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Monongahela, Pennsylvania
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Wednesday, September 24, 1958
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THE DART KFUSUCAH, MONONGAHBA, PA. THE HSUUD-AMSUCAN, DONOKA, PENNSYLVANIA PAGE FIVE WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1958 4 The Political Trail MONONGAHELA 4 4 DONORA Hospital Notes bttoarg Republicans Democrats United Press International cocais rioh United Press International es Mayor David L. Lawrence of Republican gubernatorial contender Arthur T. McGonigle con Pittsburgh swung into Indiana Local and District Deaths Monongahela Memorial Birth County today after conceding that Charleroi-Monessen September 23, IfSS Admissions The executive board of the tinued his campaigning through eastern and central Pennsylvania counties today with a pledge to he fought "vigorously" to get tele Mrs. Alex Rue of East Monongahela is a patient in McKeesport Hospital, McKeesport where yes Woman's Auxiliary of St. John's! vision channel allocations for his The son of Mr.and Mrs. Charles expose the activities of the state city. terday she underwent major sur Episcopal Church will meet at the home of Mrs. James Wells, 423 Second Street, Monday evening at Weiss of New .Eagle, September Pardons Board. Life'Long Resident Of Courtney Dies The Democratic gubernatorial Mrs. Donald Arrigoni of Belle gery. Members of the family re Vernon. 23, at 6:52 p.m. Admissions contender said Tuesday night in a statement issued through his' The Reading manufacturer told port her condition as being 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Joseph Cocchiara of North a meeting in Philadelphia Tues isfactory." Mrs. Rue is in Room Robert Weightman of 109 Cast- office that be once urged mem Charleroi. day that within two weeks "I will 515, Fifth Floor, at the Hospital. ner Avenue, Donora. bers of the Federal Communica Mrs. Bessie Jane Powell, 66, Albert Crosby of West Newton, St. Joseph's Polish Citizens have a lot to say about the Par Mrs. Aelred Burgoyne of Mo tions Commission to act speedily wife of William Powell of Court Monongahela Valley Lodge, 461, F. tc A.M., Knights Templer of Brownsville, Lodge of Perfection of Uniontown, and Syria Temple of the Shrine, Pittsburgh. He way also a member of the California, Hungry Club. iiq Surviving are bis wife, Mrs. Mary Linhart; a son, Lee Linhart of Elkins, W. Va.; a grahdl son, William Linhart, also of EE-' ins; two brothers, Dr. Orrin Lin hart of Jeannette, and Lawrenctf Linhart of Greensburg, and a sis-ter. Mrs. W. R. McFarland of Greensburg. MRS. THEODORE J. GASKELL- Mrs. Marjorie C. GaskelL Monongahela, R. D. 2, died at 2:15 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 23, 1953, in Shadyside Hospital, Pittsburgh; She was born Oct. 24, 1918, in Wilkinsburg, a daughter of Mm and Mrs. C. A. Clark and was a member of First Methodist Church of Charleroi, and Charle roi hapter No. liS, Order of the Eastern Star. Surviving are her husband, Theodore J. Gaskell; a son, Theodore J., Jr., and a daughter, Nancy Jane, both at home; her mother and father, Mr. and Mrs. Antonio B. Deleddo of Mones dons will amaze you." nongahela, R. D. 1. sen. The Altar and Rosary Society Beneficial Society, Group 561 Polish National Alliance, will hold their regular monthly meeting on decisions on TV allocations. He said he acted in his capacity ney, died Tuesday, September 23, at 9:02 p.m. in Monongahela Me And in a talk before Dauphin Pamela Matsick, 6. daughter of i Bartola Dust of Donora. of St Anthony's R. C. Church will County Young Republicans in Thomas Matsick of 1020 Marelda as mayor and he took the action " " Charles D. Berkhouse of Belle next Saturday, Sept. 27, at 7 p. J 7;" 7k SZ; T wlHarrisburg Tuesday night, Mc- meet in regular ression tomorrow, September 25, at 8:00 p.m. at the Avenue. Donora. Vernon. r . iGonigle termed "ridiculous out Jesse Manning of General De m. at St. Joseph's Hall, 224 Thompson Ave. All members are only one very high frequency Mrs. John B. Carly of Char Church. The rosary will be recit charges by Democrats that GOP livery, Monongahela. let. morial Hospital where she had been a patient since last Friday. A daughter of the late Peter and Agnes Aitken McWee, she was born in Courtney October 9, 1891, and had lived there all her life. She was a member of Mingo leroi. ed for the late Rose D'Altorio cordially requested to attend. candidates were "smearing" Gov Misc Lois Sampson of 1231 As the record clearly shows," prior to the session, the presi George M. Leader on the per Mrs. Joseph Patti of Charleroi. Mrs. Carl Joseph Leinberg- Lawrence said, "I appeared be dent, Mrs. John Gerboc. announced today. Social chairman, fore the committees of Congress. formance of the Pardons Board. "Criminals should not be liber The regular meeting of the St. er of Monessen. As a matter of fact, I believe I Doniinic Parent - Teacher Guild Mrs. John Earl Husher of Mon was the first one to advocate ac ated until they are rehabilitated," he said. "Today your state is in will be held Sunday, Sept. 28, at Thomas Street, Monongahela. Wilbert Jones of Canonsburg. Mrs. Joseph Scagline of Monongahela, R. D. 1. Discharged Mrs. Joseph Mochnaly and son of Webster. Mrs. Francis Baker of Mones Mrs. John Vecho, will the Mes-dames Anita DePalma, Pete Do-nina, Assunta Fidanzato, Anton essen. tion to get Channel 4 located in Miss Dorothy R. Ritchie of jeopardy with many criminals 3 p.m. The Vincentiaa Sisters will be guests. The luncheon commit Presbyterian Church and other Church societies and the Ginger Hill Grange. Surviving with her husband are two brothers, Hugh and Harry McWree, both of Courtney; three the Irwin, Pennsylvania, area." Donora. io Fidanzato, Anna Ferrando, free on parole. I pledge to restore The mayor's statement follow tee is headed by Alberta Nosal, integrity to the Board of Pardons, Mrs. Theodore Vogel of Donora. Dennis L. Kreuter of Fayette Patsy Fidanzato, Mike Ferrari, Pete Gaidos and Pete Gaidos, Jr., s aides. If I'm elected, I'll haunt these sen. ed a dispatch from Washington that House influence investigators were looking into "rumors" that sisters, Mrs. Agnes Barclay of City. criminals for four years. I'm not Mrs. Louis Sepe of Mononga a bit afraid of them. It's time we Mrs. John Small of Donora. Harold Roberts of Elco. a former FCC chairman solicited C. A. Clark of Wilkinsburg, and-a Courtney, Mrs. Joseph Webster of Medford, Oregon, and Mrs. Frank Whitfield of Monongahela, R. D. assisted by Clara Moravec, Lillian Hornak, Margaret Simon, Barbara Koskoski, Catherine Dzyak, Mary Mayernik, Ann J. Bagay, Ann Hardin, Bernice Simonik, Margaret Bludis, Agnes Petru-cha, and Mrs. Ann Kusmirak, Betty Zomber, and Margaret Zu- hela. Death Mrs. William (Bessie) Powell have good government not padded payrolls, poor highways and bribes ranging from $50,000 to $200,000 in a Pittsburgh TV chan sister, Barbara Louise, wife' 'Of Robert Hayford of Idaho Falls, Births The Reverend Walter A. Coleman, pastor of Bethel A.M.E. Church, left town today for Washington, Pa., where he is attend the release of dangerous crim The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Idaho. .-t 67, of Courtney; admitted September 19, died September 23 at inals." nel case. Committee members were told, however, that one of Dr. J. C. Kelso Michael Choratch of Donora, 9:02 p.m. McGonigle then swung into Lan September 22, at 10:10 p.m. ing sessions of the Pittsburgh An bnck. the sources of the rumors had been accused himself by the FCC The daughter of Dr. and Mrs. caster County and in a talk at Passes Away CANONSBURG, Pa. (UPI) Ephrata charged that the state Eugene F. O'Leary of Monessen, nual Conference of A. M. E. Churches (September 24-28). Mr. Coleman has completed a successful! two-year pr storate in the The Carroll Township Fire Fish Commission has "let down" September 22, at 5:12 a.m. official in the question of offering bribes. Tourists "Big Business" The Pittsburgh mayor told an Services will be held here Thurs Auxiliary will have a products thousands of fishermen. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Federal Grand Jury Studies (Continued from Page One) day for Dr. John Calvin Kelso, demonstration at the Fire Hall "The state Fish Commission William T. Sirofchuck of Mones local Church. termer president of the Washing needs jacking up and I assure sen, September 22, at 6:25 a.m. tomorrow evening. Members will take favorite covered dishes and audience attending the annual Somerset County Democratic din ton County Medical Society, who The son of Mr. and Mrs. Nor you that as governor I will see Debbie Neidermeyer, 3, daugh died after a month-long illness. dinner will be served tureen style former official would be welcome that vision and efficiency are in man Monack of Belle Vernon, Sep. ner Tuesday night that tourists were "big business" in Pennsyl Dr. Kelso, who was, 82, had ter of Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Nei jected into its activities," he said. at 6:30 p.m. Members may in tember 22, at 2:38 p.m. The son of Mr. and Mrs. Gecrce if he wished to appear again Based On "Rumors" practiced here from 190f until his vite guests to this affair. The vania and provide hundreds of "Fishing is "more than a great dermeyer of 706 Miles Street, underwent surgery yesterday in death last Monday. He was the Stewart of Belle Vernon, Septeifc- sport. It is also important in its committee in charge includes Mrs. Volk, Mrs. James Nye and son of the late Reverend and Mrs, economic aspects. It is important A staff investigator told the subcommittee responsible "principals" in the Pittsburgh case told ber 22, at 3:14 p.m. Children's Hospital, Pittsburgh, She is in Room 516, Fifth Floor. James L. Kelso of McKeesport. Mrs. William Pikor. as an attraction for tourists. The son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph He is survived by his widow, The little girl's condition today Word is going around now that him of "rumors" that an uniden M. Zavalydriga Jr. of California, September 22, at 3:56 p.m. WILLIAM ANDREW KESMAN William Andrew Kesman, 32, of Charleroi, R. D. 1, Fallowfiela1 Township, died Tuesday, September 23, 1958. Mr. Kesman was born May 18, 1926, in Fallowfield Township, "a son of Mary Kuzella Kesman and the late John Kesman. Surviving besides his mother are three brothers, John of Mari-anna, Joseph and Frank, at home; four sisters, Mrs. Mary Ceci of Fallowfield Township, Anna Kesman of Cleveland, Ohio, Mrs. Frank Tesnar of Monongahela, and Mrs. Nick Shemiloff of Charleroi, R. D. NEW YORK (UPI) - Thomas R. Weymouth, 82, developer of the "Weymouth formula" for determining the flow of gas through a pipeline, died Tuesday. HAMDEN, Conn. (UPI)-Harri-son Fuller, 66, president of ffie Manufacturers Association of Connecticut, died Monday. Mrs. Rosetta Harman Kelso, and points to an early recovery. thousands of dollars in revenue for merchants, hotels and motels, restaurants and amusement facilities. "The more people who come to Pennsylvania, who see its cities, and its countryside, who meet its people, and fully understand its many advantages the more re tified FCC chairman solicited bribes ranging from $50,000 to Mr. and Mrs. John Vasco and The son of Mr. and Mrs. Don a son, James Jr., Erie. Interment will be in Oak Springs Cemetery. the Lawrence - Leader gang is planning to boost the fishing U-cense fee from the current $3.25 to $5. Well, my fishing friends, I $200,000 for his vote. ald Armstrong of Charleroi, September 22, at 5:55 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. George MacDon- family visited Sunday with Mrs. D. L. Currier of Belfonte, Pa. Mrs. Currier is a former resident aid of Danville, HI., were guests GRACE H. DAUCHERTY assure you that much very much can be done to improve your over Saturday night at the home The investigator also said the same FCC chairman told him, the investigator, that an applicant in the case offered a bribe for the of Donora. WAYNESBURG, Pa. (UPI) - ceptive they will be to locate of Mr. and Mrs. Franklin A. Mrs. Grace H. Daugherty, 78, Discharged Steve Dubinsky of Charleroi. Mrs. Theodore Jurik of Donora. Ralph A. Bailey of Charleroi. Miss Sandra Jean Walker of chances of catching more and plants in this state and to expand Stephens in Valley Inn. Sunday existing businesses which are al chairman's vote. The Trailblazers Council of the morning they went on to New prominent in club and church work in Waynesburg and in Pittsburgh, died in her' home here better fish without hitting you with a license fee boost." Andrew J. Gleason, Johnstown ready here," he said. "The most New Jersey to visit with their Smithton. important single need in Pennsyl First Methodist Church will meet at the home of Miss Doris Rabe, 803 Thompson Ave. Thursday eve daughter and family. Tuesday night. , attorney and McGonigle's running Mrs. Rupert Marshall of Mon- The investigator added that if the chairman had been offered a bribe, he apparently "committed perjury" in failing to reveal it when he testified previously be vania is to build its economy more securely and more solidly Services for Mrs. Daugherty, the essen. ning at 8 p.m. i widow of Pittsburgh attorney Nor than ever before." Bert O. Lowery of Belle Ver val Daugherty, will be held here Meanwhile, Democratic State non. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Yano- mate for secretary of internal affairs, centered his attack on Joseph M. McDonough, president of the Pennsylvania Federation of Labor, terming the labor leader a "phoney." fore the subcommittee. The investigator said the uni Chairman Joseph M. Barr Mrs. Paul A. Snyder of Mones scik, formerly of Donora, and Friday. DR. ADDISON LINHART charged Republicans were main sen. now employed with the U.S. Gov Mrs. Kenneth Copeland, local teacher of Music, will present her piano students in recital Saturday afternoon at two o'clock, at the First Baptist Church. The pupils are from this city and surrounding districts. The public is invited. taining a "deliberate silence" on Gene Raymond Lee of Monon dentified senator and mayor made behind-the-scenes contacts with FCC members regarding the ernment N.A.S.A. missile project so-called right-to-work laws "in a gahela. in Cleveland, Ohio, visited over the week end with the Anly Yano- Gleason said McDonough had questioned labor endorsements which Gleason said he had re sly effort to grab votes." Frank J. Sandorey of Monon NOKOMIS. Fla. (UPD-Funeral serivces will be held here Thursday for Francis A. Gribbon, 83, Pittsburgh Channel Four case Considered Previously Dr. Addison B. Linhart, 77, of 215 Fifth Street, California, died at 12:30 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 23, 1958, in Washington Hospital as a result of a heart attack he suf gahela. "The Democratic Party of sciks of Fisher Heights. ceived. Gaston Lechien of Charleroi, Pennsylvania has denounced this a pioneer Western Union tele mis-named right-to-work legisla Fayette City. "Mr. McDonough knows, or Harris told newsmen the subcommittee has withheld names in its new investigation to prevent Mrs. Ignatius Hokaj of 510 First grapher who died last Friday. "Grib," as he was known to fered about two weeks ago. tion in clear and unmistakable Mrs. Mary E. Schilling of Pitts Ginger Hill Grange, No. 1549, should know, that the Building Trades Council, composed of; St., is a patient in Monongahela Memorial Hospital where she is burgh. unjustly injuring anyone. United Press staffers who knew him, was manager - supervisor has planned a "Jamboree" for Saturday, September 27. to start He was born Jan. 12, 1881, in Westmoreland County, a son of James and Caroline Linhart, and Martin J. Cook of Monessen terms," Barr said. "It is a fraud being promoted by the union busters and slavishly supported by recuperating after undergoing Mrs. Raymond S. Fisher of at 5:00 p.m., at the Grange Hall. for Western Union in the United Press offices in New York from Charleroi. unions engaged in building construction, endorsed my candidacy," Gleason said. "This council consists of building trades unions of Cambria, Indiana and Somer the right-wing of the Republican Asked how anyone was protected when other facts in the testimony clearly identified some of them, Harris said the subcommittee was trying to be fair and had been a practicing dentist in California for 50 years. There, will be a chicken barbecue supper served by women of the Mrs. Frank A. Dewar of Char the time the news service was surgery last Friday morning. Martha Radic and Mae Ruey will be co-chairmen of the benefit Party. The so-called right-to-work Dr. Linhart was a member of leroi. founded in 1907 until his retire Grange. Mrs. Jonn Kirshner, law is neither right nor workable." California Methodist Church, ment in 1939. , set counties. chairman of the Home Econom also must be "exceedingly careful" because the Justice Department was interested in the case. ics Committee, and Mrs. Linn Williams, chairman of the Social Sabrejets Shoot Down 11 Migs Committee, will be in charge, pirohe sale to be held by St. Mary's Altar Society of St. Nicholas Russian Orthodox Church on Friday from 11 a.m. to 6 p. m. Donorans, Betty Damiani, Mary Toth and Mary Culyba left last Wake up A grand jury has been looking into FCC matters since earlier this year. The jury was reported to have considered the Pittsburgh The charcoal pit will be located outside the Hall, and Howard (Continued from Page One) 394 Stale Flood Control Projects Costing $21,500,000 Completed In Last Four Years Marcase will be in charge of its operation. A display of garden titudes, lured the Nationalist raaay evening py plane tor a planes toward the mainland. Then week's vacation in Florida. produce, baked goods, needlework and canned goods will be Wonderful! I the Soviet-built Mig-17s boxed the case previously. However, an investigator told the subcommittee the grand jury's proceedings have "been static for about the past two months." Nationalists in on three sides, auctioned after the dinner. Vari The regular meeting of the American Legion Ernest E. Jobes leaving an escape exit open only ous games will be staged for en towards the mainland, HARRISBURG (LTD A total tertainment of those who attend. The Nationalists' Sabreiet pilots of 394 state flood control projects trol projects costing $281,266 com- Post No. 212 will be held tomorrow evening at 8 p.m. District officers will be present for the in William Bradshaw and His Orchestra will furnish music for round Funeral Notices IFOR THE SOUNDEST SLEEP slugged their way out of the Communist trap in a battle that costing more than $21,500,000 have been completed in Pennsylvania pleted, eight others are on the planning boards at a cost of $12,- and square dancing. The public stallation ceremonies, and re matched some of the great en during the last four years. is invited to attend by Robert P, freshments will be served. 988,404, while five others are under contract. Juniata River Project VanVoorhis, Master of Ginger gagements of the Korean War when American pilots flying F-86 IANY MATTRESS CAN GIVE YOU The state Forests and Waters Department said a stepped - up Hill Grange. The Band Parents will have their first meeting for the year Sabrejets scored a 13 to 1 ratio program financed by the Emer The department said the more important permanent projects now over Communist Mig-15s. gency Flood Control Act of 1955 Monday evening at 8 p.m. at the RINCHETTI. . .Giacinta Rinchet-ti, 74, Dearborn, Mich., formerly of Courtney, in Dearborn, Sunday, Sept. 21, 1958 8 p.m. Friends received at D'Altorio Funeral Home 509 W. Main St., Monongahela, after 6:00 p.-m. Tuesday. Blessing service there Thursday, September 25, at 9:00 a.m., Requiem mass at 9:30 in St. Anthony's R. C. The spokesman said the planes in final stages of design are the resulted in construction of 311 Donora Senior High School. All fought over an area stretching $634,000 Everett project 'on the UN Shelves Red Chinese emergency projects costing $11,- IMJTYKEST from Swatow in the south to Lu- Raystown Branch of the Juniata 326,765. chao in tte north, a distance of River in Bedford County, and the The "non-disaster" flood control more tharK150 miles that was cov $893,000 "Huntingdon projects" on programs also was accelerated by ered in only a few minutes of the Resolution legislation in 1955. The law per has rfie PROOF the Little Juniata River in Huntingdon and Smithfield townships, band members' parents are urged to attend to plan aid for the band and elect officers for the year. Betty Jean McWilliams and George (Sandy) Wall performed at Vanderbilt School last night, the two presented in two dance-routines on the entertainment program of the Vanderbilt Parent- brief but furious battle. Same As Korea Church, Rev. Joseph L. Abbate, pastor, celebrant. Burial Monongahela Cemetery. mitted the department to use Another major project under money derived from leasing oil UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. (UPI) contract is the Glendale Dam in and gas reserves beneath state Diplomats predicted today the General I, Nationalist air force intelligence director, was asked how the 32 Sabrejets could take Cambria County, at an estimated cost of $1,474,697. united Nations will launch a new China debate next month unless forests for "conservation, recreation, dams and flood control." Under the "non-disaster" cate . on the supposedly superior Mig- The department also has been Teachers' Association. current U.S.-Communist talks in 17s in combat and defeat them so gory, 83 projects costing $10,280, engaged in restoration of historic Delaware Canal as a recreational Warsaw show some quick sign of ROSS. . .Philip Ross, 48, 137 Chess St., Monongahela, in Washington Hospital September 22, 1958, at 4:45 a.m. Friends received at Campana Funeral Home, 216 Chess St., Monongahela. Prayers there Thursday at 10:00 a.m.; Re-i 598 were built during the four- success, thoroughly. He referred newsmen to the record of American airmen in Korea when superior training area by repairing flood damages year period. Democrats Outnumber The Communists already have at a cost of $335,000 so far. written off the Warsaw talks as was credited with the victory, The emergency 1955 legislation followed in the wake of the dis- . The Nationalists had downed "mere empty words," making sig ouiem mass at St. Anthony's asterous floods which accompan The most expensive projects being undertaken by the state are located in the Pocono Mountain region, where Hurricane Diane's only 17 Mig jets in the months of nificant results unlikely, GOP By 34,830 R. C. Church, Monongahela, aor;ai Mas ,, The General Assembly disposed ied Hurricane Diane, killing 100 Pennsylvanians and causing 100 at 10:30, Rev. Joseph L Ab-lStrait since the communist high of the first phase of the "grand The Democrats are far in the toll was the greatest. bate, pastor, celebrant million dollars damage. It pro debate" on China Tuesday when command rushed hundreds of jet One project, costing $2,776,563 vided a one-cent cigarette tax to Monongahela Cemetery. majority in Washington County according to figures released fighters and bombers to the coast- it agreed to shelve for the dura tion of the cuyent session propos finance the flood control program u,, , . t al airports opposite Formosa in Tuesday by Chief Registrar Here's what the extra penny nmLi . .mis. jMeuia uane oiunei iiv anfj A,lcr,,ct als to oust the Chinese National Charles Hughes. Wall, 37, wife of Isaac Wall of per pack has resulted in so far: ists or seat the Chinese Commu First reports of today's battle The Registrar said that total nists. said four Mies were shot down Many Projects Completed A total of 197 channel rectifica registration in the county is now and now in the final design stage, will involve dredging and construction of levees and a pumping station at Brodhead and Mc-Michael's creeks in Stroudsburg. The other involves dredging, lining banks with concrete and building a debris basin along the Lackawanna River and Roaring Creek in Scranton. Part of the The final vote to adopt the rec 101,433. It was 102,533 a year ago. Then more pilots reported and the number of claims increased. When Monongahela, R. D. 3, at Mercy Hospital, Pittsburgh, Sep-tfpber 22, 1958. Friends received at John D. Cox Funeral Home, Elizabeth. Services there tion projects costing $630,144 com ommendation of the Steering Com 5 ;s pleted with 38 others costing $192, Of this number there are 67,927 Democrats and 33,097 Republi gun camera film confirmed the mittee, which had approved a U.S proposal to shelve the representa 768 either in the planning stages large number of kills the Nation cans, a majority of 34,830. Last or under construction. alist Defense Ministry proclaimed tion issue, was 44-28 with 9 ab Thursday, Sept. 25, at 1:30 p.m, in charge Rev. Robert K. Shaf year the Democrat majority was A total of 39 emergency de stentions. Last year's vote on a Scranton project is under contract 34,477. a glorious victory. Hospital Hit similar proposal was 48-27 with 6 bris removal projects completed at a cost of $1,070,963 while four fer, pastor Round Hill Presbyterian Church. Burial Round Hill Cemetery, while the rest is in the final design stage. The estimated cost is abstentions, others costing $28,428 are under While the planes battled through the skies Communist artillery kept up a half hearted bombardment Theassembly immediately $1,464,600. way or proposed. Miscellaneous registration numbering 409 represent the difference between the combined Republican and Democratic registration and the total registration in the county. swung back into itsannual policy Three permanent projects of the Quemoys. WRIGHT. . .Glenn W. Wright, 61, at home,, Keenans Hill. New debate, which had been interrupt South's First costing $143,053 completed and 15 United Press International cor- ed for two days of hot debate on more being built or in the design Eagle, September 22, 1958 a respondent Charles Smith re- the China question. Private School stage at an estimated cost of Over a period of 11 years, people like you went to sleep in the laboratory sleep rooms of the United States Testing Co. Electronic equipment recorded their brain waves . heart beats. All leading mattresses were " rotated through the rooms. The conclusion, supported by J 60,000,000 recordings, Beautyrest gave deeper sleep than any other mattress. The unique Beautyrest com-y fort construction is the reason. Come in and order this famous Simmons mattress todayl 7950 Box Spring $79.50 J The Smart Living Way J In Small Convenient Payments . ' 711 Indian Defense Minister V. K ported from Quemoy the Red siege guns damaged Quemoy's $8,341,214. Krishna Menon and Soviet For (Continued from Page One) "Channel rectification" Involves three-story hospital Tuesday and classes or not. Parents paid dredging, widening or Improving stream alignments by easing eign Minister Andrei Gromyko led a determined effort to force a full-dress debate on the question of 8:30 p.m. Friends received at Bebout & Yohe Company Funeral Home, 300 2nd. St., Monongahela. Services in Chapel there Thursday, September 25, at 2:00 p.m. in charge Rev. Josiah Osmond, First Methodist Church pastor. Burial Monongahela Cemetery. fee of $3 per pupil attending the private classes, most of it for in sharp curves or by complete re Hula Hoopt For Kids, Not For Adults, Says Chiropractic Socitty PHILADELPHIA (UPI) - Hula hoops are for the kids, not for adults. They're a pain In the back for the grown ups. . .according to Chinas seat. locations. surance on the makeshift class carly today. Capt. Kuo Chin, hospital surgeon, said a shell fragment hit and slightly wounded a nurse. Most of the patients have been moved to underground concrete wards since the hospital received Britain, France. 10 memberj of Debris removal" is limited In rooms. Sponsors said the school program and curriculum were the Afro-Asian bloc, all 20 Latin American nations and 8 Western scope, dealing primarily with re arranged to meet the accredita moving or destroying notable ma. European nations voted with the POWELL. . .Mrs. Bessie Jane Powell, 6fi, wife of W 1 1 1 1 a m tion standards of the State Board terlal blocking streams. "Perma 12 direct shell hits early in Sep- United States. Thirteen Afro-Asi 3 of Education. nent" projects are designed to Powell, Courtney, at Mononga- tember. ans, the nine-vote Soviet bloc. Dr. John K. Eckendorf, president of the Pennsylvania Chiropractic The second private school protect against floods of specific Yugoslavia and five West Euro hela Memorial Hospital, Sept. liilh also reported a second 23, 1958, at 9:02 p.m. Friends American casualty on Ouemov. group, known as the Charlottes intensity over a long period of recurring floods. peans voted against the American proposal. received at Bebout & Yohe Co. ville Education Foundation, has signed up almost 200 Venable Accmplishments under the The latest was Lt. Charles Beres-ford. 33, whose wife, Aideen, lives at 375 Cedar Ave., Long Branch Voting against the American po Society. Eckendorf looked the hoop fad squarely in the twirl as he reported for 700 chiropractors across the state. The kids have the bodies to pupils for similar classes in an non-disaster" category include: A total of 41 stream clear sition from Western Europe were unoccupied home beginning Funeral Home, 300 2nd. St., Monongahela. Services in Chapel there Friday, Sept. 26, at 2 p.m., with Rev. Fred Bennett, Mingo Presbyterian Church pastor, in charge. Burial Mingo Cemetery, i N.J. Beresford, a Signal Corps photographic officer, received a crushed leg in an unloading accl- ance projects costing $199,336 completed, with 18 others costing Denmark, Finland, Ireland, Norway and Sweden. Four other Europeans-Austria, Greece, Ice- There was still no school for make the gyrations. Eckendorf W8.120 either in the works or the 1,000 students at Lane, the dent and was flown back to For-land and Portugal - four' Afro. said, but as far as the grown-ups are concerned, they end up with S67 McKean Donora Phone FR 9-8000 jj town's only white secondary planned. Three permanent flood con Asians and Israel abstained. , school. backaches.

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