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pomvmi RirutucAN, monday, octomr is. AG! TBI mi Off to Boston For Girl Scout Convention Perpetuate Memory of Columbus at Annual City Observance I SCHUYLKILL HAVEN The First Methodist Church of Sch. Haven opened a campaign of Evangelism Sunday which will continue through October 21st. During the series of Sunday and week day night services there will be a guest preacher at every service. Evening services are announced for 7:90 on Sunday morning 10:90.

The Sunday services were well attended. The County Institute will be held Monday and Tuesday, October 29th and 30th. All public school teachers of the county will attend. The pu pils will enjoy a two day vacation. The Current Events Club of Sch.

Haven will meet Tuesday night at the home of Miss Dorothy Lessig on East Mam St. Mrs. Clara Dengler Rittenhouse, and Miss Iva Dengle Wilson of natives of Sch. Haven, greeted friends here over the week end. Misses Dorothy Lessig and Harriet Hoy, attended a conference of high school year book executives in New York City over the week end.

ml Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Sen and children, Beth and Pamela, of Landover Hills, visited relatives and friends here Saturday, and Sunday. Dramatic Reading The women of St. Matthews Luth eran Church will sponsor a pro mm in the Church Wednes day evening.

Oct. 24th at 8 o'clock BbBbbHHrV fc -4V i Miss Marion Brown of Hazleton, will present a reading "The Re him of Christopher." She is an ex pression and English teacher and her work is attracting much atten "Only recently hag the world realized the staggering proportions of the discovery of America by this savi Attorney James Iannucci, as he points to bust of Chri stopher Columbus at annual Columbus Day celebration Sat. urday sponsored by Pottsville Sons of Italy lodge. Listening intently to the principal speaker are left to right, Anthony Piccioni, committee secretary, Judge Charles W. Staudenmc ier, State Senate Secretary G.

Harold Watkins, Sons of Italy president, Michael Spina, Iannucci, Congressman Ivor D. Fen ton, committee chairman Charles DiCello, toastmaster Attorney Arthur Ricchiuti and committee treasurer Louis Long. tion. There were no football games Leaders In the county Girl Scout movement pack bags Sunday as they depart for Boston where they will represent Schuylkill Council at the 31st convention of the National Council, starting today and continuing through Thursday. Left to right are Mrs.

Charles Evans, Llewellvn; Mrs. Dan Rengier, Mrs. Emery Boruch and Mrs. Darwin Harter, Potts-vUleT Photo) here over the week end. The weath er was perfect for the sport but a late cancellation idled the lo cal high school eleven.

On Tuesday night the Hurricanse Jayvees will play Cass Twp. juniors. un The World Today By Norman Csrignan "In history's grim recital of man's accomplishments and failures the discovery of America by Christopher Columbus stands out as the most important single event affecting the entire Attorney James Iannucci, Phila. told members and guests of Pottsville Sons of Italy lodge at their annual Columbus Day celebration Wednesday nignt, same time, uie 7th, 8th and 9th graders from the Pottsville High School will play the same grades from Sch. Haven on Rotary field and on Friday night the regular team will play Muhlenberg Berks County.

The lo-eaU have been training for a WASHINGTON, Oct. 15 (Latin America's swashbuckling dictators, who clapped their enemies in jail, slammed the doors of Congress and ruled the country with an iron hand and a decree are rapidly fading away. I Saturday. The current generation of "strong Addressing over 100 guests at the affair held in the Necho Allen Hotel Attorney Iannucci told them, "The discovery of America assumes staggering value when you realize that all our present char acteristics and institutions political, social and economic stem from that event." men" they abhor the word "dictator" run a streamlined operation, rule the country with a gioved hand and operate through the ma chinery of a Democracy with all The 30th annual affair opened the legal trimmings. lssRaii edr T.

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Joseph's Church followed by singing of the National Anthem by the assemblage. Com well as strength. heavy assignment. Reserved seat tickets will be sold in advance. Firs Prevention Seals The Schuylkill Hose Company, members are again offering fire prevention seals for sale.

Funds realized will go into the fund for the maintainance or purchase of equipment. First Evan and Reformed Monday. 730 Churchmen1 Brotherhood at the church. Tuesday. T30 p.

showing at church of denominational movlng-plcture film, "A Wonderful An offering wUl he received. Tuesday, 730 p. the Catechetical Claaa is meeting to see the ahowing of the film, which waa mentioned above. Wednesday, 638 p. turkey banquet to be served at the church to the ladies of the Schuylkill Haven chapter of the Order of the Eastern Star, by the Helpers' Class.

Thursday, 7 p. Youth and Senior choirs at the church. Christ Evan. Lutheran: Boy scouts Monday at 7. Green Goose cabin.

Vesper choir, Thursday. Senior choir, S. Women's Auxiliary of Mount Airy Seminary will meet at Seminary Chapel on Friday at 3. ConflrmaUon Claaa Current examples deny with a mittee chairman Charles DiCetio welcomed the guests and presented Attorney Arthur E. Ricchiuti great deal of heat they are die-tators.

They point to the fact they have been elceted by the people, who acted as toastmaster. Michael Spina Pottsville lodge have a Constitution, Congress, reg uiar court system and outer in venerable asked his listeners to. stitutions which are normally as sociated with a Democracy. "Have the faith and hope Columbus had when he set out for the But there isn't much daubt among the constituents that "El Presidente" is the boss and it is rare indeed that Congress turns down a Presidential proposal or quarrels over a Presidential appointment. The opposition, too, new world.

His discovery gave the entire world He pleaded for a resumption of the annual scholarship award given to high school students of Italian extraction for scholastic ability which, due to lack of interest, was not awarded this year. sZ. wP9l Hn pMnHj II I I ill senses how far it can go. This development came about Congressman Ivor D. Fcnton CEASE-FIRE SITE IN KOREA.

is an aerial view of the village of Panmnnpom in Korea where cease-fire negotiations will be co nducted by United Nations and Communist delegates. The truce talks will be reopened la a tent in a bean patch in the town. Pan-munjom is eight miles southeast of Kaesong, ite of earlier peace talks. primarily to stem attacks of "die- a a a a mm praised the lodge for having the tatorsnip irom nome ana abroad Saturday. 10; Pre-Conftxmauon uiasa Saturday.

11. St. John's Evangelical and Reformed: Monday. 7:30 p- Senior Youth Fellowship; p. meeting of the Officers of the Women's Guild.

Wednesday, 6:30 p. Junior choir; 8 p. Senior choir. Thursday, 6:30 p. Jr.

Youth Fellowship; 8:30 p. meeting of the men of the church, beginning with dinner. The program win follow at 7:13. Saturday, 10 a. Senior ConflrmaUon class; 11 a.

Junior Confirmation claaa. same aims and principles as our The word itself has come to have founding fathers. "People from the a very unsavory meaning in La time of Columbus have been en tin America because of the ex Shenandoah, Angelo Clerci, Miners THEATRE FEATURE TIME vious of our Fen ton said. maintains that there are signs everywhere which are most con- treme ruthlessness of some past ville Sons of Italy lodge president. "They would destroy us if pos vincing that God is looking after sible and you, who love your iiber-ty, defend it and don't let unscru HOLLYWOOD "The Golon 3.3S, 3:3.

:49. CAPITOL "PalntLni the Clouds wltt ml FIREMEN BATTLE $100,000 BLAZE As flames shoot skyward, firemen climb on to nearby roofs to battle a fire in warehouse at Philadelphia this morning. Five alarms brought virtually all central city fire equipment to the scene. Blaze started in a box factory and spread to five nearby buildings. dictators.

Enemies of President Juan Pe-ron of Argentina have frequently attacked him from abroad as being a dictator. But Peron just as quickly has come back with the Obituaries ti bis children, just as he always did. God's laws are immutable and unchangeable and even if mankind allows the laws to be broken, Committee for the affair Charles DiCello, chairman, Anthony Oiceio-ni, Secretary, Louis Long, Treasurer, Mary Messina, Victoria Spi pulous nations take it away from During the dinner, vocal selections were presented by Mrs. Raymond Caravan accompanied by Mary Caravan. School in the Class of 1946 Ser MRS.

EARL BOYIR Mrs. Earl Boyer, R.D. 1, Lewis-town Valley, died at her home Sunday evening. She was in ill health for 15 years. She was a daughter of the late na, Mary Pappapietro, Mary Cala-bro, Amelia Pascuzzi.

Theresa Caravan, Angie Alatti, Bettina Perry, Mamie Long, Jennie Morris, Gae- In brief remarks, State Senate Secretary G. Harold Watkins, NY10N HOSIERY SPECIALISTS More Than 25 Stylos answer Argentina is a Democracy, that he was elected President and the country has a Constiution, a Congress and a system of The Argentine Senate is made up entirely, of Peronista Party members and only a small number of radical party opponents are a sudden change will come some day which will make the lawbreaker realise that he can't break the law of God without suffering the consequences. The Preaching Mission will be formally opened on Monday night when a supper will be served at tano Strazziero, Dommick Vittem- Frackville asked for a re-birth of Alfred and Elizabeth Moyer Ruch WITH THE COLORS Given Promotin Sergeant Walter J. Leganza of Pottsville, now serving with the Legal Section of the 3D Logistical Command (B) in Korea, was recently promoted to Sergeant First Class. Sergeant First Class Leganza berghi, Arthur Ricchiuti, John and was born in Lewis town Valley, Italian freedom to take her rightful place among the nations of the Perry, Steve Caravan, Michael and was a member of Zion's Lu Spina, Gerald Megna, Casper Mes world.

He classed the' present re- in the Chamber of Deputies. sina, James Luppino, Lawrence ence of Italy as, "another six o'clock at First Methodist theran unurciv. un aptu i rhe was married to Earl Boyerjf6' t.o.ih.r with rat 1 Kern geant First Class Leganza enlisted upon graduation from high school. He is the holder of the World War II Victory Medal, the Occupation Ribbon for service in Japan, the Good Conduct Medal and the Korean Service Ribbon. His home is at 219 North Tenth Street in Pottsville.

On Rescue Squadron John J. Zaglak, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Zaglak, 217 South 4th Minersville, has been promoted from corporal to sergeant in the United States Air Force. The Congress has passed a stiff Alatti.

Julia Vittemberghi, Jennie Factory Seconds 15 and St Denier 51 Gauge 3 Pain $2.00 naissance when Italy came into Church for the captains and workers in the Visitation Campaign Borzellino and Rose Chioccini. her own giving letters, art and cul law levying heavy punishment 00 anyone showing "disrespect" for ture to the then known world Judge Charles W. Staudenmeicr the President or members of his government. Peron is now running praised the Italian people for, "Giv first entered the service in June of 1946 when he joined the Air Forces. He was stationed at Scott Field, Illinois, and was discharged from the Air Corps in March of 1947.

He enlisted in the Army in July of that year and was station-ed at Fort Jackson, South Caro- for reelection. Rev. Corson Talks On Signs of Time Taking his text from Luke 2:14. Rev. Corson will be the speaker and there will be services conducted each night at 7.30 p.m.

at the church until Thursday night. Rev. Corson is an outstanding minister and preacher of the Haddon-field Church Methodist Church, of the New Jersey Conference. I. C.

GRETH CO. SALESROOM 124 S. 3rd Hamburg son Wilbur at home; one daughter, Elizabeth, wife of Newton Neater, Hecla R.D.; one brother Earl Ruch, Lewis town Valley; three sisters, Mrs. Mary Breiner, Middle-port; Mrs. Lewis Garenty, Middle-port; and Mrs.

Claude Koch, R.D. 1, New Ringgold, and seven grandchildren. Funeral Thursday afternoon from Allen Funeral Home, Centre and Washington Pottsville with ing their whole heart and being to the country of their adoption not merely lip He enumerated Americans of Italian descent who have made names in all fields Sergeant Zagalak is an aircraft lina Ventill Farms Virginia and and engine mechanic with Flight the Army Language School in Cali- of the 10th Air Rescue Squad "And This Shall Be a Sign Unto Rev. Lynn H. Corson preach in Nicaragua Gen.

Anastasio Somoza has ruled as president or war minister, but always as the "strong man," during the past 19 years. Last year Somoza got caught in a three-way election fight which clouded his prospects for victory. Somoza reached an understanding with his most relentless nolitical and especially the large number ron, based on windswept Adak fomia prior to September of 1949 who have given their lives on world battlefields in defense of their ing at First Methodist Church opened the Preaching Mission I which is to be conducted in the Methodist churches of the area during the coming week. when he was sent to the Far East, la Japan be was assigned to General Headquarters in Tokyo and was ordered to Korea in March of 1951 to join the 3D Logistical Command. A graduate of the Pottsville High IB BnMsnl burial in Evangelical United Brethren cemetery, Lewistown Valley.

The Rev. John R. Gulick pastor of Reformed Church will conduct services. nemy, Gen. Emilio Chamorro.

The understanding was the Somoza' liberal party and Chamor- ro's Conservative party would adopted country. Attorney Iannucci, solicitor for the inheritance tax bureau in Phila. traced the growth of history since the discovery of America saying, "Columbus pulled back the "iron curtain of his fear of the unknown and ignorance with his epic-making voyage. He projected the European countries and divis-sions into the new frontier, America. He had faith and courage in his dreams to make them a Island in the Aleutian chain.

10th Air Rescue Squadron is a unit of Air Rescue Service, United States Air Force organization devoted to providing search and rescue service for activities of the Air Force and military and civilan aviation of the United States and other countries. A graduate of the Minersville High School, Zagalak was employed by the Michigan Consolidated Gas Company in Detroit prior to entering the Air Force in April of 1949. He later attended the Aircraft and Engine Mechanics school at Air Force Base, Wichita Falls, Texas, before being assigned to the Alaskan theater. Rev. Corson taking the stand that there are signs of all kinds in the present day which point to the fact that God is looking after his people just as he has done in the past.

No big happening or event forms a basis for that belief but rather the many little signs of an awakened conscience. Such simple things as an open church door, a friendly word or a ray of sunshine have changed the lives of many. Instead of being pessimistic about the world of today. Dr. Corson PIANOS MICHAEL J.

WHALIN Michael J. Whalen, World War 1 veteran died suddenly at his home in Park Place Saturday after a short illness. He was a son of Mrs. Lotetta Whalen and the late Michael Whalen, 107 W. Pine Ma ha no City and was employed at Guin-an's Store.

He was a member of St. Fidelis Church, Holy Name Society and American Legion Post 74, and was Sgt. at Arms at the Post for a number of years. He is survived by his wife the former Mary Kaier; four children, Listing great Italians in every Have All These FWE Piano FEATURES field of endeavor Attorney Iannuc RAJAH THEATRE READING, PA. 2 Days Oct.

ObIt Mat Sat. 2:2 THE NEW YORK COMPANY cole porter a- SAM BELLA SPEWACK ci said, "Italians are custodians of America's imperishable destiny" The program closed with benediction by Rev. Peter Cruise, cur Mask Desk Light Invisible Sliding Fall Board Moth Proof Hemsner Comet Height of Key frew Floe Praetke Pedal Direct Blow Art ion Four Section Cat Iron Piste Five Poet Beta AcotJrticon Tone OismW More SooodiBf BosH Ares ate, St. Joseph's Church. Dancing and refreshments followed the din TRUCK STOLEN David P.

Valera, 1 Ablet Village. complained to the police that Ma tractor-trailer truck had been stolen from S. Railroad at. He aatd share representation in Congress on a two- to one ratio. Presumably this also extended to patronage.

The election results showed that for every two Liberals elected to Congress one was also elected by the conservatives. Somoza was sworn in as President on May 1 of this year for a new six-year term. Peru's President Gen. Manuel Odria, who first came to power in 1948 by revolution, was named President in July, 1950, in a single ticket election. The candidacy of his opponent, Gen.

Ernesto Mon tagne, was not recognized by the National Electoral Board. The board charged many of the signatures on his petition were fraudulent. The Dominican Republic's President Generalissimo Rafael Leo-nidas Trujillo has won handily in several elections during the 20 years he has been in power. In the general elections next year Trujillo is backing his brother, Hector, for president. Hector is now minister of war.

tf0 OX'S ner. Honored guests introduced in ad dition to the speakers included: os sale at PUu Theatre. Ko. be parked the truck on Railroad atreet north of Union atreet about 12:30 a. 5th St.

tin day of show. M-ZS. S3 TS. $3.25. SZ.Ji.

Mat gU. KM. Stat. SI M. Tax lad and when he returned for it at 6:30 Clerk of Courts Edward weibel, Attorney Nicholas D'AUensandro, GirardviUe, John Malinowski, Polish-American Civic Club president, Man seaeis aceeote a a.

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John McCormick, a twin sister Mrs. Julia Guinan and Mrs. Susan Smith, all of Mahanoy City and Mrs. Mary Myers, Reading. Funeral Wednesday with mass in St.

Fidelis Church, and burial in the parish cemetery. James Haughney has charge. MRS. ELIZABETH PORT! Mrs. Elizabeth R.

Ports, 57, Hat-boro, formerly of Tamaqua, died Sunday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Joseph Pakenas, Hatboro. She is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Pakenas and three sons, Joseph, Tuscarora; George, Hatboro and James, Phila and eight grandchildren and one sister Mrs. Clara Huber, Hanover.

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