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Bolivar breeze. (Bolivar, Allegany Co., N.Y.) 1891-1965, June 17, 1965, Image 1

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k the .'•'.ft. » it, itnde nv a Jiple, nited ality, * to ■ an The ‘eace’ i thi and ppli- •tant for nust It to usly n OB ours liless'' nish ieve- 5 an I ince and ^'joth Year — Number 43 \hursdav June 17,1965 a . 10 cents per copy Just Some Stuff Off the Cuff by Bernard Hilton I If anyone reading this column {witnessed the rascals-who. pulled s on Main Street last Saturday Ivening, please contact Officer |ak Marsh or this writer. Wlien Merchants spend .hidney to help Eiake our Main Street more at- tactive, it is a crirne (it certainly [) to have someone destroy them. I Bowl-O-Vdr Lanes Manager Jhuck Cornelius r^o r ts -that if liiough interest is shown, a three- ^an summer league will be form- i shortly. If you are interested in lowling this summer, contact Thuck or Emmeif Karl at the . ines in the evening or ^at their iomes. J When the teacher asked the llass the name of the first man In earth, Johnny was quick to re- lly. [ “Hoss was the first' man.’ I Teacher: “No, no Johnny, Adam jvas the first man on earth.” ; “01\, yeah.” said the youngster, knew it was one'of those Cart­ wrights.” New Teacher Salary Schedule Adopted By Board Of Education The Bolivar board of edu­ cation last week adopted a Shiary schedule ranging from a minimum af $5,000 to a maxinium of $8,600 for 'teackefs hoilding a bache- lors degree.. The 25-step schedule re­ places the 12-step pay rate which, ranged from $4,500 to $7,2()0. An additional $300 is provided on each step for instructors holding masters’ degrees or those completing 60 hours of approved train ing. Approval of an extra month’s employment this Summer for Ralph Butler, instrumental music teacher, led to agreement on another move — having the school band participate in two parades. The young mu­ sicians will march, at the Eighth District American Legion convention June 19 in Belmont, and at the South­ western Volunteer Firemen’s Association parade at Silver* Creek in August. Employment of Robert Sherman, recent graduate of St. Bonaventufe University, to fill -a new grade 9-10 English position was approv­ ed. It was\ noted the job for- Jacqueline F a g o u r t Robert Sutton Plan August 21 W edding Popular Bolivarian Dave Curfin Jng upstate 4o-Geneva iht-tiie-near iuture. Their many friends will jiiss Dave, Rita and the young- iters, but we all wish them well Ind know it is a move fpr the bet­ ter. Coipe back and visit us often pave and Rita! j The Shaner and Pounds groups trrived back in town last week Ind from their annual fishing ex­ cursion to Kipuwa. Ham Shaner says thh fishing , was great,, the leather beautiful and the com­ pany very enjoyable^ (How come if [he fishing Is always so good that 2 never see any fish?) , taught andth^ cour^. The board, members alsp: Approved sending men- tallly retarded children-' to Wellsviille for participation in work-study classes, with four expected to be eligible: - Authorized furnishing of transportation for young- s t e r s attending Summer school in Wellsville. ' -Agreed to a contract with the Atlegany County Board Of Cooperative Educational Mr. and Mrs. George Fagouri of Bolivar announce the engagement of their daughter, J acqueline, to Robert Sutton, son of \Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Sutton of New Rqchellej. Miss Fagouri received a Bachelor of Arts degree from State University College' at Cortland and a Master’s De­ gree from the Maxwell School of' History at Syra­ cuse University. She is cur­ rently teaching at Lincoln High School in Yonkers. Mr. Satfon is, com.pXetipg woriefor-kis^MasterV Degree Glean Native Named Richburg School Head Bruce T. Forness, head of the industrial arts depart­ ment and adult education director at Portville Central School, has . been named superyising principal at Rich- burg Central SchbdTT He succeeds Andrew W. Campbell, superyising prin­ cipal for the past two years whose resignation was ac­ cepted last month by the Richburg board of education. The appointment of Mr. Forness following a person­ al interview before the board on Monday evening. His was one of several applications considered: The new ptindpal expects to assume his new duties a- round July 1. Mr. Forness, 36, is a native of Clean and is the son of Mr. and Mrs, C. W, Forness of that city. He is complet­ ing^ his tenth year with the. faculty and administration ‘ at Portville. s. _ Mr. Forness is married to the former Lois Shepardson of Little Falls, and they have six children. Following service with the U. S. Navy, Mr. Forness took the bachelor of science in International Relations at Qity College, New York. ' The wedding, will take place Aug. 21 at_St. Mary’s Church in Bolivar. Last CaU, Old Grads: Deadline Today For- Alumni Dinner Tickets. Graduates of\ Bolivar Cen­ tral School are reminded that , today, June 17, is the last the . annuak alumni banquet will be accepted. Event will be hqld Satur­ day evening, June 26, in the purchased from officers of thelAlumni Association : Neil Dempsey, Pauline Paffie, Beulah Haught or Fred Bhrt- lett Mrs. Carol (Rosalie Mar- quart Fathauer, former BCS English teacher who was to have been a speakef, is un- able to attend because of the , serious illness of her father. ' Main ^ d r e s s will be deli­ vered by Rear Admiral Earl Trosino, USN (Ret.), who has served on all the oceknis of .the world. bn June 4, 1944, 160 m,iles , off the.West Coast ef Africa, Admiral Trosino helped capture. the U-505 German , submarine, the first foreign man-o-war' so taken since .1815. Labeled “the biggest event in the battle of the Atlantic,” the encounter was , . .1 J. T T . the only sea battle ever to be degree from the State Umy- „aVvarded the Congressional ersity College at Oswego m jjonor. 1952, majonng m industrial . . . - _ arts-.education, and the mast- eribF science degree [from St, ^ 1 For years we .thought golf was. a iilly game, chasing that little ball over the grass; But have we |een bitten! After aU these years If thinking golf was for the birds, came up with a birdie on the. t hole a t BCCr^ * Annual School Meet ^peaking of the above reminds p the follovidng story. ~ ~ I “How long have you been play- P Jaly-MltRichburg feventh tee.- . [ “Oh, ab6ut two' months,” he teplied. VILLAGE OKs OIL WELL DRILLING AT SITE OF MUSEUM The Bolivar Village Board has approved an ordinance which will pfetmit the Pioneer Services for supplying of in- ^ Oil Museum of New York, strifetors on the same basis Inc. to drill a well within as usual. , village limits. -Accepted a resolution to As enacted following- a permit elementary teachers public hearing Monday at to attend an English work- which no opposition was shop at Anglica this Summer, voiced , the ordinance will -Discussed a tentative permit drilling alongside’the 1965-66 budget and set June former Colegrove and Wood 25 as date^ for a^ special ses- q J j well supply store which is beinsr converted' into a muse- wiB be, approved. ^ n r T E i s ~ ^ r be a Bonaventure University, ma- j oring in administration, with a minor in guidance. He received the principal’s certification in 1959 from the State Education Department, and lias since achieved 17 academic 'credits beyond those r e q ui r e d , for the master’s degree. He taught from 1952 to 1954 at Lyon JHountain Union Free School, and from 1954 to 1955 at “Naples Central School. Admiral, Tnosino took the ^ submanne tp: Chieago„ IlL in 1954, where it is on display . at Jackson-Park as a me­ morial to sailors who have lost their lives At sea. The naval man resides in Springfield, Pa^, and has a summer camp at Seven Bridges near Copdersport, Pa. He is married .And the. father of two sons. Fate Of Highways Post, Board Of Assessors Rests On Wirt Election •The question of ^changing th e highways superinten­ dent’s post from elective to appointive in the Town of J$M -will-rbe—deeided— Octogenariai^s Honored B7 Richburg Church Claire Miller and Henry L. Minis were honored re­ cently at a “victorious Christ­ ian service” , banquet by the congregatipn of the Richburg First Day Baptist Church. The octogenarians have each served the church over 60 years. Mr. Mil'ler joined the church in 1904 and has been a deacon since 1907. Mr. Miilis was baptized and has been a member since 1902,^ and “has served as a deacon since 1920. . . - . Mr. and Mrs. MiHis ob- served their. 60th 'bedding \\\ anniversary in Apyitl^ -Mr.’ iHllie serve^O-yearS-omthe r Richburg school .board\ and as its presidpt for 28 years. anent attractiop,\v^ith-^nr special election’July ,2. profits from the puihping to The Wirt Town Board be utilized in the museum’s adopted the enablldng • reso- __ ______________ _ operation. lutions at its JunerlO-m^ Annual school district The project is being under- ing. Election will be held in meeting and election in Rich- taken by the NTS Gil Prod- Town Hall f 1 W^wilTbeTieia afucers:*Aiidciatioh: : whi ch - YT^andTJaperWlofs^w^^ ‘ThatV really plansHo renaodekthe extenor . ,, Ny an excellenl game.’^ . One truSteeshipvthat of L. of the store as a replica pi Mr Milller former oil well “I ought to, ft took rhe fbut / Mauri6e M c G ^ an old oil countfy dwelling, r Jdif cour^iv Bob locate $8QQ . for sappott of- detennine i^ t h e y i a r e haz- -at itsi May 13 se$qipn. ^ ^ '■’ if* V - > 1 « v % ■ -.c uauxage xo ineir. 4vit:uM.ui.s R e a inontii or so^agb. • . . for voter approyal. absence.

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