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Morning Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 20, 1963, Uniontown, PennsylvaniaPage pa., monday May to 1963 1963 steel usage May equal record the morning Herald Cleveland steel consumed in 1963 May equal the 1955 rec Ord of 77 million tons steel mag Azine predicted today. That can happen if automakers build More than 7.25 million cars and the Economy continues its steady improvement. The construction machinery farm implement and appliance industries Are. To use More steel in than they did in the record 117 million tons of ingots produced in 1955 resulted in Fri million tons of finished steel. Seventy seven million tons were consumed. The remainder went in to inventories or was no ported. Up their output f Onson Eplion is at the highest level in about three years. First half susse of steel will exceed that of first half and May Fet a record for the period. Automakers tap Consumers of Kupp lipping their output to meet demand. But the More vehicles they make the More they fall behind so far this year More than 29 million automobiles have been produced is 2.b million a year ago. Dealer inventories Lin Days Supply at the end of april were at the lowest level since 1955 rec Ord year for passenger ear out truck output also is booming. It s running close to the 1951 rec Ord. On top of providing steel for current consumption the steel Industry filling strike hedge or Ders. Brighter prospects for labor peace however May cause some steel users to push heir orders Back. Latest developments indie ale steel users need t fear a strike before september at Hie earliest. Reason u Thor management discussions will probably continue fur at least a month there won t be a formal reopening until mid june at the earliest and a strike can t be called until Del Days after notice of a reopening Given. Steelmakers will Welcome some order deferments for two reasons 1. They la be Able to pull up other orders might otherwise have fallen behind schedule. 2 they la be Able to strengthen their Book Ings for july and August and thus starlite drive in theatre route mile North of Uniontown held Over ton1te Ond tuesday Academy award Winner Tonitte Buck a car Nite a Dollar to kill a mockingbird1 Gregory Peck Ico features most incredible Truel Story in . Navy history show ties to kill a mocking Bird Man is an Island reduce the extent and Cost of operational cutbacks. Although steel demand remains Strong it seems to have passed its Peak. Some Mills say their or Ders have levelled off while others see signs of a decline. Plant changes Mills after taking orders mainly for july and August. Customers Aren t buying heavily or those months because their consumption will he off seasonally. Automakers will be Down for Model changeovers. Oiler plants will he closed for vacations. Look for ingot production this week to he slightly higher than the net ions that steel estimates he Industry poured last week. Only minor changes Are expected in weekly tonnages Over the next few weeks scrap prices Are softening now that the Peak in steel demand has passed and Libor is in sight. Steel s Price composite on the key Grade. In. 1 heavy melt ing. 33 cents a Gross ton last week to 17. Pat finale in District my. Independence will hold Ite final meeting tonight at at the school. An installation of officers will be held. Glenn w. Irvin Fayelle county psychologist will discuss i divid hurry last 3 Days i wok Hmoud Koh leu tree now open for the season film Brando As he . Ambassador o Markham who with his wife Sandra Church arcs he in men when the Small King Dom is attacked by terrorists in the ugly american which starts wednesday at Union Iown s Manos theatre showing for the last to Days is co in p. Fly with me starring Pamela and Dolores Hart. Ual differences president Aud Rey Novak will Lead the devotions. Refreshments will be served by a committee of mrs. Maude mrs. Kate Yehley mrs. Darlene Zur. Mrs Joanne me Clain. And mrs. Irene Craytor. The group will sponsor an elec Tion Day bake Sale at the school from 8 . To a . Anyone wishing o donate bake goods can Call mrs. Donald lobes be 8-614s. Phone last two Days metro Goldwyn show time i wednesday us american an open letter got the new car Bug no w you can own it for less dear Friend a Fayette National Auto loan May save you As much As on financing your next car. How simply by offering the lowest int Beresf rates a visit to our new instalment loan department can save you big Money because we re staffed by specialists and geared to provide you with a loan that s today s Best bargain in Auto financing. You can also Check with your insurance agent. He and Fayette National now work together to bring you the most Complete service anywhere. Of course our Friendly and efficient services Are extras you can always look Forward to when you Deal with Fayette notional. So if there s a new car in your future let Fayette National make it easier and less expensive to own. Sincerely county code cited in setup for fair the second portion of a state ment by ally. William b. Parshall i the True fads about the Fay Ette county fair follows in april. 1958, Fayette county purchased the Fairgrounds con sisting of 77.33 acres on it. 119 in Dunbar twp., for for the years 1958 through 1962, including tie initial Cost of the fair grounds and the amount expended of the Bond Issue of 1959, the county spent an average of less than 1-5 of one Mill of the county taxes for the fair grounds and the fair or in other words on account of promotion of agriculture one of Hie Basic summer wardrobe knit newest fashion for teen Model doll. Knits have easy to dress the doll. Look glamorous summer knits for it in. Teen Model doll Tern 959 directions for knitting shift. 3-piece suit Bikini poncho shorts Slacks. Thirty five cents in coins for this pattern add 15 cents for each pattern for first class mail ing and special handling. Send to Laura Wheeler Herald Standard 155 needlecraft dept. P. 0. Box 161, old Chelsea station. New York 11. N. Y. Print plainly pattern number. Name address and zone newest rage smocked accessories plus 208 exciting needlecraft designs in our new 1963 Needle draft Callog just out fashions furnishings to Crochet knit. Sew. Weave embroider quilt plus free pattern. Send 25 cents now. And most important industries of our county. From 1958 through 1961, the county leased the Fairgrounds to the Fayette county agricultural improve Mon Assn. On annual basis. In 1959, the county Bor rowed the for the purpose of erecting permanent improve ments on the Fairgrounds. Only of this amount has Ever Boon used for such purposes and there was a balance in Possession of the county As of dec. 31, 1962, of in this Bond account. This consisted of Cash of 52 and interest bearing securities of finance plan As of the same Date Only of the original Bond Issue was outstanding. The county com missioners have refused to use any part of the balance of he proceeds of he Bond Issue for the erection of permanent buildings Millie Fairgrounds and it now appears that this balance will eventually be used toward paying off the outstanding Bonds. To enable the association to build permanent buildings on the Fairgrounds the county in june of 1962. Leased tile Fairgrounds to Fay Etc county agricultural improvement Assn. For a period of 30 years without rent and without any liability on the part of the county and Wilh no to the county. The association has already erected two buildings and expects to erect others As funds become available from receipts from the fair. It is also hoped that other agricultural associations in the county will erect permanent buildings on the Fairgrounds. Code cited the action of the county com missioners in thus leasing the Fairgrounds to the Fayette county agricultural improvement Assn. Was authorized under the county code and this action was definitely for the Benefito the citizens of Fayette county As Well As of the county itself. In addition to the. Annual fair the grounds and facilities have been and will be used by 4-h and other youth activities and it is hoped that they May eventually become the Center of Many of the agricultural organizations in the county. The management of he fair and Fairgrounds is in the compe tent hands of the leading Farmers of our county completely separated from Bali s old Volcano is erupting again Jakarta. Indonesia a Bali s it. Aging Volcano belched out boulders and lava sunday for the fourth consecutive Day. Endangering lives within Miles Jakarta radio reported. Evacuation from the danger zone has been going on and the broadcast did not mention any new fatalities. One person was re ported killed earlier and four others were injured. The Volcano killed More than when it erupted in March. Please drive carefully wanted trainees men and women Are urgently needs foe ism machine training persons selected win be trained to a program which need not interfere with present Job. If you qualify training can be financed. Write today. Inc Luda Home phone number and age. Automation training inc. Box 1551 co this newspaper tartan value 23 to 1 hand wired Chassis personal notes by belly Ronald Cohen son of or. Acid mrs. Albert a Cohen 310 w. Berkeley St. Will return Home after completing his Junior year in business administration at rider College Trenton n. J. Or. Cohen is superintendent in charge of Mamie alluring for the Michael Burkowitz co. Enterprises of Western Pennsylvania. Tracy Lynn Grimm daughter of or. And mrs. Hoyden Grimm. Kaire Hance celebrated her Fuifui birthday anniversary monday May 13. She is a granddaughter of or. And mrs. Fred Grimm Ami or. And mrs. John Fisher. Fair Chance Kalherine and Elizabeth Ruth Slaughter have returned to new York City Flor visiting their grandmother mrs. M. T. Balling jr., Iii Ley Lane they Are Daugh ters of or. And mrs. Terry w. Slaughter. Mrs. Slaughter is i in former Bambara Ali slice. Donna Abram Seln a student at Johns Hopkins Hospital. Balti More met. Visi Lod her parents or. And mrs. Eli Abramsn. E. Main St., last week spending he weekend in Union town were or. And mrs. Terry Mulhol tart and son Terry of Pitts Burgh. They were guests of their parents. Or. And mrs. Charles v. Hagan ,lr., Maurice si., and or and mrs. E. Mulholland s. My. Vern ii ave. Or. And mrs. Richard Diehl ant family. Hopwood. Spent the week end visiting relatives in the Washington. P. G area. Or and mrs. William Elliot new Salem re. Will celebrate their wedding anniversary Tomor Row. Patty Lou Dills daughter of or. And mrs. P. K. Dills 193 w. Main si., will celebrate her birthday anniversary tomorrow. Her Mollier is a birthday celebrant today. Mrs Lucy cos bile. North ave. Is recuperating from surgery in Uniontown Hospital. David Aitken. Eighth St. Will celebrate Lus birthday anniversary wednesday. Mrs. John l. Briscoe. Morgan town re. And mrs. Russell bar ton. Evergreen Terrace were in Grove City saturday attending the parents Day festivities at Grove cily College. Their sons. Dick Briscoe and Jack Barton Are seniors at the College. Ken Bair. Advertising manager of Sears Roebuck co., Wili Cele Brale his birthday anniversary to Morrow or. And mrs. John k. Davis Ami son. Chipper Chatham n.i., Are visiting her parents. Or. And mrs. John j. Fabian 2 Sterling ave. Sky View drive in last 2 nites plus if a Man answers mrs. Mark Thompson country club spout Friday in pills Burgh. Ricky Frank son of or. And mrs. Marley Frank Belmont Cir Cle will celebrate his birthday anniversary wednesday. Ginny Neville daughter of or. And Jack Neville Cumber land. My. Formerly of Uniontown has teen discharged from Chil Iron s Hospital Pittsburgh where she was confined for 10 Days undergoing Iro Almena and is now recuperating a Home. Rebecca Farrell 56 Clarendon ave. Will celebrate her birthday anniversary tomorrow. Observing her birthday anniversary on wednesday will be mrs Robert Ronnie e. Coffey is. Or. And mis. Waller Spear and laughter Joyce of Hopwood spent the weekend with heir son in Law and daughter or. And mrs. Jolgui hurl Roe Villo md., and their son. Wayne Tacoma Park my. They were accompanied by mrs. Spear s Mother. Mrs. Grace Thomas of Umo town Star route wlm will spool several weeks vis iting her daughter Marie of be Hestla and her son and daughter in Law. Or. And mrs. Roy Thom As Baltimore Lar. J. W. Adelo St. At tended a recent meeting of the Pennsylvania denial society in Pittsburgh. Mrs. Minnie Anderson and mrs Adeline Ashcraft. Unin blown were on Iviry duty in Pittsburgh last week. Or and mrs prank Baratko have resumed to Baltimore. Md., Moor visiting her parents or. And mrs. Joseph Fertalj and his cols. Or. And mrs Joseph Baratko. Uniontown r. Mrs lamas w. King new Salem lid., commences a week s vacation today from her duties in the drapery dept. Of Selzler i Slorra. Michael Miller a student at West Virginia University spent the weekend with his parents. Or. And mrs. Robert w. Miller. Bailey Lane. Mrs. Frank Lengvarsky Smock will celebrate her birthday anniversary tomorrow. She is the for Mer Anna Rebidas. Not Columbus the first White Man in Modem times to see. The new world was nol Christopher Columbus. He was Rodrigo de Triana a Lookout on he Pinla in Colum bus fled. Italy will admit. Boo metric tons of cottonseed for sowing duty free before the end of the year. Rifted acid hours after eating one Lacey said after meals aha used to rift up acid liquids. At times it would nearly strangle her. She had stomach Gas daily head aches and was always nervous. Today this lady enjoys her meals ant says the change is due to Tak ing sys tone. No Gas or belch ing up acids her nerves Are by diet and no headaches. Sys tone acts Quick the Best stomach Iron Vita min tonic you can get. Costs Only a few cents a Day. So Don t suffer. Get sys tone. Central drug store and All drug stores in Uniontown and throughout Pennsyl Vania. 17 vice president Pennsylvania s largest i Sincie office Bank Fayette National Bank Trust co i hand wired crafted j with hand and dip soldering Long me. J z3.600 vote of picture average Tor Sharp Crisp pictures. Sentry system limits Power surge a recognized cause of lube failure. Smart looking mahogany grained finish on mar and Mois Kire resistant tempered hardboard Pansus and Selod Hedwood full year guarantee manufacturer s one year guarantee covers free Exchange or repair of arty component proven defectives nor mat use. Arranged through Selling dealer. Labor extra. William Henzly radio sales service 61 s. Brieon be 8-5600 Uniontown final clearance first Quality Lucas paints quantities limited shop Early alkyd enamel Reg. 4 Lucas Concrete floor enamel Reg. Ujj Lucas Spray enamels Reg. 16 of con special roller skates Ball bearing wheels padded straps Reg. How 21 enamel Reg. 1 q Lucas Wood floor life enamel Reg. Luco Tex plastic exterior House paint Reg. To 00 specials it. Wood porch swing varnished with Reg. Now. Hardware 300 Morgantown St. Uniontown a

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