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Cooperstown independent. (Cooperstown, NY) 1996-199?, July 31, 1996, Image 16

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i'- r 1 I ContiRiiedi £r@m l^age 4 Sea 1/C W illiam P. Clark received his dis^isharge from the Navy on Friday of last week at the Alameda, Calif. Naval Air Station and has returned to the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Clark on M ain street. He was in the service two years. Corp. John Staffin has returned to his home on Grove street following his discharge from the U.S. Marine Corps. He served two and one-half years over­ seas, part o f that time on Saipan and Okinawa. For the past nine months he has been stationed in Japan. July 31,1946 Twenty Five Years Ago The emeigency squad o f the Cooperstown R ie l>epaitment observed its first anniversary last week. During its initid year of operation, the squad answered 217 calls, according to Alton Dunn, Jr., (he squad’s sfatistidan. Communication. To the l^ t o n Have you th o u ^ t what the view would be like M our present fire h d l were tom down and r^laced with a low sleek modem facility? Traveling down Chestnut toward Main S t your eyes woidd gaze on the rear entrances of all the business estabhshments iiom Sheny’s toPWilips’CcfisttaetiohCo. I am not criticizing these entrances, indeed I am in favor of delivety entrances t o t are fiincdond r a t e than athaC' tive, as long as t e 0*® hidden from public view.. As soon as you expose diese s i^& to the public view, then lay opinion changes. continue to tear down our q u ^ t buildings and replace them with today's modem arc¥teeture, we become like any other place in America. We reduce our­ selves to the level of average. A Concerned Fireman. July 28,197i m j m m s C o n tinued firom Page 1 Hal Newhouser, Hoyt Wilhelm, Fergie Jenkins, Bob Feller, Gaylord Perry, Whitey Ford, Warren S p ^ , Lew Burdette (at Collector's World); Steve Carlton, Enos Slaughter, Bob Feller, Buck OTMeil, membera of the Rockford Peaches femde baseball team (at J J. Newberry Co.); sportscaster Bob Wolff (at Main Street Books & Music); Pete Rose, Duke /Snider (at American Basebi^ Experience). Sunday, Aug. 4 - Steve Carlton, f&rmon Killebrew (at Mickey's Place); Frank Robinson, Bob Feller, Enos Slaughter, Gaylord Peny, Reggie Jackson, Richie Ashbura, Joe Pepitone, \Double Dufy\ Radcliife, Ralph Branca, Lou Brock, Phil R h ^ to, Feigie Jenkins (at TJ's Place); l o b Feller, Fergie Jenkins, Eddie Mathews, Richie Ashburn, George Kell, iloyt Wilhelm, Gaylord Peny, Bnes Slaughter, WanenSpahn, Lew Burdette (at Collector's Worid); Buck O’Neil, members of the Rockford Peaches female base­ ball team (at J. J. Newbeny (3o.); Pete Rose, Puke Snider (at American Baseball Experience). Monday, Aug. 5 - Bob Feller (at Mickey's Place); Bob Feller, Enos Slaughter, Wairen Spahn, (jaylord Peny, Reggie Jackson, Phil Rizzuto (at TJ's Place); Bob Feller, Wmren Spahn, Lew Burdette, Hal Newhouser, George Kell, Enos Slaughter, Billy Williams, WilHe Stargell, Whitey Ford (at Collector's World); Yogi Berra, Phil Rizzuto, Whitey Ford (at J.J. Newberry Co.). HOF 1 Confeittuied from Page 1 will sing the National Anthem. The invocation will be deliv­ ered by Bishop William Boyd Grove of United Methodist Church in Albany. Induction Ceremonies will be held on the grounds of the C lark Sports Center, located on low er Susquehanna Avenue in Cooperstown. In addltton to Buniung and W eaver acceptlE^ their plaques. Bill F o st^, Jr., SOB o f BIB Foster, and Edward Haidon, grand­ son o f Med Hanlon, will ^ s o accept tbe honors. | i . . N s w » | s r f t t h iR -N iw lB S S O o rsloas |3-hlevv19&SLamlnas ©-New 199S 4WO 8-10’S 1 - New 1996 2 W 0 1/9 Ton C1500 p.u. 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