Standard-Speaker from Hazleton, Pennsylvania on December 5, 1963 · Page 36
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Hazleton, Pennsylvania
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Thursday, December 5, 1963
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Jft U..U... tl..j..j r...i... tl I-.. 10A3I Rotary Sees Steel Film 'Modern Steel Making," a U. S. Steel Company film, was shown at yesterday's Hazleton Rotary Club meeting at the Hotel Altamont. William Patterson, p r o g r a m chairman, was assisted by Art Levan of U. S. Steel. First Vice President Howard Lohrke presided at yesterday's meeting in the absence of Presi-j dent Auerbach. Paul Cerula, reservation- chair- man for Rotary's Christmas party, announced that Saturday noon will be the deadline for reservations,: and asked their ticket members to contact captains. The party1 will be held Tuesday, December 10, at b:ju p. m., at ine vanoy coun - Frank S. Strite, William sport, was a guest at yesterday's meet ing. Area Hunters Who Kill Deer The following reports of deer; R. C. Slovak Church at 9 a. ni In-, kills were reported yesterday: jtcrment will be in the Calvary. Wes Matchick, Jeddo, spiked Cemetery, Drums. Friends may buck, 87 pounds, between Jeddo call today 7 to 9 p. m. and Friday; and Ebervale. ;2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p m. John Meyers, RD 1 Weatherly five points, 125 pounds, Tunnel Mountain. John Coleman, Williamsport, four points, 110 pounds, Bear Creek. Glenn Butler, 641 East Muir avenue, six points, 125 pounds, Porter's Swamp. Richard Yanoski, Stockton Nc. 7, 4-point, 160 pounder, Honey Hole. John Higgins, street, 67-pound Sniders Swamp. 805 North Vine soike buck at It was his first deer kill in 27 years of hunting. Robert Champion, 204 Hill street, Jeanesville, 134 pounds, three-point, on Broad Mountain. Bernard G. Rebarchak, 774 Roosevelt street, 120 pounds, four-point, on Conyngham Mountain. James Bishop, 711 North Vine street, five-point buck at Weston. Evelyn Kohut, 905 East Diamond avenue, an eight-point buck at Wes ton. George Kibler, 529 Putnam street, West Hazleton, three-point, 115-pound buck on the Spring Moun - (ajn Michael Slavik, 231 North 4th ! ctroot uw Tfo-riot cnii-o h,.L- ! 125 pounds, Rock Gle'n. ' i cfni,Dn sia,vir Vn-th FiJ ton court, 5-pount, 125-pound, Rock Glen. John Wayno, 146 West rrnt ! street, McAdoo, 8 point, 130-pound, j ; Jellycake Mountain, near McAdoo Ernie Kuehn, of Drums RD l. five-point buck, 125 pounds, North St Johns ' " Keith Ulshafer. Weston, 8 points, 185 pounds, on Nuremberg Moun - tain. Philip Roman, Jr., 512 Main street, Weatherly, spike buck, 100 pounds, on Buck Mountain. Jim Stevens, New Britain, Conn., 10 points, 140 pounds, in Columbia County. He is visiting Mr. and; Mrs. Darwin Pearce in Mountain! Grove. j Stephen Helosky, Jr., Chester, d points, 130 pounds, Gowen Mountain. Harry Hutton, Rock Glen, 7 points, 13m pounds, Mountain Grove. Dalbert Hutlon, Nescopeck, It points, 146r:i pounds, Mountain Grove. Melvin Lutz, Mountain Grove, 6;Vnco Tn,iQ a,i .1,,, w.;f points, 99 pounds, Nescopeck Moun tain. Gerald Brior, Rock Glen. C points, 120 pounds, Mountain Grove. Carl points, tain. Eckrote, Rock Glen, 3 110 pounds, Gowen Moun- Byron Keller, Rock points, 120 pounds. Glen, -1 Mountain Grove. Henry Pangrazzi, Sheprton, spike buck, 125 pounds, Girard Manor. Larry Luchi, Sr., 601 North Broad street. West Hazleton. eight-point, 150 pounds, Sullivan County. Steve DaBuda, Sheppton. six-point, 135 pound buck, yesterday near Sheppton, DIF.S OF INJIRII S POTTSVILLE, Pa. (AP Albert J. Pranscavage, 50. of Minersville, crushed recently under a lift at a garage in nearby Schuylkill Haven, died in Good Samaritan Hospital Wednesday. He was a bachelor. Death Notices EVERETT - At Wilkes Barre. December 2, Mrs. Emma M. Everett, wife of Dr. S. A. Everett, of S'2 Washing. on street, Freeland ; Private funeral services at the convenience of the family from the Cotteral! Funeral Home. Freeland. Interment will be in St. John's Cemetery, St. Johns. The family has expressed the de-fire that there will be no viewing MARTIN At Danville, Tuesday. December 3rd, Mrs. Anna li. (Yeager) Martin, aced 91 Years, widow of Mr. George H. Martin. Funeral (Private) Friday from the Krapf & Hughes Funeral Home, at the convenience of the family. Interment in the Vin.' Street Cemetery. No public view- ing. Krapf L Hughes, funeral d:- lectors. ZOEEL At St. Joseph Hofpital, Tuesday, December 3rd. Mr Herman W. Zobel, of 12 Howard avenue, Conyngham, forinerlv U West Hazleton. husband of Mr. Edith (Good) Zobel. funeral irom lunesi aavamage ex- the Krapf & Hughes Funeral perience and skills of my staff. Home Fridav at 1:30 with services augmented by the staff of other at 2 p.m. in the West Hazleton agencies under my control. Trinity Lutheran Church. Inter-' "Utilizing this staff, the Sec-ment In Elan Memorial Par' retary of Administration will Friend are invited to call Thur- prepare recommendations for dy evening between 7 and 9 my review and approval and for Krapf & Hughes, funeral direc action, as appropriate, by the tors. i executive board." Deaths MRS. GEORGE KIXHAK Mrs. Mary (Podlesny) Kuchar, wife of Georee Kuchar, Sr., 788 Lafavette court, died suddenly' Wednesday at 11:50 a. m. I she was born in Hazleton, a! daughter of the late Andrew ar.d j Mary (Yurkanin) Podlesny and. 'had resided in this city all her life. gne was a member of the Holy! Trinity R. C. Slovak Church. j she was preceded in death by i 'the following brother? and a sis-! ,er An(ireW) George, John, Joseph! pocjiosny and Mrs. Catherine IIy- dock c,; ., unr George Sr. and two children: George Jr. of Llizabetmown Pa. Mrs. Fred (Alice) Fee of Harris- ;. ., Clirviv:n ar p,..infi. tho fnllnwini? hrothrrsi land sisters: Thomas Podlesny,; i West Hazleton: Michael Podlesny,! Hazleton; Mrs. Anna tenor, Hazleton; Peter Podlesny, Sugarloaf; j Mrs. Susan Hardos, Dunmorc. The funeral will be held SiUir-; day at 8:30 a. m. from the Bonin' I Funeral Home, Second Street e ntrance. Requiem high mass will, ihe celebrated in the Holy Trinity! MRS. JOHN ILL1G Mrs. John Wig. 81, of 121 West Penn street, Mahanoy City, the. former Irene Pounder of Hazleton,; died yesterday in the Good Samar-! itan Hospital, Pottsville. j While living in Hazleton, Mrs. Illig was an active member of. Trinity Evangelical Lutheran f'hurrh and she also served as a; president ot tne Advance uuo ui the city's YMCA. Her husband died lu years agx Survivors include two sisters, Helen and Lillian, with whom she resided, and two brothers, Robert and William, both of Seattle. Wash.: The funeral will be held at 11; a. m. Saturday in Pottsville. MRS. CHARLES MASTELLER j Mrs. Charles Masteller, 224 West ; Fourth street, Bloomsburg, formerly of Rock Glen, died Wednes day at 2 p.m. at the Bloomsburg j Hospital, ! Born in Sugaiioaf Valley she w;s :,he formcr Sula Johnson. She was la member of the Mt. Grove Luth- cran murcn. Surviving are her husband ! and 'J following children: Leonard, Paul and Mrs. Doris Hess, Blooms- burg; and Russell, Conyngham. There are nine grandchildren and the following brothers and sisters: ! ;''. oicna r leiciiei-, am. iiurry I U nn. aI 11.,- TU 'l ".ulII f" l a"lsnow nurnes over tne V , V ' , 7 , i ? ertsv ; Clair Johnson an:1 1 j:rs- IIaro'd Bankcs, Rock Glen, I Viewn8 . wj" ,be, Friday 7 to 9: iP:"1; at the Rlsllt'l funeral Home, I Market street, Bloomsburg. neral services will be held Satur- day afternoon at 2 o'clock. Inter-1 High Thursday 28 to 36. Low ment will be in the New RosemontiThursday night 24 to 30. Friday cemetery, Espy. : partly cloudy with a few snow MICHAEL J. RACIIKISS j Michael J. Rachkiss, 49, of 724 ; East Market St., Danville, a n?t:ve of Cranberry, died Tuesday morn ing at Geisinger Medical Center, Danville. He had been ill for the past three months. He was an em- occasional snow flurries Thurs-ploye of the Danville plant of dai'- H'Sh Thursday mainly in Thompson Inc. ;th(-' 30s. Born Oct. 10, 1914 in Cranberrv. he was the son of the late John1 and Elizabeth Rachkiss. He wasi Fire and Hose Comnanv, Danville Surviving are a son, Michael, Jr., serving with the U. S. Air Force in Illinois; three sisters: Mrs. Minnie Green and Mrs. Margaret Paterick, both of Hazleton; and Mrs. Annie Tokack. Bloomsburg; and four grandchildren. Requiem mass will be celebrated at 9 a. m. Saturday in St. Joseph's Church, Danville, with interment in Calvary Cemetery, Drums. Friends may call at the Fermier Funeral Home, 2 Walnut street. Danville, Friday evening from 7 to 9. JAMES H. NEIFERT James II. Neifert, 44, of New Kinygold. brother of Mrs. Russell Gernert, Barnesville, died Tuesday at Pottsville Hospital. A member of the New Ringgold i Borough Council, he is survived I by his wife, a son. three bro.herf, four sisters and one grandchild. The funeral will be held Saturday at 1:30 p.m. from the Snyder I uneral Home, Snvders. Efficiency Study Starts lu Harrisburg HARRISBURG (AP) tary of Administration grain was directed Scranton Wednesday Secre-John In-by Gov. to beuin an immediate efficiency study of all departments and agencies under the governor's control. Scranton, in making public a memorandum he sent to all administrative and agency heads, said the purpose of the study is to streamline the organization anci improve the oncratin cf- fk-it-ncy of state governme" nt. be conducted lor the most part on a do-it-vourse 1 b;isis. mili? lb, tHv ,1 u , f the temple in the celebration of yesterday took Peter Yeshmond. ir'r'r!" ,h the Chanukah sabbath. , Harleigh Terrace, and John Red- Thti ifr.n,ni. c,;.l 1 ... V . 7 ". ' On Sunday morning, uecemoer winsKi, narrison sireei. iiume 1 expect that this StudV Will ..... .... r..v,l .,nH tho f. ct l.,conh Jlnsnifil- .inH Today's Events In Local Area Women's American Institute of Banking, Stanley Genetti's Tyrolean Room, Christmas party, 6:30 p. m. Hazleton Women's Bingo Club, Christmas party, Stanley Genetti's Tyrolean Room, 8:30 p. m. Greater Hazleton Community Park Corporation, board of directors, C. of C. Rooms, 4 p. m. East Union Township Schoal Board, Sheppton Elementary School, 7:30 p. m. Hazleton Lions Club, Hotel Altamont, 6:15 p. m. Hazleton Post No. 76, American Legion, 8 p. in. Prudenza Lodge No. 50 elec-tio n-f officers, I.S.I). A. Rooms, 8 p. m. Hazleton Public Housing Authority, special meeting, authority offices, 4:30 p. m. West Hazleton Council, special meeting, 7:30 p. m. Oscar Shafer Post No. 560, American Legion, at Valley Vets in Conyngham, 8 p. m. Greater Hazleton Sewer Au-thoriiv, Citv Hall, 7 p. m. Cadette Club, YWCA, 6:30 p.m. Cadette cabinet and sewing class, YWCA, 7:30 p.m. Senior canteen, YWCA, 8 p.m. YMCA pool, beginners swimming, 7 p.m.; junior and senior life saving, 8 p.m.; and adult beginners swimming, 9 p.m. Mary-Martha Circle of St. Paul's Methodist Church, meeting, church social rooms, 10 a.m.; Christmas session, 2 p.m. Martha Bible Class of Lattimer Methodist Church, Christmas bazaar, social rooms of the church, 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Hazleton Garden Club. Y'WCA. workshop, 10:30 a.m.; luncheon, noon; and Christmas meeting, 1:30 p.m. St. Joseph's BVM Sodality, meeting, today. Hazleton Licensed Practical Nurses Assn., Christmas party, N'qara Lounge, today. Dr. Esterly Bible Class of Christ Lu'.heran Church, Christmas oarty, today. BVM Sodality of Holy Trinity-Slovak Church, meeting, parish hall, 7:30 p.m. Pennsylvania Weather Eastern Pennsylvania Partly cloudy and continued cold Thursday - and Thursday night with occasional snow flurries over higher terrain. Highest in the 30s north to low 40s south. Lowest Thursday night in the ,sus. r naay partly ciouciy witn CI. moun- ldl"s- ! Western Pennsylvania Most- j ly cloudy with occasional light! snow or snow flurries Thursday , and Thursday night. Little tern- Fu-perature change Thursday but , mt nuito sn rnlrf Thursrlav niaht flurries and little change in tempe - ratiin' ZONES Middle Upper Susquehanna, Poconos Variable cloudiness continued seasonably cold with Clianuko to Be Observed Chanuko, a holiday which has been observed by Jews all over thp wnrlH fnr twn thniKnnr) vpnr will begin at sundown Dec. 10th. Chanuko is also called the "Festival of Lights". Jews everywhere commemorate it by lighting candles for eight days in memory ol their struggle for religious freedom during the tyrannical reit;n of the Graeco-Syrian emperor Antiochus Epiphanes, in 165 B.C.E. The events which Chanuko com memorates are factual. Its origins are not lost in antiquity, but close - Iv linked with the history of the Greek Near Eastern Empire which, nt th. nVath of Alexander the wn,i,wi f,v. iintiovn A:-ia :. ii.:.. t ia 10 .mm uiern Hiiica, 111 an ui-, tempt to fuse his realm into an homogenous kingdom. Antiochus demanded total political and religious loyalty to Greek culture frjin all the national and religious groups under his dominance. Jews were forbidden, under penalty of death, to observe any of the precepts of Judaism. They delied Antiochus. and from their rebellion emerged the first martyrs for freedom of conscience in recorded history. The holiday will be observed at Beth Israel Tcmrde on Friday eve- nin iwimher 13th. with a Fam- ily Worship Chanuko Service. The temple youth group religious :.-.. tUn ,.knir.,ir,nLliin ( Miss Janice S.olboff, has written, .... an original seiui" mr uns iu. occasion. TYG members will con- meet with an immediate and lav-duct the service, and the sermon, orable public. "Youth's Dedication", will be giv-1 "With the hope that it will re-k,. i nnnnivi tiihnrft nrosirinnt of pnii-A vnur annroval. and thanking u.. ." ,u .... i , tut: juuui giuui'. The Chanukah Candle Blessing will be chanted by students of the Hebrew department of the temple. Students of the Zion United Church of Ashland, Pa., will be visiting the temple on this sabbath of Chanukah, and will be the guests ' I.mi. uic iniKi'His ohm i.v.i. .. ww.- mii congregation will participate in the Mrs. Francis Alcaro. 650 Lafayette annual Chanukah party. A play court, and Ben Dubinsky, 121 entitled "What's Chanukah With-! South Church street, to the State out a Play?", will be presented by -General Hospital. the temple thespians under thej s direction of Ann Ackerman. Other STOLEN TRUCK RECOVERED presentations will be given by the! p0rd pickup truck, owned by students of the kindergarten, 1st, 'Luther Lauderman. 403 West and 3rd grades. ,Oak street and reported stolen Following the community sing, form Locust and Hemlock street traditional Chanukah refreshments 1 on December 1, was recovered will be served. i yesterday in Ringtown. Luzerne County To Hold Line on The Luzerne County Commissioners reiterated yesterday their stand to hold the line on expenditures un'il they see how things stand in the matter of tax receipts The present commissioners, Jar-rett W. Jennings, J. Bowden Northrup and Edmund J. McCul-lough, go out of office January 6. This factor was pointed up at their meeting at the courthouse yesterday when Jennings and Mc-Cullough told Atty. Frank Town-end, head of the county's Civil Defense, that money presently is not available for the purchase of 230 metal posts on which evacuation signs are to be hung. Commissioner Northrup is recuperating al home from an illness and was absent. Attorney Townend told the com missioners that the Civil De'ense! unit had borrowed about 50 metal! I posts from Wilkes-Barre and hasi , posted evacuation route signs in various par s of the county. How ever, ne added, the city will not loan out any more posts. Unless Civil Defense is authorized to purchase them, the evacuation signs won't be posted that is, those still remaining said Townend. Commissioner Jennings announced that all purchases by the county have been stopped due to the county's '"financial condition" except for emergency needs. However, he added, the Civil Defense requisition for the posts will be kept on hand and a release for the purchase given as soon as possible. He said the situation would be reviewed within a week or two. "Our receipts are lower than anticipated," commented Jennings. "We don't want to spend if we do nt have to." Townend showed dissatisfaction with the commissioners' stand and stated "I'd like to set the signs up." He added that the supplier would be willing to hold off sending a bill until next year. It was brought out that plans call for having George Dennis, West Wyoming, supply 250 metal posts at total cost of.$647.5u. Attorney Townend also stated that the General Accounting Office of the Federal Government is seek- I ing return of $4,300 from Civil De- unit had not qualified for such ; payment at the time it had received the monies. The government refuses to recog- Wants Flag Flown From Courthouse A Dallas area man would like to sce tnc American flag flown from the dome of the Luzerne County courthouse a practice hat Ras been abandoned for so many years lew persons can remember when it last was done. The following letter was read at the meeting of the Luzern. County Commissioners yesterday morning. It is from George E. Shepherd, 68 Saginaw street, Old Goss Manor, Dallas. "Gentlemen: "For more than sixty-years County of Luzerne have viewed, the residents of the progressive with pride, the fine courthouse which represents them and which, j by its proportions and appropriate architecture, fittingly represents 1 them as electors of the third larg-' est of Pennsylvania's sixty-seven : counties. j "A progressive and cultural 1 local citizenry has met with note worthy success in its efforts to at- tract persons to Wyoming Valley by highlighting its beauty and rich; Historical background. "Since one of the chief entrances to me neart 01 tne city or Wilkes- Carre is from the West Side, and I the western approach to the Market street bridge, the first an 1 striking view to residents and visitors is o'. a stately building Ihe SsqueluVnnrRr; wh river sweeps into the city "The absence of either finial or fag surmounting the full, rounded dome above an imposing public building immediately catches the eve. It is z fit tin 2 and Di'ODcr nlaee tor "Clfl c. nrv ' and Inr ahich nn w- --j - other location may be substituted "But no staff or flag is there." "It appeared that for reasons of economy, when the original staff was destroyed by a storm and with the cost of daily servicing of the fla 2, it would not be replaced Neither staff nor finial was ever substituted. The unsightly stub alone remained to mar the appearance of this fine dome. "In the large sum now being expended for a much needed rehabilitation of the building and the grounds, and which it is your duty and privilege to supervise, I feel ' satisfied that your favorable re com-isponse to this request for a re ' rJannmnnt nf thn flagstaff nflH fin ial on the dome of the Luzerne f,.i ,... win nn fail tn v-uuiuj vuu. u.viu-- . -, i -nn f.n. oo oarlv nnsidprntion aSlfnu -j - your time may make possible," I remain, Sincerely, GEORGE E. SHEPHERD." AMBULANCE CALLS Hazleton Community Ambulance Commissioners Expenditures nize that Civil Defense expendi tures around the year 1959 tor payment of certain personnel also qualified under the category of training expenses. At that time, the local Civil Defense was not under Civil Service. It was stated the problem is a legal one and had best be taken up with the coumy solicitor, J. Earl Langan. Congressman Daniel J Flood is to be asked for assistance and consultation in the matter. Total of temporary loans outstanding and due the end of this month by the county is $500,000. Of this, $50,000 is still owed th Miners National Bank of Wilkes-Barre at 2.25 per cent interest Balance of $450,000 is at 1.9 per cent. Tax Money Received Paul Hallas Hazleton City treasurer yesterday sent to the county a check for sum of $12,000 representing collection of county taxes. Tuesday the county received a check for county taxes collected in sum of $161,000 from the Wilkes-Barre City treasurer. Controller Yanoshak also announced the county anticipates a check of $309,90T from the Slate as its share of liquid fuels tax revenues. The county's general fund, as rcDorted bv Controller Stephen Yanoshak and Treasurer Dr. Peter i cn:r , , . J. Casterline, totals currently L M"- Bba Pa ucek- 410 Fine 8228,311.79. However, to this is toiCrcst Road- omstown. be added the $120,000 received! Mrs. Frances Alcaro, 650 Lafay- from Hazleton City. Bruce E. Renard, Box 332, Har- veys Lake, resigned from the mapping division of the Assessors' o'fice, effective December 1, due to ill health. Loan For Bridge Job The commissioners approved the recommendation of County Engineer Bernard J. Gallagher to accept offer of a loan of $7,560 from thelStreet. Northeastern National Bank of Wilkes-Barre relative to project of resurfacing the Plymouth-Breslau Bridge. Addy Asphalt has the contract for the work. Approval was also given by the commissioners to pay not more than $1,650 property damages in connection with State construction of the highway in Kingstun and Franklin Townships. Total estim ated property damages set by the State is $33,000. The county, on request of Atty. E. Walter Samuel, released whatever claims it might have to a 500-foot long section of road, between old East End boulevard and Route 115, in Bear Creek Township. Atty. Samuel, township solicitor, told the commissioners the township wants to make the road part of its system. Personals (Readers are invited to submit personal items for this column by phone, in person or by mail.) Mrs. Harold Walton, of 114 South Cedar street, has returned home after spending the Thanksgiving holidays visiting her son and his family, Robert Schell, and her daughter and her family, Mrs. A. J. Gonda, in South Boundbrook, N. J. Mr. and Mrs. Willaim Fisher, 475 West Broad street, will move to Philadelphia on Saturday. The'dio Corp. of America is movine Fishers were formerly in the candy i Fishers were formerly in the candy some' facilities out of Camden, i .1,;. m- ivJJv t I T" """" b k TV , v' s:i1ri Sunday, was buried yester- is employed as a candymaker by of lower wage scales and lacklHav frnm iha t, .7 ' . now MaiH Cn Ph -iHolnha I jnia. Mr. and Mrs. John Zokovitch,! Dan Arnold, chairman of the former residents of this city, re-jRCA Conference Board for the turned to their home in Morris-! international Union of Electri- ville after visiting their son and' dauahter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Rob-; ert Zokovitch and family, port, Grand Bahama Island. Zoko- vitch is employed by U. S. Steel International Ltd., Zokovitch is the Freeport. Mrs. former Mane Marolo, daughter of Samuel Maro-jif look into a' microscope lo, 320 East Diamond avenue, bu-; wont fin(J one wRh twQ zanne Smith accompanied heri years' service" crandDarents on the trip. John, ' , ... , tX j y, nntb Ait.-1 street, underwent surgery yester- u, ..... Aire irnt n wllivpr u 4 t 1.. f r;' vv liuainspoi 1, luimt'iiji ui iiulu.ii street, this city, are visiting relatives and friends here for a few days. Mrs. Welliver attended the Tresslcr-Welliver Christmas party at the Hotel Altamont last evening. She was formerly the teacher of the Welliver Class of St. Paul's Methodist Church. , STATE GENERAL HOSPITAL: Mrs. Frank Kennedy, 399 South a son to Mr. and Mrs. Francis Poplar street, is a patient at the pugliese, 203 South Wyoming street. Mercy Hospital, Wilkes-Barre. The mother is the former Theresa Ryba. DISPENSARY CASES i A son to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Treated at the State General Katona, Jr., 37 East Dia-Hospital dispensary yesterday mond avenue. Prior to marriage were: John Mulligan, 141 First the mother was Sandra Penkala. street, Oneida; Barbara Evert, 318 ! - - . East Chestnut street. Anthony Am- orose, rear 209 West Sherman street, McAdoo; Robert Motsay, H5 Main street, Conyngham; Frances Alcaro, 650 Lafayette court; George Robinson, Hazleton Hotel; Lilly Mae Price, 204 West (Grant street, McAdoo. DIAL 453-0521 for Plesce NEAPOLITAN PIZZA FREE Delivery Service 61 . Locust Street 13 Cut Scumutz $1.00 DIAL 455-1771 CIGARETTE MACHINE SERVICE REX Vending Company 108 North Wyoming St. CAN-DO Opens Industrial Park Reports From Admissions STATE GENERAL HOSPITAL: Admissions Mrs. Bertha Kilner, 124 East Chestnut street. Pasquale Galluch, 426 West ! Green street. vua -one, i x.:i stmit street Rebecca Jaffe, 124 East Chestnut street. Naomi Jaffe, 124 East Chestnut street. Mrs. Helen Miller, 126 East Chestnut street. Benjamin Dubinsky, 121 South Church street. Anita Roman, 242 West Rerner avenue. Andrew Pollock, rear 22 Hancock street, McAdoo. Mrs. Lorraine Ann Boyarski, 722 North Laurel street. Mrs. Effie Gallagher, White Hav- ette court. Rachel Sheridan, 203 Ridge avenue. West Hazleton. Carol Mae Horn, Ebervale. Discharges Johanna Wisenmiller, 76 Maple street, Tresckow. Josephine Braddock, 91 Main street, Highland. Dolores Potucek. 1033 Alter Gladys Younker, 315 First street, Weatherly. Anna Bradish, 504 Hemlock street, Freeland. Paul Balone, 620 Carbon street, Freeland. Elen Marzik, 1107 School street, Freeland. Deborah Murin, 101 South Wyoming street. Roy Stegna, 1230 Walnut street, Freeland. Anthony Brotzman, RD2 Drums. Rocco Ferrarra, 509 Centre Mieei, rieeiaiiu. I Place, who died Sunday, was bur- GEISINGER MEDICAL CENTER: iied yesterday from the Krapf Admissions and Hughes Funeral Home. Mrs. Clara A. O'Grodnick, Parkj Rev. J. Paul Taylor, pastor of Crest, Barnesville. - . St. Paul's Meihodist Church, con- Mrs. Florence Disabella, 30 West Main street, Ringtown. Mrs. Minnie Citro, 404 Fern street, Freeland. Mrs. Helen Y. Alexander, 72 Main street, Conyngham. I Vincent Skeba, 115 East Chapel 1 street. John J. Grula, 124 South Ridge street, Freeland. Labor Leader Scores RCA On Transfers WASHINGTON (AP) A labor .leader said Wednesday the Ra- some' facilities out of Camden, f ,.r,i0 in ..,co r ral Wnrkprs. sairl rnmnanv rn. ur Frec-!term employes who are beinir term employes who are being laid off at Camden. ffe said RCA has already hired 958 ernpi0yes at its new Mi t.anHs ia ni.t hut re ffll 3 Ul AC1V1LC, 111." SU1U. Arnold told a meeting on Cam- den unemployment in the office of Sen. Clifford P. Case, R-N.J that hp plannod tQ djscuss com Pany policy at a meeting with 111a11aK.111.1n iai.1 this week. Arnold said wage scales at Meadow cents an Camden. Lands arc 20 to 50 hour below those at Births PIZZA TODAY'S SPECIAL $1.00 One with Cheese and One with Sausage or Mushrooms NEAPOLITAN BAKERY 101 E. Holly Street Phone 454-8881 or 455-0211 FREE DELIVERY PIEROHI SALE FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6th From 11 a.m. to S p.m. at-ST. JOSEPH'S CAFETERIA 5th & Laurel Sts. Call 454 9048 Beautiful WAVES Special Perms, $5 Other Perms, $6 and up Complete Beauty Service LENA'S Beauty Shoppe "Over Dottle's" 9 E. Broad St. 454 3936 Area Hospitals Discharges ST. JOSEPH HOSPITAL: Admissions Mrs. Barbara Ccpin, 341 East Kiefer avenue. Joseph Humenick, 642 East Diamond avenue. Mro Mai-in C. oil . aYnr 17 U'oit Harley Henning, White Haven. Mrs. Catherine McCole, 25 Maple street, Tresckow. Mrs. Sophie Ashman, RD 2, Drums. Mrs. Sonia Cimino, 106 Butler avenue, Conyngham. Edward Allen, 314 West Broad street. Mary Brislin, 520 Lincoln street. Mrs. Catherine Warkola, RD 1, Hazleton. Mrs. Sara Cadden, 201 West Mill street, Nesquehoning. Mrs. Carmella Garcia, 695 Mon-ges street. Mrs. Mae Mussoline, 801 North Locust street. William Helkcr, 43 Franklin sireet, Weatherly. John DeBalso, Hazle Village. John Gaffney, Calbeth Plare. Emidio Topito, East Side Boro, White Haven. Discharges Claude Brior, 225 East Broad street, West Hazleton. John Gresh, 407 Park street, Freeland. Donald Oneschuck, 143 Middle town, Jeddo. Pe'er Yeshmond, Harleigh Terrace. Mrs. Dwilla Baran. 158 Berwick street. Beaver Meadows. Darlene Johnson, RD, Drums. Mrs. Bernice Piskorirk, 10!) Church street. Beaver Meadows. William McCann, 21 East Market street, Tresckow. . Mrs. Barbara Quinn and son, 625 James street. Wrs. Susan Smtchi Calbelh ducted the services. Interment was in the Mountain View Cemetery. Pallbearers were Daniel Suitch. 3rd, Charles Suitch. Joseph Ches- lock, Jr., Robert Evans, Charles Remitter and George Schuchart. The funeral of Mrs. Emma Konshnik, Miami, Fla., former resident of Weston who died Saturday, was held yesterday from the Harman Funeral Home, Rock Glen. Rev. Joseph F. Meier was the celebrant of the requiem high mass in Sacred Heart Church, Weston, and gave the blessing at the grave in the Nuremberg Cemetery. Pallbearers were Christopher Eaum, Edward Brugger, Joseph Bones, Anthony Supon, Michael Adamchick and Edward Widitz. Aire (',t,n..r. (fll.. T7 q., r . , , ?' 941 Centie ect, Freeland, who I" - ' ."uJ i-um;icti Home, Freeland. Rev. Albert Augustyn was the celebrant of the requiem high mass in St. Ann's Church, Free-land, and gave the blessing at the grave in the parish cemetery. Pallbearers were James Gallagher, John Sweeney, John Kennedy, Francis Mulhearn, Fred Stcbnitsky, Jr.. and Edmund Smith. Two Cars Collide At Church and Birch Two cars were damaged in a collision at Church and Birch streets at 5:55 p. m. yesterday. City police listed the operators as: Harry T. Lammey, RD 1, Down-ingtown, in a convertible, and Ralph Beck, 225 West Birch street, in a sedan. The police report stated that Beck, going west on Birch, skidded out onto Church street, and was hit by the Lammey car which was going south. The front end of Lam mey's car was badly damaged. The other had damages to the right side. Concerned Prescription. Inc. about your next See HAZLE DRUGS Adf PIEKOGI SALE Homemade Bread, Doughnuts, Cheese Buns, Poppyseed Rolls, Noodles. THURSDAY and FRIDAY ST. STANISLAUS BASEMENT Call 454 0662, 8th & Carson Sts. Sponsored by Ladies ol Parish ENJOY CAREFREE SHOPPING FAIHHK At convenient easy to reach LAV HE L imiikim; NORTH LAUREL at Maple Sts. , 1 Funerals Bids for Sewers D. and M. 'DeFranco Co., Roseto, Pa.; was the unofficial low bidder on a combined sanitary and storm sewer for the new acreage at the Industrial Park when bids wero opened yesterday at a meeting of CAN-DO, Inc., in City Hall. The Roseto firm's figure on tho base bid was $205,730.20. Other bids submitted were: Rogele, Inc., Harrisburg, $313,133.53, and Yam-ulla Construction Co., Hazleton, $244,743.87. The bid covers approximately 6.000 feet of sanitary sewer and more than 3,000 feet of storm sewer. The companies also submitted alternate bids which would cover the complete sanitary sewer and a portion of the storm sewer. They were: DeFranco, $165,611.10; Rogele, $255,171.66; Yamulla, $197,-335.94. Dr. Edgar L. Dessen, president, explained that all bids would bo tabled until checked by the legal department, and added that tho Area Redevelopment Administration would be contacted on the possibility of a grant before the contract is awarded. Building Committee Chairman Nicholas Marsilio told the directors work is progressing satisfactorily on the Sekisui plant on Hazleton Heights. Plans for the remaining contracts are now out for bids, ho said, and bids for heating, lighting and ventilating will be received at the Chamber of Commerce office until December 18. Work on two new shell buildings at the Industrial Park is proceeding on schedule, Marsilio said. It is expected they will be completed by the first week of January. "No Hunting" At Park Joseph Yenchko, director of industrial development, issued a reminder to all hunters of the area that hunting is banned in the local Industrial Park. Notices have been posted throughout the area, Yenchko said, as he again urged hunters to refrain from shooting there because of the danger to employes at the various plants. It is probable that the "CAN-DO Story" will be told at the World's Fair in New York on a special day assigned to the local Rotary Club at the auditorium of the Brass Rail-Restaurant, Dr. Dessen told the directors. Date for the program, which would be witnessed by hundreds of persons, is Saturday, June 27, 1964. Drake-Wear Post 589 Of VFW Hold, Meet Edward Tyson Majchrowicz, commander of Drake-Wear Post 589 of Veterans of Foreign Wars, presented a report of the VFW district meeting held on Sunday at Dupont at the post meeting last night. Quartermaster Paul J. Baker gave a report on service work and membership, which totals 750 for 1964. New members admitted last night are William W. Kiefer, William C. Sabia and Patrick J. Fay. Reinstated members were Frank L. Santucci, Joseph Simkovich, George A. Jones and Harold Thomas. Joseph Catano was commended for his fine work in directing the sale of poppies for 1963 and presented an award, one of only two awarded in the state. The Pittsburgh VFW gained the other one. The next meeting will be December 17 at 8 p. m. GREENE ARRANGEMENTS The funeralof Miss Mary Greene, 612 Ridge Street, Freeland, will be held Saturday at 9 a.m. from the McGraw Funeral Home, 441 Washington Street, Freeland. Requiem high mass will be celebrated at 9:30 in St. Ann's Church, Freeland. Burial will be in the parish cemetery. Friends may call from Thursday at 4:30 p.m. until the time of the funeral. The Women's Catholic Club of Freeland will recite the Rosary Thursday at 7:30 p.m. PIEROHI SALE at -ST. MARY'S AUDITORIUM Corner Beech and Poplar Sts. FRIDAY 11 A. M. to 3 P. M. FOR ORDER CALL: 454-9266 BEAUTIFUL CHRISTMAS WREATHS l or Home and Cemetery Made With Fresh Greens (REASONAHLE PRICE) Order Today from James Carelli By Calling 455-4228 (223 S. Pine St.) Public Invited! Family Night! Cavetelli & Spaghetti & Meat Balls Brociole $2-50 per family Served from 6 to ? Hazle Township Hotel Lattimer Milnesvllle Road JVe Cater To: rrivate Parties, tnnstmas Parties, Weddings, etc. Maki Your Reservofi'ons Nowl i

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