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Catskill Mountain news. (Margaretville, N.Y.) 1902-current, December 20, 1973, Image 1

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i ■ F o u r A r e a S c h o o ls P r o d u c e d 2 9 R e g e irts S c h o la r s £ A T C I ^ I I I A Christm as the I I I H H H H D R . E . C . K E L L Y 2 6 9 S O U T H M A I M A V E , A L B A N Y , 122 Q Q NOV, 1 9 ; A Christm as present in the form of New York State Regents scholarship was an­ nounced to several area high school seniors y e s terd a y . There were two winners and two alternates, one of whom is a nursing winner, at M argaretviUe c e n tral school, two winners and one a lternate at Roxbury central school, one winner and another nursing scholarship w inner a t Andes central school and 22 winners and seven a lternates at Onteora c e n tral school. Annette C. Heyler, daugh­ ter of Mr. and M rs. Romayn Heyler, was one of the five top winners in Delaw are county. She is a senior at Roxbury central school. Another Rox­ bury winners is K athleen A. Kelly, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Kelly, and E rnest M. Shultis is listed as an alternate. The M argaretville winners are Cynthia A. Kehoe, daugh­ ter of Mr. and Mrs. Francis J. Kehoe, and Sharon L. Pekrul, daughter of Mr. and M rs. Harold Pekrul of New Kings­ ton. J a n e t M. Kelder, who is one of the MCS a lternates, is the winner of a Regents n u rsing sch o larsh ip for Greene county. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Amos Kelder of Halcott Center. G ary T. Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Smith of F leischm anns, is the other M argaretville a lternate. M artha Drew, daughter of Mr. and M rs. Howard Drew, won the Regents scholarship at Andes central school, and Rachel X. Ballantine, daugh­ ter of Mr. and M rs. George Ballantine of Andes, is the winner of a Delaw are county Regents nursing scholarship. Other n u rsing scholarships in Delaware county went to Jean M. R ikard of G rand Gorge central school, Carol A. Nocella of Downsville central school and Linda Fitzgerald of Sidney senior high school. Heading the list of Onteora winners is E d w a rd Shlasko of Woodstock, who ranked fourth in U lster county. Other OCS winners a re Shirley E. Bach- or, Lynn A. Bailey, P e ter I. Berge, M elissa M. Bernard, Geoffrey S. Brooks, Taunchy A. Burgess, Jonathan S. Coomes, Roylene A. Coon, G ary V. DeGraff, Sharon E. Donohue, Kathleen M. Flynn, David A. Hanson, Lee A. Houseman, Glenn R. Ketch- am , Paul A. Malek, M ark Pettie, E a rl E. Proper, Joyce D. Sanger, Stephen A. Scher- barth, Calvin G. W amecke, and Beth Zimet. O n teora a lt e r n a t e s a r e Keith A. Anthony, T errell T. B ernard, George Caulfield, C. M. Gillmor, Tsantang Liang, Holger F. Sternberg and David E. Wheeler. M iss H eyler has been active in band and chorus while in high school and has been the senior chorus ac­ com panist for the last three years. She is a m em b e r of the John C. Sweatman chapter of Pacemaker Surgery Is First At Hospital M a r g a retv ille M e m o rial hospital recorded another \first” Friday when a heart pacem aker was replaced in John Sidorowicz, a patient in the hospital. The surgery was perform ed by Dr. Fernando B. Escano, specialist in thoracic and cardiovascular surgery, who recently joined the staff. M r. Sidorow icz’s h e a r t function wae m onitored con­ tinuously by hospital person­ nel during the surgery. The procedure was accom plished without complication. The pacem a k e r is a bat­ tery-operated device that as­ sists the pum ping action of M O U N T A IN MARGARETVILLE, N. T.. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 20. 197S C HAY 61974 Pnbluhed Weekly Second-CUu PM tacc Paid s< larg t r e t n U e , n T y . IMSS iscOm jr iTJOYc*- Resumption Of Skiing To Test Shortage Effects On Economy the National Honor society serving a s s e c retary last y e a r and president this year. Annette is also senior band librarian and is a m em b er of the yeai-book staff. Miss Kelly is a m em b er of the John C. Sweatman chap­ ter of the National Honor society and attended classes at Oneonta State for the Able and Ambitious. She was also a candy striper for one y ear. Miss Kehoe began atten­ ding high school in Izmir, Turkey, and W estover Air Force Base, M ass., before coming to M argaretvUle in Septem ber. She has worked on school yearbooks for three years and school new spapers for two years. This year she has helped to s tart a literary m agazine at MCS and is its editor. She is also working on the new comm unity library in Arkville. She has also been active in church activities MCS Winter Concert To Be Given Tonight The senior high band and chorus at M a rgaretville cen­ tral school will present its annual w inter concert to­ night, Thursday, in the school auditorium . The concert be- glnsat8:15. The chorus, under the direction of R ichard Tucker will present a special work, “W inter Celebrations” by Dr. A rthur Frackenpohl, of the State University college at Potsdam . It is a 25-minute composition for mixed voices, with n a rrator and piano accom panim ent. The n a r r a ­ tion will be done by William Bims, English teacher at MCS, and the accom panist will be J a n e t Kelder, a senior. Soloists will include Kim W agner, Sue McDaniel, L a r­ ry Tanzer, and L a rry G ra­ ham. The senior band under the direction of Russ Cariot will perform the following selec­ tions : ‘‘Air and M a rch” : ‘‘F o r All We Know” ; ‘‘E a rly Am eri­ can H y m n ” ; “ C h r is tm a s Song” , and ‘‘Three Songs for C h ristm a s” . the heart. The life of a pacem a k e r is approxim ately RotarianS DlnOd Out two y©£irs. Bakery And Building Sold By Newcombs M r. and M rs. Vic Lam pa- riello of Farm ingville, L. I., have purchased the M a rga­ retville B akery from Mr. and M rs. R o b ert Newcomb and took possession Friday. The sale included both the busi­ ness a n d the building. Mr. Lam p ariello has had m o re than 25 years experi­ ence in the business and operated a bakery in Central Islip, L. I., for the last eight years. The couple, who have had a sum m er home in Sanford hoUow in New Kings­ ton for several years, also purchased the Verity home on W alnut street in M a rgaret­ ville. They have two daugh­ ters, one in the 10th grade at M a rgaretville, and the other a student at Sullivan county comm unity college. Mr. and M rs. Newcomb, who have been here 10 years, will continue with the new owners for a tim e and then take a vacation. They have retained their ap a r t­ m ent in the b a k ery building. The sale was m ade through the Redmond Agency at Arkville. Roxbury, Dec. 20—Forty- two m em b ers of Roxbury Rotary, their wives and guests attended the R o tary Christm as party at the Hide­ away in Prattsville Monday evening. A C h ristm as party was held after dinner with exchange of gifts. Rev. H e r­ bert Schm alzriedt was given a pin for seven y e a rs’ m em bership in the Rotary, E a rl T. Schreiber for 12 years, and Henry M unsell for 14 y ears. N a b b e d I n W i n d h a m and Girl Scouts. She plans to earn a m a s ter’s degree in library science. Miss Pekrul has attended MCS for 13 years. She is a m em b er of and treasu r e r of the MCS chapter of the National Honor society, is a m em b er of the tutoring club and has been nam ed a m em b er of the Society of Outstanding A m erican High School Students. She expects to attend a New York State University college to prepare for a c a reer in archeology. Miss Kelder has partici­ pated in chorus during her four years in high school, band for two years and girls’ ensemble one year. She has been chorus accom p anist for three years and has partici­ pated in county chorus smd band. She is also a two-year m em b e r of the National Honor society and is presi­ dent of the senior class. Outside school she h a s worked at the M a rgaretville hospital for two years as a candy- striper. She plans to study nursing in a four-year bach­ elor of science p rogram . G ary Smith h a s been active in soccer four years, basket­ ball four years and baseball one year. He is president of the MCS chapter of the National Honor society and has been c la ss vice president two years and a student- faculty senate representative one year. He was captain of the MCS ‘‘Answers P lease” Roxbury Won't Lose Trees For New Road Roxbury, Dec. 20—The Rox­ bury town board m et last week Tuesday night with Foster Beach, engineer with the Binghamton d istrict of the state D e p a rtm ent of tran s ­ portation, who assured the board that Roxbury would not lose its sidewalks and trees. Route 30 through the com­ munity will not be widened, but construction from the village square 4.9 m iles n o rth tow ard G rand Gorge will include crown treatm e n t, in­ stallation of new curbing and improvem ent of drainage. Above the village, the road will be relocated through the E a rl W right property over a new grade crossing of the railroad tracks to elim inate the dangerous Z-tum over­ pass. This will come out near the location of Calvin G rant’s sawmill about 200 yards above the present overpass. The 4.9 miles will end near Miss Doris Schum an’s cot­ tage. No trees along the m ain street will be taken down except those judged old, decrepit and dangerous. Arkville Youth Faces Charge After Stolen Truck Smashes A young Arkville m an is in the Delaw are County jail at Delhi following his arrest by the W indham police depart­ m ent e a rly Saturday charged with third degree grand larceny. State police of the M a rga­ retville station report that John York, 17, of Arkville was arrested by the W indham police following an auto accident near W indham. The pickup truck that York was driving had been reported stolen from the parking lot behind C h ristian’s d rug store in M argaretville between 4 and 6:30 Friday afternoon. The truck is owned by John R. Caswell, 24, of New Kingston, who reported its loss. A rraigned before Town J u s ­ tice SoUie Darling of Fleisch­ m anns, York was com m itted to the Delaware county jail to aw a it action by the January grand jury. The truck, which rolled over in the accident, was heavily d amaged. Kelder TV team , has been in chorus one year. He is a m e m b e r of the Society of O utstanding High School Students. He has been a ccepted and p lans to go either to the Albany A lleg e of Pharm a c y or the Univer­ sity of Rhode Island. Tuesday Holidays Put Crimp In News Work The News m u st ask for early copy again this week­ end and next, because Christ­ m as and New Y ears days fall on Tuesday, norm ally the busiest day, including night work, in p reparation for each week’s edition. M em bers of The News staff will be with their fam ilies Christm as Eve and Christ­ m as and New Y e a rs Eve and New Y ears day, so m u st have the next two editions nearly ready by late afternoon Monday of the next two weeks. The deadline for correspondents’ copy, church notes and bowling will be noon Monday. The classified ad deadline will rem a in at 9 a.m . W ednesday, and distri­ bution d a te s will be Thursday as usual. New Y ear greeting adver­ tising should be in by 5 p.m. tomorrow, Friday, to be in tim e for n ext week’s edition. Hughes Asks Eaton To Be DA Assistant D i s t r i c t A t t o r n e y - e l e c t Malcolm C. Hughes of Rox­ bury said Tuesday that he has asked Attorney Paul Eaton Jr. of Sidney to become his assistant district attorney after Mr. Hughes takes office Jan. 1 . Mr. Eaton was adm itted to the bar early in 1973 and is a m em b e r of the law firm of E aton and Griffith in Sidney. Mr. Hughes has been a ssis­ tant district attorney for the last eight years. He served under DAs Carl Mugglin and P a lm e r Kennedy, and was elected in Novem ber to suc­ ceed Mr. Kennedy, who did not seek reelection. Mr. Hughes will m aintain his private law practice in M a r­ garetville in addition to his county duties. Cemetery Desecrated Roxbury, Dec. 20—A Rox­ bury resident reported last week that she had found that a car had been run through the cem e te ry and that the cem etery had been littered with b e e r cans, a p p a rently by occupants of the car, as it is too f a r from the m ain road to toss them . O CHRISTSIAS TREE—First decorated community tree Marga­ retville has had in several years was put up and adorned Sunday afternoon by a group of civic-minded business and young people. W h a t W e W a n t e d Season's First Snow Brings Back Skiing; Mercury Drops All area ski centers are expected to be in opere.tion this weekend a s a result of a 12-inch snowfall Monday. Bel- leayre reports good-to-excel- lent conditions and will have all lifts in operation. In addition to the natural cover there is a 20-inch m an-m ade base on the W anatuska and Belleayre trails and on the novice T-bar slope. Superintendent Nelson Sears reports a larger than norm al num b er of inquiries from the m etropolitan area. He said m any ask what the distance is and what is the gasoline situation here. Several said they had previously been goin^ to New England and the Adirondacks. Season ticket sales are down, partly from a lack of snow last year, when such purchasers did not receive their m oney’s worth because of lack of skiing. The storm , which had been predicted for three days, finally hit the m ountains Sunday night. By dawn Mon­ day there were upw ards of nine inches over the commun­ ities, and area schools ex­ perienced their first snow day of the winter. State, county and town highway crews were out with plows and sanders, but did not put in as heavy a night schedule a s in other years as gas-saving m easures were instituted. Traffic along high­ ways was extrem ely light, ?md police agencies credit this with a m inim um of accidents. Village streets were c leared Tuesday and W ednesday to perm it a norm al flow of pre-Christm as shopping traf­ fic. More snow has been pre- Three Pay $15 Each For Hunt Trespasses Three Brooklyn men were arrested Sunday in Roxbury and paid fines for tresspas­ sing on p rivate land. A rrested by Conservation Officer E a rl W ashburn and Trooper Rob­ ert Pefley were Antonio F e r rara, 31, Vito F e rrara, 34, and Joseph Tumminello, 40, all of Brooklyn. They were arrested on a com plaint of Clinton H u n ter of Roxbury. Taken before Town Justice Andrew Schuman of Roxbury the three pleaded guilty and were fined $15 each. Owen House Is Sold Bowman Owen of Tum- wood has sold his house in Andes village to F rank Ivan­ na of P o rt W ashington. The sale was m ade through Edith Morse, Andes b roker. dieted for tonight, Thursday, and again on S aturday. Sunday’s storm moved up the coast and struck at m etropolitan New York and New Jersey regions long before it hit the CatskiUs. City folk, unused to the rigors of such a storm , had m ore difficulty coping with it than did mountain dwellers. How­ ever, the 10 degree below cold and lower of Tuesday night and W ednesday m orning has given anxious hours to resi­ dents keeping an anxious eye on the gauges on their fuel tanks. The period from now to New Y e a r’s d ay will be a good test of the effect the gasoline shortage and Sunday closing of service stations will have on the resort-based economy of the Catskills. With good skiing and cold w e a ther predicted, m any hope that the a r e a ’s nearness to the m etropolitan population Daylight Hits Low Point In Year Friday The w inter solstice occurs at 7:08 p.m. tomorrow, F r i­ day, m aking official the season that actually began in earnest Sunday. The day is also called the shortest of the year, with nine hours and 20 minutes of daylight. However, the afternoons have been gradually length­ ening and already daylight has gained three m inutes since Friday. ’The earliest sunset, 4:35 p .m ., was reach­ ed on Dec. 1 and this tim e continued until Dec. 14. Sunrise will be at 7:18 a.m . tomorrow and will continue becoming later u ntil well into January before it turns a- round. And a s the days grow longer, the cold grow s stronger. Young And Old Will Dine At ACS Today All persons of social secur­ ity age or over in the town of Andes have been invited to be guests of the school at a Christm as dinner at the school c a feteria today, Thurs­ day, at 1:15 p.m . In sending out invitations, Supervising Principal Lloyd T. Johns wrote: “Your contributions throughout the years have been m any and som e of you are still our b iggest taxpayers and supporters. Our youth is indebted to you for the leadership you have shown for it was through y o u r efforts we have a school.” Those who plan to attend are asked to either call or write the school so th a t the cafeteria staff m ay have an idea of how m any to expect. High school g irls will serve a s w aitresses. The annual school Christ­ m as dinner will be held prior to this on the sam e day. Turkey and all the trim m ings will be on both menus. centers will help stave oft' what appears to be a severe? jolt to business. While not evident durln^;^ the deer hunting seasonj' those who cater to week^'': enders say their business haii^ decreased to an alarm ins- extent. Lewis Kolar, vlc*l president of Roxbury Run »2 says his firm is receiving large num ber of inquiries on'\ rentals for the holidays, a n d a sm all num b er seek season^ rentals, but alm ost none ard looking to buy. ’The worli^ force has been cut from high of 60 to half a dozen, a much larger drop that n o rm al seasonal lay-off. Vincent Giacci, p resident of Belleayre village at Hlgh- mount, said yesterday they are receiving no inquiries on: their development. Normally;, with good skiing, m any would be looking at lots. His A ita Industries at Halcottvllle,- w h ich m a n u factu r e s log homes and distributes them on a national level, is not aa. severly affected and sales a r e continuing on a seasonal basis. One large restaurant with a capacity of several hundred, served 12 dinners Sunday. Burton Jenkins of R edm o n d Realty at Arkville says his inquiries have not had m o re than a seasonal drop, except in properties at the price range above $15,000. An advertism ent in m etropolitan area newspapers for p roperty under the above price brings m any answers. He feels any slowdown is m ore a reflection of tight money and the falling stock m a rket than the gaso­ line shortage. Christmas Project Task Nearly Finished Work on the Community Chrlstma.<< project Is nearly completed, and p ackages wlU be delivered Saturday. The deadline for accepting food and gifts has pased, but money is still needed. D rivers who will be de­ livering packages will m eet at the M ethomst church In M argaretville at 1 p.m . oa Saturday. Those who a re able to drive in assisting to m ake deliveries are asked to contact Mrs; Linda H a rter, project cor ordinator. Centers Gary Smith, No. 34, of Margaretville and Bruce Tubbs, No. 25, of Andes vie for ball in game played Friday night in Margaretville. Andes won the contest, 73-68, to avenge earlier defeat at the hands of Margaretville. Tubbe of Andes was the high point scorer for the eveaing with 28. Jim Scannapeico of Margaretville had 27 for k)sers. Andes Hands Blue Devils First Cage Defeat Costly turnovers and sloppy ball control cost the M a rga­ retville c e n tral school v a rsity basketball team its three- game winning streak Friday night as the Blue Devils hosted the M o untaineers of Andes. Andes won, 73—68. M argaretville started off strong in the first quarter running up a 7 - 0 lead behind the hot shooting of Dave Elliott, but as M argaretville cooled, and Andes becam e hot the lead was soon cut and M a rgaretville was behind at the half. Andes opened the m argin in the second half, with M a rgaretville closing it at the end to five points. M argaretville had previously beaten Andes in Andes in the season opener. Scoring honors for the night went to Bruce Tubbs of Andes with 28 points. O ther high scorers for Andes were Steve Lee with 20 points a n d Kevin O’Donnell with 10. Scanna­ peico had 17 rebounds for M a rgaretville to lead In that category. M argaretville won the Junior varsity gam e, 60—60, with Randy Jenkins hitting 14 points, followed by Steve Bowers with 11 and Pete Slulter with 10. High scorers for Andes were Dan Dough­ erty, who led the the tilt with 21, and Bem ie B a rrett with 13. Randy Moore and Steve Bowers led the rebounding for M a rgaretville. The Blue Devils travel to Roxbury F riday night for their fifth non-league gam e. Coach A1 Nelson expressed confidence in his team , but noted that M argaretviU e has alw ays had problem s In R o x b u ry. R o x b u r y ’s only gam e was a 61—37 loss a t the h&nds of Stamford. Roxbury did not shoot well, h itting only 22 p e r cent from the floor and seem s to be a b e tter team than the score of its lone gam e a g a in s t S tam fo rd showed. f

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