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Orlando Diefenderfer Inc. – Electrical Contractors – Allentown, PA

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Orlando Diefenderfer Electrical Contractors, Inc. has been serving the Lehigh Valley region since 1920.  - Diefenderfer Website

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Queen City Electric Supply Co. – Allentown, PA

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From this angle, looks kinda queer to me.

Tasty Meats – Delicious & Refreshing – Coca-Cola Remnant – Allentown, PA

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Goodall Rubber Co Inc. – Industrial Rubber Products – Handkerchiefs – West Broadway – Tribeca, NYC

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Albright Son & Company – Allentown, PA

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Louis R. ALBRIGHT Sr. (son of George O. ALBRIGHT and Sallie BROBST) was born on August 6, 1876 in Allentown, PA. He was educated in 1895 in Mercersburg Academy. He was educated and was a member of the Cannon Club in 1899 in Princeton University. He died after being in ill health for 2 years and a hospital patient foir 2 weeks on November 8, 1949 in Sacred Heart Hospital, Allentown, PA. He lived 24 South 18th Street, Allentown, PA. He was a partner in pipe fabricator firm in Albright Son and Co., 123 North Front Street, Allentown, PA. The business had been in the family and handed down from father to son since the time his grandfather founded the firm in 1865. He was in St. John’s Lutheran Church, Allentown, PA. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Membership] He was buried in Fairview Cemetery, Allentown, PA. M. Cena BITTNER and Louis R. ALBRIGHT Sr. had the following children: Dorothy L ALBRIGHT &

Louis R ALBRIGHT Jr. was born on April 12, 1910 in Allentown, PA. He was educated in 1927 in Mercersburg Academy. former co-chairman of the academy’s fund drive He was educated in 1931 in Princeton University. He retired in 1977. He died on January 22, 1989 in Lehigh Valley Hospital Center. He lived in 2629 Greenleaf Street, Allentown, PA. He was an owner and operator of pipe fabrication company (formerly Albright Son & Co.) in Albright Metals, Allentown, PA. The company was founded by his great-great grandfather in 1865. He was Lutheran in St. John’s Lutheran Church, Allentown, PA. Served as financial secretary; former usher for 53 years; member of vestry and vestry treasurer. He was educated in Allentown Preparatory School. Served as former president of school’s alumni [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Membership] president of the Purchasing Agents Association of Lehigh Valley in 1952; former secretary and chairman of the Allentown Water Authority; former board member of the Maskenozha Rod and Gun Club in Pike County. He was an avid fisherman and conservationist and participated in the stocking of the trout for many years.

During World War II, he was a member of the Tire Rationing Board He was buried in Fairview Cemetery, Allentown, PA. Rev Bittner Book: Bittner 999

Louis R ALBRIGHT Jr. and Miriam L. DORNEY were married. Married 53 years in September, 1988 Miriam L. DORNEY (daughter of Ray DORNEY and Mary SCHLOUGH) was born in Allentown, PA. She died 30 May 2008 at age 96 in Inpatient Hospice Unit of Lehigh Valley Hospital, Allentown, PA. She lived in Luther Crest Retirement Village, South Whitehall Township. She. She was from the family who founded Dorney Park She was educated in Allentown High School. She was educated in Julliard School of Music, New York, NY. She was in St. John’s Lutheran Church, Allentown, PA. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Hobbies] She was buried in Fairview Cemetery, Allentown, PA. Louis R ALBRIGHT Jr. and Miriam L. DORNEY had the following children: Louis R. ALBRIGHT III & Dorothy ALBRIGHT. – Genealogy Rootsweb Ancestry dot com

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Item name: Prentiss Vise Co. invoice, 1903
Summary: Invoice for vise. Sold to Albright Son & Co. of Allentown, Pa.
Description: Vise manufacturers.

  • Prentiss Vise Co. history (in Prentice Places)

Schmoyer’s Dry Cleaners – Schmoyer gets jail time for bizarre attack – May 30, 2009 By Kevin Amerman OF THE MORNING CALL

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Then-Salisbury commissioner pushed dry-cleaning customer to the floor, jumped on her.

Just weeks before she was randomly attacked by a former Salisbury Township commissioner, Patricia Canzano was running in 5-kilometer races.

“Now I can barely walk two blocks very slowly,” she told a judge Friday. “The attack was a heinous crime committed by a monster.”

6/3/2009 FOR THE RECORD (Published Wednesday, June 3, 2009) Patricia Canzano said she took part in 5-kilometer racewalks before being attacked Dec. 1, 2006, by former Salisbury Commissioner Rodger Schmoyer Jr. and although she had trouble walking in the days following the attack, she has no difficulties walking now. Also, Canzano said Schmoyer had “crazed eyes and a blank look on his face” when he attacked her. Incorrect information was written in an article Saturday.

Canzano, 65, says she’s sometimes too frightened to leave her house and sobs and shakes uncontrollably at times recalling the Dec. 1, 2006, attack by former Salisbury Commissioner Rodger Schmoyer Jr.

“Since the attack, Pat hasn’t had a decent night’s sleep even with sleep aids. Terror has incapacitated her,” said her husband, John Canzano. “Only sporadically do I see the same woman I saw before Dec. 1, 2006.”

After hearing testimony from family members of Canzano and friends of Schmoyer who say they were shocked to hear that a man they knew as mild-mannered and caring committed the act, Lehigh County President Judge William H. Platt sentenced Schmoyer to one year minus a day to two years minus a day in Lehigh County Prison. By shaving days, Platt allowed Schmoyer to serve his time in a county prison. The judge said Schmoyer, who has no prior criminal record, “would not survive” in state prison, which generally houses more violent prisoners.

Platt also sentenced Schmoyer to eight years’ probation following his prison time. The judge ordered him to pay an undetermined amount of restitution for medical and dental bills and to pay the costs of the psychological treatment Canzano has undergone.

“I still don’t understand why it happened and I never will,” the judge said.

Schmoyer, 58, couldn’t say why he attacked Canzano after she requested dry cleaning at Schmoyer’s family business on the day he was closing the shop.

“I’m sorry to everybody,” Schmoyer said. “I don’t know what happened and I’m really sorry.…I’m really ashamed.”

The attack occurred when Canzano, then 63, went to Schmoyer’s Dry Cleaning at 1911 S. Bradford St. in the township to get two pairs of trousers cleaned. She had been a customer for eight years, but didn’t know him outside the business.

Canzano said that after she and Schmoyer briefly talked about the store closing, he lunged at her, pushed her to the floor and jumped on top of her. Schmoyer was 5 feet 9 inches tall and weighed 260 pounds at the time. Canzano weighed 140 pounds and stood 5 feet 4.

Canzano recalled Friday that Canzano had “crazed eyes and a blank look on his face.” Canzano said she screamed and tried to hit Schmoyer with her keys. Schmoyer tried to shove a rag into her mouth and attempted to bind her wrists. Canzano said she had an “out-of-body experience” in which she was looking down at herself lying in a pool of blood.

Lance Conrad, a man who heard the screams, told police he entered the store and saw Schmoyer pinning Canzano to the floor. Conrad left to go home to get a bat and planned to return to the store. Canzano said Schmoyer eventually freed her and she ran away.

Steinway Pianos – Huff Music Store – Almer Charles Huff – Kessler’s Blended Whiskey – Main Street – Bethlehem, PA

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  • History of Northampton County [Pennsylvania] and the Grand Valley of the Lehigh By American Historical Society, 1920

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Try Kessler’s – The Smoothest Whiskey’s Smoothest Whiskey © Frank H. Jump

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Grain – Hay – Quaker Oat Feeds – Larimer Street – Denver, CO

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