The Pittsburgh Press from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on March 28, 1969 · Page 26
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The Pittsburgh Press from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania · Page 26

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
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Friday, March 28, 1969
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3 Receiving Honorary Pitt Degrees Borman, Kissinger, Asian Educator To Be Saluted An astronaut, a presidential adviser and an Asian educator-envoy will receive honorary degrees on Apri" 27 at a moved-up commencement of the University of Pittsburgh. The commencement was shifted from the traditional late May or June dates for the first time to fall within a few days of the end of Pitt's winter trimester term. It will be held In the Civic Arena. Honorary doctorates will go to Col. Frank Borman, commander of the Apollo-8 flight around the moon; Dr. Henry A. Kissinger, foreign affairs adviser to President Nixon, and Choh-ming LI, president of the University of Hong Kong, who has represented Nationalist China on two United Nations commissions. A t o t a 1 of 4200 graduates from April, last December and August will receive degrees. Another 500 graduates in law, medicine, dentistry and allied health fields most of whom attended Pitt on the two semester system will hold a separate commencement on May 29. v 5 COL. FRANK BORMAN To receive doctorate. TO Wib rrmourijM Friday, wurcfi W, I l I I 1 - T HENRY A. KISSINGER To be honored here. Abel Backs U. S. In LTV Battle The United Steel Workers (USW) has endorsed the Government's intervention in the takeover of Jones & L a u gh lin Steel Corp. by Ling - Temco V o u g h t (LTV), a Dal-1 a s conglomerate. I. W. Abel, pre sident of Mr. Abel the 1.2 million-member union, said yesterday he is opposed to the buildup of huge conglomerates reaching into various industries and that some steel firms . already have been hurt. He said that acquisition of old Wheeling Steel Corp. by Hunt Food and Industries, Inc. was harmful to Wheeling. Hunt has since divested its Interests in Wheeling Steel and the steel firm merged with Pittsburgh Steel Co. The Government at present Is seeking to force Ling-Temco-Vought to divest its interest in J&L. V Rep. Fish's Wife Killed In Wreck MILLBROOK, N. Y. (UPI) Funeral services will be tomorrow for Mrs. Julia Fish, wife of Rep. Hamilton Fish Jr., New York Republican. Mrs. Fish, 41, was killed Wednesday night in a two-car collision near her home on Welwyn Rd. She married the congressman in 1951. County Picks 17-Man Unit On Plumbing A 17-man board has been appointed by the County commissioners to administer the new plumbing code which be comes effective July 1. Duties of the board will Include approval of new material and plumbing inspectors' qualifications, conducting of plumbers examinations and hearings. The board also will act as advisor to the County Health Dept. in enforcement of the plumbing code. Membership on the board includes representatives of labor, industry, government and the public as follows: Three-year terms Francis T. Johns, journeyman plumber; James A. Cortese, superintendent, City Building Inspection Bureau; Robert C. Bryer Sr., township supervisors; William R. Seach, Home Builders Assn.; Robert J. Anderson, chief County Health' Dept. plumbing division, and John T. McManus, County Boroughs Assn, Two-year terms Samuel H. Law, Intergovernmental Council, University of Pittsburgh; Frank V. Scalis, third class cities; William J. Herge, township commissioners; Charles H. Klausing, mayors' assn.; J. A. Murray, professional engineers, and Delmar E. Mosely, 1312 Sheffield St., Manchester, citizens' representative. One-year terms Angelo Vento, master plumber; Charles D. Mikell, 1730 Flager St., McKeesport, citizens' representative; Robert M. Cass, building industry liaison; Samuel E. Zionts, architects, and Ronald J. Chleboski, chief, County Health Dept. engineering bureau. 'Raiding' Charged Dairy Co-op Sues ly Farm s A co-operative representing some 2700 dairy farmers in Pennsylvania, Ohio and West Virginia has sued a local milk products firm, charging the firm is illegally luring farmers away from the association. The Dairymen's Co-operative Sales Assn. (DCSA) of Pitts- burgh tiled the suit yesterday in Federal Court against Beverly Farms Inc. of 1234 Reeds-dale St., North Side. The suit charges that the dairy firm and three of its employes are rewarding farmers who cancel their DCSA memberships and sell their milk to Beverly Farms. The suit contends such practices constitute an unlawful conspiracy in r e s t r a i n t of trade under provisions of the Agricultural Fair Practices Act of 1967. DCSA, which markets its dairy farms, also charges that members' milk production to several Beverly Farms employ e s have been giving speeches in Western Pennsylvania and Eastern Ohio giving false reports of DCSA's finances. Judge John L. Miller set a hearing for Thursday to consider whether a preliminary injunction should be granted against Beverly Farms. DCSA also is asking damages in excess of $150,000. Now available without prescription THE SINGLE MOTION SICKNESS INGREDIEN'i MOST EFFECTIVE FOR ASTRONAUTS New Triptone protects against nausea, dizziness, travel sickness for hours. HOUSTON, TEXAS Speclal) Now available to the public the remarkable ingredient tested for the astronauts to prevent motion sickness. It comes in a new cap-eule called Triptone. This space ge formula prevents nausea, dizziness, and stomach upset by helping to keep the "balance control center" lovel-and, it is gentle enough for a 6 year old child. Triptone confans tht most effective single ingredient tested lor motion sefcnesj. Tested 'at the Navy School of Aviation Medicine against five other well-known motion sickness remedies, the Ingredient in Triptone was found to be the "most effective" single Ingredient. Now you can use the same remedy. Before you or your family lake a trip -by car, boat, plane or train -take Triptone. One capsule pro-j tacts for hours. ..lets you travel without fear of motion sickness Triptone -at all drug counter. THE SUPERSHIRT GOES SHEER $20 The shirt Holds an unrivaled place In the picture of fashion. It has a past, a present and a future. That future was never more predictable than In these fresh sheers by Avalon. These are only three favorites from a col-lection of dots, stripes, plaids and solids. All In a wash and wear blend of DacrorY polyester and cotton. Home's Penwlclc Dresses, second floor, and all suburban stores. I. Pin dot with permanently pleated ruffle. Brown or navy and white. 8 to 16. 2. Sheer voile with horizontal satin stripes. Brown or navy. 8 to 1 8. 3. Window pane checked classic shirtwaist with self belt. Navy and white, brown and white. 10 to 20 and l4'2 to 22V:. JOSEPH HORNE CO. .-. 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