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Vol. 22 No.

4; October 24, 2014


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Leads Tiny Homes Trend
With the growing trend toward Tiny Homes in full swing, a local Manufactured Home dealer is
leading the way by being the first in the area to offer small Park Model Homes to customers here
in the region.
Independent Homes, a Hoosick, NY based manufactured home dealer for the past 24 years, has
recently become a dealer for Athens Park Homes. Athens Park builds Park Model Homes that
are classified as Recreational Vehicles (RVs.) To be considered an RV, they must be under 400
square feet in size and inspected by the Recreational Vehicle Industry Association (RVIA.)
Megan Wood, at Independent Homes, says they added the Park Model RV line because of the growing interest in both down sizing to small
homes and camping. The Model on display at their place on Route 7 has proven to be quite an attraction. There is a constant flow of
people stopping in to see the Park Model. Its a one bedroom model with a front porch and a loft for kids. People who stop really like it and
have a lot of questions.
Owners have different reasons for purchasing a Park Model RV. Some are snowbirds who sell their home up north and use their Park
Model on a private lot or RV Resort while in the region. Others put them on a private lot to use as a hunting, fishing or recreation cabin.
To check out this new Athens Park Home, stop by Independent Homes on Route 7 in Hoosick, NY. While there feel free to tour their
singlewides, doublewides and modular homes too!
For more information please call 518-686-1972 or visit them online at www.independenthomesny.com.
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FOR RENT IN SHUSHAN,
NY. Cozy 2 bedroom luxury
apartment on estate overlook-
ing the Battenkill. Minutes to
Arlington, Vt. $975/mo. Monthly
ret includes heat, electric, wa-
ter, snow removal, maintenance,
cable TV hookup. Washer/
Dryer, granite countertops.
Stainless kitchen appliances. A/
C. Private off street gated park-
ing. Call 518-854-9840 eve-
nings.
"FOR SALE: 1993 TITAN
379T 2 B/R MOBILE
HOME 14'x56'. Appraised
for $8000. Extras inc. all ap-
pliances, 10'x12' deck, and 3
season porch. $4,000 or best
offer. MUST be removed from
property. Excel cond. Con-
tact at 518-638-6207 or
kndegg@hvwisp.net for pix
or more info."
LAND LOVERS-
HUNTERS!
Hebron, Clark Way, 2.8 Acres,
Well, Septic, Concrete Pad,
Barn. $17,900
Bogtown Rd., 35.9 Acres on
Black Creek, Hardrwoods,
Pasture. $59,900.
Bl ossom Rd. 28. 7 Acres,
Woods, Stone Fences, Pas-
tures. $49,900
Hartford. 48 Acres, Super
Views! Hardwoods, Private
Home Site. $48,800
Fort Edward, Co. Rt. 46 and
Durkeetown Rd. 100 Acres,
Meadows, Woods, Well, Views.
$129, 000
Co. Rt. 46. Massive Barn/Out-
buildings, 79 Acres, Meadows,
Incredible Views. $169,000
www.michael-craig-
campbell-realty.com
518-642-2274
FOR RENT
MIDDLE FALLS, NY
2 Bedroom Downstairs
Apartment.
Washer/Dryer Hookup
No Dogs/Smoking.
$600/mo.
518-638-8343
OUT OF COUNTY BUYER
WANTS A FARM!
Reasonablly priced. Call Al at
Bryce R.E. at 518-441-4353.
NEED TO SELL YOUR
HOME OR PROPERTY?
List with us at a fair price. If
we don't sell your home we
will pay your $500. Al
Konieczny at Bryce Real Es-
tate Call for details.
518-441-4353.
NYC BUYER WANTS
WATERFRONT HOME
OR CAMP. Good price.
Call Al at Bryce R.E.
518-441-4353.
HEDGES LAKE LOT FOR
SALE: 10' dock space in-
cluded on water. $19,000.
518-858-2786.
COUNTRY HOME FOR
RENT: Ft Miller area. Refer-
ences and security deposit
required. No Pets. 518-695-
3564 and leave a message
WANTED: LAND TO
LIST, suitable for hunting/
farming, with or without a
house. MichaelCraig
Campbell Realty
518-642-2274
WE ARE BUYING
COUNTRY PROPERTY
Farms, Woodlands
Vacant Lands &
Water-front
Call 518-638-6484 or
518-747-7722 eves
TWO
APARTMENTS
AVAILABLE.
One on the first floor; one
on the second floor; both
two (2) bedrooms.
27 Main street
Greenwich, NY
518-791-3001
LAND OR FARM
WANTED: Top price paid.
Out of country buyers. Call
Bryce Realty 518-271-7630
CORLEW REALTY
2243 Coach Rd.,
Argyle, NY 12809
518-638-6473
Serving Washington &
Warren Counties
Sandra Corlew,
Broker/owner
ONE BEDROOM APT
FOR RENT: Country setting
in Schuylerville. Includes heat,
electric, water/sewer, lawn
maintenance and snow plow-
ing. $775/mo. 518-338-8311.
EAST GREENWICH
on Battenkill.
Charming apartments set in
romantic gardens. Garage.
2 BR $700 and $775,
1 BR $450+ utilities, security,
lease. No pets.
518-854-9285
GREENWICH FOR RENT
2 Bedroom Downstairs
Apartment. Quiet Street,
W/D, Gas Kitchen Stove,
Refrigerator. Available 10/
15/14. No Pets. No
Smoking. Lease And
References. $550/month +
security deposit. Call 518-
692-2235 or 518-558-
0503
SEEKING RURAL HOME
FOR RENT Mature couple
seeking rural property for rent
or lease purchase. Old farm-
house, fixer upper or mobile
home ok. Must be pet friendly
and horse friendly is a big plus!
Please call or text 518-253-
4756 or emai l at
mark400k@yahoo.com
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Route 4, Kingsbury, NY 747-0023
Open 7 Days Each Week 6am-8pm
Announcing: Seniors 10% Off
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10TH ANNUAL HAUNTED BARN . October 24th, and
25th. The Little Theater on the Farm. The barn is located at 27
Plum Road, Fort Edward. It will be open from 6 to 9 p.m. Ad-
mission is still only $8.00. The theme for this years Haunted
Barn is a Haunted Circus. You will be guided through a terrify-
ing story of a circus gone mad, with evil circus characters all
around. The entire barn complex is used, theater and all. Jer-
emy Hammond and James Austin lead a team of talented theat-
rical designers, graphic designers, and other professionals to bring
this haunted circus to life. For more information and directions
visit www.littletheater27.com. Groups welcome.
HERBED ROAST PORK DINNER Saturday, Oct 25th Fort
Miller Reformed Church, Fort Miller Road. 4:30 - 6:00 pm . No
reservations necessary. Family-style dinner includes: Herbed
Roast Pork with gravy, stuffing, sweet potato souffl, green beans,
coleslaw, beverage & apple brownies. Adults: $10.00 Chil-
dren: (3-12 yrs): $5.00; children under 3 yrs. free. Directions:
Fort Miller Road is located off Rt. 4 between Fort Edward and
Schuylerville. Info: 518-747-5043.
SOUPER LUNCH- Souper Lunches will be served at the Easton
Methodist Church, Route 40, North Easton on Saturday,
November 1 and Election Day, November 4 from 11:30 to 1:30
both days. The menu will include a variety of delicious homemade
soups, breads, desserts and beverages. Adults-$7.50, 12 and
under- $3.50, under 5 Free. No reservations needed. Take-
outs available. Info- Edna-664-7184
ARTIFACTS NIGHT- Back by popular demand is The War-
rensburg Historical Societys Artifact Night to be held on Thurs-
day October 23, 2014 at 7:00 pm at the Miles Thomas House
(Senior Citizens Center). Please bring an item of interest from
your household for display and to share information on its origin,
use and memories for you. Desserts will be served.
TURKEY SUPPER, FAMILY STYLe, @ Argyle Presbyterian
Church 48 Main St Argyle, NY 12809. CALL AHEAD FOR
RESERVATIONS: 638-8022!!. Sat., Oct. 25. Seatings available
at 4:30, 5:30, and 6:30 p.m. $10.00/ adults, $5.00/ children.
GREENWICH SENIORS CLUB-Veterans of all ages are in-
vited to be guests at the meeting on Wednesday, Nov. 5, at noon.
Members will bring covered dishes to share. For information, call
Florence Perry, 692-7084. All meetings are held at the VFW,
Abeel Ave., Greenwich. Visitors are welcome. Anyone
55 years old or older can become a member. Some Seniors will
attend the Washington County Seniors meeting and lunch at Hart-
ford Fire Station on Oct. 10.
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On County Route 74, Greenwich, NY
518-692-9366 Open 8-5 Mon.-Sat.
Steaks, Hamburgers, Chickens!
For all your cookout needs!
See all our packages on our website!
Moores Corners 518-642-1720
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After 30 years part time, and
retiring from my full time job, I
will now be operating full time to
serve your taxidermy needs.
John Korzeniecki II
(518) 854-7561
Black Creek Rd.
Salem, NY
Competitive Rates
Black Creek Valley
Taxidermy
Black Creek Valley
Taxidermy
CALL AND ASK FOR CHRIS JONES
78-89 DIX AVENUE GLENS FALLS NY
518-824-8161 518-792-2196
2015 CHEVY IMPALA 2LTZ Auto, 3.6L 6 Cyl, Ashen Gray Metallic ..................... $38,200
2015 CHEVY EQUINOX LS AWD, 2.4L 4 Cyl, Blue Velvet Metallic .................... $27,145
2013 CHEVY EXPRESS 2500 CARGO VAN RWD, 8 Cyl, Auto, 13,369 mi. ...... $22,000
2013 CHEVY IMPALA LT 6 Cyl, Auto, FWD, 35,726 mi. .................................... $14,000
2013 CHEVY MALIBU 2LT 4 Cyl, Auto, FWD, 29,641 mi. ................................. $14,999
2013 CHEVY SILVERADO 1500 LT Crew Cab, 4WD, Auto, 8 Cyl, 39,995 mi. ... $31,000
2013 CHEVY SONIC LTZ Hatcback, Auto, 4 Cyl, FWD, 32,200 mi. ................... $14,000
2012 CHEVY COLORADO 2LT Ext. Cab, 4WD, Auto, 5 Cyl, 28,855 mi. ........... $23,000
2014 CHEVY CAPTIVA LT 4 cyl, FWD, Auto, 22,311 mi. ................................... $19,000
2014 CHEVY CRUZE LTZ 4 Cyl Turbo, Auto, FWD, 15,804 mi .......................... $17,000
2011 CHEVY AVALANCHE LT 4WD, 8 Cyl, Auto, 37,022 mi. ............................. $32,000
2011 CHEVY TRAVERSE LT AWD, 6 Cyl, Auto, 40,598 mi. ............................... $23,000
2010 CHEVY MALIBU LTZ 4 Cyl, FWD, Auto, 53,172 mi. ................................. $14,000
2009 CHEVY AVEO LS 5 Dr, 4 Cyl, Std., FWD, 28,537 mi. ................................ $6,987
2006 CHEVY MALIBU MAXX LT 5 Dr, 6 Cyl, Auto, FWD, 54,000 mi. ................ $9,000
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$
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2013 CHEVY CAPTIVA SPORT
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$
16,200
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service available. 518-686-
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APPLIANCES
RECONDITIONED
& GUARANTEED
Refrigerators, Ranges, Wash-
ers, Dryers. Best selection,
price & guarantee. New &
Used parts. Major credit cards.
518-761-9501
59 Boulevard
Queensbury, NY
1-800-640-4313
NEED YOUR FURNACE
CLEANED? Many years of
experience running a special
right now with new fuel filter
andf nozzl e for $125. 00
(Within a 20 mile radius from
Greenwich) ask for Kevin at
518-531-4112.
CASH: For crank phono-
graphs, early 78's,
cylinder records, parts.
Call 798-5612
WANTED, ANYTHING
WITH A SMALL EN-
GINE, RUNNING OR
NOT. CASH PAID FOR
SOME 518-753.0007 /
376-3807
FOR SALE: Arti sano
Highlights brown leather sofa,
chai r, ottoman. Excel l ent
condition, used for guest
house furniture. No pets and
smoke free, Paid $6,000, asking
$2, 500. Call 518-321-
1873.
WOODEN PALLETS
FREE - FREE - FREE
You Haul Away
13 Broad Street
Hudson falls
518-747-9533
SLATE WANTED: Used slate
on or off the building. Also new
and used slate for sale. Call 802-
265-3200.
FIREWOOD FOR SALE:
full cord, local, unseasoned
Hardwood, cut and split. 518-
692-2109
In Class A, undefeated and No. 1-ranked Queensbury is the top
seed out of Class A Northwest and will host Averill Park on
Saturday. Schuylerville, also unbeaten, is the No. 1 seed in Class
B West, and hosts Albany Academy on Friday night.
Glens Falls qualified for the Class B playoffs by routing Johnstown
on Saturday, which also bumped Hudson Falls out of conten-
tion by the quarter-points tiebreaker. Glens Falls plays its first-
round playoff game Saturday at Cohoes, while Hudson Falls
will host Hudson in a crossover game on Saturday.
In Class AA, Saratoga Springs plays at La Salle on Friday night.
CLASS AA
First round Friday
Colonie at Shenendehowa, 7 p.m.
Bethlehem at CBA, 7 p.m.
Ballston Spa at Shaker, 7 p.m.
Saratoga Springs at La Salle, 7 p.m.
Oct. 31
at highest remaining seeds
Final
Nov. 7 at Bob Ford Field, UAlbany, 7 p.m.
CLASS A
First round Friday
Troy at Burnt Hills, 7 p.m.
Gloversville at Amsterdam, 7 p.m.
Scotia at Bishop Maginn, 7 p.m.
First round Saturday
Averill Park at Queensbury, 2 p.m.
Oct. 31-Nov. 1
at highest remaining seeds
Final
Nov. 8 at Shenendehowa, 7 p.m.
CLASS B
First round Friday
Johnstown at Schalmont, 7 p.m.
Ravena at Broadalbin-Perth, 7 p.m.
Albany Academy at Schuylerville, 7 p.m.
First round Saturday
Glens Falls at Cohoes, 2 p.m.
Semifinals
Oct. 31-Nov. 1
at highest remaining seeds
Final
Nov. 8 at Shenendehowa, 3 p.m.
Football Parings For Sect. II
Announced, continued from page 1
DINING FOR A CAUSE- Friends, It's back! Join us Monday,
November 10th from 5pm till 8pm at 99 Restaurants in Aviation
Mall! 15% of guest checks will be donated to HPHPC, eat in or
take out. Guests MUST present coupon at time of order (or
mention on phone orders) Print out your coupon here or call and
we'll mail you one. Information table, goodies, and basket raffle
will be in the corridor in front of the restaurant, stop by and say
'hi' before or after dinner! Questions, call us at 743-1672. Gift
certificates and donated items are being sought. http://
www.highpeakshospice.org/events/2014/11/2nd-annual-dining-
cause
ANNUAL ELECTION NIGHT ROAST BEEF DINNEr at the
Fort Ann Vol. Fire Company on 11/4 from 4-7pm. At the Firehouse
on Rt 149 in Fort Ann. Dinners are $12 and $6 for children. If you
have questions feel free to call me.
CLARK FAMILY OF QUEENSBURY AWARDED IN
THE FRESH AIR FUNDS ANNUAL PHOTO CONTEST
Queensbury residents, the Clark family, celebrated the pure joys
of summer with The Fresh Air Fund and were among the winners
of The Fresh Air Funds 2014 Photo Contest! All winners were
selected from the hundreds of pictures sent in by volunteer host
families across 13 states from Virginia to Maine and Canada,
reflecting the memorable experiences they shared with their New
York City visitors this past summer. Categories include Laketime
Fun, Summer Siblings, By the Beach, and Fresh Air
Foodies. Kasey Clarks photo was determined the winner in the
Laketime Fun category, and features Fresh Air visitor Aminat,
age 8, lounging at a local get-together in Bolton Landing on an
inflatable float with her sister, Hafsat, age 10, who visited Kaseys
parents, Keith and Kimberly Dubay. Having a large group of the
kids together at the picnic was great because you got to see the
joy in all of their eyes. There were so many first experiences
playing in the water, kayaking, and going in the hot tub and each
one of them thought he or she was the luckiest one of all, said
Kim Dubay, Kaseys mother, about her experience at the get-
together. The Fresh Air Fund, an independent, not-for-profit
agency, has provided free summer experiences to more than 1.8
million New York City children from low-income communities
since 1877. For more information on hosting a Fresh Air child
next summer, please contact Kim Smith at 518-812-4869 or visit
The Fresh Air Fund online at www.freshair.org.
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED- The Tri-County United Way VITA
Coalition in Washington, Warren and Northern Saratoga Counties
is seeking volunteers for the 2014 tax filing season. No experi-
ence is required; all volunteers will receive free instruction along
with training and certification materials necessary to prepare ba-
sic tax returns. VITA volunteers are trained to assist moderate-
low income individuals and families to electronically file their
personal tax returns. Do you like to help people? Are you look-
ing for something to do during the winter months? How about
becoming a VITA volunteer! You can make a difference for 40
families by volunteering 4 hours a week for 10 weeks. You can
volunteer during day and/or evening hours in your local commu-
nity. We have tax sites throughout the region. Training sessions
begin in November and include the use of electronic filing soft-
ware supplied by the IRS. For more information about the local
VITA program call Cornell Cooperative Extension of Warren County
at 518-623-3291 and ask for Jamie White. You can also sign up
through the Tri County United Way at 518-793-3136 or via Get
Connected at www.tcuwny.org The local VITA program is ad-
ministered by the Tri-County United Way, in conjunction with
the following community partners: Head Start, Cornell Coopera-
tive Extension, Economic Opportunity Council Inc, WIC, De-
partment of Social Services, Homefront, along with Glens Falls
National Bank & Trust Company, Trustco and TD Banks.
CLASS C
First round Friday
Coxsackie-Athens at Corinth, 7 p.m.
Chatham at Hoosick Falls, 7 p.m.
First round Saturday
Greenwich at Fonda, 2 p.m.
Mechanicville at Voorheesville, 2 p.m.
Oct. 31-Nov. 1
at highest remaining seeds
Final
Nov. 8 at Stillwater, 7 p.m.
CLASS D
Semifinals Nov. 1 at Schuylerville
Rensselaer at Cambridge, 1 p.m.
Canajoharie at Whitehall, 7 p.m.
Final
Nov. 8 at Schuylerville, 1 p.m.
CROSSOVER GAMES
Friday
Mohonasen at South Glens Falls, 7 p.m.
Whitehall vs. Holy Trinity at Catholic Central, 7 p.m.
Fort Edward at Stillwater, 7 p.m.
Warrensburg at Lake George/Hadley-Luzerne, 7 p.m.
Guilderland at Schenectady, 7 p.m.
Green Tech at Lansingburgh, 7 p.m.
Cobleskill at Ichabod Crane, 7 p.m.
Taconic Hills at Rensselaer, 7 p.m.
Tamarac at Canajoharie, 7 p.m.
Saturday
Hudson at Hudson Falls, 2 p.m.
Watervliet at Cambridge, 2 p.m.
Hoosic Valley at Granville, 2 p.m.
Schoburg at Cairo-Durham, 2 p.m.
Columbia at Albany, 2 p.m.
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BALLOT PROPOSALS ON
NOVEMBER GENERAL
ELECTION BALLOT
Proposal 1: Constitutional Amendment on Redistricting
Proposal 2: Permitting Electronic Distribution of State
Legislative Bills
Proposal 3: The Smart Schools Bond Act of 2014
Look For These On The Ballot. They will ultimately
cost or save you tax dollars, so, you need to decide
carefully.
Proposal 1: Revising States Redistricting Proce-
dure
The proposed amendment to sections 4 and 5 and ad-
dition of new section 5-b to Article 3 of the State Con-
stitution revises the redistricting procedure for state leg-
islative and congressional districts. The proposed
amendment establishes a redistricting commission ev-
ery 10 years beginning in 2020, with two members
appointed by each of the four legislative leaders and
two members selected by the eight legislative appoin-
tees; prohibits legislators and other elected officials from
serving as commissioners; establishes principles to be
used in creating districts; requires the commission to
hold public hearings on proposed redistricting plans;
subjects the commissions redistricting plan to legisla-
tive enactment; provides that the legislature may only
amend the redistricting plan according to the estab-
lished principles if the commissions plan is rejected
twice by the legislature; provides for expedited court
review of a challenged redistricting plan; and provides
for funding and bipartisan staff to work for the com-
mission. Shall the proposed amendment be approved?
Proposal 2: Permitting Electronic Distribution of
State Legislative Bills
The proposed amendment to section 14 of Article 3 of
the State Constitution would allow electronic distribu-
tion of a state legislative bill to satisfy the constitutional
requirement that a bill be printed and on the desks of
state legislators at least three days before the Legisla-
ture votes on it. It would establish the following re-
quirements for electronic distribution: first, legislators
must be able to review the electronically-sent bill at
their desks; second, legislators must be able to print
the bill if they choose; and third, the bill cannot be
changed electronically without leaving a record of the
changes. Shall the proposed amendment be approved?
Proposal 3: The SMART SCHOOLS BOND ACT
OF 2014
as set forth in section one of part B of chapter 56 of
the laws of 2014, authorizes the sale of state bonds of
up to two billion dollars ($2,000,000,000) to provide
access to classroom technology and high-speed internet
connectivity to equalize opportunities for children to
learn, to add classroom space to expand high-quality
pre-kindergarten programs, to replace classroom trail-
ers with permanent instructional space, and to install
high-tech smart security features in schools.
The purpose of this proposal is to authorize the cre-
ation of state debt and the sale of state bonds in the
amount of up to two billion dollars ($2,000,000,000)
to provide money for the single purpose of improving
learning and opportunity for public and nonpublic school
students in New York.
This proposal would allow the State to borrow up to
two billion dollars ($2,000,000,000). This money would
be expended on capital projects related to the design,
planning, site acquisition, demolition, construction, re-
construction, rehabilitation, or acquisition or installa-
tion of equipment for the following types of projects:
1. To acquire learning technology equipment or facili-
ties including, but not limited to,
a. Interactive whiteboards,
b. Computer servers, and
c. Desktop, laptop, and tablet computers;
2. To install high-speed broadband or wireless internet
connectivity for schools and communities;
3. To construct, enhance, and modernize educational
facilities to accommodate pre-kindergarten programs
and provide instructional space to replace transport-
able classroom units; and
4. To install high-tech security features in school build-
ings and on school campuses.
The State Legislature would be authorized to make the
bond proceeds available to fund the cost of approved
capital projects undertaken by or on behalf of school
districts for these purposes.
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Stay & Play 1, 2 & 3 Bedroom Housekeeping Cottages
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Equipment Sales, Inc.
NYS DMV #3580143
518-695-3545
93 State Route 4
Greenwich, NY 12834-9607
93 State Route 4
Greenwich, NY 12834-9607
Used Cars & Trucks
Bought and Sold
Used Auto & Truck
Parts
We Stand Behind Our
Cars!
Used Cars & Trucks
Bought and Sold
Used Auto & Truck
Parts
We Stand Behind Our
Cars!
Hours:
M-Th 9-6;
Fri. 9-5;
Saturday 9-3
VIEW OUR INVENTORY ONLINE AT:
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1108 Route 29 Greenwich,
On the circle where 29 & 40 meet
518-692-AUTO
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Leather Seating, Power Sunroof, PL,
PW, Tilt, Cruise, 23,721 Mi.
$13,444
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ONly 50,632 Mi.! Alloys, PW, PL,
Cruise, AM/FM/CD, Auto,
$19,888
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PW, PL, 10,837 Mi.
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518-854-3000
NYS Inspections Lube Oil Filter
Brakes Shocks Alignments Tune-Ups
Air Conditioning Autobody Glass
Computer Diagnostics
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Air Conditioning Autobody Glass
Computer Diagnostics
New extended hours on Saturdays.
Open 8-4.
Please call for additional details.
RICH BADGLEY
EXCAVATION
All forms of Excavating.
Ponds Dug or Cleaned:
Land Clearing.
Foundations Dug.
Driveways Repaired.
Brush Hogging.
518-692-8888
ADOPTION = LOVE +
LAUGHER +
HAPPINESS!
Loving, married couple
hoping to adopt a baby.
Private adoption.
Call Kerri & Mike
1-888-247-5775
FOR SALE: 886 INTER-
NATIONAL TRACTOR
FOR SALE. 2WD, 3 point
hitch, Diesel. $7500.00. (518)
932- 8038 for more details.
SPECIALTY LUMBER
Table tops, mantle pieces, rus-
tic furniture stock. Select grade
hardwood lumber, including
butternut, cherry, oak, ash,
birch, etc. Call 518-494-
2747.
COUNTRY ROUND AND SQUARE DANCING at the
American Legion on clancy Street in Schuylerville Oct 26. Dance
1-5. Ole Time country. Info: 518-638-8905 or 824-3719.
FAMILY STYLE CHICKEN & BISCUIT SUPPER at the
Middle Granville Presbyterian Church Route 22A October 23
(Thuirsday) 5-7pm. Homemade desserts. Tickets at door. Take-
outs available. $8 adult; $4 children 5-12. Ages 4 and under-
FREE. Gift certificates available.
CHICKEN & BISCUIT DINNERThe Bottskill Baptist Church
at 30 Church Street in Greenwich, NY will have a Chicken & Bis-
cuit dinner on Saturday, October 25th. Take-outs from 4:30 to
5:00 p.m. Seatings at 5:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. Adults - $10.00 and
Children under 12 - $5.00...For tickets or reservations, call Jim at
692-2731 or Ruth at 692-7191. Homemade meal includes chicken
& biscuits, mashed potatoes, a vegetable, gravy, coleslaw, cran-
berry sauce, rolls, and homemade pies.
THE HIGHLIGHT ACTING TROUPE will be presenting Dial M For Murder: a mystery play by
Frederick Knott on Friday and Saturday, 24, 25, at 8 pm and Sunday, October 19 and 26 at 2 pm. The
performances will be held at the Brunswick Grange, Rt. 7 and 142, (Behind Stewarts). The ticket
prices are $15 for adults and $12 for students. Nicole Osterhout is directing the play with Sue
Dawes assisting. Ex-tennis pro Tony Wendice decides to murder his wife for her money and because
she had an affair the year before. He blackmails an old college associate to strangle her, but when
things go wrong he sees a way to turn events to his advantage. Since seating is limited reservations are
recommended. For reservations call Ethel at 237-6936.
Napaul Publishers, Inc. October 24, 2014
23 East Broadway,
Salem, NY
518-854-3857
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Fine Art & Antiques
McCartees.Barn
For your holiday gift giving
stop at these
great shops for that special &
unique present!
CAROLS COLLECTIBLES
& Antiques
Debit
Cards
518.499.0728 Carol &Terry
84 Broadway, Route 22
Whitehall, NY
Open Daily Year-Round Multi-Dealer Shop
Books Glassware
Frames Artwork
Tools Toys
carolscollectibles.biz
Housewares Furniture Jewelry
Plates & Dishes and so much more!
03 PONTIAC GRAND PRIX V6, auto,
loaded .................................................. $2995
05 CHEVY EQUINOX V6, auto, loaded,
AWD..................................................... $5995
03 SAAB 9-5 V6, turbo, auto, fully loaded,
leather roof .................. was $2900 now $1800
03 SATURN WAGON V6, auto, real clean family
machine ................................................ $4995
96 CHEVY TAHOE SPORT 2 dr, must see $4995
05 PONTIAC G6 V6, auto, loaded, clean... $5995
02 JEEP WRANGLER 4 cyl, 5 spd, red ... $3995
05 DODGE RAM 1500 Crew Cab, V8, auto
loaded ............................................... $11,900
02 FORD RANGER xtra cab, 4x4, V6, auto$5995
03 GMC 1500 xtra cab, V8, auto, loaded ... $4995
03 CHEVY SILVERADO 2500 HD xtra cab, V8,
auto, loaded and nice ........................ $11,900
05 FORD F-150 Crew Cab, 4x4, V8, auto, power
roof, leather, sweet ride ....................... $8,900
06 GMC DURAMAX LBZ SLT xtra cab... $14,900
04 GMC DURAMAX SLE xtra cab ............ $9,900
$12,995
09 HONDA CR-V LX
4WD
Auto, 4WD, AC, Alarm,
CD, Cruise,
75,538 Mi.
COUNTRY HOME FOR
RENT
Fort Miller Area.
No pets
Call 518-695-3564 and
leave message.
FOR RENT, GRANVILLE.
3 bedroom Country
Colonial, 2 baths. $1,000
monthly, plus security,
references. Michael Craig
Campbell Realty
518-642-2274
HOUSE RENT
GREENWICH:
Clean. 2 bedroom, private
country setting. W/D hookup.
$800/mo + security.
518-692-8258.
RENTAL: One bedroom, W/
D, porch,/ to yard. Very clean.
$575/month. Security and
references required. Very
clean 518-695-3274.
SCHUYLERVILLE
ONE BEDROOM
APARTMENT FOR
RENT includes heat, lights,
water and sewer. $700/mo
518-338-8311
FOR SALE
Utility Trailer, 8 Tires,
$450 o.b.o.
Canvas Garage, 4 Years
old, $150 o.b.o.
518-587-2649
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Yours Mine & Ours
Resale Boutique
136-140 South St. Pittsfield, MA
Call For Hours 413-443-5260
Yours Mine & Ours
2 Floors & 3 Stores
With Upscale
Furniture
& Collectibles
Wells United Methodist Church
on the Village Green
Route 30, Wells, VT
This Rutland County Giant Sale kicks off from 1 - 7 pm on
Friday and continues from 9 am - 12 pm on Saturday with
a $3 bag sale. The sale will have Fall & Winter clothes,
shoes, and accessories for men, women, and children.
Also, Flea Market Items, Knick-Knacks, Books & House-
hold Items.
Something for everyone and prices the will please your
pocketbook.
Saturday, October 25, we will have our bag sale. You
can drop off clean fall/winter clothing and household
items at the Church from Monday, October 20 through
Wednesday, October 22 between 9 am & Noon. For
more information call 802-645-0804.
HDTV Antennas Installed
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Exp. 11/15/14
$9,995
07 HONDA CIVIC EX
COUPE AT
Auto, AC, Alarm, Alloys, CD,
Cruise,
99,442 Mi.
HELP WANTED Part Time -
Breeding Farm hand. Must have
experience with all aspects of
horse care including, feeding, turn-
ing out, holding for blacksmith/Vet,
mucking stalls.There is no riding in-
volved with this position. Hourly
wage rate to be determined by level
of experience. Our farm Blue Stone
Farm is located in Cambridge NY.
Interested candidates can contact
me by phone only (no texts). Tho-
mas J. Gallo (518) 587-5550 of-
fice,(518) 526-3946 cell
Beautiful
Percheron Team
for sale. 15 years
old. Sold as pair
only.
Gansevoort, NY.
(518)-793-3459
ELECTION NIGHT PORK DINNER- The Argyle United
Methodist Church, 12 Sheridan Street, will be holding their annual
Roast Pork Dinner on election night, November 4. We will be
serving from 5:00 6:30 PM. No reservations needed! Take
outs are available. The menu will include roast pork loin, mashed
potatoes and gravy, dressing, squash, cole slaw, apple sauce, home-
made pie and beverage. The cost is $10.00 for adults, $5.00 for
children 5-12 and 4 and under free.
FREE COMMUNITY LUNCH- The Argyle United Method-
ist Church, 12 Sheridan St., is serving a free community lunch on
Saturday, October 25, from 12:00 - 2:00 pm. All are welcome to
join us.
7TH ANNUAL BASKET RAFFLE. The Auxilliary Unit of
American Legion Post #634 Route 22 North in Cambridge, NY
will hold its 7th annual Basket Raffle on Sunday, October 26th.
Doors open 1PM and drawing begins at 2:30PM. Concession stand
will be open. Tickets are available prior to raffle and at the door. To
donate or purchase advance tickets please contact June Hommel
518-677-3576 or contact the American Legion Lounge. Everyone
is welcome so come enjoy an afternoon of friends, family and fun.
LATE NIGHT SHOPPING EVERY 4TH FRIDAY IN SA-
LEM-On the 4th Friday of every month, many Salem Merchants
are keeping their doors open until 8 p.m., allowing customers the
opportunity to Shop Local after work. To keep things interesting
for both Merchants and Customers, a new theme chosen for each
month. Store owners say Late Night Shopping allows customers
another opportunity Shop Local and discover everything their home
town has to offer! Visit www.salemnychamber.com/member/events
for more information!
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45 South Park, Cambridge, NY All Vehicles NYS Certified, Inspected and Warrantied
*Special Financing with Good
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10 SUBARU FORESTER X
12 CHEVY MALIBU LT1
4Cyl,FullyLoaded,
Remote Start,
New Tires, 65K,
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71K,
Auto,
Exellent Condition,
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$
11,995
10 VOLKSWAGEN JETTA TDI DIESEL
WAGON
Black, Heated Leather,
Panoramic Moonroof, 40
MPG, New Tires, All Options,
Showroom New, 92K
06 CHEVY HHR LT
Black, Heated Leather,
Moonroof, Full Power, 4 Cyl,
Auto, 103K, Sharp Car, Great
MPGs
$
13,995
$
5,995
07 VOLVO S80
3.2 6 Cyl, Heated
Leather, Moonroof,
Like New,
Slate Blue
08 SUBARU OUTBACK WAGON
08 VOLVO XC70 WAGON
AWD, All Options, 111K, Showroom Condition, Silver
$
12,995
06 CADILLAC ESCALADE AWD
All Options, Super Clean, 128K, Black,
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$
10,995
AWD, sunroof, full power, new tires, 84K
09 DODGE JOURNEY SXT
7 Pass., Fully Loaded, Entertainment, 5.3 V8, Tow Pkg.,
4x4, 77K, Showroom Cond. Must see!
05 CHEVY TAHOE LS
$
11,900
$
11,750
06 JEEP COMMANDER 65TH
ANNIVERSARY
3rd Row Seating, Moonroof, V6, Fully Loaded, 4x4,
Power Seat, 112K Mi.
$
8,995
08 JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE LAREDO
Slate Blue, 4x4, Power Seat, Alloys, Sirius XM Stereo,
Factory Remote Start, 78K
$
11,995
LL Bean Edition, Brown, 71K, Heated Steats,
Auto, Like New,
$
13,950
03 JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE
4x4, V8, Loaded, Local Trade,
Excellent Condition, Gray, 105K
$
5,950
Limited, 4x4, V6, Fully
Loaded,PS, Tonneau
Cover, 99K!
07 FORD EXPLORER SPORT TRAC
09 FORD F-150 STX SHORT BOX
Reg. Cab, 4x4, PW,
PL, PM, Tow Pkg.,
V8, 110K New
Goodyears
04 DODGE RAM 1500 QUAD CAB
4x4, Hemi, Toneau
cover, chrome steps,
bedliner, &showroom
cond. 98K.
07 FORD F-150 XLT
Ext. Cab, 4x4, 5.4
V8, Tow Pkg., Fully
Loaded,Tonneau
Cover, 120K,
05 FORD F-150 XLT SUPERCREW
4x4, Tow Pkg., Fully
Loaded, New Tires,
All Options, Sharp
Truck, 112K
10 FORD F-150 STX
Ext. Cab, 4x4, Power
Windows, Locks &
Mirrors,
4.6 V8, New Tires,
88K, Tow Pkg.
$
16,995
Crew Cab, 4x4, 4.0 V6,
FullyLoaded,Running
Boards,ToneauCover,
Tow Pkg., 99K,
07 NISSAN FRONTIER SE
$
12,995
$
10,995
$
13,995
$
11,995
$
12,995
07 DODGE RAM 2500 SLT
QuadCab,Maroon,
Heavy Duty Hemi,
PS,FullyLoaded,
Tow Pkg., 4x4, 90K
05 DODGE DAKOTA SLT
Quad Cab, V8, 4x4
TowPkg.,Fully
Loaded,Tonneau
Cover, 83K
10 NISSAN FRONTIER SE
Crew Cab, 4x4, Long
Box,Loaded,
50K, Gray,
ExcellentCondition
$
16,995
$
19,985
$
13,995
$
11,500
$
14,500
$
8,995
5TH ANNUAL VENDOR-BLENDER MIXER at the United Protestant Church of fort Ann, 5
Fort Ann Street in Ft Ann (across from Cumbys) Saturday, October 25 9am-2pm. Crafts, vendors,
luncheon, and BAKE SALE Info: 518-639-5252.
ADIRONDACK BLUEGRASS LEAGUE SHOW featuring Zink & Co and Out of The Blue-
grass. Sunday October 26 starting at 2pm at the Mason Jar 13 Park Avenue Ext in Hadley. Info:
518-221-6231.
MURDER, MAYBEM, AND THE MACABRE- The Hudson River Shakespeare Company
will present Murder, Mayhem, and the Macabre: A Halloween Reading of spooktacular prose
and poetry on Saturday, October 25
th
, at the Hudson Falls Free Library, 220 Main Street, Hudson
Falls. Members of the theatre company will read poems and stories by Edgar Allen Poe, Goethe,
and, of course, Shakespeare. The door opens at 7:00 pm and the reading begins at 7:30 pm. Admission
is free and refreshments will be available. Come and join us for an evening of creeps, chills, and
a few laughs,IF YOU DARE! For more information call 747-4418.
THE NOVEMBER MEETING OF THE ADIRONADACK CHAPTER 60 OF THE
KOREAN WAR VETERANS ASSOCIATION, will be held on November 5th at the VFW
on Cooper St., at 1:30p.m. All members are invited to attend
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Schaghticoke, NY 12154 518-753-6911
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Hrs: M-F 7:30-5:3;0 Sat 7:30-2:30; Closed Sunday
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must have a bank letter of guarantee. 10% buyers premium on items selling for
$ 1000.00 or less.
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15 miles, go over Battenkill River, take your first left-hand turn on Co. Rt. 53
directly across from Middle Falls Firehouse.
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1997 Ford LN8000 26 Rollback; Kubota ZD331 Zero Turn 72"
Mower, 300 hrs; JD X300 Lawn Mower; Craftsman Lawn
Mower; Stone 3100 Wolf Pac Vibratory Roller, 406 hrs.;
Komatsu PC40 Excavator; 2001 Interstate 10 Ton Equipment
Tlr.; NH TC35A Tractor/Loader 4wd; IH 3588 Tractor, 4wd; MF
255 Tractor 2wd, Diesel; Case 4890 Crab Steer Tractor; Ford
6610 Tractor with side mounted flail mowers not running; JD HPX Gator 4wd Utility Vehicle;
Polaris ATP 500 4wd Four Wheeler; Yale Propane Forklift;
Wallenstein WP260-PP Firewood Processor Brand New;
Lincoln Ranger 250 Gas Powered Welder Like New; Frontier
MS1108 PTO Manure Spreader; Massey Harris Ground Drive
Manure Spreader; White 273 18 Disc Harrow; JD Loader
Attachment; JD 1275 Wagon Gear; NH 316 Sq. Baler W/Pan
Thrower; NH 276 Sq. Baler; H & S RR420 Rotary Rake; NH
848 Round Baler; NH 851 Round Baler; Gehl 2480 Round Baler;
Homemade Hyd. Double Rake Hitch; JD MX10 10 Rotary Cutter; Whitchley Self Unloading
Wagon; Danuser Post Hole Digger; Landpride AT3590 90" Grooming Mower; York YB32
3 Pt Hitch Rotary Broom; Hydraulic 3 Pt Hitch Tree Spade; Befco 209 Spin Spreader;
Homemade Gas Powered Wood splitter; Herd 3 Pt Hitch Spin Spreader; Pallet Fork
Extensions; Clamp On Pallet Forks; Vermeer Walk Behind Trencher; Dayton 15KW PTO
Driven Generator; Chicago Elec. 7.5KW PTO Driven Generator; Winco 6KW PTO Driven
Generator; Suzuki 6KW Gas Powered Generator; Winco 5000 Watt Gas Powered
Generator; 2 21L-28 R4 Tires; 30 Sheets 4 x 8 x 2.5" Foam Insulation; Palco Cattle
Squeeze Chute, Manual Headgate, Palp Cage & Tub; River Rode Cattle Chute Manual
Headgate & Palp Cage; 60 x 140 Portable Riding Arena
Campers
2006 Holiday Rambler 26 Brand New never Used;
2000 Fleetwood Toy/Hauler Camper
Machine Shop & Garage Equip.
Bridgeport Vertical Milling Machine; Kent KGS-250AR Horizontal Mill;
Doall 16-2 Contour Band Saw; Doall Optical Comparator; Rockwell Belt
Disc Sander; Clausing 5914 Lathe; Coats RC-15A Tire Changer; Coats
30-40A Tire Changer; Delta Drill Press; Sun Tire Balancer; Ammco 3860
Brake Lathe; Sandblast Cabinet; Transmission Jack; Hydraulic Shop
Press; Snap On Wheel Alignment Stands; Air Compressor; Parts
Washer; Craftsman Toolboxes; Lincoln Electric Welder; MI-T-M 3000PSI
Gas Powered Pressure Washer; Landa 2000PSI Hot Water Pressure
Washer; Dayton 350k Space Heater
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TURKEY DINNER- A turkey dinner will be served at the Salem United Methodist Church on
Thurs. Oct. 23 at 5 pm. Tickets,$10 for adult,$5 for children,will be sold at the door. The church is
handicapped accessible and all are welcome. For more info,please call 854-7588.
Tree Removal
Tree Trimming
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ANNUAL BAZZAR- ANNUAL BAZAAR sponsored by the
Rosary Altar Society of St. Marys / St. Pauls (Hudson Falls on
the Park) on Saturday, November 8, 10am to 2pm. Featured will
be Crafts, Kids Corner, Plant & Books, Jewelry, Baked Goods &
RAFFLE! Lunch Available: Soups & Chili, Sandwiches & Hot
Dogs, Desserts.
PRIME RIB DINNER:Ashlar Masonic Lodge, Rt. 40 North,
Greenwich, NY announces its second annual prime rib dinner on
Saturday, November 1 from 5:30 to 7:30 P.M. Menu includes salad,
prime rib, potato, vegetable, rolls and dessert. Price is $20.00 and
well have 100 tickets available for pre-sale. A limited amount of
tickets at the door. Contact Roberto (518-692-9882), Harry Booth
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Pushing for Drones. Eight technology companies have announced
they have formed the Small UAV (drones) Coalition in an effort
to push for a regulatory environment that will support safe, reli-
able and timely operation of small UAVs for commercial and
civil use in the U.S. and abroad.
Founding members include (in alphabetical order) include 3DR,
Aerialtronics, Airwave, Amazon Prime Air, DJI Innovations,
Google[x]s Project Wing, GoPro and Parrot.
Small unmanned aerial vehicles will yield tremendous benefits
to consumers in so many exciting and practical ways [includ-
ing] aerial photography, surveying and mapping, advances in pre-
cision agriculture, disaster management, journalism and to moni-
tor flare stacks and gas pipelines, says Michael Drobac, execu-
tive director of the coalition and senior advisor at Akin Group.
Drobac says safe commercial, philanthropic and civil use of small
UAVs will keep the U.S. technologically competitive in key mar-
kets, including agriculture. The coalition looks forward to work-
ing with the FAA, FCC, and Congress, he adds.
Small UAVs are categorized as weighing less than 55 lbs and
typically fly at altitudes of less than 400 feet. For more informa-
tion on the Small UAV Coalition, visit www.smalluavcoalition.org.
For more information about UAVs in the agriculture industry, visit
www.FarmWithDrones.com or the AgWeb technology discus-
sion boards
ON THE FARM
by Andy Manne
This weeks ag report is
sponsored by:
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WATERFOWL DECOYS
Nineteen Mallard and Black
duck and three goose decoys.
With cords and anchors. $80.
518 638-8048.
FIREWOOD $400 for
Approximately 2 cords,
mixed, well aged hardwood.
Split for fireplace. David
deVries 45 Allen Rd.,
Argyle NY 12809.
518 638-8048.
devriesfarm@gmail.com
FOR SALE: GUINEA
HENS. Great tick control.
$10 each. ALSO: RABBITS
Lion Head-Lops. Really cute.
$5 each. 518-642-3776.
HIGHER CASH PAID
FOR COINS, jewelry, gold,
silver, watches, diamonds,
stamps, sports cards, sterling,
anything old. Call Dennis @
518-583-3479 or
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EXPERIENCED DAIRY
FARM worker; responsibilities
will include milking, feeding,
cleaning, etc. Shift begins at 12
a.m. Skellkill Farms
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DISTRESSED COUNTRY
CUPBOARD/ PANTRY
FOR SALE! Burgundy. Re-
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FOR SALE: Horse: TB/
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WE SPECIALIZE IN ESTATE CLEAN OUTS. Antiques
purchased or consigned. WANTED: antiques, collectibles,
fine used furniture, china , glass, books and garage sale items.
Call 518-747-0197
Pushing for Drones. Eight technology companies have
announced they have formed the Small UAV (drones)
Coalition in an effort to push for a regulatory environ-
ment that will support safe, reliable and timely opera-
tion of small UAVs for commercial and civil use in the
U.S. and abroad.
Founding members include (in alphabetical order) in-
clude 3DR, Aerialtronics, Airwave, Amazon Prime Air,
DJI Innovations, Google[x]s Project Wing, GoPro and
Parrot.
Small unmanned aerial vehicles will yield tremendous
benefits to consumers in so many exciting and practi-
cal ways [including] aerial photography, surveying
and mapping, advances in precision agriculture, di-
saster management, journalism and to monitor flare
stacks and gas pipelines, says Michael Drobac, execu-
tive director of the coalition and senior advisor at Akin
Group.
Drobac says safe commercial, philanthropic and civil
use of small UAVs will keep the U.S. technologically
competitive in key markets, including agriculture. The
coalition looks forward to working with the FAA, FCC,
and Congress, he adds.
Small UAVs are categorized as weighing less than 55
lbs and typically fly at altitudes of less than 400 feet.
For more information on the Small UAV Coalition, visit
www.smalluavcoalition.org.
For more information about UAVs in the agriculture
industry, visit www.FarmWithDrones.com or the AgWeb
technology discussion boards
ON THE FARM
by Andy Manne
This weeks ag report is
sponsored by:
Napaul Publishers, Inc. October 24, 2014
Whitehall
Join Friends of the IBA/ FIBA for an introduction to our endangered Short-eared Owls and other at
risk birds of the Washington County Grasslands Important Bird Area. Learn about FIBAs work to
protect the birds and their habitat, the progress weve made since founding Winter Raptor Fest,
current work and goals for the future. Meet some of the raptors that will join us for next years
Winter Raptor Fest, and learn how you can help! We look forward to seeing FIBA Members; Public
welcome.
DATE: November 2, 2014
TIME: 2 pm - 4 pm
LOCATION: 58 Skenesborough Drive, Whitehall, NY
Directions: From the village of Whitehall: Turn right at the light and head east on Route 4 toward
VT; take first left onto Skenesborough Drive (at light before bridge). Go past the park; Center is
first building on right. photo is courtesy Dr. Gordon Ellmers
Napaul Publishers, Inc. October 24, 2014
ALBANY SARATOGA
REGION LARGEST
HAUNTED HALLOWEEN
ATTRACTION AND
SIDESHOW-
Liberty Ridge Farm hosts The Harvest Haunted At-
traction including the Pyschic Sideshow Friday Octo-
ber 17th and Saturday October 18th begining at 7pm
additional haunt dates October 24th & 25th as well as
November 1st. Each scare seeker will experience Side-
show Stunts, Carnival Cons, Magic of the Midway,
Miracles of the Human Mind and 5 Haunted Experi-
ences in the Capital Region's biggest Haunted Attrac-
tion for more information goto
www.libertyridgefarmny.com/harvesthaunt. BEWARE
of what happens as the Trolley drops you off in the
dead of night to take passage through 5 frightful experi-
ences. It used to be a friendly farm, but in Schaghticoke
in this part of the county, there were two families that
touched this farmland. One family died here... and the
other? Well, they're already dancing on the edge of a
grizzly fate. 5 Haunted attractions begin with the the
forest behind the farmers house; some say it's haunted
and folks around here call it the Forest of Fear. If you
make it out the woods, you better pay your respects in
the Farmers House. The back door's your only way in
and you can only hope you make it out in one piece.
The Buchanon Manor welcomes all, but be warned,
STAY AWAY from the nanny, they say she is truly
terrifying. Just beyond the Manor, you'll find Fort
Hunted on the edge of a cornfield, getting out ain't easy,
if they let you out at all. That corn field is full of strange
creepy beings, after dark you just shouldn't be in there.
People call it the Field of Screams, you will know why!
The Harvest Haunted Attraction tickets are just $21.00
at the gate and if your looking for non-haunt activities,
Brad's Barnyard is open with cracklin campfires and
hands on fun for $13.50. To find out more go to the
Calendar of Events ont he website. Liberty Ridge Farm
is the Northeast's premier agri-tourism destination and
home of the Largest Haunted attraction in the Capital
Region. Now in their 15th Season offering entertain-
ment for all ages. The farm has expanded to offer a
variety of events, and vintage fall family fun with a
down to earth rustic charm. The farm's fall festival
offers over 20 hands on activities, 2 cornfield mazes,
pumpkin picking, daily shows, apple cider donuts and
an amazing jumping pillow. The Harvest Haunted at-
traction opens on October 3rd and is open every week-
end night in in October and November 1st. The farm is
also used as a venue for fund-raising, corporate events,
social gatherings, company picnics, school educational
field trips, wedding receptions and more. Beginning on
September 20th the Fall Festival opens and continues
until November 11th, 2014. Liberty Ridge Farm, 29
Bevis Road, Schaghticoke, NY. visit http://
www.LibertyRidgeFarmNY.com or call 518-664-1515.
www.facebook.com/libertyridgefarm, www.twitter.com/
libertyridge
COURTHOUSE COMMUNITY
GARDEN ENDS A SUCCESSFUL
SEASON.
The Salem Courthouse Community Center is very proud
of the successful growing season enjoyed by one of its
most important initiatives the Courthouse Community
Garden. Planted on a large parcel of land adjacent to the
CCC campus that is on loan from Woody Hill Farms, the
garden has celebrated six productive seasons. The mission
of the garden is to provide educational opportunities to
members of the community of all ages while providing
healthy produce to support events and programs including
Lunch, Learn & Play, the Al Fresco Dinner, the Battenkill
Kitchen classes and the Salem Food Pantry. This year
alone, over 1,200 pounds of produce were donated to the
Salem Food Pantry. The Courthouse Community Garden
is overseen by a committee of dedicated and hard-working
volunteers including: Nancy Hand-Higby, Dottie
Schneider, Janet Britt, Julie Moline, Herb Perkins,
Stephanie Frederick and Amy Maxwell. On most days this
summer, Dottie Schneider (former Courthouse Board
President) and her faithful canine companion Jasper, could
be found in the garden doing battle with a formidable foe
weeds! The garden season commences the first Friday
each June when Salem Elementary School students assist
with the planting. The season comes to an end with the
final gleaning of late crops which took place recently.
INTERNATIONALLY
ACCLAIMED MOSCOW
STATE SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA AT
PROCTORS
For over 70 years, the Moscow State Symphony Or-
chestra has been acclaimed as one of the worlds finest
musical ensembles. From its home base at the Great
Hall of the Moscow Conservatory to the music centers
of Vienna, Munich, Rome, Helsinki, Hong Kong and
beyond, the MSSO has brought the grand Russian style
to enthusiastic audiences all over the globe. And now it
comes to Proctors, 8 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 13, with a
program highlighting the prowess of guest performer
Joshua Roman, whom the San Francisco Chronicle de-
scribes as, a cellist of extraordinary technical and mu-
sical gifts. Romana 2011 TED Fellow and Artistic
Director of Seattle Town Halls TownMusic program
is an Oklahoma City native who began playing cello at
age three and gave his first public recital at age 10. An
active chamber music performer and in-demand solo-
ist, Roman performed Brittens third Cello Suite during
New Yorks Mostly Mozart Festival and was the only
guest artist invited to play an unaccompanied solo dur-
ing the YouTube Symphony Orchestras 2009 debut
concert at Carnegie Hall. Roman will join the Moscow
State Symphony Orchestra at Proctors under the baton
of Pavel Kogan, who joined the troupe in 1989 as mu-
sic director and chief conductor. Maestro Kogan, who
from 1998 to 2005 served as principal guest conductor
of the Utah Symphony Orchestra, has appeared with
dozens of prominent orchestras around the globe. Kogan
was awarded the State Prize of the Russian Federation
for his performance of the complete symphonies and
vocal cycles of Gustav Mahler. He is a member of the
Russian Academy of Arts and recipient of the Order
of Merit of Russia and of the title People's Artist of
Russia among other Russian and overseas awards. At
Proctors he will lead the MSSO in Gounods Ballet
music from Faust; Saint Saens Cello Concerto No. 1
in A minor, Op.33; and Brahms Symphony No.4 in E
minor, Op.98. Moscow State Symphony Orchestra at
Proctors is sponsored by LinguaLinx, Inc.
FORT SALEM THEATER
FALL AT THE FORT
CABARET SERIES
on successive November Saturdays, November 1-22.
This years line-up includes a show direct from Theatre
Row in Manhattan, the return of The Singing Anchors,
and solo turns by local great Keri Alonzo and Broadway
gypsy Joyce Nolen. Fort Salem prides itself on
continuing to bring the best of local performers and
singers from television and Broadway.
November 1 Aja Nisenson in My Life Is a Woody
Allen Movie, a riotous, musical first-person exploration
of self- improvement by a young woman whos been
with more therapists than men. Direct from the fifth
annual United Solo Theatre Festival in Manhattan. An
internationally recognized actor/comedian/singer/
playwright originating from New Jersey, Aja earned a
B.A. in Theater Arts with a Capstone in Playwriting at
Brown University.
November 8 The Singing Anchors: Together Again.
Performing together again after a nine-month hiatus
surrounding the birth of Jessica Laytons first child,
the new mom musically rejoins Jerry Gretzinger and
Benita Zahn in an evening of duets, group numbers,
and dramatic solos sure to entertain and to move. Layton
and Zahn are news anchors on WNYT, Albanys
NewsChannel 13, and Gretzinger, a former CBS6
anchor, now is VP of Communications at Albanys
College of Nanoscience and Engineering. The Singing
Anchors have been entertaining all around the Capital
Region since being formed at Fort Salem in 2009.
November 15 Something Wonderful. Keri Alonzo
celebrates her joy of love, family and music in her first
appearance on any stage after five years devoted to
becoming a wife and stepmother and giving birth to
her own child. After pursuing a career in opera, with
bachelors and masters degrees in music, Keri returned
to her native Saratoga County, sang with the Albany
Pro Musica, and starred in Park Playhouses 2005
production of South Pacific. She has lent her voice to
countless area cabarets, but comes to us with her solo
debut.
November 22 Broadway entertainer Joyce Nolan in
ReJoyce, a tuneful revue of a life in show business,
through the eyes of a singer/dancer whose dream was
to become a Rockette, and who achieved the dream
after a few short weeks in New York. A pixie with a
sultry voice, Joyce, who performed in Echoing Back:
The Songs of Johnny Mercer on the Forts Mainstage
this past summer, tells stories of working with show
business greats, such as Sammy Davis, Liberace, and
Marvin Hamlisch. All shows are at 8 PM; coffee and
dessert are included in the $25 ticket; reservations
seriously recommended. 518-854-9200.
www.fortsalemtheater.com.
USDA OFFERS NO DOWN PAYMENT
OPTIONS FOR RURAL NEW YORK
HOME BUYERS
A USDA official announced today that funds are available to help
rural residents of New York buy or repair single family homes. Ex-
panding and preserving homeownership is a major part of the foun-
dation for a stronger, more prosperous rural New York, said Scott
Collins, USDA Rural Development New York Acting State Direc-
tor. There is tremendous potential for New York and these funds
will contribute towards building safe communities that people can
call home. Funding is available through two Rural Development
housing programs; the Home Repair program and the Guaranteed
and Direct Loan program. The Guaranteed Loan program assists
lenders extend mortgages with affordable terms to low and moder-
ate income homebuyers. Rural Development guarantees the loan,
thereby reducing the lenders risk and enabling them to provide
financing at more favorable rates and terms to families wishing to
purchase a home. Guaranteed loans can be made on either a new
or existing home for up to one-hundred percent of the appraised
value. Under the Direct loan program, applicants apply directly to
USDA for loan assistance. No down payment is required and ap-
plicants may be eligible for payment assistance, which subsidizes
the interest portion of the mortgage, lowering the overall monthly
payment. The Home Repair program offers very-low income
homeowners loans and grants to make general home repairs or
modifications, which may improve or modernize a home. The inter-
est rate on these loans is one percent and the maximum term is 20
years. Applicants may obtain multiple loans, with a maximum out-
standing loan amount at a given time of $20,000. Grants are
available to very-low income homeowners age 62 or older who
cannot afford a loan. Grants are limited to a lifetime assistance of
$7,500 and must be used to remove health and safety hazards or
make a home more handicap accessible. These programs have been
very successful by providing decent, safe, and sanitary housing in
rural New York. For more information on these programs and how
to apply, please contact our Greenwich office at (518) 692-9940
Ext. 4 or visit click here to find out more about USDAs housing
programs. President Obama's plan for rural America has brought
about historic investment and resulted in stronger rural communi-
ties. Under the President's leadership, these investments in housing,
community facilities, businesses and infrastructure have empowered
rural America to continue leading the way strengthening America's
economy, small towns and rural communities. USDA's investments
in rural communities support the rural way of life that stands as the
backbone of our American values.
NEED A GOOD SCARE? ONE
MORE WEEKEND FOR FEAR THIS-
Fear This, the annual Halloween haunting held at the
Salem Courthouse Community Center will offer one
more weekend opportunity to experience the popular
freight-fest. The first 2 weekends were well-attended,
and guests wishing to experience the haunting may come
to the CCC on Friday, October 24 and Saturday,
October 25 from 7:00 to 9:30 pm. RikSassa of West
Pawlet, VT is the producer of the event and has worked
very hard at creating the perfect balance of Halloween
mayhem and family entertainment. Fear Thiswould
not be possible without the assistance of many
volunteers including area high school students who pre-
register to participate. It takes Rik 3 - 4 weeks to
transform the entire Courthouse, including the jail, into
the perfect Halloween venue. Not recommended for
the feint-of-hear or children under 5, Fear This is
guaranteed to provide Halloween thrills and chills. Its
very fairly priced at $10 for adults, $5 for children 13
and under, $25 for families (mom, dad or caretaker
and children), and $5 for active servicemen/women,
firemen and EMS workers with an ID. The proceeds
support the many programs offered at the CCC. Dont
miss the final 2014 opportunity to experience Fear This!
52 Saratoga Ave, So.Glens Falls
(518) 792-4137
www.mrahaljewelers.com
We Help Make Every Day
A Special Occasion!
Napaul Publishers, Inc. October 24, 2014
Collision Center
Accepting Applications for
Autobody Techs & Apprentices
Call
Barry Richardson
for appointment
802-447-2301
Full Time, Competitive Wages, Benefits,
Friendly Work Environmant. E.O.E.
NO TRICKS - ALL TREATS
Visit our Cafe, today!
Suitable for parties of up to 35
people, family gatherings or just
a quiet meal.
OR Join Us
At the Diner
for one of our
special meals!
COUNTRY GALS CAFE
W Main St, Cambridge, NY
518-428-2826
Open Tue-Sun 5:30am 1:30pm
21982 NY Route 22,
Hoosick Falls, NY 12090
518-686-3080
M-F 8 AM - 5 PM
Come see us at our new location!
2001 CHEVROLET 2001 CHEVROLET 2001 CHEVROLET 2001 CHEVROLET 2001 CHEVROLET
S-10 ZR2 S-10 ZR2 S-10 ZR2 S-10 ZR2 S-10 ZR2
2000 JEEP GRAND 2000 JEEP GRAND 2000 JEEP GRAND 2000 JEEP GRAND 2000 JEEP GRAND
CHEROKEE LAREDO CHEROKEE LAREDO CHEROKEE LAREDO CHEROKEE LAREDO CHEROKEE LAREDO
2004 CHEVROLET 2004 CHEVROLET 2004 CHEVROLET 2004 CHEVROLET 2004 CHEVROLET
TRAILBLAZER TRAILBLAZER TRAILBLAZER TRAILBLAZER TRAILBLAZER
Stock #u144992a
4WD, V6, auto, ext. cab,
pw/pl/ac/cruise, black
$ $$ $$
7,500 7,500 7,500 7,500 7,500
Stock #u173996
4WD,6 cyl, auto,
pw/pl/ac/cruise, red
$ $$ $$
3,900 3,900 3,900 3,900 3,900
Stock #u323551
4x4, auto, pw/pl/ps,
cruise, A/C
$ $$ $$
4,500 4,500 4,500 4,500 4,500
RONS AUTO
USED CAR SALES
38 Mumford Dr., Clarendon Springs,
W. Rutland, VT. 802-438-5434
SEE OUR FULL SELECTION at
ronsautovt.sharepoint.com
2006 CHEVY MONTE CARLO SS 5.3
V8, auto ................................................... $5995
2006 FORD F150 STX extra cab, 4 dr ............. $1995
2003 FORD F150 XLT 4 dr, ext. cab ................ $3995
2006 CHEVY COBALT SS 4 cyl, 5 spd ........... $3995
1999 CHEVY TAHOE 4x4, 5.6 V8, auto ........... $2895
2002 JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE 4x4
w/ SelecTrac............................................ $3695
2002 CHEVY TRACKER 4WD, 4 cyl ............... $2495
2003 DODGE DURANGO RT 4x4, 4 dr,
3rd row seating ....................................... $4295
2003 VW PASSAT 4 dr, 1.8 TURBO, 5 spd ...... $3695
2002 CADILLAC DEVILLE 4 dr, V8, auto......... $2895
2001 FORD EXPLORER 4x4, 2 dr, V6 ............ $2495
1997 CHEVY K-1500 4x4, V8, auto.................. $3995
1999 LINCOLN CONTINENTAL 4 dr, V8, auto $1995
2000 VW NEW BEETLE 2 dr, 4 cyl, 5 spd ....... $2695
2002 BUICK RENDEVOUS CXL
THIRD ROW SEATING ........................... $3695
2002 DODGE RAM 1500 SLT 4 dr, quad cab.. $4995
2001 MITSUBISHI ECLIPSE GT 2 dr, V6
5 spd ....................................................... $3495
2004 PONTIAC BONNEVILLE 4 dr, V6, auto .. $3495
2006 DODGE CHARGER HO V6, auto ........... $3695
2002 FORD FOCUS ZX3 2 dr, 4 cyl, auto ........ $2895
2007 CHEVY MALIBU 4 dr, 4 cyl, auto,
gray, 174k ............................................... $3495
2006 PONTIAC G6 GT 4 dr, V6, auto,
white, 190k ............................................. $3495
2005 SUBARU OUTBACK SW 4 cyl, std.,
silver, 193k ............................................. $3995
2005 CHEVY COBALT LS 2 dr, 4 cyl, auto,
red, 170k................................................. $3995
2005 CHEVY MALIBU 4 dr, V6, auto,
gray, 172k .............................................. $3495
2005 HYUNDAI ELANTRA 4 dr, 4 cyl, 5 spd,
tan, 141k ................................................ $2695
2004 SAAB 9-5 4 dr, 4 cyl, 5 spd, black, 163k .. $3495
2004 KIA SPECTRA 4 dr, 4 cyl, std.,123k ........ $2495
2003 SATURN ION 4 dr, 4 cyl, std., 194k ........ $2995
2003 SATURN L200 4 dr, 4 cyl, auto, 113k ...... $2495
2003 MINI COOPER 2 dr, 4 cyl, std., 153k ...... $2695
2002 CHEVY MALIBU 4 dr, V6, auto, 168k ...... $2495
2002 VW JETTA 4 dr, 4 cyl, 5 spd, 168k .......... $1995
w/tinted glass - New tires and alignment
Aug. 2014 - 95k miles - good
condition - The 4WD needs a $100 repair
from a GM dealer - originally from
Alabama - has not seen a North Country
Winter. $5000
Call 518-223-6044
2001 GMC Yukon XL SLT
C
all
Today!
CUSTOM DEER
PROCESSING
Michael Strohmeyer
Meat Cutter
Cooler on premises
30+ Years experience.
789 Coach Rd.,
Argyle, NY
518-638-6276
518-937-0144
COUNTRY
ELECTRIC LLC
Residential, Com-
mercial, Industrial. All
types of wi ri ng i n-
cl udi ng servi ce en-
trances, backup genera-
tors, new & rewiring of
homes, offices, barns,
motor controls, pools
& Spas, electric heat,
etc. Licensed Master
Electrician, fully
Insured, Free
Estimates
518-642-2271
DRUMMS SAWMILL
Kiln Dried Rough Cut
and Planed lumber
in stock.
1" & 2" T&G.
Shiplap, Novelty
Siding, Log Cabin
Siding. V-Groove.
Hrs: M-F 8 am-4:30 pm;
Sat. 8 am-3:30 pm
Pick-up or delivery.
193 Casey Road in
Schuylerville.
518-928-9982
518-583-1168
We now accept all
major credit cards!
CDL A AND B DRIVERS
NEEDED: Driver should live
within 50 miles of Hoosick
Falls, NY 12090. Driver needs
to be dependable. OTR driv-
ers and Local drivers wanted.
Enhanced license and TWIC
a plus but not needed to ap-
ply. Call Bill for details:
518-686-5411
BEST OF QUALITY
TAXIDERMY
Deer Heads Mounted. Bear
Rugs Made. Museum Quality.
518-642-9570
TIRES FOR SALE
Car, Truck, Dump Truck,
Tractor trailer.
NEW & USED.
CHRIS CONNOLLY
421-3608
753-4542
$ BUYING- HIGHEST
PRICES PAID $
Gold & silver jewelry; vin-
tage costume & turquoise.
Coins, watches, knives, mili-
tary, toys, antiques etc. 30+
years experience..save time,
call Joe first. 518-893-0235
or 518-669-2274
FREE KITTENS Two 5
month old kittens calicos need
homes call 531-4205.
I WOULD LIKE YOUR
WRITE-IN VOTE. El ect
Tracy Snell Easton Town Judge.
Although I will not appear on
the ballot please write me in
and cast your vote. Thank you!
tracysnell@yahoo.com
STOCK TRAILER FOR
SALE : 1986 Sooner Stock
type trailer. Goose neck 2
Axle. 26 feet long. New
brakes, good tires and good
overall condition. $8000.00
Call Curt at (518) 925-1219.
WANTED: Standing timber,
wood lots. Fully insured. Call
518-692-2109
OCTOBER IS BREAST CANCER AWARENESS MONTH. In keeping with our commitment for
the past 61 years of community involvement all six of our publications and web site for this week are dedicated to Cancer
Awareness. We encourage you to make donations to The Cancer Services Program at Glens Falls Hospital.
That program provides no-cost mammograms, breast exams, pap tests and take home colon cancer screening kits. Their
services are provided by many local doctors and health centers for men and women with no health insurance. Help your
neighbors and join in the fight! Call them at 518-926-6570. Advertisers in this issue who have a ribbon have helped to join
the cause; please support them as they help support our communities.
Napaul Publishers, Inc. October 24, 2014
Wines of All Kinds
PRICE CHOPPER PLAZA
GRANVILLE 518-642-9262
5 Riley Hill Road, Salem
A Full Service Car
Care Center
518-854-3000
24
HOUR
TOWING
Bains Service Center
SALEM HARDWARE
AND SUPPLY
200 Main St., Salem
518-854-3113
AMERICAN HARDWARE
57 CHURCH ST
GRANVILLE, NY
518-642-1334 518-642-1334 518-642-1334 518-642-1334 518-642-1334
518-642-2565
Located 5 miles South of
Granville, NY on Rte. 22
4404 Route 22 Salem
www.pizzaworldsalem.com
PIZZA
SUBS
WINGS
MOVIE
RENTALS
93 West Broadway, Salem, NY
518-854-3113
Boneless or Regular
DINNERS
DELIVERY AVAILABLE
West
Broadway
Storage
21 County Route 77 Greenwich
INSTALLED
4 WHEEL
ALIGNMENT
Call for our Tune Up Special
MOUNTED
&
BALANCED
WE MAKE
CUSTOM
EXHAUSTS
23 Main St. (Cty. Rt. 23),
Hartford, NY
Your Place For Curtains
Tues-Sun.
10 AM - 5 PM
An Amazing Selection of Curtains
w/Coordinating Textiles for
Every Room. Plus:
Lots of Country Home Decor and
Womens Accessories: Candles, Wall
Art, Canvas Prints, Braided Rugs,
Jewelry, Handbags, Scarves, Potpourri,
Tinware, Tart Melters, Rada Cutlery,
Garlands, Wreaths and Florals, Lamps
& Much More!
SHEDS GAZEBOS
GARAGES
CHICKEN COOPS
Visit www.shedstop.net
Free Delivery
within 60 miles
Our Rent To Own
Programs
6854 State Route 4
Ft Ann, New York 12827
518-639-3055
Ask About Our Trade-in and
A & J
ENTERPRISES
7 Thomas Street, Salem
518-854-7414
Together We Can
Make A Difference
In Our
Communities!
SHED
STOP
6854 STATE
ROUTE 4
FORT ANN,
NEW YORK
12827
PLAN FOR NEXT
YEAR!
Hours: M-Th 9-6;Fri. 9-5;
Saturday 9-3
VIEW OUR INVENTORY ONLINE AT:
www.battenkillmotors.com
1108 Route 29 Greenwich,
On the circle where 29 & 40 meet
518-692-AUTO
333 Second Ave Troy, NY
518-235-4661
Sheds displayed at
424 Route 29, Greenwich, NY
518-695-5440
518-265-2649
Napaul Publishers, Inc. October 24, 2014
KINGSB KINGSB KINGSB KINGSB KINGSBUR UR UR UR URY YY YY
WINE & LIQ WINE & LIQ WINE & LIQ WINE & LIQ WINE & LIQUOR UOR UOR UOR UOR
Kings Plaza
Rts. 4 & 32
Hudson Falls (next to
Dollar Tree & Hannaford)
October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, time for
that annual flood of pink-colored reminders to support a cure for
the second-leading cause of cancer deaths among women.
Its also time for a tsunami of pinkwashing bogus charities
and fraudulent fundraising through the sale of ribbons and other
hued merchandise that promise to benefit breast cancer research.
Its unfortunate that there are bad guys out there who prey on
our goodwill, said Victor Searcy, director of fraud operations at
Identity Theft 911. Its important for consumers to be vigilant
so that their donations get to the right source and make a
difference.
Along with many legitimate efforts are scammers who simply
choose an authentic-sounding name or misrepresent themselves
as being part of recognized groups to collect funds online, by
telephone or in person.
There are legitimate organizations calling themselves charities
but actually passing on precious few funds to the actual cause.
Five breast cancer-related groups are among Americas Worst
Charities. Please check out this website to learn more: http://
americas-worst-charities.findthebest.com
And because that familiar pink ribbon is not regulated by an
agency, notes the Better Business Bureau, its use doesnt
necessarily mean it is linked to breast cancer or other charities.
THE IMPORTANCE OF FINDING BREAST
CANCER EARLY
The goal of screening exams for early breast cancer detection
is to find cancers before they start to cause symptoms. Screen-
ing refers to tests and exams used to find a disease, such as
cancer, in people who do not have any symptoms. Early de-
tection means using an approach that lets breast cancer get
diagnosed earlier than otherwise might have occurred.
Breast cancers that are found because they are causing symp-
toms tend to be larger and are more likely to have already
spread beyond the breast. In contrast, breast cancers found
during screening exams are more likely to be smaller and still
confined to the breast. The size of a breast cancer and how
far it has spread are some of the most important factors in
predicting the prognosis (outlook) of a woman with this dis-
ease.
Most doctors feel that early detection tests for breast cancer
save thousands of lives each year, and that many more lives
could be saved if even more women and their health care pro-
viders took advantage of these tests. Following the American
Cancer Society's guidelines for the early detection of breast
cancer improves the chances that breast cancer can be diag-
nosed at an early stage and treated successfully.
518-638-6575
4167 St. Rt. 40,
Argyle
CURTIS
SUPER
40
1359 Route 32, Schuylerville, NY
(518) 792-8172 (518) 792-8172 (518) 792-8172 (518) 792-8172 (518) 792-8172
M-F 8-5, Sat. 9-3 M-F 8-5, Sat. 9-3 M-F 8-5, Sat. 9-3 M-F 8-5, Sat. 9-3 M-F 8-5, Sat. 9-3
WE GO THE EXTRA MILE!
N.Y.S Inspections
A.B.S. Brake Repair
Computer Diagnostics
Electrical Systems
Heating & Air Conditioning
Hard to Fix Problems
Check Engine Lights
Radiators & Gas Tanks
Turn off Rt. 29 Corliss Ave. & John St. Exit, Greenwich, NY
Witchcraft Body & Paint Inc.
40 Years Experience in Collision & Paint Industry
Frame Straightening & Unibody Repair
Foreign & Domestic
Auto Glass Work
Hours: Mon-Fri. 8:30-5:00 Sat. By Appointment Only.
518) 692-7774 518) 692-7774 518) 692-7774 518) 692-7774 518) 692-7774
Going GREEN with Water-Based Paint! Going GREEN with Water-Based Paint! Going GREEN with Water-Based Paint! Going GREEN with Water-Based Paint! Going GREEN with Water-Based Paint!
FREE DELIVERY
166 Main St, Hudson Falls, NY 12839
We Mix It To Fix It
McCanns Pharmacy &
Adirondack Compounding
7311 St. Rt. 22, Granville, NY
642-3167 642-3167 642-3167 642-3167 642-3167
M, T, TH, F 8;30-5; Wed. 8:30-7. DMV#7076246
Hicks
Memorials
Monuments Markers Corner Markers
Engraving Cleaning Foundations
Computer Assisted Drafting
127 Dodge HIll Rd Granville, NY 12832
(518) 642-2558
We Accept
457 Rt. 32N, Schuylerville, NY
Cal l Today-
www.towncountryauctions.com
NYS Pet Dealers Lic#411534
518-695-6663
Town & Country
Auction
Keep all your Items in one
place for the best Price!
Tuesday- New Merchandise Tuesday- New Merchandise Tuesday- New Merchandise Tuesday- New Merchandise Tuesday- New Merchandise
Friday- Antiques, Friday- Antiques, Friday- Antiques, Friday- Antiques, Friday- Antiques,
Collectibles, General Collectibles, General Collectibles, General Collectibles, General Collectibles, General
Merchandise Merchandise Merchandise Merchandise Merchandise
Auctions Weekly at
7:00 PM
Local Dealers
in attendance
weekly
Saturday- Small Saturday- Small Saturday- Small Saturday- Small Saturday- Small
Livestock, Farm Livestock, Farm Livestock, Farm Livestock, Farm Livestock, Farm
items items items items items
Nessle Bros. Meats, Inc.
www.nesslebrothersmeats.com
On County Route 74, Greenwich, NY
518-692-9366 Open 8-5 Mon.-Sat.
Steaks, Hamburgers,
Chickens!
For all your entertaining
needs!
See all our packages on
our website!
CLARKS
EQUIPMENT
175 East Broadway,
Salem, NY
854-3149
Visit us on
Facebook
McCartees Barn
Fine Art & Antiques
McCartees.Barn
23 East Broadway, Salem, NY
518-854-3857
(518) 638-6878
(518)281-6761
Argyle, New York 12809
DID YOU KNOW:
Using hormone therapy after menopause: Taking estro-
gen and progesterone after menopause (sometimes called
combined hormone therapy) increases the risk of getting breast
cancer. The breast cancer risk seems to go back to normal
over time once the hormones are stopped. The use of estro-
gen alone after menopause does not seem to increase the risk
of developing breast cancer, but it can increase the risk of
other cancers.
Tom Cioffi
Attorney At Law
11872 St Rte 40 11872 St Rte 40 11872 St Rte 40 11872 St Rte 40 11872 St Rte 40
Napaul Publishers, Inc. October 24, 2014
7583 Route 22, Granville-Hebron line
Mon-Fri
9AM-5PM
Owner: Tom Neeson
Facility Id# 7098982
www.neesonsclassics.com
518-642-2565 518-338-5273
Neesons
Truck - Auto & Classic Car Sales & Service
Better Business Bureau A+ Rating
See Tom or Alicia for all your Sales & Service Needs
Open Monday through Friday 9 AM to 5 PM
Also available nights & weekends by appointment only!
Alicia Cell 518-441-8870
EZ TERM 0% INTEREST FINANCING
Where You Buy A $5,000 Car
And Pay $5,000. Not $10,000
Like Other Buy Here Pay Here Dealers
2005 Ford Taurus- v6, Auto, Loaded ................................................ $4,195
2005 Chrysler Sebring- v6, Auto ..................................................... $4,495
2004 Ford Taurus- v6, Auto, Loaded ................................................ $3,995
2004 Cadillac DTS Deville- Loaded, Leather .................................... $6,995
2004 Pontiac Grand Am .................................................................. $4,895
2004 Nissan Sentra.......................................................................... $4,995
2003 Hyundai Sonata- Loaded, v6, Leather .................................... $3,995
2002 Chevrolet Impala- Loaded, v6 ................................................. $4,295
2001 Volvo V.70 Wagon- Turbo, Loaded, Leather ............................ $2,995
2001 Toyota Corolla- 4 cylinder, 5 speed ........................................ $3,795
2000 Jeep Cherokee- 4x4, Auto ....................................................... $3,995
2000 Suzuki Esteem- 4 cylinder, Auto ............................................. $3,295
2000 Ford F-150 Harley Davidson Edition- Loaded, Leather,
1 Owner .................................................................................. $10,995
1999 Chrysler LHS- Loaded, Leather, 81k Miles............................. $3,995
1999 Ford F-150- 4x4, v6, 5 speed, 69k Miles .................................. $4,995
1996 Pontiac Formula Firebird LT1- v8, 6 speed ........................... $8,995
1990 GMC 3500HD- 4x4, Auto, 454, Like New.................................. $9,995
1987 Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS- v8, Auto ...................................... $7,995
518-638-6575
CURTIS SUPER 40
4167 St. Rt. 40,
Argyle
05 JEEP
CHEROKEE
100K Mi.
$7,500
08 GMC ACADIA
82K Mi.,
Loaded
$16,000
09 HONDA
ACCORD
98K Mi.
Gray
$12,000
06 NISSAN XTERRA
Red,
120K Mi.
$8,000