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Page 18 Massena, N.Y. Observer, Tuesday, August 20,1974 'Milk to Wear 9 Arts-Humanities Sculpt, Drink At State Fair MILK TO WEAR IN STATE FAIR EXHIBIT , Milk for wearing and sculpturing as well as drinking will be featured at the American Dairy Association & Dairy Council of New York exhibit in the Dairy Building at the New York State Fair in Syracuse, August 27 - Sep- tember 2. For wearing, there will be a new milk protein fabric known as Chinon and dozens of milk-based skin care lotions and cosmetics provided by Chappell's department store. > Entitled \There's more to milk than a glass of milk,\ the exhibit will also include a carousel sculpture in butter and a unique display showing how much you'd have to eat of six different foods to get the nutritional equivalent of a quart of milk. For example, just one quart of milk contains as much protein as a pound of bacon or as much calcium as 72 slices of white bread. In addition, ADA's television com- mercials on the good taste and nutrition of milk will be featured with copies of newspaper ads in an art museum setting. ADA & DCNY conducts non- brand fluid milk promotion in New York State financed by dairy farmers through the New York State Milk Promotion Order. The butter sculpture, displayed in an 8 x 10 foot revolving refrigerated glass case, will be executed in> the form of a carousel by internationally known William Clements. It will be his sixth butter sculpture for the State Fair and he anticipates it will weigh 600 pounds. The sculpture will be donated to a charitable organization after the Fair. Reigning ove>the exhibit throughout the Fair will be Suzanne Cheney, of Bemus Point, 1974-75 New York' State Dairy Princess and Susan.Brown of Jeffersonville, State Dairy Princess Alternate. Granny's Pantry Scheduled At Village Fair This is a last call to cooks to 'man the' ovens; for Granny's Pantry at the Marble Village Craft Fair this weekend. All ^ kinds o( home made baked goods will be featured at this popular booth. Last year, cooks were beating a path- from kitchen to fairgrounds as their delicious con- fections were sold before they could cool. . Mary McDonald is ^airman of the pantry.which also will have for sale- pickles, relishes, Ruth TaitVfresh mint sauce, and the specialties of numerous housewives... yours is'Welcomed. Donations are requested as well for the plant table - there are never too many to supply the demand .for a variety of house prants, to brighten . windows through the long winter months. Have a surplus of produce in your garden? Feel you can't pickle one more J> j%&°f cucumbers or pack one more jar \of beans? Bring it to the fairgrounds for a 'farmers' market'. Contributions .may be brought to the fairgrounds Saturday morning, Aug. 24 - or anytime. Hours for the fair are from 1 to 8 on Saturday and 10 to 6 on Sunday. All proceeds from the fair, sponsored by the Gouverneur Historical Society, go to the \Museum by 76\ fund. Council Reopens, At Crane Center The Arts and Humanities Council of the St. Lawrence Valley, Inci, has resumed operations after its summer closing. The office will be open mor- nings until September 3rd, at which time it will be manned full-time. The various program services of the council will get under way in Sep- tember. As in the past, the work of North Country artists will be shown in touring exhibitions and there will be aid to local performing groups. The rural arts development pilot project is going .'orward, with a special conference tentatively scheduled for the weekend of September 20th. The annual meeting of the full council will be held the following week. Memberships and gifts are now being accepted for the 1974-75 fiscal year. Requests for programming assistance in the visual and performing arts or for the help of the executive director in planning and implementing arts ac- tivities should be sent to the council office at 207, Bishop Hall, Crane Music Center, SUNY Potsdam. Information to be included in the next issue of the '.monthly newsletter, \North Light,\ should be received at the office by August 27th. For further information, contact Mrs. Gladys Santo, executive director, at the above address. Three Await Sentencing Potsdam — Three Potsdam area men are now awaiting sentencing after they pleaded guilty to drug related charges, Canton zone State Police report. Arrested were Roger Bercume, 21, and Joseph Sipos, 19, who reportedly pleaded guilty to charges of loitering for the purppse of using drugs and John Sipos, age unknown, who reportedly pleaded guilty to a charge of possession of a controlled substance seventh degrees The three were reportedly arraigned before Town of Potsdam Justice Richard Dail,ey after they were arrested in a parked car in, the Nor- wood area. Sentencing is set for Aug., 21. Diet Workshop In Contest, Plans Cookout This is -the last week for Diet Workshop members to enter the Big Weekend contest. Members have been eligible'all summer for the chance of a Big Labor Day Weekend at a nearby resort area. A name will be drawn Tuesday, Aug. 20, and that name will go into a con- tainer for a final drawing on Saturday at area meeting- in Watertown. Last week the members participated in a blender demonstration, using fresh fruits such as bananas, peaches, and apples to make tasty milkshakes for a summertime treat. Several members are nearing their goal. An outdoor cookout is being planned for later in September. Guests are always welcome. Remember, it's in to . be thin. . • o o o o o o o. o o o o o o OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQ QH£LL \the joo&ikStcpoKAim Great...for fashion-minded young America. o o o o o o o o NEW, from the world's fashion centers Snazz & sizzle that's strictly Fall '74! Huge selec- tions that tie, buckle or slip-on. Up-dated classics, exciting casuals .,. all with newest ideas on heels & soles ... and that UNmistakable look & feel of shoes costing much, much more. LEGAL NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE TO BIDDERS In accordance with provisions of Sec. 103 of the General Municipal Law, sealed bids will be received by the Town Board of Stockholm, at the Municipal Building, Winthrop, New York, until 8:30 P.M. on September 10, 1974, at which time they will be publicly opened and read for the furnishing of 150 ton of Salt: Mineral (Crushed Rock) Type A - bulk, delivered . to the Town Garage at Stockholm Center. Delivery to be made no later than twenty-(20) days from bid opening. \ The right to reject any and-or all bids is reserved by the Town Board. ELDIN JONES, Superintendent of Highways Town of Stockholm' Dated: August 14, 1974 PUBLIC NOTICE ST. LAWRENCE COUNTY LOCAL LAW NO. 6 FOR THE YEAR 1974 A local law authorizing the Town Board of the Town of Brasher, County of St. Lawrence, to audit and pay claims in a sum not to exceed $13,300.00 and providing for the financing of payment thereof. BE IT ENACTED by the BOARD OF LEGISLATORS of the COUNTY OF ST. LAWRENCE: Section l. It appears from a petition verified by all the members of the Town Board of the Town of Brasher, St. Lawrence County, it having been filed with the Clerk of the Board of Legislators of said County, that obligations in excess of the amount appropriated in 1973 for the town highway budget have been incurred thru the inadvertence, mistake, error or omission of the town superintendent of highways,§ that the superintendent has 'fur- nished a detailed sworn explanation in writing of the inadvertence, mistake, error or omission and has applied to the Town Board for ad- ditional funds to pay such obligations, and that the Town Board has held a public meeting upon notice, and has voted to ap- prove the presentation of a petition to validate and legalize those obligations incurred by the superintendent of highways to the Board of Legislators. Section 2. The intentional act, mistake, error or omission to be cured is the act of the superin- tendent of highways of the Town of' Brasher of incurring more obligations in the year 1973 than were allowed by the budget adopted by Qie Town Board for that year and that department. The superinr tendent built a section of the Mahoney Road (Project No. 43260) for a distance of 0.50 miles without . sufficient funds having been allocated therefor and for which no state aid had been ..received or authorized. Section 3. The act sought to legalized is: The incurring obligations in the amount $13,252.50 byJlre superintendent, of highways of the Town of\ Brasher over the budget appropriated for the expenditures in the highway department Jor the year 1973. A public hearing on the verified petition was held in the Town of Brasher by a special committee of the Board of Legislators. It is determinedjnat the intentional act of the superintendent of liighways, J Town of Brasher, was not the result\ of fraud. It is determined that ho substantial hardship will result from the acts of the superintendent or from the acts of the Board of Legislators legalizing and validating those acts, notwithstanding the increase in budget, and thus taxes, over the period of retirement of the bond(s). Section 4. The Town Board of the Town of Brasher is hereljy authorized to borrow monies not to exceed the sum of $13,300.00, and to issue its bond(s) for such purpose, with the provision that the maturity of such bond(s) shall not exceed six (6) years from the date of issuance thereof. This borrowing shall become a legal indebtedness of the Town of Brasher to be levied and collected in the usual manner during the term of the bond(s). Section 5. This local law shall take effect upon compliance_with_dthe publications^pfovisiqns^ of Sec. 227 County Law and -Sec. 20 Municipal Home Rule Law. I, Charles V. Fox, Clerk of the Board of Legislators of St. Lawrence County, do hereby certify that I have compared the foregoing Local Law with .the original adopted by the Board of Legislators of St. Lawrence County on August 12, 1974, and that the same is a true copy thereof. Charles V. Fox, Clerk St. Lawrence County Board of Legislators be of of Rescue Squad Holds Training Seminar The Massena Rescue Squad recently held a special seminar in conjunction with its Red Cross course in Advanced First Aid and Emergency Care, now in progress. Ernie' Ladd, owner of Watson's Ambulance Service in Syracuse, was guest instructor. Mr. Ladd, a paramedic for the past twenty-five years, gave instruction in several types of stretchers and their uses, proper use of the'short backboard, and proper examination of injured persons. Mr. Ladd's recounts of his many ex- periences gave rescue squad members valuable pointers which^iave already been put to use in the field. A special afternoon session was held to instruct rescue members in the proper extrication of injured persons fronuwrecked automobiles. A damaged auto donated by Collins. Brothers' ser- vice station made instruction most au- thentic. Special attention was given to the entering of damaged cars .using Porta : Power jacks. Mr. Ladd in- structed the class in the proper placement of backboards and the proper care and handling of victims during extrication. The\ Rescue Squad notes that Mr. Ladd will return this Fall as advanced ERNEST LADD JR., instructor at the recent safety clinic held traiiiinpontinues with thejEmergency^_hy^ theJVIassena_ Rescue Squad^demonstrates the^proper Medical Technician course beginning technique for entering a car before extricating a traffic in September. accidentrvictim. ••-'••.' r, <•'• <> LARRY PAGE AND Robert Pommerville work under the supervision of Ernest Ladd Jr. at recent clinic. The Massena Rescue Squad participated in the seminar to learn the proper methods of extricating ah accident victim from a damaged car. ' f >• •• — ' - Village Fair To Feature Old Time Music -if Hart* Ha ven Shopping Center, Massena, N.Y. OOOOOOOOOOOQOOOOOOOOOOOOO Music will enliven the atmosphere and set toes to tapping at the second annual Marble Village Craft Fair at the Gouverneur fairgrounds Aug. 24 and 25. Old time tunes will be played in in- formal, spontaneous sessions, by Arlie Leonard and friends on guitar, banjo and fiddle. If arrangements can be made for UStJcSSffcSt^t «££ WHILE INSTRUCTOR Ertmt Ladd Jr. looks «pHnt on Tim Brown. Action took place at the will be holding jam sessions under the on, Larry Page and Robert Pommerville set a recent seminar held by the Massena Rescue grandstand. Squad. \Mim'-rvm^ r t r^^amfffffaaeam»m».'nii. li f9r ••

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