Headlines from the Past

Staff Writer

Kane Republican Headlines From the Past – Week of March 24, 1956

Seven More Arrests In Kane Dog Drive
The steady, systematic eradication of unlicensed dogs in Kane borough continues with seven more arrests for harboring unlicensed dogs reported in the drive this week.

Rose Brothers Win Sales Recognition By Frigidaire Corp.
Rose Radio & Electric, of Kane, again have scored as one of the most alert businesses in the field of electrical appliances and as an exclusive Frigidaire dealers in Kane have earned high commendation from that company.

Bonnie Weirich, Stella Zarnick Rack Up Top Scores in Girls League
Bonnie Weirich and Stella Zarnick had brilliant nights last week in the Ladies Bowling League as the very good Superior Cleaners team opened up a commanding 12 point first place lead.

NIT And NCAA Championship Squads Won’t Clash
The crying shame of this basketball season would seem to be that NCAA champion San Francisco and NIT champ Louisville won’t meet each other-as they would have in other Olympic years.
The rules have been changed for this year’s Olympic tryout tourney at Kansas City April 2-4. Instead of champion teams, the colleges will be represented by a hand-picked squad of 14 “all-stars”, who will compete against a similar squad from the armed forces and the one-two teams from the National AAU tournament.

Call Mass Meeting On Kinzua Dam April 5
One of the greatest changes in the history of Kane and this region, through the proposed giant Kinzua Flood Control dam, moves a big step forward on Wednesday, April 5 with a mass meeting at Warren.

St Callistus Poetry Winners Announced
Winners of the annual Catholic poetry contest held recently at St Callistus school were announced today by Miss Rosemary Kelley, chairman of the Youth committee of Court Callistus 66, Catholic Daughters of America, which sponsored the project and acted as judges of the entries.
Winners included Patricia Millard, Carmen Chavez, Michael Bucheit, James Carley, Ronnie Zampogna and Nancy Bizzak.

President’s Golf Game “Much Better” Tuesday
President Eisenhower played 12 more holes on golf Tuesday- and did “much better” than on Monday, according to golf champ “Slammin” Sammy Snead.

Bradford Journal Sponsoring “Exciting Weekend” Vacation Trip to New York City
2 Days – 2 Nites for only $34.25
Includes Train trip, taxi to hotel, room, with bath, at Governor Clinton Hotel
Luncheon at Rockefeller Center, 3 hour yacht trip and Sunday afternoon sightseeing tour, including Chinatown, Harlem and United Nations Headquarters.