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Indiana Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - May 1, 1961, Indiana, Pennsylvania First Page Second Section A Local Page For Local People Volume 219 Pennsylvania Monday May l Inside Indiana Program Slated i For Memorial Day MONDAYS WASH Pour Indiana veterans organi zations are preparing plans for the annual Memorial Day ob servance here Comprising the planning unit are officials of the American Legion Disabled American Veterans World War 1 Veterans and Veterans of For eign Wars There will be no parade but the sponsoring or ganizations emphasize that im pressive services will be held at Memorial Park Speaking of Memorial Day Indiana Opti mist Club has advanced final plans for its Indiana 500 at Muck Center The 500 will in clude a full afternoon of stock car races at the Mack oval on the holiday The new bowl ing center ticketed fof Route 119 South has been named Indiana in addition to the 24al ttructnre will toctade a restaurant lounge and meet Ing rooms forguests cluband fraternal organizations DR FRANK Lawrence pas tor of the Graystone UP Church here Is on vacation in Europe Today marks a business anniversary for Steve Pekala at The Motor Inn cor ner of Fourth and Philadel phia streets He has been in business at the same location for 25 years A CHILD SAFETY Council program has been initiated in Saltsburg under the auspices of Steiner Manufacturing Jiffy Steak Co and the First al Bank The program is in the form of a contest in the Jack son and Willard Elementary Schools and will offer certificates of merit to winning students in the grade schools Mrs Helen Shank of Plumville and Indi ana departed from New York yesterday via jet air travel for a vacation in England Spain and Lybia She will visit with a son Harry who is associated with HycowPage Engineering Con struction Co in Libya Bill Cardille an Indiana State Col lege alumnus and formerdisc jockey at WDAD will begin a new fiveminute weathercast to morrow eveningover WTIC Channel 11 in Pittsburgh Car dille a TV weatherman for many years will be seen each Tuesday and Thursday evening at LOUIS DENOFSKI one of Clymers oldest businessmen has announced he is closing up shop at his clothing store After the goingoutofbusl ness the State Liquor Store will move to his location For the reports fans When Dave Wagner emerged as ning pttcher in last weeks to dlana St Francis College baseball game here ft ts be lieved he chalked up a first for the Big Indians He is re ported to be the first product of the Indiana Little League to be come a winning pitcher for the college nine The weather mans tenacious grip on the county rain rain and then more rain has held up various con struction projects Among the jobs delayed by the inclemency is the new South Fourth St and Church St bridge in the First Ward Boro Mgr George Shea says he is unable to fix a ten tative completion date because of the unfavorable weather It didnt originate here An ideal husband is what every woman thinks the other woman has Good Evening Telephone HO 5S555 Injuries Slight In Three Cars In Crash At Home Intersection Injuries are listed in at least two accidents reported over the weekend by State Police from the Indiana sub station A threecar accident occurred last night about 7 p m at the intersection of Route 119 and 85 at Home police said Injured slightly in this mishap was Emma Aguino ittsburgh a passenger hi a car operated by Ralph M Aguinoj 37 Pittsburgh She suffered lacerations of the knee and was released after treatment at the Indiana Hospi tal According to police the acci dent occurred a car operat ed by Margery M Lindig 34 Du Bois going north on Route 119 wrcru with of Congressman John X Sayjor atSaturdays dedication new postoffice hrHomerxatyiiParttctpatuig Itisflie ceremonies with yotmg Pdlekrene are 1 tor WaidNevins Mr Pellegrene and Postmaster William Stivison Saylor wasprin cipal speaker at the the dedication almost 500 persons tdured the building Homer City Womens Club provided and served refreshments Gazettephoto by Sipos Cub Scouts Earn Awards InHomerCi ity HOMER CITY Presentation of awards highlighted a meeting of Homer City Cub Scout Pack 24 on Monday evening April 24 in Trin ity Lutheran Church were as follows Den 1 Bruce Feeley gold ar row under bear badge Den 3 Rickey McCurdy bob cat pin Frank Lantzy Robert Lantzy and Rickey McCurdy wolf badge Max Dick Jr gold and silver arrow under wolf badge Den 4 Mike Orr lion badge with gold arrow Den 5 Jim Anderson bobcat badge Raymond Ferra silver arrow under wolf badge Eu gene Miller bear badge with goldarrow Den 7 Billy Mueller lion badge Den 8 David Fitzgerald bob cat pin Den 10 Sammy Sickenberger gold and silver arrow under wolf badge The flag ceremony was conduct ed by Den 2 under the direction of Mrs Don Smith den mother Den 3 mother Mrs Joe presented Mothers Furnan den a skit on Salic Shots Given MEXICO CITY children have received more than 3 13 million shots of Salk anti polio vaccine since last October the Health Ministry reports Testimonial Planned For Honor Unit HOMER CITY Homer City Post 493 American Legion will hold a testimonial banquet Thurs day evening for chartered mem bers of the newly organized Laura Lamar Senior National Hon or Society The program will begin at in the Legidn home here Principal speaker will be Lam bert Joseph principal of Indiana Joint High School The public is invited to attend the banquet Reservations shouk be made not later than noon on Wednesday hiladelphia ng a left turn ailed to make a right turn in feme and struck the Aguino ve chile headed south on Route 119 and then ran into Route 85 when collision took place with a car operated by Donald S Bowser of Plumville Damage to the Lindig auto was estimated at to the Aguino car and to the ser vehicle State Police also report injur ies In a onecar accident that oc curred Saturday at on Route 56 about five miles south of Mechanlcsburg It is reported a car operated by Robert C Burkett 17 Seward 1 ran off the road and over turned He was admitted to Lee Hos pital in Johnstown for possible fractures of the back leg and hand Damage to the car was estimat ed at Two caret collided Saturday at on Route 22 about a half mile cast of Blairsville State Police said According to the report a car operated by Samuel McFarland 208 North Spring Blairsville made a left turn in front of anoth er auto operated by Michael Popp Elizabeth Damage to the McFarland ve hide was estimated at and to the Popp car Two cars reportedly collided Saturday at 10 SO at the In tersection of Township Roads 411 and 314 off Ben Franklin Road north It is reported a car operated by A Jamison 46 Indiana skidded into the rear of an auto aerated by Leroy Spon 62 1403 that was mak Damage to the Jamison auto as estimated at and to le Spon car Harold Rodgers n 4th Division GLEN CAMPBELL ArmyPvt Harold W Rodgers son of Mr and Mrs WIlHaro ampbell 1 recently was as igned to the 4th Armored Divis on in Germany Rodgers an automotive repair man in Company A of the divis ons 126th Ordnance Battalion in tew Ulm entered the Army in eptember 1960 and completed ba ic combat training at Fort Knox The 18 year old soldier is a 1960 chool Grand Lodge ToRepeat 1960 Show of the tremendous re sponse to the I960 Miracle of Fira Show sponsored by the Prince Hall Masons of Pennsylvania at the Municipal Stadium on September 16 the Grand Lodge has decided to repeat the production this year May I is the date that advance tickets will go on sale at the Ma sonic Temple 1632 W Diamond Street Philadelphia 21 The Show will be held in the early part of August this year Proceeds from the show will go to the Education and Youth De partments for the support of their respectiveprograms Among the activities of these departments are the Oratorical Contest the Absalem Tones Award and the Prince Hall Mas ons Children Award Except for the Prince Hall Chil drens Award the contests are open to all students in grades 9 12 as of Sept 1 1961 Follow the complete local state raudate of Punxsutawney High and national sports coverage daily v in the JVlQ Open A Molly Ann Charge Account All Youll Have To Say Charge It Have you stopped to think how convenient it would be to have an account with Molly Ann There is the regular charge and the C C A account con tinuous charge account the regular is a monthly account and the C C A account for your con venience is a 6 month account INDIANA MERCHANTS SHOP TUESDAY TIL 9 P M MAY SHOP WEDNESDAY TIL 5 P M Molly Ann Fashion SUITS Price Molly AnnFashionSuits j demifit chanel andfitted Buy Now and Save Spring Fashion Now Choose your spring coat or top per at a low low price Junior and Misses sizes DESIGNER DRESSES Now 1 PRICE Summer Handbags Take advantage of this won derful buy summer bags of burlap with GrosPouit Designs trimmed with Brown and White Reg ularly Laminated Jersey i Car Coats I Laminated Jersey car coats withcontrast I ing braid trim at ourMay Day Special Reg Dresses That Were Now Presses That Were Now Dresses That Were Now Dresses 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