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N,Y* S t a t e L i b r a r y A l ' b r u n y f t T . Y * 1 2 2 0 3 S t u d e n t s t r y t o s a v e t h e i r s c h o o l . . * A JO U R N A L F E A T U R E D u e to the sh o r t a g e o f funds fa c in g - a l l p a r o c h ia l sch o o ls in th e s t a t e and the im p e n d ing lo s s o f tw o S i s t e r s o f St. Joseph on its fa c u l t y , the high sch o o l at A u g u s t in lan A c a d e m y at C a r ­ th a g e , a s c h o o l datin g b a c k to 1885, fa c e s the p o s s ib il it y of b e in g c l o s e d , but not, h o w e v e r , I f th e J u n io r C l a s s can d o a n y ­ th in g to p r e v e n t It. T h e c l a s s has m a n a g e d o v e r th e y e a r s to r a i s e throu g h v a r ­ io u s p r o j e c t s , in c ludin g m a g a z in e s a l e s , b a k e s a l e s , e t c ., m o re than $600, w h ich in a le t t e r to th e B o a r d of E d u c a tion , sign e d b y a l t m e m b e r s of the c l a s s , It h a s o f f e r e d to the board to h e lp s a v e th e ir sch o o l . T h e d e - s ltlo n to con tribu te th e ir tr e a ­ s u r y to th e s c h o o l w a s a sp o n ­ ta n e o u s o n e , a d e c isio n made b y th e c l a s s w ithout any p e r ­ s u a s i o n fro m p a r e n t s or fa c u l t y and, in fa c t , w ithout the know ­ le d g e of the ad u lts until it w a s d e c i d e d . In ad d it io n , the ju n i o r s have p led g e d to the s c h o o l board to r a i s e th e co n tribu tion to $ 1 , - GOO b y the opening of sch o o l fo r th e 19 7 2 - 7 3 term in S e p ­ te m b e r , T h e s c h o o l , shown in the photo a t th e le f t , is a la n d m a r k in the V i lla g e o f C a r t h a g e and has for y e a r s p r o v id e d stu d e n t s w ith an ed u c a t io n re s p e c t e d by ed u c a t o r s throughout the a r e a . A s an e x ­ a m p le, th r e e m e m b e r s of the p r e s e n t S e n io r C la s s o f 27 r e ­ ce iv e d N e w Y o r k S t a te R e g e n ts s c h o la r s h i p s , p r o p o r t io n a t e ly a h igh e r n u m b e r than m o s t oth e r sch o o ls o f the n o r t h c o u n t r y . The photo sh o w s the high s c h o o lb u i ld - Ing, w h ich w a s fir s t open e d In 1885 as a s c h o o l fo r c h ild r e n of g r a d e s 1 - 9 , In 1958, an e l e m e n ­ ta r y w in g w a s c o n s t r u c t e d , which now- b lo c k s fro m the e y e m u ch o f th is v ie w o f th e old b u ild in g as show n . A t the rig h t a r e the cu r r e n t o f f i c e r s o f tbe A u g u s t in ian Junior C l a s s , show n le f t to rig h t: D iane S t r i f e , p r e s i d e n t ; M a r c i a S l m s e r , s e c r e t a r y ; J o s e p h K a m t d e , v ice p r e s id e n t , and S a l l y S o c h ia , t r e a ­ s u r e r . T h e o f f e r m a d e to the B o a r d by th e J u n i o r s is not o n e w ith ­ out c o n s i d e r a b l e s a c r i f i c e . The students h a v e w o r k e d e x t r e m e ly h a r d o v e r the y e a r s fo r the funds and w ill h a v e to w o r k even h a r d e r to co m e up w ith tbe to t a l pled g e o f $1,0 0 0 . tn ad d itio n , t h e m o n ey w a s o r i g i n a l l y e a r m a r k e d for th e ir S e n io r C l a s s T r i p , w h ich , (C o n tin u e d o n P a g e 2 - B ) T h e F a t t e s t G r o w i n g W e e k ly N e w s p a p e r I n N o r t h e r n N o w Y o r k * W M K L V M A JO R t f f R K E T h e W A R A R C R j o u r n a l m t h ^ R e p u b l i c a n I.oval L r t i t t f r u h i i t , fitrner$hip g B a r n e s C o r n e r s * B e a c h 's B r i d g e „ B e a v e r F a i U * B e l f o r t * B t a n t ln g h a m *• C a s t o r la n d * C o n s t a b l e v i ll e * C o p e n h a g e n * C r o g h a n * D a d v tH e * D e e r R l y e r * D e n m a r k * G len d a le * G le n f l e ld ft G r e lg , H a r r i s v i ll e g Indian Hi v e r f t K t r a r h n e r v t i l e * L o w v l l l e * l.y o n a d a le tt L y o n s F a l l s * M a r t i n s b u r g * N a u m b u r g * N e w B r e m e n * O s c e o la * p in e G r o v e * p o r t L e y d e n * T a l c o t t v l l l e A T u r in A W eal L e y d e n A W est L o w v i ll e A W eat M a r t i n s b u r g H 'J n .l V !•: XI*- — V . .2 9 l-OWVII.I.K. N.Y., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 8 , 1972 20 P4UKS — IS CENTS V o - E d C e n t e r A d u l t C o u r s e s T w e l v e d i f f e r e n t ad u lt p r o ­ g r a m s w ill be s t a r t in g at th e L e w i s C o u n ty A r e a O c c u p a t io n a l C e n t e r d u r i n g the w e e k o f M a r c h 13. P r i o r r e g i s t r a t i o n fo r th e c o u r s e s is re q u ire d by no la t e r than M a r c h 10. T h e c a r e e r p r o g r a m s a r e a - v a il a b ie to any re s id e n t o f the a r e a , 16 y e a r s o f a g e o r o l d e r , who js not a t t e n d in g a h ig h s c h o o l. An en r o llm e n t fe e o f eigh t d o l ­ la r s is ch a r g e d fo r e a c h c o u r s e . R e g i s t r a t i o n m a y b e m a d e b y w r it in g o r phoning the O c c u p a ­ tion a l C e n t e r tn O l e n f l e i d at 3 7 6 - 6501 un til M a r c h 10. C o u r s e s to b e o f f e r e d s t a r t ­ ing M o n d a y , M a r c h 13, in c lu d e the follow in g : A d v a n c e h a i r s t y l i n g , M o n d a y , 7 - 9 p .m . ‘ c a r p e n t r y ,M o n d a y , 6 :30 -8 :3 0 p„m .; m a c h in e sh o p o p e r a ­ tio n , T u e s d a y an d T h u r s d a y , 7 - 9 p .m .; q u a n t it y c o c k in g , T h u r s d a y , 7 - 9 p .m . , s m a l l en g in e r e p a i r , T u e s d a y , 7 - 9 p .m .; au t o tro u b le H e a r i n g P u b lic S e r v i c e C o m m is s io n w i l l h o ld a oubltc h e a r in g th is m o r n in g .W e d ­ n e s d a y ) at 10:30 at the L e v e ­ l s C o u n ty C o u r t H o u s e on th e p r o p o s e d 40.2 p e r cen t r a t e In c r e a s e p r o p o s e d b y the G e n e r a l T e lep h o n e C o m p a n y o t U p s tate N e w Y o r k , Inc. In d icatio n s a r e that the h e a r in g w i l l b e w e ll atte n d ­ e d , w ith o p p o s it io n m o u n ting tn th e a r e a to the p r o p o s e d r a t e h ik e , t f a p p r o v e d by th e P S C , w h ich h a s th e ftnal d e c i s i o n , th e In c r e a s e w i l l e f f e c t both c o m m e r c i a l and s u b s c r i b e r s . sh o o t in g , T h u r s d a y , 7 - 9 p .m .; e l e c t r i c ap p lia n c e r e p a i r , M o n ­ d a y , 7 - 9 p .m . ; e l e c t r i c a r c w e ld in g , M o n d a y , 6:30 p.m . - 9 :30 p .m . ; b o o k k e e p in g acco u n t in g , (C o n tin u e d on P a g e l- B ) DH DG S E M IN A R « M e m b e r s o f the B l a c k R i v e r D i s t r i c t o f the L e w is C o u n t y B o y S c o u t s r e ­ ce n t ly s p o n s o r e d a s e m i n a r on p r e v e n t in g d r u g ab u s e fo r the sc o u t m a s t e r s o f W a tertow n . Show n le f t to r i g h t , In the photo a r e : Tim S h e a and B r a d B u s h o f L y o n s F a l l s E x p l o r e r P o s t 40, R o b e r t W a tts o f th e W a tertow n R e h a b ilita tio n C e n t e r fo r D r u g s an d P e t e Salm o n o f E x p l o r e r P o n t 40. T h e s c o u t m a s t e r s now m turn w t ll co n d u c t th e s a m e typ e o f s e m i n a r fo r th e t r W a tertow n B o y S c o u t s an d p a r e n t s . T h e p r o g r a m ts catte d O p e r ­ atio n R E A C H and Is sco u t ln g ’ s ap p r o a c h to the c o n t r o l o f d r u g a b u s e . A ll o f th e L e w t s C o u n t y sco u t s and th e i r p a r e n t s w ill soon he ex p o s e d to the p r o g r a m . P R O M O T E D - J o s e p h O s t r o w l c - z k l , so n o f M r s . E r a z m O s L r o w ic- z k t , S a u g e r t l e s , and husband o f th e fo r m e r J a n e M c G r a t h ,d a u g h ­ t e r o f M r s . W tltlam (A n ita ) M c ­ G r a t h , L o w v i l l e , h a s b e e n p r o ­ m o ted to th e ra n k o f lieuten a n t c o l o n e l , e f f e c t i v e F e b . 17. A s s ig n e d to the o f f i c e o f th e C h i e f o f S t a f f , U .S. A r m y , a t th e P e n t a g o n , L t . C o t . O s t r o w ic z k t e n t e r e d tn th e a r m y tn D e c e m b e r , 1958. He b a s r e c e i v e d the V i e t ­ n a m e s e A r m e d F o r c e s H o n o r M e d a l, tw o a w a r d s o f th e B r o n z e S t a r , o n e o f w h ich w a s fo r h e r o i s m , t h r e e a w a r d s o f the A r m y C o m m e n d a t io n M e d a l, the C o m b a t in f a n t r y m a n B a d g e and tw o a w a r d s o f the V i e t n a m e s e G a l la n t r y C r o s s . H e w a s s e l e c t ­ ed fo r in c l u s i o n In the 1970 e d i­ tion o f \O u t s t a n d i n g Y o u n g Men o f A m e r i c a / ' H e an d h is w ife h a v e fo u r c h il d * re n an d r e s i d e In F a i r f a x , V a . L e w i s C o u n t i a n s I n F l o r i d a H o l d P i c n i c A total o f 98 L e v i s C o u n ty re s id e n t s an d fo r m e r r e s i d e n t s who ar*3 M n t e r lrrg a n d v a c a t io n i n g in F lo r id a atten d e d th e ir 17th annual p tcntc S u n d a y , F e b . 27* at th e JRivprviev. C i v i c C p n t e r , fliverview ^ F t a . T h e m e e tin g w a s c a l le d to o r ­ d e r b y P r e s id e n t R u s s e l l G r a u . In v o c a tio n w a s given b y E lm e r L e h m a n . A p icn fc lu n c h w a s then e n jo y e d by a l l . F o llo w in g the* lu n c h , the m in ­ u t e s Of the Last m e e f l n g v e r e re a d and a c c e p t e d . T h e t r e a s u r e r 's re p o r t w a s rea d an d a c c e p t e d M u s i c a l eh f e r t a ln m e n t w a s g iv e n by the C la y t o n V irk J o r f a m l l v a n d a rea d in g by M r s . C y r i l S e y ­ m o u r . New o f i i c T s w e r e e l e c t e d fo r 1973 m fc l U w s : R o b e r t M e r r i a m , p r e s id e n t ; C la y t o n V l r k l e r , v i c e - p r e s id e n t ; Evn B u r k a r t , s»-cre- tn r y , L i l l i a n V j r k W , t r e a s u r e r . P r i z e s w * r r a w a r d e d av f0i - lo w s : B e s s i e F o s t e r , o l d e s t w o ­ m an; C h r i s Y a n c y , o ld e s t m a n ; L u c in d a D u r t o r t , you n g e s t g i r l ; P a t W f d r i c k , you n g e s t b o y ; M r s . L e s l i e C r a m e r , for c o m in g lo n g ­ e s t d istan c e * and G e o r g e F o s t e r won t h e d o o r p r iz e . ft w a s voted fo h o ld n e x t y e a r ’ s p icn ic at R i v e r v i e w C i v i c C e n ­ te r on the la s t Sunday In F e b . 1973, T h o s e s ig n in g th e r e g i s t e r w e r e : 'W ills C . C a m ld g e , E v a M* C a m f d g e , M r . a n d M r s , G e o r g e F o s t e r , M t s s F l o r e n c e F o s t e r , M r . an d M r s . R u s s e l l G r a u * A le c L o g a n * M r . and M r s . J a m e s B u r - Icart an d L u c in d a * M r . and M r s . E d w a r d K o z l o w s k l, L e s l i e L a t ­ ham * C , E a r l e J a c k s o n * M a r g a r e t F . J a c k s o n , H a r o ld W t d m e y e r , O liv e W id m e y e r , N o r m a Y o d e r , E m e r s o n Y o d e r , J r . , C in d y Y o ­ d e r , M r , and M r s . W illia m G r e u - JJsh, M r. and M r s . L l o y d Z e h r , (C o n tin u e d on P a g » i - B ) Events To Mark Girl Scout Week N e x t w e e k C t r l S c o u t s th r o u g h ­ ou t L e w is C o u n ty and the w o r ld w i l l rp jeb r a U n s : th e COlh a n ­ n i v e r s a r y o f the founding c.{ the G irt S c o u t m o v e m e n t. Thm f i r s t troop w a s orgrm T z e d b y M r s . JuK - M fp G o r d o n Low in S a v a n n a h ,G a ., on M a r c h 1 2 , 19 1 2 . T h e 1972 a n n i v e r s a r y them e i s ; \ I n v o l v i n g Q u r s e j v e s T o d a y fnr a B e t t e r T o m o r r o w .* ' T o liv e up to th i s , the C t r l Scouts, a r o t r y - in # to im p r o v e the qu a lity o f t h e en v iro n m e n t , b u ild b e t t e r r e l a ­ tio n s h ip s am o n g a l l p e o p le and b e c o m e c j o ^ r to n a t u r e Ihrnijirft ca m p in g . G i r l S c o u t Sunday ?,1U b e o b ­ s e r v e d M a r c h 12. G i r l S c o u t s o f th e L m v ls N e igh b o r h o o d o f the T h o u sand Isla n d s G t r l S c o u t C o u n c i l w i l l atten d th e c h u r c h e s o f th e ir c h o i c e , and m a n y o f the c l e r g y plan s p e c i a l p a r t s o f thetj* s e r v i c e s fo r th e g i r l s in v o lved . B e a v e r f a l l s G i r l S c o u t s w ill c e l e b r a t e w ith a lu n c h e o n fo llo w * fag ch u r c h s e r v i c e s and a p r o ­ g r a m in w h ich e a c h tro o p w ill p a r t i c i p a t e a t th e R p a v e r F a l l s C o m m u n ity H a ll, L o w v W * G i r l S c o u t s w ilt be s e r v e d b r e a k f n s f b y S f n i o r ’T r o p n (C o n tin u e d on P a g e L e g i s l a t o r s F i n A g a i n s t G u n L a w Y O - E D C O U R S E - O n e o f t h e 16 c a r e e r p r o g r a m s a v a i l a b l e to stu d e n t s o f t h e L e w i s C o u n t y A r e a O c c u p a t io n a l C e n t e r Is h e a t in g and r e f r i g e r a t i o n . T h e o b j e c t i v e o f the c o u r s e ts to tra i n stu d e n t s — ho w ish to e n t e r the h e a t in g and r e f r i g e r a t i o n ffe ld a s s e r v i c e ­ m e n , In s t a ll e r s , o r s o m e r e l a t e d typ e o f w o r k a f t e r gra d u a tio n fro m h igh sch o o l. In the top p h o to, R o g e r Z a - p o t o s k f , a stu d e n t a t L o w v i ll e A c a d e m y and C e n t r a l S c h o o l , ts w o r k in g w ith a r e f r i g e r a t i o n tra i n in g u n it, o n e o f m a n y h e lp ­ fu l a i d s u s e d in tra i n in g s t u d ­ e n t s . T h e lo w e r photo sh o w s B r u c e L y n d a k e r , a stu d e n t at B e a v e r R i v e r C e n t r a l S c h o o l , B e a v e r F a l l s , d o in g s o m e e l e c t - (C o n tlnued o n P a g e l - B ) A re s o lu t io n op p o s in g the p a s ­ s a g e o f a s t a l e la w re q u irin g the re g i s t r a t i o n ln N e w Y o r k S t a t e o f r i t l e s and sh o t g u n s , a m e a ­ s u r e c u r r e n t l y b e in g p u s h e d by G o v e r n o r N e ls o n A . R o c k e f e l l e r , w a s u n a n im o u s ly p a s s e d T u e s d a y at a m e e t in g o f the L e w i s County' B o a r d o f L e g i s l a t o r s , T h e re s o l u t io n , in t r o d u c e d by L e g i s l a t o r S a m V I U a n t l , R , ,L o w ­ v l l l e , w a s m o v e d fo r ad o p tion by L e g i s l a t o r G a r y B u c k in g h a m , t i . , H a r r l s v l l l e . lt re a d s In p a r t a s fo llo w s ; “ It a p p e a r in g that the G o v e r ­ nor of the S t a t e o f N e w Y o r k h a s e x p r e s s e d a d e s i r e to h a v e le­ g is la t io n tn iro d u c e d w h ich w o u ld have the e f f e c t o f r e q u l r i n g a p e r ­ m it o r p e r m i t s fo r th e o w n e r s h ip an d / o r cu s t o d y o f lo n g g u n s ; and ti f u r t h e r ap p e a r in g that a p e r m it w o u ld c o s t th e Individual In v o l­ ved $30 e v e r y th r e e y e a r s ; and It fu r t h e r a p p e a r in g th a t th is B o a r d of L e g i s l a t o r s f e e l s that t h e w t thin p r o p o s a l , If Introduced and p a s ­ s e d , w o u ld p r o v e to he an o n e r ­ ous and u n n e c e s s a r y b u r d e n ot» in d ivid u a l gun o w n e r s , h u n t e r s and sp o r t s m e n . “ N o w , th e r e f o r e , b e It r e s o l ­ ved a s fo llo w s ; “ S e c t to n I. T h a t th is B o a r d of L e g i s l a t o r s g o e s on r e c o r d S c h e d u l e L e n t e n S e r v i c e D r . H a rold A* Bosley* sen io r m inister of C h rist C h u rch, New York City, w iU b c the g u e st s p e a k ­ e r a f a LowllT© Union Lenten Service Wodnpsday, M arch I5# at 7 : 3 9 R.m. at the Lo'A-villeUnlt- ed M ethodist C h u rch, under sponsorship of th© L o w life Coun­ cil o f Churches. Sin re 1362, D r . Bosfey h a s s e r ­ ved as sen io r m in ister of C h rist Church (United M ethodist) to New York City. F o r over th ir ty y e a r s ,D r .B o s - tey has been In p reat dem a n d as a le c tu r e r a t sem in a r ies, colleges, universities and pas* tors* schools throughout the coun­ try . His personal m inistry bas taken him fo sem in a r ies In J a ­ pan and K orea and h a s included participation in assem b lies 0 ? the World Council of C h u rches and Lntorfalth m issions fo South Viet- nam and Russia.. His 'ATifiny: m inistry has resulted in m o re than thirteen books, sev e r a l contributions to com m e n taries .and encyclope­ d ia s , and a r tic le s in m wide range of religious periodicals. F r e ­ quent radloandfeievisioD appear­ ances a r e also a p a rt of his a c ­ tive schedule. R r l o r to X962, D r . B o s l e y w a s m i n i s t e r at F i r s t M e thod ist O i u i v h in J.Vttus-jon, D e a n o f the D i v in i t y S c h o o l at D u k e U n iv e r s ity and p a s t o r o f Mounf V r r n o n P la c e M e thod ist C h u r c h tn B a l t i m o r e , a s o p p o s in g th© p r i n c i p l e o f the is s u a n c e o f a p e r m i t o r p e r m its and th e c h a r g i n g o f a fe e fo r the o w n e r s h ip a n d / o r c u s t o d y of long guns Th© re s o l u t io n w e n t o n to s t i ­ p u late that c o p ie s b e s e n t to the G o v e r n o r , S e n a t o r J a m e s D o n o ­ van R .p C h a d w i c k s , A s s e m b ly m a n D o n a ld L . 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