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4 - B JOURNAL AND REPOIHCAN. LOWVILLE, NEW YORK .WEDNESDAY, JUIY 19.1972 % PHILCOLVARD 896-2840 WATER WELLS O r il I* 1 a n d S e i v u t ’d 1 W e ll In 1 D a y P o s s i b l e COLVARD DRILLING CO. Box 247 - Mapledale Rd. Barnsveld. N.V. 13304 C a l l C o l l e c t W h e n S o m e o n e Y o u K n o w N e e d s W a t e r FREE LITERATURE UPON REQUEST C o n s e r v a t i o n C o m e r FU R N IT U R E A U C T IO N Saturday, July 29, 10:30 AM 34 Main St., West Carthage, N.Y. 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T e r m s : (.'a s h o r trood c h e c k s . L u n c h w i l l l«e SL-rv**d. H e ll* & N o b * r t G e t m a n SfcCOKD STOKMS, A u c t i o n e e r C a r t h a g e 4 9 3 - 1 5 6 3 K e g u l a r c o n t r i b u t o r s to th i s c o l u m n a r e th e fo u r c o n s e r v a ­ tio n - o r i e n t e d a g e n c i e s in L o w ­ v i l l e ; A.S.C.S., D e p a r t m e n t o f K n v i r o n i e n t a ! C o n s e r v a t i o n , E x ­ te n s i o n S e r v i c e a n d S o i l C o n s e r ­ v a t i o n S e r v i c e . T h i s w e e k ’ s c o l ­ u m n c o m e s fro m th e A .S .C .S . -0 - T h e r e c e n t flo o d d a m a g e w a s n o t n e a r l v a s s e r i o u s in L e w i s C o u n t v a s it w a s in th e c o u n t i e s in th e lo w e r c e n t r a l p a r t o f th e S t a t e , In th e s e s e c t i o n s , liv e s w * e re l o s t , b u i l d i n g s d a m a g e d an d d e s t r o y e d , a n d m a n y p e o p l e t h e r e n e e d h e l p i n g h a n d s a n d f i n a n c i a l a s s i s t a n c e . S o m e p e o p l e fro m L e w t s C o u n t v h a v e v o l u n t e e r e d t h e i r a s s i s t a n c e an d th e lo c a l K I w a n Is C l u b h e ld an a u c t i o n l a s t f* r l d a y to r a i s e m o n e v fo r flo o d v i c t i m s . However in Lew Is County, the county was designated as a dis­ aster countv because of the loss to crops, cropland and damage to fences in the flood areas. The estim ated loss was set at$231#- 0G0 by the local disaster com ­ m ittee. Being designated a dis­ aster county, the ASCS office is offering Emergency Conser­ vation M easures (EC\1) to far­ m e rs and rurallandownershaving damage to cropland and fields in the flood a reas along the Black River or land damaged by one of the many tributaries of the Black River. Already 20 persons have made 33 requests for cost-charing a s - L o m e o B r o t h e r s Top Quality Hulfuru CATTLE DEALERS 3 7 8 - 7 2 0 9 lo t f Taktn I n On T rait an sistance for ELM practices ln the county. The five following ECM prac­ tices are being offered in the county at 80 % of the cost being shared by the federal govern­ ment: 1. Restoring open drainagedit- ches damaged by lhe flood. Cost will be shared onty for earth moved in restoration of the ditch. 2. Rehabilitating c rop, h ay and pasture lands damaged by flood water. Cost will be shared for debris removal which cannot be incorporated in the soli through normal farming operations. 3. Rehabilitating s tream chan­ nels damaged by flood w a te r. Cost will be shared onlv for the r e ­ moval of sediment and d e - oris from tbe stream channel and the repair of stream banks damaged by the flood w a ters. 4. Reconstructing fences dam ­ aged hy the flood w a ter. Cost wtll be shared only for the resto r a ­ tion of fences noeded to prevent damage by livestock and areas that should remain in permanent cover. 5. Restoring critical areas damaged b y the flood w a ter. Cost will be shared to re s t o r e p e r ­ manent cover on critical areas such a s diversion ditches, d am s, dikes, gullies, s tream banks, and sim ilar problem areas. Anyone wishing more inform a­ tion about the em ergency con­ servation m easures o r who would like to enroll please stop at the Lewts County ASCS Office, Reed Block, State S treet, Lowville. Work may be started on any of the practices, but persons must have a request filed within 30 days. Antique Show An authentic Outdoor Antique Show will h e the p rogram fo rS a t- urday, August 12, from 11 a.m . to 6 p,m. ln the backyard of the Jefferson County H istorical Society, W atertown, with a r a in - date of Saturday, August 19. interested d e a lers should contact the Society office, 228 Washington S treet (782-3491) o r M rs. Jam es C. Norton. D exter (634-6929). An added feature this year will be homemade baked goods. TS ituusils R iit Iv t i t 10th utra tar BIG 8% iitnest rati the 1st e» T»t-Yi*f Passbeok Certificates Visit or call us totfaj! 493-3480 If e l S/4 A N D L O A N A S S O C I A T I O N 313 STATE STRUT G3RTHA6I* R.Y« 5 ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ i i i i i i i i i i i m i i i i i i i n i i i i i i BRIDE IN LOWVILLE - C h ris­ tine A. M o selle, daughter of Mr. and M rs. David Moselle, 5567 T rinity Avenue, Lowvllle, became the bride of Ja m e s C. Crouch, Baldwinsville, on June 10 at 1 p.m . Rev. John Sharp, pastor. Officiated at the ceremony per­ formed a t F irst Presbyterian Church, LowvlUe. The groom Is the son o f C a rlton Crouch and M rs. Georgia Rickard, Cold Brook. M rs. Sylvia V irkler was organist The bride w as given In m a r­ riage by h e r father. Maid of honor was Donna Ma­ kuch. Bridesm a ids were Chris Leaf, Sharon Rail, and P atti Mar­ tin . Flower girl was Lou Ann M artin. Lennle C a rvell, Phoenls, was best man. U s h e rs were Bruce Moselle, Claude Earley, and T e r r y Moselle. Ring b e a rer was Brian W estern. A reception f o r IO0 guests was held at th e Cat’s Paw, Brantlng- ham. _ After a honeymoon trip to Las Vegas, Nevada the couple will reside tn Baldwinsville. The bride i s a 1971 graduate of LowvUle Academy and Cen­ tra l School and Is employed by W.T. LJrants, Baldwinsville. M r. Crouch is a 1964 graduate of Poland Central School and a 1966 graduate of New York In­ stitute of Photography. He is employed a s a salesm an by Busi­ ness M otivation. Inc. 9,000 F t and IfMHlO F t length Baler Twine $6.75 C A S T O R L A N D Q u w m J C O - O P ,IN C . Castoflairi 376-3330 Soccer School Loren L . Farney, LowvlUe, has been accepted fo r enrollm e n t at thb Connecticut Soccer School located a t the Choate School In Wallingford, Conn., August 20- 26 , He a ttew b LowvUle Academy. The school win be directed by Joe Morrone, bead s o c c e r coach at the University of Connecticut. Errol Aucter In Germany Airman F i r s t Class E r r o l A, A u cter, s o n of Mr, and M rs. Paul A. Aucter, Croghan, RJD. I, has arrived fo r duty a t Rhein-Main AB, Germany. Airman A u cter, a s an a i r cargo specialist, ts assigned to a unit of the M ilitary Airlift Command which provides global airlift for tj£>. m ilitary forces. He pre­ viously served at Cam Ranh Bay AB, Vletanm. The airm an, was graduated in 1971 from Beaver River Central High School. Dick Rennie Rennies Sales & Service D e n m a r k N .Y . IN V IT E S Y O U T O S E E T H E IR D IS P L A Y O F 1 9 7 3 A R C T IC C A T ’ S A t T h e LEWIS COUNTY FAIR July 17 • 22 NORTH COUNTRY BUSINESS DIRECTORY G U ID E T O L O C A L S E R V IC E S WHERE TO BUY IT WHERE TO HAVE IT DONE EXPERT SERVICES OF ALL KINDS S E R V I C E ST A T IO N RESTAURANT SUPPLIES M U L L IN S S E R V IC E S T A T M X i YOUR FRIENDLY MOBIL DEALER WE GTVE S & H GREEN STAMPS Tel. 376-7222 Lowvllle BLACK RIVER RESTAURANT SUPPLY COMPANY, INC. 316 Factory S tr e e t, Watertown T e l.SU -S-4E80 China - Glass - Silverw a re-P a p e r And Maintenance S upplies Syracuse China, Frtgtdare,V a lc a n , G.E. _____ _ WEDDING STATIONERY AT JO U R N A L A R E P U B L IC A N HEATING & PLUMBING ELECTRIC SERVICE SNOWMOBILES Wm. M. BURKHARD A SONS H e a ting-Plum b ing-Sheet Nietal contracting Croghan, New York 13321 Tel. 2381 Croghan MCGRATH’S ELECTRIC E lectrical Heating Equipment And S ystem s Farm - Com m ercial - Residential Stowe S treet, Lowville F ree E s tim a tes 376-6613 INSURANCE E D iC K ’S S A IE S - S E R V IC E SNQ-PRJNCE SNOWMOBILES CLOTHING, BOOTS, ACCESSORIES BEACHES BRIDGE, LOWVILLE, N.Y. PLUMBING b HEATING H O W A R D W IL B E R T A G E N C Y ALL LINES OF INSURANCE Photic Boonville 942-4624 West Leyden, N.Y. THIS SPICE AVAILABLE S T O D D A R D PLUMBING b HEATING Free Estim ate* 24-Hour S ervice Phone 876-3210 e l e c t r i c se r v ic e DAIRY EQUIPMENT Imitl# ffictric, lie. RealdentlaijFarm , Camp Commercial •E lectric heat (Free estiteatesjii •E lectrical supplies of all kinds •Appliances and tnsuinttorr PH, 376-6113 O A H I - K O O L Bou - Matte Milkers and Bulk Tanks H Martinsburg Qrtkl»b 376-2707 T iR S S P A C E A Y A IA R L E INSURANCE FLOWERS WAGONER-HICKO* AGENCY GENERAL INSURANCE. 120Schuyler SL, Boonville, N.y. Tel. 942-4428 GRAYS FLOWER SHOP keai & Perm anent Arrangements 314 SOUTH JAMES ST. CARTHAGE PHONE 493—5790 Toll F r e e F rom Copenhagen Area RUBBER STAMPS AT JO U R N A L & R E P U B L IC A N I

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