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15 THE PLAIN SPEAKER, Harieton, Pa., Friday, Nov. 11, 1960 Freeland And North Side Joe Falatko. Correspondent 126 Fern Street, Freeland Pnone 1431 Leave news Items at Seitzinger's Drug Store, Woodie's Restanrant, Breiina and Myers Bowling Academy or Nicky Nocchi's Store Tonight's Bowling Eagles League bowling matches today at 8 p. m. at the Freeland YMCA are as follows: Amon's vs. Mattavi Bros., Masley's vs. Schaefer's. Industrial League matches at St. Michael's at 6:45 p. m. are as follows: Benyo's vs. State Police and St. Michael's vs. Griffith's. Birthdays Birthday anniversaries were celebrated this week by: Mrs. Gertrude Deitrich, North Ridge street, who is in charge of the kitchen at Woodie's. Philip Burns, Centre street, retired Freeland Post Office clerk. Mrs. Matthew Drogowski, North Centre street, wife of the local doctor. Dr. L. P. Trevaskis, Main street, retired Freeland dentist. Patch Road Workmen of the Deren firm this week applied hot patch material to a section of the Freeland-High-land road in Foster Township which was becoming damaged. The repaired section is near the entrance to Highland Heights. APARTMENT FOR RENT Immediate Occupancy. 5 rooms, bath, semi-furnished, elec. stove, refrig., beat, electricity, water furnished. Call at 427 Cedar St., or Ph. Freeland 1307 between 4 and 6:30 p.m., or Sat. morning. FREE DELIVERY NORTH SIDE PIZZERIA OPEN DAILY 4 11 FRIDAY 11 11 . Telephone 933 CHERONE'S SURF CLUB SPECIAL CLAMS 4 doz. $1.00 We are accepting reservations for Christmas parties. THELMA'S BEAUTY SHOP 603 Sooth St., Freeland Phone 1755 or GL 4-7182 SPECIAL Oil PERMS . Thelma Gallagher, Prop. PITZA PIE 75c Served Daily. Eat Here or Take Out. . . . for that TV Snack, Party, or when yon are just relaxing, call for HOMr DELIVERY of Pitza, Hamburgers, Hot Dogs, Barbecues, Hoagies . . . Sundaes, Banana Splits, Milk Shakes. BALAS DRIVE-HI E. South St. Freeland Phone 1503 TRIM, MODERN CONSOLE STYLING World's Tr CAMBRIDGE - II ' 4 Alt4 x '- ' tll-'A 1 1 i - u Deluxe- styling in contemporary con- CO 1ft ftC Sole. In ersined Wlnut enlnr. crrainarf Uil I 71 .M 3 Mahogany color or color. - JOHN H. STUNZ 7V & Electric Appliances 27 Centra Street, Freeland SAVE! We Give frtf Green Stamps ) Band To Washington? j ! St. Ann's Band of Freeland is being mentioned strongly as one of 'the musical units that will participate in the inauguration ceremonies Jin Washington, D. C, on January 20, when President-elect John F. 'Kennedy takes office. Nothing is definite on the band's appearance in the nation's capital for those festivities, and band members declined to comment, but sources state that the likelihood of the band appearing is "more than just a straw in the wind.' Lending credence to the report, is the fact that the band did play some 50 years ago in Boston for the new president's grandfather. Mayor Fitzgerald of Boston, and the band also played when Kennedy appeared in Hazleton during the recent campaign. St. Ann's Band also is a fixture in United Mine Workers of America ranks, and it is through this source that the band's prominent position is being brought to the attention of those who are laying preliminary plans for the inauguration activities. Birthday Stephen A. Gabuzda, North Centre street, is celebrating his birthday anniversary today. Genetti's Super Market Open 'Til 9 P. M. Every Thursday and Friday Ad? GS Troop Bake Sale Girl- Scout Troop 50 of Free land made final arrangements for a bake sale to be held Saturday, November 19. The sale will begin at 9:30 a. m. in the Bond Cleaner store, Centre street. The girls are conducting the sale to raise money to buy a troop flag and flag accessories. I Plans also were started for the investiture ceremony to be held Friday, November 25, in the Free-land YMCA. Six girls will be invested as girl scouts at the time. Mrs. Samuel C. Budge is the troop leader. Repair Road Berms State workers and equipment yesterday began work on berms and road shoulders between Jeddo and Drifton, on Route 940. The edge of the highway disrupted by the gas tins installation some months ago also is being repaired on the North Side. The state said some time ago that this is the prelude to painting white lines. 3-track alum, storm windows, $12.50; alum: storm doors, $35 Get yours now. BONOMO'S HARDWARE Adr Kiddie 'Matinee Saturday! Open 1 P.M. Adm. 25c "Last Days of Pompeii" Cartoon REFO WICH TONITE OPEN 6:30 REFOW1CH Feature Shown 7:15 9:10 SAT. & SUN. EVENING BURT LANCASTER "ELMER GANTRY" Finest Performing TV overall meat. 282 sq. in. of rectangular viewing area. Model F2735 grained Blond Oak rrWU HANDCRAFTED QUALITY Fewer service headache, greater operating dependability with Handcrafted Quality. All chassis connections nandwired and carefully handsol-dered. Ho production shortcuts! "Discipline' Is DevotionsTopic The monthly meeting of the Women's Guild of. the St. John Reformed United Church of Christ was held this week, with devotions based on the subject: "Commitment To the Disciplined Life." Mrs. L. Corazza was in charge rf devotions. Mrs. Corazza pointed out that, having studied several elements which enter into the rule of life which a disciplined Christian must follow, there comes the time when there is an earnest call given to enter upon a personal commitment to the disciplined life. The Program, coming toward the end of the series of devotions, issued this call. The business meeting was in charge of Mrs. John Stunz, presi dent. A report on new officers for 1961 was issued by the nominating committee. Plans also were completed for the Christmas party to be held on the next meeting night, December 13. A buffet lunch will' be served at 6 p. m. and a program will be presented and gifts will be exchanged. Genetti's Super Market Open 'Til 9 P. M. Every Thursday and Friday AS? Atty.Feldmann Guild Speaker Atty. Louis G. Feldmann of Hazleton will be the main speaker on the program that will follow the monthly business meeting of St. Ann's School Guild Sunday night The business meeting will start at 7:30 p. m. in StrAnn's school auditorium, Atty. Feldmann is expected to speak at approximately 8:30 p. m. His topic will be: "The Equestrian Order of Knights of the Holy Sepulcher of Jerusalem." Atty. Feldmann and his wife were among dignitaries of the Scranton Diocese recently invested into the order by Cardinal Spellman in St. Patrick's Cathedral, New York City, St. Ann's Guild officers expect a large turnout of members at the meeting and interesting program and they invited the public to hear Atty.Feldmann's talk. Mrs. John McGarey is the pro gram chairman. Robert Glennon, St. Ann's Guild president who was installed with other new officers recently, will preside at his first business session of the new year. Holy Name Communion The Holy Name Society of St. John's R. C. Church will receive Holy Communion in a body at the 9 a. m. mass Sunday in St. John's. HALLMARK Boxed Cards for Christmas. Traditionals, religious, snow scenes, children's cards. Cello-Packs, 10 for 29c. SEITZINGER'S Adr. Home From Hospital Mike Fogash, who was a patient in the Veterans Administration Hospital, Wilkes-Barre, for the past several weeks, was discharged and returned to his home. Vets Home Meeting A meeting of the home association of the Freeland Post 5010, Veterans of Foreign Wars, will be held Sunday at 2 p. m. in the post home. Choir Practice St. Mary's Choir will practice today at 7:30 p. m. The rehearsal will be followed by the monthly meeting. Choir, officers said the choir will sing at the 10 a. m. mass Sunday in St. Mary's. Band Practice St. Ann's Band will have a practice session Sunday afternoon at 2 p. m., officers announced. See Bear Creek Dam Many local persons think of the almost-completed Bear Creek Dam as being a great distance from Freeland. and it is, but it is sur- NEW LOW PRICE SALE-DOUBLE HOUSE 216-218 Adams Street CallM.J.O'Donnell.164 Pot-Luck Supper by St. Mary's Parish SCHOOL AUDITORIUM FERN ST. Saturday, November 12 serving 4-8 P. M. A vairety of dishes prepared by parishioners.' Donation: Adults $1; Children 50c THINK OF YOUR DRUG STORE FIRST Seitzinger's RELIABLE DRUG STORE 608 Centre Street Where Your Prescriptions Are Compounded Accurately and Carefully. HALLMARK Greeting Cards WHITMAN'S Candies Negroes Expectant Of 1 New Administration ATLANTIC, CITY, N.J. (AP-Negro citizens will expect the new Democratic administration to live up to its platform and work for civil rights, the executive director of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored Peonle said Thursday. Rov kins told a group meeting at the -- I New Jersey Education Associa tion's annual convention "the very first item" on the legislative agenda must be an effort to pass ian antinnbuster rule in the Sen ate. Three Children Killed In Fire PHILADELPHIA (AP) A fire which investigators said was touched off by a four-year-old boy playing with matches swept a home Thursday night killing three children. Deputy Fire Chief Joseph Cody said John Mullins lighted a newspaper which touched off the blaze. Cody said John died in an apparent attempt to rescue his two younger sisters, Sharon, 18 months, and Deborah, 6 months, who were killed as they lay sleeping. Another Mullins child, Patricia, 8, led two other sisters, Marie, 5, and Michele, 3, down a staircase to safety. A neighbor, Archie Smith, 38, attempted to rescue the children but was driven back by heavy flames. The children's mother, Kathleen Mullins, 24, had left them alone in the house for a few minutes, officials said, while she went to a neighbor's home to report a disruption in her electrical service. All of the victims were Negroes. prising to many to know that the dam can be seen from Freeland. A clear view of the breastwork of the dam itself, and the cleared area around it, can be -seen from several points in the 4th Ward, with possibly the foot of Burton street offer ing the best view. The Northeast Turnpike exchange at White Haven also is clearly visi ble from a number of points in Freeland, especially from the Free- land dump section. Also visible from Freeland, esJ pecially at night, are the television and radio towers atop Penobscot Summit near Wilkes-Barxe. Genetti's Super Market Open 'Til 9 P. M. Every Thursday and Friday Ad Church Activities Chancel group meeting, St. John Reformed United Church of Christ, today, 7:30 p. m.; Confirmation class meeting, Saturday, 11 a. m. Class Instruction, St. Luke's Evangelical Lutheran, today, 4 p. m. St. Mary's Supper A pot-luck supper will be held by St. Mary's G. C. parish Saturday from 4 to 8 p. m. in the school auditorium, Fern street. All dishes are being prepared by parishioners. On Bahamas Trip Mrs. George Evanisko, of Morton, Pa., is on a vacation sea cruise to Nassau in the Bahamas. Mrs. Evanisko, the former Betty Kronick of Highland, is a beauty shop owner in the Philadelphia suburban area. Have Rabbit Success The father-son duo of Wes Mat- chick and Tom Matchick, Jeddo, have been reported as having considerable rabbit success in the early part of the hunting season. Wes had two good hunting dogs, but one was lost last week in the Ebervale area. Choirs To Practice The Senior choir of St. John's R. C. Church will practice today at 7 p. m. Holy Name Male Choir practice will be held at 8 p. m. Alumni Bazaar Nov. 16 St. Ann's High School Alumni Association is completing plans for the annual Thanksgiving party and bazaar to be held Wednesday, November 16, in the high school auditorium. Alumni president, Al Brogan, said last night that several committees are at work making arrangements for the affair, which is expected to attract a large crowd. The event will start at 8 p. m. Some of the features include an; apron booth and home-made cakes and goodies. Refreshments will be served. Nov. 11 Observance Officials of the Freeland Post 473, American Legion, last night issued a statement urging all Freeland and North Side citizens to mark the observance of Veterans Day today. Although the parades and programs and outward observances of the day have to a great degree diminished and in some areas passed away completely, Legion officials emphasized that the real meaning of Veterans Day still can be recalled in simple, observances, in prayers, and in providing example to our neighbors and our children. FREELAND V.F.W. TONIGHT The SWINGMASTERS SUNDAY" The VALIANTS She's Retiring 10 Years Late WEST ORANGE, N. J. (AP)-It'll be 10 years late, but better late than never for California I here 1 cme LwheB Mfo Ruth w.l-,Sprague hits the road Saturday i or auiiuay . Mrs. Sprague, a registered nurse who is "past 65 past, the retiring age," Thursday picked up the Dodge automobile she ordered here in 1950. In February of 1950 she had de cided to retire, buy a car and go to California. ' She bought the car all' right, paid $2,400 for it in 13 monthly payments, but didn't go through with her retirement plan. The car was kept in good con' dition for her by garage mechan ics who took it for a short spin every six months, putting eight miles on the speedometer over the years. "I don't know where I'm going or where I'll stop but I do plan to see the Grand Canyon and avoid the big cities," she said Where will she settle down in California? "I'll choose from three little towns in the San Gabriel Moun tains. Sunland, La Crescenta or the third one, I can't even remem ber its name." Nuremberg Rock Glen Zions Grove Weston Fern Glen Mrs. Joseph Makavage, Correspondent Leave items at Post Office or Bott Market CHURCH NOTES Emmanuel Lutheran Sunday: 9:15 a. m., Church School. 10:30 a. m., The Service. Sacred Heart Church (Weston) Saturday: 4 and 7 p. m., Confessions. Sunday: 7:30 a. m., Mass.' Communion Sunday for the Holy Name Society and fifth and sixth grade children. Rock Glen Church Sunday: 10:15 a. m., Sunday School. Trinity Lutheran (Mt. Grove) Sunday: 9 a. m., The. Service. 10 a. m., Sunday School. E. U. B. Church Sunday: 8:50 a. m.f Worship Service. 9:30 a. m., Sunday School. United Church of Christ Sunday: 8:45 a. m., Sunday School. 9:45 a. m., Worship Service. St. Joseph's Church Sunday: 8:45 a. m., Children's mass and communion. 10:45 a. m., High mass. MARCHETTI'S HARDWARE Vinyl Latex Wall Paint Special $3.98 a gallon Adr. To Undergo Surgery Mrs. Leo Judge Sr., Berkeley Heights, N. J., a .native of Fern Glen, entered the Overlook Hospital, Summit, N. J., today. Fire Co. Meeting Members of the Black Creek Township Fire Company will meet at 7:30 p. m. Monday at the fire house in Fern Glen. Birthdays Today Stephen Heller, Rock Glen; Mary Ellen Palubinsky, Zion Grove; Mrs. Warren Rhodes, Nuremberg; Leopold Lescowitch and Elizabeth Marinock, both of Weston. . 1 Saturday Martin Bishop, Wes ton. Sunday Joseph Chyko, Hazle ton, formerly of Fern Glen, and Kathleen Van Blargen, Fern Glen. Monday Grace S m o y e r. Mountain Grove. Novena Devotions Miraculous Medal Novena De votions will be held at 7 p. m. today at the Sacred Heart Church, Weston, and at 7:30 p. m. at St. Joseph's Church, Nuremberg. Auxiliary Meeting The Ladies Auxiliary of the local fire company will hold its regular meeting at 7:30 p. m. Tuesday at the Community Center. Mrs. Anna Mae Lehr, Home Economist of Bloomsburg will present the address and demon-state decorations for the Thanksgiving and Christmas Seasons. Members can bring a guest. Refreshments will be served. . SHOES REPAIRED Call 4153 or See . . . Archie J. Ulshafer, Weston Arir Wedding Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Jonathon Schlauch, Nuremberg, will celebrate their 21st tomorrow. They have two daughters and a son. Mrs. Schlauch is the former Helen Schow-ansky, Shenandoah. PTA Meeting The North Union Township PTA will hold its annual meeting at 7:30 p. m. Monday at the school auditorium. The topic will be "Discussion 66 ." A film will be shown on "World's Books" bv Mark Baum. The mothers of the fifth graae pupils will serve as the i refreshment committee. To Collect Paper The local Cub Scouts will collect salvage paper and maeazine Saturday at Nuremberg and Ferni McAdoo And South Side Paul L. Curran, Correspondent 520 Eist Blaine Street, McAdoo Dial WA 9-2021 Leave Items at the Standard Drag Store or Candy Kitchen Concert Tickets Available Tickets for the Christmas holiday concert to be presented by the Shamokin deanery of the Ukrainian Catholic parishes on December 11, may be had on the South Side. Fashioners of St. Mary's Ukrainian Catholic Parish and friends desiring tickets can tontact Richard Postupack, 121 West Blaine street. The group, "composed of 75 voices, is under the direction of Prof. Ivan Chomyn. The eoncert will be held in St Michael's auditorium, 45 Second street, Frack-ville, whefe Father Stephen Sulyk, S. T. L., is pastor. Girl Scout Meeting McAdoo Girl Scout Troop No. 14, meeting tonight at 6:30 o'clock in St. Patrick's school hall, North Cleveland street. Dancing instructions, a part of the scout program, will be held at 7:30. . Fenton Margin 5,999 Rep. Ivor D. Fenton, Mahanoy City,- won re-election Tuesday to his 12th term for the 12th Schuylkill-Northumberland Congressional District. He won over Democrat William Deitman, Pottsville, by almost 5,999 carrying the two counties. Schuylkill County gave Fenton 45,138 and Deitman 41,354. Northumberland gave the winning candidate 25,398 and 23,183 for Deitman. Schuylkill County despite a 28,-000 GOP margin in registration, favored Priesdent-elect John F. Kennedv for rjresident by 239 votes out of 87,000 cast. Seniors Plan Play Rehearsals are starting for the McAdoo High School play which will be presented by the twelfth grade students after the holidays. The play, in three acts, is under the direction of Miss Catherine Cossman and Paul Ball, two members of the faculty. School Board Holds Session The board of directors of the McAdoo Borough School District at their meeting last night grant ed permission to the Catholic Youth Organization and McAdoo High Alumni Association Basket ball teams use of the East Sherman street gym for games with one understanding the gym must be properly cleaned and in good order when leaving. The. CYO will have access to the court Saturday afternoons and the alumni Sunday afternoons. Managers will be held responsible to the board for proper condition of the floor and things to be in good order after game time. The H. A. Berkheimer Delin quent Tax Agency, Bangor, sub mitted a check for $50.75 on col lection of delinquent taxes. Following another lengthy discussion regarding what is best to do with the eyesore of the fire destroyed school on South Han cock street, all five directors present at last night's meeting agreed to contact draymen on the cost of hauling dirt, ashes, slate and or any earth to try to fill in the cellar that was until destroyed by a fire five years ago this month on Thanksgiving Eve. a part of the junior high school The board agreed to pay a bill of $3 to the St. Joseph Hospital for treatment given one of the students. The school insurance covered the biggest part of the billr The sinks and drains In the high school laboratory need repairs and the building committee authorized to have a plumber look after the repair work. The athletic committee was authorized to purchase what basketball equipment may be needed for the coming cage season. The committee plans to shop around and compare prices. Communications from: ' Office of the county superintendent of schools approving that the school district homebound teacher be paid for her teaching time with two students Hazleton Public Library planning the observance of Book Week Nov. 13 to 19. Coatesville Hospital School of; Nursing thanking the district for1 the fine hospitality shown two members of the staff when they visited here to tell the McAdoo High School senior class girls about nursing and the other from the county superintendent of schools authorizing the teachers be paid for attending two-day sessions of county institute. Tax Collector Stanley J. Brudish submitted a check for $1,671.00 on collection of real estate and per capita taxes. The H. A. Berkheimer Associates for delinquent tax collections, $163.50. The following bills were read and approved to be paid when funds permit: General: Hazleton Coal Co.. $34.00; Tam- blyn Co., $35.11: McAdoo Lum ber Co.. $4.68; North Sales Co., $13.80; Bell Teleohone Co., $36.45; Honey Brook Water Co., $18.87: Wash Novy Auto Repair, $9.10 and Penna. Power and Light Co., $99.01. Activity Fund: McAdoo Lumber Co., $36.00; Corner Pure Food store $20.71; Dooley Sales, $72.00; Motor Trans portation Co., Inc., $40.00; Espos jito, $61.25; and Potochny Print Shop. $30.00. Senior Class:- Walter H. Baker, $11.39; Dcem-er and Co., $93.53; J. J. Newberry Co.. $1.45 and Postie's Soft Drinks, $6.44 Chairman Peter Albano nre 21 Must Register All persons of the borough when reaching the age of twenty-one years, according to law, must register with Property Assessor James C. f McNealis. He can be reached at his home, 218 West Sherman street in the evening.- Wagner Leads 5,000 Votes Schuylkill County re-elected Sen. Paul Wagner, Tamaqua, to the State Senate by 5,000 votes. He received almost 45,492 against 40,808 for his Democratic opponent, - Pottsville's Mayor . Michael A. Close. For the Senate House race, the 1st District was taken by the Democrats and the 2nd District by Republicans. In the 1st District, the returns showed incumbent Democrat John Jackie McDonald, Girardville, with 22,217 and his running-mate William L. Long, Mahanojr City, with 21,479. GOP incumbent John Boris, Ashland, 20,959 and John Thomas Frackville, 20,477. Meters Operate Today The borough police remind motorists that the town's parking meters will remain in operation until 9 p. m. today, the regular shopping night in town. Start Holiday Decorations Stringing of the Tamaqua street Christmas season lighting decorations was started this week. The system of alternating red and green lights will be installed on the borough's main street between Grant - and Washington streets. The illuminated holiday design center piece will be placed at Blaine and Tamaqua streets. As has been the policy the past few years, cost of equipment for use of the attractive display, wiring, etc., is borne by the McAdoo Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 6708. CYO Practice Tomorrow Arrangements are being made for another season of play in the Catholic Youth Organization Basketball League for town and vicinity. The circuit will be made up of six teams providing the cage sport for teen-agers in the local parish churches. Chairman Bernard Smith reports that another practice session will be held Saturday in the McAdoo High School gym. Teams are to report as follows: St. Cunegunda's, 11 a. m. to 12 noon time; St. Mary's McAdoo. 12 noon to 1 p. m.; St. Michael's McAdoo, 1 to 2 p. m.; St. Mary's Ukrainian, 2 to 3 p. m.; Immacr ulate Conception, 3 to 4 p. m., and St. Michael's parish, Tresc-kow, 4 to 5 p. m. The league will officially swing open Saturday, Nov. 26. Rev. M. F. Messaros, pastor of St. Michael's parish, Tresckow, is associate CYO director for this end of the Carbon-Schuylkill deanery. Shop at the New Genetti Super Market in Tamaqua. Open 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. Only a 15 minute drive from McAdoo. Adr. To Receive Communion Members of the Holy Name Society of St. Patrick's Parish will assist at the 8 a. m. mass Sunday and receive Holy Communion in a body. The men and high school boys will assemble in the school hall at 7:45, don their badges, and in procession proceed to the church where they will occupy a reserved section. Confessions will be heard Saturday afternoon and evening. Speaks To Students McAdoo High School commercial students enjoyed an informative talk about the proper use of the telephone in a business office by Anne B. Goranitis, representative of The Bell Telephone Co., Hazleton business office. She explained the telctrainer control unit which permits more than one phone call to be received in the office, while at the sam time, calls may be made out. The control unit is made up of a key board that controls incoming and outgoing calls from the one switch. The Bell representative was in troduced to the junior and senior, students by Charles J. McGeehan, 1 the commercial teacher. Our Thanks! We are deeply grateful for the splendid support and overwhelm vote given our Democratic party candidates in this week's general election. sKline Township Democrats Joseph Dvorak, Chairman. At Yowr Faverit Prict s X Buy At Your Favorit Stor OrPhowWA Fr. Shymansky To Show Films Very Rev. Vladimir Shymansky pastor of All Saints Russian Orthodox Church, Olyphant, will show colored slides at 7 p. m. Sunday in Holy Trinity Eastern Orthodox Catholic Church Hall, McAdoo. . Father Shymansky will also comment on his recent trip to the Soviet Union. . Because the Soviet citizens at first did not know that Father Shymansky understands and speaks the Russian language fluently, his impressions and information about the "Iron Curtain" are very uniquely uninfluenced by communistic propaganda. Some of his photographs are considered rare due to overlooked restrictions. Father Shymansky's tour included such cities as Lengrad, Moscow and Kieve. The Rev. Daniel Ressetar, pastor of Holy Trinity, said the public is invited to the slide showing program. Dr.Matsko PTA Speaker Dr. Stephen E. Matsko, McAdoo Heights, a member of the surgical staffs at the St. Joseph and State Hospitals, will be the main speaker for .the monthly meeting and program of Kline Township Parent-Teacher Assn. next Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock in the Kelayres school. The PTA will present a tape recording machine to the Kline Township teaching staff for use in the Kelayres school. Mrs. George Sacco, Jr., will preside. The hostesses will be Mrs. Sandy Russo and Mrs. Joseph Yaworsky. A collection will be taken up for the Greater Hazleton Area Council of the PTA. Plan Charity Dance The Friends Around The World Club plan a charity dance to be presented in the Strand Hall, West Blaine street, Wednesday, Nov. 16. Dancing will be from 6 to 9 p. m. -All proceeds from the affair will go to the Cerebral Palsy Fund. TOSS FORTUNE TO WIND DETROIT (AP) -- Three boys tossed $188,613 to the wind Thursday. The money was in the form of non-negotiable checks, however. The boys, 9 and 10 years old, found the checks under a mail box. They were marked for delivery to a Detroit bank. The boys tried to cash them, but couldn't. The checks were stamped so that they could only be deposited to a special account. The boys were not held. Classified Ads Bring Results PALACE I METRO-CtJLDWYW MAYER A GEORSE PAL PBODUCTUm r H. G. WELLS' THE X TIME iiiiir"4- MAUHIFlth r-rwoCQLOJj. M FEATURE 7:12 & 9:12 x SPEED WASH 3$ S. Tamaqua St. . McAdoo, Penna. ANNOUNCES 2 For 1 Sale On All Services Saturday, November 12 from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Do One Wash; Get One Free Do One Dry; Gef One free J 9.2464 MtAdoo A Glen ? ' sided and all directors attended. -., - i

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