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1., four VWILKE3-BAKRE RECORD, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1945 BRIEF MENTION Yule Travel Today's ' Anniversary On De To Be Tough I V 5 -'MS WILCES-BARKS ill Former Dupont Pastor Dies Rev. Francis Kurkowski Succumbs in Rectory at Forest City RailroaHs Assigning More cember 12, 1911, Russia abandoned her claim of having a right to extend the ' limit of her territorial waters from three to 12 miles. Named Crusade Chairman Rev. Robert W. Lancaster, city, was named chairman of the executive committee of the Christ for America Crusade at a meeting of that organization last night in YMCA, Scranton. Cars to Bring Veterans From West Coast Harris Oatftf are and Cnpply Co. KINGSTON OOBNXS9 ,k oy in Hospital The GIFTS condition of Mrs. Genevieve Gilboy, 125 North Main Street, chief clerk in the office of tax collector. . Rev. Francis X. Kurkowski, 61, formerly pastor of Sacred Heart Church, Dupont, and now pastor Increasing demand forbears to move troops will result In fewer passenger cars for college students -- Wilkes-Barre City, who submitted in a sprmns nrwrntinn in a TSJpu and others returning to their homes for the Christmas holiday, I York Hospital a week ago, is given .for the as "lair." Miss t rances GUboy is with her mother. railroad companies warned yester CHILDREN of Sacred Heart Church, Forest City, died suddenly last night of a heart attack in the rectory. Rev. Father Kurkowski was first assistant pastor of Sacred Heart Church, Scranton, and in March 1916 was named pastor of Sacred Heart Church, Dupont, where he served until February day. Some of the companies have Five Arrive At Indiantown Gap-Five more county servicemen have arrived at Indiantown Gap from where thev will be redeDlov- been so pressed that many pas senger cars have been dratted from the Lehigh Valley and Jersey 10, 1945. ed following furloughs. They were Bertrand L. Hodgdon, Wilkes-Barre; Georee Voytush. Nanticoke: After his service at Dupont, he was sent to St. Mary's Church at Blossburg, and in February 1942 Central Railroads. These cars were moved rapidly to the West Coast where thousands of returned troops daily await Leo J. Swantek and John F. Stra- was sent to Sacred Heart Church, cuzzi Hazleton; John J. Pecora, Freeland. Forest Citv. The funeral will be held Satur 1 n S i. J MAS A W?CrWr'k,ti transportation to discharge centers, thence home. The Jersey Central lines took Body Not Recovered The bodv day morning with a pontifical ' is bottom Shuffle Board Sets $2.95 Dart Boards . . . .$1.50 Microscope Sets .$5.00 Peg Sets . .$1.00, $2.50 Noma Wood Trains .......$2.00 Team and Wagon $5.95 Tug Boats $2.25 Boats 85c, $1.35 Wood Lawn Mowers $3.00 Ferris Wheels . . .$2.00 Farm Jeeps $1.25 Logging Trucks .$2.00 of a Hanover Township man who 76,326 troops returning from 8 COLLECTJ0NTOI83Sa.l Europe into Camp Kilmer during mass at 10:30 by Bishop William J. Hafey, bishop of the Scranton Diocese. Translation service will be held Friday afternoon at 4. II. was reported to have fallen from the Wilkes-Barre Connecting Railway Bridge on December 4 has not been recovered, authorities said November. This compares with 45.365 carried by the road in BADMINTON SETS With Four Rackets S14.C3 SI6.C0 $18X3 Set Badminton Rackets October. , lNSTt WEARIH6 STAfiS - TtfltTAM GfcWJUl as, a a m a atrki Asir eift The Lehleh Valley carried 60.000 ISfE.1" oi su;lfflJRLEY INQUIRY T .vndwnnrt urns wnlkincr tho troctloi WEAK a um caKKiiwm wis. sum COUTalUllkV troops during November, including trips to Camp Kilmer and Samp VIRTUALLY ENDED AM FROM TmE LENGTH or the EARRING Q f22 HIS HANK CM U TOtP BUTTONS U Jf AUKi son Naval Training Station. with a nephew, Ray T. Putrocailo, 19, of Chester, when the accident occurred. 55.C3 $5.50 S7.C3 Gustan Dueler Dies Gustan Dueler. 64. of 53 lames CLOTHING WORKERS Committee Fails to Take Vote on Charges Pittston GOP S8.C3 Shutila Cocks 35c - 60c ea. Street, Pittston, died last night aU WIN PAY INCREASE o.jj m. x-iiisiun nospuai, a lew minutes after admittance. The pressure for additional cars is expected to continue as more and more troops are released from service and holiday crowds will find less accomodations, the railroads warned. Chicago, Dec. 11 UP) A railroad official said today withdrawal of an additional 1,000 passenger cars from civilian service to be used as troop transports will make it virtually impossible for civilians to travel by rail during the holiday season except under conditions of extreme hardship. Charles H. Buford, vice-presi mi Celebrates MARRIAGE LICENSE APPLICATIONS Here's a new arrival from Oomphies, a sandal - of - a - scuff of rayon satin with multicolor embroidery. In Royal Blue or Wine $2-75 Always Extra Value at Walter's Owner-Operated Reliable Shoe Store 23 Public Square Union and Manufacturers Agree on New Pact Washington, Dec. 11 CD The Senate Foreign Relations Committee virtually ended its investigation of the Patrick J. Hurley case today. Theoretically, the inquiry into charges by the fiery Oklahoman, former Ambassador to China, still 350 Republicans at Dinner George Sutton Dorothy Kline dent of the Association of Amerl remains open. No vote was taken Honoring Mayor-Elect Frank Horan Stillwater Sweet Valley Kingston Kingston can Railroads, said at a press Walter J. Owens Nancy Thomas Richard C. Bantle conrerence the withdrawal had been ordered by the Office of De New York, Dec. 11 ,&) The Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America (CIO) and the Clothing Manufacturers Association of the United States announced tonight in a joint statement they had in the closed committee session. Practically, members let it be known, there won't be any more hearings and there is litte or no fense Transportation to move as Wilkes-Barre Wilkes-Barre Kingston Beverly J. Seaman Charles H. Hewitt Leah E. SJusser many troops from the West Coast to their home areas as possible Circus Wagons . .$1.25 Circus Horses . . .$1.19 Circus Elephants $119 Little Nurse Sets $2.00 Wash Tub and Board $1.00 Wheel Barrows . .$1.Q0 Wall Blackboards $1.00 Easel Blackboards $6.95 Dump Trucks . . .$2.00 Airplanes .$1.35, $2.00 Maple Blocks 75c Art Sets ..$1.00, $1.50 Little Mould Sets $1.00 Games 85c, $1.00, $1.25 More than 350 Pittston Republicans attended the victory dinner by Christmas. Buiord came to Chicago to last night at the Elks Home, Bush F. Marston Wanda G. Vishnefskl Zenas Bennett Ruth Mace Pittston, honoring Mayor-elect work out with Navy, Army, ODT, and railroad officials the car withdrawal, which, he said, was in addition to another 1,000 cars al Frank Horan, who with his run Joseph Ahouse Table Tennis Equipment Balls 15c, 20c ea. Bats SOc Nets 60c - $1.50 ueriruae a. t;s&er ning mates, defeated the strong chance of action on a resolution by Senator Wherry (R-Neb) for a full investigation of the State Department. Hurley resigned two weeks ago today with a declaration that career diplomats, here and in Chungking, had tried to sabotage the policies he was instructed to carry out. These included bolstering the Chinese Nationalist Government and effecting a reap-proachment between Chiang Kai-Shek and the Communists in Northern China. Wilkes-Barre Washington Washington Humbolt Humbolt Wilkes-Barre Wilkes-Barre Charleston Wilkes-Barre Kingston Edwardsvllle Wilkes-Barre WUkes-Barre Drums Conyngham Herman F. I.ykins located to troop use a few weeks agreed on wage increases and other benefits for 150,000 clothing workers throughout the country. The statement estimated the increased wages and other benefits would cost the industry $60,000,000 annually. The statement was Issued by Sidney Hillman, president of the union; Raymond Reiss, president of the Manufacturers' Association; Victor Riesenfeld, chairman Of the Association Labor Committee, and David Drexhsler, association general counsel. Democratic organization in the Mary E. L. Rlelly ago. He estimated about 35 per November elections. cent, of all coach seats and about Principal speaker was District Attorney Leon Schwartz, who spoke on the Constitution and also made some remarks on present 75 per cent, of all sleeping car beds now were in military use exclusively. Auto Maintenance day crime. NORTHLAND Ralph P. Chesluk Margaret E. Shamis George Walton Jeanne M. Williams Howard Kisenweather Mary A. Casner Harry L. Weisman Dorothy Robinson Martin Paulina, Jr. Marie Chambers Joseph Zedalls Sophia E. Wlenckoskl Joseph J. Urevltch Mary A. Baransky John C. Kehoe. veteran political The agreement provides a gen New Larksville Theater SKIS leader who has been credited with engineering the GOP victory in Pittston, was not present but sent BENNETT Men to Hold Party eral ao cent an nour wage increase and other increases ranging up to 25 per cent, above previous Will Reopen Tonight a letter ot congratulations which scaies, six paia Holidays and an Baltimore Passaic, N. J. Edwardsvllle Philadelphia Warrior Run Warrior Run Swoyervllle Swoyervllle Bloomsburg Lattimer Mines Glen Lyon Exeter hardware; co was read at the dinner. A letter Members of Wyominsr Vallev Arrangements have been com old-age retirement fund supported by management through a three Auto Maintenance Association was also read from John Shivell, GOP chairman of the Third Dis completed plans for a Christmas pleted for the formal reopening of the New Larksville Theater at 87-89 East Luzerne Avenue, Larks 4 AND 6 NO-MAIN ST fotablished 1826 Dial 3-0151 party to be held Thursday night at a meeting last night In Hotel Red- per cent, of payroll levy. Housing Shortage Irks Richard C. West Doris E. Faust Thomas R. Repot ski Irene M. Fienauri Lawrence F. Coburn Harris Tweed Coats Tailored by Joseph May St Sons of London and Leeds. Colors Are Brown Heathers and Light Brown Checks v Harris Tweeds are Standing Favorites Get Tours Now ville, which reopens tonight with ington. the presentation "You Came sitiC Experts Kingston Pen and pencil sets were Dre- Mable R. Anderson Elizabethtown, Ky. Conference of Mayors sented to Thomas Franklin, city, and Carl Lucetti. Exeter. Francis trict, who is ill. Others who spoke included: Michael Yeosock, clerk of courts-elect; Henry Dietrick, prothoho-tary-elect; Dr. Robert Stroh, controller-elect; David Thomas, jury commissioner-elect; Charles J. In-fantino and John Allerdyce, successful candidates for Pittston city council; Edward James, Pittston GOP chairman, and Martin Yarrish, who presided, outlined New York, Dec. 11 (JP). Gen James N. Siegfried Wilkes-Barre Aileen E. Clarke Wilkes-Barre John Boyder, Jr. Weston Esther M. Zlerdt Weston Wilson B. Nanstlel Wilkes-Barre Evelyn B. Williams Wilkes-Barre Twp. umar Bradley, director of the Vet clinics scheduled for 1946 and told the assemblage just how beneficial they will be to the automotive BjSjBSBBBBBBBBBaSBV UAuIB T1S Along." The management, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Emashowski, have spared no expense for the new theater which is a marked improvement over the previous theater they successfully operated for several years. One of the latest screens has been installed and, in addition, the latest projection equipment has been added. The theater floor is erans Administration, told the United States Conference of trade. James G. Jones was admitted to membership. Mayors todav that legislation 40J m. . COMMITS W. O. Ernst, O, Finnan, campaign manager and should be passed to prevent vet sss a. Honored guests were Cant. Wal Hazleton Hazleton Dallas Trucksville Wilkes-Barre chairman oi last night's aflair. John J. McDevitt entertained. erans from being high-pressured A-l-A ter unicauo, Army Air corps Genuine Hickory into Duying nouses they cannot Robert Kramer and Thomas Joseph Calobello was toastmaster Michael J. Esposlto Elizabeth M. Toro Lawrence K. Ide Shirley L. Sanders Roy T. Atherholt Doris M. Linker Stanley J. Budzyn Stephanie M. Medon Carl Mellert pay for." Dolan. Wilkes-Barre and music was xurnisnea py kuss Gen. Bradley's appeal came as Andaloro. Wilkes-Barre HANS H Foot to 7 Foot Lengths 47.25-$9.50- $10.50 indented with a heavy and attractive carpet. Starring in the production "You Came Along" is Scran-ton's Xizabeth .Scott, who is co-starred with Robert Cummings. Doors for the opening night will be open at 6:15 with snecial me mayors stepped into the national housing shortage situation CONCORDIA (Continued from Page 13) witn a resolution ureine con SENATE APPROVES Wilkes-Barre Wilkes-Barre Wilkes-Barre Forty Fort Forty Fort $15.03 gressional appropriation of $190 000,000 for 100,000 temporary Anna C Setzer John a Neill Jean E. Rogers Albert R. Ptasinskl Myrtle Kuchenbecker aad fftotar Cssafsrt entrance music to be provided by HOSPITAL AH) BILL With Steel Edge, $21.50 iamny units, xne conference ask night that the silvery resonance Nanticoke Nanticoke ed that the completed units be THE ESPEY CO. - m Wissalss, Ave., Slas. 1-UTS of his voice is more intriguing turned over to cities for operation. Ski Poles Following the first show tonight, Mr. and Mrs. Emashowski will entertain out-of-town guests at Hotel Sterling. This reception Is sched jjiscussmg nousing problems. wnen neara irom tne stage. "Blue Are Her Eyes," by Wlnt MARRIAGES $700,000,000 Federal Pro- ter Watts was one of his most S2.C3 - $3.03-$4.50 Anne X. Alpern, Pittsburgh city solicitor, said: "We have $2,000,000 to spend, but we can't get ma gram Sent to House KEDFTELD-WEBER At Newark, De terials, we can't find out where to buy them. We have acquired uled for 9:30. Girl Scout Leaders Have Christmas Tea delightful and effective offerings. His encores included "Danny Boy," an amusing bright number, "The Goat," "None but the Lonely Heart." The encore, requested by Concordia, that made the greatest cember 8, 194a, oy Kev. l. Gardner Forman, James S. Redfteld, Jr., Newark and Alice M. Weber, West Pittston. only surplus correspondence.1 Mayor Edward J. Kelly of Washington, Dec. 11 W) The bOOOOOO OOQRiO SNYDER-FULLER At Ashley, No lOOOOOOOb nit was rmoauid's interpretation Senate today approved a federal-aid program providing an outlay of an estimated $700,000,000 for Chicago complained that his city was "stymied because of labor and material," while Mayor Earl J. 5on o o o o nMM oi "Begin tne ueguine." whiti oi yiuow. Hsfsii 1 1 RTvvfl AT TOWS aiOCII'i. fMSiTJ tll ffUtfi vember 22, 1945, by Rev. George C Snyder, William E. Snyder, Ashley and Arline Fuller, Ashley. In the final number bv Con Glade of Salt Lake City urged construction of hospitals and health cordia, "Johnny the One" by John WILSON-JONES At Pittston, No that government installations not centers during tne next rive years. ooocx oooor Girl Scout leaders of Wyoming Valley held their Christmas tea Monday night at First Presbyterian Church, city. The tea was preceded by a business meeting conducted by the president Mrs, Charles sacco, a patriotic number, Mr. .1 c i: wo ikn) u: ii ikn) Action sending tne legislation to GLORY BE! NO MORI now needed by military forces be made available to cities immedi Thibaud carried the main role aUOOOOQOM vember 22, 1945, by Rev. S. F. Sliker, Stephen G. Wilson, West Pittston and Elizabeth S. Jones, West Pittston. the House came on a voice vote ately. with the chorus and piano. This perhaps was the best vehicle for a. i YELEN-SMULOWrTZ In Wilkes- 1 after several proposed amendments by Senators Wagner D-Ky) and Murray (D-Mont), were beaten down. They said they wanted to his rare dramatic abilitv. Bowles Says Farmers As a final encore, the old Welsh melody, "All Through the Night," Barre, December 9, 1945, by Rabbi I. M. Davidson, Attorney David Yellen, Pittston and Jean Smulo-witz, Wilkes-Barre. brine the measure in line with sung by Thibauld, with chorus President Truman's recent request Mere ttw cleats, modern way to relieve simple backache. John' son's Back Plaster! Eases pain, stiffness, strain. gnmtl At all drug stores. Insist oa oftnsan A Johnson quality. Should Help Workers DEATHS accompaniment by humming, brought one of Concordia's finest programs in its 66 years history to Congress lor a national health program. Murray told the Senate that the ' Daily I I K.eatBft i I ,; Columbus. O.. Dec. 11 UPi Spalding Golf Balls New Synthetic Bobber 45c - 55c - 85c ea. w a ciuse. Farmers should support city bill fulfilled "only part" of President Truman's request and lacked workers In their fight for better Cotter, Mrs. Anna Pish, Joseph Elcke. wages. Price Administrator Ches Temperature Record , wensiey. A reading "Christmas Days" by Joseph C. Lincoln was given by Mrs. H. F. Murphy. Group singing followed led by Miss Esther Hel-frich accompanied by Mrs. Gertrude Donsavage. Committees were: General chairman, Mrs. William Bond; tickets, Mrs. C. C. Perslng; program, Mrs. Andrew Bosak, Mrs. Ann Zimmerman; refreshments, Mrs. Glenn E. Avery. Officers of the leaders for next year will be: president, Mrs. Carl Brace; vice president, Mrs. C. C Persing; secretary-treasurer, Mrs-George Poust; corresponding secretary, Mrs. Gertrude Donsavage. Truckers' Privileges proper federal controls over expenditure of the hospital funds in the states. ter Bowles told the 73rd annual convention of the Ohio State ftOWTLY RELIEVES TORTURE OP usKinmsn ( ta externa! cams) Zamou-. Doctor's inruiUt liquid aromntlv relieves ith f aininU alrfc Five years ago the Senate passed Grange tonight. For Tuesday, Dec. 11 Face, Lawrence E. Reynolds, Mrs. Mary Roth stein, Harris Swede, John Sluzinski, Michael Zerbey, Frederic E. a similar bill but it. was allowed Mrs. Lottie Jones, Laura M. Keating, William E. StcGonagle, Bernard Moore, Jacob A. riper. Rev. Br. A. E. "Farmers have everything to gain in backing city workers in their never endine fight for better to die In the House. The U. S. Weather Bureau reported the following high and low temperatures tor Tuesday, Dec 11: rash. It also aids healing, aswanajiva AH drugstores. In 8 sizes. sCblslU wages, and city workers and busi Est Moscow Salesman Ends nessmen should back to the helm every piece of legislation which will improve the economic lot of Life With Revolver "VALL TYPES f lJIMURAMCEf' J the rarmer, the OPA chiei said In a prepared speech. 31 10 19 19 64 25 28 19 13 Boston 29 Chicago 23 Cleveland 22 Denver 35 Miami ' , 74 New York 31 Philadelphia 34 Pittsburgh 23 St Louis 27 Wellington 33 Will End December 31 A 33-year-old Moscow man com mitted suicide last night by shoot SO Years A PERFECT GIFT .Just stop and think what a perfect gift a pair of eyeglasses will make for your mother, or father, or anyone else In your family whose eyes need attention. It is a gift that will be used by them every day of the year. ing himself through the left tem 27 ple with a .32 calibre revolver while standing in the bathroom of WEATKEB FORECASTS Maryland,- Delaware, New Jersey Wednesday some cloudiness and continued cold. nis nome. The man was Donald Ferguson. COTTER At Pittston Hospital, December 11, 1945, Mrs. Anna Cotter, 49, wife ot Peter Cotter, West Wyoming. EICKE At Wyoming, December 10, 1949, Mrs. Lottie Elcke, 86, native of Jermyn. JONES At Glendale, near Moos I c, December 10, 1945, Mrs. Laura M. Jones, 69. KEATING At Crozier Hospital, Marcus Hook, Pa., December 1L 1945, William E. Keating, formerly of Pittston. M'GONAGLE At Wilkes-Barre, December 10, 1945, Bernard McGon-agle, 67. MOORE At East Dallas, December 10, 1945, Jacob A. Moore, 83. PIPER At Philadelphia, December . 10, 1945, Rev. Dr. A. E. Piper, formerly of Wilkes-Barre. The American farmer has a stake in world peace, world trade and in a constantly rising standard of living in Russia, China and India, Bowles continued. Bennett Estate Audit Approved hy Court i - s Audits In eight estates approved and handed down by Judge An Eastern Pennsylvania: Wednesday Harrisburg, Dec. 11 UPt . Out-of-State truckers and other vehicle operators will see their wartime privileges end in Pennsylvania December 31, Governor Martin announced today. An extension from September to the end of the year was given, Martin said in a statement, , "to provide ample time for car owners and operators to readjust themselves to pre-war conditions 33, of Moscow, RO 3, Springbrook Township. - Ferguson was 111 several months, according to his wife Valera. but FLfflinEMTS Coxing Gloves Bawling and Goldsmith .Makes - 12 . 3 . J6:w MO 5 Set Ann ouu wiiunuva cuia. Western New York: Partly cloudy with a few snow flurries Wednesday. Western Pennsylvania: Wednesday partly cloudy and continued cold followed ' by some - snow Wednesday seemed in good spirits until he shot himself. He left a note Indicating worry over money PFO Ralph M. Farmer of Daleville substation of DRUGSTORE drew Hourigan yesterday Included the Martha Bennett estate amount and regulations, which aealn will State Police, said. He was em Tha to all price bar gad for complete ey glasses fitted by Dr. Brown includes everything the eyes require. 7 r " EXTENDED FORECAST Prevail in Pennsylvania beginning anuary 1, 1946.'' ployed as a salesman ror uenerai Mills, .; -.;. Besides his wif. he Is survived The reciDrocal nrivileses existed by four children, Donald, 7; Bruce, during the war to speed up transportation of essential materials ing to 32,324.49. Children's. Service Center of Wyoming Valley, at 335 South Franklin ; Street, is beneficiary of the fund. Another estate audit in the list released is that of Spencer Arnold, who was a reporter for compensation referee. The sum . of the audit Is $966.95. - A ? . Extended forecast for the period Wednesday, December 12 . through Sunday, December 16: Eastern Pennsylvania, Eastern New York, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland and Virginia: Temperatures below freezing and well below normal Wednesday, rising very slowly throughout the Deriod. be o; iynn. z, ana Stuart, x month, at PISH At Pennhurst State School, December 10, 1945, Joseph Pish, 20, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pish, Plymouth. PACE At Wilkes-Barre, December 11, 1945, Lawrence E. Pace, 45. REYNOLDS At East Orange, N. J;, December 11, 1945, Mrs., Mary Reynolds, 65, formerly of Nantl- and permits workers engaged in home: his mother, a resident of war industries to continue ooerat. lng their motor vehicles although not ncensea in Pennsylvania: 'Mi? Evans Named Treasurer Other audits included those ot unaer peacetime law. anvone PLAVE0 cone. coming about normal over the week end; Increasing ' cloudiness ' Wednesday, followed by light snow Wednesday night or Thursday: ' fair ROTHSTFm At witnn rwomhof establishing a residence :ln the Charles . S. Williams. $1,792.40: WITH 10, 1945, Harris Rothsteln, 77, State and remaining here more than 30 days is required to obtain Of Wilkes-Barre Eagles Julia Palsovltch, $49954; David T. Evans; $49,916.57; Mary C. Dougherty. $1,281.80: J. Winfield Marcy. weather remainder of the period. formerly ox wuKes-uarre. SWEDE At Philadelphia, December Get Dr. Brown's Gift Certificate.-:It? entitles the holder to a pair- of perfectly fitted eyeglasses. Cr. I7n. Drown - Optometrists-Optician -. fllieJeeala aad lUtaH t CAST HAKKET STREET Car. Pubiia Soeare tmt floov Dotn a Mate drivers license and license plates for his car and 10, 1945, John Swede, formerly of $2,032.05; David S. , Williams, .: Councilman Tom A. Evans was west nuieioo, $9,792.19.- , ;'-- .'V-r-L-j-t,,-.;-'.:,.; ,;;. appointed treasurer of Wilkes- SLUZINSKI At Wllkes-Barrs, De- Barre-Aerie, -Fraternal 'Order of Policeman Get Shock . eember 10, 1945, Michael Sluzinikl, mint accident. . 0. S. Army Trucks to tagies, at a meeting last night to ZERBEY At -Bear Creek, December Newark, N. J- Dec. 11 CP Patrolman Henry Dunn answered the Schosl Chiliren' Vis!:.! A Spssblly . Consort , , "KOSESTY" Net only honesty of price, bat quality as welL ., Be Shipped to Poland 10, 1945, Frederic Edgar Zerbey, 8L formerly of Kingston ,and Wilkes-Barre. ... police headquarters . phone early iiu me unexpirea term oi carl N. Heim, who was buried , on . Monday. . - , . Councilman Evans has been active in the aerie's ' affairs for many years as the leader of membership campaigns and other toaay to near an ? excited voice London. Dec. 11 CP) The crin snouting: . "Somebody stole 1,800 bodle8.,, cloal U. S.' Army motor repair Here's s board tame that combines the strategy f eheckers and the finesse of chess. Two. three)- or four persons may play at . the iiK'f.W Huh 7" exclaimed Dunn, slightly plant In the United Kingdom, along with 13,348 used 'Army 57 SO. WASHINGTON ST 1 db wuaerea. -.. - "Oh, I mean hat Txdies, of WILKES-BARRE, PENNSYLVANIA time, : trucks and trailers, will be shipped to Poland before January . 10 by course. This is the Trent Hat Cr.J::s II. C:rr;b ' Optometrist IMaf S-SZSfl . f Admitted to Hospital Joseph D. CuIIum. 258 Kidder 1.00 Set the United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration, it was announced tonight. The vehicles and plant were purchased from .Company." '' . I ' "Oh," said the relieved police de-! partment spokesman. .: ,.; . . The unfinished men's hats were i valued at $3,000. . FoTpSan: Buy Victory Bonds street, was aomitiea to Mercy I Hospital yesterday for medical treatment, - surplus U. S. Army stocks. ' , evenings ay appointment ,

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