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    Wellsboro Gazette {Newspaper} - 1974-09-19,Wellsboro, Pennsylvania                                 1^ *‘llshoro  Gazette  ctniihiiicd u itii  iìlangfklò ^íitorrHéef  99TI1 YEAR NO. 45  Police to Patrol School Grounds And Park  The Southern Tioga Board of Education this week adopted a resolution to grant permission - to the Mansfield Borough Police to patrol the School District grounds with full authority to  WEtLSRORO, PA„ THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1974  15t I'ER (;oi‘>  TIOGA COUNTY GOP gathering, shown from left: Rep. Warren H. Spencer; Helen Cole, President of the Tiogg County Federation of GOP Women; Ken Lee, Speaker of the House and Principal speaker at the meeting; Ed Carlson, Tioga County GOP Chairman.  Me Dade Breaks Ground For Tioga-Hammond Dam  pro^ct*the pro'^rly an'd^    Congressman Joseph M, Me-    dard told the group that another    the cleaning up of mine acids    Engineer for the Corps' Balu-  all violators Part of the reason    District, reminded    of the big advantages of the    and pollutants in the Tioga    more Office, in his talk at.  for the resolution was the cut-    assembled crowd at the    project which the area would    River.    the luncheon, remarked that  Uno nf all owintjc at thp    '^og^-Hammond Dam Ground    see in the near future, was    Coi. Robert McGary, District    the project is on schedule.  I"    Breaking, of the devastating  Shapp Administration  warren Miller School just before the school year opened,  rose in the  waxing all newly cleaned win-    now-peaceful waters of the Tioga  dows on the nver side of the    and Crooked Creek. He  building and the breaking of    uuuined the benefits in safety  a window m the cafeteria,    qk,s^ downstream from the  All the new teachers were    ¿[am and the economic rewards  GENERAL JAMES KELLY, Col. Robert McGary, Congressman Joseph McDade and Secretary Maurice Goddard gather around the control box as Congressman McDade prepares to set “off the charge at the ground breaking ceremony for the Tioga-Hammond Dam,    Photo by Loveland  Public Invited To Discussion on  Mansfield Senior Named to Who’s Who  Corrupt Says GOP Speaker    a    ..........................  -    Mansfield High School and invited to the Board Meeting, the Tioga County area.  Approximately 160 persons mentioned the great honor a Junior at Empire Beauty go that they could meet the    , . convened for an indoor GOP recenüy bestowed on Spencer School in Williamsport, was board members and observe ,  picnic at St. Paul's Episcopal when he was named outstand- notified recently that she is ^ meeting.    “ u‘j 1 u  Church Parish House last Thurs- ing legislator by his coUeagues to be featured in the 1973-74 The Board approved two pro-    Pushed the buttons that day night where they heard Judiciary Committee of Who's Who Among Students m cedures developed by the Ad- a^tonatea a charge at the  Kenneth Lee blast the incum- which he is a member. American Vocatiojial and Tech- ministration during the summer,    anchor s|Mt of me Tioga River  bent Shapp Administration. strongly urged people nical Schooi Honws Program." one is a self-evaluation form    ^Uside and “Shapp has totally destroyed Íthe voters) to read, listen and Who’s Who Among Students for teachers and the other is  confidence in the system” (gov- “Governor TVIilton Shapp in American Vocational and ^ recommended guideline for    f. ^homg  ernmental) Lee said. Lee is defeat Wmself in the No- Technical Schools was con- parents who have questions con-    ® surroundmg hills,  running on the GOP ticket for member election unless the vot- ceived by the founders of Who’s cerning the'school.    Prior to Congressman Mc-  Lt, Governor with Guberna- apathetic,” he said. Who Among Students in Ameri- Board authorized flu in-    Dade’s address, the Mansfield  torial candidate Drew Lewis thinksr normally Demo- can Universities and Colleges jections for ail staff and per-    State College band had begun  of Montgomery County. - cratic Counties including Fay- For over 40 years, this annual gonnel.    the ground-breaking pregram.  Speaker of the House Lee Washington, Columbia, Who’s Who Program has served xhe Board voted to establish    Rev. Edward Trask, pastor of  was introduced by Rep. Warren Westmoreland will the goals of higher education October 15 as a final date for    the Tioga Presbyterian Church  H. Spencer who in making his vote Republican tWs fall. ^ by hononng on a national lei-el completion of the Liberty School    gave the invocation and WilUam  introduction said, “Fortune “Tioga County,” he said, “was America's leading collegians for Building project. Unless the    C. Bradshaw, Mansfield, Mas-  Magazine described Ken Lee Co^ty to get behind their individual academic ex- building is finished by that date,    ter of Ceremonies and Ci>-Chair-  as a respected conservative cellence. Today the Who s Who che board will lake legal action    man -of the event welcomed  leader who was concerned where to back Lewis honor is conferred by more agamst the ccntractor.    the group in the name of the  this state was going six years schools in all 50 After a discussion of financ-    sponsors, the Tioga County  ago." Major issues in this cam- states and the District of the Board voted to lei    Assn. of Boroughs and the Army  Before launching into the text ^ mflation, taxes, Columbia. the contract for the Liberty    Corps of Engineers,  of his speech, Mr. Lee paid &nd the general high Who’s Who Among Studeni.s xennis Courts lo George Toguc    ^ v o aa h e compUments to Rusty and Andy co^ofhvmg, he said, in American Vocational and for $15,800,  Lewis, sons of GOP Guberna- . One incidence related by Lee Technical Schools seeks to pro- xhe Board voted to contribute    [5 department of Environ-  torial candidate Drew Lewis ‘^«P'cting corruption vnthin the vide this same national r?fog- $570 toward a nevv scorc boaro    Resources, spoke of the  who were both present at the concerned Shapp's m- aition to the outstanding voca- for Mansfield High School Cor    'f "“P Parpnf«! WPplfPttH  meeting. He also told the group volvement m the sale of a tional students of the year for S905 has already been    chains of protection on the van- 1 aiClll/d tV CCJVCllU OCt  of the exceUent job being done WiUiamsport cable television the comributions they make to raised,    waterways, but, he cau-  by their own elected Repre- company. their schools and communities. it ^33 noted and annroved    possible to i^^pTVI r|p|* V "I -    £lf“ VTSl 1 Í and Use Patterns  sentative Warren H, Spencer Lee said Shapp “pariayed an Nominations are based on aca- that cSrlLHufftSnLi^^^^^^    OCpitílllUCl /C'1 dl itlO ^ Land Use Patterns  ^ ^ almost worthless cabei TV com- demic records dilisence leader- c \ i 7 u TT    local governments to regulate .    ,    ..u  Rlrtaetiiif« Man almost the best in ghio and part'icination m civic u    the use trf flood plains and You don’t have to be a kid ¡ng almost exclusively concert The public is invited to a  Blossbnrg Man United states,” netting the SXs. n'i ^    ^l^o to’ so regulate the tjse to enjoy Kool-Aid, "nd you don’t jazz for the first time, the panel discussion on -‘The  governor more than Í1.8 mil- Lu Ann is the daughter of T k"''    the new lakes, have to be a parent to enjoy band toured the state in the Changing Land Use Patterns lion. In return for Williamsport Mr and Mr Ronald Keníedv u to receive the    ^nd to participate in the Mans- 1973-74 school year performing of Tioga County" to be held cable rights, Shapp gave two cXmSrC osí noads    the area and not become an field Stale College Parents' m such places as .Allentown, Wednesday, September 25. at Williamsport councilmen lucra- This sorineT wLs sS    eyesore or a nuisance. Weekend, September 21, 22, Phoemxvüle and Wiiliamspori, 8^00 p.m., at the Griffths Annex One of the nation’s largest uve state jobs, Lee said. f hL ^ urganization    ^ ^ which has something for ever>-- Ryan, who played alto sax for of the Mansfield Baptist Church Masonic conventions will be held Lee said he has seen numer- ^ ^llen. a teacher at    Dr, Goddard and also Brig, one except perhaps the Gnnch Ohio Slate University when it This very important and time-at Atlantic Qty between Sep- ous examples of corrupüon at their anní^Al -rpmivLt High School offered    Gen. James L, Kelly, U,S, Army Highlights of the weekend m- won the 1967 national concert b' topic which concerns and tember 19 and 26 as the Su- within the four-year Shapo ad- r T-’ k a letter of resignation which    Corps, of Engineers, stressed elude on Saturday áñ 8 00 p m jazz band finals in Miami Beach affects the very fabric of life preme Council of Scottish Rite ministration. ueauty neia in tne Poconos, accepted. Gail Webster,    the recreational value of the performance by Mansfield's and came in second in 1%8 m Tioga County will be di^-Freemasonry for the Northern Lee, who enthused about the t receive a cPA, was hired to audit the    project, Gen. Kelly also noted concert Jazz Band, a con- at Notre Dame, said that the cussed by Mr. Charles E. Bal-Masonic Jurisdicüon conducts numerous merits of his running District books.    that had the dams been com- „rt branch of the Esquires, MSC band will play some Man- leine, the recently appointed its 162d yearly meeting, A to- mate Drew Lewis and of his h-?r k „ general purpose    pleted at the time of the Agnes gnj ^ football game at 130 yard Ferguson and some jazz Tioga County Planner: Mr. il tal attendance of 2,500 Thirty- accomplishments of building a nS .nTudinl h.r    no^, more than t^ice the cost the Mounties against rock by Ladd McIntosh. The Glenn Hart, of the MSC Depart-third Degree Masons and wives strong Republican organization m fhp Blossburg High School Sept, 23,    of the project would have been D C Teacher's College Cougars, new band put on a performance mem of Geography and Reis expected from the fifteen m Montgomery County termi- Lu inn    af’d on Sundav an open ping m Elkland last spring to raise gional Planning and active ,n northeastern and midwestern „ated his talk with the request damaged roof    vented, plus the untold human tournament from 2 00 to money to help send the Elkland regional planning in the Northern states making up the 513,000- that the voters give their state students in at Mansfield High School.    suffenng that would have been 4 qq p,^, Memorial Hail and High School Band to Poland, Tier, and Dr. Robert Johnson, member Northern Jurisdiction, a real birthday present in con- praduatinn in June GS4 GeU MSP Rid«    planetarium shows at 1 00 and and there seems every reason of the MSC Department of Ele-The Thirty-third Degree, high- currence with the 1976 bicenten- ion in June ^ i. . lo».. Dias    Albrecht, Project 2 00, to expect it lo raise the pleasure mentary Fxlucation, uhosc est honor of Scotüsh Rite nial celebratíon. and elect Drew MSC Duplicate    Supt. of the Holloway Construe- Esther C Roberts, whó has of this year’s Parents’Weekend major emphasis is Environ-Masonry, mil be conferred on Lewis for governor, R d . bids totahng    ^o., spoke briefly for the helped plan several of the Col- to new heights    mental Studies.  Wednesday, September 25, upon Announcement was also made «^porl $236,^66 for the instaUaUon of    construction compames, cur- ¡ege Union Board sponsored Other actuities include an The Mansfield Area Branch 206 members of the Fraternity at the meeting that the annual The winners of the Mansfield fLproject weekends, expects about 1500 art show in the Laurel .Manor of .-\AUW is sponsoring thi-  coming from the participating fail luncheon has been sched- State College Duplicate Bridge Manir,revealed that three guests and invites loca    '    ’’  states and selected by the Su- ujej f<jr October 29th beginning Club to date this month have ' i . i ^ ^    contracts are to be let dents to come as well prenie Council because of "out- at 12.30 at the Pemi-Wells Hotel been as follows September 2 ^ ^ standing contributions to Free- The annual GOP Convention will - Beth and Dick Walker, first, masonry or for sigmficant ser- tw held at the Hershey Motor and Jim Preston and Steve Ben-vice toothers reflecting credit inn on October 6-9 cetic. second, September 9 -on the Fraternity •’Justice Pot- Walkers, first. Bob and Carole ter Stewart of the United States Hallelujah Joy Band Unger, second, and Ernie and Supreme Court and a member -p  of the Scotüsh Rite at Cincin-    * ertorm at MSC  To Receive Masonic Degree  The bid total exceeded the    before the project is completed project allocaUon by i36,566  or 18 per cent    '    Kelly was introduced  Unofficial low bidders were    ^y Robert F, Erway, President heatme, venulating and air cor- >he Tioga County Boroughs . ,    .  ditioning, B 0 Daubert Inc.    Assn. and Congressman Me- tion^ 0^ Thomas ^J Rvan, and  resi- B Lounge, open house at van-    meeting Members will meet  ous campus buildings from 4 00    at 6 30 p m, for a buffet dinner  The jazz concert is one of to 5 00 p.m Saturdas and the    and business meeting prior tu  the first opportunities for .Mans- traditional Esquire dance band    the program Let us strive to  fieldians to hear the new con- music at the 12 00 brunch .Sun-    be informed and concerned citi-  cert jazz band Under the direc- <^3v  In addition to the advisor.  zens regarding this topic Plan to attend  unger, secona, ana trnie and Lewrsburg $173 800 general ^^a^e was introduced by Leon ^’^C music instructor, the Es- Mrs Roberts this >ear's Par-Loueila To^^n5end, third. Se[> construction Fontan« Constmr E Lunn, Mansfield, Co-Chair-    ^    committee is  tember 16 - Walkers, first, nati he^s the roster of Thirty-    , Wayne Rusk and Eugene Jones, third Degree recipients this    Hallelujah Joy Band, a year    gospel rock group from Kansas    wemer third Executive and Genera] Ses-    reluming to th¡s ’ sions are scheduled throughout    after a successful tour the week a' the Haddon Hall    Western States Hotel, and Supreme Council    They will be appeanng at members will hear reports by    Straughn Auditorium at Sovereign Grand Commander    M®nsfield Stale College Monday George A Newbury and Mu-    Tuesday, October 7th and seum Director Dr Clement M    ®'hat7,30pm Silvestre on the progress of    pubbc is invited to al-tbe Scotüsh Rite Masonic Mu-    There «ili be no admis-seum and Library complex The    charge »6.000.000 structure at Lexing-    Dennis Krause, soloist, guitón, Massachusetts, designed as    t^rist and leader of the band, a Mu.*eum of Our National    ^ Mr and Mrs Heritage and as a Masonic con-    ^ Rodgers of Hills Creek iribution to the country-wide    Road. Wellsboro Bicenlennial obsiervance, is    has record'ed an scheduled for dedication on Ap-    which js avaitable at nl 20, 1?75 Reports will also    Christian books:tores, entitled be made on (he work of another    Hallelujah Joy Band " major effort of Northern Juris-  diclton .Scottish Rite, iu 40-year-    DI^S Club Picnic old support of basic and coordinated research Into the causes    The DUS Dub of Eliraheth of schizophrenie.    Rebe*ah I^ge wiU have a pic-The meeting will eonclnde on    tiic supper and meeting bcgm-Thursrfay monitag, September    ning at 8 » at Alice Slinger*  21 with the announoemeflm of    land’s crttage on Sugar Branch  the names of those »elected    Lake. Coinostess is Evelyn  to receive the S3 Degree in    Smith.  IÍ75 Anftbng those is John G.    Bring a dish to pass and your  KiL4er of Blossburg,    own table serviec.  corr^trucfinn Foni^nfl Crtn'ntnir    ^ L,unn. MansiieJO, uo-Lfiair-    ^    r\ _ t>  tion Corp 'of Galelon elee-    man of the ground breaking    divide their repertoire into up of ihe following stu- Degree Practice  tncal, icDermatt Electrical    following the out-door event,    dan<^ing and concert jazz Pla>- dents Adele Ferree, Nancy  Contractor, of Williamsport    luncheon was held at the  $21,230,  Woodshed Restaurant. Dr God-  ‘Get in the Swing' Join Mansfield 4-H  Gleason, Mary Harkelroad, The Elizabeth Rebekah Lodge  Kathy Mahoney. Jo Ellen    will hold degree practice in their  Mauger, Susan Oravec, Deanna    lodge rooms on Sunday after-  Pealer, David Rot>erts, Jim    noon, September 22 at 2 00 p m Rorke, Flora .Sharek. Mike All lodge members are re-  Snell, and Sall> Wells    quested to take part  Tonight’s the I\ight Has R Rating  P1.A2A SR0B8. which was formerly Sper>eers Shoes, held a successful Grand Opening Iasi weekend FSctured are Robert and Marlene Boycp. the new omters, comanager Dean Doan filting a shoe on customer Mrs Janice Wilson of Mansfield as M-managfeT Dennis SarxLs loofcs on.    bv Loveland  4-H isn't all cows and cooking — Come and Tind out for yourself 4-H IS for all young pe-ople between the ages of 8 and 19 4-Hers learn m exciting ways, do fun things and meet many people The organisational meeting of the Mansfield 4-H Club  a“w Ï p'm wiS    -ght It's a delight-  be held in the Home Economics    ”  Center at Mansfield State Col-    v^lt - ^  lege Ev^n-one is invited to    ? another of _ fuU of ,oy, good muse and  j , ■ u . .É ■> r.    famous worry flaps She p enty of laughc The ca,« n  Torrrelîr"'tiTv    having a bail - vou wiiu«  >our parenis -- they might like    mformed that the    '  production is not family enter-    program, much too big  Don t forget the meeting on lammenl    here, contains a  Monday. .September 23 a( 7 50 ^ITien asked ewcUv what she    ^«rilable 'who’s wbo” of Thoga  We are looking forward to see- thi^, ^he ¿aid, 'This    *»»d might he  mg you show is de.idgned for and per-    ^^WKtdered a collector's item  ~ ' formed by adults It’s no4 WaJi    itself. It tists the cast but  Mi.ss Paula Bachman, daugh- Disney, ar>d to be hoctes^t it    insanitjn i'ou'll have to ,(!«»?  ter of Mr ar>d Mrs James 1* almost as had as you see    ywirself  Bachman of llyssies. has bwn on television In ather words,    There are a fe» .«eats left  appointed to a two-year in >' * grow-n-up fare Iveave the    — but eome early — this FViday votvpmenl in the projects of k>ds at homeand Sataniay nighu, I pm  the board of global mimstnes yourself a baby sitter    ~ to the VeDsboro High School  of the United Methodist Church Come on nwt FYiday or    Auditorium  EVVSPAPERl   

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