C o u n t y A u d i t s , P a y s C l a i m s TOPS 52,500 - The \Help T e rry Fund,\ conducted by the Journal and Republican with the coopera tion ot other newa media ot the area, topped the 92,500 m a rk la*t Thursday night with presentation ot a check tor 9200 by the Wa tertown Royals profess ional baseball team, following a game in Watertown in which tbe Royals , edged Baldwins v ille, 9-5. The fund, which w is s tarted to aid T e rry M oshler, 14-year-old son ot Mr, and M rs. Richard M oshler, LowvlUe S tar Route, who faced extensive kidney s u r gery at M assachusetts General Hospital, Boston, M a ss., was started In response to a plea by the boy's grandparents, M r. and M rs. Freem an Flint, Low vUle 8tar Route. The youth was born with only one kidney, which was malfunc tioning. He returned last T h u rs day after undergoing two weeks of treatm ent at M assachusetts General, which Included the r e moval ot part of his kidney and other corrective surgery. Sur geons, however, have still not ruled out the possibility of a kid ney transplant in the future. In tha top photo, T e r r y i s shown with his mother and father on Saturday at his homa on the E rie Canal Road, off the Number Four Hoad, In tbe bottom photo, Mi chael J , B lair, Journal editor, 1* shown receiving the 9900 cheek la Watertown from Royals' pitcher and outflaldsr, Charlie McC a r g a r. AT HIW BRKMIN - Th* Rlefesl Family Stagers, sacred meslc ensemble, wUl give a P la n ta tion Thursday eraelag, July M, at IMS p,m. at the New Bremen Menaontte Church. The tsmUy has traveled wide ly tor eooesrt appearance* tn both tb* United States end Can ada. After being acUve In such service* lor a period of ten years, tbe frailly I* still large ly tntsct, sMfr>agb m«T« g» sad _™ . readjustments . Six — . play recordings have been re leased aad widely accepted. Each program features a wide' variety of selections and a rrange m ents, a number of them being original compositions. Spiritual quality Is always the prim ary em p h asis. CHAMPS - Tbe ‘TeU ere’, spon sored by the National Bank of Northern New York, wan the F a r m League Championship ot the Low vUle Boys League. The team had ended the regular seas on In a tie tx r ftrst wtth the M o ts aad V ir- U c r 'Mustang*’, thereby neces- attatfrg a play-off. The e tam - P4— hfr game was h*M at the Lewts C a n ty F a ir on July 15, wtth tbe tellers taking tbe contest 12-0 behind the ste llar pitching et Kevin Plants, A combination of good hitting by toe Teller* and outstanding defensive p lays, c e n . trlboted to toe winning cause. At toe conclusion of the game, In dividual trophies were presented to the team m em b ers, as well as a sponsor's trophy, by League President Doug Brodle. In tbe picture, left to right; F irst raw - Richard Ross, Tom Gray, Jim H a rris, Ed Lamb and Greg AUen. Second row - Len Stone, C raig M a rti, Brian c a r penter, Stewart CaUtn, Rod Ty- reU , Kevin Plant* and John Ktl- bum . Third row - ManagarDoog Brodle and asslatant manager Carlton Carpenter. AT THE FAIR - The \Dixie land Dell*’’, In toe photo, flret pis** wiener* st toe 1972 Lewis County Pelr Talent Contest, were heck to compete CM* yesr. Th# g ir ls earned 24 of * possi ble 25 point* list yesr and w*nt oa to complete at the New York •tat* Pair In Syracuse, where they **r« • chosen one of five sets from a (laid of 25 to be In flto Director* Show on Labor Day. From left to right are - Kimberly M arshall, Rhonda Foote, Ann Young and Chris Hanno. The Stanford T rio was one of the flral place winners Is th# 1972 Lewis County F a ir Talent Contest earning 21 of a possible 25 points. Th* Stanford* are a popular country and western group and are weU known In tbe area. 1 91,600, which remain* in th*>wJ U t T e r r y Fund” after the- axpeSs#* of his trip to th# Boston hospital, will be placed hi a spe cial fond for further treatm e n t. He must return to ton hospital for further treatm ent tn four months. Also in the top photo, tbe youth Is holding tb a s e b a ll, autographed by all members of toe Royals’ team, and tbe fund check. Finding tt difficult to express his ap preciation to the hundreds of peo ple who came to his aid, toe youth said be was deeply indebt ed to the news media and every one who had helped In any way to \m a k e my operation p o ssible.\ His father, sm iling, raid that on Ms f irst r a y home, the plucky lad \ t r i e d \ to ride his bicycle. To which he Interjected, “I didn’t try, I did!” M iss Alice V lrkler of Beaver River Central School served as treasu r e r for the fund appeal. She said that contributions came m from Just about everywhere throughout toe northcountry. One donation came from New York City. Four area churches made alxahle contributions to tbe fund. Including Lowville Methodist, Greig Methodist, LowvlUe Bible Baptist, which arranged f o r hous ing for the youth’s parents during his stay in Boston and an are* Mennonite church. The contri butions from individuals and bus inesses were too numerous to mention. Tbe largest contribu tion was 9345 from the employes of Climax Manufacturing Com pany, Castorland, where toe lad’s father la employed. \ I guess what touches us the m o st,\ M rs. Moshler said, \la tost so msuiy people g tv e to help u t when tim es tor so many of them were not easy fo r them either. It was the thousands and thousands of prayers from the people that brought T e rry through. No one ever really appreciates Just how wonderful people are until something like this happens. We a r e certainly very deeply touched.” Youth Aid (Continued from Psge 1) program . The Division for Youth office in this region is located at Hfrte Office Bntldtng, 207 Gen esee S treet, Utica, New York, 13501. The recreation services to be provided under this project are swimming Instruction which will be carried out with beginners, interm e d ia te, and advanced in struction, physic*' fitness, hikes, picnics and pet and doll shows for the sm a ller children. Bills in tbe total amount of 914,312.53 w ere audited and o r dered paid by toe Lewis County Board of Legislators at toelr r e gular July meeting. They a r e as follows: Legislative Board - National A b stract Corporation Continua tion o f A b stract, 315; Super visors’ and County Legislators Assoc, advertisem ent, 350; total, 965. Supreme Court - General T e le phone Company of Upstate New York, service to July 15,326.11. Surrogate Court - Nichols Bus iness Equip,, maintenance on photo copier, $64; Lowville Post Office, postage, 348; total, $112. Court L ibrary - Lawyers Co op Publishing Co., law books, $82.15# D istrict Attorney - Louis A. Avallone, M.D., c o roner's physi cian, 915; D r. John Brooks, c o r oner’s physician, $15; D r. John Brooks, coroner’s p h y sician,*is; John C . Herrm an, M.D., co r o ner’s physician, $15; John C. Herrman, M.D., coroner’s phy sician, $15; John C. Herrm an, M.D., coroner’s physician, $80; Robert Smith, MJD., coroner’s physician, 915; total, 9120. Public Defender - E a rl B. Dunckel, public defender, 9224.- 23; Joseph D. McGuire, Esq., public defender, 9471.44; total, 9695.67. T reasurer - Journal and Re publican, Journal subscription, $5; NCR, monthly machine ren tal, 9500; John J. Stocker, Co. Inc., spirit fluid, $7,90; Urban K archer, travel and meeting ex penses, $145.67; Muriel F. De kin, travel and meeting ex penses, $120.75; T o tal, $780.32. Assessm ents • Albert C. Law rence, travel and meeting expen ses, 365.70; Albert C. Law rence, travel expenses, $63.20; total, $128.90. County Clerk - Vernon R. Ev ans C o , Inc., office supplies, $42.56; Hall and McChesney, Inc., recording files, 9163.02; Floyd U lrich, county clerk, postage, 9213; Floyd Ulrich, meeting and travel expanses, 3116.95; - totsL $554.83. Personnel . General Tele phone Company Upstate N.Y,, service to July 15, $35.29; J o u r nal and Republican, public h earing notice, 914.26; Pfleeger Bus iness EipUpment, Inc., envelopes, $11.30; total, 370.85. • Election* - A. M. Corporation Mulpito Division, maintenance a - greem est renewal, 9940.40; Pfleeger Business Equipment, Inc., office supplies, $22,20; Journal and Republican, p rim a ry election notice, $16.65; total, $279.26. Buildings - Village of Low- villa, water and sewer r e n t,$87.- 23; Black River Paper Co., sup plies, $153.09; General Electric Supply Co., light bulbs, $86,50; General Telephone Company Up state N.Y., service to July 15, $404.04; Lowville F a r m e rs Co op., Inc., suppUes, $9.98; North way Oil, fuel oil, $211.97; OHs Elevator Co., service for June, $215.80; Sherwin-WMlama C o ., paint and supplies, $49.87; Pflee ger Business Equip., Inc., let ters snd num bers, $4.84; Howard Russell, supplies, $2.85; WUl lam Young, rubbish collection, $13; Niagara Mohawk Power Corp., service to June 18, $275.99; to tal, $1,514.98. Office Supplies, Towns - M e. Henry Press, Inc., property tax Grants (Continued from Page 1) Turbyflll and Village Trustee Ruraell R. Z e ller. In th* lower photo, s shopper gets her first look at the new sto r e 's apsclou* inter for and an assist from a Grant saleslady. GOLF TOURNEY - The Second Annual Lewis County Cancer Golf Tournament will be held Sunday, August 5, ai the Turin Highlands Golf Course, lt wi_, announced today by Karen Ingersoll, Turin, chairman for the event. Winners of the event Iasi year were James C. Harbersoei, J r . , Watertown, low gross and Jack Woodward, Watertown, low net. The Red Crusader Jacket will again this year be awarded to the low gross winner. Working on M rs. In- gersoll’s committee will b e, M rs, Bernadette Law, M rs. Amlracyl Damon, M rs. Lillian Kielman, Mr. L a rry Jedrtck, M rs. Marilyn Dasklewiek and M rs. Jean Reed. There will be categories for men, women, couples and also a pro division. The entry fee will In clude prises, lunch and dinner. Radio station WBRV, Boonville, will broadcast a live five-hour program of the event. Last year almost $800 waa raised for th# benefit o f the Lewis Comity Unit of to# American Cancer Society. More information may he obtained by calling M rs. ingersoll at 348-8379 or Andre LaMarche at 946-8259 or by writing Mr*. Ingersoll at Box 114, Turin. card s , $362.92. Sheriff - Ailing and Cory, teletype ro lls, $78.15; B r lce’e Diving Equip., diving equipment i supplies, $5; B u rkart B ros., tire change, 39; Charles A. Buskey, accident photos, $25; General Telephone Company Upstate, N. Y ., service to 7 /15, radio-phone, $20.90; General Telephone Com pany Upstate N.Y., teletype s e r vice to July 15, 377.45; Orville Lacey, gas cap, $2.05; Lubrl Gas S a les, lubri gas, $134.25; Mobil Oil Corporation, gaso line, $237.72; Nat’l Police Chlefa and Sheriffs’ Info Bureau, lav directory, $12,50; Nuber and Ju- b e r , uniform s, $93.20; Port Ley den Post Office, postage, $24; total, $719,22. Probation - Burroughs Cor poration, office supplies, $127,- 02; Richard M, Edwards, travel expense, $72.10; General T ele, phone Company of Upstate N.Y., service to June 15,$ 122.41; Lew is County D epartm ent Highways, gasoline, $10.40; IBM Corpora tion, office supplies, $ 15.68; Don na R . Johnson, travel expense, $44.20; Lowville Post Office, pos tage, $46.45; Matthew Bender Co., law book, $30; total, $488.26. Ja il - Black R iver Restaurant Supply C o ., Inc., trays, $47.52; Bush’s M arket, groceries, $130.05; General Telephone Company Upetate N.Y., s e rvice to July 15, $194.68; Glenfield IGA, groceries, 9122.98; Clinton P. Hanno, vacuum bags, 37.75; Low ville F a r m e rs Coop., Inc., m is cellaneous supplies, 98.37: Low ville Laundry, laundry, $27.80; Niagara Mohawk Pow e r Corp., service to June 13, $75.46; Nor- tfaway O il, fuel o ll, $88.32; Ross dale F a rm s D a iry, Inc., milk and eggs, $40.86; Suburban Cable vis ion, cable rent, 98.50; total, 3749.29. Fire - Niagara Mohawk Power C o rp., service to June 4 , 924.05. Sealer of Weights and Mea su r e s - Lewis County D epartment Highways, gasoline and oil, 921.28; Stephen M, McIntyre, tra vel expenses and postage,926.65; total, $47,83. Civil Defense • American Te lephone and T*l*grapb,servicsto Jims 10, $14,60; General Tele phone Company Upstate N.Y., ferric* to July 18,395.78; Lau rence C. Peacock, travel axpen- sas, $56.40; J.J. Stocker Co., Inc., office supplies, 188.60; Frede rick J. Schneider, repair ot ge nera tor. $7.40; Watertown Office Supply,' office suppUes, $3,91: total, 1346.56. Pttolle Health Nursing-Brown ell Business Equip., foe., ateoo- re t ts, $364.80; FoxDrugCompaxy Inc., nursing supplies, $45,40; General Telephone Company of Upstate N.Y., s e rvice to July 15, $60.55; Lewis Com tyDepartm ent Highways, gas and oil, $35.94; total, $506.69. PubUc Health P.H.C. Admini stration > General Telephone Company of Upstate N.Y., ser vice to June 15, $25.03. Narcotic Guidance Council - Addiction and Drug Abuse Re ports, subscription, $22; National D istrict Attorneys’ Association, book, $9; United Church P r e s s , books, $7.60; total, $38.60. Mental Health Administration- Louis A. Avallone, MJD., com m itm ents, $40; M rs. Levi P.M. Gaylord, travel expenses, $54; General Telephone Company of Upstate N.Y. service to July 15, $24.78; total, $118,78. Social Services Administra tion - C.R, AUen, Inc., office supplies, $42.11; Carthage Re publican Tribune, auction ad, $ 7 .- 80; Mildred Harrington, medical m ileage, $16.80; IBM Corpora tion, s e rvices to equipment, $17,— 60; Keystone Envelope Co., of fice supplies, $22,32; O rville La cey, repair and service to com pany c a r s , $81.44; LowvUle P o et- master, P.O. box ren t, $10.80; Mobil Oil Corporation, gasoline, $78.30; Norton S tarr Dental Sup plies C o ., panovlslon light, $125; Ooetdi National Bank, copier ren tal to June 20, $30.28; Pfleeger Buslnes* Equipment Inc., office supplies, $13.65; Pitney -Bowes, postage machine r e n tal, $36.25; M rs. Marlon E . P o rreca, travel expanse, 914.60; Dudly Rom- baugh, travel expense, 9 12; Rud- del Business Machines Co., sup plies, $7.25; Virginia Sunderhaft, meeting expenses, $37.50; Betty- Lee Tyner, meeting expenses, $74.41; G eneral Telephone Com pany of Upstate N.Y., s e rvice to July 15, $512.60; to t a l,$ l ,140.59. Social Services Administra tion, continued . Lewis County Trust Co., food stam p s , $127,60; Lyons Falls National Bank, food stam p s, $6.05; Marine Midland Bank - Northern, food stam p s, $16.50; St. Lawrence National Bank, food stam p s , $28.40; Na Hon at Bank of N.N.Y, food SUm ps, $40,15; total, 32*6.70. Public Home - Black River Paper C o ., paper towels, $67.45; Phillip Bradahaw, Incentive pay ment, 310; Grand Union Co., Gro ceries and household item s, $ 9 8 .- 86; Kinney Drugs #20, medication for resident, $25.76; Lowville Farm e r* Coop, supplies $114.40; LowvUle Lawn and Garden, mower tracto r and supplies, $505,30; Meda Drug Co. Inc., medication tor resident, $35,38; Niagara Mohawk Power C o rp., service to May 30, $129.28; Nor thway Oil, fuel oil, $170.79; Of fice of General Service, S tare o f storage for eurpiua food, $1.68; K r m n t a l a n d ^R e p u b lican LOWVILLE, N. Y. 1 3 3 6 7 WEDNESDAY, JULY 25, 197 3 BOONVILLE FAIR-M onday,July 30 marks toe opening of the 85th Annual BoonvUle F a ir , the official Oneida County F a ir . Gates open at 10 a.m ., with the 4-H T rac tor Operator’s Contest scheduled as the first event. The Cole man B ros. Shows midway will open a t 12 noon. Monday afternoon will set Into motion toe beginning of a four day harness racing schedule which will see top drivers compete In the Nerw York County F a ir Sire Stakes end New York • Vermont F a ir Colt S takes. The feature attraction Monday evening will be toe gigantic De molition Derby with over fifty com p etitors. In this contest, lo cal drivers attem p t to demolish their opponents automobile and keep their c a r running. The last car running Is declared toe winner. In the p a s t tola attrac tion has thrilled fair patrons and kept them talking for weeks. Monday night will also s e t Into motion nightly square dance* In toe amphitheater. This most colorful event come* complete wtth a lively caller and d ancers outfitted in w estern d r e s s . WRESTLERS - A total o f IS Low ville Academy and CentralSchool w restlers, accompanied byCoach Neal Aubei, attended the North eastern Takedown and Leg- W restling Camp held at LeMoyne College tn Syracuse during the week ot July 8-13. A staff of outstanding college and high school coaches instructed the boys in toe v arious fundamentals o f toe sport. In the p icture a r e the staff P * C Food Market, groceries, $52.72; PDft Food Distributor*, groceries, $283.11; Prue’s Bot tled Gas Service, bottled gas, $6; Raymond’s Arco Station, tire change, $5; Rossdale Farm s Dairy Inc., dairy products, $59.41; John Sexton J> Co., food, *117,50; The M,F, Avery Co. cylinder rental, $3; Tri-State in dustrial Laundries, sweeping cloth services, $6; Widrlck tnd S ots , Inc., tractor oil, $3.60; General Telephone Company of Upstate N.Y,, service to July 15, $28.06; total, $1,723.27. Sendees for R e c ipient .R a lph Chapman, director, church camp expenses, $35; M rs. VlrginlaDe- Caxlo, travel expense, $30; Mrs. Irene DeLawyer, travel expense, $69.10; M rs. Rose Salmon, travel expense, $4L90; Mrs. Joyce You sey, travel expense,$11.50; total, $187.50. Veterans Services - General Telephone of Upstate N.Y., s e r vice to July 15, $38.88; Austin J . Martin, travel and meeting ex- pesse, *54 JO; total, $92.88. Youth Program - Watertown Office Supply, typewriter, $130. Historian -G a rltoPrlnlingC o ., stationery supplies, $33. Capital Fund H 890-605 Os ceola Rd. - Town of Osceola labor, S,s equip, rental *1,- 147.09. ’ Reforestation - Ray Grau, trucking, $1283.28; Ray Grau, trucking, $296,88; Hoage’s Su perette, supplies, $3.15; Lyons Falls FCA Sport Center, lawn mower r e p a ir , $7.60; Lyons F alla Farm e rs Coop,, cedar posts and staples, $6.50; Western Auto As sociate Store, oil, $8.11; Mc- Hale's Chain Saw Co., oil and chain, *30.50; Niagara Mohawk Power Corp., service to May 15. 93.48; Frederick W, Rocker, J r . , hauling and tractor labor. $205,92; Mobil Oil Corporation, g*s, oil and supplies, $63,92. total, *1909.32. Agriculture and Livestock . D r. H arry P . O’Connor, rabies control, *85. Grand Total, $14,311.63, member* and local g rapplers who attended. F i r s t Row (L-R> Coach Jim Howard, Oswego S tate; Fred Powell, NCAA champion, coach at Slippery Rock State College; Mike Sager, NCAA Champion, Coach at University of Cincin nati; Coach John Haas, River- head, Long Island; Coach Jack La Bombard, Queensbury High School; and Coach Bob Slddens, W aterloo, Iowa, and high school coach o f Olympic Champion Dan Gable. Standing (L-R): Second row - Nick Nortx, Norbert Widrlck, Steve Peebles, John Sweredoekl, Brian M ushtare, Brian Dykeman, Greg Gulgnard and Bruce Dyke man. Third row - Steve Naf- xiger, Randy Be m a t, Mike B lr - chenough, Stan Birchenough, Pat Herman and Coach Aubel. C i t e F u t u r e F a r m e r s H e r e T h irty-three members of toe Lewts Group FFA competed tn five contests for trophies and ribbons on Wednesday and T hurs day at the Lewis County Fair. F tr s t place Individuals and F irst Place Teams each received T ro phies and other winners received ribbons provided by the Federal Land Bank and toe F a r m e rs’ Production C redtt Association, Lewis County division, Bruce Francisco, manager. The winners in the contests were: Dairy Cattle Judging In dividuals - Glenn B e ller, Beaver River, first; Mark Thornton, Adi rondack, second; Jack Ross, Lowville, third; Jim Nellenback, Adirondack, fourth, and Jerry Williamson, Adirondack, fifth. The team placing* were: Adi rondack, f irst; Beaver River, se cond; and Lowville third. Milk Quality - Individuals - William Meyer, Beaver River, f irst; Glenn B e ller, Beaver R iver, second; Myrna Yancey, Beaver River, third; Mark Timrnton, Adiron dack, fourth; and David M areln- kowskl, fifth. The team plac ing* were Besver R iver, first; Adirondack, second. Forage Crops individual placlnga - Da vid Marcinkowski, Adirondack, first; Glenn B e ller, Beaver River, second; M irk Thornton, Adiron dack, third; Randy Marolf, Bea ver River, fourth; Richard Cam pany, Beaver River, fifth. The Team Placing* w ere - Adiron dack, first; Beaver River, Se cond. Small engines - Individuals, Davtd D em in, Vocational Agri cultural Mechanic*, flret; Jams* Kenealy, Vocational Agricultural Mechanic*. second; Thomas V irkler, Vocational Agricultural Mechanics, third; William St. Louis, Vocational Agricultural Mechanics, fourth; Loren Vtrk- ler, Beaver R iver, fifth. The team placing*? » Vocational Agri cultural Mech H, f irst; Vocation al Agricultural Mech I, second; and Beaver River, third. Youth T ractor Driving Contest - Junior division (14-16), Worth Nofrlger, Vocational Agricultural Me chanic, first; G arry Berrus Vo cational Agricultural Mech, se cond; Bill Bartialynski, Adiron dack, third; Jim Beyer, 4-H, fourth, Darren Jantzl, Vocation al Agricultural Mechanics, fifth. Senior Division (16-18) - Individ uals - David Demko, Vocational Agricultural Mechanics, first; James Kenealy, Vocational Agri cultural Mechanics, second: Da vid Jantzl, Vocational Agricul tural. third: Herbert E hlers voca tional agricultural mechanics, fourth; and Philip Oatroski, 4-H, fifth. S e n i o r C i t i z e n s Lowvtlle Senior Citizens held their social and birthday meeting on July 19, and 27 mem bers pre se n t C a rdsw erepIayedandM rs. Elisabeth Thisse and M rs. Butler won first p rizes. Lewis County Senior Citizens had a good turnout for singing at toe Lewis County F a ir . M rs. Mary Harris, president of the Lowville Senior C itizens, ex pressed her appreciation to a ll of the people who sang, along with M rs, Jane Lorm o re and M rs.Su san Streeter who helped make the program suth a success.