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Bradford Era (Newspaper) - May 28, 1966, Bradford, Pennsylvania 2�?the Bradford a Era saturday May 28, 1966 Queenie by Phil in Terlando he a courteous Well mannered and quite thought Ful. I done to Trust him. Obituaries mrs. Mae Farrell mrs. Martha Caton Camden . A sister of two Bradford. Pa., residents mrs. Mae Farren of Beverly and a former resident of St. Marys pa., died Here wednesday morning in our lady of Lourdes Hospital. Bom at Osceola Mills. Pa., on Jan. 23, 1893, she was the daughter of Maryann and Robert amp Walker she was married in 1922 to Walter r Farren who died in 1957. Survivors include a daughter mrs. Maryann Holdcraft of Willingboro a son Edward r. Farren of Dayton. Ohio three Sisters. Miss Ruth e. Walker and mrs. Sara w. Altenderfer both of Bradford and mrs. Helen Green of Boise. Idaho. Funeral services will be held at 9 a in. Today in sacred heart Church in St. Marys. Burial will be in St Leos cemetery in Ridgway. A. Fred j. Hane St marys special Fred j. Hanes. 62, of 318 Church St., died at 10 10 . Thursday at Andrew haul memorial Hospital Here following an illness of three weeks born at St. Marys on sept. 8, 1903, he was the son of Andrew and Elizabeth Herzing Hanes. He was employed As Foreman at Sylvania electric products co., a past exalted ruler of the elks member of the Quarter Century Hub at Sylvania. The sportsmen a club and the sharpshooters club. Survivors include his wife the former Bernardine Dippold two daughters mrs. Howard Kolinoski of Barkdale air Force base land mrs. Bradford Mccusky of Wheeling . One son. Willis Hanes of Niagara Falls n A sister. Miss Alice Hanes of Pittsburgh and three Brothers Archie. Jerome and Francis Hanes All of St. Marys. Funeral services will be held with a requiem High mass at to . Monday in St. Mary s Church. Burial will be in St. Mary a cemetery or. James latin Tizzi Kane a mrs. Elizabeth Iannuzzi 67, of 226 Dawson St., died Early Friday morning at Community Hospital Here. She had been ill More than three years. A Kane resident for 45 years mrs. Iannuzzi was born in Italy in 1889, the daughter of Joseph and Anna Trimarchi. She was i member of St. Callistus Church and the sons of Italy Lodge. She was married to James Iannuzzi. Who survives in 1921. Survivors include her husband me son James or. Of Kane two Sisters. Mrs. Victoria Caracola of Depew. N y., and mrs. Frances Scala in Italy a Broth or. Bruno Trimarchi in Italy two grandchildren and Many nieces and nephews friends May Call at a Kane Mineral Home beginning this tit Moon and a Rosary will be recited there at 8 . Sunday. A requiem High mass will get held at St. Carlistus Church it 9 . Monday conducted of the Rev. Carl l. Lippert. 3urial will be in St. Callistus cemetery. Allegany by. Mrs. Martha k. Eaton 68, of the five mile rd., sister of Henry Shaffer of Eldred died at her Home Friday morning following a lengthy illness. Mrs. Eaton was born at Hinsdale on april 26,1898, a daughter of John and Elizabeth Ross Shaffer. She had been a resident of Allegany since her childhood. In 1916 she was married to Hiram Eaton who preceded her in death in 1947. The couple had established Eaton farms and Dairy. She was a member of the St. Bonaventure Church and its altar society the l.c.r.a., Catholic daughters lady knights of Columbus and the Grange. For Many years she had served on the election Board of the town and Village of Allegany. Besides her brother. Mrs. Eaton is survived by four sons Clayton Eaton Alfred j. Eaton and darned f. Eaton All of Allegany and Harlan Eaton of Olean by. Three daughters mrs. George Cash of Olean mrs. Francis Cullather of Rochester . And mrs Eugene Stopha of Arcade 34 grandchildren and three More Brothers George Shaffer Andrew Shaffer Ana Herman Shaffer All of Allegany. Friends Wil be received after 2 . Today at the residence where a prayer services will be conducted at 9 30 . Tuesday. A requiem High mass will follow at to . In the St. Bonaventure Church. Burial will be in St. Bonaventure cemetery. Youth drowns while swimming in Genesee River Wellsville . A 13-year-old Wellsville youth drowned Friday afternoon while swimming in the Genesee River. Or. J. Paul Remes of Belmont Allegany county Coroner issued a certificate of accidental death due to drowning in the death of Timothy Hamilton 13-year old son of or. And mrs. Russell c. Hamilton of 30 Pine St. Wellsville based state police who investigated the tragic Accident reported that Timothy together with six other outs went to the River where Timothy started wading. He told his companions he intended to swim to the Western Bank about too feet away. He was dressed in trousers and sneakers. He reportedly reached within eight feet of the opposite Bank when he got into difficulties and could not continue. Responding to his shouts for help a companion Roy Nickerson swam out to him trying to help but was fought off violently by Timothy who Sank out of sight help was summoned in the meantime and Wellsville Volunteer firemen assisted by Wellsville Borough police and state troopers started dragging the River. The body was discovered one hour after Timothy disappeared. At about 5 45 . Not far from the spot where he Sank. Police identified Timothy a companions As Arnold Proctor 17, Michael Deming 13, Patrick Dean 12, Terry Burdge Llroy Nickerson 14. And Chris Thompson All of Wellsville. Funerals wins degree Kenneth l. Holmberg son of or. End mrs. J. Alfred Holmberg of 404 Spruce St., Johnsonburg has received a Bachelor of science degree in secondary education from Clarion stat College. He is a member of Phi Sigma Epsilon fraternity and was Active in sea and the Cappella choir at Clarion. A is a graduate of Smethport High school. In september he will assume a teaching position in mathematics and physics at Neshannock High school in new Castle and also will serve As assistant Junior High football coach. Dinner honors two retiring area teachers Smethport special fifty teachers of the Smethport area schools attended a dinner at the Castle. Olean ., on thursday in Honor of mrs. Twila Engstrom and miss Theda Crowley. The two Are retiring from teaching in area schools. Mrs. Engstrom graduated from Hazel Hurst High school and Clarion College she Besan her teaching career in Kush a and later taught in Hazel urst Cyclone and East Smith it. Mrs. Engstrom has been the teaching profession for 37 years. Miss Crowley graduated from speaker Oles scouting activity of servicemen St y Cra Aua Smethport High school and then received a bachelors degree from Mansfield teachers College. Her first teaching assignment was at Bordel followed by Cyclone East Smethport. The scouting backgrounds of Detwiler president of Alcan the american astronauts and of Cable co. Of Jersey Shore and Many graduates of the country a who has served As chairman three service academies were of boy scouts of America retold of thursday when the an Gion Iii for the past three years Nual Elk lick Council major the Region encompasses five membership dinner was held states. At the pen Hills club. Guest speaker for the 25 adult scout tilling of the outstanding a re and their i Quot to was Jack servicemen or. Detwiler stressed the importance of the scouting movement in the development of Well rounded citizens. Guests were welcomed by Glenn r. Yeakey Host for the dinner who also introduced Charles Crockett president of the Elk lick Council. Ers and their guests was Jack cause of death of truck Driver still unsolved Sale rain or shirt Coats a off Friedman s clothing i shows 105-107 main St. 341-45 0 new location . Prior to introducing the speaker or. Crockett report the death of a Buffalo truck i de briefly on the status of the be has been a teacher for 36 years. She also served two years with the . Women a army corps during 1943-44. Both teachers were presented with corsages and gift certificates. Mrs. Ray Gustafson was toastmaster for the program with remarks by Hugh Lunn principal of Smethport area Junior senior High school. Music for the evening was by David Kitchen elementary music teacher and he also accompanied group singing. Mmp1 William e. Ebbert Smethport special a funeral services were conducted at 2 . Friday at the Fry funeral Home for William Edwin Ebbert. 71. Of Smethport re 3, who died wednesday at his Home. The Rev. Paul Whitcomb of the Rew evangelical United Brethren Church officiated. Burial was in Mckean memorial Park. Bearers were Scott Rhodes Frank Lewis Edward Marsh John Yeany Ward Swort and Laverne Sheldon. Members of the Maude Rebekah Lodge of Rew the Ideal Rebekah Lodge of Smethport and the women of the Moose of Bradford paid their respects at the funeral Home thursday evening George e. Nadolske port Allegany special a George e. Nadolske 61. Of 303 Arnold ave., died at 10 20 . Friday at port Allegany Community Hospital following a Short illness. Bom at Oil City on nov. 28, 1904, he was the son of the late Julian and Mary Mclaughlin Nadolske. He married miss Hanna Dennin on aug. 25. 1948 moving Here from Oil City he lived in port Allegany 37 years he was vice president and comptroller of the North Penn Gas co. Here and a member of the rotary club comptrollers Institute of America St. Gabriel Church and the holy name society. He was president of the port Allegany Community Hospital Board. Survivors include his wife at Home and one brother. J. A. Nadolske of Akron Ohio. Friends May Call at the Walter funeral Home Here after 4 . Sunday where a Rosary will be recited at 8 . Monday. A requiem High mass will be held at St. Gabriel a Church at 9 . Tuesday conducted by the Rev Eugene Coleman. Burial Wil be in St Gabriel cemetery. Theodore Johnson Kane special a funeral services for Theodore Johnson 91, of 319 Maple St., who died at Kane Community Hospital to wednesday were Bela at 1 30 . Friday conducted by the Rev g. O. Welsh of the Emmanuel Mission Church. Burial was in Mckean memorial Park. Bearers were Albin Johnson Floyd Nelson Leonard Anderson Donald Holt Leland Burdick and Paul Lindquist. Electrical worker elect new officer Emporium special United electrical workers local 639 elected Percy House As its president. Other officers named Are Donald priest vice president Joyce Caulkins financial Secretary Mary Mcaulay treasurer Vera Rio business agent Ruth Flanigan recording Secretary. Also. Marge Ramarge. Trustee Jack Stebick and Leo Chmelar sergeants at arms Mary Harrison complaint Board chairman Rose Riddle Board Secretary and or. Benedict James Boyer Earl Caton. Alma Ford James Geelen and James Hammersley executive Board. Four count ians get scholarships from Stackpole four Mckean county High school seniors were awarded $3,000 scholarships Friday by the Stackpole Carbon co. Winners Are a Jon e. Lester valedictorian of this years graduating class at Smethport High school he is the son of or. And mrs. H. Richard Lester of Kane re 1. A Rebecca Anderson student at Kane area High schol the daughter of or. And mrs. Ward Anderson of Ludlow. A Stanley Politowski student at Kane area High school son of or. And mrs. Stanley a. Politowski Kane re 2. A Judith Durst daughter of or. And mrs. William Durst of Kane a senior at Elk county Christian High school near St. Marys. Eligible students must be a graduate from a High school in a Community where Stackpole operates a Plant. Vets to decorate cemetery Graves members of the Bradford Post of veterans of foreign wars will decorate the following cemeteries with markers and flags beginning at to a in. Today Degolia hebrew Marshburn. Lafayette Mckean memorial Park Willow Dale Lewis run and Wagner cemeteries decorated during the past week were Bolivar run Sawyer Oak Hill Riverview Cornplanter and Morrison run. Markers and flags Are available at the vow clubroom. Three victims of animal bites Olean n Three victims of animal bites Are under observation in Olean and Salamanca. Olean police Are looking for a cat that bit Cindy James 8, on her wrist As she was playing in a vacant Home being cleaned by her Mother on Baldwin ave. Police said the cat first took Refuge in the rafters then disappeared. A girl and a policeman in Salamanca were Hitten by the same dog in the act of protecting her new born Little Valley the death of a Buffalo truck of briefly on the status of the Driver which occurred a few Council. He said there current hours after his loaded tracts a Are goo volunteers in Cam trailer ran off route 210 in the Eron Mckean and Potter coun town of great Valley thurs is serving 2.250 boys who Are Day remained unsolved Friday members of 92 various troops Richard h. Clinton 29, of pm Sta or packs it of 205 Marine dr., Buffalo turning to fiscal affairs the died Early thursday afternoon president told that of the $46,000 in the veterans administration needed in 1966 to maintain the Hospital in Buffalo and no councils operation Only $23,250 cause of death had been an will be received from several bounced by the authorities late United fund groups. The re Friday. No coroners report mauling $22,750 must be raised had been issued either. Through the sustaining member the truck operated by or. Ship campaigns conducted Clinton owned by the United throughout tile Council and fund parcel service of Buffalo and raising efforts staged in areas Syracuse went off the Road which do not have a United near Alwater rd., South of fund organization. Peth at about 9 ., knocking Down about 13 guard rails a. Detwiler charged Ami a sign went Down a 50-foot fac citizen with the Respo Sibil Bank returned to route 219 try of seeing that the youth of and stopped in the southbound our country receives sufficient Lane of the Highway. 1 education a in our free enter the sheriff s report said Prie system to assure that that or. Clinton had suffered future generations will fully a had inner apr in the Arri Rient benefits and will visit us just in. New shipment a a Calico singers country Storo Cutter City a. Watch for our Quot Lucky Buck Quot number you May be the Winner 7 Days to . To j a. M. Sal s 101 Markof Barbour St. Head injuries in the Accident. The report however did not. State that these injuries were ,t0. A aside the cause of death. Janice Bish 2x, and patrolman Edward Giambrone both were bitten on the . The policeman was bitten when investigating the report that the child had been bitten. All three victims received anti tetanus shots. Area churches Linda v services Christian science Christian science churches on sunday will present a Bible Les son Sermon on the fallacies of hypnotism and other forms of mental control and servitude entitled a ancient and modern necromancy alias mesmerism and hypnotism a service will be held at 10 45 a. In. At first Church of Christ scientist 92 Congress St. Capable of resisting any for a different form of a one of the key elements of scouting he stated a is building within the boy an appreciation for american he solicited Public financial support of scouting to assist in the proper development of As Many boys As possible. S John Hemman inc 34 main 341 3300 Bradford Quot Adam Quot straws Cool summer hats i checks in mail Emporium special the Emporium Trust co. Will place 280 vacation club checks in the mail today totalling $44.058._ i Dir won he hut Vandalia by. Finial tak in the Arr Chicken in the Banket special. Plus other Fine food served with a Ama a Home made Quot bread. The wishing Well Kane k of c make plan for election Kane special a the Kane Council Knight of Columbus met thursday evening with grand Knight James Varisano in the chair. Plans were made for the election of officers to be conducted in june. The summer schedule of dances for the youth of the Community will go into effect on june 8, and then a dance will be held each wednesday evening. Gregory Rich gave a report on the youth activities and the scouting program sponsored by the Council. Permission was also Given by the Council for religious classes to be held on its premises. Merchant to meet Dine on thursday a dinner meeting for members of the business division of the chamber of Commerce formerly designated the retail merchants division will be held at 6 30 . Next thursday at the Valley Hunt club reservations Are to be made in Advance with Eleanor Waler chamber of Commerce office not later than 3 . Wednesday. Charles t. Rowe is chairman of the dinner meeting. The Agenda Calls for a discussion of various promotions for the balance of the year. Annual sidewalk Days will be observed in Bradford on thursday and Friday july 14 and 15, with Carl Logan and Frank Hinze As co chairmen. Merchants Are now planning for the two Day merchandising festival. Dollar Days will be observed in August with a definite Date to be announced food poisoning seen in death Jamestown. N A food poisoning is suspected in the death of a 17-year-old Mother and in the serious illness of her husband and infant son Here firemen on thursday found the body of mrs. Ada Torres at 372 Foote ave. Coroner Frederick Hitchcock said she apparently died wednesday. Firemen also found the woman a husband Cornelio 20, and their 5-month-old son Andrew seriously ill. They were taken to wac Hospital and Are expected to recover. I an autopsy failed to reveal the cause of death. Samples of food from the family refrigerator and contents of the woman a i stomach were sent to Albany for analysis. State Soldier among six killed in yet Washington a a pennsylvanian was among six soldiers killed in the Viet Nam War the defense department announced Friday. He was army pfc. Robert Smith or. Husband of mrs Linda l. Smith of 123 North Edgewood St Philadelphia. Hill memorial eur the Rev. Norb May of the Union Rescue Mission Jamestown n. A will be guest speaker at the la . Service sunday at Hill memorial evangelical United Brethren Church. Ted Hess assistant class Leader will conduct the service. At the 7 . Service the youth Fellowship will have charge with president John Walker presiding and the Sermon by the Rev. Ernest. Bond. Eire destroy Gamp \ Allied at �3.000 St. Marys a fire this week destroyed a Camp valued at $3,000 on the Bucktail Road East of Here. Firemen from Crystal fire department found the Structure in flames and said the building and contents were a total loss. The Camp is owned by Carpin of Weedville. 3 6 8 4 7 2 3 2 5 4 6 8 3 y t a a g s o u l h r 8 u i 2 3 6 4 3 7 5 6 4 3 2 a 7 h n r y o i a a l i 8 r 3 4 6 2 ii 6 5 3 7 2 a a 4 3 a y n h o d n h t i w h e 2 3 $ 4 3 s 2 7 6 4 7 3 2 n a e a r e e s y r f l a 3 8 2 6 4 6 5 7 4 7 2 5 3 t o l o v f o r u o w f h 8 4 3 7 2 i 4 5 2 8 3 7 5 p c a a e c y o o a a 5 7 i 3 4 i 2 5 4 3 7 a a a a a 8 o w r 8 e 8 h t t d n r hire 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. U the number of letters is 6 or More subtract 4. If the number is less than 6, add 3. The result la your key number Start at the upper left hand Corner of the rectangle and Check every one of your key ight. Then read the message the letters Igi Irea give you scuba diver seek body of drowned Man Matheson ont. Apr scuba diver searched Friday for the body of Kenneth Grove 34, of dunns station Washington county pa., who drowned in Wata Beag Lake tuesday. Grove was fishing with t w o fellow steel Mill workers when a wave washed Over the three horsepower motor on their is foot Canoe and stalled it. The others swam to Shore. Certificate presented to web by army a certificate of appreciation for services rendered has been received by radio station web of Bradford from the . Army recruiting District at fort George g. Meade my. The certificate signed by col. William d. Taylor and la col. George d. Bachman states that it is being presented to the radio station a in recognition of your outstanding contribution to the Success of the . Army recruiting Mission. A your valuable support has been of significant assistance in the strengthening and maintaining the regular . new potatoes to .b,59�?~ South Bradford fruit Market teen dance at West Branch Community club saturday May 28 music by what for admission soc 7 31. 11 00 numbers left to i under the checked i available for children a parties clubs a dances a dinners Julius e. Setzer or. in hypnotist magician re. Jinni Sis pm Fri St. Skad Pond. A. Daisie Schilling bar husband a children w aha is not living. Pitas Gat in touch with to oncoming a Small Inha Ritacca w. Everett Dupuy attorney 13 4 Mandan Avo. Houston Texas 7700s a free estimates # financing available Call 368-8371 today Boom after smile is new Carey roof in Attar Shingle with s to Seal tabs wont blow off in the Moat severe storms. They re sealed doom to stay in place Parma be n to v. Fire resistant and Beautiful la look at too experts since 1892 Taylor roofing co. 53 w. Washington St. Bradford 368-8371 not n of Amity Quantity rights reserved open tonight until 9 00 Orchard Park Orange drink it. By. Orchard Park Catsup i la. 4 of. Orchard Park grape drink Alfor it. Btl. We Hope All of our friends have a very Safe and Happy Holiday

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