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Poge 20 —Tuesday, December 6, 1988 / '(She 3"bian« (gazette Fcrnrtf* / Accorn P'' ce wishes tatupe? 7 she never met Yount Legal Notices BELLEFONTE, Pa. (AP) — A married woman who helped a convicted murderer escape after befriending him through a prison ministry program wishes she never met the man, her attorney said. "She wants to put the whole phase of her life behind her," said Terrence J. McGowan, attorney for Diane Brodbeck. "She looks back now and says, 'How could I have been so stupid?'" Mrs. Brodbeck, 45, of Wellsville, Pike workers OK new pact HARRISBURG (AP) —Unionized employees of the Pennsylvania Turnpike have agreed to a new contract that calls for 4 percent raises in each of the next three years. Locals 250 and 77 of the International Brotherhood of Teamsters voted 643 to 477 in favor of the three- year agreement, the Turnpike Commission announced Monday. In addition to 4 percent annual raises, the contract eliminates employee contributions to a health and welfare fund and provides hospitalization coverage for retirees with at least 25 years of service, the commission said. The union members rejected a previous contract that negotiators had agreed on. Terms of that pact were not made public. The new contract is retroactive to Oct. 1. pleaded guilty Monday to a conspiracy to escape charge in return for the dropping of other charges against her. She faces up to seven years in prison and as much as a $15,000 fine for criminal conspiracy in Jon E. Yount's escape. In return for the guilty plea, Centre County District Attorney Ray Gricar dropped charges of escape, hindering prosecution and aiding in the consummation of a crime against Mrs. Brodbeck. She had faced a maximum of 14 years in prison if convicted. Mrs. Brodbe'cK and Yount -were arrested June 15 near Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, where they were living under assumed names. Authorities attributed the capture to a tip by a viewer of a May episode of "Unsolved Mysteries," an NBC television show that dramatized Yount's escape. Yount, formerly a teacher at DuBois Area High School in Clearfield County, was serving a life sentence for the April 1966 murder of 18-year- old Pamela Sue Rimer, a student in his honors math class. He escaped from an unsupervised farm detail outside the State Correctional Institution at Rockview. Mrs. Brodbeck, who met Yount in 1985, drove him from the scene and spent as much as $7,500 in savings during the more than two years on the run, authorities said. Mrs. Brodbeck agreed to help Yount, a prison pen pal whom she visited frequently, because he gave her the attention she was missing at home, according to McGowan. "The Jon Yount she knew was not the Jon Yount people in Clearfield County think of," McGowan said. Yount would have found another accomplice if Mrs. Brodbeck hadn't agreed to help him escape, McGowan said. "If it hadn't been Diane, he would have gotten some other woman to carry him away from there. I'm convinced," McGowan said. ,Mrs. Brodbeck was working as a chimney sweep for a Spokane, Wash., company when she was arrested, said William Madden, a Pennsylvania State Police trooper who was in charge of the investigation. Yount was unemployed, Madden said. No sentencing date has been set for Mrs. Brodbeck, but McGowan said he expected it to be in late January. Mrs. Brodbeck has been free on $250,000 property bail. McGowan said he will ask that Mrs. Brodbeck not be sentenced to more time in prison. The mother of two and grandmother of one served 2J£ months in jail following her arrest in Idaho, he said. ""We don't feel she's in need of any further rehabilitation," McGowan said. : In October, Yount pleaded guilty to escape in return for the Centre County District Attorney's office dropping conspiracy charges. He was sentenced to three to seven years in prison. Mrs. Brodbeck declined comment on her case as she left the courtroom with her husband, Chester. I FREE! CLASSIFIED AD IN GAZETTE EXTRA AND PLUS ... When you place a 10-day classified ad in the Indiana Gazette. 1 WE ACCEPT VISA AND MASTERCARD FOR ALL CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING 1 C FRONTPAGE LINES $ Five Words. Per Day goo Indiana 8 a.m.-5 p.m. 412/349-4949 CLASSIFIED Blainvilte, 10 a.m.-Z p.m. 412/459-8800 Punxjulawney, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. 8'4/938-3333 Legal Notices Announcements Sunshine Notices Cards Of Thanks In Memoriams Monuments Lost&Found Personals Entertainment Instructions Special Notices ooe 003 004 005 .006 007. 008 009 012 Real Estate For Sate Realtor Block Houses For Sale Condominiums Town houses Open House Lots & Acreage Farms/Farm Lands Business Property Vacation Property Misc. Real Estate Property Wanted Rentals Apts. Furnished Apts. 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The Budget is available for inspection at the Township Building, Tanoma Road, 'Home, Pa. The Budget will be adopted December 28,1988, at 3:30 P.M. 12/6 NOTICE NOTICE OF WINDING UP PROCEDURES R&MTRUCKING.INC. A Pennsylvania Corporation TO ALL CREDITORS OF R& M TRUCKING, INC.: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that R St M TRUCKING, INC., a Pennsylvania corporation, with its principal office at 134 South Sixth Street, Indiana, Pennsylvania 15701, has filed a Certificate of Election to Dissolve and is winding up its business. RtMTRUCKING.INC. By: Susan Napotnik Acting Secretary Date: 11/2/88 11/29,12/6 NOTICE NOTICE OF INCORPORATION NOTICE is hereby given that under the provisions of the Act of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania of May 5, 1933, P.L. 364, as amended, Articles of Incorporation for K & B DRILLING, INC. were filed with the Department of Slate in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, on October 18,1988. The purpose of purposes of Ihe corporation are as follows: Gas and oil well drilling with unlimited power to engage In and to do any or all lawful business fer nhich corporations may be incorporated under the Business Corporation Law, enacted Mays, 1933 (P.L. 364} as amended. SIMPSON &KABLACK 20 N.7lh Street Indiana, Pa. 15701 12/6 NOTICE William T. Shnlkk, Attorney ESTATE OF PETER BONGIAN1NO, «/k/a PIETOO BONGIANINO, DECEASED EXECUTOR'S NOTICE Letters Testamentary on the Estate of PETER BONGIANINO, a/k/a PIETRO BONGIANINO, late of Burrell Township, Indiana County, deceased, having been granted to the undersigned by the Register of Indiana County, NOTICE is hereby given to all persons indebted to said estate to make immediate payment, and to those having claims against the same to present them to the undersigned, duly authenticated for settlement. TULL10 BONGIANINO Executor R.D.2.BOX4W Blairsville, PA 15717 12/6,12/13,12/20 NOTICE SIMPSON & KABUACK ATTORNEYS (Administrator's) Notice Letters of Administration on the estate of SAM TRIMARCHI, a/k/a SAMUEL TRIMARCHI, a/k/a SALVATORE TRIMARCHI, a/k/a SAM LOUIS TRIMARCHI, a/k/a SAM L. TRIMARCHI, a/k/a SAMUEL E. TRIMARCHI Late of White Township deceased having been granted the undersigned, those having claims against said estate are requested to present them duly authenticated for settlement, and those knowing themselves to be indebted are requested to make prompt payment. Marcella A. Liptak Dixonville, PA 15734 11/22,11/29,12/6 NOTICE Holsinger, Clark & Armstrong NOTICE Letters Testamentary on the Estate of Clifford R. McKeever, late of Conemaugh Township, having been granted the undersigned, those having claims against said estate are requested to present them duly authenticated for settlement, and those knowing themselves to be indebted are requested to make prompt payment. Cliffords. McKeever R.D. l,Boxl71-G Clarksburg, PA 15725 Keith R. McKeever R.D.3,Box880 Homer City, PA 15748 11/29,12/6,12/13 NOTICE Miller, Ursu, Miller and Martin Pamela E. Miller EXECUTRIX'S NOTICE Letters Testamentary on the Estate of Elsie L. McMillen, I ale of Indiana Borough, Indiana County, Pennsylvania, deceased, having been granted the undersigned, those having claims against said estate are requested to present them duly authenticated for settlement, and those knowing themselves to be indebted are requested to make prompt payment. Leaf TIRED of being broke? Get fast cash by selling things you no longer use with a fast action Classified Ad. Call (412) 3494949 or (814) 938-3333. NOTICE Notice is hereby given that MEDSECURE, INC., a Pennsylvania Corporation, having its registered office at One South Main Street, Homer City, PA 15748, has filed a Certificate of Election to Dissolve with the Department of State of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, in Harrisburg, pursuant to and in accordance with the provisions of the Business Corporation Law of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, approved May 5, 1933, as amended, and that the said corporation is winding up its affairs in the manner prescribed by said law, so that its corporate existence shall be ended upon the issuance of a Certificate of Dissolution by the Department of State of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. HOLSINGER, CLARK & ARMSTRONG 935 Philadelphia Street Indiana, PA 15701 11/29,12/6 ify Gene McMillen 314 West Pitt Street Bedford, PA 15522 Executrix 12/6,12/13,12/20 NOTICE " NOTICE OF INCORPOHATION NOTICE is hereby given that under the provisions of the Act of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania of May 5, 1933, P.L. 364, as amended, Articles of Incorporation tor COLONIAL TOYOTA, INC., fere filed with the Department of Suite in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania of October 24,1988. I The purpose or purposes of the corporation areas follows: The corporation shall have unlimited power to engage in and to do any lawful act concerning any or all lawful business for which corporations may be incorporated under the Pennsylvania Business Corporation Law of 1933, as amended. SIMPSON &KABLACK 20 N. Seventh Street Indiana, PA 15701 12/6 NOTICE WILLIAM T.SHU LICK ATTORNEY ESTATE OF; VERA E. HOWARD a/k/a VERA EMMA HOWARD, DECEASED' ADMINISTRATRIX CTA's NOTICE ' Letters of Administration, CTA on the Estate of VERA E.S HOWARD a/k/a VERA EMMA HOWARD, late of Burrell Township, Indiana County, deceased, having been granted to the undersigned by the Register of Indiana County, NOTICE is hereby given to all persons indebted lo said estate to make immediate payment, and to those having claims against the same to present them to the undersigned, duly authenticated for settlement. CAROL ELAINE HOWARD ADMINISTRATRIX, CTA P.O. BOX 195 , Black Lick, PA 15716 11/22,11/29,12/6 TODAY'S best buy* ore in the Classified section. Find what you're looking for. NOTICE Robert S. Bell, Esquire Letters of Administration, c.t.a., on the Estate of MAE K. COULTER, late of the Borough of Saltsburg, Indiana County, deceased, having been granted the undersigned, those having claims against said estate are requested to present them duly authenticated for settlement, and those knowing themselves to be indebted are requested to make prompt payment. Emma Jean Bennett Administratrix, c.t.a. 517 Sunnyland Avenue Pittsburgh Pennsylvania 15227 11/22,11/29,12/6 NOTICE Pierce & Pierce, Attorneys 52 North 7th Street Indiana, Pennsylvania 15701 Letters of Administration on the ESTATE of EMMA D. HAMILTON, late of Indiana Borough, 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 arc requested to make prompt payment. Mrs. Peggy R. Albright Administratrix RD#I, Box 116 Penn Run, PA 15765 12/g, 12/13,12/20 TODAY'S best buys are in the Classified section. Find what you're looking for. NOTICE BLAST NOTICE GLR Mining, Inc., P.O. Box 105, Clymer, PA 15728, SMP #32880105, plans to blast at its site in Pine Township, Indiana County, Monday through Saturday, between 8:00 A.M. and 12:00 P.M., 1:00 P.M. and 5:00 P.M., and 6:00 P.M. and dusk • beginning December 1, 1988 and ending November 30,1989. Blasting at other times will only be in an emergency situation as approved by the regulatory authority. These emergency situations will include but not be limited to: unfit weather conditions, mechanical or electrical failure, and any dangerous conditions to individuals or equipment. Signs will be posted at the mine entrance to control access to the blasting areas, There will be three 10 second signals 5 minutes before detonation and short pulsating signals 1 minute before detonation. An "all clear" signal of 1 prolonged 20 second signal will be given after detonation. A pro-blast structural survey is available upon written request to any resident within one-half ('£) mile of the active blasting area. 12/6 NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT Articles of Incorporation have been filed with the Department of State of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, on October 3,1988, 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. 354, as amended. The name of the Corporation is PINE FLATS REALTY MANAGEMENT, INC. The purpose or purposes for which it was organized are: The corporation shall have unlimited power to engage in and to do any lawful act concerning any or all lawful business for which corporations may be incorporated under the Business Corporation Law. Robert W. Lambert Attorney at Law 1001 Philadelphia Street Indiana, PA 15701 12/6 NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the Supervisors of White Township, Indiana County, Pennsylvania, at their regular meeting to be held on Wednesday, December 14, 1988, at 8:00 o'clock P.M., at their offices at 950 Indian Springs Road, Indiana, Pennsylvania, will consider for reenactment the 1% Realty Transfer Tax, the Earned Income Tax, and the $10.00 Occupational Privilege Tax Ordinances for the calendar year 1989. The above Ordinances in their entirety may be viewed at the Township Office located at 950 Indian Springs Road, Indiana, P.ennsylva- nia 15701. 12/6 NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE Notice is hereby given that Francine D. Rentner, 337 N. 9th Street, Indiana, PA 15701, on November 9,1988, was granted a Temporary Permit by the Pennsylvania State Board of Examiners of Nursing Home Administrators to serve temporarily as the administrator of Cameron Manor, 1515 Wayne Avenue, Indiana, PA 15701. This Temporary Permit has been issued to Francine D. Rentner because of the retirement of the present administrator. This Temporary Permit shall be valid for 6 months and shall expire at midnight, May 31, 1989, and cannot be renewed or extended thereafter. 11/22,11/29,12/6 NOTICE In The Court Of Common Pleas Of Indiana County Pennsylvania Orphans'Court Division N0.324S4CZ In re: Adoption of Shane M. Loftus, a minor NOTICE TODAVIDBISHOP: A Petition has been filed asking the Court to put an end to all rights you have to your child, Shane M. Loftus. The Court has set a hearing to consider ending your rights to your child. That hearing wil! be held at the Indiana County Courthouse, in Courtroom No. 1, on the 6th day of January, 1989, at 9:00 o'clock A.M. If you do not appear at this hearing, the Court may decide that you are not interested in retaining your rights to your child and your failure to appear may affect the Court's decision on whether to end your rights to your child. You are warned that' even if you fail to appear at the scheduled hearing, the hearing will go on without you and your rights to your child may be ended by the Court without your being present. You have a right to be represented at the hearing by a lawyer. You should lake this paper to your lawyer at once. If you do not have a lawyer or cannot afford one, go to or telephone the office set forth below to find out where you can get legal help. Court Administrator Indiana County Courthouse Indiana, Pennsylvania 15701 (412) 465-3955 12/6 NOTICE Notice is hereby given that Don- ray Industries, Box 225, Armagh, PA 15920, is applying for release of bonds from the Department of Environmental Resources of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Application for release is being made for two separate permit numbers. Permit No. 102490-32833055-01; issued November 26,1984; covers 23.7 acres and is located in East Wheatfield Twp., Indiana County, along the soulhwest side of LR 32012 2250 ft. west of PA Rt. 56 and extending 2400 ft. in a westerly direction on the properties of Harry C. Mack. - Permit No. 102490-32793054-02; issued November 19,1984; covers 21.9 acres and is a part of the same mined area and is in the same location as permit no. 102490-32833055-01. Permit No. 102490-3283305541 is covered by 151,300.00 bond and a release of $30,780.00 is sought. Permit No. 102490-32793054-02 is covered by 34,900.00 bond and a release of $27,540.00 is sought. The entire areas of both per mi Is have been backfilled and regraded to approximate original contour, lopsoil has been replaced, and the areas have been seeded and mulched. Effective sedimentation and erosion control measures have been constructed and maintained. Work was completed on the sites on September 24,1988. Written comments, objections, and requests for a public hearing or informal conference may be submitted to: Deparlmcnt of Environmental Resources; RD #3, Wilmore Rd.; P.O. Box 625; Ebensburg, Pa. 15931. This notice will be published in the Indiana Gazette once per week for four consecutive weeks and Ihc last date to file comment or objection is thirty days after thee date of the last time this notice is published. This application for bond release is requested pursuant to 4(d) of the Surface Mining Conservation Act of May 31,1945, P.L. 1198, as amended. 11/29,12/6,12/13,12/20 002 Sunshine Notices INDIANA Borough — The regular meetings of the Indiana Borough Planning Commission will be held in the Council Meeting Room, 80 North 8th Street, at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, January 18, February 15, March 15, April 19, May 17, June 21, July 19, August 16, September 20, October 18, November 15 and December 20, 1989. This no-' tice is published in compliance with Act 84 of the General Assembly. E.W. Harkless, Secretary. The right day for optimists By JAMES JACOBY Four spades was a good contract but was in jeopardy against best defense. With four trumps headed by the ace, West rightly judged that his best chance of defeating the game con- 003 Cords Of Thanks The family of Marie Danner Doody would like to thank all who comforted them during the recent toss of their mother and grandmother. The flowers, masses, visits, cards, memorial contributions, food, and especially the prayers were very much appreciated. We thank the 3rd floor nursing staff and Drs. Hanna, Seh- kon and McDowell for their care and consideration. Our sincere thanks to Father Joe and Father Mack for their comfort and prayers. John and Ann, Bill and Romayne and grandchildren Gina, Kathleen, Ann and Bill. NORTH *J 108 VQ85 »J7 + A K 10 9 3 1Z-6-88 WEST 4 A532 VK962 • 64 4874 EAST *7 VA J73 » Q 10 3 b 3 2 *62 SOUTH 4KQ964 ? 104 » AK8 + Q JS Vulnerable: North-South Dealer: South West Pass Pass Pass North East 24 34 Pass Pass Pass Pass South 14 34 44 The wife and family of Arthur I. Weiss wish to express our thanks to those who helped and thought of Arthur, myself and our family during his sickness and death. Our deep sorrow is hard to bear, we know, without the comfort, love and prayers of our relatives, friends and neighbors. Also we want to thank each one for the flowers, cards, money donations, food and the women that had the dinner. We want to thank the ICU, Dr. Hatcher and his staff and Rev. William Fish for his prayers. The Bowser-Minich Funeral Home for their kindness and help. It will always be remembered and God Bless you all. The Family of Arthur L. Weiss. Opening lead: V 2 tract was to find weakness in the heart suit and start pumping declarer out of trumps. So he led a heart. East took the jack and played back a heart to West's king, and West continued with the third round. Viewing the deal as routine, declarer ruffed and banged down the king of spades. West played low. A low spade to the 10 in dummy came next, and West naturally played low once again. Declarer was now up against it. Another spade would be taken by the ace; then the play of the fourth heart would drive South out of trumps. But a chance does exist for declarer, if he doesn't give up. A pessimistic declarer would now play A-K of diamonds and ruff a diamond, but that would let West shed a low club. The optimist does it differently. He will play three rounds of clubs, hoping that West must follow. When that is the case, South can play AK and ruff a diamond. That leaves West incapable of using his small trump for any useful purpose. Note that declarer might be set two tricks if West is able to ruff the third club. (He would then cash the ace of spades and exit with a heart, leaving South with a later diamond loser.) But the game bonus justifies the play. James Jacoby's books "Jacoby on Bridge" and "Jacoby on Card. Games" (written with his father, the late Oswald Jacoby) are now available at bookstores. Both are published by Pharos Books. Newspaper Enterprise Assn. 012 Special Notices 015 Houses Far Sale 004 In Memoriarni In loving memory of Max Zahoransky who passed away a year ago today. Today brings back sad memories. Of a loved one gone to rest; And those who think of him today, Are the ones who loved him best. To some he may be forgotten. Or something in the past; But to us who cared and loved him. He's always in our hearts. Yes, we miss him, No words could even say; It's lonely here without him, No one can take his place. Loved and sadly missed by Daughter, Son, Ron, and Grandchildren. In special memory of Margaret J. Williams who passed away November 29, 1988. One week ago today God called you home. The hard years of anguish and trying to cope were ended. You were special in God's own way. You'll five in our hearts every day. Gone but never forgotten, This is our way of saying goodbye. Rest in peace, Ail your friends who knew and loved you. Also, Ann's guest home and guest. NO Deer hunting on the Henry property near Luciousboro. ANYONE witnessing accident on 7-23-88 between milk truck and Subaru on Rt. 119 near Black Lick. Please call 367-0296. CHRISTMAS SALE Greenware, bisque, paints and brushes on sale beginning Sat., Dec. 3. Lockard Ceramic, Homer City, Hours: Sat. and Sun, 1-5; Mon.-Thurs., 6-9. Closing for Christmas Dec. 13. Real Estate For Sale 015 Houses For Sole 006 Lost And Found FOUND — female Doberman wearing collar in Willet {5 points area). Ph. 397-4331. FOUND — male Beagle with short tail. Phone 349-1144. LOST — Ladies eyeglass, rose colored rims, possible near llth St., Indiana. Phone 349-2699. TURN to Classifieds for hard to find items. 007 Personals Announcements 002 Sunshine Notices INDIANA Borough — The regular meeting of the Indiana Borough Council will be held in the Council Meeting Room, 80 North 8th Street, at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, January 3, February 7, March 7, April 4, May 2, June 6, July 4, August 8, September 5, October 3, November 7 and December 5, 1989. This notice is published in compliance with Act 84 of the General Assembly. E.W. Harkless, Secretary. INDIANA Borough — The regular meetings of the Indiana Borough Parking Authority will be held inthe Council Meeting Room, 80 North 8th Street, at 12:00 noon on Friday, January 27, February 24, March 31, April 28, May 26, June 30, July 28, August 25, September 29, October 27, November 24, and December 29, 1989. This notice is published in compliance with Act 84 of the General Assembly. E.W. Harkless, Secretary. DIVORCE — $175 + court costs. No fault. Free consultation. Attorneys: Merritt & Pureell. Ph. 1-800-635-2419. NEED A MASTERCARD/VISA in a hurry? Guaranteed program regardless of history. For manual and application call us. 1-315-733-6063 Ext. M-2823. TWO discounted round trip tickets from Pittsburgh to Reno, $300 each. Leave Pittsburgh 12-23-88 return 1-2189. Phone Keith at 412-3573547. BY owner - raised ranch brick- to-grade, paved driveway, 3 bedrooms, 3 baths. Large finished family room with woodbumer and integral garage. City water and sewage on '/a acre lot. Owner relocating. $63,000. Ph. 459-5553. CENTURY 21 #593. All roads lead here fast! Close to shopping, schools, churches. This 1 story, 2 bedroom is convenience plus! Don't buy further off! ROGER STONE AGENCY, 349-5810. CONDO PRICED INTHE40'S! See this 2 bedroom center of town condo with kitchen built- ins. It's convenient to everything. PETE STEWART REALTY, 463-0715. Evenings, 465-2296. GIPSY — 2 story, gas heat, new carpet, 3 bedrooms, garage. Ph. 814-845-7355. GOVERNMENT Jobs! $18,037 to $69,405. Immediate hiring! Your area. Call (Refundable) 1-518-459-3611 Ext. F1827 for Federal list 24 hrs. Norma WHITE Realty CALL ANYTIME! Indiana Office 349-1501 OR CALL: Marsha Delaney, 463-7944 Kathy Craven, 349-0946 Carolyn Fritchman, 349-0744 Steve White, 349-9093 Don Beck 354-2519 Jan Miles 349-5646 Carol Gemmell 463-7605 Blairsville Office 459-5372 Doc Richards, 459-8994 Patty Sulkosky 459-6405 CALL OR STOP IN FOR INFORMATION ABOUT OUR NEW LISTINGS! Everyone Should Live In A "WHITE" House PETE STEWART REAL ESTATE •Indiana, PA — Center of town, 2 bedroom condo. Near stores, churches, banks and etc. Off street parking. Only $44,500. •Blairsville — 2 bedroom ranch home with fireplace, garage, huge lot. Seller anxious, $35,500. •Marion Center — Large 2 story frame, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, targe garage, maintenance free exterior. Must be sold to sell estate. Priced right. $35,900. •Hillsdale, PA — Holly Park mobile home with large sun porch, mud room and laundry. Excellent 16x24 frame garage. Large lot. Ideal for young couple or retirement home. Excellent offering for $21,000. •Cherry Tree area — One story frame, 3 bedrooms, practically new. Built in 1984. 3'/2 acre lot. Reduced to $41,000. You can be home for Christmas. Call today! Phone 463-0715. No Sunday showings. 019 Lots And Acreage CHOICE Lots — Brookwood Estates. City water and . sewer; all underground utilities, paved streets with curb. City comfort - counlry charm. Call 412-465-2493. WOODED !and — 18V4 acres, Clarksburg area, $20,000. Phone 459-8664 before 6 p.m. 021 Business Property APARTMENT Complex boar- oering IUP. Gross $40,000/ year, $185,000. Reply to Box A-9, %lndiana Gazette, P.O. Box 10, Indiana, Pa. 15701. CENTURY 21 #B-219. Restaurant & lounge. '. 10 minutes from Indiana. Rustic interior and exterior. Tremendous income potential. Gener- ', ous long term owner financing. Selling due to ill health. Call for details. ROGER STONE AGENCY, 349-5810. DOWNTOWN Building to " Punxsutawney. First floor, " rental outlet, 2 quality apart- > ments. Second floor, present occupants. Excellent invest- ' ment. Phone 814-938-7970. MALL FOOD FRANCHISE Steady income needs ' owner/manager. Present own- , ers have other interest, re- ' duced for December sale. Phone 412-539-8325 or 412539-0147. 012 Special Notices DOE Hunting — Private land, limited reservations. Phone 479-2762, 8 p.m. to 9 p.m. TIRED of being broke? Get fast cash by selling things you no longer use with a fast action Classified Ad. Call (412) 3494949 or (814) 938-3333. CENTURY21 #209. Hunting & Fishing heaven!! 14x70 3 bedroom mobile home in excellent condition, a few minutes walk to Yellow Creek Beach, totally quality furnished, (even pots and pan). Owner financing available!! Ca!IH ROGER STONE AGENCY, 349-5810. PROFESSIONAL Home Inspections. Radon testing available. R.J. Fridg Company, Inc., 463-3225. WELL maintained, 3 bedrooms, Indiana Schools, many extras. Ph. to inspect 412-478-4256 or 254-2078 after 6 p.m. WHITE Township — East Pike area, 4 bedrooms, gas heat, finished basement on 2 lots. $42,000. Ph. 479-9326. 022 Vacation Property TIME share at Treasure Lake, DuBois, PA. Two bedroom condo, good for one week each year. Can be traded for different weeks at other resorts. Two weeks available for 1989. Phone 465-9722. \ 028 Property Wanted INCOME producing proper- ; ties. Call George Novosel, • INDIANA REALTY, 349-5400. '. LOCAL Agency — soliciting for • "home buyers" to purchase ; a rental site and enter lease ] contract. Will also look at other large homes already 1 owned outside the boro which are for rent. Call 349-1420.

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