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The Medina daily journal and Medina register. (Medina, N.Y.) 1932-1970, July 09, 1970, Image 1

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· · One Ma:n's Life The desperate need which felt today· for kindness · Wid CQnsideration in the ex- .·· traordinary demonstration ·just held in New York City. . There the patrons of a local A&P food store have proven · : how deeply they appreciated the unfailing service friend- an(!: concern given them by the store manager. When they lea·rned of Nanna's slaying _by armed robbers, there was first· stunned unbelief ·. in the neighborhood, then a vast outpouring of sym- pathy for. his young family and of a deteqnination to show appreciation. for what his genial and generous at- , titude had meant to t~ . community. . . Newspaper reporters, sent . to cover the story, heard from every side a multitude of accounts of Mr. Nanna's . special concern for children, ·the old, the blind, and the · poor. It is apparent that his feeling of fraternity with all made him one of those central, indispensable fig- ures around which a com- munity's life turns plea--- . santly. It was, of c o u r s e, to spread this sense of brother- hood and kindliness which led St. John to utter his · profound plea: \let us love one another.\ He saw that such · a frame of thought and deed would transform life on earth. And everyone, in whatever walk of life, WhO follows this admonition, does indeed help uplift the human condition. -Christian Science Monitor . oters Reiect Bond T .. . H·.E::- .. ~ - . . VOL. 68-NO. 114 Accused of Issuing ,000 In Rubber Checks .. ' ' M!DtNA REGISi'ER MEDINA, NEW YORK, THURSDAY, JULY 9, 1970 OURNAL $'WJeotlfe, Variaple clouds with a few showers or thu:n,. der -showers likely thru Friday. High both :lays near 80, low tonight about 60. Saturday· fair, high about 80. Winds light variable. · s . }'RICE 10 CENTS • • e icopter iet • ras

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