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Bradford Era (Newspaper) - October 31, 1970, Bradford, Pennsylvania 2�?the Bradford a Era saturday october 31, 1970 Many a quest for Justice aired at humanities meet by or. Dimuro Bourandas special to the Era Smethport a Over my funerals Nicola Calcagno funeral services for Nicola Calcagno of Custe City who died in St. Francis Hospital in Olean tuesday were held Fri mom on the mount Volt Aire Day with a prayer service at the and Thoreau were All aired. I j a a still funeral Home Fol four philosophical concepts owed by a requiem High mass were examined Justice is pro in our Mother of perpetual help 200 a action of property rights Church in run. Father former teacher a a. Part in in series jailed for Selling will appear monday dangerous drugs youths and adults from through Justice is retribution Justice is Reda Emporium was the Cele out Mckean county gathered might makes right and there a not Rev j w Ute 0f Friday evening to review Man s is Justice Only when the divid Lewis run was in charge of quest for Justice through the Ual follows his conscience bind committal services by St. Ber Ages. Law is dispensed with. Nard cemetery. In the crowded main court Many a quest was dramatized room of the county facility j in the 20th Century As a recent scenes from centuries past a courtroom scene in new Jersey was re enacted. Spirited discussion followed the dramatizations and each person in the cast which included Ben Baroi Wyetta Turner Cliff Goodwin and or. Mereld keys had the support of the audience. The result was a i a open ended. Problems of Justice probed in City i were unanswered As the discus a j Sion pointed to the nature of Hammurabi a a Laws those received through Moses the ser three no injury Auto accidents bearers were Frank Mark Michael Calcagno Jeffrey and Gary Abrams and Richard Moore. Asa p. Mendell three non injury accidents and its tonal ice were investigated Friday by i j h a a a patrolman Leo Ackley. They Justice. Trial and error were. Was the climaxing presentation 3 20 ., West Washington it the National humanities ser and Mechanic sts., car driven is team s stay in Mckean by Michael Gardner 53, of 269 county. Minard Bun. And a tractor trailer operated by . Mcgranaghan 47, of Olean ., damage of about $300 to the Auto. 6 West Corydon and Bushnell sts., cars operated by # Jerome a broader lw0 in Viet Csc $100�damage.beihiett it. Benning a. A 7 it ., Auto owned by is amp a army dismisses charges against funeral services for Asa p. Mended 84, of 98 Euclid ave., who died wednesday in the Han num memorial rest Home at Degolia were held at 1 30 Friday at the Cahill funeral Home. The Rev. L. B. Owens of the Asbury methodist Church officiated. Burial was in Mckean memorial Park at Lafayette. George Raymondo Kane eco funeral services for George Raymondo 80, of 330 Jane Way St., who died tuesday at the Kane Community Hospital were held Friday morning at St. Callistus Church with the Rev. Joseph w. Jerge pastor officiating. Burial was in St. Callistus cemetery. Bearers were Leo Cary Joseph condello Eugene Carda Mone Joseph Tigani George Farr and Paul Raymondo. Olean John l. Ives 27, of Allegany Road has been remanded to Cattaraugus county jail pending arraignment monday on a charge of Selling dangerous drugs. Ives who was discharged from the teaching staff at Hinsdale Central school last May was indicted for the alleged Sale of Ltd in the town of Humphrey last july. Bail has been set at $5,000 Cash or $10,000 property Bond for the sex teacher who recently took Over the operation of the former Siavin a restaurant Here. After his release from the school staff he was charged with picketing on school property and paid a Fine for loitering. Part in in tha series entitled Quot men in their menopause Quot by prize a winning newspaper woman Jean sprain Wilson will appear in tha Era monday. Myrtle Booth of 139 Jackson Fth i a a a a ave., parked in front of 23 w.j��1 two officers accused of Uva Luu i Ohi i Washington St., was struck by Klung one vietnamese civilian .1 a vehicle driven by june funding another at a me Preece 28, of 748 interstate Delta Village on june 15 pkwy., while she was attempting to Park total damage of $50. Breaking at doctor s office investigated 1969. Cleared of the charges were capt. Vincent n. Hartmann 34, of Scranton pa., and it. Robert g. Lee jr., 22, of Springfield to. The two officers both of whom had served with the 9th infantry division in Vietnam local police Friday morning investigated a office of or. Edwin j. Medden a decaf a in Ber of persons unspecified number of persons it. Jewett event it. Jewett dec More than too children participated in the annual halloween Parade thursday evening. Sponsored by the rotary club the event was under the direction of general chairman Henry Howard. A record making Rinaa it morning were accused Jast May of amount of awards were pre Bre Afcin at the 4kthe attempted murder of an seated by Edgar Johnson. Kane area High school band Hooker Fulton building. Author Felt a r Iti a Caid entry m gained by or Denny members of their 5? command to fire into buildings through a third floor widow Kij w Hilimon Kashit Alfinn a a from the roof of an adjoining Structure. Nothing was taken or disturbed according to the report. Mobiles the artist Alexander Cahier is credited with the invention of mobiles As an Art form in 1930. Used for human habitation. The dismissal of charges was ordered by maj. Gen. Orwin c. Talbott commander of this sprawling South Georgia military installation. An army spokesman added that an article 32 investigation similar to a civilian grand jury action had failed to turn up sufficient evidence to try the two officers. Weather Wise Allegheny Reservoir elevations Laval reported by . Army corps of Engi Noor at Tho Kinzua dam Pool level. 1324 Asl summer Pool. 1328 Asl maximum Pool. 1365 Asl Advance forecast Here Are the extended forecasts for sunday nov. I. Through tuesday nov. 3. Western Pennsylvania variable cloudiness with a Chance of showers sunday. Highs in the Low to mid 50s. Lows in the Low 40s. Slightly cooler monday and tuesday. Highs monday and tuesday near 50 with lows in the 30s. Western new York variable i cloudiness with a Chance of showers sunday through tuesday. Slightly cooler monday and tuesday. Highs sunday Low to mid 50s with lows in mid 40s. Highs monday and tuesday near 50 with lows in the 30s. Eastern Pennsylvania mostly Cloudy and turning cooler throughout the period with the Chance of rain sunday and monday. Highs falling from the 50s and Low 60s on sunday to the upper 40s and 50s by tuesday. Lows falling from the upper 30s and Low 40s sunday to upper 20s through mid 30s by tuesday. Open House sunday at five modular units open House will be observed from i to 4 Sunday at five of the Low Rise modular units erected in the Hobson place area according to plans of Bradford housing authority. The Public May inspect the one to five bedroom units and staff members will he on hand to give additional information on the structures located in the Denning housing project. Headquarters for Woolrich Friedman s clothing a shoes 105107 main St. 361-6520 Bradford readings Friday oct. 30, 1970 i . 40 i pm. 44 2 . 40 2 44 3 am. 40 3 pm. 44 4 . 40 4 44 5 . 41 5 44 6 . 42 6 44 7 . 42 7 44 8 . 42 8 44 9 . 40 9 44 to . 42 to pm. 44 la . 42 la 44 noon a 46 Midnight 46 temperatures a year ago High. 60 Low 22 led the Parade at which the judges were mrs. Twila Cupp mrs. Pat Jack and mrs. Hazel Matthews. On Friday evening 20 members of the Volunteer fire dept aided the trick or treat festival by standing patrol at the inter sections throughout the Borough. Director Clarence Clawson said that cars entering the Community were stopped and requested to proceed with caution because of the trick or Treater making rounds. Olean mayor to head route 16 association Olean Mayor William o. Smith of this City has agreed to serve As director of the route 16 association has pledged his support of the organization and agreed to help its members work toward their goal of winning priority for the route 16 corridor in planning a major interstate North South Highway. The mayor said he was not opposed to the route 219 proposal but that he Fel the City needed the Best possible transportation in and out of t City. Directors will seek support of 41 students at Otto Eldred i on Honor Rolls forty one students at Otto Eldred Junior senior High school earned Honor Roll status for the first semester grading period according to school superintendent or. Stanley Walker. Honor students and their respective grades Are seventh Joan Dubois Elizabeth Welch Marianne Wilcox Patti Dittman Loretta Lohiser Patricia Welch Kathy Gulnac Barry Houben and Roger Smith. Eighth a Mary Bidwell Janice Causer Thomas Crowley Lisa Curtin Randy Parkes Kristie Snow Donald Robbins Michael Strom Becky Dittman Renee Farrell Diane Mcgee and Michael Wilcox. Freshman Sheree John son Kenneth Sanderson Darlene Burrows Janice Goodyear Juanita Maxwell Jody Parker and Jim Russell. Sophomore a Lunette Jordan Loretta Kellogg George Anthrop Brenda Mcgee Patty Milliron and Lenn Oszustowicz. Juniors a Rita Eberl Lynne Aiken Teresa Hanks Bill Kaluza and Robert Wood. Seniors a Edith Macmartin and Diane Waltzer. Aib chapter to sponsor seminar at Bona monday St. Bonaventure The Olean chapter of the american Institute of banking will sponsor a seminar scheduled to begin at 7 Monday at the University a student Center. A commercial credit analysis will feature four sessions relative to the analysis of financial statements and the course will be based on a publication of the american Bankers association. Erland Kailbourne senior vice president of the first Trust Union Bank in Wellsville will be the instructor for the seminar which represents a new phase in the educational program for area Bankers being developed by the a Tbs a forum and seminar committee. Registrations for the course May be made through Jean Haskins in Cuba. N.y., or chanter president Helen a. Cole at the producers Bank and Trust co. In Smethport. A. Instructor Kailbourne attended St. Bonaventure and Ohio state University and is a graduate of the army school of finance. He served with the controller of the currency As a National Bank examiner in the new York area for six years before coming to first Union Trust in 1967. 150 children in halloween event at Duke Center Duke Center dec one Hundred and fifty children participated in the Otto town ship Lions club sponsored halloween Parade Friday night. The program started from the fire Hall with special prizes being awarded in three categories. In the most original category Chris lord was judged the Winner being attired As a dinner table. Second place went to Tina Hilliard As a Christmas tree and third Joe Kaluza As snoopy and red Barron. In the prettiest costumed category Cindy Kaluza was judged the Winner with Kim Fox second and Anita Schwab third. In the funniest costume the Winner was Kathy Curtin with Marty Snow runner up. Tied for third place were Allan Ezzolo and Brian Palmer. Candy treats were Given All the youngsters. Judges were the Rev. Glenn Hamilton de Harrington and John Harvey. Concern voiced Over i drug deaths in Vietnam Man killed and four Hurt in 3-ear crash Pittsburgh apr William Watts 40, of the Glenwood Section was killed and four other persons injured Friday in a three car crash near the Parkway overpass police said. Two of the injured were reported in critical condition at mercy Hospital. The other two were treated and released. Details of tile crash were not immediately available. Saigon a the . Army expressed grave concern Friday about an increasing number of american servicemen killed or hospitalized by narcotics abuse in Vietnam. In 1970 alone the army announced there have been 25 confirmed deaths from drugs another 64 suspected As caused by drugs and More than 700 drug related Hospital cases. An official memorandum said the problem involved not Only marijuana which always has been abundant in South Vietnam but narcotic drugs such As heroin which Are addictive. By Labelling drug abuse a a matter of grave concern a the army shifted from a stand of two months ago when High officials claimed the increase in narcotics usage was insignificant. The statement reported More drug related Hospital cases and More drug caused fatalities so far during 1970 than in All 12 months last year. Of 89 deaths reported through oct. 18, the army said autopsies confirmed that 25 were caused by drugs and doctors suspected drugs to have resulted in the other 64 although autopsies did not confirm such findings. Far memorandum listed 746 admissions of drug related cases to hospitals from Jan. I through sept. 30�?219 More than were reported during All of 1969. Of those this year 241 were admitted in August and septem Ber the army reported adding that la of the confirmed deaths and 64 other suspected drug fatalities occurred Between aug. I and oct. 18. The findings roughly corresponded with those of sen. Thomas j. Dodd d-conn., who claimed in Washington on thursday that an air Force Hospital in Vietnam had reported 83 deaths from drugs Between aug. I and oct 18. Dodd was sharply critical Friday of the military for punishing drug users instead of trying to Stop the traffic in narcotics among the troops. A in the last few months South Vietnam has been flooded with the most powerful heroin Ever to come to the attention of the committee a Dodd said. Although Dodd accused military authorities of failing to Clamp Down the army said new programs Are being initiated in an Effort to alleviate the problem. Those programs a spokesman said include a More intensive medical and psychiatric treatment for drug users. A stepped up Law enforcement with increased emphasis on identifying manufacturers distributors and pushers in cooperation with vietnamese agencies. A greater efforts to educate officers and noncommissioned officers on narcotics so that they can a More effectively combat drug abuse in their political advertisement political advertisement political advertisement with More in december than 12.000 weather elsewhere Albany Cloudy Albuquerque Clear Atlanta Cloudy Bismarck Cloudy Boise Clear Boston Clear Buffalo rain Charlotte Cloudy Cincinnati Clear Cleveland Cloudy Denver Clear Des Moines Cloudy High Low or. 61 24 65 28 70 57 .08 40 33 52 27 53 36 53 46 1.46 65 61 3.00 66 38 56 53 .19 63 38 48 39 .05 Feaster some 4.5 million persons attended a special 12-yearly hindu feast of Kumph Mela in the Ganges in 1954. In the press 350 were trampled to death or drowned while 200 More were declared Man is held in jail on weapon charge Olean Robert fish 32, of Ceres re i was arraigned in City court Friday on a felony charge of possessing a dangerous weapon and was ordered held in Little Valley jail in lieu of $1,000 Bai pending a hearing monday. Stanley Stevens of Catonsville md., sentenced to five Days for hitchhiking was checked out by authorities and found to be an Escapee from Spring Grove state Hospital in Maryland. He will be held for authorities of that state. Attention Lewla run Borough residents the regular Lewis run Borough Council meeting scheduled for nov. 2, 1970 has been postponed until tuesday nov. To 1970. A. T Vinca jr., Sec card party nov. 2nd 7 30 Owca. 24 w. Corydon St. Do nation club. $1.00 Benefit of Bow a aaa Kaaa aaa a aaa it it attention i Mckean co. I motor club members $ watch for your mailman today. He brings you important club news Jack c. Van Nett Sec. Mgr. A aaa aaa Kaaa a aaa Foster supervisors meet monday night Foster township Board of supervisors will meet at 7 30 Monday at the municipal building on n. Third Street. Wmk Rookwood Vandalia Rte. 17 serving the Best in meals with Home made bread saturdays and sundays. Cabbage Ion is la. Head. I 7 South bad. Fruit mkt. A. Teen dance tonight 8 30 to 11 45 at c. Music by . At John Sheneman final reductions on All merchandise buy now and save All sales Cash All sales final John Sheneman pc. 30 main Bradford Milton Shapp wont stoop to their level but he will speak the truth when tie truth has been violated. Or. Broderick is desperate. He will say anything to prop up his sagging Campaign. He has no record. He has no program. The Only thing he has left is the smear. The smear totally distorts Milton shoppes role at the democratic convention in Chicago in 1968. Here Ore Milton Shapps direct words on what did and what did not happen in Chicago a i was a Delegate to the 1968 democratic convention in Chicago. A i voted for every measure to open up the democratic party to the people. I am proud of that record. A i did not March with the violent elements in the streets. A i did contribute $20 to a fund for bail for Young sons and daughters of Pennsylvania families caught up in the crisis of the moment on the condition that they go Home. A bail is a constitutional right of All americans. A would or. Broderick deny bail to his own children caught up in such circumstances a i detest violence. A was governor of this a Tate i will not tolerate violence for one moment on the streets of our cities on campuses or anywhere else. A i also detest character assassination. I think the people of Pennsylvania also detest it. A and i think they will reject this kind of dirty politics at the polls on november 3rd.�?o paid far by Shapp for governor commit. Prank c. Hilton chairman m. Melvin Shralow tract

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