The Indiana Gazette from Indiana, Pennsylvania on January 15, 1955 · Page 10
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PAGE TEN INDIANA EVENING GAZETTE, INDIANA, PENNSYLVANIA, SATURDAY. JANUARY 15,1955. ItJNNf BUCINBM ·f BEESHBEBUU -I suggest you take error of the i good look at each other to .avoid the fighters just ahead of you!" Two Hams Stolen BALTIMORE (# -- Some yegg s\\iped two "hams" frdm Ben Arkesman's store here yesterday after smashing a window. But he'd better not try to cook up a dish of ham and eggs. The hams were dummies, filled with sawdust. f But You Don't- You're RIGHT SIDE UP when you choose us to do your interior decorating. Plan for Spring -- Phone now! JOHN M. GRAY Taking Over Water Firms NEW YORK UB--Twenty-one operating water properties m Pennsylvania will be acquired by General Waterworks Corp., the firm has announced. The company said yesterday it plans to buy properties now controlled by Gannett, Fleming, Cordry Carpenter, Inc. The principal areas served by the properties are suburban Harrisburg, Hummelstown, Highspire, Mechanicsburg, MarysviUe, East McKeesport, Coudersport, Galeton, Mercersburg, Middleburg, South Fork and WrightsviUe. Waterworks said settlement will take place sometime early this year. About 700,000 shares of General Waterworks common stock will be issued along with about 10,000 'shares of $100 par value five per cent preferred stock. The properties involved in the deal have annual revenues in excess of $600,000 and assets total- ling more than five million dollars P a i n t i n g D r m r H l i i i g R o o f i n g Ac S p o u t i n g R, D. 1 GETTY HEIGHTS Phono IN 5-S071 Ungrateful Dog DETROIT Wl--When the home I where Mrs. Genevieve Green 53, rooms caught on fire yesterday, 1 Mrs. Green took time to scoop up her landlady's dog before fleeing She escaped injury--except for a bite on the hand by an ungrateful dog. Raliegh--Peanut acreage for 1954 IIin North Carolina was estimated at 175,000 acres. The total for 1953 was 184,000 acres. SCHROTH LUMBER CO. Route 80, North PHONE 5-5701 We offer our services to you to provide - you with any building or repair material you need -Large or small your order is important to us. Building--Remodeling Repairing JOHNSTON BROS. Phone 5-6393 or 5-7717 EXPERT REPAIRMEN We Service All Makes ALL KINDS OF HEARING AID BATTERIES HAWK'S Radio Service Phone IN 5-5931 630 Phila. St. INDIANA DELIVERY SERVICE · Light Furniture, Parcels, Laundry General Delivery Service, Indiana and Vicinity Phone Indiana 5-2701--8 A. M. to 6 P. 01. Except Sundays WREXPERTS 1 'i .TMjf . Meets A Body CALL McGILL...5-5641 We specialize in making collision damage disappear . . . but fast! We Repair CARS, BUSES, TRUCKS Our Service Is Complete, Even to Matched Repainting. Always a TOT Truck on Hand. We Repair All Types of ... RADIATORS Cars, Trucks, Shovels, Bulldozers, Tractors, etc.,Quickly, Ex pert K ALL WORK GUARANTEED McGILL MOTORS INC. 20 8. 6th St., Indiana--"McOill Will Fulfill" I'LL MECP WfW THE DISHES, THATS SPECIALTY OF MINE, CMUMf BUT I THQUKT LARD WAS CALLING ON YOUf I START OUT WITH A DRIBBLE -- LIKE THIS--THEM L PNOT. COT BACK TWO STEPS AND THAT SAME WONT BE OVER. FO*. ANOTHER. HALF HOUR. / --AND REMEIWBER. "THAT FASf LOOP SHOT YOU IN TMF . LARD? Ccpr 145.5 t ICA fern*, he. T. U. ·* U S. Pu M. BUTTONS/ YES,I KNOWTHAT,' I WONT60 INTO I I WISH YOU THE TECHNICAL WOULDN'T/ DETAILS OF THE ) I'M ONLY TRACING-- y INTERESTED IN ONE THINS-- I SEE NO REASON WHY YOU SHOULDNT GO AHEAD WITH MARRIAGE, CORY/ YOU CAN HEAR ME LISTENING, DP. MORGAN.' AS 1OU KNOW, I JUST 60T YOUR E.E.G. REPORT, CORY.' in H Pi * O ·fl Pi NATURALLY/ ONLY BEEN IN BUSINESS A WEEK' THIS GUYS A RINGER, ICY/ AND I'M SONNA FIND OUT WHOSE TEAM HF5ON/ COME ON. MISTER/ OF THAT WELL, WELL/ *OU DIDN'T HOBBY' CALLED THE PHONE COMPANY, gUTCH /--THEY DON'T LIST ANV TRlPL- CHEK TV SERVICE"/ YEP! I FIGURED THIS TIME. I MIGHT NOT00 BACK! PLANNED IT THAT WAY MONTHS AGO!-- HAD MY NEW YORK LAWYERS CHECK UPON CERTAIN PEOPLE I KNEW WHEN I WAS A KID... THEY DID A REAL GOOD JOB.MARY WORTH EVERY DOLLAR IT COST I YOU SAID YOU WERE I WA^MARY! SOLD HOLDINGS BEFORE I STARTED HOME THI5TRI 01 o r r T3 O SON! YOU'RE STICKING YOUf? NECK OUT.' BUT, POP! SNOWBALLS WON'T HURT ANVBODYJ Sf-AND YOU (KNOW HAPPENS kTO FOLKS' WHO STICK THEIR NECKS OUT! I DOES YOUR POP ALWAYS · ILLUSTRATE HIS LECTURES LIKE THAT THIS 16 A GARAGE.. I MN'TNO UOCKSNMTWi BESIDES, rrs QUITTIN · TIME! PLEASE 00 3OMETHIN3 SO I CAN OWIVE HOME. 1 THAT WAS UNCAOEDl I KNOW.WXKS.fT'S 90) ~AND IHAVENT HAD MUCH TO CO WITH CgANKS-BSFOBE/ ' THWS QjimS ALL REHT.NV RANCEEWSTRYN6TO FOR.FLORA8EL. J tWUKEME.BUTOUR ACCIDENT HAS UPSET NC TERRIBLY.ANSWERME.OEMt- NORMAN.BUTI MUST CRANK YOU DOWN. LIGHTCAP ELECTRIC CO.I Electric Wiring--Lighting Fixtures--Electric Supplies 285 Phila. St Indiana, Pa. Phone 5-5212 SUNOCO SERVICE STATION "WE NEVER CLOSE" (18 Phila. St Phone IN5-8019 OUT otm WAT BT J. a WILLIAMS) vo vou v^^al^rT TO DRIVE THE NEIGHBORS NAME WITH THAT PCV3' BARK- WHV PON'T VOL) POSOMETMtMe ABOUT IT* SMOW A£ FAST *Gr A CAT KM RUM, AM* KE *ANTS ME TO SHOVEL. |V, A PATHTQACAT DOWN THE WHY MOTHERS- OET Gtf «_ 3 Press Baby Murder Case .Receives Award !For Video Work * PITTSBURGH W) McCaU's FORT WORTH (* -- Attorneys sought today to bolster their contention that accused baby-slayer George Carl Malloy is insane. He is accused of squeezing the life out of his 7-week-old son at the couple's Lake Worth home microphone to Mrs. Doroth Daniel for her "executive service to the community in general" in her work *vith Pittsburgh's educational TV station, WQED. Mrs. Daniel was honored at a Oct. 11. 1954. The 22 -year - old| lunche ° n ^^terday. The magazine Aliquippa, Pa., youth was a soldier' presents ^ven awards annually to stationed at Carlswell Air Force; ^en for outstanding sennce m Base at the time the infant was,*!, fleld ° f . r , aho ^television. j Mrs. Daniel is credited with s am " i raising $250,000 to launch the com- The state is asking the death, munity-sponsored station. penalty. Malloy's attorneys contend their client was insane on the · · i date of the killing and still is in-^lflnt iCGDGrQS sane. j ^ The defendant sat impassive ini^|*0 court yesterday as he heard his t parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Malloy of Aliquippa, tell how he acted " u n u s a 1 " while still in high school. Both said .they believed their son insane. The mother said George complained that school marts "made fun of him" in Aliquippa, that he was sensitive of his small stature, rarely dated girls, and did not participate in school activities. She added that he also felt he tvas not accepted when he attended Geneva College, Beaver Falls, Pa., and St. Vincent College, Latrobe, Pa. vl WASHINGTON UP) -- The Navy icebreaker Atka, heading in toward the antarctic continent, has reported encountering a supersize iceberg, estimated to be over a mill long and 800 feet wide. The Navy reported the Atka sighted the giant berg Wednesday as the ship began heading into Ross Sea bordering the frozen ant- arctic in the one-ship expedition making a survey preliminary to a future large South Polar expedition. Back In Prison Where He Started UNIONTOWN, Pa. UP) -- Robert Smitley, 21, today is back where he started from -- the Fayette County Jail. Police said he was released from the jail in Oct., 1953, after serving 30 days on a morals charge. After tnat, police charge, he started on a career of raising the amounts on postal money orders from $1 'to $100. Police said he a d m i t t e d cashing 1,700 money orders in nine states. He is charged with armed robbery, burglary burglary and larceny. Police said he told them he got his start in the money order operation with a $350 loot from a grocery store holdup. He was arrested Sunday in nearby Coolspnngs. (Subscribe for the Gazette) Gabardine Beautiful 16%-oz. fUyon TOPCOATS Begnlar $25 Vain* $19.75 Reg. $38 Value C9O Cfl All Wool Topcoats 3COaWU And the famous Crestnit comfort control Topcoats that sell from coast to coast at $55 NOW ONLY $35 and your old Topcoat -TRADE-IN that old Topcoat now for a neatly tailored, smartly styled and best fitted Topcoat you ever wore. ROYAL CLEANER A CLOTHIER 1027 Phlla. St. Indiana. Pa. LITE HOUSE ANODIZED ALUMINUM STORM WINDOWS DOORS Will Not Rust or Pit -- Made To Order By J. M. Manufacturing Company R. D. 1 Phone 5-7444 Indiana, Pa. Free Estimates -- F. H. A. Approved -- No Down Payment S Years To Pay--Factory To Home--Sales k Service--No Dealers BILL LOVE'S AUTO SERVICE Front End Alignment--Engine Tune-up and General Repair Work -- Complete Lubrication. ROUTE 422, EAST PIKE--AT KNOTTY PINE INN--PHONE 5-SOM Beat The Spring Price Rise! Sore as shootin' used car prices go up in the Spring. Right now they are at rock-bottom lows at R. A S. MOTOR CO., where in addition you get the best deal in town! '54 Plymouth Hardtop Convertible Fully Equipped '53 Chrysler New Yorker Deluxe Power Steering. Power Brakes '54 Buick Special Sedanette Standard Transmission '51 Plymouth 4-Door Sedan Priced for Quick Sale '50 DeSoto 4-Door Sedan '51 Chrysler New Yorker Sedan One Owner. Very Clean '51 Mercury 4-Door Sedan Radio--Heater--Mercomatic '50 Studebaker Champion 4-Door Sedan A Red Beauty '48 Buick Super A Real Clean Car '50 Plymouth 'retalotorqf%uF!Ud R. S. MOTOR CO. Some Older Models for Tour Consideration NO FINANCE COMPANY TO DEAL WITH OPEN EVENINGS FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE OPP. MANOS THEATER--INDIANA--PHONE 5-4211

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