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Bradford Era (Newspaper) - July 18, 1967, Bradford, Pennsylvania A round the Square warmer variable cloudiness and a Little warmer today and wednesday with widely scattered thundershowers mainly in the afternoons and evenings High today 75 to 84. Lie tot carnival of Cash contest listen to a your dependable new medium a vol. 90, no. 245 second class postage paid at Bradford. A. 16701 Bradford pa., tuesday morning july 18, 1967 by Carrier 55c week by mail $21.50 year published daily except sunday at 43 main St. 10c a copy carpenters Bradford has Long been fortunate in having a More than average Supply of very skilled carpenters Many of them inheriting the traditions and arts of ancestors from the a old in addition to being skilled with woodworking tools the Carpenter is expected to be the key Man in most construction jobs the Man responsible for laying out the work in accordance with the blueprints. His own Craft is Basic to the Success of Many of the others Formwork for the masons scaffolding and platforms for bricklayers and so on. In addition to this Side knowledge he must be familiar with the needs and plans of everyone else concerned in the building the architect the Engineer the contractor the owner and the tenant user. Throughout the country there seems to be developing a shortage of these skilled people and locally we have Felt this shortage also. The trouble is a real Carpenter can to be developed Over night. His is a rigorous four year apprenticeship supervised by a committee of experienced journeymen. A minimum of 144 hours of classroom work is required to make sure an apprentice is fully qualified before receiving a certificate. A present Day Carpenter must now be familiar with new materials Many of them not Wood products. In addition he must have More than a working knowledge of mathematics a real working ability with blueprints and a competence in safety engineering. 18 stores slated for Foster Brook location $2 million shopping Plaza set quote of the week a in All Wordy things that a Man pursues with the greatest eagerness he finds not half the pleasure in the Possession that he proposed to himself in the about 30 acres of land at the Foster Brook intersection was rezoned monday to make Way for construction of a $2 million shopping Complex. Rezoning of the residential land was approved by Foster twp. Supervisors at a regular meeting. Most of the acreage which was changed to a commercial zone is owned by the Bradford gun club and by Robert b. Johnston jr., and Al smart Johnston. There also Are eight residential lots involved in the parcel. The Crown construction co. Of Johnstown has the option to buy the property including the eight residential lots for the development of the enclosed shopping Plaza. The proposed 18-store Complex to be located on the North Corner of Bolivar or. And route 219, will cover an area of 202,325 Square feet according to site plans presented to supervisors by Crown construction. The property a front age on Bolivar or. Is 1,170 and 1,900 feet on route 219. Official announcement of the stores to be located in the Center will be made when leases Are signed said Norman a. Krumenacker jr., vice president of the construction firm. He added that space for a supermarket service shops department store and variety stores will be included and they Are expected to employ some 400 people when completed. Parking will be provided for 1,279 vehicles he said. While there was no official announcement of stores to occupy the Complex on site plans presented to supervisors the names of the j. C. Penney co. And Loblaw a supermarket were pencilled in. The plans indicated some 80,-000 Square feet reserved for the Penney store and a smaller site for Loblaw a. The Complex is designed to protect shoppers from the weather when walking from one store to another it was explained. An enclosed Walkway which will be temperature controlled will make the individual stores accessible to each other without going out of doors. Homonym a a homonyms is a term which describes a word like another in sound or spelling but different in meaning for example a a meet and a particular Type of homonym is a word that changes its meaning and pronunciation by the addition of a capital letter a a polish be comes a a polish with a capital. Can any of our its readers think of similar words changed just by capitalization mail Pouch did you Ever notice How mail Pouch chewing tobacco advertising is usually found Only on barns this goes Back to a Long time policy of the company painting the and on one Side of a barn allowing the Farmer the need of painting Only three sides of his barn at his own expense. Of area interest Here we Are told is something of special interest to area Gas and Oil producers. The states Bureau of Topographic and geologic Survey announces that All Kinzua quadrangle Mckean and Warren counties records on hand will be placed on open file effective next monday at the Pittsburgh office of the Survey 401 state office building. Data include drillers logs location plats mechanical logs Well record logs Drill cuttings and maps. Records released to the Survey on a confidential basis however will be so honoured. Johnson signs Bill to halt rail strike Washington apr president Johnson signed monday night a Bill to halt the nation wide Railroad strike. He said i we Hope this crippling strike is about to Johnson said in a statement relayed to newsmen that ending the strike will enable the products of farms and factories to move freely once More permit the mails to go through and a permit badly needed arms and vital supplies to be sen to our fighting forces in Vietnam without the president three times used the words a a Hope or a hopeful in reference to ending the strike by members of the machinists and other rail shop Union members that virtually paralysed the nation s railroads. Informed Union sources Indi while the Sun shines. A monday s mostly sunny skies were Ideal for Hay making and that s just what was going on at the Zeigler farm on Cro okerhouse Lane in Bradford two. Disdaining any of the modern motorized methods Kathy Zeigler left or. Fred Zeigler and Cousin Michael Vinson ditch in to stack the new mown Hay on a Wagon for transportation to the barn. Era photo by Stewart final toll in Newark rioting 24 lives Newark . Apr the crisis and the curfew ended monday in Newark after the loss of 24 lives in five Days and nights of negro rioting but nearby Plainfield continued As a potentially explosive racial time bomb. One life also was lost in Plainfield. A the rioting and looting Are apparently Over a democratic gov. Richard j. Hughes announced in Newark. He was winding up four weary Days on the scene of the worst racial outbreak since the 1965 Watts riots left 34 dead in los Angeles thousands of new Jersey National guardsmen were withdrawn from Newark. At the same time a contingent of too was doubled in Plainfield 18 Miles to the Southwest. There was Daylight sniper fire in Plainfield and cars driven by Whites were stoned. Negroes there were said to be armed with Semi automatic rifles stolen from a nearby firearms manufacturing Plant. In Washington Republican Senate Leader Everett m Dirk 2 nabbed in Salamanca admit Bradford breaking Salamanca . Two men nabbed inside a store Here Early monday morning Are reported by local authorities to have admitted burglaries in Bradford a. The pair Mochael Manning 22, of port Allegany pa., and Terry Lee Pixley 21, of 44 e. Union St., Allegany waived preliminary examination in City court Here and were sent to Little Valley jail to await grand jury action on third degree burglary charges. Officials in Bradford said the r a entered the to Roblin service cation and the office of the Leach bulk Plant both at 156 Seaward ave., earlier in the morning and took a Case of Oil 24 quarts. The burglary charge resulting in the local arraignment resulted after a patrolman apprehended Manning and Pixley inside the Valley discount store at 691 Broad St., after finding a rear door open about 2 45 . They Are accused of taking two knives and a Small amount of change from the establishment Salamanca police said the pair also admitted entering the Puvel service station at Wildwood and Myers aves a Short time earlier and taking a tool Box and a Case of soft d inks. Rated earlier they might wait for a court order on the new Law before issuing any Back to work instructions to the strikers. But White House assistant Joseph a. Califano said there is no need for an accompanying court order along with Johnson a signing of the Law. Chief Railroad spokesman j. E. Doc Wolfe said he expected the unions to Call off the strike but that he was ready to go into court if necessary monday night. A we Hope and believe that the rail strike which now paralyses this country will be brought to an end at the earliest possible moment a the president said in his statement read by press Secretary George Christian. No rails 58 Christian. We Hope this crippling strike is about to end a Johnson said. A and As its Shadow lifts we must begin anew the work of Harmony and reason on which the greatness of our democracy is the president noted the wage dispute has been under Way for a year including the past month of efforts by Congress to enact legislation aimed at resolving it. While the legislation will get vital shipments flowing again Johnson said a most importantly it provides the special machinery to Settle fairly and finally the Long dispute which caused this the actual walkout of Railroad workers began saturday Midnight and gradually spread across the nation. The Law orders an immediate return to work by the strikers the appointment of a five Man continued on Page 14 14 named in scandal in insurance frauds Harrisburg a fourteen individuals were charged monday on 13 counts of embezzlement and conspiracy to defraud the defunct Bankers Allied Mutual insurance co., Gettysburg of $3,408,801.41. The disclosure was made by atty. Gen. William c. Sennett who said the charges were filed before Gettysburg Justice of the peace Robert p. Snyder by state police detectives Arthur Cronin and John Waverka. Bankers Allied was declared insolvent last december by the state insurance department. Commonwealth court issued an order two months later liquidating the firm. Sennett said the charges were filed after a six month investigation conducted jointly by the Justice and insurance departments and the state police into the affairs of Bankers Allied Bankers and Telephone employees insurance co., a defunct subsidiary Bankers Agency inc., the collection Agency for the insurance firms and National Capil insurance co. He added that those charged were a a associated with Bankers Allied. Snyder said the charges were filed against a John e. Hostetter Gettysburg re 2, identified As a former president of Bankers Allied five separate counts of embezzlement involving $100,000, $42,000 $25,000 $16,969.95, and $450,000 in funds. A Edward a. Chase 7430 so 55th ave., Miami Fla Charles c. Phillips 515 e. Rosemary St., Chapel Hill n.c., and Martin von Zamft 420 Lincoln road.,Miami Beach fla., embezzlement of $970,576.89. A Norman h. Bertels jr., 940 Cardinal road., Virginia Beach a. Kirk rainmaker 364 Forth Worth ave., Norfolk a. And Donald l. Parker 1439 Waylon ave., Norfolk va., embezzlement of $250,000. A Morris Liebman 300 so 30th St., Miami j. Nelson address unknown Bertels Chase Phillips von Zamft Hammaker and Parker All charged with conspiring to remove securities valued at $1,274,519.88 from a Bankers Allied Deposit Box. A Bertel Hammaker and continued on Page 14 Warren county sheriffs daughter 7, is killed sen of Illinois said the Jersey j tons of a a pattern of Lawless White policeman pleading for riots Are certain to increase his life was beaten and shot to support for a Federal anti riot state police superintendent death there sunday in a third Bill. David b. Kelly said there was night of negro violence. A state official on the scene evidence which he did not de said the Plainfield rioters con Silbe a organisation in the derived Advance signals to set up payment of snipers who 6 plagued Newark police and a the ambush of automobiles Obj ,. The perimeter of the West end St. Mourn cont inn and a Niv hour during the height of the negro Section. And a City spokesman said the disorder a was so perfected it had to be a negro newsman in Plain held said the rioters there a were ready before Newark there were suggestions also of an apparent pattern of planning in Newark a grim racial tragedy. Charging a grand jury to look into the criminal charges growing out of the riot Superior court judge Lawrence a. Whipple said there were Indica belter weather not much Chance no weather change for the better is expected today or wednesday die air will be warmer but showers Are expected today and wednesday monday Cloudy skies caused tile temperatures to fluctuate throughout the afternoon with a High of 78 degrees about 12 30. The Low for the Day was 47 degrees at 8 . The Outlook for today is warmer with a High of 75 to 84 degrees and widely scattered thundershowers in the afternoon and evening. Riot. The governor also promised to keep Alert against and strongly resist any White vigilante backlash in the aftermath of the Newark riot which resulted in property damage of Over $5 million in this half negro City of 400,000. An initial Force of too National guardsmen was doubled during the Day in Plainfield a City of 50,000 about 18 Miles away. A Plainfield mayor George Het Field clamped an a to . To 6 . Curfew and called the rioting a planned open the racial rebellion that blazed in the heat and humidity of the North Jersey summer also brought flare ups in Jersey City and East Orange where windows were smashed rocks thrown fire bombs hurled and shots fired. In Washington president Johnson was reported in dose touch with the new Jersey disorders but no requests for Federal Aid were received at the White House. Warren a the seven year old daughter of the Warren county sheriff was struck by a pickup truck and killed at 1 05 . Monday at the intersection of Pennsylvania Avenue w. And Central ave. Here. Dead is Cathleen Allen oldest daughter of sheriff and mrs. Donnell e. Allen jr., of la Dartmouth St. According to Warren Borough police Cathleen ran into the intersection in front of a pickup truck driven by Willard b. Webster 41, 1129 Pennsylvania ave. W., which was entering the intersection on Pennsylvania ave. Or. Webster told police a girl with Cathleen ran across the Street in front of him and he swerved slightly to avoid the child and did not see Cathleen who apparently followed the according to patrolman Willard first girl across the Street. Two Zerbe who investigated. She other girls at the curb also trying to Cross the intersection added to the distraction or. Webster said. An eyewitness mrs. Dor was pronounced dead on arrival at Warren general Hospital. The girl suffered multiple injuries. County Coroner or. Ross e. Othy Quot Pelt Quot of Quot re i a Claret is Quot it made a ruling in Don who was driving East along a a c,5 -s1? Pennsylvania ave., told police a police investigation the truck did not appear to be Cathleen is survived by her Travolino fast parents and two younger Sisters travelling Iasi. Funeral arrangements under Cathleen was thrown about the direction of a local funeral 90 feet from the Point of Impact Home Are incomplete. This Era . Troops Hunt communists in 20 different actions. Page j. Legacy of $20,000 still goes begging in a Smethport Bank. Page 7. Injuries to key players result in unpredictable baseball Pennant races in the majors. Page to. Fox twp. Little league stars play Bradford nationals at Callahan Park tonight. Page i i Stock Market remains on even keel despite rail strike trading Active. Page 13. To Cable rate hike is topic before Council Jimerson town Man 33, is arrested in Holdup Steamburg . A a contusions but did not require resident of Jimerson town near hospitalization. Spe Bridge comics crossword editorial hospitals. Radio log .14. 8 stocks .13 women. ,4, 5 Salamanca was apprehended by state police at 3 45 . Monday about 30 minutes after he allegedly robbed a woman clerk in a grocery Here. Held on felony charges of second degree robbery and second degree assault by authorities at the Falconer Barracks is Bradley Stewart redeye 33, of the Allegany Indian reservation Community. _ the six foot 260-Pound defend quests for new water service to reported to have assaulted locations outside the City and a customer Ronald matters 26 Council is scheduled to discuss of in a City Council will hold a Cial a general purposes meeting at 9 . Today at City Hall. Primary reason for the session is to discuss proposed increases in the monthly charges for television service by Bradford to Cable co. Several resolutions on the Agenda involve additional re bids recently submitted for about 2,600 feet of fencing to be installed at the water departments reservoirs. The bids Range from $8,000 to $15,000. The next regular meeting of Council will be held at 9 . Monday. According to state police. Redeye entered the store and a pushed around the clerk mrs. Ruth Fiebelkorn 38, who was minding the business in the absence of her father the owner. Mrs. Fiebelkorn was not harmed. The robber was picked up two Miles away on the old Erie Lackawanna Railroad right of Way East of this Hamlet and taken to the Falconer state police station for questioning. Troopers said the Man is wanted by state police at the fre a c. A a Donia station in nearby Hautau As redeye was a helping himself count on charges of Rob. At the Cash Register accordant Forry by in the. Second Motot is. The loot amount a it and by Salamanca City de to $80.20. Police for third degree forgery. Matters was struck by redeye authorities contended tas Yth Iise i and suffered facial abrasions and i a Sui a. Emery Tuu rum Assam of Randolph re 2, who entered the Community a Only grocery

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