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The Advance-news. (Ogdensburg, N.Y.) 1933-1935, December 17, 1933, Image 12

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:c IT, vx>,:i, for equality of traffic passia* SUNDAY, DK<\ 17, W):\. THE OGDKXSBUKG ADVANCE AXD ST. LAVREXCE SUNDAY DEMOCRAT PAfJE THIRTKKN ER SAYS RE TO STAY* Cll., Dec. 1«.— Industrial R«- gned last Jun« 4 , inoe President nn ounce 111 ent of this industrial nsely interested •ay possible the am. Dearborn's NKA has not has been a uni- that in due ent would be such is finall* to be evidenced oniment in the lent, owned by persist in con- L*»t it be said, a prophecy, that stay. Many In* eatest piece of acted by a civij at as it may, iC the most htimarf passed for the\ many years. H ? changed, altec- tfce needs ari>e, XRA.\ GARD FOR IN PA. TOWN —Harry S. Bar- the XRA com- rjr. Pa., reports interviewed per- total population n. and that 7.!*24 se interviewed, liable consumer's employers of •0 percent un.l**r •****&&>. A 5S •1* to % K las nd me ve. Ae, yed de- ft « i jamas iloves iggage **%£ Son mrg » Jas. Carroll Succumbed At His Home Yesterday .fames Carroll. 7r>. died at a. iu. yesterday at his home. Lafayette street, after an of six weeks of he-art trouble. He was born in Kemptville, Canada, Aim. It*. 1S5S. son of John and El- :*-iiT McCalferty Carroll, and came xo Ojrdensburg fifty years ago. He wa.s employed b„' ;';e late John Hawaii tor many years. Surviving are his widow. Alary Eagxui Car- roll, whom he married 47 years • •a** I Syracuse: a daughter. Airs. Helen 712 Car roll Sheldon, and two sisters, illness Misses Catherine and Anna Car- roll of Ogdens-hurg. He was a mem- ber of St. Mary's parish, the Holy Name and Sailed Heart societies. Mr. Carrol! was a well kaown and highly esteemed citizen with a large circle of friends who will deeply regret his death. The fun- eral will be held from the house tomorrow at 8:30 a. m. and at 9 at Si. Mary's cathedral. New Police Head in New York War Leader of Co. D. Gen. John O'Ryan Commanded the 27th Divi- sion, in Which Ogdensburg Men Served. ago: a son. Timothy Carroll of j will be in Si MaryV cemetery 4-H Club •'. Broadcast On Dec. 27 J Th»' 4-H Club members from SI 1,000 Is Paid To the C. W. A. Men Major Gen. John F. O'Ryan. who will be the next police commission- er of New York city, was the war time commander of the 27th divi- sion, in which members of Com- pany I) of Ogdensburg served. On the occasion of the annual re-union of the Company n Veterans* asso- ciation last September. Gen. Burial! O'Ryan sent a telegram of greet- ing. He had been invited to at- jtend but found this impossible. In his message, which was received by Chief of Police Herbert S. Myers, a veteran of Company 1). Gen. O'Ryan paid a tribute to the 107th Regiment, of which Company IX was a part, and urged the vet- erans to continue to keep war-time ship*. memories and comrade- The second pay-off of C. \Y. A.j Northern New York who attended i workers was held at the city ha!l| • 1 the'National 4-H dub Congress at • auditorium yesterday afternoon at Chicago. December 2-7, mill give a;^ o'clock, when about $1 l.i*00 was report of their trip from ! WARNSBOYS NOT TO RIDE BEHIND CARS Gen. ORyan was a candidate for the mayoralty nomination on the Fusion ticket last fall in New York was forced out by Judge Seabury. who refused to back him. O'Ryan withdrew and gave wholehearted support to LaGuardia. The position of police commis- sioner is generally conceded to be the most difficult one in New York The force consists of 19,000 men. Fire Chief John J. McElligott. whom Mayor-elect LaGuardia will elevate to the position of fire com- alive ^.missioner, is said to be a distant relative of the McElligott family of Ogdensburg. He was born in Vermpntville. Franklin county. Chief of Police Herbert S. Myers sent a telegram of congratulation to Gen. O'Ryan. FIREMEN ARE SUMMONED TO NEWMAN STORE Firemen at No. 1 station were notilied yesterday at 7:30 a. m. that smoke was entering the Frank department store from the adjoin- ing store of Arthur Newman. The firemen investigated end found the cellar of the Newman store filled with smoke which was caused by a back draft in the furnace. There was no sisn of fire in the basement and the smoke gradually cleared away after the furnace had been regulated and the windows were opened. No damage was done. The 0. F. A. Dramatic Class ...presents... \TIGER HOUSE\ Tuesday and Wednesday Evenings CITY HALL AUDITORIUM DECEMBER 19-20 8:15 P. M. All Seats Reserved (Sale tickets must be exchang- ed before 6 p. m. on day of per formance.) . . _. , , * - »- , Editor. Ordensburg Advance-News: radio|distributed among about ;*. men., , n(>ti(V a . gma|1 ^^ station WCAD during the agricul-! Tne distribution was in charge of* tural hour. Wednesday, 27. at 12:30. Xina Commins. Jefferson county. December • City Treasurer M. _M. Morse and C. W. A. Director Arthur Fleetham. Mayor »Morissette had expected to will report on the girl's activities.!be present and give an address but and the report on the bovs* activi-i early in the afternoon decided to ties will be covered by Charles Nichols. Jefferson County: Stan- ley Laidlaw. Gouverneur; and Claude Moulton. Winthrop. Jhere were 1.2o«> delegates to the National 4-H Club Congress from 4»; States and the province of On- tario wf*o state delegates as winners in tiie State Leadership Contest. Nichols and Laidlaw were county (Ungates from Jefferson and St. \awrence Counties. accompany the Mayor's Relief Girls basket ball team to Tupper Lake, where it played the Oval Dish company*:* quintet last night. Although the pay-off had been announced to take place at \ p. m. there was considerable doubt earl- Miss Commiiis and Moulton ier in the day whether authority would be received from New York. The checks were made out but were held until word cani^ about ?* p. m. that the funds had been i deposited. attaching their sleighs onto auto- mobiles and going for a ride in this manner. While one boy was. taking a ride back of an automobile, he was nearly run into by another tar at an intersection where the car both in front and behind had to apply their brakes on the slippery road. I wcild respectfully uri:e the parents in Ogdensiburg to request I their children to discontinue this habit. Very truly yours. JOHN M. NICHOLS. Probation Ofncer The Brass Rail —FULL COURSE SUNDAY DINNER— TURKEY BROILED STEAK ROAST CHICKEN 50c Dinner served from 1.2:00 noon to 8 p. ra. Father Laughs a* Shoppie* WMW« r holiday V. He always bmys Comfys for Ae whole family I Father is wise! He knows from experience that Leisure slippers by Daniel Green are al- ways successful gifts- They are smart and they wear longer because they are expertly fashioned of such fine fabrics. 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