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Page 2-June, 13,1985-FortCovington Sun-Fort Covington, N. Y. UPON MAIN ST. By Jennie Bartlett WANTED: Community residents to help! clean the Reading Center on Saturday, June 15, at 10:00 am. Please bring rags and buckets. Some last minutes painting also has to be done. Hopefully, the books will be able to be put on the shelves next week. ALSO WANTED: Old photos of Ft. Coving- ton for our Centennial issue in three weeks. Please bring or send photos to the office. They will be put in envelopes so that we can imme- diately send them back to you. Also at the office are the photos requested by Carleen Claudia Smith and Mrs. Marion McElwain. AT SUNDAY'S FAREWELL MASS AND PARTY FOR FATHER MENARD, Fr. Knight told of an event which occured when h£ was a newly ordained priest. It seems that the Bishop and several other priests were gathered in an intellectual discussion when the Bishop asked father, \Now that you've been a priest for , seven months, what do you think of it.\ Father replied that priests were like a pile of manure \when they're all together in one place they don't do much, but when you spread them over the country side, they have a biq effect.\ Kev. Roland Hart, Pastor of St. Francis Xav- ier Church in Redwood and its mission church of St. Theresa of Avilla in Theresa, has been appointed as Pastor of St. Marys of the Fort. CHATTED WITH WEBBIE CHARETTE the other day who is enjoying his retirement although he manages to keep busy. \The sweet difference,\ says Webbie, \is that you can do what you want when you want when your retired.\ We attempted to solve the prob- lems of the world, especially in regard to taxes and foreign imports, but we didn't succeed. THE PRODUCE DEPARTMENT AT Fish's is sporting mangoes this week! \Enjoy said, Mr. Lucian, \it will be the first and probably last time.\ He didn't like them. Oh, the artistic temperment... SORRY! SORRY RETRACTION! Jack Furnia, Jr. received his CFI and CFII aircraft ratings within a very short span of time. Credit is due the abilities of the young pitet and the expert training of Gus Musante. Good Grief, Gus! PARADES, PARADES. The Salmon River American Legion is holding is Annual Parade on July 6th. FISH'S I.G.A.'S ad will be again coming to you in living color from your local Post Office next week.~ (Entringtmt Published and Edited By JENNIE BARTLETT and PATRICIA MUSANTE Advertising Manager:'£D WAGNER Covering the Areas of Fort Covington - Bombay - VVestville - Hogansburg Akwesasne - Constable - Brushton-Moira Phone 358-2437 SUBSCRIPTION RATES: $12.00 a year in Franklin and St. Lawrence Co. $14.00 a year elsewhere in U.S.A. Issued every Thursday by the Fort Covington Sun, Inc at its office on Chateaugay Street, Fort Covingtcn. N.Y Entered a.t the post office at Fort Covington, N.Y. 12937 as second class matter >'ryy///. i y////////*v.**tt^ CONGRATULATIONS TO MARY JO ST. HILAIRE of Bombay who was named te the President's List at Mater Dei College during the spring semester. Presidential scholars must have at least a 3.8 Q.P.I. FIFTEEN MEMBERS OF THE WEST- VILLE HOMEMAKERS met at Brockway's Restaurant on May 14 for their Annual Spring Banquet. Mrs. Melvina Bennor was named Woman of the Year $nd presented with a gift. MRS. ELMER (JEAN) BROCKWAY, former Fort Covington resident, celebrated her 96th Birthday on June 9th. Her daughter, Mrs. Thomas (Isabelle) Herbert, also of Mat- tydale, N.Y., writes that except for arthritis, her mother is quite well. MR. AND MRS. CHESTER (MARJORIE BUSHEY) BUJANOWSKI of Browns Mills, New Jersey, are in the area visiting her family. WE ARE GLAD TO HEAR that Erwin Phil- lips is no longer in Intensive Care, however, he is still hospitalized in Syracuse. Get well wishes are also extended to Mrs. Wayne (Cecille) McElwain. MRS. JOSEPHINE SOUTHWICK, for- merly of Rt. 1, Bombay, and presently residing in Canastota, N.Y. is touring Italy for ten days with her daughter, Martha. They play to join Mrs. Southwick's other daughter, Sister Roberta, a Franciscan Sister of the Atone- ment, who is stationed in a town near Rome. THANKS TO MIKE MAYVILLE, now in Houston, Texas, who writes, \It sure is good to be getting THE SUN again! It's almost like coming home!!\ PHIL TRUDEAU HAD BETTER believe I am a witch. I'll bet he didn't play golf Wednes- day morning. CONGRATULATIONS TO DON DUFAULT for being named SRCS's Teacher of the Year. SPECIAL'THANKS to Dennis Elliott, you ought to be on our payroll. About Marijuana Letters to the Editor ... Dear Editor: We Awere invited to the Honor Society Banquet by our granddaughter, Marcella, and enjoyed every part of the even- W made is at the school thanks to all tfiat possible. People should have Been ing. We hadnothing but admi- ihere to honor the pupils who ration for the cafeteria staff for work very hard to receive these the dinner they put on and the gracious way it was served. The place for these banquets honors and not to criticize. John and Georgette Lauzon Invitation By Jerry LaPage Have many people told you that marijuana is a legal drug? If they did, I hope you didn't believe them. All forms of mari- juana are illegal. Marijuana is a preparation made from the female Indian hemp plant. It is called \Canna- bis Sativa.\ It has lots of differ- ent names - pot, grass, tea, Mary Jane. Cannabis Sativa requires a mild climate in which to grow. It's found in many countries. The active ingredient is THC. Mar ij uana is generally smoked in the form of a home- made cigarette called a \joint\ or a \reefer\. So many people in the world are using drugs for these rea- sons: (1) Peer pressures, (2) To be cool, or (3) Because you can't stop. Many organizations strive to stop this like: The Partridge House, ask for Jeff or Carol at 2272; the Crisis Center 483-0000; Drug Counseling 483-6767, ask for Bob Eckert. In our health class we have had many speakers come to us and talk about drugs. Some study drugs and some have used drugs. Every person that came and talked to us warned us about drugs. Clinical Pastoral* Education The Pastoral Outreach Cen- ter ha.s begun a summer pro- gram of Clinical Pastoral Education. This course in ministry will run until Aug. 16. During these 11 weeks the chaplains will visit people in this area in hospitals, nursing homes and private homes. They will also spend time each day in the Burke and Malone Adult Centers. A short introduction of these students for ministry follows: Sr. Eileen Barry, CSJ, is from Syracuse. She will be living with Kathleen O'Leary and visiting in the Malone area. Steve Herbert is from Pen nsylvania. He is studying at Seabury Episcopal Seminary in Evanston, 111. He is living with the Rev. David Langdon at St. Mark's. He will be visiting in the Malone area. Patti Matthews is from North Carolina. She is studying at Seabury Theological School. She is living with Evelyn Wad Lunch ^ e P ]ri Burke and will visit in that June 17-19 area Monday—Pizzaroni, bread Ka V Steddom is from Cali- and butter/peanut butter fornia - He 1S studying at Prin- sand., corn, fruit, whole/skim ceton Theological School in milk. New Jersey. She is living with Tuesday—Picnic lunch., Raida and Stuart Child and will juice, cold meat sand., chips, be visiting in the Malone area, fruit, whole/skim milk. \ We are happy to welcome Wednesday—Juice, cold these chaplains to North meat sand., chips, fruit, who- Franklm County. We hope ie/skim milk. Last day for their sta V with us i s enriching, lunch. both for themselves and the people they meet in their minis Fifth grade moving up day. X J* : \ !? id Sr ' (^ F |j( nn ' Pas toral Outreach Coordinator. How To Pindl The Sun Ft. Covington Moira The children of Stewart and Melvina Bennor request the pleasure of your com- pany at a reception to cele- brate the 25th Anniversary of their parents on Sunday, June 23, 1985 at 2:00 p. m. until 6:00 p. m. which will be held at the home of Ronald and Sherry Osterling in South Bombay, Cooks Comer Rd. Some invitations have been sent but all friends and relatives are invited. SRCS Menus Breakfast June 17-19 Monday — Orange juice, cereal, toast, milk, Tuesday—Assorted juice, muffins, butter, milk. Wednesday—Last day for breakfast—Juice, waffles, but- ter/syrup, milk. Dedication Adult Menu On Sunday, June 9, 1985, at the morning worship service of the Fort Covington Presbyter- ian Church, a memorial cabinet and safe, given by the family of Ronald Holden, was dedicated in his memory by Rev. Jack Wells, former pastor of the church. Many family members and friends were in attendance. The Sacrament of Holy Communion was observed and musical selections were ren- dered by Mrs. Judy Winters and Richard Avery during the hour of worship. Don McKen- zie was organist. June 17-21 M o n d a y — Hamburg go u - lash, broccoli, tossed salad, fruit pudding. Tuesday Turkey, mash- ed potatoes, -brocroli, carrot cake. Wednesday — Pot roast beef, boiled potato, buttered carrots, sherbert, \cookie. Thursday--Veal parmasen, spaghetti, tossed salad, Italian breack apple crisp. Fish's IG A Mainville's Market General Store Bombay Collette's Taiilefer's Tru-Stich Country Corner Hogansburg Harry's IGA Bear's Den Cultural Center Mitchell's Rooseveltown Buddy's Truck Stop Hammill's Helena King's Brushton Bolster's IGA .Andrews Malone Great American K-MartShop.Ctr. Kinney Drugs K-MartShop.Qr. DowntoWn Malone Westville Patten's Riley's Bernard Fleurys* Gillmans Constable Taillon's When racing at top speed, the jack rabbit bounds, or broadjumps, up to fifteen feet. Gray's Or at our Main Office in Ft. Covington

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