Warren Times Mirror from Warren, Pennsylvania on October 6, 1960 · Page 18
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Warren Times Mirror from Warren, Pennsylvania · Page 18

Warren, Pennsylvania
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Thursday, October 6, 1960
Page 18
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EIGHTEEN TIMES-MIRROR THURSDAY, OCTOBER 6, i960 WARREN. PA. Car Demolished, Two Youths Hurt; 13 County Crashes Three highway accidents in the county since Wednesday afternoon caused $1,450 damages to the ve- fticles. One car was demolished. This morning at 7:10 o’clock a rar driven east 011 Pennsylvania Vve. east near Bradley St. by Doris Atkins, Clarendon RD 1, ■struck the left front of a west bound car. Borough police said lhe Atkin* car passed a stopped City Lines bus. Charles Tuttle, Kinzua Road, was operator of the second -ar. Damages were estimated at 5350 to the vehicles. Jack Collins, 16, of 8 Monroe St. apparently lost control of the 1955 sedan he was driving at 7:50 p. m. Wednesday and demolished the .ehible on Dutch Hill Road. State troopers said the car was travel mg at a high rate of speed Collins sustained lacerations about the face. A passenger, Steve iVtassa. Jr., 16, of 2 South Irvine St., suffered a broken nose, police «aid. Burtom A. Ongley, 40. of Youngstown, N. Y., was charged with failure to yield one half of the highway to an oncoming vehicle following a car-truck accident on the Kinzua Rd. at 2:30 ». m Thursday. No one was in- fiired The state police report said Ongley’s 1960 sedan was over the renter line on the road, approximately two miles north of the Mar com Outing Club. The car ftruck a north-bound barrel truck driven by Joseph E Corey, 30. of Pittsburgh Corey was charged with not having a Pennsylvania’s operator’s license Damages were ««timated at $600 to Ongley’s car. Ongley told police he was blinded by the sun, Times Topics Sheffield Woman Dies In Station Mrs. Hiirold J. McClellan, wife of Harold J. Mclellan, 27 Tan St., Sheffield, died suddenly at 10:40 p. m, Wednesday in the i Pennsylvania Railroad station in Harrisburg, where she was waiting for a train. She and her daughter, Mrs. W. W. McMillen, also of Sheffield, had been in Philadelphia to visit Mrs. McClellan’s sister, ill as a heart patient in a hospital. They were waiting in the railroad station for a train, to continue their trip home, when she slumped over in her seat. She was taken to a Harrisburg hospital, where it was determined death was due to a heart attack. Agnes Josephine McClellan was bom Nov. 19, 1895 in Johnsonburg. She was a member of Sheffield Free Methodist Church. In addition to her husband and above-mentioned daughter, survivors include two sons, Howard W., of Sheffield and Harold J. McClellan. Jr., serving with the U. S. Army at Fort Hood, Texas; seven grand children; one great grandchild; and her sister, Mrs. Crowell S. Jones. Services will be held at 2 p. m. Sunday, with the Rev. Dean Fetz- gar, of Sheffield Free Methodist Church. officiating. Interment will l>e made in Sheffield Cemetery. Marriage Licenses Emil Carl Feldt, Ashville, N. Y., and Margaret Marian Ross, Warren. Kiwanis Sponsors Carnegie Course Kiwanians turned from business to ball games Wednesday afternoon at their regular luncheon meeting. Before game time, president Robert Anstadt announced the Board of Director’s decision to to sponsor community Dale arne- gie courses. William Dyke and Richard Betts both Dale Carnegie trainees, are co-chairmen of the project. The committee includes other Kiwan­ ians who previously took the course. A class organized by local industry, is being conducted now for employes. The Kiwanis sponsored course will be open to the public, Anstadt said. The meeting adjourned at 12:50 p. m. and members turned interests to the, Bucs and Yankees, spending the afternoon watching the World Series as a group. CLASSIFIED ADS accepted untU 11 a. a on day of publica ti on IM METER COLLECTION Change collected from borough parking meters today totaled TT13.70. Borough police made the roUections. Parking Authority will receive $65.21 ofthis amount as taken from the Liberty St. and Market St. municipal lots. Youngsville Nurse Attends oCnvention Miss Helen Piper, school nurse tor the Brokenstraw Valley School District, has returned from Atlantic City alter attending the meeting of the National Foundation. The meetings were held Sept. 25 and 26 at the Traymore Hotel, with 650 New March of Dames voluntere leaders from six '«tates in attendant v. The New March oi Dimes will begin its campaign for $45,000.000 00 continue its fight against par- ,»lytic polio, birth defects and arthritis. “Just last month came the announcement from the surgeon general of the United States that the Sabin Oral Vaccine would soon be licenses ior use in this county a.4! a working partner to Salk Vac* rine. This i« financed solely through March of Dimes contributions,” *aid Miss Piped, Warren Count* Executive Board mem ber. Despite die availability of Salk Vaccine, thousands, of new cases <*f polio occur each year. The responsibility of aiding many oi these victims as well as 10,000 ■who contracted the disease in past years, rests with the New March of Dimes NOAH’S ARK rwo female puppies, four weeks ♦rid, to be given away. Dial RA 3- ?13f> SPORTSMAN'S PIGESTS^ «DRY FIRING* AIDS MARKSMANSHIP DR> RRING" (S MAKE-BEUEYE shooting; qoin 6 THROUGH ALL THE MOTIONS OF SHOOTING WITHOUT THE USE OP LtVe AMMUNITION. IT'S GOOD PRACTICE FOR SMOOTHING YOUR SWING AND IMPROVING AIM. KEEP AN EMPTY SHELL IN GUN'S CHAMBER WHEN TRIGGERING A COCKED GUN TO AVCXD POSSIBLE WEAR OF FlR ING PIN. ShCTTGUNNERS CAN PRACTICE IN VHE1R BACK YARDS, PRY FIRING AT BIRDS, ETC. R iflemen can ELIMINATE MOST OF THEIR WAVERING ON TARGETS BY AIMING 15 MINUTES A DA/ FOR 2 WEEKS. AjM AT ANY OBJECT ON THE WALLS OF YOUR HOUSE,ETC. 9 sir Friday and Saturday for your dancing pleasure Pat Norman & His Combo AT WHITE HOUSE INN JUST RECEIVED AT BiG JOE'S TRUCKLOAD MclNTOSH - CORTLAND NORTHERN SPY APPLES Bartlett Pears New Large White Potatoes Chestnuts Sharpest Cheese in Town 333 PRIZES FOR THIS AREA ONLY! NOTHING TO BUY! NOTHING TO WRITE Just deposit your entry al yuui and you may be lilt* winner oi a ensp bilJ’ Your chances oi wintun« are gmil becauw all the*, wonderful pr,/^ are for this amionl£ Ask your deal« tor an official «ntry blajA or mail him this ad with your *** . and he will mail you one. t W in ««n lhe« » absolutely no obliKahon. 30 CIOCK RADIOS Wok** y** »• Ho‘ br OlVIAMC. 301 KITUKN 1001 SETS A mutt i*r krt<K*r. 7 !»>*<•* ,f handy, fc*» *•••»*» »••** b’r IKCO. don’t go through another winter with COLD FLOORS! • ! Tired of closing off rooms and paying high JucL bills to Iwol? Then ch«k the 'j* Home Heater that gives you warm floors in every room and slash fuel hills by not wastin* heat cm the ceilini or out the ,-h.mney-s»e the ww GAS HOME HEATER inlet lhe big SlfGlf/) SWEEPSTAKES of WAXMAN’S 317-319 Penna. Ave., W., Warren, Pa. Earth, Stars and Man (2) Insignificant Earth by Don Oakley and John Lane MEDIEVAL MAN'S TINY UNIVERSE-AND THE INFINITY REVEALED BY MODERN ASTRONOMY The story of man’s search for answers about himself and his planet home could be described as one of a growing sense of vastness. It was a hard blow to the ego of medieval man when Copernicus taught that the earth was not the center of the universe but that it revolved about the sun. We now know that the earth is but a small planet (Jupiter is over 300 times heavier) ana that the mass of all the planets together is only l/700th that of the sun. Yet the sun is but a middling-sized star. The planets range in distance from the sun from Mercury, 36 million miles, to distant Pluto. 3.666 million miles. Between are Venus. Earth, Mars, the asteroid belt, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune. Other members of the solar system are the far-ranging comets. The nearest star, Alpha Centauri, is light years away, or 26 trillion miles. But reduce the scale. Let the sun be the size of a grain of sand. Earth is half an inch away from it, and Alpha Centauri ... one mile! More than this. The sun is in one arm of a gigantic, pinwheel-shaped galaxy — one star among billions. And our galaxy, the Milky Way, is but one undistinguished example of count* less others, whole clusters of galaxies. This is the universe as we know it today: spiral and globular galaxies, vast clouds of interstellar gas, pulsating stars, exploding stars, white and red giant stars and dwarf stars, yellow stars, double and single stars. Tha greatest distance man has yet peered into space: six billion light years. What about man then, this upstart arrange* ment of thinking matter who believes that the universe was made for him—he who plans to visit and conquer the planets and consider* even the stars to be a challenge? • Where did we come from? Where are w« going? The answers, and the guesses, meke up the greatest of all detective stories. It begins with the chapter on geology. NEXT? The Telltale Rock* IN FRIDAY - SATURDAY, OCT. 7 - 8 Yes Sir! It's here, the one event held each year that provides fun! excitement! and savings, too. All the bargains will be out ,on the street easy to get at, fun to buy. Ask for your Bogus Money when you shop in Warren participating stores. JOIN IN THE FUN and SAVE / SIDEWALK SELLING! On the street Friday and Saturday there will be Individual store selling———Booths set up by churches, organizations, etc. Come to Warren, shop, save, and have fun. K GIGANTIC AUCTION! There will be a big public auction Saturday at 4:00 P.M. 158 Items will be auctioned off to the highest bidder—Plus a 1961 Falcon Station Wagon. * BOGUS MONEY! With every purchase made in participating stores Friday and Saturday, you will receive Bogus Money in the form of paper money. This money can b# used as cash at the auction. ✓ NEW CAR DISPLAY! In the parking lot on Liberty St. there will be a display of all the 1961 Autos. Her® is a chance to see and compare the latest cars. RECEIVE YOUR BOGUS MONEY FROM ANY OF THE FOLLOWING STORES: Turner Radio Shop Jean Carol Hat Shop Western Auto Associate Store Redding & Wrhen Wendelboe's Miller Shops Savoy Cafe Penney's Blue & White Restaurant Murphy's Betty Dixon Logan's Men's Shop Montgomery Ward Cowdrick's Drug Store Widmann & Teah Drug Stores Kresge's Levinson Brothers Carter Shoe Store Style Shop Watt Office Supply Porter's Children's Shop Caldwell's Sears, Roebuck and Co. Betty Lee Jean Frocks Mullen Drug Brown's Boot Shop Gaughn's Drug Bevevino Electric Service Hardware Biekarck Music House Warren T.V. Warren Service Times-Mirror Pickett Hardware Ace Stores • W.N.A.E. Valone Shoe Store C. Beckley Virg-Ann Flower Shop Sherwin-Williams Paint Store Lewis Market Walker's East Side Store Bartsch Furniture Zdarko's Red & White Grocery Waxman Furniture Store

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