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Bradford Era (Newspaper) - November 21, 1960, Bradford, Pennsylvania A round the so Ware Cloudy mostly Cloudy today with Little temperature change High in Low 50s fair and Cool tonight Low in 30s partly Cloudy with Little temperature change tues Day. Aire 0? morning new you o clock scholars can hear the new this morning at 8 15 of clock Over web at the 1490 spot. Vol. 84. No. 20. Sarona Ciao Potuck paid at Bradford. A. Bradford pa., monday morning november 21, 1960. Published daily. Except sunday at 43 main St. 7c a copy by Carrier 45c week hawaiian Holiday How would you come next february like to is lolling on the Beach at Waikiki relaxing in the warm Pacific Sun How would you like to partake of a Mouth watering Luau or hawaiian least what would you think of flying there All the Way with the trip from Cleveland on to Hawaii by powerful Jet what Al rout a Stopover in glamorous la a Angeles and Hollywood on the Way out and plenty of time in historic and cosmopolitan san Francisco on the Way Back Don t Pinch yourself. You re no a dreaming. Hts has some ideas on the subject which could come True a reasonably too if enough of you Folk Are interested. Wmk itinerary subject to enough interest. The Era and web can arrange the following dream itinerary a a dream that comes True for you you re airborne via Allegheny airline leaving Bradford Mckean Airport on saturday fib 4 1961, seven weeks from last saturday at 3 44 p in. You leave Cleveland via american airlines Jet arriving in xxv Angeles at 9 to p in you stay in a Fine hotel and of you wish sunday would be turned Over to an All Day tour of Disneyland and tie famous Knott s Berry farm you remain in los Angeles sunday night leaving monday fib 6, by american Jet for Honolulu departure time from i a is 9 30 a in you arrive in Honolulu at i of p in for the traditional Lei greeting and Transfer to toe inter nation by acc la med hawaiian Village hotel what Yin ii you remain in the hawaiian islands until 3 so p Infix 16, when at 3 to pm you take off via i muted Jet for san f Francisco but let get Hac k to the hawaiian Holiday first tie lure we visit san Francisco to the schedule a of it a1, would he a Circle tour of the i and of Oahu with a full Day of fabulous sightseeing another Day would he highlighted by the Luau or feast at the hawaiian Village still another Day would put you of a Pearl Harbor cruise the re d tie Days without special Tours enabling you to follow your own pursuits a sailing swimming. Skin diving sur boarding Ting tropical wonderlands no in clubs shopping and the ilk then Are ail kinds fit attractions right on the hotel grounds a and. Of course there a a air plane tour of other islands in Hawaii with fabulous sights and seenes for vow. All the beauties of nature la the islands Coffee plantations and an Mer. Burh stay i picturesque Hilo. Islands galore and fun galore too on feb 15, Pond have another Day of Leisure yours to do with what you want before departure on the afternoon of feb 16, but the trip is far from Over Frisco fun that i muted Jet will set you Down in glorious san Francisco of to 30 p Infix 16 the next Day a tour of the St cd ried City it yours with the lath open for your own Pursuit of the great and metropolitan City on the Hay then on Fob 19, tomes the return flight to Chicago Cleveland and by Adion sound exciting a Well the prices could Well Fie within a pretty strict budget less than Pond expect or dream of for ail this wondrous travelling interested then Tell us so we will know whether to go ahead and make plans. Please do it one of two ways father tend a card or a letter to hts care of the Era indicating your desire for More information or. If you prefer Call our friends at the Emery travel service whose professional help we be enlisted let us know if Holiday in Hawaii with luxury in los Angeles and fun in san Francisco too sounds Good to you no obligation by contacting us of course fire guts it. Jewett Borough Hall sub divisions to meet area ponders planning unit a meeting of Mckean county political sumo division has been scheduled for nov 30 at the f county courthouse in Smethport to discuss formation of a county planning commission. Mks. F my \ g. Hoa Aird. Cd Many projects a a a a mrs. Bon Airt. Aly ump Leader Dies i s. Emma Griffith boy Aud Al. One of Bradford most prom Merit Anc Active civic aim social welfare leaders for Many year died in her residence at 119 Jackson ave of 6 a in saturday she was the widow of Joseph h to daughter of i and mrs to Dore Mise Griffith she Wax Horn sept 9, 1671, at Petrolia. A. And came Here with her parents a a child from membership in the women literary club of which a slide inn in Mummy Thrno my Hitmi past president. Mrs Bovaird went on to become a dynamic Leader in Many Active Lite designed to improve the City and stare and serve t heir resident she held Manv High posts in the state federation of women s dubs and was first president of it Northwestern District Organ a ration. While serving on the child welfare committee of the federation she noted the need for action against dental problems in children. Her efforts led to action is the slate legislature stressing the need for dental hygienists in the Public schools the late gov git fold Pine Bot appointed fur to the children s state commission Winch prepared i suitable legislation Ai feet my the adoption of children mrs Bovaird a in the forefront in Many other Fields the Campaign or a Sal and sane fourth of july daily milk for school children file Mckean county guidance clinic and the Bradford Hospital auxiliary resale shop she was president of she Hospital auxiliary for 13 year she a the first president of the Young women Christian league forerunner of the Yam a it on tinned on Page 81 township supervisors Borough officials and representative of Bradford its Council will attend the meeting. Plans for the meeting were announced sunday by own to commissioner a. J. Harrington. Mayor John a still said sunday that he plans to attend a representative for the City. He said that he had received a word of Mouth invitation from county commissioner r e Young quilt and expects to receive a letter shortly with the Advent of the Kin a dam project and the resulting recreational potentialities of the area there a been considerable agitation to Creal such a plan Ding commission or. Harrington said he did believe the two were directly related the planning commission would he formed to work on ail phages of county planning and not tie linked solely to the Kinzua project work on the dam project has caused a a nearby counties to work Foster than they otherwise would Quot or Harrington ski if he said the proposed formation of a planning commission a nothing to do with task of annexation of a portion of Warren county it has Bee reported that some it unturned on Page 3 i a group Congo bound despite to United nations. N. Y. Apr the Bead off the i n conciliation commit do for the ton go said sunday nothing would keep tile commission from going thereto seek peace among rival polite 78 volunteers Battle Blaze tons of water Here poured into it. Jewett town Hall at Center Street in an Effort to quell flame which wracked the building sunday night. Fire fighters from Kane assisted the i. Jewett Volunteer in a vain attempt to Stop the spreading flames. Era photo by Rath it a a Man of mean Corn Mission thus defied a t officials threat that 5 troop would bar its member from Leopold Ville Airport where they Are scheduled to arrive Felt week talking with a reporter lie Abu Cas Dmit on speculation that the t n general Assembly scat president Joseph Kava thu s congolese delegation the commission May Ca Oft the trip Jose Nus Turner commissioner for the in not said at a news conference in Leopold a a Friday that stunt soldiers would go to the Airport there to keep the commission from Landing co Joseph Mobutu the Congo s army commander and military rider Vioti a not support this threat he said it is no concern of mine a Wachuku. Answering question by Telephone from his new York hotel Sard he was not upset Quot i go he said Quot i have booked my passage and i go i Don t see any he explained that Nigeria had two battalions of soldiers and three ii aftalion of police with the i n. Force in the Congo and the Force itself totalled around 20. Women quite enough to protect the commission defend . Ties conservatives w in in Japan sign pact to Settle Laos int i Iet Tokyo apr Prim minister Hay Alo Iberia s conservatives won continued control of Pari Ament monday after waging an election Campaign pegged on sewing Janet cd to asvurf1 and r rep Ikeda ii mini to Lier a opposition new state Security part s. Had won dem Lentic Socia up Iii 5f group w the i dire soc congolese St to beat . Embassy staffers Leopold Ville die Congo a Ter their car accidentally Al led Emba by to Leal office f rank apr screaming congolese Sun a negro cycles the congolese set Carioca of Wilkes Barre. A Day battered and knifed two Mem fire to the car the amen was stabbed Iii the Back Ami Ber of the is. Embassy staff cans fled. Inside the Era City had 3 of 5 county employees in 1959. Page 2 Kennedy probes Caribbean. National Security from Palm Beach. Page 3 39 new York Central Railroad cars derail in Massachusetts. Page 5 Lawrence schools report shows Rock n Roll cultural. Page to Jane Keane wins women s City All events Bowling title. Page 16 Bridge it mines in crossword 14 editorial 19 hospitals 12 radio to 8 sports 14 women by. -4- wore 16-17 4 in Aten he covered the Retreat o three ethers in the car include my an american woman Caducci then fled the angry crowd by jumping aboard a bus blood dripping Over his suit. Chic Warren officer Clyde St Lawrence of new Belford. Masa member of the military attache staff was stabbed the it times and received numerous blow As he fled from the Cai which he had been driving St. Lawrence was picked up and driven to safety by the c s vice Consul. I s Alison Palmer of Amityville. Long Island. By. The american were driving to Leopold Ville Airport to see off Deputy undersecretary of state continued on Page 81 Good insure anti Sirr Imo to a Smith of co i a to 171 hotel Emery Coffee shop tile i vae Kraal Tom with the United returns from Sun Vale voting gave Ike democratic party 238 467-m�?~at House of rep loping the 234 Joni control 103 seats the 4s. A moderate cd Bloke with Imio months boy shoots in trooper dad had fight Dallas a Jap a stale trooper was killed sunday by his Only it on. Who stood at the Kitchen door and emptied a .38 Caliper revolver at his father police said. The boy s Mother warn the Kitchen preparing dinner. I wit she had no inkling of the violence that was about to Hurst Forth. Trooper Kurt set wet is. 45. A member of the Force for 22 year died on the Doorstep Kenneth Schweiss. 17. Was arrested. State police maj. Harold Newman said Kenneth admitted shooting his father because of arguments Over the boys school grades and the amount of studying he did Schweiss Hail told his son to stay Home sunday and study Newman related. The major was Schweisz Superior at the Wyoming Barracks near this Luzerne county Community. Newman drawing on Kenneth statement related Thi Story Schweiss had left the House this afternoon to attend a shooting match at a nearby club. There had been an argument earlier Over grades. Kenneth got Ore of his fathers revolvers from his parents loom Anil when his father came Home fines through the window of the Kitchen door i i it a Mik a a Filer a a a atrial Harold c. Baua Ehard Ito Seaward Avenue a of Smi airline la pm Emery Fra eel in Ltd Boul Emery lobby. Phone of communist a Ikeda Haft a the Campaign against neuter. W a said Slippy i Arv Alliance hem o Rte Isis i won Only 6 up a led threw. A no for it a the the i the the i Alit the communists. Who he the socialists stage last Pri violent demonstrations against new i s Japan military pact failed to elect a candidate. Both the conservatives and socialists headed for gains at sex pen a of the democratic so in a a Mal Ratt group facing first test at the polls since is members Bloke away from the socialists to months ago at least la incumbent democratic socialists went Down to defeat quickly including Takeo Muto. A Well known i a1 Kwh Leader Ikeda had appealed for a boost in the conservative total of 283 seals in the old House of representatives As a sign that the country would repudiate the socialist po1 icy of lieu Trak a in the cold War the House from which the new government will be formed has 467 a eats. Vientiane Laos a in pre truer Pri Nee sum Ama Houma announce i suck give he r Las signed j an agreement with the Leader olt t he path to Lac on was to end six year civil War ii i Laos this d i Patch was delayed and Cut by to censor m Vientiane the cum a nudist ted a Chat lao. Him to Ftp waging the co ii War Mike to French go of i of indu dim m i 954. A Mon it it new do Jefe Ann minced Carnet Varina pm Douma s gov e in item App amp to amp Fhiry m response to Outhet la Jupi t ? it ure a e with Cummin list tuna and its i elide. North a let Nam a la. A Neutral St report cd the agreement w ii the Prince Sun Anna Vong. His half brother and Lead t of the pasta of lao in his return n from the p a aft bet lao Strongbox i at Sam Nacua North pm Laos this of a Parentis a a preliminary Agre Cement in Pun Ciplic Only. The pier Mer declined t o disclose details immediately. But he said Souvanna Yang agreed to support hut government neuter a Alist Poti Cie and to the creation it a Coa lotion Regj Ime including r presenta fives of the fat he lao and Gen. Photini not a an s Light a w ing i regime. It. Jewett special Eire devastated it. Jewetts combined Borough Hall jail and Public Library sunday night a it 78 volunteers from the local fire department and Kane fought vainly to save the 50-year-old building. One fire fighter was injured. William Carl of the it. Jewett volunteers suffered a Cut Arm when a piece of Glass fell. His found was closed with four stitches a a local physician and he returned to fight the Blaze. Borough residents formed a Book brigade to remove the Library s Tooks. As fire crackled about their Heads the volunteers carried an estimated 3,000 to 4,000 volumes from the stacks. Fire fighters were Able to save most of the Borough s important records and voting machines from the fire hut Many documents were lost none of the office equipment in any of the offices could tie carried to safety. The Blaze was discovered about 6 15 pm. Harold Beer who receives fire Calls said a woman called first. A she shouted into the phone. The Library s on fire and Hung up a a Man called immediately afterwards and told or Beer to sound the alarm. The i. Jewett volunteers under the command of thief William Keesler were assisted by in men from the Kane Volunteer fire department under the command of or. Harry d. Gardner chief. Chief Keesler said the water Supply at the scene was surprisingly Good Fig he Hose lines poured thousands of Gallons into the blazing building. Water was drawn from hydrants in the area and pumping trucks. Two hydrants were used to continually refill the pumpers As water a Chawn origin of the fire was undetermined. It did an unofficially estimated $60 000 damage. The i Structure was considered a total loss and volunteers were still battling tile Blaze at Midnight. No decision has been readied for a temporary relocation of the government As yet a Section it the Borough building had recently been rebooted. The fire apparently started on the second floor but the exact cause is undetermined. Chief Keesler said it could not be blamed on the building electrical a Stem. A a the luxe Box a checked when we went into the building and nothing seemed to be wrong a he said. He said there was a Gas stove located on the second floor which was left burning the second floor houses the Borough offices and the Community room while the jail and Library Are located on the first floor the Borough fire House was located in the t enter Street bidding at one time and there was some obsolete fire fighting equipment located in the basement the Library and Community room had teen remodeler recently and were Wainscot a. Firefighters were hampered in battling the Blaze by false ceilings and partitions. Flames roared Between inner and outer Wall and were impossible to get at with water. The Brick faced building was of Wood Frame construction. Dry timbers fed the foe As it spread through the second Story and creeper Down Lief Ween Wall to the first floor. Intense heat and the danger of the Wall buckling kept fire fighters at a distance As they poured water on the building from All sides continued on Page 8 local firm finds Gas on City land 0 Kuroli drilling co. Hit 2.8 million near c a Reservoir Kroh drilling co struck a Gas Well saturday at 4.685 feet with a production capacity gauged at 28 million cubic feet per Day on City owned land adjacent to the Bradford Reservoir. The City owns the surface but Mineral rights Are controlled by Tom d Mallory the land is leased to the Thunder Rock producing co. Which is owned locally by George Kroh. The contractor and e j. Bundley of 25 Tang maid Lane Thomas Kroh. Son of the owner of tile drilling company said sunday the Well May prove to he an Oil producing Well. He said there is a possibility of locating Oil. Operations at the site will Start again today the firm plans to sink the Well still further. Or Kroh said it took about 30 Days to sink the Well to it present depth operation at the tilt have been delayed by a blown out Cement casing at the site or. Kroh said pressure blew the car ing out and it will have to be repaired prior to sinking the Well any further. Cuban Soldier shoots \ Ank in dub Brawl Havana Cap a a Cui it an army Captain in endian clothes shot and seriously wounded a Young embassy clerk saturday night after a nightclub argument about Tho authenticity of an american $5 Bill. Cuban polit0 said sunday the clerk. Wayne Henderson. 22. Of Pasadena. Calif., had refused to his Check in cuban peso a called them a communist Money a Henderson who works in Tho embassy communications Section was reported in be Nous condition but out of danger after undergoing an emergency 2vhour operation at the National folic Hospital acting foreign minister Carlo Olivares called at the Hospital to inquire about his condition Havana police identified hem Der son assailant aft capt. Jots Robreno and said he is being held in la Cabana military prison. They said the shooting was accidental the incident reflected die Taifita tension atmosphere in thie Coom try Stream lined Volunteer firemen Plav three lines on the Diaz my it. Jewett Borough building sunday night. Seventy eight firemen battled the blare for More than six hours but to no Avail As the Borough offices Library and jail were destroyed. Damage was conservatively estimated at $60,000. Era photo or in

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