The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on October 26, 1970 · Page 2
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TWO TKi DAILY COURIER. CONNEILSVIHI, FA. MPNOAYVOCTOBM 24,Xlt70 Hobby Happiness COINS: By PAUL J. WEIS Copley News Service ' ·*· Four of the" coins from India's nine.coin set have been redesigned for 1970. · In 1969, the first year that ·India offered a proof set, the likeness of Mahatma Gandhi : appeared on the four larger ·denominations. However, since -the 1969 prof set was a commemorative issure, noting the biriii.of Gandhi, new designs . were created for the 1970 '. - ' \ "coinage. . " . - . - ' - The new obverse or face of - - two of htese coins win reflect " "' 1 the design of the FAQ coins - issured by India. These coins "depict the legendary lotus : . blossom agniyfing purity and . fertility and a prominent refigi- jous symbol of both modem and - . r ancient Indian culture dating - 1 · - "back as early as foe Third " - £entury B.C. On tbe other - -two redesigned coins the " - : · · · -portrait of Gandhi was replaced - - - iy the Kunierieal designation ;;- ;pf the denomination. ; " " ; ' " ' Appearing on the reverse of ." - " ^11 nine coins is the impressive - - Asofca Pillar, the national symbol of the Indian republic, The three lions, whose bodies are joined, represent Eternity-the Past, Present and Future of India. ' :| . TJie 1970 India proof set was struck by flie India Mint Bombay. The extremely brilliant, mirror-like corns com prising this set nave been mint fid especially for fte co-Hector utilizing only selected, highly polished dies and planchets. This special collector's issue wiH contain all nine denomina ions of India's coins, each of the same brilliant proof quality India's coinage caa be tracet Attacks on Police Blamed by Mitchell On Radical Rhetoric back Alexander the Great over 2,000 years ago. The newly designed coins of the proof set,. however, comprise only the second proof set ever issued in the republic's history. Contained in this set is the desirable 10-rupee piece of .8000 fine silver composition. Collectors desiring further information can write to Paramount International Coin Corp. of Englewood, Ohio 45322. This firm is the exclusive agent in the United : States for proof coins of India. The government of Somalia has detailed the specifications for its contribution to the food- coin plan of the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization, its participation in the pro- more than a year ago.. ^ The coin, which carries a face value of five shillings, re p r e s e n t s a aew ;high denomination for Somalia, a country on the northeast hon of Africa formed in 1960 b; a union of the former Britisl protectorate and Italian tnis territory ,of the same name It is slated'for issur on ^ 25th ansiversary of the FAQ's formaton. The obverse of the coin wil carry tiie country's arms in the center surrounded by the country name, and date in both English and Arabic characters This design is attributed to Michael Rizzeflo, and is the same as was presented on the obverse of Somalia's regular issue coinage of 1967. This Funny World* WASHINGTON (UPI) --Attorney General John N. Mitchell says radical rhetoric is contributing to a wave o: attacks against policemen, bui he does not believe there is a national conspiracy against police. "Where g r o u n d you have newspapers under- saying things like 'off the pigs' and where individual groups are encouraging attacks, the constant repetition of this dialogue has brought about more attacks on police," Mitchell said at a rare meeting -with reporters. Mitchell appeared with Quinn Tamm, executive director of the_ International Association of Chiefs of Police, to announce a conference, of top local and state .law enforcement personnel ' with Justice Department officials. Mitchell told newsmen lie did not believe there was a national conspiracy against police in the sense that anarchists had organized to attack the police. He did not elaborate. '"flhese lawless acts cannot be allowed to continue. The conference we are arranging will allow us to work more closely together and for a common purpose," he said. Today's Almanac By United Press International Today is Monday, Oct. 26, the 299th day of 1970. . The moon is between its last quarter and new phase. : The morning stars are Mercury, Mars and Saturn. The evening stars are Venus . and Jupiter. Those born on this date are trader the sign of Scorpio. On this day in history: . f In 1825 America's first manmade waterway, the Erie canal, was opened for traffic between Buffalo, and Albany, N.Y. In 1920 Terence MacSwiney, Lord Mayor of Cork, died after fasting 75 days in a prison cell, demanding independence fori Ireland. · ' ' . · " ' . In 1942 the Japanese sank the American aircraft carrier' Hornet off the Solomon Islands in the Pacific. In 1966 President Lyndon Johnson, after a conference in Manila, made a surprise visit to troops in Vietnam. A thought for tday: Irish poet Thomas Moore said, "Ask a woman's advice and what'er she ,.advises, do the very reverse and ^you're sure to be wise.",/ ··" "'··/' The Daily Courier, 127 West Apple St., Connellsville, Pa. 15425. Published daily except Sunday, by The Courier Co., Inc. Second Class postage paid In ConneJlsville, Pa. 15425. By carrier, 60c per week. By mail, F a y e 11 e, Westmoreland, Somerset Counties, $2.00 p e r month; $5.00 for.three months; $9.50 for six months; $18.00 per year. Beyond Fayette, Westmoreland, Somerset' Counties, $2.25 per month, $6.00 for three months; $11.00 for six months; $21.00 per year. All mail subscriptions payable In advance. is a /special design created by British coin designer. Christopher Ironside; It\ depicts a grouping of livestock (goat, cow and sheep) amid the setting of food crops (maize, grapefruit, bananas and sorghum). Legends around the foods note the value and include the words "Grow More Food" in both English and Arabic. . The coin is a 38mm, milled edgei eupronickel piece being struck by London's Royal Mint. Intended primarily as a commemorative issue, the coin is being struck in a 100,000 quantity, with 1,000 to be proofs. CoBectors may purchase specimens of the coin direct from the Somali National Bank, P.O. Box Mi Mogadishu, Somalia, or from the Crown Agents Coin Bureau, St Nicholas House, Sutton, Surrey, England. Uncirculated coins are priced at 90 cents,; U.S. funds, with a 20 per cent discount extended on orders for 50 pieces or more/ Proofs are priced at $6 each, with no discounts. A 30 cents per .order charge is made for handling. Uniontowit Man Struck by Bus An_ elderly Uniontown man was hospitalized after he was at by a bus at the TMontown erminal Thursday morning. James Dalisaodrelli, 78, of Montown, was hit by a ireyhound Bus as it was backing out of fine terminal, ac- '·ording to reports. He was admitted to Union- own Hospital. "I've heard of double vision. I've heard of double vision. But double hearing? Never! But double hearing? Never!" Gets Internal Look At Political Boss In Drink of Water SYRACUSE, N.Y. (UPD- Larry Kurlander, 'campaign manager for Democratic attorney general candidate A d a m Walinsky, literally got an eyeful I of his boss. Eurlander swalowed Walinsky's contact lenses. Walinsky had put them in a glass of water overnight. Kurlander, not realizing the lenses were in the glass, drank from it. 5 Walinsky, who had another pair sent from his Home by plane, was late for his first news conference in Syracuse. URGES CRISIS WALKING-Appearing before the Senate Public Works Subcom- m i t t e e in Washington, Transportation Secretary John Volpe says the U.S. face* a "total transportation crisis" and suggests Americans leant to walk. COUNTRY and WESTERN MUSIC JIM-BO and the MULESKINNERS TONITE 9:30 'til 1:30 PLAZA LOUNGE CONNELLSyiLLE SHOPPING CENTER New Entertainment The Lebanese Club Frw Transportation--7:M Snowmobile Races February 2 0,21 MEYERSDALE -- Meyersdale has been; chosen the scene of nationally sanctioned snowmobile races in 1971. The .United States Snowmobile Association ias; agreed id sanction the races, at ; the Somerset Coun- y Fail-grounds on Saturdty and Sunday, February 20 and 21. They will be sponsored y the Pennsylvania Maple Festival -Inc. of which Charles ledrow is president.- Robert Edwards; elementary school principal, wiD plan the races. COMING SOON AN ALL NEW . TRI-TOWN HOTEL CONVENIENCE MARKET and DAIRY BAR Jailed After Threat To Burn Interior Of Union Offices · , A i ' ' PITTSBURGH (UPI) - An unemployed laborer, who had threatened to burn up a union office and himself was held today on a change of attempted arson. . v Police said Thomas Echols, 46, of the city's Hill District, poured two five gallon cans of gasoline into;a hallway'in the fifth floor of fl« of Local m the CooBtructtw Echols lit matches, holding police, and uoioa officials at bay. He shouted angrily about lack of work. Police said he finally put the matches .down w h e n a, fireman climbed through the office window from an aerial ladder and said: "Don't do it buddy -- we're with you ar the, way.": A union off itial ~said Echols recently bad made threats because work had been scant. ENTERTAINMENT TONIGHT EARLY :45 17:15 REGULAR Lucky 21-3 Ways Special 10-15-25 54-300 Connellsville Twp. 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