Florida Couple, 4 Children Lost In Plane Plunge

" NEW ORLEANS (UPI) - A plane carrying six members of a Florida family attempting to. land in a light haze crashed into Lake P o n c h a r t r a i n Wednesday night. The Coast Guard said today there were no signs of survivors. Bill Odom, the assistant controller at the Coast Guard's Rescue Center, said the six persons on board the plane were a man. his wife and four children from Fort Lauderdale. Fla. Odom said he could not release the identity of the family. Odom said the control tower at the Lakefront Airport had not been in direct communication with the private plane but it did monitor its last radio message broadcast, when the plane was 41-- miles from the shore of the 18-mile-wide. 30mile-long lake. "Mayday! Mayday! Am over the water and about to splash," .the pilot radioed in his final message. At that moment the plane disappeared from the control tower's radar screens.

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KlHanntng, Pa. Thurtday, Apr. 24, WS

East Brady Rotary Schedules Auction ,

This Day In This Area Hospital Notes 5 Pittsburgh
Brookville Hospital Admitted:
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Community projects in th'e Kast Brady area will benefit when tht' East Brady Rotary Club holds its public auction at ~ p . m . Friday at Country Paradise Park. Route 268. north of Cowansvillc.
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CARGO SQUEEZED—State police headlights reflect on rain-slicked highway this morning where laden Daily Juice Products frcick out of Verona skidded and rolled over on Allegheny Valley

Expressway off-ramp in North Buffalo Township. The driver, John K. Raucci, Jr., 28, of 133% Hulton Ro'ad, Verona, was not injured. Damage in the 6:30 a.m. mishap was unesiimated.

Hospital admissions are printed for the information of friends and relatives of patients, hut not to encourage visitation. In the interest of |ia(ient welfare. Armstrong County Memorial Hospital requires all visitors to obtain a pass al Ihe lobby desk. Hundreds of items were Visiting by not more than two donated by area residents and persons at a lime in any room more are sought until auction is permitted between the lime. In addition to the an- hours of 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. tiques, furniture, appliances, daily, and I lox p.m. Visiting toys, sporting goods, tools, auto privileges do not apply to accessories and other items, a those under Hi. bake sale will be featured.

John Zagst, Clarion RD 1 Phyllis Dempsey, Brookville RD Sarah Duck. Summerville RD 2

Area Men Hurt In Auto Crash

75 Potential Civil Court Jurors Called

Armstrong County

Death Record
Robert

Memorial, Kittanning Admitted:
Carl Marci, Plumville Linda L. Zeigler, Adrian Dixie A. Miller, Kittanning R D 7 Stanley E. Rudert, Sarver Harry L. Bowser, Dayton Elmer E. Hayes, Dayton RD 1 Stanley O. Travis, Rural Valley James C. Hollobaugh, 100 Arthur St., Kittanning Paul V. McJunkin, McGrann Vernie L. Sloniger, Dayton Ella C. Varner, New Bethlehem RD 3 Jerrilyn S. Zak, Dayton RD 2 David J. Dinus, 138 Vine St., Kittanning Joy A. Mcllwain, Kittanning RD 2 Hazel M. Dosch, Kittanning RD 6 Harold S. George, 600 Frederick St., McKees Rocks Crystal L. McClanahan, Shelocta RD 1 David E. Booher, Kiftanning RD 3.

Audio Speakers Taken At Clarion Area School
Shippenville - based state police report they are investigating the theft of two 12inch audio speakers from a platform inside the auditorium of the Allegheny-Clarion Valley High School. The theft was believed to have occurred between April 10 and 17. Troopers ask anyone with information relative to the incident to contact them.

Pressed for Answer
PITTSBURGH (UPI) — City Council said Wednesday it wants the West Penn Water Co." to provide it with a report on what the company is doing about an Environmental Protection Agency study which showed small amounts of cancer producing chemicals' within its system. Councilman William Coyne said there was no need to panic since the water is safe to drink. The EPA report was based on a study of nearly 80 cities across the country.

Kobert Arthur Hollenbaugh. (Ellen M.) Kerr 72. of Dayton RD l.diedai 10::)f> Mrs. Verner (Ellen M.) Kerr. a.m. Wednesday at West Penn 59, of Rimersburg RD 2 Hospital. Pittsburgh. (Kissingers M i l l ) died this A farmer by trade, he svas a morning at her home, following of Dayton Armstrong County Jury lifelongHeresident member of a short illness. was a Born July 20, 1915 in Madison Commissioners M a r i a n area. Dayton-Glade Run United Crissmanand Nancy Heilman Presbyterian Church, member Township, Clarion County, she Rimersburg for have released the names of 75 of the Church Session, and resided inyears. She was the a persons called to serve as member of the Volunteer past 28 of Wesleyan Methodist jurors for. the next term of Sunday School Class.. He was member Sandy Hollow, Clarion Church, civil court scheduled to begin also a member of Dayton County. May 19. Young Farmers and Woodmen Her parents were the late The following persons have of the World. Thomas E. and Margaret L. been summoned: He was born Sept. 15, 1902 in (Dunmire) Shearer. Daniel J. Allen, KiUanning MR Wayne Township. Armstrong Surviving are her husband, 10. County, a son of Gideon Frank Verner J. Kerr; four Irene K. Anthony, 104 King St., and Elvira Maude (Beatty) daughters: Mrs. Samuel New Bethlehem. Hepfner of. Randy J. Arduini, Rural Valley. Hollenbaugh. On May 6.1936 he (Adrienne) Dorothy A-. Armstrong, 217 married Ada Helen Dover- Youngstown, Ohio, Mrs. Hersel spike, who survives. Clifford Ave., Apollo. (Betty) Banks of Hobe Sound, John Astoli, 52 Old Mill Road, Also surviving are a Fla., and Misses Martha June Freeport. daughter. Mrs. Arthur (GarMartha L. Bash, 379 Harrison net) Houser of Dayton; two and Sandra Kay Kerr, both at home; two sons, William T. of Ave., Leechburg. Maxine M. Brant, 302-Sth St., ' sons. William of Dayton and Youngstown, Ohio, and Edward Freeport. Edward, at home; seven J. of Washington, Pa.; four Nancy K. Breightmyer, 2501 sisters: Mrs. Oscar (Verna) brothers: Ralph A. of Manor Drive, Ford City. LoisM. Brown, 104 Mulberry St., Beatty of Vandergrift, Mrs. Rimersburg, Raymond of Beulah Rosenberger of Kit- Parker, Harry of Rimersburg Kittanning. tanning RD 2, Mrs. John and Charles of Kittanning; 14 Richard L. Brown, Elderton. Sandy Bryant, 336-3rd Ave., (Helena) Neal of Dayton RD l, grandchildren; and a number Ford City. Mrs. Charles (Mae) Preslipski Pauline G. Buday, Freeport RD of Leechburg RD I, Mrs. Olive of nieces and nephews. Three borthers — Henry, Frederick W. Burns, 106 Northrup of Conneaut, Ohio, Elmer and Herbert — are Mrs. Lewis (Neilie) Walker of deceased. Blackthorn Drive, Kittanning. J. Alexander Callas, 1005 N. Dayton RD 2 and Miss McKean St., Kittanning. Margaret Hollenbaugh of K E R R — Friends of Mrs. Lionel B. Chasse of Adrian R D 1. Verner (Ellen M.) Kerr, who Walter Chimka, 627-5th Ave., Vandergrift; and three grandchildren. Ford City. died April 24, 1975, may call at
Joseph W. Clark, 303 Ridge Ave., Kittanning. HOLLENBAUGH — Friends of Richard A. Clouse, Templeton Robert Arthur Hollenbaugh, RD 2. Lucinda F. Cogley, Ford City RD who died April 215, 1975, may call at Frank O. BIy Funeral. 1. Michael D. Craft, Kittanning RD Home, Dayton, from 2 to 4 and Betty M. Crissman, Kittanning RD 3. Robert E. Crytzer, Kittanning RD 4. Michael A. Daniel, Kittanning RD 6. Margaret Dedo, 2230 Park Ave., Ford City.. Pamela DelleDonne, 808 Wilson Ave., North Apollo. Linda K. DeMeno, 309 Market St., Freeport. Richard D. Donine, Mayport RD

Mrs. Verner

Miss Lettie G. Wylie. 87. of 401 Fairview Ave., Butler, formerly of Redbank. died at (i:30 p.m. Wednesday at Sunnyview Home. Butler. She was a member of St. Mary's Episcopal Church. Uedbank. Born Jan. 14. 1888 in Redbank, Armstrong County, she was a daughter of Andrew P. and Kalhryn ( M c C l a f f e r t y ) Wylie. She was the last surviving member of her family; both parents, four brothers and two sisters are deceased. Surviving are a number of nieces and nephews and grandnieces and nephews. WYLIE — Friends of Miss LetlieG. Wylie, who died April 2:1, 1975, may call from 7 to !l this evening and 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Friday at ThompsonMiller Funeral Home, 124 E. North St., Butler. Prayer service will be held there at I p.m. Saturday and the funeral service at :t p.m., conducted by the Rev. C. Roger Butler. Interment will be in St. Mary's Episcopal Cemetery, Redbank. Arrangements by Thompson-Miller. Mrs. Thelma (Adams) Bone Mrs. Thelma (Adams) Bone, 66, of 1014 Wilson Ave., Kittanning, died at 9 p.m. Wednesday at her home. A lifelong resident of this area, she was a member of St. Luke's United Church of Christ, Kittanning. She was born March 23, 1909 in Kittanning, a daughter of the late Henry and Deliah (John) Adams. Her husband, Merlin T. Bone, died May l, 1964. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Michael (Sally) Zamalis of Apollo, and two grandchildren.

Miss Lottie G.Wylie

Discharged:
Darlene K. Barnes, Ford City RD 1 F. Dolores Smith, 318 Allegheny Ave., Kittanning Margaret M. Colbert, 508 N. McKean St., Kittanning Kenneth E. Anthony, 311 Jacob St., Kittanning Nancy J. Gray, Adrian RD 1 William L. Shetler, Rural Valley RD 1 Regina G. Neidig, 1360 N. Grant Ave., Kittanning Nancy D. Shaner, 1404 N. Grant Ave., Kittanning Ralph D.Wolfe, 331 Harrison St., Kittanning Oliver G. Schaub, Templeton Louis J. Repak, Vandergrift RD 2 Anita Marshall, 520 Neale Ave., Ford City Betty L. Buff, 408 North Ave., Kittanning Donna K. Miller, Kittanning RD 2 Alyce M. Deppen, Mellon Bank Apartments, Kittanning James O. Crissman, Kittanning RD 2 Leroy W. Centorcelli, Rimersburg Audrey Lytle, 280 S. McKean St., Kittanning

Five Pittsburgh area men . were injured at 6:30 p.m. ^ yesterday, when the car i n ; Beverly Pangatl, Clarington which they rode was struck: Jacquelyn O'Toole, Brookville broadside at the intersection o f . Robert Scout, Summerville RD 2 Routes 422 and 210 in Plum- i Helen Stahlman, Clarion creek Township. Kittanning-based state police -, Clarion Hospital said the driver, James • Raymond Rose, 23, of 5030, Admitted: Azalea Drive, Pittsburgh, had Mrs. Gary Clark, Corsica RD 1 stopped and then started to . Tammy Ctark, Knox RD \ cross Route 422 when a car ; Russell Lestor, Clarington driven by Charles Bertolino, 58, of 246 Oak St., Indiana, struck. Discharged: the right side of the Rose car.: Rose and his four passengers _, William Niederriter, Clarion Dora Adams, New Bethlehem were taken to Armstrong^ Sharon Best, Callensburg County Memorial Hospital by , Lynn Martin, Lamartine Citizens Ambulance. Service, Cynthia Buzzard, Brookville Mrs. Frank Black and baby boy, Indiana. Remaining hospitalized in Sligo RD 1 satisfactory condition today Veterans' Hospital, with multiple injuries is Harold S. George, 20, of 600 Frederick St., McKees Rocks. Butler Rose and the others: James •Hoffman, 22, of 1404 Fallowfield .* Admitted: Ave.. Pittsburgh; Michael i Harold Clever, 522 Fair St. Jablonsky, 20, of Mayflower St., Kittanning. Neville Island, and Craig ' Onahay, 21, of Longfellow.; Drive, Munhall, were all i treated and released. • Armstrong County Troopers said Bertolino and a ' Memorial, Kitlanning passenger, Joseph Bertolino,.' 30, of Kittanning RD 1, were not : • April 23, 1»75— —3:58 a.m., girl to Mr. and Mrs. injured. Lloyd Zeigler of Adrian. Troopers estimated $2,800 —9:14 a.m., boy to Mr. and Mrs. damage was done to the cars in James Miller of Kittanning RD 7. the mishap. Elsewhere:

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Public Notices
BID NOTICE

Sealed bids will be received by the Council of the Borough of Ford City, Armstrong County, Pennsylvania until 5:00 P.M. on Tuesday, May 13, 1975 at Post Office Box 112 or at the Borough Office at the Corner of Fourth Avenue and Tenth Street, Ford City, in the office of the Borough., Secretary for replacement of sidewalks on" - - " A . - G r a n t Doverspike, New 4th Avenue between 6th and 7th Bethlehem. Downs, St. Charles. Mary M. Streets, east side, grade and Irene B. Dunmire, Kittanning plant grass, seed between curb RD 3.. Walter A. Early, Kittanning MR and sidewalk: 10 (East Brady Road) 200 ft. x 5 ft. 4 in. Jane R. Egli, Worthington. 60 ft. x 1 ft. 9 in. Carole N. Ferretti, 523 Market St., Leechburg. 9 slabs 3 ft. x 2 ft. Albert F. Fiscus, Kittanning RD Bids will be opened at the Regular Council Meeting on the 6. Darlene K. Ford, Karns city RD 13th of May in the Council Chambers of the Borough Guido H. Formaini, 304 Bluff St., Building. Council has the right Kittanning". Glea L. Foster, Templeton RD 2. to reject any or all bids. SucBarbara S. Gance, Parker. cessful bidder will be notified Patricia J. Grey, Kittanning RD by mail 6. Mary Panchik Robert H. Gromley, Rural Valley RD 1. Borough Secretary Sealed proposals will be 'received and publicly opened and read at Plumcreek Township Election House at Elderton, Pa. until 8 p.m. May 5, 1975 for the following: 1,000 tons of slag more or less of various sizes or grades delivered to Plumcreek Township .stockpile. Proposal forms and specifications to bidder may be obtained from Dean Elgin, Secretary, Box 31, Elderton, Pa. 15736. Standard specifications are required and a 10 per cent bid bond or certified check. The successful bidder when awarded contract must furnish a reasonable bond. All proposals must be upon the form furnished by the Secretary-Treasurer, Dean Elgin, 'Box 31, Elderton, Pa. 15736. Sealed bids will be received by the Trustees of the Brush Valley Brethren Church, General Delivery Box 721, Adrian Post Office 16210, until 5 p.m. May 2, 1975 for the following parcels of ground in Armstrong Co., Washington Township. No. 1 parcel 10.75 acres more or less, No. 2 parcel 2.4 acres more or less witn 6 room frame house with bath and block garage. Possession within 90 days of bid acceptance. Property may be seen on April 19 and April 26, 1975. All bids must be in our hands by May 2, 1975. Trustees have the right to accept or reject any or all bids. Brush Valley Trustees
PUBLIC NOTICE Solicitation of Proposal BID NOTICE
BIDS WANTED

7 to 9 p.m. today, and at Dayton-Glade Run United Presbyterian Church from 12 to 1:30 p.m. Friday. Service will be conducted at the church at 2 p.m. Friday by the Rev. Francis E. Stetler. Interment will be in Glade Run Cemetery. Arrangements by BIy.

BONE — Friends of Mrs. Joseph Michael Stolar Joseph Michael Stolar, 66, of Thelma (Adams) Bone, who may 735 Painter Ave., Ford Cliff, died April 23, 1975,and 2 call 7 to 4 died at 1:40 this morning at after7 tothis evening at Bauer 9 p.m. Friday Georgian Manor Nursing and Funeral Home, Kittanning. Home, Natrona Heights. He was a retired employe of Service will be held there at 11 a.m. Saturday, in charge of PPG Industries, Ford City. Born June 16, 1908 in Ford her minister, the Rev. Harold Interment in City, he was a son of the late Hess.a n n i n g Cwill e be r y . em te Joseph F. and Mary (Chivla) K i t t Arrangements by Bauer. Stolar. Surviving are his wife, Mary' (Kondrc) Stolar; a daughter, BECK — Friends of Roy Beck, Mrs. Richard (Marlene) who died April 22, 1975, are Easley of MR 10 Butler Rd., being received from 2 to 4 and Kittanning; a brother, Andrew 7 to !) today, and until time of of Pittsburgh. of Ford Cliff; a sister, Mrs. Michael (Mary) Charney of service Friday at the Charles James W. Hammond, 504 SNYDER — Friends of Mrs. Ford City; and three grand- D. Alcorn Funeral Home, Terrace Ave., Apollo. Hawthorn. Service will be 2 Barbara A. Hanna, Freeport RD Leon (Hilary) Snyder, who children. p.m. Friday at the funeral died April 24, 1975, may call at Florence M. Hartman, Ford City John R. Kennedy Funeral home with the Rev. Rayburn STOLAR — Friends of Joseph RD 1. Nulph officiating. Burial will Michael Stolar, who died April Linda M. Harvan, Ford City RD Home, Kittanning, after 7 this evening, and 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 3. 24, !i>7?5, may call anytime be in Oakland Cemetery, Distant. Arrangements by Harry F. Hayes, Dayton RD 2. p.m. Friday. Service will be after? this evening at Faykosh Charles T. Horan, 819-6th Ave., held 1:30 p.m. Saturday at Afcorn. Funeral Home, Ford City. Ford City. Service will be conducted 10 SNYDER — Friends of William Ivan P. Hyde, Kittanning RD 5. ' Grace Presbyterian Church, Kittanning, with the Rev. a.m. Saturday at Holy Trinity Earl Jack, Kittanning RD 4. Robert Snyder, who died April Nancy S. Johnson, 201 Grace St., Jerry E. Flanigan officiating. Roman Catholic Church, Ford 23, 1975, may call at Welch Apollo. Burial will be in Lawn Haven City, with the Rev. William Funeral Home, Ford City, Donna L, Kunselman, Van- Burial Estates,East Franklin Homolak officiating. Burial from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 dergrift RD 1. . Township. The family will be in the church cemetery. Janet R. Lasher, Adrian. today. Service will be Arrangements by Faykosh. David P. Long, Kittanning RD 2. suggests that, in lieu of conducted there l p.m. Rita L. McClain, 504 N. 7th St., flowers, donations be made to Friday by the Rev. David Apollo. the American Cancer Society. Rulong of Kittanning Jeffrey McKinstry, 407 Terrace Arrangements by Kennedy. CRAIG — Friends of Mrs. Miles Methodist Church. Interment Ave., Apollo. (Geraldine 1.) Craig, who died will be in Lawn Haven Burial Jennifer A. Molnar, Ford City RD 3. April 22, 1975, may call Estates. Arrangements by Faynetta C. Moore, 309 Garfield ANTHONY — Friends of at Bauer Funeral Home, Welch. St., Kittanning. Robert Joseph Anthony, who Mrs. Leon (Hilary) Snyder, 54, of 718 Feme Drive, Kittanning, died at 6:12 this morning at Armstrong County Memorial Hospital. She was a member of Grace Presbyterian Church, Kittanning. Born Sept. 20,1920 in Merthyr Tydfil, Wales, she was a daughter of the late Philip C. and Lilian Emma (Flooks) Reed. Surviving are her husband, Leon R. Snyder; a son, Bruce R., at home; and a sister, Mrs. George (Christine) Varnum Jr.
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Barbara L. Morgan, Elderton. .James G. Moyer, Kittanning RD John L. Musser, Apollo RD 3. Mary E. Myers, Templeton. Phyllis J. Petras, 329-4th St., Freeport. Charles E. Powell, Templeton RD 2. Kathleen M. Rapp, Cowansvllle RD 1 Randy L. Rosenberger, Ford City RD 2. Harry N. Schrecengost, 603 Woodward Ave., Kittanning. Matilda C. Seiners, lll-4th St., Freeport. James R. Sell,838-7th Ave., Ford City. Velma Simmers, Worthington. Michael Sfitt, Vandergrift RD 2. Richard J. VanTine, 43 Main St., Freeport. Nancy L. Voklsh, 710'/j High St., Freeport. Catherine White, 2nd St., Freeport. Jerry L. Wolfe, Cowansvilie RD 1. Helen G. Yount, Vandergrift RD 2. Marie C. Zellefrow, Cowansvilie RD 1.

Mrs. Leon (Hilary) Snyder

J. D. Miller Funeral Home, Rimersburg anytime after 7 this evening. Family visitation hours are 7 to 9 this evening, 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Friday and until time of service at 2 p.m. Saturday. Service will be conducted at the funeral home by the Revs. Paul A. Hetrick of Wesleyan Methodist Church, Sandy Hollow, and Olin Pfautz of Cottage Hill Wesleyan Methodist Church, New Bethlehem. Burial will be in Lawsonham Cemetery, Clarion County. Arrangements by J. D. Miller.

Divorces:

died April 22, 1975, are being received at the to 9 p.m. today at the thington, where service will be held at 1:30 p.m. Friday. The Rev. John F. Osborne, pastor of Fenelton Methodist Church, will officiate. Arrangements by Flick.

Kittanning. Visitation hours are 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 today. Service will be conducted at the funeral home at 1:30 p.m. Friday, with the Rev. Johnnie Lengel of Salem United Church of Christ officiating. Interment will be in Hill Cemetery, Valley Township. Arrangements by Bauer.

BARRISS — Friends of Richard Barriss, who died April 22, 1975, may call from 2 to 4 and 7 to ft p.m. today at Donald S. Bowser Funeral Home, Plumville, where service will be held 2 p.m. Friday. Interment will be in Sample Run Cemetery, Clymer. Arrangements by Bowser. TURNEY — Friends of Mrs. James (Mildred Dean) Turney, who died April 22, 1975. are being received at the John R. Kennedy Funeral Home, where service will be held at 1:30 p.m. Friday. The Rev. Allen Maihle, pastor of Union Avenue Methodist Church, Kittanning, will officiate. Burial will follow in Kittanning Cemetery. Arrangements by Kennedy.

The natural gas industry, from conservation to financial operation, was the topic of a recent presentation heard by" senior consumer economics classes at Lenape Vocational Technical School, adFORD CITY — A week-long ministrators report. Presenting the information celebration, June 16-21, is the next evjnt being planned by the were officials of Peoples Ford City Bicentennial com- Natural Gas Company's Division mittee. During a meeting held N o r t h e r n last night in the Ford City VFW Headquarters: Deborah Kent, Home, chairman William : sales representative; Roland division sales Moore said he hoped something •Nace, ^representative and , Paul H. Audrey L. Goldstrohm, Kit- could be planned for every day "Gosser, industrial development of the week. tanning RD 5 ; • A carnival will be in Ford coordinator. City the entire week. There will ; "Appalachian Treasurerbe three parades during the :Hunt" provided students with a'( week. There will be a parade ivisual tour of the gas well All on indignities charges unless for junior division groups on :drilling and gas storage otherwise shown. ;operations in Western. PennFiled: § ! Monday.-,,;a .senior .division'' . sylvania. ^ para'de""oh'AVedhesday \~ and' 'a Jean L. Allen, 139 Queen St:; children's pet parade on • Nace . and Gosser discussed 5 Kittanning, from Gary W. Allen, 336 Allegheny Ave., Applewold. Saturday. Kittanning concert :new fuel adjustment costs, t Violet Jeanne Watt, Apollo, from band will present a program on '"regulatory lag concept," and3 Robert Lee Watt, Apollo. :the costs of pollution controls Pauline Adele Worrell, 720Va N. Thursday. There will be with increased demands on .* fireworks on. Saturday night. 4th St., Apollo, from Ross Elmer Horrell, Apollo RD 3. Ed Kornasiewicz and his • energy consumption. Ways of jj Granted: "nationality committee" are acquiring capital through? Leztie G. Brown, Parker, from planning an event to take place borrowing, issuing stock and* Eugene J. Brown, Rimersburg. selling bonds was discussed. i£ Ray H. Shankle, 234 Ridge Ave., next Fall. American heritage chairman ; Gas exploration prompted i Applewold, from Sandra J. f Shankle, Franklin Ave., Ap- Frank Tolliver asked that student questions., plewold. Mrs. Kent presented a slide-§ anyone having pictures, Linda L. Rupert, 310 Allegheny illustrated program detailings Ave., Kittanning, from Terry W. paintings, artifacts of early home energy conservation. She * Rupert, 530 Locust St., Kittanning. American history to contact Shirley Jean Webb, 201 him. He would like to borrow .said 72 per cent of all energy is § Cleveland St., Kittanning, from the items for use in a public .consumed by the home and! Jerry Lee Webb, Kittanning RD 6. display. Tolliver said Indian lautomobile. * -* scenes are particularly desirable. The group's first venture, a reenactment of Paul Revere's ride last Friday at midnight, April 23, 1975— —1:23 p.m., Rural Valley was considered a success. It Fire Department dispatched to was estimated that over 2,000 reported brush fire on the Earl' people witnessed the event. Chairman Moore said that he McCullough farm between has not had notification yet in Gastown and Blanko. regard to an application filed committee A Marriage Intentions by the City area to designate eightsurprise returned visit by Ford an official members of Kittanning bicentennial community. George Timothy Pesarcik, Council of Junior Order United Vandergrift; Cynthia Gayle Hill, Moore suggested that a American Mechanics, to 214 Leonard Ave., North Apollo. bicentennial chorus be Robert Wayne Gunst, 1508-3rd organized and be asked the Greensburg Council last Friday night was described as "a St., Natrona Heights; La Vonne Noel Mueller, 329-4th St., Freeport. committee to think about the success" in their obtaining the Frank Lee Ridenour, 1l06-7ttii" matter and how it could be "Traveling Shield." Ave., Ford City; Lorri Sue Rigatti, accomplished-. The Traveling Shield contest 310 Allegheny Ave., Kittanning. Next meeting of the bicenDennis Paul De Flippo, 212 tennial rommitrpp will HP 8 . was revived recently to make activity and stimulate Warren Ave., Apollo; Vicki Lynn ™""?l ^ PiL n i l c. i *! Orkwis, Thorn sT, Apollo RD 4. P-m- May 7 at the Polish Falcon ' visitations throughout the state. Club. The Kittanning members also received the "Gallop Gavel", a iplaque that has traveled throughout the nation for the past 35 years. Last month : Greensburg Council obtained : the plaque from a council in West Virginia. Each winner - must sign a receipt for its safe -keeping.

April 23, 1975— —girl to Mr. and Mrs. Gary Clark of Corsica RD 1, at : Clarion Hospital. Elsewhere: April 21, 1975— —boy, Matthew David, 9 Ibs. 10 oz. to Mr. and Mrs. David L. Schrecengost of 42 W. Rochester Road, Pittsburgh (North Hills) at Passavant Hospital, Pittsburgh. Mrs. Schrecengost is the former Sandra Lee Steiger of Linesville.

Peoples Gas Representatives Lenape Speakers

Week's Celebration Next for Ford City

Fire Alarms:

Town Group Gets] Junior Mechanics! Traveling Shield i

ARIN Intermediate Unit, a public educational agency, serving Armstrong and Indiana Counties, is soliciting proposals for the construction and lease of office space and other facilities. Proposals for a turn-key lease agreement will be received in the office of the Executive Director on or before May 15, 1975 at the Intermediate Unit office in either the Armstrong or Indiana County Courthouse. A general description and floor plan together with other pertinent information may be obtained by contacting the Executive Director, Kittanning 548-5610, Indiana 465-2665.

Rotary Tiller Stolen From Garage at Tidal
State police at the Kittanning substation are investigating the theft of a rotary tiller valued at $170 from a Tidal garage between Monday and Wednesday. Victim in the incident was identified as Harold L. Fleming of Templeton RD 2. The stolen machine is described as an orange and yellow, fivehorsepower Montgomery War rotary tiller. AUSTIN, Tex. (UPI) Former Treasury Secretary John Connally was governor of Texas from 1963 until 1969.
SIX-YEAR TERM
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Paim Reader Accused Of Bilking Patron
SHERWIN-WILLIAMS STORE, S. Jefferson St., Kittanning, presents new image to community, and will now operate as Decorating Center, according to manager Jack Olinger. In addition to paints and wall papers, store wili feature carpets, flooring, draperies and decorative window blinds. An interior decorator will be available to help customers. Remodeling completed, grand opening will be held today through Saturday. David Meeker, president of Kittanning Business Associates, presides over ribbon-cutting ceremony this morning as Olinger looks on.

Members making the trip .were Terry Belles, Deeo ; Snyder, Don Nickels, Jack Lane, Clarence Nickels, James .L. Schrecengost, Ron Anthony _ ;and A. P. Merwin. Several members with their sons attended the monthly' meeting of District Council of 'Western Pennsylvania, held Saturday evening at Greensburg. The -event was the father-and-son night, with the Junior Order Hunting and •Fishing Club furnishing the program. Harry G. Ball, past State Councilor of Pittsburgh was in charge.
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SPRINGDALE, Pa. (UPI) — A palm reader in this Allegheny County community faces charges stemming from her offer to remove a "curse" on a man by burning $2,500. Mrs. Judy Stergo, 27, faces a hearing next week on charges of theft by deception and fortunetelling. J.Little, 68, Vandergrift, Pa., told police Mrs. Stergo said she would have to burn $2,500 to remove a "curse" on him. Little said he gave Mrs. Stergo $500 and she placed it with $2,000 of her own money that he was to repay. He said the money never was burned.

HUT-ONE, HUT-TWO—In obviously manufactured situation, tri-captains of Kittanning High School football team and coach Harry Beckwith generate some student enthusiasm for planned Sunday waikathon for the benefit of National Foundation, March of Dimes. From left, running interference are Keith Fiscus and Larry Shepard, for Carol Adams, walkathon coordinator; Robert Ochs and coach Beckwith. Ochs is pretending to take football handoff from Beckwith, and walkathon sponsor sheet from Miss Adams. Participants in the walk are canvassing the Middle Armstrong countryside, enlisting sponsors who will pay them'specified amount for each mile they cover in the planned 20-mile hike.

Fred W. Larison of Johnstown, State Council or :Pennsylvania, and his state board of officers were in at: tendance.

Auto Strikes Guardrails; Newbie Man Spared Injury
A New Bethlehem man.Gary E. Dinger, escaped injury while his 1970 car incurred $600 damage when it struck guardrails along Route 861, three miles west of his home, at n - p.m. yesterday, Shippenville state police report.

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