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Wellsville Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - September 19, 1970, Wellsville, New York
September 1970 Wellsville daily new York three men plead guilty 1 innocent in county court Page five Belmont judge William Serra of Wellsville sentenced Vincent Williams of Friendship to two years probation in county court Williams had pleaded guilty last june to third degree assault in connection with the alleged striking of Gary Mcgee on the head with a pipe on main Roy of East state pleaded guilty to a grand jury indictment earlier this month of third degree burglary and Petit in connection with the alleged stealing of Between and from the Grant main where he had been he had been arrested new shirt dress in two lengths arraignment will be at a later David Patrick of North main pleaded innocent to a closed indictment handed Down by the grand jury which charged him with the theft of four Auto radiators from the Bell equipment the Case was placed on the trial Ralph of Friendship pleaded guilty to Petit satisfaction of charges of third degree burglary and Petit larceny in connection with the alleged stealing of four a Chain knife and fishing tackle Box March 10 from the recreation Maple Grove owned by William also of no Date was set for his 9091 sizes 818 no go to any length but be sure to sew the shirt dress that newer than now unbutton it to reveal As much leg As you note Back pleats printed pattern 9091 new misses sizes 12 bust 34 takes 3 Yards 45inch seventy five cents for each pattern add 25 cents for each pattern for air mail and special Send to Marian Wellsville daily pattern 232 West 18th new memories great Comfort when skies Are Gray by Hal Boyle new York a memo Ries have Rose coloured we dont depend on memories so much on sunshiny but they Are a great Comfort when skies Are the rain and aches and pangs afflict the Bones and heart of memory softens or erases the hurts we knew in other times and casts a magical glow around it works on our spirits like a Friendly Medicine that leaves no bitter aft ref you have a fair sized Ware House of yesterdays yourself if you can look Back and remember the Winter season want offi Cial until the newspapers car ried pictures of Rich old John Rockefeller giving a dime to some kid on a Florida Golf there were More potbellied stoves than potbellied people in if a Mother Learned her daughter had been seen doing the shimmy on a dance Felt the whole family might As Well get on the next train and leave town As they All been disgraced beyond during prohibition if a fellow awoke with a hangover and get hold of a Boot he could always obtain emergency Relief by drinking his wife Kitchen bottle of Vanilla extract or buying some cheap hair tonic from an understand ing a housewife could take a Dol Lar spend an exhilarating afternoon shopping in a five and Tennent and still emerge with a Quarter in change is j its Sootoo big Hoy Brown of Florida with Marilou Hal sport look Over the 48inch pumpkin which Brown grew in his reporter photo contracts signed Deputy mayor Donald seated signs contracts for construction of the police fire firms represented were left to right Ron Rechin of and Angelo Cilano of Cilano for the electrical Jim Lunay and Donald Brown of Brown associates for heating and and Leslie Halfpenny of Fontanese and reporter photo Long Auto strike May delay Economy comeback new York a the wide Gap Between the offer of general motors and the demand of the United Auto workers could Lead to a pro longed strike in the View of some economic Ham per chances for a recovery in the nations Harold assistant Secretary of Commerce for eco nomic described the situation this Way the Auto strike puts a Dent in the Economy at an unfortunate time when were on the and Argus research predicted that a prolonged strike might reduce the Gross National product by billion in the fourth this would represent a significant retardation in the expected economic the company the strike began at Midnight after lengthy negotiations Between pm and the to reach ment on terms of a new three year As the negotiations the wide Gap Between the Law and the worlds largest manufacturer made it seem a strike was almost and some labor experts now speculate it could be a protracted Earl the automakers chief had said the Laws wage demands had gone from wild to while Irving director of the unions pm had dismissed the corporations first contract offer As a hic the strike idled about pm workers and is expected to result in layoffs at some of the companies which Supply the labor peace on the nations railroads appeared none too a temporary restraining or Der issued tuesday by a Federal court ended walkouts by Union members on three the order expires the governments top mediator in the dispute reported that labor and management were still far in another development that could ultimately have Broad implications for the the first Pennsylvania banking Philadelphia largest announced that it was reducing its prime lending rate to per cent from 8 per the prime rate is the interest a Bank charges its most credit worthy which Are usually which has assets of was the first Large Bank in the country to Cut its prime rate from the 8 per cent level established nationally by Banks last no other big Banks emulated first Pennsylvania but if they it could make Money easier to economists the result could be creased capital spending eventually More they indicators the nations eco nomic health released the past week were on the one business inventories in july registered their biggest monthly increase of the the Commerce department some government analysts viewed this As a sign that the Economy stood on the threshold of an on the other Industrial output in August fell per cent from the previous the Federal Reserve Board report the the fourth in five prompted one government analyst to remark production is at the May which Doest indicate much Hope for any Strong economic rebound this housing starts in August declined from the july level by 10 per cent to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of million the Commerce depart ment the decline followed increase israeli Premier denies report of violations new York a israeli Premier Golda arriving for urgent consultations of the Middle East has de Nied a state department report that her country has Vio lated some provisions of the i have not seen the she told newsmen at Kennedy Airport wednesday i know that Israel is not guilty of some violations or any violations officials said in washing ton wednesday that Israel had violated the ceasefire by con ducting reconnaissance flights Over Egypt and by strengthen ing fortifications at the Suez Ca Meir stopped Here on her Way to Washington where she will meet Friday with president Nixon and Secretary of state of those talks she i Hope to have the Opportunity to discuss problems of the Middle problems that face Israel at present and problems which i believe we have in common with the United asked to comment on rumours that Israel might soften its Posi Tion on releasing Arab prisoners in View of the hostages held by guerrilla air plane Meir said obituaries Harold Kane Belmont Harold Kane of Corbin Hill died unexpectedly Friday in the Cuba memorial born april 1904 in Wood he was the son of the late Morton and Rose Finney he had been a resident of this area since including and Cuba prior to coming to Kane was a retired Oil Field worker and besides his Florence Greene he is survived by a James of Cuba and Francis Pettnot of eight grandchildren and a miss Helen Kane of Cherry friends May Call today from 7 to 9 and sunday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 at the Embser funeral 17 Schuyler where a Rosary will be recited at 8 a requiem mass will be celebrated at 11 monday in marys in which he was a the Joseph Hassler will interment will be in marys Kane family request the family of the late Harold Kane requests those wishing to make donations in his memory do so to the american cancer Lyman Post Angelica Lyman Jennie of Park died Friday in Jones memorial following a Long born March 1890 in Penn she was the daughter of the late Benjamin and Leone Coon Post had resided in Belvidere prior to coming to Angelica several years she had attended the first Baptist survivors include a Garold Hull of a Graham Dorothy Davis of a Fannie Thompson of nine grandchildren and 11 great friends May Call today from 7 to 9 and sunday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 Richard Burt funeral where services will be conducted monday at 1 by the David pastor of the first Baptist interment will be in the Belvidere Hospital Ofa Barney phone and Roger Perkins of Binghamton spent one Day last week at the Home of his and Rex Charles Van Pappen and of Cleveland Are spending the week with and Burnett Pritchard and other relatives in the and Olney Graves accompanied and Francis Pickett to where they recently visited Essie they also visited and Edward Benson at Lima and also Roseland Canandaigua and Lawrence hurler of North were wednesday guests of his Eleanor and Howard Perkins of Millport and of were recent dinner guests of her and Rex miss Perkins furnished music at the methodist Church and Edward Schank of Naples spent the weekend with her Dianne Friendship Man pays Fine in Auto mishap Friendship Martin of was fined by Friendship Justice Clifford Lyon on a charge of driving at a Speed not reasonable and prudent in connection with an Accident according to arresting officer Constable John Skiver failed to negotiate a curve on route two Miles North of White Creek he was travelling left the right shoulder and lost control of his pickup he was taken to Jones memorial Hospital suffering head lacerations and rib Jones memorial census operations 6 admissions Nellie 168 West state miss Jeanie Bolivar Glenn Whitesville Roddy 71 Loder discharges John 40 Brooklyn Heights Ledurn Friendship Dennis 29 Martin Denzil Friendship Raymond Friendship birth a to and James Susan Fuller Wilson of 18 Cuba memorial admissions Anthony Olean Earl Belmont discharges Kathleen Campbell and Genesee Glenn Robert Belfast admissions Ruth Almond Charles Wellsville re 3 discharges Nichols Alfred Hornell admissions Eugene Belmont Christopher Alfred discharges Eugene Belmont fifty the District of Columbia and eight foreign countries were represented in the 1970 Abc students pay tuition with credit cards a night school students at the University of Rochester can pay their tuition by credit a University spokesman said wednesday that the new plan hopefully would replace a deferred tuition he said the advantage of using credit cards was that the school would get its Money immediate full time night tuition and fees Are Mexico comprehensive tour for Only an exciting 21 Day escorted tour of Mexico As it should be see from the Yucatan to glamorous Acapulco from Mexico City to fast growing visit Vera see ancient mayan breath taking stay at the finest a c deluxe bus to Tampa pan am dec no to return from Mexico Tours january and March write for full information about our finest Mexico Shanly travel suite416 290 main Street new York 14202 congressman James Hastings to testify on 1970 census James who represents Allegany county in plans to offer testimony before a House subcommittee on the census on behalf of communities in his 38th congressional District which have complained that the 1970 census count was the subcommittee opened hearings into the census count on 15 under the chair Manship of Charles Brown with new York City mayor John Lindsay and census director George Brown As Lead off the hearings Are expected to last about a month with congressional witnesses scheduled to be heard Hastings said he has received several complaints from cities in his District charging that their communities were the preliminary census figures showed substantial population losses for some communities raising concern Over reduction in state and Federal Aid allocated on a per capita Hastings said he was1 seeking data from the mayors of the communities involved for presentation before the sub Uvino coif Mallery radio to Welivar save your Money until 23rd and Well save you Money signed a merchant in Wellsville the cultural programs Council of Alfred University announces its 197071 season lectures Julian Georgia 22 Judith movie critic for to 14 Ralph consumer 6 Stewart former Secretary of the 5 Barry United states 14 Herbert new left 15 theatrical and musical productions Stop the Broadway 23 Solistis de yugoslav chamber 18 with Dame Judith 13 the Rochester 12 the Eastman wind 10 the Vienna boys 17 the Lincoln repertoire be scheduled appearances by the Stop the world Road the Lincoln repertoire the Rochester philharmonic and Ralph Nader Are cosponsored with Alfred state College family season ticket individual season ticket tickets May be obtained at the Jacobs Brothers shoe 121 main Hornell the Wellsville travel 118 main Wellsville and at the Alfred University publicity Carnegie main single admissions will be available at the adultsj2 Calendar of events containing lecture and production times and locations will be 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