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Smethport M kean County Democrat (Newspaper) - May 22, 1958, Smethport, PennsylvaniaPublished in the county seat of Mckean county a. County Democrat Quot Northwestern Pennsylvania s leading democratic weekly Mckean county a picture newspaper established 1858 volume no. Too established 1858 Smethport pa., thursday May 22, 1958 terms�?>$4.00 Peb tear single copy�?10c no. 21 expect 450 will be hired for construction work on huge Allegheny River dam at Kinzua Warren a col. H. E. Sprague exceed 450 persons. He further Pittsburgh District corps of army stated that he expected about so engineers told the Warren Cham per cent of these workers would Ber of Commerce last week that the be available within a 30 mile radius number of workers needed to build of Warren and thus the area would the Kinzua dam probably would not not be faced with any major prob Jems auf to urge influx of labor. Johnson to report on year As head of stale Bankers nearing the end of his administration. O. Albert Johnson of Smethport will preside at the 64th annual convention of the Pennsylvania the colonel and j. S Minnotte chief of construction for the Pittsburgh District revealed that while construction depends on appropriations from Congress they Hope that the $110,000,000 Structure will be completed by july 1964. Congress has been asked for 6 million to use in the coming fiscal year and word is expected any moment As to this appropriation. Colonel Sprague told the a of flankers association which he has c. Special Kinzua dam committee headed for the past year. In Atlan hat die first phase of the project us City next week is the relocation of route 59 around or. Johnson will open the Coo the dam sit which May Start this Clave monday morning with the summer and the relocation of the annual president address. The Pennsylvania Railroad. It a possessions. Which will continue stale that work on the dam itself through wednesday May 2$. Will would Start in 1969 if Money in include election of a new president made available. To succeed or. Johnson and other officers for next year. The principal speaker will be u. 8 sen. J. William full night of Arkansas. He will discuss a the Outlook in Washington a banking and economic. At the concluding general session pm the final Day. More than 1.800 Pennsylvania Bankers s new record Are sex the colonel in predicting labor needs for the pm by a dam. Said he based bes estimates on previous experience with jobs of this size. He mentioned that the Advent of Modem machinery had reduced the number of men necessary for such a project the official estimates that of local banker As president. Brakeman loses As he Falls i rider far i heels peeled to attend last year 1.703 maximum 460 persons which were registered at the convention on the construction. Which elected and installed the Ltd about 90 Waild be new people in the area and would be of supervisory rank and an the contractors staff breaking this Down further. He said that about 30 of these 90 men probably would be unmarried. The other 60 might bring families Anta in average of two children mostly of Grade school age. It to predicted that about 60 Lam lilies would be looking for housing Kane spacial a 48-year-old we he living Ai Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Brake m All the colonel left Man saturday lost Hie right i Wamp in would 001 when he fell beneath the wheel of faced a busing Short the tank car he had been working a a a or a chix problem be 01 cause the temporary families would he was Dominie Chin lie married j00 doubt Loc the a a a Kan and Brad and the father of several children Ford m Wes a a a a our Community. The mishap occurred around la the chamber men Learned that p Man the switching Yard at near of the estimated 1110.000.000 which by i. Jewett. Will be spent on the project 75 Rel the victim was in fairly Good con lion dollars will be used for the la edition late sunday night in Kane Bor Force and the rest for real Ca Comill Unity Hospital where the Ute and supplies. Predicting a five mangled had to be amputated year construction period he showed about four inches above the Elbow it was reported Hirilio was working an in tank car of a freight Enro Ute Salamanca to that about sis.000.000 additional Money May be introduced annually into this and nearby communities the army Engineer reiterated Board of menial health to meet Ney and fell from the ladder to Hia often repeated prediction that the roadbed. His was run Over the building of the dam would pro by a wheel of the Tanker vide in unexcelled recreational area for this part of the country with a Large Lake and Access to roads to it for property owners who Are expected to erect cottages and Camps on the Edge of the giant Pool. He said that the summer Eleva the Board of directors of the my Hon of the Reservoir would be 1328 Kean county mental health Asso feet and the Winter Elevation 1292 elation will hold an open meeting j and that the 36 foot drop would not at 7 36 in the first methodist Church. Bradford anyone interested in learning More about the association is invited to attend. Officers for the coming year will be elected. A new mental health film a the create objectionable mud Banks along the shores As Many have feared. He remarked that there is no comparable Structure of this j kind in the northeastern United states. The exact site of the dam was disclosed and a Large map key will be shown at the Clave of show ing its location was presented die Busine meeting. To the chamber and will be put i Henry Graff current Mha presi Public display m the near future. Dent will preside. Reports will be Given on mental health week Volunteer service activities finances. Former area resident and membership Frank Ray membership chairman. Has asked All members who joined before april 15 to renew their membership this month for the year 1958-59. He has set a goal of 700 individual and group members for the coming year in comparison with 380 in the year just ending. Emporium to have to Cable the Bucktail broadcasting co. Will construct a Cable television system for Emporium and Vicinity. Or. Murray a. speaker a Well known author. Edu it Atar and psychologist or. Cayley will deliver the address to the class of 1958. Smethport area joint High school St commencement exercises to be held thursday june 5. He is a Canadian by birth and has been minister of the Tirol presbyterian Church of Rochester. N. Y., since 1940. Or. Cayley was a member of the Royal air Force during world War i. He has degree from Union Seminary Toronto and Columbia University and graduated in psychopathology from the educational clinic of the new Jersey mental Hospital. He served on the faculties of Drew and Columbia universities and is now teaching philosophy and psychology at Rochester Institute of technology. Mrs. Ida Hubbard Dies final rites Here on Friday i mrs. Ida Kearney Hubbard t Well known and highly esteemed sin Eta port woman died tuesday morning at the Home of in daughter or. Harold Wagner. 789 Grandview ave. Olean after a Long illness. She was the wife of the late s w Hubbard in addition to her daughter. It he is survived by a son. John k Hubbard of Smethport Quot Hie body will remain at the Letro funeral Home 142 n Barry St., Olean until Friday morning when the funeral service will be conducted in St Elizabeth a Church. Smethport at to so Oclock. The Rev. James Sperr chaplain of St. Josephus Home for children Erie a great Nephew of mrs Hubbard w ill officiate. Interment aril be in St. Elizabeth a cemetery. Edward Trees succumbs in Kane Kane a special i a Edward m teem 60. Of 321 Smithfield ave. A resident for the past nine years died at la a in. Saturday in Kane Summit Hospital where he had been a patient for two months. Born in Smethport or. Teets had Farmer and was employed by Holgate bios. Co. Survivors include his Mother. Mrs. Grace Culver and a Cousin Clarence Walker Kane. The funeral service was conducted monday afternoon by the Rev. William r. Hilliard pastor of East Kane Assembly of god Church. Interment was in Forest Lawn cemetery. 3 persons Hurt in plane crash in Potter county two members of the faculty of the department of Medicine at the University of Colorado and the wife of erne were injured last Friday when their Stagle engine Light plane crash landed in a Field about two Miles North of wha rum in Potter county. None was seriously Hurt in the Accident. They were identified As or. Henry Swan of Denver head i of the Colorado u. Department of surgery his wife and or. Allen b. Com. Police said the plane in route to Boston apparently developed engine trouble and the Pilot attempted to land in rough country about 26 Miles South of Coudersport. The scene was identified a Black stump hollow. Authorities said the plane brushed some Trees is wind pushed it off course in Landing. The injured were taken to the St. Marys Hospital where it was reported or. Swan had suffered a broken leg and or. Cortz a broken shoulder and head injuries. Mrs Swan sustained raises. Mckean county follows voting trend tuesday in Pennsylvania a organization candidates win Complete unofficial tabulation of Tive indifference tuesday. Mckean county voting on Page it despite the stimulus of eight spirited statewide contests on the two major party primary ballots Mckean comity fell in line with the rest of the state by backing even the presence or a native son Kane bom Arthur t. Mcgon Igle. On the Republican slate failed to bring out the stay at Homes. Oddly enough that Home flavor Angle was insufficient to overcome. ,._the personal magnetism of Harold Boa organization Palm Wiki Raj e su5jen How opponents of or. Mcgonigle for the David l. Lawrence a. Democratic Choice Arthur t. Mcgonigle. A. Gop governor Winner Iii i tester Schade gubernatorial nomination. Otto phone firm planning to erect new Headquarters Duke Center special Mem oers of a special building committee appointed by the directors of the Otto Telephone co. To obtain estimates on a new Headquarters Structure were scheduled to report to the Board Lase nigh the company a former building was destroyed in a feb. 23 fire in which the loss was officially Given As $100,000. Offsetting part of its loss. Ute company reported was a $14,500 insurance settlement. The firm has obtained temporary quarters. The committee consisting of Milton Erickson j. B Randall w. H. Schorman. C. F. Munich and h b Kennemuth was named St a directors meeting when the Board organized for the coming year. The officers elected were h. M Loop president Paul e Kahle Vic president and Clair f Semela Jerger who was reelected Secretary treasurer. This new term will Besin june i. Previously at the stockholders meeting when the directors were elected it was voted to acquire a new building. Otto twp. Board votes to impose vase tax july i Otto twp a the Otto twp Board of education last week voted to impose a on percent wage tax effective july i a As an answer to the City of Bradford s Levy that went into effect feb. 5, and to keep its taxable Money at Home in other fiscal action the Board approved a 1958-59 budget of 1264,-915.93, including a $210,465.93 payment to the joint committee As Otto a share of operating costs and Bond redemption. M d. Irons was elected treasurer for the coming fiscal year. Fatally Hurt in Accident p0ur it Jen tailed to service june 2 miss Martha Salisbury. Albion. N. Y., a former resident of Brad j Ford and Rexford died in Buffalo j general Hospital fonday of inju-1 Ries received in a collision Between j the car in which she was Riding and a farm tractor near Buffalo. A a j survivors include a Stepsister. Mrs. Elizabeth Clark of Bradford. J the funeral service was conduct de tuesday afternoon in Albion and interment was in a cemetery there. New police c Hief Harold Guu Ekson 39. Formerly of Kane has been named chief of police of Johnsonburg to fill a vacancy. George Leader. Senate candidate Leader gathers Large majority in Senate race Philadelphia �?Pennsylvania democrats nominated mayor David Lawrence of Pittsburgh As their candidate for governor tuesday. Lawrence a running mate gov George m Leader who was seeking nomination for the . Senate also appeared to be moving toward Victory As did the rest of the Orgaz Tion ticket. With More than a third of the state s precincts reporting. Lawrence had 239,182 votes to 45.566 for his opponent. It. Gov. Roy Furman Leader hew a lesser but still imposing margin Over Furman a running mate. Clarence Bowers. At this Point. Lawrence s Home District of Allegheny county had reported Only 42 of its 1,208 precincts. It was in this populous area that Lawrence expected to Roll up a huge majority. The Early returns Here had him leading 5-1. With 2,225 of the states 8.887 precincts in Lawrence had 192,226 votes for the gubernatorial nomination to Only 34.850 for his major opponent it. Gov. Roy e. Furman. A lesser number of precincts gave gov. George m Leader 77.-552 to 29.731 for Clarence Bowers of Reading in the race for the party a . Senate nomination. Significantly Only a minor Frac Tion of Allegheny county had reported. It was Here that Lawrence expected to add greatly to his Lead. Lawrence a margin in to of the 1,208 precincts reporting in the county it Pittsburgh was 1.353 to 301 for Furman. The Philadelphia count in 1,340 of 1.566 was Lawrence 114.436 to 11,131 for Furman Hugh Scott Republican Winner leading in Potter Coudersport special in the Reading industrialists county wide plurality based on unofficial returns from the county a 53 districts was Only 599, while u. S. Rep. Hugh Scott seeking the u. S. Official returns from 29 out of 34 s�3 nomination out oiled him precincts in Potter county wedges 3383 10 2�>3. Day showed Palmer Chitester re Stassen gets 2,054 publican of Coudersport and Al or. Megonigle a principal foe Bert Schade of Sharon twp., the former disarmament adviser to Democrat leading by big margins president Eisenhower received 2,-in their race for county committee 054 votes Well ahead of the other chairmanships. Insurgents. Tile other gop Guber or. Chitester had polled 983 votes Natoria candidates were also Rana to 443 for his opponent Fred e William s Livengood with 574 and Hamilton of Galeton. Harold j. Vaughan 153 or. Schade had chalked up 711 Kane gave or. Mcgonigle a to 486 for his opponent. Mrs. Helen rousing 1,873 plurality. Hie Home a French of Genese twp town turned out 2.181 votes for the in the . Senatorial balloting Victor and Only 308 for or. Stassen. Gov. Leader polled 749 to 153 for in the u. S. Senate race on the Clarence p. Powers in the demo Republican ballot it was no con cratic nomination. Hugh Scott re test. Weldon b. Heyburn former Cei Ved 859 while Weldon b. Hepburn state auditor general and Stata had 283 on the Republican ticket. Treasurer was a poor second in in the Republican nomination for Mckean county with 808, and har govenor Arthur t. Mcgonigle re Rison a. Moyer brought up the rear Cei Ved 750 votes to 400 for Harold e. Stassen in Potter county with 634 the meager turnout saw Only re a a a 29.7 percent of the county a 22.689 i committee Content eligible voters canting ballots in a i i i f eluded were Only 32-percent of the p Al a rial settled ill Lafayette is,614 registered Republican and i Tull Hlf l l pm contest developed for three of 24-percent of the 5.833 qualified four open party committee seats in democrats w j v a. Lafayette townships first precinct on democratic Side the n i to in i a i Feltl tuesday. I Leader bloc gave the Anu Organ lie up Cal sol la Cau Lawrence Gates was victorious nation forces a sound thrashing in o Over Gerry Perry 4 to i. For Mem county. Gov. Leader based by Philadelphia. Pay Arthur t. By of the democratic county com a fro a succeeding himself in the Mcgonigle hts Lead mounting As Muttee while mrs. De Covert won state House received l/>69 votes Durns poured in. Held a better that party a committee woman Post for u 8 Senate nomination Han 2 to i advantage Over Harold in a three Way contest. She re on a Clarence p a Ltd a a e. Stassen wednesday. He a Cei Ved four votes to two for miss. Found Only 383 supporters in my geared to be a Winner in his fight Pauline Zias and one for Nettie Keats for the Republican nomination for Perry. Pittsburgh a mayor. Dvid. Governor of Pennsylvania. Mrs. Hazel Pollock Defeated Irene Lawrence involved in a three Way a third candidate in the gop Gates. 18 to one. For Republican contest for the party a Gubernator race. William 8 Livengood con committee woman. Cecil Pollock Tai nomination was widely sup ceded defeat before Midnight. He unopposed for member of the same ported by 1.956, his principal Chal said Mcgonigle. The organization commute also polled 16. Lenger. It. Nov. Roy l. Furman Choice apparently a has been victorious a j received 231, and a third candidate husband. Wife elected Edward p. Lavelle. 139. Hazel Hurst a Victor Peter j county voting in other statewide son Defeated Clifford Martinson to primary Battles to one. In a contest for member of Republican for lieutenant gov the county Republican committee Emor John Walker. 2.591 Frank from Hamlin twp District 3. Mrs. C. Hilton. 1.603 and Rowland b. Peterson who polled la won the Mahany. 702 Tor Secretary of in committee woman a seat without of Temal affairs. Andrew j. Gleason position. No democratic Cand hit is 3,004 and Albert r. Pechan 1,500. Received votes shortly afterwards. Mcgonigle chimed Victory for his organization team Stassen declined to acknowledge defeat officially until All the returns Are in but cognizant of a tremendous outpouring of pro Mcgongile votes in Philadelphia the state s largest City admitted Quot it would be very difficult to overcome Quot with 4.078 of 8.887 precincts reported the vote was Mcgonigle 284.070 Stassen 125,396 Livengood 43 362 in the us. Senate race. Mcgonigle s running mate. Congressman Hugh Scott of Philadelphia held a growing 7 to i Lead Over former state treasurer and auditor Bradford Hospital sunday at 7 151. General Weldon Heyburn the Stas ., about nine hours after being p010 up Abil us k sen backed candidate. It was a admitted. Vote. Thomas p. Kennedy la of i landslide Triumph for Scott on the he represented the Mckean beg any Mckean basis of Early returns i county Petroleum dealers Assoc a Mcgonigle. 51. A Reading pretzel j Tion for More than 20 years serv manufacturer was making his tag As counsellor to service station first try for political office. He operators. He maintained his office we As described As a Quot new face Quot i in Hia Home. On the Republican scene in the or. Murphy born on oct. 16, 1885. Gop organization bid to regain had resided in Bradford Arnee 1930. Control of the statehouse which he was a member of St. Bernard they lost to the democrats in 1954 Church James f. Murphy Petroleum dealers official is dead James Francis Murphy 72, of to or. Mahany withdrew after the ballots were printed. Democratic for lieutenant governor. James Davis 519. Wil Ham e. Culbertson. 474 and John f. Davis 319 Secretary of internal affairs mrs. Genevieve Blau incumbent. 894 Michael a. Canna Vino Erie City councilman. 330 and Lucian j. Ciletti. 96. U. S. Rep. Leon a. Gavin in Elm St., Bradford died run pred for to Congo from Pennsylvania a 23rd distract Eldred Man seriously injured while at work in dark Plant Olean a special a a Crane Hooker injured monday at work to the Turbo products division of Clark Bros. Co. Here was reported 1 in fairly Good condition in Olean general Hospital late monday night. Frank a. Breck 43, of Eldred was taken to the Hospital in the Olean fire department ambulance shortly before noon monday. Firemen said that he Wal apparently pinned under a 2,600 Pound casting. Fireman Frank Rucinski said or. Breck was reportedly trying to Hook the casting to a Crane when it slipped. He suffered a com i Pound fracture of the left leg and severe lacerations of both legs As Well As several contusions. An Olean Man Robert Young an assembler working nearby hooked the casting to the Crane so that it could be lifted from the injured Man firemen commended Clark Bros employees for administrating first Aid. Fireman Rucinski said that workmen applied a Tourniquet and placed the leg in traction while the j ambulance was on its Way to the Plant. Firemen said that their direct action could have saved the mans life four registrants of selective service local Board 101 have been ordered to report for u. S. Army induction june 2. They Are Leon f. Potts. Bradford George g. Kaufman port Allegany Albert j. Snuffer Jamestown n y., formerly of Bradford and David l. Ifft. I. Jewett. They will report to the Bradford american legion Home on Pine St. At 5 30 on that Day and leave with 40 registrants who will take pre induction physical examinations. The chartered bus leaves for Buffalo at 6 ., and the 40 will return that same night. Jobless benefits Here exceed $8-million Banks to lengthen Idu is As an accommodation to their customers the Smethport Nasonal Bank and Hamlin Bank and Trust company Wall lengthen their hulking hours on thursday May 29. The Day preceding memorial Day and will remain open continuously from 9 . To 5 Anglers a paradises opens Fisherman Paradise near Bellefonte operated by the Pennsylvania fish commission opened on fonday and will Ream open in Oil july 19. Unemployment compensation returned More than $8,240,000 into the Economy of this area during the past 20 years a vitally important Factor in maintenance of the purchasing Power on which merchants. Manufacturers Public utilities and others depend according to Arthur s. Swanson manager of the state employment Secundy office in Bradford. The Fust Check issued through Hie Bradford office was in february 1938, and since then More than 403.000 other checks have been sent to eligible claimants in the office area. The growth of the employment service system together with unemployment compensation have in times of need during the past 120 years helped prevent Many economic hardships Iii tile Bradford office area he continued. Since the Pennsylvania unemployment compensation Law re quires claimants to Register for work with the Pennsylvania state employment service the program also helps unemployed workers find new jobs. More than 45.586 applicants have registered for work through the Bradford office and More than 23,313 Job openings have been filled during the past 20 years. Important changes have taken place in Many of the provisions of tile unemployment Copperas upon Law dui Uig tile past two decades. Recording to or. Swanson the maximum weekly Benefit rate has risen from $15 to 1938 to $35 in 1955. The duration of payments has increased from 13 weeks in 1938 to 30 weeks in 1955. The waiting period has been reduced three to one week. Other activities carried on Hirough the Bradford office include the payment of Federal jobless benefits to veterans and benefits for Federal civilian employees who Quality wider the Law. For the second time in More than a Cousin. Miss Lama Smith with half a Century. Whom he made his Home is the in the two other statewide races Lone survivor. A for lieutenant governor and Sec a rotary of internal affairs the organization heading for easy victories. Returns were running behind those reported for governor and senator but the majorities ran about in the same proportions. With 3,523 precincts reported Here Are the votes Virti Burxia Yir i w it i candidates appeared Jol Ollson is 1111 10 1 Aock Vir to inc do. I a to Library croup Mckean county is state assemblyman Albert w. Johnson Smethport. Was named by go Veniot lieutenant governor John George Leader sunday to the Walker 245,513 Frank c. Hilton new 24-Man commission to study 81.417 Roland b Mahany 19,353. J what he called the a woefully be internal affairs secretary�?an-1 elected Quot Public Library system to Drew j. Gleason 252,722 Albert i Pennsylvania. R Pechan 66,847. I gov. Leader charged the com Hilton and Pechan ran on the Mittee with responsibility to look Stassen slate. Into current conditions in the state s Mahany withdrew from the lieu Public libraries and make recon tenant governor race too late to have his name removed from the ballot. The he quit he announced emendations for corrective action to the next session of the legislature. The group will meet for the first critic chairman was helped to the nomination As rep Gavm a opponent with 1.193 votes. Sta a rep. Albertw Johnson Smethport was renominated by 4.526 republicans while the democrats affirmed Albert a. Griffin local attorney As his foe with 1,093. Jack j. Mcdowell Republican and Henry a. Satterwhit. Democrat Bota of Bradford were reelected members of their parties respective state committees with out opposition. Although he carried Only four of Bradford a 12 precincts. Or. Stassen evidently made political Hay with his uth hour Campaign visit to the City saturday. Running Way ahead of his state ticket mates. Or. Stassen sliced or. Mckonl Glen a local margin to 103, the smallest of any member of the organization backed slate. Or. Stassen earned three District Here by three or fewer votes and the fourth the second precinct of Ward 5, by 34, that bulge was enough to give the insurgent the Ward the Only one he carried to the City where or. Mcgonigle out polled the philadelphian 690 to 587. Or. List Good received 203 Voce and or. Vaughn. 80 rep. Scott swamped his oppo i his support for Stassen. He is the tune june 8 in Philadelphia under Tion Here polling 972 to 264 for majority Leader in the state sen ate the chairmanship of Albert Greenfield. Philadelphia banker. And 182 for or hotel ure suit to Start a damage suit arising from the hotel Carver fue in Warren Oil i april 25, 1956, will Start m Federal i out Urt Ai Erie during the week of i May 26 four Ohio salesmen died or. Heyburn Moyer. Bradford democrats also voted aking organization lines. Mayor Lawrence took 230 vote out of court term slated argument cases Wall be heard tuesday in tile court of common Bradford compared with 48 for it. Pleas of Mckean county. Slated Are 14 cases. One divorce action is listed for a hearing. Orphans court in the fire and their families Art list an Appeal from the probate pressing damage claims. / of a will. Gov. Furman and 44 for or. Levall. Gov. Leader ran Well ahead Here of or. Bowers in Hie quest for the . Senate nomination the vote a Leader 223 and Bowers. 95

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