Evening Herald from Shenandoah, Pennsylvania on April 6, 1972 · Page 16
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PAGE SIXTEEN EVENING HERALD OF SHENANDOAH ASHLAND-MAHANOY CITY- THURSDAY, APRIL 6, 1972 Bangladesh Agony otf By PHIL NEWSOM UPI Foreign News Analyst For many of the more than 70 million inhabitants of Bangladesh independence has meant exposure to profiteers, looters, starvation and other ills attendant upon a government in paralysis. And the fact that some 60 of the world's nations, including the United States, have recognized the new nation does little to ease the agony of its birth. In Dacca, Prime Minister Sheik Mujibur Rahman receives TiVAVUUfliU 4 DAYS FRIDAY THRU MONDAY! Shows: 6:30 48:30 Walt Disney's "SOHG OF THE SOUTH" See a TERRA JET 4-Wheel Drive Amphibious FUN MACHINE On Display In Our Lobby wi'l ELKS, NOTICE! All members of Ashland Lodge No. 384, B.P.O. Elks are requested to meet at the Elks Home, Ashland, at 7:00 p.m., Friday, April 7, to proceed to the McDonald Funeral Home, Girardville, for services at 7:30 p.m., to pay our last respects to our late lamented brother, HARRY LUSCAVAGE John J. Fdnelli, Exalted Ruler Earl W. Winger, Secretary W BOHORAD'S 6-8 N. Centre Street Pottsville The Region's largest and finest exclusive Men's Store Charge Your Purchase With A BOHORAD Easy-Pay Plan. No Service Charge to 90 Days. BANK AMERICARD and HONORED an endless line of petitioners, each of whom must lay their troubles before him, and makes government decisions down to the smallest detail. It is not the way to run a government. Under these enormous pressures it is little wonder that Sheik Mujib tells visitors he is feeling worn out and ill. Worst of all, he is considered the one man capable of holding Bangladesh together. Although the United States accorded diplomatic recognition to Bangladesh only belatedly, it has been among the most generous of the world's nations in its offers of aid. 1350 Million Pledged Total aid pledged by all sources comes to about $350 million. Of this, U.S. aid comes to about $100 million, including grains, vegetable oils, emergency shelter supplies and a little more than $35 million to help move emergency food supplies out of clogged ports and into the hands of those facing death from starvation farther inland. Despite trailing far behind the United States in the total of its aid, the Soviet Union has taken advantage of the U.S. delay in according formal recognition to move far ahead in the propaganda field. Mujib has lifted the ban on communism and Soviet-Bangladesh friendship societies have sprung up throughout the country, leading the attack on the United States as an enemy Ashland ministerium to offer play tonight The Ashland "Area Ministerium, in conjunction with its "Faith Through the Arts" series, will present John Osborne's "Luther," a play to be performed by the nationally acclaimed Alpha-Omega Players in St. John's Episcopal Church at 7:30 on April 6. Starring in "Luther" will be Barbara Lowry, Jim Graved, BOHORAD'S KNIT SUITS To Judge Them, try them on! Bohorad's tailoring superbly contributes incomparable comfort, excellent fit and refined appearance to these uncommonly choice knit suits. The rich colors and patterns highlight their tasteful styling. Stop in and try one on, for the ultimate in the art of fine clothing . . . KNIT SUITS from 79.95 KNIT SPORT COATS from 59.95 KNIT SLACKS from 14.00 famous brands PARK FREE! Ask Salesman for FREE Parking Stamps! MASTER CHARGE HERE! birth of Bangladesh and backer of Pakistan. It has been estimated that nearly 230,000 tons of food lie aboard ships in Bangladesh harbors, kept there by a shortage of transport and a web of bureaucratic red tape much of which is attributed to United Nations headquarters in New York. Toni Hagan is the Swiss head of U.N. relief operations in Dacca. He asked for 30 barges to move food inland and got two. No Storage Place He estimates $30 million is needed for bridges, culverts and 5,000 trucks to carry food supplies. And as of today, even if additional badly needed food supplies were to arrive, he would have no place to store it. The difficulty is that most of those attempting to administer Bangladesh are amateurs. Thousands of East Bengal technicians still are being held in West Pakistan, apparently as hostages for future peace negotiations. The personality of Sheik Mujib has been the glue which held together Bangladesh's largest party, the Awami League. But the league is breaking down into factions and many of its lesser leaders are accused of open profiteering. It's a sick country which needs considerably more than diplomatic recognition to assure survival. Scott Avery and Craig Torrence. The Alpha-Omega Players, Repertory Theatre of America, has performed in 45 states, has traveled more than 600,000 miles in the last four years, which ranks them as one of the most active touring theatre groups in the country. Drexel H. Riley is the producer-director of the group. Selected highlights from Osborne's "Luther," will por-, tray this 16th Century "angry young man" in a passionate struggle with his own conscience and his revolt against the authorities of the Catholic Church, which led to Protestantism. Luther was searching for a faith to hold when he became beset with disbelief in the Establishment a search with which many young people in today's world struggle can identify. Performance time is 7:30. Call Father Carr at 875-2931 for ticket information and other details. Four men 25 years at Alcoa Four area residents have become 25-year members of Alcoa's Cressona Works: Richard Bevan, Jr., of Frack-ville, who started at Alcoa on March 31, 1947, as a junior die craftsman in engineering and maintenance. He has been a member of both structural and the engineering and maintenance division. He became an engineering assistant designer in engineering and maintenance on July 24, 1967, and works in this post at the present time. Raymond Davis, Frackville, was employed on March 24, 1947, as a laborer in the machine shop, engineering and maintenance. In Sept., 1952, he became an engineering and maintenance foreman and a shift foreman on Aug. 1, 1963, presently filling this position. Edward Ryan, Shenandoah, was employed on Aug. 30, 1943, as a mill helper in planning-traffic, during the first operation. He was re-employed on Dec. 17, 1947, and became a saleman-packer on Dec. 6, 1971, and at present is working in this job. Frank Sanayka, of Frackville, was employed as a mill helper in the tube division on Sept. 14, 1943. He was re-employed on Nov. 4, 1947, as an extrusion mill helper. On Jan. 4, 1964, he became a crane operator, and presently occupies this classification. NO MOTIVE VIAREGGIO, Italy (UPD-Author Lorenzo Tarabella, 45, who wrote novels and poems about marble quarry workers in the Carrara area, wrapped a length of detonating fuse around his neck Wednesday and set it on fire, police said. The explosion blew off his head and hand. Police said Tarabella left a suicide note but did not explain his motives. Legion installation New officers were installed Tuesday night in Bernard J. Dolan American Legion Post, Ashland. From left: Louis Perrong, first vice WORLD NEWS By United Press International PARIS Viet Cong Foreign Minister Madame Nguyen Thi Binh charged today that President Nixon "was starting the Vietnam War all over again" because of U.S. air and naval support for hard-pressed South Vietnamese forces. SAIGON-Hundreds of U.S. warplanes struck at military targets in North Vietnam today in retaliation for the Communist invasion of South Vietnam, the U.S. command said. VANCOUVER, Wash.-High winds hopscotched through this southwest Washington city Wednesday, ravaging a shopping center and ripping apart an elementary school minutes before students were to return from lunch. Six persons died and 250 were injured. JOHANNESBURG - The South African government, besieged by outraged animal lovers, has assured the nation that Van Der Sandt de Villiers Smit's plans to kill dogs for profit are doomed. SAN JOSE, Calif.-Gary Thomas had obeyed every order, but when he saw a judge's face blown away "as if in slow motion" he turned in fury on his captors inside a crowded van, seized a gun and blasted away at all four of them. HARRISBURG, Pa. - The vote was 10 to 2 for acquittal of the Harrisburg Seven in the deadlocked jury that was discharged because it could not reach a unanimous verdict on the charge of plotting to disrupt the government, a juror said today. Girls scouts choose leaders Girl Scouts Brenda Kimmel and Dawn Fegley were chosen as leader and assistant leader to conduct the weekly meeting of Lavelle Troop 199. The meeting opened with a flag ceremony conducted by flag bearer Carol Wenrich, caller Gail Duren, and guards Sylvia Karlavage and Crystal Marlow. The girls were asked to do a good deed every day this week and report at the next meeting of the troop. Flowers were transplanted and each member took one home to be responsible for its care. On Saturday, April 15, the troop will leave from Brenda Kimmel 's home for a bike hike to Sally Wedd's grandfather's farm where they will have lunch. Permission slips for the hike must be brought to next week's meeting. Plans were discussed for going overnight camping, and games were played. The meeting closed with the friendship circle and singing taps. Twelve girls attended. Specter issues arrest warrants PHILADELPHIA (UPI) -District Attorney Arlen Specter has issued warrants for the arrest of two relatives of a former school board employe convicted of embezzling $105,000 from a Get Set program. Specter said Wednesday that a cousin and an aunt of Sandra Murphy were being sought after Murphy implicated them in what Specter called a moment of "truth and soul searching." A Common Pleas Court judge sentenced the woman to two-to-five years, but agreed to "reconsider" her sentence if she revealed more information about the embezzlement. The warrants name Murphy's aunt, Rachel Lambright and her cousin Johnathan Lambright. Specter said the woman said she gave pay checks totaling $33,400 to her aunt, who then forged and cashed them. She said her cousin received about $12,000 worth of checks. After Easter 8 10 DAYS ONLY! APRIL 6TH THRU 15TH ODD LOTS! BROKEN SIZES! WOMEN'S BLACK PATENT, WHITE PATENT BEIGE AND BLACK KID. Values $8.99 to $14.99 oTr 4-5-6 MISSES' BLACK PATENT (Discontinued Styles) Sizes from 8V2 to 4 Values to $8.99 NOW ONLY $1 SPECIAL"! ASTRO SNEAKERS BOYS', GIRLS', MEN'S, WOMEN'S White with Black Stripes-White with Red & Blue Stripes Were $6.99 and $7.99 NOW ONE PRICE ONLY $4,88 L 1? JUrTMlRftiJ vl Mil 5GAI. KUUr IUAMNU nn&rr bow window UUUDJi DDI! 9 PANELING SPECIALS Reg. NOW Autumn Haze, 4x8 .... $ 3.69 329 Snow Tone White, 4x8 . . 4.79 3,99 Ivory Teak, 4x8 5.79 4.99 Marbletone Tiletward, 4x8 n.19 8.99 Armstrong White, 4x8 .. . 4.79 3,89 Inc. BD ARMSTRONG 12" x 12" White CEILING TILE Washable 10 Each Open Weekdays 7:30 A.M. to 4:30 P.M. Saturday 7:30 A.M. to 12 Noon I k J IN LiVJ YHU ""i Vine and Railroad Streets Phone 339-2370 commander; Raymond Major, acting chaplain; Harold "Mickey" Brecker, commander; George Madden, finance officer; William Sachleben, installing officer; Louis Staudenmeier, service officer; Herbert Williams, adjutant. I ii ii c m m m m .50.s2.s3 Beautiful 6 Ft. Wide x 5 Ft. High Glass Anti-Rot Treated 64.95 ARMSTRONG Insulated SHEATHING BOARD 4x 8 Reg. $2.39 now5! .99 RINGTOWN AREA NEWS SCOUTS SEE CIRCUS The Ringtown Brownies Troop 113 and the Junior Girl Scouts Troop 156 attended the circus at the Kingston Armory on Easter Monday. They were chaperoned by Clarence Barrow; the Brownie leaders, Mrs. Lillian Deebel and Mrs. Elizabeth Pitts; Mrs. Henrietta Gallup, Mrs. Richard Schlauch; the Junior leaders, Mrs. Ruth Smith and Mrs. Cheryl Smith; Mrs. Judy Lindner. The trip, which was sponsored through the courtesy of the Shriners and the Ringtown Rotary Club, was made on an East Penn bus which left Ringtown at 11:30 a.m. and returned at 6 p.m. The girls had a good time, and came home with balloons and souvenirs, and their tummies full of goodies. The Scout leaders take this opportunity to extend thanks to the organizations which sponsored the trip, enjoyed by 53 children and adults. RAAO DANCE RAAO will hold a Teen-age Dance on Saturday, April 8, beginningat8p.m.,at the RAAO Center in Ringtown. Music will be furnished by "The Chessmen." Dress will be casual. Tickets may be purchased at the door. BIRTHDAYS Happy birthday to: Mrs. Ruth Wentzel, West Main street, Ringtown, April 6. Harold Beaver, Sr., Wood street, Ringtown, April 6. George V. Roulin, of Ringtown, April 8. Ralph Walters, Vine street, Ringtown, April 11. James Haas guest speaker James Haas, of Shenandoah, public relations man for the Pennsylvania Dept. of Transportation, will be one of the speakers at the testimonial dinner honoring George Morrison, Pottsville, at the Pottsville Elks Club Monday, April 10 at 7 p.m. The testimonial is being sponsored by the "A Man Can't Read His Tombstone When He's Dead" Committee. Charles Dimmerling is chairman. Deadline for purchase of tickets is Friday. Morrison is being honored for his civic services to the city and county. Tickets may be purchased from Dimmerling and John Clarke at the Triple A office in Pottsville. Isabel Jewell succumbs at 62 HOLLYWOOD (UPD-Isabel Jewell, who went from movie star of the 1930s appearing in classics such as "Gone with the Wind" and "Lost Horizon"-to court dockets in her later years for drunkenness and bad checks, was found dead in her home Wednesday. She was 62. The coroner's office gave no cause of death. The daughter of a prominent Shoshoni, Wyo., doctor and medical researcher, Miss Jewell, her real name, was a hit in her first appearance on a Broadway stage, stepping into a role in "Up Pops the Devil" in 1930 with only three hours rehearsal. The petite blonde's movies included "Manhattan Melodrama" with William Powell and Clark Gable, the role of the seamstress in "A Tale of Two Cities" with Ronald Colman, and with Colman in "Lost Horizon." She appeared in "Northwest Passage" with Spencer Tracy, "Ceiling Zero" with James Cagney, "Small Town Girl" with James Stewart, and "Gone with the Wind." Her best known stage appearances were in "Of Mice and Men" and "Counsellor at Law." Courthouse News V.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.V.-.-.-.-.;..-.-.-. ZONING AGREEMENT A settlement was reached in a zoning dispute between residents of the 20th and W. Market street area in Pottsville and a firm seeking a variance in the ordinance. Judge Guy A. Bowe, Jr. approved the stipulation agreed between Mel-Penn Co. Inc. and Timothy and Ruth Reilly, who represented 79 petitioners who appealed to the county court from the Pottsville Zoning Board's ruling approving the variance. The board had allowed the firm to use a property owned by Ray Grapsy at 20th and W. Market street for use as a showroom, storage and repair shop for small generators. Under the agreement reached in court the Mel-Penn Co. is allowed to use the building for the work if it prescribed with the following limitations: The property can only be used for offices and display area for small portable generators and the minor repairs to small engines, however, the work is not to present any nuisance with regard to noise, sight or odor. The occupant of the building must furnish off-street parking for employees and customers. OFFICE EARNS $3,300 Register of Wills Harold Boyer turned over to the county treasurer's general fund more than $3,300 in office earnings for the month. This included $3,319.50 from filing fees and other office collections and $1,019.52 from commissioners on inheritance tax. In previous years the commissions were paid to the register of wills but under a new law which went into effect in January the money goes to the county general fund. For the first three months the inheritance tax commission has totaled $6,107.62. Boyer also reported there were 63 marriage licenses issued by his office this month to bring the total for the year to 204. PROPERTY TRANSFERS Daniel and Joan Demansky to 1 SlMI91s,AWNIVERSARYSALK h4 "v z-i 1 v "pgr ' ii A jifl nS- i) X CiWsl ' r.i . 4 r'-yjc 4 -TMlMeMx...... i &3hJtl jF (s Of i 1' ra r. n. 8? a" ' 901 CENTRE ST. James J. Rorivot, premises at 31 Lehigh avenue, Frackville, $15,000. Roger and Barbara Cutford to Joseph and Rosemary Kroh, premises on Walnut street, between Ninth and 10th streets, Ashland, $9,000. Leisure Equities Corp. to Samuel and Helen Williams, parcel in North Union Twp., $4,495. Viola L. Horrax, administratrix of the estate of Joseph Kurowsky, to Vincent and Arlene Conti, premises in Brandonville, $15,000. Emma F. Reigle to David and Patricia Moerder, premises in West Penn Twp., $1. Allted Corp. to William and Mary Lewis, parcel in West-wood, Lake Hauto, Rush Twp., $3,490. Leisure Equities Corp. to C. Eugene and Greta Coffey, parcel in North Union Twp., $8,195. Anna A. Blackwell to herself and her daughter, Anna, premises at 451 W. Pine street , Frackville, $1. Harry E. Moll to Dennis and Kathryn Krell, premises at 232 Clay street, Tamaqua, $9,000. Mary A. Wagner, executrix of the last will of Kathryn Ann Collihan to John A. David, Sr. premises in Mahanoy Plane, $2,500. Lake Wynonah Inc. to Arlington and Helen Moyer, two parcels in South Manheim Twp., each $4,495. MARRIAGE LICENSES Bonita Navitsky and Albert Malacusky, Shenandoah. Elizabeth Damorotsky, Shenandoah and Clyde Lipshaw, Frackville. Factory Authorized And Approved VOLKSWAGEN Sales-Service-Parts . 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