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Planned Parenthood
lists clinic
t education
begins this week
Mr Jack McDonough, director of
the Ballston Spa Continuing
Education Program has announced
that classes for the second semester
session begin this week. Course information follows.
Beginning Sewing will be taught by
Mrs Marilyn Kindle for 10 weeks at a
cost of $12. This is a course designed
for the individual with little or no
machine sewing experience. The
class will meet op Tuesdays, High
School. Rm 65.7 to9 pm
Advanced Sewing will be taught by
Mrs Marilyn Kindle for 10 weeks at a
cost of $12. This is for the student who
has had the beginning level course or
its equivalent. It will meet Thursdays,
high school Rm 65 - 7 to 9 pm
Woodworking for the Beginner will
be taught by Mr Richard Kindle for 10
weeks at a cost of $12. This is a fun
course with instruction in basic tool
use and machine operation. Select
your own projects. It meets Tuesdays,
Middle School wood shop 7 to 9 pm.
Intermediate Woodworking taught
by Mr Richard Kindle for 10 weeks
will cost $12. This is for the student
with basic skills in woodshop activities. The follow-up course to the
woodworking for the beginner course.
This course meets Thursdays, Middle
School wood shop, 7 to 9 pm.
Intermediate Typing with be taught
by Mrs Doris Ludwig for 10 weeks at a
cost of $12. This course has been
designed for students who already
know the keyboard but desire to increase their speed or to reduce errors.
How to set up business letters,
tabulation, centering and business
forms will also be explained. This
course meets Wednesdays, High
•MM
School, Rm 35,7 to 9 pm.
Intermediate Shorthand will be
taught by Mrs Doris Ludwig for 10
week and will cost $12. This course
has been designed for students who
already know the basic Gregg shorthand outlines but desire to increase
their speed. Transcription of letters
will also be done during class. Classes
meet Mondays, High School, Rm 35 7
to 9 p.
These last two courses are designed
for adults who took shorthand or
typing several years ago and would
like to get back.-into the business
world. Besides" the registration fee,
there will be a charge for textbooks
for these two subjects.
The three hour safe driving course
is the course required for all NYS
driver license candidates. Dates will
be announced through local press or
available by calling 395-5361 ext H5505. Classes are limited to 35 pupils
per session and a learner's permit is
required.
Classes must have a minimum of
ten paid enrollees in order to run.
Senior citizens will be admitted
without tuition charge provided the
minimum of paid enrollees is met.
Registration fees will be returned if a
course is cancelled because of
inadequate enrollment (less than 10
registrants). Courses will run for 10
weeks and no refunds will be made after the second regular meeting of the
class. Classes are beginning this
week. Classes will begin at 7 pm and
conclude at 9 pm unless other wise
noted. Classes will not meet when day
school is closed because of a holiday
or bad weather. To register please
call 885-5361 ext H5-505.
to speak will be heard.
NOTICE OF PUBLIC
ARDIS ANDERSON.
HEARING ON LOCAL
Clerk
LAW 3 OF 1978
Board of Supervisors
TAKE NOTICE that the
Saratoga County Board of
Supervisors will hold a
public hearing at the Board NOTICE OF PUBLIC
of Supervisors' rooms, 40 HEARING ON LOCAL
McMaster St., Ballston
LAW 2 OF 1978
Spa, N.Y., at 6:30 p.m. on TAKE NOTICE that the
Feb. 28,1978.
Saratoga County Board of
The purpose of this Supervisors will hold a
hearing is to consider adop- public hearing in the Board
tion of Local Law 3 of 1978 of Supervisors' rooms, 40
which would amend the McMaster St., Ballston
Rules and Regulations of Spa, N.Y. at 6:15 p.m. on
the Saratoga County Self- Feb. 28,1978.
Insurance Plan including a The purpose of this
requirement that physical hearing is to consider the
examination by given all adoption of Local Law No. 2
new employees, including of 1978, which would involunteer firemen, and that crease to twenty (20) the
the expense of these number of members who
examinations be borne by may be appointed by the
the participating em- Board of Supervisors to the
plover. It also would Saratoga County Traffic
provide that the plan would Safety Board,
not assume the high risks TAKE
FURTHER
of coverage for volunteer NOTICE that at said public
firemen beyond the age of hearing all persons wishing
60.
to speak will be heard.
TAKE
FURTHER
ARDIS ANDERSON,
NOTICE that at said public
Clerk
hearing all persons wishing
Board of Supervisors
Planned Parenthood has four clinics
scheduled for February at the
Saratoga Springs center at 28 Lincoln
Avenue
The clinics will be held: Monday,
February 6,5pm; Tuesday, February
14, 12 noon; Thursday, February 23,
2:15 pm; and Tuesday, February 28, 1
pm. All inquiries are strictly confidential ana appointments may be
made by calling the center at 584-0041.
Services offered include a pelvic
examination by a physician, a Pap
test,
VD screening,
breast
examination, choice of contraceptive
method and counseling. Blood and
urine also are routinely tested. Each
patient is personally interviewed and
counseled
about birth
control
JANINE ROBITAILLE receives
her certificate as a charter
member of the Ballston Spa Leo
Club from Edward Silaika.
Silaika chaired the Lion's Club
committee which organized
the
youth group. LlonTs district
overnor Peter H Wilson and
eo president Scott Audette
(right) look on.
t
Twenty-nine area
youth form Leo club
On January 19, twenty-nine local
children became "LEO" members.
Several months ago the Ballston
Lion's decided that a Leo Club should
be formed and club President Warren
Schultz named Lion member Edward
Silaika to chair this project. The
event was held at the Methodist
Church following a spaghetti dinner
put on by the local Lion's. All twentynine charter members were present
along with their families and Peter H
Wilson, district governor of 20-Y2
conducted the ceremonies. Approximately seventy people witnessed
the chartering of this club.
The Leos will be a service club with
its projects aimed at helping those
less fortunate. Its motto will be
"People Caring for People" and in
order to fulfill this pledge, fund
raising projects will be run from time
to time. The Leos will also assist the
Lion's on some of their many projects.
The Leos will meet the first and third
Thursdays at the United Methodist
Church and they are actively
'soliciting members. Those attending
grades 6 through 8 are eligible to join.
Leo Officers are: Scott Audette,
president; Debbie Dreher, vice
president; Trudy Winslow, secretary;
Kelly Cleveland, treasurer. Directors
are: Scott Blair; John Warmt; and Jo
Anne Chetwynd.
Other charter members are: Donna
Schroter, Scott Schroter, Beth Long,
Janine Robitaille, Michelle Phinney,
Jodi Fillmore, Chris Callahan, Kelly
Cleveland, Lorrie Angermiller, Linda
Blackwood, Candy McLaren, Debbie
Dutcher, Jackie Curran, Scott Fulton,
Jason Raymond, Ann Griffin, David
Blake, Russell Henry, Kathy Heggen,
Susan Flonton, Jackie Stanlslowsky
and Megan McHugh Each member
received their official Leo Club pin
and certificate.
Auditions Sundays for
South Pacific
885-4341
to reserve
your
Journal!
The Galway Players will be
presenting Rodgers and Ham
merstein's award winning "South
Pacific" as their tenth annual
production, to be held April 29 at
Perth Central School, and May 4, 5, 6,
at Galway Central High School.
Auditions will be held Sunday
February 5 at 1 pm in the Galway
High School cafetorium. There are
parts for 3 major, and 18 supporting
male roles, 2 major, and 16 supporing
female roles, plus chorus and dancers. Those interested in auditioning
tor principal parts are requested to
prepare a solo number, preferably
from the show. Please contact Miss
Barbara Cervenka, at the Galway
High School, if you plan to audition.
Rehearsals will start immediately
following auditions. Adult volunteers
for the orchestra will also be needed.
"South Pacific" will be directed by
Mrs Richard Lukasiewicz, orchestra
and chorus conducted by Miss Barbara Cervenka, and choreography by
Mrs Karen Newell.
methods.
Planned Parenthood also offers
services in pregnancy testing and
counseling, fertility counseling and
referral,
male
and female
sterilization referral, and prenatal
and adoption referral.
The center maintains a library of
material relating to family planning,
pregnancy and birth, baby and child
care sex education, marriage and
family life, population, contraceptive
methods and abortion.
Planned Parenthood is open
Monday through Friday, 10 am to 4
pm, and Thursdays until 6 pm for
clients or visitors to pick up supplies
or free literature, use the library,
make appointments or request information.
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PET classes to start Feb 7
Round Lake United Methodist
Church will sponsor a "School for
Parents" for interested residents of
the Round Lake-Jonesville-Clifton
Park area beginning February 7,
when Rev Larry A Winkler will begin
an eight-week session of the nationwide education program called Dr
Thomas Gordon's Parent Effectiveness Training.
The classes will be held on eight
consecutive Tuesdays, from 7 to 10 pm
at Round Lake United Methodist
Church on Round Lake Rd just off exit
11 of the Northway The course is open
to fathers and mothers, to single
parents, and to interested adults
working with youth of all ages.
PET. as the course is called, was
started in jCallfornia by Dr Thomas
Gordon in 1962. It has now spread into
hundreds of communities in virtually
all 50 states and at least 5 foreign
countries.
Rev Winkler became an accredited
Instructor in PET in July of 1973 when
he attended a workshop sponsored by
the Warren and Washington County
Drug Abuse Councils in Glens Falls
conducted by Mr Wayne Allen.
The PET class is restricted to 30
participants. Interested parents and
'outh leaders may obtain more inormation by calling Rev Winkler at
800-2533 or 800-2262.
The tuition charge of $35 covers the
24 hours of instruction, workbook and
text, and refreshments.
i
Walkathon will benefit
4-H building fund
The planning committee for the 1978
4-H Walkathon met recently to begin
plans for the fourth annual
Walkathon.
A date of May 6 has been set for the
event. 4-Her's and others will be
walking again to raise further funds
for the proposed training center. Such
a facility would include meeting
rooms, a large arena for saddle horse
clinics, dog obedience sessions and
shows, square dances and other activities.
About 430 walkers participated in
last year's Walkathon. Over $14,000
was raised for the 4-H Training
Center. The total profit to date is
approximately $32,000. The group is
working toward an eventual goal of
$100,000.
Earl Kehoe, a 4-H alumnus from
Mechanicville, Amy Carr ancf Dan
Lenthall, members of 4-H Teen
Council, are general co-chairpersons
of the event. Honorary chairpersons
will be announced in the near future.
Anyone who wishes may participate
in the Walkathon or sponsor a walker.
Information about sponsoring walkers
and entry forms may be obtained
from the 4-H Division of Cooperative
Extension, 87 Church Street, Saratoga
Springs, 584-6520 or 885-4302. All 4-H
families should
receive such information in early March.
Service clubs or organizations
wishing to learn more about the
Walkathon should contact the 4-H
Office in Saratoga. Arrangements
may be made for the 4-H teen ambassadors to present a program on 4H and the Walkathon.
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Sarato a
a certain
LEGAL NOTICE
PALMER, STEPHEN S.
Attorney for Plaintiff buses, at which time they required to comply with a l l i n s t r u 8m e ntomhave
i w "ting dated
STATE OF NEW YORK PALMER and MARY
Office & P.O. Address will be opened and publicly applicable Equal E m LEGAL NOTICE
SUPREME COURT
PALMER, if they be
215 Main Street readaloud.
ployment Opportunity t n e " * d a y t ° f ^
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JOHNSON'S
REPORT OF CONDITION CONSOLIDATING
SARATOGA COUNTY deceased, and also all PerCorinth, New York
Specifications and fur-Laws and Regulations." J1976, relating to both real
DOMESTIC SUBSIDIARIES OF THE BALLSTON
Jewelry Store
LEON C. WHITE, Plain- sons who, by Purchase or To the above named ther information including "This contract is subject a n d Personal V[°V?rtyt du'y,
SPA NATIONAL BANK OF BALLSTON SPA IN THE
tiff,
against GEORGE H.by Inheritance or other-defendants
in this action.
Home of
the contract and the non-to a financial assistance a P P r o v e Testament
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STATE OF NEW YORK. AT THE CLOSE OF
PALMER,
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BUSINESS ON DECEMBER 31. 1977 PUBLISHED IN
Alexander,
PALMER, ELIZABETH P. an Interest in the Premises J*?™
P° >?" ^ the successful bidder must project sponsor and theElizaDetn
w h o w a s a t t h e t , m e 0, h e r
RESPONSE TO CALL MADE BY COMPTROLLER
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NEWCOMB, BERIAH Described in the Complaint Publication pursuant to an execute are available for U.S. Department of Tran- d e a t h a
OF THE CURRENCY. UNDER TITLE 12, UNITED
rder
tne
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STATES CODE. SECTION 161. CHARTER NUMBER
of Charlton in the
PALMER and MARY the said GEORGE H R a v m o n d Amyot, a Justice of the Clerk of the Board of All bidders will be CJ,°
o u n t v of
1253 NATIONAL BANK REGION NUMBER 2
Supervisors
at
the
address
required
to
certify
that
Saratoga, istate
PALMER, if living, and all PALMER
SUSAN i" of the Supreme Court of the below.
STATEMENT OF RESOURCES AND LIABILITIES
they are not on the Com- " ' S ^ ^ 6 3 ^
S t a t e of N e w York
dated
Devisees,
Distributees,
and
PALMER
ELIZABETH
P
Thousands
Diamonds from »27.50
Heirs-at-Law o f n WUS$ NEWCOMB, B E RIA H * * 1 2 t h **2, °J J a " u a f2''
Each proposal must beptroller General's list of THEREFORE, you and
each of you are hereby
of dollars
Carat ttte - imk* Watches
GEORGE H. PALMER, p A L M E R STEPHEN S. 1978, and filed with the accompanied by a non- ineligible contractors
c ted t 0 show c aus
c o m p l a m t in t n e
ice
ASSETS
91 Milton Ave.
ARDIS ANDE
SUSAN
I. H PALMER,
PALMER "and" "MARY
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ARDISANDERSON
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Cash and due from banks
2503
Ballston Spa
u v o t APU PALMER or through their [ he aCJt erDk ?f Saratoga Coun- information sheet and ceri
Clerk,
the
Surrogate
s Court of
U.S. Treasury securities
2893
NEWCOMB, B E R I A H
Distributees or g o r k oBallston
Spa New tified check or bid bond in
Devisees
Board of Supervisors our County of Saratoga, at
n t h e 16tn d a v of
Obligations of other U.S. Gov't agencies and corps 5771
the amount of ten (10) perHeirs-at-Law, or through Y
the Municipal Center in the
Obligations of States and political subdivisions
4041
cent of the total amount of
CITATION
any of them, which J 3 ™ 3 ^. 1 9 ™Village of Ballston Spa,
Other bonds, notes, and debentures
PROOF OF WILL
Devisees Distributees
The object of the action is the bid, made payable to
New
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Federal Reserve stock and corporate stock
coart »i
the order of County of THE PEOPLE OF THE Saratoga t h County,
Heirs-at-Law, and other t o C0
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determination
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Loans. Total (excluding unearned
Saratoga,
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property pur- guarantee that in the event BY THE GRACE OF GOD, ^ T O ' ° 1
C i r c u l a r St,
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Article
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of
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Bank premises, furniture and fixtures, and
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Saratoga Springs Claim
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other assets representing bank premises
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TOTAL ASSETS
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who may be Deceased, and ALL THAT TRACT OR f o r m a n c e
SARATOGA
LIABILITIES
of
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who. if living, would have PARCEL OF LAND, secured. In default thereof, estate of Elizabeth M.Testament
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Premises Described in the thereon situate in the bond and the a mount of the Town of Charlton in ^01f ^ ' ,
Time and savings deposits of individuals,
represented
thereby
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the
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and
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Complaint herein, Derived S ^ i E ^ v S A ^ S S be forfeited to Saratoga State of New York, butProPerty. And notice is
prtnshps., and corps.
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especially to John D o e , as
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(Next to Post Office)
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PALMER,
SUSAN
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ty (20) as described on the Each proposal shall be Mary Roe and Richard
" * persons under
Deposits of States and political subdivisions
Saratoga
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SUBS
PALMER. ELIZABETH P. Palmer
Falls Map, made on theVoposal for-Roe, said names being fie-disability (infants incom885-6617
Certified and officers' checks
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584-4466
NEWCOMB, BERIAH described and bounded as ms furnished withthe con-titious and intended toP 6 *?" 18 - incapacitated
TOTAL DOMESTIC DEPOSITS
31278 DCM l l l I T
PALMER STEPHEN S. follows: COMMENCING at tract documents and shall designate any and all heirs- unknowns, whereabouts
Total demand deposits
8883
PALMER and MARY the southwest corner of be enclosed in a sealed en-at-law, next-of-kin and" nk nown or person conTotal time and savings deposits
22395
their another lot owned or for- velope with the name and distributees
PALMER,
of
of
s a i d f mo te d as a prisoner) and do
Other liabilities
;
269
Devisees,
Distributees
or
merly
owned
by
the
party
address
of
the
bidder
decedent
and
all
persons
" appear by your guarTOTAL LIABILITIES (excluding subordinated
Heirs-at-Law, which Per- of the second part (Julia clearly stated, addressed who have or claim dian or committee aguarnotes and debentures >
31547
sons if any there be, and Randall), at an iron pin andlnarked on the outside, to have an interestd"™ ad litem will be apEQUITY CAPITAL
their Names, are unknown driven in the ground on the "suburban bus bid." All «n the estate of Elizabeth Pointed for yo" c
Common stock a. No. shares authorized 24,000
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to Plaintiff, Defendants
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b. No. shares outstanding 24.000 < par value)
north
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To the above named street, thence west along proposal must be filled in'* dead to their executors,WHtRfcOi-, we have
Surplus
jammed with packing crates But you will—and I can help.
600
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the Seal of our
Defendants.
Palmer Street; thence west and no changes shall be administrators, legatees caused
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and money in
made in the wording of the adistributees,
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reserves
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complaint in this action, f e°e tf P,n
- thence north 130 any other form will be c o r Porations having or. WITNESS
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MEMORANDA
is not served with this the northeast corner of the No bidder may withdraw rest in the estate of Surrogate of our^saidCounAverage for 30 calendar days ending with
Julia Randall lot herein- a bid within 60 days after Elizabeth M. Alexander byty. at the Village of
summons, to serve a notice before mentioned, thence the date set for the opening reason
report date:
of purchase. Ballston Spa the 13th day
885-4690
587-8225
of appearance, on the
Cash and due from banks
Any bid may be withdrawn inheritance or otherwiseof January, 1978
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Plaintiff's attorney within south along the west line of prior to the a b o v e
Fed funds sold and securities purchased under
^ ' d executors, ad- /s/EVELYN WALDRON
Chief Clerk of
legatees,
agreements to resell
twenty (20) days after the of
the beginning.
Randall lot And
to theisplace
590
the scheduled time for the ministrators
service
of
this
summons.
distributees
the
Surrogate's
Court
assigns.
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Total loans
17042
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of bids o r « ' " " » ™ » »» •t—1"»<
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exclusive of the day of ser- finamea deed
Premises
described
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w H
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from
George
N.
authorized postponement
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° Strong, Golden, Robinson &
vice, where service is
domestic offices
1686
made by delivery upon you Palmer et al to Julia Ran- The contract mav b e r e s e
unknown t O Q ^ ^
Total deposits
32152
24 Hour Carry-in Service
personally within the state dall, dated September 22, awarded bv Saratoca Lne Pe t i t i o n er and cannot Attorneys for petitioner
Liabilities for borrowed money
58
ascerta,n
or within thirty (30) days 1884 and recorded in the County
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TOTAL ASSETS
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TO PERSONS
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who is domiciled at No 8 This citation is served
cheerfully
I. James E Callahan. Cashier, of the above-named
FOSTER JAMES. JR r r e e X m ™ ta the h i ^ Sunnyside Road, in the upon you as required by
will
be
taken
agaiast
you
by
bank do hereby declare that this Report of Condition
Our guaranteed work
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Attorney
for
Plaintiff
default for the relief
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w true and correal in the best of my knowledge and
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parts
demanded in the complaint.
E S l r f h U . T ^ f " / Schenectady and State of appear in person If you fail
belief
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215 Main Street g j j * ¥ * ^ « * » " * * * NtW York, and The to appear it will be
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DATED: December 9,
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will be con place of business at No. 267 requested You have a
Saratoga County as the Sealed proposals will be
of this statement of resources and liabilities We
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CARL KING
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