Daily News from New York, New York on January 16, 1978 · 325
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Daily News from New York, New York · 325

New York, New York
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Monday, January 16, 1978
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NEVS BRIEFS Ytt, WE ACCEPT USDAFOOD STAMPS IS . - A f School Debt A computer has asi-;tecl in col-lertir.tr rnre than 1.3 million in lelirquent tuition and studont lan (avnients from thousands of state uiiivr-r-itv students, Attorney General Louis Lefkowitz office an- nouncetl Unlay. The attorney general said that .since the computerized operation was applied to the delinquencies in February 1977. it has been used to keep track of all iae and has helped in the preparation of summonses, ligal notices and judgment .: ...-.nst delinquent students. As a result, the attorney general caught itp with one student who owed tuition 10 fie different t colleges. Sherjl McCarthy Slain in Gun Battle Or man was shot dead and two eie wounded early yesterday in wlutt puii.e sdid j a i;un battle on Manhat-r. -p. s upper West Side. Edlemiro Colon. 3 as found slam in his apartment at U. IiiJith St. The wounded, listed in ri;it condition at Harlem Hospital, were denutied as Paco Messes. 23. and Joe Rodriguez. 28. Poike said no sus-ii.s e e under arrest and iv weap- -e e ietn'ered. Richard Edmonds Jury Still Out on Kodak A '.! n:!.,tt..n Federal Court jury is 4 M.;nh..Tt!n Federal Court jury . fv.i'e'-d :'s second day of delibrea- i,,.,-. .-r.t..tt reat-ninu a eraici vester-. u- s'rr :-.n million antitrust suit ; . t ; rr.e Be-Wey Photo Co. --:;-r: Y; -tn;..n. Kod..k Co. The com-i 'n . h'i h .nvoi'.es charges if . . . :' '.t.c.e .-'id illegal pricing. i t.-. . Pt- -ke-- - a;ie-..tion are fhit : ..n ;:r:..wfu! monopo'y over . , :i..:.r.i.- t r ... i iii.i. kc's t,ii id .-.'!i:- (i.!(ier and that .if- , ; ... t a !i'o iin-jl cominr.:':- s : t : er t'.rm in restraint ot . Marcia Kramer Protestant S Support Vt-l.-.t .(f.r.n.- 'o 10 m.fOf I'.S. Fro-'-'..( !rnminjttons totaled aVmost y 7 hr'jftn ;n !!7o. an increase ot 7 1 -. - or greater than the infla- ! i.'e iff the same period accord-i. a s.,r e by the National Council t.f hu ( he-. The rnitrre .ains for these chunhes t.-roe ile.t'e a drop in membership t . n :!! 24U 317 to 3 0:13.907. the survey "S.d l' .iiar iop o all 43 L'S. church colics iiii:.i!fcd in the urey totaled 2 t)il;in. or jbout $149.76 per church ii'emher. Hit Church Stand on Gays -i cut j dozen members of Dignity. . n in aii.za-ion of Catholics concerned . I .out :ne lights of homosexuals, assem-i.:ed in front of St. Patricks Cathedral f-.ii.iv to profe-t a recent statement the Archdiocese of New York that i t :.es a homosexual ritihts amend-inen' to the city's human-rights law. Spoke-nr.en for the group said the s-rttement raises the scare of homosex-i. I feat hers" actively influencing chil- I en. " whereas the proposed bill pro-fi-i sexual orientation, not sexual rerun lor." The statement was mailed by 1 f aniuicese office to priests . ii"ihoiit 'he diocese last week. Sherly McCarthy Add 3 Subway Transfers Three free interdivisional subway n. uivier points will be added to the ;jnit stem today, the Transit Authority announced. In Brooklyn, the Atlantic Ave. station cn Seventh Ave. No. 2 and 3 lines; 'he Lexington Ae. No. 4 and 5 lines and the Brighton Beach. D. M. and QB I ne to and from the Pacifie St. station (,n The B West End. N Sea Beach and RR Fourth Ave. lines. In Manhattan, the 14th St. station on r Seventh Ave. I. Z. 3 lines to and ' 'tn 'he LL 14th St. Canarsie line and 're B snd F S xth A' e. lines, and the . . v ;rd the N. QB. and RR o y THE NEXT INCREASE X StJC? CHARGilTI XSO VJJt V v VISA - MASTERCHARGE DINERS CLUB , I .yKOy I rl. BAHKAMERICARD AMERICAN EXPRESS A g i V, y,V . 18 LBS PORK CHOPS - IB LBS. LINK SAUSAGE El jl 4n r li 10 IBS HtM SLICES 25 LBS CUT UP FRYERS rfZZisSfisT" PURCHASE -J i lfjf V ' LBS SLICED BACON 25 LBS WHOLE FRYERS v-A. 0F quarter kdPV 'jrHT HINDQUARTER v -s5A ' RIB, PLATE & BRISKET -Cjjg rST t STEAK ROAST pw r r-n3!rST-r " ...JrT.nS cmm,u BOTTOM ROUND 0 : F3.H USE PRIME Wnrog USDA PRIME .SS . jfgaapj'y'j'' g inTf!ffini SHELL uwe.k roast FOURTEEN STORES SERY1NQ N.T,NJS.U WESTCHESTER I LONQIS. MAN.. QUilNS. MUX. ASTORIA, LL 212.932-3510 40-1 3 20th AVE. MIDDlt SurrOLK CNTT. SMITKTOWN, LL 516-979-7600 399 JERICHO TPKE. STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. 212-948-0770 100 JOHNSTON TERRACE MIKCEil MY TIU0I MART I. NASSAO-W. SUffOCK FARMINGDALE, LI. 516-293-7520-1-2 130 GA2ZA BLVD. WiSTCHfSTIH-aX. ELMSFORD 914-592-4350 212-320-0111 12B WEST MAIN ST. tOOKLYN-QUIINS RIDGEWOOD-MASPETH 212-381-0303 64-07 FRESH POND ROAD KLTN NASSAU CEDARHURST, LI. 212-471-9770 516-569-1166 610 CENTRAL AVE. EASTERN 1.1. RIVERHEAD, LI. 516-369-1088 ROUTE 58 BAY RIDGE 212-439-4735 BROOKLYN, N.Y. 61124th AVE. QUEENS, HIHIOUl t W. IUUU COUUTT NEW HYDE PARK, LL 516-775-0874 212443-9215 1527 JERICHO TPKE. VERONA, N J. 201-857.1122 575 BLOOMFIELD AVE. R0CHELLE PARK, NJ. 201445-8950 999 ROUTE 17 UNION, N.J. 201-687-5300 2454 ROUTE 22 TRENTON, NJ. 609-888-4300 2401 SOUTH BROAD ST. Ill H: OPEM DAJtT 18-1. SAT. 3 k TO I P C$). rS'FOHTHDHl" IKnT KjrCPE Mlti.t.ir DPEWtAf -fflliffHiMten WHO

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