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Bradford Era (Newspaper) - December 23, 1963, Bradford, Pennsylvania The Iba Bradford pa., monday december is ims thue 18 crewmen plucked from Stormy Ocean Halifax . Apr braving still mountainous seas an ice breaker and a fishing smack snatched 18 French sailors from the Stormy Atlantic sunday where they had tossed helpless or in two lifeboats since Satur a. Three bodies were also recovered and Canadian air sea Rescue authorities said search for the seven men still missing from the 2,300-ton French Freigh Ter Douala had been abandoned. The Douala Sank Early saturday morning in a howling storm 35 Miles Southeast of Burgeo fld. The latest survivors and the one body were picked up Sun Day afternoon by a fishing boat identified Only As the Ludwig a bout 50 Miles Southeast of port Aux basques. The first 18 survivors were plucked from the sea by Cana Dian icebreaker sir Humphrey Gilbert about to Miles North of the spot where the second Lifeboat was sighted. There were no Early reports on the condition of the survivors who spent 24 hours on the open sea. Temperatures dipped during the night to Well below freezing on All nearby land areas. Authorities on Shore called the storm the worst in years. A . Navy c130 aircraft from Argentia nfld., joined the search with four Canadian aircraft after winds in the area had moderated to 35 Miles an hour and the seas had subsided. The storm which hit the Seaboard Canadian Provines of Nova Scotia new Brunswick and Prince Edward Island with winds gusting to too Miles an Bour left at least to dead. Three of the four victims who died ashore suffered heart attacks. The fourth was hit by a flying door caught up by the winds and died of head injuries. Six crewmen aboard the coastal freighter Mary Pauline frowned when Waves swamped their dories. They had abandoned their 128-foot freighter Between Nova Scotia and the Newfoundland coast. The storm dumped ten inches of Snow ashore. Ira photo by Don busted it wont by Long now Ronda Olin sits on Santa s Lap to make a last minute request As Jimmy Wells right and Dennis Dechene wait their turn at Tho annual Christmas party for children hold sunday night by members of the women of the Moose. Various events scheduled Myca opens Yule program new Indian school at Salamanca sought Olean new York state education department saturday asked gov. Rockefeller for $825,000 to build a new school for Indian children in the Salamanca school District. It would replace a school that will be wiped out by the Kinzua dam project now being attended by some 85 Indian children. The new building will be used by both Indian students and children from Salamanca. The Board of regents saturday approved the plan and asked that it be included in its 1984-1985 budget. The Myca opens Christmas program today As the youth and physical departments schedule events for the cubs 7 to 9 years the cadets 9 to 12 years and the juniors 12 to 15 years. First second and third place awards will be Given in these events Knock hockey cd potato race Penny dives sets in a minute and swim meets with More than five events. The first annual train race will be staged at to . Friday with Emery hardware co. Providing the track transformers and judges for the event. Events scheduled the schedule today to a rn., boys department opens 3 ., its annual Cadet Knock hockey tournament no Coin club meeting 4 Junior by i Cli tournament 4 30 ., fish flying fish and shark no. Instruction. Tuesday to ., boys department opens cub Pool tournament Cadet potato race la a. Rn., cub potato race i ., Junior Knock hockey tournament 1 30, Cadet Pool tournament 2 30 ., Junior and High school free swim 4 ., no cub gym or Gray club meeting cub Knock hockey tournament Junior potato race girls beginners swim instructions 4 30 p. Rn., girls free swim 5 ., boys lobby closes. Wednesday closed All Day. Thursday to ., boys lobby world Roundup in the news from around the world Rheims Franca a a circus roustabout was torn to pieces by four Lions Early sunday when he entered their Cage to show his Friend Claude Dou get the local Baker he could pet them like dogs. A a they re not so Nasty i can a them a said Rene Orange 34, when a stepped into the Cage. One of the big cats named Nero bit Orange on his . The other three Jupiter Brutus and Caesars jumped Orange while his Friend screamed in horror. Rome apr belgian movie actress Catherine Spaak Star of the current Broadway hit a the easy life a is going ahead with a suit for Legal separation from her husband italian actor a court record Brizio Cap cd. There is no divorce in Italy. The 18-year-old Niece of belgian foreign minister Paul Henri Spaak had a Brief reunion with Cap cd Friday but her lawyer said sunday she was going ahead with her suit anyhow. Opens cub Penny dive la Junior baskets in a minute i ., Cadet Penny dive 2 30 ., Junior and High school free swim 4 ., no Junior swim or gym girls advanced swim instructions 4 30 ., girls free swim and Penny dive. Friday to ., boys department opens train race i ., cub Cadet and Junior swim meet 3 ., girls swim meet 3 30 ., movies 4 ., tumbling class and crippled children a swim cancelled. Saturday regular schedule. Other events dec. 30, to ., boys department opens 3 ., Coin club meeting 4 30 ., advanced swim lessons. Dec. 31, to ., boys department opens 3 ., Gray club meeting 4 ., cub gym 5 ., cub swim. Jan. I closed All Day. Jan. 2, to ., boys department opens 4 ., Junior gym 5 ., Junior swim. Jan. 3. To a a boys department opens 4 ., tumbling class. Jan. 4, regular schedule. St. Bernard Campaign reached $275,000 pledges and contributions to Tho St. Bernard now Grade school Appal Havo reached approximately $275,909, Risho ners were informed sunday. This sum it was announced is sufficient to begin preparations for Tho now school which will be erected on East Corydon Street. Across from St. Bernard Church. Campaign solicitors were asked to complot their activities As rapidly As possible bringing in pledge cards not yet reported. The Rev. Martin a. Grady pastor of Spross of his gratitude to All those who Havo contributed or pledged to Tho project. Two car mishaps Are investigated police reported two property damage accidents Over the weekend but no personal injuries resulted. Authorities said Guy j. Pace of Lewis run was westbound on Jackson ave. At 12 20 a in. Sunday when his car went out of control at pleasant St. And struck a Utility pole damaging the front end of the vehicle. At 3 . Saturday two May Chines collided at Kennedy and Boylston its. With moderate damage listed. The autos were operated by Charles Gallagher of 264 Seaward ave. And Floyd Reed of 835 Bolivar drive. Local woman slightly Hurt in car Accident Olean n y. Betty Rotolo 21, of 462 Bolivar drive Bradford pa., was reported by Olean Eolice As having suffered minor Ead injuries Here Friday at about 8 25 When the car in which she was a passenger struck a parked vehicle owned by the United lease a car on West state at 19th St. Her automobile operated by l. W. Schuppenhauer Nichols run Limestone was said to have skidded on the ice and into the parked vehicle. I by Han Zan a Van last minute Quot Cash for you i those features Are in addition to those advertised in last wednesday s Era Morrell s Pride tasty lean sliced Bacon Christmas a trays these special prices effective thru Christmas Morrelles Pride i la. Roll pork sausage ii la. 491 skiffs a it sugar Dale to to 13 lbs. Fully cooked hams a considerations $1.00 unless otherwise specified Ralph Beverly recorder deeds nov. 18 a Alexander Beck to Brian Boser and wife Foster. Quaker state Oil refining corp to Gay j. Mealy and wife Foster. Nov. 19�?arlene Beckwith to James e. Colligan and wife Bradford City. Isabete Trenkle it a1 to Leonard a. Anderson and wife Kane. Harold l. Passenger and wife to James w. Brinker Bradford City. Bingham Petroleum corp to Virginia l. Duffy it a1 Lafayette. Same to same. Fred g. Kelly and wife to Church of god of Kane Kane. Eleanor b. Wolpert and husband to Frederick a. Anderson and wife port Allegany. Alonzo r. Barnaby and wife to Frederick a. Anderson and wife port Allegany. Helen e. Russell and husband to Frederick a. Anderson and wife port Allegany. Alice Johnson Peterson it a1 ears to c. Russel Johnson and wife Smethport nov. 20 a Mildred f. Whelan and husband to William f. Whelan and wife Bradford twp. Nov. 21�?lavaue c. Yoke and wife to Mervin h. Yoke and wife to Mervin h. Yoke and wife Bradford two. Thaddeus a. Rakowski it a1 to United states of America Hamilton. Helen Bedeaux Ledden and husband to Bradford meat and provision inc. Bradford City. Nov. 22�?ralph e. Mccall and wife to William Henderson Etall Hamilton. Thomas a. Mckee Ley and wife to Thomas Hancock it a1, sergeant. A _. Nov. 28 a Clarence Robert Yale and wife to Frank p. Mcandrew Bradford City Signe h. Bell to George a. Bell Bradford City. Louis Onofrio and wife to Joseph s. Konkus and wife Bradford twp. Walter e. Snow and wife by sheriff to Olean Trust co., Otto. Nov 27�?george l. Tome and wife to Alvin Theodore Hess and wife Corydon twp. Verlin l. Miller and wife to Rex a. Wright and wife port Allegany. H. B. Derosia and wife to Frederick j. Blessing Lafayette. David p. Kervin and wife to James l. Galloway and wife Otto. H. Edward Rounsville and wife to Hamlin Bank and Trust co., Smethport. Frank e. Wilson and wife to Irving d. Prev or. And wife Otto. John w. Finley and wife to Robert h. Hewitt Keating. Ronald Welch and wife to Ronald Welch and wife Eldred Boro. Nov. 29�?lawrence Bressan it a1 to Otto k. Hohn Liberty Bank of Jamestown to. To United states of America Hamilton. Harold Weed it a1 to . Of America Hamilton. Edward l. Mack it a1 to u. S. Of America Hamilton. John p. English to u. S. America Hamilton. Robert g. Patrick and wife to Richard w. Mccann and wife Bradford twp. Dec 2�?wubert d. Mcelwain to Wilbert e. Mcelwain it a1, Hamilton. Irving Markowitz it a1 to Floyd k. Nelson and wife Brad Tokyo apr communist North Korea has informed the . Command that he is ready to hand Over the body of a . Agent Kiuei in the communist zone the new China it news Agency reported sunday. Quoting a letter sent by maj. Gen. Jang Jung Hwan senior communist member of the korean military armistice commission the Agency said the agent was killed dec. 17, in the Western sector of the demilitarized zone controlled by the communists. He was not identified by name or nationality. The letter was quoted As saying police shot a . Agent in self defense. Hollywood apr sue Lyon the diminutive blonde who swept to instant stardom As the movies Lolita was married saturday to tall handsome Hampton Fancher ii. It was a civil ceremony. Miss Lyon 17, wore a White filmy ankle length gown. Fancer 25, an actor wore a conservative dark suit and tie and his thick mop of hair luxuriantly awry. Judge w. Blair Gibbens performed the Brief rites in the living room of the Home of Dorothy Jeakins a film costume designer. It was the first marriage for miss Lyon the second for the Groom. Fancher divorced his wife Joanne last month in Guadalajara Mexico. Fancer once a flamenco dancer in Spain has appeared in television and two films a Rome adventure a and shop Singer furniture and singers country Storo for your Christmas items Singer furniture 41 w. Weshig. St. 341-4151 $25 to $400 or $700 to $3500 cell Bradford collect 340-4191 Quot two Taschler a Quot t Taschler loan company s. Taschler consumer discount company Quot now Quot 44 mein St. Bradford fresh or fresh Frozen roasting chickens t now Ford twp. Quot super duper Sells for less open every Day until Christmas 9 a. In. Toll p. In. Bradford lowest food prices super duper Plaza Bradford a. Notice All facilities of the Bradford National Bank will close tuesday december 24th at 3 p Xvi. Crisp tasty sliced Bacon la. I super duper ice Cream All flavors it Cal. Shinglehouse Sharp cheese strictly fresh Ricotta cheese .39 Santa will be at super duper today amp tuesday dec. 23rd amp 24th 10amto2pm Holiday produce Florida Zipper skinned tangerines dozen each jumbo stalk California Pascal celery _ u. S. No. I fancy n. Y. Stats washed potatoes a a everybody a favorite a Holiday fresh Mistletoe \ Sunnybrook f j7qq carton3 nog 59� bag open today 9 . Toll Christmas eve 9 . To 7 Closed wed. Or thurs. Dec. 25th for 26th

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