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McKean County Democrat (Newspaper) - December 9, 1965, Smethport, Pennsylvania
Six thursday december huge programs for Pitt envisioned in Bradford by Agnes Palazzetti is. Bradford dec. Build ing program totalling More than million an operating and auxiliary Birdget of almost i million annually and a student spending budget of More than one half million dollars annually could very Well be the Story represented by the Bradford Campus of the University of Pittsburgh in 1972. The figures staggering though they May appear to local economists were All pro jeered tuesday by or. Donald e. Swarts president the local Campus in preparation for today s i hard annual meeting of the advisory Board of University of Pittsburgh at Bradford. The 44-Membcr Board will con Vene at 4 . Today in Ham Sher House to hear a report of the fund raising Campaign by r. Williams Campaign chair Inan the current operating Anc financial status of the Campus by Robert b. Bromeley and a breakdown of the first two year s operation of the Campus Here the current picture and the projected picture to the year 1972 by or. Swarts. In an interview with the Era tuesday or. Swarts based his -1972 projection figures on an anticipated enrolment of 1.50c Are now 425 Fiu time students on the Campus reviewing operating budgets capital expenditures and Esti mated student spending in Brad Ford for the first two years o the establishment of the campy Here the picture he revealed one of a very successful Small Industry devoted to on major product the operating budget for the first academic year 1963-64, he said totalled of second year of operation expenditures Rose to if Campus reaches it envisioned enrolment of students by 1972, the Campus president said the current operating budget similar Auxilo t Ary Enterprise budget and student spending budget Wilt All be each at least five mimes their current amount. To accommodate such a Stu Dent enrolment the advisory Board today will be told of an anticipated expansion program in Bradford which according to or. Swarts could very Likely be construction of at least two or possibly three new buildings within the next two to three years and Over the next five to eight year period construction of an additional seven to eight with Price tags estimated of at least million each. Of keen and particular inter est to the Campus administrator was the Impact of these Educa Tion dollars on the Bradford Community. He looked to the major capital investments at Hamsher House now the Cen Ter of Campus activities where almost one half million dollars was spent for acquisition Reno vation and equipment. Or. Swarts pointed out that the entire renovation program was handled by local contracting firms amounting to some 188 More than half the equip ment amounting to another was purchased from Bradford firms in addition to fees paid to local architectural firm for the Hamsher House revitalization program. Another major capital invest ment was made for the Bradford Campus with the acquisition of hotel Emery now known As Emery Hall and serving both As a dormitory and student Center facility. Here alone expenditures for renovation and improvements reached More than with equipment Cost ing another the Campus president then reached into the Ledger pages of specifics for the first two years of the Bradford Campus Impact on the local Economy. Faculty salaries during first year totalled it stated and in our second year jumped to and even higher for our torrent he pointed out about 90 percent of the Sal Fry figures Are for those Resl sent faculty living within the Bradford environs. Cdr. Swarts then turned the Plages to other operating expenditures All revolving Mound Bradford merchants and businesses and All producing an Impact both on private and civic Economy. Reviewing Fig ures for the first two years of operation presented in this or Der he referred specifically to payroll maintenance insurance Etc., a printing advertising Duplica Tion acquisitions purchased services and rent als according to the Campus presi Dent the payroll for operation of Emery Hall alone totals 571 annually with More than spent with local food outlets just to feed the student body another for maintenance and still another for purchased services and rent on top of this because of cer Ain commercial enterprises Emery Hall More than in taxes were paid to the Ity this past year he said. And finally or. Swarts re viewed another very import ant Money item certainly an indication of our affluent society. He a conservative estimate that each student spent monthly Over and above College costs up ail Down the main with the current enrolment f More than 400 students and an academic year covering 11 months this figure according o the Campus president sex eeds annually. Where it he asked. And then answering his own question to local drug stores Ive and ten cent stores clothing stores specially shops pizza houses food and recreation Cen ers. And then to round out the total picture he added the to spent annually by the University for student activities be sides the Many extra curricular affairs covered by students Jie selves Riding and ski ing lessons dances Etc. This or. Swarts told the Era will be what his report to the advisory Board will consist of today. With facts such As these placed before them the Board will review and possibly make some decision on immediate future expansion programs for the Bradford Campus. Mrs. Jennie Lamb funeral services for mrs. Jen Nie Louise Lamb 70, of 179 bar Bour St., Bradford who died Friday in Bradford Hospital Fol lowing a Long illness were held at the Hollenbeck funeral Chapel in Bradford at 2 . Monday. The Rev. Marion Finch associate minister of the first a methodist Church Bradford of fixated and burial was in Bridge View cemetery my. Jewett. Mrs. Lamb was born at Quaker Bridge ., on april 20, 1895, a daughter of the late or. And mrs. Edward Dippo. On oct. 19, 1916, she was married to Dyer Lamb who preceded her in death on May 29, 1957. She was a member of the first methodist Church of Brad Ford. Mrs. Lamb is survived by five daughters mrs. Mary Jane Button and mrs. Gertrude Cook both of Bradford mrs. Betty Diprospero of Hazel Hurst mrs. Crystal Gleason of Las vegas nev., and mrs. Beverly Dailey of it. Home Idaho four sons. Dyer and Richard Lamb both of Bradford Leon Lamb of Smethport and Donald Lamb of Ohio 27 grandchildren and one great grandchild a brother Edward Dippo of Hazel Hurst four Sisters. Mrs. Lillian Cook of James City mrs. Florence Weiser of Kane mrs. Mabel Cawley of Salamanca And mrs. Elizabeth Doville of Tampa Fla. Hubbers lose to dutchmen in close tilt it was a Battle Al the Way but at the end the flying dutchmen of St. Marys come through with an 18-11 final per Iod to hand the Hubbers of Smethport area High school its first setback in three Deci Sions this season tuesday in Smethport. Final score was St. Marys 50 and Smethport 4-1. The six Point margin does not Tell the full Story. The Hubbers led by Jim Olson and Mike Taylor played up and Down basketball and in opining period were in front by four Points with a 14-10 Quarter. How Ever the second period saw Nell Kemp dutchmen hit on an equal As in the opening period while the hubs were missing their shots and at half time trailed 2mo As the result of marys 12-4 Quarter. Smethport overtook the Visi tors in the third and by the end of the period were up by a single Point 33-32. The Lead Hac changed hands several times in this Quarter. Shortly after the Start of the fourth period the visitors managed to Over take the Dick Danielson s boys with the Lead in their favor the dutchmen began to play a freeze with the Hubbers in desperation to get control of the Ball drawing fouls which resulted in the visitors padding their margin which finally came out to six. Jerry Sain was the top a for the dutchmen with 17 Point while Denny Posteraro continued his Fine offensive work with 12 Points while Bud Brennen and Don Wilhelm picked up the lady Hunter bags biggest Buck mrs. Patricia Bernard a lady Hunter won Tow prize by pert Allegany chamber of Commerce for biggest Buck Der. In area. Mckeirnan Bernard of Smethport a Holt the in Point 14s-lb. Dressed Deer with a 244 mag. At z7j Yards while Hunting the first afternoon of the season on Mckeirnan farm Bush Hill near East Smethport. Two or three Points had been broken from the magnify Lacerr otherwise there would have been 14 or 15 Points to the rack. Mrs. Bernard and her husband Jack operate the White spot near Mccoy stadium in Smethport. Other scores with 11 and 10, respectively. Sme Peiperl Fult Taylor is. Marl Sci Fig f t Fig 5 8 18 Salt b 408 Wilheim 3 5 2 12 Bremen 5 113 Posteraro 4 1 1 3 Evert 0 Duell 0 trials 16 12 44 total s1ieti1port 14 6 St. Marys ii Thomas c. Cornelius Roulette special Thomas Clayton Cornelius 24, of monday As a result of an automobile Acci Dent at Bendersville a. Or. Cornelius was born at Crosby on Jan. 6, a son of Herman and Nellie Elliott Cornelius. He was married to the Gaines. Bolivar sets port Allegany Back 58 to 43 Bolivar The Boli Var Central High school Basket Ball team was too Strong from the Field Here tuesday night and As the result outscored the gators of port Allegany High school 22 to 12 to come through with a 58 to 43 decision. Terry Reynolds was the big Man for the locals As he Sank nine baskets from All angles of the court in addition to chalking up three fouls for 21 Points. Tom Cawley had 12 and Mike Rasmusson 10 other Points for the victors. For the de Babcock charges from the Pennsylvania Community Ron Caskey was their top Man making half of his team s 12 Field goals by recording six and then picking up 11 of his club s 19 free throws for a big night and 23 Points. The gators displayed some Good basketball during the even ing although they Are an Inex name Nelson join tuber. League Board Trenton . John Nel son jr., of Hornell ., sports editor of the Hornell evening Tribune and sports information director of Alfred University ., and a former Bradford pa., Era sports editor and Brad Ford pa., web radio sports Caster was re elected to his second three year term on the International Board of directors of babe Ruth baseball. The elec Tion took place during the governing Board s recent annual meeting at its International Headquarters Here. Babe Ruth baseball is the world s largest regulation baseball program for 13, 14 and is year old boys. During 176 Over teenagers played under the babe Ruth Banner throughout the United states Canada Mexico puerto Rico eight european rations latin America and Australia. During the past year Nelson served As chairman of the Board s publications and pub Lic relations committee. In addition since 1962 he has been the master of ceremonies at All formal events taking place Dur ing the annual babe Ruth world series and has headed up All press services at the Annua teenage baseball championship Competition. The 1966 babe Ruth world series will be held in Douglas Arizona August 18-27. Shop Mccoy drug for look Here buy six filled Christmas stockings and get one free Gaum has the highest birth Rale of any area of the world with 58 births per year for each population. The u. S. Ave rage is 24.8. Monaca claims the Low record of 14.2 births Pei people. Hubbers win 2nd straight at Ridgway Ridgway the Hubbers o Smethport area High had to stay off the Elkers of Ridgway in the closing Quarter Here Fri Day night before coming out with a 63 to 59 Victory arid the second straight without a ack this season. After a somewhat slow Start the Elkers started to Click in the second period and Al though Down four Points the first Quarter managed to come within two of a deadlock at the half As Smethport was up 17 to 25. The Hubbers took com manding Lead in the third period and at one Point was up 10 Points. They went into the final period leading 44 to 39 and what looked like sure Vic tory. However the Elkers started to Jet away with their fast Bieak Down court and within no time n the fourth period had knotted the county. The teams then see sawed the Lead with the Core again tied three More times be Eore the Hubbers pulled away for the Victory. Hartland who played Only one period the fourth seemed to have caught the Elkers on fire As he scored eight of his team s Points and kept them in Contention for a time. Jim Olson was top Man for Dick Danielson s Smethport club with 17 Points while Bob Funk Mike Taylor and mans Wells each chipped in with 15 Points. Jon Gulnac led the Elkers with 20 Points while teammates Gary Holtz had 13 and Ron Zameroski 12. T j l e j Lulu ugly ii jct cd k Del ii 1c a besides his wife and parents Beau club. They play iric Corr Itrah kit s _ j r j or. Cornelius is survived by a son Thomas Ellsworth Cor Nelius four Brothers David and Frankie Cornelius both of Der de the Bolivar club on even terms in the second and final quarters losing the first by a 13 to 12 and the last by of Roulette two Sisters Kellogg of Quarter splurge. Alician id Fig it Rouette and Mary Kelley of port Allegany. Joseph m. Milkus Joseph ii. Milkus 86, of nor wich township died at the port Allegany Community Hospital wednesday evening following an illness of three weeks. Or. Milkus was born at a Austria on May 14, 1879, a son of Martin and Josephina Planichek Milkus and came to the United states on aug. 13, 1913. He settled in Norwich township where he had resided Ever since. There Are no known relatives or other survivors. A requiem High mass was celebrated at St. Elizabeths Church Smethport at 10 . Saturday following a prayer service at the Lee funeral Home. The Rev. Eugene Cole Man administrator of the Church was the celebrant. Burial was in St. Elizabeths cemetery. Cole Reynolds Cawley Luesland a elfin Wright Tarlit we Lith pc f t 4 2 10 i widower 1 0 1 Anderson 215 Carlson 9 3 21 Howard 3 6 12 000 Turner 204 Leonard 000 Lauffer 000 1 2 4 Harris omani 204 022 6 11 23 000 1 2 4 0 0 102 2 0 000 22 14 tretau 12 19 43 Deer carcasses reported stolen at area Camps Coudersport couders port based state police received reports about the the of five Deer carcasses from Hunting Camps in Potter county since last monday. Three carcasses Hung at Camp in North hollow Road were stolen sometime Early tuesday according to Paul ban Man of Ephrata. One was a 6 Point one a 4-Point and one Spike Buck. Frank Ferriola jr., of Quaker town also reported the theft o a 4-Point Buck from a rack 50 feet from a Hunting Camp on Trout Brook re. In Roulette township while Clarence Stolt fus of Elverson reported the theft of a 7-Point Buck from a Camp on Moore s run Homer township. Most tall tales Are also to Ong. Pre Christmas special filled Christmas stockings now buy 6 and get one free limited time Only be sure to look Over Mccoy s Smith porn Fig f t he Dvir Fqy f t Olson e 5 17 la Del g 1 13 fun 5 5 15 Gulnick b 4 20 Taylor 4 7 15 Hartland 40 welts 6 3 15 306 Burlick 011 Zameroski s 2 12 Greener 000 Towall 31 21m culs his by it rods Semi fort ii 17 Al Ridgway c 14 the earliest know people of Bhulan wore a Iribe called the typhus. Aluminium storm windows Candy department Fanny assortment of chocolates and Holiday hard candies Schraff s chocolates All attractively gift wrapped triple track self storing perfect fit also aluminium storm doors 29.95 pre Hung 2 class 2 screen air closer storm it Airt All necessary hardware also self storing storm Shields lumber co Eldred 225-4781 men s cosmetics All name Jade East old spice ill Currier fir Ives after shave lotion Cologne men s cosmetics Princess personal leather goods wallets men s and women s key cases cigarette cases with Matching lighter French gift giving Christmas shot in one Stop Mccoy drug store open daily 9 to til 1 . Smethport a
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