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PAGE 26 SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1971 ADVANCE-NEWS Proposals To Rescue Foreign Aid 4 From JCC Coming Events f Legislation Heads For Arguments WASHINGTON (AP) — Separate congressional efforts to rescue foreign aid from last week's Senate rejection, are headed for debate in both houses in an atmosphere of increasing an- tagonism between congressional critics and the Nixon administration. The Senate Foreign Relations Com- mittee decided Thursday to separate the aid program into military and economic bills. In addition, the panel retained re- strictive proposals the administration opposes, and cut the total aid amount to $2.3 billion— $1 billion less than the administration's minimum. Even with the cut, however, chairman J.W. Fulbright, DArk., expressed doubt the new bills would be approved. \I think it's marginal,\ he said, adding he will seek further cuts. While the Senate committee moved forward with its bills, intended as in- terim measures to next June 30, the House Rules Committee cleared'the way for consideration Tuesday of shorter interim funding for the aid program and agencies which don't have regular ap- propriations yet—the Defense Depart- ment, the Office of Economic Oppor- tunity, and the District of Columbia. But in the House action, too, a sharp cut is favored by Chairman George H. Mahon, DTex., of the House Appropria- tions Committee. \I'm one of those who wants to see a vast reduction of foreign aid,\ Mahon said, \and I believe there will be a vast reduction.\ The House plan is for a continuing resolution that would set aid spending at a level of $2.8 billion until Congress ad- journs, probably in a month. In still a third move, chairman Thomas E. Morgan, DPa., of the House Foreign Affairs Committee said he probably will bring the House a new aid bill totaling about $3 billion, some $400 million below what the House voted earlier. At the White House, press secretary. Ronald L. Ziegler said the ad- ministration is \not satisfied with that level\ of aid authorization in the twin bills. \We don't fee.l it is sufficient enough to meet.the requirements of the President's policy.\ The ecohomic-huirhanitarian aid package written by the Foreign Relations Committee, including Pakistani refugee relief and U.N. program assistance, totals $1,144 billion, compared with $1,354 billion in the beaten bill. The military aid measure totals $1,185 billion compared with $1,723 billion. Restrictions contained in the bills are highlighted by a $341-million spending limit in Cambodia and the Mansfield amendment calling for total U.S. with- drawal from Indochina in six months if American, prisoners are freed. The same provision was passed by the Senate 57 to 38 as part of the military procurement bill, but Senate-House conferees deleted the six-month restriction. Rensselaer Falls Personals By EMMA J. BAXTER Rensselaer Falls-Mrs. Vernon Lin- coln was an overnight guest of her sister, Mrs. .Dorothy Newvine at her home in Crary Mills on October 27. business meeting for the Delegates will follow. Esmond Boyd returned October 27 from a three day visit at the home of his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hitchock in' Tonowanda. Mrs. Ralph Wallace, of Flackville, and Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Merkley, of Canandaigua, called on Mrs. Blanche Rayburn Oct. 30. Rally Day Sunday forty-eight children of the Sunday School were treated to a Halloween party in Fellowship Hall of the Church. Mr. Byron Lyth, of Canton, a representative of Niagara Mohawk, showed a film on the story of electricity. Following this the children were given coloring books which repeated the in- formation shown in the film. Doughnuts and cider were served for refreshments. Mrs. Arthur Bill accompanied Mrs. Earl Hanna and Miss Marion Wright, both of Ogdensburg, to call on Miss Dorothy Tyrrell at her home in Pierpont on Sunday afternoon. Richard Stiles, of Potsdam, was a dinner guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stiles, Jr. on Oct. 31. The public card party, held November 1 at the Grange Hall found the following winners: Ladies High, Lucille Eusconi, of Lisbon; Ladies Low Ella Griskill, of DeKalb; Men's High, Clifford Mc- Cready, Rensselaer Falls; Men's Low, Lome McAdoo, Rensselaer Falls. The Door Prize went to Helen Pauquin, of Lisbon. Mrs. Harry Stiles, Jr., and her sisters, Mrs. Walter Hering of Canton, and Mrs. Lloyd Wells, of Colton, were guests of Mrs. Wells' son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. William Anderson, of Albany from Oct. 16 to 19. Mrs. Beatrice Childs of Kendrew, was a weekend guest of Mrs. Guy Davis, Oct 30-31. Mrs. Eva Ginn in spending the week of Nov. 1 at the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mrs. and Mrs. Ronald Stevens in Massena. Jhe Graft Club will meet No v. 24 in the Grange Hall at 1:30 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Sunderland, of Morristown, were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Burritt Crane Nov. 2. Mrs. Raymond Hammond returned from the home of her daughter, Mrs. Robert Barney in Hammond, on Nov. 4 after two weeks of recuperation from eye surgery performed at the House of the Good Samaritan in Watertown. Mrs. Mae Lamoureaiix, of Watertown, will be staying with Mrs. Hammond at her home for a few weeks. Mrs. Verna Fields and Mrs. B. Countryman, of Sandy Creek, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Cahoon on Oct. 24. Mrs. Fields remained for a few days visit and was taken to her home by Mrs. Cahoon on Oct. 27. During her stay, Mrs. Fields and Mrs. Cahoon were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Carpenter and Mrs. Elizabeth Webb, in Hermond, and Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Gaudin in Gouverneur. The Grange and the Senior Citizens Group will co-sponsor public card parties at the Grange Hall each Monday night. A luncheon, at 12:30 on Nov. 9, will be served by the Senior Citizens of Ren- sselaer Falls for the Senior Citizens County Council in the Grange Hall. The luncheon will be under the Chair- manship of Mrs. Kenneth Ginn. A Lura-Chapter 324, O.E.S. held their regular meeting on Nov. 3, preceeded by a covered dish supper for twenty two members. The Past Matrons and Patrons were honored by the Worthy Matron, Eunice Sheppard, who also brought her message from Grand Chapter at this time. Those who were .honored were: Mrs. Elmer Jenkins, the eldest Past Matron present (having served in 1919-20), Mrs. Ralph Wrisley, Mrs. Walter Hering, Mrs. Lauren Lytle, Mrs. Curtis Hammond, Mrs. Charles Robson, Mrs. Harry Stiles, Jr., Mrs. Kenneth Parow, Mrs. William Shaw, Miss Donna Parow, Mrs. Clifford Poor, Mrs. Everett Crowe, Mrs. Burritt Crane, Walter Hering and Lauren Lytle. \Announcements for the St. Lawrence Valley Parish are as follows: November 14 there will be a dialogue on drugs to take place at the -United Church of Rensselaer Falls and at the Methodist Church of Heuvelton from seven to eight o'clock. These meetings will be under the leadership of Rev. David Greenfield in Rensselaer Falls and the Rev. Albert Cameron in Heuvelton. November 21 will be the starting date for a series of classes based on the book,\ The Life and Teaching of Jesus\ authored by Edward Bauman. This will be a contemporary interpretation geared to the Junior and Senior High School levels. The first meetings will be held from 3 to 4 p.m. in the United Church of Rensselaer Falls and from six thirty to 7:30 p.m. in the Methodist Church of Heuvelton. All denominations are welcomed. Nov. 24 will be a Thanksgiving eve service for the members of the Presbyterian, Catholic and St. Lawrence Valley Parish and will be held at eight o'clock in the Presbyterian Church of Heuvelton th the Rev. David Greenfield as the featured speaker. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Gladke and their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hamilton, were guests of mrs. Gladle's brother, Piercy Alguire, of Plattsburg. Coast Guard Wins Elite Position In The White House WASHINGTON CAP) — For the first time since its birth in 1776, the Coast Guard has landed! a spot in the elite ranks of presidential military aides. The soon-to-be-announced ap- pointment of Lt. Cmdr-. Alexander R. Larzelere as Coast Guard aide to President Nixon will correct \a long- standing oversight,\ said Nixon's chief military assistant, Air- Force Brig. Gen. James D. Hughes.. Hughes and the three other military aides—Marine Maj. John V. Brennan, Navy Cmdr! Craig S. Campbell and Army Lt. Col. Vernon Coffey—handle logistics and communications for presidential trips, arrange for such ceremonies as the arrival of visiting dignitaries, and act as liaison with the Pentagon on some matters. Hughes, for example, accompanied presidential foreign-affairs adviser Henry Kissinger on his most recent Peking trip to arrange for Nixon's journey to Chinai planned early next year. Coast Guard brass had long sought to place one of Its officers on the presidential staff, especially since Nixon's California office is at a Coast Guard facility! But Hughes said in an interview that Nixon himself initiated the move to expand the military aide staff. \The Coast Guard obviously was happy about it,\ Hughes said. To Visit City Art Studios Artscene, a program co-sponsored by the Institute for the Study of Art in Education and the New York State Council on the Arts, has accepted three J.C.C art career students and Professor Klaus Eblirig for a three day visit of New York City artist studios, Nov. 8-10. Professor Ebeling and students, Rick Busier, David Derosia and John Schneider, will spend a half day with each of the following artists: Tom Lloyd, light sculptor; Meredith Mond, ex- perimental- choreographer; Tom Wesselman, pop painter; and Nam June Paik, electronics sculptor and com- poser. Public Urged To Mail Early For Christmas WASHINGTON—While many say Christmas comes earlier and earlier each year, in terms of preparation, Anne Winfield, shopping coordinator for the' F.W. Woolworth Co. points out there's a lot of important reasons for it. Many people have relatives in the armed services, with business firms operating internationally, or with government agencies around the world, and the Post Office Departmenbreminds shoppers to act early if the goodies are to arrive in time. Miss Winfield points out that gifts 'intended for servicemen overseas should they go by parcel airlift must be mailed by Nov. 26. Regular airmail parcels and cards intended for ser- vicemen overseas should be mailed by Dec. 10. On regular overseas surface mail to Hawaii arid Alaska, parcels should be postmarked by Nov. 30 and ereetinff cards by Dec. 15. By airmail both parcels and cards should be sent by Dec. 15. For Europe, surface parcels should be mailed by Nov. 12 and those going by airmail should be shipped by Dec. 13. un domestic mail, gifts destined for distant states should be sent regular mail by Dec. 1 (cards, Dec. 10). Airmail parcels in the states should be post- marked by Dec. 15 and cards by Dec. 15. Gifts To Kiwanis Auction Now Tax Deductible The Ogdensburg Kiwanis Club has recently completed the formation of Ogdensburg Kiwanis Foundation Inc., which will handle all project monies of the club. The formation of the fouh^ dation makes it possible for anyone making a contribution to the foundation, either in money or by an article donated to the Kiwanis Auction, to claim a tax deduction. Kiwanis hopes this will encourage people to donate items of value to the Auction with the knowledge that they will receive a tax deduction for the fair market value of the item' donated. Several fine antiques were donated for the Auction last year and Kiwanians are hopeful that more will be discovered in attics again this year, as they develop a tot of interest, expecially among the Antique dealers who know and ap- preciate the true value of these rare articles. Good used furniture is always in demand so please check your cellar or garage and call any Kiwanis member or call one of the following numbers for pick up: 393-3270 or 393-0450. The Auction will be held Nov. 11, starting at 6 p.m. at the former Zabriskie Garage on Isabella Street. The garage will be heated and the public is encouraged to attend the auction and \enjoy an evening of laughs and bargains galore,\ a Kiwanis spokesman said. Prison Superintendent Quits After 48 Years COMSTOCK, N.Y. (AP) — Joseph P. Conboy, superintendent of Great Meadow state prison which has received more than 460 transferred inmates from Attica state prison, said Friday he plans to retire next year. Conboy, 68, told a newsman: \I'm tired. I think I'll get out early next year. Conditions being what they are I find that my age is catching up with me.\ The prisoners were transferred to Great Meadow following the September inmate rebellion at Attica which left 43 persons dead. Prisoners at Comstock have been questioned recently by members of the State Organized Crime Task Force that is investigating the Attica uprising. But Conboy said he has been excluded from information about the questioning. \They won't tell me anything,\ He said. \Yes he commented, \I'd be interested in attending the meetings they're having. I'd like to find out about things relating to Great Meadow.\ Conboy, who began his 48 years of prison service as an attendant at Clinton prison in 1923, has been superintendent . at Great Meadow since 1954. He did not give a specific date for his retirement. S?CA ..Nov. 8 - The St. Lawrence County. Society for the Prevention ol Cruelty ta Ahjmals will meet at 7:30 p.m. at the; Masonic Temple, Ogdensburg. The public is invited. Events FOURTH DEGREE KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS INSTALLATION Nov. 8-Reservations due on this date for 6:30 p.m. dinner following Fourth Degree Knights of Columbus installation of officers at 3 p.m. Nov. 14 at St. Mary's School, Canton; 5 p.m. Mass for deceased members; and social hour. Dinner reservations a must by Nov. 8 to Douglas Fisher, 393-4345. NOTRE DAME AUXILIARY Nov. 8-Covered dish supper at 6:30 p.m. at St. Peters School. Please bring table service and a wrapped gift for aa social evening to follow supper. EUREKA REBEKAH LODGE NO. 129 Nov. 8-Meeting at 8 p.m. at the. Masonic Lodge. Refreshments. PRIVATE DUTY NURSES Nov. 9-Meeting at 7:30 p .m. in the Sun Room at Hepburn Hospital. MOC AUXILIARY Nov. 9-Meeting at 8 p.m. at the VFW. Grand President Marie Everding will make her official visit. Also, Grand Inspector Margaret York will inspect. Refreshments will be served. OES Nov. 9-Maple City Chapter, Order, of - the Eastern Star,' will meet at Masonic Temple at 8 p.m. Past matrons and past patrons will be honored. Past matrons and past patrons of District 13, Ontario, will be guests. Refreshments. DIET WORKSHOP Nov. 10-A11 new and old members are invited to attend the covered dish supper at 6:30 p.m. at the United Helpers meeting room. ROYAL NEIGHBORS Nov. 10 - The Royal Neighbors will hold a covered dish supper at 6:30 p.m. at the Belmont Courts Recreation Hall. Elizabeth Tynon is chairman. Guests welcome. WOMAN'S CITY CLUB Nov. 10-The Woman's City Club will meet at the home of Mrs. Mary O'Brien, 612 Jersey Ave. at 7:15 p.m. Mrs. Ruth Hunter will be guest speaker. AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY Nov. 10 — The regular meeting will be held Wednesday at 8 p.m. in the club room. A covered dish supper will precede the meeting at 6:30. Carol Seymour of Girls' State will be the guest speaker. REPUBLICAN WOMEN'S LUNCHEON - BRIDGE Nov: 11 - The Ogdensburg Women's Republican Club will sponsor a lun- cheon-bridge party at the VFW Club on Thursday, Nov. 11 at 12:15 noon. The public is cordially invited. KIWANIS AUCTION Nov. 11 - At former Zabriskie'Garage, Isabella St., starting at 6 p.m. until all mdse. is sold. Furniture, Applicances, Antiques, General Mdse. for home, and many small items too numerous to mention. Come out and help support a worthy cause. PRESBYTERIAN WOMEN'S ASSOCIATION Nov. 11—The regular meeting will be held at 8 p.m. in Fellowship Hall. Thank offering. Mrs. Corwin Humbert will be the guest speaker. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH WOMEN Nov. 20 - The annual Fall Fair will be held at the Presbyterian Church from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Soup and sandwich lun- cheon 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. homemade, goods, baked goods and a white elephant sale will be featured. MAPLE CITY OES Nov. 8 - Maple City Chapter, Order of the Eastern Star, will meet with officers requested by the worthy matron, to wear colored formals. LINCOLN PTA Nov. 10 - The Lincoln PTA will host open house at 7 p.m. at the Lincoln School gym. All parents urged,to attend. European Summit Conference Urged WASHINGTON (AP) — President Nixon and Prime Minister Indira Gandhi of India ended two days of talks today and Nixon said the United States is determined to do what it can to bring a peaceful resolution of the crisis in South Asia. Nixon and Mrs. Gandhi conferred for 70 minutes bringing their total business talks to about 3%. hours over the two days. There was no indication- that the American and Indian points of vie,w had changed as the results of the talks. Presidential press, secretary Ronald L. Ziegler told newsmen it is Nixon's intention to contribute in any way possible to the peaceful resolution of problems in the area. In today's second meeting Nixon explained to Mrs. Gandhi his planned trips to the People's Republic of China and the Soviet Union and emphasized, Ziegler said, that both visits could be steps toward a more peaceful world. i Nov. 8 - Rensselaer Falls - Card Party in Grange Hall at 8:30 p.m., benefit of the Grange and Senior Citizens. i •Nov. 8 - Canton-'Reservations due on this date for 6:30 p.m. dinner following Fourth Degree Knights of Columbus installation of officers at 3 p.m. Nov. 14 at St. Mary's School; 5 p.m. Mass for deceased members and social hour. Reservations a must by Nov. 8 to Douglas Fisher, 393-4345. Nov. 10 - Stone Church - UPW of Presbyterian Church will meet at 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Dale Wright.'Bible study will be Nov. 15 from TJLCS Program on Thanksgiving. All members urged to attend. Nov 10 - Lisbon - Regular meeting of the Lisbon Sportsman's Club at 8p.m. at Lisbon Library. Please bring covered dish for supper. Movies will be shown. All members urged to attend. Nov. 8 - Winthrop - Grange school of instruction and Grange Members Assoc, meeting at 8 p,m. at the WinthroD Grange. Bring sandwiches, rolls, covered dish and table service. Nov. 11 - Heuvelton - The Senior Citizens will have a card party in their club rooms at 8 p ; ih; Members bring either sandwiches of donuts. Nov. 8 - Winthrop - St. Law. County Grange Members Association will meet at-8:30 p.m. at the Winthrop Grange for election of officers. Bring table service, covered dish. Nov. 11 - St. Lawrence County Holstein Club annual meeting at The Lakeside restaurant. Black Lake Road, at 8 p.m. Dinner wiil fee dutch treat from menu. Election of officers. Gary Jeiissen, fieldman, to speak. , Nov. 8 - DeKalb Junction - Ladies Auxiliary of the fire department will meet at 7:30 p.m. at the fire station. Nov. 9 - Morristown - The Ladies Guild of the United Methodist Church will meet in the church annex on Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. Nqv. 9 - Lisbon - The regular meeting >f the American Legion Auxiliary will be eld at 8 p.m. in the post rooms. Nov. 10 - Heuvelton - United Presbyterian Women (UPW) will meet at 1:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Francis Watson. Nov. 11 - Canton - North Country Reference and .Research Resources Council will meet at Canton ATC at 11 a.m., board meeting; noon lunch; 1 p.m., business meeting arid 2 p.m. guest speaker. Nov. 13 - Canton - The First Presbyterian Church will hold a harvest •sale-food and gifts - in Fellowship Hall from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. A coffee hour will also be held from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Nov. 13 - Morley - Fire department will hold a card party at the Morley recreation building. Admission, 75 cents, door prize. Nov. 20 - Canton - Public chicken and biscuit dinner with bazaar at 2 p.m.; dinner from 5 to 7 p.m., adults, $2; children, $1.25; at the Canton Masonic Temple. Benefit of the Empire Chapter, Order of the Eastern Star. Donald D,uck Wins School Board Race SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) -^ Jeff Bowers may ask for a recount after apparently being outpolled in the school board race by Donald Duck. Unofficial tallies show the margin was narrow. Donald got two'votes and Jeff one. \Imagine getting beat out by Donald Duck!\ protested Mrs. T. E ? Nesbitt, campaign manager, publicity chair- man, general vote getter and sister of the 22-year-old Bowers. Bowers' slogan in his write-in cam- paign was \Our school board will never be the same if you cast your vote for what'shis name.\ Although a newspaper reported Donald outpolled Jeff in the write-in votes, Mrs. Nesbitt figures the tally is Wrong. \Jeff actually got three votes, not one,\ she said. \He wouid have had four but his mother was unsure of how to work the write-in mechanism inside the voting booth. . Mrs. Nesbitt said Bowers plans to run again in the next election. Nov. .13 - Lisbon - Card party at Hepburn Library at 8:15 p.m., spon- sored by Lisbon Firemen's Auxiliary. Refreshments, door prizes. Nov. 13 - Waddingtpn - Bazaar and \Smorgasbord at Waddirigton Library, sponsored by the United Methodist Church. Food and fancy table sale starts at 4 p.m. Smorgasbord at 5 p.m. Adults $2; children $1. Nov. 15 — A Grange school of in- struction Will .be held in Silas Wright Grange Hall at 8 p.m. Please bring sandwiches or rolls, a dish to pass and table service. Coffee will be served. Please have all new officers, members, junior matrons, patrons, lecturers-and S.&H. Committees. Nov. 15 - Rensselaer Falls -'Public card party will be held at the Grange Hall co-sponsOred by Grange and senior citizens. Admission, 75 cents. Nov. 16 - Heuvelton - Florence B. Beattie Chapter Order of Eastern Star will meet in the Masonic Hall at 8 p.m. for Memorial Night. Report from the Grand Chapter will be heard. Past matrons and past patrons will be honored. Covered dish supper at 6:30 Nov. 17 -Rensselaer Falls *-Craft Club will meet at 1:30 p.m. at Grange Hall. Nov. 18 - Old DeKalb - WSCS will hold a baked ham dinner from 5 p.m. on at the Methodist Church. IC^M^V^K^M^X^Mri Daily Record Of Births ' Oct. 15,1971 FRISINA—A daughter, Stephanie Lee, 7 lbs., 3 ozs., born at 5:26 a.m. to Arthur arid Nancy Bouchard Frisina of 415 Lafayette St., city. MARTIN—A daughter, Kimberly Sara, 7 lbs., 5 ozs., born at 10:17 a.m. to Terry and Jill Case Martin of Canton. Oct. 16,1971 STAIE—A daughter, Elaine Marie, 7 lbs.,, 2 ozs., born at 10:04 a.m. to Frederick and Gloria Bizilow Staie of 928 Franklin St., city. Oct. 17,1971 SABIN—A son, Jon Calvin, 5 lbs., 11 ozs., bbrfi at 8:09 aim- to James and Cheryl Gibbs Sabiri of Covington. Oct. 18,1971 LINCOLN--A daughter, Nicole Lynn, 5 lbs., 15 ozs., born at 9:35 p.m. to Arthur and Virginia Kefich Lincoln of 521 Grant St., city. lbs., 2 ozs., born at 8:42 a.m. to Richard and Dorothy MeNally Polhiak of 505 Clark St., city. Oct. 22,1971 LOMBARtN-A son, Jamie Allen, 3 lbs., 3 OZS,, born at 2:24-p.m. to George and Sandra Barkley Lombard of 1209 Greene St., city ; MiTCHELL-^-A son, Homer David,'7 ibs., 10 ozs., born at 10:11 a.m. to Homer and Susan Reid Mitchell of Riverside Drive, city. Octv 19,1971\ HENDERSON—A daughter, Michelle Marie, 7 lbs., 4 ozs., born at 2:04 p.m. to Thomas and Marilyn Thompson Hen- derson of RD I, city. Oct. 20,1971 BRABOW—A daughter, Cheri Lynn, 6 lbs., 3 ozs., born at 2:45 p.m. to Wayne and Marlene Vaughan Brabow of Pyrites. . Oct. 21,1971 POLNIAK-A daughter, Laurie Jo., 5 HEYERV-A son, Robert Henry, Jr., 7 lbs., 12 ozs., born at 11:38 a.m. to Robert and Jean Jennings Heyer of 28 Ren- sselaer Ave.,, city. Oct, 23,1971 BLAIR—A daughter, Karrie Ann, 5 lbs., 14 ozs., born at 9:06 p.m. to Dale and Leigh Shaw Blair of Hammond. Oct; &i, 1971 PRAY—A son, Bernard William Jr., 5 lbs., bom at 12:14 to Bernard and Joan Huntley Pray of 223 Gate St., city. Oct. 28,1971 BARKLEY^-A son, Michael Allen, 6 lbs., 80ZS., born at 12:16 fi.m. to William and Alberta Dominie Barkley of 1006 Knox St.; city. BOUCHEY—A daughter, Lisa Eileen, 5 lbSi, 11 ozs., bom at 6:43 a.m. to Mahlon andfieborab. tawton'Bduchey of 907 Main St., city. Oct. 29,1971 SZFRANSKI-A daughter, Nicole Lynn, 8 lbs., 7 ozs., born at 1:04 aim. to Michael and Barbara Hamilton Sz- frariski of 915 Lake St., city. Oct. 30,1971 XEGAULTV-A daughter, Edna Elizabeth, 6 lbs., 13 ozs.,'born at 7:45 a.m. to Honald and Sharon Macponald LeGault of 14 Lake St., city. RELY ON YOUR FRIENDLY KINNEYPHARMACIST EVERYTHING GOaD F0R BABY OGDENSBURG SEAWAY CENTER OPEN SUNDAYS KINNEY 1 DRUGS PRESCRIPTION FHARMACK9

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