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WA>^REN. PA T I M E S - M I R R O R . MONDAY. MARCH 27. 1950 seven ¡emi-Rnalish Are Determined Norm Wooster Wins w Penna. Basketball Playoffs Ma*ch Game Roiioff Harrisburg, March ^27—(Æ) — woyersville’s hopes of becoming h.e first Class B school to win the lass A PIAA basketball title cached a high peak today. The Sailors defeated Allantown, 9-39, Saturday in an eastern semi- inal to become heavy favorites to )ecorae the next Class A state :hampions. That would be the first town of District 3 at Allentown in Home|tead is the only team left in the running that has ever won the title before. 'The Stcelers defeated Lower Merion, ^9-24, in 1939. . Meanwhile, the Class B race also Nummy Wooster won the Class A match-game championship roll­ off at the Penn Bov/iing Center last night when he finished with 67 units, just a notch ahead of his brother, Harry, under the Peterson Point System of scoring. Warren Team Holds 2nd Place in Penna. Tenpin Tournament ) SPORTS ROUNDUP , ^ ------------------------------------—------------------------------- I5y liUGH FI LIJDRTON, JK. New York, March 27—(JP) — Word seeping in from southern sources is that the southern conference has given up hope of trying to select a rommisaioner this f spring and won’t try again until York, March 27— (iP) —Early j December. . . . Seems tha nobody bowlers are proving hard to top in | within the circuit can get the ne- the 12th annual Pennsylvania | cessary two-thirds niujority except women’s bowling tournament here. | pot'sibly Col. Bill Couper of Vi.II Only one of the nine di\'isions j and so far they haven’t been able inie in the 30-year history of the )layoffs that a Class B school has ;opped the high honors. Standing between Swoyersville uid the title are the eastern finals kVednesday night at the Penn Palestra, v.'hen they meet Haver- ‘ord’s District 1 representatives, ind nc::t Saturday’s championship g^ame, also at the Palestra. The v,’estern contender v/ill be either Homestead’s WPIAL titlists or Westinghouse, Pittsburgh city league champs. They m^eet Wednesday night at Pitt Stadium, Pittsburgh. Homestead defeated Altoona, District 6 winner, Saturday afternoon in the Pitt Stadium, 60-44. the east, and unbeaten Irwin’s WPIAL champions opposing Mercer, of District 10, at New Brighton. The western finals are scheduled to give each team an equal I travelling distance although the New Brighton court seats only 1600. Ashley and Irwin are favored to win tomorrow night. If they do, the state title game probably viill be held at the Kingston Armory has reached the district final ¡^ummy average(’ 203 for 14 stage. Tomorrow night will see | games with a total of 2854. Broth- Ashley of District 2 meeting Kutz- er Harry toppled 2829 pins for a 202 average. Bob Check took third Class A money wth 64 points. Tlie Class B rolloff was won by Myer PappalarUo, w’ho toppled 2614 pins for a total of 05 points. Joe Musante was second high v/ith 62% points and Harold Still placed third with 59 units. Summary of the match-game rolloff: CI^\SS A Pins saw a lead change hands as the tourney passed the half-way mark here over the weekend. Mary Aten, Berwick, took over first place in the Class C singles with a 521 total and a 39-pin lead over runner-up Irene Kupniewiski, l^ie. Thelma Shirk, Lancaster, holds the lead in the all-events competi- to agree on an outsider. . . Couper has repeatedly K.ald he wouldn’t take the job even if they ’‘dratted’ him. . . . No. 1 reason why the “Poughkeepiiic’ regatta will be held in Marietta, O. from now on: When the I. R. A. stewards *aw i the.r choice between f-O years of tradition and an obsc'rvation train. Nummy Wooster Harry Wooster Friday night. If Kutztown v/ins j Bob Check in the cast, the site is likely to be either Allentown, Hershey or Reading. Ashley has lost only two games this season, both to Swoyersville. The Rockets finished in the run- Fred Gagliardi Paul Coppola Tim Thomas Andy Randinelli Barney Senger 2853 2829 2328 2Ô42 2Ô85 2472 2480 2548 MP 10 10 12 TP 67 66 64 8 V 2 60 7 CO 6 55 5^^ 541^2 3 7s 53 Va place in Class C teams. Heavyweights Wind Up Hard Training For Wednesday Tiff W^cstinghouse dow’ned Hickory of 1 ner-up spot to Swoyersville in the District 10 that night by a 50-36 six-team Class B North League of CLASS B count. the Wilkes-Barre area. M. Pappalardo Joe Musante Harold Still Bud Leuthold Sandy Giunta Art Michel Phil Campbell Chingo Scalise 2614 2600 2633 2431 2374 2370 2298 2425 13 11^/2 7 8 65 62 V 2 59 56 8 V 2 55 Mí 5 ^a 52 Vs 7 52 3 51 tion v.ith a 1704 total for nine i they v.-ere smart enough to rhoone games in teams, doubles and the one that would bring in some singles. dough. Probably the busiest guy The leaders Include the War- in upstate New York these days is ren County Dairy, W'arren, second , Councilman-coach Roy Simmons of Syracuse. Ilis lacros.^o team opens againdt Kenyon today: his boxers go in the NCAA chaiupionslnps Thursday and there’s alwavji city council meetings. On tiie Ixiose The Indiana U. Fi-eshmen foot- ballera were drilling again.'st the varsity th 3 other evening wlicn Pete Kukso, I'rosh tackle from Am------------ I bridge, P r ., (.and a v/hale of a ^ «-r / ' prospcct) managed to run through Buffalo, N Y March 27-(^) ; !^ without tauchuii; any op- -Ezaard ChariM and f reudie ^ g,^ BMhore ended heavyweight train- ELIiS CLUB Results of Elk Club tenpin league matches over the weekend: Turner Radio 4, South Side Market 0; Smith Lumber 3, Sylvania 1; Crescent Floral 3, West Penn j petition. Oil 1; Hammond Iron 2, Nine-O i 190—535 MOOSE CLUB South Side Market whitev/ashed Darling Jewelers and Flowerland Greenhouse blanked Warren Taxi in Moose Club tenpin league com- M. Gelotte hit 178-167- for Flowerland and F. Sammy Snead Wins Second In a Row Garage 2. Scalise, anchor for Sylvania, chalked up a 601 series on games of 205, 170 and 226. Rapp hit 181- lSO-203—574 for Turners; and K. riJraham had 559 (190-199-170) and ix^xijg Hansen hit 551 (144-211-196), both j for Smiths. Scoring: I Elastic fired 156-185-192—533 for I South Side Market. Scoring: I S. S. Mkt ...........745 807 771—2323 ¡Darling’s ...........674 734 741—2149 Flowerland ___816 746 813—2375 ...........7E19 746 809—2274 Greensboro, N. C., March 27— (IP )—Sam Snead has completed the cycle begun a year ago. The golfing gent from White Sulphur Springs, W. Va.,; Inaugurated a hot run in la.*5t year’s Greer.sboro open tournament and hasn’t cooled off yet. ing today to taper off for their NBA heav>^'eight title bout here Wednesday. Both agreed that a month’s delay may have helped a little. The 15-round fight originally was scheduled for Feb. 28. However, it was postponed Feb. 24 to allow Charles to recover from a reported cracked rib. “The layoff may have helped me a little,” Beshore said last night. The blonde challenger from Harrisburg, Pa., admitted he was considerably chagrined at first by the unexpected postponement. 1 added: “Now that it’s all over, 1 guess I’m just as glad. I may be a little stronger if anything. Right now I’m just about a.? good as I can be." Meanwhile, Charles’ manager, Jake Mintz, said he was “very much satisfied “with the champion and gave a plug to the coming of spring weather. Mintz said; “I don’t think the layoff hurt because it gave him a chance to ing: “Just who do you block on j that play?’’ . . . Russo put on an ; innocent look and replied: “Oh, I | just pick up the strays.” Monday Matineo Did you ever notice that Don * Nev.'combe, the Dodger flinger, , kecp.'S the bail in his glove while he . takes his full windup and stretch and then transfers it to hia pitching hand when he raise.s his arms to begin the pitch? We didn’t, but R2d Barrov/ called attention to this quirk and added that the only other ])itcher he’s seen who does tl:e But he ; same thing is the Yanks’ Allie ! Reynolds. . . Santa Clara U. finds an omen of some sort in the fact that its new coach, Dick Gallagher, signed his contract on St. Patrick’s Day. rurnes ... ...854 792 848—2494 3. S. Mkt, . 685 718—2144 1 3mith:s .. . ....852 952 , i 883—2667 i Sylvania .. ... 842 459 845—2546 | L^rescent .. ...800893 835—2528 ! West Penn ....857 797 757—2411 ' 1 1 riammond . . ..795 821837—2453 S"ine-0 .. ....867 820 787—2474 JR. INDUSTRIAL LEAGUE (Penn) Match resuitjg: Airco 1, PPJl 3. Hammond Iron 1. R.W. Norris 3. Halle’s Garage 4, Marshall’s 0. Norton’s 1, Sunray Elec. 3. FÍGHTS FRIDAY MGHT By ThA A«ft(K:tat«d PrAtii New Y'ork—Rocky Marciar.o, 183U, Brockton, Masa., outpointed Roland La ntar::a, 1S7, New York, 10 . West Palm Beach, Fla.—Red De Faiiio, 145, Bayonne, N. J., out- Here’s What You Get— 1. Stserin^ gear odjustod — ateenr\§ mount ing }ightentd to frame — ottering geometry corrected. 2» Kingpin bushing« checked — kingpin inciination adjjtted. 3. ritrrjan arm disconnected and adju«t«d. 4. Tie rod ends checked. 5» Pivot pins cheeked for wear. 6. Toe-In adiusted. 7. Gister set. S. Camber set. MARCH ONLY! Sammy made it tw'o in a row and four since 1938 when he breez- | do gome more roadwork when the ed around the Sedgefield Country I jrood weather came. It got his Club course In 66-67 style yester- i weight down a little. I look lor day to grab off $2,000 top money ¡him to weigh around 184 pounds, pointed Sonny Luciano, 141 u, Patin the $10,000 event vath a record-j which is very good weight for^i ; breaking 269 total. 'him.” ' ............. Before a gallery, estimated at ‘ Charles scaled 189 lij five days 17,000—a record for this winter’s before the first fight date, tour’s by PGA tournament bureau , Beshore Ls expected to weigh director George Schneiter, Snead about 185 Wednesday night. Your Neighborhood CHEVROLiT DEALER Best Series | romped in a 10-stroke winner ov- Jim Cravener, Norton’s, 176, 193, : er runnerup Jimmy Demaret, j Ojal, Calif., whose 71-6Q finish 190, i gave him 279 and $1,000. j Snead’s latest win boosted his 168, 1 1950 vidnnings to $12,908, again topping the field. 188—557. Walt Dremann, WARREN, PA. Chevrolet, Plymouth, Dodge, Ford owners Rebuilt Motors: Sunray, 171, 190—551. Ange Scalise, Hammond's, 224, 143—535. Herm Knight, Marshall’s, 18 , 158—533. Tom Cliiford. Halle’s, 202, 175—546. 194, 169, L.\DIES VARIETY LEAGUE (Bowladrome) Match results: North Penn Pipe 3, Port Dry Cleaners 1. Swanson Notaries 3, Struthers! Wells 1. j Mack’.. New Rroom 2, Warren jCo. Dairy 2. Host Series Phyllis Honhart 206 158 201—565 Madge Kehm ..138 176 180—494 Helen Dodge ...169 168 132—4G9 R. Cruickshank .179 155 127 —461 SPOHTS IN ERiEF Both fighter.g finished heavy training Vv’ith four rounds apiece in the ring and another six rounds of floor work. They planned to rest today. Routine “loosening up” v/as scheduled for tomorrov;. Hollyv.’ood, Calif.—Bobby Bur-, gess, 142‘j, San B’rancisco, out- poinicd Freddie “Babe” Herman, 142 Vt. Los Angelcd, 10. Indiajiapolis—Gone Parker, 135, Indianapoi I'Jf outpointed Dave et low monthly Completely rebuilt like new ... guaranteed like a new motorl Liberal old motor allowance! Get all the details about motors tcdcy at Wards! • For Ford 1928-’42 • For Chev. 1933-»42 • For Dodge 1933-’42 • For Ply. 1933-’42 • For Chry. “6’» ’37-’42 • For DeSoto ’37-’42 • For Buick *37-’43 • Oldsraobile ’34-’42 • Pontiac ’34-’42 • Studebaker ’37-’43 • Dodge Truck *37-^4G • Ford Truck ’37-’46 Motors Installed All Work Guaranteed League Leader» High game, Phyllis Honhart 232. High three: Phyllis Honhart 565. High team game: Warren Co. Dary 767. High team match: Struthers- Wells 2181. KNIGHTS OF COLUIMBUS (Arcade) Match results: St. Louis 3, Santa Clara 1. Loyola 3, Catholic U. 1. Frank Gerardi, Fordham, 191, 193, 195—579. J. Bonavita, Loyola, 199, 192, 172- 563. Team Standings W. L. St. Louis .................31 17 Catholic U.................29 19 Loyola ... . ...........29 19 Santa Clara ...........27 21 St. Joseph .............22 26 San Francisco ....21 27 Fordham ..................19 29 Duquesne.................14 34 Pet. .e46 .604 .604 .563 .458 .438 .396 .292 By Thf> AsKOi'iated Prps* Golf Greensboro, N. C.—Sam Snead iwon the Greensboro open tournament with a 72-hoIe score of 269. I Teuiiis i Philadelphia—Richard Gonzales ; won the Philadelphia Inquirer’s ’ v.'orld pro tennis championship by 1 defeating Jack Kramer, 7-5, 6-3, j 6-4. ! New York—Don McNeill of ' Bellerose, N. Y., won the men’s singles and Nancy Chaffee of Ven- I tura, Calif., the women’s singles in the National Indoor Championships. Racing Aintree, England — Favored I Freebooter won the Grand Nati; onal Steeplechase, i BasketbiLlI Denver—The Phillips Oilers defeated the Oakland Blue ’n Golds, 165-42, to win back the National I AAU Cliampionship. I New York — CCNY downed ■ North Carolina State, 78-73, for I the eastern NCAA title. Kansas City — Bradley edged Baylor, 68-66, to win the Western ^NCAA title. I Swimming j Columbus, Ohio—Ohio State re- i tained its NCAA championship, iwith Yale, Michigan and Iowa behind. Boxing Waco-Texaa—Joe Louis, retired undefeated heav>^\veight champion, said he will hang up his gloves for 1 good shortly and tour with a circus. Hi-Y Basketbailers Down Fslcons 55-22 JvIariJh, 138, Akron, 30. Austin. Te::.—Pete Gil, Austin middlov/eight, knocked out Pelon Garcia, Monterrey, Mexico 2 (main regular bout on .ioo Louis-Kenry Hall exhibition card). Can Diego, Calif.—Irvin Steen, 150, San Diego, outpointed Benny Walker, 149, • Oakland, 12. Exhibition Ocrr.es Gail Bimber and Roger ParfiL, witli 21 and 15 points respectively, led tlie Warren lii-Y basketball tea-u to a 55-22 victory over the Warren Falcons in a contest played on the ”Y” fioor Saturday night. The Hi-Y five took an early lead, 16-2, in the initial period and keep pouring it on throughout the game. DeLeo v/as high man for the Falcons with eight points. Lineups: ; Hi-Y G. F. Pts. Bimber, f ...................... 9 321 Nicholson, f ............... .. 2 0 4 Parfit, c ...................... .. 7 1 15 DaieS^ g ..................... 1 1 3 Updsgraff, g ........... . . O 0 6 ‘ McGarry, g ............. .. 0 0 Oi 0 4 ! R. Jones, f ................. 1 0 O 1 j Schellhammer, f .... .. 0 0 O i ! Smith, c ........................ 0 0 0 Totals ...................... . 23 5 55 ! i F’alcons G. F. Pts. 1 i Gilson, f ...................... .. 0 0 ' Papalia, f ..................... 1 0 2 ' 1 DeLeo, g .................... . 4 0 8 ' Geitner, g ...................... 1 5 I Maier, g ...................... .. 0 0 0 I Gustafson, g ............. .. 0 0 0 Totals ...................... . . 9 4 22 Score by quarters: Hi-Y .................... 16 9 1317- -55 Falcons ............... 2 5 69- -22 Kv Tlip AhbOi'iatfd frcb* ' Yt*i;i<irday’s ’ San Francisco (PCL) 9. Pittsburgh S. I St. Louis (N) 3, Boston (N) 'J. San Diego (IK^L) 11, St. I^ouis , B (A) 3. Chicago ( .\ ) 8, Sacramento (PCL) 1. Brooklyn 11, New York (A) 8, Detroit 5, Nev/ York B (A) 3. Buffalo (IL) 7, Philadelphia (A) 6 . Hollywood (PCL) 7, St. Loui.s ' (A) 6. I Washington 10, Chattanooga ■ (SA) 7. I TITLE (iAME SI^\TEI> Bethlehem, March 27— 1^) — Bethlehem Catholic High meets St. James of Pittsburgh tomorrov; for the state Class B PCIAA title. dov/ning York Catholic, 57 to 48, for its 23rd victory in 29 games. Ofiîcials: J, White, R. Kerchner. GETS NEW POST Collegeville, March 27— (JP )— Raymond Gursynslu has been moved up from a5jsistant to head football coach at Ursinua College. He ' succeeds Kuhrt Wieneke who re- | signed. The Bears won only one j game of seven last year. Gurzyn-! ski v/Ill continue a.s track coach.: Wieneke will remain on the tac- ■ ulty and continue to coach wrestling. NOTK'K I IN RE: E;itate of Irvmg 11 ! Veley, deceased. No. 18 November Term, 1948, In the Orphans’ Court of Warren , County, Pennsylvania. | Notice is hereby given that the Administrator of said il^tata han ' filed Its First anl Final Account which v;as confirmed ab;;olately on December 1, 1948; that said administrator petitioned said Court to make discrlbutitni of tho balance for distribution; that said Court fi3.;ed 10 o’clock, A.M. April 13, 1950 as t:ie time for hearirg i.j | the ir.atter of .said di.stribution ; ' and that ah personr, intereste l In the di.striljution of Haid estate r.Tiy ; appear before said C'ouit at said time and may then p.n 1 tiiere be j heard. ! Sidney D. Dlacl:n-.an, i Attorney for A.dmin‘strator Mar. 20-27-Apr. 3—3t .NOTK^E IN RE; Estate of Ix'Vi Smith, Deceased. No. 16 November Term, 1949, in the Orphar..'«?' Court of Warren County, Pennsylvania. Notice is hereby given that the Administrator c.t.a.d.b.n. of said Estate has filed hi.' First and Final Account which was confirmed absolutely on December 7, 1949; that said administrator petitioned said Court to make distri+jution of the balance for distribution: that said Court fixed 10 o’clock, A. M. April 13, 1950 as the time for healing In the matter of said distribution; and that all per.-:ons interested in the distribution of saio estate may appear befora said Court at naul time and may then and there be heard. Sidney D. Blackman, Administrator c.t.a.d.b.n. Mar. 20-2?-Apr. o—ot NOTK E IN RE; Estate of Emil B*. rol- Bon, deceased. lío. 18 Novtnn ber Term, 1949. In the Orphans’ Court of Warxen Couhty, Pennsylvar.ia. riotic* U hereby given that the AdministraUj. of said Estate has I’iieci hi.'i l^'lrist and Final Account whirh was confirmed ab-ioluteJy on Dticember 7, 194U; that Raid Ad ministrator petitioned said Court to make distribution of the h:r. ance for distribution; that said Court fixed 10 o’clock, A. M. April i;i, 1950 fl.i the time for hearing in the matter of «aid dlst’üjuMou and th:it all person.T intere.^ted the distribution of fc'.'d c.itate may aj/pear before said (.'ourt at sr.id iirne and may then and there b:- heard, Sidney D. Biackmar Attorney fc Admini.':tralor Mar. 2« ?7-Apr. 5 :?t Oificial Pony League Schedule, 1950 FLOOR SCORES High School PIAA CLASS A Eastern Semifinals Swoyerville (Dist. 2) 59, Allentown (Dist. 11) 39. Western Somi-Finals Homestead 60, Altoona 44. Pittsburgh Westinghouse (Dist. 8) 50, Hickory (Dist. 10) 36. Eastern PCIAA Class B Championship Bethlehem Catholic 57, York Catholic 48. ! At ! Hamiltan At Lockpoti At Batavia At .Hornell At Wcllsville At Oleun At Brbuford Ai Jtnisatowa HAMILTON ................ May 21. 22 Apr.30 May 1 June 7, July;June 18,19,25 16,17,18 Aug Aug. 2, 3, 27,28 Sept. 3 30, 31 May 14,15.30. May 16, 17. Jd -May 0. 10 ,May 28. 29 ii.Iay 7, 8 30. June 4! July 9, 10. lliJuiie 11. 12 I June 5. 6, 26.'July 2. 3. 20 July 4, 4 Aug. 6. 7. 8 iJuly £4, 23 | 27. July 23! Aug. 1. 13, Aug. 21, 22 1 . Aug. 20 23.24 Ana. 16. 17 i 14, 18 LOCKPORT................ May S, 4 June 8, 10 July 12, IS Sept. 1, 2 1 May 13. 28, 3u July 4, 5. 22 IAu 3 . 21, 22 ISopt. i May 9, 10. 11 ■Tune 11. 13 July 24. 25 Aug. 23. 24 ■May 23. 24 1 May 14,15. 16,May 5. fi June 28, 29 Jure 5, « June 18,19.20 July 3U, 31 1 26. 27 Au«. 2. 8. Aug. 13.14,15 1 Aug. 16. 17 1 30, 31 May 31 June 1, IB. 17 AU3. 6 7. 1 8, IJ, la BATAVIA.................. Apr. 2», May 19,20 June 2S, 24 July 14. 15 .\up. 25. 26 I May 12. 29, 30 June 21. 22 July 4. 21. 23 Kept. 4 1 May 7. 8 1 May 3, 4 May 23, 24, 25 June 9, 10 Uune 3, 4, 2S'Tulv 2, 3, Tuly 12,13.18 !Ju'y 7 8 | ?6, 27 Aug. 18, IS lAus. 4, 5 Aug. 27. 28 May 31 (May 26, 27 June 1. 16, 171 Tune SO July li,19,20 ;July 1. 28, 29 Aug. 7, 8 lAusf. 18,19 2Ù BOBNELL .................. iMhy 3, 6 iMay 26, 27 June 2, 3 lJune 30 July 6 7, 8 jJuly 1. 28. na Sent. 4, 4 lAug. 18.19.2U IMay 21, 22 ¡ June 14, 15 1 July 16. 17 1 Aug. 9. 10. 14 i May 20. 29 ’ .May 17, 18. 31 June 1^,24,25!June 1. 7. 8 July 15 !July 9 Aug. 25,26.30 Aux. 11, 12 May 3. 4, 23 jMay 12, IS June 28, 29 iJune 21, 22 July 3, 20, 31 ¡July 21,22,23 Sept. 1 IA u "!. 4. 5 WSLI^VILLS .... May 31Junel Tune 15 16,17 July 19, 30 Auf. 11, 12 May 7. 8. 25 July 2, 3. 26, 27 Autt. a, 10 May 14. 15 'May 19. 28 June 2,3,6,27; June 10,20.23 July 6 July 14 Aug. 16, 17 'AU?. 2, 3, 31 Apr.30 Mayl, 2, 30, lune 22 Tuly 4 5. 21 Sept. 4 May 9, 11. 26. IMay 21, 22 27 .Tunc 30 1 June 9, 10 July 24. 28 ¡July 12. 13 Au«. 18, 23 iAu.27,28 Ee.2 CLEAN ......................... May 26, 27 Tune30 Jlyl.l July 28, 29 Aug. 18. 19 May 19. 20 Tune 23,24,25 July 14, 15 Aug. 4, 5 Mfay 5, 6 June 28, 29 July 30, 31 Sept. 1, 2, 3 June 16, 17 July JO, 11 19, 20 Aug. 6, V, 8 May 12, 13, 3t June 21 July 4. 22, 23 Aug.22, Sep.4 May 21. 22 IMay 3. 4 June 9, 10. l»;.Tune 3, 4 Ju!y 12. 13 ¡July 6. 7. • Aui. 14. 15 'Au:?. 25. 23 BBAUFORD .............. May 12, 13 June 21. ?.2 July 21, 22 Aug. 4, 5, 3 Apr.30 May 1 June 2, 3, 4 July 6. 7 AuR. 25, 26 May 17, 18 June V, 8 July 9, 10 Aug. 6, 11, 12l May 24. 25 ¡May 10 May 7, 8 July 2. 27. 30 June 11. 12 June 14 Aug. 57. 29 July 1, 25. 29; July 16.17,18 Sept. 2. 3 lAug. 19.20.24 Aug. 9.10,13 May 19. 20, 30 June 24, 25 July 4, 15 Aug.22, Sen 4 4AMESTOWN............ May 24, 2J. 25 June 28, 29 July 26. 27 Aua. 9. 10^ May 17. 18 June 14.15 July 9. 10 11. 19. 20 1 May 9. 10. 11 June 11, 12 July 24, 25 Aug. 28. 24 _ Apr. 30 IMay 5, 6 1 May 28, 29 May 1. 2 Tune 7. 8 ¡June 18,19,20 June 5, 6. 2«,iJuly 16,17.18 ¡Aug. 2, a, 27 Aug. l6.X7lScpt. 1. 3 1 30, 31 . May 14. 16, 30 June 23 July 4. 3, 14 - --------------- --------- ~ ■ 'This is the FINEST BATTERY ever to cany my name.” CuaranUed 3¿ meirths or mites I BOiueRS tATTERY I SPARK PLfiG eo.. READIKa, PA. AnMIMSTIIATION \OTI( E Lftfters TeHlamen*ary on the E.*Late of Jarne.s Stranaghan, laie oi cne Tfr.vn.-h'p of Mead, V. aj’:‘en County, I'a., deceased, having been this day granted to the undersigned, notice is hereby given to all pereons indebted to said Estate U.- i.iake iiamediale payment, and thoiJs havings claims or demands against ti'e ;,anie v/ill pi-esent them to the undersigned, properly authenticated for settlement. WARREN BANK. AND TRUST COMPANY Blackman and Blackrr.ar., Atty.i. March 1', 1950. Mar. 20-27-Apr. 3-l0-l7-24-6t ADMIMSTUATION NOTK.E Letters of Administration on the M-tate of Harry N. Thompson, late of the Borough of V/arren, Warren County, Pa., deceivsed. having been th:s day granted to the undersigned, notice i.i hereuy given to ail persons Indebted to said FJstate to make imm.ediate payment, and thote having claims or demand.'« again.'^t the same will present them to the undersigned, properly authenticated for settlement. Ruth S. Thompson, 10 Mead Street, Warren. Fennayh anla, Harold S. Hampson, Att’y. January 11, 1950. Feb. 27, Mar. 6-13-20-27 Apr. 3-6f AÜMLMSTRAX 10 N .NOTRE Letters testamentary on the Estate of Mrs. Olive G. Clapp late of the town of Tion a, Warren County. Fa., decea.«ed, having been this day granted to the un- deraigr.ed, notice is hereby given to all persons indebted to said Estate to make Immediate payment, and these having claims or demands against the same will pre- 1 sent them to. the undersigned, properly authenticated for settle- ' rnent. j Edmund D. Clapp, ! 2580 Green Road, j University Heights, Cleveland, Ohio. Kenneth L. Clapp, Ticna. Pa. January 23, 1950. Feb. 20-27; Mar. 6-i3-20-2î-6t* DIES I.N < OI.I.ISION Str,uni.or, Va - March 27 '.T) iicadon collision of a car and «. loaded coal truck or* U. S. Rout« 11 ju.*;t north her* re.^ulted In tho deatJi of Me.t Jerome, S3, an iortlf’* .'f NV’.v Ken.^ington, r-a, Stat» PoHi'p said Jerome was alone In the car. They reported the acrldont happened about ft p. m. yrsterdav or. a curve. j AflMIMHTRATION N<yiKF letters Teslarnentary on th« ; Eats.tf; of Elizabeth flaley, a.k.a. I r:iii:abeth M. f’aley late ^of th« Borough cl' \\ a.Ten. VVarre:i (Viunty, l*a , defea.*;p(i, having been ! thiij day granted t > th-i under, aigf.ed, notice i?- he -eby given to all per,‘<onfl indebted to *a!d Estate to make IrnaiPuiate payment, and th.i;*c having claims or demands ' cgainst th^ will pre5e."it them to t}ie under.^’.gned, properly au- thf'r‘^■’at^d for settlement. The V;arr‘»n National Bank, E;.ecutor Warren Pernsylvani.^ Alexandir, Cla*« A ^itc'.ia: At,to--r./»ys W a'.Ten Penni'ylvanlu. ' March 18, 1950. ; .Mar. 20 27-Api. 0-l0-J7-24-6t Have a Lawn The Easy WHITNEY Way !. WHI Cicrrninitrion-testcd mix- fures ci finest graitjej lor c’.ery need. Whitney’< Valuable Folder— *'How to Have t Biiter Lawn”—ii FPJ-H. Stop in todf 5 i QUIGGLE’S SERVICE CENTER Pennsoit Products 24 H©ur Service PENN. AVE., at VLIRKET I’hone 1595

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