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lyi n mt lji yi i hi yryiT nr ' ej1"! fTe (jii 1 pH I' l"fJW" Automobiles For Sale hi unnitru (7n a.-........!- i mirk. After 4 D. m.. 221-5215. PLY. -'68, Fury, aood cond. Reasonable. 655-9230. PONTIAC-W HT.. R& H., Ps7, ranaen iuui, wtj. lun iinance, uir. 828-628J! PONTIAC-Grand Prix, 72, low mi., PONTIAC-70 Cnlolina, 4-dr., auto., PS, Suflo, JZIBUUU, uir. PONTIAC-1968, LeMans, 2-dr., HT PONT. -'68 Grand Prix, 0.S., p.b., ex., stereo tape, od. cond. 1910 884-2085 6nNTIAC-'67 Catallna. 1295. lnsncrt. i obi aoin pONTIAC-'9, 4-dr., air cond!, low miles, excellent condition, 941-5401. PONT.-'68 Convt. Catallna; sharp ..7.-1 ..II tlOC iji-mlt WtUST -.u-, .-.j-,,,..,. FoNT.-'67 Exec. Wgn.; every GM Opt. Excel, cond. Asking Jiooo. 241-6726. Miki-ru-lBTI nrnnA Dr!v P.B., P.W., auto., A-C, new brakes. tires, exhaust, va-im. PONTIAC-Cotollna wooon, '68, p.s., rrh., air, must sell, J695, 421-7569. PONTIAC-'67 femoes't, p.s., 48,000 mi. vjean .iju. joj-t, i PONT. -'67 sta. wag. AC, p.s., Besr otter. zDi-ojy. p.b., door, loss onNTIAr-fntnlinn 400. 70. 4 I..,.-.. Mir n. nHh 4lntH nl tlKIUIT uil , niiiv-u w'vi.ij, Many extras, excellent cond., ready TO roil, original uwiici, I unvei, SI 595, 882-8896 cnwT 'AA. Ronneville conv. red, white tOD, foct. air, R&H, rear sneaker, 4 new tires, beautiful cond., nO TU5I. 3ZI-IJU. PONT. GTO-'69, 4-sod., Tach. AM-FM; Ram Air; Posl., good. cond ti.inn 4.11-3254. PONTIAC-'65, good cond. A-C, good body, jmoKe oner, wi-iw. . PONT. '68 Cat. -4-dr., vinyl rf auto. v-''Pl! PBw50J'V4'!l PONT. 1951 -Good shape, runs great flest j)ffer563740. PONTIAC-70 Firebird. V-B, auto. pX Special $1695. Amon Schulei Olds, 61-JUU nnNTiAC. '69-2-dr. Hf., good cond. 931-5995. . P."0 NT I A C-70 Executive Wagon, D.S., P.P., TQUUIV U..V'.U'" Aitwn SchujerOlds, 761-3200. PONTIAC- 69, Grana r i. a-i, ps, pw,good tlres.J(l;586i. 'IVi.r fm'o CIrahirH Pmrlt AT Vin. rh, full power. Getting company tar. I-0V3. TONTIAC GTO 71-4-sod., 400 In., 3u,uuo mi. loii j3ojw. ,2195 Pb, cu PONT -197? Catallna, low ml., AC PB PS, S2600. Call 928-2149 week days ; SundayjL?vesiy3"?e8? - PONTIAC-V GTO, 4-SDd. body motor, tires In new car cond See t( 70S Ml 1 b.. 279-8313. PONTIAC-Bodyman's Special, 1973 Grand Prix, air, power ?,"' FM stereo. Vinyl too, 9,000 miles. Front Damaged. $2,350. '21-1216; 833- 5566 . POMfiArGran Ville, 73, loaded, p. wots, windows, am-fm stereo, w-wolls, vinyl roof, former lease car, $3895, Econocarj-easlng, 566 2560. RAMBLER-'66 wgn. needs trans., body pert., Chevy '67 2-dr. hdlp.i nnnd rnnd. 941-9919. RAMBLER-'63, not In running condl- tlOn. 4U. J1-0JB, Otter a. . Rambler -'67 wgn., newest Insp. $500 MM727. SCOUT International -4 WD., roof rack, deluxe inr. a """ v-8. van; sjiojoi or wtj,. TEMPEST 70-Air-conditloned, AM-FM radio, very good shape. Must sell. $1690; 343-8078. TEMPEST-'68, 8 auto., PS, Inspect ed, m. Bi-yn, uir. THUNDER I RD-'45, ps, pb, am-fm stereo, vinyl roof, needs body work. S3 10, 683-6 1 w T-BIRD-'59, excel, cond all power. Seejwnrejtra5750L 483086. T-BFd-'i4, good condition, $300. 322-7188. VEGAS- Bodyman's special, (2). 1973 statlonwaoons, GT, 4 so. FM, rodials fc mags. 1,000 miles, rear damaged & outo. 3,000 ml. front damaged. $1,075 each. 22H216; 833-5566. -VEGA -71", Notchbock, 3-spd., green, test offer. Fronk, 327-6130. VEGA-72, GT, 4 so. trans. Ziebart, excell. cond., 22,000 miles, 766-410S. VEGA 71 -Hatchback, 4-sod., 29,000 ml". $1395. 776-2368. VEGA-71, sed., auto.; new engine. 1599. eves, 927-7318 irt n nnn mil J.n Hntrh- back. Must sell $1000 . 279-2126 after 7 ALL CREDIT APP'S. ACCEPTED Low or No Monty Down Compltto Selection of Can 192-2828 DAN 0'TOOLE 655-7500 CREDIT PROBLEMS CAR PROBLEMS CALL MR. OTT 823-9384 DRIVE HOME AFTER CALL. PLR. CREDIT PROBLEMS? Cll us If you have ear problem er credit probUm. W can help you. Ask tor Mr. Joy. " 931-2105 CAR WORRIES? 1. Trouble Financing? J, Short Time Employment? J. NO MONEY DOWN? CALL 864-1780 AUTOMOBILE Reconditiner-Experienced only, highest wages paid. '35-W6. : SHOP Foreman-Must be Qualified. 935-9976. 67 SPORT & fORIION CARS A H.-3000, '64, comp. restored, per-feet condition, best offer, serious callers only. 882-5696. . ALFA ROMEO LOTUS SALES -PARTS -SERVICE ' SEWICKLEY SALES & SERVICE 741-6400 . AUSTIN Healev-'67 Mark III. Platinum silver with black too. Concours condition. New paint, new top, new caroet & all new upholstery. An Outstanding example of one of the great sports cars. Tender loving cara has this beauty looking better than new. $4675 Invested. Sale price is a firm $3,175. Phone Jcre Conner, in Everett, Pa. (814) 652-2808. AUSTIN Healv Sprite -'62, exc. cond. Coll 216-386-6904. BMW -72, 2002, air, om-fm stereo Koni's Ziebart, Quartz lights & fogs, snotires, excel. 922-2895. BMW -1970, 2002 coupe, red, black int., AM-FM radio, radlals, sharp. $1995. 653-5322 after 6. BMW-70, 20O2 Asking $2300-693-9281 BMW Bavario-71. 23,000 miles, -C, auto, $5,500. 884-J04. BMW -1973, 2002, ac, stereo, sunroof, rust proof, etc., 363-8082. CAPRI -72, like new 2000 CC. Zle-port. Radial show tires. 366-0601. CORVETTES! Largest Corvette selection onywhera Now 1974 Corvettes now! 1973's Coupes, Turbos 4 speeds, silver, green, green Convert. 1972 coupe 4 spd. Turbo, Convertible., Turbo. 1972 Silver (2) orange, blue, green, Wl' Coupes, 4 speed, converts. 4 sred turoo In sold ond blue. 1970 coupos, 4 speed cony. 4 speed In blue, burgundy, white. 1969 coupes Converts. Mostly 4 speeds. Copper, blue, black gold, green, silver. . 1969 coes 4 speeds, converts, turbo end air. Colors black, white red, yellow, pearl. .... T 1963 thru 1967 Over 15 to choose. Too many to list! 1962 and down, t models clean, ready. DS ... ' Tho Specially Car Store Rl. 1 North ofWexford 935-2244 CORVETTE -1957, 2 '"tops, 4 spd., all rlaM-6082jBU2L CORVETTE -1967 ere. 300 hp. PB, PS, FM, Auto, factory air. Superb throughout, $3,800, firm, 461-5634. , CORVETTE NEEDED Irnrnrd. Cash. Coll now. (DS), 935-2246. . CORVETTES 193 Cpe 350 4-spd., custom Inferior, stereo, air. , . . . 192 Convertible, 350 4-spd w-hard- 19?j Convertible, 350, auto. 1970 Cpe., 350 4-spd. , 2 convertibles, 350 auto, w-air, 350 4-sod. w-hardtop. 1969 Cpe., 427-435, 4-spd., factory sideplpes. . . . 1968 2 convertibles, 327-300, 4-spd., 327-350, 4-spd. w-hardtop. Financing arranged. Open eves. - pmCIanvtmeJ682B unny s. CORVETTE -71 cpe., 454" auto., PS, cust. side Pipes, AM-FM radio, A-C, orange w-blk. Infer., exc. 46U930. CORVETTE-Wrecked '62 228-4465. After 5 p.m. CORVETTE -'69 convert., 350 4-spd. perf. cond., low miles. 941-9919. CORVETTE -'69 coupe, p-wlndows, B-brakes, leather Interior, 427-435 h. p., sharp. 264-8454. CORVETTE - '63, Split , window cpe., fair cond, $3000. 438-5141 or 438-0723- i-AniCTTC t71 ma aitrI nntiriil 1 Incl. a-c, 4547 4-spd., $6400 . 521-3999. . CORVETTE -1968 convt., 427, 4 spd., ps., pb am-fm., tinted glass, custom LV. hrod. Craaar mags, burolor alarm, 31,000 orig., ml., gar. kept. 6A1-8296. . CORVETTE -'60, convt., V8, 4 spd., nice .cond., $900. 925-3070. CORVETTE" '67 Coupe From Calllor-nia-435 hp., new engine, side exhaust; $2,850. 935-3426. j CORVETTE - 70, wife car, 2 tons, i radlals, ext. clean, aft. 4 ). m. j 1-216-793-2515. I CORVETTE -r64, must see. 561-315 j efter J. 67 Sport & Foreign Cars CORVETTE-Coupe, 71, 10,000 orlol-nol miles, very clean, AM-FM, PS, PB, auto, trans., T ST wheel, nrw radial tires, $4900 firm, or will consider trade on Eldorado or Mark IVi 4o6-o393. corveTt-TWanted Immediate cash for any year. Call anytime, 264-6082, Bundy's. RARE CORVETTE '72 "L88" version "427" absolutely the finest of eaulpment! Chrome hooker side exhaust, Indy maos mounted on L60, yellow with custom strips, black Int., 7,000 mis,, "Mint," 1 owner Vet. Call now D 8, S "The specialty car store" 935-2246, CORVETTE -'68 Cpe., 350, 4 spdT, make offer icarrtrefusc462-4794. CORVETTE -71, custom, mint.' condition, show car, garape kept, low mileage, good price, 793-5752. CORVETT-'69, cpupe," blue, 427-3907 auto, P.B., p.s., P.W,. side pipes, leather Int. 366-0447. $mTS53W202 SerleSAS " r Dr,$- DATSU N240, Z-excellent cond., 83? 203L DATSUN-'69, PL510, good cond., $675746-2257 or 221-2013. FABULOUS FIATS YEAR END DEALS IN STOCK (1) 124 S COUPE (1) 124 SPECIALL, AUTO. TRANS, (1) 124 STA. WGN., AUTO. TRANS. (2) 124 SPIDERS HURRY! 1 AMADI0 MOTORS "Westmoreland County's Exclusive largest, most experienced & Tradinest Fiat Dealer" FIAT-71, Spider convt., 850, A-ll i5,uoo ml. New tires. 621-84?. FIAT - 1969, 124 Spider conv., no rust. $1650. 366-0780. FIAT-71, 124 coupe, 5 spd., 731-0671 ofter 6. JAGUAR -'66, 4.2 Sedan, air, auto., full power eaulpment, AM-FM, exc. mechanically, body good, no rust, getting married. Asking $1395. 929- 5703. JAGUAR-70-XKE Roadster. Ex. cond. Call 10-11 p.m., 372-3494. KARMANN Ghia-70 ex"cel. cond. from Arizona. $1100 firm. 343 6556. MERCEDES-'69, 220 dlesel, brand new fact, engine, excellent. O & W Foreign Cars, 441-2876 or 441-2779. MERCEDES '68 - 200D 4 sod., orlg. owner, air, best Offer over $1,500, 833-7414. MERCEDES - '65, 190C, 4 dr. sedan, p-b, auto, o-m, f-m 884-3541. MERCEDFS Bcnz-'63"220S, AC, Pb7 PS, exc. 225907 225-8299. MERCEDES Bcnz"-70 280SL Roadster, 33,000 miles. (412 ) 654-3950. MERCEDES' Benz 280 SEL, 68",, air, auto, etc., like new, 343-2616 or 682-1182. MERCEDES Benz-'69, 230, auto., air, ps., Maroon, oaraaed, fair price. CoMjifter 6 p.m. 343-8509. MERCEDES Benz-'65, 190 sed., sunroof, am-fm, $1500. 343-9741. MERCEDES Benz-'60, 190 SL, with sunroof, $1595. &5325B33. MERCED E S Benz -'62, n-s, auto, will sell whole or parts. Runs, 653 5833. MERCEDES Benz-'67, 250S, P.S., P.B,, air, best offer .279-6784 . MG-1970 Midget, good too and Interior. Bodv-not bad, needs soma work, as Is, $595. 824-1760. MG Midget-70, Wire whls., new radlals, Lugg. rack, excl., $1500. 785-6372. MG Midget-71, 31,000 orlg. ml., rad. tires, rust proof, car. kept. Asking $1595. 468-4560. MGA 1958, almost comol, restored. $1200. Firm. 795-5297. MG8-GT 1971, overdrive, British racina green, low miles. LOMBARD MOTORS 3722022 MGB-'69, 29,000 ml., excellent, $1350793-8239. , MGB-1971, British racing g.'ecn, shnm. LOMBARD MOTORS 37J;2022 MGB-'67 GT, lucas lamps, exc. in U out, $1,200. 364-5394. MGB-GT - 70, blue, with block Int. AM-FM radio, wlilre wheels, radial tires and snows, ski rack. Must sell. Day 562-1 844; eve., 349-1672. OPEL GT-71, excel, condition, taka over payments. 931-0687. OPEL-72, Rallve, low mileage, coll 344-9565. PEUGEOT-71, 504, silver-red, 13,000 ml(xd. mdU2250. J6W809. PORSCHE-'61, Karman Body, ere. rare, restorable, all or ports. 741- 7398. PORSCHE-72, 911T, clean, 23,000 ml., 225-4200, ask for Steve. RENAULT-1969, 4 dr., $399. LOMBARD MOTORS 'MM RENAULT-72rR12TL, fr.-whl., dr., 26 mpg.A-l cond. $1,1 25. 488-0987. ROLLS Rovce-'59 Silver Cloud, excl. cond., t cyl auto., o.s showrm. cond. Gar. kept. Must be seen. Orig. 32,000 ml. 687-1054. , SAAB -Model, 99E Bodvmon's special 1972 , 2 dr., fuel inlection, automatic air, FM Stereo Michelin X rodials. 15,000 miles, slight side domoge. Cost new $4,500. $1,525. 221-1216; J33-5566. TOYOTA Corona -70, low miieage", AC, ad. cond., 828-2373. TOYOTA-Corolle waoon, 1971, low mMeagelSOOorJjestJiBlWes TOYOTA -$97) Corolla-AC, R&H, 21 ,800 miles ,J8 m.t.g., $1350. 487-2336. TOYOTA Corona-70, automatic, factory air conditioning, excellent wife's car. $1050. 487-4142, TRIUMPH-1970, "TR6", Burgundy, saddle leather, wires, sharol (DS), 935-2246. J TRIUMPH-'68 Spitfire 34,000 ml. $800. After 6:30. 884-8216- TRIUMPH-72, Spitfire Mork IV, AM-FM, 4-spd., wirewheels, excel. cond 921-3927, ofter b. TRIUMPH Spitfire '66, no rust, me-chon good, redone inter., $400. 833- 0489, . TRIUMPH-'67, TR4A IRS. Abarth, gloss top, newest Insp., $995 . 835-2011. TRIUMPH Spltfire-70, exc. cond., $1150. 68-64y4 3I-IU0. TRIUMPH GT-6, 70, good cond., phone after 5:30 p. m 276-3430. TRIUMPH-'67 TR4A-IRS, very good cond364115. TR-6-71, good cond., new rodials, 371j0554. TR 6 - 1970. Moving, call Mon. thru FrLjifter 6p.m, 931-7180. TR-6,-72", A-l. Loaded. $2800 or trade. 921-9295 ; 921-5786. VW-1965, Bus, full factory equipment Rj;HL$388. 321-8000, Dir. VW-72 Fastback auto, new Insp., tlres,Gar kept. Excel condl84-7406. VWs-'66 to 72, auto-std., radios, fully recond., guaranteed. Plucinskl's Gar265-1732;J65J160. VW-l"973 THING, 1800 miles, 2 mos. sacrifice, $2,650. 243-5622. VW Bus -70 7 passenger 366-168 VW 72 Super, tape player, clean. $1,850, auicx saie, yu-utr, muu. VW-'69 Fastback, exc. cond., fuel Inl.. am-fm cassette .$750. 683-3371; 441-1928. VW-'65 clean, new eng., R&H, axgcM!.10, VW-'65, bug, good cond,, lust In- soected, 653-1260 otter 5. VOLKSWAGEN-'67 Bus, 7-POSS, pood cond., $2,150. 327-8057. VW-'67, sa. back, $625. Mech per- feet, extra tires, 821-5637 otternoon. VW-Suner Beetle BAJA, 72, low ml., sliver blue, snow tires, very rolng $1L?340. VW-'65, sunroof sedan, $350, radio, ngnr grev yjj-jyuq. VW-70, auto. stk. shf! sun roof, 26,000 mi. i4uu. au-ioiv. VOLKSWAGEN - t'69, Bua, sport model with spoked hub caps, 1500 cc engine, xmu. o-jjit mic q- VW-'64, 1 of kind. 1500 S, 16,000. No rust. Mint cona., im-imi. VW-'69. Best offer. After i, iii-WYl VW Bus -'65, good running cond., new paint lob. Sharp, m-jzo. VW-1971 Super Beetle, 4-speed, $1,250, 466-2288. .... VW-'66 bus, very good condition, must be secnj$595.J65-1861. VW-68 automatic, low ml., excel. r.nH . mint sell. $900. 443-3345. VOLKSWAGEN 72, excellent cond7, i xnn r 1 TOT It DO lyVUU. -QII J IJ.Mt.f f7J-n. super beetle, fully equipp-d. WfPfi work. 5750. 4JO4l0. VW-'9, red, verv cleon, low ml- leaae, new msp. , VW-72, fastback, outo., 10,000 ml., line new, mi-iwm. VW -"Super "Beetle, 73, sun roof. am-tm, raaiais, ow , ,w, 366-7831, vw-'xi Run. Kb. 1 Insnectlon; must sell $425. 521-6073. , VOLKSWAGENS WANTED pruinriina our Used Car ooeratlon an need any vear of model Volkswagens. Highest prices paid for good clean cars. See Elrrw Korrbel. IYI. W. nOIUHS 3224 Blvd. of Allies, Oakland VOLVO -'66, 122S, sTa. wag., asking $695. 681-0443. VOLVO -69 2 dr., auto., Immac. Best ofter. Won't last. 831-6919. MONEY PROBLEMS? Good credit, bad credit, no credit. We may be able to help you buy on automobile thru our bank finonclng, all makes and models available, set Frank Mocouire. credit manoger. M. W. MOTORS 687-1100 BLVD. OF THE ALLIES, OAKLAND AUTHORIZED FACTORY DEALER WANTED-Sports cars. TOP prices) or trade for domestic car. LOMBARD MOTORS 172-2021 67A HIGH PERFORMANCE CARS ft BLACK Beauty-'64 Chevy SS, new 396, high performance Inc. Eldebrock & 780 Holly. Low miles, strip or street, monv extros. Car must be seen. Will sacr. to highest offer regardless. Car must go. Consider trude, 8247690, CAMARO-72, Z-28, Lfl, 4 sod 7, loaded. Must see to apprec. 745-7244, 746-2063!jiskforRon CHEVELLE-'66, SS, 427, 450 HP, 4 bolt main, balanced & blue printed, hookers, hurst, 488 gears, plus more, $950, 771-3983 ofter 5 P, m, ; CHEVELLE-1970, SS-396, gold & vinyl roof, 4-spd p. s p. b., $1900. Unger's, 264-1026. CHEVY-1970 Chevelle, blue with black Interior, 4 speed, hurst-488 rear, L-60-15 tires, rally wheels, small block, 751-3077. CHEVY Impolo SS-'65, 327, 4-spd., console mags, 60's, 835-2062. FALCON -'62, new 390 eng. Clean, monv extros. $400. 384-6746. FIREBIRD-'68, 400, hurst 4-snd., good cond., many extras, $750. 466-2591, FORD Mustang Fastbaek-1965, new paint, f laired fenders, new Goodyear L-60 tires, racing mag wheels, new brakes, front 8. rear, 289, 4-spd, $800. 243-6623 after 5 p. m. GTO - 1966 , 4 sp., new Inspection, nice, $495,673-2271. MUStANG-'69, 428, 2 Holly Corbs, hooker, Lakewood, Crane, Edelbrock log ram, gauges, mags., air shocks, M & H slicks, many extras. Got married, must sell, make offer. 462-8412. NOVA-73 350, stereo tape, 410 gears, Indy maos, Tom, 745-7244. PLYMOUTH-W GT X conviT, 4-spd., 440882780, RACE Car Carrier, International truck, fully enclosed van, can carry any type car & all eaulpment Inside, also excellent for hauling antiaue cars, excellent condition, $1800. 243- 6623 after 5 p. m. SHELBY-'68, GT-350, $1,595. 372-2375 after 6 p. m. 427 SOHC Noscar Eng. -Never raced. Just out of crate, $1,250. Serious Dersonsonlv.J35-7875. STOCK Car-Semi-lafe, dirt, '57 Chevy with or without engine, call 672-1017. Ask for Jock, "Sports and Specialties" 1962 Porsche "1600S" red, superb, rare! 1962 Mercedes "190 SL with hardtop, red, new! 1970 Cord Reollear, full power, air. Save! 1966 Excallbur white, red trim, auto. mSRolli Rovct Sliver Cloud II, mint, L H Drive. 1972 Auburn Boatall speedster "A dream". 1954 MG TF Nice, original. 1937 Packard sedan, 1 owner. A beautv! 1929 Packard convert coune, restored. 1963 Avantl auto. 24,000 miles. 1948 Ford coupe, needs repairs. 1966 Mercedes 2 5 0, air, leather, clean! 1965 Mercedes 220 SE. Conv., mlntl D S (The Specialty Store) JL ' inoj: l w??l9rL?3.5Ls?4' IF IT'S high performance cars vou want, call us for listing of over 100 sharp, reodv to "oo" models. All makes. (DS), 935-2246. 671 SPORTS, FOREIGN CAR PARTI, ACCESSORIES, SERVICE AUSTIN-MG, Saab, genuine parts. Dlsmantllna '6! Jaguar, XKE engine. ShlianvwtreorrarcJi22j 2022. CHARGER R-t-'68, 383, 4-spd., $595. 781-9711, Dir. DISMANTLING -Mercedes Bern, 220S, 190 C, Spitfire '67, also others. 266-6590 ; 695-3136. DISMANTLING TR 4-Good drive-train, rollbar, top, los of parts. 276-0437. DISMANTLING-MG'S, TR'S, AH'S, weekends, eves. 443-3391. FOREIGN CAR PART S USED NOW AVAIL. IN PGH. FOR ALL MAKES MODELS, 782-5588 REBUILT VW ENGINES 68 Wanted Automobiles 1 SPOT Cash for good clean cars, antiaue vintage, classics, & fire trucks, call John Levitske, 884-3373. WILL-Pay a premium price for '66, 67 or '68 Chevelle, 4-dr., (6) stick, or '68 (6) stick Comoro. 681-0019, eves. 69 TRUCKS, TRACTORS, BUSES $3 ALUMINUM Vans-40' available Immediately for storage rental. 523- 6821, ; . 4-40' Alum. Van Trlrs.-SUOO each. '67 Mack, w-20 spd. trans., 44,000 lb, rear-end, DM model, $8,000. '65 GMC 3-ton dump, 5-spd. trans., 5500 model, 18' alum, bed w-holst, $1,000. White grease truck, fully eauip. for const., $3,500. Mack DM-800 w-7xl9' bed, 55,000 lb. rear-end, 637 eng., 21,000 lb. front axle, $8,000. '69 Freightliner w-AC, rebuilt 318 eng., A-l shape, $12,500. OHIO CONTRACTING CO. 777 N. Meridian Rd., Youngstown, Ohio 44509 (216)792-3072 BLAZER-70, 4-wheel dr., ac, p.s. $2195462-3919, CHEVY-Step van, Vj-ton, 24,000 orlg. miles, Arizona, rust-free, excel. cond,, $1,200. 931-3310- CHEVY CHEYENNE 71, ,i Ion. with camper. 17,000 ml., $2,650; 372-2413. CHEVY-'67 Custom 'j-ton pickup, 8' fleetside, V-8, good condition, $900. Call 279-7336. CHEVY-Wag-72, A-c, P.S., P.B., 364-8721, Townsman, $1850, see to believe. CHEVY-72, V? ton pick-up, A-C, V-8 standard, insulated cap, many extros, 466-2055; 469-1708. CHEVY-1964 van, rebuilt engine 8 other new parts, $450, 232-3118; 441-8380. CHEVY 70-6 cvl., van 90, pickups & carryalls. 531-9206. auto., CHEVY-Bovllle Van V-8, sharp, $1895. 781-9711, Dir. CHEVY-72, pickup, custom 20, V-8, 4-spd mon, 8' bed, 366-5035. CHEVY Biozer-71, many extras", $2795, 441-5864. . CHEVY-'65, 'a ton pickup, 6 cyl std. shift, radio, Insp. $550. Carmen's Garage, 683-84)8, anytime. CHEVY Van 71--ton, good cohd.l $1,995. 881-9444. DODGE-'67 Sportsman van( Partial camper.372-8667. DODGE-73 almost new, 34-ton, HD, eauio.Call 833140. DODGE-71-D 300, 12Vi ft. bed, with 20' rack, V8, PS, vacuum brakes, 327993, DODGE -'68 walk-In van, 6 cvl. auto., new Insp. Ideal for camper or business, sell or trade for ontlaui car. 527-3086. , DODGE-'68, 200; Vi ton pickup. $850. 931-0896 after 5. , DODGE -'60, W plate dump truck, WjjjpcL alrbrakes, clean, 925-2493. DODGE-'69 von, new eng., paneled, good con., must sell. $975. 531-6073. DODGE-'56, dump, verv good me- chonlcal cond. 364-0891. DIVCO Ponel Truck-(2) running Incp., $200 each. 372-1820. EL Camino-1970, 396 SS, 4-spd., PB, PS, air, very clean, $2495. Best offer. 678-5118; 864-3653. FORDS-18) Tandem Trucks. S International Tandem Trucks. 2 Mack tractors. I Dump trailer. 1 Lowboy. 2 flatbed trailer s-38'. Reasonable. Phone 1-614-264-siyj. FORD-F700, machinery-car handling: truck, tilt, loading, dump-winch, lj'x205tarrs. Glade Mills, 898-1501. FORD-WT f0O0-b, 318 Detroit 10 speedfu 1 1 screw, 443-6666; 443-9842, FORD-1971."F-600, 14' stake, V-8, 4 speed. 443-666; 443-9842. FORD Tandem Tractors-1970 and 72. Will sell or rent, with or without driver. No sleel. 276-6088. FORD-70, XLT Ranger, Vj-ton, vinyl cover, marker lights, low ml., Immac. 751-6460. FORD-'67; & '62 GMC 4-WD. dump trucks, exc. cond., $1100 ea. 421-9846 after 5 p. m. FORD-'65, Won pickup, runs good, 58,000 orig. ml. new tires, HD springs, rocks, 481-6246, 653-1480. Crton ni l..lnn nirLnn t It hH. r w n, L it. , -ivi! hivum, v 302 V, auto., p. s. rust proofing lust nKe new, ion tui-Kio. cvl. FORD -71, Econollne 200, 6 Good shape best otter. 761-7205. FORD-1954, F-600, dump, 21,000 gr, wt. Very good cond. $550. 339-9949. FORD-'63, F850 tractor, spare parts Incl., $1,600884-4071. FORD-73, "-ton, 4x4; AM-FM, ton-neau cover, 3,900 ml., $5,026 Invested, $3,950. 761-2370. FORD-'69 Window Van. V8, heavy duty, exc. cond. $1700. 921-5857. FORD-'60, Vj ton, pick-up, '69 en- Oine VbedJ95. 381818. FORD-1971, siTon, 4 wheel dr., V-8, So. Custom, radio, sliding windows, Deluxe 2 tone, exc. shape. 372-7643. FORD-72 Chasis, 330" heavy "duty V8, 825x20 tires, 156" wheel base, 20' aluminum body, must sell. 421-5045. FORD - Heavy duty pick-up, good cond. retired contractor, 441-8423. FORD-7!, -ton, 8, 4-sod., heavy duty. 32,000 ml. Like new. Paul's, 682-4545. FORD 3i-ton, '67 pickup, 3-spd.; $895". Chevy i,-ton, '68 pickup, 4-spd., step bumper, new paint; $995. Both In good cond. 835.7300. FORD-'64 Econollne, oood shape, goodrunner, $495 687-8225. FIVE-1970 GMC Astros 318 Detroit diesels, 10-sneed fuller trans. Race Suspension. 843 0450. GMC -72, Jimmy, 4-wheel dr., p.s., c . b., $3)95 . 462-391 9. GMC 71-14 ft. step van, good cond! 3?11J1. CMC Plckuo- 63, 8-ft. bed, Vi ton. 373-3714. 69 Trucks, Tractors, Buses GMC-1969, 7500 series, 20' Van body, side doors, V-6, 351C, 5CSTD. 443- 9842. INTER NATIONAL-'66, 34 ton, Camper Special, like new, low mileage, no rust, many extras, Includ- Ing cover, 814-745-2946. INT.-'68, $4000, 250 eng., R 910, 34 rears, $6500, also Fruehauf, trailer, 38', $2700, both in good cond. 264-7454. INTER NATIONAL-'68 stake, 16', 26.000 gross, rebuilt eng., lift gate, 4,000 lb. cap. 325-2543. INTERNATIONAL-Back hoe onj Int'l dump truck, tog-along trailer, sell together or separate. 787-2190. INTERN AT IONAL-190 dump, 10 ft. body, 5 and 2 sod., PS., air brakes, $895. Johnston, 766-9687; 322-3772. INTERN ATIONAL-71, 1700 totir", Call 438-3210. . INTERN AT ION AL-with power qote, 766-9687 ; 322-3772. 66, 1 ton Johnston, stake, $495. INTER NATIONAL -'64, 1600 Loadstar, 14 ft. flat body, $495. Johnston, 766-9687.1322-3772- . INT'L Metro-Wolk-ln step vans (3). Benvenutl's Bakery. 221-3555. , TNT. Metro Walk-in Van, 9' body, very goodcond., 50538300. MACK- R model 250 Triplex, single axle, PS, Dove 443-4666 ; 781-3313 eves. MACK-R model, 250 Triplex, single axle, PS, 443-6466 ; 443-9842. . MACK B-6f Tractor & Trailer. 61- 4215 or 821-2146. MIXER-7"vard Worthlnaton with W yard agitator, Johnston, 766-9687; 322-3772, MOVING Van-20ft, excellent condf- tlon, Inspected, $900, 331-3474. PETER blll-1969 Conventional. Ex-cellent condition. 295-4452, aft. 3 RACE Car Carrier-International truck, fully enclosed van, can carry any type car 1 all eaulpment Inside, also excellent for hauling antiaue cots, excellent condition, $1800. 243- 6623 ofter 5 p. m. TOW TRUCK (WRECKER) & JEEP j 814-546-7474 TRACTOR D2-Dlesel, Catiplllar, winch, blade, less than 2000 hrs. $4000. 776-2451, Eves, HUNTERS & Campers-Good cond,, 621-8742. 70 VW Bus. BROKERS WANTED Steel hauling. Eost & west, two-way hauls. Immediate pay, other benefits. Call2425410,24 h0urs WHITE 1970 Western Star-Trl-axle. Alum. body. 13-sod. Caterpillar motor. Real good cond. Good tires. $1 7,000. E ves. only. 412-628-81 99, WHITE 7400 Tractor-70, ex. condition, 282 Cummins Eng. 13 speed, Ronoer trans., 411 rear, tandem, $16,000. Owner 757-6543. WHIT E-W, Tandem" "tractor, C.O.E., non-sleeoer, 8V-71, 10-so rr., SQHD rears, majiy exjrasJASOO. 446-16. WANTED To Buv-4-wheei drive vehicles. Bronco, Scouts, etc. Call collect 814-793-2829. 70 WRECKED CARS BOUGHT ft A CALL to us will remove that lunked cor Immediately. 441-6391. AAAA NEED 1000 USED WORN-OUT CARS & TRUCKS. 882-1065 ACE Buvs-AII late-model wrecks; lunkers. Monev. Free towinq. 24 hrs. S5S-5G1-7765-SSS BUYING-Junk cars, trucks; $15 up. Eost End Wreckers, 341-8900. CALL - We'll houl that" lunk car free. 771-7846. 24-hours, DISABLED Mon-Wants lunk cars & trucks, towing free, 381-0736. JUNK-Cars, call us for the best deal. 321-3433. JUNK CARS TOWED FREE FASTS ERVIC E 2410551 JUNKERS-WRECKS TOWED FREE PROMPTLY. 344-6055, 8 A.M.-11 P.M. TRY Me Flrst-For high prices on lunk cars and trucks. 371-7555. 71 AUTO REPAIRS - Nation's lorgest automat nTm transmission specialists. F'illi" 1 Phone answers 24 hours. tJ uum AUTOMATIC Transmission Specialist -Frank Sebrosky, 921-9757; eve., 8350 004 . AUTOMATIC Transmission Specialist -Free towing, all work guaranteed. Geno, 391-6791. CYL. Head Specialists-Comolete cyl. head reconditioning. P-K Bearing. 361-0114. . ENGINE EXCHANGE CO. Rebuilt and Used Engines Installed .Towing, financing arranged. 793-7100 USED MOTORS INSTALLED Leetsdale Auto Wrecking Co. 764-2851 72 TIRES, ACCESSORIES, PARTS ACE Used Auto Parts & windshields, Oil kinds. Reos. 561-7765. AUTO Bumpers-All makes, 1958 (' 1973; 321-6776. BONNlEVLLE-Conv w -4-s p d., Insp. C lean, $275 , 443-2655. CAD -'65, m complete. Running condition, $100 each. 363-0023 ; 421- 3131. CAMARO-'69 12 volt housing, service package posl., 513 hi-lmpact gears, 2-8x15 Mags, 2-4X15 Mags, small black headers, slicks. Best offer, 364-3170, CAMARO-LIke new, 4 solid cast alum. mag. wheels, solder spokes, $150; Z28 alum hi-rise with 780 dual line Holhe, $75. 763-1154. CHEVY SS-'63, 327, 300 ho, Hurst 4-spd. , whole or part, make off. CHEVY-55-44, 488, $65, 531-7568. posl. rear end, NEW 1940 Chevy Parts -Fenders, grill, chrome trim, etc.; also compl. six-pak setup for 340 Mopar. 743-7697. CHRYSLER Imperial Lebaron-1969, loaded, hit left side, have most parts to repair, '69 Dismantling Corvette Hdto., cpe. Blair dozer wilh 10 ton ramp, Hein-Warner airjack. 941-9919, CHRYSLER-'66, wan., "needs trans, work, whole or part, make off. 835-4581. CHRYSLER -Complete, 4-spd., set up, trany needs work, $70 53 W568. COMET - '60 parts or whole. 521-0192. DISMANTLING -'67 Mustang parts for sale. 881-0357. . DISMANTLING -'64 Comet Cyclone. 289 eng. 4-sp. trans., 931-4165. DISMANTLING -'68 Chevy cpe., 327 eng. Coll after 6, 751-9921. , DISMANTLING '67Dodge Charger, Jnt.perfect, 53W568. . DISMANTLING -'64 Ford Wagon, 795-2557, blSMTLG.-GMC, '65, Vi ton. Posl- tracJ68Chevy 4643B2. FORD-'63"pJckup, '66 Olds Cutlass, & '65 Chevelle Wgn. parts for salt. 372-8702J JEEP -Conv. top for CJ-2A, new $75. CallJ43438. . MACK-Single axle rear end, complete, also, parts for Mock tandem, also 18 5 2-spd. rear-end. 925-2493, MOPAR -426, 440, Mallory Dist, $30. Semi toraue convertor, $30. 440 heads, $60. Cams, deep pan, $20. 440 short block, 884-8972. t . MUNCIE-4 sp., with shifter, Chevy 350 motor, Accel duel point distributor. Call 682-8415; 681-7631. Ask for John. NEW WAY-Dead axle walr boos, also dead axle on Anderson set-up, 925-2493; NOVA-'69, SS, 302 prof, built .30 over, all new parts. GK Accel Lakewood, Hedman, Stewart Warner, whole or part. 921-5578. PONT.-'63 Bonn. 389, 4 Brl., whole or ports. 563 0654. RADIAL Snow tires (2) "H," series 14". 452-761 8.Col lect. SLICKS -(2); M 4 H; 7" on 15" rims. 884-5983. SNOW Tires-Used. World Surplus, 31st. 8, Smollmon Sts. STEEL cab for feep, '69, $100" 258-7759, STOCK Car-Late model, '64 Ford, new engine, ready to jme, 271-2075. TANDEM Axles-S125; Plymouth set-up for drag, $400. 372-4567. FAMOUS" Tires-Token off"" 72 & 73 cars, some 14 & 15" white, $19.50; some glass-belted white, $26.50. Mc-Kean Olds, 5001 Liberty Ave. 683- 3800, TIRES-14) 60 series, while lettered, mounted on aluminum slot wheels $175, 766-6389. ' TIRES-450X14 (3), like new. Diehard battery. 351-5027 before 4. TRANS-Am-Chevv enoine, 350 Cld brand new, professionally built. 12:1, Vallev heads, Weiand, Erson, more. Can be heard running. Suitable for draa or super street. Must sacrilice, $1000. Make offer. 4 American Magnesium wheels, Mxt'i for GM $150. 366-4194. TWO T Mags-14x7'j, Chevy parts, dismantling J65 Impalo 55 9230923. VETTE-427 engine, hi perf., $350" Evenings. 884-7157, . WHITE - TrinT i FO RD - trans, rears & t r a n s m I s s I o n. 925-2493. WRECKER-7! Int., 1700 Loadstar V-8, 4 sod.i 2 SB,, 750x20 tires, 600 Holmes Deluxe body 84 In., CA 2 towina hitches, 1 car, 1 medium truck, 4900 mis., like new cond. 486 2211. Z78, 350 short block, $150; Muncle 4-soeed. $100; Ford chrome rlirn, $15; 396-425 HP engine. $750; '64 Chew positraction, $35 . 466-2288. LARGE 3 sod., heavy cXjty auxiliary trans. 925-2493, WANTED-VW Fsthk. or Sahk. front-end ports or cor for parts. 372-7833. WANTED-USED BRAKESHOES", V.'ATER PUMPS, CARBS, STARTERS, ANY QUANITY. 824-8088. Defense Next In Son's Slay Trial The Pittsburgh Press, Sat., Oct. 20, 1973 J7 Accused In Death Of Father In Mt. Lebanon The prosecution has rested its case in the Criminal Court trial of Richard B. Glenn, charged with murder in the January, 1972, bludgeon-slaying of his 57-year-old father. Asst. Dist. Atty. Terrence McVerry called as his final witnesses yesterday two criminalists from the city-county crime laboratory to testify about their analysis of evidence discovered in the investigation of the death of Dr. Richard A. Glenn. Dr, Glenn's body was found Jan. 1, 1972, on a rural road near Weirton, W. Va. He had died from multiple skull fractures. . Peter Marone, a member of the crime lab mobile unit, testified he tested bloodstains found on a hatchet and at various places in the basement of the Glenn home on Clemson Drive, Mount Lebanon, determining that they were blood Type O, the same as the victim's. He also said a heavy log and numerous towels, recovered by state police In plastic bags where the defendant allegedly threw them along Curry Hollow Road, also liad Type O bloodstains on them. W i 1 1 a r d C. Stuver, chief criminalist, said hairs found on the log were examined microscopically and, in his opinion, matched Dr. Glenn's hair. ' The defense will open its case Monday before the jury of seven woman and five men in the courtroom of Judge James F. Clarke. Michael Lit-man, of the public defender's office, is representing Glenn, 28. The Pittsburgh Press Mayors' Notebook By GEORGE SWETNAM William J. Diehl was the last of a long line of Pittsburgh mayors tied to the old Flinn-Magee political ring and was able to serve only two years of his term before being ousted in a fight for Republican control in the state. Diehl was born in this city Jan. 22, 1845, a fourth generation Pittsburgher. His parents were William V. and Jane Elliott Diehl. His great-grandfather, another William Diehl, was one of the organizers of the German Luthern Church here. Young Diehl attended Western Academy and as a boy worked in a brush store in which his family had an interest. He married Mary B. Graff, who bore him two daughters. Diehl worked in shoe stores and a jewelry store until he got into politics and became a clerk in the sheriff's office. He soon became a deputy sheriff and, in 1873, city bond clerk, serving in that post for five years. Later he became business manager of a news magazine, "The Critic," secretary of the Pittsburgh and Allegheny telephone company and, in 1885, a tax examiner. For 12 years he was in the gas and oil business. He was a Mason and in 1884 served as Master of his lodge, and he was a member of the Keystone Bicycle Club. After serving as a school director, Diehl won a position in Select Council in 1898, probably in preparation for his race for Mayor. His Democratic opponent was John C. O'Donnell, whom he defeated by a more than 2-1 margin. ? :.No, 35 In A Series During his term, Andrew Carnegie announced plans for a new school which has become Carnegie-Mellon University. The Flinn-Magce political ring had been feuding for years with Matthew Stanley Quay of Beaver, Republican political boss of the state. In 1901, they introduced a municipal charter bill to annex Allegheny (the North Side) which was Quay territory. Quay forces amended it to leave out the annexation, The jury has heard the prosecution testimony of Debra Talkington, 19, who said she heard the sounds of the slaying while hiding in the closet of the Glenn home. WILLIAM J. DIEHL pril 3, 1S99 - April 6, 1901 Republican making It a ripper, to replace the office of mayor in Pittsburgh with a recorder named by the governor. The bill passed March 7, and Christopher Magee died the following day. Diehl was removed from office 30 days later and replaced by Recorder Adam M. Brown. Following the ouster, Diehl returned to business and, at the time of his death on Sept. 22, 1929, was an official of Arkansas Natural Gas Co. His wife died in 1899, shortly before he.' became mayor. They are buried in Allegheny Cemetery. She said she heard thudding noises and the defendant scream, "Die you . . . die!". She later saw Dr. Glenn lying on the basement floor in a pool of blood with a hatchet and log beside him. She said Glenn, the victim's , adopted son, ordered her 10 help clean up the blood, then said he placed the body in the trunk of his car and drove to West Virginia, where the body was dumped. Leisure Time How To bpend It ART AND LITERATURE ARTISTS' AND CRAFTSMEN'S GUILD, Tho North Hills Art Center, 3432 Babcock Blvd. Fourteenth Annual Art Exhibit of paintings, crafts, sculDture and pottery through Oct. 31. Ooen 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. Tuesday throuoh Friday and 1 to 5 o. m. Saturday and Sunday. Free. ARTS AND CRAFTS CENTER, Fifth and Shady avenues. Associated Artists of Pittsburgh presents "A Block and White Show," through Nov. 11. Gallery Upstairs features a one-mon show of etchings by Saie Shapiro. Both galleries are open 2 to 5 p. m. tomorrow ond 10 o. m. to 5 P. m. Tuesday through Saturday. Free. CARNEGIE LECTURE HALL, Oakland. History of Film Series presents "Night Mail," "The Plow Thot Broke the Ploins," and "The Spanish Earth," 7:30 p. m. tomorrow. Free. Directors Series presents "The Master of the House," I p. m. Tuesday. Independent Film Maker presents Hillary Harris and several of his films, 1:30 p. m. Thursday. CARNEGIE LIBRARY, Oakland. Photos of the working people prior to 19:0 through October. Open 2 to 5 p. m. tomorrow ond 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. Monday through Saturday. Free. CENTRAL BLOOD BANK OF PITTSBURGH, uptown. Paintings by Nancy Diana Gorr on display through Nov. Open 8:30 a. m. to 0:30 p. m. Monday through Thursday; 8:30 a. m. to S p. m. Friday and Saturday and 11 a. m. to 4 p. m. Sunday. COLLEGE THEATRE, Chatham College. De-oarlment cf drama presents "Act Without Words I," "Act Without Words II," ond "Interview," 8:30 tonight. DAVID LAWRENCE HALL, International Film Series presents "Execution In Autumn," 8: IS p. m. Wednesday. HUNT LIBRARY, Carnegie-Mellon University. Exhibition of calligraphy by Evangeline M. Lewis throunh Oct. 31. Ooen 8:30 a. m. to S p. m. Monday through Friday. Palntlnas and drawings by Frederick Woloole ond photographs by Dr. Edward Avensu through Feb. 28. Onen 9 a. m. to 5 0. m. Monday through Friday. Free. INTERNATIONAL POETRY FORUM, feotur. Ing Adrlenne Rich, 8:15 p. m. Wednesday, Carnegie Lecture Hall, Oakland. IVY SCHOOL OF PROFESSIONAL ART, 207 Market St., downtown. Graphic desian ond Pho-toarophy by Lester Fried throuah October. Ooen 8:30 a. m. to 4:30 p. m. Monday throuah Friday. Free., MUSEUM OP ART. Corneole Institute, Oakland. An exhibit of art oblects which Includes 16th ond 17th century tapestries, carpeting, furniture and art on display. Continuing for on Indefinite period, Chinese and Japanese Ivories ond enamsls from the H. J. Heinz Collection. Paintings bv Girts Purlns on display through tomorrow. Open noon to 5 p. m. tomorrow, 10 a. m. to 9 p. m. Tuesday ond 10 a. m. fa 3 p. m. Wednesday throuah Saturdov. Free. PITTSBURGH NATIONAL BANK, Brownsville Rood, Carrlrk. Collection of paintings by Jeanne Will on display through October. Open 9 o. m. to 4 p. m. Monday throuah Thursday and 10 a. m. to 8 p. m. Friday. Free. PORTER HALL, Cathedral of Learning. German Film Series presents "Wlr Wunderklnder," 4:30 p. m. WMnedav. Free. SELMA BURKE ART CENTER, 118 Penn Circle South, East Liberty. Oils, oil pastel, pencil, wotercolors and sculpture by Richard T. Satterwhlte on display through Oct. 27. Ooen 10 a. m. to 5:30 p. m. Tuesday throuoh Friday. STUDIO THEATRE, "The Feast," anff "Waiting for the Bus," 8:30 p, m. Friday, Cathedral gf Learning, University of Pittsburgh. JUST LOOKING ALLEGHENY OBSERVATORY, Rlvervlew Park, Norm Side. Tours ond illustrated lectures including telescopic viewing depending on weather. Bv reservations only. Call 321-2400. Free. ARDEN TROLLEY MUSEUM, Arden Down! Industrial Park, North Moin Street, Washington, Washington County. Owned and operated bv the Pennsylvania Railway Museum. See IS museum trolleys, 12 of which are still operational, dating back to 1894 and "A Streetcar Named Desire." Open 1 to 6 p. m. Saturdays, Sundays ond holidays throuah Oct. 28. BUHL PLANETARIUM, North Side, current Iky show "Inside-Out Infinity" at 2:15 ond 8:15 p. m. daily; with extra shows 11:15 a. m. Saturday ond 4:15 p. m. Sunday; on display NASA Man-In Space. Open from 1 to 5 and to 10 p. m. daily, 10:45 a. m. to 5 p. m. and 7 to 10 p. m. Saturday and 1 to 10 p. m, Sunday. For Information coll 321-4300. LAUREL CAVERNS, Route 40 east of Union-town ond five miles south of the Mount Summit Inn. Pennsylvania s largest caverns formed by two types of limestones; picnic area has view of seven counties. Open 10 a. m. to dusk daily. DUQUESNE INCLINE-Spectacular view of the city's three rivers on ride up and down Mount Washington, leaves from W. Carson Street near Fort Pitt Bridge romo. Operates 7 a. m. to I a. m. Sunday and 5:30 a. m. to 1 . m. Monday through Saturday. GATEWAY CLIPPER, Gotewov Portv Liner, Good Ship Lollipop, Three-Rivers Sightseeing, narrated lock trips, dinner cruises. For Information call 391-4054. MONONGAHELA INCLINE - City's skyline Itretches out bfore you on ride up and down hillside starting from south end of Smlthfield Street Bridge. Group 'ate for tourists. Dally S:30 a. m. to 12:30 a. m through Saturday ond 8:45 to midniaht Sunday. PAT TOURS, buses leave at 9:45 o. m. tomorrow for Faliinowotrr rear Ohlopyle and ot 7 a. m. Wednesday for Hershey and o tour of o chocolate factory, flower gardens and a country store, Irom Mellon Sauare, downtown. For Information call 391-5255. t LOOK AT HISTORY SPORTS PENGUINS HOCKEY, I tonight vs. California and 7:30 p. m. Wednesday vs. Montreal, Civic Arena. MUSIC PITTSBURGH OPERA, "Barber ef StvllH," 1:15 tonight, Heinz Holl, downtown. ORGAN RECITAL, featuring Paul Koch, I p. m. tomorrow, Carnegie Music Hall, Oakland. Free. CONCERT, featuring the music of Bach one! Rameou, 8:30 p. m. Tuesday, Frlck Fine Arts Biilldlno, University of Pittsburoh. Free. MOODY BLUES, I p. m. Thursday, Clvle Arena. MAYNARD FERGUSON, I 30 p m. Thursday, Student Union, Duauesne University. PENNSYLVANIA BALLET, 8 tonight, Helnl Hall, downtown. SWJMMfNG CHATHAM CENTER, Indoor heated pool, 11 8. m. to 9 p. m.. dolly, Chothom Center Motel Lodae, uptown. For Informotion coll 391-5000. GREATER PITTSBURGH SWIM CLUB, 517 Twin Oik Drive, Penn Hills, Swimming ond sauna. For Information coll 793-8503 or 241-5230. SALVATION ARMY, 424 Third Ave. Indoor heated pool. Call for time and schedule, 261-3977, after 6 o. m. ALLEGHENY COUNTY SPORTS HALL OP FAME, South Pork Fairgrounds. Honors county natives and residents who have made malor contributions to all forms of othletics. Open 1 to 6 p. m. Saturdays and from noon to i o. m. Sundays. Free. BLOCK HOUSE -Last remaining blf of original Fort Pitt, Point Stole Pork, 9:30 a. m. to 1 p. m. Monday through Saturdoy and 2 to D m. Sunday. Free. FLAG PLAZA, Uptown. Historical movie on American flag and flag ceremonies by Scout units. Special showings arranged tor groups by contoctino Allegheny Trails Council, 527 Flag Plaza, Pittsburgh. Free. For Information call 471-iW. FORT LIGONIER MUSEUM, South Market Street, Llgonier. Reconstructed tort with French and Indian War collections. Open 9 0. m. to dusk dolly, weather permitting. HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF PITTSBURGH, 4338 Bigelow Blvd., Ooklond. Exhibits of pointings and artlfocts relating to Pittsburgh and Western Pennsylvania, glass display from the 10th and early 20th century, library ond archives. Ooen 9:30 a. m. to 4:30 p. m. Tuesday throuoh Friday and 9:30 a. m. to 12:30 p. m. Saturday. Free, For information call 481-5533. MILLER HOMESTEAD (Old 5tone Manse), South Park Mansion, where the 192 Whisky Rebellion began. Open noon to 4 p. m. tomorrow, ond 10 a. m. to 3 p. m. Tuesday through Saturday. For Information call (835-4810). Free. SOLDIERS AND SAILORS MEMORIAL HALL, Oakland. Mementos of realments of oil wars. Including "Pittsburgh's Own," and Legion of Volor pirtures. citotinns of local heroes. Ooen 9 a. m. to 4 n. m. Mondoy through Friday and 1 to 4 o. m. Saturday, Sunday and holidays. Free. SPORTS MUSEUM AND THEATER. Soortl Holl of Fame, Three Rivers Stndium, Gate C. Open during sports events only. For Information call 323-1230. STEELERS FOOTBALL, 1 O. m. tomorrow VI. New York Jets, Three Rivers Stadium. PITT FOOTBALL, 1:30 o. m. next Saturday VS. Now, Pitt Stndium, Ooklond. HARNESS RACING, The Meadows, Washington County, 7:30 p. m. Tuesday through Saturdoy. THOROUGHBRED RACING, Woterford Park, 7:15 p. m. Monday through Saturdoy. BIRDS, BUDS, BEASTS AQUA ZOO ond TWILIGHT ZOO, Highland Park. Open daily, 10 a. m. to inn. CARNEGIE MUSEUM, Oaklond. Permanent exhibits: wildlife, dinosaur, marine, Insect ond Invertebrate, tossll, mammal, Pai'ozoic, bird and reotile, botany, American Indian, Ashdod excovotions. ancient Near East, ancient gloss gnd hobby hall. Ooen 10 a. m. to 9 p. m. Tuesday; 10 a. m. to 5 p. m. Wednesday through Saturday and noon to 5 p. m. Sunday. Fret. CONSERVATORY AVIARY, Alieaneny Com-'' mons, North Side. Exciting bird exhibits. Huoe gloss module houses a living tropical American -marsh. Open 9 a. m. to 4:30 p. m. dally. Saturdays free. EXHIBIT FARM, Round Hill Road, lust eost M Routes 51 and 48 nor Elizabeth. Ooen noon to 8:30 0. m. Tuesday through Sunday. Free. For ln formation call 327-0338. OLD MacDONA' rv$ FARM, six miles west nf Butler on route 422. Includes child's tour (arm, horse rides, pony rides, cow milking, egg gather. Ino, and guided tours. Open 10 a. m. to p. m. , weekends only through Oct. For Information 865-2280. PHIPPS CONSERVATORY, Schenley Park. Open 9 a. m. ,o 5 p. m. dally. Free. PITTSBURGH ZOO-Nenrly 2,000 birds, reptMH nd other animals In Highland Park, Eost End. Ooen 10 a. m. to 5 0. m.. doily WILDLIFE AREA, South Park See buffalo, deer, pheosant, ond other wild fowl. I 0. m. to dusk dally. ROLLER SKATING ARDMORE ROLLER SKATING PALACE, 2400 Ardmore Boulevard, Forest Hills. BETHEL ROLL ARENA, Industrial Boulevard, Bethel Park. CRAFTON ROLLER SKATING CLUB, 70 t. Crofton Ave., Cratton. NEVILLE ROLLER DROME, Third Street, Neville Island. MONROE BOWL, 4121 Northern Pike, Monroe-vlll. OUTDOORS BOYCE PARK. Nature wolks 2 B. m. Sunday and 10.30 a. m. Saturdoy from New Bovoe . Nature Center, Old Fronkstown Road. Nature films 11 o. m. Saturday ond 3 o. m. Sunder, Four Seasons Activity Center (327-7311). Free. NORTH PARK, Noture walks, 2 p. m. Sunday ond 10 a. m. Thursday from Skating Rink and 7:30 p. m. Tuesday from Latodoml Barn, Brown Lane. WE5TERN PENNSYLVANIA CONSERVANCY. Nature reserves In Beaver, Butler ond FoveHe counties. Follingwoter. the house designed by Fronk Llovd Wright tours hy reservation only, Call 232-DO60. All tours conducted 10 0. m. to 4 0. m. dally except Monday. PARKS ICE SKATING ALPINE ICE ARENA, 292u McKelvey Rood, Wilkin',burg, neor Exit 10, Parkway Eat. For schedule and Information call 731-7711. ICE PALACE, Monroevill Mall. Coll for schedule 372 2652. NORTH AND SOUTH PARKS. Open fw the sea-ion healnnlng Thursday. Con for schedule ond Information 935-1280 and 833-1199. SEWICKLEY ICE SKATINO ARENA, f"0 of Sewickley Bridge, Sewickley. Call for schedule ond Information 741-3020. BOYCE PARK. Monroevllle ond Plum boroughs, hiking and nature trolls. HARRISON PARK, Route 28, Harrison Two. Sremc overview ol Allegheny Volley. Wlldtlower ond hiking trails. NORTH AND SOUTH PARKS, oolf, tennis, horseback riding, Ice skating, and blcycllna. ROUNDHILL PARK, Elizabeth, hiking end nature trails. SETTLER'S CABIN PARK, Collier Two. Open ell vear, playground available. STORY BOOK FOREST, Route 30, Lloonler. Your favorite story book cbarorterj brought to life. Open 10 a. m. to 5 p. m. Saturdays and Sundays only throuoh October. (Information on county parks available bv eon. Inrtmg Allegheny County D'Oatment of Parks, Room 325 County Office Building, Pittsburgh, Pa. 15219 or by calling 355-4241.) WINTHROP I'LL HAVE 6CME ( CORR9... LEMONADE. J I OLD OUT. If W1Sy)U.lf..TM In I)! fit 0 THEN VHV DONt MOJ CL026 DOWN VOGR 6TAND? (5 3 CKlU BECAUSE- IMTOO MOJNGTO RETIRE 5 A (HAS

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