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The journal and Republican. (Lowville, N.Y.) 1929-current, December 12, 1973, Image 15

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Ten Car £ ^ ( ^ 8 . « » H n * oi m re a Feast,” . reading, «M *v*r Falla Grange win be \H e a rt Gifts \ and a thought December 18 at 8il5 for tbe day, “ Make a Howe W b . M r. and M rs. Albert a Home.\ Btgedtet, Turin, state de- A report of tbe regional pottes tor Lewis County, w ill conference beld at Pine “ * * - their official Walt at Grove Grange on November that time. Members are re­ vested to take their articles ® r Hie Mitten Tree to the meeting. , A discussion on winter eports highlighted the pro­ gram presented by Marlon Shaw, lecturer, at the meet­ ing held Nov. 29. Also on the program was a qnte, “Let's 26 was given by Master Nell M arolf and Martha Cam - pany was Installed as Flora. Members donated 34 Christm as gifts for tbe pa­ tients at the V eterans' Hos­ pital in Syracuse. TheCom - mlttee on Women's acHWties contributed wrapping paper, ribbon, bows and tags. Low ville Village Police, Stale Police and Lewis County S h e riffs Department are currently Investigating a string of ten automobile break-ins which occurred December 3-4. Nine occurred between the hours of 11:30 p.m. and 3 a,m. during the night of Mon­ day and Tuesday, December 3-4. Five automobiles park­ ed In the Kraft Foods park­ ing lot on Utica Boulevard were entered and a total of six tape players, tools and Come See Our New Deportment WE ARE NOW SELLING Mill Ends Some are already here. Many more to come. Beautiful first quality fabric at reduced prices. 1-3 yard pieces NEW REDUCED PRICES on many o f our fabrics. Here are two- Double K n it , ‘ r — 3 g ” £ Velvets beautiful co lo r * w m $4.69 and$4.99 *3.99 y d . L o w v i l l e S e w i n g C e n t e r ( 7568 S. State Street Phone 376-7013 < ^ 2 miscellaneous other items were stolen. Tbe c a rs were entered by either prying open windows o r breaking the glass. One vehicle wss en­ tered by the burglars using t cutting torch to melt the rubber seal around a win­ dow, On the sam e night, three cars were entered at the rear of the Western Auto Associate Store,StateStreet, and one at the rear of Oak- le’s Restaurant, Shady Avenue. The following night, the tenth vehicle was entered at ihe rear o f Oakte’s. Tape players and tools were re­ moved from the c a rs. Damage and stolen pro­ perty ts estimated at a few thousand dollars. Rehabilitation On Sugar Kiver The S o il C onservationSer- vtce has completed the major portion of a stream rehabili­ tation project on Sugar H iver at Constable vllle. There will be some shrub willows plant­ ed ln the spring, but the con­ struction worn ls a ll com­ pleted, Obstructions were removed from the stream channel and over 1300 tons of heavy rock rip-rap was placed cm the stream bank to protect It from atrean erosion. In addition, all disturbed areas were seeded to prevent erosion. 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Donald Duck, Bambi, Peter Pan, and many more, in J perm a n e n t storage can • S tereo Viewer • 2-D Projector 1.50 M TALKING VIEW-MASTER GIFT PAK II Stereo Viewer with sound, plus 3-0 view­ ing. 6 talking reels, 42 full-color 3-D pictures that talk. 2 . 9 5 00 YOU HAVE A CHARGE? GiatHh th e m o r e f o r y o u r m o n e y s w o r th s t o r e ~N WATERTOWN Grant Plaia IOWVHIE Grant Plase GOUVERNEUR Porter Ptaitt OGDENSBURG Park Plain POTSDAM Granf Ploia B o o k s I n R e v i e w b y S e e S e r g e s * JOURNAL A N D REPUBLICAN, LOWVILLE. N. V. o n W E D N E SDAV, DECEMBER 12. 1973 * ° Last Rites For Man The story 51 the Duke and Dutchess ot W indsor unfolds ln Christopher Hlbbert’s “ Edward, the Uncrowned King” (St, M a rtin’s Press, 1972). Combined wllh text, this delightful book Includes nearly 300 photos In a sort ol fam ily album style. Prince Edward, son of King George V and Queen Mary, was bom ln June 1894. Thrcgh King George, a true baby loner, was Joyed with the birth of his son, as Ed­ ward grew older his lather become morn and more d is­ pleased with the stubborn and independent nature emerging In his son. The author has noted It was the tragedy of Prince Edward’s young Ufe that he was 'not like his fa­ ther though his father was determined (b make him so. At 13, Edward was sent as a naval cadet to Osborne, then onto Dartmouth. He then enjoyed his first taste of tra­ vel and yet while ln Europe his Innate shyness became painfully acute. H is nervous mannerisms ami lack of con­ fidence, which unnervedKlng George, did seem to Improve after he'd later completed undergraduate work ln Ox­ ford. Though he was allowed on- ly a staff appointment during WWI, he yearned to be on the front and his visits to field hospitals were a com­ mon occurance. H is father, however, con­ tinued to treat him as a boy and In the coming years was hesitant to give Edward du­ ties other than those as am­ bassador. At this, Edward did become a success tn b is father’s eyes and his social conscience led to his betn one of the most popular Prince ol Wales that country had known. But the main problem re­ mained - the attitudes and Judgements of his son more often than that displaced the King. Then, enter W a llis Simp­ son and the start ota roman­ tic story which continued on through nearly 40 years of happiness. A moving book full of h is­ tory, insight, and hope for an often love-less world. Proud Parents M r. and M rs. William C, Darmody, Lowvlile, are the proud parents of a baby g irl, Kerry Lynn, born Nov. 20 at Lewis County General H ospi­ tal. Tbe funeral and burial for C y ril L'H u U ller, 75, Buf­ falo, a Croghan native, who died Nov. 25, were In Buf- . falo. Surviving are his widow, M rs. Alberta Motz L ’Hull- tterj a brother, Lyle, C ro­ ghan; three sisters, M rs, Francis (Felm a)Andre,Cro­ ghan, M rs. Desmond (Doro­ thy) C ain,Syracuse, and M rs. Duane (Pauline) Strife, Wa­ tertown. A brother and live sisters died earlier: Norber L ’- Hullller, M rs. Irene Sawyer, M rs. Buth Richter, M rs. Hyacinth Joerger, M rs. Gertrude M u rray, and M a ­ bel, who died at age 4. M r. L ’H u llller was a part­ ner ln the operation of the Open House Restuarant,Buf­ falo. 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