The News-Herald from Franklin, Pennsylvania on August 8, 1968 · Page 14
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The News-Herald from Franklin, Pennsylvania · Page 14

Franklin, Pennsylvania
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Thursday, August 8, 1968
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WISCONSIN! First Ballot Vote For Nomination MIAMI BEACH (UPI)-The first ballot rolkall for the Republican presidential nomina- ton: Alabama 14 votes for Nixon, 12 for Reagan Alaska 11 for Nixon, Rocke feller 1 Ark Wurthrop Rockefeller 18 Calif Reagan 86 Colo Nixon 14, Rockefeller 3, Reagan 1 Conn Nixon 4, Rockefeller 12 Del Nixon 9, Rockefeller 3 Fla Nixon 32, Rockefeller Reagan 1 Ga Nixon 21, Rockefeller Reagan 7 Hawaii Fong 14 Idaho Nixon 9; Reagan 5 D.C. Nixcn 6: Rock 3 11150 for Nixon; Rockefeller 5; Reagan S Ind Nixon 26 Iowa Nixon 13; Rockefeller 8, Reagan 3 Kan Carlson 20 La Nixon 19, Reagam 7 Kv Nixon 22, Rockefeller 2 Maine Nixon 7, Rockefeller 7 Maryland Nixon 18, Rocke feller 8 Massachusetts Rockefeller 34 Michigan Nixon 4, Romney 44 Mi'im Nixon 9, Rockefeller 15, Stassen 1, Lindsay 1 Mississippi Nixon 20 Missouri Nixon 16, Rockefel ler 5, Reagan 3 Montana Nixon 11, Reagan 3 Nebraska Nixon 16 Nevada Nixon 9, Rockefeller 3 New Hampshire Nixon 8 New Jersey Case 22, Nixon 18- New Mexico Nixon 8, Rocke feller 1, Reagan 5 New York Nixon 4, Rocke feller 88 North Carolina Nixon 9, Rock efeller 1, Reagan 16 North Dakota Nixon 5, Rock efeller 2, Reagan 1 Ohio Nixon 2, Rhodes 55, Stassen J Oklahoma Nixon 14, Rockefeller 1, Reagan 7 Oregon Nixon 18 Pennsylvania Nixon 22, Rockefeller 41, Reagan 1 Puerto Rico Rockefeller 5 Rhode Island Rockefeller 14 South Carolina Nixon 22 South Dakota Nixon 14 Tennessee Nixon 28 Texas Nixon 41, Reagan 15 Utah Nixon 2, Romney 6 Vermont Nixon 9, Rockefeller 3 Virginia Nixon 22, Rockefeller 2 irgin Islands Nixon 2, Rockefeller 1 Washington Nixon 15, Rocke feller 3, Reagan 6 - West Virginia Nixon 11 Rockefeller 3 Wisconsin Nixon 30 Wyoming Nixon 12 (J - Totals Nixon 692. N. Rocke feller 277, Reagan 182; W. Rock efeller 18, Romney 50, Carlson 20, Fong 14, Stassen 2, Case 22, Rhodes 55 and Lindsay 1. At the end of the roll call the following states changed their votes as follows: Minnesota 26 Nixon Missouri 24 Nixon Washington 24 Nixon ' Utah S Nixon Iowa 24 Nixon Ohio 58 Nixon Vermont 12 Nixon : California 86 Nixon Michigan 48 Nixon Maine 14 Nixon Illinois 58 Nixon Oklahoma 22 Nixon ' New Jersey 40 Nixon Maryland 26 Nixon Florida 34 Nixon Idaho 14 Nixon New York 92 Nixon Pennsylvania 64 Nixon Montana 14 Nixon Hawaii 14 Nixon Rhode Island 14 Nixon Alabama 26 Nixon Delaware 12 Nixon Massachusetts 34 Nixon Arkansas 18 Nixon New Mexico 18 Nixon New Mexico 14 Nixon Kansas 19 Nixon, 1 Rockefel ler Nevada 12 Nixon Alaska 12 "Nixon Virginia 24 Nixon North Dakota 8 Nixon Connecticut 16 Nixon Colorado 18 Nixon Puerto Rico 5 Nixon West Virginiar-13 .Nixon, Rockefeller North Carolina 26 Nixon Louisiana 26 Nixon Virgin Islands 3 Nixon Texas -M Nixon,. Reagan 2 Georgia 30 Nixon Kentucky 24 Nixon Jteg. 10.79! 3 pc. OTE9GTIOSH set Contains cement mixer with tilting and rotating hopper, lever operated dump truck, scoops and onloads, AH steel. lipiil 8 Color slides.,, HE EMM gao Fascinating play for ages 2-5. Look through back, push a button, picture changes. Has a revolving "flash cube" too! Eif assortment . . , FUYsxcar Elf T PAHS LJ eaem Something to please every child from ages 2 to 9! Peggy Tray, Magnetic Spell Board, Work Shop. Shop Our Basement Sales Area! I. TOOK MONEY'S WORTH MORE AT State Increases Penalties For Sale Of Obscene Material MIAMI BEACH (UPI) A bill stiffening penalties in Pennsylvania for the sale of obscene materials to persons under 17 years old was signed into law today by Gov. Ray mond P. Shafer of Pennsylvania. ' The new law, signed in Miami Bestch where Shafer is attending the Republican National Convention, lowers the age limit from 18 to 17 and includes magazines, books, movies, pam phlets, drawings, photos and records. The governor said the bill de fines pornography in accordance with current U.S. Supreme Court standards and said the "key to the law is known as variable obscenity." Shafer said "variable obscen ity" means a state" may protect children from obscene materials to a greater degree than it can proscribe material for adults. ren from the many insidious "In order to protect our children from the many insidious brands of this vile literature, we have to write into law a standard for them different from that applying to adults," Shafer said. Water Monster Object of Hunt NORTHAMPTON, England (UPI) Officials at the Aqua- drome Zoo are laying for the "water monster" believed to be giant pike which gobbled a dozen ducks a month on the zoo lake, striking so hard and fast there's nary a quack from his victims. He rises out of the water about a foot like a subma rine," said lake manager Ralph Dewhirst's 15-year-old son. V C.vv;:';v-Ct'.'.-Ut ,: t: v its ' f ,"i ' V, . i: ' f i - , 1 i I'i: 't.Sv.t-i v4 MIAMI BEACH Gov. Nelson Rockefeller (right) of New York is consoled by one of his campaign strategists, former Rep. William Miller (left) after hearing that the Republican presidential nomination had gone to Richard Nixon on the first ballot early today. Miller was vice presidential nominee on ,the 1964 Republican Goldwater ticket. Bradford Official Is Man of the Year PITTSBURGH (UPI) Mil ton E. Lopus, city manager of Bradford, was named "Maft of the Year" of the Pennsylvania League of Cities Tuesday night at the closing session of the organization's 69th annual convention. . Lopus received the award at a banquet attended by about 500 city officials from across the state. Earlier in the day, conven tion delegates elected Richard H. Biddle, New Castle city councilman, president of the league. He succeeded Mayor H. Gordon Payroy of Bethlehem. Mayor John Worrilow of Lebanon, was elected vice president and William G. Cunningham, Harrisburg councilman, was reelected treasurer. In its final meeting, the con vention unanimously adopted 12 resolutions, including one that would "continue support of legislation which would provide emergency powers for mayors and city managers in cities similar to the emergency powers of the governor." The resolution sought emergency powers particularly in the event of civil disorders. The delegates also voted 19- 12 in favor of a resolution to "support legislation which provides collective bargaining for all public employes and which would establish adequate procedures for resolving disputes." Narcotics Arrest PARIS (UPIV-Police arrest ed Monique Gilard, 43 today and charged her with carrying heroin in a suitcase with a false bottom. They said Miss Gilard had worked with Erika Krigers who was arrested by U.S. narcotics agents June 28 at the Boston airport. THE NEWS-HERALD 14 Franklin and OH Citv. Pa. Thursday, August 8, 1968 Earnings Drop About $100,000 ERIE, Pa. (UPI) American Sterlizer . Co.'s first half net earnings dropped about $100,' 000 from the comparable period in 1967, president V. F. Lechner reported Friday. Earnings per share declined from 43 cents to 37 cents after an adjustment for a 2-for-l split on May 3, 1968, Lechner said. He attributed the decline to general labor unrest during prolonged union negotiations, the sale of the Wabcon subsidiary and the new federal surtax. Lechner said a current rec ord backlog of $34 million com pared to $26 million in July 1967 should increase shipment! in the second half of the year. NO OTHER BEEF SO FRESH... SO TENDER Area's Most Complete food Center (mm) DRUGS J a y. y ST BAY SENECA ST. OIL CITY, PA. OPEN DAILY 8:30 to 10 LIBERTY ST. FRANKLIN, PA. OPEN DAILY 9 to 10 CLOSED ALL DAY SUNDAY KODAK GIFT OUTFIT IH5TAMATIC 104 10-pc OUTFIT Set consists of Instamatic 104 camera, VP 126 film, 3 flash-cubes, 2 batteries, photo file, snapshot holder and vinyl gadget bag. $24.95 VaL ONLY MAae II YT J3 3 Prompt accurate Prescription Service Is a tradition at Eckerd's BRING YOUR FILMS TO ECKERD'S FOR QUALITY, SAVINGS & THE BIG EXTRA fpHFREE FILM PRINTS SiLlCODACOLOR .. BLACK & WHITE Yes, wt give an extra set of prints free with every roll of black and whit or Kodacolor film developed and printed. Sizes, 620, 120, 126 and 127. THIS ECKERO COUPON GOOD FOR EXTRA TOP VALUE STAMPS With Purchase of $2.50 25 One Coupon Redeemed with Each $2.50 Purchase Except Items Prohibited by State Law Offer Expires Aug. 10 Bedeem as Many as Yon Wish on This Basis. wmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmi 11 i FLASH CUBES 3-(12 Flashes) Reg. $2.25 AQ Special .... Iii7 guaranteed FLASH CUBES Four flashes in One FIASH BULBS, 12'$ 99 $1.19 AGIs Reg. $1.29 5s or M3s Reg. $159 SUPER 8 MOVIE FILM-KA464 KODAK FILM LIST $2.95 $2.49 KODACROME II COLOR MOVIE FILM K459 DAYLIGHT OR ARTIFICIAL 25-ft. Roll. Reg. $2.65 value $1.99 POLAROID COLOR PACK FILM No. 108 $4.49 Jill s WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OP SPRING COOLED AIR CIRCULATING SEAT CUSHION Qvalify Steel, ceil Innrer construe rio, weave fiber covered 14"x34" $2.00 QUALITY ONLY $ WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OP TUSSY DEODORANT CREAM, STICK OR ROLL ON. fw $1.00 VALUE Price Sale f tow I GARDEN HOSE NOT 25 FT., NOT 50 FT. BUT 60 FT. Vj INCH "Solite 100 Vinyl Will Not Rust or Mildew $4.00 Val. Foil flow brass couplings, full V inside diameter. . $1.99 SALE! by THERMOS HOLIDAY Picnic Jugs k. E Fiberglas insulated, enameled steel body, polypropylene liner. $4.2? VAL 1 GAL. FAUCET JUS $3.29 VAL 1 GAL POUR SPOUT JUG S221 VAL Vi GAL POUR SPOUT JUG Swinaer i ..A 200 V LAffl lAlYiCKA jl I p BllEEeE THIS ECKERD COUPON GOOD FOR EXTRA TOP VALUE STAMPS With Purchase of $6.00 One Couoon Redeemed with Earh 6.00 Purchase Except Cigarettes and Items Prohibited bj State Law Redeem as Many as You Wish . on This Basis Offer Expires Aug. 10 DISCOUNT PRICES PLUS TOP VALUE STAMPS THE 'ORIGINAL' WHITMANS 2 GAL PATTY-0 CAUDLES . 2,$1 AIR BONS 229c WATERING CAM. ?598c MM SELTZER "L 42c SCOPE 89c HAIR SPRAY ? T ,69c $2.39 SIZE, 300 TABLETS " T7T7 " PAYER ASPIRIN . $1.67 CLAIROIL S00..,. $1.69 RIGHT GUARD . . .7?S,89c COLGATE TOOTHPASTE ',1; 59c ANACIM TABLETS .,' 94c LISTERINE ANTISEPTIC ., 69c DUFFERII1 '0,;,98c Bon Spray Deodorant .,4TS.69c BR0H0 SELTZER ..g' 69c

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