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Daily Intelligencer, The (Newspaper) - November 21, 1982, Doylestown, PennsylvaniaSnell Metcer weather mostly with highs in the mid to upper with Easterly to winds 10 to 20 Mph. Variable cloudiness and Milder tonight. B c Complete sports Complete including coverage of the resumption of nil losses by Temple and and the awarding of bowl bids to College football teams. Page 6-7 sunday. November Bucks Mont vol 95 no 274 1962 Calkins inc experts say recovery is coming t again by Here comes the recovery. Again. Unfazed by a year of wrong most private and government forecasters Are saying the Economy will begin pulling out of the recession in the next month or so Many were almost As optimistic last Winter and Spring. New government figures released Friday said the National Economy was absolutely Flat in the july september Quarter no no sit Ting Tilers until it starts a noting ment is unlikely to recede much from the highest level in years 10 4 percent in october but analysts say the fact that interest rates have times Are almost surely coming. David a senior economist at Chase Econometrics in Bala talks of a Balling at lower rates make it cheaper for americans to buy expensive items ranging from refrigerators on up to houses. And they make it cheaper for businesses to finance storage of inventory lessening their risk in increasing production. The Way the snowball is supposed to lower rates counted with this year s tax rate Cut and the Prospect of next year s encourage Consumers to Ouy More giving producers an incentive to make Ihus requiring them to hire Back Laid off who than have Money to but More financial institutions from 9.5 percent to 0 percent. Hire even More. And on and on. Of the effect works in As apparently happened with the record High interest rates that preceded the recession. High rates can push Consumers to Cut spending and prod producers to Cut output and Lay off workers. But few expect rates to surge upward again soon. The Federal Reserve concerned about the Long has been easing its formerly tight grip on the nation s Supply of Money and and financial leaded by Lew their Rafes on it lowered its so called rate the rate at which ends Money to Banks and other better Days Robert undersecretary of can mount a recovery at this the first clearly positive month might Well be be said. Allen the data resources inc. Vice president who has spoken of the downturn As a he believe the processes for recovery Are going we Are looking for meaningful recovery in the first Quarter see snowball on Page a let valiant aircraft losing a final Rifkin sentenced Brober Bauers Calkins newspapers if you drive on route 611 in Horsham township with any it has probably happened to you. Tou re headed let s and you be just passed the main Gate of the naval air Sta Tion. Tou re behind a car with an out of state License and suddenly the Driver of that other car is jamming Down on his brakes and making a hard right onto a Little gravel Park ing lot. What caught the Driver s Eye is a display 01 rare military a Craft both prizes of War and american Plares that have been catching the eyes of millions of people since the end of world warn. The grouping of and . Aircraft has assumed landmark status in this area. The planes presence is intriguing and even to those who pass them every Day. And for out of town ers especially the former i veterans and aviation enthusiasts who happen upon it is a Chance to examine some of the last specimens of their Type in the world. But the Sun and cold have been punishing those some of them for As the f7u a grand old aviation Warrior photo by Stacey much As 40 years. And despite the efforts of volunteers who have painted and patched to keep up the planes Are falling into serious disrepair from the inside out sixteen former Navy regu Lars and acting As private Are now trying to come up with a solution for saving the planes they the likelihood of the aircraft staying at Willow Grove is said cmdr Mike the Man in charge of aircraft maintenance see group on Page a-5 f Johnny s a new awareness by the associated press a woo falling Over Iowa As Johnny Gosch s parents marked his 13th birthday without him. Two months ago he piled the sunday papers in his left on his West Des Moines newspaper route and vanished. On that Johnny became a one of children who Are abducted each year. Israeli held City ripped by explosion Lebanon a fiery explosion rocked a building in israeli occupied Eldon Satur and lebanese leaders told . Envoy Philip c. Hableb they rejected Tough new israeli conditions for a the Christian voice of Lebanon radio reported. The broadcast said an explosive charge touched off the fire in a building in 28 Miles South of Beirut. There were no reports of casualties. Tenants were evacuated from the building by according to the radio reports which said the building was next to the offices of the state run electricity company and the civil defense head quart Era. A spokesman for the israeli army in suburban Beirut told the associated press the building was privately owned and no major israeli positions were near the . Gunmen killed one israeli such As sex offenders or take Chil Dren a year. Parents in Cusi Ouy disputes abduct children a year. Only 20 percent Are Ever found of that 20 10 percent Are found alive 10 percent Are found dead. The rest Are never seen by their parents and until there has been Little recognition of the families private agony three in the the eyeballs pop open and there we Are think ing about our said screen Gosch. Will we have to face the Day we we re going to have to give Johnny s still piled with was found two blocks from his Home in a neighbourhood everybody thought was Safe mnfvifiooaa1 Otann nth his Mother thinks Johnny was forced into a stranger s car at 6 a 12 minutes after he left Home on sept 5. Don t want to believe that these things happen in Little see More on Page a-3 in Silver fraud by James e Stanton intelligence staff writer trembling and Beverly Rifkin was sentenced Friday to seven years probation and ordered to make restitution Over that period in the largest theft Case in Bucks county history. Is. President of a defunct new Hope firm that defrauded More than 350 customers of in mostly pleaded no defense before judge Isaac s garb to one count of conspiracy to commit theft by deception. Her Richard in september pleaded guilty to a number of charges resulting from the couple s defrauding customers hoping to speculate in the metals. He is awaiting sentencing Deputy District attorney Christine 0 Boyd said the couple sold mostly Silver to customers instead of storing the Metal As rest Sci it to other and speculated in commodities futures. The couple used the Money to invest in converting a Mill and to oper ate the shop county detective William Komg testified that a total ounces of Silver was brought into the shop located on South main Street barely More than 150 ounces was Ever he said is. Rifkin s Richard s in asking for probation rather than jail for his portrayed his client As baggage in the not the locomotive when is. Rifkin the propriety of what was going in the Wasserbly told the she was threatened by James Mary Ann is Rifkin s testified that James had threatened her daughter physical and when threatened kill if she went to police was always doing things behind her mrs. Abrams said would try to explain to him that what he was doing was wrong but Dick would take the Silver Back out and sell it to somebody else mrs Abrams said her daughter had lost 25 eat or and was to be alone at a year mrs. Abrams someone at her in her apartment standing before garb and speaking in a barely audible is Rifkin said she did t learn of the figures in the company s records until february several months after the firm had opened for business As the paid owner and she was earning about a is. Rifkin said us. Rifkin said she is now earning weekly in take Home pay As an office worker with an Auto firm. It was in she that the company was losing of thousands of Dollar sin the commodities is Rinklin left the company in september Auu i a. Muzii. Fore it closed. At its Peak in late Silver was Selling for More than an ounce when the shop the Price had fallen to around an ounce. Admonishing the garb said he could t understand she stood for it from the first moment this she had backed out on that she would t be Here said the judge. Good morning n udon and was claimed by a that extremist set off Wing of an group Tat land to a car a emf that destroyed the israeli ail tar Headquarters to Smet Tyre last us Teti israelis. B 7 j mow Southeast of a carbons wounded two business fitness business various studies show that fit employees Are Good for the company balance Sheet the Central Bucks Myca is offering two fitness programs to and other gyms and spas Are cashing in on the fitness craze Page do the new male look for Spring to the fashion it s already and a Breezy line of clothing will be available to men in 1983 male fashions Nave never been More More colourful or and the changes far exceed the traditional waxing and wan ing of Lapel and tie widths Pagec-1 a time bomb ticking away understating and antiquated ideas have All combined to create a critical situation in american prisons experts say violence is not Only possible but probable As prison populations continue to grow Page a-7 Andropov s Power growing Yun v Andropov May Wear two fats in his new regime following the death of Leonid i according to soviet because he appears to have the inside track As party president As Well As Brezhnev s former position As party Secretary Page a-3 Pope denounces violence Pope John Paul on denounces the violence blooding the streets of after gunmen shoot four More victims Page a-3 sports the nil resumes play and eagles coach Dick Vermeil does t know what to expect in College football Temple hot its last game under coach Wayne Hardin to fast while Perm had to Settle a share of the Ivy league Crown after losing to Cornell. Perm state will meet Georgia in the sugar 5 t cd West Defeated North Perm to notch its fifth consecutive Victory in other Bux Mont league football Souderton trimmed cd fast upper Moreland recorded a winning blanking lower 23-0. won the state Ioc Certitil in 10 overtimes. Pageb-2-3-4 in furs taken in store owner struck by gunman two one armed with a stole More than in furs in a Holdup Friday afternoon at Lichtenstein routes 306 and Montgomeryville. The two men also robbed four store employees and two custom ers of their and one of the men hit the owner of the store Over the fracturing his Skull. Montgomery township police said Samuel Lichtenstein was taken to North Penn Hospital by the Volunteer medical service of Lansdale and then transferred to Abington memorial Hospital. A Hospital spokesman said Lichten Stern was in satisfactory condition with a compound fracture of the Skull and lacerations police said the robbery occurred at . When the two men entered the store posing As customers after a few police one of the men pulled a gun and forced Lichtenstein and his employees and two female customers into a Back room where they were told to lie Down on the floor. Police said the Man then forced them to remove their jewelry. The second police remained in the show coir removing the furs the first Man then took the customers and employees from Thi Back room into a Small bathroom on the Way to the police Lichtenstein to trip a burglar alarm. The Mai with the police i Lichtenstein Over the head will the gun. Police estimated that More tha in furs was taken in the but a full inventory not yet completed. My o 01 Matt Clit co r m c Immi m7.fl m in Marvin e. Ellis newspaper executive Marvin e. Ellis Marvin e. Vice president of development for news papers which publishes the Dally and sunday died thursday of a heart attack. He was m. Calkins newspapers also publishes five other laity new spa including the Bucks county courier the Montgomery record and the Burlington county times. An am Jogger and or. Bills of b Laurel went jogging and was found at . Lying unconscious near a jogging track in Alverton according to Alverton police chief Thomi Gilbert. Or. Ellis was wearing running he said. When a Alverton patrol i arrived at the two River to firemen were attempting administer Carlo Pul Monai Bills was taken by the palmy ambulance squad to memorial i vision where he was pronounce dead at . He is survived by his Wolf Shirley Calkins and of Bradley a see Marvin on Page

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