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TH1 WaKS WEATHtR THE GOUVERNEUR TRIBUNE-PRESS LOCAL VOLUNTEERS PtEPAM ' Ti W the 1 nlted Kimd, Nrlv Wta- ler» gt>r* ttmtrk on thr 31 PHONES 177 4 178 — P. O. BOX 268 Northern New York's Greatest Weekly GOUVERNEUR, NEW YORK/THURSDAY. OCTOBER 22. l«959 board, the i onununity l'U>rr» }>l»n wiUh<r»lt, the M ild< at* prove theimelvea and M*-n Mtn show up. 16 PASES, 2 SECTIONS **** Price Ten Cents MASON S III f H This Time It's OUR Week . . . •JPHIS Is National Newspaper • Week, the tune ot the year when the nations press -- like other businesses trades and pro- fessions whin their \weeks\ come along >s < verted to find dra- matic ways of • 'mphasi/ing its importance t o the public. Hut despite the tact that the pro- less U>n of jour- nalism renders substantial ser- vice to the peo- ple, the impor- tance of a newspaper to its com- munity can reallv be demonstrat- ed only bv its acceptance. JMo amount ot promotion. Na- tional Newspaper Weeks ov other. is likely to incnase the reader- ship oi\ -tmblic service of the Tribune-P*re*s. tor example, inthe Gouvemeut area For how well we are rea<i m the last analysis. depends purrViiirv on how well we Wildcats Make It Four in a Row; Blank Potsdam Eleven 27-0 Saturday a, By BILL HOLMS The Gouverneur Wildcats chalk- Potsdam 44. the Cats scored from ed up their fourth straight win tor there on 5 running plays aided by a perfect 4 win, no loss record n 15 yard penalt> Marcellus drove on their home grounds Saturday \\y the 43 IMKI Abrantes 1 back to afternoon by a score of 27 to* 0. j back runs to the 33 captured The Cats have now shut out their ! Gouverneur's eighth first down opponents twice and have held Then came the 15 yard penalty them to only 13 poinis while their offense has totaled 105 markers. walked oil\ against Potsdam to their 18 After a running play , that brought no gain Abrantes Gouverneur marched 95 >ards| siwed Qn H 15 >ard endrun Bo b lrom their own live tor their Por!e r flipped to Marcellus for the first score in eleven plavs lafe in the first half. Roger Marcellus do our job. v But Ht the \same lime, it. IS .worthwhile »nd --.worthy of public notice to seize an invasion to point up an important favet ot the news- paper business, if drily because it is in and ol itselt cfcn interesting allair . \ ^.J\ few w«vks a^o. IV Howard R^Lone. chairman-of the ^mirnal- ism department ot Southern Illi- nois I'niversitv m\ited me to con- tribute an article to (in»** Root* Kditor. qiwirterly publicat »On of the National Contei^nce of Week- ly Newspaper Kdiiors. about an intensely interesting newspaper- man whom I had the great Rodd fortune to nv et in the Philippines* o\er three years ago. This boine National Newspaper Week, perhaps it is not inappro- priate to publish the story first in tbese columns. Here it is Calomarde of Cebu \So aJJ ot a sudden I find myself sitting acioss the table from these two old students of mine good boys, too and one of them says. »\*« re sor^y. '.: tjfftortiMiateJy iContrv M on page 6» one of the big carries during the drive going to the 34 ajter a quar- terback sneak pl<*y had gone to the 7. Junior back John Houston, tilling in for Mike Donnelly, who pulled a muscle in a practice ses- sion, drove to ftie 39 Marcellus pushed to the 41 and then carried off tackle to the 45 for a first down. Houston knifed across mid- fiekl to the 49 and Marcellus went to the 47 On a well executed play. Marcedllus then drove to the 14 grabbing Gouverneur's fifth tirst down Abrantes earned on three successive plays climaxed bv his 5 yard end run sweep for a touch- down. Marcellus got the extra extra point giving Gouverneur a 20 to 0 margin. Junior defensive half Wayne Lashbrooks supplied the mustard for the final tally with a nifty in- terception on the Gouverneur 24 and a nifty run back of 27 yards to the Potsdam 40. A Lamar to Marcellus pass went to the 4 and then Marcellus and Houston racked up 3 yards apiece to the 42. Abrantes scrampered 12 vards around right end for a first down to the 30 and got the call two more times tor 23 yards. Atter a five yard loss pushed the line ot scrimmage back to the 35. Marcel- United (Fund Will Seek Contributions From Five Classifications Winters Reinstated On Village Board; Fluoridation Asked m. St l^awrence countv's t'nited \ Fund drive is being c;trne<l «.>n [through live different rlri>Mlu*a- tions. Thomas'Miller evuulive di- rector of the campaign, told ruem- bers ol \(iouverneur l,un« he«>n club last week Wcdnt^dav in hotel. These are Golden Gilts. ' J» eti a> bikini point, driving over lrom »i double j lus smashed to the 12 before a penaltv put the ball half the dis- tance to the goal line at the 6 Houston carried twice to the 3 followed by Lamar s quarterback sneak to paydirt. Porter booted the extra point, boosting the final wing formation. Gouverneur walk- ed off with a 7 to 0 half time lead. In the second half, again Gouv- erneur's defensive forward wall wiped out every Potsdam threat, while the local giidmen rolled to three touchdowns. de pending largely on ground play. The sec- ond touchdown came alter a 70 j - yard march lor the most part by senior fullback Abrantes Mar- cellus started off with a 4 yard j carry to the 34 followed .bv | score to to 0. PROCLAMATION WHEREAS the satety and welfare of the residents of Gouverncur 4s often depen- dent .upon the work of the Abrantes 11 yard run to the 4\v Gouverneur Voluuteer Fire- Houston got the next rail, bucking 1 rnen and. . • . to the 47 and Marcellus to the 50 j before Abrantes took off on an, end run to the Potsdam 38 Three! ; pays later, and atter an incom- i pleted forward f» ass Abrantes [ Ousted his way lrom 30 yards out * fc#r the second six pointer with | | important blocks thrown bv Jim Tremlett and David Gass The point after touchdow n was missed, given the locaj eleven a 13 to 0 lead. \ Gouve>meur racked up its third touchdown on a 43 vard scoring drive, following Roger Narrow's t interceptioj$ of a Potsria^^iss on the 50 >ard Vine. Returning to the WHEREAS many fires are preventable and the need tor awarenes§ of fire hazards is great. I. Ash ton E. Liscum. max or of the village of Gouverneur. do proclaim the week of Octo- ber 25 to 31. Fire Prevention Week, and do urge all resi- dents to cooperate in elim- inating fire hazards, to use in- creased caution to prevent tires and to show apprecia- tion lor the work of the vol- . unteer firemen. ASHTON E. LISCUM. Mayor LIKE MAGIC AND WITCHCRAFT NKAK HALLOW K'KX? The Community l»la>en» prmlur- tion of \Bell. fUxfk and Candle\ Hill pro\ioV them along with laughs this ThurMiav and Suturduy evening at the high M-hool auditorium. >h«n%n in «>n#» of th#» high point* are Mi*s I^oretta Brovwi. Mr*. Charles Davis, Francis P. Hodge and Dwight Union and St. Joe Lead To Resume Negotiations .Nat Travis president of Local No 3701. United' Steel Workers. said today that he expects that negotiations botv\een the St. Jo- seph Lead company at Balmat and Local 3701 will t>r resumed either Thursday or Friday of this week when the federal mediator returns to Gouverneur. According to 'Mr. Travis, little .\»! no progre>> was made last Thursday when thr mediator met with representatives of b groups. • Story of the Week— Our Volunteer Firemen FROM OTTER SPACE? No. ju*t the two **out <rf thi* world\ new Fyi^p^t*Proximity »uit» that frutve rfH'ently br^n »dded to the equipment of th#> <»ouv>rfieur Yolunteer Hrp DefHtrtmfBt. The*e ^ MitU are rruKle of atumifiiz^d ?!»»* doth thut rffte<tv 95^ of th* radiant heat encountered on a rompletety fireproof fabrtr. The *irtt ran be put on in SO Msonds o\er ref-ular firmen> or ordi- nary rlothinff and given totaJ proierti\-e coverac* and enable* the wearer to approach extreme heat *nd *tay there, using ^i* fire firhtinc eqwlpment to it* maumum effertiveoe** The MiiU (te%icried for u»e with all type* of breathing gear. In the picture- from left to right are Stewart ullr>»« h. jr., treaMirer of the fire department: I *aw reme *#ra\-». Kermit JOABAOH, cnief; Robert Bocku» and Stanley Smith, fintt a*(«*taJit chief. Work Continues On School Plans Work on tnr preliminary plans for the. new hi^h M-hool continues this week. Clifloid McCumber, president ol the buard of educa- tion stated today ^ - On \Vedne>d<i\ W. Parker I>odgo. architect, met with Mr. McCumber arxi Robert E. Witt, member of the school board and member of the Planning commit- tee, to study the proposed three story building plan Mr McCumlx-r H'SO stateti that the board hopes than an engineer or an .architect from' Mr. Dodge's office will be able to stay in Gou- verneur for sevtral da>s while the prehminar> plans are being compiled. .The board anticipates that the preliminary p'ans will be completed by November 1. Newsletter, Puppets Projects of Auxiliary Members of the auxiliar> of the Edward John Noble ho>pital wrll be getting news of the activities of the organization first hand when the auxuiary publishes its bi-annual news letter this No\em- ber , In tne letter-will be accounts of the work being done by the auxil* I Church Bells to Ring For Ten Minutes Each Hour on Election Day Six churcn oeils in Gouverneur will ring lor ten minutes, everv hour, on thr hour on .November 3 from morun^ untJ ni£h? This will be the Gouverneur Lions c!ur»\ contribution to better •citi7«?n>rui> t;irouL:h getting out the vote ami bv st mui'atinj; moiv interest in the general election on that dat, The pattern w vt< set in -!V»r>6 when the Lions club of Fairfield. Conn . derided to d<* something about voter apathy and set up the \rirrpng of the bells\. Follow in^ this \example a cap- tain, thr minister and six members of the Lions club will he assigned to each church under the general chairmanship of Clifford Lincoln. Assisting Mr. Lincoln will be Her- bert Hilvard and Joe Canali in Gouverneur and Maynard Jiuiiey in Edwards where the same pro- gram will he earned out. Lions clun rrwembrrs feel that the ring-ms of the bells will re- See ELECTION -Page 6 Eleven Students Join National Honor Society Eleven hieh school students were initiated Friday afternoon into the Gouverneur chapter of the National Honor society in a can- dlelipht ceremony held during as- sembly period. Earning admission to the chap- ter this >ear were Joann B<>no. Jacquelvn Clark. Judith Griffith. Donna Homer. Janpt Pork. L>n- ette Sehanp. Darlene Smith. Al- berta St. Louis James R Trem- lett. Claudia Walrath and Manlvn Woodward- Membership in thr chapter is based on high scholarship, char- acter, service to the tuch school and leadership abilit^*^%d per- formance. Other members of the National TURN BACK CLOCKS Davli^ht Saving Time will .end at 2 am Suiniav morn- , IlesKienis of the aiea aii* reminded to turn back their clocks betoit 1 ivtinng Satur- day night. >n B Winteis was reinstat- a member of the village hv action of the village ! trustees at then meeting Tuesday I evening j Mr. Winters, a board member tor neai 1> six >ears, had resigned hi> oil ice at the September meet- tng to accept an appointment as acting [H»t rn.tster in Gouverneur Hegulation.s do not permit a post- rn.iNier to hold public otlice. However. Mr.. Winters recently >ubmitted his resignation as act- ing |Ni>tnia>ter to the postal auth- orities to become effective on Oc- tobev 16 Although he has not of- licially been relieved of the office bv the postal authorities, he has in tne last trw days again stated his intention to leave the post- master position as soon as he can ! U« relieved ol the responsibilit}. Ftuoridation Present at Tuesday's'meeting was I>J. S H Anderman, iocal 2/S t large ernplov ers and major industries • clarified business (smaller industries ami \retail stores*; >ma)l businesses and professional othces; and ! ev- idential 'homes'of JMTNOMS not feached through the oilier four sections of the drive' Introduced b> Mason Smith, president of the St LmnMp-e Countv United Fund. Mr Miller reviewed reasons lor t-stiihlish- ment ol a United Fund (irgani/ i- tion and outlined the manner in which the drive would ^ con- ducted and the wa> in which the funds would be alloi ited * The I'nited Fund, he SJUCI. s^ks to combiiH* the many tund rriism-; appeals in the area. t(» vue eost<, ve the an nova n<e of separate camj*ai£n>. hi irv^ I the corumunitv together thi«>m:h la shared expt^rience and miike | possible a pledge and iwvioll de- ; duct ion plan. Local Beagles Place High in Field Trial Sun. wind, rain and snovy set the sceru* last Sundav lor . the thud A.K C. Sanction^ B Field tnai ot the Marble City B«»agle club at it> running grounds at Greis Corners. Approximately 50 beagles were entered in th^' event with several local dogs placing high in ihej^t^x Hill -Hillv a>cim*III. own^Tbv 1 Clark Jlitchie captured>frst piai'e ' in the 15\ male stajtc'.\'Ira's Hoar-; ing Sage. oune^t)> Ira Tiemlett. I 1 t(K>k seconjl^m the same class ' Roots Ca^weU and Star Grade, Lady, owned by George Caswell. > i jr.. took second in the 15' and 13*\ ' | class resptH.'tivel>. . | I Judges Jor the event were ! Charles McCai-ger of Watertown' assisted by I>onald Chiton Kugene nat jon- L in teri Fund idea and of the 2 loo com- munities across the countiv who have instituted the plnn He railed attention To the fact that indus- tries seeking new locations w»>rv apt to be attracted more to a com- munity forward thinking enough to have a United Funrl. as a pro- dentist, who reported on the ad- | Mr. Miller spoke ot »h* vantages ot lluondation of public | wide acceptance of tin water supplies in preventing den- tal caries and urged the village board to consider incorporating fluondation into the local .system. Dr. Anderman read an article trom the New York Times on the ; fluondation treatment of watec land explained that the pr&ctfce ; had the approval of fhe^rrfiencarvlKressive community j Medical associatior^Ute American I Dt^ntal as.sociaucffi and World Health association. ; \I kng*«^that there may be lots 1 ot problems in instituting fluon- I am not an administrator and J do not know whether it can be installed without filtration, but I am certain that the matter war- rents invesfgation\. he satd. Dr. Anderman said that he was sure thai there was more dental See A'IMJMiK---Page 6 i L . t ; . o Kitchie I ^a lone Vincent ol of oi lary at the hospital, tips on Jhe Honor Society\ include Ann Ash- items on >ale at the gift shop and . j m0 Rosemary Bevens Sharon notices of activities wheie volun- Bradi^h.\ John W Corwine jr.. teer heip ib ne^d-d as well as : i^^nda \\Dyjfrrt. Alan Griffith names o( the people to get in pames Jackson .Janet Jon«»s C^itb> touch with to ofir? services. lorirfp Kimbail Thorns Mitchell. Marv Siblev. Terrv Thomps<jn.and Copies ol- lijp TJPV*- iftTrr * ill b< sent »n all auxiharv m» mber.- In addition ihe auxiliar> win start-soon to g;\e a Pinkv tnr Puppet 1 to all children who ,are pat»onts in the'hospital Pinky is a hand puppe* dres^-d -in The chf-rrv-colored uniform of the volunteer hospital worker, and w; ] pro\'idc fur. for thr cr.i id wr*iir ir. ber* find eve him something Tc tak^ hnmr from *'ie hospital. The pupp^T^ whicr^ w .\i he- a jr:' t from tr.e auxiliary. w;ii be made bv Margaret Walrath Arthur Randall HeaSs Gouverneur ABC Group ! Arthur Handali ot The ; jville rr*ad was elected prt^si :the Gouverneur Artifin«l ! pr? asvK-iation at The jmoptinc of the oTHhr.i7.fi 1 iCi OcTober 14. in 1h- I O.O.F Workinc with Mr Pumd;^1 1 rV Norman Drummond. via 'o>nt Frfderu-k F I^Vack ?N-»m^r- dent ot Breed- annual •n hrid hall will a -preNi- SeCf - •ow nf neur ed ^. s* r\ f ' Ken 1 > ov* n* >rw, » v. •»- j (iouverneur. i L)oxter and I Wateitown ! Summaries: J3' males First. Hareline San- d> of Andv. owned tj> Joe Kwas- rneski. West Lev den and handled 'by . Nicholos Ciugliemo; second. New parrot Sarnniv. -outied bv I F^au! A kins. Watertown; third. '' A kin's Now Parrot Jo£. owrted bv Paul Akins, Watertown; fourth. New Parrot Billv* owned b> Jake Devito and Paut Akin>. Water- I town\; reserve. Fish Creek Bull. 'owned by K Kind-linger. 13 Females V'anKpps owned hv Harold VanKpps of Sandv Creek and handlt^d by Karl • for Cunningham; second. Star (irade ted ov ned bv (ieorKe Caswell, ur. third. LaRue'> Dus- tv II ow ned bv All red LaH-ur. I>e- F^f-vsTer: fourth. -Canali> Bea, owned hv Jrx> Canaii. ^iouver- fieur and handled bv \^>i<k Kvans. Hesc^fi r\ fKwPtiatchie Step-Rite, ow nod bv Clark- Rilchie, (k>uver- neur 1.' Males Iirsr HJ!1 HTT!v Sam III owned bv Clark Ritchie Gou- VfTueur: seennd. .Iras R<-ariruj S^go iiurn'dli> Ira Tn-mlen (iou- verneur. third. Mart* Pt*u>l Sr**rk bv Mario f'l.vtoiev. ij<>u\er- F'»urth. Redf(K-t ChiPJ'owfi- i Twenty-Five Students Will Participate m iAIfttate Musk Events thvit chur- Tw-entv-five boys and girls from I Gouverneur High school have been I chosen to ^ppear with the All- State Choir Band and Orches- tra in the November clinic to be held in The State College of Ed- iuration m Potsdam, on November 6th and ith.. . Ta> ior. > Briar. Owned Gouverneur. b> h; J«»hn I XX XL ow ned b> - P^iire *<R Those chosen for the Choir which wilr be conducted by Prof. Mary English of Potsdam are James Bishop. .James Jackson. Robert T. Brown. Brent Smith. Charles Hyde. Nancy Ball. Marcia Cat hers and Constance Good- nouch .-, - .Gou\erneur musicians chosen the band which uill be direc- bv Wav ne Camp of Bayshore. 4 si and are Linda Dygert. P,.oscanne ^kmann, Kathleen Bou- let. Alan *Gntfith Beverly Bush, Brenda Bu.sh and Dean Sahsburv The orchestra, which will be conducted b> Howard Koch ot Bayshore. wjll include the follow- ing (iouverneur students: Jtff^t Jones, l.vnette Schane. Bonnie Thvv irrge. N»nc> Crow r>er. Diane Herneim Molly Boulet. Nanc> T> ier. Kathif*en Winters. Nanette Koch and Ciale MacDonald s-Tbp All-S»atr Band. Orchestra and Choir will roFiearse on Friday and Saturdav for a concert which w;ll tin presented to the publK* on Saturdav pvemnp Ail interpsted T/iarorrts »nd friends are invited To attend tras event in wtiich selected tans frr>rr. Northern Ne\* will be heard in a vanetv of \Three hundred corj>orate en- tities in St l^awrence countv sun- port the idea of a I'nited F»ini. They believe in it and in their county's abilitv to operate such a fund successfully\ he emphasr/rd. The 'speaker pointed out that general chaijynan m Gouverne- r is George T. \Cotter whili L. Kraker is in charge of Golden Gifts\ It is trom group, large industries and ir case»* individuals, that th< contributions w,Ul be mad< \These p>eople believe in management and reengni/e the United Fund will pni\ idt efficient management ot itable funds.\ Mr Milie'r deiland. The Big 25 includes the edu* ,J- tional groups < colleges, s<h'»ols and institutions! industries and re- lated organizations^ who employ 68'r of the county's wage earn- ers. Following careful studv of a United Fund organization. 21 of these 25 groups have not only given support to the United Fund but have agreed to conduct 'in school\ or \in plant\ solicitation., Mr. Miller quoted TV Eugene G. Bewkes. president ol St. I ^*w- rence university, as saying, \This is the most common sense thing that has happened in St. l - county. and we at St IA will cooperate with a pavroll de- duction plan Here Mr Miller emphasi/ed tha f many companies which would h^ included in this classification at the present time gave less than the amount allowed under iiM-'mir national tax deduction and some, whose national policy i for giving oai» to the I'nited typ>e of campaign, had gr\pn or nothing locally. Th»-se hi con\TJiced. wojuW now b^ United Fund in e\er> way Frederick G Kuehl ,ha^ narm^d chairman of this grrn^ Nel>on B Winters u* in ciii*:^ of solicit a tions of thv tiHs^r.\^i group which include? and Industrie* employing trom to 149 men was a Of H Miller See United Fund said. cur. tMTKI) to effoi >!r. (T>n'nh»j tl-.ND }'*.: , fary-treastirrr and John >;phcr assi<-Tar f treasurer Named r.r^K d.rec^-rs w?rn S* nr> lev Given of E-iwards J>>hn B^Ji. )T of S;»ra*:'iev ilif and Allen Mr R^ndaH ar.d William (*nf- fl'h will tv dek*£Tnte* to \t'f New j f *or arxi \Mr i^r'irr.rP'tnd and Mr Consider the Amendments ft* >n orx- hundred a^d ter p^-- rd W.jlard U fr,T Af> alurr:- »rr. indu^^r> 8 ^d r^'naid N^ iii'^- rn*n f>**Jdmfirn sppak on it>e fu- •^r* of the dairy cattle t>roedmc books for As '* \mX\ x \c v'-v icr *or the vot- 'T^ \f the G f >U'TTtV*ur HT fH tf^r G<HJv* T rv-:.r TYi*\! ire-Pr*>^ run.* f~e toll»* nil inf-»rrr.a*ion on thf amondrrvr*- f > tx- voted or. n f T r c- TH*- jr.' tTiTiii * )f-r. wa* tt>rrpriic*d h;» •*• r>e i >*cigti< 1 of VV • -men Voter > i*f *%\f*w YOTK Dept. of Motor Vtfcicies lr jrf-iv er i vp. enjc>ys vtrtua! autorji»m«>u« •j of wvhm the \^ fx>mpulvir> msurance law. and Aj*m4n»+ '\ — _, ,_ iT ^ Hortliwoy NhAll Uir , meot io The r*e**<i for broader s*fet> Iproerarris for hip^v*a> traffic, it i* PPJ >P' iNFNTS vay that in view of <i,ro«d\ 7 rerrwrxious and e\ er of IcNurteen ©f im reiatWo to Ne* t — M» MBFR> OF THT. Gd\VntVftTirVOLrvnErft FIRK km fm+ rfAMT^ FV* Cmmri ml) the wht*mk» tmr 4mtrimm- C+m+, Robert Fortmmw T»rW *m4 a«* SmrtX 1»4 iMt HiW PMII i ADDITIONAL CH\IRMFV KOR THF I MTKD USD The toi}<y*-.r.z ai^rtrt cruur 1 ^^^ I for *h* Um^^fJ F'-irid car-pa. sr. b> Arf»?» Co f# e- o* hr mp- M mer tt»a f we j* to the controUmg >f thr* *^\~ . of rv r n H^i of b\ t< at vide the a the unab> to pro- a route trait H ram 9cmirer+fi' ve- prefer .^ in the hick* admini>*rdTior. and trmffK traver r>f f •— * per: ot ^-r^r* oi >i .r 1<»24 ^rv- oi .T^s* «-^Id tw- m.mrrviL iand' mu* # be ratirn-i r»> tr^.ned pfr-nonr*: could br TVi^ a^nendment ifmr^'^rrorfi 'mm the existing Mo- t Norths a> to be •or \*^.xt*% Hur^au tha* cofkfer Faits wi Kee*+\ti)e and a ^^a^a»# y^xmr+.Tyers Mi'as r-*yr+ ti\ar a v ~vta! erf axxi Hairrx M..

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