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The way things were by Anne Weaver

Wednesday, January 30, 2013 - Updated: 8:02 AM

About the week of January 30th, 1964, At HAMILTON COUNTY, County Clerk Earl C. Farber has announced the sale of Conservation licenses in Hamilton County for the month of December as follows: Resident: 10 Hunt and Fish; 15 Hunt; 2 Fish; 3 Trap; 25 Big Game; Non-Resident: 4 Big Game.

All nurses in Hamilton County are invited to a Heart Teaching Program for Nurses, being sponsored by the Hamilton County Health Association, Inc. in cooperation with the Franklin County Health Association, Inc. The program will be held in Friday at the Sunmount Hospital, Tupper Lake.

It is financed by the Heart Fund of the two counties as professional heart education. A new and highly-rated film, “Myocardial Infarction, the Nurse’s Role”, will be shown. This 45-minute professional film covers a great deal of ground, beginning with the heart attack and going through convalescence.

A panel of three professional medical authorities will be present to conduct the discussion period following the film. Cooperating are Sunmount Hospital and Mercy General Hospital, Tupper Lake.

At INLET, the New York State Conservation Department recently announced the signing of 35 purchase agreements at a cost of $87,694. Among them is one in Inlet: a 1.1 acre strip of land running from Route 28 to the east end of 4th Lake to provide a public access for launching small canoes and car top boats.

American Legion Post 1402 of Inlet is sponsoring a Smorgasbord at Tamarack Lodge, Inlet in February. Everyone is welcome. Reservations may be made through Peter Kalil, Hollis Ross or Robert Egenhofer.

All are welcome to a World Day of Prayer Serviced at the Church of the Lakes in Inlet in February. The World Day of Prayer, observed each year on the first Friday of Lent, is sponsored by women of the major Protestant and Orthodox communions.

It has a meaningful history of more than 75 years. Prayers and giving for the world-wide mission of the Church have been its primary purpose. It traditionally brings people together across denominational, racial, national and cultural boundaries to pray for the needs of the world to make an offering to carry out the Church missions around the world.

The World Day of Prayer began with the vision and dedication of one woman and in the providence of God it has grown to involve millions of women around the world. In gratitude and humility we in this area are called to play our part in this world-wide fellowship of prayer and witness.

At LAKE PLEASANT, the Hamilton County C-B’ers met Jan. 8 at the home of Erwin Page in Speculator. Routine business of the 2-way radio club was transacted.

The following officers were elected: President Leroy Weaver; Vice Pres. Shirley Weaver; Secretary Emma Page; Treasurer Donald Parslow; Sgt. at Arms Chancy Parslow. The club has been raising money to purchase radio equipment for club use.

In the past year that the club has been in existence, it has aided in radio communications in searches for lost people and emergency operations. Two new members, Homer Preston and John Knox of Piseco, have been taken into the club, bringing the membership to about 25.

Any C-B’er in the area is welcome to attend the next meeting, which will be held at the home of Donald Parslow, Lake Pleasant.

Army Pvt. Wesley G. Yennard, son of Mrs. Mary Yennard, Speculator, was assigned to the 3rd Infantry Division in Germany early in November. Yennard, a member of Headquarters Company, 2nd Battalion of the Division’s 7th Infantry, entered the Army in April, 1963, and was last stationed at Fort Benning, Ga.

The 23 year old soldier attended Lake Pleasant School.

At LONG LAKE, funeral services for Hamilton County Sheriff Merritt B. Lamos, 77, who died Saturday morning January 25, at the Sheriff’s residence in Lake Pleasant, were held at the Wesleyan Methodist Church, Long Lake. Lamos, who was sheriff since 1947, died of a heart attack in his sleep, according to Dr. Otto Schorr, Speculator, who signed the death certificate.

Lamos had been active and in good health. He made a business trip to Glens Falls Friday. He was a game warden in the Conservation Department for about 25 years before becoming the Hamilton County sheriff.

Lamos had not been opposed for sheriff in the last several elections, running on both party tickets. Born in Long Lake, he had resided nearly all his life in Hamilton County. He was a member of the Long Lake Masonic Lodge and the Speculator Lions Club.

Survivors include three daughters, Mrs. Leola Ross, Brandt Lake; Mrs. Mary Tappan, Mooers and Mrs. Lillian Wilson, Lake Pleasant; seven sons, Morris and Leland, Long Lake; Rev. Aldis Lamos, Mooers; Allen, Schenectady; Tarbell, Syracuse; Rev. Ralph Lamos, Waterford; Rev. John Lamos, Springfield Mass.; one sister, Mrs. Rodney Dixon, Starbuckville; two brothers, Morris, Long Lake and Erwin, St. Petersburg, Fla.; three nephews and several cousins.

At WELLS, the second annual Silver Bells Winter Carnival will be held in February at Silver Bells Ski Center and the Town of Wells. Events include: Friday, skiing, colored slides, snowshoe basketball, torchlight slalom, vocal selections.

Saturday will include beginner, junior, intermediate and giant slalom, skipjack and snow shovel races. Saturday night will be a show and dance, crowning of the queen and award of trophies. Sunday will include a costume and crazy hat party with prizes and a jackwax party.

     

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