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Indiana Gazette (Newspaper) - May 11, 1990, Indiana, Pennsylvania Homer hikes taxes pm airs staff cuts Page 1 Section 2 Friday May vol 222 Clearing and Cool tonight in creasing cloudiness with a Chance of showers late in the Day saturday see Page 10 inside Check yourself Check it out the latest at the supermarket will let customers become at the checkout Lane not Only for bagging they will be Able to run packaged products Over a scan Ner and weigh their own pro Duce before going to a Central cashier see today family Page Pheba future an agreement Between the Pennsylvania Treasury and the states student loan Agency will Rescue a popular loan program for the next school year but its future stability remains Uncer Tain Story on Page 5 its snowing a Winter like storm continued to dump Snow on Michigan Early today and rain fell in Northern new England the Snow that fell in upper Michigan was part of a storm that has brought record Spring snowfall to the great lakes Region since late wednesday Sec weather Roundup and fore cast on Page 10 big eighth the Cincinnati reds look care of the Pittsburgh pirates five game winning Streak in emphatic fashion thursday night at three Rivers stadium exploding for eight runs in the eighth inning to erase a 21 deficit and Post a 104 Victory details on Page 12 Ray Lockard Dies Raymond f Lockard of Heil Wood retired superintendent of the Penns Manor school District died thursday at the Indi Ana Hospital he was 86 or Lockard in addition to his Long career in education was an athletic coach and had been inducted into the Indiana county sports Hall of Fame a Complete obituary appears in today Gazette obituaries on Page 7 Grindle Richard 68 Harper Woods Mich Layman Earl 71 Ebins Burg re 1 Lockard Raymond 86 he i i Wood Rhea Louise Whitesell 75 817 Indiana Salisbury classifieds 1722 dear Abby 3 entertainment family 6 lottery numbers 4 regional 11 sports 1215 stocks 4 to comics 16 viewpoint 2 weather 10 parents who spoil kids completely Are guilty of heir pollution 22 pages 2 sections 1990 Indiana printing and publishing company Indiana a thirty five cents Casey blasts Aetna for pullout Harrisburg a despite a written admonition from gov Robert p Casey Aetna casualty and surety co said it did nothing wrong in pulling out of Pennsylva Nias car insurance Market and will continue notifying customers that it will not renew their policies Casey on thursday sent a strongly worded three paragraph letter to Aetna president David a Kocher criticizing the company decision to abandon its Pennsylvania customers in the letter Casey said the company decision to withdraw from Pennsylvania violated state Law and displayed an arrogant and callous disregard for our state and your policyholders if you persist in your decision i hereby put you on notice that Pennsylvania will use All remedies against your company which the Law allows to protect the Aetna policyholders in our state and the Broad Public interest of All our Casey said in the letter Aetna the states fifth largest insurer said Pennsylvania new car insurance Law would cause it to lose million during the next year the company also asked the court to Block the state insurance department from trying to foil its exodus from the Cari sur Ance Market the insurance department filed a cease an desist order on thursday against Aetna to Force it to Stop sending out renewal notices and to reinstate customers who Are dropped Aetna then asked the District court in Philadelphia to Issue a temporary restraining order to Block the departments order under the new Law which was enacted in february All motorists rates will drop july 1 by 10 percent or by 22 percent if they give up their rights to sue in most cases a Secretary for Kocher at the company see Page 4 column 1 state police arrest 27 at Valley Coal co mine walkouts continue elsewhere or James h Mccormick left Chancellor for the Pennsylvania state system of higher education is shown with up president or John Welty at a press conference thursday Gazette photo by Bechtel Belsano state police from the Ebensburg station say 27 United mine workers Union members were arrested thursday at the Valley Coal company no 16 mine near Belsano Cambria county the mine and the company other nonunion operation near Heil Wood in Indiana county has been the site of disturbances and alleged vandalism since members of Jmwa local 1610 went on strike against the Alverd abased Coal company in a gust 1989 police said the men arrested thursday were charged with Indi rect criminal contempt of a court order intended to limit to five the number of pickets near the mine Entrance following arraignment Cambria county judge f Joseph Leahey released the 27 men on their own recognizance but warned they would be jailed if arrested again on the Coal company property police identified those arrested As James Sabella Barnesboro John Mccullough Summerhill Leonard Hartman and Samuel Jacobsky twin rocks Ronald Dugan and William Rodgers Nanty Glo Gary Shultz Revloc Bruce Davis Span Gler Thomas Hegedus John Shes Tak David Turous and Mello Mash Vintondale Clair Michaels and David Spiaggi Vintondale re 1 Leroy Long and Carl Myers South Fork re 1 Aloysius Natcher Ebens Burg Anthony Movinsky Westover re 1 Robert Hegedus Mineral Point re 1 Frank Hegedus Homer City re 1 Michael Oros Strongs town Joseph Cunningham and Wil Liam Vrana Barnesboro Gregory Mccormick defends state system by Randy Wells Gazette staff writer or James h Mccormick the Chancellor for the Pennsylvania state system of higher education thursday partially agreed with up faculty and staff who said the state related schools face some serious underfunding problems but in Spile of the need for an increased infusion of state Aid or Mccormick said the 14 universities in the system continue to provide Fine teaching and other academic services to the systems Stu dents or Mccormick visit to Indiana came one Day after up faculty and staff rallied in the Oak Grove on Campus to protest what they de scribed As outdated equipment deteriorating buildings crowded classes and Low salaries we have serious needs in this system in terms of said or Mccormick a Plumville area native and himself a 1959 up graduate during an informational meet ing at the Gazette thursday i estimate the total need most conservatively to be around million we even estimate if the buildings were placed in Good Condi Tion we should spend about million a year just keeping them or Mccormick said ashes Board of governors issued a 199091 general appropriation request of a percent increase Over this year but after reviewing the appropriations request or Mccormick said gov Casey is consid ering an increase for she of Only about percent part of that increase would come from the governors tuition Challenge Grant a pledge to provide in stale Aid for each student if the system holds tuition increases to or less up president or John Welly said Lups share of that state Money would be million an increase of million or about percent Over this year while were trying to be fair and while i agree with a lol of the things presented at the rally i think we should Point out the biggest increase weve had in Many years was last year Wilh the 8 percent or so we or Mccormick said and really As we look at the governors recommendations for our stale system in terms of the operating budget we really did a Lille belter than the other segments another positive Point or Mccormick added was the approval for the construction of a new Square fool business Depar Lenl building for the up Campus expect led to Clear the design phase in the next 12 to 15 months throughout the 14school system there is an average of 297 Square feel of classroom space per student or Mccormick said bul Al up there is Only about 213 Square feel of class room space per Slud enl despite the physical Plant prob lems throughout the system or Mccormick considers the Quality of Insl Duclion at the schools to be undiminished i still believe there is very Fine teaching going on and that the academic programs in terms of faculty and the Library those things Are really very Good the see Pago 4 column 6 seven die As philippine Jet catches fire Manila Philippines a a philippine airlines Jelliner exploded and caught fire Loday Asil prepared to Lake off with 119 people aboard killing seven people and injuring More than 80 officials said survivors spoke of up to three blasts aboard the Boeing 737300 and a senior official said it was possible a bomb had been placed on the plane Al least three Large holes were left in the roof and flames gulled the Interior the Iwin engine plane was being Lowed to the runway when in was rocked by an explosion said Enri que Santos vice president of Philip Pine airlines the Cabin filled with smoke bul most passengers escaped by sliding Down emergency chutes before flames engulfed the plane he said passengers said some people panicked and trampled one another Rushing for the exile there was an explosion in front of me and there was a very bad said passenger Isidro Reta so 33 of Iloilo so i immediately rustic Buffet sunday reservations 4654583 payday dance tonight at cycads dance Blairsville eagles Friday hanging baskets and Flowers for mothers Day Hills of Home 3975537 opened the emergency exit i was the first one Oul of the plane they were still demonstrating the safely equipment when in occurred there were three explosions loud explosions and the ceiling shuddered on the second explosion i immediately opened the emergency exit the bodies of six adults and one child were found inside the burned Oul Cabin said de Carrascoso Man Ager of Manila Doc slip Airport he said were either killed by the blast or died of smoke inhalation at least 82 passengers were Ireal de for injuries Al the Airport clinic according loan airline employee Alfredo Estrella most suffered slight sprains and bruises leaving the plane he said the plane was bound for Iloilo 290 Miles to the South with 113 Passen Gers and six Crew members aboard it was not known How Many foreign ers there were among the Passen Gers although aul homilies said a japanese Man was ire aled for Burns mothers Day Flowers Burkett Nursery Indiana 4630363 Beautiful hanging baskets fresh Vine Ripe tomatoes Yarnick farm 3493904 do you like surprises june 18 aaa mystery bus tour 3494193 Hankinson greenhouses ready for mothers Day hanging baskets More open 88 every Day muscle men body building int just for big boys anymore from left Christopher Knight Daniel Howie Ronnie Garris or and Jay Brown strike poses in the Small Fry division at the or and is Union county body building championships saturday at Forest Hills High school in Marshville a laser photo pick up your Dairy Queen mothers Day cake today Brown hotel open mothers Day free gift 4630881 Jel la Zollies Blairsville mothers Day reservations Call 4598311 mothers Day at classroom restaurant sunday Buffet 91 and dinner specials Rose inn dinner feature tonight Beer Batler fish brunos gift certificates Are the perfect mothers Day present hair design by Margo 4633245 mothers Day Flowers hanging baskets vegetable and bedding plants Franks Flowers Wayne ave Mcdermott Marsteller Waller Bober Johnstown Paul Dixon Johnstown re 6 and John harsh Berger Portage Sabella and Mccullough Bolh Jmwa Dis Ricl ii Surdis Ricl Board members were also arrested Mon Day and charged with violating a court order at Valley coals Leonard run mine meanwhile apparent Solidarity walkouts by other District ii miners continue around the area today Rochester Pittsburgh Coal co spokesman Hank Waneck said this morning about 700 miners remain off their jobs Al subsidiary operations today at the Helen mining company near Homer City spokesman Mark Lucas said 236 miners Are still away from their jobs the writing was dark and Stormy san Francisco a theres a novel Here somewhere buried deep in a Mountain of opening lines an Everest of literary lunacy by writers trying to be As bad As they can be and succeeding and whether scrawled by hand or written on word processors they All vied in the ninth annual Bulwer Lytton fiction contest a Celebration of mangled language in the name of a 19th Century novelist Linda Venn a housewife in Newark copped the grand prize this year with her mixed metaphors and overdone images san Jose state University English professor Scott Rice announced thursday Rice the contests originator called Vernon purple prose an example of a writer getting car ried away with figures of if youre Reading aloud take a breath and give it a try Dolores breezed along the sur face of her life like a Flat Stone forever skipping along smooth water rippling reality sporadically but oblivious to it consistently until she finally lost momentum Sank and due to an overdose of fluoride As a child which caused her to suffer from chronic apathy doomed herself to lie forever on the floor of her life As useless As an appendix and As lonely As a Barbell in a steroid free fitness Vernon a 38yearold Mother of three who taking writing courses won a word processor it takes a lot of Talent to be a bad she said this is a Good Start but i Hope this is not the Peak of my runner up Richard g Carter of Hampton took a More gruesome tone since both parties demanded sole custody in the Frankenstein see Page 4 column 1 rustic Buffet sunday reservations 4654583 country Kitchen restaurant 422 Indiana mothers Day feast reservations 4657440 kangaroos surf and turf tonight Stony Bank at the Bridge in Cly Mer today crab cakes saturday breaded pork chops sunday Moth ers Day Buffet

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