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2 Sec. I-—TheTribone-FW* Gourerneur. NY. January 31, 197 3 RETIRING POSTAL EMPLOYEES were honored at a dinner at the Cl*»rvie* on Fridav Jan is. from left. J iilenn Drumb. clerk, after 30 years service; Postmaster Carl V\ L^uis uho presented the retirees each a bond from their fellow employees; A J Boulet. rural carrier and former Past master, after 11 years; and John D Bulger, clerk, after 23 years »Staff pholo —\ Reuss* SLU economist discusses changes facing banks In a couple <>t years, this part of New York stale will be the center • »f bank-merging activity, was the • •pinion expressed Wednesday by Lauren V Clufe. professor of economics at Sr. Lawrence University, and currently on sabbatical to study *the com- mercial bank structure in Nor- thern New York. A look at what will happen as a result of legislation passed in July, 1971 was described u> The Luncheon Club members. This action will, in effect, open up'Uie >tare as a single banking district in January of i*T6. .A' 'he present, there are nine banking districts in rhe state This area is included in the fifth — comprised «>f Franklin. St Schedule of Events Winter Carnival MONDAY. FEB. 5 8 a.m. Ice Fishing Contest begins, to continue through Monday. Feb 12 at 5:30 p.m. King and Queen polling places open at Kinney's and Grants. Voting to continue through Friday. Feb. 9 at 5:00p.m. Prince and Princess polling places open at Gouverneur* High School ami The People's Place, voting to continue through the close of school Friday, Feb 9 Window painting entries completed by 5:00 p.m. WEDNESDAY. FEB. 7 Ice skating competition — Mills Memorial Park 7.00 p.m. Three categories sub-divided into age groups — singles to music, couples to music, speed skating THURSDAY, FEB 8 • Sled decorating contest — Morning head start; 4 p.m. Elementary students at East Side, West Side, and St. James Schools simultaneously. r FRIDAY. FEB. 9 '** S:00 p.m. -'12:00 Winter Carnival teen dance at High School. Coronation of Prince and Princess. 5:00 p.m old-fashioned New England supper varied menu til all are served. . SATURDAY, FEB. 10 9 a.m. Judging snow sculptures begins. 10:00 a.m. Volleyball match - high school gym 9.00 p.m - 1 a.m. Winter Carnival Coronation Ball at BPOE Elks Lodge, Richville Road. Coronation of King and Queen. SUNDAY, FEB. 11 10 a.m. Snowmobile races, at Dodds Motor Sales, Sommerville Road, classed high speed oval races. l*n\reiK*t\ Jt'ttVrson and ix i wis vi »unnes Until 1976. bank> not in holding Vi'mpany h»rm mavtuituurgeor branch «»u»side thoir d7?mct, but indua'K»ns are that before thai •mu\ fhere will -bo active nuTiiinti activity within districts .jn establish-a strung competitive Winlo there will be a loss in •erm> «.f nostalgia with the assimila'inn of independent hanks. *he benefits tu the com- munity are many. Since, by law, banks are turbidden u> loan more 'ban 10 per cent <»[ its assests tu a cus'.»mer. »his vehicle for eo>n<-mic ^'\ow'h is limited. 'Mergers U\Uld make more in»nev available fur loans. (Vivrahzedx'umputer operations ^•••uld aid in efficiency. •Mr Clu T e was introduced bv nr«»t:rani Crapser -c h a I r m a n John THEATRE THUBS. £ FBI.. FEB. 1 ACTION* £ COMEDY SHOWN AT 7:80 PJi. • *• .' m I Rl t'-ofr * *a EVA •ii m%l E8 *»\>e' *»e- ^o m } - BOB HOPE MARIE SAINT , NGELMY HNknm °' 0% • iri • mmu^cavo^* company 5^ PLUS AT 9:10 P.M. HERBERT COATES deans list He r ber* Coaxes made rhf- dean s Jist during 'he fall semester 1972-73 He is attending Can'on AT<~ and majors in Automotive Technology He is 'he son of Mr and Mrs Richard Coa'es Scot- ch Se'tiemen* Road In T he business meeting preceding ! he program, it was no.vd iha' sales <»f program advertisement tor fhe variety sh<>u were progressing well, with B b R\'und»»'s 'earn in the lead. (Her iwenty acts have been Aaudrinned for the variety show. fr«>m which approximately 18 will be chosen. In response to • inquiries regarding rhe spon- sorship of *he Red .Cross Bloodrnobile. the Club declared rs willingness T o support une of : he lour scheduled visits per .year, and suggested that service clubs could relieve the Red Cross *- of 'he financial responsibility - approximately $£0-$60 per visit. Any organization willing to sponsor 'he Feb 14 visit is asked r o call Mrs. Connie Smith at 287- 2157 The Luncheon Club busy at : his : ime preparing the Variety Sh* »w . I'nder 'he leadership of John Burgess, suitable property is still rxing sough? far 'he construction of a house by BOCES students. The program chairman for ; oda> s meeting, at the Qearview restaurant will be Dr. Phillip Garson DA V convenes i/i Binghamton ; Albert K G Hull, adjutant, secre'ary - : n-asurer and Service ^Officer and Raymond VanOr- man. publicity officer. DAV Henry J Curtis Chapter 161, a J 'end<-d >he meeting of the T>n ! Tdl ,V u Y>rk County Council held d T f he Holiday Inn. BinehanVon or. Saturday. Jan 1TT AJso a f •ending the meeting w^n* rhap^-r lei^delegafe Bill ^iardrjf-r and National Service Oflic-er Paul I;cr<*se*T from Albert appointed 'be County Genkar, Inc. buys WCGR radio station C Keith \V U-rtoii presideiit of 'ltnij Radif Brokerage and nsultants °t Klm\ra, h*is unced .i he puicluise «i[ VVCciK, (.\HKUultiigua. l»y (lenkj! . Inc , headed b\ Morns F lionthtuT lieukar operates radio station WHiS AM KM The purchase uas made from Marion KimtMll IMiglas aini rhe esta'e\! 'lie late Wesley Kimball Mi lienfhner. president and gene: al maiuger ot W KiS said he and Mrs IVuglas have reached agreement on a purchase offer of $17;VOOO tor »he radio station and all its assets H w e\ er. lienthner isaid. closing -t 'he deal will tu4 In* final inril if tus been approved by the Federal Communications C'inmi..Mon vFi'C< and by the Ontario v'-«unt\ Surrogate Court. AtuHo\al ^t the court is required tie said. tHx-ause some \1 fie ownership of the station is in he name nt minor children of 'lie lav VVesle> Kimble. founder of WCUR of the Keith \\ Hi»r!oii Co , Inc Flmiia brokers involved in runsactmn. said 'hey could pitniict how long it might take t« • •b'arn Kt'C appro\al of the sale .\! could IH' anv thing from three o siv in*niths. a spokesman said Common stock of Hermon Bank being doubled to $ 7 00,000 Herman - The eujmium sto<-k of 'he 73-year old First National Hank of Hermon. one of four small independent eommemal banks remaining m St Lawrence County, is Ufn^i doubled to $1(MHHK) (Ml. divuleil Mlto UMHX) shares, each with a $10 (K) par The enahlmg dividend, which mterrm continue Mr tieti'hiier said management would imdei Hussefl and iJ Kimble, s«»ns of fhe late Kimble and Mrs Douglas iienthner has owned WIGS AM FM tor about eight sears He said he plans <» mo\e h* fhe Canan- daigua area where fie will move Headquarters tor CJenkar Inc , a cof-p<ira ; ion which he heads He said he has been in the radio business since \9:>0 He has been nssnciavd xwth starions around 'tie countr> and is presently a director of the New Yur-k. State Hi «»iidcasters Association Inc He is a naive of Newark Cleukar will continue to operate WRJS AM FM Village Engineer speaker at Rotary In the\ service V\ t K\ans entered the army »n July 27. and completed basic a' F'. Dix. N J of He is a 1972 graduate Gouverneur High School. His new\ address is Pvt Clarence H Kvans Jr.. 102466987, Insrr Co, USACDETC. HLMR, J^lon. California \illage engint^er Glenn Miller brought Rotanans up to date on various pending programs for Gouverneur. Introduced by B«»b Witt, Mr. Miller first addresstxl rhe club on ? he status of the sewage disposal •pmjecf which is one of 145 ap- proved projects in New York S'a'e that is in a hold' position awaiting .funding Mr. Miller sta'ed /hat he expects to be norifiedjn the near future about ?he possibility of a date for construction of the $4 million project . .. Mr Miller then gave the club a brief run-down on the revenue sharing plan. He stated fhat\ise of rhe money was mildly restricted but fo use it for reduction of taxes would only decrease the amount of money 'ha' Gouverneur would receive. One possible area to use the $47,000 in revenue sharing would be to decrease the amount of bonded indebtedness In closing Mr Miller stated 'ha' a bond issue proposal would probably t>e on the agenda of the ^tMieral elections on March 20 The issue would lx> for a $;i08.U0U swimming pool at the Harry L Mills Memorial Park and would bo 50 per cent reimbursable from Federal Funds (Hiring the business session, 'he club voted a $50 donation to the GVDC's People s Place Guests were Don Charlelxus Village Administrative Assistant and Gary Dickenson. assistant manager af .Knff's Fumituru S'ore. - CustervilKMitvds a new sheriff. Did the Indians rise up again and pick fhe old one off or has some other kind of scalping laken over 0 Who uould be eracy enough to want to be sheriff* Why not ride through Custervilh on the stage as \Girl Crazy\ brii*^* you the answer, Feb 15, 16 and 17 in the high school auditorium. 8 p.m each night K of C oratorical contest entries taken until tomorrow . Army Private ' Clarence \( Randy > Evans Jr. 18. son of Mrs. jtDella I Evans. 69 Clinton Sr and jClarence R Evans Sr , Gouverneu*. recently completed^ an eight week metal body repair course a r 'he U.S. Army Ord- nance Center and School, Aberdeen Proving Ground. Md. He learned tu repair and rebuild metal b«<iy parts for wheeled and light weight tracked comba' and T actical vehicles He also received instruction in gas welding on body components. ex T enor finishing of metal bodies and glass cutting The New York State Council Knights ^of Columbus has an- nounced that applications are still being accepted for its 1973 ora'orical contest Sa'e Deputy James Run has also s'a'ed 'hat a change has been instituted wherebt. the contest is now open to any high school senior who will graduate ,in June, 1973, regardless of creed. The topic of 'his year's' contest is The Influence of Youth on Government.\ Application forms for fhe contest are available from local high schools and must be com- pleted by Feb. 1 to be eligible for consideration S'a'e Deputy Run explained fhat each speech must be an original effort on the part of the contestant and must be between four and six minutes in length. He stated further that the first prize would be a $2,000 scholarship, second prize a $1,500 scholarship and a $1,000 scholarship finisher. to the third place The K of C Oratorical Contest in Northern New York is being •coordinated in the 88th and 89th districts by district deputy Ed- ward J. Carroll, Gouverneur. assisted by R Gerald Bradshaw. Potsdam. Prospective contestants are urged »o apply by Feb 1 by contacting the Gouverneur High School guidance office. Canton ATC offers Medical Emergency Technicians Course The Canton ATC Office of Continuing Education is offering a Medical Emergency Technicians Course, starting on Feb 17 at 1 p.m. in the Engineering Tech Building. . All subsequent meetings will be held Thursday evenings 7-10 p.m. a' Payson Hall, room 219. The course runs for 15 weeks. In order to qualify for taking 'he course, one mast hold the Red Cross Advanced First Aid Card This requirement is waived for LPN's and RN V I*-is necessary to'pre-register a' rhe office of Continuing Education at ATC For more information call 386*7129. SR Eric Gaumes, son of Mr. and Mrs Manuel Gaumes Jr., 59 .River S'ree r : graduated from the Great Lakes Naval Training Center in Illinois, on Nov 3. Heis now sta f ioned aboard the USS Blue Rjdge an Amphibious Command Ship ported at San Diego. Calif Before joining the Nav> he was employed by the Jim-Mar Goif Course on the RiChville Ri*ad Eric was home on leave for 14 days after graduation He also s^nt five days over New Years witn his parents must U' certified by the Ad mimstrafoi of National Banks, was approved itt I he Jan 23 annual shareholders' ineeling .with »2 j>er cent of I he out .sUnuIin^ shares being voted without opposition. The meeting, attended by lti slutreholiiers. tine of (he largest turnouts in years, heard a report • >f increased earnings and an <>u'to4»k lor continued jgrovvth expressed by Harvey K Avers, Cashier Remarks were also delivered by President Floyd C l><>mmy A comparative balance sheet distributed at the in eel ing showed assets totalling %•* 672.210 Wi as «»f last Dtr 31. a \ $2of>.283.57 increase over the previous corresponding period Net earnings were computed at $ti 27 per share, conipartnl to $5 22 lor rhe previous year. ..Operating income for 1972 •N.taUed $169.985 20, with ex j>e'nses listed at $136,533.51. * Directors for the coming year wore elected unopposed -They wore Harvey h> Ayers.^jenry N Bradford. Clarence E Cross, Floyd C Dominy. Charles V Fox. U»e H Fairbanks and SJverman H. Slate The bank officers, in addition to Mr Dorniny and-Mr Avers, are \Mr. Fox vice -president, and Freda B How ells and James A Lucas, assistant cashiers The bank has five full-time em- ployees * Feb. 4 deadline for campus school Applications for September 197:1 admission to State Iniversity College at Potsdam's Congdon Campus School will be accepted up to 4:30 p.m Thur- sday. Fob 4 A public draw ing will be heJdi at 4:30on that date to fill vacancies now existing. State Iniversity policy provides for admission to Campus School only through public drawing and no priority will be given in admission because of race, color, creed, national origin, socio-economic status, political affiliation, parental affiliation with the college or university, recom- mendations from persons within or outside the State University, or because of brothers or sisters enrolled in the school. Once a pupil is admitted to nursery or higher sections of the school, his registration will be continuous as long as he remains eligible and in good standing. - Parents are reminded that applications are not held over from one draw ing to the next, and it is necessary to resubmit names for each drawing JOHNFILIATRAILT ^d^y^f• A 1 ! hi *' Hi.il uas TC-ar* a' Arrr.s for '•>u?,cii h> r.,rr i rr.cinder Charles Couple plans- March wedding rites SAT £ <*r> , FEB. S * 4 SHOWN AT 8 00 PM ACABEMV AWARD WEN>XR *M-s I>»rothea M Davi« Irvinp Sree*. Kidgew *>d N J ann-.unces 'he engagemen f A her daughter Nancy Jean io Jsf L T Janes K T «>Jey son A Mr and Willard E T<*>ley uf Ant- and Dingmar. P* \ Ba> • ?-•-<* Jam ^ F. T \ >*. 1< 3 4 I'rflar H \+r ' f- OOMTXG rATTY DtTLT LL LXRF KT \** t \•v-a. N v- a- P^^:^ + --Z •' •-. P- .-x>r.'f C^^. tT p- %:o-v* h : r :r -* r * r^^T/ Va4 '^ p -<-^- . r ^^ / Br. 'A >• Br. Ttt KRIST X LYNN PALMER \& inners chosen in photo contest Sally a r»ir nf-r^ in »hf f-.r/f-s* Filia'raui? Pfopje 5 Place ^r*- J(Tr> and wb<, submitted v»n J-ihn in r he TALNdSCHWELNLS Joins realtor Mrs Frank L Noble, formerly Carol Bell of Edwards, recently passed 'he New York State Real £s*a*e exam and is affiliated with Maurice J Plumley, IRealtor .. Mrs Noble lives with her husband Frank, a salesman with Prney-Bowes'and son John at 37 K'wley Street Prior fo Real Es'a'e Mrs Noble has been .•employed a* S» Lawrence t'nivrrsi^y Canton. .General Elec T nc Company. Brockpor* •New V»rk Air Brake Co., Wa'er'own Dey Brothers Syracuse and New York and iSpare <~'»nT'>l. I>»ng Branch. N J SNOWMOBILES NSW CVINRUDES , & MOTO-SWS IN STOCK SAVE NOW ON A USED GOOD - CONDITION ^SNOWMOBILE (FROM 16 HP. UP) SEE AL FIRST FOB SAVINGS * RELIABLE SERVICE PORTER'S MARINE 248. W. Main Ph 28MWWT OUR 2ND ANNIVERSARY GiFT TO YOU 10c OFF ANY PURCHASE Just Bring In This Ad THE DONUT SHOP OPEN 6 A. M. UNTIL 5 P M. 287-182* 274 W. MAIN ST PH. K*!«- f a l.vnn nd for y id 'o Taur?o cen'er tf> all UI and and winners •Here's a deftT^ive driving tip -fr<>m ''he Portland Oregon. Traffic \Safe'y Commission *'I>*a*%e plenty of elly^ r^iorn d y»ur car jn traffic A cush)^>n will Jeave you r«»*»m 'n st<#p «>r swerve in case of an emergency \ ! .ers.*> i S-UT-*-— Ca A\~~ i ^' N^.t^'i fr*~ K *-f\ A-'. • ^ -r^- T' ••' - • o : -a - V ' - ' ~ .\I.-.-.. A— •-.--: •: h r f .^ * \ - 2 r^-'- THE CASABLANCA RESTAURANT WILL BE CLOSED STARTING WEDNESDAY, JAN. 31 UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE For Renovations And Vacations SUBMARINES YOUR CHOICE OF TWELVE VARIETIES OF DELICIOUS SANDWICHES OPEN II 1M. TO MIDNIGHT DAILY SUNDAYS hOOPM. TO 9 00 PM. Mr. Sub SANDWICH SHOP 217-OaOO aarrc* smr

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