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department. No Reports Of Objects In Candy " ; Can Halloween be enjoyed by young ghosts and hobgoblins hobgoblins without the real monsters of Halloween, the individuals who booby-trap booby-trap booby-trap trick-or-treat trick-or-treat trick-or-treat trick-or-treat trick-or-treat booty, ruining the fun? With few exceptions, trick-o trick-o trick-o r-t r-t r-t r e a t e r s negotiated the streets in the Triple Cities area safely last night. There were no reports this morning of sharp or dangerous dangerous objects being found in trick-or-treat trick-or-treat trick-or-treat trick-or-treat trick-or-treat booty. Johnson City Assistant Police Police Chief Alfred J. Lamphere commended parents and youngsters for an unusually quiet Halloween, in which only minor vandalism incidents were reported. Binghamton police, with the exception of minor vandalism complaints, reported that Halloween Halloween came off smoothly, possibly with fewer Halloween related vandalism incidents than last year. Endicott and Vestal police agencies reported that Hallow-e Hallow-e Hallow-e e n trick-or-treaters trick-or-treaters trick-or-treaters trick-or-treaters trick-or-treaters fared well in their localities, without trouble. Only minor vandalism was reported in the two vicinities. vicinities. Kirkwood State Police and Broome Sheriff's deputies both said that Halloween was relatively relatively quiet for a change. The only injuries related to possible Halloween pranks occurred occurred about 7:30 p.m. last night. Three Windsor Central School girls were slightly injured injured when a prankster threw detergent-soaked detergent-soaked detergent-soaked rags through an open window of the school bus they were riding towards Windsor, Broome County Shcr-. Shcr-. Shcr-. tZ's deputies reported. The three girls were Debbie Warner, 14; Marcia Conklin, 15; and Sue Brenchley, 15, all 'Windsor Central School students. students. They were treated at Binghamton General Hospital for eye irritation. of of (

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  1. Press and Sun-Bulletin,
  2. 01 Nov 1972, Wed,
  3. Main Edition,
  4. Page 22

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