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JOHNSTOWN DAILY TRIBUNE
JOHNSTOWN, PA
1948

 

Wednesday Evening, June 2, 1948
p.22
Contributed by Kelly Kendig

NAVY RECRUITERS SIGN 14 DISTRICT MEN FOR SERVICE

Local recruiters announced today that 14 district men have been accepted for duty in the navy. Four of them were enlisted through the branch office in Indiana. The new Navy men are:

Joseph P. Davis Jr., 18, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Davis of Portage R. D. 1. He graduated from Portage Twp. High School and was employed by the Keystone Farms Dairy, Ebensburg, prior to enlisting.

Arthur D. Martynuska, 18, son of Steven Martynuska of Lilly. He graduated form Lilly High School this year.

Edward F. Novatny, 19, so of Steven Novatny of Portage R. D. 1. A 1947 graduate of Portage Twp. High School, he was employed as a truck driver before he enlisted.

Philip J. Kapustka, 17, son of Mr. and Rms. Joseph Kapustka of Lilly. He attended Lilly High School and worked as a laborer.

John R. Orehowsky, 18, son of Frank Orehowsky of Lilly.

Joseph Branas, 17, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Branas of 930* Caldwell Ave., Portage. he was graduated from Portage High School this spring.

Walter Lee McVicker, 17, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Guy McVicker of 915 Gillespie Ave., Portage. He also was graduated from Portage High School this term.

Donald Francis Shaw, 18, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Shaw of 1027 South Railroad St., Portage. He attended schools in Portage.

Frank Henry Ewel Jr., 17, son of Mr. and Mrs.. Frank Henry Ewel of 638 Linden Ave. He attended Hershey Industrial School, Cochran Junior High School and Johnstown High School.

Charles Boyd Kelly, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kelly of Saltsburg. He was graduated this spring from Saltsburg High School.

James Anthony Buggy, son of Mr. and Mrs. William J. Buggy of Chambersville. he was a student in Indiana High School.

Bernard Eugene Nussen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Nussen of Homer City. Prior to enlisting, he had been employed by the Armstrong construction Co., Kittanning.

Steve Shimko, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Shimko of Lucernemines. He had been employed in the Mahoning Supply Co. Store in Lucernemines.

Bernard Leslie Anderson, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Peter Anderson of Lucernemines. A former student at Indiana High School, he was employed in Indiana by the Indiana Countian.

NOTICE OF FILING PETITION FOR CERTIFICATE TO ACT AS FEME SOLE TRADER

Notice is hereby given that Nan L. Miller of 223 Union Street, Johnstown, Pennsylvania, has presented her petition to the Court of Common Pleas of Cambria County, Pennsylvania, praying for a certificate authorizing her to act as a fem sole trader. Said proceedings being entered to No. 76 March Term, 1948, C. P. and the Court has entered a decree directing that a hearing on the said petition by held at the Courthouse at Ebensburg, Pennsylvania, at 10 o'clock a.m., E. D. T., June 7, 1948, at which time and place all persons interested may appear and be heard.

NAN L. MILLER, Petitioner.

HARRY E. SIMMONS, Attorney for Petitioner, 614-615 U. S. National Bank Building, Johnstown, Pennsylvania.

EXECUTRIX'S NOTICE

In the estate of Anna S. Roshon, late of the City of Johnstown, County of Cambria and State of Pennsylvania, deceased.

Notice is hereby given that letters testamentary in the estate of Anna S. Roshon, decedent above named, have been granted to the undersigned. All persons indebted to said estate are requested to make payment, and those having claims or demands against the same will make them known without delay to

ROSALIE A. ROSHON, Ececutrix, 1140 Solomon Street, Johnstown, Pennsylvania.
HARRY E. SIMMONS, Attorney for Petitioner, 614-615 U. S. National Bank Building, Johnstown, Pennsylvania.

 

Monday, 14 Jun 1948
p.17
Contributed by Kelly Kendig

EXECUTRIX'S NOTICE

In the estate of Metro or Myrto or Mitro Kost, late of the Borough of Franklin, County of Cambria and State of Pennsylvanis, deceased.

Notice is hereby given that letters testamentary in the estate of the above named decedent have been granted to the undersigned. All persons indubted to said estate are requested to make payment and those having claims or demands against the same will make them known without delay to MARY KOST, Executrix,
50 Hazel Street, Franklin Borough, Conemaugh, Pennsylvania.

EDWARD J. HARKINS, ROBERT J. WHARTON, Attorneys for Executrix, 1101-1105 First National Bank Bldg., Johnstown, Pennsylvania.

NINE SENTENCES HANDED OUT BY SOMERSET JURIST

SOMERSET -- Nine defendants received jail sentences when they appeared before Judge Norman T. Boose in Somerset County Court this morning.

Robert Mitchell and Irvin Miller, Addison Twp., received six months to one year leas a day in the Somerset County Jail for theft of chickens at the farm of John Merrill, near Ft. Hill. The two men also were ordered to pay the costs of prosecution and to make restitution.

Harvey and Donald Segar, Somerset R. D. 2, received a similar sentence when they entered pleas of guilty to stealing a motor vehicle in Somerset last Apr. 10. The young men admitted they took a car owned by Clark Weyand, Rockwood R. D. 1, form its parking place in Somerset and wrecked it near Jenners No. 2.

Damage to the vehicle was estimated at about $1,400, District Attorney Thomas F. Lansberry told the court. Judge Boose ordered the pair to pay the costs and to make restitution.

Columbus and Raymond Beeman, Somerset R. D. 5, received a jail sentence of form six months to a year less a day for the theft of household articles form the home of Anna Klink, Somerset R. D. 5. They also were ordered to pay costs and make restitution.

Judge Boose deferred sentence on Pete and Joe Tirko, Hooversville, until a third brother, Steve, is taken into custody. The Tirkos were convicted of assault and battery at the last term of court but Steve Tirko is a fugitive form justice. The two brothers were placed under $1,000 surety bond until the September term of court.

John Mitchell Pritts, Middlecreek Twp., convicted on a charge of driving a motor vehicle while under the influence of intoxicating liquor last month, was fined $200, ordered to pay costs and sentenced to six months in the county jail.

On an appeal form reckless driving charges filed before a justice of the peace, ward Kinsinger, Somerset, was found guilty. He was fined $10 and ordered to pay costs.

Ross Saylor, Somerset, was placed under a $1,000 surety bond when brought into court for surety of the peace.

Two Johnstown men were sentenced by Judge Boose on an assault and battery charge. George Koban was ordered to pay costs and a fine of $100. He was placed on parole for six months. Andrew Koban, his brother, was ordered to pay a $100 fine and costs.

 

Friday Evening, 25 Jun 1948
Contributed by Kelly Kendig

BIRTH RECORD

Mr. and Mrs.. Ralph A. Culp, Lexington, Ky., son, Ralph Albert Jr., May 25. Mr. Culp is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd V. Culp of Lexington, formerly of Walsall, and a grandson of Mrs. Elizabeth Moss of Wallsall. Both Mr. and Mrs. Culp resided in Johnstown until 1941.

AT LEE HOSPITAL

Mr. and Mrs. Casimer Sandak, 142 J. St., son, June 25.

Mr. and Mrs.. Samuel Salem, 338 First St., Conemaugh, son, June 24.

AT MERCY HOSPITAL

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel A. Ream, 1466 Franklin St., son, June 24.

Mr. and Mrs. Virgil R. Miller, 570 Corinne st., son, June 25.

Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Helsel, 536 grove Ave., daughter, June 24.

AT MEMORIAL HOSPITAL

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Miller, 515 Summit ave., daughter, June 24.

Mr. and Mrs. John Polack, 142 North St., Brownstown, son, June 24.

Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Gilbert, Johnstown R.D.5, son June 24.

Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Mock, 1005 Bedford St., twins, son and daughter, June 24.

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Moata, 155 Barron Ave., daughter, June 24.

 


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