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PAGE FOUR EVENING HERALD, SHENANDOAH, THURSDAY, OCTOittJK 16, iimy. WEDDINGS FUNERALS OBITUARIES Birth Announcements Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Dougherty of Centralia, are tne proud parr ents of a son, born at the Ashlana State Hospital The mother is the former Margaret Mills. Franklin Institute Created Mechanism For Guided Bomb Philip Haggerty, Former Frank (Puscavage) Praskicwies The funeral of Frank (Puscavage) Praskiewicz took place this morning from his home at Lost Creek Miss Olga Fedorowich Bride of Florida Man Janitor in Twp.

Schools Philip Haggerty, No. 44 Lower William Penn, one of the oldest Miss Olga Fedorowich. daughter A son was born to Mr and Mis Donald Lavas, of South Spencer street, Frackville, at the Pottsville Hospital. The mother is the former Bernadine Careyva. of Frackville of Mrs.

Nancy Fedorowich, Maha i PHILADELPHIA. Oct 16. (UJ5 Development at Franklin Institute of an aiming mechanism for a guid-j ed bomb was revealed last night by Dr. O. Grondahl.

Union Switch A Guaranteed Grcolation Assam MAXIMUM ADVERTISEMENT AT MINIMUM COST plaea a Classified Ad simply Dial 2777 and ask far Advertising Department Th rate it Zt a ward minim ma rata at Ue per InserUaa. noy Plane, and Donald Cleary, son No. 2 and was largely attended. Services conducted at the home were in charge of Rev. John Luk-sys and Rev.

Bernard Shimkus. High Requiem Mass was celebrated in St George's Church by Father Luksys residents of the community, passed away yesterday afternoon about 3 o'clock in his home. He had been of Mr. and Mrs, William Cleary, of Miami Fla, were united in matri ailing about one year. mony Sunday in St John's Greek Catholic Chureh, Maizeville.

Pile Sufferers PROFESSIONAL SERVICES LOST AND FOUND Well known throughout the Lost Creek Valley, Mr. Haggerty was employed in and about the mines who performed the last rites of absolution in the chureh and was also in charge of committal services at Rev. Simon Milanich, pastor of SEWING INSTRUCTIONS -Learn and Signal research and engineering director. Dr. Grondahl said the.m.echanism.

which never was used and which still is a military secret, surpassed all the known guiding instruments when it was developed during the war. LOST Black top of ladies' two the church, performed the double-ring ceremony. The bride's brother. the cemetery. Dressmaking.

Classes now tormina PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENTS It A. RODRIGUEZ Public accountant Accounting for small business and professional men Tax service. Audits. Systems. Call 2-0771, from 6 p.

m. on. ol4-3t for some time and later worked as a janitor in the schools at West Mahanoy Township. He was retired I can help many pile sufferers i believe I can help you too if you want relief from the itching sore- Pallbearers were John Zerbey. John Gantz.

George Thompson. Paul Daily and evenings. For lnforma piece dress between Fredmans and East Coal street. Finder please return to Fredman's, 15 North Michael, a seminarian at Stanford, was present in the sanctuary. some tome.

Possessky. William Kutchinsky and tion, call Mahanoy City. 323-J, come in to Singer Sewing Center, The bride was given in marriage Main street It Joseph Donohue. 19 West Centre street, Mahanoy Interment was in the parish ceme by her brother, Peter Fedorowich. She wore a white skinner satin gown with a sweetheart neckline City, and enroll.

s29-tf A mild-mannered man, he took a keen interest in the affairs of the community in his younger, active life. Seriously inured many years ago in the mines, he carried scars SALESMAN WANTED BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENT trimmed chantilly lace and long sleeves pointed at the wrists, with a long train falling from the hip- of the accident to his grave. tery. J. A.

Oravitz and Sons had charge. Byrnes' Writings Hit by British Continued from First Pagel Notice! The person who took the bicycle from 59 Weiton Place is known. Return within 48 hours or prosecution will -follow. It. Repairs! For the only Authorized Singer Repair Service, Call Mahanoy City 323 -J.

All work guaranteed In later life he took an interest in the development of youngsters It had passed its acceptance test. Dr. Grondahl said, and presumably would have been used by the Army Air Forces during the planned invasion of Japan. The bomb developed by the Frankfih Institute scientists differed from previous types in that it could be controlled both in left- and right directions, and in range. It eliminated the necessity of the launching plane reducing its speed and then diving directly on the MAN WANTED for Rawleigh business in city of Shenandoah and nearby towns.

Real opportunity. We help you get started. Write Rawleigh's, Dept PNJ-419-0, Chester. Pa. It Refrigeration Repairs Commercial Snd domestic refrigera and was a staunch supporter of the tion repairs.

Day or night service. line. Her fingertip veil was trimmed also in chantilly lace and was attached to a crown of orange blossoms. She carried a bouquet of white roses with streamers of white several prominent William Penn baseball clubs. He followed the progress of the United Mine Work Phone Mahanoy City 858 or Shenandoah 2-1321 J.

J. Decrease, 224 West Centre street, Mahanoy City. s25-t-t-tf pompons. MALE OR FEMALE HELP Singer Sewing Center, 19 West Ernest Bevin and Secretary of State George Marshall would "exercise ers since its inception in the anthracite field and was well versed on Miss Helen Naspinsky, intimate Centre street, Mahanoy city sa-u course the bomb trajectory. WANTED Distributors to handle friend of the couple, was maid of its laws and principles.

He was a member of St. Mary FOR SALE riess and burning pain of ordinal? piles. i My Henroib formula is different. Henroib is a small tablet taken with i a giass of water. It helps relieve some of the conditions inside your body that cause you such intense pile soreness and pain, i But I'll be honest with you there are some cases Henroib doe-I not seem to help very much.

I refuse I to ask people to psy for something that does not help them. If Henroib helps YOU surely ifis worth the -mall cost. If it does not help yoi; wan! you to have your money back And I will take your wore! find people are honest about such things. This is an unusual offer but Henroib has been sold on a refund promise for over 40 years. I am-no' asked to make many refunds so 1 Henroib must help most people who use it.

Simply go Nesbitt's or any drug store and get a package of Henroib. Use it as directed for 10 days. Then if you are not satisfied return what you did not use and get your money back. Try Henroib now. It won't cost you a penny if it does not help you honor.

She wore a dusty rose taffeta gown with a flowered head Dr. Grondahl. director of Section 5.2 of the National Defense Research Council during the war. said the Magdalen's Church. Lost Creek, and our Chip Beef Steaks, must have car.

Buy from us and sell. Barnies, 665 North Wyoming Street Mazle-ton. Pa. ol6-lt piece. She carried a colonial boi FOR SALE 1936 Plymouth sedan secret of the mechanism never has quet of pink roses with, blue delivery truck.

Fair condition been published and neither he nor streamers. Notice Amvets, Wardigo Post No. 7 There will be a special meeting of the Home Association on Thursday, Oct 16 at 7:30 p. at Post Headquarters. It is important that all members of Wardigo Post No.

7 attend. ol5-2t Board of Directors. Notice Ringtown American Legion! Apply Evening Herald. olo-2t those who participated in its development was free to discuss it Miss Mary Homka, cousin of the MALE HELP WANTED restraint" at the meting of the Big Four foreign ministers here next month, in an attempt to avoid an open breach with Russia. The News Chronicle said editorially that "In permitting himself to "speak frankly' Mr.

Byrnes has talked deplorable and dangerous nonsense." The Daily Mirror said editorially of Byrnes' advocacy of the risk of war. "Is this wickedness, idiocy or a mixture of both? Mr. Byrnes had better keep his mouth shut or do something else with it. He will FOR SALE Complete household bride, was bridesmaid. She wore a blue taffeta gown with a flowered furnishings.

Apply 251 Preston avenue. Girardville. ol6-2t WANTED Salesman, to be trained 10 PERSONS MISSING headpiece and carried a colonial as assistant manager If you can SHANGHAI. Oct. 1ft (UPlTW bouquet of pink roses and pink in former years was active on various parish committees.

Surviving are two nieces. Miss Mae Witcoski, at home and Mrs. John McCaughey. Chester; two nephews, John Witcoski. Pemns Grove.

N. and Edward Witcoski, Philadelphia. The funeral will take place Mon-v day morning from his home. Solemn Requiem Mass will be celebrated at 10 o'clock in St. Mary Magdalen's Church.

Lost Creek. Interment will be in the Annunciation Cemetery, Shenandoah. William Schwab is the funeral sell and are not afraid to work, the FOR SALE Used ABC washer, and streamers. persons were reported missing today in the burnine and sinkinff nf thp Singer Sewing Machine Company sanitary tubs. Phone Frackville, 295 has a permanent position for you Daniel Chawansky.

friend of the steamship Hsintung last Sunday couple, was best man while John Fedorowich, brother of the bride, FOR SALE Full-size crib; in good Salary and car allowance. Commission after training period. Car necessary Apply 19 West Centre Street Mahanoy City. s8-tf find no friends here even if he can in Japan." while it was en route from Swatow to Formosa. Central News Agency dispatches said there were more than 70 passengers on the ship.

Regular meeting of the Harry A. Kase Post 289. American Legion, Ringtown. will be held in the Post Home, Friday. October 17.

at 8 o'clock. A meeting of the Home Association will follow. It Thomas Grow. Commander. Fifth Anniversary Mass Will be held tomorrow in St was usher.

Both men wore morn- condition: cheap. Apply 212 South Lehigh Avenue, Frackville. It ng attire. Communist Papers Enraged Communist newspapers were en A dinner was served immediately MALE HELP WANTED Three ex raged by Byrnes' charge that Rus following the ceremony at the home perienced men to sell very fast FOR SALE Coal heater and kitchen coal stove. In excellent condition.

Dial 2-1896. ol4-3t sia never wanted to make peace in of the bride for 200 guests. Europe and that Soviet troops ought to be driven out of Germany, if it The bride was graduated from Joseph Wojcik, Heights; the Gilberton High School, class of took that to get them home. Ailing 14 Months FOR SALE Large Belber wardrobe trunk. Apply Box 215.

care of Evening It. George's Church at 7:45 a. for the happy repose of the soul of Anthony Matalavage, who died October 18. 1942. Relatives and friends invited to attend.

It "American war-mongering reach moving item on installment plan. Very large earnings to the right parties. Also 250 other household items to sell. Car helpful. Write, or apply in person to the American Furniture-Jewelry 518 North Shamokin st, Shamokin, Pa.

ol4-3t. WANTED! Experienced Sewing Machine Operators es new peak, said the Daily Worker of London. Joseph (Yourchik) Wojcik. 264 Indiana avenue. Shenandoah Heights, died in his home this morning.

He was ailing the past 14 "Byrnes speculating with third FOR SALE One Spencer furnace, slightly used. Apply at Weiss's Store, Shenandoah. ol3-tf. world war." said the Leftist Labor Paiper Prague, of Prague, Czecho months, but his condition was not considered serious. His death came 1944 and is employed by the Federal Bureau of Investigation in Washington, D.

C. The bridegroom was graduated from Catholic High School, Rye, N. and is now employed as a photographer in the Liberty Studio. Miami, Fla. Out-of-town guests at the wedding were Mr.

and Mrs. William Flanders. Yonkers. N. Mr.

and Mrs. William McLane. Yonkers, N. Mr. and Mrs.

Anthony Per slovakia. FEMALE HELP WANTED Apply Byrnes has joined the hysterica as a shock to his relatives and FOR SALE Small apartment size gas range; good condition. Apply 31 West Oak Street, first floor. ol5-2t ranks of American war-mongers, WANTED Girl or woman for gen friends. said the Communist newspaper in Born in Poland, he came to Shen H.

B. Spoont Company 12-18 East Coal Street, Shenandoah Rome, Umta. eral housework, two in family, reference required. Apply by letter to Box 206, care of Evening Herald. ol6-6t.

andoah when a young boy and moved to Shenandoah Heights 23 Attention Third Floor! Front makers, sleeve makers and skirt pinkers. report to work Friday, at 7 a. m. Skirt makers, sleeve setters, report to work Monday, at 7 a. m.

Joiners and closers, report at 10 a. Monday. Shenandoah Aocarel, Inc. It Notice, B. P.

O. Elks, No. 945 There will be a regular monthly meeting of the Shenandoah Lodge, Thursday, October 16, at 8 p. m. Following this meeting, at 9 p.

there will be the semi-annual meeting of the Home Association. Election and nomination of offi years ago. A miner by occupation, Find Nude Body nio. Miami. Mrs.

John Den FOR SALE Six-room house, with bath, located 230 East Arlington street. Apply 1167 West Centre street ol4-5t. WANTED Women, do you need bocker Colliery and was a member cnck- Frackville; Mra TUlie Mat-of Knickerbocker Local Union No. cf Connerton; Mrs. Frank Your- Of Slain Woman Continued from First Pagel FOR SALE Brown reed stroller.

1868. United Mine Workers of cAnocK Jna aaugmer. Helen, Mrs. America iua muscuuc ana aaugmer, Anna, in good condition. ApyAy 52 North Lehigh avenue, Frackville.

Phone He was a member of St. Casimir's "lc away, an ox rrack- in the past two months. She did not Church and the Roman Catholic Frackville 203-J. ol6-2t. know his present whereabouts.

"Embarrassed" by Rift" Alliance of the parish. FOR SALE White Wincroft kit Surviving are his widow, the for Wasil said he had not reported his money to help the family budget? Four or five hours a day will bring you a nice income "Serving Avon Customers." Shenandoah needs two representatives; Lost Creek one representative; Shenandoah Heights, one representative; Gil-berton, one representative; Maizeville, one representative, and other surrounding small towns. Write to Miss Rosetta Smith, Box 'I, Port Carbon, Pa. ol5-3t. CARD OF THANKS mer Martha Sokoloski.

native" of wife's latest disappearance to au chen stove, excellent condition. Apply 310 East Oak street. Gi cers will take place. Please arrange to be present. E.

J. Darowish, ol5-2t Exalted Ruler. Mt. Carmel; one brother, John Woj Girl, 13, Tells Tragic Story Continued from First Page thorities because he was "embar rardville. ol6-2t, rassed" by the rift in their marital life.

Their two other children are cik, of Shenandoah Heights, and one sister, Mrs. Margaret Sajda, of Shenandoah. He also leaves a number of nephews and nieces. Catherine. 7.

and Raymond. 13. w(M did fn M3 you say? WANTED TO BUY Sheriff Elmer J. Hoffman was at FOR SALE Beer, liquor and restaurant license. Apply Al's Cafe," 459 South Lehigh Avenue, Frackville.

ol6-3t many shotswere fired at her father r.nd mother, but she guessed five or The funeral will take place Sat tempting to determine whether Mrs six. Wasil was tortured before she was killed. An autopsy was scheduled WANTED TO BUY Beer license or beer and liquor license. Write to Box 214, care of Evening Herald Office. ol4-5i FOR SAI.E 1941 Studebaker Cham In the rear seat of the she sat directly behind her for today.

Her body was found about 2 p. father. Her grandmother. Mrs. Mary pion Club Coupe.

ARply 221 Florida avenue, Shenandoah Heights. ol4-3t. urday morning from the home with services at 8:30 o'clock. High Requiem Mass will be celebrated at 9 o'clock in the St. Casimir's Church.

Viewing will be Friday afternoon. Interment will be in the Mother of Consolation Cemetery, Mt. Carmel. Alex and Leonard Weratz have charge. (CST) yesterday by truck driver York, b7, and her brother, John Edward E.

Bluemel. of Elmhurst, Card of Thanks We extend sincere appreciation to all who assisted during our recent bereavement, the death of Frank (Puscavage) Praskiewicz. We are deeply grateful for offerings of Mass cards, flowers, the use of cars and to neighbors for the many thoughtful acts of per nine, were with him. John. She believes, rolled onto who drove past the car and heard the baby wailing.

He and a passing Cash Registers, siicers and urgently needed. Highest prices paid. Phone or write and representative will call. Apply: Charles Rudberg, 310 W. Cherry street, Shenandoah.

Phone: 2-0814. 108-9-15-16-4t the floorboard as he cried "Don shoot." FOR SALE-One 1940 D-40 International, four yard dump truck. In good condition. Call Frackville, 256. After 4:30 p.

call 484. 1013-41 motorist. Fred Bessert. of West Chi investigated. "The doctor reloaded the gun Brother sonal service.

Mrs. Margaret Praskiewicz while he was standing by our car, Ann said. They found the child on the front seat, wrapped in a blood-stained blanket Blood spattered the up It and Family. "I opened the back door, jumped out and started running down the FOR RENT DEATH NOTICE road toward our ranch. More shots were fired.

I kept on running. I was hit in the leg once. I fell, but holstery of the car. Polast Blasts U.S. Peace Move Cdntinued from First Page WOJCIK-Joseph fYourchik) Woj I got up and ran some more.

I ran cik, 264 Indiana Avenue, Shenandoah Heights. Funeral Saturday to the gate of the ranch, and un FOR RENT Electric Singer sewing machines. A few cents a day, payable monthly, will secure you an electric Singer machine. Just call Mahanoy City 323-J, or come in to Singer Sewing Center, 19 West Centre street, aMhanoy City 929-tf Of Mahanoy Plane Word' was received here today of the death of Brother Cyprian, the former Philip Kerrigan, who died yesterday at the Old Point Comfort College. Fort Monroe, Va.

He had been in failing health for a number of years. Brother Cyprian was the son of the late Martin and Julia Kerrigan, of Mahanoy Plane. He joined the Xaverian Order of the Christian Brothers in 1894 and celebrated his golden jubilee in 1944. He was preceded in death by his hooked it and went on up the FOR SALE New winches, single or double drum. Immediate delivery.

Call Mt. Carmel 875-R. Apply 531 East Fifth Street, Mt. Carmel, Pa. ol5-3t FOR SALE Single dwelling, full lot, located 110 Swatara Road, Shenandoah Heights.

Apply Burke and Burke. Egan Building, Shenandoah. FOR SALE Corner single dwelling, residential location in Shenandoah. Possession at convenience of purchaser. Apply Burke and Burke, Egan Building, Shenandoah.

ol4-5t. road. mem gate M. C. Setalvad of India and George Melas of Greece supported morning from residence with services at 8:30 o'clock.

High Requiem Mass, 9 o'clock, in St, Casimir's Church. Friends and relatives invited. Interment in Mother of Consolation Cemetery, Mt. Carmel. Alex and Leonard Wentz have charge.

ol6-2t the principle" of the Little As Real Estate Traces Fall Off Continued from First Page sembly proposal and a spokesman said Canada also would come out for it. This raised the box score to FOR SERVICE PARTS ACCESSORIES 12 in favor, including the United six brothers. Stephen. Martin. yssss Thomas.

Patrick. Michael and Peter. the policies issued amounted to $27 States, and four, all of the Soviet bloc, against. Playground Unit Inch Insertions, 60c. Six or More Times, 50c Per Inch.

222.16. From January 1, 1943. until He is survived by a number of nephews and nieces. A British spokesman said, mean To Sponsor Ball while, that Great Britain was "not Funeral services will be held to August 5, 1947, the defendants paid in premiums $8,438.19. leaving an alleged balance due and payable of kidding" when it told the UN it ALTAMOHT CHEVROLET 30-40 W.

Oak Shenandoah, Pa. Phone 2-0238 FOR SALE House, with all modem conveniences. Also 15 feet of ground. Located 140 South Nice street. Frackville.

Apply 218 South Lehigh avenue, Frackville. Phone 129. ol4-tf. Continued from First Page morrow morning at the Mt. St.

Joseph's Brother House, Baltimore. Maryland. planned to pull out of Palestine at an early date. U.S. Transfers STEEL STORAGE AND FILING CABINETS, OFFICE DESKS and chairs; adding machines; checkwriters, typewriters.

THE NORTH SALES COMPANY 30 East Broad St. Hazleton. Pa. Office, Store, Restaurant and Tavern Equipment Funeral Here Saturday For Mrs. Emma New FOR SALE Seven-room house, with bath.

Large garage and acre of ground. Located in Girardville. Write to Catherine Gallagher. 15 31 Nazi Ships HIRSH'S BOOTERY- $18,783.97. Marriage Licenses Kenneth Christopher Sinn and Regina Marie Riley, both of Ta-mrqua.

Andrew A. Yuodsnukis and Helen Hanczarek. both of Shenandoah. Kenneth F. Strum.

Ashland, and Dorothy E. Davis. Maizeville. Warren Schmjdt, Mahanoy City, and Helen Margaret Aniecavage. Shenandoah.

Allen L. Wolfgang. Mowry. and Ramona Nelson, 32 Centre street, Mrs. Emma New.

native of town. Continued from First Page North 33rd street Philadelphia Pa. oll-6t of francs to pay for Army obligations and other U. S. expenditures FOR SALE Beer and liquor establishment; in good condition; 14 France.

And earlier in the week See McLaughlin for Shingling Roofing No Down Payments. 1 to 3 Years to Pay. Phone 868. Tamaqua Home Improvement Co. 70 Van G-elder St, Tamaqua, Fa.

Frea Estimates Givenl the Export-Import Bank liberalized rooms: five-stall garage; a full cor committee to assist in drawing up a lease for the rest rooms, refreshment stand and watcher's quarters at Girard Park. The committee was instructed to consult with Attorney Frank Toole, for the playground, and Attorney Z. F. Rynkiewicz, for Philip Marasco, who erected the structures on the park, and witness the drawing up of a lease that will meet with approval of both attorneys. The committee arranged for a conference at the park this afternoon at 3 o'clock.

Two men were paid $80 for planting 25 trees at the Turkey Run Playground. It was decided to discontinue the semi-monthly meetings during the winter season and assemble only once a month until next spring. The secretary, W. Frank Twardzik, was instructed to notify all directors of meetings by mailing cards Ask to See STYLE NO. 149 As Sketched the terms of a $180,000,000 French Jied yesterday in Cleveland, Ohio, after a lingering illness.

Widow of John New. she was born in Shenandoah and left here about 15 years ago to make her home at Lebanon. About 12 years ago she moved to Cleveland to live with her Mrs. Mary SchaaL She was the former Emma White and will be remembered by many town residents. ner lot; good location; in a good neighborhood.

Apply 139 "'North credit to permit France to buy coal instead of industrial and reconstruc Ashland. Stephen Butler," Ashland, Broad Street, West Hazleton. and Rosemary Stanton, Girardville. CIO Issues" Call FOR SALE Two story frame house, tion equipment. Columbia Hose Co.

Signs For Hazleton Parade hot water heat, bath. Also three Besides her daughter; Mrs. Schaal, GIRARD PLAN LOANS A quick easy way to obtain i extra cash for any necessary purpose. Call, write or phone GIRARD INVESTMENT CO. 18 South Main Street (Abova Schlanger's) 3nd Floor.

Phone 2-1510. sne leaves one sister, Mrs. Bertha The committee in charge of the i lots of ground, chicken pen, cemented cellar for two-car garage. Located in Hosensock. Reasonable price.

Call Lakewood, 30-R-24. it. Miller. Girardville, and one broth er. Edward White, town.

Mummers Parade to be staged at Hazleton tomorrow evening, start The funeral will take place from the W. Harry Waters Funeral Home. ing at 8 o'clock, announced today it had received a registration from 200 North Jardin street. Saturday For Political Aid Continued from First Page Taft-Ellender-Wagner housing bill. Earlier, the CIO -went on record as saying that America could be well fed and still give substantial help to Europe if a minimum of rationing and price controls were revived.

A food saving program is not enough, the CIO said. Its statement the Columbia Hose Company of Shenandoah. The local firemen are scheduled FOR SALE Six-room house, with conveniences. Bath, "cemented cellar and large yard, located in Girardville. Also dining-- room suite, excellent condition.

Daffodils and peonies, all colors (cheap). Apply 263 North- Fifth street, Girardville. PERSONAL LOANS $30 to $300. One-day Service. Friendly, Confidential Liberal Credit Requirements.

Preferred Finance Service, Inc. Stief Bldg. 2-4 Centre Street 3rd Floor Phone 2-0768 to appear in the parade as a comic outfit and in registering, reported they expected to have 50 men in line. to their homes. The By-Law Committee was instructed to submit a report at the next regular meeting.

On the suggestion of Mrs. Manilla, the committee was advised to study the advantages of creating a Public Relations Committee and making it part of the by-laws. Miss Tessie Marateck reported a balance of $704. The financial records will be audited in the near future and the details made public. Anniversaries Mr.

and Mrs. Joseph Kiewlak. 124 FOR SALE Fine monuments and aiternoon. Sservices will be conducted at 2:30 o'clock. Interment will be in the Odd Fellows Cemetery.

Truman Steers Clear Of Wallace's Charges WASHINGTON. Oct. 16. (U.B President Truman today steered clear of on Hemry Wallace's charges that three top White House advisers comprise a "Washington holding company for Wall Street bankers" and are driving this country toward World War IIL Wallace made the charges in Baltimore last night before a Progressive Citizens of America rally. He GOING GOING UP! was made in the monthly CIO publication.

The Economic Outlook, after the CIO's ninth annual convention had heard an address by Secretary of State George C. Marshall and approved a generalized endorsement of administration foreign policy. Marshall made a -new plea for economic aid to Europe. head stones. Carving and lettering refinishing.

Large stock of best Barre, Vt, granite. Low prices. Buy direct and save. Manufacturers for 76 years. Open eyeing and Sundays.

Send for catalog. Catawissa Monument Works, Catawissa, Pa. Phone 3686. a2-tf NEW FOGEL Electric Refrigerated Meat Display Cases 6-ft. and 8-ft.

sizes; also, new butcher blocks. Immediate' delivery. Can be financed on easy terms. POTTSVTLLE SHOWCASE CO. 300 Laurel Street (Opposite County Court House) Phone 4440 North Emeriek street, are celebrating their 25th wedding anniversary today.

They are parents of four OPERATING REVENUES FOR SALE One new combination children, Alberta, wife of Chester Operating revenues Of Pennsyl L-zulada, Philadelphia: Leonard Theresa and Wilhelmina, at home. said he was doing all he could to vania Power and Light Company for September. 1947 were $4,847,680 and for the first nine months ending Mrs. Kiewlak is the former 'Tessie oust the "Wall Streeters" Defense Higher and higher an anklet on gleaming patent ballet wedgie! Nothing newer, nothing more enchanting than this remarkable new fashion light as a cloud and just as carefree and my, what an attention getter! coal and electric range; 54-inch porcelain sinks. Can be bought oh time payment plan.

Phone or write and representative will call. Apply Rudberg's Electrical Store, 310 W. Cherry street, Shenandoah. Phone 2-0814. o9-15-16-3t Karas.

Secretary James Forrestal. Secre tary of Commerce W. Averell Harri- Edward Isgate, of William Penn. September 30. 1947 were $43,065,340, an increase of 9,3 per cent over last year's corresponding period Earnings after all charges accruing to Woman, 103, Celebrates Birthday With Busy Day Mrs.

John Slazyk. of Avoca. 103 years of age. is certainly spry for her age. On her 103rd birthday yesterday she gathered fuel for the winter and food for the larder.

She spent part of her birthday in walking four miles in the woods in search of mushrooms. After returning home, another four miles, with a half basket of mushrooms, she then picked four pails of coal. In the meantime she took care of feeding her poultry and cleaning the garden. Personal Mention Mrs. Leonard Bernhardt, of Shenandoah Heights, is visiting relatives in Pittsburgh.

Mrs. Anastasia Federovich and Mrs. Walsh, of Mahanoy Plane, are visiting the former's daughter in New York City. Claude Williams, of 615 West Coal street, arrived home after spending some time visiting at the home of his parents, at Ramsey. Ill, man and Acting Secretary of State Robert A.

Lovett is celebrating his birthday today. 24-HOUR SERVICE Photostatic Copies. it Application Photos it Snap Shot Enlargements DRIZA STUDIO i 102 East Centre Street Phone 2-0162. the common stock for the nine Edward Wasilewski, son of Mrs. Mr.

Truman was asked to comment on the charges at his news conference. He refused. FOR SALE-Beer equipment: Elec Catherine Wasilewski, of 338 South Main street, is celebrating hs 15th S3.95 birthday today. 1 UNDERGOES OPERATION Jacqueline Mikita, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.

John Mikita. of 421 West Cherry street her months. period were $3,756,945. equivalent' to $1.50 per share, and for the twelve months ended September 30, 1947, were $5,112,042 equivalent to $2.04 per share. CONVALESCING Mrs.

Elsie Matalavage. 231 West Lloyd street, is reported recuperating at her home. She recently underwent an operation at the Locust Mountain Hospital. Classified ads pay. Try one tric bottle coolers that fit under the bar, no water needed; new beer coolers for ice or electric; new beer pumps; new stainless steel drainboards; new block tin beer coil.

Can be bought on monthly payemnt plan by depositing 25 cents daily in coin box. Phone or write and representative will call. Apply Charles Rudberg, 310 West Cherry street, Shenandoah. Phone Shenandoah 2-0814 i o7-e-o-d-tf fifth birthday yesterday. HhnSH'S BOOTERY Rev.

Joseph V. McCaffrey, pastor of St Canicus' Church. Mahanoy City, underwent an cperation this morning in St. Joseph's Hospital, Philadelphia. Dr.

Dale Spotts performed the operation. Tne priest's condition this afternoon was reported "as well as can be has been rector at the Mahanoy Congratulations are extended to Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gregory, of i.t. feu Eli 320 West Penn street, who are 116 NORTH MAIN STREET celebrating their fourth wedding anniversary today.

SHENANDOAH PHONE t-UU City church the past three years.

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