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INDEX REQUEST FORM SUBJECT A.B.E. Airport A.B.E. Airport A.B.E. Airport DATE Jan. 15 Jan. 4 March 18 YEAR 1973 1973 1973 DESCRIPTON Increased security taken against hijackers. Increased security taken against hijackers. Northampton and Lehigh County Commissioners feud over the financing of the proposed $8.9 million expansion. Dr. James Delahunty, critic of abortion, resigned from staff of Hunterdon Medical Center due to conflict of philosophies. Area hospitals discuss new abortion policies. A proposed policy to deal with the use of alcohol by pupils at Easton Area High School to be presented to School Board by High School Prinicipal Philip J. Spaziani. Neil A. Armstrong, first man to walk on moon spoke at Minsi Trail Council, Boy Scouts of America award dinner at Hotel Bethlehem. Account of the Art fair and a list of winners. Account of the Art fair and a list of winners. Joseph DeThomas, local artist, an account of his life and work. John L. Kraus, artist of Raubsville, PA, account of his life and work. Signs his work F. Bread. Nicholas Bartolacci a Palmer Township artist. Nicholas Bartolocci, mail carrier is also a talented artist. Illus. NEWSPAPER Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express PAGE p. 5, illus. p. 2 p. 5

Abortion

Aug. 17

1973

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Abortion Alcoholism

Jan. 24 & 31 Sept. 22

1973 1973

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Armstrong, Neil A.

Feb. 15

1973

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Art - Fairs Art - Fairs Artists Artists

Sept. 21 Sept. 24 April 18 July 19

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Artists

Oct. 9

1973

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Athletics

Nov. 15

1973

Automobile Agencies

Oct. 18

1973

New 9-school athletic conference in the Lehigh Easton Express Valley. Breaks up the current Lehigh-Northampton League. Rankin Garage and Sales Service - Groundbreaking Easton Express for new building in 25th Street Shopping Center. Rowe's gasoline station in Phillipsburg, N.J. celebrates 50th anniversary. Auto show at the Palmer Mall. Schaible's Bakery raises price of bread, second time since June 1 and third time since August 1972. Easton Baking Company, 34 North 7th Street, Easton, PA. A History of the Company. Balloonist failed in attempt to cross the Atlantic Ocean. Mr. Bob Sparks from Tamiment, PA is forced by storm to ditch balloon. Roberts Sparks, balloonist, to make tests near the Lehigh Valley in preparation for trans-Atlantic flight. Bob Sparks hopes to fly to France in a hot-air helium balloon. Calvary Church of the Nazarene has 24 year history. Brief history of Mackey Memorial Baptist Church. Presbyterian parish of Bangor-Roseto combination of 3 former congregations with traces of English, Welsh and Italian origins. Area banks increase interest on saving. Area banks increase interest on saving. Long hair a problem to local barbers. Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express

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Automobile Agencies Automobiles - Shows Bakeries

Oct. 18 Nov. 5 Aug. 13

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Bakeries

Sept. 25

1973

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Balloons

Aug. 9

1973

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Balloons

June 8

1973

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Balloons Bangor, PA - Churches Bangor, PA - Churches Bangor, PA - Churches

Oct. 19 Dec. 1 Feb. 24 Oct. 6

1973 1973 1973 1973

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Banks Banks Barbers

July 14 July 14 Jan. 6

1973 1973 1973

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Battleship Models. Beebe, Helen H. Bethlehem Township, PA Education Bethlehem Township, PA Heritage Day Bethlehem, PA - Churches

Sept. 19 May 31, 1973. Dec. 7

1973 1973 1973

Fred Holjes of Lebanon, N.J. builds replicas of U.S. Easton Express battleships. Deaf Clinic takes a new road to teach the deaf to Easton Express speak. An account of her method. Miller's Heights - Wilson School to be closed and Easton Express students bused to Bethlehem. Parents protest. Heritage Day draws 600 persons. Easton Express

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Aug. 4 Oct. 6, 1973 June 22, 1973 July 17 Nov. 24

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St. Thomas United Church of Christ at Macada and Easton Express Altonah Roads to celebrate 125 years. Junior League of the Lehigh Valley to help restore Easton Express the Goundie House. Bicentennial Committee okay by city fathers. Easton Express John Schlegel, chairman of the Bicentennial Committee for Northampton County, to open an office. John Schlegel, chairman of the Bicentennial Committee for Northampton County, to open an office. Seal design selected by Easton Area Bicentennial committee. Winner is Keith Hahn, a junior at Nazareth Area High School. Earth science and gem show designed to interest the blind. To be held at Moravian Bollege by Mineralogical Society of PA. A brief history of the Old Greenwich Presbyterian Church Moore Township Elementary School children collect 1.4 million bottle caps and recycle them at Bethlehem Steel's local plant. Easton Express

Bethlehem, PA - Homes Bicentennial Committee Bicentennial Committee

1973 1973 1973

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Bicentennial Committee

Oct. 19

1973

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Bicentennial Seal

Nov. 9

1973

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Blind

June 2

1973

Easton Express

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Bloomsbury, NJ - Churches Bottle Caps

June 9 June 27

1973 1973

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Bowen, Catherine Drinker

Nov. 2

1973

Obituary of former Express writer and daughter of Easton Express Dr. Henry Drinker, president of Lehigh University. She received honorary degrees from Lafayette in 1957 and Moravian College in 1967. Duane Jones of 1 Wilden Drive (Palmer fireman) Easton Express accused of setting the fire at Bar-Don Bowling Lanes on Aug. 8. An account of the musical activities of the musical Easton Express family of Easton. Toll bridge won't be painted red, white, and blue Easton Express in observance of the nation's Bicentennial, as requested by Phillipsburg Historical Society. Two ends of Chain Dam on Lehigh River, near Glendon, are inching together as work nears completion. Account of the activities of Zen Buddhism temple in Williams Township. A dwarf who gate-crashes sports events and meets celebrities lives in Phillipsburg. DIG holds its regular monthly meeting on one of the new LANTA's air conditioned buses Elderly may ride free on the buses of the Lehigh and Northampton Transportation Authority LANTA receives $250,000. from State to help meet its operating deficit City council vetoes bid to keep LANTA Bus fares for pupils to go up a nickel from 20 cents to 25 cents DIG issuing bus stamps Easton Express

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Bowling

Jan. 16

1973

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Brader Family Bridges, Delaware

Aug. 20 Oct. 1

1973 1973

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Bridges, Lehigh

June 23

1973

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Buddhists Bugen, Morris "Mace" Bus Transportation

Feb. 24 Feb. 28 Aug. 22

1973 1973 1973

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Bus Transportation

July 2

1973

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Bus Transportation Bus Transportation Bus Transportation - Fares Bus Transportationnn - Fares

March 21 Nov. 14 July 11 Jan. 17

1973 1973 1973 1973

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Bushkill Creek

March 7

1973 1973 1973 1973

Bushkill Watershed Association Oct. 20 Business - Banks Business - Banks April 23 Aug. 25

Spill of oil in creek from Hercules Cement Company is probed. Has annual meeting and presents awards

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Business - Banks Business - Banks

Dec. 5 & 13 1973 Feb. 22 1973

Northampton National Bank to observe 75th Easton Express anniversary. Pa. State Banking Commission approves the Easton Express opening of a branch of First Valley Bank on site of Valley Federal at North Third Street. First Valley opens a new branch at 61 N. 3rd St. Easton Express Easton National Bank & Trust Co. FBI "robs" Palmer bank. Agents from Allentown demonstrated a bank robbery as a way of instructing bank tellers. Lafayette Bank. Vice- President and founder of bank, Walter Kunkel. Obituary. Lafayette Bank receives a letter of the Marquis from anonymous donor. First Valley Bank expects to open a branch in Easton at the building where former Valley Federal Savings & Loan Association was located at 61 N. 3rd St. Northampton National Bank celebrates its 75th year. Binney & Smith buys former Berlou Fabrics Inc. plant building in Forks township for $671,196. Glenn Nehoda, of Forks Township, a young blacksmith. Adult bookstore reopened in Phillipsburg. Was closed due to zoning violation. Book Shanty, 418 Northampton Street. Easton Express

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Business - Banks Business - Banks Business - Banks

March 28 May 21 Nov. 23

1973 1973 1973

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Business - Banks Business - Binney & Smith

Oct. 10 Sept. 29

1973 1973

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Business - Blacksmiths Business - bookstores Business - Bookstores

July 28 Jan. 19 March 19

1973 1973 1973

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Business - Bookstores Business - Carriage Industry Business - Cement Industry Business - Cement Industry

March 2 April 13 July 14 May 2

1973 1973 1973 1973

Business - Chemical Industry Business - Chopping Malls Business - Con-Agra Business - Department Stores Laubach's

Feb. 10 Aug. 15 Oct. 26 Feb. 22

1973 1973 1973 1973

Business - Doctors Business - Drugstores Business - Fabrics

June 23 March 1 June 20

1973 1973 1973

Business - Food Industry

Oct. 19

1973

Business - Food Industry

Oct. 3

1973

Book Shanty, 418 Northampton Street. New bookstore opens. Mitman carriage business. Brief history of the business and family. Alpha Portland Cement plant at Martin Creek converted to flour mill by Con Agra. Gerstell, Robert Sinclair, former president and chairman of Alpha Portland Cement Company. Obituary. Lehigh Valley Chemical Co. Fire strikes Glendon firm. Palmer Park Mall grand opening August 16-18, 1973 Con-Agra seeks to open railroad crossing on Route 611. The Laubach Realty Co. sold property on which Laubach-Pomery's located. Acquired by Humbert L. Orlandi, Jr., for $400,000. Allied Stores Corp. now leases from Orlandi. West, Dr. John H., Easton physician for 56 years. Obituary. New pill counter in operation at Thrift Drug store in Hillcrest Shopping Center. Berlou Fabrics, Inc. plant in Raubsville on Rte. 611 locks out employees. Arrears 6 months rent to landlord, Chester Flagler. Kro -Tron going out of business. Had provided food services for several school systems in Warren County. Kro-Tron going out of business. Had provided food services for several school systems in Warren County.

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Business - Food Stores

March 21

1973

Thatcher, Edward, Jr. President of Thatcher's Sea Easton Express Food Market in the Circle Arcade for 56 years, also owner of Black Horse Tavern for 28 years. Food store opened at 6th & Wolf Street by Tom Bright. Guzzo, Eugene. 101 years old. Operated a grocery store at 1048 Northampton Street. Obituary. Laneco, Inc. to take over Forks township Falk's store. Portland , Pa. Frederick Duckloe & Brothers, Inc. to show hand-crafted Windsor chairs at International Hotel & Restaurant Exhibition in Paris New furniture store opens alond Memorial Parkway in Phillipsburg, N.J. Dennis Gift House, located at 1224 S. Main St., Phillipsburg, celebrates grand opening of new store. College Hill Tavern - Arthur "Dutch" Frace, owner of the tavern for 37 years sells tavern to his niece. Sheaton Motor Inn. Groundbreaking for new inn at South Third Street and Riverside Drive. White House Restaurant. Chinese-American restaurant opens at 75 North 4th St. Location formerly Leona Mae Lipkey Dance School. Easton Express Easton Express

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Business - Food Stores Business - Food Stores

March 22 Nov. 5

1973 1973

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Business - Food Stores Business - Furniture Stores

Oct. 1 March 24

1973 1973

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Business - Furniture Stores Business - Gift Stores

May 21 May 1

1973 1973

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Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc.

April 28

1973

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Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc.

Aug. 20

1973

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Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc.

Feb. 28

1973

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Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc.

Jan. 16

1973

Palmer Township to take legal action against Rose Easton Express Garden Tavern on William Penn Highway. Petition signed by citiczens noting complaints.

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Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc. Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc.

June 5 May 8

1973 1973

McCormick Café. Proprietor for 33 years, John Easton Express Joseph McCormick, obituary. Palmer Township to take legal action against Rose Easton Express Garden Tavern on William Penn Highway. Petiton signed by citizens noting complaints. Ice Cream Wonderland opens at 717 Berwick St. as an old fashioned ice cream parlor End of the line for Easton's "IceAge". Jesse Cyphers retires as the last of ice men. Ingersoll-Rand give 2 large tracts on Roseberry Street to Warren Hospital on condition that it be used to help meet the health needs of the area. Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express

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Business - Ice Cream Business - Ice Industry Business - Ingersoll-Rand

May 21 Jan. 15 Jan. 25

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Business - Insurance Business - Insurance

Nov. 23 Nov. 29

1973 1973

Business - Insurance Business - Insurance

Oct. 22 Sept. 26

1973 1973

Business - Inventors Business - Iron Industry

Oct. 19 July 16

1973 1973

Business - Iron Industry

July 20

1973

New data center to be located at 300 Morrison Easton Express Ave. Description of its operation. Equitable Life Insurance building completed and Easton Express holds open house. Gives gift to Easton Emergency Squad. Located on Chestnut Hill. Williams, Mason. President of Brown & Williams Easton Express insurance company. Obituary. Equitable Life Assurance Datacenter located on Easton Express Morrison Avenue is open and ready for dedication. Inventor Theodor E. Sulkin gets patent for fast test- Easton Express scoring device. Glendon Iron Works - Christian Motz has Easton Express checkered career leading to archeological work, working on Glendon Iron Works. Glendon Iron Works - Christian Motz has Easton Express checkered career leading to archeological work, working on Glendon Iron Works.

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Business - Iron Industry

May 11

1973

Business - Iron Industry

May 22

1973

Glendon Iron Company - Hugh Moore Parkway Easton Express sponsors an archaeological dig on site of old iron company. Archeoloical dig at the site of the Glendon Iron Easton Express Works to begin in June and continue for 10 weeks under the auspices of the Hugh Moore Parkway. A brief history of the furnace. Obituary of Charles Pomp Maxwell, Easton attorney for 60 years Area liquor clerks join strike ranks Guitars still made by hand Former president of Lehigh Valley Cooperative Farmers, Allentown, PA, contributes an illegal $50,000. corporate contribution to President Nixon's reelection campaign. Old area mills being recycled. Lehigh Portland Cement mill at Sandt's Eddy taken over by ConAgra of Omaha, a flour producing concern. Johnny's news stand run by John Lawrence ends as owner goes to live at Gracedale. Obituary of William Anderson, founder of company Installs new waste-water treatment plant Printing Place, 213 Northampton Street, owned by John Danko, Jr., opens for business. Antonio Martin closes his shoemaker and repair business located at the corner of Marshall and Warren Streets in Phillipsburg. 72 years in business. Express Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express

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Business - Lawyers Business - Liquor Business - Martin Guitar Co. Business - Milk

Nov. 28 July 10 March 2 June 8

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Business - Mills

May 26

1973

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Business - Newsstands

Nov. 19

1973 1973 1973 1973

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Business - Pennsylvania Pump & Oct. 25 Compressor Co. Business - Pfizer & Co. Oct. 31 Business - Printing Oct. 19

Business - Shoe Industry

Oct. 13

1973

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Business - Shopping Malls Business - Shopping Malls Business - Shopping Malls Business - Shopping Malls

Aug. 13 Aug. 16 Aug. 17 Aug. 30

1973 1973 1973 1973

Palmer Park Mall grand opening August 16-18, 1973 Palmer Park Mall grand opening, August 16-18, 1973 Palmer Park Mall grand opening August 16-18, 1973 150-acre Green Pond Mall to include shopping center, office buildings and recreational areas 150-acre Green Pond Mall to include shopping center, office buildings and recreationals 150-acre Green Pond Mall to include shopping center, offic buildings and recreational area.

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Business - Shopping Malls

Nov. 1

1973

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Business - Shopping Malls

Oct. 31

1973

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Business - Shopping Malls

Oct. 5

1973

9-foot "steel man" placed inside main entrace to Express Westgate Mall. Gift of its developer H.S. Campbell; artists: A.G.Capp and Lena Koehner 150-acre Green Pond Mall to include shopping center, office buildings and recreational areas 150-acre Green Pond Mall to include shopping center, office buildings and recreational areas Obituary of Fred Levin, former owner of Easton Sporting Goods Co. for over 50 years Obituary of John R. Winter. He and his brother Charles operated Winter Brothers Tailors. Triangle Corp. of Orangeburg, NC, buys old Transogram factory (23-acre site) for $475,000. Located at Hilton and Hally Streets in Williams Township. Express

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Business - Shopping Malls

Sept. 13

1973

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Business - Shopping Malls

Sept. 21

1973

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Business - Sports Business - Tailors

July 25 Aug. 21

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Business - Tools

May 10

1973

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Business - Variety Stores

Sept. 1

1973

Business - Woodcarving

Dec. 6

1973

Businesses - J. T. Baker Chemical June 28 Company Candle (Centre Square) Dec. 29

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Candle (Centre Square)

Nov. 14

1973

Center City Neighborhood Center Cerebral Palsy

Aug. 21 June 25

1973 1973

Chamber of Commerce, Easton Aug. 29 Chamber of Commerce, Easton May 22

1973 1973

Chansonnette Theatre Chansonnette Theatre Chess Children's Home, Easton

Nov. 1 Nov. 16 June 9 Nov. 16

1973 1973 1973 1973

Philmore Tucker purchased Adams Building 414416 Northampton St. from Hackett estate for $38,000. Tucker's Yarn Shop to open in a few months. Noah Weis and Frederick Faber have works exhibited at Northampton County Historical Society Old 1945 brick smokestacks dismantled at J. T. Baker Chemical Co. New low sulphur fuel oil to be installed. 3 Palmer Township children win the Peace Candle coloring contest: Deanna Datesman, William Eagle II, Anne Maitland. 3 Palmer Township chilren win the Peace Candle coloring contest: Deanna Datesman, William Eagle II, Anne Maitland Localed at 511 Northampton St., to be closed as there is no longer a need. Cerebral Palsy victim uses his typewriter as a paintbrush. Thomas Kramer of Bethlehem makes greeting cards. Groundbreaking for new building on S. Fourth Street Representative Fred B. Rooney presents his personal check of Chamber toward the Chamber's Building Fund. To perform "Dolly" at Easton Area High School on Nov. 17-25 To perform "Dolly" at Easton Area High School on Nov. 17-25 Famed chess player Frank Brady teaches game at his Tannersville home. Children's Home of Easton dedicates the Ann O'Hara Parker Memorial Library

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Christmas

July 9

1973

Easton's official Christmas card for 1973 designed Express by Mrs. Rita Daub. Sale proceeds to be used for community holiday decorations. Downtown Improvement Group urges reduction in holiday lighting to conserve energy Express

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Christmas

Nov. 16

1973

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Christmas Christmas Churches - Baptist Churches - Episcopal

Nov. 27 Oct. 19 Oct. 1 Feb. 22

1973 1973 1973 1973

Bethlehem and Allentown to cut back on lighting Express due to energy crisis Bethlehem and Allentown to cut back on lighting Express due to energy crisis Shiloh Baptist Church - final service in old church. Easton Express Fred Conine becomes priest of Episcopal Church at Easton Express a ceremony at Trinity Episcopal. At 63, a dream comes true. Editorial regarding Fred Conine becoming an Easton Express Episcopal priest at 63. Trinity Episcopal Church observes "Pet Sunday". Easton Express A new interracial church established in Easton. Mrs. Dorothy Cook, leader. Hopes to raise $100,000 for a building. Rev. John Castellani, pastor of Faith Lutheran Church. History and present day service. St. Paul's Lutheran Church located at 2561 Newburg Road. Brief history. Obituary of Rev. Dr. Walter Carl George Veit, former pastor of Zion's Lutheran Church. Easton Express

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Churches - Episcopal Churches - Episcopal Churches - House of Love

Feb. 24 May 21 Nov. 19

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Churches - Lutheran - Faith Oct. 6 Lutheran Churches - Lutheran - St. Luke's Nov. 24 Churches - Lutheran - St. Paul's Churches - Lutheran - Zion Feb. 13 April 16

1973 1973 1973 1973

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Churches - St. Jane Frances de Chantal Churches - St. John's Lutheran Churches - St. John's Lutheran

May 19

1973

Aug. 18 July 16

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Churches - St. John's Lutheran - June 23 Williams Township Civic Saturday Sept. 15

St. Jane Frances de Chantal Catholic Church, Wilson Borough. Story of growth of church and school. St. John's Lutheran Church 4th & Ferry Streets founded in 1740. A brief history. Beiswanger, Dr. John. Obituary. Organist of St. John's Lutheran Church. Celebrates its 125th anniversary. Brief history.

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1973

Booths of many local organizations lined sidewalks Express and Centre Square on Saturday Sept. 15 Pianist to give first Easton concert at Lafayette College Clinton inmates sue. Claim guard brutality at NJ Institution for women at Clinton Eagle Youth Center, a clothing store purchased from Mr. & Mrs. Nathan Saslow by Donald Anderson. The store was founded 39 years ago. The Clothes Closet, a woman's clothing store, at 507 Northampton Street. Men's fashion shop. Sponsored by Easton Express and 7 of Easton's leading downtown merchants in men's wear. Men's Clothing Store: Anders' opens in 25th Street Shopping Center. Club's new home dedicated to past president, Jo Prince who died in 1972. Old Club House on Canal Street torn downdue to redevelopement plans. Account of Club's purpose and history Express Easton Express Easton Express

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Cliburn, Van Clinton, NJ Clothing Stores

Nov. 3 June 28 Jan. 16

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Clothing Stores Clothing Stores

July 14 Oct. 2

1973 1973

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Clothing Stores Clubs - Paradise

Sept. 17 June 11

1973 1973

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Clubs - West Ward Citizens Association Clubs - West Ward Citizens Association Clubs - West Ward Citizens Association Columbus Day

July 27

1973

Organized and has a goal of 500 membership. Reverand Harry Maw, President Organized and has a goal of 500 memberships. Reverand Harry Maw, President Block party Knights of Columbus honor day by laying wreath at Phillipsburg statue on site at Sts. Philips and James parochial school Easton Junior Women's Club appointed by Consumer Product Safety Commission as an official watchdog on toys for children. Court criet, Cliff Rice, now 85 related his work as court crier. Courthouse Renewal Project: Easton Planning Commision designated 128 parcels of land near Courthouse for the renewal project. 25 Acre tract would widen Washington Street. Boundaries of tract include Ferry, Union, S.6th, S.5th, Rosewood, S. 7th Streets Commissioners shut off courthouse floodlight illumination on front of building as part of energy crisis. Courthouse Renewal Program, planned, outlined and criticized. History buff pushes replica of Courthouse for Centre Square. An account of the activities of Easton and Phillipsburg Credit Bureau, located on the 6th floor of Northampton National Bank Building at 4th and Northampton Streets.

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Sept. 4

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October 12 1973

Consumer Safety

Dec. 5

1973

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Court House - New Court House - New

Jan. 4 May 30

1973 1973

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Court House - New

November 1973 15 Sept. 20 Dec. 12 1973 1973

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Court House - New - Expansion Court House - Replica Credit Bureau

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Crime - Drugs

Nov. 17

1973

Crime - Drugs

Nov. 20

1973

Crime - Drugs Crime - Kidnapping

Nov. 30 July 24

1973 1973

$384,000 worth of marijuana being preserved while two out-of-state men are tried for possession. $384,000 worth of marijuana being preserved while two out-of-state men are tried for possession. Police arrest 15 in narcotics raid in Nazareth, Pennsylvania. Police probe the death of Mrs. E. Ann O'Connor kidnapped in Hillcrest Shopping Mall, Phillipsburg, New Jersey. Woman thrown from camper. Dairy farmer of Forks Township. Vernon Godshalk sells his milk over the counter. Dairy farmer of Forks Township, Vernon Godshalk sells his milk over the counter George Taylor Chapter DAR dedicates bronze plaque honoring George Taylor at Taylor's grave in Easton cemetery Day Care., Protest marchers from St. John's Lutheran Church to Courthouse in protest of new federal regulations that would drop day-care program. Day Care., Protest marchers from St. John's Lutheran Church to Courthouse in protest of new federal regulations that would drop day-care program. Dairying, Dairy farmer of Corks Township. Vernon Godshalk sells his milk over the counter.

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Dairying Dairying DAR, George Taylor Chapter

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Daughters of American Revolution. George Taylor Chapter Daughters of American Revolution. George Taylor Chapter Daughters of American Revolution. George Taylor Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution (D.A.R.) - George Taylor Chapter

Feb. 14

1973

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Nov. 9

1973

Bronze plaque honoring George Taylor at Taylor's Easton Express grave in Easton Cemetery.

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Daughters of the American Revolution (D.A.R.) - George Taylor Chapter Day Care

Nov. 9

1973

Bronz e plaque honoring George Taylor at Taylor's Easton Express grave in Easton Cemetery. Protest marchers march from St. John's Lutheran Church to Courthouse in protest of new federal regulations that would drop day-care programs Easton Express

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1973

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Deafness

May 31

1973

Mrs. Helen H. Beebe deaf clinic takes new road to Easton Express teach the deaf to speak. Account of her method. Mrs. Helen H. Beebe Deaf clinic takes new road to teach the deaf to speak. Account of her method. Court grants death right to ailing inmate of State Hospital, did not want operation for removal of cancer. Court grants death right to ailing inmate of State Hospital. Did not want operation for removal on cancer. Retains its beauty, becoming a reality for canoeists Obit. for Dr. Henry Kowitz, Easton dentist, artist and musician. Obit. for Dr. Henry Kowitz, Easton dentist, artist and musician. Easton doctor Dr. Frederick W. Ward says diabetes on rise Obituary of Timothy Spillane, Phillipsburg physician. DIG hires new coordinator, Phil J. Levine DIG honors Gloria Cohen who was executive coordinator for 9 years Easton Express

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Deafness

May, 31

1973

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Death

June 6

1973

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Death

June 6

1973

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Oct. 18

1973

Drake Building's value set at $200,000 over sale price Price resolved. The Easton Redevelopment Authority ordered to pay owner Raymond Baurkot $51,614 more than the original offer. Final amount of $414,614. Price resolved. The Eason Redevelopment Authority ordered to pay owner Raymond Baurkot $51,614 more than the original offer. Final amount of $414,614. Drop-in center faces financial collapse Art Collection of original art by local artist to be started. !st gift from Dr. & Mrs. Joseph Urban in memory of Ann Urban, artist. Three paintings by the artist. Bicentennial unit eyes Easton Armory as use for work in celebration. After December 1, the National Guard unit to move to Bethlehem. Brief history of building in existence since 1906.

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Oct. 31 Oct. 8

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Armory to close and unit to merge with Easton Express Bethlehem group. Bicentennial unit eyes Easton Armory as use for Easton Express work in celebration. After December 1, the National Guard unit to move to Bethlehem. Brief history of building in existence since 1906. Receives 4 cardiac monitor from Equitable Life Insurance Company. Easton Emergency Squad marks its 15th anniversary. Easton Emergency Squad marks its 15th anniversary. Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express

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Easton Express - Scholarship

June 13

1973

First winner of journalism scholarship - (Deborah Winston Diehl Journalism Award), is Jeanette Moore, a graduate of Easton Area High School.

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Nov.16 Dec. 5

1973 1973

New Rehabilitation wing is a team effort. Now in Easton Express operation. Student nurses of Easton Hospital go to Harrisburg Easton Express to demonstrate their support of two house bills concerning nursing profession.

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Easton Hospital - Nurses and Nursing Easton Hospital - Nurses and Nursing Easton Hospital - Nurses and Nursing Easton Neighborhood Centers

June 7 June 7

1973 1973 Easton nurse, Mrs. Lucille Cherry succeeds in Easton Express reaching 20-year goal by graduating from college. Easton nurse, Mrs. Lucille Cherry succeeds in Easton Express reaching 20-year goal by graduating from college. Neighborhood Centers to receive no more Federal Easton Express Funding. All centers in the Lehigh Valley affected. James Tucker, executive director honored in farewell dinner. James Tucker, executive director honored in farewell dinner. Arab community in Easton area expressed sorrow over the current Middle East conflict between Israel and Arabia. Arab peace rally held in St. George's Syrian Orthodox Church, Allentown. $25,000 raised. City Council creates assistant solicitor post Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express p. 23, illus.

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Easton, City of - Employees

Nov. 14

1973

Council member Thomas Goldsmith hits expenses Easton Express of controller Edward Lucey on convention trips Council member Thomas Goldsmith hits expenses Easton Express of controller Edward Lucy on convention trips Express surveyed the fire department in the wake Express of criticism concerning the handling of the recent $100,000-fire at Lafayette College New headquarters costing $1.01 million is ready Express for use. Experts teach Easton's K-9 Corps Express Easton's downtown section of South Third Street Easton Express area South Side residents complain of rehabilitation as Express a "patch job." Easton's Northampton Street between 11th & Easton Express 13th St. Articles by Easton Express writer. Part 2. Controversy over the possible change by city of Canal Street. Questionnaire in Easton Express Controversy over the possible change by city of Canal Street. Questionnaire in Easton Express. Easton's Northampton St. between 11th & 13th St. Articles by Easton Express writer. Part 1. New lights installed by Metropolitan Edison City wins grant of $21,000. from PA Dept. of Transportation for street signs to conform to international standards Easton Express

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1973

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April 28

1973

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Easton, City of - Streets - St. John Street Education - Bands

Jan. 27 Dec. 1

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Feb. 8

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Nov. 27

1973

Education - Curriculum Education - Curriculum Languages

Dec. 11 March 26

1973 1973

Planning Commission reaffirms for wider road for St. John St. on the South Side Easton Area High School - Parents, students defend band's action at Thanksgiving game. National anthem was not played. Easton Area High School unable to attend International Band festival at Vienna, Austria In July. Trip canceled when necessary funds could not be raised. Easton Area High School - Parents, students defend band's action at Thanksgiving game. National anthem was not played. Easton Area School District board creates post of Reading Director. Elementary pupils of Wolf and Cheston schools take a 4 - week mini - course in Spanish. 2 Lafayette College students are in charge. Energy crisis causes temperatures in the classroom to be set at 68 degrees during school day and 60 over weekends. Easton Area School District lunches rise from $.40 to $.45 in elementary and $.50 to $.55 in senior and junior high school. Cafeterias in Easton schools to be contracted with Kro-Tron Food Services, Inc. Easton Area Schools to take over own food operation. Dissatisfied by services of Kro-Tron Food Services, Inc. Lieberman Tract option picked up from Easton Area School District by J.M. Nicholas Corp. No middle school to be built in the tract. Price was $200,000.

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Nov. 27

1973

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Aug. 25

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June 26 Oct. 23

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March 3

1973

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Education - Moravian Seminary May 8 for Girls. Education - Northampton Aug. 11 County Area Community College Education - Northampton Dec. 7 County Area Community College Education - Northampton Jan. 22 County Area Community College Education - Northampton June 1 County Area Community College

1973 1973

Portrait of Helena de Schweinitz Correli presented Easton Express to school. Nursing students to "adopt" grandparents at Easton Express Gracedale. Board approves the teaching of prisoners at county prison. New structures blend form, utility. Article by reporter on the new complex. Easton Express

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Education - Northampton June 29 County Area Community College Education - Northampton Nov. 2 County Area Community College Education - Northampton May 4 County Area Community College 0 Curriculum Egg Decorating March 29 Energy Crisis Nov. 8

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Fifth commencement address given by Dr. Alfredo Easton Express G. de los Santos, former Dean of the school, now President of El Paso Community College, El Paso, Texas. NCACC to establish a child development Easton Express laboratory at the college to provide a nursery school for children 3 - 5. Board approves the teaching of prisoners at Easton Express county prison. Clinical Dentistry program started. First in PA. Easton Express

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Decorating eggs - an art. Taught by Mrs. Kit Stansbury of Phillipsburg, N.J. Main points of energy plan as submitted by President Nixon. Comment by area residents.

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Falk, Peter (T.V. Columbo) Farming Fashion Show

Aug. 28 Dec. 3 Sept. 10

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Stopped by Raritan Township police. Easton Express Article by Express reporter on the life of a farmer Easton Express in the Easton area. Male fashion show to aid South Side Easton Express Neighborhood Center.

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Feinsilver, Rabbi Alexander Ferndale - Churches Ferndale - Churches Flag - Stamp

May 14 Aug. 25 Oct. 13 June 18

1973 1973 1973 1973

To retire as rabbi of Temple Covenant of Peace. St. Luke's Lutheran Church to observe 210th anniversary. Ferndale United Church of Christ to mark 20th anniversary. Northampton County Commissioners adopt resolution requesting U.S. Postmaster General to select Easton's flag for the Postal Series of historical flag stamps. Northampton County Commissioners adopt resolution requesting U.S. Postmaster General to select Easton's flag for the Postal Series of historical flag stamps. Fire at Kerr's chicken hatchery. 5,000 chicks lost, $500,000 damage. Fire at Kerr's chicken hatchery. 5,000 chicks lost, $500,000 damage. Hopewell House located on East Main Street, Flemington, N.J. sold. Brief history of historic home. United Church of Christ (formed by merging in 1970 of St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran and St. Mark's Reformed Churches). Brief history of the church. Surprise flood hits area. Delaware 26 ft. above normal. Highest since flood of 1955. 300 Phillipsburg elementary school pupils afflicted by food poisoning. Warren Hospital and Easton treated the sick children. Food prepared by KroTron firm, attributed to egg salad sandwiches. Easton food prices top East Pennsylvania list.

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Flag - Stamp

June 21

1973

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Aug. 10 Aug. 9 Sept. 22

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May 5

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Floods Food - Poisoning

June 30 Sept. 27

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Food - Prices

Aug. 20

1973

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Forks Township - Emergency Squad Forks Township - Emergency Squad Forks Township - Floods Forks Township - Historic Homes Frenchtown, N.J. - Churches Gangs Gasoline Shortage Gasoline Shortage Gasoline Shortage Gasoline Shortage

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Emergency Squad buys 1.07 acres along Route 115 Easton Express across from Metropolitan Edison Company, cost $12,000. Emergency Squad buys 1.07 acres along Route 115 Easton Express across from Metropolitan Edison Company, cost $12,000. Forks Township abandons Flood Zoning Plan. Easton Express Mitman home. Easton Express

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Baptist church founded in 1866 is more than 100 Easton Express years old. 12th Street increases, so do residents, headaches. Easton Express Worse gas shortage is coming, stations to close for holidays. Run on gas heavy in area, only able to purchase $2 or $3 at a time. Worse gas shortage is coming, stations to close for holidays. Easton Area High School students might be barred form using their own cars to come to school. Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express

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May 2

1973

Former president and chairman of Alpha Portland Easton Express Cement Company - obituary. Colonial home in Phillipsburg, N.J. has been placed Easton Express on the National Register of Historic Places. It is to be the home of the Phillipsburg Historical Society. Inmate says center is a place to learn about responsibility. Glendon Center permit contested. Easton Express Easton Express

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April 27

1973

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June 16 May 3

1973 1973

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Gracedale - Addition Gracedale - Fee Grifo, Richard D.

Nov. 6 Jan. 17 May 16

1973 1973 1973

New, 400 bed addition costing $9.25 million to be Easton Express completed in fall of 1974., Daily rate increased form $11 to $14 a day. Easton Express Budget costs outlined for the year. Judge Richard D. and wife Lee Crifo. Account of Easton Express their activities also campaigning for office. Judge Richard D. and wife Lee Crifo. Account of their activities also campaigning for office. Judge Richard D. and wife Lee Crifo. Account of their activities also campaigning for office. Easton Express

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Nov. 2

1973

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Guttmacher, Dr. Alan F.

April 27

1973

President of Planned Parenthood Federation, Inc., Easton Express speaks at Lafayette College. Old house of Drakestown Road erected in 1828 and former Pony Express Stop, now owned by Frank Harvey, novelist. 120 year old bridge at Hampton over Railroad Avenue for sale. Brief history. Harmony Presbyterian Church started in 1807. A non-profit corporation endorsed by Episcopal Diocese of Newark for the elderly. Located on Schooley Mountain Road, southeast of Hackettstown, an account of its facilities. Nature lovers and bikers mistreat the land. Barriers are planned and rules to be enforced. Almost 500 persons walked through Henry's Woods. Conducted by Jacobsburg Historical Society. Easton Express

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Hackettstown, N.J - Historic Homes Hampton, N.J. - Bridge Harmony, N.J. - Churches Heath Village

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Henry's Woods Henry's Woods Henry's Woods

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Herster, Andrew Horses

July 26 Sept. 28

1973 1973

Herster, Andrew, Northampton County solicitor. Easton Express Sketch of his career. Monroe County. 1890 ordinance violated by Karen Easton Express McCarthy, 16 year old girl for riding her horse on the sidewalk in East Stroudsburg. Bushkill House, 7th & Spring Garden Streets - 48 units, cost $1.2 million. $20,000 community building and recreation area designed by architect, Robert Yeager. Explained to Delaware Terrace Improvement Association (DTIA). Apartment complex of 96 units to be built on site of former brickyard at Sampson & Grant Sts. Site vacant since Zehinder's Brickyard ceased working in early 30's. Task force created to survey housing problems in Easton. Easton Express staff writer, John Bonnell writes. Task force created to survey housing problems in Easton. Easton Express staff writer, John Bonnell writes. Task force created to survey housing problems in Easton. Easton Express staff writer, John Bonnell writes. Easton sells 30 acres in Southeast portion of Easton to Benjamin Contractors. Will construct $16 million townhouse development "The Highlands." Paid $2,000 an acre. Easton Express Easton Express

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Housing - Bushkill House Housing - Delaware Terrace Project

July 23 March 15

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Jan. 20

1973

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Jan. 25

1973

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Hugh Moore Parkway

Nov. 29

1973

Parkway plan released showing potential Easton Express significance for the entire lower Lehigh River area.

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Hugh Moore Parkway

Oct. 17

1973

Parkway plan released showing potential Easton Express significance for the entire lower Lehigh River area. Hugh Moore Parkway sponsors an archaeological Easton Express dig on site of old iron company. Artist Walter Chandoha, an account of his Easton Express photographic art. Colonial Reformed Church on Stanton Mountain, Easton Express Stanton founded in 1833. Trenchard, Thomas Whitetaker, justice of Easton Express Hunterdon County, N.J. who presided at Lindbergh kidnapping case. Portrait presented to County Court, painted by Robert Burns. New library and municipal building dedicated. Clock restored on west side of Hall. Wood facing was built by Eisenhardt Mills, Inc. of Forks Township. East Indian Festival "Saraswati Puga" held at Epworth United Methodist Church, Bethlehem Township. International Ladies Garment Workers of Easton picket local office. "Irish Eyes are Smiling" Composer George Graff lived in Stroudsburg, died. Projects of preservation: Tannery. Projects of preservation: Benade House. Projects of preservation: Henry's Woods Walk. Easton Express Easton Express

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Hugh Moore Parkway Archaeological Dig

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1973

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Hunterdon County, N.J. - Public June 11 Buildings Independence Hall, Philadelphia Feb. 10

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Feb. 12

1973

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International Ladies Garment Workers of Easton Irish Eyes are Smiling Jacobsburg - Historical Society Jacobsburg - Historical Society Jacobsburg - Historical Society

June 28 Jan. 25 Aug. 18 Jan. 19 Oct. 6

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Jacobsburg - State Park

Nov. 26

1973

Jenny Jump State Forest Jewish Community Center Jewish Community Center

June 21 Aug. 6 May 7

1973 1973 1973

The controversy over state plans to build a dam Easton Express on Bushkill Creek and create a recreational lake is causing some criticism at Harrisburg in the various departments. 966 acre state parks in Warren County, N.J., Easton Express between Hope and Great Meadows. Cabins gift of Jack Sher in memory of his daughter. Easton Express Plaque commemorating Israel's 25th Anniversary Easton Express presented to people of Easton by Jewish Community Council. B'Nai Abraham Synagogue. Mrs. Robert Seigel, Easton Express first woman president of the Easton Synagogue. Jews-Israel Emergency Fund. 200 people met in Temple Covenant of Peach-heard a brief religious service and pledged donations of almost $73,000 in cash. Jews-Israel Emergency Fund. 200 people met in Temple Covenant of Peach-heard a brief religious service and pledged donations of almost $73,000 in cash. Obit. $35-45 million Kirby estate to remain in family control. Kreskin, the mentalist expert entertains at the Northampton County Community College. Easton Express

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Jews

July 13

1973

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Oct. 11

1973

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Oct. 12

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Kirby, Allen Price Kirby, Allen Price Kreskin

May 2 May 24 Oct. 20

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Lafayette College - Blacks Lafayette College - Blacks

Feb. 12 Nov. 21

1973 1973

Black Festival Week held at Lafayette College for 8 Easton Express days. Association of Black Collegians at Lafayette Easton Express College is running a supplemental educational program called "Black Children Can."

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April 20 April 4

1973 1973

Fire at Phi Gamma Delta House touches off Easton Express dispute with local fire department. Blaze destroys Phi Gamma Delta fraternity house. Easton Express 2 1/2 story house, housing 27 students. Alumni Memorial gym drew names on 1924 opening. Newly dedicated dormitory is named Jeannette Kittredge Watson Courts. Fieldhouse takes shape at Lafayette. Easton Express Easton Express Express

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The fieldhouse is a dream come true. Article by S. Express Parnell Lewis. The fieldhouse is dedicated. Express The fieldhouse is a dream come true. Article by S. Express Parnell Lewis. Lafayette College honors Mrs. Harvey F. Mack and Easton Express unveils plaque in Kirby Field House which is in honor of her husband, Harvey F. Mack, late president of Mack Printing Co. Association of Black Collegians at Lafayette College running a supplemental educational program call "Black Children Can." Obituary of Allan P. Kirby, trustee of Lafayette College. Author Ashley Montagu speaks at Lafayette College. Norman Mailer speaking at Lafayette College for Stephen Crane Society. Wants to spy on CIA, FBI. Williams walk draws 300 in opposition to landfill site. Easton Express

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Nov. 21

1973

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Lafayette College - Trustees Lafayette College - Visitors Lafayette College - Visitors

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April 30

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June 7

1973

Planning engineers of Joint Planning Commission say the site in Williams Township is practical. Esaton outlines plans for Williams Township landfill. Easton outlines plans for Williams Township landfill. Landfill controversy awaits decision by Judge Williams. Easton requests land area in Williams Township. Landfill controversy awaits decision by Judge Williams. Easton requests land area in Williams Township. Landfill controversy awaits decision by Judge Williams. Easton requests land area in Williams Township. Easton outlines plans for Williams Township landfill. Hugh Moore Parkway Commission starts reconstruction of the Lehigh Canal. A new chain dam near Glendon nears completion. Took 1 1/2 years to build . $16,000. College of Engineering to be renamed College of Engineering and Physical Sciences on January 1, 1974. Railroad seeks bankruptcy approval. Railroad seeks bankruptcy approval. Railroad seeks bankruptcy approval.

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Lehigh University

Dec. 14

1973

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Lehigh Valley Railroad Bankruptcy Lehigh Valley Railroad Bankruptcy Lehigh Valley Railroad Bankruptcy

June 7 June 8 June 9

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Lehigh Valley Railroad Bankruptcy

March 7

1973

Lehigh Valley Railroad - Freight

July 3

1973

Lehigh Valley Railroad - History May 30

1973

Lindbergh, Charles

May 2

1973

The bankrupt railroad asked a federal court yesterday (March 6) for permission to cease its operation October 1. Brief history and present operation. Lehigh Valley Railroad to close Richards freight yard near Easton and transfer train crews to Allentown. Decline of railroad. An account of the Valley plight. Also account of the Black Diamond Article by Express reporter, John B. Bonnell. Portrait of Thomas Whiteaker Trenchard, justice of Hunterdon County, NJ, who presided at Lindbergh kidnapping case, was presented to County Court. Painted by Robert Burns. "No loafing" signs decorate windows of homes and businesses along Northampton Street from 10th to 13th Streets. Foes of the Rt. 611 beautification plan object to county commissioners for an onsite inspection of their land. Wild life sanctuary in Williams Township. St. Rocco's Roman Church, Martin's Creek, to have exterior renovations. Zion United Church, Lutheran of Brodheadsville organized April 1, 1856. 1890 ordinance violated by Karen McCarthy, 16 year old girl for riding her horse on the sidewalk in East Stroudsburg. Gift of 118 acre in Lower Nazareth and Bethlehem Townships to be developed as a part.

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Aug. 18

1973

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June 21 Sept. 15

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Monroe County, Pa. - Churches July 7 Monroe County, Pa. Ordinances Moore, Hugh Sept. 28

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Nov. 20

1973

Gift of 118 acre in Lower Nazareth and Bethlehem Easton Express Townships to be developed as a part. Gift of 118 acre in Lower Nazareth and Bethlehem Easton Express Townships to be developed as a part. To tour County Prison on January 23, 1973. To tour County Prison on January 23, 1973. To tour County Prison on January 23, 1973. Giuseppe Billone found two monster mushrooms in Bushkill Township. Weight 7 lbs. 3 oz. apiece. A study to determine the feasibility of a music performing center for the Lehigh Valley to begin early next year. Charges of racistism against Patrolman Anthony Capellano. State Dept. of Justice and Human Relations to investigate. Charges of racistism against Patrolman Anthony Capellano. State Dept. of Justice and Human Relations to investigate. National Association for Advancement of Colored People. Gives life membership to Easton attorney, Normal Seidel. Brief history of NAACP. Miss Ruth L. Leh resigns as librarian. Served 18 years. Bid of $300,000 rejected as bid for Nazareth National Speedway which had gone into bankruptcy. Three Bridges Reformed Church to celebrate 100th anniversary. Dedicated. Second largest lake in eastern Pa. Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express

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1973

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Music Center Study

Nov. 14

1973

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NAACP

Aug. 15

1973

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Feb. 12

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NAACP - History Nazareth, Pa. - Library Nazareth, Pa. - Speedway

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New Jersey - Churches Nockamixon Dam

June 30 Dec. 8

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North. Co. Country Clubs

March 5

1973

North. Co. Hist. Society Exhibits Northampton Co., PA Commissioners Northampton Co., PA - Judges

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Northampton Co., PA - Prison Budget Northampton Co., PA - Prison Budget Northampton Co., PA - Prison Budget

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Nov. 9 Dec. 12 Jan. 11 April 5

1973 1973 1973 1973

Wolfe, Herman. Obit. Ex-manager of Northampton County Club 1937-1747 also owned Swiss Shop 1947-1959. Wood carving by Noah Weis and Frederick Faber on exhibition. Government Study Commission to propose that County commissioners be replaced by an elected County executive and council Retired County judge Carleton Woodring (20 years of service) honored by unveiling of his portrait in courtroom No. 2 Retired County judge Carleton Woodring (20 years of service) honored by unveiling of his portrait in courtroom No. 2 Prison Board agrees to raise rent of out-of-County inmates Prison Board agrees to raise rent of out-of-County inmates County commissioners voted to notify the County's prison to stop planning for a $260,000 renovation to improve work release program. Also a realistic charge for prisoners from other counties be made from $9. to a possible cost of $20 per day Prison Board agrees to raise rent of out-of-County inmates Prison inmates have their 25th annual Christmas party Inmates for past 2 years volunteered to test the effects of drugs on the human body Rehabilitation of prisoners at Glendon Rehabilitation Center opposed by residents

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Aug. 24

1973

Deadline extension for closing approved by the Glendon Borough Glendon Rehabilitation Center inmates are accused of abuse Backers unsure of next move. Northampton County Court revoked ruling on zoning Rehabilitation Center at Glendon closes its door

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Jan. 4

1973

Causa Convalescent Home, 829 Northampton St. to close. Unable to meet new state regulation. Patients to be moved to the new Northampton Convalescent Center at South 5th & Washington Sts. Which is to be managed by Jack Causa.

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Colonial Methodist Church -- its history. Easton Express Pa. Legislator from Bethlehem Township, obituary. Easton Express Outlines development goals. Nicholas Bartolacci, mail carrier is also a talented artist. Phasing out its fire activities. To build a new structure and to go into banquet business. Suburban Rescue Squad of Palmer Township. Palmer Township officials honor squad. Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express

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Jan. 10 Nov. 29 Aug. 11 June 16 April 19

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Loses fight for traffic light on Route 248 at Easton Express intersection of Lawnhurst. Zoners approve condominium on Hackett Avenue. Easton Express Easton City Council to enforce overnight commercial truck parking on city streets. Grace United Methodist Church. Brief history. Easton Express Easton Express

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Dec. 15 Jan. 13

1973 1973

Four high schools challenge the N.J. Constitution Easton Express by announcing the candidates for N.J. legislative seats. Grace Lutheran Church. Brief history. EaSTON Express St. James Lutheran Church (Straw Church) located Easton Express in Pohatcong Township, N.J. - a brief history. 6 congregations hold week-long ecumenical observance. Easton Express

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June 29

1973

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1973

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Sept. 29

1973

Oct. 27

1973

Sts. Philip and James Roman Catholic Church rededicated and officially entered its second century of service to Catholics of the Phillipsburg area. St. Luke's Episcopal Church is 117 years old. Grace Baptist Church, 2 months old, located on South Main Street near Sitgreaves Street. Christian and Missionary Gospel Tabernacle. Brief history. Italian American Social Club observes 40th anniversary. Gess House, oldest house in Phillipsburg, needs to be preserved. Gess House, oldest house in Phillipsburg, needs to be preserved. Library observes 50th anniversary. Jaycees planned and dedicated Veterans Band Shell in Park. The Phillipsburg Community Development Program to build a "vest-pocket" park on Brainard Street. New uniforms for all policewomen and policemen. First change in style in 25 years. New Middle School dedicated to Miss Lillian Houser, retired assistant to the superintendent of schools. New Middle School dedicated to Miss Lillian Houser, retired assistant to the superintendent of schools. Egg salad linked to food poisoning, said N.J. Dept. of Health. Kro-Tron food service catering food to schools. St. Peter's Evangelical Lutheran Church plans service to mark 168th year.

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May 22

1973

Karl Wallenda, the Great Wallenda, walked 700 ft. Easton Express on strand of wire strung across Pocono Downs. Bob Hope entertains audience of 3,000. Promoters disappointed in turnout. Northampton County District attorney Charles Spaziani said that the enforcement of new guidelines governing pornography law enforcement officials should "use just good old common horse sense." Mansfield Baptist Church to celebrate 131st anniversary. Youth correction center at Annandale, NJ has uprisings of inmates - 41 persons hurt. Final approval given to Welfare building - a 2 story building on Riverside Drive. Easton Express contest awards Frederic Hunt, East Bangor, first prize for the largest pumpkin 94 1/2 lbs. Wedding. Susan Dreisbach and Roger C. Williams. Wrote their own vows. Couple combined their surnames. Iron horse revives America's past. About 1,000 persons rode on the 23 car excursion. Trip from Hoboken, N.J. to Binghapton, N.Y. Stopped at East Stroudsburg to take on water. Easton Express Easton Express

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May 29

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Raubsville, Pa. - Post Office Recreation - Recycling Project

June 19 July 16

1973 1973

Residents oppose the closing of the post office Easton Express branch. Apathy closes recycling center in Easton. Raymond Easton Express Baurkat, beer distributor, had been the collection agency since September 1971.

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Reeves, Orion Reeves, Orion

July 19 Nov. 10

1973 1973

Community and Kiwanis honor "Okie" Reeves. Nicknamed 'Okie' former mayor of Easton 1956 to 1960 and teacher in Easton School District. Obituary. Honored by Easton Forest 35, Tall Cedars of Lebanon. Glendon files zoning charges against the prison rehabilitation center at 7 High Street which opened last fall. Glendon Center maeks prisoners feel human.

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Reibman, Jeanette Revenue Sharing Riegelsville, Pa. - Banks Riegelsville, Pa. - Churches

Jan. 9 April 17 Dec. 6 April 7

1973 1973 1973 1973

Edward Reibman sworn in as member of Bar of Easton Express Northampton County. 2nd son of the family to be admitted. Mother Jeanette Reibman is a Pa. Senator. Name proposed for post of Senate majority whip. Easton Express Easton receives $136,574. Other areas of Northampton, Bucks, and Monroe are listed. Girard Bank of Riegelsville robbed of $10,000. Restaurant converted to a church. Nondemoninational Church of Christ starts services April 29, at the former Winter's Restaurant on Route 611 between Raubsville and Riegelsville. Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express

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Aug. 28

1973

School taxes affecting property owners increased Easton Express from 81 to 97.2 mills for 1973-1974 school year.

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Jan. 6

1973

Property owners no longer have to help support two community colleges - one in Bucks County & one in Northampton County. Law now rules that tax payers need only support Northampton County Area Community College.

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Riegelsville, Pa. - Taxation

July 7

1973

School taxes affecting property owners increased Easton Express from 81 to 97.2 mills for 1973-1974 school year. Organization to sue Easton School Board because Easton Express of a tax inequity affecting Riegelsville. Easton Area School Board agrees to lower Easton Express Riegelsville school tax. 15 miles of Interstate Route 80 between Netcong Easton Express and Hope opened on July 13, 1973. The removal of road signs from the Easton area Easton Express for Route 115 causes businessman of the Forks area to be concerned as business dropped off. Beautification of 611 opposed by residents. Association called LOLA formed, means Leave Our Land Alone Association. Beautification of 611 opposed by residents. Association called LOLA formed, means Leave Our Land Alone Association. Beautification would involve 81 sites. Beautification of 611 opposed by residents. Association called LOLA formed, means Leave Our Land Alone Association. Beautification of 611 opposed by residents. Association called LOLA formed, means Leave Our Land Alone Association. Beautification would involve 81 sites. Easton Express

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Beautification would involve 81 sites. Beautification would involve 81 sites. Beautification opponents adopt the name Lola meaning Leave Our Lands Alone Association. Beautification opponents adopt the name Lola meaning Leave Our Lands Alone Association. Beautification opponents adopt the name Lola meaning Leave Our Lands Alone Association. Beautification opponents adopt the name Lola meaning Leave Our Lands Alone Association. Chairman of the Pa. Liquor Control Board said he did not tamper with the files. Chairman of the Pa. Liquor Control Board said he did not tamper with the files. Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Church. History of the church and its annual festival. Presbyterian Church of Roseto to continue as the Roseto Independent Church. Brief history.

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Saylorsburg, Pa. - Hotels Schools - Students Schools - Students

July 10 May 18 Oct. 18

1973 1973 1973

Ye Olde Saylor's Inn forced to close. Easton Express EAHS 11th grade holds picnic typical of the 1880's. Easton Express Sewall, Douglas. EHS graduate, victim of kidnew disease. Had received kidnew dialysis machine through first varsity E Kidney Fund Drive. Obituary. Dr. Fitzsimmons' resignation accepted by board although some members not willing to accept it. Easton Express

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April 14, 16 1973 & 17

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April 6

1973

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1973

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March 7 May 25

1973 1973

Sewerage Snyder, Herbert Soap Box Derby

Oct. 25, 26 1973 Nov. 12 July 23 1973 1973

Easton Area School district superintendent Dr. Warren B. Fitzsimmons' resignation accepted by board - although some members not willing to accept it. Individualization is goal of Dr. C. Meade Beers, new superintendent. Individualization is the goal of C. Meade Beers, new superintendent. Phillip J. Spaziani elected to post of Director of Secondary Education. Phillip J. Spaziani, principal since 1963, to be recommended for Director of Secondary Education. Winters, Robert H., appointed as director of Elementary Education at starting salary of $ 16, 000. Vo-Tech school - variety of subjects taught. Students of horticulture plant flowers on Civil War Veterans' graves in Easton Cemetery in observance of Memorial Day. Series of articles by Easton Express Reporter, Edward P. Kennedy. Honored for his work in ProJeCt. Brian Happel, age 12, of Bangor wins the annual Forks of the Delaware Soap Box Derby.

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South Side Neighborhood Center South Side Neighborhood Center

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1973

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1973

New office equipment received and renovations Easton Argus of building completed. All volunteer help including county prisoners. New office equipment received and renovations Easton Express of building completed. All volunteer help including county prisoners.

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1973

Oct. 31 June 25

1973 1973

New office equipment received and renovations Easton Express of building completed. All volunteer help including county prisoners. To build a new shelter - cost $93,500. Brief Easton Express description of its work and financial set up. Spruce Run Reservoir Recreation Area, Union Easton Express Township, near Clinton - account of its facilities. United Methodist Church is 185 years old. First Baptist Church, brief history. Dedicated, and plaque erected. Designated as a Registered Natural Landmark. Dedicated, and plaque erected. Designated as a Registered Natural Landmark. B'nai Abraham Synagogue located at 1600 Bushkull Street to celebrate 8th year of its dedication. St. Peter's Reformed United Church of Christ marks 70th anniversary. Easton plans to enforce business tax. Old tea cup purchased at auction by John Cassidy. Story of the historic event. Closed circuit television now available to subscribers. Rabbi Alexander Feinsilver will give his last service Friday, June 22, at Temple Covenant of Peace. Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express

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Tatamy, Pa. - Churches Taxation - 1973 Tea Party Television - Channel 100 Temples - Temple Covenant of Peace Tightrope Walk

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May 22

1973

Karl Wallenda, the Great Wallenda, walked 700 ft. Easton Express on strand of wire strung across Pocono Downs. Account of the activities on its 1,420 acres, employes 3200. Squatters are ejected from Welfare Office at Stroudsburg. Easton Express Easton Express

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Trees Truckers' Strike

Nov. 3 Dec. 12 & 13 Dec. 13

1973 1973

Tree disease plagues area of Phillipsburg. Truckers set to park rigs at midnight on I-80 as a gesture on a 48-hour nationwide truck stoppage. Truckers in Pa. kill engines in protest. Block fuel pumps at truck stop at Pocono Truck Plaza at Bartonsville. Truckers set to park rigs at midnight on I-80 as a gesture on a 48-hour nationwide truck stoppage. N.J., Pa. roads opened but truckers still causing problems around Bartonsville in Monroe County.

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Dec. 5 & 6 1973

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Dec. 11

1973

Study urges merger of Valley United Funds, a Easton Express single unit is recommended, a professional study. Study urges merger of Valley United Funds, a Easton Express single unit is recommended, a professional study. Originated in 1969. Provides essential services to 5 agencies. Roman Catholic priests object to Planned Parenthood to receive benefits. Provides essential services to 5 agencies. Roman Catholic priests object to Planned Parenthood to receive benefits. Provides essential services to 5 agencies. Roman Catholic priests object to Planned Parenthood to receive benefits. Karl Wallenda, the Great Wallenda, walked 700 feet on strand of wire strung across Pocono Downs. Easton Express Easton Express

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1973

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1973

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Warren County, New Jersey Churches Warren County, New Jersey Library Warren Hospital - Volunteers Washington, N.J. - Churches Washington, N.J. - Churches Water - Authority Water - Rates WEEX

Sept. 1

1973

Janes Chapel Methodist Church in Tounsbury will have homecoming Sunday. Brief history. Warren County library moves to new quarters, county courthouse annex. 200 volunteers and auxiliary workers honored. Alliance church - an account of its history and activities. Assembly of God Church. Suburban Water Authority head Home E. Litsinger retires. Easton City Council to increase water rates 10%90%. WEEX, Radio station, to construct 1,850 square ft. addition to present station on top of Chestnut Ridge in Forks Township. Author of children's novels lives in Easton. Article by Express reporter on author's creative ability. Red Cross directs welfare aid to those who welfare checks are held-up due to the Pa. Budget stall. Food available at Easton Church. St. John's accepting gifts of food, cash. Food available at Easton Church. St. John's accepting gifts of food, cash. Former Easton insurance sale new faith healer. Connected with Faith Center, Glendale, Cal. Located 1650 Broadway built in 1895. Houses disturbed children, an account of its activities.

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1973

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July 3, 9

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March 19

1973

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Williams Township - Churches Wilson Borough - Officials

June 23 Jan. 9

1973 1973

St. John's Lutheran Church, Morgan Hill Road, to Easton Express mark 125th anniversary. Miss Judith Ann Lerch named to wilson Council to Easton Express fill vacancy created by the death of Edward Golden. She is the first woman to sit in Council. Young, Frank, W. Obit. First mayor of Wilson Borough. Vandalism on school buses discussed by school board. Students ask for parking lot. Closes dormitory. Cites client trouble. Established. Haven for women with problems. Center to open at Y.W.C.A. Radar system dedicated - $1 million system. Radar system dedicated - $1 million system. Catholics plan observance of "Black Monday" as protest to abortion law. Obituary for Northampton County farm agent, B. L. "Buff" Coleman was agent for 31 years. Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express

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Wilson Borough - Officials Wilson Borough School Vandalism Wilson High School - Students Y.M.C.A. - History Y.W.C.A. - Women's Center Y.W.C.A. - Women's Center A.B.E. Airport A.B.E. Airport Abortion Agriculture

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Nov. 5 Aug. 24

1974 1974

Martin Everett, Sr. of Palmer Township, is building Easton Express his own airplane from scratch. Darold Hemphill, Lehigh Valley, and pilot, crashed Easton Express into home in Catasaqua and killed two boys. French tightrope daredevil, Phillippe Petit walks Easton Express across Hamilton Street. Barred exit at Caboose Tavern did not violate fire Easton Express prevention and building codes, because it contained less than 1225 Square feet.

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Nov. 1

1974

Caboose Bar fire set by Earnest Burton, Jr. Eight persons killed. No fire exits. St. John the Baptist Russian Orthodox Church History. Alpha school board vetoes merger with Phillipsburg area school system. Mrs. Ethel Powell, local artist of Williams Township, to have art show at Community Art League. Commercial artist, Barry Jones helps to promote and preserve local history by contributing his talent to Jacobsburg Historical Society.

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July 30 June 15

1974 1974

Ranken Pontiac Agency moves to new location at Easton Express 25th Street Shopping Center. Brown - Daub, Inc., merges with Solt Chevrolet in Easton Express nazareth. Named Solt Chevrolet Oldsmobile, Inc. Roseto holds 5th annual antique automobile show. Auto show held at Palmer Park Mall, June 24 June 30 Schaible's Bakery of Wilson Borough sold to Maier's Bakery of Reading, PA. History of the company. East Bangor United Methodist Church to observe 110th anniversary in October 1975. Bangor Methodist Church to mark 130th birthday. Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express

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May 21, 1974. March 26 April 4

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Elk's Club, which was gutted by fire, will rebuild. Former Mayor, Willis R. Jordan, dies at age 91.

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The Raymond Baurkot building at So. Sitgreaves is Easton Express near completion. It will house the Dept. of Public Assistance offices. Description of interior. Former music teacher in Easton schools is busy at Easton Express age 88. Miss Lehigh Valley of 1974, Miss Enid Hazuda, of Easton Express Palmer Township, tells of her hobbies and ambition. Beer prices rising, distributors report, due to Easton Express higher cost of packaging material. Fear that wage and price controls will be instituted after Jan. 1. Wesley United Methodist Church of Belfast is observing its 100th anniversary. Classes to be held at YWCA by Cindy Stroble. Veryb popular. Miller's Height - Wilson School to be closed and students bused to Bethlehem. Parents protest. Parents oppose the closing of Miller Heights schools (Wilson). To honor oldest resident at its Heritage Day Festival on July 27. Former Township Treasurer fails to settle 1973 accounts. William J. Lucas owes $2,500 since leaving office. Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express

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Jan. 22

1974

A 144 acre tract of farmland spanning both sides Easton Express of William Penn Highway, in the heart of Bethlehem Township, sold to Joseph Scherman for $525,000, to build a housing development. Some resedents of Palmer, who live near Bethlehem-Palmer Township border, may find they are not in the municipality they always thought they were in. Miller's Heights - Wilson School to be closed and students bused to Bethlehem. Parents protest. Easton Express

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March 1, 1974 May 30, 1974

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Bethlehem historical film, "City in the Wilderness", Easton Express was produced and directed by Lou Stoumer, a Bethlehem native, now living in Los Angeles. Express General Editor, Donald O. Henry has the part of the narrator. Cecil Lipkin, of Easton, plays the role o University Club of Bethlehem-a gentleman's club. Easton Express Restoration of 18th century Moravian industrial area under way. Northampton County Bicentennial Committee plans as a major part of its program to publish 10 historical volumes on various aspects of county history. Committee revises contest. Peter K. Koch is elected chairman of the Easton Area Bicentennial Commission. Seal design selected by Easton Area Bicentennial committee. Winner is Keith Hahn, a junior at Nazareth Area High School. Easton Express Easton Express

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Dec. 23

1974

Seal design selected by Easton Area Becentennial Express committee. Winner is Keith Hahn, a junior at Nazareth Area High School. About 140 area persons take part in bird census of Easton Express the area. About 83 species spotted. An account of the operation of the Miller Memorial Blood Center in Bethlehem. Lehigh Valley Blue Cross says it may have to cease operation or drastically cut benefits. Speaker at graduation of Northampton County Area Community College Barry Jones draws sketches for Jacobsburg Historical Society. Only one left in Northampton County - Rt. 473 at Kreidersville, Allen Township. PA alleges improprieties by toll bridge director, William Johson. Used personnel and equipment and supplies for personal use. Chain Dam a Donkey bridge. Gains national recognition and is included in the National Registry of Historical Sites. A Buddhist monastery is located on Montana Mountain Road between Brass Castle and Montana. The 16-acre tract is called Freewood Acres Monastery. It was established in 1958. Spiritual leader is Rev. Geshe Wengyal. Easton Express Easton Express Express Easton Express Easton Express Express

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Blood Center Blue Cross Bond, Julian Boulton Gunworks Bridges, Covered Bridges, Delaware

July 30 Nov. 14 June 1 Nov. 1 May 18 Feb. 20

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Bridges, Lehigh

March 23

1974

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Buddhists

May 4

1974

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Burglary

Nov. 11

1974

James Strickland, brother of Robert V. Strickland Easton Express (shot by police), labels District Attorney Charles Spaziani's report as "poppycock." Spaziani cleared policemen of the shooting.

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Burglary

Nov. 21

1974

Two policeman, Harman and Crouse, charged with Easton Express falsefying death report on Robert V. Strickland. District Attorney clears Easton police in the Easton Express shooting of Strickland. Police kill burglary suspect. Twenty-five year old, Easton Express Robert W. Strickland, killed by patrolman, William Crouse. He was prime suspect in nearly 20 armed robberies in Easton-Phillipsburg area. Compromise is sought in dispute over location for Easton Express a midcity transfer station for local Lanta bus service. LANTA places first bus stop shelter in front of Express Municipal Building, Palmer Township, 3245 Freemansburg Ave. 50 more shelters to be placed. City planners reject proposal for Northampton Street bus sites LANTA cuts certain fares Kids, parents have fun at Bushkill Park Industrial Progress edition of Easton Express Lists many area firms; social, religious, and economic trends of the Valley. Northampton National Bank changes hands. Two Philadelphia industrialists purchased controlling interest : Raymond G. and Ronald O. Perelman, owners of Belmont Industries, Inc., of Philadelphia, and General Machine Co., of Emmaus. Northampton National Bank changes hands. Planners back the expansion of Lafayette Trust Bank. Express Express Easton Express Easton Express

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Nov. 7 Sept. 24

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Bus Terminals

Jan. 24

1974

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Bus Transportation

April 17

1974

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Bus Transportation Bus Transportation - Fares Bushkill Park Business

March 29 March 13 July 8 March 1

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Business - Banks

Aug. 2

1974

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Business - Banks Business - Banks

Aug. 7 Jan. 11

1974 1974

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Business - Banks Business - Banks Business - Banks Business - Banks Business - Banks Business - Banks

July 16 March 1 March 8 Nov. 13 Oct. 24 Sept. 11

1974 1974 1974 1974 1974 1974

Lafayette Trust Bank - new facilities on South 4th Street. Northampton National Bank to open bank in Palmer Township. Brief history of the bank. Northampton National Bank's Palmer Park Mall branch opens. Lafayette Bank branch at Butler St. and Freemansburg Ave Valley Federal Savings opens a "satellite" branch at the Sara Mills Gift Shop. Northampton National Bank denies illegal entry in the offices of the Penn. Communications Specialities of Freemansburg.

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Business - Banks

Sept. 25

1974

Northampton National Bank denies illegal entry in Easton Express the offices of the Penn. Communications Specialities of Freemansburg. Northampton National Bank denies illegal entry in Easton Express the offices of the Penn. Communications Specialities of Freemansburg. Northampton National Bank denies illegal entry in Easton Express the offices of the Penn. Communications Specialities of Freemansburg. Old time Phillipsburg blacksmith worked for Thomas A. Edison. Dean Carpet Company located on Memorial Parkway opens. A. Frederick Gerstell, grandson of the founder, resigned from Alpha Portland Cement. Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express

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Business - Banks

Sept. 3

1974

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Business - Banks

Sept. 4

1974

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Business - Blacksmiths Business - Carpets Business - Cement Industry

March 9 March 13 Dec. 27

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Business - Drugstores

April 11

1974

Alvin H. Kern, pharmacist, 82, to mark 60th Easton Express anniversary of the founding of Kern's Drug Store, located at 7th and Wood and Northampton Streets. Brief history. Store to go out of business. McGinley Mills, Phillipsburg, N.J. enlarged quarters Easton Express and remodeled departments. Walter Seip, Inc. now producing and marketing Easton Express snack foods for vending machines. Name is "Vend Div." Best Market, untenanted for years is an eyesore. Easton Express Food Lane store on St.John St. South Easton, Easton Express displays 1 ton cylinder of Wisconsin cheese. Mohican Market, Easton's only downtown grocery Easton Express store on South 4th Street is losing money, according to owner, Howard Falk. Business has been declining since 1971; store is serving only senior citizens of the area. Harry W. Ralph, furniture store owner, son of original owner. Dennis Gift House located at 1224 S. Main St. Home on corner of 2nd and Spring Garden Street, the residence of the Louis Reibman family for 60 years, now adapted to elegant hairdressing business by Mark Estell. Sheraton Inn. Article on services. Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express

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Business - Fabrics Business - Food Industry

Oct. 22 June 3

1974 1974

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Business - Food Stores Business - Food Stores Business - Food Stores

April 5 Feb. 23 May 22

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Business - Furniture Stores Business - Gift Stores Business - Hairdressers

Oct. 23 March 1 Nov. 12

1974 1974 1974

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Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc. Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc. Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc.

Aug. 31 Feb. 22 March 15

1974 1974 1974

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Circlon to reopen under management of Howard Easton Express Knuth of Cascade Lodge. Schelling, Robert, ex-Courthouse Hotel owner and Easton Express restaurant chef, obituary

Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc. Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc. Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc.

May 24 Nov. 4 Sept. 12

1974 1974 1974

McDonald's restaurant opens at South Third Street and Riverside Drive. Sheraton Inn. Formal opening. Sheraton Motor Inn. Manager named: David J. Greth, Bethlehem native. It is to open Oct. 15.

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Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc. Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc.

Sept. 26 Sept. 26

1974 1974

Jury convicts man of robbery at Terry's Tavern on Easton Express Oct. 20, 1972. Caboose Bar - Allentown tavern has firebombing - Easton Express 9 persons killed. Suspect, Ernest J. Burton, Jr., charged on 31 criminal counts. Caboose Bar - Allentown Tavern has firebombing - Easton Express 9 persons killed. Suspect, Ernest J. Burton, Jr., charged on 31 criminal counts. Ingersoll-Rand Co. buys Kutztown Foundry and Easton Express Machine Corporation of Kutztown, Pa. Connecticut General Life Insurance Co. located on Easton Express top floor of Valley Federal. Employs 50 people. Equitable Life Assurance Company to employ 250 Easton Express people. Obituary of Bernard M. Goodman Express Phillipsburg considers ban on drinking in public Express Phillipsburg considers ban on drinking in public William Eisenhardt of Forks Township makes generous offer of historic lumber and his expert skill for courthouse replica Express Express

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Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc.

Sept. 27

1974

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Business - Ingersoll-Rand Business - Insurance

Aug. 2 March 1

1974 1974

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Business - Insurance Business - Lawyers Business - Liquor Business - Liquor Business - Lumber trade

March 1 July 27 Aug. 21 Aug. 28 July 17

1974 1974 1974 1974 1974

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Business - Mack Printing Co.

May 11

1974

Business - Mack Printing Co.

May 3

1974

Business - Mack Printing Co.

May 4

1974

Business - Malls Business - Metal Products

Nov. 26 Oct. 31

1974 1974

Business - Milk

April 17

1974

Business - Milk

June 11

1974

Business - Milk

May 17

1974

John Wilson Mack, president, is named chairman of the board and succeeds Harold S. Hutchinson who recently retired. Harold Hutchinson, chairman, is honored at retirement. He joined firm in 1932. Mrs. Mack presents portrait. Harold Hutchinson, chairman, is honored at retirement. He joined firm in 1932. Mrs. Mack presents portrait. Mall plans for the Green Pond Mall hinge on Easton's sewage decision. Sobel Industries, Inc. plant in West Easton to phase out due to economic conditions of its market. Began as a metal products company more than 20 years ago, later shifting to making plastic products. Board of Directors of Lehigh Valley Cooperative Farmers, Inc., fire president Robert L. Allison. Company had contributed money to Nixon's reelection fund. Le Hi Dairy (Farmers' Cooperative) names new company head and plans a financial study. Recently, firm was convicted of an illegal contribution to President Nixon's 1972 reelection campaign. Former president of Lehigh Valley Cooperative Farmers, Allentown, PA, pleaded guilty to an illegal $50,000. corporate contribution to President Nixon's reelection campaign.

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Business - Milk

May 29

1974

Former president of Lehigh Valley Cooperative Farmers, Allentown, PA, pleaded guilty to an illegal $50,000. corporate contribution to President Nixon's reelection campaign.

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Business - Music & Musicians Business - Music & Musicians

Feb. 8 Jan. 16

1974 1974

Business - Music & Musicians

Nov. 12

1974

Frank McGinley and his career with various Express orchestras for a period of 60 years. Wilson Borough Rush family are outstanding Express accordionists. Have studio, marquetry hobby of Worman Rush. Dr. Henry Kowitz's jazz groups honor him by Express memorial performance at Community Art League. Optical company "For Eyes", located at 418 Northampton St., opens for business. Obituary of Dr. C. Leslie Hudson, optometrist of Delaware Park, NJ A and D Tile and Paint Up, Inc. has new quarters at 432 Northampton St. Account of products and history of St. Regis Paper Co., Nazareth Obituary of founder, William H. Noble Delays plans for a new synthetic red iron oxide plant on the Easton property. Reason is the uncertain economy. Herbert Snyder, owner of Jack and Jill Studio, photographed many children in the last 23 years. Express Express Express Express Express Express

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Business - Optical Companies Business - Optometrists Business - Paint Industry & Trade Business - Paper Industry

June 10 June 27 June 1 June 10

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Business - Pennsylvania Pump & April 22 Compressor Co. Business - Pfizer & Co. Nov. 1

Business - Photography

Sept. 9

1974

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Business - Plumbing

March 9

1974

Business - Printing

Sept. 27

1974

Lehigh Valley Supply Co., plumbing and heating Express firm, founded in 1918. Purchased by Raub Supply Co. of Lancaster, PA. Obituary of Paul M. Hagenbuch, president of Express Hobson Printing Co.

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Business - Quarries

Dec. 12

1974

Business - Quarries

Dec. 17

1974

Business - Quarries

Feb. 8

1974

Business - Real Estate Business - Riegel Paper Co. Business - Roofing Trade

March 19 March 1 March 1

1974 1974 1974

Old C. K. Williams quarry on Route 611 destined to become a geologic park. Quarry dates back to 1856. Old C. K. Williams quarry on Route 611 destined to become a geologic park. Quarry dates back to 1856. Old C. K. Williams quarry on Route 611 destined to become a geologic park. Quarry dates back to 1856. All-World Travel Agency opens in Forks Township on Route 115 Brief history of Riegel Products Corp., Milford, NJ

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Business - Schiffer's Fabric Store Dec. 14

1974

Business - Shopping Malls

Aug. 27

1974

Henry J. Schultz & Son, roofing contractors, move Express from 266 W. St. Joseph St., to new site on Canal St. Business started in 1948 and was located at 428 Easton Express Northampton St. Moved to 218 Northampton St., then gutted by fire. Lower Nazareth Mall (Whitfield Mall) adds 60-acre Express tract. Purchased from Laubach family. Had been first owned by Thomas Penn. Proposed Whitfield Mall to cost $40 million. Express Located in area of Route 33 and 248 in Palmer and Lower Nazareth Township. Begin in spring. Proposed Whitfield Mall to cost $40 million. Express Located in area of Route 33 and 248 in Palmer and Lower Nazareth Township. Begin in spring.

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Jan. 16

1974

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Business - Shopping Malls

Jan. 17

1974

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Business - Shopping Malls

May 9

1974

Lower Nazareth Mall (Whitfield Mall) adds 60-acre Express tract. Purchased from Laubach family. Had been first owned by Thomas Penn. Hillcrest Mall hires guards and security personnel Express to watch the 19-acre parking lot Mall plans for the Green Pond Mall hinge on Express Easton's sewage decision. Brief history of firm Express Yellow Cab Company files boost in rate due to incrase in price of gasoline Residents celebrated 128-year heritage Governor of New Jersey canoes down Delaware River to see Tocks Island Vandals systematically tear down the work on the restoration on the canal locks Restoration of locks proposed by Hugh Moore Parkway.Contract awarded to William B. Eisenhardt, who subcontracted lock gate repairs to Gordon K. Morris. Peace Candle lighting curtailed due to energy crisis. Mrs. Ann Doran, past regent of Catholic Daughters of America, Court 358, sews for Catholic missions. Alpha, NJ, Borough Council adopts ordinance requiring that cats be licensed. 88 year old abandoned passenger station destroyed by fire. Located at South 4th and Washington Streets. Express Easton Express Easton Express Express Express

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Business - Shopping Malls Business - Shopping Malls Business - SI Handling Systems Inc. Business - Taxicabs Butztown, PA Byrne Canals and canaling restoration Canals and canaling restoration

Nov. 20 Nov. 7 March 1 Jan. 28 July 29 Aug. 21 Nov. 4 Nov. 4

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Candle (Centre Square) Catholics

Nov. 4 May 11

1974 1974

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Cats Central Railroad - Depot

July 8 Aug. 16

1974 1974

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Central Railroad - Routes

May 16

1974

Centre Square Centre Square

July 27 June 25

1974 1974

New rail service recalls past. Central Railroad of Easton Express N.J. resumes passenger service between Phillipsburg and Newark. Brief history of railroading since 1852. Historic Mall proposed for Centre Square Express Brief history and description by Roscoe Laurence, Express under byline "Do You Remember?" Circle benches are a haven to the old-timers New building on S. Fourth Street dedicated on May 20, 1974 Northampton County voters to weigh charter study at Tuesday's election Food Lane store on St. John St., South Easton, displays 1-ton cylinder of Wisconsin cheese. New director selected: Michael H. Danyczek Auxiliary of the Home to conduct an auction for benefit of the Home Brief history of Asbury Methodist church. Shiloh Baptist Church receives $4,000 grant made by a national Presbyterian fund to the church to boost the congregation's efforts to build a new church. First Baptist Church, Easton, PA. Brief history. Express Easton Express Express Express

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Centre Square May 7 Chamber of Commerce, Easton May 20 Charter Study Commission, Easton Cheese May 18 Feb. 23

1974 1974 1974 1974

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Children's Home, Easton Children's Home, Easton Churches - Asbury, NJ Churches - Baptist

June 12 Oct. 4 July 20 Jan. 19

1974 1974 1974 1974

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Churches - Baptist Churches - Baptist

March 23 May 30

1974 1974

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Churches - Episcopal

July 27

1974

St. Marks and Shiloh Baptist have a spring fair on Easton Express parking lot at St. Marks. Proceeds to go for the new Shiloh Church. Former church was demolished to make room for a South Side urban renewal project. Trinity Episcopal Church of Easton, founded in Easton Express 1819. Brief history.

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Churches - Lutheran - St. Peter's Aug. 24 Churches - Mennonite June 15

1974 1974

St. Peter's Lutheran Church - brief history. Beulah Bible Fellowship Church (formerly called Mennonite Brethren in Christ). Located at 12th and Spruce St. Brief history of the 25-year growth of Palmer Township Community Moravian Church

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Churches - Moravian

April 20

1974

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Churches - Nazarene

Feb. 2

1974

Church of the Nazarene, 12th & Spring Garden St., Express was dedicated in 1948 but congregation was formed Oct. 25, 1931. An account of its history. History of Grace United Church of Christ of College Hill Christ Evangelical Lutheran Church at Stone Church observes 200th anniversary. Easton Lutheran Church, 4th & Ferry Streets, installs a mew casavant organ at a cost of $72,000. The Lion's All-Star circus held in Easton Area High School gymnasium Lion's Club circus composed of area residents. Richard Fox, Easton Area High School art teacher, designed 100 costumes for performers. Lions' All-Star Circus, idea of Richard Polanki, to debut in September Clyde Beatty-Cole Brothers Circus comes to Easton. Sponsored by Exchange Club The Lion's All-Star circus held in Easton Area High School gymnasium The Lion's All-Star circus held in Easton Area High School gymnasium Express Express Easton Express

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Churches - Reformed Churches - Reformed Churches - St.John's Lutheran

Oct. 26 Sept. 21 Oct. 21

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Circuses Circuses

April 8 Aug. 27

1974 1974

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Circuses Circuses Circuses Circuses

Jan. 25 June 3 Nov. 13 Sept. 26

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Civic Saturday Clinton, NJ

June 7 Aug. 31

1974 1974

Civic Saturday to be held in downtown Easton on Saturday, June 8, 1974 Clinton resident ship pilot(John Cahill) gets surprise trip. Had to cross the Atlantic as his pilot cutter was diverted to help a Greek tanker.

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Clinton, NJ

June 5

1974

Clinton, NJ

March 13

1974

One-room schoolhouse of Hunterdon County, NJ, Express transported to the grounds of the Clinton Historical Museum in Clinton Recommended by council to preserve historic Express building known as the Grandin Library Garner James Clive, former Wilson Borough resident now living in McLean, VA, is associate general counsel for the House Judiciary Committee Watergate Hearings. Seen daily on the televised hearings. Obituary of local artist Sigal's Store. Renovates to convert to an attractive rear entrance to store -- a new accessway from the Easton Parking Garage. Hen House, a women's apparel shop, formerly on North 4th Street, moved to Westgate Mall, Bethlehem. Easton Dress Co. forced to go out of business due to change in women's fashions. In business since 1936. Uniform Fashions New store opens in Wilson for selling uniforms. Express

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Clive, Garner James

July 30

1974

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Closs, Mrs. Loretta Clothing Store

Oct. 11 July 27

1974 1974

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Clothing Stores

Feb. 7

1974

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Clothing Trade

Aug. 24

1974

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Clothing Trade

June 3

1974

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Clothing Trade

Nov. 12

1974

Clothing Workers Easton Express March on Northampton Street to protest imports of foreign made clothing.

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Clubs - Elks Clubs - Exchange

Sept. 26 May 23

1974 1974

Elks Club dedicates new flag pole at 808 Packer Easton Express Street Dr. Barbara DiSalvo was honored by Easton Easton Express Exchange Club with a Golden Deeds Award for her work with children at the area Well Baby Clinic. Dr. DiSalvo was injured on March 25 by a fall from a hayloft. Dr. Barbara DiSalvo was honored by the Easton Easton Express Exchange Club with a Golden Deeds Award for her work with children at the area Well Baby Clinic. Dr. DiSalvo was injured on March 25 by a fall from a hayloft. Club gives party on Friday evening at Hugh Moore Park. Sales of tickets will be used to beautify the facility. Presents new ambulance to Easton Emergency Squad It also has a band called the Lenape Music Makers. Entertains at campsites Club stages benefit for March of Dimes and Elks Crippled Children's program. Presented by Golden Arrow Motorcycle Club of Phillipsburg. Eight hundred motorcyclists took part in the 50 mile run beginning in Bound Brook to Franklin Park. Easton Express

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Clubs - Exchange

May 24

1974

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Clubs - Forks of the Delaware Garden Club Clubs - Kiwanis Clubs - Lenape Runners Camping Clubs - Motorcycle

June 17

1974

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Clubs - Paradise

April 29

1974

Club's new home dedicated to past president, Jo Easton Express Prince Currie, who died in 1972. Old Club House at Canal Street torn down due to redevelopement plans. Account of Club's purpose and history.

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Code Enforcers

Aug. 29

1974

City Council creates a new bureau-Department of Easton Express Planning and Development, which will enforce housing, zoning , plumbing , mechanical, health, electrical codes. Community Art League burns its mortgage on Easton Express their building at 39 North 5th Street. Court house tipstaff, Harry Hartman, age 86 still Easton Express on the job. Easton Redevelopement Authority has started Easton Express offers for property it wants to acquire in the $2.4 million courthouse urban renewal project area. Organization formed as a move to build a courthouse replica. William Eisenhardt, of Forks Township, makes generous offer of historic lumber and his expert skill. Easton Area Veterans organizations endorsed the concept of building a replica of the original courthouse, but strongly against erecting it in the locale of the Civil War Monument in Centre Square. Easton Area Veterans organizations endorsed the concept of building a replica of the original courthouse, but strongly against erecting it in the locale of the Civil War Monument in Centre Square. Easton Area Veterans organizations endorsed the concept of building a replica of the original court house, but strongly against erecting it in the locale of Civil War Monument in Centre Square. Easton Express Easton Express

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Community Art League Court House - New Court House - New - Expansion

March 13 Feb. 18 April 10

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Court House - Replica Court House - Replica

Aug. 16 July 17

1974 1974

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Court House - Replica

July 25

1974

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Court House - Replica

July 26

1974

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Court House - Replica

July 9

1974

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Court House - Replica

June 15

1974

Letter in response to James Shelly's article on Courthouse replica. Writer, Kerry J. Thomas. Other responses to Mr. Shelly's article reprinted.

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Court House - Replica

June 6

1974

Court House -Replica Credit Bureau

November 1974 15 March 9 1974

Architect's reconstruction of the "Great Square" in Easton Express 1776. Account of July 8, 1776 reading of Declaration of Independenc. Written by Express reporter, James Shelly. Students at Vo-Tech produce scale model of Easton Express original court house. Credit bureau of Easton and Phillipsburg, and Easton Express Credit Bureau of Allentown merge operations. Brief history of Credit Bureau of Easton. Crime rate up in the Allentone - Bethlehem Easton Express Easton area. Mrs. Nancy Frankenfield is believed to be the first Easton Express woman in Northampton County jailed for refusal to pay her estranged husband for the support of 5 of their 6 children. Mrs. Nancy Frankenfield is believed to be the first Easton Express woman in Northampton County jailed for refusal to pay her estranged husband for the support of 5 of their 6 children. Drug center to open in P'burg under a $70,000, Easton Express one-year grant from the New Jersey Health Dept. Will be located in the Municipal Building at South Main Street and Sitgreaves Street.

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Crime Crime - Child Support

July 22 Sept. 4

1974 1974

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Sept. 5

1974

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Crime - Drugs

July 31

1974

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Crime - Drugs

July 31

1974

A non-residential drug and alcohol abuse center program to start in Warren County. One year grant of $70,000 awarded. Located at the Municipal Building in Phillipsburg, New Jersey. Stocker Brothers Dairy. Brief history. School districts in the area concerned on the impact of mid- winter Daylight Saving Time on pupils' lives. Time changed due to energy crisis. School districts in the area concerned on the impact of mid- winter Daylight Saving Time on pupils' lives. Time changed due to energy crisis. School districts in the area concerned on the impact of midwinter Daylight Saving Time on pupils' lives. Time changed dur to energy crisis. Calvary Chapel for the Deaf, in Allentown, brings religion to the deaf. Calvary Chapel for the Deaf , in Allentown, brings religion to the deaf. Restoration project of the canal, using methods of construction similar to original process of construction of the 1820s Byrne, Governor of NJ, canoes down Delaware River to see Tocks Island Easton Area School Board extends dental coverage to all employees Obit. For Dr. Henry Sassaman, dentist. Memorial for Dr. Henry Kowitz; performance of jazz group.

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Dairy Plants Daylight Saving Time

March 1 Jan. 10

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Daylight Saving Time

Jan. 10

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Deafness Deafness Delaware Canal

Aug. 28 Aug. 8 Dec. 11

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Delaware River - Canoeing Dental Insurance Dentists Dentists

Aug. 21 Nov. 12 May 23 Nov. 12

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Department Stores Department Stores

Feb. 20 Oct. 19

1974 1974

Doctors

May 23

1974

Sears Department Store: To build in proposed Easton Express Green Pond Mall. Pomeroy's (Laubach's) Department Store: Store Easton Express executive, Joseph R. Wilk, killed in fall in elevator shaft. Dr. Barbara DiSalvo was honored by Easton Easton Express Exchange Club with Golden Deeds Award for work with children at the area Well-Baby Clinics. She was injured on March 25 by a fall from a hayloft. Dr. Barbara DiSalvo was honored by Easton Easton Express Exchange Club with Golden Deeds Award for work with children at the area Well-Baby Clinics. She was injured on March 25 by a fall from a hayloft. Director Philip J. Levine resigns post Flies replica of Easton flag on library's flag pole. Flag given by library director(Jane S. Moyer)in memory of her father, Andrew J. Shaneberger. Express Easton Express

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Doctors

May 24

1974

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Downtown Improvement Group Dec. 6 (DIG) Easton Area Public Library June 14 Flag

1974 1974

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Easton Area Public Library Borrowing

Nov. 30

1974

As a district center, The Easton Library has Easton Express entered into reciprocal borrowing agreements on Feb. 3 with 5 libraries in the district. Citizens' group wants city council to save armory for local use. A list of possible uses of armory for the community is being prepared by a group of interested citizens. Armory building could be community center if citizens are willing to use it. Easton Express Easton Express

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Easton Armory Easton Armory

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Dec. 18

1974

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Oct. 29 May 17

1974 1974

Easton Express - Special Features Easton HOSPITAL OPTHALMOLOGY DEPT

June 21

1974

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1974

Citizens' group wants city council to save armory for local use. Citizens' group wants city council to save armory for local use. Citizens' group wants city council to save armory for local use. Citizens' group wants city council to save armory for local use. Citizens' group wants city council to save armory for local use. Citizens' group wants city council to save armory for local use. Easton Kiwanis Club presents new ambulance to Easton Emergency Squad. Installs new plate process (Letterflex), which reduces pollution. Main office building, at 30 N. 4th St., to have complete renovation of the interior- a 6 month project. Wins award for its editorial leadership and excellence in traffic safety. Donald P. Keith, associate editor, wins top honors in the Keystone Press Association. Editorial: The energy crisis points the way to new directions in 1974. Magazine section, " The Family Weekly," to be a weekend supplement in the daily paper, starting June 22. Seven area optometrists to provide services through Easton Hospital's division of opthalmology; only one of its kind in the state. Pediatrics department marks 75th anniversary.

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June 25

1974

Easton Public Library Trustees Easton, City of - Business

Sept. 24

1974

United Fund denies application of Easton Area Easton Express Neighborhood Center to become a member agency of the organization. Mrs. Nancy Vaugh appointed to board to fill Easton Express vacancy caused by death of Bernard M. Goodman. 6 merchants have faith in Easton by starting new Express businesses or relocating in the downtown area ..Seidel's Shoes, Lu-Co's Cut Rate, Journey Beyond, Tie-Town, Genesis Bikery, Lacs-Enterprise D. Herbert Lipoon, publisher of Philadelphia Magazine, describes a visit to his old neighborhoods City councilman Jay Snyder is robbed of $350. in parking lot at Church and Sitgreaves St. Mrs. Ellen Swank turns 108 and reminisces about old times Easton police move into new headquarters at rear of 650 Ferry St. (City Hall Building.) Mayor Ashton seeks to coordinate police network with Wilson Borough Received a $30,000 mobile crime laboratory, paid from a grant from the Northeast Regional Council, Governor's Justice Commission. A brief description of the equipment and its probable use. A project to widen Church St. from 3rd to 4th Streets to take 5 buildings. City Council okays project. A project to widen Church St. from 3rd to 4th Streets to take 5 buildings. City Council okays project. Easton Express

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Easton, City of - Streets - Names Nov. 14

1974

The old street names will be back for the year of 1976. Council voted to accede to the request of the Bicentennial Commission to restore original names of north-south streets. The old street names will be back for the year of 1976. Council voted to accede to the request of the Bicentennial Commission to restore original names of north-south streets Wood Avenue still a bottleneck that troubles residents City Council pushes repeal of truck-parking ban

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Easton, West - Education

May 7

1974

Closing ceremonies held at Livingstone School. Express School banner and an American flag presented to principal of Philip A. Lauer Middle School, Wilson. All West Easton pupils will attend middle school in fall. Livingstone School to be torn down at end of Express school year. Located at Center and Fourth Streets. Livingstone School torn down Stan Sutphen named Coach of the Year. Board okays the new post of a head trainer for athletic department. March and Palmer schools to absorb Centerfield pupils. Centerfield School at Martin's Creek burns. It was believed to be arson. Easton School Board accepts insurance settlement ($211,046) for loss of Centerfield School. Express Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express

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Education - Centerfield School Education - Centerfield School

April 9 June 11

1974 1974

State will not assist the Easton District in replacing Easton Express Centerfield. Lower Mt. Bethel supervisors proposed to school Easton Express board that the district keep the property, restore the auditorium- gym building for a recreation program. Board turned down the plan. State will not assist the Easton District in replacing Easton Express Centerfield School. Lower Mt. Bethel supervisors proposed to school Easton Expresss board that the district keep the property, restore the auditorium- gym building for a recreation program. Board turned down the plan. State will not assist the Easton District in replacing Easton Express Centerfield. Easton School District - Suspension of foreign Easton Express language program due to a continued drop in enrollment in language courses. School board drops elementary French. Easton Express

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Easton Area School Board extends dental Easton Express coverage to all employees. Maybelle D. Jaffe, EASD office employee who likes Easton Express to walk. Easton Area School District Faculty, Jack Paul, Easton Espress attendance officer. An account of his work. Easton Area District schools get new food service. Easton Express Kro-Tron Food Services sontract terminated. Easton Junior High School wooden shed and 4 classrooms damaged by fire. Easton Express

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Education - Kindergarten

April 9

1974

Education - March School

June 12

1974

Education - Northampton April 5 County Area Community College Education - Northampton June 7 County Area Community College Education - Northampton March 1 County Area Community College Education - Northampton Nov. 8 County Area Community College

1974

School Board changes admission to kindergarten - Easton Express children to be 5 years old before October 1 of the year they enter school. Previously it was before February 1. Belle Hoffenberg gives her views on her ligetime Easton Express work and her experience in teaching. She taught at March School. Community college offers a college-at-home Easton Express credit program. NCACC to start the program, "College at Home". Easton Express

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Account of its educational scope and future goals. Easton Express

1974

College-at-home program- 3 public libraries Easton Express (Allentown, Bethlehem, Easton) join Northampton County Area Community College in the project. Martin's Creek generating station eventually to be Easton Express largst in the P.P. & L. System. Energy crisis has hit area hospitals in severe Easton Express slowdown in supply deliveries. All schools in Northampton County to start 1/2 Easton Express hour later starting Jan. 21 and to continue until March 1. Later opening is intended to eliminate the need for children to leave home in darkness while new rule of Daylight Saving Time is effective. Northampton County is first to dim lights on highways. Easton Express

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Engles, Harry C. Fiamma, James N. Fiamma, James N.

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Engles, Harry C. "Skip" - Northampton County Sheriff. Obituary. Obit. Fiamma, James N., Supt. Of recreation for Phillipsburg and director of Firth Youth Center. Memorial fund to be started by friends. 97 restaurants and bars in Easton have violations of fire code. In the 200 block of Northampton Street, 19 persons evacuated. Some businesses prepare to open; others to relocate. In the 200 block of Northampton Street, 19 persons evacuated. Some businesses prepare to open; others to relocate. Portrait of James N. Fiamma presented to Center. Fiamma was superintendent of recreation and director of youth center. He died March 21.

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Fire Code Fires

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Oct. 8

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March 30

1974

The Bicentennial Commission of Pa. has endorsed Easton Express the inclusion of the flag in the U.S. Postal Service historic flag commemorative service. "National Unity Day" observance held at Liberty Village. Dedicated on 85 ft. flag pole in honor of the 2nd anniversary of the opening of the American Shrine. Held on Saturday in Centre Square. Sponsored by DIG. Conduct of fans at Thanksgiving Day game at Fisher Field disturbed members of Easton School Board. Thanksgiving Day Game finally set for 1974 to be played at Fisher Field. Easton Express

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Folk Festival Football - Thanksgiving Day Game Football - Thanksgiving Day Game

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Football - Thanksgiving Day Game Forks Township

March 8 May 1

1974 1974 1974 1974 1974

P'Burg, Easton discuss moving Thanksgiving Game. Easton Express Attempts are made to recreate boundaries between Palmer and Forks Townships. Forks Township Emergency Squad builds own building on Sullivan Trail. Forks Township to buy old milk tank to replace leaky fire truck. Supervisors have approved tentatively a planned residential development known as "Sullivan Village." Developers must meet 16 conditions in 60 days. Planners reject a new proposal for a housing development, "Leisure Village." Plans had stipulated 381 homes and apartments on 64.55 acres, east of Richmond Road, and north of Richmond School. Forks Township receives a 3.7 acre of park land, on Bushkill Creek, on East bank, from Palmer Township. Land was originally part of 12 acre tract bordering Bushkill Creek, deeded to Palmer for public recreation, by Cooper Bessemer Corporation, in 1965. Easton city ordinances prohibit the sale or use of sparklers. Vice president and general manager of Onondaga Silk Company - Obit. Frenchtown Presbyterian Church to celebrate 125 years of service. Palmer Township pushing plan to recycle waste for fuel and profit. Palmer Township pushing plan to recycle waste for fuel and profit. Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express

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June 14

1974

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Fourth of July Fox Frenchtown, N.J. - Churches Fuel Fuel

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Gambling

Oct. 31

1974

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Latest area poll shows stronger opposition toward Easton Express the proposed legalized casino gambling in New Jersey. Heikki Elo describes trash pelletizing procedure. Easton Express Heikki Elo describes trash pelletizing procedure. Gas prices rise, supply dwindles. Pa. dealers threaten to close gas stations. Pa. dealers threaten to close gas stations. Pa. dealers threaten to close gas stations. Gas stations closing today. Indefinitely in Pa. Easton dealers vote to close. Gas stations closing today. Indefinitely in Pa. Easton dealers vote to close. Gas dealers impose unofficial rationing. Gas stations closing today. Indefinitely in Pa. Easton dealers vote to close. Gas dealers impose unofficial rationing. Gas stations closing today. Indefinitely in Pa. Easton dealers vote to close. Gas prices rise, supply dwindles. Gas dealers impose unofficial rationing. Pa. - Jersey press for more gasoline for March. Area gas pumps hum as lines dwindle. Pa. - Jersey press for more gasoline for March. Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express

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Jan. 28

1974

Whale of a Wash, at Wood Avenue and Easton Express Northampton Streets - gas must be sold only with a car wash. Gasoline supplies to increase in February. Easton Express

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Gracedale - Employees

June 7

1974

Gracedale - Golf Course Gracedale - Golf Course Gracedale - Golf Course Hackettstown, N.J - Churches Hackettstown, N.J - Crime Hackettstown, N.J - Crime Hackettstown, N.J - Hospital Hahn, Stanley F.

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Employees organize and vote to create a policy committee to organize with the American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees. Course planned next to Gracedale. Three hundred petitioners object. Course planned next to Gracedale. Three hundred petitioners object. Course planned next to Gracedale. Three hundred petitioners object. Assembly of God, located on North Main Street. Brief history. Mother of baby found in bag is charged. Mrs. Rita Wynder is involved. Mother of baby found in bag is charged. Mrs. Rita Wynder is involved. Hackettstown Community Hospital. Brief history. Local bank president of Northampton National Bank from July 1944 to December 1970. Obit.

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Halfway House

Dec. 27

1974

Halfway House at 121 N. 8th St., Allentown, ready Easton Express for alcoholics of the Lehigh Valley that need help. William J. Donnelly, Jr., director. Easton Halloween parade may become a daytime Easton Express event due to the harassment of participants by spectators. Easton therapist cited for her work with the deaf. Easton Express Mrs. Helen Hulick Beebe honored with a testimonial dinner.

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Dec. 9

1974

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Handicapped Children

March 11

1974

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Head Start

Aug. 20

1974

To be taken over by the Colonial Northampton Easton Express Intermediate Unit 20 in September. Action assures the continuation of the Head Start program. Doctors examine 180 women at first health fair in YWCA. Descendant of Mammy Morgan keeps art and history alive by creating items of hand craft. Interested in history of the area. Gunmaker's homestead to be made an historical site. Brief history of gunworks. Gunmaker's homestead to be made an historical site. Brief history of gunworks. Easton man fined $50 in Warren County District Court for hitchhiking on Interstate Route 80, in the nude. Homemakers' Services, of Northampton County, protest service groups leadership and walk off jobs. Little stone house at corner of 5th and Ferry Streets to be preserved as an 18th century house and become a museum. Kennedy Gardens Apartments, Canal and Centre Streets, Easton, up for sale. HUD to open bids on March 13. Delaware Terrace residents want cats. Easton sells 30 acres in Southeast portion of Easton to Benjamin Contractors. Will construct $16 million townhouse development "The Highlands." Paid $2,000 an acre. Easton Express Easton Express

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Health Fair Helms, Mrs. Ethel

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Homemakers Service

May 22, 23 1974

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Jan. 8

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Feb. 4

1974

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Hugh Moore Parkway - Party

June 17

1974

Forks of the Delaware Garden Club gives a party on Friday evening at Hugh Moore Park. Sales of tickets will be used to beautify the facility. New York couple make their home in Presbyterian Church built in 1880. Dam might pollute creek. Pa. delays building of Jacobsburg Dam. Pa. gives historic status to site near Jacobsburg. Includes part of the village of Jacobsburg, the Bushkill Stream Valley from Jacobsburg through Henry's Woods, the community of Boulton, and the Henry Gun Factory. Jack Sher retires after 50 years as executive director of Jewish Community Center. Jewish woman has talent for Jewish cuisine which pays off. Mrs. Bryna Nadler has Jewish Catering Service. William La Rose, of Easton, has been flying kites for 70 years. Obituary of Dr. Guy E. Snavely, ex-interim president from Sept. 1957 - July 1958 Delta Kappa Epsilon damaged by fire.

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Jewish Community Center Jews

Aug. 30 Sept. 11

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Kites Lafayette College - Faculty Lafayette College - Fraternities Lafayette College - History Lafayette College - Presidents

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Brief history. Easton Express President K. Roald Bergethon, who has served 16 Easton Express years as president, has seen a 1,460 all-male student enrollment grow into a 1,972 student coeducational institution. Stresses quality education rather than quantity for the future. Senator Wayne Morse, critic of Vietnam War, spoke at College in March 1966. Easton Express

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July 23

1974

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Lafayette College - Visitors

Nov. 25

1974

Landfills, Sanitary Lehigh Canal

Feb. 19 Jan. 19

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Lehigh University - Historical Marker

Feb. 7

1974

William Simon, U. S. Secretary of Treasury, Class of 1952, visits college for annual Lafayette-Lehigh football game. Alternatives proposed in Williams Township Boats will return to the canal under Moore Parkway Commission's development plan for a 250-acre river valley corridor. Cast metal historical marker commemorating the birth of Asa Packer has been stolen. It was formerly located at the corner of Brodhead and Packer Avenues in Bethlehem.

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Lehigh Valley Railroad Bankruptcy Lehigh Valley Railroad Bankruptcy

April 10

1974

Valley railroad wants a federal grant of $10 million Easton Express to enable it to continue operation for 620 days. Future of the railroad to be decided May 2. Whether or not the railroad can be reorganized under the Bankruptcy Act or under the new Regional Rail Reorganization Act. National Unity Day observance held at Liberty Village. Dedicated an 85-foot flag pole in honor of the 2nd anniversry of the opening of the American shrine. Race driver honored by erecting a race track on Northampton Street in 300 block for a series of races by 40 midget race drivers. Race driver honored by erecting a race track on Northampton Street in 300 block for a series of races by 40 midget race drivers. Race driver honored by erecting a race track on Northampton Street in 300 block for a series of races by 40 midget race drivers. Easton Express

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Aug. 21

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Lotteries

May 2

1974

Easton man wins $100,000 in PA lottery Bakers' Dozen. It was won by Adrian Gabrielli who will treat his fellow workers at Northampton Pants Factory to pizza and beer. To make a tie-dyed quilt to be given to the first baby born in the township on or after July 4, 1976. An account of the Township's plans for the bicentennial celebration. Hunterdon County, N.J. couple combine their talents of masks making and magic. Mammana, Placid "Pat" - realtor and owner of Mammana and Sons Real Estate and Insurance, 314 S. 17th St. Obituary. Marine history alive in Wilson Borough. Jim Shelly, Express reporter, visits the detachments headquarters on Lehigh Street.

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Lower Saucon Township

Aug. 13

1974

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Magic, Witchcraft Mammana, Placid "Pat"

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Marines

Nov. 12

1974

Marine history alive in Wilson Borough. Jim Shelly, Easton Express Express reporter, visits the detachments headquarters on Lehigh Street. Wild life sanctuary in Williams Township. Residents support the rebuilding of Centerfield School. Residents support the rebuilding of Centerfield School. To retire from Redevelopment Authority. Has been on the Authority for 10 years and 4 months. Townships fight merger. Townships fight merger. Townships fight merger. Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express

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Easton Chamber of Commerce wants a state study on the Easton merger plan. Easton Chamber of Commerce wants a state study on the Easton merger plan. Telephone poll by Easton Express. Area leaders reject merger plan. Easton City Council backs merger idea. Area leaders reject merger plan. Easton City Council backs merger idea. Merger distrusted by area residents who would be affected by a proposal to merge thirteen communities. Merger distrusted by area residents who would be affected by a proposal to merge thirteen communities. Townships fight merger. Townships fight merger. Townships fight merger. Townships fight merger. Telephone poll by Easton Express. Easton merger proposal was tried 81 years ago.

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Meyers, Dr. Albertus L.

June 5

1974

Easton Express editorial: Should 10 communities Easton Express merge with Easton? Visits Hess Store in Allentown. Talks of her Easton Express program for beauty. Column by Express reporter, Doris W. Whitehead. Conductor of Allentown Band received Allentown Easton Express Exchange Club Golden Deeds Award. The Washington Greys -- the medal -- its military history. Easton Express

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Military Companies Washington Greys

Aug. 25

1974

Mindszenty, Joszef Cardinal

May 17

1974

Two area priests to join in the visit of the cardinal, Easton Express when he visits in the Lehigh Valley area. The are: Father Francis X. Gilly, pastor of Sacred Heart Church, at Miller Heights, Bethlehem Township, and Father Robert J. Biszek, assistant pastor, at St. Star appears at Allentown Fairgrounds. Easton Express Star appears at Allentown Fairgrounds. Easton Express Money - How to make it for fun and profit. Roger Easton Express Blake tells of his fun in making money work. Shawnee Presbyterian Church, Smithfield Easton Express Township. Brief history. Zion Lutheran Church, 123 year old landmark Easton Express being used as meeting place by squatters. Its future is uncertain. Some residents want it preserved as an historic site. Helms, Mrs. Ethel. Descendant of Mammy Morgan Easton Express keeps art and history alive by creating items of hand craft. Interested in history of the area. He gave Phillipsburg High School Arboretum, and wrote "This I Remember." Obit. Canal buff puts Morris Canal on map. Book by James Lee, "The Morris Canal," is best source of information on the Canal's history. Repairer of locks of Lehigh Canal. Easton Express

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Morgan, Elizabeth Bell

April 18

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Morgenstern, Harvey

Feb. 26

1974

Morris Canal

April 24

1974

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Morris, Gordon K. Movies - X Rated-Flesh Gordon Movies - X Rated-Godfather

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Movie "Flesh Gordon" banned at State Theater by Easton Express Mayor's office. The televised version of "Godfather" didn't seem Easton Express offensive to many area viewers.

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Movies - X Rated-Group Marriage Mucis Boxes

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1974

Drive In Theater in Bethlehem ordered to halt filty Easton Express films, "Group Marriage" and "The Playmates," both rated R. William Payne, of Mt. Bethel, a flight engineer, Easton Express repairs music boxes in his spare time. Roy Graver, 17 year old Moore Township youth charged with murder of his stepfather and two brothers. Bishop Stephen Spottswood speaks at annual Freedom Fund banquet of the Easton Branch of NAACP at Hotel Easton. "National Unity Day" observance held at Library Village. Dedicated an 85 ft. flag pole in honor of the 2nd anniversary of the opening of the American Shrine. Nazareth Lutheran and Reformed (Union) Church, at corner of Broad and Prospect Streets, formerly St. John's Lutheran Church. Brief history. Gunmen hold up Nazareth Finance Co. Standard Finance Company held up by gunmen who escaped with $3,504. Nazi Party may move offices to Hackettstown. Anti-Semitic remarks made. Brief history of local banks. Welcome N.J. Poster erected and dedicated on N.J. side of toll bridge. President Nixon's resignation greeted by area residents with relief. Citizens interviewed by Easton Express. Easton Express

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1974

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June 17

1974

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Aug. 17

1974

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Nazareth, Pa. - Churches

Feb. 16

1974

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Nixon, Richard - Impeachment

July 30

1974

Nixon, Richard - Motorcade North. Co. Country Clubs

May 28 March 1

1974 1974

Judiciary Counsel, Garner James Cline, a native of Easton Express Wilson Borough, and Lafayette College graduate, is involved in proceedings for the impeachment of President Nixon. Motorcade tours Easton in support of the Easton Express President on Saturday, May 25. Country Clubs, recreational resorts of the area. Easton Express Brief history and description of their activities. Jane Land, Moravian College student, says women prisoners lack privileges Northampton County charter study passed in May 21 election An estimated 35% of the prisoners in county prison are serving time for violations of the State's drug laws Experimental project instructs inmates to be prison teachers Northampton County prison is school for most inmates Retiring prison official Michael Cleveland raps prison board Warden Thomas Cavanaugh retiring after 11 years at County prison. Tells of philosophy of Northampton County Prison and its treatment of prisoners. Warden Thomas Cavanaugh retiring after 11 years at County prison. Tells of philosophy of Northampton County Prison and its treatment of prisoners. An account of its services. Express Express Express

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June 28

1974

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Nuclear Power Plants

May 6

1974

Power companies in the Delaware River Basin area now propose 8 nuclear generating stations instead of 11, as proposed 2 years ago. An account of the Master Siting Study. Lehigh Valley nursing homes hit by red tape. Life Safety Code forcing many to spend thousands of dollars to meet standards or go out of business. New law has little impact on Lehigh Valley area. New law has little impact on Lehigh Valley area. New law has little impact on Lehigh Valley area. New law has little impact on Lehigh Valley area.

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Nursing Homes

May 18

1974

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Obscenity Law Obscenity Law Obscenity Law Obscenity Law Oil

Aug. 19 Aug. 20 Aug. 21 March 25 April 30

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Oil Spill. Blue Ridge-Winkler Textile Co. creates an Easton Express oil spill in Bushkill Creek, near Martin's Creek. Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church celebrates 260th anniversary. Buys a $200,000 estate in Bernardsville, Somerset County, N.J. Exhibition at Allentown Art Museum. One of the largest of folk art ever to be exhibited. Two items from Northampton County Historical Society to be exhibited. Pushing plan to recycle waste for fuel and profit. Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express

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Sept. 14 Nov. 30 Oct. 18

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Palmer Township Palmer Township

Jan. 30 Sept. 25

1974 1974

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The fuel-from-sold-waste plant to be constructed Easton Express if municipal offices get state law changed. Project developed by township engineer, Hekkki Elo.

Palmer Township

Sept. 27

1974

The fuel-from-sold-waste plant to be constructed Easton Express if municipal offices get state law changed. Project developed by township engineer, Hekkki Elo. Confusion about exact boundaries. A printer's mistake has placed 2 acres of land around Seipsville Hotel as residential and not commercial. Some residents of Palmer who live near Bethlehem-Palmer Township border may find they are not in the municipality they always thought they were. Attempts are made to recreate boundaries between Palmer and Forks Township. Forks Township receives a 3.7 acre of park land, on Bushkill Creek, on East bank, from Palmer Township. Land was originally part of 12 acre tract bordering Bushkill Creek, deeded to Palmer for public recreation, by Cooper Bessemer Corporation, in 1965. Palmer Township gives 3.6 acres of land fto Forks Township for parkland. Site was donated to Palmer some years ago, by Penn. Pump Company. Spans both sides of the waterway north of company's plant. Forks must spend $10,000 during next 10 years in developi Easton Express Easton Express

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Palmer Township - Boundaries Palmer Township - Boundaries

April 10 July 16

1974 1974

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July 24

1974

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Palmer Township - Boundaries Palmer Township - Parks

May 1 April 4

1974 1974

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Palmer Township - Parks

March 19

1974

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Palmer Township - Poet Palmer Township - Schools

Jan. 31 April 2

1974 1974

Mrs. Margie Cuff Van Duzer, 229 Blenheim Drive, Easton Express thinks and writes in rhyme. Alexander Kassay, a fifth grade teacher at Palmer Easton Express Elementary School tells of his career and teaching of the young.

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Palmer Township - Schools

Dec. 3

1974

Palmer Township - Schools

Oct. 22

1974

Palmer Township - Schools Palmer Township - Taxation Parking Garage Parking Garage Parking Garage Parking Garage Phillipsburg, N.J. - Churches

Sept. 24 June 1 Feb. 19 March 21 March 22 March 25 Jan. 21

1974 1974 1974 1974 1974 1974 1974

Palmer Elementary School. School Library in the John Auld building will be named Tracie L. Roma Memorial Library. Child, 9 years old, was killed on way home from school. Residents and supervisors honor Howard D. Siegfried and John G. Cole for their work in the township and schools system. Palmer School to hang portrait of late principal, Anthony J. Minotti. Passes a business tax over protests of 50 angry businessmen. Parking Garage dedication ceremonies on Saturday, March 23. Parking Garage dedication ceremonies on Saturday, March 23. Parking Garage dedication ceremonies on Saturday, March 23. Parking Garage dedication ceremonies on Saturday, March 23. Pilgrim Presbyterian Church burns mortgage. $250,000 on structure payments completed in 10 years. Brief history of the church. Sts. Philip and James Roman Catholic Church rededicated and officially entered its second century of service to Catholics of the Phillipsburg area. Grace Baptist Church, 2 months old, located on South Main Street near Sitgreaves Street. Westminster Presbyterian Church, started in 1888. Brief history. St. John's Lutheran Church praised for building its new church on site where old church stood for 100 years.

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July 1

1974

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March 23 May 18 Nov. 11

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Phillipsburg, N.J. - Churches

Sept. 21

1974

St. John's Lutheran Church praised for building its Easton Express new church on site where old church stood for 100 years. Chambers and Fulton Streets. Bar and tavern owners oppose 1:00 A.M. closing. Council and owners to meet concerning the matter. Phillipsburg Council unanimously turns down ordinance on 1:00 A.M. bar closing. Former mayor of Phillipsburg, Vernon D. "Huck" Best. Served 1950-1954. Obit. Jaycees planned and dedicated Veterans Band Shell in Park. New center opens in Phillipsburg; to be housed in old municipal building. Brief history of its development. Pocono workers complain of poor living conditions. Lehigh River pollution is measured. Wilson Borough to push for the closing of Ironton Prints, Inc., 16th and Washington Streets, on pollution violation. Wilson Borough to push for the closing of Ironton Prints, Inc., 16th and Washington Streets, on pollution violation. Wilson Borough to push for the closing of Ironton Prints, Inc., 16th and Washington Streets, on pollution violation. District attorney Charles Spaziani evaluates antismut bill. A contract for $ 267,777 has been awarded for major improvements to Easton Post Office. Easton Express

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Aug. 14

1974

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Phillipsburg, N.J. - Drinking Phillipsburg, N.J. - Officials Phillipsburg, N.J. - Parks Planned Parenthood Pocono International Raceway Pocono Workers Pollution Pollution

Oct. 23 June 3 Nov. 30 July 19 June 27

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Pollution

June 17

1974

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Pollution

June 18

1974

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Pornography Post Office - Building

Feb. 20 Dec. 5

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Power Cell

Aug. 3

1974

Easton firm develops perpetual power cell. Peter L. Krohn and J. Whitney Turner are partners in new electronics firm: Phazar Instruments. Prostitution booming in the Lehigh Valley. Express reporter Virginia Parry, writes a series of articles on the subject. Chief of police, John M. Young, suggests ways of self-protection. Early Quaker meeting named small Hunterdon County town. Brief history. Souvenir edition of The Schaefer 500 at Pocono International Speedway. Sunday, May 19, 1974, Black River and Western steam train will carry passengers as part of fundraising sponsored by Warren County Unit of American Cancer Society. It carried passengers from Ringoes, N.J. to Lambertville and back. Sunday, May 19, 1974, Black River and Western steam train will carry passengers as part of fundraising sponsored by Warren County Unit of American Cancer Society. It carried passengers from Ringoes, N.J. to Lambertville and back.

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Prostitution

May 29 31 Sept. 21 Nov. 5 June 28 May 15

1974

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Purse Snatching Quakertown, N.J. Racing Railroad - Routes

1974 1974 1974 1974

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Railroad - Routes

May 17

1974

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Red Cross

May 11

1974

Has campaign, "Good Neighbors SSI Alert," to seek Easton Express out a possible 6,000 elderly in Northampton County who have less than $140 basic single income or $210 per couple. Blind and handicapped are potential persons. Eight Easton Hospital student nurses assist i

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Reibman Family

Nov. 12

1974

Reibman, Jeanette - Honors Riegelsville, Pa. - Annexation Riegelsville, Pa. - Schools Riegelsville, Pa. - Schools Riegelsville, Pa. - Schools Robbery

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Rock Show

June 26

1974

Home on corner of 2nd and Spring Garden Street, the residence of the Louis Reibman family for 60 years, now adapted to elegant hairdressing business by Mark Estell. Received a certificate of merit from Pennsylvania Library Association. Council studies use of land annex-298 acres from Durham Township. Easton Area School Board rejects plant to close Riegelsville School. Easton Area School Board rejects plant to close Riegelsville School. Easton Area School Board rejects plant to close Riegelsville School. Police nab 2 robbers minutes after bank hold-up. Gunmen held South Side Cement National Bank office in Food Lane Shopping Center of $27, 674. Later arrested at Old Stoney Inn a mile away while drinking beer. State Theatre features Extensions, of man rock concert. Performers late, but fans wait in rain. Phillipsburg Area Historical Society has headquarters in historic house. An account of the house. Phillipsburg Area Historical Society has headquarters in historic house. An account of the house. Phillipsburg Area Historical Society has headquarters in historic house. An account of the house. Roseto holds 5th annual antique automobile show. Fire Company to mark 65th year.

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Dec. 9

1974

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Roseberry-Gess House

June 24

1974

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Roseberry-Gess House

June 25

1974

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Roseto, Pa. - Automobiles Roseto, Pa. - Fire Dept.

June 1 Nov. 22

1974 1974

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Schools - Easton High School Day Schools - Riegelsville Schools - Shull

April 17

1974

John M. Robinson to be honored.

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March 22, 1974 23, 26 May 14 1974

Schools - Superintendents

Dec. 31

1974

Easton Area School Board rejects plan to close Easton Express Riegelsville school. Eight boys at Shull Junior High taught to cook and Easton Express sew for a 5 week period as part of their course work in bachelor living. Article by Dr. C. Meade Beers, Jr. on the change in Easton Express the school administrator's job. Article by Express reporter, John Bonnell, on education in the area. Easton Area School Board changes hiring policy to avoid charges of violation of an applicant's civil rights. Charles A. DeBellis named principal of Easton Junior High School. EASD school officials to intensify recruiting of maore black teachers. Distribution of black teachers is questioned by school board. James J. Eglof, of Bucks County, elected principal of Easton Area High School. Phillip J. Spaziani roasted. James J. Eglof, of Bucks County elected principal of Easton Area High School. John J. Curley, teacher, principal, and administrator, to retire on January 31, 1975. Eastern Northampton County VocationalTechnical School faces problem of overcrowding. Many students turning to vocational education. Variety of subjects taught. Easton Express

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April 9

1974

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Nov. 21

1974

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Scott Park

Nov. 15

1974

Landscaping, expansion and other improvements Easton Express have enhanced the public park as "the point." An account of the St. John's Lutheran Church Senior Citizen Center. Campaign train stopped at Bethlehem (Buchanan Street). Retires. Clinton resident, John Cahill, a ship pilot, gets surprise trip to Southampton, although he was only to pilot the Queen Elizabeth out of the New York harbor. Anti-shoplifting drive to be launched September 15. Sponsored by merchants group in Allentown, Bethlehem and Easton. Named S.T.E.M. meaning "Shoplifters Take Everybody's Money." Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express

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Senior Citizens Shapp, Governor Milton Sher, Jack Ship Pilot

April 30 Oct. 17 Aug. 30 Aug. 31

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Shoplifting

Aug. 23

1974

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Signs Spaceman

Jan. 31 March 4

1974 1974

Projecting signs will be banned in Easton's new Easton Express code. "Spaceman" is found on bench in Centre Square. Easton Express Lifesize spaceman figure was chained to bench at De Ber's Garage and Service Station on Route 611 at Martin's Creek. Police returned "man" to his rightful owner. To build a new shelter - cost $93,500. Brief description of its work and financial set up. To build a new shelter - cost $93,500. Brief description of its work and financial set up. Radio immortalized Stella Dallas. She had restaurant, "River's Edge," in Lambertville. She now lives in Stockton, N.J. Lehigh University students streak around their campus. Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express

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SPCA SPCA Stella Dallas (Anne Matthews)

Aug. 16 Oct. 2 May 1

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Streaking

March 6

1974

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March 8

1974

Stroudsburg, Pa. - Churches Stroudsburg, Pa. - Crime Sugar Shortage

Aug. 31 1974 March 15 1974 Nov. 9, 29 1974

Lafayette College students (male and female) streaked on campus. Students from East Stroudsburg and Lehigh join group. Stroudsburg Wesleyan Church - a history. Stroudsburg lynching in 1894 recalled. Sugar price hikes turn area bakers sour. Skyrocketing prices are causing prices for families and raising prices in commercial bake stuff. Local groups not disturbed by the new act. Its effects of the community. Rabbi Harold Richter leaves to accept post as Jewish Chaplain of Broward County, Florida

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Sunshine Act Synagogues - B'nai Abraham

Dec. 26 July 23

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Taylor, George - Will

March 30

1974

Will uncovered at New York City Public Library. Easton Express Northampton County Registrar of Wills asked that it be returned. It had been in possession of library since 1896 and had been part of collection given by Thomas Addis Emmet, of New York. Managers making more money with X-rated that with family movies. Theatrical designer, Santo Loquasto, lived in Easton and attended Vanderveer School. French tightrope daredevil (Phillipe Petit) walks across Hamilton Street. Four counties form coalition to fight Tocks. Byrne, Governor of New Jersey, canoes down Delaware River to see Tocks Island. Tocks Island Regional Advisory Council, after 9 years, to disband and no longer function. Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express

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Tocks Island

Aug. 28

1974

Tocks Island Regional Advisory Council, after 9 years, to disband and no longer function. U.S. Army Engineers Corp. ok's Tocks Island project as still the best means of providing water supply for the region's future needs. 90 armed U.S. marshals evicted a colony of squatters from the Tocks Island area. 30 squatters evicted from Tocks Island Area. Demand public assistance and housing. Northampton County Visitor's Council revitalized and makes plans to attract visitors to the area. Traveling by horseback, Lynn Lloyd, of Martin's Creek, rode cross country and roughed it. Easton man indicted in trucker killing. Jessie Ostrander. Truckers' slowdown causes Pa. National Guardsman to guard bridges and overpasses on Lehigh Valley Thruway. Violence stalks truck slowdown. Pa. Guardsman continue to deal with the independent truckers' strike. Schools face heating woes in strike. Local schools are faced with heating oil and gas shortages. Increasing effects on the economy and failure of attempts to settle the nationwide walkout. Violence mars truckers' strike. Express photographer, Fran Kittek, takes fake pictures of flying saucers.

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Tocks Island

Nov. 12

1974

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Travel

Dec. 17

1974

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April 3 April 4 Feb. 2

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Feb. 6 Feb. 7

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Truckers' Strike

Jan. 30

1974

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Jan. 31 May 9

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Volunteers of America

March 28

1974

Warren Hospital - Addition

Aug. 29

1974

Washington, N.J. - Churches Washington, N.J. - Churches Water - Emergency

June 8 Nov. 2 Sept. 18, 20 July 30

1974 1974 1974

Watergate Hearings

1974

Mrs. Austin Malone, former executive director of the Easton Post, honored for her many years of service. First National Bank of Northwest New Jersey donates 1.44 acres of land to hospital for additional construction in Washington Township. Land is adjacent to the bank's Brass Castle office on Route 57. Mt. Pisgoh African Methodist Episcopal Church to mark 100th anniversary. St. Luke's Evangelical Lutheran Church burns mortgage. Brief history. Water emergency declared in Easton. Break in water main at city filtration plant on Route 611 North. Garner Jame Clive, former Wilson Borough resident, now living in McLean, Virginia, is associate general counsel for the House Judiciary Committee. Seen daily on the televised hearings. Storm interrupted local Friday night football games. Easton and Northeast Catholic of Philadelphia halted at half time. Welfare Office employee, Rose Marie Stem, of Glendon, pleads guilty to embezzlement. Welsh festival held at East Stroudsburg State College. Located 1650 Broadway built in 1895. Houses disturbed children, an account of its activities.

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Weather - Thunderstorms

Sept. 14

1974

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Jan. 22 March 1 Dec. 28

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Williams Township - Parks

April 12

1974

Supervisors of township adopted resolution to Easton Express provide 90,000 for developing Williams Township Community Park, a 29 acre site at Cider Press and Gaffney Hill Roads

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Wilson Borough - Fire Dept.

April 8

1974

Wilson Borough - Fire Dept.

Oct. 25

1974

Wilson Borough - Merger Wilson Borough - Police Wilson Borough - Students

Aug. 13 May 11 Dec. 12

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Wilson Borough - Youths

Dec. 7

1974

Topper II given by Easton firefighters to Wilson Fire Department. The original Topper was poisoned. Topper II given by Easton firefighters to Wilson Fire Department. The original Topper was poisoned. Wilson rejects merger plan. Renovated police facility at 21st Street and Hay Terrace to hold open house. Wilson Area School Board officially approved corporal punishment as a means to discipline students. Youths push for a teenage center have no success with school board or borough council.

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Wilson Borough High School

Jan. 5

1974 1974

Wilson Borough School District - Nov. 19 Fairview Elementary School Wilson Borough School District - Sept, 10 Philip F. Lauer Middle School Wilson High School - Band Wilson High School - Faculty Wind Gap - Churches WQQQ - Radio May 13 Jan. 4 Aug. 3 March 1

1974

New school site located in Williams Township. To Easton Express be built within 10 years. Demolition of Fairview Elementary School started. Easton Express Thirty signatures on a petition tried to save the school. An account of its activities. Easton Express

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1974 1974 1974 1974

Band wins first place at Niagra Falls International band festival. Hicks, Walter Ex-teacher and football coach at Wilson High School. Obituary. St. Mary's Episcopal Church. Built with Blue Mountain stones in 1914. Brief history. FM station established by WEEX. Brief account.

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Y.W.C.A. - Cancer Center

Oct. 4

1974

A.B.E. Airport A.B.E. Airport

April 25 Aug. 27

1975 1975

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June 30

1975

Allentown, PA - Museums Ambulance and Emergency Corps Art - Galleries

Nov. 24 June 6 June 13

1975 1975 1975

Easton Y.W.C.A. to help women detect and prevent cancer - a special clinic in conjunction with American Cancer Society of Northampton County. Groundbreaking ceremonies are held for new airport. Dedication ceremony postponed from Oct. 4 to Nov. 15. Will be ready for occupancy by later date. Fog delays first flight from the new airport. Airport to increase rates when new terminal is completed and in use. Description of the proposed air terminal to cost $11.5 million. Dedication ceremonies. U.S. Rep. Fred B. Rooney speaks on Sunday, Nov. 16. Planned Parenthood Group backs abortion. Picketed at dinner meeting at Sheraton Inn. An account of Edwin S. Braden and his career as an airplane pilot and owner of Braden's Airport, located in Forks Township Northampton County ok's leasing of sites to aid aged. First floor of St. Joseph's Hospice, 123 N. 2nd St., for a multi-service center for the senior citizens. New gallery for the Allentown Art Museum. Ambulance and emergency corps in the Easton and Phillipsburg area. An account of the Frame Gallery, 129 N. Third Street, owned and operated by Herbert A. Snyder.

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Automobiles - Drivers

Feb. 28

1975

Driving test at State Police Headquarters is same Easton Express as originally built in 1951. Twenty five percent of all applicants fail first time. Visiting Nurses Association conducts 10 week mini- Easton Express course on babysitting. Forty two students at the Porter School receive certificates. Schaible's Bakery of Wilson Borough sold to Maier's Bakery of Reading, PA. History of the company. Schaible's Bakery of Wilson Borough sold to Maier's Bakery of Reading, PA. History of the company. New York Italian Bakery established by Sam Caponiella, from New York City in 1936. An account of its history. New York Italian Bakery established by Sam Caponiella, from New York City in 1936. An account of its history. Second annual band festival held at Cottingham Stadium. "First Flag Over the United Colonies Band Festival" won by Wilson High School. Bangor artist, Dennis Collier, wood carver, creates religious carvings. 10-day celebration, June 18-28 concludes with parade on Saturday. Teachers go on strike and parents are angry. Easton National Bank and Trust Company opens a branch in the Easton Parking Garage building. Easton Express

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Dec. 15

1975

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Bakeries

Dec. 30

1975

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Dec. 31

1975

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Feb. 28

1975

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Bakeries

May 17

1975

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Bands

Sept. 16

1975

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Banks

Sept. 24

1975

Easton National Bank and Trust Company opens a Easton Express branch in the Easton Parking Garage building. Barnahite Fathers honor the late Dr. Frank J. Augello, who initiated the order in the Lehigh Valley in 1973. Donald E. Johnson, Bath artist, paints a portrait of President Gerald Ford. Donald E. Johnson, Bath artist, paints a portrait of President Gerald Ford. Nancy Breisch, a senior at Bethlehem Liberty High School, is crowned Northampton County Junior Miss for 1976. Easton's Miss Black Teen Age is crowned. She is Tanya Griffin, a 17 year old Easton High School student. Speech Clinic. Easton Express

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Barnahite Fathers

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1975 1975 1975

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Beauty Contests - Miss Black Teen - Age. Beebe, Helen H. Bell - Easton's Liberty.

Feb. 6

1975

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The Liberty Bell of Northampton County was rung Easton Express to mark the end of the Revolutionary War. It was rung to mark the end of both World War I and II. It was rung for 24 hours by Volunteers on Aug. 14, 1945 to mark the end of World War II. Trek of Liberty Bell re-enacted. Ceremonies held near where Route 412 seperates Northampton and Bucks Counties. Votes to keep Bicentennial Seal. There had been criticism of cross as a symbol. Township's official seal not acceptable to all residents due to use of religious seal. Artist, Wilmer C. Behler, willing to change it. Easton Express

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March 18

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Bethlehem Township, PA Officials

Sept. 16, 1975

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Township's official seal not acceptable to all residents due to use of religious seal. Artist, Wilmer C. Behler, willing to change it. Township manager, Hugh Williams, given full backing by township commissioners after learning he had a criminal record. Religious unit, clergy protest the use of a crucifixion seal. Seal chosen from 33 entries in the contest. Won by Wilmer G. Behler, Hanover Township, because it best depicts township life, past and present. Description and meaning of each design.

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Many residents find fault with the four ward plan. Easton Express Many residents find fault with four ward plan. Christmas card of 1776 showing Courthouse in Centre Square. Designed by Dita Daub. Proceeds from a Christmas card designed by Dita Daub will go toward Bicentennial projects. Easton Express Express Express

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Bicentennial - Dinner

March 12

1975

Bicycling

Nov. 3

1975

Northampton County Bicentennial dinner, held at Express Holiday Inn East, is attended by workers and county officials. Warren Wheelman, a newly -established bicycle Express club, rides from Phillipsburg to Riegelsville. Former Democratic county sheriff and Commissioner of Northamption County dies. Express

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Boyer, E. Albert "Piffy"

Oct. 13

1975

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Braden's Flying Service

Feb. 28

1975

Braden's Flying Service was established in 1934. Express During World War II, flight training was conducted. Cadets from Lafayette College and Air Force cadets received training. Consists of 150 acres along Route 115 in Forks Township. Has a 2,000-foot lighted ru Phillipsburg wants bridge to be painted red, white, Express and blue to commemorate the Bicentennial year. Toll bridge repair job finished. Created a bottleneck for 3 months for motorists. Toll bridge to be resurfaced by Bath firm Joseph Ciccone & Sons (low bidder) for $14,326. Delaware River Joint Toll Bridge Commission toll collectors sport new outfits complete with Bicentennial patch. Mother sues city of Easton for $21 million in damage suit in death of son., Robert Strickland. Bus terminal located at new home - Hotel Easton Express Express

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Bridges, Delaware

Aug. 5

1975

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Bridges, Delaware Bridges, Delaware

Dec. 5 June 26

1975 1975

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Bridges, Delaware

Nov. 4

1975

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Burglary

May 10

1975

Easton Express

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Bus Terminals Bus Terminals Bus Terminals

Aug. 1 Aug. 30 July 1

1975 1975 1975

Express

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Bus terminal located a new home at Hotel Easton Express Bus terminal to move from Bushkill Street at end of month after 29 years of service. DIG suggests that the 5 bus lines temporarily use parking garage at 3rd and Ferry Streets. Scheduled to close, Easton Bus Terminal has an extension to remain open for 30 days. A relocation site is to be found. Bus terminal located at new home - Hotel Easton Express

Bus Terminals

July 2

1975

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Bus Terminals

July 28

1975

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Bus Terminals Bus Terminals Bus Terminals

July 9 June 21 June 3

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Bus Terminals

June 30

1975

Bus Terminals Bus Terminals Bus Terminals Bus Transportation

March 12 May 14 Sept. 3 March 12

1975 1975 1975 1975

Mohican Market on 4th Street, now empty, is rejected as possible bus terminal. Mohican Market on 4th Street, now empty, is looked at for possible bus terminal Bus terminal to move from Bushkill Street at end of month after 29 years of service. DIG suggests that the 5 bus lines temporarily use parking garage at 3rd and Ferry Streets. Scheduled to close, Easton Bus Terminal has an extension to remain open for 30 days. A relocation site is to be found. Lanta eyes joint bus terminal in downtown Easton Lanta seeks a bus terminal. To apply for Federal funds. Bus terminal located at new home - Hotel Easton LANTA proposes linking Slate Belt communities and opening a bus route between the northerly reaches of Northampton County and Easton LANTA cuts fare by 10 cents from 45 to 35 cents. Transfers are increased from 2 to 5 cents.

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Bus Transportation - Fares

April 9

1975

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Business - Banks

Jan. 9

1975

Business - Banks

May 10

1975

Valley Federal Savings female employees wear Easton Express red, white, and blue office apparel in honor of nation's bicentennial. Lafayette Bank opens branch in Wilson Bourough Easton Express at Butler St. and Freemansburg Ave. Lafayette Bank opens branch in Wilson Borough at Easton Express Butler St. and Freemansburg Ave. on May 12.

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Business - Banks

May 13

1975

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Business - Banks Business - Bethlehem

May 9 Nov. 12

1975 1975

Lafayette Bank branch at Butler and Freemansburg. Ad. Bethlehem City Council favors the incorporation of all of Bethlehem into Northampton County. Four western wards lie in Lehigh County. Forks Township planning commission granted approval for the site plan for the proposed $2 million Binney & Smith office building. Binney & Smith may move New York office to Forks Township. To be a $2 million facility and employ 125 persons. Mayor Ashton refuses services to company because of water and sewage treatment. Binney & Smith to break ground in Forks Township. 50,000 square foot office building to be built. To add 125 salaried jobs. West of Kesslerville Road near Church Lane. Bixler's Jewelry Store celebrates its 190th anniversary. Full page advertisement of history and pictures. Hercules Cement Company. Brief history. Hoffman-LaRoche, Inc. Belvedere firm is th eworld's largest producer of vitamin C and other drugs. Easton Car and Constuction Co., Glendon has become a wholly owned subsidiary of Mass Transit Systems Corporation of Philadelphia. Firm formed after the Ernst Weiner Company went bankrupt in 1913.

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Business - Binney & Smith

Aug. 22

1975

Easton Express

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Business - Binney & Smith

July 22

1975

Easton Express

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Business - Binney & Smith Business - Binney & Smith

July 25 Oct. 3

1975 1975

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Business - Bixler's

Nov. 8

1975

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Business - Cement Industry Business - Drugs

Aug. 30 Aug. 16

1975 1975

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Business - Easton Car and Construction

Dec. 22

1975

Easton Express

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Business - Food Industry

Dec. 13

1975

Business - Food Stores

April 10

1975

Business - Food Stores

Dec. 20

1975

Easton Packing Company, 16th and Lehigh Streets Easton Express is a small retail meat outlet. An account of the businesss. Best Market - Vacant store at 5th and Easton Express Northampton Streets untenanted for 15 years gets a paint job - but still and eyesore. Raymond Bartolacci, president of Laneco, Inc. An Easton Express account of his business deals in the food business. Map of the location of all stores. Co-op Super Market, 225 Cattell St. purchased by Easton Express Arnold Falk. Best Market, untenanted for years, still an Easton Express eyesore. Joe's Market, 23 S. Northampton St., a family Easton Express affair for 25 years. Specialty - sandwiches. Laneco, Inc. to take over Forks Township Falk's Easton Express store. Frick Transfer, Inc. opened in 1924 by Leslie C. and Easton Express Carrie M. Frick. Original business was hauling baggage for the Pennsylvania Railroad. At that time, employed 2 persons and 1 truck. Ford Furniture Store located in Washington, New Easton Express Jersey opened it doors in 1891 - still managed by the same family ownership of 3 generations. Bushkill Glass Works, 1046 Pine St. badly damaged Easton Express by fire. Bennet's Hardware Store, grand opening at new Easton Express location, 126 Bushkill Street. Nature's Way, new health store, located on Express Northampton St. across from Hotel Easton

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Business - Food Stores Business - Food Stores Business - Food Stores

Feb. 26 June 7 May 3

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Business - Food Stores Business - Freight Lines

Nov. 6 Feb. 28

1975 1975

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Business - Furniture Stores

Feb. 28

1975

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Business - Glass Industry Business - Hardware Stores Business - Health Stores

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1975 1975 1975

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Business - Hobby Stores

Nov. 29

1975

Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc.

Aug. 18

1975

Hobby Hangout store at 431 Northampton St. Express owned by James Emery who was been in business for 30 years. Account of the store. Seipsville Hotel to be reopened under new name Easton Express and new management. To be called Seipsville Rib House by its new owner, Peter Seip. Middle East Restaurant located north on Route 611, was formerly the Del Chalet and the Golden Ox. An account of the food and entertainment. McDonald's restaurant opens at South Third Street and Riverside Drive. Court House Hotel located at 683 Walnut St. damaged by fire. Wolslayer, Frank. Former treasurer and director of Hotel Easton. Obituary. Stockton Inn, Hunterdon County, N.J. Owned and operated by Colligan Family since 1914. Inn now 250 years old. Shaffer Hotel, Palmer Township, closes its doors. Easton Express

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Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc.

Dec. 11

1975

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Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc. Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc. Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc. Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc.

Feb. 3 Jan. 27 Jan. 6 June 18

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Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc. Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc. Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc.

Oct. 21 Sept. 12 Sept. 8

1975 1975 1975

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Pizza Como restaurant in Phillipsburg blasted by a Easton Express bomb, July 31. Pavilion Restaurant in Harmony Township, N.J., Easton Express has the biggest chef in N.J. John J. Jawback, Jr., 28 years old, 6'4" and 312 pounds, does an excellent job of professional cooking. Kressler, Wolff, and Miller insurance firm robbed Easton Express of $693 during an afternoon holdup. Easton Iron and Metal Company, located at 1110 Easton Express Bushkill Drive, operates a shearer machine which cuts and crushes junk cars.

Business - Insurance Business - Iron Industry

March 18 March 22

1975 1975

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Business - Lawyers

Oct. 18

1975

Business - Lehigh Inc. Business - Losey & Co.

Feb. 28 Feb. 28

1975 1975

Business - Lumber Trade

Dec. 15

1975

African American lawyer breaks tradition in Northampton Co. Tony W. Penn of Forks Township is admitted to County Bar as first African American lawyer. Started in 1927 with 50 employees. Now owned by Victaulic, Inc. as of 1966 Originated from a local blacksmith business founded by Edmund Losey in 1865. Expanded to industrial supplies under the leadership of Arthur A. Kreitz. Bicentennial plate of Forks Township presented to the widow of William B. Eisenhardt Eisenhardt Mills, Inc. Fire damages a 2-story building. Firm produces custom millwork and cabinetry and architectural millwork. Eisenhardt Mills, Inc. Fire damages a 2-story building. Firm produces custom millwork and cabinetry and architectural millwork. Obituary of William B. Eisenhardt, owner of Eisenhardt Mills, Inc., Forks Township. He was an artist in wood. Obituary of Mrs. Harvey F. Mack, owner and chairman of board of Mack Printing Co. Brief history of company. Nazareth firm employs assembly line production combined with handcrafting Obituary of Earl D. Held, musician and bandmaster. He was organizer of the famous allgirl band in 1935. Brief account of his career. Fire in neon sign causes $1,000. damage

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Business - Lumber trade

Nov. 17

1975

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Business - Lumber trade

Nov. 19

1975

Express

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Business - Lumber Trade

Sept. 17

1975

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Business - Mack Printing Co.

Jan. 25

1975

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Business - Martin Guitar Co. Business - Music & Musicians

March 15 Feb. 18

1975 1975

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Business - Orr's Department Store

Nov. 22

1975

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Business - Pfizer & Co.

Aug. 21

1975

Business - Piano Industry Business - Plants/Flowers Business - Real Estate Business - Shop Equipment

April 15 Feb. 6 April 17 May 10

1975 1975 1975 1975

Business - Shopping Malls

Oct. 9

1975

Business - Slate Industry Business - Tailors Business - Taylor-Wharton Co. Business - Woodcarving

May 27 April 8 Feb. 28 Jan. 14

1975 1975 1975 1975 1975

Contributes specially produced graphite concentric sleeves for the Viking spacecraft to Mars. An account of Cornish ragtime piano owned by Charlie Young, an old-time piano player. A plant boutique, The Bloom Room, opens at 247 1/2 Northampton St. Grand opening of Paul Ford Real Estate Agency, Inc. at new location, 126 Bushkill St. Equipto Manufacturing plant at Tatamy Industries manufactures top line steel storage and shop equipment Easton Mall South to be developed by Chartier Ass. Located on tract south of Ferry Street and East of South Third St. Account and pictures of slate quarry; Anthony Dally and Sons at Pen Argyl Obituary of Louis Snyder, Easton tailor for 60 years Founded in 1742. Is oldest company in continuous manufacturing in the US Dennis Collier of Bangor. An account of his work

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Businesses - J. T. Baker Chemical March 8 Company Businesses - J. T. Baker Chemical Nov. 14 Company

1975

Water treatment plant is part of Baker's pollution Easton Express control program which purifies more than 3 million gallons. J. T. Baker Chemical Co. strats construction of Easton Express water treatment program wherby an improved method of water discharge through and industrial outfall pipe containing a series of nozzles through which treated wastewater will be injected uniformly into the ri

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Canals and canaling

Feb. 11

1975

Canals and canaling

Feb. 14

1975

Canal City film showing Easton as a canal town to Express be viewed by public at Sheraton-Easton Inn on Feb. 13 Canal City film showing Easton as a canal town Express viewed by public at Sheraton-Easton Inn on Feb 13 Peace Candle not to glow during holiday season due to work on Centre Square beautification project Pope Paul VI honors Rev. Robert M. Forst of St. Anthonys, Rev. Francis X. Connolly of St. Bernards and William E. Danjczek Survey made of cemeteries and cost of plots in Easton area 88 year old abandoned passenger station destroyed by fire. Located at South 4th and Washington Streets. 88 year old abandoned passenger station destroyed by fire. Located at South 4th and Washington Streets. 88 year old abandoned passenger station destroyed by fire. Located at South 4th and Washington Streets. 88 year old abandoned passenger station destroyed by fire. Located at South 4th and Washington Streets. Beautification plan began April 9, 1975 Centre Square has undergone a complete overhauling and is now more spacious, has brick walkways, fountains - all to emphasize Easton's colonial heritage. Dedication ceremonies commemorating beautification of the area. Express

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Candle (Centre Square)

Oct. 17

1975

p. 1

Catholics

April 2

1975

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Cemeteries Central Railroad - Depot

March 25 Jan. 8

1975 1975

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Central Railroad - Depot

Sept. 17

1975

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Central Railroad - Depot

Sept. 2

1975

Easton Express

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Central Railroad - Depot

Sept. 3

1975

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Centre Square Centre Square

April 9 Dec. 18

1975 1975

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Centre Square

Dec. 20

1975

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Centre Square

Jan. 23

1975

Easton City Council approves a beautification plan Express for Centre Square at a cost of $300,000 Newly-electric streets installed as part of square's beautification plan. Facelifting to start in April. Beautification to cost $300,000. An account of the plan. Easton Area Board of Realtors donates a 900pound concrete game table with checkerboard top. Also 400-pound benches. Progress reduces the number of farm stands at the Circle 200 attended annual dinner at Sheraton Motor Inn. TV celebrity David Frost was guest speaker. Northampton County Childrens' Aid Society to close its doors and its books after 51 years of service. This private agency began in 1972. To allow its function to be handled by county's Chidren's Bureau Shiloh Baptist Church - History Shiloh Baptist Church Episcopal diocesan convention held in Easton, Saturday and Sunday. 325 delegates from 60 parishes attended 104th convention held at St. John's Lutheran Church, 4th and Ferry Sts., Easton. Express Express Express

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Centre Square Centre Square Centre Square

July 29 March 20 May 10

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Centre Square - Market

June 16

1975 1975

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Chamber of Commerce, Easton May 6

Children's Aid Society, Northampton Co.

Feb. 5

1975

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Churches - Baptist Churches - Baptist Churches - Episcopal

Dec. 24 Jan. 25 Dec. 8

1975 1975 1975

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Churches - Episcopal

Feb. 8

1975

Churches - Jehovah's Witnesses June 26

1975

Woman Episcopal minister speaks at Trinity Easton Express Episcopal. The Rev. Carter Hayward, one of 11 women ordained last summer. Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey Easton Express Jehovah's Witnesses hold a 4 day district assembly at Allentown Fairgrounds.

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Churches - Lutheran - Arndt's

Sept. 8

1975

Churches - Moravian

April 26

1975

Arndt's Church in Forks Township to dedicate a Easton Express flagpole as part of Bicentennial plans, on Sunday September 14. Moravian Church of Palmer Township Express congregation experiences real-life Bible message. Seminarian at Moravian Theological Seminary appeared as unkempt stranger and gathered mixed reactions from the members of the church. Rev. Harry H. Maue, minister to Olivet Express Presbyterian Church for 24 years, to resign and to run for mayor post Rev. Harry H. Maue, minister at Olivet Express Presbyterian Church for 24 years, to resdign and to run for mayor post Rev. Elizabeth Beck was a woman minister at Express South Presbyterian Church. A resident for 8 years on the SouthSide, she was known as an activist liberal who involved herself to a total commitment to her God and the community St. Anthony's Youth Center located at 901 Easton Express Washington St. An account of its activities. Msgr. Francis X. Connolly, pastor of St. Bernard's Easton Express and administrator of St. Michael's designated as a monsignor. Both churches celebrated his elevation. Father James A. Farrell, obiturary. Easton Express Father James A. Farrell retires after 47 years of Easton Express service. St. Joseph's Catholic Church Paschal candle, 7 feet Easton Express high made by parishioners for the Easter vigil.

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Churches - Presbyterian

Feb. 11

1975

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Churches - Presbyterian

Feb. 3

1975

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Churches - Presbyterian

Jan. 22

1975

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Churches - St. Anthony's Churches - St. Bernard's

July 28 May 12

1975 1975

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Churches - St. Jane Frances de Chantal Churches - St. Jane Frances de Chantal Churches - St. Joseph

June 18 May 24 April 12

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Clean Up Campaign

Nov. 21

1975

Joseph Grollman and Fred williams, local businessmen, and other volunteers paint and fix up vacant store rooms in downtown Easton.

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Jan. 15

1975

Strike of retail clerks closes 40 Lehigh Valley chain Express food markets and idled 850 union workers Clinton Music Hall theater to be sold to Scott Ward Enterprises which plans to restore the premises and present live theater. Clinton, NJ, Correctional Institution for Women inmates work toward new lives and skills Express

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Clinton, NJ

Jan. 29

1975

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Clinton, NJ

Sept. 3

1975

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Clothing Stores

Aug. 21

1975

Clothing Stores

Aug. 22

1975

Clothing Stores

Feb. 1

1975

Sigal, William C. Express-Times Owner of Sigal & Sons, women's clothing store: obituary. Sigal, William C. Express-Times Obituary -- owner of Sigal's Store. City leaders pay tribute. Joseph's Men's Furnishings, 222 Northampton Express-Times Street, remodeled after October fire. The 46 year old store suffered considerable damage. Spring Garden Exchange: a new children's clothing store on Spring Garden St. New York Tailors. Express-Times Men's clothing store, 407 Northampton Street, sells clothing to celebrities. Valerie Fashions Express-Times Account of the blouse and sportswear apparel factory. Located in Wind Gap. Easton club establishes unit in Palmer Township. Easton Express

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Clothing Stores Clothing Stores

Feb. 27 Sept. 6

1975 1975

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Clothing Trade

Jan. 25

1975

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Clubs - Kiwanis

1975

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Clubs - Kiwanis Clubs - League of Women Voters Clubs - Wilson Democratic Committee of Observation and Inspection for Northampton County Connolly, Msgr. Francis X.

May 17 May 17 July 21 Jan. 8

1975 1975 1975 1975

Easton Club in Palmer Township charted May 16 Voter's guide prepared by members each year Observes 50th year anniversary The minutes are housed at Kirby House, Lafayette College. Brief history of the committee and its functions Pastor of St. Bernard's and administrator of St. Michael's designated as a monsignor. Both churches celebrated his elevation Construction works causes an unplanned blast, causing stones to be hurled thru the court house office windows. Easton City Council has voted to commit $275,000 in federal Community Development Fund. Northampton County Courthouse replica built by Vo-Tech students. Moody's Investor Service withdraws as of January, the rating for Easton. An account of city's bonds and debts. Crime wave in full flower at 5th Street area, including muggings and robberies. Crimes increased in Easton during 1974. Palmer Township Police plan drug data campaign. They will talk to groups of people and distribute literature. Raft race, starting from Smithfield Beach near Shawnee to finish line at Martin's Creek Former PA insurance commissioner speaks out when interviewed by Express reporter

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May 12

1975

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Court House - New - Expansion

July 30

1975

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Court House - New -Expansion

March 14

1975

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Court House -Replica Credit Rating

Feb. 15 May 21

1975 1975

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Crime - Easton, PA Crime - Easton, PA Crime -Drugs

April 26 Jan. 21 Oct. 18

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Delaware River - Rafting

May 29

1975

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Denenberg, Herbert

Feb. 28

1975

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Department Stores

April 12

1975

Department Stores

Aug. 18

1975

Department Stores Department Stores

Nov. 14 Oct. 3

1975 1975

Department Stores District Attorneys Doctors

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Doctors Doctors

Jan. 15 June 3

1975 1975

Wyckoff, A.B., Inc.: Expands services. Started 1850 in Stroudsburg. History of the department store. Falks Department Store in Palmer Township to reopen on November 1, as a new merchandise operation which will include a Shopwell food store. Falk's store chain comes to end. Store chain launched in 1942 by Oscar Falk. Shop-Well markets take over Palmer Township's Falk Store at William Penn Highway and Stones Crossing. Falk's store chain comes to end. Store chain launched in 1942 by Oscar Falk. Jack Gallagher is new district attorney for Northampton County Dr. Barbara DiSalvo was honored by Wilson Girl Scount Troop #446 for her work with city baby clinic. Obituary for Dr. Frank Augello, Podiatrist. Doctors in Easton decide against a medical slowdown because of malpractice insurance. Bombah contest held at park New director Elizabeth B. John was former promotional director for the Bethlehem Plaza Mall. Will replace Philip J. Levine DIG chief may run parking garage DIG chief may run parking garage DIG honors George S. Chartier (Sheraton Motor Inn) and Fred A. Williams (Gas Station) on Riverside Plaza

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Dorney Park June 27 Downtown Improvement Group Dec. 22 (DIG) Downtown Improvement Group Jan. 10 (DIG) Downtown Improvement Group Jan. 22 (DIG) Downtown Improvement Group May 20 (DIG)

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Drinking Easton Area Public Library

May 3 May 27

1975 1975

Easton Area Public Library Borrowing

Jan. 27

1975

Teenagers find drinking in Phillipsburg can mean Express night in jail Library contingency fund no hidden asset, as Easton Express asserted by Supt. Beers. Letter to editor of Express by library board treasurer, L E. Hammond. As a district center, The Easton Library has Easton Express entered into reciprocal borrowing agreements on Feb. 3 with the 5 libraries in the district. Easton armory task force says effort is in vain. Efforts to gain structure from the state have failed. Plan for acquiring armory as a community center is lagging. City likely to receive armory from state. First newspaper in U.S. to receive and use a production model of Assoc. Press. "Lasserphoto" transmitting and receiving system. To celebrate International Want Ad Week April 1320 free "want ads" to be accepted from unemployed persons. Uses Easton Flag and U.S. Flag in color on Masthead starting July 1, 1976. Free Press sold to Express on Sept. 30. To be independent of Express - to be a weekly paper for the Phillipsburg area. Project committee of the Eastern Pa. Comprehensive Health Planning Board (CHPB) refused to recommend a proposed $7.5 million 83 bed addition to Easton Hospital. Easton Express

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Easton Armory

June 5

1975

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Easton Express - Special Features Easton Express - Special Features Easton Free Press

April 12

1975

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Easton Hospital - Addition

Aug. 28, Nov. 14

1975

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Easton Hospital - Addition

Sept. 29

1975

Project committee of the Eastern Pa. Easton Express Comprehensive Health Planning Board (CHPB) refused to recommend a proposed $7.5 million 83 bed addition to Easton Hospital. Chaplains' program at Easton Hospital to be revitalized by 21 local ministers. Emergency room care under criticism. Emergency ban lifted. Had been overcrowded. Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express

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Easton Hospital - Chaplains' Program Easton Hospital - Emergency Room Easton Hospital - Hours Easton Hospital - Malpractice Easton Hospital - Trustees

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Easton Hospital school of nursing Easton Hospital-School

May 17 nov.14

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Easton Parking Authority Easton Parking Authority Easton Parking Authority

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Easton Schoolmen's Association April 19

Judge Grifo rules that Easton Hospital is defendant Easton Express in malpractice suit. Board of trustees opposes slate belt plan. That a Easton Express small free-standing general hospital, such as proposed for that area would not be most economical or efficient way to meet the needs of the communities of that area. The 68th class closes the school of nursing. Easton Express Brief account of the end of an era. Expands its role as a teaching facility.It has Easton Express agreements with area colleges to send student nurses for training. Northampton Area Community College, East Stroudsburg State College and Cedar Crest college. Cedes parking garage control to the city to Easton Express operate. Cedes parking garage control to the city to Easton Express operate. Wants to get rid of the downtown Parking Garage - Easton Express wants the city to run it. Awards citizenship honors to Palmer Police Chief, Easton Express Nick Di Vietro and Mrs. Sandra Strausser.

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Easton, City of Redevelopment Easton, City of - Employees Easton, City of - Fire Department - Equipment Easton, City of - Fire Department - Firemen

July 22

1975

May 27 Dec. 16 May 13

1975 1975 1975

South 6th Street residents complain of noise, dirt, loss of home and dangerous trenches and exposed gas pipes. Edward K. Lucey, Easton city controller for 14 years, defeated for reelection by 8 votes. 33-year-old hook and ladder to be sold at public auction City fireman, Michael Masterson, suspended by Mayor Ashton for displaying a political sticker on his car while parked on city parking grounds. Mrs. Tinker-Vitelli, first woman candidate for mayor, files as a Democrat Police chief John Young asked all policemen (56 men) to trim down their weight. Limit - 3 pounds for every inch of height. Thanksgiving Day football game to continue to use police dogs Easton policeman John Harman and Mayor Ashton have controversy over political sticker on Harman's car when it is parked on city property.

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Easton, City of - Mayors Easton, City of - Police Dept. Discipline Easton, City of - Police Dept. Dogs Easton, City of - Police Dept. Employees

Jan. 10 Feb. 20

1975 1975

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Easton, City of - Police Dept. Employees

April 21

1975

Easton policeman John Harman and Mayor Ashton Express have controversy over political sticker on Harman's car when it is parked on city property Mayor Ashton disapproves of the bumper sticker Express for councilman James Masterson on patrolman John Harman's car Easton policeman John Harman and Mayor Ashton Express have controversy over political sticker on Harman's car when it is parked on city property

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Easton, City of - Police Dept. Employees

Sept. 20

1975

Easton policeman John Harman and Mayor Ashton Express have controversy over political sticker on Harman's car when it is parked on city property Mrs. Strickland sues Easton for $20 million. Files Express suit in federal court claiming police shot and killed her son Robert because he was African American. Police fined month's pay in coverup in Strickland case City shows slight gain in populationsince 197029,450. Changes in shifting population, new housing units and demolition of the downtown area. South 6th Street residents complain of noise, dirt, loss of home and dangerous trenches and exposed gas pipes. Mayor Ashton signs bill to close Lehigh St. This provides way for new office building behind the courthouse. Lehigh St. residents between 11th and 12th St. have a street picnic upon the completion of reconstruction of that part of Lehigh St. which had taken almost a year Lehigh St. residents between 11th and 12th Streets have a street picnic upon the completion of reconstruction of that part of Lehigh Street which had taken almost a year. The old street names will be back for the year of 1976. Council voted to accede to the request of the Bicentennial Commission to restore original names of north-south streets. Express Express

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Easton, City of - Streets - Third Nov. 8 Street Easton, City of -Fire Department - Firemen

1975 1975

Easton to assume title to 3rd St. which had long been part of Route 611 City fireman, Michael Masterson, suspended by Mayor Ashton for displaying a political sticker on his car while parked on city parking grounds. City fireman, Michael Masterson, suspended by Mayor Ashton for displaying a political sticker on his car while parked on city parking grounds. Harmon files sticker suit. Parks his car on library parking lot. Obituary of William Wannamaker, Captain from 1948 to 1968 Businessmen set to revive the South Side Civic Association. It had been effective to the community before World War II. The 68th class closes the school of nursing. Brief account of the end of an era. Easton Area High School band has been desingnated as an official Pa. Bicentennial Band by the state's Bicentennial Commission. Easton Area School District custodians stay off school job and continue to picket. Easton Area School District custodians stay off school job and continue to picket. Easton Area School District custodians stay off school job and continue to picket. Lieberman Tract option picked up from Easton Area School District by J.M. Nicholas Corp. No middle school to be built in the tract. Price was $200,000.

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Education - Northampton June 6 County Area Community College Education - Northampton Sept. 9 County Area Community College - Curriculum

1975

NCACC buys a computer at $118,411 to extend college teaching facilities.

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NCACC to institute program for funeral directory. Easton Express Funeral directors throughout the state launched a fund -raising campaign to raise $150,000 to build a mortuary science laboratory at the college. Obituary of Salvatore A. Mazzeo Easton Express

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March 28

1975

Fires Flag - Pa.

Nov. 29 Nov. 18

1975 1975

Family Counseling of Northampton County, Pa. Easton Express Director, Johanna Akkerbury retires. An account of her work. Family Counseling of Northampton County, Pa. Easton Express Director, Johanna Akkerbury retires. An account of her work. Gateway Terrace Apartment in Palmer Township. Easton Express New flag proposed for Pa. by George Hackett. Used the base pattern of Easton's old flag. Easton Express

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Oct. 21

1975

Flag - Stamp Flag Day Flags Flags Flags

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Easton attorney, John Francis Goldsmith designs a Easton Express simplified flag for the state. Bears a strong resemblance to Easton flag. Turned down for postage stamp display. Easton Express Mayor Ashton sets "Easton Flag Day" as July 8. Easton Express Mayor Fred L. Ashton presents flag for flagpole of Easton Express Bethlehem Bank, First Valley. Easton Express uses flag on mast head of front Easton Express page. Easton Express to sell replica of flag for $10. Easton Express History of flag given.

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Aug. 18

1975

Food - Preservation Ford, Gerald - President of U.S. Forks Township - Bicentennial

July 24 April 25 Dec. 15

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Twenty years ago, August 18, terrible flood of 1955. Paper marks anniversary in words and pictures. Home canning firms unable to meet the demand for lids. Bath artist, Donald E. Johnson, paints portrait of President Gerald Ford. Bicentennial plate of Forks Township presented to the widow of Mr. William B. Eisenhardt.

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Forks Township - Emergency Squad

April 21

1975

Presents plaque to Mrs. Guy R. Serfass, to honor Easton Express her husband, killed while investigating a traffic accident on Rt. 115. Communications room to be named in his honor. Forks Township Emergency Squad acquires its third ambulance. The 1949 model was sold to squad by Ingersoll - Rand Co. for $100. An account of the squad's activities. 10 area foster families honored by Northampton County Children's Bureau. Commissioners proclaim "Action for Foster Children Week." Account of the bureau's work. Easton Express

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Fourth of July Frost, David

July 3 May 6

1975 1975

Celebrations of past years recalled by senior Easton Express citizens of the area. Easton Area Chamber of Commerce Annual dinner Easton Express at Sheraton Motor Inn - 200 attended. David Frost, TV celebrity, guest speaker.

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Nov. 18

1975

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April 7

1975

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Feb. 8

1975

Girl Scouts Girl Scouts Glendon - Traffic Go-Go Dancers Goldsmith Family Gracedale - Dedication Gracedale - Dedication Gracedale - Employees Gracedale - Employees Gracedale - Employees Gracedale - Employees Gracedale - Employees Gracedale - Employees Gracedale - Employees Gracedale - Employees

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Tony Swartz, a blind student at Moravian, invented game for both the sighted and bilnd: "Everybody Wants to be President." Northampton County Agricultural Extension Office offers seeds at 60 cents a pack to encourage the citizens to start their own gardens to combat inflation. Fred Williams, owner of William's Exxon Car Care Center, at Riverside Plaza, is a believer in downtown Easton. Brief history of the group in the Easton area. Polly Miller retires after serving 21 years as director of the Paxinosa Girl Scout district. Police ban illegal truck traffic. Male dancers at Kingwood Inn, in rural Hunterdon County. Goldsmith, Mrs. Mary Louise. Obit. To dedicate new wing on Saturday, February 15, 1975. Tours to be conducted. Employees accept new contract. Picketing employees charge police harassment. Picketing employees charge police harassment. Picketing employees charge police harassment. Employees accept new contract. Picketing employees charge police harassment. Employees picket at County Courthouse. Employees picket at County Courthouse.

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Gracedale - Fee

Jan. 9

1975

Daily rates for patients raised from $10 to $40 per Easton Express day. Reflects actual cost and is made to receive full benefit of federal reimbursements. Obit. Former Vice President of Flock Embossing Corp. Was an outstanding mason. Easton Express

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Grifo, Richard D. Hackett Park - Field House

Feb. 15 May 1

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July 14

1975

Easton police post guard at Grifo's home after Easton Express telephone threats on his life. $4000 field house to be built in Hackett Park Easton Express through the efforts of the Easton Midget Booster Association. Funeral director, operated Hagerty Colonial Home Easton Express in Phillipsburg from 1909 to 1970. Obit. New Hampton General Store, a 200 year old store building in Hampton, N.J. handles a big mail order business. Vandal s damage some 50 tombstones. A theatrical legend with her roots in a Warren County, N.J. farm. Bob Hope's white Lincoln Continental loses its license plates in Phillipsburg and is towed away. Matter cleared up after ownership established. Easton Express

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1975

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Hay's Cemetery Holm, Celeste Hope, Bob

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Housing - 4th & Ferry Streets

Jan. 31

1975

Opening of United Auto Workers Housing Easton Express Corporation (UAW) apartments at 4th and Ferry Streets. 98 unit project after some delay to open. Project was proposed in July, 1968.

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Housing - 4th & Ferry Streets

July 3

1975

Opening of United Auto Workers Housing Easton Express Corporation (UAW) apartments at 4th and Ferry Streets. 98 unit project after some delay to open. Project was proposed in July, 1968. Phillipsburg Area Historical Society in favor of preserving the Howell House, oldest building in the town. An Arts Center proposed in Moore Park. An Arts Center proposed in Moore Park. Organization formed in 1974 in Easton and operates on volunteer help and is designed to give a boost to those who need it. Group honors three local persons at banquet. Dr. Barbara DiSalva. Mrs. Katherine Peterson. Mr. Thomas Bright. Easton Express

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Howell Family

April 28

1975

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Hugh Moore Parkway Hugh Moore Parkway Humanitarians

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Humanitarians

Sept. 2

1975

Organization formed in 1974 in Easton and Easton Express operates on volunteer help and is designed to give a boost to those who need it. Group honors three local persons at banquet. Dr. Barbara DiSalva. Mrs. Katherine Peterson. Mr. Thomas Bright. Jesus Christ wins unanimous approval of Phillipsburg School Board. Jesus Christ wins unanimous approval of Phillipsburg School Board. Phillipsburg High School bans the drama club from presenting the rock opera. Jesus Christ wins unanimous approval of Phillipsburg School Board. Performance given by Phillipsburg High School. Had been under a question of legality due to community complaints. Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express

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Jewish Community Center Jewish Community Center Jews

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Phillipsburg High School bans the drama club from presenting the rock opera. Phillipsburg High School bans the drama club from presenting the rock opera. Phillipsburg High School bans the drama club from presenting the rock opera. Performance given by Phillipsburg High School. Had been under a question of legality due to community complaints. Phillipsburg High School bans the drama club from presenting the rock opera. Jesus Christ wins unanimous approval of Phillipsburg School Board. Phillipsburg High School bans the drama club from presenting the rock opera. Performance given by Phillipsburg High School. Had been under a question of legality due to community complaints. Performance given by Phillipsburg High School. Had been under a question of legality due to community complaints. Decides to sell building at 660 Ferry St., and look for a new home. First time in its 65 years a woman is elected president of the center. Mrs. Sidney Kaplan. United Jewish Appeal Fund Drive held at Sheraton Motor Inn. Jack Sher honored. Speaker Amnon Rafael, Israeli lawyer and lecturer. Former football official. Obituary. Established in 1966. An account of its work. Established in 1966. An account of its work. Established in 1966. An account of its work.

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Lafayette College - Fund Drive

Oct. 11

1975

Sets up fund of $150,000 as an act of generosity Express aimed at helping area students get a higher education. To be part of the Madison Porter Fund. Victory Train to carry 900 enthusiastic Lafayette Express basketball supporters to New York City's Madison Square Garden. Meet St. John's basketball team. U. S. Attorney Elliot Richardson is speaker at Lafayette graduation. Ralph Nader speaks at Lafayette College and blasts the nuclear power plant plan. Obituary Tributes to his achievements. Medical experiments by 5 scientists rides into space with Apollo. Rail buffs of the area enjoy ride on old locomotives on the Valley line. James Flagg, Easton Express staff writer, writes an account of former sports writer for Call-Chronicle and newspaper writer. The Liberty Bell of Northampton County was rung to mark the end of the Revolutionary War; rung to mark the end of both World War I and World War II; rung for 24 hours by Volunteers on August 14, 1945 (The day before V-J Day 1945 - Victory over Japan) to m Express Express Express Express Express Easton Express Express

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Feb. 28

1975

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Little Stone House Lotteries

Sept. 11 July 1

1975 1975

Museum leased to Easton group for preservation. Express Allentown native hits jackpot of $1million. Ernest Express Baringer wins $1,000. for life.

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Lower Mt. Bethel

April 29

1975

Washington Township boundary line uncertain since Lower Mt. Bethel was created in 1871. Northampton County Prothonotary, Ernest J. DiSalvatore accused of macing his employees. Arraigned before magistrate David Reibman. An Easton doctor, Dr. Donald H. Smith, urged the Judiciary Committee of Pa. House of Representatives to draft legislation to ease the medical malpractice crisis in the state.

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1975

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Manpower

Oct. 27

1975

Maple Syrup

April 14

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Mary Meuser Memorial Library June 12 Mary Meuser Memorial Library Oct. 2 Maue, Rev. Harry Maue, Rev. Harry July 21 June 30

Lehigh Valley Manpower opens a skilled training Easton Express center at 683 Northampton Street, formerly the Easton Armory. Paul Oxford, of North Bangor, taps his maple trees Easton Express and makes syrup. Wilson residents want to keep library. Easton Express Book Sale. Easton Express

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To be manager of this year's Democratic campaign Easton Express for city of Easton. Retiring minister and defeated mayoral candidate Easton Express has article as he sees Easton and its problems. Mrs. Jacob Mayer. Obit. GOP woman bids for mayor. Mrs. Walter Creveling announces her candidacy. Lehigh Valley Medical experiments by 5 scientists rides into space with Apollo. Bicentennial events, parades mark this year's Memorial Day. Ethnic fete at Meuser Park after parade. Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express

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May 1

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Aug. 28

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1975

Moore, Dr. George

April 28

1975

Former N.J. Governor receives "Distinguished Citizen Award" from the Minsi Trails Boy Scout Council. Former N.J. Governor receives "Distinguished Citizen Award" from the Minsi Trails Boy Scout Council. Hacketts Park. $4,000 field house to be built in Hacketts Park through the efforts of the Easton Midget Booster Association. Northampton County's first park dedicated. Site of Park is in Upper Mount Bethel Township - 305 acre tract on a lake created by Pa. Fish Commission by damming a branch of Martin's Creek. Northampton County's first park dedicated. Site of Park is in Upper Mount Bethel Township - 305 acre tract on a lake created by Pa. Fish Commission by damming a branch of Martin's Creek. Easton dentist and first football trainer at Easton High School and Lafayette College. Obituary.

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Feb. 21

1975

Obit. Realtor founded W.L. Moore & Son, 26 N. Easton Express 3rd St. in 1920. Friends of the Public Library of Nazareth sponsors Easton Express a historic tour of Nazareth. Benefit for the library to provide microfilming of local newspaper - The Nazareth Item. Easton's black educators reveal needs. A five hour Easton Express minority symposium held at Sheraton Inn.

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Oct. 18

1975

Black lawyer breaks tradition in Northampton County. Tony W. Penn, of Forks Township, admitted to County Bar as first Black lawyer. A.N.P.A. installs an autoreader device developed for speedy newspaper copy processing.

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July 14

1975

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Northampton Co., PA - Charter Study Northampton Co., PA - Home Rule Charter

Sept. 25 Nov. 15

1975 1975

Northampton County Government Study Express Commission presents plan Northampton County Government Study Express Commission proposed that the County be divided into 4 districts to elect certain members of a 9member legislative council recommended by their proposed home rule charter Requests a fifth judge to assist in the courtload of Express cases Prison board restricts inmates' telephone calls Express Northampton Convalescent Center, 5th & Easton Express Washington Street opened. A new 76-bed nursing home and 2 apartment Easton Express buildings with 77 units proposed in area to be cleared under Courthouse Urban Renewal Project. To be located on Fifth Street across from Northampton Convalescent Home. Odenwelder's properties, including apartment Easton Express house, May's Men Store, former Mohican market and parking lot, sold for a total of $181,000. Formerly owned by heirs of Asher Odenwelder's will.

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Old Mine Road, Warren County, Sept. 8 N.J.

1975

Rep. Helen S. Meyner, of N.J., took action with the Easton Express N.J. Dept. of Environmental Protection to have the Old Mine Road included in the national register of historic sites. Statewide strike hits all Pa. workers throughout the state. Followed rejection of 3.5% wage increase. Statewide strike hits all Pa. workers throughout the state. Followed rejection of 3.5% wage increase. Statewide strike hits all Pa. workers throughout the state. Followed rejection of 3.5% wage increase. Palm reader in Easton. Article on Anna Zena and her establishment at 509 Northampton St. Brief story on its creation and progress. Easton City Councilman, Thomas Goldsmith, to review township's plan to construct a plant to turn trash into pellets which can be burned in cement or power plants. Bicentennial ball to usher in 1976. Affair to be held in Palmer Park Mall. Palmer Township Historical Society collecting items for preservation. New historical group of the township trying to acquire the Seipsville Hotel for an historic building. Easton Express

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May 20

1975

Purchase of 50 acres of land along Lehigh River for Easton Express $87,000. To be used for recreational purposes.

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Easton City Councilman, Thomas Goldsmith, to review township's plan to construct a plant to turn trash into pellets which can be burned in cement or power plants. Robley Adams, appointed manager of the $3.5 million multilevel garage at South Third and Ferry Streets. He is garage's first full-time manager. Points to defects in the job. Fire damages parking garage elevator. Mrs. Tinker Vitelli, candidate for mayor, sees a garden sport in a section of the parking garage. DIG director to run garage. DIG director to run garage.

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City of Easton losing more than $200,000 a year in Easton Express the operation of the downtown parking building. Garage windows to be replaced by firm. Windows Easton Express on south side do not measure up to standard. Garage windows to be replaced by firm. Windows Easton Express on south side do not measure up to standard. Garage windows to be replaced by firm. Windows Easton Express on south side do not measure up to standard. Robley Adams, appointed manager of the $3.5 Easton Express million multilevel garage at South Third and Ferry Streets. He is garage's first full-time manager. Points to defects in the job. Obit. Northampton County Commissioner, 1931, Easton Express 1935.

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Pen Argyl, Pa. - Education

Dec. 6

1975

Residents help to build, financially, Peace Corps school in Africa. Miss Marjorie May, retired Pen Argyl High School teacher, visits the schools and gives an account of her findings. School has a new close circuit radio station WHAT - run by students. Band has new outfits. Formed by interested citizens. First goal to save Gess House. Designed officially as a Bicentennial Community. Ceremonies in opening headquarters. St. James Lutheran Church, Straw Church Circle, Pohatcong Township, received letter from President Ford congratulating church on its 225th anniversart. St. James Lutheran Church (known as Straw Church) to celebrate its 225th anniversary. History of the church. Teen-agers find drinking in Phillipsburg can mean night in jail. P'Burg's newest firm is really its oldest. Sale of Warren Piple Division of Canron Inc. to McWane Cast Iron Pipe Co. Brief history of firm.

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Phillipsburg, N.J. - Monuments

May 27

1975

30 years and 9 months after dedication, the honor Easton Express roll for World War II, located at Pursel Hill and Steel Hill was rededicated with ceremonies. Monument on old town lot remains, but all other Easton Express buildings torn down. Brief history.

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Phillipsburg, N.J. - Officials

April 23

1975

Town council appoints new town manager - James Easton Express A. Miceli, of St. Louis Park, Minn. Salary $21,000. Legal dilemma complicates reorganization of Easton Express council. Elected official, William M. Norton, delays taking council oath. Park planned along Delaware River from a point Easton Express near Stockton Street northward beyond the Route 22 toll bridge - about 1 mile. Vandalism. Easton Express Park planned along Delaware River from a point Easton Express near Stockton Street northward beyond the Route 22 toll bridge - about 1 mile. Vandalism. Jaycees planned and dedicated Veterans Band Shell in Park. History of Reese school. Sitgreaves school is demolished. St. Philip and James Elementary School to celebrate a Thanksgiving Mass as part of the school's 100th anniversary. Phillipsburg's newest school officially designated as the Andover-Morris School. Previously known as the "Downtown School." Brief history of the Phillipsburg Area and the selection of the school's name. Lovell School, built in 1890 and later became Municipal Building in 1928. Reese School, built as P'Burg High School in 1908. An account of the schools. School Board eliminates the teaching of Latin in the high school. Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express

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1975

Miss Lillian M. Hauser chosen as the recipient of Easton Express the 3d annual "Friend of Education" award of the Phillipsburg Education Association. Steve Young of Bethlehem is a collector of these old machines. Oil pipeline completion closes long fight. Story of the project and the men who did the work. Easton Express Easton Express

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Pocono Playhouse

Jan. 25

1975

Original owner of Playhouse dies - Mrs. Rowena Easton Express Stevens. Theater opened in 1947 and seated 500. Located in Stroud Township, Monroe County. An account of the animals. Slate Belt contractor fined for fish kill in Little Bushkill Creek. 11-city test pinpoints pollution. Pa. Bureau of Mediation undecided on pregnancy disability aid. Easton Area School District Solicitor Edward J. Malas said pregnancy alone is not an illness. Mrs. Diane McColleene-Thorne, teacher, protested. Argo - 8 ft. python belonging to Auana Lynn, owner of the store called "The Journey Beyond," located at 17 N. 4th St., disappeared from window display case. Later appeared well and happy. Railroad ends service to the Lehigh Valley area. Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express

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May 24

1975

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Railroads - Lehigh & New England Railroads - Lehigh Valley Railroad RAPP

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1975 1975 1975

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1975

RAPP Reibman, Jeanette Reibman, Jeanette Riegelsville, Pa. - Annexation

March 22 Sept. 4 Sept. 5 July 15

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Riegelsville, Pa. - Bicentennial Riegelsville, Pa. - Emergency Squad Riegelsville, Pa. - Schools

March 3 March 13 Dec. 20

1975 1975 1975

Regional agenda for problems, prospects, and Easton Express priorities laboratory, held the weekend of March 89. TV program broadcasted live on Channel 39. Easton Express To be a candidate for the U.S. Senate in 1976 Easton Express campaign. Democrats uncertain of her chances. Easton Express Easton Area School Board refused a petition to Easton Express annex 300 acres in Riegelsville from the Palisades School District. To begin Bicentennial activities on May 25 during Easton Express the annual Memorial Day parade. Emergency squad has open house and displays Easton Express new ambulance. Spring Water School, Riegelsville, R.D. 1, closing Easton Express due to lack of funds. An account of its work. Closing. Easton Express Residents of the borough donate toward the price Express of their old schoolhouse. Purchase price from Easton Area School District is $2,000. Vandals strike city pool at park and cause $700 damage. Kilometer easing out the mile in New Jersey's highway network. Postal funds stolen from Scherer Gift Shop, 700 West Berwick Street. Lafayette College graduate, Larry Fast, tells of his trials in breaking in on the Rock scene. Diamond S. Rodeo and Wild West Show at Warren County Fairgrounds. Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express

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June 24 Sept. 9

1975 1975

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Riverside Park Roads - N.J. Robbery Rock Band Rodeo

July 19 Sept. 12 Jan. 16 July 16 July 18

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Sept. 5

1975

Roseberry-Gess House

May 22

1975

Roseto, Pa. - Post Office Salvation Army

April 19 May 21

1975 1975

U.S. Representative says his interest in people keeps him on the go. Article by Express reporter, David Calley, gives an account of two days' activities. Phillipsburg Area Historical Society has headquarters in historic house. An account of the house. Wins appeal to keep U.S. Post Office. Account of its services in Easton. Came to Easton in 1891, with first base at 34 S. Union St. Easton flutist calm in debut with the New York Philharmonic Orchestra. Easton High School Day - Honoree: Charles E. Bartolet, Sr. former athletic coach at the high school. Easton High School Day - Honoree: Charles E. Bartolet, Sr., former athletic coach at the high school. Nursery school at First Presbyterian Church, Spring Garden Street. Senior citizens adopted by high school students for a day. Adopt a Grandparent program. EAHS students to produce first film entitled "Golden Reel Awards. EASD Director of pupil personnel service and director of guidance to be a combined position. David A. DeWalt appointed. Easton Area High School faculty. Girls' coaching track job goes to a male. Pet lending library is a hit with Palmer Township pupils.

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Schocker, Gary Schools - Easton High School Day Schools - Easton High School Day Schools - Nursery Schools - Senior Citizens

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Schools - Students Schools - Teachers

June 3 Jan. 14

1975 1975

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Schools - Teachers Schools - Tracy

Nov. 11 Nov. 14

1975 1975

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Schools - Voc-Tech Schools - Wrestling Scuba Diving Senior Citizen Center Senior Citizens - Easton Area High School Sewerage Sewerage Sewerage Sewerage Sewerage Sher, Jack Snakes Snakes Social Security Act

June 16 Nov. 11 Sept. 20 Oct. 29 Nov. 13

1975 1975 1975 1975 1975

Students fixed old fire trucks for Forks Township fire company. EAHS student, Malanie Stettz, to be the first female candidate for wrestling in Pa. Nazareth man, Raymond Morrow, conducts scuba diving instruction school. Opens. Senior citizens adopted by high school students for a day. Adopt a Grandparent program. Suburbs to build own sewage plant. Big question for 1975 was whether the Easton sewer plant should be expanded. Suburbs to build own sewage plant. Suburbs to build own sewage plant. Suburbs to build own sewage plant. Honored for 50 years at Jewish Community Center. Python on display at a shop on 17 N. 4th St., called the Journey Beyond, is called Argo. He disappeared into the woodwork and was not able to be coaxed out of hiding. Equal rights fight leads to benefits for Easton widower. Jeffrey Sawyer applies for "father's benefits" under the law. Lehigh University medical experiments by 5 scientists rides into space with Apollo. To have open house over weekend. Description of new facility. Stewartsville Presbyterian Church to celebrate 125th anniversary of its founding. Stewartsville Presbyterian Church to celebrate 125th anniversary of its founding. Old Stone House Tour Saturday, April 26.

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Space Medicine SPCA Stewartsville, N.J. - Churches Stewartsville, N.J. - Churches Stone House Tour

July 21 Aug. 21 Nov. 1 Nov. 16 April 28

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Stroudsburg, Pa. - Schools

May 31

1975

Sunday Sales Tatamy, Pa. - Industries Tea Party

Dec. 1 May 10 April 18

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Telephone - Directory Tennis

Feb. 5 Feb. 24

1975 1975

Tennis

Nov. 21

1975

Stroudsburg Area School Board agrees to honor " Sunshine Law" and open door policy at their meetings. If this future policy is enforced, the Express will take no action. The first Sunday sales for the Christmas shopping season proved successful. Equipto manufactures top line steel storage and shop equipment. Easton's "T" party held April 26 to celebrate the original T party of 100 years ago. Five historic buildings visited by the public. Fund for the Little Stone House Museum. Telephone books in the area have smaller print. The public complained. Groundbreaking for a $1 million indoor and outdoor public tennis club is on a 6 acre site north of Palmer and Bethlehem Townships. Ready in May. Northwood Racquet Club, located on Rt. 248, 1/4 mile south of Rt. 33, in Lower Nazareth Township offers indoor tennis facilities.

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Tennis Theaters - Eric Twin Theater

Sept. 25 June 25

1975 1975

Northwood Racquet Club in Palmer Township Easton Express ready for grand opening. Eric Twin Theaters on 3rd Street, located near Easton Express Sheraton Inn, to open formally, Wednesday evening, June 25, 1975. Shows: French Connection Two and The Return of the Pink Panther. Eric Twin Theaters on 3rd Street, located near Easton Express Sheraton Inn, to open formally, Wednesday evening, June 25, 1975. Shows: French Connection Two and The Return of the Pink Panther.

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Theaters - Eric Twin Theater

June 26

1975

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Tobacco Vandalism Veterans of Foreign Wars Vietnamese Vietnamese Vietnamese Vitelli Family

June 25 May 30 May 13 Aug. 13 June 7 Sept. 6 June 16

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Vitelli Family

May 8

1975

Volunteers of America Waffle Walk for Development Warren Hospital - Addition Warren Hospital Demonstrations Wars - Vietnam War Wars - World War II Monument

July 30 April 19 May 2 July 3 Jan. 27

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May 1 Jan. 29

1975 1975

Account of an old tobacco factory still operating at Carversville, Bucks County. A survey of vandalism in our schools. Lt. E.C. Baker Post #1290 celebrates 50th anniversary. Easton's first refugee families arrive and are welcome by the community. Easton's first refugee families arrive and are welcome by the community. Easton's first refugee families arrive and are welcome by the community. Vitelli, Mrs. Alice (Tinker), unsuccessful candidate for office of mayor, gives her view on seeking the office. Vitelli, Mrs. Alice (Tinker), unsuccessful candidate for office of mayor, gives her view on seeking the office. An account of the work of the volunteers. Giant waffle made by students at the Lower Nazareth Elementary School. Route and checkpoints announced; about 3,000 volunteers to march. Groundbreaking for $3 million addition. Some 350 persons demonstrated in front of Warren Hospital - sponsored by the Warren County Right to Life Committee. War examined: financial, political, military and moral. Phillipsburg, NJ, 30 years and 9 months after dedication , the honor roll for World War II, located at Pursel Hill and Steel Hill was rededicated with ceremonies.

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Wars - World War II Monument

May 27

1975

World War II monument Phillipsburg, N.J.. 30 Years and 9 months after dedication, the honor roll for World War II, located at Pursel Hill and Steel Hill was rededicated with ceremonies. Easton Suburban Water Authority to cease functioning. An account of its history. Supply in Easton-Phillipsburg area has minute cancer-causing substances. But no evidence that the amount is in sufficient concentration to cause alarm. Supply in Easton-Phillipsburg area has minute cancer-causing substances. But no evidence that the amount is in sufficient concentration to cause alarm. Welfare workers from two unions picketed Public Assistance headquarters on South Riverside Drive, protesting poor working conditions in their new building which opened last April (1974). Mrs. Shirley Smith held robber at gun point until police arrived. Three men had robbed A&P supermarket and 15th and Northampton Streets. Heritage day to be ovserved August 2 at Fire Company No. 1 Hall. To buy property at 2201 Northampton St., adjacent to park for a community center. Cost approximately $35,000. Council agrees not to purchase property at 2201 Northampton Street for a community center.

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Water - Authority Water - Substances

April 23 April 19

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April 3

1975

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Welfare Office - Employees

Feb. 19

1975

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Williams Township - Crimes Williams Township - Crimes Williams Township - Heritage Day Wilson Borough - Parks

Feb. 19 Feb. 20 July 23 Jan. 14

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Wilson Borough - Parks

March 11

1975

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Wilson Borough - Police

March 8, 13, 14, 15

1975

Police-mayor controversy still smoldering. At present time no chief or ranking officer for the police department.

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Wilson High School - Faculty Wilson School District Superintendents Wind Gap - Bicentennial

Oct. 16

1975

Pellen, Max F. Retired Wilson school teacher. Obit. Easton Express Stanley L. Kessler, superintendent, resigns. Slate Belt Bicentennial to feature a slate village for bicentennial tours. Held a 2 - day series of meetings on equal rights for women at the ABE Airport's Glass Terrace Room. First girl wrestler in Pa. Easton Junior High girl wrestler Melanie Stettz loses in debut. Califon, N.J. claims nation's oldest x-ray laboratory. Brief history. Teenagers find drinking in Phillipsburg can mean night in jail. Fire of electrical origin at 41 N. 3rd St. on first floor. The father of wrestling of Easton High School became the second resident of the Lehigh Valley to be elected to the Hall of Fame of the National Football Foundation. Airport setting up telephone information program to help foreign-speaking visitors. 30th year festivities at A.B.E. Wilfred M. "Wiley" Post commemorates 30 years as manager. A mobile passenger bridge now being used at airport. Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express

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Dec. 6 & 17 1975 April 26 1975 1975

Women's Council of the Lehigh Oct. 1 Valley Wrestling Wrestling X-Ray Laboratory Y.M.C.A. - History Y.W.C.A. Y.W.C.A. - Fires Zarnas, Gus Dec. 15 Nov. 11 May 24 Aug. 15 May 3 Nov. 10 Feb. 12

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A.B.E. Airport A.B.E. Airport

April 29 Aug. 25

1976 1976

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A.B.E. Airport

Dec. 10

1976

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Aeronautics

May 29

1976

Aging Aging Agriculture

Sept. 29 Sept. 30 Oct. 6

1976 1976 1976

George Pelechic of Harmony Township and Ralph DiMaria of Hackettstown assemble a homemade single engine airplane. Bureau of Aging moves to new location from 15 N. 2nd St. to 204 Northampton St. Bureau of Aging moves to new location from 15 N. 2nd St. to 204 Northampton St. Open House for Northampton County farms sponsored by Northampton County Agricultural Association and the Northampton-Monroe County Farmers Association. Donnie and Marie Osmond, part of the Osmond family Show, make a big hit. Tony Orlando and Dawn appear at fair. Borough of Alpha unveils a bronze war memorial of Korean War at its annual Memorial Day exercises. Hare Editions located at 32 N. Third Street opened by Timothy Hare. Artist Anton Schiavone sculpts a papier-mache representation of the Pieta. Obituary - William Schaible, former secretary of Schaible's Bakery. Wilson girl, Cheryl Mendall of 2428 Alder Street, age 16, hopes to be a ballerina. Artist, Anton Schiavone sculpts a papier-mache representation of the Pieta. Former Bangor resident, Richarad Fusakic, was held in Angola for 12 days. Pilot was released and spent several days with family before returning to Florida where he is employed by World Aviation, Inc.

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Allentown Fair Allentown Fair Alpha, NJ - Memorials

Aug. 14 Aug. 7 May 24

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Art - Galleries Artists Bakeries Ballet Bangor, PA - Artists Bangor, PA - Residents.

July 31 May 5 Aug. 3 March 18 May 5 Feb. 13

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Bangor, PA - Residents.

Feb. 24

1976

Bangor, PA - Residents. Bath, - Bicentennial.

June 26, 1976. April 1

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April 14

1976

Beauty Contest

June 14, 1976 Jul. 3, 1976. Aug. 6

1976

Bell - Easton's Liberty. Belvedere - N.J.

1976 1976

Former Banfor resident, Richard Fusakic, was held in Angola for 12 days. Pilot was released and spent several days with family before returning to Florida where he is employed by World Aviation, Inc. Miss Josephine Farace served as Easton Express reporter for 60 years. Dignitaries from Bath, England visit citizens of Bath, PA, for part of the town's Bicentennial program. Dignitaries from Bath, England visit citizens of Bath, Pa. as part of the town's Bicentennial program. Miss Pennsylvania of 1976 is Marie Margaret McLaughlin, she was the former Miss Lehigh Valley. Liberty Bell of Northampton County to be used on July 8 celebration in Centre Square. Home of Myrtle Valentine on Dupue Street became unfit for occupancy in June. Board of Health ordered it cleaned within a month. Later home was padlocked. She lived in house 62 years and had countless cats and dogs.

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Belvedere, N.J. - Education.

April 14

1976

Belvidere, N.J. - Churches. Belvidere, N.J. - Education

May 22, 1976. April 13

1976 1976

High School pupils strike on the cancellation of the Easton Express School Spring Festival, brought on by a teacher's job action. United Methodist Church marks 50th anniversary. Easton Express Brief history. High School pupils strike on the cancellation of the Easton Express School Spring Festival, brought on by a teacher's job action. School board agreed to schedule event at a later date.

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Belvidere, N.J. - Officials

Feb. 3

1976

Bethlehem Township, PA - Tax

Aug. 10

1976

Outgoing Easton Police Chief, John Young, is hired Easton Express by Belvidere Council as their new Chief of Police. Some protests cited. Township commissioners enacted a mercantile tax Easton Express to bring in additional revenue. U.S. Census Bureau taking a special census in Bethlehem Township. Easton Becentennial Commission held a ball at Hotel Easton. Palmer Township Historical Society held a ball in Palmer Shopping Mall. Balloons the clown performs at various celebrations. Clown is Neal Felinel, 16, of 2016 Stocker Mill Road. 4th graders toured other schools and presented their Becentennial show "The Story of America." Easton Express Express

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June 25, 1976 Jan. 2

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July 13

1976

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May 7

1976

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Bicentennial - Pageants

April 9

1976

July 8th pageant at Centre Square organized and Express directed by Evelyn Bellis Gulick. An account of the writing and persons involved. Celebration in Centre Square with the reenactment of the reading of the Declaration of Independence on July 8. Celebration in Centre Square with the reenactment of the reading of the Delaration of Independence on July 8. Celebration in Centre Square with the reenactment of the reaading of the Declaration of Independence on July 8. Sister Theresa Benedict, a teacher at Notre Dame High School, creates colonial costumes. Express

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July 7

1976

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July 8

1976

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July 9

1976

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March 1

1976

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Bicentennial - Publications Bicentennial - Quilts

June 29 June 7

1976 1976

Easton Express published special historical section. Express Easton flag design on quilt created by Ms. Carolyn Express Strausser and Mrs. Arlene Zengulis. Quilted by women of St. Pauls Lutheran Church. Later purchased by Mrs. Zengulis for $319.76 dollars. West Easton teenagers paint the South 24th Express bridge in Wilson red, white, and blue. Pupils, in cooperation with D.I.G., are filling empty Express store windows with their colorful projects. Visitors to the area can obtain and have stamped a "Passport to History" booklet. Stamps from 12 different centers qualify a bearer for a Bicentennial medallion at the Chamber of Commerce office. Palmer Township to greet wagon train on June 30. Route of train is shown. Wagon train arrives July 1, 1976. Will camp on grounds of Easton Area High School. Cynthia Flick of Lower Nazareth Township selected Miss Bicentennial of Northampton County. Express p. 24, illus.

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Bicentennial - Tours

April 3

1976

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Bicentennial - Wagon Train Bicentennial - Wagon Train Bicentennial Beauty Contest

June 11 June 30 April 12

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Bicentennial Celebration Bicentennial Celebrations Bicentennial Music

Feb. 9 July 6 April 12

1976 1976 1976

Description of a coloring book designed by a Express Williams Township student, Josep Reighn. An account of events in the area and of July 4th Express observances. Choral festival held in Kirby Field House, Lafayette Express College. Conducted by Dr. John D. Raymond. Program evaluated on its effectiveness for Easton. Express Slogan created by Mayor Henry J. Schultz.

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Blight, Fight the

May 18

1976

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Blue Laws Boehm, Edward Marshall Boxing

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Boxing

May 28

1976

Porcelain sculptures on display in Palmer Park Express Mall at Musselman's Jewelers. Easton's Larry Holmes scored a technical knockout Express over Joe Ghoeston in 8th round at Kirby Field House, Lafayette College. Fans disappointed as fight is stopped by referee. Easton heavyweight boxer Larry Holmes is Express featured in the May 31 issue of Sports Illustrated. Account of its work with the education of its members. Edwin S. Braden, aviation leader in the Lehigh Valley and owner of Bradens Airport on Route 115 in Forks Township, is honored by friends at a surprise party. An account of his flying activities and the airport. Lower Saucon Township officials asked County Commissioners to remove the historical stone bridge at Meadow Road, later to replace it. Others want it preserved. James Bright and wife Barbara first AfricanAmericans to be hired at Easton Area School District. Interim depot at 154 Northampton Street was formerly Bennett's Hardware Store City seeks new site for bus terminal now housed at Hotel Easton which opened Sept. 2, 1975, and suddenly closed on Friday Sept. 10 Night bus service ends in Easton and Allentown Express Express

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Boys Club of Easton Braden's Flying Service

Jan. 14 April 6

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Bridges, misc.

April 2

1976

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Aug. 18

1976

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Bus Terminals Bus Terminals

Oct. 4 Sept. 13

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Oct. 7

1976

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Business - Laundries

Feb. 21

1976

An account of the laundry and dry cleaning firm Express Mary MacIntosh Laundry & Dry Cleaning Services Grant's 5 & !0 cent stores in the Easton area to close due to company's debts. Grant's 5 & 10 Cent Stores to close in the Easton Area due to company's debts. Grant's 5 & 10 Cent stores in the Easton Area to close due to company's debts. Green's 5 & 10 Cent Store to close by Jan. 8 Located at 327 Northampton Street for 45 years. Northampton National Bank to merge with First National Bank of Allentown. Lafayette Trust Co. opens its 12,000 square foot building along South 4th Street. Lafayette Trust Co. opens its 12,000 square foot building along South 4th Street consisting of new office and drive -in facilities. Binney & Smith wins "Symbol of Excellence" award from Sears, Roebuck and Co. Binney & Smith places its New York offices in Forks Township. New building contains 50,000 square feet. Description. Bixler's to open a jewelry store in downtown Bethlehem in October to be located at 512 Main St. Bixler's Jewelry store in Bethlehem at 512 Main St. Mayor Schultz vows to remove adult book store from the town. Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express

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Feb. 12 & 13 Feb. 25 March 31 Nov. 23

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Aug. 25 Oct. 2

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Business - Bixler's

June 30

1976

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Business - Bixler's Business - Bookstores

Nov. 13 Aug. 17

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Business - Breweries

April 24

1976

Business - Department Stores

Feb. 6

1976

Business - Department Stores

June 18

1976

Lehigh Valley brewery, F&M Schaefer Brewing Easton Express Company, to double annual beer capacity to fine million barrels. Hess Brothers Department store chain plans to Easton Express open a 15,000 square- foot addition to its Palmer Park Mall in the late spring. Hess Palmer Malle store acquires a steel-plated Easton Express sculpture for parking lot. 12ft. High by 51/2 ton steel-plated orange sculpture spelling LOVE. Last day of Pomeroy Store. City Council begged owners to stay in Easton. Store was formerly Laubach's Dept. Store. Tom Bright, owner of Bright's Food Center. Also sells "soul food". First blsck member of the Lehigh Wholesale Grocery Co. Sal Panto and son open new meat market at 700 Cattell Street. Dennis Gift House. Pennsylvania location at 25th Street Shopping Center (former Grant's location). Grand opening, Oct. 8 Dennis Gift House, Pennsylvania location at 25th Street Shopping Center ( former Grant's location). Grand opening. Hay Hardware Store destroyed by fire. G. Piscitello & Sons, 2300 Wood St., Wilson is a home center and caters to the do-it-yourselfer. Express

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July 16 Oct. 7

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Oct. 9

1976

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Dec. 22 March 13

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Business - Hardware Stores

March 6

1976

Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc.

Dec. 15

1976

Miller's Hardware Store, 1712 Butler Street is an Easton Express old-fashioned business. An account of its business since 1928. Hotel Easton. A brief history. Kitchen to be closed Easton Express out due to health inspection by city.

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Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc.

Dec. 6

1976

Emery's Restaurant, formerly Trembler's Easton Express Restaurant opened by Thomas and Shirley Emery. The Charlemagne, a new restaurant located off Easton Express Sunrise Boulevard, Mount Bethel, R.D. 1 operated by Dr. Ralph Ginter and wife, Bea. Swiftwater Inn, now 198 years old. An account of Easton Express its history, some of its famous guests. Pavilion, now reopens as a deafood restaurant. Easton Express Renamed The Seafare Pavilion. History of the restaurant. Hotel Lafayette coffee shop sold by owners, Joan Easton Express and Harold Kist. An account of their experiences. Hotel Easton. A brief history. Hotel Easton. A brief history. Easton Express Easton Express

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Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc.

Feb. 4

1976

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Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc.

July 10

1976

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June 17

1976

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March 27

1976

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Nov. 26 Nov. 30 Oct. 30

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Trembler's Restaurant at 7 N. 3rd St. in Centre Easton Express Square purchased by Phillipsburg couple, Thelma and Shirley Emery. Renamed Emery's Restaurant. Stockertown Inn, Stockertown, Pa. Inn still has Easton Express the aura of the "old days"/ Was a stagecoach stop. Brief history. Ingersoll-Rand compressors play a major role at a Easton Express new stadium in Hawaii - Aloha Stadium. A special audit of the company discloses payola or Easton Express illegal, imprpoer or questionable payments in the last 5 years. Lehr, John H. Head of Brown & Williams Insurance Easton Express Company. Obituary.

Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc.

Oct. 30

1976

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Business - Ingersoll-Rand

Jan. 17

1976

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Business - Ingersoll-Rand

June 3

1976

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Business - Insurance

Oct. 4

1976

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Business - Lehigh Inc.

July 9

1976

Establishes the Victaulic company of America; an iron casting plant on 82 acres in Forks Township.

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Business - Mack Printing Co.

July 21

1976

Business - Motorcycles

May 6

1976

Mack Printing Co. holds 50-year observance of the Express laying of cornerstone of building. Brief history of company. New store for motorcycle sales opens at 1517 Express Northampton Street - Pro Sport Kawasaki. Jazz artist living in Phillipsburg is trying to organize Express local talent. Abdul Ali, African American musician, has an extensive musical background. He says there is no jazz in Easton. Opens restaurant in Orr's Store at Bethlehem called the Monocacy Room Flock Industries Inc. of Phillipsburg, NJ, has explosive blast that injures 5 employees Easton fuel agency Veit Oil Co., Inc. sold to Agway Petroleum of Phillipsburg, NJ Larry Fink of Lower Mt. Bethel Township is noted photographer The Bloom Room at 247 1/2 Northampton St. Easton Mall South - a five-store "minimall" will be constructed by George and Jack Chartier to be adjacent to MacDonalds restaurant Express Express Express Express Express Express

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Business - Music & Musicians

Aug. 3

1976

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Business - Orr's Department Store Business - Paper Industry Business - Petroleum Industry Business - Photography Business - Plants/Flowers Business - Shopping Malls

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Business - Shopping Malls

March 17

1976

Easton Mall South - a five-store "minimall" will be Express constructed by George and Jack Chartier to be adjacent to MacDonalds restaurant

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Business - Shopping Malls

Nov. 16

1976

Easton Mall South - a five-store "minimall" will be Express constructed by George and Jack Chartier to be adjacent to MacDonalds restaurant Lehigh Valley Shopping Mall has grand opening set Express for Oct. 5. Description of various stores. Opening of new store at Hillcrest Mall - Channel Express Home Center. Has Henri LaMothe, daredevil diver, as part of grand opening. Forks Township plant has developed a Express revolutionary new machine for warehouses where goods ae packed and shipped to retail outfits. It is called ITEMATIC, essentially an enormous vending machine linked to master computer. Flory company in Bangor were pioneers in the Express industry Mountain Shop. Forks speciality shop on Route Express 115 caters to sports of the great outdoors. Owner teaches Wilderness classes at Community College. Palmer Township Bicentennial Committee and Express Business and Professional Association unveiled two historical markers along the Wm. Penn Highway on grounds of Easton Area High School. Markers honor Taylor-Wharton Plant and the highway. Easton Upholstery celebrates 50 years in business Express Wilson Borough firm received this year's Distinguished Citizens Award from Easton Sales and Marketing Executives. Brief history. Express

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Business - Shopping Malls

Oct. 2

1976

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Business - Shopping Malls

Oct. 25

1976

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Business - SI Handling Systems, July 21 Inc.

1976

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Business - Slate Industry Business - Sports

April 9 Oct. 9

1976 1976

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Business - Taylor-Wharton Co.

Nov. 11

1976

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Business - Upholsterers Business - Victor Balata Belting Co.

May 19 April 13

1976 1976

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Business - Welding

June 12

1976 1976 1976

Businesses - J. T. Baker Chemical Feb. 20 Company Caflin, Francis P. July 3

P. H. Barron Welding shop at 684 Northampton St. Express robbed. Fire guts historical Baker Warehouse. Easton Express Flag (15 x 25 ft ) given to him on EHS graduation in Easton Express 1925 displayed in july on hallway wall at court house. His birthday was july 4. Replica of canal boat made in Wayne County is made for Lehigh Canal to sail up and down in Hugh Moore Parkway Peace Candle not put up for Christmas 1975 due to improvements at the circle. Repairs to the candle to be estimated at $3,000 - $4,000 before erecting another year. Peace Candle to be put up this year after a year's absence. A remodeling job was necessary to make it usable. Presidential candidate opens office on 2nd floor of the Jacob Mayer building in Centre Square Visits Northampton Community Center as a guest of the Northampton County Democratic Committee fund raising dinner. County Commissioners maintain a cemetery in Lower Nazareth Township for burial of inmates who leave no relations. Formerly called Potters Field.. Someone with the spirit of St. Patrick's Day contributed a quantity of green dye to the pool in Centre Square. High wind fells a 60-foot tree in the Circle. It was the oldest and the largest in the Circle. Express

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Canals and canaling

Dec. 23

1976

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Candle (Centre Square)

Feb. 6

1976

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Candle (Centre Square)

Nov. 5

1976

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Carter, Jimmy

April 19

1976

Express

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Carter, Jimmy

April 9

1976

Express

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Cemeteries

June 1

1976

Express

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Centre Square

March 18

1976

Express

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Centre Square - Trees

May 20

1976

Express

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Cheese Chess Churches - Baptist Churches - Episcopal Churches - Lutheran - Arndt's

Nov. 20 Oct. 15 Sept. 20 June 2 July 12

1976 1976 1976 1976 1976

Calandra family are cheesemakers. Plant located in Upper Nazareth Township. Eastonian Timothy W. Taylor won PA Chess Championship in Philadelphia Shiloh Baptist Church - dedicated new church at Mauch Chunk and Reynolds street. Trinity Episcopal Church observes "Pet Sunday".

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Churches - Reformed

Sept. 25

1976

Arndt's Lutheran Church marks the church's Easton Express sesquicentennial and founders day with ceremonies on July 11, 1976. Rev. Frederick W. Shafer marks 40 years pastorate Express to St. Peter's United Church of Christ St. Anthony's Church seeking friends to aide Italian Easton Express quake victims. An account of the church's Senior Citizen Center. Easton Express Mon-Tot Specialities -- a maternity and children's clothing store opens at 408 Northampton St. at the former location of the Eagle Youth Centre. London Shop: Men's clothing store in downtown Express-Times Easton plans to stay in its new quarters at 339 Northampton St. Country Miss: Express-Times Women's apparel in Forks Township does firstrate quality operations. Description of firm's operation. The Easton branch celebrates 50 years on May Easton Express 18th with a dinner at Northampton County Country Club. Brief history.

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Churches - St. Anthony's Churches - St. John's Lutheran Clothing Stores

May 18 June 1 Aug. 16

1976 1976 1976

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Clothing Stores

Sept. 3

1976

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Clothing Trade

Jan. 17

1976

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Clubs - American Association of May 18 University Women

1976

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Clubs - Eagles

May 25

1976

Clubs - Woman's

Feb. 2

1976

Clubs -Sertoma Cohen, Peter

Jan. 13

1976

October 22 1976

Club of Forks Township has its license suspended for 60 days. It had presented lewd and immoral performances Woman's club of Easton observes its 75 years of service to the community. Brief history of organization. Honors Tillie Euphemia Shive, former Easton Elementary teacher. Artist paints "Dance of Liberty" on South Bank Street Mall wall as a Bicentennial Project Artist paints "Dance of Liberty" on South Bank Street Mall wall as a Bicentennial Project

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Cohen, Peter

Sept. 27

1976

Easton Express

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Columbus Day

October 11 1976

Community Art League

April 21

1976

Two statues of Columbus wreathed by Knights of Easton Express Columbus. Statue at Sts. Philip and James School and in Riverside Park An account of the Community Art League of Easton Express Easton, its history and its work in the community. Forks township plant, S.I. Handling Systems, Inc., Easton Express developed a revolutionary new machine for warehouses, where goods are packed and shipped to retail outfits. It is called ITEMATIC, essentially an enormous vending machine linked to a master computer. Founded in Belvidere in 1968 by Blaine Shover. An account of the history of the group. Valley railroad executive, Robert C.Haldeman views it as a disaster for the area. Easton Express

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Computers

July 21

1976

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Concord Chamber Singers

May 25

1976

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ConRail

March 31

1976

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Court House - New Court House - New

Dec. 16 July 3

1976 1976

Time capsule behind the datestone (1860) of the Easton Express courthouse opened. Artifacts listed. A 15X25 foot U.S. Flag owned by Francis P. Caflin Easton Express displayed on wall of hallway. Flag was a graduation present when he graduated EHS 1925. Courthouse construction of parking garage in trouble. Commissioners will not accept the $150,000 concrete deck slabs that are 4 inches too short. Patrol of young people employed by the city to feed nickels in overtime parking meters-to encourage shopping downtown. Young students hired under the Federal Lehigh Valley Manpower Program to provide information in the downtown area of Easton. Nine week program. Eight arrested in Pocono raid. Eight arrested in Pocono raid. Stocker Brothers Dairy. Frederick L. Stocker, secretary and treasurer of the firm killed in a one-car accident. The Larry Jarret House, 419 March St., functions in connection with the Beebe Speech Clinic. It is a temporary place of residence for the families of deaf children who are being treated by the Clinic. Easton Express

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Court House - New - Expansion

October 20 1976

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Courtesy Patrol

July 29

1976

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Courtesy Patrol

June 10

1976

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Crime - Drugs Crime - Drugs Dairy Plants

Dec. 13 Dec. 14 July 26

1976 1976 1976

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Deafness

May 3

1976

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Deafness

May, 3

1976

The Larry Jarret House, 419 March St. functions in Easton Daily Express p. 23 connection with the Beebe Speech Clinic. It is a temporary place of residence for the families of deaf children who are being treated by the clinic.

Delaware River - Bridge

Sept. 23

1976

Delaware River - Bridge

Sept. 28

1976

Department Stores

Aug. 28

1976

Department Stores Department Stores

Dec. 23 Sept. 10

1976 1976

District Attorneys

Dec. 1

1976

DIG joins in bridge protest over both bridges (free and toll) being repaired at the same time. Merchants and businessmen lodged formal complaint. DIG joins in bridge protest over both bridges (free and toll) being repaired at the same time. Merchants and businessmen lodged formal complaint. Bamberger Store: Firm opens 3rd store in Pa. in Lehigh Valley Mall at Whitehall Mall in Whitehall Township at the intersection of Route 22 and MacArthur Wood. Pomeroy's: Last day of sales December 24. To close on Christmas Eve. Pomeroy's: West Wall of store in the South Bank Street Mall to have a mural painted by Peter Cohen, Monroe County artist, and volunteers. Theme to be the words of the Declaration of Independence. Northampton Co. DA John E. Gallagher requests that it be a full-time position - salary $44,000. Northampton Co. DA John E. Gallagher requests that it be a full-time position - salary $44,000 Northampton Co. DA John E. Gallagher requests that it be a full-time position - salary $44,000.

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District Attorneys

Nov. 10

1976

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District Attorneys

Oct. 28

1976

Express

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Doctors Dogs Douglas, Stephen A.

23 Dec. April 21 Feb. 27

1976 1976 1976

Obituary of Dr. Robert Steward, Easton Easton Express pediatrician for 25 years. Mount Bethel has a tv star named Harold - a great Express dane Spoke in Easton during presidential campaign of Express 1860

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Downtown Improvement Group May 18 (DIG) Durham Township Feb. 10 Easton Armory Jan. 26

1976 1976 1976

Easton Express - Employees

Jan. 2

1976

Easton Express - Employees Easton Hospital - Health Care Plan

July 20 July 29

1976 1976

New Chairman Fred A. Williams hopes to revive market in square An account of the Snug Haven Inn on Route 611. Now owned by Darryl & Hank Billemery Plaques removed from Armory given to Northampton County Historical Society. Plaques contain list of names of men who served in local guard unit in Worls War I. Edward P. Kennedy, veteran reporter, retires after 32 years of service; honored by Mayor Ashton when he declared "Edward P. Kennedy Day" in Easton. Former editor Joseph H. Adleman dies. Initiates Home Health Care Plan in cooperation with visiting Nurse Association and Northampton County Homemaker Health Aide Service. 10-bed intensive care unit opened. Surgical clamp left inside Hellertown man. Sues Easton Hospital. Jerry Kardos wins case, 25 thousand dollars. Easton Hospital to use disposable temperature thermometers Mrs.Leo Rosenbaum honored for 50 years of service to the hospital. Surgical clamp left inside Hellertown man. Jerry Kardos sues Easton Hospital and wins case,25 thousand dollars. 32 Children picket for ENC at Delaware Unity Way Office at 214 Bushkill Street because the center was being cut from United Fund. Large tree crashes over two carsmin library parking lot. Day of 60 mile per hour winds.

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Easton Hospital - Intensive Care Jan. 13 Easton Hospital - Malpractice May 15

1976 1976

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Easton Hospital - thermometers Dec. 16 Easton Hospital - Volunteers Easton Hospital -Patients May 13 May 15

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Easton Neighborhood Centers

Aug. 5

1976

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Easton Public Library Building

Oct 11

1976

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Easton, City of - Business

May 7

1976

The city's new Commercial Action and Residential Express Development task force want a nickname to enliven Easton's image. Several names listed. Mayor's office and other offices are redecorated at a cost of $275,000 Identification cards bearing photographs and fingerprints issued to all Easton employees Express Express

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Easton, City of - City Hall Easton, City of - Employees

Dec. 7 May 25

1976 1976

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Easton, City of - Historic Preservation

Dec. 1

1976

Easton, PA, historic downtown area designated by Express executive director Vance Packard Jr. of PA Historic Preservation, a branch of PA Historical and Museum Commission Mayor Schultz said his office door is always open. Express Brief account of mayor's activitties since taking office. Area police have mixed reviews to the 10-year-old Express Mirando rule. Identification card takes its name from Ernesto Mirando. Mayor Ashton appointed members to the Easton Express Redevelopment Authority on next to last day of his term of office. New Mayor Schultz makes new appointments. Solicitors back Schultz's choices. Urban renewal project of Riverside Drive officially Easton Express ends Ferry St. at 4th - merchants on that block are Express proud of the location

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Easton, City of - Mayors

April 13

1976

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Easton, City of - Police Dept. Law enforcement

Dec. 3

1976

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Easton, City of - Redevelopment Jan. 22

1976

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Easton, City of - Redevelopment Sept. 25 Easton, City of - Streets - Fourth Jan. 31 Street

1976 1976

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Easton, City of - Streets - Union June 25 Street

1976

Utility poles lifted from South Union St. Had been Express controversy when street had been widened under courthouse area renewal project. Mayor Schultz "helped" to remove poles with aid of Metropolitan Edison Co. crane. Mall wall has mural "Dance of Liberty" created by Express artist Peter Cohen and volunteers from DIG and South Side neighborhood center Mall wall has mural "Dance of Liberty" created by Express artist Peter Cohen and volunteers from DIG and South Side neighborhood cneter Plans for the widening of Church St. between N. Express 3rd and 4th Streets to provide 12-foot lanes for through traffic, parking spaces, and loading zones. Easton City Council agreed to rename Ferry Street Express during 1976 after the first American to die in the Revolution - Crispus Attucks, a runaway AfricanAmerican slave killed on March 5, 1770, in Boston Massacre. The first sidewalk was built for the convenience of Express tavern customers of Opp's Tavern at 4th & Northampton Streets. Ran from tavern to Courthouse in Centre Square. Penn DOT plans for reconstructing and widening Express South Third St. Bridge. Expected to cost $2 million. Also outline of street projects for South Easton. Traffic changes planned by Penn DOT for downtown Easton and College Hill Express

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Easton, City of - Streets - Bank Street

Oct. 22

1976

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Easton, City of - Streets - Bank Street

Sept. 27

1976

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Easton, City of - Streets - Church June 3 Street

1976

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Easton, City of - Streets - Names Jan. 28

1976

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Easton, City of - Streets Sidewalks

March 27

1976

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Easton, City of - Streets - Third Street

April 20

1976

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Easton, City of - Traffic

Oct. 1

1976

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Easton, City of - Traffic Easton, City of - Traffic Easton, South - Bicentennial Easton, South - Bicentennial Education - Athletics Education - Athletics Education - Bands Education - Bands

Oct. 5 Sept. 29 July 27 July 28 April 23 April 26 May 14 Sept. 17, 1976

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Education - Curriculum - Spanish Aug. 9

1976

Penn DOT circle plan of traffic to be aired at hearing at public library Traffic changes planned by Penn DOT for downtown Easton and College Hill South Easton celebrates the bicentennial by "salute to public servants." South Easton celebrates the Bicentennial at Heil Park Retired trainers, Babe Michler and George Andrews honored by Varsity E Club. Retired trainers, Babe Michler and George Andrews honored by Varsity E Club. Easton Area High School band gets new marching and concert uniforms. Third annual Band Festival held by EAHS Band called First Flag Over the United Colonies Band Festival. 8 bands to compete. Easton Area High School Spanish teacher, Richard Shipp, Jr. conducts cultural program by summer study program for students in Mexico. Easton Area High School will present an original nusical comedy "Paragon!" written by Janet S. Heller, English teacher and lyrics by EAHS Junior Gary Schocker. Performances Feb. 5-7. EAHS pupil and teacher collaborate on musical "Busy Bodies". Janet Heller, English teacher and student Gary Schocker - Heller wrote book, Schocker composed the songs. Renobation plan for the school proposed. To become a middle school for 6th and 7th grades. Estimated cost $4, 345, 000.

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Education - Dramatics

Jan. 27

1976

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Education - Dramatics

Oct. 2

1976

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Education - Easton Junior High School

Jan. 20

1976

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Education - March School

Feb. 20

1976

March School prepares a change in enrollment. 150 pupils from Wolf School to be transferred to March next term. Building served as junior high and elementary school until 1961, when converted entirely to elementary. Dr. Richard C. Richardson, Jr., its first president, plans to leave for a post in Arizona. Metal sculpture created by Paul Harryn, a 1975 graduate, placed in courtyard. Virus is active in the Pocono area. Social Security League has its name changed.

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Education - Northampton Nov. 3 County Area Community College Education - Northampton County Area Community College. Encaphalitis Family Service Association Farley, James June 25

1976

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Obit. June 10, 1976. Spoke in Easton on April 20, Easton Express 1937 at the height of the New Deal. He dedicated Easton's $250,000 Post Office addition. Postmaster Henry C. Schultz, introduced Farley. Two Easton men, Frank D'Angelo, and Guy Gray Easton Express fast during holiday week in Georgia for world's hungry. Operated by Easton Area Neighborhood Center- Easton Express an account of its activities. Also under: South Side Neighborhood Center. Lady Christina, widow of Lord Hesketh and sons Easton Express part of Easton's Bicentennial Festivities. Al's Beef House at 14 N. 3rd. St. and other businesses in the rear of buildings at N. 3rd St. & Centre Square destroyed by fire. Bartender Thomas J. Gilbert Co-owner of the Beef House is charged with arson. Express

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Fasting

Jan. 9

1976

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Federal Credit Union

March 8

1976

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1976

Fires

Feb. 5

1976

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Fires

Jan. 16

1976

Firth, Florence Flag - Stamp

March 1 July 7

1976 1976

Al's Beef House at 14 N. 3rd. St. and other Express businesses in the rear of buildings at N. 3rd St. & Centre Square destroyed by fire. Bartender Thomas J. Gilbert Co-owner of the Beef House is charged with arson. Retired Phillipsburg school teacher taught in Easton Express Hawaii. She was a poet. Obit. John Cassidy has published a business-sized Easton Express envelope bearing a portrait of George Taylor. If U.S. Government accepts Easton Flag as a stamp these envelopes should be used. Easton flag presented to President Gerald Ford by Easton Express Easton School Band at Fort Myers. Easton flag presented by Donald Diehl, Easton Easton Express Express editor to area congressman and a presidential assistant. Ceremonies held in U.S. Senator Hugh Scott's office in Washington. An account of the World War I disease and its toll Easton Express on the Easton area and Phillipsburg area. Jim Shelly writes the story in his column. Judy Collins. Folk singer appears at Lafayette College. Due to breach of interest by township residents toward a Bicentennial Parade, the committee rescheduled the parade as a Fireman's Parade. Easton Express Easton Express

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Flags Flags

Feb. 16 June 30

1976 1976

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Flu - 1918

Dec. 14

1976

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Folk Singer Forks Township - Bicentennial

Oct. 5 Aug. 10

1976 1976

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Forks Township - Bicentennial Freedom Train

Aug. 23 Aug. 27

1976 1976

Celebrates Forks Township Heritage day with Easton Express parade and festivities. Visit of the train to Bethlehem pakced in visitors - Easton Express 6000 persons wait in line for 3 hours to view it.

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Freedom Train

Aug. 28

1976

Visit of the train to Bethlehem pakced in visitors - Easton Express 6000 persons wait in line for 3 hours to view it. Visit of the train to Bethlehem pakced in visitors - Easton Express 6000 persons wait in line for 3 hours to view it. "Throwing Star" is either a dart game or lethal weapon. Item manufactured in Allentown is declared a lethal weapon by state officials. Borough to abolish its two-man, part-time police force. Would rely on State Police patrols. Easton Express

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Freedom Train

July 23

1976

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Games

Aug. 28

1976

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Glendon - Police

April 2

1976

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Glendon - Police Go-Go Dancers

Jan. 9 Sept. 18

1976 1976

Glendon Borough Civic Association gives Glendon Easton Express its first police car. Male and female go-go dancers perform at lounge Easton Express - "we were lounge" in Bloomsbury, N.J. County Commissioners maintain a cemetery in Lower Nazareth Township for burial of inmates who leave no relations. Formerly called Potters Field. Institution opened in February will need further renovations. County Commissioners are irked. Institution opened in February will need further renovations. County Commissioners are irked. Institution opened in February will need further renovations. County Commissioners are irked. Institution opened in February will need further renovations. County Commissioners are irked. Easton Express

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Gracedale - Cemetery

June 1

1976

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Gracedale - Standards

Nov. 6

1976

Easton Express

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Gracedale - Standards

Oct. 7

1976

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Gracedale - Standards

Sept. 16

1976

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Gracedale - Standards

Sept. 27

1976

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Greeks

Oct. 20

1976

The 4th annual Greek festival of the Community of Easton Express Annunciation Hellenic Orthodox Church at 20th and Hay Streets, Wilson. Eddie Alkire finally gets his dream - an Electric Hawaiian Guitar. Vandals damage many tombstones dating from Revolutionary times. Health and building codes are being enforced by city of Easton. Many restaurants, taverns and eating places are being inspected. Lower Mt. Bethel Couple: Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Leh own and operate a quarterhorse farm. Chartiers, N.Y. firm plan a high-rise senior citizen apartment complex at South Third and Ferry Streets. To cost $4 million; 10 stories high; 100 single-bedroom apartments. Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express

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Guitar Hay's Cemetery Health and Building Codes

Nov. 15 Aug. 25 Dec. 14

1976 1976 1976

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Horses

July 3

1976 1976

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Housing - S. 3rd & Ferry Streets Nov. 10

Hugh Moore Parkway Canalboat

Dec. 21

1976

Jacobsburg - Historical Society Journalists

Aug. 18 Aug. 4

1976 1976

A 15 ft. canal freight boat is to lie placed in the Easton Express Lehigh Canal for use in the Parkway. The redwood boat cost $10,000 and was made in Wayne County. Project by Jacobsburg Historical Society to Easton Express excavate 19th century tannery. Swedish journalists: Ms. Christina Paemgren and Easton Express Neil Goldstein visit Easton, take pictures of Northampton Street and its citizens. To be published in Swedish magazine "VI." Selection changed in 1971 - names now selected at random. An account of the process. Express

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Jury Duty

Feb. 21

1976

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Juvenile Home

June 24

1976

Designed as a temporary shelter for only a 72 Easton Express hour stay. Some juveniles sent to Childrens home for foster care. Officer Howey and Fraccica suggest that a larger facility be found near or in Easton. One suggestion was the Wolf School. Easton could become home of one of the top Easton Express whitewater areas. Race held on a section of Lehigh Canal and Lehigh River. Edward P. Kennedy, veteran reporter, retires after Easton Express 32 years service; honored by Mayor Ashton when he declared "Edward P. Kennedy Day" in Easton. Author's widow speaks to the 7th grade at Easton Area Junior High School. Construction of 38 dwelling units being constructed on Sullivans Lane for war veterans attending Lafayette College. Field House street parking is a problem for neighbors. Field House street parking is a problem for neighbors. Radio station in Hogg Hall is a 10-watt station manned by students. U. S. Sec. of Treasury William E. Simon delivers commencement address. Under the leadership of Raymond Baurkot, Lebanese-Americans of Easton plan to meet U.N. Ambassador William Scranton concering the peace-keeping force in Lebanon. Easton Express Express

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Kayak Racing in Hugh Moore Park Kennedy, Edward P.

Oct. 14

1976

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1976

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Knight, Eric Lafayette College - Housing

May 5 April 29

1976 1976

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Lafayette College - Kirby Field House Lafayette College - Kirby Field House Lafayette College - Radio Station WJRH Lafayette College - Visitors Lebanese - Easton, PA

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Lehigh Valley Legal Services Inc. June 17

1976

Agency switched from paid personnel to volunteer Express workers. An account of its past services.

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Little Stone House Little Stone House Little Stone House

Feb. 26 June 10 Nov. 30

1976 1976 1976

Museum leased to Easton group for preservation Students of 3rd grade at Hay School, Wilson, make an afghan for the Little Stone House. House at 5th and Ferry Streets has been entered in the PA Inventory of Historic Places. An account of its history. Larry Fink of Lower Mt. Bethel Township is a noted photographer. Residents of the Township are firm in their fight toward the proposed Little Martins Creek Reservoir. Northampton County Prothonotary, Ernest J. DiSalvatore accused of macing his employees. Arraigned before magistrate David Reibman. Northampton County Prothonotary, Ernest J. DiSalvatore accused of macing his employees. Arraigned before magistrate David Reibman. Name of first white child born in Mauch Chunk -Josiah White Erskine Hazard George Augustus Frederick Otto Brink. Former Pastor of St. Mark's Reformed Church obit. Meilinger, James J. Jr. says: Death threats forced him to seek refuge in Canada after dumping his airplane in Delaware River. Parade scheduled for Sunday morning by Veterans groups. Church officials objected to day and hour. Most church attendance was not hampered by parade. Receives honorary degree of doctor of laws from Lafayette College.

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Lower Mt. Bethel Lower Mt. Bethel

April 20 Oct. 20

1976 1976

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Macing

Jan. 2

1976

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Jan. 3

1976

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Mauch Chunk

April 3

1976

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Meck, Dr. Allan S. Meilinger, James J. Jr.

Feb. 28 July 26

1976 1976

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Memorial Day

June 1

1976

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Meyner, Helen S.

June 7

1976

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Meyner, Robert Meyner, Robert Millbrook, N.J.

Oct. 22 Sept. 16 Oct. 4

1976 1976 1976

Money - 2 Dollar Bills

April 12

1976

Money - 2 Dollar Bills

April 14

1976

Monument - Spanish American June 12 War Murder Feb. 13

1976 1976

Former Governor of New Jersey ordered by state to repay $48,000 in pension funds. Former Governor of New Jersey ordered by state to repay $48,000 in pension funds. Village life recreated and town preserved through the Millbrook Village Society and the National Park Service. Residents of the area rush to obtain 2 dollar bills put in circulation. The bill was discontinued in 1966. Residents of the area rush to obtain 2 dollar bills put in circulation. The bill was discontinued in 1966. Monument on lawn of County Prison marked by vandals. Czech murder-suicide--Karel Zigka and wife from the Czech mission in New York City. Story told by Joseph Frolik, a Czech intelligence agent. The Laros murder. Stanley E. Werkheiser won 100,000 dollars in the Pa. lottery. Obituary of Samuel Williamson Nevin. Opening of the country club's new golf course. Home rule charter ready for distribution to citizens of the area Code team to start work July 20

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Murder Nazareth, Pa. - Lottery Nevin Family North. Co. Country Clubs Northampton Co., PA - Home Rule Charter Northampton Co., PA - Home Rule Charter

June 8 - 22 1976 June 26 April 7 July 31 April 12 July 2 1976 1976 1976 1976 1976

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Northampton Co., PA - Prison Education

June 25

1976

College classes by Northampton Area Community Express College for prisoners to be set and planned. Favored by Bechtel but not Hemstreet, Northampton County Commissioner Fallout scare in Lehigh Valley area. Easton Express Area churches participating in helping the world's Express starving. Easton area banks are cooperating by distributing envelopes at their banking facilities. Mattress king, Jim Bray gets into difficulty with his flamboyant advertisements. Called women of the area fat. Opens Easton State Health Center at 123 N. 2nd St., formerly located in Bethlehem. Stanley E. Werkheiser won 100,000 dollars in the Pa. lottery Director of Pa. Historic Preservation, Pa. Historical and Museum Commission. Visits Easton. Designates the downtown area as a historic district. Afro-American Day observed on Oct. 2, 1976. Bicentennial Commission of the township has arranged for the Wagon train to stopover in the Easton Area in June. Observance of Bicentennial Parade and ox roast. Palmer Township Bicentennial Committee and Business and Professional association unveiled two historical markers along the Wm. Penn Highway on grounds of Easton Area High School. Markers honor Taylor-Wharton Plant and the highway. Easton Express

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Nuclear Fallout Operation Rice Bowl

Oct. 8 March 13

1976 1976

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Oxford, N.J.

May 22

1976

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PA Dept. of Health Pa. Lottery Packard, Vance, Jr.

June 2 June 26 Dec. 1

1976 1976 1976

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Palmer Mall

Oct. 1

1976 1976

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Palmer Township - Bicentennial Feb. 26

Palmer Township - Bicentennial July 19 Palmer Township - Bicentennial Nov. 11

1976 1976

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Palmer Township - Bicentennial Nov. 18

1976

Palmer Township - Bicentennial Nov. 29 Palmer Township - Bicycles Palmer Township - Historical Society Palmer Township - Parks May 26 May 6

1976 1976 1976

The first annual Palmer Booster Award presented Easton Express to Mrs. Geraldine Felver for her service as Chairwoman of the township's Bicentennial Committee. Buries the township's Bicentennial time capsule Easton Express with ceremonies in Fairview Park. Establishes a bike route throughout the township. Easton Express Palmer Township Historical Society holds party to Easton Express celebrate township's 119th birthday. Supervisors vote to support the development of a Easton Express 95 acre industrial park in the northern section of the township. Students post signs renaming hallways and rooms Express in honor of the Bicentennial. Palmer Township Fife and Drum Corps play early American music and paraded through the halls. Plans for an indoor mall in the commercial space Easton Express of the parking garage unveiled. Condran, Hackett, and other parks are vandalized. Easton Express Mayor curtails park hours. Class of 1926 holds reunion. Easton Express Walt Miller, coach, retires. An account of his career. A day in the life of a typical senior. Parking meters, all 234, are to be red, white, and blue star studded hats. Cost $840. Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express

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1976

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Palmer Township - Schools

March 25

1976

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Parking Garage Parks - Easton Phillipsburg High School Alumni Phillipsburg High School Faculty Phillipsburg High School Students Phillipsburg, N.J. - Bicentennial

Sept. 22 Aug. 4 June 29 June 10 Oct. 9 May 5

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Phillipsburg, N.J. - Chamber of Commerce

May 13

1976

Phillipsburg Chamber of Commerce honors William E. Danyczek of Koh-I-Noor Rapidograph Inc., as "Outstanding citizen of year."

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Phillipsburg, N.J. - Clubs

Nov. 29

1976

Elks Lodge, Phillipsburg, N.J. Lodge #395 dedicated Easton Express its new home: the former Delaware River Joint Toll Bridge Commission building in Phillipsburg's Old Bridge Plaza. Instituted Nov. 26, 1897. Banquet held in old Columbia Hotel. Officials break ground for new firehouse. Brief history of fire companies in Phillipsburg. Easton Express

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Phillipsburg, N.J. - Fire Dept.

March 29

1976

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Phillipsburg, N.J. - Fire Dept.

Nov. 24

1976

Lincoln Engine Company has 21st annual banquet. Easton Express Honors Pat DiPalma and Lee Bowers. Opens $125,000 new fire house on South Main Easton Express Street near Hanover Street. Dedicated to former fire chiefs. Fire on Market Street leaves 20 people homeless, Easton Express including 7 residents of the Benjamin Ervin Rest Home. Free Library becomes an official depository for Easton Express U.S. government publications. Representative Helen B. Meyner, speaker at the ceremony. Land donated by William Henry Park in 1934. 24 Easton Express acres was formerly called Dempsters Park from the Depster family who had a track and stables on the land. New park located at South Main and Sitgreaves to Easton Express be named in honor of Town Councilman, Charles W. Shappell.

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Nov. 8

1976

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Phillipsburg, N.J. - Fires

April 29

1976

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Phillipsburg, N.J. - Library

April 5

1976

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Phillipsburg, N.J. - Parks

Feb. 27

1976

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June 2

1976

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Phillipsburg, N.J. - Police Dept.

Aug. 18

1976

Policemen ordered to wear bullet proof vests. Men undecided and some refuse to wear vests. Police raid Adult Book Store for third time. Located at 368 Memorial Parkway. Psychologist suspended. Jerome Luft suspended by Board of Education. Business is termed brisk at city adult book store at 5th and Northampton Streets. Easton officials cheer "loss" of adult book store. Mayor Schultz plans bill to ban smut sales. Mayor Schultz plans bill to ban smut sales. Mayor Schultz plans bill to ban smut sales. Mayor Schultz plans bill to ban smut sales. Mayor Schultz plans bill to ban smut sales. To enforce rule on box numbers by May 15. Easton Area Council of PTA honored its past presidents at a special Bicentennial Founders Day Program at the Palmer Elementary School. New 24-hour Lehigh Valley help line staffed by Red Cross aides - called "Valley Wide Help" to aid people with problems. Said it was lack of money that decided the U.S. Senatorial race. Article by Express reporter, E. P. Kennedy. Cocktail party, $100 per person. Riegelsville Hotel has served Delaware River Canal traffic since the 1830s. Now restored and in business by its owners Harry and Fran Cregar, Jr. The library is opened once more in the old academy building.

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Phillipsburg, N.J. - Police Dept.

June 11

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Phillipsburg, N.J. School District - Sept. 14 Faculty Pornography Aug. 21 Pornography Pornography Pornography Pornography Pornography Pornography Post Office-Box Numbers PTA Dec. 30 Oct. 5 Sept. 1 Sept. 22 Sept. 28 Sept. 7 March 27 Feb. 7

Red Cross

Jan. 9

1976

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Reibman, Jeanette Reibman, Jeanette Reibman, Jeanette Riegelsville, Pa. - Hotels

April 28 Feb. 14 March 22 Jan. 8

1976 1976 1976 1976

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Riegelsville, Pa. - Library

May 1

1976

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Riegelsville, Pa. - Schools

Feb. 12

1976

Residents of the borough donate toward the price Express of their old schoolhouse. Purchase price from Easton Area School District is $2,000. Residents of the borough donate toward the price Express of their old schoolhouse. Purchase price from Easton Area School District is $2,000. Borough council decided not to sue for the retaining of its school building. Cost too great. Easton Express

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Riegelsville, Pa. - Schools

Feb. 24

1976

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Riegelsville, Pa. - Schools

Jan. 15

1976

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Riegelsville, Pa. - Schools

Jan. 27

1976

Residents of the borough donate toward the price Express of their old schoolhouse. Purchase price from Easton Area School District is $2,000. Incorporated 60 years, now has an official seal designed by Chris Weiss. Return of 55 miles per hour speed limit. Speed limit reduced to 45 miles on a 25 mile stretch. Speed limit reduced to 45 miles on a 25 mile stretch. Phillipsburg Area Historical Society has headquarters in historic house. An account of the house. Opens Thrift Store at 428 Northampton Street. Flies a 13 star Revolutionary flag from his home. Voice teacher and community leader. Head custodian honored on April 23, EHS Day. Harrison Fisher, class of 1932. Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express

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Riegelsville, Pa. - Seal Roads - Lehigh Valley Thruway Roads - Lehigh Valley Thruway Roads - Lehigh Valley Thruway Roseberry-Gess House

Jan. 8 Dec. 7 July 20 Oct. 7 May 3

1976 1976 1976 1976 1976

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Salvation Army Scheid, John F. Schooley, Russell R. Schools - Easton High School Day

March 1 July 7 Dec. 6 April 14

1976 1976 1976 1976

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Schools - Notre Dame High School Schools - Students Schools - Tracy

Dec. 11 April 13 March 13

1976 1976 1976

Schools - Wolf Schools - Wolf

Aug. 10 Feb. 10

1976 1976

R. Kirkwood Colton is first layman principal of the school. Students "brown bagging" in protest over school hot lunches. William Eagle won the Northampton County spelling championship sponsored by the Philadelphia Evening and Sunday Bulletin. Wolf School sold for $57,501 to Fred Williams, owner of Exxon Car Care Center. Shift of pupils to March and Palmer objected to by parents. Letters to the editor.

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Schools - Wolf

Feb. 11

1976

Shift of pupils to March and Palmer objected to by Easton Express parents. Letters to the editor. Elementary school named after George Wolf to close its doors. Shift of pupils to March and Palmer schools objected to by parents. Letters to the editor. Easton Express Easton Express

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Schools - Wolf Schools - Wolf

Feb. 17 Feb. 21

1976 1976

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Schools - Wolf

Jan. 23

1976

Shift of pupils to March and Palmer objected to by Easton Express parents. Letters to the editor. Shift of pupils to March and Palmer objected to by Easton Express parents. Letters to the editor. Elementary school named after George Wolf to Easton Express close its doors. Wolf School sold for $57,501 to Fred Williams, Easton Express owner of Exxon Car Care Center. Students at school given a demonstration of use Easton Express of weapons. 7 boys instead of fighting each other form a SWAT team. Pa. State Troopers instruct boys.

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Schools - Wolf

Jan. 27

1976

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1976 1976 1976

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May 21 Feb. 14

1976 1976

Senior Citizens Senior Citizens

June 1 Oct. 1

1976 1976

Sewerage

Jan. 8

1976

EHS Class of 1920 reunites and tours old Wolf School. Shift of pupils to March and Palmer schools objected to by parents. Letters to the Editor of Easton Express. An account of the St. John's Lutheran Church Senior Citizen Center. Discount program to be initiated by Area Agency on Aging of Northampton County. Photograph of individual necessary. Pamphlet listing various stores to be issued. Bushkill-Lower Lehigh Joint Sewer Authority (B-LL) unanimously accepted conditions set by Easton for expansion of its sewage treatment plant. Since 1952 Easton's sewerage treatment plant has purified the city's waste water before dumping it into the Delaware River. Since 1952 Easton's sewerage treatment plant has purified the city's waste water before dumping it into the Delaware River. Ban on smoking probable in Easton Area. Easton Hospital restricts smoking. Ban on smoking probable in Easton Area. Easton Hospital restricts smoking. Easton City Council may pass an ordinance banning smoking in certain public places. Easton City Council may pass an ordinance banning smoking in certain public places. Easton City Council may pass an ordinance banning smoking in certain public places. Easton City Council may pass an ordinance banning smoking in certain public places.

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June 25

1976

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June 29

1976

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April 16 Aug. 18 July 15 July 31 June 19 March 19

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Smoking Ban Smoking Ban Smoking Ban Solar Heat

March 6 March 9 Sept. 17 Oct. 4

1976 1976 1976 1976

South Side Neighborhood Center - McClanahan South Side Neighborhood Center - McClanahan Steckel Family

Sept. 20

1976

Sept. 21

1976

Nov. 22

1976

Easton City Council may pass an ordinance banning smoking in certain public places. Easton Area School Board rejects the plan for the smoking problem at high school. Ban on smoking probable in Easton Area. Easton Hospital restricts smoking. Solar heat workshop conducted at St. John's Lutheran Church, Phillipsburg, N.J. About 70 persons attended. Director Royce McClanahan resigns and cites policy decisions of Community Action Committee of the Lehigh Valley, Inc. Director Royce McClanahan resigns and cites policy decisions of Community Action Committee of the Lehigh Valley, Inc. Steckel, Henry II. Obituary. Was son of Daniel E. Steckel owner of Mt. Jefferson property.

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Swine Flu

Swine Flu Taylor, George - Home

Aug. 13, Sept. 17, Oct. 5, 8 Nov. 2 Dec. 2

1976

Shots start in Easton at Easton National Bank and Easton Express Trust Co. in Centre Square. Shots start in Easton at Easton National Bank and Easton Express Trust Co. in Centre Square. House at 2nd and Northampton Street purchased Easton Express by Robert Butrow and James Chesterton. To be restored as a historic building. Pistols owned by Harry Fels Swan of South Bound Easton Express Brook, N.J. WLVT-TV Channel 39. Auction held to benefit Easton Express station. WLVT-TV Channel 39. Auction held to benefit Easton Express station.

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July 10 May 15 May 17

1976 1976 1976

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Television - Channel 39 Television - Stars Television - Stars Temples - Temple Covenant of Peace Theaters - Eric Twin Theater Theaters - State Theater Tightrope Walk

May 24 April 21 Feb. 23 Dec. 14

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June 16 Sept. 2 March 8

1976 1976 1976

WLVT-TV Channel 39. Auction held to benefit station. Mount Bethel has a TV star named Harold - a great dane. Cloris Leachman visits sister Claiborne Cary in Frenchtown, N.J. Former synagogue at 5th and Ferry Sts. A target for vandals. Has been unsafe for occupancy for some time. Two more theaters proposed for Easton's Eric Complex. An account of its early days. Grandson of the Great Wallenda thrills crowd at Muhlenberg College Memorial Hall. Palmer Plan gets Pa. grant of 2.1 million dollars.

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Trash-To-Fuel Project Trout Hatchery

May 21 March 20

1976 1976

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United Fund

June 29

1976

Green Walk Trout Hatchery in Washington Express Township is one of the largest trout producers in the East. As of July 1, 1977 there will be one United Way Easton Express serving Northampton and Warren Counties. The Greater Bethlehem Area United Way and the Forks of the Delaware United Way have merged to improve their services for the two counties. A survey of vandalism in our schools. Milton Berle, George Jessel, and other old troopers perform with the Roy Radin Vaudeville Revue at Easton Area High School. Sponsored by Washington Lodge of the Fraternal Order of Police. Easton Express Easton Express

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Vandalism Vaudeville

Nov. 19 June 11

1976 1976

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Visiting Nurse Association

Nov. 9

1976

Wagon Train Walk for Development

July 1 May 13

1976 1976

Two employees injured when a truck smashed Easton Express through office building at 3rd Street and Riverside Drive. Wagon train pulls into Easton. An account of its Easton Express travels and activities. Mayor Henry Schultz receives $500 from Easton Easton Express Lion's Club for having finished 20 mile walk. Walk. Easton Express Wilson Borough man is direct descendant ot Easton Express Edward Marshall. Mr. Thomas E. Ridge of 2449 Hay St. participated in the re-enactment of the walk. Time capsule placed in vault on the lawn in front Easton Express of County Courthouse in Belvidere. Account of contents. Opens 500,000 Intensive Care Unit for Coronary Easton Express Care. Delaware River Water sampled and checked daily. Easton Express An account of the activities of the Easton Water Department. Water Rescue operation on the Delaware and Easton Express Lehigh Rivers now have a 26 foot whaleboat owned by Northampton County Civil Defense Unit called the Northampton. High winds lash through the Lehigh Valley area doing much damage. Noted 17 year old wrestler to head for Olympics. Easton Express Easton Express

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Walk for Development Walking Purchase

May 7 June 21

1976 1976

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Warren County, New Jersey Time Capsule

Dec. 23

1976

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Aug. 30

1976

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Weather - Winds Weaver, Bobby Welsh

March 22 May 20 April 10

1976 1976 1976

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Welsh Day promotes, Evan M. Jones, who played Easton Express an important role in the Welsh Heritage Day. Obit.

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April 6 Dec. 22 Nov. 30

1976 1976 1976

Wilson Borough School District - May 7 Hay School Wilson High School - Faculty Wm Penn Highway - Historical Markers April 16 Nov. 11

1976

Evan M. Jones, President of the Bangor Association died. Lehigh River in Easton to be a training area. Plan proposed to city council. Pa. State Judicial Inquiry Board suspends Magistrate Fred J. Pacchioli for misuse of his office and 21 counts of theft. 4th graders toured other schools and presented their Bicentennial Show, "The Story of America." High school principal, Charles Schaeffer, retires. Palmer Township Bicentennial Committee and Business and Professional Association unveiled two historical markers along the Wm Penn Highway on grounds of Easton Area High School. Markers honor Taylor-Wharton Plant and the highway. Political husbands: Robert Meyner and David Reibman discuss their respective political wife Helen Meyner, U.S. Representative from New Jersey and Jeanette Reibman, Pa. State Senator. Retired judge of Northampton County Court honored by Blue Cross of the Lehigh Valley. Car buyer loses $1,500 in phone booth. Later found by youngster and returned. 50 years of Air Mail Service marked at airport. A 1941 biplane is part of ceremonies.

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Women - Politics

July 27

1976

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Woodring, Judge Carleton Youth A.B.E. Airport

July 23 Sept. 20, 21 Sept. 1

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Advertising

Nov. 14

1977

Full page add on downtown Easton by merchants. Easton Express

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Aeronautics - Accidents

Mar. 28

1977

Aeronautics - Mail Service Air Mail Service Allentown Fair Allentown Fair Allentown Fair Allentown Fair Alpha, NJ - Churches Alpha, NJ - Library Animals

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Blairstown man, George Warns employed as flight engineer survives crash of Pan American World Airway #747. Fifty years of air mail service marked at airport. A 1941 biplane part of ceremonies. 50 years of air mail service marked at airport. 1941 biplane part of ceremonies. Sonny and Cher, TV stars perform on midway at evening show. Donny and Marie Osmond perform at evening show. 125 years and still going strong. 125 years and still going strong. St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church celebrates 75th anniversary. Alpha Public Library is 40 years old. Description of celebration. Daniel Tortora, animal psychologist treats animals for behavior problems. Lives in Alpine, N.J. Susan B. Anthony II talks to Rotary about her life. Mostly Pennslyvania Galleries establishes antique store at 60 Centre Square. Includes 4 smaller antique shops. illus. Mostly Pennslyvania, an antique store housed in former Acme Market building to go out of business. Started in April. Reasons for closing cited. Antique Emporium opened in Nazareth Fair Building, owner Stephen J. Nagle. illus. Fred Ashton, former Republican mayor of Easton 1968-1976, changed political parties - is now a Democrat.

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Jan. 14 Aug. 8

1977 1977

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Antiques

Nov. 19

1977

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Antiques Ashton, Fred

Nov. 28 Nov. 25

1977 1977

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Automobile Agencies

Feb. 1

1977

Automobiles - Accidents Automobiles - Antique Automobiles - Electric

Aug. 5 Sept. 17 July 16

1977 1977 1977

Auotmobile agency sold - Gorham Chevrolet, Inc., 3600 William Penn Highway sold to DeichmanWalker Chevrolet, Inc. Truck dives over embankment on Rt. 22 and lands on 25th Street. Andrew Pagano, 67 year old Roseto resident, collects antique autos. Bethlehem Township owns an electric car called Citicar - Township building inspector uses it in his work. Averages 3 miles per kilowatt. Artist Anton Schiavone creates scenes from the Sistine Chapel at his home,117 Main St., Bangor. Swarms of birds worry Bangor residents. Swarms of birds worry Bangor residents. The former St. Paul's Lutheran Church in North Bangor, built in 1898, is sold to the Charles Wells family who have converted it into a home. Policeman shot during burglary. Bangor Lumber Company founded in 1895. A history of the company to date. 60 year old Strand Theater re-opens. Theater is leased by two Phillipburg men hoping to make it an ongoing project. 60 year old Stran Theater Easton Express 60 year old Strand Theater to reopen. It is leased by two Phillipsburg men hoping to make it an ongoing project.

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Bangor, PA - Artists

April 5

1977

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Oct. 29 Sept. 17 Dec. 19

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July 13 October 24, 1977 Aug. 23

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Banks

Sept. 22

1977

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Sept. 22

1977

Area bankers, two U. S. representatives approve of Bert Lance's resignation as U. S. Budget Director. Area bankers, two U.S. representatives approve Bert Lance's resignation as U. S. Budget Director. An account of Frank Mazza and his Hair Center. Specialty work is hair replacement. Series of 20 fires of suspicious origin. Series of 20 fires of suspicious origin. Bath man caught in regard to suspicious fires.

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Barbers Bath, - Fires Bath, - PA. - Fires. Bath, Pa. - Fires. Beam, James Beauty Contests

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Bicentennial - Publications Billboards

1977 1977

One of three prize winners at Kemmerer Museum Easton Express Art Show. Sandra Ann Holley is named Miss Lehigh Valley. Easton Express She is a 21 year old student at Muhlenberg College. Bicentennial 11-volume history to go on sale Express Advertisements on various billboards announce Express the Lehigh Valley's newest sport- bullfighting even though the gory sport is outlawed in the U.S. Program evaluated on its effectiveness for Easton. Express Slogan created by Mayor Henry J. Schultz. Water crisis grips the area. Express Boxer Willie Cook and 13-year-old student Express Theodora Shrope died from fumes in car accident at Hugh Moore Parkway.

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July 19

1977

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Dec. 23 Jan. 6

1977 1977

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Jan. 7

1977

Bridges, Delaware Bridges, misc.

Aug. 22 July 20

1977 1977

British Festival Bus Transportation Bus Transportation Phillipsburg, NJ Bus Transportation Phillipsburg, NJ Bushkill Park Bushkill Township

Nov. 5 Aug. 26 Nov. 25 Oct. 3 April 13 July 15

1977 1977 1977 1977 1977 1977

Boxer Willie Cook and 13-year-old student Theodora Shrope died from fumes in car accident at Hugh Moore Parkway. Fire at toll bridge booth. Northampton County as 17 substandard bridges. Study made by PA Dept. Highways Information Ass. A 2-week display at Bamberger's Store in Lehigh Valley Mall Alfred J. Ferraro, president of Trans-Bridge Lines, Inc., dies at age of 80. After many years, Phillipsburg renews its bus service After many years, Phillipsburg renews its bus service Story of its history and the family who owns it A bitter family feud between Cornelius C. Hawk and his brother-in-law Richard C. Anglemeyer leads to violence and vandalism. Flory Milling Company of Bangor is 124 years old and still serving the area farmers. Full page ad on downtown Easton by merchants.

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Busines - Mills Business - Advertising Business - Antiques

July 5 Nov. 14 Aug. 8

1977 1977 1977

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Business - Antiques

Nov. 19

1977

Business - Antiques

Nov. 28

1977

Mostly Pennsylvania Galleries establishes antique Easton Express store at 60 Centre Square. Includes four smaller antique shops. Mostly Pennsylvania, an antique store housed in Easton Express former Acme Market building to go out of business. Started in April. Reasons for closing cited. Antique Emporium opened in Nazareth Fair Easton Express Building, owner Stephen J. Nagle.

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Business - Banks Business - Banks

April 13 Dec. 29

1977 1977

Valley Federal opens branch at the Palmer Park Mall. Fairview Savings & Loan Association groundbreaking for its $250,000 new headquarters building, 2201 Northampton St. Binney & Smith wins Sears, Roebuck and Co. "Symbol of Excellence" for the 2nd consecutive year. Binney & Smith buys Silly Putty business. Binney & Smith to add $6.5 million expansion to its present facility. Quadrant Book Mart, owned by Janet and Richard Epstein. Stock belonged to Robert Messinger of the Tatamy Book Barn. Located at 110 Main St., West Easton. Pip's Distributing Corp. An account of its business.

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Business - Binney & Smith

Aug. 10

1977

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Business - Binney & Smith Business - Binney & Smith Business - Bookstores

May 14 Oct. 7 Nov. 14

1977 1977 1977

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Business - Breweries Business - Department Stores Business - Easton Car and Construction Business - Electronics

June 27 July 28 Aug. 22 Nov. 28

1977 1977 1977 1977

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Hess Brothers has grand opening in the Stroud Easton Express Mall. Easton Car Corporation in Glendon, an account of Easton Express the firm's plant. Lyco Electro owned and managed by husband and Easton Express wife team in Forks Township, Paul and Jo Lysholdt. Patty's Pantry opens at 508-510 Northampton St. Easton Express Mohican Market - Reconstruction of old market on South 5th Street by Bryant Matyger. Mohican Market - Reconstruction of old market on South 4th Street by Bryant Matyger. Easton Express

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Aug. 13 Jan. 14

1977 1977

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July 30

1977

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May 20 Sept. 29

1977 1977

Business - Furniture Stores Business - Furniture Stores

Aug. 30 Jan. 31

1977 1977

Business - Furniture Stores Business - Hardwre Stores

June 20 April 13

1977 1977

Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc.

Aug. 10

1977

Best Market, untenanted for years, still an eyesore. Mohican Market - Ference Cheese Store, Groman's Bakery, barber, and a boutique to be part of the new Mohican. Palmer Showcase Furniture, 3601 Nazareth Road opens. Used and new furniture to be sold at 5th and Northampton Streets, former location of adult bookstore. Lipkin Furniture Co. in business for 72 years. Man climbs 150 ft. crane at 7th and Northampton Streets. Joseph Fritchman ascended crane being used to demolish Hay building recently gutted by fire. Seipsville Hotel on State and National Registers of Historic Places. Palmer supervisors reject request for a temporary certificate of residence due to poor conditions on the premises. Windmill Restaurant owner, George Laros, obituary. Turnabout Diner demolished. Burger King restaurant to be built on site. DeLuxe Restaurant reopens with $25,000 improvements and safety repairs. Had been closed October 22 because of violations. Seipsville Hotel is on the State and National Registers of Historic Places. Palmer supervisors reject request for a temporary certificate of residency due to poor conditions on the premises. Unpizza Restaurant, 300 N. Third St. (site of Dundee Factory outlet) opens for business.

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Dec. 7 Jan. 29 Jan. 5

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May 29

1977

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May 4

1977

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Nov. 15 & 1977 16

Restaurant inspection by Pa. State Department of Easton Express Environmental Resources. List of restaurants which failed in the inspections. Landmark Hotel on Rte. 611 refurbished as a restaurant. Formerly First Hotel, now Alan's Stockyard. I-R to sell West Easton plant to Ecolaire Inc. of Malvern, Pa. Henry S. Lehr Insurance Company has been in business for 45 years. Aretz Jewelry Store has daytime holdup. Gordon's Jewelry Store moves from 4th and Northampton St. No warning given to local officials regarding the move. Musselman's Jewelry Store in Palmer Mall robbed of $50,000 in jewels. Stroudsburg attorney William K. Sayer advertised his fees in the local press. Strike continues...now in 66th day. An account of the company which is 144 years old. Martin Guitar Co. hit with first employee strike New service for Easton located at 300 Cattell St. Easton Express

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Nov.12

1977

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Business - Ingersoll-Rand Business - Insurance Business - Jewelry Trade Business - Jewelry Trade

Jan. 18 Dec. 3 April 18 May 31

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Business - Jewelry Trade Business - Lawyers Business - Martin Guitar Co.

Oct. 17 Aug. 13 Nov. 19

1977 1977 1977

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Business - Martin Guitar Co. Business - Massage Parlors

Sept. 14 Jan. 26

1977 1977 1977 1977 1977

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Business - Mohican Marketplace Nov. 11 Business - Mohican Marketplace Nov. 12 Business - Packaging June 13

Account of the new shops in the old Mohican Express Market at S. 4th Street Opening of new shops in the old Mohican Market Express at S. 4th Street. Lehigh Valley Packing Corporation located at Express interchange 191 and 33 in Stockertown. An account of the firm.

Business - Paper Industry Business - Poetry

April 6 Sept. 29

1977 1977

Flock Industries, Inc., Phillipsburg, NJ, files for Express bankruptcy Gerald Stern, a resident of Raubsville, won Lamont Express Poetry Award of the Academy of American Poets. Riegel Products Corp. sold to James River Corp., Express Richmond, VA, for $21 million Williams Township sculptor Antonio Salemme is Express commissioned to make bronze portrait of Dwight D. Eisenhower for U. S. Aircraft Carrier. Barry and Joe Isaacs, owners of Shoe Hospital at 21 N. 4th Street have been in business for 44 years. An account of their business. To close its doors on Dec. 3. Bambergers in Lehigh Valley Mall has a 2-week British festival Palmer Mall marks 4th anniversary. Opened August 16, 1973 Opens $600,000 office building in Forks Twp. Plainfield Township, John Van Kleeff creates artwork on slate Wilson Borough Sporting Goods store files for bankruptcy after 2 years in business Isaac H. Schocker was Easton tailor for 56 years Express

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Business - Riegel Paper Co. Business - Sculptors

Sept. 21 June 1

1977 1977

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Business - Shoe Industry

Nov. 22

1977

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Business - Shopping Malls Business - Shopping Malls Business - SI Handling Systems Inc. Business - Slate Industry Carving Business - Sports Business - Tailors Business - Translation Companies Business - Victaulic Co. Business - Victaulic Co.

Nov. 5 Oct. 10 June 17 Oct. 10 Sept. 12 July 7 Dec. 19 June 17 Nov. 18

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Translation firm in Palmer Township started by Express Gladys Webbe. An account of its work. Victaulic Co. plant in Forks Township to cut noise Express problem. Neighbors complained. Victaulic Co. wins a permanent occupancy permit Express for its plant along Kesslersville Road in Forks Tsp.

Business - Victaulic Co. Carling, William

Nov. 2 Jan. 11

1977 1977

Catholics

Oct. 31

1977

CB Broadcasters

Aug. 4

1977

Forks Township plant has put control on its noise problem. Residents seem satisfied. Educator, author and local historian honored by members of St. Peter's United Church of Christ, Tatamy, PA Area Catholics receive "new" communion. Ruling now places wafer in person's hand, not directly in the mouth. Isabelle Siegfried of Belfast operates a CB radio on Channel 19 to truckers from her kitchen. President elect is Barbara Kollevol, first woman director New executive vice president is area minister Rev. J. Michael Dowd New executive vice president is area minister Rev. J. Michael Dowd Timothy W. Taylor of Easton is co-winner of the U.S. Open ChessChampionship. Timothy W. Taylor of Easton is co-winner of the U.S. Open Chess Championship. Gymnasium dedicated and named in memory of Hank Ames, founder of the Easton Express Kiddie Fund Gymnasium dedicated and named in memory of Hank Ames, founder of the Easton Express Kiddie Fund Episcopal priest, Rev. Page Smith Bigelow, a former Phillipsburg woman. Church closed due to code violations. House of the Lord, located 428 Northampton St...an account of its work. Rev. Paul B. Wolper, pastor emeritus of Christ Lutheran Church. Obituary.

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Chamber of Commerce, Easton Jan. 7 Chamber of Commerce, Easton Sept. 14 Chamber of Commerce, Easton Sept. 16 Chess Chess Children's Home, Easton Aug. 22 Oct. 7 Sept. 16

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Children's Home, Easton

Sept. 19

1977

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Churches - Episcopal Churches - House of the Lord

Jan. 13 June 16

1977 1977

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Churches - Lutheran - Christ Evangelical

Jan. 6

1977

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Churches - St. Mary's

Sept. 10

1977

Clements, Arthur J., Sr. Clergy Clothing Stores

July 25 Dec. 17 April 16

1977 1977 1977

St. Mary's Church on Nesquehoning St. now has the statue of St. Patrick returned to the church after a long absence. Had been in St. Anthony's Cemetery on Morgan Hill. Known as "Mr. Democrat of Northampton County." Obituary Many local clergymen have left their churches to take new jobs in the community Judson - Bricker: Bankrupt men's clothing store. Located on South East Corner of Square. Judson - Bricker: Bankrupt men's clothing store. Located on South East Corner of Square. Judson - Bricker: Bankrupt men's clothing store. Located on South East Corner of Square. Judson - Bricker: Bankrupt men's clothing store. Located on South East Corner of Square.

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Express Express Express-Times

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Clothing Stores

June 10

1977

Express-Times

p. 17

Clothing Stores

June 15

1977

Express-Times

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Clothing Stores

June 17

1977

Express-Times

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Clothing Stores

Oct. 1

1977

Clowns

Sept. 13

1977

Clubs - Christian Business and Professional Women Clubs -Sertoma Code Enforcement

Jan. 18 Jan. 19 Dec. 8

1977 1977 1977

Judson - Bricker: Final Auction of merchandise and Express-Times fixtures. Business had been founded by Jacob Mayer in 1900. Neal Fehnel, 18 year old Palmer Township youth Easton Express had been developing his clown act since 8th grade. Now will attend Clown College at Venice, Florida New organization formed in Easton Easton Express Honors Mrs. Virginia P. Lopresti for her work as a local archaeologist Mayor Schultz feels that enforcing the code is reversing decay in Easton. Other citizens comment on the enforcing codes. Easton Express Easton Express

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Coffeetown

Dec. 5

1977

Historic Williams Township is location of an old Easton Express grist mill. Built in 1762 is now placed on National Register of Historic Places. Now owned by Peter Beidler and has been converted to a family home. Brief history of the area including old bridge Easton Express Day marked by an Italian-American fest. Activities Easton Express around the Centre Square, October 8. Day marked by an Italian-American Fest. Activities Easton Express around the Centre Square, October 8. Day marked by an Italian-American Fest. Activities Easton Express around the Centre Square on October 8. Statue at Sts Phillips and James, Parochial School now fully repaired. Foot had been missing by vandalism. Statue at Riverside Park given to city of Easton in 1930 by Columbus Committee at a cost of $13,000. Each year various Italian organizations place a ceremonial wreath on Columbus Day. Statue at Sts Philips and James Parochial School now fully repaired. Foot had been missing by vandalism. Sponsored by WEEX and Easton Area Jaycees at Hacketts Park on September 4 County officials open parking deck with ribbon cutting ceremonies. Courthouse renewal project is hardship for families living in the neighborhood. Easton Express

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Coffeetown Columbus Day

July 8 1977 October 10 1977

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Columbus Day

October 11 1977

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Columbus Day

October 7 1977

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Columbus Statue

October 10 1977

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October 10 1977

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Columbus Statue

October 6 1977

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Community Spirit Day Court House - New Court House - New

Sept. 21 Aug. 19 Feb. 4

1977 1977 1977

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Court House - New

June 8

1977

Northampton County Courthouse Archive building Easton Express finds that permises are over crowded. An account of its business dealings and records of local citizens' credit. Corco (Coalition of Religious and Civic Organizations) releases the Crime survey conducted in various places throughout the town of Easton. Hackettstown sniper spree chosen top local story for 1977 by Express staff. Emile Benoist killed six and later himself. Performed in vaudeville at State Theatre on January 7, 1929 Scenic Drive plans now become a reality. 10-yearold concept dedicated. Hugh Moore Jr., architect and formerly an Easton resident, envisioned the project Sears - Roebuck: Came to Easton in 1929. An account of its business. Bambergers Store: Has a 2-week British Festival in its store at Lehigh Valley Mall. Speaker at annual dinner of Easton Chamber of Commerce. Not well received. Speaker at annual dinner of Easton Chamber of Commerce. Not well received. Easton Express Carrier rescues woman living in a barn at Everittstown, N.J. John B. Bonnell named editorial page editor succeeding Donald W. Diehl. Groundbreaking for new 7 story addition. To cost $6.2 million. Easton Express Easton Express

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Credit Bureau Crime

May 16 Dec. 15

1977 1977

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Crime - New Jersey

Dec. 31

1977

Easton Express

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Crosby, Bing Delaware River - Scenic Drive

October 20 1977 Sept. 22 1977

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Department Stores Department Stores Dix, Jeanne Dixon, Jeanne Easton Express - Employees Easton Express - Employees Easton Hospital - Addition

June 30 Nov. 5 May 27 May 26 Feb. 4 July 1 Jan. 13

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Easton Hospital - Addition

Nov. 5

1977

Easton Hospital - Addition

Oct. 24

1977

Easton Hospital - Dental

Dec. 10

1977

Easton, City of - Business

Jan. 15

1977

Easton, City of - Business

Jan. 15

1977

Easton, City of - Business

Jan. 28

1977

Easton, City of - Celebrations

Jan. 18

1977

Easton, City of - Description Easton, City of - Dwellings

May 11 June 14

1977 1977

Women's Board presents $30,000 towards expansion program. An account of their financial projects. Women's Board presents $30,000 towards expansion program. An account of their financial projects. Dental Clinic opens at Easton Hospital. It was the outgrowth of ProJect Inc. which had operated at Cheston School for 9 years. Future of downtown Easton questioned. Several large stores closed. Article by Steve Armstrong of Easton Express describing business in the past year. Merchants in downtown Easton discuss business trends for 1976 and the effect of the shopping malls on their business. Downtown's illness not terminal - comments on panel discussion sponsored by League of Women Voters Easton to continue on yearly basis to observe Heritage Day (from July 5 to July 10). Programs are planned for commercial, recreation, and historical events. Urban renewal has changed the face of the old town Gutted building at Centre Square and North Third Street to be rebuilt. Architects' plans presented.

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Easton, City of - Dwellings Easton, City of - Dwellings

June 2 June 4

1977 1977

Three buildings in the Church Street Project get Express reprieve Odenwelder house built in the 1800s, located at Express 47 S. 4th St., has been sold to Lebanese Church for $100,000. Structure to be torn down. Brief history

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June 8 March 31 May 18 May 20

1977 1977 1977 1977

Three buildings in the Church Street Project get reprieve Three buildings in the Church Street Project get reprieve Three buildings in the Church Street Project get reprieve Odenwelder house built in the 1800s, located at 47 S. 4th St., has been sold to Lebanese Church for $100,000. Structure to be torn down. Brief history Three buildings in the Church Street Project get reprieve Three buildings in the Church Street Project get reprieve City employees must live within the city limits. Council voted 4 - 1 to give mayor authority to enforce residency ordinance Off-duty firemen picketed ceremonies at groundbreaking for new central fire station Off-duty firemen picketed ceremonies at groundbreaking for new central fire station New Central Fire Station at 6th St. to be finished in a few weeks. Cost $490,225. Project financed completely by federal funds.

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Easton, City of - Dwellings Easton, City of - Dwellings Easton, City of - Employees

May 25 May 26 Sept. 29

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March 18 March 28 Dec. 27

1977 1977 1977

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Easton, City of - Fire Department - Stations Easton, City of - Fire Department - Stations Easton, City of - Historic Preservation

March 12 March 28

1977 1977

New 6th St. Central Fire Station proposed. To cost Express $427,000. Ground-breaking ceremonies for new Central Fire Express House at 6th and Northampton Streets Historic Easton, Inc. is an organization by a group of Eastonians for the purpose of preserving Easton's historic past Express

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1977

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Easton, City of - Historic Preservation Easton, City of - Historic Preservation Easton, City of - Historic Preservation

Jan. 27

1977

July 13

1977

July 22

1977

Historic Easton, Inc. is an organization by a group Express of Eastonians for the purpose of preserving Easton's historic past Easton Redevelopment Authority expressed sharp Express disapproval of establishing an historic Easton District City council authorized the city administration to Express seek an historic district classification for a portion of downtown Easton City council authorized the city administration to Express seek an historic district classification for a portion of downtown Easton Historic tour of Easton developed by theLehighExpress Delaware Development Council Easton's council and mayor are among best paid in Express the State Easton police have a new gymnasium in the Express basement of headquarters equipped with $6000. worth of exercise gear. Area merchants donated $1500 and Police Lodge furnished the rest. City Council asked to drop residency rule for police Express employees State Bureau of Police and Fire Audits reverses its Express decision on 4 city employees who are already on city pensions but work at City Hall jobs. State funds to pension fund had been in jeopardy. Easton Redevelopment Authority (ERA) and City Planning Commission take issue over the fate of the 300 block of Church St. Express

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July 28

1977

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June 27 Dec. 1 Aug. 25

1977 1977 1977

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Easton, City of - Police Dept. Employees Easton, City of - Police Dept. Employees

Aug. 24 Oct. 27

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Easton, City of - Streets - Church Feb. 21 Street

1977

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Easton, City of - Streets - Church Feb. 25 Street Easton, City of - Streets - Church March 16 Street Easton, City of - Streets - Walnut Street Easton, City of - Streets - Walnut Street Easton, City of - Streets - Walnut Street Easton, City of - Streets Weygadt Drive Easton, City of - Taxation Easton, City of -Fire Department - Firemen Easton, City of -Fire Department - Firemen Easton, City of -Fire Department - Firemen Easton, City of -Fire Department - Firemen Easton, South - Streets Education - Easton Junior High School Education - March School April 22 June 14 June 29 Dec. 3

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Easton Redevelopment Authority (ERA) and City Planning Commission take issue over the fate of the 300 block of Church St. Easton Redevelopment Authority (ERA) and City Planning Commission take issue over the fate of the 300 block of Church St. Mayor Schultz and his "crew" clean up Walnut St. while residents sit and watch. Mayor Schultz and his "crew" clean up Walnut St. while residents sit and watch. Mayor Schultz and his "crew" clean up Walnut St. while residents sit and watch. New 8-unit condominium housing complex being built on Weygadt Drive and Burke St. To be called Kinderwood. Easton City Council to conduct a census of the residents for tax purposes Obituary of George "Spike" Keller

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Civil Service Commission backs firemen's layoff Express appeal Off-duty firemen picketed ceremonies at ground- Express breaking for new central fire station City firefighters accept new 2-year contract Express Sink hole on West Nesquehoning St. buries a car; 14 families evacuated. Vandalism mounting on the site as contractors strive to renovate building. March School prepares a change in enrollment. 150 pupils to be transferred to March next term. Building served as junior high and elementary school until 1961, when converted entirely to elementary/ Express Easton Express Easton Express

Education - Northampton July 30 County Area Community College Education - State Subsidy Sept. 20

1977

Dr. Richard C. Richardson, Jr., its first president, plans to leave for a post in Arizona.

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1977

Easton Area School District receives $500,000 in Easton Express additional state subsidies - must resolve how to dispose of it. Three possible uses: put it in escrow for next year; restore previous programs cut from current budget; or, return portion to taxpayers. Easton Area School District receives $500,000 in Easton Express additional state subsidies - must resolve how to dispose of it. Three possible uses: put it in escrow for next year; restore previous programs cut from current budget; or, return portion to taxpayers. Northampton County's fairground located on 30 Easton Express acres in Wilson Boro was later during Civil War known as Camp Washington. An account of its history. Mrs. Orpha Grim to be evicted from her home in a Easton Express low-rent housing project in Easton. 3 city firemen ordered reinstated by Judge Williams. Bill Henry displays his flag collection at Paxinosa Elementary School. An account of the historic hotel - Union Hotel. Additional fraktur found in Bible by Richard Epstein, owner of Quadrant Book Mart in West Easton. Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express

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Sept. 12

1977

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Fairs - Northampton Co., Pa.

Jan. 4

1977

Faith Healer

Dec. 2

1977

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Fire Department Flags Flemington, N.J. - Hotels Folk Art

Aug. 3 June 27 March 28 Nov. 26

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Fonda, Jane

Nov. 22

1977

Movie actress spoke to Lafayette College students. College authorities informed her that her lecture was to be on "American Cinema" and not on her usual socio-political ideas.

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Forks Township - Industries

June 10

1977

Forks Township - Industries

June 4

1977

Fortune Telling

Oct. 1

1977

Residents complain about noise from its newest Easton Express plant, Victaulic Company of America on Kesslerville Road. Residents complain about noise from its newest Easton Express plant, Victaulic Company of America on Kesslerville Road. South Easton Woman Orpha Crim reads the cards Easton Express for future events - an account of her work. Preservation Program to have $1.25 million to rehabilitate area. Historic Easton group wants to assist. 500 parade in Easton protesting imported garments in local stores. Gas Shortage affects Lehigh Valley Area. Gas Shortage affects Lehigh Valley Area. Gas Shortage affects Lehigh Valley Area. Gas Shortage affects Lehigh Valley Area. Gas Shortage affects Lehigh Valley Area. Gas Shortage affects Lehigh Valley Area. Gas Shortage affects Lehigh Valley Area. Gas Shortage affects Lehigh Valley Area. Robert Sandt, owner of gas station at 17th and Butler Streets starts a cooperative service station venture. Receive picture of President Carter. The Hodge family had written to the President. 82 more jobs open due to the institution's expansion program. Easton Express

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Gallows Hill Neighborhood

Oct. 19

1977

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Garment Workers Gasoline Shortage Gasoline Shortage Gasoline Shortage Gasoline Shortage Gasoline Shortage Gasoline Shortage Gasoline Shortage Gasoline Shortage Gasoline Stations

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June 13 Nov. 18

1977 1977

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Feb. 3

1977

Gracedale - Employees Gracedale - Standards

Feb. 4 July 20

1977 1977

David J. Lytle of Nazareth dismissed for shutting Easton Express off the system's boiler and endangering the lives of 650 residents. Employee has dispute with Superintendent over Easton Express sick leave. State Health Dept. has withdrawn its order against Easton Express Gracedale. All necessary corrections were made and institution is in line with code. State Health Dept. has withdrawn its order against Easton Express Gracedale. All necessary corrections were made and institution is in line with code. State Health Dept. has withdrawn its order against Easton Express Gracedale. All necessary corrections were made and institution is in line with code. The 4th annual Greek festival of the Community of Easton Express Annunciation Hellenic Orthodox Church at 20th and Hay Streets, Wilson. Sniper shoots 6 persons, then kills self. Emile Pierre Benoist went on shooting rampage. Easton Attorney - Obituary. All schools must "open doors" to the handicapped pupil. To be renovated at a cost of $20,000. Easton boxer heavyweight contender. NAACP honors Larry Holmes as sportsman of the year. Demonstration of homosexuals and lesbians at Allentown City Hall. Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express

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June 3

1977

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1977

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Oct. 5

1977

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Hackettstown, N.J - Crime Hackettstown, N.J - Crime Hambrook, John C. Handicapped Children Heil Park Holmes, Larry Holmes, Larry Homosexuals

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Houses, Historic

Oct. 28

1977

Housing - Canal Street

Aug. 17

1977

Housing - S. 3rd & Ferry Streets Jan. 12

1977

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1977

Housing - Williams, D.C.

Feb. 24

1977

Hugh Moore Parkway - Bikeway July 28

1977

Log Cabin on Delhaven Road, near Martin's Creek dates back to 1711. May be oldest house in Northampton County. Now owned by Charles Jacobs. Dedicated Oct. 2, 1965 at groundbreaking ceremonies by U.S. Rep. Fred B. Rooney. Located on Canal Street. Almost 12 years later, the project has not fulfilled the plans of its planners. An account of the project. DIG objects to high-rise apartments being constructed on 1.6 acre lot at South Third and Ferry Streets. To be constructed by George and Jack Chartier. DIG objects to high-rise apartments being constructed on 1.6 acre lot at South Third and Ferry Streets. To be constructed by George and Jack Chartier. DIG objects to high-rise apartments being constructed on 1.6 acre lot at South Third and Ferry Streets. To be constructed by George and Jack Chartier. Plot of ground at South Third and Ferry Streets ruled out by Easton Redevelopment Authority for a plan of construction for a high-rise apartment building. An account of David C. Williams of Forks Township, the "biggest landlord" in Easton. He buys old buildings and rents them. City Council approved bikeway proposal by 3-2 vote. To cost $85,000. Some objections cited. Canalboat launched on Lehigh River.

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Aug. 10

1977

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Hugh Moore Parkway Canalboat Hunterdon County, N.J. - Fires Hunterdon County, N.J. Historic Buildings James, Rev. C. Wayland Journalists

Aug. 9 Oct. 10 June 4 July 16 Jan. 17

1977 1977 1977 1977 1977

Canalboat launched on Lehigh River. Hunterdon Hills Playhouse destroyed by fire.

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An account of the Depuy Canal House built in Easton Express 1797. Resigned as pastor of First Presbyterian Church to Easton Express operate the Morris Hill Travel Inc. Swedish journalists: Ms. Christina Paemgren and Easton Express Neil Goldstein visit Easton, take pictures of Northampton Street and its citizens. To be published in Swedish magazine "VI." Shoemaker and Lynch Auto Parts is more like a Easton Express library of car components than the traditional automotive junkyard. Located off R.t 519 in Belvidere, N.J. Retires as Editor of Easton Express. Roasted at Easton Express testimonial. Speaks to the Northampton County Democrats at Easton Express their 14th annual fund-raising dinner. Held at the Northampton County Community Center. Speaks to the Northampton County Democrats at Easton Express their 14th annual fund-raising dinner. Held at the Northampton County Community Center. Treatment Center, Lehigh Valley Artificial Kidney Easton Express Clinic is located on Route 248 West of the Palmer Park Mall. Can handle 100 patients. An account of retired Lafayette Choral Director Dr. Express John D. Raymond's career.

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Aug. 1

1977

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Keith, Donald Kennedy, Senator Edward

June 28, 29 1977 May 11 1977

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Kennedy, Senator Edward

May 13

1977

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Sept. 14

1977

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Lafayette College - Faculty

March 1

1977

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March 14

1977

Lafayette College - Fraternities Lafayette College - Presidents Lafayette College - Presidents Lafayette College - Presidents Lafayette College - Visitors

March 25 Sept. 10 Sept. 12 Sept. 13 Nov. 22

1977 1977 1977 1977 1977

James Shelly, Easton Express reporter, gives an account of 2 outstanding professors: Dr. W. W. Watt and Dr. A. W. Genebien. History of fraternities and their future growth. Dr. K. Roald Bergethon to resign in June 1978. Was president for 20 years. Dr. K. Roald Bergethon to resign in June 1978. Was president for 20 years. Dr. K. Roald Bergethon to resign in June 1978. Was president for 20 years. Actress Jane Fonda spoke to college students. College authorities informed her that her lecture was to be on "American Cinema" and not on her usual socio-political ideas. Obituary of Frederick H. Laubach, Jr. Semonski family of Great Meadows, NJ, are singers on the show. To show the controversial film "Deep Throat." Public to be barred. Star Harry Reems spoke at Lehigh in defense of X-rated films.

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Laubach Family Lawrence Welk Show Lehigh University

Oct. 21 July 16 Dec. 9

1977 1977 1977

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Lehigh University - Honorary Degrees

May 31

1977

Loitering Lopresti, Mrs. Virginia P.

March 19 Jan. 19

1977 1977

Henry A. Kissinger, former Secretary of State, Express received honorary doctor of laws degree. His wife Nancy received honorary doctor of humane letters degree. Merchants in Easton say that loiterers hurt Express business. Bad conditions on N. 4th Street. Sertoma Club honors Mrs. Virginia P. Lopresti for Express her work as a local archaeologist. An account of her life and final resting place in Fairview Cemetery, Pen Argyl. Easton Express

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June 28

1977

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Moonies Movies Movies Movies Movies Movies Movies Movies - Dain Curse

July 9 Nov. 11 Nov. 12 Nov. 14 Nov. 15 Nov. 17 Nov. 18 Dec. 2

1977 1977 1977 1977 1977 1977 1977 1977

Two Express reporters spend weekend at a Moony Camp. Write of their experiences. Movie in Easton. Movie in Easton. Movie in Easton. Movie in Easton.

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Movie in Easton. Easton Express Movie in Easton. Easton Express "Dain Curse" a boon for the Easton economy also Easton Express provided a psychological boost to the community. Group of people from the area who were extras in the cast form an organization - The Dain Curse Alumni Association. The Dain Curse being filmed in Easton starting Nov. 10, 1977. The Dain Curse being filmed in Easton starting Nov. 10, 1977. The Dain Curse being filmed in Easton starting Nov. 10, 1977. The Dain Curse being filmed in Easton starting Nov. 10, 1977. The Dain Curse being filmed in Easton starting Nov. 10, 1977. Easton may be locale for the movie "The Dain Curse." Easton may be locale for the movie "The Dain Curse." Airline hostess murdered. Body found along River Road in Upper Black Eddy, PA. Airline offers reward. Easton Express

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Dec. 3

1977

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Movies - Dain Curse Movies - Dain Curse Movies - Dain Curse Movies - Dain Curse Movies - Dain Curse Movies - Dain Curse Movies - Dain Curse Murder

Nov. 10 Nov. 4 Nov. 5 Nov. 8 Nov. 9 Oct. 18 Sept. 19 Jan. 6

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NAACP

Sept. 7

1977

Nazareth, Pa. - YMCA

Dec. 19

1977

Now has its own headquarters... a one room office Easton Express at the United Way building, 214 Bushkill St. Article notes future programs. Nazareth YMCA Board voted to build a Y center in Easton Express "open country" setting rather thatn on present site a 33 South Main. Sites being considered in Stockertown and Tatamy Area. Board gives plaque in memory of William Moran, Sr., a 14-year member of the prison board Express

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1977

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Northampton Co., PA - Home Nov. 9 Rule Charter Northampton Co., PA - Officials Nov. 17 Northampton County Bureau of Dec. 30 the Aging

1977 1977 1977

Commissioner form of government ended today Express with the adoption of the 1978 budget. New County Council form will be effected at the stroke of midnight. New legislative government for County has all Express Democrats for the offices Obituary of William Hontz, former sheriff Express County owes $21,604 for undocumented expenditures by bureau's director, Mrs. Anne Slater White, who was dismissed by county commissioners. Bureau head, Mrs. Anne Slater White, dismissed by County Commissioners due to mismanagement of funds. Members took oath under new form of government for the county. Workers staged sick days in protest to the state budget impasse and their payless paydays. Easton Express

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Northampton County Bureau of Nov. 17 the Aging Northampton County Council Northampton County Public Assistance Northampton, Pa. - Hotels Norton, William M. Jan. 3 Aug. 19

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1977 1977

Hotel Northampton, located Main & 10th Streets - Easton Express fire gutted 2nd & 3rd floors. Birthday greetings by airplane display. Easton Express

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Jan. 29

1977

Palmer Plan of Waste Conversion Palmer Solid Waste Plan Palmer Township - Employees Palmer Township - Flag Palmer Township - Liberty Bell

Feb. 26 April 12 Oct. 19 May 6 Oct. 8

1977 1977 1977 1977 1977

Magistrate Fred J. Pacchioli has office closed until Easton Express after his trial on charges of theft and misuse of office. Awaits someone of agency to save it from defeat. Easton Express Description and demonstration of plan. Palmer employees must have homes within the township. Receives a new flag for its 120th birthday. Flag presented at Fairview Park. Police Chief Nick Di Vietro and his father Antonio donate a Liberty Bell to the township. To be displayed in foyer of municipal building. Community pool mortgage paid off. Burning of the mortgage by Palmer Lions Club. Gives an account of his work in the court. Downtown Easton parking meters to be free until Dec. 31. Merchants of Easton think the city to abandon parking meters for the economy of downtown Easton. 2,000 spectators view Labor Day Parade sponsored by Lookout Fire Co. School Supt. Of Phillipsburg, Anthony Witham has a hobby of calligraphy. Chamber of Commerce awards the first P.R.I.D. award to Superior TV and Appliances firm. The new Kiwanis Club chartered. Lincoln Engine Company holds 22nd annual oldtimers dinner. Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express

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Palmer Township - Pool Palmer, Judge Clinton Budd Parking Meters Parking Meters

Sept. 22 Aug. 6 Dec. 17 Feb. 26

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Pen Argyl, Pa. - Parades Penmanship Phillipsburg, N.J. - Chamber of Commerce Phillipsburg, N.J. - Clubs Phillipsburg, N.J. - Fire Dept.

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Phillipsburg, N.J. - Library

Dec. 2

1977

Phillipsburg, N.J. - Officials Phillipsburg, N.J. - Schools

Oct. 10 Dec. 10

1977 1977

Library since its designation as a N.J. Area Library is rapidly expanding its collection through microprinted publications, paperback books, and films. Ex-mayor George Vincent killed in Automobile crash. New superintendent Peter Merluzza succeeds Anthony Witham who was forced to resign.

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Phillipsburg, N.J. School District - Nov. 4 Superintendents

1977

Superintendent Anthony P. Witham resigns. Had Easton Express been fined for disorderly conduct due to incident at Hess's Dept. Store in Palmer Park Mall. Superintendent Anthony P. Witham resigns. Had Easton Express been fined for disorderly conduct due to incident at Hess's Dept. Store in Palmer Park Mall. Superintendent Anthony P. Witham resigns. Had Easton Express been fined for disorderly conduct due to incident at Hess's Dept. Store in Palmer Park Mall. Plainfield Farmers' Fair. Mrs. Pat Mayer, 32, of Bangor became the first woman in the area to enter the 4-wheel drive pull. She won 2nd place. Scuffle with welfare demonstrator at Harrisburg still no budget for state. Singer's death stimulates sale of his records in area. A former WEST disc jockey, Ron Barry, a Presley collector. Papier Mache statue of singer made by Anton Schiavone of Bangor and on display in his shop. Easton Express

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Phillipsburg, N.J. School District - Nov. 5 Superintendents

1977

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Plainfield Township - Fair

July 21

1977

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Prendergast, James Presley, Elvis Presley, Elvis Presley, Elvis

Aug. 18 Aug. 18 Nov. 5 Oct. 7

1977 1977 1977 1977

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Raubsville, Pa. - Poet

Sept. 29

1977

Red Cross

July 28

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Red Cross Sept. 21 Red Cross Sept. 27 Rehabilitation Center - Glendon Aug. 18 Reibman Family Roosevelt, Theodore June 23 Oct. 14

Ruggiero, Philip S.

Aug. 18

1977

Gerald Stern, a resident of Raubsville, won the Lamont Poetry Award of the Academy of American Poets. Conducts phone-a-thon for Johnstown flood victims. Easton Chapter marks 60th year of service. Easton Chapter marks 60th year of service. Former director, Anthony Vasconcellos and wife face fraud charges in several states. Nathan and Jeanette Reibman received the Jerusalem City of Peace Award. Visits pupils at Phillipsburg Middle School. Actor Bob Boyd impersonates the President. Program funded by Florida Dept. of Citrus and Interstate United Food Service. Jostled by two Philadelphia Democrats - try to force his vote for the delayed state budget. Brig. Thelma Bassett to retire after 45 years of service. 1977 honoree is Agnes Fowler, retired physical education teacher for 32 years. Some children sent from Wolf. Zarbatany, Robert, teacher and wrestling coach denied his bid for a sabbatical leave. Reed, Verna, 90 year old Easton High School teacher supports Equal Rights for Women for 54 years. Zarbatany, Robert, teacher and wrestling coach denied his bid for a sabbatical leave. Sale of Traill Green to force closing of Webster.

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Salvation Army Schools - Easton High School Day Schools - Paxinosa Schools - Teachers Schools - Teachers

Aug. 30 April 30 July 30 Aug. 20 Oct. 22

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Schools - Teachers Schools - Traill Green

Sept. 27 March 1

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Schools - Wolf

June 8

1977

Schools - Wolf

Sept. 3

1977

Fred A. Williams, Easton developer and Chairman Easton Express of DIG filed bankruptcy petition which will delay the Wolf building project. Wolf School building remodeling for office use by Easton Express Fred A. Williams runs into financial trouble. Senior Citizen Center located at 123 N. 2nd Street Easton Express has program to celebrate its 2nd year. Holy Trinity Episcopal Church - many people say Easton Express Christ's face appears on the tabernacle veil. Obituary. Easton Express Mrs. Jacquelyn Rogers, Easton resident wrote the Easton Express book "You Can Stop." She and her husband are the co-founders of the SmokEnders Program. Civic leader and former Easton Councilmember. Obituary. Spanish Center held at First United Methodist Church, 42 S. 2nd St. Mrs. Helen Streeter - credited with reorganizing the Northampton County SPCA in 1944. Was organized in Easton in 1912. An account of its history. State legislators involved in scuffle - due to delayed state budget. James Prendergast and Philip s. Ruggiero from Northampton County were involved. A resident of Raubsville won Lamont Poetry Award of the Academy of American Poets. An account of the borough. Known as Mrs. SPCA, Obituary. Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express

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Senior Citizen Center Shamokin, Pa. - Churches

Oct. 21 June 25

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Smith, Martin A. Smoking

Nov. 11 Dec. 6

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Snyder, Jay R. Spanish Center SPCA

July 5 Oct. 10 Nov. 3

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State Legislators

Aug. 18

1977

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Stern, Gerald Stockertown, Pa. Streeter, Mrs. Helen

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Stroudsburg, Pa.

Dec. 24

1977

Suburban Security Patrol, Inc. Telephone - Touch-tone

Nov. 21 Jan. 14

1977 1977

Television - Channel 39 Temples - Temple Covenant of Peace Theaters

May 7 April 18

1977 1977

Monroe County's Courthouse, built in 1890, included Pa. Inventory of Historic Places. Description of building. Security company has trained men and dogs to guard homes and businesses. Bell Telephone to modernize service in Easton area by touch-tone telephones and spelling calling services. WLVT-TV Channel 39 conducts fund-raising auction. Monument on lawn of synagogue is dedicated in memory of the Jews killed in Europe. Dick Fox, local art teacher at Easton Area High School, has a love for the theater and is a master of the art of creating theatrical setting. Defeated in referendum by 3-1. Recent Georgia dam disaster affected electoral vote.

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1977

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Trexler Dam

Nov. 9

1977

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United Fund

July 26

1977

Centre Square goes "Hollywood" for the day. A 30 Easton Express second segment in a 12 minute movie depicting the merger of the Forks of the Delaware and the Greater Bethlehem area United Ways. A continuous human chain of linked hands across the Easton-Phillipsburg free Windows broken in downtown area after Easton- Easton Express Phillipsburg football game. Milton Berle, George Jessel, and other old Easton Express troopers perform with the Roy Radin Vaudeville Revue at Easton Area High School. Sponsored by Washington Lodge of the Fraternal Order of Police.

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Voter Registration

July 8

1977

13 year old girl, Tammy Compton, of Stroudsburg Easton Express registered to vote and got away with it. Camp Washington - an account of its history Warren County Jail at Belvidere considered a dreary place for anyone. An account of its facilities. New doctors lured to local hospital. 16 year old volunteer attacked while on duty. Easton Express Easton Express

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War - Camp Washington Warren County, New Jersey Jail Warren Hospital - Doctors Warren Hospital - Volunteers Washington, N.J. - Washington Crossing Park Weather - Rainstorm

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1977

Weather - Thunderstorms

Aug. 11

1977

John Terrell, actor, portrays Washington crossing Easton Express the Delaware on Christmas day. Says this his last year for the enactment. Rainstorm takes life of a 19 year old girl, Debra La Easton Express Form, as she is swept into an uncovered drainage culvert. Lightning bolt shatters rear of Easton Fruit and Easton Express Produce - collapsed into the Bushkill Creek. Dick Hammer, sports director returns to radio station. West Jersey Motor Club pays off $80,000 mortgage. Located in Phillipsburg, N.J. Historis Williams Township is location of an old grist mill. Built in 1762 is now placed on National Register of Historical Places. Now owned by Peter Beidler and has been converted into a family home. Easton developer and Chairman of DIG filed bankruptcy petition which will delay the Wolf building project. Gives an account of his work in the court. Re-establishes police department ranks. Ends mayoral control of the department. Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express

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WEST (Radio Station) West Jersey Motor Club Williams Township

Aug. 10 Aug. 12 Dec. 5

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Williams, Fred A.

June 8

1977

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Williams, Judge Alfred T. Wilson Borough - Police

Aug. 6 Nov. 15

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Wilson Borough - Schools Wilson Borough - Tax

May 12, 1977 1977 Jan. 6 & 11 1977 May 19 1977 1977 1977 1977

Liberty Elementary School to close because of unsound conditions. Council wants to levy a business privilege tax. Business men object.

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Wilson Borough - Tax

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Council votes to levy a one mill gross receipts tax. Easton Express 8th graders barred from playing basketball on the Easton Express freshman interscholastic team. Obituary of Richard Shelling. Easton Express Recent opinion poll shows that Wilson pupils may Easton Express not be getting the kind of education they deserve. Bobby Weaver, two-time state wrestling champion receives the Brad Weaver (named in honor of his brother) award. Publishes a photographic book on Easton - "The Old Home Town." Local institution either to be renovated or built in a new location. Sculpture depicting flight designed by Harry Bertoia of Barto, PA. An account of his life and works. Obituary Lehigh Valley abortion center to open in October at Airport and Steelstone Roads in Hanover Township. Airplane has problem take-off from Braden's Airfield in Forks Township . Forced to land on road. Alpha Presbyterian dedicates picture and plaque in memory of late Rev. Andrew Szabo, pastor for 43 years before his death in 1967. Easton Express

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Feb. 17

1977

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Wynkoop, Ronald Y.M.C.A. A.B.E. Airport

Nov. 30 Dec. 8 Nov. 7

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Sept. 9

1978

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Airplanes

Feb. 23

1978

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Alpha, NJ - Churches

Oct. 14

1978

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Artists

May 8

1978

Artists

Nov. 15

1978

Clarence Carter, mystical painter was born in Easton Express Ohio, but now resides in Milford, NJ. Article on his life and works by Don Henry. Dick Schuyler and Ed Heagy of Phillipsburg have Easton Express exclusive rights to market bulletin boards depicting major characters and scenes from J. R. R. Tolkien's classic trilogy of "The Lord of the Rings." The company is called Oden, Inc. Harry Bertoia, sculptor, designed at ABE airport. Obituary. Eric Knight and his novel, "Lassie Come Home" an account of the author, his home in Bucks Co. and the 40th anniversary of its publication. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Strausser open bakery in Thatcher's Seafood Arcade on Nicholas Street in Palmer Township. Obituary of Chief of Police, Walter E. Heard who served 10 years as Chief of Police, and 26 years in police work The obituary of Mrs. Jennie Bay, wife of Supt .James Bay. Imperial Coiffures, 3340 Nazareth Road, Palmer Township located in 100 year old farmhouse owner Carl L. Mancino. Helen Hulick Beebe, a pioneer in Speech Pathology, makes a formal gift of her clinic. An account of the clinic. Photographs of the various homes in the older section of town. Middle aged robber nets $1,700 at K mart Plaza bank. Easton Express Easton Express

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Bakeries

Dec. 13

1978

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Bangor, PA - Police Dept.

April 4

1978

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Bay family. Beauty Parlors

June 21, 1978. Nov. 4

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Beebe, Helen H.

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Bicycles - Biketrail

April 22

1978

Palmer and Bethlehem Townships clear path to Easton Express bikeways thanks to U.S. Dept. of Interior. Grant of $480,357. A total of 7.08 miles will be provided. Bicyclists from Easton and Bethlehem set a new Express record for pedaling across the U.S. Paul Tibbets of Easton and Earl Page of Bethlehem traveled more than 3000 miles in 13 days, 4 1/2 hours from Santa Monica, CA, to New York City. 1952 graduate of Lafayette College, author of a Express bookk "American Musical Theater." Studied under Dr. W. W. Watt. An account of his student years. Local collectors dig up items in the area and Express display collections in store in Centre Square under auspices of the Forks of the Delaware Bottle Club. Larry Holmes, Easton's boxing champion, offers to bail out the Boys Club. To act as honorary chairman of a fund-raising drive. Larry Holmes kicks off fund drive by donating $1,000. Woolworth's downtown store closes after 50 years of service. First Valley Bank of Bethlehem made about $23,000 in questionable payments to politicians. Express

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1978

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Boardman, Gerald M.

Dec. 1

1978

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Bottles

Sept. 15

1978

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Boys Club of Easton

Nov. 18

1978

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Boys Club of Easton Business - 5 & 10 Cent Stores Business - Banks

Nov. 22 March 7

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Business - Banks

Business - Banks

Sept. 9

1978

First National Bank ( formerly Northampton Easton Express National) at 4th and Northampton Streets has interior renovated at a cost of $150,000. Fairview Savings & Loan Association moves to new Easton Express headquarters at 2201 Northampton Street.

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Business - Bethlehem Steel

Dec. 5

1978

Bethlehem Steel Corp. has signed an Easton Express unprecedented agreement with China to develop and expand an ancient iron ore mine at Shuichang. Purchases Silly Putty for $3 million. Easton Express Binney & Smith, inc. now for the first time listed Easton Express on the New York Stock Exchange. Previously was traded on the American Exchange. Bixler's Jewelry Store the subject of a TV documentary onstation WNEP-TV Scranton entitled "NEP Alive". Beer distributing firm moves from North Third Street to Forks Twp. Raymond Baurkot ends 44 years of business in downtown Easton. Easton Express

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Jan. 12 June 20

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Business - Bixler's

Aug. 30

1978

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Business - Breweries

Feb. 23

1978

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Business - Breweries

June 9

1978

Business - Chimney Sweep

Oct. 5

1978

Kuebler's Brewery. Dismantling the 190 ft. Easton Express chimney of the old brewery on Rt. 611 South is being done by Ray Amadore. Fred Sterner of 721 Cattell St. has established Easton Express himself as a chimney clearner for the Easton area. Hess Brothers plans to merge with Marshall Field Co. Lehigh Valley Drafting Equipment shop at 58 Centre Square finds business in downtown Easton successful. Shapson, Inc. bedspread and drapery manufacturer located at St.John and Philadelphia Road to close after 50 years. Schoeneck Farms, Inc., Nazareth, Pa. may have to liquidate its alfalfa feed processing plant. Easton Express Easton Express

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Business - Department Stores Business - Drafting

Nov. 24 July 12

1978 1978

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Business - Fabrics

Sept. 15

1978

Easton Express

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Business - Food Industry

June 29

1978

Easton Express

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Business - Food Industry

Nov. 21

1978

Keystone Food Products moved to former Weller Easton Express Building in Lower Nazareth Township. Former site sold to Victaulic Co. of America to manufacture molten and synthetic rubber products and also a warehouse. Quick Chek opens store in Wilson Borough. Easton Express Old Lanark Red Schoolhouse turned into furniture Easton Express store. Owner Sol Schacker calls the store the Paul Revere Furniture Store. Location at the base of South Mountain in Center Valley. Bennet Hardware Store celebrating its 110th year in downtown Easton. Gives an account of its history. Bryant Matyger, developer of Mohican Marketplace renovates former Paramount store at 411 Northampton St. for a new nightclub discotheque - to be called Club Paramount, to replace Club Mohican which closed due to air conditioning problems. Anton's Restaurant in Palmer Township, 2722 Freemansburg Ave. opens. Matteo's Italian delicatessen and short order food opens at 208 Cattell St. Mario Andretti and Mayor Schultz at Grand Opening. Easton Express

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Business - Food Stores Business - Furniture Stores

Jan. 19 June 22

1978 1978

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Business - Hardware Stores

Oct. 30

1978

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Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc.

Aug. 15

1978

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Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc. Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc.

Aug. 21 Feb. 2

1978 1978

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Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc. Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc. Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc.

Feb. 21 March 22 Sept. 12

1978 1978 1978

Ladle Restaurant closes and discotheque planned Easton Express for the site. Ginople's restaurant sold to Bradley Mattern. An Easton Express account of the restaurant. Club Paramount forced to close as owner failed to Easton Express obtain necessary Pa. liquor license.

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Business - Hotels, Taverns,etc. Business - ITT Business - Lumber Trade Business - Mack Printing Co.

Nov. 14 March 31 July 13 Jan. 5

1978 1978 1978 1978

9 easting place owners fight Easton 's fire code.

Easton Express

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ITT Electron Tube Division Palmer Township plant Easton Express on strike since February 23. Eisenhardt Mills, Inc. to build woodwork for a Express palace in Saudi ArabiaMack Printing Co. purchases the building of the Express former Sheridan Machine Company for $700,000. Obituary of Donald W. Riddagh, vice president at Mack Printing Co. The strike a thing of the past to the workers. Court delays in ruling to stop the striking union members from trying to keep people from entering or leaving plant. An account of union activities. Bank forecloses on Marketplace. Owner, Matyger. Express Express Express

Business - Mack Printing Co. Business - Martin Guitar Co. Business - Martin Guitar Co.

July 17 July 14 May 19

1978 1978 1978

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Business - Mohican Marketplace Feb. 18 Business - Mohican Marketplace July 6 Business - Mohican Marketplace May 30

1978 1978 1978

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Business - Mohican Marketplace Oct. 6

1978

Teenagers, under 21, turn basement into disco Express called Club Mohican The Club Mohican, the private club and Express discotheque in the Marketplace, closed by owner Bryant Matyger. All parties and activities cancelled. Lafayette Trust Bank holds a $95,000. mortgage. A meat shop - deli to be a new department, Express operated by Romeo Bussiere and Jay Feathers, one of the butchers in Old Mohican Market. Phillipsburg opera singer Linda Pellegrine, lyric soprano, appears regularly with the Philadelphia Opera Company. Express

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Business - Music & Musicians

April 22

1978

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Business - Music & Musicians

Aug. 22

1978

Gary Schocker, flutist, places first in Young Artist competition in National Flute association. Obituary of Hazel Moser Klechner, area pianist and organist. Well-known entertainer in the Lehigh Valley. Shawnee Choir of Delaware Water Gap loses its director, Dr. Earl Wilhoite Joseph Rocco Mascari of Phillisburg wrote song "I'm from New Jersey". Both houses of NJ legislature approved song as state song but Gov. William T. Cahill vetoed it. After nearly 2 years of delay, Pfizer Inc. (Marketing Department of Metals, Pigments, and Minerals Division) moves into third floor offices in Wolf School Building.

Express

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Business - Music & Musicians

June 1

1978

Express

p. 24

Business - Music & Musicians Business - Music & Musicians

May 6 Nov. 13

1978 1978

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Business - Pfizer & Co.

Nov. 3

1978

Express

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Business - Plumbing Business - Restaurants

March 7 July 17

1978 1978

Business - Shopping Centers

Jan. 17

1978

Obituary of William Tomino, ex-Easton Express councilman, plumbing business owner. Hot dog vendors with push carts now approved by Express city. John Pappas one of the vendors. Mostly sell in vicinity of circle. Shopping center located in Williams Township Express annexed by City of Easton 7 years ago results in a tax controversy. The annexation of South Side Food Lane Center would cost more than $43,500. 25th Street shopping center fire started in Father Express Time Clock Shop. Blamed on electricity. Fin and Fish opens at 425 Northampton St. Roy Harvey is owner. Obituary of John E. Miller, owner of Easton Storage Company Express Express

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Business - Shopping Centers

May 1

1978

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Business - Sports Business - Storage Companies

Nov. 8 Dec. 4

1978 1978

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Business - Travel Agencies Business - Variety Stores

May 15 Sept. 2

1978 1978

Business, etc.

Nov. 17

1978

Canals and canaling

July 1

1978

Cavallo family

July 31

1978 1978

Chamber of Commerce, Easton July 18

Chamber of Commerce, Easton May 26

1978

Churches - Baptist Churches - Baptist

Aug. 26 Nov. 4

1978 1978

Commercial agency opens: Travel Design ,1940 Northampton St. Pet store, Tomlyn Pet Supply Store, opened at 548 W. Berwick St. Also sells equipment for dog sled racing. Apollo Car Wash, formerly Jet Car Wash at 240 N. Delaware Drive is renovated. Owned by John DiVietro and John Tersignia. Lehigh Canal boat "Josiah White" to make its first passenger run. Purchased for $10,000. An account of the arrangements An account of Dr. John Cavallo's home life and preparation of food. Former executive vice president Gene Gosch fined $50 and made restitution after being charged with illegally collecting $2500 in unemployment compensation benefits. Burns the mortgage on the Chamber's new building at 157 S. 4th St. Building constructed in 1975. Shiloh Baptist Church. An account of it activities for its negro members. First Baptist Church of Easton has new building on Greenwood Avenue in Palmer Township. The First Moravian Church of Easton celebrated the 90th anniversary of its founding

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Easton Express Easton Express

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Churches - Moravian

April 8

1978

Express

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Churches - Presbyterian

Dec. 16

1978

South Side Presbyterian Church at Valley and Express Wilkesbarre St. will merge its 60 members with the Olivet Presbyterian Church at 15th & Northampton St. Founded in 1881 as a mission of the First Presbyterian Church of Easton.

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Churches - Presbyterian

Oct. 24

1978

Churches - St. Anthony's Churches - St. John's Lutheran Clothing Stores

April 24 Sept. 16 Dec. 5

1978 1978 1978

Clothing Stores

Jan. 9

1978

Clothing Stores

Oct. 3

1978 1978

Clubs - American Association of May 10 University Women Clubs - Sertoma CORCO April 5

1978

October 18 1978

Court House - New Court House - New

April 10

1978

November 1978 21 March 10 1978

Crime

College Hill Presbyterian congregation honor their pastor Rev. Robert Sandercock for his 19 years of service. St. Anthony's Youth Center celebrates 25th anniversary. Former pastor, Rev. John Steinbruck named recipient of Isiah award. Lerner's Shop, at 345 Northampton Street, to close early in 1979 after more than 25 years in downtown Easton. Mom and Tot Store. Store to close at end of February; it was located at 408 Northampton St. Joseph's Mens Store: Obituary of owner, Samuel J. Joseph. The Easton branch celebrates 50 years on May 18th with a dinner at Northampton County Country Club. Brief history Awards "Service to Mankind" to Mrs. Margaret Dobson Druse A small group of Easton citizens formed to lobby for the needs of the community. Account of the activities of the Coalition of Religious and Civic Organizations. CORCO had its first annual convention at St. Marks United Church of Christ on October 19 Moving day. Major offices move into the new administration building. Funds to be saved by employing a cleaning and janitorial agency. Cleaning employess threaten action on loss of their jobs. Organized crime is said to be "moving in fast" in the Poconos.

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Easton Express Easton Express

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Express-Times

p. 9

Express-Times Easton Express

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P. 15 P. 15

Easton Express

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Crime Crime Crime Crime - Arson

March 7 March 8 March 9 Jan. 13

1978 1978 1978 1978

Crime - Arson

Jan. 5

1978

Dairy Plants Delaware River

July 18 June 7

1978 1978

Delaware River Joint Toll Bridge July 22 Commission

1978

Organized crime is said to be "moving in fast" in the Poconos. Organized crime is said to be "moving in fast" in the Poconos. Organized crime is said to be "moivng in fast" in the Poconos. Trial of Bath, PA arsonist, Gary W. Hartzell, to be held out of Northampton County due to media publicity. Trial of Bath, PA arsonist, Gary W. Hartzell, to be held out of Northampton County due to media publicity. LeHi Dairy. Workers at Allentown plant strike. Mary Lou Pyatt, 19, of Phillipsburg rescued Joseph Corcoran of Stroudsburg from drowning in Delaware River while 50 people watched from Northampton Street Bridge Vehicle carrying receipts of $10,196. in cash held up by two men who later abandoned van and fled on separate motorcycles. Van was making daily trip to bank in Stroudsburg.

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Easton Express

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Easton Express Express

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Express

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Democratic Party

Aug. 28

1978

Department Store

Jan. 26

1978

Department Stores

March 31

1978

Obituary of Helen D. Sutton, leader in party and Express aid to Francis E. Walter. Was PA State Democratic Committee woman for 31 years. Laneco Department Store: In Pohatcong Easton Express Township has part of its roof collapse due to heavy snowstorm. Wilson Borough approves site plan for K-mart Easton Express store on 9.77 acre tract of land on 25th St. Obituary of John B. Taylor, retired vice president. Easton Express

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p. 1

p. 1, map.

Dixie Cup Co.

Dec. 5

1978

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Doctors Doctors Doctors Doctors

12 May Dec. 5 March 20 Nov. 9

1978 1978 1978 1978

Dr. Anthony Sparta to retire after 50 years as a Easton Express physician in Easton. Obituary for Dr. Joseph M. Brau, Easton physician. Easton Express Obituary of Dr. Rolf E. Johnson. Easton Express Dr. Dominick J. Raso of Easton reinstated as a staff Easton Express member at Muhlenberg Medical Center. Muhlenberg Medical Center ousts Dr. Dominick J. Easton Express Raso of Easton for his disruptive conduct at a medical staff meeting. Borzoi breed raised by Karen Staudt of Express Stewartsville, NJ, are stars in tv commercials. Director Mrs. Elizabeth Johns resigns as of Feb. 1 DIG moves into quarters at the Easton Area Chamber of Commerce building on 2. 4th Street Express Express

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Doctors

Sept. 21

1978

p. 1

Dogs

July 22

1978

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Downtown Improvement Group Jan. 17 (DIG) Downtown Improvement Group July 29 (DIG) Downtown Improvement Group June 8 (DIG) Downtown Improvement Group May 8 (DIG)

1978 1978

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1978

New executive director, William D. Schroeder, Jr., Express 21, graduate of University of PA, appointed New director was head of Hemophilia unit under Express Federal investigation. Mrs. Harriet Phillips chosen from a list of 20 applicants. Committee not aware of her involvement in the association. Easton puts restrictions on drinking in public Plans mobile branch in Palmer Township. Mrs Frances S. Wallace former college hill branch librarian. Chairman emeritus of Easton Express, J. Laurence Stackhouse, celebrates his 90th birthday. Express Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express

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1978

p. 9

Drinking Easton Area Public Library Easton Area Public Library Staff------ Obituary Easton Express

July 13 Feb. 11 July 25 Feb. 2

1978 1978 1978 1978

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Easton Express Easton Express - Employees Easton Express - Parking Lots Easton Hospital Easton Hospital Easton Hospital Easton Hospital Easton Hospital Easton Hospital - Emergency Room Easton, City of - Historic Preservation Easton, City of - Celebrations

March 13 Sept. 30 July 31 July 18 July 22 May 16 May 3 Sept. 26 Aug. 7 Jan. 5 Aug. 31

1978 1978 1978 1978 1978 1978 1978 1978 1978 1978 1978

J. L. Stackhouse, chairman emeritus of the board of Easton Publishing Co. Obituary. S. Parnell Lewis retires as associate editor after 43 years of service. Easton Publishing Company leases parking lot at Riverside Drive from city. Renovation program provided for new entrance and lobby on 21st Street. Renovation program provided for new entrance and lobby on 21st Street. Junior League of the Lehigh Valley plan health care center at Easton Hospital. Junior League of the Lehigh Valley plan health care center at Easton Hospital. Old Cleaning plant building at 20th and Ferry Streets site for parking garage. Emergency room: its activities.

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Easton, City of - Celebrations Easton, City of - Celebrations Easton, City of - Celebrations Easton, City of - City Hall

July 10 July 26 June 29 Aug. 23

1978 1978 1978 1978

12 firms in the area join the revitalization group Express known as Great Easton Corp. Labor Day weekend also celebrated with Express community Spirit Day, a fun and games festival at Hacketts Park. Sponsored by Easton Jaycees and WEEX. Heritage Day activities Express "Circle Circus" part of the celebration of Express "Downtown Easton Week" Heritage Day activities are planned for weekend of Express July 8-10 City Hall to conduct open house on Sept. 9 Express

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Easton, City of - Design

Oct. 3

1978

"Easton Design Guide" is a publication to guide citizens who wish to participate in Easton's restoration approved by Mayor Schultz and members of various agencies. Planning took 6 months, prepared by Lancaster firm of deVitry, Gilbert, and Bradley. Cost $ Open house on Sept. 9 of Fire Department's new facilities at 6th and Northampton Streets

Express

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Easton, City of - Fire Department - Stations Easton, City of - Fire Department - Stations Easton, City of - Historic Preservation

Aug. 23

1978

Express

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June 20 April 24

1978 1978

Easton Fire Dept. moves into new quarters across Express from old building In celebration of National Preservation Week, Express Historic Easton, Inc. sponsored a bus tour of Easton Saturday May 13. It cost 50 cents. Historic Easton, Inc. will sponsor a walking tour on Express Saturday Dec. 9 from 1-5 pm. To feature 16 examples of restoration. Art Deco of the 1920s is shown on many Express downtown buildings In celebration of National Preservation Week, Express Historic Easton, Inc. sponsored a bus tour of Easton Saturday May 13. It cost 50 cents. In celebration of National Preservation Week, Historic Easton, Inc. sponsored a bus tour of Easton Saturday May 13. It cost 50 cents. Express

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Easton, City of - Historic Preservation Easton, City of - Historic Preservation Easton, City of - Historic Preservation

Dec. 7

1978

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July 17 May 12

1978 1978

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Easton, City of - Historic Preservation

May 15

1978

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Easton, City of - Historic Preservation

May 25

1978

Easton's architecturalll treasures being studied by Express Eugene Aleci of Lancaster architectural firm of deVitry, Gilbert and Bradley at cost of $25,000

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Easton, City of - Historic Preservation

May 8

1978

City and Historic Easton, Inc. and Chamber of Easton Express Commerce award contract to Lancaster architectural firm of deVitry, Gilbert & Bradley for $25,000. to survey and plan historic rejuvenation for downtown Easton. Inventory to be done by Nancy Sanquist of Easton Historic Easton Inc. awards its first "annual award" Express to Easton Publishing Co. for the purchase of the 85year-old former Wolf school. Other businesses cited for having restored their buildings. Survey of historic sites conducted by volunteers under a $10,000 State grant Historic Easton, Inc. believes the code rejuvenation will attract middle and high income property owners back to downtown area. Plans drive to restore the downtown area. Survey of historic sites conducted by volunteers undera $10,000 state grant Mayor Schultz and a coalition of public and private leaders issued an "Easton Preservation Philosophy" - a commitment to hold onto the downtown area's fine 18th and 19th century buildings. Express reporter Jim Shelly writes a story simulating July 3, 1776, signing of the Declaration of Independence Easton Rredevelopment Authority to save 9 houses located on the west side of South Fifth Street between Wolf Ave. and Washington St. Express Express

p. 9

Easton, City of - Historic Preservation

Oct. 26

1978

p. 15

Easton, City of - Historic Preservation Easton, City of - Historic Preservation

Sept. 18 Sept. 28

1978 1978

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Easton, City of - Historic Preservation Easton, City of - Historical Preservation

Sept. 5 May 26

1978 1978

Express Express

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Easton, City of - History

July 8

1978

Express

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Easton, City of - Housing

May 24

1978

Express

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Easton, City of - Housing Easton, City of - Mayors

Nov. 9 June 14

1978 1978

Easton, City of - Mayors

June 16

1978

Easton, City of - Officials

May 16

1978

Easton, City of - Officials

May 6

1978

Easton, City of - Police Dept.

Aug. 23

1978 1978 1978 1978

Easton, City of - Police Dept. Feb. 17 Dogs Easton, City of - Police Dept. March 10 Dogs Easton, City of - Redevelopment Oct. 9

Easton, City of - Streets

Aug. 3

1978

Area properties owned by David Williams sold at a Northampton County jSheriff's sale Mayor Henry Schultz labeled as a practitioner of the art of compromise. An account of his term of office. Easton Mayor Henry Schultz was at ringside for the Larry Holmes fight at Las Vegas. When he rushed to the fighter's dressing room, his wallet was stolen. John Beckam (city engineer - director of public services ) refused to resign. Mayor Schultz plans to fire him. John Beckam ( city engineer - director of public services) refused to resign. Mayor Schultz plans to fire him. Police Department to conduct open house on Sept. 9 Head of Canine Corps and top dog (Bronson) retire. Canine Corps started in 1970. Head of Canine Corps and top dog (Bronson) retires. Canine Corps started in 1970. Easton Redevelopment Authority appointments by former Mayor Ashton upheld by PA Supreme Court City planners outline plan to build a new 540-feetlong street connecting South Union and South 5th St. in the Gallows Hill area. Walk and Don't Walk signs at Centre Square declared unsafe for pedestrian crossing Construction during the summer months on Northampton and 4th Streets leads consumers and merchants to complain

Express Express

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Express

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Express

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Express Express Express Express

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Easton, City of - Streets

July 8

1978 1978

Express Express

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Easton, City of - Streets - Fourth Aug. 1 Street

Easton, City of - Streets - Repairs Aug. 26 Easton, City of - Theaters Oct. 5

1978 1978

Easton, South

Aug. 23

1978

Constant street repairs on Northampton Street irk Express downtown merchants Two new theaters approved by Easton Planning Express Commission. Developers are Jack and George Chartier. Residents living on 800 block of Lincoln Street Express organize a watchdog association to prevent and reduce fear of crime in their area. Residents complain to city council that they are Express living in a crime-plagued neighborhood. They want help Residents complain to city council that they are Express living in a crime-plagued neighborhood. They want help. Expansion plan for Eddyside Municipal Beach and Easton Express Park presented to City Council. Park area to be a memorial for Jay Snyder, former city councilman. March School has visit from poet Philip Dow. Received the Outstanding Citizen Award from Phillipsburg Chamber of Commerce. About 100 Lehigh Valley men and women marched to Bethlehem YWCA in support of the issue. F & T Auto Works Garage at 1053 Bushkill Drive damaged heavily by fire. Four families homeless after fire damages homes on South 9t Street. Four families homeless after fire damages homes on South 9t Street. Fire ruins 6 unfinished townhouses in the Fiddlers Elbow development. Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express

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p. 15

Easton, South - Crime

Aug. 3

1978

p. 1

Easton, South - Crime

July 27

1978

p. 13

Eddyside

Feb. 21

1978

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Education - March School England, Dr. Herbert K. Equal Rights Amendment

May 6 May 11 Aug. 28

1978 1978 1978

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Fires Fires - Easton Fires - Easton Forks Township - Fires

April 12 Oct. 4 Sept. 29 Sept. 8

1978 1978 1978 1978

Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express

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Foul Rift Gallows Hill Neighborhood

April 12 April 27

1978 1978

An account of the area on the Delaware River. More than 70 persons attended the office of the Gallows Hill Neighborhood Preservation at their open house at 149 S. 6th St. Alice Baylog wins poster contest depicting preservation of Gallows Hill by city. Residents of the South Sixth Street area plan to improve declining neighborhood. Receive $10,000 check for the project. Glendon Borough Lions club chartered. Sponsored by Palmer Lions Club. Created to revitalize Easton. To use Lancaster Model in its plan of action. Wilson's annual Greek festival held at Hellenic Orthodox Church is the 6th for the Greek Community. King of gypsies swears they will stay out of Easton. Several had been charged with felonies.

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Gallows Hill Neighborhood Gallows Hill Neighborhood

July 19 March 3

1978 1978

Easton Express Easton Express

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Glendon, Pa. - Clubs Greater Easton Corporation Greeks

May 15 Jan. 25 Nov. 8

1978 1978 1978

Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express

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Gypsies

Sept. 13

1978

Easton Express

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Hart, Jacob

Nov. 22

1978

Health

Aug. 24

1978

Portrait of son of early settler of Easton presented Easton Express to Northampton County Historical Society by Mrs. C. Spencer Allen. Easton resident agrees to stop marketing "weight- Easton Express control earring." Pa. Health Dept. bans sales of plastic earring developed by Robert Sun and his mother Dr. Evelyn Zu-Gno Lee Sun. Hess Brother's Department store sold item.

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p. 1, illus

Health

Aug. 29

1978

Easton resident agrees to stop marketing "weight- Easton Express control earring." Pa. Health Dept. bans sales of plastic earring developed by Robert Sun and his mother Dr. Evelyn Zu-Gno Lee Sun. Hess Brother's Department store sold item. Buys at 20 Gordon Drive, Old Orchard, Palmer Easton Express Township for $70,000. Muhammad Ali to attend Holmes dinner. List of Easton Express other guests. Testimonial dinner held at Kirby Hall, Lafayette Easton Express College. 600 persons attend including Muhammad Ali and others in the boxing world. Testimonial dinner held at Kirby Hall, Lafayette Easton Express College. 600 persons attend including Muhammad Ali and others in the boxing world. Wins the World Boxing Championship over Ken Norton at Caesar's Palace, Las Vegas. An account of the bout. Centre Square jammed by hundreds of persons to celebrate Larry Holmess title bout on June 9, 1978. Easton Mayor Henry Schultz was at ringside for the Larry Holmes fight at Las Vegas. When he rushed to the fighter's dressing room his wallet was stolen. Easton boxer wins victory over Earnie Shavers in Las Vegas. Training in Catskill Camp. Series of photographs. Easton Express

p. 1

Holmes, Larry Holmes, Larry Holmes, Larry

July 15 July 21 July 28

1978 1978 1978

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Holmes, Larry

July 31

1978

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Holmes, Larry

June 10

1978

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Holmes, Larry

June 10

1978

Easton Express

p. 1, illus

Holmes, Larry

June 16

1978

Easton Express

p. 19

Holmes, Larry Holmes, Larry Holmes, Larry

March 27 May 16 May 8, 9, 10, 11

1978 1978 1978

Easton Express Easton Express

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Series of 4 articles by Mark LaRose, Easton Express Easton Express staff writer.

Holmes, Larry Holmes, Larry Houses, Historic

Nov. 11 Oct. 11 Sept. 8

1978 1978 1978

Housing Housing

April 4 Aug. 25

1978 1978

Knocks out Alfredo Evangelista of Spain in 7th round at Las Vegas on Friday Nov. 10th. Named as honorary recruiter by the U.S. Air Force at ceremonies at Easton. Jacobsburg Historical Society to restore the Henry Homestead. Description of the 200 year home of the William Henry Family. Williams' tenants say they can't afford to move. David C. Williams, Easton's controversial landlord accuses George Winter, Easton's code administrator of alleged pay offs. David C. Williams, Easton's controversial landlord accuses George Winter, Easton's code administrator of alleged pay offs. Landlord David Williams to sell all Easton properties and settle in Florida. He had been a controversial landlord with many deteriorated properties. Williams bankruptcy moved from Tampa to Court in Pennsylvania. An accont of his debts. Easton's largest housing development when completed to be called the Highlands. 86 acre tract on northern slope of Morgan's Hill from Route 611 along Delaware River to Western edge of South Side. City, utilities try to solve woes of Williams' tenants. Some Williams tenants to face eviciton. Williams' tenants stage rally in Centre Square. Landlord David Williams gives his version on his problem of renting his apartments.

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Easton Express Easton Express

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Housing

Aug. 26

1978

Easton Express

p. 1

Housing

Jan. 25

1978

Easton Express

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Housing

July 14

1978

Easton Express

p. 17

Housing

June 30

1978

Easton Express

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Housing Housing Housing Housing

March 17 March 22 March 28 March 29

1978 1978 1978 1978

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Housing

March 3

1978

Landlord Williams has auction of his properties. Nobody wants to buy his run-down buildings. Landlord Williams has auction of his properties. Nobody wants to buy his run-down buildings. Low-income elderly of the area hurt most by housing pinch. Usual waiting period is 3-5 years.

Easton Express

p. 7

Housing

March 6

1978

Easton Express

p. 1

Housing

May 4

1978

Easton Express

Housing

Oct. 12

1978

FBI Clears Easton's Code Office of wrongdoing. Easton Express David Williams brought the issue forward thru his testimony in the federal bankruptcy court. David Williams says officials lied while George Easton Express Winter and City Planning Director Maue say they didn't. David C. Williams, Easton's controversial landlord Easton Express accuses George Winter, Easton's code administrator of alleged pay offs. Canal boat being readied for the summer season. Easton Express White Water-Course a possibility. Potential training area for the sport. Lehigh canal boat "Josiah White" to make its first passenger run. Purchased for $10,000. An account of the arrangements. Injured boat mule destroyed after vet determined broken hip was irreparable. Hugh Moore Parkway sign on Route 22 erected advertising canal boat rides. Lehigh canal boat "Josiah White" to make its first passenger run. Purchased for $10,000. An account of the arrangements. Jake, the second canal mule dies. Easton Express Easton Express

p. 1

Housing

Oct. 14

1978

p. 1

Housing

Sept. 1

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July 29 June 2

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May 19

1978

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May 11

1978

Canal mules named Jesse and Jake by Debra Berger who won the name contest. Mules pulling Canal boat perform well on opening boat rides. An account of the mules and their work. Israeli envoy visits Easton. Yaacov Paran welcomed by Mayor Schultz at a reception. Cut birthday cake in observance of 30 years of cooperation. Yaacov Paran visits Easton May 18 during Easton's celebration of Israel's 30th Anniversary. Jacobsburg Historical Society to restore the Henry Homestead. Description of the 200 year old home of the William Henry family. To close its doors. Building to be sold. Started in 1915 as Young Men's Hebrew Association. Building purchased from old Hutter estate, 660 Ferry Street. Kreskin visits Lehigh Valley Area to plug latest book. New president named to succeed Dr. K. Roald Bergethon. He is Dr. David W. Wllis of the University of New Hampshire. An account of the background of Lafayette's new president, Dr. David Ellis. Alumni Club salutes retiring president Dr. K. Roald Bergethon. Honored by 200 friends, colleagues, and community members. Dr. K. Roald Bergethon and his wife Katherine receive honorary degrees. Dr. David Ellis inaugurated as 13th president.

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Jan. 11

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1978 1978

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Lafayette College - Students

April 28

1978

400 students protest the conversion of Soles Hall to all-female residence by 1980-81 school year.

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Lafayette College - Visitors

Feb. 4

1978

Lafayette College - Visitors

May 18

1978

David W. Marston (former U. S. Attorney, Express dismissed by U. S. Attorney Griffin Bell) to speak at Lafayette on Feb.7. An account of George Plimpton's various activities Express as he visits for the day at Lafayette College. Dedication exercises of the new park which is Express composed of 120 acres located in almost geographic center of the county. It stretches from Lower Nazareth into Bethlehem Township. Dedication exercises of the new park which is Express composed of 120 acres located in almost geographic center of the county. It stretches from Lower Nazareth into Bethlehem Township. Conservation group marches against Merrill Creek Easton Express Dam. Lehigh and Pocono Committee of Concern (LePoCo) also walked with the group. Office of the Monroe County Museum Assoc. Easton Express opens a small museum in Wyckoff's County Store at Quaker Plaza. New association created by county commissioners to coordinate and promote historical preservation in the county. Worthington Hall, the 1904 community center in Shawnee has been entered on the National Register of Historic Places. Local Cast to hold viewing party. Easton Express

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1978

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June 6

1978

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1978

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May 19

1978

Movies - Dain Curse

May 2

1978

Dain Curse. Article by Express reporter on the Easton Express costumes used in the filming of the movie - the kind of research to make the costumes authentic for the period. To be shown May 22, 23, 24 on CBS in two-hour Easton Express segments from 9 to 11 P.M. Article by Jean Shelly. Three part TV Movie when shown in the area was Easton Express viewed by all the Easton residents who acted as extras in the filming. Many of the extras attended the final showing at Sheraton - Easton Inn in their 1920s costumes. Wilson tavern owner killed; suspect held. Otto F. Ehritz, owner of Otto's Café, 1607 Northampton Street shot by Thomas Roberts. Virginia L. Morrell, 21 years old, murdered at South Easton, PA. Crime not solved. Virginia L. Morrell, 21 years old, murdered at South Easton, PA. Crime not solved. Virginia L. Morrell, 21 years old, murdered at South Easton, PA. Crime not solved. Bernadette Mc Intosh of Lopatcong Township, Warren County, NJ murdered on June 15. Theodore Barnes, Jr. accused but acquitted. Crime not solved. Virginia L. Morrell, 21 years old, murdered at South Easton, PA. Crime not solved. Sandra Deutsch Miller, 22 year old housewife, murdered at Nazareth, PA. Crime not solved. Virginia L. Morrell, 21 years old, murdered at South Easton, PA. Crime not solved. Easton Express

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May 20

1978

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Northampton Co., PA - Budget

Oct. 6

1978

Bernadette Mc Intosh of Lopatcong Township, Warren County, NJ murdered on June 15. Theodore Barnes, Jr. accused but acquitted. Crime not solved. Thomas Roberts of Easton, PA found guilty of third degree murder on April 1, in the death of Otto Ehritz, tavern owner. Thomas Roberts of Easton, PA found guilty of third degree murder on April 1, in the death of Otto Ehritz, tavern owner. Sandra Deutsch Miller of Nazareth, Pennsylvania murdered in her home. Sandra Deutsch Miller of Nazareth, Pennsylvania murdered in her home. Sandra Deutsch Miller of Nazareth, Pennsylvania murdered in her home. An account of the religious strength of the Negro churches in the Easton area. Judge Albert Murray, a negro, owns and operates the Hillside Inn at Marshalls Creek, the only black resort in Monroe County. Fledgling Lehigh Valley newspaper ends 1 1/2 years of operation. Valley Sentinel, published in Bethlehem, suspends publication. Various reasons given. Obituary of resident curator, Joseph Malia. Portrait of Jacob Hart, son of early settler of Easton, presented to Northampton County Historical Society by Mrs. C. Spencer Allen. County budget for 1979 has a tax cut

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1978

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1978

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1978

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1978

First Municipal Conference held in Easton on Oct. 10 at Courthouse. Session is first time in the 225year history of the County to be held to discuss governmental issues. Commissioner form of government ended with the adoption of the 1978 budget. New County Council form effected . John E. Gallagher, Jr. dismisses 2 top aides. Action says not politically motivated. Dismissed were : 1st assistant Nicholas Zanakas and assistant Salvador Salazar. District Attorney John E. Gallagher back in office after a month-long absence. Sources say he was treated for an alcohol problem. District Attorney John E. Gallagher back in office after a month-long absence. Sources say he was treated for an alcohol problem. County has more than 80 bank accounts and most of them exist under no method of central control Former Warden Paul Bertand dies

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Phillipsburg native comments on his rags to riches. Easton Express Lehigh Valley listed as one of 13 "high risks" areas Easton Express under a tentative nuclear crisis relocation plan. Residents advised to evacuate to Poconos. Plans for a proposed municipal complex on the 27.5 acre tract donated by Carl Weller calls for 5 buildings, tennis courts, playground and walking paths. Easton Express

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1978

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Pennsylvania - Slogan

April 28

1978

Plans for a proposed municipal complex on the 27.5 acre tract donated by Carl Weller calls for 5 buildings, tennis courts, playground and walking paths. Summer intern, Cindy Troxell, handles desk duties as well as tour duties. Easton Attorney, John Francis Goldsmith gives his argument against treaty. Dorney Park has constructed a 60 foot wind mill to operate power for the park. Dorney Park. "Windjammer 475," a 64 foot tower and blade that is used to conserve energy for electrical requirements erected. The state's new slogan to be "Pennsylvania Naturally." Winner was John Vesco of Irwin, Pa. a total of 75,000 slogans entered the contest. Reporter Martin Waldron for New York Times wrote article on Phillipsburg, which the townspeople feel was untrue and degrading. Curfew in effect. First night is quiet. Jersey Hose Company honors 14 old-timers at their 23rd annual dinner. Fire damages Norton's Cork'n Bottle Liquor Store, 152 S. Main Street. Two children die as fire guts home at 290 Washington St. home of Klatz family. Roseberry House, 200 year old landmark in Phillipsburg to be saved by local area Jaycees.

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Feb. 22

1978

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1978

Jaycees of Phillipsburg cancel Monte Carlo Night Easton Express at Hotel Easton. Fear of being raided even though the event was for Charity.

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Phillipsburg, N.J. - Officials

June 22

1978

William Norton resigned from town council in Easton Express wake of dispute with patrolman David Stone, who charged that Norton had "manipulated" Police Chief Edwin Deacon III. Lucille Swick elected as the first woman member of the town council. Parking tickets enforced since 1974 now questioned by Warren County Court as invalid. Miss Lilliam M. Houser, educator for 43 years. Obituary. Town Council lifts street plan after merchants gripe. Plan was to remove 12 parking meters and to allow left turn land on South Main Street into Hudson Street. Council approves curfew. Much opposition to the ruling that all teenagers be off streets from 9 P.M. to 6 A.M. Rule applies to persons under 18 years old. Founder of the Easton Branch was Mrs. Katherine Douthett. Obituary. Democrat Pa. State Representative pays the State $1,241 for controversial personal telephone calls made by his family. State Representative is willing to pay for phone calls made by his family. 10,000 meter and 2 mile "run for fun" held Saturday August 12. Sponsored with YMCA. Runner traveled 6.2 miles from Express building down Lehigh Drive. A personal account of the Run by Donna Troxell. Easton Express Easton Express

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Planned Parenthood Prendergast, James

Jan. 21 Nov. 10

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Aug. 14

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Railroads - Wrecks

April 28

1978

Runner traveled 6.2 miles from Express building down Lehigh Drive. A personal account of the Run by Donna Troxell. Misuse of employees working hours to be investigated. Suspends its top official for misuse of employees and materials. The Rev. Ronald G. Bell, a Presbyterian minister, is the new executive director. Two suspended chiefs back on the job. Records show that aides and other workers illegally at assistant director's home. Misuse of Federal funds. Investigation to follow. Records show that aides and other workers illegally at assistant director's home. Misuse of Federal funds. Investigation to follow. Prostitutes on prowl in Easton. Crackdown on activity in Allentown forces street walkers to come to Easton. 2 1/2 months Easton police vice squad noted increased reports of alleged prostitution in downtown area. Reports found by State Police Vice Squad not substantiated. Close call in Phillipsburg as tanker derails. Contained chemicals. Several hundred residents were evacuated until danger was over. Williams Township recycling operation now five years old. An account of the project. Mrs. Enola Ruhel to retire after 13 years of service. Mrs. Enola Ruhel to retire after 13 years of service.

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Robbery

Oct. 3

1978

Farewell dinner for Mrs. Enola Ruhel, retiring director. Tractor-trailor plunged 30 feet off Lehigh Valley Thruway onto Chidsey Street. Lehigh Valley Thruway after six months rebuilding opens both lanes. Lehigh Valley Thruway after six months rebuilding opens both lanes. North Delaware Drive (Route 611) between Downtown Easton and Eddyside reopened to traffic after months of constructing retaining walls, new sidewalks and curbs. Berks county robbers captured at Allentown, PA. Easton police check all buses leaving Easton. Milford, NJ bank robbed of $9,300 by lone gunman. 200 year old house, a landmark in Phillipsburg to be saved by local area Jaycees. Peter Ronca, Sr. blacksmith was town's oldest resident. Obituary. Easton Flutist - an account of his training by Don Henry, Express reporter. Whalen, William, EHS faculty. Obituary. Hurley O. Patterson, physics teacher. Obituary. Milton S. Lippincott, a scouting leader for 65 years. Obit. Walter B. Gibson, character of Maxwell Grant in radio show - The Shadow - visits his agent. Lou Redo, his agent, lives in Easton.

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Shook, Foster E.

May 16

1978

Shrine, Religious

Oct. 14

1978

Originator of Pat Reilley Memorial Scholarship Easton Express Fund, long time assistant to Reilly as football coach at Easton Area High School from 1912-1930. Obit. Dedication in Warren County of the million dollar Easton Express National Blue Army Shrine of the Immaculate Heart of Mary in Washington Township. Structure constructed in the shape of a crown. Scott Barr of Wilson breaks Guinness world Easton Express Record by doing 144 sit-ups. A retiree, Bill Ihrie Sr. sent $10 to mayor Schultz to Easton Express help in the city cost of snow removal. Laundry at 320 S. 10th St. owned by Aldo Presutti is operated on a commercial solar hot-water heating system. Chairman emeritus of the board of the Easton Publishing Company. Obituary. Two elementary teachers accused of hitting pupils. Stop sign at 8th and Main Street painted incorrectly (SOTP). New Easton School Board seeks to halt the tax rebate as approved last September by former Board. New Easton School Board seeks to halt the tax rebate as approved last September by former Board. Temple Covenant of Peace, 15th and Northampton Streets observes its 140th anniversary in November. Easton Express

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Aug. 3

1978

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1978

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1978

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April 20

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1978

Theaters - Berwick Theater Theaters - Eric Twin Theater Truancy Charge

Jan. 27 Sept. 14 Aug. 5

1978 1978 1978

Abstract sculpture stands on grounds as a memorial to the 6 million Jews who died at the hands of the Nazis during World War II. South Side Theater walls and roof collapse with weight of snow. City had planned to demolish building. Berwick Street Theater demolished as a result of heavy snow and ice on the roof. Eric Twin Theater to add two more theaters. Mr. and Mrs. Harry DeWalt of Plainfield Heights served 4 days in Northampton County Prison because they refused to pay a fine imposed on their son's truancy at the Eastern Northampton Vocational Technical School. Pen Argyl School District obeys the Pa. Sc

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Urban Development

May 24

1978

Easton may get $4.6 million urban development Easton Express program. 5 year plan for upgrading the residential neighborhoods between 5th and 9th Streets. William Wilson of Forks Township, a veteran, was exposed to a blast when stationed at Camp Desert Rock, Nevada. Easton's 45 year old water filtration plant to be expanded and renovated. Water main breaks in West Ward area. Third pipe break in 4 days. Threat of flood recedes but cold snap hits area and continues thru January and February with heavy snow deposits. Closes school and industries on Jan. 18. Blizzard weather. Easton Express

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Aug. 30

1978

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Feb. 6, 7 & 1978 8

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Wilson Borough - Crime

April 12

1978

Wilson Borough - Housing

March 3

1978

Wilson Borough - Officials Wilson Borough - Schools Wilson High School - Faculty Wilson High School - Faculty

March 7 Oct. 12 April 18 July 18

1978 1978 1978 1978

On April 1, Thomas Roberts arrested for the shooting of Otto Ehntz, café owner, at 1607 Northampton Street. Council seeking a site for a new high-rise apartment building for the elderly or low income residents. Blasé, August. Ex-mayor of Wilson honored by Wilson Police association. Liberty School to be demolished and land sold. Board voted 7-0 to dispose of site. Dr. Barry O. Miller resigned as superintendent. Served since 1976. Dr. Edwin D. Coyle hired as superintendent replacing Dr. Baryy O. Miller, who had resigned. Alberta Cline, teacher for 38 years. Obituary. Ceiling in swimming pool collapsed. Ceiling in swimming pool collapsed. Hackett Park suggested as site for relocation of Easton's Y.M.C.A. Four local clergymen discuss the problem of teenagers and sex. Easton "Y" renovation plans aired. Officials cracking down on continuous yard sales must pay tax - also display becomes a nuisance and eyesore. Article on area teens struggling with the morals of their generation. Airport Celebrates 50th year with air show. Brief history of the growth of the airport.

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Andretti, Mario

Jan. 30

1979

Mario Andretti honored by Philadelphia Sports Writers Association as the outstanding athlete of the year. First race driver to be honored. "Collectors Cove" at Sciota in Monroe County lures dealers and collectors. Easton Redevelopment Authority agrees to pay $20,000 to acquire property located in the northeast quadrant of Centre Square. William Bell, of Hunterdon County, N. J. An account of his work. Illus. Don Forker of Milford, NJ wrote baseball book, "Almost Everything You've Ever Wanted to Know About Baseball." Mrs. Shirley Rohde of Forks Township publishes first novel, "Faith is the Kingdom." Schaible's Bakery, an account of the firm. Easton Baking Co., 34 North 7th Street, Easton, PA. An account of its work. 4 youths who vandalized the Bangor Junior High School on Oct. 21, 1979 are to be sent to Juvenile facilities for up to 9 months. 4 youths who vandalized the Bangor Junior High School on Oct. 21, 1979 are to be sent to Juvenile facilities for up to 9 months. Easton National Bank & Trust Co. - A history. Easton National Bank & Trust Co. - William F. Jones to retire. Replaced by John G. Kelly. An account of the banking business. Eugene Guinta, a barber in Easton, is honored by Easton Exchange Club at their Golden Deeds banquet.

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Aug. 25

1979

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May 18

1979

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Belvidere, N.J. - Flood

Jan. 26

1979

Serious flooding from the Pequest River as it raced Easton Express through the business section of town. All-wood bridge over Little Bushkill Creek in Plainfield Twp. collapsed after truck accident. Obituary of James Blain Beam, retired director of music for the Easton School District. "Collectors Cove" at Sciota in Monroe County, PA lures delares and collectors. Valley Federal Savings opens a branch in Palmer Twp. At 3502-04 Greenway St. Goldie's Shopping Center. Lafayette Trust Co. - a history. Easton National Bank & Trust Co. - a history. James P. McCafferty, board member of Easton National Bank & Trust Co. Obituary. Easton National Bank & Trust Co. president, William F. Jones to retire. Replaced by John G. Kelly. An account of the banking business. Rumors of possible takeover of the company sparked flurry of trading of its stock. Company not interested in selling. Rumors of possible takeover. Rejects Kellogg Co. bid. Bixler's Jewelry Store at 22-24 Centre Square. An account of the business. Quadrant Book Mart Store opens in former Kares building 20 N. 3rd St. Quadrant Book Mart Store opens in former Kares building, 20 N. 3rd St. Richard Epstein owner. An account of the business. Easton Express

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May 30

1979

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July 12

1979

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Oct. 14 April 26

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Aug. 23

1979

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Business - Bookstores Business - Cement Industry

Oct. 20

1979

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Quadrant Book Mart opens in Kares building, 20 N. 3rd St. Penn-Dixie Industries, 60 year old cement plant closes its doors and 100 workers out of work. Alpha Portland Cement Co. to cut Easton Staff by 2/3 by Dec. of this year, part of company-wide reorganization of management staff. Penn-Dixie Industries Inc. informs all employees that operation will cease as of Dec. 1. Penn-Dixie Industries Inc. informs all employees that operation will cease as of Dec. 1. Hess Inc. board drops plan to merge with Marshall Field. Dr. Stephen E. Murray, Obstetrician & gynecologist, practiced in Easton, 1934-1968. Obituary. Lehigh Valley Drafting Equipment Co. in Centre Square. An account of the firm. Bob Keeler opens his Bait and Tackle Store at 444 Northampton St. Merwarth Florist, an account of the business.

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June 19

1979

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Jan. 5 April 4

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Feb. 27 June 11 Feb. 27

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Business - Food Stores

Laneco purchases Phillipsburg Pantry Pride on Easton Express Memorial Pkwy. Laneco now owns and operates 23 stores and supermarkets. Mohican Market Place gets fresh blood from new Easton Express owner. Jay Snyder has taken over mortgage and to run market.

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July 11

1979

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Pantry Pride store at 25th & Butler Streets purchased by Laneco Inc. for $450,000. To be called Food Lane Market. Weis Market, 340 S. 25th St. opens Sunday May 19. Hobby Hangout to move out of Easton. Owner feels that downtown area is too depressed. Circlon Restaurant, 8 Centre Square to close. Owner Howard Knuth to sell business. Mineral Springs Hotel damaged by fire. Located 611 north. Olga's Restaurant, 11 Centre Square open.

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Black Horse Tavern on Rte. 611 sold for $800,000. Easton Express Brief history. Spring Brook Tavern. Building in Palmer Easton Express Township, formerly an inn, dates back to 1794. Destroyed because owners could not obtain liquor license. Restoration costs too high. Circlon Restaurant sold. Tony Amato, ice cream man loved by generations of are residents. Price's Ice Cream Store, P'burg, N.J. An account of the store. Former president of firm, Richard C. Lear. Obituary. An account of the firm. A history of the company. Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express

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Feb. 3

1979

The iron foundry, the oldest of IR's production Easton Express areas is in trouble unless proposals can be worked out between union and management. I-R to occupy offices in Wolf (school) Building. Easton Express

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Henry McKeen Insurance - an account of the firm. Easton Express Sheirer Interiors, 1614 Washington St. An account Easton Express of the firm. Obituary of James B. McGiffert of Palmer Twp. Express Lu-co, 247 Northampton St., an account of the business. Bobby Levine, tenor saxophone player, lives in Palmer Township. Nicknamed "Lips." An account of his career. Obituary of Albertus Meyers, Allentown band conductor for half century. James E. Swindell - an account of his life as a musician. Treher-Montague, Inc. - growth for 83 years Easton Express Express

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Orr's opens store in Chester Springs Shopping Express Center on Rts. 24 and 206, Chester, Morris Co., NJ. To be called Orr's Limited. Air-cleaner noise at plant creates a problem for neighbors in the area. Jack 'n Jill - an account of the firm History of the company Express Express Express

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1979

Business - Riegel Paper Co.

Feb. 27

1979

Kilbanks Co. Realtors of 911 Northampton St. Express merged with Blue Mountain Insurance Agency and the Blue Mountain Consumer Discount Co. An account of Lester Kilbanks as a developer of the area. Riegel Products Co. now a subsidiary of James Express River Corp. An account of the business. A history of the mechanical contractor firm Henry Schultz & Son. James Tomaselli retires after 33-year career at 212 Cattell St. McGinley Mill to close its retail fabric outlet to permit expansion of its manufacturing operation. Brief history An account of the Easton Storage Company firm on 11th Street Frank Manazer opens the Traveler's Den at 154 Northampton St. Obituary of veterinarian Dr. Sherman Ames Strike ends in Victaulic Co.'s Forks Township plant Express Express Express

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Feb. 27 Jan. 3 Oct. 10

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Business - Storage Companies Business - Travel Agencies Business - Veterinarians Business - Victaulic Co. Business - Victaulic Co. Business - Victaulic Co. Business- Music & Musicians

Feb. 27 June 11 March 15 Aug. 14 Aug. 9 Feb. 27 Aug. 23

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Strike ends in Victaulic Co.'s Forks Township plant Express An account of the company Parke Frankenfield, Lehigh Valley's all-star musician J. T. Baker & Co. - a history of the firm. J. T. Baker Chemical Company marks 75 years in business. Article by Jim Shelly (Express reporter) on the Lehigh Canal and its history Express Express Easton Express Easton Express Express

Businesses - J. T. Baker Chemical Feb. 27 Company Businesses - J. T. Baker Chemical May 23 Company Canals and canaling May 17

Candle (Centre Square)

Nov. 21

1979

Replica of Easton's Peace Candle memorialized as Express a ceramic decanter unveiled at Michter's Distillery in Schaefferstown, PA. To be on sale at PA State liquor stores for $49.50. Replica of Easton's Peace Candle memorialized as Express a ceramic decanter unveiled at Michter's Distillery in Schaefferstown, PA. To be on sale at PA State liquor stores for $49.50. Replica of Easton's Peace Candle memorialized as Express a ceramic decanter unveiled at Michter's Distillery in Schaefferstown, PA. To be on sale at PA State liquor stores for $49.50. West Easton priest played a role in visitation of Express Pope Paul II. He provided commentary for tv anchorman Vince Leonard on TV KYW. (Rev. Constantine Berdar, pastor of Holy Ghost Catholic Church, West Easton) Nuns of the Catholic order of Angelic Sisters of St. Express Paul live in St. Mary's convent on South Side. To celebrate 100th anniversary of the order. History of the order and their work in the Easton area. West Easton priest played a role in visitation of Express Pope Paul II. He provided commentary for tv anchorman Vince Leonard on TVKYW. Rev. Constantine Berdar, pastor of Holy Ghost Catholic Church, West Easton Area Catholics back Pope John Paul's conservatism Express

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Nov. 24

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Children's Home, Easton Children's Home, Easton

April 27 Feb. 14

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Feb. 20

1979

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Feb. 9

1979

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Jan. 17

1979

Children's Home, Easton Churches - Episcopal Churches - St. Anthony's

Oct. 18 Dec. 15 April 12

1979 1979 1979

An account of the institution and some of the daily problems that are handled Foster Home at 1414 Lehigh opens with 2 teenagers. Home project had been the subject of controversial problems. Foster Home at 1414 Lehigh opens with 2 teenagers. Home project had been the subject of controversial problems. Foster Home at 1414 Lehigh opens with 2 teenagers. Home project had been the subject of controversial problems. Foster Home at 1414 Lehigh opens with 2 teenagers. Home project had been the subject of controversial problems. New dormitory opens Rev. James Gill gives an account of his life and his church. An organization, Antonian Ltd., sponsored by St. Anthony's Church plans to subsidize a west-ward complex of housing for the elderly. Rev. Stephen Johnson installed. Historic Easton clock at 5th & Church Street may run again Historic Easton clock at 5th & Church Street may run again Restoration of old town clock a possibiltiy as DIG becomes interested. City Clock history. Article by James Shelly, Express reporter Grollmans marks 75 years in business in Easton. History of the women's clothing firm.

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Oct. 21

1979

Clowns

Aug. 3

1979

Clubs - American Association of October 31 1979 University Women Court House - New April 24 1979

Strongwear Pants Company. Closing after 40 years of manufacturing men's clothing. Brief history of the firm. Neal Fehnel of Palmer Township performs as a clown in the area. Graduate of Ringling Brothers Circus Clown College Founder of Easton Branch, Pauline Johanna Schmid, obit. County administration hold back contractor's payment as there is too much unfinished work. Easton Police find that a theft ring also is involved in a major drug raid. The raid was at Sultan's Bar on North 4th Street. Easton sales tax messenger, Joseph Marzouli, pleads guilty for failing to turn over $73,043 in motor vehicle sales tax to the state of Pennsylvania. Stocker Brothers: Family dairy business is cited. Stocker Brothers Dairy: Located in Forks Township; began in 1916. An account of the business. Designated as a national historic landmark Obituary for Dr. Harry Zellers. K-Mart store opens at 320 S. 25th St. An account of its facility. New discotheque, Second Time Around Disco, opens in former Club Paramount, 411 Northampton St. Obituary for Dr. Stephen E. Murray, obstetrician and gynecologist; practised in Easton 1934-1968.

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Sept. 7

1979

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Sept. 27

1979

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Dec. 30 Dec. 30

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April 4

1979

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May 7 Nov. 8

1979 1979

Dr. Irene Laub was honored on her 80th birthday by her fellow physicians. Big "dog dump" in Harmony Township. Wilmer Gardner abandons 35 dogs on Sept. 8. Big "dog dump" in Harmony Township. Wilmer Gardner abandons 35 dogs on Sept. 8. Descendants of woman whose remains were found on Dec. 13 by sewer workers near 3rd St. are piecing together facts about her life. Starting October 14 the Express will be issuing a Sunday edition. First Sunday Edition. Starting October 14 the Express will be issuing a Sunday edition. New wing with additional 81 beds increase total number of beds to 362. Account of the new additional facilities. New wing with additional 81 beds increase total number of beds to 362. Account of the new additional facilities. Birthing room to have more home-like atmosphere Establishes a youth lounge at the center, 902 Phila. Rd. No more planned. Will remain at its 2 nd St. location. John C. Callahan served as postmaster. Obit

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Oct. 4

1979

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Jan. 9

1979

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March 29

1979

U. S. Postal Service proposes to move Easton Post Easton Express Office to the west Ward or Wilson. To be reviewed by Joint Planning Commission of Lehigh Northampton counties. City Council okays the renovation of Kares building, 20 N. 3rd St., for bookstore and coffeehouse Pomeroy building (former Laubach Store) at 322 Northampton St. is for sale. Fake bid of $25,000 not acceptable by Easton National Bank & Trust Co. 4 area businessmen agree to purchase former Woolworth 5 & 10 at 301 Northampton St. Investors are Jacob & Asher Seip (Seip Realty Corp.), Domonick Lockwood (Seip Realty Corp.),Raymond Bartolacci (Laneco Inc.) Express

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Oct. 25 Oct. 31

1979 1979

Pomeroy building (former Laubach Store) at 322 Express Northampton St. is for sale. Fake bid of $25,000 not acceptable by Easton National Bank & Trust Co. Henry J. Steele building to be sold. Located in Express northwest corner of Centre Square H.L. Green building at 327 Northampton St. sold to Easton Express Jack Gordon, owner of Surprise Store at 159-63 Northampton St. Purchase price $55,000. Community Day held Labor Day at Hacketts Park. Express Sponsored by Easton Jaycees and WEEX. Day-long activities and fireworks. Philip Levine to resign as city coordinator Express Gallows Hill area project praised for its Express improvements

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Sept. 4

1979

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Easton, City of - Historic homes March 6

1979

Easton, City of - Historic Preservation

Nov. 15

1979

Demolition of the Odenwelder home at 47 S. 4th Express Street. Building had been sold to Our Lady of Lebanon Maranite Catholic Church to be used as a church parking lot. Historic Easton, Inc.'s annual award given to Express Easton Area School Board for reconstructing Easton Middle School, the former Easton High School located at 12th and Northampton Streets. Also Quadrant Bookstore at 20 N. Third Street, owners Mr. & Mrs. Richar Antonian Ltd., an organization sponsored by St. Anthony's Catholic Church, plans to subsidize a west ward complex of housing for the elderly. College Hill to have an 11-unit condominium on tract of land at Burke and McCartney Streets College Hill residents object to the development of a 4.29-acre tract on Parsons St. and Paxinosa Ave. By Deede Smith Kemmerer, developer Woodcliff Manor Inc. Express

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April 12

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1979

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1979

Plans for condominium complex voted down by Express Easton Planning Commission. Residents object to the development at Burke And McCartney Streets. College Hill to have an 11-unit condominium on tract of land at Burke and McCartney Streets An interview of two mayors' wives: Josephine Schultz and Antonia Mitman John I. Schwartz, Chief of Police from 1952-59, dies Express

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May 18

1979

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Easton, City of - Mayors Easton, City of - Police Dept. Employees

Oct. 21 Oct. 10

1979 1979

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Easton, City of - Redevelopment May 31 Easton, City of - Redevelopment Nov. 25 Easton, City of - Redevelopment Oct. 11

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Easton, City of - Streets

Nov. 25

1979

Easton, City of - Streets - Church March 15 Street

1979

Auditors Goodman & Co. call city agency's bookkeeping incompetent and careless 6th & 7th Streets, Walnut and Northampton Streets to be rehabilitated Upper Story, Patio Bar, buildings on North 4th and Church Streets to be demolished despite appeal by preservation group Upper Story, Patio Bar, buildings on North 4th and Church Streets to be demolished despite appeal by preservation group Upper Story, Patio Bar, buildings on North 4th and Church Streets to be demolished despite appeal by preservation group Area between 6th and 7th, Walnut and Northampton Streets(Dutchtown) to be rehabilitated City Council and the Downtown Redevelopment and Preservation group clash over the widening of 300 block of Church Street and the preservation of the Kares building

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Easton, City of - Streets Riverside Ddrive Easton, City of - Streets Riverside Drive Easton, City of - Streets Riverside Drive Easton, City of - Survey

April 6

1979

Proposed luxury apartments, health club, theater Express for the 2.86-acre tract of land on Riverside Drive Developers chosen for vacant plot on Riverside Express Drive. To be called "Easton Riviera." Description of the plan. Luxury apartments planned for vacant land on Express Riverside Drive Study by Community Action Committee of Lehigh Express Valley Inc. states that Easton is ailing and is the most disadvantaged of the Lehigh Valley cities

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Easton, City of - Zoning Easton, City of - Zoning Easton, City of - Zoning Easton, City of - Zoning Easton, City of - Zoning Easton, City of - Zoning Easton, City of - Zoning Easton, South Emergency Squad - Emergency Communications

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1979 1979 1979 1979 1979 1979 1979 1979 1979

Easton zoning board members under fire for the decision in the Sportelli case Easton zoning board members under fire for the decision in the Sportelli case. Easton zoning board members under fire for the decision in the Sportelli case Easton zoning board members under fire for the decision in the Sportelli case Enforcement of the zoning code - sometimes board bends the rules. Easton zoning board members under fire for the decision in the Sportelli case Easton zoning board members under fire for the decision in the Sportelli case Description of the section Northampton County has installed equipment for a network of communications between 3 area hospitals, emergency squads and the county controller office. An account of its work.

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Fallout Fires

June 6

1979

Feb. 28, 1979 March 2 & 8 March 16 1979

Mystery fluff hits Slate Belt area. Looks like Easton Express cottonwood. Parkside Apts. On South Easton, result of children Easton Express playing with cigarette lighter, 3 children killed Jason, Jacob & Jennifer Wright. Home at 1143 Jackson St., Easton burned and Easton Express father Steve Regrut and daughter Rhonda, age 11 were victims of the blaze. Area Streams and rivers overburdened by the Easton Express wettest January in history cause much flooding.

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1979

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Jan. 26

1979

Area Streams and rivers overburdened by the wettest January in history cause much flooding. 8 acre island in Lehigh River purchased by Lehigh Valley Conservancy. Account conservancy and its plans for preservation. Located in Williams Township where Coffeetown Road meets Route 611. Ready for use by Spring. An account of the area's craze of "junk" yard and garage sales explained. Odd-even license numbers in effect in N.J. Pa. impose $5 minimum gas purchase. Both N.J. and Pa. remove rule of odd-even rationing for the purchase of gasoline. County home is presented with liquor & wine confiscated by Pa. Liquor Control Board. Food uner new service plan termed terrible. Food uner new service plan termed terrible. Food uner new service plan termed terrible. Eastonian was U.S. treasurer of the mint. Mrs. Becky Calloway honored for her work in the Head Start Program. Easton celebrates July 8th, with a weekend of events. Located in the Poconos, an account of its activities. Named as one of the ten outstanding young men of the U.S. by U.S. Jaycees. Musical score "The Champ" written by Red Mascara and Parke Frankenfield.

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Aug. 7

1979

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1979

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Garage Sales Gasoline Gasoline Rationing Gracedale

Aug. 9 June 21 Sept. 7 July 25

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Gracedale Gracedale Gracedale Granaham, Kathryn O'Hay Head Start Heritage Day Hindu Monastery Holmes, Larry Holmes, Larry

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June 23

1979

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March 24 March 28

1979 1979

Stops Mike Weaver in the 12th round at Madison Easton Express Square Garden. Some controvery over T.V. coverage. Retains title with TKO in 7th round with Puerto Easton Express Rico's Osvaldo Ocasio. Brother of Larry Holmes, Charles Holmes returned Easton Express to Northampton County prison following a monthlong furlough. Serving 2-4 year term for rape. He was permitted to, on work release program to see Larry fight in Las Vegas. Buys new home for his mother, Flossie. Dan & Pauline Campanelli restores 19th Century home near Riegelsville, N.J. Located in Bangor, Pa. founded by John Oliver Nelson in 1942. Director is Robt. Raines, author of "Going Home." Obituary of Samuel Pascal, "Mr. Lafayette" Helen Louise Harstine contributed money since 1965 in memory of husband David. Dr. K. Roald Bergethon honored by portrait presented to College. Painted by Arthur Pyykko of New York City. An account of President David Ellis and his wife, Marian, and their 3 daughters. Wastes dumped illegally in PA. An account of dumps in Northampton Country area. Dawn Howell and Brian Young married on canal boat "Josiah White." Boatman tells of life on the canal. 8-acre island (Freeman Island or Laubach Island) in Lehigh River purchased by Lehigh Valley conservancy. An account of the conservancy and its plans for preservation. Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express

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Lafayette College - Faculty Lafayette College - Memorials Lafayette College - Presidents

June 22 Oct 27 April 7

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Lafayette College - Presidents Landfills, Sanitary Lehigh Canal Lehigh Canal Lehigh River

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Lehigh University

Oct. 13

1979

Lehigh Valley

April 3

1979

Opening of the Stahler Center which will be used Easton Express for sports and other college events. Named for Donald B. Stahler, a Lehigh alumnus and nationallyknown industrialist. Valley's slogan "America's Little Apple" was Express selected from 10,000 entries. Winner is Regina DeLucia. Contest was sponsored jointly by McDonalds' restaurants, WLEV Radio, and the Chambers of Commerce of the Lehigh Valley. Nature writer of Blairstown, NJ, has been named a Express charter member of the New Jersey Literary Hall of Fam. Two persons, father and daughter, killed as Express explosions level the home of Frank J. Guidon. Daughter was shot to death. 3 area couples talk about their married life. Rev. & Easton Express Mrs. Joseph Molnar, Mr. & Mrs. Edward Kennedy, Mr. & Mrs. Louis Stableford. Plaque dedicated on the discovering an ancient Morris canal turbine, as a mechanical engineering historic landmark. Easton site of movie "I'll Get By." Extras line up for parts. Easton site of movie "I'll Get By." Extras line up for parts. Easton site of movie "I'll Get By." Extras line up for parts. Man from Italy visiting his son, picked for role in film "I'll Get By" being filmed in Easton. Account of the last day of filming "I'll Get By" in Easton. Easton Express

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May 4

1979

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Jan. 30

1979

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July 21

1979

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June 12

1979

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June 21

1979

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June 22 June 7

1979 1979

Easton site of movie "I'll Get By." Extras line up for Easton Express parts. For the second time in 18 months Easton will be Easton Express the site for a T.V. movie - "I'll Get By." For the second time in 18 months Easton will be the site for a T.V. movie - "I'll Get By." Edmund Lalonde of Phillipsburg, NJ inflicted beating on wife, Susanna, then put her body into car and set it afire. Edmund Lalonde of Phillipsburg, NJ inflicted beating on wife, Susanna, then put her body into car and set it afire. Edmund Lalonde of Phillipsburg, NJ inflicted beating on wife, Susanna, then put her body into car and set it afire. Edmund Lalonde of Phillipsburg, NJ inflicted beating on wife, Susanna, then put her body into car and set it afire. Edmund Lalonde of Phillipsburg, NJ inflicted beating on wife, Susanna, then put her body into car and set it afire. Edmund Lalonde of Phillipsburg, NJ inflicted beating on wife, Susanna, then put her body into car and set it afire. Brief history. An account of its history. Attorney Franklin Van Antwerpen to take vacant judgeship created by the death of Judge Clinton Budd Palmer Easton Express

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1979

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April 24

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July 28

1979

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March 26

1979

Northampton Co., PA - Prison Northampton Co., PA - Prison Northampton Co., PA - Prison Northampton Co., PA - Prison Newspaper Northampton Co., PA - Prison Warden Northampton Convalescent Center Northampton Convalescent Center Northampton Convalescent Center Northampton Convalescent Center Nursing Home Nursing Homes Nursing Homes Nursing Homes Nursing Homes

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Attorney Franklin Van Antwerpen to take vacant judgeship created by the death of Judge Clinton Budd Palmer Alfred T. Williams, Jr. succeeds the late Clinton Budd Palmer as president judge of the County court Seven prisoners and 23 Freemansburg area teenagers have a "scare straight" encounter Seven prisoners and 23 Freemansburg area teenagers have a "scare straight" encounter Seven prisoners and 23 Freemansburg area teenagers have a "scare straight" encounter Inmates asked to print a newspaper Deputy warden William Howey resigns after 15 years of service Once troubled nursing home now earns praise of state. An account of its functions and its patients. An account of its functions and its patients. An account of its functions and its patients. Plans for retarded facility at 5th & Washington streets. An account of the areas' facilities and their function. An account of the areas' facilities and their function. An account of the areas' facilities and their function. An account of the areas' facilities and their function.

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Palmer Park Mall Palmer Township - History Palmer Township - Housing

Nov. 20 Feb. 27 April 9

1979 1979 1979

Palmer, Judge Clinton Budd Palmer, Judge Clinton Budd Palmer, Judge Clinton Budd Phillipsburg, N.J. - Churches Phillipsburg, N.J. - Churches Phillipsburg, N.J. - Fires Phillipsburg, N.J. - Historic Homes

Feb. 20 Feb. 24 June 26 June 9 March 29 June 11 Feb. 24

1979 1979 1979 1979 1979 1979 1979

Expansion is proposed. Palmer Twp. History. Brynwood, Easton area's first condominium complex located on a 3.6 acre hillside along Hackett Ave. Built by Werner Buckl. Judge of Northampton County for 10 years. Obituary. Judge of Northampton County for 10 years. Obituary. Friends & colleagues pay tribute at the Northampton Cty. Courthouse. St. Philip & James Roman Catholic Church to honor Monsignor Jos. F. Sheehan, its pastor. St. Philip & James Roman Catholic Church to honor Monsignor Jos. F. Sheehan, its pastor. Fire at 61 Cherry St. killed Roberta Snyder and her 3 children. The Roseberry home, 200 year old landmark is to be preserved by Phillipsburg Jaycees and the Northwest N.J. Community Actoin Program. Department acquires 2 dogs for canine corp. New K-9 Corps being trained. K-9 Corps (2 dogs) to be used in police work.

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Phillipsburg, N.J. - Police Dept. Phillipsburg, N.J. - Police Dept. Phillipsburg, N.J. - Police Dept.

Jan. 17 June 6 May 14

1979 1979 1979 1979 1979

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Phillipsburg, N.J. - Railroads July 20 Phillipsburg, N.J. - School Board Jan. 12

Pocono Wild Animal Farm

Oct. 21

1979

Railroad crossing in Union Square repaired. Easton Express Expells boardmember Stephen Palenkas by a 5-3 Easton Express vote because he missed 3 consecutive board meetings. Closing after 31 years as a tourist attraction. Brief Easton Express history.

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Praxis Praxis Praxis Preservation

Aug. 1 Nov. 13 Oct. 31 Aug. 7

1979 1979 1979 1979

ProJeCt Railroads - Wrecks

May 26 Jan. 6

1979 1979

Railroads - Wrecks Reda, Lou

March 22 Sept. 28

1979 1979

Center for the retarded in Easton narrowly approved. Criteria for admission listed. Center for the retarded in Easton narrowly approved. Criteria for admission listed. Center for the retarded in Easton narrowly approved. Criteria for admission listed. Freeman Island or Laubach Island 8 acre island in Lehigh River purchased by Lehigh Valley Conservancy, account of Conservancy and its plans for preservation. An account of its work. A Conrail freight train derailed on tracks over South Third Street off Canal Stret. 17 cars and 2 locomotives involved. Seven Conrail cars derail in Easton about 150 years west of South Third St. An account of Easton's outstanding businessman -publisher, agent, and movie publisher.

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Riegelsville, Pa.

Aug. 16

1979

Riegelsville, Pa.

Aug. 9

1979

Rifle Rifles Roads - N.J.

Dec. 30 Dec. 30 May 2

1979 1979 1979

Borough Council drops idea of becoming legally Easton Express part of Northampton County. Will remain in Bucks County. Borough Council drops idea of becoming legally Easton Express part of Northampton County. Will remain in Bucks County. Pa. longrifle still being made at Kempton, Pa. Easton Express Pa. longrifle made today in Kempton, Pa. by Chuck Easton Express Dixon at his shop. Straw Circle at Rts. 22 and 519 in Pohatcong Twp. Easton Express To be eliminated and replaced with a conventional traffic pattern.

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May 3

1979

Roads - Route 78 Rooney, Fred. B Roseto, Pa.

Aug. 23 March 30 April 7

1979 1979 1979

Straw Circle at Rts. 22 and 519 in Pohatcong Twp. To be eliminated and replaced with a conventional traffic pattern. I-78 from Fogelsville to Still Valley, N.J. under fire by various communities. Former U.S. Representative from Pa. honored by his friends. Mrs. Constance Zito, age 82, helping to raise funds for the proposed Slate Belt Medical Center by baking and selling home-baked biscuits.

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Roseto, Pa. Running

Feb. 14 April 23

1979 1979

Santa Claus

Dec. 31

1979

Peter Renaldo, leader in Roseto. Obituary. Easton Express "Run with the Champ," a running contest, benefit Easton Express Easton Boy's Club. Co-sponsored by the Express and Lafayette Trust Bank. Harry Holmes on hand. Winner - Jake Hepp. George Muretta of Phillipsburg has acted as Santa Easton Express Claus. He had trouble acquiring his suit. Classes on sex education to be taught in Belvidere, Easton Express N.J. Junior and Senior high schools by teachers and Planned Parenthood of Northwest New Jersey School Board approved. St. Philip & James Roman Catholic Church to honor Monsignor Joseph F. Sheehan, its pastor. St. Philip & James Roman Catholic Church to honor Monsignor Joseph F. Sheehan, its pastor. 70 church congregations celebrated Pentecost evening on Sunday, June 3rd by singing hymns, etc. Easton Express

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Sex Education

Oct. 21

1979

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Sheehan, Monsignor Joseph F.

June 9

1979

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May 29

1979

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Sing-A-Long

June 4

1979

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Slate Belt Medical Center

April 7

1979

Slogans

April 3

1979

Roseto, Pa. Mrs. Constance Zito, age 82, helping Easton Express to raise funds for the proposed Slate Belt Medical Center by baking and selling hoome-baked biscuits. The slogan, "America's Little Apple" was selected Easton Express as the winner of the Lehigh Valley Slogan Contest at ceremonies at the ABE Airport. Conceived by Regina DeLucia of Whitehall. PA. The theme serves to unify the Lehigh Valley and pronote business, industr An account by James Shelly, Express reporter. An account of area theaters by Clayton Buss & Frank Michler. Speed limit returned to 55 miles per hour. Williams gas station at 3rd St. & Riverside Dr. has donated space for tourism center. Sponsored by Chamber of Commerce. Mrs. Kathryn Granahan, former U.S. Treasurer, born in Easton. Obit. George Theodorou, of Palmer Township, is founder of organization wanting to change U.S. to the ideologies of the founding fathers. Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express

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Sullivan's March Theaters Thruway Tourism

May 7 July 30 Jan. 8 June 1

1979 1979 1979 1979

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U.S. Treasurer United Nationalist Front

July 12 Oct. 28

1979 1979

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Uranium Vandalism

June

1979

Oct. 22, 23, 1979 28, Nov. 6, 13 Walter, Francis E. - Walters Park May 30 1979 War - Sullivan's Expedition June 11 1979

Exxon Corp. to explore for uranium on 2000 acres Easton Express in Monroe County. Bangor Junior High School vandalized by 4 boys. Easton Express

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Memorial to 12 Phillipsburg men who died in Vietnam. Observance of the 200th Anniversary to be held June 15-19 in Monroe County.

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Warren Hospital Warren Hospital

April 28 March 30

1979 1979

Warren Warren County, New Jersey - Nursing Home Weather - Storms WEEX

Dec. 30 Aug. 11 Dec. 22

1979 1979 1979

Hospital honors its volunteers, especially Frank Inocho for 21 years of service. Free Health Care Service installed. Telephone service provide direct access to the Tel-Med console. An account of Warren Haven. Vicious storm batters Easton area. Forks Township radio station after years of catering to the musical taste of teenagers will change to a more easy-going "Pop Adult" music. An account of its history. Supervisors acquire new municipal Building at Cider Press and Gaffney Hill Roads. Hold first meeting in building. Wilson school board, despite public criticism, voted to construct a new elementary school at the cost of $1.78 million at 21st St. and Washington Blvd. To stay at 3rd and Spring Garden St. 61 years old building to be renovated. Cost of repairing, renovating and expanding the useable space of the Y.M.C.A. estimated at one million dollars. 4 youths who vandalized the Bangor Junior High School on Oct.21, 1979 are to be sent to Juvenile facilities for up to 9 months. Obituary of Dr. Floyd William Callahan, retired Wilson podiatriat, civic leader and artist.

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Whitefield House, Nazareth, Pa. March 19 Williams Township Jan. 17

1979 1979

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Wilson Borough - Schools

Jan. 11, Feb. 8

1979

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Y.M.C.A. Y.M.C.A.

Jan. 9 March 20

1979 1979

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Bangor, PA - Schools

Jan 4, 1980 1979 Huh? Huh? Oct. 28 198- Huh?

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Antiques

Nov. 9

1980

Arcade Market Arcade Market

Aug. 20 July 1

1980 1980

Artists Artists

April 3 Jan. 27

1980 1980

Artists

Oct. 24

1980

New business "Funky Furniture" relocated to North Delaware River Road. Owner Becky Goldenburg uses the barter system in her business. Charred remains of rear portion of Arcade Market removed. Arcade market damaged by fire on Tuesday, June 25. Front section to remain, damaged area to be torn down. Anton Schiavone of Bangor created "The Last Supper" in papier mache. Gertrude Espenscheid lives in Hunterdon County, N.J. does illustration of Children's books and paints mushrooms. Obituary of John Cassidy, Wilson resident was an historical artist who campaigned to put the Easton Stars and Stripes on U.S. Postage stamp. Graduate of the Sorbonne in Paris. Expert on Russian icons. An account of local auctioneers and their techniques. Obituary - Alan Lake Chidsey, native of Easton, an author and educator. Obituary - Douglas D. Cooper, owner of Doug Cooper Ford and Continental Imports Ltd. On Rt. 33 and Hecktown Road. Driver's licenses now to have driver's photo. Two photo license centers open in Lehigh Valley. The last barn in Easton is destroyed by fire. The 100 year old barn was located on North 9th St. and Wood Ave.

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Auctioneers Authors Automobile Agencies

Sept. 21 Nov. 18 Sept. 11

1980 1980 1980

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Automobiles

Feb. 27

1980

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Barns

Sept. 5

1980

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Nov. 9, 1980. Aug. 7

1980

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1980

Belvidere - N.J. Belvidere, N.J. Belvidere, N.J. - Homes

Nov. 8, 1980 Nov. 8, 1980. Oct. 5, 1980 July 2

1980 1980 1980

Owner of business, Becky Goldenberg, uses Easton Express bartering system in her refinishing of furniture and antique business. Obituary. Wife of deceased Lewis Sitgreaves Easton Express Beers. She was active in the Jacobsburg Historical Society. Sewage plant dedicated. Easton Express Sewage Plant dedicated. Historic homes noted. Home of Robert Morris and early residents of the town described. Easton Express Easton Express

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Bridges, Lehigh

1980

Bridges, Lehigh

Nov. 27

1980

Buckley, William F.

Sept. 26

1980

Authorities urged to make Third Street bridge over Express the Lehigh River six lanes. To be considered by Penn DOT on its priority list. Officials doubt that suspension bridge damaged by Express storm will be rebuilt. Abuilt in 1885. Toll bridge in 1885. Brief history Visits Lehigh University. Calls President Carter's Express administration "worst economic disaster ever" City planners propose new bus transfer site. Express New business "Funky Furniture" relocated to Easton Express North Delaware River Road. Owner Becky Goldenberg uses the barter system in her business. Celebrating 195th anniversary with sales and free Easton Express horse and buggy rides around town. Celebrating 195th anniversary with sales and free Easton Express horse and buggy rides around town.

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Bus Transportation Business - Antiques

Oct. 8 Nov. 9

1980 1980

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Nov. 12

1980

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Nov. 8

1980

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Business - Bookstores

Nov. 23

1980

Moravian Bookstore in Bethlehem retains a root with the past. An Account of its business. Cathy La Stella of Palmer Township operates a bridal consultant business. Laubach's Department Store purchased by Raymond Bartolacci, Asher & Jacob Seip, and Dominick Lockwood for an undisclosed amount Long vacant Best Market building at 5th and Northampton Street probable site of Veterans of Foreign Wars new home. Lipkin's Furniture Store, 3rd and Ferry Streets getting a new look. Lipkin's Furniture Store, 3rd and Ferry Streets getting a new look. Hobby Hangout and Craft Center relocated to new building at 3701 William Penn Highway. Formerly in downtown Easton. Has one of the first passive solar commercial buildings in Pa.

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Business - Bridal Consultants

Sept. 22

1980 1980

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Business - Department Stores - Aug. 26 Laubach's

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May 16

1980

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Business - Furniture Stores Business - Furniture Stores Business - Hobby Stores

Sept. 11 Sept. 21 Dec. 1

1980 1980 1980

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Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc. Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc. Business - Insurance

Feb. 19 Oct. 23 Dec. 30

1980 1980 1980

Hotel Huntington to be converted into apartments Easton Express for young professionals. Hotel Hampton - Fire blaze routs 50 persons. Easton Express Kressler, Wolff, & Miller plan new office building Easton Express to be constructed at 4th & Pine Streets. An account of the firm's business. Henry S. Lehr, founder of the Henry S. Lehr Easton Express Insurance Agency. Obituary. Paul's Jewelry Store owned for 12 years in Easton Easton Express by David W. Siegel and his wife Pauline. Obituary.

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Business - Insurance Business - Jewelry Trade

Oct. 19 Nov. 24

1980 1980

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Business - Lawyers

Aug. 20

1980

Business - Lawyers Business - Lawyers Business - Music & Musicians Business - Music & Musicians

Aug. 25 Oct. 19 Aug. 10 Dec. 27

1980 1980 1980 1980

Attorney Alfred Jemmons barred by Judge Alfred Williams, Jr., from practicing in the Northampton County Court Obituary of S. Maxwell Flitter, attorney for 52 years in Northampton Co. Obituary of John H. Pursel, Sr., attorney and public servant of Warren County, NJ. Ted Williams, classical guitarist of Pen Argyl, PA, an artist on the guitar. Obituary of Charles Young, age 65 of Williams Township. Well known as a ragtime pianist. Professional musician for 50 years.

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Business - Music & Musicians

Feb. 17

1980

Business - Music & Musicians

Nov. 9

1980

Business - Office Equipment & Supplies

Jan. 11

1980

Easton native Charlie Knecht is no ordinary Express musician - band leader of Interstate Municipal Band. Dr. John D. Raymond, professor emeritus of music Express from Lafayette College, continues his love of music in his retirement. Treher-Montague Inc. stationary store at 237 Express Northampton St. for 85 years now expanding. To move to new location at 10th & Northampton Streets. Office furniture business moved to a building on Airport Road in Hanover Twp. Treher-Montague Inc. office furniture and office products company which was located in Easton for 85 years moved to its new location in the Lehigh Valley Industrial Park. Office supply store relocated from 3rd and Northampton Street to 10th and Northampto Express

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May 25

1980

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Business - Orr's Department Store

Dec. 26

1980

Clock in front of store on Northampton St. in Express running order after being damaged on Nov. 3 by a truck. Stood in front of Orr's and Smith jewelry (which shared site) since 1907. Was damaged in 1917 and restored in 1917. Orr's clock on Northampton St. In front of store is damaged by milk truck. Obituary of Burton Jones, owner of Pollock Brush Company. Correll Printing Co. breaks ground for a new plant in Forks Township on Glover Road. Brief history of the company. Began in 1872 by John Peter Correll. First to use linotype mahcines. Located on Morthampton Street between Centre Square and 4th Street. Pu Lehigh Blue Printing Co., Inc. moves to new location at 2000 Butler St. Obituary of Joseph Pasch, owner of Pasch Refrigeration & Marine Co. Antonio Salemme, artist and sculptor, lives in Williams Township. An account of his work. Express Express Express

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Business - Orr's Department Store Business - Pollock Brush Co. Business - Printing

Nov. 3 Oct. 2 Dec. 5

1980 1980 1980

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Business - Printing Business - Refrigeration Business - Sculptors

May 10 Aug. 17 Jan. 11

1980 1980 1980

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Business - Sewing

Jan. 31

1980

Business - Shaklee Products Inc. Jan. 20

1980

Business - Victaulic Co.

Dec. 12

1980

Les Althouse collects sewing machines; owns & Express operaties American Sewing Center on Northampton St. Shaklee Products Inc. owned and operated by Express Mary and Bob Eble of Stockertown. Sells vitamins, household cleaning products and personal care items. Plans are presented to Forks Township Planning Express Commission for expansion of Victaulic Co.

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Business - Welding Cancer

Dec. 31 Sept. 13

1980 1980

Candle (Centre Square) Carter, Rosalynn

Nov. 28 April 17

1980 1980

Carter, Rosalynn Carter, Rosalynn Children's Home, Easton Children's Home, Easton Children's Home, Easton Children's Home, Easton

Sept. 26 Sept. 27 Aug. 12 Jan. 28 Oct. 20 Oct. 27

1980 1980 1980 1980 1980 1980

P. H. Barron Welding Co. at 684 Northampton St. has fire Cancer deaths rated are significantly higher in Easton than for Northampton or Monroe Counties as a whole. Account of the Centre Square peace candle erected over the Civil War monument Wife of President Jimmy Carter visits the Lehigh Valley at the ABE Airport and the Lehigh Valley Mall on April 18, 1980 President's wife visits Fountain Hill Mills at Fountain Hill and tours the Lehigh Valley President's wife visits Fountain Hill Mills at Fountain Hill and tours the Lehigh Valley. Fire damages basement Fire destroys Children's Home dormitory cottage Fire damages one-story stone building Dedication of the rebuilt cottage named in honor of Navy Lt. Commander Gordon Smith, an alumnus of the Home Good Shepherd Lutheran Church celebrates 200th anniversary of the Sunday School movement outside Long's Plumbing and Heating building on Butler Street which was a former school and once housed the church school which started the congregation. Handbell choir introduced as part of Palmer Township Moravian Church's musical ministry in memory of Theodore Bean. Rev. Francis Barbato gives an account of his years in the priesthood. To be honored by members of St. Anthony's Church.

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Churches - Lutheran - Good Shepherd

Sept. 27

1980

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May 17

1980

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April 12

1980

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Churches - St. Anthony's

April 14

1980

Churches - St. Anthony's

April 14

1980

Churches - St. Bernard's

April 19

1980

Rev. Francis Barbato gives an account of his 40 Easton Express years in the priesthood. To be honored by the members of St. Anthony's Church. About 450 persons honored Rev. Francis Barbato, Easton Express priest emeritus of the church on the 50th anniversary of his priesthood. Rev. Francis X. Connolly to be transferred from St. Easton Express Bernard's to another church. Members of the church are saddened by the move. Rev. Francis X. Connolly to be transferred from St. Easton Express Bernard's to another church. Members of the church are saddened by the move. Baby Jesus figure in the Creche broken by vandals. Easton Express St. Joseph's Catholic Church honors Rev. Peter Vandergeest on his 40 years of priesthood. Lenny's Men Store moves to Centre Square. Surprise Store. Moves to 327 Northampton Street, the former site of Green's 5 & 10 cent store. Lenny's owned by Lenny and Mary B. Albanese move store to Centre Square from 403 Northampton St. Description of the new store. Women's Clothing: Country Miss, Inc. located in Forks Township is a 19-year-old company with record sales. An account of the business. Easton Express

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April 26

1980

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Dec. 26 May 17

1980 1980

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Clothing Stores Clothing Stores

Dec. 15 May 12

1980 1980

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Oct. 2

1980

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Sept. 21

1980

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Clubs - Forks of the Delaware Garden Club Clubs - Junior Women's

April 17

1980

Plant a memorial tree in memory of the club's Easton Express deceased members. Planted in Louise Moore Park. Club operates second-hand clothing store, The Spring Garden Street Exchange. An account of its operation. In Easton on Sunday afternoon, August 31. Held at Hacketts Park. Co-sponsored by Easton Jaycees and Radio station WEEK Judge Crater of Easton disappeared in New York City on August 6, 1930. An account. Dairy Farm: Owner of Dairy Farm in Williams Township-Charles Crivelaro, Sr. Obit. Rev. Milton Pier of Bangor, minister of lthe Assembly of God Church has commotted his life to providing deaf people with religious services in the Lehigh Valley area. Rev. Milton Pier of Bangor, minister of the Assembly of God Church, has committed his life to providing deaf people with religious services in the Lehigh Valley area. Obituary of Dr. Jacob Kincov. Obituary of Dr. Ralph McKay La Shelle Buchanan, a doctor in Phillipsburg, N.J. Oakhurst given to Lafayette College in 1961 by Louise McKelvy Walker. Renamed McKelvy House. Description of the home and college program for the house. Oakhurst given to Lafayette College in 1961 by Louise McKelvy Walker. Renamed McKelvy House. Description of the home and college program for the house. Easton Express

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Sept. 2

1980

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Aug. 10 July 2

1980 1980

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Jan. 29

1980

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Jan. 29

1980

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Doctors Doctors Easton - Historic Homes

March 24 Nov. 21 Feb. 26

1980 1980 1980

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Feb. 27

1980

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Easton Express - Employees

Nov. 13

1980

Easton Express - Employees Easton Express - Employees Easton Hospital - Chaplains' Program Easton Hospital Poison center Easton Post Office Emergency Squad Fires

Nov. 2 Oct. 1 Dec. 20 Sept. 18 Jan. 25 Sept. 14 Nov. 24

1980 1980 1980 1980 1980 1980 1980

Shelly honored by town council of Phillipsburg for his coverage of school board and council meetings. Donald W. Diehl, resigns as president and general manager and editor. James Shelly, reporter for 32 years retires. An account of his journalistic days. Full time chaplain named: Rev. Thomas Green. Part of the Lehigh Valley Poison center. It is a hotline to provide information. Richard Hetrick ,postmaster, served 1961 to 1976. obit An account of a typical day's work. Las Vegas hotel-casino fire has Palmer Township native assist in recruiting of the hotel residents Charles Fauerbach is a paramedic on duty in the Las Vegas area. Last barn in Easton destroyed by fire. It was 100 years old, located at 9th and Wood Streets. Last barn in Easton destroyed by fire. It was 100 years old, located at 9th and Wood Streets.

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Fires

Sept. 5

1980

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Sept. 6

1980

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Fires - Easton Fires - Easton

Nov. 16 Nov. 6

1980 1980

Dutchtown (6th - 7th Street) residents live in fear Easton Express of another fire. A reward of $6000 for clues to local arsonist. Easton Express

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Fires - Easton's Ring of Fire

Sept. 23

1980

5 Sept. - Barn fire at 9th & Wood Street. Easton Express 8 Sept. - 4 buildings at 649-641 Northampton St. 15 Sept. - Rear of Phillips TV Store - 701 Wood St. 15 Sept. - Fire at above burned buildings on North. St. 17 Sept. - Rear of 17 South 6th St. 18 Sept. - Basemen

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Flemington, N.J.

Aug. 3

1980

Residents join movie stars in the filming of the TV Easton Express special " Do me a favor, don't voite for my mom." Review of disaster after 25 years. Full account Easton Express with pictures. Present day township and its problems. Easton Express To be observed this year by a full week's activities. Easton Express Purchases 411-419 Northampton Street (the former Paramount Store). He plans a disco called "Round One." "Round One" disco 411-4419 Northampton St. to open its doors on Dec. 31. Description. Practical joke played on him in Cleveland. Named as one of the ten outstanding young men of the U.S. by U.S. Jaycees. Wins over Muhammad Ali at end of 10th round. Easton citizens give Larry a parade. Easton wants to name a street for the world's heavyweight fighter. South Union Street or Canal Street suggested. Some objections to it. Easton High School Gym has closed circuit television for Holmes-Ali fight on October 2. Easton Express

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Floods - 1955 Forks Township Heritage Day Holmes, Larry

Aug. 17 Jan. 6 July 2 Aug. 31

1980 1980 1980 1980

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Holmes, Larry Holmes, Larry Holmes, Larry Holmes, Larry Holmes, Larry Holmes, Larry

Dec. 31 Feb. 27 Jan. 20 Oct. 3 Oct. 4, 5 Sept. 10, 11

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Sept. 9

1980

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Sept. 9

1980

Hugh Moore Parkway

Sept. 21

1980

Italians Jews

Nov. 12 May 6

1980 1980

Jews

Oct. 14

1980

Lafayette College - McKelvy House Lafayette College - McKelvy House Lafayette College - Visitors

Feb. 26 Feb. 27 May 27

1980 1980 1980

Easton Area High School gym to show closed circuit of the Holmes-Ali fight. Some members of the school board (5-3) against use of the gym for the affair. An account of some of the accomplishments made in the 6 mile stretch of land along the Lehigh River. St. Frances Xavier Cabrini Society of Easton celebrates is 30th anniversary. Catholics and Jews unite in funeral services for Joe Cuvo a member of St. Anthony's Catholic Church for former custodian of the B'nai Abraham Synagogue. Rabbi Alexander Feisilver and his wife, Lillian, both authors of Jewish heritage. An account of their literary efforts. An account of the students who live in the "honors house." Description of the home. An account of the students who live in the "honors house." Description of the home. Garry Trudeau, creator of "Doonesbury" comic strip, is speaker at 1980 commencement.

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Lehigh Valley Health Education Center

Jan. 31

1980

Lumbertville, NJ Nov. 16 Mary Meuser Memorial Library Dec. 9 Monroe County, Pa. - Churches Oct. 4

1980 1980 1980

Center will be renamed in honor of Carl and Emily Express Weller who have donated $200,000. to the Center. Brief history of the town Easton Express Library board considering a $200,000 expansion. Easton Express Christ Hamilton United Lutheran Church Easton Express celebrates 225th anniversary of the founding of the original parish in 1755 and the 150 year of the present church.

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Mormons

Feb. 16

1980

The Bushkill Center Church built in 1873 by the Lutherans & Reforms. Sold to the Wind Gap Branch of Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Located 4 miles North of Nazareth. An account of its history. Supervisors suspend policeman Bruce Fretz for not reporting sex case. Supervisors suspend policeman Bruce Fretz for not reporting sex case. Policemen accuse Chief Nick DiVietro of leaving Township during on-duty hours. Supervisors suspend policeman Bruce Fretz for not reporting sex case. Supervisors suspend policeman Bruce Fretz for not reporting sex case. Township officials was municipal identification and postal service -- "Palmer Township, Pa." Ceremonies at courthouse for the dedication of the Judge's portrait, painted by the artist, Robert C. Burns. Building has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places. Prominent sports official in the area. Obit. An account of the residential center located at 4th and Washington Streets. Anti-draft protest held in Easton. An account of the town. Was prominent throughout Pa. as a beekeeper. Operated Sandt's Honey Business in Forks Township. Obit. Center opens. Cost $3.5 million on Jan. 2, 1981.

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Odenweldertown Palmer Township - Police Department Palmer Township - Police Department Palmer Township - Police Department Palmer Township - Police Department Palmer Township - Police Department Palmer Township - Postal Service Palmer, Judge Clinton Budd

Feb. 17 Sept. 16 Sept. 17 Sept. 18 Sept. 24 Sept. 25 Jan. 8

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May 12

1980

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Parsons-Taylor House Patti, Stephen A. Praxis Public Protests Roseto, Pa. Sandt, Floyd H.

Sept. 27 Jan. 6 Aug. 24 Feb. 26 Jan. 20 Jan. 31

1980 1980 1980 1980 1980 1980

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Slate Belt Medical Center

Dec. 12

1980

Easton Express

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Slate Belt Medical Center Slate Belt Medical Center SPCA SPCA SPCA

Dec. 19 Dec. 22 Aug. 15 Aug. 27 Nov. 13

1980 1980 1980 1980 1980

Center opens. Cost $3.5 million on Jan. 2, 1981. Center opens. Cost $3.5 million on Jan. 2, 1981. Lack of fund could force closing of the center.

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City Parking garage collecting food and money Easton Express during drive for the organization. Receives new ambulance. Donors are Forham Easton Express Bixler, owner of Orr's and Mrs. Minnie solt, former owner of Solt Chevrolet in Nazareth. St. Francis Retreat Home and Academy, Bethlehem Township. An account of its priests and the work of the Friary. Brief history and present day status. B'nai Abraham to complete the restoration of its Torah Scroll. Its congregation to witness the writing on parchment. Jewish scribe Rabbi Saul Teitelbaum, an Hasidic Jew from Brooklyn to repair the collection of Torah Scrolls. B'nai Abraham Synagogue sends a Torah scroll as gift to a conservative congregation in Israel. Easton Express

St. Francis Retreat Home and Academy Sunfish Pond Synagogues - B'nai Abraham

Aug. 2

1980

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1980 1980

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Synagogues - B'nai Abraham

May 17

1980

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Synagogues - B'nai Abraham

Nov. 15

1980

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Taxation

Dec. 19

1980

Taxation

Feb. 22

1980

City of Easton threatens suit if dentists and other Easton Express professionals don't pay business privilege tax bills. Names listed. Easton Tax abatement plan approved by County Easton Express Council.

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Temples - Temple Covenant of Peace

April 14

1980

Joint service on Easton Community Sunday in front of Temple Covenant of Peace where a monument stands as a permanent memorial to the 6 million Jews who died in World War II. Residents along Ferry Street object to city planting of trees. To honor Father Berdar on his 35th anniversary at the Holy Ghost Ukranian Catholic Church in West Easton. Santo P. Loquasto honored at the 5th annual military banquet held by Easton and Phillipsburg area veterans. Organization makes a bid for the Best Market at 5th and Northampton Streets. Lopatcong Township - brief history. Arthur McCracken helped found Radio station WEST. Obit. Dating from 1856 has a rich past. Grand opening of the new Wilson Elementary School. Hay School building no longer used; replaced by Wilson Elementary School. Brief history of Hay building (65 years old). To expand its facilities either at old site or at a new building at 13th and Bushkill Drive and Lafayette Street. Local Y.M.C.A. to build new facility to augment downtown "Y." Striking controllers just walk and wait. President Reagan says they are fired for striking.

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Trees Ukranians

Aug. 27 April 26

1980 1980

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Veteran of the Year

Nov. 8

1980

Easton Express

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Veterans of Foreign Wars Warren County, New Jersey WEST (Radio Station) Williams Quarry Wilson Borough - Schools Wilson Borough School

May 16 Oct. 12 March 31 Feb. 17 Oct. 14 Oct. 10

1980 1980 1980 1980 1980 1980

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Y.M.C.A.

Dec. 30

1980

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Y.M.C.A. A.B.E. Airport

Jan. 22 Aug. 13

1980 1981

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A.B.E. Airport

Aug. 8

1981

Striking controllers just walk and wait. President Reagan says they are fired for striking. Striking controllers just walk and wait. President Reagan says they are fired for striking.

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A.B.E. Airport

Aug. 9

1981

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Actors and Actresses

Aug. 9

1981

Actors and Actresses

Jan. 31

1981

Jack Coleman, native of Easton, son of Prof. Dr. Easton Express John Coleman is acting in "Days of Our Lives," a daytime soap opera on TV. Actress Anne Elstner Matthews of Stockton, NJ Easton Express featured in radio drama, "Stella Dallas." Obituary and account of her acting career. Ran the River's Edge restaurant in Lambertville, NJ. "Stella Dallas", radio drama featured Eistner Easton Express Matthews of Stockton, N.J. Obit. Account of her acting career. Ran the restaurant "The River's Edge" in Labertville, N.J. June and Paul Schlueter, resdients of Easton write Easton Express scholarly books on drama and literary figures. Strausser Haus of Breads - bakery in Palmer Easton Express Township. Closing of the Strand Shop, clothing store, ends 52 Easton Express years of business. House tours raise $1,000.00 for the Public Library. Easton Express Easton National Bank and Trust Company opens two automatic teller machines. - known as MAC. Easton Express

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Actors and Actresses

Jan. 31

1981

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Authors

Dec. 15

1981

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Bakeries Bangor, PA - Businesses Bangor, Pa - Library. Banks

Nov. 25 Jan. 24 May 31, 1981. May 16

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Banks

May 24

1981

Obituary - Easton National Bank & Trust Company - Easton Express Vice president, Harvey J. Young, Jr. employed for 48 years.

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Barbers Belvidere, N.J.

Nov. 1 Jan. 9

1981 1981

Blue Mountain Control Center Bottles Boys Club of Easton Boys Club of Easton

Aug. 23 Nov. 28 Dec. 7 June 28

1981 1981 1981 1981

An account of the several barbers and their shops Easton Express in the Easton area. Warren County Courthouse - Park in front of Easton Express courthouse had no name for 150 years. Now officially named Garret Wall Park in honor of the N.J. Governor who donated the land on June 7, 1825. Located in Wind Gap. An account of its activities. Express Old bottles revive memories of Easton in the golden days. Boys Club honors Raymond Bartolacci. An account of Boys Club activities. Expansion and a new image is planned. Located at 508 A Charles St. Free Bridge officially designated historic place and named to the PA Inventory of Historic Places. Express Express Express

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Bridges, Delaware

June 9

1981

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Burros

Oct. 10

1981

Burros from the Grand Canyon now in Hunterdon Express County, NJ, waiting private owners. Bridge connecting Palmer and Forks Township called obsolete First Valley Bank, Easton branch, robbed. First Valley Bank, Easton branch, robbed. First National Bank of Allentown has adopted a Seven point million reinvestment program for Easton. First National Bank of Allentown has its loan record debated by CORCO. Russell J. McChesney, chairman of the board retires Dec. 31 after working 46 years for the firm. An account of his career. Express Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express

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Bushkill Park Business - Banks Business - Banks Business - Banks

Feb. 21 April 3 April 30 Aug. 8

1981 1981 1981 1981

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Business - Banks Business - Binney & Smith

May 13 & May 14 Dec. 16

1981 1981

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Business - Binney & Smith Business - Breweries Business - Candy Business - Candy

June 7 & June 14 May 14 Jan. 7 Oct. 20

1981 1981 1981 1981

Business - Department Stores

Feb. 8

1981

Business - Department Stores Business - Doctors Business - Doctors Business - Florists

May 19 Aug. 14 May 19 April 22

1981 1981 1981 1981

Binney & Smith create painting kit "Creatable Paintables". F&M Schaefer Brewing Company purchased by Stroh Brewery Co. of Detroit. Carmelcorn Shop on Center Square owned by John Doherty for 50 years. John Doherty, owner of Carmelcorn Shop, 62 Cwentre Square, in business for 48 years. Opened in 1931 at 468 Northampton St. Wyckoff Department Store, Stroudsburg, Pa. to close on March 1 after being in business for 106 years. Hess's Department Store opens a dental clinic at the Palmer Park Mall. Dr. Raymond Wing, age 84, practiced for 42 years in Easton. Obituary. Weintraub, Dr. Sydney, age 74, Easton physician and surgeon. Obituary. Larry's Floral Creations opens at 3106 William Penn Highway. Owner is Lawrence Whitsell.

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Business - Food Stores

Aug. 11

1981

Best Market - iron framework holding the"B" sign Easton Express on top of building removed after 15 years. Four area A & P stores to close as of Jan. 16, Easton Express 1982. Seiple's Market at Stockertown on Main Street not Easton Express only sells merchandise but helps to direct stranded motorists. Best Market - Equitable Life Assurance Society of Easton Express the U.S. may buy building at 5th and Northampton st. for its offices.

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Business - Food Stores Business - Food Stores

Dec. 16 Feb. 8

1981 1981

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Business - Food Stores

Nov. 17

1981

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Business - Food Stores

Sept. 1

1981

Business - Furniture Stores Business - Furniture Stores

Feb. 11 Jan. 25

1981 1981

Sal Panto Sr. and son renovate their meat market Easton Express in line with Easton's historic preservation program. Lipkin's Furniture Store has a facelift. Easton Express Lauter's Furniture Store, 223 Northampton St. Easton Express purchased by John Zemenak of Doylestown. Abraham Aaron, age 86 was the owner of the Aaron Furniture Store for 40 years. Obituary. Easton Express

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Business - Furniture Stores

Jan. 6

1981

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Business - Furniture Stores Business - General Stores

July 26 Aug. 2

1981 1981

Ford Furniture Store, Washington, N.J. Quality Easton Express service for 90 years. Article on the general store today. An account of Easton Express stores in Ackermanville, Stanton,N.J. and others. Hobby Hangout and Craft Center located on Wm. Easton Express Penn Highway uses solar energy for heating. Fairview Hotel, located at 1028-30 Butler Street is newly transformed through preservation. Brief account of its history. Century Inn - Sandt's Eddy hotel gutted by fire. Was 200 years old, located on Rte. 611 in Lower Mt. Bethel Township. Allentown Hilton & Conference Center celebrates its grand opening. Kressler, Wolff & Miller relocate to new office at 40 South 4th St. Robert C. Aretz jewelry store closes after 10 years. Owner died in February. Robert C. Aretz, owner of Aretz Jewelers in Centre Square. Obituary. Obituary of Ferman W. Hummel, age 85, owner of Hummel Lumber Co. Easton Express

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Business - Hobby Stores

March 12

1981

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Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc.

Aug. 26

1981

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Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc.

March 27

1981

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Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc. Business - Insurance Business - Jewelry Trade Business - Jewelry Trade Business - Lumber Trade

Nov. 4 Dec. 5 April 17 Feb. 5 March 27

1981 1981 1981 1981 1981

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Business - Music & Musicians Business - Music & Musicians

Feb. 1 Feb. 1

1981 1981

Business - Music & Musicians Business - Music & Musicians

Jan. 16 Jan. 26

1981 1981

Business - Music & Musicians

Nov. 6

1981

Business - Pfizer & Co. Business - Plumbing Business - Poetry Business - Real Estate Business - Riegel Paper Co. Business - Shoe Industry Business - Victaulic Co. Business - Victaulic Co. Businesses - J. T. Baker Chemical Company Businesses - J. T. Baker Chemical Company Businesses - J. T. Baker Chemical Company

Aug. 4 May 20 Jan. 30 Jan. 6 Jan. 28 Jan. 11 Jan. 24 Jan. 30 Aug. 2 Jan. 28 July 28

1981 1981 1981 1981 1981 1981 1981 1981 1981 1981 1981

An account of Frank McGinley's life by E.E. reporter Don Henry. Obituary of Elbern H. "Eddie" Alkire, internationally-known guitarist who lived in Easton An account of Frank McGinley's life by E. E. reporter Don Henry Obituary of Elbern H. "Eddie" Alkire, internationally-known guitarist who lived in Easton The world is home to Easton's master musician, Ken Brader III, former trumpet player with Glenn Miller's orchestra. Now in business with his father and grandfather. Plans expansion of plant - a $50 million capital expansion. Obituary of T. Francis Ford, Jr., secretary of H.P.Kinsey & Co. Len Roberts, Professor at the Northampton Area Community College, writes poetry. Obituary of Paul F. Ford, age 89, founder of the Paul Ford Agency. Two Riegel Products Co., Milford, NJ, executives fined in price fix. An account of the business and some of its workers Victaulic Co. expansion to cost $15 million Victaulic Co. expansion to cost $15 million J. T. Baker involved in bitter strike. J. T. Baker Chemical Co. plans to move 80 to 100 jobs South. J. T. Baker Chemical Company's union workers strike at plant.

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Businesses - J. T. Baker Chemical July 31 Company Businesses - J. T. Baker Chemical Nov. 15 Company Businesses - J. T. Baker Chemical Sept. 22 Company Canal Festival Canal Festival Catholics June 27 June 29 June 28

1981 1981

1981

1981 1981 1981

J. T. Baker Chemical Company's union workers strike at plant. Scientist at the plant believes a massive meteorite he examined is part of one that hit the earth eons ago. Scientist at the plant believes a massive meteorite he examined is part of one that hit the earth eons ago. Shedules for Sunday, June 28. An account for the plans for the day's activities. An account for the plans for the day's activities.

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Sister Karen Pourby reaches her goal in becoming Express a nun. First American born citizen to join the Order of Angelic Sisters of St. Paul. Account of the work of the order and its work in Easton. Area Catholics of the 152 dioceses hold special masses in honor of Pope John Paul II who was shot in Rome Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre, leader of traditionalist Catholics, visits the Lehigh Valley. Cat fur buyer rejects fears of mass killings. Fur wholesaler, Raymon C. Rumpf, of Ferndale to cease his demands for cat fur. Cat lovers in the area protest. Bricks emerge as street is being reconditioned Bricks emerge as street is being reconditioned Express

Catholics

May 13

1981

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May 8

1981

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Cats Cats

Feb. 16 Feb. 24

1981 1981

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Centre Square Centre Square Centre Square

April 22 April 28 June 4

1981 1981 1981

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Red crosswalks not to be part of the resurfacing of Express the roadway around the Square

Centre Square Centre Square Centre Square

May 5 May 8 Oct. 11

1981 1981 1981

Council votes for blacktop road, red crosswalks Council votes for blacktop road, red crosswalks

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Celebration in Centre Square in honor of the Express Italians, Lebanese, Vietnamese of the Easton area Today's account of farmers who sell their produce Express Fishing pier for the handicapped located at the south end of the 8-mile bikeway through Palmer and Bethlehem Townships. Toxic leak from tanker in Palmer Township is safely stopped. Fire damages second and third floors of the junior boys unit Fire damages second and third floors of the junior boys unit First Baptist Church, Easton, Rev. Albert Beerley, age 82, former pastor, served 1940 - 1974. Obituary. Lamaist Buddhist Monastery located in Warren County, N.J., Washington Township. Lamaist Buddhist Monastery located in Warren County, N.J., Washington Township. Angelic Sisters of St. Paul, order located in Easton start their novitiate. Located on Washinton Street near St. Anthony's Church and on East Nesquehoning Street near St. Mary's Chapel in South Easton. Brief account of its history and work. Schoeneck Moravian Church holds a lovefeast to dedicate its renovated sanctuary Express

Centre Square - Market Chain Dam

July 5 July 6

1981 1981

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Chemical accident Children's Home, Easton Children's Home, Easton Churches - Baptist

Oct. 28 May 18 May 19 Oct. 20

1981 1981 1981 1981

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Churches - Buddhist Churches - Buddhist Churches - Catholic

July 26 July 27 Aug. 16

1981 1981 1981

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Churches - Moravian

Oct. 19

1981

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Churches - Our Lady of Lebanon Nov. 30

1981

Churches - Our Lady of Lebanon Nov.25

1981

Churches - Presbyterian

Dec. 15

1981

Churches - Reformed

Sept. 5

1981

Churches - St. Anthony's Churches - St. Joseph Clothing Stores

Nov. 27 Jan. 19 Feb. 7

1981 1981 1981

Clothing Stores

Jan. 12

1981

Clothing Stores

Jan. 2

1981

Clothing Stores

Jan. 23

1981

Our Lady of Lebanon Maronite Catholic Church celebrated its first half- century of service to the area. Founded by Lebanese community in 1931. Brief history. Our Lady of Lebanon Maronite Catholic Church celebrated its first half-century of service to the area. Founded by Lebanese community in 1931. Brief history. College Hill Presbyterian Church Rev. Robert Sandercock leaves his pastorship for a Philadelphia post St. Mark's United Church of Christ. A group of rocking chair rockers raised more than $1000. for muscular dystrophy fund. Father Barbato, church's spiritual leader, age 77. Obituary. Baby Jesus figure in the Creche broken by vandals. Restored by John Snyder. New York Tailors (Men's clothing store), 407 Northampton Street closing after 14 years in business. Owned by Joseph Radogna. An account of the business. Sigals. Has a new department -- Bridal Gallery. Description. Sigals. Has a new department -- Bridal Gallery. Description. May's Men Store. Closes store in Hillcrest Mall due to poor business. Golden Deeds awarded to Edward "Goudge" Andrews

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Easton Express Easton Express Express-Times

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Clubs - Exchange

April 25

1981

Easton Express

Clubs - Woman's Clubs - Woman's

Feb. 16 Feb. 16

1981 1981

Community Spirit Day Deafness

Sept. 8 Nov 6

1981 1981

Selling its headquarters at 611 Cattell Street. Was its headquarters for 23 years. Due to economic reasons the club house at Cattell and Pierce Streets to be sold. Has been headquarters since 1958. Formerly at 56 N.4th Street Held each year at Hacketts Park under the sponsorship of the Jaycees and WEEX Helen Beebe Speech and heaaring center of Easton. An account of its history and activities Helen Beebe Speech & Hearing Center of Easton. An account of its history and activities. Stockertown places sign on street warning motorists of a deaf child who cannot hear traffic. Stockertown places sign on street warning motorists of a deaf child who cannot hear traffic.

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Deafness

Nov. 6

1981

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Sept. 14

1981

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Deafness

Sept. 14

1981

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Delaware River

Sept. 14

1981

"Save the Delaware" flotilla. Canoes, sailboats, Express etc. formed to protest the proposed plan to divert millions of gallons of river water for use in homes & businesses in Bucks & Montgomery Counties

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Delaware River

Sept. 4

1981

"Save the Delaware" flotilla. Canoes, sailboats, Express etc. formed to protest the proposed plan to divert millions of gallons of river water for use in homes & businesses in Bucks & Montgomery Counties

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Delaware River - Rafting

June 7

1981

Raft racing on Delaware River. 12th great annual race.

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Delaware River - Rafting Dixie Cup Co. Doctors Donkeys

June 8 May 24 July 27 Oct. 3

1981 1981 1981 1981 1981 1981

12th annual raft racing on river Account of its giant cup on top of the plant. Obituary of Dr. Joseph C. Markefka, Jr. Arizona burros to graze in the New Jersey area Mrs. Evelyn Gulick again heads the agency

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Downtown Improvement Group Feb. 5 (DIG) Drugs April 28

Drugs

Feb. 21

1981

Drugs Drugs Drugs Easton Cemetery Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express - Employees Easton Hospital - Chaplains' Program Easton Housing Authority Easton Neighborhood Center Easton Post Office-Parking

June 16 June 17 June 25 May 21 April 8 March 15 Jan. 5 Jan. 24 Dec. 30 Jan. 18 Aug. 6

1981 1981 1981 1981 1981 1981 1981 1981 1981 1981 1981

Drug-sniffing dog now in Easton Area. School Express Board agrees to use the dog in sniffing out drugs in local schools. German shepherd dog Misty ,trained to sniff out Express drugs, demonstrates her ability for officials of the area. Drugs seized. Couple in raid in Phillipsburg, NJ. Express Drugs seized. Couple in raid in Phillipsburg, NJ. Express

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Easton Police to buy dog to sniff drugs in schools. Express Thirty Civil War grave markers stolen. Bruce Frassinelli named managing director. Director who served for 44 years, Adele S. Fretz, age 84. Obit. Willard B. Shively, age 70 was photographer for 40 years on the newspaper. Obit. New Chaplain, first full-time employed by hospital. Account of his work. Allentown staff to run public housing in the Easton area for limited time. Rent-a-kid Program for teen-age employment Parking shortage still unsolved. Post office wants to tear down former Hellick coffee Co Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express

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Easton Post Office-Postmaster

June 14

1981

Easton Public Library Eddyside Fire Fighting

Sept. 29 April 22 Nov. 29

1981 1981 1981

Fleck, Cyrus, Sr. Flemington, N.J. Floods - 1955 Food Food - Hot Dogs Forks Township - Emergency Squad Frakturs

May 30 Feb. 15 Aug. 17 May 31 July 15 June 28 Feb. 15

1981 1981 1981 1981 1981 1981 1981

Henry C. Schultz, Postmaster for 22 years, was Easton Express father of mayor Henry J. Schultz. He was a staunch democrat. Obit Shull school to house a branch library. Easton Express Beach to be renamed. Now called Eddyside Beach - Easton Express Jay R. Snyder Memorial Park. Volunteer firefighters are today's heroes. An Easton Express account of the county's various fire companies & their activities. An account of his life. Easton Express Brief history of the town. Easton Express A recounting of the flood of 26 years again that took the Delaware Bridge. The art of making scrapple. Vendor sells hot dogs in circle area. Emergency Squad will have paramedics. History and example of the Pa. German Art of illumination and painting of birth and marriage certificates, etc. An account of Easton's Bible Artists - John Spangenburg. Gypsy Smith - had Parkwood Riding Stables in Palmer Township. Now lives in Plainfield Township. An account of her life with horses and other animals. Celebration on July 8, 1981 in Easton. Celebration on July 8, 1981 in Easton. City planning Board approves of Holmes plan for a $1.6 million, 12 court racquetball center, health club and office building at corner of Union and Washing Streets. Opens a sportswear store next to his restaurant on Northampton Street. Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express

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Gypsy Smith

Aug. 8

1981

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Heritage Day Heritage Day Holmes, Larry

July 11 July 9 April 24

1981 1981 1981

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Aug. 31

1981

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Holmes, Larry Holmes, Larry Holmes, Larry

Feb. 11 Feb. 13 May 14

1981 1981 1981

Plans a bar-restaurant next to "Round One" disco. Easton Express Opens a disco "Round One." Chamber of Commerce honors: Larry Holmes; Joseph Kuebler; Russell J. McChesney. Easton Express Easton Express

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Sept. 28, 29 Feb. 1

1981

Hostages (Iran)

1981

Easton honors Larry Holmes with a special day. Easton Express Gov. Thornburgh to visit Easton on this day, 29 Sept. 1981. Parade in Easton on Saturday, January 31, 1981 in Easton Express honor of the 52 return hostages from Iran. Independence - townhouse development in Forks Township. Brief account. Italian Feast Day celebrated in South Easton. An account of the non-sectarian religious retreat center. Obituary of Arthur Winters, athletic director for 22 years. Dr. Samuel Pascal (deceased) taught for 31 years at College. To be inducted into Perkiomen School Hall of Athletic Honors in Pennsbury, PA. Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express Express Easton Express

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Housing Italians Kirkridge Center Lafayette College - Faculty Lafayette College - Faculty

March 29 Sept. 8 Dec. 12 May 10 May 17

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Lafayette College - Fraternities

Feb. 27

1981

Party at Delta Upsilon with the theme of "Back to Express the Womb" is declared offensive and sexist. Blind student, Charles Wilson, studies to be an Express electrical engineer. The Official Preppy Handbook names Lafayette Express College the no. 3 drinking school. Students resent not being named no. 1.

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Lafayette College - Visitors

April 7

1981

Lafayette College - Visitors Lambertville, NJ Leary, Jane Lehigh River Lehigh Valley Artificial Kidney Clinic Lehigh Valley Artificial Kidney Clinic Lehigh Valley Artificial Kidney Clinic Lehigh Valley Health Education Center Lehigh Valley Railroad Lehigh Valley Railroad Lehigh Valley Railroad Lehigh Valley Railroad Lehigh Valley Thruway

Dec. 8 Nov. 28 Dec. 24 Oct. 23 Aug. 10 Aug. 23 July 28 Sept. 17

1981 1981 1981 1981 1981 1981 1981 1981

Former Cleveland mayor Dennis Kucinich speaks at college at two-day seminar on "American cities in the eighties." Author John Barth reads exerpts from a new novel. Designer dedicated to Lambertville. An account of its history. An account of her Christmas with her family during the Depression. River could be Easton's future source of power. Nurses and aides stage a strike at Palmer and Bethlehem clinics. Nurses and aides stage a strike at Palmer and Bethlehem clinics. Nurses and aides stage a strike at Palmer and Bethlehem clinics. Center will be renamed in honor of Carl and Emily Weller who have donated $200,000. to the Center. Roundhouse property is looked upon by developers as a valuable piece of property. Plans for the Roundhouse opposed. Plans for the Roundhouse opposed. Round House building under various proposals for its use. 4th Street exit with a partial median barrier causes accident which resulted in the death of 2 persons from Washington, NJ. Thruway barrier to be installed at 4th Street exit where accident occurred. Thruway barrier to be installed at 4th Steet exit where accident occurred.

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Dec. 30 Dec. 31

1981 1981

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Loren, Sophia

Oct. 29

1981

Martin's Creek

Aug. 23

1981

Actress visits Hess Dept. Store in Allentown, PA, to Express promote her new perfume. Also visited the grand opening of the Allentown Hilton & Conference Center. Brief history of the town. Easton Express

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Martin's Creek

July 22

1981

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July 23

1981

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July 30

1981

Mary Meuser Memorial Library Jan. 10 Memorial Day May 16

1981 1981

Residents of Little Creek Road block entrance to Little Creek Bridge to prevent it from being torn down. Residents of Little Creek Road block entrance to Little Creek Bridge to prevent it from being torn down. Residents of Little Creek Road block entrance to Little Creek Bridge to prevent it from being torn down. Adds $100,000 to plant. Boat model built by Eastern Northampton County Vocational Technical School to be launched in Delaware on Memorial Day. Yellow ribbon tied round Soldiers and Sailors monument to welcome home the former hostages. Account of its history by James Lee. Group of citizens hope to save the town's Moravian heritage. Outstanding politician of Phillipsburg, N.J. Gives his views of his political life. Outstanding politician of Phillipsburg, N.J. Gives his views of his political life. Outstanding politician of Phillipsburg, N.J. Gives his views of his political life.

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Monument - Centre Square

Jan. 28

1981

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Morris Canal Nazareth, Pa. Norton, William M. Norton, William M. Norton, William M.

Feb. 22 Aug. 16 Aug. 12 Aug. 28 Nov. 15

1981 1981 1981 1981 1981

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Palmer Township - Parks Palmer Township - Police Department Parades Pennsylvania Germans Phillipsburg School District Students

Aug. 12 Jan. 8

1981 1981

Jan. 27 Feb. 12 June 23

1981 1981 1981

Palmer Township Bans night parking near Township Park. Palmer police settle dispute. The Police Association has won recognition by the township authorities. Area Veterans arrange a parade in Easton to honor the return of the hostages. John Stout, authority of the Pa. Germans. Obit. Survey of school populatin revealed that 33 percent of 1,600 students are deficient in one or more ways of the basic skills areas. Test financed by Project Active which screened students for physical conditions and ability. Fire chief, Bernard J. Hughes, age 79 was chief for 21 years. Librarian, Jayne Hess disputes with council. Library Board backs librarian. Librarian, Jayne Hess disputes with council. Library Board backs librarian. Librarian, Jayne Hess disputes with council. Library Board backs librarian. Conflict over. Librarian, Jayne Hess disputes with council. Library Board backs librarian. Librarian, Jayne Hess disputes with council. Library Board backs librarian. Librarian, Jayne Hess disputes with council. Library Board backs librarian. Town Council passes ordinance allowing Sunday liquor sales.

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Phillipsburg, N.J. - Fire Dept. Phillipsburg, N.J. - Library Phillipsburg, N.J. - Library Phillipsburg, N.J. - Library Phillipsburg, N.J. - Library Phillipsburg, N.J. - Library Phillipsburg, N.J. - Library Phillipsburg, N.J. - Library Phillipsburg, N.J. - Liquor

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Phillipsburg, N.J. - Music

Aug. 10

1981

Post Office Radio Station WZZO and 295

Sept. 18 June 21

1981 1981

Railroads - Wrecks Recreation - Recycling Project Riegelsville, Pa.

April 29 Dec. 12 Feb. 20

1981 1981 1981

Mrs. Dorothy Snyder Unangst wrote the lyrics of the Phillipsburg High School fight song - "Onward P'Burg." Obit. The Easton Post Office will stay downtown Parents and teachers complain that station's messages foster a "party image." Play rock & roll music - contendds it has encouraged teenagers to get rowdy with beer and drugs. Pa. Railroad wreck 70 years ago at Martin's Creek.

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Recycling operations mark an anniversary. Easton Express Account of the operation in the area. Public Library has a Mercer tile fireplace. Account Easton Express of the library building built in 1885 by John Riegel for a boys school - Riegel Academy. Mayor John A. Frankenfield, age 80. Served for 15 Easton Express years. Obit. Community spruces up the historic Academy Easton Express building which now houses the public library. Study details proposed I-78 route through Easton Express Northampton County, Pa. The Easton citadel of the Salvation Army Easton Express celebrates its 90th anniversary. Their activities at the Palmer Park Mall and Centre Easton Express Square and the Senior Citizen Center. Seiple's Market on Main Street not only sells its merchandise, but directs stranded motorists. Easton Express

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March 5 Oct. 13

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Roads - Route 78 Salvation Army Senior Citizens

July 15 May 16 Aug. 9

1981 1981 1981

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Stockertown, Pa.

Feb. 8

1981

Stockertown, Pa.

Feb. 8

1981

Seiple's Market on Main Street - an account of its Easton Express business.

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Stroudsburg, Pa.

Feb. 8

1981

Synagogues - B'nai Abraham Tatamy, Pa.

May 21 Aug. 3

1981 1981

Taxation

Jan. 16

1981

Television - Channel 39 Theaters - Boyd Theater

Feb. 1 April 18

1981 1981

A. B. Wyckoff Inc. Department Store to close on March 1. Was in business for 106 years. Article gives an account of its business. Three large swastikas scrawled across rear wall of the synagogue. Celebrates its 12th annual Family Day. Celebration by placing a historic capsule in the archway of the borough park. City of Easton threatens suit if dentists and other professionals don't pay business privilege tax bills. Names listed. Channel 39 seeks permission to start a second TV station. Boyd Theater had a ship model on display in its lobby for 20 years. Model restored by William Rush, Jr. of Phillipsburg who will present it to the Museum of U.S. Naval Academy, Annapolis, Md. Rock & Roll performance - "2nd Night of Memories" held. Sold to a New York firm. New owner sought for historic theater. Fund drive by The Friends of the State Theater is launched. 900 people attend special program "Night of Memories" sponsored by Easton Area Jaycees for benefit of "Save the State." Group formed to preserve the theater building on Northampton St. Description and history.

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Theaters - State Theater Theaters - State Theater Theaters - State Theater Theaters - State Theater Theaters - State Theater

Dec. 6 Jan. 21 Jan. 24 July 17 June 4

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Theaters - State Theater

March 21

1981

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May 16 Oct. 5

1981 1981

Hundreds attend extravaganza at Theater. Easton Express Deed to the property is recorded at the Easton Express Northampton County Courthouse to Friends of the State Theater Inc.

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Sept. 12

1981

Dr. John Raymond, former head of Lafayette's Easton Express music Dept. said that the theater's auditorium has the finest of acoustics. An account of building of the theater by Theo Chase who was the general contractor when the building was built in the 1920s. Hackettstown, Washington and Phillipsburg are college centers for the community college. Ethel Helms - local artist and historian. 11 residents afflicted by hepatitis. Edwin Coyle, Supt. Since 1978 to accept job of Supt. Of the Northampton Area School District effective July 1. Buy Tomaino, known as "Mr. Wilson Borough," honored for his years of service to the community. Easton Express

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Theaters - State Theater

Sept. 20

1981

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Warren County Community College Williams Township Williams Township Wilson Area School District Superintendents Wilson Borough

Jan. 26

1981

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April 28

1981

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Wilson Borough

June 13

1981 1981

Wilson Borough School District - May 11 Bus Transportation Wilson Borough School District - March 12 School Board Wilson Borough School District - May 13 School Board Wilson Borough School District - Aug. 24 Superintendents

1981

Served the Wilson Boro Fire Dept since 1966, Easton Express acting as Fire Chief. School bus on Furham Road going toward Williams Easton Express Township School demolished by fire - no one hurt. $1,000 lost. Ralph N. Ealer, served district 1947-1979. Honored Easton Express by District with portrait dedicated in his honor. Ex-board president, Philip Lauer, honored for Easton Express years of service. Changes in administrative personnel for 1981: Easton Express Gary Laubauch to serve as assistant principal; Gina Hirsch - school principal; Albert Zarbatany, district superintendent.

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Wilson Borough School District - June 11, 14 1981 Superintendents Wilson School District Superintendents Y.M.C.A. Y.W.C.A. African Americans African Americans African Americans African Americans Allentown, PA - Hospitals American Legion Feb. 4 & 10 1981 May 3 Oct. 10 June 10 June 19 June 20 May 5 Nov. 7 Nov. 16 1981 1981 1982 1982 1982 1982 1982 1982

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Aug. 20 Aug. 25

1982 1982

Andretti, Mario

March 5

1982

Albert J. Zarbatany appointed Superintendent. He was the principal of the Philip Lauer Middle School. Dr. Edwin Coyle resigns, takes post with the Northampton Area School District as Supt. Easton's Y.M.C.A. to be replaced in a new location, or stay on North 3rd St. Renovates the Ward building, adjacent to the main building, for women tenants. Afro-American Day festival. Afro-American Day festival. Afro-American Day festival. Afro-American Day festival to be held in Centre Square on June 19. Allentown and Sacred Heart Hospitals sever their relationship. Brown and Lynch American Legion Post has new home on Corriere Road off Tatamy Road in Palmer Township, a former storage building for Binney and Smith. Vo-Tech students help to upgrade structure. Mario Andretti: information related by his secretary, Kathi Collins. Mario Andretti named by William Penn Committee as one of 50 Distinguished Pennsylvanians. Mario Andretti gives up the fight to Bobby Unser as the winner in the1981 Indianapolis 500.

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July 30 Feb. 27

1982 1982

An account of the auctioneer, Frank Falcone's job. Easton Express Illus. Chrin Tire and Wheel, 818 South 25th St. In Easton Express business for 20 years.

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Feb. 27 June 27

1982 1982

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April 9

1982

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March 7

1982

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Oct. 12, 1982 Dec. 31

1982

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1982 1982 1982 1982 1982

Bethlehem, PA - School District Nov. 15, 1982 Birth Control Group Feb. 28 Bookstores - Adult Mar. 4 Boxing July 11

Leone Brothers Bakery - Celebrated 65th anniversary. Druggist sells his store and all equipment; much of which are antiques. Edwin Eisenhart, a druggist in Bangor for 50 years. Easton National Bank & Trust Company - Boyd Parking lot now owned by the Bank. Bank rejects plan to lease parking lot to city. Boyd Parking lot - Sale of lot to Easton National Bank and Trust Company creates problems for town and its business men. Helen Beebe Speech & Hearing Center consolidates facilities and moves to 505 Cattell Street on College Hill. Conroversy over use of name of clinic. Account of its work. Teachers go on strike. History of Planned Parenthood in Easton Easton Planning Commission takes first step to prohibit store to open. As a woman boxer, Joanne Metallo learns the art of boxing at St. Anthony's Youth Center.

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Bridges, Delaware

Dec. 1

1982

Delaware River toll bridge to raise its tolls: cars 10 Express cents to 15 cents. Effective December 11. Female carpenter Donna Witko is the only woman Express of the construction crew working on Toll Bridge. Speaker at Cedar Crest College Express Bid to put terminal at Mohican Market rejected by Express Easton Zoning Board LANTA bus service established in 1972 Express

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June 21

1982

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Brothers, Dr. Joyce Bus Terminals Bus Transportation

Oct. 21 May 18 Feb. 27

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Business - Alpha Building.

Jan. 31

1982

Business - Auctioneering Business - Banks Business - Banks

July 30 Feb. 27 Feb. 27

1982 1982 1982

Edward Fucci, "Human Fly" arrested at his attempt Easton Express to climb up the side of the Alpha Building in Centre Square. An account of the auctioneer, Frank Falcone. Easton Express First Valley Bank - established in 1863. Brief history. Lafayette Trust Co. established in 1922; first located at 353 Northampton St.; now at corner of 4th and Northampton St. Easton National Bank & Trust Co. introduces 24hour banking service under MAC system. An Account of the firm by Claude Macker, vicechairman. America's oldest jewelers. Established 1785. Employee Dennis Wagnor of Bangor celebrates 25 years with the firm. Kenneth Mitman, owner, awards a trip to Wales for his years of dedication. Easton City Council votes 5-0 to ban adult store in the city. An account of the businesses in the area. Candymaker John Doherty owns shop in Centre Square. In business for 50 years. An account of the business. Callie's Candy Kitchen, Bangor's outstanding candy store. Just Born, Inc., a candy factory, 1300 Stefko Blvd., Bethlehem, makes jellybeans. An account of the business. Craft Rug Mill in business for 40 years. Easton Express Easton Express

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Business - Banks Business - Binney & Smith Business - Bixler's Business - Bixler's

Feb. 27 Aug. 22 Feb. 27 May 28

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Business - Bookstores Business - Buthcher Shops Business - Candy

Aug. 12 Jan. 17 April 19

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Business - Candy Business - Candy

Feb. 27 Feb. 7

1982 1982

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Feb. 27

1982

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Business - Carpets

March 23

1982

D & S Tile Flooring Inc. Commercial and retail carpet firm to locate at 230 Northampton St. Lehigh Cement plant - explosion at quarry 40 years ago. An accounting of the event. Holy Apostle Mausoleum of St. Phillip & St. James Parish Cemetery, Rt.22, Greenwich Township dedicated its mausoleum containing a vault of 366 spaces. American Corporation located in Frenchtown, ceramic products for semi-conductor and transistor industries. Obituary of Frederick H. Laubach, former president of the firm Merwarth Florist, established in 1952 located at 1534 Butler St. Keystone Foods located on Tatamy Road. Established 38 years ago. Joe's Steak Shop. 274 South Main Street, Phillipsburg, N.J. Established 1938. Joe's Market, 235 Northampton St. Began on Ferry Street in 1951. Equitable Life Assurance Society no longer interested in building as site of their office. A & P store at 15th and Northampton St. to close; one of 4 in the Lehigh Valley. Missy Rouse opens beauty parlor at 415 Northampton St. specializing in treatment for the black woman. Piscitello & Sons hardware store in business since 1947. Family owned. Home Improvement Center - Cramer's Cashway Inc. opens at former location of A&P store at 15th and Northampton Sts.

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March 25 Nov. 29

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Feb. 27

1982

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Business - Hardware Stores Business - Home Furnishings

Feb. 27 July 7

1982 1982

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Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc. Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc. Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc. Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc. Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc. Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc.

Feb. 27 Feb. 27 Feb. 27 Feb. 27 July 29 June 23

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Black Horse Tavern. Established 1782 P & J Restaurant, 914 South 25th St., family owned. Flynns Catering Service opened in 1981 in Phillipsburg. Harmony Manor Restaurant located on Rte. 519. Mineral Springs Hotel to expand its structure after its fire in 1979. Hotel Lafayette - Code violations found by Code Team force owners to correct them by end of month. Kressler, Wolff, & Miller began in 1923. Henry McKeen & Sons, insurance company, establishec in 1896. Bowere, Schumann, & Welch, insurance firm in Washington, N.J. Dennis Jewelry & Gifts. History. Freeman Jewelers, established in 1911. Easton attorney John Goldsmith honored by Northampton Bar Association on his 50th anniversary of his joining the Bar. Obituary of lawyer John F. Oldt Crmaer's Cashway open lumber and home improvement store at 15th and Northampton Streets. Grand opening of its 6th store.

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Business - Insurance Business - Insurance Business - Insurance Business - Jewelry Trade Business - Jewelry Trade Business - Lawyers

Feb. 27 Feb. 27 Feb. 27 Feb. 27 Feb. 27 Feb. 7

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Business - Lawyers Business - Lumber trade

May 13 Aug. 8

1982 1982

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Business - Lumber Trade Business - Lumber trade

Feb. 27 Jan. 27

1982 1982

Hummel Lumber & Supply Co., Bushkill Drive, Express Easton. Founded in 1906. Eisenhart Mills (Forks Township plant) crafted a Express teak spiral staircase. To be shipped to the Bahamas. 2 men worked 7 months . Cost in excess of $30,000

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Business - Mack Printing Co. Business - Martin Guitar Co. Business - Martin Guitar Co. Business - Music & Musicians Business - Music & Musicians Business - Music & Musicians

Jan. 30 Feb. 27 May 7 Aug. 10 Feb. 27 Nov. 8

1982 1982 1982 1982 1982 1982

Installs energy conservation program Martin Guitar Co. started in 1839. Brief history. President Frank H. Martin resigns Ken Brader - 50 years in business

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Business - Paint Industry & Trade Business - Paper Industry

Feb. 27 Feb. 27

1982 1982

Ken Brader's downtown Easton music store & Express studio in business for 51 years. 12-year-old Harry Oakes of Palmer Township Express placed first in a PTA competition with a classical piano piece he wrote. A & D Tile & Paint-up Store in business since 1968 Express Fuller Paper Co., wholesale paper distributor, founded in 1953 by Charles G. Fuller Express

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Business - Pfizer & Co. Business - Pfizer & Co.

April 30 Aug. 6

1982 1982

Business - Pfizer & Co. Business - Pfizer & Co. Business - Photography Business - Photography

Feb. 27 Jan. 28 Feb. 27 June 12

1982 1982 1982 1982

Unveils plans for new research center. Other Express additions being planned. Local group (Easton's Coalition of Religious & Civil Express Organizations) participated in protest in front of the 13th Street plant. Group said plant is involved in the making of nuclear arms as well as polluting the air. World leader in minerals, pigments and metals Express Obituary of Charles H. Love, retired executive, age Express 76. Jack & Jill Studio photography business since 1947 Express Orr's Dept. Store gives space to J. Richard Thorne Express to set up shop since his place of business burned on March 26. Obituary of Malcolm M. Rice, board president of Express Easton Printing Co.

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Business - Printing

April 26

1982

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Business - Real Estate Business - Real Estate Business - Roofing Trade Business - Shoe Stores Business - Silk Industry Business - Travel Agencies

Feb. 27 Feb. 27 Jan. 27 Nov. 5 Feb. 27 Feb. 27

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Bealer & Jacowitz, Inc. - a brief history Paul Ford Realtor established in 1910; a family business. R. S. Hahn sheet metal shop established in 1935. Family owned. Shoestore in Hillcrest Mall going out of business after 50 years of service McGinley Mills started in 1919 Emanuel Travel Agency in business for 46 years History of the J. T. Baker Chemical Company, 78 years old, founded in 1904. To sponsor program on bridge builder, John Augustus Roebling. Mule driver saves life of a truck driver whose truck skidded off Island Park Road. History and activities. PA State Health Office to study Easton's cancer death rate John Tersigni & Son. Start new business on North Delaware Drive. Eastonian Robert Sun creates the game of Mhing which is based on Mah Jongg Attract Lehigh Valley residents. Trans-Bridge Bus Lines run regular trips to the casinos. College has a rebirth. Brief history

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Businesses - J. T. Baker Chemical Feb. 27 Company Canal Museum Dec. 17 Canal Museum Canal Museum Cancer Car Wash Cards Casinos - Atlantic City May 19 May 23 Oct. 18 Nov. 21 Aug. 15 May 9

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Ideas for reviving the farmers market at the Circle Express being planned by Tom Jones, director of Easton's Main Street Program.

Cheerleading

Feb. 4

1982

Child Abuse

April 30

1982

Area collegiate cheerleaders say pyramids hold no Express fears. Woman on Jan. 17 fell while top of 10 feet of human pyramid at Syracuse U. The PA Interscholastic Athletic Ass. To ban pyramids in high school cheerleading. Child abuse increased in Northampton County last Express year (1981) . 287 cases referred to Northampton County Children & Youth Division. Charles Ray Vosburgh of West Easton who worked Express as gardener at the Home is honored Shiloh Baptist Church. Celebrates Black Heritage Easton Express Day. Church bell at 5th and Church Streets repaired by Easton Express group who purchased the church. The Rock Church now owns the building. First Moravian Church of Easton installs new Express pastor, Rev. Gordon R. Furbay College Hill Presbyterian Church elects Rev. Express Thomas Yorty as new pastor College Hill Presbyterian Church congregation bids Express farewell to Rev. Robert Sandercock who was their minister for 23 years. St. John's United Church of Christ, Williams Easton Express Township, commemorates 100 years. Brief history. Rev. Peter Vandergeest of St. Joseph's Catholic Easton Express Church retires as of March 21 speaks his mind and beliefs in his church. Served 42 years.

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Children's Home, Easton Churches - Baptist Churches - Lutheran - Zion

June 20 Feb. 15 June 26

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Churches - Moravian Churches - Presbyterian Churches - Presbyterian

Nov. 29 Dec. 30 Jan. 23

1982 1982 1982

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Churches - St. John's UCC.

Nov. 6

1982

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April 13

1982

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Clocks

Feb. 27

1982

Clothing Stores

Dec. 23

1982

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Feb. 27 Feb. 27 Feb. 27

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Scheirer's Clocks, 1614 Washington St.; family owned business. Sigal's Store. Express-Times 344 Northampton Street. Sigal's and the Country Corner in Palmer Park Mall sold Apparel Affiliates of Quakertown. Joseph's men's Store: Family owned since 1923. Express-Times Surprise Store. 53 years old. Brief history. London Shop (Men's Store): 339 Northampton St. established in 1939 at 359 Ferry St. Lenny's Clothier: Brief history. Surprise Store. 53 years old. Brief history. Grollmans marks 78th year in women's apparel business. Founded in 1904 by Lthuanian immigrant Louis Grollman. Nephew Joseph continues the business today. Grollmans is moving from its location in Centre Square after 35 years. Relocating at 323 Northampton Street. Grollmans Store has auction of some of its 90 years old fixtures. Chief Levin's men's store: owner was Louis M. Levin, called Chief, obit. Country Miss, Inc., founded in 1961. Plant in Forks Township. Publishes "A Guide to Nursing Homes in the Easton Area" Express-Times Express-Times

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Clothing Stores Clothing Stores Clothing Stores

Feb. 27 Feb. 28 Jan. 6

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Prepares list of outstanding Pennsylvania women Easton Express in history. Margaret Druse in charge of the Easton project Easton Exchange Club presents a portable Easton Express defibirellator to Forks Township Emergency Squad During "Keep America Beautiful Week" members clean up Railroad underpass at 3rd and Rt. 611 Easton Express

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1982

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Cow - Man's best friend. Texas Longhorn claimed. Easton Express Brenda was cownapped. His stay at Lafayette College was brief and Easton Express undistinquished . Spent the semester as an engineering student in 1890. Brief biography. Judge Crater's sword sold at auction in Belvidere Easton Express for $65.00. The river is a thing of beauty, but also dangerous. Express More than 100 miles is wild and scenic. Obit. for Dr. Reuben E. V. Miller, Sr., age 90; in business in Easton for 48 years. Strawbridge & Clothier: Established a "Clover" store in the Palmer Park Mall. Strawbridge & Clothier: Established a "Clover" store in the Palmer Park Mall. The James River Corporation of Virginia agrees to buy plants in Wilson and Forks Township for $420 million. Wilson plant to close its building. All manufacturing operations to move to the Forks Township plant. Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express

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Dentists Department Stores Department Stores Dixie Cup Co.

Jan. 28 March 10 March 7 Jan. 7

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Doctors

11 Oct.

1982

Obituary of Dr. Donald C. Richards, aged 82; he was Chief of Obstetrics at Easton Hospital. Obituary of Dr. Herman Smith of Phillipsburg, N.J. for 40 years. Obituary of Dr. Burtis M. Hance, age 97, was Easton doctor since 1920. Tom Serfass of Butztown conducts school for dog training for obedience and attack TV host to appear at Lehigh University DIG and Chamber of Commerce announce they will merge. New group to be called TRACC or Two Rivers Area Commerce Council, of the Eastern Lehigh Valley Served Easton Area for over 30 years, 825 Phila Road. Run free advertisements for the jobless. Dominant newspaper of the area. Editorial page editor, John B. Bonnell receives certificate of Merit from National School Boards Association for his editorial on mandatory school meditations. Easton Hospital to add 27 beds. Husband and wife allowed to share same room: Myron and Dorothy Cooper share same hospital room. New drive launched to save old tavern Former councilman, Gary A. Smith has been selected as new director of Easton Housing Authority. Celebrates the completion of new water treatment plant. Brief history.

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Easton House Tavern Easton Housing Authority

Dec. 10 April 8

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Easton Water Plant

April 16

1982

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Eddyside Farm Credit Bureau Farm Credit Bureau Farmers' Market Fires

Aug. 13 Feb. 26 Feb. 27 May 7 March 31

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The world that is Eddyside - summer basketball at Eddyside. Established in 1900. Brief history. Established in 1900. Brief history. Centre Square market enrich the urban scene.

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Two dead in hosue fire at 20 Peach St. Kermit Easton Express Beetz, Jr. and Larry Bonney are victims. Arrested was David Hager who was responsible for the fire. Fred Waring's New Pennsylvanians entertains to Easton Express 1700 persons at State Theatre. Easton City Council turns down plan as submitted Easton Express by Heikki Elo and Joseph Reibman. Patients, aides hit by scabies rash. Facing a financial crisis due to the changes in Pa. State regulations for allocating funds to the county home. State aid cuts prompt 18 layoffs. An account of its work. Swears in daughter Antonia Maria Grifo as a member of the Northampton County Bar. Grove honoring 58 Easton men who died in World War I rededicated by Easton Rotary Club. 58 red oak trees planted. Parade in Easton and Phillipsburg has 16 bands, 40 floats with 4,000 participants and 50,000 spectators spanning the streets of the two states. Held on a Sunday afternoon. Pa. special olympics held at Lehigh University. First time it was held in the Lehigh Valley. Easton Express Easton Express

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Gracedale Gracedale

July 26 June 22

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Gracedale Grifo, Richard D. Hackett Park - Field House

Nov. 16 Nov. 29 May 28

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Halloween

Nov. 1

1982

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June 3

1982

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June 5

1982

Pa. special olympics held at Lehigh University. First Easton Express time it was held in the Lehigh Valley. Native of Williams Township preserves the past in painting and writing. Thomas Evans, principal of Easton Area High School, direct descendant of Robert Levers reads the Declaration of Independence in Centre Square. Thomas Evans, principal of Easton Area High School, direct descendant of Robert Levers reads the Declaration of Independence in Centre Square. In Easton special consideration is given to this minority group. La Fiesta held at First United Methodist Church, South 2nd Street. First Latin American Festival held by Council of Spanish Speaking organization of the Lehigh Valley. Unveiling of new marker on the founding of Northampton County. To be dedicated Thursday, July 8 on the highway of Rt. 611 South at site of Canal Museum. Easton's City Development cool to his building plans for Riverside Tract. Easton City Council is angered by the Authority's actions to Holmes. Easton's City Development cool to his building plans for Riverside Tract. Easton City Council is angered by the Authority's actions to Holmes. Easton Express Easton Express

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Heritage Day

July 4

1982

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Hispanics Hispanics

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July 4

1982

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Holmes, Larry

Aug. 11

1982

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Aug. 14

1982

Easton's City Development cool to his building plans for Riverside Tract. Easton City Council is angered by the Authority's actions to Holmes. Easton's City Development cool to his building plans for Riverside Tract. Easton City Council is angered by the Authority's actions to Holmes. Easton's City Development cool to his building plans for Riverside Tract. Easton City Council is angered by the Authority's actions to Holmes. Named by William Penn Committee as one of 50 Distinguished Pennsylvanians. Former Riverside Drive will be officially called Larry Holmes Drive. Makes a commercial for TV. Awarded the World Boxing Council Heavyweight Championship Belt. Holmes meets his fans at the 4th annual "Kids Days." City Council passes resolution praising Holmes as a loyal and benevolent citizen of Easton. Easton celebrates Holmes win over Clooney. Street formerly Riverside Drive now named in honor of the boxer; Now called Larry Holmes Drive. Pictures and description of his home at 896 Sheridan Drive. Description of his home on 896 Sheridan Drive in Palmer Township.

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Aug. 19

1982

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Holmes, Larry Holmes, Larry Holmes, Larry Holmes, Larry Holmes, Larry Holmes, Larry

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Easton's City Development cool to his building plans for Riverside Tract. Easton City Council is angered by the Authority's actions to Holmes. To purchase Commodore Inn, located in Pohatcong Township. Birth of son Larry Jr. To purchase Commodore Inn, located in Pohatcong Township. To purchase Commodore Inn, located in Pohatcong Township. Magazine published in Bangor by Horace and Mona Strunk during World War II to celebrate its 40th anniversary with a reunion of wartime comrades and their families. Edward Fucci arrested at his attempt to climb up the side of the Alpha Building in Centre Square. Prallsville Mill. An account of its history. Northampton legal profession split over Insanity Law. An account of a retiree's daily life. Located at Bethlehem, founded 15 years ago. An account of its activities. Five fraternities establishing an escort service for the women students on college campus as a prevention to campus crime. Obituary of Dr. Marshall Metzgar for whom the Marshall R. Metzgar Athletic Fields, the outdoor sport complex in Forks Township, was named in 1968. Dr. K. Roald Bergethon to head a college in Henniker, N.H.

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Holmes, Larry Holmes, Larry Holmes, Larry Holmes, Larry Homefront

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Human Fly

Jan. 31

1982

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Dec. 19 June 24 June 6 June 27 Dec. 8

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Lafayette College - Metzgar Fieldf

Jan. 4

1982

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May 1

1982

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Lafayette College - Students Lafayette College - Visitors Leh, Andy Lehigh Canal

Feb. 24 Feb. 20 Oct. 10 June 5

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Students protest tuition increase. John Dean III and E. Howard Hunt discuss "Watergate" ten years later" at the college. An account of his coaching carrer in the Nazareth area. Canal boats "star" in a movie being produced by the National Geographic Society. Old smokestack in railroad yard demolished. An account of the preservation of the shrine. History of the time when bell was hidden in Allentown in Zions Reformed Church. The Liberty Bell of Northampton Country was cast in Bethlehem in 1768. Weighing 236 pounds, it was in the cupola of the original To open to the public in the spring. An account of its renovation. An account of the background for the plan for Easton. Allentown to built at Grandview Cemetery, Walbert Avenue and at Straw Circle, Greenwich Township, Warren Co., N.J. at St. Phillips & St. James Cemetery. To mark 125th year with observances. Chartered in 1824. Carried its last commercial traffic around 1920. Abandoned and drained by 1924. "Blue & Gray" movie on CBS TV had Lou Reda of Easton as co-executive producer.

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Lehigh Valley Railroad Liberty Bell Shrine. Allentown, PA

Oct. 29 Aug. 29

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Little Stone House

Jan. 21

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Main Street Program for Easton July 11 Mausoleums Feb. 2

Moravian Historical Society Morris Canal

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Movies

Nov. 14

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Mt. Bethel Township

April 25

1982

Former Mt. Bethel Presbyterian Church now the home of the Slate Belt Historical Society. Acts as the museum for the entire Slate Belt Area. "Allentown" hit song of Billy Joel hit record on his album. At Lehigh University. "Allentown" hit song of Billy Joel hit record on his album. At Lehigh University. Jack Kennedy, resident who is blind tells stories on Radion WSAN from Allentown. History of the community. The new Senior Citizen housing unit named the Oliver C. Border House. Cost $42 million. Colonial Hotel of Nazareth is a 76 year old landmark; Sold and contents auctioned off. New owners to restore building. Race tract to have a National motor speedway along Route 248. Big track ready to operate as a racetrack. Trials to begin Sunday. Nazareth officials clear zoning barrier for Speedway. Miss Rouse opens beauty parlor for the black woman at 415 Northampton St. Shawnee school art students, 9th graders paint wall murals at the home. Now moved to its new quarters at Gracedale.

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Music Music Nazareth, Pa. Nazareth, Pa. Nazareth, Pa.

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Nazareth, Pa.

Nov. 28

1982

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Nazareth, Pa. - Race Track Nazareth, Pa. - Speedway Nazareth, Pa. - Speedway Nazareth, Pa. - Speedway Negroes Northampton Convalescent Center Northampton County Bureau of the Aging Northampton County Farm Bureau Northampton County Motor Club (AAA)

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48 years of service, established in 1934. Located in Easton Express Tatamy. Established in May 22, 1918. Brief history. Easton Express

Nursing Home

July 27

1982

Leader Nursing Rehabilitation Center at 2600 Northampton Street opened on Monday July 26.

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Nursing Home Palmer Township

March 1 July 23

1982 1982

Rockhaven Rest Homess, 800 Northampton St. to Easton Express house 8 elderly persons. Postman honored by neighbors and friends. Louis Easton Express Aranglo, mailman honored on his birthday. Palmer business leaders, officials discuss possible Easton Express library for the township. Campaign begins for funds for the library. Easton Express Library Board to air plans for the Palmer Branch. Easton Express Easton Area School Board opposes the ideas. Supervisors endorse new Library Branch for township. Purchases a $21,850 central alarm console to consolidate the work of its department. Opens branch at 606 Stones Crossing. New zip code is 18043. 612 lock boxes and stamp sales center established. Opens branch at 606 Stones Crossing. New zip code is 18043. 612 lock boxes and stamp sales center established. Opens branch at 606 Stones Crossing. New zip code is 18043. 612 lock boxes and stamp sales center established. Opens branch at 606 Stones Crossing. New zip code is 18043. 612 lock boxes and stamp sales center established. Opens branch at 606 Stones Crossing. New zip code is 18043. 612 lock boxes and stamp sales center established. Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express

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Sept. 2

1982

Pen Argyl, Pa.

Feb. 5

1982

Opens branch at 606 Stones Crossing. New zip code is 18043. 612 lock boxes and stamp sales center established. 10 mail carriers transferred from Easton office to Palmer Branch. Jack Anderson, supervisor for 23 years to resign as December 1983. Winner of TV soap opera contest goes to Hollywood. Charmaine Clayman to go to premiere with star of "Tootsie." New park dedicated in Williams Township called Indian name "Wy-Hit-Tuk" meaning "Great Waters." Located 3 miles south of Easton on Rt. 611. Policeman Glenn Labberte who was charged with voluntary manslaughter in the shooting of a Wind Gap man on Christmas morning will not stand trial. Thomas Edward Bianchi-Lurati was shot & killed when he ignored orders to halt.

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July 28

1982

Superintendent of Pen Argyl School District, Easton Express Russell Roper refuses a raise for next school year. Celebrates 100th anniversary. Celebrates its Centennial. Budweiser Clydesdales horses parade as one of its activities. Easton Express Easton Express

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Phillipsburg, N.J. - Centennial

May 29

1982

Volunteers maintain the Phillipsburg Cemetery on Easton Express Filmore Street. An account of its condition. First Baptist Church has a 10 year celebration in its Easton Express new building at Belvidere Rd. and Red School Lane. Formerly located at 330 South Main St.

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Phillipsburg, N.J. - Historical Zone Pigeons Pinball Arcade Poconos Post Office Post Office - Palmer Twp.

Jan. 6 Nov. 12 Feb. 16 May 16 March 11 March 22

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Town council kills plan for a historical zone. Problem of pigeons in downtown Easton. Easton Zoning Board denies the use of the Surprise Store for the Arcade. History of its early days of hotels and tourists.

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Easton Post Office seeks city approval to demolish Easton Express Hellick building. Post Office to open branch in Palmer Township; Easton Express new zip code is 18043. 612 lock boxes and stamp sales center to be located in the former Colonial Life Insurance buildingat 606 Stones Crossing. Post Office to open branch in Palmer Township; new zip code is 18043. 612 lock boxes and stamp sales center to be located in the former Colonial life Insurance building at 606 Stones Crossing. Easton Express

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July 3

1982

Red Cross Reda, Lou Rock Star Rock Star Rodale Press, Inc.

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First opened in 1970; located on Washington Easton Express Street hill. Cutting of Federal funds forces halfway house to reduce staff and services. Account of the activities of the local chapter. Easton Express Easton's entertainment entrepreneur is cosponsor of Civil War drama for TV. Billy Joe, rock star at Lehigh University. Sings his hit song "Allentown." Billy Joe, rock star at Lehigh University. Sings his hit song "Allentown." Firm slowly recovering from "economic flu." An account of the firm's work. Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express

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Roseto, Pa.

July 21

1982

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July 1

1982

Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Catholic Church to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the 1st immigration of people from the Italian town of Roseto. A fitting memorial to former athletic coach of the Easton High School. Alderman "Mickey" Ryan was alderman of the 1st ward for more than 30 years. Served under 5 mayors. Obit. Thrift store moves from 428 Northampton St. to its new location at 120 S. 3rd St. Local group at directly benefited by the store's sales. New group plans to give LOVE to the elderly in weekly home visits. It has gained support in area schools. Advocated by Dr. Robert Porter, psychologist of Phillipsburg, N.J. He publishes a newsletter, "The Pedestrian Toll Advocate."

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Senior Citizens Sex Education Sidewalk Tolls

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Sieminski, Edward Sieminski, Edward

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May 28

1982

Advertisement appeared in Easton Express as an Easton Express election ad. Advertisement with Tom Jones concerning the Easton Argus Main Street Program causes great concern to City Hall officials. "Days of our Lives" on NBC TV has local person as Easton Express star. Jack Coleman, son of Dr. John Coleman of Lafayette College plays the part of the strangler. Plot of murder of Dr. Marlina Evans upsets fans. Account of its work with animals in the area. Easton Express B'nai Abraham Nursery School located at 16th and Easton Express Bushkill St. Opened in 1978.

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Cantor Morris Segal has led the B'nai Abraham congregation for 40 years. Obituary of Anna Brau. B'nai Abraham Hebrew School Started by Anna Brau. Historic tavern. Is there a future for the building?

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Buffet and preview of movie "Annie" raised funds Easton Express for the local TV station. 400 attened. Placed on the National Register of Historic Places. Easton Express Friends of the State Theater to receive a $20,000 grant. Study to be made by Theater Projects Inc. for rehabilitation of the building. To show the Holmes-Clooney fight on closedcircuit broadcast. James Rankin of Williams Township creates a 21 ft. concrete totem pole. Dig & Chamber of Commerce announces they will merge. New group to be called TRACC or Two Rivers Area Commerce Council of the Eastern Lehigh Valley. 1st 100 days of merger bears out that the plan will be successful. Ginkgo tree on College Hill causes controversy among neighbors. Judge Van Antwerpen rules tree will be spared. Jack Paul, truant officer for the Easton Area School District, gives an account of his work in dealing with the truant student. Easton as possible site was proposed by Hugh Moore Sr. in 1956. Yearly cuts leave some agencies angry. Easton Express

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Aug. 29

1982

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Dec. 19 Oct. 20

1982 1982

Walking Tour

July 10

1982

77 year Slateford bridge is the concern of the Easton Express residents. Brief history of the bridge. Post 1290 honors 10 year old John Cuvo for selling Easton Express poppies and John Basso for placing flags on veterans' graves on Memorial Day. Brochure to be used for the first time on Easton's Easton Express 5th Heritage Day. Prepared by Historic Easton, Inc. Hackettstown, Washington, and Phillipsburg are college centers for the community college. 600 Welfare checks are missing from Phillipsburg Post Office. Authorities concerned. Checks reissued to replace lost ones. Williams Township to build unit. Heikki Eli is the originator of the plan. Members of local group preserve but find recruiting isn't easy. WEEX institutes new program format of 45 consecutive hours of early morning news and information 5A.M. to 9 A.M. Waste-to-fuel plan to be installed by Heikki Eli, the originator of the plan. State cites area for a cancer mortality study. Police chief William Slifer resigns after 23 years on the force. Board votes to dismiss Mrs. Hylda Anderson, 3rd grade teacher. Charges negligence and willful violation of the school code. Elementary students adopt a mascot symbol Wilson Wildcats. Unveils plans for its new building. Unveils plans for its new building. Easton Express

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Jan. 31

1982

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1982

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March 4 Feb. 15 Jan. 21 May 13

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Williams Township Wilson Borough Wilson Borough - Police

Feb. 15

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Wilson Borough School District - Aug. 11, 18 1982 School Board & 19, Sept. 2, 4 Wilson School District - Students May 28 1982 Y.M.C.A. Y.M.C.A. Jan. 31 June 17 1982 1982

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Oct. 23

1982

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April 8 July 28

1982 1983

Ground broken for new building on 36 acres at Easton Express junction of 13th Street, West Lafayette Street and Bushkill Drive. Land donated by Pfizer and Binney & Smith. Elizabeth A. Pearson, teacher and founder of Easton Express Easton's Y.W.C.A. Obit. Federal government drops the "E" from the ABE Easton Express name due to census revisions of the Lehigh Valley. New AARP chapter organized in the Easton Area is named Paxinosa Chapter #3519. Wilson's Lester W. Pfeffer Post #611 has war theme collage on its walls created by Easton artist, Preston Hindmarch. Easton woman, Lillian M. Bracken becomes new head of Lester Pfeffer Post #611 of the American Legion. Amvets Post of Easton presents the Amvets flag to Mayor Mitman at ceremonies in Centre Square. Flag to be flown in square. An account of the life of Victor W. Anckaitis and his fund-raising activities. Obituary of Joseph DeThomas, painted Peace Candle. Joseph DeThomas (died June 4, 1983 at age 81), paintings sold at auction in Wind Gap, PA. Joseph DeThomas (died June 4, 1983 at age 81), paintings sold at auction in Wind Gap, PA. Pep Boys - Sudden closing of store with no previous announcement made. Hubcap Store started in 1976. Easton Express Easton Express

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Sept. 29

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Amvets (Veteran's organization) April 20

1983

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Anckaitis, Victor W. Artists Artists

Jan. 8 June 6 Nov. 17

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Artists

Nov. 20

1983

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Automobile Agencies Automobile Agencies

April 12 Feb. 26

1983 1983

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Automobiles

Nov. 20

1983

Balloons

Aug. 7

1983

Owner of an electric car in Palmer Township - Paul Easton Express Macher of Mine Lane Road designed car to ride at 45 mph. Motorists on I-78 in Hunterdon County, NJ startled Easton Express to see replica of Forbes-Chateau flying overhead. Marked the final flight of the 3-day Northeast Regional Balloon Championship at the Union 76 Truck Stop in Bloomsbury, NJ. Balloon championship held at 76 Truck Stop in Easton Express Bloomsbury, NJ. Motorists on I-78 in Hunterdon County, NJ startled Easton Express to see replica of Forbes-Chateau flying overhead. Marked the final flight of the 3-day Northeast Regional Balloon Championship at the Union 76 Truck Stop in Bloomsbury, NJ. Statue of Donald Jones, founder of Bangor to be rededicated. New location of statue to be at Broadway and Main Sts. Statue of Donald Jones, founder of Bangor to be rededicated. New location of statue will be at Broadway & Main Sts. Bangor Council offers a low-interest loan program as an incentive for renovations. Merchants spruce up storefronts. 9th grader wins logo contest for the East Bangor 1984 Centennial. Colonial Hotel renovated by new owners. A brief history. Lehigh Professor is finalist for "Professor of the Year". Lehigh Professor is finalist for "Professor of the Year". Easton Express

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Balloons Balloons

Aug. 7 Aug. 8

1983 1983

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Bangor

July 31

1983

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Bangor, PA

July 26

1983

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Bangor, PA - Businesses

June 17

1983

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Bangor, PA - Centennial Bangor, PA - Hotels, Taverns. Beidler, Dr. Paul. Beidler, Dr. Paul.

Feb. 17 June 13 July 26, 1983. June 26, 1983.

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Beidler, Dr. Peter

July 26

1983

Lehigh professor, Dr. Peter Beidler is a finalist for the "Professor of the Year" award. Lehigh professor, Dr. Peter Beidler is a finalist for the "Professor of the Year" award. Awarded the Lucy C. Moser Distinguished Professor of English at Lehigh University. An account of his system of teaching. Awarded the Lucy C. Moser Distinguished Professor of English at Lehigh University. An account of his system of teaching. Lily Yost, also known as Jade, is from Plainfield Township. An account of her training and performance. Dr. C. E. Chaffee, former Superindendant of Bethlehem schools. Obit. Globe Theater razed after fire. Brief history. Globe Theater razed after fire. Brief history. 8-mile biketrail established for Palmer and Bethlehem Townships is formally dedicated. Endurance contest ends in tie. Promoter was Harold G. Fulmer III, owner of Radio Station WSAN, cosponsor with Jerry Gaffrey. Winners are Michael MacKay and Ronald Kistler. Each receive a new home. Celebrated in Centre Square Nameless girl who had been murdered is buried in the Cedar Ridge Cemetery. Name given to her was Princess Doe. Nameless girl who had been murdered is buried in the Cedar Ridge Cemetery. Name given to her was Princess Doe.

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Beidler, Dr. Peter G.

June 26

1983

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Belly Dancer

1983

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Bethlehem, PA - Education Bethlehem, PA - Theaters Bethlehem, PA - Theaters Bicycles - Biketrail

June 13 Aug. 15 Aug. 17 April 24

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Billboards

May 20

1983

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Black Heritage Day Blairstown, NJ

June 19 Jan. 18

1983 1983

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Blairstown, NJ

Jan. 23

1983

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Bocce Books

Aug. 20 Jan. 12

1983 1983

Boy Scouts Braden's Flying Service Bridges, Delaware Bridges, Delaware Bridges, Delaware Bridges, Delaware

Nov. 5 Feb. 26 Aug. 22 Aug. 26 Aug. 29 Jan. 17

1983 1983 1983 1983 1983 1983

Italian game played by men of the Italian Club in Alpha, NJ Karyl Kibler Hall and Peter Dobkin Hall are authors of a new book on the history of the Lehigh Valley called "Lehigh Valley." Sale price $24.95. Illustrated. J. Harvey Kellow of Pen Argyl honored for his 71 years in scouting. Braden's Flying Service Milford-Upper Black Eddy Bridge dedicated. History. Souvenir Edition. Dedication of Milford Bridge scheduled just 50 years late. Brief history. Milford-Upper Black Eddy Bridge dedicated History of Delaware River Toll Bridge recalled by ex-toll collector Walter Macaulay of Phillipsburg. Located in Washington Township, Warren County, NJ Lamoist Buddhist Monastery to celebrate its 25th anniversary. LANTA asks its riders to donate nonperishable food items during one week. Food to be distributed to the needy. Riders who donate ride at a reduced fare. Pictures and short description of the park Owners of building willing to stay in Easton. To rent building as offices. Second National Bank of Nazareth opens branch in Forks Township at 1512 Sullivan Trail (Rt,115) Fairview Savings and Loan Association of Wilson to merge with Citizens Savings Association of Scranton. 198 years of continued service in Easton.

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Buddhists

Aug. 21

1983

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Bus Transportation

March 30

1983

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Bushkill Park Business - Alpha Building Business - Banks

Aug. 11 Dec. 3 Dec. 23

1983 1983 1983

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Business - Banks

Jan. 14

1983

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Business - Bixler's

Feb. 26

1983

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Business - Candy

April 19

1983

Business - Candy Business - Carpets Business - Chemical Industry

Oct. 1 Feb. 26 Jan. 14

1983 1983 1983

Chocolate Cornucopia opens at 100 Northampton Easton Express St. (former Ralph Furniture Store). An account of the business. Chocolate Cornucopia, an account of the business. Easton Express ABE Carpet Cleaning came to Easton in 1979. Certified Chemical Company- founded in 1953 founder and former president Walter S. Culpepper III. Obituary. Wetmore, Dr. Stephen R. Obituary. Vasyle Reshetyle family make and sell pierogies. Conduct the family business in the Mohican Market Place. Best Market purchased for $50,000 by Friends of the State Theater. Group has future plans for the site. Joe's Market, 235 Northampton St. Friends of the StateTheater agree to buy Best Market for a parking lot. Brief account of the former possibilities for the use of the vacant building. Best Market façade tumbles to street. Building neglected and now deteriorating. Former Hillcrest Mall A & P store reopens under new name - Super Fresh Market. General Aniline & Film Corporation building on South Side to be used by Sterling Knitting Mills, Inc. of Brooklyn, N. Y. D & S Flooring, 228 Northampton Street. Easton Express Easton Express

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Business - Doctors Business - Food Industry

Dec. 28 Jan. 9

1983 1983

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Business - Food Stores

Dec. 10

1983

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Business - Food Stores Business - Food Stores

Feb. 26 Jan. 19

1983 1983

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Business - Food Stores Business - Food Stores Business - General Aniline

June 14 May 18

1983 1983

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Feb. Huh? 1983

Business - Home Furninshings

Feb. 26

1983

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Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc.

Jan. 12

1983

Mountain House in Delaware Water Gap with a Easton Express history of 112 years of hotel service sold by Hauser familyu at cost of $100,000. New owners are Frank & Yolanda Brown. Brief history. American Life Insurance Company in Easton since 1947. Brief history. John Goldsmith practiced 52 years in family's 100year-old firm Eisenhardt Mills has tradition carved steep in its work. An account of its work. No description. Ken Brader's downtown Easton music store & studio in business for 51 years. Anna Kress Mitchell, age 82, noted as a piano instructor and chorus director in Pen Argyl. Easton Express Express Express Express Express Express

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Business - Insurance Business - Lawyers Business - Lumber trade Business - Mack Printing Co. Business - Music & Musicians Business - Music & Musicians

Feb. 26 Sept. 4 July 24 Feb. 265 Huh? Feb. 26 June 4

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Business - Music & Musicians

March 30

1983

Business - Music & Musicians

May 21

1983

Fred M. Waring honored at Monroe County Express Courthouse, Stroudsburg, PA. An oil painting placed in the corridor of the building. Portrait painted by Robert Doney. Musical Arts Chorus dedicated its spring program Express to its long-time pianist, Anna Kress Mitchell. Nazareth honors its "Music Man" Augustine C. Express Weinhifer Charles Porrello has directed the Triple City Band Express since 1937. He is to be honored, an account of his work. Orr's to open a store in Flemington, NJ Express A & D Tile & Paint-up Store in business since 1968 Express

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Business - Music & Musicians Business - Music & Musicians

Oct. 1 Oct. 8

1983 1983

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Business - Orr's Department Store Business - Paint Industry & Trade

Dec. 3 Feb. 28

1983 1983

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Business - Photography Business - Printing Business - Printing Business - Real Estate Business - Real Estate Business - Roofing Trade Business - Silk Industry

Jan. 29 Feb. 26 Feb. 26 Feb. 26 Feb. 26 Feb. 26 Jan. 14

1983 1983 1983 1983 1983 1983 1983

Hillcrest Camera Club - an account of its members and its goal D & J Printing Service Inc. opened in 1973 at North 4th and Spring Garden Streets. Easton Printing Company celebrates 69th year, founded August 1, 1914. Paul Ford Realtor established in 1910; a family business. Bealer-Jacowitz, Inc., located at 137 N. 2nd Street

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Business - Travel Agencies Businesses - Easton Camp Moll Camp Moll Canal Festival Canal Museum Candle (Centre Square) Candle (Centre Square) Candle (Centre Square)

Feb. 26 Aug. 25 Aug. 13 Aug. 14 June 26 March 20 Dec. 7 Dec. 8 March 13

1983 1983 1983 1983 1983 1983 1983 1983 1983

R. S. Hahn & Sons, Inc. sheet metal fabricating firm Express is 80 years in business McGinley Mills (Phillipsburg, NJ firm) converted to Express the manufacture of acetate satin ribbon. An account of its work. All World Travel Agency opened at ABE Airport Express Well-Done Car Wash, 3rd & Bushkill Street now opened by the Stem Family. A brief account of it's origin and it's work for the retarded children of the area. A brief account of it's origin and it's work for the retarded children of the area. account and pictures of the day's activities at the Canal in Hugh Moore Parkway Account of the recent improvements and the work of the Museum. Winds tilt the peace candle Winds tilt the peace candle 85-foot steel and fiberglass encasement over the Civil War statue adorns the circle each Christmas season. An account of the controversy on the candle's use and beauty. Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express Express Express Express

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Candle (Centre Square)

Nov. 20

1983

Canes Carousels (Merry-go-rounds) Cartoons

Oct.3 Dec. 19 Jan. 11

1983 1983 1983

Centre Square Churches

June 21 June 18

1983 1983

Painting of peace candle by artist Joseph DeThomas sold at auction in Wind Gap for $800. Purchased by Dorothy M. Stem, 565 Williams St., Easton, PA Donald Emele, Sr. of Pohatcong Township makes walking canes. An account of its history with some mention of Bushkill Park Three Phillipsburg men (Richard & Joseph Cook and David McNamee) manufacture a cartoon character called "Sensables." West wall on Square struck for the second time by a motorist 3 more churches donate money in lieu of taxes. First United Methodist Church, $300, Cavalry Methodist, $100, First Church of Christ, $100.

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Churches - Nazarene Churches - Reformed

Oct. 10 June 11

1983 1983

Church of the Nazarene holds an old-fashioned Express day Rev. Frederick Shafer, pastor of St. Peter's United Express Church of Christ, South Easton, retires. St. Marks United Church of Christ agrees to help Express city of Easton's financial troubles by donating $300. First of the many tax-exempt institutions to respond to the City's appeal for payment in lieu of taxes. St. John's Lutheran Church maintains Drop-InEaston Express Center. An account. Scheirer's Carpets & Clocks. Renovation of store and the erection of clock in front of store at 1614 Washington Street. Second-hand clothing store opens in Palmer Express-Times Township at 481 South Nulton Avenue.

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Churches - Reformed

March 23

1983

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Churches - St. John's Lutheran Clocks

Oct. 30 March 16

1983 1983

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Clothing Stores

April 30

1983

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Clothing Stores

March 2

1983

Horn's Fashions, Inc. Store files for bankruptcy. Express-Times Had stores in New Jersey and PA. Easton store on Northampton Street not affected. Country Miss, Inc., Express-Times founded in 1961. Plant in Forks Township. German singing club has its 100th anniversary. An Easton Express account of its origin. Brief history of the Easton Lodge Easton Express An account of the men's senior citizens group Easton Express

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Clothing Trade

Feb. 26

1983 1983 1983 1983 1983

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Clubs - Concordia Maennerchor April 23 Clubs - Elks Clubs - MORA Dancing June 25 Jan. 16 June 11

Dancing

June 11

1983

Daughters of American Revolution. George Taylor Chapter Deborah Heart & Lung Center Delaware River

June 11

1983

Lilly Yost native of Plainfield Township, also called Easton Express "Jade" is a bellydancer. An account of her dancing and training. Lilly Yost, native of Plainfield Township, also called Express "Jade" is a belly dancer. An account of her dancing and training. Dancing, Lilly Yost native of Plainfield Township, Easton Express also called "Jade" is a bellydancer. An account of her dancing and training. Account of the Brown Mills, NJ, center's work Express

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Feb. 25 May 31

1983 1983

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Easton Chapter of Red Cross plans a fundraising by Express event of getting your "Derriere in the Delaware," July 24, 11 am to 3 pm. Delaware Water Gap Hotel, a landmark since 1870 Express in the Hauser family, known as "The Mountain House" sold.

Delaware Water Gap

Feb. 23

1983

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Dixie Cup Co.

Aug. 18

1983

Dixie Cup Co.

Aug. 3

1983

New owner of building -- Wilsonpark Ltd. Had the Easton Express large Dixie Cup on the roof of the building boxed. It was a landmark for the area for years. Now no longer visible. James River/Dixie-Northern Division donated the Easton Express building (Wilson plant) to the St. John of Rila Eastern Orthodox Monastery in Setauket, Long Island. They in turn sold building for 250,000 to Wilsonpark Ltd. Total of 11 acres. New owner of building -- Wilsonpark Lts. Had the Easton Express large Dixie Cup on the roof of the building boxed. It was a landmark for the area for years. Now no longer visible. Company now known as James River-Dixie Easton Express Northern. Firm donated plant in Wilson to a Long Island Monastery who in turn sold it to a Philadelphia corporation (Wilson park Ltd.) for 250,000. Wilson Borough residents upset. Company now known as James River-Dixie Easton Express Northern. Firm donated plant in Wilson to a Long Island Monastery who in turn sold it to a Philadelphia corporation (Wilson park Ltd.) for 250,000. Wilson Borough residents upset. Company now known as James River-Dixie Easton Express Northern. Firm donated plant in Wilson to a Long Island Monastery who in turn sold it to a Philadelphia corporation (Wilson park Ltd.) for 250,000. Wilson Borough residents upset.

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Dixie Cup Co.

Aug. 9

1983

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Dixie Cup Co.

July 25

1983

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Dixie Cup Co.

July 26

1983

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Dixie Cup Co.

July 27

1983

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Dixie Cup Co.

July 28

1983

Company now known as James River-Dixie Easton Express Northern. Firm donated plant in Wilson to a Long Island Monastery who in turn sold it to a Philadelphia corporation (Wilson park Ltd.) for 250,000. Wilson Borough residents upset. Obituary of Dr. Anthony J. Sparta, obstetrician for Easton Express 50 years. Dr. John A. Freunfelder, physician of Nazareth for Easton Express 50 years retires. Obituary of Dr. Ctte Jordan, retired dermatologist. Easton Express Planning new rides, renovations. Plans to celebrate its 100th anniversary in 1984. Brief account of fire on Sept. 28. Fire destroys portion of the park. Brief history. Hogar CREA opens an office in Easton in the Northampton County Juvenile Detention Center on Ferry St. An account of is work. Old delapidated homes to be sold for one dollar. Plan for the renewable of these homes. Demolition of properties in the 400 block of Bushkill street. The cost will be $74,000. School Board's concern for library is genuine. TRACC hopes meeting will cool Palmer Library disputes. Letter to the editor Gets preservation grant-will be used to acclimatize the marx room. Palmer library issue should be a voter choice. Express

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Doctors Doctors Doctors Dorney Park

16 May June 4 Oct. 23 Nov. 28

1983 1983 1983 1983

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Dorney Park Drug Centers

Sept. 29 Nov. 23

1983 1983

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Easton - Old Home Program

Feb. 17

1983

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Easton , City of - Streets Easton Area Public Library Easton Area Public Library Easton Area Public Library Easton Area Public Library Easton Area Public Library

July 28 Dec. 1 Dec. 28 Dec. 30 Dec. 7 Oct. 14

1983 1983 1983 1983 1983 1983

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Easton Area Public Library Easton Area Public Library Easton Area Public Library Easton Area Public Library Easton Area Public Library Items on the establishment of the Palmer branch. Easton Area School Board Easton Express

Oct. 18 Oct. 26 Oct. 28 Oct. 28 Oct.19

1983 1983 1983 1983 1983

Fuller says Dawes should quit post in library dispute. Library gets federal grant School district support of library is best Voters in Palmer should get voice on both the mall and library. Library director updates status of Palmer Project Palmer taxpayers had no say on "memorial" library project Balance in library board proposed. Jim Shelly reminisces about his early days at newspaper cub reporter at the Easton Express. Reporter Jim Shelly reminisces about his early days at the newspaper as a cub reporter. An Association formed by local citizens to preserve the structure at 2nd & Northampton streets. Brief History. Northampton county council voted 6-2 against giving to Easton Hospital, St. Lukes Hospital and Big brothers and Big sisters of the Lehigh Valley any financial grants. Junior auxiliary has annual Chrystal Ball,and an account of the activities of the organization.

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Nov. 15 Oct. 9

1983 1983

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Oct. 9

1983

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Easton Historic Tavern

Oct. 26

1983

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Easton Hospital

Feb. 4

1983

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Easton Hospital

Jan. 20

1983

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Easton Hospital - staff

Nov.20

1983

Easton House Tavern Easton- Main street program

June 18 July 2

1983 1983

Now retiring administrator, H. Donal Hamilton, Easton Express served the hospital for 25 years. An account of his work. Preservation group to buy landmark. Easton Express Easton - main street program adding up to Easton Express success.

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Easton Public Library Easton Public Library Easton Public Library Easton Public Library Easton Public Library Easton Public Library Easton Public Library Easton Public Library Easton Public Library Easton Redevelopment Authority Easton Tavern Easton Tavern Easton, City of - Streets Easton, Pa. - Taxation

Dec. 13 Dec. 13 Dec. 21 Nov. 22 Nov. 30 Nov. 30 Nov. 4 Oct. 10 Oct. 12 Dec. 18

1983 1983 1983 1983 1983 1983 1983 1983 1983 1983

Palmer supervisors formally agree by 4-1 vote to take over project of branch library. School Board reasserts stand on library talks. Librarary director gets terms of Pa. grant for new branch . Palmer sees same tax despite library costs Library Director expects project to continue. School Board will oppose library grant. Letter to Editor School Board cuts library funds. Palmer Township library remains a sore spot. More than 2 million on loans sprucing up city. An account of the loans given to individuals. Corporation (non-Profit) formed to negotiate the building. Will the town's oldest building become a tourist attraction? Demolition of properties in the 400 block of Bushkill street. St. Marks United Church of Christ, Easton, Pa. agrees to help city's financial troubles by donating 300 dollars. They are the first of the many tax exempt institutions to respond the city's appeal for payment in lieu of taxes. School board gets views on library cutoff. Teacher and correspondent for the Easton Express. Native of Bangor. Obit. Liberty Village - a colonial shopping plaza.

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1983 1983 1983 1983

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EastonArea Public Library Farace, Josephine M.

Oct.25 Oct. 23

1983 1983 1983

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Flemington, N.J. - Liberty Village Jan. 2

Food Bank

Jan. 22

1983

Project sponsored by Easton Area Council of Churches. Account of its work and its volunteers.

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Forks Township Forks Township

Dec. 16 Oct. 28

1983 1983

Supervisors vote to accept land as donated by Mr. Easton Express & Mrs. George Gollub. Forks Recreation Board studies offer of 25 acres Easton Express for park site; gift of Mr. & Mrs. George Gollub. A 25 acre tract overlooking Delaware River Easton Express donated to Forks Township by George & Dorothy Gollub. County to increase allowable asset for admittance Easton Express from 5,000 to 10,000. A survivor in a changing rural area. An account of Easton Express its work in the Northampton County Area. Upper Mt. Bethel Township police used photographs of gun permit holders in a criminal lineup to identify suspects. Freddy Di Gloria, Easton hairdresser collects combs and displays them in his business place. Buttons to be sold for 1.00. Money to be used for the day's programs. Quits world boxing council heavy weight in favor of 3rd boxing group. Larry Holmes Sportswear Store. To receive 1983 American Black Achievement Award. Dan Rather interviews Champion boxer on TV "60 Minutes." Dan Rather interviews Champion boxer on TV "60 Minutes." Easton Express

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Forks Township - Parks

July 14

1983

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Gracedale Grange

July 13 March 13

1983 1983

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Gun Permits

Jan. 5

1983

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Hair - Combs

Jan. 8

1983

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Heritage Day Holmes, Larry Holmes, Larry Holmes, Larry Holmes, Larry Holmes, Larry

June 24 Dec. 2 Feb. 26 Jan. 13 June 4 June 7

1983 1983 1983 1983 1983 1983

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Holmes, Larry Holmes, Larry Holmes, Larry Holmes, Larry Hope, Bob Jackstown Fair King, Dr. Martin Luther

May 17 Nov. 21 Nov. 27 Oct. 12 April 16 Aug. 6 Jan. 14

1983 1983 1983 1983 1983 1983 1983

Billboard erected along Rt. 22 near 25th Street sponsored by TRAC Council. Plugs Easton on TV program - "60 Minutes." Serious about quitting - now in semi-retirement. Sportswear store moves to Pohatcong Township at his Commodore Inn on Rt. 22. Appeared at Lehigh University, Stabler Arena. A tradition unchanged for 18 years. Held at Wind Ridge, Pa. Daughter Yolanda King to speak at Lehigh University on February 3. Topic is on the theater. Obituary of Finley Smith, Professor of Electrical Engineering The Pi Lambda Phi fraternity house at 510 Cattell Street is an eyesore to the area. City to declare it a public nuisance. Relationship of its students to the town Lafayette gets national exposure on tv program "Too Close for Comfort." Actor Ted Knight wears a sweatshirt with Lafayette identification. Virtuoso Isaac Stern speaks at Lafayette College. Portion of I-80 in Warren County, NJ, to be renamed in honor of slain State Trooper. EPA official investigates the Chrin landfill in Williams Township. Memories of the town they tore down.

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Lafayette College - Faculty Lafayette College - Fraternities

Dec. 27 June 22

1983 1983

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Lafayette College - Students Lafayette College - TV

April 19 Jan. 3

1983 1983

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Lafayette College - Visitors Lamonaco, Philip Landfills, Sanitary Lebanese - Easton, PA

Nov. 30 Sept. 23 April 22 Jan. 3

1983 1983 1983 1983

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Lebanese - Easton, PA

Jan. 3

1983

Lebanese - Easton, PA

Jan. 4

1983

Liebermann, Shirley Correll Liebermann, Shirley Correll Lithuanians

July 11 July 17 Feb. 17

1983 1983 1983

Easton's "Lebanese Town" is now a state of mind. With redevelopment, the Lebanese family area of South 4th Street and Lehigh Street no longer exists. Easton's "Lebanese Town" is now a state of mind. With redevelopment, the area of Lebanese families of South 4th Street and Lehigh Street no longer exists. Obituary and appreciation of her work in the Easton community. Obituary and appreciation of her work in the Easton community. Easton Lithuanian community raised homeland flag in Centre Square to mark 65th anniversary of the Lithuanians' declaration of independence from the Soviet Union. An account of the local cave Established a historical society. To be known as the Hunter-Martin Settlement Museum.

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Lost River Caverns, Hellertown, July 17 PA Martin's Creek April 27

1983 1983

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Martin's Creek McDonald, Larry

May 1 Sept. 2

1983 1983

To preserve old school house. Easton Express U.S. Representative, who was lost on Korean Easton Express jetliner shot down by Soviets - spoke in Easton on 15 July 1983 - was main speaker at the Stop Aid & Trade Committee of the Lehigh Valley. To establish a fitness center with equipment for basic exercises. Outgoing mayor assesses his tenure as Easton's mayor. Song "I'm Going Back to Easton," by Pay Joyce. Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express

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Meuser Park Mitman, Philip Music

Dec. 21 Dec. 15 Jan. 10

1983 1983 1983

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Music Musical Arts Chorus Nazareth, Pa. Nazareth, Pa. - Historic District Nazareth, Pa. - Historic District Nazareth, Pa. - Homes

Jan. 28 May 21 Jan. 5 Aug. 26 Sept. 11 April 25

1983 1983 1983 1983 1983 1983

Nazareth, Pa. - Music Nazareth, Pa. - Musicians Neighborhood Associations

Oct. 1 Nov. 20 Oct. 2

1983 1983 1983

New Jersey - Highways

Sept. 23

1983

Magazine "Sing Out" to be revived by local man Mark Ross and Geoff Eilenberg. Dedicated its spring concert to Anna Kress Mitchess, long-time pianist for the group. The YMCA getting a new lease on life due to director Rick Loomis. To have a historic district. Residents want to preserve town's history. To have a historic district. Residents want to preserve town's history. The Oliver C. Border house for senior citizens dedicated. 75 unit building at Center and Wood Streets. Town honors Augustine C. Weinhofer, their "Music Man." Augustine Weinhofer, age 69, known as the "Music Man" of Nazareth. Obit. 4th Street residents organize to clean up and make downtown Easton more comfortable for persons to shop. Portion of I-80 in Warren County to be renamed in honor of officer Philip Lamonaco.

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Newspapers

March 27

1983

North. Co. Hist. Society

Oct. 10

1983

John Curley (son of the late John J. Curles, former Easton Express Easton teacher) is editor of a new newspaper, U.S.A. Today. Holds open house to celebrate its 150th Easton Express anniversary of the building of the Mixsell house. Brief account of its business. Easton Express

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Northampton Memorial Shrine Feb. 24

1983

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PAL

March 25

1983

Easton Health Board urged to demolish PAL Easton Express building on South 6th Street; used to be the Jewish Synagogue before being used by recreation building. Sale of property has not materialized. Nearly 10 years of service. Palmer Township Library. Campaign begins for funds for the library. Despite criticism, Palmer paves way for its library in Spring. Collectors of meter money by individuals has bilked the city of $250,000. Money was collected & counted and deposited at Easton National Bank and Trust Company. FBI called in to investigate. Elegant summer retreat at turn of the century. Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express

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Palmer Park Mall Palmer Township - Library Palmer Township - Library Palmer Township - Library Parking Meters

Feb. 26 Feb. 10 Feb. 8 July 7

1983 1983 1983 1983

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Sept. 6 & 7 1983

Paxinosa Inn Pen Argyl, Pa.

Aug. 8 June 21

1983 1983

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A giant slate slab erected at Weona Park. It to be a Easton Express marker set up by Borough's Centennial Group. Deborah Heart& Lung Center. An account of the Center's work. Hess, Diana. Phillipsburg resident dies in East Africa while serving in Peace Corps. Union Square Hotel to receive a face lift. Brief history. Administration has new policy on the searching of students' lockers. Howell House oldest building in Warren County. Built in 1730 dismantled by its owner, the J.T. Baker Chemical Co. 60th anniversary dinner has columnist, Richard Reeves as speaker. He was formerly of Phillipsburg. Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express

People, Famous visit in Easton Phillipsburg, N.J. Phillipsburg, N.J. Phillipsburg, N.J. - Education Phillipsburg, N.J. - Historic Buildings Phillipsburg, N.J. - Library

Feb. 25 Aug. 30 Sept. 25 Sept. 8 May 10

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April 15

1983

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Phillipsburg, N.J. - Post Office Phillipsburg, N.J. - Streets

Nov. 14

1983 1983 1983 1983

50 years hasn't hurt the charm of the building.

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June 16, 17, 18, 19 Phillipsburg, N.J. - Streets June 21 Phillipsburg, N.J. - Water Supply Aug. 11

Tavern at 343 Thomas Street collapses into a Easton Express sinkhole. Second sinkhole on Thomas St. Easton Express Oldest operational steam pump in the eastern U.S. Easton Express gave its final performance after 70 years of service of supplying water from the Delaware River to Phillipsburg and surrounding area. Still rule the roost in downtown Easton. May be lured from roofs with a 100 dollar offer special traps. May be lured from roofs with a 100 dollar offer special traps. Teel School on Kesslerville Road restored by Kathy and Steve Unge. A group of women from Phillipsburg, N.J. (all members of Court Warren #389 Catholic Daughters of America) entertain with their humurous performances. Teacher of music at Lafayette College still continues his work with the Musical Arts Chorus. Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express

Pigeons Pigeons Pigeons Plainfield Township Restoration Playmates

Dec. 18 Jan. 26 Jan. 27 Nov. 13 July 25

1983 1983 1983 1983 1983

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Raymond, John

Feb. 5

1983

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Registration

Dec. 16

1983

Richards, General George H. Riegelsville, Pa. - Hotels

July 2 Feb. 26

1983 1983

About 250 persons signed as voters with the Easton Express Consumer Party. They thought they were registering as a protest against high taxes and for lower utility rates. District Attorney looking into the matter. 92 year old Easton native addresses the Easton Easton Express Area High School students. Hotel: former owner was Benjamin Riegel, built in Easton Express 1837. Present owners Fran & Harry Cregar, Jr.

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Roseto, Pa.

May 21

1983

Roseto, Pa.

Sept. 26

1983

American Legion Post of the town erect Easton Express monument honoring veterans of Vietnam & Korea. Placed near municipal building alond side of W.W.I & W.W.II memorials. Couple of Bethlehem, Pa., Augustine & Katharine Easton Express Sebastionelli visit Roseto, Italy roots of many Italians from Roseto, Pa. Takes greetings to native home of many families of Roseto, Pa. Opens a soup kitchen. A brief history of Andover Furnace, Andover Township, Sussex County, NJ. B'nai Abraham Nursery School located at 16th and Bushkill. Opened in 1978. Account of various early theaters of Easton. Organized July 1982. Visited Easton and Bethlehem area. Snow storm of Feb. 12-14 became the blizzard of 1983. To close this Fall when new building at 13th and Bushkill Street opens. Possible buyer for downtown site. Owen Kugel of Lancaster, Pa. has taken a 30 day option to buy the building. Has antique auction to benefit the organization. Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express

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Salvation Army Sussex County, NJ - Andover Furnace Synagogues - B'nai Abraham Theaters TRACC Washington, George Weather - Snow Y.M.C.A.

Feb. 14 Sept. 16 Feb. 26 Jan. 22 Feb. 26 Feb. 21 Feb. 15 Feb. 10

1983 1983 1983 1983 1983 1983 1983 1983

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Y.M.C.A. Y.M.C.A. Actors and Actresses

Feb. 18 Jan. 20 April 23

1983 1983 1984

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Jack Coleman, son of Professor John L. Coleman of Easton Express Easton stars in the TV series "Dynasty" and others. Also "Days of Our Lifes." Jack Coleman, son of Prof. John L. Coleman of Easton Express Easton stars in the TV series "Dynasty" and others. Also "Days of our Lives" illus.

Actors and Actresses

April 23

1984

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Allentown, PA - Newspapers

July 31

1984

American Legion

April 18

1984

Amish

July 15

1984

Anthony, Grace

Oct. 27

1984

Allentown newspaper, the Allentown CallChronicle sold to Times Mirror Co. of Los angeles, CA for $108 million. Students of Northampton County Vocational School do masonry work on new Brown and Lynch Post home. Account of the new facilities in Palmer Township. Lancaster Amish now vendors at Collectors Corner Farmer's Market at 17th and Washington Streets in Wilson Borough. Memorial services at Easton's Senior Citizens Center. An account of her activities. William Christman, Union soldier from Easton to be first person buried in Arlington National Cemetery, died May 11, 1864. Tim Hare relocates his studio from New York City to downtown Easton. Has exhibition of his works at his home, 232 Bushkill St. Signs of former automotive sales store, Pep Boys, removed. To be location of bowling alley Heritage Lanes. Burd Brothers Motor Company - History. Deichman-Walker Automobile Agency. Easton Buick - automobile dealer. Pep Boys Store (former) located on South 3rd Street sold to Hugo Piagesi. To be home of Easton Sports & Trophy Center, a bowling alley, bar & restaurant. Bady's Grove, located at 1511A Jacobsburg Road, Wind Gap, PA. Location for indoor and outdoor clambakes.

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Arlington National Cemetery (VA) Artists

Aug. 13

1984

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May 6

1984

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Automobile Agencies

Aug. 10

1984

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Automobile Agencies Automobile Agencies Automobile Agencies Automobile Agencies

Feb. 25 Feb. 25 Feb. 25 Jan. 10

1984 1984 1984 1984

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Bady's Grove

Feb. 25

1984

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Bangor, PA - Clocks

Aug. 25

1984

Bangor man, Christopher Cotturo, wants old town Easton Express clock marked as an historical landmark. Colonial Hotel renovation reclaims pride of Bangor. Restoration of 78 year old Colonial Hotel by William and Anna Yoast, who are new owners. Easton Express Easton Express

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Feb. 19 June 14, 1984. Feb. 26 Dec. 3 Sept. 9

1984 1984

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Berman, Philip Bomber (B-17) Bowling

1984 1984 1984

An account of his life and art collection. Easton Express Bomber known as "Miss Lehigh Valley" is on Express display at ABE airport. An account of the building of lanes in Heritage Express Lanes, located on South Third Street (formerly Pap Boys Store) by Charlie Starcher. Reopened after Penn-DOT repairs to unsafe foundation of 15-year-old bridge. Closed for emergency repairs Riegelsville Bridge built in 1904. Historic value of bridge with its wooden deck debatable with steel replacement. Has open house to note its 20th anniversary. Helps mentally and physically handicapped people to increase their skills and self-assurance. LANTA bus stop signs erected on downtown streets Valley Federal Savings and Loan Association has approval to offer stock subscriptions. Easton National Bank & Trust Co. to pay city for meter losses. Hallmark Cards, Inc. sends a 6 ft. greeting card to firm. Takeover of Binney & Smith by Hallmark. Express Express Express

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Bridges - Glendon Bridges - Glendon Bridges, Delaware

Aug. 16 March 3 April 27

1984 1984 1984

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Burnley Workshop of the Poconos, Inc.

June 23

1984

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Bus Transportation Business - Banks Business - Banks Business - Binney & Smith Business - Binney & Smith

Aug. 1 Aug. 24 March 15 Aug. 11 Aug. 9

1984 1984 1984 1984 1984

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Business - binney & Smith Business - Bixler's Business - Bookstores Business - Breweries

June 12 April 22 Feb. 24 April 15

1984 1984 1984 1984

Business - Bridal Gowns

May 1

1984

Business - Candy Business - Doctors

Feb. 25 Aug. 6

1984 1984

Business - Doctors Business - Doctors Business - Doctors

Feb. 25 Jan. 15 July 9

1984 1984 1984

Agrees to be sold to Hallmark Cards, Inc. Former Mayor Philip B. Mitman is glad he is back in the family business. Hackman's Bible Bookstore. Stroh plant (formerly Schaefer Brewery) at Fogelsville show process of beer-making at its plant. Ye Olde Kustom Korner opened at 525 Northampton St. Special is prom gowns and wedding dresses. Callie's Candy Kitchen, Bangor, Pa. Dr. Frederick W. Ward retires after 40 years in Easton. His receptionist, Bertwina E. Straub retires also. Podiatrist Dr. George Nasser gives an account of the work of his profession. Norris, Dr. Joseph. Practiced for 30 years in Easton. Obituary. Dr. Donald Willard, opthamologist, performs a corneal transplant on Egyptian boy. Posey Peddler. Flynn's Catering Service. Dunkin' Donuts. Grant Runyon, Jr. funeral director in Easton. Obituary. Ashton Funeral Home. Brief history. Durham Mills purchased by International Paper Company. Located in both the Riegelsville Borough and Durham Township. Obituary of John DiGiacomo, county solicitor Obituary of Justin D. Jirolano of Bethlehem, PA

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Business - Florists Business - Food Industry Business - Food Stores Business - Funeral Homes Business - Funeral Homes Business - Iron Industry

Feb. 24 Feb. 25 Feb. 25 April 27 Feb. 25 Oct. 25

1984 1984 1984 1984 1984 1984

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Business - Lawyers Business - Lawyers

May 12 Oct. 26

1984 1984

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Business - Lumber Trade Business - Music & Musicians Business - Music & Musicians Business - Music & Musicians Business - Music & Musicians Business - Music & Musicians Business - Music & Musicians

Feb. 25 Aug. 2 Aug. 28 Dec. 7 July 29 July 30 July 31

1984 1984 1984 1984 1984 1984 1984

Eisenhardt Mills Express Public memorial services held at East Stroudsburg Express University for Fred Waring. Fred Waring's wife Virginia gets bulk of his estate Express Obituary of Reveckam S. Beam, teacher, vocalist and patron of the arts Bandleader Fred Waring suffered a "massive" stroke Obituary of bandleader Fred Waring Red Mascari, song writer, is trying once more to persuade State of New Jersey to adopt a song he wrote 24 years ago entitled "I'm from New Jersey." Bandleader Fred Waring suffered a "massive" stroke. Obituary of Charles D. Knecht, age 80. Was wellknown Easton-Phillipsburg musician. Louis Angelini, Roseto native, for 20 years conducted cornet band known as Roseto Cornet Band. Orr's Department Store Hubcap Store. Cable T.V. monoploy in Easton and surrounding areas causes problems. Cable T.V. monoploy in Easton and surrounding areas causes problems. Cable T.V. monoploy in Easton and surrounding areas causes problems. Shammy Shine Car Wash, 240 North Bushkill Drive adds on 24-hour do-ityourself car washing service Express Express Express Express

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Business - Music & Musicians Business - Music & Musicians Business - Music & Musicians

July 31 June 18 June 4

1984 1984 1984

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Business - Orr's Department Store Businesses - Easton Cable T.V. Cable T.V. Cable T.V. Car Wash

Feb. 25 Feb. 25 Jan. 24 Jan. 25 Jan. 27 Dec. 18

1984 1984 1984 1984 1984 1984

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Car Wash Centre Square Centre Square

Feb. 24 July 16 Oct. 16

1984 1984 1984

Children's Home, Easton Chrin Landfill Christman, William

May 23 July 19 Aug. 13

1984 1984 1984

Churches - Buddhist

Sept. 23

1984

Easton Shammy Shine Car Wash New sound system costing $5,000 purchased by Easton Rotary Club for Centre Square Civil War monument in Centre Square has its checkup with the sealing of its joints. Cost is $14,000 Housekeeper Anna Lucas serving since 1937 now retires. An account of her years. Located in Williams Township off Industrial Drive. Ordered to close by end of the year. William Christman, Union soldier from Easton to be first person buried in Arlington National Cemetery, died May 11, 1864. New temple constructed on grounds of Lamaist Buddhist Monastery in Washington Township, Warren County, N.J. Visit by Dalai Lama.

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Churches - Buddhist

Sept. 24

1984

Churches - Episcopal Churches - Methodist

Dec. 17 Oct. 21

1984 1984

Dalai Lama - About 1,000 persons gathered at Easton Express Lamaist Buddhist Monastery to meditate with the Dalai Lama in Franklin Township. Father James Gill of Trinity Episcopal, marks 30 Easton Express years of service. Anderson United Methodist, located in village of Easton Express Anderson on Rte. 57, 3miles outside of Washington, N.J. to celebrate 125 years of history. Rev. Sami Hayek, pastor, celebrated 25th anniversary of his ordination as a Maronite Catholic priest. Last surviving founder, John Jabour, obituary. Easton Express

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Churches - Our Lady of Lebanon June 12

1984

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1984

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Churches - St. Anthony's

Sept. 24

1984

Housing project for the elderly O.K.'d. Project known as Antonian, Ltd. 60 unit building to be erected on church-owned playground at 9th & Walnut and Washington Sts.

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Churches - St. Bernard's

Nov. 26

1984

The painting, The Crucifixion, dedicated to Donald Easton Express Keller. Painted by Dana Van Horn of Easton. Rectory, located at 217 Spring Garden Street, bought to be home for elderly women. Easton Express

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Churches - St. Michael's

June 3

1984

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Clergy

Nov. 25

1984

Retreat named Columcille in Upper Mt. Bethel Express Township is a religious and educational center for the clergy. Rev. William Cohea is the director. Sigal's. Express-Times Mini-mall concept designed by store owners. Part of Sigal's Bridal Gallery--5 stores: Paper Outlet, Groman's Bakery, The Enchanted Florist, Sun Artist Photographic Studio, Sam Lasagio's Entertainment Agency. 344 Northampton St. Complete bridal Surprise Store. Express-Times 157-165 Northampton St. Building formerly Surprise Store now owned by Mark Wagner gets a face lift. Structure to be renovated for new use. Men's Clothing: London Shop, located at 339 Express-Times Northampton St. The Corner House, a ladies' clothing store, located in the former Sigal's Store at 344 Northampton St., closes.

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Clothing Store

Aug. 25

1984

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Clothing Stores

Feb. 24

1984

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Feb. 25 Feb. 9

1984 1984

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Nov. 2 Sept. 11

1984 1984

Sigal, H. B. & Sons. Express-Times Arthur Sigal - obituary 2 Nov. 1984. Surprise Store. Express-Times 157-165 Northampton St. Building formerly Surprise Store now owned by Mark Wagner gets a face lift. Structure to be renovated for new use. Sigal's. Express-Times Mini-mall concept designed by store owners. Part of Sigal's Bridal Gallery--5 stores: Paper Outlet, Groman's Bakery, The Enchanted Florist, Sun Artist Photographic Studio, Sam Lasagio's Entertainment Agency. 344 Northampton St. Complete bridal Dress Designer: Easton's Deborah Fulmer had an Express-Times assortment of her gowns and dresses featured at a fashion show before the 3rd Washington Charity Dinner. Dress Designer: Easton's Deborah Fulmer had an Express-Times assortment of her gowns and dresses featured at a fashion show before the 3rd Washington Charity Dinner. Club to admit women. Inducts three women. First Easton Express woman welcomed was Jackie Schomp. To admit women. Induct three. First woman Easton Express welcomed was Jackie Schomp Women now allowed. Local group's account of Easton Express clubs inducting women in the area. Club to admit women. Inducts three women. First Easton Express woman welcomed was Jackie Schomp

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Clothing Stores

Sept. 7

1984

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Clothing Trade

June 10

1984

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Clothing Trade

June 17

1984

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Clubs - Jaycees

1984

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Aug. 17 Aug. 23 July 13

1984 1984 1984

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Clubs - Jaycees

July 3

1984

Club to admit women. Inducts three women. First Easton Express woman welcomed was Jackie Schomp Club to admit women. Inducts three women. First Easton Express woman welcomed was Jackie Schomp Account of its works in the community. House on Cattell Street was home of group for 23 yearssold iin 1981 W.C.T.U. still effective with decreased membership Mrs. Shirley Cavallo of Williams Township and husband Dr. John, Chiropractor, have outstanding culinary skills. Coalition of Religious and Civic Organizations-8 year old Easton based civic watchdog is going to regroup. Had almost folded due to funds drying up. Dies Band played at State Theater on January 15 Crouse Optical Company: Owned by Samuel Crouse since1934 now located on South 3rd St. (obit) Fancy Furrow. Dr. George Nasser, Podiatrist, gives an account of the work of his profession. Dr. John I. Cavallo, Chiropractor. Obituary for Dr. Joseph A. Norris who practiced for 30 years in Easton. At the age of 100 years, the park starts anew. Easton Express

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Sept. 6

1984

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Clubs - Woman's

Sept. 6

1984

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Clubs - Women's Christian Temperance Union Cooking

Sept. 16 July 11

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CORCO

July 28

1984

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April 26 Jan. 16 Sept. 16

1984 1984 1984

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Dairy Plants Doctors Doctors Doctors Dorney Park

Feb. 24 Feb. 25 Feb. 25 Jan. 15 April 22

1984 1984 1984 1984 1984

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Drop-in Centers

May 24

1984

Located in St. John's Lutheran Church. Celebrates Express 1st anniversary. Brief description of its activities. East Bangor holds it Centennial celebration. Centennial celebration starts. Centennial celebration starts. Easton School Board restores full funding to the library. Former cutting of allotment recinded. Easton school board restores full funding to the library.former cutting of allotment rescinded. Easton School board orders library cutback in budget. Huh? Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express

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East Bangor, PA East Bangor, PA - Centennial East Bangor, PA - Centennial Easton Area Public Library

April 16 June 11, 1984 June 3, 1984 April 10

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Easton Area Public Library

April 13

1984

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Easton Area Public Library Easton Area Public Library Editorial Easton Cemetery Easton Express

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1984 1984

Easton House Tavern Easton House Tavern Easton Public Library Editorial Easton, City of - Arts Commission Egg Art

Aug. Huh? 1984 July 12 Jan. 25 July 17 April 1 1984 1984 1984 1984

Opens new section - to be called Rosewood Gardens. Paper sold by Easton Publishing Company to Thomson Newspapers Inc. also included was the Warren County Weekly. Photograph of some of the cleaning being done by local preservation group. Project gets new lease on life.

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Mayor Sal Panto, Jr. created 13-member arts commission, goals set and members listed. Katharine Stansbury of Phillipsburg starts Egg Art Guild. Explanation of egg art.

Emergency Squad - Emergency Center England, Dr. Herbert K. Explosions, Blasts, Etc.

Aug. 1

1984

July 5

1984

July 27, 28 1984

Explosions, Blasts, Etc. Explosions, Blasts, Etc.

July 30 July 31

1984 1984

Farm Credit Association Fires

Feb. 25 June 3

1984 1984

Fires

June 4, 5

1984

Flags Flea Markets Forks Township - Parks Foster Parents

July 16 Sept. 9 May 13 Jan. 26

1984 1984 1984 1984

An account of the county's emergency center located in Lower Nazareth Township. Formerly known as Civil Defense. Ex-educator of Phillipsburg, N.J. focuses his work on the elderly. Lower Nazareth Township plant - Joseph Ayers, Inc., on Keystone Drive, just north of Hanoverville Road. Plant to be rebuilt. Lower Nazareth Township plant - Joseph Ayers, Inc., on Keystone Drive, just north of Hanoverville Road. Farm Credit Association. Two residents of apartments above the Central Bar, located 700-702 Northampton Street killed as result of fire. Two residents of apartments above the Central Bar, located 700-702 Northampton Street killed as result of fire. American flag crocheted by Jennie Beil, 82, of Gracedale. Last on on South Third St. lot. Dedicates the George Gollub Park. Ray & Kay Fulmer of Forks Township have been foster parents in the part 16 years to 57 children. Dutchtown Gallows Hill area residents discuss ways to upgrade their neighborhood. Cookie tampering reported in area. Account of its purpose in the area. An account of its activities. Sunday, July 8, 1984 celebrated Easton's history.

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Gallows Hill Neighborhood

May 9

1984

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Girl Scouts Head Start Heritage Day Heritage Day

March 28 Dec. 9 July 1 July 10

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Heritage Day

July 6

1984

Heritage Day Heritage Day Heritage Day Heritage Day

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1984 1984 1984 1984

Vacant store windows of the Alpha Bldg. set up Easton Express furnishing and fashions from early Easton, 1700s to 1970s in 10 large windows. Displays by Historic Easton Ass'n. An account of its activities. Easton Express 1984 telephon had a record pledge of $9,280. Easton Express Sunday, July 8, 1984 celebrated Easton's history. Easton Express

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Billboard poster designed as theme for 1984 Easton Express celebration created by Lisa Kilpatrick of Nazareth. Has annual Kid's Day on his parking lot on Northampton Street. Moving his office back to downtown Easton on account of some of his business ventures. Easton Express Easton Express

Holmes, Larry Holmes, Larry

Aug. 30 June 28

1984 1984

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Hugh Moore Parkway Humanitarians

May 14 Sept. 30

1984 1984

Hunter-Martin Historical Society Aug. 24

1984

Junior Woman's Club of Easton plan playground in Easton Express the area. Small group of people, mostly black, honors John Easton Express Mayers, Jr. Group composed of people from Phillipsburg and Easton Area. Opens restored one-room school built 181 years Easton Express ago on Three Church Hill, Martin's Creek. Opens restored one-room school built 181 years ago on Three Church Hill, Martin's Creek. Opens restored one-room school built 181 years ago on Three Church Hill, Martin's Creek. Ask Reverend Jesse Jackson (when speaking at Lafayette College) to find their son, Mark, in Cuban prison. Easton Express

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1984

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1984

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Oct. 13

1984

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Retired director of the Northampton County Industrial Development Authority and still active secretary of Easton Area Industrial Authority honored by having a road in Palmer Township named in his honor. William E. Simon donates $3 million for construction of an economic center and toward a new wing for the library. Students protest tenure ruling for Prof. Richard Matthews. College faculty sets rules to curb student drinking.

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College faculty sets rules to curb student drinking. Express College faculty sets rules to curb student drinking. Express To honor its namesake, Lafayette College to hold a Express symposium "Lafayette, the man and his world." Reverend Jesse Jackson speaks at Kirby Field House on Feb. 25. Jose Ferrer speaks at 149th commencement. Henry Kissinger speaks at the Marquis Society annual dinner. Meryl Streep, 2-time Academy Award winning actress, to be commencement speaker in June. Lebanese Heritage Day held at the church on South 4th Street. Centerfield School to house the township offices (Lower Mt. Bethel). Express Express Express Express

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April 29

1984

Mt. Bethel - Churches Mt. Bethel Township

May 12 Sept. 24

1984 1984

Rev. Samuel Santos of the Rock Church on North Easton Express 5th Street (formerly Zion) objects to the new theater on Northampton Street to show horror movies. Mt. Bethel United Methodist Church, Mansfield Easton Express Twp. Celebrates 175th year. Mr. & Mrs. Edward Henckel - their rural home to Easton Express be featured on a political documentary for Ronald Reagan's re-election campaign. Christopher Pittman, age 7, of Palmer Township is Easton Express a poster child for the Lehigh Valley Association. Appeared on Jerry Lewis Telethon. Easton Chapter has its annual banquet at Hotel Easton. Speaker: C. Delores Tucker former Pa. Secretary of State. Historic Moravian Church unused for half a century to be converted into apartments. Historic Miller house threatened with demolition; built by Conrad Miller. Historic home - 93 years old - Victorian house to be demolished as the Bible Fellowship Home wishes land for expansion. Historic home - 93 years old - Victorian house to be demolished as the Bible Fellowship Home wishes land for expansion. 4 members resign in protest over the board not rehiring Supt. De. A. Landis Brackbill. Easton Express

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Sept. 5

1984

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June 24

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Oct. 31

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July 24

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Aug. 27

1984

The Nazareth National Motor Speedway auctioned Easton Express off at $960,000 to Bank of Pa. which hold a $1.5 million mortgage on property. Sheriff sale stirs pessimism among its creditors. Easton Express

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Northampton County Development Corp.

July 28

1984

Sheriff's sale scheduled for February. Easton Express Newest newspaper in the Lehigh Valley "The Easton Express Northampton County Review" had created an interest and complaints in news subject and advertisers. Goal of organization formed March 1983 is to Easton Express work with other economic development agencies to recruit business to the area, help local businesses to expand and increase the County's tax base. Executive director - Robert Cormack. Supt. Nelson C. Peloquin who has headed home Easton Express since 1979 suspended due to complaints of abuse. Supt. Nelson C. Peloquin who has headed home Easton Express since 1979 suspended due to complaints of abuse. An account of the county's emergency center located in Lower Nazareth Township. Formerly known as Civil Defense. Northampton County Motor Club. City Council opposes cut in aid by Easton School Board to Easton Area Public Library. Kuebler Road named in honor of Joseph Kuebler. Easton Express

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Palmer Township - Zoning

Nov. 23

1984

Phillipsburg, N.J. - Churches

May 19

1984

Zoning officer, Edgar Rau receives the booster award from Palmer Business Industrial Professional Association. St. John's Lutheran church - Pastor Rev. Albert A. Schrum served since 1962-1984. Obit. Seventh day Adventist celebrates 50th Anniversary - Located Firth and Hudson Sts. Miss Dorothy Hamlen, known as "Miss Phillipsburg Education," talks of her years in teaching and of her retirement. Ex-mayor, Joseph T. Brennan, dies in automobile crash. Red Mascara, song writer, is trying once more to persuade State of New Jersey to adopt a song he wrote 24 years ago. Song - "I'm From New Jersey." Second sinkhole opens up on Thomas Street. Lehigh Valley Postal Center and its work. Easton man, William Marsicano, elected 1st Commander of PA State POW Greater Lehigh Valley Group. Agency in business for 16 years, now finds in dire financial debt of at least $27,000. Agency in business for 16 years, now finds in dire financial debt of at least $27,000. Historical preserve in Hamilton Township - farm located 3 miles west of Stroudsburg of R. 209.

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Sept. 23 Feb. 18

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Feb. 5 July 31

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Feb. 22 Dec. 2 July 21

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June 10 June 11 Aug. 12

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Sept. 10

1984

As president of U.S. visits the Roman Catholic Easton Express Shrine of Our Lady of Szestochowa at Doylestown.

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April 6

1984

C. L. Anderson Daub quits as Northampton County Easton Express Chairman of the Republican Party. Served 6 years. Joseph Milutis elected new party chairman. Northampton County to ends its contract with Pan Easton Express Am Corp. in serving 20 group homes in the county. 557 foot bridge was closed June 6 to replace wooden plank deck with a steel traffic surface. Riegelsville Hotel. Crash kills 3 workers and truck driver on Rt. 22 while night repairs were in progress. All night work now stopped. Louis Angelini, Roseto native, for 20 years, conducted cornet band known as Roseto Cornet Band. Town and citizens to be filmed by Swedish film crew - part of a health study. Town and citizens to be filmed by Swedish film crew - part of a health study. B'nai Abraham Synagogue celebrated 18th anniversary. Unity services aimed to wipe out vandalism. Vandalism at synagogue. Reward offered. Vandalism at synagogue. Reward offered. Remodels upper floor as possible artists lift. Remodels upper floor as possible artists lift. Air traffic under control. An account of its operation. Easton Express

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Sept. 6

1984

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Aug. 22

1984

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June 4

1984

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A.B.E. Airport AIDS (Disease) Allentown, PA - Hospitals American Automobile Association (AAA) American Legion

June 7 Dec. 14 Aug. 31 Feb. 23 July 8

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Oct. 13 Aug. 30 Dec. 6

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John H. Leh, Lehigh Valley Civil leader and founder of airport. Obituary. Easton Board of Health decides that education is the key to dealing with Aids. Allentown Hospital, Allentown, PA phases out its school of nursing. AAA West Jersey located on Memorial Parkway is still growing. American Legion Rice Ebner Post #588 Auxiliary leader, Bessie Seifert of Easton has served the group since 1946. Designs of many buildings in the Lehigh Valley area. Italian town of Camogli invites 3 local artists to exchange visits. Richard Schisler donates a painting on early scene of Indian encampment to town of Phillipsburg. Author Leonard Buscemi complied book on Easton - Easton PA Trivia Book. June Sprigg, local author is listed in May issue of Good Housekeeping as an outstanding young writer. Lawson Auto Parts, located in Forks Township, 3221 Sullivan Trail. Chrin Bear Wheel Alignment located at 818 South 25th St Automobile dealer, Deichman-Walker, enters '85 on a positive note. Obituary - Automobile dealer, Chester Flagler of Raubsville in business for 46 years.

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Bady's Grove

Feb. 23

1985

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Aug. 3

1985

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Aug. 4 April 21 April 30 May 12

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Bady's Grove, located at 1511A Jacobsburg Road, Wind Gap, PA. Location for indoor and outdoor clambakes. Great Bloomsbury Balloon Races - 8th annual event. NJ Governor, Thomas Kean, had his first balloon ride. Great Bloomsury Balloon Festival held at Garden State 76 Auto Truck Plaza Account of community bands and its players. To convert the Bee Hive into a community center would cost $140, 000.00. Dominick Todaro, Easton barber in business for more than 60 years. Shop located on March Street. Helen Beebe receives Doctorate of Humanities from Lafayette College. Philip and Muriel Berman, Jewish residents of Allentown presented sculptured bust of Pope John Paul II Bethlehem Township, in 1975, had a plan for a park of 75 to 100 acres. 10 years later the park has problems. State joining Northampton County District attorney in investigating of accusations of conflicts of interest among municipal offices and alleged violations of bidding awards of government contracts. Program is continuing although interest has declined. Dean Young, assistant director at Boys Club of Easton, works through poetry to help boys and girls express their views. Demolition of bridge at Bushkill Park area

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Bridges , Bushkill Creek

Aug. 20

1985

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1985

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June 26

1985

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April 17 April 3 Oct. 24 Aug. 25 Feb. 25 Feb. 28 Jan. 27 Aug. 13 & 17

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Overweight truck causes closing of the bridge. Truck weighed more than 72,250 pounds. Bridge to be inspected. South Third Street Bridge over Lehigh River in Easton to become larger. Easton City Council endorses the idea. Newsman speaks at Moravian College. LANTA buses collect food for Lehigh Valley Food Bank LANTA to double service for the disabled for a 6month experiment Ground broken for recreation area A & D Tile remodels upper floor as possible artists loft. A & D Tile remodels upper floor as possible artists loft. A & D Tile remodels upper floor as possible artists loft. Easton National Bank and Trust Company merger with Merchants Bancorp. New name of 171 year old bank will be Merchants Bancorp, Inc. Some services to change. Valley Federal Savings in business for over a century. Easton National Bank & Trust Co. links with Merchants Bank. Easton National Bank & Trust Company to merge with Merchants National Bank of Allentown.

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Feb. 23 Feb. 23 Jan. 15 & 17 July 17

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1985

Valley Federal Bank sponsored the showing on TV - Easton Express "War Chronicles" - award received.

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Business - Bethlehem Steel

April 21

1985

Business - Binney & Smith

Feb. 17

1985

Bethlehem Steel Corp. donates plant wistle to the Easton Express Ocean Liner Museum of New York. It was once used on the world-class luxury liner, S.S.Normandie. Kid's fun is serious business to Binney & Smith. Easton Express Account of their production of items for children. 6 generations of jewelers. Easton Express

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Feb. 23 March 28

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Celebrates its 200th year with the presentation of Easton Express the National American Gemstone Collection. Catrena Bridals, located at 4007 William Penn Highway; original owner Cathy Gretta; new owner, Shirley & Don Rupert. James F. Prendergast, Easton attorney and State legislator, died in April at age 68. Honored by Northampton County Court. Easton lawyer Charles Spaziani honored by Eastern Northampton County Columbia Organization, Inc. Account of his career. Obituary of John S. McAbee, founder of firm in 1948 Charles Porrello honored during Italian Day ceremonies at Meuser Park. Former director of the Triple City Band. Parke Frankenfield, local bandleader and jazz musician, to leave area and reside in Vero Beach, FL The Cavaliers orchestra started by Charles Porello 1926-1966 Obituary of Charles Porrello, former director of the Triple City Band. Easton Express

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Oct. 20 Aug. 5

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Business - Music & Musicians Business - Music & Musicians Business - Music & Musicians Business -Binney & Smith Businesses - J. T. Baker Chemical Company Canal Museum Canal Museum Canal Museum

Oct. 10 Oct. 25 Oct. 28 Aug. 4 Oct. 7 July 11 July 14 June 20

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Obituary of Mark Davis, Easton organist and choir Express director Parke Frankenfield, local bandleader and jazz Express musician to leave area for Florida Parke Frankenfield has farewell concert Express Merger with Hallmark Cards. Account of the merger and development of the local plant. J. T. Baker Chemical Company to be sold to Ashland Chemical Company. 1985 canal festival held in Hugh Moore Park 1985 canal festival held in Hugh Moore Park Expands to a Building at Raspberry and Spruce Street - to change it's name to Museum of Canal History And Technology Easton Shammy Shine Car Wash Hydroelectric plant to be erected at the Chain Dam Hydroelectric plant to be erected at the Chain Dam Hydroelectric plant to be erected at the Chain Dam Testimony divided on its expansion. Neighbors of Williams Township oppose project. Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express

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Churches - Moravian Churches - Presbyterian

March 17 Jan. 7

1985 1985

Beula Clewell Shook organist at the First Moravian Express Church of Easton for 50 years. Greenwich Presbyterian Church in Stewartsville, Express NJ, has new pastor : Sally Dixon First Presbyterian Church nursery school celebrates its 30th year Express

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Churches - Reformed

June 29

1985

Rev. Frederick Shafer celebrates 50th anniversary Express of his ordination. Former pastor of St. Peter's United Church of Christ for 47 years. Lundin, Rev. Richard W. Former pastor of St. John's Lutheran Church from 1951 to 1961. Obituary. Dave Boyer of Wilson makes clocks. Astro Apparel, Inc., located on 20 South Elder Street, goes out of business. Lenny's, located at 45 Centre Square owned by Lenny Albanese. Surprise Store. 157-165 Northampton St. Building formerly Surprise Store now owned by Mark Wagner gets a face lift. Structure to be renovated for new use. Men's Clothing: London Shop, located at 339 Northampton St. Clothing: Nearly New Store opens at 1940 Northampton Street for sale of used womens and childrens clothing. Easton group accepts women as members Cites Clair E. Churchman for outstanding service Allows women as full members, Helen Beebe, Louise Moore Van Vleck, Barbara Laros, Mary Cappadon first members Marks 100th year Pledges $10,000 to the State Theater Campaign TV star and actor delights 5700 fans at Lehigh University Easton Express

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June 27

1985

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Clubs - Jaycees Clubs - Kiwanis Clubs - Pomfret

July 25 May 18

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Jan. 28

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Deafness Deafness Delaware River Delaware River - Bridges

Jan. 16 Jan. 16 Jan. 22 June 24

1985 1985 1985 1985

Two area dairies to use photos of missing children on their milk cartons: Johanna Farms Inc. of Raritan Township and Welch Farms, Long Valley, N.J. Day Care Center, Center for elderly opens at 3rd Streer and Larry Holmes Drive in the Riverside Plaza Founded by Northampton County Area Agency on the Aging Day Care Center, Center for elderly opens at 3rd Streer and Larry Holmes Drive in the Riverside Plaza Founded by Northampton County Area Agency on the Aging Day care center for elderly opens at 3rd Street and Larry Holmes Drive in the Riverside Plaza. Founded by Northampton County Area Agency on the Ageing. Wilson Police Chief Richard Nace designs automobile license plate for the deaf Wilson Police Chief Richard Nace designs automobile license plate for the deaf Energy generating boat is tested in the Delaware

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Delaware Water Gap

March 28

1985

Stress testing of free bridge conducted by Express Delaware River Joint Toll Bridge Commission. OK after tests. Castle Inn destroyed by fire. In the early 1900s it Express-Times was a haven for affluent city folks who wanted to hear their favorite tunes at the music hall. Obit. for Dr. Thomas J. Sullivan; served in Easton for 58 years. Hess department store: Brief history of its growth. Easton Express Easton Express

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Aug. 6

1985

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Cup in former Dixie building, hidden since August Easton Express of 1983, remains on top and repainted. Acts as a landmark for the area. Dr, Raymon Roscioli, Chiropractor, practiced 34 Easton Express years in Easton. Obit for Dr. Linwood J. Pearson, gynecologist. Easton Express Dr. John I. Cavallo, Chiropractor, began practice in Easton Express 1932; located at 1000 Northampton St. Two Easton physicians cited by Medical Society: Dr. David Feinberg and Dr. Michael Lesse. Dr. George C. Brong, doctor for 45 years in Bath, Pa. Rudolph E. G. Alff, pharmacy in Wilson for 50 years at 1715 Butler street. Citizens bury a time capsule at the Borough's minipark in honor of their centennial. To be opened 2034. Friends of the library kick off drive for funds for Marx room Particites in the national dental survey. Clean up of premises uncovers historic dcuments. Easton Express

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Jan. 20

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Easton Area Public Library Marx Room Easton Hospital - Dental Easton House Tavern Easton Public Library

Jan. 16 Aug. 30 April 6 April 4

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Pocono Environmental Education Center formerly Easton Express a honeymoon resort called Honeymoon Haven created in 1972. Year round center for families.

Explosions, Blasts, Etc. Explosions, Blasts, Etc. Firing Range Flemington, N.J. Golf

Nov. 29 Oct. 25 Aug. 29 April 8 March 19

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1985 1985 1985

Spring Garden Street at 3rd Street has underground explosion. Underground fire and explosion in downtown Easton. Lower Nazareth Township residents applaud final hearing on project. Town marks 75th anniversary. Names after Samuel Fleming, an Irishman. Palmer Township approves miniature golf course on Wm Penn Highway next to Mister Doughnut Shop. Former employee charged with food theft of 1,500. Employed as food manager. Former employee charged with food theft of 1,500. Employed as food manager. New curbs put on food buying since the former manager had stolen $15,120 in food orders. Account of his wife Diane and her life with him. Warren Township New Jersey won't allow a rally to be held by Klan. Retires as executive director of Easton Area Industrial Land Development Co. Honored. Wills his estate to the Miami Zoo. Native of Easton. Owned the Karldon Hotel and Kuebler's Brewery and Clinton House, and Mt. Vernon Hotel. 68 percent of science and math professors have signed a petition pledging they will not accept money for research related to "Star Wars" defensive plan.

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Oct. 15

1985

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Feb. 7

1985

2 Easton planners to convert the former Pi Lambda Phi fraternity to offices and apartments. On Dec. 4 Lafayette College voted to reduce the number of pub nights on campus. Students respond to the ruling. Students stage protest over college investments in business in South Africa. Two-time Academy Award winner Meryl Streep is commencement speaker. William F. Buckley, Jr. speaks at the college. Dedicates new library, the E. W. FairchildMartindale Library & Computing Center. Liberty Village and Turntable Junction located in Flemington, NJ. Brick building on North Second Street which was the home of the first library in Easton is being restored. Richard and Vivian Noll of Williams Township win PA million dollar lottery. Ground breaking for dam in Harmony Township, N.J. Shawnee Playhouse damaged in blaze. New Superintendent, John D. Jenkins hired at salary of $4,700. Residents of Easton and Phillipsburg area asked to participate in program by "sitting" out on their front porches to combat crime. New Supt., Lloyd Sanchoff replaces Nelson C. Peloquin who was fired. Author and lecturer, Earl Robacker an authority of Pa. German History. Obit.

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1985

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Lotteries Merrill Creek

Dec. 10 Sept. 14

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July 29 Oct. 10

1985 1985

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Palmer Township - Game

March 9

1985

Palmer Township - Housing

July 9

1985

Palmer Township - Library Palmer Township - Newsletter

Aug. 20 March 30

1985 1985

Brown & Lynch American Legion Post #9 selling a board game called "The Millionaire Game of Palmer Township" for 14 dollars. Proceeds for Post building fund. Supervisors approve 36 acre housing project called King's View Estates on land between Palmer & Bethlehem Townships lying west of Stones Crossing. Illustration of building taking shape. To publish quarterly newsletter "Today's Palmer" replaces former Palmer Township Newsletter. Chairman of Board of Supervisors, Robert Daws receives 1985 Dae Dorenberger Grassroots government leadership award. Street parking permits allows residents to park cars at metered space for an annual fee of $100.00. Located at 3rd and Ferry Streets still losing money for the 6th consecutive year. Short meters, limit of 12 mintues replace 5 minutes parking. Installed in Centre Square and Northampton Street and at 4th Streets. Painted red. Blairstown, N.J. Pet cemetery a controversy. St. Peter's & St. Paul's Slovak Catholic Church served for 66 years as a local point for the local Slovak community. To close due to declining membership. St. Peter's & St. Paul's Slovak Catholic Church, on Sayre Avenue, closes. Served its congregation for 66 years.

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Aug. 28

1985

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Parking

Sept. 13

1985

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Parking Garage Parking Meters

Sept. 30 April 23

1985 1985

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Pets Phillipsburg, N.J. - Churches

Sept. 15 July 13

1985 1985

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Phillipsburg, N.J. - Churches

May 12

1985

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April 10

1985

Phillipsburg, N.J. - History

Oct. 14

1985

Phillipsburg, N.J. - Union Station July 9 Pinebrook July 6

1985 1985

Arson linked to fire that damaged Old Union Easton Express Station freight house in Union Square near Easton Phillipsburg free bridge. History of town being compiled by Phillipsburg Easton Express Historical Society and its president, Dorothy Hamlin. Railroad freight station in Union Square being Easton Express demolished. Located in Stroud Township, Monroe County, Pa. Easton Express is a vacation spot for rest, recreation and religion. Served in Pa. House of Representatives for 20 years. Obit. Sues ex-bookkeeper James P. Donegan for $25,416. Has a new director - Judith Paar from Coopersburg. State map details radon-threat area. State finds high radon levels in Lehigh Valley home. Ronald Reagan, President of U.S. visits Bloomfield, N.J. Warren County, N.J. man, Robert W. Hummel admits threat on life of the President. Easton TV producer receives rewards on his visit to Gettysburg. Luther Crest located in South Whitehall. Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express

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Reda, Lou Retirement Home Riegelsville, Pa. - Library Roseto, Pa.

July 10 Feb. 23 April 11 June 29

1985 1985 1985 1985

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Account of the town's library history. Easton Express Swedish TV firm details the medical marvel found Easton Express in the borough 20 years ago - Complete absence of heart disease among the 1600 residents.

Stroud Community House A.B.E. Airport A.B.E. Airport

June 9 Feb. 2 March 27

1985 1986 1986

Jacob Stroud Mansion. Airport rated a success on account of its work. Inaugural flight of Presidential Airways of two daily round trips to Dulles in Washington, D.C. At least two prostitutes in Easton are known to be carriers of the disease, according to Easton's health officer. Fair runs for seven days - an account of its activities. Forks Township woman named Fair Queen. Marla Ann Wynne is so honored. Alpha, NJ celebrates its Diamond Jubilee.

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AIDS (Disease)

July 2

1986

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Aug. 14 Aug. 27 Aug. 28 March 17

1986 1986 1986 1986

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AAUW honors Dr. Florence Seibert by presenting a Easton Express new oncology unit to Easton Hospital received unit. An account of Florence Seibert's life. Herman Pinsky, antique dealer in Easton and Phillipsburg. Obit. Michler, William Marsh born in Easton, 1868, noted architect who built many homes in Easton Area. Illus. Michler, William Marsh born in Easton, 1868, noted architect who built many homes in Easton Area. Illus. Moving from New York area to Easton. Moving from New York area to Easton. Dr. Charles Watman, author of book on 18th century Bethlehem medical practices. Dr. Paul Beidler, author of new book: Distinguished Teachers on Effective Teaching. Easton Express Easton Express

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Oct. 10 May 18

1986 1986

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Oct. 28

1986

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Artists Artists Authors Authors

Aug. 24 Aug. 25 Dec. 19 Dec. 21

1986 1986 1986 1986

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Automobiles Babies Babysitting

Aug. 5 Sept. 30 June 10

1986 1986 1986

New auto repair shop - Two Rivers Auto Repair, Inc., 68 Ferry Street. Warren County, NJ has first "test tube" baby in Lehigh Valley. Forks Township sanctions "Aunt Sally". Home of Ann Smith approved for home baby sitting. Great Bloomsbury Balloon Race held at Bloomsbury, NJ. Also a wedding is held in the balloon. Great Bloomsbury Balloon Race held at Bloomsbury, NJ. Firemen mark department's centennial.

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Balloons

Aug. 2

1986

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Balloons Bangor, PA - Fire Dept. Bangor, PA.

Aug. 3 June 22, 1986. June 10, 1986 Oct. 30

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Banks

1986

The Bee Hive Youth Center re-opens as a Easton Express community center. Old facility had a $130,000.00 face lift. Former Circlon Restaurant was site of Easton Easton Express Dollar Savings & Trust Company. The sign uncovered while cleaning building. Built in 1920's; went bankrupt during the Depression. Former Circlon Restaurant was site of Easton Easton Express Dollar Savings & Trust Company. The sign uncovered while while cleaning the building. Built in the 1920's; went bankrupt during the Depression. Obituary for former major league baseball player Easton Express for the A's, Jack Wallasea of Williams Township. Memorial service for victims of slaying at National Easton Express Bank.

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Banks

Oct. 30

1986

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Baseball.

Dec. 29

1986

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Bed and Breakfast Plan

Sept. 23, 1986 Sept. 4

1986

Bethlehem Township, PA

1986 1986

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Boy Scouts

March 13

1986

Burnside Plantation

May 28

1986

Greystone Manor, in Rigelsville, Pa., has opened for business. It was an Inn, built in 1896, by owners of Rigelsville Paoer Mills. Officials call halt to work on shopping mall - afraid of possible soil erosion. Bethlehem schools raised $37,000.00 for the restoration of the Statue of Liberty. The largest amount of any district in the country. L. Jack Bradt named outstanding citizen by Minsi Trail Council of Boy Scouts. Also cites his business and other awards. Located on Schoenersville Road. Is believed to be the oldest continuous farm land in Northampton County. Built in 1752. To be preserved. New agent Franklin Manazer is owner of the building at 154 Northampton Street. New agent, Franklin Manazer, is owner of the building at 154 Northampton St. Obituary of Melvin Heavener, manager of the park for 55 years Municipal building dedicated. Township founded 173 years ago. Herman Pinskey, antique dealer in Easton and Phillipsburg. Obituary. William Marsh Michler, born in Easton, 1868, noted architect who built many homes in Easton area. William Marsh Michler, born in Easton, 1868, noted architect who built many homes in Easton area. Meredian Bank merges with 150 brances in 12 Pa. counties.

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Bus Terminals Bus Terminals Bushkill Park Bushkill Township Business - Antiques Business - Architect

March 13 March 13 Feb. 5 Aug. 18 Oct. 10 May 18

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Business - Architects

Oct. 28

1986

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Business - Banks

April 27

1986

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Business - Banks

Aug. 14

1986

First National Bank of Bath, Pa. reopens. Had been closed since killings occurred June 6. First National Bank of Bath, Pa. reopens. Had been closed since June 6 since killings occurred. Accidental spill of tear gas in store overcomes store employee. To transform rooms above the sore as working and living quarters for artists. Carpet producer opening plant on Line Street on South Side. C&B Carpets Inc. Morris, Dr. Charles M., Easton psychologist. Obituary. Obituary of Arnold J. Falk, solicitor for Northampton Co. Council PA Supreme Court suspends attorney Salvados Salazar for lying to clients, failint to file divorce actions, and mixing personal and cliets' funds..

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July 23

1986

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Business - Bixler's Business - Bixler's Business - Carpets Business - Doctors Business - Lawyers Business - Lawyers

Aug. 18 Aug. 24 July 25 Jan. 12 Jan. 13 March 28

1986 1986 1986 1986 1986 1986

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Business - Martin Guitar Co. Business - Music & Musicians

June 16 April 15

1986 1986

Obituary of C. Frederick Martin III, chairman of the Express board Obituary of Kenneth Brader, Sr., owner of Brader Express & Sons Music Store. Son died Sept. 4, 1986. Charlie Barnett, former Palmer Township resident, Express has new album. Account of his career. Obituary of Paul Baumert, musician and Easton teacher of music for 40 years. Obituary of Kenneth E. Brader Jr., coowner of Brader's Music Store. Express Express

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Business - Music & Musicians

Aug. 30

1986

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May 22 Sept. 25

1986 1986

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Camp Isabel

April 20

1986

Located in Frenctown, R. D. #1 operates for 6 weeks each summer for handicapped children. Started by Isabel Benjamin. Archives building opened at Spruce and Raspberry Street. John Searing of Caldwell, NJ,, introduces Carson on his show. Always wanted to do the introduction. The Diocese of Allentown celebrates its 25th anniversary. Located on Route 512 in Bath. An account of its work Fountain full of soap suds by unknown persons

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Canal Museum Carson, Johnny

March 25 June 30

1986 1986

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Catholics Center for Humanistic Change, Inc. Centre Square Centre Square Centre Square - Traffic Centre Square - Traffic

April 11 March 24 Aug. 3 Sept. 4 Aug. 19 Feb. 9

1986 1986 1986 1986 1986 1986

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Faces facelift. Possible change in traffic patterns. Express To cost $720,000 Traffic lights go out of order. Police resort to hand Express signal to direct traffic Proposed traffic alterations might receive State Express funds. Merchants have varied viewpoints on plan. Maronite Catholic Church of Easton plans to raze Easton Express their church, 4th and Ferry Streets, formerly the Christ Lutheran church. Maronite Catholic Church starts the demolition of Easton Express their church, the former Christ Lutheran Church. Lennys (Clothing store) has trouble with pidgens -- Express-Times puts up fake Owls to scare birds. Clothing Store (Women): Express-Times Wears & Wares located at 135 North 3rd Street opens for business.

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1986

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Clubs - Forks of the Delaware Garden Club Clubs - Junior Women's Clubs - Star Clubs - Woman's Cock Fight Community Action Committee of the Lehigh Valley Deafness

May 16

1986

Brighten the streets of Easton by its Flower boxes Easton Express Donates $7,500. to area projects Owned by Tony Sabella, 631 Walnut Street. Was former Star Hotel and Café. Description Plant trees at Hugh Moore Parkway in honor of past presidents of the club. Police halt the game in Monroe County Sponsors a musician concert in Agricultural Hall, Allentown-proceeds for the needy Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express

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July 15 1986 October 18 1986 April 21 April 20 May 25 1986 1986 1986

Jan. 11

1986

Book "Sound Waves" by David Colley on the Express subject of lthe training of the deaf by Helen Beebe Speech and Hearing Center of Easton. Book " Sound Waves" by David Colley on the subject of the training of the deaf by Helen Beebe Speech and Hearing Center of Easton Canal to get $1 million for repairs on the Theodore Roosevelt State Park in Northampton and Bucks Counties Obit. for Dr. Stanley Byorick, in Easton for 25 years. Obit. For Dr. Harry W. Souders, dentist for 53 years in Phillipsburg. Obit. for Dr. Justin Joseph Shillis, dentist, who served the community since 1927. Dr. Florence Seibert honored by AAUW; presented an Oncology Unit to Easton Hospital in her name. Express

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Deafness

Jan. 11

1986

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Delaware Canal

Aug. 28

1986

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Dentists Dentists Dentists Doctors

Feb. 6 Oct. 10 Oct. 17 17 March

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Doctors Doctors

26 Dec. 28 Dec.

1986 1986

Obituary of Dr. George Smith, former council man Easton Express and physician. Obituary of Dr. George Smith, former council man Easton Express and physician.

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Doctors Doctors Doctors Doctors Drugs Drugs Easton Area Community Concerts Association Easton Express

31 Dec. Jan. 10 Jan. 12 Sept. 2 July 20 May 25 Aug. 10

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May 4

1986

Obituary of Dr. George Smith, former council man and physician. Obituary of Dr. Salvatore De Marco, long-time doctor in Easton. Obituary for Dr. Charles M. Morris, Easton psychologist. Obituary of Dr. John P. Daniels, chiropractor and former Easton School Board member. William Stackhouse, Jr., hangs himself in county jail. Was a drug addict. "Crack", a form of cocaine, is reaching the Lehigh Valley area Years of sponsoring opera, classical music, etc. now being disbanded after 53 years. Membership grew small. Story of hoax is revealed: Halloween IV created by Myke Hull of Easton is entirely untrue. Establishes a memorial scholarship to former editor Donna L. Troxell. Reconsiders policy of admission. Reconsiders policy of admission. Drops admission listing in local newspaper. Earl Keyser, chairman dies at meeting.

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Easton Express Easton Hospital - Admissions Easton Hospital - Admissions Easton Hospital - Admissions Easton Planning Commission Easton Post Office Easton Post Office-Bombing Easton Public Library Palmer Branch

Nov. 13 July 22 July 27 June 29 April 10 April 15 Dec. 30 March 7

1986 1986 1986 1986 1986 1986 1986 1986

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Postal center moving to Palmer Township. A New Easton Express office to built in city. Fatal bombing incident still a mystery 55 years Easton Express later. Branch library newly built and opened. Easton Express

Easton Redevelopment Authority Eggs, Decorative Eisenhower Family

March 9 March 16 Dec. 21

1986 1986 1986

New director hired, William McKeon, replaces Easton Express John Webber. Decorating of eggs for Easter on display at Firth Easton Express Youth Center, Phillipsburg, N.J. David and wife Julia Nixon are authors of 2 books. Easton Express The couple appeared at Hess Dept. Store in Allentown to autograph their books. Celebrates 13 years of service. Underground fire burns again under city streets at 200 block of Spring Garden Street. List of various markets in the Northampton County area. Trackless trolley will run thru town's shopping district. Charge $1.00. Historic Union Hotel (109 years old) to be a restaurant. Acme Store located in 25th Street Shopping Center closed on December 27. Easton native, Jack Grifo, involved in feeding the hungry by working with Metro Detroit's Gleaners Community Food Bank. Municipal offices to get an elevator for better access to offices. Ruth Jones and husband George cared for 120 children since 1951. Honored by Northampton County Dept. of Human Services. Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express

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Emergency Squad - Forks Township Squad Fires Flea Markets Flemington, N.J. Flemington, N.J. Food - Hot Dogs Food Bank

Aug. 14 Feb. 18 July 13 April 20 June 5 Dec. 22 March 1

1986 1986 1986 1986 1986 1986 1986

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Forks Township Foster Home Care

Feb. 12 June 12

1986 1986

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Franciscan Retreat Franklin, Benjamin

Nov. 8 Oct. 31

1986 1986

Delaware Water Gap to be established by Samuel Easton Express & Rose Strausser. The man posing as Franklin is Ralph Archbold who Easton Express visited the school children in Pen Argyl.

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Games

Dec. 28

1986

Gargoyles German Visitors Gracedale - Administrator

March 9 June 25 Aug. 9

1986 1986 1986

Lafayette College graduate, Warren Cole invents Easton Express PUZZLE STRUGGLE, a game based on a crossword puzzle. Various buildings are adorned with stone faces. Easton Express Town of Phillipsburg play host to German visitors from Phippsburg, West Germany. New administrator appointed, Harold W. Russell Jr. Was former assistant administrator for 11 years. Administrator, Joseph J. Thoder served more than 24 years. Obit. Administrator, Joseph J. Thoder served more than 24 years. Obit. 7th case of salmonella reported at county home. Has trouble finding enough nurses. Easton native, Linda Walters, does doctorate on the marine biology on the Reef in Australia. Bill Nelson of Allentown retired mechanical engineer designs or adapts tricycles, toys and other learning devices for severely handicapped children. Scott Ryan Tophoney, Alpha boy selected as the 1st link in Philadelphia's human chain. List of schedule events. Said he is sorry for remark made on judges. Sign on telephone pole in Wilson Borough support the fact that Larry was ripped off in Las Vegas. Easton Express Easton Express

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Gracedale - Administrator Gracedale - Administrator Gracedale - Health Gracedale - Nurses Great Barrier Reef

Jan. 6 Jan. 7 Sept. 18, 25 June 18 Sept. 28

1986 1986 1986 1986 1986

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Handicapped

April 10

1986

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Hands Across America Heritage Day Holmes, Larry Holmes, Larry

May 27 June 29 April 10 April 2

1986 1986 1986 1986

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Holmes, Larry

April 20

1986

Beaten by Michael Spinks in a split decision at Las Easton Express Vegas.

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April 21 April 26 April 9 Feb. 20 Feb. 22

1986 1986 1986 1986 1986

Says he will quit boxing "I got a raw deal" in the fight with Michael Spinks. Aims to clean up the boxing game. Boxing panel wants Holmes to apologize. Unveils plans for renewal tract on Larry Holmes Drive. Announces plan for development of building a commercial and office building and a 5-story apartment on Larry Holmes Drive. Denies rumor he was shot by his wife. Denies rumor he was shot by his wife. City council gives blessing to project to cost 4 million at Riverside. Seeks "Justice" from International Boxing Federation. Acquires 3-2 acres for triangle tract on Larry Holmes Drive and Ferry Street, end Pine & Green Streets. Testifies at State Assembly Committee on Independent and Regional authorities which is studying recommendations that New Jersey be more strictly related. Breaks ground on his property on Larry Holmes Drive. Receives Medal of Honor from George Taylor Chapter Daughters of America. Acquires 3-2 acres for triangle tract on Larry Holmes Drive and Ferry Street, end Pine & Green Streets. Facility located at 1022 for 95 years. 31 rooms. Fee changes in 1983. Easton city council earmarks 50,000 to shelter the homeless.

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Holmes, Larry Holmes, Larry Holmes, Larry Holmes, Larry Holmes, Larry

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1986 1986 1986 1986 1986

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May 20

1986

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1986 1986 1986

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Home for Aged Women Homeless

Feb. 9 April 23

1986 1986

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Homeless Homelessness

July 2 Jan. 12

1986 1986

Easton's homeless reached record numbers in Easton Express 1986 - taxing local agencies. Account of the problem in Easton Area and the Easton Express agencis that are assisting to combat the problem. Allentown Church, Metropolitan Community Church offers gays a chance to be themselves. Easton Express

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Homosexuals

April 6

1986

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Hope, N.J.

Sept. 15

1986

Horses

June 29

1986

For one day the town basks in TV lights. David Easton Express Brunner, TV star does a take for his show, "Night Life." Cindy Kemmerer of Paddock Poscese operates Easton Express farm in Forks Township to the care of sick horses. Homeless left out in Easton's revival of housing. Easton Express

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Housing Housing

Jan. 13 & 14 June 18

1986 1986

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Record number (1,293) building permits issued for Easton Express home building in Northampton County. Sycamore Hills development in Forks Township approved. Church in Alexandria Township has a sense of history - St. Thomas Episcopal Church founded in 1723. Traveling exhibition for children, 6-12 created by Hallmark Cards Inc. at Palmer Park Mall. Obituary of Paul Alfred Preftzechner, former law professor. Obituary of Dr. Harold W. Streeter, former chairman of language department. Sigma Nu cited by city of Easton for clean-up in Scott Park. Easton Express Easton Express

Housing Hunterdon County, N.J. Churches Kaleidoscope

March 28 Feb. 2

1986 1986

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Sept. 11

1986

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Lafayette College - Faculty Lafayette College - Faculty Lafayette College - Fraternities

Jan. 13 Oct. 13 May 11

1986 1986 1986

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Lafayette College - William E. Simon Center Lamonaco, Philip

Oct. 11 Dec. 23

1986 1986

Economics study complex known as the William E. Express Simon Center is dedicated. Slain New Jersey State Trooper has portion of Express highway in Warren County named in his honor. Lebanese Heritage Day held at the church on South 4th Street. Lebanese Heritage Day held at the church on South 4th Street. Memorial pavillion dedicated to slain student Jeanne Ann Clery. Dedicates plaza and sculpture to Lee Iacocca, a former graduate. Give show at Stabler Arena, Lehigh University Easton's Lithuanians commemorate the 68th anniversary of Lithuanian last period of independence. Raise flag in Centre Square. Dr. Winfield Keck honored for his 17 years as a planner for the Township. Opens new semior citizen center. Municipal building to bear the name of Supervisor Williard Heimbach. Supervisor Williard Heimbach declines the honor of having the municipal building bear his name. Express Express Express Express Express Express

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Lebanese - Easton, PA Lebanese - Easton, PA Lehigh University Lehigh University Lippizzaner horses Lithuanians

Aug. 1 Aug. 3 Dec. 2 Oct. 27 April 20 Feb. 15

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Lower Mt. Bethel Lower Mt. Bethel Lower Nazareth Township Lower Nazareth Township

Dec. 29 Sept. 22 Aug. 28 Sept. 11

1986 1986 1986 1986

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Matchcovers Meuser Park

Aug. 15 July 12

1986 1986

MIA Day

Jan. 13

1986

Display of collections at Allentown Hilton Hotel. Easton Express Nation wide collectors. Sunday night has traditional musical concerts each Easton Express summer. Result of the generosity of the late Frederick Meuser. MIA flag presented to Easton for Centre Square Easton Express flag pole by Military Order of Cooties, branch of VFW of Easton.

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Milford, N.J. Monroe County, Pa. Anniversary Monroe County, Pa. Anniversary Monroe County, Pa. - Prison Moravian Book Store, Bethlehem, Pa. Moravian Hall

June 15 July 13 July 21 Sept. 12 Nov. 23 April 19

1986 1986 1986 1986 1986 1986

Marks its 75th anniversary. Celebrates its sesquicentennial anniversary. Celebrates its sesquicentennial anniversary. Breaks ground on a 17 acre tract for a new 183 cell prison. Account of the firm's activities. Retirement Community to cost 1.4 million. 128 apartments, 12 cottages & 94 bed nursing units. Should be completed by October 1987. Retirement Community to cost 1.4 million. 128 apartments, 12 cottages & 94 bed nursing units. Should be completed by October 1987. Retirement Community to cost 1.4 million. 128 apartments, 12 cottages & 94 bed nursing units. Should be completed by October 1987. Held at Bethlehem. Created in 1983. An account of its activities. Cites 2 members (Men) for community activities and for their professions. Alfredean Jones, assistant principal at Easton High School. Dean Yourg, acting director of the Boys Club.

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Moravian Hall

Aug. 11

1986

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June 4

1986

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Musikfest NAACP

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1986 1986

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NAACP NAACP Nazareth, Pa.

June 22 March 11 Feb. 5

1986 1986 1986

Philadelphia Mayor, W. Wilson Goode addresses Easton Express group at its 42nd annual banquet. Local chapter wants more black teachers in the Easton Express Easton Schools. To tackle the problem of revitalizing its downtown Easton Express area.

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June 27

1986

Nazareth, Pa. - Schools Nazareth, Pa. - Speedway Nevin Family Northampton County Bar Association

Sept. 24 March 20 Oct. 12 Sept. 14

1986 1986 1986 1986

Historic house in way of progress. Home on Moravian Hall Square - historic 200 year old farm house. Fire at former Junior High School ruled as arson. Portion of 3 1/2 acres of speedway sold. David Nevin homestead sold. Issues pamphlet "Guide to conduct & etiquette at the bar." Instruction for young lawyers when in county court. County agent, Charles Forney retires. An account of his work the farmers in the area. Township supervisors planning police station on Weller Tract on Newburg Road. Sale sealed for Palmer Township to get U.S. Postal Center. To be located on Division Street. 25th Street no dream to drive in this intersection. Motorists complain. Easton happy with 12-minutes. "Red" parking meters replace 5-minute parking. Opens up its own library in mini-mall, 22 Pa. Avenue in the Borough. Pa. State Library Grant finances the project. Account of the coach Joe Orchulli, basketball coach. Father owns Joe-Joe's Deli. Alarmed by the number of pupil pregnancies. Some merchants won't stop selling magazine as requested by parent firm. Article on the joy of city front porches of homes.

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Northampton County Extension Sept. 11 Service Palmer Township - Police Feb. 19 Palmer Township - Post Office Sept. 9

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Palmer Township - Roads Parking Meters Pen Argyl, Pa.

Feb. 2 April 5 June 24

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Phillipsburg Catholic High School March 31 - Athletics Phillipsburg, N.J. - School Board Nov. 18 Playboy Magazine Porches April 16 Aug. 28

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Portland, Pa. Portland, Pa. Probation Officers ProJeCt Pulaski Festival Pulitzer Prize

July 24 July 26 May 25 July 31 April 27 April 19

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Fire in downtown Portland. Extensive damage. Fire in downtown Portland. Extensive damage.

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Account of the work in the Northampton County Easton Express Probation Office. Moves to 130 North 3rd St. Still in business after Easton Express being on verge of closing. Pulaski Festival honors American Revolution hero. Easton Express Bethlehem native, Carol Guzzy, wins journalism Easton Express prize for photographs of Columbia Volcano disaster. A puppeteer's palace in Glen Gardner on Rt. 31 at Easton Express home of William Harlan. Living historical farm in Hamilton Township, in Easton Express Monroe County is 220 year old farm. Located off Business Route 209, 3 miles west of Stroudsburg. Testing by state to extend to about 2,000 to 2,500 Easton Express homes in Easton area located outside Paxinosa Ridge area. Williams Township now in its 13th year od its Easton Express project of DUMP (Don't uglify Morgan's Pride). Woman plans Lehigh Valley's first religious TV Easton Express station - Patricia Huber of Walnutport to establish a new TV station channel 60 in Bethlehem. Nazareth to be the site of a Moravian community Easton Express to house 250. Prosperity Lodge #567 dedicates new building and Easton Express celebrates 100th anniversary.

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July 13 Aug. 7

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April 2

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Aug. 28

1986

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Aug. 30

1986

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Feb. 20

1986 1986

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Riegelsville, Pa. - Masonic Lodge Sept. 10

Ritter, Don Ritter, Don Roads - Route 78 Roads - Route 78 Roads - Route 78 Roads - Route 78 Roads - Route 78 Roads - Route 78 Rock Star Roller Skating Roseto, Pa. Temples - Temple Covenant of Peace AIDS (Disease) AIDS (Disease)

Oct. 10 Sept. 20 July 14 July 17 July 18 July 22 July 23 July 30 June 6 Jan. 12 May 24 March 28 Feb. 24 July 9

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Don Ritter admitted drug use as a form of betrayal. Don Ritter, U.S. Senator, states he used "pot" in the '70s. Pickets halt work on I-78 bridge, N.J. Workers protest along Rt. 611. Pickets halt work on I-78 bridge, N.J. Workers protest along Rt. 611. Pickets halt work on I-78 bridge, N.J. Workers protest along Rt. 611. Vandalism. Vandalism. Vandalism. Carmel Flanagan, known as Fiona, was a student of Phillipsburg Catholic High School. An account of the fun of skating plus the names of rinks in Area. Health of Roseto in spotlight again. Jerald Bobrow, Easton, rabbi of the Temple Covenant of Peace. Obituary. Schools begin teaching about AIDS. Brodheadville School to accept boy with AIDS virus. Craig Stenger of Kunkletown is 6 years old. Applachian Trail has given hikers a wonderful scenic trail. Trail to observe 50th anniversary.

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Aug. 9

1987

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April 24

1987

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April 23

1987

Obituary - Anthony Schiavone of Bangor, PA, well- Easton Express known sculptor and papier-mache creations had gallery in his home. Obituary, Christina Marquand Welch, wife of Easton Express Lafayette professor, was writer of children's books.

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Aug. 10 June 28 Aug. 2 June 23 Aug. 12 June 10, 1987. March 1, 1987 Aug. 18

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Easton Baking Company - Account of its activities. Easton Express New York Italian Bakery in Phillipsburg, N.J. makes a specialty of wedding cakes. Great Bloomsbury Balloon Race held at Bloomsbury, NJ. Bangor, Pa rejects being the home of the proposed drunken-driving center. A new elementary school will be located on 90 acres of Bangor Park property. A court ruling bars 2 Bangor High School seniors from graduating ceromonies due to suspension for reckless driving. March 1st is designated as St. David's Day. The Welsh in Bangor celebrate. A new elementary school is to be located on 90 acres of Bangor Park property. Minor League baseball in Easton a possibility. Minor league baseball in Easton a possibity. Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express Express Times

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May 11, 1987

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Blairstown, NJ Blue Mountain Control Center Boxing

Aug. 3 June 11 April 28

1987 1987 1987

Account of town's library - the Catherine Dickson Express Hofman Library Located in Wind Gap. The 14-year-old computer Express replaced by a new $72,000 model. Obituary of Laurence Reina, former boxer and Express owner of Sportsman's Cafe at 6th and Northampton Streets, known as "Easton's Pride." Don Kroemmelbein starts business in Phillipsburg Express to polish and work in heavy metal. Miniature golf course erected on former site of swimming pool Nazareth National Bank and Trust Company builds a branch at 3rd & Ferry Street. Lafayette Trust Bank president, James P. Greer resigns. New bank in Easton slated for early 1988 to be located in the Alpha building, Called the First National Bank by owner George Switlyk who is developing several other projects in Easton. Express Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express

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March 19

1987

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July 6 July 1 July 15 July 5

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June 6

1987

First National Bank of Bath in East Allen Township Easton Express from the 1 year anniversary of the bank robbery. Lafayette Trust Bank acquired by bank holding company - Fulton Financial of Lancaster, Pa. Easton Express

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Oct. 16

1987

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Oct. 22

1987

Lafayette Trust Bank ex-chief guilty of tax evasion. Easton Express James P. Greer pleaded guilty to 2 counts of income tax evasion. Lafayette Trust Bank ex-chief James P. Greer Easton Express pleaded guilty to 2 counts of income tax evasion.

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Business - Lawyers Business - Poetry Camp Hugh Beaver Camp Town Canal Festival Cats Chinese

Jan. 14 Aug. 11 March 19 March 18 July 5 Aug. 9 Jan. 25

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Easton Attorney E. Jerome Brose found guilty of bookmaking Angelo DeLuca of Phillipsburg, a local poet. to be sold by YMCA Jewish Community Center to sell area day camp due to lack of money. 1987 event at Hugh Moore Park. Account of the event Joyce Ahles houses cats for SPCA at her home. Chinese culture in Lehigh Valley. ChineseAmericans try to balance culture of both worlds. Easton marks the celebration of first public Christmas tree in America by planting a 20-foot tree in Scott's Park on Larry Holmes Drive

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April 27

1987

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Clinton, NJ Clothing Trade

April 11 July 15

1987 1987

Clinton is the town in tv movie "The incredible Ida Express Early" Country Hill Corp. shut down caused by a dispute Express-Times over use of bathrooms by employees. An account of the activities of the Elks Lodge located in South Easton on Packer Street New age ruling add years to Easton group. Age 2140 instead of old ruling of 18-35 Account of its members and activities Festival of Arts nets 1000 dollars for 1988 Winter Olympics Northampton County prepares to celebrate with many plans Commencement speaker at Lehigh University Easton Express

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Clubs - Elks

October 26 1987

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June 30

1987

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October 5 1987 March 16 1987 July 20 May 31 1987 1987

Delaware Canal Delaware River - Bridges Delaware River - Bridges Delaware Water Gap Demolition

May 4 Feb. 22 Jan. 29 June 1 July 25

1987 1987 1987 1987 1987

Repairs to canal from Easton to New Hope being planned The toll booths subject to change Toll booth changes approved Mountain House, Delaware Water Gap landmark, destroyed by fire Buildings at 133-135, 141-147 Northampton St. to be demolished for a 10-story building on the site.

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Dentists Dentists Disabled Persons

Oct. 13 Oct. 30 Oct. 16

1987 1987 1987

Obit. For Dr. Herbert Holland who was in practice Easton Express in Easton for 47 years. Obit. for Dr. William H. Schuler, dentist in Easton Easton Express for 50 years. Lehigh Valley Center for Independent Living is Express located in Hanover Township. Account of its work. Obituary of Dr. Donald Haff of Lower Macungie Township. Chiropractor Ken Hillman plies his trade as carpenter and builder after regular office hours. Center located in St. John's Lutheran Church, 4th and Ferry Streets is studied and evaluated. Many of the church members voice concern. Easton Express Easton Express

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Doctors Doctors

Oct. 12 Oct. 22

1987 1987

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Drop-in Centers

April 16

1987

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May 18 March 20 Oct. 30 Oct. 31

1987 1987 1987 1987

St. John's Church allows center to remain at the Express church. Student at Shawnee sniffs "rush;" others in school Express using drugs. Morning drug raid by Easton Police nets 19 arrests Express Morning drug raid by Easton Police nets 19 arrests Express

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Drunken Drivers

July 14

1987

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July 16

1987

Easton Cemetery

June 14

1987

Easton Hospital

Feb. 23

1987

Center for drunken drivers will be located in Wilson in the Public Safety Building, Butler St. & Hay Terrace Center for drunken drivers will be located in Wilson in the Public Safety Building, Butler ST. & Hay Terrace Gateway and superintendent's house designed by William Michler. To get a face lift. Plans to place 138 year old site on National Register of Historic Places. corporate changes in the health-care system are now under the name of Valley Health System

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1987

Corporate changes in the health-care system are Easton Express now under the name of Valley Health system. List of trustees Downtown gym closes its doors- its members as a result lose their money. Marx room relocated in downstairs of building with humity control. Located in Norristown, Pa., 90 minutes from Easton. Lehigh Valley officials press for "911" system. Savage Industries in East Allen Township kills one, injures twenty-two. Located in Roseto, Pa. is not 7 years old. Located in the former Columbus Elementary School. Class of 1987 had 5 graduates. Form historical group to research its history. Okays plans for shopping mall. Approves new Laneco plaza to be constructed along Sullivan Trail. Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express

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Easton Hospital - Trustees Easton Olympic Gym Easton Public Library Elmwood Park Zoo Emergency Squad - Emergency System Explosions, Blasts, Etc. Faith Christian School

Feb. 12 Aug. 20 July 12 June 21 April 10 Jan. 7 June 6

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Flicksville, Pa. Forks Township Forks Township

July 3 March 13 March 27

1987 1987 1987

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Forks Township Forks Township - Shopping Center Forks Township - Shopping Center French Language Girl Scouts Grifo, Richard D.

Oct. 18 Feb. 10 Feb. 6 April 5 March 8 April 11

1987 1987 1987 1987 1987 1987

Maria Ann Wynne of Forks Township is crowned Miss Lehigh Valley of 1988. New Laneco shopping plaza planned. New Laneco shopping plaza planned.

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After school lessons in French. Taught in home of Easton Express a family in Palmer Township. Celebrate 75th anniversary. Easton Express Receives plaque from Pa. Domestic Relations Easton Express Association and Lafayette Trust Bank for his work in realigning the domestic relations office after the 1984 embezzlement. Wheel chair of Ray Jackson was stolen. Replaced by Young's Medical Equipment. Wheel chair of Ray Jackson was stolen. Replaced by Young's Medical Equipment. Wheel chair of Ray Jackson was stolen. Replaced by Young's Medical Equipment. Easton, Pa. celebrates its birthday with plans for Heritage Day. Heritage Day, 1988 celebrations also marks Easton's 100th anniversary of its founding. Celebration for 10th annual festival to feature Ralph Archibald as Benjamin Franklin. Located 60 miles North of Easton, Phillips area. Park is tops among parks. Moves his boxing events from Stabler Arena to State Theater. Holds his annual Kids' Day. Homeless women find shelter at local YWCA. Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express

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High Point State Park Holmes, Larry Holmes, Larry Homeless

April 12 Jan. 9 June 19 Feb. 2

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Homesteading Houses, Historic - Thompson, William H. Hugh Moore Parkway

Aug. 5 Aug. 6

1987 1987

Easton may bring back homesteading by selling Easton Express houses for 1 dollar. House purchased in 1886, by Charles Kessler in Easton Express family 101 years, located at 326 Brodhead Street. 2 mules - Copper and Jackson replace retirees Jennie and Jesse. Party held at Canal Museum. Easton Express

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1987

Hugh Moore Parkway Italians Jacobsburg

July 12 Aug. 3 May 3

1987 1987 1987

Canal festival draws huge crowds despite the heat. Easton Express Italian Day. Lou Reda honored with ItalianAmerican Award. Virginia & Joseph Lopresti record history at site of Henry's gun factory. To be honored by the Jacobsburg Historical Society. Owners file eviction notices. Complaints by tenants. Evictions show need for affordable housing in Easton. City seeks assistance for tenants. Publics help sought in relocating tenants. Tenants picket in Centre Square on Heritage Day. Easton Express Easton Express

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Kennedy Gardens Kennedy Gardens Kennedy Gardens Kennedy Gardens Kennedy Gardens Kennedy Gardens Kennedy Gardens

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Tenants plan legal strategy. Renovations to begin Easton Express in some apartments. Owners, Bonnie and Theodore Kroemmelbein say Easton Express their investment has not paid off. Housing resident receive eviction notices. New owner to reburnish the units at new rates. Housing resident receive eviction notices. New owner to reburnish the units at new rates. Easton Express

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June 10

1987

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June 2, 7, 15, 17 Aug. 6 June 11 June 15

1987

Housing resident receive eviction notices. New owner to reburnish the units at new rates.

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1987 1987 1987

Easton house, 326 Brodhead Street in family for Easton Express 101 years. She could have beat the heat of Lafayette college. Easton Express Easton Express editorial. U.S. Rep Don Ritter denounces Lafayette faculty Easton Express for its protest of the commencement speaker. She could have beat the heat of Lafayette college. Easton Express editorial. Discussion of ex-teacher R. K. Mathews' tenure at Lafayette. He is now employed at Lehigh University. Degree for Jeanne L. Kirpatrick creates a disagreement among the faculty. Degree for Jeanne L. Kirpatrick creates a disagreement among the faculty. Degree for Jeanne L. Kirpatrick creates a disagreement among the faculty. Faculty says it did not aim to bar speaker Jeanne Kirpatrick from the commencement. City closes 6 fraternities after inspection by health and fire officials. 1987 graduation ceremony lacks speaker, Jeanne Kirpatrick Local youngsters get lessons in basketball from college coaches Pat Fisher & Koeff, etc. Easton Express Express

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June 8 Jan. 9

1987 1987

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Lafayette College - Faculty Lafayette College - Faculty Lafayette College - Faculty Lafayette College - Faculty Lafayette College - Fraternities Lafayette College - Graduation Lafayette College - Kirby Field House Lafayette College - Libraries

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Oct. 11

1987

Dedicates new wing of library which is named the Express William Simon Wing.

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1987

Lafayette College - Students Lafayette Rink Landfills, Sanitary Lehigh University

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Oct. 25

1987

Magna Carta Martin's Creek - Banks Martin's Creek - Banks Mary Meuser Library Merrill Creek Merrill Creek Merton Wildlife Sanctuary Models Musikfest Musikfest NAACP

March 25 Feb. 10 Feb. 14 Oct. 15 April 12 Feb. 9 Aug. 18 Jan. 26 Aug. 23 Aug. 28 Aug. 24

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Alumnus William E. Simon establishes a $50,000. scholarship for economically-disadvantaged and minority students. Survey finds downtown Easton ignored by students of the college. Changes name to Lafayette Hall Williams Township okays landfill expansion by Chrin Co. Lehigh to establish the Iacocca Institute for American Enterprise with Lee Iacocca to lead the $40 million campaign. Located in the former Homer Research Laboratories. Ground breaking of the new Murray H. Goodman Stadium costing $3.5 million .Located on the Saucon Valley Campus. Coming to the Lehigh Valley. Gunman hold up local bank. Gunman hold up local bank. Celebrates its 25th anniversary.

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Construction of Dam in Harmony Township costin Easton Express 217 million dollars. Reservoir may be finished on schedule. Easton Express Located in Williams Township. Easton Express Easton native, Rick Stanley is a male model for men's clothing advertisements. Held at Bethlehem. Created in 1983. An account of its activities. Held at Bethlehem. Created in 1983. An account of its activities. Honors Deborah Wilson for her work with black children. Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express

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Nazareth National Bank and Oct. 14 Trust Co. Nazareth National Bank and Oct. 28 Trust Co. Nazareth, Pa. - Christian School June 11 Nazareth, Pa. - Mayors Nazareth, Pa. - National Bank April 1 Feb. 25

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Located a branch at Ferry and South 3rd Street in Easton Express Easton. Opened. Easton Express Founded in 1979. Account of its history. Has final closing. Robert Reichard, last burgess and first Mayor is honored. Nazareth National Bank to erect a bank building on South Third Street next to Perkins Restaurant. Nazareth National Bank to erect a bank building on South Third Street next to Perkins Restaurant. Easton Express Easton Express Easton Express

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March 12

1987

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Nazareth, Pa. - Raceway

Aug. 2

1987

To reopen auto racing. Opened 1968 with 1/8 mile Easton Express tract. Closed in 1970's due to bankruptcy. Roxy Theatre built in 1921. Description and Easton Express history. Pioneer marchers have a brief stay in Easton while Easton Express on their journey. Business, Industrial & Profession Association Easton Express honors 4 persons: James Gischel, Bill Mutchler, Barry Creger, Terry Schmoyer. Chief DiVietro who served for 25 years is honored Easton Express by Easton High School with a portrait. Show off new police station. Easton Express Police officials say they had no input in the Easton Express building of the new police building. To close its doors after 20 years of service. Had Easton Express offices in Easton, Bethlehem, Allentown, and Slate Belt.

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Oct. 19 July 26 April 15

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Jan. 25

1987

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Oct. 13 March 9 June 17

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Pen Argyl, Pa.

May 31

1987

Marjorie May runs annual garage sale to raise money for the Peace Corps' work in Africa. City offer rabies shots at a discount rate for animals at city garage. Supt. Judith Smith resigns. Supt. Judith Smith resigns. Starts a revitalization program. 2 businesses start renovations. Coach Rick Thompson apologizes to a board member. Re-elected as wrestling coach. Board fires Rick Thompson, coach despite protests by sports fans. Ex-Supt., Judith Smith takes post at East Stroudsburg University. Located in Paradise Township, Monroe County, to close. Relaxing retreats in Poconos feature quaint time. Body of girl found, July 15, 1982 still unknown. Buried in Cedar Ridge Cemetery, Blairstown, N.J. Wilson woman names new director - Marynell Strunk to start on August 3. National Quilting Association has show at Lafayette College. National Quilting Association has show at Lafayette College. Located in Washington, N.J. and owned by 2 women. St. Peter's Lutheran Church observes its centennial anniversary of the building of the church. Jan. 22, 1887 was dedication of the building.

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Pets Phillipsburg School District Phillipsburg School District Phillipsburg, N.J. Phillipsburg, N.J. - School District Phillipsburg, N.J. - School District Phillipsburg, N.J. - School District Pocono Central Catholic High School Poconos Princess Doe

April 17 Aug. 14 Aug. 18 March 1 July 10 June 2 Oct. 13 Oct. 27 May 10 July 15

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ProJeCt Quilting Quilting Radio Station WSRR-AM Raubsville, Pa. - Churches

July 23 June 22 June 25 June 7 Oct. 3

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Reda, Lou Roads - Route 22 Roads - Route 22 Roseto, Pa. Roseto, Pa. Roseto, Pa. Roseto, Pa.

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1987 1987 1987 1987 1987 1987 1987

Lou Reda honored with Italian-American Day Award. Rumble strips to be placed on the road. Mayor Panto offers plan to make Route 22 safer.

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To celebrate 75th anniversary. To start August 21. Easton Express To celebrate 75th anniversary. To start August 21. Easton Express To celebrate 75th anniversary. To start August 21. Easton Express 94th annual religious celebration of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel to be held on the grounds of the Pius X High School. 94th annual religious celebration of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel to be held on the grounds of the Pius X High School. Creates own flag for its diamond jubilee of 75 years. Plans for construction on a 1.7 acre tract land overlooking Lehigh River South of Washington Street near the Praxis building; also a 2-6 acre tract North of Washington Street. Easton Express

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July 21

1987

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May 28 Jan. 8

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Rosewood Court

July 16

1987

Site in Courthouse area, 4-3 acre development at Easton Express Washington, Union, South Fifth and Lehigh Streets gets okay from city council. To cost $12 million. To cost $2 million; located on Washington, Union, Easton Express Lehigh, and South 5th Streets. Volunteer Fire Company to celebrate 75th Easton Express anniversary.

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1987 1988

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Bangor, PA - Memorial Day Observance. Belfast - Hartman's Two Restaurant. Bethlehem Township, PA Library Bethlehem Township, PA Library Business - Bethlehem Steel Business - Bethlehem Steel Business - Bookstores

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1988

1988 1988 1988

Lt. Col. Herbert Frye has placed a wreath on his friend's grave for 50 years. His friend, Lt. Harold Dietz died Sept. 11, 1938. No description Bethlehem Township signs contract for service with Bethlehem Public Library. Bethlehem Township has an unnamed "angel" who may build a library for the township.

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1988 1988 1988

Bethlehem Steel Corporation dedicates its Easton Express modernized mill. Bethlehem Steel leases space in Martin Tower to Easton Express Union Pacific. Books on the Square, located in the Alpha Easton Express Building. Operated by Israel Mater. Sells first editions and old books dating to the 16th century. Also owns Hive Publishing Company. Celebrates its 155th anniversary Strikers halt workers "Pfizer Inc. has been in Easton since 1962." History of Pfizer Inc. 1849-Oct. 5, 1988. Sheridan Printing located at 1425 3rd Ave., Alpha, NJ, was started in 1956. Clock located on Mrthampton Street in front of Orrs store replaced and repaired after damaged by Lanta bus in December. Commission oks a toll increase across Delaware River Bridge. As of July 12, toll rises from 15 cents to 25 cents, etc other charges Obituary of Dr. Norman S. Reiter, podiatist in Easton for 38 years. Express Express Express Express Express

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Business - Martin Guitar Co. Business - Martin Guitar Co. Business - Pfizer & Co. Business - Printing Clock

Feb. 27 May 16 Oct. 5 Feb. 27 June 19

1988 1988 1988 1988 1988

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Delaware River Joint Toll Bridge June 29 Commission

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1988

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Dorney Park Easton Post Office- Parking Eddyside Park Freemansburg

May 14 June 19

1988 1988

June 17, 21 1988 May 19 1988

Opens with a military theme Officials plan to create more Parking by demolishing nearby buildings. Easton plans another pool at the park. Bridge connecting Freemansburg and Bethlehem to be replaced by Pa. Dept. of Transportation. An account of the Complex and its history. Tenants forced to move. New owners to revive apartments and named the complex Lehigh Manor. Martin's Creek Presbyterian Church. Observances in the area. Observances in the area. Plans visit on June 13 to the National Blue Army Shrine of the Immaculate Heart of Mary in Washington, N.J. Plans visit on June 13 to the National Blue Army Shrine of the Immaculate Heart of Mary in Washington, N.J. Local men noted for their whiskers. Handicapped parking now eliminated from downtown Easton. Formally opened July 3, 1888 at 8 o'clock City Corney Band to play. Library station sponsored by the Bangor Public Library. Closed due to lack of funds. Phillips town council clears way for the mall. Poliner Family. Easton Post Office- Help it or lose it. Easton to start the program.

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Housing - Kennedy Gardens

May 29

1988

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Martin's Creek - Churches Memorial Day Memorial Day Mother Teresa

Oct. 16 May 26 May 29 June 17

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Mother Teresa

May 13

1988

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Mustaches Parking Paxinosa Inn Pen Argyl, Pa. - Library Phillipsburg, N.J. - Mall Poliner Family Postal Service-Pa. Easton Recreation - Recycling Project

June 19 May 13 June 23 May 10 May 4 June 26 June 13 May 19

1988 1988 1988 1988 1988 1988 1988 1988

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Riverside Park

June 18

1988

Plans for its renovations as endorsed by Easton planners are not acceptable by some residents. Account of the Guida's family. Husband and wife serve the community together. Valley radio stations get new sports talk shows. Jeff Moeller of WEEX & Dick Hammer of WEST. Places cornerstone on new municipal building on Main Street. Building also houses post office. Residents hoping the growth plan will keep the township rural. Remodels upper floor as possible artists lift. Historic recognition sought for village in Warren County, N.J. Adds new addition in Greenwich Township, NJ Obituary of Elias W. Spengler, former district attorney Sold by Paul E. Mack. Founded in 1902. Employs about 700. Lehigh Valley Dairies, Inc. plant in Allentown to close after 40 years. Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church Rte. 517 & Church St. celebrates 275th birthday. Picture of statue and free bridge-night scene Brochure pinpoints house tour highlights Photo of personnel. 1985 Park plans a facelift. Fills in pond - no longer home for the geese. Greenwich Twp.

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Roseto, Pa. Sports - Radio Shows

May 2 May 1

1988 1988

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Stockertown, Pa.

June 27

1988

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Williams Township A & D. Tile Beattytown, N.J. Business - Koh-I-Noor Rapidograph Inc. Business - Lawyers Business - Mack Printing Co. Business - Milk Churches - Lutheran - Zion, Oldwick, N.J. Columbus Statue Dwellings Easton, City of - Police Dept. Eddyside Park Gracedale - Golf Pond Greenwich, Twp., N.J.

June 23 Feb. 28 Jan. 25 Jan. 27 Jan. 14 Jan. 13 Jan. 14 Jan. 14 Jan. 27 May 11 June 4 May 20 Jan. 27 March 5

1988 1989 1989 1989 1989 1989 1989 1989 1989 1989 1989 1989 1989 1989

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Grifo, Richard D. Grifo, Richard D. Homeless Homeless Ku Klux Klan Lafayette College - Libraries Laub Family Laub Family Mariton Minsi Lake

Jan. 23 Jan. 24 Jan. 23 Jan. 26 May 25 May 20 June 23 Oct. 3 Oct. 31 Jan. 16 & 17 Jan. 27

1989 1989 1989 1989 1989 1989 1989 1989 1989 1989

Ends full-time tenure in judgeship. Attains age of 70. Bar Association of Northampton County has ceremony marking his retirement. Shelter moving form Salvation Army building to College Hill Presbyterian Church. Concert to benefit homeless at church. Rally planned in Williams Township on Heritage Day. David B. Skillman Library receives $200,000 bequest from Floyd Zulli. Obituary of Dr. Irene Laub NCC lounge renamed for late Dr. Irene F. Laub. Wild life sanctuary in Williams Township. Lake owned by Pa. Fish Commission and maintained by County. 4 people drowned by walking out on the ice. Honors physicians for 50 years of service: Dr. Ella Auch; Dr. James J. Olney; Dr. George S. Barrett; Dr. Frederick T. Clarke. Zion Evan Lutheran Church celebrates 275th birthday. Board's payment to official, James Spagnola raises ethic issues. Repairs on Black Bridge will tie-up traffic in Spring. Library board backs regional facility. Expected to open this year. An account of the plans. Bid to move town hall fails when officials refused to pay for $1,200 study. Born to Phillipsburg couple - Brian and Rolanda Martino. 2 girls, 3 boys.

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Northampton County Medical Society Oldwock, N.J. Palmer Township - Recreation Board Phillipsburg, N.J. - Bridges Phillipsburg, N.J. - Library Phillipsburg, N.J. - Mall Phillipsburg, N.J. - Town Hall Quintuplets

1989

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1989 1989 1989 1989 1989 1989 1989

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Ritter, Don

Jan. 18

1989

Sher, Jack Trolley Transportation Wars - World War II Wilson Borough Business - Bethlehem Corporation Business - Ingersoll-Rand Business - Pfizer & Co. Crater, Joseph Force Easton, City of - Fire Department - Stations - South Side Home for Aged Women Home for Aged Women Merchants National Bank of Bangor Business - Cement Industry Collier, Dennis

May 24 May 8 Dec. 28 Jan. 11 Sept. 9 Oct. 7 June 3 Aug. 5 Sept. 24

1989 1989 1989 1989 1990 1990 1990 1990 1990

U.S. Representative's former campaign manager, Jerome Kendrachuck, indicted for theft of $10,000 funds. Cited for his work as a volunteer. Named outstanding volunteer senior citizen. Looking Back: Trolley Buffs Conduct a Trip into Past "We remember ...World War II" Council plans to consolate Borough offices under new roof. Bethlehem Corporation I-R primes plant for the future. After sale, Pfizer eyes area growth. Justice of the Supreme Court, State of New York Picking a site for a fire station

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1990 1990 1990

Old Folks at Home. Express Old Folks at Home: Elderly Women have a Refuge. Express With confidence in community: as investors back new banks, Bangor celebrates a centennial. Keystone Cement burns up the field to win Joe Isuzu award. Of Flicksville "He finds freedom in carving wood" Express

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April 7 Jan. 9

1992 1992

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Delaware River Joint Toll Bridge Jan. 19 Commission

1992

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Delaware River Joint Toll Bridge Commission Delaware River Joint Toll Bridge Commission Delaware River Joint Toll Bridge Commission Easton Area Industrial Land Development Co. Easton, City of - Streets Environment Gournet, Geoffroy Marhefka, Joe Swick, Thomas Theaters - State Theater Bartosh, Larry Boyd, Julianne Mamana

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1992 1992 1992 1992 1992 1992 1992 1992 1992 1992 1993 1993 1993 1993 1994 1994 1994 1994

No details No details No details Easton group celebrates 30 years of jobs, progress. The real story of the Easton streets Book paints bleak environmental picture of Lehigh Valley. "Taking his best shot" firearms engraver. Gridiron Great is picture of modesty. Author Unquiet Days . A new broom: State Theater director is committed to building anew. "Bangor sculptor inspired by surroundings". Julianne Mamana Boyd Sertoma cites former head of city library. Monument marks influential Easton Family. Asa Packer mansion Asa Packer mansion Asa Packer mansion

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Moyer, Jane April 22 Wagener, David April 11 Carbon County, PA - Jim Thorpe Oct. 10 Carbon County, PA - Jim Thorpe Oct. 11 Carbon County, PA - Jim Thorpe Oct. 12 Churches - Lutheran - Zion, Oldwick, N.J. Janney, Rebecca Price Jim Thorpe - Asa Packer Mansion Aug. 19

Aug. 18

1994

Oct. 10, 11, 1994 12

Hunterdon County congregation celebrates 280 Easton Express years in the new world. Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church, Oldwidk, N.J. Phillipsburg author of young adult mystery series Morning Call featuring Heather Reed. Asa Packer Mansion. Morning Call

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March, Francis Andrew Monroe County, Pa. Tobyhanna Township Packer, Asa Plainfield Township, Northampton Co., PA Upper Mt. Bethel Township Washington Township, Northampton County., PA Weller, Carl Weller, Carl Weller, Carl Haidt, John Valentine Easton Library Association

March 1 July 5

1994 1994

"Marching along to a true sound." Lost lakes. Asa Packer Mansion. Dr. Lee R. Graver donates land in Plainfield to Moravian College for aboretum. Union school restoration. Article on Greenwalk Trout Hatchery. Died. Obit. Services. Moravian artist. "The Easton Library Association begs to call attention to the fact that it has recently added a number of new books to its shelves, comprising some of the latest works of fiction and general literature.A visit to the library will well repay the lover of

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Easton Library Association

Oct. 2

1996

The first annual meeting of the Easton Library Express Times Association was held last evening. The association took possession of the library Thursday March 6. The daily visitors to the library have averaged 50, and 300 to 400 books have been loaned weekly." Yesterye

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