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nd Technical clinical ex- ish their first t: Mrs. June Mrs. superin- Vining, Drug'photo) I • *>v UNE PRE ERNEUR GOUV Greatest Weeklu VOL 85 NO. 34 — GOUVERNEUR N. Y WEDNESDAY, APRIL 26, 1972 22 PAGES, 2 SECTIONS ^-Fifteen Cents COMPLETE PLANS FOR HOSPITAL BALL — Co-Chairmtn Mrs. Diane Ok on, left, and Mrs. Barbara Perfetto, are shown as they complete plans for the Hospital Auxiliary dance, \The Arts Ball/' to be held at the Elks Club May A. Tickets are available from' any member of the auxiliary or at the door. The public is rnvited to at- tend. Plans being finalized for Hospital 'Arts Ball' The final preparations for \The Arts Ball\ May 6, at the Elks Club to benefit the E.J Noble Hospital Auxiliary are going ,weU, according to Mrs. Robert Okon, Chairman. The main area of activity is decorating, which revolves around a pop art theme. Mr and Mrs Terranoe Williamson, and Mr and Mrs. Roger La Pierre, chairmen, are holding weekly work parties to complete the centerpieces and mobiles. Mrs. Robert Donnelly and Mrs. David Donohue are in charge of the midnight buffet. Their committee members Joan Scott, Joan Todd, Carol Hughto, Mavis Shaw, Jill Burgess, Mildred Pickard, Grace Gates, Muriel Snyder. Elaine Hotis, Chris Sube, Carrie Porter, Sue Lyons, and Jeannette Boulais will prepare salads and relishes for the buffet The Art Sale at the St. Lawrence National Bank on May 4 and 5 is being well supported by area artists, said Mrs. Ruth Graves, chairman, Anyone wishing to exhibit for the* sale shouJd contact Mrs. Graves, 287- 3104 A percentage of the sale price is being donated to the Hospital Auxiliary and entries must be at the bank community room May 3. Cubs and Webelos receive awards The \following awards were presented to Cub and Webelo Scouts of Pack 21 at the March 2a meeting at the Methodist Church: Wolf badge, Ronald Young; Wolf and Gold arrow, Roderick Watson, George Wells. Bear badge and Gold arrow. John Scozzafava. Nicky Pistolesi, Shawn Roberts; Silver arrows, Matthew Tessmer, John Scoz- zafava. Scott Raven, Randy Slate (2K Hank Hooper. Fred Sim- mons, Shawn Roberts (2;. An- drew Perry. Stanley Orford, Martin Serviss; Denner. Hank Hooper, William von Colin, Mark Clots. Sean Hurley. Mark An- derson; Assistant Denner. Fred Simmons. John Scozzafava. Scott Carpenter, Gordon Walrath; One Year Pin. Thomas Cummings Webelos awards Aquanaut and Outdoorsman. Maurice Roh- de Bruce Burke. Theodore Travis. Michael Burgess Donald Manning. Robert Hanratty. William Hayden. Mark Sherry. David Bishop Steven Winters, Randy Know 1 ton Mark Brun- dage. Richard Whitmorc and Ben Anderson; Aquanaut. Michael Fuller, Joseph Weekes; Outdoorsman, Richard McLean, Roger Sadler. James Spencer, Thomas Harrington, Dale Stowell and Kurtis Wells Canton ATC Alumni Day The Alumni Association of Canton ATC will be holding its annual Alumni Day. Saturday, May 6. at the college - Members of the Class of 1922 will be celebrating their 50th reunion Also returning after 25 years will be the class of 1947 Day-long activities, displays, tours and the annual dinner - dance will highlight the reunion Reservations have already been received from several members of ATC $ first graduating class of 1909 The Aiumni Association urges all Canton ATC Alumni to join them on May 6th Reservations should \be mailed to Mrs Mary VanHyning or phoned to her at 386-7205 Senior High Spring Concert to be held Thursday evening Members of the Senior Or chestra Choir and Band will present their Annual Spring Concert Tbun — April 27 at 7 30 P m in the auditorium at Gouverneur High School Two very important mui)c •wards viQ be announced during the Coocert the Join Phillip Scuta National Band Award and ttx National School Orchestra Award NSOA The** awards are presented tt> a member of Baud and Orchestra who has tt date contributed ibe most to fan or her The Sousa Award ES sponsored by Mr lUno Pistoles wtuk the NSOA award * g>w met year fee memory of the late Chariots* Ant Wairfttfc Tbe Orchestra Hinder the djxectroc j»f Mrs Marylou Johnson will perform Symphony Antique 1 Andante. 2 Allegro; Dream of a Lifetime and Fiddler on the Roof Tt»« Band will be conducted by Mr Charles Raima tier and will present Bravura Death Jr Transfiguration Pachinko and Symphonic Suite Stage Band under the direction of Mr Charles Paimaoer will perform Misty Brazilian Fantasy Take Three and Tribute to Bas* Mr* Marrkxj Johnson will conduct the Choir m its per* forcr*a»ce of AD About The Blues Haiteiujah D«y Eleanor R;gfcy Blessed Are You Adj^uhM and A Mighty Fortrtas is COT God Tfocrt wiB be^nc charge for ftdxaooc but a silver coflectkr, w-Jj be lakec during interrm Auxiliary plans membership drive • The Auxiliary of the old wooden VanDuzee Hospital ia Gouver- neur was reactivated in Jure 1950 to coincide with the opening of<he modern Edward John Noble Hospital More than 300 members joined the Auxiliary* at an initial meeting in July 1950, and remained active during that first year The auxiliary helped equip the hospital nursery, landscaped the hospital grounds, began a patient aid fund and a baby alumni, operated a snack bar, paid off a $5,000 bank note and gave $2,000 more for discretionary use of the hospital trustees. During the 22 intervening years the Auxiliary's projects have included providing curtains throughout the building, buying furnishings for the pediartric ward, operating a gift shop and television service, purchasing breathing machines, wheel chairs, expensive rehabilitation beds, infant «* resuscitators, nursery isolette and furnishings for the new Kinney Nursing Home Two of the principal fund raising efforts to support the Auxiliary's services are scheduled for May the annual membership drive, and the May 6 Arts Ball. The membership drive, the first in nearly two years, will be conducted house to house during the first two weeks of May. Co-captains Mrs. Andrew C. Dickson and Mrs. Mildred Hayden have announced the names of village and rural captains who will direct the drive. Captains for the village are Donna Haenlin, Eulie Burke, Louise Hardy, Joyce Moses, Mary Douglass, Louise Appleby, Edith Harron. Bessie Dal ton, Barbara Sampson. Pearl Levison, Shirley Phillips, Dolly Whitton and Alice Vanlderstyne. Rural area captains are Mary Ann Tuohy, Elizabeth Swem, Wilabel Johnson, Lillian Boni, Florence Halford, Winifred Davis, Marion Peck, Charlotte Austin. Dorothy Alton. Helen Colvin. Merris Leeson, Mrs. Kenneth Porter, Mrs. Ben Barker,\ Emily Seaker, Jane Gravjes, Vivian Fullington, Mrs. George Erdman, Linda Love, Nancy Cappelhno. Connie Smith, >trs Roy Kellogg, Mary Lou Twining, Alyce Westurn, Jane Randall, Margaret Storrin, and for the hospital staff Margaret MacTark Active and inactive members are being sought to support the Auxiliary's work. The. Auxiliary this year took on the added responsibility of ser- ving the Kinney Nursing Home. *'Active volunteers are especially needed for this work\ Mrs Hayden and Mrs. Dickson said Don't forget to set your clocks ahead AN services in the Gouverneur Churches will be held one hour earlier this Sunday, April 30. Why? Because daylight saving time goes into effect that day. You don't have to stay up until 2 a.m. — just set your clocks ahead one hour before retiring. Daylight Savings Time will continue until the last Sunday in October. Designs for logo still being sought There have been no entries in the contest for the design of a distinctive emblem, or logo, for the Village of Gouverneur. ac- cording to an announcement by Frank Breitenbach, assistant engineer, for the Village. All residents are invited to submit designs Entries are to be mailed or delivered to the office of the Village administrator by Friday, April 28. It is requested that entries not be folded. Designs should be submitted in final form, not sketches, on 8\ x 10\ paper, in color, on a white background They must be ac- companied by a written text which explains the symbology of the design and the manner in which it represents the Village of Gouverneur. $ *• • tf All entries will be evaluated by the Mayor and Village Board of Trustees on May 1. Entries .selected will be displayed in the lobby of the Municipal Building from May 2-5. During this period all residents of the Village of Gouverneur are invited to judge the entries and vote for the one considered most appropriate. Ballots will be available at the office of the Village Clerk The winning entry will be announced Mav 8 •i\\ *© WEATHER H L Moist. Tuesday 57 28 .00 Wednesday _.. 56 37 .07 Thursday 51 35 .03 Friday 50 30 .00 Saturday 56 -27 .00 Sunday 50 ., 36 .09 Monday 47 34 .02 REPRESENTATIVES of winning troops in th« Oswegatchie District, Boy Scout Handbook Rally April 15th at Gouverneur High School auditorium are shown with Commissioner A J (Red) Mar chione left Others are : Scoutmaster Ross Hudson and Scott Hudson, Troop 22; Scoutmaster Michael Marchtone and David Raymo, Troop 80; Scoutmaster Charles Klink and Mikkel Hansen Troop 21; Franklyn Scofel, and Scoutmaster Charles Me Adams, Troop 75, Troop 21 was rally winner with Troop SO in second place and Troops 75 and 22 tied for third . , (Kinney Dr g photo) WINNERS •* f*t *9*t comprtrtrvt rnwts dvrmf Sarwrday't HamaUjssh HaNy among Ottrxrt Bey Icotrt Troops w*r* r+pr* >»yrt»d at rtboon »ri«#rrta*»o* bv m«# Scovn F j-r Ew-»c© Mcti, T-oop 71 Knot Jyrwf w»r»f>er ieff^v Wt-ost*' ComMis Rtiav Oftr<t Troo» T^Map Trooe T ar*d Rt^av Tomm, Buboess 4; Three Gouverneur men named to Board of Directors of- St. Lawrence National Bank Three prominent GoiTverneur men have been named to the Board of Directors of The St Lawrence National Bank, Canton, New York, according to an announcement by Edwin J. Lyons, president of the bank Joseph F McAllaster. Jack Scott and Charles H Anthony have been associated for many y£ars with >the Bank of Gouverneur which was merged into The St Lawrence National Bank in March. 1972 ...Joseph F McAllaster served as president ol the Bank of Gouverneur from 1948 until 1969 when he w as elected chairman of the board, a post he held until the merger with The St. Lawrence National Bank He had been a director of the bank since 1939. succeedmg his father, who had served as a member of the board since 1911 Elected vice president of the bank in 1940. he became active in its management in 1948 Prior to assuming the presidency of the bank Mr McAllaster had for 26 years been a partner and general manager of J E McAllaster and Sons, and since his retirement from the bank has been associated with his son. Joseph E McAllaster in the operation of J E McAllaster Oil Company. He is an alumnus of Si. Lawrence University. President and trustee of North Country ^Hospitals. Mr. McAllaster is also a trustee of Edward John Noble Hospital. Gouverneur. a director of .New York Business Development Corporation, past president of the Gouverneur School Board, and a former member of the Gouverneur Village Board. Art Show : plans complete Ken Cutway. Sonya Dill, Ruth Graves, Dorothy Williamson. Betty Haenel. and Elizabeth Gleason and her students are among the local artists who are planning to exhibit at the Hospital Auxiliar\ A Art Sale May 4 and r». Several other locaj and St. Lawrence County Artists are being contacted and are expected to join in the exhibit Whether contacted or not. any area artists are welcome to bring their paintings to the Community Room of the St. Lawrence County Bank in Gouverneur Wednesday, May 3, between 10 am *nd 4 p.m so that the exhibit can be set up Mrs Ruth Graves is chairman of the benefit exhibit. Co- chairmen are Mrs Haenel and Mrs Williamson Artists should place a card with their name and the name anc^saie price of the art work on the back of each piece The Hospital Auxiliary will receive r> per cent of the sale price of paintings that are sold. Proceeds from the sale h will help the Auxiliary with its services for the Gouverneur Edward John Noble Hospital and Kinney Nursing Home The art sale is a special event planned as a prelude to the May 6 Arts Ball, the annual Spring ball sponsored by the Hospital Auxiliary for the benefit of the hospital and nursing home The Hospital Auxiliary will receive 15 per cent of the sale price of the paintings that are sold Proceeds will help the Auxiliary with its services lot the Gouverneur Edward John Noble Hospital and the Kinney Nursing Home Artists are requested to put on the back of the painting their name the name and price of the painting and the medium used by the artist Ail unsold paintings must be picked up by noon Saturday May b to make way for another event scheduled at the Banks Com- munitN Room Public relations * expert to conduct workshop locally •Atwo-da> workshop to improve corr.rr.-r;:> - school re.a:;or.s *.ii be conducted c> • Set H-t^. outstar.s:r.2 public re.at.or.s expert Ma ; 2-3 at Gouverneur Central H.gr School cafeteria The workshop ope' to aii chief school a err,, rostra tors .and pr.nc.paiS j; ihe f ^ree county area of Jeffenson Lewis and St La«Ter.ce :s being sponsored t>\ Or.:ar.o-Eas; Reg.or.a. P.anr.ing Offices of Watertowr. and Pot- sdarr. Jr.ciuded ir. the t*:-da> «*oritsr>&p »-.!! be *r>er. p u $\ c re.a::or.s first start d-r.r.g reflations impass fact find.r.g ieg:s:at:ve netrc.gs Strikes and after neg-.uat.ons Atet to c* reverb -*.'.i :* CTISA Comrr. jr. «ca i^ocs ^*t .-cr re** ' € to !>u«-5cboo5 a-0CiO«-,:.s sr^oent tssje? :ea:n«<r firs^ &&&*.*. t r^rr.yr eoncro. ere A roast t**f d.rj-er wr2 be 8*rred tr the zMicer* at f X p T. or Tje»da> Ma;. 2 Cost d -.'J t* » X Mr and Mrs McAllaster. the banking institution in Gouver- / n former Virginia Sprague, have -three children — MrS Richard M iJean) Baker.-*Jr, of Por- tland. Maine; Joseph E of Gouverneur; and Archie F of Southport. Connecticut Mr Scott, a native of Fowler, joined the staff of the Bank of Gouverneur in 1949, was elected assistant vice president in 1951. a director in 1960, vice president in 1966 and president in 1969 Since the merger, Mr Scott has served as Senior Vice President of The St Lawrence National Bank and manager of the Gouverneur Office Prior tO'Coming with the Bank of Gouverneur. he was a plant manager for the Gulf Oil Corporation, served in the Pacific Theatre during World War II and presently 1 holds a commission as Lieutenant Colonel in the U.S. Army Reserves Verv active in civic neur which became the Bank of Gouverneur in 187S. with the first Mr Anthony as president. His son. Charles Herbert Anthony, served as a director of the bank until his death in 1912. and the present Charles Anthony was elected to the board in 1937. He continued to serve in this capacity until merger this year with The St Lawrence National Bank . .Mr Anthony attended schools in Gouverneur. graduated from Hamilton College in 1926, was employed on the e<litorial staff of the Watertown Daily Times, then joined the staff of the First Trust and Deposit Company of Syracuse He retired in 1968 as vice president and sales manager of the Belt-Rope Supply Company of Syracuse, where he presently lives Mr. Anthony and his wife, the former Harriett Millen of affairs, he* is Chairman of the Syracuse, spend their summer Board of Trustees of both Ed- \ ward John Noble Hospital. Gouverneur, and the Harold and Mary Kinney Nursing Home; is treasurer of North Country Hospitals; chairman' of the Gouverneur Salvation Army Unit; and holds memberships and directorships in many other local organizations Married to the former Arlouine Tallman. they have one daughter. Jane, who is a high school senior Charles H. Anthony, a native of Gouverneur. is the grandson of months at their home at Oak Point on the St Lawrence River. They have two daughters, Mrs. Clark A Griffiths of Lebanon, New Hampshire, and Mrs. Pieter L Verbeck of Darien, Con- necticut The St Lawrence National Bank maintains its main office in Canton, and in addition to its new branch office in Gouverneur, has offices in Ogdensburg, Potsdam, Norwood. Madrid, Heuvelton, Star Lake. Edwards and Harnsville and plans to open a the founder in 1860 of Charles wTuni-branch in Potsdam in the Anthony & Company, the fir#j^ear future. C or C annual meeting banquet tonight Five 'directors will be elected for three year terms at the 64th annual meeting and banquet of .Gouverneur Chamber of Com- merce to be held at the Elks Club tonight at 7.00 pjn Nominees are Anthony Cavallaro. Fred Easton, Peter Hilts. Ray Mallette. Bud Paige, James Pearson, George Ramsey. Hilhard Seaker. Merton VanSant and Joseph Weekes. The five candidates receiving the largest number of votes will succeed the following retiring directors. Msgr. Robert J McCarthy, Emerson Orford, Mario Pistolesi. Jack Scott, and Robert Witt. . . Members of the Gouverneur Luncheon. Rotary, Lions and Business Women's Clubs will compete for an attendance award of $25.00 to be given to the club with the highest percentage of active memoers present. ' The general puW IC is welcome to attend Tickets will be available at the door at $5 00 each. Nelson B Winters, chamber secretary said today Dr Thomas M Barrirjgton, president of State University College. Potsdam, will deliver the principal address For the nineteenth time the chamber will honor one of its members for loyalty and devotion to the chamber over a period of years. Last year, Jack Ruderman received the Julius Baftlett award. - . .. To residents of Gouverneur Fire District The Gouverneur Fire Department has requested that for fire calls you dial 287- 2350. While the fire department can be reached by dialing the operator, you reach a long distance operator in Water- town when you dial O. She in turn notifies the Jefferson County Fire Control who in turn notifies the St. Lawrence Fire Control which notifies the Gouverneur Fire Dtpt. This can cost valuable time, and can result, too, in an error in directions. So. please dial 287-2050, if possible, when reporting a fire REV AND MRS DONALD FRENCH AND CHILDREN Presbyterian pastor leaves Gouverneur The Reverend and Mrs Donaid S French And daughters Amy and lona were Lhe guests of ihonor at a farweli dinner in Lr* •dvorcfc dining roorr. at First 'Presbyterian Church on Tuesday evening April Jl . » Mrs Sterling Ta:t presided 'over the evening feskvifoet 5h€** caTied upor. S*OG*ignor Ro6en McCarthy who represented the Gouveraeur Ckencv* He outlined tfw coatr.tKJtion erf Ur and Mrs French :o the ctnjrcfc and to tne corini'arjty and ej^je—ei£ Mp- precjtxx to iherr. oc behalf af the eiergv and COCUE dairy Dtv>d I>iii as a meaner erf *J>e of the ctrjrcfc tfcasied Mr French for his muustry in Gouverneur Gifts were presented to the French family Mrs Vivian S:ver church organist and choir director ied corr.mur.ity singing and the children s choir sang Mr and Mrs French spoke coocerning their four years of ministry and penonau interest ic the convmunity Rev and Mrs French were the £-jests 0/ nooor a: a farevei] Luocheop. £ver ty the Gouver- oeksr Oencus at the Roma Besuurant or Monda> AprJ 10 Their gift to Mr Freoct «s a concr.-orjor «m« for taking to »ck ar>d shut-in*

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