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Y * S t a t e L l T o r n r v A l b a n y , N . Y . 1 2 2 0 3 The Fastest Growing Weekly Newspaper In Norinern New York Lewie County's No. I Marketplace a l a n d & * p u b l i n m Fast Action Classifieds Ph. 376-3525 Serving the greater Lewis County area since 1830 1 4 3 R D Y E A R N O . 52 L O W V IL L E , N. Y . 13367 W E D N E S D A Y , A U G U S T 15, 1973 20 P A G E S - 15 C E N T S B o n d I s s u e N o t W a n t e d Opgxaltoa a p p e a red to b e b o lld - fag today >■ *-«wta County and ttllf a k i i i l U p state New York to A m $ $ J bUltoo transportation boad t o n , which the votera will pM * Jad g n e a t upon a t toe No­ v e m b e r • ( e a e n l election. T h e reaaoaa to r to* oppoalttoo w a re raad llr apparent: ( 1 ) H n T o r * C ity would benefit m o a t Ito m to* lam * . ( I ) The S tate M t la alread y s u fficiently high. Two y e a n ago toe voter* o t Lew is C o taty turned down a s l m - ila r ' band isane - tor $2.5 b l l - U ta - by 1 w M e r m a rgin than aay o i l e r coaaty la the sta t e . Subject to approval by tb* vo­ te r s a t to* N o v e m b e r election, to* tra a s p e r tatto a plan proposed I l Q u m r l o d i M l i f M i t t * acted bp to* T u t o N t e n a t to e ' S p e c ial S a a s ioa oo l i l y 91, wfllt ( 1 ) ca a fifty-fifty s tate-lo c a l governm ent ma tch ing baste pay to* operating deficits of New Y o rk C ity ettoways, m e tropolitan oo m a iater ra ilro a d s aad a s e tr a - r t ajteted to date debt a t I M MlUon f a r tranaportattoa n a p ttel expend i ture * of which $ 2.1 M llion Is allocated tor m a e s t r a n - a p o r t e t t e and I U bUUoa to r highway Im p rovem e n ts; aad (S) te e r e a a a tt* sta t e sh a r e o f toe c o s t a t ta r n highway Im p rove- ■ i t s from S t to 40 percent. T h a propoattoo whlcb w tll a p - on to* Novem b er ballot 1 a a l b lk n r ti \ T o facilitate toe m a intenance a t subway, boa and com m u ter ra t i fa r e s a t p r e s e n t o r low e r le v e ls, and to prowide monies fo r the acquisition, c o n s truction, reco n s tr u c tio n , im p rovem e n t and rehabilitation o f c e r ta in public tran s p o rtatio n fac ilitie s and *• qw lpm m t, ah a ll section one of ch a p ter of to* law s of ninete en hundred s eventy - t h r e e , known a a toe tran s p o r tatlco c a p i tal f a c lll- tte a bend a c t o f n ineteen hnadrad sev e n ty -th ree, authorizing toe creatio n of a s t a t e debt to toe am o u n t of to r e * billion five hun­ d r e d m inion d o l l a r s , be ap­ pro v e d ? \ Subject, o t c o u r s e , to approval b y toe v o ters and annual ap­ p ropriations by toe leg islatu r e , the $3.5 billion bond issu e to al­ located aa follow s: Highway im p rovate i n te aad purchase of abandoned railro a d tran s p o rtatio n pro p e rty : New Y o rk C ity , $250 m illion; D u tchess, N a s s a u , O range, P u t­ n a m , RocklandjSuffoIk, a n d W est­ c h e s te r counties, $400 m illion; a l l o th e r conn t i e s , $750 m illion; to t a l , $1,400 m inion. M ass tran s p o r tatio n capital Im p rovem ents — rap id tra n s it, ra ilro a d , b u s e s and m a r in a - New York C ity , I L I 00 m illion; D u tch e s s , N a a s a n , O range, Put­ n a m , Rockland, Suffolk, and W e s tchester counties, $600 m il­ lion; a l l o th e r counties, $400 m illion; to tal, $ 2,100 m il­ lion. REPAIR ROOF - People from toe congregation o f toe P ilgrim H o i- , to e s s C h u rch, H a rrlsvU le, have banded together and d o n ated labor and money to put a m u ch-needed new ro o f oo th e ir church. The In s t roofing on toe building was done 30 years ago, and to a r a th e r haphasard way, covering over a r e a s that needed re p a ir . L a s t y e a r , toe local c h u rch tripped off to e r o o f c o v e ring o n o n e s id e , r e ­ p a ired toe n e c e s s a r y a r e a s , and re-sh ln g led th a t section. Thla y e a r , they tackled toe other sk le, again rep a ir in g ro tted p a r ts of the m a in roof stru c tu r e . Tbe total pro ject, which c o a t an a p p ro­ xim a te $ 1,600, w a s m ade p o s s ible only through toe effo r ts and p e r­ severance at the congregation. T o o tter assistan c e ,d e n o m in a ­ tional m e m b e rs and p a s to r s from o th e r a r e a s , including Kingston, O n tario, B loom togdale, R u s s e ll, O g d e n sburg, and S c h e n ectady, a r ­ riv e d a t p re-scbeduled tim e s to w o rk to a w a y rem inding one of an old-fashioned b a r n ra isin g . The lo c a l church’s women prepared food fo r toe la b o r e r s . It l s un­ d e rstood tola p r a c tice o f\m u tua! aid ” ls a common o c c u rance to the H o liness C h u rch until Ju ly 10 at th la y e a r when It w a s Incorpor­ ated and b e c a m e a m e m b e r c h u rch ot to e P ilg r im H o liness deno­ m ination, a f t e r com p le ting an a f­ filiation at th r e e y e a r s . T h is de­ cision waa m a d e by m o re than th r e e - f o u r th s of the congregation and becam e official at toe church’s annual conference to A l­ bany. One of to e e a r l i e s t organized religious groups to H a rrisv ille, the c o n g regation originally m e t to a ten t an toe Island to toe O sw e - gatchle R iver n e a r to e G r ls lM llI. D u ring m o s t ol tbe early y e a r s , the pastor w s s R ev. F r a n k J o n e s . Incorporated to 1923, M r s . W al­ lace (E lsie K e a rns) A y res to a t­ tributed w ith the founding and organizing of toe cbureh a t Its presen t location. The Pilgrim H o liness C h u rch ls now s e r v e d by R e v . M aurice H o b a rt. P r i o r to com ing to H a rrlsvU le, Rev. Ho­ b a r t and h is fam ily lived ta A frica on a m issionary assignm e n t. S o u t h L e w is B o a r d M e e t s R e s c u e u n i t a p p e a l . . . L e w is B a s e d of Kdunstton was h a l l au T h u raday, Aagaat t , a t to* Jaato r - e e e icr high school to T h a hoard approved to t aa* o t tee P o r t L e y M School facilities te r tee Tdwb at Lyonsdale aa ~M I*- J , -------------- . ------ A l e t t e r at resignation w a s a e - esp ied from M r s . E leanor K a r - p to s H , etaaaer a t th* Junior- sa u te r high s c h o o l. ■ a p e rte au r a g iven t a to* B o ard ea to * p r o g r e s s ot th a E lem a u - te r y M M t a g P r o jec t. S s v s r a l aims u w behted schedule das to SMW— u s— to obtaining m a ter­ ia ls. I t to aot expected that te a r s w ill b e any delay* to to* apeuteg ad s c h o o l. M r . S e t e s t s , transportation m e a r v to o r , ladteatod that th e re wUl b e apprnslm a ts ty three lees h a s xautas la f a t d i s t r i c t tote M B . Thte t e a beau aeeompUahad i to te i a r s a s . D stoila ae rtty j assistan t J .V . football, John Batoway; c roee—co u n tr y , Clifford C r a n k a r ; eh s tr ls s s fin g , M lss Joan W illiam s ; g l r k ’ sw im m ing, M ra. E ileen Low; ssu to r c la s s ad­ v i s o r s , A B e r t Hlgby and Richard Van Ry; Junior c l a s s ad v iso r s , R o b e r t Payne and R o b e rt D lB eoe- d e tto ; sophom o re r i s e s ad v iso r s , M r s . Joyce Schooom a k e r and M i s . Neua W fisy; D ire c to r of D r a m a tics o r M u sical Produc- H su, Murvfar M u rdock; student c o e a e ll, G a ry Seelau aad Jam e s D w h a les; au d io - r l s u a l a Ida co- ordteator-hlgfc school, M rs. E v e tja Hughes; N a tional Hooor S o c iety, Louis M lbalyl; school s t o r e , G a ry Seelau; teen c a s te r . M iss Sasaa Wood; choreographer O tsatealsX M |M A udrey B rlttca; yearbook a d v te a r , B a r r y W o r- On M onday, A a g u * t 6 ,lh s L e w ls C o a a ty S e a r c h aad Raacua S e r - vlca, l a c ., bald It’s r e g u lar m e e t- tog. At tola m e e ting, a r e e o l a - . be H f r i i t tb o p e r r V aa lt T h s t w i baa adapted tbe new regal rad free touch ppltcy which pravfdaa aaw standards which a p - pUaaate m a s t n e o t . L e ttera ex - ; to* p o licy ind application w ill be m ailed to all la to* d istric t before T h e f a ll-o u t s h e lter area at toe k u l o r s e e w high achool will be atUJaed ta th e fatal* for a i p e r - vtood aettvttta* o n ly. E x tr a - c a r r i c u l a r and athletic a a a lg a m il* w e reap p r o red b y to e h o a rd aa fallow s: A thletic D i­ re c to r , Keaueth Pbelpa; vsratty teo teo n . Jam * * W right; a s s t s - ta s t varsity football, R o b e rt C a r - ate; J.V . faothafi, H a rold D o r- K e rin Adbel o f Low v llle, New Y o rk, was appointed aa an ele­ m e n tary teach e r fo r the P o r t Leyden School b u ilding. An orien tatio n w o rkshop for new staff m e m b e rs has been ap­ proved by to* b o a r d . T h e work­ shop will b e held on F r id a y , Au­ gust 31 at the Jwn lo r - s e n io r high achool b u ilding. Low bids w e re accepted by toe b o a rd to supply m ilk to toe schools in th* d i s t r i c t . S u c c e s s ful b idders w e r e C e n tr a l A d irondack D a iry and F a lrcklM D a iry . Law B ro th e rs C o a traetingC o r­ poration, i s low b id d e r s , w e r e i - w a rded co n tr a c ts to reflnlsh toe gym floor at the Juclor-senlor U g h school, and to paint toe ex­ te r i o r of toe P o r t Leyden School building. The sports schedule for the 1973-14 school y e a r w a s adopted by toe h o a rd. A special m e e ting of the board fats been scheduled f o r A ugust 23. u n less tola s e r v ic e received an agreem e n t from to e county a n d the town* ta tbe c e n t r a l Lew is County a r e s , by Septem b e r 15, toe offer to establish a volunteer am b u ­ lance would b e withdrawn. A p la n to estab lish auch a s e r ­ vice waa drum ) q i a l t e r the V irk le r Frm eritl Hom e, Inc., stated to s t it woold not provide am b u lance serv ice a f te r the end at this y e a r . The plan has been presented to toe B o a rd at L e g islato r s and to sev e r a l of toe Town B o a rds but lo date no plan to negotiate a co n tract has been proposed by them . The D ire c to r s o f toe Lew is County S e a rch and R a e c u e S e rvlce feel that unless som e thing de­ finite to a g reed upon b y S e p tem b e r 15, not enough tim e would b e lelt to r e c r u it, train and e q u ip s w o rk­ able am b u lance serv ice on a vol­ u n teer b a s is. T h e re t o t p roblem o f w h e re to house a m b u lances and equipm e n t. It Is d e s ir a b le to keep toe s tation to LowvUle because of Its cen tr a l location aad nearn e s s to toe hospital. Such equipm ent cannot be left ant to the cold anjl O ther b a d n e s s concerned the e lectio n of two d ir e c to r * , one to re p la c e M alcolm F a rn e y , who r e ­ signed, and the o th e r to fUl a vacancy that existed since Ute In­ corporation of the s e r v ice b e c a m e final. R o b e rt Yousey was e lected to r one year. C h ief Howard J a n tzl gave a r e ­ p o r t on the fir s t aid station op­ erated at toe Lew is County F a ir by m e m b e rs of th e S e a rch a n d R e ­ scu e S e rvice. He said that 31 persons w e re treated for Injuries ranging from b l i s t e r s to possible back In ju r ; suffered when a man fell from a ladder. On Saturday night, nam e s w e re draw n by Jan ice F o s te r , F a ir Q u een, fo r the p r iz e s . F i r s t p r iz e waa a 15 foot canoe won by Jim F lngera ot C roghan, second p r iz e was a 10 -sp e e d bike went to Paul Monnat of B e lfort. The th ir d p rize was a cam p stove and w ent to C lara Kovacs of Croghan and fourth p r ize was a picnic cooler that went to Gay M ande- vllle of B rantlngham . The a w a rds w e re a su c c e s s and r a ised money fo r needed equipm e n t. It was noted, however, that much m o re la needwl to hoy land search and w a ter s e a r c h equipm e n t. C o u n t y A R C P o s t s F i l l e d M appointm ent ef various m lttee chairm e n was to* light e f th e re g u la r monthly risg at tbe Lew is County ptar at th* New Y ork S tate ectatien fe r R e tarded C h ll- V held Aug. « at fa* lea’s sheltered w o rkshop an ksea S tre e t, LowvlUe. h e ch a irm e n , appelated by ocU tioa preeM a n t, C larence ley, tnriad* th* fallowing: (em b e r*kip, Susan Jacksoo- iwa; b u f f e t and ftoaace, Sally ch- faad - r a lsto g , *llzab*to te h e r ; education, w m iam lerh a ta; P*4>»c relation*. M i­ chael J. B l a i r ; t n e t t t a t i w s , M r*. Jack Y e a s ty; p r o g r a m , Irene M a rks; legal and leg islativ e , J o ­ seph M cG u ire. S e v e ral fu n d - r a isin g projects veer# discussed. Plan* w e re m ade I s faag s te s b o d s t e a l a t d a t s - son’s Auction H o u se to C a rthage on A ugust 30. A t toe annuel Lew­ is County H a rv e s t F e s tiv a l, lt waa decided to hold a tre a s u r e s a l e , bak* s a l e , C h r is tm a s card sal* asd draw ing. On D ae. 21 a g t g u t t e b a t e sale w in be held ta downtown Lowvllle aad at toe ehopptag p la z a s , at which tim e aw a r d : wfll be p resen ted . RECOGNITION AWARD 6 - D r . Kenneth E . F o r d , LowvlUe, fa r rig h t . * d ir e c to r of the TB-RD A ssociation of the Seaway A rea, In c ., and R ichard B . A n d e raoa, superintendent of Lew is Comity G e n e ral H o spital a r e shown pre­ senting $100 recognition aw a rds to Wendy M. W ldm e y e r,G lenfield, sad C arolyn C . L e e , LowvlUe. T h e htgh'S c h o o l Juniors have been enrolled to toe 1973 Health C a r e e r s P r o g r a m , tn d have worked the p a a t m o n th on a vol­ u n teer b a s is tn toe P h y s ical T h e r ­ apy and D ietary D e p a r tm e n ts , r e ­ spectively, s t Lew ts County Gen­ e r a l Hospital. D r . Ford congratulated the S tu­ dents an behalf of th* asso c ia­ tion d irecto r * fo r successfully com p letino th e ir four-w e e k \ o n - tbe-Jofc” train in g . He s tated thal the d ir e c to r s a r e Justly proud of sponsoring the H e a lth C a r e e r s Program and pointed out that In toe six years lt has been c a r ­ ried out, o n e hundred and twenty- two high school junior boys and g ir l s have p a rticipated during July and August and rem a rked that quite a few have selected future coU ege training to prep a re for a c a r e e r to one of the health field s . D r. F o r d continued tosay, ’T h e TMKMsta of F r a n k lin , J e n - e r s o n , L e w is, and S t. Law rence C o u n ties, who contribute to the annual C h ristm a s S e a l Campaign can Indeed feel a sen s e at pride to r through th e ir confidence and financial su p p o rt, the Health C a ­ re e r s Program ls a possibility, and re p r e s e n ts a sound invest­ ment of C h r lslm s a S e s lD o lU r s .” BOCES Students Hit 580 Mark F i r a t A i d J p t t o f a e O m c e r Boh O’B rien t a l f th a t h * plana to a t a r i an advanced fira t aM co u rse on Septem b e r 2 L He also s a id that the M edical E m e rgaacy Tech­ nician c o u r s e w in s t a r t oo Septem b e r 10 a t J a ffaruou C o m ­ m unity CoUege. If a n am b u la n ce serv ice Is established, lt to the to ten tlon of the d ir e c to r s of this w ilt to have e v e ryone who volun­ te e r s tor a m b u lance duty b e c e r ­ tified by tbe state is m e d ical em e rgency technicians. It ls the intention of the Lew is County S e a rch and Rescue S e r ­ vice, Inc., to provide e m e rgency serv ices w h e n ever and w h e re- ev e r needed. T h is t a land s e a r c h , w a ter s e a r c h and e m e rgency m e­ d ical serv ice s . To e ffectively do th is m ore volunteers a r e needed. A lso needed a r e funds to buy equipm ent and f u tu r e fund-raising plans a r e being p r e p a red. Anyone who would like to becom e m e m b e rs o r m ake d o n a tions can do so by contacting Joe Loconti, president, John Boyd, v ice- president, F r e d S c h n e ider, s e ­ c r e t a r y , Howard J a q tz l, C h ief, R o b e rt J . B row n , R o b e rt Yousey o r Ed P ierce, d ir e c to r s . The next reg u lar m e e ting will be on Monday, S e p tem b e r 10, Reading Program Report T h ree s u m m e r s ago, a new Idea w a s conceived at B e a v e r R iver C e n tral School, B e a v e r F a U s , of taking rem e d ial reading to the neighborhoods o f students In the widely scattered school d i s t r t c t - something like the o ld,one-room , ru r a l school Idee. C h u rch b a s e ­ m e n ts, Grange H a n s , a n d , to one Instance a teach e r ’s hom e, have been utilized. The m o tivation and enthusiasm of the students a r e particularly noticeable for sev e r a l reasons; (1) There a r e no distractions from their reading p ro g r a m s . ( 2 ) T h e students a r e taught Individu­ ally and tn sm a ll groups. Each child w o rks at hi* own level of ability. (3) Reading m a c h ines of sev e r a l types, audlo-vlsual e - qulpm ent, and an abundance of fascinating supplem e n tary re a d ­ ing m a terial geared to their p a r t ­ icular In terests a r e used. (4) Even though bus s e r v ice c annot be provided, pupils seem to enjoy walking o r rldLng ta e lr bicycles to a center In th e ir own home a r e a . Ptay c lothes are w o rn and som e chUdren com e barefooted. (5) Her* tensions » r« absent and learning becom e* fun. T h is year rem e d ial mattmma - (Continued on Page 1-B) Approxim ately 580 students have re g i s t e r e d to r c la s s e s at th e Lewis County A r e a O e cupa- tiuuai Canter tor toe fall se­ m e s t e r . The f i r s t re g u la r day o f attendance f o r s tudents l s Wed­ nesday, Sept, 5 . S taff m e m b e rs w ill r e p o r t oo S e p t. 4. The center enrolled 191 stu­ dents during I t s f i r s t y e a r to 19- 85 and h a s grow n each y e a r . Approxim ately 50% ofaH s tudents attending lo c a l high s c h o o ls , who a r e eleventh o r tw e lfth g r a d e r s , will b e attending cla s s e s at the c e n t e r . E a c h y e a r has seen grow th In the serv ice s provided adults ot the a m to addition to the unlqne needs o f local Indus­ trie s . P rogram s have been e s ­ tablished Cor a d u l t s , veterans and handicapped s tu d e n ts. O v e r 300 adults p a r ticip a ted In evening c o u r s e s d u r in g th e p a s t school j a r . Tbe adwlsoi-y b o a rd to the oc­ cupational p rogram plays a n I m ­ p o r tan t r o l e t a d w a s Instrum e n tal to the boose-bullding p r o ject con­ ducted by the cen ter tote p e s t year. M em b e rs o f toe A d v isory B o a rd Include: F r a n c i s Foy of Added Social Security The Watertown so c ia l s e c u r it y office ts tak in g applications fo r supplem e n tary sec u r it y Incom e paym e n ts, a F e d e r a l program sta r t i n g J a u t a r y 1974 that wUl establish an incom e floor to r In financial peed who a r e _ o v * r , car diaettisid, o r b it e d , . C h a r le s E , B e faafids, W atertow n d i s t r i c t m a n a g e r c M soefal s e c u r ­ ity , *aM today. People now getting ok) age a s s is ta n c e , o r u d from county depa rtm e n t s at so c ia l serv ices batatas* th t y are blind o r d is­ abled, donottaeve t o apply. They w ill get m o r e Inform ation la te r about boa the p rogram w ill a ffect them . The firs t monthly paym e n ts under the new F e d e r a l p rogram w ill b e m ade In Jan u a r y 1974. Until then, county so c ial a t r v l c e s o f f ices will c o n tinue to m ake p a y ­ m e n ts tn tiie u s u a l way. “ F e d e m l supplem e n tary s e ­ c u r ity Income paym e n ts w in be m ade by th e S o c i a l Security Ad­ m inistration, bu t financed b y ge­ n e ral revenue*, n o t by s o c ial s e ­ cu rity caotrBsiU o o s from w o r­ k e r s , th e tr em p lo y e rs, tn d tbe self-em p loyed,’’ M r, Reynolds pointed out. 'til’s not the sam e a s social s e c u r it y .” Tbe aim of th e new program to to provide s u p p lem ental p a y m e n ts to cases o f need s o that people 86 or o s a r , o r blind, o r disabled w ill have a basic cash Income of a t le a s t *130 a m o n th to r one p e r s o n and i $195 a month t o r a couple. Under re c e n t am e n d ­ m e n ts, these payment# will In­ c r e a s e to $140 and $210 for J u ly 1974. “ T h is d o w n ’t m e a n e v e r y eli­ gible per*™ o r couple will re ­ ceived Hast muck e v e r y month,” M r. Reynolds explained. \T h e actual amount will depend a n haw much other Income he h a s .” States may add to the baste F e d e r a l paym ent to provide a h ig h e r level o f income. Eligibility f o r th e F e d e ral pay­ ments wtll depend not only on the am o u n t of Income a p e r s o n has bu t on tbs value of h ts a s s e t s . ‘til you’T e s in g le — o r m a rried but not llwtng with your husband o r wife — yon can mm property worth up t o $ 1,500 and still get the F e d e r a l paym e n ts,” M r. Rey­ nolds said. “ A couple can own property w o rth up t o $2,250. How­ ev e r , nol everything you own h a s to be c o u n ted.” A home t r e a s o n a b l e value will not be considered an a s s e t , no r ■will liens be p u t a n the hom es of people getting the new paym e n ts. Personal effects and household goods won’t count tn moet c a s e s . Insurance po licies o r a c a r may not affect eligibility,dependlngon th e ir value. Certain Income w tll be d i s r e ­ garded in d e term in in g theam o u n t o f payment. T h * f ir s t$ 6 5 a month o f earnings won’t b e Included (n counting Incom e , a n d only h a lf of addltlonil M in in g s will count. Except f o r w a rnings, any other Incom e above th# first $20 a month generally w ill reduce the F e d e r a l paym ent. This Includes social security benefits, ve­ terans* p a y m e n ts, w o rkm e n ’s c o m p e t i t i o n , pensions, an n u i- (Conttnued on Page 1-B) D e e r R iver, B e r y l F r e e m a n of L o w v llle, G e o rge G e e b e r t o f B e a ­ v e r F a l l s , B lair Law of Lyons F a l l s . Bvxne O 'C o n n o r of L o w - w iue, G erald K e e n or G lenfield, C . J a m e s Shapland of Lorwrllle, FtlchaLTd S m ith of L o w v llle,D o u g ­ la s B r o d le o f L o w v llle, M rs. S h ir le y P a r k e r o f LowvlUe and C a r l K lelm ann of LowvUle. T h e house th a t ls being con­ stru c te d by v a r io u s c l a s s e s Is lo c a ted o n the G lendale Rood, op­ p o s ite th e O c c u p a tional C e n ter. V isito r s a r e alw ays w e lcom e to hour the building. T h is building should b e com p leted in M a y , 1974 EXCHANGE STUDENT - K r i s t i n a A n n ette S te in , of N u rnberg, G e r­ m a n y (population 450,000) wUl be arrlw lng to Low v U le, August 23, She will rem a in throughout the achool y e a r , under tbe auspices of tlM A m e rican F ield S e rv ice, joining tb e se n i o r c la s s at Low­ vllle Academy,. Now, 1 7 , s h e h a s bMB aa ex c e llen t s tudent and has gatawd p ro f icien c y to E n g lish, Frsateh, a n d L a t i n , a long with h e r n a tive G e rm a n , and hopes to be­ com e an In terp r e ter; She Is the only chUd at Jo e e f (an engineer) and U r s u la Stein. K r is tin a h a s m any and v a ried In te r e s ts. She ls tond of m u s ic at a l l types, Including c la s s ic a l, J u t and rock aad plays g u itar. A rt, draw ing, and g raphics a r e Im p o rtant to h e r , and she hopes to continue t o study th e s e in tbe fu tu r e . She lik e s reading, knit­ ting, and getting t o know d ifferent kinds of people. In the sp o r ts fie ld , th e exchange student h a s participated enthusiastically to ski In*, v o lleyball and r id in g . Wiille in LowvUle, K r is tin a wUl b e r e s id in g with the fam ily o f M r. and M rs. Joseph B o lssy, Dayan S t r e e t , She wtll have th ree A - m erican siste r s - L e s lie , la , Am y, 16, and B a r b a r a , 15. In o r d e r to give h e r tim e to adjust to A m e rican language and cus­ to m s , K ristina wUl not be free to address com m u n ity groups until D e c e m b e r, a f te r w h ich she would enjoy being the g u e s t of s e v e r a l. \Throughout the e n t i r e y e a r . It ts hoped th a t p e r s o n s will invite K ristina Into th e ir hom e s and to various s o c ia l a c t iv itie s , tn o r d e r that ate wtll know the people of Lowvllle well and that they will (C o n tinued on Page 1 -B) and w in be sold to the h ig h e s t b id d e r. The c o m plete Itsttagof c o u r s e s available to high school s tudents include Advanced B u s iness M a­ chines, A g riculture 1 and 0 , Ag­ ricu ltu r a l M echanization, Auto Body R e p a ir, Auto M e c h a n ics, Beauty C u lture, C a r p e n try , C o n - servation. D a ta P r o c e s s ing, E . le c tr lc a l T r a d e s , F a rm P roduc­ tion and M anagement, Food P r e p ­ aratio n , Heating, Plum bing and R e frigeration, P ractical N u r s ­ ing, M achine T r a d e s and tb e C o ­ operative Work Study. M erchan­ dising and D isplay will be a bow program and s t a r t s tills Sept­ e m b e r. , To accom m o d a te the In c r e a s e to student enrollm e n ts , th e f o l­ lowing changes wtll take place: T h e P r a c tical N u rsing P r o g ram w in be using the Lewi* C n a s ty GeoeralH o spltal and ths C a r thage A re* Hoepltal f o r c linical ex p e r ­ iences th ree days p e r w e ek, a late afternoon section o f Auto M echanics I wlU be held from 2:45 until 5:15 and a teacher a s ­ sistan t will b e employed In fa s ‘C a rpentry P rogram . M rs, M ureen C o las w in teach food preparation, replacing M rs. Helen Kogut, M rs, J a c k ie M ini- gan has been employed to seste t , to the s u p e rvising of n u r s ta g s ta - dents during th e ir clin ical a a - perlence. Jam e s A rvanltes, d ir e c to r et vocational education, also r e ­ ported the c o m pletion of p lans l o r tiie evening a d u lt p rogram , which should s ta r t O c tober 1. B ro­ chures will b e sen t through fas m a ll tn S e p tem b e r, d e scribing f a s sixteen courses to be ottered aad the method of registering. Bowling Pin Thief Arrested A 30-year-old LowvUle m a s sms a r r e s ted by LowvlUe PoUa* C h ief Robert McCue aad State Police of the LowvUle S a b e t*thou on Monday, Aug. 13, to eonnecttaa with the theft of sev e r a l thou­ sand dollars worth at bowttag pins from AM F , toe., L o w v in*. According to BCI Investigator R.O. Polett, Leonard Leo Oafeas, N o rth State S tr e e t, was taken teto custody on a charge at secoad degree grand larceny. Investigator Polett s a id f a t t a r - ceny had been taking place over a period ol about four month* and was brought to the a ttention of the police by AMF officials. O a k es, represented by A t­ torney E a rl B . Dunckel, Low­ vUle, appeared before acting V U- lage Police Ju s tice C b a r Is* O. T u rbyflll, who referred the e a s e to th e Lewis County G rand J u r y . Oakes was released In the c u s ­ tody of his a ttorney, pending grand Jury action. Polett said additional a r r e a t s a r e expected in the c a s e . F a i r S u c c e s s A t B o o n v i l l e T b * s u c c e s s o f a good county lair can be m e a s u red in many w a y s. D ire c to r s of the 85th BoooTtlle F a ir, which e nded a s i x - da; mm o n S a turday, Aug. 4 , have evaluated the event and a r e pleased w ith the r e s u l t s . P rem ium S e c r e ta r y M ildred Flckfcohm r e p o r ted that prem ium payments to e x h ib ito rs at the f a ir will exceed $20,000. G reat en - thusiaan was generated thts year with the construction of the new eihflbtt h a ll. Ample lighting and varying displays made the new exhibit building one of the fa ir highlights. C o m m e rcial exhibits w e re up considerably o v e r last y e a r with the K iw a n ls B u ilding filled to c a ­ pacity *x»d sp a c e outside also beta* used. P lans f o r next year Include co n s tr u c tion facilities to allow tor additional com m e rcial space. A ttendance figures would tnd! - cate a 16% Increase oyer la s t year with 41,353 patron* passing thrwu»ti fo* g a te s . T h e biggest afternoons w e re the C h ildren’s Daysr on T u e s d a y and F riday. Tuewdiy afternoon’s attendance was 4,779 and F r id a y ’s was « - 375. The two f e a ture evening a t t r a e - tlons w e re the Jeannte C . RUay Show on Friday and the Jot* Chitwood T h rill Show o n S a turday. M ias Riley drew over 8,000 a a d Jote Chitwood: T h rill Show oa S a - Saturday drew 6,000. F r id a y waa the biggest day to the fa i r ’s fa year history, NeweU W agoner, t e lr p r e s M s a t said of the f a i r , \T h ts waa o a t best fair ev e r . We a ttem p ted to give som ething to r everyoa*. While we had a subetantU l at­ tendance increase oar costs w e re also up. C o n struction casta fa . eluded $25,000 to r the new Exhibit H all, $5,000 to r th# new hoot* ring, $2,500 for road w o rk Bad lighting. The entertainm e n t package was $25,000 and payroll b e f o re-an d during the fa i r w a a $10,000. O y e r $5,000 of o a r own money will go to p a r prem taxaa fo r exhibitors and advert!*tag cost* will be close to $ 8 , 000 . One c a n readily see then i f w a r * going to be able to continue aad give people a b e tter coaaty l a t r , we must have an Increased a t ­ tendance each y e a r .” F a ir officials thanked ewerjsaa* who mad* tbe fair a Including work*re

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