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Morning Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 20, 1963, Uniontown, PennsylvaniaButtermore rites today Clara b. Dut Tormore 78. Former local democratic Leader. Died saturday morning in the nut Ter More nursing Home k. Main si., lifter a lingering illness she was a daughter of the late Robert and Hose Harding Kofford and was the widow of the late Charles s. Bettor More. Surviving Are a daughter mrs. Clarence s. I Edith i snug honour and a non or. Charles till or More two grandchildren and great grandchildren. Friends Are Heing received in the Andrew d. Ferguson funeral Home 80 Morgn blown is. Loday until ., the hour of serv ice with flow. J. Sheldon Spang Ler officiating. Burial will be in Oak Lawn cemetery. Local student Given High Honor in mail the morning Herald pa., monday May 20, 1965-Page 3 hold in Formosa Taipei Formosa i about 100.0hc nationalist chinese assembled in suburban san Chung a Lunday in fit for a party honouring inc Lown god. Police said the celebrants devoured piss bottles of wine smoked Worth of cigarettes and got Inlo three fist fights. The whale has a gestation period of 10 months. Science shrinks piles new Way without surgery stops itch relieves pain York n. V. First time alien up found Healing Bubs once with the Aston if thine ability to Ali rink Hemor rho ids atop itching and relieve pain without surgery in a Floc after Csc while gently relieving pain actual Uhrin Kago took place. Amazing of thorough that sufferers astonishing statements Ike have Cenac to be a the secret is a new Healing sub stance of a to rid Famo a 3 research Institute. This substance is now available in suppository or ointment form under it name preparation at All drug we redeem . Food Stamps Quality luncheon loaves Pickle Olive vral in. 59c Blue cheer 69c giant size Marca Vespucci Oil Gal. Garden plants do 25c streamline 17-19 e. Peter St. . Blue Stamps be 8-9592 delivery service Charles Cooper of Union own Las received a National science foundation award to attend the summer mathematics program or nigh ability secondary school Stu dents at Assumption College Wor Cester mass. He is the son of or. And mrs David s. Cooper of 30 Mont View St. And a Sophomore at Union town joint senior High school. Charles is one of 45 participants chosen among More than 450 applicants. The program will be held july i through aug. F at Assumption preparatory school in Worcester serials of mathematics. The real numbers probability modern Al Gebra topics from numbers theory and introduction to Analy . The instructors arc prominent Leach cars from various colleges and universities. Charles Cooper 78 appointed to positions for election appointments to fill 18 precinct election posts for tuesday s Pri Mary have been made by presi Dent judge Eustace 11, Bane. The appointments follow John Bookshar .ir., Republic judge of election Redstone twp. 8 Esperti Buxton h. D. 2 Perryopolis. Majority inspector Jef Ferson twp. 1 Nick Congelio Tower Hill 2, judge of election Luzerne twp. 1. Emma Dennis Point Marion minority inspector Springhill twp. 3 Ralph Dennis pm Marion judge of election Springhill twp. .1 Nellie Fisher Markleysburg judge of election Markleysburg Borough. Mae hum Berteon Markleysburg judge of election Henry Clay twp. I Clyde Martin Mcclellandtown judge of election German twp. 1 Esther c. Mcdowell Connellsville minority inspector Connellsville City third Ward. Agnes Molnar r. D. 1 Fayette City judge of election washing ton twp. 2 Helen k. Morgano sky Uniontown judge of election Uniontown City Ward eight Sec Ond District Elaine rider fair Chance minority inspector geor Ges twp. 2. Mary c. Rozzi Masontown judge of election. Masontown Bor Ough 2 Pearl Savona Browns Ville minority inspector Browns Ville Borough fourth Ward fran Ces a. Shivor Connellsville minority inspector Connellsville City seventh Ward. Roscoe Seese Markleysburg minority inspector. Markleysburg Borough James Tinkey Indian head judge of election Salt lick two. 2 Janet Valentine Adah judge of election German twp. 2. Judge John i. Munson and judge Samuel j. Cigus have been appointed to act As the return Board for tuesday s primary election. President judge Eustace h. Bane made the appointments pointing out that Michael Karolcik and James c. Stuckslager county commissioners Are candidates for . Since the commissioners Are also members of the county Board of elections their candidacy leaves a majority of the Board not qualified to act in the computation and canvassing of the Pri Mary returns. The return Board will meet at noon next Friday to begin the official computation of the Pri Mary votes. Lois Price specials monday tuesday May 20th and 21st Only plus gift Bond Stamps we Reserve the right to limit quantities Olona straight bythe piece or jumbo la. 33 Pride of India pure ground Black Pepper Del Monte pineapple Grapefruit drink fancy cakes a 5 red White super markets red White j62 St. Uniontown Rehanek s route 51 1 North of Uniontown super 21 route 2 Craig installation new officers will he installed at a meeting of the Craig schoo to of Uniontown tonight at 8 in he school. It will be the group s f i n a meeting of the 1962-63 school year 5 sies will be in charge of devotions. The program will be a Musicale by mrs. Lynn Brown and her students. Mrs., Iva Tolbert will be i n charge of installing officers. Re resume nos will be served by mrs Alice Patrignani and committee an executive session has h e e n called for the will hold a bake a on tuesday election Start no at 9 . 3 Nai b Rich dinner election tonight i. Arnold Bree Lodge 471, b a b Rith. 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