Daily Leader Times in Kittanning, Pennsylvania
17 Feb 1958

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17 Feb 1958

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Daily Leader Times (Newspaper) - February 17, 1958, Kittanning, Pennsylvania Leader times Kittanning a. A monday feb. 17, 1958 grand traverse jurors selected county firemen to hold meet tonight the death record for March term a monthly meeting of Armstrong John s. Craig John s. Craig. 64, of 1156 wll Cortland w. Mcelhinney Cortland w. Mcelhinney 74. Of county firemen a association will 418 Reynolds ave., died at 8 20 son ave. Died sunday evening take place at 8 of clock tonight in put a. Sunday Fob. 16, 1958 in feb. In. 1958 at 6 50 . In . Ivan Armstrong county memorial his Strong county memorial Hospital West Kittanning fireball. Names of 79 Armstrong count pji"5 a let Anning Quot 1u pc Side Follo vin8 a a illness of 12 a Quot Csc Beeb a a Pauc Quot to or Kittanning area senior High surviving Are his wife. Mrs. Adams Cowa Shannock school principal Paul d. Breon Mcelhinney two Kittanning to grandchildren two today announced names of students sons ired Mcelhinney of kit an arc a grandchildren two Brothers. In the tenth eleventh and twelfth Ning re 2. Chaises Mcelhinney. Thomas Craig Cowansville grades who last semester earned 418 Reynolds ave., Kittanning 8 Charles Craig Kittanning re 2 Marks qualifying them for the Dis grandchildren a number of great Sisters mrs Mamie Henry. A. _ i to. I a tip of and no or nth a ans have been drawn As jury prospects for the March civil court and grand jury sessions. Twenty four of the total Are potential grand jurors. The other 55 comprise the group from which civil court juries would be selected. All have been notified to appear the first monday in March. Thos drawn traverse civil court jury Rose twp. Fannie Allen. Leechburg Louis Bopp. Gilpin twp. Jama Bosco Cadogan twp. R. M. Brocious Redbank twp. George e. Brown Kiski twp. Gail Bush. North Apollo Margaret Carson. Freeport d. F. Caylor. Kittanning r. D. Cessna. Plum Creek twp. George Clifton Leechburg Lloyd Coleman. Gilpin twp. Albert crave Ned Madison twp. Garnet Croyle. Kittanning Larue Davis Burrell twp. Grant Fiscus Kitt Annig twp. Philip f. Talacek. Rayburn twp. Lucinda Gartley. Kiski twp. Nelson Geiger. Ford Cliff Charles Gerstner. Manor twp. Donald Grossman. Ford City Helen Hause. Leechburg l. O. Hetrick. Kittanning Betty Hicks. Perry twp. Austin Hileman Manor twp. Joseph Hill. So. Buffalo twp. Ruth Hudson. Kittanning Bertha Jack. Apollo William h. King. Manor twp. Viola Klingensmith Apollo S. Law. Manor twp. Laura Lee Parks twp. John Lengel Leechburg David a. Lessig Gilpin twp. C. E. Lloyd Redbank twp. Ruby Mauthe. No. Buffalo twp. The meeting. Days. High school Honor Roll is announced Mcelhinney was born april 25 the past week. Or. Craig was born May 2t, 1893 1883 at red Bank a son of Colin at Liziie Rockville a son of William and Emily Hayes Mcelhinney he was a member of St. Mary a and Mary Catherine Harriger Craig. He was a member of Wil episcopal Church. Red Bank the son a clue lunch of god. His a i Oval order of Moose fraternal employment was with the Henry Loyal Oiler of Moose internal Shaffer lumber company for the order of eagles and Kittanning men s club. He was a retired Tele pay wife mrs graph operator or the Pennsyl. Muu veg ate is Wile mrs. Vania Railroad. Myrtle Moody Craig two Daugh. Tors mrs. Doretha Schaeffer Warrington Fla mrs. Goldie Schaub dog bite sledding victims treated at local Hospital two boys were treated in the Railroad shares receive support in quiet Market new York up stocks emergency room of Armstrong opened the week narrowly Irreg county memorial Hospital Over the alar today in quiet trading. Week end. One for a dog bite and Price changes were Small for the other for lacerations sustained the most part with a number of Jill a sledding Accident. James Snyder jr., 11-year-old son Friday s close. Pivotal holding unchanged from of or. And mrs. James Snyder of the rails featured on the up Columbia ave., Ford City was Side. Pennsylvania Rose �?T4 on a treated for a laceration of the left Block. Baltimore amp leg. According to a Hospital spokes Ohio and Man. The boy was bitten by a dog. Firmed. The animal is being held under observation. The Hospital official said. Nickel plate both the oils were mixed. Royal dutch eased on 2,500 shares. Stand George Bierkamper jr., 12-year-1-Ard Oil of California lost n but old son of or. And mrs. George Sinclair Rose in. Standard Oil Ltd. Ting Wisheu Honor and Honor Roll. Grandchildren and one brother Cowansville re i and mrs. Grace five students have been placed Benjamin Mcelhinney of Beaver. Clifton. Akron on the distinguished Honor Roll. Friends May cad at Smith fun. a. Friends May Call at the late they Are Catherine Reed Seniora Cral �?~j01110 after this evening. Bocci Wilson ave., after 7 �?z1w Tuaua 1cttu a Yam my my Carol Semmens Junior and mar services will be held at this evening. Funeral services will Barbara Miller Patty and Debara Young Sang a in Tho Garden Cia Campbell Morris Pollock and m be held in Wilson Avenue Church shown in the photo Are left to right front Row Mike Brumbaugh Bierkamper of 255 Union ave., kit j Quot As tanning was treated for lacerations shares. Six Junior soldiers of the salvation army pose for a picture with of the forehead suffered in a sled Grant Fiscus after a meeting in the Kittanning Citadel. The group Riding Accident sunday opened their meeting with a song and read in unison a pledge which they had signed. Jimmy Boarts read a psalm after a Trio. Unchanged on 1,500 neither of the boys was admitted. Carole Smith All sophomores other students named to Honor Roll. According to their spec Tive classes Are senior class Tom Brunson. Catherine Euer Meyer Doris Duermeyer Irene Frick Sande have Letitia Hind Raulp Quot in St or in fuse i Frisco a of god at 1 wednesday afternoon. Jimmy Boarts. Patty Young and Debara Young Back Row bar i Quot a pal Church will conduct the serv the Church and Prev. A by us a mud Era Cla Keua a ess and Grant fl5clls 8r0up advls0r Kinzua opposition ice. Burial will be made in St. Michael s cemetery Wayne township. Pastor of first Church of the Naza Rene will conduct the service. Burial will be made in the family plot in Lawn Haven memorial Park. The Smith funeral Home is num. Nancy Matthews. Linda re n widow of Cunt Wiliams pert Margaret Schrecengost Sally died a 3 3 an saturday in the mrs. Clint Williams mrs. Dora Mae Mohney Wil in charge of the arrangements. We i a la a a or c suit Tria Auto stolen starts Shaner. Bill shilling. Judy Tarr Bome 0f a sister. Mrs. Levi Ada mrs. Martha r. Kohler Freeport a 195t two tone Green Chevrolet was stolen after 11 30 . Saturday night from Harold d. Mell 221 second St Washington up a trial of a the car. Having License number was arrested by Kittanning police u. S. Steel eased on 1,000 shares and Bethlehem was unchanged on 1,100 shares. Jones amp Laughlin firmed. In Tho motors general motors backed off on 1,-500 shares and Chrysler was unchanged on a 1,500-share Block. Dupont lost n4 in tile chemicals. Merck Rose la on 1,700 shares in the drugs. Retail firmed on 2.000 shares. General dynamics firmed in the aircraft on 1,500 shares. Boeing Bendix and Martin All opened unchanged. North american also was unchanged opening 17-qear-old Ford City youth on a 2,500-share Block. International business machines Ford City youth held on disorderly conduct charge Ber. Toy and Jean Yee. Junior class Wynn Abranovic Louise Boarts. Mrs. Martha r. Reitler. 80. Of suit by the Seneca indians to 426110. Was parked in front of after in he allegedly caused a fight Rase 14 to feature the upside Henry in Rebersburg Mahoning Manorville died at 12 15 Block construction of a proposed the Mell Home re i Susan Russell Larry Skinner and Joanne Wolfe. Sophomore class Thomas Barrett. Anderson Bau. Saturday at the Home of her son. Dam at Kinzua. Pa., was sched _ she was aged 82 years having Robert l. Reitler also of Manor tiled to open today in . District court Here. The Seneca nation seeks an in-1877 in Dayton a daughter of Junction against army engineers Jacob and Harriet ringer it Rupp Harry Campbell. Vera Douglas. Been born on april i 1875, in mad Ville a nov tips he Wolf tar. in a Tri i. Mrs. Reitler was born april 25. Aim Cai an Iswani Ikier Jiuu 10 rain Sandy pore. William Reed. Nev wide area continued from Page one at the a a Yyi swing time dance saturday night in Kitt Annig no. I Hose co. Fireball. The youth was held on a disorderly conduct charge police records show. Police chief w. M. Livestock to halt construction of the dam on june 2. 1910. She was United be was a member 0f Grace lath across the Allegheny River. The or. Carolyn Beatty. Esther Bierer 1934. In marriage with Clint Williams who died on sept. 28, 1947. An Only child Ada died in Scott Brewer Daniel Collins Roz her survivors Are a sister in eran Church of Manorville. She is survived Robert a daughter Bowser and six grandchildren. Pittsburgh 1 up a livestock cattle 325 steady steers -28.25 medium common to medium 23 n Large factories. Nearly All the Bowers said the youth had been Choice to Good 25-1 of. Industrial plants in Lancaster housing a disturbance on the to Good 22-25 Conin indians said part of their Reserva county including Armstrong Cork a face floor and an officer warn 19-22 heifers Good to Choice by her son Tion in new York state above the co. Ria. Hamilton watch co. De him t0 Stop. Shortly after the 25 medium to Good 21-23 com \ mrs. Elsie dam site would be flooded. Shick and Lambert and Hudnut warning the youth reportedly Mon to medium 16-18 c 0 is were closed. Anne Dorazio. Dennis Frick. Jud whose Home she died and seven Ith Fry Joe Heffelfinger Barbara nieces and nephews. The hardest hit county appeared m. L. Mckinney. Cowa Shannock Heilman Susan Heilman. Corinne twp Pansy Mitchell. Freeport George Neff. Apollo Betty Jane Nelson. Kiski twp. F. C. Nixon. Apollo Virginia m. Pence East Franklin a Gost twp. Homer Pendleton. Ford City Doris Hiwiller Lanny Widnoon methodist Church. Attorneys for the senecas con she was preceded in death recent tend the Reservoir would violate a by by her sister. Mrs. Margaret h. 1794 treaty. The government to be Wayne where the snowfall u 1-1 mrs. A Cuba twas a member of put Toburen. A a in of a a Aldad. A a measured a or it Cord 42 Inch Bond a Quot i to steady was involved in a fight. The youth was ordered to a year at a hearing scheduled for Choice 17-18 medium to Good 15-17 canners and cutters 12-15 bulls Good to Choice 19-21 common Hough Karns. Wanda Lasher. Edward Lattanzio. Helen Mckinley. Norie friends Are being received at it has the Power of eminent does. Friends will be received in the Dornan funeral Home from 1 mama other counties buried under deep Levi Henry Home Rebersburg Newell am Obade. Sonja Ron where funeral services will be Concher. Sylvia Schiano. David Sebree ducted at 2 . Tuesday by Rev. Carolyn Starr Starr. Robert Strayer. Templeton. Sally Todd Sandra Walter Kennedy of Templeton. 9 . Congress has appropriated one Snow were Columbia. Montour. Funeral services will be held million dollars for preliminary Northumberland. Susquehanna. At 2 . Tuesday in the funeral work on the 110-million Dollar Wyoming. Schuylkill. Carbon and Home with Rev. Elmer f. Rice. Dam. Brenda a my Ial wil1 be made in the Kel dds a of Grace lutheran Church. Manorville officiating. Burial will Sarah Shields twp. Harold Shirey jr., Redbank twp. Clara b. Skinner Freeport Ralph h. Skinner Freeport Helen Stull Gilpin twp. Lula Tarr Gilpin twp. Josephine Ulsky Kittanning Violet Umbaugh. Kiski twp. Maude Vincent. Ford City Charles Wagner Parker City Lily Weaver Cowa Shannock twp., and Ollie Webster. Manor twp. Grand jurors Dorothy Bell Manor twp. Grace Bouch. Kiski twp. Floyd e. Delong Ford City Elizabeth Dinger Kittanning Cowa Shannock Wol e and Thomas Wylie. Hospital notes Karen Leesburg methodist cemetery. The Reitz funeral Home new be in Ford City cemetery. Bethlehem is in charge of arrangements. George Frye George Frye. 80. A resident of Plumville for Many years died at w. Kittanning firemen to take 2 new members parts of Snyder Union and Pike. Philadelphia was crippled by a Inch snowfall and a 35 be an draftees to leave from Frank building 160-180 lbs 20.25-21.25 180-200 lbs 21.25-21.50 200-220 lbs 21.25-21.50 220-250 lbs 21.25-21.50 meat Type 21.75 250-3<k lbs 19.75-1 300-350 lbs 18.50- 19.75 100-150 lbs 17.50-19.75 rough 16.75-19.25. V sheep 150 steady c h o i to Armstrong county memorial admitted Nettie Eddinger Cadogan Debra Lynn Hudson 151 Mulberry St., Kittanning George Gribik George Gribik 49. Of 712 sixth 4 . Sunday in the Indiana hos into the West Kittanning fire com-ave., Ford City died in the Pital. Pany during a meeting held re Lii ii Miu Wiiri Ami a a it nine an. Have Bei lambs it a a �?~11 medium to hour wind which Ennu Hefu ordered into military service will Spang lambs it a. Medium to l a a \ i u i v report to the draft Board head Bood 20-22 common lambs 9.50 up to 15 feet High in the suburbs. Ukr i vat in to Thor the City a High Speed subway and Fual Lerse in the 1 rank build la a. U ewes 4- 0 50 Wethers Market St., Kittanning instead of the american legion Halls As previously announced. The Young men will gather at elevated trains were operating nor two new members were taken Mauv As were the Pennsylvania and Reading railroads. Lancaster county reported calves 50 higher Good to Choice 35-36 medium 28-30 culls and common 11-16. Strong county memorial Hospital a retired Farmer he was born on gently in the fireball. Freak electrical storm with Thund f a.,m wednesday for induction at 10 30 . Sunday after being feb. 19, 1877, in Washington twp. During the business meeting a patient there for the past week. Indiana co., a son of Joseph and members decided to continue re Gubik was born in Kittanning Esther Wissinger Frye. Pairs that had been started Earl March la 1908 a son of John and he is survived by a sister. Mrs. Ier. The work is to be supervised Nellie l. Hare 350 s. Water St., Elizabeth Gayday Gribik. He Amey Jennio Johnson of Creek by Wib Wolfe. Kittanning spent his entire life in Ford City. Side re and a number of nephews Yvonne Marie George Adrian Orit it in was a Foreman at the Pitts and nieces re i Elizabeth s. Booher Cowansville re i Evelyn l. Johns Worthington re i Burgh plate Glass company and friends will be received in the the new members with tre equip or and lightning accompanying a snowfall measuring 18 to 20 inches in Hamburg a 22 Inch snowfall departure. Paralysed the area. State police. Rescued 24 persons and the a i ire dulls a.1 be held by the Tiona guard. 32 motorists. All department to familiarize victims were housed in the Hamburg armory where cots and Field into the service. Members of the Send off committee Are expected to be with the youths until their egg prices a part owner of the Central ser Bowser funeral Home. Plumville ment. Chief Harry Densmore will / Lin vice station. Ford City. From 7 until 9 of clock tonight and be in charge of the drills. Go Leader order i he is survived by his wife. On tuesday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 the meeting was presided Over defence director Rich Franklin Man ordered to leave Kittanning Pittsburgh up demand Light supplies Light to moderate Market about steady. Apples. Penna by. A sets. . I 24-in up Romes 2.25-2.50 by. A sets. . Fancy 24-in up red Romes 2.50-2.75 boxes tray packed red Romes fancy 1.25-3 stalking ordered state civil a Franklin Man was ordered to delicious 113s and 125s 3-3.25. Kathryn Kozak Gribik three pm of writ priv Cha in i v a j d7 defense director Richard Gerstell leave town sunday after alleged potatoes. Idaho russet 100-lb.s a e h id by a. C. Painter. The next meet t0 sn0w removal operations by causing a disturbance on Mark 4.50-4.75 it lbs 2.3j-2.�0 unwashed i tym. . N mrs. Rose Marie Opal there a 2p.m wed yes Dayan ins is scheduled for Reb. 27 at Muot emergency it a Iii is nov Smith rend turn Kean St., Kittanning a. Elizabeth Ann and Kathryn arge of Rey. A id e. Bickett. The fireball. From develop inc in Northeast nor Hilton Burrel. 42 a Fatah dons 50-lb sacks me. 1.75-2 Neal Espey South Bend twp. Elva Gartley Kiski twp. Mary Hockenberry co Anshan Nock twp. Laura Johnson Rayburn twp. H. J. Mckelvey. Kittanning. Carl w. Miller Ford City Maxine Milson Kittanning Mildred e. Nale Apollo Clair Patterson. Rural Valley Edward l. Roberts. Manor twp. Dora Rupper Burger. Freeport Ernest h. Smith Rural Valley Helen v. Snyder Rural Valley Edward Walbert Manor twp. Richard Whitlinger Apollo Mary Wilson Kiski twp. Charles Wiser North Buffalo twp. Eugene Wolfe. Manor twp., and Helen Yount Ford Cliff Julia Harris 421 Ford City fifth ave., Kris one son. George Richard burial will be made in the Ber from developing in Northeast por Hilton Burrel 42. Was reportedly Long Island i 60-1.65 Penna. I. His Mother Elizabeth two Broth Acha cemetery in Plumville. John f. Wilson 1163 Wilson ave., ers. John and Michael three Sis Kittanning ters mrs. Anna Knasko Mary John a. Rupp 270 n. Grant ave., and Elizabeth at Home and one grandchild. Mrs. Stephen Cherney mrs. Mary Zavotsky Cherney. Widow of Stephen Cherney died cd meeting slated at Worthington Hall tons. The civil defense office in involved in an argument about 9 35 40-1.65. Harrisburg was coordinating infer pay. Saturday. He was arrested mation of the storm with radio by Kittanning police on a dior hookups to District Highway de Derly conduct charge and put in use want ads for results apartments and county civil defense tre Borough lock up overnight. Advertisement directors. The next morning chief w. M. Kittanning Marie r. Senopole 1407 fourth funeral services will be held at at 12 02 of clock this morning feb. \ civil defense meeting Jor res chief highways Engineer Rob Bowers said the Man was ordered ave. Ford City Dorothy Painter 437 North ave., Kittanning ,. A a la get j o let us it i i a v/1 Jodun cd 3 a dial i 9 . Thursday at St. Marys 17. 19o8 in her Home in Saga dents of Worthington Borough Ert a. Farley called out All Avail to leave town. Bladder weakness ukrainian Church. Ford City. Bur More Ial will be in the St. Mary s Ceme Frank p. Lerner 827 sixth ave., Tery Ford City friends May Call at the Fay More for More than 50 years i Rose a. Skursky Ford City re Obs funeral Home. Phyllis i. Betti. Freeport re i Barbara j. Johns Hoo sixth ave. Ford City Edward Bowser funeral and West Franklin township will Able equipment to keep the main the 71-year-old woman conduct be held at 8 . Tuesday in the roads cleared a grocery business in Saga Worthington West Franklin fireball. County civil defense director j. A fish in Ohio Waters j. Hobaugh will be present to Dis if worried by a bladder we Eaknes a out tag up night or bed wetting too fre quent. Burning or itching urination or Strong smelling. Cloudy urine Dua to common kidney and bladder irritation her husband preceded her death several years ago. In the oldest known map is a Clay a Tablet made in Babylonia about try Castex for Quick help. So rear use there Are 171 different kinds of 2300 b c., according to Rand my get or tvs under Mon Yback jul a Nallye a alias of world history Gilt for by Bra. Under Money Antee. See How att you improve. Funeral services were held in late Home after to . Tuesday. Friends will be received in her cuss civil defense with the people births. The Center Hill Church of the Belinda Quot sue Quot Small Box 279 Brethren saturday afternoon for Complete. The it a Chou re i Edward Bowser of Kittanning Home. Plumville Virginia m Slease Dayton re re 3 who died last thursday in arrangements. Virginia m. Bilease Dayton re Armstrong county memorial hos Pital. The pastor. Rev. William b. A Tiftz. Officiated. As burial was made in the Church cemetery the casket Bear funeral arrangements Are in Bowser funeral sons. Plumville is in charge of of the Community the meeting will be open to All interested per Tefoa Marion Brando i Vir Porti or err discharged Inez r. Mid Iron Templeton re i the following births were an ave., Ford City Richard Clyde Altman 1597 fifth ers were Ray Bowser Paul Bowser Bowser. Robert Robert notable deaths from everywhere coldness closes Templeton school bounced by officials of the Florence Rosenberger Vander Younkins Delbert Bowser and Don Strong county memorial Hospital grift re 2 Ald Zellefrow. By United press Bari Loche Argentina Ger frigid weather in Templeton where the Mercury dipped to a Low of minus 13-degrees Early today caused a two Day school Andrew Kahat jr., 610 sixth to or. And mrs. Ave., Ford City Joseph Heginbotham Kittanning re 5 today a daughter John Kinkela of East Brady re i at 12 58 ., feb. 15, 1958. A daughter to or. And mrs. Finley Burdett of Box 25. Ford Cliff at 2 23 ., feb. 15. 1958. A daughter to or. And mrs. Michael Skursky of Ford City re Apollo 2, at 10 44 ., feb. 16, 1958. Brenda Jean Johns funeral Man Prince Heinrich Franz we Holiday for children of the Templeton of Bavaria died sunday ton school. From severe injuries received a Furnace trouble was the Rea. Funeral services were held Fri when the jeep in which he Vas son for the Holiday which began Day afternoon in the Bauer funeral travelling overturned. The Acci today and will continue tomorrow. George Hindman. Worthington Home for Brenda Jean Johns in Dent occurred near Mascardi held Over today tuesday matinee 1 30 2 Complete shows 6 30 and 9 . Its the greatest Addax exquisite new japanese Star in Sayonara hm4 in mfr in it Jujj jya2u i Tim Chi Unumb Ami to co Iii Iii Patricia Owens a red buttons a Ricardo Montalban a Martha Scott Miyoshi Umek James Garner tit imm Cim Miiko Taka Dorothy a. Dunn and baby girl Fant daughter of or. And mrs. Cal Lake in Bari Loche during a sight is guest preacher Kittanning re 5 Vin d. Johns of Ford City re i seeing trip. Barbara blah 109 school St., who died last wednesday from an illness of pneumonia. Marriage License applications Barbara vent 1005 sixth ave., Ford City Bernard Frailey Elderton Charles s. Cibik 1018 Ross ave., or of the first Church of god. Rev. William m. Bayle Rector of St. Paul a episcopal Church was the guest speaker at St. Andrewes Butler county Melvin Dewayne Jack Cabot re i Betty Ann Burke Worthington re 2. Ford City Mary Lou Shriver and baby boy Manor cemetery. Pine Hill Kittanning mrio Rebecc. Cyphers 1629 Johnston ave., Kittanning new York a a former Dis Rev. Paul Smalley of the Wilson strict attorney of new York coun episcopal new Kensing Avenue Church of god officiated to Albert Sci Waitz died in new ton yesterday. His appearance assisted by Rev. Charles e. Strat York saturday at the age of 65. was part the missionary of the first Church of god. He was one of the court named sunday emphasis held throughout burial was made in Appleby lawyers for seven teen agers on the episcopal diocese of Pitts trial in the murder of Youngmi Burgh Chael Farmer. _ starts wednesday miss Mabel Kennedy funeral funeral services were held Fri Linda d. Plunkard Kittanning Day afternoon in the Rhodes Furd i neral Home for miss Mabel Ken Tallahassee Fla. Funeral services will be held Here tuesday for Fred Pettijohn 76, Long ousted acc continued from Page one the first u. S. Patent was issued to Samuel Hopkins of Burlington it. July 31, 1790 on a process for making pot and Pearl ashes. Dome locked Avonmore re i Nedy a Lormer it resident a be Beau Dot a or dam so and whose subsidiary anally was gov. John flicking or Avonmore re i last wednesday in the sunday. In Channel to with Mack voting Clara j. Shaw 626 Hawthorne Latrobe Hospital. Rev. Walter. A it ave., Kittanning Kennedy conducted the Walter funeral for the award. Mack has denied Margaret m. John 1018 Wilson rites new York a the founder and any impropriety. Theatre Ford City ave., Kitt Annig As burial was made in Kittan president of the tuition plan. Inc., Rudolf Neuberger 65, died wants to investigate Schwartz a. T. Baker president of a phone to Uci Ruth i. Wilson Box 213, Manor neg menu Tery. The of la. Saturday at mount Sinai Hospital tonal airlines demanded to be Ville were bed a i Anna. Uei in new York. The tuition plan heard in the Case and called for Betty i. Slagle Templeton re i mar Meu Raay Ana William be a a bib be established 20 years a sweeping investigation of a Tomte stage attraction now to tue. See Mickey Rooney Quot baby face Nelson Quot Quot run of the Arrow Quot starts wednesday Jerry Lewis Quot the sad sack Quot David Stoops Adrian re i Richard Myers Box 505, Kittanning Grawert v. Jordan Yatesboro Mildred b. Leightner Shelocta re i Judith a. Crytzer Kittanning re 5 Doris s. Aycock and baby boy Leechburg re i Augustine Cunningham 712 n. Water St., Kittanning Homer Reefer Shelocta re i Man. Drifts pile continued from Page one ago permits parents to pay for Large number of persons include the education of their children in ing Schwartz a. Frank Katzen monthly instalments. Tine of Miami Beach unsuccessful contestant for Channel to the treasurer Paul a. Porter former acc new York of Yeshiva University Louis be chairman and Katzentine a coun the bitter Winter was beginning Vine 69, succumbed to a Long ill Sel in the contested Case Colum to be compared with 1936�?year of Nesi it on saturday at Montefiore Hist Drew Pearson and his assist Hospital in the Bronx. The big flood. While tempera Tures this year were not As severe As then they were following somewhat the same pattern. Typical was yesterday with a Money sure la Jolla Calif analyst John Moody founder of Moody a investors service died the House Commerce committee mean temperature at Pittsburgh sunday at Scripps memorial hos said Baker will be Given a Chance ant Jack Anderson and present and former investigators for the financial subcommittee. Rep. Oren Harris chairman of Bruce a. Shafer 416 s. Mckean a port of 12 degrees. This repre-1 pita. He was 89. Moody a to testify a at the proper St., Kittanning j seated a deficiency of 18 degrees former Newspaperman wrote a published report in a new Peter a. Carrier 914 Wilson from the average feb. 16 mean of Moody a manual of Railroad and York newspaper said today that get a loan in i trip to the office phone first then come in for your Cash we us to my a yes a a Loam up to $1000 Loam life lured at Low Cost kittanning�?s17 Market Street steins hotel bldg., phone 42-1951 Butler a us South Moln Street phone Butler 7-3771 of Quot a batting a phone or Hoar Imp to Nae Fey it Giitl Lott Mutl it. Beneficial ave., Kittanning Francis g. Smith 2113 pleasant View dr., Ford City Permilda Hartman re 4 30. J corporate securities at the turn Mack. Before becoming an acc the total deficiency Iii tempera of the Century. It led to the found commissioner recommended Kat Ture since feb. I is now 170 de ing of an investors service with dentine for Channel to in a letter Butler county memorial admitted Pamela Erb. Freeport Kittanning Grees and since Jan. I 222 de world wide connections. Agrees. Allegheny River ice is described to the acc. It said the subcommittee has the letter Mack a Democrat appointed to Bloomington 111. Waiver by attendants at no. 7 lock Here As a g. Ward 88. One of the founders the acc by president Eisenhower the United states trotting or voted to award Channel to to a heaviest in despite the insulating Snow Cov assn., died Here saturday. Mrs. Dawn Burford Rimersburg or ice was steadily thickening in Flea Sci co consume discount co re 3 disc barged mrs. Betty Ramsey Apollo Barbara Giles Rimersburg the Shore to Shore pack. No. 7 St. Paul Mina. Dwight lock was reporting average eight Jones 57, managing editor of the Public service television inc., a subsidiary of National airlines. Aii files returned Harris told the United press to Inch ice this morning. St. Paul Pioneer press since 1948, Day a it looks like we be got ally lock 8 at Mosgrove was report died sunday in his Home Here. The subcommittee files Back Brotzman to be 82 w. A Brotzman retired u. Churchmen to meet ing 11-Inch ice and lock 9 at i Merton to inches. _ the spell of a old fashioned win. _ weather Bureau forecaster will be Ter had stretched now into its third Zion and Worthington United pres-82 years old tomorrow. Or. Brotz week. The last above freezing by Terian churches will gather at some of the files of the groups behind the scenes inquiries were laymen of the Kittanning it. Reported missing last week. A completely new and refreshingly different entertainment Here is motion picture Story telling at its Best it has music and laughter and a whole Forest full of delightful surprises. To. Walt Disney Tom to Stop by filix Salti author of bams i Thi Story of 9 Fem first True life Quot fantasy in color by technicolor �4u� by an Cut by a my by Winston in bit a pm Kenworthy. In a Ralph Wright r in saturdays to i , in both England and the u. S. Man has made his Home in Worth temperature had been measured in 8 of clock tonight in the Worthing the term a a convict refers Only to plus Mother Goose a plus cartoons in ton since he retired. I Western Pennsylvania on feb. 7. Ton Church for a monthly person found guilty by a jury. N

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