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   Indiana Gazette (Newspaper) - April 7, 1980, Indiana, Pennsylvania                                The Indiana County Area Newspaper That Serves Every Member of the Family T E D D Y Always turn the other cheek thatway the bruises will be sym metrical Vol 80 No 236 Four Sections a leaning 1980 Indiana Printing and Publishing Company AM Rights Reserved Indiana Pennsylvania Monday April 7 1980 Weekend Thirtysix Pages Twenty Cents Hostages Will Stay In Hands Of Militants THE REAL THING Tracey Moore 3 made sure what she found Sunday was an Easter Egg She was hunting at Carrie Gaulbert Cox Park near Louisville with her mother AP Laserphoto Cindy who had placed the eggs in hiding Homer City Center Joy To Begin Construction Joy Manufacturing Co to day announced that LD Building Co of Latrobe had been selected as the general contractor to construct a ser vice center and warehouse on Lucernemines Road Homer City Construction is expected to start within the next two weeks and completion is tar geted for January 1981 The project consists of a sq ft manufacturing and warehouse building and sq ft of office area Joy is the worlds largest manufacturer of underground mining machinery with annu al sales of approximately The Homer City Service Center will be utilized for the complete rebuilding of all un derground mining machines which will include continuous miners shuttle cars loaders cutting machines and drills In addition it will be capable Mild But Wet Chief Tommy Hawk says hes had enough hardboiled eggs in one day to last him for a couple of months The Chief is an old softy though when it comes to forecasting the weather Its going to be mild but theres a 40 percent chance of some showers tonight and a 70 percent chance for rain Tuesday The high tomorrow will be in the mid 60s of repairing all mechanical hydraulic and electrical units used on these machines The facility will be equipped with the most modern machine tools electrical mechanical and hydraulic testing equip ment Also as a part of the com plex will be a commercial parts warehouse At the pres ent time parts are supplied from the Joy Meadowlands Pennsylvania warehouse and this will supplement and pro vide faster service for Joy customers in the Indiana area In an interview with Earl A Bradley vice president and general manager of the Ser vice Centers Division he ex pressed his appreciation for the efforts put forth by the In diana County Planmning Commission and the Chamber of Commerce for their cooper ation and assistance in help ing Joy to decide to locate in Indiana County versus other locations which had been un der consideration It is expected there will be between 160 and 170 employ ees once the planthas reached full capacity Volcano Activity Leveling Off VANCOUVER Wash lAP Seismic activity at Mount St Helens the lonfrdormant volcano that has caused an eruption of excitement since it began belching ash steam and gas nearly two weeks ago may be leveling off scientists say Cubans Flock To Embassy LIMA Peru AP More than Cubans have overwhelmed Perus embassy in Havana seek ing to escape President Fidel Castros communist rule in what Peru govern ment calls an unprece dented human Angry proCastro Cu bans gathered outside the teeming embassy com pound on Easter Sunday and hurled sticks and stones at those clustered inside injuring a number of them the Peruvian For eign Ministry said You can hardly walk in side the embassy grounds Foreign Minjster Arturo Garcia told a news conference Some of the Cubans climbed trees in the crowd ed embassy garden while others perched on the roof of the twostory mansion a Foreign Ministry commu nique said It reported cases of dehydration sun stroke gastroenteritis and trauma in the crowd The Foreign Ministry said about 800 persons left the embassy Sunday after being granted safe conduct passes permitting them to return Two dozen Cubans had sought refuge in the em bassy since Jan 1 The Cu ban government accused Peru of giving refuge to common criminals and antisocial By The Associated Press Ayatollah Ruhollah Kho meini ruled today that the 50 American hostages must re main in the hands of the young militants occupying the Embassy in Tehran until the new Iranian Parliament de cides their fate Khomeinis office announced The 79yearold leader of the Iranian revolutionary regime vetoed President Abolhassan BaniSadrs proposal to trans fer custody of the captives to the ruling Revolutionary Council after a meeting with BaniSadr and Foreign Minis ter Sadegh Ghotbzadeh In Washington A grim faced President Carter after spending part of the Easter weekend considering the hos tage crisis said he was near a decision on a new set of eco nomic and diplomatic sanc tions against Iran He re marked that the hostages captors he called them terrorists had agreed to release their prisoners to the Iranian government but the government He did not elaborate Talking briefly to reporters after returning from Camp David he was asked whether he was about to in voke new sanctions Well be deciding that in a few min Carter replied then went directly to his Oval Off ice to prepare for a meeting with his national security and foreign affairs advisers Press Secretary Jody Pow ell said he did not know if the White House meeting would lead to an immediate an nouncement of retaliato ry moves Although there was no sug gestion from Washington that military action was contem plated two senators who visited American Navy pilots on a carrier in the Indian Ocean said the pilots seemed eager to bomb selected tar gets in Iran There was no immediate comment from the militants holding the hostages but a spokesman for the Struggling Moslem movement which is close to the militants said in an interview in Tehran that Iran should be prepared for vigorous American reaction The movement which has opposed a government take over of the hostages called the transfer plan a plot of the liberal and compromisers wing of the government and added that it expects those to try again to transfer the hos tages to the Iranian govern ment before the parliament meets The announcement from Khomeinis office said the hostages and the American Embassy will remain in the hands of the militant students until the Islamic Parliament meets to decide their The statement added that the health of the hostages and their living place is good in every It said people are being allowed to observe the health and living condi tions of the captives under the supervision of responsible Today was the 156th day in captivity for the 50 Americans in the embassy and three held in the Iranian Foreign Minis try Three clergymen in vited by the militants to hold Easter services at the embas sy reported the hostages were in excellent condition The Revolutionary Council met for 4Vfe hours Sunday Ghotbzadeh said it reached a decision on BaniSadrs pro posal to take custody of the hostages But he said the deci sion would not be announced until after it was submitted to Khomeini Informed diplomatic sourc es said BaniSadr and other senior Iranian officials sub mitted two opposing solutions to Khomeini for his ruling See Page fi Column 7 One Child Killed Three Killed In Terrorist Raid On Israeli Kibbutz Nursery KIBBUTZ MISGAV AM Is rael AP Palestinian ter rorists attacked a nursery in this kibbutz on the Israeli Lebanese frontier today kill ing an Israeli baby and two adults before troops stormed the childrens dormitory killed all five Arab raiders and freed at least six hos tages the Israelis said One of the dead was the kib butz leader killed as the nine hour siege began Four other children another civilian adult and 11 soldiers were wounded a military spokes man said Defense Minister Ezer Weizman later surveyed the bloodstained bulletpocked twostory nursery building at this hilltop settlement in northern Galilee and said the Israeli army will weigh mea sures and actions I hope these things wont repeat them Responsibility for the raid was claimed in Beirut by the Iraqibacked Arab Liberation Front one of the eight mem bergroups of the Palestine Liberation Organization A front statement said the at tack marked the 33rd anniver sary of the Arab Socialist Baath Party and demanded the release of 50Palestinians from Israeli prisons There was no immediate comment from the PLO In Tel Aviv Ambassa dor Samuel Lewis de clared Such acts of violence directed at a peaceful Israeli civilian community during one of the holiest of days are repugnant to all Americans and cannot be condoned by anyone sincerely interested in the cause of peace betwen Is rael and its It was an Israeli national holiday the last day of the sevenday Passover obser vance marking the Israelites exodus from Egypt It also coincided with Egyp tian President Anwar Sadats departure for Washington for talks with President Carter on the stalled Palestinian autono my negotiations with Israel Most Palestinians oppose the homerule plan and guerrillas have staged a number of at tacks in an effort to torpedo the IsraeliEgyptian peace treaty The raiders cut through the border fence and before any shots were fired reached the nursery at the center of the kibbutz where children aged 1 to 3 were sleeping at April 22 Primary about 1 kibbutz members said The first casualty was the communitys leader 38year old Sami Shani who had gone to the childrens house to re pair an electrical fault Sami came to Fix the light and met two terrorists at the door to the childrens house They started screaming at him in See Page 6 Column 8 Pennsylvania Last Chance For Kennedy Bush To Rally HARRISBURG Pa AP Strategists for Edward Kennedy and George Bush concede that Pennsylvanias April 22 primary is virtu ally the last chance to rally their presidential campaigns President Carter and former California Gov Ronald Reagan their leads padded by Saturdays blitzes in Louisiana could com fortably settle meanwhile with respectable shares of the states 185 Democratic dele gates and 83 Republican delegates Its do or die in my book To me its the most important thing in the world To the campaign its close to said Mike Ford Kennedys state It means said Rep Bill Goo dling echoing the states crucial nature for Bush Its extremely important We have to do Illinois Rep John Anderson the other Re publican challenger now mulling a thirdpar ty candidacy failed to get on Pennsylvanias primary ballot But he has mustered a des perate writein campaign Kennedy conceded last week that he faces an uphill fight here His April 1 revival in the New York and Connecticut primaries was deflated with successive losses in Wisconsin Kansas and Louisiana Carter now has an 891439 lead in delegates over the Massachusetts senator And Bush the former CIA director and ambassador has not won since his home state victory in Connecticut Reagan has a 37272 lead in delegates following Saturdays landslide triumph Anderson trails both with 57 delegates In what could be their best and last chance to blunt their rivals Kennedy and Bush will barnstorm the state in the next 16 days No other primaries are scheduled in the mean time But the camps of the respective front runners hardly seem worried by the intensity of the rival campaigns If this were a 15 round heavyweight championship fight youd have three guys in the ring and two are TKOs Anderson and said Drew Lewis Reagans state campaign coordinator And Terry Straub Carters top operative here hints that only an unforeseen knockout can deny the president the Democratic nomi nation Its probably the eighth round and the presidents won the first seven Hes ahead on said Straub last week Easter Celebrated Around The World Pope Extends Greetings In 33 Languages By The Associated Press Pope John Paul II extend ing Easter greetings to the Christian faithful in 33 lan guages and apologizing to those whose tongue was not in cluded urged the builders of society to accept God and warned that to proclaim Gods death is to proclaim the death of man as well Speaking to a festive crowd of in St Peters Square in Rome on Sunday the Polish pontiff wished a happy blessed and peaceful Easter in 16 eastern European lan guages Chinese Japanese Swahili Arabic and for the first time Hebrew He said his holy day greet ings were intended for all the other languages which even if they are not on my lips are in my In his message the 59year old pope warned those who are building the world of to day and tomorrow the world of peace or of war of the dangers of a godless soci ety All of you who proclaim the death of who seek to drive God out of the human world stop to think that the death of God fatally carries within itself the death of he declared RADIATION VOLUNTEER Police corporal Brian McKay is one of 40 persons who have volunteered for a twoweek raining course to learn how to monitor radiation See story on page 3 CHILD At age 3 Christopher Ascarte has been kid napped twice His estranged parents are the criminal suspects Child custodial interfer a problem nationwide and authorities in several states are looking for civil rather than crimi nal remedies Details on page 10 OTHER FEATURES iazclleland News Business Mirror 25 Classified 2035 Dear Ahby 2 Lottery 1922 7 Womens Section 16 SUNRISE sun rises over Beverly Harbor in Beverly early Sunday morning as hundredsof worshippers gathered for Easter Sunday services AP Laserphoto The need for Christian love also marked the Easter mes sage of the newly installed Archbishop of Canterbury Pointing to problems in El Salvador Cambodia and Ire land the Most Rev Robert Runcie leader of the worlds 65 million Anglicans said Christians must take their reverence and worship and celebration out into the world where it is in short sup Meanwhile in Tehran Iran five clergymen conducted ser vices at the Embassy for the 50 Americans who spent their 155th day and fourth major holiday in captivity On Saturday the Vaticans representative delivered holi day gifts of fruit chocolate and clothing to the embassy In the Soviet Union where the government is officially opposed to religion thousands of worshippers filled Mos cows churches Sunday night Earlier in the day Mos cows cemeteries were packed with Russians carrying East er eggs flowers and even an occasional glass of vodka to place on the graves of rela tives soldiers or favorite au thors Easter required careful planning in Jerusalem this year because of the concur rence of the Julian and Grego rian calendars Protestants conducted a sunrise service at the Garden Tomb a cave outside the Old City walls that many Chris tians believe was the original site of Christs entombment and Resurrection Later about pilgrims clustered around the sepulch er followed by a Greek Ortho dox Service of Love to cele brate the holy day About 100 Israeli police and soldiers patrolled Jerusalems Old City on customary stand by duty during Christian holi days but there were no re ports of disturbances Religious services in Peking also attracted thousands with rosary beads and crucifixes made in China sold outside churches Mild temperatures across most of the increased the turnout for traditional Easter programs including egg hunts and parades Thousands of New Yorkers strolled Manhattans Fifth Av enue in their Easter finery transforming the busy street into a pedestrian mall of cos tumes pageantry and colorful characters Obituaries on Page 28 CABLE Merle 67 New Florence RD 2 JKFFKIES Jerry 87 1157 Oak Indiana NORTH James 86 Marion Center III 1 IMSKOUOWSK1 Mary Lisieckl 93 Blairsville STOIC John fi6 Homer City HI 2 LATE HEATH WESTOVER Mrs Hcvina   

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