Altoona Mirror in Altoona, Pennsylvania
29 Aug 1973

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29 Aug 1973

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Altoona Mirror (Newspaper) - August 29, 1973, Altoona, Pennsylvania City edition the imitation of the Altoona Mirror a he Rilay is us 36, 3 i Ett Oona sir Trot. The weather tonight Clear warm Low in Tho mid 60h. Tea majr mostly sunny hot humid. High in the 90n. F no pit it i of if i. Hal fir in vol. How no 66 phone flit 7171 Altoona i�?T/., Vav i in i Sii a a evening Al ii St 20, 1078, i Oki v Hout pages Price ten Inis powerful earthquake Kips Central Mexico Cono Mossman at the Pauku Cong. E. G. Shuster second from left gets a briefing on the promised routes for the stretch of route 220 in the Lakemont area from left to right atty. John Woodcock president of the Lakemont Park citizens advisory Board Joseph f. Hevery Park manager Robert Deweese Penn Dot assistant District 9 Engineer and Al Laich also of Penn Dot. Cong. Shunter made an ins it Section of the Wallfield area that would to taken if the Park route is used. Another alternate route would take 90 Homes in the Garden Heights area. Power Supply Shusters ire up in of despite. R. ,. It proposed Iolite heat wave the Pennsylvania electric co. Reported no cutbacks or Power shortages yesterday in the midst of a late summer heat wave i of r site what will it be eliminate a three to six year delay on Road chairman atty. John Woodcock a a swampy Wallfield or Lake ski construction Penn Dot officials briefed Cong. Shuster on the Road Homes said. Situation before the on site in one or the other has to go in i Cong. E. G. Shuster on a tour Aper Tion which paralysed the Midwest and 0 her to a ear in Way or build it of the Park yesterday decried when the congressman arrived East sending thousands of work the sir Etc of route 220 in the what he said was a Lack of Coin at the Wallfield he said a i see it i is Home Early Lakemont area according to Mon sense to consider saving Tho in Spades what we re losing in i cts Home Early. Straining air conditioners Pusher most cities close to Power shortages or cutbacks and More of the same is expected today and tomorrow. Nearly Joo j killed Ivor 000 injured by Sii phen Downer 1 Mexico City us a nearly 400 persons were killed More than 800 were injured and two towns were almost destroyed tuesday in a massive earthquake that spread destruction across 200 Miles j of Mexico a Eastern Sierra Madres. Waverly person of the National earthquake information Center in Boulder colo., said the quake appeared to be the worst in Mexico a modern history in terms of loss of life j Interior ministry spokesman Enrique Mendoza said 393 people were killed but that More could be added to the list of dead when rescuers finish digging through the rubble. The Early morning a quake entered in fault lines deep under Mexico s mountainous Centra spine registered 7 on the Richter scale More powerful than the december 1972 a quake in Managua Nicaragua that killed 5,000 persons. The Managua quake had a Richter intensity of 6.2. Orizaba hardest he Penn Dot officials. Wallfield when it was measured this country is common the state s original decision against taking 90 Homes he said lbs Section needed for was to take the Wallfield relocate called it a various times during a ild d tic Kirk area Jug a Stream Al the Park and build jibe tour a sheer Folly and Quot Down Tagen w a a j about 3 7 Miles a new Field. But strict Federal right a cos f $15 minion. Environmental Laws dictate Henvir several Brief Shuster of the Road was not hardest hit in tuesdays a quake was the town of Orizaba which was caught in the epicentre of the giant temblor. A three Story apart. 1 ment building in the Community built 0f 50,000 persons 150 Miles East work and waiting for the Deci moot Park manager Joseph f. Sions on he filings will mean a Heverly and Park advisory Boa re Robert Deweese i Ake so sly a merger makes More sense hospitals told Garden Heights Section with in Lions added on to the estimate Cost Tong. Shuster said. Board in agreement i atty. Woodcock said the Park advisory Board was in agreement with the states original plan to take the Wallfield and relocate the Eti mated in. I i 1 y representatives of Anthony J. Rourke inc., explained their recommendations for the Altoona Hospital Long Range building plan at a luncheon yesterday for civic officials. A second explanation at a Public meeting last night in Roosevelt Junior High school Drew a disappointingly Small group of 35. Richard e. Sawyer executive vice president of the new to prescription a Winch the the Stream and build a new Field jut no expense to the Park. I Cong. Shuster said he will work in the Federal government to Lan i pursue legislation that would Al than Tho tenants asleep inside. Mexican p re s i d in t Luis j Echeverria was in route today to the devastated zone around Omaha. Thousands were left without Homes. Red Cross officials said about 800 persons were injured. Too persons a ii. Wile for Tho Low waiving in some cases the 5k?52. Jh�?o-8� w. By requirements i the <1-1 f the environmental Law. That 1980-to1995 period or. Sawyer it air Alfred d. Evangelista of pen t nn1rntal Impact statements must a a through Tho Nark arca it would i i. Clee said the company was on be filed because the Wallfield is Penn Dot assistant District Eli on i,.,j.,c Kyj so uth it ust of Mexico City Alert several times yesterday As in a recreational area. The paper Jinever temperatures Here reached 94 Wor it and waiting for the Deci moot degrees. However he said it was not necessary to curtail any loads or reduce voltage. Or. Evangelista said the Load on the East coast is great making a Generator shutdown possible. Rig cities affected Commonwealth Edison co. Ordered a 5 per cent voltage reduction in the Chicago area monday and asked for voluntary Power cutbacks tuesday the United press International reported. 1310 tuesday Power demand for the nation s second largest City was slightly less than mondays record breaking Peak Load of More than 12.4 million volts. In new York the nations largest City. Consolidated Edison placed the City on a Quot Power Alert Quot coming it May have to Cut Back Power use by 8 per cent if torrid temperatures continue. In Detroit 450 workers in Chrysler truck Assembly line were sent Home at the beginning of the Day and Soo More workers at the firms Windsor ont., truck Plant stopped work at mid morning. Some 1,200 workers at Windsor a Chrysler engine Plant left about lunchtime. Said. The Community must respond to the financing needs of the Hospital or. Sawyer said and it remains to be seen what the Community will do. Closer relationship the relationship Between Al Chelle consulting Toona and mercy hospitals must finn cited Quot tremendous deficient be drawn closer together or cies of space Quot As the Basic Rea Sawyer said. He recommended son for its recommendation that the beginning of a dialogue be the Hospital embark on a three tween the two institutions Quot to phase $20 million facility replacement program. Altoona Hospital presently has Only 64 per cent of the space it needs to provide care for its Power officials in several cities g4 bed patients continued on Page 3, column 2 Iii today a Altoona so Mirror amusements area news and pictures 41 classified ads 42-43-44-43-46-47 crossword Puzzle 27 editorial and features h highlights la Legal problems .25 More space per sch of the recommendations Are ultimately implemented the present 294 Square feet of space per cd would be increased to the recommended requirement of 461 Page Square feet per id. I he Buddie ing program would also result in expanded facilities for Laboratory radiology operating suite and pharmacy which were found to in Well below space requirements. Or. Sawyer said the firm had considered alternate Sites for the Hospital but concluded that the building program could be devel Section is strict about taking recreational areas for Highway construction. But he added that it would be Quot irresponsible for him to Quot suggest that i m optimistic about the Quot we need a he said Quot Basic changes in the Law. We need a Rule of reason feels problem extensive he said he feels the problem extends Quot All Over he create the Best resource to meet added that he would Quot put the died in que Echola in Puebla state 80 in Ciudad Cerdan 178 a in Orizaba two in Puebla and two in Cordoba in Veracruz state. Others died in scattered areas. Officials said Puebla mex a icons fourth largest City with a population of 550,000 located 80j Miles Southeast of Mexico City also suffered extensive damage. Up reporter Timothy Berry reported from Orizaba that the Swiss Stylc City was half a tractor trailer Rig is wrapped around a tree that has lost All its branches from the Force of a Tornado that destroyed a truck Stop and restaurant near West Stockbridge mass., yesterday. Four persons were killed and More than 40 injured by the twister. Up telephoto Sirica to Issue decision on tapes by Clay Richards elaborate on what that term Washington up a meant. Nine tapes subpoenaed four killed 43 injured i5v Tornado by Clarence Bassett i St Stockbridge. Mass. Humberto Guitierrez said the apr recordings of watergate h a a Unity tuesday Kiln City a 350-bed Hospital was related conversations to special month. Ii the costs Nib in the persons and upping badly damaged. Schools were prosecutor Archibald Cox. Kusec re few nitty gloves and buildings t the health care needs of the while the building replacement program was specifically for Altoona Hospital he said the design could accommodate a future consolidated medical Center of 500 to 560 Beds. Irater during a discussion of the merger or consolidation problems with trustees and administrators of the two hospitals or. Continued on Page 3, column i . Markets .14 obituaries 4k loped on the present location. Mall urged the Hospital Board cd sports tile doctor says. Women a features trustees to be guided by the Long Range building plan rather than any immediate needs. The Quot Gross i a. Air Force Jet crashes in Spain heat in in the Federal Highway or. Deweese said that if environmental Impact statements were not required the Road would either be under construction now or a Date would be Iii sight. He said it was difficult to pinpoint How Long the delays would be because Quot there Are no time limits on the environmental atty. Woodcock said the Park la it a re would not let a joining in the continued on Page 3, column 2 destroyed As scores of buildings chief . District court judge toppled Over burying their John Sirica will Rule Toda it occupants in rubble. Hundreds on whether president Nixon of subpoenaed the nine up a Tornado lore through were left homeless. Mayor must turn Over White House is of phone Calls and White h farm Jar com. E conversations last. Inning four several demolished. J Osier Side m Kheife he .leffersmtn1 were Hurt tried to offer help historical Legal Battle is certain a a answer subpoena including two critically a Nasser he said he ran to the to Appeal the decision to the a in nil a Jaisun Quot Ena j three of the dead were .jia.,t bin Rhino m supreme court which returns Hie Senate watergate com trapped in a Small Roadside Orsort of in on t h, met get which believes the tapes restaurant destroyed by the to be the Only conclusive rare Twisler it the first Tornado evidence on the presidents to Caus. Death in Massa people trapped Sirica s office said the judge know Edge f the watergate Susetts in 20 years. The fourth in. There was would make his ruling in lat break a a in and subsequent cover arson killed was a Man in a nothing i could do. I had to get afternoon in a a a to Quot a it up has Mill ted a in tar suit. Anay Winch away. A Uhalu not be a Cox and Charles Alan Wright. Quot Kowas destroyed. Orizaba was left without Bench. Serving As Nixon s lawyer. The Tornado jerked Trees out electricity or running water he a a a a argued the Case before Sirica her Ned. To Down Power rocks Des closed byways urns lines and wrecked at Leas to wrecked apartment building to pure offer help after the a quake hit. Horn its Quot i stand it a he said. A Tobel. Quot there were inside screaming summer recess continued on Page 3, column 4 supreme court bul he did not ,.sijent has it Madru up a a . Air Force Chi Jet transport plane with 25 persons aboard crashed and burst into flames tuesday night while attempting to land at the huge Torrejon air base near Madrid. The air Force said 24 persons were killed instantly it the crash nod there was one Xiii visor who suffered a broken leg cuts and Burns. The Spanish news Agency it Fin said the dead included three women. The sole survival was Hospi tailed at the air base and identified in Spanish news reports As 1st i t. William Ray. 25 the air Force did not identify him but said he had a Good Chance to live. 17 passengers Tho giant Lour engine Jet with u Row of flight ii nil i passengers was in route i rom Athens to the United states via Madrid. Spanish news reports said the passengers including three women were mostly relatives of is. Servicemen stationed abroad. The air Force said ii could not confirm tin report about the relatives. The pm a no crashed among Oak Trees Between the Village of i Lian a and Pastrana 22 Miles from the in Orreon base which is jointly operated by the Aii lories of Spain and the United states. Based at Mcguire the Spanish aviation minis try said the plane Quot lost Contact with the Torrejon control Tower at 10 50 . And crashed near Huelva bursting into Llames on Spanish Pullet sealed off the continued on pug 3, column 3 Wright said that Only the houses in the West Stockbridge Power to area decide whether his private shouted warning conversations should by made routed warning Public. To release the water John a Pons to of a it i Gate related tapes he argued. Stockbridge Aid he Wax i would destroy confidentiality looking through a window in the Between the president and his Berkshire t Ruck Plaza where aides. J three persons were killed when a a he saw the sky Darken. Security matters cited a i said a my god its a in addition Wright said a hat Tornado get under the desk a National Security matters Quot so my daughter was half und r sensitive the president would when it hit. I hit the floor my not even confide to me what daughter was Yelling a my leg continued on Page 3, column 3 continued on Page 3, column i Hank ordeal ends hostages unharmed c by Ian Wisti Kuri n prison and Brough to the Stockholm m up a six Kredi Banken Bank on Els songs Days of terror for four hostages rep Imp Day the Day he held at the Point of a bandits batched an attempt to Rob the sub machine gun in a downtown Ink and look the hostages Bank ended in five Stormy minutes tuesday when he and his convict Friend surrendered under a storm of police tear the gunman Jan Ink masks instead. Both men led Way looking tired and dirty both men were led away handcuffed to officers still wearing their last in a twp a coffin containing body of an earthquake victim is carried through rubble strewn Street following earthquake in Ciudad Cerdan Mexico yesterday. A 200-mile area of Mexico was struck by Tho earthquake with loss of life heavy. Up telephoto null tired one their bedraggled a urns bullets at police rom the three women and a Man. All 10-foot Hank vault where he was my amp a yes Wak gtd Bolding the hos Tugi it i through the door of the vault and were loaded on stretchers then asked to separate hospitals. The hostages mrs. I Rittu one Point Natl in Lundblad it 31 year old Mother tears streaming Down his face As Gas flooded the chamber he cd led a i give up. I j Ive up a a the 131-hour ordeal that at Point had the hostages pleading for their lives was Over. Police said Olsson a companion convicted Bank robber Clark Olofsson 26, also surrendered without a struggle Olofsson was released from of two Kristin embark 21, Odgren 23, and the Man even sue Stroem 23 were All unharmed Hospital spokesmen said. Continued on Page 3, column 3

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