ADVANCE-NEWS SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1971 PAGE 3 Taylor-Gushlaw Nuptials Held • -*fw*w<*3«t*«y^:pi$ TAYLOR-GUSHLAW WEDDING PARTY—Mr. and Mrs. James A. Taylor who now reside at Flackville, were married Oct. 16 in the Methodist Church at Flackville. From left are Miss Kim Gushlaw and Mrs. Edward (Felicidad) Gushlaw, bridesmaids; Lorie Childs, flower girl; Miss Robin Gushlaw, maid of honor; the bridal couple; Clayton Trombly, best man; Ronald Gushlaw, ring bearer; and Edward Gushlaw and 1A CUT CAKE—Mr. and Mrs. James A. Taylor cut their wedding cake at the reception held at The Lodge, Ogdensburg-Morristown Road, after'their marriage. Robert Childs, ushers. The bride is the former Debra Carol Gushlaw daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carroll F. Gushlaw of the Marshall Road (Route 1), Ogdensburg. The bridegroom formerly resided on the Old State Road, Rensselaer Falls. He is the son of Walter Taylor, Route 3, Ogdensburg, and the late Ruth Davenport Taylor. Contract Holders Required To List Job Openings New York City — The Division of Employment of the New York State Labor Department today reminded all firms holding Federal Government contracts that a new regulation requires virtually all of their job openings to be listed with the State Employment Service. Federal Executive Order number 11598 applies to firms holding contracts issued, or renewed, on or since Sept. 24. It is aimed at providing increased job opportunities for veterans and will result in thousands of new job listings with Employment Service offices. Vietnam-era veterans are to be given first exposure to such job vacancies. Employers affected by this legislation are prime contractors engaged in the performance of federal contracts, and their first-tier subcontractors. Jobs covered include those in the following categories: production and ^ion- production, plant and office, super- visory and nonsupervisory, technical, and professional and administrative openings with a salary of less than $18,000 a year. Included are full time, temporary arid part-time jobs. The regulation exempts the listing of openings a contractor fills from within his organization or through established collective bargaining agreements. Employers are required to file periodic reports with the Employment Service indicating the number of per- sons who were hired during the repor- ting period and the number of those who were Vietnam-era veterans. -Further information can be obtained from all local New York State Employment Service offices. Son Of Former City Residents Wed Miss Barbara Michielsen of Marywood, N.J., and Terry Bordine, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Bordine of Wyckoff, N.J., former residents of Ogdensburg, were married in the Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church at MRS. TERRY JbUJttJLUiNje, The Former Barbara Michielsen Portrait by Varsity Studios Marywood, Oct. 2. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Paul (Mildred) Michielsen and the late Mr. Michielsen. Escorted by her brother, the bride wore a dress of white satin trimmed with pearls and Alencon lace and made with long fitted sleeves. Her veil of silk illusion was held by a Camelot hat of pearls. She carried.a cascade of white Sweetheart roses, stephanotis, and a white orchid. Miss Joan Beth Aldridge, was maid of honor. Junior bridesmaids were Miss Ruth Ann Aldridge and Miss Ruth Schulze. Miss Irene Schulze was flower girl. Henry Behnke was best man. Ushers were Arthur Bordine and Neil Michielsen. A reception was held at Neptune Inn, Paramus, N.J. The bridal couple went on a wedding trip to the Caribbean. They are residing at Hawthorne, N.J. Niagara Mohawk Dividends On Stocks Declared NEW YORK-The Board of Directors of Niagara Mohawk Power Corporation, has declared a quarterly dividend on the common stock of the Corporation in the amount of 27-V2 cents per share, payable Dec. 20, to stockholders of record at the close of business on Dec. 1, it was an- nounced by Earle J. Machold, chairman of the board. The directors also • declared the • following regular quarterly dividends on the corporation's outstanding preferred stocks: $.85-per share on the 3.40 percent series; $.90 per share on the 3.60 percent series; $.97-% per share on the 3.90 percent series; $1.02-M> per share on the 4.10 percent series; $1.21-% per share on the 4.85 percent series; $1.31-V4 per share on the 5.25 percent and $1.52% per share on the 6.10 percent series. The dividends on the preferred stock are payable Dec. 31, to stockholders of record at the close of business on D.ec. 1. HEUVELTON CHURCH WEDDING—Mr. and Mrs. Mark Edward Ayen and members of their wedding party posed for this picture in the First Presbyterian Church of Heuvelton, after their marriage Nov. 6. From left are Miss Joan Stiles and Miss Karidy Ayeri, bridesmaids; Miss Sue Stiles, maid of honor; the bridal couple; William Ayen, best man; and Steven Mills and Donald Ayen Jr. (Photo by Loucks) NEWLYWEDS—Mark Edward Ayen and his bride, the former Ruth Ida LaRue, posed for this wedding portrait after their marriage Nov. 6 in the First Presbyterian Church of Heuvelton. (Photo by Loucks) . - - - . Ruth I. LaRue Becomes Bride Of Mark E. Ayen Miss Ruth Ida LaRue, daughter of Mr. R 0 ad Rensselaer Falls, became the and Mrs. Ivan A. LaRue of the Walrath WEDDING PLANS-Mr. and Mrs. R. Ferns Gilson, DeKalb Junction, announce the engagement of their daughter, Susazan Barbara, to Chris William Weller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Weller of DeKalb Junction. Miss Gilson is a graduate of Hermon-DeKalb Central School and of Roethel's Ogdensburg Business School. She is a secretary at St. Lawrence University. Mr. Weller is a graduate of Her- mon-DeKalb Central School and is employed at St. ' Joe 'Mineral Corporation in Ed- wards. A Spring wedding is planned. bride of Mark Edward Ayen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford E.-Ayen of the Fish Creek Road (Route No. 2), Heuvelton, at 1 p.m. Saturday, Nov. ,6, in the First Presbyterian Church of Heuvelton. The Rev. Richard Lauterbach, pastor, of- ficiated at the double ring ceremony. Escorted to the alter by her father, the bride wore a self designed long Empire style gown of white velvet, fashioned with a scoop neckline and long sleeves. Her elbow length veil of illusion was held by a large velvet flat bow. She carried a cascade of white miniature carnations • and white Sweetheart roses. Miss Sue Stiles, maid of honor, wore a long gown of white and wine red velvet. The white bodice was fashioned with a scoop neckline and short sleeves. She carried a single White chrysanthemum. The bridesmaids, Miss Kandy Ayen, sister of the bridegroom, and Miss Joan Stiles, wore gowns of .white and Royal blue velvet and white and green velvet, styled like that of themaid of honor's. All gowns were fashioned by the bride. Each attendant carried a single white chrysanthemum, William Ayen was best man for his cousin. Ushers were Donald Ayen Jr., and Steven Mills, also cousins of the bridegroom. A reception was held at Buck 'n Carms, South Road, Canton. The bride was graduated from Heuvelton Central School. She is \a 'student at the State University Agricultural and Technical College, studying for an Associate degree in Nursing. The bridegroom is also a graduate of the Heuvelton Central School, and is also a Student at the State University at Canton, majoring in Agriculture. Inspection Commenced MASSENA — Representatives of seven leading consulting design engineering firms, invited By the Saint Lawrence Seaway Development Cor- poration to propose deisgns for ice control in the Seaway, were briefed Tuesday on current developments and began an inspection of Seaway facilities. \Iii order that- navigation in the Seaway system can be economically extended into the ice season it is necessary that modifications be made to structures and methods now employed,\ according to John IX Officer, Director of Comprehensive Planning for the Cor^ pOratiOn. \SoTrie modifications Have been made since the 27-foot Seaway channel as constructed and others are in various- stages of design.\ ! \ Conceptual designs are being solicited by the Seaway Corporation for methods find devices , which'. ? will permit navigation through \ a *\ controlled ice cover on the Seaway shipping channel without producing effects unacceptable to other interests. Additional designs are desired for facilitating the handling of broken ice in and through the Seaway locks and inhibiting the formation of ice on the structure and its equipment. The inspection of the facilities and the proposals Of the engineering firms' representatives are major factors in the season extension effort and the development program of the Seaway Corporation and the U.S. Department of Transportation. Firms taking part in the inspection include: J.E. Bowker Associates, Inc., Boston, Mass.: Hale and Kullgren, Inc., Akron, Ohio; Frederic R. Harris, N.Y., Harza Engineering-Co., Chicago, HI;, Charles T. Main, Inc., Boston, Mass.; Stanley Consultants, Cleveland, Ohio; arid Tippetts-Abbett-McCarthy-Stratfon, N.Y. DISCHARGED FROM HOSPITAL . SAN ANTONIO, Tex. (AP) — Mamie Eisenhower has been released from the Brooke Army Medical Center and described by doctors as in good general condition. The widow of President Dwight B. Eisenhower has been iri the medical center at Ft. Sam Houston since Oct. 25, reportedly for a checkup. A hospital spokesman said last Friday she had developed a mild bronchial inflammation, but she was' released Mondav nieht. TEXAS BASED-Airman John J. Yoder, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mervin H. Yoder of Rt. 5, Somerville Road, Gouverneur, has completed his U.S. Air Force basic training at the Air Training Command's Lackland AFB, Texas. He i s remaining at Lackland for training as a security policeman. Airman Yoder is a 1971 graduate of Gouverneur High School.