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Altoona Mirror (Newspaper) - October 19, 1970, Altoona, Pennsylvania City edition the circulation of the Altoona Mirror saturday was a 3621 a Toona she Tarot. The weather tonight fair and Cool. Low in the upper 30s. Tuesday mostly Cloudy and mild. High in the mid 60s. Compete or port. A 19 vol. 86�?no. 107 phone 044-7171 Altoona pa., monday october to 1070. A thirty six pages Price ten cents search pressed for kidnapper Trudeau turns Down terrorists demands authority sets deficit at 112,540 the Altoona amp Logan twp. Bus authority in 1971 will need at least one third of the $112,540 estimated to be the difference Between the operating costs and the anticipated Revenue. City Council Learned today. It would j mean a budget reservation of $37.-500. With the balance to be paid by Penn Dot. The financial picture was outlined by the authority manager. Joseph Justice in the first fiscal requests Beine considered in the opening 1971 budget sessions being held by Council. Council also heard a presentation by representatives of automatic data processing which specializes in payrolls and later decided that a going automatic is something for members to be thinking about but was not in the cards for the 1971 budget. Only councilmen Andronic Pappas c. Richard Logan and Eugene j. Duncan were present for the morning sessions. Mayor William h. Prosser was absent because of the death of his father saturday and councilman Wil i Bam c. Stouffer was stricken with1 a severe pain diagnosed As a Gastro intestinal difficulty and was sent Home to rest. Postpones meeting Council postponed tuesdays regular meeting until 9 . Thursday because of the funeral arrangements and rescheduled the meetings with i Conrad associates on the Park-1 ing garage for 1 30 . Tues Day John Rawlings on b s downtown development for 9 30 . Friday water authority and those contesting the water rates at to . Wednesday oct. 28, and moved to the afternoon starting at 1 30 of clock the meetings with City employees on salary demands. It was also reported that the groundbreaking tor the general state authority project at eleventh Street and eleventh Avenue will be held at la . Friday. During the bus needs discussion or. Justice issued a summary of estimated costs to support the Penn Dot a a Purchase of services Grant based on eight months actual and four months estimated for 1970. He listed total operating costs at $531,540, including $390,720. Labor $47,000, materials $9,120, tires $19,000, health and life insurance employee benefits according to the new contract $7,700 utilities and service $14,000, insurance taxes and diesel fuel tax $1,800, workmen a compensation continued on Page 3, column 4 la Porte is dead Cross issues plea crowned Campus Queen miss Gerda Martin of Spruce Creek is crowned Homecoming Queen of Altoona Campus by the 1969 Queen Diana Depp of Altoona As the Branch of Pennsylvania state University opened a week Long series of events which includes a colourful Parade of floats through the downtown Section at 7 . Today. Activities like Spring week and Homecoming May be dying at Many colleges but at Altoona Campus of Pennsylvania state University Homecoming is stronger than Ever. Homecoming week opens today. The activities for the week Long Homecoming event have been planned to a Large part by the three student chairmen. Anne Kauffman a Sophomore in fashion merchandising from Lewistown Jeff Fisher a Sophomore in the division of counselling from Whitehall and Terry Proctor a Sophomore in prelaw from Bethlehem. Expansion program announced by Mere Fly actions Only alienate citizens formal plans for acquisition of land on which mercy hospitals multimillion Doliar expansion of j facilities is planned were expected to be announced Early this of. Lemoon by state sem Stanley g. Judge fines operator in a i fatal mishap Constance l. Bidoli 18, of Hillside 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 $200 by judge Robert c. Haberstroh presiding in Hollidaysburg. Judge Haberstroh also ordered miss Bidoli to or. Helsell a funeral costs and he placed the defendant on three years probation., a a miss Bidoli was convicted by a Blair county jury last week of leaving the scene of an Accident last March 22, after she struck or. Helsel who was crossing 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 arresting miss Bidoli for hit and run. Judge Haberstroh took the jury a advice. When members of the jury returned 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 known 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 continued on Page 3, column 5 Homecoming Parade route featuring the Penn state Blue band 14 floats on the theme a youth around the world a time for understanding a 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. Communist regimes hold key asian peace possible says Bunker Ellsworth Bunker

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