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Bradford Era (Newspaper) - November 25, 1970, Bradford, Pennsylvania Six students at Fretz High with a a rating six students were named to the a straight a Honor Roll at Floyd Fretz Junior High school for the first marking period of the 1970-71 school term it has been announced by Edward Goulding principal. They Are seventh graders Judy Cochran Ruth fasnacht Christine Goble and Molly Weaver and sixth graders Cynthia Bizzarro and Kenneth Jamison. Students who earned a 3.00 average or better and thus a berth on the honors listing include Grade nine Barbara Auti Eri Wendy Belser Elizabeth Bouquin Lee Brocious Bonnie Burdick Jamie Burkhouse Doreen Campman Joseph Caruso David Confer William Daugherty Debra Daulton Melinda Drummond. Also Rand Feura Neela goodmote Deborah Henton Karen Johnson Karen Kas Chube Kathy Lindemuth Carl Logan Cynthia Mcdermott Daniel Mcgarry Patricia Mcguire Linda Naughton. And Nancy Paris Daniel Patterson Denise Paynter Sharon Rexford Robert Salter Cindy Silsby Christine Stark Christy Stark Augie Tantalo Steven Wesmiller Rene Williams Sherry Zumstein. Grade eight Kathryn Anderson Peggy Andress Kimberly Arick Cindy Bottorf Nancy Brown Susan Burkett Mark Caruso Laurie Dromgold Diane Dupont Timothy Ekas Mark fasnacht Nancy Fuller Kathleen Gaertner. Also Debra Gross Laurie Grove Linda Harris Linda Huntington Judy Hutton Sandra Jones Kim Ketchner Gary Knapp Susan Knox Mark Lowery Karen Mackey Marilyn Mccoy Debra Mcgarry. And Jeffrey Oleksa Kimberly Pequeen Thomas Rowe Kathy Sawyer Rebecca Skaggs Barbara Smith Cynthia Thompson Julie Tidball Donna Turner Karen Vecellio Paula Vecellio Tim Weaver. Grade seven Lynne Abbey Nancy Abbey Douglas Bauer Ganger Bidwell Trudy Black Timothy Brittain Amy Bromeley Mark Catellier Robyn Feura. Also Kathy Galbreath Mary Girard Roy Gomes Anne Greer Jill Griffin Donna Grove Judith Johnson Carol Kerstetter Joan Mcfarlane. And Deborah Mclaughlin Denise Mcmanigle Julia Miller Barbara Mitchell Pamela Newman Timothy Pehonsky Joseph Stefanelli and Julie Wolford. Grade six Thomas Abbott Mary Joallen Barry Anderson Christine Beckhardt Michele Beers Steven Bishop Jane Black Sharon Black Kathy Bridge Betsy Brown Julie Burgess Terry Lynn Burritt. Also Theresa Carlson Veronica Caruso Linda Cawley Michele Confer Linda Cook Valerie Demus Melanie Dixon Terri godding Susan Hasley Michele Hess Mark Hollenbeck Cathy Holsinger sue Ann Holz warn Keith Hoover. Also Lori Jackson Connie Johnson Sandra Keech Julie Kilhofer Randy Knapp George b. Knight Dania Knowlton Barbara Lindstrom Chad by ter Mary Ann Mahar Kathleen Marasco Randine Matthews Michael Mccartney Molly Mcfadden Judith Mills Warren Mong James Moyer. Also John of Toole Karen Peterson Cynthia Remington Marie Pietter Jill Robertson Julie salads Julie Salvucci Deborah Schilg Susan Seagren Matthew Sherwin Rhonda Shine Keith Shotts Donald Snyder Cynthia Swanson. And Susan Tate Cathy Van Houstee Thomas Vinciquera Kent Wesmiller Kathi Whitman Lucinda Wolcott and David Zeigler. Firms industries will pause for thanksgiving working men and women of Bradford National Bank the Community employee and producers Bank and Trust co employer alike pause this first Federal savings and loan weekend to rest and give thanks association and Northwest Sav As banking concerns and in Ings association will be closed duis tries in the Bradford area thursday Only according to close to commemorate thanks their respective spokesmen giving Day. Forest products corp., Susquehanna chemical co. In Custer City and the Bovaird co. Employees will be off on thursday Only. The total Plant at Airco Speer electronics in Foster township will be closed Only thursday according to Plant manager Joseph Stefanelli but the mix Mold and bake and impregnating departments will be closed Friday and monday also. Industries whose employees will be free on both thursday and Friday this week include Dresser manufacturing Kendall refining co., Clark Brothers co., Ventron corp., and Bradford motor works. Their offices will re open on monday the companies spokesmen said. Employees at Boise Cascade corp., re. Can division will enjoy a five Day weekend with the Plant closed thursday Friday and monday. Mckean county courthouse offices in Smethport and Bradford City Hall offices also be closed thursday Only. The Bradford a Era wednesday nov. 25, 1970�?3 under control a chrysanthemums will Bloom Jan. 8 in the automated greenhouse at Smethport area High school. From left Sophomore Dan Smith Waters the plants while freshman George Szuba is shown How tall the plants should grow by their instructor Lewis Chambers. Era photo by Betty fasnacht mums planted from cuttings by pupils in own greenhouse will Bloom Jan. 8 students named to Smethport area Honor Rolls Smethport _ students named to the Roll of distinction for the first marking period at the Smethport area Junior senior High school were senior Cheryl of Brien and freshman Gary Holcomb. Students named to the Honor Roll were also listed by the school principal Fred Zam Pogna. They include seniors Betty Armstrong George Benjamin Lynn Brown Stephen Brown Joy Connelly Judith Costa Anita Quot Fay Jane Gault Ronald Housler. And Pamela Lorah Robin Maynard Ruth Ann Mencer Julia Patrick John Rinehart Edward Swanson Connie Weimer. Juniors Karen Beveridge Elaine Carr John Conkle de Dean Vickie Dragoone Cris Guenter Audrey Hyde Melinda Megivern Kathy Niver Roger Reinard Janine Rugh Richard Shetler David Strait Kirk Wright. Sophomores Debbie Bolas Carlyle Conn Stephen Eidson Margaret Fay Valerie Ford Gerald Gallup Margaret Gault Elaine Lewis Cheryl Lobaugh Loma Lucchetti Donna Mcdowell Cora Mencer w. Scott Potter Fred schlepp Karen Sellers Jean Shira Tina Walker. By Betty b. Fasnacht county editor Era freshmen Lynne Ander son Kathy Bourandas John Carr Earl Claycomb Fred Cook Jeffrey Digel Carol Erickson Timothy Faes Gerald thirty nine boys were in Iule a he told the Era a and Finlan Patricia Ford Phyllis solved in the glazing pouring so should Bloom on january 8, Ford. Cmdr Rudd a a f f ithe base a and the construction 1971.�?T�?T a automation 0j tale framework said Lewis the mums were Given Light has arrived at the Smethport Chambers director of the de during the night hours Between area High school at least in payment who supervised and october 23 and november 6, the its vocational ans department worked with students. Instructor noted and on october Dente a irked a Ghat the at present time the. A is 30, they were a a pinched to con dents worked Taro Gnout me pr0ject underway is a Long table tool their foliage growth. Syn her a Quot do september com Ful 0f chrysanthemums which 0njv a few of geraniums and a to by 20 foot Green were planted on 0ctob�,r 23 a a receive plaque a g. H. Osborne left Kendall refining co. General manager and f. R. Houben display the plaque presented to Kendall car Fleet Drivers by the National safety Council signifying certificate of achievement in Fleet passenger car division. Kendall firms Drivers awarded National honors thi want to Cumings Quot is i Jet to thl that does just about is the first of its kind Mckean county schools. In said. Schools will begin Long Holiday weekend today ifs Turkey eating and Deer intendant Frederick e. Shuey i greenhouse facility where the a they Are right on sched heat the do hts and the ventilation systems Are All thermostatically controlled. Watering and feeding must still be done manually but plans Are underway for making it automated also. Hunting time in the country and classes in All three school o0nhnmnro Dan Smith once again and so schools in systems in Bradford will re freshman George Szuba two students from each class manage these manual chores of feeding and spraying through the foliage Chambers said. They include senior Robert Arthurs juniors Charles Brown and Thomas Greene and the four county area close this afternoon to give their staffs and students time to enjoy both. Bradford area schools s t. Bernard a elementary school and Bradford Central Christian High school students will enjoy three school Days free of classes thursday Friday and monday. Students in the Bradford area ing Home for the Holiday week schools will be dismissed one end and the University Book be closed sume tuesday morning dec i. A1,a 3 6�?T a also planned Are studies in University of Pittsburgh bedding plants such As petunias at Bradford will close its office vegetables such As tomatoes and regular classes at 4 10 . Cabbage and peppers and Cut today and will remain closed Flowers such As snap dragons. Until monday morning. A each student will have two Flats of plants for which the Only exceptions said also Scot Guenter Janet Gustafson Marcia Hess Christine Hungiville Theresa Irons Katherine j. Johnson Kathy Ann Johnson Kevin Kohn Barbara Lewis Daniel Megivern Steven Rifle Nancy Sayers Harold Wright. Grade 8 Deborah Caldwell Teresa Clark Lorena Gault Anna Graziano Catherine hazier Andrew Hergenrother Jeffrey Holcomb Christine Lindgren Darlene Walker Carole Weimer. Grade 7 Mary Alfieri Laurie Bixby Jennifer Brown Steven Causer sue Daum Rebecca Finlan Kathy Harmon Lois Kreitzer Cindy Mckeirnan Keri Norton Ina Richards Michele Sweet and Virginia Wassam. Navy Seaman apprent. Joseph e. Kisko son of or. And mrs. William h. Kisko of Smethport is serving aboard the escort vessel Hammerberg. Home ported at Naples Italy. Ass Delegate talks at kiwanis clubs meeting Richard Miller an american Field service ass Delegate from Bradford area High school was the guest speaker at the tuesday noon luncheon meeting of the Bradford kiwanis club held at hotel Holley. The Bradford Young Man related his life while making his Home in Malaysia last summer for 2v2 months. He told of living with a chinese Buddhist rubber Plantation owner and spoke of their customs As compared to the United states. President Frank Cahill presided at which time guests introduced by Griffith a. Herold included first vice president Joe Costanzo and Secretary Joe Taylor of the Bradford Central Christian key club and Mike Mccoy Circle a club Bradford and James w. Raihn comptroller of Bradford Hospital. Announcement was made that the groundbreaking ceremony for the Bradford kiwanis housing corp. Was at 3 . Tuesday at the Corner of w. Corydon and Bushnell streets for the Middle income housing project. Guy Hughey was appointed to serve As the director of the kiwanis housing project to replace Edward r. Torgler who resigned the appointment. The annual meeting of the Bradford kiwanis corp. Was slated for dec. 8 at the hotel Holley and the Christmas dance was booked for dec. La at the Valley Hunt club. Benediction was pronounced by or. Hughey. Chicago 111.�?the National safety Council has announced that honors have been won by Kendall refining co., division of Witco chemical corp., of Bradford pa., in the Fleet passenger car division of the 39th National Fleet safety contest conducted by the National safety Council and sponsored by the National association of Fleet administrators. The Bradford car Fleet consisting of 37 vehicles was awarded a certificate of achievement in the Fleet passenger car division. The award is based on the company a outstanding safety performance from july 1969, Cost of damage done by Gridiron fans is $63,000 through june 1970. During this period the firms Drivers operated 420,812 Miles and had 7.13 accidents per 1,000,000 Miles of operation. All accidents were counted in the contest except those occurring when a company vehicle was properly parked. Winners were determined after certification of their records by an official appointed by the National Fleet safety contest committee. One Hundred and eighty two fleets consisting of 26,789 vehicles travelled 534,785,000 Miles during the contest year. The combined average frequency rate of accidents per 1,000,000 Miles was 8.46. William p. Bowling chairman of the National Fleet safety contest committee congratulated the winners and participants for their support of the contest and urged them to take greater strides toward safer Fleet operations in the coming year. Columbus Ohio apr City officials tuesday estimated the Cost of damage done by football fans after Ohio state University a Victory Over Michigan saturday at $63,000. About $53,000 was sustained by High St. Businesses. Ohio state officials reported University landscaping and exterior damage at about $10,000. Losses due to theft have not been totalled police said. Some shops were looted saturday night and one businessman reported loss of clothing at $8,000. The Celebration which began Friday continued into the Early hours saturday and resumed after the football game at a a Block party a on High St. Nine persons were mugged or pick pocketed and there was one rape report. About 65 arrests were made. Four policemen filed aggravated assault or assault and Battery reports. Thanksgiving service set at Kane Church Kane eco Kane Community thanksgiving services will be held at 7 30 . Today in the Tabor lutheran Church. Sponsored by the Kane ministerial association the service will feature the annual thanksgiving address to be presented this year by the Rev. Joseph Jerge pastor of St. Callistus Church and special music by the Kane menus chorus. Plans for the new Kane youth Center will also be outlined it was noted and the evening offering will be donated to the project it has been decided. Air forces sgt. Barry w. Kinney son of or. And mrs. Gerald e. Kinney of Clermont is serving at Danang a Vietnam. President Donald e. Swarts Jwill be Emery Hall which re b in the Mains open for students not go j pm lit census bureaus counting plan to be appealed Pittsburgh apr a Pittsburgh congressman said tuesday he will Appeal a Federal court decision that upholds the census bureaus method of counting students servicemen and inmates in the place they Are located on census taking Day rep. James g. Fulton contends these people should be counted at their permanent residences and he says Pennsylvania May lose several million dollars in Federal add if it is not credited with the population of All permanent residents. Senior . District judge Wallace s. Gourley dismissed a suit by Fulton other Pennsylvania congressmen and Bethel Park Borough challenging the census methods. The judge ruled nov. In that the Law does not specify How the census Bureau should make its counts. A notice of intent to Appeal was filed in . District court Here monday. Store which will thursday Only. Schools elsewhere hour Early today said super menus chorus at Kane takes part in Toronto a sing Kane eco the Kane mens chorus spent last weekend North of the Border participating in the a big sing in Toronto saturday evening. A total of la male choruses from the . And Canada entertained at Massey Hall Home of the Toronto symphony orchestra the Kane group Sang a Selec-1 i one Horn Early today lion from fro Tianna a stopping la. A As and Coudersport by Woods on a snowy even s a e a 2 ing a by handball Thompson. 01 today. The lyrics were written by the late poet Robert Frost. Loren Wright directed the rendition with Gary Ohlson of it. Jewett As accompanist. Care involved to cutting or Canning a Chambers said. However the greenhouse is not really a greenhouse for under the Federal vocational in act no buildings Are permitted Mckean county will also close the act is a for buying equip today for the Long weekend and ment to offer something never the first Day of diver Hunting season on monday. Included Are Otto Eldred Kane area Smethport area and port Allegany schools. Elk county a schools in Johnsonburg Ridgway and St. Marys will close today and resume classes on tuesday morning dec. I As will both the Cameron county schools in Emporium and the Coudersport area schools in Potter county. Emporium students will be offered before a according to Chambers and so the greenhouse at Smethport High is a a portable Plant propagation Fri arrests Man Iii Erie shooting Case a 24 a we Revtt in a i i ii t Pittsburgh a _ or. Wright had the Honor of Man wanted in Erie in Fondue t i n g the massed with an Armer my choruses. Charles Caldwell of Kane president of the Assoc i a t e d male choruses of America addressed the audience. Participating choruses were the port Huron Mich Schubert club the George Stone William Bredengerd husband of the former Bonnie Freund of Warren has been promoted to sergeant in the air Force at Goodfellow fab Texas. Connection with an armed Rob Bery and the shooting of two to Beemen nov. 7 was arrested Here tuesday the Fri said. Arrested on a warrant charging him with unlawful flight to avoid prosecution was Victor g. Nielsen a former employee of singers of Cleveland Ohio the electric corp. In Erie. Western Reserve male chorus i Nielson is wanted in Erie on of Painesville Ohio the Glea-1 charges of assault with intent to son male chorus of Rochester kill armed robbery and a . The choristers of the Dan-1 on of the firearms Law. The ish club of Erie the . Policemen were wounded male chorus of Endicott . When they answered a Call for the International Harvester an armed robbery at a grocery male chorus of Hamilton ont. J store. The London ont male chorus tile Fri said they found Neil contract is let by state police for two choppers Harrisburg apr state police tuesday awarded a $313,-152 contract to Atlantic aviation corp., Philadelphia for two Bell Jet 206a he copters and said the departments helicopter Fleet would be increased to six in february. The Jet Ranger Model aircraft is a Turbin powered five place chopper that can be converted into an airborne ambulance said commissioner Frank Mcketta. It can travel up to 150 mph and carry a 1,575 Pound payload. The new Jet rangers will be assigned to the Franklin and Hazleton areas while the smaller 47g choppers presently in those areas will be reassigned to Reading and Montoursville Mcketta said. Two other rangers Are attached to state police units in Washington and Harrisburg. Mcketta said nine additional troopers would begin flight instruction dec. 21 to help Man the Toronto teachers male1 sen in a darkened apartment on chorus and the Host chorus the Pittsburgh a Northside and he the expanded air division. There Queens men of Toronto. 1 surrendered without resistance. 1 Are now 18. Beets for every Hemline Side zippered War lined. Brown Vinyl 12&Quot crinkle stretch boots. Full Side Zipper. Black or White 13&Quot water resistant zippered and War lined. Black or Brown Vinyl 999 count on the Boot to Complete the a look double belted and zippered sleek ankle hugging contour. War lined. Brown leather 21&Quot Royce shoes / thi family shoe stores 44 Bradford mall Bradford Ltd Fop a Nap set

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