OCR Interpretation


The Advance-news. (Ogdensburg, N.Y.) 1933-1935, November 10, 1933, Image 4

Image and text provided by Northern NY Library Network

Persistent link: http://nyshistoricnewspapers.org/lccn/sn89071106/1933-11-10/ed-1/seq-4/


Thumbnail for 4
'DAY, NOV. 10,193;: visors \ounty Board primaries; James Bradford, jisville. Republican, who daf^at L»*ou 11. Martin. Democrat; Ho»- Thompson, Madrid, Republican. 3 defeated K. P. Martin. Demo, t: Roy Waite. Parishville, FU lican, who succeeds Warren U, iels who declined to run; Wil- li E. Flanders, Potsdam. R* iican. who succeeds Edward P ight. Republican, who decline* •un; Leon Burtis. Rossie, Repub n, who defeated Charles Bark Democrat; Bert S. Craps--!*, .ddininon. Republican, succeed nlerick H. Martin who did not k reelection. FKIDAV. NOV. 1U, 19*: T H E A D VA X C K - NEWS PAflE FIVS audeville ActsTodav At Theatre l k.. K. O. vaudeville and the pic- \ **Thrt-e-Cornered Moon/' w ; ll f the offering at the Strand to-\ -. The opening presentations of acts yesterday attracted lair- well pleased audiences. This* ? the second week of vuudevill*- :he ST rand. 'ootball is in the air, the local u-nastis will have an opporiun- to see the ?rreatest gridiron le ever brought to the sen•-*?» he Universal football clus-j \Saturday's Millions\ at th~ md Theatre on Saturday. .obert Young. Leila Hyams. uny Mack Brown. Mary Civ* 2. Lucille Lund and Andy 1#*~ •? play the tVatured roles in t*i> itinK pi?skin drama, and th-ii, porting\ cast includes Errirr -err. Erny Pinckert and many ?r ianious gridiron stars. Iven without the football e!^* iz, -Saturday's Millions*' would lily as one of the season's out- lding- screen dramas, telling a, ftly moving story which is filled i tensely interesting situations, .ucille Lund is the recently wned \All American Girl.\ s»- ; ed by Universal and College :SIOT Magazine as the country's it beautiful and talented co-ed. , 'hether you are a football fan not. see \Saturday's Millions\ enjoy a superlatively fine pic- It will thrill you a> few f a enplays ever have. The pro- .ion was arranged by Christ> sli. eminent football authority. Guardia Once As Boy Lived at '- Army Barracks •orell© H. Lad42cH;a- electe^l * or of ew York city, spen: *n rear,? of his boyhood *' ison barracks wnere hi? father i# a fcind master in the nineties. :? Perrigo. 1 Plum avenue. Wa- >wn. kne* La<;«ardia and play- iih him as a boy at Sacket Har-' Mrs. Julia Clohessy of Sackw jor remembers the La Guardia h. le rhiktreu attended school at iet and attended th^ St. Ar. s Cat hoik- charrh- T!ie fani ia qoart€»r> which sioo-l_ •e the present Post >ospi«l staa4$. The late Mrs. Frank -alf who ronmaacN the nary * at Socket Harbor knew th*- m ly well. V*odfi*>y Kanpher who <a Watenowa recently wms a Her of the hand which La ^ •diaV father led. Mrs- VioU' T and her daa^hter. Mr*. Cbar- Hortoa. of Sacket Harbor ; the La Gaardia Canity mhiie,. were at the military TiBn«e. •Ho La Gaardia came to Sacket or when a hoy «C five and re- eCnnul 1- years Two Are Injured in Car Crash On the West Side Archie D**tuiy or* 515 Albany av enue and Jeffrey Hawes suffered cuts* and bruises in a three^car col- lision yesterday afternoon ai 5.15. A call was sent to police headquar- ters for the city ambulance and Of- ficers Charles Sears and Leo Le- Beau went to the scene. They took Denny and Hawes to the Hepburu hospital, where their injuries were treated. Th» y then returned home. Joseph D. Feeley of 725 Caroline street reported to the police that a little girl ran against the side ot his car at the corner of Greene and Hasbrouck streets yesterday auer- noon but was uninjured. He took her home. Liquor Control Rules To Be Announced Today Official legnl and lay forces yes- terday completed control regula- tions for New York Slate's recep- tion of repeal Dec. 5. The State Alcoholic Coverage Control Board announced a regula- tion plan would be released for publication foda?. An expected stampede for liquor licenses will find the board prepar- ed to investigate every application and to impose heavy penalties for violation of license requirements. Edward P. Mulrooo«\v, board chair- man, said. Mulroon«*y declined to comment on the regulatory plan other than to say it would discourage bootleg- ging and the evils of the old-time saloon. Mrs. Clara Vinch Gets Sixty Days In County Cells Mrs. Clara Vinch was sentenced by City Judge John H Wells yes- terday to serve sixty days in the county jail for disorderly couduct j in creating a disturbance in the office of Welfare Commissioner Charles S. Hubbard. William Morley was fined $10 by City Judge Wells for public intoxi- cation. The case of George Gehan. charged with public intoxication, was adjourned until today. Brewers had in reserve 15/1)0.000 barrels of beer of pre-prohibition .strength tor distribution Dec. 6. The State Attorney General's office reassured them that repeal would automatically void the State law limiting: beer potency to 4 cent. To Broadcast Scout Program Via the Radio 3.2 per A liquor law control committee appointed by thr Federal Bar As- sociation of New York. New Jer- sey and Connecticut completed or- ganization. The committee under Chairman Benjamin Miller will of- fer recommendations for liquor leg- islation. Henry Ward Beer, association president, said liquor must he as easy to obtain as an ice cream soda is todav. The lioy Scout radio program from station WCAD tomorrow noon j will im-lude two speakers. Benja-• min K. Nevin, Scoutmaster of Troop 32 of the Congregational church of Massena will speak on \What It Means To Be a Scoutmaster/' The second speaker on this same program will be Kagrle Scout Albert Slav in a member of Troop 34, Massena, who will have a talk on \The Steps In Becoming An Eagle Scout.\ The program will go on the air at 12:50 P. M. Sat unlay November 11. BOWLERS WERE DINNER GUESTS OF RESTAURANT Tiie Suae Resiaurant bowline team and officers of the Osdens- burg Bowlin? Association were iruests oi Edward and Hector Shol- Suturday afternoon and at from the Methodist church. 2.::i» Mrs. Catherine Dickson Passed j Away Yesterday .'Mrs. Catherine E. Dickson. 7.\».j died at her hone in Waddington I yesterday morning at S:-°.o o'clock.! She is survived by three sons. | George <M. of Ctica. William J. andj em . at a banquet at the State Res- Fred K.. both of Waddinsrton. and| taurant last evening William Far- a daughter. Mrs. L. U Britton of j \ ey wai? elated captain of the team Alexander Bay. The funeral will be; and ?cave a short pep talk. Mr. Far- he^d from the home a: 2 o'clock ley's remarks and the excellent steak dinner prepared by the Shol- ette Brothers will no doubt prove to be th*- stimulant needed to put the Srate Restaurant team in the winning column as they have not be* a hitting the magpies in true form lately. All the bowlers had perfect con- trol last evening. There were no splits an<! they all went right down the middle, if the boys score as many striken on the alleys as they did on the steaks they are sure to be champs. Those preesnt were Merle JLirermore, Howard Raymo, Hector and Edward Sholette, S. G. Williams'. Francis I^eRoux. John Hannan. William Farley, Theodore Ebberts. Charles Cant well a-nd John Iknie. Harold I>arrow and Edward Knecht. members ot the team were unable to attend. Congratulates ; Assembylman On Victory Tuesday 13 SHIPS ARE HELD AT CANAL Low water in the St. Lawrence River above Montreal is delaying the downward progress of thirteen vessels in the vicinity of Cardinal, at the western entrance to the Gal* ops Canal. Three of these have been held up since Tuesday, but the balance were halted Wednes- day. Several of these craft are oil tankers, and others are laden with general cargo loaded at ports on the Great Lake*. The major- ity, however, are bringing down grain for transfer at Montreal, Sorel or Quebec into ocean-going steamers. The Mosna. Rahane and Henne- seid have been halted at Cardinal since Tuesday, and the following vessels were held up Wednesday: Simcolite. Royalite. Weyburn. \en- da. Canadian Beaver. A>elifie HHII. Elgin. Simcoe. Mapleton and Acad- ian. Thirteen feet is still the permis- sible draft for all craft passing through the St. Lawrence Canal System, a reduction of another three inches having been effected at the end of last week. It is re- ported that the Department of Rail- ways and Canals may be forced to order another cut if present con- ditions continue and easterly winds prevail. '• _. the Ad- Doolev. Another Woman to Be in Legislature The Bronx will send a woman to the Assembly, 31iss l>oris 1. Byrne of the Second district. She will be the only woman member of the lower house. The last woman member of the Assembly was Mrs. Rhoda Fox Graves of Gouverneur. Through the colums of vance-News James F. -^WAV.*., Domocratic Candidate for Member j o; As-cmhly, Firsi District of St. I^iwreru-e County, wishes to extend his congratulations to his oppon- ent, W. Allan Newell, the present eui'omhent. in his signal victory, and, Mr. Dooley also wishes to thank his many friends and suj>- porters for the vote given him in the membership contest Tuesday November 7th. last. DIES IN PRESCOTT Mrs. William Redmond, £6. died yesterday at her home in Prerootu j Onu Surviving are the following sous and daughters. William. John. Miss Lena Redmond and Mrs. Arn- old Henry of Prescott. Mrs Vin- ceax-Skelly of Ogdensburg and Mrs. Frank Buraus ot Ottama. The fun eral will be conducted at St. Mark.s chnrch in Prescott tomor- row m©niin\g. Burial will be in Prescott. Armistice Ball This Evening At The City Armory The Armistice Ball which will be held at the State Armory this evening promises to be one of the best parties ever staged under the auspices of Company M. Reg. By- ers and his popular dance band, featuring Charlie Stoneburg at the piano, has been engaged to play for the dancing which will continue from K until 1. Several novelty acts will also t*» included in the progTam and the interior of the ar- mory has been very attractively de- corated for the occasion. Edward P. Lynch Led The Ticket Kdward P. Lynch, candidate for member of the board of education of Ogdens-burg, received the largest number of votes in the election Tuesday. His total was 4,247. Mr. Lynch had no opposition. E>ven names were written in for members ot the board of education. James A. Walsh received 4$ votes and Charles Sieger 40 votes in this manner. Masonic Temple There wilt be a special meeting of Ogdensburg Lodge No. 12&. F. 4L A. M„ Saturday afternoon at 1 o'clock to attend the fun- eral of our late Brother Albert O. Coctfwei: to be held at St. John's Eo«scopat church at 2 o'clock. Aii Masons invited. DONALD E. SANFORO. Senior Warden. State Rum Board Ready to Block Permit Stampede The Liqoor Control Board stead- >d itself for a stampede yesterday, j to sell DEDICATION OF MONUMENT ON PEACE DAY A cairn erected in Groalx park , in lower Ford street to the nem- ory of Private Charles; Groulx, first , O-rden^burc soldier to die in act ion ; in the world war. will oe dedicated tomorrow monuo!? at 11 o'clock. | The moBMeat wa* erected by the American Legion post of this city, with Mayor K. J. Jtorissette co- operating. It i$ similar in ontline I the standard marker* nsed to designate historic spot:* in Canada. perns in the ionn of a pyramid, canstmcted of cobble stones and ahont ten feet in height. A bronze tablet bearing an inscription is at- tached. The program of the exer-j cises was nnbUshed recently. Mrs! Xavier Gronlx. mother of the deadj^at* rales and regnlations for tbej soldier, will nnveil the memorial • >ale of 1 Drum Corps Members to Meet At 10 All member? of the American Le- sion drum corp? are requested to report in full uniform at the stat^» armory tomorrow morning at 1»* o'clock to take part in the proces- sion to f>ie Groulx monument mhich ivil! be dedicated at 11 o'clock in connection with Anuis- tice day en-reiser. Ev*-ry member of the corps is ardently requestei to be present a^ it i.* desired to have a full representation of the organization at this ceremonv. A rash of applications w a*nii boose has already bfgan and Chair- J man Edward P. Mnlrooney admit-' n*d that there won't be time be-j tween now and repeal to investi-| gate them alL \\Bat no one can sell wit hoot a' license, and well investigate be- fore licenses MT^ granted,\\ he' >aid- \We don't plan to is>ne anyj temporary licenses either, a* we did daring the beer rash.'* still has to WE SELL HOT WATER HEATERS FOR ALL MAKES —of— MOTOR CARS $8.00 Hannan & Hen Motor Car Co. 4 I\ BARGAINS GALORE at BELLFY Out of the High Rent District. Work, Dress Hose 15c to 45c ^ c -i CAPS 50c ~ 75c - 95c •m-* m p » JEz^m?} DRESS SHIRTS 95c-~Sl.25-Sl.45 PANTS 1.95,2.45 HATS 1.45, 1.95, 2.45 WINDBREAKERS 1.95,2.45 LEE OVERALLS 1.45 UNION SUITS 1.25,1.45 BALL BAND RUBBERS 1.25 FELT SHOES 2.50 DRESS OXFORDS 2.45,2.95 f oe Bellf y 26 Lake Street OPEN EVENINGS —

xml | txt