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C o u n t y A u d i t s , P a y s B i l l s O f $ 2 1 , 8 6 4 rtH S T FILM - The first of tlw fjw - w r u o Audobon wildlife Sim s wtll be presented st tbe Lowvtlle Academy and Central Sebool auditorium on September 1*. Tbe profram will start at TiSO p,nu, and wUl feature Joto D . Baiter wttb \WUd Teooe. Tan a s a e e ts not a state mat ta caaerally (bought of In terms of wilderness beauty. Yet, over ooe-half of tt is evergreen tim­ ber land, and I t s incredibly var­ ied topography and climate ts boat to a great diversity of life form*. Within this one state tbrlve saarly every variety of wildlife that may be found from tbe Gulf of Mexico to Canada - a unique collection which serves as sub­ ject of John Bulger’s latest film. Tickets for the evening per­ formance will be available at the door at the price of $1.50 for ad­ ults, and 50 cents for students. Season tickets are still oo sale for the full five-film series at $6 for adults and $2 for stu­ dents, The season tickets may he purchased from any Kiwants member, Mlhalyl Insurance Of­ fice, The National Bank In C r o ­ ghan and LowvUle, Lewis Coun­ ty Trust Company, or at the door the evening of the showing. The Audubon Film Series ts being brought to Lowville by tbe LowviUe Ktwanls Club. 2 3 Join Faculty At School Here Twaaty-three new teacbars and administrators nave Jo into ihe staff of LowvUle Academy and Caatral School, according to Ro­ bert B . McNeUly, district prln- cfcaL They are as follows; Mra. Sandra Arthur - Prtm- mary • Graduate of L .A .C.S. and •f SUNY - Oawego, previous ex­ per i ence to South Lew is and in low v ille, hasband, Richard, 3 cM d ren, uvea in Marttnsburg. Gerald Baaach . Chemistry • Native of Eastcbester, graduate of SUNY . Potsdam, graduate work and teaching at University of Hew Hampshire, wife will sub­ stitute, living in M rs. Whalen's hows a , LowvUle, interested tn swimming. David BUsett • Mathema­ tics • NsUve of Grand island, graduate of McKendre CoUege la Illinois, graduate work at SUNY - Plattsburg, recently dis­ charged from the A ir Force, now la the Reserves, taught here prior to m ilitary service, married aad b*a oae ehUd, living at%giotPs aa Park Avaoaa. M r s . Patricia Carpenter - Grade e - Native ot Odesst- Maatoer A m , graduate of SUNY JJprttamL taught prevloaaly at q Ms sa-lftp f o g aad ia LowvUle, bsatw n , Carlton, works at AM F, two children, lives on Summit I M M . I . ffttOun Cbnrroo - G r a d e d - Nattvw of Ogdsoatmrg, graduate of Wmtnm P m u College in Iowa, tangfct previously nt D a llas, Iowa, ■tarried, two children, living on Clinton Street, interested In foot- Barbara Colombo - High School Secretary - Graduate of Beaver River Central School, studied at SUNY - Buffalo, graduate of J.C .C ., previously worked at La­ tex Fibre sad Agricultural In­ surance, Uvea at Castorland RJD. Nancy E , Coentll - English - Native of T r o y , graduate of Col­ lege of S L Rose, M.A. from ti­ l l vers lty of Chicago, additional credits from s u n y • Albany, taagtrt previously in Troy, work­ ed st a publishing bouse tn A l- bsay. Daniel L . Duke - Assistant Principal, T - 12 — Native of Richmond, V a ., graduate of Yale (Phi Beta Kippe), graduate work at Temple, E d . D. candidate at SUNY . Albany, previous teaeh- taf at Ablngton, Pa., Voorhees- vtUe, R u ssell Sage College, Y ale, ARiaay Open School, has several works about to be published, has worked ta Kenya, Africa, has studied RussianandSwthlll.mar- riad, one child, living on Dayan S t m t . M rs. Polly Jenack Finn - c lerk for nurse's office - Graduate of Bkrtirvtlle Central School, had Nurse's Aid Training at L.C.G J K ., worked previously at ta* hospital and for Gordon GIng. arleh, husband, Ed , works for N.Y. State, three children, U s e s o l Jefferson Street. Mary Hanson « Grade 6 - Na­ tive of Adame Center, graduate of Keuka College, worked pre­ stos* ty at Jefferson County As­ sociation for Ratarded Children, has traveled extensively tn Eu­ rope, enjoys singing, cooking and music. In Kendallvtlle, Ind., graduated from Hesstoo Junior College and Goshen, graduate work at Indians Unirerslty, taught previously In Kendall v llle, Ind., husband, San­ ford, teaches tn Copenhagen, liv­ ing st M rs. Fear’s , Trinity Ave­ nue. Linda LelchtwelS - Health Edu­ cation — Graduate of L.A .C .S. and Hudson Valley C .C ., graduate of SUNY - Brockport, taught health ta New Hartford, substituted tn LowvUle and Utica, interested in sports, living at C.O . Smith’s on Park Avenue. M rs. Sharon McCawley - Eng­ lish - Native ot Brooklyn, grad­ uate of Brooklyn College, grad­ uate work at Hunter CoUege and N.Y. U ., has worked a s an edi­ tor, for the Friends of th# E a rth, and for the S ierra Club, husband, Jim , l s a writer, Hying Just off Route 12 near Fred Ramos* farm, interested tn ballet, conservation, and pets. Barbara Ann Moore • Guid­ ance - Native of Summit, N .J., summer home in Vermont, grad­ uate of Washington CoUege, M. E D . from University of Dela­ ware, previously worked at North East, Maryland, at the University a t Delaware, and at Em m a Wil­ lard Seaeot, fcaa travelled sot- tenslwely. Interested ta horse­ back riding, skiing, living at D e . kln’a an tbe Parkway. Donna Ranaleer -Special C lass - Native of LowvUle, graduate of L.A .C .S ., graduate of SUNY at Buffalo, previously worked as s volunteer with special classes, now working at Lewis County Courthouse, living on Park Ave­ nue, Robert L , Smith - assistant principal. K-6 - Native of St. Johnsvfllej studied at SUNY - Coble* kill and SONY - Ctawego, graduated from Hartvick College, M. ED . from North Adams State College, Massachusetts, taught previously at Berkshire Farm School and New Lebanon Central •Sch&l, science coordinator at New Lebanon Central School, his wife ts a teacher, on# child, living, after October I , at M rs. Mackenrte’s on Trinity Avenue. Daniel R. Swanberry • Grade 6 - Native of Elbrldge, grad­ uate of SUNY - Oswego, hast sub­ stituted in Elbrldge-Jordan and In East S yracuse, has been work­ ing tn Old Forge, interested in roll. sJdlnr. Anna Tabolt « Prim a ry - Na­ tive of Croghan, graduate ofCol- lege ot St. Rose, M.S.W. from Syracuse School of Social Work, graduate work at Oswego, taught previously in Rochester and Lowville, did social work In On­ ondaga, Oneida and Monroe coun­ ties, lives on Shady Avenue. Kenneth J , Wolf, director of Physical Education and Athlet- les - N a t iv e of Queens, grad­ uate of N. Y ,U,,M .A . from N .Y.U., Ed . D . candidate at N .Y.U ., ape. claltitog ta education, taught pre­ viously In Manhattan, forth#phy­ sically handicapped,Ulster Coun­ ty C.C.,OueensCollege, Peterson State CoUege, and South Plain­ field, N .J., very active In pro­ fessional associations. Wheel, chair Sports coach tor U.S. and Olympic leams, many years of coaching, living at M rs. B e ter’s Allen ksnan -so c ia l studies - °*t Park Avenue. N a t i v e o f G r e a t N e c k , g r a d u a t e , \ * z * l t ” E n g l i s h - o f D u k e U n i v e r s i t y , g r a d u a t e w o r k N a t lT * o f S c o t i a , g r a d u a t e o f S U N Y a t T u f t s , e m p lo y e d a t N e w W o r ld a t Albany, M .A . fr o m S U N Y - C o a l i t i o n , a s o c l a l s e r v l c e a g e n c y A lb a n y now p e n d in g , h a s s n b s i l . th a l d i s t r i b u t e s e d u c a t io n a l m a « J ? 1 * 5 H S c o f l a - G l e n v l U e an d t e r l a l s , tau g h t at M e d fo r d A l t e r - S c h a lm t m t , w o r k e d a s E d u c a t i o n , n a t i v e High S c h o o l , h i s t r a v e l e d 31 C o n s u lta n t fo r T a c o n l c P r o - e x t e n s l v e l y lit E u r o p e , in t e r e s t e d In t e r e s t e d ta th e a t r e . In b a s k e t b a l l . G e o r g e R . K e y s e r - A g r l c u l - tu T e / C o n s e r v a t l o n - N a t iv e o f A r r i v t - H H o I t It* Schoharie County, graduate of S U N Y - C o M e s k t ll an d th e U n i- M r , and M r * . D o n a ld In g e r - v e r s l t y o f G e o r g i a , tau g h t la s t s o i l , M a r t t n s b u r g , r e c e l v e d a t e l - y e a r In G e o r g i a , l i v i n g on T r i m - option# c a l l e a r l y F r i d a y m o m - t y A v e n u e , c o m e r o f P a r k , In - t a g , A u g . 26 fr o m t h e i r d a u g h . te r e s t e d In e x h ib itin g c a t t l e a n d t e r , S h a r o n T u c k e r s a y i n g s h e b o w lin g . and h e r fa m i l y w o u ld a r r i v e a t C a r o l K o p a c k « G r a d e 5 - S y r a c u s e a i r p o r t s o m e t i m e W e d - N a t i v e o f P o r t L e y d e n , a t t e n d e d n e s d a y , S e p t . 5 . M r . an d M r s . SUNY\ - A lb a n y , g r a d u a t e d fro m R o n a ld T u c k e r a n d c h i l d r e n , M l - S U N Y - O s w e g o , h a s su b s t it u t e d c h e l l e an d M a t t h e w , h a v e been w o r k e d fo r B O C E S , w o r k * a t In Ja p a n fo r tw o y e a r * w h ile C o n s t a b le H a l l , liv i n g In P o r t M r . T u c k e r w a s s e r v i n g In th e L e y d e n . IV * . N a v y , M r . T u c k e r ts th e M r s , G a y L e h m a n - G r a d e 6 - so n o f M r . and M r * . W illia m N a t i v e o f C a n a d a , liv e d r e c e n t l y T u c k e r , lo n g R e a c h , L o n g f s la n d . A total ot $21,864.32 111 b ills and claims were audited and o r ­ dered paid at the regular month­ ly meeting o l the Lewis County Board of Legislators oo Sept. S. They are a s follows: Reserved F o r Emcutnbrance, Prior Years • LowviUe Laundry, cleaning, total, $15.50. Legislative Board - Business Services Co., office supplies, $62.60; Business Services Co., supplies, $19.20; Paul C , M e n , conference expense, $146.50; to­ tal, $228.30. Clerk ot Legislative Board - C . R . AUen, inc., office supplies, total, $7.12. Supreme Court -GeneralTele- phooe Company ot Upstate N. Y ., service to Sept, 15, $24.72; IBM, maintenance agreement, $48.75; Lawyers Co-op Pub. Co ., law supplement, $10.35; Lowville Post Office, postage, $40; Mat­ thew Bender Co.. law supple­ ments, $25; total, $148.82. Surrogate Court • North Country Estates, bond premium, $21.25. Court Library - Lawyers Co­ op Pita. Co., law books, $82.50; Matthew Bender Co., law books, $50.50; Matthew Bender Co., law ' books, $179; w u iiam s Press, inc., law book supplement, $12.- 50; West Publishing Co., law book, $50; West Publishing Co., law book supplements, $261.50; total, $636. D istrict Attorney - Earle E, Barnes, M J ) . , coroner’s physi­ cian fee, $15; John C . B e rm a n , MJD., coroner’s physician fee, $15; Nathaniel B . M e rrell, tra­ vel and misc. expense, $41.55; Robert Smith, U P . , coroner’s physician fee, $15; Charles A. Buakey, accident photos, $15; House a t Good Sam aritan, use ot autopsy room, $38.03; Karen Reape, stenographic services, $50; D r . Joven G . Kuan, autop­ ay services* $100; total, $289.68. Public Defender • Joseph D. McGuire, public defender, $58.- 62; E a r l B Qunckel, public de­ fender, $10 E a r l B. Dunckel, public defender, $213: total, 281,62. Treasurer - Keystone En­ velope Co* office supplies, $8.- 71; Lowvtlle Post Office, postage, $24; National Cash Register, ma­ chine rental to Oct. X, $425; total. $457.71. Assessments » Albert C . Law­ rence, travel and meeting ex­ penses, $101,75; total, $101.75. Tax Advertising and Expense • Journal md Republican, tax r e ­ demption notices, $1,270.76. County Clerk - Journal and R e ­ publican, legal notice, $5.20; Business Service* Co ., copy ma­ chine supplies, $19.20; Hall and McChesnej, Inc., recording files for July, $269.85; Joyce F . Pel- lam, meeting and travel expenses, $17.40; Floyd J . Ulrich, postage and express, $118.33; total, $429,98, Law » County Attorney » Bus­ iness Services Co ., photo copy paper, $18.05; Kenneth B . Wolfe, county attorney, mileage ex­ pense, $10; total, $28.05. P e r s o n n e l - G e n e r a l T e lep h o n e C o m p a n y of U p s t a t e N . Y . , s e r ­ v i c e to S e p t 1 5 , $ 2 3 . 9 1 ; L o w ­ v U l e P o s t O f f i c e , p o s t a g e , $ 4 0 ; to t a l . $63.91. Elections . Postmaster, pos­ tage, total, $100. Buildings . O H s Elevator C o ., service to Aug. 31,$215.80; L e w . vllle Electric, Inc.,electrical r e ­ pairs, $118,40; General T e le , phone Company ol Upstate N . Y „ service toSsspt, 15,$578.27; Black River Paper Co., supplies, $35.- 20; Black River Paper Co ., misc. supplies, $51.55; Utica Floor Maintenance, Inc., cleaning a ap­ plies, $53.33; Northwsy O il, fuel oil, $5.16; North Country Estates, Inc., auto liability Insurance, $508.57; Niagara Mohawk Power Corp., service to Aug, 16, $242.. 64; total, $1,608.92. C o m m u n ity C o l l e g e - J , C . € , , tot tton c h a r g e b a c k s , $ 2 , 3 7 7 ; T o m p ltn s C o r t l a n d C o m m u n it y C o l l e g e , tu i t i o n c h a r g e b a c k s , $ 5 3 6 . 0 0 ; to t a l , $ 2 , 9 1 5 . S h e r i f f - E s s e n l o h r M o t o r s , I n c . , c a r r e p a i r s , $ 5 2 . 6 1 ; G a r ­ lan d C t t y P a r t * C o r p . , a u t o s u p ­ p l i e s , $ 3 . 8 0 ; G e n e r a l T e lep h o n e C o m p a n y o f U p s t a t e N . Y , , s e r ­ v i c e to S e p t . 1 5 , $ 2 0 . 9 0 ; G e n ­ e r a l T e leph o n e C o m p a n y of U p ­ sta t e N . Y _ , te le t y p e s e r v i c e to S e p t , 1 5 , $ 7 7 . 4 5 ; G e r a l d A . N o r t e , I n c . , a u t o r e p a i r s , $ 1 5 , 9 0 ; M o b il O il C o r p ., g a s o l i n e , $ 6 4 , 3 6 ; M o ­ b i l O i l C o r p . , g a s o l i n e , $ 1 4 6 . 7 4 ; M o b il O il C o r p . , g a s o l i n e , $ 1 1 3 . - 6 9 : MobU O il C o r p . , g a s o l i n e , $ 3 0 , 8 5 ; N ich o ls B u s i n e s s E q u ip ., c o p y m a c h in e p a p e r , $ 5 2 .6 8 ; N o r t h C o u n t r y E s t a t e s , In c ., a u t o lia b i l i t y in s u r a n c e , $ t , 2 7 3 „ 8 7 ; N u b e r and H u b e r , In c ., u n ifo r m and s u p p l i e s , $ 5 0 . 3 0 ; P a t r i c i a J . S m i t h , p o s t m a s t e r , p o s t a g e , $ 2 4 ; R a y m o n d 's A r e a S t a t io n , e a r s u p p l i e s , $ 6 J O ; to t a l , $ 1 , 9 3 3 , 1 5 , P r o b a t io n - H e n r y H , Sc’-aab »n d S o n , bond p r e m i u m , $ 1 3 ; M o b il O il C o r p . , g a s o l i n e , $ 3 9 . * 7 5 ; Donna R , J o h n s o n , t r a v e l ex ­ p e n s e s , $ 1 9 . 7 0 ; E s s e n l o h r M o ­ t o r s , In c ., auto r e p a i r s , $ 1 0 . 5 0 ; N o r t h C o u n t r y E s t a t e s , auto lia ­ b i l i t y In s u r a n c e , $ 1 7 8 , 1 0 : L e w t s C o u n ty D e p a r t m e n t o f H ig h w a y s , g a s o l i n e , * 2 3 . 3 1 ; G e n e r a l T e l e ­ phone C o m p a n y o f U p s t a t e N . V ., s e r v i c e to A u g . 1 5 , $ 1 2 2 . 3 2 ; R i c ­ h a r d M . E d w a r d s , tr a v e l e x ­ p e n s e s , $ 5 7 . 5 0 ; L o r e n A . S c h o f f , t r a v e l e x p e n s e s $ 2 1 . 4 0 ; to t a l , $ 4 6 5 . 5 * . Ja il - John C . Herrman, M. D,, treatment to inmate, $20; John C , Herrman, MJD., medi­ cal consultation wtth prisoner, $10; LowviUe Pharmacy, medi­ cation and ja il suppUes, $14.86; Black River Paper Co., supplies, $29.95; General Telephone Com­ pany o t Upstate N. Y,, service to S e p t . 15, $223.13; Glenfield I.G.A.. groceries, $231.75; Gor­ don Glngerlcb, electrical service and supplies' $31; Grand Union, groceries, $41.88; John Matule- wtcz, potatoes,$10.60; MedaDrug Company, Inc., drugs and sup­ plies, $17.92; Niagara Mohawk Power, service to Aug. 13, $78.43; Northway O il, fuel o i l , $52.41; Rossdate Farm s Dairy. Inc., milk and eggs, $37.10; .Su ­ burban Cablevislon, TT cable rent, $5.50; total, 804.43. Fire - Niagara MobawkPower, service to Aug. 2 , $ 2 4 . 2 4 ; total, $24.24, Sealer Weights and Measures - Lewts County Department of Highways, gasoline, $13.82; North Country Estates, anto liability Insurance, $73.72; Stephen M. McIntyre, travel expense, $59.- 85; total, $146.89. C iv il Defense-Am erican T e le­ phone and Telegraph, servtce to Aug. 10, $14.50; General Tele­ phone Company of Upstate N. Y., servtce to Sept. 15, $111.- 73; North Country Estates, In­ surance, $70.92; Laurence C. Peacock, travel expense, $26.- 60; total, $223.75. Public Health Nuralng - C a lL Association of Home Health A- gene les, book, $4; American Journal of Nursing, magazine subscription, $14; Fox Drug Co., Inc., medical supplies, $21.01; Essenlohr Motors, Inc., car In­ spection and repairs, $14.59; General Telephone Company of Upstate N. Y., servtce to Sept. 15, $45.60; North Country E s ­ tates, Insurance, $572.38; Miss Marie Schweitzer, supplies, $3.- 76; Wyeth Laboratories, supplies, $28; total, $703.34. Public Health P.H.C. Admin­ istration - General Telephone Company of Upstate N. Y ., s e r ­ vtce to Aug. 15, $25.82; Low­ vUle Poet Office, postage, $32; total, $57.62. Mental Health Administration- Flore R . Bronga, travel expense, $38,50; International Business Machines, typewriter ribbon, $ 22 . 30 ; General Telephone Com­ pany of Upstate N. Y . , service to Sept. IS , $21.35; M rs, C a r l M u . le r , travel expenses, $115.90; to­ tal. $196.05. S o c i a l S e r v i c e s A d m in is t r a ­ tio n - C . R . A l l e n , In c . , o f f i c e s u p p l i e s , $ 1 6 . 7 5 ; C . R . A l l e n , I n c . , o f f i c e s u p p l i e s , $ 4 2 .6 0 ; L o r . e n a B e r n h o l z , t r a v e l e x p e n s e s , $5.25; B o o n v l l le H e r a l d , a d v e r ­ t i s i n g , $ 9 . 2 0 ; E s s e n l o h r M o t o r s , in c . , a u t o r e p a i r s , $ 1 7 , 1 0 ; B e r y l W . F r e e m a n , t r a v e l and m i s c e l ­ la n e o u s e x p e n s e s , $ 1 2 1 . 3 1 ; G e n ­ e r a l T e lep h o n e C o m p a n y o f U p ­ s t a t e N . Y ., s e r v i c e to S e p t . 1 5 , $ 5 0 0 . 4 6 ; L e n a a n d R t e c k e r , In c ., o f f i c e a u p jA i e s , $ 3 . 5 0 ; M o b U OU C o r p o r a t i o n , g a s o U n e ,$ 4 ,5 9 ; M o­ b i l O U C o r p o r a t i o n , g a s o ­ lin e , $ 7 8 . 3 0 ; A l b e r t M o o n e y , m e d t c a l m i l e a g e , $ 3 , 6 8 ; N o rth C o u n t r y E s t a t e s , au t o lia b i l i t y in s u r a n c e , $ 1 , 1 6 5 . 6 8 ; P f l e e g e r B u s i n e s s E q u ip m e n t , In c ., o f f i c e s u p p l i e s , $ 2 7 , 4 0 ; M r s . M a r lo n P o r r e c a , t r a v e l e x p e n s e , $ 1 2 . 4 0 ; P r e s t o n P a p e r , o f f i c e fo r m s , $13.34; S u n OU C o m p a n y , g a s o ­ lin e , $ 3 . 3 7 ; T h e S t a n d a r d R e g i s ­ t e r C o . , r e c e i p t b o o k s , $ 2 2 6 . 7 2 ; to t a l , $ 2 , 2 5 1 . 6 5 . S o c i a l S e r v i c e s A d m in istra t i o n (co n ’ t) - L e w t s C o u n t y T r u s t C o . , food s t a m p s a l e s , $ 1 0 4 . 5 0 ; L y o n s F a U s N a t io n a l B a n k , food s t a m p s a l e s , $ 5 . 6 0 ; M a r in e M id - lan d B a n k , fo o d s t a m p s a l e s , $ 1 4 . 3 0 ; S L Lsv.Trr.c-7 N a t io n a l B a n k , food sta m p s a l e s , $ 2 5 .3 0 ; N a t io n a l B a n k o f N o r t h e r n N . Y , , fo o d s t a m p s a l e s , $ 3 8 . 5 0 ; to t a l, $ 1 8 8 , 1 0 . P u b l ic R o m e - A b a le n c P e s t C o n t r o l , s e r v i c e f o r Ju l y , $ 1 5 ; A e r i a l V i e w s , a e r t a l p h o to,$X 0 ; P fctlllp B r a d s h a w , I n c e n t iv e p a y ­ m e n t , $ 1 0 ; K in n e y D r u g s , d r u g s , $ 3 . 2 4 ; G e n e r a l T e lep h o n e C o m ­ p a n y o f U p s t a t e N . Y ., s e r v i c e to S e p t . 1 5 , $ 2 6 ,0 8 ; L o w v t l l e F a r ­ m e r s C o - o p , , m i s c e l l a n e o u s s u p - U e » , $ 3 1 . 3 0 ; L o w v i U e E l e c t r i c , In c . , r e p a i r s e r v i c e and s u p p l i e s , $ 1 0 5 . 2 5 ; M e d a D r u g C o m p a n y , I n c . , d r u g s , $ 2 6 . 3 5 ; N o r t h w a y O i l, foe! o U , $ 7 8 . 8 4 ; N o r t e t t V i r k ­ l e r , la b o r on t r u c k , $ L 5 0 ; P A C F o o d M a r k e t , food an d h o u s e ­ h o ld it e m s , $ 2 2 8 . 2 4 ; R o s s d a t e F a r m s D a i r y , I n c . , m ilk and c h e e s e , $ 5 4 .9 4 ; H e n r y H . S c h a a b a n d S o n , f i r e In s u r a n c e , $ 1 , 4 2 0 ; T h e M . E , A v e r y C o . , c y l i n d e r r e n t a l , $ 3 ; T r i - S t a t e In d u s t r ia l L a u n d r i e s , In c ., d o t h s e r v i c e , $ 6 ; w i d r l c k an d S o n s , to e ., t r a c ­ t o r p a r t , $ 1 6 . 4 7 ; to t a l , $ 2 , 0 3 8 . - 15 * 5 s n r f .c p $ fo r R e c i p i e n t s - M r s . V i r g i n i a D e C a r l o , tr a v e l e x ­ p e n s e , $ 1 7 . 8 0 ; M r s . Ir e n e D e . L a w y e r , tr a v e l e x p e n s e , $ 4 0 .2 0 ; M r s , Rcw e S a l m o n , tra T e l e x p e n s e , $ 1 0 8 . 7 0 ; M r s . J o y c e Y o u s e y , tr a v e l e x p e n s e , $ 4 0 ; to- tal, $ 2 0 6 . 7 0 . V e t e r a n s * S e r v i c e s » G e n e r a l T e lep h o n e C o m p a n y o f U p s tate N . Y . , s e r v i c e to S e p t . 1 3 , * 3 2 . - 8 2 ; L o w v U le P o e t O f f ic e , p o s - tag*, $ 1 6 ; A u s t in J , M a r t i n , f r a - V f l expense*, $ 3 4 . 2 0 ; to t a l , * 8 3 . . 02, G e n e r a l E n v iro n m e n t - A d i­ ro n d a c k P a r k A s s o c i a t i o n , c o u n ty p r o m o t io n , $2 0 D , Reforestation - North County Estates, auto liability insurance, $58.96; Frederick Rocker, J r ., labor and tractor use, $422.50; Hoage's Superette, county park suppUes, $2.44; McHale's Chain Saw Co., chain saw parts, *82.- 10; Sweeney Lumber Co., sup­ plies, $11.54; Ray Grau, pulp trucking charges, $611.04; Lyons Fails Farm e rs Coop., county park suppUes, $71.74; Agway Pe­ troleum Corp., o il, $8.50; MobU Oil Corporation, gas and o il, $34.- 74; total, $1,303.56. Capital Fund - Osceola Ra. - Town of Osceola, Lee A, Sted- rnan, supervisor, labor, social security and equipment rental, $2,386.10. Office SuppUes for Towns - Addressograph-Mult. Corp., sup­ pUes for ta x roUs, $25.38, Grand to t a l, $21,864.32. T r u s t C o . P r o g r e s s C h a r t e d New services, main office Re­ modeling and a new drive-in building tn LowvUle bead the list of 1973 progress and changes at Lewis County Trust Company, the $24 mlUlon fuU service bank based in LowvUle and with offices tn Carthage and Port Leyden. According to C a r l H. Klelmann, president of the T r u s t Company, customers throughout the North Country are now enjoying the bank's new and expanded ser­ vices, such as free checking a c ­ counts and easy-pay-time certi­ ficates. Also, Klelmann said, the Trust Company’s new higher interest rates are making it possible for Customers to choose from a variety of savings plans, accord­ ing to their personal needs. The Trust Company’s recent­ ly opened Drive-ln office, on Dayan Street, offers customers the convenience of banking from the comfort of their own vehicle and at expanded banking hours. The Drive-In Is open from 9-6, Monday-Thursday, and 9-8 on Friday. Early this spring, the interior of the main office was remodeled to provide more efficient and at­ tractive service and office space. Thirty employees work In the bank’s main office. Tbe Port Leyden office employs four and the Carthage branch has eight employees. The Trust Company offices in Carthage and Port Leyden con­ tinue to provide full servtce bank­ ing to their customers. Managers of these offices are Elton N. Rog­ gie and Leonard C . Peek, re­ spectively. In a d d itio n to K le l m a n n , o f f i ­ c e r s o f th e T r u s t C o m p a n y a r e F l o y d L . L o s o n , c h a i r m a n o f th e b o a r d ; H o m e r G . M y e r s , e x e c u ­ t i v e v i c e p r e s t d e n t ; V i c e P r e s ­ id e n t s , w u i t a m R , S c h e l l , C y r U N , M C D o u g a ll, A l s o n D . W e l l e r ; G a r y C . W ilk in # , a s s i s t a n t v i c e p r e s i d e n t ; C h a r l e s M . N o r t z , s e c ­ r e t a r y ; R o d n e y E . P e r s o n s , t r e a ­ s u r e r ; E l t o n N . R o g g t e , L e o n a r d C . P e c k a n d N i c h o la s J . E g l o f f , a s s i s t a n t s e c r e t a r i e s ; an d K a r l z , S m i t h , t r u s t o f f i c e r . G l e n f i e l d R a i l r o a d H i s t o r y T h e G l e n f i e l d an d W e s t e r n R a i l r o a d , th e \ G e e W t x , \ p l a y s a n In t e g r a l p a r t i n th e h i s t o r y o f r a i l r o a d i n g In L e w i s C o u n t y , T h e lin e w a s In c o r p o r a t e d tn 19 0 0 an d b u U t f r o m 1 9 0 1 to 19 0 3 f o r a to t a l d i s t a n c e o f 1 9 . 5 5 m l l e s o v e r T u g H U I, I t w a s b a c k e d b y a c a p i t a l s t o c k o f $ 2 9 5 ,0 0 0 , T b e r a i l r o a d fo ll o w e d a h a z a r ­ do u s r o u t e , in c lu d in g 10 0 c u r v e s , m a n y o f w h ic h w e r e v e r y s h a r p . L e s s th a n 5 0 p e r c e n t o f the t r a c k w a s s t r a i g h t . In a n t n e - m l l e s t r e t c h th e r e w a s a r i s e o f 1 , 1 4 5 fe e t . T h e c o n s t r u c t io n w a s un­ d e r t a k e n b y B e n n e t o f P u l a s k i , A t th e b e g in n in g , th e r a i l r o a d bad o n l y o n e e n g in e and s t x fla t c a r s . T h e e n g i n e . N o . 2 2 , w a s g e a r e d f o r d o u b le p o w e r . It h a d a s p e e d o f 1 2 to 1 5 m i l e s p e r b o w . T h e r a i l r o a d in s p e c t io n r e p o r t f o r 19 0 3 lis t e d the r a i l r o a d a s the s t e e p e s t an d h a v in g t h e m o s t e u r - v e s an d b r i d g e s p e r m i l e o f an y ro a d In the s t a t e . T h e s t e e p e s t g r a d e was. 2 7 7 f e e t p e r m U e , T h e lin e c r o s s e d 3 0 b r i d g e s , lS c a t t t e p a s s e s an d 4 3 c u l v e r t s . T b e r a i l s w e r e 6 0 pounds to th e y a r d and 2 ,6 0 0 t i e s to t h e m i l e . In 19 0 9 , the l i n e bought en g in e N o , 7 5 , a 4 - 6 - 0 , b u ilt b y th e A - m e r lc a n L o c o m o t i v e C o m p a n y , In b u il d i n g th e r o a d , a r o c k cu t w a s u s e d , 1,5 0 0 le e t lo n g , b u il t b y th e O g d e n s b u r g , C l a y t o n and R o m e R a i l r o a d C o . , In 18 5 3 . T h e lin e w a s h a m p e r e d b y h e a v y sn o w and had o n e p lo w to k e e p th e ro a d c l e a r e d . O n F e b . 18, 19 2 5 , snow w a s s e v e n an d a h a l f fe e t on th e le y e t o n th e h i l l . T b e r a i l r o a d s t a t i o n s w e r e a t G l e n f i e l d , H o u s e v I H e , G u l f H e a d , P a g e , F i s h C r e e k an d Mon t e a l s . j o u r n a l a n i l S t e j n t b l i t a n LOW V ILLE, N.Y. 1 3 3 6 7 - W E D N E SDAY, SEPTEM B E R 1 2 .1 9 7 3 C a r d i a c p a c i n g • • • AT HOSPITAL - The staff of Lewis County General Hospital recently had the opportunity fo assist with an Interesting and educational procedure performed by D r . E.H. Rectra, Jr. Fo r the first time at the hospital, an Intracardiac pacing with a pace­ maker electrode was performed. Although this operation ts done frequently in specialized urban hospitals aad teaching Institu­ tions, tt ts not often seen In sm a ller hospitals. This ts due to the specialized physician training required. Packing the heart refer* to r e ­ gulating the frequency and rhythm of the heart beat wtth the use of mild electric current. Trans- venous cardiac pacing may be life saving In situations whenceT- tata heart disturbances not con­ trolled by drug therapy lead to convulsion, heart failure, cere­ bral and renal Insufficiency, low blood pressure, o r cardiac stand­ still. In this ease, it was for actual treatment to restore a c r it ­ ically ui patient’s heart rhythm to normal to enableevaluationfor a permanent pacemaker. D r . R e c t r a , w i t * the a s s i s t a n c e o f D o n a ld W, R a y m o n d o f t h e R a ­ d i o l o g y D e p a r t m e n t , th r e a d e d a b i p o l a r p a c e m a k e r e l e c t r o d e th r o u g h th e sap h e n o u s ve in In t h e rig h t le g o f a p a t ien t w tth c o m ­ p le t e h e a r t b l o c k a g e . T h e e l e c ­ tro d e tip w a s c a r e f u l l y a d v a n c e d , u n d e r X - R a y g u i d a n c e , In t o th e rig h t v e n t r i c l e of t h e h e a r t , w h e r e i t w a a p o s it io n e d f o r p r o p e r p a c - to g o f th e h e a r t b e s t . D u r i n g t h e m a n ipulatio n o( the p a c e m a k e r e l e c t r o d e , th e p a t ien t w a s k e p t u n d e r co n s t a n t m o n ito r i n g s u r ­ v e i l l a n c e fo r an y e v U f - n c e o f c a r - d t e c t r r l t a h l l l t y . T h e p a t ien t ’ s h e a r t rh y t h m w a s r e s t o r e d to n o r m a l a n d c r i t i c a l d a m a g e w a s p r e v e n t e d . T h e p r o c e d u r e w a s d o n e u n d e r c o m p l e t e l y s t e r i l e co n d itio n s . T h e p a c e m a k e r unit Is p a r t o f the m o n it o r in g e q u ip ­ m e n t p r e v i o u s l y don a ted to th e h o s p ita l b y th e U n ited F u n d . in th e p h o t o g r a p h . D r . R e c t r a I s p o in t in g to th e s i t e w h e r e t h e end o f t h e e l e c t r o d e I s con n e c ted 399 Cases In T w in Court T o w n o f T u r L n J u s t i c e K u r t F r a r t k e h a s re p o r t e d that h i s o f f i c e h a s p r o c e s s e d 399 v e h i­ c l e and t r a f f i c v i o l a t i o n s fro m Ja n u a r y th r o u g h A u g u s t o f 19 7 3 . J u s t i c e F r a n k # tn d tcated that fe w p e o p le n r e a w a r e o f U t e l a r g e n u m b e r o f c a s e s p r o c e s s e d by * Ju s t i c e to d a y . He s a i d h i s ta b u la ­ tion o f to t a l c a s e s d o e s not ineludt c r i m i n a l c a s e s . O f the to t a l , a c c o r d in g to J u d g e F r a n k e , 36 6 v e h i c l e and t r a f f i c c a s e * w e r e b r o u g h t b e f o r e h l m b y S t a t e P o l i c e , o f w h ich tw o a x e s t i l l p e n d in g , and 36 b y the L e w t s C o u n t y S h e r i f f ' s D e p a r t m e n t , o f w h ic h t h r e e w e r e d i s m i s s e d . S u p e r in t e n d e n t s o f th e lin e w e r e J. H u m p s and L e s l i e * Jo h n s o n . E n g i n e e r s w e r e A . l e v l n g s a n d H . S a l s b u r g . T h e co n d u c t o r s w e r e F , B a t e s and B , B a k e r . T h e r e w e r e m a n y w r e c k s a lon g the ro u t # but o n ly one fa t a l a c c i ­ d e n t . In 19 2 7 , tb e ro a d w a s so l d to th - K e y s t o n e W o od C h e m t c a l C o ., o f K e y s t o n e , P a . T h i s co m p a n y b u ilt a r a i l r o a d fro m G le n fie ld to b a c k o f R r s n t f n g h a m L a k e , tn la t e 19 2 9 , the c o m p a n y w e n t b a n k , ru p t i In 1 9 3 1 , the r a i l s w e r e t o m up an d s o l d f o r s c r a p . •I«h» vaafrlita • lip F X i M k n •tactraal* ■ a » a ryyaaan4 careiaa sM aaakat to the terminals of the battery powered cardiac pacemaker. The pacing rat# ts being set to 80 beats per minute by M rs. Anita Sleber^tRJY. The sketch shows ihe path of the electrode Into the heart. D r . Rectra received Ms train­ ing ta pedl&trlccardlologyat Yale* New Haven Hospital l a Connec - tic u t an d ad u lt c a r d io lo g y at t a - h e y C l i n i c , B o s t o n , a n d T u fts U n i­ v e r s i t y S c h o o l of M e d icin e , a l s o In Boaton, from 19 6 7 to 19 7 0 . H e i s a m e m b e r o f the A m e r ic a n CoUege Of C a r d io l o g y and the Northern New Y o r k H e a r t A s -. s o c l a t i o o an d h a s been o n the me­ d i c a l staff at L e w i s County G e n ­ eral H o s p ita l s in c e 1 9 7 1 . Bush Quits Road Department Post Lewis County Board of Legts - tators oo Sept. 4 accepted the resignation of Ralph A. Bush, superintendent of highways, ef­ fective AprU 1, 1974. A motion by legislator Sam VtUantt, chairman a t the Highway Committee, appointed Robert A r­ cher as acting county superinten­ dent of highways, effective Sept. 19. The action was taken as a temporary measure. The board will Interview interested and e li­ gible persons oo Sept. 29 for tike position of stuperlnlendetsl-ers- glneer for the county. Arthur Stanton, secretary a»d director, and H, F . Woolschla- ger, treasurer and director o f the Lewis County Agrlcultanal Society, were present a t the open­ ing of the meeting. Th# d irectors, speaking for the fair society, thanked the boerd for Its cooper­ ation, The possibility of tbe ma­ ple producer# having a building on tbe fairgrounds waa dlacussad briefly. County Attorney Kenneth )B. Wolfe read a tetter from th* areawide health planning unit r e ­ garding the budget for 1974L. Lew­ is County share Is $2,S8Q plan in-ktod contributions. John Jamba, Carthage,wham # appointed to the Lewis County Board of Equalization resigned the poaltkm and Herman E . Wea­ ver, Watertown R„ D, 4 , waa a p ­ pointed to replace him. Joanne Doney, Lowvtlle, a member of the Lewis County C ivil Service Commiaaton, ham resigned because of h*» tMtekir* position. A resolution fo appoint a successor was taMed upon r e ­ quest of legislator Gary Bucking­ ham, seconded by legielatwr I r ­ ving Kraeger. T h # c l e r k o f th e b o a r d r e a d a l e t t e r fr o m the L e w i s C o u n t y S e a r c h a n d R e s c u e S e r v i c e per­ t a i n i n g to an o t t e r of a n am b u l­ a n c e a e r v l c e fo r t o w n s now s e r ­ v i c e d b y the V i r k l e r a m b u l s n e e ■ e n t i c e w h ich w ill d lscon t ln u e t h * - ■ e n t i c e o o D e c . 3 1 . T b e tow n s include Lo w w tU e . W a t s o n , M a r t i n s b a r g , D a i m a r k . H a r r i s b u r g , M o n tague, P in c k n e y a n d p a r t o f G r e l g and New* B r e ­ m e n not s e r v e d b y L y o n s F a l l s - a n d C r o g h a n F i r e D e p a r t m e n t s . T h e S e a r c h and R e s c u e S e r ­ v i c e w ith su it a b le equipm e n t and r e q u i r e d train e d p e r s o n n e l I s w i l l i n g t o e a t e r tfito A c o n t r a c t w ith the b o a r d fo r s u c h s e r v i c e f o r $ 2 5 , 0 0 0 fo r 13 7 4 . T h e h e a d ­ q u a r t e r s w o u ld b e la L o w v t l l e . T h e d i r e c t o r s said tfe” y s h o u l d h a v e an a g r e e m e n t by S e p t . 1 5 . T h e b o a r d , a t the August m e e t ­ in g , r e c e i v e d an o t t e r fro m th * C i t y A m b u lan c e S o r t ie * ? , M a lo n e . T h e m a t t e r o f am b u lance s e r ­ v i c e is b e in g studied b y the c o m - m t t t e e a n d n o d e c is io n w a s an­ nounced. T h e fo llo w in g w e r e a p c r o x e d fr o m the couoly road K w * ter c o n s t r u c t io n : T h e G len d a le R o a d , 3 . 7 1 m i l e s , $ 2 0 ,0 0 0 ;G o lden R o a d , 3 . 9 4 m i l e s , $ 6 7 ,0 0 0 , F i s h C r e e k R o a d , 1 1 . 5 9 m i t e s . T o w n s a t L e ­ w i s , W e st Leyden- and. H l g h m a r - k e t , $ 3 0 ,0 0 0 , b r i d g e o n l y i n G r e l g , On m o tion b y l e g i s l a t o r V i l U n - t i a n d second e d by le g i s l a t o r E u g e n e P a t t e r s o n , t h e b c a r d m o v - * d to continue th# 40 cents: p e r c a p i t a p a y m e n t to l h e N o r t h C o u n - t r y L i b r a r y S y s t e m . T h e h o a r d talsa ap p r o v e d th e re n e w a l of * J i m s * w ith th - B l a c k R i v e r V a l l e y B e a g l e C lu b , \

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