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CERTIFICATE AWARD The Dunkirk freight house staff of the Nickel Plate railroad Saturday afternoon received its sixth consecutive ''No Accident Certificate" for a record in accident prevention and employee safety performance in the transportation department durinjr 1949. The staff and railroad officials are shown above during 1 the presentation. --Observer Photo In the front row from left to right are Albert 3. Daniels, Anthony L. Civilett; 3.
Edward Ryan, division trainmaster of Conneaut, L. C. Steele, agent; Roy C. Sabens, superintendent of safety, and Clark W. Howard.
In the back row are R. D. Ferry, William 3. Mulligan, Robert A. Steele, Roy F.
Mangus, and George M. Miller. Today By William Barbeau THERE'S A VERY tired and. very well-known, proverb In our language about people reach for the a figure of speech thai carries the mean- ins of people who are trying to achieve the impossible, to somewhere or do sonnthinj; beyond the bounds of human powers. There's another old one around about the moon, and that is the nursery rhyme with which 1 was lured into bed for a good many years the one that ends "and the cow jumped over the And all of a sudden, now, these things can't be used in Don't Let "Kidney Fatigue" Get You Down There Is no use letting inactive kidneys make you miserable.
Thompson's Bor-soma' Tablets being a stimulant diuretic to the kidneys are a groat aid In help- Ins Ihc kidneys flush out poisonous waste matter-arid excess acid from the blood. This pol-- sonou. 1 waste Is of cause of miserable aches and pains and making you get up nights. Thompson's Bor-soma Tablets are aiso excellent for your liver and 'stomach. 60c at all drug stores.
If constipated also take Coltlcn Lax Tablets old way. All of a sudden, there's a new reason to tie up your brindle heifer, and a new reason why the proverb just I doesn't apply any more for it looks as if it isn't impossible any more either to actually git to the moon, or for a frisky Frei- san to hurdle it some night when it's full. But to explain. ABOUT TWO weeks ago. I sat here reading, and only half aware of what I was doing, switched thj radio on.
After a minute of the gurglings and splutt- erings that I can't have investigated until after my pay check comes the first of the month, there was the hum that showed I'd managed to find a station, and then, suddenly, out its little black case, the radio said, "Moon to earth. Moon to earth. Moon to earth. Over earth!" I dropped the book grabbed for a can of beer quickly, and did a double-take as it hasn't been done since Abbott and Cos: tello made their last movie- but I it, was all true. It was a scientif- radio program which dramal- teed the rocket trip to the moon which just isn't an Impossibility any more.
THEN, I'D almost forgotten the whole thing- pr shoved it to the back regions of the dark closet In my mind where I keep everything involved with atoni- ic power when I picked up the i Sunday paper of a week ago. to I find not only an article on the I situation, but more, the article was an announcement of a forthcoming movie called, ''Destination Moon." Apparently, the situation is roughly that the scientists- par- ticular'ly the astrolog-efs- those men who sit on hillsides in things that look like the eye from a Japanese goldfish with a machine gun out the front it have bi'Mi developing more and more powerful telescopes for a long time, and by combining forces with the physicists have been able to measure the moon, weigh it, take its temperature- don't ask me what this I proves and to establish the fact that It is only 250,000 miles away from the earth, and moving closer every couple of million light years. (Sorry, but 1 can't get into the definitions or figure's on this any more than I have; I'm probably more lost thai! you are right now!) ANYWAY, THINGS have stood like this for some time, and then my pet bugbear, which you've heard my loudest screams about --atomic power--was born, and suddenly, the mean to to the other planets that surround the earth was possible. Not only they'know the geography of the place now, but they 'know. too, that ths're is no water, no i vegetation, and in all prababili- ty, no living matter at all there.
All of which puts the man in the moon in a sort of enibarras- sins position! There are, of course, a faw i things wrong with taking off for i what will probably end up as the fiftieth state- there's no gravity, no wind, no storms, anci very little space between us and our next satellite, which means that you might start for there and end up whirling In matter for the rest of time a thought which is sort of uncomfortable unless you are interested in getting rid of extra aunts, grandparents, or babies. SO, WITH a slightly weary sigh, I whisper "All moon passengers please enter at gate 7. Your space ship is ready. Lead boots will be supplied, but we must ask you to leave your paring knives. All theories regarding the green cheese story are Communist propaganda!" Out of This World Reed Favors Hoover Report Washington Representative Daniel A.
Reed, Republican of Dunkirk, announced Saturday OI tn "cover commission recom- that the "wholehearted support a was ever made tnan of every American" is needed in the warning sounded 150 years ago by Thomas Jefferson when the Hoover commission recommendations. "Everyone wants security, but there is no security in either further inflation or national bankruptcy. "No more fitting statement as to the need of the implementation of the Hoover commission recom- he said: "To preserve our indepen- of every American" is needed in order to accomplish the purposes of a report by the Hoover com- mission. fc WIA1 JUUCJJUU- Declaring that the fundamen- en oe we nul not let our rulers tal objective of the report is to load w1th prnflf rl1 rf hf "furnish. better government at a cheaper price, Mr.
Reed said: "The objective- is just that simple but its implementation requires the wholehearted support of every American who believes in Individual liberty and the preservation of can ideal. the Ameri- load us with perpetual debt, We must make our choice between economy and liberty, or profusion and servitude. If wo can prevent the government from wasting the labors of the people under the pretense of caring for them, they will be happy. The same prudence in private life would forbid our paying our money for unexplained projects, forbids it in the disposition of public money." Mr. Reed listed some information to show how spending in government has increased in the past years.
'He said: Just 20 years ago the total was $3,000,000,000. This year's budget Is over $42,000,000 000. Just 20 years ago the fed- al 0 had less than 600 civilian employees, today there are over two million. Ill 1 UCSO11 Just 20 years ago taxes to run I M. L.
Gilray of Sheridan Dies THE EVENING OBSERVER, Dunkirk, N. May 1, 1958 dan town board in 1925 and faithfully served his community in that capacity for 24 years. He was fraternally affiliated with the Independent Order of Odd Fellows No. 856 of Sheridan and yvas a past district deputy president of that order and was the las't charter member of True Union Rebekah lodge; a member of Irondeqr.oit lodge of Masons No. 301 of Dunkirk and Sheridan Grange 'No.
235. He was commissioner of the Sheridan fire department and served on the Chautauqua County laboratory board at Brooks Memorial hospital for several years. He also served as a director of the Chautauqua Coun- ty fair and was a judge in the vegetable department. Mr. Gilray is survived by his widow, Mrs.
Blanche Cook Gilray, a daughter. Miss Marjorie K. Gilray and the following sisters and brothers: Mrs. Mary Corey, Conewango, Mrs. Bertha Goldberg, Laona, Mrs.
Alice Sweet and Mrs. Lily Cave. Fredonia: Mrs. Pearl Boiling, Dunkirk; Mrs. Ruth Christy.
Silver Creek; Leonard Gilray of Dunkirk and Hugh A. Gilray, Sheridan. --Use the Classified Pates. lar. Each day the sinks deeper into debt at rate of 315.000,000.
Already i 1 -I I- i. S.1 sa A 4 ivtn, 11 i.U, LCTiJU at Tucson, Arizona. He was born i i Thornbury, Ontario, Canada, ni. Of no A t. the the each the April 14, 1883, the son of.James and Mary Ann White Gilray and was one of a family of fourteen children.
He moved to Rochester with, his family at an early then in 1901 the family moved to Sheridan. He married Blanche figures G. Cook of Sheridan, Novem- i 16, 1921. simple truths should Mr. Gilray was a successful every person to the im- greenhouse man and was prom- need to reduce the costiinent in civic affairs.
He was 01 government by effectuating I elected a member'of the Sheri- liational debt is $1,709 for man, woman and child in 2 a interest on lllia aebt alone costs approximately MS each pei son on these UTHf CHfF Amazing the things we do to serve you faster! FOR A SNACK OR A COMPLETE LUNCHEON JUST AROUND THE CORNER CROSSWHIHy SANDWICH SHOP 8 WEST FOURTH STREET PMDMC PHONE injoy all the smooth riding all the purse-pleasing economy all the pep and power built into your Chevrolet. And to enjoy all this at lowest cost, you want the best service. It's the cheapest in the long rurt or the short! There are three good reasons why your Chevrolet dealer's service means the best service: Only at your dealer's do Chevrolet-trained experts use Chevrolet-approved tools to skillfully meet the specifications for every Chevrolet service. Yes, to keep your car up--and costs on your friendly Chevrolet dealer. 1.
Distributor Points--adjusted 2. Air Cleaner--cleaned 3. Coil--checked 4. Cylinder Head--tightened 5. Timing--adjusted 6.
Condenser--checked 7. Manifolds--inspected, tightened 8. Distributor--scientifically tested 9. Carburetor--adjusted TO. Voltage Control--examined, tested 1 T.
Battery--tested; terminals cleaned 12. Tappets--adjusted 13. Spark Plugs--cleaned 14. Spark--set by trained men 1 5. Hose Connections--tightened 16.
Vacuum Control--tested 17. Fan Belt--inspected, adjusted 18. Compression--checked 19. Generator Brushes--inspected 20. Heat Control--tested 21.
Cooling System--tested, checked MOTOR So you can enjoy driving this summer, your Chevrolet serviceman suggests this Tune-up for May. It's designed to restore the smooth, fuel-saving performance of your engine. T9313 11--17 fcn It's svvoony! It's sun conscious! Just look at the cun-cut neckline front and back! Get this frock ready for day and dates. A dual jewel, has cape lor cover-up! Pattern T9313 Jr. Miss sizes 11, 13, 15, 17.
Size 13 frock and cape 4 3-8 yds. 7-8 yd. "oiltrast. This easy-to-use pattern gives perfect fit. Complete, illustrated Sew Chart shows you every step.
Send thirty cents in coins for special handling of this deluxe pattern to Marian Martin, Dunkirk Evening Observer 356 Pattern 232 West 18th New York 11, N. Y. Print plainly name, address with zone, size and style number. It's new! Our Marian Martin Pattern Book for Summer! Send Twenty Cents more to get the complete fashion picture for warm weather in 1950. Everything for every age, including active sports wardrobe.
Plus sc free pattern of a beach bra printed in the book. GIRLS TO DRIVE CABS Three hundred girls are. to be trained as taxicab drivers at Budapest, Hungary, for the first time, and a somewhat smaller number will be trained to be bus drivers. Budapest's first srirl taxi driver, Eva Binct, already has her cab. JI.OVE Corinth, Mass.
(UP)--In one month this north Mississippi Gretna Green served as the marriage site for 168 Tennessee' couples. The brides included one girl of 13, one of 15 and another of 16. --Read the OBSERVER Daily. GAIL'S WATCHES AND JEWELRY 335 CINTRAl DUNKIRK THINKING OF BUILDING OR BUYING A HOME? SEE US! You'll find us friendly to assist you! You find the property you want we will supply the mortgage Our DIRECT-RETIREMENT MORTGAGES Are Tailored to Your Income! Lake Shore 128 East Fourth Street DAMAGE SALE! The BIGGEST VALUES ever offered by Your SINGER SEWING CENTER! NOTIONS THREAD RUFFLINGS MOST of OUR STOCKS AT UP TO Includes: ZIPPERS Sewing Boxes OFF Shoulder Pads 'KERCHIEFS ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES AND SPECIAL MACHINE ATTACHMENTS OFF SEWING MACHINES NEW and USED WATER DAMAGED Tremendous Reductions! Wonderful Values! Come Early Large Selections Liberal Terms SEWING CABINETS Up To OFF STORE CLOSED MOND A YTiml TUESDAY, MAY 1 -2 To Prepare for This Tremendous Sale. SALE IN PROGRESS-WED.
thru MAY 3-6th Open 9:30 a. m. to 9:00 p. m. Open Evenings During This Sale Only! SINGER SEWING CENTER HOTEL DUNKIRK Central Avenue DUNKIRK, NEW YORK.
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