Wellsboro Gazette, November 14, 1946

Wellsboro Gazette

November 14, 1946

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Wellsboro Gazette (Newspaper) - November 14, 1946, Wellsboro, Pennsylvania NEWSPAPER FILE SERVICE s 179 EAST SECOND ST. HI NONA, UIItttESOTA 'OUR XMAS NG, MAILING THIS YEAR! THE XSBORO ZETTE STATE FOLICE To kiwir the Law enough. Prt your Knowledge and experience to practical at all times when you drive. Avoid That Accident! Lxxn. WELLSBORO, PA., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1946 Seven Cents Per Copy NUMBER 13 AY RAISE ME NOW tfWSAYS ol Kills Need of stabilization Board d wage increase negotia- L the American Mint ers of North America Glass Works will be- fe immediately and will ve to October 21, ac- i statement made this rry M. Hosier, vice pre- lirector of CGW Indus- is. nnouncement came on the order issued by ruman on Saturday in Chief Executive lifted I controls from wages had already made to the Wage Stabiliza- tor approval of the in- ier said, but added that decontrol or- proval is no longer nee- eases amount to 12% iur or 12 per cent, which- ter. :ks received by CGW severing the week of iO to November 16 will aew increase, the com- and cumulative pay in- the period from October nber 9 will be added to issued during the week Officer Reserve Unit to Meet Here Nov. 20 The Officers' Reserve Association will hold its regular meeting at the State Armory here November 20, according to Anthony W. Walluk, publicity manager. Meetings will continue to be held on the third Wednesday of each month thereafter, Walluk said, and all- former officers, whether or ncc they are reserve or regulars, of all branches of the service, including Army, Navy, Marines and Coast Guard are urged to attend. Captain Ritter, commander of the Williamsport District, wfll be present to speak briefly, and im- portant matters will be discussed at this session. TELLS DAR OF TOUR OF WAR- TORN EUROPE Mrs. Emory Rockwell Des- cribes Understanding, Sympathy of War Weary Europeans Mrs. E. B. Rockwell was the guest speaker at Saturday's lunch- eon meeting of Wellsboro Chapter cu GOP COUNCIL WOMENSPEAK AT MEETING Mrs. Kathryn Smith, Mrs. W. E. Hill Address Law- rence-Nelson GOP Women Mrs. Kathryn Smith, president of the Wellsboro Council of Re- publican Women, 'and Mrs. W. E. TTill, vice-president of the Tioga County GOP Women's Council, were the principal speakers at the November 6 meeting of the Law- rence-Nelson Council of Republi- can Women at the home of Mrs. Wilma Davis at Lawrenceville. Both speakers stressed the im- portant role women voters and workers played in bringing about a Republican victory, and Mrs. Hill used as her theme, "On to Mrs. Hill pointed out that wo- men can do much toward restoring the Christian faith and morals of the nation's founders, which she said is what is needed to make America again a united and free nation. At the business meeting Mrs. Mabel Bradshaw, finance Area Holstein Breeders In Session On Tuesday; Plan Farm Show Entries Tioga County Holstein breeders met Tuesday afternoon at the Penn Wells Hotel, under the auspices of the Tioga County Holstein Breeders' Association, to discuss plans and programs for better dairying. Roy S. Eowen, Association presi- dent and director in the Pennsyl- vania Holstein Association, presid- The speaker also stressed expand- ed DHIA testing and scientific of dairying and the growth in bet- ed at the session and introduced i breeding programs carried on at the NEPA center at Tunkhannock, with the Holstein dairymen and other dairymen of Tioga. -Rider called the attention of the group to the recent classifying of the seven Holstein bulls, for type. ter dairying. C. E. Bennett, of Wellsboro, speaking briefly, discussed his ac- tivities as a pioneer Holstein breed- the harvest supper November 1, and it was voted to send the presi- dent and the membership chair- man, to the state convention at Harrisburg. >r 24th. of distributing in- l also be applicable to isory employees whose BS amount to per week ;nt, which ever is greater to October 21. IN ISSUES KSGWNG LAMATION Chief Executive jns Nov. 28 Thanks- Day; Urges s for Peace Edward Martin, in a m issued on Monday, Thursday, November 28; 1 holiday and Thanks- y in Pennsylvania, and fi "our people to observe their homes and in their worship in humble and imembrance of the bless- the citizens of this great i privileged to enjoy." mor also called for the the Flag. proclamation. Governor DAR at the Green Free Library, when 51 members and guests were j ancj present. j Miss Emma Gillette, of Mans- j field presided as regent and an-; nounced thfct the next meeting j will be a Christmas meeting in! may be j next session of the Coun- held at the home of Mrs. Bessie Krebs on December 11 a Christmas party. F3V Mansfield when.' Not Affected orougirt lor -wit; a.a.Lt A Smith School. However, a request; Ky JOD V A was made by the Crossnore School! J i that their usual box of Christinas brought for the gifts Kate gifts be sent a month early to as- Veterans de- er. and pointed out that his ac- at KEPA and that four classified' tive breeding of Holsteins dated very Good and three Good Plus from 1911 to 1925. Bennett them a high average score of the early beginnings with Black and Whites with his part- ner, under the firm name of Ben- nett Latzer and they used the prefix name of Slackers for their Holsteins. of this great n by Lad. Breeders pointed out that; it is from this start that the coun- ty owes much of its success as a Holstein center supplying seed stock to other parts of the state and to other states from its many class Jmown as the County herds over the years- Breeders de- Next on the speaker's roster was I wOilwlCb program had the average score of 813, Rider said, for a total of 853 Holsteins with 14 Excellent; 140 Very Good; 507 Good Plus; 159 Good; 33 Pair and none poor. Plan Farm Show Entries for the Pennsylvania State Show at Harrisburg in Janu- ary were discussed and it was said of breed will be select- to fill the open classes and the Extension Service of the Holstein-Priesian Association of America, at Brattle- boro, Vermont. Householder discussed Holstein udders and their relation to health; and milk production. His talk was; illustrated with slides which he had made on his many tours of the Holstein country. Giving a brief review of the 1946 activities of the state association fh Bowen for help in be secured from Tioga County Farm Agent Paul P. Korb. Entries must be filled out and returned to the Farm Show Build- larrisburg. by November 30. Short Business Meeting At a short business meeting fol- lowing the program of speakers, Bowen instructed the Junior Pro- ject committee of Roy Whittaker, Clark Bowen and Paul Korb, to select and purchase for the club a. later than November 28 lure enough gifts for every child, j dared to-aay that a disaoled vet- because all the surplus gifts of may accept any position and _____ year were destroyed by a recent stm receive full benefits for his ser-1 was State Fieldman, William M. fire Wellsboro members may leave i vice-connected permanent disabil-1 Rider, of Shippensburg. He dis- srifts at the library and Mansfield i ily- I cussed the excellent cooperation Holstein heifer calm which will be members may leave gifts at the Michael B. Reap, manager of the other sources to more tluri tl.700.000. Only handful of prottic- were employed tn They tMcnnt tuM te carries on all phases of the Com- mission's program, including law rnforoemcnt.. Fame land ment. game stockinp. predator con-, trol, game feeding, and public rel- MATXAltD s. BUSS. WEATHER The first gnmr refuge was estab- lished on State Forest tn In 1930 the Commission betwn its; own land purchase program, and I during the ed more UMH To-fey j it atanott UMjOW menu OK Pmff it WOT. 7 t 11 B 3B n Tnec v--- ;