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· Edith Millicent Wyant Edith iMillicent Wyant, 41, of 1119 Orr-.Ave., Kittanning, died Saturday in her home. She' was the wife of William! 6 ' 55 ?: m - F [ iday (Nov - 8 - Record Clarence A. Watterson Clarence A. (Sonny) Watterson, 67,. of Summerville, formerly of Cnugsville, died at 13--Leader-Times Kittanninq, Pa. Saturday, Nov. 9, 1968 H. Wyant Jr. who survives. im the 'Memorial Armstrong County Hospital, Kittanning Mrs. Wyant was born Marchl after a long illness.' 4,; 1927/m Armstrong County,! He as born on March 20, 1901 a daughter of the late David j the son of the late Andrew and Adams and Annie L. Vount! Maria Bowser Watterson. He was a retired employe of the Adams, who also survives. She was a member of Grace Presbyterian Church and Berean'Bible Class of the Logan Clay Co. of Craigsville and had been a former member Britain Memorial To JFK Fixabie LNDON (UPI) Britain's Annual Dinner Scheduled For Industrial Realtors PITTSBURGH - Merle Gilliand, president of. Pittsburgh E.itaining facilities here." One of the Society's objectives $2.8 million memorial to the late President John F. Kennedy at Runnymede, damaged by a home-made bomb the weekend of a mass anti-Vietnam march in London, is reparable and will je fixed, trustees announced of the. Craigsville Methodist the Church. His wife, Mary E. church, T the American LegionjSmith Watterson, died in 1951. Auxiliary of Kittanning, and the Band Mothers Auxiliary of 'Kittanning. Besides her husband and Andrew of Worthington, Earl Summerville Worthington and RD Clarence 1; two daughters, Mrs. Reid (Mar jorie) Morrison of Mrs - mother, Mrs. Wyant leaves onej son, William H. Wyant HI of Ford City; three daughters, Lin- da'D., -Susan E., and Joyce M. W at home; two brothers, .David.: J: Adams and Ernest g randcn Mren7 H. Adams, both of Kittanning RD 6 and one grandchild. Worthington and (Emma Jean) today." Experts memorial, first feared cracked by the the National Bank, has been named chairman of the award committee of the Society of Industrial Realtors' 20th Annual Dinner. The announcement was made by Norman Rose, vice president of the Society's Western Pennsylvania Chapter and chairman of the dinner committee. Armstrong, Indiana and Butler .Counties are in- explosiqn, Oct. 26, was damaged too severely to be repaired. Examination by experts, however, enabled today's go-ahead. is to maintain professional stanj dards among. realtors engaged in buying^ selling or leasing land and buildings to industry. The Society's local chapter has 42 members, including realtors and Pittsburg corporation executives who are responsible for real estate and industrial development* The National Society of Industrial R e a l t o r s , headquartered in Washington', D. C., Buzzard of Buffalo; two -brothers, Matthew Bowser of Worthington and Stanley Bowser of Wilmington, Del.; 17 g r e a t - grandehildren and'a number of nieces and nephews. WYANT -- Friends of Mrs. Editfc MHlicent Wyant, 41, of 1119 Orr Ave., Kittanning, who died Nov. 9, 1968, will be received after 2 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 10, 1968, at the James J. Davis Funeral Home, KM. ' tanning, until 1:30 p.m Tuesday, Nov. 12, 19«S, at "which time a funeral service will be conducted at the funeral home by Rev. Jerry E. Flanigan, her pastor. Burial will follow in the Brush Valley Brethren Church Cemetery in Adrian. Arrangements by Davis. PRICE · -- Friends of Mrs. Isabel M. ^Brice of Apollo RD 1 (Washington Township) who died' ^Thursday, Nov. 7 are being received at the Boyd M. Swank .Funeral Home, 171 "Washington Ave., Vandergrift Saturday and from 12 noon until 4 p.m. Sunday. Fu' heral services wil! be held at 7:38 p.m., Sunday at the Poke Run Presbyterian Church, Apollo RD 1, with the Rev. D. Alan Martens, former pastor of : · the Poke Run Church and president 'minister .of visitation ol " the :vMaplewood United Presbyterian. C h u r c h of Greensburg.- in charge, and - assisted by the Revi William H. -- Strohm, Presbytery executive. Burial will be Monday in the; Glade Run Cemetery, Dayton/In lieu of flowers the "family.requests that memorial i tributes be made to the ^Sanctuary Improvement Fund ; or the Poke Run Presbyterian Church, Box 157, Apollo RD 1 '(cheeks may be made payable to James H. Metzgar, ,;· treasurer).; Arrangements by :.:, Swank. . Woman Veteran Legislator Dies PHILADELPHIA (UPI) /Funeral services will be held .Tuesday for Mrs. Susie Monroe, a ~ Democratic member of 'the-:State House of Represen- . .tatives for the past 20 years, -who died Thursday at Temple ·University Hospital after a long illness. She was 89. . : Mrs. Monroe wus hospitalized after suffering a hemmor- hage at her-home here, where she had been confind in ill health for more than a year. W A T T E R S O N - Friends of Clarence A. (Sonny) Watterson, 67, of Summerville, who died at 6:55 p.m. Friday (Nov. 8, 1968) in Armstrong County Memorial Hospital, Kittanning, after a long illness will be received in the James A. Flick Funeral Home, Worthington from 7 p.m. until 9 p.m. tonight and from 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday. Services will be held in the funeral home at 2 p.m. Monday (Nov. 11, 1968), with the Rev. Russell Hawk, pastor of the Templeton United Methodist Church officiating. Burial will be in the Worthington Presbyterian Cem e t e r y . Arrangements by Flick. Gym Time Provided Arsmtrong County YMCA Gym will be open and supervised for Junior High boys from 9 to.11:30" a.m. Monday. The Gym will be available to. Senior High boys as well as College boys from 1:30 to 4 p.m: REAL ESTATE Houses for Sale 52 20 ACRES and 4 room house and 2 car garage. Call Charles Lingenfelter, 783-6393. KITTANNING -- North McKean St. Four bedrooms, 3 baths modern kitchen with dishwasher, laundry rooms, sun- porch, full basement plus integral garage. .Near schools, churches and college. Call 5454831 for appointment. eluded in the service area of the Society. The dinner will be Nov. 20 in the Duquesne Club. Gilliand and the award committee ,wil Iselect'the Society's "Industrialist of the Year" in recognition for significant contributions to the industrial anc e'conomic development of the Western Pennsylvania area That individual will be honored at the' dinner. Serving on the award committee are ' R. W. Ustick, Pittsburgh general manager, Sears Roebuck and Company; Thomas J. McCaffrey, president of the" Western Pennsylvania Chapter, Society of Industrial Relators; and James E. Headley and Paul Neely, past presidents of the society's local chapter. The dinner will mark the 20th year of the Society's ] progress, which has paralleled' the industrial development of the Pittsburgh area," Gilliand said. "In the past two decades, the Society has done an outstanding job of assisting industry t h r o u g h o u t W e s t e r n Pennsylvania in locating and re- las more than 1,100 members n every state and Canada and Puerto Rico, who specialize in meeting the .real estate needs of industrial property owners users and 'investors. Sharon Steel Merger Misses SHARON, Pa. (UPI)--Sharon Steel Corp. and Alloys Unlim itetl Inc., Melville, N.Y., an nounced Friday they had termi nated merger negotiations. On the Records in Armstrong And Southern Clarion Counties,.. This Day in This Area The firms said their manage ments were "unable to agree o: detailed terms of a combinatioi of the two. companies." (VTI Telephotoi WILLIAM CERCONE, Allegheny County judge defeated incumbent John Hannum, GOP candidate in the race for the state Superior Court. Cercone is from Pittsburgh. (Carpentertown C o a l Coke Co., which produces fur- Rusk Visits Spain MADRID (UPI)-U.S. Secre- andjtary of State Dean Rusk will visit Madrid next Saturday nace coke from ine-mouth bee hive ovens near Mahoning, Armstrong County, is a wholly- owned subsidiary of Sharon Steel). The firms had announced last Oct. 17 'they were negotiating on a possible merger. Sharon Steel previously turned down a merger bid from the NVF Corp., New York. Hospital Notes Armstrong County Memorial Hospital Admirttd: -' Patricia A. Edder, 610 Main St., Rural Valley Esther M. Armstrong, 165 Jared St., Brookville Darlene K. Grantz, Vandergrift RD 2 Cecil H. Croyle, 314 Garfield St., Kittanning Barbara B. Stefancik, 600-3rd Ave., Ford City Mildred M. Libengood, 1102 Orr Ave., Kittanning Randy H. Slama, Shelocta RD 1 Lon S. Heighley, 7 0 ( Greerilawn Road, Ford City Lori A. Mohney, 511 Highlam Ave., Kittanning Catherine A. Dilick, 1236-6th Ave., Ford City John Turko Sr., 508-l4th St. Ford City Dale K. Rumbarger, 107 Mulberry St., Kittanning Mary E. Painter, Plumville Births Armstrong Cooaty Mtawrial, Kiitanniag Nov. I, --8:3* a.m., girl to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brocious, Manorville. / 42:26 p.m., girl to Mr. and Mrs. Roy B. Grantz, Vandergrift RD 2. --2:50 p.m., boy to Mr. and Mrs. Stephen J. Stefancik, WO- 3rd Ave., Ford City. --10:02 p.m., boy to Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Dilick, I23-6th Ave., Ford City. Elsewhere: Oct. 27, 1W8- -- boy to Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Craft of 357 Shafer Road, Coraopoljs, in Sewickley Valley Hospital, Sewickley. Divorces attempting to smooth the way tor renewal of a treaty allowing U.S. bases in Spain, diplomatic sources said today. The Spanish government has balked at renewing the treaty. I* it is not renewed by March 29, 1969, the United States will have one year to evacuate the two Air-Force and one Navy base it maintains in Spain. Gertrude Yount, Ford City RD; Melda Irene Reitler of 423-9th St., Ford City from Edward Diane L. Fennell, Kittanning RD 7 , Linda L. McGinnis, Kittanning tion. REAL ESTATE But Bond Market To Feel Election Effect... CARD OF THANKS wish to express my thanks to my friends and relatives for their kindness shown during the loss of my wife, Mildred Davidson Enty. A special thanks to. the Second Baptist Choir, Rev.: A. K. Henderson, the pallbearers and those who gave food, flowers and the use of cars. MAURICE ENTY HousetroJIers for Sale 52A USED 1965, 10 x 56 front dining room, Aztec. 8 x 47 Duo. Easy bank financing. Heilman Homes, Inc., 17th Street, Ford City, 762-1511. TRAILER for sale or take IN MEMOR1AM over payments. 3363. Call AX 7- Nixon Win Taken Calmly By Business Community . In loving memory of CALVIN BASHLINE who passed away 41 years ago November 9, 1927 Nothing can ever take away The love a heart holds 'dear Fond memories linger every day Remembrance keeps him near. Sadly missed by HIS DAUGHTER SOMETHING NEW! A Yukon King Snowmobile to be given away free! Nothing to buy! Just take a look at a mobile home and register. Stop in at J L Mobile Homes, Inc., Pennsylvania's largest mobile home dealer,. Route 8, 4 miles north of Butler. Call 287-8800. Open 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. By LEROY POPE UPI Business Writer NEW YORK (UPI)-- Election! week also was an extremely busy week. But Wall Street and the business community took Richard Nixon's, victory rather calmly.-The stock market went up only slightly. There was lardly any of the enthusiasm that in past decades might have marked a GOP triumph. Nevertheless, the election had its effects on business. For ex ample, the bond market wil In loving memory of our dear husband and father CHARLES A. SAXMAN who passed away 3 years ago November 10, 1965 The month of November comes with regret, It brings a "day I shall never forget. The blow was hard the shock severe, v I never thought his death so near. Only those who have lost can tell, The pain of parting without farewell. Sadly missed by WIFE AND FAMILY QUALITY MOBILE HOMES New Used HOLLY PARK SCHULT ·WINDSOR ' : BUDDY · DELTA "They tell' us ours is the most beautiful, and they like our failed of the required statutory margin of approval. Defeat of school, and housing issues in- .ended primarily to help in opulous Negro neighborhoods resumably reflected voter dis- leasure at civil disturbances in h e ghettoes. . . . " The President-elect ran into is first congressional roadblock wo months before taking office and on. an issue affecting busi less. Chairman Wilbur Mills o he House Ways and Means lomrnittee said those tax cred lowed down somewhat in Sep feel the sting of voter backlash for months to come. Almos' half of about $9 billion in bond issues on the ballot in various states went down to defeat o: prices. Come and see for yourself! Financing available. HEILMAN HOMES, INC. Your reliable name in Mobile Homes 17th Street, Ford City .762-1511 Open 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily Closed Sundays PUBLIC NOTICES Twin Mobile Homes, Inc..Sales and Service. Baden, Greensburg, Perryopolis. Travel Trailers 52B RUDOLPH ROSE HOUSE FOR SALE Alexander Unkovic, the Exe cutor of the Estate of Rudolp Rose, will. receive sealed bid for the purchase of the horn located at 923 North McKea Street in the Borough of Kittan ning. The house Is two storied, shingled, with a one car attached garage, located on Lot No. ember, rising by $689 million jst., Kittanning n the month, compared with aj William H. Anderson, purt of $853 million in August, t-, F° rd cit y Veterans Clara Cochran, 1418-3rd Ave., ord City Judith M. Anthony, 107 Oak ve., Kittanning Filed: Robert E. Beuth of 739-*th Ave., Ford City from Beatrice J. Beuth of 318 Ford St., Ford City; indignities. Edward A. Kirkwood' of Dayton from Lois M. Kirkwood of Manorville; indignities. Karl Reitler of 4665 Rocky River-Drive, Cleveland; deser- )!schorqed: Cheryl A. Frampton, Nu Mine Frances E. McCormack, 509 Hawthorne Ave., Kittanning Lisa L. Waugaman, 117 Queen St., Kittanmng Ray D. Scott, Bruin Joan D. Sydlik, 1277-llfli Ave.. Satrona Heights George E. Hartman, 2334 Lincoln Way, Ford City Linford F. Livengood, Kittanning RD 4 Mary A. George, Kittanning RD 6 Patricia R. Lunsford of 10« South Jefferson St., Kittanning from James L. Lunsford of 255 North Grant Ave., Kittanning; indignities and desertion. Dolores Jean McAllister «f 217-lst St., Freeport from Ralph Charles McAllister , of 15-D Sheldon Park, Natrona Heights; indignities. Granted: Larry Dean Brewer of Ford City RD 3 from Peggy JoAnn Brewer of Ford City RD 3; indignities. Gladys Harris, 414 E. Archj Barbara L. Anderson of 249 RIDC Loan Total Tops $13 Million Administration (Deshon), Butler Discharged: James B. Patterson, 148 N. Jefferson St., Kittanning. PITTSBURGH Risk loan : Notable Deaths 'From Everywhere . ORANGE, N.J- (UPI) Charles R..Busch, a pioneer in the improvement of railroad air brakes, died Thursday in his home. He was 76. .One'Of Busch's basic patents, granted in 1929, was termed by experts ' as among the most significant improvements on railroad braking systems in more than 100.years. .LEICESTER, Mass. (UPI)-Funeral services will be held .today for W. Sargent Lewis retired vice president and -secretary of -Sargent Co. of ·New Haven, Conn. . Lewis, who died at his home 'in Philadelphia Wednesday at ithe age of 72, joinM the New Haven-based hardware , firm in 1938 as a member of the board. In loving memory of JOHN F. WESTWOOD who passed away 2 years^ ago November 9, 1966 The years may wipe out many things But this they'll wipe out never. The memory of those happy days Which we have spent together. Sadly missed by WIFE AND FAMILY HUNTERS DREAM! 16 ,fqpt travel trailer, gas-electric refrigerator, gas range with oven, sleeps 6. §1200 including Reese hitch. Phone 5454831. 34 and Lot No. 35 in the Hudson Sand Gravel Company Plan, fronts 60 feet on North McKean Street and extends back 115 feet to an alley. The first and second floors ts Nixon had been promising in lis campaign speeches woul not be enacted by the new Con gress, in which Mills' powe over tax legislation apparentl will be as great as it has been under President Johnson. Reaction Mixed European business gave a quite mixed reaction to the Nixon victory. European bankers said they expected the new administration to follow policies on'the balance of payments and the stability of the dollar more to. their liking, but European manufacturers and t r a d e r s were fearful a Nixon administration will quickly turn to tariff protectionism. Dun Bradstreet said retail trade was up 8 to 12 per cent commitments by the RIDC Industrial Development Func have reached a total o: $13,777,140, Dr. Edward R tSarver Rd.,, Sarver, from 2-12th Thomas E. Anderson of Dayton RD 2; indignities. In loving memory of . ARNOLD JOHN who passed away 1 year ago November 8, 1987 Dear Daddy how we miss you, we wish we never had to part, but since you have gone to be with Jesus we will meet you up there. Sadly missed by DAUGHTER, SON-IN-LAW {·'nd GRANDSONS FALL CLEARANCE SALE BANNER Travel Trailers. Real bargains while they last. Fin' ancing available. Hours: Monday-Saturday 9 to 9 Closec Sundays. Heilman Homes, Inc. 17th Street, Ford City Phone 762-1511 Weidlein, president announce* today at the sixth annual Boan of Directors' meeting. The loans to 75 small diversified c o m p a n i e s Southwestern Pennsylvania have resulted in creating or saving 5,226 jobs during the six years the Fund has been in operation, rie reported. John M. Arthur, Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer of Duquesne Light Co., was elected Chairman of the RIDC Fund Board and John T. Brown, president of Equitable Gas Co., was elected a Director. Dr. Weidlein announced that RESTITUTION ORDERED Thomas Croyle of Kittanning was ordered by Armstrong County Judge J. Frank Graf to make restitution on a $30 fradulent check! cashed Oct. 5 at Leister's Camera Store, N. McKean St. here. Meeting Log Washington Township Civil Defense 7:30 p.m. Monday at former Reesedale schoolhouse; election of officers. Veterans of Foreign Wars Home Association (Post 863V 8 p.m. Tuesday, for nomination of officers. Rayburn Township Parent. Teachers Association executive board 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at lome of association president, Mrs. Fulmer Karns, Troy Hill. this week across the country on an average from a year ago with even bigger gains in the Southwest--12 to 16 per cent. Automobile sales were particularly good, spurting to 345,775 Belknap Auction Livestock Prices D A Y T O N -- Pennsylvania Market News Service report of prices paid Nov. 6 at Belknap Auction: CATTLE 92. Compared with last* Wednesday's m a r k e t slaughter cows 50c higher. Individual Good slaughter steer Workhouse Term Given Assaulter On a charge of assault,'and battery with intent to.; kill. . Western Pennsylvania National^f · Winchester Truby of Vandergrift RD 1 was sentenced to serve 11 to 20 months in Allegheny County Workhouse. Judge J. Frank Graff placed Standard sS Trub y on Probation' for threa slaughter heifers i' 63 . 1 " 3 ' providing costs are paid are carpeted wall to wall and; units for the final third of Oct- curtain rods, drapes, furnace, air conditioner, lighting'fixtures and built-in dining room cabinets are included in the sale. The first floor contains a hall way, living room, dining room, kitchen and powder room. The second floor contains 3 bedrooms, hallway, full bathroom and storage room. Possession is available im- Bank has advanced a §250,000 line of credit to the Fund, matching similar credit extended by Pittsburgh National Band and Mellon Bank for a total of $750,000. "This substantially improves 3er, up 29.1 per cent from ajour borrowing felxibility," he /ear ago on a daily sellingisaid. jasis. j During the past year 12 loan mdividual's $24.25 and $24.60. USED 16 foot travel trailer, self-contained, $1295. Piper's Trailer City. Park Sales, Ford He became vice president in 1948. In loving memory of JOHN H. FRANTZ who passed away 13 years ago November 9, 1955 You're 'not forgotten, father, USED TRAVEL TRAILERS, 1967-15 ft., also 1967-17 ft. self- contained, and 1968-18 ft. self- contained with shower. All 6- sleepers. Heilman H o m e s , Inc., 17th Street, Ford City. 762-1511: mediately. The Executor reserves the right to reject all bids. ALL BE MADE IN EDWARD J BIDS SHOULD WRITING TO dear, Nor ever shall you be: ] As long as life and memory ·: SUMMIT,. N.J. (UPI)-Funer- last ·al services will be at. 11 a.m.|f sna n remember thee. STEINER. Box 632, Kittanning Pa. Bids must be received be- and restitution made in an . . . . Few High-Yielding Cutter and!* 1 TM 011111 l ° ^ determined .,by Utility slaughter cows $17.40- the Probation Office. 18.30,' individual's $18.60 and| Truby was also ordered to $18.90, Cutters $16-17.40, Canners $14-16. Few Utility and Commercial .slaughter bulls $22.8524.25. Few Medium and Good visit the Mental Health Clinic of Armstrong County for the purposes of examination. The probation was granted, Judge 500-620 Ibs. feeder steers $22.60-| Graff said, because Truby haS already served ten months ini- 24.25. CALVES 186. Vealers grad- Sales of foreign cars for the. commitments totalling 51,411,000 j^ utility and Standard steady, whole month of October were 94,000. up 31 per cent from a year earlier. Workers in domestic auto overtime plants checks output 218,000 soared to cars, up piled up big this week as scheduled per cent from a year ago. General Motors said October was. the biggest month in · its history with sales of 472,554 cars. Interest Rates Up One cloud on the horizon was a growing death of short term were made. Three companies to which credit has een extended in previous years experienced losses in the amount of $624,000 which the Fund has charged! off. However, these losses have been partially offset during the year by a profit of ap- prisonment. The alleged assault was Culls $1 lower. Individual Choice j against Katherine DeVaux, Nov. vealer $44, few Good $39-40.50,127, 1957 a t Apollo. Standard $37-39. Utility $33.50-1' 37 Culls 85-llSMbs. $27-32. 70-85; C . m n n r f ibs. $23-27, Farm, calves $25.50-! ^upport Agamst 2 Husbands HOGS 143. Barrows and gilts steadv to 25c lower. Few US Domestic Relations Court ,_ ,,, - ,, ....... ^ . . proximately $200,000 resuUing'No. 2-3 200-230 Ibs. barrows andjFnday Armstrong County Judge from a merger of one of the gilts $19.20-20.20, No. 2-4 180-245 " ! _ _ j. __ _ _ j .«. j» ,, T »« - * r _ -t ft Fund's-companies wttth a na-jlbs. $18.50-19.20. US No. 1-3 tional corporation. J270-460 · Ibs. sows $16.25-18.40, "We anticipated losses as well few No. 2-3 200-285 Ibs. $12-15.25. fore noon on Friday, Novem-i mone y for bank loans - Interest Persons desiring to inspect the house may do so by calling Karen Rose, 543-1931. ALL'trailers reduced. 1969 -14', $1095. Piper's Trailer Park and Sales, RD #1, Ford City. Call 763-4141. "Monday in Calvary Episcopal ·Church for Waldron M. Ward, a .retired attorney, who practiced in Newark for almost 50 years. ·v: He died Thursday at the age 'of 8l"athis home. Ward served on the board of directors of many corporations ;including Taybr-Wharton Iron N Stuel, the Weston Electrical ' Instrument Corp., the New Jersey Bell Telephone Co., and th Newark and Essex Bank. Sadly missed by DAUGHTER FAMILY MR. MRS. ALBERT JULIUS Truck Campers 52C SPECIAL in 26" Pickup Covers $169. CORNMAN Trailer Sales, Rt. 66; 10 mi. N., 54B- In loving memory of my father SAMUEL E. CORNMAN who passed away 12 year? November 10, 1956 Sadly missed by ( HIS DAUGHTER LAURA CRAIG ADMINISTftATRDt'S NOTICE Estate of Floy L. Campbell, late of Manor Township, Armstrong County, Pa., deceased. Letters of e aboye rates on acceptances and certificates of deposit began creeping up. The Labor Department expressed concern because Negroes are again having severe trouble finding work. The index of Negro joblessness hit 7.4 per cent in mid-October, rising from 6.7 per cent a month Administration on estate have been! earlier, while the overall unem granted to the undersigned, to , whom all persons indebted to| la ° Tor fo . rc ; -mained sta- Lets for Scri* 53 said estate .are requested to New factory orders were re make immediate payment, and| vealed to have spurted 3 pe: .. . . . * _ . . · . .-»A»^f 1M Crt%-\lrtl-%^r\AT* f r f t f T I M f f T P i those having claims or demands against the same will make fj fth consecutive'monthly_ rec cent in September, setting th WESTMONT Choice Home Sites, 3 miles West Old Route 422 Harry A. Montgomery 543-1211 or Willis Heilman Agency 542- 125L 1 them known without delay to the undersigned or her attorney. Eleaaor Campbell Administratrix RD #1, Ford City, Pa. R. A. House, Jr., Attorney ord. Bookings of air factories i September were a- seasonally adjusted $51.61 billion comparet with $45.94 billion a yea) earlier. Gut'installment credit growt s gains because of the high isk nature of nvestments,' our Dr. loans and Weidlein Boars $11.50-15.25. FEEDER PIGS 43. US No. 1-3 2fr40 Ibs. feeder pigs $6.75- x)inted out. "Our major concern s to make financing available o small companies not able o obtain it from the regular] sources. We are confident that n the long run the winners will more than offset the losers, and the region, of course, already is a big winner in terms of new employment and diversification." Several outstanding success stories of companies receiving RIDC loans were detailed in the annual report. Genuine Tool Co. in five years has boosted annual sales of precision tools from $122,000 to $1,500,000. The company now produces precision tools in two Irwin plants apd expects to top $2,000,000 next year. American Institute* f o r 11.75 per head. SHEEP 1. Not enough of any one grade to establish a market. Research, engaged in behavioral sciences research in the Pittsburgh Oakland section has increased sales from $2,400,000 to $7,000,000 in 1968. Ceramic Products Co., in jBridgeville, this fall doubled its space to 5000 square feet in a new building and anticipates an annual payroll of $250,000. The annual meeting was held in Hie Mellon Bank Board Room The RIDC Fund is a separat financing organization tha works with the non-profi Regional Industrial Develop ment Corp. (RIDC) m pro moting economic growth and employment ia the region. . Frank Graff issude two support orders. The case dispositions: --James A. Vallies of NuMine. to pay $160 a month :o Florence Vallies of Nu Mine, for the support cf three or the support of three children. --Donald R. Hollobav.gh Sr. of Greenville, to pay $160 a month for the support of his wife Maxine of Kittanning and the couple's five children. RD 6 Man Fined $100 On Driving Offenses George W. Klingensmitn of Kittanning RD 6 was fined-$100 and costs by Armstrong County Judge J. Frank Graff on charges of driving while under a license suspension, and under the influence of liquor. KJingensmith was cited by Manor Township Police for the alleged offense Sept. IS of thus year,, at the intersection of Routes 422 and 6ft. %

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