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\ SAT., SEPT. 24, 1932 PLATTSBURGH DAILY PRESS PAGE THREE CITX AND The Garden Club of Plattsburg will hold its regular meeting at the home of Mrs. Justin, Bugar St., Tuesday afternoon, Sept. 27th -at three o'clock. Mrs. Ball will speak on the flowers of Australia. The an- nual reports will be read. —All members of the Open Road Pioneers will report at the Y. M. 0. A. tonight' at 6:00 p. m. —The first fall meeting of the Community Welfare Council will be held at 4 o'clock Monday afternoon Sept. 26th at the City hall. There are two matters of special import- ance to be discussed and every mem ber is asked to make an effort to be present. —The monthly sub-district meet- ing of the Clinton County Dairy- men's League Co-operative Associa- tion whch was scheduled to be held in the Grange Hall at West Chazy, K. Y., on Monday evening Septem- ber 26th has been postponed and will be held at a later date. L C. DESSO TRANSFERRED TOALBANY Tendered Dinner at Mono- pole Thursday BY ASSOCIATES WALTER DAME STRUCK BY HIT AND RUN CAR To Become Ass't Plant Accountant For Upstate Area of N. Y. T. Co. WASHINGTON, Sept. 23. (ff)— Ap proval of the forty hour week in industry, and opposition to payment! of the soldiers' bonus before rnatur- | ity in 1945, were voted today by the directorate of the Chamber of Com merce of the United States. SPECIAL! Just arrived! Sheed woolen street dresses, smart and sophisticated. All sizes, to 40 and half sizes. Prices Plattsburg says goodby to Law- rence C •.Desso who leaves to take up his work in Albany as Assistant Plant Accountant for the Up-State Area of the New York Telephone Company. On Thursday evening Larry's Telephone Associates show- ed their high regard for him by having him as their guest at a din- ner at the Monopole which was attended by thirty members of the Telephone organization of which Mr. Desso has been an important officer. During the dinner h. A. Irvin, the capable toastmaster, presented Mr. Desso, on behalf of his Tele- phone Associates, a very fine set of golf clubs including a bag and a dozen golf balls. Everyone of the range $5 and Nook.—adv. up. Jennett's Shop men Present voiced his personal appreciation of Mr. Desso's kindly disposition and personal help as well as his outstanding ability in Food Sale The Delta Alpha will hold a food his official capacity. Mr. Desso re- sale today at the office of the sav-' B P°nded very graciously and it is a ings and Loan Assn. on Brinker- Pleasure to know that the warmth hofl St., beginning at ll o'clock.— ot feeling between him and his as- adv. sociates is mutual. i ; ' ;'' There was also present as a guest, Snappy Coats for sport and dress , Mr. Walter M. Thayer, a former richly furred, new colors and ma-, member of Mr. Desso's organization terials. Also Dresses and Hats for, who was transferred to the Albany all occasions. The Specialty Shop, Mae E. Ouimette, 15 Clinton St. —adv. office of the Telephone Company in July. Mr. I. H. Grlswold and Mr. L. E. Croake, although unable to | be present, telephoned their best STAB RESTAURANT ' wishes from New York earlier in 19 Bridge St. * h e day- Special today: Assorted drop The others who attended the din- cookies 17c per dozen. Our fancy ner were B - H - Bl ' ooks - L - A - Irvin ' chocolate or vanilla flavored cup J - J - Man ^- J - s - M y ers ' *• s - Pen \ cakes with boiled icing, 23c per' dleto11 ' T - v - A ' Lansing, C. G. doz. Phone 1043 and get free de-' Polts ' M ' G - Larkm > p - J - RellI y- livery.—adv. (S23-24) T - B - Mead - L ' Lapham, J. C. Pet- I tinger, ' /^ rt A. T. Harding, O. E. Rock, G. C. Dandrow, I. T. Weir, D. Rock, S. P. Vail, L. Grenier, M. H. Me- truck, pursued by a border patrol- man of the V. S. immigration ser- vice, missed a turn in the fog, jump ed off the road and was wrecked. The body lay uniaentfled until to- night! The accdent' occurred at Mink- ler's Corners, on the Massena-Ny- arido road. Patrolman B. B. Tall- ma'dge pursued Campese two and a half miles. The dead man's identity was es- tablished through the label of a Utica manufacturer on his sweater. early. Phone 230.—adv. (S21-O21) [ SUNDAY, SEPT. 25 bu'ff read it- Ulkaboutit- Be sure to see ity on the screen / , NOTICE ' Dr.- N. Woodruff Potter, Chiropo- dist will close her office after Oct. ] llus - a11 o f 22nd. Make your appointments | Als o J - R - Weston of H. H. McConville, M. J. Beaton, H. J. Johnson, and A. H. Linquist, B. M. Lytle, of MaWne, R. H. Godson of Saranac Lake, and L. H. Jenks of Carthage. Mr. Desso is a native of Platts- burg. He was graduated from Mount Assumption Institute in 1912 and Albany Business College in 1913. He was employed by Armour & Company from 1913 to 1920 as Traveling Cashier in the Albany Ditsrict comprising Eastern New York and Western Massachusetts. In 1920 he became Chief Accountant for the Mountain Home Telephone Company at Plattsburg and in 1926 was elevated to the position of Gen- eral Auditor of the Northern New York Telephone Corporation. Mr. Desso is a very active mem- ber of the American Legion, belong- ing to Plattsburg Post No. 20 and having been County Commander and 4th District Commander and having served on innumerable State Committees. He is also past Chef de Gare of Clinton County Voiiure 463, Societe Des 40 Hommes et 3 Cheveaux. Mr. Desso is also a charter mem- ber and Director of Plattsburg Kl- ,wanis Club and a member of B. P. , O. E. No. 261 and the St. Jean de , Baptiste Association, having been I Auditor of the latter organization j for years. Mr. Desso served in the United States Army during 1918 and 1919. He was a member of the Division of Criminal Investigation in the American Expeditionary Forces in France. Mr. and Mrs. Desso leave Platts- burg with the sincere regards of everyone who has known them and I the hope that they will visit this city frequently. IMPATIENT MAIDEN M UNA MERKEL, OWN HALLIDAY a^ANPV PEVINE Also Comedy, Victory- Plays and Universal News —due to the popularity of this picture the man- agement is running two shows, 7 P. M. and 8:45 P.M. Admission, 30c - 10c Sunday, Sept. 25 RUSTIC CASINO . CadyviUe, N, Y. (S23-24) SIEGAL-VAN NESS On Wednesday, Sept. 21, at the Methodist Parsonage, Court St., Mr. Nelson T. Siegel of Riley Ave., son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Siegel was united in matrimony to Miss Flor- ence J, Van Ness also of Riley Ave., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William H. Van Ness. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Frederick J. Ball before Mr. Geo. Ball and Miss Gwen Clinton as witnesses. The young couple will make their home in Freeport, L. I. COATS! Our selection of coats is out- standing and we suggest your early inspection. See our $15 \Leaders.\ Other coats range $25 to $49.50. hlennett's Shop Nook.—adv. Was Biding Bicycle on Morrlson- villc Road When Struck by Automobile Walter Dame, 17, of Peru street, city, was badly bruised about the body when struck by a hit and run driver on the Morrisbnville road about 5:45 o'clock yesterday after- noon. The youth was pedaling his bi- cycle west on the road when an automobile traveling in the same direction passed hm and knocked him off the bicycle, The driver of the car failed to stop. MRS. SHARRON IS SUDDENLY SUMMONED Widely Known Local Wo- man Only Yesterday Re- turned From Journey With startling suddenness the death of Mrs, Albeit Sharron oc- curred at her home in this city to which she had returned from a CHIEF JOHN SWEENEY Acting Chief of Police John B. Sweeney has issued a warning to parents relative to young boys and girls riding bicycles at night with out lights. The chief states this is a very dangerous practice and that these youngsters are taking their lives in their own hands. The chief also has received nu- merous complaints about school children going back and forth from school on roller skates. The chief states that these children cannot cross the streets with safety, and not only that, but are endangering pedestrians walkng on the side- A passing motorist jWcked the j week's automobile trip through the I walks. Dame boy up and brought him to > Ne w England States yratcrOay af- j chief Sweeney appeals to par- the Champlain Valley hospital \ ternoon. | ents to put a stop to such prac- In excellent spirits and in ap-, t ice S by their children in the in- terest of their own safety and others. where he received first aid treat- ment. Sheriff A: L. Senecal was noti- fied and is conducting an investi- gation. RUMRUNNER KILLED IN ABTMRECK 70 Mile An Hour Race Over Fog Blanketed Road Proves Fatal MASSENA, N. Y., Sept. 23. (#)— A 70-mile an hour race over a fog blanketed highway brought' death early today to Joseph Campese, 27, of (Bleecker St.) Utica, the driver of an ale'-laden truck. Campese was' killed when his A bureau of fisheries study at parent good health Mrs. Sharron regaled the family circle with sto- ries of her journey and in the eve- ning accompanied Mr. Sharron to the Strand Theawe .Upon her re- turn home she exhibited little sign of fatigue and was still telling of her trip to the East when she was stricken with a heart attack and. passed away almost before her family had realized that the at- tack was the beginning of the end. Mrs. Sharron had lived her en- tire life in this city, having been'«» born in Plattsburgh January 17, ,Ii6W 1863. She was the daughter of the I late Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Val- ley, her maiden name being Mary Julia Valley. On September 10, 1883, she became the bride of Al- bert Sharron and was looking for- SCHEME ON D.&H.R.R. Into Effect on Sunday, September 25 ward with pleased anticipation to celebrating her Golden 'Wedding' anniversary next September. Surviving Mrs. Sharron are her husband, Albert Sharron, presid- ent oi \Sharron's Inc.,\ and eight children, four daughters, Mrs. Eva' Gray, Mrs. LeRoy Brown, Miss | The fall schedule of trains on the Delaware and Hudson railroad goes into effect Sunday, September 25. Southbound Train No.'2, daily except Sunday, leaves Plattsburgh at 7:22 a. m. Train N6. 18, daily, leaves Platts burgh at 10:08 a. m. Train No. 34, daily, leaves Platts Train No. 8, daily, leaves Platts- Dorothy Sharron of this city, and b at u . 54 ' a . m _ Mrs. Robert S. Downing of New • York City; four sons, Arthur, Ger- b j aid P., Roswell A. and Albert Shar- j bUrgh \J^n* ronJr. She also leaves four grand arrives here children, Genevieve Brown, Doro- 5;6 0 a m an( J leayes at „ a m bank's V_ ' Traln N °' *' daily exoept Sunday> \\\\\ ^**\ w \*\ t\L _T\ arrives here at 1:25 p. m. and leaves ley of this city is her only surviv- t •, , 3g ing brother. I* Train \NO.'35 daily, arrives here The funeral will probably be at 5:20 p. m. and leaves at 5:25 held on Monday morning from St. p. m. Peter's Church, of which she was Train No. 17, Sunday only, ar- a life-long and faithful member rives here at 6 p. m., and leaves at 2500 and in the congregation of which 6:08 p. m. PITTSBURGH Lessen Fradulent Solicita- tions That Have Cost Many Dollars Caution — investigate solicitations by those not being able to furnish bona fida credentials. Thia warning is given out jointly by the Police |.| Department and the Merchants Committee on Solicitations of the Chamber of Commerce. Both groups [ are working together to lessen the fraudulent solicitations that have cost local people many dollars. Re- ports are coming into the Police Department of almost every con- I ceivable scheme to obtain money 1 from the unsuspecting. This condi- | tion is general throughout the coun ] try. The collecting of money in ad- vance of receiving merchandise, ma,' gazines, advertising pamphlets,, \business directories\ etc., is to be looked upon with caution. Investi- 1 gate. I Counterfeit money is appearing in unusual degree in all of the larger cities, the Police Depart- ment reports. Alms are being son- cited under almost every pretext. Be sure that the crendentials are satisfactory. If in doubt inquire of the Police Department or the Cham ber of Commerce office. Both groups i are working together in this effort to protect citizens from fraud and j humbug. Committee on Solicitations Plattsburg Chamber of Com merce. John E. Sweeney, Chief of Police. ASK INCREASE ; MEMBERSHIP i IN RED CROSS A bureau of fisheries study at , Pittsford, Vt., determined that hat-' she wte active aU her days - In her Traln No ' 5 ' da \y cxce P 4 y chery-reared trout are capable of youf * sne was noted as a si ™ er arrives here at 10:4 0 »• m ' and competing with other fish for food and ^r beauftul voice was long a leaves at 10:45 p. m. in natural streams. feature m St. Peter's choir. | Chateaugay Branch _______________________ J _-__________' Train No. 82, daily except Sun- Board of Elections Completes Canvass of Votes Cast Primary Day The Board of Elections yesterday completed its canvas of the votes cast Primary Day. The official vote on sheriff and coroner in the Democratic contest is as follows: •*_..*£_.! SHERIFF CORONER i i Altona, Dist. 1 65 32 Altona, Dist. 2 5 5 Altona, DisC. 3 7 Ausable, Dist. 1 33 8 Ausable, Dist. 2 5 3ff Ausable, Dist. 3 11 17 Beekmantown, Dist. 1 15 24 Beekmantown Dist. 2 11 ll Black Brook, Dist. 1 44 13 Black Brook, Dist. 2 13 17 Black Brook, Dist. 3 3 Champlain, Dist. 1 31 Champlan, Dist. 2 132 10 Champlain, Dist. 3 67 11 Chazy, Dist. 1 25 25 Chazy, Dist. 2 62 23 Chazy, Dist. 3 7 Clinton, Dist. 1 5 31 Clinton, Dist. 2 3 26 Dannemora, Dist 1 18 • 51 Dannemora, Dist. 2 3 13 Dannemora, Dist. 3 4 14 BUenburgh, Dist. 1 10 38 Ellenburgh, Dist. 2 ' 1 23 Ellenburgh, Dist. 3 19 Ellenburgh, Dist. 4 3 1 Mooers, Dist. 1 7 I Mooers, Dist. 2 8 1 Mooers, Dist. 3 10 4 Mooers, Dist. 4 21 7 Peru, Dist. 1 3 29 Peru, Dist. 2 18 29 Peru, Dist. 3 12 18 Plattsburgh, Town, Dist. 1 6 13 Plattsburgh, Town, Dist, 2 5 15 Pittsburgh, Town, Dist. 3 6 5 Plattsburgh, Town, Dist. 4 14 26 Plattsburgh, City, Ward 1, Dist, 1 25 38 Plattsburgh, City, Ward 1, Dist. 2 51 45 Plattsburgh, City, Ward 2, Dist. 1 57 68 Plattsburgh, City, Ward 2, Dist. 2 35 61 Plattsburgh, City, Ward 3 31 20 Plattsburgh, City, Ward 4, Dist. 1 46 45 Plattsburgh, City, Ward 4, Dist. 2 48 46 Plattsburgh, City, Ward 5, Dist. 1 38 86 Plattsburgh, City, Ward 5, Dist. 2 32 85 Plattsburgh, City, Ward 6 35 93 Saranac, Dist. 1 5 7 Saranac, Dist. 2 25 29 Saranac, Dist. 3 2 2 Saranac, Dist. 4 8 37 Saranac, Dist. 5 > 1 15 Sohuyler Palls, Dist. 1 2 14 Schuyler Falls, Dist. 2 4 10 1094 1288 I w 77 9 5 36 12 25 17 16 50 10 3 29 121 71 34 24 6 15 4 6 23 12 6 4 7 8 14 28 15 22 17 6 15 7 5 27 53 46 52 31 49 57 49 37 43 5 16 1 5 2 1284 FAREWELL PARTY GIVEN O'BRIEN as Goal of Clinton County Chapter Mrs. Henry G. Rogers, chairman ' day, leaves here at 6:25 a. m. for o f the Clinton county branoh, Amer Lake Placid. lean Bed Cross, yesterday received Train No. 81, daily except Sun- the following telegram from John day .arrives here at 4:40 p. m., from Barton Payne, which is as follows: Lake Placid, , Washington Headquarters, American Red Cross September 22, 1932 Mrs. Henry G. Rogers, Clinton County Chairman, American Red Cross, Ausable Forks, N. Y. Central committee today adopted resolution asking all chapters for increase Red Cross membership stating Red Cross facing emergency 18 . Over 899 persons were present oaused b y hea viest demands for re- 1 Tuesday evening at a surprise i ief s j nce world War. Relief on tre 2 farewell party given to Rev. Edward me ndous scale must still be contin- 5 F. O'Brien, former pastor of St. ued tnis wint er. In absence of a 27 Francis church of Harrisville, who separate Red Cross call for unem- 7 ,is transferred- to Ausable Forks. \ p i oy ment relief fund Red Cross 24 ; The entire program was in charge confidently looks to people for in- 6 of the Holy Name society and the crease membership support in every 7 - Daughters of Isabella. j community. Central comnr) tee 5 j The party began with a parade ( therefore urges each chapter to take __ 'headed by the Boy Scouts and the iSte ps to assure increase called for _ _ I Harrisville band. In the absence j b y this emergency. 2500 member? of Ray Dunlop, Forest Carter acted assigned as your chapter goal. 5 as grand marshal of the evening 15 ' and arranged the various organi- 6 zations in the following order: Boy Scouts, Harrisville Community 20 band, official car bearing Rev. [ JOHN BAETON PAYNE, American Red Cross. cated by a town the size of Har- I 20 leather O'Brien, Masonic order, Odd risville, beautified the rectory and j 38 1 Fellows, Holy Name society, Daugh- ! grounds, remodeled the old church ' j I ters of Isabella and Promoters of 12 the League of the Sacred Heart. 24 The line of march was organized 7 at the post office and moved to the old church, the site of the begin- ning of Rev. Father O'Brien's work in Harrisville. . Short talks were given by Charles Mayhew, supervisor of the town; 1 Lou Paddock, Master Mason; Rev. j«' 4 j Lewis Cost, pastbr of the Disciple! n into a hall, now Columbus Hall, [ and built a chapel at Lake Bona- parte. He was enthusiastic in sports and make possible a basketball court for Harrisville, church; David Scanlon of Lake Bonaparte; Rev. Patrick O'Shea of Carthage; Forest Carter, grand 5 j marshall of the evening and Rev. 4 f J. L. Tierney of Alexandria Bay. 26 28 41 73 46 14 43 34 68 78 81 25 33 10 11 12 !l At the close of the\ speaking Charles Luther, trustee of the church, presented Rev. Father O'Brien with a purse from the com- munity of Harrisville. A short re- sponse of gratitude to the people for their kindne ssduring the past twelve years was given by Rev. Father O'Brien. He asked the peo- ple to continue the wonderful com- munity spirit they have shown. A band concert was then enjoyed and' during it the Daughters of Isa- bella served ice cream and cake to all present. During his pastorate In Harris- ville. Rev. Father O'Brien built a GRASS FIRE The members of the fire depart- ment were called out shortly before clock yesterday to the Old Catholic cemetery on United States avenue to extinguished a grass fire. 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WEEKEND GE .—\\' Cartoon Barnyard Bunk\ Universal News Evening 25-40c with an outstanding: cast of favorites LCRSTTA YOUKG NORMAN FOSTEF ALINE MacMAHON GEORGE BRENT VIVIENNE OSBORNI 913 ' new church which cannot be cluplt»' Ph°n? 11 §§ Pl»tt»burgh Apple Crates SPECIAL SALE 15c each CAN BE USED FOR FRUIT OR VEGE- TABLES. LIMITED QUANTITY — BUY NOW LADDERS: SPECIAL PICKING LADDERS OF ALL KINDS, 6 to 20 FEET LONG. A. Mason & Sons, Inc. PERU PHONE 25 (S22-28) PLATTSBURGH PHONE 227

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