The Kane Republican from Kane, Pennsylvania on May 12, 1972 · Page 7
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The Kane republican, Friday, May 12, 197? 7 j Jacobus - Poklar Mofors Expanding REAL ESTATE INSURANCE Samuel A. Man no 133 Biddle St. Kane Phone 837 - 8355 . Notary Public Sales Appraisals Management nI J; ui"ifil,lIMi''iiiiijlH.i'1 - I i mi&rii.'Oi. - . Si.. Construction is underway on an addition to the Jacobus - Poklar Motor Sales just east; of Kane on Route 6 which' will provide close to 2,000 square feet of business area. The addition, being built by Mike Chirillo of Kane, will be utilized for office space and the expansion of the parts department as wen as display space. . . PA. GRADE CRUDE MEETING IN OIL CITY JUNE 15 OIL CITY, Pa. The annual meeting of. . the Pennsylvania Grade Crude Oil . Association will be held jointly ' with . the Bradford District Pennsylvania Oil Producers Association on June 15 at the Wanango Country Club, Reno, Pa. . Mr. Hollis M. Dole, Assistant Secretary - Mineral Resources, U. S. Department of the Interior will be a guest speaker. PAINTO Complete line of best known names in Faints, Wallpaper and Decorator Supplies. EXPERT CORATORS AT YOUR SERVICE Kane Decorating Co. t MW J"f 7 I L .d 17 Field Street Kane v Regular Checking V Thrifti - ChecW" '7 V Bank - by - Mall KANE V V V V V V "Regular" Savings Certificates of Deposit Christmas Club OFFICE Safe Deposit Boxes Mortgage Loans Commercial Loans WARREN V Auto Loans V 5 dis. on new models V Personal Loans NATIONAL v Drive - In Window V "24 - Hour Banker" V Night Depository BANK V Bank Money Orders V Travelers Cheques V Complete Trust Service MEMBER F.D.I.C. Mr. Readinger Grange Master Co - op Meetinq Guest Speaker WAKrihiN A. Wayne ueaa - uiger, Master of the Pennsyl vania Grange, will be guest speaker at the 33rd annual meet ing of Warren Electric Cooperative, Inc., Monday evening, May 15, in the Youngs ville High School auditorium. Readinger, prominent Berks County farmer and fruit grower, is the 15th Master, to head the Pennsylvania State Grange, third largest in the nation in membership. ' r: - r.r... Penn Central RR Wants to Abandon Track to Brockway RIDGWAY - The Penn - Cen - tral Railroad Company wants to abandon 17.1 miles of railroad tracks from Ridgway to Brock - way. The Penn Central Railroad reorganization plan now before the U.S. District Court in Philadelphia includes abandonment of this and other tracks m a 10 - county area. The. majority of these tracks lead to worked out mines, the railroad company stated. However, the court and the Interstate Commerce Commission must approve the track abandonment before the railroad firm is permitted to start pulling spikes. (DOXD Well Fracturing Discussed BRADFORD Extensive frac turing operations in the Penn' sylvania Grade Crude Oil producing region were discussed by a panel of producing company representatives at the dinner! rv,ootin(t rvf Penn VnrW Phantpr. American Petroleum Institute, I Tuesday evening at the Valley I Hunt Club. INDUSTRY SEEKS WCID AID FOR DEVELOPMENT WARREN The Warren County Industrial Development Authority discussed a loan application from a local industrial rnnrern at a recent meeting. According to Howard Ford, authority chairman, the group postponed making a decision on the application for a three weeK period while additional mlor - mation about the applicant is obtained. - - '. " - ; The Industrial Development Authority, which consists of nine members, - was created under the State's Revenue Bond and Mortgage Act of 1969 by the Warren County Commissioners. The nrtranization acts as a ve - hirlP to helo the . growth and expansion of currently existing and new industries. Kane Scientist , Gives Paper to Ceramic Society c B. Thomas Shirk, research scientist with Stackpole Carbon Co., Kane, is the author of an important technical paper which he will present at the 74th Annual Meeting of the American Ceramic Society in session this week at Washington D.C The Society's annual meetings are the largest gatherings, of ceramists in the world. . Mr. Shirk will give his paper before the Society's Glass Division at the meeting. More than 4,000 ceramic scientists, plant operators and engineers are. expected w attend this 74th Annual Meeting ; more than 520 technical papers will be presented, T.ney will also vipw thp disnlavs of over 60 ceramic firms at the Society's Annual Exposition to be held in conjunction with the Annual Meeting. With more than 10,000 participants in some 60 countries, the American Ceramic Society is an international organization devoted to the .. advancement of ceramic research and production. - The United States alone produces $12 billion worth of in dustrial ceramic products each year. These products jnciuue such essentials as brick, tile, radio and TV tubes, electrical insulators, rocket components, glass, bathroom fixtures, 3park plugs, and hundreds of other items made by the ceramic process. Mr: Shirk resides here at 11 Pine Avenue. FOff 5AVNG5 It's a tradition the finest in meats from the oldest established meat market in Kane area. AIELLO'S MEAT MARKET 75 Fraley Street Phone 837 - 6790 STACKPOLE CARBON CO. SETS VACATION PERIOD Announcement was made this week of the vacation period of otonnlo farhnn ComDailV to start on the evening of Friday, July 7 with operations to be resumed Monday, July 17. v The vacation report was made to advise that shipments are to be arranged to arrive either before or after the vacation period. Northern Tier Community Action Sylvania Club Donated To Four - County Agency The Northern Tier Community Action Agency this week announced that the historic Sylvania Club, located in Emporium, has been donated to the four - county anti - poverty agency by GTE Sylvania, Inc. Anti - poverty officials hailed the gift to residents of Pennsylvania's' northern tier' as "historic as the building itself." It is the first donation of its kind in the entire , area. , Ii inril!l I If! rRa&Uiwri l&8mft. - iMMef !K RHKSIffMI V HIS1 "7""? IS Ttr Bv43,sI'',JI,i'"!'"i,,m!S1'1 I""" n MlllP IS." " - wire.;' i'afW!pi!iWW'H'mii SE - 3QES the Whole Family! BROWN'S BOOT SHOP DEICHES' Clothing Co., Inc. "Everything ... for Lad and his Dad" Nationally known brands of Clothing and footwear BOSS LINCO LINES TO LEASE BITER FREIGHT Boss - Linco Lines, Inc., subsidiary of Novo Corporation of New York City, has received temporary authority from the Interstate Commerce Commission to lease the operating rights and specified equipment of Biter Freight Syster, Inc., of Trenton, N.J. The Biter Freight System will increase Boss - Linco's coverage in New Jersey and Pennsylvania including the Allentown - Bethlehem - Easton, Pa. areas and extend Boss - Linco's operation throughout the Connecticut River Valley and the entire state of Massachusetts. A Sparkling Array for Any And Every Occasion Broadbent - Sfiteler Co. Take the elevator THIRD FLOOR Distinctive Service The John F. Hill Funeral Home Kane, Pa. Phone 837 - 7575 HEALTH DEPT. WARNING HARRISBURG The Pennsylvania Department of Health has issued a warning for con sumers to be on the alert for a reducing method called "Tnm - A - Way" which involves a solution deemed misbranded. It is the seventh reducing product to be found in violation of state law in recent months. TOP DISPLAY IN 100 MILES PIANOS ORGANS HAL FRITZ CO. St. Marys, Pa. (Johnsonburg Road) Appointments Appreciated ' Telephone St. Marys 834 - 27C1 WILLIAM EATON NEW MANAGING EDITOR OF THE CORRY JOURNAL CORRY George Sample, publisher of the Corry Journal, this week announced that William S. Eaton has been advanced to the post of managing editor with full responsibility for the newsroom. Mr. Eaton was city editor of the Corry Journal for 12 years. iVJV ..Anthony J. Grimone, Executive Director of Northern Tier, said that GTE Sylyania officials felt the building, with its many facilities, should become an integral, part of the community and .should be available to those who needed it and not kept for the exclusive use of the company. The company became enthused with the idea " after Northern Tier staff explained that it could be used for senior citizens, families, training programs and as the hub for anti - poverty programs now in operation throughout Cameron, Elk, McKean and Potter Counties. The donation was arranged through the Pennsylvania Department of Community Affairs and its "Neighborhood Assistance Act." The state - sponsored program allows industry and business to not only become involved in local human development projects but to receive tax credits for their donations. The tax credits are applied toward corporate net income tax, insur - . ance premium tax or shares tax for up to 50 percent of the contribution. GTE Sylvania donated not only the impressive Sylvania Club to Northern Tier but a two - story annex building located at the rear of the property, lnis building will be converted into vocational training workshops, for staff offices, storage of government surplus foods used in Northern Tier programs (Meals on Wheels and Head Start)) and storing furniture that can be restored for distribution to needy families. Mr. Grimone said that preliminary plans call for the main building to be used as a senior center, family human services Kane Student at 'Energy' Seminar Jour CHEVROLET - - - WILLYS SALES and SERVICE AVENALI CHEVROLET Rt. 6 1 Mile East of Kane 24 HOUR WRECKER SERVICE PHONE 837 - 7290 GENERAL AUTOMOBILE and TRUCK SERVICE FRONT END ALIGNMENT WHEEL BALANCING A - CT & ) 'n fl Among the' student and teacher delegates from over 80 western Pennsylvania high schools who participated in "Energy Today and Tomorrow," a recent seminar - tour program sponsored by West Penn Power Company were (left to right) students Jeffrey Marietti of Burrell High, Daniel Seidl of Kane High; Richard Port of Uniontown High, and Dennis Stephens of Apollo - Ridge High. Developed by the power firm as a contribution to the knowledge of energy and its future, the program included a formal program presentation at Greensburg and tours of the West - inghouse Electric advanced reactors division at Walt Mill (Westmoreland County) and the large new Hatfield's Ferry power station near Masontowi. center, community dining room where the elderly can take advantage of a weekly food program, meeting place for local civic and service organizations and administrative offices for Northern Tier. The annex building will be the place wheie school drop - outs, juveniles who have had problems with the law and even youthful first offenders will find a new way of life. A program will be offered, using both paid and volunteer skilled craftsmen to train these young people in carpentry, plumbing, electrical work, auto repair or any other similar needs there may be in the area. The Svlvania Club was built in 1906 as a private home at the cost of $120,000. In 1929, it was purchased by Sylvania Products Co. and for many years, was the "office away from the office" for Sylvania executives. The interior is a homeowner's dream. The beautiful quartered oak in the dining room and oth er natural woods came from Central Pennsylvania; brick came from Bradford; skilled artisans came from many parts nf the elobe. Most of the rooms were walled in canvas on which Belgian and Austrian artists painted scenes in oil. Dumb - waiters provide sprvire lietween the basement and the three floors of the man sion. Intricate designs in plaster, marble sinks, tiled walls and floors, characteristic of wpalthv homes of that time,, have been carefully preserved. "There is room enough lor everyone and our doors ate open to everyone," Mr. Grimone said. 'We want the home to be the place where people trom an walks of life and rrom an in - i J L 4 - . come levels meet ana get w know one another. The Northern Tier director said the Ladies Auxiliary of the American Legion has already asked to use the main home for their meetings and that room will be given to keep their equip ment and supplies. Looking to the future, it is planned that the main building will be used, in part, as a puoi "congregate housing program for the elderly." With this con cept, and using the eight bed rooms now located on the second and third floors, eligible elderly citizens could live in the home on a permanent basis, using the kitchen and other fa cilities available. Northern Tier officials said additional programs for using all of the facilities within the home will be initiated as needs are known and as ideas are giv en from the people of the community. Within the next several days, the executive committee of Northern Tier will be meeting to choose a new name for the Sylvania Club. A six - pound female trout will produce about 4,000 ggs in area streams. mthmma a mi SUPPLIES. Kane Lumber & Fuel Co. Hemlock Ave. Kane Phone 837 - 6685 BATTISTA MOTOR SALES Rambler - Chrysler Plymouth - Dodge Dodge Trucks N. Fraley St., Kane, Pa. Complete Auto Service 6 Auto Body Tow 9 General Repair OPEN EVENINGS 6:30 P.M. 8:30 P.M. NATIONALLY KNOWN FURNITURE for every room of your home 4 BENTZ Furniture Stores KANE ST. MARYS FLOOR & WALL COVERING EXPERT INSTALLATION SALES famed name lines. WILLIAM THOMPSON 210 Poplar St. Kane Phone 837 - 853G IS RECAPPED Absolutely the best! Lee and Michelin TIRES NEW & RECAPS LEE BATTERIES DeCAMP TIRE & BATTERY SERVICE 114 Bayard St. Phone 837 - 7775 I BENJAMIN MOORE PAINTS I HOUSEWARES I PLUMBING SUPPLIES I HUNTING SUPPLIES TOOLS 9 ELECTRIC SUPPLIES CHUBON'S HARDWARE And SPORTING GOODS 150 Fraley 837 6682 mm 500 Chase St. Kane. Pa. Phone 837 - 8730 for House Delivery OPEN EVENINGS Hardware Housewares O Paint 9 Decorator Supplies 9 Heating Stoves 9 Plumbing Supplies If HARDWARE Sedgwick St. KANE Phone 837 - 8130 cw Fashion ft dhf FOOTWEAR in Nationally Known Lines MOUNTAIN CITY BOOTERIE Kane's Smart Shoe Salon JACOBUS - POKLAR MOTORS BUICK OLDSMOBILE PONTIAC "THE RIGHT DEAL - THE RIGHT WAY - EVERY DAY" SALES SERVICE OFFICIAL INSPECTION 1 mile East of Kane Rt. 6 Phone 837 - 6621 Bottled - Bulk PROPANE 9 Heating 9 Drying 9 Cooking 9 Water Heating 9 Stationary Engines 9 Lighting 9 Refrigeration Call RICHGAS Phone 837 - 7G70 Tionesta Ave. Kane SSAFETY OF X A ciy YOUR SAVINGS y V2 UP TO J$J iTTiliTa (mm, - 1 REPLACING A GAS RANGE? When vou replace your present gas range, here's a great way to put cleaner living into your cooking life. With more fun and less work. A CONTINUOUS - CLEANING OVEN cleans itself every time you cook. Automatically. At regular cooking temperatures. Nothing to turn on or off. And always you have the vast variety of flame heights and heats you only get from GAS. Instant adaptability, instant on - and - off , for. better, cleaner cooking. Kane Gas Company

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