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WEDNESDAY. XOV 17. 1948 ADIRONDACK DAILY ENTERPRISE. SABAKAC L'AKE, N. T: Boards Road near School The Board of Education of the Saranac Lake public schools at­ tended the Monday night meeting the Village Board at the vil­ lage offices to discuss the pro­ posed building of a highway,.con­ necting the Tupper Lake highway with the Lake Placid highway. The strip of road, on which con­ struction is planned to begin next June, is expected to come down Furman street past the Petrova avenue school, over Dorsey ter­ race and be connected by means CHINA - RUSSIA UNITY DOUBTED BY CONNALLY S e v e n D w a r f s ” w a s g u e s t sp e a k ­ e r a t th e L io n s clu b w e e k l y d i n ­ n e r m e e t in g held at 6 :3 0 la s t n i g h t at H o t e l S a r a n a c . M r . C o n n a l ly h a d s p e n t fo u r o f th e w a r y e a r s a s a p h o t o re c o n ­ n a is s a n c e p ilo t w ith th e F l y i n g T i g e r s in C h in a an d sp o k e to th e 28 a t t e n d i n g L io n s o n g e n e r a l c o n d itio n s o f th e eo u n t r v . H e d e s c r ib e d th e in t e r n a l s t r i f e a m o n g th e C h in e s e p e o p le in th e se c t io n s o f th e c o u n t r y h e ld by th e N a t i o n a li s t g o v e r n m e n t . D e s p i t e the g r e a t a m o u n t s o f U n it e d S t a t e s aid , h e re la t e d , th e r e w a s n o im p r o v e m e n t j n c o n d itio n s in C h in a b e c a u s e o f th e g r e e d an d g r a f t . T h e g o v e r n m e n t its e lf , h e told h is liste n e r s , w a s so rid d le d w ith g r a f t a n d g r e e d , an d th e N a t i o n ­ a li s t A r m y c o m p l e t e ly la c k i n g in d i s c ip l in e , th a t he h e ld little h o p e th a t th e y cou ld sta n d fo r lo n g a g a i n s t th e c u r r e n t R e d d r iv e . A q u e s t io n an d a n s w e r p e r io d fo llo w e d M r . C o n n a l l y 's ta lk . In re p l y to se v e r a l q u e s t i o n s b e a r ­ in g on R u s s i a an d its p l a c e in th e fu t u r e o f C h in a if sh o u l d w in , th e s p e a k e r sa id th a t h e d id n 't th in k R u s s i a w o u ld g e t a n y w h e r e . T h e U n i t e d S t a t e s h a d a l w a y s eortduet-ed - r e l a t i o n s - w ith C h i n a u n d e r a “ p l e a s e ” , h e sa id , a n d th e R u s s i a n s w e r e lik e l y to co m m a n d w h i c h w o u ld g e t th e m n o w h e r e w ith th e C h in e s e . A f t e r th e fo r m a l m e e t i n g th e -^ V b o a r d o f d i r e c t o r s g a t h e r e d to \ M d m i t A n d r e w M c G a r r a g h y to m e m b e r s h i p in th e o r g a n i z a t i o n . A ir. M c G a r r a g h y e n t e r s u i. .c r th e c l a s s i f i c a t i o n o f a t t o r n e y . JOHN GRIMES DIES SUDDENLY AT HOME HERE John Francis Grimes, who Tiad been confined to his home at 30 Franklin avenue for the past several days with an attack of flu, died suddenly about 10 df a viaduct over the Saranac river with the Placid highway. N e w York state engineers are j clock this morning following an expected to arrive in Saranac! unexpected heart attack. Mr. Lake next Monday at which t im e j Grimes was president and trea- the proposed road will be further discussed by the two boards an d the engineers at a special meeting. Other business of the meeting included authorization by the board of permission for Mayor A. B. 'eson with surer of the Upstate Broadcast­ ing Corporation. Mr. Grimes was born March 9, 19 0 2 in N e w York city the son of William and Marie Goslin Grimes. He received his early education at the Hoboken high And to sign a lease | school in New Jersey and later Mr. and Mrs. H a r la n d ‘ attended Fordam Law' school in B r a n c h fo r o n e y e a r an d op t io n ' N e w Y o r k , to r e n e w fo r fo u r y e a r s on an | H e fir s t ca m e to th is se c t io n a n n u a l re n t a l o f $50 0 w ith p r i - ; f o r h is h e a l t h in 1 9 1 7 at w h ich v i l e g e o f p u r c h a s e p r o p e r t y eon- - t im e h e w a s a p a t i e n t a t G a b r ie l s s i s t i n g o f a p p r o x i m a t e l y 10 7 a c r e s : s a n a t o r i u m . o n M o u n t P i s g a h . H e re t u r n e d to S a r a n a c L a k e T h e p r o p e r t y w i l l b e u s e d fo r ; f o r h is h e a l t h a g a i n in 1 9 J 2 an d re c r e a t i o n p u r p o s e s an d to p r o - ; m a d e h is h o m e h e r e fr o m th ^ t m o te s k i i n g an d sle d d in g an d w in - tim e on. te r s p o r t s a c t i v i t i e s in th is com - i O n N o v . 9, 19 3 9 h e w a s m a r r i - m u n ity . I e d in th is v i l l a g e to th e fo r m e r A re p o r t w a s re c e i v e d fro m th e j M i s s G r a c e C a s t le . N e w Y o r k s t a t e Commission o f j - F u n e r a l se r v i c e s w e r e incpm- j Coming and Going Dr. and Mrs. Richard Bellaire of 1 Forest-Hill avenue have re­ turned from Cleveland, O., where Dr. Bellaire attended the Inter­ national Post Graduate Medical association. R o b e r t B u c k l e y , fo r m e r l y o f S a r a n a c L a k e , w h o sp e n t th e s u m ­ m e r m o n t h s a t th e L a k e P l a c i d club, h a s le f t fo r th e w i n t e r m o n t h s w h i c h h e w i l l p a s s a t th e In d i a n C r e e k C o u n t r y clu b at M i a m i B e a c h , F l a . M a r t in F a v r o , J r . , o f 98 L a k e str e e t h a s le f t fo r C a m p P i c k e t t , V a „ w h e r e h e h a s s t a r t e d h is b a s ic tra i n i n g fo l l o w i n g h i s en listm fent in th e A r m y . R o y D a y t o n re t u r n e d y e s t e r d a y to h is h o m e a t 7 A c a d e m y s t r e e t fr o m N e w Y o r k c ity w h e r e he a t t e n d e d th e a n n u a l m e e t i n g ' o f th e T r u d e a q g s a n a t o r i u m tru s t e e s . M i c h a e l C o n n a l ly , a m e m b e r , o f th e c a s t o f “ S n o w W h ite an d th e - G e r r e b t iO n a p p r o v i n g th e v i l l a g n > l e t e at a la t e h o u r th is m o r n in j lo c k u p . | B e s i d e s h is w i f e M r . G r im e s is A c o m m i t t e e o f th e P a r e n t T ° a - su r v iv e d b y tw o c h ild r e n , Jo h n c h e r s A s s o c ia t i o n , h e a d e d by F r a n c i s a n d C h r i s t o p h e r S t e p h e n „ p r e s i d e n t T h o m a s H a n d . -aU&ndgfU -G r im e s , h is m o t h e r .- t w o b r o t h e r s . M r s . R o b e r t M c K i l l i p o f 72 P a r k a v e n u e h a s re t u r n e d a f t e r s p e n d i n g y e s t e r d a y in _ P la t t s b u r g . th e M o n d a y n i g h t m e e t in g a n d -D r . R o b e r t R . G r i m e s o f R id g e - a s k e d if th e v i l l a g e b o a r d w o u ld { f ie l d P a r k , N . J . , an d E l m e r W . c o n s id e r re c o m m e n d a t i o n o f pro- G r i m e s o f T e a n e c k , N . J . , an d g r a m s fo r an d su p e r v i s i o n o f th e one siste r , M r s . E d w a r d D u f f y T e e n s ’ C a n t e e n b y th e P T A . o f T e a n e c k . Live Wires Finish Details for Bazaar SERVICES FOR MR. TORRENCE B L O O M I N G D A L E , N o v . 17 — F u n e r a l se r v i c e s fo r E a r l A . T o r ­ re n c e , 64, w ill be con d u c t e d at 10 o’clo c k F r i d a y m o r n i n g fro m m e m b e r s S t . P a u l ’s C a t h o l ic c h u r c h in th is v i l l a g e . In t e r m e n t w ill fo l l o w in St. P a u l ’s c e m e t e r y . P a l l b e a r e r s w ill be Jo h n N o r m a n , K i n s l e y Sw in - h e R e d s I y e r , S r . , E a r l B e t t e r s , H a r o ld M a r t in , K i n s l e y S w i n y e r , J r . , an d P e t e r V a n c o u r . T h e L i v e W i r e s o f th e M e t h o ­ d ist c h u r c h m e t M o n d a y a t 8 o ’ c lo c k in rih e M e t h o d f s t c h u r c h p a r l o r s to- c o m p l e t e p l a n s fo r t h e i r a n n u a l F a l l B a z a a r w h ich w ill be h e ld in th e c h u r c h h a l l fro m 2 o ’ c lo c k on to m o r r o w a f t e r ­ noon . T h e m e e t in g w a s con d u c t e d by p r e s i d e n t R u s s e l l H e a l. A b o u t 25 o f th e o r g a n i z a t i o n w e r e p r e c e n t to a s s i s t in d e c o r a ­ tio n a n d a r r a n g e m e n t o f th e b o o t h s . T h i s y e a r th e g r o u p h a s in i t i a ­ ted tw o n e w b o o t h s , th e C o u n t r y S t o r e w h i c h w ill se ll h o m e m a d e re lis h e s , ro ll s a n d • o t h e r fo o d s ; an d th e P a r c e l P o s t booth , w h i c h D r . an d M r s . W . W a r r i n e r W o o d r u f f a n d th e i r d a u g h t e r , B a r b a r a , h a v e re t u r n e d to th e i r h o m e at 54 O ld M i l i t a r y ro a d . T h e y sp e n t sc v e T a l d a y s in N e w REBEKAHS TO DONATE JAMS AT CHRISTMAS M r s . S u e W h e a t , n o b le g r a n d , con d u c t e d th e r e g u l a r se m i­ m o n t h ly m e e t in g o f K iw a & s a R e b e k a h lo d g e a t 8 o’clo c k la s t e v e n i n g in O d d F e l l o w s h a l l. M e m b e r s w e r e a s k e d to d r a p e th e c h a r t e r fo r P a s t A s s e m b ly P r e s i d e n t E l i z a b e t h W e lls , w h o p a s s e d a w a y o n S e p t . 23, 19 4 8 at th e G r a n d L o d g e h o m e in Ith a c a w h e r e sh e h a d re s i d e d fo r th e p a s t s i x y e a r s . M r s . W e lls w a s a p p o in t e d to th e a s s e m b l y p o s t in 190 9 at S y r a c u s e , S h e w a n a m e m b e r o f th e R e b e k a h s fo r 64 y e a r s . P l a n s w e r e a n n o u n c e d fo r hold in g a S t a n l e y B r u s h p a r t y a f t ' Club Notes the P R O F E S S IO N A L N U R S E S The dinner m eeting of Professional Nurses clu b ,' pre­ viously announced for tomorrow night at the Elks club, has been postponed until next month. VFW M E E T IN G The Veterans of Foreign Wars will meet at 8 o’clock tomorrow evening at the Veterans’ Memor­ ial home. TROOP 5, GIRL SCOUTS1, T r o o p 5, G i r l S c o u t s w i l l m e e t a t 4 o ’ c lock to m o r r o w a f t e r n o o n at th e G i r l S c o u t h o u s e . JT Legion Seeks, P Woman Who PL* WreathsonMonurrie W h e n C o m m a n d e r Ja m e s R y a n a n d W i l l i a m K e r r o f th e A m e r i ­ c a n L e g i o n a r r i v e d a t R i v e r s i d e p a r k o n A r m i s t i c e D a y to p la c e a .w r e a t h o n th e m b iru m e n t o f A d i r o n d a c k sto n e e r e c t e d b y v e t ­ e r a n s to th e i r b u d d ies w h o w e r e lo s t in th e w a r , th e y fo u n d th a t so m e o n e h a d a l r e a d y p laced a w r e a t h o f re d an d w h i t e c a r n a ­ tio n s o n a n e v e r g r e e n bae quently to th e park ■' Brook. Going to the State sanadorfa^ y for further information ’V Legionnaires traced the w r e a ftts ^ to Miss Katherine Brizitis, a prac* N tical nurse who has been a nseu- v n her of the staff since 1924. Commander Ryan, on behalf o f the I-egion wrote a letter o f appreciation and thanks to ground at U * toot ot the mo „ J “ Ryan said that they understood •V j i ment. T h e two v e t e r a n s p la c e d ^ Legion wreath, ot Adirondack : I pine with two small Am erican! want („ thank her;. Legion, head said, \for her * th e D e c . 7 m e e t in g . A ll m e m b e r s i a c L a k e w ill m e e t a t 8 :3 0 o ’ c lo c k EXPLORER POST 59 > ,, , Explorer Post 59 will meet a t - S f r f A ? P: ,N ,h* i 7:30 o'clock this evening in the! £ vl r s;n ® «hp ’ * -houghtfuiness and we w a n t oth- Parish house of S t “ Luke’s i d^ rtc f ^ ve Z T T ^ ™ > rs t0 k n o ^ t o ^ h o m ““the W d i t c h u r c h - i r n m m i r p t f , bU m m e H sh o u ld g o fo r th e fr e s h wreaths C o m m a n d e r R y a n said , so m e o n e i A . * * ------------- . . j . a t th e fo o t of th e monument to ORATORIO SOCIETY - ; ; p ir e s n u i e a i h a-, u.s T h e O r a t o r io S o c i e t y o f S a r a n - t ,, ,, , . , | N a t u r a l l y , h e re la t e d , •’the j o u r lo s t c o m r a d e s ,” York city. D r . an d M r s . K i le H a r d e s t y h a v e re t u r n e d to 19 R i v e r s i d e d r iv e fro m K e y W e s t . F l a . T h e y a lso v i s i t e d in M i a m i an d C o r a l G a b l e s . M r . an d M r s . R i c h a r d T T B u c h - h o lz re t u r n e d S u n d a y fro m N e w Y o r k c ity w h e r e th e y w e r e m a r ­ rie d la s t T h u r s d a y . T h e y h a v e ta- i ken up re s i d e n c e in T u p p e r L a k e , ' a r e a s k e d to a t t e n d an d to brirt; a frie n d . D o n a t io n s o f ja m s an d je l i i e s fo r th e C h r i s t m a s ' p a r t y at th e Ith a c a h o m e w i l l be r e ­ ce iv e d a t th a t m e e t in g . F o r t y - t w o m e m b e r s an d one v i s i t o r w e r e p r e s e n t last n ig h t . A b u f f e t su p p e r w a s se r v e d un d n r to m o r r o w e v e n i n g in th e p a r i s h I , L e g i o n w a n t e d to d i s c o v e r an d ! A b o u t 1.2 0 0 ho u s e o f th e C h u r c h o f S t L u k e i t k a n k th e p e r s 0 n w h o P laced ! * * m a d e the B e lo v e d P h y s i c i a n . The c h a i r m a n s h i p o f M r s . E l i z a ­ b e t h B e l l , w h o w a s a s s i s t e d by M i s s H e l e n B e l l an d M r s . F l o r ­ e n c e P e t t i g r e w , M r s . B e l l p r e s e n t e d in d iv id u a l b i r t h d a y c a k e s to M r s . T h e l m a L a w r e n c e an d M r s . P e t t i g r e w in o b s e r v a n c e o f t h e i r — b iT ttrdrys d u r in g th is m o n t h . th e s e w f e a t h s on the m o n u m e n t an d k e p t it lo o k in g w e l l . ” B u t th e r e th e d i f f i c u l t y cam e — n o b o d y se e m e d to k n o w w h o clock ’ evening ’ i'rT th e ® ' a s P l a c i n 3 th e w r e a t h s at the P r e s b y t e r i a n c h u r c h h o u s e . : m o n u m e n t . F i n a l l y , fro m a police- g r o s s of pencils fro m a n average EXPLORER POST 9 E x p l o r e r P o s t 9 w i l l m e e t at Than, C o m m a n d e r R y a n “ le a r n e d GUILD CHESS CLUB ’ t h a t th e w r e a t h s w e r e b r o u g h t to T h e G u ild C h e s s clu b w ill m e e t the Park by a w o m a n w h o cam e at S o’clock th is e v e n i n g a t G u i ld ; in a ta x i . house. J A ‘search - o f - t a x i sta t i o n s end e d ________ a t S u s s e y ’ s w h e r e one o f th e dri- ARCHERY CLUB ; v e r s a d m i t t e d th a t h e k n e w the ~ T h e A d iro n d a c k A r c h e r y clu b ; w o m a n an d h a d d r iv e n h e r fre- w'ill m c e t at 6 :3 0 o’c lo c k th is e v e n i n g a t t h e - P i s h a n d G a m e at 4 o ’ c lock to m o r r M e m b e r s o f th e B loom ingd a lc i ^ j i xepXaee .the.- 0 .ld fashi.Q.ne.cl fire\ d e p a r tm e n e w i i r b e h o n o r a r y ; (bold- F ish Bowl. p a ll b e a r e r s a n d w i l l a t t e n d th e ) _______________________ s e r v i c e s in a b o d y . H e w a s a | - « « - t • j- fir e m a n h e r e fo r m a n y y e a r s . | MOOSe L lS l More M r . T o r r e n c e w a s b o m on M a y A i d e S a t S l i p p e r 29, 18 8 4 in H a r r i e t s t o w n . th e so n _________ _ o f H e n r y a n d A n n e M o o d y T o r - Ja m e £ . P e a c o c k > c h a i r m a n o f th e re n c e . H e w a s a c a r p e n t e r an d M o o s e s u p p e r w h i c h w a s h e ld ia g c h a s .en liste d in .the A r m y . . l o r p e r io d o f th r e e y e a r s an d h a s i ■uid e ^ b y ^ trade an d h a d ^ ^ n em - g u n d a y n i g h t a t th e O d d F e l l o w s ’ t j ~ H a h —o n M a in s t r e e t , to d a y a n ­ n o u n c e d a d d i t io n a l n a m e s o f as- p l o y e d at th e E s s e x C o u n t y ja i l in E l iz a b e t h t o w n sin c e J u l y 16 , 19 4 5 . B e s i d e s h i s w i f e , th e fo r m e r K a t h l e e n N o r m a n o f B l o o m i n g ­ d a l e , h e is s u r v i v e d b y a sin ter, M r s . N o r a C a m p b e l l o f S w a n t o n , V t ., a n d tw o c o u s in s , w ith w h o m h e re s i d e d fo r m a n y y e a r s . T h e y a r e M r s . F r a n k B a k e r a n d M r s . C a r l A b b o t t o f V e r m o n t v i l l e . T h e b o d y w i l l re p o s e a t th e h o m e o f M r . an d M r s . K i n s l e y S w i n y e r in V e r m o n t v i l l e u n t i l tim e o f c e r v ic e s . M r s . S w i n y e r is M r s . T o r r e n c e 's s i s t e r . MAN, 72 PERISHES IN FIRE G O U V E R N E U R , N o v . 1 7 (IP) s i s t a n t s a t th e S u p p e r . F r o m th e W o m e n o f th e M o o se c a m e M r s . A m e l i a S u s s e y . M r s . D e l l a W ile t t e , M r s . V i v i a n S t r i n g - h a m an d M i s s F r a n c e s S t r m g - h a m to a i d in s e r v i n g th e 300 g u e s t s ? F r i t z O h m a n a lso a s s i s t e d in s e r v i n g a n d M r . a n d M r s . C h a r l e s F i n n w o r k e d in th e k i t ­ c h e n a s d i s h w a s h e r s . T h e s u p p e r w a s so su c c e s s f u l th a t a f t e r 84 pou n d s o f tu r k e y an d 2 3 p i e s h a d b e e n c o n s u m e d b y 300 p e o p le th e c o m m i t t e e w a s fo r c e d to close th e d o o r s an d c e a s e s e r v i n g . — M y r o n O. A p p l e , 7 2 . p e r is h e d ! v i lle . N e i g h b o r s th e o r i z e d th a t la s t n i g h t in a fir e th a t d e s t r o y - [ t h e v i c t i m , w h o liv v e d a lo n e , m a y ed h i s h o m e a t n e a r b y S o m e r - ; w h i le p r e p a r i n g su p p e r . NCING CLAS& M r . an d M r s . G e o r g e II. L a P a n an d son. R i c h a r d , h a v e re t u r n e d to 20 B a k e r stre e t . M r s . L a P a n an d R i c h a r d v i s i t e d r e l a t i v e s in P a w l i n g o v e r th e w e e k e n d w h i l e M r . L a P 3 n a t t e n d e d th e a n n u a l t r u s t e e s ’ m e e t in g o f T r u d e a u s a n ­ a t o r i u m . Martin Favro Joins Army for 3 Years M a r t in F a v r o , J r . , o f th is \il- Marine Group Votes Meeting Place, Dates | c lub. at th e hom o of M r s . B e so n o f 6 S o u t h H o p e st: ':3 0 o 'c lo c k th is the H i g h sch o o l. 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