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The Morning Call from Allentown, Pennsylvania • 5

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The Morning Calli
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FIRST Parking Regulations CO AAA Dli ChecU Size on Those Police Think Oil Mrs. John Leh On Monday Evening G. Package On Topton Stove Plant Robbers 'Specialists' Plant Farm Cracksmen who opened a safe at Irreplaceable stove tops and pat Dies 7 Weeks After Husband Seven weeks after her husband's death. Mrs. Irene E.

Leh. widow of John Leh prominent Allentown banker and business man who died August 10. passed away yesterday at 11 a. m. at her home 1549 Hamilton St.

Mr. Leh was senior partner of H. Leh and Co. Mrs. Leh was born on 5th near Turner, June 21.

1869. a daughter of Train Kills Man InMachine At Telford George Hilder. 61-year-old clothing worker of Telford, was killed almost instantly yesterday when his coupe was struck by a Reading railroad train on the 3rd St. grade crossing in the Montgomery county enrt of Telford. The train, a passenger train bound north from Philadelphia to Bethlehem, crashed into Hilder's car about 5:32 p.

m. Hilder's body, cut in two. was tossed from the wreckage about 100 feet from the scene of the crash, and the wrecked car was dragged an the Gulf Oil 13th St. and Sum Parking and traffic regulations, for the guidance of motorists on Monday night when the War and Welfare Fund torchlight parade will be held, were announced last night by Chief of Police Wayne Elliott. There will be no parking on Hamilton St.

from Penn to 13th or on 6th St. from Court to Hamilton from 6 p. m. until the end of the parade. Traffic will be detoured away from use of 5th St.

from Walnut to Turner Walnut from 5th to 6th and from Linden St. from 4th to 6th Sts. during the formation of the paraders. Due to the many inquiries and -differences of opinion as to the correct size and weight of Christmas parcels for servicemen and women overseas to be mailed from Sept. 15 to Oct.

15. authorities at the Allentown post office once more advised: The parcel must not be more than IS Inches in length under any circumstances. The package may be 36 inches In length and girth combined. If a parcel Is 15 inches long it cannot be more than 21 inches in girth, or distance around. Fifteen Inches in length leaves only 21 inches for girth to total the 36 inches.

If a package is only 10 inches however, then its girth may be 26 Inches for ner early yesterday morning and terns were destroyed in a barn fire at Topton last night that caused damage estimated at about $25,000. Fire damage would have been considerably stole ration coupons redeemable for higher, according to Topton Foundry Co. officials, had it not been for the able fire fighting work of the Topton Fire Co. and the Lyons Fire co. wnicn was summoned, for assistance.

approximately 175,000 gallons of fuel, are believed to be members of a gang specializing in robbing bulk plants. Captain of Detectives Wallace H. Yeager last night said the local robbery was similar to one staged last Saturday at the bulk plant of the Standard Oil Co. at Pottsville, where a large number of coupons, money Aim Aimimoimimcemeitiitt While all other newspapers in Eastern Pennsylvania have made at least, one increase in subscription rates during the past five years, the CALL-CHRONICLE NEWSPAPERS have taken pride In the fact that they were able to maintain the same low circulation rate schedules which existed for a quarter of a century. Because of increased costs in every phase of newspaper production, this is no longer possible.

We are therefore announcing that effective Oct. 1, 1944, the price of THE MORNING CALL and the EVENING CHRONICLE will be increased from 2 to 3 cents per day or 18 cents per week, while the price of the SUNDAY CALL-CHRONICLE will be 5 cents. There will be no increase in the cost of subscriptions to men and women in the armed services. In making this announcement, we pledge our continued efforts toward providing our readers with the same thorough coverage of local, national and international news that has made the CALL-CHRONICLE NEWSPAPERS the most complete 0 their in the country, and to expand our services wherever possible as wartime restrictions are eased. ROYAL W.

WEILER J. C. SHUMBERGER DAVID A. MILLER Publishers. The fire broke out about 7 clock In the barn on a farm owned by the stove company in the southern sec the late Henry H.

and Susan, nee Yeaxel. Keck. She married John Leb on Jan. 17. 1893.

and three years later they moved Into their new home the northeast corner of 16th and David E. Gandler additional 900 feet before the train Hamilton at that time the far tion of the borough. The barn had been used as a storage place for hundreds of stove tops and other stove parts which had been stored there for the duration while the company and checks were stolen. Most of the coupons stolen here were for fuel oil. representing a total of 169,426 gallons.

These coupons western section of the city. Up to the time of her Illness she Dies in Italy was brought to a halt. It was the sixth fatal accident at the crossing in the last seven yearsi Observers reported that Hilder waa were "banked with the oil firm by was engaged in war production. The barn was also used as a storage Dlace for equipment and a con Staff Sergeant Dtvid E. Gandler, took an active part in the affairs of the auxiliaries of both the Allentown and Sacred Heart hospitals.

Muhlenberg auxiliary, the Y. W. C. A. and also Boulevard E.

C. church, of which husband of the forrier Ruth Schneider, 934 Chew was killed in action 139 customers, who drew on their deposit for their fuel supply. Coupons for gasoline amounting to 3,872 gallons were stolen. These were of the B. C.

3-B and 3-C types and were collected from fuel stations siderable quantity of baled hay by Earl Diehl. a farmer of Topton, whose loss was placed at more than a total of 36 inches. Although there Is a maximum length set at 15 inches, there is no specific maximum for the? girth, as it can be larger or smaller depending on the length of the package. The weight of all packages must not be more than five pounds. City Paratrooper Reported Killed At Arnhem Lieutenant Richard Kresge Tice.

22-year-old son of Mr. nd Mrs. Sylvester she was a devout member. Until a few years aero she had also been a member of the Woman's club. $2,000.

Cause of the fire was undetermined, Thursday by drivers who made deliv Surviving: are two sons. John Henry After fighting the- flames for less than two hours, the firemen reported the fire under control. Most of the fire damage was confined to the Interior of the barn with the barn Leh and G. Edward Leh. who was recently placed on the Navy's inactive list after serving 25 months as a lieutenant.

Three grandsons, all sons of O. Edward Leh, also survive. They erics. There were 1,261 coupons for kerosene taken, most of them having a value of one gallon. A clock in the station office was stopped at 3:05 a.

m. and this is believed to be the time of the robbery, as the thieves pulled a master switch at the plant to extinguish all light and power. structure itself and the roof Just are Private First Class John Leh II. scorched by the roaring flames. Call-Chronicle Circulation with an airborne division overseas, and Andrew Keck Leh and David W.

Tice, of 1821 Cedar a member Leh. both students at Lawrenceville County Farmers The safe containing the coupons Rates Unchanged in 25 Years; Increase Due to Mounting Costs i. UV yvJ 1 if VS if- Plan to Spend was one of three in the office and was the only one damaged. The strong-box, weighing between 400 and 500 pounds, was rolled out of the office and pushed off the truck platform on to a driveway, where it was school in New Jersey. Mrs.

Leh was the last of the Keck family. Her only sister, Arabella Keck Miller, died a number of years ago. Rev. J. A.

Smith, presiding elder ef the Evangelical Congrrgational church, and Rev. H. D. Wlttmaler, There Is an old adage to the effect that when a man bites a dog it news, $8,600,000 NT i for the simple reason that men don't opened. A heavy hammer and drlftnln.

often bite dogs. Captain Yeager said, was apparently Bv the same token, when tne Can Lehigh' county's farmers are plan pastor of Boulevard E. C. church, will be in charge of funeral service to be held at 3.30 p. m.

Monday at the Leh home. 1549 Hamilton St. which will be attended by relatives Chronicle Newspapers Increase their used to knock in the safe's combination. The door of the safe was then pried open with bars. ning to spend $8,500,000 on post-war Improvements and for new machinery circulation rates, that, too, is news.

'Jit "V-w. and implements. It was revealed yes Entrance was gained by forcing an office door. The thieves ransacked This doesn't happen often eitner. in fact, it hasn't happened for approximately a quarter of a century, and at that time the cost of home delivered terday by Walter K.

outnne, cnair-man of the county Committee on Economic Development, in a talk to Allentown Rotary club. naners went from 10 to 12 cents a week. There are thousands of subscrib SGT. TAVID E. GANDLER ers on our records today who have over Italy Sept.

12, a War Department never experienced any change in our driving east on 3rd St. wnicn has a sharp grade to the railroad tracks obstructing visibility of approaching trains. Traffic on the main connecting line of the Philadelphia and Reading system was tied up for more than a hour by the accident because of the entanglement of the wreckage with the locomotive's trucks. Commuters were delayed in reaching their destination while wrecking crews worked to free the locomotive from the demolished automobile. Hilder.

according to his wife, Mrs. Elsie Hilder, had left their home on S. Main St. in Telford to do some shopping in the community. Childless, he is survived by his widow, and three sisters: Mrs.

Mamie Schweger and Emma Hilder, both of Telford, and Mrs. Rosie Kulp of Perkasle. He was employed at Sackman's clothing fac tory in Telford. Private funeral services will be held Sunday afternoon at the H. C.

Hedrlck funeral home in Telford. Farmhand Gored By Vicious Bull The cooperative enterprise of Dr, Robert L. Schaeffer and the Allentown hospital's ambulance crew was praised for the fact that Peter Hess, 40-year-old Topton farm hand, was resting comfortably and in "favorable condition" last night in the Allentown hospital. Hess, employed on the John and Arthur Trexler farm in the Topton borough, was gored badly by a vicious bull about 5:30 p.m. yesterday.

Hess was attempting to lead the bull to a watering trough when the animal turned on him and ripped his abdomen open. Thrown to the ground. Hess cried for help and farm hands ran to his rescue, driving the bull back Into its pen. Dr. Charles Smith of Topton was summoned.

Seeing the man's condition, he gave him first aid treatment, summoned the Allentown hospital ambulance and called Dr. Schaeffer in Allentown. In less than 20 minutes the ambu-, lance arrived to rush Hess to the hospital. He was placed on the operating table shortly before 6:30 p.m. and an Immediate abdominal operation waa performed.

Dr. Smith warmly praised the work of Dr. Schaeffer and the hospital circulation rates. report has revealed. uanaier nan Deen over This long record of stability in rates This amazing disclosure was the brightest spot in Mr.

Outhrie's preview of the CED report, which will be ready for release to the public shortly. The report on what the country's farmers plan to do in the post-war era was the result of a survey made with the cooperation of the heads of the various Granges. "Here was the No Increase in Subscriptions for Servicemen There will be no increase in the cost of subscriptions for men and women in the armed services under the new rates announced today. Approximately 4,500 service men and women are now receiving the Call, Chronicle or the Sunday Call-Chronicle. We are happy that we have been able to give them their home-town news, despite drastic restrictions in the use of paper.

We want them to continue getting it. If you are subscribing for someone in the Army or Navy or Marines, or if you are a service man or woman subscribing directly, there are only two things to keep in mind: 1. These subscriptions should be paid in advance, by mail or at the Call-Chronicle circulation offices. 2. Subscriptions for men over seas must be accompanied by a request in writing from the serviceman, himself, as required by the Post Office Department.

the office but other than the coupons the only thing missing is a Royal typewriter bearing serial number 2707684. Four Allentown Weaving Finns Cleared seas little more than two months. He was tall gunner on a B-24 Liberator Bomber of the 15th Air Force and wrote recently that he had already completed more than half his tour is one in which the Call-Chronicle have taken pardonable pride. There is nothing new about it except that we are doing it. Other newspapers throughout the country and in East and friends.

Burial will be private in Fairview cemetery. Gasoline Tank On.Steam Shovel Explodes 8 Gasoline Tank A 20-gallon gasoline tank, attached to a motor-driven excavating shovel, exploded yesterday morning in Em maus, with the resulting flare-up of gas-fed flames causing severe burns of the shovel operator arms. Myron Flexer of E. Harrison P-TTti operator of the shovel owned by the Clinton Flexer Estate, suffered second degree burns of both hands and the forearms. He was most energetic and foresighted group of duty.

ern Pennsylvania have been hiking oi farmers I nave ever contacted," ne Sergeant and Mrs. Gandler were told the gathering of 100 men who LT. RICHARD K. TICE their rates ngnt along, xne trend, as most newspaper readers know, has been evident for five years. Many represent a cross-section of business married June 21 at Topeka, where he comrileted his last phase of gunnery training, and he left for and industry in Allentown and vicin papers have made more than one in ity "They are truly real business peo overseas shortly afterward.

Son of of the Polish Parachute Brigade participating in the fierce battle of Arnhem. was killed in action along the ple, as their survey shows." crease. Irs. Sophie Gandler. 1957 Bronx In Reading, for instance, both morn Broken down, the $8,600,000 will be dale Bronx, N.

he had been ing and evening papers charge 24 used for: improvements to farms, in in service more than two years. A Lek river in the Nazi-occupied section of the Netherlands, according to a Polish press bureau release received cluding houses, barns, $1,000,000: cents a week, or 8 cents a copy. Tne same is true of Pottsville and Norrls- brother. Alfred, is in the Navy. new machinery and implements, $4, Mrs.

Gandler is a wellknown and yesterday. electrical equipment, town. Hazleton papers charge 21 cents a week, and In Lancaster and Easton The first All en Ionian listed as a trucks and automobiles. 1 i r. popular Allentonian.

Graduated from Allentown High school in 1939 and from Allentown Business college in uuuseiiuiu guuus, the rate is 20 cents a week, scranton, Wilkes-Barre. Philadelphia and Beth Shortage of Jobs casualty at Arnhem. Lieutenant Richard Tice. enlisted in the Polish Army three years ago in Canada. Behind the announcement of Rich ing was reached only after long thought and careful study.

Having grown with treated by a physician in Emmaus. Fire Chief John R. Mover responded with the squad wagon to the alarm sounded at 10:45 a. m. and used about 20 gallons of a foam preparation to kill the flames which were fed by the gasoline from the tank and 1940.

she is credit manager for Sears, A shortage of Jobs for men looms lehem papers have long been charging 18 cents. as a postwar problem for Lehigh county's industry. Mr. Guthrie said. PHILADELPHIA.

Sept .29. OP) Applications by the Office of Price Administration for injunctions against four Allentown commission cloth weaving concerns were denied today by Federal Judge Harry E. Kalodner. but an injunction against a fifth concern in the same city was granted. The OPA asked that the five concerns be restrained from doing business until they filed base period and current price records in accordance with OPA regulations.

Judge Kalodner held that the four companies Silk Fabrics Co. and United Textile both owned by the same group; Schlegel Brothers, and the S. M. S. Textile Mills may not have kept price records in the way OPA prescribed.

Technically, he said, they may have violated the law, but the infraction was so slight that it did not call for issuance of injunctions. In the case against Peter Moareio. ard Tlce's death Is a story of genu Roebuck and Co. Che is extremely ac tlve at the Jewish Community Cen ter. the Lehigh Valley, it is the intention of the publishers and each member of the Call-Chronicle family to keep pace Because the dally newspaper is so "Lehigh county's postwar industrial me patriotism.

Back in 1940 Young Tice gave up his position as a race the oil-lade ned parts of the heavy with the community. In the face of picture is not too dark, but we do have intimate a part of the life of every subscriber, the publishers of the Call-Chronicle feel their customers have a right to know the background of what norse handler to enlist in the united increased costs, it has become econ Dr. Dale Moore's Father a few problems," he said. "From our report it now looks as though we omically impossible from a business States Army. That was before Pearl Harbor, before the United States was cursing equipment.

The explosion occurred on N. 2nd St near Berger where the shovel was being used for excavation purposes on the housing construction project there. is behind today's announcement. will be short of Jobs for men, but Marks 90th Birthday at war. This can be stated in just two there will be more postwar Jobs for point of view to give the people of this valley the kind of paper they expect and deserve on a 2 cent a day basis.

at 3 cents, you will be getting words: Increased costs. Rev. Churchill Moore, father of women than there are women to flu For instance, in 1935 a ton of news President Dale Moore of Cedar Crest them. After serving in Uncle Sam's armed force for a short time. Army medics discovered he had a punctured ear drum and he was subsequently discharged.

But Richard Tice was not pleased Amplifying the blunt statement that college, celebrated his 90th birthday on Thursday at the home of his son at print cost $41. Today the same paper costs $59 a ton, and an additional increase is imminent. The Call-Chron your newspaper at below the actual some men may be without Jods. ne said one large industry in tne coun cost of production and distribution. ueaar resi.

itev. jvioore wno is rxp ular with the student body, was hon icle Newspapers use more than 4,000 How do we make up the deficit? With staff, when reports were made that. ty which employs several thousand men and women is only aoout tne discharge, ne was determined to play a part in the war ef ored by the boarding students on tons of paper a year. Hess' condition was good following however, the judge said the records kept by the firm related only to two of the many and varying weaving serv income from advertising, of course. Actually the advertiser helps carry Thursday evening.

for the duration," and another, al fort. He and a friend, James Burn- the operation. But that Is just one item. Every one of our wire services has Rev. Moore is a retired minister though not in Lehigh county but em side of Conneaut, hitch-hiked into Canada, where they enlisted in the ices rendered, and were so incomplete as to constitute a serious violation, though the offense may not have been part of the expense of getting your paper to you each day at 3 cents.

He does so knowingly because he wants to get his message to as many persons ploying thousands of Lehigh men, has been unable to offer anything def increased its assessment since the beginning of the war. Labor costs have Increased notably. Then there are such of the Congregational church, having served 40 years as minister of the United Church of Canada. His charges were at Klngsport. Nova polish Army.

inite on postwar Jobs. The weal hero studied the Polish deliberate. Items as metal and ink, machinery as possible. We will need additional capital language and received an officer's Scotia, Ayers Cliff, Quebec and Kes and industries to offset this impend commission March 15. 1944.

and Sgt. John Bartos War Casualty Staff Sergeant John J. Bartos of 15 N. 3rd St. waa killed in action in What the future holds no one knows.

But of this we are certain: The Call- wick Ridge, New Brunswick. He has ing job shortage." said Mr. Guthrie. trained 21 men to be Jumners without had the reputation of never missing a "And when we think of new indus any suffering a single injury. church service though sometimes the tries we must consider those which Chronicle papers will not stand still.

They will continue to be your papers in the same personal way they always Falls 45 Feet: Little Hurt John Deutsch. 55. told Sacred Heart hospital attaches yesterday that he counted, himself a very lucky man when he applied for dispensary treatment after a 45-foot fall which produced only minor injuries. Deutsch. who lives at 415 Washington St was hart at the brewery of F.

Neuweller's Sons at Front and Gordon Sts. where he is employed as a painter. Workintr en the third-story level. Deutsch plunged to the ground as the extension ladder he was using slipped, but the total of his Injuries was a collection of abrasions which covered both legs. An X-ray examination failed to disclose that he bad been more ba4Iy hurt in the fall and Deutsch was discharged and told to report to his family physician.

He waa married to Elizabeth Lums- and type, the cost of distribution, and finally, there Is your carrier boy and news dealer. They would like to have a little more money, too, and the new rates will provide It for them. Being a purely civilian enterprise the Call-Chronicle Newspapers have had to operate under all the handicaps temperature was sub arctic, The five cases were the last of 17 filed by the OPA early last July against weaving concerns in the Lehigh-Berks county area who work for New York concerns on a commission basis. Previously the OPA obtained injunctions against 12 of the concerns, mostly by consent decrees. 27 Years Old I den from Trenchie, Fife.

Scotland last Rev. Moore has four sons, Dale will give jobs to men. There will be more than enough jobs for the women of the country." Oct. 2. Moore.

Churchill MacDonald Moore. France on Aug. 28. His father said Friday that he had of Huntington, Quebec; Ross Freeman Mr. Guthrie said industries in Al his mother, Mrs.

Elizabeth Bartos, nave oeen. to their best ability, they will record the day by day history of this great community. Plans are already in the process of formulation for expansion in many fields as wartime restrictions are lift Moore, of Quebec-City, and Rev. Ar heard from Richard about three weeks ago when he reported he was of higher costs without compensating lentown have said they can increase was informed Wed thur Bruce Barbour Moore of Saska increases in income wmcti nave neen employment by 23 per cent in the in fine shape, expecting to see some Private First Class Richard A. Brobst.

son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob D. toon, Saskatchewan, formerly of the nesday by the War enjoyed by industries with war action soon. postwar era, but this will not ne sui-ficient to absorb the hundreds of re the college Hill church at Easton The Polish Parachute Brigade was Department Con-1 'Z firmatlon of the 4y Brotat of 925 N.

7th celebrated his 27th birthday last Wednesday at Decision to increase our rates and ed in news coverage, pictures, entertainment features, comics and interpretative articles. turning veterans and the thousands apparently a part of the British 1st Belgian organizations have esti break a precedent of such long stand-. of men who face the loss of their Airborne division, nick-named the mated that German looting annually nome witn ms parents. He is on a furlough and will return to Salt Lake was received yes- terdav In the form jobs at two large plants operating Red Devils." which withdrew from Included 3,960,00 gallons of beer, more fully on war contracts. a precarious bridgehead around Arn than loo.ooo tons of straw, approxi Major Shumberger of a letter irom Industry in Allentown and Lehigh The Netherlands West Indies has no gasoline rationing, but lack of tires handicaps transportation there.

City where he is stationed with the Army Air Force band at the end of his furlough. hem in the Netherlands where for mately 10,000 tons of sugar and lit W- Adjutant General nine days and nights they made a 000 tons of oats. details details TTHn No county will need more equity capital after the war," he said. "Usually when communities think of more Jobs they Attends Controller Sessions in Chicago classic stand. Most recent reports said approximately 2,000 paratroop Complete Arrangements for Opening of War-Welfare Fund Drive geant Bartos' death iy.

look toward bringing an old-establisn ers out of an original force of C.003 ed firm into their midst. Instead of i'; srf ft Major J. C. Shumberger. vice The 21 -year-old returned to the British lines after the bitter struggle.

Tice and Burn- soldier had been In Panther Valley-Carbon County Briefs that let's pump more equity capital Into existing small industries, and Allen town will be transformed into a thrlv president and controller of the Call side are believed the only Americans 3 the Army since March 17. 1943. HI basic training wns received at Camp Chronicle Newspapers, and president ing industrial area. We can create a to have been serving with the Polish paratroopers. of the Lehigh Valley Broadcasting business environment by putting our left Allentown yesterday to attend tne Lieutenant Tice was a member of At.

V- Wolters, Texas. In September of the same year he was Bent overseas to Italy. He had been but recently sent savings to work as equity capital. 13th annual meeting of the Controllers the Legion of Volunteers from United "Experts and economists say wei rip Institute of America which will be States and Canada. to France.

must create between seven and ten million new Jobs after the war. Now held in the Stevens hotel. Chicago The Tices are parents of another The son of the late John J. Bartos, son, James. 20, who is serving with then, industry has said it has do he was born in Winburne on June 7.

the Marines in the South Pacific 1923. He was brought to Allentown as billion dollars to put to work, in new buildings, expansion, etc- and there Oct. 2, 3, 4. Major Shumberger is a past president of the Institute. Advanced reports indicate that the meeting will be one of the most im-Dortant in the history of the Institute, are well over 100 billion dollars in PALMERTON SEAMAN a child and attended St.

Johns Parochial school and Harrison-Morton Junior High school. vested in war bonds. This total of 150 billions, nut to work in industry, STATIONED AT NORFOLK Seaman Second Class Ernest Szuk- its announced goal being to provide the controllers and financial officers Before entering the Army he was could wen give us our biggest boost in ics, 18. son of Mrs. Theresa Szuklcs, of American corporations with the of 245 Ave.

Palmerton, who recent the pOst-war period. "We must encourage people with employed by the Corbetta Construction Bethlehem. Sergeant Bartos was a member of St John the Baptist Catholic church. front-line facts and tne panoramic ml Ml view noint. both of which are now ano savings to put them into equity capi tal," Mr.

Gutnrie ceciaren. A brother. Sergeant Thomas A. ly completed his boot training at Bainbridge. Md is now stationed at Norfolk, Va.

Before entering service in July he waa employed in the spraying department of the Woodcraft will continue to be essential to the nation's success in culminating the war effort and reconverting the war Backinar ud his nlea for more equity capital in industry, he offered this Bartos, is now somewhere in Northern France. He has been in service since November, 1942. vi-3r VVYJ supposition. Dased on present renei economy to peace-time pursuits. Allen E.

Hunt, controller of the Artcolor Slatington. He previously attended Palmerton High in addition to his mother and Thomas, Sergeant Bartos is survived costs and ced ngures: The Committee on Economic Development has figured it costs about $5,936 to create one lob. At this figure. school. by another brother, George Bartos, AJlentown, and two sisters, Mrs.

Anna Services Sunday school In the Lansf ord Jewel Tea of Barring ton, Illinois, will be general chairman of the sessions and the annual dinner on Tuesday, Oct. 3rd will feature an address by Eric Johnson, president of the Chamber of Commerce of the United States, who recently returned from Russia. Grim and Pauline Bartos. both of $1,000,000 put to work would create 160 jobs, and these Jobs would create another 160 jobs in the various service industries, such as providing and this city. Trinity church will be held at 9:30 a.

m. Sunday. Holy communion will be administered at 11 a. m. with the sermon topic "The Rock on Which In Army Two Years Corporal Delbert Wagner, son of hauling supplies, etc.

Figuring on an Throughout the convention, special average of four persons to a family. the Church Was Built." delivered by conferences will be held which will be of narticular Interest to the fol the 320 Jobs created by the $1,000,000 would support 1.328 persons. the pastor. Rev. W.

E. Phillips. lowing industries: Automobiles and air- At St. Philip's church. Summit Hill.

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wagner of 401 S. 4th Emmaus, observed the second anniversary of his entry into the armed forces yesterday, somewhere in Fiance. Before entering the service.

Corporal Wagner was living at Taking tne same 920 lammes 01 1.328 persons and depriving them of their means of support through in church school will be conducted at 2 p. m. and at 7 p. worship service with a sermon being delivered by the the home of his aunt, Gertrude Moy Members of the committee which yesterday completed arrangements for the War and Welfare Fund torchlight parade Monday are shown above: Front row, Ray Moyer, YJW.CA.; Mrs. Esther Clark, Women's Relief Corps; Henry M.

Faucett, general chairman; Dr. Anthony Corblerre, French relief; James Dncas, Greek Relief and John M. Pokorny, general chairman of the campaign. Second row: Chief of Police Wayne Elliott, police; Earl Wleder, city controller; L. W.

Bilger, Mack Mfg. and George Hamilton, Boys Club. Seven Borough Burgesses Among the Aides of Mayor Diefenderfer Chief Marshal of Monday Night Parade dustry, it would cost $23,107 monthly, or $277,286 for a year, based on the present Government dole of $69.60 monthly for each family of four. er, 419 Hamilton St. crart, oanxing and investment chemicals, foods.

Insurance, iron and steel, machinery, paper, petroleum, public utilities, publishers, radio, electrical and AllleiJ lines, textiles and transportation. John C. Naylor of St. Louis, Missouri, is the president of the Controllers Institute, which has grown from a single control in New York He took his basic at Fort Knox, Ky- and has been overseas for the past Dr. Fred Johnson, president or Ro pastor.

Deaths of Day NICOLA DeSCISCIO Nicola DeSciscio. 65. of 713 N. Jor nine months. tary, introduced the speaker.

Guests of Mr. Guthrie, who is a member of Two brothers. Sergeant Earl P. Wsa- Rotary, were Fred F. Kramer City In 1933 to include 31 controls in president of the Chamber of com The Ida Beth circle of the First Methodist church.

Summit Hill, will conduct a doughnut social Tuesday with Mrs. Earl Bex and Mrs. Sally Pans in charge. Staff Sergeant Joseph S. Oblas.

21, son of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Oblas. 298 E. Snyder Lansf ord.

is one of the officers responsible for the successful operation of the post exchange at an Eighth Army Air Force station In Northern Ireland, a dispatch said yesterday. Harvest Home services will be held at 10:45 a. m. tomorrow in St. Paul's Lutheran church, Weissport, and at 2 doc at St.

Matthew's Lutheran church. North Weissport. Rev. J. A.

economy is pastor. Donald Dale of Summit Hill Is celebrating his 16th birthday anniversary today. Holy communion will be administered in Jacob's Evangelical and Reformed church. Weissport. at 10:30 a.

and 7:30 p. m. tomorrow and at Big Creek Reformed church at 2:30 p. m. Rev.

A. L. Seldomrldge, pastor, will be in charge. A record dance was held In the Summit Hill Junior High school on Thursday night. Corporal Evelyn M.

Anstead. WAC, has arrived in New Guinea, her mother. Mrs. Emilv Anstead. 134 Holland St, Summit Hill, learned yesterday.

Corporal Anstead. who took a special course in code work at Women's college. Denton. Tex, haa been in service It months. Beatrice Hennlnger, daughter of Holland Summit Hill, is observing her birthday anniversary today.

Holy communion will be administered in Ebenezer Evangelical church. Weissport. at 10:30 a. m. tomorrow, with Rev.

A. H. Rusweiler, pastor, in charge. A dance will be held tonight in St. Joseph's hall.

Summit Hill. Music will be furnished by Seiko's orchestra. Mrs. John Halko. 404 W.

Catawlssa Nesquehoning, and Mrs. Michael Trenton. N. left yesterday for Boston, to visit Michael Patosko. their brother and husband, respectively, who is a member of the Navy Sea bees.

Mrs. Harry Miller and daughter of Summit Hill, returned home after visiting the former's husband, who is autloned in Mississippi. Mr. and Mrs. Ernent Helntzelmsn.

Bovmanstown. are observing their 6th wedding anniversary today. Mrs. Heintaelman is the former Fern Walk, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.

Robert Walk. Bowmanstow n. Mr. Heintzelman is the son of Mr. and Mrs.

Robert Beintzelman. also of Bowmanstown. The couple has a daughter, Carol. dan died yesterday morning at important Business centers xrom coasi to coast. Final arrangements have been made the Sacred Heart hospital.

He had been in ill health for six months. merce: Noah Shephardson, chairman of the action committee of the CED, and H. G. Berlin, industrial secretary of the Chamber of Commerce. for the torchlight parade along Hamilton St.

Monday night, which with the rally in the Lyric theatre for USAAC, Jewish War Veterans and Mothers of World War II. Group A of the Second Division will form on Walnut west of 5th. Headed by the Allentown High school band, it will be composed of Control Marks Birthday Corporal Stanley L. Kistler, son of A native of Italy, he came to this country 44 years ago. He was em Mr.

and Mrs. R. J. Klstler of Allentown R. D.

2. observed his birthday on Pvt. Christy Demopulos ployed as a laborer at the National Dyeing and Printing Co. for many years. He was a member of Our Lady workers, will officially open the Lehigh County War and Welfare fund campaign.

Center Staff, Cadet Nurses Corps. Thursday somewhere in England where In Base Hospital in Italy Private Christy O. Demopulos of of Mt. Carmel church, and the Italian he is a headquarters jeep driver lor tne Eighth Army Air Forces. Eleven musical organizations will Sheriff Defense Corps, other civil defense units, A.W.V.S.

and the Auxiliary Firemen. I.B.C-A. club. Corporal Kistler was inducted in Group A of the Third division will be in the line of march, which will Include military groups, civic organizations and representatives of the various agencies which will receive support from the fund. The parade Tamaqua, who had been wounded in France, has been evacuated by plane to a base hospital In Italy, his parents.

Mr. and Mrs. George Demopulos, 402 MRS. IDA WEAVER Mrs. Ida.

nee Fenstermacher, wife Hazle learned yesterday. of Milton Weaver, died Friday at the Palmerton hospital where she was confined for the past three days. She will move from Law and Hamilton Private Demopulos participatea in the battle at Anzlo beachhead also. A had been in ill health for the past brother. Staff Sergeant Everett O.

five years. ner is stationed In England with the Army, and Technical Sergeant Elwood Wagner of the United States Marina Corps, is stationed at Quactico, Va. Working Schedule All Panther Valley collieries and aQ departments of the Lansford shops are scheduled to operate today and Monday. The Weather From U. S.

weather bureau: For Allentown Bethlehem and vicinity Cool and fair Saturday. Sunday continued clear accompanied by moderate temperatures. Sun rises 6:57 a. sets 6.47 p. m.

Moon sets 4:44 m. Temperatures (By the Associated Press) The U. S. weather bureau reported the following high and low temperatures for Friday: HiRh Low Allentown 66 50 Boston 65 58 Chloago 62 53 Cleveland 64 48 Denver .....81 43 Miami 84 78 N-w York 70 59 Philadelphia 70 59 Pittsburgh 68 49 St. Louis 60 55 Washington 70 65 Demopulos, is with the Army in New Guinea.

Born in Lynn township, Lehigh War and Welfare Fund and General Frank D. Beary, chairman of the Civilian Defense Corps. City, county and state officials and guests will follow the aides. Mounted police, police color bearers and a squad of police officers will be ahead of the Pioneer band, the active military personnel and members of the armed forces on furlough. Military groups forming the van of the First division will form on Hamilton east of 5th.

and will be composed of the Charles Henry Schaffer Post, 191, drum and bugle corps; Co. B. State Guard and the Civil Air patrol. Group A will form on N. 5th resting on Hamilton, and will be composed of the Marine band.

Sons of Union Veterans and auxiliary. Auxiliary Co. S.V.R.; O.A.R. Relief Corps, 47; G.A.R. Junior Relief Corps, 6: G.A.R.

Circle. Corps 10; U.S. Spanish War Veterans and auxiliary; Philippine War Veterans and auxiliary, Gold Star Mothers and wounded veterans in automobiles; Post 19 and Post 13 and auxiliaries, V.F.W. Group will form on S. 5th resting on Hamilton, and will consist of the Senior drum and bugle corps of Herbert Paul Lenta Post.

29, American Legion; Legion members and auxiliary. Junior drum and bugle corps of the Legion, Sons of the Legion, Disabled Veterans, Navy Club, county, she was a daughter of Lewis and Annetta. nee Welda. Fenster Novena Begins Sunday A novena in honor of St. Theresa macher, and a member of the Lu theran wing of New Tripoli cnurch.

Survivors are her husband and the following children. Henry Weaver, will begin Sunday at 7:30 p. m. in our Lady of Mt. Carmel church.

2nd and Chew Dr. Eugene J. Mar- form on N. 5th S.t., resting on Linden. It will be made up of the Central Junior High school band, the Municipal Band, War and Welfare Fund personnel who will join at 6th and Hamilton Salvation Army band, USO.

Oreek War Relief and float War Prisoner's Aid, China Relief, Yugoslavia Relief, French Relief Society and other war agencies. Group will form on Linden St, west of 5th. In line will be the Harrison-Morton Junior High band, Allentown and Sacred Heart hospitals. Family Welfare, Blind Jewish Welfare Agency. County and Township War and Welfare Agencies.

Group will form on Linden east of 5th. Included are Raub Junior High band. Girl Scouts, Boys Club, Children's Aid, YWCA. Day Nursery. Girls Haven.

Wiley House, Y.M.C.A., Jewish Community Center, Boys Hav en float, Allentown Child Care Centers and Boy Scouts. Group will be made up of patriotic organizations and floats. August 1942 and received his basic training at Atlantic City, N. J. He attended cooking school in Atlantic City and was classed as a first cook.

He was later transferred to his present Job. He has been overseas since May 1942. He was formerly employed as a stockman at the Mack Manufacturing Corp. Clear and Cool There's perfect fall weather on tap for the weekend. That's the forecast from weather bureau observers at the airport last night as they reported all Indications point to clear skies today with cool, fall-like temperatures, and more of the same brand of weather tomorrow.

Allentown's peak temperature yesterday was 66 degrees at 4 p. m. while the lowest point to which the mercury sank for the day's minimum was 50 degrees at 11:45 o'clock last night. Winds were variable throughout the day and the maximum velocity was never more than 16 miles an hour. 1 West Bowmans; Robert Weaver, Jordan: Mrs.

'William Shoemaker, Sts. at 8:20 p. head west on Hamilton St. to 13th St. and then disband.

Workers who will attend the Lyric theatre rally at o'clock at which William S. Livengood, Secretary of Internal Affairs, will be the main speaker will form in front of the theatre and fall in with the third division of the parade. Mayor Brighton C. Diefenderfer will be grand marshal and will lead the parade, followed by his aides. Among the aides are burgesses of Lehigh county, including: Thomas Belt-ler.

Alburtis; Don Yellen. Coplay: H. Morley Holton. Catasauqua; Gennah Jordan. Coopersburg; Howard Dclsch-ler.

Emmaus: Robert Strausser, Ma-cungie, and Charles Yenser, Slatington. Completing the staff of aides will be Warren W. Rhoda, chairman of the chetti, rector. Rev. V.

J. Fleckenstein, CJ.P.8.. of the New Cumberland Precious Blood Mission House, will de liver sermons at the novena to continue nightly through Sunday, Oct. 8. TAXPAYERS TAKE NOTICE A discount of Is allowed on all 1944 County Taxes if paid on or Stettlersvllle; Mrs.

Stuart Blose, at home: Mrs. Howard Hunslcker, Gr-msnsvllle R. 1: Mrs. Elmer Klstler, Palmerton; Harold Weaver. Schnecks-vllle R.

and Mrs. Wayne Turner. Ashflcld. There are 14 grandchildren. Funeral services will be held Tuesday at 2 p.

m. from the Ellwood Heintzleman funeral home. Slatedale, with the Rev. LeRoy M. Bond officiating.

Interment In the New Tripoli cemetery. before Sept. 30th. Please take notice that eept. 30tn is the last day to avoid penalty on 1944 School Taxes.

Jerry F. Kern, Collector of Taxes. adv. S. 29-30 THE MORNING CALL, Allentown, Fa, Saturday, Sept, SO, 1944.

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