The Pocono Record from Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania on December 11, 1963 · Page 21
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Thr» Daily Rpcord, Tho Strotirisburg/s, Pa Wed.t Por. 11, 10f>.1 Testimony Resumes Today in Beer To Minors Case (( IDEM AFTERMATH—Three Scranton men were in jured in (his car early yesterday morning in East Stroudsburg. Former State Senator ugh .1. McMenamin was one of (he three occupants of (he car when it smashed into a tree on Brown St. Ex-Slate Senator Escapes Injury In E-Burg Mishap ESAT STROUDSBURG — Former State Senator Hugh J. McMenamin of Scranton escaped injury early yesterday morning in East Stroudsburg when the car in which he was riding crashed into a tree while going the wrong way on a one-way street. East Stroudsburg police reported that a car driven by James E. Crass, 44, of Scranton, president of the Seaboard Tank Lines, was traveling down Bridge St., and instead of tinning l ight onto S. Court land St., turned left onto Brown St. going the wrong way. Turned Wrong Way Police quoted Crass as saying ho saw two cars coming at him and he turned right and crashed into a tree at 62 Brown St. The accident oc- cured at 1:09 a.m. Police estimated the damage at about $ 1 , 000 . Three heeds Are Filed STROUDSBURG — Three deeds were filed yesterday in the office of Mrs. Jeannette F. Batory, Monroe County register and recorder: Marguerite Spirldovlteh New York City, to Richard A. and Anita S. Russell, same address, property in Hamilton Township; John J. and Grace S. Macke I McMenamin and Crass along with a third passenger, Philip Condron of Scranton, were taken to Monroe County General Hospital. McMenamin was examined and released and Crass was released after being treated for minimal contusions, according to Dr. Mary Hunsicker, staff physician at the hospital. Condron was admitted with a fractured left leg and a lacerated face, according to Dr. Hunsicker. He was released later in the day. Obituaries Relative Of Area Residents DELAWARE WATER GAP — Mrs. Melchoir Eilenberger of Minisink Hills received word Sunday of tho death of her cousin, Arlington L. Ruth, 76, in the City Hospital in Cleveland, Ohio. Mr. Ruth, who was also a cousin of former Delaware Water Gap police chief Fred Decker, was born in the Water Gap and lived htere during his youth. He was the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Ruth. He was employed for more than 20 years as a buyer by the John Wanamaker department store uwiin .i. mm urace rv Mackes, | *n Philadelphia. He also work- Hamilton Township, to William ed as a department store buyer F. and Susan B. Buckingham, while livin£ in Cleveland. Chestnuthill Township, proper- Mr. Ruth's body was cremated j 1y in Hamilton Township; Bur- a,u* Juried in Cleveland, nice C. and Marguerite A. Hawk, Hamilton Township, to ITfmrvr T/kli»i^ William F. and Susan B. Buck- - JOIlIto ingharn, property Township. Hamilton CHRISTMAS SEALS light TB and other RESPIRATORY OISEASES Funeral Held S I ROUDSBURG — Requiem mass for Henry P. Johns, 63, was said Tuesday at 9:30 a.m. in St. Matthew’s Roman Catholic Church in East Stroudsburg Father Francis G. Barrett was the celebrant. Burial was in the Gates of Heaven section of Laurelwood Cemetery. Pallbearers were Earl Arnold, Floyd Lambert, Robert McCain, Nathan Kishbaugh, Rudolf Blitz and Forrest L. Graves. Dunkelherger and Westbrook Funeral Home in Stroudsburg | was in charge of arrangements. | Judge 0 runts Non-Suit Motion | STROUDSBURG — A defense motion asking for a compulsory non - suit was granted yesterday by Monroe County President Judge Fred W. Davis in a civil court assumpsit action involving a Saylorshurg realtor | and two sellers of an East | Stroudsburg motel. The plaintiff in the action | was Samuel Prosak, doing business as the Prosak Realty Co. | The defendants were Joseph i and Anna Farda builders of the Paramount Motel. Prosak’s suit alltged that he was entitled to a commission from the defendants stemming from the sale of the motel in 1960. The defendants contended that they listed their motel with Prosak in 1955 and the terms of the contract expired before the actual sale took place. Attys. Joseph C. Scanlon and Kennard Lewis represented the Fardas. Atty. John J. Pentz Jr., was counsel for Prosak. Pentz indicated to the court that he would file a motion asking that the nun-suit motion be set aside. Youth Kills Five-Point Deer STROUDSBURG — Thomas J. Riecio, 15, reported he shot a five - point, 165 - pound deer while hunting with his father Luigi near the Delaware Water Gap County Club on Saturday. Riceio is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Luigi Riceio of Cherry Valley Road, Stroudsburg RD S I ROUDSBURG — Damage to the pattern repair shop and core room of Pocono Foundry and Machine Co., 15 Foundry St., Stroudsburg, destroyed by fire late Monday night, was estimated at $75.000 yesterday. Alfred J. Schaefer, company president who made the esti- 1 mate, said the loss is covered by insurance. A total of 60 ; employes directly affected are expected to he out of work for about two weeks. To Rebuild Building Schaefer said the building will definitely he rebuilt. The fire was discovered by | George F. Losh of 115 N. First St., an employe of the firm's night shift. The cause of the blaze has not been determined. Fire Chief Nelson L 1 g h t n e r of Stroudsburg said. Ho indicated the blaze may have started from sparks from an acetylene welding unit. Lightner said his department | and the Stroud Township Volunteer Fire Dept, were ham; pered by 4,000 - volt power lines i near the hottest pact of the fire and were cut off in some j places hv a barricade of for| maldehydc barrels and acetylene tanks. Minor Explosions A series of minor explosions occurred inside the burning building, but no one was injured. The fire was under control in about an hour after it slarted near 9:30 p.m., hut firemen were at the scene until 6 a.m. yesterday. Rep. ^ etter To Seek‘209’ Business Rte. MARSHALS CREEK — State Rep. Van D. Vetter, Jr., said last night the State Highways Dept, will recommend to the American Assn. of State Highway Officials that Route 209 between Stroudsburg and Seiota he designated Business Route 209. The recommendation will he presented to the national group at its meeting next summer, Vetter said. At the same time, the highways department will recommend to the association removal of the Alternate Route 611 designation for that highway. Under the plan, the present alternate route would be known as Route 611 and such designation would he removed from Interstate Route 80. Coin Club Meets STROUDSBURG — The Monroe County Coin Club will hold its regular monthly meeting today at the YMCA, at 8 p. m. All members are urged to attend. Visitors are invited. I AI)\ ANTED IN RANK—Three sergeants, promoted lo specialist fourth class m Co. C. First Bn., 10‘lth Infantry. Pennsylvania National Guard. are (ongiatulated by (apt. (icorjfc I*. Rrodhead, commander of the East Stroudsburg unit, after receipt of oflidal notice of the promotions. From lett are (itant Metzgar, Sherwood Miller and Ronald Phillips. (Staff Photo by MacLeod) Trailer Rolls Over At Junction SNYDERSVILLE — A trac- tor-tiailer failed to negotiate a curve on Rt. 209 near Snydersville and rolled over on its side Monday at 8 p.m. The state trooper from the Stroudsburg substation who investigated the accident has not filed his report. State Police said lau night the investigator is on a day off. It was learned that the driver was Russell Parson of Pompano Beach, Fla., and that he was traveling east. The accident occurred on a ramp connecting Rt. 12 with Rt. 209. There is no report of damages or possible injuries. Today’s Events Pocono Mountain Joint School Committee meeting, 8 p. m., high school, Swiftwater. rl he Joint School Authority of Pocono Mountain Joint Schools, meeting. 7:30 p. m„ high school, Swiftwater. Seedling Trees Available For Monroe-Pike Residents STROUDSBURG — The Department of Forest and Waters announced yesterday that it has a supply of seedling trees available to anyone wishing to plant them in the spring of 1964. People planting trees in Monroe, Pike and Northampton Counties can obtain nursery stock applications by writing the Pennsylvania Department of Forest and Waters at 1081 W. Main St., Stroudsburg, according to J. E. Kintz, Monroe County service forester. Planting stock tentatively available for shipment during the spring of 1964 includes: White Pine, Red Pine, Aus-! trian Pine, Banks Pine, Pitch Pine, Virginia Pine, Norway. Spruce, White Spruce, Japanese1 Larch, European Larch, Black Locust, Tulip Poplar and Fur-, opean Alder. Seedlings will be shipped to the highway maintenance sheds in the county in which they are going to he planted. Planters will be notified when to pick them up. Planters ordering trees will have to order a minimum of 1.000 seedlings. The seedlings will cost $7 per thousand, according to Kintz. A check or money order must accompany I he application. Trees from the Department of T orest and Waters may not he used for Christmas trees or ornamental purposes. The Maya Indians of Chichen Itza played a ball game in which the hall had to be driven into goals. Those were ornately carved stone rings with 18-inch holes sot into t.he walls 24 feet above the court. STROUDSBURG — A Monroe County Court jury of seven . women and five men will re] sume hearing testimony in the ¡case of Mrs. Elia Dyson, 72, ! Long Pond, charged with | selling beer without a license and sales to minors at 8 a.m. \ today. Robert English of Mountain! lop, near Wilkes - Barre, an enforcement office of the Pcnn- | sylvania Liquor Control Board, testified yesterday that Mrs. 1 Dyson does not have a license j to sell beer. He told the court he first met Mrs. Dyson on last Aug. 21 | when he visited her home with . a search warrant, secured on the basis of statements taken j from two minors. | English testified that no alco- i holic beverages were found on Hospital Notes l \ ¡siting limited to members of immediate family until further notice dm* to overcrowded conditions) Births A son to Mr. and Mrs. Gary Jones. Bangor; a son lo Mr. • and Mrs. Charles Madison, East Stroudsburg 1U) 2; a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Miller, Marshalls Creek. Admissions Miss Mary Ann Nevil, Stroudsburg; Ernest Moore, Hope, N.J.; I Mrs. Betty Ace, Stroudsburg, 1 RD 2; Mrs. Edith Stiff, Mt. Po- j cono; Jane Nickolas, Bangor,! R D2; Mrs. Alice Stuart, East Stroudsburg; Charles Bradley,! Stroudsburg, RD 2; Mrs. Nette j Philips, Stroudsburg; Harry Greenberg, East Stroudsburg. Dischargee Mrs. Arlene Martin and son, Stroudsburg; Mrs. Freda Bogart and son, East Stroudsburg; Mrs, Thelma Mesko and son, Stroudsburg; Robert Hull, ! Stroudsburg; Mrs. Irene Mackes, Wind Gap; Raymond Miller, Ashley; LeRov DeVore, Stroudsburg. RD 5; Mrs. Mary Alekna. j East Stroudsburg, RD 2. the premises during the search. Charles Lilly, another PLCB enforcement agent, .said he found a ran in the kitchen of the home with between 500 and 600 beer caps in it. He said he took statements from Willard Green and Julian Rake, Jr., In which they said they purchased beer from Mrs. Dyson. Denies Charge Lilly said he discussed the ■statements with Mrs. Dyson and, "She denied they bought beer there.” Dist. Atty. James R. Marsh is presenting the Commonwealth's ease, while Atty. Kennard Lewis of East Stroudsburg represents Mrs. Dyson. Members of the jury are Florence M. Keiper, Ruth G. Dunning. Grace Grace, Joseph A. Rustin, Paul A. Rodenbach, Margaret M. Goldy, Ralph E. Dunlap, Benjamin F. Hyden, James T. Ogden, Virginia D. Savitz, Corona L. Keiser and Margaret F. Cramer. The case is being heard before Judge Edward D. Little of Susquehanna County, specially presiding here. In other court action, Judge Little; Sentenced Norman Weatherly, 33, of Creseo, RD 1, found guilty by a jury of drunken driving on Monday, to probation for one year and fined him $300 and costs, to be paid within 30 days. Weatherly was represented by Atty. Maxwell H. Cohen of Stroudsburg. Granted nolle prosequi fnot prosecuting) motions in the cases of Correll Smith. Snyders- viile, larceny, and Ann Rushin, 27 Myrtle St., Stroudsburg, charged with malicious use of a telephone. Prosecutors Agree Both motions wrere granted after agreement by the prosecutors Carl E. Copenhaver in the ease of Smith and Joan Briggs in the case of the woman. Atty. Walter Olenick represented both defendants, in Smith’s ease as court - appointed counsel. Subscribe to The Daily Record Always look for these factors in any .Memorial—Best Material _ Design — Workmanship. Stroudsburg Granite Co. Truman Burnett, Owner Main St. at Dreher Ave. 431-359) United States farmers paid $37,> million in taxes on motor fuels in 1962. OPEN EVERY NIGHT! TEDDY BEAR DISCOUNT MART 6tti & Main St. Stroudsburg The .'Monroe County Tuberculosis and Health Soci e t y yesterday reported 3.7!»7 letters containing $7700.40 returned in its annual Christmas Seal sale. The total compares with 4,0.32 letters returned and $H, .3X1.85. collected at the same time last \ear. AUCTION SALE EVERY NIGHT 7 P. M. Toys _ Appliances — Ornaments — Lights Diamonds — Watches — Hundred of Items — Discounts JACK’S PEQUEST AUCTION lt"ulf rpqiimt, N. I. I'lioni1 4.58-3475 Welcome Wggon Honors Special family Occasions Your Welcome Wagon Hostess will call with a basket of gifts... and friendly greetings from religious, civic, and business leaders of our community when your famdy celebrates a sixteenth birthday, announces an engagement or the birth of a new baby, or moves to a new home. Wbto the occasion arises, phone 421-8834 Jewelry Coin Custom Made Hand Assembled Bracelets Cold Silver Tie Clasps We also c arry Coins & Coin Supplies Stamps Stamp Supplies (iive A Gift That Appreciates In Value Order Now for ( hristmas — Use Our Lay-away Plan REM ERS ( "oins & Stamps 80! Main St. 424-1621 Stroudsburg Open Daily i) to 5—Frl. f) to 0 Wyckoffs OI'li\ liVIISV A IL HT I ATI I. TllltOI4.ll DiriXlllllt 2.3 rd Saturday till 5:30 P.M. S t roudsburpf, Pcnnsylvania do make your Christmas merrier I Pick a Fair of SLIPPERS For Someone Too Love! Read Some Wise Words by John Ruskin When you buy for price, fhese days, you can never be sure If s unw.se to pay too much, but it's worse to pay too little When you pay too much, you lose a little money, that is all But when you pay too little, you sometimes lose everything, because the thing you bought was incapable of doing the thing it was bought to do. The Common Law of business balance prohibits paying a little and getting a lot . . it can't be done. If you deal with the lowest bidder, it is well to add something for the risk you run. And if you do that, you will have enough to pay for something better. Jos. G. DeRenzis & Son 21 N. 6th Street, Stroudsburg Phone 421-4690 Men's Apparel of Distinction' GIFT WRAP YOUR CHRISTMAF MALE... . . in the Supreme Gift SUITS! by ’Botany 500 Style-Mart College Hall Tailoring typical of Tod Getz quality and outstanding style, tliesn suits an* tho handsomest gilt you can award your "he." Select from tho latest colors, fabrics in all sizes up to 6(1. from 55 .00 'the unmistakeable look of Quality comes from TED q-BTg GIVE A TED GETZ GIFT CERTIFICATE 542 Main Street Stroudsburg SacliaBting Nat Stflts V • e picture just o few from our sparkhng collection of unusual styles. They range from ae ghtful foot-warmers lo ihe mosf exotic specimens — in cc'ors, leathers and fabrics gaore. They re the cozest... end rare vo lues every one/ 11.15 II 11.83 TRIANGLE —- j 572 Main St. — Stroudsburg McGregor ALL-WEATHER JACKETS For sport for work and all casual wear, in Nylons and wools, lined and unlined . . . knit collars and cutis or plain . Sizes 36-52. from 11.95 Corduroy Stadium Coats Ideal casual coat for work or sport . . . very popular this year . . . choose his from our wide assortment. Aliy Amount 39 .95 D on H eller MEN’S CLOTHIER A Woman's Place Is In A Man's Store At Christmas Time 1->0 S. Court land SI. E. Stroudsburg Ol’KX KITES UNTIL CHRISTMAS 2-‘25*..

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