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Poge 14 — Soturday, August 11, 1984 / (Jaacttc JOHN S. HEITZENRATER, 72, of Reynoldsville RD 3 (Panic), died Thursday Aug. 9,1984, in the DuBois Hospital. A son of Samuel and Rose Low Heitzenrater, he was born April 10, 1912, in North Mahoning Township. Mr. Heitzenrater was a charter mem- berpf the Reynoldsville Gospel Center; former director of REA; a member of the Hemlock Grange; former director of the Washington Mutual Fire Insurance Company; Dairymen's Association; and Na- tiorial Farmers Association. A retired dairy farmer, he had been a resident of the Panic area for the past 55 years. Surviving are his wife, Margaret North Heitzenrater; four daughters: Mrs. Robert. (Virginia) Hill of Barrysburg, N.Y., Mrs. James (Margaret) Garzoni of Charlotte, N.C., Mrs. Robert (Donna) Douthit of,Reynoldsville RD 3, and Ms. Mary Heitzenrater of Reynoldsville RD3; three sons: John of Albany, Ga., Robert of Reynoldsville RD 3, and Ronald of Punxsutawney RD 5; four sisters: Mrs. Carl (Florence) Conrad of Punxsutawney, Mrs. Sarah VanHorn of New Kensington, Mrs. Mary Brennan of Brookville, and Mrs. Berton (Madeline) North of New London; two brothers, Burton Heitzenrater of Reynoldsville RD 2, and Donald Heitzenrater of DuBois; 20 grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by a brother, .Charles Heitzenrater. Friends will be received in the Pifer .Funeral Home, Punxsutawney, 'until 1 p.m. today (Saturday). Viewing will continue from 2-3 p.m. at the Reynoldsville Gospel Center where services will be held at 3 p.m. Rev. Robert Meyers and Rev. S. Glair Heitzenrater will officiate. Interment will be in Lakelawn Cemetery, Reynoldsville RD 3. ' 'FRANCES L. TAUBLER, 79, of Salem, Ohio, died Friday, Aug. 10, 1984, at East Liverpool Extended Care Center, East Liverpool, Ohio. A daughter of Ruben and Agnes Klingensmith Willard, she was born July 22,1905,atWilkinsburg. " Mrs. Taubler was a member of the St. Paul Catholic Church, Salem, Ohio. Surviving are her husband, Francis "Dutch" Taubler and several nieces and nephews. • Friends will be received from 7-9 p.m. ,Sunday at the Stark Memorial Funeral Home, 1014 East State St., Salem, Ohio. Mass of Christian Burial will be offered Monday at 9 a.m. at St. Paul Catholic Church. Interment will be in Grandview Cemetery, Salem, Ohio. MARY E.P. HERMANN, 63, of Marion Center RD 2, died Friday, Aug. 10, 1984, in Scenery Hill Manor, Indiana. A daughter of Earnest and Christene Murphy Perkins, she was born Jan. 4, 1921, at Independence, Miss. l Mrs. Hermann was a registered nurse and housewife. She was a member of the American Nursing Association, League of Women Voters, and the United Methodist Church of Independence, Miss. • Surviving are her husband, Robert M. Hermann; her mother of Coldwater, Miss.; two sons, Martin Hermann of Carlisle and Malcolm Hermann of Baltimore, Md.; three sisters: Mrs. Patricia Shidal of Vale, N.C., Mrs. Frances Hawkins of Livingston, Ala., and Mrs. Jo Flowers of White Rock, N.M. As requested the remains will be cremated and buried in Marion Center Cemetery, Marion Center. A memorial service will be held at a later time. - The Pifer Funeral Home, Punxsutawney, is in charge of arrangements. ANN RENOSKY, 62, of Detroit, Mich., formerly of Beyer, died Thursday, Aug. 9, 1984, at Mt. Carmel Mercy Hospital, Detroit, Mich. A daughter of Joseph and Mary Reno- sky, she was born April 3,1922, at Beyer. -Miss Renosky was a member of Lady Queen of Apostles Roman Catholic Church, Detroit, Mich., and a member of the Christian Ladies and Altar Society. She had been employed by the Burroughs Company for the past ten years. Surviving are four brothers and two sisters: John and Frank of Beyer, Mike of Home RD 1, Paul of DuBois, Mrs. Catherine Gromotskie of Indiana, and Mrs. Victor (Mary) Salerno of Home RD 1; and many nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents; three brothers: Clemens, Andrew, and Stanley. Friends will be received from 2-4 and 79 p.m. Monday at the Donald S. Bowser Funeral Home, Plumville, where the Rosary will be held at 8 p.m. Monday. Mass of Christian Burial will be offered Tuesday at 10 a.m. in the Sacred Heart Roman Catholic Church, Sagamore. Rev. Fr. Raphael Marzilli will be the celebrant. Interment will be in Sacred Heart Church Cemetery. MARY H. "BECKY" FEAHON WINCEK, 41, of Clymer RD 2, died Friday, Aug. 10, 1984, at the Montifiore Hospital, Pittsburgh. She was the wife of Ron Wincek. Friends will be received from 7-9 p.m. Sunday and from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Monday at the Bence Funeral Home, Clymer. A complete obituary will be published in Monday's Gazette. MATRONA "MARY" WALKO, 88, of Twinsburg, Ohio, formerly of Commodore, died Thursday, Aug. 9,1984, in Bedford Hospital, Bedford, Ohio. A daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Maxim • Petrochko, she was born Dec. 28, 1895, at Western Ukrain. Mrs. Walko was a member of St. Michael's Orthodox Greek Catholic Church, Clymer. Surviving are these children: Mrs. Albert (Ann) Buzzelli of Bradenton, Fla., George of Bedford, Ohio, Mrs. William (Betty) Novak of Clearwater, Fla., and Mrs. Andrew (Sally) Gaydosh of Twinsburg, Ohio; nine grandchildren and ,11 great-grandchildren. .'• - She was preceded in death by her husband, Charles in 1973; two sons, Samuel land John; and a daughter, Mrs. Michael (Mary) Patsolic. , Friends will be received from 2-9 p.m. ^Sunday at the Bence Funeral Home, 'Clymer, where Parastas services will be held at 7:30 p.m. Sunday. Requiem Di- 'vine Liturgy will be offered at St. Mi- ,'chael's Church, Clymer, on Monday at 10 •a.m. Rev. Fr. Robert Salley will be the 'celebrant. Interment will be in Oakland .Cemetery, Indiana. MELVTN E. STOVER, 74, of Watertown, Tenn., formerly of Marsteller, died Friday, Aug. 10, 1984, at the University •Medical Center, Lebanon, Tenn. ' (Friends will be received from 7-9 p.m. 'Sunday at the Long Funeral Home, Inc., 'Bamesboro, where services will be held •ft 1 p.m. Monday, Rev. Leland Boring will officiate. Interment will be in i McDowell Cemetery. VICTOR D. McGUIRE JR., 56, of 140 N. Hth St., Indiana, died unexpectedly Friday, Aug. 10, 1984, at the Indiana Hospital. A son of Victor D. and Grace McGuire Sr., he was born Sept. 26, 1927, at Ft.. Wayne, Indiana. A veteran, serving with the U.S. Army i Military Police from 1945 until his retirement in 1972, he served during World War II, the Korean Conflict and the Viet Nam Conflict. He'was retired with the rank of Major. Mr. McGuire was awarded the Bronze Star, the first and second Oak Leaf Clusters and was a former Special Agent, Counter Intelligence Corps as an agent of the Criminal Investigations Division. He was associated for the past 12 years as a member of the faculty of IUP, as an assistant professor with the Department of Criminology, and had formerly served as chair person for that department. Mr. McGuire was an advisor to the Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity. He was currently serving as a Deputy Sheriff and Polygraph Examiner for Indiana County. His memberships include the American Polygraph Association, the American Association of Police Polygraphits, the Fraternal Order of Police, the International Narcotic Enforcement Officers Association, the International Association for Identification, the Academy for Scientific Interrogation, the Lamda Alpha Epison and Tau Kappa Fraternities, the A.P.S.C.U.F. and A.A.U.P. He received his B.S. degree in Law Enforcement and Corrections from the University of Nebraska in 1969; M.P.A. degree from the University of Georgia in 1972; Ed.D. candidate in safety science at W. Virginia University. Surviving are his wife, Paula Jerto McGuire, and his mother, Grace McGuire of Pajmetto, Fla. He was preceded in death by his father. Friends will be received from 7-9 p.m. today (Saturday), and from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Sunday at the Frank T. Mihalcik Funeral Home, Indiana, where funeral ser-' vices will be conducted at 10:45 a.m. Monday. Rev. Fr. Paul Dube' will officiate. Interment will follow in the Westview Cemetery at Avonmore. Military rites will be accorded at graveside by members of the IUP ROTC Unit. A scholarship fund will be designated in Mr. McGuire's memory at IUP, and memorial contributions are suggested to be directed to this fund. MARY JUNE RIDDLE, 65, of Ranter- berry Villa, Danielson, Conn., formerly of Ernest, died Friday, Aug. 10, 1984, at Danielson, Conn. A daughter of Earl and Josephine Bailey Combs, she was born June 23,1919, at Cumberland, Md. Mrs. Riddle had lived in Ernest for 25 years before moving to her present address. She had worked for Slater Food Service at IUP for a number of years. Surviving are a son, Robert L. Riddle of Home; a daughter, Mrs. Larry (Sharon Ann) Johnston of Matthews, N.C.; four grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; and a number of nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband, Charles Robert Riddle on March 28, 1961; and sisters, Imelda and Josephine. Friends will be received from 2-4 and 79 p.m. Sunday at Robinson-Lytle's, Indiana, where services will be held at 11 a.m. Monday. Rev. Bruce Shannon will officiate. Interment will be in Greenwood Cemetery, Indiana. DR. EDWARD J. POLITOSKE, 58, of Santa Ana, Calif., died Friday, Aug. 10, 1984, at Western Medical Center, Santa Ana, Calif. A son of Edward and Gwendolyn Hanley Politoske, he was born Aug. 7,1926, at Manningtpn, W. Va. Dr. Politoske was a veteran of World War II; a graduage of Noter Dame; earned his Medical Doctorate from Temple University; completed residency in Neuro Surgery at Veterans Hospital in Los Angeles, Calif, and was affiliated with hospitals in Orange County for many years. Surviving are his wife, Dana Logresse Politoske; two sons, Edward and Douglas; three daughters: Constance, Andrea, and Edana; these brothers and sisters: Dr. J.L. Politoske of Indiana, Dr. Daniel Politoske of Lawrence, Kan., Mrs. Elizabeth Sekula of Rutherford, N.J., Mrs. Mary Ellen Phillips of Mannington, W. Va., and Mrs. Margaret Boehm of Cannonsburg. Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 11 a.m. Monday in St. Cecelia Church, Santa Ana, Calif. SUNDAY RAY, Helen E., 2 p.m., Wayne E. McNaughton Funeral Home, New Bethlehem MONDAY McGUIRe, Victor D., 10:45 a.m., Mihalcik Funeral Home, Indiana POLITOSKE, Dr. Edward J., 11 a.m., Mas) of Christian Burial, S). Cecelia Church, Santa Ana, Calif. RIDDLE, Mary June, 11 a.m., Robinson- Lylfe's, Indiana STOVES, Metvin E., 1 p.m., tong Funeral Home, Inc., Barnesboro TAUBLER, Frances t., 9 a.m., Sf. Paul Catholic Church (Stark Memorial Funeral Home, Salem, Ohio) WAIKO, Matrorra "Mary," 10 a.m., Requiem Divine titurgy, St. Michael's Church, Clymer (Bence Funeral Home, Clymef) Gold medalist SANTA ANA, Calif. (AP) — U.S. Olympic track star Carl Lewis took time out from his gold hunt to attend a cello concert for peace by Indian guru Sri Chinmoy. Lewis, who seeks his fourth gold medal tonight after winning the 100- and 200-meter dashes and the long jump, appeared on stage with Chin- moy before 5,000 spectators. The guru then played a special song to congratulate Lewis, who is a born- again Christian. Chinmoy, who left India 20 years ago for the United States, is a marathon runner, a watercolorist and author of more than 600 books. Joan Mandate pens cookbook of Fritz' favorites By EVANS WITT AP Political Writer MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — After Democratic presidential candidate Walter F. Mondale talked this week about President Reagan "cooking" the deficit figures, his campaign opened a new front by dealing with cooking in a more traditional way. "The Mondale Family Cookbook" was unveiled Friday by Joan Mondale. It includes recipes by her husband. "Fritz has cooked as a way of relaxing. He learned how to cook from his friend Fran Befera," a, fishing buddy from Duluth, Minn, she told a news conference. The 139-page book also includes recipes by Rosalynn Carter for her cheese ring, Muriel Humphrey for beef soup and feminist Betty Friedan for garlic soup. It even has a recipe for "Fritz's Grits" by.Betty Talmadge, former wife of former Georgia Sen. Herman Talmadge. The cookbook isn't designed for sale. It was paid for by the Mondale for President Committee and will be distributed as thank-you gifts for those who have helped the campaign. If the Republicans responded in kind with a cookbook from Nancy Reagan, Mrs. Mondale said, "I guess we could have a cook-out." While Mrs. Mondale discussed food, her husband plotted campaign strategy Friday at their home in suburban North Oaks. Part of that strategy was revealed on Friday, too. Campaign chairman James A.. Johnson said Mondale will make "a full-scale campaign effort" to try to defeat President Reagan in his home state of California this fall. "We will run aggressively in California. We will spend substantial amounts of money and candidate time in California," Johnson told reporters. Mondale's top strategist also used the cooking metaphor to continue the attack on the Reagan administration's failure to release new deficit projections by the Office of Management and Budget. "They've put them back in the oven and cooking and cooking and cooking," Johnson said. "I think that every day that goes by the suspicion increases that they are cooking up these numbers for political purposes." On the more kitchen-oriented front, Mondale himself was the source for 10 recipes featured in the cookbook. The book, with a color picture of the Mondale family on the cover, contains recipes from the candidate, his wife, his three children, parents, grandparents and friends, as well as menus from his days as vice president under Jimmy Carter. It is illustrated with pictures from the Mondale family album. Actor Deacon heart attack victim at 62 LOS ANGELES (AP) — Actor Richard Deacon, whose comically pompous roles included Lumpy's dad in the TV series "Leave It to Beaver" and Mel in "The Dick Van Dyke Show," has died of'an apparent heart attack. He was 62. Paramedics were called to his home in West Los Angeles and took him to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center where he was pronounced dead Wednesday night, coroner's spokesman Bill Gold said Thursday. Gold said Deacon's death was of "apparent natural causes," possibly a heart seizure. Deacon was a regular on seven series in the 1950s and '60s, including "Leave It to Beaver," in which he played the father of Wally's sidekick Clarence "Lumpy"'Rutherford, and "The Dick Van Dyke Show," where he played the overbearing producer MelvinCooley. Deacon's bald pate, black-rimmed glasses and stern demeanor made him a natural for portraying stuffy bureaucrats in more than 100 films and hundreds of television shows. "He was always the guy with the pocket watch who would look down his nose on people, which was so far from what Richard was really like," said Deacon's manager, Robert Prete. "He liked to say he played characters who didn't know too much, but they didn't know it," Prete said. Deacon was also an avid cook whose microwave cookbook has sold' more than 1.7 million copies, Prete said. Deacon had a syndicated TV cooking show in Canada and "he was just about to start a home video on the same subject and a syndicated show for the States," Prete said. Born May 14, 1922, in Philadelphia, Deacon began acting while studying for a medical career at Ithaca College in New York. After a few years at a community theater in Tulare, Calif., he decided to take a shot at the movies. Deacon's feature films included the original "The Invasion of the Body Snatchers," "Good Morning, Miss Dove," and "The Birds," He also made guest appearances on such television shows as "The Twilight Zone," "I Love Lucy," "The Jack Benny Show," "The Love Boat," "Trapper John, M.D." and "Alice." Johnson is the source for one of the least-difficult recipes. An intense political pro known for his lack of interest in such matters as cooking, Johnson provided a recipe for "Hot dogs and Tab." It includes detailed instructions on boiling and serving hot dogs, such as "When the hot dogs are fully cooked, take them from the saucepan and place them between the two halves of the buns-lengthwise." This cuisine "tastes best during the evening television news," the book says. But the book doesn't even provide a hint about how to make the Democratic presidential candidate's favorite meal — a cheeseburger. Mrs. Mondale said she is not worried about his "cheeseburger addiction," despite his mild case of high- blood pressure. "I have a very difficult time acting as a doctor because he wants to know how many years I went to medical school," she said. "I think the reason he is a healthy man, despite the cheeseburger addiction, is that he is very happy doing what he . is doing. His mental attitude is so good, I don't worry about that." INDIANA HOSPITAL Birth for July 22 Charles and Rosemary Mitchell, Black Lick, girl. Births for Aug. 10 David and Shirley Thomas, Indiana RD 2, boy; Larry and Valentina Kiser, 206 N. Manor St., Marion Center, girl. James and Christine Miller, Brush Valley, boy. Admissions for Aug. 10 Melissa D. Stancombe,.785 S. 2nd St., Indiana; Charles W. Dixon, 219 S. Morrow St., Blairsville; Cynthia J. Postgate, Homer City RD 3; Helen E. Shabella, 113 Whittier Dr., Indiana; Timothy Ray Culbertson, Indiana RD 4. Ryan C. Granata, Indiana RD 6; John E. Frederick, Josephine; Ethel I. McCoy, Shelocta RD 1; Russell T. Dailey, Clune. Discharges for Aug. 10 Evan R. Altemus, Brush Valley; Gregory Scott Berkey, Indiana RD 5; Blanche A. Cochran, Indiana RD 5; Donna Jean Detwiler and infant, Dayton; Elaine Harkins, Clymer RD l. Donald G. Higgins Sr., Glen Campbell; Margo E. McAdoo and infant, 3095 Warren Rd., Indiana; William C. McGee, Homer City RD 3; Deborah A. Mitchell and infant, 310 Maple St., Indiana; Kenneth L. / Pearce, Cherry Tree RD 1. Ruby D. Pickard, Indiana; George E. Rainey, Indiana RD 6; Pauline N. Small, Arcadia; Harold L. Tressler, 177 E. Chestnut St., Blairsville. PUNXSUTAWNEY HOSPITAL Birth Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Smith, Hamilton, boy.. Prince Albert, consort of Queen Victoria, died of typhoid in 1861. Admissions Angela L. Titus, Marchand; Mrs. Richard Butler, Punxsutawney RD 1. Discharges . Mrs. James Atcheson and infant, Punxsutawney; Sandra S. Reed, Ringgold; Richard P. Houser Sr., Dayton RD 1; Helen H. Scott, Punxsutawney; Mrs. Blanche Whitesell, Punxsutawney. KFTTANNING HOSPITAL Admissions Frances B. Calarie, Rural Valley RD 1; Donna J. Garner, Dayton RD 2; Jay K. Lloyd, Dayton RD1. Discharges Frances B. Calarie, Rural Valley RD 1; David A. Chilenski, Commodore; Charles F. Gillespie, Shelocta RD 1; Lois E. Hallman, Dayton; George T. Kerr, SmicksburgRDl. LATUOBE HOSPITAL Birth Mr. and Mrs. Francis E. Werner Sr., Blairsville RD 3, boy, Aug. 9. Admissions Betty C. Werner, Blairsville RD 3; Josephine E. Grimm, Avonmore; 'Charles E. Resnick Sr., Saltsburg; Ruth Ann Bellinger, Blairsville; Viola McAdoo, Blairsville. Discharges Joakim Quilico, Blairsville; Jane D. Marsh and infant, New Alexandria RD 2. DuBOIS HOSPITAL Admission Kathryn Chelton.'Commodore. Discharge Sarah Miknis, Grampian. MAPLE AVENUE HOSPITAL Admissions Edith Weaver, Punxsutawney; Velma Thomas, Punxsutawney. Loyai NOTICE Notice is hereby given that A & C Coal Company, Inc., RD #3, Box 411, Apollo, Pa. 15613, has requested bond releases from the Department of Environmental Resources, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, for the bonds held by the Department of Environmental Resources for the mining site covered by Mine Drainage No. 32810114 and Mining Permit Number 101111-32010114-01-0, date issued April 19,1982, and Mining Permit No. 101111-32810111-02-fl, date issued May 19, 1983, in Young Township, Indiana County. The site is located as follows: From Clarksburg at the intersection of Pa. Route 286 and Highway 574, North on 574 to Iselin, North on L.R. 320311.1 miles to T.R. 321 East onT.R. 3211 mile to access on right. The total amount of acres affected by the proposed bond release for MP No. 01-0 is 12.0. The total amount of bond presently in affect on this permit is $10,000. The amount of bond requested to be released at this time is 25% of 125,000 or (6250 for Stage II release, which includes topsoil replacement and revegetation. The total amount of acres affected by the proposed bond release for MP No. 02-fl is 2.5. The total amount of bond presently in affect on this permit is $15,000. The amount of bond requested to be released at this'time is 85% of $15,000 or $12,750; which includes 60% or $9,000 for Stage I release covering backfilling, regarding and drainage control, and 25% or $3,750 for Stage II release, covering topsoil replacement and revegeta- tion. The following is a brief summary of the reclamation work done: On MP-Ol-fl for the Stage I[ area, topsoil has been replaced,, permanent grasses were planted in March, 1983 and vegetation established. On MP- 02-0 for the Stage I & II area backfilling and regarding is completed and drainage controls arc in place, topsoil has been replaced and permanent grasses were planted April, This bond release is requested pursuant to 4(d) of the Surface Mining Conservation and Reclamation Act, Act of May 31, 1945, P.L. 1198, as amended. Section 4(b) of the Act requires that this notice be inserted in one newspaper of genera) circulation in !he area once a week for four successive weeks. This section of the Act also allows any person who has an interest which is or may be adversely affected by the bond release to object to this bond release by filing a written objection to it within 30 days from the date of the final publication of notice. Any such person who desires to object to this proposed bond release should wri£e to the Bureau ofMining and Reclamation, Department of Environmental Resources, Prave Building, 122 South Center Street, Ebensburg 15931, within the time specified by the Act. The objection must include the person's name, address, telephone number and a brief statement as to the nature of his or her objection. The application, plans and other data concerning the operation for which this bona release is required are available for public inspection at the Ebensburg District Office of the Department of Environmental Resources between the hours of 8:00 A.M. and 4:00 P.M., Monday thru Friday. Ml, 7/28, HH, 8/1 lx GAZETTE CLASSIFIED PHONE 349-4949 HOURS: 8-5, Mon. thru Fri. 8-12 Noon, Saturday NOTICE W. Thomas Malcolm, Attorney ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE Letters.of Administration on the Estate of LOLA ISABELLE COWAN, a/k/a IX)LA COWAN, Late of Green Township, 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 NOTICE EXECUTRIX'S NOTICE Paul A. Bell, H Attorney for the Estate Notice is hereby given that Letters Testamentary on the Estate of ROSE MARY DUNCAN, late of White Township, Indiana County, Pennsylvania, have been granted to the undersigned. All persons indebted to the said Estate are requested to make prompt payment and those having claims against the said Estate are requested to present the same, duly proven, without delay. Patricia Clark Executrix 411ShorehamRd. Allison Park. PA 15101 3/11,8/18. BfflSx READ Gazette Classifieds for great dome buys. NOTICE Mine Drainage No.: 32800101 ' Mining Permit No.: , 1W937-328W103-01-Z Township: Armstrong County:Indiana Notice js hereby given that Kent Coal Mining Company has requested a bond release from the Department of Environmental Resources, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, for the bond held by the Department of Environmental Resources for the mining site covered by Mining Permit No. 101937-32800103-01-2, dates issued 6/08/81, in Armstrong Township, Indiana County. The total number of acres affected by the proposed bond release is 47.1. The total amount of bond presently in affect on this permit is $58,080. The amount of bond requested to be released at this time is $33,175. The following is a brief summary of the reclamation work done on this site, completed on Summer, 1983: Topsoil has been replaced and vegetation of 47.1 acres has been established in accordance with the approved plan. This bond release is requested pursuant to 4(d) of the Surface Mining Conservation and Reclamation Act, Act of May 31, 1945, P.L. 1198, as amended. Section 4(b) of the Act requires that this notice be inserted in one newspaper of general circulation in the area once a week for four successive weeks. This section of the Act also allows any person who has an interest which is or may be adversely affected by the bond release to object to this bond release* by filing a written objection to it within 30 days from the date of the final publication of notice. Any such person who desires to object to this proposed bond release should write to the Bureau ofMining and Reclamation (ATTN.: John E. Moore), P.O. Box 149, The Prave Building, 122 South Center Street Ebensburg, PA 15931-0149, within the time specified by the Act. The objection must include the person's name, address, telephone number and a brief statement as to the nature of his or her objection. The application, plans and other data concerning the operation for which this bond release is requested are available for public inspection at The Prave Building, Ebensburg PA 15931-0149, between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m., Monday thru Friday. 7/28,8/4,8/11,8/lSx NOTICE . ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE JOHN A. HANN A, ESQUIRE Letters of Administration on Ihe Estate of Edward T. Bislok, late of Indiana, 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. Wanda Elizabeth Bistok 1368 Ben Avon Street Indiana. PA 15701 8/4,8/11.8/18x NOTICE EXECUTORS' NOTICE John A. Hanna, Esquire Letters Testamentary on the Estate of CHARLES R. BARNETT, Late of.Rayne Township, 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. Clair Barnelt arid Bernice Greene % John A. Hanna Esquire 308 Indiana Theatre Building Indiana, Pennsylvania 15701 7/20,8/4,8/llx NOTICE . The Apollo-Ridge School District wil! be accepting bids for the following: 1984 Model — Drivers Education Car Bid specifications may be picked up at the Administration Office in the Senior High School Building. Spring Church. PA. Sealed bids will be accepted at the Apollo-Ridge School District Office. Box 219, Spring Church. PA 15686. until 3:00 P.M., August 21.1984. The school board reserves the right to reject any or all bids. 8/11.8/15.8(20x Annou IN MEMORIAMS oq* In loving memory of Clyde Lewis who passed away August 12, 1982. Sadly missed by Wife Violet, Daughter Sara,. Jane and Grandchildren. In loving memory of my deor Husband William Ferial, who passed away August 11, 1982. Another year since you've been gone. It seems fust like a day; For time is such an empty space, - . Since you have gone away. Even though two years have passed, I still can't seem to face,The fact that you return no more. To fill your vacant place. I don't mean to be ungrateful, ' When I brush away a tear,But oh, it's so lonesome now, r That you're no longer here. I'll cherish all my thoughts of you. That never shall depart; For love and thoughts and dreams of you. Will always live within my heart. ' Sadly missed by Wife, Margaret. NOTICE: All legal advertisements must be in Gazette office two (2) days prior to publication. Pack Your Bags... WE ARE GOING! to California Across The USA twenty-two fabulous days of exploring the U.S.A. Experience the grandeur of the Midwest, travel along the coast line of California, then experience some Southern comfort, ala Memphis. FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL: FULLINCTON TOURS 463-0213 or Toll Free 1-800-252-3893 or Write: 316 Cherry St.*, Clearfield, PA 16830 prompt payment. El 'mma R. Long Administratrix % W. Thomas Malcolm Esquire 406 Indiana Theatre Building Indiana, PA 15701 7/28,8/4,8/llx AUTOMOTIVE TECHNICIAN SURVEY There are several job openings in your oreo of which one moy be designed especially for you. Complete the following form and moil in complete confidence as soon as possible. IF you are an experienced Automotive Technician, you may be contacted for a personal interview. No Fee. Nothing ventured, nothing gained. 1. Desired Annual Earnings: ._ 2. Four benefits most important to you: 3. Type of pay plan you prefer: D Flqt Rate Q Percentage fj Hourly 4. 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