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Daily Review (Newspaper) - February 2, 1983, Towanda, PennsylvaniaThe daily review. Wednesday. February 2. 1983 a three Waverly Leprino to meet on sewer pact by Jim Pfiffer representatives from the Village of Waverly and Leprino foods co. Are scheduled to meet with officials from Tjie environmental facilities corporation Etc today to negotiate the contract concerning the Cost of the villages sewer Plant expansion dilemma. There is the possibility that costs May increase even More. Tentative figures show the Village paying $420,000 of the total Cost. Federal Grants will for 75 percent of that figure and new York state will provide up to 12.5 percent of All a fund acceptable amp Clark inc., a consulting Engineer firm out of Buffalo to conduct the study and commissioned the Etc to manage the project. The sewer Plant expansion was originally a a no Cost Deal for the Village. At present the total Cost of the project is estimated at $3.4 million. This figure is More than double the $1.4 million estimate Given in 1980 and Village officials received word in 1979 that the sewer expansion was necessary to meet the additional Load of Wastewater generated by Leprino foods South Waverly facility. The Village commissioned Nussbaumer representatives from the Village and Leprino foods met in feb., 1980 and signed a contract based on the report from Etc. The report estimated that each party would for capital and operating costs based on their share of the facilities used. Since that contract agreement the design of the expansion has been managed by the Etc. The Contact states that Leprino foods has no control Over the Etc of the construction and related costs. Although the contract was signed by the villages previous administration the present Board must adhere to the agreement. Village officials have not yet received approval for the expansion design and costs continue to Rise with each delay. According to Waverly Village mayor John Winkelman. Village officials have met with Leprino officials several times to discuss the problem and come to a Mutual agreement. A Leprino has been very upset with the expansion costs and delays. They Are willing to More for the project than what was stated in the contract. They want to keep the costs Down just As much As we do a said Winkelman. Winkelman pointed out that a formula was never worked out that included costs increases. He attributed the increase to several factors including inflation change orders change in design and engineering fees. Winkelman stated that he is unhappy with Efcy a Progress. A i done to think they have done a Good Job at representing us. 1 done to believe they have been trying to keep a close watch on costs. We should of been appraised of rising costs sooner Down the line a remarked Winkelman according to Winkelman. The additional expansion costs will have to be passed on to Village residents who use the sewer. A if the costs go up to $5.1 million we will have to raise the annual capital charge $47 or $48 dollars Quot said Winkelman. Troy re 1 woman to run for Proth Grover milk Plant re opens the Eastern milk producers Plant in Grover is Back in operation. The Plant was closed last july under order of the department of environmental resources Wilkes Barre when a problem with the facility a waste water treatment system was discovered. Capacity manufactures powdered milk and butter. Eight persons have been called Back to work where they join seven other employees who continued maintenance operations during the shutdown. The Plant which is now operating at about 90 percent of the Lagoon system has been emptied cleaned and sealed and will be used Only to Cool condensate from the drying process. Leonard Zemaitis manager of cooperative relations at Eastern s Syracuse office said he is pleased with the cooperation his company received from Der officials. Arrangements have been made to transport waste water to a Williamsport sewage facility making it possible to reopen the Plant it was reported. Temporary offices set up locally to give income tax assistance the following temporary offices will be open on the dates specified to provide help in preparing 1982 Pennsylvania personal income tax forms and 1982 property tax rent rebate forms. Senate president pro tempore Henry Hager has reported the services offered by these assistance Sites Are free of charge Hager said. Bradford c county Chemung View apts., 222 Chestnut st., Athens feb. 17 from 10 . Until 4 30 and feb. 18 from 8 30 . To 3 . Page Manor e. Cooper and Church sts., Athens March 3 from 10 . Until 4 30 . And March 4 from 8 30a.m. To3p.m. Mccallum Manor 10 s. Min Nequa ave. Canton. Feb. 17 and March 17 from 9 30 . To4p.m. Senior citizens building n. Towanda feb. 5 and March 8 from 10 . To 3 30 . Keystone Manor n. Elmer ave., Sayre feb. 24 and March 10 from 10 . Until 4 30 . And feb. 25 and March 11 from 8 30 . To 3 . Area Agency on aging 701 main st., Towanda. Feb. 22 and March 15 from 10 . Until 3 30 . Hillcrest apartments. Reddington ave., Troy. Feb. 24 and March 24. From 9 30 . Sullivan Terrace Dushore. To3 30p.m. March 1 from 9 30 . To Sullivan county 3 30p.m. Early prayer books and Church almanacs usually printed saints Days and religious holidays in red Ink. Hence the term a red letter Days for a special occasion. Kindergarteners at play Amy Root a kindergarten student of mrs. Herman sat the Monroe Frankiin school tries her hand at breaking a mexican Pic Ata a class activity enjoyed As part of the students study of Mexico. Daily review photo by Bill Ennis 1 regional police fire and court news memorial Hospital news Cabin entered in Overton twp. Stat police reported that an Overton township Cabin belonging to Charles Gerlach. 43, of York pa., was entered sometime Between nov. 30, 1982 and yesterday. According to police nothing was taken from the Cabin. Sayre Man arrested for burglary admissions Cindy Baker Box 283. Towanda re 4 Mary Gerould. Box 47. Rome Jean Houck. Box 189. Eagles Mere. Discharges Donna Ayres. Box 19. Granville Summit re 1 Eleanor Cole. Wyalusing re 3 Melvin Colton. Box 41. Leroy Andy Grover. Or. Box 112a Towanda re 1 Jennifer Hartman Box 78, Burlington Maureen Hudak and daughter. Box 138h. To Wanda re 5 Lucy Rogers. Box 94. Forksville re 1. Police reported the arrest of Mark Cole. 19. Of Sayre re 1. He was arrested by the state police yesterday and charged with two counts of burglary one count of criminal trespass one count of theft by unlawful taking one count of receiving stolen property and one count of criminal con the arrest resulted from two incidents at the residence musical program of Raymond Williams who resides in Litchfield township. Police said that the residence was entered in april. 1982. When nothing was taken and in october. 1982. When $95 Worth of household items were removed. Cole was arraigned before District magistrate Yanuzzi and released on bail. A hearing will be set at a later Date. Police reported that a local juvenile had also been previously charged with this crime. Thursday for tires shot out on Semi trailer while Walter Wagner 46, of Delmar n.y., was resting in the cab of truck tracker and Semi trailer yesterday morning a half mile Northeast of Camptown. Someone shot out the two right rear tires police reported. This incident of criminal mischief occurred along route 706 at 4 15 on tuesday morning 15 minutes after the Driver had pulled along the North berm of the Roadway. Police listed the damage to the tires at $400. Car runs into embankment Charles Lantz 21, of Towanda re 4. Was travelling toward Liberty Corners at 3 45 . Yesterday on a legislative route in Monroe township police reported when he observed an oncoming vehicle approaching on his Side of the Roadway. Police said Lantz swerved to the right to avoid an Accident and hit an embankment on the West berm of the Roadway. Mrs. Wanda Foulkrod announces her candidacy for the Republican nomination to the office of the prothonotary and clerk of courts of Bradford county a. Mrs. Foulkrod a graduate of Troy senior High school has former experience As Deputy in the office of the prothonotary and clerk of courts having been employed there from june 1979 through june 1981. A a she also has 10 years experience As a Legal Secretary and is presently employed in that capacity for the firm of Vineski Brann Williams and Caldwell in Troy. A prior to her employment As Deputy prothonotary. She was a Legal Secretary for former District attorney c. Wayne Smith until his death in 1976, and thereafter for his partner. Law rence f finn Wanda is a native of Bradford county and has resided at re 1 Troy for the past seven years with her husband. Bob. And their son David where they operate Foulkrod a Archery Camp. Wanda is an Active member of the first Baptist Wanda Foulkrod. Prothonotary candidate Church of Troy and is a member of and Secretary for the Board of trustees there. She is a former sunday school teacher at that Church. Mrs. Foulkrod is the Secretary for the Troy based boy scout troop no. 49 and a former Den Leader and assistant pack Leader for the Rcv cub scout pack. She is a member of the thursday a a by ladies Bowling league at Terrace lanes in Troy a commissioned notary Public and an auditor for the township of Armenia. Towanda woman will run for prothonotary a Hornbrook Harry Quot ready for the test weather prognostication is a thriving Art in Bradford county according to area resident Mark Knolles above who dropped by the daily review yesterday with a Hornbrook Mark said he found the groundhog pictured in trunk yesterday after it apparently just a burrowed itself from a Hole. Mark wondered if Harry a action was a sign that Spring is on its Way. Harry was released Back into the Hornbrook area yesterday in preparation for the work ahead today. Groundhog s Day. Daily review photo by sue Corie Deanna Carson announces she will seek the Republican nomination for prothonotary of Bradford county in the primary election in May. Deanna has been employed for Many years As a Legal Secretary for the Law firms of Duvall. Reuter and prune. Golant and Golant. And Epstein and Schmitthenne in Towanda and has gained extensive knowledge in the Legal Field. She is a member of the Bradford county a. Council of Republican women a former member of National secretaries association glider chapter. Pennsylvania association of notaries. Christ episcopal Church order of Eastern Star Emporium chapter no. 101 and the Towanda Garden club. Deanna carson., prothonotary candidate Deanna and her husband Robert an employee of get products corp. Reside at l Cherry Street in Towanda they Are the parents of mrs. Robin Mcghee of Southampton. A. And Stephen of Towanda. Ingersoll Rand says slump in earnings continues the Ingersoll Rand company today reported that fourth Quarter and full year 1982 results were Well below the comparable data for 1981. The company cited a continuing depressed conditions in practically All of its mar for the full year 1982, sales of $2.775 billion were 18 percent below the $3.378 billion reported in 1981. Net income was $52.3 million or $2.35 per share Down sharply from the record $193.3 million or $9.71 skill unlimited continued from Page one today a episode begins when one of the villains better known As the county commissioner s brother in Law. Points out that the chief assessor wrote his letter on dec. 9, 1982 a a Good month before being approached by any unethical journalists about the status of the Martyr in question. Then he reminds the audience that nobody a not the assessor the commissioners or even the big bad new spa has never Felt the need to make this fact confidential or secret. As for the county commissioners calling the shots at the daily review As some have charged that is certainly More unfair than anything that has been written about the Community watchdogs. Per share in the prior year according to a company press release. Fourth Quarter sales of $659 million were Down 31 percent from $962 million in the final Quarter of 1981 net income dropped to $4.0 million from $68 million with per share earnings at $0.13 compared to $3.43 for the comparable Quarter of 1981 Thomas a. Holmes Inger Soll Rand chairman said. A incoming orders were $560 million about level with the third Quarter and appear in the process of bottoming. However we will have to see How 1983 develops before we can determine that an upturn is forthcoming. For the full year incoming orders were $2.567 Bill Down 27 percent from 1981, reflecting the poor economic circumstances throughout the world a the company s bearings locks and tools segment of which i a Athens is a part reported the lowest sales of the year in the fourth Quarter. But incoming orders were slightly higher in comparison with the third Quarter. For the full year sales in this segment decreased 18 percent from 1981 Levels and operating income declined 57 percent. Holmes indicated the emphasis placed on alignment of employment and production Levels with current Market conditions was showing results. Employment totalled tl4.8 k at the end of 1982. Down 26 percent from the prior year s level. In addition. Several of the company s production facilities Are working Short weeks. These reductions have unfavourably affected operating results but inventory and receivables have been reduced by More than $340 million Over the past twelve months producing improvements in our liquidity ratios and elimination of Domestic Short term borrowings. Holmes said. A your actions to maintain a Strong financial position will enable us to Benefit from a return to More Normal business the sugar glider extends flaps of skin along the sides of its body and steers by moving its Fluffy Tail As it sails As far As 150 feet in one Glide. Sugar gliders Grunt chirp and gurgle As they eat fruit nectar sap Flowers and insects. They have few enemies so they done to have to be quiet while eating. Senior citizens a group of talented vocalists from the Towanda musical society is scheduled to present the entertainment at the luncheon meeting of the Towanda area senior citizens club to be held thursday feb. 4. At noon in the social facility of the first United methodist Church. This was announced by mrs. Neva Jones chairman of the clubs program committee. The entertainment will follow the customary covered dish luncheon and at its conclusion president Ted Chan our will conduct a business meeting at which committee chairmen will report guests introduced. February birthdays acknowledged and a Happy occasions revealed. Per a Ever suggested the Leader of the concerned citizens should lose her exemption. The chief assessor has explained that people can be exempted from paying the tax but they can to be exempted from being on the occupation Rolls. How did the head watchdog s name come to the attention of the county assessor it probably did have something to do with All those letters and news releases from the concerned citizens printed in the big bad newspaper. It certainly smacks of collusion and conflict of interest not to mention a a vitriolic a attacking and All that other Good stuff the villains have been accused of doing. The Only Gratifying part of this As far As this villain is concerned is that he a apparently become a member As one Newspaperman put it of a the Power Structure in to a it will certainly be a glowing item in his obituary someday Quot Skillings is survived by his wife his two children his brother in Law and the rest of the Power Structure in of yes this news editor and unethical journalist is a brother in Law of a county commissioner but unlike some concerned citizens he everyone loves to give on Valentines Day advertise on our Valentine s Day gift ideas Page Friday february 11th and help your customers say a i love you advertising deadline is tuesday february 8th Call Ltd la daily Feu Teui 265-2151 or 888-9652 for assistance on your and. _ no to a a Mma

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