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the barbtuue al at the loto — V Keuss » ; Howe Perry and Aug 15 supper and Mrs. Glenn Carroll Day have laughter, born to harles Day, Aug. 6 ina Lynn, she 12 l 2 ozs. s. Glenn Strecter last week on Mr. Richard Clark, leir houseboat at e. Price, Francis oro, were Aug 14 of Mr. and Mrs. and girls. Callers ling were Mr. and Uler and family. AT. and Mrs. Glen irds. i. Clay Boney of ailed Aug. 15 on Fames Fuller and SIS innis JST 19, 1973 eptember 23- - Think twice ing an irra- on; you may to a corner if iken. Be firm where your mcerned. [October 23- 21] — Your !^nd under- ture is most to one less te willing to time for a ause. Ill's\ [No- )ecember 21 ] ot to mislead element of evails which imunications ?fullv before N fDecem- iry 20] — Be • some back se who don't ur activities, ct must be e firm with cms [January 19] — A new can be quite' so for new change the trip is out of do some re- the home ebruary 20- our chances our circle of tanding You t interesting sure to look Go on a e E $21.95 ' $19.95 $2195 CHARGES .RY 2S7-2S* iii- Gouverneur Tribune Press Northern New York's Greatest Weekly VOL 86 NO. 52 — GOUVERNEUR. N. Y New traffic light slated for village WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 29. 1973 16 PAGES, 2 SECTIONS — Fifteen CenU Ilv KONALII Mi'KF.YMOLDS The erection of a new traffic light in the village has been announced at the Monday. Aug 27, meeting of the village board Mayor Anthony Pashzzo read a report from the New York State Department of Transportation which stated that thai body has okayed the installation of. a traffic light at the intersection of Hailesboro Street, Johnstown Street and West Main Street in Ihe village of Gouverneur The request tor approval of a Iraffic light at Depot Street and East Main was denied with a recommendation that two trees be removed, thus eliminating a safety hazard, he said * The board agreed to in vestigate the tree problem A motion was made and ap '^* proved to allow the (iouverneur :\- Urban Renewal Agency to pursue v i a capital grant application in the :\'•' amount of $18,437 reimbursement ; j as final payment for the urban • x 'f. jrenewal project in Gouverneur ,r - * Federal revenue sharing 1 allocations were announced as \ follows: $5,000 tor the library; :,•?\* $3,000 for health which is • * suggested as going to the Rescue • f Squad. $5,400 for recreation *\ . (resurfacing of the hockey rink at Mills Park'. $5,000 toward transmission distribution. Local lawyer seeks Town Justice post • : Attorney. Terr\ O'Donnell. of h. ihe Rock Island Road. Gouver- neur has filed an Independent ^ Nominating Petition fur the office oi Gouverneur Tuwn Justice with the Board of Elections in Canton r His name will appear on the / , ballot for the now vacant post as an Independent Candidate in the upcoming November 6th elec- tions •' In a statement to this paper. i - Mr O'Donnell said in the course I'- of my law practice. I have had '. frequent occasion to appear in ; * the various Town Justice Courts of the surrounding towns in Jefferson. Lewis .and S' \ Lawrence Counties, in both civil and criminal proceedings, as well : X as in Jhe County. Supreme. Surrogate and Family Courts I • am famriiar with the procedure . used m Town Justice Court.-as /\ . well as the various statutes in- volved, and I believe that I am qualified to serve the people of • the Town of Gouverneur as Town /:? Justice \ •:-' Mr O'Donnell is a graduate of •U . Notre Dame University and the Syracuse University College oi Law He is a partner in the local law hrm of Nelson Nelson & ? , O'Donnell He resides on the . former Lawrence Dusharm farm with his wile Mary, and sons. Kellv and Michael specifically lire hydrant replacement . $f>,200 toward transportation (Line lilt truck . $15,000 lor environmental protection (sanitary landtilh, $4,000 lor police <automobile >, and $5,231 for streets The total federal revenue sharing figure was put at $47,831 A report I rum villagft^ittorney 'Robert Leader was relui as to the structural definition *of the Thomas Miller home at 70 Kast Barney St in Gouverneur According to the letter, the residence uas defined as non- mobile due to several factors outlined to the board which requested a further msp«vtion and clarification li uas also disclosed that the village landfill uould be closed later this year alter which time waste would be deposited in a town-provided site The work week lor public •Works and water plant workers was recommended-as beginning on Monday instead of Saturday, as heretofore used for deter mining a 40-hour work week and overtime The work week for police would remain on a Saturday to Friday basis Both recommendations were approved The proposed d«»g ordinance lor the village <>l (iouverneur came under discussion and the board approved holding a -special .election as -soon TTS—\possible citing that a public hearing has already been held in the subject and emphasizing Miat the public should have a vote on the matter The date of the special election will bv announced later, and tne board approved further con- sultation with the village at- torney on the matter ( Continued on page 2 > Farmers' Market to open earlier By popular demand, the far- mers\ market will open tomorrow at 10 am The open air market at Hailesboro continues to draw .record numbers of buyers and sellers In addition to fresh fruits * and vegetables, there have been a variety of bread, cookies. pickles, molasses preserves. hand made articles and dolls, and last week for the first time, eggs Sponsored by the Neighborhood center, the market is managed by Muriel Snyder and Kate Fuller It you have something to sell, and would like space, they would appreciate it if you would give them a call; Mrs Snyder at 287 3:152 and Mrs Fuller \at 287-0434 The market, at Phelps I'sed Furniture Store, has been scheduled to remain open untrl 5 p m . but to da<e nearly rwry'time has\t»een M»M before then Tents lor shade haw been generously provided b\ Sprauue Funeral ffume and Burr-Green funeral H<»m>\ DON V COMIM) Compo declines nomination y The following statement was given to the Tribune Press \esterday afternoon by Donald 'As a res'ilt of recent in- terpretations of County Law and Judicial opinions. 1 have no choice but to decline the in ilepender* nomination for County Legislav from District 11 Although it is possible tor me to . run tor both Town Supervisor and Count\ Legislator, should I be elected to both there is a etiance tha' I would be dt ued one . position or the other Apparently no official ruling will be forthcoming until after the ' election and should a judge rule at that time that the two positions cannot be held simultaneously, those votes cast for one of the positions would be futile. J will not under any cir- cumstance place ihe people of this Town or County District in a position that would disin- lranchsie their vote. J thank the people who cir- culated independent petitions on my behalf and over 100 people who signed them These efforts were not in vain if they at least bring the problem of an am- biguous County Law (Section 411 > to the attention of the new Board of Legislators who will have the power to pass legislation to allow or not allow the holding of both positions ' Compo. who lost his party's bid earlier to run if or county- legislator had filed an in- dependent petition last week to run lor the post although he won the party support in caucus on -Miii 20 to run for town super- visor Yesterday. August 28. was the deadline tor accepting or declining nominations tor the forthcoming election \ olunteers needed for People's Place All adults in the (iouverneur area who would be interested in working as volunteers lor the People s Place, are asked Jo contact Gary Murphy, during <»pera*ing hours at the Veople> Place cTt 287 9R.ifi r The People's Place is in need of a desk Anyone interested in (Inna'ing a desk ma\ contact the* Coordinator a' 287-9R55 'Marble Village Days' Craft Fair attracts visitors from North Marble Village Craft Fair added over $1 100 to the * Iouverneur museum fund and pt o\ ided visitors from \throughout the north country as Mell as out of state with two days oi exhibits and demonstrations of outstanding quality Krltranee tickets purchased numbered approximately 540. but observance of the crowds on both days would indicate an at- tendance of probably double that On Saturday, a number of the craftsmen were able to demonstrate their skills under the trees adjacent to the grand- stand, but brief showers on Sunday morning drove them into the sheltered area under the grandstand With money still to be collec- ted. Helen Walrath. treasurer of the Historical Society, reported receipts of $1.1*1.17. and the total of ihe museum fund is ap- proximately $16,000 toward the goal of $50,000 needed to purchase a building and prepare it for exhibits According to Margaret Nulty, membership chairman, the number of members is ap- proaching 400 VUWF R* \T THf f IMIf\<. I>f HH\ - frr^i r«.* from trff »i Mr and Mr* KM> Martin Mhan\ I he Umilv *J* t»« r # ff»r j*r r ni\rr*ar> «( b t% fratuipyrtM^ M arxIM** \1 I ii liir m)\t thr \ Mr aix! Mr* }t\tfM \*>r;<*r. *,ih !hr » . inch rwn h < Imi I .iltef u i •n* t J hit \ i\W faucet thf *ma!l*-*t •' IFU h*-* 'VJ ruling ai ,Mrn \ »*< nm\ ft arwi l>: i t*np+r * *< * * M \T»lr * A\ \ \u*! in N^ I\ I*.* .* J»» I it NI • r \ \\ «. u *' •r ..I ih. J .if. M • rtH .. «' i*» I i ntm \ t «.» r % .n •« \\' .jrHMr* f i • . • 11. ' Plans are already rxing made lor the craft fair next year, with a number of additional craftsmen planning to participate Milk program not subsidized CJouverneur Central School District wishes to announce that since the Federal Government has not subsidized the school milk program, as of Sept l all milk purchased during the month of September will be 10 cents per carton Each Type A lunch will be served one milk carton with the price of the lunch As soon as the Federal government underwrites 'the program, milk will be reduced to four center per carton ]i is suggested that parents write their Senators and Congressmen in Washington to do all in their power to pass the bill to subsidize the school milk program Until such time as the President signs the free milk bill, the Gouverneur schools will furnish milk for free breakfast and free lunch meals The af- ternoon and-or mid-morning free milk will be discontinued School Schedule The school opening for 1973-74 school year is set for students and staff for September 4, 1973 The schedule of activities will be as follows: am New teachers meet in the High School Tuesday. Sept. 4: 8 a.m. to 8:45 Auditorium 9 a m - 9 30 a m All Staff members meet in High School Auditonm 9 35 a.m. -11:30 a.m. Elementary Staff - Junior H-S Cafeteria with Mr Henry, Director of Elementary Education — Secondary Staff - Senior H-S Cafeteria with Mr. Pickard, High School Principal 12:(Mi Noon — Students classes begin (No cafeteria in operation) Wednesday. Sept. 5: Mt.rning opening —Students report 'See starting time below > 11:15 a.m. —.Dismissa> for Students 1:15 p.m — Faculty meetings in respective buildings Thursday. Sept. 6th • . All pupils, elementary and secondary, will report to their respective buildings at the following times: (You should note school opening lor students is approximately 15 minutes later in the mor- ning and closing times (or students is approximately 15 minutes earlier >. School Starting Time Closing Time Junior-Senior High . ' 8:20ft.m 2:45p.m. Kast Side School ' 8:45a m 235pm West Side School • • 8:45am 2 35pm Fnwler School 9:00a.m. ' 3:15 pm Brasie Corners School 8:45a.m. 2 30 pm Richville School 9:00a.m. 3:10pm ^ ALL CAFETERIAS will be open for both pupils and staff starting September 6th All meals are Type \A\ meals and prepared ac- cording to the standards of nutrition which have been established by the School Lunch Division of the New York State Education Department The price per meal has been increased to 40 cents for students and 75 cents tor staff members Kindergarten Schedule: To enter Kindergarten, a child must be 5 years ut agr b> December 1. 1973; to enter 1st grade, a child must be li years of age by December 1. 1973 ALSO, each child must comply with the \es* York S'ate Public Health Law which provides for evidence of immunization against poliomyelitis, red meales. diph »hena and derman measles i Rubella 1 as requirement for ad- 12 00-2 35 12 00 2 -35 12 00 2 30 12 00-3 10 12 00-3 1 f» 8 45-12 «>n 8 4:> 12 <>\ 8 4S 12 Oo 9 (*> 12 0<» 9 (H» 1 2 0\ 8 4=> 2 tf 8 4S 2 15 8 4f» 2 W «* <*• 3 10 '9 ^- 3 lr> 12 <> l 1 0»' i 4fi 2 15 12 •»• 1 i» I 4S 2 15 12 0\ 1 (n 12 ^ 2 *i I (»•• 3 It' f V 9 4\ |O -^^11 .*•' f A * ** 4 lU **• 11 .*• u ,~t ;<< ( * f ; ;: o» ft 1 :: t* The Klementary schedule is as follows Tu#*sda\ — September I Kas» Sid* ... Wes? Sid« \\ . . ; •• Brasie Corners ' * - Ruhville . day — Scptrmber .\» Kdst Side Wes» Side -' Brasie Corners Kuh\ille Hrmaindc! of ^ car Kd^ > Je U.vvir B' a>u- CorntT*- V -ul.-r lucsdax K1MU H«.\HTF V M IIKIU IK v « pfrmher » '-\ ' B-dvi, r-.rniT> Hrtnilh W u - V \ -j, 4 \ U,. * ' K U\ ilt B\ «<*• • < -'Hi \H\ M Kj-a. V lUu' \ • \ H AS THKIK ('ONTKIRl TION to the museum fund, the Gouverneur Fair Board donated thr use of spdu' for the craft fair Ann Johnson, (raft Fair Chairman, center, expressed appreciation on behalf of the Historical Sociel) te Glenn Miller, president of the fair board Mar\ Stone is at left. Some pictures of the craft fair will be found on page b. Sec. 2. More next week. Rotary official to visit village Rotanans will welcome on Sepi 4 «he governor of this Rotary district. Donald John Sutherland pf Pembroke. On- tario He will address the Rotary Club of Gouverneur. one of 57 in his district, and will confer with Arthur E Rot undo, president of 'he Rotary Club, and with other club officials concerning the group's plans for service ac- tivities and offer suggestions on administrative matters Mr Sutherland is one of 321 Rotary governors throughout the world uho are serving as representatives of Rotary In- ternational in districts composed of member clubs Each district governor is responsible for supervising the clubs in his area Rotary, an international men's service organization has more ihan 750.000 members in some 15,000 clubs in 150 countries A member and past president of the Rotary Club of Pembroke Mr Sutherland is Chairman of Don Sutherland Services Ltd. He was elected lo office at the Rotary convention in Lausanne Switzerland in May 1973 and will serve until June 30th, 1974. A seasoned Rotarian before his election to the office of district governor. Mr Sutherland at- tended an international assembly last May in Lake Placid, New York. USA. at which all Rotary' governors for 1973-74 attended in- depth seminars to prepare for their jobs One of his biggest jobs will be to hold a district con- ference of all Rotary' clubs in this area The conference will be held in Kingston, Ontario, August 16- 19 Free lunch and breakfast policy announced by school Ashton Pernice, Food Service Director, today announced a free lunch and breakfast policy for the Gouverneur Central School District school children unable to pay the cost Local school officials have adopted the following family size and income scale to assist them in determining eligibility. <See A*t 1.8 73 GCS Families tailing within these scales, which provides for ad- justment for uncontrollable lmancfal hardships, are urged to apply for free lunches and break- lasts lor their children They may •do so by filling in the application lorms sent home in a letter to parents Additional copies are available at the principal's office m each school Applications may ibt 1 submitted any time during the school year The form itself is simple to complete and requests information needed to determine economic need based on the in- Hermon Demos choose slate The H<Vm«>n Democratic party mrt on Wednesday evening Aug 22 in 'hr Ht v phurn Library to nomina'r candidates tor offices io U 1 filled on N'-vembtT f» S'anle> A M-Trill. Democratic come and number of persons in ihe family and any un- controllable financial hardships which affect the family's ability .to pay for school lunches and breakfasts. Provision is included for foster children The in- formation provided on the ap- plication will be confidential and will be used only for the purpose of determining eligibility. Under the provisions of the policy the Director of Health Services will review applications and determine eligibility If a parent is dissatisfied with the ruling of the designated official he may make a request either «rrally «»r in writing fot a hearing to appeal the dicision Joseph A Net to, Sr . Superintendent of Schools, whose address is 133 East Barney Street. Gouvyernear. has been designated as the Hearing Official * Hearing procedures are outlined m the policy The policy also provides that there will be no identification of or discrimination against any student unable to pay the full cost o( a lunch or breakfast A complete cop> of the policy is on hie in each school principal s office and in the office of School F -tid Authority District Ad 'mims'ra'or where it may be reviewed b\ an\ interested WEATHER H L M Tuesday 83 59 .00 Wednesday ..75 52 .43 Thursday 70 39 .00 Friday 75 \ 52 .00 Saturday 80 47 .00 Sunday 81 60 .08 Monday 86 65 .00 The 75 degree temperature on Wednesday was the first time the mercury had dipped teky* ,80 for the day's hi«h during the month of August Fireworks on Sunday this year Once again, the Gouverneiir fire department, through the generosity of St. Joe Minerals Oirp will present the annual Labor Day fireworks The fcvent has become a major means uf raising much - needed funds to buy equipment and supplies. this year, in response to numerous requests, the Fir* Department will* present the display on Sunday night so the children will not have to face school the following day The Gouverneur High School Band will present a concert at 7 p m , under the direction of Charles Palmatier, with fireworks to follow as soon as it is dark The firemen have expressed deep appreciation to St Joe for their participation in this program, as the company pays the entire cost of the fireworks and allows the fire department io keep all the money they raise. A small drawing will be held at •the fairgrounds for those present The program is free io the public However, donations will be accepted at the gate from those who wish to contribute A ^refreshment stand will be available Exchange students invited to Rotary Gouverneur Rotary Club has invited the Great Exchange Program students who will leaving for college to their Sept 4 luncheon meeting Those con- tinuing their education locally will be guests at a later date, it was announced at the Aug 21 meeting Guests were Ross Hudson, Canton and Bernice Knowlton PP&K competition to be held Sept. 29 Tuir, and Shirle\ A M-rnll v*a^ named ^ecre*ar\ The tullou-.ni: ^!a'e of offavrs uere nornma'rd Mip<r\:s<-r \*\\ K••». assrsv r :or ! u< \<ar> £i»!rcU?\iU^ K.*istraMons for the areas lni , V os '- Zone District Area • i . I>n<d A I*.-ran - 13 * h dnnua! r>jnt Pas? anc * ^ ck Divisional and National i^eveis K. * ./K'ed s -at ^ \p.-rrr c«»mp» 'ition for youngsters eigjv v entrance fee or special ' \. M \ rr ' k rhroukih il3 years of ace ^»il (equipment ts rcqmped There is \ <x»m irrmair. i»p«T» f hrt>uph Sep* 2? rK»t*«d> contact and participator Nd'ionaiiy more than 1,20^ (X»o d^es no? arr.pajr a youth! 'd or f he i y»un*>vr> are expt^cted u* tak< ,ama'«'ur standing »ou arxi par'IT *his ^<*ar < pri»g r am nhijen Yujngs'ers acci>mp*n»?d by a and N'»i I>j\id i «»n \h< >] t -»'e with teehn*: *he\ I>- riT.ti r y • much •» the re draw r,c part-n* and 'he r\»rd u»r PP i w a!er> »t Arr.erica tMank- and i>«ca! M<>HW Corp F-»rd dealer order-d t^ d.dils a-* a%a:iaWe a f ail par V Auxiliary plans i la' • • K u k , i !. li!. C. ^ H-- > .ir.i. ,i- n.adt -'a' u:»- c 1 3rd V S v A^*i * .i r*-p'» ^ r •< a.\ y v-t- a^-j --..' 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