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Soldiers Turned Away at German Night Spots a Army Genera l Leads Drive to Stop Discrimination Against U.S. Soldiers The Kane Republican, Saturday, May 20, 19789 BONN, West Germany (AP) A black U.S. Army general, who was denied entry to a discotheque until someone mentioned his rank, is leading a drive to stop German innkeepers from barring American soldiers. Brig. Gen. Harvey Williams, commander of the 15,000-member U.S. military community in Augsburg, said American GIs "of all races, but primarily black" are turned away at a doors of 10 night spots in the arian city. Williams, 47, of Durham, N.C., said he decided to test admission policy at one Augsburg disco several months ago "to get a first-hand glimpse of the kind of thing that was going on." He dressed in a sports coat and tie, but was stopped at the door and told it was a private club. When a companion mentioned his rank, the owner dropped the membership requirement, Williams said. . The incident was widely reported in West German newspapers after the general told about his experience during a news conference last week to publicize Augsburg's "Good Will Action" to end discrimination against soldiers. "I only mentioned it to show we weren't dreaming up these cases," Williams said in a telephone interview with The Associated Press. After Army officials documented numerous cases of discrimination over a period of several months, Mayor Hans Breuer promised the city's full cooperation in ending the practices. Breuer told reporters that 500 local restaurants and discos will be asked to post bi-lingual signs pledging admission for all persons who meet acceptable standards of dress and behavior. "We won't shrink from taking legal " actions to suspend business licenses if f rimination doesn't stop," the fe&yor said. He and Williams warned at the news conference that GIs might react violently if Discrimination persists, German newspapers said. The Augsburg prosecutor has already-filed suit against one local disco which turned away a group of well-dressed black and white soldiers, including several senior enlisted men, who decided to challenge the entry rules. "This test didn't just happen. We'd repeatedly been told to get documented evidence. And the soldiers decided among themselves to do it," Williams said. ases of discrimination against Ij.ierican soldiers occur wherever troops are garrisoned in West Germany, even though the West German constitution outlaws bias because of "origin, race, language, homeland, beliefs, religion or political stance." The Army has put some bars and Fishing Report: By TONY SALLAZZO Of the Kane Tackle Shack Mickey Hannah and Joe Rostan have been taking their share of browns, brookies and rainbows. Both of these fellows are using lures in the local streams. Frank Rolick trolled up a nice 22V4 inch brown trout in the Allegheny Reservoir. Frank was trolling a lure. Bob Chatmon reported that he has taken two muskies trolling in the reservoir. One went 18 pounds and the other 10 pounds. This is one of the first reports for muskies from the reservoir. Jim McDermott had five nice brown trout to 15 inches on salted minnows. Harry Gadley of Kane reported he has taken 40 some trout since the opening, the largest going 17 inches. He - had one 15-inch and one 12-inch pmamino trout. John McDonald and John Stanko have been doing real good on rainbow trout, fishing Kinzua Creek. Ed Softich has been doing his thing with trout on the South Branch of Tionesta Creek. Maureen Stahl of Sheffield was a real happy gal. She landed a 2QM inch brown trout from the tailrace of the reservoir. Maureen was casting a lure when she caught the beauty. Joe Wasnesky and Jim Bucci of Greensburg each had a limit of trout. These fellows were using salmon eggs and fishing the South Branch of Kinzua t'ek. Wayford Soules of Mt. Jewett is still doing real well on trout in Kinzua Creek. Hayford was in last week with a nice limit and did a repeat again this week. With this nice weather that's being forecast for our area there will be more boats out on Kinzua Reservoir-so we should have more reports on that area for next week. Good luck and good fishing. restaurants off-limits to all GIs after German authorities failed to act on complaints by black troops that they weren't admitted. Stuttgart Mayor Manfred Rommel, son of the late Erwin Rommel, the German army's Desert Fox of World War II, criticized local cab drivers in 1975 for refusing rides to black soldiers. The cabbies said it was a self-defense measure following several assaults on drivers blamed on GIs. In the early 1970s, the Army organized a command-wide Housing Referral Agency for GIs seeking private apartments for their families. German landlords who refused to rent to blacks were placed off-limits to all military families. In Augsburg, the disco owners have evaded laws against discrimination by claiming they operate private clubs for members only. They say soldiers are barred because they don't meet dress rules and are disorderly. "On some nights when there are sufficient Germans to fill the place, the club member rule goes into effect. But on slow nights almost everyone can get in. Then when it's not quite full, the white soldiers are admitted and the blacks kept out," Gen. Williams said. He said the mayor's ( goodwill campaign is low-key and' aims to persuade the innkeepers rather than antagonize them. "There's been no name calling. We hope to win them over and not antagonize them," he said. Williams acknowleged that eight of the 10 establishments are "places I wish the soldiers would avoid because of highpriced drinks and other rip-off tactics. But it's not up to me to decide where the soldiers go." New Controversy Erupts in Doctor Dispute in District ST. MARYS-Contract talks between two local doctors and Andrew Kaul Memorial Hospital are expected to continue today in the wake of still more controversy which erupted here Friday. A statement by a committee set up by the mayor of St. Marys expressed apparent frustration Friday with the hospital's board, which had denied it permission to sit in on contract negotiations between Drs. Leo Criep and Richard Broadhead and the board. The committee would have had no input in the contract talks. In addition, according to the committee, hospital officials have failed to produce a list of its coroporate membership and has not yet lived up to an agreement to meet with the mayor's committee. Talks aimed at renewing the contract between the two doctors, partners in "Associates in Medicine," and the hospital began last week, several weeks Sports in Driof By The Associated Press GOLF DUBLIN, Ohio Jack Nicklaus took himself out of the lead with a 76 and allowed Jim Simons to establish a 2-shot advantage in the second round of the Memorial Golf Tournament. Simons birdied the final hole for a 3-under-par 69 and a 137 total, 7 shots under par on the course that Nicklaus built, the 7,101-yard Muirfield Village Golf Club layout. Nicklaus and Gary Player shared the first-round lead at 67. Player of South African had a 72, leaving him tied for second at 139 with Andy Bean, Ed Sneed and Bobby Wadkins. after the board had announced it would not renew their current contract which is due to expire June 30. Negotiations apparently began after a public outcry over the release of the two physicians who operate the hospital's family practice center and man the emergency room. - On this date in 1861 North Carolina voted to secede from the Union. Deed Transactions Milton L. Taylor Sr. & wife to Milton L. Taylor Sr. & wife, Wetmore Twp. Bruce B. Jones & wife to Russell D. Welser, Kane. Lena M. Bailey Admx of et al to Robert B. Andrews & wife, Wetmore Twp. Russell D. Welser & wife to Russell D. Welser & wife, Kane. Russell D. Welser & wife to Russell D. Welser & wife, Kane. Russell D. Welser & wife to Russell D. Welser St wife, Wetmore Twp. Russell D. Welser & wife to Russell D. Welser & wife, Wetmore Twp. Russell D. Welser & wife to Russell D. Welser St wife, Kane. Martha Niles to A. Stephen Giordano Si wife, Mt. Jewett. Emerite H. Sunberg to Sylvia G. Lynde, Kane. Mary Elizabeth A'Harrah & husband to Glenn W. Waite St wife, Hamlin Twp. Nettie Eckstrom to Charles M. Shoemaker St wife, Hamilton Twp. Robert L. Taylor by Tr et al to R.E. Nelson St wife, Hamilton Twp. Harry Gaynor by Tr et al to David B. McMullen, Sergeant Twp. 9 Jn Ras -Believe It or Not EXPERT SERVICE HELP WANTED Misc. For Sale TWO EGG A TOWN IM FLORIDA WAS SIIEW THAT NAME DURIW6THECMLWAR WHEN EGGS INERE THE BASIC MERCHANDISE , N BARTER. I CUSTOMERS WOULD ASK FOR "Ti EGGS WORTH OF SALT" t 1 rrl si Boldest record of THE LATIN ALPHABET A GOLD PlM 4M INCHES , LONG-ENGRAVED IN THE 7th CENTURY B.C DOROTHYand DONNA FA22I OF Wchmorvd, VS., SISTERS-IM-LAW BOTH BECAME MOTHERS WITHIN A FEW DAYS OF EACH OTHER.-" BOTH HAD BABV GIRLS IH THE SAME HOSPITAL AND EACH INFANT WEIGHED EXACTLY 7LBS., 12'AOZS. O KMB NMni Syndic. Inc. tfft MNrtd rttfrti nrwd. by THOMAS JOSEPH WISH ASHE SLOP S ABIE R CRATE AIDED ACROSS 1 Punctuation mark 5 Cosmonaut's realm 10 Lincoln who played Tarzan 11 "La-" 13Simba 14 Pale 15 Actor Carrillo 16 Pay dirt 17 Piglet 18 Suffix with contest 19 Colloidal substance 20 Shame on you! 21 Tatter 23 Content 24 Woo 25 "My Pony 42 Heron 43 Ancient Asian DOWN 1 Street of fiction 2 Newcomers to our shores 3 Clear course 4 Sweetie 5 Showed mercy toward 6 Jury list 7 Beverage 8 Sinatra hit record 9 Romagna (region of Italy) AT OIUC BLOND S T OPLlH E Ag T y H ADEbIE AM l3s l aJn t On A P ATHOS 1TTMAGE NOONE ITJENOR Yesterday's Answer 12 Trod the 27 "Sweet boards ' Molly " 16 Molding 28 Wine 22Capekplay 29 Habituated 23 Tibetan 30 Dethrone gazelle 32 Mountain 25 Bleat, as crest a sheep 26 Violin maker 38 Malay gibbon 39 Cap 26 Swedish wine measure 28 Scratched 31 Merry month: Fr. 32 Wing: Lat. 33 Suffix with hero 34 Wholly 35 Coiffure puff 36 Male ram 37 Hard worker 39 By way of: var. 40 Native 41 Nancy or Ed I 12 3 14- f5 6 7 18 19 p , idti a 10 HP11 12 15 IP'6 IP'7 p 26 27 28 . 29 SO W IP35 !"lr Y ftt m 38 Ip 59 33 ; : y 3 W7" : IlN s-ao DAILY CRYPTOQUOTE - Here's how to work it: ' AXYDLBAAXR is LONGFELLOW One letter simply stands for another. In this sample A is used for the three L's, X for the two O's, etc. Single letters, apostrophes, the length and formation of the words are all hints. Each day the code letters are different. CRYPTOQUOTES WXGEJX TM..ZNAAZX XDBXORXR; E RCEZZ ZXEF PJXEA RYNB. G N Z Z RNOF E - WXO MJEOFZNO George Bomboy, 837-9606 Roofing Si Siding Complete Remodeling 3-13-tf ZOOK MOTORS, Inc. " SALES St SERVICE RENT-A-CAR WINDOW GLASS cut to size and installed at Kane Decorating Co. 837-7340. tf REMODELING, repairs, wiring, plumbing and heating. Don Lundeen. 837- 8008. 2-17-tf Transmission and alignment specialist, gen. auto, light truck repair. Ron Mocny, Rt. 321, East Kane. tf DAN BIRES, Plumbing and Heating. 945-6537. ,, tf. FLOOR COVERING installation, carpeting, other materials. Ceramic tile. , Factory trained, experienced. Thompson Floor Covering Kane. Phone 837-6556. tf Patios, sidewalks, chimneys, block foundations, all types of brickwork including fireplaces. Free estimates. Call M.E. Chirillo Construction at 837-6640 and ask for Mike. 5-17-tf Fireplace St foundations, stone, brick masonry, pointing. Ph. 837-8340. eod,4-26 WINSOR ELECTRIC -Residential, commercial wiring. 837-8877 or 778-5410. t,t,s-tf PERSONALS ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS. P.O. Box 453, Kane, Pa. tf Overeaters Anonymous; meets Mon. at 12:30 p.m., free babysitting service; Wed., meeting at 7:30 p.m. First United Methodist Church. s,w-tf BIDS WANTED NOTICE Sealed bids will be received, for 435 Mbf saw-timber near St. Marys, Elk County, Pa., comprising of 140 acres with volume running 83 percent cherry, 4 percent maple, and 8 percent misc., showing May 25, 1978, contact Edward H. Kuntz, Vice Pre., The Pennsylvania Bank St Trust Co., St. Marys, Pa., (814) 781-7111. 5-15,17,20,22 NOTICE: Help wanted advertising is placed under general headings. Job-seekers and advertisers should assume that applicants of either sex will be considered for the position in compliance with Title VII Civil Rights Act of 1964. WANTED: Part-time social worker position. Involves 5-day work week. Applicant must have college degree & be able to speak publicly. Apply by resume only before June 1. Lutheran Home at Kane, 107 Edgar St., Kane, Pa. 16735. 5-18-3t WANTED Kulf time 3-11 RN Supervisor. Also full time 3-11 LPN, part time 3-11 LPN. Also full time 11-7 LPN and part time 11-7 LPN. Inquire Elk Haven Nursing Home, St. ; Marys, Pa,., an equal opportunity employer. 2-24-tf WANTED Nurses aides or those with related backgrounds in caring for the elderly and other homebound individuals who wish to work on part-time or full time basis and want to place their name on a centralized list for job referrals, should contact Diana Fox in McKean County at 887-5672 or Marge Pennell in Potter County at 274-8843. 5-19-31 HELP WANTED-Man or woman to tend bar. Call 837-9962 after 12:00 noon for . interview appointment. 5-19-2t WANTED Part-time bookkeeper for morning work. Reply P.O. Box 158. 5-19-4t WANTED-LPN's full Si part time. 3 to 11 & 11 to 7 Starting wage $4-10 per nr. Inq. Elk Haven Nursing Home. An Equal Opportunity Employer. 5-19-tf FOR SALE-New Musette Player Piano, electric and pump style. Studley's Music House. 24 Pine, Bradford. 368-3000. 2-12-tf FOR SALE 5'x8' cargo trailer, 14" tires, 837-7557. 5-18,20,23 SALE-Friday, Saturday, Sunday. 9-? 4 First St., Mt. Jewett. Household items, small appliances, dishes, toys, etc. 5-18-3t PORCH SALE-Dishes, glassware & misc. items. From 11 ajn. - ? Fri, Sat. & , Sun. 227 Tionesta Ave., Kane. 5-18-3t FOR SALE 2 stereo speakers, Pioneer Project 60, max. imput - 50 watts. Ph. 837-9406. 5-lWt Household Sale Wednesday thru Saturday, 9-?. Collectable glass, furniture & lots of odds Si ends. 131 Greeves St. 5-16-5t FOR SALE : At HALF PRICE, a five grave lot at McKean Memorial Park. Phone H.D. MacEwen, 837-7234. 5-19-3t Modular homes and truck caps. 837-8317. Burt's. 3-16-tf Steel Haulers Wanted Train now to become a professional semi driver hauling steel or other commodities. The only program of Its kind in western New York. Earn $300 to S6O0 per week upon graduation. Many companies are anxiously awaiting our graduates. For application and interview, contact Mr. Cam, Placement Department, ATA Systems, 4495 Transit Road, Bowmansville, N.Y. 14026, phone 716-681 0840. Indiana ranks third in hogs and corn and eighth in chickens. Yesterday's Cryptoquote: EVERY MAN HAS A GOOSE THAT LAYS GOLDEN EGGS IF HE ONLY KNEW IT. AMERICAN ADAGE. 1978 King Featuro Syndicate, Inc. For Rent Retail Store. FraleySt. Kane Front and Rear Parking Adjoining Warehouse Available Call 723-4089 Mon. thru Fri. 9-5 BOATS FOR SALE FOR SALE-15' fiberglass boat, 33 horse electric start motor Si trailer. Call 837-9606 after 5:30 , p.m. 4-24-tf FOR SALE-18 foot boat, cruiser, sleeps 2, 85 hp Evinrude. Call 837-6729 after 5. 5-17-4t Sears aluminum boat, seats 3, with 5 h.p. Johnson motor, good cond. Write Box 835 c-o Kane Republican. 5-18-3t Household Goods NO regret, the best yet. Blue Lustre cleans carpets beautifully. Rent electric shampooer $2. CW Hardware FOR SALE-Zenith B&W console TV; Westinghouse B&W remote control; B&W portable TV. Call 837-8056 alter 12 noon. 5-20-6t Norway's coastline, including the fjords and largest of its A giant tortoise can achieve a 150,000 islands, is 17,000 miles maximum speed of.. 17 miles long. hour- 1. While cooking, pot handles should be: (A) Turned in. (B) Turned out. 2. The room you are in begins to fill with thick black smoke. You should (A) Save pets and valuables. (B) Call the fire department. (C) Escape from the building.' rr-ANSWERS sauojejoqei siaiuMjspun Aq 80IM9S A)9ES 9qnd e se pdpiAOJd 9A3 90WS 8l) M03q n0 MEJ3 pue 'spjxououi uoqitt pue aoius 'jib joq jo )sjnq t jo mti lis aq) u8A9Jd o) se os Ann) -am pue XmoS ji uado 'pasn aq jsnui pue pasop si joop ujooj aq) ) -aiqissod MopuiM tpnojii) aq pinous adeosa 'lou si joop ujooj aui ii -avows aq) oaq iunen n 2ujdoo)s 'mo daaij pinoqs noji -(3) Z 'UMop )od Suitind uajpiiqD jo aoueq ssa-j -(v) I AUTO FOR SALE FOR SALE '77 Chevy van with 4-year guarantee. P.S.-P.B., AM-FM cassette stereo, many extras. Must sell. 837-7400. 5-18-3t FOR SALE-1971 Buick Skylark. 50,000 miles, must sell. 837-6674. 5-19-2t FOR SALE 1975 Dodge 1-ton Tradesman 300 van, fully customized interior, many extras. Call 7264512 after 5 pjn. 5-18-6t FOR SALE 1971 Datsun pickup, 44,000 miles. Call 837-7406 after 4 pjn. 5-18-3t FOR SALE 1971 Chevrolet Impala. Call 837-6271. 5-18-3t Real Estate FOR SALE 200 x 200 lot 6 mi. north of Kane. Call 837-9543 after 6 pjn. 5-19-21 MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE House trailer with all facilities. Ideal for camp or year round living. 2 miles west of Kane on 1 acre of land . connected by A.N.F. 837-6768. COME SEE our nice selection of new and used homes. A&A Mobile Homes Rt. 66 W. Warren, Pa. Phone 7234960 t,f,s-tf THE FIFTH WHEEL KING! Specializing in 5th wheel travel trailers, motor homes, pickup campers, cus. van campers and two special pickups, Real Lite, Wilderness, Bravo Sprinter, Estate, Marathon. Buesink Auto, Findley Lake, N.Y. Ph. (716)769-7542. 3-30-tf Recreational Vehicle Sales and ; Service. Motor Homes, Travel Trailers, Fifth Wheels, Truck Caps. Full line accessory store. RO-MA CAMPER COUNTRY, Mt. Jewett, Pa., (814) 778-5111. 1-9-tf . NOTICE .' ! , If a Home is' on your mind, PutRo-Ma on your list - shopping list, that is. Ritz-Craft Horizon Skyline Ramada A fine variety of fine homes at RO-MA HOMES Rt. ! 21 Nat Unti Corners Mt. Jewrtt, PA 77-51 Moo. -Fri. ttoDaiK Sat.t-S "Whwt Service Is Standard Equipment" Twenty-nine of the 38 moun-tain peaks over 13,000 feet in Switzerland are in the Zermatt area, including the Matterhorn.

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