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Vol. 44 No. 25

Tuesday, February 28, 1984

THE SOUTH _PITTSBURGH REPORTER

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Ever have a strong compulsion to do something you knew w~s right, yet you weren't quite sure what , the reaction of your peers would be to what you wanted to,say or do? . · . . It was with sµth mixed emotion that we published last week'.s cQnimentorial, "Who's 'burning' South ·Siders? Mainly the media." We kriew.son1eone had.to voice what most thinking me~bers of the community were saying, that unusual . crimes in our community were being blown out of pro,portion, that publicity seekers were cashing in on our temporary misfortune, and that those who have·been l spending· time, effort and ~oney to build a better -~outh $ic!~ wei:e tired of seeing and hearing ours as ,a "community in fear." . :--~,characterized . . '' --~ i. .Well; dear ftjend~ arid.neighbors, we all know that if.OU -~ ,~m0i you lose some, a,nd some are called·om'lc~ c?-~nt qf,(aiii_,·-~ h_is time, we w~n ona - _ f ~y~ ,·.since iasf Tuesqay, w.e have_.recei".ed . n!J.m_e],'QUS. calls·fro,:_n -people thanltjng,us for pu ttmg-' tpejr th~'ughts 'fu wg'icls. 'N pers"c>i{called to complain ~r disagr,ee. The calls came from all segments of -the commupity: residents, business people, even o_n e from a local police lieutenant. Some singled out a paragraph. they felt was particularly relative to their personal feelings; but ~ ithout exception, each agreed the column said something that needed saying. '

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Sometimes we wonder if anyone's really out there. We have bad days, like everyone else, and sometimes we wonder if p_u tting out a weekly newspaper that has community accepta_n ceis worth the struggle. Your response to last week's edition proves that it is.

PAT reroutes Warrington buses Four PAT bus routes operating via Warrington Ave. were detour:e d at 7 a.m. Monday, Feq. 27, with the start of City of Pittsburgh reconstruction of the Warrington Ave. section between Haberman and Arlington avenues. During the first phase of the street rebuilding project, extending one block · from Hab_e rman to Estella Street, the followiQg bus detours will be in place for approxiinately six weeks: 34C WARRINGTON - Inbound only, from regular routing on Estella to Kingsboro, Haberman, Warrington . and regular routing. Inbound stops on Estella at Warrington. and on Warrington at Haberman will be temporarily replaced by one on Warrington at Haberman (farside). The Warrington-Estella outbound stop will be moved to Estella'at Warrington.

46K KNOXVILLE and 46K KNOXVILLE-HILLTOP LOOPER - Inbound only, from Warrington Avenue to Estella, Kingsboro, Haberman, Warrington and regular routing. Inbound stop at Warrington at Haberman will be moved to farside of Haber· man, and Warrington-Estella outbound stop will be moved to farside of Estella. 51A ARLINGTON HEIGHTS - Outbound only,

from Warrington to Estella, Kingsboro, Haberman, Warrington and regular routing. Inbound Warrin~n-Estella stop will be moved to the farside of Estella, and outbound Warrington-Haberman stop will be moved to farside of Haberman. Other bus detours will be announced later for ensuing phases of the 12-month street reconstruction project.

South Side Block Watch coordinator • finds residents interested, caring Rita Shaw has been on the job a·s Block Watch coordinator for South Side less than three weeks, but already she is beginning to see a difference in the attitudes towards the self-help crime program from that experienced by her predecessor. She credits unusual criminal activity in the community for the change. "People. are calling for information. They are taking more interest in what's happening to their neighbors than before," the South Side resident says. "Many are volunteering to be Block.Watch captains, to hold mon~hly meetings in their homes. And they want to know about the deadbolt lock programs.and smoke .alarm prqgra.ms' avail~ble to, them thro"ugh · Prttsburgh Neighborhood Alliance." The coordinator was referring to programs in which

lists. As Block Watch coordinator, Shaw was hired by PN A to work 60 hours per month. Her base of operations is Brashear Center, 2005 Sarah St., where she can be reached from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. on Wednesdays by calling 431-2236 . Calls at other times will be returned when she is available. Although the smoke detector and home security components of her job are important, she sees the coordination of Block Watch as her primary goal. "If people see something suspicious in their neigh• borhood, they should learn to notify their neighbors or call live. Sliaw admits there is a long 911, the c·i ty's Emergency waiting list for bqth services, Number. South Siders are and.she c;an,prov.ide,any in£qr- . b11sically dose-Ilnit people, wor'i't be victims," ·sne matioi:r ' about -them, but 'arid would-be participants must says. Commenting on the earlier call P.N.A. at681-3702 to have their names placed on the lack of success with Block .

smoke detectors and security locks are provided free of· charge to those who fulfill certain requirements and fall within established incoflle guidelines. Documentation of income must be provided for both programs, which are limited to selected neighborhoods including the South Side flats. However, victims of home burglaries and those over 55 years ·of age are eligible for the Home Security program, and senior citizens, handicapped and female heads of households can get the smoke detectors, no matter where they

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Watch in the Flats, Crime Preven tion Officer Sam Caltagirone says the people of the community needed a "rallying point." "The program in Knoxville is so successful because the neighbors had a cause," he said. "There was a rash of purse snatchings there, and by becoming more alert to what was going on in the neighborhood, the residents themselves w~ able to help com· bat the crimes and aided in the arrest add conviction of the criminals." Shaw says her calls for Block Watch information are coming from "all ages" and all parts of ·the flats, the area .where she confint]s h_er activity. Anyon{l who j~m.t.eref!t-ed; in learning more about any of the three components of the program should call her at Brashear.

Citizens honor ~utstanding Block Watchers F_ive residents of the 30th Ward-Knoxville were singled out for special recognition as outstanding members of that community 's Block Watch program at a second anniversary social in St. Canice Sc_hool Hall recently. No. Seven Police Inspector Robert Henzler presented framed "Crime Watch" certificates of appreciation to Daniel Mazzarini, _Edward Collins and Joseph Lazor for "out· standing contributions in det'erring crime in the com• munity" during the past year, The men assisted the police in the solution of a rash of purse snatchings in the neighborhood. Robert Thacker was honored for his role in stopping a theft in progress, helping the police to recover "thousands of dollars worth of material." Henzler commen.d ed the men and emphasized the im· portance of citizen partici· pation in neighborhood crime prevention programs like the one in Knoxville. John J, Miller was honored as "Man of the Year" for his service to the community in the Block Watch program. Dorothy Fox, secretary, presented the award on behalf of all the leaders. Miller was un· aware of his selection until the time of the presentation.

Crime Prevention Officer held in the same room in which Sam Caltagirone praised the the dinner took place. program, which he said was "As a result of that comsuccessful because of the work munity fear and with the enof Chairman Loretta Miller, operation of No, Seven inspecblock leaders and "dedicated tors, officers and the members Block Watch members. " He themselves, this program has been successful," he said. spoke of fear and anger in the community which surfaced District Magistrate Anna two years ago in a meeting Marie Scharding, one of sev-

eral special guests attending, was acknowledged for her help through her minor judiciary role. Calling the 30th Ward group her "favorite Block Watch," she pledged to con· tinue to visit home meetings in various blocks to further assist by answering the community's questions about the law.

Borough seeks school bids Once more, Mt. Oliver borough officials are advertising for bids for the purchase of the now vacant school building at the corner of Hays and Ormsby Ave. Borough officials have advertised at least three times before, but received few bids and those they did get were rej ected because they were too low. In the pa_st, Various councilmen have said they feel the building should go to a use that would be of value to borough residents, and the sale price should be one that would provide "a fair shake" to Mt. Oliver taxpayers. Talks with county officials revealed there is no government money available to turn the old school into a new borough building, one original plan now discarded. Funds are

not presently available for converting the structure to recreational use, either, but it could be used for housing and the purchaser would be eligible for financial aid to help

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fund such a use. Details of the bidding process are available in the Bor· ough Building. The bids will be opened at the regular coun· cil meeting April 16.

Crime prevention topic at A~lentown meeting C/P Officer Sam Caltag1ro:rie. ~o. Seve~ Police Stat.i?n, will discuss cnme prevent10n methotjs at the quarterly meeting of the Allentown Civic Association Business Committee, Tuesday, March 6, 5:30 p.m. at the Hilltop United Methodist Church on Warrington Ave. Additional agenda items will include a discussion of Allentown's participation in Neighborfair, when members will sell Allentown kites and distribute a business discount

coupon sheet. Officers will also update current ACA programs and projects.

Exhibit features Martine's drawings Architectural drawings by South Side architect John A. Martine will be on exhibition Feb. 27-March 16 at the Les Idees Gallery, Room 301 , Duquesne University Union, Ex' hibit hours are Mon.·Fri., 10 a.m.-4 p.m.


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through Camp Fire course Greater . Pittsburgh Camp to cover fire prevention and Fire will offer a self-reliance emergencies. In addition to practical course for young children at a number oflocations, including _skills, feelings are explored. St. George School, in March "What if nobody likes me" and April. Named "I Can Do deals with personalities and It," the course teaches seven self-esteem. ·"What if I'm to nine i~ar olds how to cope afraid at home" helps children handle emergency siti:i'ations when no adult is at home. Pittsburgh Camp Fire pilot- by teaching them first-aid and , :ed the "I Can Do It" program how to use a telephone to call in April of 1982 in the Lem- for help. "What if I'm afraid mington area. Since then sev- away from home" helps chileral sessions have been offered dren deal with getting lost, in Pittsbwgh and its suburbs. harassment, and peer pres· sure. The program centers on For more information on "What if . '· .?" situations. the "I Can Do It" program For example, "What if I'm and "Feeling Fine," a stress rehungry" deals with nutritious duction course for children snacks, handling the stove, ages nine to thirteen, contact and .opening C~J.lS safely. the Greater Pittsburgh Camp "What if I smell smoke" uses Fire Council at 471-5513. the _e xpertise of a local fireman

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Ed Andrews has joined the staff of J.H . .White Vacuum Co., Inc., 215 Brownsville Rd. as general manager of the store and commercial division. Andrews, who grew up in South Side and graduated from South High School in 1959, served four years in the United States Marine Corps, including a tour of duty in Vietnam. One of 11 children, he is a former member of St. J osaphat's parish.

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Uhlman Horne lists activities Veterins of Foreign Wars Post 456 sponsors its next flea mart Sunday, March 4, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. at the Uhlman Home Post Home, 325 Hays Ave. Tables are $6 each, two for $9. • For information, call 431-9457. The post plans a Night at the Races Friday, May 4, 7:30 p.m. to raise funds for v_arious

Arlington student to learn to 'talk' with hands

projec.ts and hospital programs for veterans. One such party will take place March 9 at Highland Drive V.A. Hospital. Cars leave the Post Home at 6 p.m. Plans are underway for the annual trip to Sea World, scheduled for sometime in June, when 40 patients from Highland Drive Hospital will be ~ests.

Communicating by using those taught at Pitt. The one's hands is a skill that is children are taught how to not restricted to the deaf com- sign the alphabet, numbers, munity. colors, songs, and approxiEvery Wednesday and mately 300 vocabulary words, Thursday 52 students in using techniques of facial and grades 2-5 gather after school body language. at South Side's Arlington EleAlso, Beck has added the mentary to learn the art of McDonald's menu to her sign language. course objectives. She also While teacher Jackie Beck noted that each McDonald's signs a quick review of the restaurant is required to.have alphabet, students voice each at least one employee during letter recalling the appro- working hours who can compriate sign. municate through sign lanThe class, sponsored by the guage. Brashear Association, is a During the 45-minute class way of teaching the children to period students progress understand the disabilities of through various drills and in the handicapped, according to the latter part of the class Beck, a student volunteer team up for games. from the University of Pitts- ' Beck added that there will burgh. also be guests from the deaf The ten-week course objec- community to participate in tives are scheduled similar to the classroom activities, giv-

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The Hilltop YMCA Programs and member~hips, call gram Center, 302 Zara St., 481-4100. Knoxville has several weekly · Aerobics Classes I begin programs designed to "motiMarch 3, Tuesday anJ Thursvate, satisfy and delight." Bed~ys, 6:30-7:30 at fi: no~ville . cause of the agency's "strong United Ch~rch, $1-per ~sion. community commitment," · Ceramic Classes are on these programs are operated Wednesday and Saturdays at at low cost to residents. The the Hilltop Y, 11 a.rrt.-2 p.m. local Y also operates a health Overeaters Anonymous '. club. .. Meetings are held at the Y, 7-8 For more information about p.m. Tuesdays. For more-in~or1 these or othe~· YMCA proma tion call ·Thelm&, ..( ":at 381-4306. "'';.;,,:""'..;'. Private music lessoiis "also are availabie at the y;;.Klfages can le!l,f~ ~:J}lW-_P.i_ano, orgiµi, or, 9.ttid! -~ of.~!~~':V~~esd~ys, noon-6 p.m.\. -, ,,.,., · Blvd. of the Allies. .. . ;= ··,. : -. r ..,,.\~ , Qualifications for instructors are an age of 18 years or Poster'jii<;fging older; experience. working with youth; teaching-experi- is this weekend ence in school, churc~ or comAl Gestiehr, past community groups; and an ability mander of Veterans of Foreign to demonstrate the child-care Wars Post 456 in Mt. Oliver, skills included in the course. and Jo Ann Koontz, past auxiFor more information and liary president are serving as registration, call Red .Cross at co-chairpeople of the annual 263-3100. Pre-registration Loyalty Day Poster Coloring and a $5 fee are required. Contest for elementary school children. The Uhlman-Home Post officials have been gathering the major influence on her crea- posters in preparation for tive work. "Many people have judging of the contest Satur•told me my wall hangings day, March 3, 10 a.m. at the have a relaxing effect. Beauty, Post Home on Hays Ave. harmony and enrichment are Prayer service set the feelings I wish to evoke," she says. A World Day of Prayer service will be held March 2 at Myrna is now a Master of 1 p.m. at the Hill Top United Arts degree candidate at In- Methodist Church, 631 Wardiana University of Pennsyl- rington Avenue. The theme is vania where she also earned a "Living Water from Christ B.A. in fine arts in 197 4. Our Hope." All denominations are welcome. Studio Z Gallery, 1415 East Carson Street, is presenting Bake sale Mar. 3 Myrna's work in an exhibition There will be a rummage which will run from March and bake sale at the Bingham 3-24. The opening reception United Methodist Church, S. will be March 3 from 7-9 p.m. 13th and Bingham streets, The public is invited to attend. Saturday, March 3, 10 a.m.-7 p.m.

Course will enable Instructors to teach sitters' techniques Toaching youngsters how to handle the responsibilities of babysitting is the subject of a new instructor course being offered by the PittsburghAllegheny County Chapter of the American Red Cross, a United Way agency. TheRedCrossBabysitting Instructorcoursewillbeheld Saturday, March 10, from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. at the downtown chapter headquarters, 225

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2 units, separate entrances , much remodeling, occ. permits, . great income producing property. Priced at $39,900.

Cozy 2 bedroom, newly remodeled charmer, gas hot waler heat, handy location . Priced to sell $14,900. 2 bedroom brick home. New hot water heater, lovely eat-in kitchen, polio CJrea . Great buy for $29,000. Specious brick home on corner lot with perfect in-law set up. Finished gameroom, 2½ baths, and more . $35,000. Completely restored 5 bedroom brick. New kitchen, wall to wall . 10-7 / 8% financing available. $39 ,900. Just immaculate! Newer roof , thermopane windows, and soffit & fascia, walk in closets, 3 nice size bedrooms. Corner lot, must see. $42,000.

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South Side - Truly outstanding 2 bedroom .charmer, newly remodeled, garage carport, patio. A world of value at $34,900.

Could be used as I or 2 units . Owner will hold mortgage for 3 years . Just reduced to $23 ,500, owner anxious . 3 bedroom home in excellent condition , Isl floor laundry, off street parking and more $26,900.

SOUTH SIDE Solid 7 room house on busline. Very convenient location, one or two family. Only $22,000.

BRENTWOOD Super home for a young couple , hardwood floors , int . garage , owner has been transferred and an xious lo sell. Just reduced $39 ,900.

CASTLE SHANNON lovely 4 bedroom br ick home . New breakfast room addition , hot water heater, family room, level backyard . Small downpayment needed . Owner will help with financing . $56,900 .

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On the flats - 2 family in excellent condition . Separate entrances , electric . Close ta shops and transportation . Great investment potential. Priced at $40,000.

ALLENTOWN 2 story, 3 rooms and bath, walk to shops and transportation . Only $14,900. Rustic charm in this 3 bedroom home . Nice size rooms, logburning fireplace . Offers please , $21,500. Solid brick , 4 bedroom , good mechanics, needs loving family . Priced at $25,000. Great starter, move in condition , with a huge front porch ond garage , new roof . Only $26,000. 2 unit, remodeled , al. siding . Separate en trances suitable for one family or good investment. Price $28,000.

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2'/, story brick colonial with 4 bedrooms, move •in condition all· for $34 ,900.

Great 2 bedroom ranch with gomeroom , level ard and more . In excellent condition . $43 ,900.

MULTI-FAMILY COMMERCIAL Beltzhoover-Allentown Commercial property containing business and 2 opts. Separate 2 car garage . Call for details $30,000 .

Mt. Washington - 2 units , off street parking, nice yard , $32 ,500 for quick so le.

Knoxville - 3 units , separate electric, excellent condition , with an acc. permit all for $39,900 .

Freshly painted and new wall to wall , 2 bedrooms, fenced in corner lot., will pay points and most closing costs . 10-7 / 8% int . rote available . Only $2li,500. Great starter home, across the street from the park, lovely street , won 't last $26,900.

Brick duplex , close to Brownsville Rood , separate electr ic, tenants split gas bill. Only $43 ,900.

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- Brick duplex with 2 electric meters and 2 fur naces, good location, asking $45,900.

Mt. Oliver

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MT. WASHINGTON Reduced! 6 rooms on double lot. Newer kitchen, laundry on 1st. Must se ll , $29,000. Drastically reduced . Super ranch with 3 bedrooms , a l e, family room , detached garage on nice lat . Priced at $45 ,000.

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Very private and secluded 3 bedroom home. Detached garage, country setting , needs some repair,. Only $19,900. Move right in! 7 rooms, 2'/, baths, 2 car detached garage. A bargain at $55 ,000.

- Well located 3 unit brick , separate utiliti es $49 ,000.

Brookline - 2 unit , large yard, 3 car garage . Good poten tial for owner occupied rental $53 ,000.

Carrick - Super 3 unit brick duplex with separate en trances and utilities in prime location on 3 lots . This one won't last $70,000.

Knoxville - Great investment opportunity , 6 unit brick building, separate gos & electric. GAi $13,320 assumable mortgage. $79,900.

Brentwood- Custom built 2 story brick with 3-4 bedrooms, beautiful woodwork , stained glass windows and m~re $59,900.


County designates 14 emergency shelters The county commissioners say 14 nonprofit agencies will provide temporary shelter for persons in Allegheny County through monies allocated from a state Emergency Shelter Program Grant. The commissioners authorized acceptance of a $372,872 Emergency Shelter Program Grant awarded from the state Department of Public Welfare, which will provide emergency shelter for approximately 350 persons per night in the County through April 30. The commissioners said they will advance sub-grants to the following agencies: Deprived Poor Americans; the McKeesport YMCA; Women-

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THE SOUTH PITTSBURGH REPORTER

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space East; Women's Center & . and charitable organizations Shelter of Greater Pittsburgh; and social service providers, North Side Common Minis- interested in establishing tries; The Whale's Tale; and emergency shelters for the St. Joseph's House of Hos· homeless. pitality. Also, The Intersection; ACTION-Housing, Inc. will United Methodist Church also use the funds to pmvide Union; Jubilee Association, educational programs to Inc.; Hazelwood/Glenwood heighten awareness of the Glen Hazel Council, Inc.; Bethlehem Haven; The Salvation Army Department of Social Services and Light for MCI will donate pages and Life Rescue Mission, Inc. paging service at no charge to In a related action, the com· persons in the Pittsburgh area missioners approved an agree- who are awaiting transplant of ment with ACTION-Housing, a heart, liver or kidney. Inc., allocating $9,000 to the This effort is part of a naorganization to provide tech- tionwide community service nical assistance to religious

Carol Kardell; Phillips School librarian, has designated February as "Reading Month" at Phillips School. Under the direction of the librarian, teachers at Phillips are placing heavy emphasis on reading for pleasure. Students in gr,ades 3-5 focus on book reports whose topics range from fairy tales to pioneer

Reading Month

days, while primary stude~ts in grades K-2 visited the South Side Library. Highlight of the month took place Feb. 24 when Mrs. Kimmel, author of Magic In The Mist, came to 'ct!,at with students in the school library. A Book Fair, Feb. 27-29, will conclude the Read-A-Rama.

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program known as "LifePage," sponsored by 'Thlocator Network of America, the national association of the mobile communications industry. More than 300 communications companies are participating in LifePage by offering free services to the nearly 7,000 persons nationwide who need organ transplants. The program grew out of a successful pilot project begun last May in Los Angeles by ICS Communications. "Most people in need of an

organ transplant feel chained participating in LifePage will to their homes - afraid to donate the pagers -to organ leave because they could miss transplant centers,.wlµch will the lifesaving call telling them distribute them to pati~iJ.t.s -}f that an organ has become an organ become~ available, available," said Jerry Taylor, the center will page the recipresident of MCI Airsignal, pient, knowing that the meswhich will provide LifePage sage will be received witl,lin seconds. service in Pittsburgh. In Pittsburgh, MCI. will "The LifePage program will free these people of their .donate LifePage service chains, allowing them to be through the Univer!!ity of reached anywhere. And the Pittsburgh Department of only expense to patients is the Surgery. Approximately ·100 cost of one si~e AA battery persons are , awaiting organ transplant9iin the Pittsburgh each month,''. Taylor said. MCI and other companies area.

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The annual St. Patrick's Parade, the largest parade an· nually in the City of Pittsburgh, will be Saturday, March 17. Ed Fay, general chairman, announced the Most Rev. Anthony J. Bevilacqua, Bishop of Pittsburgh, will be the grand marshal. Fay has been receiving calls and letters since October of last· year from high school bands, drum & bugle corps, and marching groups from all over Pennsylvania, Ohio, and West Virginia asking to march. Organizations wishing to participate should contact Fay at 286 Main St., Pittsburgh, Pa. 15201 or call 621-3342 from 8 a.m. to5 p.m. not later than March 5. Fay said applications are being accepted for the "Miss Smiling Irish Eyes" contest. Applications should be sent to Sara Madigan, Roosevelt Arms, 607 Penn Ave., Apt. 22, Pittsburgh, Pa. 15222. A picture and resume of the Irish lass, who must be 16 years of age or older and single, must accompany the letter no later

than March 12. The St.' Patrick's Parade will form ·at Centre Ave. and Auditorium Place at 9. a.m.,

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month mMrs. ilgic In it with library. 29, will Rama.

Development Authority (IDA} of Allegheny County. Biggest project was a $6.5 million proposal from Metaltech Investments Inc. of Pittsburgh to reopen a portion of the former Jones & Laughlin Steel Corp.'s Hazelwood plant on Second Ave. Metaltech plans to resume production on the continuous

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JAMES McDONALD James McDonald, son of' Jim McDonald Jr. of Rochelle St., enlisted in the U.S. Air Force's Delayed Enlistment . Program recently, according to William Slezak the Air Force representative in The Federal Building. J irn, a 1983 graduate of Carrick High School, is scheduled for enlistment in the regular Air Force on March 22. Upon graduation from the Air Force's six-week basic training .course, he is scheduled to receive technical training in the Administrative career area. He will be earning credits toward an Associate Degree in Applied Sciences through the Community College of the Air Force while attending basic and other Air Force technical training schools.

aid, and Army history and traditions. He is a 1979 graduate of Carrick High School.

RONALD GRACE

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Army Reserve Pvt: Ronald D. Grace, son of William L. Grace of 412 Rochelle St., has ' "ompleted basic training at Fort Knox, Ky. During the training, students received instruction in drill and ceremonies, weapons, map reading, tactics, military courtesy, military justice, first

DANIEL SHERRED Second Lt. Daniel R. Sherred, son of Stanley R. and Dorothy Sherred of 144 Linnview Ave. has completed the U.S. Air Force military indoctrination for medical service officers at Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas. The course acquaints newly commissioned medical personnel with professional and administrative responsibilities as Air Force officers. Sherred is scheduled to. serve with the Air Force Hospital at Williams Air Force Base, Ariz. He is a 1983 graduate of Southwest Texas State University, San Marcos.

hot-dip galvanizing line. The purchase involves 8.4 acres, a 90,000-square-foot building, and additional equipment and machinery. The Metaltech firm, which will add $3 million to the project, plans to purchase the galvanizing facility from the Park Corp. which bought the entire J&L plant from the steelmaker. A Metaltech spokesman said the facility, which opened in 1956, is relatively new and the current demand for galvanized steelhas been rising. The facility is expected to produce 77 jobs.

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The Christian Mothers & Women's Guild of St.John the Evangelist Parish will hold a One-Price Bingo on Sunday, March 4, 2 p.m. Doors will open at 1:15 in St. John's Hall on 13th Street. Admission ticket of $5 includes nine cards. Cash prizes and a jackpot will be awarded winners.

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THE SOUTH PITTSBURGH REPORTER

PAGE TEN

St. Pat's dance will aid hospital

Trains, toys, dolls on display March 16-17 The Steel Valley Train, Miniature & Toy Show is returning to the Castle Shannon Memorial Hall on Route 88 for its first big two day show, Friday March 16 from 6-9 p.m. and Saturday, March 17 from 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Free T-shirts will be distributed to adults while supply lasts, compliments of Bob Smith Ford, Route 88. There will be a special return visit of the nostalgic 50's display built by Chuck Layman of Bethel Park, PA. The show will feature

trains, toys and miniatures of all gauges and makes. One of the world's smallest electric trains will be in operation as well as dioramas depicting scenes from foreign countries, built by A.B. Charles & Son Hobby Shop of Dormont. Repre's entatives of the Lionel Operating Train Society; National Railroad Historical Society, Pittsburgh Divis ion; Three Rivers Automodelers Association and Circus Model Builders will be on hand to conduct membership drives.

Adult admission is $3; children under 12 are free. A 10% The South Side Hospital discount will be given to will benefit from a "St. PadSenior Citizens. dy's Day Dance" to ·be sponsored by Golden Dawn Foods Y calling Breakers of Mt. Oliver, Saturday, March The Hilltop YMCA, 302 17, 8 p.m.-midnight, St. Canice Zara St., Knoxville is having a Hall on Rochelle St. break dance contest 'and Live music will be provided dance on March 16, from 9 by "The Deacon;•~Donation p.m.-1 a.m. Donation is $1.00. of $7 per person includes light Entry fees for contest are buffet, beer, chips and mixers. $2 for individuals or $5 per B.Y.O.B. group. Registration deadline Tickets are available at the for contest is March 9. For more information call Golden Dawn Supermarket, Hays Ave. and Brownsville the Hilltop YMCA at Rd. 481-4100.

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DIRECTORY OF PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

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Thursday, 1 to 8; and Saturday, 9 to 5. For information call 431-0505.

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Firemen's auxiliary luncheon March 7 The public is welcome' to attend the next luncheon-bingo sponsored by the Mt. Oliver Fire Department's Ladies Auxiliary, Wednesday, March 7, noon at the Firemen's Hall, 120 Brownsville Rd. Donation for luncheon and games is $3 per person. All prizes are cash. Tickets are availabie at the doQr.

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"We'll send a serviceman to Natural gas is safe, convenient, comfortable and econom- your home as soon as possible ical for heating, but as with t9 make a thorough check." In the meantime, if you smell gas any energy source, it's important to know how to handle throughout your home: • Leave the house - make problems that might develop, your call to the gas company says Columbia Gas. Because natural ga.s is odor- from a neighbor's home. • Don't use matches or less, Coluinbia adds a distincoperate any electrical applitive odorant for customers' pro~tion. Regularly the com- ance. · • Don't use any light switp.any distributes literature, ches or other switches. leave p·rlisents speeches and sends them alone! "scratch (\nd sniff" cards Columbia regularly inalong with other safety tips to C_?stomers, encouraging each spects customers ' service family member to be sure the lines, as well as the co.m pany's ' odor of gas is familiar and what they should do if they smell gas. Information is Neighborhoods for Livavailable at Columbia offices. · The C te d · t· en ran a consor mm "If you smell gas, first mg of local groups interested in check pilot lights and burners promoting city living and . . , . on gas appliances and equipwomen s role m ment. If you s~ill smell gas enhancmg Renaissance II is sponsoring after making these checks, a seminar, "Owning a Home then call immediately," Col- Women Can!" The seminar is umbia Gas of Pennsylvania's designed to let single women manager said. If you have any know they can purchase a doubts, however, evacuate the home. residence until it can be "The ' rules 1 related to checked.

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l'H.E.SOUTH PITTSBURGH Rt_PORfER

8, 1984

Fair Lady Frolic benefits needy children ment of love" sponsored annually by the ISDA for 500 or more disadvl\Iltaged children from area institutions. The children will be ISDA guests on Italian Day at Kennywood Park. Deprived, retarded or emotionally disturbed children will be chaperoned to

The Italian Sons and Daughters of America will hold their Fair Lady Frolic an annual card party with luncheon, fashion show and bake sale - at the Pitteburgh Hilton Hotel on Saturday, March 10, beginning at noon. Following the l:uncheon, Saks Fifth Avenue will stage a fashion show. During the bake sale, a variety of home-made baked goods, Italian pastries . and pasta will be available. Tickets are $17 .50 per person. Proceeds from the affair will go towards a "commit-

gas mains, and because of extremely cold weather which could send frost deeper than usual this season, inspections have been increased. "We're always glad to check for you if you suspect something's wrong," the manager said. Among the free booklets Columbia offers at its offices are: "Natural Gas Safety, the Gas Company and You, " "For Your. Family 's Well Being," and "Natural Gas and You Safety and ·conservation."

Y offers 'latchkey' program According to the Hilltop Y, approximately six million children throughout the country between the ages of six and thirteen take care of themselves when they return home from school. Unsupervised children run physical and psychological risks, including accidents and feelings ofloneliness and fear. Research studies indicate increased likelihood of drug and alcohol abuse and delinquent behavior among unsupervised "la~hkey" children. The Hilltop Y devised an AfterschOQI Program that will

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Wednesday February 29 at · · ' · · ' the U mvers1ty of Pittsburgh, F b Q d l or es ua rang e, Rooms 2M56 and 2P56 Oakland • '• · Each semmar 1s from noon 1 to p.m. . . The semmar is co-spondb h N · hb h d sore Y t e e1g or oo s for Living Center, The Mayor's Task Force on Women in Renaissance II, Women in Community Development, the Perry Hilltop Citizens' Council and the Bernhard RealtY Sales c ompany. For more information, call the Nei·ghb orhood s for L'iVIng . Center at 391-1850. The Neighborhoods for Livjng Center is a project of the Urban Redevelopment Authori·ty of Pittsburgh, Richard S. Caliguiri, Mayor.

The seminar will detail the specifics of homebuying, discuss the special city fmancing programs that can make homebuying more affordable Mi'chael E · Rom anus, · J r. , and feature tallcs by women · publisher of The Server and. · who have recently purchased Ci'ty· Ta·b 0 f P'tt . i 8 b urg h , 1s and, in some cases, renovated ~p~arheadingtheCoffeeDay acityhome. Speakerswillalso dr1v~ for the second _year as · discuss the advantages of chairman. . Accordmg to owniqg a towrrhome or Roman us, on Thursd~y, condominium. March ~2, any person we~ng . a Coffee Day button will be Sessions will take place

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Greater Pittsburgh Camp camping experiences. Products include cashew Fire boys and girls will be caramel clusters, chocolate -earning money for summer day camp and other camping covered mints, and peanut . and educational programs crunch. Members participatwhile gaining some first hand . ing in the sale will be wearing business experience by selling Camp Fire colors of red, white, candy to neighbors and and blue. The Greater Pittsburgh friends. The sale will be held Camp Fire Council includes from Feb. 24 to March 5. Each Camp Fire club re- boys and girls ages 6 to 18. tains a percentage of the Anyone interested in more inmoney collected for the candy. formation about the candy Proceeds help pay for sup- sale or Camp Fire activities plies, special field trips, and should call 471-5513.

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Pittsburgh Catholic Educa- must have previous extional Programs offers On-the- perience in the above or a Job Training positions related area, have a low inthrough the Older Adult Em- come, be age 55 or over, and a ployment Program (O.A.E.P.). resident of Allegheny County. The program is specifically de- (Residents of the City of Pittssigned to provide employment burgh are ineligible but Mt. in areas such as clerical, Oliver residents may apply.) health service, retail, food ser- Program services are JTPA vice, social service, child care funded and are free to eligible adults. and maintenance. For information and interPositions and training are secured through private and view appointment contact public employers. Support ser- Program Director Mary Franvices are provided in areas of ces · Land, 109 Washington job-search, interviewing and Place, Pittsburgh, Pa. 15219 or between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m., resume writing skills. To qualify, an individual call 281-2378.

"Veronica's Veil," America's Passion Play will begin its 65th season on March 11 at St. Michael Auditorium, Pius St. The production is a spoken drama which is presented each Saturday and Sunday during the ~enten Season. There are

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Memorial parade meeting Feb.29 Daffodil sale benefits fund Joseph Chereka~ chairman and marshal of the 1984 South Side-Hilltop Memorial Day Parade is inviting all units who wish to participate in the parade to attend a meeting Wednesday, Feb. 29, 8:30 p.m. at the American Legion Post 694, 1751 Arlington Ave. This year's parade and cemetery program will be dedicated to those who fell in

combat in Grenada and Lebanon. Chereka reports South High School's Oriole Band, under the direction of Janet Halt, will march in the South Side portion of the May 28 parade. Other musical groups who want to participate should send representatives to, the meeting or contact J:>_~~t 694

March 21 and 22 are days Allegheny County businesses should remember. That's when Mother Nature will be helping· the American Cancer Society, Allegheny Region by providing thousands of yellow daffodils. A corps of volunteers will be bringing this first spring flower, the flower of hope, to

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the area as a major fund· raiser. This signifies the start of the local fund-raising crusade against cancer. Over 170,00() daffodils will be sent from Washington as part of a special shipment for Daffodil Days in Allegheny County. Year after year the Pittsburgh business com· munity has rallied together to support Daffodil Days and re· mains the backbone of the event. Businesses and employers are encouraged to make ad· vance orders for distribution to their employees or as gifts to customers, hospitals or con· valescent. homes, by contact· ing the American Cancer Society office at 261-4352. Join in Pittsburgh's brightest event and order by March 1st.

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The South Pittsburgh REPORTER CARRIES MORE LOCAL CLASSIFIEDS

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ALONE & PREGNANT? A confidential caring friend. Lifeline. 562-0543. Free pregnan_cy testing. 3/20

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HOMEMAKER - Personal care workers to work with elderly. Areas include South Side, Crafton, Sheridan, South Hills, Brookline, McKees TO UNATTACHED LADIES Rocks. Must have car. Ex· - I am a lonely individual. perienced. Call Florence, Unfortunately I am a resident 381-6900. EOE. of Southern Ohio Correctional LEGAL SECRETARY Facility. I am interested in corresponding and making new Wanted for local South Side friends. If you are sincere, re- office. Good typing & shortgardless of age, nationality, or hand skills a must. Will con· creed, please write: Curtis "sider a bright beginner. Walton, #164-752, Southern 391-1697. Ohio Correctional Facility. P.O. THE NEW AVON - New Box 45699, Lucasville, Ohio. earning plan, new sales train· 45699-0001. ing. New growth potential. Call Lillian, 381-5778. •Wanted To Rent • SHOWERS OFFICE CLEANING Need person to substitute for .• GRADUATIONS PITT PROF wants place in regular cleaning personnel on Side. Small house, 1st an on-call basis. Call for more • SMALL WEDDINGS South floor apt., garage, warehouse info., 488-5053. apt. Will take long lease for SUNDAY nght place. 624-4144 (day· ARE YOU A SENIOR AFTERNOON light) ask for Ray, 363-4666 CITIZEN? Need extra (_eve.) 2/28 money? Large commission SHOWERS and extra bonuses. We can 3 BEDROOM API'. or house. help. Call 481-4004 or South Side Flats. Sec. 8 ap· 481-3132. proved. 488-1529. 2/28. NEED E)CTRA INCOME! F====================1t The fast easy way. Large com· missions & extra bonuses. Call for info., 481-4004 or 481-3132.

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SOUTH SIDE - 5 rooms & bath, $250 plus gas & elec. Donley Realty Co.. 884 -690~. 1717 E. CARSON ST. - 3 tooms, bath. 381-1297 , 921-3752. 2/28 SOUTH SIDE - 2 furnished rooms. Convenient to everything. 481-4030. 3/27. TWO BEDROOM furnished apt. $275. a month. utils. included. $ 100. security deposit. $25. service. Refs. 488-6280. MT. OLIVER - Furnished apt., 1 bdrm., equipped kitchen. Pvt. bath, entrance. 1 adult pref. $185. 431-8340. FURNISHED ROOMS- 2½ rooms. Pvt. apt. Also, sleeping rm. Near transp. 381-8765. SOUTH SIDE - Unfurnished rooms. Convenient to everything. 481-4030. 3/7

STILL ONLY15 WORDS FOR $1.75 s~ FOR EACH ADDED WORD CARRICK AREA - 4 rms. & bath. 2nd. floor. $265., gas included. New carpeting. No children, no pets. 884-8160.tfn ALLENTOWN & GREENFIELD - 1 bdrm. apts. Section 8 approved. 421-1446.3/6. MT. OLIVER - 1 bedroom. $170. plus utilities. 882-8624. BROWNSVILLE RD. - Near Mt. Oliver. 2 bedroom apt. $150. plus utils. 882-8624. 1 SLEEPING ROOM - Man preferred. 431-1872. SLEEPING ROOM - Convenient to everything. 481-4030. 3/27.

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DEADLINE: NOON, THURS. FOR TUESDAY PUBLICATION PLEASE PRINT MY AD UNDER THE FOLLOWING HEADING: AUTOS, _TRUCKS FOR RENT FREE - * HAULING HELP WANTED HOMES FOR SALE LOST & FOUND - * MISC. FOR SALE PARTY NEEDS -

•For Rent

• For Rent

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• For Rent BRENTWOOD - ½ block to Brownsville Rd. 5 rms. & bath. $225 . Donley Realty Co.. 884-6900. tfn

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PERSONAL REMODELING, REPAIR REAL ESTATE WANTED SITUATION WANTED SPECIAL WANT TO BUY • WANT TO RENT • OTHER ' No Charge

PLEASE PRINT MY AD FOR WEEK{S). AMOUNT ENCLOSED _ _ __ WRITE ONE WORD PER SPACE

MT. OLIVER - Remodeled 6 rm. house.. Close to school. $250. Ready. ARS, 462-8500. Fee. . LANDLORDS - Rent your vacancies. Fast & free. Call for info. ARS, 462-8500. Fee. SOUTH HILLS - Nicely fur. nished efficiency. Pvt. parking. $195. utils. pd . ARS, 462-8500. Fee. SOUTH SIDE - Spacious 2 bdrm ., laundry facilities . $200. Ready. ARS, 462-8500. Fee. . ROUTE 51 - Lovely 2 bdrm. on bus line, equipped kitchen. $225 . . Bills paid. ARS, 462-8500. Fee. SOUTH SIDE - Nicely furnished 2nd: floor. $150. Bills pd . Won't last. ARS, 462-8500. Fee. MT. WASHINGTON - Carpeted 2 bdrm. Equipped kitchen . $225. Yard . ARS, 462-8500. Fee. KNOXVILLE - Remodeled 3 rms. Carpeting. $185. On bus line. ARS, 462-8500. Fee. SOUTH HILLS - Carpeted 2 rms. Equipped kitchen. $225. Bills paid. ARS, 462-8500. Fee. ALLENTOWN....,. Remodeled a rms., equipped -kitc hen . $175. utils. included. ARS, 462-8500. Fee. NEED A RENTAL? We can help! We have more than 1500 vacant h,omes & apts. in all areas/sizes/prices. Some no deposit. Most apts. includes ' all utils. ARS, 462-8500. Fee. l(NOXVILLE - Weekly basis. $35. Private, clean, comfortable. Furnished rm. Sep. bath, kitchen facilities. Humble folks welcome. 381-3477. MT. OLIVER - Brownsville Rd. 1 bdrm., equipped kitchen, parking, w/w carpeting, AC. Security. 381-4749, 431-8215.

CARSON ST. - 2nd. & 3rd. floors. 4 rms., bath. $200 per month. 431-6500. tfn 1 SLEEPING ROOM - Convenient to everything. 381-5140. . tfn. MT. OLIVER - Family sized 2 bdrm., $210.; large 3 bdrm. $230. laundry & utils. included. ARS, 462-8500. Fee. CARRICK - Remodeled 5 rm. house, equipped kitchen, dishwasher, garage. Must see. ARS, 462-8500. Fee. SOUTH HILLS - 2 story, 5 rms., full basement. $190. Yard. ARS, 462-8500. Fee. MT OLIVER AREA - 4 rooms & bath. No pets. References. 488-6810 2/28 CARRICK - St. Wendelin. 4 rms., bath. Busline. E.)derly woman · pref. No pets . 884-7167. 2/28

• Homes For Sal~ BRENTWOOD -2 stbry. 2 large bdrms.; formal diningrm., gameroom, attached garage, w/w, modern kitchen, covered porch. Extras. Mint condition. Near bus. Owner, 881-8593. $49,900. 5 ROOMS - 2 baths. Fenced yard. Extras. 381-86 26, by owner only. Reasonable price. 381-8626. 3/7 . KNOXVILLE DUPLEX - 2 units, 5 rms., bath, laundry each. Separate utils. Live in one, let other help pay mortgage. Asking · $34,900. 488-8051, by owner. SOUTH SIDE - Leticoe St. Lovely 2½ story altim. siding. 2/3 bdrms., 2 full baths, w/w. Extra lot. $26,900. 53 1-1046, owner.

ALLENTOWN - 8 rm. brick semi-bungalow. New roof soc'. fit & fada. H.W: heat. Do~ble lot. Close to churches & shopping. $30,000. 481-9575, 466-3611. 2/28

LEGAL NOTICE BOROUGH OF MT. OLIVER SALE OF MT. OLIVER SCHOOL Sealed bids will be received until 3:30 P.M. April 16, 1984 by the . Borough of Mt. Ollver, 150 Brownsville Road, Pgh., Pa. 15210 for the sale of the Mt. Oliver School. Bids will be opened publicly at the Regular Council meeting on April 16, 1984, 7:30P.M. 1. Se~led bids will be accepted for the L~nd and

Bulldlnas known as Mt. Oliver School at the corner of Hays and Ormsby Avenues on Lot 12~.72' 162.33' ::f! For Chain of Title; see l)eed Book, Volume 6371, Page 791 In the Recorder of Deeds Office of Allegheny County, Pa. 2. Current Zoning for this property Is COMMERCIAL. 3. Terms of Sale: a. A certified check In the amount of 10o/. of the bid must accompany the sealed bid. b. Sale must be completed within 60 days after awarding the bid to the successful bidder by the Borough Council. Balance of purchase shall be In cash. ' c. The 10% bid check shall be forfeited to the Borough of Mt. Oliver If the purchase Is not completed In 60 days. d. Property may be viewed by contacting Mrs. Fred Froelich, Borough Secretary, betw-n the hours of 1:00 AM to 3:30 P.M., Monday through Friday, Phone #431-8107. e. Property shall be purchased "AS IS" and all transfer costs shall be paid by the successful bidder. . f. Successful purchaser shall · receive a marketable title such as will be Insured by a

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MAIL TO: or bring to 1713 E. Carson 2nd floor SOUTH PlfflBURGH REPORTER P.O. -BOX 4285 PlfflBURGH, PA 15203 ...,... NONE ACCEPTED BY PHONE -

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SOUTH SIDE - Josephine St., - Frame (alum.) 3 rms., bath, double attic (can be used for 2 bedrooms), double iritegral garage, H.A. Heat $25,000. SOUTH SIDE - Holt St., - Frame (alum.) 3 rms., bath, attic, H.A. Heat $12,000.00. · ALLENTOWN- - Freeland St., - Frame (al um.) 6 rms., bath, H.A. Heat. $16,500.00.

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1103 E. CARSON ST. BELTZHOOVER BELTZHOOVER ALLENTOWN OV.ERBROOK -

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- 2 bdrm., alum. siding. $15,900. - 3 bdrm., tram~. $18,000. 3 story brick building. 50 x 100.

Dartmore St. - New Listing. 6 rm. brick. Immaculate condition . $29,900.

. ALBERT W. OTT, REALTOR YOUR MULTI-LIST REALTOR

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746 WARRINGTON AVE. 381-1306

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MT. WASHINGTON - Edith St. 5 rms., alum. siding. New thermal windows. Owner will finance. $31,900. KNOXVILLE - 6 rooms & storeroom. Amanda St. $18.500. · · BELTZHOOVER - Brick duplex. Chalfont St. Excellent .condition. $32,000.

SA.M UEL A. FINLEY MEMBER WEST PENN MULTI LIST INC.

1212 ARLINGTON AVE.

431-4200

BALDWIN - Just listed. 2 bdrm. brick ranch, gamerm., automatic garage opener, l.b. fireplace. Handy location. $44,900. BRENTWOOD - Two family brick. 8 rms., 2 baths. 4 car garage. Corner lot. One block to Brownsville Rd. $59,900. SOUTH SIDE - -Near St. Michael 's. Remodeled 2½ story. Alum. siding. 3 tidrms., 1½ baths. F.A. gas furnace, large kitchen , plus many extras. $28,900.

SOUTH SIDE - Home & income. 2 family. Gas furnace, copper plumbing. 3 baths, separate entrances. Handy to everything . $29,900.

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KNOXVILLE - ST. CANICE - VA nothing down. Estate . musi sell this 6 rm. solid brick home. Front porch, full' basement. Gas F.A. heat. Selling below appraisal. Asking, si3,500. , BROOKLINE - RESURRECTION SCHOOL - ·5 rm . . alum. siding, cement front porch, double yard. On , busline. Veteran's no down payment. Asking $28,500. BROOKLINE - 2 FAMILY - Solid 8 room yellow brick. Clean as a pin. Garage, double I.at. Good area for children. Asking $34,990. •··. BRENTWOOD - I-IANDYMAN'S SPECIAL - A super buy for the right person Is this 8 room victorian colonial. Built-in kitchen with refrigerator & dishwasher. Don't miss this one! Asking, $39,900. BRENTWOOD - A wise i'nvestment. 10 room · brick duplex with 3 car garage. Everything separate·. Close to Brownsville Rd. Asking, $48,500. BON AIR - Newly remodeled . 5-room twin brick. New carpeting, new wiring & roof. Move-in condition. $23,500. • CARRICK - RANCH - Reduced $4,000 is this out- standing 3 bdrm. brick with integral garage, Carpeting, new roof. Out of town owner asking $44,900.

B.C. ARTMAN & CO. "REAL ESTATE EXPERTS"

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YOUNG BOYS & GIRLS! Want .some extra spending money. You can have 1t by selling Easter candy. Also, we have a surprise party planned for sellers. Call now 381-1611 or 481-4004.

TELEVISION SERVICE reconditioned b. & w. and color t.v.'s Used typewriters. Best deals. Labash, 481-4393, any- INTERIOR PAINTING, time. tfn. wallwashing, Experienced, neat work. Free estimates. RUBBISH BARRELS - 55 Call Glenn, 481-8829. 2/28. or 32 gallon _steel with lid. Delivery. 781-7682 or GENERAL CLEANING 782-24?6.. tfn. Homes, offices, business. 884-3135, eves. 5/22. T~LEVISION SERVICE reconditioned b. & w. and colWEDDING PHOTOGRAor t.v.'s Used typewriters., PHY. Creative and profesBest deals. Labash, sional quality. For informa481-43!)3, anytime. tfn tion and consultation call The MARCH 5TH - .Bag Sale. Photographer, 431-4062. 3/6. '!\vice Around Resale Shop. ALTERNATORS, starters, All · sizes for family. 2813 furnace motors. Casne ElecBrownsville Rd. 884-2457. . tric. 481-4633. · 3/27 USED FURNACE .:..... 125,000 MARIA'S IDEAS. Take .the BTU. LoW' Boy. $150. time "to have a special card 431-0939. made for a special person. DRYER - Sears·. Gas. Works Original hand drawn, personwell. $75. Goppertone. . alized greeting cards. Stop in 34-1-4756. 3/6. to see samples at 1705 Arlington Ave., ·Pgh. 15210 . STEREO - Fisher receiver 481-1119. _tfn. with 4 large speakers. If interested call Dan after 6 p.m., "ATTENTION" Organiza381-0571. tion Leaders! Boy & Girl Scouts, churches, bowling COUCH, $35.; oak office desk, $50.; 3 kitchen cabinets, $40. leagues, clubs, etc. Make good money selling Easter candy. ea.; buffet, $35.; chifferobe, $35 .; 5 tables, $25. ea.; 2 Call 381-1611 or 4004. dressers, $25. ea.; base cabi- INCOME TAX and accountnets, $20.; 2 bicycles, $25. ea.; ing expertly done. Over 20 Call 481-5471. years experience. Reasonable CARPETS,rust-15'x12'6", rates. After 5:30 p.m. Call Richard Misutka, 561-9088. blue/green, 12'x12'x21", $80. 4/12. ea.; curtains, - 5 pairs, white batiste, · $3. pair; drapes, 3 • Wanted To Buy pairs, $2.50 ea.; Lane chest, $50.; 2 chi{ferobes, $30. ea.; OLD DOLLS; toys, furniture, Magic Chef range, $45. magazines, costume jewelry & 481-4742. comic books. Lilliput Doll GOLF CLUBS, GMC truck Hospital. 881-7830, after 1 lights, 2-7' wood doors, 3-80" p.m. 1305 E. Carson St. tfn wood doors, 80"x5' double steel door, bird cage, light fix- ANTIQUES WANTED tures & lamps, plastic plumb- Highest prices paid. Most ing fixtures, cycle helmet, everything 40 yrs. or older speed bag mount, fishing bought. Fu"rniture, picture equipment, 10 speed bike, pic- frames, glass, china, Jewelry, ture frames, medicine cabi- coins, dolls, clocks. South nets, porch spindels. All . Bank Galle_r!es. 488-6688.tfn. cheap, 921-3784.

• -~>a_rty Needs

ROOFS REPAIRED Prices for people on fixed incomes. 683-2757 or 766-4088, Mr. Quigley. · tfn.

HALL FOR RENT - Mt. Oliver V.F.D., 120 Brownsville Rd. Showers, weddings, graduations, etc. ·For information, call any Tuesday, Thursday or Saturday, 431-5210 between 7 & 11. tfn.

HAVE TOOLS WILL TRAVEL - Carpentry, electrical, etc. Wooden beam cellings made. Quality,, work at very low rates . Call Dan, 431-6933. 3/20. GEYER CONSTRUCTION - Windows, doors, roofing, siding, porches, additions, general contracting. Quality work. Call Rich, 344-8093 . _________ 31_2_0. SAVE MORE THAN MONEY on replacement win<lows and exterior doors. Call us and compare. 481-6156. QUALITY KITCHEN Cabi· nets. 40% lower than retail. ·Call us and compare. 481-6156.

HALL FOR RENT - South Side area. 15th & Sarah Sts. Meetings, small weddings, graduations, etc. For info. call 488-9589. tfn. HOMEMADE COOKIES Reasonable. For any occasion. 381-5722. tfn. HOMEMADE cookies and nut rolls for all occasions. Also, homemade chocolate. 381-2070, 481-9385. tfn

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• Haulin§ SLIGHT HAULING _ Trees & shrubs cut and taken away. Yards cleaned. Free estimates . Call Jeep, . 431-7604. tfn

•WEDDINGS • PORTRAITS • CUSTOM FRAMING • COMMERCIAL • OLD PHOTO RESTORATION

TRASH removal. Cellars, yards, houses cleaned out. Ask for Rav. 481-5471. tfn

WEDDING SPECIALS

• Autos, Trucks 1972 PLYMOUTH WAGON - A-1 running condition. $495. 431-0938.

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. 1975 PONTIAC CATALINA - P.S.P.B.-AC, auto. 2 door, blue. Good car. 481-1273, 431-8190. CASH FOR JUNK cars & trucks. Free towing. 431-2240.

LIBERAL DISCOUNTS ON INVITATIONS & ACCESSORIES and 1tw1,, 1 lttt

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WHEN BUSINESS IS SLOW OUR PRICES ARE LOW CALL NOW FOR BEST PRICE ON Aluminum & Vinyl Siding Roofing & Gutters Wood & Steel Doors Slider & D.H. Windows

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481 ■ 1351 Furnace Replacement Furnace Repairs Soffit & Fascia Replacement Windows

McDONOUGH PLUMBING

431-1058 701 SOUTHERN AVE ,, PGH .

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431-8215

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NEW 8. REPAIR WORK BATHROOMS 8. KITCHENS HOT WATER HEATING HOT WATER TANKS SEWER 8. DRAIN CLEANING FROZEN WATERLINES THAWED

"SINCE 1958". RESIDENTIAL · COMMERCIAL "QUAL/T\' •INDUSTRIAL• WORK NEW CONSTRUCTION ALWAYS " · REPAIRS CITY-WIDE

BUCKET TRUCt s,RVICE

LICENSED • BONDED INSURED • FOR YOUR PROTECTION

431-2232

334 BROWNSVILLE RD.

- FACTOIY TUINID -

521-5648 • 421-1144

TONY COFFY Cement Contractor • Commercial • Residential

All TYPES CONCRETE WORK • Block Garages • Additions We Are Insured

381-2298 reater Pgh. Re1odeli1g Your Local Hom-. Remodeler Awnings Battiroor11s litd'lens

Sicftng Roofing

Painting , Gutters Downspouts 6ose111ent

Doors Painting

Soffit & Fascia PlasteriP9

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Complete Home Remodeling

82 S. 15th St. South Side 0 . - : Joe lerNtewia

381-8039

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SIDING ROOFING KITCHENS

WASHER•DRYER SERVICE

56 HARWOOD ST. 481-0574

REGISTERED MASTER PLUMBER

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JIM FERINA CONSTRUCTION

113 BROWNSVILLE RD.

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GARDNER MOVERS

HOME OWNERS FRIEND. Paneling, tile, ceiling, patch plaster, roof repairs, windows & doors. Plumbing. 381-2551.

ALUMINUM CO.

Roofing & Heating

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F.M. RIGANO - Registered electrician, for residential and commercial wiring. Free estimates. 531-3623, 885 -7148. tfn. PLUMBING, heating, air conditioning, wiring, kitchens & bathrms. Nick, 744-4822. tfn PLASTERING -Our patchwork a specialty. John J. Dmitrzak. 881-7218. tfn . CARPENTRY, porches, doors, windows, drywall, ceilings, ~amerooms, kitchens. Smal1Jobswelcome344-7444. tfn. PLASTERING - All types. Reasonable rates. 381-7912, 885-3652. tfn. FURNACES. Cleaned and checked. $20 plus parts. Sam, 481 ·135 1. tfn. RE-MOD-ALL - Exterior Specialists. Windows, doors, siding, soffit & fascia, roofing. Richard Mehrenberg, con· tractor. 381-5047. tfn. PAINTING - Exterior, interior. Insured:,.Neat work . Free estimates. Experienced. Don Hazlett, 882-2797, 481-3()22. tfn. CARPENTRY, plastering, cement work. 481-5471 . tfn

Repair & Remoc1el Before Winter

SAM'S

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SNOWPLOWING, and salting. Driveways, sidewalks, streets, shopping centers. Light hauling & moving. REGISTERED ELECTRI-- 4.81 "2216 · . tfn CIAN - Residential, com- PAINTING, wall coverings, mercial wiring. Free esti- plaster repair. Reasonable mates, call Bill, 343-2670, rates. No job .too small. Free after5p.m. 2/28. estimates. Eves., 343-1712.

COOKING DONE Delicious meals delivered. Individual or family portions. Reasonable rates. Call for menu. 655-2292. 4/3. CATERING SERVICES Weddings, etc. Large or small. Great food. Reasonable rates. Call for menu. 655-2292.3/37.

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Contracting Remodeling, Renovation, Repairs, Room Additions , Kitchens, Baths, Porches, Decks, Office Partitions, Windows, Doors .

Stop In and See Our Replacement Window Display Open 8-5 , Monday thru Friday Saturdays , 10-2

Quality Workmanship - 30 Years Experience FREE CONSULTATION TO DISCUSS YOUR NEEDS

1705 ARLINGTON AVE.

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