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Connellsville Daily Courier (Newspaper) - May 27, 1972, Connellsville, PennsylvaniaVol. 71, no. Conneu Sivile pa., South Connellsville pa., Scottdale pa., it pleasant a. Saturday evening May 27, 1972 then a fonts Connelsville veterans prepare for memorial Day this committee of the Connelsville veterans commission is getting ready for monday s memorial Day Observance and Parade in the City. Those from left kneeling Are Max c. Floto committee Man Clarence Smith commander of Walter e. Brown Post 21, vet Erans of foreign wars in Connelsville Donald a. Cope president of the Connellsville veterans commission Paul g. Fink Parade mar Shal Harry t. Jones commander of Milton l. Bishop Post 301, american legion in Connellsville. And Thomas Piasecke. Parade marshal. Others from left Are Edward Smith chaplain Earl e. Shank Ray Lambert Kenneth Keefer Ralph Burkett commander of world War i Barracks no. 2773 in Connellsville George Sperry Frank Nicholson representative of South Connelsville Dav chapter 100 Jack Kopf and Charles Foreman. The ceremonies will begin at . Monday with the traditional Bridge ceremony. Courier photo parades planned for sunday monday area services to Honor our area residents will be participating in a variety of memorial Day ceremonies during the weekend. Almost every Community is planning a ceremony and Many Are holding parades. Connellsville ceremonies in Connelsville will begin at . Monday with a Wreath being dropped into the Toughio Ghent River. At . The Parade will move from West Side to brim Stone Corner and then to the War memorial. Louis Rizzo will be the main speaker during the program at the memorial. Mount pleasant monday s Parade will form on East main St. By the Potter Mccune building and Start at . The program will be held at the mount pleasant cemetery. Judge Gilfert m. Mihalich of the Westmoreland county court of common pleas will be the project modernization fun rec Marie available m m a Low rent Public housing modernization con tract in the amount of granted to the Fayette county housing authority was announced jointly Friday by . Senators Hugh Scott and Richard Schweiker. The Grant according to Joseph p. Caputo executive director of the Fayette county housing authority will cover Gibson Terrace in Cornell Ville. Bear Wood acres and Grassland place in South Union township. Lemon Wood acres in North Union township and Dunlap Creek Village in Redstone township adjacent to Republic. The modernization will include remodelling kitchens with sufficient wiring to handle modern appliances renewing bathroom with modern fixtures Ceramic tile and new sender and waste lines installing new aluminium windows and generally updating the thirty year old units. Architects Are at work now formulating plans to get work underway As quickly As pos sible. The other members of the Fayette county housing authority Are Clarence e. Hess of Redstone township chairman James g. Driscoll of Connellsville vice chairman James e. Raymond of Browns Ville assistant treasurer and Robert e. Eberly or. And Fred l. Lebder of Uniontown. Speaker. Scottdale Scottdale and Everson will observe the Day monday with a Parade beginning at 9 . At Loucks Park. The Parade will go to the Murphy memorial Home Scottdale cemetery and to St. John s Catholic cemetery. Dunbar the Dunbar Parade begins at 10 . Monday following services at the Honor Roll at . It will go to mount Auburn cemetery. Franklin cemetery and St. Aloysius cemetery. The Rev. Max House is the main speaker. Perryopolis monday s Parade in Perry Sopolia starts at . At the vow Home and moves through the Community to the Honor Roll. Services will be held there at 10 . With the Rev. Charles h. Reynolds As speaker. Dawson servicemen in the Dawson area will meet at . Monday at the legion Marker. Services will be held at 11 . With the Rev. Marvin Watson As speaker. Vanderbilt Vanderbilt veterans will meet at 8-30 . Monday to fire salutes at the sacred heart cemetery at . And at Fiat Woods cemetery at . A Parade will begin at . At the legion Home. Fairview the first Homecoming Parade and memorial service will be held at Fairview on monday. It is sponsored by the Fairview Community Honor Roll society. The Parade will move at 1 . On route 982, about a half mile North of the Honor Roll. Sen rices will be at the Honor Roll. Speaker is John e. Spisso of Southwest. Standard Shaft two services Mil be held sunday. An americanism Parade with More than 2.000 Young people expected to participate will take place at Standard Shaft. The Parade will leave mount pleasant area senior High school at . And go to the Honor Roll at the Standard Shaft citizens club w Here memorial services will be held. Speaker is the National commander in chief of the v.f.w., Joseph l. Vicites. The other sunday Observance will be in Alverton cemetery at . Speaker will be the Rev. Robert w. Borden. Million surplus is predicted for state Good evening. Boss to his Secretary i want to congratulate you this morning miss Simpkins. This is the earliest you be Ever been Index churches 3. 4 classified 22, 23 comics. 21 crossword 15 dear Abby 2 deaths 19 Green thumb 4 Hobby 11 Hospital 19 society 5 sports 6. 7 worry clinic. 16 memorial Day j we Hope you have a pleasant and Safe memorial Day weekend. Monday being a Holiday there will be no Issue of the daily courier published that Day. Weather trip spa flip looks Rood for Imit we Pond flour Ana Cool tonight with lows in the Low 40s, sunday and monday sunny and warm with highs in the 70 and 80s. Deaths Clarence Nussbaumer of 1706 Morrell ave. Francis w. Zur of. 4th. St. Frank Shultz of 112 East North Alley Charles d. Firestone of Normal vice Harrisburg Ltd reve nue Secretary Robert Kane said Friday that last minute state income tax returns indicate there will be a million sur plus at the end of the current fiscal year. Kane said the state has received 4.4 million income tax per cent of those sex almost 1 million of them filed on the last Day. The Revenue Secretary Esti mated last week that the Gene ral fund surplus would total million. The difference be Wpc the two estimates he said was a result of an analysis of the dead line returns. Kane said 20 per cent of the almost i million returns have been processed but that the sur plus figure could be revised if the remaining 80 per cent Are not consistent. Kane said an underestimate of Pic Rico inc Lda was the prime reason for the surplus. He estimated the tax would bring in million More than anticipated. Kane said the fact the surplus is so Small definitely rules out the possibility of a personal in come or corporate net income tax Cut. Senate Republican last March pushed through a measure reducing both the personal and corporate taxes on grounds the surplus would total million. In anticipation of the smaller surplus gov. Milton j. Shapp provided for More than s17 Mil lion in new programs in his 1972-73 budget which eats up All but million of the surplus. Kane said if the governor had not provided for the new pro Grams the personal income tax could have been Cut from 2.3 per cent to 2.25 per cent or the corporate net income tax could have been Cut from 11 to 10.5 per cent. Kane said his department overestimated Revenue from the corporate net income tax by s30.4 million but that this was not reason enough to delay the scheduled reduction in the tax july. 1 from 12 per cent to 11 per cent. Rte Sam phases l and 11 of president Nixon s economic policy Cost the state million in corporate net income tax re venues. The rest of the overestimate he said resulted from credits Given corporations on this year s tax for overpayment of corporate taxes for the 1970-71 fiscal year. Nixon receive warm Welcome in Leningrad by Stewart Hensley Leningrad ident Nixon buoyed by the historic nuclear arms freeze agreement climaxing his five Days at the Moscow Summit flew to this showplace soviet City today for sightseeing and relaxation. The president and his wife arrived from Moscow to a warm Welcome from the people of place steeped both in czarist history and More recent memories of one of the nation s finest hours in holding off German forces during world War ii. From the Airport the Nixon were taken by motorcade to the shrine of the dead of that Long Brittle. Nixon in a Light coloured Raincoat joined soviet pres Nikolai v. Podgorny in a it a Monuma a to the dead. The Prici Leofil then inscribed in the guest Book the words Richard Nixon to Tanya and the heroes of he referred to the diary of a Young Leningrad girl written As she and her family slowly starved to death. Nixon with the first lady standing just to one turned to others in the party and said we Hope it is never repeated in All the a misty rain fell during the solemn ceremony. The Nixon were driven from the cemetery to their guest House an Ultra modern building with spacious Well trimmed grounds to rest and freshen up before having lunch As guests of City officials. Nixon also called in staff members. As he left Pic Kremlin for Pijie round trip to Leningrad Nixon put his hand on Podgorak s shoulder and said that was a great Day their hosts arranged lunch for the Nixon at the czarist Marzinsky Palace with Mem Bers of the City government and a visit to the Pavlov Sec summer Palace from which Czar Nicholas and his family were plucked by the bolshevik revolutionaries in 1917. Nixon flew the 300 Miles from Moscow following five Long Days of Summit sessions which produced six major agree ments including the Long awaited one to put the brakes on Tine East West arms race. Nixon am Leon Nev Secretary general of the soviet communist party reached final agreement on the landmark nuclear arms pact at a 2-hour, 25-minute meeting at the Kremlin. Late Vuick Sigil cd the accords a treaty freezing defensive weapons development and a Long term agreement to limit offensive weaponry. Eighth meeting it was Nixon s eighth coating at the Summit since his arrival in Moscow sessions five oat reaties to addition to the strategic weapons limitation. Reply to Toast soviet Premier Alexei n. Kosygin said in replying to Nixon s Toast that the United states and the soviet Union were making serious Steps toward peace but that every thing possible should be done to eliminate the hot bed of War in Vietnam and in tha Middle it was the first time either Side had specifically mentioned us in Ihui Issue in. Appeared certain that the War came up for discussion during the Summit sessions. Tiie missile control agree ments wore real prize for which came Miles and entered his name in the records As the first . President Over to pc a mos cow. Vicites wins Fayette Democrat chairmanship Joseph l. Vicites was elected Fayette county democratic chairman at the biennial convention of the county Central committee held Friday night in the Uniontown american legion Home. County commissioner car mine v. Molinaro or. Was Defeated by vicites Derk of courts and National commander of the veterans of foreign wars 149 to 95. Fred l. Lebder county com missioner and county chairman for the past four years did not seek re election. Anastasia Panone of Dunbar won re election Over Louise Cindric for Vic chairman 104 to 100. Lebder Defeated vicites for the chairmanship two years ago. Molinaro said his decision to run. Was t made until just miners meet to select candidates or election Wheeling w. A. Up Washington attorney Joseph l. Rauh jr., the closest adviser to the late Joseph a. Jock to win the United mine work ers presidency told a Conven Tion of Union reformists today the Coal miners Union should become a Beacon Light of decency and Rauh was the keynote speaker As rank and file miners mostly associated with the rebel miners for democracy fac tier. Met to select their Candi dates for a court ordered us a election of International officers. A Federal judge earlier this month voided the 1969 re elec Tion of Jmwa president w. A Tony Boyle Over Yablonski. Yablonski his wife and Daugh Ter were murdered less than a month after the election and several Jmwa officials have been indicted in connection with the slayings. Among those mentioned frequently As a possible presiden tial candidate for the Reform group were Mike Trbovich Mfd chairman and Arnold Miller a Southern West Virginia Black lung activist. In his prepared keynote address. Rauh assailed the Boyle administration As one of corruption and ugly dictatorship the Days of Tony Boyle and his whole corrupt crowd Are Rauh said yes. Tony the Walls of Justice Are closing in on Boyle has been convicted of counts of funnelling nearly in Union Money to to ii Hai and has attn mentioned but not indicted or charged in connection with the Yablonski murders. We seek this leadership of the Jmwa not for the personal gain of any Man but for what a great Trade Union can do for Coal miners and for the nation 1 Rauh added. Union a Beacon Light of decency and democracy As a yardstick for All the nation s he said. Rauh asked the delegates to the convention to put the com Mon Good of Victory above All else. I am confident that every Man Here will do just that and with god s help we shall he added. . District judge William b. Bryant who voided the 1969 election results has yet to set a Date for the new election but i i t. 1 Tania uie department As Well As the Union want it this year. Rep. Ken Hechler d-w.va., a close Friend and supporter of the late Yablonski and Strong critic of the Boyle faction also addressed the convention today. We need aggressive Leader ship in the United mine work ers of Hechler said. That s Why we need a Man who can pick up the Torch of that great Leader and Martyr the Man who had the courage to give leadership to this great he issued a Challenge to the men to unite instead of fall ing prey to the forces of in Trigue trying to Divide you. To prove once again the old Prin Ciple that in Union there is before the meeting formally convened after the committee members had finished a pc convention dinner. Lebder announced that he was t going to run again before the voting started and said that someone else should have a Chance to try their Luck at being county chairman. After the meeting he said he had nothing to add to that announcement. Vicites aided by allies including assemblyman Fred Taylor who was Defeated in last month s primary had conducted a rigorous Campaign for votes Over tins past few Days. There were reports that a great Deal of Money Chan Zed hands. The voting was done by the Central committee 244 men and women with one Absentee and three deaths causing vacancies from the total 248 regular votes. Attorney Gregg Lewellyn of Uniontown nominated vicites and seconds were received from Rudolph Zahosky of Washington twp. And William e. Davis of North Union twp. Molinaro was nominated by assemblyman Donald m. Davis of Georges twp. With second from Steve Baker of Washington twp. And Patsy Cino of Point Marion holding one of 47 proxy votes counted. Bonn nominating speeches stressed party Harmony. Atty. said Viies would provide the Unity and spirit of Compromise necessary for the future and cited his leadership. Davis said Molinaro would Compromise with anyone but capitulate with no one and praised his integrity and known leadership abilities. A motion to suspend tie rules and permit candidates to address the convention prior 10 voting was turned Down by the committeemen after being counted twice by voice vote and show of hands speech said that a 25 member county executive committee would meet monthly and that financial reports would be continued on Page 19 Gregory j. Godla top students Robert Holet at Frazier these two outstanding students will be recognized As valedictorian and salutatorian at graduation ceremonies sunday at Frazier memorial High school. Ranking first in his class of 164 members is Gregory John Godla son of or. And mrs. Frank Godla of Perryopolis. He holds a perfect 4.0 Scholastic record for his three senior High school years. He has been accepted As a pre medical student at Johns Hopkins University Baltimore my the second rank position goes to Robert Holet son of or. And mrs Michael Holet of Perryopolis. He has been accepted at Penn state University where he intends to major in physics. A commence ment rain Date is monday at the High school auditorium

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