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LEGAL RECORDS
WISHING WELL.
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NIAGARA CO. CLERKS OFFICE
February 9, 1SS7
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City of North Tonawand* to Lilia
C. D'Anfelo, North Tonawanda.
Registered TJ. S. Patent Office.
My United Press International
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Today is Thursday, Feb. 23,
the 54th day of 1967 with 311 to
follow.
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The evening stars are Venus,
Jupiter, and Saturn.
Those bom today are under
A t sign of Pisces.
German composer Frederic
Handel was born on this day in
1685.
On this day in history:
In 1847. General Zachary
and his
American
defeated General Santa
in the battle of Buena
Vista, Mexico.
In 1965, movie comedian Stan
Laurel of Laurel and Hardy
famed died at the age of 74.
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JUDGMENT
Marine Midland Trust Company
of Western N. Y. va Carol Berradi,
Sll Bryant St., North Tonawanda,
$663.28.
DEED
Robert B. and Frances J. Hall to
George H. and Roberta A. McCoy,
North Tonawanda.
Thursday, February 23, 1967
Lockport Linoleum A Appliance
NIAGARA CO. CLERK'S OFFICE
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Co.
vs Don Colts, 5960 Oliver St.,
Feb. 10, 1SS7
North Tonawanda, $84.89.
JUDGMENTS
MORTGAGE
John Marinello vs Jacob Eschenbach, 83 Main St., North TonawanRobert W. Warren and J*net F.
da and Bonnie Askey a-k-a Bonnie
Eschenbach, 83 Main St., North Warren, 59 Sunset Drive, N o r t h
Tonawanda, to Manufacturers and
Tonawanda. $65.38.
Marine Midland Trust Company Traders Trust Company, $9,800.
of Western New York vs Brian
DEEDS
Ewald, 89 Barnard St., Tonawanda.
Henry L. Gombert to Frank J.
fSftt.
Kar Service Centers Inc. vs Lou- and Josephine B. Tamburlin, North
is Duval and Raymond Duval. Tonawanda.
Walter H. Sprenger to William
d-b»a "A Better Cab Service" a-k-a
"ABC" 73-9th Ave., North Tonawan- and Phllomena DeMonte, N o r t h
Tonawanda.
da. $103.55.
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Nelson Says CIA Actions,
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WASHINGTON
(UPD-^en. of the National Student AssociaG ay lord Nelson charged today tion and other private groups;
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that secret CIA subsidies, government wiretapping and
wiretapping by the government eavesdropping; the U.S. Inforand the widespread use of mation Agency's subsidizing
detective agencies show a drift book publishing and writing,
toward "police-state tactics" in and the use of private detective
America's free society.
agencies by corporations and
Such practices are "un- *>me government units.
American," the Wisconsin Dem- Fear Police State
N.V. STATE'S LARGEST
ocrat said, and their worst "I think we have reason to be
feature is that "the victims are gravely concerned as to whethour own citizens and in many er the United States, perhaps
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cases they are completely unwillingly and unwittingly, is
innocent of any wrongdoing."
veering away from its traditionn Afl Week Days
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full
congresal
role as a free society and
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sional investigation of "this drifting
toward
a
passive
whole sordid business."
acceptance of the repulsive
In his
prepared Senate t a ^ s ot a P01"* » tate '" h e
speech, Nelson called attention s a i d to these practices: The Central Nelson deplored the use of
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Intelligence Agency's financing private detectives by General
Motors in investigating auto
critic Ralph Nader, the spying
prevalent in industrial competition, and Florida Gov. Claude
R. Kirk's use of a private
detective agency to investigate
crime and corruption. That
agency is the George Wackenhut Corp., which has offices
nationwide.
Nelson noted that the agency
has a $23 miUion-a-year business, including a $3 rnillion-ayear Atomic Energy Commission contract.
"This gigantic organization,
with its tentacles in politics and
other affairs over much of the
globe, presumably will have
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that the Wackenhut firm was
also engaged by a House
committee investigating
the
affairs of Rep. - elect Adam
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Clayton Powell.
It was also confirmed that a
trade union received secret CIA
funds that apparently were used
to help organize labor strikes in
British Guiana in 1962 and 1963
when Marxist Dr. Cheddi Jagan
was premier.
Robert Hastings, executive
assistant to the president of the
American Federation of State,
County and Municipal Employes, told UPI that up to
$60,000 a year in CIA funds was
channeled
to the union through
features new "Flush-Front" Styling! the Gotham
Foundation from
1959 to 1964.
For some of that period, the
union's leaders at the time
knew the source of the money
and decided to use it anyway,
he said.
The exposure of numerous
such CIA "cover" foundations,
meantime, caused a House panel
to decide to re-open its
investigation of the nation's
foundations.
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