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SUBJECT              DATE        YEAR   DESCRIPTON                                             NEWSPAPER        PAGE
A.B.E. Airport       Jan. 15     1973   Increased security taken against hijackers.            Easton Express   p. 5, illus.
A.B.E. Airport       Jan. 4      1973   Increased security taken against hijackers.            Easton Express   p. 2
A.B.E. Airport       March 18    1973   Northampton and Lehigh County Commissioners            Easton Express   p. 5
                                        feud over the financing of the proposed $8.9
                                        million expansion.
Abortion             Aug. 17     1973   Dr. James Delahunty, critic of abortion, resigned      Easton Express   p. 1
                                        from staff of Hunterdon Medical Center due to
                                        conflict of philosophies.
Abortion             Jan. 24 &   1973   Area hospitals discuss new abortion policies.          Easton Express   p. 1 and p. 1
                     31
Alcoholism           Sept. 22    1973   A proposed policy to deal with the use of alcohol      Easton Express   p. 5
                                        by pupils at Easton Area High School to be
                                        presented to School Board by High School
                                        Prinicipal Philip J. Spaziani.
Armstrong, Neil A.   Feb. 15     1973   Neil A. Armstrong, first man to walk on moon           Easton Express   p. 5
                                        spoke at Minsi Trail Council, Boy Scouts of
                                        America award dinner at Hotel Bethlehem.

Art - Fairs          Sept. 21    1973   Account of the Art fair and a list of winners.         Easton Express   p. 3 & 5
Art - Fairs          Sept. 24    1973   Account of the Art fair and a list of winners.         Easton Express   p. 5, illus.
Artists              April 18    1973   Joseph DeThomas, local artist, an account of his       Easton Express   p. 38, illus.
                                        life and work.
Artists              July 19     1973   John L. Kraus, artist of Raubsville, PA, account of    Easton Express   p. 33, illus.
                                        his life and work. Signs his work F. Bread.

Artists              Oct. 9      1973   Nicholas Bartolacci a Palmer Township artist.          Easton Express   p. 14
                                        Nicholas Bartolocci, mail carrier is also a talented
                                        artist. Illus.
Athletics               Nov. 15    1973   New 9-school athletic conference in the Lehigh   Easton Express       p. 1
                                          Valley. Breaks up the current Lehigh-Northampton
                                          League.
Automobile Agencies     Oct. 18    1973   Rankin Garage and Sales Service - Groundbreaking Easton Express       p. 5, illus.
                                          for new building in 25th Street Shopping Center.

Automobile Agencies     Oct. 18    1973   Rowe's gasoline station in Phillipsburg, N.J.        Easton Express   p. 11, illus.
                                          celebrates 50th anniversary.
Automobiles - Shows     Nov. 5     1973   Auto show at the Palmer Mall.                        Easton Express   p. 49
Bakeries                Aug. 13    1973   Schaible's Bakery raises price of bread, second      Easton Express   p. 5
                                          time since June 1 and third time since August
                                          1972.
Bakeries                Sept. 25   1973   Easton Baking Company, 34 North 7th Street,          Easton Express   p. 28, illus.
                                          Easton, PA. A History of the Company.

Balloons                Aug. 9     1973   Balloonist failed in attempt to cross the Atlantic   Easton Express   p. 1
                                          Ocean. Mr. Bob Sparks from Tamiment, PA is
                                          forced by storm to ditch balloon.

Balloons                June 8     1973   Roberts Sparks, balloonist, to make tests near the   Easton Express   p. 5
                                          Lehigh Valley in preparation for trans-Atlantic
                                          flight.
Balloons                Oct. 19    1973   Bob Sparks hopes to fly to France in a hot-air       Easton Express   p. 1
                                          helium balloon.
Bangor, PA - Churches   Dec. 1     1973   Calvary Church of the Nazarene has 24 year           Easton Express   p. 10, illus.
                                          history.
Bangor, PA - Churches   Feb. 24    1973   Brief history of Mackey Memorial Baptist Church.     Easton Express   p. 10, illus.

Bangor, PA - Churches   Oct. 6     1973   Presbyterian parish of Bangor-Roseto combination     Easton Express   p. 10, illus.
                                          of 3 former congregations with traces of English,
                                          Welsh and Italian origins.
Banks                   July 14    1973   Area banks increase interest on saving.              Easton Express   p. 1
Banks                   July 14    1973   Area banks increase interest on saving.              Easton Express   p. 1
Barbers                 Jan. 6     1973   Long hair a problem to local barbers.                Easton Express   p. 13
Battleship Models.          Sept. 19   1973   Fred Holjes of Lebanon, N.J. builds replicas of U.S. Easton Express    pg. 8, illus.
                                              battleships.
Beebe, Helen H.             May 31,    1973   Deaf Clinic takes a new road to teach the deaf to Easton Express       p. 22.
                            1973.             speak. An account of her method.
Bethlehem Township, PA -    Dec. 7     1973   Miller's Heights - Wilson School to be closed and Easton Express       p. 13
Education                                     students bused to Bethlehem. Parents protest.

Bethlehem Township, PA -    Aug. 4     1973   Heritage Day draws 600 persons.                       Easton Express   p.5
Heritage Day
Bethlehem, PA - Churches    Oct. 6,    1973   St. Thomas United Church of Christ at Macada and Easton Express        p. 11, illus.
                            1973              Altonah Roads to celebrate 125 years.

Bethlehem, PA - Homes       June 22,   1973   Junior League of the Lehigh Valley to help restore Easton Express      p. 18, illus.
                            1973              the Goundie House.
Bicentennial Committee      July 17    1973   Bicentennial Committee okay by city fathers.       Easton Express      p. 5

Bicentennial Committee      Nov. 24    1973   John Schlegel, chairman of the Bicentennial           Easton Express   p. 5
                                              Committee for Northampton County, to open an
                                              office.
Bicentennial Committee      Oct. 19    1973   John Schlegel, chairman of the Bicentennial           Easton Express   p. 5
                                              Committee for Northampton County, to open an
                                              office.
Bicentennial Seal           Nov. 9     1973   Seal design selected by Easton Area Bicentennial      Express          p.1, illus.
                                              committee. Winner is Keith Hahn, a junior at
                                              Nazareth Area High School.
Blind                       June 2     1973   Earth science and gem show designed to interest       Easton Express   p. 5, illus.
                                              the blind. To be held at Moravian Bollege by
                                              Mineralogical Society of PA.
Bloomsbury, NJ - Churches   June 9     1973   A brief history of the Old Greenwich Presbyterian     Express          p. 8, illus.
                                              Church
Bottle Caps                 June 27    1973   Moore Township Elementary School children             Easton Express   p. 6, illus.
                                              collect 1.4 million bottle caps and recycle them at
                                              Bethlehem Steel's local plant.
Bowen, Catherine Drinker       Nov. 2     1973   Obituary of former Express writer and daughter of Easton Express        p. 1, illus.
                                                 Dr. Henry Drinker, president of Lehigh University.
                                                 She received honorary degrees from Lafayette in
                                                 1957 and Moravian College in 1967.

Bowling                        Jan. 16    1973   Duane Jones of 1 Wilden Drive (Palmer fireman) Easton Express           p. 5
                                                 accused of setting the fire at Bar-Don Bowling
                                                 Lanes on Aug. 8.
Brader Family                  Aug. 20    1973   An account of the musical activities of the musical Easton Express      p. 5, illus.
                                                 family of Easton.
Bridges, Delaware              Oct. 1     1973   Toll bridge won't be painted red, white, and blue Easton Express        p. 13
                                                 in observance of the nation's Bicentennial, as
                                                 requested by Phillipsburg Historical Society.

Bridges, Lehigh                June 23    1973   Two ends of Chain Dam on Lehigh River, near            Easton Express   p. 5, illus.
                                                 Glendon, are inching together as work nears
                                                 completion.
Buddhists                      Feb. 24    1973   Account of the activities of Zen Buddhism temple       Easton Express   p. 11, illus.
                                                 in Williams Township.
Bugen, Morris "Mace"           Feb. 28    1973   A dwarf who gate-crashes sports events and             Easton Express   p. 35, illus.
                                                 meets celebrities lives in Phillipsburg.
Bus Transportation             Aug. 22    1973   DIG holds its regular monthly meeting on one of        Easton Express   p. 5, illus.
                                                 the new LANTA's air conditioned buses

Bus Transportation             July 2     1973   Elderly may ride free on the buses of the Lehigh       Easton Express   p. 5
                                                 and Northampton Transportation Authority

Bus Transportation             March 21   1973   LANTA receives $250,000. from State to help            Easton Express   p. 1
                                                 meet its operating deficit
Bus Transportation             Nov. 14    1973   City council vetoes bid to keep LANTA                  Easton Express   p. 5
Bus Transportation - Fares     July 11    1973   Bus fares for pupils to go up a nickel from 20 cents   Easton Express   p. 5
                                                 to 25 cents
Bus Transportationnn - Fares   Jan. 17    1973   DIG issuing bus stamps                                 Easton Express   p. 5
Bushkill Creek                 March 7    1973    Spill of oil in creek from Hercules Cement          Easton Express   p. 7, illus.
                                                  Company is probed.
Bushkill Watershed Association Oct. 20    1973    Has annual meeting and presents awards              Easton Express   p. 5, illus.

Business - Banks               April 23   1973    Northampton National Bank to observe 75th           Easton Express   p. 25 illus.
                                                  anniversary.
Business - Banks               Aug. 25    1973    Pa. State Banking Commission approves the           Easton Express   p. 1
                                                  opening of a branch of First Valley Bank on site of
                                                  Valley Federal at North Third Street.
Business - Banks               Dec. 5 & 13 1973   First Valley opens a new branch at 61 N. 3rd St.    Easton Express   p. 5 illus.

Business - Banks               Feb. 22    1973    Easton National Bank & Trust Co. FBI "robs"         Easton Express   p. 5 illus.
                                                  Palmer bank. Agents from Allentown
                                                  demonstrated a bank robbery as a way of
                                                  instructing bank tellers.
Business - Banks               March 28   1973    Lafayette Bank. Vice- President and founder of      Easton Express   p. 1
                                                  bank, Walter Kunkel. Obituary.
Business - Banks               May 21     1973    Lafayette Bank receives a letter of the Marquis     Easton Express   p. 26 illus.
                                                  from anonymous donor.
Business - Banks               Nov. 23    1973    First Valley Bank expects to open a branch in       Easton Express   p. 1
                                                  Easton at the building where former Valley
                                                  Federal Savings & Loan Association was located at
                                                  61 N. 3rd St.
Business - Banks               Oct. 10    1973    Northampton National Bank celebrates its 75th       Easton Express   p. 5
                                                  year.
Business - Binney & Smith      Sept. 29   1973    Binney & Smith buys former Berlou Fabrics Inc.      Easton Express   p. 5
                                                  plant building in Forks township for $671,196.

Business - Blacksmiths         July 28    1973    Glenn Nehoda, of Forks Township, a young            Easton Express   p. 5 illus.
                                                  blacksmith.
Business - bookstores          Jan. 19    1973    Adult bookstore reopened in Phillipsburg. Was       Easton Express   p. 8
                                                  closed due to zoning violation.
Business - Bookstores          March 19   1973    Book Shanty, 418 Northampton Street.                Easton Express   p. 26
Business - Bookstores            March 2    1973   Book Shanty, 418 Northampton Street. New               Easton Express   p. 76 illus.
                                                   bookstore opens.
Business - Carriage Industry     April 13   1973   Mitman carriage business. Brief history of the         Easton Express   p. 3 illus.
                                                   business and family.
Business - Cement Industry       July 14    1973   Alpha Portland Cement plant at Martin Creek            Easton Express   p. 15 illus.
                                                   converted to flour mill by Con Agra.
Business - Cement Industry       May 2      1973   Gerstell, Robert Sinclair, former president and        Easton Express   p. 1 illus.,
                                                   chairman of Alpha Portland Cement Company.                              p.14
                                                   Obituary.                                                               editorial.
Business - Chemical Industry     Feb. 10    1973   Lehigh Valley Chemical Co. Fire strikes Glendon        Easton Express   p. 1 illus.
                                                   firm.
Business - Chopping Malls        Aug. 15    1973   Palmer Park Mall grand opening August 16-18,           Express          p. 31
                                                   1973
Business - Con-Agra              Oct. 26    1973   Con-Agra seeks to open railroad crossing on Route      Easton Express   p. 5
                                                   611.
Business - Department Stores -   Feb. 22    1973   The Laubach Realty Co. sold property on which          Easton Express   p. 1
Laubach's                                          Laubach-Pomery's located. Acquired by Humbert
                                                   L. Orlandi, Jr., for $400,000. Allied Stores Corp.
                                                   now leases from Orlandi.
Business - Doctors               June 23    1973   West, Dr. John H., Easton physician for 56 years.      Easton Express   p. 23 illus.
                                                   Obituary.
Business - Drugstores            March 1    1973   New pill counter in operation at Thrift Drug store     Easton Express   p. 22 illus.
                                                   in Hillcrest Shopping Center.
Business - Fabrics               June 20    1973   Berlou Fabrics, Inc. plant in Raubsville on Rte. 611   Easton Express   p. 1 & 5
                                                   locks out employees. Arrears 6 months rent to
                                                   landlord, Chester Flagler.
Business - Food Industry         Oct. 19    1973   Kro -Tron going out of business. Had provided          Easton Express   p. 1
                                                   food services for several school systems in Warren
                                                   County.
Business - Food Industry         Oct. 3     1973   Kro-Tron going out of business. Had provided           Easton Express   p. 6
                                                   food services for several school systems in Warren
                                                   County.
Business - Food Stores             March 21   1973   Thatcher, Edward, Jr. President of Thatcher's Sea Easton Express         p. 10
                                                     Food Market in the Circle Arcade for 56 years, also
                                                     owner of Black Horse Tavern for 28 years.

Business - Food Stores             March 22   1973   Food store opened at 6th & Wolf Street by Tom           Easton Express   p. 28 illus.
                                                     Bright.
Business - Food Stores             Nov. 5     1973   Guzzo, Eugene. 101 years old. Operated a                Easton Express   p. 14
                                                     grocery store at 1048 Northampton Street.
                                                     Obituary.
Business - Food Stores             Oct. 1     1973   Laneco, Inc. to take over Forks township Falk's         Easton Express   p. 13
                                                     store.
Business - Furniture Stores        March 24   1973   Portland , Pa. Frederick Duckloe & Brothers, Inc.       Easton Express   p. 13 illus.
                                                     to show hand-crafted Windsor chairs at
                                                     International Hotel & Restaurant Exhibition in
                                                     Paris
Business - Furniture Stores        May 21     1973   New furniture store opens alond Memorial                Easton Express   p. 32 illus.
                                                     Parkway in Phillipsburg, N.J.
Business - Gift Stores             May 1      1973   Dennis Gift House, located at 1224 S. Main St.,         Easton Express   p. 20 illus.
                                                     Phillipsburg, celebrates grand opening of new
                                                     store.
Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc.   April 28   1973   College Hill Tavern - Arthur "Dutch" Frace, owner       Easton Express   p. 1 illus.
                                                     of the tavern for 37 years sells tavern to his niece.

Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc.   Aug. 20    1973   Sheaton Motor Inn. Groundbreaking for new inn           Easton Express   p.1 illus.
                                                     at South Third Street and Riverside Drive.

Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc.   Feb. 28    1973   White House Restaurant. Chinese-American                Easton Express   p. 47 illus.
                                                     restaurant opens at 75 North 4th St. Location
                                                     formerly Leona Mae Lipkey Dance School.

Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc.   Jan. 16    1973   Palmer Township to take legal action against Rose Easton Express         p. 5
                                                     Garden Tavern on William Penn Highway. Petition
                                                     signed by citiczens noting complaints.
Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc.   June 5     1973   McCormick Café. Proprietor for 33 years, John     Easton Express       p. 4
                                                     Joseph McCormick, obituary.
Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc.   May 8      1973   Palmer Township to take legal action against Rose Easton Express       p. 7
                                                     Garden Tavern on William Penn Highway. Petiton
                                                     signed by citizens noting complaints.

Business - Ice Cream               May 21     1973   Ice Cream Wonderland opens at 717 Berwick St.       Easton Express     p. 33, illus.
                                                     as an old fashioned ice cream parlor
Business - Ice Industry            Jan. 15    1973   End of the line for Easton's "IceAge". Jesse        Easton Express     p. 1 illus.
                                                     Cyphers retires as the last of ice men.
Business - Ingersoll-Rand          Jan. 25    1973   Ingersoll-Rand give 2 large tracts on Roseberry     Easton Express     p. 8 illus.
                                                     Street to Warren Hospital on condition that it be
                                                     used to help meet the health needs of the area.

Business - Insurance               Nov. 23    1973   New data center to be located at 300 Morrison         Easton Express   p. 10 illus.
                                                     Ave. Description of its operation.
Business - Insurance               Nov. 29    1973   Equitable Life Insurance building completed and Easton Express         p. 5 illus.
                                                     holds open house. Gives gift to Easton Emergency
                                                     Squad. Located on Chestnut Hill.
Business - Insurance               Oct. 22    1973   Williams, Mason. President of Brown & Williams Easton Express          p. 1
                                                     insurance company. Obituary.
Business - Insurance               Sept. 26   1973   Equitable Life Assurance Datacenter located on        Easton Express   p. 6 illus.
                                                     Morrison Avenue is open and ready for
                                                     dedication.
Business - Inventors               Oct. 19    1973   Inventor Theodor E. Sulkin gets patent for fast test- Easton Express   p. 6
                                                     scoring device.
Business - Iron Industry           July 16    1973   Glendon Iron Works - Christian Motz has               Easton Express   p. 5 illus.
                                                     checkered career leading to archeological work,
                                                     working on Glendon Iron Works.
Business - Iron Industry           July 20    1973   Glendon Iron Works - Christian Motz has               Easton Express   p. 5
                                                     checkered career leading to archeological work,
                                                     working on Glendon Iron Works.
Business - Iron Industry       May 11    1973   Glendon Iron Company - Hugh Moore Parkway          Easton Express   p. 6
                                                sponsors an archaeological dig on site of old iron
                                                company.
Business - Iron Industry       May 22    1973   Archeoloical dig at the site of the Glendon Iron   Easton Express   p. 5 illus.
                                                Works to begin in June and continue for 10 weeks
                                                under the auspices of the Hugh Moore Parkway.
                                                A brief history of the furnace.

Business - Lawyers             Nov. 28   1973   Obituary of Charles Pomp Maxwell, Easton           Express          p. 4
                                                attorney for 60 years
Business - Liquor              July 10   1973   Area liquor clerks join strike ranks               Easton Express   p. 1
Business - Martin Guitar Co.   March 2   1973   Guitars still made by hand                         Easton Express   p. 63, illus.
Business - Milk                June 8    1973   Former president of Lehigh Valley Cooperative      Easton Express   p. 5
                                                Farmers, Allentown, PA, contributes an illegal
                                                $50,000. corporate contribution to President
                                                Nixon's reelection campaign.

Business - Mills               May 26    1973   Old area mills being recycled. Lehigh Portland     Easton Express   p. 17, illus.
                                                Cement mill at Sandt's Eddy taken over by Con-
                                                Agra of Omaha, a flour producing concern.

Business - Newsstands          Nov. 19   1973   Johnny's news stand run by John Lawrence ends      Express          p. 5, illus.
                                                as owner goes to live at Gracedale.
Business - Pennsylvania Pump & Oct. 25   1973   Obituary of William Anderson, founder of           Express          p. 22
Compressor Co.                                  company
Business - Pfizer & Co.        Oct. 31   1973   Installs new waste-water treatment plant           Express          p. 6, illus.
Business - Printing            Oct. 19   1973   Printing Place, 213 Northampton Street, owned by   Express          p. 5, illus.
                                                John Danko, Jr., opens for business.

Business - Shoe Industry       Oct. 13   1973   Antonio Martin closes his shoemaker and repair     Express          p. 1
                                                business located at the corner of Marshall and
                                                Warren Streets in Phillipsburg. 72 years in
                                                business.
Business - Shopping Malls   Aug. 13    1973   Palmer Park Mall grand opening August 16-18,      Express          p. 24
                                              1973
Business - Shopping Malls   Aug. 16    1973   Palmer Park Mall grand opening, August 16-18,     Express          p. 6, illus.
                                              1973
Business - Shopping Malls   Aug. 17    1973   Palmer Park Mall grand opening August 16-18,      Express          p. 14, illus.
                                              1973
Business - Shopping Malls   Aug. 30    1973   150-acre Green Pond Mall to include shopping      Express          p. 5
                                              center, office buildings and recreational areas

Business - Shopping Malls   Nov. 1     1973   150-acre Green Pond Mall to include shopping      Express          p. 5
                                              center, office buildings and recreationals

Business - Shopping Malls   Oct. 31    1973   150-acre Green Pond Mall to include shopping      Express          p. 5
                                              center, offic buildings and recreational area.

Business - Shopping Malls   Oct. 5     1973   9-foot "steel man" placed inside main entrace to Express           p. 19, illus.
                                              Westgate Mall. Gift of its developer H.S. Campbell;
                                              artists: A.G.Capp and Lena Koehner

Business - Shopping Malls   Sept. 13   1973   150-acre Green Pond Mall to include shopping      Express          p. 1
                                              center, office buildings and recreational areas

Business - Shopping Malls   Sept. 21   1973   150-acre Green Pond Mall to include shopping      Express          p. 5
                                              center, office buildings and recreational areas

Business - Sports           July 25    1973   Obituary of Fred Levin, former owner of Easton    Express          p. 12, illus.
                                              Sporting Goods Co. for over 50 years
Business - Tailors          Aug. 21    1973   Obituary of John R. Winter. He and his brother    Express          p. 4
                                              Charles operated Winter Brothers Tailors.

Business - Tools            May 10     1973   Triangle Corp. of Orangeburg, NC, buys old        Easton Express   p. 7
                                              Transogram factory (23-acre site) for $475,000.
                                              Located at Hilton and Hally Streets in Williams
                                              Township.
Business - Variety Stores        Sept. 1    1973   Philmore Tucker purchased Adams Building 414-       Express          p. 2
                                                   416 Northampton St. from Hackett estate for
                                                   $38,000. Tucker's Yarn Shop to open in a few
                                                   months.
Business - Woodcarving           Dec. 6     1973   Noah Weis and Frederick Faber have works            Easton Express   p. 19, illus.
                                                   exhibited at Northampton County Historical
                                                   Society
Businesses - J. T. Baker Chemical June 28   1973   Old 1945 brick smokestacks dismantled at J. T.      Easton Express   p. 8, illus.
Company                                            Baker Chemical Co. New low sulphur fuel oil to be
                                                   installed.
Candle (Centre Square)           Dec. 29    1973   3 Palmer Township children win the Peace Candle     Express          p.5
                                                   coloring contest: Deanna Datesman, William Eagle
                                                   II, Anne Maitland.
Candle (Centre Square)           Nov. 14    1973   3 Palmer Township chilren win the Peace Candle      Express          p. 45
                                                   coloring contest: Deanna Datesman, William Eagle
                                                   II, Anne Maitland
Center City Neighborhood         Aug. 21    1973   Localed at 511 Northampton St., to be closed as     Easton Express   p. 5
Center                                             there is no longer a need.
Cerebral Palsy                   June 25    1973   Cerebral Palsy victim uses his typewriter as a      Easton Express   p. 5, illus.
                                                   paintbrush. Thomas Kramer of Bethlehem makes
                                                   greeting cards.
Chamber of Commerce, Easton Aug. 29         1973   Groundbreaking for new building on S. Fourth        Easton Express   p. 5, illus.
                                                   Street
Chamber of Commerce, Easton May 22          1973   Representative Fred B. Rooney presents his          Easton Express   p. 7, illus.
                                                   personal check of Chamber toward the Chamber's
                                                   Building Fund.
Chansonnette Theatre             Nov. 1     1973   To perform "Dolly" at Easton Area High School on    Express          p. 24, illus.
                                                   Nov. 17-25
Chansonnette Theatre             Nov. 16    1973   To perform "Dolly" at Easton Area High School on    Express          p. 24
                                                   Nov. 17-25
Chess                            June 9     1973   Famed chess player Frank Brady teaches game at      Easton Express   p. 6, illus.
                                                   his Tannersville home.
Children's Home, Easton          Nov. 16    1973   Children's Home of Easton dedicates the Ann         Express          p. 6, illus.
                                                   O'Hara Parker Memorial Library
Christmas                          July 9     1973   Easton's official Christmas card for 1973 designed Express            p. 7
                                                     by Mrs. Rita Daub. Sale proceeds to be used for
                                                     community holiday decorations.

Christmas                          Nov. 16    1973   Downtown Improvement Group urges reduction         Express            p. 6
                                                     in holiday lighting to conserve energy

Christmas                          Nov. 27    1973   Bethlehem and Allentown to cut back on lighting Express               p. 10, illus.
                                                     due to energy crisis
Christmas                          Oct. 19    1973   Bethlehem and Allentown to cut back on lighting Express               p. 5
                                                     due to energy crisis
Churches - Baptist                 Oct. 1     1973   Shiloh Baptist Church - final service in old church. Easton Express   p. 5 illus.

Churches - Episcopal               Feb. 22    1973   Fred Conine becomes priest of Episcopal Church at Easton Express      p. 5 illus.
                                                     a ceremony at Trinity Episcopal. At 63, a dream
                                                     comes true.
Churches - Episcopal               Feb. 24    1973   Editorial regarding Fred Conine becoming an       Easton Express      p. 26
                                                     Episcopal priest at 63.
Churches - Episcopal               May 21     1973   Trinity Episcopal Church observes "Pet Sunday".   Easton Express      p. 5 illus.

Churches - House of Love           Nov. 19    1973   A new interracial church established in Easton.    Easton Express     p. 6 illus.
                                                     Mrs. Dorothy Cook, leader. Hopes to raise
                                                     $100,000 for a building.
Churches - Lutheran - Faith      Oct. 6       1973   Rev. John Castellani, pastor of Faith Lutheran     Easton Express     p. 10
Lutheran                                             Church.
Churches - Lutheran - St. Luke's Nov. 24      1973   History and present day service.                   Easton Express     p. 10 illus.

Churches - Lutheran - St. Paul's   Feb. 13    1973   St. Paul's Lutheran Church located at 2561         Easton Express     p. 6 illus.
                                                     Newburg Road. Brief history.
Churches - Lutheran - Zion         April 16   1973   Obituary of Rev. Dr. Walter Carl George Veit,      Easton Express     p. 1 & p. 10
                                                     former pastor of Zion's Lutheran Church.                              illus.
Churches - St. Jane Frances de   May 19     1973   St. Jane Frances de Chantal Catholic Church,        Easton Express   p. 18 illus.
Chantal                                            Wilson Borough. Story of growth of church and
                                                   school.
Churches - St. John's Lutheran   Aug. 18    1973   St. John's Lutheran Church 4th & Ferry Streets -    Easton Express   p. 12 illus.
                                                   founded in 1740. A brief history.
Churches - St. John's Lutheran   July 16    1973   Beiswanger, Dr. John. Obituary. Organist of St.     Easton Express   p. 14
                                                   John's Lutheran Church.
Churches - St. John's Lutheran - June 23    1973   Celebrates its 125th anniversary. Brief history.    Easton Express   illus.
Williams Township

Civic Saturday                   Sept. 15   1973   Booths of many local organizations lined sidewalks Express           p. 5, illus.
                                                   and Centre Square on Saturday Sept. 15

Cliburn, Van                     Nov. 3     1973   Pianist to give first Easton concert at Lafayette   Express          p. 5
                                                   College
Clinton, NJ                      June 28    1973   Clinton inmates sue. Claim guard brutality at NJ    Easton Express   p. 1
                                                   Institution for women at Clinton
Clothing Stores                  Jan. 16    1973   Eagle Youth Center, a clothing store purchased      Easton Express   p. 5
                                                   from Mr. & Mrs. Nathan Saslow by Donald
                                                   Anderson.
                                                   The store was founded 39 years ago.
Clothing Stores                  July 14    1973   The Clothes Closet, a woman's clothing store, at    Easton Express   p. 19, illus.
                                                   507 Northampton Street.
Clothing Stores                  Oct. 2     1973   Men's fashion shop. Sponsored by Easton Express     Easton Express   p. 1, illus.
                                                   and 7 of Easton's leading downtown merchants in
                                                   men's wear.
Clothing Stores                  Sept. 17   1973   Men's Clothing Store: Anders' opens in 25th         Easton Express   p. 5
                                                   Street Shopping Center.
Clubs - Paradise                 June 11    1973   Club's new home dedicated to past president, Jo     Easton Express   P. 5 Illus.
                                                   Prince who died in 1972. Old Club House on Canal
                                                   Street torn downdue to redevelopement plans.
                                                   Account of Club's purpose and history
Clubs - West Ward Citizens      July 27    1973   Organized and has a goal of 500 membership.           Easton Express   P. 6
Association                                       Reverand Harry Maw, President

Clubs - West Ward Citizens      July 27    1973   Organized and has a goal of 500 memberships.          Easton Express   P. 6
Association                                       Reverand Harry Maw, President

Clubs - West Ward Citizens      Sept. 4    1973   Block party                                           Easton Express   P. 5 Illus.
Association
Columbus Day                    October 12 1973   Knights of Columbus honor day by laying wreath        Easton Express   P. 6 Illus.
                                                  at Phillipsburg statue on site at Sts. Philips and
                                                  James parochial school
Consumer Safety                 Dec. 5     1973   Easton Junior Women's Club appointed by               Easton Express   P. 27 Illus.
                                                  Consumer Product Safety Commission as an
                                                  official watchdog on toys for children.
Court House - New               Jan. 4     1973   Court criet, Cliff Rice, now 85 related his work as   Easton Express   P. 5 Illus.
                                                  court crier.
Court House - New               May 30     1973   Courthouse Renewal Project:                           Easton Express   P. 5
                                                  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

Court House - New               November 1973     Commissioners shut off courthouse floodlight          Easton Express   P. 28
                                15                illumination on front of building as part of energy
                                                  crisis.
Court House - New - Expansion   Sept. 20   1973   Courthouse Renewal Program, planned, outlined         Easton Express   P. 7
                                                  and criticized.
Court House - Replica           Dec. 12    1973   History buff pushes replica of Courthouse for         Easton Express   P. 1 Illus.
                                                  Centre Square.
Credit Bureau                   October 1 1973    An account of the activities of Easton and            Easton Express   P. 5 Illus.
                                                  Phillipsburg Credit Bureau, located on the 6th
                                                  floor of Northampton National Bank Building at
                                                  4th and Northampton Streets.
Crime - Drugs                  Nov. 17   1973   $384,000 worth of marijuana being preserved           Easton Express   p. 5, illus.
                                                while two out-of-state men are tried for
                                                possession.
Crime - Drugs                  Nov. 20   1973   $384,000 worth of marijuana being preserved           Easton Express   p. 5
                                                while two out-of-state men are tried for
                                                possession.
Crime - Drugs                  Nov. 30   1973   Police arrest 15 in narcotics raid in Nazareth,       Easton Express   p. 5
                                                Pennsylvania.
Crime - Kidnapping             July 24   1973   Police probe the death of Mrs. E. Ann O'Connor        Easton Express   p. 6, illus.
                                                kidnapped in Hillcrest Shopping Mall, Phillipsburg,
                                                New Jersey. Woman thrown from camper.

Dairying                       March 2   1973    Dairy farmer of Forks Township. Vernon Godshalk      Easton Express   p. 77 illus.
                                                sells his milk over the counter.
Dairying                       March 2   1973   Dairy farmer of Forks Township, Vernon Godshalk       Easton Express   p. 77, illus.
                                                sells his milk over the counter
DAR, George Taylor Chapter     Nov. 9    1973   George Taylor Chapter DAR dedicates bronze            Express          p. 26, illus.
                                                plaque honoring George Taylor at Taylor's grave in
                                                Easton cemetery
Daughters of American          Feb. 14   1973   Day Care., Protest marchers from St. John's           Easton Express   p. 5 illus
Revolution. George Taylor                       Lutheran Church to Courthouse in protest of new
Chapter                                         federal regulations that would drop day-care
                                                program.
Daughters of American          Feb. 14   1973   Day Care., Protest marchers from St. John's           Easton Express   p. 5 illus
Revolution. George Taylor                       Lutheran Church to Courthouse in protest of new
Chapter                                         federal regulations that would drop day-care
                                                program.
Daughters of American          March 2   1973   Dairying, Dairy farmer of Corks Township. Vernon      Easton Express   p. 77 illus.
Revolution. George Taylor                       Godshalk sells his milk over the counter.
Chapter
Daughters of the American      Nov. 9    1973   Bronze plaque honoring George Taylor at Taylor's Easton Express        p. 26 illus.
Revolution (D.A.R.) - George                    grave in Easton Cemetery.
Taylor Chapter
Daughters of the American      Nov. 9    1973   Bronz e plaque honoring George Taylor at Taylor's Easton Express       p. 26 illus.
Revolution (D.A.R.) - George                    grave in Easton Cemetery.
Taylor Chapter
Day Care                       Feb. 14   1973   Protest marchers march from St. John's Lutheran       Easton Express   p. 5, illus.
                                                Church to Courthouse in protest of new federal
                                                regulations that would drop day-care programs

Deafness                       May 31    1973   Mrs. Helen H. Beebe deaf clinic takes new road to Easton Express       p. 22
                                                teach the deaf to speak. Account of her method.

Deafness                       May, 31   1973   Mrs. Helen H. Beebe      Deaf clinic takes new road   Easton Express   p.22
                                                to teach the deaf to speak. Account of her
                                                method.
Death                          June 6    1973   Court grants death right to ailing inmate of State    Easton Express   p.1
                                                Hospital, did not want operation for removal of
                                                cancer.
Death                          June 6    1973   Court grants death right to ailing inmate of State    Easton Express   p. 1
                                                Hospital. Did not want operation for removal on
                                                cancer.
Delaware River - Canoeing      May 24    1973   Retains its beauty, becoming a reality for            Easton Express   p. 16, illus.
                                                canoeists
Dentists                       Dec. 3    1973   Obit. for Dr. Henry Kowitz, Easton dentist, artist    Easton Express   p. 28
                                                and musician.
Dentists                       Dec. 5    1973   Obit. for Dr. Henry Kowitz, Easton dentist, artist    Easton Express   p. 16
                                                and musician.
Diabetes                       July 26   1973   Easton doctor Dr. Frederick W. Ward says diabetes     Express          p. 5
                                                on rise
Doctors                        19 Nov.   1973   Obituary of Timothy Spillane, Phillipsburg            Easton Express   p. 1 & 16,
                                                physician.                                                             illus.
Downtown Improvement Group March 14      1973   DIG hires new coordinator, Phil J. Levine             Easton Express   p. 5
(DIG)
Downtown Improvement Group May 11        1973   DIG honors Gloria Cohen who was executive             Easton Express   p. 6, illus.
(DIG)                                           coordinator for 9 years
Drake Building               April 18   1973   Drake Building's value set at $200,000 over sale         Easton Express   p. 5
                                               price
Drake Building               Aug. 16    1973   Price resolved. The Easton Redevelopment                 Express          p. 5
                                               Authority ordered to pay owner Raymond Baurkot
                                               $51,614 more than the original offer. Final
                                               amount of $414,614.
Drake Building               Aug. 18    1973   Price resolved. The Eason Redevelopment                  Express          p. 5
                                               Authority ordered to pay owner Raymond Baurkot
                                               $51,614 more than the original offer. Final
                                               amount of $414,614.
Drop-in Centers              Aug. 8     1973   Drop-in center faces financial collapse                  Express          p. 5
Easton Area Public Library   Nov. 6     1973     Art Collection of original art by local artist to be   Easton Express   P. 5 Illus.
     services                                  started. !st gift from Dr. & Mrs. Joseph Urban in
                                               memory of Ann Urban, artist. Three paintings by
                                               the artist.
Easton Armory                Oct. 18    1973   Bicentennial unit eyes Easton Armory as use for          Easton Express   p. 23, illus.
                                               work in celebration. After December 1, the
                                               National Guard unit to move to Bethlehem. Brief
                                               history of building in existence since 1906.

Easton Armory                Oct. 31    1973   Armory to close and unit to merge with          Easton Express            p. 5
                                               Bethlehem group.
Easton Armory                Oct. 8     1973   Bicentennial unit eyes Easton Armory as use for Easton Express            p. 5
                                               work in celebration. After December 1, the
                                               National Guard unit to move to Bethlehem. Brief
                                               history of building in existence since 1906.

Easton Emergency Squad       Nov. 29    1973   Receives 4 cardiac monitor from Equitable Life           Easton Express   p. 5, illus
                                               Insurance Company.
Easton Emergency Squad       Sept. 29   1973   Easton Emergency Squad marks its 15th                    Easton Express   p. 5
                                               anniversary.
Easton Emergency Squad       Sept. 7    1973   Easton Emergency Squad marks its 15th                    Easton Express   p. 10
                                               anniversary.
Easton Express - Scholarship    June 13    1973   First winner of journalism scholarship - (Deborah   Easton Express   p. 5, illus
                                                  Winston Diehl Journalism Award), is Jeanette
                                                  Moore, a graduate of Easton Area High School.

Easton Express Rehabilitation   Nov.16     1973   New Rehabilitation wing is a team effort. Now in Easton Express      p. 5 illis
Dept                                              operation.
Easton Hospital - Nurses and    Dec. 5     1973   Student nurses of Easton Hospital go to Harrisburg Easton Express    p. 27, illus.
Nursing                                           to demonstrate their support of two house bills
                                                  concerning nursing profession.

Easton Hospital - Nurses and    June 7     1973
Nursing
Easton Hospital - Nurses and    June 7     1973   Easton nurse, Mrs. Lucille Cherry succeeds in     Easton Express     p. 23, illus.
Nursing                                           reaching 20-year goal by graduating from college.

Easton Hospital - Nurses and    June 7     1973   Easton nurse, Mrs. Lucille Cherry succeeds in     Easton Express     p. 23, illus
Nursing                                           reaching 20-year goal by graduating from college.

Easton Neighborhood Centers     March 14   1973   Neighborhood Centers to receive no more Federal Easton Express       p. 5
                                                  Funding. All centers in the Lehigh Valley affected.

Easton Neighborhood Centers - July 7       1973   James Tucker, executive director honored in         Easton Express   p. 5, illus
Tucker                                            farewell dinner.
Easton Neighborhood Centers - Nov. 7       1973   James Tucker, executive director honored in         Easton Express   p. 34
Tucker                                            farewell dinner.
Easton, City of - Arab        Oct. 11      1973   Arab community in Easton area expressed sorrow      Easton Express   p. 5
Community                                         over the current Middle East conflict between
                                                  Israel and Arabia.
Easton, City of - Arab          Oct. 15    1973   Arab peace rally held in St. George's Syrian        Easton Express   p. 5, illus.
Community                                         Orthodox Church, Allentown. $25,000 raised.

Easton, City of - Employees     Feb. 15    1973   City Council creates assistant solicitor post       Easton Express   p. 5
Easton, City of - Employees         Nov. 14    1973   Council member Thomas Goldsmith hits expenses Easton Express         p. 6
                                                      of controller Edward Lucey on convention trips

Easton, City of - Employees         Nov. 21    1973   Council member Thomas Goldsmith hits expenses Easton Express         p. 2
                                                      of controller Edward Lucy on convention trips

Easton, City of - Fire              April 28   1973   Express surveyed the fire department in the wake Express             p. 1
Department - Criticism                                of criticism concerning the handling of the recent
                                                      $100,000-fire at Lafayette College
Easton, City of - Police Dept. - Dec. 5        1973   New headquarters costing $1.01 million is ready Express              p. 7, illus.
Building                                              for use.
Easton, City of - Police Dept. - April 6       1973   Experts teach Easton's K-9 Corps                   Express           p. 5, illus.
Dogs
Easton, City of - Redevelopment Aug. 2         1973   Easton's downtown section of South Third Street Easton Express       p. 5, illus.
                                                      area
Easton, City of - Redevelopment Nov. 17        1973   South Side residents complain of rehabilitation as Express           p. 1 & 5,
                                                      a "patch job."                                                       illus.
Easton, City of - Streets -         Sept. 7    1973   Easton's Northampton Street between 11th &          Easton Express   p. 1
Eleventh, Twelfth, Thirteenth                         13th St. Articles by Easton Express writer. Part 2.
Streets
Easton, City of - Streets - Canal   Sept. 12   1973   Controversy over the possible change by city of    Easton Express    p. 5
Street                                                Canal Street. Questionnaire in Easton Express

Easton, City of - Streets - Canal   Sept. 27   1973   Controversy over the possible change by city of    Easton Express    p. 5
Street                                                Canal Street. Questionnaire in Easton Express.

Easton, City of - Streets -         Sept. 6    1973   Easton's Northampton St. between 11th & 13th       Easton Express    p. 1
Eleventh, Twelfth, Thirteenth                         St. Articles by Easton Express writer. Part 1.
Streets
Easton, City of - Streets -         Feb. 24    1973   New lights installed by Metropolitan Edison        Easton Express    p. 5, illus.
Riverside Drive
Easton, City of - Streets - Signs   Jan. 30    1973   City wins grant of $21,000. from PA Dept. of       Easton Express    p. 6
                                                      Transportation for street signs to conform to
                                                      international standards
Easton, City of - Streets - St.   Jan. 27    1973   Planning Commission reaffirms for wider road for     Easton Express   p. 5
John Street                                         St. John St. on the South Side
Education - Bands                 Dec. 1     1973   Easton Area High School - Parents, students          Easton Express   p. 30 illus.
                                                    defend band's action at Thanksgiving game.
                                                    National anthem was not played.
Education - Bands                 Feb. 8     1973   Easton Area High School unable to attend             Easton Express   p. 5
                                                    International Band festival at Vienna, Austria In
                                                    July. Trip canceled when necessary funds could
                                                    not be raised.
Education - Bands                 Nov. 27    1973   Easton Area High School - Parents, students          Easton Express   p. 10
                                                    defend band's action at Thanksgiving game.
                                                    National anthem was not played.
Education - Curriculum            Dec. 11    1973   Easton Area School District board creates post of    Easton Express   p. 5
                                                    Reading Director.
Education - Curriculum -          March 26   1973   Elementary pupils of Wolf and Cheston schools        Easton Express   p. 5
Languages                                           take a 4 - week mini - course in Spanish. 2
                                                    Lafayette College students are in charge.

Education - Energy                Nov. 27    1973   Energy crisis causes temperatures in the             Easton Express   p. 5
                                                    classroom to be set at 68 degrees during school
                                                    day and 60 over weekends.
Education - Food                  Aug. 25    1973   Easton Area School District lunches rise from $.40   Easton Express   p. 5
                                                    to $.45 in elementary and $.50 to $.55 in senior
                                                    and junior high school.
Education - Food                  June 26    1973   Cafeterias in Easton schools to be contracted with   Easton Express   p. 5
                                                    Kro-Tron Food Services, Inc.
Education - Food                  Oct. 23    1973   Easton Area Schools to take over own food            Easton Express   p. 5
                                                    operation. Dissatisfied by services of Kro-Tron
                                                    Food Services, Inc.
Education - Lieberman Tract       March 3    1973   Lieberman Tract option picked up from Easton         Easton Express   p. 5
                                                    Area School District by J.M. Nicholas Corp. No
                                                    middle school to be built in the tract. Price was
                                                    $200,000.
Education - Moravian Seminary May 8      1973   Portrait of Helena de Schweinitz Correli presented Easton Express    p. 20 illus.
for Girls.                                      to school.
Education - Northampton       Aug. 11    1973   Nursing students to "adopt" grandparents at        Easton Express    p. 5
County Area Community College                   Gracedale.

Education - Northampton       Dec. 7     1973   Board approves the teaching of prisoners at        Easton Express    p. 5
County Area Community College                   county prison.

Education - Northampton       Jan. 22    1973   New structures blend form, utility. Article by     Easton Express    p. 12 illus.
County Area Community College                   reporter on the new complex.

Education - Northampton       June 1     1973   Fifth commencement address given by Dr. Alfredo Easton Express       p. 5 illus.
County Area Community College                   G. de los Santos, former Dean of the school, now
                                                President of El Paso Community College, El Paso,
                                                Texas.
Education - Northampton       June 29    1973   NCACC to establish a child development           Easton Express      p. 5
County Area Community College                   laboratory at the college to provide a nursery
                                                school for children 3 - 5.
Education - Northampton       Nov. 2     1973   Board approves the teaching of prisoners at      Easton Express      p. 5
County Area Community College                   county prison.

Education - Northampton       May 4      1973   Clinical Dentistry program started. First in PA.   Easton Express    p. 5
County Area Community College
0 Curriculum
Egg Decorating                March 29   1973   Decorating eggs - an art. Taught by Mrs. Kit       Easton Express    p. 20, illus
                                                Stansbury of Phillipsburg, N.J.
Energy Crisis                 Nov. 8     1973   Main points of energy plan as submitted by         Easton Express    p. 1
                                                President Nixon. Comment by area residents.

Falk, Peter (T.V. Columbo)    Aug. 28    1973   Stopped by Raritan Township police.                 Easton Express   p. 1
Farming                       Dec. 3     1973   Article by Express reporter on the life of a farmer Easton Express   p. 1
                                                in the Easton area.
Fashion Show                  Sept. 10   1973   Male fashion show to aid South Side                 Easton Express   p. 22
                                                Neighborhood Center.
Feinsilver, Rabbi Alexander   May 14     1973   To retire as rabbi of Temple Covenant of Peace.       Easton Express   p. 5, illus

Ferndale - Churches           Aug. 25    1973   St. Luke's Lutheran Church to observe 210th           Easton Express   p. 18
                                                anniversary.
Ferndale - Churches           Oct. 13    1973   Ferndale United Church of Christ to mark 20th         Easton Express   p. 20, illus
                                                anniversary.
Flag - Stamp                  June 18    1973   Northampton County Commissioners adopt                Easton Express   p. 5
                                                resolution requesting U.S. Postmaster General to
                                                select Easton's flag for the Postal Series of
                                                historical flag stamps.
Flag - Stamp                  June 21    1973   Northampton County Commissioners adopt                Easton Express   p. 6
                                                resolution requesting U.S. Postmaster General to
                                                select Easton's flag for the Postal Series of
                                                historical flag stamps.
Flemington, N.J. - Fires      Aug. 10    1973   Fire at Kerr's chicken hatchery. 5,000 chicks lost,   Easton Express   p. 8
                                                $500,000 damage.
Flemington, N.J. - Fires      Aug. 9     1973   Fire at Kerr's chicken hatchery. 5,000 chicks lost,   Easton Express   p. 1, illus
                                                $500,000 damage.
Flemington, N.J. - Homes      Sept. 22   1973   Hopewell House located on East Main Street,           Easton Express   p. 8, illus
                                                Flemington, N.J. sold. Brief history of historic
                                                home.
Flicksville, Pa. - Churches   May 5      1973   United Church of Christ (formed by merging in         Easton Express   p. 10, illus
                                                1970 of St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran and St.
                                                Mark's Reformed Churches). Brief history of the
                                                church.
Floods                        June 30    1973   Surprise flood hits area. Delaware 26 ft. above       Easton Express   p. 1, illus
                                                normal. Highest since flood of 1955.
Food - Poisoning              Sept. 27   1973   300 Phillipsburg elementary school pupils afflicted   Easton Express   p. 1
                                                by food poisoning. Warren Hospital and Easton
                                                treated the sick children. Food prepared by Kro-
                                                Tron firm, attributed to egg salad sandwiches.

Food - Prices                 Aug. 20    1973   Easton food prices top East Pennsylvania list.        Easton Express   p. 1
Forks Township - Emergency    May 11     1973   Emergency Squad buys 1.07 acres along Route 115 Easton Express         p. 15, illus
Squad                                           across from Metropolitan Edison Company, cost
                                                $12,000.
Forks Township - Emergency    Nov. 23    1973   Emergency Squad buys 1.07 acres along Route 115 Easton Express         p. 5, illus
Squad                                           across from Metropolitan Edison Company, cost
                                                $12,000.
Forks Township - Floods       Dec. 5     1973   Forks Township abandons Flood Zoning Plan.      Easton Express         p. 5

Forks Township - Historic     April 13   1973   Mitman home.                                          Easton Express   p. 3, illus
Homes
Frenchtown, N.J. - Churches   Nov. 3     1973   Baptist church founded in 1866 is more than 100 Easton Express         p. 10, illus
                                                years old.
Gangs                         May 12     1973   12th Street increases, so do residents, headaches. Easton Express      p. 1

Gasoline Shortage             Dec. 24    1973   Worse gas shortage is coming, stations to close for   Easton Express   p. 1
                                                holidays.
Gasoline Shortage             Dec. 3     1973   Run on gas heavy in area, only able to purchase $2    Easton Express   p. 5
                                                or $3 at a time.
Gasoline Shortage             Dec. 31    1973   Worse gas shortage is coming, stations to close for   Easton Express   p. 1
                                                holidays.
Gasoline Shortage             Dec. 5     1973   Easton Area High School students might be barred      Easton Express   p. 16, illus
                                                form using their own cars to come to school.

Gerstell, Robert Sinclair     May 2      1973   Former president and chairman of Alpha Portland Easton Express         p. 1, illus
                                                Cement Company - obituary.                                             p. 14,
                                                                                                                       editorial
Gess House                    April 27   1973   Colonial home in Phillipsburg, N.J. has been placed Easton Express     p. 6, illus
                                                on the National Register of Historic Places. It is to
                                                be the home of the Phillipsburg Historical Society.

Glendon House                 June 16    1973   Inmate says center is a place to learn about          Easton Express   p. 5, illus
                                                responsibility.
Glendon House                 May 3      1973   Glendon Center permit contested.                      Easton Express   p. 7
Gracedale - Addition           Nov. 6     1973   New, 400 bed addition costing $9.25 million to be Easton Express   p. 7, illus
                                                 completed in fall of 1974.,
Gracedale - Fee                Jan. 17    1973   Daily rate increased form $11 to $14 a day.       Easton Express   p. 5
                                                 Budget costs outlined for the year.
Grifo, Richard D.              May 16     1973   Judge Richard D. and wife Lee Crifo. Account of   Easton Express   p. 1
                                                 their activities also campaigning for office.

Grifo, Richard D.              Nov. 2     1973   Judge Richard D. and wife Lee Crifo. Account of   Easton Express   p. 11, illus
                                                 their activities also campaigning for office.

Grifo, Richard D.              Nov. 7     1973   Judge Richard D. and wife Lee Crifo. Account of   Easton Express   p. 1
                                                 their activities also campaigning for office.

Guttmacher, Dr. Alan F.        April 27   1973   President of Planned Parenthood Federation, Inc., Easton Express   p. 5, illus
                                                 speaks at Lafayette College.

Hackettstown, N.J - Historic   Sept. 8    1973   Old house of Drakestown Road erected in 1828      Easton Express   p. 7, illus
Homes                                            and former Pony Express Stop, now owned by
                                                 Frank Harvey, novelist.
Hampton, N.J. - Bridge         Sept. 20   1973   120 year old bridge at Hampton over Railroad      Easton Express   p. 22, illus
                                                 Avenue for sale. Brief history.
Harmony, N.J. - Churches       July 28    1973   Harmony Presbyterian Church started in 1807.      Easton Express   p. 10, illus

Heath Village                  Dec. 14    1973   A non-profit corporation endorsed by Episcopal    Easton Express   p. 17
                                                 Diocese of Newark for the elderly. Located on
                                                 Schooley Mountain Road, southeast of
                                                 Hackettstown, an account of its facilities.

Henry's Woods                  March 24   1973   Nature lovers and bikers mistreat the land.       Easton Express   p. 5, illus
Henry's Woods                  March 28   1973   Barriers are planned and rules to be enforced.    Easton Express   p. 5

Henry's Woods                  Oct. 15    1973   Almost 500 persons walked through Henry's         Easton Express   p. 5, illus
                                                 Woods. Conducted by Jacobsburg Historical
                                                 Society.
Herster, Andrew              July 26    1973   Herster, Andrew, Northampton County solicitor. Easton Express         p. 5
                                               Sketch of his career.
Horses                       Sept. 28   1973   Monroe County. 1890 ordinance violated by Karen Easton Express        p. 1
                                               McCarthy, 16 year old girl for riding her horse on
                                               the sidewalk in East Stroudsburg.

Housing - Bushkill House     July 23    1973   Bushkill House, 7th & Spring Garden Streets - 48     Easton Express   p. 7, illus
                                               units, cost $1.2 million.
Housing - Delaware Terrace   March 15   1973   $20,000 community building and recreation area       Easton Express   p. 5, illus
Project                                        designed by architect, Robert Yeager. Explained to
                                               Delaware Terrace Improvement Association
                                               (DTIA).
Housing - South Easton       Jan. 20    1973   Apartment complex of 96 units to be built on site    Easton Express   p. 5
                                               of former brickyard at Sampson & Grant Sts. Site
                                               vacant since Zehinder's Brickyard ceased working
                                               in early 30's.
Housing - Survey             Aug. 28    1973   Task force created to survey housing problems in     Easton Express   p. 1
                                               Easton. Easton Express staff writer, John Bonnell
                                               writes.
Housing - Survey             Aug. 29    1973   Task force created to survey housing problems in     Easton Express   p. 1, 23
                                               Easton. Easton Express staff writer, John Bonnell
                                               writes.
Housing - Survey             Aug. 30    1973   Task force created to survey housing problems in     Easton Express   p. 1
                                               Easton. Easton Express staff writer, John Bonnell
                                               writes.
Housing - The Highlands      Jan. 25    1973   Easton sells 30 acres in Southeast portion of        Easton Express   p. 5
                                               Easton to Benjamin Contractors. Will construct
                                               $16 million townhouse development "The
                                               Highlands." Paid $2,000 an acre.

Hugh Moore Parkway           Nov. 29    1973   Parkway plan released showing potential              Easton Express   p. 5
                                               significance for the entire lower Lehigh River area.
Hugh Moore Parkway                Oct. 17   1973   Parkway plan released showing potential              Easton Express   p. 1, illus
                                                   significance for the entire lower Lehigh River area.

Hugh Moore Parkway -              May 11    1973   Hugh Moore Parkway sponsors an archaeological Easton Express          p. 6
Archaeological Dig                                 dig on site of old iron company.

Hunterdon County, N.J. - Artists Sept. 24   1973   Artist Walter Chandoha, an account of his        Easton Express       p. 16, illus
                                                   photographic art.
Hunterdon County, N.J. -         July 14    1973   Colonial Reformed Church on Stanton Mountain, Easton Express          p. 10, illus
Churches                                           Stanton founded in 1833.
Hunterdon County, N.J. - Justice May 2      1973   Trenchard, Thomas Whitetaker, justice of         Easton Express       p. 10, illus
                                                   Hunterdon County, N.J. who presided at Lindbergh
                                                   kidnapping case. Portrait presented to County
                                                   Court, painted by Robert Burns.

Hunterdon County, N.J. - Public June 11     1973   New library and municipal building dedicated.      Easton Express     p. 8, illus
Buildings
Independence Hall, Philadelphia Feb. 10     1973   Clock restored on west side of Hall. Wood facing   Easton Express     p. 5, illus
                                                   was built by Eisenhardt Mills, Inc. of Forks
                                                   Township.
Indians - Festivals               Feb. 12   1973   East Indian Festival "Saraswati Puga" held at      Easton Express     p. 5, illus
                                                   Epworth United Methodist Church, Bethlehem
                                                   Township.
International Ladies Garment      June 28   1973   International Ladies Garment Workers of Easton     Easton Express     p. 5, illus
Workers of Easton                                  picket local office.
Irish Eyes are Smiling            Jan. 25   1973   "Irish Eyes are Smiling" Composer George Graff     Easton Express     p. 6
                                                   lived in Stroudsburg, died.
Jacobsburg - Historical Society   Aug. 18   1973   Projects of preservation: Tannery.                 Easton Express     p. 14, illus

Jacobsburg - Historical Society   Jan. 19   1973   Projects of preservation: Benade House.            Easton Express     p. 5, illus

Jacobsburg - Historical Society   Oct. 6    1973   Projects of preservation: Henry's Woods Walk.      Easton Express     p. 5, illus
Jacobsburg - State Park      Nov. 26   1973   The controversy over state plans to build a dam     Easton Express   p. 5, illus
                                              on Bushkill Creek and create a recreational lake is
                                              causing some criticism at Harrisburg in the various
                                              departments.
Jenny Jump State Forest      June 21   1973   966 acre state parks in Warren County, N.J.,        Easton Express   p. 48, illus
                                              between Hope and Great Meadows.
Jewish Community Center      Aug. 6    1973   Cabins gift of Jack Sher in memory of his daughter. Easton Express   p. 5

Jewish Community Center      May 7     1973   Plaque commemorating Israel's 25th Anniversary Easton Express        p. 21, illus
                                              presented to people of Easton by Jewish
                                              Community Council.
Jews                         July 13   1973   B'Nai Abraham Synagogue. Mrs. Robert Seigel,   Easton Express        p. 12, illus
                                              first woman president of the Easton Synagogue.

Jews                         Oct. 11   1973   Jews-Israel Emergency Fund. 200 people met in      Easton Express    p. 5, illus
                                              Temple Covenant of Peach-heard a brief religious
                                              service and pledged donations of almost $73,000
                                              in cash.
Jews                         Oct. 12   1973   Jews-Israel Emergency Fund. 200 people met in      Easton Express    p. 5
                                              Temple Covenant of Peach-heard a brief religious
                                              service and pledged donations of almost $73,000
                                              in cash.
Kirby, Allen Price           May 2     1973   Obit.                                              Easton Express    p. 1, illus
Kirby, Allen Price           May 24    1973   $35-45 million Kirby estate to remain in family    Easton Express    p. 5
                                              control.
Kreskin                      Oct. 20   1973   Kreskin, the mentalist expert entertains at the    Easton Express    p. 1, illus
                                              Northampton County Community College.

Lafayette College - Blacks   Feb. 12   1973   Black Festival Week held at Lafayette College for 8 Easton Express   P. 5
                                              days.
Lafayette College - Blacks   Nov. 21   1973   Association of Black Collegians at Lafayette        Easton Express   p. 43, illus.
                                              College is running a supplemental educational
                                              program called "Black Children Can."
Lafayette College - Fraternities   April 20   1973   Fire at Phi Gamma Delta House touches off        Easton Express      p. 5, illus.
                                                     dispute with local fire department.
Lafayette College - Fraternities   April 4    1973   Blaze destroys Phi Gamma Delta fraternity house. Easton Express      p. 1
                                                     2 1/2 story house, housing 27 students.

Lafayette College - Gymnasium Feb. 19         1973   Alumni Memorial gym drew names on 1924              Easton Express   p. 23, illus.
                                                     opening.
Lafayette College - Housing        Oct. 22    1973   Newly dedicated dormitory is named Jeannette        Easton Express   p. 5, illus.
                                                     Kittredge Watson Courts.
Lafayette College - Kirby Field    Jan. 27    1973   Fieldhouse takes shape at Lafayette.                Express          p. 26, illus.
House
Lafayette College - Kirby Field    June 1     1973   The fieldhouse is a dream come true. Article by S. Express           p. 17, illus.
House                                                Parnell Lewis.
Lafayette College - Kirby Field    June 4     1973   The fieldhouse is dedicated.                       Express           p. 5
House
Lafayette College - Kirby Field    June 7     1973   The fieldhouse is a dream come true. Article by S. Express           p. 50
House                                                Parnell Lewis.
Lafayette College - Kirby Field    May 25     1973   Lafayette College honors Mrs. Harvey F. Mack and Easton Express      p. 5, illus.
House                                                unveils plaque in Kirby Field House which is in
                                                     honor of her husband, Harvey F. Mack, late
                                                     president of Mack Printing Co.

Lafayette College - Students       Nov. 21    1973   Association of Black Collegians at Lafayette        Easton Express   p. 43, illus.
                                                     College running a supplemental educational
                                                     program call "Black Children Can."
Lafayette College - Trustees       May 2      1973   Obituary of Allan P. Kirby, trustee of Lafayette    Express          p. 1, illus.
                                                     College.
Lafayette College - Visitors       May 5      1973   Author Ashley Montagu speaks at Lafayette           Express          p. 5, illus.
                                                     College.
Lafayette College - Visitors       Oct. 9     1973   Norman Mailer speaking at Lafayette College for     Easton Express   p. 1, illus.
                                                     Stephen Crane Society. Wants to spy on CIA, FBI.

Landfills, Sanitary                April 30   1973   Williams walk draws 300 in opposition to landfill   Express          p. 5
                                                     site.
Landfills, Sanitary        June 7    1973   Planning engineers of Joint Planning Commission   Express          p. 5, illus.
                                            say the site in Williams Township is practical.

Landfills, Sanitary        May 10    1973   Esaton outlines plans for Williams Township       Express          p. 5, illus.
                                            landfill.
Landfills, Sanitary        May 10    1973   Easton outlines plans for Williams Township       Express          p. 19
                                            landfill.
Landfills, Sanitary        May 2     1973   Landfill controversy awaits decision by Judge     Express          p. 5
                                            Williams. Easton requests land area in Williams
                                            Township.
Landfills, Sanitary        May 2     1973   Landfill controversy awaits decision by Judge     Express          p. 14
                                            Williams. Easton requests land area in Williams                    editorial
                                            Township.
Landfills, Sanitary        May 8     1973   Landfill controversy awaits decision by Judge     Express          p. 5, illus.
                                            Williams. Easton requests land area in Williams
                                            Township.
Landfills, Sanitary        May 9     1973   Easton outlines plans for Williams Township       Express          p. 1
                                            landfill.
Lehigh Canal               May 24    1973   Hugh Moore Parkway Commission starts              Express          p. 5, illus.
                                            reconstruction of the Lehigh Canal.
Lehigh River - Dam         Feb. 19   1973   A new chain dam near Glendon nears completion.    Easton Express   p. 5, illus.
                                            Took 1 1/2 years to build . $16,000.

Lehigh University          Dec. 14   1973   College of Engineering to be renamed College of   Easton Express   p. 7
                                            Engineering and Physical Sciences on January 1,
                                            1974.
Lehigh Valley Railroad -   June 7    1973   Railroad seeks bankruptcy approval.               Easton Express   p. 5
Bankruptcy
Lehigh Valley Railroad -   June 8    1973   Railroad seeks bankruptcy approval.               Easton Express   p. 5
Bankruptcy
Lehigh Valley Railroad -   June 9    1973   Railroad seeks bankruptcy approval.               Easton Express   p. 5
Bankruptcy
Lehigh Valley Railroad -           March 7    1973   The bankrupt railroad asked a federal court             Easton Express   p. 1, illus
Bankruptcy                                           yesterday (March 6) for permission to cease its
                                                     operation October 1. Brief history and present
                                                     operation.
Lehigh Valley Railroad - Freight   July 3     1973   Lehigh Valley Railroad to close Richards freight        Easton Express   p. 7
                                                     yard near Easton and transfer train crews to
                                                     Allentown.
Lehigh Valley Railroad - History May 30       1973   Decline of railroad. An account of the Valley           Easton Express   p. 23, illus
                                                     plight. Also account of the Black Diamond Article
                                                     by Express reporter, John B. Bonnell.
Lindbergh, Charles                 May 2      1973   Portrait of Thomas Whiteaker Trenchard, justice         Easton Express   p. 10, illus.
                                                     of Hunterdon County, NJ, who presided at
                                                     Lindbergh kidnapping case, was presented to
                                                     County Court. Painted by Robert Burns.

Loitering                          Aug. 18    1973   "No loafing" signs decorate windows of homes            Easton Express   p. 5
                                                     and businesses along Northampton Street from
                                                     10th to 13th Streets.
Lola - Route 611                   Dec. 15    1973   Foes of the Rt. 611 beautification plan object to       Express          p. 5, illus.
                                                     county commissioners for an onsite inspection of
                                                     their land.
Mariton                            June 21    1973   Wild life sanctuary in Williams Township.               Easton Express   p. 5, illus
Martin's Creek - Churches          Sept. 15   1973   St. Rocco's Roman Church, Martin's Creek, to have       Easton Express   p. 5, illus
                                                     exterior renovations.
Monroe County, Pa. - Churches July 7          1973   Zion United Church, Lutheran of Brodheadsville          Easton Express   p. 10, illus
                                                     organized April 1, 1856.
Monroe County, Pa. -               Sept. 28   1973   1890 ordinance violated by Karen McCarthy, 16           Easton Express   p. 1
Ordinances                                           year old girl for riding her horse on the sidewalk in
                                                     East Stroudsburg.
Moore, Hugh                        Nov. 19    1973   Gift of 118 acre in Lower Nazareth and Bethlehem        Easton Express   p. 7, illus
                                                     Townships to be developed as a part.
Moore, Hugh                Nov. 20    1973   Gift of 118 acre in Lower Nazareth and Bethlehem Easton Express      p. 5
                                             Townships to be developed as a part.

Moore, Hugh                Nov. 21    1973   Gift of 118 acre in Lower Nazareth and Bethlehem Easton Express      p. 60, illus
                                             Townships to be developed as a part.

Muhammad Ali               Jan. 22    1973   To tour County Prison on January 23, 1973.          Easton Express   p. 5
Muhammad Ali               Jan. 23    1973   To tour County Prison on January 23, 1973.          Easton Express   p. 1
Muhammad Ali               Jan. 24    1973   To tour County Prison on January 23, 1973.          Easton Express   p. 1
Mushrooms                  Sept. 21   1973   Giuseppe Billone found two monster mushrooms        Easton Express   p. 5, illus
                                             in Bushkill Township. Weight 7 lbs. 3 oz. apiece.

Music Center Study         Nov. 14    1973   A study to determine the feasibility of a music     Easton Express   p. 5
                                             performing center for the Lehigh Valley to begin
                                             early next year.
NAACP                      Aug. 15    1973   Charges of racistism against Patrolman Anthony      Easton Express   p. 7
                                             Capellano. State Dept. of Justice and Human
                                             Relations to investigate.
NAACP                      Aug. 8     1973   Charges of racistism against Patrolman Anthony      Easton Express   p. 5
                                             Capellano. State Dept. of Justice and Human
                                             Relations to investigate.
NAACP                      Feb. 12    1973   National Association for Advancement of Colored     Easton Express   p. 5, illus
                                             People. Gives life membership to Easton attorney,
                                             Normal Seidel.
NAACP - History            Feb. 10    1973   Brief history of NAACP.                             Easton Express   p. 5
Nazareth, Pa. - Library    July 28    1973   Miss Ruth L. Leh resigns as librarian. Served 18    Easton Express   p. 6
                                             years.
Nazareth, Pa. - Speedway   Aug. 1     1973   Bid of $300,000 rejected as bid for Nazareth        Easton Express   p. 7
                                             National Speedway which had gone into
                                             bankruptcy.
New Jersey - Churches      June 30    1973   Three Bridges Reformed Church to celebrate          Easton Express   p. 10, illus
                                             100th anniversary.
Nockamixon Dam             Dec. 8     1973   Dedicated. Second largest lake in eastern Pa.       Easton Express   p. 1, illus
North. Co. Country Clubs         March 5   1973   Wolfe, Herman. Obit. Ex-manager of Northampton        Easton Express   p. 23
                                                  County Club 1937-1747 also owned Swiss Shop
                                                  1947-1959.
North. Co. Hist. Society -       Dec. 6    1973   Wood carving by Noah Weis and Frederick Faber         Easton Express   p. 19, illus
Exhibits                                          on exhibition.
Northampton Co., PA -            March 6   1973   Government Study Commission to propose that           Express          p. 13
Commissioners                                     County commissioners be replaced by an elected
                                                  County executive and council
Northampton Co., PA - Judges     Jan. 12   1973   Retired County judge Carleton Woodring (20 years      Easton Express   p. 5
                                                  of service) honored by unveiling of his portrait in
                                                  courtroom No. 2
Northampton Co., PA - Judges     Jan. 23   1973   Retired County judge Carleton Woodring (20 years      Easton Express   p. 5, illus.
                                                  of service) honored by unveiling of his portrait in
                                                  courtroom No. 2
Northampton Co., PA - Prison -   Dec. 14   1973   Prison Board agrees to raise rent of out-of-County    Easton Express   p. 5
Budget                                            inmates
Northampton Co., PA - Prison -   Dec. 4    1973   Prison Board agrees to raise rent of out-of-County    Express          p. 5
Budget                                            inmates
Northampton Co., PA - Prison -   Nov. 8    1973   County commissioners voted to notify the              Express          p. 6
Budget                                            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
Northampton Co., PA - Prison -   Nov. 9    1973   Prison Board agrees to raise rent of out-of-County    Express          p. 5
Budget                                            inmates
Northampton Co., PA - Prison -   Dec. 12   1973   Prison inmates have their 25th annual Christmas       Express          p. 5, illus.
Christmas                                         party
Northampton Co., PA - Prison -   Jan. 11   1973   Inmates for past 2 years volunteered to test the      Easton Express   p. 1
Drugs                                             effects of drugs on the human body
Northampton Co., PA - Prison -   April 5   1973   Rehabilitation of prisoners at Glendon                Easton Express   p. 5
Rehabilitation Center                             Rehabilitation Center opposed by residents
Northampton Co., PA - Prison -      Aug. 24    1973   Deadline extension for closing approved by the     Express          p. 5
Rehabilitation Center                                 Glendon Borough

Northampton Co., PA - Prison -      July 12    1973   Glendon Rehabilitation Center inmates are          Express          p. 5
Rehabilitation Center                                 accused of abuse

Northampton Co., PA - Prison -      July 30    1973   Backers unsure of next move. Northampton           Express          p. 5
Rehabilitation Center                                 County Court revoked ruling on zoning

Northampton Co., PA - Prison -      Sept. 12   1973   Rehabilitation Center at Glendon closes its door   Express          p. 5., illus.
Rehabilitation Center

Northampton Co., PA - Prison -      July 30    1973   Inmates sand blasting prison walls. First time     Express          p. 6
Renovation                                            exterior ever cleaned
Northampton Co., PA - Prison -      Jan. 22    1973   Muhammed Ali to tour county prison on January      Easton Express   p. 5
Visitors                                              23, 1973
Northampton Co., PA - Prison -      Jan. 23    1973   Muhammed Ali to tour county prison on January      Easton Express   p. 1
Visitors                                              23, 1973
Northampton Co., PA - Prison -      Jan. 24    1973   Muhammad Ali tour county prison on January 23,     Easton Express   p. 1
Visitors                                              1973
Northampton Co., PA - Prison -      March 9    1973   Prison buys metal detectors to frisk inmates and   Easton Express   p. 5
Visitors                                              all visitors
Northampton Co., PA - Prison -      July 13    1973   Prison pushes women inmates' rights                Express          p. 5
Women
Northampton Co., PA -               July 10    1973   Inmates sand blasting prison walls. First time     Express          p. 5 & 7,
Renovation                                            exterior ever cleaned                                               illus.
Northampton County Historical       April 2    1973   Opens a new exhibit of early 19th century fire     Easton Express   p. 5, illus
& Genealogical Society - Exhibits                     fighting equipment and memoralulia.
Nursing Home                    Jan. 4     1973   Causa Convalescent Home, 829 Northampton St.           Easton Express   p. 5
                                                  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.

Oxford, N.J. - Churches         April 14   1973   Colonial Methodist Church -- its history.         Easton Express        p. 11, illus
Pacchioli, Joseph L.            Oct. 18    1973   Pa. Legislator from Bethlehem Township, obituary. Easton Express        p. 38

Palmer Township                 Aug. 29    1973   Outlines development goals.                            Easton Express   p. 5, illus
Palmer Township - Artist        Oct. 9     1973   Nicholas Bartolacci, mail carrier is also a talented   Easton Express   p. 14, illus
                                                  artist.
Palmer Township - Fire Co.      Aug. 31    1973   Phasing out its fire activities. To build a new        Easton Express   p. 5
                                                  structure and to go into banquet business.
Palmer Township - Rescue        May 22     1973   Suburban Rescue Squad of Palmer Township.              Easton Express   p. 7
Squad                                             Palmer Township officials honor squad.

Palmer Township - Traffic       Jan. 10    1973   Loses fight for traffic light on Route 248 at Easton Express            p. 5
                                                  intersection of Lawnhurst.
Palmer Township - Zoning        Nov. 29    1973   Zoners approve condominium on Hackett Avenue. Easton Express            p. 28

Parking                         Aug. 11    1973   Easton City Council to enforce overnight               Easton Express   p. 5
                                                  commercial truck parking on city streets.
Pen Argyl, Pa. - Churches       June 16    1973   Grace United Methodist Church. Brief history.          Easton Express   p. 8, illus

Phillipsburg High School -      April 19   1973   Four high schools challenge the N.J. Constitution Easton Express        p. 1, illus
Students                                          by announcing the candidates for N.J. legislative
                                                  seats.
Phillipsburg, N.J. - Churches   Dec. 15    1973   Grace Lutheran Church. Brief history.             EaSTON Express        p. 8, illus
Phillipsburg, N.J. - Churches   Jan. 13    1973   St. James Lutheran Church (Straw Church) located Easton Express         p. 11, illus
                                                  in Pohatcong Township, N.J. - a brief history.

Phillipsburg, N.J. - Churches   Jan. 19    1973   6 congregations hold week-long ecumenical              Easton Express   p. 8
                                                  observance.
Phillipsburg, N.J. - Churches       June 29    1973   Sts. Philip and James Roman Catholic Church           Easton Express   p. 11, illus
                                                      rededicated and officially entered its second
                                                      century of service to Catholics of the Phillipsburg
                                                      area.
Phillipsburg, N.J. - Churches       March 3    1973   St. Luke's Episcopal Church is 117 years old.         Easton Express   p. 10, illus
Phillipsburg, N.J. - Churches       Oct. 20    1973   Grace Baptist Church, 2 months old, located on        Easton Express   p. 8, illus
                                                      South Main Street near Sitgreaves Street.
Phillipsburg, N.J. - Churches       Sept. 15   1973   Christian and Missionary Gospel Tabernacle. Brief     Easton Express   p. 10, illus
                                                      history.
Phillipsburg, N.J. - Clubs          Oct. 15    1973   Italian American Social Club observes 40th            Easton Express   p. 6, illus
                                                      anniversary.
Phillipsburg, N.J. - Homes          July 23    1973   Gess House, oldest house in Phillipsburg, needs to    Easton Express   p. 6, illus
                                                      be preserved.
Phillipsburg, N.J. - Homes          July 25    1973   Gess House, oldest house in Phillipsburg, needs to    Easton Express   p. 14, illus
                                                      be preserved.
Phillipsburg, N.J. - Library        March 17   1973   Library observes 50th anniversary.                    Easton Express   p. 8, illus
Phillipsburg, N.J. - Parks          May 21     1973   Jaycees planned and dedicated Veterans Band           Easton Express   p. 9, illus
                                                      Shell in Park.
Phillipsburg, N.J. - Parks          Oct. 18    1973   The Phillipsburg Community Development                Easton Express   p. 7
                                                      Program to build a "vest-pocket" park on Brainard
                                                      Street.
Phillipsburg, N.J. - Police Dept.   Sept. 21   1973   New uniforms for all policewomen and policemen.       Easton Express   p. 8, illus
                                                      First change in style in 25 years.
Phillipsburg, N.J. - Schools        July 13    1973   New Middle School dedicated to Miss Lillian           Easton Express   p. 10, illus
                                                      Houser, retired assistant to the superintendent of
                                                      schools.
Phillipsburg, N.J. - Schools        Sept. 10   1973   New Middle School dedicated to Miss Lillian           Easton Express   p. 8, illus
                                                      Houser, retired assistant to the superintendent of
                                                      schools.
Phillipsburg, N.J. - Schools -      Sept. 29   1973   Egg salad linked to food poisoning, said N.J. Dept.   Easton Express   p. 1
Meals                                                 of Health. Kro-Tron food service catering food to
                                                      schools.
Plainfield Township - Churches      Oct. 27    1973   St. Peter's Evangelical Lutheran Church plans         Easton Express   p. 8, illus
                                                      service to mark 168th year.
Pocono Downs                     May 22     1973   Karl Wallenda, the Great Wallenda, walked 700 ft. Easton Express        p. 14, illus
                                                   on strand of wire strung across Pocono Downs.

Pocono State Fair, Monroe        July 21    1973   Bob Hope entertains audience of 3,000.                 Easton Express   p. 1, illus
County, Pa.                                        Promoters disappointed in turnout.
Pornography                      Sept. 28   1973   Northampton County District attorney Charles           Easton Express   p. 5
                                                   Spaziani said that the enforcement of new
                                                   guidelines governing pornography law
                                                   enforcement officials should "use just good old
                                                   common horse sense."
Port Murray, N.J. - Churches     June 2     1973   Mansfield Baptist Church to celebrate 131st            Easton Express   p. 10, illus
                                                   anniversary.
Prisons - Annandale, NJ          March 8    1973   Youth correction center at Annandale, NJ has           Easton Express   p. 1, illus.
                                                   uprisings of inmates - 41 persons hurt.
Public Assistance                May 30     1973   Final approval given to Welfare building - a 2 story   Easton Express   p. 5, illus
                                                   building on Riverside Drive.
Pumpkin Contest                  Oct. 31    1973   Easton Express contest awards Frederic Hunt, East      Easton Express   p. 1, illus
                                                   Bangor, first prize for the largest pumpkin 94 1/2
                                                   lbs.
Quakers                          Oct. 6     1973   Wedding. Susan Dreisbach and Roger C. Williams.        Easton Express   p. 35, illus
                                                   Wrote their own vows. Couple combined their
                                                   surnames.
Railroad - Routes                May 29     1973   Iron horse revives America's past. About 1,000         Easton Express   p. 1, illus
                                                   persons rode on the 23 car excursion. Trip from
                                                   Hoboken, N.J. to Binghapton, N.Y. Stopped at East
                                                   Stroudsburg to take on water.

Raubsville, Pa. - Post Office    June 19    1973   Residents oppose the closing of the post office    Easton Express       p. 5
                                                   branch.
Recreation - Recycling Project   July 16    1973   Apathy closes recycling center in Easton. Raymond Easton Express        p. 6
                                                   Baurkat, beer distributor, had been the collection
                                                   agency since September 1971.
Reeves, Orion                   July 19    1973   Community and Kiwanis honor "Okie" Reeves.        Easton Express   p. 5, illus

Reeves, Orion                   Nov. 10    1973   Nicknamed 'Okie' former mayor of Easton 1956 to   Easton Express   p. 1, illus
                                                  1960 and teacher in Easton School District.
                                                  Obituary.
Reeves, Orion                   Sept. 21   1973   Honored by Easton Forest 35, Tall Cedars of       Easton Express   p. 6, illus
                                                  Lebanon.
Rehabilitation Center - Glendon April 19   1973   Glendon files zoning charges against the prison   Easton Express   p. 5
                                                  rehabilitation center at 7 High Street which
                                                  opened last fall.
Rehabilitation Center - Glendon May 11     1973   Glendon Center maeks prisoners feel human.        Easton Express   p. 5

Reibman Family                  Oct. 22    1973   Edward Reibman sworn in as member of Bar of     Easton Express     p. 6, illus
                                                  Northampton County. 2nd son of the family to be
                                                  admitted. Mother Jeanette Reibman is a Pa.
                                                  Senator.
Reibman, Jeanette               Jan. 9     1973   Name proposed for post of Senate majority whip. Easton Express     p. 2

Revenue Sharing                 April 17   1973   Easton receives $136,574. Other areas of          Easton Express   p. 30
                                                  Northampton, Bucks, and Monroe are listed.
Riegelsville, Pa. - Banks       Dec. 6     1973   Girard Bank of Riegelsville robbed of $10,000.    Easton Express   p. 1

Riegelsville, Pa. - Churches    April 7    1973   Restaurant converted to a church. Non-            Easton Express   p. 10, illus
                                                  demoninational Church of Christ starts services
                                                  April 29, at the former Winter's Restaurant on
                                                  Route 611 between Raubsville and Riegelsville.

Riegelsville, Pa. - Taxation    Aug. 28    1973   School taxes affecting property owners increased Easton Express    p. 5
                                                  from 81 to 97.2 mills for 1973-1974 school year.
Riegelsville, Pa. - Taxation   Jan. 6     1973   Property owners no longer have to help support    Easton Express   p. 19
                                                 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.

Riegelsville, Pa. - Taxation   July 7     1973   School taxes affecting property owners increased Easton Express    p. 5
                                                 from 81 to 97.2 mills for 1973-1974 school year.

Riegelsville, Pa. - Taxation   Sept. 1    1973   Organization to sue Easton School Board because Easton Express     p. 5
                                                 of a tax inequity affecting Riegelsville.

Riegelsville, Pa. - Taxation   Sept. 11   1973   Easton Area School Board agrees to lower        Easton Express     p. 5
                                                 Riegelsville school tax.
Roads - N.J.                   July 14    1973   15 miles of Interstate Route 80 between Netcong Easton Express     p. 1
                                                 and Hope opened on July 13, 1973.
Roads - Route 115              Jan. 4     1973   The removal of road signs from the Easton area  Easton Express     p. 5
                                                 for Route 115 causes businessman of the Forks
                                                 area to be concerned as business dropped off.

Roads - Route 611              Dec. 11    1973   Beautification of 611 opposed by residents.       Easton Express   p. 5
                                                 Association called LOLA formed, means Leave Our
                                                 Land Alone Association.
Roads - Route 611              Dec. 14    1973   Beautification of 611 opposed by residents.       Easton Express   p. 5
                                                 Association called LOLA formed, means Leave Our
                                                 Land Alone Association.
Roads - Route 611              Dec. 15    1973   Beautification would involve 81 sites.            Easton Express   p. 5, illus
Roads - Route 611              Dec. 24    1973   Beautification of 611 opposed by residents.       Easton Express   p. 6
                                                 Association called LOLA formed, means Leave Our
                                                 Land Alone Association.
Roads - Route 611              Dec. 6     1973   Beautification of 611 opposed by residents.       Easton Express   p. 5
                                                 Association called LOLA formed, means Leave Our
                                                 Land Alone Association.
Roads - Route 611              Nov. 14    1973   Beautification would involve 81 sites.            Easton Express   p. 5
Roads - Route 611           Nov. 26     1973    Beautification would involve 81 sites.             Easton Express    p. 5
Roads - Route 611           Nov. 7      1973    Beautification would involve 81 sites.             Easton Express    p. 5
Roads - Route 611           Oct. 16     1973    Beautification opponents adopt the name Lola       Easton Express    p. 5
                                                meaning Leave Our Lands Alone Association.

Roads - Route 611           Oct. 20     1973    Beautification opponents adopt the name Lola       Easton Express    p. 5
                                                meaning Leave Our Lands Alone Association.

Roads - Route 611           Oct. 31     1973    Beautification opponents adopt the name Lola       Easton Express    p. 16, illus
                                                meaning Leave Our Lands Alone Association.

Roads - Route 611           Oct. 5      1973    Beautification opponents adopt the name Lola       Easton Express    p. 5
                                                meaning Leave Our Lands Alone Association.

Roscioli, Gene              Aug. 10     1973    Chairman of the Pa. Liquor Control Board said he   Easton Express    p. 5
                                                did not tamper with the files.
Roscioli, Gene              Aug. 7      1973    Chairman of the Pa. Liquor Control Board said he   Easton Express    p. 1
                                                did not tamper with the files.
Roseto, Pa. - Churches      July 21     1973    Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Church. History of the      Easton Express    p. 12, illus
                                                church and its annual festival.
Roseto, Pa. - Churches      Sept. 22    1973    Presbyterian Church of Roseto to continue as the   Easton Express    p. 10, illus
                                                Roseto Independent Church. Brief history.

Saylorsburg, Pa. - Hotels   July 10     1973    Ye Olde Saylor's Inn forced to close.               Easton Express   p. 7, illus
Schools - Students          May 18      1973    EAHS 11th grade holds picnic typical of the 1880's. Easton Express   p. 5 illus.

Schools - Students          Oct. 18     1973    Sewall, Douglas. EHS graduate, victim of kidnew    Easton Express    p. 38
                                                disease. Had received kidnew dialysis machine
                                                through first varsity E Kidney Fund Drive.
                                                Obituary.
Schools - Superintendents   April 14, 16 1973   Dr. Fitzsimmons' resignation accepted by board -   Easton Express    p. 5
                            & 17                although some members not willing to accept it.
Schools - Superintendents   April 6    1973    Easton Area School district superintendent Dr.        Easton Express   p. 1
                                               Warren B. Fitzsimmons' resignation accepted by
                                               board - although some members not willing to
                                               accept it.
Schools - Superintendents   Aug. 16    1973    Individualization is goal of Dr. C. Meade Beers,      Easton Express   p. 1
                                               new superintendent.
Schools - Superintendents   Aug. 17    1973    Individualization is the goal of C. Meade Beers,      Easton Express   p. 5
                                               new superintendent.
Schools - Teachers          Dec. 11    1973    Phillip J. Spaziani elected to post of Director of    Easton Express
                                               Secondary Education.
Schools - Teachers          Dec. 7     1973    Phillip J. Spaziani, principal since 1963, to be      Easton Express   p. 5
                                               recommended for Director of Secondary
                                               Education.
Schools - Teachers          June 26    1973    Winters, Robert H., appointed as director of          Easton Express   p. 5
                                               Elementary Education at starting salary of $ 16,
                                               000.
Schools - Voc-Tech          March 7    1973    Vo-Tech school - variety of subjects taught.          Easton Express   p. 5
Schools - Voc-Tech          May 25     1973    Students of horticulture plant flowers on Civil War   Easton Express   p. 5 illus.
                                               Veterans' graves in Easton Cemetery in
                                               observance of Memorial Day.
Sewerage                    Oct. 25, 26 1973   Series of articles by Easton Express Reporter,        Easton Express   p. 5
                                               Edward P. Kennedy.
Snyder, Herbert             Nov. 12    1973    Honored for his work in ProJeCt.                      Easton Express   p. 22, illus
                                                                                                                      p. 27
Soap Box Derby              July 23    1973    Brian Happel, age 12, of Bangor wins the annual       Easton Express   p. 5, illus
                                               Forks of the Delaware Soap Box Derby.

South Side Neighborhood     Aug. 20    1973    New office equipment received and renovations Easton Argus             p. 5, illus
Center                                         of building completed. All volunteer help including
                                               county prisoners.
South Side Neighborhood     Oct. 27    1973    New office equipment received and renovations Easton Express           p. 5, illus
Center                                         of building completed. All volunteer help including
                                               county prisoners.
South Side Neighborhood        Sept. 24   1973   New office equipment received and renovations Easton Express             p. 5
Center                                           of building completed. All volunteer help including
                                                 county prisoners.
SPCA                           Oct. 31    1973   To build a new shelter - cost $93,500. Brief        Easton Express       p. 5
                                                 description of its work and financial set up.
Spruce Run                     June 25    1973   Spruce Run Reservoir Recreation Area, Union         Easton Express       p. 8, illus
                                                 Township, near Clinton - account of its facilities.

Stroudsburg, Pa. - Churches    May 26     1973   United Methodist Church is 185 years old.               Easton Express   p. 10, illus
Stroudsburg, Pa. - Churches    Sept. 8    1973   First Baptist Church, brief history.                    Easton Express   p. 8, illus
Sunfish Pond                   May 19     1973   Dedicated, and plaque erected. Designated as a          Easton Express   p. 1
                                                 Registered Natural Landmark.
Sunfish Pond                   May 21     1973   Dedicated, and plaque erected. Designated as a          Easton Express   p. 8, illus
                                                 Registered Natural Landmark.
Synagogues - B'nai Abraham     Feb. 10    1973   B'nai Abraham Synagogue located at 1600                 Easton Express   p. 10 illus.
                                                 Bushkull Street to celebrate 8th year of its
                                                 dedication.
Tatamy, Pa. - Churches         Aug. 11    1973   St. Peter's Reformed United Church of Christ            Easton Express   p. 8
                                                 marks 70th anniversary.
Taxation - 1973                June 15    1973   Easton plans to enforce business tax.                   Easton Express   p. 6
Tea Party                      Nov. 23    1973   Old tea cup purchased at auction by John Cassidy.       Easton Express   p. 17, illus
                                                 Story of the historic event.
Television - Channel 100       Sept. 22   1973   Closed circuit television now available to              Easton Express   p. 34, illus
                                                 subscribers.
Temples - Temple Covenant of   June 16    1973   Rabbi Alexander Feinsilver will give his last service   Easton Express   p. 9 illus.
Peace                                            Friday, June 22, at Temple Covenant of Peace.

Tightrope Walk                 May 22     1973   Karl Wallenda, the Great Wallenda, walked 700 ft. Easton Express         p. 14, illus
                                                 on strand of wire strung across Pocono Downs.

Tobyhanna Army Depot           may 9      1973   Account of the activities on its 1,420 acres,           Easton Express   p. 8, illus
                                                 employes 3200.
Tocks Island - Squatters       Dec. 13    1973   Squatters are ejected from Welfare Office at            Easton Express   p. 1, 30
                                                 Stroudsburg.
Trees                          Nov. 3      1973   Tree disease plagues area of Phillipsburg.            Easton Express   p. 2
Truckers' Strike               Dec. 12 &   1973   Truckers set to park rigs at midnight on I-80 as a    Easton Express   p. 1
                               13                 gesture on a 48-hour nationwide truck stoppage.

Truckers' Strike               Dec. 13     1973   Truckers in Pa. kill engines in protest. Block fuel   Easton Express   p. 1, illus
                                                  pumps at truck stop at Pocono Truck Plaza at
                                                  Bartonsville.
Truckers' Strike               Dec. 13     1973   Truckers set to park rigs at midnight on I-80 as a    Easton Express   p. 18, illus
                                                  gesture on a 48-hour nationwide truck stoppage.

Truckers' Strike               Dec. 5 & 6 1973    N.J., Pa. roads opened but truckers still causing     Easton Express   p. 1, illus
                                                  problems around Bartonsville in Monroe County.

United Fund                    Dec. 11     1973   Study urges merger of Valley United Funds, a      Easton Express       p. 1
                                                  single unit is recommended, a professional study.

United Fund                    Dec. 13     1973   Study urges merger of Valley United Funds, a      Easton Express       p. 5
                                                  single unit is recommended, a professional study.

Volunteers of America          Sept. 5     1973   Originated in 1969.                                   Easton Express   p. 31, illus
Walk for Development           May 11      1973   Provides essential services to 5 agencies. Roman      Easton Express   p. 5
                                                  Catholic priests object to Planned Parenthood to
                                                  receive benefits.
Walk for Development           May 12      1973   Provides essential services to 5 agencies. Roman      Easton Express   p. 5, illus
                                                  Catholic priests object to Planned Parenthood to
                                                  receive benefits.
Walk for Development           May 9       1973   Provides essential services to 5 agencies. Roman      Easton Express   p. 1
                                                  Catholic priests object to Planned Parenthood to
                                                  receive benefits.
Walleda, Karl - Pocono Downs   May 22      1973   Karl Wallenda, the Great Wallenda, walked 700         Easton Express   p. 14, illus
                                                  feet on strand of wire strung across Pocono
                                                  Downs.
Warren County, New Jersey -    Sept. 1     1973   Janes Chapel Methodist Church in Tounsbury will        Easton Express   p. 10, illus
Churches                                          have homecoming Sunday. Brief history.

Warren County, New Jersey -    July 16     1973   Warren County library moves to new quarters,           Easton Express   p. 9, illus
Library                                           county courthouse annex.
Warren Hospital - Volunteers   June 5      1973   200 volunteers and auxiliary workers honored.          Easton Express   p. 15, illus

Washington, N.J. - Churches    Jan. 20     1973   Alliance church - an account of its history and        Easton Express   p. 11
                                                  activities.
Washington, N.J. - Churches    Nov. 17     1973   Assembly of God Church.                                Easton Express   p. 8, illus
Water - Authority              July 20     1973   Suburban Water Authority head Home E. Litsinger        Easton Express   p. 6
                                                  retires.
Water - Rates                  March 1     1973   Easton City Council to increase water rates 10%-       Easton Express   p. 1
                                                  90%.
WEEX                           Feb. 15     1973   WEEX, Radio station, to construct 1,850 square ft.     Easton Express   p. 21, illus
                                                  addition to present station on top of Chestnut
                                                  Ridge in Forks Township.
Welch, Christina M.            Oct. 16     1973   Author of children's novels lives in Easton. Article   Easton Express   p. 22, illus
                                                  by Express reporter on author's creative ability.

Welfare - State Budget         July 3, 9   1973   Red Cross directs welfare aid to those who             Easton Express   p. 5
                                                  welfare checks are held-up due to the Pa. Budget
                                                  stall.
Welfare - State Budget         July 6      1973   Food available at Easton Church. St. John's            Easton Express   p. 1
                                                  accepting gifts of food, cash.
Welfare - State Budget         July 7      1973   Food available at Easton Church. St. John's            Easton Express   p. 5
                                                  accepting gifts of food, cash.
Whitesell                      March 29    1973   Former Easton insurance sale new faith healer.         Easton Express   p. 5
                                                  Connected with Faith Center, Glendale, Cal.

Wiley House.                   March 19    1973   Located 1650 Broadway built in 1895. Houses            Easton Express   p. 5
                                                  disturbed children, an account of its activities.
Williams Township - Churches    June 23    1973   St. John's Lutheran Church, Morgan Hill Road, to Easton Express      p. 8, illus
                                                  mark 125th anniversary.
Wilson Borough - Officials      Jan. 9     1973   Miss Judith Ann Lerch named to wilson Council to Easton Express      p. 5
                                                  fill vacancy created by the death of Edward
                                                  Golden. She is the first woman to sit in Council.

Wilson Borough - Officials      Nov. 16    1973   Young, Frank, W. Obit. First mayor of Wilson       Easton Express    p. 40, illus
                                                  Borough.
Wilson Borough School -         Aug. 9     1973   Vandalism on school buses discussed by school      Easton Express    p. 5
Vandalism                                         board.
Wilson High School - Students   March 15   1973   Students ask for parking lot.                      Easton Express    p. 5

Y.M.C.A. - History              May 3      1973   Closes dormitory. Cites client trouble.            Easton Express    p. 5, illus
Y.W.C.A. - Women's Center       April 17   1973   Established.                                       Easton Express    p. 14
Y.W.C.A. - Women's Center       Nov. 19    1973   Haven for women with problems. Center to open      Easton Express    p. 31
                                                  at Y.W.C.A.
A.B.E. Airport                  April 29   1974   Radar system dedicated - $1 million system.        Easton Express    p. 5
A.B.E. Airport                  April 30   1974   Radar system dedicated - $1 million system.        Easton Express    p. 5, illus.
Abortion                        Jan. 14    1974   Catholics plan observance of "Black Monday" as                       p. 5
                                                  protest to abortion law.
Agriculture                     May 10     1974   Obituary for Northampton County farm agent, B.     Easton Express    p. 1
                                                  L. "Buff" Coleman was agent for 31 years.

Airplanes                       Nov. 5     1974   Martin Everett, Sr. of Palmer Township, is building Easton Express   p. 7, illus.
                                                  his own airplane from scratch.
Airplanes - Accidents           Aug. 24    1974   Darold Hemphill, Lehigh Valley, and pilot, crashed Easton Express    p. 1, illus.
                                                  into home in Catasaqua and killed two boys.

Allentown, PA                   Aug. 19    1974   French tightrope daredevil, Phillippe Petit walks  Easton Express    p. 1
                                                  across Hamilton Street.
Allentown, PA - Fires           April 3    1974   Barred exit at Caboose Tavern did not violate fire Easton Express    p. 5
                                                  prevention and building codes, because it
                                                  contained less than 1225 Square feet.
Allentown, PA - Fires   March 25   1974   Caboose Bar fire set by Earnest Burton, Jr. Eight   Easton Express   p. 1, illus.
                                          persons killed. No fire exits.
Alpha, NJ - Churches    July 6     1974   St. John the Baptist Russian Orthodox Church -      Easton Express   p. 6, illus.
                                          History.
Alpha, NJ - Schools     April 9    1974   Alpha school board vetoes merger with               Easton Express   p. 1
                                          Phillipsburg area school system.
Artists                 June 8     1974   Mrs. Ethel Powell, local artist of Williams         Easton Express   p. 13, illus.
                                          Township, to have art show at Community Art
                                          League.
Artists                 Nov. 1     1974   Commercial artist, Barry Jones helps to promote     Easton Express   p. 9, illus.
                                          and preserve local history by contributing his
                                          talent to Jacobsburg Historical Society.

Automobile Agencies     July 30    1974   Ranken Pontiac Agency moves to new location at Easton Express        p. 27, illus.
                                          25th Street Shopping Center.
Automobile Agencies     June 15    1974   Brown - Daub, Inc., merges with Solt Chevrolet in Easton Express     p. 33
                                          nazareth. Named Solt Chevrolet Oldsmobile, Inc.

Automobiles - Shows     June 1     1974   Roseto holds 5th annual antique automobile          Easton Express   p. 20, illus.
                                          show.
Automobiles - Shows     June 24    1974   Auto show held at Palmer Park Mall, June 24 -       Easton Express   p. 33, illus.
                                          June 30
Bakeries                March 1    1974   Schaible's Bakery of Wilson Borough sold to         Easton Express   p. 40
                                          Maier's Bakery of Reading, PA. History of the
                                          company.
Bangor, PA - Churches   April 27   1974   East Bangor United Methodist Church to observe      Easton Express   p. 16, illus.
                                          110th anniversary in October 1975.
Bangor, PA - Churches   June 22    1974   Bangor Methodist Church to mark 130th birthday.     Easton Express   p. 8, illus.

Bangor, PA - Churches   Nov. 30    1974   Methodism came to Bangor in 1869. Brief history Easton Express       p. 13
                                          of the sect in Bangor.
Bangor, PA - Fires.     June 22,   1974   Elk's Club, which was gutted by fire, will rebuild. Easton Express   P. 1.
                        1974.
Bangor, PA - Fires.            May 21,    1974   Elk's Club, which was gutted by fire, will rebuild.   Easton Express   P. 8, illus.
                               1974.
Bangor, PA - Officials         March 26   1974   Former Mayor, Willis R. Jordan, dies at age 91.       Easton Express   p. 36, illus.

Baurkot, Raymond - building.   April 4    1974   The Raymond Baurkot building at So. Sitgreaves is Easton Express       pg. 18, illus.
                                                 near completion. It will house the Dept. of Public
                                                 Assistance offices. Description of interior.

Beam, James.                   May 30,    1974   Former music teacher in Easton schools is busy at Easton Express       pg. 5, illus.
                               1974              age 88.
Beauty Contest                 April 2    1974   Miss Lehigh Valley of 1974, Miss Enid Hazuda, of Easton Express        p. 12, illus.
                                                 Palmer Township, tells of her hobbies and
                                                 ambition.
Beer                           Dec. 27    1974   Beer prices rising, distributors report, due to     Easton Express     p. 1.
                                                 higher cost of packaging material. Fear that wage
                                                 and price controls will be instituted after Jan. 1.

Belfast - Churches             May 11,   1974    Wesley United Methodist Church of Belfast is          Easton Express   p. 20, illus.
                               1974              observing its 100th anniversary.
Belly Dancing                  March 25, 1974    Classes to be held at YWCA by Cindy Stroble.          Easton Express   p. 13, illus.
                               1974.             Veryb popular.
Bethlehem Township, PA -       Feb. 19   1974    Miller's Height - Wilson School to be closed and      Easton Express   p. 6
Education                                        students bused to Bethlehem. Parents protest.

Bethlehem Township, PA -       Jan. 25    1974   Parents oppose the closing of Miller Heights          Easton Express   p.5
Education                                        schools (Wilson).
Bethlehem Township, PA -       July 26,   1974   To honor oldest resident at its Heritage Day          Easton Express   p. 19
Heritage Day                   1974              Festival on July 27.
Bethlehem Township, PA -       June 12,   1974   Former Township Treasurer fails to settle 1973        Easton Express   p. 21
Officials                      1974              accounts. William J. Lucas owes $2,500 since
                                                 leaving office.
Bethlehem Township, PA.        Jan. 22    1974   A 144 acre tract of farmland spanning both sides Easton Express       p. 1
                                                 of William Penn Highway, in the heart of
                                                 Bethlehem Township, sold to Joseph Scherman for
                                                 $525,000, to build a housing development.

Bethlehem Township, PA. -      July 24,   1974   Some resedents of Palmer, who live near              Easton Express   p. 13
Boundaries                     1974              Bethlehem-Palmer Township border, may find
                                                 they are not in the municipality they always
                                                 thought they were in.
Bethlehem Township, PA. -      March 1,   1974   Miller's Heights - Wilson School to be closed and    Easton Express   p. 7
Education                      1974              students bused to Bethlehem. Parents protest.

Bethlehem, PA - Bicentennial   May 30,    1974   Bethlehem historical film, "City in the Wilderness", Easton Express   p. 8
                               1974              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

Bethlehem, PA - Clubs          Nov. 22,   1974   University Club of Bethlehem-a gentleman's club. Easton Express       p. 12, illus.
                               1974.
Bethlehem, PA - Restoration    July 29,   1974   Restoration of 18th century Moravian industrial      Easton Express   p. 7, illus.
                               1974              area under way.
Bicentennial - Publications    July 11    1974   Northampton County Bicentennial Committee            Easton Express   p. 17
                                                 plans as a major part of its program to publish 10
                                                 historical volumes on various aspects of county
                                                 history.
Bicentennial Committee         Feb. 12    1974   Committee revises contest. Peter K. Koch is          Easton Express   p. 5
                                                 elected chairman of the Easton Area Bicentennial
                                                 Commission.
Bicentennial Seal              March 23   1974   Seal design selected by Easton Area Bicentennial     Express          p. 5, illus.
                                                 committee. Winner is Keith Hahn, a junior at
                                                 Nazareth Area High School.
Bicentennial Seal   March 8    1974   Seal design selected by Easton Area Becentennial Express              p. 5, illus.
                                      committee. Winner is Keith Hahn, a junior at
                                      Nazareth Area High School.
Birds               Dec. 23    1974   About 140 area persons take part in bird census of Easton Express     p. 13, illus.
                                      the area. About 83 species spotted.

Blood Center        July 30    1974   An account of the operation of the Miller            Easton Express   p. 12
                                      Memorial Blood Center in Bethlehem.
Blue Cross          Nov. 14    1974   Lehigh Valley Blue Cross says it may have to cease   Easton Express   p. 1
                                      operation or drastically cut benefits.
Bond, Julian        June 1     1974   Speaker at graduation of Northampton County          Express          p. 5, illus.
                                      Area Community College
Boulton Gunworks    Nov. 1     1974   Barry Jones draws sketches for Jacobsburg            Easton Express   p. 9, illus.
                                      Historical Society.
Bridges, Covered    May 18     1974   Only one left in Northampton County - Rt. 473 at     Easton Express   p. 19, illus.
                                      Kreidersville, Allen Township.
Bridges, Delaware   Feb. 20    1974   PA alleges improprieties by toll bridge director,    Express          p. 5
                                      William Johson. Used personnel and equipment
                                      and supplies for personal use.

Bridges, Lehigh     March 23   1974   Chain Dam a Donkey bridge. Gains national            Easton Express   p. 5
                                      recognition and is included in the National
                                      Registry of Historical Sites.
Buddhists           May 4      1974   A Buddhist monastery is located on Montana           Easton Express   p. 20, illus.
                                      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.

Burglary            Nov. 11    1974   James Strickland, brother of Robert V. Strickland Easton Express      p. 17
                                      (shot by police), labels District Attorney Charles
                                      Spaziani's report as "poppycock." Spaziani cleared
                                      policemen of the shooting.
Burglary                     Nov. 21    1974   Two policeman, Harman and Crouse, charged with Easton Express          p. 1
                                               falsefying death report on Robert V. Strickland.

Burglary                     Nov. 7     1974   District Attorney clears Easton police in the       Easton Express     p. 1
                                               shooting of Strickland.
Burglary                     Sept. 24   1974   Police kill burglary suspect. Twenty-five year old, Easton Express     p. 1, illus.
                                               Robert W. Strickland, killed by patrolman, William
                                               Crouse. He was prime suspect in nearly 20 armed
                                               robberies in Easton-Phillipsburg area.

Bus Terminals                Jan. 24    1974   Compromise is sought in dispute over location for Easton Express       p. 5
                                               a midcity transfer station for local Lanta bus
                                               service.
Bus Transportation           April 17   1974   LANTA places first bus stop shelter in front of   Express              p. 12, illus.
                                               Municipal Building, Palmer Township, 3245
                                               Freemansburg Ave. 50 more shelters to be placed.

Bus Transportation           March 29   1974   City planners reject proposal for Northampton         Express          p. 6
                                               Street bus sites
Bus Transportation - Fares   March 13   1974   LANTA cuts certain fares                              Express          p. 1
Bushkill Park                July 8     1974   Kids, parents have fun at Bushkill Park               Easton Express   p. 1
Business                     March 1    1974   Industrial Progress edition of Easton Express Lists   Easton Express
                                               many area firms; social, religious, and economic
                                               trends of the Valley.
Business - Banks             Aug. 2     1974   Northampton National Bank changes hands. Two          Easton Express   p. 1
                                               Philadelphia industrialists purchased controlling
                                               interest : Raymond G. and Ronald O. Perelman,
                                               owners of Belmont Industries, Inc., of
                                               Philadelphia, and General Machine Co., of
                                               Emmaus.
Business - Banks             Aug. 7     1974   Northampton National Bank changes hands.              Easton Express   p. 13
Business - Banks             Jan. 11    1974   Planners back the expansion of Lafayette Trust        Easton Express   p. 5 illus.
                                               Bank.
Business - Banks             July 16    1974   Lafayette Trust Bank - new facilities on South 4th   Easton Express   p. 26 illus.
                                               Street.
Business - Banks             March 1    1974   Northampton National Bank to open bank in            Easton Express   p. 32 illus.
                                               Palmer Township. Brief history of the bank.
Business - Banks             March 8    1974   Northampton National Bank's Palmer Park Mall         Easton Express   p. 36 illus.
                                               branch opens.
Business - Banks             Nov. 13    1974   Lafayette Bank branch at Butler St. and              Easton Express   p. 20 illus.
                                               Freemansburg Ave
Business - Banks             Oct. 24    1974   Valley Federal Savings opens a "satellite" branch    Easton Express   p. 2 illus.
                                               at the Sara Mills Gift Shop.
Business - Banks             Sept. 11   1974   Northampton National Bank denies illegal entry in    Easton Express   p. 21
                                               the offices of the Penn. Communications
                                               Specialities of Freemansburg.

Business - Banks             Sept. 25   1974   Northampton National Bank denies illegal entry in Easton Express      p. 1
                                               the offices of the Penn. Communications
                                               Specialities of Freemansburg.

Business - Banks             Sept. 3    1974   Northampton National Bank denies illegal entry in Easton Express      p. 1
                                               the offices of the Penn. Communications
                                               Specialities of Freemansburg.

Business - Banks             Sept. 4    1974   Northampton National Bank denies illegal entry in Easton Express      p. 13
                                               the offices of the Penn. Communications
                                               Specialities of Freemansburg.

Business - Blacksmiths       March 9    1974   Old time Phillipsburg blacksmith worked for          Easton Express   p. 23 illus.
                                               Thomas A. Edison.
Business - Carpets           March 13   1974   Dean Carpet Company located on Memorial              Easton Express   p. 38 illus.
                                               Parkway opens.
Business - Cement Industry   Dec. 27    1974   A. Frederick Gerstell, grandson of the founder,      Easton Express   p. 15
                                               resigned from Alpha Portland Cement.
Business - Drugstores              April 11   1974   Alvin H. Kern, pharmacist, 82, to mark 60th          Easton Express   p. 6 illus.
                                                     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.

Business - Fabrics                 Oct. 22    1974   McGinley Mills, Phillipsburg, N.J. enlarged quarters Easton Express   p. 19
                                                     and remodeled departments.
Business - Food Industry           June 3     1974   Walter Seip, Inc. now producing and marketing        Easton Express   p. 27
                                                     snack foods for vending machines. Name is "Vend
                                                     Div."
Business - Food Stores             April 5    1974   Best Market, untenanted for years is an eyesore. Easton Express       p. 7 illus.

Business - Food Stores             Feb. 23    1974   Food Lane store on St.John St. South Easton,     Easton Express       p. 11
                                                     displays 1 ton cylinder of Wisconsin cheese.
Business - Food Stores             May 22     1974   Mohican Market, Easton's only downtown grocery Easton Express         p. 7
                                                     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.

Business - Furniture Stores        Oct. 23    1974   Harry W. Ralph, furniture store owner, son of      Easton Express     p. 18 illus.
                                                     original owner.
Business - Gift Stores             March 1    1974   Dennis Gift House located at 1224 S. Main St.      Easton Express     p. 28 illus.
Business - Hairdressers            Nov. 12    1974   Home on corner of 2nd and Spring Garden Street,    Easton Express     p. 10 illus.
                                                     the residence of the Louis Reibman family for 60
                                                     years, now adapted to elegant hairdressing
                                                     business by Mark Estell.
Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc.   Aug. 31    1974   Sheraton Inn. Article on services.                 Easton Express     p. 29 illus.

Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc.   Feb. 22    1974   Circlon to reopen under management of Howard Easton Express           p. 6 illus.
                                                     Knuth of Cascade Lodge.
Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc.   March 15   1974   Schelling, Robert, ex-Courthouse Hotel owner and Easton Express       p. 24
                                                     restaurant chef, obituary
Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc.   May 24     1974   McDonald's restaurant opens at South Third         Easton Express   p. 9
                                                     Street and Riverside Drive.
Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc.   Nov. 4     1974   Sheraton Inn. Formal opening.                      Easton Express   p. 13 illus.

Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc.   Sept. 12   1974   Sheraton Motor Inn. Manager named: David J.        Easton Express   p. 15
                                                     Greth, Bethlehem native. It is to open Oct. 15.

Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc.   Sept. 26   1974   Jury convicts man of robbery at Terry's Tavern on Easton Express    p. 21
                                                     Oct. 20, 1972.
Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc.   Sept. 26   1974   Caboose Bar - Allentown tavern has firebombing - Easton Express     p. 21
                                                     9 persons killed. Suspect, Ernest J. Burton, Jr.,
                                                     charged on 31 criminal counts.

Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc.   Sept. 27   1974   Caboose Bar - Allentown Tavern has firebombing - Easton Express     p. 20
                                                     9 persons killed. Suspect, Ernest J. Burton, Jr.,
                                                     charged on 31 criminal counts.

Business - Ingersoll-Rand          Aug. 2     1974   Ingersoll-Rand Co. buys Kutztown Foundry and      Easton Express    p. 17
                                                     Machine Corporation of Kutztown, Pa.
Business - Insurance               March 1    1974   Connecticut General Life Insurance Co. located on Easton Express    p. 31
                                                     top floor of Valley Federal. Employs 50 people.

Business - Insurance               March 1    1974   Equitable Life Assurance Company to employ 250 Easton Express       p. 31 illus.
                                                     people.
Business - Lawyers                 July 27    1974   Obituary of Bernard M. Goodman                   Express            p. 1, illus.
Business - Liquor                  Aug. 21    1974   Phillipsburg considers ban on drinking in public Express            p. 13

Business - Liquor                  Aug. 28    1974   Phillipsburg considers ban on drinking in public   Express          p. 1

Business - Lumber trade            July 17    1974   William Eisenhardt of Forks Township makes         Express          p. 9, illus.
                                                     generous offer of historic lumber and his expert
                                                     skill for courthouse replica
Business - Mack Printing Co.   May 11     1974   John Wilson Mack, president, is named chairman        Express   p. 30
                                                 of the board and succeeds Harold S. Hutchinson
                                                 who recently retired.
Business - Mack Printing Co.   May 3      1974   Harold Hutchinson, chairman, is honored at            Express   p. 5, illus.
                                                 retirement. He joined firm in 1932. Mrs. Mack
                                                 presents portrait.
Business - Mack Printing Co.   May 4      1974   Harold Hutchinson, chairman, is honored at            Express   p. 5, illus.
                                                 retirement. He joined firm in 1932. Mrs. Mack
                                                 presents portrait.
Business - Malls               Nov. 26    1974   Mall plans for the Green Pond Mall hinge on           Express   p. 1
                                                 Easton's sewage decision.
Business - Metal Products      Oct. 31    1974   Sobel Industries, Inc. plant in West Easton to        Express   p. 1
                                                 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.
Business - Milk                April 17   1974   Board of Directors of Lehigh Valley Cooperative       Express   p. 5
                                                 Farmers, Inc., fire president Robert L. Allison.
                                                 Company had contributed money to Nixon's
                                                 reelection fund.
Business - Milk                June 11    1974   Le Hi Dairy (Farmers' Cooperative) names new          Express   p. 15
                                                 company head and plans a financial study.
                                                 Recently, firm was convicted of an illegal
                                                 contribution to President Nixon's 1972 reelection
                                                 campaign.
Business - Milk                May 17     1974   Former president of Lehigh Valley Cooperative         Express   p. 1
                                                 Farmers, Allentown, PA, pleaded guilty to an
                                                 illegal $50,000. corporate contribution to
                                                 President Nixon's reelection campaign.
Business - Milk                May 29     1974   Former president of Lehigh Valley Cooperative         Express   P. 5
                                                 Farmers, Allentown, PA, pleaded guilty to an
                                                 illegal $50,000. corporate contribution to
                                                 President Nixon's reelection campaign.

Business - Music & Musicians   Feb. 8     1974   Frank McGinley and his career with various     Express          p. 13, illus.
                                                 orchestras for a period of 60 years.
Business - Music & Musicians   Jan. 16    1974   Wilson Borough Rush family are outstanding     Express          illus.
                                                 accordionists. Have studio, marquetry hobby of
                                                 Worman Rush.
Business - Music & Musicians   Nov. 12    1974   Dr. Henry Kowitz's jazz groups honor him by    Express          p. 13, illus.
                                                 memorial performance at Community Art League.

Business - Optical Companies   June 10    1974   Optical company "For Eyes", located at 418            Express   p. 20, illus.
                                                 Northampton St., opens for business.
Business - Optometrists        June 27    1974   Obituary of Dr. C. Leslie Hudson, optometrist of      Express   p. 34, illus.
                                                 Delaware Park, NJ
Business - Paint Industry &    June 1     1974   A and D Tile and Paint Up, Inc. has new quarters at   Express   p. 27, illus.
Trade                                            432 Northampton St.
Business - Paper Industry      June 10    1974   Account of products and history of St. Regis Paper    Express   p. 30, illus.
                                                 Co., Nazareth
Business - Pennsylvania Pump & April 22   1974   Obituary of founder, William H. Noble                 Express   p. 28
Compressor Co.
Business - Pfizer & Co.        Nov. 1     1974   Delays plans for a new synthetic red iron oxide       Express   p. 1
                                                 plant on the Easton property. Reason is the
                                                 uncertain economy.
Business - Photography         Sept. 9    1974   Herbert Snyder, owner of Jack and Jill Studio,        Express   p. 14, illus.
                                                 photographed many children in the last 23 years.

Business - Plumbing            March 9    1974   Lehigh Valley Supply Co., plumbing and heating  Express         p. 27
                                                 firm, founded in 1918. Purchased by Raub Supply
                                                 Co. of Lancaster, PA.
Business - Printing            Sept. 27   1974   Obituary of Paul M. Hagenbuch, president of     Express         p. 6, illus.
                                                 Hobson Printing Co.
Business - Quarries               Dec. 12    1974   Old C. K. Williams quarry on Route 611 destined to    Express          p. 20
                                                    become a geologic park. Quarry dates back to
                                                    1856.
Business - Quarries               Dec. 17    1974   Old C. K. Williams quarry on Route 611 destined to    Express          p. 19, illus.
                                                    become a geologic park. Quarry dates back to
                                                    1856.
Business - Quarries               Feb. 8     1974   Old C. K. Williams quarry on Route 611 destined to    Express          p. 5
                                                    become a geologic park. Quarry dates back to
                                                    1856.
Business - Real Estate            March 19   1974   All-World Travel Agency opens in Forks Township       Easton Express   p. 20, illus.
                                                    on Route 115
Business - Riegel Paper Co.       March 1    1974   Brief history of Riegel Products Corp., Milford, NJ   Express          p. 38, illus.

Business - Roofing Trade          March 1    1974   Henry J. Schultz & Son, roofing contractors, move Express              p. 52, illus.
                                                    from 266 W. St. Joseph St., to new site on Canal
                                                    St.
Business - Schiffer's Fabric Store Dec. 14   1974   Business started in 1948 and was located at 428 Easton Express         p. 25
                                                    Northampton St. Moved to 218 Northampton St.,
                                                    then gutted by fire.
Business - Shopping Malls         Aug. 27    1974   Lower Nazareth Mall (Whitfield Mall) adds 60-acre Express              p. 1
                                                    tract. Purchased from Laubach family. Had been
                                                    first owned by Thomas Penn.

Business - Shopping Malls         Jan. 16    1974   Proposed Whitfield Mall to cost $40 million.      Express              p. 1, illus.
                                                    Located in area of Route 33 and 248 in Palmer and
                                                    Lower Nazareth Township. Begin in spring.

Business - Shopping Malls         Jan. 17    1974   Proposed Whitfield Mall to cost $40 million.      Express              p. 5
                                                    Located in area of Route 33 and 248 in Palmer and
                                                    Lower Nazareth Township. Begin in spring.
Business - Shopping Malls        May 9     1974   Lower Nazareth Mall (Whitfield Mall) adds 60-acre Express             p. 1, illus.
                                                  tract. Purchased from Laubach family. Had been
                                                  first owned by Thomas Penn.

Business - Shopping Malls        Nov. 20   1974   Hillcrest Mall hires guards and security personnel Express            p. 15, illus.
                                                  to watch the 19-acre parking lot
Business - Shopping Malls        Nov. 7    1974   Mall plans for the Green Pond Mall hinge on        Express            p. 17
                                                  Easton's sewage decision.
Business - SI Handling Systems   March 1   1974   Brief history of firm                              Express            p. 56, illus.
Inc.
Business - Taxicabs              Jan. 28   1974   Yellow Cab Company files boost in rate due to        Express          p. 5
                                                  incrase in price of gasoline
Butztown, PA                     July 29   1974   Residents celebrated 128-year heritage               Easton Express   p. 13
Byrne                            Aug. 21   1974   Governor of New Jersey canoes down Delaware          Easton Express   p. 1 & 13,
                                                  River to see Tocks Island                                             illus.
Canals and canaling -            Nov. 4    1974   Vandals systematically tear down the work on the     Express          p. 13
restoration                                       restoration on the canal locks
Canals and canaling -            Nov. 4    1974   Restoration of locks proposed by Hugh Moore          Express          p. 13
restoration                                       Parkway.Contract awarded to William B.
                                                  Eisenhardt, who subcontracted lock gate repairs
                                                  to Gordon K. Morris.
Candle (Centre Square)           Nov. 4    1974   Peace Candle lighting curtailed due to energy        Express          p. 16, illus.
                                                  crisis.
Catholics                        May 11    1974   Mrs. Ann Doran, past regent of Catholic Daughters    Express          p. 13, illus.
                                                  of America, Court 358, sews for Catholic missions.

Cats                             July 8    1974   Alpha, NJ, Borough Council adopts ordinance          Express          p. 21
                                                  requiring that cats be licensed.
Central Railroad - Depot         Aug. 16   1974   88 year old abandoned passenger station              Easton Express   p. 9, illus
                                                  destroyed by fire. Located at South 4th and
                                                  Washington Streets.
Central Railroad - Routes   May 16     1974   New rail service recalls past. Central Railroad of Easton Express   p. 39, illus
                                              N.J. resumes passenger service between
                                              Phillipsburg and Newark. Brief history of
                                              railroading since 1852.
Centre Square               July 27    1974   Historic Mall proposed for Centre Square           Express          p. 15
Centre Square               June 25    1974   Brief history and description by Roscoe Laurence, Express           p. 9, illus.
                                              under byline "Do You Remember?"

Centre Square               May 7      1974   Circle benches are a haven to the old-timers       Express          p. 5, illus.
Chamber of Commerce, Easton May 20     1974   New building on S. Fourth Street dedicated on      Easton Express   p. 8, illus.
                                              May 20, 1974
Charter Study Commission,   May 18     1974   Northampton County voters to weigh charter         Express          p. 31
Easton                                        study at Tuesday's election
Cheese                      Feb. 23    1974   Food Lane store on St. John St., South Easton,     Express          p. 11
                                              displays 1-ton cylinder of Wisconsin cheese.

Children's Home, Easton     June 12    1974   New director selected: Michael H. Danyczek         Express          p. 21
Children's Home, Easton     Oct. 4     1974   Auxiliary of the Home to conduct an auction for    Express          p. 18, illus.
                                              benefit of the Home
Churches - Asbury, NJ       July 20    1974   Brief history of Asbury Methodist church.          Easton Express   p. 5, illus.
Churches - Baptist          Jan. 19    1974   Shiloh Baptist Church receives $4,000 grant made   Easton Express   p. 4
                                              by a national Presbyterian fund to the church to
                                              boost the congregation's efforts to build a new
                                              church.
Churches - Baptist          March 23   1974   First Baptist Church, Easton, PA. Brief history.   Easton Express   p. 18 illus.

Churches - Baptist          May 30     1974   St. Marks and Shiloh Baptist have a spring fair on Easton Express   p. 6 illus.
                                              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.
Churches - Episcopal        July 27    1974   Trinity Episcopal Church of Easton, founded in     Easton Express   p. 6 illus.
                                              1819. Brief history.
Churches - Lutheran - St. Peter's Aug. 24   1974   St. Peter's Lutheran Church - brief history.          Easton Express   p. 10 illus.

Churches - Mennonite             June 15    1974   Beulah Bible Fellowship Church (formerly called       Express          p. 6, illus.
                                                   Mennonite Brethren in Christ). Located at 12th
                                                   and Spruce St.
Churches - Moravian              April 20   1974   Brief history of the 25-year growth of Palmer         Express          p. 18, illus.
                                                   Township Community Moravian Church

Churches - Nazarene              Feb. 2     1974   Church of the Nazarene, 12th & Spring Garden St., Express              p. 6, illus.
                                                   was dedicated in 1948 but congregation was
                                                   formed Oct. 25, 1931. An account of its history.

Churches - Reformed              Oct. 26    1974   History of Grace United Church of Christ of College   Express          p. 8, illus.
                                                   Hill
Churches - Reformed              Sept. 21   1974   Christ Evangelical Lutheran Church at Stone           Express          p. 6, illus.
                                                   Church observes 200th anniversary.
Churches - St.John's Lutheran    Oct. 21    1974   Easton Lutheran Church, 4th & Ferry Streets,          Easton Express   p. 15 illus.
                                                   installs a mew casavant organ at a cost of
                                                   $72,000.
Circuses                         April 8    1974   The Lion's All-Star circus held in Easton Area High   Express          p. 5
                                                   School gymnasium
Circuses                         Aug. 27    1974   Lion's Club circus composed of area residents.        Express          p. 18, illus.
                                                   Richard Fox, Easton Area High School art teacher,
                                                   designed 100 costumes for performers.

Circuses                         Jan. 25    1974   Lions' All-Star Circus, idea of Richard Polanki, to   Express          p. 12, illus.
                                                   debut in September
Circuses                         June 3     1974   Clyde Beatty-Cole Brothers Circus comes to            Express          p. 5, illus.
                                                   Easton. Sponsored by Exchange Club
Circuses                         Nov. 13    1974   The Lion's All-Star circus held in Easton Area High   Express          p. 17, illus.
                                                   School gymnasium
Circuses                         Sept. 26   1974   The Lion's All-Star circus held in Easton Area High   Express          p. 17
                                                   School gymnasium
Civic Saturday        June 7     1974   Civic Saturday to be held in downtown Easton on         Express          p. 5
                                        Saturday, June 8, 1974
Clinton, NJ           Aug. 31    1974   Clinton resident ship pilot(John Cahill) gets           Express          p. 1, illus.
                                        surprise trip. Had to cross the Atlantic as his pilot
                                        cutter was diverted to help a Greek tanker.

Clinton, NJ           June 5     1974   One-room schoolhouse of Hunterdon County, NJ, Express                    p. 27, illus.
                                        transported to the grounds of the Clinton
                                        Historical Museum in Clinton
Clinton, NJ           March 13   1974   Recommended by council to preserve historic   Express                    p. 10, illus.
                                        building known as the Grandin Library

Clive, Garner James   July 30    1974   Garner James Clive, former Wilson Borough               Express          p. 15, illus.
                                        resident now living in McLean, VA, is associate
                                        general counsel for the House Judiciary
                                        Committee Watergate Hearings. Seen daily on the
                                        televised hearings.
Closs, Mrs. Loretta   Oct. 11    1974   Obituary of local artist                                Express          p. 6
Clothing Store        July 27    1974   Sigal's Store.                                          Easton Express   p. 30. illus.
                                        Renovates to convert to an attractive rear
                                        entrance to store -- a new accessway from the
                                        Easton Parking Garage.
Clothing Stores       Feb. 7     1974   Hen House, a women's apparel shop, formerly on          Easton Express   p. 19
                                        North 4th Street, moved to Westgate Mall,
                                        Bethlehem.
Clothing Trade        Aug. 24    1974   Easton Dress Co. forced to go out of business due       Easton Express   p.34
                                        to change in women's fashions. In business since
                                        1936.
Clothing Trade        June 3     1974   Uniform Fashions -                                      Easton Express   p. 27, illus.
                                        New store opens in Wilson for selling uniforms.

Clothing Trade        Nov. 12    1974   Clothing Workers                               Easton Express            p. 13, illus.
                                        March on Northampton Street to protest imports
                                        of foreign made clothing.
Clubs - Elks                    Sept. 26   1974   Elks Club dedicates new flag pole at 808 Packer  Easton Express        P. 18
                                                  Street
Clubs - Exchange                May 23     1974   Dr. Barbara DiSalvo was honored by Easton        Easton Express        P. 1,4,5 Illus
                                                  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.

Clubs - Exchange                May 24     1974   Dr. Barbara DiSalvo was honored by the Easton    Easton Express        P. 5 Illus.
                                                  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.

Clubs - Forks of the Delaware   June 17    1974   Club gives party on Friday evening at Hugh Moore      Easton Express   P. 14 Illus.
Garden Club                                       Park. Sales of tickets will be used to beautify the
                                                  facility.
Clubs - Kiwanis                 Sept. 19   1974   Presents new ambulance to Easton Emergency            Easton Express   P. 17 Illus.
                                                  Squad
Clubs - Lenape Runners          Aug. 13    1974   It also has a band called the Lenape Music Makers.    Easton Express   P. 23 Illus.
Camping                                           Entertains at campsites
Clubs - Motorcycle              Aug. 22    1974   Club stages benefit for March of Dimes and Elks       Easton Express   P. 19 Illus.
                                                  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.

Clubs - Paradise                April 29   1974   Club's new home dedicated to past president, Jo Easton Express         P. 5
                                                  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.
Code Enforcers                  Aug. 29    1974   City Council creates a new bureau-Department of Easton Express           P. 1
                                                  Planning and Development, which will enforce
                                                  housing, zoning , plumbing , mechanical, health,
                                                  electrical codes.

Community Art League            March 13   1974   Community Art League burns its mortgage on          Easton Express       p. 5
                                                  their building at 39 North 5th Street.
Court House - New               Feb. 18    1974   Court house tipstaff, Harry Hartman, age 86 still Easton Express         P. 5 Illus.
                                                  on the job.
Court House - New - Expansion   April 10   1974   Easton Redevelopement Authority has started         Easton Express       P. 5
                                                  offers for property it wants to acquire in the $2.4
                                                  million courthouse urban renewal project area.

Court House - Replica           Aug. 16    1974   Organization formed as a move to build a                Easton Express   P. 19
                                                  courthouse replica.
Court House - Replica           July 17    1974   William Eisenhardt, of Forks Township, makes            Easton Express   P. 9 Illus.
                                                  generous offer of historic lumber and his expert
                                                  skill.
Court House - Replica           July 25    1974   Easton Area Veterans organizations endorsed the         Easton Express   P. 1
                                                  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.
Court House - Replica           July 26    1974   Easton Area Veterans organizations endorsed the         Easton Express   P. 1
                                                  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.
Court House - Replica           July 9     1974   Easton Area Veterans organizations endorsed the         Easton Express   P. 1
                                                  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.
Court House - Replica   June 15   1974   Letter in response to James Shelly's article on      Easton Express   P. 8 Illus.
                                         Courthouse replica. Writer, Kerry J. Thomas.
                                         Other responses to Mr. Shelly's article reprinted.

Court House - Replica   June 6    1974   Architect's reconstruction of the "Great Square" in Easton Express    P. 17 Illus.
                                         1776. Account of July 8, 1776 reading of
                                         Declaration of Independenc. Written by Express
                                         reporter, James Shelly.
Court House -Replica    November 1974    Students at Vo-Tech produce scale model of          Easton Express    P. 23 Illus.
                        15               original court house.
Credit Bureau           March 9  1974    Credit bureau of Easton and Phillipsburg, and       Easton Express    P. 5
                                         Credit Bureau of Allentown merge operations.
                                         Brief history of Credit Bureau of Easton.

Crime                   July 22   1974   Crime rate up in the Allentone - Bethlehem -        Easton Express    p. 17
                                         Easton area.
Crime - Child Support   Sept. 4   1974   Mrs. Nancy Frankenfield is believed to be the first Easton Express    p. 1
                                         woman in Northampton County jailed for refusal
                                         to pay her estranged husband for the support of 5
                                         of their 6 children.

Crime - Child Support   Sept. 5   1974   Mrs. Nancy Frankenfield is believed to be the first Easton Express    p. 17
                                         woman in Northampton County jailed for refusal
                                         to pay her estranged husband for the support of 5
                                         of their 6 children.

Crime - Drugs           July 31   1974   Drug center to open in P'burg under a $70,000,     Easton Express     p. 13
                                         one-year grant from the New Jersey Health Dept.
                                         Will be located in the Municipal Building at South
                                         Main Street and Sitgreaves Street.
Crime - Drugs               July 31   1974   A non-residential drug and alcohol abuse center      Easton Express   p. 13
                                             program to start in Warren County. One year
                                             grant of $70,000 awarded. Located at the
                                             Municipal Building in Phillipsburg, New Jersey.

Dairy Plants                March 1   1974   Stocker Brothers Dairy.                              Easton Express   p. 33
                                             Brief history.
Daylight Saving Time        Jan. 10   1974   School districts in the area concerned on the        Easton Express   p.1
                                             impact of mid- winter Daylight Saving Time on
                                             pupils' lives. Time changed due to energy crisis.

Daylight Saving Time        Jan. 10   1974   School districts in the area concerned on the        Easton Express   p.1
                                             impact of mid- winter Daylight Saving Time on
                                             pupils' lives. Time changed due to energy crisis.

Daylight Saving Time        Jan. 10   1974   School districts in the area concerned on the        Express          p. 1
                                             impact of midwinter Daylight Saving Time on
                                             pupils' lives. Time changed dur to energy crisis.

Deafness                    Aug. 28   1974   Calvary Chapel for the Deaf, in Allentown, brings    Express          p. 9, illus.
                                             religion to the deaf.
Deafness                    Aug. 8    1974   Calvary Chapel for the Deaf , in Allentown, brings   Easton Express   p. 9 illus.
                                             religion to the deaf.
Delaware Canal              Dec. 11   1974   Restoration project of the canal, using methods of   Express          p. 29, illus.
                                             construction similar to original process of
                                             construction of the 1820s
Delaware River - Canoeing   Aug. 21   1974   Byrne, Governor of NJ, canoes down Delaware          Express          p. 1 & 13,
                                             River to see Tocks Island                                             illus.
Dental Insurance            Nov. 12   1974   Easton Area School Board extends dental              Express          p. 13
                                             coverage to all employees
Dentists                    May 23    1974   Obit. For Dr. Henry Sassaman, dentist.               Easton Express   p. 38
Dentists                    Nov. 12   1974   Memorial for Dr. Henry Kowitz;                       Easton Express   p. 13, illus.
                                             performance of jazz group.
Department Stores            Feb. 20    1974   Sears Department Store: To build in proposed          Easton Express    p. 1
                                               Green Pond Mall.
Department Stores            Oct. 19    1974   Pomeroy's (Laubach's) Department Store: Store Easton Express            p. 15
                                               executive, Joseph R. Wilk, killed in fall in elevator
                                               shaft.
Doctors                      May 23     1974   Dr. Barbara DiSalvo was honored by Easton             Easton Express    p. 1, 4, 5,
                                               Exchange Club with Golden Deeds Award for work                          illus.
                                               with children at the area Well-Baby Clinics. She
                                               was injured on March 25 by a fall from a hayloft.

Doctors                      May 24     1974   Dr. Barbara DiSalvo was honored by Easton         Easton Express        p. 5, illus.
                                               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.

Downtown Improvement Group Dec. 6       1974   Director Philip J. Levine resigns post                 Express          p. 13, illus.
(DIG)
Easton Area Public Library June 14      1974   Flies replica of Easton flag on library's flag pole.   Easton Express   P. 22 Illus
  Flag                                         Flag given by library director(Jane S. Moyer)in
                                               memory of her father, Andrew J. Shaneberger.


Easton Area Public Library   Nov. 30    1974    As a district center, The Easton Library has   Easton Express          P. 23
 Borrowing                                     entered into reciprocal borrowing agreements on
                                               Feb. 3 with 5 libraries in the district.

Easton Armory                April 10   1974   Citizens' group wants city council to save armory      Easton Express   p. 5
                                               for local use.
Easton Armory                April 13   1974   A list of possible uses of armory for the              Easton Express   p. 5
                                               community is being prepared by a group of
                                               interested citizens.
Easton Armory                Dec. 18    1974   Armory building could be community center if           Easton Express   p. 17
                                               citizens are willing to use it.
Easton Armory                July 16    1974   Citizens' group wants city council to save armory    Easton Express   p. 17
                                               for local use.
Easton Armory                June 12    1974   Citizens' group wants city council to save armory    Easton Express   p. 21
                                               for local use.
Easton Armory                June 13    1974   Citizens' group wants city council to save armory    Easton Express   p. 17
                                               for local use.
Easton Armory                June 18    1974   Citizens' group wants city council to save armory    Easton Express   p. 9
                                               for local use.
Easton Armory                June 26    1974   Citizens' group wants city council to save armory    Easton Express   p. 21
                                               for local use.
Easton Armory                Sept. 27   1974   Citizens' group wants city council to save armory    Easton Express   p. 19
                                               for local use.
Easton Emergency Squad       Sept. 19   1974   Easton Kiwanis Club presents new ambulance to        Easton Express   p. 17, illus
                                               Easton Emergency Squad.
Easton Express               Jan. 13    1974   Installs new plate process (Letterflex), which       Easton Express   p. 15, illus
                                               reduces pollution.
Easton Express               May 13     1974   Main office building, at 30 N. 4th St., to have      Easton Express   p. 1
                                               complete renovation of the interior- a 6 month
                                               project.
Easton Express - Awards      Oct. 29    1974   Wins award for its editorial leadership and          Easton Express   p. 2, illus
                                               excellence in traffic safety.
Easton Express - Employees   May 17     1974   Donald P. Keith, associate editor, wins top honors   Easton Express   p. 5
                                               in the Keystone Press Association. Editorial: The
                                               energy crisis points the way to new directions in
                                               1974.
Easton Express - Special     June 21    1974   Magazine section, " The Family Weekly," to be a      Easton Express
Features                                       weekend supplement in the daily paper, starting
                                               June 22.
Easton HOSPITAL -            Dec. 21    1974   Seven area optometrists to provide services          Easton Express   p. 19 illus
OPTHALMOLOGY DEPT                              through Easton Hospital's division of
                                               opthalmology; only one of its kind in the state.

Easton Hospital Pediatrics   Feb. 23    1974   Pediatrics department marks 75th anniversary.        Easton Express   p.9
Easton Neighborhood Centers        June 25    1974   United Fund denies application of Easton Area  Easton Express         p. 1
                                                     Neighborhood Center to become a member
                                                     agency of the organization.
Easton Public Library              Sept. 24   1974    Mrs. Nancy Vaugh appointed to board to fill   Easton Express         P. 13
 Trustees                                            vacancy caused by death of Bernard M. Goodman.

Easton, City of - Business         Nov. 29    1974   6 merchants have faith in Easton by starting new Express              p. 23, illus.
                                                     businesses or relocating in the downtown area
                                                     ..Seidel's Shoes, Lu-Co's Cut Rate, Journey Beyond,
                                                     Tie-Town, Genesis Bikery, Lacs-Enterprise

Easton, City of - Description      Nov. 13    1974   D. Herbert Lipoon, publisher of Philadelphia         Easton Express   p. 4, illus.
                                                     Magazine, describes a visit to his old
                                                     neighborhoods
Easton, City of - Employees        Dec. 21    1974   City councilman Jay Snyder is robbed of $350. in     Express          p. 2
                                                     parking lot at Church and Sitgreaves St.

Easton, City of - History          April 29   1974   Mrs. Ellen Swank turns 108 and reminisces about      Express          p. 5, illus.
                                                     old times
Easton, City of - Police Dept. -   Jan. 10    1974   Easton police move into new headquarters at rear     Express          p. 6, illus.
Building                                             of 650 Ferry St. (City Hall Building.)
Easton, City of - Police Dept. -   July 3     1974   Mayor Ashton seeks to coordinate police network      Easton Express   p. 13
Law enforcement                                      with Wilson Borough
Easton, City of - Police Dept. -   Nov. 1     1974   Received a $30,000 mobile crime laboratory, paid     Express          p. 15, illus.
Law enforcement                                      from a grant from the Northeast Regional Council,
                                                     Governor's Justice Commission. A brief description
                                                     of the equipment and its probable use.

Easton, City of - Streets - Church Dec. 27    1974   A project to widen Church St. from 3rd to 4th        Express          p. 15, map
Street                                               Streets to take 5 buildings. City Council okays
                                                     project.
Easton, City of - Streets - Church Dec. 4     1974   A project to widen Church St. from 3rd to 4th        Express          p. 19
Street                                               Streets to take 5 buildings. City Council okays
                                                     project.
Easton, City of - Streets - Names Nov. 14   1974   The old street names will be back for the year of    Express          p. 17
                                                   1976. Council voted to accede to the request of
                                                   the Bicentennial Commission to restore original
                                                   names of north-south streets.

Easton, City of - Streets - Names Oct. 8    1974   The old street names will be back for the year of    Express          p. 11
                                                   1976. Council voted to accede to the request of
                                                   the Bicentennial Commission to restore original
                                                   names of north-south streets

Easton, City of - Streets - Wood July 31    1974   Wood Avenue still a bottleneck that troubles         Express          p. 13
Avenue                                             residents
Easton, City of - Traffic        July 25    1974   City Council pushes repeal of truck-parking ban      Express          p. 13

Easton, West - Education         June 12    1974   Closing ceremonies held at Livingstone School.      Express           p. 22, illus.
                                                   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.
Easton, West - Education         May 7      1974   Livingstone School to be torn down at end of        Express           p. 5
                                                   school year. Located at Center and Fourth Streets.

Easton, West - Education         Oct. 22    1974   Livingstone School torn down                         Express          p. 12, illus.
Education - Athletics            April 2    1974   Stan Sutphen named Coach of the Year.                Easton Express   p. 1, p. 19
Education - Athletics            July 25    1974   Board okays the new post of a head trainer for       Easton Express   p. 28
                                                   athletic department.
Education - Centerfield School   April 12   1974   March and Palmer schools to absorb Centerfield       Easton Express   p. 5
                                                   pupils.
Education - Centerfield School   April 3    1974   Centerfield School at Martin's Creek burns. It was   Easton Express   p. 1 illus.
                                                   believed to be arson.
Education - Centerfield School   April 30   1974   Easton School Board accepts insurance settlement     Easton Express   p. 5
                                                   ($211,046) for loss of Centerfield School.
Education - Centerfield School   April 9   1974   State will not assist the Easton District in replacing Easton Express   p. 5
                                                  Centerfield.
Education - Centerfield School   June 11   1974   Lower Mt. Bethel supervisors proposed to school Easton Express          p. 15
                                                  board that the district keep the property, restore
                                                  the auditorium- gym building for a recreation
                                                  program. Board turned down the plan.

Education - Centerfield School   June 22   1974   State will not assist the Easton District in replacing Easton Express   p. 1
                                                  Centerfield School.
Education - Centerfield School   June 25   1974   Lower Mt. Bethel supervisors proposed to school Easton Expresss         p. 15
                                                  board that the district keep the property, restore
                                                  the auditorium- gym building for a recreation
                                                  program. Board turned down the plan.

Education - Centerfield School   May 14    1974   State will not assist the Easton District in replacing Easton Express   p. 5
                                                  Centerfield.
Education - Curriculum           May 14    1974   Easton School District - Suspension of foreign         Easton Express   p. 5
                                                  language program due to a continued drop in
                                                  enrollment in language courses.

Education - Curriculum - French March 26   1974   School board drops elementary French.                Easton Express     p. 5

Education - Dental Program       Nov. 12   1974   Easton Area School Board extends dental           Easton Express        p. 13
                                                  coverage to all employees.
Education - Employees            Jan. 2    1974   Maybelle D. Jaffe, EASD office employee who likes Easton Express        p. 25 illus.
                                                  to walk.
Education - Employees            Jan. 30   1974   Easton Area School District Faculty, Jack Paul,   Easton Espress        p. 19
                                                  attendance officer. An account of his work.

Education - Food                 Jan. 2    1974   Easton Area District schools get new food service. Easton Express       p. 5
                                                  Kro-Tron Food Services sontract terminated.

Education - High School (12th    Oct. 16   1974   Easton Junior High School wooden shed and 4          Easton Express     p. 1 illus.
Street)                                           classrooms damaged by fire.
Education - Kindergarten          April 9   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.
Education - March School          June 12   1974   Belle Hoffenberg gives her views on her ligetime Easton Express       p. 26 illus.
                                                   work and her experience in teaching. She taught
                                                   at March School.
Education - Northampton       April 5       1974   Community college offers a college-at-home         Easton Express     p. 5
County Area Community College                      credit program.

Education - Northampton       June 7        1974   NCACC to start the program, "College at Home".     Easton Express     p. 5
County Area Community College

Education - Northampton       March 1       1974   Account of its educational scope and future goals. Easton Express
County Area Community College

Education - Northampton       Nov. 8        1974   College-at-home program- 3 public libraries     Easton Express        p. 15
County Area Community College                      (Allentown, Bethlehem, Easton) join Northampton
                                                   County Area Community College in the project.

Electric Lighting - Pa. Power and July 30   1974   Martin's Creek generating station eventually to be Easton Express     p. 15, illus
Light Company                                      largst in the P.P. & L. System.

Energy Crisis                     Jan. 14   1974   Energy crisis has hit area hospitals in severe       Easton Express   p. 5
                                                   slowdown in supply deliveries.
Energy Crisis                     Jan. 16   1974   All schools in Northampton County to start 1/2       Easton Express   p. 1
                                                   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.

Energy Crisis                     Jan. 18   1974   Northampton County is first to dim lights on       Easton Express     p. 5
                                                   highways.
Engles, Harry C.                  Dec. 23    1974   Engles, Harry C. "Skip" - Northampton County         Easton Express   p. 1, illus
                                                    Sheriff. Obituary.
Fiamma, James N.                  March 22   1974   Obit.                                                Easton Express   p. 28, illus
Fiamma, James N.                  March 27   1974   Fiamma, James N., Supt. Of recreation for            Easton Express   p. 11, illus
                                                    Phillipsburg and director of Firth Youth Center.
                                                    Memorial fund to be started by friends.

Fire Code                         Sept. 13   1974   97 restaurants and bars in Easton have violations    Easton Express   p. 19
                                                    of fire code.
Fires                             Oct. 11    1974   In the 200 block of Northampton Street, 19           Easton Express   p. 1, illus
                                                    persons evacuated. Some businesses prepare to
                                                    open; others to relocate.
Fires                             Oct. 8     1974   In the 200 block of Northampton Street, 19           Easton Express   p. 1, illus
                                                    persons evacuated. Some businesses prepare to                         p. 8, illus
                                                    open; others to relocate.
Firth Youth Center, Phillipsburg, June 25    1974   Portrait of James N. Fiamma presented to Center.     Easton Express   p. 15, illus
N.J.                                                Fiamma was superintendent of recreation and
                                                    director of youth center. He died March 21.

Flag                              March 30   1974   The Bicentennial Commission of Pa. has endorsed Easton Express        p. 5
                                                    the inclusion of the flag in the U.S. Postal Service
                                                    historic flag commemorative service.

Flemington, N.J. - Liberty Village Aug. 17   1974   "National Unity Day" observance held at Liberty      Easton Express   p. 17, illus
                                                    Village. Dedicated on 85 ft. flag pole in honor of
                                                    the 2nd anniversary of the opening of the
                                                    American Shrine.
Folk Festival                     June 17    1974   Held on Saturday in Centre Square. Sponsored by      Easton Express   p. 17, illus
                                                    DIG.
Football - Thanksgiving Day       Dec. 3     1974   Conduct of fans at Thanksgiving Day game at          Easton Express   p. 17
Game                                                Fisher Field disturbed members of Easton School
                                                    Board.
Football - Thanksgiving Day       June 21    1974   Thanksgiving Day Game finally set for 1974 to be     Easton Express   p. 1
Game                                                played at Fisher Field.
Football - Thanksgiving Day   March 8     1974   P'Burg, Easton discuss moving Thanksgiving Game. Easton Express        p. 29
Game
Forks Township                May 1       1974   Attempts are made to recreate boundaries              Easton Express   p. 7
                                                 between Palmer and Forks Townships.
Forks Township - Emergency    April 24    1974   Forks Township Emergency Squad builds own             Easton Express   p. 5, illus
Squad                                            building on Sullivan Trail.
Forks Township - Fire Company March 22    1974   Forks Township to buy old milk tank to replace        Easton Express   p. 5
                                                 leaky fire truck.
Forks Township - Housing      Feb. 8      1974   Supervisors have approved tentatively a planned       Easton Express   p. 5
                                                 residential development known as "Sullivan
                                                 Village." Developers must meet 16 conditions in
                                                 60 days.
Forks Township - Housing      June 14     1974   Planners reject a new proposal for a housing          Easton Express   p. 21
                                                 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 - Parks        March 19, 1974     Forks Township receives a 3.7 acre of park land,      Easton Express   p. 5
                              April 4            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.
Fourth of July                June 11     1974   Easton city ordinances prohibit the sale or use of    Easton Express   p. 15
                                                 sparklers.
Fox                           Dec. 2      1974   Vice president and general manager of Onondaga        Easton Express   p. 1, illus
                                                 Silk Company - Obit.
Frenchtown, N.J. - Churches   May 25      1974   Frenchtown Presbyterian Church to celebrate 125       Easton Express   p. 6
                                                 years of service.
Fuel                          Jan. 22 &   1974   Palmer Township pushing plan to recycle waste         Easton Express   p. 5
                              30                 for fuel and profit.
Fuel                          May 28      1974   Palmer Township pushing plan to recycle waste         Easton Express   p. 1, illus
                                                 for fuel and profit.
Gambling             Oct. 31    1974   Latest area poll shows stronger opposition toward Easton Express     p. 1
                                       the proposed legalized casino gambling in New
                                       Jersey.
Garbage - Disposal   April 18   1974   Heikki Elo describes trash pelletizing procedure. Easton Express     p. 5

Garbage - Disposal   Sept. 5    1974   Heikki Elo describes trash pelletizing procedure.   Easton Express   p. 11

Gasoline Shortage    Feb. 1     1974   Gas prices rise, supply dwindles.                   Easton Express   p. 1
Gasoline Shortage    Feb. 16    1974   Pa. dealers threaten to close gas stations.         Easton Express   p. 1
Gasoline Shortage    Feb. 18    1974   Pa. dealers threaten to close gas stations.         Easton Express   p. 5
Gasoline Shortage    Feb. 20    1974   Pa. dealers threaten to close gas stations.         Easton Express   p. 1
Gasoline Shortage    Feb. 22    1974   Gas stations closing today. Indefinitely in Pa.     Easton Express   p. 1
                                       Easton dealers vote to close.                                        p. 5, illus
Gasoline Shortage    Feb. 4     1974   Gas stations closing today. Indefinitely in Pa.     Easton Express
                                       Easton dealers vote to close.
Gasoline Shortage    Feb. 6     1974   Gas dealers impose unofficial rationing.            Easton Express   p. 5
Gasoline Shortage    Feb. 7     1974   Gas stations closing today. Indefinitely in Pa.     Easton Express
                                       Easton dealers vote to close.
Gasoline Shortage    Feb. 8     1974   Gas dealers impose unofficial rationing.            Easton Express   p. 14, illus
Gasoline Shortage    Jan. 14    1974   Gas stations closing today. Indefinitely in Pa.     Easton Express   p. 5
                                       Easton dealers vote to close.
Gasoline Shortage    Jan. 2     1974   Gas prices rise, supply dwindles.                   Easton Express   p. 1
Gasoline Shortage    Jan. 30    1974   Gas dealers impose unofficial rationing.            Easton Express   p. 1, illus
Gasoline Shortage    March 1    1974   Pa. - Jersey press for more gasoline for March.     Easton Express   p. 1

Gasoline Shortage    March 1    1974   Area gas pumps hum as lines dwindle.                Easton Express   p. 1
Gasoline Shortage    March 15   1974   Pa. - Jersey press for more gasoline for March.     Easton Express   p. 1

Gasoline Stations    Feb. 25    1974   Whale of a Wash, at Wood Avenue and              Easton Express      p. 1
                                       Northampton Streets - gas must be sold only with
                                       a car wash.
Gasoline Stations    Jan. 28    1974   Gasoline supplies to increase in February.       Easton Express      p. 5, illus
Gracedale - Employees          June 7     1974   Employees organize and vote to create a policy      Easton Express   p. 5
                                                 committee to organize with the American
                                                 Federation of State, County, and Municipal
                                                 Employees.
Gracedale - Golf Course        Aug. 1     1974   Course planned next to Gracedale. Three hundred     Easton Express   p. 14
                                                 petitioners object.
Gracedale - Golf Course        Aug. 27    1974   Course planned next to Gracedale. Three hundred     Easton Express   p. 15
                                                 petitioners object.
Gracedale - Golf Course        July 29    1974   Course planned next to Gracedale. Three hundred     Easton Express   p. 2
                                                 petitioners object.
Hackettstown, N.J - Churches   Oct. 5     1974   Assembly of God, located on North Main Street.      Easton Express   p. 6, illus
                                                 Brief history.
Hackettstown, N.J - Crime      March 28   1974   Mother of baby found in bag is charged. Mrs. Rita   Easton Express   p. 1
                                                 Wynder is involved.
Hackettstown, N.J - Crime      March 30   1974   Mother of baby found in bag is charged. Mrs. Rita   Easton Express   p. 1, illus
                                                 Wynder is involved.
Hackettstown, N.J - Hospital   March 1    1974   Hackettstown Community Hospital. Brief history.     Easton Express   p. 46, illus

Hahn, Stanley F.               Nov. 25    1974   Local bank president of Northampton National        Easton Express   p. 1, illus
                                                 Bank from July 1944 to December 1970. Obit.

Halfway House                  Dec. 27    1974   Halfway House at 121 N. 8th St., Allentown, ready Easton Express     p. 12, illus
                                                 for alcoholics of the Lehigh Valley that need help.
                                                 William J. Donnelly, Jr., director.

Halloween                      Dec. 9     1974   Easton Halloween parade may become a daytime Easton Express          p. 23
                                                 event due to the harassment of participants by
                                                 spectators.
Handicapped Children           March 11   1974   Easton therapist cited for her work with the deaf. Easton Express    p. 17, illus
                                                 Mrs. Helen Hulick Beebe honored with a
                                                 testimonial dinner.
Head Start                   Aug. 20    1974   To be taken over by the Colonial Northampton      Easton Express        p. 13
                                               Intermediate Unit 20 in September. Action assures
                                               the continuation of the Head Start program.

Health Fair                  Oct. 17    1974   Doctors examine 180 women at first health fair in      Easton Express   p. 15
                                               YWCA.
Helms, Mrs. Ethel            April 18   1974   Descendant of Mammy Morgan keeps art and               Easton Express   p. 15, illus
                                               history alive by creating items of hand craft.
                                               Interested in history of the area.
Henry Family                 Aug. 21    1974   Gunmaker's homestead to be made an historical          Easton Express   p. 36, illus
                                               site. Brief history of gunworks.
Henry Family                 Aug. 24    1974   Gunmaker's homestead to be made an historical          Easton Express   p. 17
                                               site. Brief history of gunworks.
Hitchhiking                  July 24    1974   Easton man fined $50 in Warren County District         Easton Express   p. 15
                                               Court for hitchhiking on Interstate Route 80, in the
                                               nude.
Homemakers Service           May 22, 23 1974   Homemakers' Services, of Northampton County,           Easton Express   p. 5
                                               protest service groups leadership and walk off
                                               jobs.
Houses, Historic             Jan. 8     1974   Little stone house at corner of 5th and Ferry          Easton Express   p. 13, illus
                                               Streets to be preserved as an 18th century house
                                               and become a museum.
Housing                      Feb. 4     1974   Kennedy Gardens Apartments, Canal and Centre           Easton Express   p. 7
                                               Streets, Easton, up for sale. HUD to open bids on
                                               March 13.
Housing - Delaware Terrace   March 8    1974   Delaware Terrace residents want cats.                  Easton Express   p. 8
Project
Housing - The Highlands      June 13    1974   Easton sells 30 acres in Southeast portion of          Easton Express   p. 17
                                               Easton to Benjamin Contractors. Will construct
                                               $16 million townhouse development "The
                                               Highlands." Paid $2,000 an acre.
Hugh Moore Parkway - Party         June 17    1974   Forks of the Delaware Garden Club gives a party      Easton Express   p. 14, illus
                                                     on Friday evening at Hugh Moore Park. Sales of
                                                     tickets will be used to beautify the facility.

Hunterdon County, N.J. -           Sept. 7    1974   New York couple make their home in Presbyterian      Easton Express   p. 19, illus
Churches                                             Church built in 1880.
Jacobsburg                         Feb. 28    1974   Dam might pollute creek.                             Easton Express   p. 5
Jacobsburg                         Jan. 11    1974   Pa. delays building of Jacobsburg Dam.               Easton Express   p. 1
Jacobsburg                         Nov. 23    1974   Pa. gives historic status to site near Jacobsburg.   Easton Express   p. 19
                                                     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.

Jewish Community Center            Aug. 30    1974   Jack Sher retires after 50 years as executive        Easton Express   p. 1, illus
                                                     director of Jewish Community Center.
Jews                               Sept. 11   1974   Jewish woman has talent for Jewish cuisine which     Easton Express   p. 7, illus
                                                     pays off. Mrs. Bryna Nadler has Jewish Catering
                                                     Service.
Kites                              April 9    1974   William La Rose, of Easton, has been flying kites    Easton Express   p. 13, illus
                                                     for 70 years.
Lafayette College - Faculty        March 14   1974   Obituary of Dr. Guy E. Snavely, ex-interim           Easton Express   p.36, illus.
                                                     president from Sept. 1957 - July 1958
Lafayette College - Fraternities   May 6      1974   Delta Kappa Epsilon damaged by fire.                 Easton Express   p. 5, illus.

Lafayette College - History        March 1    1974   Brief history.                                      Easton Express    p. 54
Lafayette College - Presidents     April 8    1974   President K. Roald Bergethon, who has served 16 Easton Express        p. 1, p. 6,
                                                     years as president, has seen a 1,460 all-male                         illus.
                                                     student enrollment grow into a 1,972 student co-
                                                     educational institution. Stresses quality education
                                                     rather than quantity for the future.

Lafayette College - Visitors       July 23    1974   Senator Wayne Morse, critic of Vietnam War,          Easton Express   p. 6
                                                     spoke at College in March 1966.
Lafayette College - Visitors     Nov. 25    1974   William Simon, U. S. Secretary of Treasury, Class     Easton Express   p. 2, illus.
                                                   of 1952, visits college for annual Lafayette-Lehigh
                                                   football game.
Landfills, Sanitary              Feb. 19    1974   Alternatives proposed in Williams Township            Express          p. 5
Lehigh Canal                     Jan. 19    1974   Boats will return to the canal under Moore            Easton Express   p. 5
                                                   Parkway Commission's development plan for a
                                                   250-acre river valley corridor.
Lehigh University - Historical   Feb. 7     1974   Cast metal historical marker commemorating the        Easton Express   p. 6, illus.
Marker                                             birth of Asa Packer has been stolen. It was
                                                   formerly located at the corner of Brodhead and
                                                   Packer Avenues in Bethlehem.

Lehigh Valley Railroad -         April 10   1974   Valley railroad wants a federal grant of $10 million Easton Express    p. 1
Bankruptcy                                         to enable it to continue operation for 620 days.

Lehigh Valley Railroad -         April 5    1974   Future of the railroad to be decided May 2.           Easton Express   p. 5
Bankruptcy                                         Whether or not the railroad can be reorganized
                                                   under the Bankruptcy Act or under the new
                                                   Regional Rail Reorganization Act.

Liberty Village                  Aug. 17    1974   National Unity Day observance held at Liberty         Easton Express   p. 17, illus.
                                                   Village. Dedicated an 85-foot flag pole in honor of
                                                   the 2nd anniversry of the opening of the American
                                                   shrine.
Loquasta, Al-Day                 Aug. 21    1974   Race driver honored by erecting a race track on       Easton Express   p. 13
                                                   Northampton Street in 300 block for a series of
                                                   races by 40 midget race drivers.
Loquasta, Al-Day                 Aug. 26    1974   Race driver honored by erecting a race track on       Easton Express   p. 17
                                                   Northampton Street in 300 block for a series of
                                                   races by 40 midget race drivers.
Loquasta, Al-Day                 Aug. 26    1974   Race driver honored by erecting a race track on       Easton Express   p. 1, illus.
                                                   Northampton Street in 300 block for a series of
                                                   races by 40 midget race drivers.
Lotteries                 May 2      1974   Easton man wins $100,000 in PA lottery Bakers'        Easton Express   p. 7
                                            Dozen. It was won by Adrian Gabrielli who will
                                            treat his fellow workers at Northampton Pants
                                            Factory to pizza and beer.

Lower Saucon Township     Aug. 13    1974   To make a tie-dyed quilt to be given to the first     Easton Express   p. 36, illus.
                                            baby born in the township on or after July 4, 1976.
                                            An account of the Township's plans for the
                                            bicentennial celebration.
Magic, Witchcraft         Sept. 27   1974   Hunterdon County, N.J. couple combine their           Easton Express   p. 16, illus
                                            talents of masks making and magic.
Mammana, Placid "Pat"     Jan. 7     1974   Mammana, Placid "Pat" - realtor and owner of          Easton Express   p. 23, illus
                                            Mammana and Sons Real Estate and Insurance,
                                            314 S. 17th St. Obituary.
Marines                   Nov. 11    1974   Marine history alive in Wilson Borough. Jim Shelly,   Easton Express   p. 19, illus
                                            Express reporter, visits the detachments
                                            headquarters on Lehigh Street.

Marines                   Nov. 12    1974   Marine history alive in Wilson Borough. Jim Shelly, Easton Express     p. 10
                                            Express reporter, visits the detachments
                                            headquarters on Lehigh Street.

Mariton                   Sept. 4    1974   Wild life sanctuary in Williams Township.             Easton Express   p. 12, illus
Martin's Creek - School   April 18   1974   Residents support the rebuilding of Centerfield       Easton Express   p. 5
                                            School.
Martin's Creek - School   April 26   1974   Residents support the rebuilding of Centerfield       Easton Express   p. 5
                                            School.
Maue, Rev. Harry          Dec. 11    1974   To retire from Redevelopment Authority. Has           Easton Express   p. 17, illus
                                            been on the Authority for 10 years and 4 months.

Merger                    Aug. 13    1974   Townships fight merger.                               Easton Express   p. 12
Merger                    Aug. 14    1974   Townships fight merger.                               Easton Express   p. 14
Merger                    Aug. 16    1974   Townships fight merger.                               Easton Express   p. 19
Merger                    Aug. 3     1974   Easton Chamber of Commerce wants a state study      Easton Express   p. 1
                                            on the Easton merger plan.
Merger                    Aug. 5     1974   Easton Chamber of Commerce wants a state study      Easton Express   p. 17
                                            on the Easton merger plan.
Merger                    Dec. 31    1974   Telephone poll by Easton Express.                   Easton Express   p. 1
Merger                    July 10    1974   Area leaders reject merger plan. Easton City        Easton Express   p. 1, map
                                            Council backs merger idea.
Merger                    July 11    1974   Area leaders reject merger plan. Easton City        Easton Express   p. 1, 17
                                            Council backs merger idea.
Merger                    July 16    1974   Merger distrusted by area residents who would be    Easton Express   p. 1
                                            affected by a proposal to merge thirteen
                                            communities.
Merger                    July 22    1974   Merger distrusted by area residents who would be    Easton Express   p. 17
                                            affected by a proposal to merge thirteen
                                            communities.
Merger                    Oct. 10    1974   Townships fight merger.                             Easton Express   p. 1
Merger                    Oct. 18    1974   Townships fight merger.                             Easton Express   p. 1
Merger                    Oct. 25    1974   Townships fight merger.                             Easton Express   p. 1
Merger                    Oct. 26    1974   Townships fight merger.                             Easton Express   p. 19
Merger                    Oct. 31    1974   Telephone poll by Easton Express.                   Easton Express   p. 1
Merger                    Sept. 10   1974   Easton merger proposal was tried 81 years ago.      Easton Express   p. 13

Merger                    Sept. 14   1974   Easton Express editorial: Should 10 communities Easton Express       p. 4
                                            merge with Easton?
Merrill, Dina             May 25     1974   Visits Hess Store in Allentown. Talks of her    Easton Express       p. 13, illus
                                            program for beauty. Column by Express reporter,
                                            Doris W. Whitehead.
Meyers, Dr. Albertus L.   June 5     1974   Conductor of Allentown Band received Allentown Easton Express        p. 5
                                            Exchange Club Golden Deeds Award.

Military Companies -      Aug. 25    1974   The Washington Greys -- the medal -- its military   Easton Express
Washington Greys                            history.
Mindszenty, Joszef Cardinal     May 17     1974   Two area priests to join in the visit of the cardinal, Easton Express   p. 5
                                                  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.

Minnelli, Liza                  Aug. 10    1974   Star appears at Allentown Fairgrounds.           Easton Express         p. 1, illus
Minnelli, Liza                  Aug. 12    1974   Star appears at Allentown Fairgrounds.           Easton Express         p. 19, illus
Money                           Aug. 10    1974   Money - How to make it for fun and profit. Roger Easton Express         p. 18, illus
                                                  Blake tells of his fun in making money work.

Monroe County, Pa. - Churches Jan. 5       1974   Shawnee Presbyterian Church, Smithfield          Easton Express         p. 6, illus
                                                  Township. Brief history.
Monroe County, Pa. - Churches March 22     1974   Zion Lutheran Church, 123 year old landmark      Easton Express         p. 6, illus
                                                  being used as meeting place by squatters. Its
                                                  future is uncertain. Some residents want it
                                                  preserved as an historic site.
Morgan, Elizabeth Bell          April 18   1974   Helms, Mrs. Ethel. Descendant of Mammy Morgan Easton Express            p. 15, illus
                                                  keeps art and history alive by creating items of
                                                  hand craft. Interested in history of the area.

Morgenstern, Harvey             Feb. 26    1974   He gave Phillipsburg High School Arboretum, and      Easton Express
                                                  wrote "This I Remember." Obit.

Morris Canal                    April 24   1974   Canal buff puts Morris Canal on map. Book by         Easton Express     p. 23, illus
                                                  James Lee, "The Morris Canal," is best source of
                                                  information on the Canal's history.
Morris, Gordon K.               Nov. 4     1974   Repairer of locks of Lehigh Canal.                   Easton Express     p. 1, illus
                                                                                                                          p. 13
Movies - X Rated-Flesh Gordon   Oct. 10    1974   Movie "Flesh Gordon" banned at State Theater by Easton Express          p. 1, 2
                                                  Mayor's office.
Movies - X Rated-Godfather      Nov. 20    1974   The televised version of "Godfather" didn’t seem Easton Express         p. 1
                                                  offensive to many area viewers.
Movies - X Rated-Group     Nov. 12   1974   Drive In Theater in Bethlehem ordered to halt filty Easton Express    p. 13
Marriage                                    films, "Group Marriage" and "The Playmates,"
                                            both rated R.
Mucis Boxes                Jan. 26   1974   William Payne, of Mt. Bethel, a flight engineer,    Easton Express    p. 13, illus
                                            repairs music boxes in his spare time.

Murder                     Jan. 18   1974   Roy Graver, 17 year old Moore Township youth         Easton Express   p. 1
                                            charged with murder of his stepfather and two
                                            brothers.
NAACP                      June 17   1974   Bishop Stephen Spottswood speaks at annual           Easton Express   p. 17, illus
                                            Freedom Fund banquet of the Easton Branch of
                                            NAACP at Hotel Easton.
National Unity Day         Aug. 17   1974   "National Unity Day" observance held at Library      Easton Express   p. 17, illus
                                            Village. Dedicated an 85 ft. flag pole in honor of
                                            the 2nd anniversary of the opening of the
                                            American Shrine.
Nazareth, Pa. - Churches   Feb. 16   1974   Nazareth Lutheran and Reformed (Union) Church,       Easton Express   p. 20, illus
                                            at corner of Broad and Prospect Streets, formerly
                                            St. John's Lutheran Church. Brief history.

Nazareth, Pa. - Crime      Aug. 31   1974   Gunmen hold up Nazareth Finance Co.                  Easton Express   p. 1
Nazareth, Pa. - Crime      Aug. 31   1974   Standard Finance Company held up by gunmen           Easton Express   p. 1
                                            who escaped with $3,504.
Nazi Party                 March 1   1974   Nazi Party may move offices to Hackettstown.         Easton Express   p. 8, illus
                                            Anti-Semitic remarks made.
New Jersey - Banks         March 1   1974   Brief history of local banks.                        Easton Express   p. 32
New Jersey - Poster        July 31   1974   Welcome N.J. Poster erected and dedicated on         Easton Express   p. 13, illus
                                            N.J. side of toll bridge.
Nixon, Richard             Aug. 9    1974   President Nixon's resignation greeted by area        Easton Express   p. 1, 7
                                            residents with relief. Citizens interviewed by
                                            Easton Express.
Nixon, Richard - Impeachment     July 30   1974   Judiciary Counsel, Garner James Cline, a native of Easton Express        p. 15, illus
                                                  Wilson Borough, and Lafayette College graduate,
                                                  is involved in proceedings for the impeachment of
                                                  President Nixon.
Nixon, Richard - Motorcade       May 28    1974   Motorcade tours Easton in support of the           Easton Express        p. 5, illus
                                                  President on Saturday, May 25.
North. Co. Country Clubs         March 1   1974   Country Clubs, recreational resorts of the area.   Easton Express        p. 48
                                                  Brief history and description of their activities.

Northampton Co., - Prison -      May 10    1974   Jane Land, Moravian College student, says women         Express          p. 5
Women                                             prisoners lack privileges
Northampton Co., PA - Charter    May 22    1974   Northampton County charter study passed in May          Express          p. 1
Study                                             21 election
Northampton Co., PA - Prison -   Feb. 9    1974   An estimated 35% of the prisoners in county             Express          p. 5
Drugs                                             prison are serving time for violations of the State's
                                                  drug laws
Northampton Co., PA - Prison -   March 4   1974   Experimental project instructs inmates to be            Express          p. 5
Education                                         prison teachers
Northampton Co., PA - Prison -   Sept. 6   1974   Northampton County prison is school for most            Express          p. 9
Education                                         inmates
Northampton Co., PA - Prison -   July 13   1974   Retiring prison official Michael Cleveland raps         Express          p. 15
Officials                                         prison board
Northampton Co., PA - Prison -   Aug. 27   1974   Warden Thomas Cavanaugh retiring after 11 years         Express          p. 5, illus.
Warden                                            at County prison. Tells of philosophy of
                                                  Northampton County Prison and its treatment of
                                                  prisoners.
Northampton Co., PA - Prison -   Aug. 28   1974   Warden Thomas Cavanaugh retiring after 11 years         Express          p. 13
Warden                                            at County prison. Tells of philosophy of
                                                  Northampton County Prison and its treatment of
                                                  prisoners.
Northampton Convalescent         June 28   1974   An account of its services.                             Easton Express   p. 5, illus
Center
Nuclear Power Plants          May 6      1974   Power companies in the Delaware River Basin           Easton Express   p. 1, illus
                                                area now propose 8 nuclear generating stations
                                                instead of 11, as proposed 2 years ago. An
                                                account of the Master Siting Study.

Nursing Homes                 May 18     1974   Lehigh Valley nursing homes hit by red tape. Life     Easton Express   p. 5
                                                Safety Code forcing many to spend thousands of
                                                dollars to meet standards or go out of business.

Obscenity Law                 Aug. 19    1974   New law has little impact on Lehigh Valley area.      Easton Express   p. 1

Obscenity Law                 Aug. 20    1974   New law has little impact on Lehigh Valley area.      Easton Express   p. 1

Obscenity Law                 Aug. 21    1974   New law has little impact on Lehigh Valley area.      Easton Express   p. 1

Obscenity Law                 March 25   1974   New law has little impact on Lehigh Valley area.      Easton Express   p. 5

Oil                           April 30   1974   Oil Spill. Blue Ridge-Winkler Textile Co. creates an Easton Express    p. 1, illus
                                                oil spill in Bushkill Creek, near Martin's Creek.

Oldwick, N.J. - Churches      Sept. 14   1974   Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church celebrates 260th     Easton Express   p. 6, illus
                                                anniversary.
Onassis, Jacqueline Kennedy   Nov. 30    1974   Buys a $200,000 estate in Bernardsville, Somerset     Easton Express   p. 2
                                                County, N.J.
Pa. Folk Art                  Oct. 18    1974   Exhibition at Allentown Art Museum. One of the        Easton Express   p. 13, illus
                                                largest of folk art ever to be exhibited. Two items
                                                from Northampton County Historical Society to be
                                                exhibited.
Palmer Township               Jan. 30    1974   Pushing plan to recycle waste for fuel and profit.    Easton Express   p. 5

Palmer Township               Sept. 25   1974   The fuel-from-sold-waste plant to be constructed Easton Express        p. 13
                                                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        p. 19
                                                 if municipal offices get state law changed. Project
                                                 developed by township engineer, Hekkki Elo.

Palmer Township - Boundaries   April 10   1974   Confusion about exact boundaries.                     Easton Express   p. 6

Palmer Township - Boundaries   July 16    1974   A printer's mistake has placed 2 acres of land        Easton Express   p. 17
                                                 around Seipsville Hotel as residential and not
                                                 commercial.
Palmer Township - Boundaries   July 24    1974   Some residents of Palmer who live near                Easton Express   p. 13
                                                 Bethlehem-Palmer Township border may find they
                                                 are not in the municipality they always thought
                                                 they were.
Palmer Township - Boundaries   May 1      1974   Attempts are made to recreate boundaries              Easton Express   p. 7
                                                 between Palmer and Forks Township.
Palmer Township - Parks        April 4    1974   Forks Township receives a 3.7 acre of park land,      Easton Express   p. 5
                                                 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 - Parks        March 19   1974   Palmer Township gives 3.6 acres of land fto Forks     Easton Express   p. 5
                                                 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

Palmer Township - Poet         Jan. 31    1974   Mrs. Margie Cuff Van Duzer, 229 Blenheim Drive, Easton Express         p. 13, illus
                                                 thinks and writes in rhyme.
Palmer Township - Schools      April 2    1974   Alexander Kassay, a fifth grade teacher at Palmer Easton Express       p. 13, illus
                                                 Elementary School tells of his career and teaching
                                                 of the young.
Palmer Township - Schools       Dec. 3     1974   Palmer Elementary School. School Library in the       Easton Express   p. 17
                                                  John Auld building will be named Tracie L. Roma
                                                  Memorial Library. Child, 9 years old, was killed on
                                                  way home from school.
Palmer Township - Schools       Oct. 22    1974   Residents and supervisors honor Howard D.             Easton Express   p. 12
                                                  Siegfried and John G. Cole for their work in the
                                                  township and schools system.
Palmer Township - Schools       Sept. 24   1974   Palmer School to hang portrait of late principal,     Easton Express   p. 13
                                                  Anthony J. Minotti.
Palmer Township - Taxation      June 1     1974   Passes a business tax over protests of 50 angry       Easton Express   p. 5
                                                  businessmen.
Parking Garage                  Feb. 19    1974   Parking Garage dedication ceremonies on               Easton Express   p. 5
                                                  Saturday, March 23.
Parking Garage                  March 21   1974   Parking Garage dedication ceremonies on               Easton Express   p. 5
                                                  Saturday, March 23.
Parking Garage                  March 22   1974   Parking Garage dedication ceremonies on               Easton Express   p. 4, illus
                                                  Saturday, March 23.
Parking Garage                  March 25   1974   Parking Garage dedication ceremonies on               Easton Express   p. 5, illus
                                                  Saturday, March 23.
Phillipsburg, N.J. - Churches   Jan. 21    1974   Pilgrim Presbyterian Church burns mortgage.           Easton Express   p. 6, illus
                                                  $250,000 on structure payments completed in 10
                                                  years. Brief history of the church.

Phillipsburg, N.J. - Churches   July 1     1974   Sts. Philip and James Roman Catholic Church           Easton Express   p. 1, illus
                                                  rededicated and officially entered its second
                                                  century of service to Catholics of the Phillipsburg
                                                  area.
Phillipsburg, N.J. - Churches   March 23   1974   Grace Baptist Church, 2 months old, located on        Easton Express   p. 20, illus
                                                  South Main Street near Sitgreaves Street.
Phillipsburg, N.J. - Churches   May 18     1974   Westminster Presbyterian Church, started in 1888.     Easton Express   p. 6, illus
                                                  Brief history.
Phillipsburg, N.J. - Churches   Nov. 11    1974   St. John's Lutheran Church praised for building its   Easton Express   p. 17
                                                  new church on site where old church stood for
                                                  100 years.
Phillipsburg, N.J. - Churches    Sept. 21   1974   St. John's Lutheran Church praised for building its Easton Express    p. 19, illus
                                                   new church on site where old church stood for
                                                   100 years. Chambers and Fulton Streets.

Phillipsburg, N.J. - Drinking    Aug. 14    1974   Bar and tavern owners oppose 1:00 A.M. closing.      Easton Express   p. 1
                                                   Council and owners to meet concerning the                             p. 13
                                                   matter.
Phillipsburg, N.J. - Drinking    Oct. 23    1974   Phillipsburg Council unanimously turns down          Easton Express   p. 13
                                                   ordinance on 1:00 A.M. bar closing.
Phillipsburg, N.J. - Officials   June 3     1974   Former mayor of Phillipsburg, Vernon D. "Huck"       Easton Express   p. 1, illus
                                                   Best. Served 1950-1954. Obit.
Phillipsburg, N.J. - Parks       Nov. 30    1974   Jaycees planned and dedicated Veterans Band          Easton Express   p. 23, illus
                                                   Shell in Park.
Planned Parenthood               July 19    1974   New center opens in Phillipsburg; to be housed in    Easton Express   p. 12, illus
                                                   old municipal building.
Pocono International Raceway     June 27    1974   Brief history of its development.                    Easton Express   p. 27, illus

Pocono Workers                   Aug. 5 & 6 1974   Pocono workers complain of poor living               Easton Express
                                                   conditions.
Pollution                        Aug. 30    1974   Lehigh River pollution is measured.                  Easton Express   p. 21
Pollution                        June 14    1974   Wilson Borough to push for the closing of Ironton    Easton Express   p. 21
                                                   Prints, Inc., 16th and Washington Streets, on
                                                   pollution violation.
Pollution                        June 17    1974   Wilson Borough to push for the closing of Ironton    Easton Express   p. 17
                                                   Prints, Inc., 16th and Washington Streets, on
                                                   pollution violation.
Pollution                        June 18    1974   Wilson Borough to push for the closing of Ironton    Easton Express   p. 1
                                                   Prints, Inc., 16th and Washington Streets, on
                                                   pollution violation.
Pornography                      Feb. 20    1974   District attorney Charles Spaziani evaluates anti-   Easton Express   p. 5
                                                   smut bill.
Post Office - Building           Dec. 5     1974   A contract for $ 267,777 has been awarded for        Easton Express   P. 17
                                                   major improvements to Easton Post Office.
Power Cell          Aug. 3     1974   Easton firm develops perpetual power cell. Peter       Easton Express   p. 1
                                      L. Krohn and J. Whitney Turner are partners in
                                      new electronics firm: Phazar Instruments.

Prostitution        May 29 -   1974   Prostitution booming in the Lehigh Valley. Express     Easton Express   p. 1
                    31                reporter Virginia Parry, writes a series of articles
                                      on the subject.
Purse Snatching     Sept. 21   1974   Chief of police, John M. Young, suggests ways of       Weaston Ex       p. 17
                                      self-protection.
Quakertown, N.J.    Nov. 5     1974   Early Quaker meeting named small Hunterdon             Easton Express   p. 12
                                      County town. Brief history.
Racing              June 28    1974   Souvenir edition of The Schaefer 500 at Pocono         Easton Express   p. 25, illus
                                      International Speedway.
Railroad - Routes   May 15     1974   Sunday, May 19, 1974, Black River and Western          Easton Express   p. 1
                                      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.

Railroad - Routes   May 17     1974   Sunday, May 19, 1974, Black River and Western          Easton Express   p. 27, illus
                                      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.

Red Cross           May 11     1974   Has campaign, "Good Neighbors SSI Alert," to seek Easton Express        p. 13
                                      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
Reibman Family                   Nov. 12    1974   Home on corner of 2nd and Spring Garden Street,      Easton Express   p. 10, illus
                                                   the residence of the Louis Reibman family for 60
                                                   years, now adapted to elegant hairdressing
                                                   business by Mark Estell.
Reibman, Jeanette - Honors       Oct. 4     1974   Received a certificate of merit from Pennsylvania    Easton Express   p. 21
                                                   Library Association.
Riegelsville, Pa. - Annexation   Sept. 26   1974   Council studies use of land annex-298 acres from     Easton Express   p. 19
                                                   Durham Township.
Riegelsville, Pa. - Schools      March 22   1974   Easton Area School Board rejects plant to close      Easton Express   p. 5
                                                   Riegelsville School.
Riegelsville, Pa. - Schools      March 23   1974   Easton Area School Board rejects plant to close      Easton Express   p. 5
                                                   Riegelsville School.
Riegelsville, Pa. - Schools      March 26   1974   Easton Area School Board rejects plant to close      Easton Express   p. 5
                                                   Riegelsville School.
Robbery                          Jan. 25    1974   Police nab 2 robbers minutes after bank hold-up.     Easton Express   p. 1, illus.
                                                   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.
Rock Show                        June 26    1974   State Theatre features Extensions, of man rock       Easton Express   p. 21
                                                   concert. Performers late, but fans wait in rain.

Roseberry-Gess House             Dec. 9     1974   Phillipsburg Area Historical Society has             Easton Express   p. 23, illus
                                                   headquarters in historic house. An account of the
                                                   house.
Roseberry-Gess House             June 24    1974   Phillipsburg Area Historical Society has             Easton Express   p. 11, illus
                                                   headquarters in historic house. An account of the
                                                   house.
Roseberry-Gess House             June 25    1974   Phillipsburg Area Historical Society has             Easton Express   p. 4, illus
                                                   headquarters in historic house. An account of the
                                                   house.
Roseto, Pa. - Automobiles        June 1     1974   Roseto holds 5th annual antique automobile           Easton Express   p. 20, illus
                                                   show.
Roseto, Pa. - Fire Dept.         Nov. 22    1974   Fire Company to mark 65th year.                      Easton Express   p. 29
Schools - Easton High School   April 17   1974   John M. Robinson to be honored.                        Easton Express   p. 13 illus.
Day
Schools - Riegelsville         March 22, 1974    Easton Area School Board rejects plan to close      Easton Express      p. 5
                               23, 26            Riegelsville school.
Schools - Shull                May 14    1974    Eight boys at Shull Junior High taught to cook and Easton Express       p. 11 illus.
                                                 sew for a 5 week period as part of their course
                                                 work in bachelor living.
Schools - Superintendents      Dec. 31    1974   Article by Dr. C. Meade Beers, Jr. on the change in Easton Express      p. 17 illus.
                                                 the school administrator's job. Article by Express
                                                 reporter, John Bonnell, on education in the area.

Schools - Teachers             April 9    1974   Easton Area School Board changes hiring policy to      Easton Express   p. 5
                                                 avoid charges of violation of an applicant's civil
                                                 rights.
Schools - Teachers             Aug. 13    1974   Charles A. DeBellis named principal of Easton          Easton Express   p. 11 illus.
                                                 Junior High School.
Schools - Teachers             Dec. 10    1974   EASD school officials to intensify recruiting of       Easton Express   p. 1
                                                 maore black teachers.
Schools - Teachers             Feb. 12    1974   Distribution of black teachers is questioned by        Easton Express   p. 5
                                                 school board.
Schools - Teachers             Jan. 29    1974   James J. Eglof, of Bucks County, elected principal     Easton Express   p. 5 illus.
                                                 of Easton Area High School.
Schools - Teachers             March 15   1974   Phillip J. Spaziani roasted.                           Easton Express   p. 5
Schools - Teachers             March 30   1974   James J. Eglof, of Bucks County elected principal of   Easton Express   p. 5 illus.
                                                 Easton Area High School.
Schools - Teachers             Nov. 22    1974   John J. Curley, teacher, principal, and                Easton Express   p. 9 illus.
                                                 administrator, to retire on January 31, 1975.
Schools - Voc-Tech             April 15   1974   Eastern Northampton County Vocational-                 Easton Express   p. 5 illus.
                                                 Technical School faces problem of overcrowding.
                                                 Many students turning to vocational education.

Schools - Voc-Tech             Nov. 21    1974   Variety of subjects taught.                            Easton Express   p. 31
Scott Park                      Nov. 15    1974   Landscaping, expansion and other improvements Easton Express         p. 21, illus
                                                  have enhanced the public park as "the point."

Senior Citizens                 April 30   1974   An account of the St. John's Lutheran Church        Easton Express   p. 15, illus
                                                  Senior Citizen Center.
Shapp, Governor Milton          Oct. 17    1974   Campaign train stopped at Bethlehem (Buchanan       Easton Express   p. 1, illus
                                                  Street).
Sher, Jack                      Aug. 30    1974   Retires.                                            Easton Express   p. 1, illus
Ship Pilot                      Aug. 31    1974   Clinton resident, John Cahill, a ship pilot, gets   Easton Express   p. 1, illus
                                                  surprise trip to Southampton, although he was
                                                  only to pilot the Queen Elizabeth out of the New
                                                  York harbor.
Shoplifting                     Aug. 23    1974   Anti-shoplifting drive to be launched September     Easton Express   p. 18
                                                  15. Sponsored by merchants group in Allentown,
                                                  Bethlehem and Easton. Named S.T.E.M. -
                                                  meaning "Shoplifters Take Everybody's Money."

Signs                           Jan. 31    1974   Projecting signs will be banned in Easton's new  Easton Express      p. 7
                                                  code.
Spaceman                        March 4    1974   "Spaceman" is found on bench in Centre Square. Easton Express        p. 5, illus
                                                  Lifesize spaceman figure was chained to bench at                     p. 7
                                                  De Ber's Garage and Service Station on Route 611
                                                  at Martin's Creek. Police returned "man" to his
                                                  rightful owner.

SPCA                            Aug. 16    1974   To build a new shelter - cost $93,500. Brief        Easton Express   p. 19
                                                  description of its work and financial set up.
SPCA                            Oct. 2     1974   To build a new shelter - cost $93,500. Brief        Easton Express   p. 15, illus
                                                  description of its work and financial set up.
Stella Dallas (Anne Matthews)   May 1      1974   Radio immortalized Stella Dallas. She had           Easton Express   p. 25, illus
                                                  restaurant, "River's Edge," in Lambertville. She
                                                  now lives in Stockton, N.J.
Streaking                       March 6    1974   Lehigh University students streak around their      Easton Express   p. 5
                                                  campus.
Streaking                        March 8    1974   Lafayette College students (male and female)          Easton Express   p. 31, illus
                                                   streaked on campus. Students from East
                                                   Stroudsburg and Lehigh join group.
Stroudsburg, Pa. - Churches      Aug. 31    1974   Stroudsburg Wesleyan Church - a history.              Easton Express   p. 6, illus
Stroudsburg, Pa. - Crime         March 15 1974     Stroudsburg lynching in 1894 recalled.                Easton Express   p. 6
Sugar Shortage                   Nov. 9, 29 1974   Sugar price hikes turn area bakers sour.              Easton Express   p. 1
                                                   Skyrocketing prices are causing prices for families
                                                   and raising prices in commercial bake stuff.

Sunshine Act                     Dec. 26    1974   Local groups not disturbed by the new act. Its        Easton Express   p. 17
                                                   effects of the community.
Synagogues - B'nai Abraham       July 23    1974   Rabbi Harold Richter leaves to accept post as         Easton Express   p. 21 illus.
                                                   Jewish Chaplain of Broward County, Florida

Taylor, George - Will            March 30   1974   Will uncovered at New York City Public Library.      Easton Express    p. 5
                                                   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.

Theaters - History               Oct. 26    1974   Managers making more money with X-rated that          Easton Express   p. 1
                                                   with family movies.
Theaters - Theatrical Designer   Oct. 15    1974   Theatrical designer, Santo Loquasto, lived in         Easton Express   p. 18, illus
                                                   Easton and attended Vanderveer School.
Tightrope Walk                   Aug. 19    1974   French tightrope daredevil (Phillipe Petit) walks     Easton Express   p. 1
                                                   across Hamilton Street.
Tocks Island                     April 11   1974   Four counties form coalition to fight Tocks.          Easton Express   p. 1
Tocks Island                     Aug. 21    1974   Byrne, Governor of New Jersey, canoes down            Easton Express   p. 1, 13, illus
                                                   Delaware River to see Tocks Island.
Tocks Island                     Aug. 26    1974   Tocks Island Regional Advisory Council, after 9       Easton Express   p. 1
                                                   years, to disband and no longer function.
Tocks Island               Aug. 28     1974   Tocks Island Regional Advisory Council, after 9      Easton Express   p. 13
                                              years, to disband and no longer function.

Tocks Island               Nov. 12     1974   U.S. Army Engineers Corp. ok's Tocks Island          Easton Express   p. 1
                                              project as still the best means of providing water
                                              supply for the region's future needs.
Tocks Island - Squatters   Feb. 27 &   1974   90 armed U.S. marshals evicted a colony of           Easton Express   p. 1, illus
                           28                 squatters from the Tocks Island area.
Tocks Island - Squatters   March 1     1974   30 squatters evicted from Tocks Island Area.         Easton Express   p. 1, illus
                                              Demand public assistance and housing.
Tourism                    May 9       1974   Northampton County Visitor's Council revitalized     Easton Express   p. 5
                                              and makes plans to attract visitors to the area.

Travel                     Dec. 17     1974   Traveling by horseback, Lynn Lloyd, of Martin's      Easton Express   p. 9, illus
                                              Creek, rode cross country and roughed it.

Truckers' Strike           April 3     1974   Easton man indicted in trucker killing.              Easton Express   p. 1
Truckers' Strike           April 4     1974   Jessie Ostrander.                                    Easton Express   p. 5, illus
Truckers' Strike           Feb. 2      1974   Truckers' slowdown causes Pa. National               Easton Express   p. 1, illus
                                              Guardsman to guard bridges and overpasses on
                                              Lehigh Valley Thruway. Violence stalks truck
                                              slowdown.
Truckers' Strike           Feb. 6      1974   Pa. Guardsman continue to deal with the              Easton Express   p. 1
                                              independent truckers' strike.
Truckers' Strike           Feb. 7      1974   Schools face heating woes in strike. Local schools   Easton Express   p. 5
                                              are faced with heating oil and gas shortages.

Truckers' Strike           Jan. 30     1974   Increasing effects on the economy and failure of     Easton Express   p. 1
                                              attempts to settle the nationwide walkout.

Truckers' Strike           Jan. 31     1974   Violence mars truckers' strike.                      Easton Express   p. 1
UFO                        May 9       1974   Express photographer, Fran Kittek, takes fake        Easton Express   p. 30, illus
                                              pictures of flying saucers.
Volunteers of America         March 28    1974   Mrs. Austin Malone, former executive director of     Easton Express   p. 29, illus
                                                 the Easton Post, honored for her many years of
                                                 service.
Warren Hospital - Addition    Aug. 29     1974   First National Bank of Northwest New Jersey          Easton Express   p. 17
                                                 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.
Washington, N.J. - Churches   June 8      1974   Mt. Pisgoh African Methodist Episcopal Church to     Easton Express   p. 16, illus
                                                 mark 100th anniversary.
Washington, N.J. - Churches   Nov. 2      1974   St. Luke's Evangelical Lutheran Church burns         Easton Express   p. 6
                                                 mortgage. Brief history.
Water - Emergency             Sept. 18,   1974   Water emergency declared in Easton. Break in         Easton Express   p. 1, illus
                              20                 water main at city filtration plant on Route 611
                                                 North.
Watergate Hearings            July 30     1974   Garner Jame Clive, former Wilson Borough             Easton Express   p. 15, illus
                                                 resident, now living in McLean, Virginia, is
                                                 associate general counsel for the House Judiciary
                                                 Committee. Seen daily on the televised hearings.

Weather - Thunderstorms       Sept. 14    1974   Storm interrupted local Friday night football        Easton Express   p. 1
                                                 games. Easton and Northeast Catholic of
                                                 Philadelphia halted at half time.
Welfare Office - Employees    Jan. 22     1974   Welfare Office employee, Rose Marie Stem, of         Easton Express   p. 5
                                                 Glendon, pleads guilty to embezzlement.
Welsh                         March 1     1974   Welsh festival held at East Stroudsburg State        Easton Express   p. 5, illus
                                                 College.
Wiley House                   Dec. 28     1974   Located 1650 Broadway built in 1895. Houses          Easton Express   p. 13, illus
                                                 disturbed children, an account of its activities.

Williams Township - Parks     April 12    1974   Supervisors of township adopted resolution to     Easton Express      p. 5
                                                 provide 90,000 for developing Williams Township
                                                 Community Park, a 29 acre site at Cider Press and
                                                 Gaffney Hill Roads
Wilson Borough - Fire Dept.     April 8     1974   Topper II given by Easton firefighters to Wilson      Easton Express   p. 6, illus
                                                   Fire Department. The original Topper was
                                                   poisoned.
Wilson Borough - Fire Dept.     Oct. 25     1974   Topper II given by Easton firefighters to Wilson      Easton Express   p. 9, illus
                                                   Fire Department. The original Topper was
                                                   poisoned.
Wilson Borough - Merger         Aug. 13     1974   Wilson rejects merger plan.                           Easton Express   p. 11
Wilson Borough - Police         May 11      1974   Renovated police facility at 21st Street and Hay      Easton Express   p. 5, illus
                                                   Terrace to hold open house.
Wilson Borough - Students       Dec. 12     1974   Wilson Area School Board officially approved          Easton Express   p. 19
                                                   corporal punishment as a means to discipline
                                                   students.
Wilson Borough - Youths         Dec. 7      1974   Youths push for a teenage center have no success      Easton Express   p. 21, illus
                                                   with school board or borough council.

Wilson Borough High School      Jan. 5      1974   New school site located in Williams Township. To Easton Express        p. 5, illus
                                                   be built within 10 years.
Wilson Borough School District - Nov. 19    1974   Demolition of Fairview Elementary School started. Easton Express       p. 1, illus
Fairview Elementary School                         Thirty signatures on a petition tried to save the
                                                   school.
Wilson Borough School District - Sept, 10   1974   An account of its activities.                     Easton Express       p. 20, illus
Philip F. Lauer Middle School

Wilson High School - Band       May 13      1974   Band wins first place at Niagra Falls International   Easton Express   p. 5, illus
                                                   band festival.
Wilson High School - Faculty    Jan. 4      1974   Hicks, Walter Ex-teacher and football coach at        Easton Express   p. 4
                                                   Wilson High School. Obituary.
Wind Gap - Churches             Aug. 3      1974   St. Mary's Episcopal Church. Built with Blue          Easton Express   p. 4, illus
                                                   Mountain stones in 1914. Brief history.
WQQQ - Radio                    March 1     1974   FM station established by WEEX. Brief account.        Easton Express   p. 47, illus
Y.W.C.A. - Cancer Center   Oct. 4     1974   Easton Y.W.C.A. to help women detect and             Easton Express   p. 16
                                             prevent cancer - a special clinic in conjunction
                                             with American Cancer Society of Northampton
                                             County.
A.B.E. Airport             April 25   1975   Groundbreaking ceremonies are held for new           Easton Express   p. 5, illus.
                                             airport.
A.B.E. Airport             Aug. 27    1975   Dedication ceremony postponed from Oct. 4 to         Easton Express   p. 15
                                             Nov. 15. Will be ready for occupancy by later
                                             date.
A.B.E. Airport             Dec. 15    1975   Fog delays first flight from the new airport.        Easton Express   p. 27
A.B.E. Airport             May 28     1975   Airport to increase rates when new terminal is       Easton Express   p. 15
                                             completed and in use.
A.B.E. Airport             Nov. 13    1975   Description of the proposed air terminal to cost     Easton Express   p. 48, illus.
                                             $11.5 million.
A.B.E. Airport             Nov. 17    1975   Dedication ceremonies. U.S. Rep. Fred B. Rooney      Easton Express   p. 1, illus.
                                             speaks on Sunday, Nov. 16.
Abortion                   Aug. 9     1975   Planned Parenthood Group backs abortion.             Easton Express   p. 17
                                             Picketed at dinner meeting at Sheraton Inn.
Aeronautics                Aug. 16    1975   An account of Edwin S. Braden and his career as      Easton Express   p. 19, illus.
                                             an airplane pilot and owner of Braden's Airport,
                                             located in Forks Township
Aging                      June 30    1975   Northampton County ok's leasing of sites to aid      Easton Express   p. 9
                                             aged. First floor of St. Joseph's Hospice, 123 N.
                                             2nd St., for a multi-service center for the senior
                                             citizens.
Allentown, PA - Museums    Nov. 24    1975   New gallery for the Allentown Art Museum.            Easton Express   p. 26, illus.
Ambulance and Emergency    June 6     1975   Ambulance and emergency corps in the Easton          Easton Express   p. 7, illus.
Corps                                        and Phillipsburg area.
Art - Galleries            June 13    1975   An account of the Frame Gallery, 129 N. Third        Easton Express   p. 12, illus.
                                             Street, owned and operated by Herbert A. Snyder.
Automobiles - Drivers     Feb. 28    1975   Driving test at State Police Headquarters is same Easton Express       p. 7, illus.
                                            as originally built in 1951.
                                            Twenty five percent of all applicants fail first time.

Babysitting               Dec. 15    1975   Visiting Nurses Association conducts 10 week mini- Easton Express      p. 34, illus.
                                            course on babysitting. Forty two students at the
                                            Porter School receive certificates.

Bakeries                  Dec. 30    1975   Schaible's Bakery of Wilson Borough sold to           Easton Express   p. 1
                                            Maier's Bakery of Reading, PA. History of the
                                            company.
Bakeries                  Dec. 31    1975   Schaible's Bakery of Wilson Borough sold to           Easton Express   p. 2
                                            Maier's Bakery of Reading, PA. History of the
                                            company.
Bakeries                  Feb. 28    1975   New York Italian Bakery established by Sam            Easton Express   p. 46
                                            Caponiella, from New York City in 1936. An
                                            account of its history.
Bakeries                  May 17     1975   New York Italian Bakery established by Sam            Easton Express   p. 26
                                            Caponiella, from New York City in 1936. An
                                            account of its history.
Bands                     Sept. 16   1975   Second annual band festival held at Cottingham        Easton Express   p. 38, illus.
                                            Stadium. "First Flag Over the United Colonies Band
                                            Festival" won by Wilson High School.

Bangor, PA - Artists      Jan. 14    1975   Bangor artist, Dennis Collier, wood carver, creates   Easton Express   p. 19, illus.
                                            religious carvings.
Bangor, PA - Centennial   June 30    1975   10-day celebration, June 18-28 concludes with         Easton Express   p. 1, illus.
                                            parade on Saturday.
Bangor, PA - Education    Sept. 6    1975   Teachers go on strike and parents are angry.          Easton Express   P. 1.
Banks                     Sept. 24   1975   Easton National Bank and Trust Company opens a        Easton Express   p. 14, illus.
                                            branch in the Easton Parking Garage building.
Banks                          Sept. 24    1975   Easton National Bank and Trust Company opens a Easton Express           p. 14, illus.
                                                  branch in the Easton Parking Garage building.

Barnahite Fathers              May 10,     1975   Barnahite Fathers honor the late Dr. Frank J.          Easton Express   p. 23, illus.
                               1975.              Augello, who initiated the order in the Lehigh
                                                  Valley in 1973.
Bath, - artist.                April 25    1975   Donald E. Johnson, Bath artist, paints a portrait of   Easton Express   pg. 1, illus.
                                                  President Gerald Ford.
Bath, -Artist.                 Jan. 6      1975   Donald E. Johnson, Bath artist, paints a portrait of   Easton Express   pg. 19, illus.
                                                  President Gerald Ford.
Beauty Contests                Aug. 25     1975   Nancy Breisch, a senior at Bethlehem Liberty High      Easton Express   p. 6, illus.
                                                  School, is crowned Northampton County Junior
                                                  Miss for 1976.
Beauty Contests - Miss Black   Feb. 6      1975   Easton's Miss Black Teen Age is crowned. She is        Easton Express   p. 28.
Teen - Age.                                       Tanya Griffin, a 17 year old Easton High School
                                                  student.
Beebe, Helen H.                March 11, 1975     Speech Clinic.                                         Easton Express   p. 28, illus.
                               1975.
Bell - Easton's Liberty.       Feb. 28   1975      The Liberty Bell of Northampton County was rung Easton Express         p. 47.
                                                  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.

Bell - Easton's Liberty.       Sept. 24,   1975   Trek of Liberty Bell re-enacted. Ceremonies held       Easton Express   p. 2, illus.
                               1975               near where Route 412 seperates Northampton
                                                  and Bucks Counties.
Bethlehem Township, PA         July 16     1975   Votes to keep Bicentennial Seal. There had been        Easton Express   p. 23, illus.
                                                  criticism of cross as a symbol.
Bethlehem Township, PA         March 13    1975   Township's official seal not acceptable to all         Easton Express   p. 17
                                                  residents due to use of religious seal. Artist,
                                                  Wilmer C. Behler, willing to change it.
Bethlehem Township, PA          March 18    1975   Township's official seal not acceptable to all     Easton Express   p. 13, illus
                                                   residents due to use of religious seal. Artist,
                                                   Wilmer C. Behler, willing to change it.
Bethlehem Township, PA -        Sept. 16,   1975   Township manager, Hugh Williams, given full        Easton Express   p. 21, illus.
Officials                       1975               backing by township commissioners after learning
                                                   he had a criminal record.
Bethlehem Township, PA - Seal March 11, 1975       Religious unit, clergy protest the use of a        Easton Express   p. 13
                              1975                 crucifixion seal.
Bethlehem Township, PA - Seal March 3, 1975        Seal chosen from 33 entries in the contest. Won    Easton Express   p. 11, illus.
                              1975                 by Wilmer G. Behler, Hanover Township, because
                                                   it best depicts township life, past and present.
                                                   Description and meaning of each design.

Bethlehem Township, PA -        March 13    1975   Many residents find fault with the four ward plan. Easton Express   p. 17
Wards
Bethlehem Township, PA -        March 25    1975   Many residents find fault with four ward plan.     Easton Express   p. 15
Wards
Bicentennial - Christmas Card   Nov. 26     1975   Christmas card of 1776 showing Courthouse in       Express          p. 80, illus.
                                                   Centre Square. Designed by Dita Daub.
Bicentennial - Christmas Card   Nov. 26     1975   Proceeds from a Christmas card designed by Dita    Express          p. 1, illus.
                                                   Daub will go toward Bicentennial projects.

Bicentennial - Dinner           March 12    1975   Northampton County Bicentennial dinner, held at Express             p. 13, illus.
                                                   Holiday Inn East, is attended by workers and
                                                   county officials.
Bicycling                       Nov. 3      1975   Warren Wheelman, a newly -established bicycle Express               p. 36, illus.
                                                   club, rides from Phillipsburg to Riegelsville.

Boyer, E. Albert "Piffy"        Oct. 13     1975   Former Democratic county sheriff and               Express          p. 23, illus.
                                                   Commissioner of Northamption County dies.
Braden's Flying Service   Feb. 28   1975   Braden's Flying Service was established in 1934. Express            p. 46
                                           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

Bridges, Delaware         Aug. 5    1975   Phillipsburg wants bridge to be painted red, white, Express         p. 13
                                           and blue to commemorate the Bicentennial year.

Bridges, Delaware         Dec. 5    1975   Toll bridge repair job finished. Created a         Express          p. 1
                                           bottleneck for 3 months for motorists.
Bridges, Delaware         June 26   1975   Toll bridge to be resurfaced by Bath firm Joseph   Express          p. 14
                                           Ciccone & Sons (low bidder) for $14,326.

Bridges, Delaware         Nov. 4    1975   Delaware River Joint Toll Bridge Commission toll   Express          p. 9, illus.
                                           collectors sport new outfits complete with
                                           Bicentennial patch.
Burglary                  May 10    1975   Mother sues city of Easton for $21 million in      Easton Express   p. 17
                                           damage suit in death of son., Robert Strickland.

Bus Terminals             Aug. 1    1975   Bus terminal located at new home - Hotel Easton    Express          p. 17

Bus Terminals             Aug. 30   1975   Bus terminal located a new home at Hotel Easton Express             p. 19

Bus Terminals             July 1    1975   Bus terminal to move from Bushkill Street at end   Express          p. 15
                                           of month after 29 years of service. DIG suggests
                                           that the 5 bus lines temporarily use parking
                                           garage at 3rd and Ferry Streets.
Bus Terminals             July 2    1975   Scheduled to close, Easton Bus Terminal has an     Express          p. 17
                                           extension to remain open for 30 days. A
                                           relocation site is to be found.
Bus Terminals             July 28   1975   Bus terminal located at new home - Hotel Easton    Express          p. 17
Bus Terminals                July 9     1975   Mohican Market on 4th Street, now empty, is        Express        p. 13
                                               rejected as possible bus terminal.
Bus Terminals                June 21    1975   Mohican Market on 4th Street, now empty, is        Express        p. 1
                                               looked at for possible bus terminal
Bus Terminals                June 3     1975   Bus terminal to move from Bushkill Street at end   Express        p. 19
                                               of month after 29 years of service. DIG suggests
                                               that the 5 bus lines temporarily use parking
                                               garage at 3rd and Ferry Streets.
Bus Terminals                June 30    1975   Scheduled to close, Easton Bus Terminal has an     Express        p. 9
                                               extension to remain open for 30 days. A
                                               relocation site is to be found.
Bus Terminals                March 12   1975   Lanta eyes joint bus terminal in downtown Easton   Express        p. 13

Bus Terminals                May 14     1975   Lanta seeks a bus terminal. To apply for Federal   Express        p. 18
                                               funds.
Bus Terminals                Sept. 3    1975   Bus terminal located at new home - Hotel Easton    Express        p. 15, illus.

Bus Transportation           March 12   1975   LANTA proposes linking Slate Belt communities      Express        p. 1
                                               and opening a bus route between the northerly
                                               reaches of Northampton County and Easton

Bus Transportation - Fares   April 9    1975   LANTA cuts fare by 10 cents from 45 to 35 cents.   Express        p. 1
                                               Transfers are increased from 2 to 5 cents.

Business - Banks             Jan. 9     1975   Valley Federal Savings female employees wear    Easton Express    p. 34 illus.
                                               red, white, and blue office apparel in honor of
                                               nation's bicentennial.
Business - Banks             May 10     1975   Lafayette Bank opens branch in Wilson Bourough Easton Express     p. 33
                                               at Butler St. and Freemansburg Ave.

Business - Banks             May 13     1975   Lafayette Bank opens branch in Wilson Borough at Easton Express   p. 28 illus.
                                               Butler St. and Freemansburg Ave. on May 12.
Business - Banks             May 9     1975   Lafayette Bank branch at Butler and                 Easton Express   p. 5
                                              Freemansburg. Ad.
Business - Bethlehem         Nov. 12   1975   Bethlehem City Council favors the incorporation     Easton Express   p. 15
                                              of all of Bethlehem into Northampton County.
                                              Four western wards lie in Lehigh County.

Business - Binney & Smith    Aug. 22   1975   Forks Township planning commission granted          Easton Express   p. 1
                                              approval for the site plan for the proposed $2
                                              million Binney & Smith office building.

Business - Binney & Smith    July 22   1975   Binney & Smith may move New York office to          Easton Express   p. 1
                                              Forks Township. To be a $2 million facility and
                                              employ 125 persons.
Business - Binney & Smith    July 25   1975   Mayor Ashton refuses services to company            Easton Express   p. 15
                                              because of water and sewage treatment.
Business - Binney & Smith    Oct. 3    1975   Binney & Smith to break ground in Forks             Easton Express   p. 1 illus.
                                              Township. 50,000 square foot office building to
                                              be built. To add 125 salaried jobs. West of
                                              Kesslerville Road near Church Lane.

Business - Bixler's          Nov. 8    1975   Bixler's Jewelry Store celebrates its 190th         Easton Express   p. 26
                                              anniversary. Full page advertisement of history
                                              and pictures.
Business - Cement Industry   Aug. 30   1975   Hercules Cement Company. Brief history.             Easton Express   p. 38
Business - Drugs             Aug. 16   1975   Hoffman-LaRoche, Inc. Belvedere firm is th          Easton Express   p. 34 illus.
                                              eworld's largest producer of vitamin C and other
                                              drugs.
Business - Easton Car and    Dec. 22   1975   Easton Car and Constuction Co., Glendon has         Easton Express   p. 13
Construction                                  become a wholly owned subsidiary of Mass
                                              Transit Systems Corporation of Philadelphia. Firm
                                              formed after the Ernst Weiner Company went
                                              bankrupt in 1913.
Business - Food Industry      Dec. 13    1975   Easton Packing Company, 16th and Lehigh Streets Easton Express        p. 45 illus.
                                                is a small retail meat outlet. An account of the
                                                businesss.
Business - Food Stores        April 10   1975   Best Market - Vacant store at 5th and               Easton Express    p. 13
                                                Northampton Streets untenanted for 15 years
                                                gets a paint job - but still and eyesore.
Business - Food Stores        Dec. 20    1975   Raymond Bartolacci, president of Laneco, Inc. An Easton Express       p. 42 illus.
                                                account of his business deals in the food business.
                                                Map of the location of all stores.

Business - Food Stores        Feb. 26    1975   Co-op Super Market, 225 Cattell St. purchased by Easton Express       p. 21
                                                Arnold Falk.
Business - Food Stores        June 7     1975   Best Market, untenanted for years, still an      Easton Express       p. 4 illus.
                                                eyesore.
Business - Food Stores        May 3      1975   Joe's Market, 23 S. Northampton St., a family    Easton Express       p. 40 illus.
                                                affair for 25 years. Specialty - sandwiches.

Business - Food Stores        Nov. 6     1975   Laneco, Inc. to take over Forks Township Falk's      Easton Express   p. 1
                                                store.
Business - Freight Lines      Feb. 28    1975   Frick Transfer, Inc. opened in 1924 by Leslie C. and Easton Express   p. 45 illus.
                                                Carrie M. Frick. Original business was hauling
                                                baggage for the Pennsylvania Railroad. At that
                                                time, employed 2 persons and 1 truck.

Business - Furniture Stores   Feb. 28    1975   Ford Furniture Store located in Washington, New Easton Express        p. 53
                                                Jersey opened it doors in 1891 - still managed by
                                                the same family ownership of 3 generations.

Business - Glass Industry     March 10   1975   Bushkill Glass Works, 1046 Pine St. badly damaged Easton Express      p. 17
                                                by fire.
Business - Hardware Stores    April 17   1975   Bennet's Hardware Store, grand opening at new Easton Express          p. 18 illus.
                                                location, 126 Bushkill Street.
Business - Health Stores      Feb. 27    1975   Nature's Way, new health store, located on        Express             p. 30, illus.
                                                Northampton St. across from Hotel Easton
Business - Hobby Stores            Nov. 29    1975   Hobby Hangout store at 431 Northampton St.      Express                p. 45
                                                     owned by James Emery who was been in business
                                                     for 30 years. Account of the store.
Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc.   Aug. 18    1975   Seipsville Hotel to be reopened under new name Easton Express          p. 19 illus.
                                                     and new management. To be called Seipsville Rib
                                                     House by its new owner, Peter Seip.

Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc.   Dec. 11    1975   Middle East Restaurant located north on Route       Easton Express     p. 23 illus.
                                                     611, was formerly the Del Chalet and the Golden
                                                     Ox. An account of the food and entertainment.

Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc.   Feb. 3     1975   McDonald's restaurant opens at South Third          Easton Express     p. 17 illus.
                                                     Street and Riverside Drive.
Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc.   Jan. 27    1975   Court House Hotel located at 683 Walnut St.         Easton Express     p. 1, p. 19
                                                     damaged by fire.
Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc.   Jan. 6     1975   Wolslayer, Frank. Former treasurer and director     Easton Express     p. 10
                                                     of Hotel Easton. Obituary.
Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc.   June 18    1975   Stockton Inn, Hunterdon County, N.J. Owned and      Easton Express     p. 9 illus.
                                                     operated by Colligan Family since 1914. Inn now
                                                     250 years old.
Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc.   Oct. 21    1975   Shaffer Hotel, Palmer Township, closes its doors.   Easton Express     p. 8 illus.

Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc.   Sept. 12   1975   Pizza Como restaurant in Phillipsburg blasted by a Easton Express      p. 1
                                                     bomb, July 31.
Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc.   Sept. 8    1975   Pavilion Restaurant in Harmony Township, N.J.,        Easton Express   p. 14 illus.
                                                     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.

Business - Insurance               March 18   1975   Kressler, Wolff, and Miller insurance firm robbed Easton Express       p. 13
                                                     of $693 during an afternoon holdup.
Business - Iron Industry           March 22   1975   Easton Iron and Metal Company, located at 1110 Easton Express          p. 33 illus.
                                                     Bushkill Drive, operates a shearer machine which
                                                     cuts and crushes junk cars.
Business - Lawyers             Oct. 18    1975   African American lawyer breaks tradition in           Express          p. 17
                                                 Northampton Co. Tony W. Penn of Forks
                                                 Township is admitted to County Bar as first African
                                                 American lawyer.
Business - Lehigh Inc.         Feb. 28    1975   Started in 1927 with 50 employees. Now owned          Easton Express   p. 64
                                                 by Victaulic, Inc. as of 1966
Business - Losey & Co.         Feb. 28    1975   Originated from a local blacksmith business           Express          p. 49, illus.
                                                 founded by Edmund Losey in 1865. Expanded to
                                                 industrial supplies under the leadership of Arthur
                                                 A. Kreitz.
Business - Lumber Trade        Dec. 15    1975   Bicentennial plate of Forks Township presented to     Express          p. 15, illus.
                                                 the widow of William B. Eisenhardt

Business - Lumber trade        Nov. 17    1975   Eisenhardt Mills, Inc. Fire damages a 2-story         Express          p. 1, illus.
                                                 building. Firm produces custom millwork and
                                                 cabinetry and architectural millwork.
Business - Lumber trade        Nov. 19    1975   Eisenhardt Mills, Inc. Fire damages a 2-story         Express          p. 15
                                                 building. Firm produces custom millwork and
                                                 cabinetry and architectural millwork.
Business - Lumber Trade        Sept. 17   1975   Obituary of William B. Eisenhardt, owner of           Express          p. 1, illus.
                                                 Eisenhardt Mills, Inc., Forks Township. He was an
                                                 artist in wood.
Business - Mack Printing Co.   Jan. 25    1975   Obituary of Mrs. Harvey F. Mack, owner and            Express          p. 1, illus.
                                                 chairman of board of Mack Printing Co. Brief
                                                 history of company.
Business - Martin Guitar Co.   March 15   1975   Nazareth firm employs assembly line production        Express          p. 42, illus.
                                                 combined with handcrafting
Business - Music & Musicians   Feb. 18    1975   Obituary of Earl D. Held, musician and                Express          p. 6, illus.
                                                 bandmaster. He was organizer of the famous all-
                                                 girl band in 1935. Brief account of his career.

Business - Orr's Department    Nov. 22    1975   Fire in neon sign causes $1,000. damage               Express          p. 17, illus.
Store
Business - Pfizer & Co.          Aug. 21    1975   Contributes specially produced graphite            Express           p. 45, illus.
                                                   concentric sleeves for the Viking spacecraft to
                                                   Mars.
Business - Piano Industry        April 15   1975   An account of Cornish ragtime piano owned by       Express           p. 5, illus.
                                                   Charlie Young, an old-time piano player.
Business - Plants/Flowers        Feb. 6     1975   A plant boutique, The Bloom Room, opens at 247     Express           p. 13, illus.
                                                   1/2 Northampton St.
Business - Real Estate           April 17   1975   Grand opening of Paul Ford Real Estate Agency,     Express           p. 18, illus.
                                                   Inc. at new location, 126 Bushkill St.
Business - Shop Equipment        May 10     1975   Equipto Manufacturing plant at Tatamy Industries   Express           p. 34
                                                   manufactures top line steel storage and shop
                                                   equipment
Business - Shopping Malls        Oct. 9     1975   Easton Mall South to be developed by Chartier      Express           p. 1, illus.
                                                   Ass. Located on tract south of Ferry Street and
                                                   East of South Third St.
Business - Slate Industry        May 27     1975   Account and pictures of slate quarry; Anthony      Express           p. 17, illus.
                                                   Dally and Sons at Pen Argyl
Business - Tailors               April 8    1975   Obituary of Louis Snyder, Easton tailor for 60     Express
                                                   years
Business - Taylor-Wharton Co.    Feb. 28    1975   Founded in 1742. Is oldest company in continuous   Express           p. 52
                                                   manufacturing in the US
Business - Woodcarving           Jan. 14    1975   Dennis Collier of Bangor. An account of his work   Express           p. 19, illus.

Businesses - J. T. Baker Chemical March 8   1975   Water treatment plant is part of Baker's pollution Easton Express    p. 34, illus.
Company                                            control program which purifies more than 3
                                                   million gallons.
Businesses - J. T. Baker Chemical Nov. 14   1975   J. T. Baker Chemical Co. strats construction of     Easton Express   p. 12
Company                                            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
Canals and canaling        Feb. 11    1975   Canal City film showing Easton as a canal town to Express             p. 13
                                             be viewed by public at Sheraton-Easton Inn on
                                             Feb. 13
Canals and canaling        Feb. 14    1975   Canal City film showing Easton as a canal town    Express             p. 17
                                             viewed by public at Sheraton-Easton Inn on Feb 13

Candle (Centre Square)     Oct. 17    1975   Peace Candle not to glow during holiday season       Express          p. 1
                                             due to work on Centre Square beautification
                                             project
Catholics                  April 2    1975   Pope Paul VI honors Rev. Robert M. Forst of St.      Express          p. 5, illus.
                                             Anthonys, Rev. Francis X. Connolly of St. Bernards
                                             and William E. Danjczek
Cemeteries                 March 25   1975   Survey made of cemeteries and cost of plots in       Express          p. 10
                                             Easton area
Central Railroad - Depot   Jan. 8     1975   88 year old abandoned passenger station              Easton Express   p. 1
                                             destroyed by fire. Located at South 4th and
                                             Washington Streets.
Central Railroad - Depot   Sept. 17   1975   88 year old abandoned passenger station              Easton Express   p. 14, illus
                                             destroyed by fire. Located at South 4th and
                                             Washington Streets.
Central Railroad - Depot   Sept. 2    1975   88 year old abandoned passenger station              Easton Express   p. 1, illus
                                             destroyed by fire. Located at South 4th and
                                             Washington Streets.
Central Railroad - Depot   Sept. 3    1975   88 year old abandoned passenger station              Easton Express   p. 15
                                             destroyed by fire. Located at South 4th and
                                             Washington Streets.
Centre Square              April 9    1975   Beautification plan began April 9, 1975              Express          p. 18
Centre Square              Dec. 18    1975   Centre Square has undergone a complete               Express          p. 1, illus.
                                             overhauling and is now more spacious, has brick
                                             walkways, fountains - all to emphasize Easton's
                                             colonial heritage.
Centre Square              Dec. 20    1975   Dedication ceremonies commemorating                  Express          p. 1, illus.
                                             beautification of the area.
Centre Square                 Jan. 23    1975   Easton City Council approves a beautification plan Express               p. 11, illus.
                                                for Centre Square at a cost of $300,000

Centre Square                 July 29    1975   Newly-electric streets installed as part of square's    Express          p. 20, illus.
                                                beautification plan.
Centre Square                 March 20   1975   Facelifting to start in April. Beautification to cost   Express          p. 16
                                                $300,000. An account of the plan.
Centre Square                 May 10     1975   Easton Area Board of Realtors donates a 900-            Express          p. 10
                                                pound concrete game table with checkerboard
                                                top. Also 400-pound benches.
Centre Square - Market        June 16    1975   Progress reduces the number of farm stands at           Express          p. 18, illus.
                                                the Circle
Chamber of Commerce, Easton May 6        1975   200 attended annual dinner at Sheraton Motor            Express          p. 17, illus.
                                                Inn. TV celebrity David Frost was guest speaker.

Children's Aid Society,       Feb. 5     1975   Northampton County Childrens' Aid Society to            Express          p. 13
Northampton Co.                                 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
Churches - Baptist            Dec. 24    1975   Shiloh Baptist Church - History                         Easton Express   p. 15
Churches - Baptist            Jan. 25    1975   Shiloh Baptist Church                                   Easton Express   p. 7
Churches - Episcopal          Dec. 8     1975   Episcopal diocesan convention held in Easton,           Easton Express   p. 16 illus.
                                                Saturday and Sunday. 325 delegates from 60
                                                parishes attended 104th convention held at St.
                                                John's Lutheran Church, 4th and Ferry Sts., Easton.

Churches - Episcopal          Feb. 8     1975   Woman Episcopal minister speaks at Trinity         Easton Express        p. 7
                                                Episcopal. The Rev. Carter Hayward, one of 11
                                                women ordained last summer.
Churches - Jehovah's Witnesses June 26   1975   Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey        Easton Express        p. 13
                                                Jehovah's Witnesses hold a 4 day district assembly
                                                at Allentown Fairgrounds.
Churches - Lutheran - Arndt's    Sept. 8    1975   Arndt's Church in Forks Township to dedicate a    Easton Express     p. 20
                                                   flagpole as part of Bicentennial plans, on Sunday
                                                   September 14.
Churches - Moravian              April 26   1975   Moravian Church of Palmer Township                Express            p. 19
                                                   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.

Churches - Presbyterian          Feb. 11    1975   Rev. Harry H. Maue, minister to Olivet             Express           p. 13
                                                   Presbyterian Church for 24 years, to resign and to
                                                   run for mayor post
Churches - Presbyterian          Feb. 3     1975   Rev. Harry H. Maue, minister at Olivet             Express           p. 17, illus.
                                                   Presbyterian Church for 24 years, to resdign and
                                                   to run for mayor post
Churches - Presbyterian          Jan. 22    1975   Rev. Elizabeth Beck was a woman minister at        Express           p. 16, illus.
                                                   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

Churches - St. Anthony's         July 28    1975   St. Anthony's Youth Center located at 901          Easton Express    p. 6 illus.
                                                   Washington St. An account of its activities.
Churches - St. Bernard's         May 12     1975   Msgr. Francis X. Connolly, pastor of St. Bernard's Easton Express    p. 13 illus.
                                                   and administrator of St. Michael's designated as a
                                                   monsignor. Both churches celebrated his
                                                   elevation.
Churches - St. Jane Frances de   June 18    1975   Father James A. Farrell, obiturary.                Easton Express    p. 1 illus.
Chantal
Churches - St. Jane Frances de   May 24     1975   Father James A. Farrell retires after 47 years of   Easton Express   p. 6
Chantal                                            service.
Churches - St. Joseph            April 12   1975   St. Joseph's Catholic Church Paschal candle, 7 feet Easton Express   p. 10 illus.
                                                   high made by parishioners for the Easter vigil.
Clean Up Campaign   Nov. 21   1975   Joseph Grollman and Fred williams, local             Express         illus.
                                     businessmen, and other volunteers paint and fix
                                     up vacant store rooms in downtown Easton.

Clerks, retail      Jan. 15   1975   Strike of retail clerks closes 40 Lehigh Valley chain Express        p. 13
                                     food markets and idled 850 union workers

Clinton, NJ         Jan. 29   1975   Clinton Music Hall theater to be sold to Scott       Express         p. 30
                                     Ward Enterprises which plans to restore the
                                     premises and present live theater.

Clinton, NJ         Sept. 3   1975   Clinton, NJ, Correctional Institution for Women      Express         p. 11, illus.
                                     inmates work toward new lives and skills

Clothing Stores     Aug. 21   1975   Sigal, William C.                                    Express-Times   p. 1, illus.
                                     Owner of Sigal & Sons, women's clothing store:
                                     obituary.
Clothing Stores     Aug. 22   1975   Sigal, William C.                                    Express-Times
                                     Obituary -- owner of Sigal's Store. City leaders pay
                                     tribute.
Clothing Stores     Feb. 1    1975   Joseph's Men's Furnishings, 222 Northampton          Express-Times   p. 33, illus.
                                     Street, remodeled after October fire. The 46 year
                                     old store suffered considerable damage.

Clothing Stores     Feb. 27   1975   Spring Garden Exchange: a new children's clothing                    p. 31, illus.
                                     store on Spring Garden St.
Clothing Stores     Sept. 6   1975   New York Tailors.                                 Express-Times      p. 34, illus.
                                     Men's clothing store, 407 Northampton Street,
                                     sells clothing to celebrities.
Clothing Trade      Jan. 25   1975   Valerie Fashions                                  Express-Times      p. 28, illus.
                                     Account of the blouse and sportswear apparel
                                     factory. Located in Wind Gap.
Clubs - Kiwanis               1975   Easton club establishes unit in Palmer Township. Easton Express      P. 20
Clubs - Kiwanis                 May 17     1975   Easton Club in Palmer Township charted May 16       Easton Express   P. 26

Clubs - League of Women         May 17     1975   Voter's guide prepared by members each year         Easton Express   P. 26 Illus.
Voters
Clubs - Wilson Democratic       July 21    1975   Observes 50th year anniversary                      Easton Express   P. 18
Committee of Observation and    Jan. 8     1975   The minutes are housed at Kirby House, Lafayette    Easton Express   P. 6 Illus.
Inspection for Northampton                        College. Brief history of the committee and its
County                                            functions
Connolly, Msgr. Francis X.      May 12     1975   Pastor of St. Bernard's and administrator of St.    Easton Express   P. 13 Illus.
                                                  Michael's designated as a monsignor. Both
                                                  churches celebrated his elevation
Court House - New - Expansion   July 30    1975   Construction works causes an unplanned blast,       Easton Express   P. 23 Illus.
                                                  causing stones to be hurled thru the court house
                                                  office windows.
Court House - New -Expansion    March 14   1975   Easton City Council has voted to commit $275,000    Easton Express   P. 18 Illus.
                                                  in federal Community Development Fund.

Court House -Replica            Feb. 15    1975   Northampton County Courthouse replica built by      Easton Express   P. 23 Illus.
                                                  Vo-Tech students.
Credit Rating                   May 21     1975   Moody's Investor Service withdraws as of January,   Easton Express   P. 15
                                                  the rating for Easton. An account of city's bonds
                                                  and debts.
Crime - Easton, PA              April 26   1975   Crime wave in full flower at 5th Street area,       Easton Express   p. 1
                                                  including muggings and robberies.
Crime - Easton, PA              Jan. 21    1975   Crimes increased in Easton during 1974.             Easton Express   p. 19
Crime -Drugs                    Oct. 18    1975   Palmer Township Police plan drug data campaign.     Easton Express   p. 17, illus.
                                                  They will talk to groups of people and distribute
                                                  literature.
Delaware River - Rafting        May 29     1975   Raft race, starting from Smithfield Beach near      Express          p. 41, illus.
                                                  Shawnee to finish line at Martin's Creek

Denenberg, Herbert              Feb. 28    1975   Former PA insurance commissioner speaks out         Express          p. 1 & 5,
                                                  when interviewed by Express reporter                                 illus.
Department Stores          April 12   1975   Wyckoff, A.B., Inc.: Expands services. Started   Easton Express   p. 34, illus.
                                             1850 in Stroudsburg. History of the department
                                             store.
Department Stores          Aug. 18    1975   Falks Department Store in Palmer Township to     Easton Express   p. 13
                                             reopen on November 1, as a new merchandise
                                             operation which will include a Shopwell food
                                             store.
Department Stores          Nov. 14    1975   Falk's store chain comes to end. Store chain     Easton Express   p. 1
                                             launched in 1942 by Oscar Falk.
Department Stores          Oct. 3     1975   Shop-Well markets take over Palmer Township's    Easton Express   p. 17, illus.
                                             Falk Store at William Penn Highway and Stones
                                             Crossing.
Department Stores          Sept. 16   1975   Falk's store chain comes to end. Store chain     Easton Express   p. 1
                                             launched in 1942 by Oscar Falk.
District Attorneys         Nov. 26    1975   Jack Gallagher is new district attorney for      Express          p. 31
                                             Northampton County
Doctors                    April 30   1975   Dr. Barbara DiSalvo was honored by Wilson Girl   Easton Express   p. 13, illus.
                                             Scount Troop #446 for her work with city baby
                                             clinic.
Doctors                    Jan. 15    1975   Obituary for Dr. Frank Augello, Podiatrist.      Easton Express   p. 18
Doctors                    June 3     1975   Doctors in Easton decide against a medical       Easton Express   p. 1
                                             slowdown because of malpractice insurance.

Dorney Park                June 27    1975   Bombah contest held at park                      Express          p. 9, illus.
Downtown Improvement Group Dec. 22    1975   New director Elizabeth B. John was former        Express          p. 13
(DIG)                                        promotional director for the Bethlehem Plaza
                                             Mall. Will replace Philip J. Levine
Downtown Improvement Group Jan. 10    1975   DIG chief may run parking garage                 Express          p. 15
(DIG)
Downtown Improvement Group Jan. 22    1975   DIG chief may run parking garage                 Express          p. 11
(DIG)
Downtown Improvement Group May 20     1975   DIG honors George S. Chartier (Sheraton Motor    Express          p. 15, illus.
(DIG)                                        Inn) and Fred A. Williams (Gas Station) on
                                             Riverside Plaza
Drinking                     May 3      1975   Teenagers find drinking in Phillipsburg can mean Express             p. 31, illus.
                                               night in jail
Easton Area Public Library   May 27     1975     Library contingency fund no hidden asset, as   Easton Express      P. 4
                                               asserted by Supt. Beers.
                                                 Letter to editor of Express by library board
                                               treasurer, L E. Hammond.
Easton Area Public Library   Jan. 27    1975    As a district center, The Easton Library has    Easton Express      P. 20
 Borrowing                                     entered into reciprocal borrowing agreements on
                                               Feb. 3 with the 5 libraries in the district.

Easton Armory                June 5     1975   Easton armory task force says effort is in vain.    Easton Express   p. 15
                                               Efforts to gain structure from the state have
                                               failed.
Easton Armory                March 15   1975   Plan for acquiring armory as a community center     Easton Express   p. 21
                                               is lagging.
Easton Armory                May 28     1975   City likely to receive armory from state.           Easton Express   p. 14
Easton Express               March 25   1975   First newspaper in U.S. to receive and use a        Easton Express
                                               production model of Assoc. Press. "Lasserphoto"
                                               transmitting and receiving system.

Easton Express - Special     April 12   1975   To celebrate International Want Ad Week April 13-   Easton Express   p. 1
Features                                       20 free "want ads" to be accepted from
                                               unemployed persons.
Easton Express - Special     July 3     1975   Uses Easton Flag and U.S. Flag in color on          Easton Express
Features                                       Masthead starting July 1, 1976.
Easton Free Press            Aug. 30    1975   Free Press sold to Express on Sept. 30. To be       Express          p. 38
                                               independent of Express - to be a weekly paper for
                                               the Phillipsburg area.
Easton Hospital - Addition   Aug. 28,   1975   Project committee of the Eastern Pa.                Easton Express   p. 1
                             Nov. 14           Comprehensive Health Planning Board (CHPB)
                                               refused to recommend a proposed $7.5 million 83
                                               bed addition to Easton Hospital.
Easton Hospital - Addition      Sept. 29   1975   Project committee of the Eastern Pa.            Easton Express       p. 21, illus
                                                  Comprehensive Health Planning Board (CHPB)
                                                  refused to recommend a proposed $7.5 million 83
                                                  bed addition to Easton Hospital.

Easton Hospital - Chaplains'    Jan. 30    1975   Chaplains' program at Easton Hospital to be        Easton Express    p. 16, illus
Program                                           revitalized by 21 local ministers.
Easton Hospital - Emergency     Aug. 30    1975   Emergency room care under criticism.               Easton Express    p. 1
Room
Easton Hospital - Hours         May 10     1975   Emergency ban lifted. Had been overcrowded.        Easton Express    p. 17

Easton Hospital - Malpractice   May 13     1975   Judge Grifo rules that Easton Hospital is defendant Easton Express   p. 2
                                                  in malpractice suit.
Easton Hospital - Trustees      Aug. 23    1975   Board of trustees opposes slate belt plan. That a Easton Express     p1
                                                  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.
Easton Hospital school of       May 17     1975   The 68th class closes the school of nursing.        Easton Express   p.14
nursing                                           Brief account of the end of an era.
Easton Hospital-School          nov.14     1975   Expands its role as a teaching facility.It has      Easton Express   p.1
                                                  agreements with area colleges to send student
                                                  nurses for training. Northampton Area Community
                                                  College, East Stroudsburg State College and Cedar
                                                  Crest college.
Easton Parking Authority        July 1     1975   Cedes parking garage control to the city to         Easton Express   p. 15
                                                  operate.
Easton Parking Authority        July 10    1975   Cedes parking garage control to the city to         Easton Express   p. 9
                                                  operate.
Easton Parking Authority        June 26    1975   Wants to get rid of the downtown Parking Garage - Easton Express     p. 13
                                                  wants the city to run it.
Easton Schoolmen's Association April 19    1975   Awards citizenship honors to Palmer Police Chief, Easton Express     p. 19, illus
                                                  Nick Di Vietro and Mrs. Sandra Strausser.
Easton, City of -                  July 22    1975   South 6th Street residents complain of noise, dirt,   Express   p. 9
Redevelopment                                        loss of home and dangerous trenches and exposed
                                                     gas pipes.
Easton, City of - Employees        May 27     1975   Edward K. Lucey, Easton city controller for 14        Express   p. 1
                                                     years, defeated for reelection by 8 votes.
Easton, City of - Fire             Dec. 16    1975   33-year-old hook and ladder to be sold at public      Express   p. 21, illus.
Department - Equipment                               auction
Easton, City of - Fire             May 13     1975   City fireman, Michael Masterson, suspended by         Express   p. 12
Department - Firemen                                 Mayor Ashton for displaying a political sticker on
                                                     his car while parked on city parking grounds.

Easton, City of - Mayors           Jan. 10    1975   Mrs. Tinker-Vitelli, first woman candidate for        Express   p. 15, illus.
                                                     mayor, files as a Democrat
Easton, City of - Police Dept. -   Feb. 20    1975   Police chief John Young asked all policemen (56       Express   p. 1
Discipline                                           men) to trim down their weight. Limit - 3 pounds
                                                     for every inch of height.
Easton, City of - Police Dept. -   Dec. 31    1975   Thanksgiving Day football game to continue to use     Express   p. 21
Dogs                                                 police dogs
Easton, City of - Police Dept. -   April 15   1975   Easton policeman John Harman and Mayor Ashton         Express   p. 2
Employees                                            have controversy over political sticker on
                                                     Harman's car when it is parked on city property.

Easton, City of - Police Dept. -   April 21   1975   Easton policeman John Harman and Mayor Ashton Express           p. 11
Employees                                            have controversy over political sticker on
                                                     Harman's car when it is parked on city property

Easton, City of - Police Dept. -   Jan. 31    1975   Mayor Ashton disapproves of the bumper sticker Express          p. 17
Employees                                            for councilman James Masterson on patrolman
                                                     John Harman's car
Easton, City of - Police Dept. -   June 27    1975   Easton policeman John Harman and Mayor Ashton Express           p. 13
Employees                                            have controversy over political sticker on
                                                     Harman's car when it is parked on city property
Easton, City of - Police Dept. -   Sept. 20   1975   Easton policeman John Harman and Mayor Ashton Express           p. 1
Employees                                            have controversy over political sticker on
                                                     Harman's car when it is parked on city property

Easton, City of - Police Dept. -   Jan. 14    1975   Mrs. Strickland sues Easton for $20 million. Files Express      p. 1
Strickland Case                                      suit in federal court claiming police shot and killed
                                                     her son Robert because he was African American.

Easton, City of - Police Dept. -   Jan. 3     1975   Police fined month's pay in coverup in Strickland     Express   p. 1
Strickland Case                                      case
Easton, City of - Population       March 15   1975   City shows slight gain in populationsince 1970-       Express   p. 21
                                                     29,450. Changes in shifting population, new
                                                     housing units and demolition of the downtown
                                                     area.
Easton, City of - Redevelopment July 17       1975   South 6th Street residents complain of noise, dirt,   Express   p. 25, illus.
                                                     loss of home and dangerous trenches and exposed
                                                     gas pipes.
Easton, City of - Streets - Lehigh April 19   1975   Mayor Ashton signs bill to close Lehigh St. This      Express   p. 6
Street                                               provides way for new office building behind the
                                                     courthouse.
Easton, City of - Streets - Lehigh Sept. 5    1975   Lehigh St. residents between 11th and 12th St.        Express   p. 11
Street                                               have a street picnic upon the completion of
                                                     reconstruction of that part of Lehigh St. which had
                                                     taken almost a year
Easton, City of - Streets - Lehigh Sept. 8    1975   Lehigh St. residents between 11th and 12th            Express   p. 19, illus.
Street                                               Streets have a street picnic upon the completion
                                                     of reconstruction of that part of Lehigh Street
                                                     which had taken almost a year.

Easton, City of - Streets - Names Dec. 12     1975   The old street names will be back for the year of     Express   p. 14, illus.
                                                     1976. Council voted to accede to the request of
                                                     the Bicentennial Commission to restore original
                                                     names of north-south streets.
Easton, City of - Streets - Third Nov. 8    1975   Easton to assume title to 3rd St. which had long      Express          p. 20
Street                                             been part of Route 611
Easton, City of -Fire Department            1975   City fireman, Michael Masterson, suspended by         Express          p. 19
- Firemen                                          Mayor Ashton for displaying a political sticker on
                                                   his car while parked on city parking grounds.

Easton, City of -Fire Department April 18   1975   City fireman, Michael Masterson, suspended by         Express          p. 9
- Firemen                                          Mayor Ashton for displaying a political sticker on
                                                   his car while parked on city parking grounds.

Easton, City of -Fire Department April 22   1975   Harmon files sticker suit. Parks his car on library   Express          p. 11, illus.
- Firemen                                          parking lot.
Easton, City of -Fire Department June 25    1975   Obituary of William Wannamaker, Captain from          Express          p. 14, illus.
- Firemen                                          1948 to 1968
Easton, South                    Jan. 9     1975   Businessmen set to revive the South Side Civic        Express          p. 15
                                                   Association. It had been effective to the
                                                   community before World War II.
EastonHOSPITAL SCHOOL OF         May 5      1975   The 68th class closes the school of nursing.          Easton Express   p.16 illus.
NURSING                                            Brief account of the end of an era.
Education - Bands                Dec. 18    1975   Easton Area High School band has been                 Easton Express   p. 17
                                                   desingnated as an official Pa. Bicentennial Band by
                                                   the state's Bicentennial Commission.

Education - Custodians           July 1     1975   Easton Area School District custodians stay off       Easton Express   p. 1 illus.
                                                   school job and continue to picket.
Education - Custodians           July 2     1975   Easton Area School District custodians stay off       Easton Express   p. 17
                                                   school job and continue to picket.
Education - Custodians           June 30    1975   Easton Area School District custodians stay off       Easton Express   p. 9
                                                   school job and continue to picket.
Education - Lieberman Tract      May 13     1975   Lieberman Tract option picked up from Easton          Easton Express   p. 11
                                                   Area School District by J.M. Nicholas Corp. No
                                                   middle school to be built in the tract. Price was
                                                   $200,000.
Education - Northampton       June 6     1975   NCACC buys a computer at $118,411 to extend       Easton Express    p. 20
County Area Community College                   college teaching facilities.

Education - Northampton       Sept. 9    1975   NCACC to institute program for funeral directory. Easton Express    p. 18 illus.
County Area Community College                   Funeral directors throughout the state launched a
- Curriculum                                    fund -raising campaign to raise $150,000 to build a
                                                mortuary science laboratory at the college.

Education - Northampton       Sept. 16   1975   Obituary of Salvatore A. Mazzeo                   Easton Express    p. 28 illus.
County Area Community College
- Faculty
Family Counseling Service     March 17   1975   Family Counseling of Northampton County, Pa.       Easton Express   p. 13, illus
                                                Director, Johanna Akkerbury retires. An account of
                                                her work.
Family Counseling Service     March 28   1975   Family Counseling of Northampton County, Pa.       Easton Express   p. 6, illus
                                                Director, Johanna Akkerbury retires. An account of
                                                her work.
Fires                         Nov. 29    1975   Gateway Terrace Apartment in Palmer Township. Easton Express        p. 1, illus

Flag - Pa.                    Nov. 18    1975   New flag proposed for Pa. by George Hackett.      Easton Express    p. 9, illus
                                                Used the base pattern of Easton's old flag.

Flag - Pa.                    Oct. 21    1975   Easton attorney, John Francis Goldsmith designs a Easton Express    p. 1, illus
                                                simplified flag for the state. Bears a strong
                                                resemblance to Easton flag.
Flag - Stamp                  March 25   1975   Turned down for postage stamp display.            Easton Express    p. 15
Flag Day                      July 5     1975   Mayor Ashton sets "Easton Flag Day" as July 8.    Easton Express    p. 17, illus

Flags                         Jan. 31    1975   Mayor Fred L. Ashton presents flag for flagpole of Easton Express   p. 1
                                                Bethlehem Bank, First Valley.
Flags                         July 3     1975   Easton Express uses flag on mast head of front     Easton Express
                                                page.
Flags                         May 8      1975   Easton Express to sell replica of flag for $10.    Easton Express   p. 1
                                                History of flag given.                                              p. 19, illus
Floods - 1955                      Aug. 18    1975   Twenty years ago, August 18, terrible flood of       Easton Express   p. 1, illus
                                                     1955. Paper marks anniversary in words and                            p. 15
                                                     pictures.
Food - Preservation                July 24    1975   Home canning firms unable to meet the demand         Easton Express   p. 1, illus
                                                     for lids.
Ford, Gerald - President of U.S.   April 25   1975   Bath artist, Donald E. Johnson, paints portrait of   Easton Express   p. 1, illus
                                                     President Gerald Ford.
Forks Township - Bicentennial      Dec. 15    1975   Bicentennial plate of Forks Township presented to    Easton Express   p. 15, illus
                                                     the widow of Mr. William B. Eisenhardt.

Forks Township - Emergency         April 21   1975   Presents plaque to Mrs. Guy R. Serfass, to honor Easton Express       p. 12, illus
Squad                                                her husband, killed while investigating a traffic
                                                     accident on Rt. 115. Communications room to be
                                                     named in his honor.

Forks Township - Emergency         Jan. 24    1975   Forks Township Emergency Squad acquires its          Easton Express   p. 9
Squad                                                third ambulance. The 1949 model was sold to
                                                     squad by Ingersoll - Rand Co. for $100.

Forks Township - Emergency         Sept. 25   1975   An account of the squad's activities.                Easton Express   p. 16, illus
Squad
Foster Parents                     May 20     1975   10 area foster families honored by Northampton       Easton Express   p. 8, illus
                                                     County Children's Bureau. Commissioners
                                                     proclaim "Action for Foster Children Week."
                                                     Account of the bureau's work.

Fourth of July                     July 3     1975   Celebrations of past years recalled by senior Easton Express          p. 1, illus
                                                     citizens of the area.
Frost, David                       May 6      1975   Easton Area Chamber of Commerce Annual dinner Easton Express          p. 17, illus
                                                     at Sheraton Motor Inn - 200 attended. David
                                                     Frost, TV celebrity, guest speaker.
Games                    Nov. 18    1975   Tony Swartz, a blind student at Moravian,          Easton Express   p. 13, illus
                                           invented game for both the sighted and bilnd:
                                           "Everybody Wants to be President."
Gardening                April 7    1975   Northampton County Agricultural Extension Office   Easton Express   p. 11
                                           offers seeds at 60 cents a pack to encourage the
                                           citizens to start their own gardens to combat
                                           inflation.
Gasoline Stations        Feb. 8     1975   Fred Williams, owner of William's Exxon Car Care   Easton Express   p. 34, illus
                                           Center, at Riverside Plaza, is a believer in
                                           downtown Easton.
Girl Scouts              Aug. 23    1975   Brief history of the group in the Easton area.     Easton Express   p. 22, illus
Girl Scouts              Sept. 27   1975   Polly Miller retires after serving 21 years as     Easton Express   p. 24, illus
                                           director of the Paxinosa Girl Scout district.
Glendon - Traffic        Sept. 5    1975   Police ban illegal truck traffic.                  Easton Express   p. 13
Go-Go Dancers            April 24   1975   Male dancers at Kingwood Inn, in rural Hunterdon   Easton Express   p. 1, illus
                                           County.
Goldsmith Family         Nov. 1     1975   Goldsmith, Mrs. Mary Louise. Obit.                 Easton Express   p. 1, illus
Gracedale - Dedication   Feb. 10    1975   To dedicate new wing on Saturday, February 15,     Easton Express   p. 17
                                           1975.
Gracedale - Dedication   Feb. 14    1975   Tours to be conducted.                             Easton Express   p. 17
Gracedale - Employees    Aug. 25    1975   Employees accept new contract.                     Easton Express   p. 17
Gracedale - Employees    July 1     1975   Picketing employees charge police harassment.      Easton Express   p. 16

Gracedale - Employees    July 14    1975   Picketing employees charge police harassment.      Easton Express   p. 17

Gracedale - Employees    July 17    1975   Picketing employees charge police harassment.      Easton Express   p. 25

Gracedale - Employees    July 19    1975   Employees accept new contract.                     Easton Express   p. 1
Gracedale - Employees    June 16    1975   Picketing employees charge police harassment.      Easton Express   p. 17

Gracedale - Employees    June 26    1975   Employees picket at County Courthouse.             Easton Express   p. 13
Gracedale - Employees    June 30    1975   Employees picket at County Courthouse.             Easton Express   p. 9
Gracedale - Fee                 Jan. 9     1975   Daily rates for patients raised from $10 to $40 per Easton Express    p. 1
                                                  day. Reflects actual cost and is made to receive
                                                  full benefit of federal reimbursements.

Gray, Allen M.                  Nov. 28    1975   Obit. Former Vice President of Flock Embossing       Easton Express   p. 40, illus
                                                  Corp. Was an outstanding mason.

Grifo, Richard D.               Feb. 15    1975   Easton police post guard at Grifo's home after   Easton Express       p. 21
                                                  telephone threats on his life.
Hackett Park - Field House      May 1      1975   $4000 field house to be built in Hackett Park    Easton Express       p. 23, illus
                                                  through the efforts of the Easton Midget Booster
                                                  Association.
Hagerty, Asa                    July 14    1975   Funeral director, operated Hagerty Colonial Home Easton Express       p. 22
                                                  in Phillipsburg from 1909 to 1970. Obit.

Hampton, N.J. - Stores          Nov. 5     1975   New Hampton General Store, a 200 year old store      Easton Express   p. 37, illus
                                                  building in Hampton, N.J. handles a big mail order
                                                  business.
Hay's Cemetery                  March 4    1975   Vandal s damage some 50 tombstones.                  Easton Express   p. 19, illus
Holm, Celeste                   Aug. 16    1975   A theatrical legend with her roots in a Warren       Easton Express   p. 25, illus
                                                  County, N.J. farm.
Hope, Bob                       March 15   1975   Bob Hope's white Lincoln Continental loses its       Easton Express   p. 8
                                                  license plates in Phillipsburg and is towed away.
                                                  Matter cleared up after ownership established.

Housing - 4th & Ferry Streets   Jan. 31    1975   Opening of United Auto Workers Housing             Easton Express     p. 15
                                                  Corporation (UAW) apartments at 4th and Ferry
                                                  Streets. 98 unit project after some delay to open.
                                                  Project was proposed in July, 1968.
Housing - 4th & Ferry Streets   July 3     1975   Opening of United Auto Workers Housing             Easton Express      p. 25
                                                  Corporation (UAW) apartments at 4th and Ferry
                                                  Streets. 98 unit project after some delay to open.
                                                  Project was proposed in July, 1968.

Howell Family                   April 28   1975   Phillipsburg Area Historical Society in favor of      Easton Express   p. 17
                                                  preserving the Howell House, oldest building in
                                                  the town.
Hugh Moore Parkway              July 15    1975   An Arts Center proposed in Moore Park.                Easton Express   p. 1
Hugh Moore Parkway              July 18    1975   An Arts Center proposed in Moore Park.                Easton Express   p. 18, illus
Humanitarians                   July 22    1975   Organization formed in 1974 in Easton and             Easton Express   p. 15, illus
                                                  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.

Humanitarians                   Sept. 2    1975   Organization formed in 1974 in Easton and           Easton Express     p. 15, illus
                                                  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 Superstar          Feb. 1 & 3 1975   Jesus Christ wins unanimous approval of               Easton Express   p. 17
                                                  Phillipsburg School Board.
Jesus Christ Superstar          Feb. 11    1975   Jesus Christ wins unanimous approval of               Easton Express   p. 13
                                                  Phillipsburg School Board.
Jesus Christ Superstar          Feb. 20    1975   Phillipsburg High School bans the drama club from     Easton Express   p. 13
                                                  presenting the rock opera.
Jesus Christ Superstar          Feb. 26    1975   Jesus Christ wins unanimous approval of               Easton Express   p. 21
                                                  Phillipsburg School Board.
Jesus Christ Superstar          Feb. 27    1975   Performance given by Phillipsburg High School.        Easton Express   p. 13
                                                  Had been under a question of legality due to
                                                  community complaints.
Jesus Christ Superstar    Feb. 4     1975   Phillipsburg High School bans the drama club from     Easton Express   p. 1
                                            presenting the rock opera.
Jesus Christ Superstar    Feb. 9     1975   Phillipsburg High School bans the drama club from     Easton Express   p. 17
                                            presenting the rock opera.
Jesus Christ Superstar    Jan. 30    1975   Phillipsburg High School bans the drama club from     Easton Express   p. 1
                                            presenting the rock opera.
Jesus Christ Superstar    Jan. 31    1975   Performance given by Phillipsburg High School.        Easton Express   p. 1
                                            Had been under a question of legality due to
                                            community complaints.
Jesus Christ Superstar    March 10   1975   Phillipsburg High School bans the drama club from     Easton Express   p. 17
                                            presenting the rock opera.
Jesus Christ Superstar    March 11   1975   Jesus Christ wins unanimous approval of               Easton Express   p. 13
                                            Phillipsburg School Board.
Jesus Christ Superstar    March 12   1975   Phillipsburg High School bans the drama club from     Easton Express   p. 15
                                            presenting the rock opera.
Jesus Christ Superstar    March 14   1975   Performance given by Phillipsburg High School.        Easton Express   p. 1
                                            Had been under a question of legality due to                           p. 17, illus
                                            community complaints.
Jesus Christ Superstar    March 6, 7 1975   Performance given by Phillipsburg High School.        Easton Express   p. 1
                                            Had been under a question of legality due to
                                            community complaints.
Jewish Community Center   Aug. 25    1975   Decides to sell building at 660 Ferry St., and look   Easton Express   p. 17
                                            for a new home.
Jewish Community Center   May 1      1975   First time in its 65 years a woman is elected         Easton Express   p. 23, illus
                                            president of the center. Mrs. Sidney Kaplan.
Jews                      April 25   1975   United Jewish Appeal Fund Drive held at Sheraton      Easton Express   p. 21, illus
                                            Motor Inn. Jack Sher honored. Speaker Amnon
                                            Rafael, Israeli lawyer and lecturer.

Ketchledge, Oscar E.      March 25   1975   Former football official. Obituary.                   Easton Express   p. 28, illus
Kurtz Training Center     June 2     1975   Established in 1966. An account of its work.          Easton Express   p. 8, illus
Kurtz Training Center     March 24   1975   Established in 1966. An account of its work.          Easton Express   p. 8, illus
Kurtz Training Center     March 25   1975   Established in 1966. An account of its work.          Easton Express   p. 10, illus
Lafayette College - Fund Drive   Oct. 11    1975   Sets up fund of $150,000 as an act of generosity Express               p.1
                                                   aimed at helping area students get a higher
                                                   education. To be part of the Madison Porter Fund.

Lafayette College - Sports       March 14   1975   Victory Train to carry 900 enthusiastic Lafayette Express              p.1
                                                   basketball supporters to New York City's Madison
                                                   Square Garden. Meet St. John's basketball team.

Lafayette College - Visitors     June 6     1975   U. S. Attorney Elliot Richardson is speaker at        Express          p. 19, illus.
                                                   Lafayette graduation.
Lafayette College - Visitors     March 4    1975   Ralph Nader speaks at Lafayette College and blasts    Express          p. 1, illus.
                                                   the nuclear power plant plan.
Lear, Floyd, Sr.                 Sept. 3    1975   Obituary                                              Express          p. 1, illus.
Lear, Floyd, Sr.                 Sept. 4    1975   Tributes to his achievements.                         Express          p. 15
Lehigh University - Space        July 21    1975   Medical experiments by 5 scientists rides into        Express          p. 1
Program                                            space with Apollo.
Lehigh Valley Railroad           Oct. 27    1975   Rail buffs of the area enjoy ride on old              Easton Express   p. 21, illus
                                                   locomotives on the Valley line.
Levine, Max (Maggie)             June 23    1975   James Flagg, Easton Express staff writer, writes an   Express          p. 8, illus.
                                                   account of former sports writer for Call-Chronicle
                                                   and newspaper writer.
Liberty Bell of Northampton      Feb. 28    1975   The Liberty Bell of Northampton County was rung       Easton Express   p. 47
County                                             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

Little Stone House               Sept. 11   1975   Museum leased to Easton group for preservation. Express                p. 18, illus.

Lotteries                        July 1     1975   Allentown native hits jackpot of $1million. Ernest Express             p. 2
                                                   Baringer wins $1,000. for life.
Lower Mt. Bethel             April 29   1975   Washington Township boundary line uncertain         Express          p. 22
                                               since Lower Mt. Bethel was created in 1871.

Macing                       Dec. 2     1975   Northampton County Prothonotary, Ernest J.          Easton Express   p. 1
                                               DiSalvatore accused of macing his employees.
                                               Arraigned before magistrate David Reibman.

Malpractice                  June 19    1975   An Easton doctor, Dr. Donald H. Smith, urged the    Easton Express   p. 21
                                               Judiciary Committee of Pa. House of
                                               Representatives to draft legislation to ease the
                                               medical malpractice crisis in the state.

Manpower                     Oct. 27    1975   Lehigh Valley Manpower opens a skilled training Easton Express       p. 15, illus
                                               center at 683 Northampton Street, formerly the
                                               Easton Armory.
Maple Syrup                  April 14   1975   Paul Oxford, of North Bangor, taps his maple trees Easton Express    p. 14, illus
                                               and makes syrup.
Mary Meuser Memorial Library June 12    1975   Wilson residents want to keep library.             Easton Express    p. 15

Mary Meuser Memorial Library Oct. 2     1975   Book Sale.                                          Easton Express   p. 13, illus

Maue, Rev. Harry             July 21    1975   To be manager of this year's Democratic campaign Easton Express      p. 17
                                               for city of Easton.
Maue, Rev. Harry             June 30    1975   Retiring minister and defeated mayoral candidate Easton Express      p. 11
                                               has article as he sees Easton and its problems.

Mayer Family                 Nov. 1     1975   Mrs. Jacob Mayer. Obit.                             Easton Express   p. 38, illus
Mayor                        Jan. 22    1975   GOP woman bids for mayor. Mrs. Walter Creveling     Easton Express   p. 19, illus
                                               announces her candidacy.
Medical Experiment           July 21    1975   Lehigh Valley Medical experiments by 5 scientists   Easton Express   p. 1
                                               rides into space with Apollo.
Memorial Day                 May 24     1975   Bicentennial events, parades mark this year's       Easton Express   p. 1
                                               Memorial Day.
Memorial Day                 May 27     1975   Ethnic fete at Meuser Park after parade.            Easton Express   p. 13
Meyner, Robert            Feb. 21    1975   Former N.J. Governor receives "Distinguished          Easton Express   p. 2, illus
                                            Citizen Award" from the Minsi Trails Boy Scout
                                            Council.
Meyner, Robert            March 7    1975   Former N.J. Governor receives "Distinguished          Easton Express   p. 9, illus
                                            Citizen Award" from the Minsi Trails Boy Scout
                                            Council.
Midget Sports             May 1      1975   Hacketts Park. $4,000 field house to be built in      Easton Express   p. 23, illus
                                            Hacketts Park through the efforts of the Easton
                                            Midget Booster Association.
Minsi Lake Park           Aug. 28    1975   Northampton County's first park dedicated. Site of    Easton Express   p. 13
                                            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.
Minsi Lake Park           Sept. 29   1975   Northampton County's first park dedicated. Site of    Easton Express   p. 13
                                            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.
Moore, Dr. George         April 28   1975   Easton dentist and first football trainer at Easton   Easton Express   p. 1, illus
                                            High School and Lafayette College. Obituary.

Moore, Wood L.            Jan. 11    1975   Obit. Realtor founded W.L. Moore & Son, 26 N.        Easton Express    p. 30, illus
                                            3rd St. in 1920.
Nazareth, Pa. - Library   Oct. 11    1975   Friends of the Public Library of Nazareth sponsors Easton Express      p. 26, illus
                                            a historic tour of Nazareth. Benefit for the library
                                            to provide microfilming of local newspaper - The
                                            Nazareth Item.
Negroes                   Feb. 21    1975   Easton's black educators reveal needs. A five hour Easton Express      p. 15
                                            minority symposium held at Sheraton Inn.
Negroes                          Oct. 18    1975   Black lawyer breaks tradition in Northampton        Easton Express   p. 17
                                                   County. Tony W. Penn, of Forks Township,
                                                   admitted to County Bar as first Black lawyer.

Newspapers                       July 14    1975   A.N.P.A. installs an autoreader device developed    Easton Express   p. 26, illus.
                                                   for speedy newspaper copy processing.

Northampton Co., PA - Charter    Sept. 25   1975   Northampton County Government Study               Express            p. 25, illus.
Study                                              Commission presents plan
Northampton Co., PA - Home       Nov. 15    1975   Northampton County Government Study               Express            p. 19, illus.
Rule Charter                                       Commission proposed that the County be divided
                                                   into 4 districts to elect certain members of a 9-
                                                   member legislative council recommended by their
                                                   proposed home rule charter

Northampton Co., PA - Judges     Nov. 18    1975   Requests a fifth judge to assist in the courtload of Express         p. 1
                                                   cases
Northampton Co., PA - Prison -   Dec. 12    1975   Prison board restricts inmates' telephone calls      Express         p. 8
Privileges
Northampton Convalescent         Jan. 27    1975   Northampton Convalescent Center, 5th &          Easton Express       p. 5, illus
Center                                             Washington Street opened.
Nursing Home                     May 14     1975   A new 76-bed nursing home and 2 apartment       Easton Express       p. 1
                                                   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 Family                April 26   1975   Odenwelder's properties, including apartment   Easton Express        p. 17
                                                   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.
Old Mine Road, Warren County, Sept. 8     1975   Rep. Helen S. Meyner, of N.J., took action with the Easton Express        p. 20
N.J.                                             N.J. Dept. of Environmental Protection to have the
                                                 Old Mine Road included in the national register of
                                                 historic sites.

Pa. Strike                     July 1     1975   Statewide strike hits all Pa. workers throughout         Easton Express   p. 1, illus
                                                 the state. Followed rejection of 3.5% wage                                p. 15
                                                 increase.
Pa. Strike                     July 2     1975   Statewide strike hits all Pa. workers throughout         Easton Express   p. 1
                                                 the state. Followed rejection of 3.5% wage
                                                 increase.
Pa. Strike                     June 30    1975   Statewide strike hits all Pa. workers throughout         Easton Express   p. 1
                                                 the state. Followed rejection of 3.5% wage
                                                 increase.
Palm Reader                    July 1     1975   Palm reader in Easton. Article on Anna Zena and          Easton Express   p. 10, illus
                                                 her establishment at 509 Northampton St.

Palmer Mall                    Oct. 18    1975   Brief story on its creation and progress.                Easton Express   p. 33, illus
Palmer Plan Solid Waste        July 17    1975   Easton City Councilman, Thomas Goldsmith, to             Easton Express   p. 25
                                                 review township's plan to construct a plant to turn
                                                 trash into pellets which can be burned in cement
                                                 or power plants.
Palmer Township - Bicentennial Dec. 22    1975   Bicentennial ball to usher in 1976. Affair to be         Easton Express   p. 28, illus
                                                 held in Palmer Park Mall.
Palmer Township - Historical   Feb. 14    1975   Palmer Township Historical Society collecting            Easton Express   p. 19, illus
Society                                          items for preservation.
Palmer Township - Historical   March 15   1975   New historical group of the township trying to           Easton Express   p. 4
Society                                          acquire the Seipsville Hotel for an historic building.

Palmer Township - Parks        May 20     1975   Purchase of 50 acres of land along Lehigh River for Easton Express        p. 15
                                                 $87,000. To be used for recreational purposes.
Palmer Township - Solid Waste July 14    1975   Easton City Councilman, Thomas Goldsmith, to          Easton Express   p. 1
                                                review township's plan to construct a plant to turn
                                                trash into pellets which can be burned in cement
                                                or power plants.
Parking Garage                Aug. 1     1975   Robley Adams, appointed manager of the $3.5           Easton Express   p. 1
                                                million multilevel garage at South Third and Ferry
                                                Streets. He is garage's first full-time manager.
                                                Points to defects in the job.
Parking Garage                Dec. 22    1975   Fire damages parking garage elevator.                 Easton Express   p. 13
Parking Garage                Feb. 4     1975   Mrs. Tinker Vitelli, candidate for mayor, sees a      Easton Express   p. 17, illus
                                                garden sport in a section of the parking garage.

Parking Garage                Jan. 10    1975   DIG director to run garage.                           Easton Express   p. 15
Parking Garage                Jan. 22    1975   DIG director to run garage.                           Easton Express   p. 1
                                                                                                                       p. 11
Parking Garage                Jan. 8     1975   City of Easton losing more than $200,000 a year in Easton Express      p. 13
                                                the operation of the downtown parking building.

Parking Garage                June 21    1975   Garage windows to be replaced by firm. Windows Easton Express          p. 20
                                                on south side do not measure up to standard.

Parking Garage                June 6     1975   Garage windows to be replaced by firm. Windows Easton Express          p. 19
                                                on south side do not measure up to standard.

Parking Garage                Sept. 27   1975   Garage windows to be replaced by firm. Windows Easton Express          p. 19, illus
                                                on south side do not measure up to standard.

Parking Garage                Sept. 5    1975   Robley Adams, appointed manager of the $3.5        Easton Express      p. 11
                                                million multilevel garage at South Third and Ferry
                                                Streets. He is garage's first full-time manager.
                                                Points to defects in the job.
Peil, Norman A.               April 11   1975   Obit. Northampton County Commissioner, 1931, Easton Express            p. 1, illus
                                                1935.
Pen Argyl, Pa. - Education          Dec. 6     1975   Residents help to build, financially, Peace Corps     Easton Express   p. 25, illus
                                                      school in Africa. Miss Marjorie May, retired Pen
                                                      Argyl High School teacher, visits the schools and
                                                      gives an account of her findings.

Phillipsburg High School - Radio May 12        1975   School has a new close circuit radio station -        Easton Express   p. 5, illus
                                                      WHAT - run by students.
Phillipsburg High School -Band      April 26   1975   Band has new outfits.                                 Easton Express   p. 20, illus

Phillipsburg Historical Society     April 28   1975   Formed by interested citizens. First goal to save     Easton Express   p. 17
                                                      Gess House.
Phillipsburg, N.J. - Bicentennial   May 5      1975   Designed officially as a Bicentennial Community.      Easton Express   p. 11, illus
                                                      Ceremonies in opening headquarters.

Phillipsburg, N.J. - Churches       Oct. 13    1975   St. James Lutheran Church, Straw Church Circle,       Easton Express   p. 15, illus
                                                      Pohatcong Township, received letter from
                                                      President Ford congratulating church on its 225th
                                                      anniversart.
Phillipsburg, N.J. - Churches       Oct. 4     1975   St. James Lutheran Church (known as Straw             Easton Express   p. 19, illus
                                                      Church) to celebrate its 225th anniversary. History
                                                      of the church.
Phillipsburg, N.J. - Drinking       May 3      1975   Teen-agers find drinking in Phillipsburg can mean     Easton Express   p. 31, illus
                                                      night in jail.
Phillipsburg, N.J. - Industries     Oct. 10    1975   P'Burg's newest firm is really its oldest. Sale of    Easton Express   p. 17
                                                      Warren Piple Division of Canron Inc. to McWane
                                                      Cast Iron Pipe Co. Brief history of firm.

Phillipsburg, N.J. - Monuments      May 27     1975   30 years and 9 months after dedication, the honor Easton Express       p. 42
                                                      roll for World War II, located at Pursel Hill and
                                                      Steel Hill was rededicated with ceremonies.

Phillipsburg, N.J. - Monuments      Oct. 8     1975   Monument on old town lot remains, but all other Easton Express         p. 13, illus
                                                      buildings torn down. Brief history.
Phillipsburg, N.J. - Officials      April 23   1975   Town council appoints new town manager - James Easton Express          p. 13, illus
                                                      A. Miceli, of St. Louis Park, Minn. Salary $21,000.

Phillipsburg, N.J. - Officials      July 2     1975   Legal dilemma complicates reorganization of          Easton Express    p. 17, illus
                                                      council. Elected official, William M. Norton, delays
                                                      taking council oath.
Phillipsburg, N.J. - Parks          Feb. 25    1975   Park planned along Delaware River from a point Easton Express          p. 19
                                                      near Stockton Street northward beyond the Route
                                                      22 toll bridge - about 1 mile.

Phillipsburg, N.J. - Parks          Jan. 30    1975   Vandalism.                                      Easton Express         p. 15, illus
Phillipsburg, N.J. - Parks          March 5    1975   Park planned along Delaware River from a point Easton Express          p. 13, plan
                                                      near Stockton Street northward beyond the Route
                                                      22 toll bridge - about 1 mile.

Phillipsburg, N.J. - Parks          May 19     1975   Vandalism.                                            Easton Express   p. 11, illus
Phillipsburg, N.J. - Parks          May 27     1975   Jaycees planned and dedicated Veterans Band           Easton Express   p. 16, illus
                                                      Shell in Park.
Phillipsburg, N.J. - Schools        Aug. 26    1975   History of Reese school.                              Easton Express   p. 5
Phillipsburg, N.J. - Schools        Aug. 5     1975   Sitgreaves school is demolished.                      Easton Express   p. 13
Phillipsburg, N.J. - Schools        Oct. 22    1975   St. Philip and James Elementary School to             Easton Express   p. 13
                                                      celebrate a Thanksgiving Mass as part of the
                                                      school's 100th anniversary.
Phillipsburg, N.J. - Schools        Oct. 27    1975   Phillipsburg's newest school officially designated    Easton Express   p. 23, illus
                                                      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.
Phillipsburg, N.J. - Schools        Oct. 8     1975   Lovell School, built in 1890 and later became         Easton Express   p. 13, illus
                                                      Municipal Building in 1928. Reese School, built as
                                                      P'Burg High School in 1908. An account of the
                                                      schools.
Phillipsburg, N.J. School District - Dec. 9    1975   School Board eliminates the teaching of Latin in      Easton Express   p. 19
Curriculum                                            the high school.
Phillipsburg, N.J. School District - Nov. 28   1975   Miss Lillian M. Hauser chosen as the recipient of Easton Express         p. 13, illus
Faculty                                               the 3d annual "Friend of Education" award of the
                                                      Phillipsburg Education Association.

Pinball Machines                   Jan. 24     1975   Steve Young of Bethlehem is a collector of these        Easton Express   p. 12, illus
                                                      old machines.
Pipeline                           Oct. 23     1975   Oil pipeline completion closes long fight. Story of     Easton Express   p. 19, illus
                                                      the project and the men who did the work.

Pocono Playhouse                   Jan. 25     1975   Original owner of Playhouse dies - Mrs. Rowena Easton Express            p. 18
                                                      Stevens. Theater opened in 1947 and seated 500.

Pocono Wild Animal Farm            June 17     1975   Located in Stroud Township, Monroe County. An           Easton Express   p. 10, illus
                                                      account of the animals.
Pollution                          May 14      1975   Slate Belt contractor fined for fish kill in Little     Easton Express   p. 19
                                                      Bushkill Creek.
Pollution                          May 19      1975   11-city test pinpoints pollution.                       Easton Express   p. 1
Pregnancy                          Dec. 2      1975   Pa. Bureau of Mediation undecided on pregnancy          Easton Express   p. 11
                                                      disability aid. Easton Area School District Solicitor
                                                      Edward J. Malas said pregnancy alone is not an
                                                      illness. Mrs. Diane McColleene-Thorne, teacher,
                                                      protested.
Python                             May 24      1975   Argo - 8 ft. python belonging to Auana Lynn,            Easton Express   p. 1, illus
                                                      owner of the store called "The Journey Beyond,"
                                                      located at 17 N. 4th St., disappeared from window
                                                      display case. Later appeared well and happy.

Railroads - Lehigh & New           Jan. 8      1975   Railroad ends service to the Lehigh Valley area.        Easton Express   p. 1
England
Railroads - Lehigh Valley          Jan. 25     1975   Lehigh Valley Railroad starts operating Lehigh and Easton Express        p. 23, illus
Railroad                                              New England lines yesterday.
RAPP                               April 16    1975   Recommendations listed.                            Easton Express        p. 8
RAPP                               March 10   1975   Regional agenda for problems, prospects, and        Easton Express      p. 10, illus
                                                     priorities laboratory, held the weekend of March 8-
                                                     9.
RAPP                               March 22   1975   TV program broadcasted live on Channel 39.          Easton Express      p. 23
Reibman, Jeanette                  Sept. 4    1975   To be a candidate for the U.S. Senate in 1976       Easton Express      p. 1
                                                     campaign.
Reibman, Jeanette                  Sept. 5    1975   Democrats uncertain of her chances.                 Easton Express      p. 11, illus
Riegelsville, Pa. - Annexation     July 15    1975   Easton Area School Board refused a petition to      Easton Express      p. 19
                                                     annex 300 acres in Riegelsville from the Palisades
                                                     School District.
Riegelsville, Pa. - Bicentennial   March 3    1975   To begin Bicentennial activities on May 25 during Easton Express        p. 12
                                                     the annual Memorial Day parade.
Riegelsville, Pa. - Emergency      March 13   1975   Emergency squad has open house and displays         Easton Express      p. 56, illus
Squad                                                new ambulance.
Riegelsville, Pa. - Schools        Dec. 20    1975   Spring Water School, Riegelsville, R.D. 1, closing  Easton Express      p. 26, illus
                                                     due to lack of funds. An account of its work.

Riegelsville, Pa. - Schools        June 24    1975   Closing.                                         Easton Express         p. 17
Riegelsville, Pa. - Schools        Sept. 9    1975   Residents of the borough donate toward the price Express                p. 17
                                                     of their old schoolhouse. Purchase price from
                                                     Easton Area School District is $2,000.

Riverside Park                     July 19    1975   Vandals strike city pool at park and cause $700        Easton Express   p. 17
                                                     damage.
Roads - N.J.                       Sept. 12   1975   Kilometer easing out the mile in New Jersey's          Easton Express   p. 21, illus
                                                     highway network.
Robbery                            Jan. 16    1975   Postal funds stolen from Scherer Gift Shop, 700        Easton Express   p. 13, illus.
                                                     West Berwick Street.
Rock Band                          July 16    1975   Lafayette College graduate, Larry Fast, tells of his   Easton Express   p. 12, illus
                                                     trials in breaking in on the Rock scene.
Rodeo                              July 18    1975   Diamond S. Rodeo and Wild West Show at Warren          Easton Express   p. 17, illus
                                                     County Fairgrounds.
Rooney, Fred. B                Sept. 5    1975   U.S. Representative says his interest in people       Express          p. 15, illus
                                                 keeps him on the go. Article by Express reporter,
                                                 David Calley, gives an account of two days'
                                                 activities.
Roseberry-Gess House           May 22     1975   Phillipsburg Area Historical Society has              Easton Express   p. 17, illus
                                                 headquarters in historic house. An account of the
                                                 house.
Roseto, Pa. - Post Office      April 19   1975   Wins appeal to keep U.S. Post Office.                 Easton Express   p. 1
Salvation Army                 May 21     1975   Account of its services in Easton. Came to Easton     Easton Express   p. 9, illus
                                                 in 1891, with first base at 34 S. Union St.

Schocker, Gary                 March 17   1975   Easton flutist calm in debut with the New York        Easton Express   p. 1, illus
                                                 Philharmonic Orchestra.
Schools - Easton High School   April 18   1975   Easton High School Day - Honoree: Charles E.          Easton Express   p. 10 illus.
Day                                              Bartolet, Sr. former athletic coach at the high
                                                 school.
Schools - Easton High School   April 28   1975   Easton High School Day - Honoree: Charles E.          Easton Express   p. 17
Day                                              Bartolet, Sr., former athletic coach at the high
                                                 school.
Schools - Nursery              Sept. 9    1975   Nursery school at First Presbyterian Church, Spring   Easton Express   p. 5 illus.
                                                 Garden Street.
Schools - Senior Citizens      Nov. 13    1975   Senior citizens adopted by high school students       Easton Express   p. 38 illus.
                                                 for a day. Adopt a Grandparent program.

Schools - Students             June 3     1975   EAHS students to produce first film entitled          Easton Express   p. 19 illus.
                                                 "Golden Reel Awards.
Schools - Teachers             Jan. 14    1975   EASD Director of pupil personnel service and          Easton Express   p. 11
                                                 director of guidance to be a combined position.
                                                 David A. DeWalt appointed.
Schools - Teachers             Nov. 11    1975   Easton Area High School faculty. Girls' coaching      Easton Express   p. 1
                                                 track job goes to a male.
Schools - Tracy                Nov. 14    1975   Pet lending library is a hit with Palmer Township     Easton Express   p. 11 illus.
                                                 pupils.
Schools - Voc-Tech               June 16    1975   Students fixed old fire trucks for Forks Township      Easton Express      p. 8 illus.
                                                   fire company.
Schools - Wrestling              Nov. 11    1975   EAHS student, Malanie Stettz, to be the first          Easton Express      p. 1 illus.
                                                   female candidate for wrestling in Pa.
Scuba Diving                     Sept. 20   1975   Nazareth man, Raymond Morrow, conducts scuba           Easton Express      p. 37
                                                   diving instruction school.
Senior Citizen Center            Oct. 29    1975   Opens.                                                 Easton Express      p. 2, illus
Senior Citizens - Easton Area    Nov. 13    1975   Senior citizens adopted by high school students        Easton Express      p. 38, illus
High School                                        for a day. Adopt a Grandparent program.

Sewerage                         Aug. 22    1975   Suburbs to build own sewage plant.                     Easton Express      p. 1
Sewerage                         Dec. 31    1975   Big question for 1975 was whether the Easton           Easton Express      p. 1, illus
                                                   sewer plant should be expanded.
Sewerage                         Nov. 20    1975   Suburbs to build own sewage plant.                     Easton Express      p. 1, illus
Sewerage                         Nov. 21    1975   Suburbs to build own sewage plant.                     Easton Express      p. 19, illus
Sewerage                         Nov. 25    1975   Suburbs to build own sewage plant.                     Easton Express      p. 1, illus
Sher, Jack                       Jan. 20    1975   Honored for 50 years at Jewish Community               Easton Express      p. 1, illus
                                                   Center.                                                                    p. 19
Snakes                           May 22     1975   Python on display at a shop on 17 N. 4th St., called   Easton Express      p. 1, illus
                                                   the Journey Beyond, is called Argo.
Snakes                           May 23     1975   He disappeared into the woodwork and was not           Easton Express      p. 1
                                                   able to be coaxed out of hiding.
Social Security Act              July 9     1975   Equal rights fight leads to benefits for Easton        Easton Express      p. 17, illus
                                                   widower. Jeffrey Sawyer applies for "father's
                                                   benefits" under the law.
Space Medicine                   July 21    1975   Lehigh University medical experiments by 5             Easton Express      p. 1
                                                   scientists rides into space with Apollo.
SPCA                             Aug. 21    1975   To have open house over weekend. Description of        Easton Express      p. 19
                                                   new facility.
Stewartsville, N.J. - Churches   Nov. 1     1975   Stewartsville Presbyterian Church to celebrate         Easton Express      p. 8, illus
                                                   125th anniversary of its founding.
Stewartsville, N.J. - Churches   Nov. 16    1975   Stewartsville Presbyterian Church to celebrate         Easton Daily Free
                                                   125th anniversary of its founding.                     Press
Stone House Tour                 April 28   1975   Old Stone House Tour Saturday, April 26.               Easton Express      p. 8, illus
Stroudsburg, Pa. - Schools     May 31     1975   Stroudsburg Area School Board agrees to honor "        Easton Express   p. 17
                                                 Sunshine Law" and open door policy at their
                                                 meetings. If this future policy is enforced, the
                                                 Express will take no action.
Sunday Sales                   Dec. 1     1975   The first Sunday sales for the Christmas shopping      Easton Express   p. 15
                                                 season proved successful.
Tatamy, Pa. - Industries       May 10     1975   Equipto manufactures top line steel storage and        Easton Express   p. 34
                                                 shop equipment.
Tea Party                      April 18   1975   Easton's "T" party held April 26 to celebrate the      Easton Express   p. 6, illus
                                                 original T party of 100 years ago. Five historic
                                                 buildings visited by the public. Fund for the Little
                                                 Stone House Museum.
Telephone - Directory          Feb. 5     1975   Telephone books in the area have smaller print.        Easton Express   p. 4
                                                 The public complained.
Tennis                         Feb. 24    1975   Groundbreaking for a $1 million indoor and             Easton Express   p. 15
                                                 outdoor public tennis club is on a 6 acre site north
                                                 of Palmer and Bethlehem Townships. Ready in
                                                 May.
Tennis                         Nov. 21    1975   Northwood Racquet Club, located on Rt. 248, 1/4        Easton Express   p. 15, illus
                                                 mile south of Rt. 33, in Lower Nazareth Township
                                                 offers indoor tennis facilities.

Tennis                         Sept. 25   1975   Northwood Racquet Club in Palmer Township        Easton Express         p. 36, illus
                                                 ready for grand opening.
Theaters - Eric Twin Theater   June 25    1975   Eric Twin Theaters on 3rd Street, located near   Easton Express         p. 17, illus
                                                 Sheraton Inn, to open formally, Wednesday
                                                 evening, June 25, 1975. Shows: French Connection
                                                 Two and The Return of the Pink Panther.

Theaters - Eric Twin Theater   June 26    1975   Eric Twin Theaters on 3rd Street, located near   Easton Express         p. 1, illus
                                                 Sheraton Inn, to open formally, Wednesday
                                                 evening, June 25, 1975. Shows: French Connection
                                                 Two and The Return of the Pink Panther.
Tobacco                      June 25    1975   Account of an old tobacco factory still operating at   Easton Express   p. 25, illus
                                               Carversville, Bucks County.
Vandalism                    May 30     1975   A survey of vandalism in our schools.                  Easton Express   p. 23, illus
Veterans of Foreign Wars     May 13     1975   Lt. E.C. Baker Post #1290 celebrates 50th              Easton Express   p. 11, illus
                                               anniversary.
Vietnamese                   Aug. 13    1975   Easton's first refugee families arrive and are         Easton Express   p. 23, illus
                                               welcome by the community.
Vietnamese                   June 7     1975   Easton's first refugee families arrive and are         Easton Express   p. 2
                                               welcome by the community.
Vietnamese                   Sept. 6    1975   Easton's first refugee families arrive and are         Easton Express   p. 17
                                               welcome by the community.
Vitelli Family               June 16    1975   Vitelli, Mrs. Alice (Tinker), unsuccessful candidate   Easton Express   p. 1, illus
                                               for office of mayor, gives her view on seeking the
                                               office.
Vitelli Family               May 8      1975   Vitelli, Mrs. Alice (Tinker), unsuccessful candidate   Easton Express   p. 15
                                               for office of mayor, gives her view on seeking the
                                               office.
Volunteers of America        July 30    1975   An account of the work of the volunteers.              Easton Express   p. 15, illus
Waffle                       April 19   1975   Giant waffle made by students at the Lower             Easton Express   p. 19, illus
                                               Nazareth Elementary School.
Walk for Development         May 2      1975   Route and checkpoints announced; about 3,000           Easton Express   p. 1, illus
                                               volunteers to march.
Warren Hospital - Addition   July 3     1975   Groundbreaking for $3 million addition.                Easton Express
Warren Hospital -            Jan. 27    1975   Some 350 persons demonstrated in front of              Easton Express   p. 19, illus
Demonstrations                                 Warren Hospital - sponsored by the Warren
                                               County Right to Life Committee.
Wars - Vietnam War           May 1      1975   War examined: financial, political, military and       Easton Express   pp. 12-13,
                                               moral.                                                                  Illus
Wars - World War II -        Jan. 29    1975   Phillipsburg, NJ, 30 years and 9 months after          Easton Express   P. 13 Illus.
Monument                                       dedication , the honor roll for World War II,
                                               located at Pursel Hill and Steel Hill was
                                               rededicated with ceremonies.
Wars - World War II -          May 27     1975   World War II monument Phillipsburg, N.J.. 30         Easton Express   P. 42
Monument                                         Years and 9 months after dedication, the honor
                                                 roll for World War II, located at Pursel Hill and
                                                 Steel Hill was rededicated with ceremonies.

Water - Authority              April 23   1975   Easton Suburban Water Authority to cease             Easton Express   p. 1
                                                 functioning. An account of its history.
Water - Substances             April 19   1975   Supply in Easton-Phillipsburg area has minute        Easton Express   p. 1
                                                 cancer-causing substances. But no evidence that
                                                 the amount is in sufficient concentration to cause
                                                 alarm.
Water - Substances             April 3    1975   Supply in Easton-Phillipsburg area has minute        Easton Express   p. 1, illus
                                                 cancer-causing substances. But no evidence that
                                                 the amount is in sufficient concentration to cause
                                                 alarm.
Welfare Office - Employees     Feb. 19    1975   Welfare workers from two unions picketed Public      Easton Express   p. 13, illus
                                                 Assistance headquarters on South Riverside Drive,
                                                 protesting poor working conditions in their new
                                                 building which opened last April (1974).

Williams Township - Crimes     Feb. 19    1975   Mrs. Shirley Smith held robber at gun point until    Easton Express   p. 13
                                                 police arrived.
Williams Township - Crimes     Feb. 20    1975   Three men had robbed A&P supermarket and             Easton Express   p. 1, illus
                                                 15th and Northampton Streets.
Williams Township - Heritage   July 23    1975   Heritage day to be ovserved August 2 at Fire         Easton Express   p. 18, illus
Day                                              Company No. 1 Hall.
Wilson Borough - Parks         Jan. 14    1975   To buy property at 2201 Northampton St.,             Easton Express   p. 11
                                                 adjacent to park for a community center. Cost
                                                 approximately $35,000.
Wilson Borough - Parks         March 11   1975   Council agrees not to purchase property at 2201      Easton Express   p. 1
                                                 Northampton Street for a community center.
Wilson Borough - Police        March 8,     1975   Police-mayor controversy still smoldering. At            Easton Express   p. 17
                               13, 14, 15          present time no chief or ranking officer for the                          p. 1
                                                   police department.                                                        p. 17
                                                                                                                             p. 21
Wilson High School - Faculty   Oct. 16      1975   Pellen, Max F. Retired Wilson school teacher. Obit. Easton Express        p. 38

Wilson School District -       Dec. 6 & 17 1975    Stanley L. Kessler, superintendent, resigns.             Easton Express   p. 1, illus
Superintendents                                                                                                              p. 17, illus
Wind Gap - Bicentennial        April 26     1975   Slate Belt Bicentennial to feature a slate village for   Easton Express   p. 20
                                                   bicentennial tours.
Women's Council of the Lehigh Oct. 1        1975   Held a 2 - day series of meetings on equal rights        Easton Express   p. 16, illus
Valley                                             for women at the ABE Airport's Glass Terrace
                                                   Room.
Wrestling                      Dec. 15      1975   First girl wrestler in Pa.                               Easton Express   p. 1
Wrestling                      Nov. 11      1975   Easton Junior High girl wrestler Melanie Stettz          Easton Express   p. 1, illus
                                                   loses in debut.
X-Ray Laboratory               May 24       1975   Califon, N.J. claims nation's oldest x-ray               Easton Express   p. 34, illus
                                                   laboratory.
Y.M.C.A. - History             Aug. 15      1975   Brief history.                                           Easton Express   p. 6, illus
Y.W.C.A.                       May 3        1975   Teenagers find drinking in Phillipsburg can mean         Easton Express   p. 31, illus
                                                   night in jail.
Y.W.C.A. - Fires               Nov. 10      1975   Fire of electrical origin at 41 N. 3rd St. on first      Easton Express   p. 13, illus
                                                   floor.
Zarnas, Gus                    Feb. 12      1975   The father of wrestling of Easton High School            Easton Express   p. 1, illus
                                                   became the second resident of the Lehigh Valley
                                                   to be elected to the Hall of Fame of the National
                                                   Football Foundation.
A.B.E. Airport                 April 29     1976   Airport setting up telephone information program         Easton Express   p. 23
                                                   to help foreign-speaking visitors.
A.B.E. Airport                 Aug. 25      1976   30th year festivities at A.B.E. Wilfred M. "Wiley"       Easton Express   p. 15, illus.
                                                   Post commemorates 30 years as manager.

A.B.E. Airport                 Dec. 10      1976   A mobile passenger bridge now being used at              Easton Express   p. 11, illus.
                                                   airport.
Aeronautics               May 29     1976   George Pelechic of Harmony Township and Ralph        Easton Express   p. 17, illus.
                                            DiMaria of Hackettstown assemble a homemade
                                            single engine airplane.
Aging                     Sept. 29   1976   Bureau of Aging moves to new location from 15 N.     Easton Express   p. 14
                                            2nd St. to 204 Northampton St.
Aging                     Sept. 30   1976   Bureau of Aging moves to new location from 15 N.     Easton Express   p. 17
                                            2nd St. to 204 Northampton St.
Agriculture               Oct. 6     1976   Open House for Northampton County farms              Easton Express   p. 21
                                            sponsored by Northampton County Agricultural
                                            Association and the Northampton-Monroe County
                                            Farmers Association.

Allentown Fair            Aug. 14    1976   Donnie and Marie Osmond, part of the Osmond          Easton Express   p. 19, illus.
                                            family Show, make a big hit.
Allentown Fair            Aug. 7     1976   Tony Orlando and Dawn appear at fair.                Easton Express   p. 15, illus.
Alpha, NJ - Memorials     May 24     1976   Borough of Alpha unveils a bronze war memorial       Easton Express   p. 15, illus.
                                            of Korean War at its annual Memorial Day
                                            exercises.
Art - Galleries           July 31    1976   Hare Editions located at                             Easton Express   p. 15, illus.
                                            32 N. Third Street opened by Timothy Hare.
Artists                   May 5      1976   Artist Anton Schiavone sculpts a papier-mache        Easton Express   p. 8, illus.
                                            representation of the Pieta.
Bakeries                  Aug. 3     1976   Obituary - William Schaible, former secretary of     Easton Express   p. 26, illus.
                                            Schaible's Bakery.
Ballet                    March 18   1976   Wilson girl, Cheryl Mendall of 2428 Alder Street,    Easton Express   p. 19, illus.
                                            age 16, hopes to be a ballerina.
Bangor, PA - Artists      May 5      1976   Artist, Anton Schiavone sculpts a papier-mache       Easton Express   p. 8, illus.
                                            representation of the Pieta.
Bangor, PA - Residents.   Feb. 13    1976   Former Bangor resident, Richarad Fusakic, was        Easton Express   p.1.
                                            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.
Bangor, PA - Residents.        Feb. 24    1976   Former Banfor resident, Richard Fusakic, was held    Easton Express   p. 15, illus.
                                                 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.
Bangor, PA - Residents.        June 26,   1976   Miss Josephine Farace served as Easton Express       Easton Express   p. 17.
                               1976.             reporter for 60 years.
Bath, - Bicentennial.          April 1    1976   Dignitaries from Bath, England visit citizens of     Easton Express   pg. 13.
                                                 Bath, PA, for part of the town's Bicentennial
                                                 program.
Bath, -Bicentennial.           April 14   1976   Dignitaries from Bath, England visit citizens of     Easton Express   pg. 17.
                                                 Bath, Pa. as part of the town's Bicentennial
                                                 program.
Beauty Contest                 June 14,   1976   Miss Pennsylvania of 1976 is Marie Margaret          Easton Express   p. 10, illus.
                               1976              McLaughlin, she was the former Miss Lehigh
                                                 Valley.
Bell - Easton's Liberty.       Jul. 3,    1976   Liberty Bell of Northampton County to be used on     Easton Express   p. 15.
                               1976.             July 8 celebration in Centre Square.
Belvedere - N.J.               Aug. 6     1976   Home of Myrtle Valentine on Dupue Street             Easton Espress   p. 1, illus.
                                                 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.

Belvedere, N.J. - Education.   April 14   1976   High School pupils strike on the cancellation of the Easton Express   p. 1.
                                                 School Spring Festival, brought on by a teacher's
                                                 job action.
Belvidere, N.J. - Churches.    May 22,    1976   United Methodist Church marks 50th anniversary. Easton Express        p. 2, illus.
                               1976.             Brief history.
Belvidere, N.J. - Education    April 13   1976   High School pupils strike on the cancellation of the Easton Express   p. 1, illus.
                                                 School Spring Festival, brought on by a teacher's
                                                 job action. School board agreed to schedule event
                                                 at a later date.
Belvidere, N.J. - Officials    Feb. 3     1976   Outgoing Easton Police Chief, John Young, is hired Easton Express    p. 1.
                                                 by Belvidere Council as their new Chief of Police.
                                                 Some protests cited.
Bethlehem Township, PA - Tax   Aug. 10    1976   Township commissioners enacted a mercantile tax Easton Express       p. 17
                                                 to bring in additional revenue.

Bethlehem Township, PA. -      June 25,   1976   U.S. Census Bureau taking a special census in       Easton Express   p. 13
Census                         1976              Bethlehem Township.
Bicentennial - Balls           Jan. 2     1976   Easton Becentennial Commission held a ball at       Express          p. 8, illus.
                                                 Hotel Easton. Palmer Township Historical Society
                                                 held a ball in Palmer Shopping Mall.
Bicentennial - Clown           July 13    1976   Balloons the clown performs at various              Express          p. 1, illus.
                                                 celebrations. Clown is Neal Felinel, 16, of 2016
                                                 Stocker Mill Road.
Bicentennial - Drama           May 7      1976   4th graders toured other schools and presented      Express          p. 6, illus.
                                                 their Becentennial show "The Story of America."

Bicentennial - Pageants        April 9    1976   July 8th pageant at Centre Square organized and Express              p. 7, illus.
                                                 directed by Evelyn Bellis Gulick. An account of the
                                                 writing and persons involved.

Bicentennial - Pageants        July 7     1976   Celebration in Centre Square with the               Express          p. 11, illus.
                                                 reenactment of the reading of the Declaration of
                                                 Independence on July 8.
Bicentennial - Pageants        July 8     1976   Celebration in Centre Square with the               Express          p. 1, illus.
                                                 reenactment of the reading of the Delaration of
                                                 Independence on July 8.
Bicentennial - Pageants        July 9     1976   Celebration in Centre Square with the               Express          p. 1, illus.
                                                 reenactment of the reaading of the Declaration of
                                                 Independence on July 8.
Bicentennial - Pageants        March 1    1976   Sister Theresa Benedict, a teacher at Notre Dame    Express          p. 14, illus.
                                                 High School, creates colonial costumes.
Bicentennial - Publications   June 29    1976   Easton Express published special historical section. Express

Bicentennial - Quilts         June 7     1976   Easton flag design on quilt created by Ms. Carolyn Express      p. 24, illus.
                                                Strausser and Mrs. Arlene Zengulis. Quilted by
                                                women of St. Pauls Lutheran Church. Later
                                                purchased by Mrs. Zengulis for $319.76 dollars.

Bicentennial - Students       July 2     1976   West Easton teenagers paint the South 24th            Express   p. 17, illus.
                                                bridge in Wilson red, white, and blue.
Bicentennial - Students       May 13     1976   Pupils, in cooperation with D.I.G., are filling empty Express   p. 14, illus.
                                                store windows with their colorful projects.

Bicentennial - Tours          April 3    1976   Visitors to the area can obtain and have stamped     Express    p. 19, illus.
                                                a "Passport to History" booklet. Stamps from 12
                                                different centers qualify a bearer for a
                                                Bicentennial medallion at the Chamber of
                                                Commerce office.
Bicentennial - Wagon Train    June 11    1976   Palmer Township to greet wagon train on June 30.     Express    p. 1, illus.
                                                Route of train is shown.
Bicentennial - Wagon Train    June 30    1976   Wagon train arrives July 1, 1976. Will camp on       Express    p. 1, illus.
                                                grounds of Easton Area High School.
Bicentennial Beauty Contest   April 12   1976   Cynthia Flick of Lower Nazareth Township selected    Express    p. 23, illus.
                                                Miss Bicentennial of Northampton County.

Bicentennial Celebration      Feb. 9     1976   Description of a coloring book designed by a         Express
                                                Williams Township student, Josep Reighn.
Bicentennial Celebrations     July 6     1976   An account of events in the area and of July 4th     Express    p. 1
                                                observances.
Bicentennial Music            April 12   1976   Choral festival held in Kirby Field House, Lafayette Express    p. 23, illus.
                                                College. Conducted by Dr. John D. Raymond.

Blight, Fight the             May 18     1976   Program evaluated on its effectiveness for Easton. Express      p. 17, illus.
                                                Slogan created by Mayor Henry J. Schultz.
Blue Laws                 Dec. 20    1976   Shoppers in Easton area ignore Sunday Blue Law.       Express   p. 1, illus.

Boehm, Edward Marshall    Nov. 19    1976   Porcelain sculptures on display in Palmer Park      Express     p. 12
                                            Mall at Musselman's Jewelers.
Boxing                    Jan. 30    1976   Easton's Larry Holmes scored a technical knockout Express       p. 1, illus.
                                            over Joe Ghoeston in 8th round at Kirby Field
                                            House, Lafayette College. Fans disappointed as
                                            fight is stopped by referee.
Boxing                    May 28     1976   Easton heavyweight boxer Larry Holmes is            Express     p. 27, illus.
                                            featured in the May 31 issue of Sports Illustrated.

Boys Club of Easton       Jan. 14    1976   Account of its work with the education of its         Express   p. A-6, illus.
                                            members.
Braden's Flying Service   April 6    1976   Edwin S. Braden, aviation leader in the Lehigh        Express   p. 17, illus.
                                            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.
Bridges, misc.            April 2    1976   Lower Saucon Township officials asked County          Express   p. 11
                                            Commissioners to remove the historical stone
                                            bridge at Meadow Road, later to replace it. Others
                                            want it preserved.
Bright Family             Aug. 18    1976   James Bright and wife Barbara first African-          Express   p. 21, illus.
                                            Americans to be hired at Easton Area School
                                            District.
Bus Terminals             Oct. 4     1976   Interim depot at 154 Northampton Street was           Express   p. 15
                                            formerly Bennett's Hardware Store
Bus Terminals             Sept. 13   1976   City seeks new site for bus terminal now housed       Express   p. 1
                                            at Hotel Easton which opened Sept. 2, 1975, and
                                            suddenly closed on Friday Sept. 10

Bus Transportation        Oct. 7     1976   Night bus service ends in Easton and Allentown        Express   p. 21
Business - Laundries            Feb. 21     1976   An account of the laundry and dry cleaning firm Express                p. 33, illus.
                                                   Mary MacIntosh Laundry & Dry Cleaning Services

Business - 5 & 10 Cent Stores   Feb. 12 &   1976   Grant's 5 & !0 cent stores in the Easton area to      Easton Express   p. 1
                                13                 close due to company's debts.
Business - 5 & 10 Cent Stores   Feb. 25     1976   Grant's 5 & 10 Cent Stores to close in the Easton     Easton Express   p. 13
                                                   Area due to company's debts.
Business - 5 & 10 Cent Stores   March 31    1976   Grant's 5 & 10 Cent stores in the Easton Area to      Easton Express   p. 1
                                                   close due to company's debts.
Business - 5 & 10 Cent Stores   Nov. 23     1976   Green's 5 & 10 Cent Store to close by Jan. 8          Easton Express   p. 1
                                                   Located at 327 Northampton Street for 45 years.

Business - Banks                Dec. 23     1976   Northampton National Bank to merge with First         Easton Express   p. 1
                                                   National Bank of Allentown.
Business - Banks                March 25    1976   Lafayette Trust Co. opens its 12,000 square foot      Easton Express   p. 7 illus.
                                                   building along South 4th Street.
Business - Banks                March 26    1976   Lafayette Trust Co. opens its 12,000 square foot      Easton Express   p. 16 illus.
                                                   building along South 4th Street consisting of new
                                                   office and drive -in facilities.

Business - Binney & Smith       Aug. 25     1976   Binney & Smith wins "Symbol of Excellence"            Easton Express   p. 38 illus.
                                                   award from Sears, Roebuck and Co.
Business - Binney & Smith       Oct. 2      1976   Binney & Smith places its New York offices in         Easton Express   p. 21 illus.
                                                   Forks Township. New building contains 50,000
                                                   square feet. Description.
Business - Bixler's             June 30     1976   Bixler's to open a jewelry store in downtown          Easton Express   p. 38 illus.
                                                   Bethlehem in October to be located at 512 Main
                                                   St.
Business - Bixler's             Nov. 13     1976   Bixler's Jewelry store in Bethlehem at 512 Main St.   Easton Express   p. 37

Business - Bookstores           Aug. 17     1976   Mayor Schultz vows to remove adult book store         Easton Express   p. 1
                                                   from the town.
Business - Breweries               April 24   1976   Lehigh Valley brewery, F&M Schaefer Brewing       Easton Express       p. 17 illus.
                                                     Company, to double annual beer capacity to fine
                                                     million barrels.
Business - Department Stores       Feb. 6     1976   Hess Brothers Department store chain plans to     Easton Express       p. 1
                                                     open a 15,000 square- foot addition to its Palmer
                                                     Park Mall in the late spring.
Business - Department Stores       June 18    1976   Hess Palmer Malle store acquires a steel-plated   Easton Express       p. 15 illus.
                                                     sculpture for parking lot. 12ft. High by 51/2 ton
                                                     steel-plated orange sculpture spelling LOVE.

Business - Department Stores -     Dec. 23    1976   Last day of Pomeroy Store. City Council begged        Express          illus.
Laubach's                                            owners to stay in Easton. Store was formerly
                                                     Laubach's Dept. Store.
Business - Food Stores             Jan. 10    1976   Tom Bright, owner of Bright's Food Center. Also       Easton Express   p. 34 illus.
                                                     sells "soul food". First blsck member of the Lehigh
                                                     Wholesale Grocery Co.
Business - Food Stores             July 16    1976   Sal Panto and son open new meat market at 700         Easton Express   p. 10 illus.
                                                     Cattell Street.
Business - Gift Stores             Oct. 7     1976   Dennis Gift House. Pennsylvania location at 25th      Easton Express   p. 52 illus.
                                                     Street Shopping Center (former Grant's location).
                                                     Grand opening, Oct. 8
Business - Gift Stores             Oct. 9     1976   Dennis Gift House, Pennsylvania location at 25th      Easton Express   p. 35 illus.
                                                     Street Shopping Center ( former Grant's location).
                                                     Grand opening.
Business - Hardware Stores         Dec. 22    1976   Hay Hardware Store destroyed by fire.                 Easton Express   p. 1 illus.
Business - Hardware Stores         March 13   1976   G. Piscitello & Sons, 2300 Wood St., Wilson is a      Easton Express   p. 29 illus.
                                                     home center and caters to the do-it-yourselfer.

Business - Hardware Stores         March 6    1976   Miller's Hardware Store, 1712 Butler Street is an Easton Express       p. 29 illus.
                                                     old-fashioned business. An account of its business
                                                     since 1928.
Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc.   Dec. 15    1976   Hotel Easton. A brief history. Kitchen to be closed Easton Express     p. 25 illus.
                                                     out due to health inspection by city.
Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc.   Dec. 6     1976   Emery's Restaurant, formerly Trembler's        Easton Express       p. 44 illus.
                                                     Restaurant opened by Thomas and Shirley Emery.

Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc.   Feb. 4     1976   The Charlemagne, a new restaurant located off    Easton Express     p. 33 illus.
                                                     Sunrise Boulevard, Mount Bethel, R.D. 1 operated
                                                     by Dr. Ralph Ginter and wife, Bea.
Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc.   July 10    1976   Swiftwater Inn, now 198 years old. An account of Easton Express     p. 29 illus.
                                                     its history, some of its famous guests.

Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc.   June 17    1976   Pavilion, now reopens as a deafood restaurant.    Easton Express    p. 23
                                                     Renamed The Seafare Pavilion. History of the
                                                     restaurant.
Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc.   March 27   1976   Hotel Lafayette coffee shop sold by owners, Joan Easton Express     p. 33 illus.
                                                     and Harold Kist. An account of their experiences.

Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc.   Nov. 26    1976   Hotel Easton. A brief history.                    Easton Express    p.1

Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc.   Nov. 30    1976   Hotel Easton. A brief history.                    Easton Express    p. 17

Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc.   Oct. 30    1976   Trembler's Restaurant at 7 N. 3rd St. in Centre Easton Express      p. 41 illus.
                                                     Square purchased by Phillipsburg couple, Thelma
                                                     and Shirley Emery. Renamed Emery's Restaurant.

Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc.   Oct. 30    1976   Stockertown Inn, Stockertown, Pa. Inn still has   Easton Express    p. 40 illus.
                                                     the aura of the "old days"/ Was a stagecoach
                                                     stop. Brief history.
Business - Ingersoll-Rand          Jan. 17    1976   Ingersoll-Rand compressors play a major role at a Easton Express    p. 29 illus.
                                                     new stadium in Hawaii - Aloha Stadium.

Business - Ingersoll-Rand          June 3     1976   A special audit of the company discloses payola or Easton Express   p. 1
                                                     illegal, imprpoer or questionable payments in the
                                                     last 5 years.
Business - Insurance               Oct. 4     1976   Lehr, John H. Head of Brown & Williams Insurance Easton Express     p. 1
                                                     Company. Obituary.
Business - Lehigh Inc.          July 9     1976   Establishes the Victaulic company of America; an       Easton Express   p. 19
                                                  iron casting plant on 82 acres in Forks Township.

Business - Mack Printing Co.    July 21    1976   Mack Printing Co. holds 50-year observance of the Express               p. 40
                                                  laying of cornerstone of building. Brief history of
                                                  company.
Business - Motorcycles          May 6      1976   New store for motorcycle sales opens at 1517        Express             p. 46, illus.
                                                  Northampton Street - Pro Sport Kawasaki.

Business - Music & Musicians    Aug. 3     1976   Jazz artist living in Phillipsburg is trying to organize Express        p. 10, illus.
                                                  local talent. Abdul Ali, African American musician,
                                                  has an extensive musical background. He says
                                                  there is no jazz in Easton.

Business - Orr's Department     March 30   1976   Opens restaurant in Orr's Store at Bethlehem -         Express          p. 10, illus.
Store                                             called the Monocacy Room
Business - Paper Industry       Nov. 22    1976   Flock Industries Inc. of Phillipsburg, NJ, has         Express          p. 1, illus.
                                                  explosive blast that injures 5 employees
Business - Petroleum Industry   Dec. 27    1976   Easton fuel agency Veit Oil Co., Inc. sold to Agway    Express          p. 13
                                                  Petroleum of Phillipsburg, NJ
Business - Photography          April 20   1976   Larry Fink of Lower Mt. Bethel Township is noted       Express          p. 8, illus.
                                                  photographer
Business - Plants/Flowers       June 19    1976   The Bloom Room at 247 1/2 Northampton St.              Express          p. 31, illus.
Business - Shopping Malls       Feb. 26    1976   Easton Mall South - a five-store "minimall" will be    Express          p. 2
                                                  constructed by George and Jack Chartier to be
                                                  adjacent to MacDonalds restaurant

Business - Shopping Malls       March 17   1976   Easton Mall South - a five-store "minimall" will be Express             p. 1, illus.
                                                  constructed by George and Jack Chartier to be
                                                  adjacent to MacDonalds restaurant
Business - Shopping Malls          Nov. 16    1976   Easton Mall South - a five-store "minimall" will be Express    p. 17
                                                     constructed by George and Jack Chartier to be
                                                     adjacent to MacDonalds restaurant

Business - Shopping Malls          Oct. 2     1976   Lehigh Valley Shopping Mall has grand opening set Express      p. 21, illus.
                                                     for Oct. 5. Description of various stores.

Business - Shopping Malls          Oct. 25    1976   Opening of new store at Hillcrest Mall - Channel Express       p. 1, illus.
                                                     Home Center. Has Henri LaMothe, daredevil diver,
                                                     as part of grand opening.
Business - SI Handling Systems, July 21       1976   Forks Township plant has developed a                 Express   p. 21, illus.
Inc.                                                 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.

Business - Slate Industry          April 9    1976   Flory company in Bangor were pioneers in the      Express      p. 11, illus.
                                                     industry
Business - Sports                  Oct. 9     1976   Mountain Shop. Forks speciality shop on Route     Express      p. 35, illus.
                                                     115 caters to sports of the great outdoors. Owner
                                                     teaches Wilderness classes at Community College.

Business - Taylor-Wharton Co.      Nov. 11    1976   Palmer Township Bicentennial Committee and        Express      p. 23, illus.
                                                     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.
Business - Upholsterers            May 19     1976   Easton Upholstery celebrates 50 years in business Express      p. 22, illus.

Business - Victor Balata Belting   April 13   1976   Wilson Borough firm received this year's            Express    p. 92, illus.
Co.                                                  Distinguished Citizens Award from Easton Sales
                                                     and Marketing Executives. Brief history.
Business - Welding               June 12    1976   P. H. Barron Welding shop at 684 Northampton St. Express              p. 1, illus.
                                                   robbed.
Businesses - J. T. Baker Chemical Feb. 20   1976   Fire guts historical Baker Warehouse.            Easton Express       p. 1, illus.
Company
Caflin, Francis P.                July 3    1976   Flag (15 x 25 ft ) given to him on EHS graduation in Easton Express   p. 1 illus
                                                   1925 displayed in july on hallway wall at court
                                                   house. His birthday was july 4.

Canals and canaling              Dec. 23    1976   Replica of canal boat made in Wayne County is          Express        p. 1, illus.
                                                   made for Lehigh Canal to sail up and down in Hugh
                                                   Moore Parkway
Candle (Centre Square)           Feb. 6     1976   Peace Candle not put up for Christmas 1975 due         Express        p. 18
                                                   to improvements at the circle. Repairs to the
                                                   candle to be estimated at $3,000 - $4,000 before
                                                   erecting another year.
Candle (Centre Square)           Nov. 5     1976   Peace Candle to be put up this year after a year's     Express        p. 17, illus.
                                                   absence. A remodeling job was necessary to make
                                                   it usable.
Carter, Jimmy                    April 19   1976   Presidential candidate opens office on 2nd floor of    Express        p. 22
                                                   the Jacob Mayer building in Centre Square

Carter, Jimmy                    April 9    1976   Visits Northampton Community Center as a guest         Express        p. 1, illus.
                                                   of the Northampton County Democratic
                                                   Committee fund raising dinner.
Cemeteries                       June 1     1976   County Commissioners maintain a cemetery in            Express        p. 19
                                                   Lower Nazareth Township for burial of inmates
                                                   who leave no relations. Formerly called Potters
                                                   Field..
Centre Square                    March 18   1976   Someone with the spirit of St. Patrick's Day           Express        p. 1
                                                   contributed a quantity of green dye to the pool in
                                                   Centre Square.
Centre Square - Trees            May 20     1976   High wind fells a 60-foot tree in the Circle. It was   Express        p. 21
                                                   the oldest and the largest in the Circle.
Cheese                           Nov. 20    1976   Calandra family are cheesemakers. Plant located      Express          p. 33, illus.
                                                   in Upper Nazareth Township.
Chess                            Oct. 15    1976   Eastonian Timothy W. Taylor won PA Chess             Express          p. 12
                                                   Championship in Philadelphia
Churches - Baptist               Sept. 20   1976   Shiloh Baptist Church - dedicated new church at      Easton Express   p. 23 illus.
                                                   Mauch Chunk and Reynolds street.
Churches - Episcopal             June 2     1976   Trinity Episcopal Church observes "Pet Sunday".      Easton Express   p. 6 illus.

Churches - Lutheran - Arndt's    July 12    1976   Arndt's Lutheran Church marks the church's        Easton Express      p. 11 illus.
                                                   sesquicentennial and founders day with
                                                   ceremonies on July 11, 1976.
Churches - Reformed              Sept. 25   1976   Rev. Frederick W. Shafer marks 40 years pastorate Express             p. 9
                                                   to St. Peter's United Church of Christ

Churches - St. Anthony's         May 18     1976   St. Anthony's Church seeking friends to aide Italian Easton Express   p. 19
                                                   quake victims.
Churches - St. John's Lutheran   June 1     1976   An account of the church's Senior Citizen Center. Easton Express      p. 10 illus.

Clothing Stores                  Aug. 16    1976   Mon-Tot Specialities -- a maternity and children's                    p. 28
                                                   clothing store opens at 408 Northampton St. at
                                                   the former location of the Eagle Youth Centre.

Clothing Stores                  Sept. 3    1976   London Shop: Men's clothing store in downtown Express-Times           p. 7, illus.
                                                   Easton plans to stay in its new quarters at 339
                                                   Northampton St.
Clothing Trade                   Jan. 17    1976   Country Miss:                                   Express-Times         p. 34, illus.
                                                   Women's apparel in Forks Township does first-
                                                   rate quality operations. Description of firm's
                                                   operation.
Clubs - American Association of May 18      1976   The Easton branch celebrates 50 years on May    Easton Express        P. 13 illus.
University Women                                   18th with a dinner at Northampton County
                                                   Country Club. Brief history.
Clubs - Eagles            May 25     1976   Club of Forks Township has its license suspended   Easton Express   P. 17
                                            for 60 days. It had presented lewd and immoral
                                            performances
Clubs - Woman's           Feb. 2     1976   Woman's club of Easton observes its 75 years of    Easton Express   P. 10 Illus.
                                            service to the community. Brief history of
                                            organization.
Clubs -Sertoma            Jan. 13    1976   Honors Tillie Euphemia Shive, former Easton        Easton Express   P. 13 Illus.
                                            Elementary teacher.
Cohen, Peter              October 22 1976   Artist paints "Dance of Liberty" on South Bank     Easton Express   P. 8 Illus.
                                            Street Mall wall as a Bicentennial Project

Cohen, Peter              Sept. 27   1976   Artist paints "Dance of Liberty" on South Bank     Easton Express   P. 15 Illus.
                                            Street Mall wall as a Bicentennial Project

Columbus Day              October 11 1976   Two statues of Columbus wreathed by Knights of Easton Express       P. 9 Illus.
                                            Columbus. Statue at Sts. Philip and James School
                                            and in Riverside Park
Community Art League      April 21   1976   An account of the Community Art League of          Easton Express   p. 13
                                            Easton, its history and its work in the community.

Computers                 July 21    1976   Forks township plant, S.I. Handling Systems, Inc., Easton Express   P. 21 Illus.
                                            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.

Concord Chamber Singers   May 25     1976   Founded in Belvidere in 1968 by Blaine Shover.     Easton Express   P. 10 Illus.
                                            An account of the history of the group.

ConRail                   March 31   1976   Valley railroad executive, Robert C.Haldeman       Easton Express   P. 1 Illus.
                                            views it as a disaster for the area.
Court House - New               Dec. 16   1976    Time capsule behind the datestone (1860) of the Easton Express          P. 1 Illus.
                                                  courthouse opened. Artifacts listed.
Court House - New               July 3    1976    A 15X25 foot U.S. Flag owned by Francis P. Caflin Easton Express        P. 1 Illus.
                                                  displayed on wall of hallway. Flag was a
                                                  graduation present when he graduated EHS 1925.

Court House - New - Expansion   October 20 1976   Courthouse construction of parking garage in          Easton Express    P. 13 Illus.
                                                  trouble. Commissioners will not accept the
                                                  $150,000 concrete deck slabs that are 4 inches
                                                  too short.
Courtesy Patrol                 July 29   1976    Patrol of young people employed by the city to        Easton Express    P. 21 Illus.
                                                  feed nickels in overtime parking meters-to
                                                  encourage shopping downtown.
Courtesy Patrol                 June 10   1976    Young students hired under the Federal Lehigh         Easton Express    P. 21
                                                  Valley Manpower Program to provide information
                                                  in the downtown area of Easton. Nine week
                                                  program.
Crime - Drugs                   Dec. 13   1976    Eight arrested in Pocono raid.                        Easton Express    p. 1
Crime - Drugs                   Dec. 14   1976    Eight arrested in Pocono raid.                        Easton Express    p. 1, illus.
Dairy Plants                    July 26   1976    Stocker Brothers Dairy.                               Easton Express    p. 1
                                                  Frederick L. Stocker, secretary and treasurer of
                                                  the firm killed in a one-car accident.
Deafness                        May 3     1976    The Larry Jarret House, 419 March St., functions in   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.

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   DIG joins in bridge protest over both bridges (free   Express          p. 1, illus.
                                            and toll) being repaired at the same time.
                                            Merchants and businessmen lodged formal
                                            complaint.
Delaware River - Bridge   Sept. 28   1976   DIG joins in bridge protest over both bridges (free   Express          p. 1
                                            and toll) being repaired at the same time.
                                            Merchants and businessmen lodged formal
                                            complaint.
Department Stores         Aug. 28    1976   Bamberger Store: Firm opens 3rd store in Pa. in       Easton Express   p. 17, illus.
                                            Lehigh Valley Mall at Whitehall Mall in Whitehall
                                            Township at the intersection of Route 22 and
                                            MacArthur Wood.
Department Stores         Dec. 23    1976   Pomeroy's: Last day of sales December 24. To          Easton Express   p. 1, illus.
                                            close on Christmas Eve.
Department Stores         Sept. 10   1976   Pomeroy's: West Wall of store in the South Bank       Easton Express   p. 9, illus.
                                            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.
District Attorneys        Dec. 1     1976   Northampton Co. DA John E. Gallagher requests         Express          p. 15
                                            that it be a full-time position - salary $44,000.

District Attorneys        Nov. 10    1976   Northampton Co. DA John E. Gallagher requests         Express          p. 15
                                            that it be a full-time position - salary $44,000

District Attorneys        Oct. 28    1976   Northampton Co. DA John E. Gallagher requests         Express          p. 27
                                            that it be a full-time position - salary $44,000.

Doctors                   23 Dec.    1976   Obituary of Dr. Robert Steward, Easton            Easton Express       p. 16, illus.
                                            pediatrician for 25 years.
Dogs                      April 21   1976   Mount Bethel has a tv star named Harold - a great Express              p. 25, illus.
                                            dane
Douglas, Stephen A.       Feb. 27    1976   Spoke in Easton during presidential campaign of Express
                                            1860
Downtown Improvement Group May 18          1976   New Chairman Fred A. Williams hopes to revive        Express          p. 17, illus.
(DIG)                                             market in square
Durham Township            Feb. 10         1976   An account of the Snug Haven Inn on Route 611.       Express          p. 7, illus.
                                                  Now owned by Darryl & Hank Billemery
Easton Armory                    Jan. 26   1976   Plaques removed from Armory given to                 Easton Express   p. 15, illus.
                                                  Northampton County Historical Society. Plaques
                                                  contain list of names of men who served in local
                                                  guard unit in Worls War I.
Easton Express - Employees       Jan. 2    1976   Edward P. Kennedy, veteran reporter, retires after   Easton Express   p. 1, illus
                                                  32 years of service; honored by Mayor Ashton
                                                  when he declared "Edward P. Kennedy Day" in
                                                  Easton.
Easton Express - Employees       July 20   1976   Former editor Joseph H. Adleman dies.                Easton Express   p. 1, illus
Easton Hospital - Health Care    July 29   1976   Initiates Home Health Care Plan in cooperation       Easton Express   p. 24
Plan                                              with visiting Nurse Association and Northampton
                                                  County Homemaker Health Aide Service.

Easton Hospital - Intensive Care Jan. 13   1976   10-bed intensive care unit opened.                   Express          p. 18, illus

Easton Hospital - Malpractice    May 15    1976   Surgical clamp left inside Hellertown man. Sues      Easton Express   p. 1
                                                  Easton Hospital. Jerry Kardos wins case, 25
                                                  thousand dollars.
Easton Hospital - thermometers Dec. 16     1976   Easton Hospital to use disposable temperature        Easton Express   p.57 illus.
                                                  thermometers
Easton Hospital - Volunteers     May 13    1976   Mrs.Leo Rosenbaum honored for 50 years of            Easton Express   p. 14 illus.
                                                  service to the hospital.
Easton Hospital -Patients        May 15    1976   Surgical clamp left inside Hellertown man. Jerry     Easton Express   p. 1
                                                  Kardos sues Easton Hospital and wins case,25
                                                  thousand dollars.
Easton Neighborhood Centers      Aug. 5    1976   32 Children picket for ENC at Delaware Unity Way     Easton Express   p.1 9, illus
                                                  Office at 214 Bushkill Street because the center
                                                  was being cut from United Fund.
Easton Public Library            Oct 11    1976     Large tree crashes over two carsmin library        Easton Express   P. 1 Ilus.
Building                                          parking lot. Day of 60 mile per hour winds.
Easton, City of - Business         May 7      1976   The city's new Commercial Action and Residential Express             p. 11
                                                     Development task force want a nickname to
                                                     enliven Easton's image. Several names listed.

Easton, City of - City Hall        Dec. 7     1976   Mayor's office and other offices are redecorated   Express           p. 19
                                                     at a cost of $275,000
Easton, City of - Employees        May 25     1976   Identification cards bearing photographs and       Express           p. 18
                                                     fingerprints issued to all Easton employees

Easton, City of - Historic         Dec. 1     1976   Easton, PA, historic downtown area designated by Express             p. 1, illus.
Preservation                                         executive director Vance Packard Jr. of PA Historic
                                                     Preservation, a branch of PA Historical and
                                                     Museum Commission

Easton, City of - Mayors           April 13   1976   Mayor Schultz said his office door is always open. Express           p. 17, illus.
                                                     Brief account of mayor's activitties since taking
                                                     office.
Easton, City of - Police Dept. -   Dec. 3     1976   Area police have mixed reviews to the 10-year-old Express            p. 13, illus.
Law enforcement                                      Mirando rule. Identification card takes its name
                                                     from Ernesto Mirando.
Easton, City of - Redevelopment Jan. 22       1976   Mayor Ashton appointed members to the Easton Express                 p. 1
                                                     Redevelopment Authority on next to last day of
                                                     his term of office. New Mayor Schultz makes new
                                                     appointments. Solicitors back Schultz's choices.

Easton, City of - Redevelopment Sept. 25      1976   Urban renewal project of Riverside Drive officially Easton Express   p. 17
                                                     ends
Easton, City of - Streets - Fourth Jan. 31    1976   Ferry St. at 4th - merchants on that block are      Express          p. 28, illus.
Street                                               proud of the location
Easton, City of - Streets - Union June 25      1976   Utility poles lifted from South Union St. Had been Express    p. 11, illus.
Street                                                controversy when street had been widened under
                                                      courthouse area renewal project. Mayor Schultz
                                                      "helped" to remove poles with aid of
                                                      Metropolitan Edison Co. crane.

Easton, City of - Streets - Bank    Oct. 22    1976   Mall wall has mural "Dance of Liberty" created by Express     p. 8, illus.
Street                                                artist Peter Cohen and volunteers from DIG and
                                                      South Side neighborhood center

Easton, City of - Streets - Bank    Sept. 27   1976   Mall wall has mural "Dance of Liberty" created by Express     p. 15, illus.
Street                                                artist Peter Cohen and volunteers from DIG and
                                                      South Side neighborhood cneter

Easton, City of - Streets - Church June 3      1976   Plans for the widening of Church St. between N. Express       p. 1, illus.
Street                                                3rd and 4th Streets to provide 12-foot lanes for
                                                      through traffic, parking spaces, and loading zones.

Easton, City of - Streets - Names Jan. 28      1976   Easton City Council agreed to rename Ferry Street Express     p. 2
                                                      during 1976 after the first American to die in the
                                                      Revolution - Crispus Attucks, a runaway African-
                                                      American slave killed on March 5, 1770, in Boston
                                                      Massacre.
Easton, City of - Streets -         March 27   1976   The first sidewalk was built for the convenience of Express   p. 33
Sidewalks                                             tavern customers of Opp's Tavern at 4th &
                                                      Northampton Streets. Ran from tavern to
                                                      Courthouse in Centre Square.

Easton, City of - Streets - Third   April 20   1976   Penn DOT plans for reconstructing and widening Express        p. 1, map p.
Street                                                South Third St. Bridge. Expected to cost $2 million.          13
                                                      Also outline of street projects for South Easton.

Easton, City of - Traffic           Oct. 1     1976   Traffic changes planned by Penn DOT for            Express    p. 11
                                                      downtown Easton and College Hill
Easton, City of - Traffic        Oct. 5      1976   Penn DOT circle plan of traffic to be aired at       Express          p. 16
                                                    hearing at public library
Easton, City of - Traffic        Sept. 29    1976   Traffic changes planned by Penn DOT for              Express          p. 13
                                                    downtown Easton and College Hill
Easton, South - Bicentennial     July 27     1976   South Easton celebrates the bicentennial by          Express          p. 13, illus.
                                                    "salute to public servants."
Easton, South - Bicentennial     July 28     1976   South Easton celebrates the Bicentennial at Heil     Express          p. 13, illus.
                                                    Park
Education - Athletics            April 23    1976   Retired trainers, Babe Michler and George            Easton Express   p. 19 illus.
                                                    Andrews honored by Varsity E Club.
Education - Athletics            April 26    1976   Retired trainers, Babe Michler and George            Easton Express   p. 27 illus.
                                                    Andrews honored by Varsity E Club.
Education - Bands                May 14      1976   Easton Area High School band gets new marching       Easton Express   p. 9 illus.
                                                    and concert uniforms.
Education - Bands                Sept. 17,   1976   Third annual Band Festival held by EAHS Band         Easton Express   p. 19 illus.
                                 1976               called
                                                    First Flag Over the United Colonies Band Festival.
                                                    8 bands to compete.
Education - Curriculum - Spanish Aug. 9      1976   Easton Area High School Spanish teacher, Richard     Easton Express   p. 19 illus.
                                                    Shipp, Jr. conducts cultural program by summer
                                                    study program for students in Mexico.

Education - Dramatics            Jan. 27     1976   Easton Area High School will present an original     Easton Express   p. 32
                                                    nusical comedy "Paragon!" written by Janet S.
                                                    Heller, English teacher and lyrics by EAHS Junior
                                                    Gary Schocker. Performances Feb. 5-7.

Education - Dramatics            Oct. 2      1976    EAHS pupil and teacher collaborate on musical       Easton Express   p. 17 illus.
                                                    "Busy Bodies". Janet Heller, English teacher and
                                                    student Gary Schocker - Heller wrote book,
                                                    Schocker composed the songs.
Education - Easton Junior High   Jan. 20     1976   Renobation plan for the school proposed. To          Easton Express   p. 17 illus.
School                                              become a middle school for 6th and 7th grades.
                                                    Estimated cost $4, 345, 000.
Education - March School       Feb. 20     1976   March School prepares a change in enrollment.          Easton Express   p. 17 illus.
                                                  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.

Education - Northampton       Nov. 3       1976   Dr. Richard C. Richardson, Jr., its first president,   Easton Express   p. 11 illus.
County Area Community College                     plans to leave for a post in Arizona.

Education - Northampton        June 25     1976   Metal sculpture created by Paul Harryn, a 1975         Easton Express   illus.
County Area Community                             graduate, placed in courtyard.
College.
Encaphalitis                   April 2     1976   Virus is active in the Pocono area.                    Express          p. 1
Family Service Association     March 5     1976   Social Security League has its name changed.           Easton Express

Farley, James                  June 10     1976   Obit. June 10, 1976. Spoke in Easton on April 20, Easton Express        p. 41
                                                  1937 at the height of the New Deal. He dedicated
                                                  Easton's $250,000 Post Office addition.
                                                  Postmaster Henry C. Schultz, introduced Farley.

Fasting                        Jan. 9      1976   Two Easton men, Frank D'Angelo, and Guy Gray         Easton Express     p. 17, illus
                                                  fast during holiday week in Georgia for world's
                                                  hungry.
Federal Credit Union           March 8     1976   Operated by Easton Area Neighborhood Center- Easton Express             P. 19
                                                  an account of its activities. Also under: South Side
                                                  Neighborhood Center.
Fermor-Hesketh, Lady and Lord July 9, 10   1976   Lady Christina, widow of Lord Hesketh and sons       Easton Express
                                                  part of Easton's Bicentennial Festivities.

Fires                          Feb. 5      1976   Al's Beef House at 14 N. 3rd. St. and other            Express          p. 13
                                                  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.
Fires                           Jan. 16   1976   Al's Beef House at 14 N. 3rd. St. and other         Express           p. 1, illus
                                                 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.
Firth, Florence                 March 1   1976   Retired Phillipsburg school teacher taught in       Easton Express    p. 20
                                                 Hawaii. She was a poet. Obit.
Flag - Stamp                    July 7    1976   John Cassidy has published a business-sized         Easton Express    p. 21, illus
                                                 envelope bearing a portrait of George Taylor. If
                                                 U.S. Government accepts Easton Flag as a stamp -
                                                 these envelopes should be used.

Flags                           Feb. 16   1976   Easton flag presented to President Gerald Ford by Easton Express      p. 13, illus
                                                 Easton School Band at Fort Myers.
Flags                           June 30   1976   Easton flag presented by Donald Diehl, Easton     Easton Express      p. 1, illus
                                                 Express editor to area congressman and a
                                                 presidential assistant. Ceremonies held in U.S.
                                                 Senator Hugh Scott's office in Washington.

Flu - 1918                      Dec. 14   1976   An account of the World War I disease and its toll Easton Express     p. 29
                                                 on the Easton area and Phillipsburg area. Jim
                                                 Shelly writes the story in his column.

Folk Singer                     Oct. 5    1976   Judy Collins. Folk singer appears at Lafayette     Easton Express     p. 17, illus
                                                 College.
Forks Township - Bicentennial   Aug. 10   1976   Due to breach of interest by township residents    Easton Express     p. 17
                                                 toward a Bicentennial Parade, the committee
                                                 rescheduled the parade as a Fireman's Parade.

Forks Township - Bicentennial   Aug. 23   1976   Celebrates Forks Township Heritage day with          Easton Express   p. 19
                                                 parade and festivities.
Freedom Train                   Aug. 27   1976   Visit of the train to Bethlehem pakced in visitors - Easton Express   p. 1, illus
                                                 6000 persons wait in line for 3 hours to view it.
Freedom Train           Aug. 28    1976   Visit of the train to Bethlehem pakced in visitors - Easton Express   p. 17
                                          6000 persons wait in line for 3 hours to view it.

Freedom Train           July 23    1976   Visit of the train to Bethlehem pakced in visitors - Easton Express   p. 9
                                          6000 persons wait in line for 3 hours to view it.

Games                   Aug. 28    1976   "Throwing Star" is either a dart game or lethal    Easton Express     p. 17, illus
                                          weapon. Item manufactured in Allentown is
                                          declared a lethal weapon by state officials.

Glendon - Police        April 2    1976   Borough to abolish its two-man, part-time police   Express            p. 9
                                          force. Would rely on State Police patrols.

Glendon - Police        Jan. 9     1976   Glendon Borough Civic Association gives Glendon Easton Express        p. 18, illus
                                          its first police car.
Go-Go Dancers           Sept. 18   1976   Male and female go-go dancers perform at lounge Easton Express        p. 27, illus
                                          - "we were lounge" in Bloomsbury, N.J.

Gracedale - Cemetery    June 1     1976   County Commissioners maintain a cemetery in        Easton Express     p. 19
                                          Lower Nazareth Township for burial of inmates
                                          who leave no relations. Formerly called Potters
                                          Field.
Gracedale - Standards   Nov. 6     1976   Institution opened in February will need further   Easton Express     p. 17
                                          renovations. County Commissioners are irked.

Gracedale - Standards   Oct. 7     1976   Institution opened in February will need further   Easton Express     p. 21
                                          renovations. County Commissioners are irked.

Gracedale - Standards   Sept. 16   1976   Institution opened in February will need further   Easton Express     p. 213
                                          renovations. County Commissioners are irked.

Gracedale - Standards   Sept. 27   1976   Institution opened in February will need further   Easton Express     p. 15, illus
                                          renovations. County Commissioners are irked.
Greeks                            Oct. 20   1976   The 4th annual Greek festival of the Community of Easton Express        p. 25, illus
                                                   Annunciation Hellenic Orthodox Church at 20th
                                                   and Hay Streets, Wilson.

Guitar                            Nov. 15   1976   Eddie Alkire finally gets his dream - an Electric      Easton Express   p. 6, illus
                                                   Hawaiian Guitar.
Hay's Cemetery                    Aug. 25   1976   Vandals damage many tombstones dating from             Easton Express   p. 15, illus
                                                   Revolutionary times.
Health and Building Codes         Dec. 14   1976   Health and building codes are being enforced by        Easton Express   p. 11
                                                   city of Easton. Many restaurants, taverns and
                                                   eating places are being inspected.

Horses                            July 3    1976   Lower Mt. Bethel Couple: Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Leh        Easton Express   p. 29, illus
                                                   own and operate a quarterhorse farm.
Housing - S. 3rd & Ferry Streets Nov. 10    1976   Chartiers, N.Y. firm plan a high-rise senior citizen   Easton Express   p. 15
                                                   apartment complex at South Third and Ferry
                                                   Streets. To cost $4 million; 10 stories high; 100
                                                   single-bedroom apartments.

Hugh Moore Parkway -              Dec. 21   1976   A 15 ft. canal freight boat is to lie placed in the Easton Express      p. 1
Canalboat                                          Lehigh Canal for use in the Parkway. The redwood
                                                   boat cost $10,000 and was made in Wayne
                                                   County.
Jacobsburg - Historical Society   Aug. 18   1976   Project by Jacobsburg Historical Society to         Easton Express      p. 14, illus
                                                   excavate 19th century tannery.
Journalists                       Aug. 4    1976   Swedish journalists: Ms. Christina Paemgren and Easton Express          p. 13, illus
                                                   Neil Goldstein visit Easton, take pictures of
                                                   Northampton Street and its citizens. To be
                                                   published in Swedish magazine "VI."

Jury Duty                         Feb. 21   1976   Selection changed in 1971 - names now selected         Express          p. 13, illus
                                                   at random. An account of the process.
Juvenile Home                       June 24    1976   Designed as a temporary shelter for only a 72      Easton Express   p. 21
                                                      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.

Kayak Racing in Hugh Moore          Oct. 14    1976   Easton could become home of one of the top         Easton Express   p. 21, illus
Park                                                  whitewater areas. Race held on a section of
                                                      Lehigh Canal and Lehigh River.
Kennedy, Edward P.                  Jan. 2     1976   Edward P. Kennedy, veteran reporter, retires after Easton Express   p. 1, illus
                                                      32 years service; honored by Mayor Ashton when
                                                      he declared "Edward P. Kennedy Day" in Easton.

Knight, Eric                        May 5      1976   Author's widow speaks to the 7th grade at Easton   Easton Express   p. 13
                                                      Area Junior High School.
Lafayette College - Housing         April 29   1976   Construction of 38 dwelling units being            Express
                                                      constructed on Sullivans Lane for war veterans
                                                      attending Lafayette College.
Lafayette College - Kirby Field     Feb. 12    1976   Field House street parking is a problem for        Express          p. 6
House                                                 neighbors.
Lafayette College - Kirby Field     March 3    1976   Field House street parking is a problem for        Express          p. 21, illus.
House                                                 neighbors.
Lafayette College - Radio Station   Dec. 3     1976   Radio station in Hogg Hall is a 10-watt station    Express          p. 13, illus.
WJRH                                                  manned by students.
Lafayette College - Visitors        June 7     1976   U. S. Sec. of Treasury William E. Simon delivers   Express          p. 1, illus.
                                                      commencement address.
Lebanese - Easton, PA               April 1    1976   Under the leadership of Raymond Baurkot,           Express          p. 1
                                                      Lebanese-Americans of Easton plan to meet U.N.
                                                      Ambassador William Scranton concering the
                                                      peace-keeping force in Lebanon.

Lehigh Valley Legal Services Inc. June 17      1976   Agency switched from paid personnel to volunteer Express            p. 23
                                                      workers. An account of its past services.
Little Stone House        Feb. 26    1976   Museum leased to Easton group for preservation       Express          p. 13, illus.

Little Stone House        June 10    1976   Students of 3rd grade at Hay School, Wilson, make    Express          P. 11, illus.
                                            an afghan for the Little Stone House.
Little Stone House        Nov. 30    1976   House at 5th and Ferry Streets has been entered      Express          p.1 & 17,
                                            in the PA Inventory of Historic Places. An account                    illus.
                                            of its history.
Lower Mt. Bethel          April 20   1976   Larry Fink of Lower Mt. Bethel Township is a         Express          p. 8, illus.
                                            noted photographer.
Lower Mt. Bethel          Oct. 20    1976   Residents of the Township are firm in their fight    Express          p. 1
                                            toward the proposed Little Martins Creek
                                            Reservoir.
Macing                    Jan. 2     1976   Northampton County Prothonotary, Ernest J.           Easton Express   p. 1
                                            DiSalvatore accused of macing his employees.
                                            Arraigned before magistrate David Reibman.

Macing                    Jan. 3     1976   Northampton County Prothonotary, Ernest J.           Easton Express   p. 1, illus
                                            DiSalvatore accused of macing his employees.
                                            Arraigned before magistrate David Reibman.

Mauch Chunk               April 3    1976   Name of first white child born in Mauch Chunk --     Easton Express   p. 3
                                            Josiah White Erskine Hazard George Augustus
                                            Frederick Otto Brink.
Meck, Dr. Allan S.        Feb. 28    1976   Former Pastor of St. Mark's Reformed Church -        Express          p. 6
                                            obit.
Meilinger, James J. Jr.   July 26    1976   Meilinger, James J. Jr. says: Death threats forced   Easton Express   p. 1, illus
                                            him to seek refuge in Canada after dumping his
                                            airplane in Delaware River.
Memorial Day              June 1     1976   Parade scheduled for Sunday morning by Veterans      Easton Express   p. 17
                                            groups. Church officials objected to day and hour.
                                            Most church attendance was not hampered by
                                            parade.
Meyner, Helen S.          June 7     1976   Receives honorary degree of doctor of laws from      Easton Express   p. 19, illus
                                            Lafayette College.
Meyner, Robert               Oct. 22    1976    Former Governor of New Jersey ordered by state        Easton Express    p. 1
                                                to repay $48,000 in pension funds.
Meyner, Robert               Sept. 16   1976    Former Governor of New Jersey ordered by state        Easton Express    p. 1
                                                to repay $48,000 in pension funds.
Millbrook, N.J.              Oct. 4     1976    Village life recreated and town preserved through     Easton Express    p. 15, illus
                                                the Millbrook Village Society and the National
                                                Park Service.
Money - 2 Dollar Bills       April 12   1976    Residents of the area rush to obtain 2 dollar bills   Easton Express    p. 1, illus
                                                put in circulation. The bill was discontinued in
                                                1966.
Money - 2 Dollar Bills       April 14   1976    Residents of the area rush to obtain 2 dollar bills   Easton Express    p. 1
                                                put in circulation. The bill was discontinued in
                                                1966.
Monument - Spanish American June 12     1976    Monument on lawn of County Prison marked by           Easton Express    p. 4, illus
War                                             vandals.
Murder                      Feb. 13     1976    Czech murder-suicide--Karel Zigka and wife from       Easton Express    p. 1
                                                the Czech mission in New York City. Story told by
                                                Joseph Frolik, a Czech intelligence agent.

Murder                       June 8 - 22 1976   The Laros murder.                                     Easton Sentinel

Nazareth, Pa. - Lottery      June 26    1976    Stanley E. Werkheiser won 100,000 dollars in the      Easton Express    p. 17
                                                Pa. lottery.
Nevin Family                 April 7    1976    Obituary of Samuel Williamson Nevin.                  Easton Express    p. 6, illus
North. Co. Country Clubs     July 31    1976    Opening of the country club's new golf course.        Easton Express    p. 29

Northampton Co., PA - Home   April 12   1976    Home rule charter ready for distribution to           Express           p. 23, illus.
Rule Charter                                    citizens of the area
Northampton Co., PA - Home   July 2     1976    Code team to start work July 20                       Express           p. 17
Rule Charter
Northampton Co., PA - Prison -   June 25    1976   College classes by Northampton Area Community Express                    p. 11
Education                                          College for prisoners to be set and planned.
                                                   Favored by Bechtel but not Hemstreet,
                                                   Northampton County Commissioner

Nuclear Fallout                  Oct. 8     1976   Fallout scare in Lehigh Valley area.                Easton Express       p. 21
Operation Rice Bowl              March 13   1976   Area churches participating in helping the world's Express               p. 16, illus
                                                   starving. Easton area banks are cooperating by
                                                   distributing envelopes at their banking facilities.

Oxford, N.J.                     May 22     1976   Mattress king, Jim Bray gets into difficulty with his   Easton Express   p. 15
                                                   flamboyant advertisements. Called women of the
                                                   area fat.
PA Dept. of Health               June 2     1976   Opens Easton State Health Center at 123 N. 2nd          Easton Express   p. 13
                                                   St., formerly located in Bethlehem.
Pa. Lottery                      June 26    1976   Stanley E. Werkheiser won 100,000 dollars in the        Easton Express   p. 17
                                                   Pa. lottery
Packard, Vance, Jr.              Dec. 1     1976   Director of Pa. Historic Preservation, Pa. Historical   Easton Express   p. 1, illus
                                                   and Museum Commission. Visits Easton.
                                                   Designates the downtown area as a historic
                                                   district.
Palmer Mall                      Oct. 1     1976   Afro-American Day observed on Oct. 2, 1976.             Easton Express   p. 27

Palmer Township - Bicentennial Feb. 26      1976   Bicentennial Commission of the township has             Express          p. 1, illus
                                                   arranged for the Wagon train to stopover in the
                                                   Easton Area in June.
Palmer Township - Bicentennial July 19      1976   Observance of Bicentennial Parade and ox roast.         Easton Express   p. 12, illus

Palmer Township - Bicentennial Nov. 11      1976   Palmer Township Bicentennial Committee and              Easton Express   p. 23, illus
                                                   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.
Palmer Township - Bicentennial Nov. 18         1976   The first annual Palmer Booster Award presented Easton Express        p. 52, illus
                                                      to Mrs. Geraldine Felver for her service as
                                                      Chairwoman of the township's Bicentennial
                                                      Committee.
Palmer Township - Bicentennial Nov. 29         1976   Buries the township's Bicentennial time capsule   Easton Express      p. 12, illus
                                                      with ceremonies in Fairview Park.
Palmer Township - Bicycles          May 26     1976   Establishes a bike route throughout the township. Easton Express      p. 14, illus

Palmer Township - Historical        May 6      1976   Palmer Township Historical Society holds party to Easton Express      p. 24, illus
Society                                               celebrate township's 119th birthday.

Palmer Township - Parks             Aug. 25    1976   Supervisors vote to support the development of a Easton Express       p. 15
                                                      95 acre industrial park in the northern section of
                                                      the township.
Palmer Township - Schools           March 25   1976   Students post signs renaming hallways and rooms Express               p. 12, illus
                                                      in honor of the Bicentennial. Palmer Township Fife
                                                      and Drum Corps play early American music and
                                                      paraded through the halls.

Parking Garage                      Sept. 22   1976   Plans for an indoor mall in the commercial space Easton Express       p. 13, illus
                                                      of the parking garage unveiled.
Parks - Easton                      Aug. 4     1976   Condran, Hackett, and other parks are vandalized. Easton Express      p. 13, illus
                                                      Mayor curtails park hours.
Phillipsburg High School -          June 29    1976   Class of 1926 holds reunion.                      Easton Express      p. 10, illus
Alumni
Phillipsburg High School -          June 10    1976   Walt Miller, coach, retires. An account of his       Easton Express   p. 32, illus
Faculty                                               career.
Phillipsburg High School -          Oct. 9     1976   A day in the life of a typical senior.               Easton Express   p. 19, illus
Students
Phillipsburg, N.J. - Bicentennial   May 5      1976   Parking meters, all 234, are to be red, white, and   Easton Express   p. 13
                                                      blue star studded hats. Cost $840.
Phillipsburg, N.J. - Chamber of   May 13     1976   Phillipsburg Chamber of Commerce honors            Easton Express    p. 25, illus
Commerce                                            William E. Danyczek of Koh-I-Noor Rapidograph
                                                    Inc., as "Outstanding citizen of year."

Phillipsburg, N.J. - Clubs        Nov. 29    1976   Elks Lodge, Phillipsburg, N.J. Lodge #395 dedicated Easton Express   p. 12, illus
                                                    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.

Phillipsburg, N.J. - Fire Dept.   March 29   1976   Officials break ground for new firehouse. Brief    Easton Express    p. 17
                                                    history of fire companies in Phillipsburg.

Phillipsburg, N.J. - Fire Dept.   Nov. 24    1976   Lincoln Engine Company has 21st annual banquet. Easton Express       p. 54, illus
                                                    Honors Pat DiPalma and Lee Bowers.

Phillipsburg, N.J. - Fire Dept.   Nov. 8     1976   Opens $125,000 new fire house on South Main      Easton Express      p. 15, illus
                                                    Street near Hanover Street. Dedicated to former
                                                    fire chiefs.
Phillipsburg, N.J. - Fires        April 29   1976   Fire on Market Street leaves 20 people homeless, Easton Express      p. 1, illus
                                                    including 7 residents of the Benjamin Ervin Rest
                                                    Home.
Phillipsburg, N.J. - Library      April 5    1976   Free Library becomes an official depository for  Easton Express      p. 11, illus
                                                    U.S. government publications. Representative
                                                    Helen B. Meyner, speaker at the ceremony.

Phillipsburg, N.J. - Parks        Feb. 27    1976   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.
Phillipsburg, N.J. - Parks        June 2     1976   New park located at South Main and Sitgreaves to Easton Express      p. 13
                                                    be named in honor of Town Councilman, Charles
                                                    W. Shappell.
Phillipsburg, N.J. - Police Dept.   Aug. 18     1976   Policemen ordered to wear bullet proof vests.          Easton Express   p. 21
                                                       Men undecided and some refuse to wear vests.

Phillipsburg, N.J. - Police Dept.   June 11     1976   Police raid Adult Book Store for third time.           Easton Express   p. 1
                                                       Located at 368 Memorial Parkway.
Phillipsburg, N.J. School District - Sept. 14   1976   Psychologist suspended. Jerome Luft suspended          Easton Express   p. 13, illus
Faculty                                                by Board of Education.
Pornography                          Aug. 21    1976   Business is termed brisk at city adult book store at   Easton Express   p. 15
                                                       5th and Northampton Streets.
Pornography                         Dec. 30     1976   Easton officials cheer "loss" of adult book store.     Easton Express   p. 2

Pornography                         Oct. 5      1976   Mayor Schultz plans bill to ban smut sales.            Easton Express   p. 1
Pornography                         Sept. 1     1976   Mayor Schultz plans bill to ban smut sales.            Easton Express   p. 23
Pornography                         Sept. 22    1976   Mayor Schultz plans bill to ban smut sales.            Easton Express   p. 13
Pornography                         Sept. 28    1976   Mayor Schultz plans bill to ban smut sales.            Easton Express   p. 17
Pornography                         Sept. 7     1976   Mayor Schultz plans bill to ban smut sales.            Easton Express   p. 23
Post Office-Box Numbers             March 27    1976   To enforce rule on box numbers by May 15.              Easton Express   P. 17
PTA                                 Feb. 7      1976   Easton Area Council of PTA honored its past            Express          p. 6, illus
                                                       presidents at a special Bicentennial Founders Day
                                                       Program at the Palmer Elementary School.

Red Cross                           Jan. 9      1976   New 24-hour Lehigh Valley help line staffed by         Easton Express   p. 18, illus
                                                       Red Cross aides - called "Valley Wide Help" to aid
                                                       people with problems.
Reibman, Jeanette                   April 28    1976   Said it was lack of money that decided the U.S.        Easton Express   p. 1, illus
                                                       Senatorial race.
Reibman, Jeanette                   Feb. 14     1976   Article by Express reporter, E. P. Kennedy.            Easton Express   p. 24
Reibman, Jeanette                   March 22    1976   Cocktail party, $100 per person.                       Easton Express   p. 11
Riegelsville, Pa. - Hotels          Jan. 8      1976   Riegelsville Hotel has served Delaware River Canal     Easton Express   p. 19, illus
                                                       traffic since the 1830s. Now restored and in
                                                       business by its owners Harry and Fran Cregar, Jr.

Riegelsville, Pa. - Library         May 1       1976   The library is opened once more in the old             Easton Express   p. 20
                                                       academy building.
Riegelsville, Pa. - Schools     Feb. 12    1976   Residents of the borough donate toward the price Express             p. 15
                                                  of their old schoolhouse. Purchase price from
                                                  Easton Area School District is $2,000.

Riegelsville, Pa. - Schools     Feb. 24    1976   Residents of the borough donate toward the price Express             p. 16
                                                  of their old schoolhouse. Purchase price from
                                                  Easton Area School District is $2,000.

Riegelsville, Pa. - Schools     Jan. 15    1976   Borough council decided not to sue for the          Easton Express   p. 13, illus
                                                  retaining of its school building. Cost too great.

Riegelsville, Pa. - Schools     Jan. 27    1976   Residents of the borough donate toward the price Express             p. 17
                                                  of their old schoolhouse. Purchase price from
                                                  Easton Area School District is $2,000.

Riegelsville, Pa. - Seal        Jan. 8     1976   Incorporated 60 years, now has an official seal     Easton Express   p. 16, illus
                                                  designed by Chris Weiss.
Roads - Lehigh Valley Thruway   Dec. 7     1976   Return of 55 miles per hour speed limit.            Easton Express   p. 1, illus

Roads - Lehigh Valley Thruway   July 20    1976   Speed limit reduced to 45 miles on a 25 mile        Easton Express
                                                  stretch.
Roads - Lehigh Valley Thruway   Oct. 7     1976   Speed limit reduced to 45 miles on a 25 mile        Easton Express   p. 1
                                                  stretch.
Roseberry-Gess House            May 3      1976   Phillipsburg Area Historical Society has            Easton Express   p. 24, illus
                                                  headquarters in historic house. An account of the
                                                  house.
Salvation Army                  March 1    1976   Opens Thrift Store at 428 Northampton Street.       Easton Express   p. 15, illus

Scheid, John F.                 July 7     1976   Flies a 13 star Revolutionary flag from his home.   Easton Express   p. 21, illus

Schooley, Russell R.            Dec. 6     1976   Voice teacher and community leader.                 Easton Express   p. 14, illus
Schools - Easton High School    April 14   1976   Head custodian honored on April 23, EHS Day.        Easton Express   p.15 illus.
Day                                               Harrison Fisher, class of 1932.
Schools - Notre Dame High   Dec. 11    1976   R. Kirkwood Colton is first layman principal of the   Easton Express   p. 21 illus.
School                                        school.
Schools - Students          April 13   1976   Students "brown bagging" in protest over school       Easton Express   p. 17
                                              hot lunches.
Schools - Tracy             March 13   1976   William Eagle won the Northampton County              Easton Express   p. 15
                                              spelling championship sponsored by the
                                              Philadelphia Evening and Sunday Bulletin.
Schools - Wolf              Aug. 10    1976   Wolf School sold for $57,501 to Fred Williams,        Easton Express   p. 1
                                              owner of Exxon Car Care Center.
Schools - Wolf              Feb. 10    1976   Shift of pupils to March and Palmer objected to by    Easton Express   p. 1 illus.
                                              parents. Letters to the editor.

Schools - Wolf              Feb. 11    1976   Shift of pupils to March and Palmer objected to by Easton Express      p. 13
                                              parents. Letters to the editor.

Schools - Wolf              Feb. 17    1976   Elementary school named after George Wolf to          Easton Express   p. 17 illus.
                                              close its doors.
Schools - Wolf              Feb. 21    1976   Shift of pupils to March and Palmer schools           Easton Express   p. 4
                                              objected to by parents. Letters to the editor.

Schools - Wolf              Jan. 23    1976   Shift of pupils to March and Palmer objected to by Easton Express      p. 19
                                              parents. Letters to the editor.

Schools - Wolf              Jan. 27    1976   Shift of pupils to March and Palmer objected to by Easton Express      p. 1
                                              parents. Letters to the editor.

Schools - Wolf              Jan. 28    1976   Elementary school named after George Wolf to      Easton Express       p. 13
                                              close its doors.
Schools - Wolf              July 13    1976   Wolf School sold for $57,501 to Fred Williams,    Easton Express       p. 17
                                              owner of Exxon Car Care Center.
Schools - Wolf              May 18     1976   Students at school given a demonstration of use Easton Express         p. 18 illus.
                                              of weapons. 7 boys instead of fighting each other
                                              form a SWAT team. Pa. State Troopers instruct
                                              boys.
Schools - Wolf          May 21     1976   EHS Class of 1920 reunites and tours old Wolf        Easton Express   p. 7 illus.
                                          School.
Schools - Wolf School   Feb. 14    1976   Shift of pupils to March and Palmer schools          Easton Express   p. 10
                                          objected to by parents. Letters to the Editor of
                                          Easton Express.
Senior Citizens         June 1     1976   An account of the St. John's Lutheran Church         Easton Express   p. 10, illus
                                          Senior Citizen Center.
Senior Citizens         Oct. 1     1976   Discount program to be initiated by Area Agency      Easton Express   p. 16, illus
                                          on Aging of Northampton County. Photograph of
                                          individual necessary. Pamphlet listing various
                                          stores to be issued.
Sewerage                Jan. 8     1976   Bushkill-Lower Lehigh Joint Sewer Authority (B-LL)   Easton Express   p. 1
                                          unanimously accepted conditions set by Easton
                                          for expansion of its sewage treatment plant.

Sewerage                June 25    1976   Since 1952 Easton's sewerage treatment plant has     Easton Express   p. 1, illus
                                          purified the city's waste water before dumping it
                                          into the Delaware River.
Sewerage                June 29    1976   Since 1952 Easton's sewerage treatment plant has     Easton Express   p. 19, illus
                                          purified the city's waste water before dumping it
                                          into the Delaware River.
Smoking Ban             April 16   1976   Ban on smoking probable in Easton Area. Easton       Easton Express   p. 17
                                          Hospital restricts smoking.
Smoking Ban             Aug. 18    1976   Ban on smoking probable in Easton Area. Easton       Easton Express   p. 1
                                          Hospital restricts smoking.
Smoking Ban             July 15    1976   Easton City Council may pass an ordinance            Express          p. 1
                                          banning smoking in certain public places.
Smoking Ban             July 31    1976   Easton City Council may pass an ordinance            Express          p. 21
                                          banning smoking in certain public places.
Smoking Ban             June 19    1976   Easton City Council may pass an ordinance            Express          p. 17
                                          banning smoking in certain public places.
Smoking Ban             March 19   1976   Easton City Council may pass an ordinance            Express          p. 1
                                          banning smoking in certain public places.
Smoking Ban                March 6     1976   Easton City Council may pass an ordinance           Express          p. 1
                                              banning smoking in certain public places.
Smoking Ban                March 9     1976   Easton Area School Board rejects the plan for the   Easton Express   p. 1
                                              smoking problem at high school.
Smoking Ban                Sept. 17    1976   Ban on smoking probable in Easton Area. Easton      Easton Express   p. 19
                                              Hospital restricts smoking.
Solar Heat                 Oct. 4      1976   Solar heat workshop conducted at St. John's         Easton Express   p. 15
                                              Lutheran Church, Phillipsburg, N.J. About 70
                                              persons attended.
South Side Neighborhood    Sept. 20    1976   Director Royce McClanahan resigns and cites         Easton Express   p. 23, illus
Center - McClanahan                           policy decisions of Community Action Committee
                                              of the Lehigh Valley, Inc.
South Side Neighborhood    Sept. 21    1976   Director Royce McClanahan resigns and cites         Easton Express   p. 11
Center - McClanahan                           policy decisions of Community Action Committee
                                              of the Lehigh Valley, Inc.
Steckel Family             Nov. 22     1976   Steckel, Henry II. Obituary. Was son of Daniel E.   Easton Express   p. 22
                                              Steckel owner of Mt. Jefferson property.

Swine Flu                  Aug. 13,    1976   Shots start in Easton at Easton National Bank and Easton Express     p. 1
                           Sept. 17,          Trust Co. in Centre Square.
                           Oct. 5, 8
Swine Flu                  Nov. 2      1976   Shots start in Easton at Easton National Bank and Easton Express     p. 17, illus
                                              Trust Co. in Centre Square.
Taylor, George - Home      Dec. 2      1976   House at 2nd and Northampton Street purchased Easton Express         p. 8, illus
                                              by Robert Butrow and James Chesterton. To be
                                              restored as a historic building.

Taylor, George - Pistols   July 10     1976   Pistols owned by Harry Fels Swan of South Bound Easton Express       p. 22, illus
                                              Brook, N.J.
Television - Channel 39    May 15      1976   WLVT-TV Channel 39. Auction held to benefit     Easton Express       p. 23, illus
                                              station.
Television - Channel 39    May 17      1976   WLVT-TV Channel 39. Auction held to benefit     Easton Express       p. 14, illus
                                              station.
Television - Channel 39        May 24     1976   WLVT-TV Channel 39. Auction held to benefit          Easton Express
                                                 station.
Television - Stars             April 21   1976   Mount Bethel has a TV star named Harold - a          Easton Express   p. 25, illus
                                                 great dane.
Television - Stars             Feb. 23    1976   Cloris Leachman visits sister Claiborne Cary in      Express          p. 18, illus
                                                 Frenchtown, N.J.
Temples - Temple Covenant of   Dec. 14    1976   Former synagogue at 5th and Ferry Sts. A target      Easton Express   p. 11 illus.
Peace                                            for vandals. Has been unsafe for occupancy for
                                                 some time.
Theaters - Eric Twin Theater   June 16    1976   Two more theaters proposed for Easton's Eric         Easton Express   p. 13
                                                 Complex.
Theaters - State Theater       Sept. 2    1976   An account of its early days.                        Easton Express   p. 23, illus
Tightrope Walk                 March 8    1976   Grandson of the Great Wallenda thrills crowd at      Easton Express   p. 15
                                                 Muhlenberg College Memorial Hall.

Trash-To-Fuel Project          May 21     1976   Palmer Plan gets Pa. grant of 2.1 million dollars.   Easton Express   p. 1

Trout Hatchery                 March 20   1976   Green Walk Trout Hatchery in Washington           Express             p. 33, illus
                                                 Township is one of the largest trout producers in
                                                 the East.
United Fund                    June 29    1976   As of July 1, 1977 there will be one United Way   Easton Express      p. 20, illus
                                                 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.

Vandalism                      Nov. 19    1976   A survey of vandalism in our schools.                Easton Express   p. 1
Vaudeville                     June 11    1976   Milton Berle, George Jessel, and other old           Easton Express   p. 12, illus
                                                 troopers perform with the Roy Radin Vaudeville
                                                 Revue at Easton Area High School. Sponsored by
                                                 Washington Lodge of the Fraternal Order of
                                                 Police.
Visiting Nurse Association     Nov. 9       1976   Two employees injured when a truck smashed          Easton Express   p. 1, illus
                                                   through office building at 3rd Street and Riverside
                                                   Drive.
Wagon Train                    July 1       1976   Wagon train pulls into Easton. An account of its    Easton Express   p. 1, illus
                                                   travels and activities.
Walk for Development           May 13       1976   Mayor Henry Schultz receives $500 from Easton Easton Express         p. 27, illus
                                                   Lion's Club for having finished 20 mile walk.

Walk for Development           May 7        1976   Walk.                                             Easton Express     p. 11, illus
Walking Purchase               June 21      1976   Wilson Borough man is direct descendant ot        Easton Express     p. 11
                                                   Edward Marshall. Mr. Thomas E. Ridge of 2449
                                                   Hay St. participated in the re-enactment of the
                                                   walk.
Warren County, New Jersey -    Dec. 23      1976   Time capsule placed in vault on the lawn in front Easton Express     p. 1, illus
Time Capsule                                       of County Courthouse in Belvidere. Account of
                                                   contents.
Warren Hospital - Intensive Care Oct. 13    1976   Opens 500,000 Intensive Care Unit for Coronary Easton Express        p. 17, illus
Dept.                                              Care.
Water - Plant                    March 20   1976   Delaware River Water sampled and checked daily. Easton Express       p. 17, illus
                                                   An account of the activities of the Easton Water
                                                   Department.
Water - Rescue                 Aug. 30      1976   Water Rescue operation on the Delaware and        Easton Express     p. 14, illus
                                                   Lehigh Rivers now have a 26 foot whaleboat
                                                   owned by Northampton County Civil Defense Unit -
                                                   called the Northampton.

Weather - Winds                March 22     1976   High winds lash through the Lehigh Valley area     Easton Express    p. 1, illus
                                                   doing much damage.
Weaver, Bobby                  May 20       1976   Noted 17 year old wrestler to head for Olympics.   Easton Express    p. 31, illus

Welsh                          April 10     1976   Welsh Day promotes, Evan M. Jones, who played Easton Express         p. 18, illus
                                                   an important role in the Welsh Heritage Day. Obit.
Welsh                           April 6     1976   Evan M. Jones, President of the Bangor                  Easton Express   p. 14
                                                   Association died.
White Water Boating             Dec. 22     1976   Lehigh River in Easton to be a training area. Plan      Easton Express   p. 1
                                                   proposed to city council.
Wilson Borough - Officials      Nov. 30     1976   Pa. State Judicial Inquiry Board suspends               Easton Express   p. 1
                                                   Magistrate Fred J. Pacchioli for misuse of his office
                                                   and 21 counts of theft.
Wilson Borough School District - May 7      1976   4th graders toured other schools and presented          Easton Express   p. 6, illus
Hay School                                         their Bicentennial Show, "The Story of America."

Wilson High School - Faculty    April 16    1976   High school principal, Charles Schaeffer, retires.      Easton Express   p. 17, illus

Wm Penn Highway - Historical    Nov. 11     1976   Palmer Township Bicentennial Committee and              Easton Express   p. 23, illus
Markers                                            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.
Women - Politics                July 27     1976   Political husbands: Robert Meyner and David             Easton Express   p. 5, illus
                                                   Reibman discuss their respective political wife -
                                                   Helen Meyner, U.S. Representative from New
                                                   Jersey and Jeanette Reibman, Pa. State Senator.

Woodring, Judge Carleton        July 23     1976   Retired judge of Northampton County Court               Easton Express   p. 10, illus
                                                   honored by Blue Cross of the Lehigh Valley.
Youth                           Sept. 20,   1976   Car buyer loses $1,500 in phone booth. Later            Easton Express   p. 1, illus
                                21                 found by youngster and returned.
A.B.E. Airport                  Sept. 1     1977   50 years of Air Mail Service marked at airport. A       Easton Express   p. 19, illus.
                                                   1941 biplane is part of ceremonies.

Advertising                     Nov. 14     1977   Full page add on downtown Easton by merchants. Easton Express            p. 3
Aeronautics - Accidents      Mar. 28   1977   Blairstown man, George Warns employed as flight        Easton Express   p. 1, illus.
                                              engineer survives crash of Pan American World
                                              Airway #747.
Aeronautics - Mail Service   Sept. 1   1977   Fifty years of air mail service marked at airport. A                    p. 19, illus.
                                              1941 biplane part of ceremonies.
Air Mail Service             Sept. 1   1977   50 years of air mail service marked at airport.        Easton Express   p. 19, illus.
                                              1941 biplane part of ceremonies.
Allentown Fair               Aug. 12   1977   Sonny and Cher, TV stars perform on midway at          Easton Express   p. 11, illus.
                                              evening show.
Allentown Fair               Aug. 13   1977   Donny and Marie Osmond perform at evening              Easton Express   p. 15, illus.
                                              show.
Allentown Fair               Aug. 3    1977   125 years and still going strong.                      Easton Express   p. 13, illus.
Allentown Fair               Aug. 6    1977   125 years and still going strong.                      Easton Express   p. 1, illus.
Alpha, NJ - Churches         Nov. 7    1977   St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church celebrates 75th       Easton Express   p. 20, illus.
                                              anniversary.
Alpha, NJ - Library          Aug. 2    1977   Alpha Public Library is 40 years old. Description of   Easton Express   p. 18, illus.
                                              celebration.
Animals                      Oct. 11   1977   Daniel Tortora, animal psychologist treats animals     Easton Express   p. 11, illus.
                                              for behavior problems. Lives in Alpine, N.J.

Anthony, Susan B., II        Jan. 14   1977   Susan B. Anthony II talks to Rotary about her life.    Easton Express   p. 17, illus.

Antiques                     Aug. 8    1977   Mostly Pennslyvania Galleries establishes antique      Easton Express   p. 38
                                              store at 60 Centre Square. Includes 4 smaller
                                              antique shops. illus.
Antiques                     Nov. 19   1977   Mostly Pennslyvania, an antique store housed in        Easton Express   p. 17
                                              former Acme Market building to go out of
                                              business. Started in April. Reasons for closing
                                              cited.
Antiques                     Nov. 28   1977   Antique Emporium opened in Nazareth Fair               Easton Express   p. 28
                                              Building, owner Stephen J. Nagle. illus.
Ashton, Fred                 Nov. 25   1977   Fred Ashton, former Republican mayor of Easton         Easton Express   p. 20
                                              1968-1976, changed political parties - is now a
                                              Democrat.
Automobile Agencies       Feb. 1     1977   Auotmobile agency sold - Gorham Chevrolet, Inc.,       Easton Express         p. 15
                                            3600 William Penn Highway sold to Deichman-
                                            Walker Chevrolet, Inc.
Automobiles - Accidents   Aug. 5     1977   Truck dives over embankment on Rt. 22 and lands        Easton Express         p. 1, illus.
                                            on 25th Street.
Automobiles - Antique     Sept. 17   1977   Andrew Pagano, 67 year old Roseto resident,            Easton Express         p. 7, illus.
                                            collects antique autos.
Automobiles - Electric    July 16    1977   Bethlehem Township owns an electric car called         Easton Express         p. 17, illus.
                                            Citicar - Township building inspector uses it in his
                                            work. Averages 3 miles per kilowatt.

Bangor, PA - Artists      April 5    1977   Artist Anton Schiavone creates scenes from the         Easton Express         p. 1, illus.
                                            Sistine Chapel at his home,117 Main St., Bangor.

Bangor, PA - Birds        Oct. 29    1977   Swarms of birds worry Bangor residents.                Easton Express         p. 11, illus.
Bangor, PA - Birds        Sept. 17   1977   Swarms of birds worry Bangor residents.                Easton Express         p. 1
Bangor, PA - Churches     Dec. 19    1977   The former St. Paul's Lutheran Church in North         Easton Express         p. 10, illus.
                                            Bangor, built in 1898, is sold to the Charles Wells
                                            family who have converted it into a home.

Bangor, PA - Crime and    July 13    1977   Policeman shot during burglary.                        Easton Express         p.1, illus.
Criminals
Bangor, PA - Industry     October    1977   Bangor Lumber Company founded in 1895. A               Easton Daily Express p. 20, illus.
                          24, 1977          history of the company to date.
Bangor, PA - Theater      Aug. 23    1977   60 year old Strand Theater re-opens. Theater is        Easton Express         p. 9
                                            leased by two Phillipburg men hoping to make it
                                            an ongoing project.
Bangor, PA - Theater      Aug. 23    1977   60 year old Stran Theater
Bangor, PA - Theater      Aug. 23    1977   Easton Express                                         Easton Express         p. 9
Bangor, PA - Theater      Aug. 23    1977   60 year old Strand Theater to reopen. It is leased     Easton Express         p. 9, illus.
                                            by two Phillipsburg men hoping to make it an
                                            ongoing project.
Banks                         Sept. 22    1977   Area bankers, two U. S. representatives approve      Easton Express   p. 1
                                                 of Bert Lance's resignation as U. S. Budget
                                                 Director.
Banks                         Sept. 22    1977   Area bankers, two U.S. representatives approve       Easton Express   p. 1
                                                 Bert Lance's resignation as U. S. Budget Director.

Barbers                       Sept. 19    1977   An account of Frank Mazza and his Hair Center.       Easton Express   p. 8
                                                 Specialty work is hair replacement.
Bath, - Fires                 Nov. 19,    1977   Series of 20 fires of suspicious origin.             Easton Express   pg. 1., illus.
                              1977
Bath, - PA. - Fires.          Nov. 11,    1977   Series of 20 fires of suspicious origin.             Easton Express   pg. 1, illus.
                              1977
Bath, Pa. - Fires.            Nov. 21,    1977   Bath man caught in regard to suspicious fires.       Easton Express   pg. 1, illus.
                              1977.
Beam, James                   July 12,    1977   One of three prize winners at Kemmerer Museum Easton Express          pg. 17, illus.
                              1977.              Art Show.
Beauty Contests               March 28,   1977   Sandra Ann Holley is named Miss Lehigh Valley. Easton Express         p. 21, illus.
                              1977               She is a 21 year old student at Muhlenberg
                                                 College.
Bicentennial - Publications   March 15    1977   Bicentennial 11-volume history to go on sale   Express                p. 18, illus.

Billboards                    Jan. 26     1977   Advertisements on various billboards announce      Express            p. 13, illus.
                                                 the Lehigh Valley's newest sport- bullfighting -
                                                 even though the gory sport is outlawed in the U.S.

Blight, Fight the             July 19     1977   Program evaluated on its effectiveness for Easton. Express            p. 13
                                                 Slogan created by Mayor Henry J. Schultz.

Bloomsbury, NJ                Dec. 23     1977   Water crisis grips the area.                    Express               p. 1
Boxing                        Jan. 6      1977   Boxer Willie Cook and 13-year-old student       Express               p. 1, illus.
                                                 Theodora Shrope died from fumes in car accident
                                                 at Hugh Moore Parkway.
Boxing                   Jan. 7     1977   Boxer Willie Cook and 13-year-old student             Express          p. 1
                                           Theodora Shrope died from fumes in car accident
                                           at Hugh Moore Parkway.
Bridges, Delaware        Aug. 22    1977   Fire at toll bridge booth.                            Express          p. 19
Bridges, misc.           July 20    1977   Northampton County as 17 substandard bridges.         Express          p. 13
                                           Study made by PA Dept. Highways Information
                                           Ass.
British Festival         Nov. 5     1977   A 2-week display at Bamberger's Store in Lehigh       Express          p. 10, illus.
                                           Valley Mall
Bus Transportation       Aug. 26    1977   Alfred J. Ferraro, president of Trans-Bridge Lines,   Express          p. 1, illus.
                                           Inc., dies at age of 80.
Bus Transportation -     Nov. 25    1977   After many years, Phillipsburg renews its bus         Express          p. 17, illus.
Phillipsburg, NJ                           service
Bus Transportation -     Oct. 3     1977   After many years, Phillipsburg renews its bus         Express          p. 11, illus.
Phillipsburg, NJ                           service
Bushkill Park            April 13   1977   Story of its history and the family who owns it       Express          p. 26, illus.

Bushkill Township        July 15    1977   A bitter family feud between Cornelius C. Hawk        Express          p. 15, illus.
                                           and his brother-in-law Richard C. Anglemeyer
                                           leads to violence and vandalism.

Busines - Mills          July 5     1977   Flory Milling Company of Bangor is 124 years old      Express          p. 24, illus.
                                           and still serving the area farmers.
Business - Advertising   Nov. 14    1977   Full page ad on downtown Easton by merchants.         Easton Express   p. 3

Business - Antiques      Aug. 8     1977   Mostly Pennsylvania Galleries establishes antique Easton Express       p. 38, illus.
                                           store at 60 Centre Square. Includes four smaller
                                           antique shops.
Business - Antiques      Nov. 19    1977   Mostly Pennsylvania, an antique store housed in Easton Express         p. 17
                                           former Acme Market building to go out of
                                           business. Started in April. Reasons for closing
                                           cited.
Business - Antiques      Nov. 28    1977   Antique Emporium opened in Nazareth Fair          Easton Express       p. 28, illus.
                                           Building, owner Stephen J. Nagle.
Business - Banks               April 13   1977   Valley Federal opens branch at the Palmer Park         Easton Express   p. 19 illus.
                                                 Mall.
Business - Banks               Dec. 29    1977   Fairview Savings & Loan Association                    Easton Express   p. 9
                                                 groundbreaking for its $250,000 new
                                                 headquarters building, 2201 Northampton St.

Business - Binney & Smith      Aug. 10    1977   Binney & Smith wins Sears, Roebuck and Co.             Easton Express   p. 33
                                                 "Symbol of Excellence" for the 2nd consecutive
                                                 year.
Business - Binney & Smith      May 14     1977   Binney & Smith buys Silly Putty business.              Easton Express   p. 1
Business - Binney & Smith      Oct. 7     1977   Binney & Smith to add $6.5 million expansion to        Easton Express   p. 1
                                                 its present facility.
Business - Bookstores          Nov. 14    1977   Quadrant Book Mart, owned by Janet and Richard         Easton Express   p. 10 illus.
                                                 Epstein. Stock belonged to Robert Messinger of
                                                 the Tatamy Book Barn. Located at 110 Main St.,
                                                 West Easton.
Business - Breweries           June 27    1977   Pip's Distributing Corp. An account of its business.   Easton Express   p. 23 illus.

Business - Department Stores   July 28    1977   Hess Brothers has grand opening in the Stroud      Easton Express       p. 57
                                                 Mall.
Business - Easton Car and      Aug. 22    1977   Easton Car Corporation in Glendon, an account of Easton Express         p. 21 illus.
Construction                                     the firm's plant.
Business - Electronics         Nov. 28    1977   Lyco Electro owned and managed by husband and Easton Express            p. 28 illus.
                                                 wife team in Forks Township, Paul and Jo Lysholdt.

Business - Food Stores         Aug. 13    1977   Patty's Pantry opens at 508-510 Northampton St. Easton Express          p. 19 illus.

Business - Food Stores         Jan. 14    1977   Mohican Market - Reconstruction of old market          Easton Express   p. 17 illus.
                                                 on South 5th Street by Bryant Matyger.

Business - Food Stores         July 30    1977   Mohican Market - Reconstruction of old market          Easton Express   p. 17
                                                 on South 4th Street by Bryant Matyger.
Business - Food Stores             May 20     1977   Best Market, untenanted for years, still an           Easton Express   p. 10 illus.
                                                     eyesore.
Business - Food Stores             Sept. 29   1977   Mohican Market - Ference Cheese Store,                Easton Express   p. 41 illus.
                                                     Groman's Bakery, barber, and a boutique to be
                                                     part of the new Mohican.
Business - Furniture Stores        Aug. 30    1977   Palmer Showcase Furniture, 3601 Nazareth Road         Easton Express   p. 12 illus.
                                                     opens.
Business - Furniture Stores        Jan. 31    1977   Used and new furniture to be sold at 5th and          Easton Express   p. 11
                                                     Northampton Streets, former location of adult
                                                     bookstore.
Business - Furniture Stores        June 20    1977   Lipkin Furniture Co. in business for 72 years.        Easton Express   p. 21 illus.
Business - Hardwre Stores          April 13   1977   Man climbs 150 ft. crane at 7th and Northampton       Easton Express   p. 13 illus.
                                                     Streets. Joseph Fritchman ascended crane being
                                                     used to demolish Hay building recently gutted by
                                                     fire.
Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc.   Aug. 10    1977   Seipsville Hotel on State and National Registers of   Easton Express   p. 14
                                                     Historic Places. Palmer supervisors reject request
                                                     for a temporary certificate of residence due to
                                                     poor conditions on the premises.

Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc.   Dec. 7     1977   Windmill Restaurant owner, George Laros,              Easton Express   p. 30 illus.
                                                     obituary.
Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc.   Jan. 29    1977   Turnabout Diner demolished. Burger King               Easton Express   p. 15 illus.
                                                     restaurant to be built on site.
Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc.   Jan. 5     1977   DeLuxe Restaurant reopens with $25,000                Easton Express   p. 11 illus.
                                                     improvements and safety repairs. Had been
                                                     closed October 22 because of violations.
Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc.   May 29     1977   Seipsville Hotel is on the State and National         Easton Express   p. 11 illus.
                                                     Registers of Historic Places. Palmer supervisors
                                                     reject request for a temporary certificate of
                                                     residency due to poor conditions on the premises.

Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc.   May 4      1977   Unpizza Restaurant, 300 N. Third St. (site of         Easton Express   p. 42 illus.
                                                     Dundee Factory outlet) opens for business.
Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc.   Nov. 15 & 1977    Restaurant inspection by Pa. State Department of Easton Express      p. 1+
                                   16                Environmental Resources. List of restaurants
                                                     which failed in the inspections.

Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc.   Nov.12     1977   Landmark Hotel on Rte. 611 refurbished as a         Easton Express   p. 26 illus.
                                                     restaurant. Formerly First Hotel, now Alan's
                                                     Stockyard.
Business - Ingersoll-Rand          Jan. 18    1977   I-R to sell West Easton plant to Ecolaire Inc. of   Easton Express   p. 15
                                                     Malvern, Pa.
Business - Insurance               Dec. 3     1977   Henry S. Lehr Insurance Company has been in         Easton Express   p. 5
                                                     business for 45 years.
Business - Jewelry Trade           April 18   1977   Aretz Jewelry Store has daytime holdup.             Easton Express   p. 13
Business - Jewelry Trade           May 31     1977   Gordon's Jewelry Store moves from 4th and           Easton Express   p. 19
                                                     Northampton St. No warning given to local
                                                     officials regarding the move.
Business - Jewelry Trade           Oct. 17    1977   Musselman's Jewelry Store in Palmer Mall robbed     Easton Express   p. 15
                                                     of $50,000 in jewels.
Business - Lawyers                 Aug. 13    1977   Stroudsburg attorney William K. Sayer advertised    Express          p. 15, illus.
                                                     his fees in the local press.
Business - Martin Guitar Co.       Nov. 19    1977   Strike continues…now in 66th day. An account of     Express          p. 24, illus.
                                                     the company which is 144 years old.

Business - Martin Guitar Co.       Sept. 14   1977   Martin Guitar Co. hit with first employee strike    Express          p. 13, illus.

Business - Massage Parlors         Jan. 26    1977   New service for Easton located at 300 Cattell St.   Express          p. 22

Business - Mohican Marketplace Nov. 11        1977   Account of the new shops in the old Mohican    Express               p. 19, illus.
                                                     Market at S. 4th Street
Business - Mohican Marketplace Nov. 12        1977   Opening of new shops in the old Mohican Market Express               p. 1, 25
                                                     at S. 4th Street.
Business - Packaging               June 13    1977   Lehigh Valley Packing Corporation located at   Express               p. 33, illus.
                                                     interchange 191 and 33 in Stockertown. An
                                                     account of the firm.
Business - Paper Industry        April 6    1977   Flock Industries, Inc., Phillipsburg, NJ, files for Express    p. 1
                                                   bankruptcy
Business - Poetry                Sept. 29   1977   Gerald Stern, a resident of Raubsville, won Lamont Express     p. 8, illus.
                                                   Poetry Award of the Academy of American Poets.

Business - Riegel Paper Co.      Sept. 21   1977   Riegel Products Corp. sold to James River Corp., Express       p. 1
                                                   Richmond, VA, for $21 million
Business - Sculptors             June 1     1977   Williams Township sculptor Antonio Salemme is Express          p. 23, illus.
                                                   commissioned to make bronze portrait of Dwight
                                                   D. Eisenhower for U. S. Aircraft Carrier.

Business - Shoe Industry         Nov. 22    1977   Barry and Joe Isaacs, owners of Shoe Hospital at    Express    p. 6, illus.
                                                   21 N. 4th Street have been in business for 44
                                                   years. An account of their business. To close its
                                                   doors on Dec. 3.
Business - Shopping Malls        Nov. 5     1977   Bambergers in Lehigh Valley Mall has a 2-week       Express    p. 10, illus.
                                                   British festival
Business - Shopping Malls        Oct. 10    1977   Palmer Mall marks 4th anniversary. Opened           Express    p. 43
                                                   August 16, 1973
Business - SI Handling Systems   June 17    1977   Opens $600,000 office building in Forks Twp.        Express    p. 6, illus.
Inc.
Business - Slate Industry -      Oct. 10    1977   Plainfield Township, John Van Kleeff creates        Express    p. 43, illus.
Carving                                            artwork on slate
Business - Sports                Sept. 12   1977   Wilson Borough Sporting Goods store files for       Express    p. 14
                                                   bankruptcy after 2 years in business
Business - Tailors               July 7     1977   Isaac H. Schocker was Easton tailor for 56 years    Express    p. 16

Business - Translation           Dec. 19    1977   Translation firm in Palmer Township started by       Express   p. 30, illus.
Companies                                          Gladys Webbe. An account of its work.
Business - Victaulic Co.         June 17    1977   Victaulic Co. plant in Forks Township to cut noise Express     p. 17
                                                   problem. Neighbors complained.
Business - Victaulic Co.         Nov. 18    1977   Victaulic Co. wins a permanent occupancy permit Express        p. 17
                                                   for its plant along Kesslersville Road in Forks Tsp.
Business - Victaulic Co.       Nov. 2     1977   Forks Township plant has put control on its noise      Express          p. 13
                                                 problem. Residents seem satisfied.
Carling, William               Jan. 11    1977   Educator, author and local historian honored by        Express          p. 16
                                                 members of St. Peter's United Church of Christ,
                                                 Tatamy, PA
Catholics                      Oct. 31    1977   Area Catholics receive "new" communion. Ruling         Express          p. 1, illus.
                                                 now places wafer in person's hand, not directly in
                                                 the mouth.
CB Broadcasters                Aug. 4     1977   Isabelle Siegfried of Belfast operates a CB radio on   Express          p. 19, illus.
                                                 Channel 19 to truckers from her kitchen.

Chamber of Commerce, Easton Jan. 7        1977   President elect is Barbara Kollevol, first woman       Express          p. 14, illus.
                                                 director
Chamber of Commerce, Easton Sept. 14      1977   New executive vice president is area minister Rev.     Express          p. 1, illus.
                                                 J. Michael Dowd
Chamber of Commerce, Easton Sept. 16      1977   New executive vice president is area minister Rev.     Express          p. 11
                                                 J. Michael Dowd
Chess                          Aug. 22    1977   Timothy W. Taylor of Easton is co-winner of the        Express          p. 17
                                                 U.S. Open ChessChampionship.
Chess                          Oct. 7     1977   Timothy W. Taylor of Easton is co-winner of the        Express          p. 9, illus.
                                                 U.S. Open Chess Championship.
Children's Home, Easton        Sept. 16   1977   Gymnasium dedicated and named in memory of             Express          p. 1
                                                 Hank Ames, founder of the Easton Express Kiddie
                                                 Fund
Children's Home, Easton        Sept. 19   1977   Gymnasium dedicated and named in memory of             Express          p. 15, illus.
                                                 Hank Ames, founder of the Easton Express Kiddie
                                                 Fund
Churches - Episcopal           Jan. 13    1977   Episcopal priest, Rev. Page Smith Bigelow, a           Easton Express   p. 21 illus.
                                                 former Phillipsburg woman.
Churches - House of the Lord   June 16    1977   Church closed due to code violations. House of         Easton Express   pg. 23 - illus.
                                                 the Lord, located 428 Northampton St…an
                                                 account of its work.
Churches - Lutheran - Christ   Jan. 6     1977   Rev. Paul B. Wolper, pastor emeritus of Christ         Easton Express   p. 40
Evangelical                                      Lutheran Church. Obituary.
Churches - St. Mary's            Sept. 10   1977   St. Mary's Church on Nesquehoning St. now has        Easton Express   p. 6 illus.
                                                   the statue of St. Patrick returned to the church
                                                   after a long absence. Had been in St. Anthony's
                                                   Cemetery on Morgan Hill.
Clements, Arthur J., Sr.         July 25    1977   Known as "Mr. Democrat of Northampton                Express          p. 16, illus.
                                                   County." Obituary
Clergy                           Dec. 17    1977   Many local clergymen have left their churches to     Express          p. 10, illus.
                                                   take new jobs in the community
Clothing Stores                  April 16   1977   Judson - Bricker: Bankrupt men's clothing store.     Express-Times    p. 17
                                                   Located on South East Corner of Square.

Clothing Stores                  June 10    1977   Judson - Bricker: Bankrupt men's clothing store.     Express-Times    p. 17
                                                   Located on South East Corner of Square.

Clothing Stores                  June 15    1977   Judson - Bricker: Bankrupt men's clothing store.     Express-Times    p. 1
                                                   Located on South East Corner of Square.

Clothing Stores                  June 17    1977   Judson - Bricker: Bankrupt men's clothing store.     Express-Times    p. 1
                                                   Located on South East Corner of Square.

Clothing Stores                  Oct. 1     1977   Judson - Bricker: Final Auction of merchandise and Express-Times      p. 22, illus.
                                                   fixtures. Business had been founded by Jacob
                                                   Mayer in 1900.
Clowns                           Sept. 13   1977   Neal Fehnel, 18 year old Palmer Township youth Easton Express         p. 13, illus.
                                                   had been developing his clown act since 8th
                                                   grade. Now will attend Clown College at Venice,
                                                   Florida
Clubs - Christian Business and   Jan. 18    1977   New organization formed in Easton                  Easton Express     P. 19 illus.
Professional Women
Clubs -Sertoma                   Jan. 19    1977   Honors Mrs. Virginia P. Lopresti for her work as a   Easton Express   P. 21
                                                   local archaeologist
Code Enforcement                 Dec. 8     1977   Mayor Schultz feels that enforcing the code is       Easton Express   P. 1 Illus.
                                                   reversing decay in Easton. Other citizens
                                                   comment on the enforcing codes.
Coffeetown             Dec. 5     1977   Historic Williams Township is location of an old    Easton Express     P. 13 Illus.
                                         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.

Coffeetown             July 8     1977   Brief history of the area including old bridge     Easton Express      P. 10 Illus.
Columbus Day           October 10 1977   Day marked by an Italian-American fest. Activities Easton Express      P. 44 Illus.
                                         around the Centre Square, October 8.

Columbus Day           October 11 1977   Day marked by an Italian-American Fest. Activities Easton Express      P. 13 Illus.
                                         around the Centre Square, October 8.

Columbus Day           October 7 1977    Day marked by an Italian-American Fest. Activities Easton Express      P. 9 Illus.
                                         around the Centre Square on October 8.

Columbus Statue        October 10 1977   Statue at Sts Phillips and James, Parochial School    Easton Express   P. 2 Illus.
                                         now fully repaired. Foot had been missing by
                                         vandalism.
Columbus Statue        October 10 1977   Statue at Riverside Park given to city of Easton in   Easton Express   P. 26 Illus.
                                         1930 by Columbus Committee at a cost of
                                         $13,000. Each year various Italian organizations
                                         place a ceremonial wreath on Columbus Day.

Columbus Statue        October 6 1977    Statue at Sts Philips and James Parochial School      Easton Express   P. 17 Illus.
                                         now fully repaired. Foot had been missing by
                                         vandalism.
Community Spirit Day   Sept. 21   1977   Sponsored by WEEX and Easton Area Jaycees at          Easton Express   P. 26 Illus.
                                         Hacketts Park on September 4
Court House - New      Aug. 19    1977   County officials open parking deck with ribbon        Easton Express   P. 19 Illus.
                                         cutting ceremonies.
Court House - New      Feb. 4     1977   Courthouse renewal project is hardship for            Easton Express   P. 13
                                         families living in the neighborhood.
Court House - New               June 8     1977   Northampton County Courthouse Archive building Easton Express          P. 13 Illus.
                                                  finds that permises are over crowded.

Credit Bureau                   May 16     1977   An account of its business dealings and records of    Easton Express   P. 1 Illus.
                                                  local citizens' credit.
Crime                           Dec. 15    1977   Corco (Coalition of Religious and Civic               Easton Express   p. 21
                                                  Organizations) releases the Crime survey
                                                  conducted in various places throughout the town
                                                  of Easton.
Crime - New Jersey              Dec. 31    1977   Hackettstown sniper spree chosen top local story      Easton Express   p. 1
                                                  for 1977 by Express staff. Emile Benoist killed six
                                                  and later himself.
Crosby, Bing                    October 20 1977   Performed in vaudeville at State Theatre on           Easton Express   P. 38 Illus.
                                                  January 7, 1929
Delaware River - Scenic Drive   Sept. 22   1977   Scenic Drive plans now become a reality. 10-year-     Express          p. 13, illus.
                                                  old concept dedicated. Hugh Moore Jr., architect
                                                  and formerly an Easton resident, envisioned the
                                                  project
Department Stores               June 30    1977   Sears - Roebuck: Came to Easton in 1929. An           Easton Express   p. 1
                                                  account of its business.
Department Stores               Nov. 5     1977   Bambergers Store: Has a 2-week British Festival in    Easton Express   p. 10, illus.
                                                  its store at Lehigh Valley Mall.
Dix, Jeanne                     May 27     1977   Speaker at annual dinner of Easton Chamber of         Express          p. 11
                                                  Commerce. Not well received.
Dixon, Jeanne                   May 26     1977   Speaker at annual dinner of Easton Chamber of         Express          p. 21
                                                  Commerce. Not well received.
Easton Express - Employees      Feb. 4     1977   Easton Express Carrier rescues woman living in a      Easton Express   p. 1
                                                  barn at Everittstown, N.J.
Easton Express - Employees      July 1     1977   John B. Bonnell named editorial page editor           Easton Express   p. 19, illus
                                                  succeeding Donald W. Diehl.
Easton Hospital - Addition      Jan. 13    1977   Groundbreaking for new 7 story addition. To cost      Easton Express   p. 21, illus
                                                  $6.2 million.
Easton Hospital - Addition       Nov. 5    1977   Women's Board presents $30,000 towards                Easton Express   p. 16, illus
                                                  expansion program. An account of their financial
                                                  projects.
Easton Hospital - Addition       Oct. 24   1977   Women's Board presents $30,000 towards                Easton Express   p. 8, illus
                                                  expansion program. An account of their financial
                                                  projects.
Easton Hospital - Dental         Dec. 10   1977   Dental Clinic opens at Easton Hospital. It was the    Easton Express   p. 25, illus
                                                  outgrowth of ProJect Inc. which had operated at
                                                  Cheston School for 9 years.
Easton, City of - Business       Jan. 15   1977   Future of downtown Easton questioned. Several         Express          p. 1, illus.
                                                  large stores closed. Article by Steve Armstrong of
                                                  Easton Express describing business in the past
                                                  year.
Easton, City of - Business       Jan. 15   1977   Merchants in downtown Easton discuss business         Express          p. 8, illus.
                                                  trends for 1976 and the effect of the shopping
                                                  malls on their business.
Easton, City of - Business       Jan. 28   1977   Downtown's illness not terminal - comments on         Express          p. 17
                                                  panel discussion sponsored by League of Women
                                                  Voters
Easton, City of - Celebrations   Jan. 18   1977   Easton to continue on yearly basis to observe         Express          p. 15
                                                  Heritage Day (from July 5 to July 10). Programs are
                                                  planned for commercial, recreation, and historical
                                                  events.
Easton, City of - Description    May 11    1977   Urban renewal has changed the face of the old         Express          p. 1 +, illus.
                                                  town
Easton, City of - Dwellings      June 14   1977   Gutted building at Centre Square and North Third      Express          p. 20, illus.
                                                  Street to be rebuilt. Architects' plans presented.

Easton, City of - Dwellings      June 2    1977   Three buildings in the Church Street Project get    Express            p. 1
                                                  reprieve
Easton, City of - Dwellings      June 4    1977   Odenwelder house built in the 1800s, located at Express                p. 6, illus.
                                                  47 S. 4th St., has been sold to Lebanese Church for
                                                  $100,000. Structure to be torn down. Brief history
Easton, City of - Dwellings   June 8     1977   Three buildings in the Church Street Project get        Express   p. 13
                                                reprieve
Easton, City of - Dwellings   March 31   1977   Three buildings in the Church Street Project get        Express   p. 1
                                                reprieve
Easton, City of - Dwellings   May 18     1977   Three buildings in the Church Street Project get        Express   p. 1
                                                reprieve
Easton, City of - Dwellings   May 20     1977   Odenwelder house built in the 1800s, located at         Express   p. 1, illus.
                                                47 S. 4th St., has been sold to Lebanese Church for
                                                $100,000. Structure to be torn down. Brief history

Easton, City of - Dwellings   May 25     1977   Three buildings in the Church Street Project get        Express   p. 13
                                                reprieve
Easton, City of - Dwellings   May 26     1977   Three buildings in the Church Street Project get        Express   p. 21
                                                reprieve
Easton, City of - Employees   Sept. 29   1977   City employees must live within the city limits.        Express   p. 23
                                                Council voted 4 - 1 to give mayor authority to
                                                enforce residency ordinance
Easton, City of - Fire        March 18   1977   Off-duty firemen picketed ceremonies at ground-         Express   p. 1, illus., p.
Department - Firemen                            breaking for new central fire station                             17
Easton, City of - Fire        March 28   1977   Off-duty firemen picketed ceremonies at ground-         Express   p. 11, illus.
Department - Firemen                            breaking for new central fire station
Easton, City of - Fire        Dec. 27    1977   New Central Fire Station at 6th St. to be finished in   Express   p. 13, illus.
Department - Stations                           a few weeks. Cost $490,225. Project financed
                                                completely by federal funds.

Easton, City of - Fire        March 12   1977   New 6th St. Central Fire Station proposed. To cost Express        p. 14, illus.
Department - Stations                           $427,000.
Easton, City of - Fire        March 28   1977   Ground-breaking ceremonies for new Central Fire Express           p. 11, illus.
Department - Stations                           House at 6th and Northampton Streets

Easton, City of - Historic    Jan. 17    1977   Historic Easton, Inc. is an organization by a group     Express   p. 11
Preservation                                    of Eastonians for the purpose of preserving
                                                Easton's historic past
Easton, City of - Historic         Jan. 27   1977   Historic Easton, Inc. is an organization by a group Express    p. 13
Preservation                                        of Eastonians for the purpose of preserving
                                                    Easton's historic past
Easton, City of - Historic         July 13   1977   Easton Redevelopment Authority expressed sharp Express         p. 13
Preservation                                        disapproval of establishing an historic Easton
                                                    District
Easton, City of - Historic         July 22   1977   City council authorized the city administration to Express     p. 13
Preservation                                        seek an historic district classification for a portion
                                                    of downtown Easton

Easton, City of - Historic         July 28   1977   City council authorized the city administration to Express     p. 23
Preservation                                        seek an historic district classification for a portion
                                                    of downtown Easton

Easton, City of - Historic         June 27   1977   Historic tour of Easton developed by theLehigh-   Express      p. 13, illus.
Preservation                                        Delaware Development Council
Easton, City of - Officials        Dec. 1    1977   Easton's council and mayor are among best paid in Express      p. 25
                                                    the State
Easton, City of - Police Dept. -   Aug. 25   1977   Easton police have a new gymnasium in the         Express      p. 23, illus.
Building                                            basement of headquarters equipped with $6000.
                                                    worth of exercise gear. Area merchants donated
                                                    $1500 and Police Lodge furnished the rest.

Easton, City of - Police Dept. -   Aug. 24   1977   City Council asked to drop residency rule for police Express   p. 13
Employees                                           employees
Easton, City of - Police Dept. -   Oct. 27   1977   State Bureau of Police and Fire Audits reverses its Express    p. 1
Employees                                           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, City of - Streets - Church Feb. 21   1977   Easton Redevelopment Authority (ERA) and City       Express    p. 11
Street                                              Planning Commission take issue over the fate of
                                                    the 300 block of Church St.
Easton, City of - Streets - Church Feb. 25      1977   Easton Redevelopment Authority (ERA) and City       Express          p. 5
Street                                                 Planning Commission take issue over the fate of
                                                       the 300 block of Church St.
Easton, City of - Streets - Church March 16     1977   Easton Redevelopment Authority (ERA) and City       Express          p. 1, 9, illus.
Street                                                 Planning Commission take issue over the fate of
                                                       the 300 block of Church St.
Easton, City of - Streets - Walnut   April 22   1977   Mayor Schultz and his "crew" clean up Walnut St.    Express          p. 19, illus.
Street                                                 while residents sit and watch.
Easton, City of - Streets - Walnut   June 14    1977   Mayor Schultz and his "crew" clean up Walnut St.    Express          p. 17, illus.
Street                                                 while residents sit and watch.
Easton, City of - Streets - Walnut   June 29    1977   Mayor Schultz and his "crew" clean up Walnut St.    Express          p. 17
Street                                                 while residents sit and watch.
Easton, City of - Streets -          Dec. 3     1977   New 8-unit condominium housing complex being        Express          p. 22, illus.
Weygadt Drive                                          built on Weygadt Drive and Burke St. To be called
                                                       Kinderwood.
Easton, City of - Taxation           Aug. 23    1977   Easton City Council to conduct a census of the      Express          p. 17
                                                       residents for tax purposes
Easton, City of -Fire Department     June 3     1977   Obituary of George "Spike" Keller                   Express          p. 1, illus.
- Firemen
Easton, City of -Fire Department     June 8     1977   Civil Service Commission backs firemen's layoff Express              p. 19
- Firemen                                              appeal
Easton, City of -Fire Department     March 15   1977   Off-duty firemen picketed ceremonies at ground- Express              p. 1
- Firemen                                              breaking for new central fire station
Easton, City of -Fire Department     Sept. 15   1977   City firefighters accept new 2-year contract    Express              p. 19
- Firemen
Easton, South - Streets              Aug. 22    1977   Sink hole on West Nesquehoning St. buries a car;    Express          p. 1, illus.
                                                       14 families evacuated.
Education - Easton Junior High       July 8     1977   Vandalism mounting on the site as contractors       Easton Express   p. 13 illus.
School                                                 strive to renovate building.
Education - March School             July 30    1977   March School prepares a change in enrollment.       Easton Express   p. 18
                                                       150 pupils to be transferred to March next term.
                                                       Building served as junior high and elementary
                                                       school until 1961, when converted entirely to
                                                       elementary/
Education - Northampton       July 30     1977   Dr. Richard C. Richardson, Jr., its first president,   Easton Express   p. 17 illus.
County Area Community College                    plans to leave for a post in Arizona.

Education - State Subsidy      Sept. 20   1977   Easton Area School District receives $500,000 in Easton Express         p. 1
                                                 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.

Education -State Programs      Sept. 12   1977   Easton Area School District receives $500,000 in Easton Express         p. 13
                                                 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.

Fairs - Northampton Co., Pa.   Jan. 4     1977   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.
Faith Healer                   Dec. 2     1977   Mrs. Orpha Grim to be evicted from her home in a Easton Express         p. 21, illus
                                                 low-rent housing project in Easton.

Fire Department                Aug. 3     1977   3 city firemen ordered reinstated by Judge             Easton Express   p. 1
                                                 Williams.
Flags                          June 27    1977   Bill Henry displays his flag collection at Paxinosa    Easton Express   p. 10, illus
                                                 Elementary School.
Flemington, N.J. - Hotels      March 28   1977   An account of the historic hotel - Union Hotel.        Easton Express   p. 40, illus

Folk Art                       Nov. 26    1977   Additional fraktur found in Bible by Richard           Easton Express   p. 6, illus.
                                                 Epstein, owner of Quadrant Book Mart in West
                                                 Easton.
Fonda, Jane                   Nov. 22    1977   Movie actress spoke to Lafayette College              Easton Express   p. 17, illus
                                                students. College authorities informed her that
                                                her lecture was to be on "American Cinema" and
                                                not on her usual socio-political ideas.

Forks Township - Industries   June 10    1977   Residents complain about noise from its newest Easton Express          p. 18
                                                plant, Victaulic Company of America on
                                                Kesslerville Road.
Forks Township - Industries   June 4     1977   Residents complain about noise from its newest Easton Express          p. 19
                                                plant, Victaulic Company of America on
                                                Kesslerville Road.
Fortune Telling               Oct. 1     1977   South Easton Woman Orpha Crim reads the cards Easton Express           p. 10, illus
                                                for future events - an account of her work.

Gallows Hill Neighborhood     Oct. 19    1977   Preservation Program to have $1.25 million to         Easton Express   p. 15
                                                rehabilitate area. Historic Easton group wants to
                                                assist.
Garment Workers               April 14   1977   500 parade in Easton protesting imported              Easton Express   p. 1, illus
                                                garments in local stores.
Gasoline Shortage             Feb. 1     1977   Gas Shortage affects Lehigh Valley Area.              Easton Express   p. 1, 15
Gasoline Shortage             Feb. 2     1977   Gas Shortage affects Lehigh Valley Area.              Easton Express   p. 1
Gasoline Shortage             Feb. 4     1977   Gas Shortage affects Lehigh Valley Area.              Easton Express   p. 1
Gasoline Shortage             Feb. 9     1977   Gas Shortage affects Lehigh Valley Area.              Easton Express   p. 1
Gasoline Shortage             Jan. 27    1977   Gas Shortage affects Lehigh Valley Area.              Easton Express   p. 1
Gasoline Shortage             Jan. 28    1977   Gas Shortage affects Lehigh Valley Area.              Easton Express   p. 1
Gasoline Shortage             Jan. 29    1977   Gas Shortage affects Lehigh Valley Area.              Easton Express   p. 1
Gasoline Shortage             Jan. 31    1977   Gas Shortage affects Lehigh Valley Area.              Easton Express   p. 1
Gasoline Stations             Feb. 18    1977   Robert Sandt, owner of gas station at 17th and        Easton Express   p. 9, illus.
                                                Butler Streets starts a cooperative service station
                                                venture.
Glendon                       June 13    1977   Receive picture of President Carter. The Hodge        Easton Express   p. 1, illus
                                                family had written to the President.
Gracedale                     Nov. 18    1977   82 more jobs open due to the institution's            Easton Express   p. 1
                                                expansion program.
Gracedale - Employees       Feb. 3     1977   David J. Lytle of Nazareth dismissed for shutting  Easton Express   p. 1
                                              off the system's boiler and endangering the lives
                                              of 650 residents.
Gracedale - Employees       Feb. 4     1977   Employee has dispute with Superintendent over Easton Express        p. 13
                                              sick leave.
Gracedale - Standards       July 20    1977   State Health Dept. has withdrawn its order against Easton Express   p. 13
                                              Gracedale. All necessary corrections were made
                                              and institution is in line with code.

Gracedale - Standards       June 3     1977   State Health Dept. has withdrawn its order against Easton Express   p. 1
                                              Gracedale. All necessary corrections were made
                                              and institution is in line with code.

Gracedale - Standards       Sept. 14   1977   State Health Dept. has withdrawn its order against Easton Express   p. 13
                                              Gracedale. All necessary corrections were made
                                              and institution is in line with code.

Greeks                      Oct. 5     1977   The 4th annual Greek festival of the Community of Easton Express    p. 25
                                              Annunciation Hellenic Orthodox Church at 20th
                                              and Hay Streets, Wilson.

Hackettstown, N.J - Crime   Aug. 27    1977   Sniper shoots 6 persons, then kills self.          Easton Express   p. 1, illus
Hackettstown, N.J - Crime   Aug. 30    1977   Emile Pierre Benoist went on shooting rampage.     Easton Express   p. 1, illus

Hambrook, John C.           Oct. 17    1977   Easton Attorney - Obituary.                        Easton Express   p. 6
Handicapped Children        July 25    1977   All schools must "open doors" to the handicapped   Easton Express   p. 1
                                              pupil.                                                              p. 14, illus
Heil Park                   Aug. 4     1977   To be renovated at a cost of $20,000.              Easton Express   p. 19
Holmes, Larry               Dec. 10    1977   Easton boxer heavyweight contender.                Easton Express   p. 34, illus
Holmes, Larry               June 20    1977   NAACP honors Larry Holmes as sportsman of the      Easton Express   p. 13
                                              year.
Homosexuals                 Dec. 22    1977   Demonstration of homosexuals and lesbians at       Easton Express   p. 15, illus
                                              Allentown City Hall.
Houses, Historic                 Oct. 28   1977   Log Cabin on Delhaven Road, near Martin's Creek       Easton Express   p. 10
                                                  dates back to 1711. May be oldest house in
                                                  Northampton County. Now owned by Charles
                                                  Jacobs.
Housing - Canal Street           Aug. 17   1977   Dedicated Oct. 2, 1965 at groundbreaking              Easton Express   p. 13, illus
                                                  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.
Housing - S. 3rd & Ferry Streets Jan. 12   1977   DIG objects to high-rise apartments being             Easton Express   p. 1
                                                  constructed on 1.6 acre lot at South Third and
                                                  Ferry Streets. To be constructed by George and
                                                  Jack Chartier.
Housing - S. 3rd & Ferry Streets Jan. 13   1977   DIG objects to high-rise apartments being             Easton Express   p. 1
                                                  constructed on 1.6 acre lot at South Third and
                                                  Ferry Streets. To be constructed by George and
                                                  Jack Chartier.
Housing - S. 3rd & Ferry Streets Jan. 6    1977   DIG objects to high-rise apartments being             Easton Express   p. 1
                                                  constructed on 1.6 acre lot at South Third and
                                                  Ferry Streets. To be constructed by George and
                                                  Jack Chartier.
Housing - S. 3rd & Ferry Streets July 29   1977   Plot of ground at South Third and Ferry Streets       Easton Express   p. 1
                                                  ruled out by Easton Redevelopment Authority for
                                                  a plan of construction for a high-rise apartment
                                                  building.
Housing - Williams, D.C.         Feb. 24   1977   An account of David C. Williams of Forks              Easton Express   p. 19, illus
                                                  Township, the "biggest landlord" in Easton. He
                                                  buys old buildings and rents them.
Hugh Moore Parkway - Bikeway July 28       1977   City Council approved bikeway proposal by 3-2         Easton Express   p. 23
                                                  vote. To cost $85,000. Some objections cited.

Hugh Moore Parkway -             Aug. 10   1977   Canalboat launched on Lehigh River.                   Easton Express   p. 1
Canalboat                                                                                                                p. 13, illus
Hugh Moore Parkway -             Aug. 9     1977    Canalboat launched on Lehigh River.                Easton Express   p. 1, illus
Canalboat
Hunterdon County, N.J. - Fires   Oct. 10    1977    Hunterdon Hills Playhouse destroyed by fire.       Easton Express   p. 1, illus

Hunterdon County, N.J. -         June 4     1977    An account of the Depuy Canal House built in       Easton Express   p. 7, illus
Historic Buildings                                  1797.
James, Rev. C. Wayland           July 16    1977    Resigned as pastor of First Presbyterian Church to Easton Express   p. 11, illus
                                                    operate the Morris Hill Travel Inc.
Journalists                      Jan. 17    1977    Swedish journalists: Ms. Christina Paemgren and Easton Express      p. 16, illus
                                                    Neil Goldstein visit Easton, take pictures of
                                                    Northampton Street and its citizens. To be
                                                    published in Swedish magazine "VI."

Junkyard                         Aug. 1     1977    Shoemaker and Lynch Auto Parts is more like a      Easton Express   p. 19, illus
                                                    library of car components than the traditional
                                                    automotive junkyard. Located off R.t 519 in
                                                    Belvidere, N.J.
Keith, Donald                    June 28, 29 1977   Retires as Editor of Easton Express. Roasted at    Easton Express   p. 17, illus
                                                    testimonial.
Kennedy, Senator Edward          May 11     1977    Speaks to the Northampton County Democrats at Easton Express        p. 11
                                                    their 14th annual fund-raising dinner. Held at the
                                                    Northampton County Community Center.

Kennedy, Senator Edward          May 13     1977    Speaks to the Northampton County Democrats at Easton Express        p. 1, illus
                                                    their 14th annual fund-raising dinner. Held at the
                                                    Northampton County Community Center.

Kidney Clinic                    Sept. 14   1977    Treatment Center, Lehigh Valley Artificial Kidney Easton Express    p. 25, illus
                                                    Clinic is located on Route 248 West of the Palmer
                                                    Park Mall. Can handle 100 patients.

Lafayette College - Faculty      March 1    1977    An account of retired Lafayette Choral Director Dr. Express         p. 9, illus.
                                                    John D. Raymond's career.
Lafayette College - Faculty        March 14   1977   James Shelly, Easton Express reporter, gives an      Express          p. 9, illus.
                                                     account of 2 outstanding professors: Dr. W. W.
                                                     Watt and Dr. A. W. Genebien.
Lafayette College - Fraternities   March 25   1977   History of fraternities and their future growth.     Express          p. 11, illus.

Lafayette College - Presidents     Sept. 10   1977   Dr. K. Roald Bergethon to resign in June 1978. Was   Express          p. 1
                                                     president for 20 years.
Lafayette College - Presidents     Sept. 12   1977   Dr. K. Roald Bergethon to resign in June 1978. Was   Express          p. 1, illus.
                                                     president for 20 years.
Lafayette College - Presidents     Sept. 13   1977   Dr. K. Roald Bergethon to resign in June 1978. Was   Express          p. 4
                                                     president for 20 years.
Lafayette College - Visitors       Nov. 22    1977   Actress Jane Fonda spoke to college students.        Express          p. 17, illus.
                                                     College authorities informed her that her lecture
                                                     was to be on "American Cinema" and not on her
                                                     usual socio-political ideas.

Laubach Family                     Oct. 21    1977   Obituary of Frederick H. Laubach, Jr.                Express          p. 14
Lawrence Welk Show                 July 16    1977   Semonski family of Great Meadows, NJ, are            Express          p. 15, illus.
                                                     singers on the show.
Lehigh University                  Dec. 9     1977   To show the controversial film "Deep Throat."        Express          p. 9, illus.
                                                     Public to be barred. Star Harry Reems spoke at
                                                     Lehigh in defense of X-rated films.

Lehigh University - Honorary       May 31     1977   Henry A. Kissinger, former Secretary of State,    Express             p. 21, illus.
Degrees                                              received honorary doctor of laws degree. His wife
                                                     Nancy received honorary doctor of humane
                                                     letters degree.
Loitering                          March 19   1977   Merchants in Easton say that loiterers hurt       Express             p. 1, illus.
                                                     business. Bad conditions on N. 4th Street.
Lopresti, Mrs. Virginia P.         Jan. 19    1977   Sertoma Club honors Mrs. Virginia P. Lopresti for Express             p. 21
                                                     her work as a local archaeologist.

Mansfield, Jayne                   June 28    1977   An account of her life and final resting place in    Easton Express   p. 1, illus
                                                     Fairview Cemetery, Pen Argyl.
Moonies               July 9     1977   Two Express reporters spend weekend at a Moony     Easton Express   p. 24, illus
                                        Camp. Write of their experiences.
Movies                Nov. 11    1977   Movie in Easton.                                   Easton Express   p. 20, illus
Movies                Nov. 12    1977   Movie in Easton.                                   Easton Express   p. 17
Movies                Nov. 14    1977   Movie in Easton.                                   Easton Express   p. 13
Movies                Nov. 15    1977   Movie in Easton.                                   Easton Express   p. 5
                                                                                                            p. 17, illus
Movies                Nov. 17    1977   Movie in Easton.                                 Easton Express     p. 27
Movies                Nov. 18    1977   Movie in Easton.                                 Easton Express     p. 17
Movies - Dain Curse   Dec. 2     1977   "Dain Curse" a boon for the Easton economy also Easton Express      p. 1
                                        provided a psychological boost to the community.

Movies - Dain Curse   Dec. 3     1977   Group of people from the area who were extras in   Easton Express   p. 21
                                        the cast form an organization - The Dain Curse
                                        Alumni Association.
Movies - Dain Curse   Nov. 10    1977   The Dain Curse being filmed in Easton starting     Easton Express   p. 25, illus
                                        Nov. 10, 1977.
Movies - Dain Curse   Nov. 4     1977   The Dain Curse being filmed in Easton starting     Easton Express   p. 1
                                        Nov. 10, 1977.
Movies - Dain Curse   Nov. 5     1977   The Dain Curse being filmed in Easton starting     Easton Express   p. 21
                                        Nov. 10, 1977.
Movies - Dain Curse   Nov. 8     1977   The Dain Curse being filmed in Easton starting     Easton Express   p. 8, illus
                                        Nov. 10, 1977.
Movies - Dain Curse   Nov. 9     1977   The Dain Curse being filmed in Easton starting     Easton Express   p. 13, illus
                                        Nov. 10, 1977.
Movies - Dain Curse   Oct. 18    1977   Easton may be locale for the movie "The Dain       Easton Express   p. 13
                                        Curse."
Movies - Dain Curse   Sept. 19   1977   Easton may be locale for the movie "The Dain       Easton Express   p. 15
                                        Curse."
Murder                Jan. 6     1977   Airline hostess murdered. Body found along River   Easton Express   p. 1
                                        Road in Upper Black Eddy, PA. Airline offers
                                        reward.
NAACP                           Sept. 7    1977   Now has its own headquarters… a one room office Easton Express      p. 14, illus
                                                  at the United Way building, 214 Bushkill St. Article
                                                  notes future programs.
Nazareth, Pa. - YMCA            Dec. 19    1977   Nazareth YMCA Board voted to build a Y center in Easton Express     p. 15
                                                  "open country" setting rather thatn on present
                                                  site a 33 South Main. Sites being considered in
                                                  Stockertown and Tatamy Area.

Northampton Co ., PA - Prison - Sept. 9    1977   Board gives plaque in memory of William Moran,     Express          p. 17
Board                                             Sr., a 14-year member of the prison board

Northampton Co., PA - County    Dec. 30    1977   Commissioner form of government ended today Express                 p. 13, illus.
Council                                           with the adoption of the 1978 budget. New
                                                  County Council form will be effected at the stroke
                                                  of midnight.
Northampton Co., PA - Home      Nov. 9     1977   New legislative government for County has all      Express          p. 1
Rule Charter                                      Democrats for the offices
Northampton Co., PA - Officials Nov. 17    1977   Obituary of William Hontz, former sheriff          Express          p. 54

Northampton County Bureau of Dec. 30       1977   County owes $21,604 for undocumented               Easton Express   p. 13
the Aging                                         expenditures by bureau's director, Mrs. Anne
                                                  Slater White, who was dismissed by county
                                                  commissioners.
Northampton County Bureau of Nov. 17       1977   Bureau head, Mrs. Anne Slater White, dismissed     Easton Express   p. 1
the Aging                                         by County Commissioners due to mismanagement
                                                  of funds.
Northampton County Council      Jan. 3     1977   Members took oath under new form of                Easton Express
                                                  government for the county.
Northampton County Public       Aug. 19    1977   Workers staged sick days in protest to the state   Easton Express   p. 1, illus
Assistance                                        budget impasse and their payless paydays.

Northampton, Pa. - Hotels       March 24   1977   Hotel Northampton, located Main & 10th Streets - Easton Express     p. 1, illus
                                                  fire gutted 2nd & 3rd floors.
Norton, William M.              Aug. 17    1977   Birthday greetings by airplane display.          Easton Express     p. 13, illus
Pacchioli, F.J.                   Jan. 29    1977   Magistrate Fred J. Pacchioli has office closed until Easton Express   p. 15
                                                    after his trial on charges of theft and misuse of
                                                    office.
Palmer Plan of Waste              Feb. 26    1977   Awaits someone of agency to save it from defeat. Easton Express       p. 16, illus
Conversion
Palmer Solid Waste Plan           April 12   1977   Description and demonstration of plan.               Easton Express   p. 14, illus
Palmer Township - Employees       Oct. 19    1977   Palmer employees must have homes within the          Easton Express   p. 15
                                                    township.
Palmer Township - Flag            May 6      1977   Receives a new flag for its 120th birthday. Flag     Easton Express   p. 11, illus
                                                    presented at Fairview Park.
Palmer Township - Liberty Bell    Oct. 8     1977   Police Chief Nick Di Vietro and his father Antonio   Easton Express   p. 19, illus
                                                    donate a Liberty Bell to the township. To be
                                                    displayed in foyer of municipal building.

Palmer Township - Pool            Sept. 22   1977   Community pool mortgage paid off. Burning of the     Easton Express   p. 14, illus
                                                    mortgage by Palmer Lions Club.
Palmer, Judge Clinton Budd        Aug. 6     1977   Gives an account of his work in the court.           Easton Express   p. 22, illus
Parking Meters                    Dec. 17    1977   Downtown Easton parking meters to be free until      Easton Express   p. 1
                                                    Dec. 31.
Parking Meters                    Feb. 26    1977   Merchants of Easton think the city to abandon        Easton Express   p. 15, illus
                                                    parking meters for the economy of downtown
                                                    Easton.
Pen Argyl, Pa. - Parades          Sept. 6    1977   2,000 spectators view Labor Day Parade               Easton Express   p. 15, illus
                                                    sponsored by Lookout Fire Co.
Penmanship                        Oct. 25    1977   School Supt. Of Phillipsburg, Anthony Witham has     Easton Express   p. 12, illus
                                                    a hobby of calligraphy.
Phillipsburg, N.J. - Chamber of   Sept. 27   1977   Chamber of Commerce awards the first P.R.I.D.        Easton Express   p. 7, illus
Commerce                                            award to Superior TV and Appliances firm.

Phillipsburg, N.J. - Clubs        May 2      1977   The new Kiwanis Club chartered.                      Easton Express   p. 18, illus
Phillipsburg, N.J. - Fire Dept.   Nov. 21    1977   Lincoln Engine Company holds 22nd annual old-        Easton Express   p. 16, illus
                                                    timers dinner.
Phillipsburg, N.J. - Library        Dec. 2    1977   Library since its designation as a N.J. Area Library   Easton Express   p. 38
                                                     is rapidly expanding its collection through
                                                     microprinted publications, paperback books, and
                                                     films.
Phillipsburg, N.J. - Officials      Oct. 10   1977   Ex-mayor George Vincent killed in Automobile           Easton Express   p. 1, illus
                                                     crash.
Phillipsburg, N.J. - Schools        Dec. 10   1977   New superintendent Peter Merluzza succeeds             Easton Express   p. 21, illus
                                                     Anthony Witham who was forced to resign.

Phillipsburg, N.J. School District - Nov. 4   1977   Superintendent Anthony P. Witham resigns. Had Easton Express            p. 1
Superintendents                                      been fined for disorderly conduct due to incident
                                                     at Hess's Dept. Store in Palmer Park Mall.

Phillipsburg, N.J. School District - Nov. 5   1977   Superintendent Anthony P. Witham resigns. Had Easton Express            p. 1, illus
Superintendents                                      been fined for disorderly conduct due to incident
                                                     at Hess's Dept. Store in Palmer Park Mall.

Phillipsburg, N.J. School District - Nov. 7   1977   Superintendent Anthony P. Witham resigns. Had Easton Express            p. 1
Superintendents                                      been fined for disorderly conduct due to incident                       p. 17
                                                     at Hess's Dept. Store in Palmer Park Mall.

Plainfield Township - Fair          July 21   1977   Plainfield Farmers' Fair. Mrs. Pat Mayer, 32, of       Easton Express   p. 19, illus
                                                     Bangor became the first woman in the area to
                                                     enter the 4-wheel drive pull. She won 2nd place.

Prendergast, James                  Aug. 18   1977   Scuffle with welfare demonstrator at Harrisburg -      Easton Express   p. 1
                                                     still no budget for state.
Presley, Elvis                      Aug. 18   1977   Singer's death stimulates sale of his records in       Easton Express   p. 1
                                                     area.
Presley, Elvis                      Nov. 5    1977   A former WEST disc jockey, Ron Barry, a Presley        Easton Express   p. 10, illus
                                                     collector.
Presley, Elvis                      Oct. 7    1977   Papier Mache statue of singer made by Anton            Easton Express   p. 12, illus
                                                     Schiavone of Bangor and on display in his shop.
Raubsville, Pa. - Poet          Sept. 29   1977   Gerald Stern, a resident of Raubsville, won the      Easton Express   p. 8, illus
                                                  Lamont Poetry Award of the Academy of
                                                  American Poets.
Red Cross                       July 28    1977   Conducts phone-a-thon for Johnstown flood            Easton Express   p. 1
                                                  victims.
Red Cross                       Sept. 21   1977   Easton Chapter marks 60th year of service.           Easton Express   p. 15
Red Cross                       Sept. 27   1977   Easton Chapter marks 60th year of service.           Easton Express   p. 14, illus
Rehabilitation Center - Glendon Aug. 18    1977   Former director, Anthony Vasconcellos and wife       Easton Express   p. 1
                                                  face fraud charges in several states.
Reibman Family                  June 23    1977   Nathan and Jeanette Reibman received the             Easton Express   p. 1
                                                  Jerusalem City of Peace Award.
Roosevelt, Theodore             Oct. 14    1977   Visits pupils at Phillipsburg Middle School. Actor   Easton Express   p. 9, illus
                                                  Bob Boyd impersonates the President. Program
                                                  funded by Florida Dept. of Citrus and Interstate
                                                  United Food Service.
Ruggiero, Philip S.             Aug. 18    1977   Jostled by two Philadelphia Democrats - try to       Easton Express   p. 1
                                                  force his vote for the delayed state budget.

Salvation Army                  Aug. 30    1977   Brig. Thelma Bassett to retire after 45 years of     Easton Express   p. 17, illus
                                                  service.
Schools - Easton High School    April 30   1977   1977 honoree is Agnes Fowler, retired physical       Easton Express   p. 19 illus.
Day                                               education teacher for 32 years.
Schools - Paxinosa              July 30    1977   Some children sent from Wolf.                        Easton Express   p. 18
Schools - Teachers              Aug. 20    1977   Zarbatany, Robert, teacher and wrestling coach       Easton Express   p. 1
                                                  denied his bid for a sabbatical leave.
Schools - Teachers              Oct. 22    1977   Reed, Verna, 90 year old Easton High School          Easton Express   p. 6 illus.
                                                  teacher supports Equal Rights for Women for 54
                                                  years.
Schools - Teachers              Sept. 27   1977   Zarbatany, Robert, teacher and wrestling coach       Easton Express   p. 13
                                                  denied his bid for a sabbatical leave.
Schools - Traill Green          March 1    1977   Sale of Traill Green to force closing of Webster.    Easton Express   p. 1
Schools - Wolf             June 8     1977   Fred A. Williams, Easton developer and Chairman Easton Express      p. 1
                                             of DIG filed bankruptcy petition which will delay
                                             the Wolf building project.
Schools - Wolf             Sept. 3    1977   Wolf School building remodeling for office use by Easton Express    p. 25 illus.
                                             Fred A. Williams runs into financial trouble.

Senior Citizen Center      Oct. 21    1977   Senior Citizen Center located at 123 N. 2nd Street Easton Express   p. 20, illus
                                             has program to celebrate its 2nd year.
Shamokin, Pa. - Churches   June 25    1977   Holy Trinity Episcopal Church - many people say    Easton Express   p. 21, illus
                                             Christ's face appears on the tabernacle veil.

Smith, Martin A.           Nov. 11    1977   Obituary.                                        Easton Express     p. 14
Smoking                    Dec. 6     1977   Mrs. Jacquelyn Rogers, Easton resident wrote the Easton Express     p. 12, illus
                                             book "You Can Stop." She and her husband are the
                                             co-founders of the SmokEnders Program.

Snyder, Jay R.             July 5     1977   Civic leader and former Easton Councilmember.      Easton Express
                                             Obituary.
Spanish Center             Oct. 10    1977   Spanish Center held at First United Methodist      Easton Express   p. 44, illus
                                             Church, 42 S. 2nd St.
SPCA                       Nov. 3     1977   Mrs. Helen Streeter - credited with reorganizing   Easton Express   p. 12
                                             the Northampton County SPCA in 1944. Was
                                             organized in Easton in 1912. An account of its
                                             history.
State Legislators          Aug. 18    1977   State legislators involved in scuffle - due to     Easton Express   p. 1
                                             delayed state budget. James Prendergast and
                                             Philip s. Ruggiero from Northampton County were
                                             involved.
Stern, Gerald              Sept. 29   1977   A resident of Raubsville won Lamont Poetry         Easton Express   p. 8, illus
                                             Award of the Academy of American Poets.
Stockertown, Pa.           Dec. 9     1977   An account of the borough.                         Easton Express   p. 1
                                                                                                                 p. 16, illus
Streeter, Mrs. Helen       Nov. 3     1977   Known as Mrs. SPCA, Obituary.                      Easton Express   p. 12
Stroudsburg, Pa.                 Dec. 24    1977   Monroe County's Courthouse, built in 1890,           Easton Express   p. 15
                                                   included Pa. Inventory of Historic Places.
                                                   Description of building.
Suburban Security Patrol, Inc.   Nov. 21    1977   Security company has trained men and dogs to         Easton Express   p. 37, illus
                                                   guard homes and businesses.
Telephone - Touch-tone           Jan. 14    1977   Bell Telephone to modernize service in Easton        Easton Express   p. 17
                                                   area by touch-tone telephones and spelling calling
                                                   services.
Television - Channel 39          May 7      1977   WLVT-TV Channel 39 conducts fund-raising             Easton Express   p. 29, illus
                                                   auction.
Temples - Temple Covenant of     April 18   1977   Monument on lawn of synagogue is dedicated in        Easton Express   p. 13 illus.
Peace                                              memory of the Jews killed in Europe.

Theaters                         April 18   1977   Dick Fox, local art teacher at Easton Area High      Easton Express   p. 23
                                                   School, has a love for the theater and is a master
                                                   of the art of creating theatrical setting.

Trexler Dam                      Nov. 9     1977   Defeated in referendum by 3-1. Recent Georgia        Easton Express   p. 39
                                                   dam disaster affected electoral vote.

United Fund                      July 26    1977   Centre Square goes "Hollywood" for the day. A 30 Easton Express       p. 13, illus
                                                   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

Vandalism                        Nov. 25    1977   Windows broken in downtown area after Easton- Easton Express          p. 17
                                                   Phillipsburg football game.
Vaudeville                       June 13    1977   Milton Berle, George Jessel, and other old     Easton Express         p. 15
                                                   troopers perform with the Roy Radin Vaudeville
                                                   Revue at Easton Area High School. Sponsored by
                                                   Washington Lodge of the Fraternal Order of
                                                   Police.
Voter Registration              July 8    1977   13 year old girl, Tammy Compton, of Stroudsburg Easton Express         p. 1, illus
                                                 registered to vote and got away with it.

War - Camp Washington           Jan. 4    1977   Camp Washington - an account of its history           Easton Express
Warren County, New Jersey -     Aug. 19   1977   Warren County Jail at Belvidere considered a          Easton Express   p. 17
Jail                                             dreary place for anyone. An account of its
                                                 facilities.
Warren Hospital - Doctors       Aug. 16   1977   New doctors lured to local hospital.                  Easton Express   p. 10, illus
Warren Hospital - Volunteers    Oct. 22   1977   16 year old volunteer attacked while on duty.         Easton Express   p. 1

Washington, N.J. - Washington   Dec. 27   1977   John Terrell, actor, portrays Washington crossing Easton Express       p. 13, illus
Crossing Park                                    the Delaware on Christmas day. Says this his last
                                                 year for the enactment.
Weather - Rainstorm             March 1   1977   Rainstorm takes life of a 19 year old girl, Debra La Easton Express    p. 13, illus
                                                 Form, as she is swept into an uncovered drainage
                                                 culvert.
Weather - Thunderstorms         Aug. 11   1977   Lightning bolt shatters rear of Easton Fruit and     Easton Express    p. 1, illus
                                                 Produce - collapsed into the Bushkill Creek.

WEST (Radio Station)            Aug. 10   1977   Dick Hammer, sports director returns to radio         Easton Express   p. 12
                                                 station.
West Jersey Motor Club          Aug. 12   1977   West Jersey Motor Club pays off $80,000               Easton Express   p. 27, illus
                                                 mortgage. Located in Phillipsburg, N.J.
Williams Township               Dec. 5    1977   Historis Williams Township is location of an old      Easton Express   p. 13, illus
                                                 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.
Williams, Fred A.               June 8    1977   Easton developer and Chairman of DIG filed            Easton Express   p. 1
                                                 bankruptcy petition which will delay the Wolf
                                                 building project.
Williams, Judge Alfred T.       Aug. 6    1977   Gives an account of his work in the court.            Easton Express   p. 22, illus
Wilson Borough - Police         Nov. 15   1977   Re-establishes police department ranks. Ends          Easton Express   p. 1
                                                 mayoral control of the department.
Wilson Borough - Schools        May 12,     1977   Liberty Elementary School to close because of          Easton Express   p. 23
                                1977               unsound conditions.
Wilson Borough - Tax            Jan. 6 & 11 1977   Council wants to levy a business privilege tax.        Easton Express   p. 21
                                May 19             Business men object.                                                    p. 1, illus
                                                                                                                           p. 26
Wilson Borough - Tax             May 10,   1977    Council votes to levy a one mill gross receipts tax. Easton Express     p. 1, illus
                                 June 14                                                                                   p. 1, illus
Wilson Borough School District - Nov. 10   1977    8th graders barred from playing basketball on the Easton Express        p. 23
Students                                           freshman interscholastic team.
Wilson High School - Faculty     Dec. 16   1977    Obituary of Richard Shelling.                      Easton Express       p. 32
Wilson High School - Students Aug. 16      1977    Recent opinion poll shows that Wilson pupils may Easton Express         p. 15
                                                   not be getting the kind of education they deserve.

Wrestling                       Feb. 17    1977    Bobby Weaver, two-time state wrestling                 Easton Express   p. 1, illus
                                                   champion receives the Brad Weaver (named in                             p. 31
                                                   honor of his brother) award.
Wynkoop, Ronald                 Nov. 30    1977    Publishes a photographic book on Easton - "The         Easton Express   p. 25
                                                   Old Home Town."
Y.M.C.A.                        Dec. 8     1977    Local institution either to be renovated or built in   Easton Express   p. 1
                                                   a new location.
A.B.E. Airport                  Nov. 7     1978    Sculpture depicting flight designed by Harry           Easton Express   p. 18
                                                   Bertoia of Barto, PA. An account of his life and
                                                   works. Obituary
Abortion                        Sept. 9    1978    Lehigh Valley abortion center to open in October       Easton Express   p. 1
                                                   at Airport and Steelstone Roads in Hanover
                                                   Township.
Airplanes                       Feb. 23    1978    Airplane has problem take-off                          Easton Express   p. 1, illus.
                                                   from Braden's Airfield in Forks Township . Forced
                                                   to land on road.
Alpha, NJ - Churches            Oct. 14    1978    Alpha Presbyterian dedicates picture and plaque        Easton Express   p. 6, illus.
                                                   in memory of late Rev. Andrew Szabo, pastor for
                                                   43 years before his death in 1967.
Artists                     May 8      1978   Clarence Carter, mystical painter was born in         Easton Express   p. 29
                                              Ohio, but now resides in Milford, NJ. Article on his
                                              life and works by Don Henry.
Artists                     Nov. 15    1978   Dick Schuyler and Ed Heagy of Phillipsburg have       Easton Express   p. 29
                                              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.

Artists                     Nov. 7     1978   Harry Bertoia, sculptor, designed at ABE airport.     Easton Express   p. 18
                                              Obituary.
Authors                     Nov. 11    1978   Eric Knight and his novel, "Lassie Come Home" -       Easton Express   p. 5, illus.
                                              an account of the author, his home in Bucks Co.
                                              and the 40th anniversary of its publication.

Bakeries                    Dec. 13    1978   Mr. and Mrs. Howard Strausser open bakery in          Easton Express   p. 31
                                              Thatcher's Seafood Arcade on Nicholas Street in
                                              Palmer Township.
Bangor, PA - Police Dept.   April 4    1978   Obituary of Chief of Police, Walter E. Heard who      Easton Express   p. 1, illus.
                                              served 10 years as Chief of Police, and 26 years in
                                              police work
Bay family.                 June 21,   1978   The obituary of Mrs. Jennie Bay, wife of Supt         Easton Express   pg. 48.
                            1978.             .James Bay.
Beauty Parlors              Nov. 4     1978   Imperial Coiffures, 3340 Nazareth Road, Palmer        Easton Express   p. 44, illus.
                                              Township located in 100 year old farmhouse -
                                              owner Carl L. Mancino.
Beebe, Helen H.             July 14,   1978   Helen Hulick Beebe, a pioneer in Speech               Easton Express   p. 17.
                            1978.             Pathology, makes a formal gift of her clinic. An
                                              account of the clinic.
Belvidere, N.J. - Homes     May 12,    1978   Photographs of the various homes in the older         Easton Express   p. 20
                            1978              section of town.
Bethlehem Township, PA -    July 7,    1978   Middle aged robber nets $1,700 at K mart Plaza        Easton Express   p.1
Crime                       1978              bank.
Bicycles - Biketrail            April 22   1978   Palmer and Bethlehem Townships clear path to        Easton Express   p. 17, illus.
                                                  bikeways thanks to U.S. Dept. of Interior. Grant of
                                                  $480,357. A total of 7.08 miles will be provided.

Bicycling                                  1978   Bicyclists from Easton and Bethlehem set a new      Express          p. 1, illus.
                                                  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.

Boardman, Gerald M.             Dec. 1     1978   1952 graduate of Lafayette College, author of a  Express             p. E-16, illus.
                                                  bookk "American Musical Theater." Studied under
                                                  Dr. W. W. Watt. An account of his student years.

Bottles                         Sept. 15   1978   Local collectors dig up items in the area and       Express          p. 5, illus.
                                                  display collections in store in Centre Square under
                                                  auspices of the Forks of the Delaware Bottle Club.

Boys Club of Easton             Nov. 18    1978   Larry Holmes, Easton's boxing champion, offers to   Express          p. 1
                                                  bail out the Boys Club. To act as honorary
                                                  chairman of a fund-raising drive.
Boys Club of Easton             Nov. 22    1978   Larry Holmes kicks off fund drive by donating       Express          p. 45
                                                  $1,000.
Business - 5 & 10 Cent Stores   March 7    1978   Woolworth's downtown store closes after 50          Easton Express   p. 16
                                                  years of service.
Business - Banks                April 19 & 1978   First Valley Bank of Bethlehem made about           Easton Express   p. 1
                                May 5             $23,000 in questionable payments to politicians.

Business - Banks                July 8     1978   First National Bank ( formerly Northampton       Easton Express      p. 21 illus.
                                                  National) at 4th and Northampton Streets has
                                                  interior renovated at a cost of $150,000.
Business - Banks                Sept. 9    1978   Fairview Savings & Loan Association moves to new Easton Express      p. 21, illus.
                                                  headquarters at 2201 Northampton Street.
Business - Bethlehem Steel     Dec. 5     1978   Bethlehem Steel Corp. has signed an               Easton Express    p. 1
                                                 unprecedented agreement with China to develop
                                                 and expand an ancient iron ore mine at Shuichang.

Business - Binney & Smith      Jan. 12    1978   Purchases Silly Putty for $3 million.              Easton Express   p.48 illus.
Business - Binney & Smith      June 20    1978   Binney & Smith, inc. now for the first time listed Easton Express   p. 27 illus.
                                                 on the New York Stock Exchange. Previously was
                                                 traded on the American Exchange.

Business - Bixler's            Aug. 30    1978   Bixler's Jewelry Store the subject of a TV         Easton Express   p. 24
                                                 documentary onstation WNEP-TV Scranton
                                                 entitled "NEP Alive".
Business - Breweries           Feb. 23    1978   Beer distributing firm moves from North Third      Easton Express   p. 13
                                                 Street to Forks Twp. Raymond Baurkot ends 44
                                                 years of business in downtown Easton.

Business - Breweries           June 9     1978   Kuebler's Brewery. Dismantling the 190 ft.         Easton Express   p. 22 illus.
                                                 chimney of the old brewery on Rt. 611 South is
                                                 being done by Ray Amadore.
Business - Chimney Sweep       Oct. 5     1978   Fred Sterner of 721 Cattell St. has established    Easton Express   p. 35 illus.
                                                 himself as a chimney clearner for the Easton area.

Business - Department Stores   Nov. 24    1978   Hess Brothers plans to merge with Marshall Field   Easton Express   p. 1
                                                 Co.
Business - Drafting            July 12    1978   Lehigh Valley Drafting Equipment shop at 58        Easton Express   p. 24 illus.
                                                 Centre Square finds business in downtown Easton
                                                 successful.
Business - Fabrics             Sept. 15   1978   Shapson, Inc. bedspread and drapery                Easton Express   p. 34
                                                 manufacturer located at St.John and Philadelphia
                                                 Road to close after 50 years.
Business - Food Industry       June 29    1978   Schoeneck Farms, Inc., Nazareth, Pa. may have to   Easton Express   p. 13
                                                 liquidate its alfalfa feed processing plant.
Business - Food Industry           Nov. 21    1978   Keystone Food Products moved to former Weller Easton Express          p. 16
                                                     Building in Lower Nazareth Township. Former site
                                                     sold to Victaulic Co. of America to manufacture
                                                     molten and synthetic rubber products and also a
                                                     warehouse.

Business - Food Stores             Jan. 19    1978   Quick Chek opens store in Wilson Borough.          Easton Express     p. 8
Business - Furniture Stores        June 22    1978   Old Lanark Red Schoolhouse turned into furniture Easton Express       p. 25
                                                     store. Owner Sol Schacker calls the store the Paul
                                                     Revere Furniture Store. Location at the base of
                                                     South Mountain in Center Valley.

Business - Hardware Stores         Oct. 30    1978   Bennet Hardware Store celebrating its 110th year     Easton Express   p. 21 illus.
                                                     in downtown Easton. Gives an account of its
                                                     history.
Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc.   Aug. 15    1978   Bryant Matyger, developer of Mohican                 Easton Express   p. 13
                                                     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.
Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc.   Aug. 21    1978   Anton's Restaurant in Palmer Township, 2722          Easton Express   p. 26 illus.
                                                     Freemansburg Ave. opens.
Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc.   Feb. 2     1978   Matteo's Italian delicatessen and short order food   Easton Express   p. 33 illus.
                                                     opens at 208 Cattell St. Mario Andretti and Mayor
                                                     Schultz at Grand Opening.

Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc.   Feb. 21    1978   Ladle Restaurant closes and discotheque planned Easton Express        p. 14
                                                     for the site.
Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc.   March 22   1978   Ginople's restaurant sold to Bradley Mattern. An Easton Express       p. 13 illus.
                                                     account of the restaurant.
Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc.   Sept. 12   1978   Club Paramount forced to close as owner failed to Easton Express      p. 13 illus.
                                                     obtain necessary Pa. liquor license.
Business - Hotels, Taverns,etc.   Nov. 14    1978   9 easting place owners fight Easton 's fire code.   Easton Express   p. 1

Business - ITT                    March 31   1978   ITT Electron Tube Division Palmer Township plant Easton Express      p. 11 illus.
                                                    on strike since February 23.
Business - Lumber Trade           July 13    1978   Eisenhardt Mills, Inc. to build woodwork for a   Express             p. 8, illus.
                                                    palace in Saudi Arabia-
Business - Mack Printing Co.      Jan. 5     1978   Mack Printing Co. purchases the building of the  Express             p. 1
                                                    former Sheridan Machine Company for $700,000.

Business - Mack Printing Co.      July 17    1978   Obituary of Donald W. Riddagh, vice president at    Express          p. 10
                                                    Mack Printing Co.
Business - Martin Guitar Co.      July 14    1978   The strike a thing of the past to the workers.      Express          p. 1, illus.
Business - Martin Guitar Co.      May 19     1978   Court delays in ruling to stop the striking union   Express          p. 1
                                                    members from trying to keep people from
                                                    entering or leaving plant. An account of union
                                                    activities.
Business - Mohican Marketplace Feb. 18       1978   Bank forecloses on Marketplace. Owner, Matyger.     Express          p. 19

Business - Mohican Marketplace July 6        1978   Teenagers, under 21, turn basement into disco    Express             p. 15, illus.
                                                    called Club Mohican
Business - Mohican Marketplace May 30        1978   The Club Mohican, the private club and           Express             p. 21
                                                    discotheque in the Marketplace, closed by owner
                                                    Bryant Matyger. All parties and activities
                                                    cancelled. Lafayette Trust Bank holds a $95,000.
                                                    mortgage.
Business - Mohican Marketplace Oct. 6        1978   A meat shop - deli to be a new department,       Express             p. 17, illus.
                                                    operated by Romeo Bussiere and Jay Feathers,
                                                    one of the butchers in Old Mohican Market.

Business - Music & Musicians      April 22   1978   Phillipsburg opera singer Linda Pellegrine, lyric   Express          p. 7, illus.
                                                    soprano, appears regularly with the Philadelphia
                                                    Opera Company.
Business - Music & Musicians   Aug. 22   1978   Gary Schocker, flutist, places first in Young Artist    Express   p. 13
                                                competition in National Flute association.

Business - Music & Musicians   June 1    1978   Obituary of Hazel Moser Klechner, area pianist          Express   p. 24
                                                and organist. Well-known entertainer in the
                                                Lehigh Valley.
Business - Music & Musicians   May 6     1978   Shawnee Choir of Delaware Water Gap loses its           Express   illus.
                                                director, Dr. Earl Wilhoite
Business - Music & Musicians   Nov. 13   1978   Joseph Rocco Mascari of Phillisburg wrote song          Express   p. 1, illus.
                                                "I'm from New Jersey". Both houses of NJ
                                                legislature approved song as state song but Gov.
                                                William T. Cahill vetoed it.
Business - Pfizer & Co.        Nov. 3    1978   After nearly 2 years of delay, Pfizer Inc. (Marketing   Express   p. 32, illus.
                                                Department of Metals, Pigments, and Minerals
                                                Division) moves into third floor offices in Wolf
                                                School Building.

Business - Plumbing            March 7   1978   Obituary of William Tomino, ex-Easton              Express        p. 8
                                                councilman, plumbing business owner.
Business - Restaurants         July 17   1978   Hot dog vendors with push carts now approved by Express           p. 17, illus.
                                                city. John Pappas one of the vendors. Mostly sell
                                                in vicinity of circle.
Business - Shopping Centers    Jan. 17   1978   Shopping center located in Williams Township       Express        p. 13
                                                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.

Business - Shopping Centers    May 1     1978   25th Street shopping center fire started in Father Express        p. 1, illus.
                                                Time Clock Shop. Blamed on electricity.

Business - Sports              Nov. 8    1978   Fin and Fish opens at 425 Northampton St. Roy           Express   p. 17, illus.
                                                Harvey is owner.
Business - Storage Companies   Dec. 4    1978   Obituary of John E. Miller, owner of Easton             Express   p. 20
                                                Storage Company
Business - Travel Agencies   May 15    1978   Commercial agency opens: Travel Design ,1940         Express          p. 22, illus.
                                              Northampton St.
Business - Variety Stores    Sept. 2   1978   Pet store, Tomlyn Pet Supply Store, opened at 548    Express          p. 47, illus.
                                              W. Berwick St. Also sells equipment for dog sled
                                              racing.
Business, etc.               Nov. 17   1978   Apollo Car Wash, formerly Jet Car Wash at 240 N.     Easton Express   p. 15, illus.
                                              Delaware Drive is renovated. Owned by John
                                              DiVietro and John Tersignia.
Canals and canaling          July 1    1978   Lehigh Canal boat "Josiah White" to make its first   Express          p. 15, illus.
                                              passenger run. Purchased for $10,000. An account
                                              of the arrangements
Cavallo family               July 31   1978   An account of Dr. John Cavallo's home life and       Express          p. 12, illus.
                                              preparation of food.
Chamber of Commerce, Easton July 18    1978   Former executive vice president Gene Gosch fined     Express          p. 13
                                              $50 and made restitution after being charged with
                                              illegally collecting $2500 in unemployment
                                              compensation benefits.
Chamber of Commerce, Easton May 26     1978   Burns the mortgage on the Chamber's new              Express          p. 19, illus.
                                              building at 157 S. 4th St. Building constructed in
                                              1975.
Churches - Baptist           Aug. 26   1978   Shiloh Baptist Church. An account of it activities   Easton Express   p. 1 illus.
                                              for its negro members.
Churches - Baptist           Nov. 4    1978   First Baptist Church of Easton has new building on   Easton Express   p. 30 illus.
                                              Greenwood Avenue in Palmer Township.

Churches - Moravian          April 8   1978   The First Moravian Church of Easton celebrated       Express          p. 6, illus.
                                              the 90th anniversary of its founding

Churches - Presbyterian      Dec. 16   1978   South Side Presbyterian Church at Valley and    Express               p. 38, illus.
                                              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.
Churches - Presbyterian          Oct. 24    1978   College Hill Presbyterian congregation honor their     Express          p. 17, illus.
                                                   pastor Rev. Robert Sandercock for his 19 years of
                                                   service.
Churches - St. Anthony's         April 24   1978   St. Anthony's Youth Center celebrates 25th             Easton Express   p. 2 illus.
                                                   anniversary.
Churches - St. John's Lutheran   Sept. 16   1978   Former pastor, Rev. John Steinbruck named              Easton Express   p. 10 illus.
                                                   recipient of Isiah award.
Clothing Stores                  Dec. 5     1978   Lerner's Shop, at 345 Northampton Street, to                            p. 17
                                                   close early in 1979 after more than 25 years in
                                                   downtown Easton.
Clothing Stores                  Jan. 9     1978   Mom and Tot Store.                                     Express-Times    p. 9
                                                   Store to close at end of February; it was located at
                                                   408 Northampton St.
Clothing Stores                  Oct. 3     1978   Joseph's Mens Store: Obituary of owner, Samuel         Express-Times    p. 27, illus.
                                                   J. Joseph.
Clubs - American Association of May 10      1978   The Easton branch celebrates 50 years on May           Easton Express   P. 14
University Women                                   18th with a dinner at Northampton County
                                                   Country Club. Brief history
Clubs - Sertoma                  April 5    1978   Awards "Service to Mankind" to Mrs. Margaret           Easton Express   P. 13 Illus.
                                                   Dobson Druse
CORCO                            October 18 1978   A small group of Easton citizens formed to lobby       Easton Express   P. 15
                                                   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
Court House - New                April 10   1978   Moving day. Major offices move into the new            Easton Express   P. 15
                                                   administration building.
Court House - New                November 1978     Funds to be saved by employing a cleaning and          Easton Express   P. 15
                                 21                janitorial agency. Cleaning employess threaten
                                                   action on loss of their jobs.
Crime                            March 10   1978   Organized crime is said to be "moving in fast" in      Easton Express   p. 13
                                                   the Poconos.
Crime                            March 7    1978   Organized crime is said to be "moving in fast" in     Easton Express   p. 13
                                                   the Poconos.
Crime                            March 8    1978   Organized crime is said to be "moving in fast" in     Easton Express   p. 1
                                                   the Poconos.
Crime                            March 9    1978   Organized crime is said to be "moivng in fast" in     Easton Express   p. 1, illus.
                                                   the Poconos.
Crime - Arson                    Jan. 13    1978   Trial of Bath, PA arsonist, Gary W. Hartzell, to be   Easton Express   p. 1, illus.
                                                   held out of Northampton County due to media
                                                   publicity.
Crime - Arson                    Jan. 5     1978   Trial of Bath, PA arsonist, Gary W. Hartzell, to be   Easton Express   p. 1
                                                   held out of Northampton County due to media
                                                   publicity.
Dairy Plants                     July 18    1978   LeHi Dairy.                                           Easton Express   p. 13
                                                   Workers at Allentown plant strike.
Delaware River                   June 7     1978   Mary Lou Pyatt, 19, of Phillipsburg rescued Joseph    Express          illus.
                                                   Corcoran of Stroudsburg from drowning in
                                                   Delaware River while 50 people watched from
                                                   Northampton Street Bridge
Delaware River Joint Toll Bridge July 22    1978   Vehicle carrying receipts of $10,196. in cash held    Express          p. 13
Commission                                         up by two men who later abandoned van and fled
                                                   on separate motorcycles. Van was making daily
                                                   trip to bank in Stroudsburg.

Democratic Party                 Aug. 28    1978   Obituary of Helen D. Sutton, leader in party and  Express              p. 8
                                                   aid to Francis E. Walter. Was PA State Democratic
                                                   Committee woman for 31 years.
Department Store                 Jan. 26    1978   Laneco Department Store: In Pohatcong             Easton Express       p. 1
                                                   Township has part of its roof collapse due to
                                                   heavy snowstorm.
Department Stores                March 31   1978   Wilson Borough approves site plan for K-mart      Easton Express       p. 1, map.
                                                   store on 9.77 acre tract of land on 25th St.

Dixie Cup Co.                    Dec. 5     1978   Obituary of John B. Taylor, retired vice president. Easton Express     p. 22, illus.
Doctors                      12 May     1978   Dr. Anthony Sparta to retire after 50 years as a   Easton Express     p. 12, illus.
                                               physician in Easton.
Doctors                      Dec. 5     1978   Obituary for Dr. Joseph M. Brau, Easton physician. Easton Express     p. 22, illus.

Doctors                      March 20   1978   Obituary of Dr. Rolf E. Johnson.                     Easton Express   p. 12, illus.
Doctors                      Nov. 9     1978   Dr. Dominick J. Raso of Easton reinstated as a staff Easton Express   p. 13
                                               member at Muhlenberg Medical Center.

Doctors                      Sept. 21   1978   Muhlenberg Medical Center ousts Dr. Dominick J. Easton Express        p. 1
                                               Raso of Easton for his disruptive conduct at a
                                               medical staff meeting.
Dogs                         July 22    1978   Borzoi breed raised by Karen Staudt of          Express               p. 7, illus.
                                               Stewartsville, NJ, are stars in tv commercials.

Downtown Improvement Group Jan. 17      1978   Director Mrs. Elizabeth Johns resigns as of Feb. 1   Express          p. 13
(DIG)
Downtown Improvement Group July 29      1978   DIG moves into quarters at the Easton Area           Express          p. 17, illus.
(DIG)                                          Chamber of Commerce building on 2. 4th Street

Downtown Improvement Group June 8       1978   New executive director, William D. Schroeder, Jr., Express            p. 13, illus.
(DIG)                                          21, graduate of University of PA, appointed

Downtown Improvement Group May 8        1978   New director was head of Hemophilia unit under Express                p. 9
(DIG)                                          Federal investigation. Mrs. Harriet Phillips chosen
                                               from a list of 20 applicants. Committee not aware
                                               of her involvement in the association.

Drinking                     July 13    1978   Easton puts restrictions on drinking in public       Express          p. 13
Easton Area Public Library   Feb. 11    1978   Plans mobile branch in Palmer Township.              Easton Express   P. 15
Easton Area Public Library   July 25    1978   Mrs Frances S. Wallace former college hill branch    Easton Express   P. 22
   Staff------ Obituary                        librarian.
Easton Express               Feb. 2     1978   Chairman emeritus of Easton Express, J. Laurence     Easton Express   p. 20, illus
                                               Stackhouse, celebrates his 90th birthday.
Easton Express                   March 13   1978   J. L. Stackhouse, chairman emeritus of the board        Easton Express   p. 1, illus
                                                   of Easton Publishing Co. Obituary.
Easton Express - Employees       Sept. 30   1978   S. Parnell Lewis retires as associate editor after 43   Easton Express   p. 17, illus
                                                   years of service.
Easton Express - Parking Lots    July 31    1978   Easton Publishing Company leases parking lot at         Easton Express   p. 17
                                                   Riverside Drive from city.
Easton Hospital                  July 18    1978   Renovation program provided for new entrance            Easton Express   p. 13
                                                   and lobby on 21st Street.
Easton Hospital                  July 22    1978   Renovation program provided for new entrance            Easton Express   p. 2, illus
                                                   and lobby on 21st Street.
Easton Hospital                  May 16     1978   Junior League of the Lehigh Valley plan health care     Easton Express   p. 17
                                                   center at Easton Hospital.
Easton Hospital                  May 3      1978   Junior League of the Lehigh Valley plan health care     Easton Express   p. 13
                                                   center at Easton Hospital.
Easton Hospital                  Sept. 26   1978   Old Cleaning plant building at 20th and Ferry           Easton Express   p. 11
                                                   Streets site for parking garage.
Easton Hospital - Emergency      Aug. 7     1978   Emergency room: its activities.                         Easton Express   p. 12, illus
Room
Easton, City of - Historic       Jan. 5     1978   12 firms in the area join the revitalization group Express               p. 13
Preservation                                       known as Great Easton Corp.
Easton, City of - Celebrations   Aug. 31    1978   Labor Day weekend also celebrated with             Express               p. 1
                                                   community Spirit Day, a fun and games festival at
                                                   Hacketts Park. Sponsored by Easton Jaycees and
                                                   WEEX.
Easton, City of - Celebrations   July 10    1978   Heritage Day activities                            Express               p. 1 & 30,
                                                                                                                            illus.
Easton, City of - Celebrations   July 26    1978   "Circle Circus" part of the celebration of         Express               p. 1, illus.
                                                   "Downtown Easton Week"
Easton, City of - Celebrations   June 29    1978   Heritage Day activities are planned for weekend of Express               p. 1
                                                   July 8-10
Easton, City of - City Hall      Aug. 23    1978   City Hall to conduct open house on Sept. 9         Express               p. 15
Easton, City of - Design     Oct. 3     1978   "Easton Design Guide" is a publication to guide     Express    p. 1 & 17,
                                               citizens who wish to participate in Easton's                   illus.
                                               restoration approved by Mayor Schultz and
                                               members of various agencies. Planning took 6
                                               months, prepared by Lancaster firm of deVitry,
                                               Gilbert, and Bradley. Cost $

Easton, City of - Fire       Aug. 23    1978   Open house on Sept. 9 of Fire Department's new      Express    p. 15
Department - Stations                          facilities at 6th and Northampton Streets

Easton, City of - Fire       June 20    1978   Easton Fire Dept. moves into new quarters across Express       p. 32, illus.
Department - Stations                          from old building
Easton, City of - Historic   April 24   1978   In celebration of National Preservation Week,    Express       p. 13
Preservation                                   Historic Easton, Inc. sponsored a bus tour of
                                               Easton Saturday May 13. It cost 50 cents.

Easton, City of - Historic   Dec. 7     1978   Historic Easton, Inc. will sponsor a walking tour on Express   p. 33, illus.
Preservation                                   Saturday Dec. 9 from 1-5 pm. To feature 16
                                               examples of restoration.
Easton, City of - Historic   July 17    1978   Art Deco of the 1920s is shown on many               Express   p. 14, illus.
Preservation                                   downtown buildings
Easton, City of - Historic   May 12     1978   In celebration of National Preservation Week,        Express   p. 1, illus.
Preservation                                   Historic Easton, Inc. sponsored a bus tour of
                                               Easton Saturday May 13. It cost 50 cents.

Easton, City of - Historic   May 15     1978   In celebration of National Preservation Week,       Express    p. 1
Preservation                                   Historic Easton, Inc. sponsored a bus tour of
                                               Easton Saturday May 13. It cost 50 cents.

Easton, City of - Historic   May 25     1978   Easton's architecturalll treasures being studied by Express    p. 17, illus.
Preservation                                   Eugene Aleci of Lancaster architectural firm of
                                               deVitry, Gilbert and Bradley at cost of $25,000
Easton, City of - Historic     May 8      1978   City and Historic Easton, Inc. and Chamber of        Easton Express   p. 9
Preservation                                     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

Easton, City of - Historic     Oct. 26    1978   Historic Easton Inc. awards its first "annual award" Express          p. 15
Preservation                                     to Easton Publishing Co. for the purchase of the 85-
                                                 year-old former Wolf school. Other businesses
                                                 cited for having restored their buildings.

Easton, City of - Historic     Sept. 18   1978   Survey of historic sites conducted by volunteers      Express         p. 17, illus.
Preservation                                     under a $10,000 State grant
Easton, City of - Historic     Sept. 28   1978   Historic Easton, Inc. believes the code               Express         p. 1
Preservation                                     rejuvenation will attract middle and high income
                                                 property owners back to downtown area. Plans
                                                 drive to restore the downtown area.

Easton, City of - Historic     Sept. 5    1978   Survey of historic sites conducted by volunteers      Express         p. 4
Preservation                                     undera $10,000 state grant
Easton, City of - Historical   May 26     1978   Mayor Schultz and a coalition of public and private   Express         p. 20
Preservation                                     leaders issued an "Easton Preservation
                                                 Philosophy" - a commitment to hold onto the
                                                 downtown area's fine 18th and 19th century
                                                 buildings.
Easton, City of - History      July 8     1978   Express reporter Jim Shelly writes a story            Express         p. 1, illus.
                                                 simulating July 3, 1776, signing of the Declaration
                                                 of Independence
Easton, City of - Housing      May 24     1978   Easton Rredevelopment Authority to save 9             Express         p. 17
                                                 houses located on the west side of South Fifth
                                                 Street between Wolf Ave. and Washington St.
Easton, City of - Housing         Nov. 9    1978   Area properties owned by David Williams sold at a      Express   p. 15
                                                   Northampton County jSheriff's sale
Easton, City of - Mayors          June 14   1978   Mayor Henry Schultz labeled as a practitioner of       Express   p. 1, illus.
                                                   the art of compromise. An account of his term of
                                                   office.
Easton, City of - Mayors          June 16   1978   Easton Mayor Henry Schultz was at ringside for         Express   p. 18
                                                   the Larry Holmes fight at Las Vegas. When he
                                                   rushed to the fighter's dressing room, his wallet
                                                   was stolen.
Easton, City of - Officials       May 16    1978   John Beckam (city engineer - director of public        Express   p. 1
                                                   services ) refused to resign. Mayor Schultz plans to
                                                   fire him.
Easton, City of - Officials       May 6     1978   John Beckam ( city engineer - director of public       Express   p. 1
                                                   services) refused to resign. Mayor Schultz plans to
                                                   fire him.
Easton, City of - Police Dept.    Aug. 23   1978   Police Department to conduct open house on             Express   p. 15
                                                   Sept. 9
Easton, City of - Police Dept. - Feb. 17    1978   Head of Canine Corps and top dog (Bronson)             Express   p. 17, illus.
Dogs                                               retire. Canine Corps started in 1970.
Easton, City of - Police Dept. - March 10   1978   Head of Canine Corps and top dog (Bronson)             Express   p. 13 & 14,
Dogs                                               retires. Canine Corps started in 1970.                           illus.
Easton, City of - Redevelopment Oct. 9      1978   Easton Redevelopment Authority appointments            Express   p. 1
                                                   by former Mayor Ashton upheld by PA Supreme
                                                   Court
Easton, City of - Streets         Aug. 3    1978   City planners outline plan to build a new 540-feet-    Express   p. 13, illus.
                                                   long street connecting South Union and South 5th
                                                   St. in the Gallows Hill area.

Easton, City of - Streets         July 8    1978   Walk and Don't Walk signs at Centre Square             Express   p. 15, illus.
                                                   declared unsafe for pedestrian crossing
Easton, City of - Streets - Fourth Aug. 1   1978   Construction during the summer months on               Express   p. 13, illus.
Street                                             Northampton and 4th Streets leads consumers
                                                   and merchants to complain
Easton, City of - Streets - Repairs Aug. 26   1978   Constant street repairs on Northampton Street irk Express             p. 17
                                                     downtown merchants
Easton, City of - Theaters         Oct. 5     1978   Two new theaters approved by Easton Planning      Express             p. 13
                                                     Commission. Developers are Jack and George
                                                     Chartier.
Easton, South                      Aug. 23    1978   Residents living on 800 block of Lincoln Street   Express             p. 15
                                                     organize a watchdog association to prevent and
                                                     reduce fear of crime in their area.

Easton, South - Crime              Aug. 3     1978   Residents complain to city council that they are  Express             p. 1
                                                     living in a crime-plagued neighborhood. They
                                                     want help
Easton, South - Crime              July 27    1978   Residents complain to city council that they are  Express             p. 13
                                                     living in a crime-plagued neighborhood.
                                                     They want help.
Eddyside                           Feb. 21    1978   Expansion plan for Eddyside Municipal Beach and Easton Express        p. 13, illus
                                                     Park presented to City Council. Park area to be a
                                                     memorial for Jay Snyder, former city councilman.

Education - March School           May 6      1978   March School has visit from poet Philip Dow.         Easton Express   p. 21 illus.

England, Dr. Herbert K.            May 11     1978   Received the Outstanding Citizen Award from          Easton Express   p. 17, illus
                                                     Phillipsburg Chamber of Commerce.                                     p. 18, illus
Equal Rights Amendment             Aug. 28    1978   About 100 Lehigh Valley men and women                Easton Express   p. 1, illus
                                                     marched to Bethlehem YWCA in support of the
                                                     issue.
Fires                              April 12   1978   F & T Auto Works Garage at 1053 Bushkill Drive       Easton Express   p. 15, illus.
                                                     damaged heavily by fire.
Fires - Easton                     Oct. 4     1978   Four families homeless after fire damages homes      Easton Express   p. 1, illus
                                                     on South 9t Street.
Fires - Easton                     Sept. 29   1978   Four families homeless after fire damages homes      Easton Express   p. 9, illus
                                                     on South 9t Street.
Forks Township - Fires             Sept. 8    1978   Fire ruins 6 unfinished townhouses in the Fiddlers   Easton Express   p. 1, illus
                                                     Elbow development.
Foul Rift                    April 12   1978   An account of the area on the Delaware River.          Easton Express   p. 15, illus

Gallows Hill Neighborhood    April 27   1978   More than 70 persons attended the office of the        Easton Express   p. 19, illus
                                               Gallows Hill Neighborhood Preservation at their
                                               open house at 149 S. 6th St.
Gallows Hill Neighborhood    July 19    1978   Alice Baylog wins poster contest depicting             Easton Express   p. 17, illus
                                               preservation of Gallows Hill by city.
Gallows Hill Neighborhood    March 3    1978   Residents of the South Sixth Street area plan to       Easton Express   p. 1, 5
                                               improve declining neighborhood. Receive $10,000
                                               check for the project.
Glendon, Pa. - Clubs         May 15     1978   Glendon Borough Lions club chartered. Sponsored        Easton Express   p. 21, illus
                                               by Palmer Lions Club.
Greater Easton Corporation   Jan. 25    1978   Created to revitalize Easton. To use Lancaster         Easton Express   p. 1
                                               Model in its plan of action.
Greeks                       Nov. 8     1978   Wilson's annual Greek festival held at Hellenic        Easton Express   p. 32, illus
                                               Orthodox Church is the 6th for the Greek
                                               Community.
Gypsies                      Sept. 13   1978   King of gypsies swears they will stay out of Easton.   Easton Express   p. 17, illus
                                               Several had been charged with felonies.

Hart, Jacob                  Nov. 22    1978   Portrait of son of early settler of Easton presented Easton Express     p. 53, illus
                                               to Northampton County Historical Society by Mrs.
                                               C. Spencer Allen.
Health                       Aug. 24    1978   Easton resident agrees to stop marketing "weight- Easton Express        p. 1, illus
                                               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.
Health          Aug. 29     1978   Easton resident agrees to stop marketing "weight- Easton Express     p. 1
                                   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.

Holmes, Larry   July 15     1978   Buys at 20 Gordon Drive, Old Orchard, Palmer     Easton Express      p. 1
                                   Township for $70,000.
Holmes, Larry   July 21     1978   Muhammad Ali to attend Holmes dinner. List of    Easton Express      p. 1
                                   other guests.
Holmes, Larry   July 28     1978   Testimonial dinner held at Kirby Hall, Lafayette Easton Express      p. 1, illus
                                   College. 600 persons attend including Muhammad
                                   Ali and others in the boxing world.

Holmes, Larry   July 31     1978   Testimonial dinner held at Kirby Hall, Lafayette Easton Express      p. 1, illus
                                   College. 600 persons attend including Muhammad
                                   Ali and others in the boxing world.

Holmes, Larry   June 10     1978   Wins the World Boxing Championship over Ken         Easton Express   p. 1, illus
                                   Norton at Caesar's Palace, Las Vegas. An account
                                   of the bout.
Holmes, Larry   June 10     1978   Centre Square jammed by hundreds of persons to      Easton Express   p. 1, illus
                                   celebrate Larry Holmess title bout on June 9,
                                   1978.
Holmes, Larry   June 16     1978   Easton Mayor Henry Schultz was at ringside for      Easton Express   p. 19
                                   the Larry Holmes fight at Las Vegas. When he
                                   rushed to the fighter's dressing room his wallet
                                   was stolen.
Holmes, Larry   March 27    1978   Easton boxer wins victory over Earnie Shavers in    Easton Express   p. 1, illus
                                   Las Vegas.
Holmes, Larry   May 16      1978   Training in Catskill Camp. Series of photographs.   Easton Express   p. 23, illus

Holmes, Larry   May 8, 9,   1978   Series of 4 articles by Mark LaRose, Easton Express Easton Express
                10, 11             staff writer.
Holmes, Larry      Nov. 11    1978   Knocks out Alfredo Evangelista of Spain in 7th       Easton Express   p. 1
                                     round at Las Vegas on Friday Nov. 10th.                               p. 29, illus
Holmes, Larry      Oct. 11    1978   Named as honorary recruiter by the U.S. Air Force    Easton Express   p. 43, illus
                                     at ceremonies at Easton.
Houses, Historic   Sept. 8    1978   Jacobsburg Historical Society to restore the Henry   Easton Express   p. 13, illus
                                     Homestead. Description of the 200 year home of
                                     the William Henry Family.
Housing            April 4    1978   Williams' tenants say they can't afford to move.     Easton Express   p. 5

Housing            Aug. 25    1978   David C. Williams, Easton's controversial landlord   Easton Express   p. 1
                                     accuses George Winter, Easton's code
                                     administrator of alleged pay offs.
Housing            Aug. 26    1978   David C. Williams, Easton's controversial landlord   Easton Express   p. 1
                                     accuses George Winter, Easton's code
                                     administrator of alleged pay offs.
Housing            Jan. 25    1978   Landlord David Williams to sell all Easton           Easton Express   p. 13
                                     properties and settle in Florida. He had been a
                                     controversial landlord with many deteriorated
                                     properties.
Housing            July 14    1978   Williams bankruptcy moved from Tampa to Court        Easton Express   p. 17
                                     in Pennsylvania. An accont of his debts.

Housing            June 30    1978   Easton's largest housing development when            Easton Express   p. 21, illus
                                     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.
Housing            March 17   1978   City, utilities try to solve woes of Williams'       Easton Express   p. 1
                                     tenants.
Housing            March 22   1978   Some Williams tenants to face eviciton.              Easton Express   p. 1
Housing            March 28   1978   Williams' tenants stage rally in Centre Square.      Easton Express   p. 1, illus

Housing            March 29   1978   Landlord David Williams gives his version on his     Easton Express   p. 1, illus
                                     problem of renting his apartments.
Housing              March 3   1978   Landlord Williams has auction of his properties.     Easton Express   p. 7
                                      Nobody wants to buy his run-down buildings.

Housing              March 6   1978   Landlord Williams has auction of his properties.     Easton Express   p. 1
                                      Nobody wants to buy his run-down buildings.

Housing              May 4     1978   Low-income elderly of the area hurt most by          Easton Express
                                      housing pinch. Usual waiting period is 3-5 years.

Housing              Oct. 12   1978   FBI Clears Easton's Code Office of wrongdoing.    Easton Express      p. 1
                                      David Williams brought the issue forward thru his
                                      testimony in the federal bankruptcy court.

Housing              Oct. 14   1978   David Williams says officials lied while George    Easton Express     p. 1
                                      Winter and City Planning Director Maue say they
                                      didn't.
Housing              Sept. 1   1978   David C. Williams, Easton's controversial landlord Easton Express     p. 1
                                      accuses George Winter, Easton's code
                                      administrator of alleged pay offs.
Hugh Moore Parkway   April 8   1978   Canal boat being readied for the summer season. Easton Express        p. 17

Hugh Moore Parkway   Aug. 21   1978   White Water-Course a possibility. Potential          Easton Express   p. 13, illus
                                      training area for the sport.
Hugh Moore Parkway   July 1    1978   Lehigh canal boat "Josiah White" to make its first   Easton Express   p. 15, illus
                                      passenger run. Purchased for $10,000. An account
                                      of the arrangements.
Hugh Moore Parkway   July 18   1978   Injured boat mule destroyed after vet determined     Easton Express   p. 13
                                      broken hip was irreparable.
Hugh Moore Parkway   July 19   1978   Hugh Moore Parkway sign on Route 22 erected          Easton Express   p. 18, illus
                                      advertising canal boat rides.
Hugh Moore Parkway   June 29   1978   Lehigh canal boat "Josiah White" to make its first   Easton Express   p. 13
                                      passenger run. Purchased for $10,000. An account
                                      of the arrangements.
Hugh Moore Parkway   Oct. 24   1978   Jake, the second canal mule dies.                    Easton Express   p. 1
Hugh Moore Parkway - Mules        July 29   1978   Canal mules named Jesse and Jake by Debra             Easton Express   p. 15, illus
                                                   Berger who won the name contest.
Hugh Moore Parkway - Mules        June 2    1978   Mules pulling Canal boat perform well on opening      Easton Express   p. 1, illus
                                                   boat rides. An account of the mules and their
                                                   work.
Israel                            May 19    1978   Israeli envoy visits Easton. Yaacov Paran             Easton Express   p. 9, illus
                                                   welcomed by Mayor Schultz at a reception. Cut
                                                   birthday cake in observance of 30 years of
                                                   cooperation.
Israeli Consul                    May 11    1978   Yaacov Paran visits Easton May 18 during Easton's     Easton Express   p. 13, illus
                                                   celebration of Israel's 30th Anniversary.

Jacobsburg - Historical Society   Sept. 8   1978   Jacobsburg Historical Society to restore the Henry    Easton Express   p. 13, illus
                                                   Homestead. Description of the 200 year old home
                                                   of the William Henry family.
Jewish Community Center           Jan. 11   1978   To close its doors. Building to be sold. Started in   Easton Express   p. 13, illus
                                                   1915 as Young Men's Hebrew Association.
                                                   Building purchased from old Hutter estate, 660
                                                   Ferry Street.
Kreskin                           Jan. 26   1978   Kreskin visits Lehigh Valley Area to plug latest      Easton Express   p. 13
                                                   book.
Lafayette College - Presidents    April 8   1978   New president named to succeed Dr. K. Roald           Express          p. 1, illus. &
                                                   Bergethon. He is Dr. David W. Wllis of the                             p. 6, illus.
                                                   University of New Hampshire.
Lafayette College - Presidents    June 2    1978   An account of the background of Lafayette's new       Express          p. 17, illus.
                                                   president, Dr. David Ellis.
Lafayette College - Presidents    June 28   1978   Alumni Club salutes retiring president Dr. K. Roald   Express          p. 15, illus.
                                                   Bergethon. Honored by 200 friends, colleagues,
                                                   and community members.
Lafayette College - Presidents    June 5    1978   Dr. K. Roald Bergethon and his wife Katherine         Express          p. 7, illus.
                                                   receive honorary degrees.
Lafayette College - Presidents    Oct. 21   1978   Dr. David Ellis inaugurated as 13th president.        Express          p. 1, illus.
Lafayette College - Students    April 28   1978   400 students protest the conversion of Soles Hall    Easton Express   p. 9, illus.
                                                  to all-female residence by 1980-81 school year.

Lafayette College - Visitors    Feb. 4     1978   David W. Marston (former U. S. Attorney,              Express         p. 15
                                                  dismissed by U. S. Attorney Griffin Bell) to speak at
                                                  Lafayette on Feb.7.
Lafayette College - Visitors    May 18     1978   An account of George Plimpton's various activities Express            p. 13, illus.
                                                  as he visits for the day at Lafayette College.

Louise Moore Park               May 27     1978   Dedication exercises of the new park which is      Express            p. 19, illus.
                                                  composed of 120 acres located in almost
                                                  geographic center of the county. It stretches from
                                                  Lower Nazareth into Bethlehem Township.

Louise Moore Park               May 31     1978   Dedication exercises of the new park which is      Express            p. 13, illus.
                                                  composed of 120 acres located in almost
                                                  geographic center of the county. It stretches from
                                                  Lower Nazareth into Bethlehem Township.

Merrill Creek                   July 24    1978   Conservation group marches against Merrill Creek Easton Express       p. 1, illus
                                                  Dam. Lehigh and Pocono Committee of Concern
                                                  (LePoCo) also walked with the group.

Monroe County, Pa.              June 6     1978   Office of the Monroe County Museum Assoc.      Easton Express         p. 5, illus
                                                  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.

Monroe County, Pa. - Historic   May 20     1978   Worthington Hall, the 1904 community center in       Easton Express   p. 22, illus
Buildings                                         Shawnee has been entered on the National
                                                  Register of Historic Places.
Movies - Dain Curse             April 4    1978   Local Cast to hold viewing party.                    Easton Express   p. 5
Movies - Dain Curse   May 19     1978    Dain Curse. Article by Express reporter on the     Easton Express    p. 21, illus
                                         costumes used in the filming of the movie - the
                                         kind of research to make the costumes authentic
                                         for the period.
Movies - Dain Curse   May 2      1978    To be shown May 22, 23, 24 on CBS in two-hour Easton Express         p. 15
                                         segments from 9 to 11 P.M. Article by Jean Shelly.

Movies - Dain Curse   May 25     1978    Three part TV Movie when shown in the area was Easton Express        p. 1, illus
                                         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.

Murder                April 1 & 3 1978   Wilson tavern owner killed; suspect held. Otto F.   Easton Express   p. 1, illus.
                                         Ehritz, owner of Otto's Café, 1607 Northampton
                                         Street shot by Thomas Roberts.

Murder                Nov. 1     1978    Virginia L. Morrell, 21 years old, murdered at      Easton Express   p. 1
                                         South Easton, PA. Crime not solved.
Murder                Nov. 2     1978    Virginia L. Morrell, 21 years old, murdered at      Easton Express   p. 1
                                         South Easton, PA. Crime not solved.
Murder                Nov. 3     1978    Virginia L. Morrell, 21 years old, murdered at      Easton Express   p. 1
                                         South Easton, PA. Crime not solved.
Murder                Nov. 4     1978    Bernadette Mc Intosh of Lopatcong Township,         Easton Express   p. 1
                                         Warren County, NJ murdered on June 15.
                                         Theodore Barnes, Jr. accused but acquitted.
                                         Crime not solved.
Murder                Nov. 4     1978    Virginia L. Morrell, 21 years old, murdered at      Easton Express   p. 1
                                         South Easton, PA. Crime not solved.
Murder                Nov. 7     1978    Sandra Deutsch Miller, 22 year old housewife,       Easton Express   p. 15
                                         murdered at Nazareth, PA. Crime not solved.

Murder                Nov. 7     1978    Virginia L. Morrell, 21 years old, murdered at      Easton Express   p. 15
                                         South Easton, PA. Crime not solved.
Murder                         Nov. 9     1978   Bernadette Mc Intosh of Lopatcong Township,           Easton Express   p. 1
                                                 Warren County, NJ murdered on June 15.
                                                 Theodore Barnes, Jr. accused but acquitted.
                                                 Crime not solved.
Murder                         Sept. 13   1978   Thomas Roberts of Easton, PA found guilty of third    Easton Express   p. 17
                                                 degree murder on April 1, in the death of Otto
                                                 Ehritz, tavern owner.
Murder                         Sept. 15   1978   Thomas Roberts of Easton, PA found guilty of third    Easton Express   p. 1
                                                 degree murder on April 1, in the death of Otto
                                                 Ehritz, tavern owner.
Murder                         Sept. 18   1978   Sandra Deutsch Miller of Nazareth, Pennsylvania       Easton Express
                                                 murdered in her home.
Murder                         Sept. 19   1978   Sandra Deutsch Miller of Nazareth, Pennsylvania       Easton Express
                                                 murdered in her home.
Murder                         Sept. 21   1978   Sandra Deutsch Miller of Nazareth, Pennsylvania       Easton Express
                                                 murdered in her home.
Negroes                        Aug. 26    1978   An account of the religious strength of the Negro     Easton Express   p. 8, illus
                                                 churches in the Easton area.
Negroes                        Sept. 7    1978   Judge Albert Murray, a negro, owns and operates       Easton Express   p. 1, illus
                                                 the Hillside Inn at Marshalls Creek, the only black
                                                 resort in Monroe County.
Newspapers                     May 20     1978   Fledgling Lehigh Valley newspaper ends 1 1/2          Easton Express   p. 19
                                                 years of operation. Valley Sentinel, published in
                                                 Bethlehem, suspends publication. Various reasons
                                                 given.
North. Co. Hist. Society       Aug. 30    1978   Obituary of resident curator, Joseph Malia.           Easton Express   p. 16, illus
North. Co. Hist. Society       Nov. 22    1978   Portrait of Jacob Hart, son of early settler of       Easton Express   p. 53, illus
                                                 Easton, presented to Northampton County
                                                 Historical Society by Mrs. C. Spencer Allen.
Northampton Co., PA - Budget   Oct. 6     1978   County budget for 1979 has a tax cut                  Express          p. 1, illus.
Northampton Co., PA -            Oct. 6     1978   First Municipal Conference held in Easton on Oct.      Express          p. 21
Conference                                         10 at Courthouse. Session is first time in the 225-
                                                   year history of the County to be held to discuss
                                                   governmental issues.
Northampton Co., PA - County     Jan. 3     1978   Commissioner form of government ended with             Express          p. 11, illus.
Council                                            the adoption of the 1978 budget. New County
                                                   Council form effected .
Northampton Co., PA - District   Aug. 21    1978   John E. Gallagher, Jr. dismisses 2 top aides. Action   Express          p. 1
Attorney                                           says not politically motivated. Dismissed were :
                                                   1st assistant Nicholas Zanakas and assistant
                                                   Salvador Salazar.
Northampton Co., PA - District   Aug. 23    1978   District Attorney John E. Gallagher back in office     Express          p. 1, illus.
Attorney                                           after a month-long absence. Sources say he was
                                                   treated for an alcohol problem.
Northampton Co., PA - District   Sept. 25   1978   District Attorney John E. Gallagher back in office     Express          p. 1, illus.
Attorney                                           after a month-long absence. Sources say he was
                                                   treated for an alcohol problem.
Northampton Co., PA - Finances June 1       1978   County has more than 80 bank accounts and most         Express          p. 1
                                                   of them exist under no method of central control

Northampton Co., PA - Prison -   Feb. 14    1978   Former Warden Paul Bertand dies                        Express          p. 26
Warden
Norton, William M.               Feb. 21    1978   Phillipsburg native comments on his rags to riches. Easton Express      p. 13, illus

Nuclear Attack                   Nov. 29    1978   Lehigh Valley listed as one of 13 "high risks" areas Easton Express     p. 1
                                                   under a tentative nuclear crisis relocation plan.
                                                   Residents advised to evacuate to Poconos.

Palmer Township - Municipal      Oct. 11    1978   Plans for a proposed municipal complex on the          Easton Express   p. 15, illus
Building                                           27.5 acre tract donated by Carl Weller calls for 5
                                                   buildings, tennis courts, playground and walking
                                                   paths.
Palmer Township - Municipal     Sept. 27   1978   Plans for a proposed municipal complex on the        Easton Express   p. 13
Building                                          27.5 acre tract donated by Carl Weller calls for 5
                                                  buildings, tennis courts, playground and walking
                                                  paths.
Palmer Township - Police        July 18    1978   Summer intern, Cindy Troxell, handles desk duties    Easton Express   p. 13, illus
Department                                        as well as tour duties.
Panama Canal Treaty             Feb. 11    1978   Easton Attorney, John Francis Goldsmith gives his    Easton Express   p. 4
                                                  argument against treaty.
Parks - Allentown               Jan. 12    1978   Dorney Park has constructed a 60 foot wind mill      Easton Express   p. 11
                                                  to operate power for the park.
Parks - Allentown               May 22     1978   Dorney Park. "Windjammer 475," a 64 foot tower       Easton Express   p. 2, illus
                                                  and blade that is used to conserve energy for
                                                  electrical requirements erected.
Pennsylvania - Slogan           April 28   1978   The state's new slogan to be "Pennsylvania -         Easton Express   p. 9
                                                  Naturally." Winner was John Vesco of Irwin, Pa. a
                                                  total of 75,000 slogans entered the contest.

Phillipsburg, N.J.              Feb. 22    1978   Reporter Martin Waldron for New York Times           Easton Express   p. 1
                                                  wrote article on Phillipsburg, which the
                                                  townspeople feel was untrue and degrading.

Phillipsburg, N.J. - Curfew     Nov. 14    1978   Curfew in effect. First night is quiet.              Easton Express   p. 1, illus
Phillipsburg, N.J. - Fire       Feb. 23    1978   Jersey Hose Company honors 14 old-timers at          Easton Express   p. 36, illus
Companies                                         their 23rd annual dinner.
Phillipsburg, N.J. - Fires      Aug. 14    1978   Fire damages Norton's Cork'n Bottle Liquor Store,    Easton Express   p. 21, illus
                                                  152 S. Main Street.
Phillipsburg, N.J. - Fires      July 22    1978   Two children die as fire guts home at 290            Easton Express   p. 1, illus
                                                  Washington St. home of Klatz family.
Phillipsburg, N.J. - Historic   Dec. 18    1978   Roseberry House, 200 year old landmark in            Easton Express   p. 1, illus
Homes                                             Phillipsburg to be saved by local area Jaycees.

Phillipsburg, N.J. - Jaycees    Feb. 11    1978   Jaycees of Phillipsburg cancel Monte Carlo Night Easton Express       p. 1
                                                  at Hotel Easton. Fear of being raided even though
                                                  the event was for Charity.
Phillipsburg, N.J. - Officials   June 22    1978   William Norton resigned from town council in    Easton Express          p. 1, illus
                                                   wake of dispute with patrolman David Stone, who
                                                   charged that Norton had "manipulated" Police
                                                   Chief Edwin Deacon III.

Phillipsburg, N.J. - Officials   May 22     1978   Lucille Swick elected as the first woman member        Easton Express   p. 5, illus
                                                   of the town council.
Phillipsburg, N.J. - Parking     Oct. 14    1978   Parking tickets enforced since 1974 now                Easton Express   p. 1, illus
Meters                                             questioned by Warren County Court as invalid.

Phillipsburg, N.J. - Schools     Jan. 17    1978   Miss Lilliam M. Houser, educator for 43 years.         Easton Express   p. 36
                                                   Obituary.
Phillipsburg, N.J. - Streets     Oct. 18    1978   Town Council lifts street plan after merchants         Easton Express   p. 1
                                                   gripe. Plan was to remove 12 parking meters and
                                                   to allow left turn land on South Main Street into
                                                   Hudson Street.
Phillipsburg, N.J. - Youth       Oct. 25    1978   Council approves curfew. Much opposition to the        Easton Express   p. 1
                                                   ruling that all teenagers be off streets from 9 P.M.
                                                   to 6 A.M. Rule applies to persons under 18 years
                                                   old.
Planned Parenthood               Jan. 21    1978   Founder of the Easton Branch was Mrs. Katherine        Easton Express   p. 28
                                                   Douthett. Obituary.
Prendergast, James               Nov. 10    1978   Democrat Pa. State Representative pays the State       Easton Express   p. 1
                                                   $1,241 for controversial personal telephone calls
                                                   made by his family.
Prendergast, James               Sept. 16   1978   State Representative is willing to pay for phone       Easton Express   p. 1
                                                   calls made by his family.
Press Run                        Aug. 10    1978   10,000 meter and 2 mile "run for fun" held             Easton Express   p. 10
                                                   Saturday August 12. Sponsored with YMCA.                                p. 48, illus
Press Run                        Aug. 12    1978   Runner traveled 6.2 miles from Express building        Easton Express   p. 1, illus
                                                   down Lehigh Drive. A personal account of the Run
                                                   by Donna Troxell.
Press Run                        Aug. 14    1978   Runner traveled 6.2 miles from Express building        Easton Express   p. 1
                                                   down Lehigh Drive. A personal account of the Run                        p. 29, illus
                                                   by Donna Troxell.
ProJeCt                          Feb. 1     1978   Misuse of employees working hours to be                Easton Express   p. 1
                                                   investigated.
ProJeCt                          Feb. 22    1978   Suspends its top official for misuse of employees      Easton Express   p. 1
                                                   and materials.
ProJeCt                          July 8     1978   The Rev. Ronald G. Bell, a Presbyterian minister, is   Easton Express   p. 15
                                                   the new executive director.
ProJeCt                          March 27   1978   Two suspended chiefs back on the job.                  Easton Express   p. 15
ProJeCt of Easton, Inc.          Feb. 6     1978   Records show that aides and other workers              Easton Express   p. 15
                                                   illegally at assistant director's home. Misuse of
                                                   Federal funds. Investigation to follow.
ProJeCt of Easton, Inc.          Jan. 27    1978   Records show that aides and other workers              Easton Express   p. 15, illus
                                                   illegally at assistant director's home. Misuse of
                                                   Federal funds. Investigation to follow.
Prostitution                     Aug. 25    1978   Prostitutes on prowl in Easton. Crackdown on           Easton Express   p. 1
                                                   activity in Allentown forces street walkers to
                                                   come to Easton.
Prostitution                     Nov. 14    1978   2 1/2 months Easton police vice squad noted            Easton Express   p. 9
                                                   increased reports of alleged prostitution in
                                                   downtown area. Reports found by State Police
                                                   Vice Squad not substantiated.
Railroads - Wrecks               April 28   1978   Close call in Phillipsburg as tanker derails.          1967             p. 1, illus
                                                   Contained chemicals. Several hundred residents
                                                   were evacuated until danger was over.

Recreation - Recycling Project   Dec. 4     1978   Williams Township recycling operation now five         Easton Express   p. 18, illus
                                                   years old. An account of the project.
Red Cross                        Aug. 10    1978   Mrs. Enola Ruhel to retire after 13 years of           Easton Express   p. 20, illus
                                                   service.
Red Cross                        July 27    1978   Mrs. Enola Ruhel to retire after 13 years of           Easton Express   p. 13, illus
                                                   service.
Red Cross                       Sept. 26   1978   Farewell dinner for Mrs. Enola Ruhel, retiring       Easton Express   p. 15, illus
                                                  director.
Roads - Lehigh Valley Thruway   Jan. 24    1978   Tractor-trailor plunged 30 feet off Lehigh Valley    Easton Express   p. 13
                                                  Thruway onto Chidsey Street.
Roads - Lehigh Valley Thruway   Sept. 15   1978   Lehigh Valley Thruway after six months rebuilding    Easton Express   p. 1
                                                  opens both lanes.
Roads - Lehigh Valley Thruway   Sept. 16   1978   Lehigh Valley Thruway after six months rebuilding    Easton Express   p. 1, illus
                                                  opens both lanes.
Roads - Route 611               Aug. 29    1978   North Delaware Drive (Route 611) between             Easton Express   p. 15, illus
                                                  Downtown Easton and Eddyside reopened to
                                                  traffic after months of constructing retaining
                                                  walls, new sidewalks and curbs.
Robbery                         Oct. 3     1978   Berks county robbers captured at Allentown, PA.      Easton Express   p. 1, illus.
                                                  Easton police check all buses leaving Easton.

Robbery                         Sept. 30   1978   Milford, NJ bank robbed of $9,300 by lone            Easton Express   p. 1
                                                  gunman.
Roseberry-Gess House            Dec. 18    1978   200 year old house, a landmark in Phillipsburg to    Easton Express   p. 1, illus
                                                  be saved by local area Jaycees.

Roseto, Pa.                     Aug. 18    1978   Peter Ronca, Sr. blacksmith was town's oldest        Easton Express   p. 20, illus
                                                  resident. Obituary.
Schocker, Gary                  June 26    1978   Easton Flutist - an account of his training by Don   Easton Express   p. 12, illus
                                                  Henry, Express reporter.
Schools - Teachers              Aug. 7     1978   Whalen, William, EHS faculty. Obituary.              Easton Express   p. 20
Schools - Teachers              June 20    1978   Hurley O. Patterson, physics teacher. Obituary.      Easton Express   p. 8

Scouting                        April 20   1978   Milton S. Lippincott, a scouting leader for 65       Easton Express   p. 24, illus
                                                  years. Obit.
Shadow                          Sept. 30   1978   Walter B. Gibson, character of Maxwell Grant in      Easton Express   p. 17, illus
                                                  radio show - The Shadow - visits his agent. Lou
                                                  Redo, his agent, lives in Easton.
Shook, Foster E.               May 16     1978   Originator of Pat Reilley Memorial Scholarship    Easton Express        p. 26
                                                 Fund, long time assistant to Reilly as football
                                                 coach at Easton Area High School from 1912-1930.
                                                 Obit.
Shrine, Religious              Oct. 14    1978   Dedication in Warren County of the million dollar Easton Express        p. 23, illus
                                                 National Blue Army Shrine of the Immaculate
                                                 Heart of Mary in Washington Township. Structure
                                                 constructed in the shape of a crown.

Sit-ups                        Aug. 1     1978   Scott Barr of Wilson breaks Guinness world             Easton Express   p. 1
                                                 Record by doing 144 sit-ups.
Snow Fund                      Feb. 11    1978   A retiree, Bill Ihrie Sr. sent $10 to mayor Schultz to Easton Express   p. 11
                                                 help in the city cost of snow removal.

Solar Heat                     Aug. 3     1978   Laundry at 320 S. 10th St. owned by Aldo Presutti    Easton Express     p. 36, illus
                                                 is operated on a commercial solar hot-water
                                                 heating system.
Stackhouse, J. L.              March 13   1978   Chairman emeritus of the board of the Easton         Easton Express     p. 1, illus
                                                 Publishing Company. Obituary.
Stewartsville, N.J.            Oct. 11    1978   Two elementary teachers accused of hitting           Easton Express     p. 15
                                                 pupils.
Tatamy, Pa.                    Oct. 3     1978   Stop sign at 8th and Main Street painted             Easton Express     p. 17, illus
                                                 incorrectly (SOTP).
Taxation - School Rebate Tax   Jan. 10    1978   New Easton School Board seeks to halt the tax        Easton Express     p. 13
                                                 rebate as approved last September by former
                                                 Board.
Taxation - School Rebate Tax   Jan. 14    1978   New Easton School Board seeks to halt the tax        Easton Express     p. 17
                                                 rebate as approved last September by former
                                                 Board.
Temples - Temple Covenant of              1978   Temple Covenant of Peace, 15th and
Peace                                            Northampton Streets observes its 140th
                                                 anniversary in November.
Temples - Temple Covenant of   April 20   1978    Abstract sculpture stands on grounds as a           Easton Express   illus.
Peace                                             memorial to the 6 million Jews who died at the
                                                  hands of the Nazis during World War II.
Theaters - Berwick Theater     Jan. 27    1978    South Side Theater walls and roof collapse with     Easton Express   p. 1, illus
                                                  weight of snow. City had planned to demolish
                                                  building.
Theaters - Berwick Theater     Jan. 27    1978    Berwick Street Theater demolished as a result of    Easton Express
                                                  heavy snow and ice on the roof.
Theaters - Eric Twin Theater   Sept. 14   1978    Eric Twin Theater to add two more theaters.         Easton Express   p. 14
Truancy Charge                 Aug. 5     1978    Mr. and Mrs. Harry DeWalt of Plainfield Heights     Easton Express   p. 1, illus
                                                  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

Urban Development              May 24     1978    Easton may get $4.6 million urban development Easton Express         p. 1
                                                  program. 5 year plan for upgrading the residential
                                                  neighborhoods between 5th and 9th Streets.

Veterans                       Aug. 30    1978    William Wilson of Forks Township, a veteran, was    Easton Express   p. 1, illus
                                                  exposed to a blast when stationed at Camp Desert
                                                  Rock, Nevada.
Water Supply                   April 14   1978    Easton's 45 year old water filtration plant to be   Easton Express   p. 23
                                                  expanded and renovated.
Water Supply                   July 21    1978    Water main breaks in West Ward area. Third pipe     Easton Express   p. 1
                                                  break in 4 days.
Weather                        Jan. 10    1978    Threat of flood recedes but cold snap hits area     Easton Express   p. 1
                                                  and continues thru January and February with
                                                  heavy snow deposits. Closes school and industries
                                                  on Jan. 18.
Weather - Blizzard             Feb. 6, 7 & 1978   Blizzard weather.                                   Easton Express   p. 1
                               8
Wilson Borough - Crime           April 12   1978   On April 1, Thomas Roberts arrested for the           Easton Express   p. 1, illus
                                                   shooting of Otto Ehntz, café owner, at 1607
                                                   Northampton Street.
Wilson Borough - Housing         March 3    1978   Council seeking a site for a new high-rise            Easton Express   p. 5, illus
                                                   apartment building for the elderly or low income
                                                   residents.
Wilson Borough - Officials       March 7    1978   Blasé, August. Ex-mayor of Wilson honored by          Easton Express   p. 13
                                                   Wilson Police association.
Wilson Borough - Schools         Oct. 12    1978   Liberty School to be demolished and land sold.        Easton Express   p. 15, illus
                                                   Board voted 7-0 to dispose of site.
Wilson High School - Faculty     April 18   1978   Dr. Barry O. Miller resigned as superintendent.       Easton Express   p. 1, illus
                                                   Served since 1976.
Wilson High School - Faculty     July 18    1978   Dr. Edwin D. Coyle hired as superintendent            Easton Express   p. 1, illus
                                                   replacing Dr. Baryy O. Miller, who had resigned.

Wilson High School - Faculty     June 12    1978   Alberta Cline, teacher for 38 years. Obituary.        Easton Express   p. 16

Wilson School District - Lauer   Nov. 8     1978   Ceiling in swimming pool collapsed.                   Easton Express   p. 17
School
Wilson School District - Lauer   Nov. 9     1978   Ceiling in swimming pool collapsed.                   Easton Express   p. 13, illus
School
Y.M.C.A.                         Feb. 9     1978   Hackett Park suggested as site for relocation of      Easton Express   p. 1
                                                   Easton's Y.M.C.A.
Y.M.C.A.                         Jan. 27    1978   Four local clergymen discuss the problem of           Easton Express   p. 19, illus
                                                   teenagers and sex.
Y.M.C.A.                         May 18     1978   Easton "Y" renovation plans aired.                    Easton Express   p. 1
Yard Sales                       Aug. 23    1978   Officials cracking down on continuous yard sales -    Easton Express   p. 1, illus
                                                   must pay tax - also display becomes a nuisance
                                                   and eyesore.
Youth                            Jan. 25    1978   Article on area teens struggling with the morals of   Easton Express   p. 23
                                                   their generation.
A.B.E. Airport                   Oct. 6     1979   Airport Celebrates 50th year with air show.           Easton Express   p. 28
A.B.E. Airport                   Sept. 27   1979   Brief history of the growth of the airport.           Easton Express   p. 15, illus.
Andretti, Mario        Jan. 30    1979   Mario Andretti honored by Philadelphia Sports        Easton Express   p. 20, illus.
                                         Writers Association as the outstanding athlete of
                                         the year. First race driver to be honored.

Antiques               Oct. 14    1979   "Collectors Cove" at Sciota in Monroe County         Easton Express   p. 1, illus.
                                         lures dealers and collectors.
Arcade Market          July 11    1979   Easton Redevelopment Authority agrees to pay         Easton Express   p. 13
                                         $20,000 to acquire property located in the
                                         northeast quadrant of Centre Square.
Artists                Sept. 29   1979   William Bell, of Hunterdon County, N. J. An          Easton Express   p. 35
                                         account of his work. Illus.
Authors                April 6    1979   Don Forker of Milford, NJ wrote baseball book,       Easton Express   p. 14, illus.
                                         "Almost Everything You've Ever Wanted to Know
                                         About Baseball."
Authors                Aug. 25    1979   Mrs. Shirley Rohde of Forks Township publishes       Easton Express   p. 20, illus.
                                         first novel, "Faith is the Kingdom."

Bakeries               Feb. 27    1979   Schaible's Bakery, an account of the firm.           Easton Express   p. 88
Bakeries               Feb. 27    1979   Easton Baking Co., 34 North 7th Street, Easton,      Easton Express   p. 83
                                         PA. An account of its work.
Bangor, PA - Schools   Dec. 4     1979   4 youths who vandalized the Bangor Junior High       Easton Express   p. 17
                                         School on Oct. 21, 1979 are to be sent to Juvenile
                                         facilities for up to 9 months.
Bangor, PA - Schools   Jan. 14    1979   4 youths who vandalized the Bangor Junior High       Easton Express   p.17
                                         School on Oct. 21, 1979 are to be sent to Juvenile
                                         facilities for up to 9 months.
Banks                  Feb. 27    1979   Easton National Bank & Trust Co. - A history.        Easton Express   p. 61
Banks                  Nov. 11    1979   Easton National Bank & Trust Co. - William F.        Easton Express   p. D-1, illus.
                                         Jones to retire. Replaced by John G. Kelly. An
                                         account of the banking business.
Barbers                May 18     1979   Eugene Guinta, a barber in Easton, is honored by     Easton Express   p. 15, illus.
                                         Easton Exchange Club at their Golden Deeds
                                         banquet.
Belvidere, N.J. - Flood       Jan. 26    1979   Serious flooding from the Pequest River as it raced Easton Express   p. 1, illus.
                                                through the business section of town.

Bridges - Bushkill            May 30     1979   All-wood bridge over Little Bushkill Creek in       Easton Express   p. 1, illus.
                                                Plainfield Twp. collapsed after truck accident.

Busines - Music & Musicians   July 12    1979   Obituary of James Blain Beam, retired director of   Express          p. 16, illus.
                                                music for the Easton School District.

Business - Antiques           Oct. 14    1979   "Collectors Cove" at Sciota in Monroe County, PA    Easton Express   p. 1, illus.
                                                lures delares and collectors.
Business - Banks              April 26   1979   Valley Federal Savings opens a branch in Palmer     Easton Express   p. 41 illus.
                                                Twp. At 3502-04 Greenway St. Goldie's Shopping
                                                Center.
Business - Banks              Feb. 27    1979   Lafayette Trust Co. - a history.                    Easton Express   p. 61
Business - Banks              Feb. 27    1979   Easton National Bank & Trust Co. - a history.       Easton Express   p. 61
Business - Banks              July 12    1979   James P. McCafferty, board member of Easton         Easton Express   p. 16 illus.
                                                National Bank & Trust Co. Obituary.
Business - Banks              Nov. 11    1979   Easton National Bank & Trust Co. president,         Easton Express   p.D-1 illus.
                                                William F. Jones to retire. Replaced by John G.
                                                Kelly. An account of the banking business.

Business - Binney & Smith     Aug. 23    1979   Rumors of possible takeover of the company          Easton Express   p. 9
                                                sparked flurry of trading of its stock. Company
                                                not interested in selling.
Business - Binney & Smith     Aug. 24    1979   Rumors of possible takeover.                        Easton Express   p. 11
Business - Binney & Smith     Sept. 8    1979   Rejects Kellogg Co. bid.                            Easton Express   p. 1
Business - Bixler's           Feb. 27    1979   Bixler's Jewelry Store at 22-24 Centre Square. An   Easton Express   p. 37 illus.
                                                account of the business.
Business - bookstores         Nov. 15    1979   Quadrant Book Mart Store opens in former Kares      Easton Express   p. 17
                                                building 20 N. 3rd St.
Business - Bookstores         Oct. 19    1979   Quadrant Book Mart Store opens in former Kares      Easton Express   p. 13 illus.
                                                building, 20 N. 3rd St. Richard Epstein owner. An
                                                account of the business.
Business - Bookstores          Oct. 20   1979    Quadrant Book Mart opens in Kares building, 20      Easton Express   p. 7 illus.
                                                 N. 3rd St.
Business - Cement Industry     Dec. Huh? 1979    Penn-Dixie Industries, 60 year old cement plant     Easton Express   p. 9 illus.
                                                 closes its doors and 100 workers out of work.

Business - Cement Industry     June 19   1979    Alpha Portland Cement Co. to cut Easton Staff by    Easton Express   p. 13
                                                 2/3 by Dec. of this year, part of company-wide
                                                 reorganization of management staff.

Business - Cement Industry     Nov. 16 & 1979    Penn-Dixie Industries Inc. informs all employees    Easton Express   p. 1
                               17                that operation will cease as of Dec. 1.

Business - Cement Industry     Nov. 21   1979    Penn-Dixie Industries Inc. informs all employees    Easton Express   p. 45
                                                 that operation will cease as of Dec. 1.

Business - Department Stores   Jan. 5    1979    Hess Inc. board drops plan to merge with Marshall   Easton Express   p. 1
                                                 Field.
Business - Doctors             April 4   1979    Dr. Stephen E. Murray, Obstetrician &               Easton Express   p. 22
                                                 gynecologist, practiced in Easton, 1934-1968.
                                                 Obituary.
Business - Drafting            Feb. 27   1979    Lehigh Valley Drafting Equipment Co. in Centre      Easton Express   p. 43
                                                 Square. An account of the firm.
Business - Fishing Tackle      June 11   1979    Bob Keeler opens his Bait and Tackle Store at 444   Easton Express   p. 29 illus.
                                                 Northampton St.
Business - Florists            Feb. 27   1979    Merwarth Florist, an account of the business.       Easton Express   p. 41

Business - Food Stores         April 26 & 1979   Laneco purchases Phillipsburg Pantry Pride on  Easton Express        p. 15
                               28                Memorial Pkwy. Laneco now owns and operates
                                                 23 stores and supermarkets.
Business - Food Stores         Aug. 28   1979    Mohican Market Place gets fresh blood from new Easton Express        p. 13
                                                 owner. Jay Snyder has taken over mortgage and
                                                 to run market.
Business - Food Stores             July 11    1979   Pantry Pride store at 25th & Butler Streets           Easton Express   p. 14
                                                     purchased by Laneco Inc. for $450,000. To be
                                                     called Food Lane Market.
Business - Food Stores             May 17     1979   Weis Market, 340 S. 25th St. opens Sunday May         Easton Express   p. 36 illus.
                                                     19.
Business - Hobby Stores            Oct. 8     1979   Hobby Hangout to move out of Easton. Owner            Easton Express   p. 26
                                                     feels that downtown area is too depressed.

Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc.   Aug. 24    1979   Circlon Restaurant, 8 Centre Square to close.         Easton Express   p. 11
                                                     Owner Howard Knuth to sell business.
Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc.   Aug. 25    1979   Mineral Springs Hotel damaged by fire. Located        Easton Express   p. 13 illus.
                                                     611 north.
Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc.   Aug. 30    1979   Olga's Restaurant, 11 Centre Square open.             Easton Express   p. 9 illus.

Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc.   June 21    1979   Black Horse Tavern on Rte. 611 sold for $800,000. Easton Express       p. 14
                                                     Brief history.
Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc.   May 14     1979   Spring Brook Tavern. Building in Palmer           Easton Express       p. 15
                                                     Township, formerly an inn, dates back to 1794.
                                                     Destroyed because owners could not obtain liquor
                                                     license. Restoration costs too high.

Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc.   Sept. 11   1979   Circlon Restaurant sold.                              Easton Express   p. 13

Business - Ice Cream               Aug. 11    1979   Tony Amato, ice cream man loved by generations        Easton Express   p. 13 illus.
                                                     of are residents.
Business - Ice Cream               Feb. 27    1979   Price's Ice Cream Store, P'burg, N.J. An account of   Easton Express   p. 73
                                                     the store.
Business - Industrial Engraving    April 10   1979   Former president of firm, Richard C. Lear.            Easton Express   p. 22 illus.
                                                     Obituary.
Business - Industrial Engraving    Feb. 27    1979   An account of the firm.                               Easton Express   p. 63

Business - Ingersoll-Rand          Feb. 27    1979   A history of the company.                             Easton Express   p. 53
Business - Ingersoll-Rand        Feb. 3     1979   The iron foundry, the oldest of IR's production    Easton Express   p. 1
                                                   areas is in trouble unless proposals can be worked
                                                   out between union and management.

Business - Ingersoll-Rand        May 23     1979   I-R to occupy offices in Wolf (school) Building.   Easton Express   p. 1 illus.

Business - Insurance             Feb. 27    1979   Henry McKeen Insurance - an account of the firm. Easton Express     p. 77

Business - Interior Decorators   Feb. 27    1979   Sheirer Interiors, 1614 Washington St. An account Easton Express    p. 43
                                                   of the firm.
Business - Lawyers               April 25   1979   Obituary of James B. McGiffert of Palmer Twp.     Express           p. 18, illus.

Business - Lu-co                 Feb. 27    1979   Lu-co, 247 Northampton St., an account of the      Easton Express   p. 39
                                                   business.
Business - Music & Musicians     Feb. 12    1979   Bobby Levine, tenor saxophone player, lives in     Express          p. 12, illus.
                                                   Palmer Township. Nicknamed "Lips." An account
                                                   of his career.
Business - Music & Musicians     May 16     1979   Obituary of Albertus Meyers, Allentown band        Express          p. 22
                                                   conductor for half century.
Business - Music & Musicians     Oct. 28    1979   James E. Swindell - an account of his life as a    Express          p. E-1, illus.
                                                   musician.
Business - Office Equipment &    Feb. 27    1979   Treher-Montague, Inc. - growth for 83 years        Express          p. 80
Supplies
Business - Orr's Department      March 28   1979   Orr's opens store in Chester Springs Shopping       Express         p. 8
Store                                              Center on Rts. 24 and 206, Chester, Morris Co., NJ.
                                                   To be called Orr's Limited.

Business - Pfizer & Co.          June 9     1979   Air-cleaner noise at plant creates a problem for   Express          p. 13
                                                   neighbors in the area.
Business - Photography           Feb. 27    1979   Jack 'n Jill - an account of the firm              Express          p. 84
Business - Pollock Brush Co.     Feb. 27    1979   History of the company                             Express          p. 87
Business - Real Estate           Feb. 7     1979   Kilbanks Co. Realtors of 911 Northampton St.     Express               p. 19
                                                   merged with Blue Mountain Insurance Agency and
                                                   the Blue Mountain Consumer Discount Co. An
                                                   account of Lester Kilbanks as a developer of the
                                                   area.
Business - Riegel Paper Co.      Feb. 27    1979   Riegel Products Co. now a subsidiary of James    Express               p. 34
                                                   River Corp. An account of the business.

Business - Roofing Trade         Feb. 27    1979   A history of the mechanical contractor firm Henry     Express          p. 83
                                                   Schultz & Son.
Business - Shoe Industry         Jan. 3     1979   James Tomaselli retires after 33-year career at       Express          p. 11
                                                   212 Cattell St.
Business - Silk Industry         Oct. 10    1979   McGinley Mill to close its retail fabric outlet to    Express          p. 13
                                                   permit expansion of its manufacturing operation.
                                                   Brief history
Business - Storage Companies     Feb. 27    1979   An account of the Easton Storage Company firm         Express          p. 45
                                                   on 11th Street
Business - Travel Agencies       June 11    1979   Frank Manazer opens the Traveler's Den at 154         Express          p. 29, illus.
                                                   Northampton St.
Business - Veterinarians         March 15   1979   Obituary of veterinarian Dr. Sherman Ames             Express          p. 20
Business - Victaulic Co.         Aug. 14    1979   Strike ends in Victaulic Co.'s Forks Township plant   Express          p. 13, illus.

Business - Victaulic Co.         Aug. 9     1979   Strike ends in Victaulic Co.'s Forks Township plant Express            p. 11, illus.

Business - Victaulic Co.         Feb. 27    1979   An account of the company                             Express          p. 74
Business- Music & Musicians      Aug. 23    1979   Parke Frankenfield, Lehigh Valley's all-star          Express          p. 9, illus.
                                                   musician
Businesses - J. T. Baker Chemical Feb. 27   1979   J. T. Baker & Co. - a history of the firm.            Easton Express   p. 73
Company
Businesses - J. T. Baker Chemical May 23    1979   J. T. Baker Chemical Company marks 75 years in        Easton Express   p. 17, illus.
Company                                            business.
Canals and canaling               May 17    1979   Article by Jim Shelly (Express reporter) on the       Express          p. 27, illus.
                                                   Lehigh Canal and its history
Candle (Centre Square)   Nov. 21   1979   Replica of Easton's Peace Candle memorialized as Express       p. 45
                                          a ceramic decanter unveiled at Michter's Distillery
                                          in Schaefferstown, PA. To be on sale at PA State
                                          liquor stores for $49.50.

Candle (Centre Square)   Nov. 6    1979   Replica of Easton's Peace Candle memorialized as Express       p. 17
                                          a ceramic decanter unveiled at Michter's Distillery
                                          in Schaefferstown, PA. To be on sale at PA State
                                          liquor stores for $49.50.

Candle (Centre Square)   Oct. 4    1979   Replica of Easton's Peace Candle memorialized as Express       p. 18, illus.
                                          a ceramic decanter unveiled at Michter's Distillery
                                          in Schaefferstown, PA. To be on sale at PA State
                                          liquor stores for $49.50.

Catholics                Nov. 24   1979   West Easton priest played a role in visitation of Express      p. 16, illus.
                                          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)

Catholics                Nov. 3    1979   Nuns of the Catholic order of Angelic Sisters of St. Express   p. 22, illus.
                                          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.

Catholics                Oct. 13   1979   West Easton priest played a role in visitation of Express      p. 25, illus.
                                          Pope Paul II. He provided commentary for tv
                                          anchorman Vince Leonard on TVKYW. Rev.
                                          Constantine Berdar, pastor of Holy Ghost Catholic
                                          Church, West Easton

Catholics                Oct. 5    1979   Area Catholics back Pope John Paul's conservatism Express      p. 1
Children's Home, Easton          April 27   1979   An account of the institution and some of the          Express          p. 5, illus.
                                                   daily problems that are handled
Children's Home, Easton          Feb. 14    1979   Foster Home at 1414 Lehigh opens with 2                Express          p. 11
                                                   teenagers. Home project had been the subject of
                                                   controversial problems.
Children's Home, Easton          Feb. 20    1979   Foster Home at 1414 Lehigh opens with 2                Express          p. 17
                                                   teenagers. Home project had been the subject of
                                                   controversial problems.
Children's Home, Easton          Feb. 9     1979   Foster Home at 1414 Lehigh opens with 2                Express          p. 13, illus.
                                                   teenagers. Home project had been the subject of
                                                   controversial problems.
Children's Home, Easton          Jan. 17    1979   Foster Home at 1414 Lehigh opens with 2                Express          p. 15
                                                   teenagers. Home project had been the subject of
                                                   controversial problems.
Children's Home, Easton          Oct. 18    1979   New dormitory opens                                    Express          p. 29, illus.
Churches - Episcopal             Dec. 15    1979   Rev. James Gill gives an account of his life and his   Easton Express   p. 16 illus.
                                                   church.
Churches - St. Anthony's         April 12   1979   An organization, Antonian Ltd., sponsored by St.       Easton Express   p. 1
                                                   Anthony's Church plans to subsidize a west-ward
                                                   complex of housing for the elderly.

Churches - St. John's Lutheran   Dec. 1     1979   Rev. Stephen Johnson installed.                        Easton Express   p. 16 illus.

Clock                            Aug. 20    1979   Historic Easton clock at 5th & Church Street may       Express          p. 21
                                                   run again
Clock                            Aug. 21    1979   Historic Easton clock at 5th & Church Street may       Express          p. 15, illus.
                                                   run again
Clock                            July 28    1979   Restoration of old town clock a possibiltiy as DIG     Express          p. 20
                                                   becomes interested.
Clock                            May 30     1979   City Clock history. Article by James Shelly, Express   Express          p. 23, illus.
                                                   reporter
Clothing Stores                  Jan. 3     1979   Grollmans marks 75 years in business in Easton.                         p. 39, illus.
                                                   History of the women's clothing firm.
Clothing Trade                Oct. 21     1979    Strongwear Pants Company.                               Easton Express   p. C-4
                                                  Closing after 40 years of manufacturing men's
                                                  clothing. Brief history of the firm.
Clowns                        Aug. 3      1979    Neal Fehnel of Palmer Township performs as a            Easton Express   P. E-10, illus.
                                                  clown in the area. Graduate of Ringling Brothers
                                                  Circus Clown College
Clubs - American Association of October 31 1979   Founder of Easton Branch, Pauline Johanna               Easton Express   P. 26 illus
University Women                                  Schmid, obit.

Court House - New             April 24    1979    County administration hold back contractor's            Easton Express   P. 13 Illus.
                                                  payment as there is too much unfinished work.

Crime - Drugs                 Sept. 7     1979    Easton Police find that a theft ring also is involved   Easton Express   p. 1, illus.
                                                  in a major drug raid. The raid was at Sultan's Bar
                                                  on North 4th Street.
Crime - Embezzlement          Sept. 27    1979    Easton sales tax messenger, Joseph Marzouli,            Easton Express   p. 1
                                                  pleads guilty for failing to turn over $73,043 in
                                                  motor vehicle sales tax to the state of
                                                  Pennsylvania.
Dairy Plants                  Dec. 30     1979    Stocker Brothers:                                       Easton Express   p. B-8, illus.
                                                  Family dairy business is cited.
Dairy Plants                  Dec. 30     1979    Stocker Brothers Dairy:                                 Easton Express   p. B-8, illus.
                                                  Located in Forks Township; began in 1916. An
                                                  account of the business.
Delaware Canal                June 23     1979    Designated as a national historic landmark              Express          p. 13, illus.
Dentists                      Feb. 13     1979    Obituary for Dr. Harry Zellers.                         Easton Express   p. 16
Department Stores             June 11     1979    K-Mart store opens at 320 S. 25th St. An account        Easton Express   p. 29, illus.
                                                  of its facility.
Disco                         Nov. 15     1979    New discotheque, Second Time Around Disco,              Express          p. 49, illus.
                                                  opens in former Club Paramount, 411
                                                  Northampton St.
Doctors                       April 4     1979    Obituary for Dr. Stephen E. Murray, obstetrician        Easton Express   p. 22
                                                  and gynecologist; practised in Easton 1934-1968.
Doctors                       May 7     1979   Dr. Irene Laub was honored on her 80th birthday     Easton Express   p. 14, illus.
                                               by her fellow physicians.
Dogs                          Nov. 8    1979   Big "dog dump" in Harmony Township. Wilmer          Express          p. 17
                                               Gardner abandons 35 dogs on Sept. 8.

Dogs                          Oct. 4    1979   Big "dog dump" in Harmony Township. Wilmer          Express          p. 13, illus.
                                               Gardner abandons 35 dogs on Sept. 8.

Duffin, Jane                  Jan. 9    1979   Descendants of woman whose remains were             Express          p. 13
                                               found on Dec. 13 by sewer workers near 3rd St.
                                               are piecing together facts about her life.

Easton Express                Aug. 17   1979   Starting October 14 the Express will be issuing a   Easton Express   p. 1
                                               Sunday edition.
Easton Express                Oct. 10   1979   First Sunday Edition.                               Easton Express
Easton Express                Oct. 14   1979   Starting October 14 the Express will be issuing a   Easton Express
                                               Sunday edition.
Easton Hospital               14 Huh?   1979   New wing with additional 81 beds increase total     Easton Express   p 13
                                               number of beds to 362. Account of the new
                                               additional facilities.
Easton Hospital               17 Huh?   1979   New wing with additional 81 beds increase total     Easton Express   p 15 illus
                                               number of beds to 362. Account of the new
                                               additional facilities.
Easton Hospital               Oct.29    1979   Birthing room to have more home-like                Easton Express   p. 17
                                               atmosphere
Easton Neighborhood Centers   Feb. 23   1979   Establishes a youth lounge at the center, 902       Easton Express   p. 11, illus
                                               Phila. Rd.
Easton Post Office            June 23   1979   No more planned. Will remain at its 2 nd St.        Easton Express   P. 13
                                               location.
Easton Post Office- Postmaster May 18   1979   John C. Callahan served as postmaster. Obit         Easton Express   p. 12
Easton Post Pffice               March 29   1979   U. S. Postal Service proposes to move Easton Post Easton Express    P. 1
                                                   Office to the west Ward or Wilson. To be
                                                   reviewed by Joint Planning Commission of Lehigh -
                                                   Northampton counties.

Easton, City of - Buildings      March 29   1979   City Council okays the renovation of Kares         Express          p. 13
                                                   building, 20 N. 3rd St., for bookstore and
                                                   coffeehouse
Easton, City of - Buildings      Oct. 10    1979   Pomeroy building (former Laubach Store) at 322     Express          p. 13, illus.
                                                   Northampton St. is for sale. Fake bid of $25,000
                                                   not acceptable by Easton National Bank & Trust
                                                   Co.
Easton, City of - Buildings      Oct. 17    1979   4 area businessmen agree to purchase former        Express          p. 1
                                                   Woolworth 5 & 10 at 301 Northampton St.
                                                   Investors are Jacob & Asher Seip (Seip Realty
                                                   Corp.), Domonick Lockwood (Seip Realty
                                                   Corp.),Raymond Bartolacci (Laneco Inc.)

Easton, City of - Buildings      Oct. 18    1979   Pomeroy building (former Laubach Store) at 322 Express              p. 13
                                                   Northampton St. is for sale. Fake bid of $25,000
                                                   not acceptable by Easton National Bank & Trust
                                                   Co.
Easton, City of - Buildings      Oct. 25    1979   Henry J. Steele building to be sold. Located in    Express          p. 17
                                                   northwest corner of Centre Square
Easton, City of - Buildings      Oct. 31    1979   H.L. Green building at 327 Northampton St. sold to Easton Express   p. 1, illus.
                                                   Jack Gordon, owner of Surprise Store at 159-63
                                                   Northampton St. Purchase price $55,000.

Easton, City of - Celebrations   Sept. 4    1979   Community Day held Labor Day at Hacketts Park. Express              p. 1, illus.
                                                   Sponsored by Easton Jaycees and WEEX. Day-long
                                                   activities and fireworks.
Easton, City of - Employees      June 8     1979   Philip Levine to resign as city coordinator    Express              p. 11, illus.
Easton, City of - Gallows Hill   June 14    1979   Gallows Hill area project praised for its      Express              p. 13
                                                   improvements
Easton, City of - Historic homes March 6      1979   Demolition of the Odenwelder home at 47 S. 4th Express       p. 13, illus.
                                                     Street. Building had been sold to Our Lady of
                                                     Lebanon Maranite Catholic Church to be used as a
                                                     church parking lot.
Easton, City of - Historic         Nov. 15    1979   Historic Easton, Inc.'s annual award given to    Express     p. 17, illus.
Preservation                                         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

Easton, City of - Housing          April 12   1979   Antonian Ltd., an organization sponsored by St.    Express   p. 1
                                                     Anthony's Catholic Church, plans to subsidize a
                                                     west ward complex of housing for the elderly.

Easton, City of - Housing          April 4    1979   College Hill to have an 11-unit condominium on     Express   p. 15, illus.
                                                     tract of land at Burke and McCartney Streets

Easton, City of - Housing          Feb. 5     1979   College Hill residents object to the development   Express   illus.
                                                     of a 4.29-acre tract on Parsons St. and Paxinosa
                                                     Ave. By Deede Smith Kemmerer, developer -
                                                     Woodcliff Manor Inc.

Easton, City of - Housing          June 15    1979   Plans for condominium complex voted down by     Express      p. 1, illus.
                                                     Easton Planning Commission. Residents object to
                                                     the development at Burke And McCartney Streets.

Easton, City of - Housing          May 18     1979   College Hill to have an 11-unit condominium on     Express   p. 13
                                                     tract of land at Burke and McCartney Streets

Easton, City of - Mayors           Oct. 21    1979   An interview of two mayors' wives: Josephine       Express   p. C-12, illus.
                                                     Schultz and Antonia Mitman
Easton, City of - Police Dept. -   Oct. 10    1979   John I. Schwartz, Chief of Police from 1952-59,    Express   p. 20
Employees                                            dies
Easton, City of - Redevelopment May 31        1979   Auditors Goodman & Co. call city agency's            Express   p. 1
                                                     bookkeeping incompetent and careless
Easton, City of - Redevelopment Nov. 25       1979   6th & 7th Streets, Walnut and Northampton            Express   p. B-1, illus.
                                                     Streets to be rehabilitated
Easton, City of - Redevelopment Oct. 11       1979   Upper Story, Patio Bar, buildings on North 4th and   Express   p. 1
                                                     Church Streets to be demolished despite appeal
                                                     by preservation group
Easton, City of - Redevelopment Oct. 9        1979   Upper Story, Patio Bar, buildings on North 4th and   Express   p. 1
                                                     Church Streets to be demolished despite appeal
                                                     by preservation group
Easton, City of - Redevelopment Sept. 12      1979   Upper Story, Patio Bar, buildings on North 4th and   Express   p. 17
                                                     Church Streets to be demolished despite appeal
                                                     by preservation group
Easton, City of - Streets        Nov. 25      1979   Area between 6th and 7th, Walnut and                 Express   p. B-1, illus.
                                                     Northampton Streets(Dutchtown) to be
                                                     rehabilitated
Easton, City of - Streets - Church March 15   1979   City Council and the Downtown Redevelopment          Express   p. 1
Street                                               and Preservation group clash over the widening of
                                                     300 block of Church Street and the preservation of
                                                     the Kares building

Easton, City of - Streets -      April 6      1979   Proposed luxury apartments, health club, theater Express       p. 1, illus.
Riverside Ddrive                                     for the 2.86-acre tract of land on Riverside Drive

Easton, City of - Streets -      Aug. 16      1979   Developers chosen for vacant plot on Riverside       Express   p. 1, illus.
Riverside Drive                                      Drive. To be called "Easton Riviera." Description of
                                                     the plan.
Easton, City of - Streets -      May 10       1979   Luxury apartments planned for vacant land on         Express   p. 28, illus.
Riverside Drive                                      Riverside Drive
Easton, City of - Survey         June 30      1979   Study by Community Action Committee of Lehigh Express          p. 17
                                                     Valley Inc. states that Easton is ailing and is the
                                                     most disadvantaged of the Lehigh Valley cities
Easton, City of - Zoning      April 17   1979   Easton zoning board members under fire for the    Express           p. 13
                                                decision in the Sportelli case
Easton, City of - Zoning      April 25   1979   Easton zoning board members under fire for the    Express           p. 13
                                                decision in the Sportelli case.
Easton, City of - Zoning      April 26   1979   Easton zoning board members under fire for the    Express           p. 15
                                                decision in the Sportelli case
Easton, City of - Zoning      April 28   1979   Easton zoning board members under fire for the    Express           p. 17, illus.
                                                decision in the Sportelli case
Easton, City of - Zoning      April 3    1979   Enforcement of the zoning code - sometimes        Express           p. 1, 32, illus.
                                                board bends the rules.
Easton, City of - Zoning      May 14     1979   Easton zoning board members under fire for the    Express           P. 13
                                                decision in the Sportelli case
Easton, City of - Zoning      May 24     1979   Easton zoning board members under fire for the    Express           p. 15
                                                decision in the Sportelli case
Easton, South                 Oct. 21    1979   Description of the section                        Express           p. C-1, illus.
Emergency Squad - Emergency   Jan. 27    1979   Northampton County has installed equipment for    Easton Express    p. 15, illus
Communications                                  a network of communications between 3 area
                                                hospitals, emergency squads and the county
                                                controller office. An account of its work.

Fallout                       June 6     1979   Mystery fluff hits Slate Belt area. Looks like     Easton Express   p. 13, illus
                                                cottonwood.
Fires                         Feb. 28,  1979    Parkside Apts. On South Easton, result of children Easton Express   p. 1, illus
                              March 2 &         playing with cigarette lighter, 3 children killed
                              8                 Jason, Jacob & Jennifer Wright.

Fires                         March 16   1979   Home at 1143 Jackson St., Easton burned and     Easton Express      p. 1, illus
                                                father Steve Regrut and daughter Rhonda, age 11
                                                were victims of the blaze.
Floods                        Jan. 25    1979   Area Streams and rivers overburdened by the     Easton Express      p. 1, illus
                                                wettest January in history cause much flooding.
Floods                      Jan. 26    1979   Area Streams and rivers overburdened by the         Easton Express   p. 1
                                              wettest January in history cause much flooding.

Freeman Island or Laubach   Aug. 7     1979   8 acre island in Lehigh River purchased by Lehigh   Easton Express   p. 18, illus
Island                                        Valley Conservancy. Account conservancy and its
                                              plans for preservation.
Fry's Fun Park              Jan. 22    1979   Located in Williams Township where Coffeetown       Easton Express   p. 14, illus
                                              Road meets Route 611. Ready for use by Spring.

Garage Sales                Aug. 9     1979   An account of the area's craze of "junk" yard and   Easton Express   p. 23, illus
                                              garage sales explained.
Gasoline                    June 21    1979   Odd-even license numbers in effect in N.J. Pa.      Easton Express   p. 1, illus
                                              impose $5 minimum gas purchase.
Gasoline Rationing          Sept. 7    1979   Both N.J. and Pa. remove rule of odd-even           Easton Express   p. 1
                                              rationing for the purchase of gasoline.
Gracedale                   July 25    1979   County home is presented with liquor & wine         Easton Express   p. 13
                                              confiscated by Pa. Liquor Control Board.

Gracedale                   May 17     1979   Food uner new service plan termed terrible.         Easton Express   p. 13
Gracedale                   May 4      1979   Food uner new service plan termed terrible.         Easton Express   p. 1
Gracedale                   May 5      1979   Food uner new service plan termed terrible.         Easton Express   p. 15
Granaham, Kathryn O'Hay     July 12    1979   Eastonian was U.S. treasurer of the mint.           Easton Express
Head Start                  March 26   1979   Mrs. Becky Calloway honored for her work in the     Easton Express   p. 12, illus
                                              Head Start Program.
Heritage Day                July 9     1979   Easton celebrates July 8th, with a weekend of       Easton Express   p. 5, illus
                                              events.
Hindu Monastery             Dec. 2     1979   Located in the Poconos, an account of its           Easton Express   p. B-1, illus
                                              activities.
Holmes, Larry               Dec. 31    1979   Named as one of the ten outstanding young men       Easton Express   p. 1
                                              of the U.S. by U.S. Jaycees.
Holmes, Larry               Jan. 5     1979   Musical score "The Champ" written by Red            Easton Express   p. 11, illus
                                              Mascara and Parke Frankenfield.
Holmes, Larry                    June 23    1979   Stops Mike Weaver in the 12th round at Madison Easton Express          p. 1, illus
                                                   Square Garden. Some controvery over T.V.
                                                   coverage.
Holmes, Larry                    March 24   1979   Retains title with TKO in 7th round with Puerto   Easton Express       p. 1, illus
                                                   Rico's Osvaldo Ocasio.
Holmes, Larry                    March 28   1979   Brother of Larry Holmes, Charles Holmes returned Easton Express        p. 21
                                                   to Northampton County prison following a month-
                                                   long furlough. Serving 2-4 year term for rape. He
                                                   was permitted to, on work release program to see
                                                   Larry fight in Las Vegas.

Holmes, Larry                    Oct. 21    1979   Buys new home for his mother, Flossie.                Easton Express   p. E-5, illus
Houses, Historic                 Nov. 26    1979   Dan & Pauline Campanelli restores 19th Century        Easton Express   p. 14, illus
                                                   home near Riegelsville, N.J.
Kirkridge Retreat                June 18    1979   Located in Bangor, Pa. founded by John Oliver         Easton Express   p. 12
                                                   Nelson in 1942. Director is Robt. Raines, author of
                                                   "Going Home."
Lafayette College - Faculty      June 22    1979   Obituary of Samuel Pascal, "Mr. Lafayette"            Easton Express   p. 18, illus.
Lafayette College - Memorials    Oct 27     1979   Helen Louise Harstine contributed money since         Easton Express   p. 7, illus.
                                                   1965 in memory of husband David.
Lafayette College - Presidents   April 7    1979   Dr. K. Roald Bergethon honored by portrait            Express          p. 17, illus.
                                                   presented to College. Painted by Arthur Pyykko of
                                                   New York City.
Lafayette College - Presidents   March 8    1979   An account of President David Ellis and his wife,     Express          p. 21, illus.
                                                   Marian, and their 3 daughters.
Landfills, Sanitary              Oct. 14    1979   Wastes dumped illegally in PA. An account of          Easton Express   p. 1
                                                   dumps in Northampton Country area.
Lehigh Canal                     Aug. 14    1979   Dawn Howell and Brian Young married on canal          Easton Express   p. 15, illus.
                                                   boat "Josiah White."
Lehigh Canal                     June 20    1979   Boatman tells of life on the canal.                   Express          p. 16, illus.
Lehigh River                     Aug. 7     1979   8-acre island (Freeman Island or Laubach Island) in   Easton Express   p. 18, illus.
                                                   Lehigh River purchased by Lehigh Valley
                                                   conservancy. An account of the conservancy and
                                                   its plans for preservation.
Lehigh University       Oct. 13   1979   Opening of the Stahler Center which will be used Easton Express           p. 18, illus.
                                         for sports and other college events. Named for
                                         Donald B. Stahler, a Lehigh alumnus and nationally-
                                         known industrialist.
Lehigh Valley           April 3   1979   Valley's slogan "America's Little Apple" was        Express               p. 17, illus.
                                         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.

LeRue, Leonard          May 4     1979   Nature writer of Blairstown, NJ, has been named a Express                 p. 15, illus.
                                         charter member of the New Jersey Literary Hall of
                                         Fam.
Lower Saucon Township   Jan. 30   1979   Two persons, father and daughter, killed as          Express              p. 1, illus.
                                         explosions level the home of Frank J. Guidon.
                                         Daughter was shot to death.
Marriage                July 21   1979   3 area couples talk about their married life. Rev. & Easton Express       p. 19, illus
                                         Mrs. Joseph Molnar, Mr. & Mrs. Edward Kennedy,
                                         Mr. & Mrs. Louis Stableford.

Morris Canal            June 12   1979   Plaque dedicated on the discovering an ancient           Easton Express   p. 10, illus
                                         Morris canal turbine, as a mechanical engineering
                                         historic landmark.
Movies - I'll Get By    June 14   1979   Easton site of movie "I'll Get By." Extras line up for   Easton Express   p. 1, illus
                                         parts.
Movies - I'll Get By    June 15   1979   Easton site of movie "I'll Get By." Extras line up for   Easton Express   p. 13, illus
                                         parts.
Movies - I'll Get By    June 16   1979   Easton site of movie "I'll Get By." Extras line up for   Easton Express   p. 13, illus
                                         parts.
Movies - I'll Get By    June 20   1979   Man from Italy visiting his son, picked for role in      Easton Express   p. 1, illus
                                         film "I'll Get By" being filmed in Easton.

Movies - I'll Get By    June 21   1979   Account of the last day of filming "I'll Get By" in      Easton Express
                                         Easton.
Movies - I'll Get By           June 22      1979   Easton site of movie "I'll Get By." Extras line up for Easton Express   p. 13, illus
                                                   parts.
Movies - I'll Get By           June 7       1979   For the second time in 18 months Easton will be Easton Express          p. 13
                                                   the site for a T.V. movie - "I'll Get By."

Movies - I'll Get By           May 23       1979   For the second time in 18 months Easton will be      Easton Express     p. 18
                                                   the site for a T.V. movie - "I'll Get By."

Murder                         April 24     1979   Edmund Lalonde of Phillipsburg, NJ inflicted         Easton Express     p. 1
                                                   beating on wife, Susanna, then put her body into
                                                   car and set it afire.
Murder                         April 25     1979   Edmund Lalonde of Phillipsburg, NJ inflicted         Easton Express     p. 1
                                                   beating on wife, Susanna, then put her body into
                                                   car and set it afire.
Murder                         April 26     1979   Edmund Lalonde of Phillipsburg, NJ inflicted         Easton Express     p. 1
                                                   beating on wife, Susanna, then put her body into
                                                   car and set it afire.
Murder                         June 9       1979   Edmund Lalonde of Phillipsburg, NJ inflicted         Easton Express     p. 1
                                                   beating on wife, Susanna, then put her body into
                                                   car and set it afire.
Murder                         May 1        1979   Edmund Lalonde of Phillipsburg, NJ inflicted         Easton Express     p. 1
                                                   beating on wife, Susanna, then put her body into
                                                   car and set it afire.
Murder                         May 2        1979   Edmund Lalonde of Phillipsburg, NJ inflicted         Easton Express     p. 1
                                                   beating on wife, Susanna, then put her body into
                                                   car and set it afire.
Nazareth, Pa.                    Nov. 11    1979   Brief history.                                       Easton Express     p. B-1, illus
Nazareth, Pa. - Whitefield House March 19   1979   An account of its history.                           Easton Express     p. 10, illus

Northampton Co., PA - Judges   July 27      1979   Attorney Franklin Van Antwerpen to take vacant       Express            p. 1
                                                   judgeship created by the death of Judge Clinton
                                                   Budd Palmer
Northampton Co., PA - Judges     July 28    1979   Attorney Franklin Van Antwerpen to take vacant      Express          p. 1, illus.
                                                   judgeship created by the death of Judge Clinton
                                                   Budd Palmer
Northampton Co., PA - Judges     March 26   1979   Alfred T. Williams, Jr. succeeds the late Clinton   Express          p. 17, illus.
                                                   Budd Palmer as president judge of the County
                                                   court
Northampton Co., PA - Prison     April 3    1979   Seven prisoners and 23 Freemansburg area            Express          p. 17
                                                   teenagers have a "scare straight" encounter
Northampton Co., PA - Prison     March 22   1979   Seven prisoners and 23 Freemansburg area            Express          p. 13
                                                   teenagers have a "scare straight" encounter
Northampton Co., PA - Prison     March 28   1979   Seven prisoners and 23 Freemansburg area            Express          p. 1, illus.
                                                   teenagers have a "scare straight" encounter
Northampton Co., PA - Prison -   June 11    1979   Inmates asked to print a newspaper                  Express          p. 11
Newspaper
Northampton Co., PA - Prison -   May 11     1979   Deputy warden William Howey resigns after 15        Express          p. 2
Warden                                             years of service
Northampton Convalescent         Dec. 3     1979   Once troubled nursing home now earns praise of      Easton Express   p. 1, illus
Center                                             state.
Northampton Convalescent         March 19   1979   An account of its functions and its patients.       Easton Express   p. 1, illus
Center
Northampton Convalescent         March 21   1979   An account of its functions and its patients.       Easton Express   p. 1, illus
Center
Northampton Convalescent         March 22   1979   An account of its functions and its patients.       Easton Express   p. 1
Center
Nursing Home                     July 25    1979   Plans for retarded facility at 5th & Washington     Easton Express   p. 1
                                                   streets.
Nursing Homes                    April 3    1979   An account of the areas' facilities and their       Easton Express   p. 1
                                                   function.
Nursing Homes                    March 20   1979   An account of the areas' facilities and their       Easton Express   p. 1
                                                   function.
Nursing Homes                    March 22   1979   An account of the areas' facilities and their       Easton Express   p. 13
                                                   function.
Nursing Homes                    March 28   1979   An account of the areas' facilities and their       Easton Express   p. 1, illus
                                                   function.
Palmer Park Mall                    Nov. 20    1979   Expansion is proposed.                                Easton Express   p. 1, illus
Palmer Township - History           Feb. 27    1979   Palmer Twp. History.                                  Easton Express   p. 87
Palmer Township - Housing           April 9    1979   Brynwood, Easton area's first condominium             Easton Express   p. 27, illus
                                                      complex located on a 3.6 acre hillside along
                                                      Hackett Ave. Built by Werner Buckl.
Palmer, Judge Clinton Budd          Feb. 20    1979   Judge of Northampton County for 10 years.             Easton Express   p. 1, illus
                                                      Obituary.
Palmer, Judge Clinton Budd          Feb. 24    1979   Judge of Northampton County for 10 years.             Easton Express   p. 15
                                                      Obituary.
Palmer, Judge Clinton Budd          June 26    1979   Friends & colleagues pay tribute at the               Easton Express   p. 13, illus
                                                      Northampton Cty. Courthouse.
Phillipsburg, N.J. - Churches       June 9     1979   St. Philip & James Roman Catholic Church to           Easton Express   p. 35, illus
                                                      honor Monsignor Jos. F. Sheehan, its pastor.
Phillipsburg, N.J. - Churches       March 29   1979   St. Philip & James Roman Catholic Church to           Easton Express   p. 21
                                                      honor Monsignor Jos. F. Sheehan, its pastor.
Phillipsburg, N.J. - Fires          June 11    1979   Fire at 61 Cherry St. killed Roberta Snyder and her   Easton Express   p. 1, illus
                                                      3 children.
Phillipsburg, N.J. - Historic       Feb. 24    1979   The Roseberry home, 200 year old landmark is to       Easton Express   p. 15
Homes                                                 be preserved by Phillipsburg Jaycees and the
                                                      Northwest N.J. Community Actoin Program.

Phillipsburg, N.J. - Police Dept.   Jan. 17    1979   Department acquires 2 dogs for canine corp.           Easton Express   p. 15, illus

Phillipsburg, N.J. - Police Dept.   June 6     1979   New K-9 Corps being trained.                          Easton Express   p. 13

Phillipsburg, N.J. - Police Dept.   May 14     1979   K-9 Corps (2 dogs) to be used in police work.         Easton Express   p. 1, illus

Phillipsburg, N.J. - Railroads    July 20      1979   Railroad crossing in Union Square repaired.           Easton Express   p. 17, illus
Phillipsburg, N.J. - School Board Jan. 12      1979   Expells boardmember Stephen Palenkas by a 5-3 Easton Express           p. 1, illus
                                                      vote because he missed 3 consecutive board
                                                      meetings.
Pocono Wild Animal Farm             Oct. 21    1979   Closing after 31 years as a tourist attraction. Brief Easton Express   p. C-5, illus
                                                      history.
Praxis               Aug. 1     1979   Center for the retarded in Easton narrowly          Easton Express   p. 13, illus
                                       approved. Criteria for admission listed.
Praxis               Nov. 13    1979   Center for the retarded in Easton narrowly          Easton Express   p. 17
                                       approved. Criteria for admission listed.
Praxis               Oct. 31    1979   Center for the retarded in Easton narrowly          Easton Express   p. 17
                                       approved. Criteria for admission listed.
Preservation         Aug. 7     1979   Freeman Island or Laubach Island 8 acre island in   Easton Express   p. 18, illus
                                       Lehigh River purchased by Lehigh Valley
                                       Conservancy, account of Conservancy and its
                                       plans for preservation.
ProJeCt              May 26     1979   An account of its work.                             Easton Express   p. 27, illus
Railroads - Wrecks   Jan. 6     1979   A Conrail freight train derailed on tracks over     Easton Express   p. 1, illus
                                       South Third Street off Canal Stret. 17 cars and 2
                                       locomotives involved.
Railroads - Wrecks   March 22   1979   Seven Conrail cars derail in Easton about 150       Easton Express   p. 1, illus
                                       years west of South Third St.
Reda, Lou            Sept. 28   1979   An account of Easton's outstanding businessman --   Easton Express   p. E-1, illus
                                       publisher, agent, and movie publisher.

Riegelsville, Pa.    Aug. 16    1979   Borough Council drops idea of becoming legally   Easton Express      p. 13
                                       part of Northampton County. Will remain in Bucks
                                       County.
Riegelsville, Pa.    Aug. 9     1979   Borough Council drops idea of becoming legally   Easton Express      p. 1
                                       part of Northampton County. Will remain in Bucks
                                       County.
Rifle                Dec. 30    1979   Pa. longrifle still being made at Kempton, Pa.   Easton Express      p. C-11, illus

Rifles               Dec. 30    1979   Pa. longrifle made today in Kempton, Pa. by Chuck Easton Express     p. C-11, illus
                                       Dixon at his shop.
Roads - N.J.         May 2      1979   Straw Circle at Rts. 22 and 519 in Pohatcong Twp. Easton Express     p. 1
                                       To be eliminated and replaced with a conventional
                                       traffic pattern.
Roads - N.J.                   May 3      1979   Straw Circle at Rts. 22 and 519 in Pohatcong Twp.        Easton Express   p. 13, illus
                                                 To be eliminated and replaced with a conventional
                                                 traffic pattern.
Roads - Route 78               Aug. 23    1979   I-78 from Fogelsville to Still Valley, N.J. under fire   Easton Express   p. 1, illus
                                                 by various communities.
Rooney, Fred. B                March 30   1979   Former U.S. Representative from Pa. honored by           Easton Express   p. 11, illus
                                                 his friends.
Roseto, Pa.                    April 7    1979   Mrs. Constance Zito, age 82, helping to raise funds      Easton Express   p. 17, illus
                                                 for the proposed Slate Belt Medical Center by
                                                 baking and selling home-baked biscuits.

Roseto, Pa.                    Feb. 14    1979   Peter Renaldo, leader in Roseto. Obituary.        Easton Express          p. 22, illus
Running                        April 23   1979   "Run with the Champ," a running contest, benefit Easton Express           p. 23
                                                 Easton Boy's Club. Co-sponsored by the Express                            p. 29, illus
                                                 and Lafayette Trust Bank. Harry Holmes on hand.
                                                 Winner - Jake Hepp.
Santa Claus                    Dec. 31    1979   George Muretta of Phillipsburg has acted as Santa Easton Express          p. 11, illus
                                                 Claus. He had trouble acquiring his suit.

Sex Education                  Oct. 21    1979   Classes on sex education to be taught in Belvidere, Easton Express        p. 1
                                                 N.J. Junior and Senior high schools by teachers and
                                                 Planned Parenthood of Northwest New Jersey
                                                 School Board approved.

Sheehan, Monsignor Joseph F.   June 9     1979   St. Philip & James Roman Catholic Church to              Easton Express   p. 35, illus
                                                 honor Monsignor Joseph F. Sheehan, its pastor.

Sheehan, Monsignor Joseph F.   May 29     1979   St. Philip & James Roman Catholic Church to              Easton Express   p. 21
                                                 honor Monsignor Joseph F. Sheehan, its pastor.

Sing-A-Long                    June 4     1979   70 church congregations celebrated Pentecost             Easton Express   p. 17, illus
                                                 evening on Sunday, June 3rd by singing hymns,
                                                 etc.
Slate Belt Medical Center        April 7     1979     Roseto, Pa. Mrs. Constance Zito, age 82, helping Easton Express        p. 17, illus
                                                      to raise funds for the proposed Slate Belt Medical
                                                      Center by baking and selling hoome-baked
                                                      biscuits.
Slogans                          April 3     1979     The slogan, "America's Little Apple" was selected Easton Express       p. 17, illus.
                                                      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

Sullivan's March                 May 7       1979     An account by James Shelly, Express reporter.         Easton Express   P. 14

Theaters                         July 30     1979     An account of area theaters by Clayton Buss &         Easton Express   p. 14, illus
                                                      Frank Michler.
Thruway                          Jan. 8      1979     Speed limit returned to 55 miles per hour.            Easton Express   p. 1
Tourism                          June 1      1979     Williams gas station at 3rd St. & Riverside Dr. has   Easton Express   p. 13
                                                      donated space for tourism center. Sponsored by
                                                      Chamber of Commerce.
U.S. Treasurer                   July 12     1979     Mrs. Kathryn Granahan, former U.S. Treasurer,         Easton Express   p. 16, illus
                                                      born in Easton. Obit.
United Nationalist Front         Oct. 28     1979     George Theodorou, of Palmer Township, is              Easton Express   p. B-4
                                                      founder of organization wanting to change U.S. to
                                                      the ideologies of the founding fathers.

Uranium                          June        1979     Exxon Corp. to explore for uranium on 2000 acres Easton Express        p. 13, 17
                                                      in Monroe County.
Vandalism                         Oct. 22, 23, 1979   Bangor Junior High School vandalized by 4 boys. Easton Express         p. 1, illus
                                  28, Nov. 6,
                                  13
Walter, Francis E. - Walters Park May 30       1979   Memorial to 12 Phillipsburg men who died in           Easton Express   p. 13, illus
                                                      Vietnam.
War - Sullivan's Expedition      June 11     1979     Observance of the 200th Anniversary to be held        Easton Express   P. 8 Illus.
                                                      June 15-19 in Monroe County.
Warren Hospital                April 28    1979        Hospital honors its volunteers, especially Frank    Easton Express   p. 21, illus
                                                       Inocho for 21 years of service.
Warren Hospital                March 30    1979        Free Health Care Service installed. Telephone       Easton Express   p. 5, illus
                                                       service provide direct access to the Tel-Med
                                                       console.
Warren Warren County, New      Dec. 30     1979        An account of Warren Haven.                         Easton Express   p. B-5, illus
Jersey - Nursing Home
Weather - Storms               Aug. 11     1979        Vicious storm batters Easton area.                  Easton Express   p. 1, illus
WEEX                           Dec. 22     1979        Forks Township radio station after years of         Easton Express   p.9, illus
                                                       catering to the musical taste of teenagers will
                                                       change to a more easy-going "Pop Adult" music.

Whitefield House, Nazareth, Pa. March 19   1979        An account of its history.                          Easton Express   p. 10, illus

Williams Township              Jan. 17     1979        Supervisors acquire new municipal Building at       Easton Express   p. 18, illus
                                                       Cider Press and Gaffney Hill Roads. Hold first
                                                       meeting in building.
Wilson Borough - Schools       Jan. 11,    1979        Wilson school board, despite public criticism,      Easton Express   p. 1, illus
                               Feb. 8                  voted to construct a new elementary school at the
                                                       cost of $1.78 million at 21st St. and Washington
                                                       Blvd.
Y.M.C.A.                       Jan. 9      1979        To stay at 3rd and Spring Garden St. 61 years old   Easton Express   p. 1
                                                       building to be renovated.
Y.M.C.A.                       March 20    1979        Cost of repairing, renovating and expanding the     Easton Express   p. 9
                                                       useable space of the Y.M.C.A. estimated at one
                                                       million dollars.
Bangor, PA - Schools           Jan 4, 1980 1979 Huh?   4 youths who vandalized the Bangor Junior High      Easton Express   p. 1
                               Huh?                    School on Oct.21, 1979 are to be sent to Juvenile
                                                       facilities for up to 9 months.
Doctors                        Oct. 28     198- Huh?   Obituary of Dr. Floyd William Callahan, retired     Easton Express   p. 23, illus.
                                                       Wilson podiatriat, civic leader and artist.
Antiques              Nov. 9     1980   New business "Funky Furniture" relocated to          Easton Express   p. 1
                                        North Delaware River Road. Owner Becky
                                        Goldenburg uses the barter system in her
                                        business.
Arcade Market         Aug. 20    1980   Charred remains of rear portion of Arcade Market     Easton Express   p. 17
                                        removed.
Arcade Market         July 1     1980   Arcade market damaged by fire on Tuesday, June       Easton Express
                                        25. Front section to remain, damaged area to be
                                        torn down.
Artists               April 3    1980   Anton Schiavone of Bangor created "The Last          Easton Express   p. 1, illus.
                                        Supper" in papier mache.
Artists               Jan. 27    1980   Gertrude Espenscheid lives in Hunterdon County,      Easton Express   p. C-1. Illus.
                                        N.J. does illustration of Children's books and
                                        paints mushrooms.
Artists               Oct. 24    1980   Obituary of John Cassidy, Wilson resident was an     Easton Express   p. 12
                                        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.

Auctioneers           Sept. 21   1980   An account of local auctioneers and their            Easton Express   p. G-1
                                        techniques.
Authors               Nov. 18    1980   Obituary - Alan Lake Chidsey, native of Easton, an   Easton Express
                                        author and educator.
Automobile Agencies   Sept. 11   1980   Obituary - Douglas D. Cooper, owner of Doug          Easton Express   p. 1
                                        Cooper Ford and Continental Imports Ltd. On Rt.
                                        33 and Hecktown Road.
Automobiles           Feb. 27    1980   Driver's licenses now to have driver's photo. Two    Easton Express   p. 13, illus.
                                        photo license centers open in Lehigh Valley.

Barns                 Sept. 5    1980   The last barn in Easton is destroyed by fire. The    Easton Express   illus.
                                        100 year old barn was located on North 9th St.
                                        and Wood Ave.
Bartering                 Nov. 9,    1980   Owner of business, Becky Goldenberg, uses            Easton Express   p. E - 1.
                          1980.             bartering system in her refinishing of furniture and
                                            antique business.
Beers, Catharine          Aug. 7     1980   Obituary. Wife of deceased Lewis Sitgreaves          Easton Express   p. 36.
                                            Beers. She was active in the Jacobsburg Historical
                                            Society.
Belvidere - N.J.          Nov. 8,    1980   Sewage plant dedicated.                              Easton Express   p. 9, illus.
                          1980
Belvidere, N.J.           Nov. 8,    1980   Sewage Plant dedicated.                              Easton Express   p. 9, illus.
                          1980.
Belvidere, N.J. - Homes   Oct. 5,    1980   Historic homes noted. Home of Robert Morris          Easton Express   p. D-8, illus.
                          1980              and early residents of the town described.

Bridges, Lehigh           July 2     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.
Bridges, Lehigh           Nov. 27    1980   Officials doubt that suspension bridge damaged by Express
                                            storm will be rebuilt. Abuilt in 1885. Toll bridge in
                                            1885. Brief history
Buckley, William F.       Sept. 26   1980   Visits Lehigh University. Calls President Carter's    Express         p. 13
                                            administration "worst economic disaster ever"

Bus Transportation        Oct. 8     1980   City planners propose new bus transfer site.      Express
Business - Antiques       Nov. 9     1980   New business "Funky Furniture" relocated to       Easton Express      p. 1
                                            North Delaware River Road. Owner Becky
                                            Goldenberg uses the barter system in her
                                            business.
Business - bixler's       Nov. 12    1980   Celebrating 195th anniversary with sales and free Easton Express      p. 1 illus.
                                            horse and buggy rides around town.

Business - Bixler's       Nov. 8     1980   Celebrating 195th anniversary with sales and free Easton Express      p. 14
                                            horse and buggy rides around town.
Business - Bookstores              Nov. 23    1980   Moravian Bookstore in Bethlehem retains a root     Easton Express   p.C-1 illus.
                                                     with the past. An Account of its business.

Business - Bridal Consultants      Sept. 22   1980   Cathy La Stella of Palmer Township operates a      Easton Express   p. 23
                                                     bridal consultant business.
Business - Department Stores - Aug. 26        1980   Laubach's Department Store purchased by            Express          p. 1, illus.
Laubach's                                            Raymond Bartolacci, Asher & Jacob Seip, and
                                                     Dominick Lockwood for an undisclosed amount

Business - Food Stores             May 16     1980   Long vacant Best Market building at 5th and        Easton Express   p. 11 illus.
                                                     Northampton Street probable site of Veterans of
                                                     Foreign Wars new home.
Business - Furniture Stores        Sept. 11   1980   Lipkin's Furniture Store, 3rd and Ferry Streets    Easton Express   p. 13
                                                     getting a new look.
Business - Furniture Stores        Sept. 21   1980   Lipkin's Furniture Store, 3rd and Ferry Streets    Easton Express   p. B-12
                                                     getting a new look.
Business - Hobby Stores            Dec. 1     1980   Hobby Hangout and Craft Center relocated to new    Easton Express   p. 9 illus.
                                                     building at 3701 William Penn Highway. Formerly
                                                     in downtown Easton. Has one of the first passive
                                                     solar commercial buildings in Pa.

Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc.   Feb. 19    1980   Hotel Huntington to be converted into apartments Easton Express     p. 11 illus.
                                                     for young professionals.
Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc.   Oct. 23    1980   Hotel Hampton - Fire blaze routs 50 persons.     Easton Express     illus.

Business - Insurance               Dec. 30    1980   Kressler, Wolff, & Miller plan new office building Easton Express   p. 1 illus.
                                                     to be constructed at 4th & Pine Streets. An
                                                     account of the firm's business.
Business - Insurance               Oct. 19    1980   Henry S. Lehr, founder of the Henry S. Lehr        Easton Express   p. B-4
                                                     Insurance Agency. Obituary.
Business - Jewelry Trade           Nov. 24    1980   Paul's Jewelry Store owned for 12 years in Easton Easton Express    p. 14
                                                     by David W. Siegel and his wife Pauline. Obituary.
Business - Lawyers              Aug. 20   1980   Attorney Alfred Jemmons barred by Judge Alfred         Express   p. 17
                                                 Williams, Jr., from practicing in the Northampton
                                                 County Court
Business - Lawyers              Aug. 25   1980   Obituary of S. Maxwell Flitter, attorney for 52        Express
                                                 years in Northampton Co.
Business - Lawyers              Oct. 19   1980   Obituary of John H. Pursel, Sr., attorney and public   Express
                                                 servant of Warren County, NJ.
Business - Music & Musicians    Aug. 10   1980   Ted Williams, classical guitarist of Pen Argyl, PA,    Express   p. C-2
                                                 an artist on the guitar.
Business - Music & Musicians    Dec. 27   1980   Obituary of Charles Young, age 65 of Williams          Express   p. 20
                                                 Township. Well known as a ragtime pianist.
                                                 Professional musician for 50 years.

Business - Music & Musicians    Feb. 17   1980   Easton native Charlie Knecht is no ordinary      Express         p. E-2, illus./
                                                 musician - band leader of Interstate Municipal
                                                 Band.
Business - Music & Musicians    Nov. 9    1980   Dr. John D. Raymond, professor emeritus of music Express         p. B-1, illus.
                                                 from Lafayette College, continues his love of
                                                 music in his retirement.
Business - Office Equipment &   Jan. 11   1980   Treher-Montague Inc. stationary store at 237     Express         p. 11
Supplies                                         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.

Business - Office Equipment &   May 25    1980   Treher-Montague Inc. office furniture and office       Express   p. E-4
Supplies                                         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
Business - Orr's Department      Dec. 26   1980   Clock in front of store on Northampton St. in    Express        p. 13, illus.
Store                                             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.

Business - Orr's Department      Nov. 3    1980   Orr's clock on Northampton St. In front of store is   Express   p. 17
Store                                             damaged by milk truck.
Business - Pollock Brush Co.     Oct. 2    1980   Obituary of Burton Jones, owner of Pollock Brush      Express
                                                  Company.
Business - Printing              Dec. 5    1980   Correll Printing Co. breaks ground for a new plant    Express   p. 13
                                                  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
Business - Printing              May 10    1980   Lehigh Blue Printing Co., Inc. moves to new           Express   p. 5, illus.
                                                  location at 2000 Butler St.
Business - Refrigeration         Aug. 17   1980   Obituary of Joseph Pasch, owner of Pasch              Express   p. D-4
                                                  Refrigeration & Marine Co.
Business - Sculptors             Jan. 11   1980   Antonio Salemme, artist and sculptor, lives in        Express   p. E-20, illus.
                                                  Williams Township. An account of his work.

Business - Sewing                Jan. 31   1980   Les Althouse collects sewing machines; owns &     Express       p. 28, illus.
                                                  operaties American Sewing Center on
                                                  Northampton St.
Business - Shaklee Products Inc. Jan. 20   1980   Shaklee Products Inc. owned and operated by       Express       p. D-1, illus.
                                                  Mary and Bob Eble of Stockertown. Sells vitamins,
                                                  household cleaning products and personal care
                                                  items.
Business - Victaulic Co.         Dec. 12   1980   Plans are presented to Forks Township Planning    Express       p. 1, illus.
                                                  Commission for expansion of Victaulic Co.
Business - Welding           Dec. 31    1980   P. H. Barron Welding Co. at 684 Northampton St.      Express          p. 1 & 3,
                                               has fire                                                              illus.
Cancer                       Sept. 13   1980   Cancer deaths rated are significantly higher in      Express          p. 1
                                               Easton than for Northampton or Monroe Counties
                                               as a whole.
Candle (Centre Square)       Nov. 28    1980   Account of the Centre Square peace candle            Express
                                               erected over the Civil War monument
Carter, Rosalynn             April 17   1980   Wife of President Jimmy Carter visits the Lehigh     Express
                                               Valley at the ABE Airport and the Lehigh Valley
                                               Mall on April 18, 1980
Carter, Rosalynn             Sept. 26   1980   President's wife visits Fountain Hill Mills at       Express          p. 1, illus.
                                               Fountain Hill and tours the Lehigh Valley
Carter, Rosalynn             Sept. 27   1980   President's wife visits Fountain Hill Mills at       Express          p. 9, illus.
                                               Fountain Hill and tours the Lehigh Valley.
Children's Home, Easton      Aug. 12    1980   Fire damages basement                                Express
Children's Home, Easton      Jan. 28    1980   Fire destroys Children's Home dormitory cottage      Express          p. 1, illus.

Children's Home, Easton      Oct. 20    1980   Fire damages one-story stone building                Express          illus.
Children's Home, Easton      Oct. 27    1980   Dedication of the rebuilt cottage named in honor     Express          p. 15, illus.
                                               of Navy Lt. Commander Gordon Smith, an
                                               alumnus of the Home
Churches - Lutheran - Good   Sept. 27   1980   Good Shepherd Lutheran Church celebrates 200th       Easton Express   p. 16 illus.
Shepherd                                       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.
Churches - Moravian          May 17     1980   Handbell choir introduced as part of Palmer          Express          p. 16, illus.
                                               Township Moravian Church's musical ministry in
                                               memory of Theodore Bean.
Churches - St. Anthony's     April 12   1980   Rev. Francis Barbato gives an account of his years   Easton Express   p. 12 illus.
                                               in the priesthood. To be honored by members of
                                               St. Anthony's Church.
Churches - St. Anthony's   April 14   1980   Rev. Francis Barbato gives an account of his 40     Easton Express   p. 19 illus.
                                             years in the priesthood. To be honored by the
                                             members of St. Anthony's Church.
Churches - St. Anthony's   April 14   1980   About 450 persons honored Rev. Francis Barbato, Easton Express       p. 19 illus.
                                             priest emeritus of the church on the 50th
                                             anniversary of his priesthood.
Churches - St. Bernard's   April 19   1980   Rev. Francis X. Connolly to be transferred from St. Easton Express   p. 1 illus.
                                             Bernard's to another church. Members of the
                                             church are saddened by the move.

Churches - St. Bernard's   April 26   1980   Rev. Francis X. Connolly to be transferred from St. Easton Express   p. 1 illus.
                                             Bernard's to another church. Members of the
                                             church are saddened by the move.

Churches - St. Joseph      Dec. 26    1980   Baby Jesus figure in the Creche broken by vandals. Easton Express    p. 1 illus.

Churches - St. Joseph      May 17     1980   St. Joseph's Catholic Church honors Rev. Peter     Easton Express    p. 16 illus.
                                             Vandergeest on his 40 years of priesthood.

Clothing Stores            Dec. 15    1980   Lenny's Men Store moves to Centre Square.          Express-Times     p. 17, illus.
Clothing Stores            May 12     1980   Surprise Store.                                    Express-Times     p.24
                                             Moves to 327 Northampton
                                             Street, the former site of Green's 5 & 10 cent
                                             store.
Clothing Stores            Oct. 2     1980   Lenny's owned by Lenny and Mary B. Albanese        Express-Times     p. 34, illus.
                                             move store to Centre Square from 403
                                             Northampton St. Description of the new store.

Clothing Trade             Sept. 21   1980   Women's Clothing: Country Miss, Inc. located in    Express-Times     p. E-1
                                             Forks Township is a 19-year-old company with
                                             record sales. An account of the business.
Clubs - Forks of the Delaware   April 17   1980   Plant a memorial tree in memory of the club's   Easton Express       Illus.
Garden Club                                       deceased members. Planted in Louise Moore Park.

Clubs - Junior Women's          Jan. 10    1980   Club operates second-hand clothing store, The       Easton Express   P.23 Illus.
                                                  Spring Garden Street Exchange. An account of its
                                                  operation.
Community Day                   Sept. 2    1980   In Easton on Sunday afternoon, August 31. Held      Easton Express   P. 1 and 26
                                                  at Hacketts Park. Co-sponsored by Easton Jaycees                     Illus.
                                                  and Radio station WEEK
Crater, Joseph Force            Aug. 10    1980   Judge Crater of Easton disappeared in New York      Easton Express   P. B-1
                                                  City on August 6, 1930. An account.
Dairy Plants                    July 2     1980   Dairy Farm:                                         Easton Express
                                                  Owner of Dairy Farm in Williams Township--
                                                  Charles Crivelaro, Sr. Obit.
Deafness                        Jan. 29    1980   Rev. Milton Pier of Bangor, minister of lthe        Easton Express   p. 8 illus.
                                                  Assembly of God Church has commotted his life to
                                                  providing deaf people with religious services in
                                                  the Lehigh Valley area.
Deafness                        Jan. 29    1980   Rev. Milton Pier of Bangor, minister of the         Express          p. 8, illus.
                                                  Assembly of God Church, has committed his life to
                                                  providing deaf people with religious services in
                                                  the Lehigh Valley area.
Doctors                         March 24   1980   Obituary of Dr. Jacob Kincov.                       Easton Express   p. 12, illus.
Doctors                         Nov. 21    1980   Obituary of Dr. Ralph McKay La Shelle Buchanan, a   Easton Express   p. 34, illus.
                                                  doctor in Phillipsburg, N.J.
Easton - Historic Homes         Feb. 26    1980   Oakhurst given to Lafayette College in 1961 by      Easton Express   p. 18, illus.
                                                  Louise McKelvy Walker. Renamed McKelvy
                                                  House. Description of the home and college
                                                  program for the house.
Easton - Historic Houses        Feb. 27    1980   Oakhurst given to Lafayette College in 1961 by      Easton Express   p. 26, illus.
                                                  Louise McKelvy Walker. Renamed McKelvy
                                                  House. Description of the home and college
                                                  program for the house.
Easton Express - Employees      Nov. 13    1980   Shelly honored by town council of Phillipsburg for     Easton Express   p. 15, illus
                                                  his coverage of school board and council
                                                  meetings.
Easton Express - Employees      Nov. 2     1980   Donald W. Diehl, resigns as president and general      Easton Express   p. D-1
                                                  manager and editor.
Easton Express - Employees      Oct. 1     1980   James Shelly, reporter for 32 years retires. An        Easton Express   p. 13, illus
                                                  account of his journalistic days.
Easton Hospital - Chaplains'    Dec. 20    1980   Full time chaplain named: Rev. Thomas Green.           Easton Express   p. 25, illus
Program
Easton Hospital Poison center   Sept. 18   1980   Part of the Lehigh Valley Poison center. It is a       Easton Express   p.15
                                                  hotline to provide information.
Easton Post Office              Jan. 25    1980   Richard Hetrick ,postmaster, served 1961 to 1976.      Easton Express   p. 12 illus
                                                  obit
Emergency Squad                 Sept. 14   1980   An account of a typical day's work.                    Easton Express   p. D-1, illus
Fires                           Nov. 24    1980   Las Vegas hotel-casino fire has Palmer Township        Easton Express   p. 19
                                                  native assist in recruiting of the hotel residents -
                                                  Charles Fauerbach is a paramedic on duty in the
                                                  Las Vegas area.
Fires                           Sept. 5    1980   Last barn in Easton destroyed by fire. It was 100      Easton Express   p. 11
                                                  years old, located at 9th and Wood Streets.

Fires                           Sept. 6    1980   Last barn in Easton destroyed by fire. It was 100      Easton Express   p. 9
                                                  years old, located at 9th and Wood Streets.

Fires - Easton                  Nov. 16    1980   Dutchtown (6th - 7th Street) residents live in fear Easton Express      p. A-4
                                                  of another fire.
Fires - Easton                  Nov. 6     1980   A reward of $6000 for clues to local arsonist.      Easton Express      p. 1
Fires - Easton's Ring of Fire   Sept. 23    1980   5 Sept. - Barn fire at 9th & Wood Street.           Easton Express     p. 17, illus
                                                   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


Flemington, N.J.                Aug. 3      1980   Residents join movie stars in the filming of the TV Easton Express     p. 1
                                                   special " Do me a favor, don't voite for my mom."

Floods - 1955                   Aug. 17     1980   Review of disaster after 25 years. Full account       Easton Express   p. 1, illus
                                                   with pictures.
Forks Township                  Jan. 6      1980   Present day township and its problems.                Easton Express   p. C-1
Heritage Day                    July 2      1980   To be observed this year by a full week's activities. Easton Express

Holmes, Larry                   Aug. 31     1980   Purchases 411-419 Northampton Street (the           Easton Express     p. D-2
                                                   former Paramount Store). He plans a disco called
                                                   "Round One."
Holmes, Larry                   Dec. 31     1980   "Round One" disco 411-4419 Northampton St. to       Easton Express     p. 13
                                                   open its doors on Dec. 31. Description.
Holmes, Larry                   Feb. 27     1980   Practical joke played on him in Cleveland.          Easton Express     p. 37, illus
Holmes, Larry                   Jan. 20     1980   Named as one of the ten outstanding young men       Easton Express     p. B-1, illus
                                                   of the U.S. by U.S. Jaycees.
Holmes, Larry                   Oct. 3      1980   Wins over Muhammad Ali at end of 10th round.        Easton Express     p. 1, illus

Holmes, Larry                   Oct. 4, 5   1980   Easton citizens give Larry a parade.                Easton Express
Holmes, Larry                   Sept. 10,   1980   Easton wants to name a street for the world's       Easton Express     p. 1
                                11                 heavyweight fighter. South Union Street or Canal
                                                   Street suggested. Some objections to it.

Holmes, Larry                   Sept. 9     1980   Easton High School Gym has closed circuit           Easton Express     p. 17
                                                   television for Holmes-Ali fight on October 2.
Holmes, Larry                    Sept. 9    1980   Easton Area High School gym to show closed              Easton Express
                                                   circuit of the Holmes-Ali fight. Some members of
                                                   the school board (5-3) against use of the gym for
                                                   the affair.
Hugh Moore Parkway               Sept. 21   1980   An account of some of the accomplishments made          Easton Express   p. B-1
                                                   in the 6 mile stretch of land along the Lehigh
                                                   River.
Italians                         Nov. 12    1980   St. Frances Xavier Cabrini Society of Easton            Easton Express   p. 29, illus
                                                   celebrates is 30th anniversary.
Jews                             May 6      1980   Catholics and Jews unite in funeral services for Joe    Easton Express   p. 19
                                                   Cuvo a member of St. Anthony's Catholic Church
                                                   for former custodian of the B'nai Abraham
                                                   Synagogue.
Jews                             Oct. 14    1980   Rabbi Alexander Feisilver and his wife, Lillian, both   Easton Express   p. 14, illus
                                                   authors of Jewish heritage. An account of their
                                                   literary efforts.
Lafayette College - McKelvy      Feb. 26    1980   An account of the students who live in the              Express          p. 18, illus.
House                                              "honors house." Description of the home.
Lafayette College - McKelvy      Feb. 27    1980   An account of the students who live in the              Express          p. 26, illus.
House                                              "honors house." Description of the home.
Lafayette College - Visitors     May 27     1980   Garry Trudeau, creator of "Doonesbury" comic            Express          p. 17, illus.
                                                   strip, is speaker at 1980 commencement.

Lehigh Valley Health Education   Jan. 31    1980   Center will be renamed in honor of Carl and Emily Express                p. 16, illus.
Center                                             Weller who have donated $200,000. to the
                                                   Center.
Lumbertville, NJ             Nov. 16        1980   Brief history of the town                         Easton Express         p. D-7
Mary Meuser Memorial Library Dec. 9         1980   Library board considering a $200,000 expansion. Easton Express           p. 1

Monroe County, Pa. - Churches Oct. 4        1980   Christ Hamilton United Lutheran Church              Easton Express       p. 16, illus
                                                   celebrates 225th anniversary of the founding of
                                                   the original parish in 1755 and the 150 year of the
                                                   present church.
Mormons                      Feb. 16    1980   The Bushkill Center Church built in 1873 by the       Easton Express   p. 14, illus
                                               Lutherans & Reforms. Sold to the Wind Gap
                                               Branch of Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day
                                               Saints. Located 4 miles North of Nazareth.

Odenweldertown               Feb. 17    1980   An account of its history.                            Easton Express   p. C-1, illus
Palmer Township - Police     Sept. 16   1980   Supervisors suspend policeman Bruce Fretz for not     Easton Express   p. 1
Department                                     reporting sex case.
Palmer Township - Police     Sept. 17   1980   Supervisors suspend policeman Bruce Fretz for not     Easton Express   p. 13
Department                                     reporting sex case.
Palmer Township - Police     Sept. 18   1980   Policemen accuse Chief Nick DiVietro of leaving       Easton Express   p. 1
Department                                     Township during on-duty hours.
Palmer Township - Police     Sept. 24   1980   Supervisors suspend policeman Bruce Fretz for not     Easton Express   p. 13
Department                                     reporting sex case.
Palmer Township - Police     Sept. 25   1980   Supervisors suspend policeman Bruce Fretz for not     Easton Express
Department                                     reporting sex case.
Palmer Township - Postal     Jan. 8     1980   Township officials was municipal identification       Easton Express   p. 1
Service                                        and postal service -- "Palmer Township, Pa."

Palmer, Judge Clinton Budd   May 12     1980   Ceremonies at courthouse for the dedication of        Easton Express   p. 13, illus
                                               the Judge's portrait, painted by the artist, Robert
                                               C. Burns.
Parsons-Taylor House         Sept. 27   1980   Building has been placed on the National Register     Easton Express   p. 9, illus
                                               of Historic Places.
Patti, Stephen A.            Jan. 6     1980   Prominent sports official in the area. Obit.          Easton Express   p. C-4
Praxis                       Aug. 24    1980   An account of the residential center located at 4th   Easton Express   p. 1
                                               and Washington Streets.
Public Protests              Feb. 26    1980   Anti-draft protest held in Easton.                    Easton Express   p. 9
Roseto, Pa.                  Jan. 20    1980   An account of the town.                               Easton Express   p. B-1, illus
Sandt, Floyd H.              Jan. 31    1980   Was prominent throughout Pa. as a beekeeper.          Easton Express   p. 18
                                               Operated Sandt's Honey Business in Forks
                                               Township. Obit.
Slate Belt Medical Center    Dec. 12    1980   Center opens. Cost $3.5 million on Jan. 2, 1981.      Easton Express   p. 8, illus
Slate Belt Medical Center      Dec. 19   1980   Center opens. Cost $3.5 million on Jan. 2, 1981.    Easton Express

Slate Belt Medical Center      Dec. 22   1980   Center opens. Cost $3.5 million on Jan. 2, 1981.    Easton Express   p. 17

SPCA                           Aug. 15   1980   Lack of fund could force closing of the center.     Easton Express   p. 11, illus

SPCA                           Aug. 27   1980   City Parking garage collecting food and money       Easton Express   p. 13
                                                during drive for the organization.
SPCA                           Nov. 13   1980   Receives new ambulance. Donors are Forham           Easton Express   p. 17
                                                Bixler, owner of Orr's and Mrs. Minnie solt, former
                                                owner of Solt Chevrolet in Nazareth.

St. Francis Retreat Home and   Aug. 2    1980   St. Francis Retreat Home and Academy,               Easton Express   p. 16
Academy                                         Bethlehem Township. An account of its priests and
                                                the work of the Friary.
Sunfish Pond                   Aug. 3    1980   Brief history and present day status.               Easton Express   p. B-11
Synagogues - B'nai Abraham     May 10    1980   B'nai Abraham to complete the restoration of its    Easton Express   p. 21
                                                Torah Scroll. Its congregation to witness the
                                                writing on parchment.
Synagogues - B'nai Abraham     May 17    1980   Jewish scribe Rabbi Saul Teitelbaum, an Hasidic     Easton Express   p. 16 illus.
                                                Jew from Brooklyn to repair the collection of
                                                Torah Scrolls.
Synagogues - B'nai Abraham     Nov. 15   1980   B'nai Abraham Synagogue sends a Torah scroll as     Easton Express   p. 16 illus.
                                                gift to a conservative congregation in Israel.

Taxation                       Dec. 19   1980   City of Easton threatens suit if dentists and other Easton Express   p. 1
                                                professionals don't pay business privilege tax bills.
                                                Names listed.
Taxation                       Feb. 22   1980   Easton Tax abatement plan approved by County Easton Express          p. 1
                                                Council.
Temples - Temple Covenant of   April 14   1980   Joint service on Easton Community Sunday in            Easton Express   p. 19 illus.
Peace                                            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.

Trees                          Aug. 27    1980   Residents along Ferry Street object to city planting   Easton Express   p. 13
                                                 of trees.
Ukranians                      April 26   1980   To honor Father Berdar on his 35th anniversary at      Easton Express   p. 16, illus
                                                 the Holy Ghost Ukranian Catholic Church in West
                                                 Easton.
Veteran of the Year            Nov. 8     1980   Santo P. Loquasto honored at the 5th annual            Easton Express   p. 9, illus
                                                 military banquet held by Easton and Phillipsburg
                                                 area veterans.
Veterans of Foreign Wars       May 16     1980   Organization makes a bid for the Best Market at        Easton Express   p. 11, illus
                                                 5th and Northampton Streets.
Warren County, New Jersey      Oct. 12    1980   Lopatcong Township - brief history.                    Easton Express   p. D-12, illus

WEST (Radio Station)           March 31   1980   Arthur McCracken helped found Radio station            Easton Express   p. 10
                                                 WEST. Obit.
Williams Quarry                Feb. 17    1980   Dating from 1856 has a rich past.                      Easton Express   p. B-11, illus.

Wilson Borough - Schools       Oct. 14    1980   Grand opening of the new Wilson Elementary             Easton Express
                                                 School.
Wilson Borough School          Oct. 10    1980   Hay School building no longer used; replaced by        Easton Express
                                                 Wilson Elementary School. Brief history of Hay
                                                 building (65 years old).
Y.M.C.A.                       Dec. 30    1980   To expand its facilities either at old site or at a    Easton Express   p. 1
                                                 new building at 13th and Bushkill Drive and
                                                 Lafayette Street.
Y.M.C.A.                       Jan. 22    1980   Local Y.M.C.A. to build new facility to augment        Easton Express   p. 1
                                                 downtown "Y."
A.B.E. Airport                 Aug. 13    1981   Striking controllers just walk and wait. President     Easton Express   p. 1
                                                 Reagan says they are fired for striking.
A.B.E. Airport            Aug. 8    1981   Striking controllers just walk and wait. President   Easton Express   p.1
                                           Reagan says they are fired for striking.

A.B.E. Airport            Aug. 9    1981   Striking controllers just walk and wait. President   Easton Express   p.1
                                           Reagan says they are fired for striking.

Actors and Actresses      Aug. 9    1981   Jack Coleman, native of Easton, son of Prof. Dr.   Easton Express     p. B-1, illus.
                                           John Coleman is acting in "Days of Our Lives," a
                                           daytime soap opera on TV.
Actors and Actresses      Jan. 31   1981   Actress Anne Elstner Matthews of Stockton, NJ      Easton Express     p. 9
                                           featured in radio drama, "Stella Dallas." Obituary
                                           and account of her acting career. Ran the River's
                                           Edge restaurant in Lambertville, NJ.

Actors and Actresses      Jan. 31   1981   "Stella Dallas", radio drama featured Eistner      Easton Express     p. 9
                                           Matthews of Stockton, N.J. Obit. Account of her
                                           acting career. Ran the restaurant "The River's
                                           Edge" in Labertville, N.J.
Authors                   Dec. 15   1981   June and Paul Schlueter, resdients of Easton write Easton Express     p. A-1, illus.
                                           scholarly books on drama and literary figures.

Bakeries                  Nov. 25   1981   Strausser Haus of Breads - bakery in Palmer         Easton Express    p. E-1, illus.
                                           Township.
Bangor, PA - Businesses   Jan. 24   1981   Closing of the Strand Shop, clothing store, ends 52 Easton Express    p. 22, illus.
                                           years of business.
Bangor, Pa - Library.     May 31,   1981   House tours raise $1,000.00 for the Public Library. Easton Express    p. D-1, illus.
                          1981.
Banks                     May 16    1981   Easton National Bank and Trust Company opens         Easton Express   p. A-13, illus.
                                           two automatic teller machines. - known as MAC.

Banks                     May 24    1981   Obituary - Easton National Bank & Trust Company - Easton Express      p. D-4
                                           Vice president, Harvey J. Young, Jr. employed for
                                           48 years.
Barbers                        Nov. 1     1981   An account of the several barbers and their shops Easton Express        p. C1, illus.
                                                 in the Easton area.
Belvidere, N.J.                Jan. 9     1981   Warren County Courthouse - Park in front of        Easton Express       p. 18, illus.
                                                 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.
Blue Mountain Control Center   Aug. 23    1981   Located in Wind Gap. An account of its activities. Express              p. 1, illus.

Bottles                        Nov. 28    1981   Old bottles revive memories of Easton in the           Express          p. A-9
                                                 golden days.
Boys Club of Easton            Dec. 7     1981   Boys Club honors Raymond Bartolacci.                   Express          p. B-3, illus.
Boys Club of Easton            June 28    1981   An account of Boys Club activities. Expansion and      Express          p. B-1, illus.
                                                 a new image is planned. Located at 508 A Charles
                                                 St.
Bridges, Delaware              June 9     1981   Free Bridge officially designated historic place and   Express          p. B-1, illus.
                                                 named to the PA Inventory of Historic Places.

Burros                         Oct. 10    1981   Burros from the Grand Canyon now in Hunterdon Express                   p. 1, illus.
                                                 County, NJ, waiting private owners.

Bushkill Park                  Feb. 21    1981   Bridge connecting Palmer and Forks Township            Express          p. B-3
                                                 called obsolete
Business - Banks               April 3    1981   First Valley Bank, Easton branch, robbed.              Easton Express
Business - Banks               April 30   1981   First Valley Bank, Easton branch, robbed.              Easton Express
Business - Banks               Aug. 8     1981   First National Bank of Allentown has adopted a         Easton Express   p. A-9
                                                 Seven point million reinvestment program for
                                                 Easton.
Business - Banks               May 13 &   1981   First National Bank of Allentown has its loan          Easton Express   p. B-1
                               May 14            record debated by CORCO.
Business - Binney & Smith      Dec. 16    1981   Russell J. McChesney, chairman of the board            Easton Express   p.B-1 illus.
                                                 retires Dec. 31 after working 46 years for the firm.
                                                 An account of his career.
Business - Binney & Smith      June 7 &   1981   Binney & Smith create painting kit "Creatable      Easton Express   p.C-1 illus.
                               June 14           Paintables".
Business - Breweries           May 14     1981   F&M Schaefer Brewing Company purchased by          Easton Express   p.B-10
                                                 Stroh Brewery Co. of Detroit.
Business - Candy               Jan. 7     1981   Carmelcorn Shop on Center Square owned by          Easton Express   p. 15 illus.
                                                 John Doherty for 50 years.
Business - Candy               Oct. 20    1981   John Doherty, owner of Carmelcorn Shop, 62         Easton Express   p.B-8 illus.
                                                 Cwentre Square, in business for 48 years. Opened
                                                 in 1931 at 468 Northampton St.
Business - Department Stores   Feb. 8     1981   Wyckoff Department Store, Stroudsburg, Pa. to      Easton Express   p. B-1
                                                 close on March 1 after being in business for 106
                                                 years.
Business - Department Stores   May 19     1981   Hess's Department Store opens a dental clinic at   Easton Express   p. B-1
                                                 the Palmer Park Mall.
Business - Doctors             Aug. 14    1981   Dr. Raymond Wing, age 84, practiced for 42 years   Easton Express   p. B-10 illus.
                                                 in Easton. Obituary.
Business - Doctors             May 19     1981   Weintraub, Dr. Sydney, age 74, Easton physician    Easton Express   p. B-4
                                                 and surgeon. Obituary.
Business - Florists            April 22   1981   Larry's Floral Creations opens at 3106 William     Easton Express   illus.
                                                 Penn Highway. Owner is Lawrence Whitsell.

Business - Food Stores         Aug. 11    1981   Best Market - iron framework holding the"B" sign Easton Express     p.B-1 illus.
                                                 on top of building removed after 15 years.

Business - Food Stores         Dec. 16    1981   Four area A & P stores to close as of Jan. 16,    Easton Express    p. 1
                                                 1982.
Business - Food Stores         Feb. 8     1981   Seiple's Market at Stockertown on Main Street not Easton Express    illus.
                                                 only sells merchandise but helps to direct
                                                 stranded motorists.
Business - Food Stores         Nov. 17    1981   Best Market - Equitable Life Assurance Society of Easton Express    p. 1
                                                 the U.S. may buy building at 5th and Northampton
                                                 st. for its offices.
Business - Food Stores             Sept. 1    1981   Sal Panto Sr. and son renovate their meat market Easton Express         p.B-1 illus.
                                                     in line with Easton's historic preservation
                                                     program.
Business - Furniture Stores        Feb. 11    1981   Lipkin's Furniture Store has a facelift.         Easton Express         p. D-8 illus.
Business - Furniture Stores        Jan. 25    1981   Lauter's Furniture Store, 223 Northampton St.    Easton Express         p. E-4 illus.
                                                     purchased by John Zemenak of Doylestown.

Business - Furniture Stores        Jan. 6     1981   Abraham Aaron, age 86 was the owner of the             Easton Express   p. 14
                                                     Aaron Furniture Store for 40 years. Obituary.

Business - Furniture Stores        July 26    1981   Ford Furniture Store, Washington, N.J. Quality    Easton Express        p. E-1 illus.
                                                     service for 90 years.
Business - General Stores          Aug. 2     1981   Article on the general store today. An account of Easton Express        p. C-1 illus.
                                                     stores in Ackermanville, Stanton,N.J. and others.

Business - Hobby Stores            March 12   1981   Hobby Hangout and Craft Center located on Wm. Easton Express            p.C-1 illus.
                                                     Penn Highway uses solar energy for heating.

Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc.   Aug. 26    1981   Fairview Hotel, located at 1028-30 Butler Street is    Easton Express   p.B-1 illus.
                                                     newly transformed through preservation. Brief
                                                     account of its history.
Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc.   March 27   1981   Century Inn - Sandt's Eddy hotel gutted by fire.       Easton Express   p. 1 illus.
                                                     Was 200 years old, located on Rte. 611 in Lower
                                                     Mt. Bethel Township.
Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc.   Nov. 4     1981   Allentown Hilton & Conference Center celebrates        Easton Express   p.A-8
                                                     its grand opening.
Business - Insurance               Dec. 5     1981   Kressler, Wolff & Miller relocate to new office at     Easton Express   p. B-6 illus.
                                                     40 South 4th St.
Business - Jewelry Trade           April 17   1981   Robert C. Aretz jewelry store closes after 10 years.   Easton Express
                                                     Owner died in February.
Business - Jewelry Trade           Feb. 5     1981   Robert C. Aretz, owner of Aretz Jewelers in Centre     Easton Express
                                                     Square. Obituary.
Business - Lumber Trade            March 27   1981   Obituary of Ferman W. Hummel, age 85, owner of         Express
                                                     Hummel Lumber Co.
Business - Music & Musicians        Feb. 1    1981   An account of Frank McGinley's life by E.E.           Express
                                                     reporter Don Henry.
Business - Music & Musicians        Feb. 1    1981   Obituary of Elbern H. "Eddie" Alkire,                 Express
                                                     internationally-known guitarist who lived in
                                                     Easton
Business - Music & Musicians        Jan. 16   1981   An account of Frank McGinley's life by E. E.          Express          p. 10
                                                     reporter Don Henry
Business - Music & Musicians        Jan. 26   1981   Obituary of Elbern H. "Eddie" Alkire,                 Express          p. 22, illus.
                                                     internationally-known guitarist who lived in
                                                     Easton
Business - Music & Musicians        Nov. 6    1981   The world is home to Easton's master musician,        Express          p. B-1, illus.
                                                     Ken Brader III, former trumpet player with Glenn
                                                     Miller's orchestra. Now in business with his father
                                                     and grandfather.
Business - Pfizer & Co.             Aug. 4    1981   Plans expansion of plant - a $50 million capital      Express          p. 1, B-1,
                                                     expansion.                                                             illus.
Business - Plumbing                 May 20    1981   Obituary of T. Francis Ford, Jr., secretary of        Express          p. A-8
                                                     H.P.Kinsey & Co.
Business - Poetry                   Jan. 30   1981   Len Roberts, Professor at the Northampton Area        Express          p. E-11, illus.
                                                     Community College, writes poetry.
Business - Real Estate              Jan. 6    1981   Obituary of Paul F. Ford, age 89, founder of the      Express          p. 14
                                                     Paul Ford Agency.
Business - Riegel Paper Co.         Jan. 28   1981   Two Riegel Products Co., Milford, NJ, executives      Express          p. 1, illus.
                                                     fined in price fix.
Business - Shoe Industry            Jan. 11   1981   An account of the business and some of its            Express          p. C-1
                                                     workers
Business - Victaulic Co.            Jan. 24   1981   Victaulic Co. expansion to cost $15 million           Express          p. 10
Business - Victaulic Co.            Jan. 30   1981   Victaulic Co. expansion to cost $15 million           Express          p. 1
Businesses - J. T. Baker Chemical   Aug. 2    1981   J. T. Baker involved in bitter strike.                Easton Express   p. 1, illus.
Company
Businesses - J. T. Baker Chemical   Jan. 28   1981   J. T. Baker Chemical Co. plans to move 80 to 100      Easton Express   p. 1
Company                                              jobs South.
Businesses - J. T. Baker Chemical   July 28   1981   J. T. Baker Chemical Company's union workers          Easton Express   p. 1, illus.
Company                                              strike at plant.
Businesses - J. T. Baker Chemical July 31    1981   J. T. Baker Chemical Company's union workers          Easton Express   p. B-1
Company                                             strike at plant.
Businesses - J. T. Baker Chemical Nov. 15    1981   Scientist at the plant believes a massive meteorite   Easton Express   Section D,
Company                                             he examined is part of one that hit the earth eons                     illus.
                                                    ago.
Businesses - J. T. Baker Chemical Sept. 22   1981   Scientist at the plant believes a massive meteorite   Easton Express   p. B-1
Company                                             he examined is part of one that hit the earth eons
                                                    ago.
Canal Festival                   June 27     1981   Shedules for Sunday, June 28. An account for the      Easton Express   p. A-12 illus
                                                    plans for the day's activities.
Canal Festival                   June 29     1981   An account for the plans for the day's activities.    Easton Express   p. B-1 illus

Catholics                        June 28     1981   Sister Karen Pourby reaches her goal in becoming Express               p. B-12, illus.
                                                    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.

Catholics                        May 13      1981   Area Catholics of the 152 dioceses hold special       Express          p. 1
                                                    masses in honor of Pope John Paul II who was
                                                    shot in Rome
Catholics                        May 8       1981   Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre, leader of                 Express          p. B-1, illus.
                                                    traditionalist Catholics, visits the Lehigh Valley.

Cats                             Feb. 16     1981   Cat fur buyer rejects fears of mass killings.         Express          p. 1
Cats                             Feb. 24     1981   Fur wholesaler, Raymon C. Rumpf, of Ferndale to       Express
                                                    cease his demands for cat fur. Cat lovers in the
                                                    area protest.
Centre Square                    April 22    1981   Bricks emerge as street is being reconditioned        Express

Centre Square                    April 28    1981   Bricks emerge as street is being reconditioned        Express

Centre Square                    June 4      1981   Red crosswalks not to be part of the resurfacing of Express            p. B-1
                                                    the roadway around the Square
Centre Square             May 5     1981   Council votes for blacktop road, red crosswalks        Express          p. 1

Centre Square             May 8     1981   Council votes for blacktop road, red crosswalks        Express          p. B-1

Centre Square             Oct. 11   1981   Celebration in Centre Square in honor of the      Express               p. D-1, illus.
                                           Italians, Lebanese, Vietnamese of the Easton area

Centre Square - Market    July 5    1981   Today's account of farmers who sell their produce Express               p. D-1, illus.

Chain Dam                 July 6    1981   Fishing pier for the handicapped located at the        Express          p. B-1
                                           south end of the 8-mile bikeway through Palmer
                                           and Bethlehem Townships.
Chemical accident         Oct. 28   1981   Toxic leak from tanker in Palmer Township is           Express          p. 1, illus.
                                           safely stopped.
Children's Home, Easton   May 18    1981   Fire damages second and third floors of the junior     Express          p. B-1, illus.
                                           boys unit
Children's Home, Easton   May 19    1981   Fire damages second and third floors of the junior     Express          p. B-1
                                           boys unit
Churches - Baptist        Oct. 20   1981   First Baptist Church, Easton, Rev. Albert Beerley,     Easton Express   p. B-6 illus.
                                           age 82, former pastor, served 1940 - 1974.
                                           Obituary.
Churches - Buddhist       July 26   1981   Lamaist Buddhist Monastery located in Warren           Easton Express   p. 1 illus.
                                           County, N.J., Washington Township.
Churches - Buddhist       July 27   1981   Lamaist Buddhist Monastery located in Warren           Easton Express   p. 1 illus.
                                           County, N.J., Washington Township.
Churches - Catholic       Aug. 16   1981   Angelic Sisters of St. Paul, order located in Easton   Easton Express   p. B-1 illus.
                                           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.
Churches - Moravian       Oct. 19   1981   Schoeneck Moravian Church holds a lovefeast to         Express          p. B-2, illus.
                                           dedicate its renovated sanctuary
Churches - Our Lady of Lebanon Nov. 30   1981   Our Lady of Lebanon Maronite Catholic Church           Easton Express   p. B-1
                                                celebrated its first half- century of service to the
                                                area. Founded by Lebanese community in 1931.
                                                Brief history.
Churches - Our Lady of Lebanon Nov.25    1981   Our Lady of Lebanon Maronite Catholic Church           Easton Express   p. C-1 illus.
                                                celebrated its first half-century of service to the
                                                area. Founded by Lebanese community in 1931.
                                                Brief history.
Churches - Presbyterian       Dec. 15    1981   College Hill Presbyterian Church Rev. Robert           Express          p. B-1, illus.
                                                Sandercock leaves his pastorship for a
                                                Philadelphia post
Churches - Reformed           Sept. 5    1981   St. Mark's United Church of Christ. A group of         Express          p. A-15, illus.
                                                rocking chair rockers raised more than $1000. for
                                                muscular dystrophy fund.
Churches - St. Anthony's      Nov. 27    1981   Father Barbato, church's spiritual leader, age 77.     Easton Express   p. B-1 illus.
                                                Obituary.
Churches - St. Joseph         Jan. 19    1981   Baby Jesus figure in the Creche broken by vandals.     Easton Express   p. 1 illus.
                                                Restored by John Snyder.
Clothing Stores               Feb. 7     1981   New York Tailors (Men's clothing store), 407           Express-Times
                                                Northampton Street closing after 14 years in
                                                business. Owned by Joseph Radogna. An account
                                                of the business.
Clothing Stores               Jan. 12    1981   Sigals.                                                Express-Times    p. 15
                                                Has a new department -- Bridal Gallery.
                                                Description.
Clothing Stores               Jan. 2     1981   Sigals.                                                Express-Times
                                                Has a new department -- Bridal Gallery.
                                                Description.
Clothing Stores               Jan. 23    1981   May's Men Store.                                       Express-Times    p. 11
                                                Closes store in Hillcrest Mall due to poor business.

Clubs - Exchange              April 25   1981   Golden Deeds awarded to Edward "Goudge"                Easton Express
                                                Andrews
Clubs - Woman's            Feb. 16    1981   Selling its headquarters at 611 Cattell Street. Was   Easton Express   P. B-1
                                             its headquarters for 23 years.
Clubs - Woman's            Feb. 16    1981   Due to economic reasons the club house at Cattell     Easton Express
                                             and Pierce Streets to be sold. Has been
                                             headquarters since 1958. Formerly at 56 N.4th
                                             Street
Community Spirit Day       Sept. 8    1981   Held each year at Hacketts Park under the             Easton Express   P. B-5 Illus.
                                             sponsorship of the Jaycees and WEEX
Deafness                   Nov 6      1981   Helen Beebe Speech and heaaring center of             Easton Express   p.B-8 illus.
                                             Easton. An account of its history and activities

Deafness                   Nov. 6     1981   Helen Beebe Speech & Hearing Center of Easton.        Express          p. B-8, illus.
                                             An account of its history and activities.

Deafness                   Sept. 14   1981   Stockertown places sign on street warning             Easton Express   p. 1 illus.
                                             motorists of a deaf child who cannot hear traffic.

Deafness                   Sept. 14   1981   Stockertown places sign on street warning             Express          p. 1, illus.
                                             motorists of a deaf child who cannot hear traffic.

Delaware River             Sept. 14   1981   "Save the Delaware" flotilla. Canoes, sailboats,    Express            p. B-1, illus.
                                             etc. formed to protest the proposed plan to divert
                                             millions of gallons of river water for use in homes
                                             & businesses in Bucks & Montgomery Counties


Delaware River             Sept. 4    1981   "Save the Delaware" flotilla. Canoes, sailboats,    Express            p. B-3
                                             etc. formed to protest the proposed plan to divert
                                             millions of gallons of river water for use in homes
                                             & businesses in Bucks & Montgomery Counties


Delaware River - Rafting   June 7     1981   Raft racing on Delaware River. 12th great annual      Express          p. B-1, illus.
                                             race.
Delaware River - Rafting       June 8     1981   12th annual raft racing on river                      Express          p. B-3, illus.
Dixie Cup Co.                  May 24     1981   Account of its giant cup on top of the plant.         Easton Express   p. 1, illus.
Doctors                        July 27    1981   Obituary of Dr. Joseph C. Markefka, Jr.               Easton Express   p. A-10
Donkeys                        Oct. 3     1981   Arizona burros to graze in the New Jersey area        Express          p. 1

Downtown Improvement Group Feb. 5         1981   Mrs. Evelyn Gulick again heads the agency             Express          p. 13, illus.
(DIG)
Drugs                      April 28       1981   Drug-sniffing dog now in Easton Area. School         Express
                                                 Board agrees to use the dog in sniffing out drugs
                                                 in local schools.
Drugs                          Feb. 21    1981   German shepherd dog Misty ,trained to sniff out Express                p. B-1, illus.
                                                 drugs, demonstrates her ability for officials of the
                                                 area.
Drugs                          June 16    1981   Drugs seized. Couple in raid in Phillipsburg, NJ.    Express           p. B-8, illus.

Drugs                          June 17    1981   Drugs seized. Couple in raid in Phillipsburg, NJ.     Express          p. B-5

Drugs                          June 25    1981   Easton Police to buy dog to sniff drugs in schools. Express            p. B-1

Easton Cemetery                May 21     1981   Thirty Civil War grave markers stolen.                Easton Express   p. B-4
Easton Express                 April 8    1981   Bruce Frassinelli named managing director.            Easton Express   p. B-1, illus
Easton Express                 March 15   1981   Director who served for 44 years, Adele S. Fretz,     Easton Express   p. 1
                                                 age 84. Obit.
Easton Express - Employees     Jan. 5     1981   Willard B. Shively, age 70 was photographer for 40    Easton Express   p. 19
                                                 years on the newspaper. Obit.
Easton Hospital - Chaplains'   Jan. 24    1981   New Chaplain, first full-time employed by hospital.   Easton Express   p. 20, illus
Program                                          Account of his work.
Easton Housing Authority       Dec. 30    1981   Allentown staff to run public housing in the Easton   Easton Express   p. B-1
                                                 area for limited time.
Easton Neighborhood Center     Jan. 18    1981   Rent-a-kid Program for teen-age employment            Easton Express

Easton Post Office-Parking     Aug. 6     1981   Parking shortage still unsolved. Post office wants    Easton Express   p. B-1 Illus
                                                 to tear down former Hellick coffee Co
Easton Post Office-Postmaster   June 14    1981   Henry C. Schultz, Postmaster for 22 years, was     Easton Express    p. 1 illus
                                                  father of mayor Henry J. Schultz. He was a staunch
                                                  democrat. Obit
Easton Public Library           Sept. 29   1981   Shull school to house a branch library.            Easton Express    P. B-1
Eddyside                        April 22   1981   Beach to be renamed. Now called Eddyside Beach - Easton Express
                                                  Jay R. Snyder Memorial Park.
Fire Fighting                   Nov. 29    1981   Volunteer firefighters are today's heroes. An      Easton Express    p. 1, illus
                                                  account of the county's various fire companies &
                                                  their activities.
Fleck, Cyrus, Sr.               May 30     1981   An account of his life.                            Easton Express    p. A-3, illus
Flemington, N.J.                Feb. 15    1981   Brief history of the town.                         Easton Express    p. D-14, illus

Floods - 1955                   Aug. 17    1981   A recounting of the flood of 26 years again that    Easton Express   p. 1, illus
                                                  took the Delaware Bridge.
Food                            May 31     1981   The art of making scrapple.                         Easton Express   p. C-1, illus
Food - Hot Dogs                 July 15    1981   Vendor sells hot dogs in circle area.               Easton Express   p. C-1, illus
Forks Township - Emergency      June 28    1981   Emergency Squad will have paramedics.               Easton Express   p. B-1
Squad
Frakturs                        Feb. 15    1981   History and example of the Pa. German Art of        Easton Express
                                                  illumination and painting of birth and marriage
                                                  certificates, etc. An account of Easton's Bible
                                                  Artists - John Spangenburg.
Gypsy Smith                     Aug. 8     1981   Gypsy Smith - had Parkwood Riding Stables in        Easton Express   p. A-5, illus
                                                  Palmer Township. Now lives in Plainfield
                                                  Township. An account of her life with horses and
                                                  other animals.
Heritage Day                    July 11    1981   Celebration on July 8, 1981 in Easton.              Easton Express   p. 1, illus
Heritage Day                    July 9     1981   Celebration on July 8, 1981 in Easton.              Easton Express   p. 1, illus
Holmes, Larry                   April 24   1981   City planning Board approves of Holmes plan for a   Easton Express
                                                  $1.6 million, 12 court racquetball center, health
                                                  club and office building at corner of Union and
                                                  Washing Streets.
Holmes, Larry                   Aug. 31    1981   Opens a sportswear store next to his restaurant     Easton Express   p. B-1, illus
                                                  on Northampton Street.
Holmes, Larry                      Feb. 11     1981   Plans a bar-restaurant next to "Round One" disco. Easton Express        p. B-1

Holmes, Larry                      Feb. 13     1981   Opens a disco "Round One."                             Easton Express   p. D-11, illus

Holmes, Larry                      May 14      1981   Chamber of Commerce honors: Larry Holmes;              Easton Express   p. B-1
                                                      Joseph Kuebler; Russell J. McChesney.

Holmes, Larry                      Sept. 28,   1981   Easton honors Larry Holmes with a special day.    Easton Express        p. 1, illus
                                   29                 Gov. Thornburgh to visit Easton on this day, 29
                                                      Sept. 1981.
Hostages (Iran)                    Feb. 1      1981   Parade in Easton on Saturday, January 31, 1981 in Easton Express
                                                      honor of the 52 return hostages from Iran.

Housing                            March 29    1981   Independence - townhouse development in Forks          Easton Express   p. D-1, illus
                                                      Township. Brief account.
Italians                           Sept. 8     1981   Italian Feast Day celebrated in South Easton.          Easton Express   p. B-1, illus
Kirkridge Center                   Dec. 12     1981   An account of the non-sectarian religious retreat      Easton Express   p. A-15, illus
                                                      center.
Lafayette College - Faculty        May 10      1981   Obituary of Arthur Winters, athletic director for 22   Express          p. B-4
                                                      years.
Lafayette College - Faculty        May 17      1981   Dr. Samuel Pascal (deceased) taught for 31 years       Easton Express   p. D-4
                                                      at College. To be inducted into Perkiomen School
                                                      Hall of Athletic Honors in Pennsbury, PA.

Lafayette College - Fraternities   Feb. 27     1981   Party at Delta Upsilon with the theme of "Back to Express               p. B-1
                                                      the Womb" is declared offensive and sexist.

Lafayette College - Students       Dec. 22     1981   Blind student, Charles Wilson, studies to be an    Express              p. C-1, illus.
                                                      electrical engineer.
Lafayette College - Students       Feb. 7      1981   The Official Preppy Handbook names Lafayette       Express              p. 1
                                                      College the no. 3 drinking school. Students resent
                                                      not being named no. 1.
Lafayette College - Visitors      April 7    1981   Former Cleveland mayor Dennis Kucinich speaks          Express          p. 1, illus.
                                                    at college at two-day seminar on "American cities
                                                    in the eighties."
Lafayette College - Visitors      Dec. 8     1981   Author John Barth reads exerpts from a new             Express          p. B-1
                                                    novel.
Lambertville, NJ                  Nov. 28    1981   Designer dedicated to Lambertville. An account of      Express          p. A-5, illus.
                                                    its history.
Leary, Jane                       Dec. 24    1981   An account of her Christmas with her family            Express          p. B-1, illus.
                                                    during the Depression.
Lehigh River                      Oct. 23    1981   River could be Easton's future source of power.        Express          p. B-1

Lehigh Valley Artificial Kidney   Aug. 10    1981   Nurses and aides stage a strike at Palmer and          Express          p. B-1, illus.
Clinic                                              Bethlehem clinics.
Lehigh Valley Artificial Kidney   Aug. 23    1981   Nurses and aides stage a strike at Palmer and          Express          p. B-1
Clinic                                              Bethlehem clinics.
Lehigh Valley Artificial Kidney   July 28    1981   Nurses and aides stage a strike at Palmer and          Express          p. 1, illus.
Clinic                                              Bethlehem clinics.
Lehigh Valley Health Education    Sept. 17   1981   Center will be renamed in honor of Carl and Emily      Express          p. B-2
Center                                              Weller who have donated $200,000. to the
                                                    Center.
Lehigh Valley Railroad            Dec. 9     1981   Roundhouse property is looked upon by                  Easton Express   p. B-1, illus
                                                    developers as a valuable piece of property.
Lehigh Valley Railroad            Nov. 12    1981   Plans for the Roundhouse opposed.                      Easton Express   p. 1
Lehigh Valley Railroad            Nov. 20    1981   Plans for the Roundhouse opposed.                      Easton Express   p. 1, illus
Lehigh Valley Railroad            Oct. 28    1981   Round House building under various proposals for       Easton Express   p. 1
                                                    its use.
Lehigh Valley Thruway             Dec. 2     1981   4th Street exit with a partial median barrier causes   Express          p. 1, illus.
                                                    accident which resulted in the death of 2 persons
                                                    from Washington, NJ.
Lehigh Valley Thruway             Dec. 30    1981   Thruway barrier to be installed at 4th Street exit     Express          p. 1, illus.
                                                    where accident occurred.
Lehigh Valley Thruway             Dec. 31    1981   Thruway barrier to be installed at 4th Steet exit      Express          p. B-1
                                                    where accident occurred.
Loren, Sophia                Oct. 29   1981   Actress visits Hess Dept. Store in Allentown, PA, to Express          p. D-1, illus.
                                              promote her new perfume. Also visited the grand
                                              opening of the Allentown Hilton & Conference
                                              Center.
Martin's Creek               Aug. 23   1981   Brief history of the town.                           Easton Express   p. B-1
                                                                                                                    p. B-12, illus

Martin's Creek               July 22   1981   Residents of Little Creek Road block entrance to     Easton Express   p. B-1, illus
                                              Little Creek Bridge to prevent it from being torn
                                              down.
Martin's Creek               July 23   1981   Residents of Little Creek Road block entrance to     Easton Express   p. 1
                                              Little Creek Bridge to prevent it from being torn
                                              down.
Martin's Creek               July 30   1981   Residents of Little Creek Road block entrance to     Easton Express   p. B-1, illus
                                              Little Creek Bridge to prevent it from being torn
                                              down.
Mary Meuser Memorial Library Jan. 10   1981   Adds $100,000 to plant.                              Easton Express   p. 17

Memorial Day                 May 16    1981   Boat model built by Eastern Northampton County       Easton Express   p. A-9
                                              Vocational Technical School to be launched in
                                              Delaware on Memorial Day.
Monument - Centre Square     Jan. 28   1981   Yellow ribbon tied round Soldiers and Sailors        Easton Express   p. 13, illus
                                              monument to welcome home the former
                                              hostages.
Morris Canal                 Feb. 22   1981   Account of its history by James Lee.                 Easton Express
Nazareth, Pa.                Aug. 16   1981   Group of citizens hope to save the town's            Easton Express   p. B-1, illus
                                              Moravian heritage.
Norton, William M.           Aug. 12   1981   Outstanding politician of Phillipsburg, N.J. Gives   Easton Express   p. B-1, illus
                                              his views of his political life.
Norton, William M.           Aug. 28   1981   Outstanding politician of Phillipsburg, N.J. Gives   Easton Express   p. B-6, illus
                                              his views of his political life.
Norton, William M.           Nov. 15   1981   Outstanding politician of Phillipsburg, N.J. Gives   Easton Express   p. 1, illus
                                              his views of his political life.
Palmer Township - Parks           Aug. 12    1981   Palmer Township Bans night parking near                Easton Express   p. B-1
                                                    Township Park.
Palmer Township - Police          Jan. 8     1981   Palmer police settle dispute. The Police               Easton Express   p. 1
Department                                          Association has won recognition by the township
                                                    authorities.
Parades                           Jan. 27    1981   Area Veterans arrange a parade in Easton to            Easton Express   p. 16
                                                    honor the return of the hostages.
Pennsylvania Germans              Feb. 12    1981   John Stout, authority of the Pa. Germans. Obit.        Easton Express   p. C-8

Phillipsburg School District -    June 23    1981   Survey of school populatin revealed that 33            Easton Express   p. 1
Students                                            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.

Phillipsburg, N.J. - Fire Dept.   Sept. 3    1981   Fire chief, Bernard J. Hughes, age 79 was chief for    Easton Express   p. 1
                                                    21 years.
Phillipsburg, N.J. - Library      Feb. 16    1981   Librarian, Jayne Hess disputes with council. Library   Easton Express   p. B-1
                                                    Board backs librarian.
Phillipsburg, N.J. - Library      Feb. 25    1981   Librarian, Jayne Hess disputes with council. Library   Easton Express   p. 1
                                                    Board backs librarian.
Phillipsburg, N.J. - Library      March 11   1981   Librarian, Jayne Hess disputes with council. Library   Easton Express
                                                    Board backs librarian.
Phillipsburg, N.J. - Library      March 15   1981   Conflict over.                                         Easton Express   p. B-1, illus
Phillipsburg, N.J. - Library      March 3    1981   Librarian, Jayne Hess disputes with council. Library   Easton Express   p. A-4
                                                    Board backs librarian.
Phillipsburg, N.J. - Library      March 4    1981   Librarian, Jayne Hess disputes with council. Library   Easton Express   p. B-1
                                                    Board backs librarian.
Phillipsburg, N.J. - Library      March 5    1981   Librarian, Jayne Hess disputes with council. Library   Easton Express   p. B-1
                                                    Board backs librarian.
Phillipsburg, N.J. - Liquor       June 3     1981   Town Council passes ordinance allowing Sunday          Easton Express   p. 1
                                                    liquor sales.
Phillipsburg, N.J. - Music       Aug. 10    1981   Mrs. Dorothy Snyder Unangst wrote the lyrics of      Easton Express   p. B-6
                                                   the Phillipsburg High School fight song - "Onward
                                                   P'Burg." Obit.
Post Office                      Sept. 18   1981   The Easton Post Office will stay downtown            Easton Express   P. 1
Radio Station WZZO and 295       June 21    1981   Parents and teachers complain that station's         Easton Express   p. B-1, illus
                                                   messages foster a "party image." Play rock & roll
                                                   music - contendds it has encouraged teenagers to
                                                   get rowdy with beer and drugs.
Railroads - Wrecks               April 29   1981   Pa. Railroad wreck 70 years ago at Martin's Creek.   Easton Express

Recreation - Recycling Project   Dec. 12    1981   Recycling operations mark an anniversary.            Easton Express   p. 1
                                                   Account of the operation in the area.
Riegelsville, Pa.                Feb. 20    1981   Public Library has a Mercer tile fireplace. Account Easton Express    p. B-1, illus
                                                   of the library building built in 1885 by John Riegel
                                                   for a boys school - Riegel Academy.

Riegelsville, Pa.                March 5    1981   Mayor John A. Frankenfield, age 80. Served for 15 Easton Express      p. B-8
                                                   years. Obit.
Riegelsville, Pa.                Oct. 13    1981   Community spruces up the historic Academy         Easton Express      p. B-1, illus
                                                   building which now houses the public library.

Roads - Route 78                 July 15    1981   Study details proposed I-78 route through           Easton Express    p. 1, illus
                                                   Northampton County, Pa.
Salvation Army                   May 16     1981   The Easton citadel of the Salvation Army            Easton Express    p. A-5
                                                   celebrates its 90th anniversary.
Senior Citizens                  Aug. 9     1981   Their activities at the Palmer Park Mall and Centre Easton Express    p. C-1, illus
                                                   Square and the Senior Citizen Center.

Stockertown, Pa.                 Feb. 8     1981   Seiple's Market on Main Street not only sells its    Easton Express
                                                   merchandise, but directs stranded motorists.

Stockertown, Pa.                 Feb. 8     1981   Seiple's Market on Main Street - an account of its Easton Express     p. B-1, illus
                                                   business.
Stroudsburg, Pa.             Feb. 8     1981   A. B. Wyckoff Inc. Department Store to close on         Easton Express   p. B-1
                                               March 1. Was in business for 106 years. Article
                                               gives an account of its business.
Synagogues - B'nai Abraham   May 21     1981   Three large swastikas scrawled across rear wall of      Easton Express   p. B-1
                                               the synagogue.
Tatamy, Pa.                  Aug. 3     1981   Celebrates its 12th annual Family Day. Celebration      Easton Express   p. B-1, illus
                                               by placing a historic capsule in the archway of the
                                               borough park.
Taxation                     Jan. 16    1981   City of Easton threatens suit if dentists and other     Easton Express   p. 1
                                               professionals don't pay business privilege tax bills.
                                               Names listed.
Television - Channel 39      Feb. 1     1981   Channel 39 seeks permission to start a second TV        Easton Express
                                               station.
Theaters - Boyd Theater      April 18   1981   Boyd Theater had a ship model on display in its         Easton Express   p. A-9, illus
                                               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.

Theaters - State Theater     Dec. 6     1981   Rock & Roll performance - "2nd Night of                 Easton Express   p. D-1, illus
                                               Memories" held.
Theaters - State Theater     Jan. 21    1981   Sold to a New York firm.                                Easton Express   p. 1
Theaters - State Theater     Jan. 24    1981   New owner sought for historic theater.                  Easton Express   p. 1
Theaters - State Theater     July 17    1981   Fund drive by The Friends of the State Theater is       Easton Express   p. B-1
                                               launched.
Theaters - State Theater     June 4     1981   900 people attend special program "Night of             Easton Express   p. 1, illus
                                               Memories" sponsored by Easton Area Jaycees for
                                               benefit of "Save the State."
Theaters - State Theater     March 21   1981   Group formed to preserve the theater building on        Easton Express   p. 1, illus
                                               Northampton St. Description and history.

Theaters - State Theater     May 16     1981   Hundreds attend extravaganza at Theater.        Easton Express           p. 1, illus
Theaters - State Theater     Oct. 5     1981   Deed to the property is recorded at the         Easton Express           p. B-1, illus
                                               Northampton County Courthouse to Friends of the
                                               State Theater Inc.
Theaters - State Theater        Sept. 12    1981   Dr. John Raymond, former head of Lafayette's       Easton Express      p. A-9
                                                   music Dept. said that the theater's auditorium has
                                                   the finest of acoustics.

Theaters - State Theater        Sept. 20    1981   An account of building of the theater by Theo        Easton Express    p. C-2, illus
                                                   Chase who was the general contractor when the
                                                   building was built in the 1920s.
Warren County Community         Jan. 26     1981   Hackettstown, Washington and Phillipsburg are        Easton Express    p. B-1
College                                            college centers for the community college.

Williams Township               Aug. 2      1981   Ethel Helms - local artist and historian.            Easton Express    p. B-8, illus
Williams Township               July 29     1981   11 residents afflicted by hepatitis.                 Easton Express    p. B-1
Wilson Area School District -   Feb. 3      1981   Edwin Coyle, Supt. Since 1978 to accept job of       Easton Express
Superintendents                                    Supt. Of the Northampton Area School District
                                                   effective July 1.
Wilson Borough                  April 28    1981   Buy Tomaino, known as "Mr. Wilson Borough,"          Easton Express
                                                   honored for his years of service to the community.

Wilson Borough                  June 13     1981   Served the Wilson Boro Fire Dept since 1966,       Easton Express      p. 12, illus
                                                   acting as Fire Chief.
Wilson Borough School District - May 11     1981   School bus on Furham Road going toward Williams Easton Express         p. 1, illus
Bus Transportation                                 Township School demolished by fire - no one hurt.
                                                   $1,000 lost.
Wilson Borough School District - March 12   1981   Ralph N. Ealer, served district 1947-1979. Honored Easton Express      p. B-1, illus
School Board                                       by District with portrait dedicated in his honor.

Wilson Borough School District - May 13     1981   Ex-board president, Philip Lauer, honored for         Easton Express   p. B-1, illus
School Board                                       years of service.
Wilson Borough School District - Aug. 24    1981   Changes in administrative personnel for 1981:         Easton Express   p. C-1, illus
Superintendents                                    Gary Laubauch to serve as assistant principal; Gina
                                                   Hirsch - school principal; Albert Zarbatany, district
                                                   superintendent.
Wilson Borough School District - June 11, 14 1981   Albert J. Zarbatany appointed Superintendent. He      Easton Express   p. B-1
Superintendents                                     was the principal of the Philip Lauer Middle
                                                    School.
Wilson School District -        Feb. 4 & 10 1981    Dr. Edwin Coyle resigns, takes post with the          Easton Express   p. 11
Superintendents                                     Northampton Area School District as Supt.                              p. B-1
Y.M.C.A.                        May 3       1981    Easton's Y.M.C.A. to be replaced in a new location,   Easton Express   p. D-1
                                                    or stay on North 3rd St.
Y.W.C.A.                        Oct. 10     1981    Renovates the Ward building, adjacent to the          Easton Express   p. A-9, illus
                                                    main building, for women tenants.
African Americans               June 10     1982    Afro-American Day festival.                           Easton Express   p. B-1
African Americans               June 19     1982    Afro-American Day festival.                           Easton Express   B-1
African Americans               June 20     1982    Afro-American Day festival.                           Easton Express   p. B-9
African Americans               May 5       1982    Afro-American Day festival to be held in Centre       Easton Express   p. B-1, illus.
                                                    Square on June 19.
Allentown, PA - Hospitals       Nov. 7      1982    Allentown and Sacred Heart Hospitals sever their      Easton Express   p. B-1
                                                    relationship.
American Legion                 Nov. 16     1982    Brown and Lynch American Legion Post has new          Easton Express   p. B-1, illus.
                                                    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.
Andretti, Mario                 Aug. 20     1982    Mario Andretti: information related by his            Easton Express   p. C-2, illus.
                                                    secretary, Kathi Collins.
Andretti, Mario                 Aug. 25     1982    Mario Andretti named by William Penn                  Easton Express   p. 1, illus.
                                                    Committee as one of 50 Distinguished
                                                    Pennsylvanians.
Andretti, Mario                 March 5     1982    Mario Andretti gives up the fight to Bobby Unser      Easton Express   p. 1
                                                    as the winner in the1981 Indianapolis 500.

Auctioneers                     July 30     1982    An account of the auctioneer, Frank Falcone's job. Easton Express      p. B - 1
                                                    Illus.
Automobile Agencies             Feb. 27     1982    Chrin Tire and Wheel, 818 South 25th St. In        Easton Express      p. D-2
                                                    business for 20 years.
Bakeries                        Feb. 27    1982   Leone Brothers Bakery - Celebrated 65th               Easton Express   p. C-1
                                                  anniversary.
Bangor, PA - Businesses         June 27    1982   Druggist sells his store and all equipment; much of   Easton Express   p. 1, illus.
                                                  which are antiques. Edwin Eisenhart, a druggist in
                                                  Bangor for 50 years.
Banks                           April 9    1982   Easton National Bank & Trust Company - Boyd           Easton Express   p. B-1
                                                  Parking lot now owned by the Bank. Bank rejects
                                                  plan to lease parking lot to city.
Banks                           March 7    1982   Boyd Parking lot - Sale of lot to Easton National     Easton Express   p. C-1
                                                  Bank and Trust Company creates problems for
                                                  town and its business men.
Beebe, Helen H.                 Oct. 12,   1982   Helen Beebe Speech & Hearing Center                   Easton Express   p. B - ?,
                                1982              consolidates facilities and moves to 505 Cattell                       illus.
                                                  Street on College Hill.
Bethlehem, PA - Legal Clinic    Dec. 31    1982   Conroversy over use of name of clinic. Account of     Easton Express   p. B-1, illus.
                                                  its work.
Bethlehem, PA - School District Nov. 15,   1982   Teachers go on strike.                                Easton Express   p. 1, illus.
                                1982
Birth Control Group             Feb. 28    1982   History of Planned Parenthood in Easton               Express          p. C-8, illus.
Bookstores - Adult              Mar. 4     1982   Easton Planning Commission takes first step to        Easton Express   p. B-1
                                                  prohibit store to open.
Boxing                          July 11    1982   As a woman boxer, Joanne Metallo learns the art       Express          p. C-1, illus.
                                                  of boxing at St. Anthony's Youth Center.

Bridges, Delaware               Dec. 1     1982   Delaware River toll bridge to raise its tolls: cars 10 Express         p. 1
                                                  cents to 15 cents. Effective December 11.

Bridges, Delaware               June 21    1982   Female carpenter Donna Witko is the only woman Express                 p. B-1, illus.
                                                  of the construction crew working on Toll Bridge.

Brothers, Dr. Joyce             Oct. 21    1982   Speaker at Cedar Crest College                    Express              p. B-1, illus.
Bus Terminals                   May 18     1982   Bid to put terminal at Mohican Market rejected by Express              p. 1
                                                  Easton Zoning Board
Bus Transportation              Feb. 27    1982   LANTA bus service established in 1972             Express              p. E-4
Business - Alpha Building.   Jan. 31    1982   Edward Fucci, "Human Fly" arrested at his attempt Easton Express        p.B-9
                                               to climb up the side of the Alpha Building in
                                               Centre Square.
Business - Auctioneering     July 30    1982   An account of the auctioneer, Frank Falcone.      Easton Express        p. B-1, illus.

Business - Banks             Feb. 27    1982   First Valley Bank - established in 1863. Brief         Easton Express   p. D-10
                                               history.
Business - Banks             Feb. 27    1982   Lafayette Trust Co. established in 1922; first         Easton Express   p. E-6
                                               located at 353 Northampton St.; now at corner of
                                               4th and Northampton St.
Business - Banks             Feb. 27    1982   Easton National Bank & Trust Co. introduces 24-        Easton Express   p.C-14
                                               hour banking service under MAC system.
Business - Binney & Smith    Aug. 22    1982   An Account of the firm by Claude Macker, vice-         Easton Express   p.E-1 illus.
                                               chairman.
Business - Bixler's          Feb. 27    1982   America's oldest jewelers. Established 1785.           Easton Express   p.B-16, G-7
Business - Bixler's          May 28     1982   Employee Dennis Wagnor of Bangor celebrates            Easton Express   p.C-1 illus.
                                               25 years with the firm. Kenneth Mitman, owner,
                                               awards a trip to Wales for his years of dedication.

Business - Bookstores        Aug. 12    1982   Easton City Council votes 5-0 to ban adult store in    Easton Express   p. 1
                                               the city.
Business - Buthcher Shops    Jan. 17    1982   An account of the businesses in the area.              Easton Express   p.B-1 illus.
Business - Candy             April 19   1982   Candymaker John Doherty owns shop in Centre            Easton Express   p.C-1 illus.
                                               Square. In business for 50 years. An account of
                                               the business.
Business - Candy             Feb. 27    1982   Callie's Candy Kitchen, Bangor's outstanding candy     Easton Express   p.B-4
                                               store.
Business - Candy             Feb. 7     1982   Just Born, Inc., a candy factory, 1300 Stefko Blvd.,   Easton Express   p.D-1 illus.
                                               Bethlehem, makes jellybeans. An account of the
                                               business.
Business - Carpets           Feb. 27    1982   Craft Rug Mill in business for 40 years.               Easton Express   p.B-13, C-24
Business - Carpets               March 23   1982   D & S Tile Flooring Inc. Commercial and retail       Easton Express   p.B-1
                                                   carpet firm to locate at 230 Northampton St.

Business - Cement Industry       March 25   1982   Lehigh Cement plant - explosion at quarry 40         Easton Express   p. 1 illus.
                                                   years ago. An accounting of the event.
Business - Cemeteries            Nov. 29    1982   Holy Apostle Mausoleum of St. Phillip & St. James    Easton Express   p.B-1 illus.
                                                   Parish Cemetery, Rt.22, Greenwich Township
                                                   dedicated its mausoleum containing a vault of 366
                                                   spaces.
Business - Ceramics              Feb. 27    1982   American Corporation located in Frenchtown,          Easton Express   p.B-4
                                                   ceramic products for semi-conductor and
                                                   transistor industries.
Business - Department Stores -   Feb. 5     1982   Obituary of Frederick H. Laubach, former             Express          p. C-6
Laubach's                                          president of the firm
Business - Florists              Feb. 27    1982   Merwarth Florist, established in 1952 located at     Easton Express   p. E-2
                                                   1534 Butler St.
Business - Food Industry         Feb. 27    1982   Keystone Foods located on Tatamy Road.               Easton Express   p. C -18
                                                   Established 38 years ago.
Business - Food Stores           Feb. 27    1982   Joe's Steak Shop. 274 South Main Street,             Easton Express   p.C-19
                                                   Phillipsburg, N.J. Established 1938.
Business - Food Stores           Feb. 27    1982   Joe's Market, 235 Northampton St. Began on           Easton Express   p.C-21
                                                   Ferry Street in 1951.
Business - Food Stores           Feb. 9     1982   Equitable Life Assurance Society no longer           Easton Express   p.B-1
                                                   interested in building as site of their office.
Business - Food Stores           Jan. 13    1982   A & P store at 15th and Northampton St. to close;    Easton Express   p.B-1 illus.
                                                   one of 4 in the Lehigh Valley.
Business - Hairdressers          May 5      1982   Missy Rouse opens beauty parlor at 415               Easton Express   p. D-7 illus.
                                                   Northampton St. specializing in treatment for the
                                                   black woman.
Business - Hardware Stores       Feb. 27    1982   Piscitello & Sons hardware store in business since   Easton Express   p. F-7
                                                   1947. Family owned.
Business - Home Furnishings      July 7     1982   Home Improvement Center - Cramer's Cashway           Easton Express   p. B-8 illus.
                                                   Inc. opens at former location of A&P store at 15th
                                                   and Northampton Sts.
Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc.   Feb. 27   1982   Black Horse Tavern. Established 1782                  Easton Express   p. H-2

Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc.   Feb. 27   1982   P & J Restaurant, 914 South 25th St., family          Easton Express   p. E-6
                                                    owned.
Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc.   Feb. 27   1982   Flynns Catering Service opened in 1981 in             Easton Express   p.D-15
                                                    Phillipsburg.
Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc.   Feb. 27   1982   Harmony Manor Restaurant located on Rte. 519.         Easton Express   p. D-14

Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc.   July 29   1982   Mineral Springs Hotel to expand its structure after   Easton Express   p.B-8
                                                    its fire in 1979.
Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc.   June 23   1982   Hotel Lafayette - Code violations found by Code       Easton Express   p.B-1
                                                    Team force owners to correct them by end of
                                                    month.
Business - Insurance               Feb. 27   1982   Kressler, Wolff, & Miller began in 1923.              Easton Express   p. D-8
Business - Insurance               Feb. 27   1982   Henry McKeen & Sons, insurance company,               Easton Express   p. C-11
                                                    establishec in 1896.
Business - Insurance               Feb. 27   1982   Bowere, Schumann, & Welch, insurance firm in          Easton Express   p. B-8
                                                    Washington, N.J.
Business - Jewelry Trade           Feb. 27   1982   Dennis Jewelry & Gifts. History.                      Easton Express   p. H-6
Business - Jewelry Trade           Feb. 27   1982   Freeman Jewelers, established in 1911.                Easton Express   p. D-9
Business - Lawyers                 Feb. 7    1982   Easton attorney John Goldsmith honored by             Express          p. B-5, illus.
                                                    Northampton Bar Association on his 50th
                                                    anniversary of his joining the Bar.
Business - Lawyers                 May 13    1982   Obituary of lawyer John F. Oldt                       Express          p. B-4, illus.
Business - Lumber trade            Aug. 8    1982   Crmaer's Cashway open lumber and home                 Express          p. E-1, illus.
                                                    improvement store at 15th and Northampton
                                                    Streets. Grand opening of its 6th store.

Business - Lumber Trade            Feb. 27   1982   Hummel Lumber & Supply Co., Bushkill Drive,      Express               p. B-9
                                                    Easton. Founded in 1906.
Business - Lumber trade            Jan. 27   1982   Eisenhart Mills (Forks Township plant) crafted a Express               p. A-9, illus.
                                                    teak spiral staircase. To be shipped to the
                                                    Bahamas. 2 men worked 7 months . Cost in excess
                                                    of $30,000
Business - Mack Printing Co.   Jan. 30    1982   Installs energy conservation program                Express    p. B-6, illus.
Business - Martin Guitar Co.   Feb. 27    1982   Martin Guitar Co. started in 1839. Brief history.   Express    p. C-20

Business - Martin Guitar Co.   May 7      1982   President Frank H. Martin resigns                   Express    p. 1
Business - Music & Musicians   Aug. 10    1982   Ken Brader - 50 years in business                   Express    p. A-7, illus.

Business - Music & Musicians   Feb. 27    1982   Ken Brader's downtown Easton music store &         Express     p. C-24
                                                 studio in business for 51 years.
Business - Music & Musicians   Nov. 8     1982   12-year-old Harry Oakes of Palmer Township         Express     p. C-1, illus.
                                                 placed first in a PTA competition with a classical
                                                 piano piece he wrote.
Business - Paint Industry &    Feb. 27    1982   A & D Tile & Paint-up Store in business since 1968 Express     p. H-6
Trade
Business - Paper Industry      Feb. 27    1982   Fuller Paper Co., wholesale paper distributor,      Express    p. D-14
                                                 founded in 1953 by Charles G. Fuller

Business - Pfizer & Co.        April 30   1982   Unveils plans for new research center. Other         Express   p. C-6, illus.
                                                 additions being planned.
Business - Pfizer & Co.        Aug. 6     1982   Local group (Easton's Coalition of Religious & Civil Express   p. 1, illus.
                                                 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.
Business - Pfizer & Co.        Feb. 27    1982   World leader in minerals, pigments and metals        Express   p. B-7, B-11

Business - Pfizer & Co.        Jan. 28    1982   Obituary of Charles H. Love, retired executive, age Express    p. B-4, illus.
                                                 76.
Business - Photography         Feb. 27    1982   Jack & Jill Studio photography business since 1947 Express     p. F-8

Business - Photography         June 12    1982   Orr's Dept. Store gives space to J. Richard Thorne Express     p. B-7, illus.
                                                 to set up shop since his place of business burned
                                                 on March 26.
Business - Printing            April 26   1982   Obituary of Malcolm M. Rice, board president of Express        p. D-8, illus.
                                                 Easton Printing Co.
Business - Real Estate           Feb. 27    1982   Bealer & Jacowitz, Inc. - a brief history              Express          p. D-5
Business - Real Estate           Feb. 27    1982   Paul Ford Realtor established in 1910; a family        Express          p. D-13
                                                   business.
Business - Roofing Trade         Jan. 27    1982   R. S. Hahn sheet metal shop established in 1935.       Express          p. C-6
                                                   Family owned.
Business - Shoe Stores           Nov. 5     1982   Shoestore in Hillcrest Mall going out of business      Express          p. B-6, illus.
                                                   after 50 years of service
Business - Silk Industry         Feb. 27    1982   McGinley Mills started in 1919                         Express          p. G-3
Business - Travel Agencies       Feb. 27    1982   Emanuel Travel Agency in business for 46 years         Express          p. F-8

Businesses - J. T. Baker Chemical Feb. 27   1982   History of the J. T. Baker Chemical Company, 78        Easton Express   p. E-10
Company                                            years old, founded in 1904.
Canal Museum                      Dec. 17   1982   To sponsor program on bridge builder, John             Easton Express   p. B- 3
                                                   Augustus Roebling.
Canal Museum                     May 19     1982   Mule driver saves life of a truck driver whose truck   Easton Express   p. B-1 illus
                                                   skidded off Island Park Road.
Canal Museum                     May 23     1982   History and activities.                                Easton Express   p. F- 1
Cancer                           Oct. 18    1982   PA State Health Office to study Easton's cancer        Express          p. B-1
                                                   death rate
Car Wash                         Nov. 21    1982   John Tersigni & Son. Start new business on North       Easton Express   p. F-1, illus.
                                                   Delaware Drive.
Cards                            Aug. 15    1982   Eastonian Robert Sun creates the game of Mhing         Express          p. D-1, illus.
                                                   which is based on Mah Jongg
Casinos - Atlantic City          May 9      1982   Attract Lehigh Valley residents. Trans-Bridge Bus      Express          p. F-1, illus.
                                                   Lines run regular trips to the casinos.

Centenary College,               Nov. 7     1982   College has a rebirth. Brief history                   Express          p. B-1, illus.
Hackettstown, NJ
Centre Square - Market           Jan. 19    1982   Ideas for reviving the farmers market at the Circle Express             p. B-1
                                                   being planned by Tom Jones, director of Easton's
                                                   Main Street Program.
Cheerleading                 Feb. 4     1982   Area collegiate cheerleaders say pyramids hold no Express          p. B-1, illus.
                                               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                  April 30   1982   Child abuse increased in Northampton County last Express
                                               year (1981) . 287 cases referred to Northampton
                                               County Children & Youth Division.

Children's Home, Easton      June 20    1982   Charles Ray Vosburgh of West Easton who worked Express             p. C-1, illus.
                                               as gardener at the Home is honored
Churches - Baptist           Feb. 15    1982   Shiloh Baptist Church. Celebrates Black Heritage Easton Express    p. B-1 illus.
                                               Day.
Churches - Lutheran - Zion   June 26    1982   Church bell at 5th and Church Streets repaired by Easton Express   p. A-15 illus.
                                               group who purchased the church. The Rock
                                               Church now owns the building.

Churches - Moravian          Nov. 29    1982   First Moravian Church of Easton installs new       Express         p. B-1, illus.
                                               pastor, Rev. Gordon R. Furbay
Churches - Presbyterian      Dec. 30    1982   College Hill Presbyterian Church elects Rev.       Express         p. B-4, illus.
                                               Thomas Yorty as new pastor
Churches - Presbyterian      Jan. 23    1982   College Hill Presbyterian Church congregation bids Express         p. A-15, illus.
                                               farewell to Rev. Robert Sandercock who was their
                                               minister for 23 years.

Churches - St. John's UCC.   Nov. 6     1982   St. John's United Church of Christ, Williams      Easton Express   p. B-7
                                               Township, commemorates 100 years. Brief
                                               history.
Churches - St. Joseph        April 13   1982   Rev. Peter Vandergeest of St. Joseph's Catholic   Easton Express   p. B-1 illus.
                                               Church retires as of March 21 speaks his mind and
                                               beliefs in his church. Served 42 years.
Clocks                          Feb. 27   1982   Scheirer's Clocks, 1614 Washington St.; family                     p. H-3
                                                 owned
                                                 business.
Clothing Stores                 Dec. 23   1982   Sigal's Store.                                     Express-Times   p. B-1, illus.
                                                 344 Northampton Street. Sigal's and the Country
                                                 Corner in Palmer Park Mall sold Apparel Affiliates
                                                 of Quakertown.
Clothing Stores                 Feb. 27   1982   Joseph's men's Store: Family owned since 1923.     Express-Times   p. E-8

Clothing Stores                 Feb. 27   1982   Surprise Store.                                   Express-Times    p. E-13
                                                 53 years old. Brief history.
Clothing Stores                 Feb. 27   1982   London Shop (Men's Store):                        Express-Times    p. C-3
                                                 339 Northampton St. established in 1939 at 359
                                                 Ferry St.
Clothing Stores                 Feb. 27   1982   Lenny's Clothier: Brief history.                  Express-Times    p. F-6
Clothing Stores                 Feb. 28   1982   Surprise Store.                                   Express-Times    p. D-6
                                                 53 years old. Brief history.
Clothing Stores                 Jan. 6    1982   Grollmans marks 78th year in women's apparel                       p. C-10
                                                 business. Founded in 1904 by Lthuanian
                                                 immigrant Louis Grollman. Nephew Joseph
                                                 continues the business today.

Clothing Stores                 June 2    1982   Grollmans is moving from its location in Centre                    p. 1
                                                 Square after 35 years. Relocating at 323
                                                 Northampton Street.
Clothing Stores                 June 24   1982   Grollmans Store has auction of some of its 90                      p. B-2, illus.
                                                 years old fixtures.
Clothing Stores                 Oct. 29   1982   Chief Levin's men's store: owner was Louis M.     Express-Times    p. B-8, illus.
                                                 Levin, called Chief, obit.
Clothing Trade                  Feb. 27   1982   Country Miss, Inc.,                               Express-Times    p. D-12
                                                 founded in 1961. Plant in Forks Township.
Clubs - American Association of Jan. 29   1982   Publishes "A Guide to Nursing Homes in the        Easton Express   P. B-6 illus.
University Women                                 Easton Area"
Clubs - American Association of March 6   1982   Prepares list of outstanding Pennsylvania women Easton Express        P. A-5 illus.
University Women                                 in history. Margaret Druse in charge of the Easton
                                                 project
Clubs - Exchange               May15      1982   Easton Exchange Club presents a portable           Easton Express     P. A -12
                                                 defibirellator to Forks Township Emergency Squad                      Illus.

Clubs - Junior Women's         April 21   1982   During "Keep America Beautiful Week" members         Easton Express   Illus
                                                 clean up Railroad underpass at 3rd and Rt. 611

Cow                            March 4    1982   Cow - Man's best friend. Texas Longhorn claimed. Easton Express       P. 1 Illus.
                                                 Brenda was cownapped.
Crane, Stephen                 March 20   1982   His stay at Lafayette College was brief and      Easton Express       P. 1
                                                 undistinquished . Spent the semester as an
                                                 engineering student in 1890. Brief biography.

Crater, Joseph Force           Aug. 8     1982   Judge Crater's sword sold at auction in Belvidere Easton Express      P. B-2 Illus.
                                                 for $65.00.
Delaware River                 July 31    1982   The river is a thing of beauty, but also dangerous. Express           p. 1, illus.
                                                 More than 100 miles is wild and scenic.

Dentists                       Jan. 28    1982   Obit. for Dr. Reuben E. V. Miller, Sr., age 90; in   Easton Express   p. B-4, illus.
                                                 business in Easton for 48 years.
Department Stores              March 10   1982   Strawbridge & Clothier: Established a "Clover"       Easton Express   p. 1, illus.
                                                 store in the Palmer Park Mall.
Department Stores              March 7    1982   Strawbridge & Clothier: Established a "Clover"       Easton Express   p. C-1, illus.
                                                 store in the Palmer Park Mall.
Dixie Cup Co.                  Jan. 7     1982   The James River Corporation of Virginia agrees to    Easton Express   p. 1
                                                 buy plants in Wilson and Forks Township for $420
                                                 million.
Dixie Cup Co.                  Oct. 25    1982   Wilson plant to close its building. All              Easton Express   p. 1
                                                 manufacturing operations to move to the Forks
                                                 Township plant.
Doctors                      11 Oct.    1982   Obituary of Dr. Donald C. Richards, aged 82; he      Easton Express   p. A-8, illus.
                                               was Chief of Obstetrics at Easton Hospital.

Doctors                      23 June    1982   Obituary of Dr. Herman Smith of Phillipsburg, N.J.   Easton Express   p. B-4, illus.
                                               for 40 years.
Doctors                      Jan. 19    1982   Obituary of Dr. Burtis M. Hance, age 97, was         Easton Express   p. A-10
                                               Easton doctor since 1920.
Dogs                         April 10   1982   Tom Serfass of Butztown conducts school for dog      Express          p. 1, illus.
                                               training for obedience and attack
Donahue, Phil                June 26    1982   TV host to appear at Lehigh University               Express          p. A-9, illus.

Downtown Improvement Group June 16      1982   DIG and Chamber of Commerce announce they            Express          p. 1
(DIG)                                          will merge. New group to be called TRACC or Two
                                               Rivers Area Commerce Council, of the Eastern
                                               Lehigh Valley
Easton Chiropractic Clinic   Feb. 27    1982   Served Easton Area for over 30 years, 825 Phila      Easton Express
                                               Road.
Easton Express               April 28   1982   Run free advertisements for the jobless.             Easton Express   p. 1
Easton Express               Feb. 27    1982   Dominant newspaper of the area.                      Easton Express   p. B-2
Easton Express               Jan. 29    1982   Editorial page editor, John B. Bonnell receives      Easton Express   p. B-3
                                               certificate of Merit from National School Boards
                                               Association for his editorial on mandatory school
                                               meditations.
Easton Hospital              July 27    1982   Easton Hospital to add 27 beds.                      Easton Express   p. B-1
Easton Hospital              June 25    1982   Husband and wife allowed to share same room:         Easton Express   p. A-6 illus.
                                               Myron and Dorothy Cooper share same hospital
                                               room.
Easton House Tavern          Dec. 10    1982   New drive launched to save old tavern                Easton Express   P. B-1 Illus.
Easton Housing Authority     April 8    1982   Former councilman, Gary A. Smith has been            Easton Ezpress   p. B-1 illus.
                                               selected as new director of Easton Housing
                                               Authority.
Easton Water Plant           April 16   1982   Celebrates the completion of new water               Easton Express   p. B-1, illus
                                               treatment plant. Brief history.
Eddyside                     Aug. 13    1982   The world that is Eddyside - summer basketball at       Easton Express   p. C-1, illus
                                               Eddyside.
Farm Credit Bureau           Feb. 26    1982   Established in 1900. Brief history.                     Easton Express   p. C-18
Farm Credit Bureau           Feb. 27    1982   Established in 1900. Brief history.                     Easton Express   p. D-1, D-6
Farmers' Market              May 7      1982   Centre Square market enrich the urban scene.            Easton Express   p. A-4

Fires                        March 31   1982   Two dead in hosue fire at 20 Peach St. Kermit     Easton Express         p. 1
                                               Beetz, Jr. and Larry Bonney are victims. Arrested
                                               was David Hager who was responsible for the fire.

Fred Waring's New            Nov. 15    1982   Fred Waring's New Pennsylvanians entertains to Easton Express            p. B-1, illus
Pennsylvanians                                 1700 persons at State Theatre.
Garbage Disposal Plan        Jan. 27    1982   Easton City Council turns down plan as submitted Easton Express          p. B-1, illus
                                               by Heikki Elo and Joseph Reibman.

Gracedale                    July 26    1982   Patients, aides hit by scabies rash.                    Easton Express   p. B-1
Gracedale                    June 22    1982   Facing a financial crisis due to the changes in Pa.     Easton Express   p. B-1, illus
                                               State regulations for allocating funds to the
                                               county home.
Gracedale                    Nov. 16    1982   State aid cuts prompt 18 layoffs. An account of its     Easton Express   p. B-1
                                               work.
Grifo, Richard D.            Nov. 29    1982   Swears in daughter Antonia Maria Grifo as a             Easton Express   p. B-2
                                               member of the Northampton County Bar.
Hackett Park - Field House   May 28     1982   Grove honoring 58 Easton men who died in World          Easton Express   p. B-1, illus
                                               War I rededicated by Easton Rotary Club. 58 red
                                               oak trees planted.
Halloween                    Nov. 1     1982   Parade in Easton and Phillipsburg has 16 bands, 40      Easton Express   p. 1, illus
                                               floats with 4,000 participants and 50,000
                                               spectators spanning the streets of the two states.
                                               Held on a Sunday afternoon.
Handicapped Persons          June 3     1982   Pa. special olympics held at Lehigh University. First   Easton Express   p. B-1, illus
                                               time it was held in the Lehigh Valley.
Handicapped Persons   June 5    1982   Pa. special olympics held at Lehigh University. First Easton Express   p. 1, illus
                                       time it was held in the Lehigh Valley.

Helms, Mrs. Ethel     Dec. 4    1982   Native of Williams Township preserves the past in   Easton Express     p. B-1, illus
                                       painting and writing.
Heritage Day          July 12   1982   Thomas Evans, principal of Easton Area High         Easton Express     p. 1, illus
                                       School, direct descendant of Robert Levers reads
                                       the Declaration of Independence in Centre
                                       Square.
Heritage Day          July 4    1982   Thomas Evans, principal of Easton Area High         Easton Express     p. D-12, illus
                                       School, direct descendant of Robert Levers reads
                                       the Declaration of Independence in Centre
                                       Square.
Hispanics             June 13   1982   In Easton special consideration is given to this    Easton Express     p. D-7 to D-
                                       minority group.                                                        12, illus
Hispanics             June 5    1982   La Fiesta held at First United Methodist Church,    Easton Express     p. A-9, illus
                                       South 2nd Street. First Latin American Festival
                                       held by Council of Spanish Speaking organization
                                       of the Lehigh Valley.

Historical Marker     July 4    1982   Unveiling of new marker on the founding of          Easton Express     p. B-1, illus
                                       Northampton County. To be dedicated Thursday,
                                       July 8 on the highway of Rt. 611 South at site of
                                       Canal Museum.
Holmes, Larry         Aug. 11   1982   Easton's City Development cool to his building      Easton Express     p. 1
                                       plans for Riverside Tract. Easton City Council is
                                       angered by the Authority's actions to Holmes.

Holmes, Larry         Aug. 12   1982   Easton's City Development cool to his building      Easton Express     p. B-12
                                       plans for Riverside Tract. Easton City Council is
                                       angered by the Authority's actions to Holmes.
Holmes, Larry   Aug. 14    1982    Easton's City Development cool to his building        Easton Express   p. B-1
                                   plans for Riverside Tract. Easton City Council is
                                   angered by the Authority's actions to Holmes.

Holmes, Larry   Aug. 15    1982    Easton's City Development cool to his building        Easton Express   p. B-10
                                   plans for Riverside Tract. Easton City Council is
                                   angered by the Authority's actions to Holmes.

Holmes, Larry   Aug. 19    1982    Easton's City Development cool to his building        Easton Express   p. B-1
                                   plans for Riverside Tract. Easton City Council is
                                   angered by the Authority's actions to Holmes.

Holmes, Larry   Aug. 25    1982    Named by William Penn Committee as one of 50          Easton Express   p. 1, illus
                                   Distinguished Pennsylvanians.
Holmes, Larry   Jan. 28    1982    Former Riverside Drive will be officially called      Easton Express   p. 1, illus
                                   Larry Holmes Drive.
Holmes, Larry   Jan. 7     1982    Makes a commercial for TV.                            Easton Express   p. 1
Holmes, Larry   July 21    1982    Awarded the World Boxing Council Heavyweight          Easton Express   p. D-1, illus
                                   Championship Belt.
Holmes, Larry   July 30    1982    Holmes meets his fans at the 4th annual "Kids         Easton Express   p. 1, illus
                                   Days."
Holmes, Larry   June 10    1982    City Council passes resolution praising Holmes as a   Easton Express   p. B-2, illus
                                   loyal and benevolent citizen of Easton.

Holmes, Larry   June 12, 14 1982   Easton celebrates Holmes win over Clooney.            Easton Express   p. 1, illus

Holmes, Larry   June 20    1982    Street formerly Riverside Drive now named in          Easton Express   p. 1, illus
                                   honor of the boxer; Now called Larry Holmes
                                   Drive.
Holmes, Larry   Oct. 17    1982    Pictures and description of his home at 896           Easton Express   p. E-1, illus
                                   Sheridan Drive.
Holmes, Larry   Oct. 17    1982    Description of his home on 896 Sheridan Drive in      Easton Express
                                   Palmer Township.
Holmes, Larry                      Sept. 16   1982   Easton's City Development cool to his building         Easton Express   p. B-1
                                                     plans for Riverside Tract. Easton City Council is
                                                     angered by the Authority's actions to Holmes.

Holmes, Larry                      Sept. 23   1982   To purchase Commodore Inn, located in                  Easton Express   p. 1
                                                     Pohatcong Township.
Holmes, Larry                      Sept. 24   1982   Birth of son Larry Jr.                                 Easton Express   p. B-1, illus
Holmes, Larry                      Sept. 28   1982   To purchase Commodore Inn, located in                  Easton Express   p. 1
                                                     Pohatcong Township.
Holmes, Larry                      Sept. 29   1982   To purchase Commodore Inn, located in                  Easton Express   p. B-1, illus
                                                     Pohatcong Township.
Homefront                          May 25     1982   Magazine published in Bangor by Horace and             Easton Express   p. B-1, illus
                                                     Mona Strunk during World War II to celebrate its
                                                     40th anniversary with a reunion of wartime
                                                     comrades and their families.

Human Fly                          Jan. 31    1982   Edward Fucci arrested at his attempt to climb up       Easton Express   p. B-9
                                                     the side of the Alpha Building in Centre Square.

Hunterdon County, N.J.             Dec. 19    1982   Prallsville Mill. An account of its history.           Easton Express   p. F-1, illus
Insanity Law                       June 24    1982   Northampton legal profession split over Insanity       Easton Express   p. 1
                                                     Law.
Jaffee, Maybelle                   June 6     1982   An account of a retiree's daily life.                  Easton Express   p. D-1, illus
Kurtz Training Center              June 27    1982   Located at Bethlehem, founded 15 years ago. An         Easton Express   p. B-1
                                                     account of its activities.
Lafayette College - Fraternities   Dec. 8     1982   Five fraternities establishing an escort service for   Express          p. B-1
                                                     the women students on college campus as a
                                                     prevention to campus crime.
Lafayette College - Metzgar        Jan. 4     1982   Obituary of Dr. Marshall Metzgar for whom the          Express          p. B-4, illus.
Fieldf                                               Marshall R. Metzgar Athletic Fields, the outdoor
                                                     sport complex in Forks Township, was named in
                                                     1968.
Lafayette College - Presidents     May 1      1982   Dr. K. Roald Bergethon to head a college in            Express          p. B-1, illus.
                                                     Henniker, N.H.
Lafayette College - Students      Feb. 24    1982   Students protest tuition increase.                   Express          p. B-1
Lafayette College - Visitors      Feb. 20    1982   John Dean III and E. Howard Hunt discuss             Express          p. A-9, illus.
                                                    "Watergate" ten years later" at the college.
Leh, Andy                         Oct. 10    1982   An account of his coaching carrer in the Nazareth    Express          p. D-1, illus.
                                                    area.
Lehigh Canal                      June 5     1982   Canal boats "star" in a movie being produced by      Express          p. 1, illus.
                                                    the National Geographic Society.

Lehigh Valley Railroad            Oct. 29    1982   Old smokestack in railroad yard demolished.          Easton Express   p. B-1, illus

Liberty Bell Shrine. Allentown,   Aug. 29    1982   An account of the preservation of the shrine.        Express          p. F-1, illus.
PA                                                  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

Little Stone House                Jan. 21    1982   To open to the public in the spring. An account of   Express          p. C-8, illus.
                                                    its renovation.
Main Street Program for Easton July 11       1982   An account of the background for the plan for        Easton Express   p. 1, illus
                                                    Easton.                                                               p. A-8, illus
Mausoleums                        Feb. 2     1982   Allentown to built at Grandview Cemetery,            Easton Express   p. B-7, illus
                                                    Walbert Avenue and at Straw Circle, Greenwich
                                                    Township, Warren Co., N.J. at St. Phillips & St.
                                                    James Cemetery.
Moravian Historical Society       May 25     1982   To mark 125th year with observances.                 Easton Express   p. B-3
Morris Canal                      March 14   1982   Chartered in 1824. Carried its last commercial       Easton Express   p. B-5
                                                    traffic around 1920. Abandoned and drained by
                                                    1924.
Movies                            Nov. 14    1982   "Blue & Gray" movie on CBS TV had Lou Reda of        Easton Express   p. C-1
                                                    Easton as co-executive producer.
Mt. Bethel Township            April 25   1982   Former Mt. Bethel Presbyterian Church now the          Easton Express   p. F-1, illus
                                                 home of the Slate Belt Historical Society. Acts as
                                                 the museum for the entire Slate Belt Area.

Music                          Dec. 27    1982   "Allentown" hit song of Billy Joel hit record on his   Easton Express   p. 1, illus
                                                 album. At Lehigh University.
Music                          Dec. 28    1982   "Allentown" hit song of Billy Joel hit record on his   Easton Express   p. 1, illus
                                                 album. At Lehigh University.
Nazareth, Pa.                  April 10   1982   Jack Kennedy, resident who is blind tells stories on   Easton Express   p. A-9, illus
                                                 Radion WSAN from Allentown.
Nazareth, Pa.                  March 7    1982   History of the community.                              Easton Express   p. C-1, illus
Nazareth, Pa.                  Nov. 14    1982   The new Senior Citizen housing unit named the          Easton Express   p. C-1, illus
                                                 Oliver C. Border House. Cost $42 million.

Nazareth, Pa.                  Nov. 28    1982   Colonial Hotel of Nazareth is a 76 year old            Easton Express   p. C-2, illus
                                                 landmark; Sold and contents auctioned off. New
                                                 owners to restore building.
Nazareth, Pa. - Race Track     July 22    1982   Race tract to have a National motor speedway           Easton Express   p. B-1, illus
                                                 along Route 248.
Nazareth, Pa. - Speedway       Oct. 3     1982   Big track ready to operate as a racetrack.             Easton Express   p. D-1, illus
Nazareth, Pa. - Speedway       Sept. 25   1982   Trials to begin Sunday.                                Easton Express   p. 1
Nazareth, Pa. - Speedway       Sept. 29   1982   Nazareth officials clear zoning barrier for            Easton Express   p. B-1
                                                 Speedway.
Negroes                        May 5      1982   Miss Rouse opens beauty parlor for the black           Easton Express   p. D-7, illus
                                                 woman at 415 Northampton St.
Northampton Convalescent       June 7     1982   Shawnee school art students, 9th graders paint         Easton Express   p. B-1, illus
Center                                           wall murals at the home.
Northampton County Bureau of   Aug. 19    1982   Now moved to its new quarters at Gracedale.            Easton Express   p. B-1
the Aging
Northampton County Farm        Feb. 27    1982   48 years of service, established in 1934. Located in Easton Express     p. D-4
Bureau                                           Tatamy.
Northampton County Motor       Feb. 27    1982   Established in May 22, 1918. Brief history.          Easton Express     p. D-1, D-4
Club (AAA)
Nursing Home                    July 27    1982   Leader Nursing Rehabilitation Center at 2600       Easton Express    p. C-1, illus
                                                  Northampton Street opened on Monday July 26.

Nursing Home                    March 1    1982   Rockhaven Rest Homess, 800 Northampton St. to Easton Express         p. A-5, illus
                                                  house 8 elderly persons.
Palmer Township                 July 23    1982   Postman honored by neighbors and friends. Louis Easton Express       p. 1, illus
                                                  Aranglo, mailman honored on his birthday.

Palmer Township - Library       April 27   1982   Palmer business leaders, officials discuss possible Easton Express   p. B-1
                                                  library for the township.
Palmer Township - Library       Dec. 14    1982   Campaign begins for funds for the library.          Easton Express   p. B-1
Palmer Township - Library       Sept. 19   1982   Library Board to air plans for the Palmer Branch. Easton Express     p. B-1

Palmer Township - Library       Sept. 28   1982   Easton Area School Board opposes the ideas.        Easton Express    p. B-1

Palmer Township - Library       Sept. 29   1982   Supervisors endorse new Library Branch for         Easton Express    p. B-1
                                                  township.
Palmer Township - Police        Dec. 21    1982   Purchases a $21,850 central alarm console to       Easton Express    p. B-1
Department                                        consolidate the work of its department.
Palmer Township - Post Office   Jan. 20    1982   Opens branch at 606 Stones Crossing. New zip       Easton Express    p. B-1
                                                  code is 18043. 612 lock boxes and stamp sales
                                                  center established.
Palmer Township - Post Office   Jan. 5     1982   Opens branch at 606 Stones Crossing. New zip       Easton Express    p. 1
                                                  code is 18043. 612 lock boxes and stamp sales
                                                  center established.
Palmer Township - Post Office   Jan. 8     1982   Opens branch at 606 Stones Crossing. New zip       Easton Express    p. B-1
                                                  code is 18043. 612 lock boxes and stamp sales
                                                  center established.
Palmer Township - Post Office   Jan. 9     1982   Opens branch at 606 Stones Crossing. New zip       Easton Express    p. A-9
                                                  code is 18043. 612 lock boxes and stamp sales
                                                  center established.
Palmer Township - Post Office   March 16   1982   Opens branch at 606 Stones Crossing. New zip       Easton Express    p. B-1
                                                  code is 18043. 612 lock boxes and stamp sales
                                                  center established.
Palmer Township - Post Office     March 22   1982   Opens branch at 606 Stones Crossing. New zip          Easton Express   p. 1, illus
                                                    code is 18043. 612 lock boxes and stamp sales
                                                    center established.
Palmer Township - Post Office     Oct. 18    1982   10 mail carriers transferred from Easton office to    Easton Express   p. B-1
                                                    Palmer Branch.
Palmer Township - Supervisors     Dec. 1     1982   Jack Anderson, supervisor for 23 years to resign as   Easton Express   p. B-1, illus
                                                    December 1983.
Palmer Township - Winner          Dec. 8     1982   Winner of TV soap opera contest goes to               Easton Express   p. 1, illus
                                                    Hollywood. Charmaine Clayman to go to premiere
                                                    with star of "Tootsie."
Parks - Williams Township         Sept. 2    1982   New park dedicated in Williams Township called        Easton Express   p. B-2, illus
                                                    Indian name "Wy-Hit-Tuk" meaning "Great
                                                    Waters." Located 3 miles south of Easton on Rt.
                                                    611.
Pen Argyl, Pa.                    Feb. 5     1982   Policeman Glenn Labberte who was charged with         Easton Express   p. 1
                                                    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.

Pen Argyl, Pa.                    July 28    1982   Superintendent of Pen Argyl School District,        Easton Express     p. 1
                                                    Russell Roper refuses a raise for next school year.

Pen Argyl, Pa.                    June 13    1982   Celebrates 100th anniversary.                         Easton Express
Pen Argyl, Pa.                    June 8     1982   Celebrates its Centennial. Budweiser Clydesdales      Easton Express   p. B-1, illus
                                                    horses parade as one of its activities.

Phillipsburg, N.J. - Centennial   May 29     1982   Volunteers maintain the Phillipsburg Cemetery on Easton Express        p. 1, illus
                                                    Filmore Street. An account of its condition.

Phillipsburg, N.J. - Churches     Nov. 1     1982   First Baptist Church has a 10 year celebration in its Easton Express   p. B-2, illus
                                                    new building at Belvidere Rd. and Red School
                                                    Lane. Formerly located at 330 South Main St.
Phillipsburg, N.J. - Historical   Jan. 6     1982   Town council kills plan for a historical zone.         Easton Express   p. B-1
Zone
Pigeons                           Nov. 12    1982   Problem of pigeons in downtown Easton.                 Easton Express   p. B-1, illus
Pinball Arcade                    Feb. 16    1982   Easton Zoning Board denies the use of the              Easton Express   p. 1, illus
                                                    Surprise Store for the Arcade.
Poconos                           May 16     1982   History of its early days of hotels and tourists.      Easton Express   p. F-1, illus

Post Office                       March 11   1982   Easton Post Office seeks city approval to demolish Easton Express       P . B-1
                                                    Hellick building.
Post Office - Palmer Twp.         March 22   1982   Post Office to open branch in Palmer Township;     Easton Express       P. 1 illus
                                                    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-Palmer twp.           March 16   1982   Post Office to open branch in Palmer Township;         Easton Express   p.B-1
                                                    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.

Praxis                            July 3     1982   First opened in 1970; located on Washington          Easton Express     p. A-9
                                                    Street hill. Cutting of Federal funds forces halfway
                                                    house to reduce staff and services.
Red Cross                         March 8    1982   Account of the activities of the local chapter.      Easton Express     p. A-5, illus

Reda, Lou                         March 7    1982   Easton's entertainment entrepreneur is co-             Easton Express   p. E-1, illus
                                                    sponsor of Civil War drama for TV.
Rock Star                         Dec. 27    1982   Billy Joe, rock star at Lehigh University. Sings his   Easton Express   p. 1
                                                    hit song "Allentown."
Rock Star                         Dec. 28    1982   Billy Joe, rock star at Lehigh University. Sings his   Easton Express   p. B-1, illus
                                                    hit song "Allentown."
Rodale Press, Inc.                Nov. 14    1982   Firm slowly recovering from "economic flu." An         Easton Express   p. D-1, illus
                                                    account of the firm's work.
Roseto, Pa.                  July 21   1982   Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Catholic Church to            Easton Express   p. B-1, illus
                                              celebrate the 100th anniversary of the 1st
                                              immigration of people from the Italian town of
                                              Roseto.
Rute, Robert                 June 29   1982   A fitting memorial to former athletic coach of the   Easton Express   p. C-1
                                              Easton High School.
Ryan, R. Raymond             Jan. 15   1982   Alderman "Mickey" Ryan was alderman of the 1st       Easton Express   p. C-10
                                              ward for more than 30 years. Served under 5
                                              mayors. Obit.
Salvation Army               July 1    1982   Thrift store moves from 428 Northampton St. to       Easton Express   p. B-2, illus
                                              its new location at 120 S. 3rd St. Local group at
                                              directly benefited by the store's sales.

Senior Citizens              March 4   1982   New group plans to give LOVE to the elderly in       Easton Express   p. C-8, illus
                                              weekly home visits.
Sex Education                Jan. 24   1982   It has gained support in area schools.               Easton Express   p. B-1, illus
Sidewalk Tolls               Jan. 19   1982   Advocated by Dr. Robert Porter, psychologist of      Easton Argus     p. B-1, illus
                                              Phillipsburg, N.J. He publishes a newsletter, "The
                                              Pedestrian Toll Advocate."

Sieminski, Edward            Oct. 13   1982   Advertisement appeared in Easton Express as an Easton Express         p. B-4, illus
                                              election ad.
Sieminski, Edward            Oct. 16   1982   Advertisement with Tom Jones concerning the        Easton Argus       p. B-1
                                              Main Street Program causes great concern to City
                                              Hall officials.
Soap Opera                   May 28    1982   "Days of our Lives" on NBC TV has local person as Easton Express      p. 1
                                              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.

SPCA                         Jan. 10   1982   Account of its work with animals in the area.    Easton Express       p. 1, illus
Synagogues - B'nai Abraham   Feb. 27   1982   B'nai Abraham Nursery School located at 16th and Easton Express       p. C-18
                                              Bushkill St. Opened in 1978.
Synagogues - B'nai Abraham   Jan. 23     1982   Cantor Morris Segal has led the B'nai Abraham          Easton Express   p. A-16 illus.
                                                congregation for 40 years.
Synagogues - B'nai Abraham   Oct. 29     1982   Obituary of Anna Brau. B'nai Abraham Hebrew            Easton Express   p. B-8
                                                School Started by Anna Brau.
Tavern                       Aug. 1      1982   Historic tavern. Is there a future for the building?   Easton Express   p. B-1, illus

Television - Channel 39      June 18     1982   Buffet and preview of movie "Annie" raised funds Easton Express         p. B-1, illus
                                                for the local TV station. 400 attened.
Theaters - State Theater     April 3     1982   Placed on the National Register of Historic Places. Easton Express      p. 1, illus

Theaters - State Theater     Jan. 28     1982   Friends of the State Theater to receive a $20,000      Easton Express   p. B-1
                                                grant. Study to be made by Theater Projects Inc.
                                                for rehabilitation of the building.

Theaters - State Theater     June 6, 8   1982   To show the Holmes-Clooney fight on closed-            Easton Express   p. b-5, illus
                                                circuit broadcast.
Totem Pole                   Sept. 23    1982   James Rankin of Williams Township creates a 21         Easton Express   p. B-1, illus
                                                ft. concrete totem pole.
TRACC                        June 16     1982   Dig & Chamber of Commerce announces they will          Easton Express   p. 1
                                                merge. New group to be called TRACC or Two
                                                Rivers Area Commerce Council of the Eastern
                                                Lehigh Valley.
TRACC                        Oct. 24     1982   1st 100 days of merger bears out that the plan will    Easton Express   p. D-1, illus
                                                be successful.
Trees                        Sept. 1     1982   Ginkgo tree on College Hill causes controversy         Easton Express   p. B-1
                                                among neighbors. Judge Van Antwerpen rules tree
                                                will be spared.
Truancy in Schools           Aug. 29     1982   Jack Paul, truant officer for the Easton Area School   Easton Express   p. C-1, illus
                                                District, gives an account of his work in dealing
                                                with the truant student.
United Nations               March 6     1982   Easton as possible site was proposed by Hugh           Easton Express
                                                Moore Sr. in 1956.
United Way                   March 7     1982   Yearly cuts leave some agencies angry.                 Easton Express   p. E-1
Upper Mt. Bethel Township       Dec. 19      1982    77 year Slateford bridge is the concern of the      Easton Express       p. B-1, illus
                                                     residents. Brief history of the bridge.
Veterans of Foreign Wars        Oct. 20      1982    Post 1290 honors 10 year old John Cuvo for selling Easton Express        p. C-6, illus
                                                     poppies and John Basso for placing flags on
                                                     veterans' graves on Memorial Day.
Walking Tour                    July 10      1982    Brochure to be used for the first time on Easton's Easton Express        p. 1, illus
                                                     5th Heritage Day. Prepared by Historic Easton, Inc.

Warren County Community         Jan. 31      1982    Hackettstown, Washington, and Phillipsburg are          Easton Express   p. 1
College                                              college centers for the community college.

Warren County, New Jersey       March 3      1982    600 Welfare checks are missing from Phillipsburg        Easton Express   p. B-2
                                                     Post Office. Authorities concerned.

Warren County, New Jersey       March 4      1982    Checks reissued to replace lost ones.                   Easton Express   p. B-2
Waste-to-Fuel Plan              Feb. 15      1982    Williams Township to build unit. Heikki Eli is the      Easton Express   p. A-8, illus
                                                     originator of the plan.
WCTU                            Jan. 21      1982    Members of local group preserve but find                Easton Express   p. C8, illus
                                                     recruiting isn't easy.
WEEX                            May 13       1982    WEEX institutes new program format of 45                Easton Express   p. D-1, illus
                                                     consecutive hours of early morning news and
                                                     information 5A.M. to 9 A.M.
Williams Township               Feb. 15      1982    Waste-to-fuel plan to be installed by Heikki Eli, the   Easton Express   p. A-8, illus
                                                     originator of the plan.
Wilson Borough                               1982    State cites area for a cancer mortality study.          Easton Express   p. 1
Wilson Borough - Police         Dec. 14      1982    Police chief William Slifer resigns after 23 years on   Easton Express   p. B-1, illus
                                                     the force.
Wilson Borough School District - Aug. 11, 18 1982    Board votes to dismiss Mrs. Hylda Anderson, 3rd         Easton Express   p. B-1
School Board                      & 19, Sept.        grade teacher. Charges negligence and willful
                                  2, 4               violation of the school code.
Wilson School District - Students May 28      1982   Elementary students adopt a mascot symbol -             Easton Express   p. B-1
                                                     Wilson Wildcats.
Y.M.C.A.                        Jan. 31      1982    Unveils plans for its new building.                     Easton Express   p. B-9, illus
Y.M.C.A.                        June 17      1982    Unveils plans for its new building.                     Easton Express   p. B-1
Y.M.C.A.                        Oct. 23    1982   Ground broken for new building on 36 acres at      Easton Express       p. B-2
                                                  junction of 13th Street, West Lafayette Street and
                                                  Bushkill Drive. Land donated by Pfizer and Binney
                                                  & Smith.
Y.W.C.A.                        April 8    1982   Elizabeth A. Pearson, teacher and founder of       Easton Express       p. B-4, illus
                                                  Easton's Y.W.C.A. Obit.
A.B.E. Airport                  July 28    1983   Federal government drops the "E" from the ABE Easton Express            p. 1
                                                  name due to census revisions of the Lehigh Valley.

American Association of Retired Feb. 25    1983   New AARP chapter organized in the Easton Area is       Easton Express   p. A-9, illus.
Persons (AARP)                                    named Paxinosa Chapter #3519.
American Legion                 April 28   1983   Wilson's Lester W. Pfeffer Post #611 has war           Easton Express   p. C-1, illus.
                                                  theme collage on its walls created by Easton artist,
                                                  Preston Hindmarch.
American Legion                 Sept. 29   1983   Easton woman, Lillian M. Bracken becomes new           Easton Express   p. C-7, illus.
                                                  head of Lester Pfeffer Post #611 of the American
                                                  Legion.
Amvets (Veteran's organization) April 20   1983   Amvets Post of Easton presents the Amvets flag to      Easton Express   p. C-4, illus.
                                                  Mayor Mitman at ceremonies in Centre Square.
                                                  Flag to be flown in square.
Anckaitis, Victor W.            Jan. 8     1983   An account of the life of Victor W. Anckaitis and      Easton Express   p. A-9, illus.
                                                  his fund-raising activities.
Artists                         June 6     1983   Obituary of Joseph DeThomas, painted Peace             Easton Express
                                                  Candle.
Artists                         Nov. 17    1983   Joseph DeThomas (died June 4, 1983 at age 81),         Easton Express   p. B-5
                                                  paintings sold at auction in Wind Gap, PA.

Artists                         Nov. 20    1983   Joseph DeThomas (died June 4, 1983 at age 81),         Easton Express   p. C-1, illus.
                                                  paintings sold at auction in Wind Gap, PA.

Automobile Agencies             April 12   1983   Pep Boys - Sudden closing of store with no             Easton Express   p. B-1, illus.
                                                  previous announcement made.
Automobile Agencies             Feb. 26    1983   Hubcap Store started in 1976.                          Easton Express
Automobiles                     Nov. 20    1983   Owner of an electric car in Palmer Township - Paul Easton Express     p. C-12, illus.
                                                  Macher of Mine Lane Road designed car to ride at
                                                  45 mph.
Balloons                        Aug. 7     1983   Motorists on I-78 in Hunterdon County, NJ startled Easton Express     p. 1, illus.
                                                  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.

Balloons                        Aug. 7     1983   Balloon championship held at 76 Truck Stop in      Easton Express     p. 1, illus.
                                                  Bloomsbury, NJ.
Balloons                        Aug. 8     1983   Motorists on I-78 in Hunterdon County, NJ startled Easton Express     p. 1, illus.
                                                  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.

Bangor                          July 31    1983   Statue of Donald Jones, founder of Bangor to be      Easton Express   p. C-1, illus.
                                                  rededicated. New location of statue to be at
                                                  Broadway and Main Sts.
Bangor, PA                      July 26    1983   Statue of Donald Jones, founder of Bangor to be      Easton Express   p. B-1
                                                  rededicated. New location of statue will be at
                                                  Broadway & Main Sts.
Bangor, PA - Businesses         June 17    1983   Bangor Council offers a low-interest loan program    Easton Express   p. B-1, illus.
                                                  as an incentive for renovations. Merchants spruce
                                                  up storefronts.
Bangor, PA - Centennial         Feb. 17    1983   9th grader wins logo contest for the East Bangor     Easton Express   p.B-6, illus.
                                                  1984 Centennial.
Bangor, PA - Hotels, Taverns.   June 13    1983   Colonial Hotel renovated by new owners. A brief      Easton Express   p. B-1, illus.
                                                  history.
Beidler, Dr. Paul.              July 26,   1983   Lehigh Professor is finalist for "Professor of the   Easton Express   p. B-1, illus.
                                1983.             Year".
Beidler, Dr. Paul.              June 26,   1983   Lehigh Professor is finalist for "Professor of the   Easton Express   p. C-6, illus.
                                1983.             Year".
Beidler, Dr. Peter          July 26    1983   Lehigh professor, Dr. Peter Beidler is a finalist for   Easton Express   p. B1, illus.
                                              the "Professor of the Year" award.

Beidler, Dr. Peter G.       June 26    1983   Lehigh professor, Dr. Peter Beidler is a finalist for   Easton Express   p. C6
                                              the "Professor of the Year" award.

Beidler, Dr. Peter G.       Oct. 3,    1983   Awarded the Lucy C. Moser Distinguished                 Easton Express   p. B-1., illus.
                            1983.             Professor of English at Lehigh University. An
                                              account of his system of teaching.
Beidler, Dr. Peter G.       Oct. 7,    1983   Awarded the Lucy C. Moser Distinguished                 Easton Express   p. 1.
                            1983.             Professor of English at Lehigh University. An
                                              account of his system of teaching.
Belly Dancer                June 11    1983   Lily Yost, also known as Jade, is from Plainfield       Easton Express   p. A-12, illus.
                                              Township. An account of her training and
                                              performance.
Bethlehem, PA - Education   June 13    1983   Dr. C. E. Chaffee, former Superindendant of             Easton Express   p. B-6
                                              Bethlehem schools. Obit.
Bethlehem, PA - Theaters    Aug. 15    1983   Globe Theater razed after fire. Brief history.          Easton Express   p. 1, illus.
Bethlehem, PA - Theaters    Aug. 17    1983   Globe Theater razed after fire. Brief history.          Easton Express   p. D-3
Bicycles - Biketrail        April 24   1983   8-mile biketrail established for Palmer and             Express          p. C-1, illus.
                                              Bethlehem Townships is formally dedicated.

Billboards                  May 20     1983   Endurance contest ends in tie. Promoter was             Express          p. B-1, illus.
                                              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.
Black Heritage Day          June 19    1983   Celebrated in Centre Square                             Express          p. B-1, illus.
Blairstown, NJ              Jan. 18    1983   Nameless girl who had been murdered is buried in        Express          p. B-16
                                              the Cedar Ridge Cemetery. Name given to her was
                                              Princess Doe.
Blairstown, NJ              Jan. 23    1983   Nameless girl who had been murdered is buried in        Express          p. 1, illus.
                                              the Cedar Ridge Cemetery. Name given to her was
                                              Princess Doe.
Bocce                       Aug. 20    1983   Italian game played by men of the Italian Club in     Express          p. B-1, illus.
                                              Alpha, NJ
Books                       Jan. 12    1983   Karyl Kibler Hall and Peter Dobkin Hall are authors   Express          p. B-1
                                              of a new book on the history of the Lehigh Valley
                                              called "Lehigh Valley." Sale price $24.95.
                                              Illustrated.
Boy Scouts                  Nov. 5     1983   J. Harvey Kellow of Pen Argyl honored for his 71      Express          p. 1, illus.
                                              years in scouting.
Braden's Flying Service     Feb. 26    1983   Braden's Flying Service                               Express          p. E-11
Bridges, Delaware           Aug. 22    1983   Milford-Upper Black Eddy Bridge dedicated.            Express          p. M-5, illus.
                                              History. Souvenir Edition.
Bridges, Delaware           Aug. 26    1983   Dedication of Milford Bridge scheduled just 50        Express          p. B-5, illus.
                                              years late. Brief history.
Bridges, Delaware           Aug. 29    1983   Milford-Upper Black Eddy Bridge dedicated             Express          p. B-1, illus.
Bridges, Delaware           Jan. 17    1983   History of Delaware River Toll Bridge recalled by     Express          p. B-1, illus.
                                              ex-toll collector Walter Macaulay of Phillipsburg.

Buddhists                   Aug. 21    1983   Located in Washington Township, Warren County,        Express          p. C-1, illus.
                                              NJ Lamoist Buddhist Monastery to celebrate its
                                              25th anniversary.
Bus Transportation          March 30   1983   LANTA asks its riders to donate nonperishable         Express          p. 1, illus.
                                              food items during one week. Food to be
                                              distributed to the needy. Riders who donate ride
                                              at a reduced fare.
Bushkill Park               Aug. 11    1983   Pictures and short description of the park            Express          p. C-1, illus.
Business - Alpha Building   Dec. 3     1983   Owners of building willing to stay in Easton. To      Easton Express   p.B-1 illus.
                                              rent building as offices.
Business - Banks            Dec. 23    1983   Second National Bank of Nazareth opens branch in      Easton Express   p.B-9 illus.
                                              Forks Township at 1512 Sullivan Trail (Rt,115)

Business - Banks            Jan. 14    1983   Fairview Savings and Loan Association of Wilson       Easton Express   p.B-1
                                              to merge with Citizens Savings Association of
                                              Scranton.
Business - Bixler's         Feb. 26    1983   198 years of continued service in Easton.             Easton Express   p.B-12
Business - Candy               April 19   1983   Chocolate Cornucopia opens at 100 Northampton Easton Express         p.B-3
                                                 St. (former Ralph Furniture Store). An account of
                                                 the business.
Business - Candy               Oct. 1     1983   Chocolate Cornucopia, an account of the business. Easton Express     p.B-1 illus.

Business - Carpets             Feb. 26    1983   ABE Carpet Cleaning came to Easton in 1979.         Easton Express   p.C-8
Business - Chemical Industry   Jan. 14    1983   Certified Chemical Company- founded in 1953 -       Easton Express   p.A-10
                                                 founder and former president Walter S. Culpepper
                                                 III. Obituary.
Business - Doctors             Dec. 28    1983   Wetmore, Dr. Stephen R. Obituary.                   Easton Express   p. B-8 illus.
Business - Food Industry       Jan. 9     1983   Vasyle Reshetyle family make and sell pierogies.    Easton Express   p.C-1 illus.
                                                 Conduct the family business in the Mohican
                                                 Market Place.
Business - Food Stores         Dec. 10    1983   Best Market purchased for $50,000 by Friends of     Easton Express   p.B-4 illus.
                                                 the State Theater. Group has future plans for the
                                                 site.
Business - Food Stores         Feb. 26    1983   Joe's Market, 235 Northampton St.                   Easton Express   p.G-24
Business - Food Stores         Jan. 19    1983   Friends of the StateTheater agree to buy Best       Easton Express   p. 1
                                                 Market for a parking lot. Brief account of the
                                                 former possibilities for the use of the vacant
                                                 building.
Business - Food Stores         June 14    1983   Best Market façade tumbles to street. Building      Easton Express   p.B-7 illus.
                                                 neglected and now deteriorating.
Business - Food Stores         May 18     1983   Former Hillcrest Mall A & P store reopens under     Easton Express   p.A-13 illus.
                                                 new name - Super Fresh Market.
Business - General Aniline     Feb. Huh? 1983    General Aniline & Film Corporation building on      Easton Express   p. B-1 illus.
                                                 South Side to be used by Sterling Knitting Mills,
                                                 Inc. of Brooklyn, N. Y.
Business - Home Furninshings   Feb. 26    1983   D & S Flooring, 228 Northampton Street.             Easton Express   p. C-16
Business - Hotels, Taverns, etc.   Jan. 12    1983   Mountain House in Delaware Water Gap with a    Easton Express         p.B-4 illus.
                                                     history of 112 years of hotel service sold by
                                                     Hauser familyu at cost of $100,000. New owners
                                                     are Frank & Yolanda Brown. Brief history.

Business - Insurance               Feb. 26    1983   American Life Insurance Company in Easton since      Easton Express   p. C-19
                                                     1947. Brief history.
Business - Lawyers                 Sept. 4    1983   John Goldsmith practiced 52 years in family's 100-   Express          p. C-1, illus.
                                                     year-old firm
Business - Lumber trade            July 24    1983   Eisenhardt Mills has tradition carved steep in its   Express          p. G-1, illus.
                                                     work. An account of its work.
Business - Mack Printing Co.       Feb. 265   1983   No description.                                      Express          p. G-1
                                   Huh?
Business - Music & Musicians       Feb. 26    1983   Ken Brader's downtown Easton music store &           Express          p. F-11
                                                     studio in business for 51 years.
Business - Music & Musicians       June 4     1983   Anna Kress Mitchell, age 82, noted as a piano        Express          p. B-6, illus.
                                                     instructor and chorus director in Pen Argyl.

Business - Music & Musicians       March 30   1983   Fred M. Waring honored at Monroe County          Express              p. B-1, illus.
                                                     Courthouse, Stroudsburg, PA. An oil painting
                                                     placed in the corridor of the building. Portrait
                                                     painted by Robert Doney.
Business - Music & Musicians       May 21     1983   Musical Arts Chorus dedicated its spring program Express              p. B-3, illus.
                                                     to its long-time pianist, Anna Kress Mitchell.

Business - Music & Musicians       Oct. 1     1983   Nazareth honors its "Music Man" Augustine C.       Express            p. 1, illus.
                                                     Weinhifer
Business - Music & Musicians       Oct. 8     1983   Charles Porrello has directed the Triple City Band Express            p. B-1, illus.
                                                     since 1937. He is to be honored, an account of his
                                                     work.
Business - Orr's Department        Dec. 3     1983   Orr's to open a store in Flemington, NJ            Express            p. B-1
Store
Business - Paint Industry &        Feb. 28    1983   A & D Tile & Paint-up Store in business since 1968 Express            o, D-8
Trade
Business - Photography       Jan. 29    1983   Hillcrest Camera Club - an account of its members      Express          p. B-1, illus.
                                               and its goal
Business - Printing          Feb. 26    1983   D & J Printing Service Inc. opened in 1973 at North    Express          p. C-27
                                               4th and Spring Garden Streets.
Business - Printing          Feb. 26    1983   Easton Printing Company celebrates 69th year,          Express          p. C-6
                                               founded August 1, 1914.
Business - Real Estate       Feb. 26    1983   Paul Ford Realtor established in 1910; a family        Express          p. C-13
                                               business.
Business - Real Estate       Feb. 26    1983   Bealer-Jacowitz, Inc., located at 137 N. 2nd Street    Express          p. E-16

Business - Roofing Trade     Feb. 26    1983   R. S. Hahn & Sons, Inc. sheet metal fabricating firm Express            p. C-4
                                               is 80 years in business
Business - Silk Industry     Jan. 14    1983   McGinley Mills (Phillipsburg, NJ firm) converted to Express             p. B-1, illus.
                                               the manufacture of acetate satin ribbon. An
                                               account of its work.
Business - Travel Agencies   Feb. 26    1983   All World Travel Agency opened at ABE Airport        Express            p. C-12

Businesses - Easton          Aug. 25    1983   Well-Done Car Wash, 3rd & Bushkill Street now          Easton Express   p. C-12, illus.
                                               opened by the Stem Family.
Camp Moll                    Aug. 13    1983   A brief account of it's origin and it's work for the   Easton Express   p. B- 1 illus
                                               retarded children of the area.
Camp Moll                    Aug. 14    1983   A brief account of it's origin and it's work for the   Easton Express   p. C-1 illus
                                               retarded children of the area.
Canal Festival               June 26    1983   account and pictures of the day's activities at the    Easton Express   p. C-10 illus
                                               Canal in Hugh Moore Parkway
Canal Museum                 March 20   1983   Account of the recent improvements and the             Easton Express   p. F- 1 illus
                                               work of the Museum.
Candle (Centre Square)       Dec. 7     1983   Winds tilt the peace candle                            Express          p. 1, illus.
Candle (Centre Square)       Dec. 8     1983   Winds tilt the peace candle                            Express          p. B-1, illus.
Candle (Centre Square)       March 13   1983   85-foot steel and fiberglass encasement over the       Express          p. C-1, illus.
                                               Civil War statue adorns the circle each Christmas
                                               season. An account of the controversy on the
                                               candle's use and beauty.
Candle (Centre Square)           Nov. 20    1983   Painting of peace candle by artist Joseph           Express          p. C-1, illus.
                                                   DeThomas sold at auction in Wind Gap for $800.
                                                   Purchased by Dorothy M. Stem, 565 Williams St.,
                                                   Easton, PA
Canes                            Oct.3      1983   Donald Emele, Sr. of Pohatcong Township makes       Easton Express   p. B-1 illus
                                                   walking canes.
Carousels (Merry-go-rounds)      Dec. 19    1983   An account of its history with some mention of      Express          p. B-6, illus.
                                                   Bushkill Park
Cartoons                         Jan. 11    1983   Three Phillipsburg men (Richard & Joseph Cook       Express          p. B-6, illus.
                                                   and David McNamee) manufacture a cartoon
                                                   character called "Sensables."
Centre Square                    June 21    1983   West wall on Square struck for the second time by   Express          p. A-1, illus.
                                                   a motorist
Churches                         June 18    1983   3 more churches donate money in lieu of taxes.      Easton Express   p. 3 - C
                                                   First United Methodist Church, $300, Cavalry
                                                   Methodist, $100, First Church of Christ, $100.

Churches - Nazarene              Oct. 10    1983   Church of the Nazarene holds an old-fashioned       Express          p. B-1, illus.
                                                   day
Churches - Reformed              June 11    1983   Rev. Frederick Shafer, pastor of St. Peter's United Express          p. B-6, illus.
                                                   Church of Christ, South Easton, retires.

Churches - Reformed              March 23   1983   St. Marks United Church of Christ agrees to help Express             p. 1
                                                   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.
Churches - St. John's Lutheran   Oct. 30    1983   St. John's Lutheran Church maintains Drop-In-       Easton Express   p.B-1 illus.
                                                   Center. An account.
Clocks                           March 16   1983   Scheirer's Carpets & Clocks. Renovation of store                     p. A-10, illus.
                                                   and the erection of clock in front of store at 1614
                                                   Washington Street.
Clothing Stores                  April 30   1983   Second-hand clothing store opens in Palmer          Express-Times    p. C-6, illus.
                                                   Township at 481 South Nulton Avenue.
Clothing Stores               March 2    1983   Horn's Fashions, Inc. Store files for bankruptcy. Express-Times         p. B-1
                                                Had stores in New Jersey and PA. Easton store on
                                                Northampton Street not affected.

Clothing Trade                Feb. 26    1983   Country Miss, Inc.,                               Express-Times         p. F-11
                                                founded in 1961. Plant in Forks Township.
Clubs - Concordia Maennerchor April 23   1983   German singing club has its 100th anniversary. An Easton Express        P. A-10 illus.
                                                account of its origin.
Clubs - Elks                  June 25    1983   Brief history of the Easton Lodge                 Easton Express        P. C-8 ? Illus.

Clubs - MORA                  Jan. 16    1983   An account of the men's senior citizens group        Easton Express     P. E-1 Illus.

Dancing                       June 11    1983    Lilly Yost native of Plainfield Township, also called Easton Express   p.A-12 illus.
                                                "Jade" is a bellydancer. An account of her dancing
                                                and training.
Dancing                       June 11    1983   Lilly Yost, native of Plainfield Township, also called Express          p. A-12, illus.
                                                "Jade" is a belly dancer. An account of her dancing
                                                and training.
Daughters of American         June 11    1983   Dancing, Lilly Yost native of Plainfield Township, Easton Express       p.A-12 illus.
Revolution. George Taylor                       also called "Jade" is a bellydancer. An account of
Chapter                                         her dancing and training.

Deborah Heart & Lung Center   Feb. 25    1983   Account of the Brown Mills, NJ, center's work        Express            p. A-8, illus.

Delaware River                May 31     1983   Easton Chapter of Red Cross plans a fundraising by Express              p. B-3
                                                event of getting your "Derriere in the Delaware,"
                                                July 24, 11 am to 3 pm.

Delaware Water Gap            Feb. 23    1983   Delaware Water Gap Hotel, a landmark since 1870 Express                 p. B-6, illus.
                                                in the Hauser family, known as "The Mountain
                                                House" sold.
Dixie Cup Co.   Aug. 18   1983   New owner of building -- Wilsonpark Ltd. Had the Easton Express     p. B-1, illus.
                                 large Dixie Cup on the roof of the building boxed.
                                 It was a landmark for the area for years. Now no
                                 longer visible.
Dixie Cup Co.   Aug. 3    1983   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.

Dixie Cup Co.   Aug. 9    1983   New owner of building -- Wilsonpark Lts. Had the Easton Express     p. B-1, illus.
                                 large Dixie Cup on the roof of the building boxed.
                                 It was a landmark for the area for years. Now no
                                 longer visible.
Dixie Cup Co.   July 25   1983   Company now known as James River-Dixie             Easton Express   p. 1
                                 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.

Dixie Cup Co.   July 26   1983   Company now known as James River-Dixie           Easton Express     p. 1
                                 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.

Dixie Cup Co.   July 27   1983   Company now known as James River-Dixie           Easton Express     p. 1
                                 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.
Dixie Cup Co.                July 28    1983   Company now known as James River-Dixie           Easton Express      p. B-1, 2,
                                               Northern. Firm donated plant in Wilson to a Long                     illus.
                                               Island Monastery who in turn sold it to a
                                               Philadelphia corporation (Wilson park Ltd.) for
                                               250,000. Wilson Borough residents upset.

Doctors                      16 May     1983   Obituary of Dr. Anthony J. Sparta, obstetrician for Easton Express   p. B-6, illus.
                                               50 years.
Doctors                      June 4     1983   Dr. John A. Freunfelder, physician of Nazareth for Easton Express    p. B-2, illus.
                                               50 years retires.
Doctors                      Oct. 23    1983   Obituary of Dr. Ctte Jordan, retired dermatologist. Easton Express   p. B-4, illus.

Dorney Park                  Nov. 28    1983   Planning new rides, renovations. Plans to           Express          p. B-1
                                               celebrate its 100th anniversary in 1984. Brief
                                               account of fire on Sept. 28.
Dorney Park                  Sept. 29   1983   Fire destroys portion of the park. Brief history.   Express          p. 1, illus.

Drug Centers                 Nov. 23    1983   Hogar CREA opens an office in Easton in the         Express          p. B-1
                                               Northampton County Juvenile Detention Center
                                               on Ferry St. An account of is work.
Easton - Old Home Program    Feb. 17    1983   Old delapidated homes to be sold for one dollar.    Easton Express   p. B-1 illus
                                               Plan for the renewable of these homes.

Easton , City of - Streets   July 28    1983   Demolition of properties in the 400 block of        Easton Express   p. B-1 illus
                                               Bushkill street. The cost will be $74,000.
Easton Area Public Library   Dec. 1     1983   School Board's concern for library is genuine.      Easton Express   A-4

Easton Area Public Library   Dec. 28    1983   TRACC hopes meeting will cool Palmer Library        Easton Express   B-1
                                               disputes.
Easton Area Public Library   Dec. 30    1983   Letter to the editor                                Easton Express   A-4
Easton Area Public Library   Dec. 7     1983      Gets preservation grant-will be used to          Easton Express   P. B-1 Illus.
                                               acclimatize the marx room.
Easton Area Public Library   Oct. 14    1983   Palmer library issue should be a voter choice.      Easton Express   A-4
Easton Area Public Library      Oct. 18   1983   Fuller says Dawes should quit post in library        Easton Express   P.1
                                                 dispute. Library gets federal grant
Easton Area Public Library      Oct. 26   1983   School district support of library is best           Easton Express   A-4
Easton Area Public Library      Oct. 28   1983   Voters in Palmer should get voice on both the mall   Easton Express   A-4
                                                 and library.
Easton Area Public Library      Oct. 28   1983   Library director updates status of Palmer Project    Easton Express   P. B11

Easton Area Public Library      Oct.19    1983   Palmer taxpayers had no say on "memorial"            Easton Express   A-4
Items on the establishment of                    library project
the Palmer branch.
Easton Area School Board        Nov. 15   1983   Balance in library board proposed.                   Easton Express   B-3
Easton Express                  Oct. 9    1983   Jim Shelly reminisces about his early days at        Easton Express   p. A-5, illus
                                                 newspaper cub reporter at the Easton Express.

Easton Express                  Oct. 9    1983   Reporter Jim Shelly reminisces about his early       Easton Express   p. B-5, illus
                                                 days at the newspaper as a cub reporter.

Easton Historic Tavern          Oct. 26   1983    An Association formed by local citizens to          Easton Express   P. B-1 Illus.
                                                 preserve the structure at 2nd & Northampton
                                                 streets.
                                                 Brief History.
Easton Hospital                 Feb. 4    1983   Northampton county council voted 6-2 against         Easton Express   p. B-1
                                                 giving to Easton Hospital, St. Lukes Hospital and
                                                 Big brothers and Big sisters of the Lehigh Valley
                                                 any financial grants.
Easton Hospital                 Jan. 20   1983   Junior auxiliary has annual Chrystal Ball,and an     Easton Express   p. C-1 illus.
                                                 account of the activities of the organization.

Easton Hospital - staff         Nov.20    1983   Now retiring administrator, H. Donal Hamilton,      Easton Express    p. B-1 illus
                                                 served the hospital for 25 years. An account of his
                                                 work.
Easton House Tavern             June 18   1983   Preservation group to buy landmark.                 Easton Express    P. 1
Easton- Main street program     July 2    1983   Easton - main street program adding up to           Easton Express    p. 1 illus.
                                                 success.
Easton Public Library              Dec. 13    1983   Palmer supervisors formally agree by 4-1 vote to       Easton Express   B-1
                                                     take over project of branch library.
Easton Public Library              Dec. 13    1983   School Board reasserts stand on library talks.         Easton Express   B-1

Easton Public Library              Dec. 21    1983   Librarary director gets terms of Pa. grant for new     Easton Express   B-1
                                                     branch .
Easton Public Library              Nov. 22    1983   Palmer sees same tax despite library costs             Easton Express   P.1
Easton Public Library              Nov. 30    1983   Library Director expects project to continue.          Easton Express   P.2
Easton Public Library              Nov. 30    1983   School Board will oppose library grant.                Easton Express   P. 1
Easton Public Library              Nov. 4     1983   Letter to Editor                                       Easton Express   A-4
Easton Public Library              Oct. 10    1983   School Board cuts library funds.                       Easton Express   P. 1
Easton Public Library              Oct. 12    1983   Palmer Township library remains a sore spot.           Easton Exoress   B-1

Easton Redevelopment               Dec. 18    1983   More than 2 million on loans sprucing up city. An      Easton Express   p. B-6, illus
Authority                                            account of the loans given to individuals.                              (map)

Easton Tavern                      July 8     1983   Corporation (non-Profit) formed to negotiate the       Easton Express   P. B-1
                                                     building.
Easton Tavern                      March 12   1983   Will the town's oldest building become a tourist       Easton Express   P. B-2 Illus.
                                                     attraction?
Easton, City of - Streets          March15    1983   Demolition of properties in the 400 block of           Easton Express   p.B-1 illus.
                                                     Bushkill street.
Easton, Pa. - Taxation             March 23   1983   St. Marks United Church of Christ, Easton, Pa.         Easton Express   p.1
                                                     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.

EastonArea Public Library          Oct.25     1983   School board gets views on library cutoff.             Easton Express   B-1
Farace, Josephine M.               Oct. 23    1983   Teacher and correspondent for the Easton               Easton Express   p. B-4, illus
                                                     Express. Native of Bangor. Obit.
Flemington, N.J. - Liberty Village Jan. 2     1983   Liberty Village - a colonial shopping plaza.           Easton Express   p. F-1, illus
Food Bank                Jan. 22    1983   Project sponsored by Easton Area Council of         Easton Express   p. B-1, illus
                                           Churches. Account of its work and its volunteers.

Forks Township           Dec. 16    1983   Supervisors vote to accept land as donated by Mr. Easton Express     p. B-4, illus
                                           & Mrs. George Gollub.
Forks Township           Oct. 28    1983   Forks Recreation Board studies offer of 25 acres Easton Express      p. b-3
                                           for park site; gift of Mr. & Mrs. George Gollub.

Forks Township - Parks   July 14    1983   A 25 acre tract overlooking Delaware River         Easton Express    p. 1, illus
                                           donated to Forks Township by George & Dorothy
                                           Gollub.
Gracedale                July 13    1983   County to increase allowable asset for admittance Easton Express     p. B-1
                                           from 5,000 to 10,000.
Grange                   March 13   1983   A survivor in a changing rural area. An account of Easton Express    p. 1, illus
                                           its work in the Northampton County Area.

Gun Permits              Jan. 5     1983   Upper Mt. Bethel Township police used               Easton Express   p. 1
                                           photographs of gun permit holders in a criminal
                                           lineup to identify suspects.
Hair - Combs             Jan. 8     1983   Freddy Di Gloria, Easton hairdresser collects       Easton Express   p. B-1, illus
                                           combs and displays them in his business place.

Heritage Day             June 24    1983   Buttons to be sold for 1.00. Money to be used for   Easton Express   p. B05, illus
                                           the day's programs.
Holmes, Larry            Dec. 2     1983   Quits world boxing council heavy weight in favor    Easton Express   p. 1
                                           of 3rd boxing group.
Holmes, Larry            Feb. 26    1983   Larry Holmes Sportswear Store.                      Easton Express   p. E-22
Holmes, Larry            Jan. 13    1983   To receive 1983 American Black Achievement          Easton Express   p. 1
                                           Award.
Holmes, Larry            June 4     1983   Dan Rather interviews Champion boxer on TV "60      Easton Express   p. B-1, illus
                                           Minutes."
Holmes, Larry            June 7     1983   Dan Rather interviews Champion boxer on TV "60      Easton Express   p. 1, illus
                                           Minutes."
Holmes, Larry                      May 17     1983   Billboard erected along Rt. 22 near 25th Street          Easton Express   p. B-5, illus
                                                     sponsored by TRAC Council.
Holmes, Larry                      Nov. 21    1983   Plugs Easton on TV program - "60 Minutes."               Easton Express   p. 1
Holmes, Larry                      Nov. 27    1983   Serious about quitting - now in semi-retirement.         Easton Express   p. D-1

Holmes, Larry                      Oct. 12    1983   Sportswear store moves to Pohatcong Township             Easton Express   p. B-3
                                                     at his Commodore Inn on Rt. 22.
Hope, Bob                          April 16   1983   Appeared at Lehigh University, Stabler Arena.            Easton Express   p. 1, illus

Jackstown Fair                     Aug. 6     1983   A tradition unchanged for 18 years. Held at Wind         Easton Express   p. B-3, illus
                                                     Ridge, Pa.
King, Dr. Martin Luther            Jan. 14    1983   Daughter Yolanda King to speak at Lehigh                 Easton Express   p. B-4
                                                     University on February 3. Topic is on the theater.

Lafayette College - Faculty        Dec. 27    1983   Obituary of Finley Smith, Professor of Electrical        Express          p. D-1
                                                     Engineering
Lafayette College - Fraternities   June 22    1983   The Pi Lambda Phi fraternity house at 510 Cattell        Express          p. B-1, illus.
                                                     Street is an eyesore to the area. City to declare it a
                                                     public nuisance.
Lafayette College - Students       April 19   1983   Relationship of its students to the town                 Express          p. 1, illus.
Lafayette College - TV             Jan. 3     1983   Lafayette gets national exposure on tv program           Express          p. B-7, illus.
                                                     "Too Close for Comfort." Actor Ted Knight wears a
                                                     sweatshirt with Lafayette identification.

Lafayette College - Visitors       Nov. 30    1983   Virtuoso Isaac Stern speaks at Lafayette College.        Express          p. B-1, illus.

Lamonaco, Philip                   Sept. 23   1983   Portion of I-80 in Warren County, NJ, to be              Express          p. 1, illus.
                                                     renamed in honor of slain State Trooper.
Landfills, Sanitary                April 22   1983   EPA official investigates the Chrin landfill in          Express          p. 1, illus.
                                                     Williams Township.
Lebanese - Easton, PA              Jan. 3     1983   Memories of the town they tore down.                     Express          p. 1, illus.
Lebanese - Easton, PA           Jan. 3     1983   Easton's "Lebanese Town" is now a state of mind.    Express          p.1, illus.
                                                  With redevelopment, the Lebanese family area of
                                                  South 4th Street and Lehigh Street no longer
                                                  exists.
Lebanese - Easton, PA           Jan. 4     1983   Easton's "Lebanese Town" is now a state of mind.    Express          p. 1, illus.
                                                  With redevelopment, the area of Lebanese
                                                  families of South 4th Street and Lehigh Street no
                                                  longer exists.
Liebermann, Shirley Correll     July 11    1983   Obituary and appreciation of her work in the        Express          p. 1, illus.
                                                  Easton community.
Liebermann, Shirley Correll     July 17    1983   Obituary and appreciation of her work in the        Express          p. C-9, illus.
                                                  Easton community.
Lithuanians                     Feb. 17    1983   Easton Lithuanian community raised homeland         Express          p. B-1, illus.
                                                  flag in Centre Square to mark 65th anniversary of
                                                  the Lithuanians' declaration of independence from
                                                  the Soviet Union.

Lost River Caverns, Hellertown, July 17    1983   An account of the local cave                        Express          p. F-1, illus.
PA
Martin's Creek                  April 27   1983   Established a historical society. To be known as    Easton Express
                                                  the Hunter-Martin Settlement Museum.

Martin's Creek                  May 1      1983   To preserve old school house.                      Easton Express    p. 1, illus
McDonald, Larry                 Sept. 2    1983   U.S. Representative, who was lost on Korean        Easton Express    p. A-2, illus
                                                  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.

Meuser Park                     Dec. 21    1983   To establish a fitness center with equipment for    Easton Express   p. B-5
                                                  basic exercises.
Mitman, Philip                  Dec. 15    1983   Outgoing mayor assesses his tenure as Easton's      Easton Express   p. B-1, illus
                                                  mayor.
Music                           Jan. 10    1983   Song "I'm Going Back to Easton," by Pay Joyce.      Easton Express   p. B-1, illus
Music                               Jan. 28    1983   Magazine "Sing Out" to be revived by local man -    Easton Express   p. D-9, illus
                                                      Mark Ross and Geoff Eilenberg.
Musical Arts Chorus                 May 21     1983   Dedicated its spring concert to Anna Kress          Easton Express   p. B-3, illus
                                                      Mitchess, long-time pianist for the group.
Nazareth, Pa.                       Jan. 5     1983   The YMCA getting a new lease on life due to         Easton Express   p. B-1, illus
                                                      director Rick Loomis.
Nazareth, Pa. - Historic District   Aug. 26    1983   To have a historic district. Residents want to      Easton Express   p. B-1
                                                      preserve town's history.
Nazareth, Pa. - Historic District   Sept. 11   1983   To have a historic district. Residents want to      Easton Express   p. C-1, illus
                                                      preserve town's history.
Nazareth, Pa. - Homes               April 25   1983   The Oliver C. Border house for senior citizens      Easton Express   p. B-5
                                                      dedicated. 75 unit building at Center and Wood
                                                      Streets.
Nazareth, Pa. - Music               Oct. 1     1983   Town honors Augustine C. Weinhofer, their           Easton Express   p. 1, illus
                                                      "Music Man."
Nazareth, Pa. - Musicians           Nov. 20    1983   Augustine Weinhofer, age 69, known as the           Easton Express   p. C-4, illus
                                                      "Music Man" of Nazareth. Obit.
Neighborhood Associations           Oct. 2     1983   4th Street residents organize to clean up and       Easton Express   p. B-1, illus
                                                      make downtown Easton more comfortable for
                                                      persons to shop.
New Jersey - Highways               Sept. 23   1983   Portion of I-80 in Warren County to be renamed in   Easton Express   p. 1, illus
                                                      honor of officer Philip Lamonaco.

Newspapers                          March 27   1983   John Curley (son of the late John J. Curles, former Easton Express   p. D-1, illus
                                                      Easton teacher) is editor of a new newspaper,
                                                      U.S.A. Today.
North. Co. Hist. Society            Oct. 10    1983   Holds open house to celebrate its 150th             Easton Express
                                                      anniversary of the building of the Mixsell house.

Northampton Memorial Shrine Feb. 24            1983   Brief account of its business.                      Easton Express   p. F-14
PAL                              March 25   1983    Easton Health Board urged to demolish PAL        Easton Express        p. B-1
                                                    building on South 6th Street; used to be the
                                                    Jewish Synagogue before being used by recreation
                                                    building. Sale of property has not materialized.

Palmer Park Mall                 Feb. 26    1983    Nearly 10 years of service.                           Easton Express   p. C-22
Palmer Township - Library        Feb. 10    1983    Palmer Township Library.                              Easton Express   p. 1, illus
Palmer Township - Library        Feb. 8     1983    Campaign begins for funds for the library.            Easton Express   p. A-5, illus
Palmer Township - Library        July 7     1983    Despite criticism, Palmer paves way for its library   Easton Express   p. B-1
                                                    in Spring.
Parking Meters                   Sept. 6 & 7 1983   Collectors of meter money by individuals has          Easton Express   p. 1
                                                    bilked the city of $250,000. Money was collected
                                                    & counted and deposited at Easton National Bank
                                                    and Trust Company. FBI called in to investigate.

Paxinosa Inn                     Aug. 8     1983    Elegant summer retreat at turn of the century.        Easton Express   p. B-1, illus

Pen Argyl, Pa.                   June 21    1983    A giant slate slab erected at Weona Park. It to be a Easton Express    p. B-4, illus
                                                    marker set up by Borough's Centennial Group.

People, Famous visit in Easton   Feb. 25    1983    Deborah Heart& Lung Center. An account of the         Easton Express   p.A-8 illus.
                                                    Center's work.
Phillipsburg, N.J.               Aug. 30    1983    Hess, Diana. Phillipsburg resident dies in East       Easton Express   p. C-5, illus
                                                    Africa while serving in Peace Corps.
Phillipsburg, N.J.               Sept. 25   1983    Union Square Hotel to receive a face lift. Brief      Easton Express   p. B-1, illus
                                                    history.
Phillipsburg, N.J. - Education   Sept. 8    1983    Administration has new policy on the searching of     Easton Express   p. B-6
                                                    students' lockers.
Phillipsburg, N.J. - Historic    May 10     1983    Howell House oldest building in Warren County.        Easton Express   p. B-1, illus
Buildings                                           Built in 1730 dismantled by its owner, the J.T.
                                                    Baker Chemical Co.
Phillipsburg, N.J. - Library     April 15   1983    60th anniversary dinner has columnist, Richard        Easton Express   p. B-1, illus
                                                    Reeves as speaker. He was formerly of
                                                    Phillipsburg.
Phillipsburg, N.J. - Post Office   Nov. 14     1983   50 years hasn't hurt the charm of the building.      Easton Express   p. C-1, illus

Phillipsburg, N.J. - Streets      June 16,     1983   Tavern at 343 Thomas Street collapses into a         Easton Express   p. 1, illus
                                  17, 18, 19          sinkhole.
Phillipsburg, N.J. - Streets      June 21      1983   Second sinkhole on Thomas St.                        Easton Express   p. A-1, illus
Phillipsburg, N.J. - Water Supply Aug. 11      1983   Oldest operational steam pump in the eastern U.S. Easton Express      p. B-1, illus
                                                      gave its final performance after 70 years of service
                                                      of supplying water from the Delaware River to
                                                      Phillipsburg and surrounding area.

Pigeons                            Dec. 18     1983   Still rule the roost in downtown Easton.             Easton Express   p. 1, illus
Pigeons                            Jan. 26     1983   May be lured from roofs with a 100 dollar offer -    Easton Express   p. B-1
                                                      special traps.
Pigeons                            Jan. 27     1983   May be lured from roofs with a 100 dollar offer -    Easton Express   p. B-4, illus
                                                      special traps.
Plainfield Township -              Nov. 13     1983   Teel School on Kesslerville Road restored by Kathy   Easton Express   p. B-1, illus
Restoration                                           and Steve Unge.
Playmates                          July 25     1983   A group of women from Phillipsburg, N.J. (all        Easton Express   p. B-6, illus
                                                      members of Court Warren #389 Catholic
                                                      Daughters of America) entertain with their
                                                      humurous performances.
Raymond, John                      Feb. 5      1983   Teacher of music at Lafayette College still          Easton Express   p. A-8, illus
                                                      continues his work with the Musical Arts Chorus.

Registration                       Dec. 16     1983   About 250 persons signed as voters with the         Easton Express    p. B-1
                                                      Consumer Party. They thought they were
                                                      registering as a protest against high taxes and for
                                                      lower utility rates. District Attorney looking into
                                                      the matter.
Richards, General George H.        July 2      1983   92 year old Easton native addresses the Easton      Easton Express    p. B-6, illus
                                                      Area High School students.
Riegelsville, Pa. - Hotels         Feb. 26     1983   Hotel: former owner was Benjamin Riegel, built in Easton Express      p. F-16
                                                      1837. Present owners Fran & Harry Cregar, Jr.
Roseto, Pa.                   May 21     1983   American Legion Post of the town erect              Easton Express   p. B-3
                                                monument honoring veterans of Vietnam &
                                                Korea. Placed near municipal building alond side
                                                of W.W.I & W.W.II memorials.
Roseto, Pa.                   Sept. 26   1983   Couple of Bethlehem, Pa., Augustine & Katharine Easton Express       p. B-6, illus
                                                Sebastionelli visit Roseto, Italy roots of many
                                                Italians from Roseto, Pa. Takes greetings to native
                                                home of many families of Roseto, Pa.

Salvation Army                Feb. 14    1983   Opens a soup kitchen.                              Easton Express    p. B-1
Sussex County, NJ - Andover   Sept. 16   1983   A brief history of Andover Furnace, Andover        Easton Express    p. B-4, illus.
Furnace                                         Township, Sussex County, NJ.
Synagogues - B'nai Abraham    Feb. 26    1983   B'nai Abraham Nursery School located at 16th and   Easton Express    p. G-13
                                                Bushkill. Opened in 1978.
Theaters                      Jan. 22    1983   Account of various early theaters of Easton.       Easton Express    p. B-1
TRACC                         Feb. 26    1983   Organized July 1982.                               Easton Express    p. G-6
Washington, George            Feb. 21    1983   Visited Easton and Bethlehem area.                 Easton Express    p. 1, illus
Weather - Snow                Feb. 15    1983   Snow storm of Feb. 12-14 became the blizzard of    Easton Express
                                                1983.
Y.M.C.A.                      Feb. 10    1983   To close this Fall when new building at 13th and   Easton Express    p. B-1, illus
                                                Bushkill Street opens. Possible buyer for
                                                downtown site.
Y.M.C.A.                      Feb. 18    1983   Owen Kugel of Lancaster, Pa. has taken a 30 day    Easton Express    p. 1
                                                option to buy the building.
Y.M.C.A.                      Jan. 20    1983   Has antique auction to benefit the organization.   Easton Express    p. C-2

Actors and Actresses          April 23   1984   Jack Coleman, son of Professor John L. Coleman of Easton Express     p. 1, illus.
                                                Easton stars in the TV series "Dynasty" and others.
                                                Also "Days of Our Lifes."

Actors and Actresses          April 23   1984   Jack Coleman, son of Prof. John L. Coleman of       Easton Express   p. 1
                                                Easton stars in the TV series "Dynasty" and others.
                                                Also "Days of our Lives" illus.
Allentown, PA - Newspapers    July 31    1984   Allentown newspaper, the Allentown Call-             Easton Express   p. 1
                                                Chronicle sold to Times Mirror Co. of Los angeles,
                                                CA for $108 million.
American Legion               April 18   1984   Students of Northampton County Vocational            Easton Express   B-10, illus.
                                                School do masonry work on new Brown and Lynch
                                                Post home. Account of the new facilities in
                                                Palmer Township.
Amish                         July 15    1984   Lancaster Amish now vendors at Collectors Corner     Easton Express   p. B-1, illus.
                                                Farmer's Market at 17th and Washington Streets
                                                in Wilson Borough.
Anthony, Grace                Oct. 27    1984   Memorial services at Easton's Senior Citizens        Easton Express   p. B-1, illus.
                                                Center. An account of her activities.

Arlington National Cemetery   Aug. 13    1984   William Christman, Union soldier from Easton to      Easton Express   p. B-8
(VA)                                            be first person buried in Arlington National
                                                Cemetery, died May 11, 1864.
Artists                       May 6      1984   Tim Hare relocates his studio from New York City     Easton Express   p. C-1, illus.
                                                to downtown Easton. Has exhibition of his works
                                                at his home, 232 Bushkill St.
Automobile Agencies           Aug. 10    1984   Signs of former automotive sales store, Pep Boys,    Easton Express   p. C-3, illus.
                                                removed. To be location of bowling alley -
                                                Heritage Lanes.
Automobile Agencies           Feb. 25    1984   Burd Brothers Motor Company - History.               Easton Express   p. A-27
Automobile Agencies           Feb. 25    1984   Deichman-Walker Automobile Agency.                   Easton Express   p. E-20
Automobile Agencies           Feb. 25    1984   Easton Buick - automobile dealer.                    Easton Express   p. A-27
Automobile Agencies           Jan. 10    1984   Pep Boys Store (former) located on South 3rd         Easton Express   p. 1, illus.
                                                Street sold to Hugo Piagesi. To be home of Easton
                                                Sports & Trophy Center, a bowling alley, bar &