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Daily Review (Newspaper) - April 26, 1986, Towanda, PennsylvaniaThe daily review saturday april 26. 1986 a three Rendell Casey dodging debates Philadelphia a Ted Ward Rendell said Friday he wants to debate his opponents for the democratic nomination for governor. Hut claimed party endorsed Robert Casey Quot has dodged and made excuses to avoid a confrontation on statewide television. Quot i think that is bad for the people a the former Philadelphia District attorney told reporters before returning to Western Pennsylvania where he has concentrated his efforts. Quot people before they vote should have the Opportunity to see the candidates to listen to the candidates and make up their own minds on specific Issue questions a Rendell said. �?�1 would have liked to have debates Here and in Pittsburgh and on the Scranton Wilkes Barre station he has dodged and made excuses for avoiding debate All Campaign Long a Rendell said debates on major television networks might have a a major effect on How people vote a and that Quot a limited debate on pub lie television will have a marginal effect at Best. But nonetheless i will debate in any Casey s Campaign manager James Carville. Said there have been plenty of chances for voters to evaluate the candidates together. A a we be had joint appearance at seven forums we Are having a debate on Public television and we will be together with Rendell in the editorial offices of the Pittsburgh Post Gazette a Carville said. He declined to say Why Casey debate Rendell on com Mercial to. Also on the democratic ballot for the May 20 primary is Steve Doug Las who is backed by supporters of Lyndon Larouche. Rendell said Casey so far has agreed to Only one debate on Public television a and is still Balking at that a a he Wasny to satisfied with the people on the panel he was t satisfied with this he was t satisfied with times he did no to want this candidate he did no to want that candidate a Rendell said. A a he has been making More excuses. A it is now my understanding that his Campaign has generally agreed to a debate but it is to be limited to 20 minutes. I think the whole thing Isa farce. A i think for whatever reason Bob Casey is reluctant to debate in this Campaign. If it is limited to 20 minutes i will be there because i said id be there but its going to be a virtually meaningless , fire and court news May proclaimed clean up Sayre month by the Borough Council in conjunction with the Spring trash pick up conducted by the Borough of Sayre during May Start ing april 28 and extending through May 23, the Sayre Borough Council has proclaimed the month of May As clean up Sayre month during this period. Mayor Chacona states that Borough police will be looking closely at problems such As junk cars unsightly debris Ami Brush and visibility problems near Corner properties and will be issuing citations where necessary. Also in conjunction with the clean up the Borough Public works department will be cleaning streets regularly cutting Brush along Street right of ways and signs Patching potholes mowing and trimming the several Borough Parks. It is expected that these activities will be underway for the next 24 weeks with the expressed intention of having the Borough looking As Well As possible for the memorial Day Holiday mayor Chacona requests the cooperation of All Sayre residents and businesses in making this clean up month a Success. Borough manager Eugene a Mun announced that Spring trash pick up begins next week and we ill continue through May 23. Those residents having Normal refuse collection on monday will have Spring pick up the week of april 28 through may2 tuesday May 5 through 9 wednesday May 12 through 16 and thursday and Friday May 19 through 23. All containers objects or Bun Dies Are to be placed at curbside for collection and All trash should be placed in a throwaway Container which will be collected along with the trash if a Container is not practical trash shall be bundled wrap Ped or tied in quantities not to exceed 20 pounds. The Borough will collect apply Anees furniture and tires. It will not collect Loose material dirt Small litter or debris demolition waste materials boards with exposed nails or toxic explosive or other hazardous wastes. Trash is not to be placed on the curb More than 48 hours before pick up begins in ones area there will be one time pick up Only on each Street. This service is for Sayre Borough refuse customers Only. The Borough Street department building will be open May 3 and May 10 from 8am to noon for disposal of Lawn ratings and Shrub trimmings for those who can haul the material themselves tickets available for business appreciation Day dinner Superior court rejects Appeal the Superior court of Pennsylvania has rejected the Appeal of a to Wanda Man convicted in 1984 of drunk driving Bradford county District attorney Daniel j Barrett has reported. According to the District attorney Fullmer had challenged his conviction alleging he was not brought to trial within the time required by Law. The appellate court ruled that although Fullmer was not tried within 180 Days of arrest the Commonwealth had established Diligence in its attempts to bring the Case to trial. Because Bradford county judge Jeffrey a. Smith had been a witness to some of the events of Fullmer a arrest he had to withdraw from hearing the Case. The District attorneys office and court administrator sought to have the Case heard by a judge from another county and eventually judge Clinton Smith of William sort heard the Case which was tried in october 1984. Fullmer had a sentence of imprisonment for 48 hours to 18 months imposed for driving while under the influence of alcohol dui. Because of his conviction his License would be suspended for 12 months. In addition to being charged with dui Fullmer initially had also been charged with aggravated assault on a police officer. The jury acquitted him on the charge of assaulting a police station s alarm malfunctions firefighters were summoned to the Naiad Linta fire station at 11 42 . Thursday when an alarm there malfunctioned. According to Towanda fire chief Dave Brubaker a Check of the premises revealed there was no fire doused in Wysox area Larry Taylor a local Forest fire Warden reports that a grass fire which had the potential for becoming a serious one was stopped yesterday after burning Over about a half acre of grass and Woods. The Blaze had begun As a controlled Burn by Barbara Kessler Taylor said who summoned firefighters when the fire got out of her control. The fire was reported in the fifth Avenue area of Wysox township. About six firefighters and one truck responded to this Call. They remained at the scene for about 45 minutes after bringing the Blaze under control the firefighters completed the controlled Burn forms. Kessler before returning to their station. Perhaps we at Owlett associates could save you Money on your health insurance. We offer the Best in medicare supplements skilled nursing with custodial care cancer insurance guaranteed Issue life insurance and much More. Don t become ill and find out your insurance is inadequate Ken Owlett associates re 4, Box 245, Towanda a 18848 717-265-6718 an Independent agent representing Mony insurance Compono As Henry Dunn chairman Paul Harden Tom Mcgeehin and Deb Eldridge members of fhe ticket sales committee for the saturday. May 17. Industrial appreciation Day dinner in Towanda which will feature former Apollo astronaut. James Lovell As guest speaker have announced the Sites where reserved seat tickets Are now Avail Able for this program the dinner will be held at 7 on May 17 at the Hall reservations will be limited to 400 per sons so those planning to attend this dinner program Are encouraged by the committee to Purchase their tickets As soon As possible. I tickets Are available at Henry i Dunn. Inc in Towanda at the citizens and Northern Bank a to a a Wanda and Wysox locations at i Williams Ford in n. Towanda and Towanda. I Dunn relates that the dinner i committee feels very fortunate in shaving secured Lovell As the speaker for this dinner which is being held As a Way of saying Quot thank a you to area industries for their a important contributions to the people and Economy of this area. The committee anticipates that i Lovell a presentation will be a a Ady. Namica one and believes it should be of interest to both the Young and the old a Lovell and his Crew mates were the first humans Ever to leave the Earth a gravitational influence. That Mission he flew in 1968 a the a six Day Apollo 8 flight was Many a Maiden voyage to the Moon the former astronaut was Fortu Nate in being Given the Opportunity leadership winners return from trip these students recently returned from a three Day leadership seminar in Harrisburg As the recipients of the Hugh of Arian leadership award. The participating students Are Patti Cawley Canton Todd Nothstein sri Chara Booker Towanda Cheryl Taylor Northeast Denise Baumunk. Sullivan county and Gary Otis. Wyalusing. The Hugh of Brian award is coordinated by the Pennsylvania Jaycees. The students expenses Are paid by the sponsorship fees of various committees and organizations As Well As contributions from concerned members of the corporate Community. Daily review photo Bill could be costly to electric users Washington it apr a Little noticed provision in a new acid rain Bill would make electricity customers in polluting states pay clean up costs but would require states to spread those costs around within their own Borders the bipartisan Bill introduced in the House on april 10 with More than 150 co sponsors would require state governors to present control plans incorporating a reasonable efforts to avoid Quot an unnecessarily disproportionate economic effect on electricity ratepayers in any Region of the it would be up to the environmental Protection Agency to decide whether plans met those criteria. The Bill Calls for reductions in emissions of Fulfur dioxide a major precursor of acid rain of 8.3 million tons by 1997. To travel again to the Moon in 1970. As spacecraft commander of Apollo 13, he became the first person to journey to the Moon twice at the May 17th program in Towanda. Xiv Ell will be talking both about his experiences As a former astronaut and his present activities in the Field of business Community service and As a speaker at fun furnishings charges Are bound Over James e. Lehman of new Albany will face further court action on a charge of furnishing liquor or malt beverages to certain persons. It was determined at a preliminary hearing held thursday before District magistrate James Cox in Towanda that sufficient evidence was presented by the prosecution to bind Over this charge a spokesperson for the District magistrate reported. See a briefs a Page 11 from left Tom Mcgeehin Paul Harden Deb Eldridge and Henry Dunn Are on the ticket sales committee for the upcoming Industrial appreciation Day dinner planned for May 17 at the . Hall in Towanda Dunn is chairman of this committee. Tickets Are now available for this dinner which features As guest speaker James Lovell former Apollo astronaut. This program is being sponsored by the Towanda area Industrial development corporation. Daily review photo a acc adds to its Calendar several events including two Bloodmobile Are on the greater Valley chamber of Commerce a upcoming Calendar. The Bloodmobile will be held at Sayre lingerie on May 6 from 10 30 . To 3 30 . And at the Waverly Moose on May 22 from 11 45 . To5 45p m on May 10, the Guthrie medical Center will sponsor its second annual Guthrie Gallop there will be two runs a five Kilometre and a ten Kilometre. All pre registrants will receive a to shirt and a Towel. Other registrants will receive a to shirt. Entry forms can be obtained from Richard Johnston race director development director office Guthrie medical Center Sayre. A memorial Day is also being planned by Athens american legion Post 246. For More information Contact Katie Sobiech at 888-0314. Future score trojans 42 banana slugs 0 Santa Cruz Calif. A it a Early returns from the University of California at Santa Cruz suggest that students would like the less than heroic banana slug to replace the sea lion As school Mascot. The banana slug a creature that abounds in the Cool w it forests of the Santa Cruz mountains was the overwhelmingly Mascot Choice five years ago but Chancellor Robert Sinsheimer opted for sea Lions at ter talking with athletes the Hub open 265-2463 9 to 5 daily Friday 9 to 8 main st., Towanda closed sunday tons such As this. General chairman of this event Are Jim Towner and Tom Thompson. In addition to the committee members previously mentioned others helping with the arrangements for this dinner include publicity Randy Williams programs printing Jon Crandall and Budd Clark masters of ceremonies Marshall Dawsey and Robert Fer radio invitations and courtesies Arthur Mcgowen or. Allen Alper and Richard Crowell catering. Tom Jennings and Jim Towner budget treasurer Tom Thompson and speaker Jim Towner and Tom Thompson drug receiving charges bound Over charges lodged against Larry Burton Bennett 26, whose current address is the Clinton state correctional institution Dannemora n.y., previously of Towanda were bound Over for further court action at the conclusion of a preliminary hearing held Friday before District magistrate James Cox in Towanda. Bennett is charged with receiving stolen goods Possession of marijuana and Possession of drug paraphernalia. Police reported that the five counts of receiving stolen goods Stem from rifles and shotguns confiscated from Bennett a residence on aug. 15. The weapons reportedly were stolen from Gerald Kinsley of Athens re 2 in november 1984 and from the Home of Marlene and Clifford Johnson Tunkhannock re 6. The other counts lodged against Bennett Stem from the same search police said. 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