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PAGE FOUR THURSDAY, JANUARY 15, iv«z • ObDENSBURG JOURNAL. MRS. ADDIE CLARK DEAD Mrs. Addie Clark, 63, wife of London Clark, Antwerp, died at 12 midnight Tuesday in Watertown hospital where she had been a pa- tient since Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Clark was formerly Mrs, Addie Kellar of Evans Mills. i FIREMEN CALLED OCT No. 1 firemen were \ called\ but yesterday at 3; 45 p.m. to Jake Miller's junk yard where a blaze had broken out. The fire was ex- tinguished before any damage was done the firemen reported. J JANUARY ffRUG SAV Ford Phone 32 1 F MINERAL OIL »«) PINT I8« PEROXIDE M-N . \* FATHER JOHN'S MEDICINE Ik 73° WOODBURY SOAP . 4 CWK 23« FACIAL TISSUES . 200 m 7* SANITARY NAPKINS(££)2*!«25* DR. LYON'S VSSm so SKE 13* PAPER TOWELS «SSS 6 C EPSOM SALT POUND 7 C BARBASOL £ 13° GILLETTE Reg. in OQC BLADES 49c 10 FOR OV K 0 T EX Box of 12s 25° VITALIS\\'S«\\ 3 C NIL'S5S SI? 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Q. 7c I WITH TrilS COUPON O i I 17,000-Ton Jap Liner Sunk By U. S. Sub BULLETIN Washington (AP) The navy announced today that a 17,000-ton Japanese merchant liner had been sunk by an l American submarine. Two Canadian trainer planes flew over 1 the city this morning at 9:45 but observers at the local air- port said there was nothing to re- port to official headquarters. Chief Pilot Leo> McCaffrey and his staff keep on the alert day and night for passing planes but up to the pres- ent nothing, but routine flights has been made over this area. The planes which caused a flood of reports from all sections Tues- day night are now believed to have come from Wheeler Field at Pine Camp, where night maneuvers are under way. Several planes from the camp were in the air Tuesday night. The one that flew low over Gouvernemr, causing the whole town to ton out and rush to the airport, came from Pine Camp. A single-motored Royal Cana- dian Air Force training plane, lost in a snow storm over Kingston, Ont., while on a training flight from Ottawa, Ont., landed on the outer \edge of Croghan at 11:30 Wednesday' morning and nosed over in a plowed field. The plane circled the village three times before settling down on a field owned by Leon Virkler. The vessel was of the fast Ya- wata class, owned and operated by the NYK lines, and probably con- vertible into an aircraft carrier. No ottter details of. the sinking were supplied. The Navy said also in a com- munique: \The menace of enemy subma- rines off -the east coast of the United States remains substan- tial.\ / A Navy spokesman said at least one vessel of the Yawata class of three ships, frequent visitors to west coast ports, had been verted Into an aircraft carrier, but it was not known whether this was the on- sent to the bottom. The communique, untimed, read: \Far East: '.'A 17,000-ton Japanese merchant ship of the Yawata class has been sunk bv an American submarine\. \There is nothing to report from other Pacific areas. \Atlatnic area: \The menace of enemy subma- rines off the east coast of the United States remains substantial. ^There is nothing to report from con-' other Atlantic areas.\ Pine Camp Planes Making Night Flights Over Area It nosed over in the snow when the wheels struck a furrow. The crew to two climed out unhurt and said they planned to take off as soon as possible after the ship is towed to a suitable field. Lieutenant L. C. Fisher, pilot, and Private H. E. Prig, told per- sons at the scene of the emergency landing that they were lost. Later they reported their where- abouts to Canadian air officials and a United-States air corps me- chanic from Wheeler :Fiehr, Pine Camp, was, sent to the scene to examine the plane for damage. PARTS of Northern New York experienced an \air attack\ Tues- day night. The planes were those of the 91st Observation Squadron, Pine Camp, launching their first night maneuvers. The planes took off at Wheeler Field, Pine Camp, at 6:45, and flew over this area until about 10. <&- H®> VISITS PARENTS . k> : <$> M Private Walter Hammond who is stationed at Fort Jackson, S. C., has returned to camp after spend- ing a 15 day furlough with his par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Ham- mond of Rensselaer Falls. Private Hammond volunteered and en- tered the service Feb. 28, 1941. He attended school specializing in message center work and at pres- ent is working in the headquarters message center. RALPH HENRY FOUND DEAD AT HIS HOME Ralph Henry, 51, was found dead this morning at his home on the Northrup Corners Road about four miles from this city. Among his survivors are his mother, • four brothers, Edward Henry, of the Canton Road; John, of St. Johnsville; James, and Wil- liam Henry of Rensselaer Falls. . Mr. Henry was born in the Town of Lisbon. K ALLEN'S ANNUAL FUR COAT SALE Is Your Opportunity WE CANNOT BE TOO EMPHATIC—FOR THIS WINTER AND WINTERS TO COME ... BUY NOW! SAVE UP TO 30% •Caraculs • Muskrats • Northern Seals • Beavers •Persians ALL COATS DRASTICALLY REDUCED AND REMEMBER! PRICES ARE DEFINITELY GO- ING TO BE HIGHER. I I I NEW 10% FEDERAL RETAILERS' EXCISE TAX ON JEWELRY, ETC., AND CERTAIN TOILET PREPARATIONS WILL BE ADDED TO PRICES Attention Trappers! We Are Ready to Purchase 10,000 Muskrat Skins to Use in Manuf ac- ing New Coats HIGHEST PRICES PAID! EXPERT YEAR AROUND FURRIER SERVICE CLARKSON GRADUATION MOVED AHEAD Potsdam—Clarkson College of Technology has adopted an accel- erated program to aid the national defense program and make avail- able trained men for government and defense services, it was an- nounced Tuesday afternoon by of : ficials. An announcement, authorized by the board of trustees of Clarkson on the recommendation of the executive committee of the faculty, follows: \In view of the war situation the commencement date will be ad- ve -ed from June 1 to May 11. The April vacation will be canceled and all classes except the seniors will complete their work on May 30 instead of June 6. In order to make it possible for students to complete the course in three years, it is the intention to operate through the summer, according to the recommendations of the So- ciety for the Promotion of Engi- neering Education, and of the As- sociation of American Colleges if these recommendations are favor- ably acted on by the federal gov- ernment and if the state depart- ment of education takes such ac- tion in regard to high schools as to mate this program effective.\ Pull cooperation has been pledged by Clarkson to the federal government for the duration of the war and the college has offered its facilities to aid in filling the de- mand for engineers and technical men. Clarkson seniors and juniors who act on the offer to join the naval reserves will be interviewed and examined early next month by a board of naval officers. MISS HALEY ENGAGED TO L W00DRING Mr. and Mrs. James W. Haley of Easton, Pa., announce the en- gagement of their daughter, Miss Eleanor Haley, to Leroy Woodring, son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Wood- ring of Phillipsburg,- Pa. Miss Haley is formerly of Og- denslmrg. She left this city with her parents when they went to Easton to reside. A graduate of Wilson High School in that city, she is employed in the office of the Dixie Vortex Company of Easton. Mr. Woodring is a graduate of Phillipsburg High School and is employed by the Treadwell Engi- neering Company of Phillipsburg. No date has been set for the wed- ding. The ceremony will take place at Easton. ' , .*.' %&v* JA? HUNTING ummm- N© i.ll«iiTS A reporter who dropped into the Army recruiting office in the Cus- toms building here, found the -unusual, 'sign bearing skull and cross- bones, shown in pictui'e above, hanging in the room. It was erected by Sergeant Nelson S. Brackett, local recruiting%fficer who is also shown in picture; J;. WPA ALLOTS $69^61fllOR~ROAnS M TOWN OF MORRISTOWN Washington—A town-wide WPA project to improve roads in the town of Morristown, St. Lawrence County, has been designated by President Roosevelt for inclusion COMING EVENTS «- MASSENA WINS HOCKEY MATCH Massena—Massena High School hockey team bagged another vic- tory in the Northern New York league here Wednesday afternoon, I defeating Saranac Lake, 7 to 0. It I was the second win in'a row for the (Red Raiders and the first league ! defeat for the Saranac Lake club, i Gpalies Frank Yuehno and Jim- Imy Smith of the Raiders handled ! their part of the job well, turning back many attempted Saranac Lake tallies. Yuehno worked the first two periods and Smith the final stanza. ' Albert Giroux made three of the goals and two assists; Conrad Archambeault came through with one goal and four assists while George Rakoce made two tallies and one assist; Jack McConnell made one tally and Pete Paquin one assist. Raiders tallied three times in the first period, four more in the sec- ond but failed to chalk up a point in the final period even after hav- ing a free shot awarded after a foul play. «> LADIES AID The Congregational Ladies Aid will meet with-Mrs. Frank Sharp, 600 Crescent St., Thursday, Jan. 15 for a covered dish supper at 6:30. Please bring table service.- All ladies are welcome. in the Work Projects Administra- tion program for the 31st Congres- sional district, Representative Clarence E. Kilburn was advised today. The work includes* clearing and grubbing, widening, making cuts- and fills, grading, ditching, exca- vating, building shoulders and backslopes, erecting traffic signs, installing drainage structures and guide posts, placing base, surfac- ing, and performing incidental and appurtenant work. \ A Federal allotment of $69,610 has been\; set aside .for the project which is sponsored by the Town of Morrjstpwn. - • CULDEAN 1 LADIES Will meet with Miss Lena Wright, 609 Washington St., Fr> day evening, Jan. 16, to sew for the Red Cross. RED CROSS The surgical dressing unit of the St. Lawrence County Red Cross Chapter will resume work Monday, Jan. 12, at the Ogdensburg Public Library. Work room will be open Monday through Friday from 2 to 4 p.m. PYTHIAN SISTERS A regular meeting of the Pyth- ian Sisters will he held on Thurs- day, Jan. 15. SOCIAL EVENING Thurs., Jan. 15, 8 p.m., St. Mary's-^ Gym. Door and cash prizes: * VFW AUXILIARY VFW Auxiliary covered dish sup- per and social eyening Friday eve- ning, Jan. 16, at 6:30 p.m. at their hall. Members please hring table service. MASSENA WOMAN DIES AT HOSPITAL Mrs. William Thomas, 62, of 4 I Warren Ave., Massena died at Hepburn Hospital last night a day after she had been admitted. The body was taken to that vil- lage for funeral services. • Three Stores To Serve You Watertown Ogdensburg — Massena' CAR WRECKED IN ACCIDENT A car owned by Ivan Lawrence, Lisbon, R. D. was seriously dam- aged yesterday in an accident. The owner escaped with a cut on the forehead. The wrecked, machine was towed to a local garage. • • FALSE TEETH That Loosen Need Not Embarress Many wearers of false teeth have suffered real embarrassment because their plate drqpped, slip- ped or wabbled at just the wrong time. Do not live in fear of this happening to you. Just sprinkle a little FASTEETH, the alkaline (non-acid) powder, on your plates. Holds false teeth more firmly, so they feel more comfortable. Does not sour. Checks \plate odor\ (den- ture breath). Get -FASTEBTH at any diug store^- CHURCH GROUPS The Culdean and Rainbow Clubs of the First \Pi esbyterian - Church will meet together for a' covered dish supper at 6:30 on Monday, Jan. 19 in the church parlors. A play will feature the program. COVERED DISH SUPPER And Social Evening Moose Hall, Thurs., Jan. 15. Supper 6:30 p.m. Public invited. CHURCH GROUPS The Culdean and Rainbow Clubs oi 4' First Presbyterian Church dish supper' at '6:30 on Monday, Jan. 19 in the.church parlors. A play will feature the program. Members please bring * covered dish ftr-d table service. COVERED DISH. SUPPER And Social Evening.Moose Hall, Thurs., Jan. 15 sponsored by the women of the Moose. Supper 6:30 p.m. Public invited. INSTALLED BY R.R GROUP New officers of Royai Neighbor Camp 5091 were installed at a cov- ered dish supper and meeting held in the headquarters last night with a large attendance' on hand. The supper was served in honor of the retiring and incoming oat cers. Mrs. Gertrude Morley served as installing officer and Mrs. Lu- cille Kennedy as ceremonial mar- shal during the evening. . ' ' Oracle for 1942. of the camp is Mrs. Florence LeBeau. Also in- stalled last night were the follow- ing: Vice oracle, Mabel Seeley; past oracle, Anna Mays; recorder, Ger- aldine Ashley; receiver., Helen Ari- able; marshal, Lucille Kennedy; assistant marshal, Loretta Oliver; inner sentinel, Helen Morley; out- er sentinel, Fanny Lovely; mana- gers, Gertrude Morley, Elsie' Da- vidson, Josephine Rheaume; flag- bearer, Marie Thouin; Faith, daisy LeFlair; Courage, Evelyn'Elliott; Modesty, Helen Bean; Unselfish- ness, Leona LeFlair; Endurance; Alice Compeau; musician, Flor- ence Tyo; degree mistress, Delia Durant; juvenile mistress, Lucille Kennedy. During the evening Neighbor Gertrude Needle presented a U. S. flag to the flag bearer which was received with many thanks. Neighbor Oliver who retired as re- corder after seven years of serv- ice turned over that office to. Gej- aldin'e Ashley after expressing her thanks for cooperation to all mem- bers. SOCIAL EVENING Wed. Jan. 15. Lochren's, 213 Og- den St. LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS Members of the League of Wom- en Voters will meet on Wednes- day, Jan. 21 at 2:30 at the home of Mrs. Harold J. Frank, 618 Greene St.\ TELEPHONE EMPLOYE BURNED BY GASOLINE Earl Beehe, employe of the New York Telephone Company, suf- fered burns oh his hands' when a can of gasoline ignited in the com- pany's garage here Tuesday. The fire was said to have been caused by a car backfiring. Dr. E. Gar- field Claxton dressed Beebe's in- juries and he was able to resume his duties as foreman, of the ga- rage yesterday. An Expectorant lor COUGHS -that's a \Honey\ Compounded from Tare Canadian Pine Balsam, Menthol, Glycerine, Irish Moss and other splendid in- gredients. Buckley's CANADIOL Mixture is ' different—more effect- ive—faster in action. Get a bottle today—take a teaspoonfui, let it lie on your tongue a moment then swallow slowly—feel its powerful effective action spread thru throat, head and bronchial tubes. Coughing spasm ceases for right away it starts to loosen up thick choking phlegm and open up clogged bron- chial tubes. Now you'll know why over 10 million bottles of Buck- ley's have been sold, in cold, win- try Canada. ' \. Coodhart Drug; Pagano and youi own druggist has thiSi, great Cana dian discovery. ^ fflirrJrrwriimB-^iyjywiw \5SS? L.'JL\.maiyww*

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