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Tuesday, December 1, 1964
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22 Hozleton Standard-Speeker, Tuesday, December 1, 1964 Deaths Hospital Notes STATE GENERAL HOSPITAL: Admissions Wives of Salvation Army Board Members Brief ed on Yule Activities of S. A. William f. lynch Native of City Died on Friday William F. Lynch died suddenly at his home in Kansas City, Mo., November 27. He was 48 years of age. A -son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Anthony F. Lynch, of Hazleton, he was a graduate of St. Gabriel's High School. A draliee in World War II, he rose from the rank of private to Major, having been MRS. GRACE BONOMO Mrs. Grace Bonomo, a resident of Freeland most of her life, died Sunday evening at the home of a daugther, Mrs. Leo Callahan, Philadelphia. The following children survive: Mrs. Leo (Lucille) Callahan, Philadelphia; Mrs. Albert (Mildred) Genetti, Hazleton; Mrs. Anna Mc-Ivor, Philadelphia; Michael Bonomo, Florida; and Salvatore Bono Dolls repaired by the Salvation Army will be displayed in downtown stores December 14 to 19. Today's Events In Local Area Industrial Council of Chamber of Coinmeice, dinaer meeting, Gus Genetti's Hotel, 5:30 p. m. Leader Store Welfare Club, Christmas party, Gus Genetti's Town and Country Room, 7 p. m. Lehigh University, dinner meeting, Gus Genetti's ballroom, 6:30 p. m. Soroptimists, meeting, Gus Genetti's Lantern Room, 7:15 p. m. Hazleton Kiwanis Club, Hotel Altamont, 12 noon. Hazleton Bridge Club, Hotel Altamont, 8 p. m. Unico directors, dinner meeting, Hotel Altamont, 6:15 p. m. Hazleton Chapter, American Mrs. John Gould is chairman of this project. She will be assisted by the board members wives. Major Ruth McCrea presented a service report. She also gave the opening prayer and pronounced benediction. Reports wen made by Andrew Yenchko, chairman of the property committee and George Snyder, board treasurer. Others besides those listed who attended were Mrs. Allan 'Wolfe, Thomas A. Tito, Mr. and Mrs. E.J. Sykes, Mr. and Mrs. Carl A. Shermer, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon A. Markle, Robert 'S. Koehler, John , Gould, Salvadore Gaudiano, Joseph D. Gallagher, Mrs. Rocco D.' Fescina, Atty. Kenneth R. Bay-less, John Baran III and Mrs. M.L. Blum. The wives of Salvation Army Advisory Board members became acquainted yesterday with the Christmas cheer activities of the Salvation Army during the quarterly meeting of the organization's advisory board at the citadel. The local Salvation Army Yule program was explained to the wives who will participate in tne packing of the Sunshine Baskets at the citadel December 18. Almost 1,000 baskets will be filled and distributed to the needy. Miss Jeanette Morse is chairman of this annual project. Speaker for the meeting was Captain Edith MacLachlan,- who is in charge of the Ivy Home for Children, Philadelphia, which is sponsored by the Salvation Army. She showed slides explaining the various phases of the work performed by the S.A. officers at the home, various service buildings there, facilities for children, type of children they aid and the homes of the youngsters. Captain MacLachlan had as her guest, Mrs. Edith Whilhelm, a social worker at the Ivy Home. Board Chairman Dr. M.L. Blum appointed this nominating committee, which will report at the board's next meeting the latter part of January: John Stein, chairman; George Snyder, Andrew Yenchko, Allan Wolfe, A.J. Launi-konis. Rocco Fescina, chairman of the Youth Committee, reported efforts will be made to improve the equipment at the citadel playground located in the rear of the building. Cyril E. Lewis, board secretary, outlined the activities of the DISPENSARY CASES Treated at the State General Hospital dispensary yesterday were Thomas Mardinyak, 153 West Kie-fer avenue; Natalie Filler, 220 East Green street; Lucilla Rinehimer, 561 West Green street, West Kazle-ton; Florence CorradinL Fox Manor, R. D., Hazleton; Guy Foose, R. D. 1, Eon Grove; Mary aim Visintainer, R. D. 1, Drums; Frederick Israel, 819 Stone's Crossing, Easton. Death Notices BISKISKl At Hazleton State General Hospital, Sunday, Nov. 29, Joseph Biskiski Sr., beloved husband of Anna Michaels Biskiski. Funeral Wednesday at 9 a. m. from the Bonin Funeral Home, Second street entrance. Requiem high mass in St. Francis of Assisi Church at 9:30 a. m. Interment in the Calvary Cemetery, Drums. Friends may call Tuesday 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p. m. Frank H. Bonin and Son, funeral directors. GILLESPIE On Saturday, November 28th Mrs. Catherine (Con-nell) Gillespie, wife of William J. Gillespie of 124 S. Pine street. Funeral from the Boyle Funeral Home, 100 S. Wyoming street., Wednesday at 9 a. m. Solemn high mass of requiem in St. Gabriel's Church at 9:30. Interment in St. Gabriel's Cemetery. Friends may call today 2 to 4 and 7 to 9. John J. Boyle Sons, funeral directors. HUGHES At the Hazleton State General Hospital, Saturday, No vember 28, Charles Hughes Jr., loving son of Staff Sgt. and Mrs. Charles Hughes Sr. Funeral ser vices will be held Wednesday at 2 p. m. from the McNulty Funeral Home with Rev. Donald J. Harlin officiating. Interment will be in the Frer'.and Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home from today until time of the funeral. R. J. McNulty and Son, funeral directors. KSANZNAK At St. Joseph Hospital, Sunday, Nov. 29, Carl S. Ksanznak, beloved husband of Mary Ferenda Ksanznak. Funeral Wednesday at 8:30 a. m. from the Bonin Funeral Home, Second street entrance. Solemn requiem high mass in the Transfiguration Church at 9 a. m. Interment in the parish cemetery. Friends may call Tuesday 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p. m. Frank H. Bonin and Son, funeral directors. ROSSI At West Hazleton, Monday, Nov. 30th, Mr. Eugene B. Rossi, beloved husband of Mrs. Lorraine (Corra) Rossi, reposing at the Joseph and Mary Fierro Funeral Home from where a military funeral will be held Wednesday morning at 8:30. Requiem high mass will be celebrated in Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Church at 9 a. ni. Interment will be in Calvary Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home, today, 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p. m. Arrangements by Fierro Funeral Service. commissioned at the Adjutant Gen eral's School, Ft. Washington. Md. His wife. Margaret Heiler of Kan sas City, preceded him in death nine years ago. He is survived by four daugh ters. Kathv. Margaret. Patricia and Anna Marie, of Kansas City. Three sisters. Mrs. Charles Strimp- ler, Mifflin; Mrs. James J. Boyle and Mrs. Carl Camarota of Phila delphia, and a brother. Edward A. Lnch, Washington, D. C. also survive. Requiem mass was offered for the deceased in the Redemptorist Church, Kansas City, after which a military burial was held at the National Cemetery, Ft. Leaven worth, Kansas, November 30. Gets Summons For Crash At Red Light Two cars were damaged in a collision at Broad and Locust streets at 1:40 p.m. yesterday when one of them went through a red light. Oscar N. Unger, 122 Spruce street, Annville, Pa., the operator, will receive a summons, said Cruiserman Ernest Kubereit who investigated. The officer said Unger, driving a truck owned by Unger Bros., 869 East Main street, Annville, was going west on Broad when he passed the red light. He crashed into a sedan driven by Frank J. Zaremba, 642 North Lafayette court, who was going south on Locust. The front end of the truck was damaged. The sedan had damages to the left rear quarter panel and fender. SUES FOR DAMAGES Milton J. Grant, 1205A Parktown West, Philadelphia, started suit at the courthouse yesterday asking automobile damages of $441.26 against Andrew P. Casper, 47 West Seventh street, Hazleton, as the result of a collision of automobiles. Complaint avers the crash oc curred June 29 at Church and Seventh streets, Hazleton. Atty. John J. Aponick Jr., filed the Funerals Hugh Duffy, 973 West 3d street. Peter Bobby, 104 East Mine sheet. Mary Lagasse, 336 Winters ave nue, West Hazleton. Ross Werner, RD2 Tamaqua. Elizabeth Brotzman, RD2 Drams. Mary Debra Brotzman, RD2 Drums. Michael Joseph KacHak, Jr., 188 bouth Church street. Mrs. Frances Dagenhart, 52 South Fulton court. Stephen Zurenda, 407 Main street, Tomhicken. John Hoppich, 347 East Muir avenue. Joseph Wisda, 101 South Broad street, West Hazleton. Delora Brown, 82 South Poplar street. Erma Houser, RD Zions Grove. Miriam McLaughlin, 405 Rolling Mill avenue, Tamaqua. Justin Roslevich, 100 East Broad street, West Hazleton. William Lowrie, 70 North Wyoming street. Loretta Rossi, RD1 Drums. Discharges Georgene Schappell, Quakake. Rita Ann Keck, 618 East Main street, Weatherly. Robert Warncke, County Home, RD2 Weatherly. Nicholas Guzock, 238 East Mine street. Mrs. Antonia Rockovich and son, 241 West Green street, West Hazleton. Mrs. Johanna Carbe and daugh ter, 89 South Pine street. Ralph Thomas, Drums. Baby Girl Coxe, 171 South Ben nett court. ST. JOSEPH HOSPITAL: Admissions Michael Ambruch, Fern Glen. Mary Cerasaro, 515 Ridge ave nue, West Hazleton. Russell Hill, 320 West Broad street, Beaver Meadows. Jennie Barnes, 126 North Church street. Marie Moyer, 328 Pine street, Tamaqua. Frank DeLuca, 693 Locust street. Veronica Jurus, 131 South Vine street. Catherine Holloman, 71 Harding street. Stephen Krawiczki, 151 North Wyoming street. Elizabeth Minsavage, 34 Minne haha boulevard, Lake Hiawatha, N. J. Emma Wagner, 619 West Eighth street. Mary Dietrich, 213 East Green street. Jacqueline Hagstrom, Box 96, Conyngham. Dorothy Davis, 74 Meyers street, Forty Fort. Pauline Sotack, 1090 North Locust street. Dolores Nemeth, 314 East Spruce street. Joseph Stewart, RD 1, White Haven. Maurice Pershing, 809 West Diamond avenue. Arthur Dick III, Sybertsville. Thomas Holloman, 71 Harding street. Betty Speidel, Barnesville. Mildred Marion Craig, 561 Garfield street. Discharges Mary Marcovitz, 15 South Hancock street, McAdoo. Betty Haley, Lake Harmony. Anna Kashi, 701 North Laurel street. Elaine Banas, 684 North James street. Mrs. Ann Marie Rusnock and daughter, 979 West Sixth street. Mrs. Geraldine Hillegas and daughter, 728 West 17th street. .Mrs. Helen Chippi and son, 726 North Lee court. " ricia Walp, Rear 569 North Laurel street. . ri Anella, 789 James street. Robert G. Hape, 136 Putnam street, West Hazleton. Joseph Salkowski, 644 North Laurel street. Romaine Shafer, 115 Carbon street, Weatherly. Herman Dietrich, RD 1, Weatherly. Albert Maylath, 22 Fourth street, Bethlehem. Edward Domin, 150 West Ruddle street, Coaldale. Elmer Koch, Quakake. Denis Brenan, 441 Washington street, Freeland. Dorothy Lore, 111 East Early street, Coaldale. Alice Smolewicz, RD 1, Drums. Michaeline Bloschock, Rock Glen. Eva Evancho, 229 Thirwell avenue. Adelle Tomko, 116 North Fourth street, West Hazleton. STYLE SUPPER mo, Kingston. The funeral will be held privately from the Petrilli Funeral Home, treeland, on Thursday at 9 a.m. with a requiem higtt mass at 9:30 o'clock in St. Anthony's R. C. Interment will be in the (Church parish cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home today and Wednesday from 7 to 10 p.m. MICHAEL MELOCIIICK Michael Melochick, former resi dent of Dieners Hill, RD 1 Potts-ville, died Saturday at 8:25 a. m. at the State Hospital. He had resided with his daughter, Mrs. Joseph (Anna) Mihalik, 520 E. Cranberry Ave., the past month. Born in St. Clair, he was a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Michael Melochick. The deceased was a member of Immaculate Conception Church, St. Clair, and the Holy Name Society of the parish. S u r v i v i n g are five children: George, Huntsville, Ala.; Mrs. Edward (Mary) Rossman, Camden, N. J.; Stephen, St. Clair; Joseph, Palo Alto; and Mrs. Joseph (Anna) Mihalik, this city, with whom he resided. Also surviving are 13 grandchildren, five great-grandchildren, and two sisters, Mrs. Susan Gondola. Metuchen, N. J.; and Mrs. Mary Opalenick, St. Clair. The funeral will be held today at 9:30 a. m. from the Evans Funeral Home, St. Clair. Requiem high mass will be celebrated at 10 in Immaculate Conception Church, St. Clair. Interment will be in the parish cemetery. Friends may call this evening. Gibbon Heads Police Civil Service Group The newly appointed Police Civil Service Commission held an organization meeting last night in Mayor Joseph B. Conahan's office in City Hall. Robert Gibbon was elected presi dent and -Alvin Bruch secretary. Dr. Peter L. Saras is the third member of the commission. Plans are under way to take the necessary steps to establish a new eligibility list sometime after Janu ary 1. The group will meet again next Monday at 7 p.m. in City Hall. 14 Above Zero Early Today Bitter cold air moved into Penn sylvania from the west yesterday on the heels of a light snowfall. The Greater Hazleton Area had snow flurries as the temperature dropped from a high of 28 degrees to 14 degrees above zero shortly after midnight. The forecast for today is windy and quite cold with a few snow flurries. Highest 22 to 28 degrees. lemperatures may drop to near zero tonight. An inch or less of snow general ly fell in western sections of the state, but iit was enough to create treacherous driving conditions and snarl Monday morning rush hour traffic. Driving conditions returned to normal later in the day as the snow ended and hiehwav rrpws jlaid down salt and cinders. BED WETTING Correction For Children s? For Confidential Information Write To T. G. FOWLES 535 N. Vine St., Hazleton, Pa. FAMILY TURKEY Drake-Wear Post Will Meet Tonight A regular meeting of Drake-Wear Post No. 589, Veterans of Foreign Wars, will be held tonight at S o'clock, with Commander Norman, Gould in charge. A report on the membership for 1965 will be reported by Quartermaster Paul Baker. Peter Mitchell will report on the project by the Ladies Auxiliary and men. Anthony Sacco and Paul Baker, co-chairmen for the children's Christmas party to be held on December 20 in the post home, will report on this fete. Nomination and election of the death benefit officers will be held at this meeting. The Ladies Auxiliary will serve refreshments. Mrs. Elizabeth Betterly, 27 East Walnut street, who died Friday at the State Hospital was buried yesterday from the Grebey, Beltz and Gleim Funeral Home. Rev. William Y. Gebhard, pastor of Grace United Church of Christ, conducted the services. Interment was in the Vine Street Cemetery. Pallbearers were Robert McAl-arney, Raymond Rohrbach, John Conahan, George Reynolds, James and Norman McFadden. The funeral of Miss Anna Elick, 188 Fourth street, Oneida, who died Thursday at St. Joseph Hospital, was held yesterday from the Bonin Funeral Home. Rev. Michael Sverchek was the celebrant of the requiem high mass in St. Joseph's Church, Sheppton, and gave the blessing at the grave in the parish cemetery. Pallbearers were Joseph Krutz, Michael Drabyak, Larry Swetz, George Kakalecik, George Motil and Leonard Wolk. The funeral of Mrs. Nellie Rish, 1026 Schwabe street, Freeland, who died Friday at the State Hospital, was held yesterday from the McNulty Funeral Home, Freeland. Rev. Stanley Gorski was the celebrant of the requiem high mass in St. Casimir's Church, Freeland, and gave the blessing at the grave in the parish cemetery. Pallbearers were John Stoffa, John, John Martin and Bernard Rish, Edmund Kaull and Louis Guerriere. D'AMATO'S 565 Monges Street, Hazleton "THE HOMEMADE PIZZA" DIAL 455-3348 We Deliver-7:30 to 10:30 P.M. "Try Our Homemade Bread" FARMER'S 3rd & Alter Streets ROAST PHONE 454-9077 LADIES' GARMENTS HEMMED By Expert Professional Tailors EUGENE B. ROSSI Eugene B. Rossi, 218 East Green street, West Hazleton, died suddenly yesterday at his home. Born in Beaver Meadows, a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Rossi, he resided in West Hazleton most of his life. A veteran of World War One, he had served with the Army in France. Prior to his retirement in 1952. he had been employed as a miner by the Lehigh Valley Coal Co. The deceased was a member of the United Mine Workers of Amer ica and the West Hazleton Rod and Gun Club. Surviving are his wife, the for- i mer Lorraine Corra. and four chil - dren: Eugene, Jr., West Hazleton; bilas, Miami, Fla.; Fred and Lor raine, at home. Also surviving are four grand children, and these sisters and bro thers: Condy, West Hazleton; Mrs Alma Osele, Pittsburgh; Mrs. Thomas (Cindy) Bonner, Beaver Brook; Mrs. Eugene (Elizabeth) Donovan, Hazleton; and Mrs. Anna i ink, West Hazleton. A military funeral will be held 8:30 a. m. Wednesday from the Joseph and Mary Fierro Funeral Home, with a requiem high mass at 9 a. m. in Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church. Burial will be in Calvary Cemetery, Drums. Friends may call tomorrow from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. MRS. JOHN R. JONES SR. Mrs. Fay E. Jones, 63, wife of John R. Jones Sr.. 1817 Linden street, Allentown, died Sunday at her home. Born in Nuremberg, she was a daughter of Mrs. Annie (Weikel) Engle, Allentown, and the late James M. Engle. The deceased was a member of Ebenezer Evangelical United Brethren Church, Allentown, a past president of the Women's Mission ary Society and had served as a teacher in the Inner Circle Sunday School of the church. Surviving in addition to her hus band and mother are two daugh' ters, Mrs. Glenn S. (Anna M.) Cooper, Bethlehem; Mrs. Karl A. (Sara E.) Braun, Allentown; a son, John Jr., Allentown; two sisters, Mrs. Samuel (Ethel) Miller, Allen town; and Mrs. Hayden (Grace) Deaner, Fall River, Mass.; a brother, Luther Engle, Shenandoah; seven grandchildren and one greatgrandchild. The funeral will be held Thurs day at 1:30 p. m. from the Stephens Funeral Home, 1335 Linden street, Allentown. Friends may call Wednesday from 7 to 8:30 p. m. EDWARD BRODOWSKI Edward T. Brodowski, 181 Boland avenue, Lee Park, Hanover Town ship, died Saturday morning at Mercy Hospital, Wilkes-Barre. Born in Freeland, a son of Michael and Frances (Walinsky) Brodowski, he resided in Wilkes-Barre 25 years before locating in Lee Park 12 years ago. He had been employed as a night foreman at Percy Brown's, Wilkes-Barre, for the past 32 years. The deceased was a member of St. Aloysius Church. Surviving are his wife, the former Victoria Marcinkowski, three children, Edward, Jr. and Susan, at home; and Mrs. Carlton Car- ; tini, Forty Fort; one grandchild, and ; two sisters, Mrs. Anthony Santo, Osford, Mass.; and Mrs. William Vial, Philadelphia. The funeral will be held today at 9 a. m. from 8 Lee Park avenue, Lee Park, Requiem high mass will be celebrated at 9:30 in St. Aloysius Church. Interment will be in St. Mary's Cemetery, Hanover Township. and WEDNESDAY 522 South Poplar Street Hazleton Heights ib. ALL CLOSE TRIM SAUSAGE FATTIES lb. 59c 33c lb. 5 lb. or More 69c lb. 4 12-oz. Glasses n .00 Sj.25 89 TRY OUR SUPERB QUALITY AND SERVICE TODAY Beautiful dry cleaning for all your wardrobe. Including spreads, drapes, slip covers, and blankets. n a ii v d:,L, J : Red Cross, Bloodmobile visit, St. Francis of Assisi Church, West Hazleton, 10:45 a. m. to 4:45 p. m. Drake-Wear Post No. 589, VFW, regular meeting, post home, 8 p. m. Hazleton ISDA Home Association, Roma Room, 8 p. m. Japan-Jeddo PTA, monthly meeting, at elementary school, tonight. Lafayette Council No. 258, O. of I. A., Union Hall, 8 p. m. Beth Israel Temple Sisterhood luncheon, Temple auditorium, 1:15 p. m. St. Paul's Methodist Mary-Martha Circle, church social rooms, 2 p. m. Agudas Israel Sisterhood donor dinner, Jewish Community Center, 7 p. m. West Hazleton Council of Republican Women, Christmas party, O'Lear's, bus leaving Broad and Madison at 6:15 p. m.; Broad and Fifth, 6:30 p. m. . Columbian Ladies Auxiliary Christmas dinner, Gabe Kennedy's. Emmanuel Lutheran Church Women of Nuremberg, church social rooms. Diamond Methodist Gleaners Class, Christmas dinner, Genetti's Tyrolean Room, 6:30 p. m. Legion Ladies Auxiliary, Legion Home, 8 p. m. Citizens Fire Co., Weatherly, fire company rooms. Nomination of officers, 7 p. m. Dorr-Oliver staff, dinner meeting, Stan Genetti's Imperial Room, 5:30 p. m. Second report meeting on Mining and Mechanical Institute development fund program, initial and general pledges, school gymnasium, Freeland, 7:30 p. m. Many Hazleton Area Hunters (Continued From Page 12) Paul Daniels, Drums, 6-point, 140-pounds, Nescopeck Mountain. Frank Lobitz, Jr., Sugarloaf RD. 1, 3-point, 125-pounds, on the Tomhicken mountain. John Andeara, rear 526 Harrison street, 8-point, 150-pounds, on Tunnel mountain. Andrew Lopo, Sr., Hazleton RD 1, three points, 145 pounds, near Humboldt. Benny Kapes, 505 Ridge avenue, West Hazleton, spike buck, 130 pounds, near St. Johns. 20,000 Deer Killed in Pennsylvania HARRISBURG (AP) An estimated 20,000 buck deer were killed in Pennsylvania Monday the first day of the annual two-week season. The State Game Commission said the opening day kill represented an increase, although the number of hunters in the field was down slightly from last year. The total buck deer kill in 1963 was 47,618, but opening day usually brings a large share of the season's kill. A game commission spokesman said 1,500 deer were shot in Tioga County for the day's high. VISITING FAMILY Mrs. Alfred Thomas, Las Vegas, Nev., spent the holiday with her family, the Ben Zieglers, 604 North Locust street. Mrs. Thomas, the former Ruth Ziegler, attended the silver anniversary reunion of the Hazleton High School Class of 1939 on Saturday at Genetti's. Births STATE GENERAL HOSPITAL: A daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Delman, 47 Berwick street. Beaver Meadows. The mother, be fore marriage, was Lois I. Leyfert. Live princess Pine and Laurel Christmas Wreaths, Cemetery Wreaths, Boughs, and Roping. Any Size. STANLEY JUSTOFIN Route 29 Sugarloaf, Pa. 788-2553 DEER HEADS Deer Foot Novelties Deerskin Leather Goods RICHIE'S TAXIDERMY STUDIO 239-4 S. Wyoming St. 454-0710 GEO. T. DEEB COAL Business Going On As Usual 110 S. Pine Street Phone 454-1192 . Expert coats, tailoring for your suits, dresses, or knit clothes. GREEN STAMPS TODAY Mrs. Mary (Garramone) Mussc- line, 324 West Green street, who died Thursday at the State Hospital, was buried yesterday from the DiPronio Funeral Home. Rev. Santino Fanucci had services at the funeral home. Msgr. Francis Molino was the celebrant of a solemn requiem high mass in the Most Precious Blood Church. Rev. Paul Cottone was deacon and Rev. Joseph Buccolo, sub-deacon, and gave the blessing at the grave in the parish cemetery. Pallbearers were: Anthony Cera, Rocco Capece, Anthony and Rocco Mussoline, Steve Brankovich and Joseph Capece, Jr. Mrs. Frances A. Sweeney, 399 South Poplar street, who died Thursday at Annapolis, Md., was buried yesterday from the Turn-bach Funeral Home. Rev. Arthur Ferrari was the celebrant of the requiem high mass in Holy Rosary Church, and gave the blessings at the funeral home and at the grave in St. Ann's Cemetery, Freeland. Pallbearers were John Kennedy, Milton Turnbach, Frank Dougherty, James Brogan, Charles Sweeney, Jr. and Leo Sweeney, Jr. The funeral of Mrs. Esther (Davis) Walton, 320 Muir avenue, who died Friday at the State Hospital, was held yesterday from the Grebey, Beltz and Gleim Fu neral Home. Rev. Dr. Richard Owens, pastor of St. John's Primitive Methodist Church, conducted the services. Interment was in Mountain View Cemetery. Pallbearers were Conrad Klotz, Lloyd Manwiller, Thomas Hawke, Sr., Thomas Hawke, Jr., Gerald Fichter and Carroll Bahrt. AMBULANCE CALLS Hazleton Community Ambulance yesterday took Frank DeLuca, 693 North Locust street, to St. Joseph Hospital; Reuben Woodring, 29 West Maple street, to St. Joseph Hospital; and William Lowrie, 70 North Wyoming street, to the State General Hospital. PITZA & HOAGIES NEAPOLITAN BAKERY 101 E. Holly St. 455-0211 or 454-8881 FREE DELIVERY HAZLETON MEMORIAL CO. The only authorized dealer in Hazleton and vicinity. Hazleton McAdoo Highway PHONE: 455-4956 WBfcj4 ! " i MARTZ BROTHERS CLEANERS 15th AND GRANT STREETS DIAL 454-0221 DOUBLE WORLD BOTES Authorized Federal Food Stamp Store OPEN MONDAY THRU FRIDAY 10 A.M. TO 10 P.M. SATURDAY 9 A.M. TO 10 P.M. - SUNDAY 9 A.M. TO 1 P.M. and 6 P.M. TO 10 P.M. U. S. Gov't. Inspected Western Steer Beefl STEAKS SIRLOIN T-BONE PORTERHOUSE Our 0n HOT or COUNTRY r f sausage ft ;9C WHITE HAVEN METHODIST CHURCH WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2nd, 4:30 to 8:00 P.M. EAT ALL YOU WANT ADULTS $1.50 CHILDREN 7 to 12 .... 75c Ages 1 to 6 Free FRESH HOURLY GROUND BEEF When You Buy CENTER CUT PORK CHOPS ib. ()Qc ITALIAN GENOA SALAMI ib.()()C By The Piece MA'S SODA 6 2Z -H.09 Assorted Flavors rius FREE SO WORLD GREEN STAMPS Swift's Tasty CHOPPED HAM SCHIMMEL O PURE APRICOT PURE PEACH PRESERVES or WILD ELDERBERRY or GRAPE JELLY MIX OR MATCH Bob Burns Is Back With a Change of Heart BUT HE HAS THE SAME GOOD .... 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