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Friday, September 30, 1949
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ROCHESTER TIMES-UNION
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PACKARD
EIGHT SEDAN NOW ONLY $230
DELIVERED IN ROCHESTER
BANCROFT Motors  33 STILL.SO?T
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1492 PAIRS OF FAMOUS MAKE FOOTWEAR
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Go first to Neisner's
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CARNIVAL By Dick Turner
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[[caption]] "The appropriation fell through, boys! None of the loan companies will take the Washington monument as security!"
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Bulldozers Clear Site For Brockport Dormitory
By EDNA MURPHY
Bulldozers are busy today on what a short time ago was a compact group of cozy Brockport homes.

The village takes in the scene at Monroe Ave. and Kenyon St. with a good-natured shrug, for it knows its big "industry" - the State Teachers College - is soon to be bigger and better.

Yesterday there were the cries of small fry ringing out during play. Today there is the cry of "shovel away, nose'er up as the bulldozers clear the way for the erection of a permanent dormitory at the State Teachers College. The land for the project was purchased by the state from property owners over a four-year period.

The addition, which educators declare has long been needed to meet continued growth of the college, and which will cost an estimated $818,334, will contain dormitories and a facilities building. The dormitory units will contain twin-bedded double sleeping rooms, study rooms, bathroom facilities, laundry facilities, small kitchenettes for preparing snacks and reception rooms for guest and parents.

The facilities building is similar to what is commonly known on most college campuses as "student unions." This unit will contain dining room and kitchen facilities for several hundred sudents [[students]]. There will also be included private dining rooms, a large lounge, game rooms and a small auditorium.


Atom Scientist Talk Listed for Tuesday

Dr. Shields Warren of Boston, director of the division of biology and medicine of the U.S. Atomic Energy Commission, will address the Rochester Academy of Medicine Tuesday.

His talk, listed for 8:30 p.m. at the Academy of Medicine, will be on "Applications of Atomic Energy to Research and Therapy."

Dr. Warren, who has played a leading role in studying the effects of atomic poisoning and the use of radioactive material in medicine,  also is professor of pathology at Harvard Medical School.

After the talk, Dr. Warren will take part in a discussion with Dr. Joe W. Howland, Dr. James H. Sterner and Dr. Lawrence E. Young. Dr. George E. Saunder, academy president, will preside. A subscription dinner at the academy will precede the meeting.
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Sentence Suspended In Work Complaint

Peter Panepinto of 35 Grape St., was given a suspended sentence in City Court today on his plea of guilty of employing a 16-year-old boy without a work certificate. The complaint by the State Labor Department stated the boy worked one day at Panepinto Bowling Alley, 19 Grape St.
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Aviatrix to Speak

Blanche Scott, aviatrix will address the Shrine Lunch Club on "Women in Aviation" Monday noon in the Powers.

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FAIRPORT HOUSEWIFE FINDS $30 IN ATTIC TRUNK..
"That's gold in your attic...just look"! That's what a woman discovered looking for swaps to bring to Smalls. A tired old wrist watch; some archaic fashion jewelry and a tarnished old family ring all popped-out of the family trunk. At Smalls, they were worth $30 towards a beautiful new Bulova watch. It pays to look!

BRIGHTON MECHANIC DISCOVERS $15 IN BASEMENT...
Don't throw anything away...it may be worth money! A mechanic had labeled an old radio, that refused to work anymore, for the scrap heap. Then he brought it into Smalls. It was worth $15 towards a beautiful silver service his wife had always wanted.

KODAK WOMAN UNCOVERS $12.50 IN KITCHEN CABINET
Ladies, there's foldin' money right under your nose! A housewife, looking for swaps, found an old iron and beat-up toaster in her kitchen cabinet. At Smalls they were worth $12.50 towards a gorgeous "Attested Perfect" diamond ring she had always wanted. It pays to swap at Smalls.

HURRY to SMALLS And SWAP
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