The Ithaca Journal from Ithaca, New York on September 24, 1955 · 10
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

A Publisher Extra Newspaper

The Ithaca Journal from Ithaca, New York · 10

Ithaca, New York
Issue Date:
Saturday, September 24, 1955
Start Free Trial

TEN THE ITHACA JOURNAL, ITHACA, N.Y., SATURDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 24, 1933 High - School Eleven Loses Opener To Auburn, 13-0 By KENNY VAN SICKLE penetration was to the 5-yard line A pelting rain put the damper on Ithaca High's football opener under Percy Field floodlights Fri- day nisht. And a hard-driving Au- burn High eleven dimmed the Lit tle Red's high hopes. It put over a touchdown 45 seconds before the half and another one minute before the final gun to win, 13-0. Auburn thus kept its winning streak alive, extending it to 19 games, and it made it three in a row in the Little Red rivalry. Ithaca hasn't won in this series since 1952. It was a disappointing start for the Redmen in their debut under new head coach Skeeter Skawski. But the lessons they learned should put them in good fettle for the all-important Southern Tier Conference tests that are close at hand. They will begin league play next Saturday night when they meet EFA at Elmira. Ithaca and Auburn seem to have a knack for drawing foul weather for their game. Invariably it rains. Once two years ago there was such a snowstorm that they had to call it off. It didn't rain last evening until two hours before kickoff time. But once it started it really rained. The Percy Field dust bowl was quickly converted into a quagmire. The incessant downpour cost the local school in gate receipts. An anticipated crowd of 3,000 melted down almost two thirds. Ithaca Misses Opportunities The team's high hopes meited also, after a pair of early-game scoring attempts were thwarted. Failure to score when it had opportunities in the forepart of the struggle seemed to do something to it. It took the fire out of it at the same time stoking the Auburn boilers. After Ithaca's early sorties failed Auburn, midway in the second period went 65 yards to a touchdown in 14 plays. The clincher was a second down aerial bomb that T-quarterback George Hole lofted to rangy end Burt Richardson. It was raining bucketsful at the time but neither the elements nor Ithaca defenders could stop the big endif641 toe foul weather hurt from gathering in the throw in the I"55 team ore an it did Auburn end zone. Richardson tried tolbecaues system depends on Dlacekick a conversion and it sailpri wide. But though Auburn was left vulnerable Ithaca could do little about it. It never was past midfield after that although it put the ball in play five times. Faulty ball-handling "cost it aplenty. Multiple single wing handling was largely the cause and practically every every time poor Bill Leagans, the tailback, wound up the victim. Twice he fumbled when the enemy recovered. Once he fumbled when he himself fell on the ball. Another time a play required him to take a pitchout and toss a flat pass. He was besieged and his hurried wobblyj throw went right into the arms of an Auburman. Redmen Stiffen Ithaca twice stopped Maroon assaults in the second half. One By iho Associated Press AMERICAN LEAGUE GB X-New York Cleveland Chicago Boston Detroit Kansas City Baltimore Washington 314 6 12 16ii 32 4014 X-clinched pennant Today's Games Cleveland at Detroit (2). 1:30 o m. Score (15-10) and Garcia (11- lSi vs Lary (14-14) and Garver (12 15) New York at Boston, 2 p.m.-Kucks (8-7) vs Susce (8-7) Baltimore at Washington (2), 6 p. m. Moore (9-10) and Wight (5- si vs Abernathy (5-8) and Ramos to-iu) Kansas City at Chicago. 2:30 n. m. Kellner (11-8) vs Donovan (14- Friday's Results Boston 8-2. New York 4-3 Chicago 12, Kansas City 4 Washington 6-7, Baltimore 4-3 Cleveland at Detroit, postponed, rain Sunday's Games (End of season) Kansas City at Chicago, 2:30 p. m. Cleveland at Detroit, 3 p. m. Baltimore at Washington. 2 p. m. New York at Boston, 2 p. m. NATIONAL LEAGUE W. L. Pet. GB 13 19 22 24 264 32 39 Vz X-Brooklyn Milwaukee New York Philadelphia Cincinnati Chicago St. Louis 97 85 79 75 74 71 66 53 53 67 73 76 78 80 86 93 .647 -.559 .520 .500 .487 .470 .434 .384 Pittsburgh X-clinched pennant Today's Games Philadelphia at New York, 2 p. m. Dickson (12-11) vs Hearn (14-15) or Antonelli (14-16) Brooklyn at Pittsburgh (2) 6 p. m. Loes (10-4) and Newcombe (20-5) vs Friend (12-9) and Hall (5-6) Milwaukee at St. Louis. 9 o. m. Crone (10-9) or Robinson (3-1) vs Mc Daniel (0-0) Chicago at Cincinnati, 2:30 p. m. Jones (13-20) or Kaiser (0-0) vs Nuxhall (17-11) Friday's Results Philadelphia 5. New York 1 Milwaukee 4, St. Louis 2 Brooklyn at Pittsburgh, postponed, rain Only games scheduled Sunday's Games (End of season) Philadelphia at New York, 2 p. in. Brooklyn at Pittsburgh van n m Chicago at Cincinnati, 2:30 p. m! Milwaukee at St. Louis, 3 p. m., W. L. Pet. 95 57 .625 91 60 .603 89 63 .587 83 69 .546 78 73 .517 63 89 .414 54 97 .358 53 98 .351 and another was stopped on the 31. Which was enough to get the home folks shouting for an offensive to do something about Auburn's 6-0 lead, especially since only 3 minutes were left to play at that stage. But on the first running play Leagans fumbled, Fred Spagnola recovered for Auburn, and from there the charged-up Prison City boys sailed into the end zone. Dave Capiello, who was the car rier on most all of Auburn's sue cessful third-down bread-and-butter plays, sparked the 5-play 35-yard scoring drive and he wound up by plowing his way the last 8 yards through the middle. Hole, on a sneak, plunged for the point. The pass, that ultimately spelled victory, at an earlier point seemed that it might cause an Auburn downfall. The second time Auburn got the ball Hole attempted a jump pass to Richardson. One Little Red tackier took care of Richardson land the ball popped out of Richardson's mitts and into those of linebacker Dom Capozzi. That presented Ithaca the ball in Maroon soil for the first time. Leagans tore off some good 'gains and Bob Lupo, the wingback, re versed for 7 yards and a first down on the 23. A 15-yard penalty for committing a personal foul put IHS back on its heels and it never completely recovered. It got up to the 13 where Leagans fumbled and recovered for no gain and Auburn took over. Ithaca held on this occasion and there was an Auburn punt. Leagans' fine running led to a first down. But Lupo, swinging wide into a mud hole (the Percy infield) lost his footing and also the ball. Hole recovered for the visitors and Ithaca never breathed freely again. Ithaca High School lasses, sing ing in the rain, gave with "Oh What a Beautiful Morning." They went home singing "Oh What a Beautiful Mourning." Coach Skawski figured his Red- men "lost to a good ball club and that his kids "did a good job." He iwu-iuuiuiius. Auburn ran 45 plays to Ithaca's 32. Where Auburn put the ball in play 23 times in the first half and 22 in the second the Little Red. after running 20 plays in the first half, had the ball only 12 times in the second. Ithaca coaches had held out fears at centering because young Dale vvaiienDecK is a new recruit. But the youngster came through admirably. He batted 1.000. Skawski is out on a scouting foray today. He was to see EFA and U-j in Elmira this morning and Binghamton Central and Scranton Central this afternoon. He might stay in the Triple Cities tonieht to see jonnson City against VestaL The Vestal-JC game was held over 24 hours because of last night's monsoons. The grass hadn't been cut at Johnson Field and the cnam-marKs washed away. iLimira bouthside nmnl ct Corning last night by beating Pete turning r ree Academy icaiu, x-o. ramiea rost beat Wav-erly, 7-0, in another area tilt. The lineups: Auburn High U3 EndZB- Richardson. King. Ian-none. Donovan. R. McLaughlin Kt2 oeTatrlck- Crolick. Eisen- &,, jlo Centers McMillan. DeNiro. Reilly Quarterbacks Hole. Blodgett Halfbacks Capiello. Ireland, 21. Richardson. Rossi. Copes Fullbacks George. O'Hara. Ithaca High (0) Ends Carter, Rocco, McDougal, Al- Tackles Macera, Raymond. SchmirdtWeiner' Na3h' CaPl2i' Centers Wallenbeck. Cramer Quarterbacks Warren, Kozak Halfbacks Leagans. Lupo. Shelton. Kroboth. Smith. CoonllbaCk Burlarley Singleton, Auburn 6 0 713 Auburn scoring plays: 1. Hole to B. Richardson 8-yard pass. 2. Capiello 8-yard run. Conversion, Hole (plunge). Referee William Axtell; umpire. August Macali; linesman. William Richards; field judge. Sidney Miles. Statistics I A 4 11 S3 177 9 12 5 . 5 1 2 2 1 3 3 22.2 32.2 3 0 15 25 First downs Yards rushing Yards passing rasses attempted Passes comrjletetl Passes intercepted by Punts Punting average Fumbles lost Yards penalized 4- Lane Searches For Employment CHICAGO UPi Mrs. Grace Com? key's acceptance of Frank Lane's resignation as general manager of the Chicago White Sox touched off lively speculation today. Where will the 59-year-old Lane wind up In seven years with the ix ne has proved himself the Trader Horn of baseball, making some zw aeais involving 253 play ers. Lane is expected to join the St. Louis Cardinals, but the Pittsburgh Pirates and Detroit Tigers also have been mentioned as eager for his services. "I have contacted officials of three majo league clubs by telephone," said Lane, without naming the clubs. "I told them I had a tux and would travel and would like to be considered if they had an opening." Outfielder Gene Woodling, picked up from Baltimore last summer, and his Cleveland manager, were involved in a 1946 deal. Woodling was traded by Cleveland to Pittsburgh for catcher Al Lopez, now Indian pilot. dditional Sport Will Be Found on Page 12 ;:::::::::::::"" jCAv.iJfe; - .--;;--V--.--:-'A-r; .TN. nrrn z&AHAM I 4TILL DEALING THZM n iSpfSb Vt FCZ THE CLVLAXD BWNSJ &XM Participation Trophy Prize In Small Fry Grid League The double roundrobbin Small Fry football loop program will start Sunday at Percy Field. The VFW and Eagles will play in the 2 o'clock opener. The Elks and the Moose will play at 3. The Minnows and Mosquitos, the little fellows who are too small to make the bigger teams, will have a game between the halves of the two games. Besides the championship trophy the Interfraternal Council is putting up a Participation Trophy this year. It will be awarded the team that uses the greatest number of players per game for the season The head coaches and the program director will decide the winner. Every uniformed player who is physically fit and in good stand ing with the team will qualify to play in each game. New metal goal-posts have been installed by the City of Ithaca Department of Public Works. Officials who have volunteered their services are Augie Macali, Frank Spadaro, Robert Greene, Ed Clark, and Clarence (Pete) Nero. Joe Tatascore will assist with the operation of the games. Dick Wurzel, Howard Smsa-baugh and George Blean will be in charge of ticket sales at the gate. The Red Wagon public address system will be operated by Franklin Beach. t , Lansing Wins Over Odessa Lansing Central played its first eight-man football game in the drenching rain at Odessa Friday night and won. The score was 12-7. Lansing drove to scores in the second and third periods. A short plunge by Don Worsell culminated the first push, of 55 yards. Rudy Sebastian's 3-yard slant wound up the second push, of 50 yards. Lansing was going goalward in the fourth period when it fumbled. Odessa's Bleiler scooped up the loose bail and ran 79 yards to a touendown. Coach Stan Sobus credited Guards Dick Bennett and Camillo DiGiacomo with superb play up iront lor Lansing. Lansing's squad has grown to 27 players this year. Nine freshmen are out, which also is a new high. The team will open at home next Friday afternoon against Groton. George Burrell At Union George Burrell, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Burrell of Ithaca, has reported to Coach Richard S. Cic- colella for freshman football at Union College. Union plays a 3-game schedule this year opening against the Mor-risville Aggies Oct. 22 at Morris-ille. The Garnet yearlings meet Rochester on Oct. 29 and RPI Nov. 5, both at home. George played fullback for Ithaca H.S. last year. He is studying Electrical Engineering. . Home Run Mark Tied hy Ted BOSTON Ted Williams of the Red Sox has hit a homer in every American League park this year. It's the sixth time he has done it. The Sporting News says that Ralph Kiner of the Indians is the only other active major leaguer who has hit homers in every park six different years. Babe Ruth did it 11 times. Jimmie Foxx is sec ond, with eight. Diamond Stars 7 the Associated Press Pitehine; Whitey Ford. Yankees-Came on in relief in the seventh inning- with a home run. and after walking Billy Klaus to load the bases, got Ted Williams on a double-play ball to kill the Red Sox rally in a 3-2 victory that clinched pennant for New York. Rattinr Gil McDouerald. Yankees Got three hits in four trips, in- T JUST lN'T IKl THE POO. THE PffO CHAMPS TO C0LLAP6B rr..AA...l IC in Scrum With RPI rvoi,. v i j t k-n vuucgc s 11 luuiunu team journeyed to Troy tcJay for a controlled scrimmage with Rens selaer Polytechnic Institute Coach Joe Hamilton left three of his eight returning lettermen at home, however, as they had not reported for practice until this week. "We want to get them in shape before we put them in action like this," Hamilton explained. This is the second controlled scrimmage for the Bombers. Last Saturday they worked out against Hobart. Hamilton reported that the Ithacans had shown poorly against Hobart's more experienced grid-ders. The decision on fielding a sep arate freshman squad has not been made, but with about 20 of the 37 frosh on the complete team being needed for varsity work, it is re garded as unlikely that the manpower is available for a yearling aggregation. Tajr Me Wins At Batavia BATAVIA Tag Me won the featured Rochester Invitational Trot here Friday night. Jean Laird was second and Stenographer was third. Tag Me's backers were paid $20.70, $7.50 and $4.90 across the board. Calendar Today 2 p.m. Football at Schoellkopf Field: Cornell vs. Lehigh. Sunday 2 p.m. Small Fry football at Percy Field: VFW vs. Eagles. At 3: Elks vs. Moose. Monday 4 p.m. Football at High School Field: Ithaca High Jayvees vs. Elmira Southside Jayvees. Crossword Puzzle 27th U.S. President ACROSS 127thU.S.' President, William Howard 57 Paper measure 58 Hurl 59 Cognizance 60 Light browns DOWN 5 His father was 1 Ripped Secretary of 2 Greek god of under war 3 Monotonous 4 Indian tents President Grant 8 He was born in Cincinnati 5 Angler's bait 6 Brazilian macaw 12 Shield bearing 7 Keeper 13 Native metal 8 Commands 14 Tear asunder 15 Harvest 9 Part of the foot 16 Rodent 17 Land title 18 Venerate 20 Anoints 10 Arrow poison 11 Chances 19 Compass point 21 Born 22 Abstract being24 Verbal 23 Noun suffix 24 Fat 27 Not both sides (two words) 31 Operated 32 Hail! 33 Tear 34 Wile 35 Ventilate 36 Tahitian god 37 Opposed to windward 40 Clues . 42 Augment 43 Pronoun 44 Supreme commander of v Soviet armed forces 47 Descried 51 Drinks made with malt 52 Entire 54 Gudrun's husband (myth.) 55 Bird's home . I Z 3 ft S P 1 3 9 iQ 11 ii iEZZ 5L ZZZ sra "" "ZZIl 5T i si LLZZZZ 2T 5b . 57 j 55 &0 Classified Advertisinf Rates CASH INSERTIONS 1 I 2 I 3 I 4 I Words Up to 15 16 to 20 21 to 25 26 to 31 32 to 38 Up to 15 16 to 20 26 to 31 32 to 38 .54 1.08 1.35 1.80 2.16 7211 441 80 2 40!2 8a .90 1.80 2.25 3.00;3.60; 1 .08 2.1 6 2.70,3.60 4.32 , 1 1.26!2.52i3.154.20;5.04 CHARGE I .60'l.20!l.53'2.04'2.52 I .80 1.602.04 2.7213.36 1.00 2.00:2.55!3.40'4.20 !l.20!2.40!3.06U.08'5.04 Jl.40, 2.80;3.57i4.76j5. 88 Cash Rata Allowed If Ad Is Paid for Within Seven (7) Days of First Insertion Contract Rates on Request Personals & Notices 1 ABOVE ALL IN QUALITY Below all in price. Beautiful upholstery and slipcover fabrics. Selling price. Custom made slipcovers and expert upholstering. Arrange now for Fall work. McCARTNEY. 1756 Slaterville Road. 4-1059. ALL ABOUT BARGAINS Bier selec tions in girls and boys good used fall clothing including the very small frv. Brine: the familv to THE SERVICE LEAGUE SHOP. 113 E. Green. Hours: 10-4:30 Tues.-Sat, Friday until 6. ALL KINDS SEWING Dressmak ing. coats relined, shortened. Hem stitching, buttons, Charis Corsetiere. Duncker's Sewing Shop. 6051. ANTIQUES Glass, china, buttons. books, gifts and silverware. The NEW Bargain Shop. 107 S. Aurora ARTISTIC TAILORING For men and women by HUGHES OF ITHACA. Imported and domestic wool ens. Guaranteed fit or no sale. Also garments made from vour own material. 409 College Ave. Dial 4-6503. BABY SITTER SERVICE 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Reasonable rates. Licensed nurse on dutv. Pick up and delivery if desired. Call 4-0920 before 6 p.m. - COMMUNITY NURSERY SCHOOL Has several openings available for children 2'4 to 5 years old. Call Mrs. Beeler. 4-0365. DEPENDABLE FAST RADIO and TV service. Cayuga Radio & TV Service, 236 S. Cayuga. 9513. ELECTROLYSIS The scientific way to remove unwanted hair safelv, permanently. 4-3362 for information or appointment. $10 FREE MERCHANDISE To club captains. Nothing to sell or deliver. See Gladys at Nue-ent's for simple details of Merchandise. Club Plan. Nugent's. 133 E.State. HAIR REMOVED Safely. permanently by Electrolysis. Amelia Ya-man. Clinton House. Wed.. 9-4:30. KITTENS 4 long hair kittens want nomes. uiai 7646. ivv g 1H..LJJ Mother, would like children to care for in my home days- ONLY-5c PER-DAY For a frozen food locker. Phone 3-14S8. PERMANENT WAVES $77Ss7S9" $10 and up. A staff of 6 exclusive hair stylists at the ANNA MARIE BEAUTY SALON. Phone 4-1241 day or evening or jusi drop in P-IAJNO INSTRUCTION Beginner, and advanced students. Suzanne Waldbauer M.M. Former Instructor at Isew England Conservatory. Dial 4-H; 04. POSTED SIGNS 10c each, $Tdozen" Ridley Printing Co., 302 E. State st.Dial 4-2142. RELIABLE PARTY NEEDED To drive couple to Florida about No vember 15. Box 1041, care The Ithaca journal. Little World Series Delayed ROCHESTER OP) The Minneapolis Millers face the Rochester Red Wings here tonight for the "important" third game of the Lit tle World Series. The Millers were forced to stay over in Rochester an extra day when their game last night was postponed by rain. The best-of-7 series is deadlocked - at 1-1. Minneapolis Manager Bill Rigney plans to start Al Konikowski (10- 8). He will be opposed by Gary Blaylock who compiled a 4-4 sea son record for the Red Wings. Meyer Poison To Old Mates CHICAGO The Chicago Cubs, when they once owned Russ Meyer, might better have held on to him, When Meyer gained credit for Brooklyn's 16 to 9 victory over the Cubs, Sept. 9, it marked his twenty-fourth victory over his for mer mates. The Cubs have beaten him only three times. Answer to Previous Puzzle P 1 " T A. K A V E ERI -S LURE TA Bl A I R F L. A M S - AN PER A A . T It! a y o 6 K E U rIbA M A REBATE T A lu E K .S. H. Aivl a l" L- E A E R JlES M I g P I R g C T " N I R i nIeIe EC.RU ERA EAg S X EIR -SET 25 Unclothed 43 His wife .was 26 Grafted (her.) Herron 27 Roman poet Taft 28 Press 29 Filth 30 Epic poem 32 Anteater 44 German metaphysician 45 Bread spread 46 Promontory 48 Genus of willows 49 Ardor 50 Obscures 53 Lixivium 38 Bodices 39 Fruit drink 40 Possessive pronoun 41 Disclose Personals & Notices RENT A SINGER SEWING MACHINE BY THE MONTH. REASONABLE RATES. WE DELIVER SINGER SEWING CENTER 106 E. STATE ST. PHONE 2509 RUTH ADAMS BS. Ithaca College is accepting piano pupils. 2u6 Utica St. Member National Guild and Progres sive Series. 4-5813. SPENCER FOUNDATION Individually designed just for you. Also surgical. Ethel Cooper. Dial 4-3818. STEAM BATHS And relaxation treatments by Sophy Mattli. For ap- pointment dial 4-5S45, The Hill Beauty Shoppe. 411 College Are. THE VIOLET HARMON COM- M UNITY SANITARIUM Inter- laken. has built on new space, mak ing available a few beds for men and women patients. 24-hour care by trained personnel: home cooking, diets; kind understanding of senile witn very reasonable rates: TV. Tel. Intprlaken 78 or write Mrs. Violet Harmon, owner, and ad- ministrator. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN I. Stephen G. Havward of 83 E. Main St.. irumansburg. N.Y., will no longer be responsible for debts contracted bv mv wife. Dated Sept. 24. 1955 Signed STEPHEN G. HAYWARD TUTORING In Hieh School and University courses. CASCADILLA SCHOOL- Dial 4-6141. WATCHES AND CLOCKS RE PAIRED 400 day. electric, and spring wound. Howard F. Moser, 115 Farm. WEDDING GOWNS Full needs for brides and bridal attendants and guests to make your wedding some- thme: to remember are in stock now at TARRY SHOPPE. 436 W. State St. Save on your purchase with the low overhead. VIOLA HUGHES Tailoress. Maker of suits, slacks, dresses and for-mals. Alterations of the best. A guaranteed fit. Phone 4-6503 days evenings S7S5. YOUNG MOTHER Would like chi dren to care for in her home. Cai 4-1773. ZIPPERS REPAIRED Dresses reno vated. dresses and coats shortened Dial 4-07S6. Lost & Found LONGINES WRIST WATCH Lost. Gold with expansion band. Reward for finder. Phone Ithaca 4-0431. LOST Brown Swiss cow. medium size. Last seen my farm. September loth. jJial 4-J7ot. John Bissell, Van Bogart Road, Danby WHITE GOLD LADIES' WATCH Lost. Bulova. Black band. Dial 3313, Extension 18. Used Cars for Sale 1947 BUICK Newly painted. Excel lent condition. $80. Dial 4-0554. 1953 CHEVROLET SEDAN DELIVERY New. 3,200 miles. Dial 9895. AUTUMN SALE used CARS GUARANTEED 1 TEAR, ANYWHERE IN THE UNITED STATES 1955 PLYMOUTH PLAZA 2-door station wagon. V-8 motor, automatic transmission. R&H. 3.900 miles. 1953-54 KAISER MANHATTAN Se dan. Automatic transmission. R&H. 1953 CHRYSLER COUPE Automatic transmission. R&H. 1953 PLYMOUTH 4-door eedan. Standard transmission. A-l condi tion.- 1952 BUICK 2-door. Standard transmission. R&H. We also have a beautiful 1955 PORSCHE SPEEDSTER. Low mileage; and several good low cost cars 51's and older. BE SURE TO SEE THE NEW PACKARD. JAGUAR. VOLKESWAGEN AND RENAULT ON DISPLAY IN OUR SHOWROOM. RIPLEY MOTORS KAISER PACKARD SALES SERVICE Foreign Car Headquarters 602 W. Seneca St., Ithaca, N.Y. Phone 2965 - 2565 COLLEGE CITY SALES 1952 Chevrolet Styl. Dlx. 2-door. Original paint. Clean $779 1949 Olds. 68 Club Coupe. Needs raint S339 1951 Ford F5 Stake $399 1946 Chevrolet ton panel ....$ 89 3o3 Elmira Rd. Ph. 4-0100 1948 CHEVROLET CONVERTIBLE White wall tubeless tires, new top Excellent second car for you. Dial 6133 after 5. 1954 DODGE 20,000 miles. 14 ton stake truck, Perfect Dial 9895. CONVERTIBLE Buick 1953. Original owner. Cost S3.300 new. Fully eauip per, excellent condition, good price. Phone 7033. 52 CHEV. DELUXE 2-DR. 32.000 MILES EXCELLENT CONDITION 9S31 49 CHEVROLET Convertible. Black. New white wall tires and motor. Reasonable. Dial 4-3S97 or phone Dryden. Viking 4-5a34. 1953 DODGE TRUCK 1 ton. In ex cellent condition. Low mileage, $875. Call Etna 4421. ECONOMY MOTOR SALES TOUR PONTIAC DEALER 319 W. STATE ST. 2618 1950 FORD V-S Club coupe, $250, or best offer. Call 4-5327 after 6. FOR TOP VALUE USED CARS Right Prices Fair Treatment ERIE J. MILLER 09 S. Cayuga St. Phone 8718 HIGHEST QUALITY USED CARS 49 Chevrolet Tudor. 49 Buick Sedan. Rdmst. Dvnaflow. '50 Ford Tudor 8. '51 Buick Sedan Super. '51 Pontiac Sedan 6 Hydra.- '51 Buick Sedan Super Dvna. '51 Ford Conv't. Coupe. Ford-o-Matlc. bi rontiac Sedan Chief. Dlx. 8. '51 Buick Sedan. Spl. Dlx. '51 Buick Tudor. Spl. Dlx. Dyna. 52 Pontiac Sedan. Chiefs Dlx. 8 Hy dra. '52 Pontiac Tudor Chief. Dlx. 8. '52 Olds Sedan Dlx. 88. '53 Chevrolet Tudor. '53 Buick H'rdtop Spl. Dyna. "53 Chevrolet Hardtop. '53 Chevrolet Sedan C210). '53 Dodge Sedan Coronet 8. O.D. '53 Buick Hardtop Rdmst. Power Steering, Dyna. '53 Pontiac Tudor Chief. Dlx. 8. '53 Buick Sedan. Super Dvna. '53 Cadillac Sedan (62). Hydra $2695. TOWNLEY MOTORS "Where Customers Send Their Friends" Ithaca 4-9921 "GLASS SHOWROOM ELMIRA ED." ON Used Cars for Sale ITHACA MOTORS CO. LINCOLN -MERCURY DEALER 327 E. STATE ST. PHONE 4-6355 1947 MERCURY COUPE Radio, heater. 2 new white sidewall tires. Very reliable transportation. 607 W. Green, after 6 p.m. 1946 MERCURY Fordor. R&H. Ex cellent. $165. M&M Auto Sales, 4-1707 Danby. 1953 MG Red TD Roadster. Red leather, many accessories. 4-3211. Extension 3337; evenings Trumansburg MOVING OUT OF TOWN Selling extra car. loI tora V-8. Custom club coupe. Radio, heater, overdrive. Excellent condition. Dial 4-0807. 1950 OLDSMOBILE Model 88.Has radio, heater, new tires. In good condition. $595. Phone 7354. 1947 OLDSMtBILE CONVERTIBLE All good whitewall tires, radio, heater, good top. hydramatic. Excellent condition. Sell to highest bidder. Dial 7824. 1950 PONTIAC CHIEFTAIN Deluxe, hydromatic. radio, fully equipped. J40U. Dial 6UZ4. 1953 PONTIAC Fordor sedan. Hy- araraauc. Raaio. neater: new tube- less tires. Clean, excellent condition. Reasonable. Box 1038 care The Ithaca Journal. PAUL'S USED CARS BOUGHT. SOLD. EXCHANGED 900 TABER ST. PHONE 4-3376 1951 PACKARD CONVERTIBLE REYNOLDS GARAGE 603 W. BUFFALO 3-1845 SALE $300 TO $1,000 BONUS ALLOWANCE ON 150 NEW AND USED CARS NOW IN STOCK EVERY CAR PRICED " TO SELL ALL CARS GUARANTEED SEE OUR PRICES . BEFORE YOU BUY PHONE 2623 H.C.T. MOTOR CO. USED CAR LOT ELMIRA ROAD SEE YOUR CHEVROLET DEALER'S O.K. USED CARS 1953 Chevrolet Bel Air Sport Coupe, radio and heater ..$1,445 1953 Chevrolet Bel Air Tudor, two tone green, radio and heater 1,345 1953 Chevrolet (210) 4 D. Sedan, two tone, radio and heater 1,295 1952 Willys Aero Wing 2 D.. radio, heater and O.D 495 1952 Chevrolet 2 D. CL Coupe, radio and heater 695 1951 Mercury CL Coupe, sharp, dark blue 695 1951 Chevrolet Conv. Coupe radio and heater 795 Station Wagons 1954 Chevrolet 4 Door Wagon, 8.000 miles 51, 695 1953 Chevrolet 4 Door Wagon. two tone green, radio and heater .... ...... ... 1 395 1953 Chevrolet 4 Door "(210) Wagon. 13,000 miles, power Glide 1,495 Good Value Used Cars 1949 Chevrolet Bus. Coupe Sharpe $325 1948 Plymouth 4 D. Sedan, clean 295 1948 Chevrolet 2 D. Fleetline. radio and heater 245 194S Chevrolet CL Coupe, radio and heater 245 1950 Plymouth CL Coupe - radio and heater 495 CHEVROLET SALES & SERVICE FAMOUS FOR FAIRNESS WALSH & SON CHEVROLET 320 Elmira Rd. 4-6636 SELL-A-BRATION SALE OF USED CARS 1953 DODGE Coronet. V-8 Fordor R. & H., Gyro Torque 1,195 1952 DODGE 6 Fordor 795 785 795 775 1952 PLYMOUTH Fordor Cranbrook 1951 MERCURY Sta. Wagon 1952 DODGE Panel 1955 FORD Fairlane fordor equipped. with R&H, Fordomatic. whitewalis Only 5,000 miles. Special deal. Terms to Fit Any Budget ALL CARS CARRY OUR SIX MONTH WARRANTY CAYUGA MOTORS 125 E. GREEN ST. Phone 4-6315 "YOUR FRIENDLY FORD DEALER" Open Friday 'til 9 P.M. 1950 STUDEBAKER Pick-up. with the big motor. A good buv for $375 See at Dairy Store Varna. Phone 4-1963. TOP VALUE TRADE INS ON THE '55 BUICK 1953 MERCURY MONTEREY 4-door. Light green. Merc-O-Matic, custom interior, back-up lights and many extras $1495 1952 MERCURY 4-door two-tone blue, radio, heat er, defroster. custom interior. standard shift with overdrive $1145 1952 CHEVROLET BEL AIRE Hardtop. Yellow and black: radio, heater, defroster, standard shift. low mileage $1045 1951 FORD DELUXE Two-door. Blue, radio and heater: standard shift. Only $ 595 1950 BUICK SUPER Hardtop. Light blue, fully equipped. Dynaflow. white wall tires , $ 745 1950 BUICK SPECIAL Two-door. Black, fully equipped and many extras. Standard shift. At the low price of $ 645 MANY OTHERS TO CHOOSE FROM J. G. PRITCHARD & SON INC. Open Evenings until 9:00 Phone 9777 Phone 9777 USED CARS WANTED WE BUY. SELL AND FINANCE WALLACE B. MARTIN REAR DEAN'S DIAL 4-1661 We Buy, Sell and Finance USED CARS AND TRUCKS DEAL & MERRICK AUTO SALES 402 S. Cayuga St Dial 2602 WHIPPLE'S USED CARS NORTH TRIPHAMMER RD. PHONE 4-1856 OPEN EVENINGS Auto Accessories LARGE SIZE Fast and slow bat tery charger and tester $50 cash. Work good. Phone 4-3340. 4A ALUMINUM HOUSE TRAILER A-l condition. Ideal for small family or nuntmg trip. Sleeps 4. $800. Robert Greenwpod, Trumansburg Road. Dial 4-0970. '55 BRINGS THE BEST IN BUYS On Mobile homes at CAYUGA LAKE TRAILER SALES. New and used. Private financing. Auburn Road. 4-2747. C. H. JAMES MOBILE HOME SALES Liberty New Moon Marlette. Several excellent buvs In new 45 ft. models, Taggin-Wagon .farK. mal 3-1434. 1952 HOUSE TRAILER 35 ft. Silver Star. In good condition. For information see Francis Trumble Schwan Trailer Park. Hanshaw Rd Extension. R.D. 1. Ithaca, any evening after 6 p.m. LATE MODEL PRAIRIE SCHOON ER In excellent condition. Has attached screened porch. Located on lot convenient to campus. Mohawk or G.E. Phone 9690. fltw and USED TRAILERS For a real money-saving: price and easy terms with private financing1, see ROWLEY'S, 24 Lewis St.. Dryden. A NICE 40 FT. TRAILER All equipped. Good condition. Mrs. E. Predmore. Prospect St., Trumans burg. SEE THE NEW LOW PRICE On Alma's Embassy 48 ft. now on display at ALMA TRAILER SALES. Rt. S9. E. of Interlaken. Phone 27-F-6. TRAVELO. 28 FT. TRAILER With Cabana. Will sell separately. Phone Dryden. Viking 4-5481. TRAILER LOTS 40x50 FT. Good T.V. Pets allowed. Silvercore Mobile Homes Community. Danby Rd. Dial 4-3079 or 2649. WHY RENT? For sale 1953. 16-ft house trailer. good condition, reasonable. Phone 4-7267. Motorcycles & Bicycles 5 HARLEY DAVIDSON K Model. Excellent condition throughout. Verv reasonable. P. F. Wieland. Phone 4-5943. THE AMAZING New 1956 Harley- uaviason motorcycles are here at JMmira Harley - Davidson Sales. Horseheads. N.Y. Trades and terms Phone 91541. BSA. SUNBEAM and ARIEL Sales and Service. Reduced prices on all new machines for Month of Septem- ner. Used Harlev-Davidson and All-State scooter. Woodv's Truck Stop, Route 13, Cayuta, N.Y. Phone Odessa 15Y12. NEW SCHWTNN. RALEIGH AND HUFFY BICYCLES Parts and accessories. Prompt repair service. Model airplane, tovs and used bi-cvcles. SHEPHKRD'S BIKE SHOP. 115 N. Tioga St. Business Service ALL KINDS OF CARPENTRY WORK Remodeling, repairing: also painting. Phone 4-6687. 8 a.m. to 12. ALL CESSPOOL AND SEPTIC TANK SERVICE HERB SNOW Phone Ithaca 4-5874 ALL CESSPOOL CLEANING And repairing, drainage and footing. Albert Perrault. Dial 4-0566 or 4-5343. ALL TYPES OF BUILDING Roof ing, siding, driveways, sidewalks, chimneys built, rule plumbings. Dial fataKi 4-1 u i. A BETTER CLEANING JOB On your cesspools and septic tanks Prompt service. $25. Dial 4-6840. A BETTER CONCRETE Driveway, sidewalks, floors, footings, retain ing walls, steps, stucco, plastering and patching: blocks laid, chimneys repaired, floors leveled, cellar water proofing. See us today for an esti mate. 9284, 12-L 6-8 p.m. . Mc Quade. ARMSTRONG FURNACES & CONVERSION BURNERS All makes serviced and repaired. PORTER SHEET METAL, 308 Washington St. Phone 4-6435. BLACKTOP & CONCRETE WORK Blacktop driveways, tennis courts and parking lots. All types of grad ing and basing, concrete sidewaucs, walls, floors, etc. Ditching, fill, com pressor and trucking. See us today for free estimates. Alby & Son. 3-1433. BULLDOZER & SHOVEL WORK Excavating and grading. Topsoil. filler and gravel. Experienced oper ators. TRIPP BROTHERS. 4-1279. DUMP. PANEL. AND PICKUP Trucks for hire. Top soil and cin ders delivered. Air compressor, con crete mixed and steam cleaner rent als. Phone 3-1013 or 3-1178 FIRE ESCAPES Railings. All size steel in stock. Anchor tence agents. JOHNNY'S WELDING SERVICE. 720 W. Green St Dial 2881. GAS HEATING Conversion burners. boilers, gravity and forced air fur naces. Also unit heaters sold and in stalled. Brewer & Brown. Co., Inc. Dial 2946. DITCHES DUG Septic tank lines. 10c per ft., also bulldozing and grading. L. E. Chase. 4-3905. MASONRY AND BRICKLAYING Also painting and carpentry. Good work at a reasonable rate. Dial 4-3735 after 5 p.m. PAPERHANGING. PAINTING Interior, exterior 25 years experience. Estimates cheerfully given. Creed, Ithaca 4-1885. PAINTING PAPERHANGING DECORATING Interior and exter ior. Expert workman. Fully insured. Call W. Bishop. Dial 4-5063. RUG CLEANING SERVICE Your rugs shampooed scientifically and safely by machine In your home. Our method has been used since 1918 and is approved by leading manufacturers of finest rugs and carpets. All work guaranteed and fullv insured. MILLER'S REPAIR SERVICE. 320 Center Street. Phone 4-3531 for estimates. RUSSELL SINN & SON ALL KINDS TRUCKING ITHACA 4-2504 TOWN AND COUNTRY Heating oil burner service. Name brand turn-aces, boilers, water pumps, bathrooms, electrical supplies and accessories. Liberal discounts and free estimates. Phone 4-0831. UPHOLSTERING Repairing, recov ering. Springs retied. Slipcovers. Free estimates within 20 miles. Prompt service. Burmester. 4-7741 WATER SOFTENERS FILTERS Any kind of water conditioning efficiently and economically done. SOFT WATER SERVICE. Dial 9646. Help Wanted Female 8 THE ITHACA JOURNAL Does not Knowingly accept neip-waniea au-vertisements which violate the Wage and Hour Law. or iniormauon about wage or salary controls, in hniii mfnimnm wo ff ATPftimp Tin V or the child labor requirements of the .Federal wage ana tiour iaw. consult the U.S. Department of laDor s wage ana nour vmcc. auc Syracuse office is at 109 W. Onondaga St. Telephone Syracuse 2-2131. ADVERTISING. AGENCY Has op portunity for account secretary, in teresting secretarial worn ior national magazines, radio. TV. 5-day week. Downtown office. Write Box 1035 care The Ithaca Journal ATTRACTIVE: And diversified work for a secretary. Good salary, pleasant working conditions: shorthand necessarv. Interview will give more detail. Box 1033 care The Ithaca Journal. AVON Offers ambitious women sub stantial yearly earning opportunity. Enjoy our "Christmas Harvest" now. Write to Mrs. Grace Millias. Mgr., Mt. Upton N.Y. CAPABLE GIRL OR WOMAN l Needed to live in and care for 2 children in Brooktondale. Room and Auto Trailers poara pius wages, ounaays on. V?"ISpw Chart shows vnn pvpi-v stn Ithaca 4-1859 anytime or Slaterville 44Y21 after 5 p.m. CASHIER For cafeteria. 6 days , week. 10:30 a.m.-7:30 p.m. J40 per week with meals. Experience pre-, ferr-ed but not necessary. Home uairyj-o. CHAMBERMAIDS Full or part time.! Write Box InVI nra Ths Tthara Journal. Help Wanted Female S ' CLERICAL WORKER Routine clerical duties, experienced desirable but not necessary. Call 3491 be-tween 9 a.m. -3 p.m. DISHWASHER Call in person. Busy Bee Restaurant, 126 S. Aurora St. EXPERIENCED WAITRESS Apply in person at Eddigate Restaurant. 409 Eddy St. EXPERIENCED SEAMSTRESS WRITE TO P-O. BOX 224, .ITHACA EXPERIENCED Slip-cover maker. McCartney fabric shop, 4-1059. GIRL OR YOUNG WOMAN Full time. Apply in person. Student iaunaromat, 402H College Ave. GIRL OR YOUNG WOMAN Full time. Apply in person. Downtown Laundromat. 114 W. State St. HAIRDRESSER Experienced. Excel- ' ieni wonting- conditions and salarv. 5,TTd..'ek- APP'y at ROTHSCHILD'S BEAUTY SALON. HAIRDRESSER WANTED MusFbe experienced. mil Beauty Shop. 4-9o' Saturdaj-g and Sundays SALESGIRL For bakery counter. 6 uajs a weeic. 7 a.m. -4 p.m. $40 per week with meals. Apply in person. Home Dairy Co. STENOGRAPHER Part or full time. Interesting work in downtown office. Replv Box 1032 care The Ithaca Journal. TEACHERS AND TUTORS In High ocnooi ana university subjects. Several part-time teachers needed. CASCADILLA SCHOOL. Dial 4-6141. WAITRESS WANTED Steady posi. nuii. njpiy in person, aiarnvn o tel. 105 N. Aurora St. Dial 4-9013. WAITRESS Day sh 1 ft. experienced only. Applv mornings. Homer's Restaurant, 122S1Cayuga St. WOMEN FOR OFFICE AND RETAIL STORE PHONE 2665 WOMAN For housework and care of children for 2 weeks. 2 school age. 4-6822. WOMAN To careforchildren in my home In South Lansing weekdays. Phone4-4465 WOMAN To helpwith picking up toys and putting on coats and hats from 10 a m. to 12:30 p.m. Mondavi through Fridavs at the Community Nursery School. Write to Mrs. W. Paley. ro Community Nursery School, Women's Community Bldg., Ithaca. . WOMAN To care for vear old girl mornings. Write Box 191, Penn Yan, N.Y. Help Wanted Male 9 AUTOMOBILE SALESMEN Two good used car salesmen needed. Also opportunity to sell new cars. Men must have such a good following and experience that the used cars will move out to accommodate our present volume of new car selling. Call Mr. Stimson, 2618, for an interview. AUTO MECHANIC Experience necessary. Apply in person Ithaca Motors Co.. 327 E. State St. 2 AUTO MECHANICS 1 BODY AND PAINT MAN We will move into the new Chev rolet garage at 320 Elmira Road soon after the new year. The above men are needed immediately. The first step in our expansion plans. Get in on the ground floor. Apply in person to THE SERVICE MANAGER WALSH & SON CHEVROLET 711 WILLOW AVE. BODY SHOP MAN Working foreman needed, who can handle estimating, as well as body repairing, refinishing. and fainting. Call Mr. Sjtimson, 2618, for an interview. $20 00 DAILY Sell LuminousDoor Plates. Write Reeves. Attleboro, Mass. Free sample & details. DRIVER-SALESMAN Apply Hatha- wav isaKeries, 715 Willow Ave. Dial 9130. EXPERIENCED POULTRYMAN For poultry farm at Dryden. Bab-cock Poultry Farm, Trumansburg Rd. Dial 3-1573. EXPERIENCED FARM HAND At the Odd Fellows Farm. Good wages. Dial 8514 or 65S3 after 6 p.m. GROCERY CLERK Full time. Ap ply in person. Egan's Food Shop, 403 College Ave. HAIRDRESSER Experienced. Excel lent working conditions and salarv. 5 dav week. Apply at ROTHSCHILD'S BEAUTY SALON. HANDY MAN To do yard work Sat urdays. Will pay $1.25 per hour. Box 1037 care The Ithaca Journal. Pattern By Marian Martin ! ihv 9232 -u Smart new version of your fa vorite jumper a comfortable step- in style with touches of embroidery for added color! Pair it with the companion blouse wear it with all your other blouses and sweaters you'll love it! Pattern 92S1: Misses' Sizes 12, 14, 16, 18, 20; 40. Size 16 jumper takes 33,4 yards 39-inch; blouse, 17' T..r.. I 3. al U3' muiuucu. inis easy-io-use pattern gives perfect fit. Complete, illustrated Send 35 cents in coins for this . - f - lUi wui yxi- tern for lst-class mailing. Sena to Marian Martin, care of The Ithaca Journal, 66 Pattern Dept., Wegt lgth g Ngw York V Y Print nlainlv namp rlHrp ' iwith zone, size and style number. r ' if

Clipped articles people have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 22,900+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Publisher Extra® Newspapers

  • Exclusive licensed content from premium publishers like the The Ithaca Journal
  • Archives through last month
  • Continually updated

Try it free