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Daily News (Newspaper) - January 28, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania CLASSIFIED ADS DIAL MISS CLASSIFIED 6434040 or 5424641 ILY Library Education VOL47 HIKE CENT PEB COM HUNTINGDON AND MOUNT UNION PA TUESDAY JANUARY 28 1969 Governor Proposes State Income Tax To Cover Record Billion Budget Work To Start On JC Complex In Early Spring Construction of the new Juniata College dor mitory complex along Warm Springs Road orijiajige ueveiopmemai nan the eastern side of he campus will begin e a presented to the directors At Mount Union Long Range Plan Is Outlined Proposed outlines for the Long Moiuit Union Coimcilmen In Session Members of tlie Mount Union Borough Council met for sev eral hours last evening in a special meeting to discuss mat ters relating to the boroughs lUi uc department Developmental Plan Council President Roberl Goodman presided at tlie meet dent for financial affairs In British Program Doubling Of Pensions Proposed LONDON UPI Britains csf f Labor party government todayiftart of to be de unveiled plans for the most bv these relatively mi drasiic reform of the cradleioinor Prooems grave welfare state in 20 years It is anticipated that tlie dor ijuniLi LIIU I UgUlril IH jly session held last evening Pending possible changes in Fred Ruehr and Dr Clyde the specifications tlie apparentKlingler representing the archi ow bidders for the project are tecuiral firm of Campbell Rea Paul E Hickes general and Large of Altoona stniction of Alexandria and Dlmade a comprehensive stirvev Tyrone Woman Dies County Has First 1969 Fatality Huntingdon County today counted its first traffic fatality of the new year Betty L Laird 42 of 1004 Bald Joseph Bodnar of the police Eagle Avenue Tyrone critical committee presented informajly injured in a onecar highway tion dealing with the problem j accident in Warriors Mark of parking regulations and uejTownship last Friday evening collection of tickets issued bv m the Hospital yes ii i lorn v At Primary the police department C Goodman Sons electrical jof the elementary buildings in The discussion centered heating and plumbing M o u n t Union Area School around lhe question of who is hon fa d extensive responsible for the collection Fike said mat a few items in ther fmdmgs of jd Uck Jie speofications are being lerday Her death was due to massive head injuries chest injuries and traumatic shock The dead woman was a pas senger in a 1965 Mercury sedan g and must to Harrisburg by July construction to be de1 Ruelrr noted in his recom mendations to the board that the Mount Union elementary was a substantial build Range P an is manCharles Klingler reported tha opefated by hi WilH They called for ultimate doulmitories including furnishings was a substantial build bling of social security retirelwill cost approximately J Ural qUjh timnt nt 4Ui nA itlcs and gave recommenda Continued On Page Two mem pensions and elimination 1 000 Of this amount the ofthe specter of poverty in old Continued On Page Seven g a v e recommenda tions for a remodeling program Under this long range plan additions will be constructed to the Kistler and Shirley Township Elementary Schools Sunday afternoon February the date set for a tour The governments proposals were made public in an official superintendent Of Jarhamen t0 In Hospital reuiudl The propolis were made Ohesnev 47 uas thf for a tour of pubic PonT 11 davs fter th nTvS another major piece of planned tendent of highways is a paj ou mienr social legislation This called n he JC Blair Memorj a new labor relations code for13 Hospital today for tests and Britain giving the governmentobservation power to curb strixes enforce He was admitted to Ihe hosi wilt n an to h from secret strike ballots and order pita last evening 28rlav rvmiincr nff norinric1 zsoas coolin off eriods 28day before cooling off walkouts likelv damage the nation s economy letter wag M on n t ig the Band and the Junior High Today his condition is listedlBand for their performance dur as satisfactory I Continued On Page Two Grid Coaching Posts Vacated Al Mount Union Six football coaching va cancies exist today on the Mount Union High School athletic staff as the result of school board action last night The positions of Varsity Coach Dayton Shugarts and five of his assistant coaches were affecled as the board voted 2 to de clare the jobs open In addition o the head varsity job Art Schutawie Continued On Page Two am P Laird 39 of 1004 Bald Eagle Avenue Tyrone State Police of the Huntingdon substation investigated the ac cident and found that Laird was northbound on Route 550 at pm Four miles south of War riors Mark he observed a car coming toward him in the cen ter of the highway To avoid a headon crash Laird drove onto the east berm His car hit a stone culvert seven feet long and then continued for 44 feet beingdon Borough PAUL VEITCH Veiteh Seeks Post As Tax Collector Paul Veitch of Huntingdon statistical clerk in the special products department of Owens Corning Fiberglas Corporation has announced his intention to seek the Republican parly nom ination as tax collector for Hunt fore crashing into a utility pole The Laird car was damaged an estimated according to State Trooper Joseph Ruff The Continued On Page Two Most political observers inter TJ preted the two blueprints Announces Policy inn n tnn in Tipsy Drivers Face Jail Terms And Heavy Fines strong appeals to Britains voters They were expected to form major planks in the Labor Continued On Page Five 2 Countiaii To Become Troopers Clarks Will Show Slides On HOPE Tour Dr and Mrs H Ford Clark Two Huntingdon County young men are included among ihe 92 cadets who will be graduated j tomorrow at the State Police1 ana hold Academy at Hershev iof Huntingdon will show slides They are Alfred T Irvin T of 725 Washineton Street Hunt1 f Celon at the ingdon and Richard Allen Ge anor rUnlted liuch Hun ingdon RD 2 on gel 22 of 609 North Shaver Street Mount Union Gen Albert H Slackpole Sunday evening February 2 a oclock Sponsoring the program is the i Womens Society of Christian the church An Tipsy drivers had a stern warning today from Judge R Merle Heffner that they will re ceive E salty penalty including time in jail and a heavy fine when they appear in Huntingdon County Court for sentencing 92 Dead 8 Missing In California ANGELES Southern Saigon GPs Pound Trapped Red Foree SAIGON American About infantrymen 1500 sur rounded an estimated Commu nist company on the outskirts of Saigon military spokesmen said today They battered the trapped force with helicopter gunships fighterbomber strikes and artillery The Communist unit about 100 men took refuge in spider holes and possibly tunnels in tlie rice paddy region 0 miles southwest of Saigon The jurist added that those who are convicted or plead Ten of I he Communists had guilty to driving while under the been killed as the fighting influence must surrender theircontinued today US casualties operators license to the court were described as light immediately In announcing the new policy m court yesterday Judge Heff ncr said it would be standard In Saigon the commander of South Vietnamese troops for the capital area Lt Gen Do Cao Tri said he exipected large r drunken t 2 County will give the class 01 the is the Communist attacks in sometime between now and I Rev Robert Aho The 92 cadets have completed For the rirst Ruptured water lega tupirjcy of nine days of rain At least 92 persons j uc 7i tauKui iinve cumuiuieu ui imii 00 a threemonth training DrogramHOPE experiences in Guinea lefsl 92 at the academy The classT hasINicaragua and Columbia Dr have died from the four former policemen one ciiciark a Huntingdon ophthal n cl vilian driver examiner and and Mrs Clark work aerial photographer There off lne ship HOPE in an up 59 married men with a total ofcountry village of Kandv 75 59 married men with a total ofcountry village of Kandy 75 78 children in the graduatingmiles from Colombo C Ptirft fnt ivnrl Phoro Tlflro crtt class Two retired state police men have sons in the class while two of the cadets have brothers already on Uie force Continued On Page Five There were seven doctors six nurses two dentists working off ship in Kandy at a hospital and medical school there Continued On Page Five twin subtropical storms which began Jan 18 and ended Sun day Eight other persons were missing and presumed dead Gov Ronald Reagan estimat id damage statewide at million but authorities in the four Southern California coun ties most severely affected by the rains estimated a figure of million More than 1100 persons were still marooned by floodwaters and impassable roads and helicopter evacuations of the injured and elderly continued in isolated areas Looters were reported in some davastated districts Five persons were booked on suspi cion of in a flooded away from the phrase military By the same token when we resdenlial section of Cucamon supenonty which he usedjalk about superiority that may others were rti nn A J i t Military Sufficiency Is President Nixons Aim WASHINGTON President Nixon assure that has backed may not occur during the campaign and is sufficien have a detrimental effect on the other side in putting it in an inferior position and therefore The change is probably one givig great impetus to its own more of words than race speaking instead of cv substance In his first news conference as President iNixon said Mon day Let me put it this way when we talk about parity I think we should recognize that wars occur usually when each eide believes it has a chance to Win Therefore parity does not Subject Of Dsciission Our objective in this admi nistration and thatwill be the subject of a major discussion in the National Security Council within the objective is to be sure that the United has sufficient military power lo defend our inlerests and t o Continued On Page Five i in Upland for illegally entering Continued On Page Seven INSIDE THE NEWS Almanac g Ann Landers 3 Classified Ads 13 Comics 9 Crossword Puzzle 13 Columnists 6 6 Stock Market 2 Ohiluarics All defendants arrested for tipsy driving after December 1 1968 will feel the sting of the new policy the judge emphasiz Continued On Page Two Filibuster Attaek Due WASHINGTON Senate girded today for the 45th attack on the filibuster since World War I and the 37th failure Sens James B Pearson R Kan and Frank Church D Idaho leaders of the drive conceded they would fall short of the twothirds vote needed for victory Pearson said they would give up after todays vote and drop he fight for another two years Church noting that filibuster foes have narrowed their losing margin in recent years counted it a partial victory and said history is on our side Todays vote was on whether to forcibly stop debate on a Pearson Church motion t o amend the Senates filibuster rule Rule 22 permits debate unless JU3 Society And CM News Sports twothirds of the senators more than lo stop it Pearson and Church would modify a three fifths more than would shut off the talk Tlie selfserving filibuster rule Continued On Page Five Tet the Asian lunar holiday starting Feb Last t Tet their o South Vietnams cities Tri said there already were 40000 Communist troops in the region But he said he fell the capital itself might be spared the main thrust of the attack It might be better for iheir commanders to attack those positions around Saigon and closer to the border Tri said He did not elaborate but reported that the vehicle wa indicated he meant provincial capitals like Tay Nirth City near Continued On Page Seven Theprimary election will be New Spending In Fiscal Outline Takes Big Jump HARRISBURG UPI Gov Raymond P Shafer proposed today that Pennsylvania enact its first state income tax in history to finance a General Fund budget which would require a record million in new spending in fiscal 196970 Shafer conceded he was rec ommending the state income levy to raise million in new revenues despite warnings from respected political advis ers of in impending taxpay ers revolt that would shake any politician in his shoes if addi tional revenues are sought The governor did not suggest to a joint session of the House and Senate the rate at which the proposed income fax should be imposed But he said he was in full agreement with the re cent recommendation of his Tax Study and Revision Commission that a state income levy pre sented the best means han By Board dling the Commonwealths cal problems Cites Tax Need fis I am personally convinced held May 20 and the nominee Pennsylvania can no long will be decided by the voters al that lime Veitch was graduated from New Kensington High School in and completed a twoyear course in accounting at Carnegie Institute of Technology His firsl employment in the Huntingdon area was as Railway Express agent from 1945 until 1962 the office then having been moved to Alloona He has been with OwensCorning for the past sev en years A veteran of World War II he served with he First Division in Europe and was wounded in the Battle of the Bulge and while crossing the Rhemagan Bridge on the Rhine in Germany He was honorably discharged from the armed forces in 1SH5 with the Oak Leaf Cluster and the Purple Heart Veitch has been active in com munity affairs and pledges to give the same courteous service as lax collector that has beer his byword in many years ol dealing wilh the public He served as county chairman for Continued On Page Seven er expect to grow with vigor and competitively with other states without a personal in come tax Shafer said This is not politically easy to say but it must be ahi have Continued On Page Seven Crash Victim Mislabeled H unlingdoner Frank W Butts a 21year old GI stationed at Fort Jack son South Carolina was mis takenly identified as a Hunt ingdon resident by a number oi news sources Bulls was fatally injured in an automobile acci dent in West Columbia SC on Saturday January 25 The GI was a passenger in an automobile driven by Daniel Dorsheimer of Hummelstown Dauphin County also stationed at Fort Jackson News sources traveling on US Highway 1 al a speed well over 100 miles Continued On Page Two Nixon Is All Business At First Press Parley WASHINGTON UPI Newsmen can not expect to rush from a Nixon news conference with a hot bulletin announcing some major policy decision in reply to a question It just wont work that way if Hie Presidents first formal meeting with reporters in the White House is any criterion Nixon is an organization man He is not inclined to talk off the cuff about policy as he made abundantly clear The first conference was business from start to finish Bubbling Over Last week after the inaugur al he had gone from meeting to meeting as President bubbling over with good humor and enthusiasm He told one joke after another some straight from Joe Miller All that light and fluff was gone when Nixon met the press in the formal East Room Nixon was stiff as aboard and nervous as he entered the room The newsmen had been lined up outside in the cold to get into the conference Presidential news conferences are valuable in establishing the forum in which the press finds out what is on the presidents mind and inwfuch the president Continued On Page Five THE WEATHER Mostly sunny and warmer today Highs mid 20s north to low 30s south Increasing cloudiness and warmer to night with snow mixed with freezing rain developing north portion and freezing rain south portion Lows mid 20s to near 30 Wednes day windy and warmer with freezing rain changing to rain in the morning Highs mid 3fls to near ifl Variable cloudiness windy and colder onThursday Personnel Changes Are Approved A number of personnel changes highlighted the regular meeting of the board of direct ors of the Juniata Valley School District last evening in the jun iorsenior high school Paul R LeCrone of Alexan dria RDI was elected to fill the vacancy created by the resignation of Paul E Reinhart from the local school building authority Reinhart resigned to accept a position on the board of directors for Junista Valley filling the seat vacated by Rob ert Seip The authority met recently to adopt bylaws and elect for the conductf business Heading the authority is John C Whiltaker of Alexandria chairman W Ronald Hall of Alexandria will serve as chairman Mrs Virginia Montr Huntingdon RDI was elected to the secretarys post The or ganization meeting was con ducted under the direction of Juniata Valley School Solicitor Ally A Lynn Corcelius The board accepted with re gret tlie resignation of Miss Nancy McGargle teacher aide effective February 3 1969 The following were added to the approved list of substitute teachers for the Juniata Valley system Helen Cirignano Hunt ingdon Jennifer Rodgers Hunt Continued On Page Seven Prompt Reactivation Of DMT Urged Strategy Talks Now Being Held PARIS UPI American and South Viet namese negotiators today went into strategy sessions to prepare for Thursdays meeting with the Communists Diplomatic sources said the Allies will make a new call for a prompt reac tivation of the Demilitarized Zone In addition to a flurry of joint meetings chief American nego tiator Henry Cabot Lodge scheduled a conference with Bun Charoenchai the Thai ambassador lo France whose country also is battling Commu nist guerillas and is one of the main supporters of the Allied war effort in Vietnam Shortly after conferrring wilh Charoenchai Lodge was meet ing at the US Embassy with South Vietnamese delegation leader Pham Dang Lam Approach Approved Preparations for Thursdays second plenary session of the Vietnam conference were under way while Western diplomats and the Paris press expressed satisfaction wilh President Nix ons approach to the Vietnam problem he outlined at his news conference Monday French press which was largely cool to President Nixon during the presidential cam paign today applauded his first lews conference as a bril liant performance The North Vietnamese delega tion after a close scrutiny of Lhe presidential remarks was xpected to issue a comment later today Observers said both Hanoi and the Viet Cong would reaffirm their determination to djscuss first the end of American military presence in Continued On Page Seven Prague Is Under Tight Security PRAGUE po lice units reinforced by soldiers with machine guns patrolled the streets loday to enforce the Communist partys demand for calm Several hundred clubcarrying police poured into Wenceslas Square Monday evening to cries of Gestapo Gestapo from youths lining the sidewalks Police took several of the young men to waiting buses and an officer struck at least one youth when he failed to move fast enough After the crowd cleared about 30 officers were left at the monument to St Wenceslas Through Ihe rest of the city police and soldiers with ma chine guns across Iheirbacks patrolled in pairs The light security apparently was the indirect result of a Soviet letter claimed by Western diplomatic sources to have i been sent from Kremlin criticizing the demon strations and unrest growing out of the burning death of Jan Continued Oh Sevan
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