Bradford Era in Bradford, Pennsylvania
6 Oct 1970

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6 Oct 1970

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Bradford Era (Newspaper) - October 6, 1970, Bradford, Pennsylvania A round the Square warm sunny Breezy and warm today highs in 70s. Partly Cloudy and warmer tonight with Chance of showers tonight lows in mid 40s. Windy and warm with showers Likely wednesday. Vol. 94, no. 5 the in teen time teen Musk and school Newt from school Street or. High tonight on teen time beginning at 7 . Dial 1490. Web radio. Your dependable news medium second clans postage paid at Bradford a. 16701 Bradford pa., tuesday morning october 6, 1970 published daily except sunday at 43 main St. By Carrier me week by mail $24.00 Yaar 10c a copy Model cities recent news stories indicate that the Nixon administration is in the process of revising the Model cities program to include provisions for experimental citywide rehabilitation instead of projects restricted to neighbourhoods within a City. This ought to be a plus for Bradford a Hopes Smice our plan As originally designed was for the entire City and one of just a few of this kind in the entire nation. $6 Oil last week its wrote that the Price of Bradford crude had never reached a $6 per barrel figure. Not so says vie Samuelson who has kept a Complete record of. Historic prices in the Bradford Field. Actually a $6.10 Price was posted March 2, 1920 and stayed at this top figure until january 8th of the following year. We would have been Correct if it had stated that at no time did the average yearly Price of Oil reach $6.00. Bald eagles Bird watchers from nearby Wellsville . Report sighting what is believed to be a Bald Eagle. A very Large Bird was noted soaring about 1000 feet in the air later it landed in a pasture and the Best description reported that it had a White head and White Tail. Although Bald eagles usually stay around water since they Are primarily fish taters they have been known to travel although they Are not really a migratory Bird. There Are a few Eagle nests on Lake Erie and who knows a perhaps the big fellow flew Down Here to View our Beautiful autumn foliage quote of the week a Bright Eye indicates curiosity a Black Eye too a food the next time you Are served a meal on Board a plane it May interest you to know that the average Cost to the airline is $2.20 per service. This seems to be a reasonable Price judging by some of the quite Good meals we have enjoyed while aloft. In 1970, the worlds airlines served a total of 225 million meals at a Cost of almost half a billion dollars. Silver Beaver its joins the Community in saluting James h. Shea and Alley p. Franco for receiving the coveted Silver Beaver award saturday evening from Elk lick Council boy scouts of America. Jim Shea was elected to his third term As Council president and Alley Franco has served As scoutmaster of troop 96 in Lewis run for 33 years. The two men received their awards saturday evening from Earl Black scout executive during the councils annual dinner meeting in tile Holiday inn Here. Congratulations to both men for their great contributions to scouting three gis seized when about to go Over to Denmark put Garden Germany a Ltd three american soldiers who had escaped military police were apprehended Here monday by German Border police just As they were about to Cross Over to Denmark. They had escaped in Crail sheim with the help of 15 to 20 fellow Blacks and were seized on an express train that originated in Hamburg and was about to Cross by ferry to Denmark. A . Army spokesman in Heidelberg said the three escaped thursday from Mckee Barracks in Crail sheim As they were about to be transported to the . Military confinement Center in Mannheim. A spokesman for the . Army sati corps in Stuttgart identified the three As spec. 5 Dwight Drewery 22, Newport Alexander 18, St. Louis to. And spec. 4 Michael Dixon 22, Conway . All Are assigned to the Vii corps support command. The spokesman said their escape came after they were told they would be placed in confinement to await trial on charges of failing to obey a lawful order and participating in an unauthorized demonstration. There was no immediate elaboration in the charges. Good insurance since 1909 tile Smith agency�?362-5502 overdose of drugs caused singers death i Holl Wood apr the coroners office said monday an autopsy showed Rock superstar jams Joplin died from an overdose of drugs. An autopsy on the body of the 27-year-old miss Joplin whose writhing wailing and sometimes profane performances electrified the music world disclosed numerous Needle Marks on both arms with several fresh ones on the left Arm the Coroner said. He said further tests would be needed to identify the Type of drugs involved. Miss Joplin was found dead in her apartment sunday night Clad in a Nightgown. The Coroner said there was no evidence of violence or foul play. The Coroner also said a psychological autopsy in which a team of behavioural scientists examines the subjects personal life to determine whether a drug overdose was accidental or intentional will be conducted. Miss Joplin followed in death another member of the Rock pantheon Jimi Hendrix 27, who was found in a London apartment last month having suffocated on vomit while unconscious. A people seem to have a High sense of drama about me a Jan is Joplin once told an interviewer. A maybe they can enjoy my music More if they think in a destroying her galvanic style brought her the title a the Judy Garland of she bore a resemblance to the previous Star in her full voiced style her Complete openness with an audience and talk of self destruction. Miss Garland died in a London apartment in 1969, apparently from a drug overdose. Born in port Arthur tex., in 1943, jams Japlin was a rebel at an Early age. She left Home at 17, drifted across the country taking Odd jobs and occasional College courses. She came to Admire beatniks because they a believe things Arentt going to get better and say the hell with it stay stoned and have a Good Fame overtook her at the 1967 Monterey pop festival. She had been singing in Small clubs in san Francisco and los Angeles. At Monterey she astounded the huge audience with her vibrant style and depth of feeling on a love is like a Ball and her Success was made. Once she Analysed her style a Black people have the blues because they can to have this and they can to have that. Me i was brought up in a Middle class family i could have had anything. But you need something More in your gut after Monterey came the trappings of super stardom the shrieking crowds constant travel occasional brushes with the Law Over obscene language onstage. Jams Joplin was Rich but she still lived like a hippie in a cluttered san Francisco apartment. Nixon returns after pledging . To peace Washington a but buoyant president arrived Home monday night aft j diplomatic corps or ending a nine Day european tour with a Farewell pledge in Ireland that the United states will pursue peace for All the Globe. The presidential Jet touched Down at nearby Andrews air Force base md., at 8 24 ., and Nixon and his wife smiling tired administration and congression-1 hours earlier at Dublin Nixon Nixon a1 leaders and members of the paid tribute to his Irish forbears the result of his tour and visit to the 6th Fleet in the Mediterranean Nixon told the crowd is that a your relations in that critical and Touchy area have been vastly As he had during his trip the president declared that the tour and waving As they walk was aimed at a strengthening Shook hands with a crowd at the the Structure of peace in the Airport before boarding a Heli j Mediterranean and in the world copter for a Short trip to the it Ltd think we made Progress in White House. Nixon was greeted by vice strengthening that Structure a he said reciting again the goal president Spiro t. Agnew Topi of a a generation of peace. British attache is Kidnap victim pretty As a Queen As that s just what she is. Miss Alison Miller allows the Tiara of her title miss Bradford area United fund 1971, to be rested upon her head by out going Queen miss Maureen Murphy. The simple ceremony took place monday night at the Holiday inn following a Kickoff dinner aimed at raising $188,000 for health and welfare family and child care recreational and National Agency services in the Bradford area. Era photo by Stewart of drive is kicked off Here Queen crowned Edward c. Doll a Man seemingly with a purpose kicked off the 1971 Bradford area United fund monday night a not with a lesson in the three is but rather with a message in the four is. Or. Doll president of the Board of directors Hamot Hospital Erie spoke of education example Effort and enthusiasm As he addressed approximately too persons attend ing the ufos Kickoff dinner at the Holiday inn. Spurned by a goal of $188,000, or. Doll urged Campaign chairmen and Field workers to consider primarily his a four est in Selling the United fund drive to the Public. Quot initially Quot he said a you must be educated to what of attempts to do. You must be ready to combat All of the reasons people give for not subscribing to a specific organization with better reasons supporting specific services within the Community. Cambodians beat off heavy attacks a a secondly a he said a we must serve As an example. Wherever it is possible we must contribute our a fair share. We must convince All others that a a fair share is not the most we can give but rather the least that we can continuing his talk spiced occasionally with a bit of humor or. Doll reminded of solicitors of the need of Effort for i we must be a behind the 1971 United fund drive too per cent a he said a for we Are not behind it at Saigon cambodian government troops beat off monday the heaviest enemy attack so far on phenom Penhos lifeline Highway to the sea. But the vital route Highway 4 to the nations Only Deepwater port at Komg Pong some along with at least four other major highways remained closed. And 47 Miles North of phenom penh government troops were forced to Retreat from a Village under enemy attack. In South Vietnam a fresh surge of enemy bombardments and ground assaults on Allied bases brought enemy action to wounded and none killed. One of its periodic a a highpoint phases. In two Days some two score inmate escapes from detail at Rockview Bellefonte a. A an inmate of the Rockview correctional Institute in Centre county has escaped from a Dairy Bam detail state police report. He was identified As John Gotwalt 22, of York. Police said he escaped late sunday and was wearing Brown prison garb. Gotwalt was serving a term for larceny forgery and fraudulent conversion. A Tegg a t. This Era a Jelicks appointed As directors of 1970 kiwanis kapers. Page 3 charges filed against three doctors who performed abortions in Pittsburgh hospitals. Page 3 episcopal leaders gathering for triennial Parley face Challenge by South Texas group. Page 7 Stock Market prices hit their highest level in nearly six months while volume increases. Page 11 Cincinnati Baltimore win three games in Row to gain right to meet in world series saturday. Page 13r shellings against Allied military installations and several cities were reported chiefly in coastal regions of the Central and Northern parts of the country. North vietnamese and Viet Cong troops inflicted moderate to heavy casualties on two South vietnamese militia units and slammed rockets into a special forces Camp 23 Miles Southwest of Danang and two . Marine units also near Danang. Casualties in the barrage attacks were described As Light with officials reporting la stressing enthusiasm he said a we need Only for the briefest of moments see the work being done by the health and welfare services the family and care services the recreation group work services and the participating National agencies to know that whatever we give is being used for the most humane what More enthusiasm do we need beyond that a he a French separatists kidnapped a British commercial attache monday in Montreal and escaped with him in a taxicab. They demanded release of a political prisoners a $500,000 in Gold and Safe passage to Cuba in return for his Freedom the provincial Justice ministry said. Jasper Richard Cross 49, was the 12th Diplomat kidnapped by terrorists in the Western hemisphere since sept. 4, 1969. Police said armed members of the Quebec liberation front a Fly a a separatist group that has been linked with terrorism in the past forced their Way into Cross Home handcuffed the attache and took him away. Roland Jodoin chief detective inspector quoted a witness As saying he heard one of the abductors say a a we re the Justice minister Jerome Cho Quette announced the demands were made in four Ransom notes received by police. In Ottawa a foreign Secretary Mitchell Sharp said in the House of commons that extra Protection would be provided for foreign diplomats in Canada. Opposition Leader Robert Stanfield said canadians were shocked by the abduction. He said such incidents had occurred in other countries but Canada considered itself somewhat different. Police said four men were involved in the abduction the two who forced their Way into the Cross residence the one who stood guard in the driveway and the Driver. But a Gardener at the Cross residence expressed belief he saw five men in the cab As it drove up to the House. Crosses wife Barbara later got a Telephone Call from a Man to the South. The men were reported armed with three machine guns and a revolver. Cross who has held his Post since 1968, is the senior British Trade commissioner in Mont real. He is married and has a 22-year-old daughter. And said the United states shares a the great Ideal we All desire a peaceful with thousands cheering him in the Irish capital the president did not appear bothered by a few Brief incidents in which dissenters hurled eggs and unidentified objects at his car. None hit Nixon or his wife sitting next to him but the motorcade picked up Speed. Two eggs splattered against the Windshield of the limousine As the motorcade entered Dublin after a swing through the Irish Countryside. Another was squashed against the window next to which mrs. Nixon was sitting. Irish police arrested a woman and two men. The president had been standing up in the open car waving vigorously to the crowds but quickly sat Down when he saw the egg throwers. Later As the presidential motorcade headed for the Airport dissenters emerged again from an applauding and cheering crowd and hurled objects at the car. One was an egg thrown apparently from an upper Story of a business building. It missed its target and splattered on the Street. Moments later unidentified objects hit the left front door of the limousine just under the presidential Seal. While Nixon did not seem disturbed the incidents apparently discouraged him from his usual practice of stopping the motorcade to shake hands with people in the crowd. Some Irish groups protested Nixon a visit to Ireland because he took the occasion to hold a strategy meeting with his Paris envoys to the Vietnam peace talks. Nixon came to Ireland on saturday after having visited Italy the . 6th Fleet in the Mediterranean Yugoslavia Spain and England. He spent two hours sunday at Limerick meeting with his Vietn envoys. On monday morning he and mrs. Nixon travelled by car and Council to act on historic District plan City Council is expected to adopt after second Reading next week an ordinance designating a historic District in the City of Bradford. The action was made possible at the recent session of the Pennsylvania historical and museum commission meeting in Harrisburg. City manager Robert w. Gehrig said that the Resolution adopted by the state commis helicopter in intermittent show Sion As announced by s. K. J Stevens executive director gave certification to the histor j ical significance of the area defined in the ordinance passed on first Reading by City Council Here on june 23. The City a final action could not be taken until adoption of the Resolution by the state. In addition to designing a historic District in the City of Bradford the state Agency a Resolution commended the Council for its foresight in establishing regulations for the Protection of the historic area Here. Continued on Page 16 Light Frost hits several areas Wanner today Light Frost believed to be the first of the season was reported in a number of areas in Cattaraugus county n. Y., and the Mckean county Section Early monday. The unofficial Low temperature in Bradford was 29 degrees and the Days High in the mid-50s. It was a pleasant fall Day until Early afternoon when the Sun w dimmed out under overcast in a Brief ceremony following who said the Quebec liberation1 to be known As a historic Brad skies there were Brief periods a a Ford a and it stated in part 0f Light showers but generally there was no great amount of precipitation. For today it should be sunny m Bridge comics. 7 to crossword editorial hospitals radio log .16 .10 stocks women la 4 5 in the heaviest of the two Day surge of attacks Viet Cong ground troops assaulted a South vietnamese militia position in coastal Phu yen province and killed 20 militia men and wounded 25 More. Another enemy assault on a government outpost in Quang tin province in the Northern end of the country left eight vietnamese militiamen dead and five wounded. The fresh fighting in Cambodia came As the country a National Assembly and Senate voted unanimously to end the ancient monarchy and install a Westem style Republic in its place. The change apparently will have Little immediate effect on life in Cambodia now ruled by a military regime headed by Gen. Loo nol As Premier. Or. Dolls talk judges crowned miss Alison Miller Queen of the 1971 United fund drive. Her court which include miss Martha Mackowski and miss Connie Marcott. Front was responsible for the abduction. An officer reported the Man made no Ransom demand but said one would be made in a communique sent to Montreal news Media. Police set up roadblocks for the councils Resolution provides for creation of a District Quot the appointment of a nine member Board of historical architectural review to give counsel to City Council regard Breezy and warm with a High ing the issuance of certificates in the 70�?Ts, and then partly of appropriations in connection Cloudy with a Chance of checks at major arteries with the granting or refusal of de thundershowers tonight. Wed master of ceremonies for the Jeang from the City including permits for erection demolition mesday is to be Cloudy Windy affair was Steve Hodges chair a number of Bridges leading or alterations of buildings with and warm with thundershowers Man of the current drive. I across the St. Lawrence River in the historic student to buy wig keep Long hair Pittsburgh apr a fed Gourley ended when Simon j Gourley said a if the Case goes like this to upset a College Era judge monday devised a agreed to comply with the nil. Through our appellate system he said i i ,4l Mali or Van i Orvi ,l"1 Civ t tvs Alif he i m 11 a he a / a a a a a str n u ing by either cutting his hair or i could lose six to nine months out Way for a Robert Morns College r a8shorter wig a of his Junior to keep his shoulder while on Campus. He indicated length tresses and still comply he would buy a wig. The College i meanwhile with a school ban on Long hair Randy Simon a going to buy a Short wig. Simon 20, of West Leechburg Westmoreland county filed suit challenging the colleges discs code. He had been denied permission to Register because his hair was about three inches below his shirt Collar. The hearing before . District court judge Wallace s. Agreed to Register Simon immediately. Gourley gave the youth 48 hours to comply but said he would retain jurisdiction in the Case. Soon after the hearing opened Pourtey pressed for a Compromise. A a in a interested in having this Young Man get his education a when life. There a no telling a final decision will Gourley said he did no to see Simon was presented with a Glass bottle containing about $90 in donations from other students. He said he would use the Money either to buy a wig or by Aam a Amu t j fees wily a Compromise agreement t _ j could t be reached. Simon was elected student government president last year a i can to see Why there is such hut the election was voided by persistence in this Case a the school authorities because he judge said. A an education is the Hadnot been in the student gov most important thing in the world. A Man without education is like a Man without a country. He goes nowhere in life. A we allow a thing eminent for the necessary two semesters As required in t h e schools Constitution. He said he will run again this fall

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