai wheravar poisible! ORDER your ad on the tix-day basis! PAY in advance and save! USE THE PHONE NUMBER NEAREST YOUR EXCHANGE Nyack 2200 Nanuet 804 Havarstraw 4000 Spring Valley 1212 Ask for An Ad-Taker ‘ MERCHANDISE FOR SALE ~ ARTICLES^FCJR SALE. Mercury, Ftirib Llm-aln-Zrj>liyr ' -Turn at Ford Sign on Route 69 Central Avenue, Spring Valley Open fcvenlng* and Sundays Phone Spring Valley 675 Holiday tted Car Specials ; from $25 in. oh W oman lusework, sleep in, okhlg. • Pfmii Bos 432. Cluster, N. J. SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE STENOGRAPHER - TYPIST., hdxinci school graduate, nlnhcs work part i full time. Phono Niimiet X*.2L SITUATIONS WANTED MALE • ELECTRIC MOTORS REWOUND — REPAIRED BOUGHT AND SOLD Oil burners, controls, repairs, blow- -ors. exh&ust- fans, air compressors. f pumps, pulleys, oelts; new, used. GENERAL EQUIPMENT CO. 83 South Broadway. Nyack Phpne 544 ... o* foot, $9*. youth b«l.r «priifg. mattress, like new, $9f caalh register, choice of three; three-gallon coffee urn. $1.76; orangeade cooler and bowl. $1.50; electric store fixtures; chest of drawers, $2;' kerosene plpeleaH heater for five or six rooms; lot of othei articles'; reason for selling — altera tions. Phono Nyack 2296-R. PAINTING, puperhanglng. Interior exterior decorating; estimates on i pair work, l^mne Nanuet 2235. INSTRUCTION MACHINISTS SPECIAL SIX WEEKS COURSE Includes operation, of lathe, turret lathe, screw machine, afld .milling machine. iRlueprJnt reading and use d( precision Iti^LQimentf NO MONEY DOWN! ONE YEAR TO PAY! The finest of Jewelry, mens and boy's clothing, ladles' and girl's clothing, radios, silverware, cameras; hunVlreds of Items for gifts and per ­ sonal use at the lowest prices. Open An Account Today KEYSTONE CREDIT CORP. 80 Main Street Nyack Placement Service HOWE TRADE SCHOOL Gregory Avenue. Passaic, N ‘ 'to. $595 ALL YEARS AND MODELS IN FO'RDS, CIH v VROLKTS. DODGES, PLYMOUTH# ETC?.' EASY TERNS ARRANGED Driscoll Chevrolet Inc. Used Car Lot Pearl River 59 East Central Avc NYACK BUICK CO., INC. USED CARS 222 Main Street Phone Nyack 2160 FRAIIN MOTORS DODGE - PLYMOUTH HEADERS 9-W aiul High Avenue, Nyack Phone 6SI USED CARS GARRABRANTS GARAGE. Sparklll Phone Plermofit 819 or. Nyack 669 ‘ “ “ BUSINESS SERVICE ‘ AUTO BODY WORKS Auto lU*ly and Fender Repairing ROCKLAND DUCO CO. Suffern Place Phone Suffern 187-W AUTO REPAIRS JERRY PRIOR, 166 Main Street, Ny- ack. Carburetor and electrical en ­ gineer; easy etartlng guaranteed. CESSPOOL CLEANING ROCKLAND CESSPOOL SERVICE. Sanitary cleaning. 24 hour service; cellars pumped. Orangeburg, N. Y Phone Plermont 6 FLOOR REFINISHING CLEANING, waxing floors Ip jtorci. private home*. Wall washing. Acme Waxing Service. Phone Nyack 2148 FURNITURE REPAIRING PHONE NYACK 1714 REPAIRING. Reflnishlng. Fphplster lAg. W. B. Schreyer, Eet. 22 years JEWELERS EXPERT WATCH and Cldok Repair Ing. all work guaranteed. Old Gold bought. Wolf Mark. US Main. Nyack , GIRLS ' Trained for positions an Ink pc for National Defense Factories, weeks, evening classes. . Complete course costs $25. 0i howe T rade school 30 Gregory Avenue, Passaic, I FINANCIAL BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES t jkroptf»ltlon for right party. Uwn PLUMBING, heating supplies; boilers, radiators, sinks, valves. Westwood Supply, 571 Broadway, Westwood. r Bellow's SAWS filed, tools sharpened, repaired; general repairing. Called for and de llvered. ’ Pearl River Cycle Shop, op |K)slte school. Phone Pearl River 978 SHUFFLE BOARDS (4). 28 feet, sac rlflce. Palais Royal, Franklin Street and Cedarhil! Avenue. Nyack. Phone Nyack 701. BUILDING MATERIALS RESTAURANT FOR SALE. In Nyack. long established business, splendid lo ­ cation; personal reason for selling Write Post Office Box 141, Nyack. STOCK. BONDS. MORTGAGES ItOCKLAND Until ami Power Com- pnny. a well and profitably managed, utility oiteruiiug company, whose com mon stock Is currently yielding about 75V. Income. Inquiries Invited. Chester A. Heltman, Spring Valley, N. Y Phone Spring Valley 279. U'Ui:i> BRICK, large quantity. Cess pool cleaning, filter beds. John Anges Phone Congers 675. HOUSEHOLD GOODS • A BARGAIN ALWAYS In NEW and USED at the BROADWAY FURNITURE EXCHANGE \New , Jersey's leading OutleP* -„For Buying or Selling Part or Complete Home Contenta One of the largest displays of Living. Dining, Bedroom. Breakfast Suites. Moor Coverings, Odd and Occasional Pieces. Etc. 335 Broadway, Westwood, N. J. Phone Westwood 51 Free Delivery LIVE STOCK « POULTRY HORSES ~ CATTLE - STOCK SHETLAND PONY, yoking, broken fo* riding and driving; Ideal Christina' gift. F. Bander, Oakinere Farm. AVesl Nyack. POULTRY • BABY CHICKS LEGHORN PULLETS (COO). five months'- old. lairensen. fjike Street, near Chestnut Ridge Rond, Montvale. N. J. Phone Park Ridge 1295. DOGS - CATS - PETS BEAGLE HOUND for sale cheap; fe male, three years old. Frank Fllor, Weal Nyack. Phona Nyack 172-J. MERCHANDISE FOR SALE ’ ARTICLE9 FOR BALE AT1.AS UKNCH 1.ATHK8. Drlv- Woodworking Machtnea, Lufkin tools Time .. payment*. Trade In your old machinery, motors, tool*. Central .Machinery Exchange, 111 Paterson Street, Paterson. Armory 4-3927 Open evenings. CLKTRAC TRACTOR. Gravely traitor snow plows to fit any car, truck or tractor: time paymenta. John Silver, phone Spring Valley 495-J. C C M ICE SKATES; hockey team* outfitted 'Pearl River Sport Shop, 1 Central Avenue, Pearl River. BETTER BUY AT BERGEN FOR A BETTER BUY OPENING SPECIALS THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY Fully Insulated, heat regulator, table top gas range with base to the Moor Regular 869.50. Special... ........... $3150 Only 10 at this price DELUXE REFRIGERATOR Regular $179.95. Special ............... $124.95 Only 7 at this price Many other specials In new and used refrigerators,, ranges, washer* - BERGEN APPLIANCE Distributor, Inc. 43 West Central Avenue, !*earl River Center Avenue, Westwood, phone 222/ 7 South Dean Street. Englewood Phone Englew ’ ood 3-2222 DINING ROOM SET, good i reasonable. Fannie Hall, Nyack. MAllIC CHEF UA8 RANGES lor bot- tied, tank and natural gas. Warrlner Smith Utilities, Spring Valley. Phone Spring Valley 900. WE8T1 NOHOUSE REFRIGERATOR. $32; Ice box. $2; small dining room set, $15; radio, $5; drenser. $4; cur talus, portieres, all good condition ; sac ­ rifice, moving. Phone Nyack 420-M When You Think of Furniture THINK OF BARON S 168 Main Street Nyack HOUSEHOLD GOODS SUCCESS ! BY POPULAR REQUEST we I an honest-to-goodnoss special • piece porcelain kitchen . act of fine quality, all colors. P'or only. .... $22.50 FOR ONE WEEK ONLY Uocklands Fastest Growing Store •Opposite Postoffice. Pearl Rlv VERY. EASY TERMS Three Rooms of Furniture Sacrificed YOUNG COUPLE'S PLANS FOR SETTING UP A HOME CHANGED BY UNAVOIDABLE CIRCUM ­ STANCES. HAVE AUTHORIZED TO DISPOSE OF BBMtOOM. AT FIRST REASONABLE OFFER. M ay be paid off WEEKLY. SEE OUTFIT AT PAUL'S. 225 WESTWOOD AVE ­ NUE. WESTWOOD, N. J. OPEN EVENINGS. MUSICAL MERCHANDISE REAL ESTATE FOR •■RENT APARTMENTS UNFURNISHED APARTMENT, fine rooms, bath, all conveniences. Phone Congers 969. , APARTMENT, three rooms, all Im- -\provements with heat. 43 Ridge Street, Pearl River. APARTME!>Fl\ s four rooms, bath, llghf, water, heat; private entrance. West' ern Highway, Blauvelt. Phone Pier- mont 659. HAVEN MANOR APARTMENTS Two- Three, Four Rooms. $30-$55 ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS Steam Heat, Hot. Water, Refrigeration Superintendent Service i Haven Court, phono Nyack 2257 APARTMENT,, four rooms, bath, mod ern Improvements; garage. Slmenov- aky, 43 Broadway, Haverstraw. Phone Haverstraw 2078. c APARTMENT, three rooms, for adults, $25; with heat, $35. % Phone Nanuet 2235., ROOMS UNFURNISHED ■FOUR ROOMS, bath, $20 monthly. Two miles from town. Mm Henry Miller. West Clarkstown Road, Spring Valley APARTMENTS — FURNISHED ROOM and-.porch, furnished or 'unfur ­ nished; gas. electric, heat, hot water supplied. Phone Nyack 1415-K. APARTMENT, two rooms, heat sup' plied, furnished or unfurnished: gar age. 237 N. Broadway, Upper Nyack APARTMENT, two rooms, furnished. - heat, fight, gas supplied; also fur nbthed rooms and for light housokeep ing. Apply Blue Lights, 194 North - 'Broadway. Nyack. HOUSES FURNISHED e TO RENT FOR WINTER month*, fur ry nlshed seven-room colonial house, mod* ern. four bedrooms, hot water hea» y two fireplaces Phone New City 2220 HOUSES UNFURNISHED • rilOUSE. five rooms. In good condition on North Midland Avenue. Nyack Phone Nyack 1771. - HOUSE, six “ rooms. Hath, newly dcco . rated, largo plot' of grbimd. $30. WRIGHT BROS. ...* •■ 94 Main Street, (over Wbolworth's) Phone . Nyack 1910 house Six Rooms. Bath Phone Nyack. 151 COTTAGE' seven roortis, on private estate, all modern conveniences, (5. E oil burner, Pyrofax gas. Frlgldalre. fireplace; garage; West Nyack com- .. muling. Phone Nanuet 2427. BUNGALOW, five rooms, all improve Improvement*. $25. Magrath, Spring Valley. ' HOUSE, five room*, all Improvements, easy to heal. Bed Hose Inn, 9-W. “ Up per Nyack. Phono Nyack 2296-R. BUSINESS PLACES FOR RENT PIANO, lovely old sr Chickerlug of Boaton, beautifully refinished. Honed like new, $100. by appointment. rorka rerondi- XMAS GIFT IDEAS CANARY BIRDS for sale, good sing ?rs, male ’ - and females; also breedln* cages' and nests. Charles ijesacl, phonf New ‘ City 2372. PUPPIES, Cocker Spaniels, registered. 3V4 months' old. H. I}- Reck, phone Haverstraw 2127. Have You Ordered Your XMAS SPENCER? Individually designed for n hulge-lcss figure and fine posture. WOOD FOR SALE, 'old fashioned round 'oak logs for • your 'Chrlatma- fireplace enjoyment. Smith ’ s Wood Yard, phone Nanuet 327. _ THE EARLY BIRD catches the worm. The early shopper gets tho best choice of Xmas gifts. Burns Hardware. 118 Main 'Street, Nyack. OUTDOOR XMAS TREES, Iprge varl ety, sixes up to 30 feet. Rockland Nur . .series, Blauvelt. Phone Plermont 6G0W SPECIAL FOR XMAS WESTINtttBWSE REFIUG ERATORS $18L75 Value for $129.96 $159 75 Value for $114.95 LIMITED QUANTITY — TERMS ROCKLAND REFRIGERATION Opposite Rockland Theater Nyaca BEDSPREADS (beautiful lilso rug. 4 for sale. Mrs. Stevens Road, Tapptfn, N. JIVE A ’ SPENCER to im you give her Improved jxjsti and comfort. D. T. Cullen. Spencer Corsetlere. Phone N l £ gal notioes Clerk'* STORE, . South Franklin Street Inquire ^ Frank'' Pul Isa. 131 Jackson Afeuue,'Nyack. \ 960. SEEDS - PLANTS - FLOWERS SHADE TREES AND EVERGREENS largo and small, for fall pla.ntlng West Nyack Nurseries, A. Schmidt. Route 69 Phone Nyack 1375-J. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE HOUSES FOR SALE TOP SOIL - FERTILIZER MANURE. $4; top soli, $2.50; screened •oil. $3.50: screened sand, grave'. $2.50; muck,' $5; I'i yard loads. Pow ­ dered manure In bags. 100 pounds. $1 Bock a f, phone Spring Valley 619-W SALE TERMS: low price, small down payment; contract • terms like rent to responsible party/ Bungalow. . five rooms and bath, running water, heat lug facilities. Bardonta-New Clt> Road, near State Police headquarters . $25 per month. The Home Building and Izoan Association. 2 North Male Street. Spring Valley. Phone 878- LOG CABIN. Hsian well. 1084. FOR SALE OR RENT WANTED TO BUY WANTED, commodes for sick room, also outside Xmas bulbs and wires, and blankets in good condition. Must he reasonable. Mary Elizabeth, . phone Spring Valley 1110. BROOKS IDE. new semi-bungalow, f|ye rooms, two baths, hot water, auto ­ matic heat, beautiful home, rent $35 per month to desirable family. R. A Knapp, Centenary, phone New City 2269 HIGHEST:A ’ RICES PAID for gll kind/ bric-a-brac, old glass; also new dishes Phone Nyack 420-M: WANT Roy's Bicycle, used, 28 Inch, brake. balloon tires; reasonable. Write Journal-News Box 315. FURNISHED ROOMS ROOMS WITHOUT BOARD ~ ROOM, large. with privileges, home ­ like. modern, heat, light, gas, central fine view; adults. Phone Nyack 810B ROOMS FOR HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS, kitchen privileges, furnished or unfumlfhffd. heated, near Lederle Lab. Gancel, Middletown Road Phone Nanuet 978. REAL ESTATE FOR RENT APARTMENTS UNFURNISHED APARTMENT, four rooms, bath; heat, hot water,'electricity supplied; refer •tice* required. Phone Nyack 1665. APARTMENT, modern, two ami half roomb with den. Friglxlaire. all mod ­ ern Improvements; garage. Phone Spring Valley 59. 10-12 A. M.. 6-7 P. M REAL ESTATE WANTED HAVE A CLIENT who wishes a bunga ­ low. fair size room*, will pay up to $1,000 cash. What have you to offer? Karl Klrchnt^ Tappan. TURN TO THE \Merchandise Foi Sale\ classification now and shop for Hie bargain* you can use. you ’ ll be surprised how much AUCTION SALES AUCTION SALE Saturday, November 30, 1940 At 1:30 P. M. Sharp 46 Washington Avenue, Suffern CONTENTS OF A FIVE-ROOM APARTMENT B. S KONIGHT, AUCTIONEER Terms Cash LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY given to the legal voters of the Central Nyack Fire District that an election will be neld at tho Central Nyack School House Central Nyack. N. Y.. on Tuesday, De cember 3. 1910, between the hours of 7 and 10 o'clock P. M., for the purpose of electing a fire commissioner for the district for a term of five years be ginning January 1, 1941 to fill the vacancy to ho created by the expira ­ tion of the term of office of G. A Wtnko. Dated: New City, N. Y.. ^ November 19, 1940. Signed: KATE BUCHENAU. Town Clerk of Clarkstown. NOTICE OF MALE S Court, State of N County of Rockland, Count 371 for 1910, HOLC Lnan No . 3 26-D-7109, PMNYA 21289. Homo Owi rs* Loan Corporation.* , Pliiintir [gainst, Margaret Clougher and Elizi ieth Clougher. Defendants. In pursuance of a Judgment pf fop losure and sale granted in Hie kbo\ entitled action at a Special Term • the New York Supreme Court held i il for the County of Rockland, at H County Court'House. New City, Ne York, on the 30th day of October, 194 and 'duly entered and filed in the O flee of the Clerk of Hie County « Rockland. I. the undersigned, the -re ce In said Judgment named, will se * public auction to. tho highest blddi tho corridor -of the Court lions Rockland County, at New City. Tow stown, in said County of Roci J -State of New. York'.on ti 16th day pf- December. 1910. at 10:1 ock.m the forenoon, all tho lam 1 premises directed to he sold ■; tl» Judgment'and described as' fo LEGAL NOTICES of October, 1940 or at any time there ­ after, of. in. and to the following prop* erty, to wit:- — ALL , that tract or parcel of li and premises situate at West Nyal, In the Town of Clarkstown, County of Rockland and Sttfffc-of New York, and is bounded and described as fol ­ lows, vis: — . \ BEGINNING at the northeast cor ­ ner of the said , lot and the south ­ east corner of a lot of land now or formerly owned by the heirs of Wil ­ liam Grunhold, . ami runs thenbe south eighty-seven degrees west along ^ the said premises now or formerly of tho heirs of William Grunhold, two chains and twenty-three links to lands now owned by Charles ilaerla (Formerly Louis Blitz); tltence south ­ erly along the same one chain and seventy-six links to the north side of ' the highway formerly known as tha Nyack Turnpike; thence easterly along the north side of said hlgh- way two chains and for'ty-bne links , to the west side of the public road leading from West Nyack to Blau ­ velt; thence northerly along tho west side of said last meptioned road ona chain and forty-seven links to tha plape Qf beginning, containing all tha lands and Improvements thereon with ­ in the above bounds. Dated. New City. New-York, on the 8th day of November, 1940. - EDWARD C. DORMANN r/ ~ Sheriff of Rockland County. JOSEPH II. EINHORN, Attorney for Plaintiff, 90 State Street. Albany, New York. In pursuance of an order of tha Hon ­ orable John A. McKenna. Surrogate of the County of Rockland, notice Is here ­ by given to all persons having clalma against Alexander Potter, late of Grand View on Hudson. New York, deceased, tp .present same with ’ vouchers thereof to the subscribers, at the office of Kelyca, Bunnell & Bunnell, their at ­ torneys at No. 11 Park Place. In tha Borough of Manhattan. City of New in,,* °. n ° r l,cf - orc the 5tl ' <lay of April. I - M. Dated: New York, the 30th day of September. 19:0.. Thojnas_ W. Mnley. .Morris* Klegermai Alexander C. Martlp. Executora Subbing Frost Has 606 As Arrows Win Couple pfovements there: All that certain lot. plet-c or parcel laud, with the buildings ami Im irected, sltuat**. Village of Pier of Orangetown. County nl Rockland. State of New York, more iTticularly described as follows: Beginning at a concrete marker at the uoxtheast corner Of the within de scribed lot (being a point on the west side of Broadway in line of land no.* or formerly of Edward S. (sham, Jr..t and running thence along the w-trst- shjc pf \Broadway south three (3) de ­ grees forty-five (43) minutes west on< hundred and fifty-five (155) feet to ». concrete marker; thence north eighty six (66) degrees fifty (50) minutes west two hundred (200) feet, to a con ­ crete marker; thence north three (3> degrees forty-five minutes east one hundred and fifty-five (155) feet to , concrete marker in line of land now or formerly of the said Isham; thcnci south eighty-six (86) degrees fifty (30' minutes east two hundred (200) fcei along the laud now or formerly of th said Isham to the point or place of beginning. Together with all fixtures and artl ties of personal property, now or here after attached to or used In ponnec Hon with the premises. Together with all the right, title am interest of the mortgagor of. In au ­ to strips and gores of land or land un der water adjacent to or adjolnlm laid premises and to the land lying, li the bed of any street, road, avemi** lane or right-of-way as they now ex 1st or formerly existed, included In, li front of. or adjoining the premises. Together- with the easements, rt parian rights and appurtenances am all the estate and rights of the mort gagor In and to tho premises. 1. Subject to any state of facts whlcf an accurate survey of tho premlser would show. 2. Subject to any state of facts which an Inspection of the premises would show. 3. Zoning ordinances and regulations of the Village of Plermont, Town of Orangetown and State of New York If any. 4. Subject to restrictive covenants set forth and contained In any Instrument of record In. the Office of the Clerk ui the County of Rockland, aforesaid. Frederick R. Engels. • Attorney fo: Plaintiff, Office & P. O Address. No 9 North Broadway. Nyack. New York Dated: October 3l8t, 1910. HHKHIFE ’ K MALE BY VIRTUE OF a certain Writ ot Execution- issued out of the Kuprenn Court of the State of New York and to me directed and delivered, I have levied upon and taken, which I shall expose for sale as the law directs at the Four Corners Tavern located a: West Nyack. Town of Clarkstown. County of Rockland ami State of New York on the 21st day of December 1940 at ten o ’ clock In tho forenoon of that day. all tha right, title and Inter est which CLEMENS SCHNEIDER. GERTRUDE KRUMRKI and WIL LIAM KRUMRE1 had on the 2Gth dn> Secret Agent X9 By Mel Graff and Robert Storm / OKAV, BILL ....I'VE 601* ANOTHER PRISONER TO PICK UP — VONN'S 6IRL FRIEND, LUCILLE.' I LEFT HER IN A MOTOR LAUNCH AROUND THE BEND! Benny ’ s quintet and the Arrow five waged quite a battle last night at the Nyack Bowling Center with ’ the latter crew emerging on top in two out of the three games. The Arrows, won the first 842-77fr and shot way up to take~'ttie aec- ond 966-865. Benny and hia men reversed the procedure in the nightcap 934-894. Eddie Maurer was absent'from the Benny lineup and Lenny Frost was substituted. L<;nny turned in a three game j series that even Eddie would have been gla<J to acknowledge, for after a low 166 in the first he collected 206 and 234 for a grand, total of 606. It took the boys a game to get warmed up to the task but In the second contest Kroeger gathcrad in 211 and Magnano kcglcd 202 as the Arrows totaled 966, high single game for the night. Armstrong and Kelly produced 193 and 190 respectively to help build the total. Frost started, on his scor- Ing spree but he received no sup ­ port from his mates. Lenny took it upon himself to win the finale single-handed with his 234 game and George Bauscher aided him with 189. Kennedy, with a -205, tried to , make it three straight but, his mates suffered a general letdown. Besides Frost ’ s high series Krqe- gcr of the Arrows did well for himself with 582. Kelly from the State Hospital was second high for the Arrows with 582. Gcorgo Bauscher followed Frost in the Benny list with 513. Congers Howling League lied Mru (D 712-;75-Hl6: Cdurtar 166-170-10). Goldsmith 117 — — . Mona 122-139 Miller 191-150-188. Scully 156-171-175. DaiiucubcrK — 142-170, Jones ------- 153. Jerry* (2) 79l-h2l*76C: Driscoll 16*- 190-177, Hens 111 — 126. Dittrich 158- 153-149. Davison 190-147 — . Gerlach 152-170-137, Macllohl — 164-157; Pearl River Three-Man Henlcr* <3> &99-594-580X G. Gambol! 1-220-215. Pick 163-161-181, M. Prokop 192-213-187. Manro* (0) 467-490.154: Pellagrin* 170-170-133. De Cunto 121-146-169, Yur- ko 196-174-152. Newmans (3) 51S.505-588: Vranisky 133-201-128, Nytko 156-167-153. Petrich- ko 103-137-227. Mlarks (0) 4 sh > loi-lsi : O. Sebastian 163-200-155. Nanliello 179-130-152, N. Gambol! 146-161-177. Butler* (2) 459-538.518: A. Glzzl — 162-180, U. Prokop 148-221-204, Natal* 186-155-134. Nytko 125 -------- ■, Engels <D 480.498.400: Goehrlnf 12T- 168-170. Babcock 223-190-155, Boretsch 130-140-165. New \ork (3) 527.5I8.54S: S. Giw 165-206-174. Frasco 175-163-204, Van aetta 187-177-164. KIMo MB 520.423-519: Weller 147-171 203, Fiore 189-99-127, E. Sebastian 184 146-189. lalnmiui 155-206-176 Pleasure Palate (1) 503.554.48f I Scully 145-186-151. Malone 154-187-147. J. Glzzl 224-181:17 FREIGHTER SAFE LOS ANGELES, N qv . 28 (INS) — The U. S. Coast Guard was ad ­ vised early today that the 8. 3. Panamanian, a freighter, which previously had been reported in distress off the coast of Lower California, was proceeding to Loa Angeles under her own power. FACTOQUIZ ANSWEHS 1. About 10,000 to 15,000 feet un ­ der favorable conditions. 2. 'Tho Last Judgment, by Mich­ elangelo, in the Sisitlne chapel, Rome, Italy. 3. Yes, they ar* called -lunar rainbow* or moon rainbows. 4. A narrow piece of linen or lace folded across the breast or at ­ tached to the neck of a gown. 5. It has always been regarded aa the emblem of-might and cour ­ age. It was adopted by the United States in 1783. 6. From the cork oak- 7. Hamlet. 8. Four, eight or twelve, thetima an ordinary watch Is ended. * 9. Shipping In foreign trad* la registered; coastwise is enrolled* 10. No. 'L

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