The Post-Standard from Syracuse, New York on October 12, 1970 · Page 8
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The Post-Standard from Syracuse, New York · Page 8

Syracuse, New York
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Monday, October 12, 1970
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THE POST-STANDARD, Oct. 12, 1970 $8,900 Bid For Razing Reith Excavating submitted a low of $8,900 last week at the Department of Purchase for the removal of buildings at. seven locations. The demolition is part of the urban improvement program. Other bidders were. Biejec Wrecking & Lumber ! Go. , $9,-370, and Pelnik Wrecking Co., $12,858. The last mentioned quoted a salvage price of $31.07.; . ; City^SU Relotions Rap Session Tomorrow Receives Scores Copies of the. scores of Sacred Music of the Brazilian colonial era have been presented to the library of the Gottschalk Research Institute at ^Appleerest," Baldwins-ville. "Applecrest" is the planning conference center of the Panamerican . Association. Presentation was by the Brazilian Ministry of Education and Culture. ; these treasures of -the Bra- The Syracuse University Task Force for Academic Innovation is sponsoring a "Rap Session with Community People" at 7 p.m. tomorrow in Sadler Hall Lounge, 1000 living Ave. The session will be the first in a series of meetings that will bring community and campus people together to discuss .how they feel about each other and how they influence oheahother* Five Syracuse residents will form a panel to lead the discussion at the first session. They will include: Mrs. Gloria Mims of/the -Onondaga County Charities Fund/; Mrs. Dolores A. Morgan, James Brown of the Small. Business Administrations Robert Moore of the Thornden Park East Project and the Rev. Charles. J. Fahey of Catholic Charities. ":, ..' • Panelists plan to .answer questions 'about the problems of -the. community;' arid, in turn,! tudes to learn -about the atti- pf university students and faculty. * 8 II, .AUBURN PRICES IN THIS AD GOOD THRU TUiS.,OCT.13 ONLY • 2922 E. GENESEE • RT. 290 E. SYR. • AUBURN • CORTLAND Quantify Rights Reserved U.S. NO. 1 ...COOKING YELLOW ONIONS 3 baa 29 rresn DQKea _ _ urunuiur ea F A A WHITE BREAD u 2° SUGAR DONUTS 0 go J WESTERN LIGHTS BAKERY FEATURES Granulated f Do you know about the new meat label laws Do you know when to buy certain foods Do you want to be a Tune in "DIALOGUE" This exciting and informative series of five V% hour programs is designed to help make you a better shopper. OCT. 12^16 — 7:30m, WHEN CHANNELS dyer two decades ago by the eminent Uruguayan musicologist, Dr. Francisco Curt Lange, director of the Institute Interamericano de Musicol-ogia, . and Chairman with Dr. Robert : S. Pritchard of Syracuse of the recently concluded International; Gottschalk Centenary. With some works dating from the mid-18th century, Dr. Lange's discovery of the works challenged all previously held notions of early cultural activity' in the New World. Regarded as the highest achievement of" the baroque musical art, the works , were produced by guilds of black ecclesiastical composers, some of whom were former slaves or descendants of slaves. Educated in Europe, these composers returned to Brazil to occupy the highest musical post as court, cathedral "and chapel composers. ReWCompo/gns/arJim F; Reicfc Buckley* center, brother of cuse University, and Neil Wallace,; Consultative party tl;S. Senate candi- president of the Young Americans for date James L. Buckley, talks with Freedom, before his talk yesterday .Miss Wendy on the SU campus. Youth for Buckley movement at Syra- JVRe^ Promotes BrtrtMr's Candidacy at SU Newspapers To Have Sign Clinton Square, v sparkling with a^' brand new newspaper plant housing the Herald-Journal, The Post-Standard and lierald-American, soon will be setoff by a glistening facial sign at its front. A permit was taken out Friday by Syracuse Herald Co., 100 W. Genesee St., at the city's Bureau of- Safety Inspection, for a $5,000 invert-' ed channel letters- sign of back-lighted type. The installation will be by White -Division, Arnold Meyer Sign Corp., River Road, Baid-winsville. The plans filed with the bureau indicated" the sign' wilP read ' from top to bottom in separate line arrangement "Herald-Journal, The Post-Standard, Herald-American" . F. Reid Buckley, campaigning here -yesterday for his brother, Conservative party candidate, for the U.S. Senate, -James. L. : Buckley; told a young, Syracuse University audience that "Jim" is "operating from a. central belief you actually * share despite that fact has been hidden from you by the liberals." The., younger Buckley termed among those liberals his brother's opponents in the senate race, Democrat Richard Ottinger and Republi- Board Changes Meeting Day The' Board of Education of North S'.y racuse Central Schools will meet at 7: 30 p;m. tomorrow , at Bessie Rjordan Elementary School, Matty-dale. . The board meets regularly the 'second and fourth Monday of , each month but due to today. . being a holiday, the meeting has been changed, to Tuesday, Riordah School is located on East Molloy Rd, Matty-dale. ,.»: ;- SEFP1N VISITS SYRIA BERLIN (UPI) - East Ger man Hea'th Minister Max Sef-rin flew to Syria Sunday for talks on increasing cooperation between the two nations in the field of health. Ifjwidorftdott, IM^^lY PET VALUE AD .. #3 I JvaporatJd^H PET EVAPORATED MILK Famous for years in the kitchens of America... still as flavorful and nutritious— makes a delicious coffee creamer, too! Enhances the flavor of your cooking or baking—no matter how,, or when, you use it! Bids Low on Bid . Blais Construction Co., 475 Shonnard St., has submitted a low bid of $37,675 to the State Office of General Services for the construction of a storage area outside the Manufacturers and Liberal Arts Building on ,the State Fair Grounds. PuZ^e Quiz You can win $11,650 with this week's cash prize crossword puzzle contest entry. The hew entry, rules and a list of all the words you need to win appear in today's Post-Standard. Complete, the entry find mail it or place it in the handy deposit box . at 220 Herald Place; in time;rto reacn The' Post-Standard by 9:30 a.m. Thursday: ■ Here is today's question in the. bonus $500 Puzzle Quiz for use with . today's entry: Who is the author of Silver and Gold? c a n.-t i b e r a 1 Sen. Charles .Goodell. Calling his brother "quiet,, simple and unassuming,'"' Buckley- assured the .: group, "Jim Buckley, the Conservative Republican, is the. man. you want. He;is the candidate whose philosophy best represents the youth of New York State and the United States." Buckley spoke to a group of about 50 students in Kittridge Auditorium. His talk was sponsored by the . Youth for . Buckley Movement. ■ .T The tall, fair-haired Buckley, who looks and speaks much like a college professor, called the younger generation "the greatest crop of human beings ever on this, planet," -but later in his * speech told his audience "you are . the un-happiest generation I have ever known." . Buckley argued the case of the Republicans "or the so-called conservatives" and repeatedly denounced liberals, especially Goodell and Ottinger. 1 On behalf of his brother, the; younger Buckley . also ; :adyo-: eated the decentralization -of. federal government; '"The liberals have made the government one "by IBM, of computers and for computers" and maintained that centralization "seeks conformity and rejects diversity." His brother,. Buckley said, seeks to "bring government back down to the state and local, vlevet Yes,* power back; to the peo-. ple!" V :,' V Buckley charged' that . Ottinger and Goodell claim they are "truly liberal and put liberty of the people first in their minds," but actually "rely on your short' memories." . Ottinger, he said, "coos his way through the state like:. a turtle dove" but only as late as last year's national moratorium was vehemently, opposed to the. unilateral withdrawal of American troops from Vietnam. .And Goodell has just recentr ly voiced strong opposition to the war, Buckley maintained, charging that in 1967 he voted with then President Johnson 95 per cent of the time in support of the conflict. ; In a question and answer period following his talk, Buckley told the students, his brother is opposed to the legalization of marijuana^. Jim has, he contended, offered a program which suggests that it remain not legal, that penalties for its use be reduced "tremendously" and that an accelerated effort to get all information pertaining to its use be undertaken. Strength for the Day By Earl L* Douglass See page 16 for the answer. SPIRIT OF DISCOVERY There is something in the human heart which .causes men to yearn for new experiences and to reach out toward unat-tained goals. Some are perfectly willing to remain in the environment in which they were born and' brought up. In fact, it may be assumed that the majority of people accept life as they find it, and this is a good thing for humanity as a whole. The world would be in a constant state of turmoil if everyone wanted to change the whole order of things, and move out into new realms as certain outstanding leaders do. . Christopher Columbus had in his heart a restless spirit and a great dream. His . eyes looked across waters which throughout the ages had., deterred men with the prospect of terrifying mystery. He was resolved with every purpose of heart to. push out beyond the horizon and discover new lands. He ;was one of the few men . who turned the tide, of history. He did not. do many things, but the few things lie did changed the life of humanity for all time, He is; an example of how men can come, "sometimes, almost to the end of their lives and men perform a distinguished ; service'. His kneeling group of- sailors taking possession of a new' continent in the name of Christ and the Spanish king gave us an. insight into the fundamental piety of those who first discovered this new world. Columbus was a great navigator, a dreamer who thought in terms of continents, and oceans, and a good .man who looked to that Power above the stars for his guidance. Columbus Day bids us remember this great figure who made possible the life we now hold dear. PET 1 INCORPORATED I better shopper

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