Dunkirk Evening Observer from Dunkirk, New York on November 18, 1944 · Page 4
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Dunkirk, New York
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Saturday, November 18, 1944
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PAGE fOTTR DUNKIRK (NT.) EVBNJNQ OBSERVED, SATURDAY, NOV. 18, ·WHERE DO YOU THINK YOU'RE GOING?" ·\ ThatY also a good question for every person whose earnings are up. Anyone who has a growing thrift account knows that he is headed in the right direction. Come in and put part of your next pay in a thrift account here. LAKE SHORE NATIONAL BANK DUNKIRK, NEW YORK Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation SURE to PLEASE Your photograph is one gift that's always wire of a welcome, no matter what the occasion. BUT-. . . you wouldn't wear an out-of-style hat or dress, and a "dated" photograph no more represents you as you are today than would out-of-fashion clothes. Let us photograph YOU as you are TODAY. KNOWLTON'S EVERYTHING 152 East Fourth St. PHOTOGRAPHIC GOOD GROOMING --and-GOOD CLEANING Go Hand In Hand I Vou will feel smartly dressed if you step out in clothes 'we have cleaned. We Vs« the Odorless Trl-Clean Method A M E R I C A N --- CLEANERS 426 Main St., Phone 3556 ALLENBRAND BUILDERS' SUPPLY CO. PHONE 2049 For Fall Delivery --oi-- COAL | Open Friday Evening! Until 0:30 § Other Evenings by Appointment IIIIIIIHIIIIIHIimilKUWmillUIIHIII Phone 5305 DII, CpLKXV R. FISH Optometrist First Floor Over Jaynei Store Sane Street Location for Past 30 Years 332 Central Avenue i Dunkirk. New York | MAHOGANY DINING ROOM SUITE Genuine Mahogany Dining Boom Suite -- 0 pieces consisting of Buffet, China Cabinet, Table, 5 Chairs and One Arm Chair. JOHN A. MACKOWIAK and SONS FURNITURE -- FUNERAL SERVICE 268 Lake lbor« Drto, But DUNKIRK. N; Y PHONE 97M opto Ermlnci !»Mpt Wednwdays UM OBSfcKVEK Ad* Before Shopping FRANK WADE DIED IN HOSPITAL LAST NIGHT Frank Wade, 105 King street, proprietor oE a liquor store in East Third stree.t,." died Friday night in the hospital following a week's illness. Bom in D u n k i r k he had lived here all his life. He was a veteran of World War 1. ' ' Mr. Wade was a member of St. Mary's church, of the Holy Name society of that parish, of the Veteran's of Foreign Wars, oC the Mbose and of the Exempt Firemen's association. He is 'survived by a brother, James Wade of Dunkirk! two sisters, ' Miss Helen Wade o f ' D u n - kirk and Evelyn Popener of Titusville, Pa. . ' · ' SEEK YOUNGSTERS WHO BROKE VIADUCT LIGHTS Dunkfrk police will be on Hie alert for a group of boys who on several occasions during the last week have broken all the light bulbs at the New York Central viaduct in Roberts road.. Information obtained by police is the youngsters on their way to and 'from school have been tossing stones at the lights. 100 POUNDS OF YOUR WASTE PAPER «.S. VICTORY WASTE FAffl CAMPAIGN * * * .«.* * * * * * - * * : « Those Boys Need The Weather Commended Saturday, Nov. 18. Condition: Cloudy. ' The temperature rang* during the put 24 houri -was between 39 .and 42 degrees. Sun sets today st 8:53 p. m., rises tomorrow at 8:14 a. m. All data furnished by government observers at the CAA emergency landing field. Forecast: ' Cooler with seme fof tonight Sunday a. little warmer. CITY and VICINITY City and Vicinity Adv. IBc per line, per insertion. Cash with order. Count five worde to · line. --Wanted, used' saxaphorie. Call Fredonia 295-J-l. : --5-room flat for rent. 109 Prospect St., Fredonia.' --Wanted, circulating gas heater. Phone 212W,. Fredonia. --For sale, house* lot and garage. 33 Newton, Fredonia. --Floor senders for rent. Mc- Machans'. ' · --Hand painted bud vasei. Dk. Home Bakery. · --Two brand-new lines of transfers! McMachans'. --New hob-nail vases, just unpacked. Dk. Home Bakery--Ark Beauty Shoppe. Call 3542 for appointments, 9-5. . ' --Sale .on slips, lace trimmed, $1.29 at Paris Fashion anniversary sale. --See our new hand-painted cookie jars. Dk. Home Bakery. --Childs solid oak table and two chairs. Built for durability. Jack Jill Shop. --Beautiful china pieces from Nancy, France. Ideal Xmas gifts. McClenathan's. . --Horse fori sale, good .worker. This week $60.00. Victor Vinton, W. Main, Fredonia; : --One'groikp sweaters $2.00, long and short sleeves, at Paris Fashion anniversary sale,. ( --Black slips, tailored and lace trimmed, sizes 32 to 42, at Habers. --One group dresses, $2.00, in one and two pieces, at Paris Fashion anniversary sale. --Make your selection of skirts at Habers. We have-all colors and sizes, $2,98 to $6.98. Habers. --One group reversible coats, tweeds and twills, at Paris Fashion anniversary sale. --Mr. Haber .is back from New York. Come in and see the latest in new 1945 styles now. --Aunt Sue's French dry cleaner, 69c per gal. McMachans'., --One group button-on coats, all wool materials, $14.50 at Paris Fashion anniversary sale. --We install window glass. Call 4667., McMachans' --One group purses $1.00, reg. $2.29, at Paris Fashion anniversary sale. x · --Air mail stationery, a number of styles and sizes. McClenathan's. --For Rent: Partly, furnished 3 room lower, .437 Main, ?15. Inquire 35 Newton, Dunkirk. --New shipment o£ smart hats, also hosiery. Amy Humphrey's, 3rd St. Store open tonight. --For sale, stoves, dining suite, kitchen cabinets, rockers, bird cages, 2nd Hand store, Main St. --For Sale: Beautiful modern 9 room house on best street in Silver Creek. Phone 296 Silver Creek --Announcing the opening ' o'f Frances Beauty Shop, 639 Park avenue, Nov. 20th, 4 years experience, --For- rent, unfurnished- bed living room, bath and kitcherr. Private entrance. Suitable for lady. Call! 9358. --For sale, '33 Plymouth sedan, good tires. Also A circulating wood and coal heater. 41« Bucknor St. Phone 3770. --For sale, metronome; also H. C. A. record player, and skates with shoes attached. Call 422W. --For sale, 20 gauge automatic Remington shotgun, A-l shape, $75. 17 Washington Ave., Fredonia. --Send your children to Joe's Barber Shop, Wright Apts., next to 'Post Office for their holiday hair-cut, · ---Seven room house, 28 Hamlet St., Fredonia, ready to rent Sunday. Inquire 21 Canadaway, Fredonia, , '·--New--2-doorV large size all porcelain electric refrigerator, available for immediate delivery. P. H. Carlyon, inc., Dunkirk. : --Radios repaired at Dorter's Repair Shop, 147 Lake Shore Dr. East. Phone 3S40, open until '8 p. m. · . --Sweet cider, Just pressed; De- iiciom squash, cabbage, SI.00 a bu.; carrots 11.50 a"bu. Closed after s p. m.: Walldorffs. --Just arrived--a new shipment .of women's dresses ; in crepes, silk jerseys, twills. ; Assorted colors, sizes 32 to, 52. Habers. --The Rev. Marvin Rickert, district superintendent, of Grand Island, N. Y;;: will bring the evening message at Zloh Evangelical church, All are welcome. --For sale, one worlt horse, works single or double: i cultivator, I one-horse plow, one-horse rubber tired wagon. Joseph Kraft, 18 Porter St., Fredonia, N. V. T/S Chester Lajewskl, who is a machinist in the 875th Ordnance Heavy* Automotive Maintenance company In France.' His unit has received a commendation from Gen. Dwi*ht D. Elsenhower, for doing: an excellent job in keeping the Red Ball Highway vehicles constantly moving. In the first two weeks In Normandy, before the break-through at St. Lo, the company serviced more than a thousand vehicles.-Lajewskl Is the son of Mrs. Stella Lajewski of 38 Pangolin street. WOUNDED VETERANS TO SPEAK MONDAY IN LOCAL MS Three wounded veterans of the current war will arrive in Dunkirk at 9:15. o'clock Monday morning and will visit local'industrial plants where they will deliver addresses in conjunction with the 6th war loan drive which opens that day. The men are being sent here by the state speakers' bureau of the bond, campaign. ASK WORKERS TO LISTEN TO EISENHOWER ADDRESS A plea for all out support of America's advancing armies by all out production of artillery and artillery ammunition was voiced today by Colonel Frank J. Atwood. chief of the Rochester ordnance district. So important is the supply of artillery and artillery ammunition that- General Dwight p. Eisenhower will discuss it in a spec- ial'broadcast from France Sunday at 3:30 p. m., Colonel Atwood was informed. The broadcast will oe part of .the official Army: Hour, carried by the NBC network between 3:30 p. m. and 4:30 p. m. Plants manufacturing ammunition and artillery were notified of General Eisenhower's proposed broadcast today and contractors posted announcements on plant bulletin boards. The use of public address systems to carry the message to personnel working on Sundays was suggested. Among Rochester ordnance district contractors for artillery ammunition components are: Silver Creek Precision company of Silver Creek, N. Y. Colonel Atw.ood also disclosed that the war department has requested plants to maintain peak production on Thanksgiving day "to continue the production of material essential in saving the lives of fighting men, and in speeding ultimate victory." POSIMER GENERAL REPEATS HIS PLEA TO "MAIL INj§MBER" Public reipon»« to th« port office department'* "Shop Now! Mail in November" campaign is good but needs t o be better, according to Postmaster General Frank C. Walker. "Extraordinary wartime conditions face us," Mr. Walker «aid. "Unless more people buy and mail this month the postal service cannot do its job of delivering all Christmas gifts on time. "It is not pleasing -to us to have to ask the American. people to mail packages so far in advance of the delivery .date. We do so only ·because it has to be done. The job is a tremendous one, but we are confident that it will be done because we know from experience that given .sound reasons Americans cooperate- magnificently. "Unprecedented -shortages of manpower and transportation facilities growing .out of the war compel early 'mailing. The postal service has given 50,000 experienced employees t 0 the armed forces and 300,000 railroad workers have gone to war. Equally serious is the fact that rail and other transport facilities are taxed to the .-limit with the great burden of war traffic which'all of us know must take precedence. ' "In a great number of tur 43,000 post offices the man power situation is critical. The 200,000 extra workers whom we normally recruited to handle the swollen Christmas volume of mall were able to work long hours oi overtime, and. to do heavy work. This cannot be expected from the women and high school boys and girls t 0 whom in large part we must look this year to meet the situation. "The way in which everyone responded in making it possible for us to handle a volume of 70,000,000 parcels for the armed forces overseas leaves no doubt in my' mind that the November Christmas mailing will be equally successful.' I ask for the help of the press, radio, business advertisers, civic groups and all Americans in making it possible for the postal service to do its work. "We urge everyone to buy now, mail in November and mark gifts 'Do Not Open Until Christmas'." DEATHS 35 TO IIIN CITY Births outnumbered deaths 35 to 22 in Dunkirk during the month o£ October, according to the vital statistics report. There, were 10 marriages during the 31-day period, the fewest for an Octoberan the last six years, Oi the babies born here 19 were boys and 16 girls. Those who died included 16 male and six females. Four were single, 12 married and six widowed. The "highest mortality rate was listed as between 85 and 90-years, four being reported. Arterio sclerosis claimed six deaths and one accidental death \vas, recorded. Thirteen other causes of death are listed in the report. 7-dtamoiid Ring. Fishtail nwvntinf. . $175 LIKE NOTHING ELSE IN THIS WORLD *· ' . The diamond is the hardest substance known to man . . . harder by far than the toughest steel. Because of its incomparable quality of permanence, the diamond has been accorded the i unique distinction of symbolizing love that will endure. For your betrothed, you will want the finest diamond your money will buy. Come, then,, to the jeweler, long known for outstanding value, who backi every diamond with a money-back guarantee. · · Buy At a Locally Owned Jewelry Store Where Confidence Prevails Quality Diamond Guarantee with Every Purchase. John A. Stapf Son . ' ' . . ' - / ' · \ · · . . - · , ··· "Quality Jewelers" -- Swics-1878'-. 307 Central Ave. : Phone 2797 : Dunkirk, N. Y. HERE* CHANCE! Today on 56 war fronts all over the some Americans will die fighting. . . . tomorrow . . . and every day till vi . . . more Americans will die. If anybody asked you if, by your own sonal effort, you would shorten the war by so much as a minute, your answer w,ould obvious! Well, here's your chance: The 6th War Loan Drive opens Nov. 20. Between then and Dec. 16 the Treasury asks America to subscribe $14,000,000.000 in War Bonds. The Treasury needs men and women, especially if they have relatives or close friends in the Armed Services, to enroll as authorized Volunteer U. S. Treasury Representatives, to help sell War Bonds during the 6th War Loan, in the Blue Star Brigade! _ If you have free time--or if you can make some of your time free--during the next six weeks, JOIN THE BLUE STAR BRIGADE! ATTEND THE 6TH WAR BOND RALLY * CITY HALL TOMORROW AFTERNOON at 3 o'clock . . . and learn how you can become a Volunteer U. S. Treasury Representative durinff the 6th War Loan. Your Service Ribbon Mail the coupon below for your copy of "Lets Finish the Job." It explains how you can earn the Blue Star Sen-ice Ribbon Pin authorized as an exclusively civilian decoration and awarded to all officers of the Blue Star Brigade. WAR FINANCE COMMITTEE Park Ave. Hotel, Dunkirk Gentlemen: Please send me a copy of "Let's Finish the Job", th* Blue Star Brigade booklet which will tell how to enroll as a Volunteer U. 8. Treasury Representative dnr- ing the 6th War Loan. NAME, ADDRESS SPONSORED BY DUNKIRK LIONS Clot ARTISTRY IN PRIMTING Wky ·rdinarj fmttng vkm jtu CM g* «*** to* added cut* Tkiy itutgi YOU tt*tt**try. THE OBSERVER

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