FORD STREET REMEMBERED - This weeks photo is a real work of art. It is a painting by Ogdensburg resident Gerald Sholette of the 800 block of Ford Street circa 1980. Many of the buildings are now gone, but the businesses they housed are still fondly remembered by longtime city residents. The building on the corner in the foreground is Sholettes Grocery, which was operated by Mr. Sholettes brother, Loren. Next down is Wimpys Inn, which was operated by George Wells, Trivilinos Bakery, owned by Gerald Trivilino, the Lauson residence, Denos Photo Shop, which was operated for many years by George Deno, Regans Pharmacy, operated by Floyd and Arthur Regan, Seguins Plumbing, which was operated by Tom Seguin, and, on the corner, Downeys Meat Shop, which was operated by John Downey. The vacant lot between Seguins and Downeys at one time was home to a Grand Union grocery store. Mr. Sholette said he took up painting in earnest in 1980 after he became disabled, painting many scenes of the city, including Claxton-Hepburn Medical Center, known at the time as A. Barton Hepburn Hospital. He said the Ford Street painting was done for his brother, and was painted with the aid of a photo shot by his wife, Barbara. If you have a photo or feature for Glance At The Past, contact Advance-News Editor Elizabeth Lyons at 393-1003, extension 123. Photos and accompanying information will be published in the order in which they are received, and must be received by Monday to be considered for publication the following Sunday. Contributors may pick up their submissions at The Journal and Advance-News office in Ogdensburg after they are published.