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— FRIDAY, J U L Y 3, 1959
Today is Friday, July 3rd, th« 184th day of the year, with 181 more days to follow in 1959. The moon is approaching its Armstrong County YMCA offinew phase. cials today announced that SaturThe evening stars are Mercury, day swimming clas$es at the "Y" Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn. will be held as usual until 3 p.m., On this date in history: although all classes are to be In 1539, Hernando de Soto took moved up a little. possession of Florida in the name day and WASHINGTON (UPD — Old raised simultaneously at the Cap-: is flown theresymbol of night "as j of Spain. Afternoon hours of 1-3 Saturday our paitol will be given to Alaska as a a perpetual Glory will go aloft Saturday bearbe devoted to Chicago. The a ts, | In 1890, Idaho became the 43rd symbol of its new status. The; triotism." •PITTSBURGH (UPD - close strength r rofe sbench made on the toMannarino, arrested in his of- are to at the YMCA, exchange stu- ing 49 stars. dents climaxed by to the union. warrants isother will remain as a regular; The Capitol and Ft. McHonry: state 1898,enterU.S. Navy complete•operation between federal auFlags with a new star for the the sued Tuesday by the United fice at the Ken Iron and Steel Co. a 6:30 p.m. buffet supper in their new state of Alaska will be hoist- Capitol flag until it wears out. ; are two places where it is proper In orities in the United States and ly defeated the Spanish fleet in knada has led to a break in the States District Court in Chicago, in New Kensington, was released honor. the Capitol At Ft. McHenry. Interior Secre- to fly the flag at night. culminated a year's "concen- on $5,000 bond Thursday night Pittsburgh disc jockey Perry ed inat ceremonies atFt. McHenry I tary Fred A. Seaton will raise ; After the dawn's early light, the harbor of Santiago, Cuba, durJvorld's largest theft"-a 12-mil- trated" investigation by the FBI after a preliminary hearing be- Marshall is scheduled to preside and Baltimore's war. ln dollar burglary of a Canadian and the Royal Canadian Mounted fore Federal Commissioner Alex over the "Y" Swingtime dance National Monument, birthplace i the new flag as the Marine Band Americans everywhere may dis-! ing, the Spanish-American Windsor play new flag. One be; In 1937,, the Duke of and shrine of the National An- :plays "The Star Spangled Ban-' raised the the White House willsun- \ married Mrs. Wally Warfield k. , . at at Three men were a r r e s t e d Police. The warrants were based McNaugher, pending a hearing in Saturday night from 8:30-11:30. them. Both will be held a few : ner." The fort was chosen for an , Chicago before a Federal Grand Chaperones will be Mr. and Mrs. on a secret ! Simpson after abdicating h i s [official raising because under. rise. hursday by the FBI in connec- by a Federal indictment returned Jury. Grand Jury in. ChiDavid Ullom and Mr. and Mrs. seconds ofafter midnight. I presidential proclamation the flag | The new flag will go up half a ; throne as King Edward the Vm bn with the May 4, 1958, theft of One the two flags to be Rothman is day earlier in the Far East, due; of England. I million dollars in Canadian cago following several weeks of dictment here under federal in- Richard Bauer. on a charge of to the time differential. The 49- i In 1945, first units of American vernment bonds, cash and Jew- testimony into the Brockville taking part in a Cuban gun-run- Campers will arrive at the "Y" star banner was to be raised occupation troops entered Berlin. ry from the Brockville Trust burglary. The FBI declined to ning plot during the recent rev- at 9 a.m. each morning next week over the U.S. Embassy in Tokyo! In 1947, the British government d Savings Co., in Brockville, say how many other persons were olution. He has been free under for the second week of Day Camp. included in the secret indictment. at 4:29 a.m. Saturday—3:29 p.m.: announced plans to partition India on that They return at 5 p.m. daily. Other e.d.t. today—since dawn in Japan j into separate Hindu and Moslem •Those arrested were Samuel The indictment charged Man- $5,000 bond since April linked to "Y" events in the coming week's Mrs. Hannah Mullineaux Mrs. Herman Beatty conies 13 hours ahead of sunrise dominions. annarino, 53, New Kensington, narino and Rothman with aiding charge. Mannarino was schedule include: Mrs. Hannah j In 1950, U.S. troops met North Mrs. Annie Hanna Beatty, widow Dravosburg and Mullineaux, 70, of in Washington. a., reputed bigwig in Pittsburgh and abetting Rabin "in the use the plot, but no charges were Monday •strict rackets; Norman Roth- of a wire or radio communication placed. agents said a truck owned 7:30 p.m.—Chess Players. of Herman Beatty, died unexpect- dergrift, died at formerly of Van-1 At the West front of the Capi- j Koreans in battle for the first FBI an Surfside, Fla., former oper- in a scheme to defraud a Swiss by edly yesterday (July 2, 1959) at (July 2, 1959) in 4 p.m. Thursday j| tol. there will be a mass-produc- :'• time. transthe home of her tion hoisting. Hundreds of the, or of a slot machine distributor- bank by pledging $140,500 worth of portMannarino was used to to an Tuesday 7:30 p.m.—Women of the Grand her home in Indiana. the contraband arms daughter, Mrs. James Lux of Ford new flags are on hand and will! Thought for today: The French in Cuba and William W. Ra- stolen C a n a d i a n government airport near New Kensington for Army of the Republic. A daughter of the late William City, with whom she was visiting be raised and lowered in quick \ philosopher Montaigne said. "No bonds." , of Chicago. private plane. The 8 p.m.—Woman's Benefit Asso- A. and Susan Linsenbigler Hanna, for a month. succession. Congressmen a r e man is free from speaking foolish . e r n a r d C. Brown, FBI agent- Mannarino and Rothman were transfer to a by Stuart Sutor. of ciation. plate, piloted she was born March 14, 1874, in Mrs. Mullineaux wcvs ill for sev- sending them out to constituents things—but the worst is, when a 1-charge here, said Mannarino also charged with aiding Rabin Hialeah, Fla. was later seized at Wednesday |as arrested in New Kensington in concealing $9,000 worth of Morgantown, W. Va. Mannarino's 8 p.m.—Senior Model Plane Club. South Bend. She spent her early eral days, but her death was un-j willing to pay for flags that have: man studies to be a fool." life there, and prior to becoming expected. She was the widow o f i flown over the Capitol. | nd the other two in Miami stolen Canadian bonds after they son-in-law, Victor E. Carlucci, of were transported from Brockville an Indiana resident 29 years ago, Henry Mullineaux, who died in| The new flag at Ft. McHenry Steel Contract New Kensington, also is under inshe lived for some years in the 1948. : will fly near the spot where Old (Continued from Page One) dictment in the gun plot vicinities of Kittanning and Ford She lived in Vandergrift for 30 j Glory's waving "through the rock-; Mannarino has a record dating ets' "red glare" inspired Francis j 000 steelworkers were involved in years and moved to Dravosbjrgi City. back to 1927 when he was conthe wildcat strikes which had cast She was a member of Zion Lu- five years ago to live, with a son,! Scott Key to write the Star Span-| a cloud over industry-wide negoRobert B. Hays Funeral victed of extorting money while gled Banner. < William H. Mullineaux. posing as a federal liquor agent. Funeral services were held yes- theran Church, Indiana; the Indi- Born in Leigh, Lancashire, Eng- Archaeologists recently found i tiations. He was sentenced to 18 months in terday at St. Mary's Episcopal ana Chapter of Royal Neighbors land, on Nov. 20, 1888, she was a the buried stump of the flagstaff Four-man bargaining teams repthe federal penitentiary at At- Church, Red Bank, for Robert B. and also the Sons of Union Vetresenting; the USW and the nadaughter of William and Hel-?n that stood "through the perilous tion's 12 largest steel companies lanta, Ga., on that count. His Hays of 4612 Carroll St., Pitts- erans Auxiliary of Indiana. fort Grundy Mulrooney. She was a night" whenthetheBritish was bom- were scheduled to resume negotiaPittsburgh area arrests include burgh, who died June 30, 1959, at Surviving are a son, E l m e r barded by , in 1814, carrying a concealed weapon, op- Armstrong- County Memorial .Hos- Beatty of Dayton, Ky.; a sister, member of the Women of the and a duplicate of the old pole tions this morning after recessing Moose in Vandergrift. erating an illegal still, maintain- pital. Thursday to await developments Mrs. J. B. Cummins of Indiana; has been built. ing a gambling house, and op- Bearers were Orrie Stewart, How- three grandchildren and six great- Surviving are two sons, Joseph in .the wildcat strikes. of Vandergrift and William H. of By Thursday night, all of the erating a lottery. ard Shuster, Glenn McCanna, Fred grandchildren. Dravosburg; her daughter, wildcat walkouts, with the excepMcElhinney, Carl Thompson and Friends may call from 7-9 p.m. Lux; 10 grandchildren; two Mrs. sistion of the Cleveland strike, had WASHINGTON (UPD — Pen- start on a three-day Fourth of J. A. Kennedy. today and 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Satur- ters, Mrs. Kate Barclay of Pomended. Earlier today a spokesman gon officials investigating a 30- July weekend. Armstrong County Memorial Interment took place in the day at the Robinson-Lytle funeral pano Beach, Fla.. and Mrs. Emily Some Unaware at Republic Steel in Cleveland -illion-dollar fire blamed on an Many, working of Fire home, Indiana, where services will Smith of Leigh, England, and two Admitted: church cemetery. in .unaffected said hundreds of workers were rellectrical spark considered today turning to their jobs, indicating Arrangements were in charge of be conducted at 1:30 p.m. Sunday brothers, Fred and James Mul- ROsella Bowser, Kittanning rh&t even a small bomb might sections of the massive five-sided Lucille Seyler, 2306 Elm Dr., that the walkout was breaking by her pastor, the Rev. Arthur rooney, both of Leigh. Bauer funeral home. to the nation's supposedly fire- concrete building, had been unaware of the fire. Pfohl. Interment will be in Bethel Friends will be received until 10 Ford City up. military nerve-center, The blaze was confined Mrs. Mary E. Perchelli Funeral Lutheran cemetery, near Ford tonight in the Heckman funeral Eleanor L. Kennedy, Pine Hill, Thursday, the plant's two locals tudies on how to prevent an- small section—20,000 square to a feet had defied their own executive Services for Mrs. Mary E. Per- City, with the Rev. Fred H. Dau- home, 274 Franklin Ave., Vander- Kittanning MR 10 er similar fire in the PentaPentagon's total area, a court lon, the world's largest office —of the smoke poured through al- WASHINGTON (UPD - T h e chelli of Cadogan, who died June benspeck of Ford City in charge grift, where a service will be held Cheryl Lee Claypoole, Kittan- board, ordering order and McDonthough an ald in the workers to rening RD 5 at 2 p.m. Saturday. building, were under way. Weather Bureau reported today 28, 1959, at Armstrong County Me- of committal services. I The blaze swept a super-secret area equal to about four city that most cf the nation will en- morial Hospital, were held WednesBurial will be in Vandergrift Bessie A. Weis, Butler Rd., Kit- main out. The series of wildcat strikes tanning MR 10 Pentagon b a s e m e n t hideaway blocks. cemetery. Leroy D. Crawford Structural esti- joy pleasant summer weather day afternoon at Faykosh funeral Olga Panchik, 908 Seventh Ave., eliminated any chance of progress Thursday afternoon. It buckled nated at fromdamage was$5,000,- over the Fourth of July weekend. home. $200,000 to S/Sgt. Leroy D. Crawford, a Thursday in the second day of a Ford City Concrete floors, burst water pipes, Frank (Rastus) Szynianski It said fair to partly cloudy Officiating at the the on was County native, died as the two-week truce set up by PresiInd destroyed tightly guarded 000, depending on who of theguess- weather would prevail, except for Rev. C. Gordon Stone services, City Clarion of a heart attack at 9:30 Frank (Rastus) Szymanski, 58. James Murray, Yatesboro of Ford ing. This was top $30,dent Eisenhower. The union earresult Electronic equipment. some showers and thunderstorms First Baptist Church read the poem a.m. Monday (June 29, 1959) at 511 Fourth Ave., Ford City died Discharged: computers, tapes, lier had set a strike deadline of J Three hundred firemen battled 000,000 loss of in the Air Force's over scattered portions of the "Be StiU. My Soul." at 12:55 a.m. today (July 3, 1959) Sarah Murray, Yatesboro and equipment Lackland Air Force Base Hospital, in Armstrong County Memorial Joseph P. Snyder, 291 Sherman July 1, when the old Contract exIhe fire, and 40 were felled by hush-hush statistical center. Rocky Mountain, Plains and Gulf As burial was made at Lawn San Antonio, Texas. pired, but acceded to a two-week Ave.. Vandergrift Ihe dense acrid smoke given off The five-alarm fire burned out states. A son of Mr. and Mrs. Quincy Hospital. fcy the burning of 7,000 rolls of of control from about 11 a.m. to Temperatures were expected to Haven, casketbearers were Ben M. Crawford, he was born Oct. 23, Born in Ford City on Oct. 2, Wilbur C., Jr. and Patricia Lee extension at the President's betaped Air Force data, some of it 2 p.m. e.d.t. By 4:15 p.m., about be generally near seasonal nor- Cook, Rocco Bono, Frank Helit, 1909, in Redbank Twp. His father 1900, Mr. Szymanski was a son Stitt, 197 Poplar St.. Kittanning hest. extension triggered a rash The tamped "secret." hours after the blaze started, mals with a tendency toward James Zion, Greno Dantella and resides at Fairmount City RD, but of Joseph and Mary Morda Szy- Peter Savona, 150 Diamond St. of unauthorized strikes Tuesday I The breakdown of the water five Pentagon announced the fire warmer readings in the Midwest Victor Frampton. Kittanning He his mother preceded him in death. manski. City.spent his entire life Joanne Claypoole, Worthington night. Many members said the lystem caused Defense Secretary the "extinguished" for all prac- and East. Ford conrtact extension was contrary Crawford, who had served 19 in He was employed in the Ford RD 2 Neil H. McElroy to dismiss the was purposes. Jacob J. Maxeiner Funeral The bureau said showers or years in the U.S. Army, lived at City plant of Pittsburgh Plate Mary A. Rau, Hutchison Ct, Kit- to the union's traditional policy of entire Pentagon working force of tical Overnight Watch Kept thunderstorms may develop on Services for Jacob J. Maxeiner "no contract, no work." borne 29,000 military and civilian As firemen packed up, military Sunday from the mid-Missssippi of 221 Chestnut St., who died June Shilling Air Force Base, Salina, Glass Company. In Washington, Sen. John F. them an early police moved in. They formed a Valley northeastward into New 29, 1959, in Armstrong County Me- Kansas, with his wife, Elsie M. His wife, Josephine preceded tanning J. Huff and baby boy, Kennedy (D-Mass.) called on Shirley Crawford. He was a member of him in death in December of 1952. Dayton cordon around the damaged area England. Others are likely to ac- morial Hospital, were conducted the First Christian Church of SaPresident Eisenhower to reconsidcompany a cooling trend in the yesterday afternoon in Bauer fu- lina, Kansas. Survivors include sons, Frank Diane Pierce and baby girl, Ford er his refusal to name a governand kept an overnight watch. Great Lakes region, it said. neral home by his pastor, the Rev. Surviving with his wife and fath- Jr. of Ford City, Leonard of New City RD 3 Pentagon authorities said the ment fact-finding board to considRobert of Howard Loch. blaze apparently started from an er are several brothers and sisters Kensington,Ford City; Ford City, George G. Gray, Ford City R er issues in the steel dispute. a brother, D 3 Bearers were Fred Bauer, Walelectrical failure, possibly a short- Picnic, Boats Such a study, Kennedy said, would Wadding of New James of ter Bable, William Waugaman, —Mrs. Melvin 1, Albert B. Craw- Edward of Rossford, Ohio; sisters, Shirley J. Roush and baby girl, make a valuable contribution tocircuit. There was no evidence of Bethlehem RD (Continued from Page One) Charles Moesta, Henry Holley and ford and Betty Jean Gates of An- Mrs. Pearl Kijowski of Ford City, Dayton RD 2 ward a settlement. sabotage. Josephine Szafran AH but a small portion of the A busy time was in store for the Charles Montgomery. The steel industry, in refusing napolis, Md.; Garnet Crawford of Mrs. Mrs. Victoria Folcik of Ford Leo Hawkins, Kittanning RD 2 of Ford Pentagon should be back in busi- American Field Service visitors, Interment was in Kittanning ce- Titusville and Mrs. Jack Guthrie City, to accede to union demands, has City and Mrs. Elizabeth Shaffer of ness as usual by Monday when from the time they step off their metery. insisted on a one-year wage freeze Butler County Memorial of Mayport RD. return from the which it says is necessary to avoid The body is expected to arrive Ford City; and four grandchildren. Admitted: NEW ORLEANS (UPD — Gov. employes The 400 employesholiday •buses. A host committee had arH. E. Carrier Fnneral of the Friends will be received Jarl K. Long returns to the "real weekend. branch were relocated ranged, in cooperation with civic, Services were held this morning at the Alcorn funeral home, Haw- kosh funeral home after 7 at Fay- Mrs. Lenore Johnson, Ford City a new inflation. papitol" of Louisiana at Baton statistical at quarters in nearby government and YMCA officials, in St. Mary's R. C. Church for thorne, on Saturday morning, Services will be held at tonight. Discharged: temporarily 9 a.m. Leroy Ace., Kittanning for a round of tours and recreation. where friends may pay respects. Kozlov Talks Rouge today after setting up a Alexandria, Vs. new temporary, headquarters in a The Defense Department told The stop at Kittanning was ar- H. E, Carrier of 924 North Water The Rev. Martin Miller will offi- Monday in St. Francis de Paul (Continued from Page One) Indiana ranged for the students, who will St., who died June 30, 1959, in his ciate in services at 2 p.m. Sunday Church. few Orleans hotel. United Press International, in re- leave within weeks for the return home. Officiating for the funeral in the funeral home. Burial, with Father Francis Lizik, pastor of Discharged: Kozlov delivered his force-withDoctors planned to give him question, further mental and physical tests sponse to a on which that all of to their native lands, as an oppor- rites was the Rev. Walter Bratus. full military honors, will be in St. Francis de Paul Church, will Mrs. Goldie Snyder, Elderton force pronouncement late Thursthe joint officiate. Mrs. Bernice Fleming, Shelocta day afternoon during a question* .during his stay here. He moved the records rely are duplicated tunity to see small-town America Bearers were Harry Serene, Wil- Salem cemetery, Frogtown. and-answer period at a National Burial will be in St. Mary's RD1 in celebration of a typical Ameri- liam Pierce, James Ellenmeyer, to New Orleans Thursday night chiefs of staff Press Club lunch. In his earlief cemetery, Ford City. Jack Hoffman, Raymond Caretti Jfrom a roving capital in a Cov- elsewhere. can holiday. Merrill Leason Shoemaker formal remarks he had asserted Punxsutawney The Community Picnic is expect- and DeVere Campbell. lington, La., motel. Mervin Leason Shoemaker, 79, Russia abhors war and called for Mrs. Dorothy Brown ed to attract several thousand, Long said Thursday that he Admitted: Deanville (Madison Twp., Arm- Mrs. Dorothy Brown, 54, of Ford Delores Shick, Hawthorn "peaceful co-existance" with tha judged by attendance in the past See Royal Fair planned to return to Baton Rouge strong County) died at 3 p.m. yes- City, widow for 30 months of Floyd United States. two years. The sponsors of this *? "8:30 t o m o r r o w (Friday) terday (July 2, 1959) in his home. He said in reply to a question Montlfiore Hospital event had scheduled all sorts of While vacationing, Mr. and Mrs. Death followed a lingering illness. Brown, died at 5:30 p.m. Wednesnight." that he did not—as some officials Pittsburgh Long, 63, who suffered a slight outdoor attractions, plus merchan- Edward Duncan and sons of Re- A retired farmer, Mr. Shoemak- day (July 1, 1959) in a Georgia had hoped—bring any new proposIheart failure" Wednesday night, dise prize awards, throughout the becca Street had the pleasure of er was born Sept. 29, 1879, in hospital. Discharged: al from Soviet Premier Nikita Istill plans, against the advice of afternoon and night. She had arrived in Georgia Mon- Mrs. O. D. Schrecengost, 531 Khrushchev to Eisenhower for setQueen Elizabeth, Ihis doctors, to start his campaign The Waterfront Corporation an- seeing and their motorcade inPrince Madison Twp. He was a son of day and visited briefly with her Locust St., Kittanning Philip Ham- Joseph B. and Marguerite (Fergu- sister, Mrs. Stephen Gowenski, who tlement of the Berlin issue. Ifor an unprecedented fourth term nounced everything in readiness ilton, on ThursLater in the afternoon he mada Shoemaker. las governor Saturday. for the regatta, opening at 1 p.m. day. Ontario (Canada) (Dominion son) was married to Mcrtie Eliza- had been ill a week. Mrs. GowenHARRISBURG (UPD—RepubliThe day before a whirlwind tour of a suburban J The governor plans four stump cans have been turned down on Sunday. The program will continue Day) they viewed the Royal Yacht He ski suffered a cerebral hemorrhage shopping center at nearby Whea(speeches in his Fourth Of July their request for "equal time" to for three hours over the stretch of as it passed through Lock 7 of the beth Sherrieb in May, 1905. She a week ago and died Tuesday. ton, Md. He wished shoppers died in December, 1943. Idebut for the Democratic primary reply to Gov. David L. Law- Allegheny River roughly between Welland Canal. Mrs. Brown suffered a severe "good health" and promised "no Surviving are three daughters- heart attack and died enroute to (election. He also plans to attend rence's televised address before a the bridge and Walnut St. Dorothy and Mary Shoemaker of the hospital where her sister's war, no war." la beauty contest. joint session of the General As- Officials said today that a local Coroner Receives Deanville, and Leone Shoemaker death occured the day before. "Hi-Lander Restaurant" will be I Dr. Paul Pratt, a psychiatrist sembly last Monday. band will be anchored in midof Erie; three sons—Blair of Lock- Mrs. Brown is survived by four inscribed on the new sign soon to (Continued from Page One) Iwho has been with Long constant- The governor outlined the stream throughout the afternoon, lly since he released himself from state's financial problems and serenading on-shore spectators Brodhead cited an observation of port, N. Y., Joseph B., of Madison, children, Mrs. Harry (Esther) be hung over the former Jordan Church Services: la mental hospital near Covington asked for prompt action on the throughout the afternoon. County Commissioner Ross B. Mc- Ohio, and Arthur G. of Deanville; Fortunate of Ford City, William and Claypoole's restaurant, Kit- Wilson Avenue Church of God •last Friday, left Long's room on remainder of his tax program be- Spectators will enter the fenced- nwain, upon announcing he would and 12 grandchildren. tanning MR 10. John L. Woods, pastor A sister, Mrs. Bertha Shindle- of Elmira, N. Y.; Floyd of Ford Ithe third floor at 11:30 Thursday fore the Legislature. in riverfront park at any of three not run for re-election, that sala- decker of New Bethlehem, also City, serving in the U.S. Navy and The restaurant is now under new Sunday School 9:45 a.m., Charles I night. General Manager Don Wear of entrances—at the bridge, in front ries are not commensurate with survives. Two brothers and three Mrs. Henry (Jane) Spencer of management — that of Mrs. Mar- Carl Sr., supt. 1 Pratt said he and other doctors Station WTPA-TV, Harrisburg, of the Moose Lodge home and at the responsibilities of a county ofjorie Toy of Worthington. It is N. sisters preceded Mr. Shoemaker Corning, Mrs. Y. She also leaves open from 6:30 a.m.-lO p.m. daily, Worship 11 a.m.. sermon subject J -will examine Long at midday to- which originated the. first telecast Mulberry St. A broup of Kittan- ficial. a sister, Zell Schrecengost of Iday. Pratt, asked by United Press of a governor speaking before a ning Business and Professional "It is my sincere feeling," Brod- in death. Tarentum and six grandchildren. serving smorgasbord-style on Sun- -"The Greatest Business in the I International if mental examina- joint session, rejected the request Women, and Soroptimists Club head said, "that many of our mun Friends will be received at the Funeral services and burial will days from 11 a.m.-8 p.m. Res- World." tions were also included in plans made by state Sen. M. Harvey members will invite contributions icipal, county and state officials tre Reitz funeral home, New Bethle- be in Corning, N. Y., her home taurant facilities are also avail- Special missionary service 7:30 hem, this evening and tomorrow before moving to Ford City. I to test the governor's heart con- Taylor (R-Dauphin), Senate pres- from spectators. able for catering to banquets, par- p.m. underpaid—that for their respon Choir rehearsal 7:30 p.m. WedIdition, replied: ties and weddings. ident pro tempore. Sponsors plan to apply any pro- sibilities and duties they perform afternoon and evening. of GoheenRev. John Lee, pastor nesday. I "It is hard to have one (exami- Wear said he also spoke for the ceeds from the regatta toward Alfredo Sagrati Funeral day Ination) without the other." operating executives of three oth- further physical improvement to day in and couldout they are given ville Baptist Church, will officiate Requiem high mass was held TEMPLETON MAN POSTS BOND Mid-week service 7:30 p.m. Wedonly what be described as at services at 2 p.m. Sunday in er TV stations which carried the the public launching area. Friday morning for Alfredo Sag- James Crissman, Templeton RD nesday. the funeral home. governor's speech—WNEP, Scan- Mrs. Samuel Kettering, chair- stipends. rati of Kittanning RD in St. 1 posted $300 bond in Squire Karl Burial will be made in Narrows Mary's Roman Catholic 5Church. Watt's office today. Crissman is A man weighing approximately ton, and WTAE and KDKA, both man of the group which will ask 150 pounds can exert one-eighth cemetery, of Pittsburgh. for donations, said she hopes every Rural Valley Mr. Sagrati's death occurred ^'es- harged with desertion and non-sup- horsepower. "We arc not in a political cam- one will be generous. port of his wife and child. (Continued from Page One) day morning (June 30, 1959) L. the paign, no election is in the offing "Everyone involved in this Mrs. Edward J. Yount and our unanimous judgment in- event," Kittanning Waterfront Cor- features including streams forests, Mrs. Agnes M c G a n n Taylor Armstrong County Memorial Hospital. dicates that we thereby are not poration president Louis J. Pechan swamps, highways, paths and all Yount, wife of Edward J. Yount of The Rev. F. X. Foley, pastor of subject to the Federal Communi- said, "including officials, commit- buildings. cation Commission's requirement teemen and participants are serv- The section of maps also deliver Council Bluffs, Iowa, died unex- the church, officiated. pectedly at 5:30 a.m. yesterday Members of Dante Alighieri Soon said. BOSTON (UPD —America may out equal time," Wear state's"With- ing without any remuneration in ed to the planning commission (July 2, 1959). ciety, of which Mr. Sagrati was a qualification, the Chief order that enoukh cagn be made to show in detail the major concentraI celebrate the Fourth of July this Executive has the right to address tions of population including the Aged 68, Mrs. Yount was a life- charter member, paid their resI year without a single fireworks fa- the Legislature on a subject of allow us to continue our work of areas of Worthington, Kittanning, long resident of Kittanning until pects in a body Thursday evening. tality, the National* Fire Protec- prime importance to all the peo- making Kittanning a boating mec- Ford City, Freeport, Leechburg moving to Iowa about 20 years ago. Bearers were Angelo Mantini, B. ca on the Allegheny." | tiOn Association said today. opinion, She was formerly employed at Albert Bertocchi, Marshall Con"As far as fireworks are con- ple. Inbythisschedulingyoua concur- Mrs. Kettering announced solici- and Apollo. trucci, Anthony Piluso, Alfred Carli red joint tors as: Dennis said the maps will be in- George's Bakery in Kittanning. I cerned, we have almost reached session." Mrs. Fred Bauer, Mrs. William valuable to the county and par- Surviving along with her husband and Guido Veronesi. in the family the safe and sane Fourth so long Burial was made Best, Mrs. Kenneth Cook, Mrs. J. ticularly the planning commission are a son, Carl F. Taylor of plot in St. Joseph's cemetery. campaigned for," said Percy BugO. Crum, Mrs. Melvin Crytzer, in studying projected highways, Aliquippa; a daughter. Mrs. FlorI'bee, general manager of the nonI profit fire safety organization. Mrs. Michael A. Dentici, Miss water systems, land subdivisions, ence Quimby of Colorado; two Not top long ago, he said, fire- Cheryl Ann is the name given to Margaret Heilman, Mrs. Louise sanitary sewerage systems, storm grandchildren and two great-grandworks rivaled automobiles as the the infant daughter of Second Lt. Mateer, Miss Marilyn McKee, Mrs. sewerage systems, bridge and cul- daughters. She also leaves two sisNo parking will be permitted during the houri speciholiday's killers and maimers. In and Mrs. David Einsel. born Tues- George Montgomery, Mrs. H. L. vert projects and also for checking ters, Mrs. George Bobby of Kit1939, for example, there were 5,- day afternoon in Armstrong Coun- Shepard, Mrs. John Schotts, Mrs. the physical advisability of rec- tanning and Mrs. Elmer Miller fied on the sides of streets to be swept on the following 573 fireworks casualties. T h e r e ty Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Einsel, Mildred Thomas and Mrs. Mar- reation projects such as parks, of Fombell, and two brothers, Carl MARLBORO, N. H.—A. Roland weekly schedule: were 13 deaths, 177 eye injuries the former Miss Joan Fry, is re- garet Wallar from BPW Club, playgrounds and athletic fields. McGann of Templeton and William Elliott, 64, director of immigraincluding blindness, 41, losses of Mrs. Kenneth Host, Mrs. John However, Dennis said the maps McGann of Michigan City, Ind. tion services of Church World Sunday midnight until 7 a.m. Mondays -- the north fingers and hands, 37 fractures siding at present with her parents, Alexander, Mrs. Gertrude Arner, are not reserved only for govern- Funeral arrangements are in Service, died here Wednesday. sides of streets running east and west and the east side and internal injuries and 5,305 Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fry of 903 Mrs. Leona Blackburn, Mrs. James mental use. He said that private charge of the Woodring funeral Elliott became its immigration cases of burns and lacerations re- Wilson Ave. Lt. Einsel is stationed Colonna, Miss Marianna Colonna, development groups and indus- home, Council Bluffs, where serv- chief in 1949, and played a major of streets running north and south. with the U.S. Army at Ft. Lee. Va. Mrs. Robert Harvey, Mrs. Elsie trial developers may use the maps ices will take place Monday morn quiring hospital treatment. role in the resettlement of 106,000 Mondays midnight until 7 a.m. Tuesdays — the south Hellam, Mrs. Joseph Kunkle, Mrs. in determining the feasibility of ing. Interment will be in Iowa. refugees in the U.S. side of streets running east and west, and west side ot Rudolph Rose. Mrs. Robert Wil- land areas for various types of LONDON—-Viscount Weir, noted Dance to the music of liams, Mrs. Esther Yount and Mrs. developmental and industrial uses. Mrs. Robert J. Crawford Funeral Scottish industrialist, died at 82 streets running north and south. Earl Zimmerman from Armstrong Funeral services for Mrs. Rob- Thursday at his home in RenAndy Yaracs and his orchestra KILL INTENT CHARGED County Soroptimist Club. ert J. Crawford, Craigsville, were frewshire, Scotland. He served as Johnston and Oak avenues and all streets south of Houseboat race entries were Paul Cyphert, 67, of Dayton, has held yesterday afternoon in Worth' secretary of state for air and Reynolds avenue and east of North Grant avenue, will president of the air council duridentified by Regatta officials to- been committed to Armstrong ington Lutheran Church. be cleaned on both sides between 4 and 7 a.m. each day as the craft of Jack Hill, Dr. County jail on charges of assault Mrs. Crawford died Monday in ing World War I. Later he was an adviser to the British government L. F. Sayres, Grier Graff and As- with intent to kill, sheriff's rec- her home. Thursday. Parkins forbidden on those streets at thai at the ords show. Dayton Justice-of-the- Rev. James B. Slingluff, church on financial and industrial probsociated Fabricators. time. lems. In event of rain the regatta will peace A. B. Sloniger made the com paster officiated. Casketbearers were Paul, Abra- LAUKMBUiRG, N. C. - Bishop Market street will be swept on both sides, early each be postponed to July 11, sponsors mltment. ham, Robert and William Swigart, William Walter Peele, 77, who said. Monday, Thursday and Saturday mornings. The Hanseatic league was a Richard Oschl and Edward Barg served in 1942-43 as president of R.D. 1, Bradys Bend, Pa. Route 68 the Council of Bishops of the The United States Coast Guard loose but effective organization of erstock. W. M. BOWKS, Police Chief academy. New London, Conn., was north German towns, functioning Burial was made in the church Methodist Church, died WednesJOHNNY LYND, vocalist day »t bit bom* tare. prjaclaally (or tnda purpoiei. cemetery.
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iv. Long Moves To Capitol, Plans ilection Crusade
Lawrence Speaks To Assembly, GOP Requests TV Time
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in Of Fireworks Produce Safe And Sane Fourth
Notable Deaths From Everywhere
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Friday and Saturday New Rocket Hotel
founded in 1876.