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JOURNAL AND KHJMICAN.IOWVIULE. N.Y. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 28. 1973 Total votes east lor Amtmdm-ut * 4 h o m STATEMENT OF CANVASS LEW® COUNTY BOAHD OF ELECTIONS LOWVTLLE, N X November 20, 1973 OF THE BOARD OF ELECTIONS SERVING AS A BOARD OF COUNTY CANVASSERS OF THE COUNTY OF LEWES IN RELATION TO VOTES CAST IN THE GENERAL ELEC­ TION HELD NOVEMBER 6 th, 1973,00 CERTIFY: That tbe following tt, tbe vote cast for the state and comity officers ln the Cotmty of Lewis: For tbe office of Chl«f Judge of the Court of Appeals — Charles D. Br.M el RepubHean -------------- ----------- 4111 Jacob D. Fuchsberg— .-Democrat ------ ——----------------1871 James L, Leff—— — - Cooservattve --------------189 Charles D. Breltel— — Lleeral — ------------------------------ 78 Blank ------------- — ---------------------------------------- ------- 172| Total— — —— —— — — ----- 7980 For the office of Justice of the Supreme Court -- J. Robert Lynch—— — Republican — -----------4488 J. Robert Lynch— —— Democrat- ---------------- 2000 J. Robert Lynch — Conservative ---------- -162 J, Robert Lynch ----------- Liberal ---------------------------------- 87 Leo F . Hayes— — — RepubUcan.— —---------——3736 John L. Murad— Democrat— — --------------- 2178 Leo F. Hayes— — — Conservative — ----------------- 182 John L, Murad— — Liberal ----------------------------- -- 100 Edward F. McLaughlin—Republican ------------ 3945 Donald SalvetH— - Democrat— — — -------- 1776 Edward F, McLaughlin—Conservative — ------ ------ — - 254 Robert W. Hartnett— Liberal— — — --------- . —— 92 Edaard F, Crawford— Republican—*— —— - --------- 3834 Robert W. Hartnett Democrat --------------------------- 1868 Edward F. Crawford ----- Conservative --— -------- — 183 Parker J . Stone- — Liberal >— ------------------ 107 Parker J. Stone—— — Republican---------------- -3858 Earl P. Boyle -------------- Democrat----------------------------1899 Parker J. stone— — CottaervmUve ------ 174 Thomas Aloi— — Republican— ------------------- 3536 Thomas Alol— -— Democrat ------------ 1758 Thomas Alol --------------- Conservative -------------- 150 Blank ------------- — ............ -11505 For the office of S heriff — Clarence E. Woodard— -RepubUcan ------ 5031 Michael J, Blair— -Conservative—— ----- 1562 Blank — — — — — — — — — — —. — —1394 Vold- Yes— No— --------- Blank — Void ---------- Total -------- -1075 -3448 -3454 s -7 9 8 0 Restrict Seeded Area Total votes cast for Amendment #5 Yes-------------------------------1516 No ------------------------- - — 2828 Blank ---------- —— ------- — 3533 Void— --------------------------------- - Total— ----- — 798o Total votes c ast for Amendment # 6 Yes----------- 2006 No ---------------------------------- 2575 Blank— -------------------- — 3396 Void - ------ 3 Total ---------------------------- 7980 Total votes case for Amendment # 7 Total* “7980 For the office ot County Legislator, District # I - —Democrat - Gary Buckingham Blank - Void ------- Total ------ ---------------------- 422 ----------------------------- 370 1 -------------------------------- 793 F o r the office of County Legislator, District # 2 — Russell Tabolt-— Republican ---------------- . . . . . .461 Blank- Void . . Total- - 351 . . . - 0 -8 1 2 For the office of County Legislator District # 3 ■ Paul M ert — —Republican — ------------ — Peter J. O'Reilly— — Lewta Taxpayers ----- 'Blank— —— Void. Total- Blank- Void— Total— Blank- Void— Total- For the office of County Legislator District # 6 . Robert L o rm o re- Blank— ------ Void- Total ------ —— . — --------------------------------- For the office of County Legislator District $ 7 - Elwtn Rowell— — —— Republican — ----- —— Blank- ................................ — ...... .................... Void— ■ ................... .................................................... . Total— ------------------ - ------ - ------------------- For the office of County LeglslatorDistrlct # 1 .-Republican.— —. . . Eugene Patterson Blank--------------- - V o i d — ------------- Total— — F o r the office of County Legislator D istrict # 9 — Irving K raeger—* D em o crat— ------ — ------ - BJank- Votd— Total- *315 For the office of County Legislator District * 10 • Edward Rybicky...— ----- Democrat ——»—— — Blank— —— ------------ — — ----- ------------- - Vr.lil— Total- Total votes cast for Proposition * I Yes— No -- B l a n k - Void— » Total— —1008 —4502 -*2487 3 7980 Total votes cast for Amendment R I Y es . . . No-*-* Blank- Void -* Total— • 1760 *3008 -3209 —— 3 -7980 Total voles cast for Am. idrrv at # Z Yes — No ----- Blank • Vend— T o tal- -teas '*3010 *3302 . . . a * 7980 Total voles casl for Amendment ?! 3 IPS — No— Blank- VnM -- 7 ola I — -1044 -3030 -3303 - - —3 -79RO Yes-------------- Blank ------------ Void ---------- Total ------------ 1594 8089 3294 . . . -S 7980 Total votes c ast for Amendment # 8 Blank--------------- Void— — Total— . — — . -.1067 -.3375 -3535 3 7980 Total votes cast for Amendment# 9 Yes-------- No—— . Blank ----- V o i d - Total—— ------------ 902 '— 3620 ---------- 345 5 ------------ 3 ---------- 7980 514 114 123 0 Total votes c a s t for Amendment # 10 Y e s-— ----------------780 No— ------------------------------3559 Blank ------------------------------ 3638 Void-— ----------------- 3 1 T o tal- ---------------- 7980 DETERMINATIONS OF THE BOARD OF ELECTIONS OF THE COUNTY OF LEWIS HAVING MET ON THE 7th DAY OF NOVEMBER, 1973, AND HAVING CANVASSED AND ESTIMATED THE VOTES IN THE SEVERAL ELECTION DISTRICTS OF SAID COUNTY AT THE GENERAL ELECTION HELD ON THE 6 th DAY OF NOVEMBER, 1973, DO CERTIFY, DETER­ MINE AND DECLARE: That the following officers were ejected — Sheriff - ---------- Clarence E. Woodard County Legislator, District # 1 ----------------- Gary Buckingham County Legislator, District #2 ---------- — Russell Tabolt County Legislator, District # 3------------ - ------ - ---- Paul Mer* County Legislator, District #4 -------------- ——- — John Colvin County Legislator, District 4 5— ------------ — Sara VUlantl County Legislator, District # 6 ----------------- Robert Lormore County Legislator, District # 7—— -------- - — Elwln Rowell County Legislator, District * 8 ------- - ------- Eugene Patterson County Legislator, District # 9 ------- — ------ Irving Kraeger County Legislator, District # 10 ------------- — Edward Rybicky Dated at Lowville, New York, November 20, 1973 We, Comprising the Board of Elections of the County ot Lewis, certify the foregoing Statemvatx and Determinations to be correct. At a recent meeting, re- presentattvea ol tbe Lewis County Fair Board and the LowvlUe Academy and Cen­ tral School Board agreed fa) post no trespassingsignedon tbe field fan the middle ot the Fairgrounds. Snowmobiles,, motorcycles, bicycles, and all vehicles are prohibited from the newly seeded are* tmtll tbe turf has had a chance to develop. This summer aad tall a group of volunteers, headed by Dr. John Schlieder and Richard Bush, with coopera­ tion from many others, re­ built nod re-seeded tte field so that it would be ready for football and sotttaH games next summer. Much time and money were spent in re­ building, fertilising, seed­ ing, and grading tte area that is surrounded by the track. Use by snowmobiles or o tt­ er vehicles would cause dam­ age now since the new grass has not established a good root system. Even when covered with snow, die grass could suffer from oil spills or leaks from the snowmo­ biles. M a n C h a r g e d Claries Mxlachowskl, Penny Settlement Road, Pori Leyden, aad owner of tte Turin Liquor Store at Turin, was arrested by Deputy Tho­ mas Jaeoosld Nov. 19 no a charge ot unlawfully dealing with a child. Deputy Jacoo- sld said the charge stemmed from the alleged sale of alcoholic beverages to min­ ors at his place of boslness last Nov, 16. Malschowskl warn arraigned before Justice Kurt Franke, Town of Turin and was released in Ms recognizance to reappear at a later date. * 751 SEAL For the office of County Legislator District 8 4 — John Colvin——— Republican—. — — — — . —. 520 -203 For the office of County Legislator District # 5 — Sam yuiajiti— Republican — ------ — - ---------- CCS STATE OF NFV, YORK, County of Lewis We, Karen M. Bailey and AYis M. MarceUus, Acting Com­ missioners of Elections in and for Lewis County, do hereby -190 — 1 -794 certify that we have compared the foregoing statement of W e r for canvass with the , riginal etatemenl thereof filed In the Of- \ fice of the Lewie County Board of Elections on ihe 7th day of November, 197', ir-d that the same is * true and correct transcript thereof, .-rd of the whole of said original. IN witness w hereof , We have hereunto set our hands and affixed the sea) of our said office at the Village of Low­ vllle, N.Y', on this 20th day of November, 1973. -Republican - — 54 4 ------------------- J 9 8 KAREN M. BAILEY IMELDA V. GLENN Commissioners of Elections • 742 498 -.— 266 NOTICE Taxpayers of the Town of Greig: There will be a public hearing on the 5(Fv tax re­ duction for citizens 65 years — -0 ■764 ...658 —460 — 0 ..1118 — 0 ■673 - 380 — 423 —— 0 -8 0 3 or older at the Town Hall on Friday, Nov, 30, 1973, at 7 p.m. Kiwwia Smith Supervisor 14.2-c NOTICE Notice la hereby given in compliance with Section 142 of the Highway Law andSec* tion 103 of The GwneralMun- lclpal La* that Raymond Pe. trie, SupertirteMlwst of High- ways of the Town of Low­ vllle, Lewis County, New York, has tecom mv.oded the purchase of the following; One Csed Hydraulic Excavator Sealed Lids will be re* ceivnd until a.rr.. Dec, 6 , 1973 at the T'ran Office at which time they will be publicly opened and read. Detailed ap—.lflMttons may be obtained from the Town Clerk's office during regular hustne** Jrours, The Town Board reserves the right to reject all bids. Signed WARrE G. MCCUE Town Clerk Town of Lowvllle Dated; November 27, 1973 15-1-c to w v i l l e C a r t h a g e S e a s o n s G r e e t i n g s and Th a n k Y o u to T o w n o f M a r t in s b u r g v o t e r s D o r i s T h i s s e To* ten C l e r k r a s m s r c n r s r s m s r i i i r a s r a n R s r s r s r I f snowmobile races a r e to he held at tbe Fairgrounds, the representatives from the tro Boards felt that there was adequate space else­ where near tte track that could be used for checking tte macWnea. The LowvlUe Acad- . ' Board ot Education has an interest in the area since lt h a s a long-term lease with the Fair Board for the use of tbe athletic fields there. Attending the meeting that adopted this Joint policy were Jesse Schantz, Louis Gor- ciyca, and LeRoy Nichols from the Fair Board, and Julius Gutgnard and Doug­ las Robbins from the school Board, together with school administrators, Robert Mc- Neilly and Sheldon Daggett. LACS LEGAL NOTICE Notice ls hereby given that liquor and/or wine store li­ cense number L9511 has been issued to tbe under­ signed to sell liquor and/or wine at retail under the Alcoholic Beverage Control Law at Star Route, Town of Watson, LowvUle, New York, Lewis County, for off premises consumption. Richard C. Dosztan Nancy B. Dosztan DBAtDick’s Liquor Store Star Route, LowvUle,N.Y. 15-1-p LEGAL NOTICE The annua] meeting and election of the Beaver Falls Fixe District will b« haldat tte C»m«i unity Hewee.Teee- day, December 1 1 , 1973. Polls wtU be open 7 p.m. to 10 jxm. The purpose of this meeting ls to elect a commissioner for a lerm of five y ears to succeed E arl Robinson whose term of of­ fice expires December 31, 1973; also fo elect a Trea- a term of three years fo succeed John C, Parsell whose term expires December SI, 1973. J. C. Parsell Secretary 15-1-c LEGAL NOTICE \Notice is hereby given that the annual inspection for the 1973-74 year of the Low­ vllle Academy and Central School building of the Low­ ville District No. I for fire hazards which might endan­ ger the lives of students, teachers and employees therein, his been complet­ ed and the report thereof Is available at the office of the Lowville Academy and Central School at 7668 State Street, LowvlMe. New York for inspection by all Inter­ ested persons.’’ Subdivision 6 of Section 807a of the Education Law. Effective 1971-72 year. 15-1-c NOTICE Notice is herby given that license No. 22TL53 has been issued to the undersigned to sell beer, liquor and wine under the Alcoholic Bev­ erage Control Law at Hotel Hendel, McAlplne Street, Lyons FaUs, County of Lewis, State of New York, for on*premlses consump­ tion. D/B/A/ Hotel Hendel F rederlck J . Hughes McAlplne Street Lyon* FaUs, N.Y. 15-2-p (Continued from Page 1) take a position at the hos­ pital. Mra. Vada Marolf wu appointed 1 ° Nlrs. Kenealy’s noon-time moni­ tor position, and Scott Goutremout was approved for work as a substitute cleaner, Mrs, Charlotte Beagle and Thomas Yousey were appointed to tenure positions as social studies teachers upon recommendation of District Superintendent Ken­ neth Ford. Mrs, Sharon Bennett was granted a' one year’s leave of absence. The bid of ROssdale’s Dairy to provide milk for the lunch program wss approved, and the schedules for winter sports were adopted. Assistant Principal Rob­ ert Smith reported on the successful In-service first aid course ln which twenty teachers participated. Nine ol the grewp took additional hours to qualify as Instruc­ tors. They are Shirley Einhorn, Robert Smith,Ellen Stahl, WTiford Thomas, Wal­ ter Zehr, Priscilla Zeller, Julie Banach, CoUette Vanyo and Donna Kansiear. The Board approved ihe ski program which provides suing lessons at Snow Ridge on five successive Satur­ days, The Board will pro­ vide transportation provided that enough youngsters en­ roll ln the program, if the number of Interested young­ sters ls low, then Individual parents will be responsible for providing transportation. It was the feeling of tbe Board that i t would be more practical for one bus to make the trip to Snow Ridge than many parents In their own car*, but that there must be. enough Interest to justify the expense. The board members and administrators discussed the fiuelsituation and possible savings. It was suggested that a great savings of gaso­ line could be made if high school students rode the school busses which are p ro­ vided for them rather than to drive private ears to school. For athletes a late bus i s providedafter practice yel many drive their own cars than wait a few extra minutes for the buses. The administration was directed to discourage student d riv­ ing. Board members were in­ vited to the teas which are presented by seventh grade bome economics classes, aad to a meeting with Re­ gent Evelyn Griffith, The latter will be held at the Candlelight a t Snow Ridge on Monday, December 3. Mr. Griffith has asked to meet with Board members and ascertain their feelings on the Issues which a re facing tbe New York State Board of Regents. P R A S H A W v c m * For Room Remodeling * Addition of Rooms * Any Inside Work th e sam e s a t i s f a c t i o n IgW “ S u M ,J iS S J r m C a l l R u s s P r a s h a w 3 7 6 -6 0 2 3 C a s t o r l a n d A g w a y is back in business with bag cement. S e e us fo r all y o u r c o n c r e t e jo b s . C A S I O R L A N D A G W A Y < 3 > 3 7 6 -3 3 3 0 4 9 3 -3 0 0 7 \ B e t t e r G a s M i l e a g e \ U S E D C A R S A L E ! Each Unit Sold As Such Will Be Ttided and Adjusted to Give Its Maximum Gas Mile ago at 50MPH. 1969 MERCURY MONTEGO 4dr„ small 302-V-8 1970 FORD CUSTOM 4 dr., 302 V- 8 , ltd. transJ 1973 FORD GAl. 500 4 dr., 351* 2V out.trans.f 1973 GRAN lOStNO 2 dr., 302 V -8 1970 1/2 FORD FAICON4 dr. »*dan.240 cu.in„ 6 cyl. FORD TORINO 4 dr., 2E9-V-8, auto, troni.l CHEVROLET NOVA 4 dr. s*dan. email 6 FORD TORINO 500 4 dr.utotio'n woqon(Sid.)| CHEVROLET CHEVEUE MAIIBU 4 dr. hfp. VW 2 dr. swdon CHEVROLET 4 dr. 6 cyl.. sfd. tron«. \Good Got Mileage\ Unlit. TRUCKS 1968 1970 1971 1969 1969 1970 Plus Many Mare 1 1 7 0 DATSUN fICKUP W l 1972 PORD F250 PICKUP - I94S FORD F250 PICKUP 1949 CHSVROltT PICKUP 4 1947 CHEVROLtT PICKUP 4 tyl. 1947 FORD f 250 PICKUP 4 cyl. 1970 INTERNATIONAl PICKUP 4 lARGf SNOW PLOWS W/N05S FORD FI00 NIW SOX x 4 w /* n o w p 1 o v * & w i n c h cyl. t WINGS COMPUTE | N O R T Z * V I R K L E R , I N C . (OUR 57TH YEA*} Member Lewjs County Auto Duoluri Aixoc. ORIN: MON.THUIS.. FRI. NIGHTS TO 9 fM 376-6594 S*T until noon lovyvill.. N.Y. l » o e e » 6 » » 6 i Converse Sneakers M e n 's - B o y s ' - Y o u t h s ' M A N Y COLORS R e g - $ 5 . 9 9 to $ 1 1 . 9 9 SALE $ 3 9 9 w $ ^ 9 9 3 DAYS ONLY T HURS.-FRIOAYSATURDAY C L A R K E ' S “ l o u r F u m i l y S h o p S t o r e \ S t a t e S t r e e t L o w v l l l e OPEN UNTIL 9 P.M. STARTING DEC. 13 FOR CHtflSTMASI i

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