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The journal and Republican. (Lowville, N.Y.) 1929-current, November 28, 1973, Image 11

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Snow Blazers H o ld E lection Offlctrs w e n elected et a meeUatof tbe F ort Leyden Snow B laura Tneeday, Nor. SO, a t tbe Cold Brook Cemp- aite Reataiiraot. Tbe otBeera u r « preal- dsot, Charlea Belknip; vice* pwxtdeut, CUltord Reese; •ecretsry, Pat Smith; and treasurer, Sharon Baker. A covered dish supper waa served before tbe meeting. Tbe Club Is having a mem­ bership drive. Anyone Inter­ ested in Joining can do so by contacting any member or by attending a regular meet­ ing. Hastings are an the first Saturday of each month start­ ing December 1 atCold Brook Campsite Restaurant ln Fort Leyden. V i s i t o r s H e r e Mr, and Mra. fames Cook, Waterford, Mrs. Lloyd N. Cook and son, John, Syracuse, were Thtnksglvlng weekend pests of Mr. and Mrs. Gil­ bert Cook, Jefferson St., LowrlMe and Ur. and Mrs. Vernon Wilder, Dayan SL, LowvlUe. sss m In t h e s n o w . JOURNAL AND REPUBLICAN.LOWVIUE. N.V. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 28. 1973 11 Emergency First Aid Maintenance Tips The November meeting ol to provide time for negotla- Diet Workshop Lowvllle Diet Workshop meets every Monday even­ ing ln the Community Room of the Lewis County Trust Company from 7 to 8:30p.m. This week, 42 members at­ tended wtth a total weight loss of 58 pounds. The top loser lost four and one-half pounds and tbe average loss was one and one-third pounds, making the total weight loss to date of 4901/2 pounds. New members are welcome. C e n t r a l H o t e l Glenfield, N.Y. Friday, Nov. 30 9-1 M u s ic By Th e M a v e r ic k s the Lewis County Search and Rescue SeM ce, Inc., was held ou November B at the New Bremen Community Center. Robert O'Brien, first aid training officer, r e ­ ported on the new American Red Cross First Aid courses that will be come effective ln 1978. The eonraes will be much more detailed men the present courses and should prepare tbe first aider to better handle emergency •ttMtkBla Chief Howard Jantat re­ ported that tbe Search and Rescue Service bed been called to ess tat hi theseaxeh for a lost boater tn the Tag Hill eoctor on the opening day of tbe season, Discussion was bald on colors lo waer while in the woods. Blase oraage or yeUow is beet because lt can be easily seen by teach­ ers. It was noted tost at tbe October meeting an eaten- sion ot ten days waa voted G w a C t y SAVE $25 NOW! ’ 3 4 3 -TWCMMHtTtoCUeCi Also avertable at low prices... windshield kit, tire chains, electric starter kit Alsa mailable fer MONTE CARIO HOMO t h a c t o r mower 34\ BHe Snow Mowav 8 H.P. DUAL STAGE SELF-POWERED SNOW BLOWER Rugged two-stage blower clears away snow from drives and sidewalks in minutes! Heavy-duty construction includes these safety features: • 4 speeds forward, one reverse • safety renvote control discharge chute • side enclosed remote control auger engagement • large 12 x 3.50-6 pneumatic tires • 26\ wide blade cut, 19\ suction depth SAFETY AND SAVINGS! * 'j I C j NICE SLASHED $301 $ 3 8 8 DELUXE 3-STAGE 8 H.P. SELF-PROPELLED SNOW BLOWER High power/ precision-made blower made of winterized metal. Mighty machine breaks up drifts last with finger tip control and Include* these features: a 4 speeds forward, one reverse • remote control auger engagement • dfffaranttat drive action lor easier turning tree wheeling when not fn gear - |umbo 13 x 500-6 pneumatic tires. • F iji 2fT width, 19” suction depth DO YOU HAVE k CHARGE? the more for your moneysworth store bawvUle-WanrtavB-Ogsrtiisnng-Oevemmir ------------------------Ectodwn _________ uegotia* ttoua with the Town of Low­ vllle, aad others, regarding the proposed ambulance s e r­ vice. Lowvllle had rejected tbe contract for various reasons eves after other towns bad agreeded to sign. It was reported that during tbe ten-day period nothing was heard from the towns even though the Search and Reauce Service had informed them in writing of the points they were willing to discuss. One member present stated that li appeared tbat \the Town ot LowvlUe waa not Interested tn tbe volunteer ambulance service end would rather pay more for a com­ mercial ambulance service trom outside the a rea.\ Following tbe regular meeting, Robert Bailey, d is­ trict lbrest ranger, con* ducted a session on search organisation that has been adopted by tbe Department of Environmental Cooaervatlon tor state-wide use. As tbe plan is used through out tbe state volunteer: search teams can be called ln and wlU all follow a standard organisation and searchpro- ceedure. The next meeting wtll be Monday, Dec. S, at 8 p.m., at the Martinsburg F Ire Halt 4 Sentenced By Court Four persona were a r ­ raigned and sentenced Nov. 14 to county court before Judge George R. Davis. DavM L. Cook, 22, Rail­ road Street, pleaded guilty to a charge of forgery, second degree, and was sentenced to in Intermittent sentence in tbe Lewis County Jail to start Friday nights after work and end Monday morn­ ing. Jerry Dorn Cook,Sr., Port Leyden pleaded guilty to charge of forgery, third de­ gree, and was sentenced to serve sa Intermittent term to tbe Lewis County Jail for six months from 2 p.m.,Sat­ urday, until 6 p.m., Sunday evening. Randy Rimlller, 20, charged with petit larceny, pleaded guilty and was sen­ tenced to serve weekends ln the Lewis Comity Jail for a period of six months. Russell HutcMns, 26, Ly­ ons Falls, was sentenced to serve a six-month term on a charge of forgery, third degree, and a six-month term on a charge of poss­ ession of stolen property, third dregree. The terms to run concurrently in the Lewis Comity Jail. ____ Before operating your snowmobile this winter, Champion suggests your dealer perform the follow­ ing basic maintenance. 1. Inspect the track for proper tension. 2. Clean and adjust the carburetor to manufactur­ er's specifications. 3. Adjust the timing to manufacturer’s specifica­ tions. 4. Clean tbe gas filter. 5. Check the exhaust ports to see that they are not plugged with residue. 6. Check all drive belts for wear. Grange News The regular meeting of Beaver Falls Grange will be held Nov. 29 at 8:30 p.m. Again this year, the Grange ts cooperating ln two pro­ jects wtth die American Le­ gion Auxiliary: gifts for the Veterans aad the Mitten Tree. Members a re asked to take their gifts for ihe veterans to this meeting. The annual Dues Paying Supper was held prior to the meeting on Nov. 8. The Lecturer’s program In­ cluded a report of the an­ nual State Grange meeting hy Master Nell Marolf, who was delegate-at-large, and a review and discussion of a quiz given at the officer's training meeting. Ann Marolf, chairman, of the Committee oo Women's Activities, reported that five members attended the county-wide meeting held at Turin on Oct. 27. The com­ mittee ls selling Christmas wrapping paper, ribbon, bows and tags and kitchen shears, -0- The regular meeting of Lewis County Pomona Grange will be held Dec. 6 at the Beaver Falla Com­ munity Hall with sessions at 11:15 a.m. and 1:15 p.m. The Lecturer’s program will Include musical enter­ tainment by the Cboraleers ' from Bearer River Central School and reports from the delegates who attended the annual session of New York Stale Grange In Cortland, October 21-25. The contest sp-msored by the Co mm .tree on Women’s Activities wlU be a Christ­ mas decoration for outside or for the tree. W H I T E S T A G N o r t h w e s t P a s s a g e O n to p o f T h e B i g S n o w D A Y A N D N I G H T Cross Country and Down Hill Skiing O V E R 1 0 0 0 A C R E S lift It etas: $475 All Day $2.50 1/2 Day $3.50 Jr. (12 nnd undwr) $3.00 Night .(? . jo p. INTRODUCTORY OFFER SEASON PASS RATES Individual $75.00 Swcand psrson $50.00 Student (thru high «hootj $50.00 family (4 nr rnarw) $195.00 Ssnon pm... Sd no) Inrlwfs nlqfcf ifcllng. For further information call: 942-i 519/ 3 7 6 - 2 T l A 7. Check the spark plug wtre for signs of deteriora­ tion and tightness of con­ nection. 8. Install a new spark plug of the recommended type for the engine and op­ erating conditions. Do not put it in so tight that you damage the threads In the head. 9. If your engine has a battery, make sure the elec­ trolyte level ts up. Also, check battery cables and posts for condition and tigh­ ten connections. 10. Spare spark plugs should be kept in a clean container o r wrapped in rags . t o prevent oil and dirt from I contaminating the plug’s sur­ face. ^ D O W N ^ Steep i nq Rcqs M11 f('flS Jcut- f’ts Sportspnl Ctin ; Snowniobilf1 Su'K ‘.ts lf’l<0 ffftts G a r y H o p p s EXCAVATING B a c k h o e - C r a w l e r - L o a d e r SNOW REMOVAL BUCK DICKINSON F. 0. Box 283. Lowvilla. N.Y. Phone 376-7482 M a t o S k i ' 7 4 W h e n y o u g e t s e r i o u s a b o u t s n o w m o b i l e s . Grand Sport. 440, TS-400 WE HAVE RECONDITIONED USED SLEDS K a u fm a n n Sales & S e r v ice Lowville, N.Y. Beach** Bridge ph. 376-3125 T h e w in n e r s a r e h e r e ! The waiting is over. The 1974 Ski-poo models have arrived! And you can t imagine a more impressive line-up. The T NT/ for instance, What a series! The machines have been completely re­ engineered with front mounted engine, adjustable suspension comfort, safety, power and speed. When ou see the winners .. you’ll be glad you waited. s k i - d o o A m i l l i o n m a c h i n e s c a n t e a c h v o u a l o t . ®Trad* Mark of Bombardier Limited • Ski-Doo Clothing • Sweaters • Helmets • Mittens - Gloves •O ils MANY REAL BARGAINS ON NEW AND USED SLEDS Fisif our newly built Ski-Doo Center on Forest Avenue. L o w v i f l e F a r m e r s ' C o o p . S p o r t s C e n t e r 3 7 6 -7 4 3 2

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