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Daily Review (Newspaper) - April 25, 1986, Towanda, PennsylvaniaTwo a the daily review Friday. April 25. 1986 stocks Edge up slightly in erratic session new York apr the Stock Market drifted around wednesdays closing Levels in an erratic session thursday. Analysts said there was some carryover of buying from late in wednesdays session when the Dow Jones Industrial average bounced Back from an Early 20-Point deficit to finish with Only a Small loss. But they said the Market was still confronted with uncertainties about the Outlook for the Dollar and interest rates. The Dow Jones average of 30 industrials edged up 2.11 to 1,831.72. Advancing issues slightly outpaced declines on the new York Stock Exchange. Big Board volume totalled 146.56 million shares against 149.69 million in the previous session. The Nyser a composite Index Rose .12 to 139.46. At the american Stock Exchange the Market value Index was up 1.64 at 273.13. A horse is a horse of course of course Ironton Ohio it apr Church members singing Quot of How 1 love Jesus a burned record albums cassettes and other Rock and country music paraphernalia after attending a seminar in which an evangelist said the Quot or. Eds television theme conveys a satanic message to unwary listeners. Jim Brown an evangelist at psalms 150 in South Point said the or. De theme extols satan when the record is played backwards. A a horse is a horse a contains the backward messages Quot the source is satan and Quot someone Sung this song for Brown said during the seminar at the first Church of the Nazarene in Ironton. About 75 teen agers attended the record burning following the tuesday night seminar. Duchess of Windsor dead at age of 89 Paris apr the Duchess of Windsor the american Divorcee for whom King Edward Viii gave up the British throne died thursday at her Home near Paris. She was 89. The Duchess had been in frail health and confined to her Home for eight years. Sources who spoke on condition of anonymity said she died of bronchial pneumonia. Her death was announced in London by Buckingham Palace. The Palace announcement said the Duchess will be buried at Windsor castles Frogmore Garden next to her husband who died in 1972. Queen Victoria and Prince Albert also Are buried there. Buckingham Palace said a funeral will be held tuesday at the Castle and will be private accordance with the wishes of the Duke and members of the British Royal family announced no changes in their schedules because of the death. Queen Elizabeth ii did not change her plans to attend an evening banquet hosted by the visiting Spanish King Juan Carlos. A ill Lili f state briefs t two suspects Are held in 5 Kentucky deaths Lexington by. Apr five people were fatally stabbed shot or run Over after spending the afternoon drinking and two friends who allegedly tried to Rob them were charged with one of the murders thursday. The victims a two women and three men a were found within a few Miles of one another on i Xing tones East Side and within a few hours. The men were found either in or near a burning car that belong to one of them police said. Two women were charged thursday with Public intoxication and the one count of murder. Additional murder charges were expected it. John Bizzack said at an afternoon news conference. He said there were no other suspects and police believe the pair had killed All five people. Lafonda Fay Foster 22, and Tina Marie Hickey Powell 27, both of Lexington pleaded innocent thursday to the intoxication charge. Arraignment was scheduled Friday in the charge in death of Carlos Kearns 71. The suspects who were being held in the Fayette county detention Center were arrested at Humana Hospital Lexington where they were trying to Call a taxi police said. The Hospital is within sight of where the burning car was found the suspects and victims were friends and had been drinking at one of their Homes throughout the afternoon Bizzack said. Prosecution rests Case in Smith trial Harrisburg apr the prosecution rested its Case thursday in the murder trial of former High school principal Jay c. Smith after trying to link the disappearance of Susan reinerts daughter to Smith with a pin. Smith 57, is charged with three counts of murder in the deaths of mrs. Reinert and her children Karen 11, and Michael 10. The children a bodies were never found and they Are presumed dead. State police trooper Victor Dove testified that he found a pin similar to ones a Iven to students from Karen a Chestnutwood elementary school class when they toured the Philadelphia museum of Art on March 2,1979 under the right front seat of Smiths car during a search on aug. 21,1980. The car was parked at the Wilmington del., Home of Smiths brother William. The trunk area of the Mercury Capri appeared to have been painted with some Type of tar Dove said. The nude and badly bruised body of mrs. Reinert was discovered june 25, 1979, in the Back of her car at a suburban Harrisburg Motel. A grand jury alleged Smith conspired with William s. Bradfield jr., 54, to kill mrs. Reinert in part to collect her estate and $730,000 in life insurance. Bradfield was convicted in 1983 and sentenced to three consecutive life prison terms for the Reinert deaths. The prosecution presented More than 90 witnesses and admitted 111 pieces of evidence during 13 Days of testimony. Costopoulos said he intends to finish his part of the Case by monday and believes a verdict will be issued by wednesday. Singel Calls on Flaherty to withdraw Harrisburg apr state sen. Mark Singel urged one of his opponents in the democratic lieutenant governors primary to withdraw because of questions raised about his fund raising. Singel said the controversy surrounding Pittsburgh City controller Thomas Flaherty a fund raising could taint democrats and he should step aside. A Tom Flaherty has emerged As a total Flim Flam candidate who if he remains in the race could prove to be a one Man wrecking Crew of the democratic party a Singel said at a Capitol press conference. Singel accused his opponent of being a Quot phony Flaherty and trying to win statewide on the reputation of Allegheny county commissioner Pete Flaherty who ran twice for . Senate and once for governor Between 1974 and 1980. The Pittsburgh Post Gazette reported monday that unnamed employees in Flaherty a office had complained about pressure to contribute to Flaherty a Campaign. The paper said a complaint had been filed with the state ethics commission. Thursday s winning lottery numbers Harrisburg apr the winning number thursday in the Pennsylvania daily number was 8-3-7, while the winning number in the big 4 lottery was 4-2-5-2. Albany . Apr the winning number picked thursday in new Yorkus daily number lottery game was 2-5-0. The a win four number was 4-3-5 1. Correction the phone number for Diane Walters which can be called by persons having items to donate to the buddy shop for the Benefit of the Bradford county humane shelter is 265-9592. In the Valley area Call Molly cac Chione 888-7280 or Isabella Ditota 888-5202. 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 a. 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 259. 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, Quot the Best information that we have is that they were All drinking together a he said. Bizzack said robbery was believed to be the motive but he would not provide details. In addition to Kearns the victims were identified As his 45-year-old wife Virginia Trudy Harrell 59, Theodore Sweet 53, and Roger Keene 47. All were from the Lexington area. Autopsies showed the women died from cuts and Stab wounds and had both been run Over by a car said Coroner Chester Hager. Mrs. Kearns also had been shot in the head he said. Preliminary reports indicated Sweet died from cuts and Stab wounds and had been run Over by a car he said. Keene who was found under the burned car also had been run Over. Kearns died at a Hospital at 2 13 . Thursday from Burns and Carbon monoxide poisoning Hager said. Quot its the weirdest thing a Hager said Quot we Haven to had anything like this in Lexington a a Central Kentucky City of 210,000 people that is mostly known for thoroughbred horse farms. The first victim Harrell was Only nine Days until Craft amp antique fair in Ulster found about 9 . Wednesday in a shopping Center parking lot in a Middle class neighbourhood police said. Specials at sinbad s i. Serving 10 till 10 Gold cards Welcome Quot Friday a All you can lot fish Fry freshly breaded and deep Fried fish Choice of potato amp Cole Slaw $3.99 sinbad s family restaurant it. 6, Wyton a. 265-5997 shows fri., sat., Sun. Only starts at dusk Goldie hawn Lull plus a perfect . thu Milutin Quot i love you mom1 say it with a hallmark card and aft in my of Aikui Hysle earrings in malt lung Trinci Sizoo the card shop Towanda a. Turkey supper sat., april 26th, 4 30 . Rome methodist Hall donation adults $4.00 under 12 2.00 preschool free Benefit Rome . Marcus Ritchie 19, a pizza deliverer said he found the victim face Down with her clothes torn and no shoes. Weather area forecast Friday will be mostly sunny with highs from 70 to 75. Winds will be northerly at 10 to 15 mph. Skies will be Clear Friday night. Lows will Range from 40 to 45. Skies will be sunny saturday. Highs will be in the Middle to upper 70s. Extended forecast skies will be fair sunday through tuesday. Lows will Range from 45 to 55. Highs will Range from 65 to 75. Yesterday s temperatures 7a.m. To7p.m. Max 65 min 48 opening for season Friday april 25 Harris farm Market amp bake shop it. 220, Milan 888-2236 Chicken amp spare rib Barbecue Sun., april 27th noon Asylum vow Post 6072 halves or ribs $2.50 dinner 4.00 Public Welcome pro my Sica singers present a Showtime a a family concert saturday april 26 7 00 pm the universalist Church second st., Towanda Between v Poplar amp Pine its Park in Dpi lot $2.50 adults $1.50 or. Citizens 1.00 children sponsored by universalist churches of Sheshequon amp Towanda refreshments following tickets at the door or Call 888-9569 or 265-2971 Imam we 7? All you can eat baked fish or Batter Fried fish 4.50 All you can eat shrimp 5.99 shrimp French Fries Cole Slaw and beverage 2.60 Macaroni and cheese Cole Slaw bread and beverage 1.35 All you can eat Southern Fried Chicken 4.99 its. 6 amp 220, n. Towanda 265-9942 Leraysville Boro annual Spring clean up Day is saturday april 26th have trash sitting on curbside no tires Brush or bagged garbage. Borough residents Only Pines amp Needles heirlooms of the future Spring show april 26 10-5 april 27 noon 5 our specially wildlife carvings in addition to unique furniture and antique reproductions. By appointment 746-3463 it. 706 Stevensville Sheryl Balcomb prop. He attention Ulster twp. Residents Spring clean up Day is saturday May 10th All refuse must be placed at Side of Road by 6 . No Brush no garbage if missed Call 265-6392 m-4- h x or a Keystone please note 1 showing 1 each night at 7 30 a f based of a Robert Redford meryl Streep a Universal picture ipg Rica True Story hey kids look who s Back again al cuu generation. Matinee Cal re by ars sun0d� r movie ii a 2 00 pm heirloom package includes 2 8 x 10s3 5 x 7s amp 15 wallets for Only 69c Deposit Requard p us is so sitting fee to each additional subject additional photo package available at Meguiar puce .$3 26 Deposit advertised sped Ai features our selection 12 poses of the slue and Brown old master Scenic and seasonal i?n?.und, a had Quot a Nal spec al a Heck a Dlack and a quote backgrounds and props available Only m our designer collection sat. And Sun. Hours 10-1,2-5 30,6-8 Sun 11-4 Valley shopping Plaza Sayre k

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