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The Ithaca Journal from Ithaca, New York • Page 8
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The Ithaca Journal from Ithaca, New York • Page 8

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8 ITHACA JOURNAL Saturday, Dec. 15, 1984 Bogus Cabbage Patch dolls seized in Manhattan WEDDINGS ENGAGEMENTS The dolls seized in New York do have accompanying "adoption papers" with the Cabbage Patch logo, even though they are counterfeit. Summit said under legislation passed last October, penalties for trafficking in counterfeit goods have been stepped up. An individual convicted of counterfeit goods trafficking now can receive a five-year prison sentence and a $500,000 fine. A company convicted of phony goods trafficking can receive a million-dollar fine for the first offense and a $5 million fine for the second offense. Summit said an investigation is Shaff Ferris Diane L. Shaft and Scott E. Ferris were married on Nov. 17, 1984 in Lansing United Methodist Church by ''4: the Rev. Paul Pitkin. The bride is the daughter of James and Elizabeth "0,,, ,1, Shaff of Podunk Road, Trumans- I burg. The bridegroom is the son of Leonard and Wilma Ferris of Ithaca. kt The bride wore a gown decorated with pearls and Chantilly lace, yellow ribbons and bows. She carried a bou- i quet of silk flowers, yellow roses, white carnations and baby's breath. 1 Deborah Spencer was maid of hon- i I 7or or Jennifer Marion was an atten- ,4 ela dant. Brian A. Fenner was best man. After a reception at Machinist Hall, the couple left on a wedding trip to Florida. I ti The bride is a graduate of Tru- i mansburg High School and is a recep- 1 I I tionist at Morse Automotive Co. The bridegroom is a graduate of Ithaca High School and she attended Tomp- kins Cortland Community College. Brenda Lynn Lathrop He is a deputy sheriff for the Tompkins County Sheriff's Department Brenda Lynn Lathrop Shaff Ferris Diane L. Shaft and Scott E. Ferris were married on Nov. 17, 1984 in Lansing United Methodist Church by the Rev. Paul Pitkin. The bride is the daughter of James and Elizabeth Shaff of Podunk Road, Trumansburg. The bridegroom is the son of Leonard and Wilma Ferris of Ithaca. The bride wore a gown decorated with pearls and Chantilly lace, yellow ribbons and bows. She carried a bouquet of silk flowers, yellow roses, white carnations and baby's breath. Deborah Spencer was maid of honor. Jennifer Marion was an attendant. Brian A. Fenner was best man. After a reception at Machinist Hall, the couple left on a wedding trip to Florida. The bride is a graduate of Trumansburg High School and is a receptionist at Morse Automotive Co. The bridegroom is a graduate of Ithaca High School and she attended Tompkins Cortland Community College. He is a deputy sheriff for the Tompkins County Sheriff's Department Scott and Diane Ferris Ha tgas Rivera Maureen Marie Ha and Michael Angelo Rivera were married on Nov. 24, 1984 in St. Catherine of Siena Church by the Rev Michael Hogan. The bride is the daughter of Edward and Dorothy 'taigas of 3053 N. Triphammer Road, Lansing. The bridegroom is the son of Angelo and Carmen Rivera of 17 Jerben Stony Point. The bride wore a tiered taffeta gown with a cathedral-length train, fitted bodice, wedding ring collar, decorated with lace and pearls. She carried a bouquet of rubrum lilies, white roses, stephanotis and baby's breath. Tammy Vonderheide was maid of honor. Other attendants were Anna Shaw, Meg Costello, Robin Percey and Sherry Baker. Angelo Rivera Jr. was best man. Ushers were Anthony Solomita, Brian McManus, Richard Rodriguez and Bobby Schreek. A reception was held at the Party House. The bride is a 1980 graduate of Ithaca High School and a 1983 graduate of Tompkins Cortland Community College where she studied word processing. The bridegroom is a 1984 graduate of Cornell University with a bachelor's degree in consumer economics. He is a buyer for John Wannamakers in Philadelphia, Pa. The couple is residing in Sutton Towers, Collings Collingswood, N.J. Marie Vito lo and Mark Ness Vito lo Ness Vincent Vito to of Nanuet and Elaine itolo of Pearl River have announced the engagement of their daughter, Marie Elena Vito to to Mark B. Ness of Trumansburg. Ms. Vito lo is a graduate of Nanuet High School and is a student at SUNY Oswego where she is studying public justice with a concentration in law. Mr. Ness is a graduate of Trumansburg High School and he attended SUNY Oswego. He is studying radiological technology at Tompkins Community Hospital. The couple plans a June 1985 wedding in St. Anthony's Church in Nanuet. Yalter Strait Jy1 Marie Yalter and Stephen G. Strait were married on Nov. 23, 1984 at the bride's home in Interlaken by Justice of the Peace Aubrey Smith. The bride is the daughter of June Yager of Interlaken and Joseph Yager of Bellview, Fla. The bridegroom is the son of Thelma Maloney of El Paso, Tex. and the late Richard Strait. The bride wore a waltz-length dress of white satin with a cape collar and crystal bead trim. She wore a wreath of lavender and blue mums and carried a matching bouquet. Gail Fish was maid of honor. Jeff Brown was best man. The couple took a wedding trip to Niagara Falls. The bride is a 1972 graduate of Trumansburg High School and is employed by NCR Corp. The bridegroom is a 1971 graduate of Ithaca High School and is employed by O'Mally's in Interlaken. The couple is residing in IN ra I fl, It i -12 ey 1 ,1 -1 7 1 I 114..4 1 '4 Li 11 rww.i A ''43 Wemmer Jack and Joy Wemmer Washington College, Chestertown, and is employed as rooms and banquets manager for the Ithaca Ramada Inn. The bridegroom is a 1980 graduate of Salisbury State College and is Director of Marketing for Atlantic Dental Ithaca. Since returning from a wedding trip to Aruba, the couple is residing at University Park, Ithaca. Dear Reader The Journal publishes wedding, anniversary and engagement announcements, free of charge. Black and white photographs of good quality are preferred. Color photographs will be published only if they meet The Journal's standards of reproduction. We reserve the right to refuse photographs of poor quality. The Journal cannot guarantee publication of announcements submitted more than two weeks after the eo ae A i 41 e4 I IN Pi. 0, i i 4 I 4 1 It 'Ar Ili 81 1 -k (4' NEW YORK (AP) Federal customs agents seized 20,000 phony and possibly hazardous "Cabbage Patch" dolls Friday at three Manhattan locations. Paul E. Summit, an assistant U.S. Attorney heading the investigation, said the dolls were seized from the Yuchius Company at a storefront, a warehouse and company offices at 1133 Broadway. Summit said the investigation began when Yuchius previously sold more than 5,000 of the counterfeit dolls, which he said were made in "the Far East," to a Michigan firm. On Dec. 5, the FBI in Detroit seized the 5,000 dolls at Central Sales International Inc. The 5,000 dolls seized in Michigan were in addition to the 20,000 taken in New York. Lab tests by the U.S. Customs Service indicated that the stuffing in the dolls gives off benzene-type fumes that may be toxic and the dolls may be dangerously flammable. Summit, who said the dolls seized in New York "reek," said some of them will be tested. Summit noted that genuine Cabbage Patch dolls contain the signature of Xavier Roberts on the lower torso, and a copyright notice on the back of the head. The dolls seized Friday lack both those markings, he said. Springsteen tickets on sale SYRACUSE (AP) Tickets went on sale Friday for Bruce Springsteen concerts Jan. 26 and Jan. 27, in the Carrier Dome. Even at $17 a ticket, an appearance by the 35-year-old "Boss" of rock 'n' roll and the Street Band may break the dome's concert attendance records of 43,000 per night set in November 1981 by the Rolling Stones, dome spokesman Mike Holdridge said. Fans bought more than 200,000 tickets for Springsteen's appearances in the Meadowlands arena last August. Earlier this week, students slept outside the Carrier Dome in a vain attempt to get into line for tickets. Springsteen burst on the scene in 1976 with the album "Born to Run." Another album was "Nebraska," and he has incorporated his views of the American scene into many records, including the 1984 release "Born in the U.S.A." Tonight's telephones To contact The Journal after 5 p.m. today, with items for Saturday's edition, call: City Desk, 272-2322; Sports Desk, 272-2324. 0.0 CHUCK JOHNS LIMOUSINE Luxurious stretch limo with chauffeur avail- able for your wedding. CHUCK JOHNS AUTO SERVICE 273-3779 L.J LEATHER GROUP Woven Vests, Sashes, and Sweaters The couple is residing in Newfield. Chamberlin Joy Laverne Chamberlin and Jack Gregory Wemmer were married on Nov, 3, 1984 in St. Andrew's Protestant Church in Princess Anne by the Rev. Robert Kurtz. The bride is the daughter of Laverne Cohen of Newark, Delaware. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Chamberlin Jr. of Princess Anne. The bride wore a white organza over taffeta gown trimmed with pink satin ribbon and pink rosettes with a sweetheart neckline, off-the-shoulder sleeves, flowing skirt, chapel-length train and matching veil. She carried a bouquet of white camelias, white roses, pink baby roses and baby's breath. Melanie Chamberlin was her sister's maid of honor. Attendants were Sharon Ettinger, Debbie Creasy and Claudia Nelson. Ted Moore was best man. Ushers were Joe Campanella, Jeffrey Payne and Robert Chamberlin, brothers of the bride. A reception was held at the Somerset County Civic Center. The bride is a 1980 graduate of 6 unions urge benzene limits WASHINGTON (AP) Six unions have asked a federal appeals court to force the Occupational Safety and Health Administration to set new maximum levels of benzene allowable in the air in American workplaces. Benzene, a widely used chemical found in gasoline, causes leukemia. The unions said OSHA already had estimated that 152 of every thousand workers exposed to current on-the-job limits for a working lifetime could die of the disease and that 2 million workets are exposed to some extent. Lower benzene limits set by OSHA in 1978 were struck down in the courts on grounds that the agency had not shown that a new standard was "reasonably necessary." Helene Curtis perms give you this season's best looks at savings. Some perms not recommended for bleached or frosted hair. Perm includes shampoo, style and cut. Get a professional blow dry at home with a Salon Master air diffuser. Just attach it to your drier and get a salon-quality finish wherever you are. Now at half price with purchase of any Salon Master appliance at 20ro off. Makes a stylish gift idea. too. Sale prices effective through Saturday, December 29th. CHARGE IT. PHONE 257-4545 THESTYLINTSALON Penney Pyramid Mall Ithaca Cuomo favors Nancy Pelosi to lead Democrats WASHINGTON (AP) New York Gov. Mario Cuomo says his preference for head of the Democratic National Committee is Nancy Pe losi, former state chairwoman of the party in California. Pelosi is among a half-dozen candidates vying to succeed Charles T. Manatt when his four-year term as DNC chairman expires Feb. "I'll tell you why I prefer Nancy Pelosi," Cuomo said Friday in a Cable News Network interview. "She's a youngish person with a clear commitment to the future. Indeed she has five children, and that is not irrelevant. Some of them are quite young, and that would say to the American people immediately, 'This is a person who obviously thinks about the future." Cuomo added: "She's from the West, from California, but was raised in the East. She's extremely articulate. She understands the Democratic party. She has a nice pragmatism to her." Cuomo was interviewed on CNN's "Evans and Novak" program. .1 PROFESSIONAL WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHY Photo 110 Aurora St Ithaca (607) 277-0288 Appointments Appreciated Ann Marie Fashions Bridal Shop RI 34 Lansing Plaza 533-4400 Open Daily 9 A.M..5 P.M. yrf. Iya Thurs. Eve. 8 P.M. Sat. 9 A.M. to 44 5 P.M. Goss Tuxedo Rentals. nvitations Dyeable Shoes Toasting Glasses Slips Hoops Knives, etc. Ithaca's Wedding Specialists Something New Bridal Boutique East Hill Plaza 272-7494 fl lea tAythiNt A 1 Lathrop nnis ton Barbara Lathrop of Harford has announced the engagement of her daughter, Brenda Lynn Lathrop to David Charles Denniston, son of Ronald and Bonnie Denniston of 262 W. State Road, Dryden. Miss Lathrop is also the daughter of the late Robert Lathrop. Miss Lathrop is a 1978 graduate of Groton Central School, a 1980 graduate of Tompkins Cortland Community College with an associate's degree in business administration and is operating a dairy farm in Virgil. Mr. Denniston is a 1982 graduate of Cortland High School, a 1984 graduate of Morrisville Agricultural and Technical College with an associate's degree in animal husbandry and is attending Cornell University where he is studying agricultural economics. He is part owner and general manager of Sugarbush Farms in Cortland. The couple plans an Aug. 3, 1985 wedding. Mail order bride business booms American-Asian Worldwide Services, a mail-order bride company grossed more than $2 million last year, according to its Lou Florence, who lives near Santa Bar. bara, Calif. 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