Names PfeVtbuS Puifle ( 1 President . Kennedy S Entertainer • Maxwell 9 Lincoln's son 12 Algonqulfln 41 Town (CdrmsH . ]3 Plant snoot ' U Compass point IS Shelter cloth 17 Sainte (ab.) , 18 Move furtively 19 Intestinal inflammation 31 Existence 23 Musical direction 24 Have a seat 2? Overlook 29 Friends (Fr.) 32 Attire 34 Claim 36 Newspaper executive 37 Actress. Mltzl -38 Oreatesl quantity 39 Belgian 1 river 42 Asian holiday 44 Author Leon -46 Rough outef garment 49 Horrify S3 Force 64 Suits 56 Half-fems 57 And others (Latin) 58 Dwarf 59 Arlkaran Indian 60 All finished 61 Love god DOWN 1 Modern planes 2 Algerian seaport 3 Engage for services 4 Asian kingdom 5 Small shield 6 Easier (lowers 7 Smirch 8 Namesakes of a British princess 9 Will 10 Italian city 11 Fourth letter (pi.r 16 With hands on hip 20 European nation 22 Igneous 24 Appear 25 India (comb, form) 26 Sadness (Fr.) 28 Wiser 30 Stravinsky 31 Withered 33 Musteline mammal 35 Lasso 40 Oman's — Qabus bin Said 43 Recorded in a way 45 Steeple 46 Above 47 Climbing plant 48 Mother of Apollo (myth.) 50 Decant 51 Year (Latin) 52 WWII boats (ab.) 55 Island (Fr.) CARL V, WALTER, 94. of Danville Rfl 8. formerly of Saltsburg, died Wednesday, Peb; 2B< 1MB, in the Boone Nursing Home, lyersgrove. He was born August 1, 1881, InLatrobe. Mr. Walter was a life member of Western Star Lodge No. 21 P & A.M., Youngstowh, Ohio, and Belmont Methodist Church, Saltsburg. A retired foreman of Youtig- stown Sheet and Tube Company, he had in Montour County area resided with a cousin, Mrs. Clyde Cotter of Strawberry Ridge, Danville RD 3. Surviving are three cousins, Mrs. Cotner and Clarence and Omar Walter, both of Saltsburg. He was preceded in death by his wife Ada Walter in 1967. Graveside services will be held at 2 p.m. Friday, Feb. 27, in the Edgewood Cemetery, Saltsburg, with the Rev. Jarries E. Anderson Jr. of Saltsburg officiating. Arrangements are in charge of the Emerson C. Heffner Funeral Home, Water Street, . Washingtonville. UNDERWOOD, Olga Plasman, 11 a.m., Caleffie and Greenlief Funeral Home, 327 Fourth St., California. i Service 1 = I Club ' Hospital Register 1 Indiana Kiwanis |iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiimiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiinii iiiinii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiinii INDIANA HOSPITAL Births For Feb. 25 Mr. and Mrs. Richard T. Elliott, Josephine, boy; Mr. and Mrs. John A. Barreca, 21 Wynn St., Blairsville, girl; Mr. and Mrs. Blaine Deabenderfer, Indiana RD 3, girl. Admissions For Feb. 25 Joy Beatty, 139 N. llth St., Indiana; Day Kanarr Nichol, •Indiana RD 4; Rozella M. Hill, Commodore RD 1; Betty J. Kunkle, Black Lick; Lean Elaine Warr, Homer City RD 1; Lois Marcoaldi, 50 College Lodge Rd, Indiana. Cheryl Lee Carnahan, North View Estates, Indiana; William S. Kelley, Aultman; Jessica Lee Platt, Blairsville; Samuel I. McClurkin, 340 Philadelphia St., Indiana; Deborah L. Wagner, IUP, Indiana; Arthur S. Vellesig, West Lebanon. Fleta C. Dunlap, 35 S. 10th St., Indiana; Bernard J. Kowchuck, Ernest; Daniel P. McCracken, 553 N. Sixth St., Indiana; Todd E. Hadden, Glen Campbell RD 1; Robert A. Smith, 73 Hancock St., Clymer. Discharges For Feb. 25 Donna Lee Ondo and infant, Indiana RD 4; Cathy Richards and infant, Marion Center RD 1; Judith Syster and infant, Clymer RD 1; Viola G. Acker- Investigation Yields No Wrongdoing PHILADELPHIA (AP) - An FBI investigation of the 1971 sale of Gov. Milton Shapp's interest in a Williamsport cable television station has been closed with no criminal charges being filed, the Philadelphia Bulletin reported. The Bulletin said Wednesday that federal officials won't officially comment on the case, but say unofficially they have not come up with the evidence needed to take any of the principals in the case before a federal grand jury. An FBI spokesman contacted Wednesday night said, "I don't know where the Bulletin got it's information." He added, "I can't comment on the case at all." The statute of limitations on possible violations in the case expired Wednesday, exactly five years after Williamsport City Council passed an ordiance giving Citizens Cable TV Co. a 25-year franchise at a one per cent fee for the city. Shapp headed the TV firm. Federal officials were reportedly investigating whether the •later appointment of two Wil- •liamsport council members to state jobs was in return for their help in passing the ordinance. Shapp has said, he made $2 million on the sale of the company two months after the franchise was granted. "When this story first appeared I said at the time there was absolutely no truth to it." Shapp told the Bulletin when informed of the decision by federal authorities to close the probe, "I'm glad nevertheless that the FBI had conducted the investigation because this verifies what I have been saying right along," said Shapp, a candidate for the Democratic presidential nflrnjnation. son, Clymer RD 2; Gloria J. Brncik, Indiana RD 3; Thelma P. Byers, Rochester Mills RD 1. Lorene A. Dilelio, 150 Douglas St., Commodore; Rhonda C. Dixson, Indiana RD 2; Bernice Ellen Greene, Dixonville; J. Edward Griffith, Creekside RD 1; Marion D. Harmon, Ringgold; William E. Hazlett, Homer City RD 2; Don A. Heeter, Marion Center. Karen E. Hornfeck, Indiana RD 3; Mary D. Kelly, 382 Burns Ave., Indiana; Randall Keith Kimmel, Plumville; Denise Louise Kinter, Belsano; Anna Kraynak, 9 Smith St., Commodore; Barbara Ellen Livingston, Rr. 874 Josephine Ave., Indiana. 'Susan Lukehart, 260 N. 1st St., Indiana; David Earl McCracken, 225 S. 7th St., Indiana; Donna Mae Moore, 701 Highland Ave., Apollo; Helen L. Reeger, Shelocta; Nola M. Selkirk, 609 S. 2nd St., Indiana; Renz A. Sutton, 13 Beech St., Homer City; John Joseph Valenti Jr., Clymer; Sandra Paulette Wofford, Creekside, RD 1. DUBOIS Admissions Mrs. Lulu Leasure, Punxsutawney. MAPLE AVENUE Admissions Mrs. Lisa Haught, Commodore; Mrs. Mary Lorelli, Punxsutawney. Discharges Mrs. Elizabeth Shea, Indiana; Mrs. Nancy Bosar, Gipsy; Mrs. Timothy Fetterman and infant, Punxsutawney; William Rowland, Dayton; Mrs. Thomas Gomola and infant, Mahaffey; Mrs, Mary Quick, Punxsutawney. LATROBE Admissions Dale Lynne Getty, Homer City; Marie S. Carrara, Blairsville RD 3; Betty Hancock, Blairsville RD 3. Discharges William Nicholson, Blairsville RD 3; John J. Ellis, Coral; Goldie M. Bailey, New Florence RD 2; George Lucas, Blairsville; Edythe L. Weamer, New Alexandria RD 1; Sheila Sorbin, Avonmore. KITTANNING Admissions John F. Ramsey, Clarksburg RD 1; Edison L. Mohney, Church Street, Sagamore; Larry L. Prugh, Kittanning RD 1; Harry L. Haggerty, NuMine; Eileen Weaver, Marion Center, Discharges Corrinea M. Bellas, Rural Valley RD 1; Flora Jean Brink,«Rural Valley RD 1; Jane E. Burcaw, NuMine. PUNXSUTAWNEY Admissions Mrs. Hazel M. Allshouse, Plumville; Thomas A, Walker, Marion Center RP 2; Lisha D. Brown, 408 Beyer Ave., Punxsutawney. Discharges Mrs. John M. Bracken and infant, 505 Cherry St., Punxsutawney; Fred S. Heitzenrater, 114 Zeitler Ave., Punxsutawney; Paul I, Redding, Cleveland, Ohio; Todd E. Hadden, Glen Campbell RD l; Mrs. Minnie E, Lloyd, Dayton RD 1; Mrs. Elizabeth M.SmeUw, Blose Medicare Center, Punxsutawney; Harry Wachob, Big Run. Births Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Verdill Jr., Punxsutawney RD 4, boy- Members of the Key Club at the Indiana High School were the guests of the Indiana Kiwanis Club Monday night during the weekly meeting of the latter group at Rustic Lodge. James George, adviser to the Key Club, spoke concerning the need to feel connected with the past, present, and future and pointed out that in the meeting itself all three dimensions were represented. Schools, Mr. George said, teach both values and connections with the past, present, and future. Kiwanians, as sponsors of Key Clubs, are partners with the Key Club members in a living relationship, providing experience and stability for the high school aged young adults. Key Club, Mr. George suggested, may ba Kiwanis Club's greatest legeacy. Chris Lazor, president of the Key Club, expressed the thanks of the Key Club members to Kiwanis for sponsoring their club and for inviting them to the dinner meeting, Mike Reilly listed the activities, the Key Club has been involved in this year and indicated what their, projects were for the remainder of the school year. The Key Club presentation concluded with-the showing of a film strip depicting 50 years of Key Clubs, which started in Sacramento, Calif., indicating that "Fifty Years of Caring Is Only A Beginning." Paul Woodring, chairman of the Kiwanis sponsored youth committee, introduced the program, Clint File, head of the Circle K Club committee, introduced Circle K president Rita Kohler and secretary-treasurer Mary Alice Morris as well as adviser Dr. Ken Hershman. President, Kohler reported that Circle K at IUP is hosting the state convention for Circle K Clubs in Monreoville April 2 to 4 arid invited as many Kiwa- nians as possible to attend. Vice president Frank Nupp said Kiwanians and Key Club members would be selling pop corn this Saturday at Brody's ,and Troutman's in downtown Indiana and perhaps at some of the malls between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. Singing was conducted by Lambert Joseph with Mrs. Carolyn Holstein at the piano. Judge Siricq Out Of Hospital WASHINGTON (AP) - U.S. District Court Judge John J. Sirica, who collapsed after suffering a massive heart attack Feb. 5, is out of the hospital. Sirica's law clerk, Robert Ruyak, said there is no sign the judge intends to resign. In the meantime, Sirica's doctors have prescribed "a good long rest" at home for the judge, who will be 72 March 19. Sirica collapsed while giving a speech to a lawyers' group. Although his heart stopped working for 15 minutes,; the Judge survived, doctors said, because of emergency treatment by those at the scene and in the ambulance on the way to George Washington University Real Estate Transfers (INDIANACOUNTY) Thurmsfl c, Brickell and wife to William D. Splcher and wife, tract in, Canoe Twp., $7,800. Estate of Kenneth W. Speer to Joseph R. Hunter and wife, lot and frame shop In Salts* burg Boro,, $6,000. Alfred L. Lai-kin and wife to James Yaworski and wife, lot in Bast Wheat-field Twp.. $25,000. Lou Hamilton to Millard B. Porch and wife, lot and frame dwelling in Saltsburg Boro., $6,000. Frank E. Lewis and wife to James M. Good and wife, parcel in White Twp., $44,000. Grace McHenry Wilson to Robert V. Brady and wife, lot in White Twp., $3,000. Thomas F, Dowling and others to Francis Patrick Cass, tract in East Wheatfield Twp., $3,800. Jess Bartholow and others to Balco, Inc., parcel in Burrell Twp., $5,000. Howard L. Rhoades, Jr. and wife to Gary J. Smith and wife, lot and frame dwelling in Cherry Tree Boro., $16,500. John P. Hoyt and wife to Richard W. Wrye and wife, lot in White Twp., $5,000. JEFFERSON COUNTY Agway Inc., to Robert Diener, tract, Rose Twp., $14,070. Harry G. Bodenhorn to Glenn L. Bodenhorn, tract, Oliver Twp., $1,000. First National Bank of Reynoldsville to Stephen Vasi- lauskaus, lots, Reynoldsville, $8,500. Ella Giughello to Bruce Aufderklam, lot, Snyder Twp., $20,000. Lawton T. Sharp, Jr., to Charles Ford, lot, Falls Creek, $23,500. United Electric Cooperative Inc., to Culligan-Hess Water Conditioning, Inc., 3.245 acres, Pinecreek Twp., $37,500. R & P Coal Company to DuBois Area School District, lots, Winslow Twp., $1,027. William T. Chaifont to Truman Harley, tract, Punsutaw- ney, $19,750. Frank D. Boyer, Jr., to Marian Schaffner, lot, Falls Creek, $3,000. Norman G. Craven to Myrna Keller, lot, Falls Creek, $9,000. Aldine Butler to Sherry S. Appel, 6,750 sq. ft., Reynoldsville, $19,500. Bernice V. Brown est to James H. Depp, 8,860 sq. ft., Punxsutawney, $5,600. "Show Me" Book Not Obscene PORTSMOUTH, N.H. (AP) — A judge has ruled that the book "Show Me," described by its publisher as good for sex education, is not obscene. Portsmouth District Court Judge Alvin Taylor dismissed obscenity charges Wednesday against three book sellers arrested last December. The book, which has sold more than 100,000 copies in the United States, shows pictures of nude children and adults-engaged in various forms of sexual activity. The 30 spectators jamming the small courtroom gave a cheer when the judge announced his decision to throw out the case. The rearest blood group on the ABO system, one of nine systems, is AB. Mercer Livestock Auction Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture quotations for the Mercer Livestock Auction on Feb. 17, were as follows. CATTLE 2.93. Compared with last Tuesday's market, slaughter steers and heifers active and strong, 50c to $1 higher, instances $2 higher. Slaughter cows steady to SOc higher, instances .$1 higher. Slaughter bulls fully $2 higher. Choice slaughter steers 40.00-42.70, Good 37.80-40.50, Standard 33.30-37.60, few Utility 29.25-31.50. Choice slaughter heifers 39.00-41.70, Good 35.00-38.80, few Standard 30.00-35.00. Utility & High Dressing Cutter slaughter cows 27.50-30.60, Cutters 25.00-28.00, Canners 22.25-25.25, Shells down to 19.00. Two Choice slaughter bullocks 39.60 and 40.00, few Good 33.40-35.00, two Utility 27.10 and 27.30. Yield Grade #1 1000-2250 IDS. slaughter bulls 32.90-36.80, yield grade #2 900-1450 Ibs. 28.90-31.90. Good 325-745 Ibs. feeder steers 27.75-32.75; Good 545-645 Ibs. feeder heifers 27.50-32.00, Medium 300-760 Ibs. 20.40-26.75; Medium & Good 435-840 Ibs. feeder bulls 25.70-30.50. CALVES 114. Vealers unevenly steady. Few Choice vea- lers 63.00-63.50, few Good 54.00-61.00, Standard 38.00-50.00, Utility 110-125 Ibs. 31.50-41.50, 90-110 Ibs. 24.50-34.00, few 65-85 Ibs. 20.00-24.00. HOGS 360. Barrows & Gilts steady, instances SOc higher. US No. 1-2 200-225 Ibs. barrows & gilts 50.90-51.40, No. 1-3 200-240 Ibs. 49.10-50.40, No. 2-3 195-250 Ibs. 48.80-49.20, one lot No. 2-4 280 Ibs. 46.00, No 1-3 150-180 Ibs. 41.5045.50. US No. 1-3 300-530 Ibs. sows 41.7545.50. LIGHTCAP ELECTRIC CO. Established 1912 • Electrical Contracting • Light Fixtures • Antique Lamps 285 Phila. St. 465-5212 Indiana Redecorate NOW! We're featuring discount prices on a large group of custom drapery and upholstering fabrics that we'll finish to your specifications. COMPARE OUR PRICES, 25 YRS. EXPERIENCE, QUALITY, AND 2-3 WEEK DELIVERY SERVICE ... WE KNOW YOU'LL BECOME A VALUED CUSTOMER. I I Wall-To-Wall Carpet, Dec. Window Shades, Venetian Blinds Also Available TOCCI'S'B' S3S Philo. St. 445-4732 BABY BEEF SALE U.S.D.A. INSPECTED - GRAIN FED 1 WEEK ONLY! Cuaranlttd le Iw fender & lady SIDES - 66' a pound or 75* a pound cut, wrapped and Ironn NIND QUARTERS - S5' a pound FIONT QUARTERS - 60- a pound YOU PICK YOUR BEEF AND WE CUT IT WHILE YOU WAIT RELLICK MEAT PACKING CO. Jacksonville Rd., Honor City Phono 47»-W4» or «7»-WW (Homo) EXECUTIVE SECRETARY We are seeking an experienced secretary with excellent typing and shorthand skills to work for the vice president of our division. This local opportunity provides an excellent salary along with excellent benefits and working conditions. Please send resume detailing background and experience to Box D-45, c/o Gazette. SUPERINTENDENT For progressive coal mining company with long term contract, located in West Control Pennsyl- vanlq, One million + toni per year operation, rWinirngm of $ years production experience re- quirwl, Prefer experience in Pennsylvania. Degree in mining engineering or related fields helpful. Fringe bcnofiti includo profit sharing. Salary commensurat« with background and experience. Submit return* to Box D-37, c/o Indiana Evening *, Indlgnp, P a . 1$7Q1 * Gazette Classifieds Begin Here PUBLIC NOTICES Your Right to Know and be informed of the functions of your government are embodied in public notices. In that self-government charges all citizens to be informed; this newspaper urges every citizen to read and study these notices. We strongly advise those citizens seeking further information to exercise their right of access to public records and public meetings. byfermcetecteQ/oi Pot Friday, February 27,1»?6 BIDS Sealed proposals will be received by the Canoe Township, 2nd Cl., Supervisors of Indiana County, Penna., at R.D. 1, Box 2A, Rossiter, Pa. 15772 until 7:00 P.M., on March 18th, 1978, for the following: 1 - 350 tons 1-B slag. 2 - Appro*. 10.000 Gals. M.C.-30 Dust Oil. Proposals must be upon the forms furnished by the Municipality. •The bid must be accompanied by a certified check or bid bond in the amount of 10% of the bid. made payable to the Municipality. The Municipality reserves the right to reject any or all proposals. Canoe Township, 2nd Cl. Supervisors Mary Jane Bodenhorn Sec.-Treas. 2/26, 3/1. 3/4x BIDS Seals proposals will be received by the Young Township Board of Supervisors R.D. #1 Clarksburg, Pa. until 6:00 p.m. on March 8th for the following: I. 3000 ton (more or less) IB or #2 3A modified stone to be delivered at plant. .2. 30.600 gals, (more or less) MC 30 Dust Oil to be spread on various Twp. roads. 3. Hauling stone from quarry to stock pile or to various Twp. roads. Proposals must be upon the forms furnished by the municipality and must be accompanied by a certified check or bid bond in the amount of 10% of the Bid made payable to the municipality. The municipality reserves the right to reject any or all propoals. Young Township Joan Maschak Secy.-Treas. R.D. #3 Shelocta. Pa. 15774 2/26, 2/27, 3/lx Robert D. Douglass, Attorney EXECUTOR NOTICE Letters Testamentary on the Estate of HARRY E. MOOSE, SR., late of Brushvalley Township. Indiana County. Pennsylvania, deceased, having been granted the undersigned, those having claims against the said estate are requested to present them duly authenticated for settlement, and those knowing themselves to be indebted are requested (o make prompt payment. . Mr. Harry Moose. Jr. R.D. *4 Indiana. Pa. 15701 2/12. 2/19. 2/26 NOTICE Salvors Notice Abandoned Vehicles Zoltan Sabo. RD 1 Pcnn Run, Pa. 15765 Plymouth Mfg. No. VH23862570865 Pontiac Mfg. No. 262396E175376 M.G. Mfg. No. GHN5UA194261G 2/24. 2/26. 2/28x NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Articles of Incorporation have been filed with the Department of Stale of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, on February 13, 1976, for the purpose of obtaining a Certificate of Incorporation of a proposed business corporation to be organized under the Business Corporation Law of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, approved May 5, 1933, P.L. 384, as amended. The name of the corporation is: Overland Resources, Inc. The purpose or purposes for which it was organized are: The corporation shall have unlimited Power to engage and do any lawful act concerning any or all lawful business for which corporations may be incorporated under the Act of May 5, 1933, P.L. 364, as amended. Donald R. Marsh, Esq Solicitor 307 Savings & Trust Bldg. Indiana. PA 15701 2/26x COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES BUREAU OF STATE PARKS HARRISBURG, PENNSYLVANIA Sealed bids will be received in Room 518. Executive House, 101 S. 2nd Street, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, 17120, until 2:00 P.M., Prevailing Time, MARCH II. 1976, and then publicly opened and read for the WATERCRAFT CONCESSION, YELLOW CREEK STATE PARK. INDIANA COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA. A prospectus containing all pertinent information must be obtained from the office of the Park Superintendent, John T. Graham, RD 1, Perm Run. Pennsylvania, 15765, telephone number 412-479-2161. The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania reserves the right to reject any and all bids, and to waive any informalities, defects, or irregularities in the bids. The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania is an Equal Opportunity Employer and requires conformant with Title 16 Pennsylvania Code, Chapter 49, Contract Compliance Regulations. C. H. McCONNELL, DEPUTY SECRETARY RESOURCES MANAGEMENT 2/l». 2/26. Vfa BIDS The Indiana Area School District, 501 East Pike. Indiana, Pa. invites bids for Typewriters. Specifications may be obtained at the above office. All bids must conform to the description and specifications as listed. Companies wishing to bid on equal substitute* may do so. but such proposed alternates must be indicated on the bid. Bid price is to include delivery. This bid form must be submitted In a sealed envelope, marked on the outside "Bid on Typewriters" and mailed or delivered to H. John Lumsden, Secretary, Indiana Area School District, 501 East Pike, Indiana, Pa. 15701. All bids must be received by 1:00 p.m. and will be opened at J:00 p.m. on March 1, 1976 in the AdminbtntioB Office, Indiana Area School District, 501 East Pike, Indiana, Pa. The awarding of bidt wUl be made at a meeting of the Baud of School Directors within 90 days. The Board of School Directors reserves the right to reject any or all bids. ^ H John Lurasden, Secretary Indiana Area School Dist/tct i/u, i/w. i/»* ARIES (March 21-April 19) After a full week you should feel like letting your hair down a bit today. Make plans that Include fun-loving friends. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) Your popularity will be at a high peak through tomorrow. Don't be too surprised If you're the center of attention. GEMINI (May 21-June 20) You should be able to communicate extremely well today. Allies can be won, especially if you use your sense of humor. CANCER (June 21-July 22) The most profitable area today will be In situations where you share something In common with one you love. LEO (July 23-Aug. i'?) One of your strong suits today Is the ability to mediate viewpoints. If you have two friends battling, you can bring them together. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) You are still In a productive cycle where initiative and ingenuity can reap a harvest. If you perform well, you'll be amply rewarded. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) Dan Cupid has protective eye on you today. You're even more popular where you already have close bonds. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) Devote your attention to things relating to the family today. You are the mediating force' that can bring harmony where there once was discord. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec. 21) Tact, diplomacy and charm are formidable tools In your hands today. If you are selling something, It would be difficult to turn you down. CAPRICORN (Dee. 22-J*n. 19) For the next two days your material prospects look very promising. You can feather your nest If you're willing to help things along a bit. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 19) Be your own person today, above all. You can operate much more effectively in the leader's role. PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20) Your intuitive insights should be quite reliable today, particularly If they Involve an area that enhances your status. your birthdoy Feb. 27, 1976 Heed your creative urges this coming year. They may not be strong enough to permit you to change your vocation, but they ~ could furnish an Interesting avocation and even extra Income. Sunshine low Moeting Notices THE Burrell Township Community Development Corporation will hold itj next regular meeting on Monday, March 1, 1976, at 7:30 p.m.. In the Burrell Township Community Center in Black Uck, Pa. Cards of Thanks I wish to thank everyone for their kindness, cards, and pray- •ri during my illnetl. Harry 'Splnny' Clowton. In Mtmoriamf O ii In loving memory of Charlt! Bgrletto, who patted away 1 year ago March 29.1975. Earth hat no torrow, That heaven can not h*al, Alwayt in our hearts. Wife, Mary. Sons & Daughters. In'Memoriams O WALTER S. VUCKOVICH, ESQUIRE ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE Letters of Administration on the estate of BERNARD OLAN OLSEN. a/k/a OLAN BERNARD OLSEN, having been granted to the undersigned, all persons indebted to the said estate are requested to make prompt payment, and those having claims against said estate to present the same without delay. JAN A. OLSEN ADMINISTRATOR Rear 31 Harrison St. Homer City, PA 15748 2/26. 3/4. 3/1Ix DEPARTMENT OF GENERAL SERVICES BUREAU OF TECHNICAL SUPPORT 18TH AND HERR STREETS HARRISBURG, PA. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Bid Date — Thurs., March 11, 1976 Opening - 2:00 P.M.. E.S.T. Sealed bids to Extend Fire Alarm System to Ancillary Buildings. SOMERSET STATE HOSPITAL. SOMERSET, SOMERSET. COUNTY. PENNSYLVANIA. WILL BE RECEIVED AT THE OFFICE OF THE SUPERINTENDENT. ROOM 1204. PITTSBURGH STATE OFFICE BUILDING, 300 LIBERTY AVENUE, PITTSBURGH, PA. 15222. for the following contract: Contract No. PW 10225-4 Elec. Const.. Guaranty' $3.200.00 PROPOSED DATE OF COMPLETION: 180 DAYS FROM AWARD OF CONTRACT. Description: Extension of fire alarm system. $15.00 deposit per set payable to the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Department of General Services, 2221 Forster Street. Harrisburg. Pennsylvania 17125. Refundable upon receipt of both a bonafide bid or list of bidders and return of plans and specifications to that office in good condition within 15 days of bid opening. Plans and specifications may be reviewed without charge at the office of the Department of General Services, 2221 Forster St.. Harrisburg, Pa. 17125. For names of those who have secured plans and specifications call 717-787-3014. ISSUED: FEBRUARY 19. 1976 Ronald G. Lench. Secretary 2/24. 2/26. 3/5x COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES BUREAU OF STATE PARKS HARRISBURG, PENNSYLVANIA Sealed bids will be received in Room 518, Executive House, 101 S. 2nd Street, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, 17120, until 2:00 P.M., Prevailing Time, MARCH 4. 1976, and then publicly opened and read for the RENTAL OF EQUIPMENT FOR EXCAVATION. YELLOW CREEK STATE PARK. INDIANA COUNTY. PENNSYLVANIA. A prospectus containing all pertinent information must be obtained from the office of the Park Superintendent, John T. Graham. R. D. *>1, Penn Run, Pennsylvania, 15765, telephone number 412-479-2161. The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania reserves the right to reject any and all bids, and to waive any informalitites, defects, or irregularities in the bids. The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania is an Equal Opportunity Employer and requires conformance with Title 16 Pennsylvania Code. Chapter 49, Contract Compliance Regulations. C. H. McCONNELL, DEPUTY SECRETARY RESOURCES MANAGEMENT DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES 2/12,2/19,2/26* In loving memory of our dearly beloved Husband and Father, Joseph lesneskie Jr., who passed away 14 years ago, February. Those we love, Are with the Lord, And the Lord has promised. To be with us. If they are with him, And He is with us, The cannot be far away. Sadly missed by Wife, Children and Grandchildren. INDIANA Evening Gazette Classified Office open daily from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. LOST — black, male, hound type dog. White markings on legs, face & underparts. Family pet! Reward. Afraid of moving car, but will jump into parked cor. Ph. 463-0126. LOST — brown & white Beagle, wearing black collar, approximately 12" high, $25 reward to finder. Ph 412-676-4640. LOST — February 15, Five Points vicinity, 13 year old tri-colored Beagle, (Tammy), reward. Ph. 397-8750. DISAPPEARED — Cossett record-' er, university property, front of 965 McKnighf Rd., Indiana. Reward. F. Fisel, same address. Personals WANTED — steady riders from Indiana to downtown Pittsburgh. Ph. 349-3138. Schools & Instructions I* tfl INDIANA County Headstart Inc. has some space available for children ages 3-5 Child Development Program. Ph. 465-2657. Special Announcements OFFERS Wanted — To raze and remove frame building, approximately 40x80 for the salvage. Ph. 479-9210, between 8 a.m. and 3 p.m. RS Lockard Ceramics & Gifts Rte. 119, south of Homer City, will be starting classes soon. Beginner or advance, morning or afternoon. Ph 479-9624 before 5 p.m. to sign up. Watch this column for shop opening date. IMMEDIATE OPENING AUTO SERVICE MECHANIC Must be skilled in auto repairs for all types of automobiles. WIDE RANGE OF COMPANY BENEFITS: Paid vacations Paid holidays Excellent retirement benefits Group insurance 10% employee/family discount privilege Experienced applicants apply in person at Personnel Office: REGENCY MAtL INDIANA PERSONNEL HOURS Mondav - Fritlay W p.m.
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