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Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania
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WILKES-BARRE RECORD, TUESDAY, JUNE 7, 1949 iA it. Lljf First cs Last in Race, First yith Ralph Kiner , New York. June 6 (JR. Ralph Kiner, unaffected by the slump that has hit his Pittsburgh teammates, has taken over the batting lead tn the National League. Hitting .366 according to averages including Sunday's gamtg, the 26-year-old Californian enjoys a four-point edge over Willard Marshall of .New York, runner up at .362. Eddie Kazak, the St Louis Cardinal rookie flash, makes it a three- way race by taking third at -Jbu. It's n T.pnlnt--drnp aftpr Eddie 30-Game Hitting Streak Oil City, June 6 Al Schroed-er, Johnstown shortstop, extended his hitting streak to 30 consecutive games tonight as the Johnnies beat Oil City, 10-7 in a Middle Atlantic League game. Schroeder had a single and a double in four trips. College Play-offs Jenn State 20, Seton Hall 8. . St. John 'a 8. Rutgeri 5. to fourth-place Jackie Robinson of Brooklyn at Mi. Others in the top 10 are Emll Verban, Chicago, .339; Red Schoen-dienst, St Louis. .335; Sid Gordon, New York, and Enos Slaughter, St Louis, each ,333; Bobby Thom-; son, New York, .318, and Ted Klus-xewski, Cincinnati, .316. Kiner is outdistancing his New York opposition from Johnny Mize and Sid Gordon in the home-run race. Kiner now has 13 to 10 each for Big Jawn and sia. Answers to Advertisers Ths Classified Advertising Department reports uncalled for replies on hand to the following BOX NUMBERS AdverUseriwni kindly call as soon as possible presenting Box Check. The Hat was compiled at 5:30 o'clock last evening. 323. 343. 344. 367. 368. 369, 372, 376, 378, 386, 388, 391, 392, 393, 394, 398, 402, 407, 408, 410, 412, 415, 421, 424, 427, 432, 435, 437, 440, 442, 443. 444, 445. 446. 447,-448, 450, 452, 455, 477, 485. I Lost MAN'S black wallet. Sans Soucl Park, Sunday night. Reward, 7-T717. BOSTON Bull Terrier, brown white. Male. License 1719. Partially Diind. , 14 years old. Kingston $25.00 reward. 8-1391. LOST Male Red Setter, white spot on chest Call Plymouth 9-1767. MAN'S tan wallet, between Parrlsh and Forest on Hazle. Containing papers, money. rtewara. wim. ROUND black wallet containing money, cards, pictures by sl Ann student. 2-8019. Reward. IS Help Wanted Female GIRL, part time work In store. Box -XI EXPERIENCED housekeeper, plain cooking. Small adult family.' Box 452, this paper. GIRL for housework. Sleep In. ilugers, auum main. Legal Notices Sealed proposals will be received Dy tne controller or uzerne county I his office at the Court House. fenna. ,. until iu:ou t.. . i,r, Mc honri In Tflnpr WIlkes-Rnrre. Penna. until Is tlPrt for -second dace in runs A. M. D.S.T. Tuesday, June 21st, 1949 IS tied ior secona yiuie m u furnlshine Luzerne County with: SSiJfa.m vi jn wUp' Payroll Accounting Machine for RBl's is Robinson with 40. Jackie , Traurer Office. also is nea wun uouger nue i c AU ln accordance wun specinca- Wee Reese for the stolen base leaations on file In the office of Purchas-with eieht end is all even with ling Agent, Court House Annex, Water rinmcnn fnr most hits with 63. Street, Wllkes-3arre, Penna. Thomson lor most mis wi n oo. Propo8alg must be accompanied by i"5?1?, m f Phillip 'a Certified Check, Bank Cashier's Puddin' Head Jones of the 'rnif!! check 0r Trust Company Treasurer's most doubles, 13, and Carl Funllo;Cnecl ln the amount set forth in the of Brooklyn is tied with Chicago's. specifications made payable to the Roy Smalley for most triples, 5.. Treasurer of Luzerne County. twj "'"""'J ' nirt onvolnnoa tn hp nlalnlv marked with the name of items or articles for which bid Is intended. ROBERT H. STROH, Controller of Luzerne County Kell of Detroit Sets American Batting Pace Chicago, June 6, (JP With Chicago's Gus Zernlal sidelined by injury, the American League batting leader in action today is Detroit's George Kell with a .341 percentage. That left the able Tiger third sacker 14 points behind the hos-Hernial, who may not return to action uniu m uui,y. i me payment or oeois. ine sam rem estate consists ol premises Known as No. 135 Loomls Street, Nanticoke, Pa., being Lot No. 18, Block No. 3, Dewey Park Plot of Lots, having a frontage on Loomls Street of thirty (30) feet and a depth of one hundred twenty-four (124) feet Improved with a two-story frame dwelling Michaels of Chicago, skidded to Said premises will be sold at public ri i J. h vri sale by James T. Shea at his office fourth place with .327. . Bulldln. Mal street NOTICE In re: Estate of George Kmetz, deceased. In the Orphans' Court of Luzerne County, No. 772 of 1949. TO THE LEGATEES, CREDITORS, AND OTHER PERSONS INTERESTED IN SAID ESTATE: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Leona Kmetz, Administrator of the Estate of George Kmetz. has filed her petition praying for the sale of the real estate of the decedent for Zernlal's .355 reading is for 1.58 times at bat, while Kell had been to the plate 185 times through Sunday's games. Still holding third place with .339, a drop of 10 points from last week, was Boston s uom ui mag- gio. Last weeks runner-up, Lass Other Robinson, Washington, .325; Dick Kryhoski, New York, .323; Eddie Joost, Philadelphia, .322; Gene Wnodline. New York. .321; Ted Nanticoke. Pa., at 10 o'clock, A. M., Saturday, June 25, 1949, terms: iu down, balance on delivery of deed. If no exceptions are filed thereto, the Court will be asked to confirm Williams? Bostoni .317; and another, said sale on Wednesday, June 29. Yankee, Tommy Henncn, .J13. , Williams continued as a double .leader in the' specialized depart - GIRL to work In luncheonette. Ap- ply- 980 - Wyoming A venue, Forty Fort. WANTED Daytime cook, room if desired. Call ln person at Hanson's, Harvey's Lake, Picnic Ground. WANTED Waitress, apply Dalon's Restaurant, 248 Wyoming Avenue, Kingston. HIGH SCHOOL girl, housework, assist with children. 429 South River. OPERATORS wanted. Also graduates to train as operators. Permanent. MILADY BELT CO., 108 Delaware Avenue, West Pittston. Phone 4141. 14 Help Wanted Male EXPERIENCED Butcher. Good Meat Cutter. Box 461, this paper. YOUNG MAN .about -25 desired by local office of national corporation to learn its business and develop Into supervisory position. No selling and salary basis of remuneration. College graduate of commercial subjects preferred. Box 448, this paper, . EXPERIENCED AUTOMOBILE MECHANIC. CALL NANTICOKE 9162. CABINET makers and. bench hands. Permanent steady jobs with local employer. Write giving age, experience and wages. Box 425, this paper. DItlVER salesman for food distributor. Serve stores, good established route.- Must have store or road ex-perlence. Box 424, this paper. MEAT . salesman, ."wholesale only, must be expe- nencea, ngnt salary, lull particulars including references! 483, this paper. Yuuwu Boys to work on Pete's Farm Produce. Wvomlne Avenue, Wyoming, Above Airport. BUTCHER Must have experience. Appiy aw wazie street, City. BAKER'S Helper. G. I. preferred. Pleasant working conditions. Box 459. this paper. WAITRESS for Night Shift. Must Be Over 21. Apply Mclntyre's Kingston Diner, 254 Wyoming Avenue, Kingston. TAILOR Steady work. Apply Better ueaners, aasi Main street, Plymouth. , EARN $8 to $12 for 3 hours work per evening, car necessary, rm personal interview call 2-54(4. GIRL WOMAN, housework, small aDartment. Sleep ln. 101 Ldlson Street, Wllkes-Barre. 3-8209. HIGH SCHOOL Girl for light house work. Good wages. Kingston 7-8020. HIGH SCHOOL Girl to help with house and child. 2 afternoons ana evenings a week. Call 7-3436. Teachers and Students Earn $1,000, $2,000 during your vacation plus liberal education in selling and business. Also permanent position If desired. For personal Interview, call Mr. Hoskins. Hotel Sterling, from 9 A. M. to 5 P. M. 23 Correspondence Courses PRACTICAL NURSING Train quickly at home. Excellent pay. Many earn while learning. Information free. ' Wayne School of Practical Nursing, Box 466, this paper. 24 Instruction Classes College student highly recommended as private tutor of French grammar, composition and conversation, etuAont rinelrinor nrtVHta . ljkB- sons during summer. Box 449, this paper. ' 4ft Articles for Sle POOL TABLE, 4 '4x9, With Accessories and Fluorescent Light, Excellent Condition. Phone 2-5807 or 3-9817.. . Tr vmt Ntrn TR ATMTMn Investigate academic, trade and technical courses offered at Farragut College and Technical Institute, Farragut, 4daho. In the heart of the Pacific Northwest, the young man's country, Veterans .ana-nun-veieraii a. uiiy accreaitea. v. n. wuvcu. Plenty of low cost housing. See Mr. Garrett, 7Hotel Sterling, Tuesday or Wednesday. ' 80 Furnished Rooms 8-FOOT meat eases. i' - . r . ! 'H 24airv4)oxes,-fi:oodo dition ; also other store fixtures. American Stores Co. 8-1454. FURNISHED BEDROOMS . CALL 7-55047-9108 ROOM, suitable for 2, light house keeping lr aesirea. j-qqj. SPEED-GRAPHIC Camera, 4x5, with -tijr artaenments; 123 Eaison street, City. ROOM with or without kitchen privi leges. Dial v-yon 2 ELECTRIC Coca-Cola coolers. Large electric wfllk-ln cnnlor Tony's Diner, Main Highway, West ROOMS, gentlemen only. 380 Main Street, swoyerviue. i-uq. FURNISHED room for rent. 516 North Pennsylvania Avenue, Wilkes-Barre. . NICE45Y furnished room, CentraL 12. 14 New Bennett, uty. KINGSTON Large room, twin beds if desired. 520 Market. 115 NbRTH FRANKLIN Single . . . jt m.s room ior gentleman, i-uno. SALESMAN to call on Bottlers ln State. New. No competition. Good future. Reference required. Box 11, this paper. 2 LADIES with cars. Part-time. Easv work afternoons or evenings. $37.50. Phone 4-20169-12 Wednes day only. YOUNG MEN (5), 19-26. Wyoming Valley Men! This is It! Opportunity to travel to California this summer, transportation furnished. National concern. Salary plus commission. Also travel positions for 5 college men during summer. Apply 206 Hotel Redlngton (10-12), (2-5), (7-9). HAIRDRESSER wanted. Lazar's Hairdressers, 36 East Main, Plym outh. Dial 9-1452. AIRWAY BRANCHES, Inc. needs men for Wllkes-Barre and suburbs. Car necessary. Room 355 Simon Long Building. SOUTH MAIN STREET Front bed room, employed gentleman, uiai 3-5564. ROOMS Day or Week. Reasonable. URAM'S, 55 South Pennsylvania Avenue. $2 Light Housekeeping Rooms FURNISHED ROOMS 147 SOUTH MAIN, CITY SMALL Light Housekeeping Room. 50 East Market, City, Third Floor. DOUBLE Front Room. Housekeeping Privileges. Adults Only. 120 Darling Street. 1 ROOM, suitable 2, completely fur- nlchuH DnntianloiK... rnrlln IKfl ' Smith Wnshlnptnn Strppt. 3-Plece Bathroom with fittings, $98.00 300 Gallon Septic Tanks.... t. $29.50 40 Gallon Range Boilers...... $19.50 Gas Range $59.50 4" Soli Pipe ....$4.25 per length S. M. ASH - ' 77 East Dorrance Street, Kingston JOHNSON 4 cylinder outboard, Model V-45, extra parts included, $100. 7-3415. . :. ,: BABY chicks for sale. PETTITS POULTRY, 43 East Market, Wllkes-Barre. . SINGER SEWING MACHINE Com-! pany, 121 East Main Street, Plymouth nisi an -7 r im.j .....( inHne-Singer-lectTicsvallable.njedmiAMONbS. i bVVHUiV'UOCU StllU Kuai All tpprl H1Q Wt tin Mothlnas Ktimti sold and repaired. Free estimates. PITTSTON Duplex grey and white enamel range. Link Belt stoker, now In service. Chpan. 119 Snrtntj Street, West Pittston 16-J. MEAT grinder, meat block, cash regisier, gooq conaiuon. 7-2733, PEDESTAL fans, Kingston House, 947 Market Street, Kingston. 7-1396. -COLORED BATHROOM SETS Tubs Toilet Outfits Radiators aieam uouers-Gas Ranges. WEBER PLUMBING SUPPLY. 493 Smith Main. r AUTOMATIC HEAT HOT WATER no care: xno attention! immediate Installation. 3 years io Dav. H. J. WHEATLEY, 3-6372. RECORDS All popular artists, 5 for i.uu. LAiAKua, D7 south Main. RECONDITIONED office typewriters, neiiiiiiKiun inu. ana noyai, guaranteed, $59.50. LAZARUS Station- ery Department. 6 FOOT Fleetwood meat case. Dial Z-ODYD. ' USED Power Engineering Co. Air conditioner 50-H, ln fine Box 441, this paper. condition. OFFICE GIRL Permanent position. Tv Dine shorthand essentia 1. St a t e age and experience. Box 462, this paper. EXPERIENCED girl to care for baby ana ao ngnt nouseworK. itei- erences required. Call 8-0618. JAMES J. SHEA, Attorney for Petitioner. 'ment with 14 home runs and 48! (advertisement to be pub- ment Wltn 14 nome runs mm , j IsnED WILKES-BARRE RECORD runs batted in. Kell had the mostMAY 27 JUNE j JUNE 7 1949 , hits, 63, and Joost led in runs with sealed proposals will be received by the 51 j Directors nf the School District of the iZemlars 17 two-baggers Still I Borough of Forty Fort. ,Luze.rne .t?Uunlyu - , , . . , j f rlrtirn ; rniiisjnanm, ax. men mine in viic iiigu headed that department. Cleve-iSchnol Buidin Dana street. Forty Fort. land's Dale Mitchell led ln triples with seven, while Bob Dillinger of St. Louis was the No. 1 base- ' stealer with six Ed Lopat, New York's southpaw, held the top in the pitching column with a five-won, none-lost record. Detroit's Hal Newhouser, also a lefty, was the strikeout leader with 5L until 7:30 p. m., D. S. T., June 13, 1949, for the following: Item No. 1 Painting the exterior and painting and varnishing the Interior of the O. B. Pettebone School Building, Fort Street. Item No. 2 Storage Batteries for the Emergency Lighting System ln the .Forty Fort High School Building, Dana Street. Item No. 3 Electric Wiring and Fixtures for Library in Forty Fort High School Building, Dana Street. Item No. 4 Furniture and School Equipment, Including Chairs, Tables, Ctaol rillno Cahlnot. Hvm- Bolek'S Of Nanticoke rallied to nasium Mats and Covers, Silo score an 8-7 win over Wanamie in Roil Former for Shop. Eiec- ucu tile nun a iuii in in.- aritt Tvnpwri pru ninth and won out with a tally in Item No. S Maintenance of Typewriters, i II 1IML .r 1 I.! U T KI C tr..iPKlnn f.l Ua.illnn Uie lUin. IWHlUUWhM Waa llltr WUI-muiw.11 rmuisimis mm iivi jiauiuift ning hurler. Glen Lyon Kanadians! n m. Av,s''es-1 , H , ,n. H ! . .,ui ..,;u m On Hems No. 1. 2, and 3, plans and had no trouble With Nanticoke , specifications, as prepared by Mr. Stanley Yanks and took a 12-3 Win as Fine K. Walborn, Registered Architect, are ob- hurled a seven hitter. Riverside 1 tainabie at the High school Office, so AC upset Mocanaqua AA, 11-6, nd- Mocanaqua Stopped EXPERIENCED girl for general housework, full-time in apartment. Sleep in. Good salary. Dial 7-7821. CAPABLE Housekeeper-Cook. Good salary. Private room, bath, radio. Cheerful apartment. 3-3402. 4 MEN With sales -ability or ambition to be a salesman. I will place you ln business for yourself at our expense. You must have a car, willing to work 7 hours a day and furnish references. Discount Profits to start $50 to $100 weekly. For a sound future with 30 year 0I8 National Corporation come to Room 355 Simon Long Building. Will Interview 2:30 P. M. only. No other time. LADIES start a Business ln your own home, handling Nationally Advertised Nylon Girdles, Bras. No Investment necessary, as you pay for merchandise after it is sold. Box 465, this paper. WANTED, handyman, age 30 to 45, central city store. Box 447, this paper. LIGHT housekeeping rooms. All Improvements. Kitchenette. 91 East Northampton, City. ti Articles for Sale REDUCED prices on combination storm and screen windows. Phone 7-5572. STATIONARY tubs, bathtub, kitchen sink, bathroom basin. Call Wyoming 633-R. 17 FOOT Chris-Craft Mahogany Speedboat, like new, 6 passenger, 121 H.P. Call Wllkes-Barre 2-1946. 12' SHOWCASE, 17' Counter. Reasonable. Call between 10 A. M.-2 P. M. 100 Front, Nanticoke. YOUNG woman, 20 to 30, without family to care for two small children. No housework. ' Sleep in. Good home. Call 7-4123. EXPERIENCED housekeeper to take - full charge of- home for three adults. Box 481, this paper. PRACTICAL nurse. Personal inter view only. 7 Cliffside Avenue, Trucksville. 15 Help Wanted Both Sexes ' COLLEGE Students, Teachers, for extra earnings during vacation. Call 7-6057. BOOKKEEPER for West Side machine shop. State all particulars. Box 421, this paper. YOUNG WOMEN (3), 19-28. Free to travel (transportation furnished), to California and return. Personality desirable. Salary and commission. Also travel positions for Colleee Juniors and Seniors during summer, j Apply Mr. Moss, Hotel Redlngton i (206), (10-12), (2-5), (7-9). j WOMAN for housework, mornings only. Apply 537 South Franklin, i City. j ADD to your husband's Income, $2 ' iu $o per nuur. ran lime. rso i canvassing, collecting. Call 8-0348. I WAITRESS over 21, 5pTm. to MicN nignt. simjns Cafe, 121 Hazle Street. IMMEDIATE Opening, Capable Man Woman, Neat Appearance. Full Part Time. Experience Unnecessary. Apply 3 P. M. Only, 14 West Ross. 17 Situation Wanted Female EXPERIENCED bookkeeping machine operator, typist, general office clerk desires permanent position. 7-2354. i SHOWCASE FOR SALE 697 Market Street. Kingston. 8-0519 HAVE YOUR FAVORITE Fly or Casting Reel Repaired at LAZARUS. WALL TENT, 12x14, complete with stakes and poles, $20.00. 4-2781. ATTENTION BUTCHERS GROCERS! Complete Store Equipment 14 Foot Double Dutjr-Meat- Case; 10 Foot Double Duty Meat Case; 5x6x8 Walkin Cooler; Horse Power Ho-bart Meat Grinder; Hobart Coffee Mill; 2 Sanitary Computing Scales; Globe Slicer; 30x30 Meat Block; 8 Foot Dry Fruit and Vegetable Stand, All Steel; Deep Freezer. Will Sell Part or All. 634 Market, Kingston. FARM and Saw Mill Equipment. Gas aim Licsti ruwer units. Mall Chain Saws. Part cniinn CHARLES H. LONG, Sweet Valley! Dallas 363-R-7. UNREDEEMED Watches, Diamonds Jewelry. Collateral Loan Exchange. 26 Public Square. AUTO SEAT COVERS, PLASTTC. Trim Nvlnn finnhtA r Cfitni,Aj Newest Patterns for All COACHES r.LAis. uuaranteea by Good Housekeeping. Buy at Wholesale From Factory Outlet, Only $7.50. 233 Zerbey Avenue, Kingston. NEW USED Bathtubs, Basins, Sinks, Toilets, Boilers, Radiators. LUZERNE PLUMBING SUPPLY 340 Union, Luzerne. 7-4415. CARPET Rags, Jersey Materials ln Rolls. 145 West Main, Nanticoke. Phone 3153-J. BATHTUBa J15.00; Sinks! jSToo"; Coal Stoves. J18.0U; Iceboxes, $3.50. 160 Hazle Street. MODERN 6 and 8 foot used double duty meat rases. Sacrifice. Kline Brothers. 60 South Washington. 3-0594. 41 Household Goods USED RUGS "7 Big Reduction, Anglo-Persian, Wilton and Broadlooms. Wilton Runners, 50c yard. Rugs Shampooed $2.50. FIERMAN'S, 172 South Main. WIDOW desires care of children own home. 18 Frederick Street, Ashley. HONEST Reliable. Cooking or Cleaning by Day. Call 9-1730. GRAY enamel coal stove, $25.00; girl's 20 Inch bicycle, puncture i proof rear tire, $20.00. Inquire 290 Reynolds street, Kingston, i-rzoj. tne latter team sutierea Its Iirst;che(.k or an acceptable surety company's j WANTED Girl for light housework. Harvey's Lake. No washing or ironing. Apply in person, S. & B. Restaurant, 42 East Northampton. setback. An eight-run outburst in the third frame decided the game. Newly-organized Alden Social Club turned back Buttonwood Cubs, ,9-1, as Kellar hurled fine ball. The scores: Alden Buttonwood ab. r. h ab. r. h. 6 3 1 S.Bog'skl.lf 4 0 2 3 3 Jones, cf 3 0 1 1 1 4 0 0 Bodek.lf Frank'cz.rf Czapla.rf Thomp'n.3b W.Kellar.c Stichak.2b H.Kellar.p Butchek.c 01shefskl,2b bid bond in the amount of $400.00 for Item No. 1; $100.00 for Item No. 2; and $100.00 for Item No. 3; to secure the School District against any loss which It may sustain by the accepted bidder's failure to enter into the required contract. The accepted bidder for this work will, at the time of the execution of the required contract, be required to furnish a Performance bond and a Labor and Materialmen's Bond ln the full amount of his bid, with surety or sureties to be approved by tne Board oi scnooi Directors. Actual MIDDLEAGED widow would like work evenings, as baby sitter. 3-8676. PRACTICAL nurse and companion. Rpfit ropnmmonrlfi t inn ia-m employer. Good cook and household monunn. PuMfil K.. ...... n . . r iiaiiuKti, liiciui UUCI. DUX fttO, this paper. Pleri.lf ' a A.Cav' 2 5 Zaludek.rf 5 P.Ulich'y,3b S S 1 J-Bog'ski,3b 4 1 2wor( snau be commenced promptly after 0 0 Third. C 4 0 0 th evu-utinn r.t tho rvmtra.-t onH ih on a n n Proval of ,he above bonds and shall be inn completed on or before September 1. 1949. ? n i n ltem Nos. 4, 5. and 6. proposal for bidding, may be obtained at the High School Ofrice, 50 Dana Street. Proposals shall be addressed to the School District of the Borough nf Forty Fort. Pennsylvania. Herman E. Plieskatt. Secretary, and enclosed in a sealed envelope, plainly marked on outside as to item number and description. The School District reserves the right to reject any and all bids, Herman E. Plieskatt. Serrelarv. 0 0 Motel.2b 0 1 0 1 J.Sirak.rf 1 1 Dalev.p 1 0 Kondrad.p 0 0 Totals Total! 39 S 10 Alden 3IHI Ml) 000 Buttonwood 000 010 0001 Mocanaqua Rlersiu ab. r. h ab. r. h Matusek.2b ,410 S 2 3 HIGH SCHOOL girl, general housework. Dial 7-6890 after 5:30. EXPERIENCED person to handle complaints and delinquent accounts. Age 25-50. Large furniture store. Box 486, this paper. GIRL for Coffee Shop. Christine's, 87 East Market. 14 Help Wanted Male 2 0 0 33 1 7 0 Bienk'ski.c 1 0 1 2 Novak. If 1 3 0 0 Piscottv.2b ft Personals 3 0 1 5 1 1 S 1 2 5 4 4 3 1 . CARD READING at 67 Sharpe Street, j 0 0 ! Kingston. Call 7-3267. 1 0 0 Tometrho.rf i o 6 LAS ,be psycho-analyzed. Sybil, 0 0 0 Bendick.p 3 1 i j 89 East Northampton, second floor. 3 0 Totals ' 36 n ii : ?Di" T1 Norton Street, GIVE ME 1 HOUR of your time in your home and I ...Ml .knoi U - . . ii onum .tub now you can increase your earnings from $50.00 to $75.00 Per week. For appointment call 'AUTO Mechanics and Bus Drivers wanted. Steady employment with SOOd WBPPK Plpaco ctnta vnup av- perience, references, phone number and address in first letter. All communications will be confidential. Box 446, this paper. 18 Situation Wanted Male EX G.I. DESIRES work as teletype uueiaior, rauio teletype maintenance. Some Knowledge of teletype maintenance. Box 445, this paper. FORMER successful outside salesman, dependable, would like full or part time work. What have you to oner, box toi, ims paper. BOOKKEEPER, experienced, excellent references, desires permanent no tion ln local organization. Dial 2498. G.UIIch' 0 0 0 Hiller.3b J.Cav' 3 0 0 Fischetti.c 2 0 0 Balla.rf Mazonkey.e Molitorls.p Kamlnskl.p Totariki.p Totals 33 6 6 MARRIED man with car for sales position inrougn large local department store. Permanent. Good earnings at start Box 450, this paper. Riverside KMI 001 023 01S 001 OH 11 Bolek'g ab Dargte' 5 Orm' B.Krzy'kl.2b L.t'ranski.lf E.Ab' Raymond, 3b J.Krzy'skl.c Urosko.rf Tward'skl.p Da'lowlcz.rf Totals 42 W anamle r. h. ab. 2 1 JBartki.3b 1 1 Pawl' 2 2 Antonik.c 0 1 0 2 E.Rish.p 1 0 Gregg. rf 1 1 L.Barfki.lf 3 1 0 0 Steward. rf 0 0 Drefus.rf Mazur.rf 8 9 Totals Wllkes-Barre. Call 2-1888. Lost FISHING tackle box, tackle, license. Harvey's Lake, Memorial Day. 3-4943. 1 $ Help Wanted Both Sexes SMALL chain purse containing money. Friday. Central City. Re-; ward. 2-0696. ! IS Help Wanted Female I 36 7 10 Bolrk's Wanamie Nantleoke ab Ro'lnski,2b Sht' B.Dalmus Wyokl,3b wh'skl.rf Mentch.c Kozlo'kl.p Dushefskl.p Harry'Um.if GDlmus,3b Yanus.lf 001 031 101 18 003 004 000 01 Glen Lyon ab. 1 Warmus,2b 0 2 Sem'ers.rf 1 Adams. cf 0 Piestrak.c 1 Fine.p 0 Kamlnski lf 2 0 Moruccl,ss 0 Rusinko,2b 0 Ho'aniU.rf 0 0 Totals r h 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 York Juniors, Inc. Now Open Under New Management Operators Wanted Apply 44 Carey Ave. 33 12 13 Totals 34 3 7 Mtirok oot 100 000 3 . (ilea Lyoa 200 514 OOx 1J 11 Help Wanted Female EXPERIENCED PRESSERS On Cotton Dresses Good Fay Steady Work Ann Will Garment 207 Wyoming Ave., Kingston ARTIST For Lazarus Advertising Department Experienced Preferred Excellent Salary Bring Samples Lazarus 57 South Main, City sitlnn 7-2498 ACCOUNTANT and AUDITOR Metropolitan Area will locate in Wllkes-Barre or vlclnitv. Diversified experience, statements, reports, audits, taxes, capable or assuming responsibility for operation of bookkeeping and accounting svstems. For Interview address Box 456, this paper. COMBINATION Storm and Screen Doors, $17.95. Pittston 1252. Free Delivery. NEW Automatic Oil-Flred Furnaces for Homes or Cottages. Completely Installed as Low As $300. 8-1391. LAWNMOWER, $5. Call after 6, 152 Park AVenue. MEAT SLICER, good condition, hand or electric. Huntington Mills 2381. Factory to You Paints House Paint $3.63 gal. Aluminum Paint $2.94 gal. FRE DELIVERY CALL 8-1406 RAKER PAINT FACTORY, Kingston POOL TABLE, $75. 539 Anderson Street, Wllkes-Barre. 4-3281. 29x12 RUGS, BABY CARRIAGE DIAL. 3-9373 . THAYER baby carriage. Gobd condition. Call 3-0906. WE PAY to Clean Your Attic of Furniture, Glassware, Books, Guns Tools, Etc. U. L. CO., 10 South Washington. 3-6465. il- Ilou srhold Gotxla S4 Seeds, Plants, Flowers ICEBOX, porcelain lined. Very good 9,9ft9,999 VEGETABLE and Flower condition. Kingston. Reasonable. 399 Elm, 100 POUND white metal Coolerator icebox, practically new. Rear 212 Division Street, City. ROUND Dlnlngroom Table; Buffet; 4 Chairs, Leather Seats. Reasonable. 77 Hutson Street, Wllkes-Barre. SELLING heating coal stove, excellent condition. Sacrifice. Moving. Call 2-9695. , . BLACK PITTSTON range, water back, goo condition, $15. Call 2-8476. ' . ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOR, good running condition, reasonable. 50 West Linden, City. BENDIX AUTOMATIC washer, late model. Must sacrifice, $50.00. Call 2-4173. WE MAKE rugs from old carpets and clothes. NAMEY RUG COMPANY, 268 High. 3-7880. LIVINGROOM, bedroom, kitchen suites,- efrlgerator,washer,Tea-sonable. 443 North Pennsylvania. 2-6952. WHITE PORCELAIN coal stove, ex cellent condition. Guaranteed. Must sacrifice. 2-4173. Plants. . Drop a card and truck will ' call. Davenport's, 16 Ransom Street, Plymouth. 57 Building Materials DOORS, $1.00 up; ,BX wire, 5c foot iou riazie street. - 100,000 FEET Used Lumber. 2x4'i, 2x6's, 2x8's to 16'. Sheathing;. and 54". 17 Covert, Kingston. 60 Firewood and KindUnr WHITE ASH Firewood. Split and delivered. 3 ton truck. 13.50. 7-382L YURKO. , 63 Wanted to Buy intlnnaa . Tia1 Oil- verware. collateral loan EXCHANGE, 26 Public Square. SEWING Machines. 484, this paper. All types. Box WANTED Regent cornet or trumpet, PICTURE Frames, Antique Furnl- j Cash Paid. 7-8302. - - STOVES, FURNITURE, PLUMBINGS DOORS, WINDOWS. CALL 3-3008 NORITAKE CHINA, Sheridan pat. tern. Limner piates and cups, Phone 2-6632. CASH BUYERS General Merchandise, Household, China, Glassware, Brio a-Brao, Micella neousr 3-6322. r f WANTED TO BUY Old Jewelry, sterling silver, diamonds. ' "128 North Franklin. . , KENMORE Sewing Machine, valued $180, sell for $130. 3-76513-8222 after 5:30. NEW BENDIX Economat washer, $179.95. Fully automatic. GOOD HOUSEKEEPING CENTER, 18 East Market. WHITE enamel Icebox, 100 pound capacity, $15. 253 Park Avenue. IOV2 CUBIC FOOT deep freeze $295. Round bobbin treadle Singer sewing machine $30. Evenings 8 to 10. 7-4580. SECOND HAND Electric Refrigerators. Reasonable. KAPLAN'S, 208 East Market Street. PRIZER COAL STOVE, excellent condition, $35.00. Call 2-4173. REBUILT COAL RANGES. GUARANTEED TO BAKE. WILKES-BARRE HARDWARE, 33 EAST MARKET, ACROSS CITY HALL. JBATHTUBS, . $15.00; - steam - bollerl, radiators, stoves furniture. ATLAS, 300 South Main. 3-5865. ABC-OMatlc washer, demonstrator. Bargain. PIERCE HOME Appliance, Kingston. Dial 7-5645. " 43 Musical Instruments A SLIGHTLY MARRED new spinet piano. Reduced at a . saving of $110. Terms. SNYDER MUSIC CO.. 212 South Main. RESTYLED and modernized Cunnrng-ham piano, $147.50. Terms. SNYDER MUSIC CO., 212 South Main. WANTED, 20' shuffleboard, good conaiuon. t-awarasvine Poultry Market. 7-2433. 71 Gold and Tropical Fish POOL Gold Fish, Pool Plants, Tropical Fish. THE PET SHOP, Kings-ton. 7-21041 Open Evenings Until 9. Sundays 9-12, 2-6. 73 Horses, Cattle, Pigs, etc 7 WEEK old pigs for sale. John McGarvey, Mount Zion, Harding 19-R-7. SALE. Guernsey Cow. John Lelghner, Hunlock's Creek, R. D. 2. SADDLE horse, sound and safe- for cnuaren. m. l,. (ioaeK, uemunds Road, East Dallas. FRESH GUERNSEY cow and calf for Sale. John KkllhAn1c7 Plvmnnth , - u ... Flats. ' 76 Boarding Anlrnals DOGS boarded. Individual stalls. - Runways. Country "Kennels, Dallas 204-R-2. 77 Dogs, Cats, Other Pets PUPPIES, Canaries, Turtles. Fish-Plants Supplies. JULBELL, U East Northampton. (- STEINWAY & SONS grand piano, excellent condition, $975. LIZDAS PIANO, 247 South Main. GOOD Piano, $35.00; Accordion, worth $250, will Sacrifice $45.00. 160 Hazle Street. 48 Wearing Apparel 3 WHITE gowns, 1 green, 9-12. $5. each. 2-1224. 53 Poultry and Eggs NEW HAMPSHIRE Red Pullets, 3 pound. Ed. Parry, R. D. 1, Pittston. Phdne Harding 32-R-7. A.K.C. REGISTERED Boston Terriers Shelties (Miniature Collies). Writ E. Cochran, Towanda, R.. 5, Penna. FOR SALE RED FOX DALLAS 232-R-2 GERMAN Shepherd Police Puppies For Sale. A. K. C. Steward Lamoreaux, HtMldck Creek, R. D. 2. WHOM TO CALL 80 Business Service Offered NEW FLOOR Sanding Machines. Rent by day. Varnlsn and filler. LUZERNE LUMBER. 7-1177. LAMPS converted. Kemen Lamp and Lighting Studio. Dial 4-1165. "PRINTING by Bahr, costs less by far." Arthur Bahr. 7-4628. BUY SELL Quality Furniture KING'S FURNITURE. 261 South Main. 2-6659. COAL AND ELECTRIC combination range. Bargain. PIERCE HOME Appliance. 7-5645. HEAVY Chicks, this week, 16c. 300 River, Forty Fort 7-4218. COOI.KRATOR Ice refrigerator. 100 DOUnri rnnnpltv Cvfullnt nnt tion, $15.00. 2-4173. 64 Seeds, Plants, Flowers 206000 RUTGER Tomato Plants. Just right for green pack trade. Davenport's, 16 Ransom Street, Plymouth. BIG WHITE 17 cubic foot Gordon refrigerator. Large frozen food chest. fJOOn HnTTSFwrirmMr' xi TER, 18 East Market. 9-12, RUG CHAIR. FLOOR LAMP, jituiw, t,iu i-oatu, Jtvenings Only. 24 Instruction Classes FLOOR sanding and finishing. A. Vanderhoff. 2-7924 . or Dallas 368-R-9. WELL DRILLING 's " Reliable work done by experienced drillers, using latest modern equipment. RAYMOND KRESGE, R. D. 2, Wllkes-Barre. Phone 38-8890. RUGS, Upholstery Shampooed. Your Home, Our Plant Mothproofing, THOMAS. 2-7222. 24 Instruction Classes JEWEL GAS RANGE, side oven, m uer, uurners. uail 4-101. 24 Instruction Classes KENMOKE Deluxe washer, $70; Grand gas range, four burner, $80. Call 3-5584. BOY'S Westfleld bicvcle. Will sacrl-flce. Call Plymouth 9-2267. JOHNSON-Sea Horse Outboard Motors; Fishing Tackles and Boats. Forty Fort SPORTING GOODS, 964 Wyoming Avenue, Forty Fort. Open Evenings. FIVE MODERN booths with tables. Almost new. Will sell at half price. Color, ivory and red. 3-9212. HIGH SCHOOL boy wants work. Box 'ROWBOAT ON HARVEY'S LAKE $50 479, this paper. DIAL 7-0607 FOR HIRE Dump Truck, W license with driver. 7-0406. 24 Instruction Classes 24 Instruction Classes 24 Instruction Classes VETERANS FOR A BRIGHTER FUTURE EhPOLL NOW IN GARMENT MANUFACTURING State Licensed G. I. Approved' FULL SUBSISTENCE Morning Afternoons-Evening Classes START IMMEDIATELY WYOMING VALLEY SCHOOL OF GARMENT MANUFACTURING 212 SOUTH WASHINGTON ST., WILKES-BARRE, PA. VETERAN OWNEp Phone S-7720 VETERAN OPERATED VETERANS IMMEDIATE ENROLLMENT WATCH and CLOCK REPAIRING The Lifetime Trade Enroll Under 0.1. BUI Subsistence Up to $120.00 , Monthly A Clean, Highly Respected and Profitable Profession Day or Evening Classes Investigate Before 011 Enroll In Any School For Pull Information Write, Call or Phone 2-2762 American Institute Of Watch Repairing INC. 207 SO. MAIN ST. WILKES-BARRE. PA. LEARN GENERAL CARPENTRY Afternoon Classes Start Monday, June 13 Registration From 8 A. M. to 7 P. M. Daily WILKES-BARRE. WOODWORKING . SCHOOL, INC. 779 Hazle St. Phone 2-9342 EXPERIENCED BLIND STITCH OPERATORS Ann Will Garment ' 7 Wyomlm Ave., Kin f Urn WANTED , Experienced Operators for Night and Day Shifts High Piece Rates : h4 working eoadltlons. VALERIE FASHIONS -MhW ann'l SlwppUc Ccatar) II Aile Bi, West Nantleeks EXPERIENCED OPERATORS WOULDN'T YOU LIKE TO WORK IN WONDERFUL SURROUNDINGS ? Where You Will Havt FREE COFFEE MUSIC REST PERIODS I BENEFITS OF A UNION SHOP EMPLOYEES' CAFETERIA These advantages can be had at the WILKES-BARRE factory of a nationally famous dress manufacturer. Contact: YORK JUNIORS . 44 Carey Avenue Wllkes-Barre, Pa. ATTENTION: .VETERAR: VETERANS: ENROLL III THE HOST UP-TO-DATE AND MODERN SCHOOL OF SHOE REPAIR AND LEARN A LIFE-TIME TRADE. ' CLASSES START IMMEDIATELY -ENROLL NOW State Licensed Expert Instructors Excellent Working Conditions Expert Supervision Full Time Day and Night Classes You Receive Up to $120.00 Per Month While Training Complete Set of Tools and 1 Materials Furnished G. I. APPROVED SCRANTON SCHOOL OF SHOE REPAIR 327 FERN AVE., 2nd FLOOR, SCRANTON, PA. PIIO'iE 4-9323 Registration, 9OQ A. M. to 5:00 P. M. 7;00 P. M. to 9:00 P. M. ' TV? RN TCTF 9 YOU "CAN LEARN A ffsl VyA W o PROFITABLE TRADE 1 RIGHT HERE IN WILKES-BARRE! BIG DEMAND, TOP PAY FOR EXPERIENCED MEAT MEN! Experienced men cutters, cnatennen and mnajrr are urgently needed everywhere today In this fascinntinr meat busineaa. The trade la a steady, year-ln-and-year-ont profession. People mus always eat! There is opportunity, bfg pay, security for the future ln this trade for smart men of action who lurow opportunity when t hey see it. Are YOV such maaT If you are, Jroa will want to Investigate further. This modern school Is fully equipped: It is G. I. approved and State licensed. tt i, the ONLY one of Its kind in or around Wilkes-Barre. Its directors and faculty consists of lone-experienced, successful meat man. You learn to eut meat by doing It! it Is the type of training th at prepares yen to step into a responsible Job with confidence and experience. GET THE FACTS NOW! VISIT OUR MODERN AND WELLEQUIPPED SCHOOL AND WORK ROOMS. NEW CLASSES START IMMEDIATELY fa VAiiraalf Haw pent. IiiYertftrt6 the at no oDiiffftuoits xou 01V1UHO weieome. " - vsj ua a twaai sa w sws w unvvsMH a j ("4lvvw v VILEIEG-BAnRE GCEICOL OF MEAT (CUTTING AUD riEElCIIAIJDIGinG ,18 EAST MARKET ST. " ' i WILKES-BARRE, PA. ,,

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