Order a high-quality 18"x24" poster print of this page. Add to Cart

Bradford Era Newspaper Archives Aug 31 1963, Page 1

Low-resolution version. To view a high quality image

Start Free Trial
Bradford Era (Newspaper) - August 31, 1963, Bradford, Pennsylvania Round the Square cooler Cloudy Cooter today with Shower in morning High 64-70 Clear Cooter tonight Low 45-30 mostly sunny Little temperature change sunday. Otic tit pm baseball today at 1 25 of clock Wesh continues to air Tho finest in Haschall As Cleveland meet Detroit. Vol. No. 86. No. 270 great sight with the Ion labor Day Holiday Here it is quite Likely that Many folks will he driving to the site of the Kin Zua dam above Warren for a look at the developments. Bradford ians Are reminded that to visit the dam. They should proceed South on 219 to Lantz Corners then take route 6 through Kane and on to Glade just this Side of Warren where they turn into route .39 and drive on to the dam. A turn around area is provided. The dam about nine Miles North of Warren will impound water in both Pennsylvania and new York. Cost of the project is estimated at $109 million. Within the Reservoir area there Are about 60 Miles of Highway. 36 Miles of Railroad and 31 Miles of reservation roads As Well Asro Miles of Power lines. 66 Miles of communication lines and 38 Miles of pipe line. Disappearing under the Waters of the Allegheny River Reservoir will be the Sites of the present communities of Kinzua and Corydon. The Large summer storage Pool will provide a Reservoir 27 Miles Long at that stage the Reservoir will have More than 12.000 acres of water surface and 91 Milos of Shore line. Forest draped mountains will function As a Scenic backdrop for Bays necks coves inlets and other interesting locations along the irregular Shore line. The Day is rapidly on the Way when Hunting boating fishing swimming and family holidays will be a regular feature of this Bright new spot in Northwestern Pennsylvania. Second Cia postal paid at Bradford. A. Bradford pa., saturday morning August 31, 1963 published daily. Except sunday of 43 main St. In a Vampy by car Jer 45o web Man enters pit fails to find Bova Leo More yanks killed reds shoot up 18 us. Copters by Peter Arnett Saigon. South Viet Nam apr communist gunners shot up 18 . Helicopters and killed two More americans on Friday in the War that parallels South Viet names Buddhist crisis. A . Army h21 helicopter was downed in flames and two americans aboard it perished 30 Miles Northwest of Saigon a capital bedecked for a mass demonstration expected saturday in support of president Ngo Dinh diem a government. Four were wounded. La bullets hit one seventeen other h21s, assigned like the downed Craft to ferry vietnamese troops for a raid on a guerrilla hideout near the cambodian Border were hit by red ground fire. One was reported punctured by la bullets. In addition five of the elderly banana shaped transports were forced Down by mechanical trouble. A military spokesman said three americans were wounded by communist shots when other helicopters landed in the area of the crash to investigate. Names of All the casualties were withheld. The fliers deaths brought to 54 the number of americans killed in action on vietnamese soil. Tho toll from All causes including accidents is 99. Hundreds have been wounded. Relation strained strained relations remained evident Between South Viet Nam and its giant ally. One Issue was the fact the . Aid Mission a pipeline for american millions in support of Viet names Economy and armed forces is sheltering two Buddhist monks who sought Asylum there from the military crackdown on the Buddhist foes of diem last week. . Ambassador Henry Cabot i Ridge is reported to have rejected new demands from the South vietnamese government for their surrender. This move was interpreted As a toughening of . Policy toward diem a regime that could prelim Tate a diplomatic clash. Road builders we Are Well aware of the prowess of beavers in the construction of dams hut How about this elephants Blaze and follow the Best mutes through forests and mountains. Many highways in present Day Africa originally Wert Laid out by elephants. Corydon Corn Ever wonder Why Corydon com has been so much in demand0 Well an expert on Tho subject tells us that the Rich land along the River and the fogs of Early morning rising from the Allegheny have worked wonders with the Corn. The same source tells us there were Only a couple of Fields of Corydon com this year and this distinctive Mouth watering delicacy will be passing from the scene. Plan blast area study. A Utah mine closed pending inquiry crowd jeers negro family in White area by the associated press a jeering Rock throwing crowd of More than 200 had to be restrained by 50 state trappers Friday in Folcroft pa., As a negro family moved into an All White neighbourhood. Horace and Sara Baker were driven up to their Philadelphia suburb Home As the crowd shouted Quot niggers niggers a and rocks and eggs began flying. In Williamston n.c., negroes impatient Over the Way their integration demands were being met. Sparked racial outbursts for the second consecutive Day. Two squads of Highway patrolmen rushed into the City after about too negro High school students began throwing rocks and bottles when police tried to break up their downtown protest March. In Little Rock ark., negro leaders demanded faster integration As Public schools opened quietly with 123 negroes attending desegregated classes. In Plaquemine. La., the atmosphere was tense in the w Ake of a Federal appeals courts decision lifting a ban against negro protest demonstrations. In new Orleans thursday the 5th circuit court of appeals threw Mit an earlier order by a lower court. Following this negro youths picketed City Hall and business places without incident. In Charleston s.c., five negro children entered two High schools and a grammar school without incident As court ordered integration of secondary Public schools came to South Carolina. In Memphis the Shelby county school Board delivered a total desegregation proposal Friday and the City Board announced a plan to desegregate All grades at the Start of the 1964-1965 term. The school Board announced that 258 negroes would enter 14 predominantly White schools next tuesday As an advertised gradual desegregation plan moves into the fourth Grade. Scottish schoolboys get hound shoulders Glasgow Scotland apr scottish schoolboys Are getting round shoulders from imitating american television cowboys claims or. James m. Parker. He noted that the television cowboys walk with hands in packets and shoulders slumped. Moab. Utah apr a the $40-million Texas Gulf Sulphur co. Potash mine was ordered closed indefinitely Friday pending a joint state Federal investigation of an underground explosion that killed 18 men. Pockets of Carbon monoxide Gas still remained deep in the 3,000-foot tunnels and Crews had to abandon temporarily efforts to recover the body of the last victim. Only two of the seven survivors were still in the Hospital and both were in Good condition. Four of the five men rescued thursday night after being trapped 49 hours spent the night at Home. Probe Start monday the bodies of 17 men. Disfigured beyond recognition still Lay under Green Canvas covers on the floor of a downtown garage used As a temporary morgue. The investigation will Start i a Bor Day and could take weeks to Complete. It will Start with an underground study of the explosion area conditions in the tunnels Are Safe. Top men of the . Bureau of mines and agencies of the state of Utah started preliminary investigations Friday while people in this Little mining town of 6,500 tried to help the widows and their families. Members of 54 civic and Church organizations in the Community started a fund and sent volunteers door to door with fruit jars to collect Money. A chamber of Commerce official said the goal is to collect at least $5,000 for the immediate Cash needs of families of the dead miners. Meanwhile Casper a. Nelson of the Utah Industrial commission said it appears the blast occurred near a storage shop for mining tools. Texas Gulf said no american army turncoat leaves commie China Hong Kong a a belgian Horn . Army turncoat left communist China Friday because. He said a i was burned politically. I was politically former sgt. Albert Belhomme 34. Crossed into the British Crown Colony with his chinese wife Hsio Ying 28. And their three Young sons. He told newsmen a my main concern now is my family. I want my children to have a better he said he would take them All to Antwerp Belgium in a few Days time. Belhomme smother now mrs. Theodore Seifert who lives in Ashland pa., wife of a Section hand on the Reading Railroad. She said there she would be glad to Welcome her son and family but since Ashland was a Small town there might be bad feeling. Geed Ina Orange Glare 1900 to Smith of for j a 32-5503 wo�?lmebmfr�?7se botel be Max Coffee shop weekend Specula Taffy Kitahei la. 45c. Bunched peanuts la. 75c. Desales Attila tick Emery travel service Betel Emery lobby re mus dynamite was stored there. It had been thought that men dynamite no through hard Rock hit a pocket of methane Gas. Survivors said there was a scheduled dynamite no at 4 20 . Tuesday then the fatal explosion 20 minutes later. Action urged against Russ fishing ships Washington a House investigators demanded Friday that the coast guard take Swift action whenever soviet fishing trawlers that might be snooping for intelligence Are spotted in . Waters. They contended the government is putting undue emphasis on the presumption that soviet vessels cruising off Florida Are in innocent passage from North Atlantic fishing grounds to cuban ports. The recommendation was made by the House armed services investigations subcommittee in a report on its investigation of so Ciet trawler traffic in . Territorial Waters. The subcommittee s key proposal a the agencies concerned should adopt a uniform National policy which would permit the coast guard to take immediate and unilateral action As May be required in the National interest whenever vessels have electronic or other capabilities which constitute a threat to the Security of our country Are found transiting our territorial the report coincided with a statement by sen. Edward m. Kennedy d-mass., that the activities of soviet fishing vessels off Cape cod form an a a ominous Kennedy said the coast guard has counted 169 vessels in the Fleet and be added there Are undoubtedly Many More concealed by fog cover. Kennedy asks restoration of Aid funds program involve Security Freedom peace he asserts h Yann is port. Mass. Apr president Kennedy remarking that Freedom does not come a easily or cheaply a appealed Friday for restoration of the $585 million the House Ait from the foreign Aid program. The president met for an hour at his Squaw Island summer Home with Gen. Lucius d. Clay. David e. Roll director of the Agency for International development and presidential assistant Ralph Dungan. Clay a Republican is chairman of a committee which earlier in the year recommended a gradual reduction in foreign Aid programs. Many nation protected after their meeting the president told reporters the Mutual Security program has protected dozens of countries since 1945. A More importantly a he said. A it has protected the Security and the Best interests of the United Clay standing with the president. Said his committee is great i by concerned about the reductions i in military Aid and in the Alliance for Progress program for latin America. A a we think these reductions have gone too far and that they j seriously endanger this pro Clay said. However in Washington a sen i ate Mise Republican leadership committee said that if Bihar Tim support for foreign Aid has been destroyed the president himself destroyed it by blaming the gop for drastic House cuts. Dirksen leads group the leadership group is led by sen. Everett m. Dirksen of Illinois. And rep. Charles a. Halleck of Indiana. Senate and House minority leaders respectively timely. A a it would have better become the office of the presidency had or. Kennedy at the same time noted that 66 democrats or better than one out of four also voted to Cut the program a a statement by the gop group declared. Quot instead he singled out Only Republican who Are outnumbered in the House 258-177.�?� the president had characterized the recent House slash As a a shortsighted unwise and dangerously waiting to learn brother a Fate the anxious fares of Dan Bora left and his brother. John right along with two unidentified friends reflect the Long Davs of wailing at the Sheppton mine a Rescue worker seek their brother Lou who has been trapped in the mine by a eave in More than two week ago. Two other Miner were rescued tuesday morning. Iai wire photo Low bidders supported on school construction by Evans Era staff reporter reassured by the Independent recoil of a firm of estimators that Low bids submitted for construction and alteration programs at Bradford area High and school Street Junior High schools Are Ford area school Friday night took fast a Ion to prevent delay in the projects. The director voted 22 i in favor of a Resolution recommending that the Bradford area school authority award contracts to Low bidders after checking their Fin realistic the joint Board of Brad Ancial responsibility and that the instant emergency link a hot line Between u. S. Soviet ready by Elton c. Fay Washington a it might reduce the Chance of a the Cimental inadvertent nuclear War. White Otise Kremlin a a hot line Quot intended to provide instant emergency communication Between the chiefs of state is ready for use during the crisis last octet ice Over the presence of soviet missiles in Cuba Tho existing communications channels often proved sheriff deputies seize 22 pickets at shop Entrance Erie. A. A sheriffs deputies arrested 22 pickets at an Erie Plant Entrance Friday after officers said a crowd of More than 150 striking workers kept other employees out of the Plant. Sheriff John Coates of Erie county first read a preliminary injunction against mass picketing to the crowd at the Continental rubber co. Plant. When they still ignored orders to move four deputies made the arrests. Those arrested were charged with obstructing Law officers and released under $200 Bond each. They were to appear at a hearing sept. 5. The injunction limiting picketing to 24 persons w As handed Down in Erie county court thursday by judge Elmer l. Evans. The Pentagon announced Friday to tie slow and unwieldy night. Tests of . And soviet equip a terse one sentence announce ment for the new a hot line had ment said Only that the a direct under Way for some time. Communication link Between followed lately by tests on the Washington and Mosesi is now circuits themselves operational. Soviet equipment was installed in reply to a question a spokes j m flt a it to on i is monday. In-1 Man said this meant that Tenh the spallation of . Equipment in land wire and radio circuits be Mosow was completed on aug. 1.1 tween the capitals now Are ready. A a. The idea in stung up the facility i a the ntetw1 was that in tent of emergency a. I a to i of image on to camera turns out to be plug drilling Rij sink new Shaft after in ail inns into pit by Stanford in Benjamin Hazleton a. A a re i Rue worker went Down ton feet underground Friday night into Tho \ Henry the roue David Fellin cubicle hut found no Trace of the third i missing Miner Louis Rova. Fellin and throne were rescued a last tuesday after 14 Days. They and Rova were trapped at 9 a in. Aug 13 after a Cave in at a mine at nearby Sheppton Andy Drebitko 36, of Pottsville went Down the 18unch Shaft through which throne and Fellin were hauled to saftey. Like them he was transported in an open safety harness which look like a Parachute Rig. Drilling Rig resume As soon As Drebitko reached Tho surface and made his re i it Ort Tho the let drilling rigs resumed attempts to sink shafts in the i re inn Stefe Bova was believed a to to trapped. They had been quiet a along with everything else except a Generator supplying Power for Eun tric Light a while i r�4�itko went Down. Earlier Friday a to camera was lowered into the cubicle and a Piri ure showed what appeared to ii a body. A what appeared to Liq the image of a Man was the remains of finance committee meet with the plug that had been used to representatives of Ira Haupt amp close up Tho 12-Inch Hole before co., new York investment House they widened it into 18 inches and to finalize plan for a Bond is brought Fellin and throne to the sue of approximately $4,900,000. Surface Quot Drebitko said. The negative vote was cast by Quot my inspection of the area Edward c. Keating jr., Bradford where Fellin and throne had City Board member who did not la Een indicated that it would have state the reason for his Digap been impossible to Tunnel from pros there to where boy a might he in. Be Ltd f Minter chairman of bombed on the opposite aide of the building committee summar the Drebitko added. Volunteer to go Down Drebitko volunteered to go Down and inspect the chamber. Drebitko a Man of about i feet 7, started Down at 8 32 . It took ate nit 15 minuted to haul throne to the surface Early last tuesday morning and Fellin about 8 minutes. In Bitko w ent Down in about 20 minutes Ami came up 15 minutes later. Ii. B. Charmbury state mines Secretary said that a 22-Inch hoi already started East of the Fellin throne escape Anteh had gone past the 150-foot Mark and would he sized the finding of the Independent Survey undertaken at. The expense of the joint re s architects Abt it by Hemingway associates. The report indicated that the general contract at area High could he performed for $2.208. 460. The Low hid submitted a for $2,260, 8 0 by Montgomery construction co. Grove City or Only 2 percent in excess of the surveys findings or. Minter pointed out. The building committee chairman reported his group rearm mends retention of air condition driven atthe a in in the co my provisions for the new auditorium at area High and a bid Grant for Seneca project okayed Washington Al a the Community facilities administration announced approval Friday of a $306, 881 Grant for Community water facilities to be used by Seneca indians in Western new York displaced by the Kinzua pa., dam and Reservoir. The facilities will be built in the Jimer town and Steamburg settlement areas on the Allegany reservation. Total Cost of the project is $410,000. The Grant went to the Seneca nation under the accelerated Public works program. Line Tran Ocean circuit and the Alt it rate radio circuit. However direct connections relay the circuits directly through to the i White House. Teletype system the soviet agreement to install tile line was signal at Geneva on june 20. Following Long policy Arni technical discussions Anil negotiations Between repro i Senta Tives of the two governments. Alternate providing for a paved King area at the rear of school Street Junior High. F James Bryner joint re president who conducted the mating in Floyd c. Frrtz school Coni continued on Page 14 Jpn May name Davis los. Judge in Philadelphia by wms port Mas. Apr the White House is exuded to not ame John Morgan Davis former the hot line uses the teletype lieutenant governor of Pennsylva system rather than a Telephone a a . District Jimige in i Hila voice line. Delphia it was reported Friday the reason for this is to avoid misunderstanding which might Ozair through language differences in an Exchange of spoken tinning search for Bova. The report of the Objet re sem bling a body had touched off speculation that Bova might be in the chamber. An air of mystery grew around the descent. The Man who was going Down was not named by resale officials who said he would lie identified Only when he returned to the surface. He was lowered into Tho Shaft by about a dozen men holding onto a Stout Rof. Another two dozen men manned the let separate saftey line _ which could take up the Slack in Case the main rope broke. He was lowered a few feet at a time. All eyes were fixed on the 20-foot High hoist to which tile rope was attached to provide additional leverage for the men handling it. The Only sound was the Generator providing Power for electric Light. As Drebitko was being lowered Scranton vetoes Bridge measures Harrisburg a legislation that would have added three Bridges in Beaver Venango and Warren counties to the state highways system was vetoed Friday by gov. Scranton. He based his action on advice of the highways department which estimated the Cost of rebuilding one of the affected spans a the Aliquippa Ambridge Bridge in Beaver county at More than $2 million. A the responsibility for maintenance should remain with that Beaver county a Scranton said. The Bridge crosses the Ohio River and tracks of the Lake Erie and Pennsylvania railroads. It is on the county Highway system. Another Bridge spas big Sandy Creek in Venango county and a third is in Warren Borough. Juk must name 3 to rail Board Washington Cap it will he up to president Kennedy to name the three Neutral members of the Railroad labor arbitration Board. Representatives of the railroads in the event of a disagreement the president was directed to round out the boards membership. The legislation signed by Kennedy last wednesday allowed to and the unions decided quickly Days for setting up the panel but Friday that they could not agree Wolfe and Gilbert apparently de on the Choice of neutrals. Asst. Secretary of Bailor James j. Reynolds said j. E. Wolfe chief negotiator for the railroads told him he had discussed the matter by Telephone we Ith h. E. Gilbert president of the Al Cio brotherhood of locomotive firemen and eng Memen and that the two could not agree on three choices to round out a seven member Board. Under legislation passed by Congress to Avert a nationwide Railroad strike the arbitration is to consist of two Mem Bers appointed by the railroads two named by the unions and three chosen by these first four. Cited it was hopeless to try to get together on three Neutral members. The carriers thursday designated Wolfe and Guy w. Knight vice president in charge of labor relations for the Pennsylvania Railroad As their panel members. Friday the unions announced their selections Gilbert and r. H. Mcdonald vice president of the Al Cio brotherhood of Railroad trainmen. The issues to be settled by binding arbitration involve the railroads proposed elimination of 32,000 it semen a jobs and a reduction of train Crew service members. Night Rte appointment May be announced saturday. Davis 56, nearly Sovenia he. Years a a i a i a Quot Quot a Quot a Quot Quot Cornin into the communication. Words even though interpreters pleas court judge before he was intent. Were used. Additionally the Tel elected lieutenant governor of the printers provide a written rec state in 1958. Ord which May lie preserved and born in Shenandoah pa., and studied. Educated in the Public schools at the . Equipment timing used Reading pa., Davis worked his transmits printed words at a rate Way through the University of of Hoo a minute the russian Pennsylvania As a radio an equipment at 66 words a minute nou Noer and a file clerk in a Law each nation originates the Mes-j�1 e. Sage in its own language. How a Evec All Merjem Are put not �3s��pta> primary i Haddon stale general Hosp Tai Quot arts Bur the message an thus Battle last year because he a an where they had undergone a a preserve secrecy against possible organization Man. Be of my Cal tests Friday. Tapping on the line by a third a a or a a a a party. The line will lie manned around the clock by teletype operators and translators. The duplex wire Telegraph Cir Ait extends via Overland and Cable connections from Washington to London Copenhagen Stockholm Helsinki and Moscow. A slowly keep it coming keep it coming slowly slowly hold it. Now slowly. He reached Bottom at 8 52 p a the men on the surface still held the lines. He was Hack on the surface 15 minutes later. There was no immediate comment from Fellin and throne Whit Are recuperating in the to plan ecumenical sessions Vatican City a the coordination commission for the ecumenical Council of the roman Catholic Church will meet in the Vatican secretariat of state saturday for its fourth session to prepare for the Council which resumes sept. 29. Inside the Era a Parade draws Large crowd to Mckean county fair. Page 2 state police in area Hunting for two men who Ara posing As health inspectors. Page 2 Mckean theatre Here to Clote after show tonight As lease is not renewed. Page 3 More than 6,000 students to report at Bradford area schools next wednesday. Page 14 gov. Scranton cleans up action on Bills passed in 1963 legislative session. Page 14 Ridge. Comics. A Ltd a 5 la crossword editorial. 13 8 hospitals radio to. 14 9-10 stock9 women u 8 in Zix or j

Search all Bradford, Pennsylvania newspaper archives

All newspaper archives for August 31, 1963

Browse
Order a high-quality 18"x24" poster print of the page above.