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November 25, 1961

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14--Indiana Evening SaieHe, Saturday, Nov. 25, 1961. Pgh. Hotel Engineer's Strike Ends PITTSBURGH (AP)--A two-day strike of operating engineers against two downtown Pittsburgh hotels ended Friday night with new three-year labor agreements. A spokesman for Local 95. Operating Engineers Union, said the settlements with the Pittsburgh- Hilton and Pick-Roosevelt were similar to the agreements reached Thursday with the Webster Hall and Pittsburgher. The union struck all four hotels early Thanksgiving Day. According to the terms of the, Hall contract, nourly wages will be increased 14 cents the first year and 13 cents the second and third years. Service was not halted at the hotels during the walkout as other employes continued working. Sup- jobs of operating heating, generating, air conditioning and refrigeration equipment. Countians Attend Jumata College Monday In Greensburg-- Gess/er Toastmaster For Governor's Meet To Visit Eagles Here Paul Hoffmann, Tiffin, O h i o , Vwly elected grand worthy president of the Fraternal Order of Eagles, will make an official visit to the local Eagles lodge Wednesday, | November 29. according to Bruce Wheeler, worthy president. The visit will be one of nine made in the state. Hoffmann, who has just retired. Donna M. Edmiston, 1110 Chest- has bcen in the construction busi- nut St., Indiana; George E. Baker, i RPSS since mi For the past 20 Clymer R D. 1; Richard W. Cole, i vears he has been assoc iated with 201 High St., Blairsville. and F. Basic Incorpora ted in Tiffin, as Rebecca Fyock, Penn Run, are j supenn t en de"nt of all new construc- among the "94 full-time students tion and maintenance of buildings, enrolled at Juniata C o i 1 e g e ini property and plants. Huntingdon, Pa., this term. | . . Seventeen states and six foreign, i-v 11 * countries are represented in theiLy0QQ||r)0 annual geographical distribution of I enrollment at this coeducational; college of liberal arts. United States Senator Joseph S Clark and Secretary of Internal Affairs Genevieve Blatt will be the principal luncheon speakers at the first of four Regional Conferences on Community Development called by Governor David L. Lawrence. Ralph L. Gessler, President of the State Association of Boroughs, another co-sponsoring organization, will serve as toastmaster at the luncheon to be conducted Monday In Greensburg. A. Allen Sulcowe, Secretary of Labor and Industry, will also take part in the first meeting in Greensburg at the Mountain View Hotel. Governor David L. Lawrence will preside. United States Senator Hugh Scott was invited to attend, but his of- Convicfs Wife Asks Early Release fice has notified the Governor thatiment is responsible for State the Senator cannot take part be- and local cooperation, commented: cause of commitments in Europe. The Greensburg sessions will be opened by Mr. Streuby L. Drumm. President of the West Penn Power Company, who is a Director of the Pennsylvania Economy League, one of the co-sponsors of the conference. In addition to the Greensfeurg meeting conferences are scheduled for Reading on Nov. 30, Meadville on Dec. 5, and Wilkes- Barre on Dec. 7. The States county, municipal, industrial, labor, and civic leaders have been invited to attend by Governor David L. Lawrence in order to be informed about and discuss various State and Federal programs in the field of community development. Secretary Blatt, whose Depart- "The problems of Pennsylvania will be solved primarily at the local level and we must see that every step possible is taken to muster our talents and energy to see that they are, indeed, solved. These conferences are a step in that direction. They afford an excellent opportunity for us to meet local leaders on their h o m e grounds and become better acquainted through face-to-face discussions." Officials in the following counties have been invited to attend the Greensburg meeting: Allegheny, Armstrong, Beaver, B e d- ford, Blair, Butler, Cambria, Clearfield, Fayette. Greene, Lawrence, Somerset and Westmoreland. The meetings are open to the public. Restaurant Supports UF Saul Waxier, Section "A" can tile Chairman, and Mercantile Group 3 Chairman, Austin Anderson, made a joint congratulatory statement today regarding one of their solicitations. "Capitol Restaurant employes have, given 100 per cent fair share to the Indiana County United Fund and we are certainly proud of them. We are sure 'that the Capitol Restaurant employes are equally proud of the job they have done for their community." Mr. Waxier continued, "Although the campaign at the'Capitol'-got under way a little late, it was none less rewarding. In congratulating this employe group, I should like to remind all Indiana Countians that if we all would do a 100 per cent job, the goal v.ould be no problem. Before this is over, I am sure everyone will." Archers Present School Program HOMER CITY -- Students and faculty of Laura Lamar Joint Junior-Senior High School viewed a demonstration of archery skill at PITTSBURGH (AP)--The wife]an assembly conducted this week, of a man convicted of trying to' bribe college basketball players (Read Gazette Classified Ads) CAST OUT ALL DOUBT . . . 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The deadline is Dec. 1, the Chairman declared, which means that producers may sign up in either program at any time through Dec. 1. Farmers who take part in the programs will be eligible to re- :eive special payments for diverting a part of their acreage from the proeuction of-wheat or barley, or both, and devoting that acreage to an approved conservation use, and they will also qualify for price on their 1962 crop. The 1962 wheat support Is at a minimum national average of 2 a busel. While the 1962 barley price support has 'not yet been announced, it will be at a level nol less than for 1961. The national average support price for 1961- crop barley was 93 cents per bush el. Further details concerning these programs may be obtained by contacting your county Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service office. Since there will be extension in the Dec. 1, dealine, interested farmers must sign up before that date. s in California. They ask for him." Dr. Edward H. Sebastian, 35, las been serving an 8 to 23-month erm in the workhouse since July, [he former University of Pitts- jurgh instructor was convicted of rying to bribe two Pitt cagers, John Frkdlejr and Dick Falenski, o shave points during the 195960 season. In another case before the pardons board, the one-time co-manager of former heavyweight box- ng champ Ezzard Charles has asked for pardons on his 1938 and 1939 gambling convictions. Tom Tannas, now a variety store owner in nearby Arnold, was fined $25 on one conviction and ordered to pay prosecution costs on the other. Decisions on both cases will be landed down later. Pledged To Frat McINTYRE--Joseph R. Rellick, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rellick, Mclntyre, has entered Case Institute of Technology this fal and has pledged Sigma Nu national social fraternity. With a 192-page concise concordance and list of proper names-and-more than 75,000 center column reference*. 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U.95 _ Block gtnuin* Itathw (5808X)_ 9.95 _ Rtd gtntrint morocco (58o8XR) NAM! smer CITY.. _ZONE_ _STATE_ My remittance It ·nclottd. Archers Mr. and Mrs. Duke Gordon of California demonstrated their ability with the various types of bows and arrows in addition to presenting a brief history of the weapon. Mr. Gordon emphasized the growing importance of archery as a form of recreation. He pointed out that the state of Pennsylvania issues more hunting licences to archers than any other state. The program was sponsored by Mrs. Alberta Winger of the high school faculty. Elect Roy Forsha Realtors' Head Roy J. Forsha of Blairsville was elected President of the Indiana County Board of Realtors this week at a dinner meeting held at Rustic Lodge. Mr. Forsha will head the organization for the coming year and will be assisted by the following: Vice president, R. M. (Pete) Stewart of Armagh; secretary treasurer, G. W. Cunningham of Indiana; director, Thomas M Chisnell of Blairsville, and State Director, Sam Lyons of Indiana. James Hoover Ends Training Army Pvt. James E. Hoover, son Dennis Douds Earns Award j Dennis C. Douds, son of Mr. of" MrT and* Jlrs.1ee E. Hoover, and Mrs. Donald A. Douds of 299 ^ Wa(er ^ Indianaf h^ com! Elm Street, Indiana, received a pleted eight weeks of typing and (certificate at the first Athletic clerical procedures training at'Awards Assembly at Slippery The Armor Training Center, Fort Knox, Ky. Hoover entered the Army last June and received basic combat training at the fort. The 18-year-old soldier is a 1961 graduate of Indiana High School. Rock State College. Dennis plays guard on the football team at the coUege-and is a junior in the health and physical education curriculum. He graduated from Indiana Joint High School in 1959. Parked Car Struck Here An estimated $500 damages were incurred at 12:40 a.m. this morning in the 1300 block of Water St. when a parked car was struck by a vehicle operated by Raymond Campbell, 18, Indiana R.D. 2, Borough Police report. According to police report the Campbell car, traveling west on Water St. apparently went out of control and crossed the road, hitting the Curb on the south side of the street. The car then bounced back to the north side and hit a parked car owned by Joseph Sturiale, 1328 Water Street, Indiana. After hitting the parked car, police report the Campbell vehicle crossed over to the south side of the street, jumped the curb and came to rest against a tree. An estimated $300 damages were incurred to the Sturiale car. The Campbell vehicle suffered $2001 damages. Hear BETTER Again-Be YOURSELF SONOTONE FOR T H E B E S T I N H E A R I N G A I D S 616 PHILADELPHIA STREET Office Hours Phone Indiana HOpkins «2«S Hon. thro FrL 9--12 Noon G. J. Hetrlch, Mgr. 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