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John Willam Trump - Lake Erie Steamer Discovers Body Of Last...
Lake Erie Steamer Discovers Body Of Last Missjng Local Fisherman Counties Receive Money From Fuel .Payment of '$141,990.82 has been made to Washington County and $28,060.47 to Greene County by the State Department of Revenue as their snare ot a j7.3 minion refund to counties throughout the state from liquid fuels tax collec-I tions during the first half of 1957. The Department said the money must be spent by the county com-jmissioners within the corporate limits of their counties, for main tenance of county roads and bridges. The funds are allocated to townships, boroughs and cities within the county at the discretion of the commissioners not the Turn to Page 8, Number 4 Shoots Spree Resuscilafor Arrives Too Late Local firemen answered a call for a rcsuscitator at the home of' Frank Navrotski,! 434 Blaine Ave., 1:30 p.m. on Friday afternoon. Navrotski, 64, died unexpectedly following a lingering illness. John Sklarski Identified The body of the last of four Washington County fishermen who drowned last month in Lake Erie was recovered last night by a lake steamer. The Erie County coroner's office identified the body as that of John Sklarski, 35, of 425 Giffin Ave. Previously recovered were the bodies of John W. Trump, 26 and Leslie Pierce, 36, both of Canonsburg, and Stanley Vulcer, 36, of Lawrence. The body of the third of four Canonsburg area men drowned in Lake Erie" last month was recovered Friday near Erie. The Erie coroner's office identified the body as that of John William Trump, 26, of 615 McNary St., father of two small children. It was found by crew members of the Navy reserve patrol boat, '"Hollidaysburg," in the water five miles west of Presque Isle Peninsula. His body was found in the same locale where that of his companion, Leslie W. Pierce, 36, of 245 N. Central Ave., was recovered Wednesday. Last week, the body of Stanley Vulcer, 36, of Lawrence, was found off the shore of Conne- aut, Ohio. Trump was tiic owner of the home made cabin cruiser in which the men were sailing" when they encountered a storm on the lake on May 11. The wrecked boat was Turn to Page 8, Number 6 FIREMEN LAUNCH DRIVE FOR FUNDS Fire is always an imminent threat to a city and Canons burg is not excluded from this category. Fire-fighting equipment must be purchased but much of the burden of fighting fires still rests with the volunteer firemen. Starting today the Canonsburg Volunteer Fire Department is launching its annual drive for sufficient funds to man the department and wipe out the remaining debt that lingers over its head in last year's purchase of a new fire truck. Firemen of the Borough will hold games every night in the Eagles Lodge at 7:45 and the public is urged to back the fire department in this financial drive. A full week of social games is planned and will be climaxed with a house to house canvass on Saturday and a big Firemen's Parade on Saturday night. Churches and Fraternal organizations of the Borough are foregoing their activities so that the firemen can be supported wholeheartedly. Very few families in the Borough and on the fringes of the town can say that they have not called in the Volun-Turn to Page 8, Number 1

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  1. The Daily Notes,
  2. 17 Jun 1957, Mon,
  3. Page 1

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