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Smethport Mckean County Democrat (Newspaper) - October 8, 1964, Smethport, Pennsylvania Pige Fri thursday october 8, 19im certificates Given to 16 dentists finishing study sixteen area dentists received certificates thursday afternoon in recognition of having completed Post graduate dental studies offered by the continuing education program of the Warren county w ill lose Frame As its senator Warren a Richard Vigrass. Publicity manager for the Penn. Sylvania state Senate thursday issued a statement that clarifies the question As to who will be Warren county a state senator after the nov. 3 election. Or. Vigrass said that depending on the outcome of the forthcoming election nov. 3 Warren county will be represented by either Republican James s. Berger Coudersport or Democrat Stanley Homan Kane. It is continued or. Vigrass for one or the other of these candidates that Warren county electorate should vote. He quoted a portion of the recent state supreme court ruling which invalidated the reapportionment Bill saying a it is obvious that a Pennsylvania legislation cannot properly act to re apportion itself. A in View of the Short time left before election we therefore hold that the 1964 election in Pennsylvania legislators should must be conducted pursuant to the acts of Jan. 9, 1964.�?� thus he concluded. A Warren county votes As a portion of the new 25th senatorial District its senator will be either or. Berger or or. sen. Richard Frame will represent his new 48th District which comprises Venango Forest Clarion Elk counties. The 25th takes in Mckean Potter Cameron Clinton counties. David Slone port Allegany special a funeral services for David Stone 28, who died tuesday morning in port Allegany Community Hospital after an illness of two years will be held at 2 this afternoon. The services to be held at the Gallup funeral Home will be officiated by the Rev. Keith l. Perry of the evangelical United Brethren Church. Burial will be in Fairview cemetery. Or. Stone was born june 4, 1936. At Farmers Valley the son of or. mrs. Paul Stone. He had lived Here since a child. He had been employed As a maintenance Man at the Pierce Glass co., a Post he took since graduation from port Allegany his school in 1955. On aug. 8. 1958. He was United in marriage to the former miss Joan Vandemark at Row. Surviving Are his wife one daughter Bonnie Marie his parents two Sisters. Mrs. Earl Spencer miss Mary Ann Stone. Port Allegany one brother. Gordon Stone. Port Allegany his maternal grandmother mrs. Bessie Rice. Smethport several nieces nephews friends will be received at the Gallup funeral Home. University of Pittsburgh. The a a graduation a luncheon was held at the pen Hills club with or. Donald e. Swarts president of the Bradford Campus of Pitt As Host. Interrelated with the advances made in the Field of dentistry the courses All of which were taught at the Bradford Campus were entered on Endodontic with or. Andrew Michanowicz As instructor Peri Dontia with or. Louis Baroff radiology with or. J. Clifton Eselman. The certificates were presented to the dentists by or. W. Arthur George coordinator of the continuing education for the school of dentistry at Pitt. Guest speaker for the luncheon was or. John Geiss vice Chancellor of the regional program for the University who discussed the program covering graduate courses which were offered at Pitts several regional campuses. Certificates were presented to or. Paul j. Whelan or. P. L. Parsons. Or. David r. Wilson or. Andrew Johnson or. Hugh j. Ryan. Or. Harold Black or. S. F. Zeigler or. G. F. Greer or. D. F. Greer All of Bradford or. R. L. Burt or. J. R. Gavin or. J. Eddy of Olean . Or. R. P. Toyer of port Allegany or. W. J. Rinehart or. C. F. Michielson both of Smethport or. J. P. Welch of Eldred. Following the luncheon speeches plans were discussed for a new series of Post graduate courses to be offered either in the late fall or Early Spring. These will be open to All dentists in the eighth District of the Pennsylvania dental association which covers the Northern tier of Pennsylvania. Diverted acre May be used november i Farmers who diverted acreage under the 1964 feed Grain voluntary wheat programs will be Able to Graze the acreage without prior approval beginning nov. I Arthur Brown chairman. Agricultural stabilization conservation county committee has announced. He stressed however that this program provision applies Only to grazing the feed Grain wheat diverted acres. Hay on such acreages still May not be harvested. Land diverted under the conservation Reserve program May not be grazed or harvested during the whole year. County farms participating in the 1964 feed Grain voluntary wheat programs number about 62. Committee of fat plan for halloween the ways Means committee of the Farmers Valley Par ent teacher Assn. Met with room mothers president William of Brien monday to plan for the annual halloween carnival to be held oct. 30 from 6 to to . At the Farmers Valley school. Judging of costumes will be at 6.30 . Traffic bottleneck in Kane eliminated Kane a major traffic bottleneck has been eliminated Here with the placing of a no left turn regulations from Fraley St., on to Field St., from Field St. To Fraley. The regulations. It was emphasized will be strictly enforced according to Kane Borough Council. Enlists in Marine corps Terry Tessena. Son of mrs. Ameliann Tessena of Crosby left last thursday to Start Boot training with the Marine corps at Parris Island s He graduated from Smethport area High school with the class of 1964, cancer fund memorials contributions have been made to the Mckean county cancer society in memory of Robert a. Blaski by or mrs. Richard Williams miss Mary Klei Sath. 4,000 senecas will get share of damage funds Salamanca . Announcement was made at the bimonthly meeting of the Allegany reservation Council saturday that each of the 4,000 senecas on the nations Rolls will receive a per capita payment from the indirect damages received in the Kinzua dam compensation Bill approved by Congress. The Money said Seneca nation president George Heron will come from the $691,625 fund allowed for the loss of Timber wildlife products. It will also come in part from the accrued total of the nations sales of Sand gravel Gas Oil of common lands on the Allegany reservation Here the Cattaraugus reservation near Gowanda. Or. Heron who could give no estimate of the amount of Money to be distributed nor when payments will be made reviewed the per capita plan at the meeting. He also noted that a . Government reparation Check for $945,573 had been deposited in the Marine Trust co., of Western new York Buffalo. The Deposit he said will draw four percent interest per year. The current hair style we re told is in some cases downright enraged. At dentists graduation a attending a luncheon thursday marking completion Al Post graduate studios by 14 area dentists were from left or. John Geiss vice Chancellor of the regional program for the University of Pittsburgh or. W. Arthur George coordinator of continuing education for the University s school of dentistry or. Gary f. Greer chairman for the Bradford program or. Hugh j. Ryan president of the Bradford dental association. % photo by w. Ferres Stewart Anderson jewelry by Loya watches costume jewelry Keepsake diamonds expert watch repairing 225 main St., sm8thport announcement also was made that Basil Williams nation s treasurer has repaid Loans amounting to $129,997 to the . Bureau of Indian affairs. Of this amount $35,000 had been borrowed to pay for appraisal of lands Here $94,000 to finance the indians share of water facilities for the reservation. Also paid was $997 As interest on the amount borrowed. President Heron appointed four senecas four non indians to the education committee of the Seneca nation Edu a cation a1 foundation. Indians named were Merrill Bowen miss Carolyn redeye Allan Jamison mrs. Ethel Logan. Others will be mrs. Helen Wayne of the state department of Indian affairs Frederick a. Feltz supervising principal of Silver Creek Central school Lawrence Scura supervising principal of Gowanda Central Donald h. Wing superintendent of Salamanca Central. In other business or. Heron announced approval of Council of construction of 33 More relocation Homes on the Allegany reservation. This brought the total to 135 approved. Henry Crawford Henry Crawford 61, . 2, port Allegany died thursday morning in the methodist Hospital in Houston Texas after a Long illness. He was born april 2, 1903, in East Smethport the son of the late Harry c., Sara Rosell Crawford. He married the former Julia Crotzer in Johnsonburg in 1932. Or. Crawford was a life resident of port Allegany was a retired employee of the Pittsburgh Corning corp. He was a member of the first methodist Church. Besides his wife he is survived by a daughter mrs. Verna k. Russell Eldred a grandson a sister mrs. Irma Moose Danville. N.y., two Brothers Otis Crawford of Olean Donald Crawford port Allegany. Sheriffs Sale by virtue of a writ of execution issued out of the court of common pleas of Mckean county Pennsylvania . No. 504 october term 1964, . No. 25 october term 1964, to me directed i will expose to Public Sale at the sheriffs office Smethport Mckean county Pennsylvania on Friday october 30. A.d., 1964, at 11 00 of clock . Eastern Daylight saving time. All the defendants interest in to beginning at a Point in the Center of Liberty township Road being the former Highway Between port Allegany Coudersport said Point being North Twenty nine five tenths 29.5 rods from the Southeast Corner of lot 68 of the allotment of Keating lands in Liberty township thence in a southwesterly direction Twenty three rods to the North Bank of the Allegheny River thence along the North Bank of said Allegheny River forty five 45 rods to the Southwest Comer of lands of Clarence m. Doan thence North along the West line of Clarence m. Doan lands to a Point in the Center of the aforesaid Highway thence West along said Center of Highway approximately thirty 30 rods to the place of beginning. Containing approximately six 6 acres of land be the same More or less. Being the same premises conveyed to Dale t. Meacham Jane m. Meacham. Husband wife by Richard p. Blackman sr., Patricia j. Blackman husband wife by deed dated july 2, 1962, recorded in Mckean county on july 2, 1962, in deed Book volume 405 at Page 656 mortgaged by Dale t. Meacham Jane m. Meacham husband wife to the first National Bank of port Allegany Pennsylvania by mortgage dated the 2nd Day of july 1962, recorded in my Kean county on july 2, 1962 in mortgage Book volume 316 at Page 475. Seized taken in execution will be sold As the property of Dale t. Meacham Jane m. Meacham husband wife at the suit of the first National Bank of port Allegany. Notice is hereby Given that All claims to the above property must be filed with the sheriff before the Sale All claims to the proceeds from the Sale before distribution. A sheriffs schedule of distribution will be filed in the sheriffs office on october 30 ., 1964, distribution of the sales proceeds will be made in accordance with the schedule unless exceptions Are filed within ten Days thereafter. L. W. Tom Pendleton sheriff sheriffs office Smethport Pennsylvania Mckean county sept. 29, 1964 Elton f. Carlson plaintiffs attorney 10-8,15,22 funeral services were held at1 port Allegany. Burial was in the Walter funeral Home in Fairview cemetery. Port Allegany at 2 . Tues-1 Day conducted by the Rev. J if people would take More Ralph b. Wilbum minister of pains they would have less of the first methodist Church of i them. Spike Slavin furniture television appliances Phons 225-4785 main St. Emra opt evenings it 8 30 years ago. Many now familiar viruses had not yet been isolated. Since then your doctor druggist have As a team explored Defeated them. You can safely Trust their joint knowledge. Sef main Strati Smethport pm. 887-5858 we have been entrusted with filling approximately 250,000 prescriptions�?140,000 new ones plus thousands of refills your Rex All drug store tune in station warm Coudersport saturday at to . For a rebroadcast of the Smith Proust. Marys football game to be played in Smethport Friday night a rebroadcast sponsored by this Bank Money is Only the half of ii. We Deal in other valuables too one of the a a valuables we Deal in is Complete service for your every banking need. For instance. If you have precious possessions you want to lose. From family heirlooms jewelry to tax records wills see us. A Safe Deposit Box in our modern vault costs Only pennies a Day. assures full Protection from fire theft or loss. Other services # savings # checking # safa Deposit boxes # personal or car Loans # Trava Lars checks # business Loans f investment counsel Smethport office a of the producers Bank amp Trust co. 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