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Altoona Mirror (Newspaper) - October 19, 1970, Altoona, Pennsylvania City edition circulation of the Altoona Mirror saturday was phone 944-7171 tote and Low in the up per 30s. Cloudy and mild. High in the mid 60s. Report Page 19 City bus Aid tag authority sets deficit at Altoona pa., monday october 19, 1970. Least one third of the estimated to be the difference be to veer the operating costs and the anticipated Revenue City Council Learned today. It would mean a budget reservation of 500, with the balance to be paid by Penn Dot. The financial picture was out lined by the authority manager Joseph Justice in the first fiscal requests being considered in the opening 1971 budget sessions be ing held by Council. Council also heard a presenta Tion by representatives of Auto Matic data processing which specializes in payrolls and later decided that going automatic is something for members to be thinking about but was not in the cards for the 1971 budget. Only councilmen Andronic c. Richard Logan and eur Sene j. Duncan were present for tie morning sessions. Mayor Wil Liam h. Prosser was absent be cause of the death of his father saturday and councilman Wil Liam c. Stouffer was stricken with a severe pain diagnosed As Gastro intestinal difficulty and was sent Home to rest. Postpones meeting Council postponed tuesday s regular meeting until 9 thursday because of the funeral arrangements and re scheduled the meetings with Conrad associates on the Park ing garage for . Tues Day John Rawlings on his downtown development for . Friday water authority and those contesting the water rates at 10 . Wednesday oct. 28, and moved to the after noon starting at o clock the meetings with City employees on salary demands. It was also reported that the groundbreaking for the general Tate authority project at eleventh Street and eleventh ave nue will Friday. Be held at 11 activities like Spring week and during the bus needs discus Homecoming May be dying at Sion or. Justice issued a sum Many colleges but at Altoona Mary of estimated costs to sup Campus of Pennsylvania state port the Penn Dot Purchase of University Homecoming is Strong service Grant based on eight or than Ever Hom comin week months actual and four months opens today estimated for 1970. Total operating costs we Didt thirty six ten cents crowned Campus Gerda mar tin of Spruce Creek is crowned Homecoming Queen of Altoona Campus by the 1969 Queen Diana Depp of Altoona As the Branch of Pennsyl Vania state University opened a week Long series of events which includes a colourful Parade of floats through the downtown Section at 7 . Today. Homecoming at Campus Egypt hardens stand Sadat won t extend cease fire search pressed for kidnappers Trudeau turns Down terrorists demands is the activities for the from expansion program announced by mercy formal plans for acquisition of Stroup of Bedford land on which mercy hospitals sen. Stroup was scheduled to multimillion Dollar expansion of speak at a luncheon session at facilities is planned were expect mercy Hospital attended by Tia to in a Mcm narc of Pili one feature of the Homecoming festivities will be the annual stage revue in the Mishler theater in downtown Altoona. Student Effort Jeff Fisher is in charge of organizing this. The show is done i completely by students and alumni they do the performing build the scenery make the costumes arrange the lighting and sound and do their own make up. The revise this year is called on Broadway and will feature old and contemporary Broadway tunes and songs such As his love makes me from funny Gonna Wash that Man right out of my from South and the Sunshine from the show to which the Public by United press International egyptian president Anwar Sadat indicated today in Cairo he would not extend the Middle East cease fire which expires 5, and said Egypt must take All measures to face a treacherous and despicable his statement to army commanders and officers at a meeting of the general com Mand of the armed forces indicated a further hardening of Egypt s position As set Forth in statements in new York by egyptian foreign minister Mahmoud Riad. On Friday Riad made a Tough speech to the United nations general Assembly in which he said the United states was wrecking its own peace initiative by arming Israel during the cease fire. On sunday he rejected suggestions that Egypt withdraw missiles from the cease fire zone along the Suez canal. Israel meanwhile lodged its 23rd formal complaint with . Cease fire observers charging that Egypt is stil pushing ahead with its buildup of soviet missiles near the Suez canal in violation o the cease fire agreement. Add missiles an israeli army spokesman in Tel Aviv said data gathered sunday showed the egyptians with soviet backing had sen additional sam2 and Sam missiles into the zone and were pushing ahead with construction and other preparatory work a new Sites earmarked for missiles. The spokesman repeated pre Vious israeli charges that i sam2s Are egyptian Manne with soviet advisers and tha the sam3s Are manned a soviet forces. Both Egypt an the soviet Union have de Nie there Are russians in the cease fire zone. Israel pulled out of the Middle East peace tasks be continued on Page 3, column 3 Hay Wagon a truck crash boy 15, Hurt one youth was slightly Hurt when a Hay Wagon full of Young sters from the Tyrone Myca was struck from the rear by a truck along legislative route 07029 a . Saturday. Four other Hurt in traffic col is invited Hurt in traffic col with the songs interconnected by the Blair coun i n a c. V re0lnn Over the de to be announced Early this afternoon by state sen. Stanley g operate judge fines Tor in fatal mishap Constance l. Bidoli 18. Of Hill Side Avenue and fifty eighth Street who was convicted last week in the hit run Accident death of Percy a. Helsel of Altoona. This morning was fined by judge Robert c. Haberstroh presiding in Hollidaysburg. Judge Haberstroh also ordered miss Bidoli to or. Helsel s funeral costs and he placed the Proba members of City Council the redevelopment authority hos Pital trustees and the news Media. Issues statement statement by Joseph c. Glas Gow chairman of the Board of directors at mercy Hospital concerning plans for expansion of that institution was issued today As follows we have invited you Here to reveal the vast expansion plans of mercy Hospital. At a recent meeting of the Board of trustees a Resolution was passed to proceed subject to the approval of the Council of the1 City of Altoona and the. Altoona Oona redevelopment authority on a re development program sponsored i by the Commonwealth of pet Syl a Vania in cooperation with the do i apartment of Community affairs j narration. Proceeds from the the to the Steven a. Adler memo rial fund. Parade in cily Proctor and miss Haurtman continued on Page 3, column 1 Homecoming Parade route featuring the Penn state Blue band 14 floats on the theme youth around the time for under local High school bands and Jaffa shrine units the Altoona Campus Homecoming Parade will move at 7 . Today. Forming at Jaffa mosque the Parade will move from Twenty second Street to Beale Avenue to Union Avenue to eighteenth Street to twelfth Avenue to twelfth Street to eleventh Avenue and Back to the mosque. By Region Over the weekend. The injured youth was Edwin e Gill 15, of Altoona who suffered minor bruises and abrasions. He was among 30 persons aboard a Hay Wagon pulled by a tractor operated by Franklin r. Lone or 39, of Tyrone re 1. Were i 11 Wavu rated by George Colpetzer 27, of Tyrone re 1, state police said. We feel that mercy Hospital i is a Villa part of the City of defendant on three years Tion. Ujj a of me City of miss Bidoli was convicted by a Altoona and the surrounding Blair county jury last week of area servicing the Hospital leaving the scene of an Accident needs of 42 per cent of the last March 23, after she struck Community. If we Are to con or Toimi a Rocino Tine to meet this and there is an apparent de Mand As one can readily see with the Logan Hills develop ment and the Evergreen Man ors development in this area which Wilt incidentally provide Over 300 housing units for fam at mercy Hospital feel we must continue to Progress with our Community and be of service to our Fellowman. Grateful to Council we Are so grateful to Al Toona cily Council that when we made our needs known to them approximately three months ago they were receptive. When it became apparent to Council the redevelopment authority the Isoard of trustees of mercy Hospital that nip funds would not be available Choso to Contact the department of Community affairs in Ita Risburg to seek state assistance in this project. At that time son. Stanley g. Stroup assured us that he would do everything possible to see that state monies were re damage to the Colpetzer truck. 4th ave., 15th st., Junta a Ronald l. Brantner 20, of 1901 5th ave. And Laurie a. Hammond 19, of Box 510, re 1, were Hurt in an Accident at . Yesterday. Brantner fobbed a French Canadian was treated at Altoona Hospital Tress brimming i for a laceration of the nose and what d d hey i for a laceration of the nose and abrasion and laceration of the right upper eyelid. Laurie re fused immediate treatment for pain and dizziness. While travelling East on fourth Avenue Juniata the Brantner or. Helsel who was seventh Avenue during the Early morning hours of March 22. The police eventually found the defendant through a broken Blinker Light at the Accident site. Came from car the broken Light came from the family Volkswagen which miss Bidoli was driving at the time of the Accident and police traced the Light to the Bidoli car arrest ing miss Bidoli for hit and run. Judge Haberstroh took the jury s advice. When members of the jury resumed with the verdict last tuesday they found the defendant guilty but recommended mercy. Judge Haberstroh told miss Bidoli the court As did the jury did not believe that she had not that she struck or. Helsel. The sentencing of miss Bidoli came just prior to the selection of a jury to hear the larceny Case against the former Republican candidate for sheriff in Blair county Donald e. Snyder and a fellow employee of the Penn Cen remains minister Pierre Trudeau emerges from his armoured Jimo usme for a special Cabinet meeting in Ottawa yesterday. Trudeau called the special meeting after the death of Quebec labour minister Pierre la Porte by assassination. Trudeau refuses to give in to the terrorists who Are holding British Diplomat James r. Cross. Up telephoto Fly actions Only i canadians alienate citizens Montreal the last Many French canadians in mixed Montreal emotions have about had the liberation front Quebec this weekend. Switched from mixed anger bitterness retribution. The catalyst was the murder of Quebec labor minister How 1 feel. This is my first time in Church in seven a writer another French Canadian stirred his Coffee in the Luncheonette and said interviewed Sun Lay going of Church or eating breakfast in downtown Coffee not one voiced support or the Fly. Mais Pourquoy mais pour Why but a French Canadian Wai in her they Hope to am what could these maniacs hink they would accomplish they j murdered an innocent returns to Church a Young girl dressed in Blue supporting government Laporte is dead Cross issues plea by Terrance w. Mccarry Montreal up the Canadian government hunted two suspect Fly kidnappers today despite the chilling knowledge find Ling them could Cost the life of British Diplomat James r. Cross who pleaded for capitulation to his captors 1 demands. But Canadian prime minister Pierre Elliott Trudeau who observed his 51st birthday sunday m a Day of National mourning and crisis indicated no willingness to bargain with the two Small bands of terrorists who hold Cross and already have assassinated que Bec labor minister Pierre Laporte. Denouncing the Fly As a Small hand of twisted men who offer Canada no solutions except Trudeau said m a television report to the nation we must expect these vicious men May attempt again to shake our but he predicted they would fail. The Fly has sown the seeds of their own he said. Spurns demand suming the demand of the Quebec liberation front which seeks an Independent and socialist Quebec the release of 23 Fly agents and the payment of Ransom m Gold Bullion Trudeau would not go beyond his earlier offer of free passage to Cuba for Cross captors if they would release the 49-year-old briton. Trudeau s government pressed Forward with the manhunt for two suspects despite the widespread fear shared by Cross that the Diplomat kidnapped october 5th would meet Laporte s Fate if police found the hideaway where he is held. Laporte s bloody body his hands bound behind him was found saturday night in the trunk of the car in which he had been kidnapped oct. 10. The discovery plunged Canada into despair. The Fly Kidnap suspects sought by police were cab Driver Marc Carbonneau 37 and teacher Paul Rose 27, who wears a Castro style Beard and is known to have twice visited Cuba. Echoes plea the above mentioned person is wante d for kidnapping the minister Pierre Laporte and the demonstrated government support of their Jove of country expect them to do it. I supported their actions up until fast night. I thought they hold him for a while him go. I was wrong. A lot of _ us were wrong Unity Canada we love read a sign held up by a photos distributed by police. The government would say i was born in Montreal and i be always lived Here but if of people that things keep on going like this around the peace i m going away to Ontario 9wer 8ree prime minister said a taxi Driver Elliott Trudeau at 4 . These Fly they Are of emerged from parliament making people in Wake he news of Center of this Beautiful City of other youths modern Century rail plan attacked Sang several passenger modern skyscrapers and Isth bars of of theuk Century gothic Anthem As the prime the another French c a n a d i a n minister s car drove off in 1 r tas v k Nothel i crowd increases acted stupidly later on in the Day the revolution has on parliament the Hill e Jumada me Kramner a Young dressed in revolution has on Parl Iamer Tommu econ Page 3, column cans answered Don t ask me1 continued on Page 3, column jewelled to about Accord to police estimates. Ution of the country s passenger train service. But backers of the idea say it is neither new nor revolution communist regimes hold key asian peace possible says Bunker i Etc. Monies were re i continued on Page 3, column 5 served for this worthy i Ellsworth Bunker by Margaret Kilgore Bunker much will depend on Saigon up Ellsworth How the War in Indochina ends Bunker . Ambassador to South Vietnam is optimistic about the Long Range prospects for peace in Asia. He believes red China North Vietnam and North Korea hold he be settlement reducing in scale and scope As North Vietnam finds it increasingly difficult and costly to them to carry on. In either Tho o u us a Cany on. In Eitner there can be peace m this event 1 think there will be a area but it will Only come about when the communist regimes n North Korea North Vietnam and Mainland China realize it is not to their advantage to promote terror and aggression in neighbouring Bunker said in an interview with up shortly before heading to Washington for consultations. Answers s questions Bunker made the statement written in replies to six questions. The text q what do you foresee in the next decade politically and militarily for Vietnam Indochina As a whole and by or negotiated gradually Uil Uedell Lull Bunker Little Simeral is held tuesday would hesitate to apply thatis Llyn True eau left the meeting Label. There is an was warmly applauded. Communist by. It is based on the same i he meeting broke up with a which will govern the new cab met decision to maintain privately run us postal service. Under the Bill which pres Dent Nixon is expected to sign on pages column 1 n silence on Laporte s death until Appi recognition among at the same time people on nerd Forline Hill were showing support of countries of the i Viii re Jicie Wilt do a continuing development of poli tical and economic institutions in these countries and a trend toward regional cooperation. The extent of military co opera lion in Indochina will be f Iii u ii111 Simiu Wing Shuppon of further regional government a band of 25 particularly in economic and of them Mem military areas. Bers of the Young socialist cooperation is already against Way and Ai Caay against i regional he Cabinet s decision to impose ing Good if the War measures act and to it gds v this regionalism is permitted t the release of separa directly related to the but on of North Vietnam and comm Sou not be inimical nist China. If the latter believe China yet at j3 it Minifay nit in Itiat i Ouilia evolve we can expect an arrested in recent raids in which would not necessarily la third world but one Whid ii we would not stand by our commitments in this area they might Well increase their pressure by direct or indirect methods. Hesitates a Label you foresee a kind of some protesters protesters an Sarne time he cohesive Young Man sve to discourage any by Mainland Chivia. I can feel Why they the q do you think there can Plant bombs it is peace with so Many of oppression the regional disputes the government is Tan Inow Bunker yes there can Bej the protesters held placards the War column 8 i a r of is to acre can be the protesters third world m Asia neither peace m this area but it will Reade repeal olme communist or anti acc minued on Page 3, column in today s Sutoova sir Trot amusements area news and pictures Page 4 31 classified ads j2-jm4-33 comics and panels 22 crossword Puzzle 19 editorials and features s Henry j. Taylor j highlights n Jeane Dixon 27 . Markets z sports 2s-2s-30 Lawrence e. Lamb 7 Uncle rav 7 women s features .2

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