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The Gouverneur tribune-press. (Gouverneur, N.Y.) 1959-1973, September 26, 1973, Image 1

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Indian Kiver Thereia Town MiliB Boy i Society Altar and Howry 13 at the Parish 15 member* and present officer* was held ing being named: Burns; Vice Hidsdale; Gleeaon and Liscomb. held the second ing of each month drive is being Oct. 11. s sponsoring a toy Center Sept. will also be a 10 am to 3 Sept. 22 from welcome a gift and perated by the piscopal Church s open from 4 to S and Fridays, sale are gifts, miscellaneous, \ r. arj United Way campaign kick-off in village I IX'^fe'. y*^''^ > ,:.. - : • , • --• • •\'.**# '^&M*%' '•> \* \'' \ % ' ' • '•.--•: •• ••••*<•• • •>•••• . * g$L THE TRIBUNE-PRESS j Northern New York's Greatest Weekly VOL. 87 NO. 4 — GOUV11RNEUR. N Y 20 PAGES. 2 StXTTlONS — tifteen Cenu WKDNISDAY. SKP7T.MBL.R 26. 197 3 (M(UKI Luck (tictin Over 250 attend retirement dinner KWY AM) RLNMMi — I nited Way Chairman John ( < rapser catches the ball to signif> the beginning of the joint support fund dri\e for K. J Noble Hospital and I nited Way of St Laurence County Krnest Hutt. vice chairman, is at right < Keuss photos > Banner from France presented to Rotary Speaker at the Sept 18 Rotary Luncheon was Tracy Storch. who called attention of the members to the August issue of the •Rotanan' and an article on Peru. Inasmuch as the exchange student. Segundo Leon, is from Lima. Peru. Mr Storch recommended it a source fo background information He also presented a banner from the Barn meetings for Holstein dairy farmers 0 Holstein-Fnesen Association is planning a series of 'barn meetings' for Oct 2. 3 and 4. as part of a genetic Evaluation and Management service GEM consultant Dale Putman uill meet with individual dairymen, to evaluate cows' functional type traits; make management recommendations in several categories and will offer assistance with mer- chandising * buying and selling — cattle The first barn meeting on Oct 2 will bv at the Merrill Whit more farm. Canton, on the 3rd at the Mike and Steve Randall farm, and <>n Oct. 4 at the Reginald Chester farm. Madrid - Lisbon All Holstein dairymen are united to attend Traditional Rouen. France Rotary which was sent back with students of the 'Great Exchange' program Vice president Howe B Perry read a note of appreciation from the Gouverneur Youth Development Corporation for financial assistance received from the club A new member. Mike Maroun was welcomed to Rotary Mike is assistant to the business manager of Gouverneur Central Schools OES food-gift sale at Farmers\ Market Order of the Eastern Star will be holding a cooked tood sale at the Farmers' Market on Thur- sday. Sept 27. Homemade ar- ticles, home canned pickles and preserves will be on sale as well. The Farmers' Market is held each Thursday from 10 am at Hailesboro. Several prominent per sonalities and over 250 friends and relatives gathered at the Elks Club Saturdav night to pay homage to retiring village ad inmistrator and engineer Glenn Miller Seated at the head table with Glenn and Frances Miller were Congressman Robert C McEwen, State Senator H. Douglas Barclay, and Mrs Barclay, Assemblyman K Daniel Haley. William H Power. St Lawrence County district attorney, and his daughter. Lorraine, Supreme Court Justice Edmund L Shea and Mrs Shea; Mayor and Mrs Anthony Pastizzo; former village at- torney Edward H Case and Mrs Case. Rev and Mrs Stanley E Brown, and former Mayors Ashton E Liscum Sr and Robert D Hayden and Mrs Hayden Speakers in turn touched on the contributions made by Mr Miller to the village during his years of public service Mayor Pastizzo said it is difficult to find words to pay homage to this tine gentleman. Glenn Miller, who has been in- volved with and concerned with the progress, over 38 years, of the village of Gouverneur.' 'Administrator among engineers - engineer among administrators' Congress McEwen described Mr Miller 'One cannot live in Gouverneur or drive through Gouverneur without feeling and seeing the results of that to which he has contributed so much ' In par- ticular the congressman referred fo ihe downtown parking area which has kept the shopping area intact and to the finest water in the world ' Dedicated people like Glenn Miller are what makes the north country grow', said Senator Barclay I am pleased • par- ticularly with the housing project for senior citizens, in which I know Glenn played a very sub- stantial part'. 'We all owe Glenn Miller a real debt of gratitude.' Assemblyman Pan Haley, recognizing Mr Miller throughout the state as an expert on village government, said •when I had to take a cram course, it was Glenn to whom I turned, and I came tonight to say .'thank you. thank you very much \ Former Mayor Liscum called the guest of honor a man who truly loves G<>uverneur ' He traced Mr Miller's work with the village and referred to the respect in which he is held by county and state officials. 'He deserves special recognition for the many years of service - he will be a hard man to replace...We can never thank him enough', Mr Liscum con- cluded Msgr Robert J McCarthy. Watertown. former pastor of St Jaine»s Church, sparkling as North Country well represented in SLN Bank golf tournament - Early starters ;in the St Lawrence National Bank 1973 Golf Tournament were hampered only slightly by the brisky cold /norning Saturday Sept 15 at the This'N That sale Oct. 13 The traditional \This and That\ sale of the First Presbyterian Church will be held 9am to 5 pm Oct 13 in the basement rooms of the church. Chairman Mrs -Merrill Bulger announced 'oda> A food sale will be continuously stocked by women of the church for day-ion^ merchandizing A noontime luncheon will feature homemade vegetable soup and sandwiches House plants, handcrafted items, new and antique jewelry, dishes, housewares. and clothing (or infants, children and adults will he for sale A' a special \'Silent Auction\ bidders may enter sealed bids on hr IT loom qualny antiques, and other sptfiahy items At the end «if 'he clay, the highest bidder receives the item St Lawrence 'Golf and Country Club in Canton Hole alter hole, pars were frequent lor the first (light Rollers, with top recognition going to Ted Kbberts. Jr . of Ogdrnsburg. who fired a 4-over- par 76 gross for the tough 18 hole course As well as winning first place in the first flight. Ebberts also took possession of the Walter M Wilmshurst Chairman's Cup. with a 72 Callaway net A field of 168 golfers tee'd off in this years event, with almost every city and village in the north country represented, including Watertown and l>>w\ ille Most of the scheduled starting times were met. and except for one or ?wo periods of tune in the last flight the course remained fairly .open, with little delay Bank personnel operated the tour- nament, most working the entire <dav Kach year the tournament is held a^ a benefit for the local hospital, with this year's Canton event held lor the F J Noble Hospital in Canton A check in the ' amount of $7H) 00 was presented \n the hospital by Walter M Wilmshurst. Chairman of the Board of the St Lawrence * National Bank Fowler Demos plan supper The Fowler Democratic party is in The jJrocess of contacting enrolled Democrats in the Town and inviting 'hern and husband or wife, to a covered dish supper on Saturda> .Sept 29. at 7 p m in the Fowler T«»wn Hall Committeemen in charge oi invitations art 1 Mrs Carol An drews. Mrs IsahHle Hance Mrs Alice Sullivan Mrs Anila S'oifel. Mrs Beatrice Mask.us Mrs Charles Hogue Mrs Mar\ -MriHm. Mrs Jud\ Rice Mrs Lucille Richardson. Mrs l>on< K- inht and M f ^ Nancx Cap |w lhno P is requested tha T those uho plan Ti> avend hrmg table <*:r\ ice a* .(\ a disr, To pa^s F..r lur'her .iniorma'ion. an> of the aN»\c lis*rd ladies m,<\ I* 1 Free Rabies Clinic Friday There u ill hr a fr 'dime S» rv 9 p m - n * *n B.«rr. or. ^r» it i> i t -t • • • r • r ,\ \ I \ M I I %<«r i ,-fml rf»* t r n r ur ir ;* \* i\ • • f .- • .i- .* * ^d u|T> 4 «• \ ^ \^ * 1 AMP VK.N KK'K-OKF — (iouverneur JVs kicked off the I nited V\a> campaign in douverneur Saturda> morning Public invited to PP&K GLEW \\I) FRANCES MILLFR at the retirement dinner gi\en Saturday night at the Elks Club in honor of Mr Miller, former \ illage administrator and engineer of the \illage < Reuss photo* master of ceremonies, read letters from well-wishers John and Mary FinJey. Bay Shore N Y friends <A the Millers, and from Roland Page, of Buck Page Shows, the annual midway at- traction oi the Gouverneur-St Lawrence County Fiar Special recognition was £iven to Warner Miller, former mayor of Gouverneur and an uncle of Glenn Miller Sarah P Hathne. village clerk, presenjed Mr Miller with a purse of money trom the village board and co-workers. Sarah had been in charge of dinner arrangements James Bonner. president of the police association made the presentation of a lighter Thomas M Riddick of Rjddick and Association. New York City, presented Glenn with a chain saw The Riddick firm designed ihe village water filtration plant and the proposed sewage disposal plant Grand Knight Ronald McReynoIds. in presenting a citation from Bishop Navaugh council. Knights of Columbus, noted that it wa«= The first time a member of the community had been recognized by the council iior service From Ma\or Pas:izzo. on behalf of The vtilage. Mr Miller received a- certihca ? e of ap preciauon for :tf yeais of service The Miller famil\ shared the e\enmg of testimonials To father .and husband Mayor Pastizzo presented a special citation to Fran Miller for her support of Glenn's work through the years, and smiling approval were Patty. Susan. Bobby and Mr and Mrs Richard Miller With th»* exception of three years while he served in the Army 1944-47. Mr MiJJer has serve d 'he village of Gouverneui. first as engineer in 1935 He has since been engineer, superin- tendent of public works, assessor, village clerk, fax\ collector, building inspector and director of the urban renewal agency He is president of the Gouverneur - St Lawrence Count\ Fair James L Kraker, president of Dodds Motor. Corp . notes that registration for Punt Pass and Kick competition is still open to all ><>ungs'ers eight through 13 years of age All that is required is That rhe youngster come into 'he Dodds Motor showroom with either a parent or guardian and sign up for PP & K There is no entry tee or charge of any kind Registration closes Friday. Sept 28 Local competition will be held aT Gouverneur High School toot ball field at 9 am on Sa'urday. SepT 29 The public is invited »o auend \We'll be awarding a total of 18 trophies in our local PP & K competition on Saturday, Mr Kraker said 'And from our contest, winners could go on to win in the Zone. District. Area and Division competitions \ After that, top competitors in each age group will go to Houston where They'll be in the National Finals in the Super Bowl Game, January 13 The Ford Dealer further explained that each youngster upon registration received a free PP & K Tips Book In the 1973 edition, there are competition tips by NFL stars Jerrel Wilson. Norm Snead and Chester Marcol plus all- around suggestions from head coaches Don Shula and Dan Devine The Tips Book also in- cludes complete PP & K rules and helpful conditioning exer- cises for contestants This is the 13th anniversary year for PP & K From its in- ception, the youth activity has been sponsored by the Ford Dealers of America and the National Football League In that time more than 9.350,000 youngsters have taken part in PP & K. making it the largest and fastest growing activity of its kind in America Lions Club seeks dentist for Edwards Peoples Place thanks anonymous contributor The People's Place would like to Thank an annonymous in dividual in The community for -donating a beautiful cabinet model stereo and amplifier, pine |>onkZ table. ;mim co graph machine, records and U»ok> The Peoples Place will sponsor a dance to bv held a? f he \ KW hall This Friday ni£h:. S* pt 28. from 8 \2 p rn Tok» n Fo\ a \ery talented .group nl local Tuesday .62 .07 Thursday 65 44 Friday 59 26 iS^rurday 57 34 Sujvlay 63 48 Mi^nday 60 45 Trrvn Junr 1 ttiroug^ the last of sumrrkpr. Sf^^t 22> thor^ 73 days of flO dr^rrw^ or — of the*r spv^pn NfcT*ro ee 90 During th^> p»^r»od it a total of 11 Rl inci\*e* 1 fn>T half falling in musicians, will perform for the las* »imr Admission To The dance as SI 2*i per person The .new number- tor the telephone at the People's Place is 287-1050 Farmer** Markrt fraturr* food salrs The FJT nir'>' Marker will continue Through Fall according to M'jiiel Sr.yder. one of rhe inanat:«T> Bak« d c«»ods hand made ar- tic'le^ hoiH'\ . pK\k'«>. fU'Uiil \H' on >ale insid*- Ph« i lp ^ useci rur n .ivr ^!<jif «iurm^i *h«- cin»l* i r sea 1 -. >n >.iTird*i\ S- p- '*< 'hr N'-i^zh U 'h«>od ('••n»»T A ill hold a hak» sj!»- t r :h» T M«'ifk* ? pUi« t and Tfiiir v(i tl \ >• pt j: }]•< FjvTfir: •S\ .1? U ''1 ^ f f h |v, ,T :J • ] valf Ed Tanner of Stockholm and Dennis Doyle of Brasher were the principal speakers at the regular meeting of the Edwards Lion's Club on Sept 19 They discussed some of the problems They faced m obtaining The services of a Dent IST to wurk in That area They gave a resume of how the project was started, what it involved, the problems faced and some of their solutions They then an- swered questions from the floor Also at this meeting 11 year pins were presented by the President James Kirkbnde to Carl Hurley. Ralph Bom. Arnold Dean and Peter Matejcik A special pin was also presented to Arthur Whitmarsh who served as president last year • At the meeting it was also announced that a light bulb sale would foe conducted for the benefit of the charitable projects of the Lions Club on the 10th of October It was also announced that Vernon Richards of Norfolk who is the district Governor of this area, would be present to speak at the next regular meeting on Oct 3 Hours for 'What Not' rummage sale announced The hours lor the \What Not Sale ' combined with the semi- annual rum mace sale sponsored iby ,s: Anne s (iuild of Trinity Church have t>een set for Friday S«'p' 28 !n>m 12 noon to 8 p m and <.n NjturdcT* the 2Wh from 9 housewares For further in- Jormation phone Mrs Ralph Haliord 287-3037 ^j^-SXSX^ycSlJuJi^Tii^'iwJi. \j 1) fe T> T a m un ? il ]2 poi»n Items available in addition To clothing are disN\> u ;g> ^hoes knick k*iack- )• -Atir\ lamps and other Notice Donald A (ompo Town Super\isor has announced that ihe regular meeting of the Town Hoard has kx*en changed from the second Uedne*da> of the month to the third Ocl IT NlSlt Oct. 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