THE DEADER-REPUBLIC AN, CLQVERSVUXE AND JOHNSTOWN, H. T. SATURDAY, MARCH 22, 1952
0 f t c e ~ 2 1 W. Main St. Business Telephone 6-3012
Editorial Telephone 6^514
Editorial—17 W. Main St
Talk Given DAR Chapter Buffalo Pinball Lack of Materials
Red Cross Drive is Running Ahead Cuts Road Program
Of 1951, Fisher Says, With $4,200 in, By Mrs. Bessie D. Miller Trial 'Fix' ALBANY*- CrPV-The State Public
Works Department blames a
Representing 44 Percent of Goal Tells of Trip Made
To Approved Schools
Cited By Jury ! "shortage of key materials" for a
i 30.4' percent slash in the amount of
'• contracts awarded in 1961 for high-
$800 Collected in 3rd In October of 1951
Ward Under Direction >•••* • - " " " - • " • • — —
Mr*. B»-»sie D. Miller. DAR na-
Johnstown BUFFALO-CrP>-A grand jury
charges that the "fix waa on in
, w a y c o n a t ruct»on or rebuilding.
, B i d w e T e ^^y^ o n ltT c^.
Buffalo a pinball trial of three „ t r u c t i o n p r o jecta laat year, total-
rional vice-chairman of Approved' l ^ i - a g • a » e * N n l s P C
Of William V. Benjamin
Citing tha fact that contribution*
Miss Lucille F. School*, gave a talk on achoola be- < V ^ I I I I I l » l I C 3
fore the meeting of Johnatown
high-ranking police officers
Albert E. <Abby) Smith. 53, an
Erie county Republican commit-
ing W 8 t 9 6 2 ,787.
w i t h $9x999000 handled in I960.
I n l u „„,„,, r e p o r t yesterday to
to tha Red Croaa 'campaign thta
year are running ahead of laat
year. Chairman Frederick a Pish-
Wanderlick Wed [Chapter, DAR, held laat night in
' the chapter house with M naem- Immaculate Conception
| bera present. I Rev. Harold L McKeon. pastor
teeman waa indicted yesterday and
accused of attempted bribery
embracery aW, communicating with
Governor r^wey and the l e g i s t
the dep.rtment w i d |U con.
8 t r u c t i o n p r o g r a m -which has been
er announced laat night that $4,200 Masse* at 8:30 and 10.
l» in the till to date. In Glo versville Mrs. Miller was precedecTTfn the
| roetrum by Mrs. Frank S. Tbyne,
a juror during the trial (Embrac-
ery 1* an attempt to influence a
court or Jury corruptly.)
m steadily ahead since the
Wortd W a r 2 WM ad.
Thia represents approximately 44 Johnstown Girl United 1 chapter regent, who led the open- s t Anthony's
Deputy Commissioner Glenn G.
vatieed with considerable * dif-
per cent of the »8,623 quota given ing ritual Mrs. B.. M. Grant di Rev Francis SaSlamon, pastor ficulty during 1961."
the Johnatown chapter. In Marriage at 2:30 to rected the singing of the national Rev. Andrew Cekovsky, assistant Pauley and Capts. George F. Tour- "The critical shortage of key
The hou»«-to-houac canvaaa will Pvt. James K. Wallace, Jr. anthem. . Masses at 8. 9: IS and 10:30. jie and Raymond F. Smith were
convicted two weeks ago.of bribery,
materials" forced a complete re-
be continued for the remainder School* reviewed by Mrs. Miller, s h u f f l i n g o f p l a n s > the department
of hte month, in order to obtain Miss Lucille F Wanderlick, conspiracy and taking illegal fees. g t a t c d
who also, showed pictures of t HI. Patrick's
aa complete coverage aa poeelble, daughter of Mra. Ella Wanderlick, school tour she took last October, I Very Rev. John W. McCall. pastor Attempted Bribe The report noted that construc-
the chairman laid. 300 Eaat Clinton atreet, waa united The grand Jury probing gambling tion of concrete pavements and
[Rev. Edward " Sheedy and and alleged corruption m Troblie bridges had been particularly cur-
Aa' the reault of the effort* of in marriage thia afternoon at 2:80 •t The Blue Ridge school in Vir- 1 Rev. Paul J. Keeahan, assistants
D_.r D_.il T 1/knekan oeai
i t worker*, under the direction to Pvt. Jamca K. Wallace, Jr., son ginia at which was shown the office, charged that Albert Smith tailed by the steel shortage. Among
of William V. Benjamin, about of Mr. and Mra. James K. Wal- Masses at 7, 8. 9:30 and 11. tried to reach Mra. Wanda Petron- other materiala in short supply
breaking of ground for a new lak, 26, only woman on the trial were steel cable, copper wire and
M O waa collected in Ward I. thia lace, 8r, of Tribes Hill. building; the Crosmore campua in United Presbyterian
figure being aeveral hundred dol- The ceremony waa performed by North Carolina at which a dedica- Rev. James W. Hood, paator Jury. electrical cable for lighting and
lar* more than waa received in the Rev. C. L. Schaertel, in St. tion ceremony of the new class- Sworn statements read In state signal circuits.
the canvaaa of that ward laat fames Lutheran church, Olovers- 10:30- Morning service. Subject aupreme court yesterday also indi-
year. rooms was held; the Tomaasee of sermon, "Zacharlah's Prophecies
vllle. school In South Carolina where the Concerning the Messiah." cated that threata were made
The big iBcreaee In the amount The bride waa given In mar- against Mrs. Patronlak during the
collected in Ward » waa due In dedication of three new cottages Noon-Sunday school. trial, but there waa no indication j Low Cost — Reliable
large meaaure to the greater num. riage by the bridegroom's grand- was pictured; the Barry school at
Whether Albert Smith or the de- AUTO INSURANCE
" W V Volunteer w o t k e V VM"«•"•* ^b^AJguia. Mt. Barry, Ga., the Kate Duscin st. Paul's Lutheran fondants were connected with the
year, the chairman aald She waa attired ln„a pink and*' GENERAL JAMBS ~VAN KLEBT p r o v e * • wSUag victim aav.a,' Smith, .school at. .Grant? Ala-, and! Rev. Wllmer M. Zuehlke, pastor W. R. Hespelt Did 6-3739
He alao atated that the Ward 4 grey prlnceaa suit with black ae Korean orphan attack* from the rear to get a candy bar. Tha the Lincoln Memorial University "IS"! "gr^Bufi'day acrrooh The grand Jury reported It found
25 VMiitmore Ave. Jtown
canvaaa. directed by Mra. Robert eeasorles and had a cortege of Eighth Army commander waa vlaltlng Seoul's Columbia Orphanage Tennessee. 10:46—Morning service. Sermon no ground on which to indict Mrs. Farm Bureau Mutual Auto Ina.
- Y l » y<*«t and William Sarrla. white rosea. to help distribute some of the SUMO worth of gift* sent to Korean During the meeting a ritual was theme. "The Great Battle—Dress, Petroniak. Defense attorneys hid Co., Columbus 16, Ohio
K M resulted W feertpt»~toppln# Attendanta were Mlaa Helen Wal- children by 1JT H. Third Army men at held In memory of the late Mra Endurance.'' Youth choir will sing,
lace and John Wallace, alater and accused her of making false
laat year'* figure* Catherine Veghte Hall and the "Is ft Worthy TO Ymr^ tMoody^- stateWefltadtiTtrrg' examination for
rteher aald that although tha brother of the bridegroom. late Mra Eleanore 8. Carroll. Jury duty.
work in Warda J and 4 i« ap- The bride's mother wore a navy
parently completed, realdenta of blue suit and a white corsage, and
thoae two warda who may have the bridegroom* mother black vel-
Would Continue ness
An article decrying the uaeleas- S t John'* Episcopal
and expense of UNESCO, Rev. Desmond Hunt, pastor
Offer Not Paaed
The indictment against Albert LEHI6H GOAL
been mlaaed la the canvaaa are vet and corsage.
which had appeared in the De- 8- Holy Communion. Smith charges be tried to reach
requeated to bring In or aend their troit Free Preaa, waa read by Miss IS—Sunday school and Bible Mrs. Petroniak J.h rough her broth-
The bride la a graduate of NUT
F e m e Stoller, chairman of nation- classes.
donations to the Red Croaa head- Johnatown High School, and'tha
quartern In City Halt bridegroom graduated from Am-
Of the Day al defense. The article was en-
NORWICH—l^f— A committee titled, "All For 34 Million."
11—Morning prayer and sermon.
7:3Q Sunday Evening Hour.
er-in-law Michael Zlyka. But it
added that Zlyka did not paas'on STOVE
He atated that the canvaaa la sterdam High School. Ha waa aa* an offer of money allegedly made
Wanda 1 and 3 la incomplete. The soclated with hla father In a con- representing cities, villages and by Smith if Mra. Petroniak would
Miss Stoller also gave a report
Retail dlvlalon. directed by' Mau- tracting buaineaa in Tribe* Hill be- Auxiliary to Meet
rice M. Tartell. haa not completed' fore Joining the Air Force almost
Ma work yet, but the reaponae ia two yeara ago. He la now stationed
reported to be better than in '81. at Scott Air Baae, Illlnol*.
counties along the route of the
The auxiliary to the Sir William New York, Ontario and Western on DAR good citizenship medals, 36 East Main atreet
Johnson Volunteer Fire company Railroad today pressed for con- while Mrs. Miller reported the
will meet Monday night at S at tinuance of the bankrupt line. BPW dinner held on March 30.
Jehovah's Witneeeea "hold out x x x ao there would not
be a conviction."
3:30—Public l e c t u r e , 'Critical
Smith pleaded innocent before
$1 9 85
tha Scotch Bush school. The chapter voted a Red Cross Times, Why Are TheyStudy. "The
Here?" Juatice George H. Rowe, presiding PAY DRIVER
Chairman Planer announced that The six-man committee was donation. over the grand Jury, and was or-
Following the ceremony, a recep-
S special meeting of the campaign'
committee will be held next Tues- tion waa held in the bride's home. aa organization details will be com- ity representatives here last night.
All members are urged to attend •elected at a meeting of commun-
guests attended from Johnatown, pleted at this time. Following the
Memorial. Are You Entitled to
The unit named Mrs. William Partake?" and "What About Those
Frederick, Miss Robertene Smith Not Partaking."
dered held in $50,000 bail. He spent ^
the night in jail.
Then Rowe cancelled the bail
Brown Coal Co
Gloversville, Tribes Hill and Am- buaineaa seaalon, refreshments will It .will seek continued operation and Mrs. Bvva Dawson to a com- DIAL 6-8112
sterdam of the carrier on the ground that mittee to revise the by-law*, and bonds of the three convicted police
be served. it Is a vital means of transporta- announced that the election of the First Methodi»t officers and they were remanded to
Chamberlain is After the reception, the bride and
bridegroom left by train for a
Party en Sech Birthday
tion for residents alone the 644- board of directors will be held at Frank Jay Reid, minister -
mile route between Oswego, N. Y\, the annual meeting in May. 10:30—Morning worship. Sermon,
honeymoon to an undisclosed place. "Forgiveness—Basic for the Chris-
, Mr. and Blair Sackett, RD 4,
The bride wore a grey suit with who roaideMra. the Perth road, en- and Weehawken, N. J.
Back as Fireman black accessories for traveling. on
tertained at a dinner party laat The committee also will seek to Mrs.
Refreshments were served by tian." A nursery for small children
Charlea Newnham, M r s . is available during this service.
Offer $oV> Million G. E. LAMPS
The couple plan to reside In evening in honor of J. Cameron secure payment of back taxes and James Qulnlan, Mra. EUa F. Mar-
•M «> aeaie—i i • •
r \ f » e> — ! • • n «•. j - Ww • * n m
r C 11*61 IrMniDOT Ol i / s p i * the air bane.
Belleville, Illinois, three mile* from Allen of thia etty, the occasion wagea owed by the O A W. ietta Mr*. Mclntyre Fraaier, Mrs.
5—Youth Fellowship m e e t i n g
For Power Sites AT A DISCOUNT
being the latter* 84th birthday. The committee Is headed by Godfrey Shankland and Mra. John with Marie Steding as the leader. SYRACUSE —trP>— The Niagara $6 Purchase 20%
Wat R«leaaed from US After dinner cards were played James Leland of Hamilton. Other Johns. Mohawk Power Corporation has $15 Purchase 26%
SS. Cyril and Method Preebyterian offered to pay 8 4 million dollars —
Navy on March 15th and the evening epent in a eocial members are Edward- Crawford of
Syracuse Alumnae manner. Mr. Allen was preaented Oawego, Guy Weeden of Sidney, Rev. P. C. Toureille, D. D., pastor
for property along the Hudson,
Standard Package 30%
Robert Chamberlain, 104 Fon with a gift. William H. FlUgeradl of Middle- Taft Draws 2,000 9:30—Sunday school.
Black and Graaae rivers owned by
Clair atreet, will return to duty aa
a fireman at the Central fire sta- Have Tea Program There were a doaen gueate pres- town, and Jamea W. Coleman and 9:40—Adults' claaa.
"One the Eastern New York Power Cor- R. E. BEDFORD
Mra Jamea R. Denkert, 307
ent from thia city and Amsterdam. James W. Glanagan, both of Nor-
In Wisconsin Talk 10:30—Worship service;
Great Hour of Sharing." Bring in poration and the International 16 E. Main Street
A naval reaarviet who aaw aerv- your Lenten self-denial sacrifice. Hydro-Electric System.
South 'Market street, entertained Given Greenback Shower Railway trustees applied Feb. 6 WASAU, Wis.—lff>—Sen. Robert The Hudson holdings Include Tel. 6-7014 Johnatown
Ice In World War II, "Bob" waa 8 —Palm Sunday festival re-
recalled Nov. 1ft, i960, and released women of the Syracuse University Miaa Betty Ann Hudson, who Is j for federal approval of two con- A. Taft of Ohio attracted the big- hearsal. hydro-electric power plants at Sher-
March IS. Alumni club and high school girls te be married April 6 to Richard tracts to aell the railroad. No ae gest audience in Wisconsin* April man, South Glens Falls and Fort
Russell Henry, i l l East Third at a tea yesterday afternoon. Downea of Canajoharle, waa ten- tion ha* been taken on the *.AMi- 1 presidential primary campaign Edward. Niagara Mohawk has
avenue, who haa been serving a* a Mlaa Ruth Haddock, aaetatant dered a greenback shower laat eve- cation. • laat night as he prescribed re- bought the output of the plants for
temporary fireman in Chamber- dean of woman at tha university, ning in the home of her grand- organisation of the State Depart- Rev. Leonard M Braam. minlater | several years.
lain* absence, will leave the de- and Arthur Gabriel, alumni secre- mother, Mrs. William Cromer, 31 ment, "v 10:30— Divine worahip; sermon 1 The company also offered yester- Lenten Season
partment to become a member of tary, were guest speaker*. A film, Cayadutta atreet. There were 46 Taft, speaking before 3,000 per- topic, "The Feet of Jesus';; anthem j day to buy International Hydro- The
the Police department Monday. "Around the Calendar," waa pro- gueata present. Gen. Gmenther in rons, said if elected he would dis- by the church choir, "Bow Down; electric'* interest in the Moreau THE PINEST O F Q U I C K
Henry haa been appointed a jected by 81d Ayers, Johnstown Gamea and contest* were enjoyed miss Secretary of State Acheson Thine Ear" by Blias: solo, "I Walk- , Manufacturing Company's power- FROSTED SEA FOODS
special patrolman during the ill- High school guidance director. In which prises were won by Mrs.
The committee consisted of Miss Harriet Hudson, Mrs. Francea Rob-
For European Data and his assistant* and put the de- ed Today Where Jesus Walked" \ producing plant, near Glens Falls,
partment in charge of men of abil- by O'Hara. Fillets of Haddock — Perch —
ness of Officer Edward Sweeney. and
the electric distribution system
He will be on duty In thia capacity Joan Smith Mr* Richard Wash- bins. Mrs. Hasel Strait, Mra. Mary WASHINGTON -lAW— Gen. Al- ity and .sound Judgment — "men ll:45-»Sunday school; a class for | in the village of Corinth
Cod — Halibut. Ready-To-Eat
"for a period not to exceed three burn, Mra. Eugene F. Conant, Mra. Brown, Mrs. Evelyn Sovlk, Mrs. fred M. Oruenther flew In today who believe in the principles of Shrimp — Shrimp in the Basket.
Lloyd Wilcox and Mra. Howard Vivian Cromer, Mrs. Antoinette from headquarters of the Allied America." every age. In Northern New York, Niagara Lobster Telle. Oyster*, Scallops,
months." Mohawk wanta to buy Black River Oyster Stew, Creamed Tuna,
Em pie. Brunetto, Mrs. Mary Mimoanl and powers in Europe, bringing reports
Sweeney, stricken March 11 with First Baptist power sites at Glen Park and at Frogs Legs.
a stroke, la reported improved at Mra Elaine Cromer. * of improvement in European de-
hla home, S14 (Hebe street. Two Local Girls Get The assisting hostesaes were Mrs fense against Communism, but no
Cut Czech Standard Rev. Harlow W. Parsons, pastor Sewalls Island. Watertown, and a
10:30—Morning service. Anthem, site for a power plant at Pyrites,
Henry say* he plana to take a Henriette Backer ana~Mrsr'vivls.n : n * w " o n w h * n G e n - -*">«»" D E | - ! T f l T H F I ! O n f f ^ t s * * l "The Light Still Shines." Duet. on the Graaae river. PUTMAITS MARKET
civil aervice examination aeon Cape in Poug&keepste Cromer. senhower may come home. . • " * UIII V / U I O I Ctrl "Some Golden Morning Jesus Will 144 W. Main S t Tele. 6-7214
which could enable him to become Luncheon waa served and the I G 1 r u « n t h « r chief of staff in Ei- Come," sung by.Phyllis Smith and
a permanent member of the force, Two Johnatown girls were mem-
filling the one vacancy now open. bers of a claaa of nurses who were of money
bride-te-be waa presented a purse ' • M > h o w * r '« command of the mill- VIENNA, Austria — MPt — Com- MXry Catherine Johnson. Sermon, 'Expectant Mother'
capped at exerclaea held laat night
U r v , o r C M o f tn
« N o »*h Atlantic munist Czechoslovakia haa ordered 'The Absolute and Permissive Will
at Vaaaar Brothers School of Nurs- '
for testimony to congres-
a 80 billion crowns (one billion dol-
I Treaty Organlaation (NATO) la lars cut In the nation's living of God."
Flies Into Hospital
Ing In Poughkeepsle. ' ~~~ ; here
They are Mlaa Doris Du Pree, In some Malay weddlnga the 1 sional committeea He waa invited standards so It can build three new T—Evening service. A continue- j PHILADELPHIA—<JP>—Woman's
Personals rence Du Pree, extension of Wept
steel foundries for arms making.
daughter of Mr and Mrs. Law- bridegroom's party must engage I to testify on President Truman's The Prague newspaper Rude tion of the meditation on the book I Medical College hospital witnessed
the bride s protectors In mimic bat- request, for $7,900,000,000 In mutual of Jude. All are welcome a new means of arrival for an ex
Open April 1st
Pravo, organ of the Communist pectant mother yesterday—she
Madison avenue, and Mlsa Donna tie and pay mock ransom. ' security fund*.
party, said the money would have Christian Science Society
Attorney and Mrs. Alfred D. Den Chamberlain, daughter of Mr. and
Bison, 101 South Matcher street, Mra. Charles V. Chamberlain. 800
to be raised 'through more produc- 4 South Chase street
flew in the window.
A blue-gray pigeon alighted on
State Income Tax
tion and less pay.
left today on a two week's trip to Fon Clair street. Parenta of both
Bermuda, girls attended the capping. Senators Tongue-Lash Lattimore; Rude Pravo made celar that con-
siderable ateel from the new found-
10:30—Sunday morning service. the inside sill, laid an egg and
The fullneas of joyous, success- twigs.
calmly atarted building a nest of Returns
ries would be sent to the Soviet ful living which results from spi-
Miss Barbara Pettit of Princeton,
N. J , is visiting her sister. Mrs. On Honor Roll
Accuse Him of Uttering 'Untruths' Union.
Maternity registrar Annie Wells
ritual understanding will be ac- ordered a screen placed by the
claimed in all churches of Christ, window to give the unregistered
M. Ralbovsky Jr.
William A. Bittel, SI 4 South Wil- WASHINGTON-(*»- The Sen-* McCarran said In reply to Lattl- Scientist, Sunday. The subject of patient privacy and entered the 45 W . Main St.
Patricia Bosworth, daughter of ate Internal Security Subcommit- Tel. 6-7218
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bosworth, 1 tee gave Owen Lattimore a bitter more today that it "stands clear
on the record that he has uttered
Woman Hurt Fleeing the lesson-sermon will be "Matter." "child" in the register as "special
Frasler avenue, a sophomore at the The Golden Text will be: "8et delivery."
Mr. and Mra. Albert C. Brumjry State University of New York, tongue lashing yesterday and untruths" He adde,d that Latti-
and two children of Baltimore, Md.. State Teachers college, Oneonta, la unanimously accused him of utter- more "did, on many occasion*. Lowville Flames y,our affection on thing* above,
not on thinga on the earth." (Col.
are vlaltlng Mrs. Brumley's parents, among the S3 students named to ing "untruth*" under oath.
Mr. and Mrs. Jamea E. Knox, SOi the honor roll for the first semes- Chairman McCarran (D-Nev) stand in contempt of the commit- LOWVILLE — <JP> — A woman 3:2). L O W COST SPEEDY SERVICE
South William street. read a seven-page statement bri*- tee." was injured and 13 families made
ter. tling with bitterly worded accuse Asked whether any legal action homeless when a $75,000 fire de- St. Mark's Lutheran <
Mr. and Mrs Harry Wilson, SOS
North Perry street, and Mr. and
Mra. Peter D. Wilson, 400 Prospect
tions against the Johns Hopkins. would be taken. McCarran told 1 stroyed a three-story apartment Rev. A. L Dillenbeck, D. D , pastor
University professor. Far Eastern j reporter* that was a matter for | building early today In thia Lewis
specialist, and one-time State De- i the
partment consuUant later
subcommittee to take up county village.
10:30 —Worahip hour; sermon.
"Words from the Cross—The Word
Mrs. Hattie Nelson, 71. broke | 0 f Loneliness.' Youth choir will
What Does It Cost
street, have returned after spend-
ing ten weeks at Tarpon Springs,
Saturday — "Animal
He did so as] the subcommittee Lattimore sat silent while Mc- h " J ' S w hen she jumped from i i n f
Kingdom." wound up 12 days of sesalona at Carran read the lengthy state- t h * top_ floor of the flaming build rlough > Quartet will sing "Be
7:06, S; novelty. T:15. 9:10: car- which Lattimore was questioned
toon. 7:30. »:2S; "Mr. Lord Says intensively about his views and ment, which seven-man subcommit county general" hoapital.
by the full
he said was endorsed i n * 8he w
***"! t o L * w l i ] Merciful To Me. Oh God" (Briggs)
Mr. Hoffman will aing "From Day
to DriveYour Car
'No'," 7:40. 9:40.
about his denials under oath that tee. Fire Chief Frank Van Namee to Day" <Hornblein>. Primary
Sunday—"The Art of Archery," he waa ever a Communist, aa said the blase broke out shortly school.
7:06. »; "A Tropical Mountain previous witnesses had teetified. He said he had- no immediate after midnight and burned for five
11:30--Bible study hour; Junior
Funerals Island," 7:16, S:10; "George and Lattimore opened the hearings comment but might have some- hours. Cause of the fire was not school.
the Dragon," 7:36. 9:30: "The Gal- a month ago with a 60-page state- thing to say later. determined.
Lots of folk* determine this by dividing Hie cost of a gallon
loping Major," 7:40, 9:88. ment in which he attacked the The subcommittee ha* been
subcommittee In language, just as searching for any subversive in- About 66 million acrea that used i f?*** Praabyterlan of (JOS by the milet-per-qaHon they tjot from rheir ear. l i l t
Amedee Palladinl Smaller* A. Ketchledge,
The funeral of Amedeo Palladinl. sharp as that which McCarran fluences on U. S. policy in the to produce feed for nearly 27 mil- Rev. Raymond for the TRUTH en co*t-per mile try tfcis method:
Saturday "Cavalry Scout" 1, used yesterday. Ht said he knew Pacific Relations dPAV a pri-, lion horse* and mulea have been minister
71, will be held Monday morning 7:08, 0:47, "Craxy Over Horse*,'' In advance that he would not re- vate research organisation of released from this production by 10 Church school The Kinder- j
at 8:30 in the home, 103 Hoosac 3:46, 3 34. News. 7. 9 39. celve a fair hearing which Lattimore is a trustee garten and Primary departments j
atreet. and 9:30 in the Immaculate the coming of farm machinery. meet during the church service
Sunday New*. 4:39, 6:61, 9:18;
Conception church. Burial will be 1 cartoon, 4:87, 6:66; "Decision Be hour.
In the Mt. Carmel cemetery. fore Dawn," 3:30, 4:62, 7:14. I X 11—Church service": sermon topic Divide the total cost of a
The pariah rosary will be recited "The Foolishness of the Cross"; YEAR'S driving (including
In the home Sunday-evening at S. Junior sermon. "The Toboggan."
Kentucky Family The Girl Octet will sing "My Jeaus
I Love Thee" by Gordon, and tha
oil, lubrication, r«
ports, etc.) by total
Of Seven Drown* Senior choir will render the an-
them "God 80 Loved the World," mileage.
Meetings BCOTTSVILLE, Ky -<*•»-Seven
from "The Crucifixion" by Sir John
members of one family wan
drowned today when their home 5:go-.Westminster Fellowship.
Fraternity Rebekah lodge will waa washed away by rising water • t O f i J W H O TRUST THEIR CARS TO US. MND THAT
held a regular meeting Monday of Garrett's Creek. COST PER-MILE GOES W A Y DOWNI I
night at 8 In the IOOF rooms.
The victims were' Identified Ike Ballot Shows
Mr. and Mrs. Albert O'Neal and
their Ave children. Names and People Aroused w "—^
agea of the children were not avail- WERE SPECIALISTS AT:
Girl Scout Notes able immediately. SYRACUSE <*> Senator Carl-
SCIENTIFIC DIAGNOSIS OP YOUR ENGINE O N THE
Garrett's Creek overflowed as the son 'R-Kan >. who la backing Gen.
t Girl Scout Troops 14-4 result of heavy rain during the Dwight D Eisenhower for Presi-
Girl Scout troops 14 and 4 met night.
yesterday afternoon in St. Pat- The tragedy waa believed to have
dent, says "the meaning of the
great outpouring of voters" in No\* t u n ' Scientific Test Machine
rick s school where the members occurred shortly after midnight, Hampshire and Minnesota is that
"the people of America are arous- F O L L O W OUR DIAGNOSIS A N D YOUH ENGINE
played "steal the bacon" and but waa not discovered by neigh-
worked on projecta bors until daylight. ed." WILL I E RESTORED TO M A X I M U M EFFICIENCY!
"If people were satisfied with Sam ' 1 • -^aSS
Smuggler* AM China the conduct of American govern-
Four More Boy Scouts SINGAPORE - u f » - Singapore ment In 1SS3, the political pot DRIVE I N TODAY TO INSURE MORE
would not be boiling at it* present
Are Messengers in CD police aay a Chinese Communist-
rate," Carlson aald in the keynote CARE FREE MILES!
harked smuggling ring operating
Four mere Boy Scout*, member* here Is chipping essentia] materials speech last night at a mock party
convention at Syracuse University.
of Troop llfa, were enrolled as to Red China.
Civilian Defense meeaengera and Customs men have recently made
stretcher bearers title morning at a number of eetaure* aboard reeeele
HOWELL & PIERSON
Police beadauartera bound for Red Chinese porta. One THAT THi TsHJMAN FAMILY may move back into the renovated White House shortly after the DAMASCUS, Syria - - < * * - A \0Wm . W . P H w I f l Q U O PHe?ICre#e ^r^v*
T h e y are William Jeremiah of the biggest hauls yielded several President tetania from hit Key West vacation Msrch 29. a moving van loaded with furnlahinga and furni- Syrian proposed law aimed at en- TeL 4*3113 JabMtewe
Townsend, I*wrence Charles Case, thousand motor spare parts which ture from tha Malr House unloads at ths executive.mansion. The now hedge Is of old English boxwood. couraging larger families provide*
for pension* 2S«.
J f J S a - e l * and state decorations
David Frank Morley and William ar* now banned from eaport to
DavM rnt * " • » • haa been a race against time to h«ve the White House ready.to receive Queen Juliana of the Neth- We Give CJirhtiwes Club Tbrlftle*
Charlet-fjniler. China. ' more then six
j t r l a a d a whte abe arrive. April J for a v,,it and tour. t ,^#vwat»«*e'i 1 ^ , ^ ,
I Thomas M. Tryniski
309 South 4th Street
Fulton New York