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Pottsville Republican from Pottsville, Pennsylvania • 16

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Commerce Finance Parish Picnic Pcittsville Republican COURTHOUSE I) Burt J. I lasenaurcr NEWS Town Bans Noio3 After Midnight PAGE SIXTEEN MONDAY, AUGUST 11 1MT FOUR DIVORCES OBITUARIES MRS. CHARLES G. BOMM Mrs. Mary nee Fricke.

widow Charles G. Bomm, 107 S. Water st Birdsboro, died in St. Josephs Hospital on Saturday afternoon a. two o'clock.

A native of Port Car. bon, she was a daughter: of the nate Mr. and Mrs. Christian Frickt, and was a resident of Pottsville fori several years, removing to Birdsboro two years ago where sne raade her home with her daughter, Mrs. Mary Lykens.

She was a member of the Reformed Church. Pottsville. i Her husband died seven years ago and she sumveaw" daughters. Mrs. Lykens, Birdsboro.

Anll Tobias and three sons. Fred. Valentine and Edward Bomrry Pottsville; lour grauuwu-dren; one great grandchild; one brother, George Fricke. New Jer 5ey and one sister, Mrs. William Jost.

Reading. Funeral from the Oliver A. Bk-: -tie Funeral Home, W. Market st, this city. on Tuesday afternoon.

7 Burial" in the Presbyterianceme- LEVI H. RICHELDERFER Levi Richelderfer. 67, a retired flagman of the Reading Railroad. died at pis home 218 Clay Tam-aqua. on Sunday, after an illness of three years.

7 A nativeof Reynolds, he was a member of the Zion's Lutheran was a member oftbe Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen. Surviving are his wife thefor-L mer Gertrude Kemmer, and the-fol-lowing -children Mrs. John Harvig, Mrs. John Barton, Home-1 town; Mrs. Russell Donald, at home: 1 Edward.

-Orwigsburg, and Leroy, of SeekHe is also survived by these I sisters and brothers: Mrs. Mary 1 Richelderfer, Mrs. William Kemp 1 i and Mrs. Quillie Reed, John and W'illiam Richeldeffer, all of Rey-1 nolds, and Charles, of Tamaqua. Funeral from the E.

Franklin Griffiths Funeral Home on Wednes-day afternoon -with burial in the Odd Fellows Cemetery, Tamaqua. ForTvoDay At St. Clair The Immaculate Conception Church' of St. Clair. will hold its annual parish picnic on Saturday and Sunday, Aug.

ISta and lta Trie picnic will be held on the parish grounds, Dormer's Place. Diener's HiU, at the south end of St Clair. On SaturdayJ actiritiea wEU be gin at 6 p. on Sunday the affair will commencej at. 12 noon.

The traditional refreshments will be available Including bean soup. Nuennous games will be offered the public. Prizes, will award' ed Sunday evening. The public is invited. Trldaam Opens Tveaday Beginning on" Tuesday evening at 7 o'clock, and continuing on Wed nesday and Thursday evenings, triduum will be held in the Assumption Catholic.

Church of the Greek rile, in St Clair in preparation for the Feast of the Assump tion, which will be i observed on Friday. The series of devotions will be conducted by Father Keen an, of the Passionist Order, who is noted for his. inspiring radio talks. On Friday, a holy day of obli gation in the Catholic Church, the masses in the Church of the As sumption will be at 9, 7 and 9 a. m.

The Sewing Circle of St. Joan's Evangelical and Reformed church will met Tuesday at 1 p. m. uxc to repairs ur. JKesavage will not have office hours until Monday, August loth.

Personals Paul, junior son of Mr, and Mrs. John-Sloposky, Price st, is home on leave from a naval base in Cuba, serving an enlistment in seryice 24 years, his rank is Phar macist Mate 2C Judith Sears, Hamburg, is visit ing at the Frantz-Wagner home, S. Front st.1 MARINE CORPS LEAGUE WILL MEET TONIGHT The monthly meeting of the Charles H. Ulmer Detachment of the Schuyl kill County Marine Corps League et 7:30 tonight in the Marine's Club. 13 5.

Centre st, will be the first week night session of the Detachment in a year and a half. Until acquisition of the present club quarters, the detachment had been meeting Sundays. The detachment is planning for election of new officers. By-laws do not permit the Commandant to succeed himself in office so members are urged to begin selecting candidates tor the regular HOSPITAL NEWS COALDALE HOSPITAL Daniel Sneddon, 11 W. Whate st, Coaldale.

medical. Mrs. Pruella Sneddon, 8 High sU Coaldale. surgical. Dennis Kraulun, 139 E.

Ruddle Coaldale. 1 John Valent, 245 W. Kline ave, Lansford. medical. Harry Roxandish, 301 w.

Abbott Lansford. medical.1- James 4 E. Kucjaie st. medical. Richard Erbe, 206 Front st Lansford.

surgicaL 0 Peter. Rose Marie. Betty and John Trudish, Owl Creek; tonsilec-tomies. Paul Houtz, 129 Clay st, Tama aua. tonsilectdmy.

1 Mrs. Catherine Shonosky, 40 E. High sL, Coaldale, surgical. Barbara Carey, 320 Wt Abbott Lansford. surgicaL 1 Mrs.

Theresa Yankovitch, 140 W. Soruce st. Tamaqua. surgical. Mrs.

Lizzie Kieffer. 515 E. Broad st, Tamaqua, surgicaL Mrs. Margaret Coleman. 50 Moesr Coaldale.

surgicaL John Nevnamy. 124 E. Bertsch st Lansford, medical. Everett DeMopulas, 7 Cedar st. Tamaqua.

medicaL Miss Ann Lisella. 408 W. Iron st. Summit Hill, surgicaL 1 FT. SPRINGS HOSPITAL Operations: Luke McDonald, of Connerton; Mrs.

Violet Lutz, Gil bertn: Helen Denglerf Ashland; Mrs. Elizabeth Renner, Ashland; Eu gene Harris. Frackville; Victor Lis ewski. Mt. Carmel; Thos.

of Girardville: Lewis Klinger, Girard ville, and Edward and Mary Ellen Durkin, Frackville. LOCUST MT. HOSPITAL- Operations: Jean Heiler, Jack-sons; Josephine Melusky, Shenandoah; Francis Gormas, Mahanoy City; Dorothy Nahas, Shenandoah Heights; Daniel and Paul Subach, William Penn; Joseph Weber, Mahanoy City; Grace Carter, Shenandoah; Ronald Amos, Jacksons; Jos. Foley, Mahanoy City; Mrs. Amelia Pohls.

i Shenandoah; MrsT" Esther Lindenmuth, Ringtown, and Mrs. Evelyn. Dougert, Shenandoah. POTTSVHXJB HOSPITAL Medical patients: Clifford Rltten- house. Lancaster: Jennie ScheU.

Tremont; Mrs, Mary Dattilis, Miners ville: LaJune Schaeffer, 3al Prospect Edwin J. Bonnan, Port Carbon: Mrs. Abbie Woodward, 300 Laurel st: George Smith. Ravine; Mrs. Mary E.

Fannell. Mahanoy Plane. Surgical patients: William H. Jones, Shenandoah; Mrs. Naomi Horn.

Ash land: John Smith. 61S Harrison st; Elizabeth Campion, 1944 Howard Joan E. Presoott, Pine Grove: Neu McKenzie. Yankee Park, N. Mrs.

Fannie Cash. 400 Minersville st. GOOD SAMARITAN HOSFrTAL Mrs. Roma Shellhammer, Pine grove. surgicaL Mrs.

Myrtle Collins. 203a N. Lehigh st. surgical. Edwin Law son, N.

Berne st, Sch. Haven. surgicaL Michael Ames. Brockton, surgicaL John Ryaiv. 178 V'alley st, 1 New Philadelphia.

medicaL Donald Shain, 111 Greenwood at Tamaqua, Mrs. Anna Anzulis, IDS Broad st. St Clair. medicaL Mrs. William Snyder.

Brockton. med icaL Daniel Beury, 5 IS N. Second st Pottsvilie. medicaL INJURES HEA7, LV FALL Anthony KHeman. 57, of Ashland, slipped and fell while walking on the street in Ashland, injuring his head.

He is a patient in the Ft Springs Hospital. Dr. A. J. Knastts, Chiropractor, will be cut of town from August to 17th.

JURORS DKaWN fOKStF'ltMto VI IUC l-V i jar heel tv r. at the SeptetVU Court, atartii-si s-, are 59 women names wete shcritr n. Btxuvji CommUsioRcn ham. Oa Lwit, The Jerers father Mia. Alov tu i r.

IXm i Mat) ad Ann Rrl ui Kit Mi'Uaieu, Tbomas Hn. i Vl Mi. ii MUdre.1 Wm. Itrona Keuei Hott, Nn.r-, Joisn Aiuhi Martin lianna, Ciliuuo Geo.

tleri'ri, Letter MKhael i'. Geo.;'. Michael Geo. v.

John Ruttei Veronica Peter IUl. lvj John t.jSiU,,: a Aithur M. 'Ivirhard A Catncrifie ii-cjh Mary I a): if.n. Sch aim. Inura Jc Nili,

t)Hi! lxt Dut Hutie. pi-u i Joe Jenkins. Jean Hnte It tier I UJ til lorn ihai)iih Hilt) Vuvli(n, lljnj iiu, If Grt! tieu. Whit. ina KoVat.

Ft auk. Mu i Hilda A i'iiiiiii Mi lttcitji 1 1 II. Palo A Samuel Aivia. In R. JuTut ftpm, su JoHii Wilia.

T.t,! Roy Klnknci, Kuene l)lciinr'. 1 Kathtrme Hn Maim, 11. I'. JacoU Siwai'hl, JVi Anna It. 1..

Cha. Hociici llon.vl'K.ii. Anselu 1U.U. Ni I.lliel l.fM-it Mi. 'Walter it Geo, N.

CHac. iarw i. Margaret i' Lanrr. Nicholas J' W) II tarn kici Uner, Mildied 'Wchm-I. 1 Geo.

JlotV.uoil, A-li' Geo. Mili't, fi a. Jo. Mai I he M.i i t'haa riwly, Anna Iloan. Ke Saioli tUlarti.

May letr, M.i 'John Dletc .0 Geo, lieu ii, Mary Ihl'ucn, I.n..5 Mile Foiimv, 1'niirn Samutl Jum-s'im Helen Duffy. JS.ffvii Klmer rl I'inp (, i Maurice Slneley. Iirijn Mia. C-f Ktank 7.lmit)etf.n, ii' i Hairy C. Howard Raciimart.

1 it -1 Kvan Hom-er. liv ina Kle- k. i r. Mae Harry I i xer, Oneida Ma Willow bv liy. T' I 'i(i'Jlft IK'Skie liuif, Jjiii Tlion.ji ilitin.

i'rm I'lijrut Ann pit'i'. t'iCla Allan. ii, f. NY- Florence. Tll: Af IjOO.

I'laopert. 1 Robert' it Memrri. Ml IKmfi H. l.l'Uie Mronat, Tir.q Jennie liakev, Wi'llla'ni lUi Joe Pttirr, Ii.t..M Alma Michael IW- Krriejt I'laralev, i Jolll) I'lilPl ma ll tilt. Kianer', tul Jamef C'reedufk.

Joe IX. Came White, Martrii lifllii.trr,. Hit haul FdU(. AllUll Walker R. i' Mrs.

Mary Mercie Sittler, HtVi IaMpr 1.i( Uu, Off. Mint -r- WlJUam itiny -Simon l' Helen U. HiL Sam lr a if, Catherine fUi- c' Ham Rhoadra. .1 Valentine Arthur. Da'.

Tlico. Albert P. Alien Ot'o. ii Jo ir, Cai A Mi MrCa -fimyto t'fn Sadie I'o-AfU, F.diti r.rv.oe Leo PoeJ. Joe WaUer W.t-r,; MARRIAGE I I Paul F.

Pottsville. aid 19, OrwifULiijr Harrr Ii Ruth He.rr. Peter Kulf.1 fen Elizabeth Heath Peter lozy -Helen McAdoo. Frank J. ware ave Z'i'.

Paul i 'Isobel A. Sujj Ervin Alden. ar.d Jonestown. P.alph I and Irene Grove. Frank Ii and- Ma, Elkr? andoah, Michael J.

phia. and Brockton. DEEDS RECORDED Scphle Smith and huhand SUITS co. A PoiuviUej to Pui i. ScH.

Haven an Penn. st h. Ha 'eo. Si; Anna Laveraey and hubnd Stanley U. New Vork City, ad her.

nnmiM an Nvce st.ft-ark vi'le til Chanty CummiuKmrrt la Al-vmJtl Murer, Jr MmersvUle, tour dwlHngn3-lI3-in-li vaurr. i.r,-ili formerly owned by Jo. S.SO0 Julta Fa! its Sho. sres. ilarsaret Bojle, Audenreid.

la Dr. 4 4. Mdred Free land, ptor rront DMe. Deer I-ke. i Utaw Herman atk.

and tie MTlt a. fc ay, Ulnut aU- AfcTvUnd va t- at r- of Rostx p. lJ AU(W J. HarTisoi and Ue Msranne A- la maqua. 'imuei onVajoe a Ta Poller to rted rv.r li IU OP-rt an Cmii tirxt, sem: name ii to tklwia Mill tnnr and tf mH--.

YadlWy. SU Cia.r. to Peter Mutn and il atarsaret. si. cilr.

S1S2S; Tea- Vadlowky. St. Clr. col. artd wM.

ISun. St CUtr. deli At a V-H'i it. CUM. Ro Harts and Bernard Hails el BulUr tP.

to Ras Viy and rmm. Butler two. dltl vt lection) Butler ---v-of tYackvllle. to Anna Victor oa Mahanoy alley rnf. a I Vlf maqua ivanonai Sihoeaer ana wue wmi n.

nnmiSM oil sn Owen WllltaHW, Ko Hutt an dson Bernard Hart, Rtvr tn. Droicity rn rod iac cirbHt- Jn ih s-icoey ana NetjiV. St. CUir. to Joeph Jr and wife Anna Marie.

M. piop- erty on Broad Amouts i. t. wi Iestrr E- CTOiiey arm M. SchuvJKUl Haven, to nenjy -Hummel and wite Geitiude K.fcttxiii' kill Haven, premise at convert Grant and Stanton ti Schulhia Hven.

fl; Uute Alien renr. nnrjro. Harry U. Zlmmcriiua, I'm Orove. dwelhus on Potuvflla I'Mvegiove.

S6CKW; WmlT. Dvxon, St. CUtr. to Abram H. and wile aiary nen- i n.

n. St. CUir. fl; Hcnold Heaver ard wtle Juha. Trcmoot.

to Wm. P. r.lencher and- wue Buth Twinont. 3-Uiv lrame dwetlwg on Main Tremont. SjUOO; Wm.

V. Kncher and it Uuth Tremont. to Milton H. fin-acher and'' wife Edith I. Tremont, proptrtv at Main and Green Leoiwi hi.

Scheuicn anu Juanita Jf. McConuell. Styne Lode. Pika Countj. to James J.

McAndi and wife Josephine AihUnd. ptem-ue CC5-07 qentre Ahland. SU.Ooo; Harry Brommer and Mary Wt Brunswick t. to Andrew Gulls and wife Heleh. Vt Bpuh ick J4-tory irama dwelling etc.

West Biuiumick IjOOO; Geo. Hodman and -utf Louisa of Beaver Carbonr County, to and Mariha K. Hoffman, N. Union 5a acres of land in Noilli Union 1000. LtUU Mny A.

Butler of Tremont, to James and Alma Butler, Tremont, prtmlMi on Matn Tremont, SI; lco J. Schilling and wira Helen Tamaqua, to Mary M. Hej(-arty, Tamaqua. dwelling 284 Van-Gel-ler ctY 14300; Hayden C. Evans and "iie Mary.

Tamaqua. to Geo. and wife Llhel U. Tania-qua. six lots on Rjan Tamaqua Heights, r.utli SliOO; Ivan A.

Hand and wife. Ruth Donaldson, to Elmer D. Hatter and wife Lrmi Tremont. tract of IS acre on Clay Tremont. II; Kenneth Reynolds and Martha Hometown, 'to John H.

Eoussum and wife, t.tljcl Pott vltle, dwelling on North Pt. Car bon, $41500: Harry O. Reiner of Porter twp, to Hairy Reiner and wife por- othy, Reinerton, JVi-ttory frame dwell ing on Grand Reinerton. 11503 John Henry Lommeth and lf Carrie Schuylkill -Haven, to FtrU He- formed' Church, j. Schuylkill Haven, tract of JO acre of land In North Man- heim SI; Edna 11.

Seaton. to Peter C. Aranavage and wife lta- belle E' Guardvllle. dwelling 208 Mahanoy Girardville. 11 100; tate Joseph J.

Kehler. Frackville. to Wm. Flail and wife Adelirw. rrack- vtUe, property on John rrackville SU SUIT FOR $500 DAMAGE TO AUTO 8 Sheriff Bruce.

Fellows Monday receivea a copy or a libel filed the Tioga County Court of Com mon Pleas for service on Robert M. Klinger, -Spring Glen, named de rendantj In a suit for .00 damages. The Ohuntiff is Basil L. Wilcox, Tioga, County, who seeks to recover damage as the result of an automobile accident which oc curred near Ansonia, Tioga County, October 6, 194. In his Jibcl Wilcox alleges that the accident was due to -careless operation by Klinger.

He lists damages of $335.41 to his car, $0 to hire a car for work and depreciation on the car as items of COURT AUTHORIZES CHANGE OF NAMES Petitions fpr changes in names approved by Judge Paul are: Victor and Anna Michalowsky, of Shenandoah, to Michaels; Edward and Annabelle Doblis, 72 Shaft, W. Mahanoy to Carey; Walter E. and T. Stackokis. GirardvilH, to Stack; Albin and Catherine H.

Waiinchus. Coaldale, -to Wallace; Phillip Horowitz. 35 Main st. Shenandoah, to John and Mame Zahorchak, Shenandoah, to Zack, LETTERS GRANTED John Kovich. 138 Third St.

Clair, In the estate of Mary Kovich Matyouka. who. died Ju'v 31, leaving will dated December to, 1941. The estate includes a two and one half tory home at 138 liurd. St.

Clair. To Harriet Horbach. Locust Dal' executrix of the will of Charles Hgrbacb, Locust Dale, who died July 23, mi. To Laura B. Callender and Iren Smith.

Minersville, executricf-s named Jn the will ef Iiahul Minersville. who dit thr. June 2. 1912. The will was daU-d" December 14, Included in "the' estate are.

properties at 215 Front and 23 Carbon st, Minersville. Wed din tUnt Tor' Men and Women, ATI, styles, all zes. Green Jf welry Store. ARE HANDED DOWN A divorce was granted to Clarence Starr. Llewellyn, from his Ajistraliaa war bride, in a decree banded down by Judge Paul Mow da morning.

'The decree wu one of four the iudze grin ted. Starr was married to Juae 5Urr. Maibourne, Australia on May 29, 1944 in Australia. The -a. claimed that his 24 year old.

wife refused to come to this country aad live with him. He charged desertion from March 23. lt. Starr was represented by. Atty 1 M.

Bashor. Other decree were granted to: Jeanette McCullough, 111 Second sU Girardville. who chacied her husband. Hugh McCutlcnrth. of Brockway, with, cruelty and indignities.

They were married July T. 1943 at GirardViUe. Atty Jas. J. Gallagher represented the wife, Mary EUea Ryan.

307 w. New York st. Shenandoah, who charged Joseph J. 227 Centre Shenandoah, with cruelty and indignities. Trfcy were married on Nov.

13, 1942 at Shenandoah. The was represented by Atty a P. H. and J. W.

P. Bfrke. June Dukas, 442 Fain'lew Pottsville, on grounds of Indignities, from Chester R- Dukas, Lynn, Mass. They were married in Pottsville June. 31, 194.

Attorney for the wife was L. Brennan. New Divorce Suit A new divorce suit was institut ed in the county courts today with the filing of the petition of Isabel D. ParnelL Scttzcr City, for a di vorce from Ralph C. ParnelL of 314 Laurel st, Minersville.

The couple were married Dec 30, 1934. atT Minersville. Atty. Sidoriak represents Mrs. ParnelL Divorce Approved The grant of divorces were recom mended toe court in two reports.

of masters which were filed today in the prothonotary's; office. Atty. N. J. Gir ardville, the master, recommended that a divorce-be -granted Samuel Siegel of Nuremberg from Florence A.

Sicgel on grounds of indigniiies and desertion from June 27, 1945, Mrs. Siegel's last reported, residence was in Wilmington, Del. There are no children. Indignities were grounds for a divorce recommended by Osborne Wisansky for Dolores V. Lmdeman, Main st, Nuremberg, from Ronald J.

Lindcman, Sugar Loaf. R. D-i Tomhicken. The couple were married at Conyngham, Sept. 18, 1946.

There are na children. LOSES HIS CASE FOR HIS CLIENT Harry Kline of Grier in the county prison after conviction of burglary and; larceny of the Reading Company Station at East Mahanoy Junction and with robbing and forging checks of the Tamaqua Produce Company, lost his second legal joust today since he began acting as his own attorney. Judge Paul dismissed his motion for a new trial on-the indictment charging him with breaking into the Last week the Judge had dismissed a similar motion for a new trial on the robbery arid forgery indictment. Kline, who has been acting as his own. attorney since his.

appointed counsel withdrew, with permis sion of the court, claimed in the latest petition that he was not a defendant in one indictme'nt and during the trial one of the jurors talked to a spectator. Judge Paul, in dismissing the petition, noted in his opinion that KUne had admitted his guilt to statei police and Tamaqua borough thai incsf.VHrhA heard the conversation1, between Juror and spectator reported (hat it was merely a question of. when are you going home Kline was indicted with theft of merchandise of the Railway Ex press agency at the station on October 29. 1948. GIVEN RIGHT TO RUN itip if ITflHAPIl HID AUlUAlUDlLL A petition in behalf of, James R.

O'Brien of Cass Township, filed, in the Prothonotary's Office today by Attorney 1 Isadore E. Krasno, attacks the right of the Common wealth of Penna. to suspend O'Brien's motor vehicle operator's license. Judge Paul, in granting a rul on the motion, said that the.peti tion acts as a supersedeas until disposed of by the the hearing October 20, O'Brien can operate his vehicle and maintain in his possession his operator's license until further order of the court" O'Brien; in the petition, said he received notice from the Secretary of Revenue August 6 Of the suspen sion of his privileges to-operate a motor Vehicle, for one month and to return the. license.

At a hearing before a represen tative of the Department of Revenue April 3, the petition alleges, O'Brien was charged with operating a truck in a reckless manner on October 15, 1943. APPLY FOE LETTERS Letters of administration were applied for through Register of Wills Beddow today by the following petitioners: Schuylkill Trust Company in th estate of Thomas Thompson, 649 Centre st, who died May 3, 1948. A' wife, daughter and two sons, all of Pottsville. are the heirs. Peter Blanket.

Shenandoah, in the estate of his brother, Victor Blanket, who died in July 3, 1912. without leaving: a Clara Schweigert, Cass Township. Pottsville in the estate of Joseph Minersville', Jonas E. Saridge. Hegins Town-hip.

in the estate of hU son. David M. who was kiUed in a plane crash at Gratz, 25. Wtddinz Kingi, Murphy. 415 K.Cca Dr.

J. J. Canileld Will be out of town from Auguit 10 to September 2. a9-3t St. Chief Burgess Lewis ef Minerjvi'Ue, Issued wamicg that all loud muic and other ob noxious noise must atop at mid-night, as there have been too many complaints of nuisances of this type being registered in the com munity.

This induces ail restaurants, having juke boxes or other. forms of music. The Chief Burgess alio Issued that there will not be any slot machines allowed in local pubLc places under any circumstances. Any businessman who installs slot machines in his place of business is liable to Immediate prosecution. Bas Tri MUrey A group of members of the First Congregational Church of Minersville made a 'trip by bus to Milroy, where they visited the Hartman Center, an institution used by the youth of the First Congregational churches of the state of Pennsylvania for their conference j'meet-ings, etc.

The trip proved a isource of satisfaction to all participants. Those making the trip includes: Mrs. J. H. Keith.

Mary Edwards. Mrs. Edward D. Jones, Mrs. Louis Drummeter, Jr, Mrs.

David Jenkins, Sr Mrs. Arthur Jenkins, Mrs. Gladys Hancock, Mrs. Martha Mor gans, Mrs. Frank.

Leach, Hannah Lewis, Mrs. Robert Ricketts. Mrs. S. E.

Noel. Reese Davis. William Truscott. Jack Ricketts, Rev. and Mrs.

Theron A. Zimmerman and Janet Zimmerman. This past week the newly ar rived chimes were installed in the First Congregational Church for use with the new Molnar organ. The chimes were first used in the service on Sunday morning. Legion to Meet The regular meeting of the American Legion Post No.

544 will be held this evening inhe Legion Home at 8 o'clock. Block Party Committee Meeting A meeting will be held on Thurs day evening. Aug. Hth at 61J School st. to settle all bills and balances on Block Party recently conducted by the G.

F. Brumm Drum corps. All persons interested in same are invited to attend. Birthday Party Mr. and Mrs.

Paul Pckarik, oi 703 N. Second st, entertained wun a narty at their home recently in honor of their daughter, Cathleen," who osberved her third birthday anniversary. Those attending were: Anna Marie Yenfer, Connie Kupp, Jerry Lychock. Alma Foarn, catnenne Barbara Tagalierc, uiieo Tagaliere, Russel Foam. Theresa McCluskev, Francis Koscoe, raui PAkarik Jackie Pekarik.

and the guest of honor, Cathleen Pekarik. Personal Items Mrs. John F. Murphy of West- wood observed her birthday an niversary this past weeK. Jas.

J. Boran of W. Sunbury st. left on a week's vacation to Atlantic City. N.

and New York. John F. Brennan. who spen ine past summer with his parents at their home in Duncott left Sunday to resume his position as line coach at West H. S.

in Phila. Mr. arid Mrs. James t. Murray of are spending several days as the guests of local relatives.

Mr. and Mrs, Jacs sou. David, -and daughter, Diane oi Sunbury at, left for a week's vaca tion at the home oi me lauers relatives in Curwensville. John V. Lewis, who made rus nome with, them, win spend some xunc with relatives WUKes-jaarre.

MPROVEMENTS TO COURT- YARD MUST WAIT hr. ha been a need fnr thV last number of years for th dust nuisance in the court yard at -the court bouse, it is now apparent that nothing will be done this year. This was part of the program, oi tne commissiuuci up during the war'as post war pro- irt Cars of county' officials, em- ninvM attornevs and others using narVinir facilities in the yard rnntantlv covered! with afilm of dust Unles the windows are kent un, during the day the dust a jnciH rst the i 3 I vhi-iis The nlan Vas to remove the embankment and erect a re- tainmg wall enlarging panting nH mviir the surface with asDhalt. The commissioners stale that after the sidewalk has been placed around the prison and work is near completion inside the prison where $50,000 upwards will be expended that it will then be decided if there are sufficient runas on hand for that purpose of taking care of the court yard. It Was also planned to place concrete" pave ments on all sidea of the court house and.

remove all trees. Three Duplicates Net Lifted Only three more collectors of the county remain to lift their 1947 lax duplicates and the 63 collectors of the county will be engaged in collecting on their new duplicates. Ralph Gearhart. North Union twp collector qualified by filing I his bond of $12,000, furnished by a surety company, and taking his oath of office before Clerk of Courts Geo. Shafer.

and then lifted his duplicate. BANK NAMED GUARDIAN The Pine Grove National Bank and Trust Company was appointed guardian of the estate of Delia also known as Bridget Conway, Tremont Twp on application of her brotherfJohn Conway. SEEK LICENSE George T. Geisweit of Pottsville KD 3. and Doris M.

Gingrich of Hurnmelstown have applied for a marriage license In Dauphin Coun ty courthouse. GRANTED DIVORCE Alice A. Haggerty of Williams- town was granted a divorce Satur day in Dauphin County court from John J. Haggerty of Pottsville. Clatt Winners Mrs.

Tony Chloda. 623 W. Race City: Mrs. Francis Ganis, 43 Wiggaa St, New Mrs. Jo sephine Cichoskyv Lower Jload, the winners in Sat urday nljrhfs drawing.

Join our new furniture club now: adv. Is'athan's Furniture Store I i I MRS. EVA SOPKO fDEXMS) Mrs. Eva Soplco. tDennisJ of 43 W.

Mt. Vernon st, Shenandoah, died at her home Sunday evening at eight o'clock. in-Austria, she settled in the vicinity of Shenandoah when she came to this country a nutriber of years ago and had resided Jthere until her death. She was a member of St. Michael's Greek Catholic Church and St.

Mary's Ladies' Society To survive she leaves I four daughter, Mary, wife of AndreW Guy of Jfesquehonlng; home; Pearl wife of Max Kosar. and Susan, wife of Joseph Litwalc, both of Weston Place; three sons. Stephen, Shenandoah; Nicholas, at home and Adam of Brooklyn. There are several grandchildren and great grandchildren also surviving, as well as two sisters i Europe. The funeral will be dnThursday morning.

Mass in St. Michael's Greek Catholic Church and interment, in the parish cemetery. J. A.Oravitz and Son are In charge. JOHN J.

BOYLE John J. Boyle, died at his home, 531 Lewis st. Minersville, on Saturday afternoon after a lengthy illness. --A native and lifelong resident of Minersville, he was a son of the late Michael and Bridget Boyle and was a member of St. Vincent de Paul's Church.

He is survived by his wife, Nellie nee Brennan and one son, John Jf, and was the last members of his immediate family; He was a memberof the Independent Hose Co. Funeral from his late home on Wednesday morning with a mass in St Vincent's Church, Burial in the parish, cemetery. Reiley Funeral Service is in charge. MRS. DAVID G.

ATKINS Mrs. David G. Watkins. nee Carolyn a native of Tamaqua, died in the Strong Memorial on Saturday. i She was.

a of Rochester for a number of years and made her home with a sistea there. Her husband was- the founder- of the Evening "Record" Lansford. Surviving besides her sister in Rochester is another sister, Mrs. John Jeffries, Lansford. Her body was brought to-the E.

Franklin Griffiths Funeral Homey Tamaqua, from where her funeral will be held on Wednesday after- noon. JOSEPH YAKOBOSKY Baby boy Joseph Yakobosky, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Yakobosky, of Chestnut st, MarUn, born at the Warne Hospital on Friday, died 10 hours after birth. He an only child.

The parents are members of St Stanislaus Polish Church, Minersville. The mother is the former Anna Fanock. The funeral took place Monday afternoon from the Wm. Tuson Funeral 'Home, Burial was in the St Stanislaus Cemetery. JOSEPH JOHNS Joseph Johns', 82, of 93 Back st, Maryd, died in the County Hospital on Monday morning at 1.25 o'clock following an illness of six days.

A native of Germany, he was a miner by occupation. His only survivors is a niece, Mrs. Alice Stillwagner, Maryd. and a nephew Alex Bradley, Park Place. "Funeral arrangements are being completed by the Thomas L.

Davis Funeral Home, Tamaqua. i WILLIAM MENNE Williani Menne, 1134 Walnut st. Ashland, died the Jefferson Hos pital On Monday morning at 230 o'clock. He underwent jin operation at the hospital last week. He was employed at the Locust Gap Colliery.

1 Surviving are his wife. Bessie, nee Zimmerman; two brothers, Al bert, Ashland, and John, Phila. Funeral arrangements are being completed by Otto Funeral Service. FUNERALS JOS E3H WETDEKBACH Fu neral cervices for -Joseph Weideftbach. 439 Norwegian who passed away Thursday evening, were held Monday afternoon at two clock, from the Allen funeral home.

HeV. Robert E. Bornemann. assistant pastor of Trinity Lutheran church of ficiated, with interment in Schuylkill Memorial Park. Pall bearers were: Harry Amnion, William Berner.

Harry Heller. John Probert, Earl Williims and Norman Thornburg. LAW OFFICERS PICNIC; CONNER HONORS ON 3 Law enforcement officers of nearly every community in and Carbort counties. Including state police, attended the annual picnic of Schuyl-klil-Carbon Lodge No. 13, Fraternal Order of at Greenwood Lake Sunday.

The 175 who attended cheered as Evan Evans, Lansford. James Faurio. Nesquehoning and Patrick MeCall. Lansford. were giveff honorary life membership in the -organization.

Geo. Durill, presidents who conferred the honor, said it was fortheir outstanding services toward -the law enforcement officers rnnnrnr rw vww a xva lulu vuf RAZED AT SHENANDOAH a Shenandoah Fire Chief Milton Davidson, and the fire marshals of the borough. Tiave condemned and ordered sevyfcl old buildings ok Washing ton one on W. Mt. Vernon two on Mt.

Vernon, one at Turkey Run an. several on Cherry and N. Em. erick because they cannot be re paired and must be dismantled. Owners -are urged to act promptly and the Playground Association of Shenandoah win offer a reasonable price to the owners and will remove the properties, to make use of the used lumber.

BOY FRACTURES ARM WHEX SWEVG ROPE BREAKS Luke McDonald, 10, of Connerton, fractured his left arm when the rope of a swing on which he was riding broke. He' is a patient in the Ft Springs Hospital. Donald K. Struble of State Col lege, Pennsylvania, has been ap pointed to the staff ef the local college, the Schuylkill" Undergrad uate ueaitr 11 instructor in economics. Mr.

Struble comes to the local college with a rich background in the field of accounting and economics, having served as accounting supervisor and auditor for the Armstrong Cork Company of Lan caster, for three yearsi as well as accountant for the Stone and Web ster Construction Company of Bos ton, and the Pennsylvania aiate College. A graduate of the Pennsylvania State College with a B. A. in com merce and finance, Mr. Struble is at present working toward a mas ters degree in economics and serv ing as a graduate, in the Depart ment of Economics.

The title of his Masters Thesis "Inventory Valua tion for. Income Tax Purposes." When Mr. Struble assumes his duties this fall at the local college ne will teach the introductory course in economics for majors in commerce and finance, an intro ductory course in the principles of economics for liberal, arts, education and engineering students as well as a course in labor problems for more advanced majors in com merce and finance. MrJStruble w-ill begin his duties as instructor at the local collese when it opens September 22. 1 THREE SLIGHTLY HURT AS CAR GOES OYER BANK Three Gilberton young men had narrow escape from serious in jury when their car went over a bank on the Maizeville hill after eaving the road and crashing thru the guard raiL -The car went down the embankment for 150 feet before coming to a stop 'against a tree.

In the car at the time was the driver, Jack Dixgn. of 9 Long Row, Gilberton, and Vemon Sherry and Edward Oakum. iAll three received minor bruisetf and lacerations and were treated at the office of Dr. Chas. W.

Miller, of Frackville. Locking- of the brakes of the car driven by Dixon and owned by his father, Thos. Dixon, is said to have caused the accident The, tree which stopped the car after Iturning over on its plunge down' the embankment probably saved the car from rolling another 50 feet into an old stripping. BIRTHS To Mr. and Mrs.

Harry Davidson, Maple Hill, a son, at the Locust Mt. To Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Gallagher, of Burnt Cabins, formerIyx of Pottsville, a 1 daughter, their first on August 1st Mrs. Gallagher is the.

former Jean Huling. To Carl Koch, 202 Centre Tamaqua, a daughter, at the Coaldale Hospital on Monday. To Mr. and Mrs. John McCullion, 217 W.

White st, Summit Hill, a daughter, at the Coaldale Hospital on Sunday, To Dr. and Mrs. Serge Grynke-wich, 162 E. Phillips st. Coaldale, a son, at the Coaldale Hospital on Monday.

1 To Mr. and Mrs. William Clark. Frackville, a son, at the Ft. Springs HospitaL Mrs.

Clark ia the former Mary To Mr. and Mrs. John Dushney, Ashland, a son, at the Ft Springs HospitaL Mrs. Dushney. is the former Rita Thomas.

To Mr. and Mrs. Wm. 'Fleetman, son, at the Ft. Springs HospitaL Fleetman is the former Mildred Keller.

To Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sutsko, Centraliai a daughter, at the Ft Springs Mrs. Sutsko is the former Helen Daniels. To Mr.

and Mrs. WfllUm WaUace, 559 Market st, PotUville. a son. their first child, at the Good Samar itan Hospital on Monday. Mrs.

Wal lace is the former Betty Shaw. To Mr. and Mrs, John Reiley. 384 S. Centre sCT Pottsville, a daughter.

their first child, at the Good -Samar itan Hospital on Monday. Mrs. Reiley Is the former Dolpres Brennan. The father Is the well known funeral di rector. 1 4 To: Mr.

and Mrs. Leroy WetxeL 1S1 Walnut st. PottsVUle. a sotv then- tenth child, at the Good Samaritan Hospital on Monday. Mrs.

Wetzel is the former Mary Benedict To Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Lewis. 500 w. Market a son.

at the Pottsville Hospital Saturday-Mrs. Lewis is tie former Nahne Jones. LANSFORD E0Y TO JOIN CASALOMA ORCHESTRA Tommy Moyer. son of Mrs. Rose B.

Moyer of 21 E. Patterson street Lansford, will Join Glen Gray's famous Casa Loma Orchestra at Detroit Aug. 29 as a trombonist. He ia 23, a navy veteran and played with a number, of orchestras in the Panther Creek and Lehigh Valleys, including the Moder-naires and the Music Masters. COALDALE MANS FOOT KtTN OVER BY TKUCK Thomas Petrich, 22of 135 E.

Le high, st, Coaldale. an employe of the Bazlej Construction Co re ceived, injuries to his right foot when the nfember was run over by a truck at work on Mt-nday morning. He was removed to. the Coal dale Hospital. Dr.

Raphael Marshy. Optametrist Eyes examined SchuyliiH Turst Building Phone 5354-J. Dr. Laab will be out of town August II to August 14th. MRS.

JOHN F. SWEENEY Mrs. Winnie, nee" Focht, wife of John F. Sweeneyr 45, of 723 E. Broad sU Tamaqua, suffered a heart attack on Saturday morning and "died at her home on Saturday eve- at 10:45 o'clock.

Born, in Tamaquaa daughter-of late Mrs. Winnie, nee Fritz, and the late William Focht. she was a member of St. John's Lutheran Church. She "was employed by the Bond drug store for 17 years and later managed the Leslie drug store five years.

Surviving besides her husband are one daughter, Doris, at home, and- a son, John, Norristown; her at home;" two sisters, Mrs. Edgar Loew and Mrs. Robert Williams, "both of" Tamaqua, and one grandchild. Funeral from her late home on Tuesday afternoon, jarith burial in the Odd Fellows' Cemetery. Russell Holmes is the funeral director.

ANTHONY RUGGESO Anthony Ruggero, Jenny Palo Alto, died at his home on Sunday morning. He was a former em-. I ployee of the, Sch. Haven Water Co', but had not been working foi a long time due to ill health, A son of the late Carmen and Mary Ruggero, he was born in Italy but lived most of his life in this country. He.

was a member of St J. Joseph's" Church and of the Italian Club, of PaIo Alto. Surviving are his Wife, Mary, nee Sesto; two children, Ralph Str'ollo and Anna, wife of Raymond Foster, both of Palo Alto, and two grand-: children. Funeral arrangements are being completed by the Reiley Funeral Service. MRS.

AXXA BITCAVAGE Mrs. Anna Butcavage, Main st, Maizeville, died suddenly at her home on Sunday morning. A native Of Lithuania, she was a member of Louis Church. She is survived by three daughters, Phyllis, Mrs. George William, Penn and Helen, at home; one son, Clement, Phila, and twb grandchildren.

Funeral arrangements aire being completed, by William Menkewicz, Shenandoah. MRS. WILLL4M LEEVBACH Mrs. William Leinbach, nee An-etta Pry, a native of Lansford-and a lifelong resident of that town untitl recently died at Norristown I Hospital Friday night She had been making her home with a son, Harry, at Conyngham. Her hus-band died 20 years ago.

Other survivors include a daughter. Mrs. Harry C. Koffel of Eaglesville and a sister. Mrs.

Louise McLean, of Lansford. The funeral was held Monday from the Holmes Funeral Parlor, Lansford, with interment in the G. AR. Cemetery, Summit HiU. MRS.

JOSEPH McEVTYRE Mrs. JosephMcIntyre. 105 Miner st, Coaldale. died at her home on Saturday. She was a member of ySt.

Jerome's Church. Her husband, Joseph, preceded i her in death and she is survived by three sons. Charles, Lansford and Joseph and Hugh, both at home. Funeral from her late home on Tuesday morning with a mass in St Jerome's Church. Burial in, the parish cemetery.

JAMES D. ROWE Funeral services for James D. Rowe. 63, of 34Q South 15th street Harrisburg, retired Wiconisco coal mine employe who died Friday in a Harrisburg hospital, were held Monday afternoon from the Reiff and Helt Funeral Home in Lykens. i Rev.

Sydney A. Buxton of the Park street Evangelical TJ. B. Church, Harrisburg, officiated and interment was in Wiconisco cemetery. His Tillie.

and a daughter. Mrs, Bernice Miller of Harrisburg, survive. NVAlbert Fegley, M. D. Sch.

Haven, will be out of town August 14th to August 21st Ceampf, "itvj.ri. If.

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