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! 24 Haileton Standard-Speaker, Wednesday, May 3, 1967 John Caccese Retired Furniture Dealer Dies in Hazleton Hospital John Caccese, 117 North Laurel itreet, a retired furniture dealer, died at 8:33 o'clock last night in the Hazleton State General Hospi- tal where he was a patient for one week. I He operated a furniture store on; South Wyoming street for more j than 40 years prior to his retirement in 1957. He was born in the Province of Avilino Montecalvo, Italy and lived in Hazleton for the last 65 years. Mr. Caccese was a member ot Our Lady of Grace Church Surviving are his wife, the former Mary Scarpati; these children: Thomas, Mrs. Daniel (Lucille) Parrell, Mrs. Louis (Gloria) Ferdinand, all of Hazleton; Mrs. James r Hospital STATE GENERAL HOSPITAL: Admissions Pamela Walck, RD 1, Sugarloaf. Lillian Mondock, ,82 South Pine Street. Raymond Shelly, R. D. 1, Free-land. Roceo Avillion, 505 East Diamond avenue. David Beltrami, R. D. 1, Drums. Discharges Robert Andrcwlavage, 115 East Chapel street. Francis F. Smith, Main street, Harwood. James Marshman, 63 Tamaqua street, Audenried. Dolores Marcinko and son, 100 Old street, Harwood. Launor Dobashinsky, Sugarloaf. GEISINGER MEDICAL CENTER Admissions Mrs. Ann Wilson, 300 East Lloyd street. Shenandoah Mrs. Margaret M. Benyo, 541 North Locust street. Georgine Tutko, 408 West Mt. Vernon street, Shenandoah. Mrs. Nora A. Yeager, RD 4, Mountaintop. Births ST. JOSEPH HOSPITAL: A daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Havrilla, 603 North Vine street. The mother is the former Carmella Colombo . A son to Mr. and Mrs. Barry Magagna, 418 Allen street, West I Hazleton. Prior to marriage me mother was Barbara Moyer. A son to Mr. and Mrs. James Heiney, 224 West Sherman street, McAdoo. The mother's maiden name was Katherine Oswald. A daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Novotny, 127 East Second street. The mother, before marriage, was Dolores Fellin. A son to Mr. and Mrs. Peter Saul, 513 Center street, Hokendau-qua, Pa., at the General Hospital, Allentown. The parents are formerly of Hazleton. The mother is the former Marianne Shutovich, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Shutovich, 582 Cleveland street, and Mr. Saul is the son of Mr. and Mrs. William Saul, 518 West First street. A son to Ensign and Mrs. Paul Petrucka, 2302-B Peach street, Milton, Fla., bom Saturday at Santa Rosa Hospital, Milton. The child, the couple's first, will be named James Martin. The mother is the former Marbeth Kernan, daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. James Kernan, .and the father is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Petrucka, Ma-hanoy City. Great grandparents are former Congressman and Mrs. Ivor D. Fenton, Mahanoy City and Mr. and Mrs. Victor Szuler, Shenandoah. Dispensary Cases The State General Hospital dispensary reported no accident cases treated there this morning. Treated yesterday were: Marilyn Romanchick, Beaver Brook, injury to the left index finger at Carlen Manufacturing Co. George Black, 24 North Poplar street, injury to the left foot at Marian Maid, Inc. Cosmo Palmasano, 17 East 14th street; Margaret Holly, 15 East Maple street, and Barbara Falen-sky, 109 North Lincoln street, McAdoo, all for home injuries. And Laura Hyman, 174 North Church street; John Petrill, 619V2 West Fourth street, and Lisa Anderson, St. Johns, all dispensary cases. 14th Ward COP Rally At Andreuzzi's Thurs. A pre-election rally of the 14th Ward Republican Committee, party stalwarts and voters will be held tomorrow night at 7:30 at Andreuz-zi's Palm Room on East Diamond avenue. The theme of the meeting will be "Let's Get Out the Vote" according to Frank Andreuzzi, acting committeeman of the 14th Ward, First District, and Michael Car-siao, ward second district committeeman. Both will serve as co-chairmen for the rally which will feature remarks by District Chairman Pat Bangor and City GOP Chairman Thomas Powell. Refreshments will be served by a group of GOP women from the 14th Ward. RUMMAGE SALE 72 S. Wyoming St. Sponsored by Ladies Unico Club TODAY 4:00 to 9:00 P. M. THURSDAY 9:00 to 3:00 P. M. ( Josephine), Schwartz, Bethlehem; Andrew Piro, Mullica Hill, IVJ.; Mrs. Lawrence (Rose) Long, Fort Lauderdale, Fla.; 16 grandchildren; one brother, Girard Caccese, this city, and a sister, Theresa in Italy. He was preceded in death by a son, Philip Piro; two sisters, Mrs. Nicolangela Christopher and Mrs Agnes Senape, and one brother, Leonard. The funeral will be held at 9 j a. ni Friday from the Moran Fu- neral Home. A solemn requiem . high mass will be offered at 9:30 a.m. in Our Lady of Grace Church. Interment will be iu the parish cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday. Reports ST. JOSEPH HOSPITAL: Admissions Hugh Coll, 569 North Laurel street. Joseph Galski, 731 North Wyoming street. Jeanette Bell, Keystone Job Corps Center, Drums. Mrs. Kathleen Miller, 108 Center street, Tamaqua. Richard Schwartz, 649 Landmes-ser avenue, West Hazleton. Robert Thomas, 95 Butler avenue, Conyngham. Mrs. Alba Sax, 37! i East Broad street. Mrs. Anna Odoleski, 24a Winters avenue, West Hazleton. Mrs. Carol Drumhcller, 764 Lincoln street. Mrs. Helen Usinowski, 28 South Manning street, McAdoo. August Karmonick, 410 Main srcct( Fcrn Glen George Kroll, 346 East Mine street. Laurie Ochs, RD Sugarloaf. Shirley Welsh, 58 South Poplar street. Hayden Lehr, 321 First street, Weatherly. Mrs. Mary Gornal, RD 1, Free- land. John Kaschak Jr., 624 East First street. Mrs. Sue Stefanik, 420 East Cranberry avenue. Mrs. Rose Mattie, 47 North Vine street. Mrs. Ruth Ncsler, 409 Railroad street, Tamaqua. Mrs. Mae Jacohy, 118 Susquehanna boulevard, West Hazleton. Joseph Boraske, 513 Centre street, Freeland. Discharges Joseph Kondrick, 859 North Vine stn t. Frank Bolt, 138 North Cedar street. Gordon Kessell, 695 Peace street. Joseph Esposito, Drums. Richard Urban, 432 Winters avenue, West Hazleton. Andrew Ketz, 220 West High street, Coaldale. Mrs. Anna Henry, 318 First street, Weatherly. Mrs. Mary Lagowey, Rear 411 Putnam street, West Hazleton. Mrs. Clara Bengel, Barnesville. Barbara Seader, 316 Arlington street, Tamaqua. Mrs. Mary Mumaw, 100 Putnam street, West Hazleton. Mrs. Mary George, Rear 556 Lincoln street. Mrs. Ann Ruchinsky, RD 2, Drums. Mrs. Caroline Fisher and daughter, RD Sugarloaf. Mrs. Dolores Hammond and son, 646 West Diamond avenue. Mrs. Annmarie Betterly and daughter, 26 Tamaqua street, Beaver Meadows. Mrs. Donna Marie Plesh and son, 623! 2 Alter street. Daniel Cooper, 108 Chestnut street. Michael Yatsula, 335 South Ken nedy drive, McAdoo. BAKERS MEETING TUESDAY The monthly dinner meeting of the ISorthcastern Pennsylvania Baker s Association will be held Tuesday at 7 p.m. at Jake's Res taurant, 109 Winters avenue, West Hazleton. Two Say Assessment Exceeds Market Value Harry Lammey and Alfred Olise appealed to the court yesterday from a 1967 county assessment of $5,600 on 152 acres of their land in Black Creek Township. The owners contend the assessment is not uniform with other properties and exceeds market value. It is claimed the assessment is erroneous because it includes the value of a nursery or Christmas tree crop as real estate. Judge Bernard C. Brominski, upon motion of Atty. Frank J. Gormley, signed an order allowing the appeal to be filed. COUNCIL TO MEET The Executive Council of the Hazleton Area Education Associa-tino will have its monthly meeting Thursday at 4 p. m. in the library of Hazleton High School. HAZLETON MEDICAL SUPPLY CO. HAS MOVED TO A NEW LOCATION 420 W. 9th Street 2 BLOCKS BELOW ST. JOSEPH HOSPITAL Phone 454-7092 Today's Events Salvation Army Home League cooking school, P. P. and L. Co., 7:30 p.m. Drake-Wear VFW Ladies Auxiliary, Post Home, 7:30 p.m. Funerals Albert Hildebrand, Winfield Hotel, who died Saturday, was buried this afternoon from the Grebey, Beltz and Gleim Funeral Home. Rev. Frederick B. Crane, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, conducted the services. Interment was in Mountain View Cemetery. Pallbearers, all members of Drake-Wear VFW Post 589, were Edmund Stevens, William Boran, John W. Rosettsky, William tnam- pion, John Kalenak and Joseph D Gulas. Military rites were accorded the deceased by the Drake-Wear Post. Edward Henry was in charge of the firing squad, that was composed of Joseph Catano, George Miller, John Pangrac and George Shershan. Carl Hoch was the bugler. Members of the VFW Post also conducted services at the funeral home last night. The funeral of George Ondishin, Sr., 222 West Muir avenue, who died Sunday, was held this morning from the Burcin Home for Funerals. Rev. John Koval was the celebrant of the requiem high mass in St. Mary's Byzantine Rite Catholic Church and gave the blessing at the grave in the parish cemetery. Pallbearers were Ronald Ondishin, Robert Smalley, George Si-piada, Lawrence Martini, Charles Tomiatti and John Lazur. Andrew A. Ondishko, RD 1 Drums, who died Sunday at the Veterans Hospital, Wilkes-Barre, was buried this morning from the McNulty Funeral Home, Freeland. Rev. Edmond Roman was the celebrant of the requiem high mass in St. John's R.C. Church, Free-land, and gave the blessing at the grave in the parish cemetery. Pallbearers were Jake Mattis, Michael Fetch, George Palir, Robert Basista, Victor Chwat and Edmund Smith. Military rites were accorded at the grave by members of American Legion Post 473 and VFW Post 5010, Freeland, with Sgt. John R. Stoffa in charge. George Eckrote was the color bearer, Henry Ger-lach and Andrew Repetz, firing squad, and buglers were Richard Gorski and Michael Kost. The funeral of Edward If. Keip-er, RD 1, White Haven, who died Saturday, was held yesterday afternoon from the A. M. Kocher Funeral Home, White Haven. Rev, Wayne Gregory, pastor of White Haven Methodist Church, conducted the services. Interment was in Laurel Cemetery, White Haven. Pallbearers were Clarence, Ralph and Richard Moyer, Anthony Avil-la, Sr., Frederick Williams and Robert Gilbert. Cubs Get Awards For Nature Boxes James LaRegina received top award for his nature box, and Robert Faust placed second, when Cub Pack 20 of Our Lady of Grace Church, presented boxes for awards last evening. Judges were the three den chiefs, John Ciocca, Mark Ciocca and Louis Parnell. May Cub meetings will be held at 6 p.m. KOZLOWSKI ARRANGEMENTS The funeral of Felix Kozlowski, Upper Lehigh, who died Monday, will be held Friday at 8:45 a.m. from the home of his daughter, Mrs. David Jones, 64 Main street, Upper Lehigh. Solemn high mass of requiem will be celebrated at 9:30 in St. Patrick's Church, White Haven. Interment will be in the parish cemetery. Friends may call from this evening until the time of the funeral. AMBULANCE CALL The West Hazleton Ambulance this morning took William Koller, 335 Allen street, West Hazleton, to the Veterans Hospital, Wilkes-Barre; and Mrs. Margaret Wiseman, 43 South Laurel street, home from the State Hospital. The Hazleton Community Ambulance is reported out of service for repairs. West Hazleton ambulance yesterday transported Joseph Galski, 731 North Wyoming street, to St. Joseph Hospital. Mine Work Schedule The mine work schedule for tomorrow: Working noneybrook breaker, Jeddo-Highland No. 7 breaker, Beaver Brook coal pockets open. Undecided Hazleton Shaft breaker. Rock oi Ages Monuments The industry Finest See Mr. Perslco HAZLETON MEMORIAL CO. Haz. McAdoo Hiway 455-495 Next to O'Lear'g Catering PETRUZZrS PIZZERIA 34 W. 9th St. Rr. St. Joseph Hos 5 Min. Service Phone 455-1001 SPECIAL Lgre. 15 Cuts Scumutz $1.00 Med. 8 cuts Scumutz 60c ALSO-Alushrooms Sausage Anchovies And PIZZA SHELLS Deaths HUGH F. McGILL Hugh F. McGill, 1236 West Coal street. Shenandoah, died Tuesday evening at the Geisinger Medical j Center, Danville, where he had been a patient for two weeks Born in Eckley, a son of the late Francis and Mary (O'Donnell) McGill. he was educated in the West Mahanoy Township schools He was last employed as a fire boss for the Locust Coal Co. A member of Annunciation Church, Shenandoah, he was an ardent sportsman during his young er days. Surviving are five sisters and a brother: Mrs. Mary Lawler, Phila delphia: Mrs. Bridget Gownley, Shenandoah; Mrs. Madge O'Brien and Mrs. Ann McTammey, Mor ton; Mrs. Margaret McHale, Shenandoah; and James McGill, Mor ton Also surviving are a number of nephews and nieces. The funeral will be held Saturday at 9 a.m. from the Sullivan Funeral Home, Jardin street, Shenandoah. Requiem high mass will be celebrated at 9:30 in Annunciation Church, Shenandoah, and interment will be in the parish cemetery. Friends may call Friday from 2 to 4 and 6 to 10 p.m. BEATRICE MORGAN Miss Beatrice Morgan, Atlantic Highlands, N.J., formerly of Free-land, died yesterday morning at the home of her sister, Mrs. Edward Custer, with whom she resided. Prior to the death of her mother, Mrs. Edgar Morgan, on March 8, she had lived at Roebling, N.J. Surviving are Mrs. Custer and a brother, Edgar Jr. of Iselin, N.J. Her father preceded her in death in July 1960 and a brother, Raymond, died 13 years ago. The funeral will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday from the Posten Funeral Home, Atlantic Highlands. Burial will be at Red Bank, N.J. MRS. PAUL K. PITT Mrs. Paul K. Pitt, 7535 North Kenton avenue, Skokie, 111., the former Mary Martin of this city, died at a Chicago hospital yesterday following a brief illness. Daughter of the late James and Carrie Martin, she had left the Hazleton area about 15 years ago. Surviving are her husband; a son, James, Chicago; two daugh ters, Janet and Diane, both at home; three sisters, three broth ers and a number of relatives in the Hazleton area. The funeral will be held Friday from the Cochran Funeral Home, 6150 North Cicero avenue, Chicago. JOHN ROTIIROCK John Rothrock, 70, a native of Weatherly, died at 2 p. m. yesterday in the Allentown Hospital. He was a son of the late Abraham L. and Annie Donlevy Rothrock. Survivors include several nieces, nephews and cousins. Private funeral services will be held at 11 a. m. Friday in the Philip J. Jeffries Funeral Home, 1st and Packer streets, Weatherly with the Rev. William Y. Gebhard, pastor of Grace United Church of Christ, Hazleton, will officiate. Interment will be in Union Cemetery, Weatherly. MRS. ANNA SYNORASKI Mrs. Anna (Demshock) Synora-ski, 78, who lived with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ceckowski, 36 A Lee Lang Terrace, West Springfield, Mass., died at 4 a.m. yesterday. She was born in Jeddo, a daugh ter of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Demshock and resided in Hazleton for many years. Her husband, Charles, died in 1924. Mrs. Synoraski was a member of St. Joseph's Polish National Church, Westfield, Mass. Surviving are these children: Joseph and Stanley, Hazleton; Mrs. Anna Suhoski, Irvington, N.J.; Mrs. Margaret Bryskiewicz, Springfield, Mass.; Mrs. Catherine Ceckowski, West Springfield, Mass., and Mrs. Helen Sciarrino, New York City. Also surviving are eight grandchildren, 7 great grandchildren and a brother, Andrew Demshock, Freeland. There will be a viewing at the iJ ,7 T : UraptfiAlW Mace thic Aironin (1 u t -k f wiui Juiucx a ovi viwc iu tjt u w- seph's P. N. Church of Westfield Thursday morning. The funeral will be held at 9 a.m. Friday from the Bonin Funeral Home. Second street en trance. A requiem high mass will be celebrated in St. John the Baptist P. N. Church at 9:30 a.m. The Rev. Edward G. Meus will officiate. Interment will be in the Mountain View Cemetery. Friends may call from 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday. PITZA and HOAGIES Neapolitan Bakery 101 East Holly Street 455-0211 or 454-8881 FREE DELIVERY 765 ALTER STREET EXPERT SHOE REPAIRING PICK UP AND DELIVERY SERVICE DRY CLEANING & TAILORING PHONE 454-4121 ANDREW FEDAK Andrew Fedak, who resided with Mrs. Anna Lehan, RD 2 Drums, died at 12:45 a.m. today at home following a brief illness. A native of Austria-Hungary, he was a retired miner of the Jeddo-Highland Coal Co. He was last em ployed as a welder for the central Pennsylvania Quarry, Stripping and Construction Co. The deceased was a member of St. Michael's Carpatho-Russian Church, Freeland. There are no survivors. The funeral will be held Satur day at 10:45 a. m. from the Mc Nulty Funeral Home, Freeland. Requiem high mass will be cele brated at 11 o'clock in St. Michael's Carpatho - Russian Orthodox Church, Freeland. Interment will be in Ss. Peter and Paul's E. G. C. Cemetery, Freeland Friends may call tomorrow from 7 to 10 and Friday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 10 p. m. MRS. ELIZABETH J. FOX Mrs. Elizabeth J. Fox, 87, who resided with her daughter, Mrs Hazel Moore, 217 South Wyoming street, died at 2:30 a. m. today at the State General Hospital where she had been a patient since April 24. Born in Humboldt, November 14, 1879, a daughter of the late Wil liam and Elizabeth (Davis) Parry, she had resided in McAdoo and this city her entire life. The deceased was a member of St. Paul's Methodist Church. Her husband, William E. Fox, a former McAdoo burgess, died in 1944. Surviving are four daughters, Mrs. George Bresky, RD 2 Weath erly; Mrs. Hazel Moore, with whom she resided; Mrs. William J. Carr, Jackson Heights, N. Y; and Mrs. August II. Genetti Sr., this city. Also surviving are 14 grandchil dren, 19 great-grandchildren and a number of nieces and nephews. The funeral will be held Satur day at 10:30 a. m. from the Krapf and Hughes Funeral Home. Serv ices will be continued at 11 o'clock in St. Paul's Methodist Church by Rev. Erwin H. Bennett. Interment will be in St. Patrick's Cemetery, McAdoo. Friends may call Friday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p. m. JOHN (AMBROZI) AMBROSE John (Ambrozi) Ambrose, 245 Waltham road, Fairless Hills, for merly of Drifton, died at his home Monday. He had been in ill health for some time. He was employed at the Fairless Steel Co. Prior to locating in Fairless Hills about 15 years ago, he was employ ed at North Side collieries and was a well known baseball player in Drifton on teams playing in Tri County and North Side Twilight leagues, where he was known as "Chopper". Viewing will be held Thursday at the Deck and Dougherty Mortuary, Newportville road, Levittown, with the funeral Friday morning. Re quiem mass will be at 11 a. m., and interment will be in Fairless Hills. STEPHEN RUSNAK Stephen Rusnak, 210 Morse ave nue, Simpson, died at the Carbon-dale General Hospital yesterday. He was well known in the Hazleton area. Surviving are these sons and daughters: Mrs. Joseph (Sophia) Kernoschak, Simpson; John, Car- bondale; Bernard, Simpson; Mar garet, at home; and Mrs. Tom (Mary Ann) Liuzza, Simpson. Also surviving are 12 grandchildren, one niece and three nephews. His wife, the former Mary Yan chek, died in March, 1966. The funeral will be held at 10 a.m. Friday from the family resl dence with requiem high mass in Holy Trinity Church, Simpson, at 10:30. Interment will be in the parish cemetery. Girl Hurt in Blast In 'Fair' Condition A 19-year-old Shaft girl who lost her right hand as a result of an explosion at Atlas Chemical Indus tries Inc., at Reynolds on Thursday was in improved condition yester- Charlotte Litwaitis now is "fair", . I according to hospital authorities. The best dressed women shop . at THE LITTLE SHOP 320 West 12th St., Hazleton Adv. LAWRENCE'S BARBER SHOP 20 Years Experience ROUTE 93, NEAR ROCK GLEN ROAD In Beautiful Conyngham Valley LET'S GO FD C C I PURSE SIZE "niDDEN MAGIC" HAIR SPRAY KlCI with EACH ORDER OF 12 CUT PIZZA $1.00 CABBAGE or POTATO PIE on Special Today OPEN 4 P. M. to 11 P. M. Deliveries next Tues., Thurs., Sat. RON GERLACII and BARBARA ZNACIIKO INVITE YOU TO THE B&R PIZZA . . . FOR THE BEST TREATS IN TOWN!! Mrs. Kadysewski Former WHHS Teacher Dies Mrs. Anthony Kadysewski, 53, sni North Broad street. West Hazleton. a former West Hazleton Hidh Srhnnl teacher, died at 10:45 o'clock yesterday morning at the St. .ToseDh Hosnital. The former Helen Anna Gonsio rowski sh was born m West Hazleton, the daughter of Mrs Josephine Gonsiorowski and th( late Edward Gonsiorowski, and re sided in West Hazleton all her life She was a graduate of Pennsyl vania State University and taught in the West Hazleton schools from 1937 to 1947. She was a member the Transfiguration Church, Theresa's and Altar and Rosary Societies of that parish and of the Transfieuration PTA. Surviving are her husband, who owns and operates a food market in the borough; three children: Jo Ann, a student nurse at Geisinger Medical Center, and a former Hazleton Junior Miss: Anthony. Jr. and Edward, both at home; her mother, West Hazleton and a num ber of nieces and nenhews. The funeral will be held from the Grontkowski Funeral Home, 99 West Green street, West Hazleton, at 8:30 a.m. Friday, with solemn reauiem mass at 9 o clock m Transfiguration Church and inter ment in the parish cemetery. Friends mav call this evpnine from 7 to 9 o'clock, and tomorrow 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Girl Struck by Car In Tair' Condition A 12-year-old Hazleton girl was in fair condition yesterday in St. Joseph Hospital, where she is be ing treated for injuries suffered when she ran into the path of a car on Church street on Monday. Josephine Ann Chicalese of i North Church street was admitted to the hospital yesterday, when Dr. August Ciotola determined that the child had suffered a fracture of the collarbone. The girl was treated in the dispensary the day of the accident for abrasions of the knees and injury to the left shoulder and then re leased for an examination later in the day by Dr. Ciotola. Cruiser man Richard DiLiberto reported Miss Chicalese was struck by a car being driven south on Church by Bernice Ann Dozeskie of Beaver Meadows. Class of 1950 Sets May 20 as Deadline The deadline to make reserva tions for the Hazleton High School class of 1950 reunion has been extended to May 20, Frank Stancato, president, has announced. Class members are urged to make their reservations with any member of the committee or with William Shull, Hazleton National Bank building. The reunion will take place in the Twilight Room of the Niagara Lounge on May 27, beginning at 6:30 p.m. Dancing will follow the program. BiUy Gall Hurt as Car Rolls Over William Gall, East Mine street, was admitted to the Coaldale Hos pital last night with body bruises suffered when his car flipped over along Lafayette street in Tama qua. Gall, who is employed at the Laurel Garage at Cedar and Green streets, this city, was injured when the two left wheels of his car smashed into a dirt embankment causing the vehicle to roll over, Tamaqua police said. He was employed as doorman at several local theatres prior to entering the armed forces in the 1940s. MEETING THURSDAY American Legion Post 76 will meet Thursday at 8 p. m. at the post home, it was announced by Dr. Albert Harvey, commander. Plans for the installation nf nffirPTx will be discussed, and plans for ureaier uazieton veterans' Asso ciation banauet on Saturttav ning at Stan Genetti's Pennsylvanic Koom win ne announced. A mm ber of committee reports will be neara. Monuments and Markers Designed according to your specifications in our own modern factory. PA. MONUMENT CO. Boundary at McNalr St. PHONE 454-2621 Open 7 AM. to 9 PM. Sat. & Sun. Afternoons Open 1:00 To 6:00 P.M. 3 W. DIAMOND AVENUE HAZLETON 454-3151 TODAY'S SPECIALS!! GOOD!, Police Arrest Driver After a 9n.vpar-old Kelavres driver was arrested at 1 o'clock yesterday aftomnnn after he led city police on a wild chase which reportedly hit sneeds of 85 miles an hour. The accused, who will be sent a summons for driving too fast for conditions, wts identified by police as Joseph Pacelli, of 17 First street, Kelayres. Cruiserman Roberi Lehman said that while on a routine patrol near Hazleton High School he spotted a I9fi3 Chevrolet traveling east on Ninth street at a high rate of speed. Lehman said he tried to stop tne driver, but he sped east on Ninth street to Perry court, north on Ebervale Old Memorial Day Committees W ... . j i i if. Went After Deer, But Forgot Rifle District Game Protector Robert Nolf of Conyngham had this report published in the Game News: "During the antlerless season, a hunter was sitting in his car watching some hunters drive deer out of the woods on Farm Game Project 187. "His gun was standing against a tree and he was watching with field glasses when three deer came out and sneaked along a fence-row. "He knew where he could intercept them so he quickly drove to this spot and there they stood in easy range. He eased out of the car and without taking his eyes off the deer, reached in for his gun. "He reached . . . and reached . . . then, with a helpless feeling, realized that the rifle was still standing against the tree a quarter-mile behind him!" Musky Fishing Opens Sat. Thousands of Pennsylvania anglers will converge on their favorite warm water fishing spots when the Commonwealth muskellunge, northern pike, pickerel and walleye season opens Saturday at 12:01 a. m., according to Robert J. Bielo, executive director of the Pennsylvania Fish Commission. The season on these species extends to midnight, March 14, 1968. Bielo said that if water and weather conditions are favorable, some real lunkers are expected to be caught. He said the Commission's warm water stocking and management program has put these freshwater heavyweights within easy driving distance of every Commonwealth angler. Opening day facts: Pickerel and Walleye, 12:01 a.m., May 6, 1967, to midnight, March 14, 1968, minimum 15 inches, limit 6 (each species); Muskellunge, 12:01 a. m., May 6, 1967, to mid night, March 14, 1968, minimum 15 inches, daily limit 6 (each species); Muskellunge, season same as Pickerel and Walleye, minimum 30 inches, limit 2; and Northern Pike, season same as Pickerel and Walleye, ""minimum 24 inches, daily limits 2. V Except in following counties where minimum size is 20 inches and creel limit is 6: Erie, Craw ford, Warren, Forest, Mercer, Ven ango, Lawrence, Butler, Clarion and Jefferson. MIRROR STOLEN Monica M. Yurek, 99 Alter street, reported to city police this morning that the rear view mirror on the left side of her car was stolen some time between midnight and 8 a.m. today. She said the mirror is valued at $6.30. Republicans Vote Thos. R. Cipriano for School Director. Region 4, Wards 11-1, 12-1, 12-2, 12,3, 12-4 Adv. GEO. T. DEEB COAL . S&h Green Stamps on Delivery PHONE 454-1192 26 Years of Courteous Service 'f NED TH - Jl ALL NEW SEMI-GLOSS LATEX ENAMEL ZS RESISTS STAINING I CHIPPING 1 COAT HIDING MOST SURFACES SOAP AND WATER CLEAN-UP MARY CARTER PAINTS & FRANKS LOCKSMITH SHOP "Keys Made Without Keys" 118 N. Wyo. St. Ph. 455-5311 Daily 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wed. & Fri. 8:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. BEEF and BREW 700 West Broad St. 454-7100 Kelayres Wild Chase Perry court to 10th street, west on 10th to Carson, north on Carson to 23rd street, west on 23rd to Laurel, north on Laurel to Route 940 where he headed in the direction of Eber-vale in Hazle Township. A state police roadblock set up on Route 940 for truck inspections, prevented Pacelli from traveling any further on this highway, so he cut off onto a back road where he was finally nabbed with the assistance of state police, Lehman said. While on Route 940, Pacelli passed several cars in double-yellow line zones, hitting speds up to 85 miles an hour, the local officer said. Timers Pick Committees for the annual May 30 exercises were named at a re. cent meeting of the Ebervale Old Timers Club held at Valient's Bar, Ebervale. It was pointed out at the meeting that this year's Memorial Day pro gram will have a special signifi cance as it win marK me oin an niversary of the Ebervale Honor Roll Monument. Following are the committees: Program Michael Viechec, Joseph Viechec and Edward McGee-han. Refreshment Michael Osif, Leo Dobash, Peter Sabol and John Sippel. Ground Joseph Berlanda, George Holan and Leo Dobash. Traffic Edward Gasper and George Holan. The ceremonies honoring the Ebervale area fallen war heroes as well as the living veterans of all wars will be held on May 28. The next meeting will be held May 23 at 7 p. m. at Valient's, at which time plans will be made to have the ground in shape and other business completed in connection with the exercises. Tickets for the annual banquet will also be distributed. Rev. Swank Apppinted To Littlestown Charge Rev. Charles R. Swank, student pastor at the Audenried and Jean-esville Methodist churches since July, 1965, has been named the student supply pastor of the Methodist Church in Littlestown. His appointment, which becomes effective June 1, was announced by Rev. Dr. Charles A. L. Bickell, superintendent of the Sunbury District of the Central Pennsylvania Conference of the Methodist Church, under authorization of Bishop Newell S. Booth, Harris-burg. Rev. Swank will be graduated from Bloomsburg State College next month and, in September, will begin a three-year course of study in theology at the Wesley Theological Seminary, Washington, D.C. Prior to being assigned to the Audenried and Jeanesville churches, he was a student pastor for two years for the Talmar Methodist Charge. Tannery Gun Club To Discuss Project The Tannery Rod and Gun Club will meet Sunday at 1 o'clock, at the Hickory Run Youth Forestry Camp. This meeting will concern the ringneck raising program by the boys at the camp, it was reported by Secretary Howard McCluskey. Phone 455 0521 for PLESCE'S NEAPOLITAN PIZZERIA 6 Cuts Sausage 6 Cuts Scumutz $1.20 64 N. Locust St. CARMEN'S Italian-American Restaurant 44 East Broad Street TODAY'S SPECIAL Stuffed Pork Chop Apple QQ Sauce Veg., Roll, Bev. JuL ANGELA PIZZERIA Joe Barletta, Owner Try Our SPECIALTY PIZZA Sausage, Anchovies, Pepperoni, Onions, Sausage & Mushrooms, and Peppers. 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