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ifsf 1SY i.fi - TV ;, ,f -i. V Associated Press WIREPHOTO. HANDOUT FOR TOWN DOG Hitler, whose license says he belongs to the people of North Plains, Ore., gets steak treat from friend Sam Bass. Hitler's future will be determined Tuesday in a trial on charges against Bass for Hitler's repeated violations of the leash law. 2 Jordanians McCarthy in Race ;SoughtasJct r, i n? c . Bombers For Goodell s Seat - BERN, Switzerland (AP) Two Jordanians wanted for the bombing of an Austrian ; airliner last Saturday also are suspected of being involved in j; the fatal crash of the Swiss airliner bound for Israel the same day, Swiss police said today. 1 The police said they had received a West German warrant for the arrest of Kad-; doumi or Quaddoumi Sufian 1 and Mussa Badawi Jawher, " both of Amman. West German authorities -advised Federal Attorney jHans Walder the two men - were believed to have crossed from Germany into .Switzerland in a cream-colored au-" tomobile with German license plates. - . Walder told a news confer- ence German authorities ad- - vised his office the two sus-7, pects were believed to have -bought an altimeter and a 2 transistor radio in Germany to fabricate the bomb that ex-ill ploded in a mailbag in the " Austrian plane. The bomb was 1 in a parcel mailed to Jerusalem from a German post of- 2 fice by two men. t Walder said the German au- thorities also advised that Z there were other sales of sim- ilar equipment in Germany at Z the same time under suspect circumstances. ; "The fact that the still not fully explained explosion in the Swissair plane and that in -' the Austrian aircraft took Z place the same day very prob-ably is not just a coinci dence, he added. i Pompidou Meeting With Jews 2 . SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -.-French President Georges ; Pompidou, met by orderly picketing on his arrival Thurs-Z day night, embarked today on - a busy schedule featuring a ; visit with local Jewish leaders who oppose his country's sale Z of Mirage jets to Libya. Z A crowd of 600, by police es- - timate, met Pompidou with a Z mixture of boos and applause - as he was whisked from a lim- ousine into the St. Francis Ho- tel, where he and his wife are T staying in a $350-a-day suite. ; Barricades kept demonstra- tors across the street from the U hotel's main entrance facing Union Square. Helmeted po-p lice ringed the hotel. Pompidou's plane arrived f an hour late from Cape Ken- nedy, Fla., where he made a whirlwind tour of the space- port. A San Francisco rally protesting his visit already '. had subsided. Mayor Jose ph Ahoto j; presented the president the key to the city and Mrs. Pom-" pidou was given a bouquet of " long-stemmed red roses. " The French president's 7 meeting with 15 local Jewish Y spokesmen was scheduled for late afternoon. They planned ' to give him a petition circu- lated at the hotel rally. It criticizes France for sending planes to an Arab nation while " withholding arms that Israel 1 already had paid for. Lefkoivitz Hits Phone Rate Hike " Albany (AP) Atty. Gen. Louis J. Lefkowitz said yesterday he "would object to 'Z interim increases in telephone ' rates at the hearings to be jield by the state Public Ser BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) -Richard D. McCarthy, third-term upper New York State congressman and self-appointed nemesis of chemical and biological warfare, announced today he is a candidate for his state's Democratic nomination for the U.S. Senate. McCarthy, 42, jumped into the already-crowded Democratic primary pool at a breakfast meeting here saying he has the "firm belief I have the best chance of winning in November" against Republican incumbent Sen. Charles Goodell. The 43-year-old Goodell, who was appointed to the Senate seat by Gov. Nelson Rockefeller following the assassination of Sen. Robert F. Kennedy, is expected to announce next month his plans to enter the race. McCarthy said this morning his special interests in the House have been air and water pollution, "battles with special interest groups like the truck, billboard and gun lobbies who oppose measures which I believed to be in the public interest" and his "campaign against the ultimate folly of germ warfare and for safety in the trans- ! portation of hazardous mate- ! rials." It is for his continuing anti germ warfare crusade that McCarthy is most well-known, however. His efforts are gen erally credited with helping convince the Army last year to give up plans of shipping dozens of railroad carloads of obsolete but lethal poison gases from Colorado to New Jersey for burial at sea, claiming, among other things, an accident en route could mean a catastrophe to any nearby town. The Pentagon has since announced plans to destroy the gases in Colorado. McCarthy spoke today of Cigarette Tie to Heart Ills Rejected BOSTON (AP) A Harvard University researcher who contributed material to the 1964 Surgeon General's report on the effects of smoking on health denies any link between smoking and heart disease. Dr. Carl C. Seltzer says the American Heart Association and the Public Health Service are "doing a great disservice to the public" by claiming smoking and heart disease are linked. His report in the current AMA Journal of Archives of Environmental Health states that a review of available evidence offers "no firm conclusion that cigarette smoking so affects the thrombus-forming process in human blood as to account for a portion of the excess deaths from coronary heart disease that occur in cigarette smoking." Seltzer, who said he has been smoking since he was "16' or 17," said the reason smokers may have a higher mortality rate from coronary heart disease may be the basic genetic differences between smokers and nonsmokers. vice Commission. Lefkowitz referred to the increases designed to provide New York Telephone Co. with $138,000,000 in additional revenues. . WW Wto, iltfciiifiVliii I : .:oiw w in ill monomanicas (people obsessed by a single idea): "We must restrain the monomaniacs of our world; the men who set off 1,500 earthquakes in Denver because they disposed of toxic wastes deep in the earth, who killed 6.400 sheep in a nerve gas test, who would have destroyed all marine life in 600 cubic miles of Atlantic Ocean had we not prevented them from disposing of huge amounts of poison gas in ocean depths." McCarthy also lashed out at Goodell who, he said, is attempting "to disassociate himself from the administration by his overnight switch from conservatism to liberalism. 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MaclENNAN'S 499 COURT ST. 722-6484 The Monument by Which AS Monuments Are Judged PHONE 797-2922 BINGHAMTON-JOHNSON CITY Monument Co. 103 Burbonk Ave., Johnson City Opp. Floral Park Cemetery FREE Transportation To Our Display SUPERIOR AMBULANCE 24 HOUR SERVICE 772-1-456 APPROVED MEDICARE AND MEDICAID OFFICIAL CONTRACT AMBULANCE 12 NEW YORK STATE REGISTERED EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIANS 5 MODERN FULLY EQUIPPED RADIO DISPATCHED CADILLACS EMERGENCY & TRANSFER SPECIALISTS LOCAL OR LONG DISTANCE OXYGEN SERVICE. "SERVING THE SOUTHERN TIER" WALTER D. SULLIVAN, JR. Owner Just phone 7-292-292 Drive, Johnson City A by Gorham silver and brenic - - - v- BALDWIN Miss Prlscllla (Pee-Wee) Jean Baldwin. 43. of 10 Brldg St., Newark Valley died Wednesday evening as the result of an automobile accident In Ow ego. She Is survived by tier parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene and Mary Helen (Thomson) Baldwin, Newark Valley; one sister, Mrs. Adam (Gloria) Graf, Newark Valley; two nieces, Miss Felicia and Miss Jeannie Graf, both of Newark Valley. She was a member of St. John the Evangelist Church, Newark Valley, and the Worn en's Loyal Order of Moose of Owego. She was a graduate of Newark Valley Central School, sna was honorably discharged from the U. S. Air Force In 1958, after having served three years. She was em ployed as a legal secretary by Schulte and Mundt, atlorneys-at-law of Newark Valley. The funeral will be held at 11 a. m. Saturday at St. John the Evangelist Church where a Requiem High Mass will be offered. Burial will be at the con venience of the family In Hope Cemetery, Newark Valley. Friends may call at Mac- Pherson's Funeral Home, Newark Valley this evening from 7 to 9. The Rev. Matthew Siudara will hold a prayer service at the funeral home this evening at 9. BEAMS Mrs. Marlon Whiting Beams, of 3 Edgecomb Rd., died Thursday afternoon at Binqhamton General Hospital after a long illness. She is survived by her hiichanH rhrl RMmi. Rinnham. ton: one aunt. Mrs. Howard Poutie. Ken more, N. Y.; four cousins, Mrs. H. U. (Barbara) Blaisdell, Pearl River, N. Y Douglas Jones, Hillcrest, Jerome Jones, Chenango Bridge, Stanley Hayes, Binghamton. She was a member of the Monday Afternoon Club and a member of the Tabernacle Methodist Church The body was removed to the McDevitt Brothers Funeral Home, 88-90 Front St where funeral services will be held Mon day at 2:30 p. m. The Rev. George Y Flint, rector of the Tabernacle Methodist Church, will officiate. Burial will be In Vestal Hills Memorial Park. Friends may call at the funeral home Sunday from 1 to 4 and 7 to 1 p. m. BRZYSKI The funeral of Michael A. (Bryski) Brzyskl will be held at 9:30 a. m. Saturday from the Leon Pucedo Funeral Home, 1905 Watson Boulevard, Endicott, and at 10 a. m. at St. Casimir's Church. Burial will be in Calvary Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home today from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p. m., witti recitation of the Rosary, this evening at 8. In lieu of flowers, friends wishing may make donations to St. Casimir s Church Building Fund CASE Howard K. Case, 73, of 15 Blgelow St., died unexpectedly at Binghamton General Hospital Wednesday evening. He Is survived by three sons, Malcom t. Case, East Hampton, L. I., Lloyd G. Case, Northampton, Mass., and Gordon A. Case, Orlando, Fla.; two sisters, Mrs. Frank (Helen) Fisher, llion, N. Y. and Mrs. Charles (Adeline) White, Alder Creek, N. Y.; also several grandchildren, one great-grandchild, and one nephew. He was a long-time member of the Little white Church in Conklin. The funeral will be held at 11 a. m. Saturday at the William R. Chase & Son Funeral Home, 44 Exchange St. The Rev. Wilford Young, pastor of the Little White Church, will officiate. Burial will be at the con venience of the family in Stokes Ever green Cemetery, Lee Center, N. Y. The family will receive friends at the funeral home today from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p. m. In lieu of flowers, those wishing may contribute to the Case Memorial Fund for Missionaries In Spain. ECK Courtney Ann Eck, 19 month tld daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard E. and Marilyn (A. Barno) Eck, 2724 Manhattan Dr., Endwell, died Wednesday at 5:10 p. m. at Strong Memorial Hospital, Rochester. Besides her parents she is survived by a twin brother, Christopher Eck; four sisters. Cynthia, Jacqueline, Jennifer ind Pamela Eck, all at home; her maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Barno, Endicott; her paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Eck, Endicott; also several aunts, uncles and cousins. Funeral services will be held Monday at 9 a. m. from the Leon Pucedo Funeral Home, 1905 Watson Blvd., and at 9:30 at Our Lady of Angels Church, End-well, where a Mass of the Angels will be offered. Interment will be in the children's plot in Calvary Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home Sunday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p. m. HILL Funeral services for Wilbur G. Hill, will be held Saturday at 1 p. m. at the Ogden Hillcrest United Methodist! four years together with the date or dates Church. The Rev. Leon W. Bouton, DD.,!fr0m which, and the rate or rates at pastor of the church, will officiate. Burial! which, interest and penalties shall be will be in Chenango Valley Cemetery, computed. Those wishing may make memorial con- All persons having or claiming to have an tributions to the Ogden Hillcrest United i interest in the real property described in Methodist Building Fund. Friends may i such list of delinquent taxes are hereby no-call at the Ernest H. Parsons Funeral j tified that the filing of such list of Home, Inc., 71 Main St. today from 3 to 5. delinquent taxes constitutes the com-and 7 to 9 p.m. St. Mark's Lodge, No.! mencement by said County of Broome of an 1001, F8.AM, will conduct ritualistic ser-action in the County Court, Broome Countv. vices this evening at 8 at the funeral! home. JOHNS - The funeral of Robert R. Johns, Sr., will be held at 2 p. m. Saturday from the George H. Scholderer Home for Funerals, 269 Chenango St. The Rev. Wilton J. Dubrick will officiate. Burial will be In Chenango Valley Cemetery. The family will receive friends at the funeral home this evening from 7 to 9. LILLIBRIDGE Frank Lillibridge, 90, 42; legal charges or any part thereof. North St., died Thursday evening at Riv- This notice is directed to all persons haver Mede Manor. He is survived by his I ing or claiming to have an interest in the wife, Mrs. Myrtis Lillibridge, Bingham-lreal property described in such list of ton; and cousins. He served 10 years as a j delinquent taxes and such persons are full time representative of the Watch j hereby notified further that a certified copy Tower Bible and Tract Society. He was;of such list of delinquent taxes has been ine oiaesr associated member ot tneitiieo in the office of the Broome Countv North Unit of the Binghamton Congrega tion of Jehovah Witnesses. Funeral services will be held Sunday at 3 p.m. at the Ernest H. Parsons Funeral Home, 71 Main St. Mr. Harold Scaff, will officiate. The family will receive friends at the fu neral home Saturday evening from 7 to 9. Burial will be at the convenience of the family in Spring Forest Cemetery. MILLER The funeral and interment services for Mrs. Anna Belle Sayer Miller, will be held at 1 p. m. Sunday at the Allen Memorial Home, 511-513 E. Main St., Endicott. The Rev. John W. Cray-ton, pastor of the Vestal United Methodist Church, will officiate. Burial will be in Riverfiurst Cemetery, Endicott. The family will receive friends at the funeral home Saturday evening from 7 to 9. MOORE James J. Moore, 62, 23 Burr Ave., died Thursday afternoon at Our Lady Of Lourdes Hospital, after a long illness. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Josephine Moore, Binghamton; one daughter, Mrs. Michael (Shirley) 6zed-lock, Poughkeepsie; one son, Ronald Moore, Binghamton; four sisters, Mrs. Mildred Dolan, Avoca, Pa., Mrs. Charles (Mabel) Poremba, Binghamton, Mrs. Michael (Martha) Fedyk, and Mrs. Samuel (Audrey) Abate, both of Avoca; ene brother, Hiram Moore, Binghamton; six grandchildren; also several nieces, cousins, aunts, uncles and one nephew. He was employed by GAF for 38 years as a foreman. Funeral services will be held at the Peter P. Savage Funeral Home, 38 Conklin Ave., Monday at 9 a. m. and at 9:30 a. m. at St. Andrew's Church, where a High Mass of Requiem will be offered. Burial will be in Spring Forest Cemetery. The family will receive friends at the funeral home Saturday evening from 7 to 7 and Sunday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p. m. Recitation of the Rosary will be held Sunday evening at the funeral home at 8:30. MULLIGAN George A. Mulligan, 79, 39 Prospect St., Marblehead, Mass., died Thursday at his home. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Mary Coughlin Mulligan, Marblehead; two sons, George A. Mulligan, Carteret, N. J., Daniel J. Mulligan, Bronx; two daughters, Mrs. Anthony Chaplik, Marblehead, Mrs. Gerald B. McSweeny, Forest Lake Park, Tex. He was a retired civil engineer in New York City and was s veteran of World War 1 serving with the 103rd Division of Engineers in the U. S. Army. Funeral services will be held Saturday at 9:15 a. m. from the Eustis Funeral Home, 142 Elm St., Manblehead, and at 10 a. m. at Our Lady Star of the Sea Church, where a Requiem Mass will be offered. Burial will be in Waterside Cemetery, Marblehead. PALMER Elwood Palmer, 58, of Wilbur Way, RD 1, Conklin, died unexpectedly Thursday morning. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. tveiyn Palmer, conklin; one daughter, Mrs. Ralph (Carol) Fuller Apaiachin; one son, Alan Palmer, Con klin; one daughter-in-law, Mrs. Allan (Diane) Palmer, Conklin; one son-in-law, Ralph Fuller, Apaiachin; two brothers . Deyo Palmer, Hartford, Pa., and El lsworth Palmer, Colorado; two grandsons, Thomas and James Fuller, Apaiachin; also several nieces, nephews, cous ins, and one aunt. He was employed by Stephens and Co., Inc. for 39 years, and was a member of the Parlor City Council 227, United Commercial Travelers of America. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the American Cancer Society. The funeral and committal services will be held at 11 a. m. Saturday at the Peter P. Savage Funeral Home, 338 Conklin Ave. The Rev. Earl G. Anderson, pastor of Conklin Presbyterian Church, will officiate. Burial will be in Shawsvilie Cemetery, Conklin, at the convenience of the family. Friends may cail at the funeral home today from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p. m. TO PLACE A Press classified ad, dial 798-1141; 1:30 a. m. to S p. m., Monday throuflh Saturday. PATRICK The funeral of Mrs. Mary Pat-rick Sr. will be held at 1:30 a. m. Satur day from the Anthony R. DeMarco Fu neral Home, 1607 Wimerlll St., Endlcott, and at 9 a. m. at SS. Peter t, Paul's Church. Burial will be In the parish cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home today from 2 to 4 and 7 to p. m with Parastas services this evening at 7. STRUBLE Gordon L. Sfruble, 42, of Pat- lerson Apartments, Newark Valley, was pronounced dead on arrival Wednesday evening at Ideal Hospital. Ha Is survived by his father, Leo Struble; a daughter. Mrs. Darrell (Grace) French, Owego; a son, Gordon Struble, with the U. S. Army, stationed in Germany; two sisters, Mrs. Caroline Kelly, Lounsberry, N. Y., Mrs. Rosalie Espee, Owego; four brothers, Howard Struble, Georgia, Leon Struble, Owego, James Struble, Lounsberry, N. Y., Donald Struble, Oweqo; a grandchild; also several nephews. He was a member of the Owego Eagles, and the VFW and the American Legion. The double funeral of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon L. Struble will be held Sunday at 2 p. m. from the Richards Funeral Home, Owego. The Rev. Sheldon Seibel, pastor of the Presbyterian Church of Owego, will officiate. Burial will be In Tioga Cemetery at a later date. Friends may call at the funeral home Saturday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 p. m. - f"rR - ' Mrs. Gloria J. Struble, 40, of Patterson Apartments, Newark Val ley, was pronounced dead on arrival Wednesday evening at Ideal Hospital. She Is survived by her mother, Mrs. Estee Howe; a daughter, Mrs. Darrell (Grace) French, Owego; a son, Gordon Struble, with the U. S. Army, stationed In Germany; two sisters, Mrs. Dorothy Stables, Owego, Mrs. Francis Coleman, Lounsberry, N. Y.; two brothers, Lawrence Howe, Owego, Everett Howe, Owego; a grandchild; also several nephews. She was a member of the Owego Monday and Wednesday Bowl Ing League. The double funeral of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon L. Struble will be held Sunday at 2 p. m. from the Richards Funeral Home, Owego. The Rev. Sheldon Seibel, pastor of the Presoy terian Church of Owego, will officiate Burial will be In Tioga Cemetery at a later date. Friends may call at the funeral home Saturday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 p. m. VanGORDER The funeral and interment services for Florence E. (Jane) Van-Gorder will be held at 2 p. m. Saturday from the Union Presbyterian Church, E. Main St., Endicott. The Rev. Gerald R. Hertzog, pastor of Union Presbyterian Church, and the Rev. Stanley C. Lange, will officiate. Burial will be in Riv erside Cemetery, Endicott. Friends may call at the Allen Memorial Home, 511-513 E. Main St., Endicott, this evening from 7 to 9. Friends wishing may make memorial contributions to the Union Pres byterian Memorial Fund in her memory. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE OF TAX LIENS BY COUNTY OF BROOME BY ACTION IN REM FOR THE YEAR 1963 COUNTY COURT, BROOME COUNTY In the Matter of Foreclosure of tax liens pursuant to Article Eleven, Title Three, Sec. 122 of the Real Property Tax Law, (formerly Article 7-A1, by the COUNTY Of- brooms, affecting parcels located in the Towns of Barker, Binghamton, Chenango, Colesville, Conklin, Dickinson, Fenton, Kirkwood, Lisle, Maine, Nanti-coke, Sanford, Triangle, Union, Vestal and Windsor. List of Delinquent Taxes dated: September 25, 1967 and filed the same date in Broome County Clerk's Office. PLEASE TAKE NOTICE: That on the 25th day of September, 1967, the Commissioner of Finance of the County of Broome, pursuant to law filed with the Clerk of Broome a list of parcels of real property affected by unpaid tax liens held and owned by said County of Broome which on such date had been unpaid for a period of at least four years after the date when the tax, assessment or other legal charge represented thereby became a lien, said list contains as to each such parcel (a) a brief description of the real property affected by such tax liens, (b) the name of the last known owner of such property as the same appears on the assessment roll of said County of Broome for the last calendar year, or a statement that the owner is unknown if such be the case, (c) a statement of the amount of such tax lien upon such parcel including those which shall have been due for less than to foreclose the tax liens therein described by a foreclosure proceeding in rem and that such list constitutes a notice of pend ency of action and a complaint by the said county of Broome against each piece or parcel of land therein described to enforce the payment of such tax liens, such action is brought against tha real property only and is to foreclose the tax liens described in such list. No personal ludgment shall be entered herein for such taxes, assessments or other Treasurer of said County of Broome and will remain open for public inspection up to and including the 20th day of March, 1970, which date is hereby fixed as the last day for redemption. And take further notice that any person naving or claiming to have an interest In any such real property and the legal right thereto may on or before said date redeem the same by paying to the said County of Broome Treasurer the amount of all such unpaid tax liens thereon and in addition thereto all interest and penalties which are a lien against such real property, computed to and including the date of redemption. In the event that such taxes are paid by a person other than the record owner of such property, the person so paying shall be entitled to have the tax liens affected thereby satisfied of record or to receive an assignment of such tax liens evidenced by a properly written instru ment. Every person having any right, title or interest in or lien upon any parcel of real property described in such list of delinquent taxes may serve a duly verified answer upon tne attorney tor the County of Broome setting forth In detail the nature and amount of his interest and any defense or objection to the foreclosure. Such an swer must be filed in the office of the County Clerk and served upon the attor ney for the tax district foreclosing within twenty days after the date above mention ed as the last day for redemption. In the event of failure to redeem or answer by any person naving the right to redeem or answer, such person shall be forever barred and foreclosed of all his right, title and interest and equity of redemption in and to the parcel described in such list of delinquent taxes and a judgment in foreclosure may be taken by default. HENRY M. BALDWIN Commissioner of Finance RODNEY A. RICHARDS Attorney for Broome County Address: County Office Bldg. Binghamton, New York ALL PROPERTIES DELINQUENT FOR 1963 TAXES, IN THE TOWNS OF BING HAMTON, CHENANGO, COLESVILLE. CONKLIN, DICKINSON, FENTON, KIRK WOOD, MAINE, NANTICOKE, UNION, VESTAL AND WINDSOR. You are the presumptive owner or lienor of one or more of the parcels of real prop erty mentioned and described in the list referred to in the enclosed notice. Unless the taxes and assessment and all other legal charges are paid, or an answer interposed, as provided by statute, the own ership of such property will in due course pass to tne county of Broome as provided oy tne real property tax law of the State of New York. Dated: January 30, 1970. HENRY M. BALDWIN, Commissioner of Finance SUBSCRIPTION RATES By carrier daily 60c a week. Sunday 30c a week. Daily by mail first and second zones, 1 month, $2.60; 3 months, $7.50; 6 months, $14.00; 1 year, $27. Third to eighth zones, 1 month, $3.45; 3 months, $9.25; 6 months, $17.00; 1 year, $31.00; Sunday by mail, first and second zones, 1 month, $1.30; 3 months, $3.90; 6 months, $7.80; 1 year, $15.60. Third to eighth zones, 1 month, $1.60; 3 months, $4.75; 6 months, $9.50; 1 year, $19.00. Mail subscription rates apply only where we have no news-paperboy or tube delivery service. Fri., Feb. 27, 1970 PRESS, Binghamton, N. Y. 9-B c-rnrirc Th lunvjil nf WjiMer H. Stocks will be held at 10 a. m. Saturday from the Ernest H. Parsons Funeral Home, 71 Main St. Tha Rev. R. D. E. Smith, pastor of tha Assembly ot goo tnurcn, win om-,.; niif-ijii win h in Chenanao Valley Cemetery. The family will receive friends at the funeral home this evening from 7 to 9. THOMAS Mrs. Alice M. Thomas, 58, tf RD 1, Little Meadows, Pa., died Wednes day evening at her residence, sne is survived by husband, William E. Thomas, Little Meadows, Pa.) seven daughters, Mrs. Margaret A. Sargeant, Barton, N. Y., Mrs. Beverly Vandevort, Barton, N.Y., Mrs. Grace, DeDecker, Salem, Wise, Mrs. Ruth Bevers, Little Meadows, Pa Mrs. Marie Hyde, Jefferson-vllle, N. Y., Mrs. Marion Clute, Berkshire, Mrs. Patricia French, Little Meadows, Pa.; five sons, William W. Thomas, Little Meadows, Pa., Vincent H. Thomas, Friendsville, Pa., John Austin Thomas, Little Meadows, Pa., George Robert Thomas, Little Meadows, Pa., Kenneth Codner, Owego; two sisters, Mrs. Beatrice Merrill, Johnson City, Miss Mabel Thomas, Cortland; 36 Bnd-children; also several nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held Saturday at 2 p. m. at the Richards Funeral Home, Owego. The Rev. Charles Van-degrift, pastor of the Baptist Church of Warren Center, will officiate. Burial will be In Tioga Cemetery at a later date. Friends may call at the funeral home Friday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p. m. VALENTINE Ray W. Valentine, 75, f Vero Beach, Fla., formerly of Hallstead, Pa., died Wednesday at 1:30 p. m. in the Indian River Memorial Hospital, Vero Beach. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Emma Valentine, Vero Beach; two sons. Dr. Francis J. Valentine, New Milford, Pa., Roger R. Valentine, Hallstead; two brothers, Gordon Valentine, Florida, Clarence Valentine, Binghamton; two sisters, Mrs. Lola Smith and Mrs. Mildred McKeon, both of Binghamton; also three grandchildren. He was a member of the First United Methodist Church, Vero Beach. He was employed as a boiler Inspector for the Erie Lackawanna Railroad until his retirement. Funeral and committal services will be held Monday at 2 p.m. from the Tuttle Funeral Home, Hallstead, Pa. The Rev. Paul Gere, pastor of the United Methodist Church, Hallstead, will officiate. Burial will ba In Rose Hill Cemetery, Hallstead, at the convenience of the family. The family will receive friends at the funeral home Sunday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p. m. Cards of Thanks DOW The family of Glenn Dow wishes to thank all their friends, neighbors and relatives for the gifts of cards, flowers, food and other acts of kindness during their recent bereavement. We also wish to thank the nurses and doctors in Charles S. Wilson Memorial Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Corey Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Scrafford Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Townsend Mr. and Mrs. Roger, English Mr. and Mrs. Donald Dow and Families GREENE The family of Kenneth W. Greene wish to express thanks to all their friends, neighbors and relatives for cards, food, flowers and gifts. Special thanks to Vestal Police and nurses at Ideal Hospital. Mrs. K. W. Greene and family DURING the loss of our beloved mother, Mrs. Shirley VanDusen, the family wishes to thank many friends, relatives and neighbors for beautiful flowers. Mass cards, sympathy cards and acts 3f kindness. Our special thanks to the Ladies Auxiliary of Eaqles 2119 and to the nurs es at General Parte III, for their acts of kindness, also all doctors involved. The family Memorials HALL In loving memory of Joseph W. Hall, who passed away 2 years ago today, February 27, 1968. Sadly missed by wife Marie R. Hall Son, Richard J. Hall LEGAL NOTICES STATE UNIVERSITY CONSTRUCTION FUND NOTICE TO BIDDERS for REVISIONS TO SITE WATER DISTRIBUTION CORNELL UNIVERSITY NEW YORK STATE AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT STATION GENEVA, N. Y. SUCF PROJECT NO. 3480 The State University Construction Fund will receive sealed Proposals for the REVISIONS TO SITE WATER DISTRIBUTION, CORNELL UNIVERSITY NEW YORK STATE AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT STATION until 2 P. M. Eastern Standard Time on the 17th day of March, 1970 at the Fund's office on 194 Washington Avenue, Albany, New York, and such proposals will be publicly opened and read aloud at the Fund's said office immediately thereafter All work on this Contract is to be com pleted on or before September 3, 1970 Bidding and Contract Documents may be examined free of charge at the fol lowing offices: Architect's Office 4443 Ridings Road, Syracuse, New York, 13206. Site Office of Dr. Clark, New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, Geneva, New York 14456. Brown's Letters, 101 Park Avenue, New York, New York 10017. Dodge Reports Westgate Building, 16 Russell Road, Albany, New York, 12206. 3522 James Street, Syracuse, New York, 13206. 75 College Avenue, Rochester, New York, 14607. 310 Delaware Avenue, Buffalo, New York, 14202. Southern Tier Builders Association, 335 Steel Street, Jamestown, New York 14701. Rochester Builders Exchange, 65 College Avenue, Rochester, New York 14607. Chemung Valley Builders Association, 111 West Hudson Street, Elmira, New York 14904. Builders Exchange Council of Auburn, 133 Genesee Street, Auburn, New York 13021. Ithaca-Cortland Builders Exchange, 205 West Green Street, Ithaca, New York 14850. Syracuse Builders Exchange, 1045 James Street, Syracuse, New York 13202. Utica Builders Exchange, 307 Court Street, Utica, New York 13502. Associated Building Contractors of the Triple Cities, Inc., 250 Washington street, Binghamton, New York 13901. State Architect, 270 Broadway, New York, New York 10007. District Supervisor of Building Construction, State Office Building, 333 West Washington Street, Syracuse, New York 13202. District Supervisor of Building Construction, Genesee Valley Regional Market, 900 Jefferson Road, Rochester, New York 14623. Bidding and Contract Documents may be obtained at the office of the Architect, MacKnight, Kirmmse, French and Sizing, 6443 Ridings Road, Syracuse, New York 13206. Request should be directed to Daniel E. French or Roberta Campbell. Initial and complete sets of the Bidding and Construction Documents may be ob tained upon payment of a deposit of J25.00 tor eacn complete set. All contractors who have paid the afore said deposit for an entire set of the Bidding and Contract Documents and who return such sets to the Architect in good condition within thirty (30) calendar days after the opening of bids shall receive a refund of such deposit for each set, not exceeding five, so returned to the Architect. All checks for sets of the Bidding and Contract Documents or for sets of sections of the Contract Drawings shall be made payable to the Architect. Bids must be submitted in duplicate in accordance with the instructions contained in the Information for Bidders, Security will be required for each bid in an amount not less than $1,000.00. The Fund reserves the right to reject any of all bids. ANNOUNCEMENTS Funeral Directors GOULD FUNERAL HOVE 19 GRAND BOULEVARD Binghamton, N. Y 797-5842 Florists BARNES FLORIST Floral Telegraph Association Member 6 Main St. Dial 724-4326 MacLENNAN'S FLORIST Floral Telegram Associated Member 499 Court St. Dial 722-6484 COSTAS FLOWERS Flowers That Will Satisfy Corner Vestal-Mitchell Aves. 724-4374 ANNOUNCEMENTS Personals ABDOMINAL BELTS Spencer or Splrella foundations, bras. Mary Nicholas, 7BS-0514. ABOARD New York Flower Show March 8 March 14-15 departing from Endlcott-Johnson Clty-Blnghamton. Espo-sito. 724-0878. ABOARD New York, 14-15. Lesch, 722-1944. Hotel Tafl, March ABOARD Flower Show, New York, March 14-15. Ravert, 723-1919; AAA INCOME TAX preparation, ynur home, reasonable, reliable. Peters, 798-0025. ALL damaged garments rewoven. Bring in or mail. ROYAL WEAVING, 508 O'Neil Building. 722-3154. a p p lTa n c eIjoTLTe sf oWbar s UNITED RENT-ALLS 3300 E. Main St., Endwell 748-158 ARE YOU WORRIED ABOUT your drink ing? ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS can help. Call 722-5983, anytime. mJSNYoriTcity, March 14-157"Hotel, transportation S20. Transportation $9. 723-3571, 722-6217. CAN'T FIND IT? Place a Wanted To Buy ad. Dial 798-1141. CERAMIC CLASSES Register now. Special firing rate to all registered students, new greenwara rata for teachers. Also a good supply of Dip-pity Glass and Fun Film. Dean's, 723- 8470. CHOICE of dress shirt free wlTh purchase of 2 turtleneck or Crewneck shirts. THE DOOR Corner Henry and Chenango Sts. COMMERCIAL and SocTarpTinting JOGGERST 723-7401 COM PLE t E F ORMAL-W E A RTcTr 1 N T 722-0327 HAGGERTY & FORBES, 96 FRONT ST. CREAM PERMANENT WAVES Regular 115 now $7.50. INA BELLE BEAUTY SHOP, 785-7621 121 West Main St., Endicott DOLLAR-A-DAY Rent a Car Volkswagen plus mileage 2107 E. Main St. Endicott 754-5006 DRESSMAKING and Alterations Mrs. Taylor, 797-3568 DRESSMAKING Alterations, draperlas Ayla, 729-4680 ENTERTAINMENT - For all social events, weddings, banquets, parties, etc. VARIETY Productions. 722-1747. EXPERT FLOOR CARE WOOD FLOORS REFINISHED LIKE NEW WITHOUT SANDING. CARPET CLEANING, RECREATION ROOM, KITCHEN FLOORS REWAXED. CALL-A-PRO PROFESSIONAL MAINTENANCE 722-2243 FAIRVIEW PRESS now offers Instant service on short run printing. Bulletins, form letters, legal papers. 129 Main St., 722-7774. GERTRUDE'S Dressmaking shop. 217 Harry L. Dr. Open evenings. 797-B048. JUDO AND" KARAT- Saizen Dojo, 77 State St., 722-9834; 775-1776. INCOME TAX Personal Business By appointment 106 Main St. Binghamton 798-0031 LAKE 723-3033 INCOME TAX Individuals-Business, your home, qualified, reasonable. Dickerson. 723-9155. i NCOME TAX 722-, 367 4-9 P. M. Hlllrrpsf Chenango Valley Area Hotallng LARRY'S TV Service Center, 128 Oak Hill Ave., Endicott, 748-457U I LONESOME, love children, want a home? Homemaker, mature, permanent. Live In motherless home, boys 4 and 7. Call col-lecW17-879-4325 for interview. MAKE beautiful gifts or ceramics BETH CERAMICS 3300 E. Main St. Endwell 758-1586 SEWING AND ALTERATIONS 754-0784 WARES Fair and Dime-A-Dip Supper. Saturday, February 28th at 6 p. m. Pierce Creek Community Building, Coleman Rd., Town of Binghamton. PHELPS AGENCYRemind me to calT Dick Phelps to review my insurance needs. He's a good man, 723-5413. RIDE Wanted from near Link's, Colesvilla Rd., to City. 775-2152. SALE! 50 per cent discontinued glazes. Need room. NEW Mayco Crystals in. MUDDLE PUDDLE, Colesville Rd. SINCE 1887 Home owners 10 per cent off. Inland Marine, Commercial Fire Insurance. Call Howard W. Pike, 775-1012, anytime. SLIPCOVERS - DRAPERIES F iberg lass Cotton Synthetics Color consultation. Shop at home SALLY SHAW THE FAIR STORE, 722-4251 TENSE Nervous? Our "anti-tension" ta blets help most people. Crone Drug, Bing-hamton-Johnson City. TRIPLE CITIES MOST RECOMMENDED MOVER. Mapes Moving & Storage, 729-2265, 106 Oakdale Road. TYPEWRITER REPAIR Electric and manual, evenings and weekends, Don, 723-7130. ZIPPER SERVlCEAII type garments, free pickup, delivery. Special new trou-ser pockets, 75c each. Hems, relines, alterations. MASTER CLEANERS, 219 Chenango St., 722-7777. ZIP CODE DIRECTORY All cities and towns, $1. For Office, Home or Girt. Montross, 775-2174. WOULD the man who saw the Collie hit by the train in Endicott, tag number 0209399, please call 785-0271. 5 DIVIDEND RATE ON YOUR SAVINGS INSURED TO $20,000 OWEGO FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION 18 LAKE ST. OWEGO, 687-3232 OPEN THURSDAY, 9 to 7 P.M. OPEN FRIDAY, 9 to 4 P.M. Lost and Found FOUND Young blond German Shepherd. Vestal Center vicinity. 785-5358 after 6 p. m. FOUND Young red tiger cat, clear plastic collar, vicinity of Harpur college. 798-2397. FOUND- Key on Leroy St. Bus, call 77- 9644. FOUND-Child's watch, red band. Park Place, Johnson City. 797-0231 evenings. LOST Black male poodle, 4 months old. vicinity Newell Rd., Endicott. Child's pet. 785-2881. LOST Male Beagle. Missing since Monday. Vicinity State and Stratmill Rd. Baxter, 775-2140. LOST Male Collie Shepherd. West Side, black and brown with white chest, choke collar, license No. 12089, reward offered, 797-9124 after 4 p. m. LOST "Cindy" grey tiger cat wearing red collar. 797-6212. LOST 6 months black and white chest Labrador Retriever. Red collar, chain. Orchard Park, 722-6608. LOST Boxer, male. In the vicinity of Kirkwood. Fawn colored. Reward. 775-3706. LOST Brown and white female Colli Shepherd, reward, 797-1123. LOST Grey cat, er Hollow Rd. "Smokey", vicinity Full-Reward, 722-9373. LOST Brown and white Beagle puppy, Whitney Point area. Frank Snyder, 692- 4049. EMPLOYMENT IMPORTANT NOTICE EMPLOYMENT me riw tork state law on Human Rights prohibits dis crimination in employment because of sex unless based on a bona fide occupational qualification. Help Wantf and Situations Wanted advertisements are arranged in columns captioned "Male" and "Female" for the convenience of readers and are not intended as on unlawful limitation or discrimination based on sex. HOUSING The New York State taw on Human Right: prohibits discrimination based on race creed or national origin in the sale or rental of housing.

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