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20 DEATH CLAIMS STEPHEN OWEN OFPENNYAN Former Laundry Owner Passes In Hospital Penn Tan Stephen Owen, 64, died in Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hospital yesterday (Feb. 13. 1942). He was employed at Milo Mills for several years, later entering into partnership with Juy S. Miller In the Family Wash Laundry. Ho severed his connections with the laundry business in the summer of 1911 due to ill health. Mr. Owen was a past noble grand of Keuka Lodge, IOOF; a past chief patriarch of Penn Yan Encampment, IOOF; financial rcribe of Penn Yan Encampment; a director of the Odd Fellows Temple Association, and a member of First Methodist Church. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Cecil Morse Owen, Penn Yan, and one brother, Arthur Owen of Tor-rey. Funeral services will be held In the home at 321 Elm St. at 2:30 p. m. tomorrow, the Rev. Ellroy I). VanDyke, pastbr of First Methodist Church, officiating. Burial In Lake View Cemetery. Members of Keuka Lodge, IOOF, will attend. MRS. LUCY DELILL, Albion Funeral services have been postponed until Monday for Mrs. Lucy Delill, 82, Hulbertson, in order to permit a grandson to arrive from an army camp in time for the services. Last rites will be held in St, Mary's Church in Kol-ley at 9 a. m. Monday, with burial lollowing in Ilolley Cemetery. ISAAC VEKBURO Ontario Isaac Verburg died unexpectedly yesterday (Feb. 13, 1932) in his home here. LKROY A. CHAMBERLAIN Auburn The funeral of Leroy 'Albert Chamberlain, 12-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Brainard Chamberlain of Niles, who died yesterday (Feb. 13, 1942) in Auburn City Hospital as the result of a fractured skull suffered Tuesday when kicked by a house, will be held at 2 p. m. Monday in the funeral home, 91 E. Genesee St., the Rev. Albert E. Davis, pastor of Immanuel Baptist Church, Auburn, will officiate. Burial will be In Soule Cemetery. MRS. WARD. WALTON Auburn Tho funeral of Mrs. Agnes Donovan Walton, wife of Ward Walton of 42 Seminary St., who died Thursday (Feb. 12. 1942) will be held at 8:30 a. m. Monday in the funeral home, 14 Owasco St., and at 10 a. m. in Holy Family Church. Burial will be in St. Joseph's Cemetery. State Changes Route Numbers New signs along the route out Monroe Avenue through Pittsford and Bushnell Basin to Victor are numbered 96, which has led to a number of inquiries from motorists unable to find Route 96 on their rond maps. It was stated at the office of the Automobile Club of Rochester yesterday that the new Route 90 takes the place of Route 2, from Rochester to Ithaca and Owego. The new Route 2 takes the place of the former New York State Route 06. which ran from Troy eastward to meet Massachusetts Route 2, the Mohawk Trail road to Boston. Route 2 is thus made continuous from Troy eastward. Rationing Official Hurt as Auto Skids When his car skidded in Lake Avenue, near the B&O Railroad bridge early yesterday, Leonard O. Gould, 51, of 27 Alonzo St., suffered a pelvis injury. The car went over a curb and crashed into a tree. Gould, a member of the County Rationing Board, was taken to General Hospital by a passing motorist and after treatment, was removed to his home. Pedestrian Hurt As Auto Backs Up Crossing Sunt ru Street, near Bausch, late yesterday afternoon, Roman Wajda, 70, of 984 Ave. D., was knocked down by an automobile being backed up by .Franklin Channells, 26, of 42 Kentucky Ave. Wajda went to his home for treatment of a back injury. Runner Results at Tracks Yesterday HIALEAH RESULTS First 3 furlongs : Yolandita, 118 f Johnston) 14.70, 6.70, 4.00: La Riche, ji-. (Arcaroi lt.uu, s.uu; Ketty i,eon, IIS (De Lara) 4 60. Time, 0:31. O jtimixm, Beth B. Porter's Tea. Juoonmiss, Linden' Girl, Prize, b-Darning, Question Box, f-Second Curtain, b-Devie. f-Colors Up also ran. -J. E. and Mrs. A. B. Wjde-ner entry; f -Field. Second 6 furlongs: Flaming High, 111 (Coule) 10.40, 5.60. 4.30; Pause, V (Mehrtens) 4.90, 4.30; Puro Oro, 115 (McCreary) 7.30. Time, 1:13 3-5. React. Dicty Step, Friar's Scout P.ssa, Comniixion, Millmore. Stimuli, Te'lemoff, Cherriko also ran. Third furlongs: Halcyon Boy, 117 (Garza) 6.50, 4.70, 3.40; Wiseeh-himer. 112 (Haskell) 5.60, 3.80; Vncle Walter. 107 (Dav) 7.30. Time 3 :11 4-5. Bulldinger, Shadows Pass, j vonnaugnt tov Angler, one Tip, Sherron Ann, Mar Le, Commencement also ran. fourth 6 furlongs: French Horn, lis (Woolf) 25.00, 12.50, 7.60; Prairie Dog. 114 (Moore) 14.60, 10.00; Down Six. 105 (Mehrtens) 6.90. Time, 3 12 3-5. British Warm. Cuckoo-Man. Tony Weaver, Aaron Burr, General Jack, Justice M., Jimson Belle also ran. fifth furlongs: Lnyaway, ll.'i tV..M 4 40, 3.40; Happy Note, 114 (Charlton) 3 30, 2.70: Kate, 105 Rob--isi 5 40. Time, 1:11 3-5. Putitthere, R:i-e Above It, Remembering, Isle ie Pine also ran. Sixth 6 furlongs: Sam Houston, 309 (Mehrtens). 25.30, 5.70, 3.40; Newark C. of C. to Hear Rochester City Official Newark Harold S. W. MacFarlin, Rochester commissioner of commerce, will be guest speaker at the annual banquet of Newark Chamber of Commerce next Thursday eve-ninjr, according to Arthur N. Christy, chairman of the speakers committee for the event The banquet nnd annual business meeting Is to bo held at 6:30 p. m. in Hotel Gaidcnicr. MncFnilin, who is Rochester comminHioner of commerce and commissioner of public railways, will talk on the general topic of business in wartime. He is well known here due to several previous appearances, and his addreis is expected to draw a large attendance. The Chamber's executive committee has, for the first time, voted that all members of the body last year or those whose HAROLD 1942 dues are M' FAR LIN paid will be admitted to the banquet without charge. It also has extended an invitation to all local service men who may be home on furlough to attend the fete as gijesta of the Chamber. New officers for the year will bo elected to succeed President A. E. Bolles, Vicepresidcnts Dr. Glen I. Bidwell and Harry G. Chapman, Secretary Leroy Wright, and Treasurer Cecil Davidson. Directors for three years will be selected to succeed the following. whose terms expire: George A. Burnham, T. Spencer Knight, H. Russell Beckwlth, Clarence Reed, Arthur G. Schulz, Henry J. Wild-hack, Curtis Scofield, Stuart X Hal-lagan and Robert S. Bloomer. A director also will be named to complete the unexpired term of the late Paul V. Fortmiller. The nominating committee consists of A. G. Schulz, chairman, and Rhea E. Chittenden. Elmer Stell and Floyd Winegard are in charge of dinner arrangements; Bernald C. Bush is chairman of the ticket committee; Christy will act as toast.master, and Bollee will conduct the brief business session. Singing will be led by Anthony F. Colacino and reports will be given by the secretary and treas urer. Odd Fellows Plan To Dine Leader Monroe County Odd Fellows will turn out In force today when Emanuel Saget, grand maeter of the State of New York, will be guest of honor at a dinner and reception at 7 p. m. in the Chamber of Commerce. Other high ranking Odd Fellows of the state are expected to accompany the grand master. A feature of the evening's program will be an exhibition drill by the Orchid Degree Staff of the Rebekahs. The program is in charge of the four district deputies of the county, Arthur Milanettl, Edward Whalen, Louis Kalinsky and Walter Schimmel. Milanetti will be toastmantcr at the dinner. Head of Red Wings To Speak at Hilton Oliver French, president of the Rochester Red Wings, will bo principal upeaker at the annual dinner of the Hilton Fire Department at 6 p. m. Tuesday in the Hilton Village Hall. Invited guests will include members of the Parma Town Board, Hilton village Board, fire commissioners, fire wardens and others. Charles Kerwin, chairman of the program, is being assisted by C. W. Luffman and Fred Adams. George Blair will be toastmaster. - Reserve Lieutenants Receive Call to Duty Ordered to active duty yesterday were First Lieut. Austin W. Smith, 72 Magee Ave., Coast Artillery Reserve, and Second Lieut. Sherry B. Myers, same outfit, of 211 N. Main St., Canandaigua, according to information from the First Military Area headquarters at Syracuse. Myers was directed to report tomorrow ai.d Smith Feb. 25. Father of Three Admits Abandonment Warren Do Cory, 31, of Sciplo Center, yesterday pleaded guilty before County Judge William 'C. Kohlmetz to an indictment for abandonment and will face sentence next Friday. He was charged with abandoning three children Mar. 20, 1940. Complainant was his wife, Mrs. Geraldine Do Cory, 1058 Clinton Ave. S. Curious Roman, 109 (Coule) 3.30, 2.70; Albatross, 114 (Peters) 3.20. Time, 1:12 1-5. dq-K. Dorko, Saves Nine Catcall, Tell Me More also ran. dq-Finished first, but was disqualified and placed fourth. Seventh 114 miles: Record Flight, 113 (McCreary) 7.20. 5.30(i 3.40; Mis-flying, 113 (Thompson) '9.00, 5.30; Small Wonder, 113 (Meade) 5.8O1 Time, 1 :53 2-5. Eertha's Girl, No Dough, Easv Jack, Grand Airs, Question Man, Pox Cub, Guest Star, Infant Jueen also rnn. KlRht h 14 miles: Bess B., 103 (Day) 7.40, 4.50, 3.20; Veiled Prophet, 106 (Strickler) 4.80, 3.30; Priority, 107 (Wielander) 3.20. Time, 1:52 2-5. Greensckl, Abyssinia, Pit Terrier, uranduce. Air cooled, cnigre, Town League, Agronomy also ran. FAIR GROUND RESULTS First 6 furlongs: Memphis 108 (George) 11.60, 3.80, 2.80; Piplad 111 (Brooks) 2.40, 2.20; Mack's Prince .113 (Madden) 2.60. Time 1:18 3-5. Lou Swift, Kanangle, Task Setter, Ciso Miss, Don Briar, Wild Duck, Bright Honey also ran. Second 6 furlongs: Sweet Roll 114 (Shelhamerl 65.60, 26.00, 12.40; Glacial! 104 (Bcrger) 12.00. 8.60; Good Tip 109 (Wilson) 7.60. Time, 1:19 1-5. Scotch Play, Burma. Top Note, Silver Witch. Transour, Magnify, Max Greenock also ran. Third 2 furlongs: Straw Nest 106 (Mora 13.20, 6.20, 3.80; f-Eb's First 108 (Tromblev) 7.80, 3.60; Bo Way 106 (Glidewell) 3.40. Time 0:24. Gabe, o mm' if IIOCTTESTEU DEMOCRAT, AND C1I1JOXI0LE, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 11. 101,2 BLAST BURNS NAPLES FUEL STATION MAN Naples Gordon Domm, 23, was burned severely in an explosion yesterday morn-ng in the gasoline station of which he was manager when an oil burner used as a heater blew up as -he worked on two cars nearby. Domm was rescued from the fast spreading flames by other business men when they heard the explosion. Domm was taken to Dr. George Wineburgh who treated the third degree burns on the face and hands and ordered him to Memorial Hospital in Canandaigua. A car owned by Domm and one owned by Howard Wheat, a deputy sheriff, were destroyed, and the station was badly damaged by tho fire which firemen prevented from spreading to other buildings. Fire Chief Michael Rouland estimated the damage at $3,000, which was covered by insurance. Mayor Appoints Coal Firm Aide To Ration Board Mayor Dicker as chairman of th Rochester Defense Council yesterday appointed Harry A. May, coal firm executive, 231 Culver Rd., to succeed Richard H. Sweeney, bank executive, on the city-east rationing board. In announcing Sweeney's resignation because of pressure of business, the first change since the rationing boards were set up in their present form, Mayor Dicker explained that Sweeney's board had to meet most often at noon when banks are busiest. The change came as boards prepared for new responsibilities in connection with rubber, passenger car and sugar rationing. Rationing highlight of the day was word that new bus-truck transfer applications must go directly to Washington, and that applications for passenger car transfers are expected to reach here today. Nursery School Displays Movies Friendship Nursery School entertained boys of the neighborhood with colored picturese of German- occupied countries abroad, showing them as they were In peace time, last night at a "Good Neighbors Party" In the partly-finished school at 310 Fernwood Ave. Mrs. Harriet B. Jones, the director, was assisted by the Mr. and M rs. Class of Asbury First Methodist Church. Wayne Foor, teacher of the church class, showed pictures of the United States to supplement the European views taken abroad by Miss Jones. A film, "A Day at Friendship Nursery," was also ehown. i Seven of Area Join Hamilton Fraternities Seven Rochester area freshmen at Hamilton College, Clinton, were recently inducted as members of fraternities. They are: Delta Upsilon William R. Wilson, eon of Mr., and Mrs. Clair V. Wilson, 64 Clay St., LeRoy; John V. Smith, son of Dr. and, Mrs. Harry M. Smith, Canandaigua; William G. Scott, son of Mrs. Constance H. Scott, Canandaigua. Delta Kappa Epsilon Joseph W. Ward Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W. Ward, Caledonia. Theta Delta Chi John P. Ringgard, son of Mrs. Kathryn E. Ringgard, 568 Harvard St. Psi Up-silon-t-George H. Gage Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. George H. Gage, 182 Parsella Ave. Emerson Literary Society Stanley L. Hubbard, son of Mrs. Ruth Hubbard, Hornell. Trademark Action Dismissed by Judge Holding evidence in the trial failed to show fraud or unfair competition in the use of "White House" by the White House Milk Company Inc. of Manitowac, Wis., in labels on canned evaporated milk. Federal Judge Harold P. Burke yesterday dismissed tho Injunction suit of the Dwinnel-Wright Company of Boston, coffee and tea firm. The Boston concern charged infringement of the registered trade mark, granted in 1910. Midget Store, f-Doctor Jackie, T-Fly-Ing Ned, Marco G. Good, Red Ted, Steel Queen, Mighty Lucky, Greenock's Hula also rah. f-Field. Fourth 6 furlongs: Double Call 108 (George) 7.60, 3.60, 3.60; Black Time 108 (Parise) 10.20, 5.40; Ambo 101 (Guenn) 6.40. Time 1:16 2-5. Witan, Fountain Grove, Cania, Chief's Boy, f-Rouslan. Kilocycle. Norman Sloat, f-Walter L., .f-Galley oweep aiso ran. 1- ieia. Fifth 6 furlongs: Guinea Lad 106 (George) 63.60, 22.60, 10.40; Sparrow Chirp 106 (Mora) 13.20, 4.80; Air Hostess 106 (Brooks) 3.60. Time, 1:18 3-5. Sonny John, Otto's Choice, Guess What, f-Busse Trumpet, My Mommy, Black Cherry, Rejectable, f-Budron, f-Ladv Memphis also ran. f-Field. Sixth 1 1-18 miles: Cee Joe 112 (Craig) 4.80, 3.00, 3.40; Misrule 112 (Guenn) 2.80, 2.60; Sammy Ellegant 108 (Crowell) 4.40. Time, 1:53 2-5. Alcinous, Dizzy B., Neddie's Hero, Mason Dlxon also ran. Seventh 1 miles: Red Idol 107 (Parise) 3.40, 2.40, 2.20; Always Glad 110 (Thacker) 300, 2.40: Catechism 100 (Rerger) 3.40. Time, 2:03. Majestic, Waklta, Ronnie, Aerialist, Walk-along. Ellacaw also ran. Klghth 1 1-16 miles: Selma May 103 (Duhon) 6.60, 3.00, 2.60; New Discovery 111 (Brooks) 4.00, 3.20: Esta 106 (Guerln) 3.80. Time, 1:54 3-5. f-Socleven. f-Tread On, Pink Coral, Lactose, Bosky Dell, Earlsboro, The Marker, Victory March also ran. X-Field. Deaths CAM AUDI In Brock port, Thursday evening, Feb. 12, 1942, Joseph Cum-ardl, formerly of Rochester. Il leaves hid wife, Komi Camurdi; one son, Tony; two daughters, Mrs. Louis Clemente and Mrs. Frank Samperi, both of Rochester; four grandchildin. Mr. Camardi rests at his daughter's home, 90 Burrows St.. from where services will be held Monday morning, Feb. 16, at fl:15 and at 9.4". nt the Church of St Anljionv of I'nilnii. Interment In Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. CAM I'ltKl.I, Frank V. Campbell Sr entered into refit at his home, 15 Orchard St., Fairport:- N. Y., Feb. 13, 1942. He is survived by his wife, Ida J.; five daughters, Mrs. John Dovan, Mrs. Harley Leavitt of Fair-port, Mrs. Ethel Ebner, Mrs. George Belcher of Providence, R. I., Mrs. John Kramer of Bunnell Basin; one son, Frank Jr. of Fairport; one brother, Milton of Caughclenoy, N. Y. ; 13 grandchildren. Services from the home Monday at 2:30 p. m., Rev. Stanley Nelson officiating. Interment in Mt. Pleasant Cemetery. . COI.MNS-Ooorge B. Collins, at the residence. 2.89 Renouf Dr., Thursday, aged 48 years. Survived by his wife, F.llen Kingalev Collins; three sons, George D.. Dwain L. and Gerald Collins; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George M. Collins; three sisters, Miss Mabel Collins, Mrs. James Billington, Mrs. Louis Schmitt: one brother, Albert Collins. Deceased was a member of Nocturnal Adoration Society. Services Monday morning at 8:15 o'clock from the residence and 9 o'clock at St. Augustine's Church, Interment in Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. COTTONE Nunzio C o t t o n e, Wednesday evening, Feb. 11, 1912, nt the home, 873 Clinton Ave. S. He Is survived by two sons, Michael and Charles Cottone; three daughters, Miss Petrina Cottone, Mrs. Milton Meyer and Mi's. Paul Palmer; one grandchild. Deceased mahs a member of Societa Collerancse. Funeral services will be held Monday morning at 8:30 from the home and at I) o'clock at St. Mary's Church. ItAl.ltKUTII Amldlo Dalberth, Feb. 11, 1942. Survived by eight sons, Charlea, Thomas, Michael, Harrv, James, John, Frank and Louis; one daughter, Mrs. John Versage; one brother, John; two sisters, Francisca and Giuseppa of Italy; 23 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Funeral will take place Monday morning, Feb. 16, 1942, from the family home, 33 Pearl St.,- at 9 o'clock and 10 o'clock at St. Mary's Church. Interment in Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. Arrangements by Michael J. Emma. KING Thursday, Feb. 12, 1942. Matilda F., widow of Fred L. King, 345 Alexander St. She leaves her son, Albert E. King; her sister, Mrs. George B. Torrance. Pittslield, Mass.; one brother, Alfred H. Mo-Keel, Campbcllford, Ontario, Canada; two grandchildren, Helena and Thnmas Gardner Jr. Funeral services at Hedges New Memorial Chapel, Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Interment in Alt. Hope Cemetery. KNOWI.ES-Suddenly, Friday, Feb. 13, 1942, John Wesley Knowles of 38 Elgin St. He is survived by his wife, Laura S. Knowles; two sisters, Mrs. Daniel H. Joyce of Philadelphia, Pa., and Mrs. Joseph Morton of this city; one brother, George H. Knowles; also one niece and three nephews. He was a member of Veterans Memorial Pout No. 2789, VFW. Friends may call at Barton & Coates, 1.17 Cody St., corner of. Jefferson, where funeral service will be conducted Monday afternoon, 2:30 o'clock. Interment In Mt. Hope Cemetery. MKTZUKKThursday, Feb. 12, Martin A. Metzger. He is survived by one son, Raymond J.; five sisters, Mrs. Oscar Nltz, Mrs.' Martin Bopp, i Mrs. Elizabeth Hefner, Miss Anna Metzger and Mrs. Mary Kerber: two grandchildren, Lois Ann and Donald J. Metzger; several nieces and nephews Funeral services from the home of his son, 243 Westchester Ave., Monday, Feb. 16, at 8:30 o'clock and 9 o'clock at St. Ambrose Church. Interment in Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. NICHOLS Mrs. Myrtle Bauer Nichols, Thursday evening, Feb. 12, 1912, at her residence, 120 Marion St. She Is survived by her husband, William Nichols; four daughters, Evelyn, Marcella, Dorthea Hnd Ora June; three sons, Norman, Eldred and William Jr.; her father, Charles Bauer; two sisters, Mrs. George Brook and Mrs. Raymond Ross; one brother, Edward Bauer; one niece and one nephew. Friends may csll nt C F. Rclicuer-man Sons Funeral Home, 412 Brown St. (opposite Allen), from where the funeral will take place Monday morning at 8:15 o'clock and 9 o'clock lit St. John The Evangelist Church. Interment in Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. NORTE It Emma R. Norter, Thursday evening, Feb. 12, 1942, at her home, 660 Avenue D. She Is survived by her husband. Fred J. Norter; of.e daughter, Mrs. Michael Kolchuk;'two sisters, Mrs. Lester Hart of Minneapolis, Minn., and Mrs. Andrew Lockwood of Rochester, N. Y. ; several nieces and nephews. Services Monday morning at 8:30 from Mattle's, 300 Cumberland St., and 9 o'clock at Our Lady of Perpetual Help. I'KNDAK Entered Into rest. Feb. 12, 1942, Peter J. Pendar of 459 Frost Ave. He Is survived by his wife, Margaret Hayes Pendar; one daugn-ter, Ruth- one son, Harold; five sisters, one brother, and one grandson. He was a member of Genesee Falls Lodge 507. F&AM ; Cyrene Command-ery 39. Lalla Rookh Grotto, Shrine, and Veterans of Foreign Wars. Friends may call at Corbetfs Funeral Chapel, 532 Lake Ave. Service Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment in Mt. Hope Cemetery. ritl EST Entered Into rest at the family home, Atlantic Avenue, Pen-lield, Friday, Feb. 13, 1942, Caroline Amsler Priest, aged 77 years. She leaves her husband, John 11. Priest.; one. daughter, Mrs. Mina Tohln; one son, George, both of Pen Held; nine grandchildren ; also several greatgrandchildren ; two brothers, Louie and Fred Amsler of Webster; one sister, Mrs. Kathiine Sexton of Palmyra. Funeral from the home In Penfield Monday, Feb. 16, at 2:30 o'clock. Interment In Oakwood Cemetery in Penflcld. UNTKRnORN At his home, T.H Hocltzer St., on Friday, William J. Unterbnrn. He is survived by six sons, Ernest, Henry, Louis, Edward, Frederick and Norman; three daughters, Mrs. Frank Hamp. Mrs. William Busse and Mrs. Horace Evans: one brother. Ernest Unterborn of Hamlin, N. Y. ; also 18 grandchildren and 18 great-grandchildren. He was a member of Bricklayers and Plasterers Union, Local 11. Friends may call at L. Schauman's Sons. 6G9 No. Clinton Ave., where services will be held on Monday at 2 n. m. The Rev. Thomas Berg will officiate and the interment will be in Mt. Hope. VERBURG Suddenly, at his home on Mill Street, Ontario, N. Y., Friday morning. Feb. 13, 1942. Isaac Verburg, aged 74 years. He is survived by his wife, Sarah Masclee Verburg; three sons, four daughters, Jacob, John and Isaac, Joan, Marie, Sarah and Lavina; one granddaughter, all of Ontario; several nieces and nephews. Friends may call at the home where funeral services will be held Monday, Feb. 16, at 2:30 p. m. Interment in Furnaceville Cemetery. WIIEnON At her home, 215 Croydon Rd., on Friday, Feb. 13, 1942, Barbara Ann, daughter of George D. and Elizabeth C. Whedon. Besides her parents, she is survived by one brother, Dr. G. Donald Whedon of Cooperstown, N. Y. Friends may call at the home untd Monday at noon. Funeral service a? St. Paul s Church, East Avenue at Vick Park B, Monday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. In Memoriam PATT In loving memory of our dear son, George, who passed away Feb.' 14. 1934. Things have changed In many ways, But one thing changes never; The memory 01 those happy days When we were all together. Mother and Father. Vt mortal jHg&tf !irnirt Jl.AMl IKIi t It V IMC I lINo INFORMATION CLASSIFIED RATES Noil-ioiiiiiieicliil t'uxh Kates One It) leo beVI Day Davs Hhvs 10 words or less 4iu J I 06 $2 10 11 to 15 words 60u J1.55 $3.11) fr'or each word over 15 idd . . 4c lOo 20c Nuil- ominercijil ( Imrtr ltitc Ono l lit co Hi ven Day iliivt Dav 10 words or less 43o tl 20 til 11 to 15 word . 7oq (I HO ii in Fur ach word over 16 add.... be J'io 21k . Above rates apply only to Rochester and surrounding towns. Kates outside this territory are 8u per word daily. 6k: Sundays. Jiirrora in advertisements should be reported immediately to the adjustment clerk. THE DEMOCRAT AM) CHKUNIC1.K will not be responsible for more than one Incorrect insertion or one omission. Telephone Want Advertisements To Main 7400 Announcements Good Places to Hut 2 inicaen on the Routh 30c; su-zling porterhouse, 60c; frog legs 4oc. Port De Luxe. 852 Portland Ave! 30Marctift Oongsters Jean, Minerva" andHa-U waiian duet, Harley'a Eand. Delicious tood and legal beverages A 11..'. 1 A " . . . T ' . : . . .. . """-". ooa spencer port Kd. 623x6-7-6 Entertainment- rjodge Grill 1179 Lyell Ave. Flooi ' show Thursday through Sunday featuring "Mickey and Her Boys " tascinating rhythm trio singing pop-ular song requests. i'..ri .? Pi,.ri..'. (lenwood 72U1. ' 717 "coKh'a Billiard Academy, 3 East AVAvo. Finest tables. Jerome Keogh. a AJur Aleebun's Forest House Caters in banquets, weddings and bowling parties, going awuy parties, etc.; full course dinners, $1. Itidge-Culver. Culver 6956. 316 lost. Found, Strayed . Q IJeagle Hound Lost ; 9months, - male, vicinity Stone Rd. Reward. 997 Bennington Dr., Charlotte 1216-J. 719 IJeagle Hound Lost? Female, black. ' ami tan: vicinity Weaver n,l Joseph. Reward. 262 Weaver St. 313 locker Spaniel Red, lost Monday. License 190315. Reward. Glen-wood 6143-W. 216 fiahiorid-Ring Lost. Set in plat-inum. Elmwood or Strone-Me- morial ; great personal value: larire reward. Hillside 1834. 718 lnglish Setter Lost, black and J white male, license No. 18.1043. Reward. 262 Haze) wood Ter.. Culver 5178-M. 720 I female Beagles-Lost, near North Rose. Jan. .11. Reward offe Joseph Rogers, 201 Avenue E, Rochester. 216 Notice for Local Improvement February Sth, 1942. Notice Is hereby given that, pursuant to law. the allegations and objections of all persons Interested tn the assessment roll for the following local Improvement will be heard ,n Wednesday. February tho ISth, 1912. between the hours of 9 A. M. nnd 12 Noon and 2 P. M. and 4 P. M. at Room No. 26 City Hall, Rochester. ORI'. NO. 641 Ellslnore Street Pavement. WM. H. WOODWORTH. Assessor. 27-8-9-10-11-12-13-14-15-16 lot CHATTEL MORTGAGEES' SALE On March 24th. 1912. at two o'clock P. M., War Time, there will be sold at public auction at the Hamlet of Groveland Station, Town of Grove-land, Livingston County, New York, (about thirty-six miles south of City of Rochester, New York) a complete set of rond construction machinery and equipment, consisting of one IW ninety-four horse power unit with 12 cu. yd, LeTourucau scraper and with LeTourneau angle dozer equipped with lights; one Bufi'alo-Springtleld twelve ton three wheel roller; one Northwest shovel ami crane yds. CHnaclty caterpill.tr mounted: one Austin Western grader mounted on rubber 13' blude; Chicago pavement, oreaiier; Trojan sheepsfoot roller; Caterpillar tractor with rear pump and LaPlante Choate bull dozer; Jngersoll Rand Compressor; Foote paver caterpillar mounted; two International Harvester Company H.j tons dump trucks; electric aw ; Blaw Knox concrete bucket ; Jaeger 3" Centrifugal pump; Mathews 2" Centrifuiral numn: Cbicni'o Sinkor drill; IngersoU Rand pavement break er; uardner Denver sinker drill; Cleveland tamp, and a quantity of small tools consisting of points, drills, picks, shovels, hammers, edgers, etc. Genesee River National Bank of Mount Morris, New York, and Hartford Accident & Indemnity Company, Mortgagees: William J. Flynn, Mt. Morris, New York, Agent for Mortgagees. FOR INFORMATION write, wire or phone, Isaac Shoolman, Auctioneer, 825 Commerce Building, Rochester. New York. Telephone No. Stone 70113. 214-18 2t rpHE PF.OPLK OF THE STATE A OF NEW YORK. By the Grace of God Free and Independent. To Charles Welz, adopted son. Bertha E. Welz, deceased. Send Greeting: WHEREAS, Daniel J. Gallancy of Rochester, County of Monroe and State of New York, one of the Executors named In a certain Inst rumen-. In writing, bearing date Decrmoer 1. 11141, puipi rtirg to be the last Will and Testament of said Pert ha E. Welz, late of the Town of Ironde-quoit, in said County of Monroe and State of New York, deceased, and relating to both real and personal property, has lately made application to the Surrogate's Court of the County of Monroe, to have said instrument proved and recorded as a Will of personal and real estate, you, and each of you are cited to show cause before the Surrogate of the County of Monroe, at his office in ihe City of Rochester, in said County of Monroe. New York, on the 10th day of March, 1942, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of that day, why the said Will and Testament should not be admitted to probate as a will of real and personal property. And if any of the aforesaid persons ate under tho age of twenty-one years, or Insane or otherwise incompetent they will please take notice that they are required to appear by their general guardian, If thev have one, and If they have none, that they appear and apply for the appointment of a special guardian, or in the event of their neglect or failure to do so, a special guardian will be appointed by the Surrogate to represent and act for them in the proceedings for the probate of said Will. IN Testimony Whereof. We have caused the seal of the Surrogate's Court of the County of Monroe ".o be hereto affixed Witn")s. Hon. JOSEPH M. L. S. FEELY, Surrogate of said County, at the City of Rochester, this 6th dav of February in the year of our Lord, one thousand nine hundred and forty-two. RAY C. SCHAEFER, Deputy Clerk Surrogate's Court. 27-14-21-28 4t Deaths WHIGIIT Entered into rest Feb. 1.1 1H42. Edith Moore Wright of 32H Augustine St., beloved wife of Alva J. Wright. Besides her husband, she is survived by one niece and two nephews. Friends are Invited to call at the Peters Keiner Funeral Home, 1511 Dewey Ave., from where funeral will be held Monday, Feb. 16, at 2 o'clock. Interment at Churchville, N. Y. Announcements Lost, I'otlnd Mriijcd A Hand Truck Lost, vicinity Brooks Reward. Culver aiHMl. 1 1 Avenue, 215 1)earl Scarf Pin: Lost about 12 days ago. down town Rochester or Seneca. Nice reward. Manager's of fice. Hotel Seneca. 310 1)ortable Radio Lost, vicinity Cobbs Hill; reward. Call Monroe fiTn.vj. :tn IurHetWill party who returned unendorsed check from contents of lout purse, be so kind s to return receipt hooka, keya and 'luirg"r plate. X-f.4 Democrat. 721 Ochnauzer Lost, black and grey, jewel collar. Reward for informa-ti.on. Klstler, Stone 40J0. 716 Oum'of Money In red wallet; lost, O vicinity General Hospital, Lieder-kranz Club or Culver-Winton section. Owner nieds same. Liberal reward. Culver 3C02-R. 717 Tatcli " nin Tatch Lapel, lost Monday eve- C Powers Hotel. Monroe 90;!2. Reward. 31 IYrsonali 7 Debts Notice is hereby given that I will not be responsible for nny debts contracted for bv anyone other than myself. Dated this 13th day of February, 1!M2. Signed. James C. Mustart. Address. 1948 Lake Ave. 316 Vny girl In trouble and tn need of a friend, call Stone 3307 or see Mrs. Major C. Brunner, Salvation Army. 61 North St. T Business Personals fi Vmbulance Straight Local and long distance, humanitarian rates. Doctors' Exchange. Monroe 2.!21 . 715 4 ntique Jewelry Trinkets,, rings, Vgold teeth, watches, stiver bought, uevinson Bros., 48 North St.1 T famonds Estates, Individual nieces bought, sold, appraised; excellent reference. Fisher, Z12 Mercantile Bldg., Stone 347. 30 Mch 2 Diamonds Gold bought, antique lowolry, btidgoworK, watches silver. Kold-niled. wo buy walct. movements too, we buy from public and dealers. Wherever you go see Barton gold last, you'll always get more. 202 Burke Bldg Big gold letters on tho door, straight from the elevator; thedoor Is always open.T Dresses Just arrived ! Prints, plain: 'l sizes. Special on winter coats! 709 Joseph, corner Lang-ham. 713 1, funerals At reasonable pneos Service and quality unexcelled C. L. Kennedy, lflftl E. Main St. "Health Foods" "And'health Ice -I - cream for everyone Including diabetics. Diet Shoppe, 480 E. Main. 719 Income Returns Prepared, reasonable, appointment. 55 Keclor St. (.lenwood 45U-J. 716 I' ncomo Tax Returns Prepared, $2. Posncr & Curtis, Main 6115. 718 Income Tax Advisors 2 offices, 45 Gibbs 282 East Main, opposite McCurdv's. Stone 655. Open daily 9 -a. m. to 10 p. m., Sunday 12 to . Returns complete with acknowledg ment, $2. 216 Income Tax Service Kalbflelsch Travel Agency, Stone and Main streets. ;.720 Income Aid in preparing tax returns. Town.send. 062 Monroe Ave. . notary-public, Monroe 1208. 719 Income Tax Advisors 45 Gibbs St., Stone 655. evenings. Genesee 3816. Office open daily 9 a. m. to 10 p. m. Returns mado out complete. 72 with acknowledgement. Avoid the rush, mak your return now nnd save when time can be given to make proper deductions. 717 Income Tax Returns Prepared at your residence, Munderback. Genesee 1462 715 Shoes Better grades; samples, cancellations. $0, $7, now $1.98. 208 North. 717 llXindow Shadea Cleaned, re-T versed, recovered. Venetian blinds to order, free estimates. Edgett Shade Shop, 390 Frost Ave. Gen. .1299 T 1urnt. torn clothing, rewoven like new. Mail orders anywhere French Textile Co.. 428 Ave. A. "1 C Custom mado pants. $4.50 up; hun-s dreds of all-wool ends to select Charles Cohen. 117 W. Main. I Save ! ! About half on yard goods, silks, woolens, cottons, drapes, slip covers. Manhattan Silk Store. 881 E. Main. next to Wegman's. 'I nighest Prices "paid for old gold, watches and diamonds. Sea u first. Oamler'sKH Main E. T Slnu Sufferers! Make sure you get relief ! I Buy tho product that guarsntees results or your money will be refunded. Use Ms'd's Nose Spray. No case oo chronic for head colds, catarrh, congestion or sinus. Sold at all drug stores. T Have your eyes examined, glasses fitted at Grant's Optical Department. Low prices. D. L. Fleishr optometrist. 30Mar,8 T ost ! A good shapely figure, by wearing poor fitting corsets. Katherine-K non-elastic garments control figures heautiiullv. bOl Tern pie Bldg. 718 I)ants to or'-r; finest fabrics, styl and fit. Quality Pants Store .18 E. Main St. Tx6 Auctions Auctioneers, Auction Sales 12 Ijast Avenue Auction Galleries 254 East Ave. Cash buyers. Louts J. Glascr, auctioneer. ' Stone 5.152 515 Vuction Monday. Feb. 16. 1 :30 p. m. sharp, Paris Beauty Salon. 249 Main St. E. Modern beauty parlor equipment. Following is a partial list: Nestle P. W. machine, shampoo bowls nnd wash basins, 2 Senator dryers, paidar 8-hood dryer, 26" air circulator fan. movable h'tse; mirrors, booths, drapes, inlaid linoleum, red leather facial chair ami ottoman, Arnao steamer.- 3 turbina-tors. National ca?h register, lc to $99.99, nnd cabinet; Universal combination machine, mirrors nnd sterilizers, ,1 chrome swivel chairs. 2 chrome mnnicuring tables, 20 chrome leather arm chairs, chrome leather settee nnd chair, l.'l fluorescent lighting fixtures with two 20-watt bulbs each, indirect lamps, metal closets, outside Neon hanging sign and other genernl beauty parlor equipment. Entire 2nd floor of modern equipment (all alternating current). Lease expires, everything for immediate removal within 24 hours. Terms cash, nothing reserved. Everything to be sold separately and not as a whole. Emanuel Levy, auctioneer. Main 4376. 317 A1 uction: Sat., Feb. 21, Ionia, N. Y., commencing 10 a. m., D. S. T. Seven horses. 18 head of cattle, hay and oats. Farm tools sold first, household goods 1 p. m. Terms cash. Mrs. Martin Nugent. Habecker, auctioneer. 216 4 uction, $2,000 worth of good mer-chandise. The stock of Bickle's Restaurant and Ice Cream Parlor, also stock of Parker Electric Co., to be held in Bickle Store. Cook Block. Medina, Wednesday, Feb. 18. 12 noon. Harold G. Hill, auctioneer. Soda fountain, carbons tor, compressor, (new motors), silver, glasses, dishes, back bar fixtures, milk shakers, fudge warmers, urns and complete kitchen equipment, 2 Hot Point electric stoves, Frigidaire (good as new). 17 booths and tables (easily worth $200). 3 greeting card cabinets (cost $120). tall lamps, 6 costumers, electric fans, cupboards, chairs, 5 stools (cost $75), 2 cash registers, 1 adding machine, spot lights, signs and in addition, electrical equipment, fixtures, percolators, flat irons, urn set (list price $39.50), lamps, 3 scales (1 almost new. cost $250). clocks, driers, razors. flash lights, trays and hundreds of other articles, such as lumber, scrap iron, aluminum, etc. A great opportunity to stock up at. your own price. Terms cash. Deposits wid hold higher priced goods, reasonable time. Goods mny be inspected in store Tuesdav afternoon and night. February 17. Come early. Sale will be fast and will start at 12 noon. Frank G. Curvin. 317 Iast Avenue Auction Galleries 254 East Ave. Cash buvers. Louis J. Glaser, auctioneer. Stone 5352. 721 Automotive Auto Accessories, Part J 5 Auto Parts Russell has them, used or new. Save money. 032 Soutn Clinton, Stone 624. 1 Auto Parts Largest stock of used parts in town. "Unit Parts," 122: East Main '1 Auto Parts For good used ones call Schuher Auto Parts. 558 Lyell. trlen. 6775. Open Sunday 9-1 I Automobiles For Sate 18 Iulck 1941 sedanette, privately owned; white sidewall tires, radio: under seat heater, fender hielts and other extras. 250 Lake Ave. 51u 1uick 1941 special SE 4 door se- dan, radio, heater, airfoam cushions, seat covered since new; sale price $995. Red Wikinson, 250 Mt. Hope. 216 1uick '41 5-passenger coupe, $1095. "Week End Sale at Pro War Prices." Meacham Pontine Co., Pitts-ford. 317 1uick 1940 sedan, small motor, super radio, heater. 18 miles per gal., new tires, low mileage; must sell today at cheap price. 1551 South AVf. Zlti 1uick 1940 special club coupe . extras; sale price $795. Rd Wijkinson. 250 Mt. Hope. 216 ruick '37 convertible, foglights, spotlight, etc.: a sportsman's car complete: sale price $495. Red Wilkinsons, 250 Mt. Hope. 216 1uick Notice: 90 cars to be liqnl-' daetd immediately, all prices $25 to $1000. Reductions Up to $200 to move before strict government rationing. Every car will he priced to sell quirk. Hurry for choice. Most select stock in USA. Most cars have tires good for 2 to 3 years. Remember unless you have a priority num-br you may not get a car until after the war and selections are getting scarce all over. Hurry I! to "World's Largest Showroom." Frank Jones "Service nnd Sales." (New and used), 640Culver,cor.Athtntic. 217x6-1 ulck 1940 "91" sedan. This venr'a pr!e over $2,600; low mileage, black linish, broadcloth vphnlster Ing. Very desirable for anyone who requires a larger car, $1,045. Whiting Buick, 342 East Ave. 717 Iuick 1941 fordor sedanTdriven less than 6,000 miles, exactly like new throughout, radio, heater, extras. $1,098. Standard Pontiac Sales. 626 W. Main, p.uy Defense Ponds." 216 1uick 1938 coupe, fine tires, runs ' good, biggest value In Rochester, $.198. Standard Pontiac Sales, 620 W. Main. "Buy Defense Bonds." 216 1uick 1940 super club coupe, 12,000 actual miles, heater and defrosters; tires good for 2 years. Monroe Auto Sales, 55 Monroe Ave. 216 1uick 1939 small model sedan, heater and defroster, driven Just 23.000 miles. $595. McEvov Motors. 77 Monroe Ave. 216 1uick 1910 super 4-door sedan, one owner, radio, heater, almost new tires, $898. Standard Pontiac Sales, 625 W. Main. 216 1uick 1941 special 4-door sedan, - radio, heater, spotlight, fog lights and many other extras. Beautiful black linish. Driven very little; also 9 other '41 Buicks, sedanetR, club coupes nnd sedans. Some with two tone linish, priced from $1065. "Top Allowance Alwavs." Marshall Motors. 282 South Ave. cor. Howell snd 7.!0University Ave; 216 Julek 1940 super club coupe, radio, heater. 3 to choose from. See us for ton allowance. Marshall Mo-tors, 2.82 South Ave. 1ulck 1936 special sedan, radio, heater, defroster. New tires. Here's a buy. $299. Marshall Mo-tors, 282 South Ave. 216 1uick 1940 sedan, Super, shiny black finish, heater and" radio. practically new tires, driven only 13,000 miles, has had excellent care and shows it. See this one today. Valley Cadillac. 333 East Ave. 317 ruick T-" e advantage of our used car values now; much l(Uvcr than tho usual prices vou can find elsewhere. Whilin-r Biilck, 342 East Ave 717 1ulck 1939 special 6-pnss. sedan. low mileage; radio and other extras; black finish: excellent tires; guaranteed by reliable dealer, $595. Whiting P.ulck, 342 East Ave. 717 ("ladillnc 19.12; 32.000 miles; six J very good tires. Hillside 2511. 316 Chevrolet ! ! -Chevrolet."! ! ! ! J We have several late model coupes, town and sport sedans. These cars look and are like new. Some have been driven only a few thousand miles ! ! Act "now to insure troublefree transportation nt reasonable prices. Our large stock includes several cheaper cars in most makes and models at very attractive prices ! ! I Still the best deal in town I I ! Ask your neighbor ! ! I Heinrich Motors, 214 Lake Ave. 417 Chevrolet Notice: 90 cars" to "be liquidated immediately, all prices $25 to $1000. Reductions up to $200 to move before strict government ra tioning. Everv car will bo priced to sell quick. Hurry for choice. Most select stock in USA. Most cars have tires good for 2 to 3 years. Remember unless you have a priority number you may not get a car until after the war and selections are getting scarce all over. Hurry:! to "Worlds Largest Showroom." Frank Jones "Service and Sales." (New and used). 640 Culver, cor. Atlantic. 217x0-1 Chevrolet 1936 master deluxe sedan, radio, heater and good tires. $299; written guarantee. Mo roe Auto Sales. 55 Monroe Ave. 216 Chevrolet 1611 deluxe sedan, heat- er, spotlight, black finish, only i.i.uou miles. see this one today Full price, $825. Valley Cudl'.Uc, I'M c.nHt Ave. 317 (Chevrolet 1939 masterdeluxe trunk J sedan. Driven just 13,000, all original rubber, cannot he told from new. Always seat covered; also 1939 master deluxe coupe, 49S. McEvov Motors, 77 Monroe Ave 216 Chevrolet 1935 master coach, nice ' condition: also Plymouth 193.1 coach, A-l, cheap. Bopp, 9 Englert. 216 Chevrolet 1936 del. town sedan, $229. Hallman Central Chevrolet, 200 East Ave. 317 C Chevrolet 1940 deluxe town sedan. J heater and extras, cleanest In Rochester, $698. Standard Pontiac Sales. 626 W. Main. 216 (Chevrolet 1939 town sedan radio, J heater, original black finish, low mileage, tires and upholstery good, $545. Cool Chevrolet, 360 Culver. 417 (Chevrolet 1941 deluxe town sedan, radio and heater, also 1940 special sedan, new tires; priced for quick sale. Chapmarf-Bellis Inc.. 160 Mt. Hope Ave. 317 C Chevrolet 1940 special' "deluxe J town, like new, with many ac-cebsories ; low mileage ; good tires. 195 Clifford Ave. 216 Chevrolet 1941 deluxe club coupe, heater and defroster, low mile-.age. beautiful tires. Bargain at $795. New low prices on all cars. Churchill Motors, 110 Mt. Hope. 216 C Chevrolet 36 coupe. Great bargain at $225. Also '36 town sedan at same price. You'll like the tires too. New low prices on all cars. Churchill Motors, 110 Mt. Hope. 216 (Chevrolet Tudor, 1941,14,000 actual J miles, beautiful condition, $795. McCarthy's, 6.",4 State. 216 Chevrolet 1939, bus. coupe. $199. Hallman Central Chevrolet, 200 East Ave. 317 hevrolet T939 deluxe town sedan", J $529. Hallman's Central Chevrolet. zoo East Ave. 317 Chevrolet t936"conch71935 town sednn, V coach, conditioned better than elsewhere. Now is the time to compare quality; see us first and save time. Ailing & Miles Inc., 82 Stone St. 317 Chevrolet 1940 special deluxe club coupe, a beautiful driving one-owner enr, traded in on '41 Buick convertible; also '40 Chevrolet deluxe coupe, like new. $595. Top Allowance Always! Marshall Motors, 730 University Ave. 216 Automotive Automobiles For Sal 1ft Chevrolet 1940 deluxe S passenger coupe, $ i79 Hallman Centml Chevrolet, 2uO East Ave. ill C Chevrolet 1939 master deluxe sport ' sedan, beautiful dark green fin ish, practically new white wail tires, has radio, heater. $579. Also 19"9 master deluxe ciub coupe. Always 1 better deal nt Marshall Motors, 2'2 South Ave., co-, Lowell. SI4 Chevrolet 1937 deluxe town'sedan, y light blue, finish, excellent condition. Hurry. Sitln price 1119. K-incmher top allownnc nt Mnrnh.iil Motors, 282 South Ave., cor. HotsVi). 2! C Chevrolet 1936 coupe. Radio and heater. All nearly new tires, $239. Windsor Studebaker Sales, 694 Lake. 215 c ord Beverly sedan, newest model, extras; excellent tires: sale trice $295. Red Wilkinson, 250 Mt. Hope. is 21 De Soto 1937 coupe. overJrive, heater, defrosters, beautiful bleg finish, $209. Top allowance always at Marshall Motors, 2S2 South Ave. 21 D s Soto 1910 deluxe business coupe. Very low mileaee. S71.1. "Genesee Valley Motors. De Soto-Plymouth Dist.;" 625 Culver Rl, corner Atlantic Ave. 4!T D n Soto 193.8 convertible coupe, $499. Cool Chevrolet, 360 Culver. 417 De Soto 1939 deluxe 4-door sedan-Here Is a dandy. Driven Just 12.000 miles bv one owner. Equipped with push button radio, heater, etc. Car appears new, $498. McEvoy Motors, 77 Monroe Ave. 215 D odge 1938 fordor, $489. Judge's. 317 81 Lake. Dodge 1941 custom convertible club coupe, original green finish, like new, green top and rreen lenth-er upholstery, custom built-in radio, heater nod defrosters, spot light, two fog lights, special signal light, 4-tonn musical horn. ! I al rear vision mirror, chrome wheel rlngn, live white side wall tlra. Driven 11,-500 miles, $1,195. Horton s, liHi University Ave. 214 Dodges "Dependable Used Cars.'" 1941 deluxe coupe, $825. 1940 deluxe coupe, $665; 1939 deluxe sedan. $610; 19.19 coach, $575; 1938 trunk se dan, 4J3; J937 deluxe sedan, S-toO; 19.17 coupe, $.110; 1936 sedan, $265; 19.16 coupe, $225. Some have radios, all- have heaters. Morton', 1044 University Ave. 213 Dodge 1937 Sedan. 37"Ford sedati and coach, '35 Chevrolet coupe, 35 Chevrolet std. sedan, '39 Olds coach, '35 Lafayette sedan. Schuher Auto Parts, 558 Lyell, Glenwood 6775. 214 Doilge '3(5 trunk, 4-door sedan, beautiful condition throughout, now only $225. New low prices on nil cars. Churchill Motors, 110 Mt. Hone. 214 D odge 1941 custom town sednnT never registered, driven lust 2,000) miles, as near new as you can possibly find; new car guarantee. Mc Evoy Motors, 77 Monroe Ave. 214 1 odge 1941 coupe, driven-Just a JL' few miles, radio and heater, guaranteed th same as new. McEvoy Motors, 77 Monroe Ave. 214 Dodge 1940 sedan, heater de froster, has had unusually good care, $698, McEvoy Motor3, 77 Monroe Ave. 514 Dodge Sedan, 1939, spotless-condition throughout, positively must be seen to be appreciated; full prici only $599. Valley Cndlllae, 3:13 Er. Ave. Dodge 1939 4-door luxury liner sedan. A real beauty. lias radio, heater, etc. Few miles bv careful owner (name on request). Tires like, new, $498. McEvoy Motors, 77 Mon- roe! 214 Todge 1941 custom 4-door sedan, fully equipped with radio nnd heater. Driven few miles by company official, $798. McEvoy Motors. 77 Monroe. 214 Dodge 1937 4-door deluxe sedan, heater, defroster, good tires, onlr $298. McEvoy Motors, 77 Monroe Ave. Dodge 1936 bus. coupeT$199. Half-trnn Central Chevrolet, 200 East Ave, 317 T VMlgH 1938 4 door deluxe trunk sedan, heater nnd defroster. $440. Bonenbluat, A Buckmnn, 7l Dewey. 817 D odge 1940, 4-door deluxe edan. heater and extras. $698. Standard Pontiac Sales, 2ft W. Main. 214 I odge 1940 deluxe tudor sedan, 'sparkling ebony black finish, driven but few thousand miles. Has radio, air conditioning unit and many extras. Like new In every respect, $769. (Former owner's name on request). Remember top allowance nt Marshall Motors. 22 South Ave. 214 Todge 1938 deulxe tudor trunk se-A dan. immaculate inside and out. thoroughly reconditioned, $469. Marshall Motors, 282 South Ave., cor. Howell. 214 Todge 1936 deluxe coaclu Th cleanest one In town, motor lust completely overhauled. A real nuy at $295.00. Windsor Motors. 694 Lake. 214 Dodge '36 4-door sedan, heater, good tires, original paint, $295. Spike's Motors, 975 So. Clinton Av. 721 Iord 1934 coupe, radio, "Tien ter, good condition. 320 Roxboroueh Road. 717 Ij'ord 1935 sedan; fine condition; tires, heater; $125. 47 Cleveland. 417 I7ord '35 convertible, new top, radio, heater. Culver 4833-M. 314 17ord 1933 tudor, radio, heater, $42.50. Stewart Nash, 552 E. Main. 417 Iord 1937 "tudor; bargain at $193" Re Wilkinson, 2T0 Mt. Hope. 814 IJVird 1939 staTt Ion wagon, excellent condition, low mfleage. $575. Best buy in town. Red Wilkinson, 250 Mt. Hope. J 2Jl6 I.ords ! t ! ! Chevrolets till Plymouth ! ! ! ! 1941 Ford deluxe fordor. $798; 1941 Plymouth sedan. $787; 1939 Chevrolet sport coup, $188 f 1 I ! 1933 Dodge coupe, $7: 1935 Chevrolet sedan, $134: 1932 Ford coupe. $79; 1935 Ford fordor, $75. "Where You Can Always Deal," Servants, 727 East Main. 317 "lord 1936 convertible, good condi-- reasonably. 1023 Norton St. 214 Iord 12.16 convertible, good condition, good tires. Hillside 2126-W. 317 TUVrd 1935 coupe, rumble seat, A radio, heater, $75. Glenwood 6799. 314 Iord '37 tudor good condition, now onlv $125. New low price on nil cars. Churchill Motors, 110 Mt. Hone. 214 "Iord 36 tudor, good condition now onlv $125. New low prices on all cars. Churchill Motors, 110 M'. Hope. 214 Tord 1941 super deluxe sedan; -1- radio, heater, white wall tires, beautiful ebony finish, driven 5,000 miles. Save, $$$$. Top allowance, always at Marshall Motors, 730 University. 214 Ijiord 1941 club convertible,-8.000 miles. Two tone paint, gasoline heater, car good a-s new, $945. Fincher's. 37 So. Union. 317 Iord 1937 (85) tudor, all original black finish, gasoline heater, four General tires that are almost new, $298. McEvoy Mofrs, 77 Monrbe Ave. 214 Iofd 1935 coupe, swell set of rub", ber, only $98. McEvoy Motors, 77 Monroe Ave. 214 lord 1935 deluxe coach, radio", heater and good tires. $149. Monroe Auto Sales, 55 Monroe Ave. 214 lord Coupe," 1936. excellent "Ynn- dltlon. verv pood tires, only $1S9 Valley CadilUc. 333 East Ave. 317 lord-1937 tudor. black finish, fx- rellent condition, eood tires- full nrice only $215. Valley Cadillac nil East Ave. 317 Tord 1937 tudor-sedan7 all read v to go. $148. McEvoy Motors, 77 Monroe Ave. 214 "Iord 1931 deluxe 5 passenger en'-A closed, good tires: also 1911 coupe, heater. Bopp, 9 Englert. 213

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