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Smethport Mckean County Democrat (Newspaper) - September 3, 1964, Smethport, Pennsylvania Thursday september a 1964 Fife Fife it. Jewett ousts Crosby Crosby a six errors led to Crosby a downfall Here sunday As it. Jewett surprised the regular season Mckean elks champs 5-3, in 12 innings in the Semi final playoffs. It. Jewett will now meet Johnsonburg for the championship next sunday at a Field yet to be determined by the league. A wild throw past first base on an attempted double play allowed it. Jewett to score the two deciding runs in the top of the 12th inning with Only one out. Bill Eckstrom went the Dis Lance for the winners allowing eight hits one a first inning Home run by Frank Faes with a mate aboard. Eckstrom struck out nine and walked three. It. Jewett a r h Crosby Abru Moffett 3b c 0 0 r. Flea of a 4 i i Howard 2b 6 i 2 Wright. 2b s 0 0 Weiser say 0 i g. Shilrey is 5 0 0 Danielson of 5 i i f. Faes la 4 2 3 Carl of s i i Kennedy 3b s 0 2 Haight of f 0 i Hauck of 3 a 0 Blair c 6 0 i Lathrop of 2 a 0 Swanson of s i i d. Shirey of 5 0 i asks trim p 9 i i Greta c i 0 0 Griffin of i 4 0 i Veltzel pc 4 0 0 totals 50 i a Tolar a 42 3 r it. Jewett Crosby Oil too Ooi oi�?5 Joo too Ooi oops a. Horse show taking entries Harrisburg the Penn Sylvania National horse show already the largest indoor show in the East has expanded facilities for its 19th annual com ration to be held at the state Arm show Arena oct. 17-24. Despite the increased facilities president c. George Deu Bel warned that the Penn National might have to Cut off entries As it did last year. The deadline for entries is sept. 19. Last year a total of 1,017 horses composed in the spacious farm show Arena. This year the new facilities will make it possible for approximately 1,100 horses to compete. All of the stabling for the show is under the same roof As the Arena. The show is held annually for the Benefit of the kiwanis youth fund. For entry Blanks write to Penn National 31 n. Second St., Harrisburg a. Mohawk seeks to drop Olean plane service Washington two local service airlines a Mohawk and Allegheny a asked the civil aeronautics Board this week to renew indefinitely routes in the Northeast on which temporary authority expires feb. 23. Mohawk asked that Olean n. Y., be deleted from its route 5, which extends Between Cleveland Ohio and Utica Rome n. Mohawk also asked that the route be predesignated As Between Cleveland and Boston by Way of the same intermediate Points As on routes 5 and 3 except for Leanto relieve the airline from having to schedule stops at Junction Points Between the two routes. As predesignated the Cleveland Boston route would be by Way of Jamestown Elmira coming Binghamton Endicott John son City Ithaca Cortland Utica Rome and Albany n. Hartford , mass., and Providence r. I. Allegheny asked for renewal of its Washington Boston route 8 by Way of Baltimore Wilmington Philadelphia Camden Trenton new York Newark Islip n. Y., Bridgeport and be w Haven conn., Hartford Spring Field new London conn., and Providence. Bradford combo tops at Smethport the Bradford team of Al Gaul and Henagar Gary wit Chon carded a net score of 41 h win Tho annual Smethport country club member guest tournament sunday. Bob Mcbride and Jim Beltman scared a 43 for second Bast honors while Hank reap and Richie came in with 43 for third. The winners in the Field of 40 were awarded with Golf equipment Worth $190. 4th Good Oil Well reported drilled Titusville Donald Fredericks Tylersburg Oil Well Driller Friday drilled in his fourth Good Well some in Miles North of grand Valley along a dirt Road West of route 27. The no. 4 Well Hydro fractured last wednesday Quot looks like a Dandy a according to area Oil men. The Tylersburg Man already has staked out a location for a fifth Well it was said. In another report from the a Oil Boom Region Orlando Marini new Kensington said that this a one Well located on a Hill West of the Miller farm had settled Down to 20 barrels a Day. It had started with 35. I Georgia dog tops 13-Inch Jim costello a Worrells lit tie Bill finished tops in a Field of 35 starters in the 13-Inch dog class running in mondays third round of the Mckean county Beagle clubs Annua acc licensed trial at it. Alton. The Rock Springs ga., hound s closest competitor was Rod Lino banker owned and handled by Dick Reeder of Beaver Falls a. The trial finished on schedule although the running was rough due to the dry weather conditions. The summaries 13-Inrh Dor Cia in Norrep Little Bill Jim costello. Jared in banker mrs Dick Reed photo by w. Forres Stewart i need the Money a even gop vice presidential Candida William e. Miller laughed at himself when he suggested Bradford ians vote for him Quot because when i release my financial statement you will know i need the among the City and county dignitaries envying a Good chuckle Are from front Row Back William p. Mcvay Bradford chairman of the Miller appearance rep. Albert w. Johnson county commissioner Ray Youngquist Joseph Bye of Harrisburg county commissioner Russell Weston mayor Richard e. Brandow Merle e. Dickinson Mckean county Republican committee chairman and standing in the rear councilmen Walter Peoria William Mackowski and Thomas Servatius. 1,500 Greet veep nominee or. 3�?gum Miu Benny Gen knit tie. 4�? he lines run sure boy Dave Holo Baugh. A boy chortle Hiu Chester John Purl. Pick committee for Eldred Day at country club three Eldred men Russell Slavin Donald Frisbee and Edmond Lambilotte have been named As the committee in charge of the fourth annual Eldred Day to be held sunday at the Smethport country club. To Date there Are 38 adult golfers entered for the Competition along with 12 teenagers for a special tournament. Last years champions were Gus Walch and Charles Frame. Glenn Mencer Mckean county judge will be the master of ceremonies. There will be a dinner served at 6 30 . At which time judge Mencer will introduce guests and present trophies and other awards to the winners. A dance will follow. Preparing and serving the dinner will be the members of the Eldred township firemen a auxiliary. Mountains got smaller As they get older but not mountains of Bills. Hubber strongman on of Tho strongest Roo sons Why big things orc excreted by coach Jim Donovan s Smethport Hubbers this Comino football season is senior tackle Walt rots who s a solid 202 pounds in his Street clothes. Roes. In his third season As a regular. Will to in Tho lineup when Central Christian hosts Tho Hubbers hero sept. 12. By Agnes Palazzetti Bradford shared a a a first with its honoured guest Friday afternoon. The City welcomed for the first time in its Long history a vice presidential candidate. And for representative William e. Miller gop nominee Bradford was the first Pennsylvania City he has visited since informally launching his National Campaign. Or. Miller definitely reflected the Days temperatures. Just As the Sun shone More brightly As the Day moved along so did the candidate. His speech delivered in veterans Square was the most dynamic of the four he had Given. The candidate was interrupted several times with enthusiastic applause from the crowd. Paying tribute to governor William e. Scranton about whom he Felt a we have not heard the end and to representative Albert w. Johnson. Or. Miller evoked laughter from his audience with a i Hope you will elect me vice resident far two reasons. First Ause i think the principles in which i believe Are Good for America but secondly because after i Issue my financial statement you will know i need the attacks centralisation hammering at what was a favorite Issue with him throughout the Day decentralization of Federal Power the crowd gathered in the Square heard a if people want to be federally bom federally housed federally educated federally subsidized in business and in farming and federally buried in a Federal Box they will get it. All senator Barry Coldwater and i say is that every single country in which this has been tried history will show it has led to Complete destruction of the society. The More dollars you get from Washington the More control there will be. A a. We owe our children the Basic honesty of paying today for what we owe today and passing on to them the Freedom we enjoy and allowing them to make their own determinations As to what they want to Day starts at Olean the Long Day for the Miller family began at Olean n.y., municipal Airport when a twin engined con Vair set Down at 9 55 a m. On Board with the campaigning family were about 30 aides and newsmen. The format set at the press conference which was held on the runway seemed to set the stage for or. Millers remarks throughout the Day and then tersely summed up in his talk at veterans Square. Adhering to a strict timetable the official party hosts and other distinguished guests moved to the motorcade for the ride to downtown Olean where a Public rally had been slated. In contrast to the Good sized crowd in Bradford there were Only about 200 people gathered for the rally not too Many Mare than had greeted the candidate at the Airport. He established rapport with his audience on two particular issues the a a switchblade Issue and South Viet Nam. A these democrats talk one Way but they do not act. That is Why there is no Law and order in the streets of America and with reference to the War in Viet Nam a your boys Are sent to Battle with instructions to do enough to die but not enough to after Means mayor Edward r. Husted presented the key to the City to or. Miller the arty moved on the Castle stauriant where a reception was held prior to the scheduled luncheon at Hickey memorial i dining Hall on the St. Bonaventure Campus. A standing ovation was Given to the candidate and his family by the More than 600 supporters who crowded into Hickey Hall for the luncheon. A we done to have time for a a nibbling with so Many important issues a or. Miller said but a a nibble he did at length during his luncheon talk about his impressions of president Lyndon Johnson a and senator Hubert Humphreys acceptance speeches at the close of the democratic National convention. A the or. Johnson said he wants medicare for the aged. They said they were going to do this in 1960 but they Haven to done it yet a we republicans believe in a medicare program which is More geared to the elderly Peoples needs. We cannot get ours passed because we done to have enough votes. They cannot get theirs passed because they cannot agree among i and continued equipping. Valley gardeners visit Titusville instead of holding their regular september meeting the members of the Valley Garden club had lunch at the col. Drake hotel Titusville where they were joined by mrs. Wilford burgle formerly of Smethport. After luncheon the group visited Drake Well Park and Cross Creek Hunting a fishing preserve where Tea was served by mrs. Albert Sebring a former member of the Valley Garden cub. Guests included mrs. Thomas Harmon of Titusville and mrs. Arite Dumbarton of port Alle 6ny. Shop through the classified ads Anderson jewelry Bulova watches costume jewelry Keepsake diamonds expert watch repairing in main St., Smethport newest style sensation 100% quilted Nylon River Tible ski Parka a knit Turtle Collar a zip slash pockets a full insulated for warmth a a tar repel Lent 98 to other styles to 13.98 f. A. Farris main St., Eldred pm. 225-4716 open wad. Afternoon also Fri. Fir sat. Evenings he wants a War on poverty and i will admit he is an expert on that personally. A in 1960, he said there were 7.5 million people poverty stricken and now in 1964, he tells us there Are 35 million. Following the St. Bonaventure appearance the official party again assembled in the motorcade for the police escorted trip to Bradford. Alderman a decision sends Case to court after a hearing monday before Alderman w. Edward Arrowsmith of Bradford Arthur Colosimo also of Bradford was held for trial in Mckean county criminal court on a charge of larceny involving parking meters. The defendant posted $2,000 bail Bond. Acting police chief John Woodley of Bradford was the prosecutor and attorney Stanley i Pecora represented or. Colo i Simo. A classified ads a classified ads for Tho Bradford Era May a Laft at the off in of Tho my Koan county Democrat main St., Smethport Phona mt-5300 or at theldred Eagle office in main St., Eldrad Phona 225-4721. Try. Masser hardware first the Complete hardware store a member of 460 store buying Power for value and Quality 101 w. Main Street Smethport a phone 887-2211 notice furniture repairs and refinishing Cabinet work saws filed. Phone Walt Johnson. Smethport 887-2079. Decl2tf ditching a truck mounted Backhoe Crane service truck mounted excavating. Angle dozers and 7-yd. Scraper Wagon. Joe Kaluza amp son pm. Duke Center 58. 3-22ti women wanted part time typing at Home. $30 to $60 weekly. Send resume and hours available. Bker Box 36305, Houston Texas. 8-12,20,279-3 for Sale used Auto mechanics tools. Large assortment very Low priced. Contact c. K. Ruoff Democrat office Smethport. For rent�?4-room unfurnished apartment with Bath in Eldred. H. E. Close phone 225-4258 2tsept3-10 for sale�?8 room House bathroom Large lot Large garage. 3 room House in rear. Charles Mckee East Smethport. Phone Smethport 887-2574. 9-3 for rent�?2 apartments. Pm. Smethport. 887-5333. 2t-9-3,10 for sale�?2-family Home with Hardwood floors sunroom and i Baths on each Side. Double garage and extra building lot. I next to elementary school on Green St., Smethport. Good condition a reasonably priced. I write to Charles Partchey Box 72, Smethport. Aug20tf for Sale cantaloupes Vine ripened 5 for $1.00 com freshly picked $1 per Bushel Sweet Spanish onions 15-lb. Basket $1, or $3 per by. Tomatoes pick your own $1 per Bushel. Bring your own containers. Carl Ohman East Smethport phone 887-2738. Ltsept3 i for Sale a storm windows with Wood frames Good condition size 28x59 and 28x47 $1.00 each. Also screens 50c each and storm door. Phone Smethport 887-5393. Ltsept3 roofing service ask for free estimate re roofing repair match up roofing memorial for Sale a Kretko ready to use mixes Tanner Bros. Feed Mill a farm supplies Smethport a phone ii7-i341 monuments markers Hadfield Marble and Granite works Paul d. Comes Phona 887-2003 Smethport aluminium pre Hung storm doors $21.95 Complete an Standard Eta aluminium storm windows triple track self stoking put m a pm Quot sit $10.95 $11.95 $13.95 Good Retter Best venetian blinds put or t m�?T1 with plastic tapes $3.60 with cloth tapes $2.99 tapes and cords by Yard Herbert Shick Coryville a. Phone 225-4s2i want ads get results soy Quot be Quot during employee Lite Sale buy now save limited time Only a by $1.95 Down a 2.00 a month up to 24 months to Poy no Fin Anci charge swimming pools walks drives lawns and patios come alive in the enchanting follow of Galitis. Practical too. Galites give 24-hour Protection and Ore not attractive to insects me Mantle replacement United natural company How to be smarter than your Wile on the subject of savings Bonds of course there a question about who s smarter at your House on most subjects. But to remove any doubt is to who knows More about u. S. Savings Bonds the Treasury department presents this Little quiz. You take it first so you la know All the answers and then pop it on your spouse. Great for the morale. La series e savings Bend reaches maturity in a s years d7 % years a to years i the Money you earn from savings Bonds is exempt from state and local income taxes. A True a false a Yon have to he an american to boy u. 8. Savings Bonds. A True a false 4. Americans owned More savings Bonds in a ims a iou a ims i. Uncle Sam will Girt you a new Bond free if a you accidentally toss it in the washing machine a the neighbor s dog swallows in whole d a thief steels it 8. Its hard to redeem a savings Bond. A True a false 7. A Bond that costs $18.75 will a grow to $25 and Stop a keep on growing if you dont Cash it in 8. Ton can have somebody else boy your Bonds for you. A True a false answers l 7% yams is Correct 2. True. What a More Fedora tax on e Bond interest May be deferred until the Bond is redeemed. 8. Generally speaking True. You must be either a resident a citizen living abroad or an employee of the ., military or civilian. 4. In spite of the fact that Bond buying was nearly Universal during the War years the Correct answer is 1968. I. You re right no matter which answer you checked. 6. False. Any Bank will redeem your e Bond anytime Miter the two months holding period. 7. A series e Bond will keep growing for to years past maturity. Extension is automatic. 8. True. A perfect example is the payroll savings plan. You can buy Bonds for other people too. In fact they make excellent gifts. Amp Freedom in your setup with Savings Bonds Tho put. Toe Emmemt Ieese Pas by she Mur Mnnuwl to term Man of 10omfo be pc

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