TWO TIMES-MiRROR, WEDNESDAY, JULY I 5,'195* Despondent Man Excites Crowd At Hotel Emery 'WARREN,~P A ,i Resident Wins Television Set According to an Associs/ted ?ress dispatch from Bradford a •Ionian Catholic priest and two aff-duty policemen stopped a ?4-year-old unemployed man from jumping from a sixth floor ledge of the Hotel Emery in that city Tuesday evening. Francis T. Fenton of Bradford, who said he was despondent over marital difficulties, threatened to jump to his death Tuesday night. Police Chief Adorno J. Palaz- letti and Patrolman John F. roloslmo, both off duty and out uniform, climbed to the roof end began talking with Fenton. Later, the Rev. Frederick P. Reilly, assistant pastor at St. Bernard's Church, a few blocks away, joined the policemen. Chief Palazzettl said FathcV Reilly had convinced Fenton he ihould not jump, but Fenton lost his nerve as he tried to climb down from the ledge. Colosimo grabbed Fenton’s trouser leg and jerked him to safety us .is swayed toward tlio gtrec... Firemen u. ere waiting on the *treet below with life nets in case Fenton should fall. A j crowd of some 400 spectators lined the nearby streets and a imall park watching the suspenseful drama. Dist. Atty. Glenn E. Mencer ; »aid Fer.ton would be placed j ander psychiatric care. Enrollment Open For Shorthand Course Course in "AEC Shorthand in One Week," taught at Chautauqua since 1948, Is offered «.gain next w e e k and every veek until August 30 at the School for Adult Education in Chautauqua, N.Y. Those interested may register any day from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., and Saturday from 9 a.m. to 12:00 noon at Kellogg Hall. Classes meet daily for one week from 9:15 to 10:10 a.m. The system, rapid writing, was invented by M. E. Zinman, formerly chairman of shorthand j department of Theodore Roose- ; velt High school in New York. It. is now taught at Brooklyn College, New York; Flint Junior College, Mich.; and in adult centers throughout U.S. Interested prosepctive students may write M. E. Zin- , man, Box 386, Chautauqua, N.Y. for further information. An. K. R. Fowler, 14 Oak street, receives a portable RCA TV set from J. Clifford Johnson, of Masterson Transfer Company, 805 Lexington avenue, a prize she won for having the best local entry in the Mayflower Pan American Hawaii-Orient tour contest. She is also entitled to compete for the regional prize of an all-expense trip for two, via Pan American Airways to Hawaii and the grand prize of a three weeks all-expense tour for two to Hawaii, Japan, Hong Kong and Manila. The contest has been sponsored by the Mayflower Warehousemen'* Association and its members throughout the United States and Canada. The Masterson Transfer Company owned by J. Clifford Johnson and J. Stuart Johnson, is celebrating its 25th year as a Mayflower agent. — Timesphoto by Shattuck. Farming Areas in State In Need of A Soaking Rain HARRISBUR G(AP) — Pennsylvania’s farming areas need some soaking rain to restore soil moisture, the State Crop Reporting Service said Tuesday. It added that every week of below normal precipitation from now until the first frost will be damaging to the state’s crops. Other developments reported by the Agriculture Department agency: “Early varieties of apples are now coming to market from south central and eastern counties. Freestone peaches are beginning to turn color, and the sour cherry harvest is well under way in Erie County, pushed to fast maturity-by ideal weather. “Stake tomatoes from the Lancaster-York areas are moving in volume to the stores, ans sweet corn has started volume movement later than normal this year. “Beets, cabbage, cucumbers and snap beans are available from the Wyoming Valley and other central and southeast areas. Erie County boasts a snap bean harvest at its peak with ideal conditions. “Cigar filler tobacco is off to a good start and making fast growth.” Observer Plans Trip Down the Allegheny According to an Associated Press dispatch from Pittsburgh River Forecaster Vernon Houghton, a frequent visitor to Warren, is goinf te bs unusually interested in the Allegheny river the next week or two. “Where the flow is slow he’ll have to row!" Houghton and a friend plan to start next week on a boat trip down the river from Red House, N. Y., to a point just upstream from Pittsburgh. Along the way he’ll look over areas often flooded when the Allegheny is out of control. Thursday Is circus Day Times Topics WARREN VETERANS Thursday evening at 8:30, members of Warren VFW Post 631 will meet in regular session in Post rooms at 343 Pennsylvania avenue west. KINZUA PARK A Harrisburg dispatch says the House State Government Committee on Tuesday approved acquisition of the Kinsua Bridge area in McKean county for a state park. No appropriation was provided in the measure, which was sent to the floor for further consideration. Young G.O.P. Favors Lowering Voting Age HARRISBURG (AP) - Pennsylvania’s Young Republicans want their party’s legislative leaders to support a bill to allow 18-year-olds to vote. In a statement Tuesd?* Thomas H. Mclfftosh, chairman of the group, said: “We believe there are several good reasons for extending voting privileges to this group. Not the least of these is the excellant in struction in government and civic responsibilities that high school students receive in our state’s secondary schools.” A proposed constitutional amendment granting the vote to 18-year- olds has passed the House and is in Senate Committee. It has already passed one siession of the legislature and if approved by the Senate, the question will be placed on the ballot in the November election. Shorts DURHAM, N.C. (AP)—A check from Beatrice Unthank was received in the tax collector’s office here but the tax collector couldn’t accept it. Mrs. Unthank lives in Durham, N.Y. The check is being returned to her. Oklahoma was admitted to the union in 1907. BUT Ü. a. SAVINGS BONDS Warren youngsters at YMCA camp at Cornplanter, located between Kinxua and Ludlow, will see these Indians when they visit the Y camp during week of July 19-26. The Indians are from Oi-His-Tah, Onoville, New York Indian village. Full round of activities have been planned for the campers who will be living with nature for a week in heart of Allegheny National Forest. CHILD HEALTH CENTER j Iring Your fafey To 1« Weighed and Measured Thursday from 1 to 2 P. M. CITY BUILDING Appointed Jamestown Plant General Manag: Kenmore • Whirlpool • Berdix • Maytag ANDEREGG AUTOMATIC WASHER SERVICE Afl Washer* 6 V 2 WATER ST. Dryers Phone RA 3-28GO Day or Night Answering WHITE WAY DRIVE-IN THEATRE 4 Mi. W. of Warren, Pa. on Route 6 II TODAY—THURSDAY—FRIDAY BULLWHIP” NEVER LOVE A STRANGER Show Time: 9:00 P. M. Show Time I 1:00 P.M. GATE OPENS AT 8:30 P. M. Goodies Galore of our concession bar Free playground for the kiddies Swings, slides, merry-go-round, ferris wheel GASOLINE INCIDENT Down at Kittanning a tanker track scraped the Bide of the Armstrong County court house Tuesday spilling several hundred gallons of gasoline onto the streets. Firemen washed the fuel into a draining Bystem, but residents were told to open windows and cover sewers as a precaution against the gasoline fumes escaping into their homes.. LOS ANGELES (AP)—Lt. Col. James G. Taylor, who once taught a young cadet named Dwight D. Eisenhower at West Point, will be buried today. He died Saturday at 74. DENTIST DIES SUDDENLY Dr. James H. Caccamise, 59, of 341 Cole ave., Jamestown, prominent dentist there, died at 7 p.m. Tuesday unexpectedly at his home. The fire dept, was called for resuscitator help. Dr. Caccamise graduated from University of Buffalo School of Dentistry in 1922. His dental office has long been at 34 North Main st. He was the father of Mrs. Carl F. Sanford, wife of Jamestown’s mayor. MOUNT AIRY, N.C. (AP) - A Caa, Va., farmer, stung several times on the head and face Tuesday by wasps was dead on arrival at a hospital here. The Victim, Isaac Arlis Jones, 37, disturbed the wasp nest while plowing. HOLLYWOOD (AP) — William F. Broidy, 44, producer of the Wild Bill Hickok television series, died Tuesday after a long illness Survivors include his widow, brother, Steve, president of Allied Artists Productions. COOPEPwSTOWN, N.Y. (AP) Alfred Guy, 21, who escaped from the county Jail on the bicycle of the sheriffs daughter, was recaptured Tuesday when a state trooper recognized him at a bus station in Binghamton. Guy was under 180 days sentence for driving an unregistered vehicle. TODAY thru FRIDAY At 2:05- 5:40.9:20 PLUS! irS A CRIME IF YOU MISS IT! T om Mickey Fwcif R ooney Mckey Swaugh^sssv vm M errill ^ A NICE little BANK T hat should IE ROMEO ■m C inhma S cop S At 4:10-7:45 COMING SATURDAY Ntrs|: berg ha* been with Royal Metal organization since 1954, beginning as an industrial consultant. A year later he was named vice president and general manager at DeLuxe, also a division of Royal. Under his guidance, DeLuxe has become the second larges: manufacturer of steel shelving products in the country. Amot plant in Jamestown, manufactures modular office || furniture and partitioning. The 1 only with two "4 product line is a leader in its 2:30 and 8:00 p field. Mr. Gofberg and his family SUES AMBULANCE DRIVER An Oil City man whose car was damaged in a crash with a St. Vincent Hospital ambulance filed suit against the ambulance driver in Common Pleas Court at Erie Monday. Allen G. Stanford of Oil City brought the action against John Schon- thaler, seeking to recover $813 car damages. Stranford’s car was struck by the ambulance and he charges the driver was negligent. Miss Della Robinson, aerialist sensation, will be featured with Hagen Bx'os. three-ring circus exhibiting at Warren Airport Thursday. Show will be here one day performances, m. Doors will open one hour earlier. The show will arrive in War- wili continue to maintain their i ren a 7 a. m. Thursday, com- residence at 201 Quaker Rd. "Mï ê : míkí'-'íyí '<• Bernard Gofberg Bernard Gofberg, vice president and genei-al manager of ; DeLuxe Metal Products Com] pany, has been appointed General Manager of Amot, Jamestown division of Royal Metal I Mfg. Co. The announcement came from L Bleecker, vice president of ; personnel for the parent com| pany. It was pointed out that Mr. Gofberg’s appointment is in addition to his present managerial responsibilities. 1 A native of Philadelphia, Gof- Revised State Figures Slice Aid to Schools HARRISBURG (AP)—Senate Republicans want to know why newly revised state figures on real estate valuation are going to slice state aid for most school districts by 7 million dollars in the next two years. Members of the State Tax Equalization Board have been asked to give the explanation at the Senate GOP caucus next Tuesday. Rep. Albert W. Johnson, House Republican floor leader, charged politics in the board's latest revision of the market value of real estate in Pennsylvania. “Rural school districts will be losing out while Philadelphia and Pittsburgh will gain under the new report,” he told the Associated Press. “Our members are plenty burned up about it." The situation came to light Tuesday with a breakdown by the Pennsylvania State School Directors Assn. of the effect on schools of recent findings made by the ing from Bradford. Leaving here tomorrow night, they will have a one-day stand at Oil City. Included in the show, sponsored here by Warren Jaycees, are cages of animals, aerialists, jugglers, clowns, acrobats, wire walkers. Also two pageants, spectacular Spangleland and Circo-Rama with special music and wardrobe. Death defying laddies with their unsupported ladders, will be shown, as will marvel of 20th century, Tanit Ikad, East Indian Mystic. NEW SUPERINTENDENT The Port Allegany Union School District board Monday night elected Albert R. Skelton Jr. associate superintendent for three years. Directors also approved a $694,056 budget for 1959-60, increasing the millage by five. Mr. Skelton, who served as high school principal at Port Allegany from 1953 to 1957, succeeds Levi H. Snader, who died of a heart attack in April. Since March, 1957, Mr. Skelton has been principal of Grove Qty Senior High School. CRUSHED TO DEATH RUFFSDALE, Pa. (AP)— Dale McCusker, 24, of Scottdale, was crushed to death by a highlift which upset on Route 119 near this Wrestmoreland County town Tuesday. McCusker, an employe of the State Highways Dept., was operating the highlift. STOLEN CAR RETURNED Kane-based State Police have reported the recovery of a new Olds convertible which had been stolen at Olean, N. Y., early Saturday. The vehicle, partially stripped and with license plates removed, was found on an earth road in Wetmore Township near East Kane. A sum of money left in the glove compartment of the car was taken. As a result of the car being driven across the state line, the FBI, has been notified and is making an area check for suspects in the theft. board. Board figures are used by law as the basis for determining state aid to schools. 4th ANNUAL SPECTACLE OF MUSIC Sponsored by: AMERICAN LEGION POST 135, WARREN, PA. & THE CORNPLANTERS 5 OF THE COUNTRY'S TOP COMPETING DRUM CORPS —$1600 PRIZE MONEY WAR MEMORIAL FIELD - SATURDAY. AUGUST 1. 1959 HURRY—RESERVE YOUR SEAT NOW-DOHT WAIT e '™ e a “", ij? RESERVED SEAT TICKETS NOW ON SALE ONLY AT WAXMAN’S FURNITURE STORE—Warren, Pa. CORYDON IN JOINTURE Bradford Era: Corydon Twp. School District became the fourth member of the Bradford Area Joint School System Monday night when jointure directors unanimously voted to accept .he district’s petition for active membership, retroactive to July 6. Although by far the smallest political unit in the system originally formed by Bradford City and Bradford and Foster Twp. schools, the Corydon district will have one director as an additional member of the nine-man Joint Committee. Directors of the Joint Board in separate action lent impetus to plans for the proposed new Junior High School when they authorized purchase of the Lorana Ave. Ext. plot on which they had obtained options. The Oil rights will be bought from the South Penn Oil Co. for $24,000 and the land from the Melvin Estate for $36,000, a total cost of $60,000 for the site. Birth Record At Maternity Mr. and Mrs. Chester Spran- dle, 206 Second street, Sheffield, ¿a son July 14. MrPand Mrs'. Earl B. Brown, Pittsfield, a son July 14. HARTFORD, Conn. (AP)—Serving without pay, 40 to 60 National Guard volunteers in Army uniforms are going to help state police in direting weekend traffic on Connecticut highways. State Police Commissioner Leo J. Mulcahy said they will have the power of arrest BOSTON (AP) — The House of Representatives Tuesday night defeated 168-50 a bill to abolish the death penalty in Massachusetts. At the Hospital Admitted Tuesday Frank Briggs, RD Bear Lake William Erickson, 118 Water Mrs. Shirley Dunn, Sheffield Mst. Kim Johnson, Ludlow Deborah Kifer, Sheffield Mst. Bob Kifer, Sheffield Patricia Praetzel, Youngsville Benjamin M. Malec, RD 2, Warren Mrs. Frances Work, 120 St. Clair Mst. Mark Schaeffer, 35 Hillview Drive Discharged Tuesday George Boyer, RD 2, Warren Mrs. Evelyn Cooper, 9 B. South Joan Erik, Sheffield Mst. John Erik, Sheffield Merle H. Evenue, 312 Chestnut Mrs. Virginia Haggerty, Pine Blvd, RD 1, Warren Paul Lawrence, 201 Alexander Mrs. Twila Littlefield, RD 1, Clarendon Mrs. Anna McCool, Sheffield Mrs. Ruth Mickelson. RD 2, WHTY&Ti Mrs. Rachel Nichols, West Hickory Mrs. Marian Page, 31 S. South Mrs. Nina Patchen, 414 Hickory Mrs. Barbara Allen and baby boy, 46 Locust Mrs. Linda Genberg and baby boy, 308 Laurel Mrs. Eileen Price and b&oy girl, 307 Market Mrs. Jennie Sibble and baby boy, 203 Jefferson Mrs. Wilma Tannler and baby girl, 16 Bradley VVWM%Wf* * bedding & Y/rhen Ornta *um_no» & E quipment 22S Uberry St. > Phone: RA 3-2180 'MHUiMUilUm'V t W*>- Wedding Designs, Funeral Baskets, Sprays Virg-Ann Flower Shop 231 PM.n o Ave., Ph.: 3-5760 WE DELIVER \ CaldivelVs QUALITY . LADIES APPAREL COLUMBIA THEATRE »LP». i Seplic Tanks Cleaned; Prompt Servie# JAMES B. THOMPSON f RA 3-9510 or RA 3-3548# NEW GAS RANGES 79.00 up Installed Free Bottled Gas-Natural Got M. L. Satf erlund 432 Penna. A»e , W. LASTS ALL YEAR LONG IN SNAPSHOTSI . ht-pdquorfon foI Kodak *iros • ^qUiprnfrrt. • Mm BARNES BARNES—Mr. and Mrs. Ray Urich and son, Scotty, of Venus, spent Sunday here with her parents, Mr. and Mr». Wayne Whitton. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dotterer, Rimersburg, have been guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Hover. Mr. and Mrs. Millard Blake, Jamestown, spent the weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Serrill Grubbs. Mrs. Gordon Eck and children left Sunday to spend the remainder of the summer, until school begins, with her husband, who Is employed in Johnstown. Mr. and Mrs. Van Taylor and two children, of Pittsburgh, are McIntosh Studio? 342 Po. Ave., W. Warte«, P«í guests this week at the home5 of| Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Grubbs* Members of the local MetlvJ odist Sunday school, with their| families, will have a picnic at* Wildcat Park in Ludlow at 6:30* p. m. July 23, each family tol bring a tureen and table serv-i ice. Transportation will be* provided from the church for» those who have no other mean a J of getting to the park. Fourteen relatives enjoyed a! picnic supper Saturday even-j ing at the home of Mrs. D. R.| Titus. Out of town guests werej Mr. and Mrs. Milton Titus and< family, Bradford :1 Mr. and Miv Dean Titus, New Haven, Coon.
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