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   Tyrone Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 26, 1986, Tyrone, Pennsylvania                                1815 Hill CMP one Daily Herald USPS 645800 Number 36 of Our 120th Year September 25t Per Copy Europe Declares War On Terrorists LONDON UPl Western Europe Is going to war with Their weapons hitech crime detection and communications against the and technical expertise the gunmen and bomherscan Immediate targets Include the bomb throwers who have killed nine people and wounded more than 160 others in Paris this and the 60 to 80 Abu Nidal Palestinian terrorists who West Germany says are planning new attacks on the Interior and justice ministers from the 12 European Community nations met In London Thursday in the first of three conferences between now and Christmas to explore ways to deal with terrorist attacks that have cost scores of lives and millions of by their choice of are not warriors but and should be treated as said British Home Secretary Douglas Kurd The chairman for all three SALVATION ARMY LEADERS Principals at the appreciation dinner held last night by the Salvation Army were left to right Andrew advisory board vice chairman the Norman who gave the invocation Mabel John advisory board chairman and Alfred Tyrone Honors Salvation Army 130 Supporters byPegHurd The Tyrone Salvation Army said thank you last night to 130 com munity organizations and businesses at a dinner prepared by its staff and volunteers and served in the social hall of the American Approximately 70 of the recipients were on hand to share in the festivities and be presented cer tificates of Certificates NPlant Security Firm Lied About Guards Training PHILADELPHIA UHl me company responsible for protecting the Limerick nuclear plant from sabotage and terrorist attack has been charged with lying and falsifying documents to cover up defective training of its security Attorney Edward Dennis said Thursday a federal grand jury returned the 42count Indictment against YOH Security two former YOH managers and the operator of Montco Security Officers Training defendants were accused of cheating and falsifying documents in 1984 to make the Nuclear Regulatory Commission believe security managers and guards were trained to handle emergencies when they actually were Dennis said the documents ap parently were falsified so Philadelphia Electric the operator of could meet NRC deadlines and requirements for its license to begin the startup of the nuclear plant last PECO was not charged in the In addition to the indictment also charged Gerald Williams and Dale two former YOH and Frank the president of the Montco Security Officers Training Dennis said the two YOH managers had been fired from their jobs before Limerick nuclear plant became Michael a YOH Contdon Page 2 will be mailed to those unable to The presentations were made by Alfred Frank and his wife and Mabel John chairman of the Salvation Army Advisory assisted with the presen A group of led by Ramona entertained with a precision Participating were Rebecca Tammy Tammy Shultz and Mary Ellen The invoation was given by the Norman Captain Frank reported that 8710 cases have been served during a 13 month period from July 1985 through The Franks have been serving the Warriors Birmingham and Bald Eagle area since July By far the greatest number of services have been given to with only 36 of those helped being men or women All 8710 cases involved both material assistance and client Assistance was given for the first time to 137 of the Approximately 400 students received Bible School and Thanksgiving dinner was served to 308 Christmas baskets were delivered to 130 which included a total of 439 Throughout the 286 volun teers donated 5759 hours of service to others through the Salvation Bloodmobile Nets 99 Units Of Blood A successful Bloodmobile was held at the Blazing Arrow Hook and Ladder Company on 18 when 99 donors came in to donate the gift of This turnout helped in great measure to relieve the shortage of blood in the local Bill Blair County Director of Blood Services said We have always been able to count on a real good turnout in the Tyrone Thanks to everyone who donated and to those who so ably helped at the Blood Donors receiving their gallon pias were Clyde eight gallons Sandy Miller five gallons Susan four gallons and Ronald Ayers and Alice two The Tyrone Drug and Alcohol hotline is available to anyone who needs a listening ear to help with any problems relating to drugs or The number to call is 684 1920 Also available is a support group which meets every Thursday at 7 in the hospital conference Donors were Frederick Samuel Helen Russell James Kristin Sarah Raymond Sandra Kevin Francis Nancy Joseph Gilbert Jean Warren Sandra Linda Donald Bonnie Newton Dora Wanda Terry John Kenneth Clyde Ronald Kenneth Donald J Mike Tracy Judy Marlene Lou Ann Chris D Susan Patricia John Pennabaker Russell Richard Tim James Ronald Lincoln Tammy Virginia Larry Catherine Ned Dennis Penny Charlyn Ham Nancy Lee William Holly Donald Ellen David Linda John James i Condon Page 2 outlined measures Western Europe intends to take to stem the bloodshed and economic wounds of The he is the fullest possible sharing and joint analysis of the information available to us on known terrorists and their Hurd conceded ex change of Information between West European police and security agencies had been a He indicated the next two meetings in October and early December will consider stiffer visa requirements for nonCommunity visitors and more intensive checks into the baggage of diplomats they suspect of violating immunity Thursdays meeting was requested by France in the wake of the wave of Paris bombings that have created anxiety across the capital and frightened away valued At the same according to Britains Independent Television West German State Secretary CarlDieter Spanger said he had been told by security officials the Abu Nldal terrorist organization was plotting more attacks in Europe The Abu Nldal which broke from Yasser Arafats Palestine Liberation Organization a decade has been blamed for bombings at the Rome and Vienna airports last Christmas and the Istanbul synagogue massacre Without naming Hurd said the dozen West European nations had agreed to combine their com puterized technical abilities and set up a communications hot line to try to pinpoint We must pool more effectively our knowledge of who they where they are and what they are planning new system of speedy and secure communications between European police he Contdon Page 2 Tax Bill Wins House Vote WASHINGTON UPI An easy win for tax reform in the Househas Americans on the brink of getting lower rates and fewer but a nagging question remains Will taxpayers find the landmark bill a help or a By an extremely comfortable 292 136 the House passed a historic overhaul Thursday of the nations twisted tax laws and sent the bill to the Senate Republican leader Robert Dole of Kansas said he would try to begin action President the driving force behind tax is certain to sign the measure it it reaches his A White House statement welcomed the House vote and boasted that the nation was one step away enacting the presidents 1 priority a tax system that will promote economic growth and bring fairness and equity to the tax But even though the chief Senate sponsor of the Finance Com mittee Chairman Bob R predicted it would pass the lOOmember Senate with 70 to 85 there still are nagging questions in Congress about whether the sweeping legislation is really good for In addition to limiting deductions and cutting tax rates to their lowest level in about 50 the bill would take about 6 million working poor off the tax rolls in the next five raise taxes on businesses by about billion while lowering taxes on individuals by a similar Sponsors argued Thursday that by curbing tax instituting a strong minimum tax for the wealthy and corporations and shutting down tax the plan would finally bring equity to a tax code that has ContdonPage2 Reagan Faces Fight On Sanctions WASHINGTON UPI President Reagan is locked into a foreign policy showdown with Congress over new sanctions against South a dispute opponents say he stands little chance of Reagan opposes congressional economic sanctions that he says will only harden resistance in Pretoria and undercut U influence to end its segregation policy of apartheid and has pledged o veto the bill The Democraticcontrolled House is expected to override the veto next In the where Republicans are in command Reagan has to muster enough votes to overcome the twothirds majority needed to override the Republican and Democratic sources said the president has no more than 20 Richard chairman of the Foreign Relations Committee that drafted the said he had the votes to kill Reagans 1 think they are 1 think they he said Reagan sought to diminish support for the bill by preparing an executive order that would call for some new sanctions against South He successfully used this approach last year to head off tougher sanctions proposed by Lugar supported him but the sanctions including a ban on new loans to the South African govern ment did not and Lugar and other Republicans called for tougher The economic sanctions which the Senate passed 8414 on is intended to pressure the white minority government to give the majority black population full Reputed Mob Boss Gotti Trial Begins NKW YORK UPI The racketeering trial of reputed mob boss John Gotti began with prosecutors portraying him as a man who killed to climb the ladder of success and a defense attorney tossing a copy of the indictment into a trash Opening statements were presented Thursday in the federal trial of Gotti and six others charged with running a criminal enterprise between 1967 and 1984 that involved robbery and three Is believed to be the boss of the Gambino organized crime the nations largest The leaders of three of New Yorks four other crime families also are now on trial in a separate federal racketeering In her Assistant Attorney Diane Giacalone called Gotti a ambitious man who learned that killing was one way to climb the ladder of success in the Gambino Defense attorney Bruce Cutler countered the governments case is rotten to the core and based on the testimony of He then threw a copy of the indictment into a garbage can with a loud Giacalone said then curried favor with leaders of the Gambino mob by killing a man suspected in the kidnapping and slaying of a nephew of Carlo Gam reputed leader of the family and boss of bosses of organized died in Gotti pleaded guilty on June to his role in the killing of the Jimmy and served two years of a fouryear Jimmy McBratney was a big Giacalone He was ContdonPage2 political It would ban new business investments in South Africa and the import of its and All 47 Senate Democrats voted for the bill and sources said every one will support Lugars lead to kill the along with 21 Republicans who told Senate leaders they will vote with the President Reagans 20 votes in NMSC Commends 4 Area Students Three Tyrone Area High School students and one BellwoodAntis High School student have been notified by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation of that they have been designated Com mended Students in the 1987 National Merit Scholarship Kristine of B AHS Douglas son of and John 801 General Jones Drive Samuel son of and Samuel 450 15th Street and Matthew son of and Edward Box Tyrone will receive Letters of Commendation in recognition of outstanding academic The Neil of and Michael of announced today that on the basis of performance on the qualifying test for the 32nd annual Merit Program these seniors placed in the top of more than one million An officer of which con ducts the The very high test performance of the young men and women who are honored as Commended Students in the Merit Program is indicative of exceptional scholastic We hope that NM SCs recognition of these high school students will increase their motivation to make the best use of Contdon Page 2 Daniloff Deal UNITED NATIONS UPI Secretary of State George Shultz and Soviet Foreign Minister Eduard running out of time to save a superpower have met again to discuss the fate of American newsman Nicholas Amid conflicting signals on whether an agreement was the two men held their third meeting of the week Thursday night at the American UN mission The Daniloff issue was and the issue is still not State Department spokesman Ber nard Kalb said after the 1 hour and 45minute surprise Shultz and Shevardnadze made no comment after the meeting and left immediately The meeting began just 30 minutes after Shultz told a news conference he expected to see Shevardnadze at Day Sen Dan Evans RWash an nouncing his opposition 10 antidrug legislation before the Senate We are involved in a congressional lynch mub on drug control some point but declined to say Soviet Foreign Ministry spokesman Gennadi Gerasimov suggested earlier that a News World Report correspondent detained in Moscow since might not go on trial for espionage after we do not want to aggravate our relations even Thats why we are ready maybe to discuss the possibility of some other kind of he told he can if the solution is the next plane Gerasimov cited a kind of deadline of Tuesday when Shevardnadze leaves for Shultz was leaving for Washington early today and returning Sunday leaving time for more meetings with Shevardnadze while both men attend the General Shultz said there had been a genuine effort on both sides to settle the Daniloff issue and he would prefer to resolve it personally with Shevardnadze At the same 1 think we have to be prepared for the act that that might not be he its desireable to get this matter settled as soon as possible if we can settle it on the right basis News From Around Here ALTOONA Eunice of Box Altoona RD will go to trial on charges of homicide by vehicle while driving under the in fluence of alcohol and other charges related to a vehicular accident Sept 10 that resulted in the death of Deborah of Box Al toona RD District Justice Joseph Moran ruled there was sufficient evidence for Dodson to stand Testimony in the hearing brought out the fact Dodsons blood alcohol content was twice the amount con sidered necessary under the law for a person to be Her count was said to be a passenger in the car Dodson drove into a park died from held trauma in Pittsburghs Allegheny General Hospital two days after PATTON Prince State Park officials said that their Crooked Run Campground will close on It was also reported that major renovations of the Red Oak washhouse received funding through the state park major maintenance made possible by revenue generated from camping The campground will open again the second Friday in April next ALTOONA Audiences will get a ravenseye view into the haun ting and sometimes humorous nature of Edgar Allen Poe when Theatre West Virginia plays Tales of the Grotesque at the Altoona Campus of Penn State on The dramatic production will begin at in the Step The performance is free and open to the Theatre West founded in is a pro ieaiional touring company considered the only one in their state capable of producing a wide variety of ALTOONA Edward C financial officer at the Altoona Campus of Penn recently received the 1986 Charles R Chambers Memorial Award for outstanding work as an employee of the Universi tys controllers II was the first time a commonwealth campus system employee has been named recipient of the award Rusbarsky is a 1976 grad of Penn State with a bachelors degree in accounting He bad been employed as a senior credit analyst or and as a financial officer at Penn States McKeesporl Camput from 1880 He joined the staff at Altoona in 1983 Rehnquistls Chief WASHINGTON UPI Justice William Rehnquist becomes the nations 16th chief justice and Judge Antonin Scalia takes his place as an associate justice in two ceremonies today at the White House and the Supreme The constitutional the first of two was to be ad ministered by retiring Chief Justice Warren Burger at the White House with President members of his Cabinet and the other justices in attendance who turns 62 next and then were to receive the judicial oath from Burger at an afternoon public ceremony in the same courtroom where Rehnquist was installed as an associate justice in Rehnquist would be the second chief justice to take an oath at the White House The first was Chief Justice Frederick Moore Vinson in The historic installation comes nine days after the Senate voted 6533 to confirm Rehnquist and 10 days before the start of the courts new term on the traditional first Monday in Oc tober a member ol the US Cir cuit our ol Appeals fur the District of Columbia since was approved unanimously by the Senate to fill Rehnquists seat on the The pair of votes ended one of the most bitter controversies in history over a presidents choice for chief during which Rehnquist repeatedly was criticized as in sensitive to the rights of women and considered the courts most conservative was nominated by Reagan when Burger announced in June he would retire after 17 years as chief justice to work iContdon Page 21 Weather partly with a 40 percent chance of showers and Low in the upper Light south partly cloudy with a 50 percent chance of showers and High near 80 Extended Forecast Chance of showers and thunderstorms Sunday through Warm and humid Sunday and Monday with highs in the mid 70s to lower 80s and lows in the bus Not as warm high 65 to 7b and lows in the 50s   

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