The distant hope that the 1940 Olympic Winter Games would be awarded to Lake Placid has been dashed by the Associated Press announcement that they will go to St. Moritz, Switzerland.
The Winter Games have been like an orphan child. They have found no home abroad until the ...
Parents, friends and well wishers of three boys who had been trapped on a ledge on Wallface for 32 hours sighed heavily with relief as three tired but happy-faced youths tramped forth from the trail at the Adirondack Lodge club to be fed, bundled up and taken to their homes ...
At a hearing before Justice Thomas Leahy of Lake Placid on Thursday, Aug. 30, a charge of second-degree manslaughter was brought against Thomas Wood, 50, of Lake Placid, in the case of the death of Miss Virginia Johnson, 14, resulting from a motorboat accident on Lake ...
Jay bridges close
As one enters the town of Jay from Wilmington, one sees the sign “Welcome to the Historic Town of Jay,” complete with a picture of its wooden covered bridge.
That bridge, along with the steel span Stickney Bridge, were “redlegged” by the state Department of ...
Lussi in London
Summer resident Gustave Lussi has been appointed figure skating instructor for next winter at the Richmond Ice Club in London, England. Formerly associated with the Minto Skating Club in Ottawa, he obtained the new position through the recommendation of Lord Bessborough, ...
U.S. president dies
News has been received that President Warren G. Harding died suddenly at 7:30 p.m. yesterday, Aug. 2. According to reports, death came while he was convening with members of his family, and according to officials statements, it was probably due to apoplexy.