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Wellsboro Gazette (Newspaper) - February 5, 1948, Wellsboro, Pennsylvania i V- INFORMATION SOUGHT ON VETS GRAVES Spanish Swindle In Vogue Again, Postmaster Says Postmaster Charles E. Fullwood today disclosed that information Horton Asks Cooperation "reaching him from the of Grave Registration Conxion; Flags Avail- able an} letters' received concern- WELLSBORO GAZETTE, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1948 Cherry Flats Items Gaines Locals Glenn Horton, Tioga County Di- rector of Veterans Affairs an- sald the racket works rector of veterans as follows The victim receives a nounced today that he needs the as, (m MexloQ where cooperation of the Graves Reips- operated) mform- tration Committees in the various the WTlter confined Legion Posts throughout the coun- Mexlcan prison, that his ty, and also of the officials of all ht w ul and needs financial tte cemetery associations over the county m locating veterans graves because of his confinement. and seeing that they are properly rurther that prior to his cared for m the Spring. si' he concealed the sum of Horton said he is about to oraer _75000 m a suitcase which he lelt flags for Memorial Day and the curtoms house if the victim County Commissioners are pre- sgnd hm mohey to pay 0B his pared to purchase additional flag and lawyer.s fees (generally holders where needed so-that there to S5000) he will give his wm be flags and flag holders foi f one-third of the every veteran's grave next Mem- onal Day Postal inspectors report that These flag holders are of iron ln the United States and steel and there is a different g aiready been victimized since type for each war The Commis- revlval of the racket, and Pull- sioners are keeping in stock a sup- wod warned the pubhc to be on ply of flag-holders for graves 01 (ruard ao.ainst such "fraud" letters. veterans of the Civil War, Spanish If receive such a the American War, World War I and saicj -turn it over to World War II. There are four ail- me _nd matter will be taken ferent types of markers, and HOT- postal mspection ser- ton said it was necessarj for him to know at the earliest possible _ date, how manv flag holders required in each cemeterj Give Prizes for Card Party Here Following is a list of merchants have contributed prize- for the benefit card party scheduled for February 12, under the auspices cf the Soldiers and Sailors Memoml Hospital Auxiliary Leland Lewis Western Auto Stores Reed Eng- lish, Louis Syracuse Lush Broth- ers, Binder's Tire Shop Focht s Cut BREAK LN GAS LINE CAUSES HEAVY LOSS Mishap Near Coudersport Halts Traffic for Three Hours Monda> JANUARY MILK PRICE MAY BE PER CWT. Blanford Expects Total Production to Reach 365 Million Pounds Dr C J. Blanford, market adm- Frances KJelgaard was hostess to the Gaines Youth Fellowship at the home of her uncle, Leon Lewis, Monday evening. Roger Strait presided at the meet- Ing Devotions were conducted by Patty Strait. The cast of the play "Church Bells" had a rehearsal. Joan Rowland had charge of recrea- tion. A delicious luncheon was served to 14 members and 1 guest. A large number attended the fun- eral of John Bloss at Galeton Tuesday afternoon. who O.Z ceiiw> iv" v of fat above or below the 3.5 per cent standard Dr Blanford said he expected to- tal production m January to reach 365 million pounds. This figure was basecVhe said, on average dalls'de- Inenes of 264 pounds by each of the atproxunately producers Handlers 'must submit reports to the Administrator on the use made of their milk receipts for January not later than February 10. Using these reports, Dr Blanford will compute and announce the actual uniform puce and butterfat differ- make Payments to their producers not later than February 25. October 13, 1775. Congress voted to establish a committee to handle Naval affairs This body, called the Marine Committee, and composed of three members, was the forerunner of the present Navy De- partment. ae course in bartering at Erie, spent the week-end at his home here. Mr and Mrs. Graydon Deats ana daughter Cheryl, of Wellsboro spent the week-end at' the'home of Mr and Mrs, Elmer Shelley. Mrs. Norman Solveson, Mr. and Mrs. George Bartlemus of Buffalo visited at the home of C E. Davis Saturday. Cherry and Mrs. Mark Davis and family motored to Troy Sunday evening. Mr and Mrs. Harry Warters, of Corning visited Mr. and Mrs. Leon Smieson Tuesday. Mr. Warters father Edd Warters returned home with them. Mr and Mrs. Ralph Passmore and family, of Elmira and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Passmore and daughter, Roberta were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Parsmoie The Ladies Aid will serve dinnar at noon Thursday, Feb. 5 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Ford. Mi' and Mrs. E. Marston Watters and eons attended the basketball game at Liberty Friday evening. and Mrs. E Dorse Albert, of Clearfleld spent Sunday with Mrs. Albert's1 mother, Mrs. Grace Vanderhoof who is a patient at the Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hos- pital. Labor Relations [Course Offered A program of two courses In the fleld of industrial and labor rel- ations is being offered in by the extension division of the1, New York State School of Indus- trial and Labor Relations, Cornell University, to begin, this (Thurs- day) evening. Each course ifi scheduled to meet for eight weeks. Both courses are free, with no credits or examinations involved. They are open to the general pub- ljc. The two courses will start at Co-ning Free Academy, corner of Third and Pine streets at p. m and registration will be taken at the first two meetings. Each meeting will continue for an hour, snd a half. I Roy, instructor at Perm State College is spending a vaca- tion at the home of h.s parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Roy 'on Grant street. Hills Creek Briefs Hills and Mrs. Fleming of Bible School spent dav night at Charley Copleys. V J. Bearnhardt and Mr and Mrs Pat Carl Borden were in Tioga Mrs. John Winters and A B Winters motored to Reading TtriirsdsV Little Robert John Winters has been sick the past week It was 32- below zero here Sat- morning. 2 up. Scouting ,oers of the Boy Scouts of America Feb 6th to 12th, marking the 38tn "i This year Boy Scouts are empha- ou ana natural" resources, planting Sardens- on home repairs and personal health check- uirld peac? through World Jamborees ant' nations with members. Through Fund of voluntary gifts the Boy Scouts OJ .....heir units, so shipped. Above is Scout birthday. ers nmu.no Coudersport A gas 1 ne break Rate Market Basket Zarvis Broth- Monday night which cajsed a Amerlca helps Scouts overseas ers Smith's Shoe Store Kentch s whistling noise that could be heard (han 3 000 tons of equipment j J Davis Son. Phillips Clothi- for eight miles m the Coudersport officiai poster marking the Sco ers 'Howard Campbell Frank Cal- area resulted in the loss of from_______________________ lahan George Young Ralph Devvey, 10 to 12 million cubic feet of LakeS] IU _ jones is Shaw's Jewelers. Bowers Drug gas before the leak could be gjgns With Jsavy 17 vears old and has had the Tin- Ke EM is owned by the New Charles W. Jones of William ri of iLmce, McWoy Bike's YOrk S'a-e Natural Gas Companj B Jones. Blossburg, tha? branch of the Men's Shop Evans Auto, Wellsboro Of which E R Seifert is thg n s Navv for a period of tnree Electnc Lewis Corwm, Moshers the area field superintendent 5 10' Noteware's. Mildred Moran, ioss was placed at S3 000. Pressure ergemg his recruit train- a ex. ixj, i -Rut- fnr hlirnnnf n6W COUP- "U" o c XTovol in ing at the U. S Naval entenng the Navy Support your local newspaper. Prizes will be on display in the I Traffic .n area was stopped for a period of over three hours as companv officials warned that a backfire' might resul" in serious damage to automobiles window of Sike s later this week Hi-Y Groups Begin Studies Elderly Couple Wed At Little Marsh weeks studv on 'Teen Top- ics" as presented bv the Perms; 1- David KelU. 80. and Mar, Jane vama YMCA Mrs Rex Davis is 88 ueie rra.Tied Class instructor 31 bv Justice of the Peace Frank Tne Hi-Y of the Hish School E Davis, at Little Marsh will start the "same course Thurs- Present for the occasion were Mr day (to-davi with Pi of Leonard and Mrs Denzel Bettj Snort Irwin as instructor The Games Fav Tavlor ana Mr Fairbanks High School won the state award A resident of Little Marsh for In 1946 and the reaional award in ;he past three jears the groom was 1947 for the highest in the originally engaged in lumbering op- life discussion "groups erations in Keating Summit Witn the exception of a shon residence at Mills tne bride has been a hfe- ne resiaen; of Tioga county r pnotograpnins of tne coaple fol- and a long time resident of Law- -10Vied tne ceremonv. and then a Mclnroy Owens DIAL 4564 24 Wain Street Wellsboro RCA Victor A fashion leader in mar- bleized burgundy red. Luxurious Catalm brand plastic and clear "Golden Throat" tone make this table radio a hit with en-one! Standard and short e bands attachment for record 2-point tone control. Available, too. in marblcizcd black and black AC-DC. CORA'S BEAUTY SHOP SCIENTIFIC SCALP TREATMENTS FOR MEN AND WOMEN To Correct Falling Hair and Dandruff GENERAL KE-CONDITIONING Ladies. Prepare Your Hair for Your Spring Permanent Mea's Nights: Monday and Thursday, 7-9 by Appointment CORA SCRANTON-BERNARD L. 85 Central Avenue Phone 32D6 like a CONCERT GRAND IN PERFECT PITCH THE PURR OF YOUR MOTOR WILL BE Mrs. Ida M. Coolev Mrs Ida Maj Baldwin Coo.ej, 83, and a long nine -10wed tne ceremonv. nuu renceville. died at Wellsboro Feb ,Aeaamg dinner was sened b> Mrs 1 She was born in Pennsjhama, D Middlebury Items Middlebury A son Warren Sept 18. 1864, daughter of Myron and Sarah Brant Baldwin She is survived by one son, Lee Cooley of Swampscott. Mass., one daughter, Mrs. Mabel Hanmer of latemont. N Y bj a Mr 3 Mrs Laura Hinds of Baltimore McConum at the Soldiers Md one grandchild and several Sali0rS Memonal Hospital, in nieces and nephews Wellsboro Funeral was neid at the Kiinl aM Mrs Rlce ancj pon. Funeral Home m Lawrenceviile of Mansfield their yesterday Rev Mabel Darent.5 Mr "and MrB Bov Rice pastor of the Methodi-t cha-ch of- and GeorEe Batler and fieiatmg. bunal in of Junction cemetery "MMted Mr and Mrs Mernlle Van- derhoof on Sundav Mrs. Millie C. Mr and ciark Davi- of El- Mrs Millie Coolidee Shaw age mira accompanied b.. Frank Star- 89, wndow of Juason Shaw ciea on icev and Mr and Starke-.. Tuesday at -he home of her avi.n- the f meral of trie -a'e- ter, Mrs Harr-, Palmt' ,n M.dcie- Ricn of Wooinch on fann- Center She b >ti Jan day 15, "l859. m Ansnfc 'he Mr and Cladde F ara daughter of J W COO'IC_T and Ned Putnam .n Sanoerhn- Cathenne Xiokerson Cooliage SunaiV Besides her dauen'er >he su-- Mr ana Mr- F! .Tin and vived by two Mr- Ar.na family of CKceola. visitea Mr ana Westbrook and Meh'.a Cool- Mrs Stanley Tubbs on Sundae idge. both of tnree Muss Laura Decker of Croosed grandchildren and six g-eat grand- Creek, and Bernard P-oss. o: children N Y. -pent Sundav with The funeral will be tomor- the sister Mrs Loaie row iPndaj i afternoon 2 o clock French at the home of he' Mrs M.ss June Carpenter atU-noed Harry Palmer in Middleburv. Rev -he wedding of Miss Benf- Squires of offic a-me. and C Jo-eph Chartrand of Add'.son. recently. Mrs Donald Blis1; and son. and Mrs Fred Starker spent la.-: with Mrs Rose Hvler in Blossburs n.rntn.t. So-, Ronald Carpenter entered Sta'e IT college Fnday to take the DH1A ho-re of course Jonrs E-.T7- Ce-c.l Smi'h of Dareett has open- 1 for business in the Fred Starkey ATTAINMENT AFTER A SUPER-SERVICE TUNE UP- Any i' doesn't sound ''jst it in! We'll put I. tune with o Tune Up. We wil ADJUST Points, Timing, Valve Tap- pets ran Belt and CLEAN the Air Cleaner, BcHery Termini. Spc-k PMgs; CHECK the Coil, Con- dense' Dfsrributo-. Voltage Control. Vc-rVum Control. Compression and Hect Control; TIGHTEN Cyl- ind-r Head, Ma.ufold, Hose do a host of other important things that will make your motor -give out with the music and ready response wh.ch mean, safety ond in driving. Bring.lt Back to VtheJrolei lor CHEVROLET-Super-Service. EVANS AUTO COMPANY, Wain Pearl Streets Wellsboro, Pa. TO CHEVROLET FOR SERVICE PARTS ACCESSORIES burial in Keenev. ille ceme'er. Round Top Briefs Round C Clety of Chns-inn today m Mr and Mrs Robert One welcome please bnne your thimble? garage Mr. and Mrs Or-, al B'-own are M.. and Mr; Memlle rejoicmg the birth of a daugh- H00f in Knoxville on Surl- ier Mrs. Brown was formerl; Mary Qav Jane Bliss of this place "_________________________ Mr. and Mrs Glenn Waibridec visited Robert H Davison in the Blossburg State Hospital on Mon- day. His condition is about the Mr. and Mrs. FYtemon! Youman's of Covington called on Mr. find Mrs. Milton Peake just before start- ing on their trip to in their trailer. They have arrived safely In Florida. Mr and Mrs. Milton Pfake and family in Sunday to j Mr. and Mrs. Fred Touman, Smfth, of Tioga inrlth her rfrter, Mrs. IATTT Wart! Mr. an4 Mm Ror Blim, Mr. and and Mr. and Mrs Pwkr the newt nrrvtce in Top the M- MtaiM Mrm. Mm. Mm. Square Dance Finals Cash Award Rumsey's Dance WESTFIELD, PA. Friday, February 13 to I FRALEY'S MUSIC i, the fruition of almost haH a century of unwavering .dherence to the most ex- Putnam Sales Service --HOME TOWN NEWS- In every crowd the ,topic of :onversation is the dependable towing service offered by FRANK M. CALLAHAN. WE HAVE BETTER CAR WASHING SERVICE 4141 In annoi Heebner e: use funds creational, and empl< handicappe which one pling condi flicted wwil Programs afflicated w defects, p< deformities, ease. Thou clinics, woi and other i in public s ;