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Hazleton, Pennsylvania
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Wednesday, October 10, 1990
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6 Hazleton Standard-Speaker, Wednesday, October 10, 1990 Junior bowlers compete TEXAS IS TOPS NEW YORK (AP) - The University of Texas led all colleges in the number of players on major league rosters on opening day this year, the commissioner's office reported. There were 14 ex-Longhorns on the various rosters when the first pitch was thrown. The University of Arizona was second with 11 men. The Pac-10 led all conferences with 40 representatives and the Southeast Conference was second with 34. Marchetti, 173. In the bantam girls category, scores were: Nadine Racho, 171; Christen Yurkovic, 149; Amy Baker, 98. High games were: Junior boys Stephen Marchetti, 163; Robbie Roth and Robert Marchetti, 133; Brian Smith, 126; prep boys Ricky Crawford, 191; Vince Suspect caught in Puerto Rico SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (AP) A man wanted for a 1982 stabbing murder in Philadelphia has been arrested in a town 30 miles west of San Juan, the FBI announced Tuesday. The FBI announced that Orlando Maisonet de Jesus was arrested Oct. 8 in Manati, Puerto Rico. Maisonet was wanted for the murder of Jose Figueroa, whose decomposed body was found inside a vacant property in Philadelphia on Sept. 9, 1982. Maisonet was profiled on the Fox Television show "America's Most Wanted" on May 20 and Sept 28, 1990. Leads in San Juan were obtained as a direct result of the shows, said the FBI. Maisonet faces murder and unlawful flight to avoid prosecution charges. If convicted of murder in Pennsylvania, Maisonet faces a maximum penalty of death. The unlawful flight to avoid prosecution carries a maximum penalty of five years imprisonment or $5,000 fine or both. Conyngham and Sugarloaf Valley Correspondents Mrs. Pat Rusnock 788-2008 Mrs. Evan Young 788-1304 Leave Items at Conyngham Pharmacy, Gould's IGA or Farmer's Oell, Sybertsvllle Teams set matches This week's schedule for the Wednesday 9 p.m. men's bowling program is: Petruzzi IGA vs. Gould's IGA; Yesilonis vs. Barron's Sunoco; Dave's Gun shop vs. Continental White Cap and Generation II vs. Amie's. Last week's scores were: Team series and game: Dave's Gun Shop, 2,660 and 924; individual series Ed Kelchner, 568; individual game Joe Gregor, 214. The Heavenly Bodies schedule is: Mars vs. Mercury; Venus vs. Pluto; Neptune vs. Jupiter and Saturn vs. Uranus. Scores were: Team series Venus, 1,868; Neptune, 1,781; Mars, 1,759; team game Neptune, 656; Neptune, 651; individual series Dawn Vitz, 510; Diane Sist, 447; Melissa O'Donnell, 439; individual game Marian Weir, 179; Sist and Vitz, 173; O'Donnell, 172. Fall social planned The annual fall social Nov. 3 at the St John Bosco Church parish center will feature a "Hawaiian Aloha Luau" theme. Dinner will be served at 8 p.m. followed by a dance with music by Richie Mounaro and Mr. Lou. The event also will feature an authentic Hawaiian floor show. Call the rectory at 788-1997 daily between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. for more information. Bowlers to roll The Valley Girls bowling league schedule is: Lincolns vs. Fahrvenugens; Ferraris vs. Mercedes; Silver Clouds vs. Porsches and Corvettes vs. BMWs. Last week's scores were: Team series Corvettes, 2,246; Lincolns, 2,149; Mercedes, 2,099; team game Corvettes, 783; Corvettes, 772; BMWs, 761; individual series Zito, 515; Judy Seigfried, 495; Suzanne Scheidig, 494; individual game Marilyn Wolfe, 201; Kathy Edwards, 194; Lucille Zito, 191. SJB MEETINGS A pre-Cana committee meeting will be held at 8 p.m. today at the St. John Bosco rectory. The RCIA wil meet at 7 p.m. Thursday at the rectory. ROAD RALLY SUNDAY The Valley Vets of Conyngham will hold a road rally at noon Sunday to benefit the Bill Hengst Heart Fund. Registration will begin at 11 a.m. Kozlek, 138; Aaron Hess, 128; bantam boys Dino Zambotti, 124; Joey O'Donnell, 97; CJ Hausman, 92; junior girls Kristen Scheidig, 140; Sabrina Roberts, 137; Heather Maslo, 106; prep girls Mandy Welch, 136; Brenda Phile, 132; Jennifer Marchetti, 74; bantam girls Nadine Racho and Christen Yurkovic, 69; Amy Baker, 51, and Becky Hausman 33. Biddy basketball program to start Players can register to play in the Conyngham Shooting Stars Biddy Basketball program on these dates at the St. John Bosco parish center: Oct. 17, from 7 to 9 p.m.; Oct. 21, from noon to 2 p.m., and Oct. 24 from 7 to 9 p.m. No registrations will be accepted after Oct. 24. Children from ages 6 to 13 are eligible to register. Kids whose 14th birthdays fall before Dec. 1, 1990 are ineligible. A registration fee will cover the cost of a T-shirt and the season-ending banquet. Adults who want to serve as volunteer coaches, referees or committee representatives should sign up during a registration period. Call John Shalanski at 788-4321 for more information. RUMMAGE-BAKE SALE A rummage and baked goods sale will be held Saturday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Black Creek United Methodist Church, Sugarloaf. A bag sale will be held at noon. MAURER PACES LEAGUE F. Maurer lead all bowlers with a 238 game and 590 series while Dave's Gun Shop took team honors with a 916 single game and 2,559 series in last week's men's recreational bowling league. This week's schedule is: Valley Trophy vs. Weaver Builders; Zam- botti's Dist. vs. Bott's Busing; Hess Concrete vs. Valley Pharmacy and No Name vs. Dave's Gun Shop. TURKEY SUPPER OCT. 20 A country-style turkey supper will be served Oct. 20 from 3 to 8 p.m. at the Emmanuel United Church of Christ, Dorrance. Tickets are available at Evans Dough Box, Valley Plaza. ANTIQUES Poconos Correspondents: Emerson Heftner 455-3636 Leave items two days in advance at: Country Peddler, Moseywood Rd., Lake Harmony Widmann Drug Store, Blakeslee Corners Pocono Shopping Center, Pocono Pines Advertising or Circulation 455-3636 Builders honored for house project The National Association of Home Builders recently recognized the contribution of one of its members who is building a house as a fund-raising event for the United Way of Monroe County. Speaking of LTS Builders of East Stroudsburg, whose "house that caring built" will benefit the United Way, Martin Perlman, president of the home builders' group, said, "This charitable project cements together the volunteer contributions of over 70 contractors, suppliers, local businesses and government to achieve a worthy goal. "It's a shining example of how we can all work together to build a brighter future." The fund-raiser promises to generate the largest dollar amount ever raised by a single special event the organization's 49-year history, and its representatives believe it may well be a first in the country. LTS Builders, one of northeast Pennsylvania's largest residential building companies, worked with the United Way of Monroe County directors and 1990 Fund-Raising Campaign Committee leaders in developing the plan to build the house a three-bedroom, 2Yi-bath split level on a Mount Pocono site donated by Montovision Realty Inc. In addition to providing its services as architect and general contractor, LTS is coordinating all volunteer efforts to the project. Upon completion, the house will be sold at auction. Virtually all proceeds will be used to help support the many local programs and services administered by the 25 member agencies of United Way of Monroe County. Nuremberg Leave items at Nuremberg branch of Hazleton Area Public Library Correspondent: Rebecca Dice Fall Street, Rock Glen Call 384-3366 WEDDING ANNIVERSARY Today: Mr. and Mrs. David Smick, Zion Grove, 31st. They have a son. Mrs. Smick' s maiden name is Faye Parr. WORKSHOP AT LIBRARY Donna Smith will present a hands-on workshop at 6;30 p.m. today at the Hazleton Area Public Library's Nuremberg Branch. She will show how to design and make greeting cards. BIRTHDAY GREETINGS Today: Sean Flaim, Nuremberg; Daniel Ambruch, Weston; Karla Felegie, Rock Glen. Thursday: Bud Jastremski, Diane Ontko, Jeff Michael, Claude Stauf- fer, Amy Foose, Gary Peters, Nuremberg; Virginia Matyas, Mt. Grove; Lany Swagard, Jeff Teter, Zion Grove. SOUP-SANDWICH DINNER The Mt. Zion Lutheran Church women will serve a soup and sandwich dinner at the church Saturday from 3 to 7 p.m. The menu will include homemade soups, ham and roast beef sandwiches, dessert and beverage. Students take dream field trip AUCKLAND, New Zealand (AP) Pupils from the Three Kings Primary School may have a hard time topping their latest field trip. The 23 children, accompanied by their parents and teachers, took a 3,000-mile round trip Monday to the South Pacific island of Niue. The trip was a gift after Niue Airlines discovered it had 40 vacant seats on the flight to the tiny island. The airline offered to take a group from the school, provided they had passports. After a four-hour flight from Auckland, the children were greeted with garlands of flowers, appeared on Niue television, had a swim and were seen off after a whirlwind lVi-hour trip by Premier Sir Robert Rex. Classified Ads Bring Results Dial 455-3636 Antique Show and Sale 100 Exhibitors Saturday, October 13, 1990 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. Sunday, October 14, 1990 11:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Industrial Arts Building Bloomsburg Fairgrounds W. Main St. Rte: 11, Bloomsburg, PA Buckhorn Exit if 34, 1-80 Sponsored by: Last week's scores in the Hazleton National Bank junior bowling program were: Junior boys Stephen Marchetti, 427; Robbie Roth, 370; Steven Evans, 368; prep boys Ricky Crawford, 389; Vince Kozlek, 324; Chad Smith, 319; bantam boys Dino Zam-botti, 320; Joey O'Donnell, 266; CJ. Hausman, 255; junior girls Sabrina Roberts, 359; Kristen Scheidig, 340; Heather Maslo, 225, and prep girls Mandy Welch, 359; Brenda Phile, 319; Jennifer CVCO bowlers plan matches The Conyngham Valley Civic Organization Mixed League schedule is: Cubs vs. Brewers; Reds vs. Yankees; Cardinals vs. Giants; Dodgers vs. Tigers. Scores were: team series Cardinals, 1,935; Yankees, 1,910; Cubs, 1,881; team game Giants, 676; Cubs, 673; Cardinals, 667; individual series Dave Kir-chdoerfer, 539; Darren Wolfe, 518; John Shuman, 496; Connie Kir-chdoerfer, 536; Betty Buffington, 488; Pat Mowery, 485; individual game Frank Liotta, 194; Darren Wolfe, 193; Dave Kirchdoerfer, 192; Connie Kirchdoerfer, 189; Jean Luchi, 179; Anna Mae Wegener, 177. Promotion Agency, 'til March, 1991 $100 or more. SAVE $50 20.6 cu. ft. Kenmore frostless refrigerator M $634.88 Non-ice maker model NV601 51 $18 monthly (!maUr model also ovailablt NV 701 51 $71 4.88) Columbia-Montour Tourist 717-784-8279 Managed By M. Butche' Promotions 717-323-5108 Only $15 MONTHLY for the pair 2-speed, 9-cycle washer $399.88 E28721 4-temperature dryer $314.44 Electric E68721 IGos dryer E78721 priced at $354.44) BUY NOW! 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