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2 men charged "XESSLSSi
with lewdness Estimated value was $243.
Jonathan L. Zweizig and
Frank H. Torok, students,
jvere arraigned before;
district Magistrate Clifford
Yorks Monday and charged
with open, lewdness and
disorderly conduct. .The
charges were made in con
nection with a July 20 incident
when two males allegedly
themselves to a
University female employe
near Carnegie Building.
A theft of stereo equipment
was reported Sunday at the
Masculinity conference slated
Exploring and initiating the Holiday Inn.
ways in which men can, Registration for the con
support-other men will be the ' ference will be from 5 p.m. to
theme of the second annual 8 p.m. Friday in the Gallery
Men and Masculinity Con- of the Holiday Inn on S.
ference, at 8 Friday night at , Atherton Street.
of PENN STATE
A discussion of our history
and future directions
Wednesday, 28 July 8 P.M.
Fresh Seafood, Swiss Fondue
Check our daily menu in window
at 220 E. College A ve.
(open 3:30 to midnight except Sunday)
A Harrisburg woman was
arraigned yesterday before
District Magistrate Clifford
Yorks and charged with at
tempting to obtain-drugs by
fraud through a prescription.
Lorraine Clarice Roberts, 512
Hamilton St.,- Harrisburg,
was committed to Centre
County Prison in lieu of $1,500
bail. Date for the preliminary
hearing has been set for Aug.
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COG reviews code plan
By LISA SPERR
Collegian Staff Writer
The Centre Region Council of
Governments (COG) Monday referred
the code enforcement program back to
the municipalities for discussion.
In a committee review of the program,
Howard F. Kingsbury, its chairman,
said the municipalities participating in
the program (Ferguson, Patton,
College and State College) ‘ should
consider three questions:
—Are the members, in principle,
willing to support a regional code en
—Do the municipalities wish to
commit themselves for a specific period
of time such as three to five years, or
would they rather have the current open
ended agreement, an agreement that
allows a municipality to back out if they
give notice 60 days before the January 1
—What services do the municipalities
expect from the program and at what
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level and frequency?
The program includes building and
housing x code enforcement and in
spection and fire safety inspection. It
may include architectural review of
plans, fire lane enforcement and bar
State College Municipal Manager Carl
Fairbanks said the code program has
been a good one and that there has been a
general desire for more use of the
program rather than less.
State College Municipal Councilman
James McClure said he saw a difficulty
with the program in that there is more
need for enforcement in the State
College area than in the other
municipalities. He said it would be
difficult to come up with a program to
fulfill the varying municipality needs.
Replying to McClure, Kingsbury
suggested that a basic program to in
clude building, housing and fire en
forcement concerns common to all
municipalities be implemented. He said
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that any municipality that wanted
special services such as bar occupancy
enforcement could pay for that service.
The municipalities have two months to
discuss these questions and make their
recommendations to the code en
forcement committee scheduled to
report back to COG in October.
in other matters, COG discussed the
possibility of Centre Region localities
giving financial support to the Centre
County Home Health Services.
Thomas S. Kurtz, COG general
secretary, asked whether the service
would be a good service or whether it
would duplicate services already of
fered. He asked whether the localities
should pay for a county-wide service.
State College Municipal Councilman
Arnold Addison suggested that COG find
out how much health service is provided
in the Centre Region and to whom before
making definite commitments.
Hunt for kidnapers
shifts to Northwest
SAN LEANDRO, Calif.
(AP) The nationwide
hunt for the Chowchilla
mass kidnapers shifted to
the Northwest after con
firmed sightings in
Washington and Idaho of
one man wanted in the
case, the FBI reported
The bureau verified the
sightings of James
Schoenfeld in Spokane,
Wash., on July 19 and in
Coeur D’Alene, Idaho, on
July 20, according to
Thomas Drukin, Montana-
Idaho FBI agent in charge.
reported Monday that
The Daily Collegian Wednesday, July 28,1976
attempted to cross from
Washington state into
Canada on July 19 four
days after the kidnapping
of 26 school children and
their bus driver.
Drukin said both
sightings were around
and that Schoenfeld
pawned or sold some
materials at both locations.
we came up with these
sightings,” Drukin con
firmed in an interview. He
refused to say how the
sightings were confirmed
but said the store owners
had not contacted