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   Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - March 5, 1964, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                Phone 4655555 5 POR SALE 51 Uud Carl BUY YOUR next new or used car froni Steve Barstow it McGllls Pfc 44W5841 4658588 172x8 HERES YOUR chance for real economy 1955 Volkswagen Excellent condition Mutt sell Private owner Ph 4652030 178 59 OLDSMOBILE Hardtop coupe white R H Excellent condition Good reason for selling 1 Owner Ph 4657660 evenings tf 1956 OLDSMOBILE 4 door hard top Power brakes and steer ing Exceptionally clean In quire Clymer Auto Repair 6th Clymer Pa 173x PUBLIC SALE PUBLIC Sale Saturday Mwch 7 1 near New Florence Watch tef arrowi off Route Marble top stand antique glass ware dry sink large wooden cupboard victrofa with Morning Glory horn daveno bed 2 pc living foom suite platform rocker TV gas range ator oil lamps electric per 3 single beds complete large rugs sewing machine quilts day beds antique pic ture frames rocking chairs Many other items Owners De Witt Brothers Pete Stewart Auctioneer Armagh Pa Ph Seward 4467571 172x 21 CARD OF THANKS IS PERSONAL IF THERE ig a drinking prob Hffllt fmte 0 BOS oblation 17 REPAIR SERVICE VENETIAN BLINDS repaired new cord and tape Call We wish to express our sincere thanks to our friends neighbors relatives PastOf Richard Bar riss and Pastor Ronald Susek for the acts of kindness sages Of sympathy and flowers at the death of our mother and grandmother Mrs Ellen Clark Stephens Mr and Mrs Doyle Fulmer and Family Mr and Mrs Dean Mumau II LOST 1962 RAMBLER Wagon one owner low mileage Ph 254 200 between 9 and after 5 Sunset 32362 171xF SMALL BROWN female Terrier type dog In TunneltonWhite Station area Indiana County li cense No 7076 Reward Phone 1962 FORD Galaxie 6 cyl stand ard shift miles Ph FL 42607 173 1958 FIAT 1100 Good condition 28 miles per ga Phone 2483894 between 8 and 172xC 1951 BUICK Exceptional fine condition Tires like new low mileage one owner Inquire 185 N 6th St 172 4658891 173xG 14 Business Opportunities WEST BRANCH Lanes Barnes boro Modern equipment 10 lanes air conditioning apart ment Gvod potential Grossing over Contact Andrew Piotrowski Barnesboro 173 and Family 171 16 LEGAL NOTICES Noon Stocks Indiana Evening Gazette March 6 NUt steck Thomat Malcolm Esq Handler A Malcolm Attorney EXECUTORS NOTICE Letters Testamentary on the en V1N A OlNtBR late of Borough of Marion Center County of Indi ana deceased having been grant ed the having claims against said estate are re quested to present them duly au henticated for settlement and those knowing themselves to bo indebted are requested to make prompt pay ment JoAnn Coy Marion Center Pa PABNELL PABNELL NOTICE Notice Is hereby given that the undesigned inten by g id to file on Mon 1955 FORD 4 dr standard 6 Inspected Ph 4657681 173 1963 OPEL Rekord 4 radio heater white wall tires Big Run 4273680 after 5 173 1951 JEEP Radio and heater Full metal cab 4 wheel drive Al condition Ph 845 7730 Glen Campbell 176 1952 JEEP aluminum cab Ph 7265553 Parkwood 173xMcL 5n Mobile Homes MOBILE HOMES Any size to fit your needs 8 10 and wide Also 20 x 40 and 20 x wide houses delivered and set Factory Built HOMES DEALER High profit possibilities with a complete line of highest quality homes Sales to own erbuilders with exclusive financing plan makes large volume possible For details write Imperial Homes West Newton Pa day March 16 1964 in the Office of the Prothonotary of the Court of Common Fleas of Indiana Coun ty Pennsylvania and in the Off toe of the Secretary of the Com monwealth Pennsylvania State Cap Ital Harrlsburg Pennsylvania an application for the registration of a market moved Unevenly early today in brisk Wading und losses of most key stocks fractional NEW Y6WUAPMtocks ACF irtd Allegheny Ludlum Steel Allls Chal 17 Alcbft 75 American Can 41 American Home Products 64 American Mach Foundry 17 American Metal Pftd American Motors American Standard Amn Tel A Tel American Tobacco Anaconda Armco Steel Armour Co Atlantic Refining AVC Babcock fcWilcox Bald Lima Balto Ohio Bethelehm Steel Borg Warn Briggs Mfg Bucyrus Erie Budd Co Carpenter Steel Carrier Corp Case J I Chrysler Cities Service Cluett Peabody Columbia Gas Consolidated Edison Continental Can Continental Oil Crucible Steel CurtissWright DuPont Eastman Kodak 16 19 140 28 84 12 46 7 16 33 50 45 65 54 fictitious name being as follows the particulars DEALERS WANTED Ford Vacation Cottages Shell or complete 16 x 20 ft up up David A Ley Associates 634 Dorseyville Road Pgh 38 Pa Phone 7823021 171xL 1 The names and addresses of the parties owning or interested In said business are Alva 8 Fleming and Pauline A Fleming R D 1 Commodore Township Ift dlana County Pennsylvania 2 The name style or designa tion under which said business will be carried on is Valley Inn 3 The location of the principal place of business of the Valley Inn is R D 1 Commodore Green Township Indiana County Penn sylvania 4 The nature of said business is restaurant and tavern Alva S Fleming Pauline A Fleming R D 1 Commodore Green Township Indiana County Pennsylvania 23 18 12734 DEATH RAY GUN OF THE FUTURE Engineer Gaylen Lyell holds a light ray or laser rifle turned over the Army for testing which developer Maser Optics says could incapacitate enemy soldiers at a distance Unit at right is laser which uses a ruby rod to amplify light beam and send it out as highly directional light of same wave length through a lens This gun with twoinch lens can shoot light In beam less than two feet wide at a fifth of a mile Not shown it battery pack to power flash unit AP Wtrephoto Anyone Else Mission Budget Electric Bond Share 29 GRAND JUNCTION Colo AP Pearl Beeson saw her daughter Mrs Charles Shaw being assigned to the other bed in her Lincoln Park Hospital 6x FOR SALE Auto wrecking up on your lot Travel trailers See the new 15 Scotty Hilander sleeps six Also the new 13 at sleeps five Good selection of used travel trailers and mobile homes Stakes Mobile Homes Old Route 119 Homer City Pa Ph 4792939 Make bids Inquire Leftys Ph 4658421 174 SALE or lease Esso Service Station good location We train you and will finance purchase Write or call Humble Oil and Refining Co Phone 4655068 178xH 6 WANTED TO INSTRUCTION 6f Livestock C o r r espondence Schools Art accounting high school engineering technicians and many other courses Ph 4798188 or write L H Larry Bennett Homer City Pa tfx WANTED LIVESTOCK of all kinds D W Patterson Indiana Pa Ph 4638971 or 4637704 WANTED All kinds of livestock Emil Abel Shelocta 3 Ph 7285167 or 4630977 MISCELLANEOUS TAX returns Personal and Business prepared by Robert L Stewart 255 Grant Street Indiana Pa tfx 6h OVERHEAD Garage door 14 ft wide Ph 4654481 after 4 ANTIQUE FURNITURE china and glassware WUJ pay cash Phone PUBLIC Title and tag service Fast service District Hospital Register INDIANA HOSPITAL Births for March 4 Mr and Mrs James E Wilkes 446 Locust Indiana boy Mr and Mrs George E Federinko 1113 Water Indi ana boy Mr and Mrs Carl Pennington Ernest boy Mr and Mrs Roy E Flem ing 2 Indiana boy Mr and Mrs Howard T Henry 1 Indiana girl Admissions for March 4 Wesley Mock 1604 Gompers Indiana Thomas D Ed miston 1110 Chestnut Indi ana Mrs Betty Fulmer 374 Oak Indiana D Clair Freedline 441 S 7th Indi Ford Motor General Baking General Dynam General Elec General Foods General Motors General Pub Util General Refractories Gen Tel El Glen Alden Greyhound Gulf Oil Harbison Walker Hershey Chocolate I B M Intl Harvester Intl Tel Tel Jones Laughlin Kennecott Koppers Kresge SS Liggett Myers Lorillard Madison Fund Merck MerrittChapman Scott Montgomery Ward Murphy GC National Biscuit National Cash Register National Dairy National Distillers New York Central Olin Mathieson Chem Penney JC Penn Power Light Penna RR Pennzoil Phila Elec Pittsburgh Plate Glass Polaroid Pullman Pure Oil Quaker Oats RCA Reading Co Republic Steel 55 10 room Both were treatment of 90 31 32V4 13 35 33 560 hospitalized circulatory for ail ments Down the hall Mrs Bee sons grandson Charles Mills 6 was bedded with rheumatic fever When Charles mother got home from taking Mrs Beeson to the hospital she found Charles fallen down the stairs and brok en some ribs He stayed home to recuper ate World News 53 70 82 42 28 42 19 119 11 36 60 69 34 32 71 62 33 Own Primary n Conn Town WEST HARTFORD Conn AP West Hartford Republi cans will hold their own presi dential primary April 15 GOP leaders in this wealthy suburb announced Wednesday that polls will open then to al low the towns registered Republicans to choose between Sen Barry Goldwater Ambas sador Henry Cabot Lodge for mer Vice President Richard M Nixon Gov George Romney Gov Nelson A Rockefeller Gov William W Scranton and Sen Margaret Chase Smith Writein votes will be ac cepted In the last such poll in West Hartford in the spring of 1952 Gen Dwight D Eisenhower won Established PITTSBURGH 1965 general mission budget of the United Presbyterian Church will be stewardship leaders from the Synod of Penn sylvania were told Wednesday The 90 leaders also were told at a meeting that this compares with the previous budget of 20 per cent of which was contributed by Pennsylvan ia Presbyterians The purpose of the threeday session is to brief Pennsylvania representatives so they can pre pare Fall presentations for the states congregations Included in the general mis sion budget are funds for Chris tian education overseas mis sions national missions theo logical education and pensions 59 35 Standard Oil New Jer 82 Sun Ray DX Trane Co 63 china and glassware Will pay cash Phone 4654785 tt PUBLIC Title and tag service Fast service Evenings and Saturdays James Kring 828 Stannard Ave 4658955 tfx WANTED ANTIQUES of all kinds Kemps Old Mill Antique Shop Indiana 3 Ph 463064 Tues Thurs Sat TUNING and repair service Player piano rebuilding R M Enterline Indiana Ph 4630750 tfx 7 ALVERDA AUCTION every Thursday night at Merchandise Bargains OPEN cutrate coinop laundry Wash 20c Dry 5c 364Phila St Open Sunday Next door to Laundromat tfx COIN Shop 716 Water St We buy and sell coins All leading supplies Open Fridays 9 Saturdays 9 PUBLIC PUBLIC SALE at the farm A1 v i n Swanson formerly known as the Graham Farm lo cated on Route 22 one mile east of New Alexandria behind the Crest Motel on Saturday March 7 1964 at 12 noon 350 Farmall Tractor power steer ing live power and fast hitch Farmall H Cultivators Inter national mower with fast hitch International 3 bottom plow with fast hitch New Holland Forge Harvester with corn and grass heads New Holland 5 ton wagon on rubber New Holland manure spreader PTO 135 New Holland bay elevator New Holland 66 baler with motor New Holland hay rake on rub ber New Holland hay condi 9 tfx INCOME TAX service Thomas M Campbell 331 Walnut Indiana Pa Ph 4638274 tfx INCOME Trained Economica Efficient Service Eve nings 4792040 Bpyd Simmons Homer City 173 ana J Walter George 935 Phila Indiana Robert Brewer Box 75 Commodore Scott R McCoy Marion Cen ter Mrs Dorothy Cowie Creek side Miss Luella McLaughlin 511 Water Indiana Mrs Beatrice Clark 1 Avon more Mrs Anna Stern 2 Indiana William J Moore 1155 Water Indiana Barbara Shields 56 Dixon Clymer Michael Clawson 369 Washington Indiana Jeffrey Alan Scott Bx 155 Elderton John L Treese 455 Church Indiana Ray Douglas Brush Valley Discharges for March 4 Mrs Inez Contrucci 520 Grant Indiana Mrs Mary Sipos 2 Homer City John Chesterich 3 Blairsville Mrs Elizabeth Jones Box 68 Lucernemines John M Liscin sky Box 76 Ernest William Bailey Plumville Samuel Bearinger 1 Ho mer City Mrs Louise Repine Box 156 Black Lick Mrs Eliz abeth Harvey 2 Homer Mrs Rose Kozub Salts Reynolds Air Safeway S Sears Union Sperry Square Sheet Standard Standard Oil Standard Oil Korean Plant Blast Hurts 89 At Embassy In Negro Attache Hopes Act Aids Races Position DAIRY QUEEN is running cho colate Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday Dairy Queen 401 N 4th St 171x tioner New Holland forge blower new John Deere 12A Combine Gehl self unloading wagon like new Ontario grain drill Case corn planter Papic hammer mill seed cleaner 300 gallon Jamesway bulk milk tank 1 unit Surge 52 gallon hot water heater milking utensils sinks water bowls Stewart cow clippers feed cart platform scales two wheel trailer 1000 of straw 1 lot of hay Thlf machinery is practically all new Be on time as there are only a few small items to sell Terms Cash Alvin Swanson Owner Box 182 New Alexandria Pa C Paul Jones Actlaatr 8 P J Blelrsville Pa paper hanging Free estimates Ph 4652230 Bernard J Galonis 194 HAIR styling 2nd floor 558 Phila new location Indiana Pa Barber Tony Carnabuci 173 VOTERS in Cherryhill Due to Incompetent advice we regret we cannot place the liquor question on the ballot this year We want to thank you the voters and let you know we appreciate your cooperation and confidence in us Lyle L and Ruby M Strong 173 PERSONAL IS fun Free hearing test Professional hearing aid service 622 Phila Indiana Pa 4WS808 INDIANA EVENING Gazette Classified Office open daily tram TtJO to burg Clay Wilson 4 In diana Mrs Anna Marie Koko lis Rr 226 N Main Hom er City Mrs Helen Oblinsky 2 Clymer Mrs Margaret Rearick 1 Indiana Mrs Sylvia J McManus Hillsdale Mrs Madeline L Leonardo 2 Muller Indiana Miss Alice L Clark 2 Blairsville Terry Dias 3 Indiana Gerald Simpson Box 134 Creekside LATROBE Admitted Mrs Annabell Keenan Blairs ville Mrs Mary Cameron Blairsville Discharged Mrs Lois Auden Saltsburg 1 Nicholas N o s s Tor ranee Herman Wareham Avon WASHINGTON AP A Negro attache at the Em bassy in Ghana hopes his recent raising of the Stars and Stripes in defiance of antiAmerican demonstrators will help lead to respect and full acceptance of American Adger Emerson Player whose feat was praised by President Johnson and members of Con gress has written a letter ex plaining what I consider the true meaning of my Rep Augustus F Hawkins had the letter printed in Wednesdays Congressional Record It was also sent to sev eral newspapers Player 31 is from Denver and holds a masters de gree in international relations After demonstrators tore down the American flag from the bassy flagpole a month ago Player promptly ran it back up In his letter Player wrote he was concerned that persons aspirations of the American Ne ro might be misinterpreting lis patriotic act My action was something any or white would have Player said However my raising of the lag decreases in real signifi cance when compared with the real acts of heroism and sacri ice by countless American Ne groes more K1TTANNING Birth Mr and Mrs John I Shotts Dayton 2 boy March 3 Mr and Mrs Frank D Schre cengost Rural Valley boy March 3 Admitted Marilyn Kay Schrecengost Rural Valley William C Eisen huth Rural Valley Discharged Russell C Reefer Elder ton Frank W Gearhart Rural Valley PUNXSUTAWNEY Admitted Mrs Jennie Trunzo Saga more Mrs Allen Gaston Ro chester L not fully in sympathy with the Dedicated Parents Help Son HUNTINGTON AP Helmut and Kathe Allman watched their son slowly lace bis thin fingers around a water glass They held their breath as he inched the glass toward his lips With great difficulty his lips found the straw and began to draw fluid into his mouth Good Helmut the fa ther said Not too long now not too appealed the mother Mr and Mrs Allmann had just witnessed another step back from the grave by their 25yearold son Helmut was vacationing at his Long Island home three years ago during a semester break from premedical studies at Col gate University when he was in volved in a car crash that left him in a coma For three months he lay packed from head to foot in ice to keep his temperature the father said They bored four holes into his head to drain off fluids Then one day they told us they could do no more for our boy and that we might as well have him brought That was in July 1961 He had dropped from about 160 to 120 Allmann said His eyes were open but they did not see He couldnt move even an inch Then one day he moved his little finger It was then I was sure we would bring him back We worked first on his fin gers His mother and I rubbed it and rubbed it and rubbed it until soon he could move an other finger and then another SEOUL South Korea Eightynine persons were in jured today in an explosion at an explosives plant at Anyang 20 miles south of Seoul police said Sixteen of the injured were hospitalized The victims included children at a nearby primary school and inmates of a prison The children and the prison ers were cut by glass from windows shattered by the ex plosion Cause of the explosion was not immediately determined SUNDERLAND England AP 15yearold girl and a 43 yearold man died of heart at tacks and more than 100 per sons were injured Wednesday night as soccer football fans tried to stampede into a packed stadium With people Jamming the stadium built for the crowd outside smashed through two locked gates and charged into the grounds The game between Sunder lands first division team and Manchester United was to de cide which one got into the semifinal for the English soccer cup It ended in a 22 tie anc will have to be played over COLOMBO Ceylon Ceylons government declared a state of emergency today in the face of strikes or strike threats by longshoremen doctors in state hospitals and state en gineers controlling the nation electricity BELGRADE Yugoslavia AP Defense Minister Y B Chavan will visit the United States In ate March or early April for talks on Indias defense needs A spokesman said Chavan had een invited by Defense Secre tary Robert S McNamara The Times of India said Cha van would tell the United States hat the Indian government be ieves there is a Red Chinese Pakistani threat to Indias security TOKYO Hay ato Ikeda declared today that Japan will only recognize Com munist China when it is gener ally considered a peaceloving country Ikeda denied in a parliamen tary committee debate that he had meant in earlier statements Japan would establish diplo matic ties with Peking upon the latters entry into the United Nations RANGOON Burma Gen Ne Win Burmas military strong man has promised to continue leading his nation to ward socialism Ne Win addressed a rally of peasants Wednesday at Ka baung 100 miles north of Ran goon to mark the second anni versary of his bloodless coup that ousted mildmannered Pre mier U Nu MOSCOW Commu nist party paper Pravda and the labor paper Trud saluted the American Communist paper The Worker today with long articles on its 40th birthday The Worker formerly the I did only what American Negroes have been doing from lie very beginning of the his ory of the United y defending the country that our ancestors made along with other Americans of all origins and Player said most Americans whites and Negroes still have to discover that they have the same historical roots in Amer ica and the same aspirations and ambitions for the country and themselves White Americans must dem snstrate as much love for their black fellow Americans as they finger Then one day I bent down and whispered into his ear Kiss me son and he parted his lips just a little and kissed Doctor bills mounted The German immigrant couple sold their house and a piece of prop erty in Oceanside and moved into a home here We had about Allmann said Now its all gone and we have a high mort gage I only earn about a week as a truck DEATHS LAWTON Okla Thomas 80 wife of former Senator Elmer Thomas of Okla homa died Wednesday after a long illness Thomas a Demo crat served in the House of Representatives before serv ing 23 years as a senator He retired in 1950 SARASOTA Fla AP Hondevelopment President Ahmed Ben Bella arrived today for a visit and was warmly welcomed by President Tito at the airport The proposed meeting of nonaligned nations is expected to be discussed by the two leaders NEW DLEHI India Worker is the only American paper on public sale in the Soviet Union Soviet authorities have repeatedly rejected proposals to have major American newspapers sold under tha cultural exchange program New development An informed source said that few were informed be Development Was they have a special assignement that allows them to receive such information This most likely means that hese congressmen were mem WASHINGTON AP of the committees subcommittee on the CIA velopment of the All the new jet plane was so secret that only a few members of Congress the members of his subcommittee were among he strongest boosters for the i40million authorization for re about it This indicates the plane on an improved interrfintor developed with Central Intelligence Agency funds rather than the Defense Departments A number of congressional It is understood that they felt the existence of the plane was even stronger evidence that the United States should spend more mittees are privy to the Pentagons activities Only a few on improving it and developing a successor ators and representatives on the committee overseeing the It means that the House in a recent debate on Rose Wed spending did not have full YORK Showman formation at hand when it Rose who recently made ruled Secretary of Defense million on the stock market ert S McNamara and four months disclosed an extra million for night he was mar search on an improved Sunday for the fifth time interceptor bride is Doris Warner Vi Existence of the plane 48 daughter of motionpic announced by President mogul Harry Warner and son at his news conference of motionpicture director urday He said the Vidor which can operate at marriage took place at than feet were luxurious estate at Mon i tested to determine their Bay Jamaica bilities as longrange new Mrs Rose has three and a daughter Rose has Johnson noted that children key Congress members been informed about the do for the red white and blueore Palmer 90 a member of One member of the House American flag Yes Negroes loyal to the United States This proven loyalty in no way diminishes our firm resolve to be accepted as Americans in the fullest extent We will share in the privileges rights and re sponsibilities as completely free American men and one of Chicagos pioneer famiwho knew about the All for lies and who with his brothermany months described its de Potter Palmer once owned the Palmer House in Chicago died Wednesday Palmer who was born in Chicago developed extensive holdings in citrus ag riculture and cattle in Sarasota velopment as the best kept American secret since develop ment of the atomic bomb in World War II In the House Armed Services Committee for example only a few members are believed to Read Gazette Classified known about tha planes PITTSBURGH Smith about 39 of Pittsburgh faces grand jury action on a murder charge in the beating of a woman An Allegheny County coro ners jury recommended the ac tion Wednesday against Smith who police said beat Lilly Mae Butler 32 of Pittsburgh Feb 8 during an argument   

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