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April 6, 2013

Do You Remember April 6?

Tonawanda News — 1988 — 25 years ago

Peter C. Rasch, president of Riverside Chemical Company, was elected to the Board of Trustees of DeGraff Memorial Hospital for a three-year term.

Joseph Sanscrainte and Brian Zunner, both of Tonawanda, were appearing in the Buffalo Lyric Opera Theatre’s production of “Madame Butterfly” in Shea’s Buffalo Theater.

1963 — 50 years ago

• Tonawanda seniors Charles Schopp III and Thomas Peters were selected to participate in performances sponsored by the Erie County Music Educators Association.

• Joe La Joy and His Musical Knights performed at the Double D on Main Street.

1943 — 70 years ago

• The half century old Palmer House at the southeast corner of Goundry Street and Payne Avenue may fight the war on the Home Front as a converted apartment house for War Workers. Acting City Treasurer Wallace I. Robertson said the city’s application to the National Housing Agency was approved.

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