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Thursday, October 20,1960 Tri-County Publications; Arcade Herald, Bliss News, Wyoming County: Delevan Press, Cattaraugus County: Sardinia Censor, Holland Review, Irie County Page Seven MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE FOR SALE—Girl's 26\ bicycle, Phone Arcade 355. 40p FOR SALE—Vanderbullt winter tread tires, 670x15—$18.75 plus tax; 6 volt batteries—$9.95 ex­ change; 10 odd new mufflers— $5.00 each; 5 gallon cans of oil— $5.95 each; used wheels—$2.00 to $5.00 each. Zlmmer Auto Parts, West Main St., Arcade. Phone 142. 40tf WATCH FOR IT — GLF annual tire sale. Truckload to you. Tre­ mendous savings in all sizes. Ar­ cade GLF Services, W. Main St., Arcade Phone 4 or 258. 39t40 FOR SALE — Kenmore sewing machine with button holer. Phone Chaffee 7368. 40t41 FOR SALE—Muskrat stole, good condition, $15.00., Call Arcade 487R. 40 FOR SALE—Boy's winter suburb­ an jacket; 1 pair pants; 1 palr work shoes. Phone GLadstone 7-3889. 40F FOR SALE— Hunting supplies, plastic window kits, fireplace screen sets. King's Hardware, Delevan, N. Y. 40 CONCRETE — And celocrete blocks, 8\ at 16c; 10\ at 20c; 12\ at 22c. At the yard. Will deliv­ er. Ralph E. Draper, Jr., Olean Road, Holland. 40t41p FOR SALE—Whlzzer motor bike. Excellent running condition. Spare Imotor and bike partsL Phone Machias 8348. 40t41 OUR BIG TRAILER LOAD TIRE SALE—Will be held next Tuesday, October 25. We will also have extra new wheels for snow tires. Arcade GLF Services, West Main St., Arcade. Phone 4 or 258. 40 FOR SALE—One pair hunting pants, 34\ waist. George E. Clarke. Phone Arcade 203. 39t40 FOR SALE—Guitar and case. Call Chaffee 7368, 39t40 FOR SALE—30-gal. Edison glass lined electric water heater, in per­ fect condition. Erwln Sweetapple, Center St, Holland. Phone Bos­ ton XH 1-5705. 39t41 TAKING ORDERS for general greeting cards, wrappings, also Christmas cards, supplies and novelties. Mrs. Dan Howe, Dele- van Phone 9244. 38t41X AUTUMN SALE — New mobile homes 10x50 Skyline, 2 bedroom $4,750; 10x50 Skyline, 2 bedroom, angle kitchen $4,950; 10x51 De- troiter, 2 bedroom $5,100; 10x55 Detroiter, 3 bedroom $5,800; 10x55 Marlette, 3 bedroom $6,200. Bragg Bros., Route 104, Holley, phone NEwton 8-4040. 38tf RATS AND MICE eliminated for­ ever—\Get Star\. King's Hard­ ware, Delevan, Wirthmore Stores, Chaffee. 38t45p FOR SALE—Cleaned and treated Genesee seed wheat Lewis Mach­ inery Service. Phone Holland LF7-3626. 34tf FRANNTE'S KNIT SHOP—Knit­ ting yarns and supplies, also cards and small gifts. Open after 5:00 p. m. daily and all day Saturdays and Sundays. Sandbank Rd., Free­ dom, phone Arcade 29W2. 34tf FOR SALE—Used TV sets, also rentals for your use. Phil's TV & Appliances, Liberty St, Arcade. Phone 212. 24tf REAL ESTATE FOR SALE ARCADE — 2 bedroom modern home. Garage, $11,800. 4 BEDROOM—Modern brick. Gar­ age. $25,000. 2% STORY—8 room. Small barn. $15,000. 2 BEDROOM — Ranch type. $13,500. 2 BEDROOM—Modern. Garage. $10,000. 7-ROOM HOME—$7,500. 8-ROOM HOME—$7,500. 8-ROOM—Modern. $10,500. LARGE—Modern home. $13,500. 4 BEDROOM — Modern. Garage. $17,500. YORKSHIRE—Older home. Large lot. $3,800. CHAFFEE — Lovely 3 bedroom ranch type. Selling at sacrifice price. FARMS—Large or small; restau­ rants; hotels; grocery and meat markets on my list for sale. See me for your real estate needs. No phone information, please. K. M. LeMieux, 95 Main St., Arcade. 40 MODERN—2-bedroom expandable ranch type house, full cellar, oil heat, garage attached, on lot 100x200 feet, more land available if wanted. Why just pay rent? You can own your own, pay like rent. Price $10,500. Pay $500.00 down rest $20.00 per week. Can move in now. See George Wayne at Gulf Gas Station and delica­ tessen store on Genesee Road, be­ tween Sardinia and East Concord. 40p HUNT REALTORS, 47 West Huron St., Buffalo, N. Y. Phone WAsh 5043. MACHIAS — 150 acres, 8 room dwelling, large barn with 2 wood silos, and storage barn. Reason­ ably priced. MACHIAS—3 family dwelling and garage on large lot. Good income property, priced right. DELEVAN—3 bedroom home with wood burning fireplace, large lot, Exceptional buy. ELTON-10 room dwelling on land­ scaped lot. Priced for quick sale. CALL—John Donohue at Delevan 9511 or 9781 40 EXCELLENT—200 acre farm, 2 family house, 2-car garage, 44 stanchion barn, 2 new silos. Just off Rt. 16. $38,000. HOLLAND —Completely remod­ eled 4 bedroom home, 2-car garage and workshop. Knotty pine liv­ ing room. Only $15,400. AUTOMOBILE REPAIR GAR­ AGE—Large apartment and all stock and equipment. Hoist, air compressor, wrenches, gauges, etc. More -than ever needed. Phone LF7-2853 ' or NL2-3520. Crown Realty Co. 40 LOT FOR SALE—32 Haskell Ave., Arcade, 80x166. Carl Kratzer, 410 Brinton, Dixon, Illinois. 39t42 FOR SALE—To settle estate, 10- room house and 2 -car garage in village of Arcade. Phone Chaf­ fee 7435. 39t40 TO SETTLE ESTATE—4 bedroom house in Yorkshire. Excellent condition. Hardwood floors, base­ ment, gas furnace. Offers or bids will be received subject to rejec­ tion. J. Eirl Blakeley, Executor, telephone Arcade 219. 34tf FOR SALE—9 acres, good spring, Route 16, Iscb.ua. About 9,000 trimmed Xmas trees, assorted siz­ es. Leonard Herpst, Frankllnvllle, phone 3782. tfp FOP RENT FOR RENT—Large 3 bedroom up­ per apartment in Holland. LF7- 2502. . 40t41J FOR RENT—Lower apartment, to refined family. Available No­ vember 1. Also nicely furnished upper apartment. Demmon, Dele­ van. Phone 9218 40thy FOR RENT—2 bedroom apartment in Machias. Telephone Machias 8383. 40t41X FOR RENT — Apartment at 53 Pearl St., Arcade, phone 768. 40t41p FOR RENT—Houje available now. Harold James, Arcade. 40ptf FOR RENT—In Machias, down­ stairs apartment. 1 bedroom. Can be made into 2. Phone Arcade 596M1. 40t41p FOR RENT—in Machias, 4 rooms and bath furnished apartment. Centrally located. Available now'. Inquire Machias 8558. 39tf FOR RENT—Modern upper apart­ ment, 4 rooms and bath, reason­ able rent. 37 -Delevan Avenue, Delevan, phone 9552. 40t41p FOR RENT—New mobile home, 10x50, 2 bedroom, in Java Village. Couple only. Call GL7-3279 after 6:00 p. m. ,.40t41 FOR RENT—Flat 2 bedrooms. Centrally located. Newly decorat­ ed. Phone Arcade 740. 39tf FOR RENT—3 bedroom country home, also 2 apartments on Route 16, Lime Lake. Gas heat. Tele­ phone Machias 8438. 39t40X AVAILABLE—November 1. Very nice 4-room remodeled apartment Modern kitchen with garbage dis­ posal, tiled bath with shower. At­ tic storage space, laundry, and garage. Will rent furnished, un­ furnished or partially furnished, Across from Motorola. Earl C, Clark, Arcade, phone 63 after 5:00 weekdays. Anytime weekends. May be seen anytime. 39tf FOR RENT — Upper apartment, furnished or unfurnished. Avail­ able immediately. Phone Delevan 9413. 39t40X MODERN 3 ROOMS—And bath downstairs apartment for rent Available November 1. Phone Chaffee 7435. 39t40 FOR RENT—Immediate occupancy 1 bedroom upper apartment, newly- decorated, easily heated, heater furnished. Roy Titus, Arcade 399- M 2. 39tf FOR RENT—2 bedroom furnished upper apartment, 436 West Main St., Arcade. Call Holland LF7-2802. 38 tf FOR RENT—Upper 2 bedroom ap­ artment, heated, adults only. Ar­ cade 243M or 535W1. 36tf FOR RENT—Upper -Apartment M. C. Drake, West Main St., Ar­ cade. Phone 165. 37tf FOR RENT—Small modern studio apartment, furnished. With Dis­ posal. 143 Main St, Arcade. Phone 259. 35tf FARM EQUIPMENT FOR SALE—Corn crib, 500 bu. capacity. James Grady, Chaffee. 40t42p FOR SALE—Barn cleaners—call Arcade GLF Services, West Main St, Arcade. Phone 4 or 258. 32tf NEW IDEA and Homelite Sales and Service. New and used equipment. Lewis Machinery Service, Holland. Phone LF7- 2626. 6tf FOR SALE—New Idea Spreaders and parts. Kittleson Hardware, Yorkshire. Phone ArcadP 248. WORK WANTED CUSTOM — Corn husking. Fred Rauenhorst, Arcade 378M2. 40141 IRONINGS DONE—Phone Arcade 652. 40W2 WANTED—Ironings or cleaning, Tuesdays or every other Thurs­ day. Call Arcade 1090J after 5:00 . 39t40 PORTABLE WELDING—Special izlng in heavy equipment repairs, hard surfacing and fabricating. John Gratton, Freedom. Call Ar­ cade 535J1. 38t41 WANTED—Baby sitting days and evenings. Phone Arcade 458R 38t40 CLIPPER BLADES SHARPENED —Cash and carry 75c, mall orders enclose 90c- Robert J. Cole, Franklinville, N. Y. 37tf MEAT PROCESSING—For home freezers by meat specialists. Wrap ped and frozen if desired. Phone Arcade 72W. 35tf CALL CENTRAL — When your television needs fixing. This ad worth $1.00 off our usual $3.00 Cash Service Call (one only per family). Central Sales and Service, Delevan, N. Y. Phone Delevan 9964 or A/cade 19M2. 32tf WANTED—Custom combining near Arcade. M. C. Drake, West Main St, Arcade. Phone 165. 31tf WHITE WASHING with Carbola by approved Carbola spraymen. George R. Relsdorf, StrykersvlUe. Phone GLadstone 7-9576. 20tf LAWN MOWER SHARPENING— And repairs. Toro sales and service dealer. Authorized dealer for Briggs & Stratton motors, Lawson power products, Kart sales and service. Dick's Lawn Mower Shop. Junction Road. Phone 8869, Machias. 16tf FOR HIRE—Experienced Dance Combo for weddings, parties, etc. Call Springvllle LY 2-7477. 16tf PROFESSIONAL—Paper hangln and painting, interior and ex terlor. Phil Kepp, phone Glad stone 7-9931 or Arcade 345. 51t WORK WANTED—Trucking cat­ tle and calves to Buffalo, Spring- vllle, etc. Clifford Stevens, Free­ dom. Phone Arcade 29W1. 8tf MONUMENTS — Markers and cemetery lettering. See me for design sod lettering. Mrs. Helen Strong. 173 Main St, Arcade. Representing Gibney Monument Works, Perry N. Y. 8tf FARMERS- TIMBER—Sell logs or standing hardwood to United Block Co., (O'Dell & Eddy Co.) Chaffee, N. Y. Phone—Collect \Timber Buyer\—Chaffee 8861 daytime and/or Chaffee 7263 eve- ^nlngs. 8tf GUARDIAN MEMORIALS— Guaranteed • Vermont granite. Monuments and marker*. Large selection, moderate prices, W. S. Davis Inc., Arcade. Phone 114. FOR SAIX—Acoustic©n hearing aid batteries. We also have the latest repair Information. Phil's TV & Appliance. Liberty Street Arcade. Phone Arcade 212. 62tf FOR SALE—New and used bike and trike parts and accessories, aervire and repair. Tullar's Bike Shop, Church St. Yorkshire, phone Arcade 319M1. Sltf MONUMENTS — Markers, ceme­ tery lettering. C. R. Appleby, 41 Genesee St, Warsaw, N. Y. Phone 144. 42U HOME FURNISHINGS FOR SALE—Hotpoint automatic dryer. Excellent condition, very reasonable. Phone GL7-9490. 40 FOR SALE — Used refrigerators, wringers, automatic' washers, etc. For anything you need in the used line—See Phil first! Phil's TV & Appliances, 18 Liberty St, Arcade Phone 212. 38tf DOGS & PUPPIES FOR \SALE—Purebred Dalmation puppies, reasonable. ' Miss Alice Robinson, 74 Pine St, Franklin­ ville, N. Y. Phone 5797 after 4. 38t40 SEEDS, PLANT, SHRUBS THEY'RE HERE — Imported Dutch' bulbs. Hyacinths,' crocus, tulips and daffodils. Arcade GLF Service, West Main St, Arcade. Phone 4 or 258. 37tf STOVES & FURNACES FOR SALE—One Kenmore elec­ tric range, 42\ wide. GL7-9982. 40t41 FOR SALE—Wood and coal circu­ lating heater; also saw and man­ drel. Phone Arcade 46J1. 40t41 FOR SALE—2 oil space heaters; one wood and coal range, bargain. Phone LYceum 2-7674. 40p FOR SALE—Hardwick circulator coal or wood heater. Excellent condition. Phone 9709. George Rowland, Delevan. 40X FOR SALE—Gas heater, 30,000 b. t u., $25. James Flugh, 495 West Main, Arcade. Phone 116. 39t40 GAS HEATERS—15,000 to 50,000 B.T.U.; apartment ranges; wood heaters; kitchen white porcelain side heaters; electric heaters; work top and utility metal cabinets; furniture of every kind. Sardinia Furniture Mart, Sardinia, N. Y. 35tf FOR SALE—Kresky complete auto­ matic oil floor furnace, 3 years old, looks' like new. iifodel EFR-50. Includes thermostat and oil tank. $135. Phone Gladstone 7-9731 be- twesn 8 -30 and 5:00. - 34tfo BUILDING MATERIALS WEST COAST DIMENSION LUMBER—Kiln dried. 2x4x16— $130; 2x6—$130;2x8, 2x10, $120; 1x8 spruce sheathing—$110. This is last years stock and must be moved. Special prices on MBF or more. Miller Lumber Co., Arcade, phone 364. 37tf HELP WANTED WANTED—Experienced mechanic for reconditioning of new and used cars. Top wages, vacation with pay, all benefits. Contact: Roland Smith, Cramer Ford, Arcade, N. Y. 40 WANTED — Married man with small family for Work on dairy farm. Charles Drake, Arcade, N. Y. 39t40 WANTED—Experienced married man for farm work. Call Mllford Bray, Arcade 374. 39t40p WANTED—Experienced woman to. work in kitchen.' Call Chaffee 7486. 38tf FOR RENT—Upper 2 -bedroom apartment with garage on South Liberty Street, Arcade. Now avail­ able. Hazel Most, phone Arcade 318W after 4:30 p. m. 34U FOR RENT—Furnished 1 bedroom apartment with garage. Call Ar­ cade 39. 32tf FOR RENT—Unfurnished apart­ ment, downstairs. 36 Cobb Ave., Delevan. 32tfX FOR RENT—Furnished bungalow at Lime Lake, available September 5. 281 Broad Bay Circle, Lime Lake. School teachers preferred For information phone 2176, Sala­ manca, N. Y. 30tf FOR RENT—One 1 bedroom and one 2 bedroom upper apartments, 146 Liberty Street Arcade. Con­ tact Preston Rice, Jr., phone Chaf­ fee 7222. 30tf FOR RENT — Furnished apart­ ment 36 Cobb Ave., Delevan, Phone Machias 8364. 12tfX AUTO EXCHANGE FOR SALE—1949 Ford, 4-door, only '38,000 miles, excellent con­ dition all around. Cheap. Harry Scineckl, Machias. 40t41 FOR SALE—1959 Ford Fairlane hardtop, good shape. Very reas­ onable. Will take trade-in. Phone Arcade 616J. 40 FOR SALET -1955 Bulck Century 2 -door hardtop, good condition. P. C. Rice, Jr., phone Chaffee 7222. 39t40 FOR SALE—1947 Ford truck, 1% ton stake body with cattle rack. 1955 2-door station wagon. Both in excellent condition and at reas­ onable prices. Phone 9265. Llewel­ lyn Nourse, Olean Rd., Delevan 39t40X FOR SALE—1958 Rambler, std. transmission; .1958 Chevrolet Im- pala 2-door. hardtop, automatic; 1957 Mercury hardtop, power steer­ ing and brakes, mercomatic; 1957 Plymouth 4-door, automatic; 1956 Bulck 4-door hardtop, automatic radio; 1955 Bulck. Zlmmer Auto Sales, West Main St, Arcade. Phone 142. 32tf AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE SOLD AND INSTALLED — New and used mufflers, springs, trans­ missions, rear ends. Also used tires, car batteries, radiators, etc. Weichmann Bros., Yorkshire Junk Yard. Call Arcade 50, 014 or 53 3tf ROOFING, SIDING—-Patios and general tile work. Boy Titus, Gid Olean Rd., Yorkshire, N.Y. Pbooe Arcade 399MS. ' lit* FRUITS & VEGETABLES SHERMAN FRUIT FARM—Ap­ ples, Mcintosh, Spies, Cortlands and other varieties. Grapes. Bring containers. Phone HYaclnlh 3-7871. George Sherman, Castile. 40t41 APPLES — Mcintosh, Cortland Kings, R. I. Greening and Tall- man Sweets. Alvin G. Wells, Middle Reservation Rd., Castile. 39t40 FOR SALE—Concord grapes and pears. Orace Card, Delevan. 39t40p PUMPKINS—Thousands of them, big and little, for pies and jack-O- 1 an terns. Come see our mammoth pile. Retail and wholesale. Conley & Tsujlmoto Farms, 6530 Seneca St (Route 16) Springbrook. CY- press 3355. 38tf APPLFS—Fresh sweet cider; orna­ mental gourds and corn; squashes; pumpkins, and other fall harvested crops In excellent quality and sup­ ply. Last call for tomatoes. Conley & Tsujlmoto Farms, 6530 Seneca St. (Route 16), Springbrook. CYpress 3355. 37tf WANTED TO BUY WANT TO BUY— Ten or more tons June cut hay, good quality, delivered to my barn edge of Franklinville. Mrs. Hutchlns, Frankllnvllle 3521. 40141 WANTED—Baled straw and oats. M. C. Drake, West Main St, Ar­ cade. Phone 165. Sltf HIGHEST PRICES — Paid for standing timber. Bob Andrews, Town Line Rd., Delevan. Phone Machias 8253. 7tf HIGHEST PRICES — Paid for junk, rags, paper, iron, old farm machinery, old cars, batteries. We pick up. Yorkshire Junk Yard, George and Michael Weichmann, call Arcade 50, (14 or 53. HORSES & CATTLE WANTED — Cows of all kinds, Clifford Stevens, Freedom. Phone Arcade 29W1. 51t50p-52ft I NEED—Any amount of springer or close-up cows and heifers. Dave Samuels, 110 Thorndyke Rd., Rochester 17' or call collect Con­ gress 6-5393 or Spencerport Elm- wood 2-5841. 22tf COWS WANTED & FOR SALE— Newell King, Yorkshire. Phone' Arcade 481 or 179. 8tf WOOD FOR SALE FOR SALE— Dry, maple slab wood. Miller Lumber Co., Arcade, phone 364. 38tf LOST & FOUND STRAYED — To my farm, one milking cow, mostly black mark­ ings. Call Arcade 513W2. 39t40p PERSONAL FREE—Puking in rear of Arcade Laundromat 44 tf AUCTION SALES AUCTION SERVICE—Russ Hurl- burt, Auctioneer, Bliss, N. Y. Phone Bliss 7543. Associate of Harris Wilcox, Inc., Bergen, N. Y Larger service with the same reasonable rate. 52tf OUR COMPLETE AUCTION serv­ ice or livestock marketing of any nature is yours to enjoy and profit by simply by calling KENT'S, Hinsdale 4301—2584—2431. 31tf AUCTION Second GLF Inventory Redaction Auction, Arcade GLF Saturday, October 22, 1960 12:30 P. M. Due to the large amount of mer­ chandise at our Frankllnvllle sale a follow up sale will be held at Arcade GLF. New and used mer­ chandise from area stores will be sold as follows: 15 new batteries; framing rules; quantity of paint; refrigerators; freezers; 3-8 drive sockets; wrenches; electric drills; gloves; welding rod; hand garden tools; thermos jugs; 8 1-4\ power saws; pruning shears; blow torch­ es; 4D sprayers; vises; lawn chairs; folding picnic tables; wheelbar­ rows; GLF drinking cups; thermo­ stats for ventilators; 12 square of shingles; roofing nails; tires; lawn coaster; 72\ woven wire; electric brooder; knife sets; Delta saw table; 1 new lavatory; flashlights; picnic coolers; 12 volt spotlight; tractor speedometer; overhead door set; dairy sink; utensil rack; flower boxes; power lawn mower; many other items. These are all surplus Items and must be sold. An opportunity to save where the farmer saves. All sales final; terms: cash or good check. Auction by Bill Kent Phone Franklinville 3771. GLF Service Stores, 39t40 Owners FARM AUCTION SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22 1:00 T. M. Pine Street, Frankllnvllle 20 HOLSTEINS except two; consisting of 18 cows, bred to Hereford bull and due to freshen in spring; 1 bred heifer and 1 short yearling; 6 Cheviot sheep, 5 ewes, 1 buck; 2 geese, 2 peacocks. LOTS OF JOHN DEERE MACHINERY including B tractor, good rubber; 3 bottom plow; baler with Wis­ consin engine, 2 yrs. old; mower, rake, drag with power set, spreader and snow blade; Superior 11 hoe grain drill, hay elevator, worm augur grain elevator, wagon, Papec ensilage cutter, 2 Surge new type milkers, 5 can GLF cooler, elect­ ric can hoist, silage cart, % inch electric drill, cream separator, King tree tapper, 200 sap buckets and spouts, 2 storage tanks, 1 gathering tank, winch with cable, hoist with brake, several log chains, hay rack standard, sheep dip tank, canvass, 96ft. 14 in. belting, platform scales, meat block and roller hooks, 30 In. Iron kettle, Stewart dipper, coon cage, belt type barn cleaner about 100 blue stone, quantity pine lum­ ber, air compressor, small heater, twelve 14 inch wheels, large amount of old iron, brass bells, etc. EATS AT OUR JUNIOR DINER Mr. and Mrs. James Clark, Owners VIC AND DON, AUCTIONEERS 'Kent's Auction Service Hinsdale 4301-2584-2431 v 39140 COMPLETE DISPERSAL SALE Having purchased all cattle and tools from the Estate of the late Llewellyn Nourse, Jr., we will sell at Public Auction on the Nourse Farm located on the Weaver Road 2 miles northeast of Delevan and 3 miles south of Yorkshire Saturday, October 29 at 1:00 p. m., sharp 58 Head of Cattle Mostly Holstetns 30 milch cows—consisting of some fresh cows, and about half to freshen soon. 5 pasture-bred heifers; 3 Sr. yearlings; 5 Jr. yearlings; 3 grass calves; balance Hereford cows and calves. 1 two-year Hereford bull All cattle were raised on this farm Machinery Int H tractor and chains; Ford baler with motor, used two sea­ sons; Massey-Harris combine with engine, very good condition; King Wise elevator 30 ft; Massey-Harris tractor drill, good condition; 2 wag­ ons and racks; Blizzard ensilage cutter with pipe; tractor drag; trac­ tor disk; 2-bottom plow; Int. 2-row cultivator; J JO. power take-off corn binder on rubber; new trailer type weed sprayer, new; Massey-Harris four bar side rake; hay tedder; electric fances; 2 milker pumps; water tank; 3 Surge milkers, seamless pails; 8 can milk cooler; milk cans; palls and strainers; ap­ proximately 6,000 bales of hay. Cattle will be sold In tent Lunch served. Terms: Cash or good check. Auctioneer, Harris Wilcox, Inc., Bergen, N. Y., Member of Nat­ ional and State Auctioneers' Assn. Owners: A C. Ehman, West Val­ ley, phone WH2-3254; S. A. La- Scala, Chaffee, phone Chaffee 7566. 40t41X LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that License No. 61RL48 has been issued to the undersigned to sell Liquor, Beer and Wine at retail under the Alcoholic Beverage Control Law at our restaurant doing business as the New Deal Restaurant, Arcade, N. Y., for on premises consumption. Herbert Springer Violet Springer 246 Main St. 40t41p Arcade, N. Y. NOTICE OF HEARING ON PRELIMINARY BUDGET Notice Is hereby given that the preliminary budget of the Town of Java for the fiscal year beginning January 1, 1961 has been complet­ ed and filed in the Town Clerk's Office, Java Center, N. Y-, where it is available for inspection at all reasonable hours. Further notice is hereby given that the Town Board of Java will meet and review the preliminary budget and hold a public hearing thereon at the office of the Town Clerk at 1:00 o'clock to 2:00 p. m., on November 10, 1960 and that at such hearing any person \may -be heard in favor or against any item or items therein contained pursu ant to Section 113 of the Town Law. The proposed salaries of the fol­ lowing Town Officers are hereby specified as follows: Supervisor $1,000.00 Justice of the Peace (each) $500.00 and $300.00 Councilman (each) $200.00 Assessors (total salaries) $1,200.00 Town Clerk $1,100.00 Superintendent of Highways $4,800.00 Tax Collector $450.00 Dated at Java Center, N. Y October 3, 1960. By Order of the Town Board. LENA C. HOYT, Town Clerk of Town of Java 40t41 NOTICE OF HEARING UPON PRELIMINARY BUDGET Notice is hereby given that the Preliminary Budget of the Town of Yorkshire for the fiscal year beginning January 1st, 1961, has been completed and filed in the office of the Town Clerk, at Dele­ van, New York, where it is avail­ able for inspection by any in terested person at all reasonable hours. Further notice is hereby given that the Town Board of the Town of Yorkshire will meet and re­ view said preliminary Budget and hold a public hearing there­ on, at the Town Hall at 7:30 o'clock P. M. on the 9th day of November 1960, and as such hearing any person may be heard in favor of or against the pre­ liminary budget as compiled or for or against any item of items therein contained. Pursuant to Section 113 of the Town Law, the proposed salaries of the following Town officers are hereby specified as follows: Supervisor $1,700.00 Justice of Peace 720.00 Justice of Peace 1,250.00 Councilmen (Two) each 175.00 Town Clerk 1,500.00 Town Supt. of Highways 4,500.00 By order of the Town Board Edna McElheney, Town Clerk Dated: October 18, 1960. 40t41 NOTICE OF ELECTION State of New York Department of State 164 State Street, Albany 1, N. Y. Albany, March 8, 1960 To the Board of Elections of the County of Wyoming 1 hereby certify pursuant to Sub. 3, Section 314 of the Election Law, that, at the General Election to be held in this State on November 8th, 1960, the following officers may be lawfully voted for, to wit: Forty-five Electors of President and Vice-President of the United States. Two Associate Judges of the Courts of Appeals in the place of Stanley H. Fuld and Sydney F. Foster. 2 Justices of the Supreme Court for Eighth Judicial District in place of Hamilton Ward and Alger A. Williams. A Representative in the Eighty- seventh Congress of the United States for the 39th Congressional District, composed of the counties of Genesee, Orleans, Wyoming and part of Monroe County. A Senator for the 53rd Senate District,, composed of the counties of Allegany, Genesee, Livingston, Orleans and Wyoming. A Member of Assembly. All of whose terms of office will expire on December 31st, 1960. Given under my hand and the official seal of the office of the Department of State, at the City of Albany, this eighth day of March, in the year one thousand nine hundred and sixty. CAROLINE K. SIMON Secretary of State by: Robert D. Stone Executive Deputy Secretary of State County officers to be elected: A County Clerk in place of Jos­ eph W. Naylor. A Commissioner of Public Wel­ fare in place of B. Lcland Brei. A Coroner in place of G. Stanley Baker. All of whose terms of office will expire on the last day of Decem­ ber next. Also, at said Election there will be submitted to the voters of the State two propositions, a copy of said proposition may be obtained by any voter upon application to the undersigned Board of Elections of Wyoming County. Also, the following Town Offi­ cers to be elected as follows: Town of Bennington: Town Clerk Town of Castile: One Justice of the Peace, One Assessor. Town of Genesee Falls: Justice of the Peace, Town Superintend­ ent of Highways. Town of Orangeville: Town Clerk, Justice of the Peace. Dated.' October 4, 1960. Harry L. Brown Wlllard M. Humphrey Commissioners of Elections Wyoming County 38t41 NOTICE The Town of Arcade, Wyoming Co., will accept and open bids on Nov. 1, 1960, at 7:30 p. m., for. all plumbing and heating In connec­ tion with the steel building now being erected. Plumbing will, in­ clude fixtures, supply lines, waste lines, vents, septic tanks and leach beds—all to comply with all local plumbing codes, and as shown on plans and specifications which may be picked up at the Town Clerk's office. Separate bids on the plumbing and on the heating required. Ronald S. Cudworth Town Clerk Arcade, N. Y., Oct. 19,1960 40t41 NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,, that License No. 61CL10 has been issued to the undersigned to sell Liquor, Beer, Wine and Cider at retail under the Alcoholic Beverage Control Law at their club located on West Main Street, Arcade, N. Y., for on premises consumption. The Arcade Overseas Veterans Club, Inc. 40t41 NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that License No. 48HL531 has been issued to the undersigned to sell Liquor, Beer and Wine at retail at the Sardinia Inn, Sar­ dinia, N. Y., under the Alcoholic Beverage Control Law, for on premises consumption. Joseph Winkler, proprietor Sardinia, N. Y. 40t41 NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that License No. 43RL527 has,been issued to the undersigned to sell Liquor, Beer, Wine and Cider at retail under the Alcoholic Beverage Control Law at their restaurant located on Olean Road, Yorkshire, N. Y., for on premises consumption. Morrison Motors, Inc., R. P. Morrison, President 40t41 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that Retail Store Liquor License No. L-4304 has been issued to the undersigned to sell Wines and Liquors at retail under sec­ tion 132-A of the Alcoholic Bev­ erage Control Law at' 282 Main Street, Arcade, Wyoming County, N. Y.. for off premises con­ sumption. 39t40 Mllo S. Davis, Arcade, N. Y. LEGAL NOTICES National Newspaper Week, Oct­ ober 15-21, should remind citizens of th\ great privilege they have in \freedom of the press.\ GIVE AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY! Between October and early De­ cember, close to 350,000 water­ fowl will be taken by hunters in this State. 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Be safer— get Nylon Com­ mandos today. •l 'UTS ANY NIW OATH *1 DOWN VXK OH YOUR CAR Griff's Garage 469 Main St. Phone 357 ARCADE IIIIIIIIIIKIIIIHIIIKIIIHilll Holiday Party Ham i A beautiful bale id ham. thinly sliced, makes -wonderful holiday jparty tut. It is especially festive when It arrives at the table with a golden glaze of. maple-Mended syrup, decorated with red •maraschino cherries and is surrounded with shiny apple slices, ITo make the apple slices pictured here, combine % cup of maple. Wended syrup with a dash of salt and add rafter thick slices of three cored but unpared apples. Cook apples in the syrup, covered, about G minutes.,. then uncover and cook until tender and trans* parent. These are delicious hot or cold. Clued Holiday Ham ' 1/1 cup batter or margarine 1 /2 cup (about) red 1/8 cup Loc Cabin Syrup maraschino cherries 1 /4 cup orange (or pineapple) Few strips of citron or i «J u i c \ .,,. orange peel I Whole nam, partially- Watercress i cooked and skinned Melt shortening. Add maple-blended syrup and Julcei Mend, pake ham in slow oven (826'F.) until done, basting with syrup and Jules mixture frequently during last hour of baklnpr time. With maraschino cherries, make a holiday wreath t a bow of citron or orange peel. Serve with glared apjiles and sprigs of water cress.

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