The Daily Messenger from Canandaigua, New York on January 7, 1948 · Page 15
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The Daily Messenger from Canandaigua, New York · Page 15

Canandaigua, New York
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Wednesday, January 7, 1948
Page 15
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TOE PfllOOKfl DAILY MJSSSENG1SB, CANAN1M1CUA, N. Y., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 7, 1948 PAGE SEVEN by Ham Fisher CAH ? "ERE HAVE A MOTHER, "PEAWT5* 1 GOTTA 60 AN'CALL HE COME IN MY POOL ROOM Hffc. AS * SNAKES BEltf... HElDLEMEPLENTy.I THINK THAT WALSH THING WAS A OKAY/SOME OF THE 60) BE OVER... YA KNOW SOMETHIN 1 ... LUN6Y TOLE ME ONE NITE HE WAS AFRAID HE WAS GONNA GIT DVOIKS FROW MARVIN. USED fSHOOT POOL MY JOINT. ME WIFE...SHE AIN'T BEEN ^ ' / FEEUN 1 TOO GOOD. Rushville Central School District Votes $3.000 for Transportation Classified Advertising: {Business Opportunities 10 Automobiles For Sale 17 (Articles For Sale 32 must be received in the office of The Daily Messenger before 3:00 p. m. to insure publication next day. Stop orders must be received by 5 p. m. Credit will not be allowed for errors in advertisements unless reported- before 10 a. in. on the day following first publication. Identity of advertisers using box numbers for "blind ad" replies cannot be revealed. Please do not ask for this information. Advertisers will be required to pay postage wnen necessary to forward any "Mind ad" replies by mail. The right is reserved to edit or reject any advertising copy. RATES--15c per line charged. Jn c j pcr line . c ? sh °. r if P aid within ^0 days alter first insertion. 3 consecutive insertions, 13c per line charged, lOc per line cash. Other long term rates on request. Phone 897 for Ad Taker ANNOUNCEMENT* RESTAURANT, "Yellow M i l l s Diner" 1 mile west of Palmyra, Route 31, all fixtures and equipment, electric water pump, new Delco oil burner, chrome chairs and tables, seats 51, Magic Chef stove, two large refrigerators, etc. Possession at once. A r t h u r L. Young Realty Company, .')! Soulh Main street, Canandnigtia. Phone 500. Successor to Ray W. Johnson Real Estate Company. 60-6 BUSINESS BLOCK in small village with upstairs apartment 1 . Individual gas heaters, gas water heaters, bath, electric fixtures and wiring (new). Possession at FemalB Help Wanted 12 Iptclal Hftiii NOTICE--Carl ton M. Hatch, 227 West avenue, Canandaigua, having passed the state examination for real estate broker's license, is no longer in my employ as real estate salesman. Dated January 5, 1948. Arthur L. Young Realty Company, 31 S. Main St., Canandaigua. 6C-7 WANTED--Ride to Canandaigua irom Keeker's Cider Mill about 8:30 a. m. Phone 1149-W. x!7-7tf VOJJ CAN get popcorn that pops «t DIBBLE'S Gift Shop. 97-44os WANTED--Washing!" only, "specialty for uniforms and ruffled curtains. Phone 1294-J. x!7-12 TRACTORS, trucks, automobiles repaired. McMann's Garage, Bliss road, R. F. D. 5, Canandaigua. X63-12 FOR PROMPT, efficient ash and refuse service call 216-J or C Reese. 81 Chapin St. 13-32 WE TRUST YOU! Samples on approval. Show Everyday Greetings for extra earnings! Everybody buys big value 15-card 51 box. Pays you up to 50c cash profit. Personal stationery, birthday, gift wraps, humorous, others. Retail 60c up. No experience needed. Get samples. FRIENDSHIP, 805 Adams, Elmira, N. Y. x59-5 WANTED--Dishwasher also "waitress. Inquire at Miller's Diner. _207 So. Main St. - 61-7 EXPERIENCED" HOUSEKEEPER wanted in Geneva by business couple with 12 year child, live in. Modern home, all conveniences, no laundry, time off, two weeks vacation w i t h pay, use of car. 325 per week. References. Write box D-4, c/o Messenger Office. 47-11 WOMAN--Light duties, care of 3 children, board and room. Phone 790-L-5. 45-12 Highest Prices Paid on the Spot --For-USED CARS A. W. White 25 Ontario St. Phone 1SS ' W H I T E ENAMELED kitchen j stove, oil burners--can be used , for cooking; coal grates can be ( obtained, 320 No. Main St. 4J-12 j CRANK 30 GAL. automatic gas v.'akT heater, case slightly dam- aj;f'l in shipping. Same guarantee j as_nr\'.- heater at greatly ''educed price, no down payment. Small m o m lily payments. R u s s e l l Plumbing and Heating. Phone 1-ia-J. 67-6 FOR SALE--1945 Army Jeep, 17, j BABY CARRIAGE, a l u m i n u m 000 miles, one owner. Excellent Taylor Tot. Phone 416-W .\59-10 condition. Reasonable for cash, i-hone Kolcomb 342-B. x43-14 Highest Cash f'rlccs for U S E D C A R S Carter Phillips Motors, Incorporated Phonn 200 ACE FARM HOME FREEZERS, stainless steel tops, cork insulation. 10--15--20--21 and 3u cubic, foot. Special price this m o n t h only. Don Howard, Cdga. 64-10 FOR SALE -- New,"" "black ice skates, plate glass walnut v a n i t y dresser and other articles, 504 So. Main-St. 63-7 Tires and Accessories 19 U. S. ROYAL tires, Dunlop tires. DIBBLE'S Lake Shore station. 23-59tf ( J R A Y 100^ i n t e r l i n e d coat, new, too large for own-r, size 10 S30.00. Write box F-l, c/o Messenger Office. 62-7 Male Help Wanted 13 SALE of NEW AND USED HOUSE TRAILERS MANAGER for local tire store, j u u a c lien i.' sciifb CApui ICilCy, guaranteed wage plus profit .sharing. A good job for a responsible man. Apply in -person at the Dunlop Tire Store, 29 So. Main St., Canandaigua. 65-10 WHEN IN NEED of automobile: glass call on me at Centerfield, N. Y. Can give you a factory type job while you wait. Glass channels and" felts in stock. L. H. Loven, Route 5 20, Centerfield, N. Y. 40-32 Farm Equipment 24 SPRING-TOOTHED HARROWS, 3 or 4 section with reversible or plain teeth. Immediate delivery. Don Howard, Cdga. 64-10 2 BROODER HOUSES, 1 milk cooler. Phone 1308-W. . 48-11 MERCHANDISE Co The CORNER BOOK Store. 70-5 OFFICE SUPPLIES -- 4 drawer steel letter files, card files, all sizes, also cash and bond boxes, everything in stock. The CORNER BOOK Store. 70-5 ARTIST SUPPLIES -- Oil and water color paints, canvas board, all sizes, oils and varnish. We carry a most complete stock of everything for this work. The CORNER BOOK Store. 70-5 ELECTRIC DRILLS and grinders, bench vises, mail boxes, toilet seats, electric ranges, gas ranges, combination ranges, ice creepers, snow shovels and pushers. MERSON Hardware. 69-5 Typewriters 34 Russian Spy Film to Avoid World Strife By Boh Thomas HOLLYWOOD, i/i - The f i l m I -story of Russian espionage in ! Canada, "The Iron Curtain.'" w i l l · be treated merely as a spy Yarn, | and won't deal with American- i Soviet relations. | This information comes from ' the set of Hie picture, which is j being rushed to hit the nation's i screens as early as April. Inter-1 national disagreements will be | avoided in the film, although there j will be mention of the Communist propaganda line. j Dana Andrews tells of meeting i Igor Guzenko. whom the aclor portrays in (lie film. When Dana was on location in Ottawa, lie was escorted by the Royal Canadian police to a hideaway address. There he had a two-hour conversation in a small room with the former Russian embassy clerk whose information led to the Canadian spy trials. Humphrey Bogart says he has not yet received a telegram can- celling his invitation to the celebrated Bob Toppihg-Lana Turner party at the Mocambo. Says Bogie: "The party is still on as far as I'm concerned. I'm going to show up anyway, have a ball for myself and charge the bill to Topping'". Victor Mature may join Gene Tierney in "Symphony," Preston Sturges 1 first film in too long . . . Robert Coote joins Van Heflin as the second musketeer in MGM's Dumas classic. The actor, who appeared in "The Exile," will play Aramis. . . RUSHVILLE -- Central school district No. 2 comprising the towns of Italy, Potter. Middlesex and Gorham have voted to spend S3.000 for transportation of pupils on 19 spur routes throughout the area. The proposal was voted at ' a special meeting of voters M y n - ' day called by the board of education following filing of a peti- i lion for the extended pick-up ser- j vice. j John Barden of Penn Yan, at- · * ' ? r T ! 9 V f°T * ) 7 r T ? ^ * ' + iTM} f *'T. ' ) " * ' 5 T i r J ' the purpose of the additional i transportation before approximate- | ly 250. J. A. Paddock, president of J the board of education presided as meeting chairman. i The motion for expenditure of i The Suez canal was opened In 1SG9. j necessary money was brought be- · fore the meeting by Orion Reed a board member. ' ! » ,. H . , ! LdOlBS Aid ' _ _ " ' T n TdKP W *«»C Lodge Officers To Be Installed CLIFTON SPRINGS - - O f f i c e r s of Garoga Lodge, F. A. M., will be installed tonight, as follows: Master, Edward B. Clarke; Senior Warden, Ira Crawford; Junior Warden, Lyle Oswalt; .secretary. A r t h u r Taylor; treasurer, O. J. Do Vail; trustee for three year 1 ;, Carl Clement; S. D., J. Wjllard Walborn; J. D., Elman Cowell: S. M. C., Charles Quinter; J. M. C., Hugh Hawkes; Stewards, John Rodney, Sr. and Richard Walker; Tyler, Floyd Dean; Marshal. John O R L E A N S - - M e e t i n g of the Ladies Aid jnd Missionary Society of the Bapiist Church will bo hold Room in the Orleans school. Supper will be served tureen style at 7 o'clock with '.he First Division headed by Mrs. Nellie f. Biehl serving. A business meeting conducted by President Marjorie W. Shekell will take place after the supper. Husbands are invited to 'attend. For Bonds, Fire--Liability--Marine Insurance Phone 280 J. B. PATTERSON SON 33 North Main Street' Legion Building DIVIDENDS AN ADDED BENEFIT . ton; organist, Fred Hudson. Carl Clement has been named as chairman of the Rheumatic Fever Foundation Brotherhood Fund Campaign, assisted by the following: Manchester, Hugh DeVerc, Roy Durrani; Shortsvillc, J. W. Walborn, Lyle Oswalt. Charles Quinter; Clifton Springs, H. H. Griwald, O. J. DeVall, A. R. Wilson. Entertainment committee: John Loveless, Paul V. Bullock, Elman Cowell. Floral committee: N. B. Dunning, George Roper, Roy Durrani. 0. J. DeVall will be installing officer. WANTED--Man for permanent responsible position in local tire store. Must have previous sales or business experience. Tire knowledge preferred, but not essential. Good starting salary and bonus. Apply at Dunlop Tire Store 29 So. Main St. 14-11 YOUNG MAN to learn the grocery business, real opportunity. Apply in person at Market Basket Super Market. 33-11 Wanted 13-A WANTED--Ride to Kodak Park hours 8 to 4:30. Call 285-W. 6S-7 1-3 Down Balance Like Rent T.inrlforc nnno +nr 7 PC. new. and K St. WALNUT dinette set, like' TYPEWRITERS-We repair m_i_i _ , _ . _ - . .. mnlcp^ nf t\mo\*rr»Jtc»-c- *i n/i nr Tabletop combination co ;as stoves. Neilson's, 16 Co 15-6t 4 BURNER gas range, cheap Phone 467-R, 35 Fort Hill Ave Call evenings. 41-1 PIPE FURNACE--New Meuler-also used air compressor. Call 17 or can be seen at 80 Clark St. x32-l CROSS-CUT SAWS, wedges, chains, log chain repair links single and double axes. PECJi Hdw. Co. 37-1 DUNCAN GLASS 35 66 95 pc dinner sets. ,Ecko, Mirro-Malu Presto pressure cookers. Gift L China Shop, PECK'S Snd floor 37-11 Mobile (Aluminum) 23' Walco 1 19* Zimmer Aluminum 27' Zimmer 4 pass.. 27' Zimmer 6 pass. 27' Travelmaster _. 28' Walco 6 wheel . with twin bods $1450 ,$2250 .$1795 W A N T E D -- S e w i n g to do at. home. Phone 95S-.I, 48 1'urrLsh St. upstairs. x26-13 WANTED- Ride to Rochester in vicinity of Kodak Park, hours 8 'til 5. 82 Bcal St. x 13-11 ,$2595 $2695 .$3495 .$3495 Used Zimmer «.__$2250 Used Sparton $2695 Fully. Insulated Ol'RN EVERY DAY UNTIL !) P. M. R Y E R S O N TRAILER SALES N. Main St. . . . and . . . 451 E. Lake Road Situations Wanted FIREMAN and maintenance man. Call 1163-L-3. .\5-17 RURAL parcel post box, meat saws, cleavers, rock suit. Coy St Hdw. . , ROUND HEATER, medium sized. In very good condition. Reasonable. Phone 628. 58-11 HEAVY cocoa mats, something t h a t has not been on the market for years. We have them at the ELLIS Hdw. 54-12 AUTOMOTIVE Automobiles For Sad IT WATER WELLS--For more experience, better equipment and icss coat, call or write Barney A. Moravec, Penn Yan. Tellephone 390. 48-61tf CHAIR SAGGING? Divan toumpy? We can restore furniture to its original comfort. Right In your home. Work guaranteed. Divan $18.50, chair, 58.75. Phone your furniture problems to Sharkey furniture repair, Cdga. 97. 7f63tf WANTED--Hay and straw. Buy- \ng all grades at tbp market prices. W. J. Kipp, IS Niagara St. Phone 137. -17-filtf FOR SAI.K-~i:ra Chrysler sedan. Kooci rubber. Phone 130-W. 29 Sheldon St., Shortsvillc, N. Y. 38-11 F~OR""sALE ]935 Ford truck 1'i ton, 6 new tires, good shape. Tnq. Howard Schultx, School S;. Victor, N. Y. .\59-5 ' FEED the wild birds, while tin. snow is on the ground. We have the mixed .seed in 5 lb. packages at t h e ELLIS Ildxv. 51-.12 SINGLE SHOT, t u b u l a r , nml clip 22 cal. rifles ;ire now here al the ELLIS Hdw. £ Sporting Goods. JV1-12 NEIGHBORLY NEIGHBORS NEW FRIGIDAIRE. 6 cu. feci. new apartment size gas range, also Venetian blinds. Reasonable. 66 Chapin St. Phone 216-M. 66-5 - -- j all of typewriters and adding machines. Expert service. Coll 14. Photographic Supplies 41 PHOTO' SUPPLIES--Kodaks and cameras, projectors, enlargers, splicers and rewinds, trays and printers. Make us your photo headquarters. T h e C O R N E R BOOK Store. 70-5 REAL ESTATE RENTALS Apartments For Rent 42 2 ROOM APARTMENT! unfurnished, private bath, heat, gas and electric. Business woman preferred. Write box E-2, c/o Messenger Office. 49-12 happy with her plight at Warners. She is appearing in her third pic- lure in almost two years here, yet hasn't been seen by the U. s! film public . . . Special This Week FOR SALE 8 room home in good condition, garage, henhouse, garden and plenty of fruit. Main road close to city with school bus passing the door. -Easy to Finance T, Sunderlin Baker Licensed Broker Phone 1195-M Ask to see it if you wish a good home reasonable. Dresser Sets Crosses Jewelry Pendants Compacts Silver Ware Many Other Items Too Numerous To Mention T h u r s d a y - F r i d a y and S a t u r d a y Only! January 8-9-10 CROWN JEWELERS 156 South Main Street REAL ESTATE FOR SALE Nouses For Sale 51 6 ROOM HOUSE, east side all modern conveniences. Immediate possession. Price $4000. W. H. Hawley, Broker. Phone 399-W. 32 Greig Terrace, Canandaigua. 42-11 FOR RENT -- Immediate possession, 3 room apartment, u n f u r - nished, 51 Bristol St. See Chns. Spccrs or call 499-W. 51-11 Houses For Rent 43 I-'OR RENT--Ycar around home, 4 rooms completely furnished. 2 adults only. 5 miles up East Lake road. Phone 399-W. 71-7 FURNISHED house with modern improvements for 2 months while in Florida. Piione 1089-W. ^6-15 Stores and Offices 49 A PERFECT family home just off North Main St. with every desired modern convenience. Automatic heating, built-in k i t c h e n , h a r d w o o d floors, insulation, beautiful residential street where traffic is at a m i n i m u m . First l i m e offered for sale. W. H. Haw- loy, Broker. Phone 399-W, 32 Greig Terrace. 57-13 Wanted, Real Estate 55 WANTED--Homes in Canandaigua and surrounding towns for clients with cash. Florence? Trie- key, Canandaigua. 53-85tf WANTED TO BUY--House, must be moderately priced and pass for G. I. loan. Write box E-5. c/o Messenger Office. N59-7 Connolly January OFFICE ROOMS--Centrally lo-1 catcd, Frank Grabner. x5!)-10 ' WANTED--Listings of farms, city, village and business property. Ai'tl'.ur L. \ U M £ Realty C'.'., "1 So. Main St. Canandaigua. Phone 500. " 60-5tf Lost and Found LOST--Black cat with white markings. Reward, dead or alive. 699 So. Main street. Phone 543-J. X32-11 Foods 6 APPLES for eating and cooking, our own pasteurized fruit juices, eggs, potatoes. Will deliver. Phone 1195-R. Hecker Cider Mill. 56-10tf by Oscar,Hit! MEMBERS OF THE COMMITTEE.,, WE'VE GOT A FINE KETTLE OF FtfH ON OUR HANDS... WE'VE 5PENT A COUPLE OF THOUSAND OOLLAR5 ENTEftTAINING THE MAN IN THE NEXT ROOM....AND HE'S AN IMPOSTER //...l\r JU5T R£CEIVE(7 A TELEGRAM T(?OM THE £ L 60NQO PETERS// .^., CALL THE POLICE//.. CALL THE WANT AD ORDER BLANK Please insert the following Want Ad in The Daily Messenger for the number of days marked. Remittance Enclosed-... Send Bill to My Address RATES 4 Lines--20 Word* · 5 Consec. Days fl.9? 3 Consec. Days $1.20 One Day 48c Above *re oMh rates mud apply if p*ld within !· day* of first Insertion. Extra line oharjc* 'or Mwh 5 wort*. 1-7 4, ».*««.. -AND PETERS 16 SITTING STEw/NG ABOUT HOW HE$ OOW6 TO TELL THEM OF THE HoRRiRC MISTAKE THAT? BEEN K» -BUT IT LOOKS UKE. HE WONT HAVE THEM NOW- Name.. Address Number of Days Mail To: Daily Messenger, Canandaigua Originally Priced $(55.00 to Sllf,00 Sixes for Misses--Women Now . . . Outstanding- fur trimmed coats in the season's newest styles tire at Connolly's at clearance prices! Clearance Prices! Un trimmed COATS in.... --Sllcilr. $ 18 75 to $ 44 25 J*\*F *·" J9L JL Sixes: Misses--Womens .. Infants.. Coat-Leggin' Sets For Boys -- Girls Sizes 1 to 1 Originally Priced Clearance Price One Group * Double Duty SNO SUITS Sizes 1 to D Originally $lG.!)f Now $8.50 Originally $18.!M41!).!l5-Sil.(K) Now $12.00 BOYS' 100% ALL WOOL SUITS LONG OR SHORT PANTS Originally $10.95 Originally Now $5.00 Now $7.00 Now $8 OriLMiiallv $7.!)f DEPARTMENT STORE 195 South Main Street Canandaigua, N. Y.

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