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Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 19, 1970, Tyrone, Pennsylvania
Tyrone daily Herald number 30 of our 104th year september 1970 Loc per copy growing Progress on construction of a medi Cal office building on the grounds of Tyrone Hospital is ahead of photo taken yesterday shows How two Story Struc Ture is it is expected to be completed sometime in it will House office suites of now 16 years old the Best yet to come at tyrones Hospital by sue Obrien staff writer a projection of the future of the Tyrone Hospital shows that the Best is yet to tomorrow Marks the 16th anniversary of the admission of the hospitals first next the first baby born at the institution Adair Lynn daughter of and George Shultz of Tyrone will be predictions concerning the future of the Hospital were made yesterday by Earl who has served As Hospital administrator since within the next five Pelter the changes Here Are going to exceed anything that can be imagined right citing the eve increasing patient Pelter indicated at the present in the near future additional Beds will have to be added to the present facility in order to accommodate the he explained during the last six months of the fiscal the 57bed institution had an average of 40 persons Pelter also indicated that the completion of the medical office building adjacent to the Hospital will serve to attract new doctors to the area and new patients to the we Are always working to increase the Pelter Indi and when the medical building is the ability of desirable office space can be used to attract additional doctors to the this is a bigger Factor than most people can he went on to Point out that As a result of the need to keep in touch with events and Progress at other hospitals As Well being familiar with new the Hospital plans to continue to Contd on Page 3 b52s smash red troops in new Viet by Okuley Saigon up b52 bom Bers Friday night and Early today smashed at communist troops besieging fire support base Oreilly in South Viet name Northwest military spokesmen said today two Waves of the eight engined flying so High they could not be Beard by the North vietnamese regulars surround ing the South vietnamese dropped at least 180 tons of High explosive bombs within four and a half Miles of Oreilly barbed wire sixteen Miles Southwest of the encircled artillery base helicopter borne american a troopers killed 18 communist soldiers in the predawn dark Contd on Page 2 panthers tortured Mideast peace talks Hopes them say police by United press International two new Orleans undercover policemen say they were tortured after Black panthers conducted a Kangaroo trial last week and this was a Factor leading to a police raid tuesday on the organizations head Quad five of the panthers arrested during the raid and shootout were indicted Friday on Char Ges of criminal police in arrested Black Panther John on first degree murder charges in the slaying Friday of patrolman William the father of Miscannon was killed by a negro who pushed a pistol through his patrol car Ive got something for you i news from around Here Huntingdon state police from the Huntingdon Barracks took a 12yearold runaway girl into custody thursday evening after she had been reported missing from girl Haven near Hollidaysburg since a Motorist travelling South on route 220 picked the girl up North of Tyrone and when he became suspicious he stopped at the Huntingdon the girl was turned Over to Blair county Johnstown the state Superior court in Philadelphia reversed the Cambria court conviction of Charles la Porta Friday Clearing the Johnstown policeman of blame in the shooting death of Timothy of la Porta was convicted of involuntary manslaughter and had been sentenced to serve three to 23 but was free on bail pending a decision on his Altoona charges of larceny were filed Friday by a Meadville re 3 Man against an official and a former official of Rose Hill cemetery before a Logan Justice of the Robert cemetery president and Contd on Page 2 and shot him in the about 40 officers later riddled a nearby Panther Headquarters with bullets during a five hour a Young Panther was seriously Mclucas sentenced in new Lonnie Mclucas was sentenced to 12 to 16 years in prison for his part in the 1969 torture slaying of suspected informer Alex rack was convicted of conspiracy to murder on he was the first of eight including National chairman Bobby Contd on Page 2 three killed in Accident Pittsburgh up an englishman and his daughter and six Earold grandson were killed when their car skidded in a rainstorm and collided with a pickup in a North sub Urb of the the victims were identified As Joseph in his late of England his Rosemary of nearby who was driving the and her Szymanskiy Nicole was injured she was taken to childrens Hospital in Pitts Burgh with head injuries and possible internal the Driver of the Ralph of was treated at the Hospital and the Accident happened on Mcknight in Mccandles Are fading by Nicholas Daniloff Washington up pets for resumption of the Mideast peace talks under in mediator Gunnar jarring appeared dim today following meetings Between israeli prime minister Golda Melr and the highest officials of the Nixon there seem to be a realistic possibility that the 90day ceasefire in the Middle East which began 7 might be prolonged into the fall and these possibilities emerged Friday in a press conference held by Melr after she met president Nixon at the White House and talked to Secretary of state William Rogers at the state depart the prime minister made it Clear Israel would not return to the new York in talks until Contd on Page 2 Hussein Calls for ceasefire by u fitted press International the sem official Middle East news Agency Mena said today King Hussein has agreed to Call an immediate cease fire in the jordanian civil Mena said Hussein had promised the ceasefire to the egyptian chief of armed who had gone to Amman to act As an intermediary at the request of egyptian president Gamal a Del bitter fighting Between the jordanian army and palestinian guerrillas was in its third with the government forces using artillery and tanks against ref and mortars in an Effort to score a Quick knockout blow against the guerrillas the Mena dispatch said that president Nasser has received a message from saying that he met King Hussein this morning and that the King promised a ceasefire would take effect and the King would announce it immediate direct communication be tween Jordan and the outside world remained Cut but All Nixon delays rail strike for 60 Days Washington up pres ident heeding a labor department warning that a nationwide Railroad strike was inevitable and has stepped into the dispute to delay any such walkout for at least 60 but Nixon action did not affect a second Railroad dispute which still carries the threat of a strike next the president Friday invoked his Powers under the railway labor act to appoint a Board to investigate a wage contract dispute Between four unions and the nations negotiations in this Case broke Down earlier this week and the four unions declared a selective strike against three a Federal court ordered an end to the but it was about 24 hours before service could be restored to Normal on the three lines where an estimated rail workers left their jobs despite the court the Case which threatens to come to a crisis Point next week involves the 11yearold Issue of whether firemen Are Contd on Page 2 Woof or Western Pennsylvania mostly sunny today and highs today in the upper 60s and highs sunday from the mid 70s to the mid fair and mild tonight with lows in the reports indicated mounting carnage in the countrywide fighting now in its third the palestinian red Crescent equivalent of the red said hundreds of persons were thousands wounded and Amman had been turned into an inferno by army units firing phosphorous it called on the Arab red Crescent and International red Cross for medical Syria was reported moving armaments into Jordan to help the Yasser Leader of the Palestine Resis Tance said in a broadcast Over Damascus radio Victory is he urged his men to keep fighting and said we Are proud of your at Dawn the Damas Cus based guerrilla radio said Large numbers of jordanian army tanks launched an offensive on the Jebel Al Hussein area of it said the guerrillas knocked out four army tanks and the fighting was still going the radio also broadcast an Appeal to honest non commissioned officers and sol Diers of the jordanian army to revolt or defect to the if the fighting continues for Contd on Page 2 91 aboard freed hijacks a Jet Over a by Michael Veneti Philadelphia up Hijacker carrying a pistol and a homemade bomb forced the Crew of an Allegheny airlines 727 Jet to Fly him to Cuba Early today after releasing 91 Passen Gers a stewardess managed to smuggle a gun aboard the plane during a refuelling the a Young Black pulled a gun on a stewardess in mid flight from Pittsburgh to Philadelphia and demanded to go to police he later asked to be taken to the plane took off for Havana at after a 20 minute refuelling Stop at the Philadelphia International air where the passengers were authorities said it landed in Havana at during the a one of eight Crew men handed a note to a policeman asking could you pass me a gun stewardess handed gun a City Robert said he hoisted another officer on his shoulders and he handed a Caliper service revolver to the Stewar Dess through a Back door of the lit said the Stewar very pretty and very took the gun b closed the Baker said he hoped the Crew would not use the gun on the Hijacker to pop him if he shold turn Baker perhaps they Contd on Page 2 impressed by support donor to pay full costs of machine the Anonymous donor that had guaranteed half the Cost of a renal Day Llsms kidney machine for Danny decided to pay the entire Cost of the Benjamin Jones Secretary of the citizens fire one of the agencies that had led the fundraising announced today the working with presbyterian Pitts was so impressed by the results of the Campaign conducted Here that it will pay the full Price of the the donor that the machine would remain the property of presbyterian but will remain at Dannys Home Here for As Long As he needs when it is no longer it will be returned to the Hospital for use by another patient in need of the Jones said that this Means that All of the Money collected Here in the Campaign is available to Danny for supplies and which Are estimated at some the donor has advised Jones that of All the cases referred to Contd on Page 2 16 Curwensville 13 Chambersburg 26 Altoona 0 Huntingdon 0 Bellefonte 0 Hollidaysburg 22 control 21 Bollywood ants Ponn Cambria 47 16 state College 35 lock Havon 6 Tyrone 52 Bald Eagle Aroa 0 and still coming Danny Igou fund Over family expresses appreciation by sue Obrien staff writer tears seemed to swell in her eyes As the Tyrone woman Well never be Able to thank people the woman Edwin Igou of 104 12th Mother of Daniel Danny speaking on behalf of All the members of her expressed their deepest appreciation to the Hund reds and hundreds of people who helped my son buy a kidney at last Igou reported that the Community has contributed More than and there is still Money coming in every the which got underway August under the sponsorship of the Tyrone area High school class of 1965 and the citizens fire was designed to raise needed to Purchase the lifesaving renal dialysis or kidney machine for 23year old the total Cost of machine and maintenance for one year amounted to with the remaining Hall to be contributed by an Anonymous door affiliated with the presbyterian University where Danny was a Igou explained because the fund drive has far exceeded its original the remaining Money will be used for the maintenance of the Danny reported that it will Cost an estimated annually for the Upkeep and supplies needed to operate the saving donors everywhere it seems like the donations came from almost everywhere Igou indicated As she thumbed through a Large notebook in which All the donors names have been of this Doest include the names of people who contributed in the downtown canisters and other she so if s easy to see Why Well never be Able to thank everyone in addition to the contributions came from Al state port Homer York and Camp contributors included persons from Ohio Warner North and we also got a letter from Anna Lender of Contd on Page 2
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