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) ADVANCE-NEWS Stephen J. Marek Wed At Carthage Miss Cheryl Marie Gokey, daughter of Mr. andiMrs. Robert Gokey of Herrings, N.Y., became the bride of Stephen Joseph Marek, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Marek of 914 East David St., this city, at 2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 30, in St. James Church, Carthage, N.Y. The Rev. Thomas Casey, O.S.A., assistant pastor, officiated at the double ring ceremony. . Miss Kathleen Nettles of Watertown, was maid of honor. Klaus Crosbie of Watertown, was best man. The bride attended the State University Agricultural and Technical College at Canton. She is a labortory technician at the House of the Good Samaritan hospital, Watertown. The bridegroom graduated from the State University Agricultural and Technical College at Canton, this past June. He is also employed at \the House of the Good Samaritan. The couple will reside at Watertown. CUTTING DOWN NEW YORK (AP) — ABC News says it will televise live only the important developments, such as voting and ac- ceptance speeches of candidates, in covering the presidential nominating conventions next summer. Following the practice it established in 1968, the network will go on the air from the conventions at 9:30 p.m. for a brief summary each night. Howard K. Smith and Harry Reasoner will be the anchormen. SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1971 PAGE 9 Classified Advertising FOR SALE TO SETTLE ESTATE 1970 CHEVROLET IMP ALA, 8 CYLS., 4 DOOR SEDAN, POWER STEERING, POWER BRAKES AND OTHER OPTIONS. MAY BE SEEN BY CALLING TRUST DEPARTMENT, OGDENSBURG TRUST COMPANY 393-2700 SEALED BIDS WILL BE ACCEPTED TO NOVEMBER 10,1971 AT 3 P .M. OGDENSBURG TRUST COMPANY, EXECUTOR ESTATE HENRY H, MACLEAY WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO REJECT ANY AND ALL BIDS. Real Estate For Sate Real Estate For Sate SERVICE KNOWS NO SEASON-The United worker are transferring a child from the Fund has more than 30 agencies rendering more than 50 services working to aid the various needs of humanity. Here, Mrs. Elizabeth Benton, a case aide for Catholic Charities, and a volunteer Catholic Charities office to a temporary foster home under the supervision of the agency. Catholic Charities benefits from the United Fund. United Fund In Ogdensburg Is Growing CANTON — Vice Chairman Richard C. Fox Wednesday reported the Ogdensburg campaign of the St. Lawrence County United Fund had reached more than 60 per cent of its goal • in support of the many agencies serving the Ogdensburg area. Fox noted that the Professional and Health Division with Chairman Frank A. Murray has exceeded the Division Goal of $7,000 with considerably more pledges yet to be received, Murray reported that the St. Lawrence State Hospital CSEA em- ployes and staff increased their con- tributions by almost 60 percent over last year and St. Joseph's Home employes increased their contributions by 41 per- cent with participation by all employes. The contributions by both groups create new records in giving, according to Murray. f TEXAS BASED-^-Airman William I. Bennett, son of Mr. and Mrs. Francis E. Bennett, Star Route, Heuvelton, N.Y., has completed basic training at Lackland AFB, Texas. He has been assigned to Sheppard AFB, Texas, for training in the wire maintenance field. Air- man Bennett is a 1971 graduate of Heuvelton Central High School. Girl Scouting Little Trouble Association Sets Meeting A very important meeting of the Picquet Girl Scout Neighborhood. Association will be\ held Nov.T$ at 7:30 p.m. at the-Synagogue Social Hall, Mrs. Harold McCullough, Neighborhood Chairman,- announced Saturday. All leaders, co-leaders, service team members, and registered adult scouts are asked to attend. In observance of \Person-to-Person Week,\ each member may bring a guest who is not a volunteer adult scout to Monday's meeting. A complete report of recent troop activities will be highlighted during the business program. Develops Among Telephone Men MASSENA—The St. Lawrence County Sheriff's Department reports that no major conflicts developed^ when a ^chartered\ airplane arrived:' here carrying some 24 Telephone'Company workers from out-of-state, at about 8:10 p.m. Friday. Local telephone employes had threatened to cause problems as the men arrived, the report states. However, Sheriff's patrols 'were dispatched to the airport where they reportedly found a few strikers on the scene. Slight confrontations did develop, deputies reported, but local taxis were sent to take the crew to various quarters in the Potsdam and Ogdensburg areas. Democrats Pick Up Three Continued from page eight posed; Leon Eurto, supt. of highways unopposed; Republican George E. MacPherson defeated Donald Clark, 769 to 618 for assessor. four years and Edward D. Ferguson, (D), swamped John H. Wolfe, Jr., 1046 to 427 for town justice. Another close election was recorded in the Town of Oswegatchie. Supervisor Incumbent Donald A. Livingston, (R) defeated Paul J. Leamy by 10 votes, 486 to 476. The only other contended seat was for Town Justice where incumbent Walter Glen Rickett, (R) defeated Stanley E. Warren 438 to 290. Elected unopposed were George Finely, clerk; Morgan Rickett, supt. of highways and Paul J. Wood, councilman. Only opposed race in Parishville was for Town Justice where Dean F. Wilson, (R) defeated Democrat Dale J. Wells. Unopposed were Donald W. Young, supervisor; VelmaS. Hoyt, clerk; Floyd A. Remington, supt. of highways; Howard E. Hinman, assessor four years; Richard F. Bicknell, assessor two years and Walter H. Clark, coun- cilman. The Republicans lost one seat in the Town of Piercefield where Democrat Francis Griffin defeated LeRoy Chellis 77 to 66 for councilman. Republican victories were scored by' Richard Buckley, supervisor; Dorothy Zenger, clerk and Raymond Dumas, coun- cilman. Democrat Jerry Amell was elected assessor two years unopposed. Republicans swept the Town of Pierrepont with Thomas Kendall elected supervisor; Kathryn Paul, clerk; Lawrence Tupper, supt. of highways; Keith Collins, assessor four years; Orin B. Thomas, assessor two years; Geraldine Ostrander, tax collector and Rex C. Brown and Roger Huntley, councilmen. Republican winners in all races in Pitcairn were Donald B. Phelps, supervisor; Kenneth Fuller, supt. of highways; Roy W. Geer, assessor four years; Timothy Hooley, assessor two years; Helen Manchester, tax collector; Wilfred Scott, justice; Wilfred Fenton, councilman and unopposed Winnie Gotham, (D), clerk. In the Town of Potsdam Incumbent Francis G. Healey, D, retained his Franklin Goes Democratic Franklin County voters elected a Democratic county legislature for the second time in the county's history according to Harold Brown of the Malone Evening Telegram. The last Democratic majority to rule in Franklin County was in 1933. What is currently a 4-3 Republican majority on the board will become a 5-2 Democratic majority on Jan. 1. Incumbent Democratic legislators Robert Vincelette and Charles McCormick were reelected over the Rev. Robert Simonds and Edwin Wescott. Vincelette defeated the Rev. Simonds 1021 to 726 and McCormick of Chateaugay defeated Wescott of Burke 1213 to 1028. Malone Democrats were victorious as they defeated their Republican in- cumbents for the county legislature. George Pond tallied 1019 votes to 840 for his opponent, Josephy Poissant. In district four, incumbent Stuart Child polled 922 votes but fell short of his opponent, Lyndon Baker who tallied 1102. County legislator David Van- derwalker of Santa Clara was reelected over Supervisor Richard Dow of Moira 1239 to 1086. In the Town of Altamont, Republican Ernest Wood of Tupper Lake defeated Russell Gould, also of Tupper Lake, 1107 to 867 and in district seven, Republican county legislator William Mansion ran unopposed. The Town Board of Malone went solidly Democratic as the only surviving Republican was Town Justice William Hardy who defeated William Benware 2311 to 1228. Bernard Burns and Daniel McCann defeated their Republican councilmen candidates M. William Blanchard and Jerry Dumont. Burns defeated Blan-. chard 1827 to 1555 and McCann was elected over Dumont by a 1963 to 1623 margin. Democratic Supervisor William King was reelected over Republican Mayor Kenneth Tulloch 2137 to 1427. supervisor seat decisioning Republican contender George L. Theobold, 2047 to 1316. Julia S. Anderson (R), defeated Catherine M. .Colish, 1779 to 1482 for town clerk and Joel Merriman, (R), defeated Milton P. Snell, 1768 to 1476, for councilman. Unopposed were Robert Halliday, town justice and Donald J. Jones, supt. of highways. In the Town of Rossie, Clarence E. Jenne, running unopposed for coun- cilman was the only Democratic winner. Other winners were Helen Bell, supervisor, unopposed; Milton H. Marcellus, supt. of highways; William R. Evans, assessor four years; Charles Dunkelberg, assessor two years; Irene Schofell, tax collector and William J. Maloy, town justice. In the Town of Russell Democrats William Strate and Elmer Dana were elected supervisor and supt. of highways respectively, defeating Newell O'Brien and John H. Brown. Unopposed were Indez Maybee, clerk; June Falk, tax collector and Douglas Beachard, justice. In a close race all the way in Stockholm, Edward W. Tanner, (R) defeated Richard M. Cook for super- visor, 628 to 609; Duana Carey, (R), defeated Sandra McLaughlin for town clerk, 763 to 481; Silas Hunter was elected supt. of highways unopposed; Maurice J. Hourihan, (D) defeated Harold W. Dunn for four year assessor, 637 to 546; Morgan A. Marsh, Jr., (R), defeated L. Newell Johnson for assessor (wo years, 625 to 582; Lila J. Waldruff defeated Frances Murray for tax collector and Bernard A. Rockwood, (D) and William L. Ramsdell, (R), won councilman- seats. And' in the Town of Waddington, Incumbent Supervisor R. Bruce Pemberton, (R), defeated contender William R. Green 489 to 356. The Republicans Won all off ices-as Marcia Tiernari was elected clerk unopposed; Superintendent of Highwasys Alton Gregore retained his position defeating Independent Mylas J. Miller 540 to 250; James R. Mayette defeated Peter Doelger, (D), 402 to 395 for assessor four years; James W. Fife defe.ated Vern Pike, (D), 516 to 283Tfor assessor two years; Paul A. Rutherford was elected justice unopposed and Harry G. Nickerson was unopposed as coun- cilman. GOOD VALUES FOR SMART BUYERS 506 ELIZEBETH STREET - This lovely 8 room home has everything! Large livingroont with fireplace, carpeted floors, modern kitchen, iy 2 baths, garage, large landscaped lot. MORELAND ROAD - Modern ranch home with attached garage, 3 miles from Ogden- sburg, located in 1 acre land- scaped plot. 2. OR 3 BEDROOM MOBILE HOME, SET, ON ACRE LOT, 1% stall garage, 12 miles from Ogdensburg on route 37B. Financing available, ?8,000. F0RSYTHE • REALTOR Call 393-4991 or 393-2307 SALESMAN FOR APPOINTMENT ONLY Genny Vielhauer, 393^-5852 - AUenkins, Ph. 393-3734 Ed Hendee, 344-8818 r Fox and Murray both praised Co- Chairmen Dan Herzog and Red' Langstaff of the State Hospital drive for the fine increase which, combined with anticipated reports from other divisions, will put the Ogdensburg campaign over the top. The Advance Gifts Division with chairman Richard E. Winter and the Commercial Division with Patrick Quirk report that all their cards are .in the hands of contributors and major returns from these divisions are ex- pected in the next two weeks to bring the campaign to a successful conclusion. Pvt. Steven M. Kirby Completes Clerical School Major Philip J. Hickok,. U.S. Army, son of Mr. and. Mrs. Frank F. Hickok, 419 Franklin St., Ogdensburg, has been transferred from the Presidio, San Francisco, to a second tour of duty in Vietnam. Mrs. Hickok, the former Sharon Arm- strong, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Armstrong, 722 E. South St., Ogdensburg, and their three children are residing at 446 Robin Drive, Corte Madera, Calif., 94925, while Major ' Hickok is in Vietnam. • Our Readers Write LIVINGSTON THANKS VOTERS Editor The Journal Dear Sir: This is to express my appreciation to the people of the Town of Oswegatchie who voted for me. Also, I am most grateful for those who worked so diligently in my behalf. I shall continue to work for good ef- ficient government at the lowest possible cost to the taxpayer. Yours truly, Donald A. Livingston .Dear Editor,. After reading the recent sports article by John O'Donnel, I wonder how many parents are concerned about the fresh- men and sophomores at Ogdensburg Free Academy who were caught drinking. Some parents probably read the sjx>ry and thought \thank goodness my son (or daughter) doesn't belong to the football team, rf and doesn't drink.\...or \I don't have to worry about, that- problem with my children.\...Parents who feel this way should take a closer look....you do have to worry .about it!!! If you have a student in junior or senior high at Ogdensburg Free Academy you should worry about it. We in Ogdensburg, and in probably every upstate community, do have a drinking problem involving young students. Should we close our eyes to the problem and say \Thank goodness it isn't drugs\?? or should we try to stop this crime??....It is a crime to sell or to serve alcoholic beverages to minors. Where are the parents when these minors have their parties with drinking?? Where are the parents when the youngsters come home at night??.....Who is selling the booze to the minors'?? Let's find out before it's too late. Let's start punishing ourlrids when they're caught. Let's not make it the responsibility of the school to discipline our children. The school have their hands~ full trying to educate our children, without als*6 having to accept the responsibilities which belong to the parents. Is there another big party scheduled for the near future??' Who wilj be responsible for accident or injury involving a minor who has been drinking??\? It's, time to wake up...Some parents simply do not know what their children are up to, or perhaps they simply don't care enough. Extremely concerned 625 JAY STREET - Compact room home fully insulated, carpeted and paneled livihgroom with fireplace |11,500. 912 MECHANIC STREET - At- tractive 6 room home with new metal roof, aluminum siding, 1 paneled walls, carpeted floors, nice yard. Low heating cost and taxes. $9,000. ' I 4 BEDROOM HOME, iy 2 baths! § near Morristown. Owner anxious.' I Patricia Kemp » RRfHTFR f. BROKER | 375-8276 ft Salesman p Lois Johnson !| John Langlry 375-6323 375-6355 Auctions FOR IMMEDIATE SALE river front property. River Street, Ogdensburg, N. Y. For further information call Texaco Inc. 393-2950. FLACKVILLE, N.Y. — 7 ROOM MODERN HOME including building 60 x 50 ft. Excellent for any kind of 'business or apartment, approximately Vt acre land in- ' eluding 172 ft*, frontage on Canton Rd: NEW LOW PRICE ON THIS 10 YEAR OLD RANCH HOME View of scenic Black Lake, finished basement with fireplace, wall to -wall carpeting. NEW LOW PRICE, 3 BEDROOM HOME 1 block from OFA, all newly remodeled down, all copper plumbing, new wiring, 2 stall garage, good lot. 916 Pickering St. REALTOR OUR AIM IS SERVICE 1 ' 393-1333 - -\ - CHOICE 2 BEDROOM HOME, 2 baths, complete, fireplace, hard- wood floors oak wood-work, 2 stall garage, large L shaped lot* 932 Green St. Price to sell immediately. f fine! P. laRose REALTOR OUR AIM IS SERVICE\ 3934^3' ' AUCTION at John Beswiek's barn at Buck's Bridge near Madrid Monday evening November 8, 6 p.m. Gates open 5:30 phone Calls answered before .8 a.m. Legaj Notices WATER RATES Water rates are now due and may be paid at the City Treasurer's Office, Room 5, City Hall, Ogden- sburg, New York during the hours of -9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Monday _ through Friday for thirty (30) days from date of notice without penalty. After December 1,1971 a penalty of 10 percent will be added. Invoices . have been mailed and must be presented when making payment. DATED ( NOVEMBER 1, 1971 ROBERT W. BRAY CITY COMPTROLLER |JlllllllIilllIIIIIlllIIIIilIlllllillllllllllllllllllllllllllll!IJ| DIRECT OF $ER\ Permanent residents and fie' find the Fall Directory the every problem. Use it now reference. AUSTIN'S AUTO GLASS, radiator spec. £ 511 State St. 393-3890. i .iLL TYPES of construction'. RICHARD STEVENSON CONST. 393-4773. A-H SANITATION SERVICE Septic . tanks, cesspools, dry .wells, drains, cleaned, installed, repaired. Home office, Call collect 1-287-3481,1-800-962- 8996. 24 hour answer & service. ! ! CES omef s to this area will ivenieiit way to solve nd save it for future ROOFING AND SIDING CALL 393-6660 COMMERCIAL RESIDENTIAL OGDENSBURG WINDOW CLEANING] PH. 393.2078 G, RIPLEY PRES. CASH OIL SERVICE - prices same as last year, 393-4170. BLACK TOPPING & SEALING Stone £- gravel. Light dozer work. Free est. 50 mile radius, Goburri Blacktopping, DeKalb Jet. 355^241. UPHOLSTERY BY (GRAVEUNE '. WHERE. QUALITY IS GUARANTEED 1504 Canton St., . - 393-3584 ill?-!' WALK EKTNC. i R & L GEN. CONTRACTORS, roofing & siding, building any type Bid. Insured, Free Est..386-2534. CARPENTRY OF ALL ' KINDS, Paneling, Ceilings, walk in closets, Finished attics, insulating, Add-A room. Reasonable rates, All work guaranteed, Complete Home Building Service. 518-358-2866. HOME GLASS INSTALLED - Will in- stall or repair any and all. glass Dick Brennan 393-3849. Free pickup and delivery. • - • • - — \ i - ^- Installation & Services on all makes of TV Antennas. Rotors repaired. Pat j Bfuyere. Phone 393-2732. PFS TRUCKING, NO JOB TOO SMALL. - Prompt friendly service, Enclosed van- fully insured, ph. 393-6655. H&rb Meacham - Bill McElravy.

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