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Bradford Era Newspaper Archives May 28 1966, Page 3

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Bradford Era (Newspaper) - May 28, 1966, Bradford, Pennsylvania He Bradford a Era saturday May 28, 1966�?3 new outbreak of violence in Bakersfield feared round and round and round the maypole traditional maypole dance was staged at the West Branch school Friday. Little girls in frilly dresses and Little boys in starched White shirts and ties performed the intricate Job of braiding Bright streamers around the maypole and then everyone paid homage to the May Queen who this year was Sandra Stoddard. Dancing singing and gymnastics rounded out the after noon program. Era photo by w. Forres Stewart May pro a Tram is presented at West Branch school youngsters from All six grades in Honor of the new Queen. Debra Wash Beth Goodman was ended with a recessional. Of the weft Branch elementary 20 third graders wound the May Faith Sevrey. School staged the traditional pole with Jeanne Russel por a. Jollie person May program Friday under fraying the a spirit of Margaret Delucis third Grade teacher directed Bright sunny skies. The children were Tori Benteen Jar p pan111. Dewyn the program she was assisted Vickie Mccracken Pamela pee Awley. Robert Marasco. Ran by mrs. Ledden mrs. Eloise the program held on the Debra Bishop. Karen Abbott Willard. Jerry Nelson Lewis miss. Betty Foster Art Bakersfield Calif. Apr police increased their patrols in Bakersfield a negro Section Friday in preparation for any renewal of violence a which they said they did not expect. Sporadic violence has flared in the area the past week. Negro leaders could not agree on the cause. Police said they did not know. A a we re augmenting our patrols but we done to anticipate any trouble a said it. James deem of the Bakersfield police department. Sporadically during the past week negroes reportedly angry Over what some of them Call foot dragging on anti poverty programs have set fire to buildings and Brush and hurled bricks and bottles at police. More than 40 negroes have been arrested this week. Two negroes have been shot. One was wounded seriously by another negro the other was shot in the leg by a policeman As he allegedly threatened a patrolman with a bottle. A school bus was attacked and battered by a mob of negroes As it was unloading negro pupils in the area. A a they re said the Rev. Anand Presa a Leader in the Federal anti poverty program in Bakersfield. Presa is Indian. A the attitude of the establish ment in the City has been to buy More guns and More policemen but to do nothing about the social Mel Brown a negro who Heads a project in the anti poverty program charged that delays by the City Council sparked the disorder. Another negro Leader City councilman Del Rucker disa greed. A the violence is cause by troublemakers by a few youngsters who want to get into trouble and the negro Community does no to like it a he said. Rucker represents the District on the Council. The outbreak began sunday night when negroes rioted in the one Square mile area Olf Southeast Bakersfield. Policemen had been called to investigate an intersection collision. Persons on the Street heckled the officers and threw bricks and bottles at them. Before the five hour flare up three rhythm band pieces by school Lawn was highlighted with the crowning of Sandra Stoddard this year s May Hill t v i a a full i la Quot Queen by Margie Campbell the j jims Quiri in howl in i leg the members of the Queen s court included Marie Reitter i mkt an Lapado Terry Carlson Debbie oat Rand-1 my Kean Are or Kathy Jacobs Stephanie cown Les in percent attained of Hudson a second graders Cornelius Patty Popiel and its 1966 quota in sales of us. A tumbling routine by third Susan Austin Floweres Jody savings Bonds series e and h. Grade boys an a Irish reel by Rose. Kathy Kleinberger Susan the county has purchased fifth graders and then the Bam Winner Kathy Sherwin Carol percent of its l%6 quota boo hop danced by 32 Barefoot Polaski. Cindy Jackson Debbie million. During March boys and girls from the fourth Phetterplace and Debbie cards county residents bought $106,661 and fifth grades. The program Mone court ladies and Kenny or s �?T11.887. Jamison Crown bearer. J Elk county has attained 29.1 a i i a i the fourth and fifth Grade a Quot a Mel la is i la Iii Sci chorus opened the program with w.3w.000. Ameron county has a a three selections Quot Heigh How Atta med22.5 percent fits quo in Pic Linn Milf a Rock a a soul and a the to ? ?jt�5er will map i our Happy wanderer a the 46 Ota is $3cmlopo of which 26.9 a youngsters were directed by percent has been attained. \ la t of i a void to mrs. Virginia in Widen music d. Harvey Phillips is Mckean teacher. County chairman. Steven Austin Brad farms-1 teacher who made the Queen s Worth. Roy Burgess. Michael throne and Crown and mrs. Crawford. Robert race and Julia Kreig and miss Elaine Michael strode. Wrisley who handled arrange a dance from a Hansel and ments for the Queen and her Gretel was presented by mrs. Court. Ola Veverline s first Grade i station Wess 1490 k c. Sundays 9 45 . Ended Iso police officers sheriffs deputies and Highway patrolmen had been called to the District to restore order. Sporadic disorders continued through the week. Theodore Roberson 17, was shot in the leg when he attacked an officer with a broken bottle police said. He was charged with assault with a deadly weapon. Tuesday night Nickles bar Kussi was shot in the Groin near his Home. He was hospitalized with serious injuries. The Day before the violence started negroes had held a Park picnic meeting to protest the City councils refusal to provide additional funds for a War on poverty recreation program. The Council offered instead to give no financial assistance and to place on the general election ballot this november a referendum measure to determine whether the City will participate financially. Councilman Rucker said negroes feel mistreated but he said he could find no connection Between any action taken by the City Council and the rioting. Mayor Russell Karlen conferred with negro leaders in an Effort to find a solution to unrest in the area where most of the City a 7,500 negroes live. To Send a memorial for respiratory disease Call the Mckean county to health society 368-4217 or writ 200 pleasant St. Bradford a. Bradford to Cable new to Channel report the modern energised television Cable facility installation has been completed in the following Bradford areas. More channels and better to viewing i a Cates hollow to Washington St. It Onofrio St. It Harding ave. It Marion ave. It poplin ave. It West Washington St. To Center St. It South Center St. It Barbour St. A Willard ave. A Fairbanks ave. It Colegrove ave. It school St. To Pearl it Cole ave. It interstate pkwy South it n. Bennett Street part it n. Center St. To school a Bank St. West the third Ward will be completed in the near future. New Cable and new amplifiers have been installed in the fourth Ward. The changeover will take place shortly. The a change Over will provide Bradford to Cable subscribers the following 8 to channels channels 2 3 4 6 7 8 la 12 Call 368 6991 Lar a Hookup Bradford to Cable co. 129 main St. Bradford 368-6991 James e. Williams 41, of i Jewett was reported in Good condition in Bradford Hospital where he was admitted Friday morning following a multiple car collision on main St., Lewis run. At 7 20 a in. He was suffering from multiple contusions to the face and Chest. Kane based state police who Are continuing their investigation reported that a southbound automobile operated by or. Williams is said to have gone out of control and collided with three parked cars owned by Betty Feraci and Bonnie Lee Frigo both of Lewis run and Thomas Frigo of 1374 High St. Here. Police said that or. Williams said he had fallen asleep at the wheel of his car. Damage was estimated at Over $2,000 to the Williams Auto. $500 to the Feraci machine $460 to the Bonnie Frigo Auto and $100 to the Frigo machine. I Oral men jailed a parole violators Smethport two Bradford men were lodged in Mckean county jail at Smethport pending a hearing on charges of violation of parole. The two men were identified As Robert Reed 17, of 403 w. Washington St and Delbert Bartela 17, of 40 Bank St. Both were ordered held in jail by the Mckean county court pending a hearing arising from their violation. Allegheny mourn in heart association gratefully acknowledges memorial gifts Allegheny Mountain heart association 200 pleasant St., Bradford to Sand a memorial 348-38s0 Cash carry a a specials a h no Peel House $ j Lavis paint a r99 j Gal. F Shingle so shake stain i 79 Gal. Wee Grove 4x8 $ v prefix. Panelling j 99 Sheet Pup tents 9 9� d 30 Gal. Hot water to Republic Heater j95 j a. 4x8 sheetrock 159 i so. Roon air $4 41 conditioners i i 195 j a. A. Paterniti t sons lumber co. 105 Elm St. Phone is on Sale today to am to to pm 20 gallon plastic trash can heavy arty sturdy Home plastic. With Leek in handle. Giant Dee. To Colton a opacity. Silver with Block top. To Galion trash can men s Broadcloth Boxer shorts pair assorted neat patterns and colors. Heat resistant. Sixes 30 to 40. Large size swing top waste receptacle sturdy durable pies 50 quart capacity. 28 indies High. Whit Dom top. T urdu of so sandalwood and Whit. Door to door ventilated car Cushion or your driving Comfort. 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