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Indiana Gazette (Newspaper) - July 27, 1990, Indiana, Pennsylvania CHRISTOPHER JAMES CHIODINI 22 of Dallas Texas formerly of Clymer RD 2 died Thursday July 26 1990 in Dallas A son of James P and Betty Jo Scott Chiodini he was born Nov in the Indiana Hospital Mr Chiodini was a member of St Anthonys Roman Catholic Church Cly mer a 1985 graduate of Penns Manor High School and a 1988 graduate of Computer Tech Pittsburgh He was on a threeyear work study program with Electronic Data Systems Dallas with less than one year to go after which he planned return to the Pennsylvania area Surviving are his parents two sisters Mrs Brian Maria Young Clymer and Gina at home and one brother Tim at home Friends will be received from 24 and 79 Sunday in the Harry J Bence Funeral Home Clymer where a wake service will be held at 3 Sunday A Mass of Christian burial will be held in St Antho nys Church at 10 Monday with the Rev Fr John Butler as the celebrant Interment will follow in St Bernards Cemetery Indiana NELLIE V KNUPP 95 Indiana died Wednesday July in Indiana A daughter of John and Emily Pardee Langham she was born Nov 11 1894 in Green Township Mrs Knupp was a member of the First Christian Church Indiana Surviving are four children John L and Murray Indiana Mrs Robert Louise George Chambersville Mere dith Reda Hermitage 12 grandchildren 20 greatgrandchildren and five great greatgrandchildren She was preceded in death by her husband Walter Knupp in 1958 a daugh ter Naomi Miller seven sisters and brothers Jean Duffy Edna Long Aman da Barber Perry Marshall Robert and Charles Langham Friends will be received from 24 and 79 Friday in the Rairigh Funeral Home Hillsdale where services will be held at Saturday The Rev Paul N Wilkins will officiate with interment to follow in East Cemetery Pur chase Line PUNXSUTAWNEY Births July 26 Mrs James Baun Punxsutawney RD 4 a girl Admissions Larry Hickok Bla zavich Plumville Mrs Dorothy Domb Punxsutawney Mrs Luther Smith Punxsutawney RD 7 Emily Harbison Strattanville RD 1 Discharges Almeda Williard Punxsutawney Shellie Grover and infant ney David M Bartlebaugh and Orval Grimes Brookville RD 1 INDIANA HOSPITAL Births July 26 Thomas and Mary Kistter Centre Hall RD 1 a boy Tim and Sherry ter Creekside RD 1 a girl Mitchell and Constance Borst Marion Center RD 1 a boy Randy and Kimberly Thomas 225 E Church Homer City a girl Gerard and Debra Thomchick 855 Country Lane Indiana a boy and Gregg and Kathy Crawford 295 Old Glory Road Indiana a boy Admissions Ray Dustin 29 E Chestnut Blairs ville John G Bosley Homer City RD 1 Carmella Bonnoni Homer City RD 2 Discharges Audra L Hadden Dixonville Brenda L Graham and infant Homer City RD 1 Melanie J Frederick and infant 6211 Catalpa Blairsville Robin C Utberg 882 Twolick Drive Indiana Mary Mar cenzo Heilwood Nickie M Oliver Indiana Sharon L Hoover and Morrow Blairs ville and Lillie L Stiteler Heilwood DuBOIS MEDICAL CENTER East Discharges July 25 Mark Farnsworth Punxsutawney KITTANNING Admissions July 25 Donna B Prugh Dayton RD 1 Discharges July 25 Tammy L Mohney Rural Valley RD 1 LATROBE Admissions July 25 Jacquelyn L Daugherty Blairsville RD 3 C Viola Smith Derry RD 1 Discharges July 25 Stacy L Campbell Derry Gladys D Hilty Indiana RD 3 Connie R Stuckich and infant Homer City RD 3 Coal Run Fire Co BAZAAR July 272829 Coal Run Ball Field FRIDAY 9 SATURDAY 7 SUNDAY 3 7 Mike Anthony Country Western Freddy His Trio The Jet Tones BINGO Saturday Sunday Aft Food Refreshments Music Softball Tournaments o RI PIZZA 114 MAIN ST HOMER CITY FREE DELIVERY Pizza Subs Stromboli Salads Med 8 Cut Large 12 Cut Sicilian 16 Cut 4798322 YOU RING WE BRING Sun 11 1 Fri Sat 11 C r e STORM DOOR SALE CHAMBERLAIN COLLECTION HEAVY DUTY VERY DURABLE ALUMINUM DOORS CONVERTIBLE A stylish design that changes from a storm door to screen door in a matter of seconds White or Brown 32 or 36 95 SALE WHILE SUPPLY LASTS CLYMER BUILDERS SUPPLY INC Locally Owned and Operated Rt 403 South Box 22 Clymer Were at the Old Brick Yard 4122541700 or 4639500 Mastercard Visa Discover 90 Days Same As Cash InHouse Financing 8 Saturday 8 Joe Hardy buys British title on trip PITTSBURGH AP With two and a hefty bank bal ance Joseph Hardy Sr has the trappings of British nobility But it wasnt until Thursday that the western Pennsylvania business man could actually say he was a lord of the manor Thats when Hardy and his wife purchased a title at a London auction for Now Hardy is lord of the manor of in Warwickshire The title doesnt qualify the founder of 84 Lumber Co to a seat in the House of Lords but that doesnt bother his wife Dottie Its an interesting path to go down that we hadnt she told the Pittsburgh by telephone from London We thought we might want to try learn ing a new way of life a little bit about the history of Hardy does gain certain rights with his lordship including the au to preside at Henley Court Leet an annual gathering each November with the macebearer aletaster and He is expected to lead processions and other formal gatherings including the Henley Mop Fair each October The title which dates to the century allows Hardy to use the manors coat of arms on his letter head I think its very weird to tell you the Mrs Hardy said We came over for a holiday We just happened to be here when they held the In addition to the lumber compa ny based in Washington County Hardy owns the Nemacolin Wood lands resort in Fayette County His net worth has been placed at million In this area 84 Lumber Co has an outlet off Route 119 near Lucerne mines Saltsburg pantry thrift store merge SALTSBURG Two Saltsburg community programs are now housed under one roof The Food Pantry which has worked out of St Matthew Roman Catholic Church since 1983 and the Thrift Store which occupied the basement of the Presbyterian Church since 1984 now occupy the Samaritan House at 418 Salt St The Saltsburg Area Ministerial Association formally dedicated the house during a worship service on July 1 in the Presbyterian Church Immediately afterward the partici pants walked to the Samaritan House surrounded it holding hands and relayed verses of scripture Refreshments and a tour of the building followed Moving day for the Thrift Store was July 5 and the items were ready for sale to the public on the shops regular time and day from 10 that Friday The churches belonging to the Saltsburg Ministerial Association are Assembly of God Church of the Nazarene Clarksburg Trinity Pres Saltsburg Presbyterian Sons of Zebedee Lutheran St Mat thews Catholic Church Tunnelton Presbyterian and First United Meth Area police prob e crimes KNUPP Nellie Rairigh Funeral Home Hillsdale j Investigation continued today into three criminal incidents reported by district police The summary ARMAGH State police said Jason Mack 17 of Seward reported that a person known to him dis charged a gun in his direction along Grange Road near Armagh at Monday State police said Laura Larue Schaffer of Indiana reported some one took her blue and white patio umbrella valued at on Tuesday BLAIRSVILLE According to Blairsville Borough police Michael Crist of Morewood Avenue in Blairs ville reported the theft of a cassette case containing about 20 cassette tapes from his car Tuesday or Wednesday Today in History Today is Friday July 27 the 208th day of 1990 There are 157 days left in the year Todays Highlight in History Fifty years ago on July 27 1940 the cartoon character Bugs Bunny made his official debut despite several precursors bearing the same name as Warner Brothers released A Wild an animated short film that also featured the wabbits longtime nemesis Elmer Fudd By The Associated Press On this date In 1789 Congress established the Department of Foreign Affairs the forerunner of the Department of State In 1861 Union Gen George B McClellan was placed in command of the Army of the Potomac In 1866 Cyrus W Field finally succeeded after two failures in lay ing the first underwater telegraph cable between North America and Europe In 1909 Orville Wright tested the Armys first airplane flying himself and a passenger for one hour and 12 minutes In 1953 the Korean War armistice was signed at Panmunjom ending three years of fighting It had taken 255 meetings over two yeans and 17 days to reach the agreement In 1960 Vice President Richard M Nixon was nominated for president at the Republican national conven tion in Chicago In 1974 the House Judiciary Com voted 27toll to recommend President Nixons impeachment on a charge that he had personally engaged in a course of conduct designed to obstruct justice in the Watergate case In 1976 Air Force veteran Ray Brennan became the first person to die of socalled Legionnaires Dis ease following an outbreak at a Philadelphia hotel where an Ameri can Legion convention had taken place In 1982 Indian Prime Minister Indira Gandhi began her first visit to the United States in almost 11 years as she arrived at New Yorks John F Kennedy International Airport Ten years ago On day 267 of the Iranian hostage crisis the deposed Shah of Iran died at a military hospital outside Cairo Egypt at the age of 60 Five years ago British runner Steve Cram broke the world record for the mile run with a time of 3 minutes seconds at a meet in Oslo Norway One year ago Workers at the Nissan Motor Corp assembly plant in Smyrna voted against representation by the United Auto Workers Eighty people were killed when a Korean Air crashed in Libya Todays Birthdays Former base ball manager Leo Durocher is 84 TV producer Norman Lear is 68 Movie reviewer Vincent Canby is 66 Sportscaster Irv Cross is 51 Singer Bobbie Gentry is 46 Actress Betty Thomas is 42 Skater Peggy Fleming is 42 Singer Maureen McGovern is 41 Thought for Today The senti mentalist ages far more quickly than the person who loves his work and enjoys new Lillie Langtry American actress Thomas D McCoy MD is pleased to announce his new associate Michael R Stever DO in the practice of and Gynecology effective August Medical Office Building 875 Hospital Road Suite 201 Indiana PA 15701 Office hours by appointment 412 3491630 3nbiana gazette Friday July 27 1990 Page 7 Mellon Bank plans branches PITTSBURGH AP Mellon Bank Corp and Giant Eagle super markets have reached an agree ment that will place bank branches in 21 grocery stores beginning in October The branch offices will offer evening and weekend hours in stores in Allegheny Butler Cam bria Crawford Washington and Westmoreland counties The deal marks the largest supermarket banking effort to date in the Central Atlantic region Mellon said odist Volunteers from the churches do numerous hours to repair paint and clean the inside of Samari tan House which is owned by Sons of Zebedee and leased to the ministeri al association Thrift Store Committee represen are Leila Coleman Wanda Cunningham Mildred Gould Lois Kelly Peg Kuhner the Rev April Michaelsen Dorothy Pless Wilbur Stairs Margaret Travis and Wynne Zeigler The Food Pantry Committee is made up of Erma Cavacini the Rev Bruce Gorski Minta Livengood Al ice Long Arlene Lytle Ronald Lytle Clayre Roschella Roxanne Shearer Wilbur Stairs and Irene Townsend Proceeds from articles of clothing sold at the Samaritan House are used to help defray the cost of purchasing food for the pantry which is distributed the third Wednesday of each month to those with low incomes who qualify Anyone wishing to donate good clean clothing should take the arti cles to their local churches People without church affiliations may leave items at the store on Thursday or Friday mornings during July After July items will be accepted on Fridays only For BUSINESS INSURANCE call Jim Strittmatter Insurance 413 Phila Indiana 4638722 NATIONWIDE INSURANCE Nationwide Co Columbus Ohio KENBROOK Personal Care Home PEOPLE THAT CARE Maintenance of health includes nutrition Experienced dietary person eager to meet your individual needs 3 home cooked meals daily plus snacks available Full service dining facilities 4655055 Allshouse Administrator 1700 Philadelphia Street Indiana PA 15701 It s and the listening is easy Come to Bedford Sunday August 5 and enjoy the sights and activities and treat yourself to a concert of light music by the PITTSBURGH SYMPHONY A variety of preconcert activities begins at in the Bedford Town Square The outdoor concert by the PITTSBURGH SYMPHONY begins at at the Bedford Middle School No admission charge no tickets necessary COME TO BEDFORD SUNDAY AUGUSTS In case of rain the concert by the Pittsburgh Symphony will be held in the adjacent Bedford High School Defense calls Noriega ROW TOUR THE NEWSPAPER See The Indiana Gazette in production Free tours for individuals and groups are now being scheduled for every Tuesday and Thursday from July 3rd to August 9th and Tours scheduled on a first come basis CALL NOW FOR RESERVATION
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