The Plain Speaker from Hazleton, Pennsylvania on February 14, 1955 · Page 20
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Hazleton, Pennsylvania
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Monday, February 14, 1955
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THE PLAIN SPEAKER, HAZLETON, PA., MONDAY AFTERNOON, FEBRUARY 14, 1955 PAGE 20 24 Held In WB Gambling Raid George Karazia, alias Brownie, 25, proprietor, and 23 frequenters were arrested and $400 in cash and gambling equipment confiscated in a raid by combined forces : of the sheriff's office, state police, and the district attorney's office . early yesterday morning at 715 East Northampton street, Wilkes-Barre township. Six of the 23 habitues were playing poker and the others were shooting dice. The make-shift gaming table, a built-up framework on top of an old pool table, was dismantled and taken to State Police Barracks, Wyoming. The front of the three-room building at the East Northampton street address raided was a combination cigar and confectionery store. In the second room, just off the store, were case after case of soft drink and the third room at the rear was the dice room, Lee Welker, chief deputy in the sheriff's office, reported. Mine Operators Get Blessings From Pope Framed copies of a special blessing bestowed by Pope Pius XII were presented last night to the operators of the Panther Valley Coal Co. during ceremonies conducted by the Holy Name Society of Our Lady of Hew Columbus in the parish hall. The blessings were presented to James and Frank Fauzio. New Co lumbus, and W7 Julian Parton and Joseph Crane, Lansford. STRUCK WITH CANE Michael Lapatina, of 777 Alter street, was treated at the State Hospital dispensary yesterday afternoon, for a laceration of the left side of the forehead, suffered when struck with a cane during an argu ment. City Patrolmen O'Donnell and Farley are making an mvesti gation, but no arrest has been made in the case. Bucks County 'Beast' Is Only A Big Dog The beast that has been roaming the hills of Bucks county, near New Hope, preying on deer and cattle and terrorizing women and children wasn't a mountain lion after all. Hunters who braved the snow and bitter .cold to track down the animal solved the mystery Friday when they came upon a Great Pyrenees dog beside the remains of a calf carcass on the dairy farm of Robert Montgomery, on Meeting House road, in Solcbury Township. The dog got away, but Bucks County Game Warden E. Earl Carpenter of Doylestown ordered its owner, Ralph Colter Jr., Aquetong road, near New Hope, to keep it chained. CHURCH PARTY TUESDAY Members of the St. John's G. C. PTA will hold a social tomorrow night at 8 o'clock in the school auditorium on North Wyoming treet. The affair is open to the public. Carbon Democrats Hold Victory Celebration More than 200 Carbon County Democrats attended a victory dinner in Steve Student's Cafe, Lans ford, on Saturday night, sponsored by the Lansford Democratic Club, James H. Gudea, Coaldale, former Congressman and active Dem ocratic leader, lauded the Lansford club for its outstanding support of party candidates during the No-vember elections. TAUGHT BIBLE CLASS Dr. John Schatz was the teacher for the John F. Wetterau Bible Class of the Grace Evangelical and Reformed church yesterday. Harold Koch will be the teacher next Sunday. GET HEARING TODAY Charged with disorderly conduct, John and Nestre Salvatore, of 334 West Elm street, will be arraigned before Police Magistrate Victor Petrilla this afternoon in city police court. The accused were taken into custody by City Patrolmen Mussoline and Slowit-sky Sunday night after causing a disturbance at Second and Carson streets where it is charged they caused damage to club rooms. They also face prosecution on this latter charge. Only the "Cable" carries Late-Late Shows EVERY NITE GL 4-3841. AdV. REDCO ANTHRACITE Remember, Redco is a low, white ash media cleaned anthracite of guaranteed highest quality. Call your local trucker or telephone McAdoo 9-2365, for prompt delivery. Ask for Redco. Here are the prices: Cash Prices Effective Stove Nut . 15.10 14.35 11.25 e Pea Plus Hauling Two Men Treated At State Dispensary Today Treated this morning at the Hazleton State Hospital dispen sary were: Joseph Falatko, Jr., of 500 Muir avenue, who suffered injury to his lpft. index, middle and rills' finircrs! when he accidentally got themj caught n a car fan. He was aamii-ted to the hospital for further treatment. Andrew Podlesny, - 189 South j Vine street, a miner for Hazleton Shaft Colliery of the Lehieh Val-i ley Coal Co., who was struck on the right wrist by a large lump of coal. He was discharged following treatment. McCay To Begin Duties As Carbon Solicitor Atty. Donald L. McCay, Weatherly, will assume his duties as solicitor of Carbon county tomorrow. He fcucceecls Atty. George M. Kerestes, Lansford, who resigned at Friday morning's meeting of the commissioners in Jim Thorpe. McCay's salary will be the same as that paid Kerestes, $4,140. The new appointee, who held the same office from 1944 to 1949, is a son of the late William D. McCay, Junedale, a former chairman of the Carbon County Republican party. SELLS GUERNSEY BULL Velda Dairy Farms, Inc., Tallahassee, Fla., has just purchased the proved Guernsey sire, McDonald Farms High Laird, from George W. Snyder; St. John's according to the American Guernsey Cattle Club. Personals Misses Carole DeBellis and Shirley Buchman, of this city; Janet Sereta, of West Hazleton; Shirley Mondero, of Coxeville; and Anna Mae Yurkanin, of Tresckow, employed as operators for the Boll Telephone co. at Langhorne, visited at their homes over the weekend. Mrs. Lillian Menig, of Burlington, Kansas, has returned to her home after visiting relatives and friends in this city and Rock-away, N. J. Mrs. Menig came east to attend the funeral of her sister-in-law, Mrs. Harry Dinklocker, of Kulpmont. Miss Florence Paclience, of this city, employed at the Empire Cleaners, left for New Orleans, where she will attend the annual Mardi Gras being held there. John Colombo, Of 130 South Cedar street, local insurance agent, who had been a patient at the Gcsinger Memorial Hospital, Danville, was discharged from that institution Saturday. Mrs. Lillian Delsroth, of this city, bookkeeper at Packy's Men's Shop, resumed her duties this morning after being on vacation. Leroy Ponzi, of this city, former well known regional fighter, and now employed as a barber at Wilmington, Del., was in town over the weekend visiting relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Eliot C. Prowse, of Rutherford, N. J., formerly of Weatherly, spent the weekend in Weathcrly. While here Mr. Prowse attended the 16th annjal banquet of the Weatherly Citizens No. 1 Miss Jean and Natalie Marsilio visited their parents, Mr. and Mrs Sal Marsilio. of 609 East Diamond 'avenue over the weekend. Jean, a registered nurse, is taking advanced study at the U. of P. Graduate Hospital, Philadelphia, and Natalie is a sophomore at Bloomsburg State Teachers College. Misses Rosemarie and Cathy Saul, of 204 Carleton avenue, have returned home after visiting in Philadelphia. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Williams and daughter, Cheryl of Rochester, New York, were weekend visitors of relatives in this city and West Hazleton. They were accompanied on their return trip by Mrs. Marie! Petchul, of West Hazleton, mother of Mrs. Williams. Ideal Venetian Blinds Steel-Flcxalum, any size Rerope Retape Wash Stork Yen. Blinds $2.38 up Tape yd. 20c up Call Day or Evening GL 4-4831 437 V. Broad St. Until Further Notice Buckwheat . 10.00 Rice 8.70 Barley 6.50 and State Tax W.Scranton Dies In Florida Worthington Scranton, whose grandfather gave his name to Scranton in 1800, died early yesterday at a hospital in West Palm Beach, Florida, of a heart ailment. He was 78. Scranton was a retired lawyer and industrialist, once president of the Scranton Gas and Water Co., and a prominent philanthropist who spent his winters jn Florida and his summers in Scranton and suburban Dalton, Scranton was stricken Friday at his Florida estate home, Hobe Sound, and taken to the hospital suffering from a coronary thrombosis. His widow, Mrs. Mary Marjorie Scranton, was a power In Pennsylvania's Republican party ever since women received the right to vote in 1920. For 23 years, from 1928 to 1951 when she resigned because of ill health, she served as GOP national committeewoman from the Keystone State. At the 1948 Republican convention in Philadelphia, where Gov. Thomas E. Dewey was nominated for the presidency, she served as official hostess. Her husband, generally, took a back seat in politics, preferring to let his wife do all the public speaking. But he aided the Republican cause with large financial contributions, and once ran unsuccessfully as a delegate to the GOP nntional convention. Last May, shortly after his 78th birthday, Scranton disclosed the establishment of a million-dollar trust fund for the benefit of the city's charities and educational institutions. It is known as the Scranton Foundation but Scranton and his wife made it clear it was named after the city, not the donors. Scranton's grandfather, Joseph Scranton, settled in the Scranton area back in 1847, before it was a city, and became associated with the Lackawanna. Iron Works, for more than half a century the community's basic industry. Survivors include his widow; three daughters, Mrs. Edward Mayer, Dalton; Mrs. H. M. Rozen-dali, Schenectady, N. Y., and Mrs. James A. Linen, 3rd, Greenwich, N. Y., and a son, William, W., of Glenburn, Pa. All except Mrs. Rozendall were at his bedside when he died. The funeral will be held on Thursday with services at the Westminster Presbyterian church, Scranton. Christ Sunday School Meeting Friday Night The Christ Lutheran Sunday School Association will hold its monthly meeting Friday evening at 7:110 o'clock at the parish house. A social hour, scheduled to follow the business session, will be in charge of: Mrs, Donald Wagner, chairman; Mrs. Donald Waldron, Miss Emily Voth, Mr. and Mrs. John Walters. Members' planning to attend are asked to contact Mrs. Wagner, at Gl 4-7852. FRACTURED ARM Miss Maude Phillips of 530 West Second street, fractured her left elbow in a fall on the ice. X-rays of the injury were taken Bt the Hazleton State Hospital, and the fracture reduced. Miss Phillips is executive-director of the Child Care Center of this city. Mental Health Board Will Meet Thursday The board of directors of Hazle ton Mental Health, Inc., will meet at 7:30 p. m. Thursday at the Catholic Civic ' Center, 240 West Broad street, it was announced today by Rev. Andrew P. Maloney, secretary. Directors will meet with Dr. W. V. Coyle who has been named chairman for the 1955 Mental Health Compaign which will be conducted during Mental Health Week from May 1 to 7. Brilliant Red Baldwin Apples $1 39 pcr ',u' ')s'4et Seedlcss Grapefruit 10 for 49c THOMPSON'S Rear 71 h & Locust Sts. DIAL GL 4-6963 February ALL SMALL GARMENTS CLEANED & PRESSED lifpl L-Jli Let Smllinr Tony Serf. You GL 4-4121 New York Combination Shop Dominic Cusatis, Prop. 765-767 ALTER STREET DD IE A MRS. GERTRUDE AHLBORN Mrs. Gertrude Ahlborn, of 1200 East Broad street, this city, died this morning at 8:30 at the St, Joseph Hospital following an illness of several months. Her husband, August Ahlborn, preceded her In death four years ago, A native of this city, she was formerly of Jeddo and had resided at Chester, Pa., until six months ago when she returned here and made her homo with her daughter, Mrs. Harry Sniulyan, She was the daughter of Mrs. Catherine (nee Lorcheim) and the late Frederick Bonse. She was member of the Grace Reformed church, this city. Children surviving are: Mrs. Harry Smulyan, of this city; Walter, of Chester; and Gus, of Paines- ville,, Ohio. Other survivors besides her mother, who reside in this city, are: ' a sister, Mrs. Henrietta Jacobs, of Wilkes-Barre; and a brother, Walter Bonse, of Washington, D. C. There are seven grandchildren: Connie, Donnie and Sharon Smulyan, of this city; Timiny and Marie Ahlborn, of Painesville, Ohio; and' Donald and Robert Ahlborn, of Chester. Funeral plans are incomplete. MRS. JOHN M. KOTCH Mrs. John Kotch, of 54 New street, Beaver Meadows died suddenly Sunday at 11:20 a. m. She was born in Beaver Meadows a daughter of the late Andrew and Julia Kost and resided in the borough all her life. She was a member of Ss. Peter & Paul's G. C Church. Surviving are her husband John M. and the following children: Mrs. Frank Harold of Ralfield Mutuchen, N. J.; Mrs. James Hearity of Beaver Meadows, John A. of Beaver Meadows; Emil G. at home; Regina at home. Two brothers and one sister sur viving are: Mrs. Horace Sabatinn, of Lake Huyawath, N. J.;' John Kost, of Hazleton; Michael host, of Camden, N. J.. There are four grandchildren. The funeral will be held Wednes day at 9 a. m. from the family home. Requiem high mass will be celebrated in Ss. Peter & Paul's G. C. Church at 9:30 a. m. Interment will be in the Holy Trinity Slovak R. C. Cemetery. Friends may call Monday evening until funeral time. MRS. ELIZABETH HASSLER Mrs. Elizabeth Hasslcr. 84, passed away at the Baker Conva lescent Home. Hartclton. where she had been a guest for the past four months. Mrs. Hasslcr was born in the Nuremberg area, May 4, 1870, and resided in Philadelphia for 40 years. She had been in ill health for five years. Mrs, Hassler is survived by the following children: Randall Rice, Milton; Mrs. Isabel Langerfeld, Philadelphia, with whom she" re sided; one grandson, Gene Lan gerfeld, Philadelphia; three brothers, William Hunsinger, Ncsco-peek; Ralph Hunsinger, Philadelphia, and S. L. Hunsinger, of Ebensburg. Funeral services were held at Berwick today. . MRS. DELL A BOOTH Mrs. Delia Booth, 81, of 133 East Green street, West Hazleton, died at 4 a. m. today in Berwick Hospital where she had been a patient the past three weeks. She was born at Mocanaqua, the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Andreas but resided in West Hazleton most of her life. She was a member of the Trinity Lutheran church in the borough. Her husband, Charles Booth died in 1939. Surviving are the following children: Mrs. Samuel Kisbaugh, Berwick; Mrs. Ellwood Troll, Upper Lehigh; Mrs. Gertrude Quin-ney, Berwick, and Charles, Jr., West Hazleton. Also surviving are 15 grandchildren and 27 greatgrandchildren. Funeral arrangements are incomplete. HAZLETON LODGE NO. 200 B. P. 0. E. LODGE OF SORROW For their late brother, Edward L. Payer. at the home, 337 West Blaine St., McAdoo TONIGHT, 8 IM. Special! 3 frl Expert Tailoring Remodeling Shoe Repairing Hat Reblocking GUARANTEED WORK Call and Delivery Service T Dfl MRS. HENRY SCHNEIDER Mrs. Henry Schneider, 88, of 633 West First street, died at 6 a. m. today at Danville. She was born in Hazleton June 25, 18Wi, and was the daughter of the late John and Christina (Kuen-hold) Lapp. A life-long resident of this city, she was a member of Christ Lutheran church, the Ladies Bible Class, and the Women's Missionary Society. Her husband Henry, a well-known tailor, died in 1940, Surviving is a daughter, Mrs. Edmund Hellner, Hazleton; two sisters, Mrs. Anna E. Andreas and Mrs. Lewis W, Hamer, both of Hazleton; a grandaughter, Char lotte Hellner: and several nieces and nephews. The funeral will be held at 1 p. m. Tuesday from Krapf and Hughes funeral home, 420 West Broad street. Rev. Allen Roth will officiate. Burial will be in .Vine street cemetery. Friends may call Wednesday af ternoon and evening. T. Knouse Dies In Rock Fall Thomas John Knouse, 51, of Pond Hill, was killed Saturday morning by a rock fall at Wanamie Colliery The deceased was born in Hazle ton the son of the late William and Elizabeth Helvig Knouse. He was employed as a printer at the Standard-Sentinel until moving to Pond Hill. He is survived by his wife, the former Marjorie Walp of Pond Hill. He was a deacon in the Reformed Church, Pond Hill. The funeral will be held from his late residence Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. FIND STOLEN CAR The auto of Leonard Spallone, of Scybertsville, stolen from Wyoming and Spruce streets on Friday night, was found at the rear of the Blue Comet Diner on South Church street, according to city police reports. CHAB.VN PALLBEARERS Pallbearers for the funeral of Andrew Chabnn of Kelayres, who was buried Saturday afternoon, were Andrew Baranko, James Vit-acco, Andrew Sekerak and three nephews, Leonard, John and Albert Shurgnla. Rev. Michael Kawola officiated at the services in St. Mary's Ukrainian Catholic church, Mc-Adoo, and at the grave in the parish cemetery. Today's Funerals Ezra E. Dietrich, former Weatherly resident who died Thursday, was buried this afternoon from the Warner funeral home, Weatherly. Rev, Samuel Stauffer was in charge of services and interment was in Union cemetery. Pallbearers were Russell Hunter, R. B. Faust, John Luhman, James Eadie, Robert Cortez and Edward Eamhart. The funeral of Mrs. Anna (Du dinyak) Tirpak who died Thursday at Bethlehem, was held this morn ing from the family home at Coxe ville. Requiem high mass was celebrated in Ss. , Peter and Paul's Greek Catholic church by the pas tor, Very Rev. John Kallok, who also gave the blessing at the grave in the parish cemetery. Pallbearers were: Paul Slish, Michael Tarap-chak, Steve Ferrence, John Manko, Joseph Dutzer and Michael Cherba. RUMMAGE SALE Maintenance and Residence Committee Y. W. C. A. TUESDAY, FEB. 15th 1 to 9 P. M. This is our slow season, so to keep busy we offer you this monev saving bargain on our regular $8.95 complete bicycle check-up and overhaul. HERE IS WHAT WE GIVE YOU FOR ONLY $4.95 1. Bicycle completely disassembled washed and cleaned. 2. Fork greased and assembled. 3. Crank greased and assembled. 4. Front wheel bearings packed. 5. Coaster brake checked & greased. 6. Spokes in both wheels tightened. 7. Tires and tubes checked. 8. AH bolts and nuts tightened. 9. Kinks knocked out of fenders. 10. Free storage until March 1st. 11. Free Bicycle Registration Your protection against theft. 12. Free pick-up and delivery. (All replacement parts extra) Pick up your phone now, while you are still reading this and call GLadstone 4-2321 You pay nothing until March 1st. Bill's Bicycle Supply 540 Harrison St. Haz. Native Dies At Rye Mrs. Horace P. Gorman of Rye, New York, member of a prominent and pioneer family of Hazleton, died at her home over the weekend. Her death follows that of her husband just about one year. Born in Hazleton in 1870, she was a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Thomas G. Blatch. She was wed to Mr. Gorman in 1904. Their only son, Thomas Gorman, died in 1937. Surviving are two nieces, Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Blatch Luscher, wife of Paul Luscher, an official of the Duplan Corporation, Inc., of Charlotte, North Carolina, and Miss Frances Blatch, of this city. Also surviving are her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Kirk Bowes, and grandson, Donald S, Gorman, of Rye. The funeral will be held on Wednesday at Rye. Alfred P. Keirles At Insurance Conference Mr. and Mrs. Alfred P. Keirle are attending a conference of presidents of the Veterans Association of the Metropolitan Life Insurance Co. The conference is being held at the Park Sheraton Hotel, New York City, with representatives attending from throughout the United States and Canada. Mr. Keirle is manager of the Hazleton District and president of the Central Pennsylvania Chapter. The organization is composed of 17,000 active aid retired employes of the Metropolitan Life Insurance Co., who have 20 years or more of service. Birthday Greetings To- Frank Yaccino, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Yaccino, 97 South Laurel street, 10 yesterday. He is a fourth grade student at St. Gabriel's school. Arthur Burns, 342 West Spruce street, five tomorrow. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Burns, Jr. Carl "Butch" Schneider, 118 Putnam street, West Hazleton, 10 on Tuesday. Charles Brasias, 221 South Pine street, next Wednesday. Mrs. Charles Aiello, 183 South Lee court, tomorrow. Officer Charles Kapes, of the city police force, next Wednesday. Karen Mae Cepin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Cepin, Jr., 341 East Kiefcr avenue, Hazleton Heights, three next Wednesday. John Barlctta, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Barletta, 161 Sam-1 uel's avenue, Hazleton Heights, six next Wednesday. He is a kindergarten pupil at the Heights' School. Rhonda Ancharski, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Ancharski, ' 921 North Locust street, first, to-! day. ! Billy Weed, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Weed, 61 South Pine street,! 12, today. Steven, son of Mr. and Mrs.; Louis Kish, of Oneida, last Sat-; urday. Janice, daughter of Mr. and1 Mrs. George Goach, 329 East Beech street, 8, today. Janice is a third grade pupil at St. Gabriel's school. Tomasene Hill, daughter of Mr.i and Mrs. Thomas Hill, Jr., of 874 Alter street, four, today. Reteneller's SPECIAL! . . . SOLID RIPE TOMATOES 2 CARTONS OFF SEASON BICYCLE CHECK-UP SAVE $4.00 Mine Work Schedule Mine work schedule for to morrow : Working Lehigh Valley Coal Co.; Payne Coal Co., Jeanea-Till; Lattimer Coal Corp.; Beaver Brook Coal Co.; Glen Alden Coal Co.,' Audenrled Mines; all operations of the Jeddo-High land Coal Co. with the exception of the Jeddo 7 Breaker which will be idle. Idle Hydrotated Anthracite Coal Co., Milnesville; Jeddo 7 Breaker. Wilke.s-Barre Transit Men Authorize Strike Members of Local 164, Amalgamated Association of Street, Electric Railway and Motor Coach Employes, AFL, employes of Wilkes-Barre Transit Corporation, authorized their executive board to call a strike if difficulties over a contract interpretation are not settled with management. The action wos voted by the membership at a special meeting yesterday morning at 1. Approximately 314 employes are members of Local 164. ALTER STREET CRASH Cars operated by Frank Belle-tiere, of G28 North Wyoming street, and Anthony Marino, of 805 Peace street, collided at Alter and 17th streets on Sunday afternoon, but no one was injured. City Patrolmen Farley and O'Donnell investigated. RETAIL MEETING The executive committee of the Retail Merchants Council will .meet at 12:15 p. m. Thursday at uus .oenetti's restaurant. DEFENSE CENTER MOVED Civil Defense headquarters and the state training center for Eastern Pennsylvania was moved out of the Philadelphia target area today. Headquarters for the 19-county Eastern Area Central Operations will be located in Quakertown, while the training center will be transferred to. Harrisburg. The Keystone Defender, the State Civil Defense publicity organ, will set up temporary offices in Ardmore. KILLED BY BLASTS Anthony Spiezio, 56, was killed yesterday when explosions leveled a small ore-story fireworks factory near Reading. He was alone in the frame building which housed his Glory Fireworks Co. SHOP TONIGHT! Genetti's 15th Street Super Market is onen dailv from 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. Adv. Two For . . 90c NEAPOLITAN HOT PIZZA GL 5-0521 221 E. Dia. Ave. SKATING AT HAZLE PARK Tonight 'ftS Ice in good condition. Reflooded. Dial GL 4-9097 j&fOM DELIVERY PIZZERIA GL-6 '1001 GL4 6011 84 W ST HOT PIZZA and BAR-B-Q Pork Ham Beef DIAL GL 5-1771 CIGARETTE MACHINE SERVICE REX Vending Company 110 N. Wyoming St. LIMITED ENGAGEMENT FLAMINGOS RUDY GOVE 15th & Roosevelt WE CATER TO WEDDINGS Held Over Again! S?SE. & KM J e cater to Parties, r w Badly Beaten With Rifle A 62-year-old Duryea man It reported in "poor" condition in Taylor Hospital, Scranton, while his 57-year-old alleged assailant. who police said, battered him over the head with a ,22 rifle, was confined to a cell in the Duryea Borough Building. Duryea police said William Bar-tuska, 62, was felled by the rifle wielded by George Guitson, 57, a roomer in the Bartuska home. Police said the alleged attack occurred during an argument between the two men in the kitchen of the Bartuska home last night at 7:30 o'clock. Neighbors who heard the argument raging notified police. An of ficer rushed to the scene and found Bartuska lying unconscious on the floor of the blood spattered kitchen. Furniture, dishes and kitchen utensils were broken and strewn about the room, police reported. Forty stitches were required to close multiple contusions and lacerations of Bartuska's head after he was removed to the hospital in the Old Forge ambulance. Hospital .officials said he may also have a possible fractured skull. , Police arrested Guitson 1'4 hours after the alleged attack took place. Guitson, an unemployed veteran of 13 years service in the Navy, told police that an argument developed between he and Bartuska over food ami that he struck the older man over the head with the rifle, police said. CHOIR REHEARSAL The choir of St. Mary's Greek Rite Catholic church, will hold its regular rehearsal meeting tonight at 7:30 o'clock in the church auditorium. ON HOSPITAL STAFF First Lieutenant Gene J. Triano, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Triano, of 604 Arthur street, has been assigned to the staff of the Fort Jay, N. Y., Army Hospital as chief of radiology. His last assignment was in Trieste, Italy. Get a HAZLE CAB at the LEADER STORE OR DIAL GL 40828. S&H Green Stamps. Adv. PREFERRED'S as to $600 i PREFERRED if you want more money 1 -VISIT LOANS a nu th'i afflca ik vrnftmiMi fir t laaa. Till at km ' nick aaa it. Siva a fa fact! cMciniaf ! fiimlf. Coaa la at aataiatmaat. Siaa ant lit tkt caia. Caaiaaiaat. CaaflJaatial. 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