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Elmira, New York
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Saturday, January 31, 1970
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Saturday, Jan. 31, 1970 2 STAR-GAZETTE Elmira, N. Y. 7bdcu Compiled by FRED BOX From The Star-Gazelte Wire Services People MM- Samuels Jr. .......The 17-year-old son of industrialist Howard J. Samuels, ..accused of possessing a hashish pipe and three capsules containing amphetamines, Friday was turned over to the New York City Youth counsel Bureau lor investigation pf his and a companion's case. Howard Jr. was arrested Nov. 2 at Cooper Square, Manhattan, along with Harry Jenkins, 20, of Ringwood, N.J. Jenkins was charged with possession of three LSD tablets 8nd two cubes of hashish. . Rep. Benjamin S. Rosenthal's office said Friday he "is actively campaigning for the Democratic nomination" to the seat held by Sen. Charles E. Goodell, R-N.Y. Rosenthal, 6, won a special congressional election in February 1962 and has been re-elected four times as Democratic representative of New York's 8th Concessional District, covering parts of Queens County. Billie Sol Estes, once a West Texas financial whiz and low a convict, learned Friday he'll have to spend at least two more years behind federal prison bars. The U.S. Parole Board rejected an appucauon iw yaiwe uj the one-time "boy wonder" whose fertilizer-based financial empire collapsed in 1963 when he was convicted and received a 15-year sentence for mail fraud and conspiracy to defraud. He is at the federal correction institution in Sandstone, Minn. A former NBC employe was fined $1,000 Friday in Chicago for hiding a microphone in a room where a 1968 Democratic National Convention committee was meeting. Miss Enid Roth, 38, of New York City, pleaded nolo contendere by which she refused to ad mit or contest a federal charge of illegal electronic in terception of communications. Judge Abraham L. Marovitz of U.St District Court entered a finding of guilty. - Estes Events Black leaders and construction industry representatives i Pittsburgh said Friday they have agreed on the ground ygrk for individual craft unions and contractors to voluntarily train more blacks for skilled construction jobs in the city. The announcement came after six months of faltering talks between representatives of contractors groups, unions, aidjthe Black Construction Coalition. The groups went to thef bargaining table last September after a series of sometimes violent demonstrations by coalition supporters atjdj counter demonstrations by white construction workers. Chrysler Corp. reported in Detroit Friday a net loss of $4.4 million for the fourth quarter of 1969 compared with earnings of $112.2 million for the same period in 1968. For 1969 as a whole, the company said net earnings dropped 69.5 per cent to $88.8 million from the $290.7 million recorded in 1968.; s ' Six' persons were killed and numerous others injured Kriday in a violent aftermath of Prime Minister Indira Gandhi's award of the model city of Chandigarh to the Sikh religious community in Punjab State. Her decision not only brought expected clashes between Sikhs and Hindus but also among Sikhs themselves in protest against their leadership's agreement handing over more than 100 Punjab villages to Hindu domination in Mrs. Gandhi's compromise settlement. V The Lesotho government imposed a state of emergency in this black-ruled enclave in South Africa Friday in the aftermath of turmoil in elections, the nation's first since in dependence from Britain four years ago. Nfcsu JMokhehle, leader of the major opposition party,-was arrested after claiming victory in the balloting that took place last Tuesday. The state of emergency and the suspension of the constitution were ordered by Chief Leabua Jonathan, the prime minister, who was seeking a return to office. Commuter, ire escalated Friday as the Long Island Rail Road put its new fare increase into effect prematurely in the eyes of some of its riders. The fare increases were Jonathan granted earlier this week, but are not effective until midnight Saturday. After the increase was announced, trainmen of the railroad told of being personally abused and assaulted and' they voted not to work Monday unless they got police protection aboard the trains. I Washington Newspaper Bill: The Senate voted Friday to exempt financially ailing newspapers from antitrust laws and to allow them to use a more lenient test of ill health than other businesses. By a 63-14 vote the measure was sent to the House where the prospect for early action appears doubtful. Sen. Daniel K. Inouye, D-Hawaii, chief sponsor of the bill, hailed its passage and said that if the measure becomes law it "will help maintain competing editorial and news voices in our cities." TT "- Wiretapping: The Justice Department conducted 31 electronic surveillances last year, all personally approved by Atty. Gen. John N. Mitchell, Sen. John L. McClellan, D- Ark., said Friday, six electronic surveillances in Newark led to the arrest of 55 persons and a Washington wiretap resulted in 57 arrests, he said. McClellan, a strong supporter of wiretapping, said the figures indicate the Justice Department and the federal judges who gave their consent "appear to have been most discriminating." Press Spies: The White House said Friday the infiltration of four government agents into the press corps in Saigon "is not in accord with the public information policy of this administration." The U.S. Embassy in Saigon also has disavowed the infiltration and said that "appropriate disciplinary action" will be taken against the person or persons who may be involved. Legitimate newsmen in Saigon suspected the agents had been infiltrated to spy out military personnel leaking information the U.S. Command anted to keep from the public. i Mitchell Quotes Florida Governor Defies Courts, Bars School Integration Busing TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) a buffer between the courts and which is a violation of the basic Gov. Claude Kirk Friday issued executive orders prohibiting forced busing by two Florida counties to implement federal court-ordered school desegrega tion plans. Kirk's order said school off! cials who fail to comply with it will be subject to executive ac tion, Gerald Mager, the governor's legal aide, would not say that "executive action means sus pension. He said the meaning of the term will become apparent if and when school officials fail to comply with the order The order leaves officials in Manatee and Volusia counties caught squarely between courts that have ordered them to de segregate on April 6 and Feb. 1 respectively, and Kirk. If officials in the two counties defy the courts, they could be held in contempt. If they defy the governor, it is possible that they will be suspended. The executive order specifi cally prohibited changing the school calendar for pupils, incurring new expenses, taking any action that would result in massive reassignment of pupils and taking any action to close schools prior to the end of the school year. "I would say the governor has. placed himself in the position of the school boards," Maker said. Kirk said he had taken every possible judicial step to pre serve and protect " Florida's ed ucational system, and now was relying on those powers he said were reserved to the states by tne v.b. constitution. In the executive order, Kirk said "massive mid-year trans fers will result in forced busing which is patently immoral PIXies ADD M RIGHT LINES TO . SOME OF THE UTTERS BEU5W TO FORM NEW LETTERS AMD MAKE THE CORRECT" W3RD (clue1 ALextit6R CPLAT Israeli Jets Again Raid Suez Targets Associated Press Israeli planes raided Egyptian positions in the northern and central sectors of the Suez Canal Friday, hitting military targets for 75 minutes, an Israeli spokesman said. A military spokesman in Cai ro said in the northern raid four civilians were killed, including a mother and her baby, and three soldiers were wounded. The raiders were engaged by antiaircraft guns, the spokesman added. Thirty minutes later, Egyp tian planes battled Israeli jets north of Ismailia in the central canal area and forced them to "flee" eastward," a Cairo com munique reported. It said all Egyptian planes returned safe ly. The terse Israeli announce ment gave no details of the raids, made no damage claims, but reported all Israeli planes new back to home bases. The Israeli military com mand announced that three Is raeli soldiers were wounded Fri day by Syrian tank fire near the military settlement of Nachal Gishur, in the occupied Golan Heights. Arab gunners also opened up with recoilless gun fire from a Syrian position further south. No casualties were reported. In another incident, mortar shells were fired in the direction of the border settlement of Kfar Ruppin in the Beit Shean Val ley, south of the Sea of Galilee. No injuries were reported. xne military command an nounced that a delegation from the International Red Cross had visited nine Egyptian soldiers wounded and taken prisoner in the recent Israeli raid on the Egyptian island of Shadwan in the Gulf of Suez. UNITARIAN FELLOWSHIP Service and Sunday Schaof Speaker: Paul W. Ivory Topic: "York Spring Graveyard" tt. iratimgihilU., lis Hell Hcm 561-1707 constitutional rights of the citi zens of this state and contrary to the Civil Rights Act." The governor had said earlier in the day that he would issue the orders "if I've exercised all legal approaches and if I've worn my rights out." Volusia County is under or ders from U.S. Dist. , Judge Charles R. Scott to . transfer by Feb. 1 about 2,800 of 15,500 pupils and 145 of 1,700 teachers School Supt. Raymond G. Dunne said the job would add about $200,000 to the school district's annual transportation costs. U.S. Dist. Judge Ben Krentz man ordered Manatee County to desegregate its schools by April Supt. Jack L. Davidson said the order will involve "a rather sizeable number" of the coun ty's 17,800 students. He said his district is attempting to pur chase new school buses needed for the job, but he is uncertain Worship with vi . . . REV. FRED H. HARTMAN, Jr. PASTOJ Sunday School .Morning Worship Sun. Eve. Service Wed. Prayer AAtg. 9:45 a.m. 11:00 a.m. 7:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. t BAPTIST. 'CHVRCH 2W 6AJ10NER ROAR, HORSEHEADS ' Chritt-cenHH-ed Independent Evongelicgl Carrier Repairs Cost Double Estimates WASHINGTON (AP) -The Pentagon reported Friday the attack carrier USS Midwav is ready to return to service after a four-year modernziation pro gram which has cost more than double the original estimates. By the Navy's most recent estimates, conversion work on the carrier ran $119.9 million above the originally anticipated figure of $84.3 million for a total cost of $204.2 million. That figure included $2.2 million for "fast de livery." r "It grieves me to see Idaho potatoes lose their identity" State Rep. John Reardon, R-Boise, in opposing a bill $0 allow shipment of potatoes in bulk form. He said bulk shipment might allow Idaho spuds to end up "in a smelly , Old freight car and pooled at the market with some scrawny potatoes from Arkansas or some other state." "The new (atomic) camera, which records many things not visisble by conventional X-ray, can easily penetrate most metals and other opaque materials, to detect weaknesses or foreign substances. It can detect drugs and fiiarcotics hidden in metal containers or concealed in other Objects thus providing a valuable tool for customs or enforcement officers" the Atomic Energy Commission in disclosing development of the 100-pound, portable device. Early Discharge Program Widened WASHINGTON (AP) - The Pentagon ruled Friday that eligible enlisted men mav be dis charged up to three months ear lier to attend recognized voca tional or technical schools. This is an expansion of a 10 year-old Pentagon policy which applied until now only to men planning to attend college. LAB FURLOUGHS 149 BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP)-Cor nell Aeronautical Laboratory said Friday it was laying off 140 employes including 60 engineers, because of a "virtual recession" in the Aerospace In dustry. Star-Gazette I Postal Information and Subscription Rate Subscription -rates: First and second postal zones. 1 year 124.00. ell other tones: 1 year $27.00. Published every day except Sundays by Elmira Star-Gazette Inc., 201 Baldwin St., Elmira, N. Y. 14M2. Single copies 10 cents. Second class postage paid Of Elmira, M. Y. ... Regular Baptist of Elmira 1548 Maple Ave. Sunday 10 a.m. Worship 11 A.M. Sunday School 6 P.M. Leadership Training r.M. informal :ervice Wed., 7 p.m. Prayer Service Affiliated with Gen. Assoc. of Reg. Baptists Karl B. Smith, pastor BAPTIST CHURCHES OF ELMIRA , ELMW0.0D AVE. BAPTIST CHURCH Elmwood Ave., Elm.Hgts. 10:00-11:30 A.M. United Service of Worship and Bible Study (Nursery Provided) 7:00 P.M. - Senior Youth Fellowship Wed. 7:30 P.M... Hour of Fellowship William L. Wilkinson, Pastor FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH W. Church & Main St. Morning Worship 1 0:00 A.M. Church School-11 :00 A.M. Youth Fellowshlp-:00 P.M. Donald R. Mills, Pastor Robert W. Markham Associate Pastor MONUMENTAL BAPTIST CHURCH .308-310 .Clinton Street Church School 9:30 A.M. Morning Worship 1 1 :0O A.M. Youth Fellowship 6:30 PJA. Rev. Willie J. Wright, Pastor S0UTHSIDE BAPTIST CHURCH Penna. Ave. & South Ave. Church School 9:45 A.M. Morning Worship 1 1 :00 A.M. Youth Fellowship :00 P.M. Midweek Service Wed. 7:30 P.M. Bruce P. Cummings, Pastor In fellowship with Me Amerkon Baptist Contention Church of Christ IS Wnliathuu M HmtntH SUNDAY: Bible Classes . . . 10:00 A.M. Worship ....... 11:00 A.M. Worship ....... 7:00 P.M. WEDNESDAYS' Bible Classes . . . . . 7:30 P.M. "Frtimlinj a I kit wiNnr mMioft tt tmnlNlli nntiKT CMfflwnUf." J. Granville Jones Minister First Baptist Church Corral Stv Big Plate lewis Ne wk irk, Potior Morning Worship 10:00 a.m. Sunday School 11:45 a.m. Youth Fellowship 6:45 p.m. Evening Servie 7:45 p.m. Independent and fundamental THE I EPISCOPAL CHURCH Welcomes You Grace Church !;!: Cor. Church & Davis Sts. $ 7:30 a.m. Holy Communion. -9:00 a.m. Choral Eucharist and Church School. 11:00 a.m. Sung Mass. Trinity Church fcj 8:00 a.m. Holy Communion. :15 a.m. Family Service and Church School. 11:00a.m.-Morning Prayer and $: ft! Sermon. ffi $ Nursery Care provided at 9:15 3 ft; and 11:00 a.m. '0 p, 12:10 each Tuesday, Holy Com- 3 munlon and Laying en of Hands !: A In Christian Healing Service. $ Si' St. Matthew's ; Episcopal Church 408 S. Main St. Horseheads, N.Y. 7:30 a.m. Holy Communion 9:00 a.m. Family Eucharist 10:00 a.m. Educational Program 11:00 a.m. Family Service Emmanuel Church Penna. Ave. at Mt. Zoar 10:00 a.m. Church School. 11:00 a.m. Holy Communion Family Service-Nursery iVK'iWX'.'l'KI now he can obtain delivery of the buses by April 6. COME and WORSHIP WITH US SUNDAY MORNING.. 11:00 A.M. ST. PAUL'S MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH 402 IvMivon J(r..f fftv. H. Morgan, Poller Sophie Thompson, Smerotary IIILLCREST BAPTIST CHURCH 707 West Hill Road . Rev. Gilbert C Shepherd, M.Th. A Bible Believing and Bible Preaching Church IO:00 A.M. Worship Service 11:15 A.M. Bible School Hour -6:30 P.M. Youth Croups 7:30 P.M. Evangelistic Service Wed. 7 P.M.-Prayer Service 'Broadcast over WIQT Horseheads, N.Y. 1000 kc. INDEPENDENT- FUNDAMENTAL i S0UTIIP0RT BAPTIST CHURCH f 950 Penna. Ave. at Southport Sunday School. . .. 9:45 A.M. Worshki ..... 11:00 A.M. 11:00 "Fulfilled in Jesus' (Communion Service) . 7:30 PJ. "Fidelity" AHdhlti milk Hi Sotrth.rn (oplbf Convention Key. Austin Matthews, Pastor Tel. RE 2-5100 THE LUTHERAN CHURCHES BETHANY 256 S. Walnut St. Morning Worship: 8:30 and 11 A.M. Church School 9:45 A.M. . Nunery Provided Chorles H. GwstcnW, Poster HOLY TRINITY. 314 W. Church SI. WOflSHIP SERVICES IX end 11:00A.M. Sunday School 9:30 A.M. Soiph Worn Storm, Potto our SAviours 350 WBslinghomi tool Honthtadt Worship 8:30 A.M. 4 HiOO AJ. Sunday Church School 9:45 A.M. Donald R. Almy, Pastor ft United S Presbyterian FIRST CHURCH Elmira W. Clinton & Rambler Rd. . Chapel Service 9: 15 A.M. Morning Worship 11:00 A.M. Child Care-10 to 12 Noon Minister fRANCIS W. PARK III LAKE STREET Elmira lake & t. Church Church School 10:00 A.M. Morning Worship 11:00 A.M. Nursery Care.. 10 A.M. to Noon Minister CORDON W.MATTICE NORTH CHURCH Elmira College Ave. & Irvine PI. Worship 9 :00 A.M., 11:15 A.M. Toddler Care Provided Minister iAMiSCOUEA WESTMINSTER Elmira 1009 Maple Ave. Church School 9:45 A.M. Worship 11:00 A.M. Minister JOHN CELDMACKR FIRST CHURCH ' Horseheads Westinghouse Road Worship... 10:30 A.M. Sunday School Hours: Kindergarten thru 6th grade 10:30 A.M. Jr. High Senior High 9: 15 A.M. Minister BRUCl VI. PORTER I THE PARK CHURCH CONGREGATIONAL West of Main between Church and Cray Streets 11:00 A.M. Morning Service "A Matter of Choice and Commitment'' 10:00 A.M. Youth and adult classes 11:00 A.M. Nursery thru Grade Eight. ' Nursery fpr pre-school children provided both hours MINISTER ... ROBERT F. LESTER FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 1 l4T -TN 1136 Broadway Rev. Everett Kaufman, Pastor ' Sunday School 10:00A.M, Morning Worship 11:00 A.M, Evening Service 7:00 PJU. "A Friendfy Church With The Old Time Cospel For A Modern World." The Institute of Divine Metaphysical Research Inc.! will hold a public lecture at the Chemung Valley Savings and Loan Association ; 351 N. Main St. -Elmira, N.Y. Tonite at 8:00 P.M. (Please Use Rear Entrance) Public most welcome. No admission fee or offering The Bible makes sense if you have the keys. United Methodist Corner CENTENARY S. Main and Penna. Ave. Dial-frPrayer 734-2535 Worship 11:00 A.M. Church School .... 9:45 A.M. Mrs. Edah Beverlrfge, Ed. Assist Ho ward E. Adamy, Pastor CHRIST'S W. Church and Columbia St Daily Devotions Dial 733-5700 Family Worship . . .10:00 A.M. Sermon: "Trinity on Prayer: It's Power" Text: John 17 Church School .... 10:30-Noon Conver-Session . . . 11:00-Noon Topic: "Mission Scope: Youth" Mr. lee and Young People will lead the session. I.M. and S.H. Classes 11:00 A.M.. Nursery Availabl . , 9:50-Ncon Mn. loud Grace, Ed. Ant Vernon L le. and William R. Emblidge, Jr., Pastors PENNA. AVE. 1238 Penna. Ave. Pine City, N.Y. Worship ... 9:00 & 11:00 A.M. Church School .... 9:45 AJvL Mr. Edah Beveridge, Ed. Assist Stephen R. Pair, Pastor WESTSIDE foster and W. First Worship . . . . Church School . . 11:00 A.M. . . . 9:4S A.M. Floyd C. Deliver, Pastor RIVERSIDE 559SpauldingSt Worship 11:00 A.M. Church School .... 9:45 A.M. Mn. Edah Beveridge, Ed. Asst Herbert f . Hoskins, Pastor TABM ACHE "Elmira's Revival Center" . 235 E. Miller St. Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Morning Service 11 :00 a.m. Sunday Night 7:00 p.m. TUNE IN WENT, 123 on the dial : Children's Bible Hour Sat. 9:00 a.m. I ! Churchtim Sun. 9:00 a.m. ; ; Vesperlime Sun. 10:30 p.m. : 'iVrwyvYinnn nnnnnni 1 WE INVITE YOU TO VISIT US John Bedzyk, pastor f ni - " ' in ii m i ihi'iii ' I ' i 1 WWim.H. i .lM,iHii Ill.lWtt lWWUUnW.TIIM..,. MMiii.imWiiinuugiimn.iii 1 1 tJTTJ Home of Elmira Christian Academy Grades 1-6 (Grade 7 to be added next year) -Professionally trained, experienced, dedicated teachers Follows New York Slate curriculum Croup and private music instruction -Plus spiritual and moral training with emphasis on tho development of character. . lModesttu?iiodn n0mina,i0n, hil ' n0' mothM "no0') ..T!5 r''" thrKtaa A,adem fl lhe culmination of years of planning and prayer. It is part of a growing t. SZAuTl"' tr0S,.the no,ion whith to restore Bible knowledge, moral standards, a spiritual SK.? fe0r 0 Cd ln lhe d""io of our hBiS!a,r "re. ,b?Ln9 atteP,ed ,or ,he " ?H Si i' .at 734'7,05r better still, come in and look around. Visitors always welcome. riaaaoDDaai D D D D a D n D D n D D D D D D D D D D n D D D D a n D D a

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