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Bradford Era (Newspaper) - July 16, 1966, Bradford, Pennsylvania 2.�?the Bradford a Era saturday july 16, 1966 Queenie by Pui j my camper of week Steve Ackerman was proclaimed camper of the week at the close of the third of six weeks of Day camping at Camp Una Liyi of the Bradford Myca. Which was attended by 44 boys. This is an increase Over the previous weeks attendance of 38. Robert Freaney was proclaimed athlete of the week and tribe awards were As follows seminoles tribe of the week Catabas. Campsite of the week Robert Phillips camper of the Eva note tribe Mike English camper of the Catalpa tribe Lyle Jones camper of the commanche tribe and Robert Forsythe camper of the Seminole tribe. Sports awards were As follows Catawba tribe a Robert Freaney first Mike English second Tom Ackerman third Wyan dote tribe a Kevin Forsythe first James Freaney second Robert Phillips third Seminole Comanche tribe Competition David Freaney. First Robert Forsythe second Steve Ackerman third. Working under the direct i a i on a in Hermes program Slimmer r Psi in ji1 director of the Myca who is in i eau y Ai charge of the Day Camp Are the following senior counsellors Tom Conrad Rick Rosser Bruce Conrad John Conrad Jerry Herrington and Jim rim the wishing Well 2 q t o 4 h t t a to 5 y r 3 c 8 e 6 e s u t n 5 o 7 c m Quot to t a it -7�?r w f in a o o 4 r to a h to Quot a t t it v s t a 4 r h t k i d t e 5 t 6 m 4 p to a l n Quot sir p n in a s i 2 e to Quot e 4 e to Quot t i t r 6 a to Quot t n t y t Here is a pleasant Little game that will give you a message every Day it is a numerical Puzzle designed to spell out your Fortune count the letters in your first name. If the number of letters is 6 or More subtract 4. If the number is less than 6, add 3. The result is your kept number Start at the upper left hand Corner of the rectangle and Check every one of your key numbers left to right. Then read the message the letters under the checked figures give you. Youth gives up in fatal shooting of Rookie cop two boards act to Cool hot interest rate War a lie has his father s eyes. It Mem i obituaries annual Indian Thomas j. Snyder f r rid or Way funeral services will be held it j at 2 30 . Today in a Shef Ridgway final plans have Field funeral Home for Thomas Romp eted for the fourth Mer Jefferson Snyder 83. Of Hill annual Indian summer festival working As Junior Counselor Side ave., Ludlow a brother of by the Ridgway area Cham this year Are Erie Forsythe. Harry Snyder of Bradford who of Commerce according to Jerry Hager. John Eddy and died at 5 a in. Thursday in a an announcement Friday by Jay Herman. Warren Hospital. Thomas l. Pontzer chamber it has been announced that the Rev. Jack Boyd of the president. During the fourth week of Camp Sheffield methodist Church will. Which starts on monday the officiate. Burial will be in the affair will be Neia campers will participate in a Fagundus cemetery near Tidi to it or evenings commencing special event which will Auguste. Tuesday july 26. And continue ment the regular program of or Snyder who had been in n8 thru Urh Friday july 29. Games sports and Camp life. In health for the Oast two years chit standing events have been Tbs win a visit to a popular Horn in Mercer june 16 8ceue< or each 2 amusement Park. Anyone in 1883 to had resided in West some scheduled for Cohrt St a Terestea in the program can Hickory for several nears he and others Alon the inv a on j Contact the Myca for further Hickory for. E a Borough property on the lower information fore moving to end of main St. i us a a at hip ballots will he issued for the a Iff Teher and had Wake do a voting of the Indian Princess. A if j. G. Curtis co., Ludlow. Candidates will be ninth Grade �1lni?l surviving Are his wife the a Jurj scout cadets from the area. Continued from Pogo on former Lottie Lyons whom he along with the crowning Cere the purpose was to fur married in 1908 in Jamestown monies there will be a dance ther explore the feasibility of . One daughter or. Eva exhibition by the a Belles of St. The a steam flood technique a in Haight Youngsville two Ion marys a costumed modern the Bradford and other regional Harry of Ludlow and Arthur of Square dancing teams. Areas. It was again pointed out a a a in Rusc also scheduled win Hea monies by the order of the r a. Arrow boy scouts around a Rane represented or. Bonfire Widner at the meeting which a to am one the highlights will he jis0 was attended by Hugh Sarah Peterson 74,of 410 be chamber a annual ice Cream Montgomery of Greensburg e King St., died it 1 40 pm and Bra concert which Region committee member fonday at Bradford Hospital is go for juy 2g. A and Carl Mugnani a member of a a a urn can Hon Kulm i Nat Lolff a i la i a his brother in Bradford. My. I. B. Peterson Smethport special mrs. Hazleton a. A Pat ick Conahan. 19. Surrendered to police Here Friday in connection with the shooting death earlier of a Rookie policeman in Philadelphia. Allegany lawyer named Democrat committee head Salamanca. N y. Special a attorney Paul b. Kelly of Allegany was elected chairman of the Cattaraugus county democratic committee at a reorganization meeting in City Hall Here Friday night. Or. Kelly was opposed by by supervisor Joseph f. Padlo of Olean for the Post which is being vacated by supervisor Robert m. Henry of Farmersville. Or. Henry was not a candidate due to the fact he will seek the Post of state assemblyman representing the new 149th District. Other officials elected include mrs. Mildred aunt of Otto vice chairman and mrs. Robert Oakes of Allegany Secretary. James Boser of Allegany a former supervisor was re elected treasurer. Mrs. Margaret Wachter of Salamanca was recommended for a sixth term As commissioner of a county Board of election where she had been a patient Street dance will follow. Ainee june 14. _ she was born sept. 23, 1891 at Lucinda the daughter of the late Nathan and Anna Ore Zerbe. On april 25, 1908. She was married to l. B. Peterson. Mrs. Peterson who was medicare. The commission who represented Secretary Tabor s office. Representing the Bradford area at the meeting were j. J. Jones president of the Pennsylvania Grade Oil association Quinton Wood of Quaker state continued from Page Ono or pot or son who was a Hospital he will have to he re member of the first methodist t0 make room for other of refining corp chairman of Church of Smethport listed for pay cats. This o course again out advisory technical com a number of years at hammers a Quot Falls additional paper work Putter of Penn Grade or e lev. Before moving to the nor All around j Heck of the Ummard run Oil wich Betula area and has Reid according to or. Cole both co. S m Smethport since 1�7. A a a a Quot a relatives still do also or. C. Bruce Stahl head survivors besides her husband 1101 in very Clear about the 0f the Petroleum natural Gas Are three sons Arnold l. And Sef Voct they Are entitled to re school of Pennsylvania state Donald w. Peterson both of a ave another thing which was University and or. David Don Smethport and Louis s. Peter to used is the fact that patients Hue also of Penn state son of Emporium three grand at their children two great grandchild card both for or. Arthur a. Socolow state children two great Graml Chii Geog list was on hand repro Dren a brother Earl Zerbe of do Ufi cation and documentation sent no g by t. Wilham i Primla a sister mrs Iva purple it ses. Without it things Pequot Quot a u u Vav a nary a on Emporium and a in Only More confused and Liefke of to Burgh spearhead eral nieces and nephews. Another son. Earl preceded difficult. arrangements for the steam test proposal a i u conclusion or. Ole supporting letters for the tests his Mother in death some time added that time alone win Tell were submitted by Jack Lynch of i in Vail a what the us effects 01 the of Perr Noil co., j b. Fisher of friends May tall at the Fry scheme will be especially in Kendall refining co and John Ren be twill a Roif Curtid Post Host Taj. Treatment of i Empetro president of the Brad and sen ices will he conducted patients in extended care units Ford District Pennsylvania Oil at the funeral Home at 2 ., nursing Homes and other ser j a monday with the Rev. H. W. A a a a a her a or producers association. Beveridge of the first method at present after Only two 1st Church officiating. Burial weeks admissions at Bradford ten hospitals in is area now set for medicare Olean . A l. J Dziad Kowicz manager of the Olean District social Security office which serves Cattaraugus and Allegany counties in new York state As Well As Pennsylvania s Potter and Mckean counties announced Friday All ten hospitals in the four county Olean area Are now certified to participate in medicare admitting a medicare beneficiary through the new Federal health insurance program for the aged will be much like admitting a patient covered by a private health insurance policy or. Dziadkowicz said. Patients admitted for Hospital care will present a health insurance identification card sent to them in the mail. If this is not available the Hospital will Check with the Olean District for a claim number. Hazleton police chief Hugh ferry said a Conahan said that he was in the fracas in Philadelphia and wanted to give himself he said they were holding Conahan for questioning by Philadelphia police. Rookie patrolman George Jacobs who would have been 30 sunday was killed and his patrol car partner badly wounded Early Friday As they tried to question three occupants of an Auto in South Philadelphia. Jacobs less than two months out of the police Academy collapsed and died with a Bullet in his stomach seconds after his partner Michael Robinson was felled by a Hail of shots from the car they sought to investigate. Robinson was reported in critical condition after an emergency operation. An hour and a half later police trapped a Man on the roof of a House about two blocks from the pre Dawn slaving scene. He was shot and wounded on the roof then injured further when he jumped two stories to the Street where he was apprehended. At Einstein medical Center the Man was identified As Louis Lawrnce 22, of Philadelphia. He was shot in the right foot and right shoulder and his condition was listed As poor. Police commissioner Edward Bell said the third Man believed involved has not been positively identified. Conahan of Philadelphia was quoted by chief ferry As saying that he caught an Early morning bus out of Philadelphia Friday to visit his Mother Margaret. The two of them walked into police Headquarters chief ferry said. Ferry quoted Conahan As saying he was out of the car when the shooting took place showing his owners permit to an officer. Washington a two Bank regulatory agencies a the Federal Reserve Board and the Federal Deposit insurance corporation a moved Friday to Cool the hot interest rate War Between commercial Banks and savings and loan institutions. They reduced from 5 i to 5 four teachers resign three hired at Kane Kane special four resignations were accepted and three new teachers and a Secretary were hired thursday at a meeting of the Kane area school District. Resignations were from mrs. Beatrice Meckley Anderson principal of James City school Roy Vensel instructor in English and assistant football coach at the senior High school William Seigul business education instructor and also Junior varsity basketball coach at senior High school and Kenneth kempt head custodian at senior High. Frank Pierotti senior High custodian for several years was promoted to head custodian while Charles Olson was hired As a new custodian. New teachers signed include Donald Koshute graduate of Slippery crop state College As physical education instructor. And assistant football coach Thomas Dalton graduate of Clarion state College and son of or. And mrs. Bert Dalton Kane As social studies instructor at senior High miss Sandra Ryan Shamokin graduate of Bloomsburg state College As English instructor at senior High miss Katherine Arnica James City Secretary for Junior and senior High librarians. Per cent the maximum interest rate Banks May pay on time deposits of 90 Days or More which have More than one maturity Date. The rate was dropped to 4 per cent on such deposits of less than 90 Days. The new rates which will not apply on outstanding deposits Are effective july 20 at the More than 13,000 Banks throughout the country whose deposits Are insured by the Federal government. A certificate of Deposit Bank savings Bond or other types of time Deposit which a person a1- ready owns will continue to Bear interest at the rate agreed upon when the certificate was purchased even if it exceeds the new rate. At the same time the Federal Reserve Board asked Congress for broader authority for itself the Odic and the Federal Home loan Bank Board to govern the interest rate practices of Banks and savings and loan associations. The Board supervises All National Banks and those insured state Banks which Are Federal Reserve members a an Over All total of 6.200. The Odic super vises 7,300 insured state Banks which Are not Federal Reserve members. The purpose of both Steps the Board said is to forestall excessive interest rate Competition among financial institutions in conditions a a such As those now existing a when monetary poli cd is aimed at curbing inflation. I a Short time earlier rep. Wright Patman d-tex., Calk d a meeting of the House banking committee for july 25 to consider legislation that would reduce the interest rate ceilings for Banks. Fridays action by the Federal Reserve Board Means that effective july 20. A maximum rate of 5 per cent will he permitted on new multiple maturity deposits of 90 Days or More and 4 per cent on deposits of less than 90 Days. Outstanding time deposits will not be affected by the lower rates. Station web 1490 . Sundays 9 45 . Summer sport shirts Large assortment men amp boys Friedman s clothing a shoes 105-107 main St. 368-6570 new location drapery or curtain hardware by Kirsh so interiors 368 8985 41 w. Washington Bradford Bermuda shorts Short sleeve pyjamas Short sleeve shirts swim trunks Greenewald a inc. 79 main Bradford pm. 362-4411 Joo ii Horal convert in Kane Kane special a approximately Soo attended the choral concert by the Young swedish singers a 56-member singing group from solid in located in the Northern part of Sweden. At 8 pm Friday at the Tabor lutheran Church. The group who arrived in Kame at noon Friday were guests of the Tabor Young people who hosted a picnic luncheon held at twin lakes. Later a dinner was served them at the Church social room Alfons Sundkvist an instructor of swedish and music directs the singers who appear next at Philadelphia and Washington do. 151 arrests made in by gambling raids in a s Buffalo fifty five it communities in 18 counties in new York state were hit by state police Friday in what was termed the biggest gambling crackdown since dec. 17, 1964 arrests were made in 150 Dif Ferent gambling places and totalled 154. Charges of taking bets on horses or policy numbers will face most of the prisoners. Among places in the District radioed were establishments in Erie Niagara and Genesee counties. A told 250 troopers and investigators of the Boi along with District attorneys sheriffs departments and local police assisted. Other counties hit were Livingston Steuben Otsego Sullivan Ulster Rensselaer Chenango Herkimer Oneida Rockland Westchester Orange Putnam dutchess and Albany. Ii ii in Ini a ill a it n i n he to a i r i a 23 Vav. Washington St. Pally Sjo. 4 30. Pickup Call 361-43.9. To Flor i Llis Imi a Turnay Lull is. 19ss i will no it a Kaapo Niebla for any Rahta contracted by any other than Imael. Bernard j. Platner or. Will be in Rosehill cemetery. St. Marva Man gets District elks Post Hospital both under and Over 65-year-old patients remain Normal and the routine work of the Hospital proceeds normally with the exception of the additional paper work. I in St. Marys Warren r Decker of St. Marks has been / 11 i i t Rimi 7i\irtrt appointed District Deputy i it Sti Iii fat grand exalted ruler of the 1 1 01 Multi Ixo benevolent and protective continued from Pogo Ono some flatly de dare the trials will be held. Two East european communist news agencies carried reports on the situation one saying 60 americans would be tried and the other predicting the trials May Start within Days. Secretary of state Dean Rusk continued from Page one order of elks for the North-1 on 0f property at main and warned Hanoi on thursday that West District of Pennsylvania. Davis St., and mayor Oscar the United states would consid the appointment was announce p Benton was designated As a War crime trials As a a very de by the new grand exalted Delegate to a conference on grave development ruler Raymond c. Dobson of problems of the aging at liar the United states is believed Minot n. D., at the elks Risburg aug. 18. To have urged countries with National convention in Dallas missions in Hanoi to warn the Texas recently. Council also discussed the communist regime of the Possi or. Decker one of the 189 recommendation of a civic com Hie consequences of the trials deputies appointed for the 50 Mittee on the proposed codify which the . Views As a Seri states will be responsible for cation of municipal codes and 0us breach of the Geneva con directing and promoting the ordinances. The group proposed mention on prisoners of War. National program for the 13 the contract go to Penns Val the North vietnamese c lodges in the District. Lodges include Erie. Franklin Meadville Warren Bradford Titusville Kane Oil City St. Marys Johnsonburg Corry Ridgway and Clarion. District conference scheduled by 40 amp 8 a North Central District conference of the 40 and 8 society will be held at 2 sunday in the american legion clubroom on Pine St. Here. Voiture in the North Central District As Well As All officers and voyageurs were asked to attend As this is the final meeting prior to the state convention in Williamsport aug 4, 5, and 6. Grand chef de Gare Frank Bowman of Pittsburgh will be guest speaker. Allegheny Mountain heart association gratefully acknowledges memorial gifts Allegheny Mountain heart association 200 pleasant St., Bradford to Send a memorial 3683850 to re j to Send a memorial for respiratory disease can the Mckean county to health society 368 4217 or write 200 pleasant St. Bradford a. Letter Carrier named state executive i nit Keating Summit James e. Price Keating Summit a member of the Potter Mckean county Rural letter carriers has been elected to the executive committee of the Pennsylvania Rural letter carriers. He was named to the three year term at the 64th annual convention held at Reading this week. Or. Price is also vice president of the Potter Mckean organization. H ii in Minn male a Currier Fontina and Davis fta., thur�., Frlj a sat. Benefit troop i boy scouts. Con Ley co. Of state College which tend the prisoners Are War bid about $13,500. However criminals in an undeclared War Council tabled action until next and thus Are not entitled to the month pending a further study Protection of the Geneva con of the $9,000 offer of general mention. Code publishers of Spencerport North Viet Nam already has . Executed three americans in solicitor f. M. Nash reported reprisal for the execution of that collections in his office Dur three Viet Cong terrorists by the my june totalled $10,002. South vietnamese government visit us just in. Bio collection baskets singers country Storo Custor City a. S John Henman inc 30 main 368-3300 Bradford a Bermuda shorts a Colf shirts a swim trunks open for business Tom s Foster Rook 25c car Wash 913 e. Main St. Bradford a. At the taste Freez do it yourself. Here. Just 25c for 5 minutes come on in a the washing it fun fait and cheap i shop the store that cares Quantity right reserved open tonight 8 30 until 9 00 fab giant 3 la. I Vox. Orchard Park shortening 3 la. 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