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PAGE TEN THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. SATURDAY, JUNE 23, 1962. Courier Want Ads The Bargain Center For All Building Needs CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS Employment Merchandise Hlp Wanted, Malt 3J Household Goods 5» Real Estate for Rent Houses for Sal* CLASSIFIED INFORMATION Automotive Auto Truck, for Salt 12 INSTRUCTION TO ADVERTISERS- Truck. CHEVROLET 1950 -! i-Ton Panel Price 1135. Dtal MA 8- !'i advertising should b« o u - Cs and soPPed before expira- o "will be chared for °nlv the he!ri ,o, a f C e Ad« rmi'-t b e :1 t h e ° , . » , . . in 00 A M 1.1 Older to make th»t da%'s e.'iuon AH ads are restricted to their proper stvle of tvpe and claisl- iication. The publ:sner i curves the right to rciect or edit anv classified 1960--Good tion. can be used as a dump. Dial WA 5-2187. SCHOOL BUS. FORD--32 passenger. A - l condition, inspected. Can be teen at 20 Rumbaugh Ave.. Ml. Pleasant. Mobile Homes 17A APACHE CAMPING TRAILERS -Inquire at Smith Esso Servicen- ter 101 Noith Diamond St.. Mt. Pleasant. KI 7-2868. One T.me Fnur Times Six Times 13 Line; W Lm« Lin* AMERICAN--Marlette. Vmdale and olheis. Up to 6 years financing at 5 per cent As low as 20 per cent down West Mobile Homes, Route 51. Uniomown. Pa. BROKERS WANTED--Must be ex-! REFRIGERATOR -- General E!ec-l pericnced in hauling steel West bound. Move out of Pi't'-burah area. Good percentage of returns. Call DR 2-2770. Monroe. Penna. trie: Beds: Baby Furniture, other items. Inquire 203 W. Green St. Help Wanted, Male-Female 34 WANTED--Married couple to take care of well eouipped country home and ground 1 -. Good salaiv with modf-rn cottage and all u t i l i ties furnished Wife to help with cooking weekend 1 - only. Phone Rockwood. Pa.. 2295 for appointment for interview. Dr. E. Bruce Clark. Seven Springs. Champion. Pa. Situations Wanted, Mala 37 RELIABLE MAN--Wants carpenter work. building and carpenter, mason work. Also does Celotex. ceilings, phone Milton Stark Scottdaie. PAINTING--Interior and exterior. Also roofs and cutters painted 7 veais experience. Neat work. Dial MA 8-9832. ·Prices shown a i e cash discount Dial:ConneIlsville MA 8-2000 Mount Pleasant K I 7-2813 Scottdaie TU 7-9440 EXPERIENCED MAN--Desires carpenter work, roofing, painting and general repair. Mason, guaranteed work. Dial MA 8-7124. Financial Births DAUGHTER--Suranna to FT2 and All-. Donald E Lvi.n. Donsola Illinois J u n e 21. 19G2, 3 00 A M . 7 Ib. l l ' j o/. Mother was f o r m e i 1\ Ima Joan Powlrss. Donsola. Illinois G r a n d r j a i e n t s . Mr and Mrs. Powlcss Donxola Illvnot» and -Mr' and Mrs James W. L \ n n . | A U T O SEAT COVERS--Perfect fit R D 1 Vande-rbilt. I for all cars. Drive In. Installed . f r e e King's Cover Co.. 37 East Fayette S t . U n i o n t o w n . GE 7-7751. MELODY TRAILER SALES -- Sells for less We will not knowingly be undersold. We are dealeis for 1 World'i IniKcit builders ot mobile home.-." 20 d i f f e r e n t name brands See us today and save approximately $1,000 to S1.500. Melody Tiailer Sales. Route 119 Souih of Connelisville. Dial MA 8-7*40. TRUCK DRIVERS--With 1957 or later model cab over tractor, to haul freight for established carrier. Contact terminal at New Stanton. Pa. Dial WA S-3505. Business Opportunities 38 ONLY THE BEST--Skyline. Sabre. 1 Hillcresi, Lai,easier and thp "Uni approachable .Nomad" for travel. Rich Mobile Homes. Route 21 at I Khedive ( C a r m i c h a e l s ) . Pa. 'Auto Accessories, Tires, Parts 13 SWIMMING POOI--Dealers wanted. Complete line Contact Fox Pools Inc. 1895 Whiteford Road. York. Pa Jewelry, Watches Diamonds 60 WATCH AND JEWELRY REPAIRS --finest and guaranteer in town. If no one can fix it bring it to Fraud 105 W. Crawford Ave., dial MA 3-2170. BRING IX YOUR--Watches and Jewelry now. Fiee estimates guaranteed. Fast service. Maier Jewelry. 104 S. PmsburE St. Seeds, Plants and Flowers 63 PLANTS AND FLOWERS--Lawn ornaments. Calla lilies. Large selection of outdoor relngous figures. Grouse's Gift Shop, P.oute 119. Pennsville. CHRYSANTHEMUMS -- Garden varieties, all colors, in 2« inch pots 1304 Oak St.. dial MA 3-3054. Special at the Stores EVERYTHING -- In baseball and softball equipment for vour team. Special prices on cloves, shoes, masks, mitts. Louisville Sluseer bats, badminton sets, golf balls and tennis racauet.s. Kestner's Book Store. 125 W. Apple St . MA 8-1410 CIIINN'S FURNITURE EXCHANGE --Beds: Springs: New Mattresses; Trunks: Wardrobes: Bookcases: Cabinet Sinks,: Guitars. Banjos: Medicine Cabmets. Baby. Bath Scale-,, clc. We deliver. Wanted to Buy Money to Loan 40 Announcements Florists FUNERAL FLOWERS--$8 up. We telegraph everywhere. SH stamps ai Connelisville store. MA 8-7600, Scottdaie TU 7-8600. DeMuth's. Personals DENTAL PLATES--Repaired while you wait. New plates. Extractions. Open daily 9 'til 9. Dr Arnold. 64 S Beeson B l v d . Uniontown. across street from AP Store. GE 8-1400 CLOSED TRUCK BODY--12 ft.: 14 ft. closed truck body; 42-B Continental engine, all in good condition. Good r a d i a t o i . 5-.speed tiansmisMon: 2- speed axle and housing: Budd Wheels. All for 146WX Brockway Truck. Connelisville Trucking Co.. 125 W. Peach St.. MA 8-9470. SPECIAL--14-inch good used tires with tread. A-l. $300 and up: 15 j inch A-l with t i e a d . S2.00 and UP. 600:16 and 650 16 w i t h tiead. $300 and un. Open 9 to 9. Friday and Saturday The L Tl Tire Mart. Connelisville St . Dunbar. MORTGAGE LOANS Home i i n a n c i n g or r e f i n a n c i n g to meet outstanding bills. Combine all debts. One Low Month- Iv Payment When Others Sav No. We Sav Yes. LOUIS GOLDSTEIN. REALTOR 526 Mam St. Mount Pleasant KI 7-3353 after 5 P M. KI 7-8134 Automotive Automobiles for Sal* JUNE IS BUSTING OUT ALL OVER . . . SO WHY DOX'T YOU BUST OUT TO CONNELLSVILLE MOTOR SALES USED CAR LOT. POPLAR GROVE AND TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THESE J U N I SPECIALS . . . Any reasonable amount will be considered. 1956 Plymouth. 1956 Pontiac. 1955 Ford. 1954 Pontiac Station Wagon. 1954 Pontiac. 1954 Ford 1954 Oldsmobile. 1953 Plymouth. CONNELLSVILLE MOTOR SALES 201 E Crawford Ave. MA 8-2720 Used Car Lot MA 8-7300 Motorcycles and Bicycles IS Instruction Local Instruction Classes 43 MOTOR BIKE. 1961 -- "Quickly Normal." 1 cycle, low mileage. A-l condition. For information. Dial KI 7-3761. SUBURBANIZE YOUR LIVING -H i l d e b r a n d Driving School. Dial MA 8-7928. MOTOR SCOOTER -- 1958 Cushman. Excellent condition. Dial TU 77793. MOTORCYCLE -- "Indian." real nice. 601 E. Washington Ave. Wanted--Automotive 17 TRADE 1954 FORD--2-Door for later model Ford in good condition from private owner nnd pay difference. Dial MA 8-8920. Business Servict Business Services Offered II SINGER SALES AND SERVICE-We repair all sewing machines and vacuum cleaners. Call Mr. Woods. MA 8-12R7 or Uniontown GE 8-3080. Vince HoHLstcr Appliance Parts A complete line of standard parts for all appliance*. Evenings 7-10. all day Sunday. 137 East Crawford Ave.. MA 8-4520 WCVI B l d g , across from Elks Need a Part? We Have HI IPS!) Cadillac 4-Door Sedan. I960 Chevrolet Wagon, 9-passenj;er 1938 Ford Wagon. 9-pass»ngcr. 1!)37 Oldsmobile 4-Door Sedan. 1957 Chrysler 4-Door Hardtop. 1953 Cadillac 4-Door Sedan. 1956 Packard 4-Door Sedan. 1957 Cadillac 4-Door Sedan. 1956 Cadillac Coupe. Hardtop. 1956 Oldsmobile 2-Door Sedan. GOOD WORK CARS 1956 Dodge 4-Door Sedan. 1956 Pontiac 4-Donr Sedan. 1955 Plymouth 4-Door Sedan. 1955 Oldsmobile 2-Door Hardtop. ROBERTS OLDSMOBILE-CADILLAC i E *CAVATING-Yard K r a d m g . f i l l KITCHENS -- Bronzeglow. Birch "For tomorrow's kitchen todav.' Complete remodeling. Yough' Furnace Co.. Dial MA 8-2220. Private Instruction 45 ZEIGLER SCHOOL OF DRIVING-For information Dial MA 8-5779. Live Stock Dogs, Cats, Other Pet* PUPPIES--German Shepherd, excellent blood lines. A.K.C. Registered. Must be seen to be appreciated. Very reasonable. D i a l 423-4200. CHAMELEON'S--39c; Goldfish. 25c: Turtles 59c: Mice, 60c. Hamsters. 98c: Parrakeets. $1.95. etc. Pet supplies. Pctland. 15)6 West Crawford Ave , Dial MA 8-4774. POMERANIANS-- Tov Manchester and Wire Hair Terrier? All -pup- pics registered. Miller-Wood K"n- R. D. 2. Mt. Pleasant. Pa. PUPPIES -- French noodle. MA 8-1983 after 7 P.M. dial WE ACCEPT--Healthy mature dogs weighing over 25 pounds and also h e a l t h y mature cats. Dial TU 7-8480 for further information. PUPPIES -- Beagle Excellent Dlood line. Dial MA 8-8221. REMODELING -- Kitchens, bath- looms and game rooms. Paul T. Kmkus. Contractor. D i a l MA i 8-438S. Horses, Cattle, Other Stock 48 401 W. Crawford Ave.. MA 3-3500 dirt. reddoE. stone. Trucks loaded. Ray Roy. Dial MA 8-7GM. HEREFORD BULLS -- P u r e bred, from good stock. Mullen'* Country Club Road, dial MA 8-8978. RIDING MARE--One Sorrel, reasonably priced. Dial LA 9-8015. lop; 1955 Plymouth stick. 1856 Plymouth V-8. as is: 1955 V-S tuck, as is; 1950 Jeep Wagon: 15io Buicic 4-Door. Make a bid No reasonable o f f e r refused. RU.T, Used Ca.-i. 2:14 Snvder Street. MA J-ijSH. DEPENDABLE USED CARS -- A variety to choose frorr. McMm«n Motor Co. " Y o u r Dodie-Dar: Dealer, 315 West Crawford A»«.. Dial MA 8-1555. OK USED CARS--See our f.r.e «*- lection of OK Used Cart and Trucks. Shaffer Chevrolet. Mn-ir', Pleasant, Pa. Open evening! ' t i l 1 Dial KI 7-2304. All can recor.d.- tinnrd and guaranteed. FORD. 1958--Station Wagon. 4-Door. 9-Passengcr. V-B. with automatic. Radio, heater. Real nice Marion MARIETTA'S RADIATOR SHOP -Repairing, rodding and recorlng Dul MA 8-7450. Rear 127 South Eighth Street. BCII.DING OR REMODELING -foundation to roof. We do com- Merchandise For Sale--Miicellaneoui o;»:» Job Ixnv rates FnanX Thomai . Sons. Dial MA 8-6191.' SHOWCASE--1-6 ft. Rlass: Utcnco ManElc, model R 30. l-(iO callni extra heavy RalvanUecl t a n k . Dia MA 8-5063 a f t e r 5 P.M. Heat'mf and Plumbinf BOULTH PtTMPS-- McDonnell fc Kls- fi c---·-·! (ts'kets traps Auror* It Klicn PUTTIDJ. Everything for SXi.ri William Carlln. Jeannette. RIDING LAWN MOWER--24-inch "Lawnmastcr." In Kood condl lion. Monroe electric calctilatois Dial TU 7-8622. PINS AND LOCKETS -- Painted bv Mrs. Kate Michael. Owners willing to sell contact Mrs. Villetta Eshelman. .ll.'iO Washington Blvd.. Cleveland Heights 18. Ohio. WANTED TO BUY ·-- Bov's 20-incn bicycle. Dial LA 9-3721. Rooms and Board Hotels BELVEDERE HOTEL -- Sleeoing room, daily S3.00 and $5.00 sir.de. Weekly S8 00 up. monthly i25.00 un. Free paiklnc. Dial MA 8-1100 Real Estate for Rent Apartments and Flats 74 MURPHY A V E . 402 EAST--Apartment. 3 unfurnished rooms and bath, first floor. Redecorated. Inauire upstairs. PITTSBURG ST.. 505 SOUTH -- 3 room unfurnished apartment. Private bath and entrance. Dial MA 8-8110 or MA 8-6565. PITTSBURG ST.. 314 NORTH--Five r o o m apartment. See Albert Enanv. Conncllpville Motor Sales. Din! 'MA 8-2720 day; MA 8-2561 evenings. SCOTTDALE--On Route 119, 3 room private apartment Refrigerator and itove furnished. $45, month. Dial TU 7-5570. KINGVIEW--5 room apartment and bath. All modern conveniences. Yard, heat included. Dial TU 7-5393. SMUTZ BLDG.--715 West Crawford. Apartment. Heat, watir and gas furnished. Dial MA 8-6656. APARTMENT -- Three rooms, pri- vale bath and "ntr.ince. Heat end water furnished. Dial MA 8-1291. SCOTTDALE--First floor aParlmcnt. 3 rooms and bath, heat and water furnished Dial MA 8-6235 or TU 7-9358 PITTSBURG ST.. 1324 SOUTH -3 room furnished apartment, private bath and entrance, first floor, garage. A d u l t s only. MA B-3182. DAWSON--3 room apartment, furnished or unfurnished. Dial LA fl-3171. APARTMENT -- Unfurnished, third floor. 4 rooms and bath. Private entrance-. Adults. S. Pittsburg St. References. 416 APARTMENT -- 2 furnished rooms ' nnd bath. Completely private. A d u l t s only. Dial MA 8-5974. APARTMENT--4 room-!, bath, scm! private entrance. Utilities furnished except electric. $55 m o n t h . Near .schools and stores. MA 8-4340 after 6 P. M. COUNTRY SECT1ON-6 room unfurnished a p a r t m e n t . Heat «nc water furnished. $50 month. Dial Houses for Rent 77 M«viflf, Trucking, Sterafe IS MILLER TRANSFER -- Local and long di«tance haullne, 15.1 East Crawford Ave.. Dial MA 8-2330. Motors, Route 119. E. ConnellsvlUe. · MONGELL'S MOVING AND STORAGE--(Formerly DuIVs Transfrrl. Local and long distance hauling. Re»r 609 N. Pittsburg St. MA 8-7900 Studcbakcr. Lark and Hawk Deal- r i . Dial MA 8-7180. : BEFORE YOU BUY--Mnkc » u i e ou ! stop and 'look over our fine nelcc- tmn of good used cars at Galley- Irwm Motors. HillcrcM. MA 8-4700., CO NNT.LLSVILLE PRINTING CO.- COMET. 1%2-Demonxtrstor. 4-Door I Advertising and commercial. Qual- Printing automatic. Save $400. Ranker Mo- lor Sales. 25ft E. Crawford A v e . , Dial MA B-8500. ' itv and service. Printing Craftsmen since 1917 with modern facilities, 110 South Arch St.. Dial MA 8-2130. CHFVP.OLET 1957 BelAli. V-8. automatic. Black and w h i t e . Real sharp. Marion Motors. Ktudebakcr. Lark. Hawk Dealer. R o u t e 119. East Conneilsville., Dial MA 8-7180. -Din- !!a-.-J'op ' HELM'S PRINTING -- Letterheads. ulr RiarU 'and envelopes, business cards: commercial work--circularj, posters, layouts and photo copy service: rubber .stamps Prompt service. 401 N. Pittsburg St., MA 8-5004. CHEVROLET, 1955--Be! Air 6 cylinder. 4-door radio heater. Best o f f e r ! Dial KI 7-8718. Refrigerator Service 58B EUICK 1955--Super 2-Door Hardtop A-I condition. Radio, hcatci Him! signals, good tires. Price $250. D i a l ' MA 8-7950 i OLDSMOBILE 1957--Super "88". 4-1 Door Sedan. Nice condition, cheap. 1 Dial MA 8-8372. CHEVROLET 1953--4-door P o w f r , .stcrrmc w i t h floor s h i f t $100 Dial TU 7-6516 a f t e r 5 P M. except Saturday. ; REFRIGERATOR REPAIRS -- 13 vrars experience For reliable work call Gilbert Crosby MA ·-IR66. Employment Help Wanted, Female 3? WAITRESS Chri«'s R e s t a u r a n t , i'in P i l l s b u i K h b l i f f t . Scuttdale. Pa. GAS FURNACE--Used forced 100.000 B.T.U.. $95. Used gravitv gas furnace. 75.000 BT.U. $50: New conversion burner for UP to 8 rooms. $50: Used gas nnd oil con- vcision burners, all sizes $20 each. Vouch Furnace Co.. Route 119. Pennsville. I GIBSON A V E , 504'i EAST--5 room fllr | houso and bath. Dial MA 8-4185. "Swaps" S1A FOR SALE OR TRADE -- Farmnll BN Tractoi. very good condition, for pick-up truck. Dial MA 8-4070. PENNSVILLE -- Furnished house- t r a i l e r , loom and bnth attached t T t l H t t r f paid $12 week. Adults D i n l MA fi-9189. Houses for Rent or Sale 77A MT. PLEASANT -- 6 jooms house large l o t . rrcication room, gas heat KI 7-2000. ARPH ST.. 511 SOUTH--Frame 7 rooms and bath. 3 bedrooms. Gas warm air furnace. Convenient to down town. Verv reasonable. DICKERSON RUN -- Frame 6 rooms and 2 baths. Coal hot water furnace, finished third floor. 2-stall garage. Over two acres. An unusual buy. LIBERTY. MAPLE ST.. -- One story frame. 4 rooms and bath. new gas warm air furnace. Good size lot. Verv reasonable. Immediate possession. GREEN ST. 409 EAST -- Brick 6 rooms. 1'i baths, large closets, new gas hot water furnace. Storm windows and screens. Priced right. Ideal neighborhood. EVERSOX. 620 BROWX ST..-Two .storv frame. 7 rooms and 2 bath", coal hot water furnace. Verv clean. Ideal for average family. Anxious to sell. GREEN ST. 1005-1007 WEST-West Side, Frame, with 4 spartmenis. 3 rooms and bath each. Two coal warm air furnaces. Brick garage, large lot. Reasonable. FAYETTE REALTY CO. VanDvke W. Humbert. Realtor 2nd National Bank Building Connelisville. Pa. -- 4 bedroom home Dial MA 8-6331. Boats and Accessories 52 JOHNSON OUTBOARD MOTORS-Sales and service. Lone Star boats. Motor boat licenses. Edrnbo Sporting Goods, dial MArkct 8-3535. Building--Building Piaterials CONCRETE BLOCKS--Rock, plain panel and sand faced. Concrete chimnev blocks. Stone Company, Dial MA 8-2200 or MA 8-9790. CONCRETE BLOCKS--Septic tanks, stepping stones, etc Kcvstone Block Works. Route 119. Scottdaie. Dial TU 7-5570 Business and Office Equipment 54 RELIABLF, GIRL OR WOMAN -For lisht hmispwork and care for FORD 1954--Good and dependable. I children MUST like childrtn .Jtift been checked top to bof««iii.| Willing to move with f a m i l y (o Repairs made. TIBS Ann King 49 4th A v r . Scottdaie. Pa LARK 1960--Station Wagon. « cylinder, straight .*hift. $1 095. H AM -Motors. Route 119. Everson. Pa WOMAN' Dial TU 7-7620 i to Washington. D. (' M i n i m u m salary $100 m o n t h l y with room and boorrt. References rromred. write Post Office Box 5. Grrrnsburc Pa. TYPEWRITER REPAIRING--Let m clean and oil vour U p r w r l t e r or nd- ding machine. Complete repair service. Ralph P. Riedman. MA 8-8782 C«al, Coke, Wood for Sale SI ANSF.LL COAL -- Buv now. Pitts- b u i g h f c i c c n coal and r u n of mine cool. Dumped or shoveled Dial TU 7-JI91. LOOKING FOR GOOD COAL''- Stonr Company handles » grades of coal. Disl MA 8-2220 o- M.\ 8-9790. Household Goods FORD 1958--2-Door Sedan, Custom 300. automatic Real nice. Ranker Motor Sales. 259 E. Crawford Ave. MA 8-8500. -I Pensioned or u o i k i n c . I hare my home, a widow lartv. Dial GE 8-4964 STOVE -N'oisr. Fiic.daue if (neeialor. Dial MA R-21.V1. Resort Property--For Rent 7* OCEAN CITY. N. J. -- First floor anaitment. sleeps 8, c.xcellen condition. Open J u l y 1 to 14 Also August. Call V a n d e r g i l f t 312-A Wanted to Rent SOUTH SIDE--Four or five raon house. Dial MA 8-6114. Real Estate for Salt Farm Land for Sale FARM PROPERTY -- Eicht room h i i c k hovisr ciiv conveniences frame barn and other out build 1ngv Sa acres, nioie or less, in Eas H u n t i n g d o n Twp., adjacent to Hunt msdon Park plan of lots. Ideal fo irsiclentlal development 1 \V'ril« -P O Box 476. Mt. Pleasant, o Dial KI 7-!fi:!0. Houses for Sal* FRANKLIN AVENUE P rii P.Mh! Help Wanted, Male Auto Truck* for Sal* 11 CHEVROLET 195ft--'i Ton Pick-nn Truck. "" ton hcrt. 4 n?\v tires Good running condition. J.VW. Dial MA 8-8949 HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATE - To I learn r oute work Guaranteed I *62JO weekly and car allowance' w h i l e t r a i n i n g Dial 423-3570 GAS RANGES--l^ert s.rle o v r n . WASHER-DRYER- Television Sets. Take over payment As low a« $5 down. $5 monthly. Firesione Stores. 122 W. Apple Si . MA 8-7400 -I WANTED Diif to -- each Yough r a\itv.iatir wa-'ipr Furnace 'omra:i\ Koine Just n e w l v painted, no Increase in pr:ce t ' j storv f r a m e Cape Cod home Hat two bedrooms. livmR room, b a t h , birch kitchen on first floor. Two complete rooms on second floor. A u t o m a t i c pas warm air heat; intccral earage. full basemen!, h a r d w o o d floors: completely insulated. Verv nice location. Priced rtsht to sell. St* It to appreciate. DIAL MA 8-3165 FORD, 1956 -- F-lftft. 8-foot pifk-up bed 1961 Fordf (Jew) Ranehero. W«ts») Ford S«le«. Brotdway, 8co1td»I«. Di»I TU 7-8810. t w o men for rerail routs i Ht Prnnsyille MA ft-2220 work PaM d»v« off vacation a - r t ' - --- · - hotpital Xo rhonf C*I1 Aoplv i GAS RANGF. -Caloiio 4-ii-r'i a'so 7 Nickl** R a k f r v r t i e k o r ' C a n d cubic f t Sfvel G a s R r f n e f - a t o - Sfauffer SM . Seottdnle. p» . be- 1 pATh m good condition. Dial KI ' 7-2284. !n \\VSON - AUREL HIGHLANDS -- Beautiful 5 room cottaRe. complete furnished 1 3 4 acres, mountain stream. A -steal at $7.500! Low down payment. Immediate possession. Louis Goldstein. Realtor. KI 7-3353 or XI 7-8134. CONDITION OF SALE Pen per cent of the om chase price. or a sufficient amount to pay all the costs if the ten per cent is not enough for that purpose, must be paid to the Sheriff at the time the property is struck off. and the balance of the purchase money before twelve o'clock r.oon of th«: fourth dav thereafter. Otherwise the property may be resold without further notice at the risk and expense of the person to whom it is struck off at this sale, who an case of a deficiency in the price- bid at anv resale, will be required to make good the same. Should the bidder fail to comply with conditions of sale, the money deposited bv him at the time the property is struck off shall be forfeited and applied to the costs and judgments. All payments must be made in cash or bv certified check. The schedule of distribution will be filed the third Tuesdav after Gate of rale. If no petition has been filed to get aside the sale within 10 davs. the Sheriff will execute and acknowledge before the Pro-, thonotary a deed to the proueitvjof Pennsylvania. Bold, i LD STONE HOUSE--Bv St. Aloyious Church. Dunbar, Pa. 5 rooms. Reasonable. Inquire Mr. Anton Bolk. Sr. Box 121 Yukon. Pa. :IDGE BLVD.. 1212--2 years old. 3 bedroom brick home, oil heat, ca- race and basement. One acre lot. Owner leaving town. MA 8-8215. OUTH CONNELLSVILLE -- Near Anchor Hocking, lot and 2-car block garace. overhead doors. Ideal for housetrailer site. TU 7-9B68 after 6 P.M. Real Estate for Sale Lots for Sal* 15 Before YOU build ... See the restricted building acreage at LONDONDERRY The only building sites near town that have restrictions to protect the investment you make when you build a home. Has city water, elejtricity, private phone service. % mila from Pleasant Valley Country Club: 2 miles from new Bull- skin Township Consolidated. School. One acre sites, from $800 00. Financing can b« arranged. Inquire J. Wylie Driscoll, R.D. 2. Box 217 Connellsville. Pa. Dial MA 8-9794. CHOICE LOTS -- Ideal location. Paul G. Wagoner, Real Estat; and Insurance. 1009 West Crawford Ave.. Dial MA 8-1870. Wanted--Real Estate 89 WANTED.TO BUY--3 or 4 bedroom house on South Side for $6,000 or less. Dial MA 8-351S. Auctions - Legal* Auction Sales AUCTION SALE -- Every Monday night. Breakneck Rod Gun Club. Groceries and other merchandise S. R. Roman, auctioneer. Legal Notices fl The SHERIFF'S SALE following described property will be exDosed by Jacob H. Ech- nrd. Sheriff of Fayette County. Pa. on THURSDAY', JUkY 5. 1962 AT 10 O'CLOCK, A M.. D.S.T. · t tlie Court House In Uniontown bv virtue of the below stated writs issued out of the Court of Common pleas of Fayette County. Penna. COLDREN COLDREN. ATTYS. NO. 52 MARCH TERM. 1962 E.D. CHARLES DUNLAP. Plaintiff, vs JACK J. DUNLAP nnd BEATRICE E. DUNLAP, his wife, Defendants jot in village of East Liberty. Dunbar Township. Favette Co.. Pa. fronting 66 feet on Water Strecl and extending northerly of co.ua width 150 feet along old road leading to river, and defendants' Interest in 15 foot strip along northcrh boundary of said lot. For complete description sec deed in Deed Book 880. page 281. Upon which b erected a 2-story. 5 room frame dwell Ing and garage. Auctions - Legols Legal Noticts SPURGEON SPURGEON. Attorneys NO. 7 JUNE TERM. 1962. E.D. JOHN W. GALBREATH. Plaintiff, vs. SAM A. GALLINELLA and CATHERINE L. GALLINELLA. Defendants. All that certain lot or piece of land situate in the TOWNSHIP of NORTH UNION. Favette Countv. PENNSYLVANIA, being LOT NO. 82 in Phillips. Pennsylvania. Plan of Lots Jud out bv John W. Galbreath, doing 'business as John W, Galbreath Co.. in the Recorder's Office of Favette Coun'v. Pennsylvania, in Plan Book 8. page 251. having erected thereon a f r a m e dwelling of the type known as a "company house." Deed Book 755. cage 63. Preparations Completed For Opening Playgrounds In Borough, Township Judge Matthews Cited by Masons For Long Tenure Continued from Page One in attendance. All were presented 'borough arid township, "sponsored with a memento, a gold key ring ' MOUNT PLEASANT - Preparations for opening Mount Pleas- jant Township playgrounds for the summer season were made by the staff here this morning. A six-week summer recreation program opens Monday in the and chain, with the traditional Masonic emblem on one side and the words "Honoring 111. Ross S. Matthews, King Solomon's Lodge No. 346" on the reverse side. Among the guests in attendance were: Mr. and Mrs. Morris J. Lent, Boonville, Mo., (she is a niece of Judge Matthews, who traveled 785 miles to be with her uncle); Donald A. Shirer, Wilkinsburg (nephew of Judge Matthews), Miss Helen Matthews, (daughter)., Miss by the Mount Pleasant J o i n t School System and will close Friday, Aug. 3. Sam Freed is director of ihe borough program which will be operated only at Frick Park and Jack B o b b s Memorial Playground. Six instructors and four alternates have been named to supervise the two locations. Charles W. Muchoney is township recreational director. Ha went over last-minute information and gave instructions to the 13 supervisors and one alternate. Josephine Richey, Mrs. George D. j Equipment^ for each playground Massay, and George Chapman," 'district deputy grand high priest. was distributed. Helping to operate the township Grand Holy Royal Arch Chapter!program will be Thomas Beck, i basketball; Clarence Gorinski, JACOB H. ECHARD.J Members of the quartet were: jbaseball, and Kenneth Shaffer. Lewis Wandel. C. Herbert Ellis, j who has charge of crafts. The Marion S. Sheraw and Thomas G.'staff attended a recreation clinic SHERIFF. NOTICE TO BIDDERS sealed proposals will be received bv the Council of Perryopolis Borough. Fayette Co.. Penna.. at PerryopoHs until 7:30 P.M. (ED.S.T.). July'2. 1962. for the following improvements. 2666 S. Y. 4" DP-!, at the Washington Mill Housing Project Scar- fired and rolled. Cost of this bid must be submitted separately. Approximately 9387 S.Y.C.P-2 Bituminous surface on various streets. De Lafayette Street 600 Lin. Ft.xl6 10067 So. Yds. at 347 Lbs. -- 3A Agg. per Sa. Yd. 1067 Sa. Yds. at 60 Lbs. H 2 Agg. per Sa. Yd. 1067 Sa. Yds. at 30 Lbs. 3f IB Agg. per So. Yd. 1067 Sa, Yds. at 3J25 Gal. Asphalt per Sa. Yd. 185 Tons * 3A Agg. 32 Tons i 2 Agg. Ifi Tons * IB Agg. 3500 Gal. B-M Asphalt The Council of the Borough of Perryonolis reserves the right to reject anv or all bids. McLellan Jr. and Raymond Griffith as accompanist. Members of the various committees were Paul C. Sandusky, chairman; Earl G. Schmidle, June 14 and 15 in the Greensburg Salem High School. It was conducted by the Westmoreland County Recreation Commission under the direction of Earl Ewing, Lyman K. Miller, Harry Living-,county recreational director, ston, C. J. Franklin Ellis. Harry! The Mount Pleasant Township Mitchell, Harry Baker, John H.I playgrounds will be open from I WILLIAM Secretary, une 20. 23. 27. E. CASEY. N O T I C E Bids -will be received by the Polish, American Club of Everson, Pa. for new electrical service and rewiring of club. Specifications may be obtained from Eugene Zimmerman 123 Fifth Aye. Scottdale. Pa. Phone TU 7-9865. All bids must be Jn the hands of the secretary bv J u l y 20. 1962. The Polish American Club reserves the right to rcicct anv or all bids. EUGENE ZIMMERMAN. Recording Secretary. Scottdaie. Pa. une 23. 3-t Sat. DONALD M. HIGBEE. Attorney Estate of GEORGE E R N E S T GEORGE, also known as GEORGE E. GEORGE, late of ConncUsville Township. Favette County. Pa.. Deceased. letters of administration in the above estate having been granted to the undersigned, notice is hereby given to all persons indebted to the said decedent to make payment to the undersigned without delav. ?nd Cersons having claims or demands against said estate are rr.nuestrd to make known the same. HAZEL GEOHGE, Administratrix. Rockridge Road. ronncllsvillc. Pa. June 23. 3-t Sat. BRAEMER and MAIZE. Attorneys .NOTICE Estate of JOHN B, TRUXEL. late of Bullskin Township, Fayette County. Pa.. Deceased. Letters Testamentary In the above estate having been granted to the undersigned, notice is hereby given to all persons indebted to the said decedent to make payment to the undersigned without delay, and all persons having claims or demands against said estate are requested to make known the same. PAUL E. TRUXEL. Executor, c/o BRAEMER and MAIZE. 406 Troutman Building. ConncUsville, Pennsylvania. S-1une-3t-sat Sloan. Vernon M. Stambaugh, Richard B. Cole, Howard M. James. Lewis E. Bishop, Earnest K. Kooser, Alvin Reeves, Martin Gerke, Edward L. Smith and Walter Smith. Judge Ross Stanley Matthews was initiated into King Solomon's Lodge No. 346, June 11, 1906, and served as worshipful master in 1915. He served as most excel- ent high priest of Connelisville Royal Arch Chapter No. 283 in 1918 and was eminent commander of Uniontown Commandery No. 49 n 1933. He served as thrice potent mas- :er of Uniontown Lodge of Perfection in 1923 and was crowned an honorary member of the Supreme Council Thirty-Third Degree of the Ancient Accepted Scottish Rite of Free Masonery of the Northern Masonic Jurisdiction of the United States of America in Cincinnati, Ohio, on Sept. 25, 1940. Judge Matthews served as dis- rict deputy grand high p r i e s t of the Nineteenth District 1939 to 1944 and during his term as district deputy grand master of the Thirty-First District, 1947-1949. the Uniontown School of Insh-uction was established. He was constituted a life member of King Solomon's Lodge in 1921 and received his 50-year certificate from the chapter on May 26,1%2. Judge Matthews has served as trustee for King Solomon's Lodge Connelisville Royal Arch Chapter, Uniontown Commandery and Uniontown Lodge of Perfection and is also a p a s t president of the Oonellsville Masonic Association He has served as treasurer of King Solomon's Lodge for a number of years. ALFRED E. JONES. JR. Attorney NO. t JUNE TERM. 1963 E.D. DANIEL CARPELLUCCI. PLAIN TIFF. vs. ST. JAMES PARK. INC. A Corporation, DEFENDANT. ALX. those certain farms or tracts of land known as St. James Park Inc.. and formerly belonging to Sarah B. Cochran, situate Jn Lowe Tyrone Township. Fayette County Pennsylvania, together bounded and described as follows, to-wit: (1) Adjoining lands nor or former IV of W. J. Ralney. Inc , J. M Ltickcv, George McGlnnis. Dan iel Stilcklcy. Rov and Leon Golden. T. J Carson, Gratf-Bcn nctt and Co Hughs Oliphant th Baltimore and Ohio Hailroad Company right of way. and the YouRhloghenv River, containing 648.0296 Acres. (2) Adjoining landi now or formerly of Andrew O'Donncll «nd Ellen O'Donncll. W. H. Cochran and the Younghiogheny River. containing 5,87 Acres. (3) The right, title and interest n! the Defendant in ituch rights of wav for gas lines, etc. in. through or over said lands, and all water rights and privileges under the agreement between George B. McGlnnis and Sarah B. Cochran. dated October 24. 1911, and recorded in the office of the Register of Deeds in Agreement Book Volume 26. Page 192. Anil the I'.A'.-I!- of vvay. convc:.·»·.-.«', grants and leases, and excepting the reservations t h a t are »pe- cificallv set f^flh or referred to In 13 different paragraphs in the deed hereinafter mentioned. BF.ING the same premises which were convrved to St. James Park. Inc.. bv deed of E, F. O'Leary, PI ux. et al. dated November t. 19S7, and recorded in Ihe Recorder's Office of Favette Countv. Pennsylvania, in Deed Book Vol- to 4 p m. but not all will be operated under trained personnel every day of the six weeks. Only Mammoth. Norvelt and Rum- )augh playgrounds will be open Monday through Friday. Muchoney said the others will )e open the same hours on specified days according to this schedule: Calumet and Kosciuszko, Monday through Wednesday: Waughman, Standard Shaft and United, Wednesday through Friday; Acme Community Center, Monday and Tuesday; Hecla, Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. Miss Kelley Heads Pennsylvania Unit Of U. S. Postmasters Miss Thelma B. Kelley, Brier Hill postmaster for the past 27 years, was named president of the Pennsylvania Branch of the National League of Postmasters at the 59th annual state convention at Gettysburg. A native of Brier Hill, she attended school at Brier Hill and Connelisville. Other Fayette County postmasters present wore Pete La pent a of Uledi. Playford Reed of West Leijtnring, Michael Liptak of Grindstone, Gertrude Brown of Leckrone. Agnes Duffy of Cardale, Oliver C. Brown of Waltersburg, Glen Gleason of Keisterville and Clarence E. Nicholson of Perryopolis. Class Initiation Planned by Juniors Junior Order of United American Mechanics will hold a class initiation at 7:30 p.m. today al the J. 0. U. A. M. Hall at McKeesport. Borough Kiwonions Strawberry Fete Held on Region Farm MOUNT PLEASANT -- Kiwan- ans held their strawberry festival Thursday evening at Meadow Brook Farm. Spero S a m e r, and Shannon Kreinbrook, were cochairmen. Kiwanians from Scottdaie arid Greensburg attended and the Little League team, sponsored by the club, were guests and were supervised by Dan Dandrea and Milton V. Munk Jr., team managers. Serving nn the general committee under Samer and Kreinbrook were Eugene G. Galley, president: J. R. Wood,, Luther J. Grimm, H. Curtis Snvder, Paul Bokesh and Walter R. Searer. Next week the club will attend the Division 8 Fun Fest at Baldoc Country Club. Kiwanians unabl« to attend will meet at 6:30 p.m. as usual in National Hotel. The initiation will honor R. A. Perryopolis. Sokol Assemblies To Stage Picnic In Perry July 1 The Catholic Sokol Assembly No. 146 of Browsville, in conjunction with other assemblies of Group 6, will sponsor the annual slet and picnic Sunday afternoon, .July 1. at the Sokol grounds in Gust, state vice councilor. State and national officers will attend. Degrees will be staged by Grecns- Taylor Chairman Of Democrats In E. Huntingdon East Huntingdon T o w n s h i p Democratic Committee met in Ruffsdale and elected Ray Taylor new chairman. Serving with him ,..,... . - ' e P rectPd 719 upon the above! will be Catherine Reynolds, vice described premises the follow- j chairman: Rita Shirer, secreta \ n) tnim-one isn room stone a n d i r y ; and Sarah Baker, treasurer. «mcco dwelling, formerly a man- ,\ corn and \veiner roast will be "«"; co"n,n' d c,ub:%,^ held in AuRi«t. The next commit- dS) room frame club house: fix tee meeting will be July 26 at (Si room loe cabin u«ed as a J\reU- v., - rial* Park ins- five M room fiarr.e how«* ! " tn L '*" e '""·· used a. a dwelling: mn* 9 roo-n and jtucco apartment over There will be a gymnastic and calisthenics exhibition, and an evening fireworks display. burg Council No. 169 degree tcam.j Paul Ballon is president and All western district councils .Miss Elizabeth Kasicky secretary will participate. [of the Brownsville assembly. QUICKIES By Ken Reynolds . TP««n 8 »nd t P.M. and three (3 «tab!e« ! « n ' ( 2 of which »r* used Leave Hospital. j Mrs. Mary Natale of Herrr.init»j srxi Mrs. Krma Ksima of BfHe Vernon, R. O. 2, haxe been discharged from Jeannrtt« Hospital. "The only (rouble with (hat hose you got in Th* Daily Couritf Want Ads-is right there:"