The News-Herald from Franklin, Pennsylvania on April 19, 1956 · Page 12
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12 THE NEWS-HERALD Franklin and Oil City, Pa. Thursday, April 19, 1956 Check Received For Authority; Funds Invested TITUSVILLE - Final financial Arrangements on the bond issue for the city's new sewage treatment plant were completed yesterday by Municipal Authority officials in Pittsburgh. Four members of the group delivered the bonds to the Mellon National Bank and Trust Co., trustees for the issue, according to Herbert E. Varnum, Authority solicitor. In turn, the Authority received $750,000 for the bonds, but only got a glimpse of the check since the money was quickly invested. Dr. C. M. Sonne, chairman; J. J. O'Shea, vice chairman; and W, A. Bloom, secretary, were the other members of the Authority who took part in the transactions. An estimated $670,000 of the total received for the bonds was invested in government notes, This working capital will draw two per cent interest, or between $3,000 and $4,000 per year, the solicitor explained. The remainder of the total sum will be held by the Pittsburgh bank and the Authority will draw from it to pay contracting costs when the need arises. The invested money will be withdrawn as additional funds are required. The bonds were sold on February 27 to Moore, Leonard and Lynch, a Pittsburgh bond house. The average net interest cost is 3.17 per cent over a 30-year period. Tif usville Teachers Elect New Officers TITUSVILLE - Jack Dile, industrial arts teacher at the Main Street School, was elected to the presidency of the Titusville Area Teachers' Association at the organization's recent business meeting in the Junior High School auditorium, Miss Ellagcne Morgan, music supervisor, in charge of choral activities, was elected vice president. Miss Erma Green, kindergarten teacher at Elm Street School, was named secretary, and William Hel-frich, science teacher at Cole- stock, will continue for another year in his present capacity as treasurer. He has held that office for the past two years. Mr. Dile, who lives at 421 East Spruce Street, has been teaching in the local system since September, 1948. He has for a number of years served as chairman of various committees within the local PSEA and the past two years has been the building representative on the executive committee. Plans were made for the annual teachers' banquet to be held' May 10 at the Hydetown Area School, with the event honoring the retiring teachers of the local system. Those who are closing out their days as full-time educators in the Titusville Area District will be Miss Blanche Ross, second grade teacher and principal of Colestock Annex, and Mrs. Linna Colbert, home economics teacher in the high school. Crawford County Group Holds Election TITUSVILLE - Mrs. Emory Schneider of 408 East Main Street was re-elected secretary of t h e Crawford County Tuberculosis and Health Society at the 27th annual meeting in Meadville yesterday. Mrs. Schneider and Evan G. Swanson represented Titusville at the meeting. Among directors elected to three-year terms were Mrs. M. A. Fisher, Mrs. C. B. Stegner, Mrs. James B. Stevenson, Evan G. Swanson and Robert Newell of Titusville. Other officers re-elected were C. Ford Adamson, president; Mrs. Harvey Kreitz and Mrs. G. Sund-back vice presidents; and W. C. Arthur, treasurer. Other directors elected to three-year terms were W. C. Arthur, D. S. E. Hoke, Mrs. L. D. Mc-Clean, W. P. Norton,, Mrs. G. Sandrock of Meadville; Mrs Lloyd Saunders of Centerville; Mrs. Harvey Kreitz of Cambridge Springs; Mrs. Lawrence Lowing and Dr. T. H. Walker of Linesville; Mrs. Lenore Smith of Cochranton. Members voted to send resolutions of sympathy to the families of late directors Lee M. Green of Titusville and Dr. M. J. Zacks of Conneautville. Reports were given by the secretary, the treasurer, the executive committee and the nominating committee. 65 Cameras Stolen TOKYO UP-Police are holding Akira Ito, 35, who confessed he stole 65 cameras worth nearly $3,900 because he needed money to support his four mistresses and their four children. Decision Due June 1 1 On Blue Jean Issue TIONESTA A verdict over the explosive blue jean issue has been postponed until June 11 following dismissal of school for summer va cation. During a court hearing here yesterday, an estimated 18 witnesses testified during the session. Judge Alexander C. Flick of Warren County, sitting as a court of equity in Forest County Common Pleas Court, heard testimony for two hours in the morning and most of the afternoon on the West Forest High School case. Two Forest County associate judges also sat on the bench. Arthur Rowe of Jamiesou Station, who is sparkplugging the parents' fight against school officials to permit girls to wear jeans, said he was pleased with the hearing. But, he exclaimed, "If we don't win the case this time, we'll take it to Superior Court!" Attorney Gerald McGill of the law firm of McGill & McGill of Oil City represented the group of parents who are fighting the West Forest Joint School Board ban on the wearing of blue jeans, pedal pushers, slacks and Bermuda shorts to school by high school girls. The ban went into effect the first of the year. Some girls defied it but were not permitted to attend classes. For the board, W. Scott Calder-wood of the Warren law firm of Alexander, Clark & Mervine led the defense. Attorney McGill said he was prepared to present his brief but that the board's attorney did not have his ready at the time. The judges gave Attorney Calderwood five days to file his brief. AIRGUIDE FISHING BAROMETER Forecasts Fishing Conditions Tells you where and when to fish. : when th fish nri ! nwf.y' w hitinnl KJinf r. O. '..-mi0 fWJr ' "vv" wm iSls tic case. KL DVANJJ 31M3TH FRANKLIN JEWELRY COMPANY 215 SENECA ST. OIL CITY The parents sought to file an injunction against the board to make it lift its ban, They thought the board's action was "arbitrary" rather than reasonable." M. A. Carringer of Tionesta had been called in originally by the board to handle the case, but he reportedly acted only as counsel today. He declined to comment on the case. Mr. Rowe said an estimated six witnesses testified for the board, and eight adults and four 13-year-old girls for the parents. The main arguments for the parents presented, he said, were that jeans were warmer in winter, more economical, easier to take care of than dresses and more appropriate for winter. The board witnesses, who included district high school principals as well as teachers, maintained that dresses were more feminine and that the schools should teach girls to be young ladies and not tomboys, Mr. Rowe said. The court room was not as full as had been expected, but a large number of parents both for and against the ban were present. Obituary Richard W. Morris TITUSVILLE - Rev. Richard Shannon Graham conducted the funeral service for Richard W. Morris yesterday at the Tracy Home of Funerals. For burial in Woodlawn Ceme tery the pallbearers were Edward Slagter, D. P, Clark, Peter Laskos, Spicer Kelly, Walter Lynch and Howard Booth. Attending the service from out of town were Mrs. Peggy Nabor, Edward Nabor and Jack Cratty of Parker. Members of the Titusville Eagles, the Eagles Ladies Bowl ing League and employes of the Forge Works machine shop called in groups & the funeral home. Crawford County $3 Per Capita Tax Approved by Board MEADVILLE - The S3 Dor capita tax for Crawford County, which was suggested in lieu of an occupation tax has received final approval by the Board of Commissioners. The new lew raises the countv millage to five, and four mills are for the institution district tax. The group also approved the Oscar R. Mclntyre TITUSVILLE - Oscar R. Mclntyre, 78, retired Erie Railroad signal maintainer, died suddenly of a heart attack Tuesday evening at his home at Corry, RD 4. He was the father of a local resident. He had been in apparent good health until the attack. Born in Freehold Township on October 27, 1877, Mr. Mclntyre was reared there and in Columbus Township On Dec. 24, 1896, he married Lottie Belle Drake who died on May 12, 1911. On Dec. 24, 1912, he married Elsie May MacLean in Warren, who survives. From 1913 until 1926 1956 budget which had been given tentative approval on March 9. Since no inquiries had been made by taxpayers during the budget public inspection period, Chief Clerk John R. Beauchat said no changes had been made in the original budget figures. the couple lived in Corry. They moved to Jamestown at that time and lived there until Mr. Mcln-tyre's retirement in 1944. Besides his wife, he leaves the following children; Harold Mclntyre of Titusville, Robert of Corry, RD 2, Sibley of Corry, Roger of Jamestown, Merle Mclntyre of Falconer, N. Y., Mrs. Bessie Hall-quist of Jamestown and Mrs. Iola Upton of Helmuth, N. Y.; 23 grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren; and one brother, E. A. Mclntyre of Erie. A son, Spencer, died in November, 1934. Friends may call at the Bracken Funeral Home in Corry. John II. Dingman TITUSVILLE - John H. 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