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Evening Standard, The (Newspaper) - June 13, 1964, Uniontown, PennsylvaniaWeather showers cooler on sunday High be Tow it the paper that goes into the Home final edition no. 152 Uniontown Pennsylvania saturday june 13, 1964 cents Scranton launches his Campaign repairs being made to Reservoir s Wall grouting used to Stop leak by Roger Mcgary workmen Are now engaged in repairing grouting 1 the breastworks of one of the Union town water co s reservoirs near Hutchinson off the hop Wood Fairchance re. The grouting is being done on the breast Wall of the no. 3 Reservoir. This is a process in which Cement Sand and a chem ical agent for sealing Are mixed and pumped through bore holes into the Wall. There had been reports that the Reservoir might collapse but they were dismissed by Earl g. Schwalm the water company manager. There s no danger of such a thing he said. The grouting is designed to Stop a substructure leak which has been in evidence since the Reservoir was built in 1905, or. Seh Waln. Said. He said that the rumours pro Bably started when someone saw workmen on the breastworks he noted that the firm s re cords show that in 1930 an at tempt was made to Stop the leak. This failed. And in 1954 exploratory test bores were made. At that time everything was ruled sound. This past March new. Test bores were drilled. Water com Pany officials Felt that this would be the time to Start grouting. Leak Cut Down since the grouting started or. Schwalm said we have stopped the leak by 90 per the Reservoir Wall is Stron Ger now than it has Ever been he added. At present the Reservoir contains some 90 million Gallons of water and is about 56 feet deep at its deepest Point. The grouting is being done by a repast Concrete of Cleveland Ohio an International firm Deal Ling in this Type of work. Donald Brown Field superintendent for a repast Concrete said that a sold Wall of Cement is being placed across the Reservoir s breastworks. This is All being placed in the ground. Bore holes Are drilled Down through the area stall and into solid bed Rock. When this is done the Grout mixture is pumped into the bore holes. It spreads out and fills any cracks that exist. Bore holes were started on 20-foot centers and now we Are on Page 5, col. 7 Reservoir repairs Earl c. Schwalm manager of Uniontown water co., and Donald Brown Field superintendent for a repast Concrete inspect gauge measuring pro Gress of grouting in breast Wall of Reservoir at Hutchinson. Machine in Back is a bore Hole Driller. Photo hat in the ring. Pennsylvania s gov. Bill Scran ton injected a new note and a fresh stir into the Republican presidential Battle. Now the mane vering will be interesting to watch. Seemed for a time that the re publican convention would a he hum affair. Goldwater had it in the Palm of his hand a Coronation rather than a convention As Scranton put it now although the Arizona sen Ator still holds the whip hand there s an element of suspense. If you re planning to drive to Morrow be careful. For the last several sundays the roads have been Jam packed with cars. No in spoiling a Happy weekend with a bit of careless Ness. Day tomorrow with Hoffle of the Observance held Over for monday too. Uniontown elks have their traditional Flag Day services tomorrow at and they re interesting and inspiring. And if you own a and you thoum own put it out on display the Stan and stripes waving in the Breeze to Morrow and monday too for that matter. Go to Church tomorrow. Crosby funeral set on tuesday funeral services will be held Here tuesday for William cur tis Crosby retired chemical company executive and former resident of Uniontown who died at . Yesterday in mercy Hospital Pittsburgh after a Long illness. Or. Crosby resided at 139 Inglewood drive. Mount Lebanon. He had lived in Uniontown for Many years before moving to mount Lebanon three years ago. He was production manager of the explosives division of Olin Mathieson. Chemical corp. Liberty powder co at mount Braddock and also of Columbia powder co. , Wash. He retired about five years ago. Born in Boston mass., he was the son of the late Charles e. And Cora Gunn Crosby. He was a graduate of the University of California and also studied in Switzerland and at the univer sity of Heidelberg Germany. Surviving Are his widow mrs. Mary Frances Doorley Crosby and four children Thomas w., of Morgantown Va., and Roger Francis John Michael and Margaret Ann All at Home. The family will receive friends continued on Page 5, col. 8 Auto fire Newell firemen were called at last night to the Home of Carl Marchand fourth St., new Ell to put out a fire in mar Chad s car. The Only damage was to the car s air filter. Wishing Well broadcast hop Tonitte Leon Sykes webs . Smock rec. Center Tonitte Sobek s tavern ranch boys John Pappy Butterball formerly of Hopwood tavern parking in rear tire special used tires j2.50 up used tubes 30c i up recaps a up j. Cabot tire service Shady Grove Park open sundays Lawn mowers All types Reese wholesale to 2-9711 join Mavet spoil 03 Hopwood free Burgen Tonitte St. Mary s Booster club entertainment every sunday . St. Mary s auditorium Flag Day Observance slated Here Jim 14 tomorrow is Flag Day the Holiday set aside for proud Dis play and special Honor for old glory. And since tomorrow is sunday the Observance will be held Over for an extra Day too. Annual Flag Day services sponsored by Uniontown Lodge 370, . Elks will be held at . Sunday in the elks Home. 0. Leroy Morris will be the principal speaker. History of the Flag will be Given by past exalted ruler Wallace h. Teets aided by the Rainbow girls and response by past exalted ruler Inghram Riffle. Exalted ruler Paul Miller or. Will conduct the introductory exercises chaplain James f. Burns will offer prayer and mrs. Martha Hamer will sing. Past exalted ruler Robert l. Pride is chairman of the Flag Day committee. Flag Day is not observed by general closing of stores and offices. However Banks and savings and loan institutions will be closed monday in Observance of the Holiday and state offices including the Relief and employment offices will close. Federal agencies including Post offices will remain open. Dance hat hotel the satellites . Dance every sat. Nile Struckler s dance Tonitte Loyal order of Moose 20 Bobby s quartet dance Tonitte new Victory inn cont. 2 music by the sabers club Sofia Joe Silvo Orch. Round Square dance Tonitte Oliphant hotel dance 4v floor show tonics Jimmy s place near Bobtown . No waiting Ted i 128 ugh. St. Entertainment the Circle club . Hali Beeson blvd. Plus Bonus plaid Stamps Berkeley St. V houses hit by burglars Man is surprised in theft attempt at Craig Meadows City police today investigated burglaries of adjoining houses on Berkeley St., and an it tempted burglary in Craig Meadows. Thieves broke into the offices of or. James g. Zaidan in his Home at 44 Berkeley and into the next door Home of atty. John a Spurgeon at 34 w Berkeley. The burglars broke open a Safe in or. Zaidan s office and took about in. Cash. Apparently nothing else in the Safe was missing. Two Small Garden tools were found in the Safe apparently the instruments used to open it. Safe found open the Safe door was found open about this morning when or. Zaidan s Secretary Mary Ellen arrived for work. The thief gained Entrance through a waiting room door. Glass in the door was broken and it showed signs of forced entry. Or. Zaidan s son Jimmy said that he and some friends noticed a Shadow in the Yard about 1 . Or. Zaidan turned on Yard floodlights but could see nothing. Only the offices were touched the House was not ransacked. The burglars apparently the same person or persons stole a Wallet and a Large television set from atty. Spurgeon s Home. In the Craig Meadows Inci Dent police said an attempt was made at this morning to enter the Edmund a. Zehel Home at 56 Emerson St. Or. Zehel surprised a Man attempting to Cut through a screen with a Torch. The intruder fled and or. Be Hel chased him across Emerson St. But was unable to catch him he told police. Vote Battle hearing held arguments. Were heard yesterday in Fayette county court in an Appeal filed on behalf of Genevieve Blatt contesting the count of Absentee and military ballots in the race for the democratic nomination for . Sen ate. Miss Blatt s attorneys John Duff and Marjorie Matson both of Pittsburgh asked the court to void the entire Absentee and military count. The Fayette county Board of elections is defendant in the Case. The court action resulted when the Absentee and military ballots were being counted. Hearing the arguments were judges John i. Munson and Samuel j. Feigus. Briefs Are to be filed by both parties and the court opinion will be handed Down following that. Cooler weather predicted sunday cooler temperatures Are anticipated on sunday the weath Erman said. Today started out Cloudy and humid with an Early morning Shower. Scattered showers were forecast for this afternoon and this evening. Or. W. W. Marsteller local weather observer said the High and Low 86 and 52 Low last night 68, and the Reading at 8 o clock this morn ing 72. Rainfall amounted to .01 of an Inch during the night. Kahlyn lounge see hear Steve Burns see Page 2 it. Summit Golf club dance Tonitte the four Dukes South Union Democrat picnic Shady Grove Park sunday june 14 Midway attractions Betty Brent in person. Int inc of Tammio. Direct from la hmm. Lovely Elaine Drew Rob Fri from new York swim in drink inf plans for Republican presidential bid Washington a suave gov. William Scranton embarked today on what he depicts a Lineal Ian crusade to Rescue the Republican party from the Goldwater conservatism he sees As threatening a gop defeat in november. Scranton declared himself in the running for the party s presidential nomination Friday and received a warm sendoff from Many Republican leaders including former president Dwight d. Eisenhower and the target of his new Barry Goldwater of Arizona. Goldwater called of the outstanding governors in the Eisenhower who had urged an open convention and indicated differences with Goldwater welcomed the entry of gov. Scranton whom i have Long but Scranton received gov. Scranton announces candidacy in Baltimore. A wire photo Connecticut is first whirlwind tour d a. W. Scranton expressing determination to go All Over this nation to win the Republican presidential Nomi set out today to capture Connecticut s 16 con any thing but Good wishes from for Mer vice president Richard m Nixon. Nixon had urged some one get in the ring with Gold and he declared Friday night that Scranton had fighting vestion delegates. Scranton s staff whipping to Gether a organization Only a few hours after the 46 year old governor entered the race to. Give our party a arranged a speaking engagement for him at the con. Next Cut state gop convention at Hartford. Regarded As a political mod Erate Scranton dropped his reluctant candidate posture Fri Day to oppose sen. Barry Gold water of Arizona at the gop National convention in san fran Cisco next month. Whirlwind four after his Surprise declaration at the. Maryland gop Conven Tion Scranton flew Home and called together top aides and advisors to map his strategy the. Outlook was whirl wind tour Over the Riet four weeks. I am determined to go All Over this nation to win Scranton said. Well do a terrific Job and take this country by the governor outlined general Campaign principles to his staff then he and his wife Mary re tired about . Aides however worked Well into the morning drafting a speech for Hartford and lining up other engagements. Scranton s staff did to Start from scratch though. During the months he was saying he would accept Only a sincere draft his closest aides and Republican state chairman Craig Truax were Busy building support at every level for the Day their Man would decide to fight. Truax declined to say who would manage the Campaign. You can just say that Scran ton will run his own Campaign although those of us around him will be assigned specific areas of Truax. Said. Despite Truax s reluctance to name a manager the principal chores will fall to his own Shoul Ders and on those of state atty. Gen Walter e. Alessandroni who spearheaded Scranton s half million vote Victory in the gubernatorial years ago. Campaign two Wharton school budget Wharton Union school Board last night adopted a budget for 1964-65 which Calls for expenditures of approximately Secretary Holland Herring said it is up about but Here has been no change in the taxes. Wharton Union has a 30-Mill Levy on real estate per capita and one per cent real estate Transfer tax. St. Anthony s Day festival sunday june St. Mary s Church grounds Ood entertainment concessions refreshments. St. Anthony s . Dancing Sykes Romanelli s Lake View Park route 40-Chalk Hill in the Beautiful mountains. Featuring 7 course dinners today to bomb k Delmonico Steak Scranton has visited in District gov. William Scranton has been a frequent visitor in this District. During the 1962 Gubernator Ial Campaign he and his wife Mary barnstormer through Fayette and adjoining counties on several occasions. They were present for the county Republican picnic that summer and returned Here in the last week of the Campaign. Scranton won several Norm ally democratic counties. He lost Fayette but by Only votes in the face of a democratic registration majority of More than last fall gov. And mrs. Scranton attended the annual Fayette gop dinner at the Summit hotel. The same Day gov. Scranton took part in ceremonies transferring the falling water estate near Ohio Pyle from Edgar Kaufmann or. To the Western Pennsyl Vania conservancy. Pictures stories Page 5 a act county group to meet the a act Fayette county coordinating committee for action will hold a regular mass meeting at . Monday at it. Ararat Baptist Church Cardale. The executive com Mittee will meet at transportation from Union town will be provided by or. F. L. Vaughns. The mass meeting is open to the Public and All fair minded citizens of Fayette county Are invited to the com Mittee said. Chaplain E. Mcclellan is general chairman. Charles Johnson president of the car Dale a act Branch will pre Side. Big record hop Tonitte Rich Patrick Post the Che Vulles gloves Mcginty nicely venetian cocktail lounge Western country style music Vickie s tavern Grindstone Joe Long his Dunbar it. Boys re. So. Dance Tonitte Hutchinson sportsmen s club members guests music Ralph Cree sunday the monotones week end specials watermelons .69c cantaloupes peaches.2 ibs. 49c strawberries .3 hrs. Grapefruit tomatoes 2 ibs. 39c tomatoes 5 in. Bsat. 89e Bunda s produce mkt. Hopwood but Nixon said that the Gover nor gave a very weak and unfortunate impression on television last sunday after receiving a Telephone Call from Eisenhower advising him not to enter any Cabal against any Candi Date meaning Goldwater. Scranton reportedly was ready to announce his candidacy on the program but he told friends the phone Call left him Uncer Tain and shaken. Of this Nixon said if a Man receives a Telephone Call Anc changes his mind he in t a very Strong Man. He s got to make his own decisions and nol appear to be a puppet Maneu Vered by someone Hamlet of Harrisburg Scranton described by various pundits As the Hamlet of bar Risburg because of his previous indecision solved his to run or not to run dilemma and Gal loped into the gop presidential contest Friday in spectacular style. He waved his arms smiled Shook every hand within reach at the Maryland state Conven Tion in Baltimore and turned out polished phrases attacking Goldwater As a Neo neanderthal Type who offers Only a weird parody to traditional re Publ can beliefs. To make up for lost time Scranton sets off today in Quesi of delegates flying to Hartford to address the Connecticut state Republican convention. He has a lot of catching up to do. With the convention open ing one month away Scranton has Only 92 delegates to Gold water s 574 with 655 needed for nomination. How anyone could close that chasm was something party professionals could t answer new York gov. Nelson a. Rockefeller who has found him self fighting it out alone Witt Goldwater said he was glad to see Scranton joining the Battle to give our party a too late but there was a feeling among Many party pros including those who oppose Goldwa Ter that Scranton waited too the time is too Short and Goldwater s Lead too Long and Goldwater who is Scran continued on Page i col. 8 Elm Street shed destroyed by fire fire destroyed a Small shed about . Today on the property of mrs. Norman Maust at 16 Elm St., South Union. Hopwood and South Union Volunteer firemen answered the Call. Record hop St. John s . School Hall Rick Wilkovich-. Dance Tonitte Michael s Grill Woodside Crossroads music by Royal tones entertainment Tonitte american legion i. Marion dance Tonitte the jets Adolph s tavern Hartley Park picnic sunday Hal Kenny orchestra hot Lamb and refreshments sunday dinner special tender baked Ham Village Center serving 11-4 Western entertainment every saturday Nite by pass lounge old it. U9 Muggs Gray peat. Shelby Goldwater total still on increase Arizona senator just 81 Short of nomination Washington a sen. Barry Goldwater s Delegate to Tal for the Republican National convention is continuing to swell despite Pennsylvania gov. Wil Liam Scranton s entry into the contest for the party s presidential nomination. The Arizona senator 574 first ballot votes just 81 Short of the 655 needed to nominate according to the associated press Survey of delegates. Another 64 delegates were be ing chosen at Republican conventions today in Connecticut new Mexico Idaho and Vir Ginia. The a poll based on Pri Mary election commitments pledges instructions 6r state preference gives this first bal lot breakdown Barry Goldwater 574 Nelson a. Rockefeller 131 William Scranton 92 Henry Cabot Lodge 46 Margaret Chase Smith 15 Richard m. Nixon 14 favorite sons 110 uncommitted 217 the Connecticut state. Gop convention at Hartford was expected to include four pro Gold water delegates 16-Mem Ber. Delegation. Gov. Scranton addresses the convention today in his first speech since he announced his candidacy. Virginia republicans Are choosing 10 at Large delegates to go with 20 District delegates. Two District delegates favourable to Goldwater were picked Fri Day bringing his total to 19. Goldwater May get a solid bloc of 14 delegates in Idaho to Day. Fourteen of Maryland s 20 delegates remained uncommitted after hearing Scranton announced his candidacy at the state convention at Baltimore. Five support Goldwater and one backs new York gov. Nelson a. Rockefeller. Red saboteurs Active in Viet Saigon South Viet Nam a communist Viet Cong mines derailed three trains and blew up two trucks Friday kill ing six persons the ministry of defense announced. It was one of the busiest Days for Viet Cong saboteurs along Railroad line South Viet Nam s Railroad line South Viet Nam s Only North South rail link. Elsewhere government forces killed 13 Viet Cong 120 Miles Southwest of Saigon Friday when a government unit clashed with a Viet Cong Force near Vinh Loi in a Xuyen province. Today s paper Fife Bridge classified .1u1 comics .12-13 crossword Puzzle .13 deaths .11 Dorothy Oil a. Or. Crane. 4 editorial 4 Hospital i local 4 notebook by the Suff .4 Pennal Star television a women

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