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   Tyrone Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 2, 1986, Tyrone, Pennsylvania                                Hi Camp Pa 1701 nrone Daily Herald USPS 645800 Number 117 of Our 119th Year January 25t Per Copy Each Addresses The Others Constituency In Uncensored TV Talk Gorbachev Start 1986 Right Both Discuss Space Weaponry augh the tormat of their New Angeles on in one particularly i PrPPtincf 5 nnthintr lilro a n t i Although the tormat of their New Years greetings was nothing like a President Reagan and Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev identified their main area of disagreement weapons in using many of the same words and ideas to hope for a peaceful Both referred to their November 1985 the first meeting bet ween leaders of the two countries in six with Reagan hoping to build on the foundations laid in Gorbachev said the Geneva summit showed while The gap dividing us is still wide bridging that gap would be a great feat a feat our people are ready to perform for the sake of world The Soviet who strode to his desk in the put on his glasses and began said 1986 has been declared the year of Lets work together to mak it a year of said s ting behind a desk flanked wit the American and presidential flags and a sideboard in the background displaying family Reagan had taped his fiveminute address at the Century Plaza Hotel in Los New Year Death Toll Stands At 11 A man was killed when he was ejected from the car he was riding after it ran off the struck a tree and sheared a telephone pole before coming to rest in a Chester County police Christopher 20 of Montgomery was one of at least 11 people killed in traffic ac cidents on Pennsylvania roads in the United Press International New Years traffic fatality The count began at 6 Monday and ended at one minute past mid night Yost was killed at Wed nesday in an accident on Fairview Road in East Nantmeal police He was a passenger in a car driven by his John also of Police said John who suffered moderate injuries in the lost control of his car while negotiating a left hand curve in the Billy of Cumberland was killed when his traveling at a high rate of speed on Hogeslown Road near failed to negotiate a left hand curve in the road at Silver Spring Township Police Officer James Sadler said Wards car ran off the over an em struck a utility pole and then hit another The car became airborne after hitting the Sadler sideswiped another pole and con tinued flying through the air until it crashed into a tree at a height of 21 Sadler said Wards car glanced off that tree and landed on a pine The pine tree and the car then fell to the with the car landing on its Ward was pronounced dead at the Sadler William of Susquehanna was killed at 2 Wednesday when he lost control of his car and struck a tree on the opposite side of the said State Trooper Edward Nar Contdon Page 2 Angeles on While both dwelled on making it a safer Reagan made a pitch for his space defense program as a way to one day free us from the threat of nuclear Gorbachev opposed Reagans Star Wars It is senseless to seek greater security for ones self through new types of Reagan used some Russian christoye nyebo clear skies and spasiba thank Gorbachev referred to a remarkable work of American the novel The Winter of Our written by John In one particularly interesting both men established they were speaking for their Reagan said he spoke to Gorbachev in Geneva as the elected representative of the American Gorbachev said during the summit we had the mandate of our in a longawaited chance to explain the benefits of political freedom to the Soviet Our democratic system is founded on the belief in the sanctity of human Gorbachev The Soviet people are dedicated to peace that supreme value equal to the gift of Contdon Page 2 No Advance Billing In USSR nripanc hoH nnnnrrh aHuannn utm nnt irt nr4 thnt Roarfan tnlnnncto nt D Americans had enough advance notice that Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev would deliver a historic New Years message on network but Soviet citizens may have been surprised to see President Reagan on their TV Each of the two world leaders Wednesday delivered unprecedented simultaneous televised addresses to citizens of the others in which each defended his stance om the disputed Star Wars program but also stressed the rapport they achieved at last months Geneva In contrast to the publicity in the United States surrounding Gor bachevs the Soviet public was not informed that Reagan would appear on the nightly evening news program The announcement of the exchange of New Years greetings was made last week by the official Soviet news but not repeated by the radio or television that distribute the agency reports to the The simultaneous TV appearances Gorbachev at 1 EST in the United Reagan at 9 Moscow time marked the first time an Americanpresident has addressed the Soviet people since Richard Nixon did so in All television networks broadcast the New Years Day messages two interrupting Khadafy Warns Of War If Israel Or US Hits Libya Libya UPI Libyan leader Moammar Khadafy warned Israel and the United States against retaliating for the twin air port attacks in Rome and saying any attack on Libya would mean war in the Middle East and Speaking to a group of Western reporters Wednesday at his barracks in Khadafy If Israel acts against this action there will be strong and furious counteractions by the Khadafy said retaliation would lead to a tit for tat cycle of violence that would lead to Libyans harassing American citizens in their own We hope that America and the Israelis make a mistake and mount an Khadafy At least 18 people died and more than 100 were wounded 27 when Palestinian terrorists using machine guns and hand grenades attacked El Al Israel ticket counters at airports in Rome and Khadafy justified the attacks as revenge for Israels 1 raid on Palestine Liberation Organization headquarters in Tunis that killed 68 He also expressed support for Abu the hardline leader of a PLO faction widely believed responsible for the The Palestinians were compelled to take such an because they have been victimized and deprived of their he If there is an aggression on Libya then there is goodbye to peace in the Mediterranean Khadafy warned There will be no peace in the no no American military or non military Aggression on Libya means Libya will not act in a limited Libya will declare war in the Middle East and in the Mediterranean he Khadafy declared that unless Palestine is the centers of America and should be In his wideranging Khadafy described Israel and President Reagan as the nost ugly phenomena on There is no im irresponsibility and irrationality in this world like he Khadafy said although Libya assists it could not be held respomsible for the actions of Contdon Page2 New Year Brings Tragedy Mummers Parade Runs 12 Hours In Philadelphia PHILADELPHIA UPI All that is left today of the 1986 Mummers Parade are a few stray ostrich feathers and shiny sequins and the memory of the sounds of the citys finest string bands reverbating off tall city Many of those who marched in the Mummers Parade unique to Philadelphia and difficult to explain to anyone who has not actually wit nessed the spectacle rested today after their annual New Years Day strut up Broad It took 12 and before it was the thousands of holiday revelers lining Broad Street were tapping their toes to the strains of Dem Golden Slippers and When the Saints Go Marching In and Mayor Wilson Goode performed his own version of the famed Mum mers The Golden Sunrise Club went home for the fourth year in a row with the first place award in the fancy The Murray Club captured top honors in the comic the Polish American String Band strummed for first place in their division and the Saturnalians were winners in the fancy brigade The New Year was only 7 hours and Contdon Page2 Millions of Americans reveled in the traditional New Years Day ritual of parades and but traffic violent crimes and an explosion set off by a very depressed man cast a shadow over the start of In an estimated 1 million spectators lined a Sumile route to see the flowered floats and marching bands of the 97th annual Tournament of Roses while another 100 million people watched on Television coverage of the parade was briefly interrupted for the airing of peace messages by President Reagan and Soviet leader Mikhail The extravaganza was marred by a bomb scare and the shooting of a 20 yearold man who was critically wounded during an of ficials Thousands of football fans attended bowl games in New Orleans and Oklahomas 2510 win over Penn State in Miamis Orange Bowl made the Sooners the likely winner of the college national Some Mummers strutted through Philadelphia in their annual a tradition since while people watched the 12hour The 18th annual New Years Day Alcatraz Island swim in the the San Francisco Bay and a costumesoptional race sponsored by the New York Roadrunners Club in Manhattan offered an outlet for the athletically The more or foolhardy several hundred of them plunged into frigid Lake Michigan for an annual ritual sponsored by Wisconsin Polar Bear 1 got rid of my hangover real said one A proud mother was convinced she delivered the first baby of the year in the United States five seconds after the stroke of midnight in and an optimistic SpanishAmerican War veteran celebrated his 105th birthday in making one resolution to ring in another New In a very depressed man ignited natural gas from a line in his killing himself and touching off an explosion that demolished three homes and injured six At least 40 houses in a threeblock radius around the home of Donald were It looked like an atomic bomb Contdon Page 2 Weather mostly Low in the upper snow and High in the mid Chance of precipitation 80 Extended Forecast Colder with a chance of flurries partly cloudy skies Sunday and Lows in the teens and highs in the 20s to lower Arrests Mark The 97th Parade of Roses UPI A million people jammed the route of the 97th annual Tournament of Roses Parade for an eyeful of marching bands and dazzling floral floats that was marred by a record number of arrests and a bomb Its so gushed Fonya a 15yearold who traveled from with her family for the fabulous flood of Ive never seen a parade live Police made a record 481 arrests most for public drinking during the nations largest which also rang in the New Year Wednesday for an estimated 100 million television The previous record was 350 arrests in Police blamed warmer than nor mal temperatures for the unusually rowdy behavior of the The most serious act of violence was a predawn shooting that left a 20 yearold man critically wounded with a bullet wound in the Police said the gunfire occurred during an argument between the victim and two unidentified A bomb scare sparked by a volunteer seeing someone place an object on the back of the Big10 Conference float prompted Contdon Page 2 telecasts of the Rose Bowl Parade in and a third cutting into a popular soap On the topic of Star Gorbachev pressed his crusade against Reagans Strategic Defense Initiative or spacebased nuclear saying it is senseless to seek great security for oneself through new types of It is the forceful and compelling demand of life itself that we should follow the path of cutting back nuclear arsenals and keeping outer space he said in his fiveminute Reagan countered by telling the Soviet people Moscow and Washington both are developing nuclear defense systems aimed at eliminating nuclear Both the United States and the Soviet Union are doing research on the possibilities of applying new technologies for the cause of defen he If these technologies become a it is my dream that they will one day free us all from the threat of nuclear Reagan said Gorbachev would visit the United States later this year and ContdonPage2 Probe Begun Of DC 3 Crash Which Killed Nelson DE Texas UPI Federal investigators began the grim task of sifting through wreckage of a DC3 that crashed during calm sunny killing singer Ricky his fiancee and five members of his Five National Transportation Safety Board investigators arrived Wednesday to inspect the scattered along a 150yard swath cut into a northeast Texas cow Last year was aviations The first plane crash came on when an Eastern Airlines Boeing 727 plowed into a Bolivian killing all 29 people The last was the New Years Eve crash of the DC3 carrying Nelsons In the months some people lost their lives in crashes A review Wednesday of radio transmissions showed that smoke had poured into the cockpit of the disabled choking the before the plane crashed in calm weather Witnesses reported smoke was trailing from the left side of the twin engine propeller craft as it sailed over a narrowly missed two farm sheared off a utility pole and NTSB investigator Rudolf Kapustin said the agencys investigators would be at the scene for about five and it probably would take about six months to reach a conclusion on the cause of the The bodies of Nelson and his en tourage were transported Wednesday to Dallas where autopsies were One firefighter at the scene said all he could see of the victims was skulls and was on his way from to where he was booked for a New Years Eve show when the plane went clipping power lines in its plunge to Electric clocks in a house nearby stopped at enabling authorities to fix the time of the Only the pilot and who Contdon Page 2 AntiDiscrimination Law For Schools Unenforced WASHINGTON UPI Few penalties are levied against school systems that discriminate against students and employees because the Education and Justice Departments fail to enforce civil rights a congressional report Despite federal court orders requiring the enforcement of the laws and despite the mandates for en forcement inherent in the laws the administration only attempts to remedy discriminationafter enormous pressures are brought to bear upon it by the the report The released Wednesday by the House subcommittee on in tergovernmental relations and human cited one example of alleged discrimination in the Dillon County School District in South The Education Departments Of fice for Civil Rights had found three times in 1979 and 1982 that Dillon County students were assigned to regular classes in a racially discriminatory Despite its the OCR took no action against the In a federal court ordered the office to begin enforcement the report The OCR then referred the Dillon case to the Justice saying the district was in violation of the 1964 Civil Rights Act A considerable number of regular school classes are racially iden Eleven months the Justice Department told the OCR that it would take no action on the matter and sent it back to the Education Department where it remained until the report House subcommittee chairman Ted said the panel then questioned OCR officials on the case and it was taken before an administrative law The case is The subcommittee held hearings in July and September on civil rights enforcement by the Education Weiss said in a statement with the report that the Dillon County case and others we reviewed reveal flagrant examples of how the administration has derailed civil rights law Harry who headed the OCR since 1981 but lett the job called the charges Contdon Page 2 News From Around Here HOLLIDAYSBURG The Blair County Salary Board has decided to in crease the countys union employee salaries by 4 percent as of The raise is in accordance with agreements made in but the 1 effective date is unusual because the county normally is tight for All raises for nonunion personnel were also effective with the new HUNTINGDON The Huntingdon Enterprise or better known as a business has come on hard The incubator was initial ly opened by the Southern Alleghenies Commission in November 1984 with the idea to allow small new businesses to get off the ground without the weight of massive One firm was sliding into bankruptcy and another was a governmental agency that was not allowed to be in a building with taxfree industrial development The incubators an chor has not paid its rent and cant make the payments on a so they Since all this has taken the Southern Alleghenies Commission has decided to not continue its lease with Reeves Parvin owners of the enterprise Center That hasnt made the county commissioners very happy GLASGOW This Cambria County small town is looking forward to a new water system that is expected to be constructed before Remember that time of year The new system would take the place of wells being used by this and several others nearby in Clearfield The Camp Wopsononock springs will be the source of supply for the 614 homes to be affected by the new The only concern seems to be that the water system will not be large enough to allow any economic expansion in the The regional water system will cost UNIVERSITY PARK Penn State has been awarded by the Kellogg Foundation for a new agriculture and society cur riculum for students from the colleges of agriculture and liberal Courses on food production and the issues facing agriculture will be com ContdonPage2 Airport Attacks Shake Craxi Government Again ROME UPI Last weeks twin airport attacks in Rome and Vienna threatened a new crisis for Italys government as Defense Minister Giovanni Spadolini criticized Prime Minister Bettino Craxi for failing to implement promised antiterrorist who sparked the fall of a fiveparty coalition government in October when he resigned to protest Craxis handling of the Achille Lauro made the charge in an interview published Wednesday in the news magazine Labor unions at Leonardo da Vinci airport called a twohour strike today to back demands for tighter security at the facility and protest twin at tacks Friday on El Al Israels ticket counters in Rome and Gunmen believed to belong to a Libyanbacked faction of the Palestine Liberation Organization led by Abu Nidal fired automatic weapons and lobbed hand grenades in the attacks that left 18 people Libyan leader Moammar Khadafy said in the Libyan capital of Tripoli he supported Abu Nidal and warned Israeli or retaliation would spark titfortat violence and engulf the Mediterranean in Khadafy described the assaults as revenge for the 1 Israeli bombing raid on the PLOheadquarters in Tunisia that killed more than 60 Aggression on Libya means the Libyan leader head of Italys Republican resigned from the government last October to protest the Socialist prime ministers han dling of the hijacking of the Italian cruise liner Achille Lauro by Palestinian Spadolini opposed Craxis decision to allow Palestine Liberation Front Contdon Page 2 AListening Ear A Tyrone Drug and Alcohol Hotline is available to anyone who needs someone to talk a listen ing ear to help with any problem drugs or The number to call is 6841920 or 684 Also available is a support group which meets every Thurs day at 7 in the hospital con ference Pregnant and Need Help Call   

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