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Daily Review (Newspaper) - May 3, 1986, Towanda, PennsylvaniaNational briefs items beside Trade vie for Summit s attention Reagan signs Bill Cha borrowing to resume Washington apr president Reagan signed emergency legislation Friday extending the depleted authority of two government agencies that Are major sources of Home mortgage credit the White House said the Law enables the Federal housing administration which hit its $57 4 billion credit ceiling on tuesday to again accept applications for government insured mortgages the Law raises the Cha s credit ceiling $17 billion and extends the Agency s authority to insure mortgages to june 6 the Cha stopped accepting mortgage applications on wednesday. Reagan signed the Bill in Tokyo within hours after he arrived for this weekend s economic Summit meeting the Bill a signing was announced Here and in Tokyo the Bill was passed tuesday night by the Senate and final action came wednesday on a voice vote in the House. The Law also enables the government National mortgage association Ginnie Mae to guarantee the prompt payment of new securities backed by government insured mortgages Over non lethal Contra Aid unaccounted for Washington a More than half the $27 million in . Non lethal Aid for nicaraguan rebels funnelled through Miami Bank accounts cannot be tracked the chairman of a key House panel said rep Michael Barnes. Did chairman of the House foreign affairs subcommittee on i America said congressional investigators from the general accounting office found that the state department lacked adequate safeguards to ensure that the unt racked $15 million of the total was not diverted to buy weapons. Quot we have no Way of knowing what happened to the funds deposited in Miami Bank accounts for local purchases in Central America a Barnes said in a report to the full House foreign affairs committee on the findings of a staff investigation Quot the Gao now estimates that its final accounting will show that $15 million of the $27 million will have disappeared from sight in this Way a he said Barnes said procedures established by the state department allow for . Funds to be combined in Miami Banks with other funds obtained by the contras. Women Viet vets push for memorial statue Minneapolis apr she stands sad eyed and tired a Stethoscope around her neck and a helmet in her hands. To Diane Carlson Evans and other women who served in Vietnam she is a Symbol of something too Long forgotten a Many people done to know there were women in Vietnam a said mrs. Evans she Hopes soon to see that woman a 7-foot statue standing at the polished Black Granite Vietnam veterans memorial in Washington d c., to those who fought and died in the War. Mrs Evans. 39, of River Falls wis., is one of the founders of the Wietman women s memorial project a Volunteer group based in Minneapolis that has launched a nationwide drive to raise $1 million to erect a statue honouring women Vietnam veterans both military and civilian. Sex principal s defense attorney files Appeal Harrisburg apr a defense attorney for former High school principal Jay Smith on Friday filed motions for a new trial and against Smiths conviction and death sentence for the murders of teacher Susan Reinert and her two children. William Costopoulos said in his petitions to Dauphin county common pleas court that the trial judge erred in denying a change of venue or venire and in not keeping the jury sequestered during a Case a considered one of the highest profile cases in the history of the change of venue would have moved the trial to another area where publicity was not so intense. Change of venire would have brought jurors from another area to Dauphin county to hear the Case. Costopoulos also said the court was wrong to Block the defense from Cross examining a key prosecution witness Raymond Martray on a past charge of perjury Martray who was an inmate with Smith at the state prison at Dallas testified that Smith once confided he killed mrs. Reinert. Earlier sentence vacated in Reinert murder Harrisburg apr the state Superior court on Friday temporarily vacated the three consecutive life sentences of one of two men convicted in the deaths of English teacher Susan Reinert and her two children. The court ruled on an Appeal filed by former High school teacher William Bradfield who was convicted in 1983 for the three murders. Mrs. Reinert and Bradfield both worked at upper Merion High school and had been romantically involved. Bradfield a Appeal was based on a number of grounds including the competency of his attorney. The Superior court said Dauphin county common pleas court must decide the Issue of the lawyers competence. The Superior court said it could not affirm the sentences because the attorney who handled Bradfield a Appeal and trial was arguing that he should be declared incompetent and that Issue must be argued by another attorney. Judges ask to be relieved of duties Philadelphia apr two Philadelphia judges including the president judge of the municipal court asked to be relieved of their judicial duties Friday in the Wake of an Federal grand jury investigation into possible illegal Cash gifts from leaders of roofers Union local 30-30b in 1985. Municipal court president judge Joseph Glancey resigned As president judge in a letter to chief Justice Robert . Nix. Glancey and common pleas judge John Chiovero requested they be Given non decision making responsibilities Nix said. Nine current and former Philadelphia judges have admitted taking Cash gifts of $300 or More from leaders of the roofers Union. Friday ? winning lottery numbers Harrisburg apr the winning number Friday in the Pennsylvania daily number was 1-5-8. The winning numbers Friday in the Pennsylvania lotto game were 06, 14,22,11,26 and 31. The alternate number was 32. Albany apr the winning number picked Friday in new Yorkus daily number lottery game was 5-3-3. The a win four number was 6-8-0-7. How to Contact 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 717-888-4406. Mail for our main office should be addressed to 116 main st., Towanda a. 18848. Our Valley office address is 138 Lockhart st., Sayre a. 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 1 . Sunday nights. Valley news personnel can usually be reached at our Valley office Between 9 . And 5 . Weekdays. The daily 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. Tokyo a Ltd terror Trade and a new kind of Challenge the problem of Prosperity Are vying for attention with the soviet nuclear Accident As leaders of the seven major Industrial democracies prepare for the 12th annual economic Summit state bribery defendant files Appeal Harrisburg a a lawyer convicted of participating in a scheme to bribe Public officials has filed another Appeal claiming the chief government witness against him gave inconsistent statements during two trials the Appeal filed on behalf of Alan Stoneman faults the testimony Given by John Torquato or during the Stoneman trial last Spring and a trial earlier this year of former Pittsburgh City Council president Robert Rade Stone Stoneman of Orange Calif was convicted of conspiracy during his trial which took place in Williamsport he was Given a four month sentence and fined $10.000 Stone was acquitted of an extortion charge during his trial which occurred in Pittsburgh Torquato who is now in prison testified at both trials he was the alleged Mastermind of the bribery scheme which involved attempts to win government contracts for his data processing company. Computer technology associates through offers of Cash and favors the Brief filed on behalf of Stoneman said Torquato s testimony during the Stone trial Quot is Replete with several serious deviations from his testimony at the Stoneman trial at least one of which strongly suggests that or Torquato perjured himself at the latter . Attorney James West who prosecuted Stoneman could not be reached for comment late Friday the Appeal filed in . District court Scranton seeks a new trial for Stoneman on monday a Federal appeals court rejected a separate bid by Stoneman and co defendant William t. Smith for new trials. The 3rd . Circuit court of appeals ruled that the trial judge did not err in refusing to Grant Smith and Stoneman separate trials. The japanese capital looked like a City under martial Law As Security forces in unprecedented strength worked anxiously to guard against the sort of terrorist incidents which. President Reagan will Tell Summit partners require a United defense prompted by a spate of guerrilla attacks on Public facilities some 30.000 police officers including 4.-000 not equipped policemen were assembled to protect the Akasaka Palace the government guest House in Central Tokyo where three Days of meetings will be held and other Summit related hotels and buildings Reagan intends to urge the leaders of great Britain. Canada. France. West Germany. Italy and Japan to accelerate the support they have Given the United states on the economic and diplomatic front since the . Bombardment of Libya two weeks ago that retaliatory action was carried out Only with the cooperation of Britain s prime minister Margaret area forecast saturday will be mostly sunny Windy and cold with highs around 40. Winds will be northwesterly at 15 to 25 mph skies will be Clear saturday night lows will be near 25 a hard freeze is expected sunday will be sunny and Milder with highs in the Middle to upper 50s. Extended forecast skies should be fair monday and tuesday. Showers and thunderstorms Are possible wednesday. Temperatures will be Rise through the period lows will be in the Middle 30s to the lower 40s monday in the Middle and upper 40s tuesday and in the 50s wednesday. Highs will be in the 60s monday in the Middle 60s to the lower 70s tuesday and in the 70s wednesday. Yesterday s temperatures 7 . To7 . Max 52 min 38 come out and see your local Volunteer ambulance personnel and equipment sat., May 3rd a ambulance Day from 10 am to 3 pm at one of these convenient locations a courthouse a a a amp p Plaza a Monroeton fire Hall ii to zest 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 we now have 2 greenhouses and an outdoor display area full of plants of All kinds 250 hot dog-10c peps a 3 door Priboi to to Given Loch Doy my oho a a who you no d to pet your poorly Gordon iter twi Rof. Houri men tut a 7 . Tun 10 . I it. 14. Alba to 717 673 �060 Thatcher a we must look for ways to deter states such As Libya from support ing. Directing and sponsoring terrorism while we concurrently look for ways to ameliorate the Root causes of such Reagan said in written replies to pre sum Mit questions submitted by Japa Nese correspondents in his Trade discussions the pres ident and his principal aides including Treasury Secretary James a Baker iii. Will try to open Japan. Canada and Western Europe to a heavier influx of american factory and agricultural products. The seven Summit countries Are enjoying unprecedented Prosper Ity. Propelled by plunging Oil prices falling interest rates and almost no inflation ironically the Good times correspond with huge imbalances in Trade and investment flows that threaten to spread protectionism the United states is operating with a Trade deficit in the Range of $150 billion a year Reagan a Summit partners especially West German Chancellor Helmut Kohl and Japan s prime minister Yasuhiro Nakasone maybe reluctant to Spur demand for . Products for fear it would re ignite inflation As often happens at Summit meetings however an Issue that is not on the Agenda a a crippled soviet nuclear Power station a is competing for attention and will play a High profile role in the formal and informal discussions Only one Day until Craft amp antique fair through wednesday morning nearly a week after the reactor failed venting radiation through the Ukraine Poland and to Scandinavia the circumstances and extent of the Accident Are still veiled in near total Kremlin secrecy. Reagan said an american offer to help the soviets in fighting the reported fire at the chernobyl Plant near Kiev included a expertise for them in every facet of this kind of Accident if they can use it a White House spokesman said soviet Leader Mikhail Gorbachev has not yet responded directly to the offer a a not going to suggest a timetable for someone faced with this kind of Accident Quot Reagan said i Zestch a amt Ulster huh of tonight shows 7 amp 9 Sun. Amp weekdays 7 30 Only run for cover the original Cost is coming to save their school. Hmm tonight amp Sun. Starts at dusk a a i. If is everything you v dreamed of. It is nothing you expect. Cocoon i Xiv a >0� of Coji Chicken and biscuits 3.99 or country style bar-b-0ued ribs $5.99 includes Appetiser. Salad potato vegetable and homemade bread its. 6 amp 220, n. 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