Headlines from the Past

Staff Writer

Kane Republican Headlines from the Past – Week of November 5, 1965

Red Bridge- Nine Miles and Two Years (?) North of Kane
Here is a picture of the constantly changing scene at Red Bridge, nine miles north of Kane, where the Oblock Construction Company is advancing work on first replacement segment of Route 321 north from Kane to Route 59 near Marshburg.
At a conference this week, it was reported that half of the Kane to Red Bridge road will be completed in 1966, the remainder, a four mile section from Kane north, in 1967.

Hotel Reavley is Sold
Sale of the Reavley Hotel at 129 Fraley St by members of the Maljovec family to Frank Onuffer, former Sheffield resident who has been operating the business, was confirmed today.
The three-story brick hotel building was constructed after the turn of the century by Patrick Durbin during the glass-railroad and lumbering era.

Two Power Teams in Season Finale – Expect Huge Crowd to See Warriors, Wolves Battle
The Kane Wolves and the Salamanca Warriors, two of the finest football teams in the history of each school, clash on the senior high school athletic field here Saturday afternoon, starting at 1:30, in the final game of the year for each squad.
Barring very bad weather, such as an unexpected snowstorm, a huge crowd is expected to watch this struggle.

Twelve Survived First Squad Cut in Kane Hi Basketball
Twelve boys have survived the first squad cut of pre-season basketball practice at Kane Area Union Senior High School.
The squad will be bolstered Monday when boys now on the football squad receive physical examinations and report for practice, including Jim Espin, John Street and Jim Zampogna.

Aircraft is Forced Down Near Ludlow
An Ohio pilot of a “hot” M20 single engine plane made a forced landing 2 ½ mileds northeast of Ludlow at 4:20 yesterday afternoon when he ran into a solid wall of water and extreme disturbances from the severe electrical storms.

Ten-Hour Power Blackout Ends in Eight Northeast States and Canada – Lights Came on in Manhattan at 3:35 am After Nation’s Worst Power Breakdown
Officials of the publicly owned Ontario Hydroelectrical Power Commission blame “an electrical disturbance” somewhere in northern New York for the outage.