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Daily Review (Newspaper) - April 26, 1986, Towanda, PennsylvaniaTwo a the Dai to review. Saturday. Apkji.2. In National briefs Justice dept. Asked to investigate Deaver Washington a the government be top ethics officer asked the Justice department on Friday to investigate whether Michael k Deaver a former White House aide who operates a lobbying business violated conflict of interest Laws David Martin head of the office of government ethics referred the Case to the Justice department on the same Day that president Reagan said he thinks it is ridiculous to appoint a special prosecutor to investigate Deaver Martin s letter to attorney general Edwin Meese activates the procedure for establishing a special prosecutor to look into Dea ver s dealings the Justice department has <0 Days to conduct a preliminary inquiry into the Case and decide whether to refer it to a three judge panel that court would make the Linal decision on whether to name an Independent counsel Peter Andriole a spokesman for the ethics office said he could not comment on what caused the Agency to request Justice departments involvement in the Case on thursday five democratic senators wrote Meese. Saying Deavers lobbying raised enough questions to warrant a special prosecutors attention the letter cited concern about Deaver s activities on behalf of four clients Canada. South Korea. Puerto Rico and Rockwell International rioting sweeps huge s. African township Johannesburg South Africa a a mob hacked a Black policeman to death with machetes and knives Friday during not in Soweto after police turned Back throngs of Young Blacks protesting the arrests of 15 students the police sergeant was killed by a crowd that invaded his Home at mid Day his was the Only death confirmed by police in Soweto the huge township outside Johannesburg that has been a focal Point in 19 months of Black rage against the White minority government s apartheid race policies another Black policeman s Home was set ablaze and soldiers shot a Black youth who stoned their vehicle police said buses Homes and a police car were stoned and a delivery truck was set on fire by mobs of Young Blacks who roamed through the township of nearly two million people according to the police report hundreds of Young people had tried to go on foot in buses and in cars to a magistrate s office where the 15 suspects were appearing the 15 were accused of burning a policeman to death police turned Back some of the marchers at roadblocks and dispersed others with tear Gas mobs formed and the not began Arab leaders to hold Summit monday Tunis Tunisia a it a after a week of consultations following the attack on Libya. Arab leaders have agreed to a libyan request for an emergency Summit meeting a special moroccan envoy announced the Summit to be held in the Northern moroccan City of Fez on monday will cover a Range of issues facing the Arab world. Moroccan emissary Mohamed Aouad said after a meeting with Arab league Secretary general Hedli Alibi How to co tact 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 i . Sunday nights. Valley news personnel can usually be reached at our Valley office Between 9 . And 5 . Weekdays. The Dally 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. Afghan rebels re occupying captured areas Islamabad Pakistan a afghan rebel commanders said Friday their men were moving Back into areas of Southeastern Afghanistan captured in a soviet afghan offensive and were using prisoners to Clear minefields leaders of several moslem groups fighting the communist government said about 10.000 soviet and afghan troops had withdrawn after the three week Long drive in Pattia province near the pakistani Border during which soviet com Mandos destroyed the Mam rebel base at Shawar insurgent groups say hundreds of their men were killed or wounded during the fierce Battles for Shawar and other positions in the past week other rebel reports said fighting continued around Khost. A government held town where insurgents reported mounting attacks to ease the pressure on their comrades in Pattia they said soviet and afghan Su-22 bombers and Mig-21 and Mig-23 fighter Bornberg were attacking rebel positions guerrilla commanders who returned from Pattia said their fighters we re moving Back into the base at Shawar using about 80 afghan soldiers taken prisoner to Clear mines Laid by the soviet commandos they said two afghan officers had been killed and five officers and men wounded while Clearing the mines by hand guerrilla sources said some captured afghan officers were put to death but they gave no numbers or american communications officer shot in n. Yemen Washington apr Arthur l rollick an american communications officer at the . Embassy in North Yemen was shot Friday by an unidentified gunman while he was driving Home from a religious service the state department said Deputy spokesman Charles Redman said pol lick. 41, of Bakersfield. Calif. Underwent sur Gery at a North yemeni Hospital and that his life did not appear to be in danger Pollick was hit by two or three bullets fired by from a passing car in the North yemeni capital of Sana a. Redman said adding that the victim was Able to walk to his Home and summon assistance he was reported in stable condition no one claimed responsibility for the attack Redman declined to speculate on whether he believed the incident was part of a pattern of increased terrorist incidents since the . Bombing of Libya last week hair found at scene topic of Smith defense Harrisburg api a a single strand of hair found in the basement of former1.��i�h school principal Jay c. Smith could have come from anybody with Brown hair including Smith a defense witness testified Friday in Smiths murder trial Fri agent Michael Malone testified monday for the prosecution that the hair was identical to the hair of murder victim Susan Reinert Smith 57, is charged with three counts of murder in the 1979 slayings of mrs Reinert and her two children. Samuel Golub a fiber analyst said a absolutely nothing Quot could be concluded from the Fri analysis of the hair he said he could find no reason a it came from Susan Reinert s head More than any other Brown haired person in the of six hairs found in Smith s basement and placed on a slide Golub said he determine which was the one Malone contended was identical to mrs reinerts hair a. Art teacher held on morals charges Fairchance Palt a it a a 40-year-old High school Art teachers was ordered held for court after four students testified that he photographed them in the nude and sometimes fondled them All Lour boys testified that they were rewarded with Good grades in Exchange for the sessions in the school darkrooms even though they did Little work in class. Magistrate Rick Vernon of Fairchance ordered Donald Dillow 40, to stand trial on charges of indecent assault and corrupting the morals of minors. The incidents allegedly occurred during school hours from 1982 to this year Dillow was suspended last month from his Job at Albert Gallatin area High school male asks women to report to jury duty Greensburg Paap a Westmoreland county officials Are trying to locate a Man who Calls women and tries to convince them to Rush to the courthouse for emergency jury duty which does not exist six women scattered throughout the county in Greensburg mount pleasant township and Jeannette have reported receiving the Calls in the past week most of the women contacted the jury commissioners office before travelling to Greensburg but one a 24-year-old mount pleasant township woman reported to the courthouse on monday. Jury commissioner Lowman Henry said thursday county residents Are summoned for jury duty Only through subpoenas mailed by the sheriff s department Friday winning lottery numbers Harrisburg it apr the winning number Friday in the Pennsylvania daily number was 8-0-8, while the winning numbers in the lotto game were 05, 32,30,27,08 and 29 the alternate number was 21 Albany n y. It apr the winning number picked Friday in new Yorkus daily number lottery game was 9-9-9 the a win four number was 0-4-1-7. State College apr Penn Sylvania state University football coach Joe Paterno and eight others affiliated with the University have Lent their names and photographs to symbolic pass books to protest South african apartheid the state College chapter of amnesty International announced thursday night that it would Send the nine pass books to the South african embassy in Washington. D c. The pass books also include the names and pictures of Penn state s director of Black studies program. James Stewart the director of the University scholars program. Paul Axt head of the political science department Trond Gilberg and student body president Matt Baker the group said it also asked Penn state president Bryce Jordan to participate in the protest. Jordan said Friday that while he was a totally in sympathy with amnesty signing his name might be interpreted As a formal University protest a and i done to think i can do that a the president said the pass books Are symbolic of How travel by Black South africans is restricted. Tonight amp Sun. Only starts at dusk Goldie hawn re a a jew 9 plus a perfect mum. I him a Haiti vet to Chicken and biscuits 3.99 or roast pork with dressing served with Apple butter 5.99 includes appetizer salad potato. Vegetable and homemade Brood its. 6 a 220, n. Towanda 265-9942 Ramn Nous 3 <53-9995 just off new Albany Overton Road watch for saturday night april 26th, the Mountain House inn will present the Dean Mcnett show featuring Bob Mcnett of Nashville Tny a one of Hank Williams original Drifting cowboys doing a tribute to the late Hank Williams with songs and dialect. A. Sinbad s family restaurant wys0x, a. 265-5997 saturday All you can eat shrimp s6.99 sunday 2 great All you can eat buffets breakfast Buffet and fruit bar 3.89 8 . Until 10 30 . Showboat dinner Buffet featuring Barbecue spare ribs Fried Chicken and Ham plus our great salad bar and our fresh fruit amp dessert bar 5.95 enjoy soft Organ music while dining noon until 3 . On sundays Hazel Northrup \ serving 10 to 10 daily Gold card Welcome stats by a u2r v details the insurgents claim they took about 300 prisoner the sources and rebel commanders spoke on condition of Anonym Ity officials at the afghan information Center an organization in the pakistani Border City of Peshawar that monitors events inside Afghanistan. Confirmed that the guerillas appeared to be moving Back to their old positions soviet soldiers entered Afghanistan in december 1979 and installed president Babrak Karmal after the previous communist regime was existed an estimated 115.000 now Are in the mountainous nation helping Light the islamic insurgency. Karmalis government Seldom allows Western reporters into the country and Battle reports cannot be confirmed independently. Paterno others protest apartheid area forecast saturday will be mostly sunny with highs around 70 winds will be northerly at around 10 mph saturday night will be partly Cloudy with lows in the upper 40s sunday will be partly sunny with highs around 70. Extended forecast skies will be fair monday and tuesday showers Are expected in the North wednesday but skies should be fair in the South lows will Range from 45 to 55 through the period highs will Range from 70 to 75 monday and tuesday and from 65 to 75 wednesday. Yesterday s temperatures 7a m to7p m. Max 74 min 51 pro my Sica singers a a present amp a Showtime a $ a family concert / saturday april 26 7 00 pm the universalist Church second Street Towanda 2.50 Edwitt 1.50 or. Citizens 1.00 children tickets at the door or Call by 9569 or 265 2971 Keystone tonight amp sunday shows 7 30 Only Chicken bar be que Rome fire company april 27 $2.50 per half Benefit Rome firemen of Tel to sunday morning breakfast special served until 11 30 . All the pancakes you can eat for 99 every morning breakfast special 2x2x2x2 2 pancakes 2 eggs any style 2 Bacon strips and 2 sausage links Only served anytime its. 6 and 220, n. Towanda 265-9942 sunday matinee Only 2 00 pm Keystone come help the care bears save the kingdom of caring a keep Pennsylvania Beautiful Day saturday april 26, 19s6 National Bank of Bradford county a Mac Money Access Center member Odic t2j
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