Simpson's Leader-Times from Kittanning, Pennsylvania on September 11, 1976 · Page 13
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Kittanning, Pennsylvania
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Saturday, September 11, 1976
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13 Klttannlng, Po, Saturday, Saat. 1 1. 1»74 37 S1A WANTED; Firm, collect, or write Mr. Reagan, 427 Coventry Road, Pittsburgh, Pa. 15213. WANTED all kinds of livestock. Contact William H. Wolfgang. i Phone 814-257-8432. RD 1, Dayton. |~ H»m«i lor Sato 52 .HOUSE WANTED -- in oOwnrown Klttannlng area. Professional employe of Armstrong School tOtstrlct. Minimum seven rooms, full basement, house, good eon-' difion --Appraisal. Call 543-1571 on Mondays through Fridays 7:303:30. WANTED, 30" Coppertone electric ranae. 700x13" tires. Also reasonably priced pickup or van. Also odds and ends for resale. 763. VS66. WE NEED LISTINGS. We have the prospects and w« have the salesmen to assist you. KITTANNING REALTY 543-9931 · 548-1521 5434092 543-4611 WANTED, will pay J100 and up for clawfoot round table, roll top desk, brass bed, round glass china' cabinet. Also in need of wood Ice box. Charles Chadman, Lamartine, Pa. 16375. Phone 814-797-1362. ASSOCIATED AGENCIES have the personnel and experience to serve you best In selling or renting your property: -Phone The Roger Stone Agency, Inc. 548-1545- or; Hallman-Plerce Agency, Inc. 548-1 .5471 TODAY I WANTED TO BUY, good coal delivered to Boyers, Pa., Sunbeam Coat Corp., Boyers, Pa. 412-7352195. GERMAN AND JAPANtbt SOUVENIRS from WWII. Private collector from Butler wants to buy onepleceor more. Call collect, 2873252. W A N T E D Headder pipes and muffler for 1973 Honda 350. Phone 297-5749. ROUSE Of ANTIQUES BY THE" PIECE OR ESTATES. Buying Old . furn!ture;-oak-tabl«s-{Square or round) sideboards, rrlantels, musical Instruments, pum*. organs, desks, old glassware? china, stained glass windows. A lie buying sterling silver. Phone 763 2711 or 763-8451. . "ESCAPf... But Still B* At Horn*." N**tlod In th* Crooked Crook Valtey with th* brilliant blue wat*r only a itona'i throw away It a gorgoQu* and p»tit» two bodroom homo with a living room fireplace. Tho droam homo of. nowlywoat or tmall family. Financing Available, lowtwontloi. TURNBLACER 54«-*l*1 UTOKMT.MfT CARD OF THANKS SWIGART,' ANNA' E. -- The family wishes to thank relatives, friends and neighbors for flowers, food, cards and all who helped In any way. Special thanks to Rev. Jerry Flanlaan, or-. Frank Me- Nutt, Klttannlng' 1 ambulance servlce,"and the Emergency Room Staff. THESWIGART FAMILY JONES,MARGARET JANE -- We wish to thank the doctors, nurses, aides and all at the Armstrong County Memorial Hospital for their kindness and care. Also, the friends who sent cards.f lowers and food, the Ladles of the Lutheran Church who served the meal and Pastor Dean Lingle for his comforting words at the time of our loss of our dear wife and mother. VICTOR H.JONES AND FAMILY Beets mt SofpR*s 12' ALUMINUM V BOAT, five horsepower air cooled motor, oars, five gallon gas tank with gauge and priming hose. One year old. 814-257-8199. R'ED BRICK HOUSE covered With permastone, sofflt-and facia, maintenance free, remodeled ·throughout. 720 Sixth Avenue, Ford City."Call 763-8*31. rOR SALE"BY OWNER, thre* bedroom ranch, all electric,, carpeting, nice basement. Low S30s. Must see. Five miles from Klttannlng. 545-, 7869. Sporting Good* THE GUN SHOP, 412 Union Avenue, Kittannlng, Phone 5433481. Pistols -- Smith 1 Wesson -Colt-Ruger. We load shells, rifle and pistols. HOUSE FOR SALE/Ford City. A. W- SENOPOLE AGENCY, 542- 377V - Your Listings ctosfred , TO WHERE ALT Y COMPANY 548-5103 any time Garage Sola 41 YARD SALE, household items, new chair, table and chairs, miscellaneous, everything must go. September 13,14,15. 9 a.m. to ? Three miles off 422 down Cherry Run lowards Brick Church. 3543992. GARAGE SALE, Three family. Old and new miscellaneous items. September 10, 11, 10 to 5. Old 210 toward Girty near Mt. Zion Church. NEED a reliable realtor? Call! WILLIS H. HEILMAN AGENCY- before you buy, list, rent. 542-1251. "Yoor Farm Specialists" Turnblaccr Real Estate Agency, Inc. Klttannlng, Pa. . 548-8191 IN MEMOK1AM In loving memory of MERVINS. WONDERLING who passed away 2 years ago September 11,1974 In our lonely hours of thinking Thoughts of you are always near, We who loved you sadly miss you As It dawns another year. Sadly missed by WIFE,SONS, DAUGHTERS, GRANDCHILDREN AND GREAT GRANDCHILDREN In loving memory of MERVIN S. WONDERLING who passed away 2 years ago September 11,197 4 Your presence Is ever near us Your love remains with us yet, You were the kind of father, Your loved ones would never forget. v Sadly missed by DAUGHTER JEAN, SON-IN-LAW RICHEMERY, RICHIE, CAROLYN, ED, CONNIE, R I C K : In loving memory of MERVINS. WONDERLING who passed away 2 years ago September 11,1974 You're not forgotten father, dear, Nor ever shall you be; As long as life and memory last I shall remember thee. Sadly missed by, DAUGHTER, MARY ALICE SON-IN-LAW, ' JACK BUTLER, CHILDREN AND '' GRANDCHILDREN ' KING TUT VISITS D.C. -- J. Carter Brown, director of National Gallery of Art, Washington, examines 24 pound, solid gold mask of King Tutankhamun (UK T.I^Kelo) after it was unpacked at gallery. Mask, along with 54 other treasures from tomb of fabled Egyptian, King "Tut" will go on display Nov. 15. Manned by Gov. leader . . . Lancaster Housing Project Wins Finance Agency Approval Kian Monument In New Orleans Angers NAACP NEW ORLEANS (UPI) -Members of the NAACP youth council want the city to remove an old Civil War historical marker they say the Ku Klux Klan views as a monument to · white supremacy. The Klan, meeting this Week in neighboring St. Bernard Parish, plan a rally at the Battle of Liberty Place monument Sunday. "The mayor and others have said the the monument doesn't pose any problem, that it's just a historical structure," said NAACP council advisor Llewelyn J. Soniat Friday. "But if the Klan is going to rally around it, and we know what the Klan stands for, then it must represent some of those things." The granite monument was erected at the foot of Canal Street in 1874 by the Crescent City White League to commemorate the ousting of carbelbaggers who ruled the city immediately after the war. Soniat said his group and other black organization may st age a counter-demonstration if the Klan goes through with its planned rally at the monument. {UMT«l*phoo) MAO'S WIFE--Moo Tse-tung died Sept. 9 at age oi 82, leaving power vacuum with no. clear successor to Chairmanship of Chinese Communist party. One of contenders in battle for post will be Mao's fourth wife, Chiang Chlng, "radical" leader who was even known to challenge Chou En-lai's influence In recent years. She Is shown in 1972 photo. HOW STORKS COURT During breeding times, the stork indulges in courtship dances, accompanied by clattering bills. SEPTEMBER 13,14 9 a.m.-8 p.m. GARAGE AJND DRIVEWAY SALE T«m «l W«H Otftm ton hHVMCtlw of* M»« »M. thra* MUM w««t et Kit. taming, two mtm ml «l W*r- tMnftoii. WBtdl for df"*- MM*; c«»rit«H« etnlrj poU ·Uctric hMtcr: two i«lil»«i kltckcit t«hl» «n4 chain Mil minnril wtMow: |»li wit, ··«·! FOR SALE by owner', brand new three bedroom brick ranch, five minutes-east of Kittanning. Phone 743-8547 after 5:30 p.m. G.I. MORTGAGES available through us R.C. SPENCER AGENCY 335-9693 call collect Mobile Home* f or 5de 5 TWIN M66i[e~nomes,- inc.. Sales' and Service, Baden, Greensburg, Perryopolis, Indiana. YARD SALE, guns, canning jars, bikes, many other items. Dogtown, next to Eljer, Monday and Tuesday, any time after 9 a.m. FIVE FAMILY PORCH SALE. Furniture, dishes; whatnots, radio, baby needs, toys, watches, mantel clocks, antiques etc. 9-? Tuesday, Sept. 14, Wednesday, Sepf. 15. 1011 Main Street, Rural Valley. WOODCHUCK HOMES Onion MlthMMitfcitw* ittnctiw- dn*Nd aid m (tractanttj MR to ·Net iH jtm rH»in»'«k- Fi»dt- MS, will mi «ptic MiM ii w tw prios. Ham sfcyt Mdtr ' · ' - · · · : ' j GARAGE SALE, Tuesday and Wednesday, 9 till 6. Toys, clothing, furniture, and many items. Main Street, Shelocta. WQ0DCHUCK HOMES 58 S. JEFFERSON ST. 1TTAHNIN6, PA. 16201 W* *i urtmM !i ktvfef nor ifeMt |«r (MM. W* CM b* mdw* Address City State 'hone _Zip_ ftr liftmutiM bJI 54MM1 158 S. JEFFERSON ST. Wanted to Rent 44 '.WO LADIES want to rent a furnished apartment in West Kittanning or Kittanning, Call 5436492. MALE COLLEGE STUDENT is looking for clean, quiet room near college. Please reply to Leader- Times, Box No. 124. 1973 GLOBEMASTEK mobile home, 12x65. Excellent condition. Two bedrooms plus a den. Must be moved from present location. Call 783-6084 after 5 p.m. In memory of our father MERVINS. WONDERLING, SR. who passed away 2 years ago Seotember 11,1974 We have lost a loved one A link In ogr cha.ins. been broken He left us so quickly And not a word was sooken. · · A million times we've needed you A million tears we've cried If our love could have saved you, You never would have died. When I am sad and lonely And my heart is full of grief, I visit the grave where you are sleeping And silently find relief. If you have never had this feeling ; Then I pray you never do, ' For when God takes your loved one He takes a part of you. Sadly missed by DAUGHTER, RUTH SHAFFER SON-IN-LAW, GENESHAFFER GRANDSON, GENESHAFFER, JR. In memory of our grandfather 1 MERVIN S.-WONOERLiNG- · . who passed away 2 years ago"~ September 11,1974 That man who iust sat there, The man in that chair, · The man who gave memories to all. Winter, spring, summer,;fall. I was happy then, but HE is happy now. Even though i miss his smile. Oh, how I miss him sitting there, Sitting on that big black chair. Yes,special men liKe him are rare. Dear God, it doesn't seem fair. For people here are blue Yet, I know now he's safe with you. I know one day I'll see him there And he will be upon a chair. A no-more sorrow, golden chair Lined with silk and angel hair. Sadly missed by GRANDDAUGHTER, CHERYLSHAFFER 12x50 BUDDY TRAILER. Excellent condition. 40 gallon water heater and awning. $3500. Phone 353-1908. Pubic Notice ONE CAR GARAGE in Kittanning, Rural Valley area. Preferably heated. Phone 545-7234 after 6 p.m. Rooms for Rent 45 CLEAN SLEEPING ROOMS -With cooking privileges. 150 South 'Water Street. Phone 545-9864. Aportmentt for lent NEWLY remodeled one bedroom apartment and garage. Good location: Available September 15. · Phone 548-7454. MODERN 1 bedroom, carpeted, air conditioned, off street parking. $160 includes heat, water ar.d sewage. Phone 295 : 2754. .THREE rooms and bath, furnished first floor apartment. Pony Farm ,Road. S125 includes electric and gas. 548-1963. No calls after 9 p.m. REMODELED four room first .floor apartment. Not suitable for children. No pels. Call 548-5215. BEND1X -- 24x48, 3 bedroom, 2 bath home, unique floor plan features 2 bedrooms up front with master bedroom in rear. Second bath conveniently off master bedroom, separate utility room with its own entrance door. Includes deluxe appliances, draperies and carpeting. Built in Clarion by local craftsmen. Latest addition to our double wide and modular display .-Others sell for up to $2000 more; Riverview delivers and erects on your pad or foundation for $12,995. Financing available. B other 24 wide manufactured homes displayed. Riverview Mobile Home Mart, Rt. 66 between Vandergrift, Leechburg, 568-2241. Trovtl Trwlkn 52B WANTED TO TRADE, small 1973 Chevrolet for tate model travel railer. Will pay cash difference. "'hone Butler, 287-5904. FRESHLY decorated three room : and balh private entrance apart, ment for rent in Ford City. Not 1 suitable for children or pets. Write Box 132 in care ol Leader-Times. Mount for Rent 47 'COUNTRY HOME, six rooms and bath with yard. Oil furnace. On Reesedale-Adrian Road, $130. .Write Box No. 137 in care of Leader-Times. Mobil* Hornet for Rant 47A SMALL furnished mobile home. : Not suitable for children or pets. References and security deposit fequlred. Located at Elwood's Mobile Home Park. Call 762-0107. TRAILER SPACE for rent, loca ,park. Call 542-4241 or 542-2031.'. BOATS CAMPERS STORED INSIDE,'40 PER SEASON, 52 F TEMPERATURE BRADYS BEND CORP 412/326-4151 970 FORD mini-motor home, for ale. Self contained, $3500, or will rads for camp,no. trailer of same 'alue. Phone 548-5330. Coleman Trainers Truck Caps Campers ' By Hop-Cap Grady's Trailer Sales Rt. 66 South 763-94^1 Trtek Cwpws 5JC EXECUTOR'S NOTICE Estate of Bernlce E. Hawk a-k-a, Bernlce Hawk, late of Applewold Borough, Armstrong County, Pa.,' deceased. Notice is hereby given that. Letters Testamentary on the above estate have been^granted to the undersigned, to whom all persons Indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment, and those having claims or demands against the same will make them known without delay to the undersigned or his attorney. Richard M. Hawk Executor '514 Highland Ave., Kittanning, Pa. 16201 McCue and Bertocchl, Attorneys 217 Market Street Kittanning, Pa. 16201 EXECUTOR'S NOTICE' Estate of Palmer H. Stepp, Jr., late of Plumcreek Township, ' Armstrong County, Pa., deceased. Notice is hereby given that Letters Testamentary on the above estate have been granted to the undersigned, to whom all persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment, and those having claims or demands against the same will make them known without delay to the undersigned or his attorney. Robert T. Stepp 161 Rosemont Drive Coraopolis, Pa. 15108 Executor teiner and Steiner .ttorneys By JOHN S. LANGDON HARRISBURG (UPI) -- The state Housing Finance Agency, now trying to sell a new $60 million bond offering, approved a controversial Lancaster County housing project once planned by former Gov. George M. Leader. The PHFA board headed by Community Affairs Secretary William Wilcox voted unanimous approval Thursday in a telephone conference call meeting for the Manor Park Apartments two miles west of Lancaster. The PHFA's approval in principle starts feasibility and commitment analyses that precede a mortgage commitment letter. Wilcox neutralized stormy \ local opposition to the project by convincing U.S. Housing and . Urban Development authorities and the builder, David Zarin, '. Elizabeth, N. J., to switch the S5.1 million, 201-unit project from low and moderate income families to the elderly. And Wilcox said the transportation problem posed by the site's location at the outer perimeter of suburban Lancaster could be solved by requiring the project operator to provide mini-buses for the elderly. Manor Township Counsel ^ John Hohenadel'told the'PHFA; Aboard-that Manor supervisors' would drop their opposition to the project under its new designation for the elderly. Wilcox said a Sept. 7 meeting in Millersville, attended by 700, showed that the project Zarin intended for low-moderate income families would overcrowd highways and schools, pose a possible threat to the marketability of PHFA bonds, "and not a single person spoke in supportof it." Leader's Pennsylvania Land and Mortgage Co., Bryn Mawr, bought the 27-acre site in 1973 · for $101,350 but he said "a tight money market and the fact we couldn't get HUD approval for a smaller project for the elderly caused our investment in architectural engineering, design, taxes and other fees to go down the drain." Three months ago Leader's company conditionally sold the tract to Zarin's Sencit Manor for $237,500, a $136,500 difference that prompted U. S. Rep. Edwin Eshleman, Lancaster County Republican, to ask the U. S. General Accounting Office Aug. 30 to start an investigation. Eshleman said the $136,500 profit to Leader's firm came "after a 2' z-year period with no visible appreciation except the possible promise of Section 8 federal tax dollars." Leader said his company's books are open and "we'll be lucky to break even at the tentative sale price. It has been an unhappy experience for us. "If this is how you make money in real estate development, the congressman's welcome to try it." The PHFA's current activity in marketing a new $60 million bond issue represents a sharp turnaround for the agency that the General Assembly narrowly saved from default last February with a $61 million loan from tax revenues. PHFA Executive Director Carl Payne said the current bond sale, coming only four months after a successful 7.9 per cent, $58.3 million bond offering last May 13, will involve repayment of all but $3.5 million of the legislative loan. New Trial Ordered In Plane Crash Suit PHILADELPHIA (UPI) -- A Pittsburgh federal court has been ordered to hold another trial in connection with a 1971 plane crash in Zelienople, Butler County which killed three persons. In issuing its ruling Thursday, the U.S. 3rd Circuit Court of Appeals reversed damages of S482.600 awarded to the wife of one of the crash victims and ordered a new trial. The circuit court found that the district court erred in dismissing Halstead Industries Inc.,'operator of the Zelienople , Municipar Airport, as a defendant and in, failing to "adequately charge the jury with respect to liability." The damages had been awarded to' Renate Hunziker, wife of Paul J. Hunziker, killed when a single engine aircraft took off in fog on Oct 8, 1971. The lower court verdict went against Wayne Scheidemantle, operator of Wayne's Bus Lines which owned the plane, and Kenneth E. Fox, Jr., administrator of the estate of Harold Bennett, the pilot who was among those killed. The lower court also had dismissed the municipal authority as defendant. The borough of Zelienople was dropped as a defendant by agreement of opposing counsel. In her appeal, Mrs. Hunziker 'challenged the dismissal of the authority and Halstead and the amount of the award. Her suit charged the five defendants with negligence in permitting the plane to take off under poor weather conditions. The pilot was employed by Halstead as manager of the airport and should have shut down the facility because of fog, she argued. Scheidmantle and Fox have filed appeals against the jury verdict. In an .opinion by Judge Leonard Garth, the Circuit Court found that ihe District Court properly granted the authority's motion for dismissal but erred in granting one in favor of Halstead. "Moreover, the district court also erred in failing to properly '_ explain or relate the FAA regulations to the facts of. this "case in'its instructions to the jury," Garth said. "Consequently we will reverse and remand f o r a new to defendants Halstead, Schiedmantle and Fox. FC Catholic School Cafeteria Menus: Menus for lunches to be served in the cafeterias of Ford City Catholic School next week were announced by school officials as follows (subject to change without notice): Monday -- beef cubes, mashed potatoes, green beans, buttered bread, cookies, milk. Tuesday -- spaghetti with meat, tossed salad, fruit, buttered bread, milk. Wednesday -- hamburger on bun, french fries, orange juice,vegetable, pineapple, milk. Thursday -- baked chicken, rice and gravy, peas and carrots, buttered bread, fruit, milk. ' Friday -- tomato soup, grilled cheese sandwich, crackers, carrot and celery sticks, mixed fruit, milk. OOP'S GRAND OLD MAN--Alf London, elder statesman of Republican Party, blows out candle on cake as he celebrates his 89th birthday at luncheon Sept. 9 at Kansas State University, Manhattan. Former Kansas governor and 1936 presidential candidate was honored with luncheon for allowing. school to use his name for London lecture series. Pubic Notice 1976 ITOSTA by Winnebago. 25', power steering, power brakes, tilt wheel, cruise conjrol, AM-FM stereo, double co-pilot seat, full bath with separate shower, engine and roof air, generator and more, /: months old. Must sell, best offer. 325-1180. Lett for Mo 53 TWO SPACE LOT at Lawn Haven. $300. Save $250. Phone 354-2649. Acrtfjg* f or Mo SU REAL ESTATE 'Real Estate Wanted 51A ·LAND WANTED. At least one acre, Ford City area. Call 763-2861 after 5 p.m. BIDS WANTED ON 21 ACRES UNDERLAYED WITH COAL -Gates and Burns Agency B East First Street, Oil City, Pa. 16301 will receive sealed bids on the following: Approx. 21 acres located in Perry Township, clarion County, Pa. being known as the Elizabeth Martin Estate, as found in deed book 183, page 273, Clarion County Court House Bldg., Clarion, Pa. Maps and further information available by con tacting Gates and Burns, 8 East First Street, Oil City, Pa. 16301, Alt'n: Dean H. Slye. This Agency ar.d the owner reserve the right to accept or reject any or all bids. All bids to be in our office by Sep tember 25, 1976. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE Estate of John Bert eon i, a-k-a lohn Barteotti, · late of Bradys Send Township, Armstrong County, Pa., deceased. Notice Is hereby given that Letters of Administration on the above estate have been granted to he undersigned, to whom all persons indebted to said estate are requested to make Immediate payment, and those having claims or demands against the same will make them known without delay to the undersigned or his attorney. Joseph Berteottl Administrator Box 196 Chlcora, Pa. 16025 McCue and Bertocchl, Attorney SUNSHINE LAW MEETING NOTICE The Board of Trustees of the Ebensburg rState School and Hospital, Ebensburg, Pennsylvania will hold their regular monthly meeting on Tuesday. September 14, 1976. The meeting will convene in the' Conference Room of the Administration Building at 6:45 P.M. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE Estate of James N. Morda, late of Ford City Borough, Armstrong County, Pa., deceased. Notice is hereby given that Letters of Administration on the above estate have been granted to the undersigned, to whom all persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment, and those having claims or demands against the same will make them known without delay to the undersigned or their attorney. James E. Morda P.O. Box 92 Meadville, Pa. Mrs. Donna Ondo 717 Armstrong Ave. Apollo, Pa. Administrators McCue and Bertocchi, Attorneys EXECUTOR'S NOTICE Estate of James A. McCoy, late of Pine Township, Armstrong County, Pa., deceased. Notice is hereby given 'that Letters Testamentary on the above estate have been granted to the undersigned, to whom all persons Indebted to said tstate are requested to mak* Immediate payment, and those having claims or demands against the same will make them known without delay to the undersigned or his attorney. Davis M. McCoy, Executor 4084 West 214th St. Fairview Park, Ohio 44126 Peter Calarie, Attorney MEETING NOTICE . The Regular Meeting of the Ford City Borough Council will be held on Tuesday, September 14,1976 at 7:00 P.M. aHhe Ford City Borough Office, Corner of Fourth Avenue and Tenth Street, Ford City, Pennsylvania. Mary Panchik Borough Secretary 39 Reporter's assistant 40 French river DOWN 1 In front Z Heliacal 3 Type of farming 4 Eternity. 5 Showed clemency toward .6 Pretend (2 wds.) 7 Bustle 8 Predominant positions (2 wds.) 9 Called back by applause 10 Fretted by THOMAS JOSEPH ACROSS 1 S. Afr. fox 5 Vassals 11 That's rich! (2 wds.) 12 Dull teacher 13 Joie-de- vivre 14 Without delay (2 wds.) 15 Swiss river 1C Nigerian tribesman 17 Haul 18 German city 24 "All the Things You--" 21 Garbed 22 Like great wines i 23 Beseech 24 Accelerated 25 High school affair Z* Kind of skirt 27 Cravat fabric 28 Emit (2 wds.) · 31 Against (abbr.) 32 They (Fr.) 33 Once -blue moon (2 wds.) 34 Coupled MMend J7 Verdi opera 38 Girl's name Yesterday's Answer 16 "What a 25 Set in Difference motion -- Made" (2 wds.) 19 Bridge triumph 22 Footless animal 23 Ready U "-- and Lovers" 26 Constrained (2 wds.) 28 Italian city 29 Confederate 30 Golden Horde member 35 Crash into . 36 Solution B 31 39 36 29 9-u;. to work it: WORLD'S TALLEST HOTEL reflects work of PPG Industries in the energy saving, glass-clad guest tower of Atlanta, Ga., Peachlree Center Plaza. More than five and one-half acres of LHR Solarbronze reflective gloss by PPG Industries mirror a panorama of the downtown area and reflect the sun's heat to provide energy savings. The hotel's architect, John Portman of John Porlman and Associates of Atlanta, designed the glass exterior of the guest lower to be a "magnet" for guests as well as to conserve energy. DAILY CRYPTOQUOTE - Here's how A X Y D « L B A A X R is L O N G F E L L O W One letter simply stands for another. In this sample A is used for the three L's, X for the two O's. etc. Single Icllcrs. apostrophes, the length and formation of Ihe words arc all hints. Each day Ihe code letters arc diffcrpnl. Q O U J U ' L I B CRYPTOQUOTES L M F O Q O S I T N L Q O U P N A A U J B Y L M F F U L L T J U N L U A D B P U . -- N J Yerterdty'i Cryptoqnote: THE HAP.PINESS OF LIFE MAY BE GREATLY INCREASED BY SMALL COURTESIES IN WHICH THERE IS NO PARADE. -- LAURENCE STERNE. (C 1976 Kint Feiturrt SymJicilt. Inc.)

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