THURSDAY, MARCH 11,1954 ' Judge Miller B. Moran Urges Support Of Survey of Handicapped Children Children s Com f Judge Mi\e' B school and suffer mental torment Moran last Tuesday requested the because of their handicapps Lewis Count y Board of Su-peivis- It is hoped that the lesults of 01 s to make a survey of physically the suney will make it possible handicapped chudien m the 18 to help many ol these children — LOWVILLE LEADER PA&E ELEVEN towns in tae count\ before thev entei school so that The state his selected Lew it, Co- the, can be accepted at, othei unty to make tac sur\e\ Judge ' childi en he said Moran said The count* will be Judgc The count \ the fii!>t in the Si.ate to gathei such mfoimiL^n on ph\sicdll> handicapped childi en iponsoi ing the surve\ m the count\ aie the to\n Lewis Counts Health Associafim would co\ei peisons up and the State Education Depart- \ea's of age The super ibC ment discuss the biu\ey with ed, \You Have A Big Soul\ The junior choir will sing The Younth FellowsTnp will meet at 5 30 P M Jill Teetei will give a book leview of The Othei Wise Man The Woild Wide Guild will have a :=upp<? meeting, Wednesday even ng March 17th at the Church Umdn a<sked the sypel . H it would ae possible foi to hii e pei sont, in then ' to take the bui\e> which] to 21 s will' then J Judge Moian pointed out that town boaids and leport back at the eariiei something is done for the Apul meeting It was estimat | the children who ha\e phjscial'ed that the sur\ey would take a! defects, the sooner they can be- come adjusted to life He stressed that there as no way at the pie- sent time of finding out what physical handicapps exist among children of preschool age children, the judge said, woek to complete each town Kenneth Majhew, president of the Lev is County Health Assoc- iation, and Howard G Sackett, district superintendent of schools Some a'so appeared and stiesed the val- enter i ue of such a survey to the county L H1IJLJLU IS. >1OII *> BAPTIST OHTJBCH j The Symbol of Hope' at the At the Lowville Baptist Chuich moinmg service of worship There the pastoi w ill speak on the theme will also be a junior sermon entitl- Judgt Millei B Aloran has been ekttc I a duectoi oi Hospital Plan ln«, wnich i& the Ltica Blue Cioss Plan As the Blue Cioss plan has bu.n on a h<-a\^ i iciease m thii, aita tne dniectoib of thelirm elected Judge Moian to give Lewis County moie repiebentation FOR RliaULTS THAT BRING TrVKLEVG TO THE TJH.L T SI! THS ADVEKlIisEJS ALERT RESPONSE when you press the acceler- ator, an instant answer vrien you turn the wheel, and quick action when you touch the brakes make Pontiac the perfect car for traffic and set a new high in handling ease. For extra-eager *go\ B Dual-Range Hy«ba-Matic, optional at *w cost, prorides a. special Traffic Range . .. < economy a special Cruising Range. Of alf the fine things you get in the big, beautiful jnew Pontiac, none will please you more than its balanced all-around performance. Pontiac's big, high-compression engine lias all the power you'll ever need—for acceleration, for hills, for smooth, restful rolling along the open road. And once yoiz drive the 1954 Pontiac, you'll realize that it gives a Jot more than just outstanding performance! It gives you the comfort of a long wheelbase and of big, self-cushioning springs plus wonderful economy of oper- ation and upkeep and unsurpassed dependability. Com- bine all that and what jou have is performance un- matched at the price! Come in for a demonstration. MtOJ.LASi FOU19OLLABS YOZ~ C.IX'T BJSAT A PONTIAC'S MIGHTIEST ENGINE and generous new fine-car SJ/e provide highway performance unsurpassed for smoothness, quietness and a road-leveling ride. For added riding ease and traveling pleasure, Pontiac offers a Comfort- Control Seat, Electric Window Lifts and Air Condi tioning... for easier parking, Power Brakes and Power Steering—optional at esua cost. MENARD PONTIAC SALES 42 Dayan Street Lowvilie, N. Y.