Tonawanda News

November 15, 2012

Do You Remember Nov. 15?

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The Tonawanda News

Tonawanda News — 2002 — 10 years ago

• Some opponents of the Gateway Point project felt that the project would attract rich people with fancy boats and that the money should be spent on public safety and schools instead.

• The Rev. Lisa Drysdale was installed as the pastor of Family Life at the Salem United Church of Christ.

1987 — 25 years ago

• No paper published

1962 — 50 years ago

• Niagara County Savings Bank opened its beautiful, new, modern structure on Payne Avenue, opposite the Mid-City Plaza. Free yardsticks, rainhats and lollipops were handed out.

• K-D Wholesale Distributing, Erie Avenue, was advertising 6-ft deluxe Evergleem aluminum Christmas trees with 100 branches for $8.97, regularly $15.00.

1942 — 70 years ago

• No paper published