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Morning Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 27, 1974, Uniontown, Pennsylvania1 age 2-Unaontown, pa., Friday september 27, 1974 the mohn1ng iirua1.d-Tiik Venino Standard probe of Wolfe murder shifts to Pittsburgh new Kensington by Ron Basescu the search for Llic killer of Jay Wolfe Lias expanded. Stale police have verified thai investigators have been questioning per sons in the new Kensington and Pitts Burgh areas relative to their investigation. It was on feb. 3, 1973 that 17-year-old Earl j. Wolfe of Hopwood was shot three times through the head and his body left in his car off Bennington re. Since that time investigators have at tempted to put together clues that they Hope some Day will Lead them to the Young Man s killer. A Reward fund set up for the arrest and conviction of the killer has reached state police said information they received recently has led them to ques Tion individuals in new Kensington and Pittsburgh. A team of investigators has been As v s x signed to the Case since the murder was discovered. Information relating to the Case or donations to the fund May be mailed to inc Jay Wolfe Reward fund Box 100, Uniontown a. 15401." information is being received by the state police 437-1555 District at Torney s office 438-4521, and Rev. Cecil d. Hess 438-1013. Police Are hopeful that All information regardless of How mean ingless it might appear to be to some one is turned in to investigators. Police would not elaborate As to Why their investigation moved into the metropolitan areas other than that in formation they had obtained from Vari Ous sources brought this about. Officers still maintain Hal there is a definite connection Between the death of the Wolfe boy son of or. And mrs. La Vern Wolfe and the murder two Days Laler of Stanley a. Warzinski 65, of 470 e. Main St., Union own. He was beaten unconscious his body soaked with kerosene and set afire in his Home. Robbery was believed to have been the motive. Police have Felt for some time that the Wolfe boy happened to stumble Onlo someone casing the Warzinski Home prior to the robbery murder and was silenced for fear he might Alert authorities. Jay s grandparents reside on the same Street As where the Warzinski residence is located and the youngster was in that area the night he was murdered. During Pioneer Days Perry plans crafts show a Long list of crafts will be demonstrated during the seventh annual Perryopolis Pioneer Days Celebration oct. 4, 5 and 6. Mrs. Martha b. Francis president of the Perryopolis historical society and chair Man of the arts and crafts Dis plays for Pioneer Days said that the following will be demonstrated spinning mrs. Raymond Jones weaving Jean Kimmel sunday painting Wood carving leather work and Metal work a. Rousseaux Potter s wheel and ceramics Rudy Tucker and Gary Marsh decoupage dried Flowers and Christmas Modge podge Dorothy Serwinski. Glass blowing Edmund Jackson Wood carving Daniel Mccormack quilting mrs. Milton Allison sr., mrs. Ethel Aufmuth mrs. Mabel stuck and mrs. Pearle Taylor chair caning Leah Rose Evans Hilda Kohnfelder Harriet Werner and class Candle dipping mrs. Floyd Jones handmade toys mrs. Louise Baker. Apple butter and Home made bread the Ridenoure antique toys and dolls e. A. Knox women s club Cour Tesy of mrs. A. Reed crocheted rugs display mrs. Mae Satini Culley s tavern California state College retained by former president Nixon to represent him in court is at Torney Herbert j. Miller a who also defended sex at t Orney general Richard Kleindienst. Truck stolen Edward Beck of Merritts told slate police that his Chevrolet truck Blue and White in color was taken sometime wednesday night from the parking lot of the wishing Well along route 21. South Union firemen to launch fund drive archaeologist window Dis play of Early costumes mrs. Lewis Lynn Art show Lois Carson and Marie Snyder portraits Alla Mare funnel cakes morning Star Grange Flower show Flower club Harriet Werner president. There will be Many other activities for the Young and old including Wagon hours of historic Sites a muzzle loader shoot log sawing con test petting zoo and Pony rides. Refreshments will be available throughout the weekend. South Union vol. Fire co. Will launch its annual drive for funds this weekend. As in the past firemen will deliver brochures and Dona Tion envelopes to residents of the fire Protection area. They will return in two weeks to pick up the envelopes and donations. The delivery dates Are sept. 28 and 29 and the pickup dates Are oct. 12 and 13. The fire company is Cele Brating its 15th year of opera Tion. A spokesman for the company said in these 15 years we have been Able to make considerable Progress in fire Protection equipment and serv ice As a result of the financial cooperation we receive from residents and Community leaders of our fire the latest feature of the company is 24-hour service for fire and police Calls and a burglar alarm Monitor sys tem for commercial and residential structures. The company Headquarters at 364 s. It. Vernon ave. Houses in addition to the 24 hour answering system a new Mack diesel 500-Gal. Pumper truck a Csc pumper Tanker a 65-foot snorkel Aerial platform truck and a Pontiac ambulance. In discussing the annual drive Richard Mccoy presi Dent of the company said because of a great amount of new construction in South Union twp., we feel obligated to continually update our fire fighting equipment to meet the needs of our fire area and our annual fund drive is one of the major ways we can help meet these the volunteers have asked that any residents who will not be at Home during the pickup weekend to mail their contribution to the fire company office. Introducing the 75 Model Auto loan Uniontown gets new tax office Southwest regional tax Bureau in Greensburg is establishing a new office for col Lection of the earned income tax at 45 w. Church St. Near the Bell Telephone co. Office in Uniontown. Tyis will be for residents of the following boroughs town ships and school districts Laurel Highlands Albert Gallatin area Brownsville area and Connellsville area school districts Browns Ville West Brownsville fair Chance and Point Marion boroughs and North Union South Union Redstone Luzerne Georges Brownsville and Springhill tips. The office will be open Mon Days wednesdays and Fri Days to assist people in filing their returns and answering questions about the tax. The phone number will be 439-4177. Tie present office on Pitts faster safer More economical save Lime because your Auto loan is processed in minimum time if you apply directly to Fayette Bank. Insurance is available to protect you and your Amily. More Low Bank interest rates you can actually save Money on your Auto loan by dealing directly with Fayette Bank. Convenient can repay your direct aul Oloan by mail by driving up to a convenient drive in window exact amount in a sea left envelope or by coming into Fayette Bank s instalment loan department. Special built in handsome Golden key to any new 1975 american made car personalized Wilh your initial Wilh your direct Aulo loan. Stop by our instalment loan department today and get Complete details on Fayette Bank s direct aul Oloan for 1975. Fayette Bank Ond Trua Companio non Kiefl of Bank biggest Little store in Faye lie co. Che right id limit quantities open daily 9 to 10 including sunday pm. 438-9825 it. 40 w. Of Uniontown at Moss Plaza 40 we accept us a food Stamps fall is the Best time to fertilize your Lawn Scotts Lawn fertilizer 0 Uniontown Branch of american association of University women invites you to know your candidate Coffee . 29 to . Main lounge Fayette Campus . Meet state and National candidates for governor Congress and legislature. Question them personally on issues about which you Are concerned. Burg St. In Connellsville will be retained and will be open on tuesdays and thursdays for residents of that area. The phone number is 628-5506. Car truck in mashup damage was estimated in excess of in a traffic Accident at 8 . Yesterday at the intersection of Morgan town St. And Highland ave. Here. Police said the mishap involved a car driven by Kenneth w. Norman 26, of 154 Walnut St., Uniontown and a truck driven by Donald k. Wise 29, of Smithfield. Police said that following the initial Impact the Wise vehicle damaged the property of John Metros 298 Morgan town St. This week Only leather Sale at. Uniontown mall store Only split cowhide genuine leather styled jackets 3 colors and styles Tulip bulbs 25 ,s1. Sherwin Williams paints i All of Sherwin it at the lowest 7b8 55.00 to values a charge account Days same a3 Cash Uniontown mall store open daily til 9 pm

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