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  • OLD-TIME SKIING
  • Fort Ross, Calif. -A Russian Outpost in 1812
  • Letter to the Editor 10 -- No Title
  • IRKED ON INTERSTATES
  • the traveler's world; Ethiopia: The Biblical Image Persists
  • MEMORIES OF HELEN
  • Don't Ask for Sherry When You're on Madeira
  • Letter to the Editor 11 -- No Title; BETWEEN DRINKS
  • The Lunar Express; Has Already Left The Lunar Express Has Already Left
  • DUBLIN AIRPORT
  • SEEING LONDON
  • Letter to the Editor 9 -- No Title
  • Letter to the Editor 7 -- No Title
  • Sing Along With Fridtjof Nansen; Sing Along With Fridtjof Nansen
  • HOW MANY JAPANESE?
  • Big Plans For Long Weekends; Big Plans for a Long Weekend
  • Letter to the Editor 8 -- No Title
  • What's It Like? Take a Trip and Find Out!
  • CULTURAL SHOCK'
  • Critics Slam the Brakes On 'Growling, Smelly' Snowmobiles
  • By the Political Sea; By Katie Louchheim. 293 pp. New York: Doubleday & Co. $7.95.
  • Have You Dug Wall Drug?; Do You Dig Wall Drug
  • Letter to the Editor 5 -- No Title
  • To Sail a Car and Anchor a Memory; To Sail a Car And Anchor a Memory
  • Caribbean Upheld as Vacation Home Area
  • The Moon as Tourist Trap? That's Not Really So Far Out; The Moon as Tourist Trap? Not Really So Far Out
  • The Tuesday Cabinet; By Henry F. Graff. 200 pp. Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall. $6.95.
  • Letter to the Editor 6 -- No Title
  • High School Insulated From Plane Noise
  • Ferro Defends Handling of New Building Code
  • Father's Day; By William Goldman. 215 pp. New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich. $5.95.
  • Miracles; By Philip Oakes. 239 pp. New York: The John Day Company. $5.95.
  • Something In the Wind; By Lee Smith. 244 pp. New York: Harper & Row. $6.95.
  • To Defend, To Destroy; By James Reston Jr. 223 pp. New York: W. W. Norton & Co. $5.95.
  • The Commoner; William Jennings Bryan. By Charles Morrow Wilson. 487 pp. New York: Doubleday & Co. $10.
  • Iago; Some Approaches to the Illusion of His Motivation. By Stanley Edgar Hyman. 180 pp. New York: Atheneum. ...
  • Memories of A Non-Jewish Childhood; By Robert Byrne. 192 pp. New York: Lyle Stuart. $5.95.
  • The House Of the Deer; By D. E. Stevenson. 208 pp. New York: Holt, Rinehart & Winston, $5.95.
  • Lassiter's Folly; By Nathaniel Benchley. 313 pp. New York: Atheneum. $6.95.
  • Criminals At Large
  • The New Centurions; By Joseph Wambaugh. 376 pp. Boston: Little, Brown & Co. $6.95.
  • Mishima
  • Genesis, 1948
  • Papillon (Continued)
  • Velga; By Ivan Bunin. Translated from the Russian by Guy Daniels. Illustrated by Sarah Reader. 30 pp. ...
  • The Peppersalt Land; By Marilyn Harris. 218 pp. New York: Four Winds Press. $4.95. (Ages 10 to 16)
  • A Talk With Joseph Wambaugh
  • Goblin Market; By Christina Rossetti. Illustrated by Arthur Rackham. 45 pp. New York: Franklin Watts. ...
  • The Long Journey; By Barbara Corcoran. Illustrated by Charles Robinson. 187 pp. New York: Atheneum. ...
  • That Man Cartwright
  • The Quest For Christa T.; By Christa Wolf. Translated by Christopher Middleton. 185 pp. New York: Farrar, ...
  • The Americas and Civilization; By Darcy Ribeiro. Translated from the Portuguese by Linton Lomas Barrett ...
  • Duel of Eagles; By Peter Townsend. Illustrated. 480 pp. New York: Simon & Schuster. $9.95.
  • There Is No Such Place As America; By Peter Bichsel. Translated from the German by Michael Hamburger. ...
  • Ludwig Wittgenstein; By David Pears. 208 pp. New York: The Viking Press. Cloth, $5.95. Paper, $1.95.
  • The Paragon; By John Knowles. 210 pp. New York: Random House. $5.95.
  • Out of Their League; By Dave Meggyesy. Illustrated. 257 pp. Berkeley, Calif.: The Ramparts Press. $6.95.
  • Freud; By O. Mannoni. Translated from the French by Renaud Bruce. Illustrated. 215 pp. New York: Pantheon ...
  • Farragan's Retreat; By Tom McHale. 311 pp. New York: The Viking Press. $6.95. Farragan's Retreat
  • Two Worlds of Childhood; U.S. and U.S.S.R. By Urie Bronfenbrenner, With the Assistance of John C. Condry ...
  • Bridge; Take a lesson from Columbus -Explore a bit
  • ANTI-SEMITISM AND ANTI-ZIONISM
  • Dahlberg on Dreiser, Anderson and Dahlberg; Dahlberg
  • Violence and the Police; A Sociological Study of Law, Custom and Morality. By William A. Westley. 222 ...
  • The Middle East in Revolution; By Humphrey Trevelyan. 275 pp. Boston: Gambit. $5.95. Middle East In Revolution
  • SMUT-FREE
  • The Confessions Of Edward Dahlberg; 312 pp. New York: George Braziller. $6.50. Confessions
  • Pattern on pattern
  • The logic of shirts
  • Something to yodel about
  • Man in Space Or Chip in Space?; Man in space or chip in space?
  • The FemLib Case Against Sigmund Freud; The FemLib case against Freud
  • TREMBLEY EQUALS SWIMMING RECORD; Tennessee Cub Heads List of Season's Best Times
  • Letter to the Editor 3 -- No Title
  • GREATEST NATURAL DISASTER"
  • The story of a Greek village, as told by a native son . . .; To Understand Greece, Go to Lia To understand ...
  • Would You Buy A Used Manuscript From This Man?; Would you buy a used MS. from this man?
  • THE TRUTHS ABOUT FINCH
  • Letter to the Editor 2 -- No Title
  • Letter to the Editor 4 -- No Title
  • YALE DEFEATS ARMY IN SWIM FOR NO. 73
  • Article 18 -- No Title
  • Auto Races Are Sparked By Marlboro's $500,000
  • Middies to Man Yacht In Race Across Pacific
  • Article 17 -- No Title
  • OUR CHERI AMOUR FIRST IN MILITIA; Filly, $12.80, Beats 10 Colts in Liberty Bell Stakes
  • KANSAS CITY LOSES SOCCER FRANCHISE; Spurs Unable to Post Bond, Assure Owner Stability
  • WILLOWICK, $26.60, WINNER ON COAST; Captures $67,600 Stakes by Length -- Loud Runs 4th
  • FAVORECIDIAN WINS PIMLICO HANDICAP
  • Leeds Subdues Manchester City, 2-0, in English Soccer; VICTORS INCREASE LEAD TO 5 POINTS Arsenal Bows ...
  • BOLT AHEAD BY SHOT IN SENIOR GOLF TEST
  • Boat Show: 40 Years Before the Masts
  • Warriors Lose Portman
  • Pleasure Boat Manufacturers at the Coliseum Are Optimistic About 1971; $50-MILLION MARK PASSED IN SALES ...
  • Une de Mai Is French Trot Choice Today
  • Swalsky Is Promoted To Monticello Secretary
  • Little Daddie, Retired Min Pin, Is on Florida Vacation Circuit
  • Article 16 -- No Title
  • Rehitch Wins by 5 Lengths, Pays $4 at Lincoln Downs
  • Hart and 5 Others Sign Giant Baseball Contracts
  • Pruzansky Streak Hits 40, But Fairleigh Matmen Lose
  • Record Room' Suggested
  • Suns Sink Sonics, 134-116
  • Warriors Down Lakers
  • ROYALS DEFEAT ROCKETS, 116-110; Hayes Gets 44 as San Diego Loses 13th in 14 Games
  • Palmer Receives Bob Jones Award for 'Distinguished Sportsmanship in Golf'; WALKER CUP TEAM ALSO IS SELECTED ...
  • Cornell Tops Princeton, 3-2, In Overtime Hockey Game
  • The Knickerbockers
  • Who Was the Best?
  • Mrs. Beachman of Britain Sets 1,500-Meter Mark
  • Khan-Binns Team Advances In Squash Racquets Event
  • Article 13 -- No Title
  • NETS ARE VICTORS ON BARRY'S SURGE; Rick's 4 Points at Finish Beat Squires, 115-112
  • Article 15 -- No Title
  • Scranton Is Host to Stars
  • Potpourri
  • Article 12 -- No Title
  • WILLIAM SIX TOPS MIDDLEBURY BY 2-1
  • Article 14 -- No Title
  • Cougars Top Rockets, 114-109
  • Hot Rodders Race Friday
  • Iowa in Front
  • Boston U. Six Wins, 6-3
  • Rally Wins for Purdue
  • Wood, Field and Stream; Rediscovery of an Old Powder Horn Brings Memories, Hunting Plans
  • Article 10 -- No Title
  • U.C.L.A. on Top
  • Article 11 -- No Title
  • POOR AND UFFORD GAIN SEMIFINALS; Heckscher, Mir Also Move Up in Squash Racquets
  • West Virginia Wins
  • ST. JOHN'S DOWNS DARTMOUTH, 66-56; Cluess and Davis Set Pace as Redmen Notch 12th
  • Australia Is First to Enter World Cup Skiing in Quebec
  • PRINCETON DOWNS RUTGERS, 65 TO 58; Knights Falter in Last Half -- Gym in State Budget
  • British Jumping Team Rated Best in World Last Year
  • Notre Dame Upset
  • TEMPLE DEFEATS SYRACUSE BY 71-70; La Salle Downs Hofstra in Palestra Opener, 79-62
  • South Carolina Wins, 92-70
  • Kentucky Beats Vanderbilt
  • North Carolina Bolsters League Lead With 105-79 Victory Over Maryland; TAR HEELS RACE TO A 25-5 START ...
  • Steeplechasing Changes Intended to Woo Bettors
  • BROOKLYN SKATER SETS SPEED MARK; Mazzilli Breaks 440 Record in National Competition
  • Fairleigh Loses by 71-59
  • Monclair State Triumphs
  • Yale Defeats Colgate
  • ARMY TRACKMEN ROUT PENN STATE; Cadets Snap 2 Meet Marks on Way to 69-49 Victory
  • Columbia Keeps Ivy League Record Unblemished by Downing Cornell, 56-48; BIG RED IS FOILED BY 33 TURNOVERS ...
  • Article 9 -- No Title
  • Iona Downs LeMoyne
  • Mississippi Five Wins As Neumann Tallies 63
  • Undefeated Temple Beats Fordham's Fencers, 24-3
  • Season-Ticket Sales Surge As Patriots Get Plunkett
  • Princeton Takes 6 of 7 Field Events and Retains Jersey College Track Crown; FOUR TIGERS SNAP RECORDS ...
  • Article 8 -- No Title
  • Article 7 -- No Title
  • N.Y.U. Fencers Beat Navy
  • V.M.I. Rifle Coach Dies
  • Stranahan, Homenuik Share Lead in Maracaibo Open
  • Wright Again to Head Ox Ridge Show in June
  • N.Y.U. TURNS BACK COLUMBIA IN TRACK
  • HUN SENIOR SETS SHOT-PUT RECORD; Cortina Upsets Guevara in Cardinal Hayes Games
  • Ack Ack, a Cain Hoy Colt, Is Bought by Greer Garson
  • BOSTON COLLEGE TOPS SETON HALL; O'Brien's Late Scores Give Eagles 73-70 Victory
  • St. Francis Wins, 90-79
  • GRIMNES CAPTURES MIDDLEBURY JUMP
  • Mrs. Jones and Miss Casals Oklahoma Tennis Victors
  • C.C.N.Y. Edges Stony Brook
  • Article 6 -- No Title
  • Kings Point Beats Babson By 79-64, as Moore Stars
  • FitzGibbon Seeded First
  • Post Hits High of 114 Points
  • Nutmeg No. 3 Rink Wins
  • Article 5 -- No Title
  • Penguins Beat Hawks
  • Kings Tie Red Wings, 3 to 3
  • A.A.U. to Donate Funds From Series To Track Groups
  • Maple Leafs Turn Back Canadiens, 5-4, as Ullman Accounts for Two Goals; HENDERSON GETS TALLY, 3 ASSISTS ...
  • 71 Giants Look to Backfield Speed ...
  • ... as Jets Strengthen Running Game
  • New Owner at Portland Nine
  • Hull Nears Another Milestone: Richard's 544 Goals
  • Article 4 -- No Title
  • Keller Sets Skate Mark
  • U.S. BOBSLED OUT AS RACE IS PUT OFF; Mishap Forces 4-Man Team to Quit World Competition
  • Van Nostrand, Gerulatis Gain State Tennis Final
  • Member of Ore. State Five Is Killed in Auto Accident
  • Burton Bowler of Year
  • Prince Michael Goes Home
  • Miss Maerkel Is Victor At Hunt Farm Horse Show
  • SOUTAR CAPTURES TITLE IN BOWLING; Defeats Ritger on Coast for 11th Pro Victory, 235-210
  • 2 Women Enshrined
  • Article 3 -- No Title
  • Sports of The Times; The Little Giant
  • Janet Lynn Captures Women's Senior Figure Skating Title for 3d Year in Row; MISS HOLMES WINS RUNNER-UP ...
  • Stephanie Forrest Is First In Alta Snow Cup Slalom
  • HANLEY AND LYONS TAKE FIELD EVENTS
  • FIVE METS RETURN SIGNED CONTRACTS; Garrett, Weis Agree to Terms -- 26 of 40 Players In Fold
  • Baseball Writers to Frolic Tonight
  • Dutch Skaters Take Lead As Oslo Team Meet Opens
  • S. ILLINOIS UPSETS GEORGIA TECH, 89-69
  • Bobsled Race Put Off; No Doctors Available
  • Flyers Extend Mastery In Routing Rangers, 5-2; Flyers Outplay Rangers Again, Skate Away With 5-2 Triumph
  • Augert of France Wins World Cup Slalom in Combined Time of 96.70 Seconds; THOENI OF ITALY FINISHES SECOND ...
  • Drumtop and Mongo's Pride Score on Hialeah Grass; DRUMTOP IS FIRST ON HIALEAH GRASS
  • Trot Dinner Site Shifted
  • Dr. Meriwether Finishes First, Equaling Dash Mark at Boston; DOCTOR TRIUMPHS IN DASH AT BOSTON
  • 5 Tied With 207's For San Diego Lead; 5 TIED FOR LEAD ON COAST AT 207
  • Navy and Manhattan Triumph at Garden; Manhattan Tops Army, 49-38, After Navy Conquers N.Y.U.
  • 76ERS' LATE SHOT PINS 106-105 LOSS ON KNICKS HERE; New York String Ends at 5 as Greer's Basket Nullifies ...
  • Dear Pete, You Are Being Recruited'; ' Dear Pete . . . You Are Being Recruited'
  • BRUNNER SETS PACE IN TOBOGGAN MEET
  • Rodriguez-Oliver Team Leads at Daytona; RODRIGUEZ LEADS IN DAYTONA RACE
  • RYEN DOMINATES SKI JUMP EVENTS; Staten Islander Captures Class B and Dalen Trophy at Bear Mountain RYEN ...
  • The Window-Envelope Prison
  • Editorial Cartoon 3 -- No Title
  • Letter to the Editor 1 -- No Title
  • Eastward or Westward Ho?
  • Editorial Cartoon 2 -- No Title
  • A Wider War for What?
  • Uniquack on the Nixon Budget
  • Passenger Liners of the U.S.
  • Green Light
  • Indochina Policy
  • Berlin: Will Moscow Act?
  • Soviet Activities in Cuba
  • Politics Transcended
  • Demoralizing 'Dole-Roll'
  • One Boy Helping . . .
  • Power of Veto
  • Apollo 14
  • That Ground-Hog Myth
  • One Less Day to Drag Yourself Out of Bed; 4-Day Week:
  • What's Hot In the Dream Book Today?; The Numbers:
  • Future Generation'
  • Time for A Halt to Professors On the Barricades?; Faculty:
  • A Woman's Place May Be on the Production Line; Sex Equality:
  • The 'Queen Of the Night' Is A Ghastly Inferno; Venus:
  • Waldorf Rate Was Practically A Bargain; Welfare:
  • Udall's Caper
  • Will More Money Bring the Elusive Cure?; Cancer:
  • Mr. Nixon's Priorities
  • Editorial Cartoon 1 -- No Title
  • Case Dismissed
  • In Theory The City Should Have No Labor Trouble; Taylor Law:
  • Heath Sails in a Sea of Troubles; Britain:
  • A Sometime Hero Now Resorts to The Noose; Guinea:
  • The Coup Had a Certain Air of Familiarity; Uganda:
  • Bird Man
  • Gierek's Retreat
  • Protests And Even Bullets Fly In Hunt for The Tuna; Fishing War:
  • Not Even No. 2
  • The Fear Is Plain -Will One Step Lead To Another?; Cambodia Debate:
  • Ailing Allis
  • Dimmed Star
  • The Bureau Takes a Tough Stand; Mines:
  • Shake-up
  • A Nun's Story
  • Rocky's Vietnam
  • The Skies Are Full Of Empty Seats; Air Travel:
  • They're Not Advisers But They Might Give Advice; Cambodia War:
  • A Sudden Boom for Detergents That Don't Pollute; Phosphates:
  • Nixon's Figures Are Based On a Lot Of If's; Budget:
  • APPLIED TEXTILE MARKETING. By Leon E. Seidel. 200 pages. Kingsport Press, Inc. $8.95.
  • Opponents Of the Plan Are Sharpening The Knives; Revenue Sharing:
  • Auto Insurer Makes Money
  • Canada Dry Bubbling; For One Thing, How About Ginger Ale All Alone?
  • New-Product Salvation
  • Sue Brett Prospers By Going Family, Not Public
  • Is That a Way to Save Face? Sell Hot Pants?; Fashion:
  • Iceland Fishes for Profits
  • People, Keep Asking -- 'What Made Those Kids Do It?'; Manson Case:
  • Government Uses Spots To Get Its Messages Across
  • The Consumer; ASPIRATIONS AND AFFLUENCE. By George Katona, Burkhard Strumpel and Ernest Zahn. 239 pages. ...
  • Company Is New, Black And Hopeful; Connecticut:
  • New Forest Law Needed
  • 2 Ports Termed 'Gateway to the Seven Seas'; Oklahoma:
  • The Troubled Airlines
  • Wages
  • Astrology
  • Trade Talks
  • State Reports Record Outlays To Build Roads; West Virginia:
  • The Budget Gap -- Nixon Receives An A for Credibility
  • Retirement; Many Executives Increase Their Civic Work Retirement
  • Lawyer, 'A Superb Listener,' New Chief At Macy's
  • Automated Medicine; Costs Dictate Cheaper Diagnosis Methods
  • None of Your Lib
  • The Reynolds Way
  • Hardluck Class of '70; Unable to Find Jobs, Many Alter Career Plans Class of '70
  • Computer Portables; Desk-Set Devices Gain Use, Convey Status Computers
  • Their Own Thing; Youthful Managers Start And Run Businesses Their Own Thing
  • What's Lagging?
  • American-Made -- in Mexico; Satellites of U.S. Plants Employ Low-Cost Labor American-Made -- In Mexico
  • How to Wind Up With a Bang
  • It Looks and Feels Like Stone
  • Two New Heating Appliances
  • Herbs on a Windowsill
  • Counter Market Awakes; Volume Up; New Quote System Expected to Spur Gains Counter Market Awakes
  • Economy Gaining, Only Question Is How Fast and Soon; THE WEEK IN FINANCE
  • The Scented Geraniums
  • House Plants' in Florida Sun
  • Specialty Steels: Special Woes; Industry, Alarmed by Imports, Asks Tough Quota Rule Specialty Steel
  • Article 1 -- No Title
  • Not For the Medici
  • Two Sculptors, Worlds Apart
  • Article 2 -- No Title
  • What's New in Art
  • Making Plans For 1976
  • An Art of Many Stages
  • A Mighty Mite From Spain
  • Better Niagara On a Tightrope . . .
  • Bouquets For Tina, Linda
  • Ludwig: 'I Love Being Alone'; About Christa Ludwig
  • Black Show Under Fire at the Whitney
  • Schoenberg -- With Strings; Schoenberg -- With Strings
  • A World Most Never See
  • How 'Love of Life' Dealt With a Death
  • And Garbo Hosting a Talk Show?
  • Some Like It Pot and Some Don't
  • What's Happening in the Camera World
  • Janis Keeps Her Promise in 'Pearl'; Janis Joplin Keeps Her Promise in 'Pearl'
  • When the City Is Rome, and The Artist Is Ingres
  • Red Hot Lovers' Warming Up
  • Selling the 'President'; Selling the 'President'
  • It's My Lord Jack the Ripper
  • What's New in Theater?
  • Unmasking the Rage in the American Dream House; The American Dream House
  • Hsst! Have You Heard About Liszt?
  • From Underground, Father Berrigan Speaks to Actors
  • A Door Opens, Miss Keeler Enters; A Door Opens and Ruby Keeler Enters
  • Orson's Back and Marlene's Got Him
  • Climb Off My Knee, Sonny Boy; Climb Down Off My Knee, Sonny Boy
  • STRIKE IS PUT OFF IN GARAGE DISPUTE
  • 11 Arrested in 4 Counties In Jersey Gambling Raids
  • MINE ISSUE HEATED IN WEST VIRGINIA; Workers and Dealers Fight Plan to Ban Strip Mining
  • FELONIES STUDIED IN COURT REPORT; 3 of 4 Cases Analyzed Here Disposed of Without Trial
  • No More Waiting!; No More Waiting!
  • BROADWAY BRIGHTENS; Kerr on 'A Midsummer Night's Dream' The Play Is Scanted in the Scurry
  • U.S. Judge Voids Conviction of Man Confined 15 Years
  • Former Theater in Bronx Gutted by 2-Alarm Fire
  • Chinese Students Here Protest Tokyo Claim to Isles
  • Canada Aids Ceylon Project
  • Judge John Worth Kern, Former Head of Tax Court
  • Airlines in Bitter Struggle On Atlantic Charter Rates
  • Mohawk Airlines Chief Says Small Towns Face Service Cuts
  • CHARLES GLAVIN, FIRST BOSTON AIDE; Chairman of the Investment Banking House Dies at 60
  • The Turbotrain: A Study in Incongruities
  • CHARTER BUS LINE SET UP IN HARLEM; Black Concern Is Formed Despite Strong Opposition by Established Companies
  • Connecticut Communities Striving to Make Superhighway Blend In
  • 5-Man Undersea Research Vessel Is Commissioned
  • Obituary 1 -- No Title
  • WARREN MARCHESSAULT
  • DR. JOHN W. RICE
  • Key-Club Restrooms Planned
  • Bonisolli, Tenor, To Bow in 'Barber' At the Met Feb. 24
  • Jordan Reports She Seized Arms Smuggled Into Capital
  • DR. JULES VANDOW, HEALTH OFFICIAL; Ex-Chief of City Division of Social Hygiene Dies at 62
  • Geoffrey Drummond Dies; Political Columnist Was 40
  • Andre de Limur Is Dead at 80; Ex-French Count and Diplomat
  • FREDERICK R. FAST
  • Tenants Protest Demolition Plan For Columbus Hospital Parking
  • Ex-Rep. Chester Thompson, An Expert on Waterways
  • Shot From Patrolman's Gun Blinds Friend in Right Eye
  • 2 Tropical Parrots Nesting in Yonkers Again This Winter
  • CITY BALLET DANCES A BALANCHINE 'SUITE'
  • VICTORIA IMPRESSES IN A FOLK-SONG BILL
  • INGE BORKH SINGS DYER'S WIFE ROLE
  • LONDON THEATER ADDS FIVE DANCES; One Premiere at The Place, Postponed, Still to Come
  • Rural Bias Found in U.S. School Aid
  • 2 of Maderna's Musical Works Unfold Rich Shadings at Tully
  • City Opera to Open Season on Feb. 17 With 'Cenerentola'
  • A Power Cutoff Strands 12 Men In 275-Ft. Welfare Island Shaft
  • Miss Janet Goldblum Engaged to a Seaman
  • Judith A. Duffy Sets Marriage
  • Tyler Nickel to Wed Miss Melinda Ochs
  • Dance: Australians in 3 Pas de Deux
  • Miss Mary Ellis Bell Is Bride Of Fred Robinson Harwell Jr.
  • Margaret G. Alton Lawyer's Fiancee
  • BALLET BY BEJART MAKES U.S. DEBUT; A Visual Quality Brocades His 'Actus Tragicus'
  • Ann L. Ferrick Plans Nuptials
  • Child to Mrs. Klein Jr.
  • Daughter for the Sterns
  • Gary Bashian Weds Jackie Barba
  • Bina Hayes Is Fiancee Of Randall Thompson Jr.
  • Son for the Lerners
  • Mary Hobler Is Betrothed
  • Birth Notice 1 -- No Title
  • Pamela Goldberg Wed
  • Diana Hallowell Is Affianced To Milton McC. Barlow, Lawyer
  • Linda Brooks Engaged
  • Miss Murphy Becomes Bride
  • Marriage Announcement 1 -- No Title
  • Mrs. Jane Post Is Wed in Mexico To Alfredo Millet, Tennis Pro
  • Barbara Bloch Engaged to Wed Israeli Lawyer
  • Susan Howard Plans Nuptials
  • Joyce Glassman Will Be June Bride
  • Jay Pearly Is Fiance Of Susan M. Nunn
  • ]ames Perkins, Ex-President ' Of Cornell, Weds Mrs. RuihAalI '
  • Ann Woodward Is Bride Of Stephen McD. Russell
  • R' W. Gerbe Weds Ruth McKinney
  • Charlotte 'L"ouls:"'e Saville Is'B:ide,
  • Oliver Taylor Marries Patricia O'Neill
  • Ann C. Sherman Becomes a Bride
  • Harold Gabow Plans to Marry Dr. Patricia Anne Acquaviva
  • Miss Ratner Is Betrothed
  • Susan Low Engaged To Frederick A. Cohen
  • Miss Marguerite McKee Bride In Raleigh of Robert L. W. Moss
  • Roberta Jackier Will Be Married
  • H. F. Clarks Jr. Have Son
  • Mrs. McAdoo Wed To G. R. Heinrichs
  • Ardis Hacker Wed to Alan Schmidt
  • H. B. DesRoches And Pauli Mara Plan Marriage
  • A Sofa of the 1920's Returns
  • Eilen Christine Lougee Plans Marriage to Matthew $immOns
  • Muffle Bancroft Fiancee '.0 .C. Minot. Amory It,'
  • John Young Weds Miss Peterson
  • M.C. Brooks to Marry Diana Dwyer
  • On Teaching the Young How to Dance
  • Tina Bucheit 'Wed' in Capital ,T.'O Neil .'Diver
  • Miss Anderson Wed To an Engineer
  • Alfred Hbeberechts, Hotel Aide, Will Marry Laurie M. Carmody
  • Child to Mrs. Abrams
  • City's New Parking Violation Bureau Speeds Hearing of Cases
  • Municipal Projects Set Record in '69-'70
  • The 'Living Alone' Phenomenon: Signs of It Are Everywhere
  • STATE HOUSING CHIEF SCORES COUNCIL BILL
  • Nixon Is Taking It Easy In Sun in Virgin Islands
  • Deception on Drugs Charged
  • Mediators Pressing Talks To Avert Bakers' Strike
  • Ousted Bowler Sues
  • 200 New Garbage Trucks Will Replace Last of the Noisy Ones
  • Aid Is Given Jersey Central
  • Gifts to Neediest Ahead of a Year Ago
  • Mrs. Agnew Scores Feminist Campaign; Nixon Aides Concur
  • Crew Stays Healthy After Strict Isolation
  • Philadelphia Drug Deaths Up
  • 2 Investment Services Assailed By Beame on City Bond Ratings
  • Sex Education in Hungary
  • New Federal Rule Curbs Loss To Owner of Stolen Credit Card
  • 600 Million Will Watch Apollo 14 Voyage on TV
  • Study Finds 15 Gave Over $50,000 Each to Political Parties in '68
  • Spacecraft Is Modified For Safety
  • Akron Detergent Battle Seen as Vital
  • Alarmed by Growing Pollution, Italians Are Demanding Action
  • 4 Out of 10 Wives Employed
  • RANKIN SUSPENDS PRIVATE PRACTICE; Tells Mayor He Will Wait for City to Set a Policy
  • Airmail Letter Boxes Added
  • Body of Westchester Man, Missing 2 Days, Is Found
  • Seymour Asks Fight on Official Graft
  • Pollution Is Linked to Genetic Defects
  • FALMOUTH RIVEN BY SEWAGE PLAN; Referendum Set on Proposal to Dump Waste in Sea
  • New Unit of Army To Combine Tanks And Missile Craft
  • Norwegian Granted $21,600 In Contraceptive Pill Death
  • Concern Seeks Plant Sites To Convert Coal Into Gas
  • SLAYING AROUSES CHAPEL HILL, N.C.; Sleepy College Town Finds Itself Amid Conflict
  • POLLUTION DELAY LAID TO CONFUSION; G.M. Aide Says Too Many Gave Hudson River Orders
  • Birth Defects in Livestock Linked to Toxic Weeds
  • Transit Policeman Rushing to Help Captain in Melee Kills IND Rider Accidentally
  • 500 to Meet Here on Recycling Of Waste to Useful Purposes
  • SOUTH BEND FAILS TO ANNEX SCHOOLS; City Votes Down a Plan for Notre Dame and 2 Others
  • U.S. AND REAGAN AVOID SHOWDOWN; Legal Aid Program Is Given 6-Month Continuance
  • Soviet and Canada Agree On Industrial Cooperation
  • Headmaster Post Filled
  • COLLEGE'S CLOSING SHOCKS STUDENTS; Sudden Notice at Pershing Tied to Enrollment Drop
  • Kennedy Expects Muskie Nomination
  • Carolina Abduction of 8 Called A Scheme to Free Angela Davis
  • Political Pressure Laid to Guard Chief In an Alabama Suit
  • BILINGUAL FUNDS FOR STATE AT ISSUE; Education Chief Says U.S. Favors Other Regions
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Federal court upholds forced entry stemming from DUIwww.autoblog.com — The Supreme Court has long maintained that police can not forcibly enter someone’s home without a warrant on the suspicion of driving under the influence, but a federal appeals court recently upheld a case in which a Virginia officer did just that.

Judge faces DUI trial later this monthhelenair.com — A Butte justice of the peace faces trial later this month on a misdemeanor charge of driving under the influence after a District Court judge denied his motion to dismiss the charges. Judge Bob Lee is charged with driving to the courthouse on Nov. 1

One Person Killed, Three Injured in Suspected Palestine DUI Accidentwww.texas-personal-injury-blog.com — Drinking and driving is always a dangerous act, and anyone who decides to get behind the wheel of a vehicle after consuming alcohol is making a terrible decision. Unfortunately, when things go wrong in these situations, they can instantly turn to di.

SUV driver in fiery Lake City Way crash caused fatal wreck in ’09o.seattletimes.nwsource.com — A 43-year-old man whose SUV slammed into the back of a sedan stopped at a red light on Lake City Way on Sunday, killing a couple, was charged in 2009 with vehicular homicide. Daniel Ray Habeeb, the driver of the SUV, was listed in satisfactory con.

MADD Releases National and State-by-State Ratings as Part of its Campaign to Eliminate Drunk Driving Fifth Anniversary Report to the Nationwww.prnewswire.com — — New Data Cites $132 Billion Annual Cost of Drunk Driving in America — WASHINGTON, Nov. 16, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — In connection with the fifth anniversary of its Campaign to Eliminate Drunk Driving®, Mothers Against Drunk Driving.

Judge Dismisses Ambien Defense, Finds Paramedic Guilty of DUIwww.myfoxchicago.com — Rosemont, Ill. – Will County Judge Amy Bertani-Tomczak wasn’t swayed by paramedic Thomas Gatz’s claim that the sleep aid Ambien made him involuntarily drink, drive and cause a crash last year that injured an 18-year-old woman. She found Gatz, 43,.

Report: Ark. above average in drunk driving lawswww.wmctv.com — LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) – An advocacy group says that Arkansas has a higher rating than the national average for measures to combat drunk driving. Mothers Against Drunk Driving on Wednesday said Arkansas received four out of five stars in its natio

DUI bribe case heads to courtwww.sfexaminer.com — The jury trial of a Palo Alto lawyer accused of trying his darnedest to bribe Colma cops to get out of a third DUI arrest is set to begin today. Richard Chae, 38, a patent attorney, allegedly offered a cop who pulled him over up to $35,000 to let

WEEKLY CRIME SUMMARY: Porter Fire Chief denies drunk driving chargewww.yourhoustonnews.com — Porter Fire Chief Jody Binnion was recently arrested and charged with driving while intoxicated, but the 20-year PFD veteran says the accusation is false. According to the Texas Department of Public Safety in Austin, a New Caney Highway Patrol troopTAGS: CHIEFDUIFIREPORTER1 POINT, SUBMITTED 1 YEAR AGO BY JASON CHAN0 COMMENTS

Rapho Township supervisor charged with DUIlancasteronline.com — A longtime Rapho Township supervisor was arrested for drunken driving in late October, but authorities only charged him and publicized the case the day after he won re-election this week. Jere E. Swarr had a blood-alcohol level of 0.117 percent, abo

DUI checkpoint by Lodi policewww.recordnet.com — LODI – The Lodi Police Department will be conducting a DUI/driver’s license checkpoint from 6:30 p.m. today until 2:30 a.m. Sunday at an undisclosed location in town, according to a department news release. Officers will monitor drivers who pass t

Man to stand trial in drunk driving deathwww.dailypress.net — MUNISING – An Alger County man, who allegedly accidentally struck and killed a woman with his vehicle in Autrain Township this summer, will be going to trial on charges including negligent homicide, according to Alger County Circuit Court. ThomasTAGS: ALGERCOUNTRYDEATHDUIMANTRIAL1 POINT, SUBMITTED 1 YEAR AGO BY JASON CHAN0 COMMENTS

Updated: Stacey Poole Injured In OUI Crashwww.wildcatworld.com — A member of the UK basketball team was hurt in a car accident. Lexington Police say UK sophomore guard Stacey Poole was a passenger, when a drunk driver crossed the center line, hit the car he was riding in, and pushed it into a parked car. This wa

Nile Ranger Plead Guilty to OUIwww.nufcblog.com — The London-born player admitted to the drunk driving offense yesterday in court, after he had been stopped by police when he was driving his new Range Rover early one Sunday morning, when he should have been tucked up in bed and asleep. At 4.45am

FL DUI Attorney Explains the Watson Warningwww.kesslerlawfirm.com — “You understand that being under the influence, of alcohol or drugs, or both, impairs your ability to safely operate a motor vehicle. Therefore, it is extremely dangerous to human life to drive while under the influence of alcohol or drugs, or both.

NJ woman accused of driving school bus while drunkwww.msnbc.msn.com — Police arrested a school bus driver in New Jersey for allegedly driving 25 children home with a blood alcohol level three times the legal limit.

DUI Car Insurance – What You Ought To Do After An Alcohol Related Driving Convictionwww.get-to-the-top.com — DUI automobile insurance is among the first things that might go through your brain at the time you are convicted of a DUI charge. You will want to find an excellent law firm. Begin your research on the web as this will help you to save a lot of time

7 charged in DUI ‘no-refusal’ operationcouriernews.suntimes.com — Seven people were charged in Kane County’s “no-refusal” drunken driving operation over the Halloween weekend. In a meeting with reporters Tuesday, State’s Attorney Joe McMahon said the ideal situation would have been no arrests because no one was

Shayne Lamas Arrested For DUIperezhilton.com — The daughter of Lorenzo Lamas and star of Leave It to Lamas was arrested on suspicion of DUI charges on Saturday night in Venice, but broke the news to the media herself!

Ellicott City Woman Charged in Crash Into Apartment Complexellicottcity.patch.com — A 25-year-old woman faces a DUI charge after police say she drove her SUV into a building, displacing one family. Sydney D. Otwell, 25, was driving a Jeep Liberty Wednesday night when it drove over a median, jumped a curb and struck an apartment b

Ellicott City Woman Charged in Crash Into Apartment Complexellicottcity.patch.com — A 25-year-old woman faces a DUI charge after police say she drove her SUV into a building, displacing one family. Sydney D. Otwell, 25, was driving a Jeep Liberty Wednesday night when it drove over a median, jumped a curb and struck an apartment b

‘Hannah Montana’ star’s DUI case postponedapp.hubspot.com — The DUI case of actor Mitchel Musso, known for his role as Oliver Okin on the Disney series Hannah Montana, has been postponed. Musso’s arraignment was scheduled for Thursday in Los Angeles. It has now been pushed back until Dec. 9.

The Alberta government will be introducing tougher drinking and driving legislation in the coming days.www.cjocfm.com — Lethbridge West MLA Greg Weadick is looking forward to the introduction of tougher drinking and driving legislation in Alberta.Weadick says the Redford government will table the bill soon and will target those with a blood-alcohol level between .05 a

New York Public Library Chief Arrested on DUI Chargeblogs.wsj.com — The president of the New York Public Library, Anthony W. Marx, was arrested and charged with driving while intoxicated Sunday afternoon, after he sideswiped a parked vehicle with a library-owned car, law enforcement officials said.

Police Report Arrests for Prostitution, DUI and Drugselmhurst.patch.com — Nikki Henning, 24, 2209 S. Ridgeway Apt. 2, Chicago, was arrested and charged with keeping a place of prostitution at 6:59 p.m. Nov. 4. Police saw an ad for prostitution on a web site. The poster said she was located on North York Road in Elmhurst. P

Alaska man with felony DUI record arrested in North Pole after chase Read more: Fairbanks Daily News-Miner – Alaska man with felony DUI record arrested in North Pole after chasenewsminer.com — FAIRBANKS — An Eagle River man with four DUI convictions was charged with driving under the influence this week after leading Alaska State Troopers on a chase Saturday night in the North Pole area. Troopers responded to the area of the 12 Mile Roa

FINAL DESTINATION 3’ ACTOR ARRESTED ON DUI CHARGE IN NEWPORT BEACHwww.beerbooznews.com — An actor in the film “Final Destination 3? and the TV series “Pretty Little Liars” was arrested on suspicion of driving drunk in Newport Beach, police said Tuesday. Ryan Merriman, 28, a native of Choctaw, Okla., was arrested about 11:30 p.m. Sunda

Area Votes: Senate Approves Texting Ban, DUI Billroxborough.patch.com — Before a break, the Senate and House finalized several bills and approved versions to present for Gov. Corbett to sign into law last week. After House members rallied around a ban on texting while driving Oct. 31, the Senate passed an amended versionTAGS: BANDUIPENNSYLVANIASENATETEXT1 POINT, SUBMITTED 1 YEAR AGO BY JASON CHAN0 COMMENTS

Former Constable Charged with DUI after Accident in Pine Townshippine-richland.patch.com — A former constable for Pine Township has been charged with DUI and other traffic violations after an afternoon one-vehicle accident near a school bus stop in Pine, according to a Northern Regional Police Department report. Gibsonia resident Eric F

5 Deadly Mistakes Drivers Make That Get Them Arrested For DUIdui.lawforattorneys.com — The entire country is on the same page when it comes to drunk driving: If your blood alcohol concentration (BAC) is .08% or higher, you are legally drunk. This is the standard for every state, including Arizona

Trial begins deadly DUI crashwww.sbsun.com — SAN BERNARDINO – Jeffrey Ortiz testified Thursday about the horrific, alcohol-related crash in 2005 that killed his brother and best friend – both just 17 years old – as the first witness called in the trial for Charles Gregory Callion.

Regional superintendent Jontry pleads guilty to DUIwjbc.com — BLOOMINGTON – Regional school superintendent Mark Jontry pleaded guilty Thursday to driving under the influence of alcohol before a June crash. Jontry, 42, pleaded guilty in McLean County court to one count of drunken driving. He was charged after

Dealing with drunk driving with spinwww.politicsweb.co.za — The criminal justice administration in SA is somewhat hamstrung by the dysfunctional state of the forensic laboratories operated by the government. This seriously inefficient and ineffective situation is attributable to a multitude of causes, among t

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