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2 Feb 1994

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2 Feb 1994

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Daily Review (Newspaper) - February 2, 1994, Towanda, PennsylvaniaTwo the daily review wednesday february 2,1994 National briefs stocks fall amid profit taking new York apr stocks retreated from their record highs on tuesday As a Spike in interest rates and concern about inflation gave investors an excuse to sell shares that had run up in value. The Dow Jones Industrial average fell 14.35 Points to 3,964.01 after setting three successive All time closes and surging 70 Points. A declining issues outnumbered advances by about 6 to 5 on the new York Stock Exchange. Volume on the floor of the big Board came to 322.44 million shares As of 4 ., Down slightly from 322.81 million in the previous session. Alfred Goldman director of technical Market analysis with . Edwards described the markets decline As a Normal pause after the Sharp Advance. The Dow Rose 6 percent in january the Nash a composite Standard amp poors 5 x and nose indexes All around 3 percent while at the american Stock Exchange the Market value Index Rose 1.8 percent. The catalyst for tuesdays sell off analysts said was a decline in Bond prices that pushed up credit Market interest attorneys beat Odds for brother clients by Linda Deutsch a special correspondent los Angeles apr the Menendez Brothers murder trial spotlighted starkly contrasting styles of two defense lawyers who defied All Odds when they won deadlocks in the notorious Parent murder Case. Leslie Abramson self described courtroom a Warrior a flamboyant and outspoken and Jill Lansing a Cool unemotional tactician say they will team again in the second trial of Erik and Lyle Menendez a if the court appoints them. Abramson who often infuriated prosecutors and the judge with her abrasive style in her defense of Erik said she a not about to tone Down her attacks when the Battle resumes. A i see myself As a Warrior a Abramson said. A a in a going to keep slugging they have asked Superior court judge Stanley Weisberg to appoint them at taxpayer expense asserting the once wealthy Brothers Are now indigent. They say defense lawyers rarely make Money on murder cases anyway. A a in la never get Rich doing this a Abramson said. A Rich people done to kill each other enough for a lawyer to get Rich doing murder Lansing stated her position with characteristically less drama. Quot in a not looking to this to be my entree into the big Money High Power cases a she said. A a in a not trying to build a Law besides she added a this will always be perceived As Leslie Scase. My personality in a courtroom is less of a Factor than Leslie a. When Lyle testified it was Lyle the jury they deny they staged their contrasting roles for dramatic effect. A we did no to play bad Guy Good Guy a Abramson said. A a in a just a bad Guy and Jill is a Good Guy. We did no to calculate half As much As the world Abramson was the courtroom firebrand and those who watched her on to loved her or hated her. Some jurors later called her a the pit Bull and said they would hire her if they got in trouble. Lansing was described by some jurors As a a Classy lady or a very nearly five years after they shot Jose and Kitty Menendez to death in the family a Beverly Hills mansion Erik 23. And Lyle 26, remain jailed without bail. District attorney Gil Garcetti said he will prosecute them again for first degree murder and seek the death penalty in the . 20, 1989, slayings. The trial prosecutors Pamela Bozanich for Lyle and Lester see a brother a Page 12 super bowl leftovers spice up soup Kitchen people in the news a to i Axt hta a d _ Tho Simar Gnu i in non Vishino com a ii tvs a Patino for a Atlanta apr the super bowl is providing some super eating for diners at the City a shelters and soup kitchens. On monday a food Bank collected 850 pounds of Rabbit Stew beef tenderloin Buffalo steaks stuffed peppers and Apple tarts from the taste of the nil for which chefs from the 28 National football league cities create culinary masterpieces. A a it a a Windfall a said Carl Jaffar who works for the Atlanta Community food Bank. In the next few Days the food Bank will collect a total of 15,000 pounds of leftovers from super bowl celebrations. That a 50 percent More than it normally collects in a week from convention centers restaurants and institutions. It took three people two hours to Load 1,400 pounds of food from the Kitchen at the Georgia dome site of sundays Victory of the Dallas cowboys Over the Buffalo Bills. Polenta topped with grilled vegetables loins of tuna pasta and chocolate crepes went to a West end soup Kitchen and an alcohol treatment Center. Jaffar delivered the 850 pounds of food to Daren Banks the Cook at Bright beginnings a Halfway House for the mentally ill that serves lunch to 75 people and dinner to 50 every Day. A ooh yes a Banks said when he saw the tenderloins and the Apple tarts. A what about this Buffalo a Jaffar asked gesturing to 40 pounds of uneaten steaks. A a you re kidding a Banks replied. A the Bills lost so bad nobody will eat that. Ill just Tell them its briefs Linton puts in Good word for Casey Washington apr gov. Robert p. Casey came to town to listen to president Clinton a speech on health care a and ended up being part of it. During an address to the National governors association the president was discussing the work of various states on health care Reform when he nodded toward the governor who is recuperating from a heart liver transplant that was performed last june. The president in an obvious reference to the governors successful surgery said Casey a proves that you can do anything in the health care system if you the governor smiled broadly As his colleagues laughed and applauded. Clinton later Shook hands with the governor and offered him Good wishes. The Public show of warmth was in contrast to their often Distant relations a Casey did no to support Clinton in 1992 and they have often disagreed on abortion issues. Earlier Casey received a standing ovation from the group and was also recognized by Senate minority Leader Robert Dole a Kansas. A i feel Good a Casey told reporters. A a in a about 80 percent 85 percent. I feel a lot better than i did last year. Ill Tell you Thali a a a. M is 3� i Ridge Preate spar Harrisburg apr two contenders for the Republican gubernatorial nomination Are pounding each other Over their 1993 fund raising. The Campaign for Erie congressman Tom Ridge who raised nearly $2 million last year tops among All candidates noted that attorney general Ernie Preater a Campaign ended 1993 with a balance of $397,000 and a $35,000 debt. Ridge had nearly $1.2 million in the Bank. A the wheels Are clearly coming off the Preate Campaign a said Ridge Campaign manager Mark Holman. A this is a report based on debts Loans and unpaid Preater a Side did no to waste time returning the fire. A single digit regional candidate Ridge panics a said a statement from Preate Campaign manager Mike Hudome. Preater a Campaign has painted Ridge As a regional candidate who is unknown statewide was trailing badly in a january poll Preate commissioned and has a Liberal voting record in Congress. Ridge supported the 1990 budget Compromise that raised Federal taxes and which president Bush later Harrisburg apr Here Are the winning numbers selected tuesday in the Pennsylvania state lottery daily number 4-2-6 big 4, 9-4-5-1�?o Pennsylvania wild card lotto a 12-20-27-31-37-43. The wild card number was 23. Fridays a Pennsylvania wild card lotto Jackpot will be Worth at least $4.8 million because no players matched the six winning numbers drawn tuesday night a lottery official said. Lottery director Charles w. Kline said three player matched five numbers plus the wild card and won $10,843.50 85 players matched five numbers and won $688.50 each 170 players matched four numbers plus the wild card and won $382.50 each 3,114 players matched four numbers and won $20.50 each 3,951 players matched three numbers plus the wild card and won $9.50 each. Saturdays a Pennsylvania super 7�?� Jackpot will be Worth at least $2.2 million. Thursdays a Cash five Jackpot will be Worth at least $300, York Albany . Apr Here Are the winning numbers selected tuesday in the new York state lottery daily 4-7-7 win four 6-4-8-1 pick 10, 4-17-20-24-30-40-41 -42-46-47-49-56-59-60-64-65-68-71 -72-80.corrections the photo at the Bottom of the a around the area column was taken by Frank Perry. The occupants of the Sleigh Are unknown. Teacher conferences at Sayre High school will be held tuesday feb. 8. To tips programs readers might enjoy. Wednesday february 2 a reflections on the Silver screen am 8 30 Dancer Singer actor Gene Kelley looks Back on his film career. Of course footage from a singin in the rain is included. A Melrose place Fox 9 Billy and Alison talk about having a Long distance relationship. Michael is faced with a restraining broker did no to like Reba a Trade agreement Tulsa okla. Apr a pawnshop owner who likes Reba Mcentire a singing but not her gun Exchange program is offering his customers a Chance to Trade in Reba instead. Bring a Mcentire compact disc cassette or concert ticket to Tulsa gun and Pawn and owner Buck Dickinson will give you a 10 percent discount on firearms. The Deal is his response to Mcentire a offer to give 100 tickets to her feb. 19 show to people who turn in their guns. A she Hasni to thought the problem through a Dickinson said monday. A we done to have a gun problem. We have a criminal so far Mcentire a Exchange program has brought in 49 guns but Only one person has taken advantage of Dickinson a offer which began Friday. Another person wanted to Trade his twisted sister albums but Dickinson turned him Down. Dickinson said he will throw away the Mcentire merchandise he receives. A we let this stuff get Back out on the streets a he to be a dispute Between Vedder police Boulder Colo. Apr Pearl Jam Singer Eddie Vedder does no to think Security guards belong in a mosh pit. Police think Vedder belongs in court. Vedder who chased Security guards from the slam dance area during a nov. 27 concert at the University of Colorado has been is obstructed govern my of a Panotis. The charge is punishable by up to six months in jail and $750 in fines. Police say Security guards were trying to remove a a disruptive individual from the pit when Vedder stopped singing and told the guards to get out. The incident prompted the cancellation of the last of the bands three sold out shows at the University. Pearl Jam is a Seattle based alternative Rock band whose hits include a a alive and likens his role to one of special moments los Angeles apr the Way a1 Lewis sees it. Officer Leo Schnauzer is just like an old flame. Lewis reprised his role As Schnauzer in the newly released film version of the to series a car 54, where Are you a a a it a like meeting your first love All Over again a the 83-year-old actor said in tuesdays editions of the daily news of los Angeles. A it still brings Back certain warm Lewis who also is Well known for alien i restaurant main st., Towanda a. 265-2488 wednesday night 5 -8 All you can eat Spaghetti dinner 4.95 toss salad amp homemade garlic cheese bread Reg. Menu available his role As grandpa in the to series a the munsters a took time away from running his new York comedy club to make the Ray donates his duds to raise funds for children a Hospital Ashland by. Apr you can to have Billy Ray Cyrus achy Breaky heart but his wardrobe is up for grabs. Cyrus donated a to shirt Black leather hat Tennis shoes and Blue jeans to a Benefit auction for a Memphis children a Hospital. Cyrus wore the outfit during a december concert in Huntington . The to shirt and Tennis shoes Are autographed. Cyrus also donated a pair of leather boots that he bought from a fan at the concert for $300. Cyrus autographed the boots too. The feb. 8 auction sponsored by Catlettsburg radio station a tar pm also will feature merchandise from country music artists Ricky Van Shelton Clint Black and Randy 0?at6en, Edward a. Donovan . 24, 1930 feb. 21993 it has been one year since we lost you. We miss you deeply and hold on to the memories of you and the love and Security you gave to us. We will never forget always Debbie Denise amp Tyler Bob Mcnett Tours has arranged a 9 Day trip to Branson to leaving june 6th also a 9 Day bus tour to Branson to leaving May 16th, featuring the most popular shows such As a the Osmond family a Box car Willie a the Presley country music show to name a few plus other attractions. Also a 8 Day trip leaving August 22nd to Nashville to featuring Hollywood and All major attractions in Nashville including the grand Ole opry Graceland in Memphis and sept. 12 a 7 Day trip to Myrtle Beach so featuring 4 shows shopping amp time on the Beach from our Ocean front for full information write Bob Mcnett re i Box 151 Montgomery a 17752 or Call 717 547-2442_ a late shift Leno Letterman amp the network Battle for late night supremacy by Bill Carter a to reporter for the new York times. In the Book Leno said he Learned on Jan. 6, 1993, that Abc executives still debating whether to keep him on a a tonight or to pay out his contract and give Letterman the show had scheduled an evening conference Call. Leno after taping his los Angeles based show sneaked into a tiny office adjoining the offices of Abc entertainment president Warren Littlefield and Abc productions chief John Agoglia. When the Call came in Leno listened in and took careful notes. He said he Wasny to worried about being caught. In the Book he recalled thinking a what Are they going to do fire me a Leno said he did no to feel insulted or angered by the executives Frank discussions of him and his show. A the people that i knew were on my Side were on my Side. It Wasny to somebody patting me on the Back and then stabbing he said. A it was fun. It was exciting. It was very enlightening a Leno told Snyder. A the Best part of it was using the various information the rest of the weve got you Imperial guaranteed Wall coverings a Colllns a Aik Man company Jayne a Flower 5 paint inc. 429 Fulton st., Waverly by 14892 607 565-7065 Sharaton bus service Quot a feb. 26 Atlantic City.$24 March 9 or 12 Philadelphia Flower show.$29 March 17 amp 18 Atlantic City overnight per person double occupancy $79 March 26 radio City easter show. Per person $49 april 23 May 1 Branson Missouri. $795 Shirley Lent escort july 3-5 Statler Brothers anniversary show.$155 Shirley Lent escort note All prices include round trip transportation amp admission ticket . Box 790 a Wyalusing a. 18853 phone 717 746-3249 a hours 9 30 -1 00 Mon. Fri., 7 9 Mon. Amp wed. 9 9 charter service available 9 i David Letterman Leno admits to eavesdropping on Call about Letterman new York apr Jay Leno hid in a darkened office to eavesdrop on a conference Call of top Abc executives deciding whether to offer his a a tonight show Job to David Letterman. A a it a wonderful a Leno said in a monday night interview with Cnoc talk show Host Tom Snyder. A i was having the time of my life. It was the funniest thing. Its like being Huck finn at your own Leno a action was first reported in saluting boy scouts of America on tuesday feb 8th Allen keep up the Good work. We re proud of you. Love mom dad Mary sue amp Joey Honor your special scout with a Happy and in this upcoming special Section. Just Send in the form below with a Check or Money order for 6.00, of which 1.00 will be donated to the a camper ship fund of the five Rivers Council. Deadline is Friday february 4th at 5 00 Please print the following for my special scout on tues., feb. 8 i a mail or bring in to one of the review offices below. I 116 main st., . Box 503, Towanda a 18848i name _ i address or 233 Desmond st., Sayre a 18840 if you need a larger Happy and or would like to include a picture. Please Call for prices. Daily / sunday 8658151 a 1-800-253-3662 a 888-9652

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