The Record-Argus from Greenville, Pennsylvania on April 13, 1973 · Page 2
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Friday, April 13, 1973
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PAGE TWO THE RECORD-ARGUS GREENVILLE, PA., FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 1073 Final Elementary Concert Held at East Side School Presentation of a dozen red roses to Miss Gloria Carlson, elementary music supervisor, concluded the third and final Elementary spring music festival held last night at East Side School under her direction. The floral (ribute was made by David Davis, head teacher, Karen Pears, Julie Ochs and Brenda Reichard. Suzie Bird and Paula Burt played tarn bourine for "Polly Wolly Doodle' Other numbers were and Scott sented all Irwin, who the children repre- m the concert from through five. Following the theme as the programs held "Coin* Down the River" and "Michael, Row the Boat Ashore". Mrs. Alice Rcidy's fourth graders combined their efforts in sea shantcys, including grades one ",\ wa y for Rio", "The Sailor f c a t u r n g J'm same overall other t w o at Hempficld i Fireman' Smiley; "the Cook" featuring Autumn Fischer, and a group of dancers in "The Old Lord and West Side Schools, "Songs, by (he Northern Sea". From Early American History", there were several additions to the program. Following the welcome Revolutionary War revealed the talents s o n « s of firii graders taught by Mrs. Maxine byjLundfired. Davis, fourth and fifth grade violinists, under the direction of Michael Pistolesi, opened the festival with several selections. Taking part were Sonya Saul, Scott Morneweck, Eric Bair, Rhonda Carlson and Monika Zenner, fourth grade, and Lisa Moyer, Karen Zenner, Tammy Clark, Joni Brown and Ken Beck, fifth grade. Negro Spirituals presented by first graders taught by Miss Rhonda Thompson and William Everall included "All Night, All Day", "I Got Shoes", "Get on Board" and "Mister Rabbit". The Angel Band was composed of Lori Thompson, Doug Nelson, Paul Hause, jangles; Calvin Barger, Shetley Chason, Holly Hamilton, Kelly Stoyer, and Leah Ochs, jingles; Kathleen Davis and Andy Bancroft, triangles. ' Second Grade pupils of Miss Evelyn Kaufman featured cowboy songs. Sam Spaulding and Donald McClelland played woodblocks in "Lone Star Trail" and Dominic White, Betsy Guth and Chris Miklosovic played sand- blocks in "Goodbye, O 1 d Paint". Soloists in "l-loosen Jonny" were Tonya Moore, Sherri Sankey, Joanna Gcrdy, Becky Browning and Tammy McEI- hinny. Dean Sherbondy was crawdad man and Ridh Adams and Ronnie Mowery were fishermen in "The Crawdad Hole". A group of dancers was featured in "Bow, Belinda". Ri'ohard Guerrine played the maracas in "The Sandy Boy", one of five riverboat shanteys .presented by their graders taught by Miss Kathy Pilgram and Everall. Soloists in "Ranzo Ray" were i ii "Soldier, Soldier", featured John Phelp as the soldier, T-iri Ross as the maiden, and Joni Brown, wife, along with soloists Pam Saal, Patti Myers, Francine Hood, Michael Yauger, Slophcn Browning and Tony Miller. Other numbers were "Johnny Has . Gone for a Soldier", "Riflemen of Bennington with Larry Stainbrook on maraca- Moycr, drum, and featuring a group of THE RECORD-ARGUS 10 Penn Ave., Greenville, Pa. —16125. Daily except Sunday. Single Copy 15c, Weekly 75c, Mercer and adjoining Counties by mail per year S2K.OO, six months $14.00, three months $7.50, one month $3.00 Rates for other areas furnished upon application. Second Class Postage Paid at Greenville, Pa. Green Valley Dairy Store 6 South High St. 588-8200 "SPECIAL" ZESTA CRACKERS Reg. 48c Lb. Box Open Daily 7:30 urn lo 11 pm TV & Stereo SERVICE By Trained and Experienced Technicians COLOR and B&W Keep Your Set Doing Ir's Best... Call C OOPER, & OMPETENT R EIBER, Inc. EUABLi; Hadley Rd. 588-7900 and Lisa "Chester 1 dancers. Five numbers by the Has Side Chorus, directed by J Glenn Williams, supervisor o elementar y education concluded the program. Th'; were "The Spanish Cavalier" "Solomon Lcvi", "The Ash Grove", "Bed in Summer" an*. "Ati, Lovely Meadows". Chorus personnel i n c1 u doc Rebecca Atkinson, Robin Bish Joni Brown, Sherry Burt Dcnisc Collins, Carol Fagtey Jill Fryman, Joanne Godinich Natalie Jordan, Alesia Perry Michele Rhoades, Jeri Ross, Pamela Saal, Susan Suddoch arid Susan Wallace, sopranos. Also, Tammy Clark, Harry Frantz, David Hodge, Kathy LfMidfried, J.ohn Mowery, Kevin Snyd'cr and Karen Zenner, second sopranos, and Michaol Bernstein, Lonnie Brit/Ion, Scott Sankey, Kevin Vang' and Michael Yauger, altos. Assisting Miss Carlson with the festival were Mrs. Susan Carlson, elementary art teadher who designed the program cover, Mrs. Betty Burns and Glenn Fellnagle, programs. Williams served as program coordinator. Davis', Ghris Bellied, Howard M c C 1 i In a ns, Michael Pistolesi, M e 1 vin Cozad, John Semroc and Robert Melsgar also assisted. Hempfield Fire Fighters Meet Hempficld Twp. fire in c n , meeting last night, heard a report that: the drill team spon- department will its first parade sored by the participate in Saturday. The banner made for the team was displayed. Assistant Fire Chief James Hinmun gave the chief's report and nofed that the department had purchased a Keystone valve. Jl also was reported that three men attended stale fire s c h o o 1 last in o n t h a t Lcwislown. Members wishing to sign up for Ihe Mercer County fire school may do so in the truck room. Chairmen for festival were Butlerfield Jr. Ihe June 2G-;i() named. Karl and J a in e s Brown will he in charge of the firemen's parade; Mrs. C. E. Filer Jr., pet parade; Robert Brice, commercial tent, and Peter Sowash, special projects. President Robert Kirkner and Lynn McCarrier are general chairmen of Ihe festival. Membership Chairman Earl Butlerfield Jr. reported that the drive is lo he concluded this inonlh and asks residents of ilempt'icld and Sugar Grove to return their in e in b e r s h i p tickets. All interested township residents are invilccl lo Ihe next meeting to be held at 7:.'10 p.m. May lit fiiehall, Kirkner ing. at Ihe Sixth Ave. conducted Ihe meel- Lincoln has the home... Lincoln has the loan! we can arrange complete financing of your Lincoln Home. Monthly payments just like rent! ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^•wlfll^^^lEill^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^L^j * ~^^^^^L ^^^^^H GOLDEN CERTIFICATES AWARDED — Ten members of A merican Legion Post 140 were for 50 or more years of continuous service. In the first row (left to right) are W. LeRoy Bu Kerschner and LeRoy Aubel. In the second row are Lewis Free, senior vice commander; Will cr; Al Zimmer, commander; Harold Whieldon and John Ferguson. Award recipients missing 1 Hoey, Robert M. Gilkey, Luther J. Kuder, and Robert G. Love. (Record-Argus photo) Death Roll LeRoy J. Alford LeRoy J. Alford, 56, of 509 Liberty St., Jamestown, was dead on arrival at Greenville Hospital at 9:15 a.m. today, April 13, 1973. A complete obituary and arrangements will be announced tomorrow by the Andrew Harper Osborne Jr. Funeral Home. Mrs. Joseph Cervone Mrs. Mary Cervone, 61, of JOO Hunt Rd., W.E., Jamestown, N.Y., died Thursday, April 12, 1973, at Roswell Memorial Hospital, B u f f a lo, N.Y. A daughter of Michael and Olivia Buratti Michelini, she was born in Greenville, on July 1, 1911. Survivors, in addition to her lusband, are two sons, Joseph and Nicholas, and three daughters, Mary, Joan and Margaret; four sisters, Mrs. Floyd (Fannie) Pcrrotti and Mrs. Joseph (Olive) Perrotti, both of Greenville, Mrs. Joseph (Edith) Scott of Sharpsville and Mrs. Leonard (Yolanda) Rock of Hubbard, 0., and two brothers, Mono Michelini of Hubbard, O. and Peter ?/Iichelini of Conneaut, 0., and 14 grandchildren. Funeral mass will be conducted at 11 a.m. Saturday, April 14, at Sacred Heart Church, Lakewood, N.Y. Funerals SPENGLER — Albert G., 60, of Williamsfield, 0. Services will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday, March 14, at the James W. Baird Funeral Home, Jamestown, with Rev. Kenneth Rock'ii official !n<>. Interment will follow in Park Lawn Cemetery, Jamestown. Friends will be received al the funeral home from 2 to -1 and 7 lo 9 p.m. toduy. Noonday Stocks Stock Prices Provided by Buitler-Wick & Co. al ll::iO a.m. Open Last A. T. & T. 52% , r )2% BcUilehem Steel 'iW-. 'W K C. B. 1. MI.', (if)'/.', Chrysler 34% :M 7 * Cooper 1 ml. 31 Itl'/.j Emerson Fl.v. KK'., .W, General Motors 74 l /s 'M'/i Gulf Oil 251/H 25^ New Process Co. — 11% P. P. G. I nd. :MTs 35 Pittsburgh l-'org. 1414 M'/j nnuiffti- suitn nil .'UK ;u'/, Cashway Awards $500 to Alert Area Resident Alertness and a sense o public duty recently earned a Greene Twp. man $500 in reward money for helping to nab thieves at Cashway Lumber Co. on Ihe Jamestown Rd. Manager William Q u i n t e r yesterday presented the reward check to Floyd Ross. Quinter said the reward is a standard policy at Cashway for anyone who gives information leading to the arrest of thieves. Cashway is, like most other lumber companies, a frequent victim of thefts, Quinter said. The theft Ross was witness to occurred the night of April j. Ross was driving home from lis work at Sharon Steel Co. when he noticed the thieves loading lumber onto a truck. Ross followed the men for about a rnile down the road and then went lo Quinter's home and informed him of the heist. State Police arrested the thieves later the same day, it was reported. Quinter estimaled the value of the stolen lumber at around $70. 11 was recovered. County Seat MARRIAGE LICENSE APPLICATIONS Gerald L o r o y A n s oil, Greenville RD 1,-and Marsha Ann Thompson, 101 College Ave., Fredonia. Gerald Norman Rhoades and Karen Sue Bice, both of Grove City RD 4. Robert Martin Iliff, Haclloy RD 1, and Bonnie .lean Kline, Lancaster, 0. David Eugene. Dick an d LaVonne Pearl Pounds, both .if Warren, O. Donald David Troflz, (587 Spruce St., and Marcia Alice Mihalcik, 150 Concord Rd., both of Sharon. Edward Norman King and Deena Sue BauniRardner, both of llarrisville RD 2. Lawrence .1 a c k K on and Veronia Anthony, both of Cleveland, O. Daniel Ernest A b b oil, Coclmmlon RD 2, and Marian Gladys llovis, Atlantic. Gary James Davidson and Barbara .lean Davidson, both of ConiM>quenessing. Hunt Charges Bribe Try by Alcoa Chief PITTSBURGH (AP)— Al- lr\fiU<\t\ir f \\iml vi f \\mrnicyu\npr Eagles Plan Officer Nomination, Election Nomination of officers for the coming year will be held Tuesday for Shenango Aerie 805 o: the Fraternal Order of Eagles. Elections, will be held from noon to 7 p.m., May 1. The "Jimmy D u r a n t e Children's Fund" project will be held tomorrow, conducted jointly with the women's auxiliary. Chicken in the basket will be served from 5 to 10 p.m. with all proceeds going to the fund. This is one of the national projects of the Eagles for the help of crippled chidren. Routine business involved the remainder of the Eagles' meeting last night. * County Schools Receive ESEA Title 1 Funds Mercer Co. school districts have been allocated $683,142 from the U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare (HEW) under special Title I, Elementary and'S econdary Education (ESEA) funds for fiscal year 1973, Cong. Joseph P. Vigorito announced today. The grants were made to enable school districts to provide educational assistance for handicapped, d e 1 i n q u e nt, neglected and clep e n d e n t children. HEW reported that 4,634 children in Mercer Co. were e :»ible for educational assistance funds under Title I. Of that total, 1,866 children come from low income families; 2,333 children arc dependent children; 338 children, ages five to seventeen are juvenile delinquents in institutions, and 97 children arc in foster homes. The maximum amount authorized under the special Title I programs for Mercer Co. was $2.1 million. The amount was "ratably reduced" by the Bureau of Elementary and Secondary Education to the $683,142 figure, Virotito reported. Gilligan Asks Aid for Lake Erie Flood Areas TOLEDO, Ohio (AP)— President Nixon has been asked to declare eight Ohio counties as federal disaster areas. Officials estimated damage caused by Lake Erie flooding earlier this week at $27.5 million. Gov. John Gilligan surveyed he f 1 o o d-stricken area Thursday before making the request for federal aid. The counties included Lucas, Ottawa, Sandusky, Erie, Lorain, Cuyahoga, Lake and Ashtabula. awarded Golden Certificates •ns, Stanley McGrath, Jonas 10 Members Get Legion Certificates Ten members of American Legion Post 140 received Golden Certificates for 50 or more years of membership during last night's regular meeting of the post. LeRoy Aubel, Burns, John K. W. LeRoy Ferguson, J. Stanley McGrath, Jonas Kerschner, Harold D. Whieldon, G. Charles Hoey, Robert M. Gilkey, Luther J. Kuder, Harold D. Whieldon, and Robert G. Love were awarded the certificates. Aubel, Burns, Ferguson, McGrath, Kerschner, K u der and Love are charter members wiith 55 years of continuous membership. The entire group represented a total of 538 years of continuous service. Love will be given his certificate on April 19 when the post visits Butler Veterans Administration Hospital where he is a patient. Lewis Free, members hip chairman, was presented a membership patch for 100 per cent members hip by Commander Albert Zimmer. Service Officer Earl Butterfield reported on replies he has received from Sen. Hugh Scott and Congressman Joseph P. Vigorito concerning the recent drop in pensions due to the increase in social security. Applications for membership by William Boyce, Charles Alexander, Garland Campbell and E. Don Marshall were read and accepted. Neil Hall, Bert Baird and Henry Morgan were reported to be home from the hospital while Louis Poolos and Vic Zarecky were reported in the hospital. Break-in Reported at Oakes and McClelland Oakes and McClelland was burglarized at 11:35 p.m. last night. The alarm went off after a thief or thieves broke a window in the rear door and opened the lock after an attempt to pry the rear door. A .very small amount of cash s was taken. Hempfield Police arrived on the scene four minutes after the alarm. McClelland and Greenville police assisted in the search but found no one. The alarm went off at 12:55 again about five minutes after the police left. The thief or thieves had apparently hidden n the building and then left. Sharon Sled RV& U. S. Steel :UI% Westinghouse Flee. 35 Dow Jones Averages Minus 6.47 William R. Hunt board chairman says a of Ihe former Alumi- Policeman, 2 Robbers Die PHILADELPHIA (AP) - A policeman was shot lo death early today when IK niiiti Co. of America offered to finance a gubernatorial campaign for him if he would drop his opposition to the county's controversial $228 million mass transit project. I Unit charged Thursday that the offer was made in early rupted a tavern holdup by lwo| 106!) by Freclerifk J. Close, then IIHMI. Both men were killed by lu'uil of Alcoa and a member of police a short lime later in. Hie board ol' the Allegheny a gun bailie. i County Port Authority Transit. \Uncoln(j)Bam0s NO DOWN fAYMiiN'l. 2S-Yvur l-'innncliiij Available Ol'kN UAJJuY y 1O 9 jusi Wubi ol Ki i<» & m. u. «n iu. Wi Sfc, Ohio "UN UlL. SlUll'" OW--MBV PROMPT, COURTEOUS PRESCRIPTION SERVICE Your good health i* our moat important concern. YOUR (top PHARMACISV YOUg REXALL DRUQ STORE Cornor Pharmacy III Main Sr. lac. Phone 588-5250 THE PENNSYLVANIA CITIZENS ADVISORY COUNCIL invites all interested citizens in Northwestern Pennsylvania to attend an evening meeting Sun., April 15, 1973 Ramada Inn 8:00 A.M. 6101 Wattsburg Erie, Pa. 16509 Rd. to be held specifically for citizen participation and/or the regular monthly meeting to be held Mon., April 16, 1973 9:00 A.M. Ramada Inn 6101 Wattsburg Rd. Erie, Pa. 16509 FOR FURTHER INFO CONTACT: Thomas G. McCloskey 717-787-4527 Pymafuning Seeks Bids On Rt. 18 Traffic Light Pymatuning Twp. Supervisors last night announced that the Pennsylvania Department ol Transportation (PennDOT) had approved their application for the installation of a traffic light at the intersection of Rt. 18 and Edgewood Dr. The supervisors will advertise for bids on the light. Bids will be opened at the township building at 7:30 p.m., April 30. In related news, PennDOT has approved an application for warning devices at all three schools in the township, Reynolds High School, Reynolds Ek-mentary and Transfer Elementary. Bids on these items will also be opened April 30. The supervisors also hope to install overhead lights at intersections along Rt. 18 in the township. However, they announced that Penn Power Company has not as yet drawn up plans for them and added that PennDOT will not permit their installation on the right-of-way. Charles Goodemote, r o a d- master, announced that Crestview Dr. will be closed at the E r i e-Lackawanna Railroad Victory Crossing from April 16 to 25 for repairs and that work on Town Line Rd. and Covered Bridge Rd. will take about two months. Damascus Tubes announced that they would try to alleviate the problem at Arlington Dr. and Seventh St. in the township caused by unloading trucks blocking the road. Thw township received $577.32 as its fedral share for February. Supervisor Verne Barlett announced that the supervisprs would like a'general cleanup in the township. The township purchased an electronic calculator from Hicks Stationery of Sharon. Police Chief Charles Thompson and Patrolman John Miller will attend the District Attorney's Drug Seminar in Chicago the week of April 23. They have recently attended one in Pittsburgh. Pymatuning Twp. police report for March showed three motor vehicle accidents result- ng in no injuries, seven motor vehicle citations issued, four criminal complaints, three arrests, including one for shop lifting, one for passing a fradulent check and one assault and battery, and one juvenile runaway. The fire report of the Transfer Volunteer Fire Department presented by Bill Blake, fire chief, showed 12 calls during March including four major fires, two of which were assists to other departments. Blake and another members of the department have recently completed a 15-week basic fire course. The Transfer Volunteer Fire Department will hold an open house frm I to 5 p.m., April 29 in honor of the department's 25th anniversary. The supervisors granted several real estate tax exonerations last night. A total of 11 building permits were issued for March and one to Ritz Mobile Housing was denied due to inadequate setback. Scholarship Auditions Are Slated Auditions for the Paul Moss Scholarship of the. Greenville Symphony Orchestra Society will be held on Monday evening, April 16, at 6:45 at the Passavant Center at Thiel College. The Rev. Mr, Victor Brown, chairman of the auditions, announced that several local violin or viola players have made application and will appear before the judges in three classifications of ability and in age grade in school to the senior year of college. The monetary scholarships, honoring the late Paul Moss, one of the founders of the Greenville Symphony Orchestra, are awarded annually in the spring of the year to one or more residents of the greater Greenville area who have performed required and optional musical numbers well enough to qualify in the opinion of the judges. The judges for the auditions will include: Ivan Romanenko, musical director and conductor of the Symphony, Carmen Ro- manenko, concert mistress; Victor Brown, violisl, and Jack Anderson, percussionist and public school music teacher. The winners will be announced at the April 28th concert of the Greenville Symphony Orchestra, the third and final concert of the 1972-73 season. Oak Grove Wesleyan Cantata Is Scheduled The annual Easter cantata will be presented ait Oak Grove Wesleyan Methodist Church, Mercer RD 4, at 2:30 p.m. Sunday. Rev. Jack Grouse, pastor, is director and Mrs. Richard Rose, pianist. "AMERICAN" EASTER CARDS AT CIANCI'S Cor. Mercer & Stewart Open Daily Till 11 P.M. O.D. ANDERSON BUS CO. Greenville, Pa. 588-8310 Regular Passenger Bus Service To Cleveland F riday—Saturday—Monday At 8:20 A.M. 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