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Daily Review (Newspaper) - March 18, 1994, Towanda, PennsylvaniaTwo the daily review Friday March 18,1994 National briefs newspapers coming again to Silver screen stocks Advance with Good inflation news new York apr stocks climbed thursday Given a boost by comforting inflation news As Oil and cyclical issues set the Pace. The Stock Market managed to move ahead despite weakness in the Bond Market that pushed up interest rates. After meandering around near Neutral for much of the session the Dow Jones Industrial average gradually improved in afternoon action and ended 16.99 higher at 3,865.14. Broadly based Market indicators also finished near their Best Levels of the Day. The new York Stock Exchange composite Index added 0.77, rising to 261.11 and the Standard amp poor a 500 Index gained 1.47 to 470.89. Advancing issues outnumbered declines by about 9 to 8 on the big Board where volume came to 303.89 million shares As of 4 . Est. On wednesday 306.10 million shares changed hands on the nose. Smaller stocks advanced too led by a charge in technology and telecommunications shares that carried the Nash a Stock markets composite Index to a record close of 803.85, up 4.86. It surpassed the previous Peak of 800.42 that had stood since Jan. 31. At the american Stock Exchange the Market value Index Rose 0.81 to 470.63. Reagan a pretty steamed by North Richmond a. Apr former president Ronald Reagan jumped into the Virginia Senate race thursday saying he was a getting pretty steamed a Over what he said were false statements by Republican candidate Oliver North. In feisty response North said political opponents had made a blatant and intentional misrepresentations of things i have said in order to secure the letter from Reagan a a president that i Revere and Reagan a comments came in an Exchange of letters with former Nevada sen. Paul Laxalt who supports North a gop opponent former Reagan budget chief James c. Miller id. Reagan accused North of lying about the Iran Contra scandal but he stopped Short of endorsing Miller in the race for the seat held by democratic . Sen. Charles s. Robb. A throughout my political career i have refrained from endorsing any candidate involved in a contested Republican primary a Reagan wrote in the letter dated wednesday. A a but i do have to admit that i am getting pretty steamed about the statements coming from Oliver North. I never instructed him or anyone in my administration to mislead Congress on Iran Contra matters or anything else a Reagan wrote. A i certainly did not know anything about the Iran Contra diversion a he wrote. A and the private meetings he said he had with me just did no to acting replacement named for Hubbell a Ashington apr Deputy solicitor general William Bryson a 16-year Justice department Veteran was picked thursday to serve As acting associate attorney general when Webster Hubbell leaves. Hubbell a close Friend of president Clinton and former Law partner of Hillary Rodham Clinton announced his resignation from the departments no. 3 Post monday to take time to resolve a Billing dispute with his former Law firm in Little Rock Ark. Attorney general Janet Reno told her weekly news conference that she had transferred Bryson to the Post of Deputy associate attorney general and named him acting associate effective when Hubbell departs a in the next few Reno would not be More specific about Hubbell a departure Date saying Only a that Date will be consistent with a smooth and orderly Bryson 48, has argued nearly 150 cases in the supreme court and appeals courts and has won Many of the governments highest honors for career employees. Those include justices highest award for a lawyer the exceptional service award in 1985 the highest award for senior executive service employees the presidential distinguished rank award in 1991 and the attorney general a award for excellence in management in 1993. State briefs of Donnell proposes Job plan Harrisburg apr Democrat Robert of Donnell says he would create jobs As governor by investing in the states workers businesses and transportation. Of Donnell released a plan called a blueprint for Pennsylvania investing in jobs a at a news conference thursday at the Capitol. Of Donnell a former state House member from Philadelphia is one of seven candidates seeking the democratic nomination for governor in the May 10th primary. Of Donnell was speaker of the House from 1990 to 1992. Of Donnell wants an aggressive Export strategy More targeted Trade missions and More research and development investment. He favors charter schools run by parents and teachers and Transfer of $65 million from lawmakers pet projects called was to a state jobs commission. The commission would coordinate All state training. A the jobs of the future Are smart jobs and they demand a Well educated work Force a of Donnell said in a statement. A your next governor has an obligation to restore the connection Between hard work and a better life for Pennsylvania Marks Stinson hearing scheduled Philadelphia apr the Winner of a controversial state Senate race Between Republican Bruce Marks and Democrat William Stinson could be named by the end of March nearly five months after the election. . District judge Clarence newcomer thursday scheduled a hearing for March 28 that will give Marks a Chance to prove Absentee ballots were fraudulent. Proof of enough fraud would give Marks a Victory his attorney said. Newcomer held a closed meeting with the two candidates and their attorneys to discuss How the hearing would proceed. Lotteries Pennsylvania Harrisburg apr Here Are the winning numbers selected thursday in the Pennsylvania state lottery daily number 1-6-3 big 4, 5-9-9-1 Cash 5,9-12-27-29-34. One player matched All five winning numbers drawn in thursdays a pennsylvanian Cash 5�?� game and will collect a Jackpot Worth $431,508, a lottery official said. Lottery director Charles w. Kline said 377 players matched four numbers and won $268 12,322 players matched three numbers and won $9 each and 127,342 players matched two numbers and won $1. Fridays a wild card lotto Jackpot will be Worth at least $2.3 million. New York Albany . Apr Here Are the winning numbers selected thursday in the new York state lottery daily 4-4-3 win four 9-6-3-5 pick 10, 2-13-16-17-22-24-25-28-34-41 -45-47-48-53-56-58-65-75-76-79. Corrections Northeast Bradford teachers will report to school on easter monday. To tips programs readers might enjoy. Friday March 18 a inc a basketball tournament lbs 8 . Round one action continues. A the tonight show Abc 11 35 . Film critics Siskel and Ebert Are scheduled guests. By Hillel Italie associated press writer new York apr in the Doris Day comedy a a teachers a pet a the actress stars As a journalism teacher who tries to recruit a Veteran City editor As a guest lecturer. The editor played by Clark Gable responds that such classes Are a waste of time. A i can give you a perfect picture of this Man without Ever having seen him a Day Acerbi Cally tells her students after Reading Gables letter aloud unaware he a in the room. A the works in a sure with a cigarette dangling from his Mouth. In a suit he Hasni to had pressed in months. And of course he has the battered old hat he give up for the Crown of England. A poker comes easy to him but of boy he drinks hard. And after he a had a few hell always Tell you a Why i never even got to High school and in a proud of of he boasts about his exploits with the ladies of course but he i never marry anyone but his a in Short a she concludes to much laughter a a he a a perfect example of that dying race the undressed gentleman of the Gable sheepishly hides his battered hat pretends he a just another student and soon puts the moves on his Young instructor. To nobody a Surprise the two make peace both in journalism and private life. In other newspaper movies our heroine have been so Lucky. Had she tried that speech in the pressroom of a the front Page a those undressed gentlemen would have interrupted their card game just Long enough to push her out the door. Run those words by editor Edward g. Robinson in a five Star final and he might not Only have sent some boys to work her Over but made sure a reporter was there to get the exclusive. Journalists a a it a peeking through keyholes a laments a the front Page reporter Hildy Johnson. A a it a running after fire engines waking up people in the Middle of the night to ask them what they thought of Mussolini and stealing old pictures off old ladies after their daughters get attacked in Grove Hollywood is releasing at least three movies this year that features those big screen Scal wags. Jennifer Jason Leigh plays an undercover journalist in the Coen Brothers a the Hunsucker a the paper follows a Day in the life of a new people in the news Williams to go Back to Japan to perform for his fans Nashville Tenn. Apr Hank Williams or. Will visit All his Rowdy japanese friends for the first time in 10 years. Williams has scheduled two concerts next month in Tokyo and Oita. The concerts will be filmed for a one hour documentary for Cable tvs the Nashville network. A a it a been 10 years since Hank has performed in Japan and that was mainly for the american military personnel stationed there a Merle Kilgore Williams manager said wednesday. A this time he a going Over to entertain his japanese fans. Williams hits include a fall my Rowdy friends and a ubom to Ozzy will probably keep to himself on stage Newport Beach Calif. Apr Ozzy Osbourne has discovered a stunt even More dangerous than biting the Heads off live bats inviting his fans to join him onstage. Osbourne made that invitation no a March 28, 1992, concert and started a Stampede. His attorney Philip d. Weiss called it a a a really stupid thing on wednesday an Orange county jury agreed. The jury which earlier ruled that Osbourne a action was negligent ordered his insurance company to pay $60,000 to an electrician trampled in the Stampede. The electrician Kenneth Allan Winkler 43, suffered a shoulder injury. He was seeking $250,000. Osbourne former Leader of the heavy Metal group Black Sabbath is known for biting the Heads off live bats during concerts As Well As for the Solo hit a crazy brains Arentt prerequisite for liking opera Manila Philippines apr you done to have to be smart to love opera As far As Tenor Luciano Pavarotti is concerned. A you done to need any brain to listen to music. Sensibility is something which can be in a simple person a Pavarotti said thursday. A music is like sports. It does no to need interpreters. Everybody understands. Its the International Pavarotti is scheduled to sing Friday night in a Benefit concert at the 3,200-seat philippine International convention Center. Burn the Best hard Coal Bishop fuel co. 318 n. Elmer ave. 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A talking to insurance companies providers Home consultations available also Industrial assistance Contact Patricia Thayer health care consultant 265-3357 available evenings amp weekends health care consulting can save you big Bucks York City tabloid. And come summer Julia Roberts and Nick Nolte can be seen As rival reporters in the romantic comedy a i love All borrow from old films. The plot of Quot the Hunsucker proxy is lifted from a emr. Deeds goes to town a Nolte and Roberts update the he she bantering Between Spencer Tracy and Katharine Hepburn in a woman of the a the paper races along in the in be seen it All tradition of a the front a a what a interesting is you still see those Guys hanging around the new York daily news and new York Post a said a the paper director Ron Howard. A in a Way they Are kind of a throwback. A i saw a Guy literally sprinting across the newsroom with a cigarette dangling from his lips tie undone holding up some copy. He a a columnist Rushing to one of the editors because they were trying to make this like cowboys and gangsters and private eyes screen journalists live outside society a often wearing Black hats or a Darker Shade of Gray. Allowing for the Brief time when a fall the presidents men gave reporters the image of crusaders for Justice newspaper people usually have been presented As loveable rogues or dangerous meddlers. A we Only have to be right today a Glenn close says As the managing editor in a the paper a justifying a front Page Story she knows is wrong. A journalist ruins an innocent Many a reputation in 198l�?Ts a absence of an editor in 1985�?Ts a the mean season looks Alice s restaurant main st., Towanda a. 265-2488 a prime rib a chopped sirloin a Fried onions amp mushrooms a Chicken Parmesan dinners include salad bar mon.-wed.6a.m.to5p.m. Thurs. 6 . To 8 . Fri. 6 . To 9 . Sat. 6 . To 8 . Sun. 8 . To 1 . Now serving fresh Oyster Stew Don t forget we Cater upon a serial killer As a Chance to win the pulitzer prize. As a headline hungry reporter in Billy Wilder a 1951 film a the big carnival a Kirk Douglas delays the Rescue of a Man trapped in a Cave. A we picked up and examined the debris of murders suicides family explosions. Our noses were full of the doors of chicanery and human fatuous Ness a wrote a the front Page co creator Ben Hecht remembering his Early years As a journalist. A politicians were Crooks. The leaders of causes were scoundrels. Morality was a farce full of murders rapes and love nests. Swindlers ran the world and the Devil Sang everywhere. These discoveries filled me with a great but Day was onto something when she talked about a a dying at least in one Way the history of newspaper movies reflects the history of newspapers themselves there used to be a lot More of them. Back in the 1930s and �?T40s, when several dailies might compete in a major City Hollywood made dozens of newspaper flicks with suitably hard hitting titles such As a scandal Sheet a a the Power of the press and a off the among the stars were Gable see a newspapers a Page 11 notice yesterdays and should be read saturday March 19th renegade will be playing at . Schultz s Golden Eagle hotel 520 main st., Towanda like a Good neighbor it i to m t state farm is see me for car Home life and health insurance Robert l. 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