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Daily Review (Newspaper) - April 3, 1986, Towanda, PennsylvaniaTwo a the daily review thursday april 3. 1988 Market bounces Back prices close mixed new York apr the Stock Market bounced Back from an Early sell off to finish mixed wednesday. Analysts attributed the markets swings to shifting views of the Outlook for world Oil prices. The Dow Jones average of 30 industrials Down More than 12 Points in Early trading was up 5.15 at 1,795.26 by the close. Volume on the new York Stock Exchange slowed to 145.30 million shares from 167 39 million tuesday. Oil prices Rose in Early trading wednesday continuing an upswing that began tuesday on reports that vice president Bush said he would express concern to the saudi arabian government about the prospective effects of the recent drop in the Oil Market. That was taken As evidence that the United states would try to use its influence to stabilize Oil prices. . Bush not going to beat up saudis Washington apr Reagan administration officials on wednesday sought to dispel the notion that vice president George Bush a Mission to the Middle East this weekend will be one of a beating up on the saudis to achieve Oil production curbs. White House spokesman Larry Speakes said in Santa Barbara calif., that Bush instead a will emphasize the . View that Market forces should establish world Oil Price and in Washington a senior administration official who agreed to be interviewed on condition of anonymity said a we believe in the free Market and have no intention of pressuring the saudis on Oil Price policy. Speakes said Bush also expressed this viewpoint in a news conference in Washington on tuesday but parts of his statements a were picked out that could have led to a misunderstanding of the vice presidents viewpoint and the presidents Tutu Calls for sanctions against Africa Johannesburg South Africa apr Bishop Desmond Tutu risking arrest for treason said wednesday that Only harsh economic sanctions can Force the White government to change its course and Avert a a catastrophe in this the Black anglican Bishop said he realized he might be prosecuted for making his first direct Call for sanctions but said he did not care because a your children Are dying our land is burning and bleeding. A a i Call the International Community to apply punitive sanctions against this government to help us establish a new South Africa non racial democratic participatory and just a he said. Tutu the Bishop of Johannesburg who won the 1984 Nobel peace prize for his eloquent opposition to apartheid did not recommend specific sanctions but said they should be punitive coordinated and immediate. How to Contact us. To advertise subscribe or report news Call either our main office in Towanda at 717-265-2151 or our Valley Branch office at 717-888-9652. Valley area callers can also reach our Towanda office toll free by calling 717-888-4400. Mail for our main office should be addressed to 116 main st., Towanda pa., 18848. Our Valley office address is 138 Lockhart st. Sayre pa., 18840. Our advertising circulation and business offices at Towanda Are open from 8 . Until 5 . Weekdays and from 8 . Until noon on saturdays. Our Valley office is open from 8 30 . Until 5 . On weekdays. Our Towanda newsroom is generally manned from 9 . Until 1 ., monday through Friday and from 6 . Until 1 . Sunday nights. Valley news personnel can usually be reached at our Valley office Between 9 . And 5 . Weekdays. The daily review can be delivered by Carrier in Many towns for $1.45 a week. Motor route delivery is available in much of Central Bradford county at $1.55 per week. Single copies Are available at most Newsstands for 25. Mail rates can be obtained by calling our circulation department. The daily review is published daily except sunday and some holidays by the Towanda printing company. The newspaper has served Bradford and Sullivan counties and the Southern tier of new York state since 1879. Filipinos end their strike at . Naval base Subic naval base Philippines apr filipino workers Tore Down their barricades wednesday outside the largest overseas . Navy base and ended a 12-Day strike that had forced the diversion of a five ship flotilla and strapped nearby businesses. More than 1,200 militant strikers at Subic held out a Day longer than workers at Clark air base and six smaller . Military installations. Leaders of the Subic picket line agreed wednesday evening to go along with a Compromise settlement reached the Day before however and the barricades of logs rocks and Metal Grill work came Down. The militants retired on a note of Defiance. A this is not the end of the Strug Gle of filipino workers a said Larry Salazar a Leader of the Union representing 22,000 workers who struck All the bases. A the next time we barricade the Gates we will make sure the organizational weaknesses Are a we have reached the limitations of our Power a he told the associated press after announcing the leaders decision to the strikers. He said the . Military and philippine government would not recognize the militants so a there is no Point in us remaining at the night shift workers entered Subic soon after the barricades were dismantled. Businessmen in the nearby City of a la Ugapo who lost an estimated $1.2 million during the strike had brought increasing pressure on the strikers to allow american servicemen off the grounds. Losses to More than 300 bars restaurants and other businesses around Clark were estimated at $1 million. Bar girls and taxi Drivers fought pickets at Clark last weekend. Twelve people were Hurt in scuffles at Subic when the strike began including servicemen and strikers. Four people were injured in the weekend Melee at Clark. Agreement had been reached Early on All but one strike Issue a demand that Severance be Given to workers who resigned. The Compromise worked out tuesday by philippine government and . Officials provides a Rice subsidy and $100 Bonus for each worker when the contract is signed. The workers earn Between $1 and $2 an hour. Col. William Sweeney a Marine corps officer from los Angeles said a a in a going to get my boys on Liberty As soon As possible. They be been working 12 to 18-hour shifts and they All want to get out and Cut . Navy authorities announced that personnel and dependents could not leave the base a until the situation Salazar said the militants negotiating Power had been eroded by internal dissension and the opposition of local business owners. Because of the Subic shutdown the Navy cancelled a port Call by a five vessel amphibious assault group and diverted it to Japan. Area forecast thursday will be sunny with highs from 55 to 60. Winds will be northeasterly at around 10 mph thursday night will be increasingly Cloudy with lows in the Middle to upper 30s. Friday will be mostly Cloudy with highs from 55 to 60. Extended forecast skies will be fair saturday. Lows will be in the Middle 30 to the lower 40s. Highs will mostly be in the 50s. Skies will be mostly Cloudy sunday. Rain is possible sunday afternoon through monday. Lows will be in the Middle 30s to the Middle 40s sunday and in the upper 30s to the Middle 40s monday. Highs will mostly be in the 50s sunday and monday. Yesterday s temperatures 7a.m. To7p.m. Max. 61 min. 45 More jurors picked in Smith murder trial Banks unfazed by passbook deregulation Pittsburgh apr state Banks and savings institutions saying Low interest rates have made a rate War unlikely largely ignored the Federal governments deregulation of interest paid on passbook savings accounts wednesday. A we consider it a non event a said Tom Frank a spokesman for Pittsburgh a Mellon Bank corp. A in our opinion the deregulation for passbook for All intents and purposes has already As of tuesday the last interest restriction a a 5.5 percent ceiling on passbook accounts a was removed by the Federal government ending a five year deregulation program. Frank said however that the earlier stages already had created higher interest substitutes for passbook savings accounts by permitting Banks to offer Money Market funds. Pennsylvania says Avian flu outbreak Over Harrisburg apr the state agriculture Secretary saying an outbreak of Avian flu has ended asked 17 states and six nations wednesday to end embargoes imposed against Pennsylvania poultry products. Secretary Richard Grubb said an extensive surveillance program has not detected the disease in six weeks. About 307,000 chickens and turkeys were killed in january and february to Stop the flu from spreading he said. A the time has come for the state and foreign governments to allow our poultry Industry which has cooperated in successful eradication efforts to again compete in the markets now closed to them a Grubb said. A i am convinced that our poultry Are no longer a threat to spread influenza and that restrictions. Should be removed a the Secretary said. City paid for mayor Goode s speech coach Philadelphia apr mayor w. Wilson Goode spent $16,766 in City Money to a Well known speech coach for advice critiques of speaking engagements speech writing and a video consultation a according to City records. The City had a contract from May 1985 to january 1986 with Myles Martel an a executive communications consultants who coached president Reagan in his 1980 debates with former president Jimmy Carter according to wednesdays Philadelphia inquirer. The payments were approved by City controller Joseph c. Vignola. Vignola said he had hired Martel As a speech consultant but paid him with Campaign Money not Public funds. State a dept. Puts hold on Texas beef Harrisburg apr the state agriculture department has requested that Public schools Stop using Frozen beef patties sold by a Texas meat processor because the products might contain traces of a pesticide a department spokesman said tuesday. Spokesman Robert bunty said the action was a precautionary measure while the . Department of agriculture tests meat from the company. Supreme beef processors of Dallas. Samples of the meat Haven to shown any Trace of the chemical he said. Wednesday s winning lottery numbers Harrisburg apr the winning number wednesday in the Pennsylvania daily number was 9-3-0, while the winning numbers in the lotto game were 27,05,03, 29, 32 and 40. The alternate number was 13. Albany . Apr the winning number picked wednesday in new Yorkus daily number lottery game was 9-3-1. The a win four number was 7-7-0-6. Harrisburg apr five More jurors were picked wednesday in the murder trial of former High school principal Jay c. Smith bringing to nine the number of jurors chosen Over three Days of questioning. The six women and three men selected since monday include a Bank Teller medical assistant medicare auditor sales manager Mechanic clerk and electrician. Smith a former principal at upper Merion High school near Philadelphia is charged with three counts of murder in the killings of Susan Reinert her son and daughter. Mrs. Reinerts body was found in the Back of her car in suburban Harrisburg on june 25, 1979. Her two children were never found and Are presumed dead. Smith was charged in june 1985 after a grand jury alleged he and English teacher William Brad Field or. Planned and carried out the killings in part to collect mrs. Reinerts estate and $730,000 in insurance benefits. Bradfield was convicted of three counts of murder in 1983 and was sentenced to three consecutive life terms. The first prospective juror questioned Quot wednesday was excused for cause after he told the court he had attended upper Merion High school while Smith and Bradfield worked there. Robert Dorn said he had formed an opinion about the Case and the evidence would have to be a a overwhelming for him to set aside that opinion. A i would do my Best to set it aside a he said. Dauphin county judge William Lipsitt remarked that it was a most unusual for a prospective juror to know the defendant. The defense has used 15 peremptory challenges and the prosecution has used six. Each Side has 20 such challenges which can be used to reject a prospective juror without stating a reason. Twelve jurors and 10 alternates will be picked for the trial. Prosecutors said they will seek the death penalty if Smith is convicted of first degree murder. Listen every Friday mid Day 12 15 wats War live talk show with Host Peg Croft wedding pictures by Lewis Call let s talk 717-744-2634 pictures and negatives for one Low Price 10 % off total package i with this Coupon expires june 30, 1986 clip and save now Don t delay1 family fun night at Merrickville fire Hall on april 5th doors open at 6 . Refreshments Benefit Herrick twp. Vol. Fire co. First time this year barbecued Chicken to take out 2.50 Large halves sunday april 13th, 11 00 . 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