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   Tyrone Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 14, 1984, Tyrone, Pennsylvania                                If ad Cftttp 17011 USPS 645800 Number 128 of Our 117th Year January Per Copy Economic COMPUTER FARMERS The Tyrone agriculture students have advanced into the computer thanks to the Vocational Education Department of the high William VoAg and federal aid Back to front are John Tyrone RD Todd 15th and Stacy Fink of Tyrone RD who are involved in microcomputer instruction in the ag The computers are used for every agricultural aspect from turf grass study to keeping records on dairy hog lumber just about any production data one might wish to keep records determine whatever Federal Aid Is Important Part Of VoEd Says Westley EPA Asks All Governors To Report EDO WASHINGTON UPI The Environmental Protec tion Agency is asking governors of all 50 states to report any information have on food products con taminated with the cancer causing pesticide The latest action by EPA Administrator William Ruckelshaus comes in response to rapidly growing concern about the health hazard posed by the which has been found to cause genetic damage and reproductive disorders in laboratory Ruckelshaus sent letters to every governor asking for information on EDB residues in a wide variety of foods Raw grain such as oats and grain products purchased by con such as products sold for consumption without further such as wheat germ and some Fresh tropical fruits and Ruckelshaus urged that state officials send the in formation to the EPA by the end of He also disclosed he will meet in in Washington on Monday to discuss the situation with a special committee of the National Association of State Departments of We have to first assess the risk before we can said 1 must also determine whether a more restrictive regulation of the continued use of EDB is ap Monitoring for EDB residues Is being conducted in many states and by the the Agriculture Department and the Food and Drug Ad Ruckelshaus also asked for information from the states on the and types of milling operations in which EDB is used to fumigate equipment for insect the frequency and rate of its the volume of grain processed at such mills and the size and types of raw milled grain storage ContdpnPage by Dan Meckes Federal support for vocational education in the Tyrone Area High School has been only a part of the total notes Robert vocational supervisor at TAHS To this the key in the Tyrone area has been a combination of funding via the use of local and federal funds Wesley Federal support has been a small amount compared to the state and lopal contributions concerning vocational Some of the have been one hundred percent but in many state and local funds must match federal amounts in amounts ranging for ten to fifty per he Westley did not negate the impact of federal saying For our department the combined funds have been extremely important tothe updating of equipment to meet the current needs of our Equipment List Westley listed some of the equipment brought with the help of federal and other dollars electronic transcribers and mimeograph machine for Business Food food processor and stainless steeltables for Food Service have been furnished the Home Economics The Auto Shop has received an auto brake drum lathe Economy Up But So Is and a tire changer while the Department has I received a flexible shaft and a new drill The Machine Shop has1 sur1 face grinders and a milling The Electronic Shop has UNIVERSITY been furnished an FM ComUP1 Pennsylvania is municationsand a enjoying a slight im microcomputer system with a provement in its economy but digital trainer plus electronics unemployment rates still work lab exceed the national A motorized meter box and partially because of hard an industrial size cutoff saw has been received by the Carpetry These purchases would have taken a lot longer to be made if not for some federal Westley Microcomputer The most recent example of this cooperative effort of combined funds has taken place in the last eighteen months with the involvement of TAHS with the microcomputer explosion upon business and Our entire department is involved in one way or another and William Harshman our VoAg instructor has involved his Agriculture students in all sections by using the microcomputer in such areas of instruction as turf grass establishment analysis with market veal and corn FFA and dairy preQuiz board foot calculations and livestock terminology As if this werent enough for the hightech Westley noted that the Young ContdonPage2 Blood Director Says Tyroners Are Tops Weather Variable cloudiness and colder LOWS zero to 10 Partly cloudy and continued unseasonably cold High Extended Forecast Monday through Wednesday Partly cloudy Cloudy Tuesday with 9 chance of breezy with a chance 91 Highs Monday and Tuesday 3W Monday 519 ead Tuesday Wed nesday in the mid teens to mid American Red Cross Blood Director Helen Benton said Tyrone Area High School has surpassed all bloodmobiles this year by collecting 261 units of Tyrone High as well as the Community can be counted especially in times of blood shortage as now and also in the On the blQodmobile visit to the TAHS gymnasium came within two pints of tying its alltime record of 263 set last year There were 86 first time Special recognition was given to threegallon donor Robert two gallon donor Donna Myers and onegallon donors Charles Julie James Bay Edward Mildred Charles Lee Pippery and Judy Donors Included Karen Patricia Alberta Pomer Karen Raymond Peter Clyde Mary Paul Kevin Citty Judy Tracy pattl vicky M Joseph Charles John Janice Robert David Helen Gary Richard Arthur Melinda Chris Andy Mike William William John Malcolm Samuel Michael Rodney Joseph Donald Dave Eric Andrew Benjamin Dan Barbara Perry Steve Kelly Lee Todd Holly Adalaide Rodger William Denise Kitty Chris Mike Tim John Karl Brian Andrew Holly Newton Gibson John Kenneth Pawn John Sheldon Leslie John Kenneth Ronald Mlchele Jeff Joy Robert Thomas Michael Tony Julie Edward John Kevin Friday The 13th Strikes Again Friday the 13th struck The Paily Heralds front In a story of all we spelled seeking seeeMng Job Office Closed Monday The AUftpna Office of Employment Green will be closed January Martin Luther Kings All Monday claimants who sot told other wise will report pn January Aid For El Salvador Asked By Kirkpatrick Reagan May Ask Million For Central America times in the steel a monthly survey The Pennsylvania Business published by Penn sylvania State said Friday that December figures showed a state unemployment rate while the national average was Norma editor of the said the percent unemployment figure partly be attributed to the depressed steel which is slowly pulling itself out of its worst financial crisis since the The adadadvantage the state once had is she Technology has Steel mills have to use electric furnaces and not rely so much on Its not best place to produce steel It may be a better place to produce hightech There are a lot of engineers Hightech can make it here but it will not make up for lost jobs in the steel she Steel workers are hard Because of we have an unemployment rate that is higher than the national longterm prospects for Pennsylvanias economy are she citing monthly figures from the Census Bureau that in dicate the a narrowing gap between the nation and the state terms of economic The survey showed a increase in steel production in the last month for which complete figures are The seasonally adjusted average for daily Contdonpage WASHINGTON UPD President Reagan appears to be using the Kissinger Commission report to prepare Congress for a series of much higher military aid requests for Central The administration let it be known Friday that Reagan is considering as much as a fourfold increase in military funds for El Salvador this year alone for a total of million and perhaps as much as million in And the president himself used the bipartisan makeup of the commission to claim that even the Democrats on it had come around to his position that more money is needed to combat a Soviet threat in El He attacked Congress for letting the regime slowly bleed to death in recent years and We have been helping but not helping enough to rectify social and economic wrongs or to give them the military capacity to be Reagans remarks came at a lunch with Republican women The headed by former Secretary of State Henry called for in economic aid to Central America over the next five noted the threat of Soviet intervention in the region but also said aid should be contingent on improved human rights in El a direct link that Reagan op Reagan noted the Democratic participation on the calling the report a new ContdonPage2 Medic Holds Back Ruling On General SAN Texas UPI It will be next week before the medical examiner rules whether suicide was involved in the bizarre death of an Army found hanged and bound with an alleged terrorist note pinned to his Robert Ownby commander of the 90th Reserve was buried Friday with full military honors at Fort Sam Houston National The FBI declined but its investigation Friday appeared to be centered on suicide as the cause of Medical Examiner Vincent Di Maio said he will rule next week on the manner of pending the outcome of lab tests on fingerprints on the alleged terrorist and hair and fiber We are finished with our The autopsy is Di Maio Asked if he could clarify questions about the manner of he is no evidence the general was in a struggle or that he was Ownby was found early Wednesday hanging in a secondfloor stairwell at the Army Reserve Command Headquarters at Fort Sam His hands were bound tightly behind his back with a military the FBI Pi Maio said it was possible Ownby bound himself with the message pinned to Ownbys sweater read Qapturedv convicted of crimes by the Army against the people of the sentenced and In a second Ownby claimed he startled sojne Intruders late Tuesday bu could not contact military police I cannot get the telephones to Respite the FBI agents have been questionng close friends and family members the generals said Buckner a Contdonpage Jackson Set For Funding For His Run WASHINGTON UPI Jesse Jackson has raised for his presidential meeting all the requirements for federal matching and has asked the Federal Elections Commission for the In two scant we have met all the requirements for matching funds qualification and were now more than ready to file with the campaign manager Arnold Pinkney told a news conference Pinkney said Jackson has met the matching fund requirement of raising in contributions of or less in each of 20 states and that the campaign has raised to Fred spokesman for the said Jacksons ap filed late lists contributors with documentation and counts ContdonPage2 WASHINGTON UPI Ambassador Jeane Kirk patrick says the United States should give El Salvador more military assistance together with more economic aid so it can combat a welltrained guerrilla This is not Ronald Reagans Kirkpatrick said in an in terview Friday with reporters from United Press In The Associated Press and Congress will have to confront They are going to have to work She said the Kissinger Commission report on Central America released earlier this week recognizes for the first the United States faces a threat to its security on its southern border and that the problem dealt with in an coor dinated way that also takes into account economic and political Congress cut the ad ministrations last request of million in military assistance for El Salvador because of the governments failure to bring to justice those accused of murdering six As a result of subsequent bargaining with the amount was raised to the current million in military News reports Friday suggested the administration is prepared to ask for an ContdonPage2 Honduras Says Chopper Wasnt In Battle Zone Honduras UPI Nicaraguan rebels based in Honduras denied claims a chopper was flying in an active combat zone when fired on by Nicaraguan soldiers in a fusillade that killed the Honduran soldiers in the area said Friday the crew leaped out of the craft with their arms raised after the chopper landed inside Hon and that the pilot was hit in the head by the Nicaraguan The Chief Warrant Officer Jeffery Schwab of died about an hour after the incident A private memorial service was held Friday for him at Fort attended only by members of his family and The two survivors were identified by the Pentagon Friday as Robert Green and Christopher both of the 46th Engineer Battalion at Fort The Honduran who did not want to be were interviewed outside the Honduran border town of They said their platoon was atop an adjacent hill and saw the helicopter come under small arms ContdonPage2 THE EPCOT POLL Beginning this regular Epcot Poll reports from Walt Disney World Epcot Center will present the results of mass sampling of a crosssection of vacationing The Tyrone Daily Herald will be one of papers providing the service to their This weeks question was Did you favor press censorship of the Grenada In vasion by the Reagan Administration Americans Wanted Press At Grenada Says Poll note The following EPCOT Poll was conducted at Walt Disney Worlds EPCOT Visitors to EPCQT are polled daily and their responses are tabulated by The results of the poll are analyzed by the New York research firm Of Skelly and WhiteJEPCOT Poll snows 58 percent favor press access in Grenada LAKE BUENA UPI While many Americans have taken a moderate view of military censorship of the press in times of more than half or 58 percent of those surveyed during a recent EPCOT Poll believe the press should have been permitted access during the Grenada Of the people polled at Walt Disney Worlds EPCOT a total of 72 Chamber Backs Program After meeting yesterday with Mike of the state Department of Com munity for clarification of the Main Street Manager members of the Tyrone Chamber of Commerce and Tyrone Borough Council decided to continue with their support of the program for Chamber President George ContdonPage telt that to save press censorship may be necessary at Only one in 10 felt unexplained cen sorship was while an equally small number felt censorship whatsoever should be imposed on a free The response was mixed on censorship during the Grenada invasion with 58 percent believing that the press should have with or without military A total of 35 percent felt that the military should bar the press without As might be younger people with some college education tended to lean toward an unfettered   

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