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• ■ * » 4 :hest \ - ; Give the United Way The Fastest Growing Weekly Newspaper In Northern New York r t u t l a n d S t a m b l t n t t t Share United Serving the greater Lewis County area since 1830 1 4 4 T H Y E A R NO. 1 8 LO W V I L L E , N.Y. 1 3 3 6 7 W E D NESD A Y , D E C E M BER 19 , 1 9 7 3 3 2 P A G E S - 1 5 CENTS R e g e n t s A i d F o r S t u d e n t s The New YorkState Educa­ tion Departm e n t has announ­ ced tbe nam e s of winners ot Rfegents College Scholarship o l the 1974 s e r ie s . The names ot the top five Regents S c h o larship w inners in Lew is County are a s fo l­ lows: . Peter J. Phelps, LowviUe Academ y and CentralScbool, 271; Sloghan I. Shanks, Ad­ irondack c e n t r a isch o o l, 2traf K a r l E , Stahl, Low v ille A - cademy, 258; D a v id 3 , M a - rille y . Beaver R ive r Cen­ tra l School, 252; Nancy J. Cam p a n y, Beaver River Cen­ tra l School, 248, Schools in the J O U R N A L ’S circulation area include A d ­ irondack Central, seven win­ n e r s and two alternates; H a r - rla v U le Central S c h o o l, one winner; Lo w v ille Academy, 11 winners and tour alter- naies; South Lew is Central, T u r in , six winners and five alternates; Copenhagen Cen­ tral, five winners and two alternates; Beaver R iver Central, ten winners and two alternates; Carthage Cen­ tral, ten winners and s ix a l ­ ternates. B y schools, the winners a r e a s follows: Adirondack - W inners - Jenntne M . Gallo, M a r ie K. Kw asniewski. N e il B. M c ­ Intyre, Patricia A. Moonan, P h ilip V. Rybaltowsld, Sio - bhan I. Shanks and Patrlcilf A. W o o lschlager. A lte r ­ nates - Elisabeth A. Gates, • and M ichael J. W illiam son. , • L o w v ille Academy - W in- * ners - Rebecca A. Brown, •’ T h o m a s A, Gordon, Michael J . Grau, Renee F, Ham b ­ lin, Joe C . Hamilton, A m y L , Hitchcock, Diane M. Hlad, S t a g e W. Hoage, Patrick M , M c C u e , W e sley J, N a fzlg- « r , Rater J. PAblpe, M a r - tin E . Sm ith, K a r l E. Stahl, Robin E. Stoffel, Gary S. T e r r lllio n , Rebecca A. W il­ lia m s aad O r son P. Yan­ cey. Alternates - Janis G, H a llow , Jane C. M c D o n ­ ald, Melinda M. M ille r and Elisabeth Wallace. H a r r lsville - W inner- Randy C. Leonard. South Le w is - Winners - Juliette E , Hayes, Timothy L , Nellenback, Sara L. Pe­ te r s , Dawna L . Tannenbaum, Wendy M . W tdm e yer a n d S te- ven H. W iley, Alternates - Nancy J. Glngertch, Thom­ as W. Lonts, Tim o thy J. O ’ Brien , Stephen M . Perkins and B a r t B. Pleskaeh, Copenhagen - W inners - Denise M. E lm e r , C h r i s ­ tine F. Foy, H a r r y J. M o r s e , C h r istin a M . Sham b o and R o ­ bert F. Stackel. A lte m a t e s - Cheryl A. Greenwood and Lyn n A. M u r ray. Beaver R ive r - Wtnners - Ju lie A . Burkhard, Nancy J.< Cam p a n y , Calvin R, Genzel, Melody A. Houppert, Susan M . Lyndaker, David J, M a - rilley, Vincent P. Nortz, John M . Sterla, RaphaeUe M . Sullivan and Su s a n J. Taube. Alternates - C a r o , lyn C. Lee and W illiam 3 . Meyer. Carthage - W inners - John M . Archer, Scott D. Atkin­ son, Debra J. Bagnato, Wayne B . Leroux, D a v id J. M o rgan, Sandra JT. Sayre, T a m a r a J. Scherm e rborn, M ichael J. Snyder, Jared A. Thayer and Tlmon P. Thompson. A l ­ ternates - Dean M. C h a r ­ trand, Donald D, Cunning­ ham , Joanne Hughes, Rob­ ert E. Norland, L i s a A . R e - vette a n d Paulette L. Roggie, In addition, four cotmty students received Regents N u r s in g Scholarships as fo l­ lows! C h e r y l A. Greenwood, Copenhagen Central; Ronald Larget, Beaver R iv e r Cen­ tral; Jam e s Salm o n , Beaver River Central; C a r o l Soho- vlc, South Lew is Central, Blood Clinic Syracu s e Regtonal Red C r o s s Bloadm o b lle vd ll be at the Low v ille E l k ’s Club on Thursday, Dec. 20, from 11 a.m. io 4:45 p,m. M r s . Richard Falck is chairm a n of ihe day. \W i t h the C h r istm a s shop­ ping season being ln fall swing, the visit of the B lood­ mobile w ill provide shoppers with tm opportunity to really get into the s p irit of g iv in g , \ a Bloodm o b ile official said. V O IC E O F D E M O C R A C Y - Le w is County M e m o r ial Post 6912, Veterans of Foreign W a r s , presented a w a rds Dec. 11 in its annual V o ice of D e ­ m o cracy scriptw rltlng pro­ gram . In addition to six awards made to the six top sco r ­ ers ln the event, citations were presented to David M c ­ Grath, m a n a ger of W B R V Radio, M ichael J. B l a i r , ed­ itor of the JO U R N A L A N D R E P U B L IC A N , C. James Shapland, Junior-senior high school principal at Low v ille Academy, and M r s . Gene­ vieve Lawrence, head o f the English Department at Low ­ ville Academy, In the photo, leit to right, are: Seated, Ray­ mond Hanno, V.F.W,> com ­ mander, Janelle Glngerlch of Low v ille Academy, first S t e p s T a k e n T o S a v e F u e l • C A N C E R D E T E C T IO N - ( M n . C a r l Rowley, North State St., Low v ille, Lew is County chairm a n for the A - merlcan Cancer Society, r e ­ cently presented a cancer detection device to the Lew . is County Genera] Hospital for use in training s e s s ions for personnel and patients. Receiving the gift from the society was M r s , M a r y Hornlg, hospital training co­ ordinator. The regular meeting of the board of education of the South Lew is Central Schools waa held on T h u r s ­ day, Dec. 13, at the jtm lor- aenior high school In T u r ­ in. Much Um e waa devoted to the effect of the energy c r i s ­ is on South Lewis Central School D istrict. The school district has been notified that effective immediately it will be cut ten percent on Its gasoline allocations. It ts therefore necessary that the district take certain steps to comply with this cut ln sup­ ply. (1). Effective Monday, Decem b e r 17, there w ill be only certain pick-up and drop-off points for all ath­ letic and other events. F o r home and away events a route will be established which will pick up participants at the various school buildings to the district. D o o r to door pick-up and drop-offs are eliminated. There w ill be no spectator buses provided. After the events, participants will be returned to the pick­ up points. D e t a ils as to estimated times will be e s ­ tablished by the high school principal's office-. (2) Effective Frid a y , Dee. 21, and on each F riday there­ after until further notice, there w ill be only one take- home run at the end of the school day. T h is run will start at about 2:20 from the high school and w ill proceed as a normal take home for all elementary and second­ ary students. Artem o o n vo­ cational c la s s e s w ill con­ tinue a s usual and students so affected will receive specall take-home Informa­ tion, There w ill be no late take-home buses on these days. (3) Each im m u n ity is being surveyed to decrease the number of stops which buses must make. These w ill be reduced to assist In keeping time schedules and conserving fuel. (4) Buses on the dally 3:40 p.m. Take home from the high school w ill be re­ assigned on a day-to-dav basis to eliminate any light runs wherever possible. These steps are being taken immediately to comply with the announced gasoline cut. Plans are underway for certain other changes which might become necessary to further conserve fuel and gasoline. Eve r y effort ts being m a d \ to conserve the baste educational progra m as much as possible. In other business, the board authorized revamping of the emergency generator system at the high school to provide emergency powe-to the boiler, At present, the generator only provides power for em e rgencyifght- ing and ventilation. The next staff workshop In the d istrict w lllbeheldon the afternoon of Thursday, Jan. 10. The board plans to meet with the staff of the English department during the latter part of January, The next regular meeting o f th e board of education will be held on Thursday', Tan. 10, V o t e r s O k a y e n o v a t i o n s H E L P N E E D Y - A total of Seven needy fam ilies to L e w ­ is County w ill receive 50- pound food packages this Ch r istin a s due to the gener­ osity o f Low v ille Auto Parts, State Street, LowviUe, and seven area automobile s e r ­ vice centers. The seven service centers agreed to purchasetw o cnses of AC oil filters from Low ­ ville Auto Parts, which in (Continued on Page 1 - C i The regular m eeting ofthe board of Adirondack Centra! School, Boonville, w a s held Tuesday, Dec. 11. The re­ novations bondissue volewas also held on that sam e date, tbe result of which was 267 yes, 118 no, and no void ballots. The board express­ ed Its appreciation for the vote of confidence given the project by the toc.il citizens. Actual renovation w o rklsnot expected to begin within the next four months to allow the architects time to prepare detailed specifications and prepare item s f o r bid. Quotations were received from two local banks on In­ terest for borrowing $875,- 000 to offset moneys antici­ pated through state aid be­ tween now and the end of the calendar year. The board accepted Robert R. Doolen, Jr., a s re g u laro r substitute bus d r ive r . The rest pestlon of Janet Molt?. a m school bus drivers was also accepted effective Dec­ ember 10. An estimate was received from the M u n icipal Com ­ m ission regarding i. pro­ tected cbst o f $500 to con­ vert the ligh t s on the walk­ way from the bus garage to Schuyler Street from muni­ cipal security lights to school operated time control lights. The Installation of this con­ trol w ill allow the district ta operate these security lights for only that period of time needed by students lo traverse this walkway whicft should result to a consider­ able savings of energy and monev on the part of the school district, Thp board was also Informed that sev­ eral lights around the high school utilized to light the entrance and parktov lots were removed from service in order tn further conserve energy. place winner, and M r s. M a r ­ garet Petrovltz, auxiliary president; second row - Wendy Lyndaker of Copen­ hagen Central, Second, Rob­ in Stoffel o f LowviUe A c a ­ demy, fifth, Becky Brown of Low v iU e Academ y , fourth, Tina Waugh o f Copenhagen Central, third, and Janet Schoff of Low v iUe Academy, second; third row - M r. B la ir, M r . Shapland and M r s . Lawrence, U F Goal *38,500 THIS WEEK $ 2 7 , 9 3 8 G i v e T h e U n i t e d W a y C h u r c h e s P l a n » Y u l e S e r v ic e s YO U T H IN S T IT U T E - Once every four years an Interna­ tional Youth Institute takes place within Ihe ranks of the Church of the Nazarene, Na- zarene teenagers from a ll fl­ yer the world gather for a week of spiritual deepenlngj fellowship, fun, and re­ creation. The past history has seen this event take place In C o l ­ orado, but this year Switz­ erland wlU be the sight of the Institute. Only a certain number of teens are chosen from each district. The Lowville church is one of 55 churches on the Upstate New Y o rk D istrict. Through a screen­ ing process based upon some very stringent factors, 19 (Continued on Page 5-B', The Ch r istm a s seasonw lll be heralded in Low v ille with special program s of music in churches o f all faiths. C h r istm a s w ill Be ob­ served to all churches with traditional services featur­ ing choral m u s ic, and ap­ propriate serm o n s by the m inisters. T R IN IT Y E P IS C O P A L T r in ity Episcopal Church began preparing for C h r i s t ­ m a s by observing the Advent Season on Dec. 2. O n that Sunday, the Advent Wreath was blessed and the first candle lighted, and the ch il­ dren decorated a Je s s e Tree with the many sym b o ls of people in the Old Testament who paved the way for the com ing of Jesus. Sunday, Dec. 23, the Church School w ill present a C h r istm a s Pageant at the 10 a,m. service, entitled “The Secret Way,” The dram a is a story told by Melchior, one o f the three W ise Men, to a shepherd boy who he meets while Journeying from Bethlehem. The service w ill conclude with a p rocession of a birthday cake and everyone staging Happy Birthday to Jesus. Fojlowtag the pro­ gram , a birthday party will take place In the parish house. Ch r istm a s Eve, the Holy Eucharist with special mu­ sic by the Junior and Senior C h o irs w ill be celebrated at U p,m. P r io r to the s e r ­ vice, the Junior Choir, un­ d e r the direction of Mildred Reed, w ill sin g a se r ie s of ca r o ls ln the rear of the church. The service wtU commence with a choir pro­ cessional of “ O Com e , O come, Em m a n u e l,\ followed by the reading of tbe C h r ist­ m a s Gospel from St. John, and then everyone Joining with the sin g in g of the fam ­ ous carol \ O Com e , all ye faithful.” Cynthia Kellogg wUl sin g *«0 Holy N igh t \ between the Old Testament Lesson and Tb» Epistle. Both ch o irs w ill sing the of­ fertory anthem ‘% i t h A Voice Of Sta g in g \ by Shaw. M u s ic for the eucharistlc parts of the service will be from “ T h a n k s and P r a ise ” by Harrison. C h r istm a s Day, the Holy Eu c h a r ist, without music, w ill be celebrated at 10 a.m. Sunday, January 6, theDay of the Epiphany, thecelebra- tion of the Eucharist w ill include the presentation of the W ise Men to the Creche. U N IT E D M E T H O D IST On Dec. 12 at 8 p.m., the Rev, John Aider and the peo­ ple of the Bethel Church of the Nazarene took part to the Traditional Ch r istm a s service ln the historic West M a r tinsburg Church. The Youth C h o ir of the Bethel Church provided s p e cial s e a ­ sonal music and Rev, Alder preached the serm o n . The pastor, Rev. K.F, Nay, led the service. The LowviUe United M e ­ thodist C h r istm a s program with theChurchSchool c la s s , es participating was held an Sunday. Dec. 16. A tree of sox is being decorated, with the sox going to the Neigh- borhood Center in Utica. The Marttasburg Christm a s pro­ gram wttb the children and youth participating w ill be at 7:30 p.m., on Sunday.Dec. 23. A traditional Christm a s Eve communion service for fam ilies w ill be held to the Low v ille United Methodist Church for all the people of the LowviUe charge and any­ one else wishing to be a part of the service, The service Is at 8 p.m. A contemporary type of communion service will be held in the LowviUe sanc­ tuary at 11:30 p.m. Many young people like to come especially for the service. Everyone is welcome. There wlU be special mu­ sic by the BeU C h o ir and the Cherub Ch o ir at the regular Fam U y W o rship in the LowviUe service on S u n ­ day, Dec. 23. F IR S T P R E S B Y T E R IA N The special C h r istm a s a c ­ tivities of the F i r s t Presby­ terian will be very much in­ volved with the m u sic of Christm a s . The choir under the directions of M. Ronald Johnson, w ill sin g on C h r ist­ mas Sunday the anthem, “Sta r o f Bethlehem” . On Ch r istm a s eve at 11 p.m., a Fe s tival of Lights service, i*,tth music by a b r a s s quartet Playing \J o y to the W o rld,” and \ O Come A U Ye Faith­ ful.” The choir wlU sin g “D o You Hear What 1 H e a r \ “ Hodie C h r ist E s t \ and Echo Carol, Juliette Shapland, a member of the Children's Choir, will sin g a saio, \C h r istm a s ” . The congre­ gation wiU sin g several of the fam iliar carols and take part ta the candlelightlng service. The church school children wUl have a party and program on the after­ noon of Dec. 23 at 4 p.m, to the church. Children are asked to take a sm a U gift to leave at the nativity to share with the residents o f a nursing home. F IR S T B A P T IS T Sunday School for all age groups wUl convene at 9:45 a.m. with Hugh Worden, su* (Continued on Page 1-C ) L E A D E R S H IP C O N T E S T - Two Lew is County students have won first place to the LowviUe E l k s ’ Lodge No. 1605 Youth Leadership Con­ test, Christina Shambo, upper left photo, a senior at C o ­ penhagen Central School, topped the g i r l ’s competition, while Ronald Lyndaker, upper right, a s e n t o r a t L o w ­ viUe Academy and Central School, was first to the b oy’s division. Both are now eligible for the statewide E l k s competi­ tion. (Continued on Page 1-C) C H R IS T M A S C O N C E R T - On Thursday, Decem b e r 20, at 8 p.m. In ttn Beaver River Central School auditorium, the Annual Senior High C h r istm a s Concert w ill be presented. The F.H.A. wtll hold a hakes a le during inter­ m ission. The concert wlU open with the Concert C h o ir under the dtrecUon of Joseph Perry. The Choir w lU p e n o r m * ‘r o r Unto U s » Child Is Bo r n ” from Handel’s oratorio The Messiah, “ T h ree K in g s ” by Healy W illan, “ O Magnum Maaterium” by Thomas Sonis da Vtttorla, and \ T h y Spirit Floweth F r e e ” by George G rledrlch Handel, MLss Colleen Murphy, stu­ dent teacher front the State University College al Pots­ dam, w ill a s s ist M r . Perry and conduct the V lttorl* composition. The Senior Band under Lionel Snave wlU then per­ form “ G reatSongs of C h rist- m a s ,\ a medley of Winter Wonderlsnd, Slive r BeU s, and A C h r istm a s Song by Robert Lowden; “ White C h r istm a s ” by Irving B e r - (Continued on Page 1-C)

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