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   Daily News (Newspaper) - March 11, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                State Solons Make Inter Party Tax Agreement c5 Is Reached HARRISBURG The General Assem bly under the years first major interparty agreement is pre pared to pass legisla tion to hold the sales tax at 6 per cent and to provide fluids to keep Philadelphia public schools open until June These were the terms of an reached Monday night aster a day of negotiations U svas reported that Republi cans have consented to support measures providing some SIR million for the Philadelphia schools if the Democrats will back reenactment of the 6 per cent sales tax io permit teach ers salary increases Legislative leaders from bolh chambers and bolh parlies vig orously denied thai any deal had been made but this is stand ard procedure for such delicate matters The first definite development in the agreement occurred Monday night when the Senate Finance Committee sent to Hie floor Houseapproved legislation permitting Philadelphia City council to restore a 4i mill real estate tax estimated to produce S18 million This measure coupled with proposed legislation permitting a 3 per cent corporate net pro fits tax in the city would pro duce million for tlie selrools School Board President Richard THE WEATHER Windy and colder with light snow today Addi tional snow of one o two inches likely High today in the 2Vs Mostly cloudy ant con tinued cold tonight and Wednesday with scattered snow flurries Low temper atures Tuesday night 5 to 10 hut near in the val leys High Wednesday in the 20s son Dilworth has warned thai witltout the evtra money the schools will be forced to close April 5 The school crisis was triggered last month wiien the State Su preme Court ruled that City Council could not impose tlw in terim taxes without legislative approval The Democratic portion of the agreement is to supply half of he 102 needed voles to pass the 6 per cent sales tax legislation House Republicans have main tained that the additional 1 per cent on he sales tax which will expire on June 30 unless reen acted is die proper way to raise the million needed for the teachers salary increases Democrats up until now have been insisting that best way to finance the salary increases is to accelerate the prepayment of business axes and place re strictions on various budgetary procedures However the Democratic lead ership has been unable to mus ter sufficient support from among its own thin majority to got those proposals through the chamber Sen Robert D Fleming RA1 leghony the Senate President Pro Tempore predicted the SIR million Philadelphia tax meas ure would pass the Senate on Wednesday and go to Gov Ray mond P Shafer for his signa ture Tlw second portion of tiw Phil adelphia package was introduced in the House Monday under the sponsorship of Speaker Herbert Kineman and seven other Phila delphia Democrats The profits tax which would raise an estimated million annually is expected to receive speedy House approval and go INSIDE THE NEWS Ann Landers 6 Classified Ads 9 Comics 7 Crossword Puzzle 9 vStock Market 2 Obituaries 2 Society And Club News 8 Sporis t Through These Doors 6 to Senate for final action next week Fleming and a spokesman for Fineniim both denied any know ledge of the agreement There was absolutely deal Fleming said but i have high hopes for favorable action in I he House on the 6 per cent sales tax and other bills affect ing education Finemans office said the speaker knew notlung of any deal and said Senate move ment of the Philadelphia meas ure Monday night could be gesture to lest Democratic re action The House relumed at J pm today and the Senate at pm CLASSIFIED ADS DIAL MISS CLASSIFIED 6434040 or 5424641 THE DAILY NEWS VOL 48 KPE CENTS FEE COT HUNTINGDON AND MOUNT UNION PA TUESDAY MARCH 11 1969 Phone 6434040 NO 34 Funds Given For New Hospital Unil Installation of equipment for a coronary intensive care unit at the J C Blair Mem orial Hospital will take place soon At Ihe Volunteer Recognition Week luncheon yes terday at the Elks Home Blair Miller right was presented with two checks toialing for the coronary unit Making the presenta tions of S2SOO each were William E Swigart Jr left on behalf of area health agencies and Mrs F H Steele president on behalf of tlie Womens Auxiliary to he hospital Volunteers Of Hospital Auxiliary Are Honored Volunteers they give of themselves J These were the words of Sister Mary Chester of Itl CAC Effort Mercy Hospital AHoona spoke Monday noon at the luncheon for J C Blair Memorial Hospital volunteers at the Elks Home Drive Against Saigon May Develop In Coming Week Await Splafhdonn Apollo 9 Crew Eyes Weather SPACE CENTER HOUSTON French Workers Strike Seeking New Pay Raises PARIS UPn About nine million French 1 UPI 9s pioneerinqmen went on a 24hour strike today demanding moonship pilots looped earlhjpay raises as high as 12 per cent to help them with noUun3 more than weather i n i i m o worry about today while Wllh price hikes The govern new attempt was marie Io considered their demands a threat to the up Apollo 10 for a flighf around the moon in May 2 Juvenile Cases For James A McDiviit High School Field Student Revolt Is The Womens Auxiliary planned the luncheon So coincide with the national observance of j Volunteer Recognition Week One of the highlights of he Doctor Ami Teacher Are Entertained David R Scott and Russell L Schweickart it was all downhill toward an Atlantic Ocean landing Thursday morning Stor my weather left only their splashdown time in dotibi For Apollo 10 astronauts Thomas P Stafford John W Young and Eugene A Cernan the work was just beginning Painter Is Convicted District Head franc The strike affects both national and private seclors of the economy curtailing gas electric railroad subway bus taxi airline and mail service as well as closing schools most industries and television and radio stations President Charles dp Gaulles government considered the fu ture of the franc hung in the By Jurist i in 11 nit 11 nui iiunt ui 11 m A Huntingdon paimei of he f ie Engineers at Cape Kennedy Woodward 4a of ROO WashingKvorkers col the requested fixed a misfitting spacecraftton Street was found guilty aipcr cent hikCi feared shield tnat interrupted plans nonjury irial yesterday of would go even higher mnio t ho TRci A V move the 35story Apollo 10 charge of pointing a deadly wea REV ORVILLE WARNER Huntingdon c5 Minister Is Appointed moon machine to the firing padipon R Merle and drive the value of the franc j The Rev Orville V Warner minister of First United Methn Red Units Slam Into Uc a Lamps SAIGON UPI Communist soldiers ex pected to attack Saigon iext week slammed headlong into two US amps on approaches to the capital today They were beaten back and left 104 bodieswi the battlefield The two battles near Phu Khuong miles northwest of Saigon coincided with US intelligence reports that guerrillas threatening Saigon would hit the city next week Pushing inlo the 16th day of their nationwide offensive Reds shelled the ancient imper ial capital at Hue for the first lime in Hie drive killing two children and wounding five persons Allied headquarters sain On the main infiltration PiH As De Gaulle met Monday forUist Church Huntingdon from Cambodia to I itil r 11 M i j j TJI I ffnn f m in cl ra ds trial inja strategy session with Premier i appointed district superintendent Saigon tire guerrillas slammed ff j I Mallord Cernan and County Court andJMaurice Couve de Murville theiin the Central Pennsylvania le targeted for launch May ITjhanded down his decision of gold rose o pcrjConference by Bishop Herman a moon landing rehearsal after the testimony closed ounce on the Paris markel IfKaebnick at the morning worsellings and the on fe lllc The Jiinsldirectedthat de was the fifth new high in TV lhjj ue nun new mgn in meamp WMIU ne occasion was the announcement fobiddmg lunar surface Their fendants bail be continued whileipasl five days of trading Sunday His appointment will beica1lcfi in divobnmbe that installation of the hospitals u H if a it wy was clcared bir lhe three a presentence invesljgalion isjreflccling French loss of come effeclive at he to help fight infonciD iii oaia ot Apollo 9 who proved conducted by the Huntingdon confidence in their currency conference session of the Central assaults into the fwo US camps near Phu Khuong first with fierce heavy service which he ground attacks The Americans divobnmbers and off the ecenl coronary intensive care unit will Ilfl 111 OT become a reality in the near forhe manen Mount Lmon by ine pair unit are beinc formulated and Pritevens a Pral Swaent revolt no longer nurscs and 5ocwrs have bcen tuioner was invited to visit i means only college students trained for this service In Los Angeles Monday a On behalf of ihe health agon ies of Ihe county that the nations moon lander County Probation Department The nationwide walkout startPennsylvania Conference Continued On Page Three Union as part community development The doctor is T fii TT i wi cnKcircTit in vj K varlJr of the Heart Assopraclicillg niedicine fnr ile pa3t Uitm bhth aown fourcisiinn presetted a check in ine K TnlrHn nhin I oilier schools ss militant blackamotmt of S2800 toward ihe students called a oneday strikechase of equipment for the unit Donad doctor s to protest police brutality Represented in the health asluSD3tld s a and atn In East St Louis SOOicncies are the Huminsdon etic ccach as wel1 as beinE an students at mostly Necro Rock County TB Society ihe Society Junior High School4iaif the for C r i p p 1 e d Children a boycoi Adults the Heart Association the Gokla Meir Is Premier Desioiiate JERUSALEM UP Mrs Woodward was directed to relcri with scattered cuts in j June in Landing Znne Grant a US 1st Air Cavalry Division out turn to court at am nextielecirical service in sections nlore tilan w o hl Monday for sentencing 2 Juvenile Hearings Paris and other big lhc Rv Mr wjli jMondiy nighl mostly affecting j business Some Judge Heffner also anme Persons com at two juvenile court gone off in residential areas have responsibility for 59 pas toral appoinlments which in clude 127 churches in the North swarmed out of the jungle night against the barbed wire the second such attack in three days In two hours of heavy battle court is scheduled District Attorney Ncwlon C Taylor represented the Comj eastern part of Pennsylvaniaat close range the American Electrical workers choosing i Many of Ihe churches in this j defenders beat back the attack their targels carefully planneddistrict will be Iransferred Io thelkiJling 63 Communists while to cut power for home use onlyjPhiladclphia area of Ihe United i losing five men dead and 22 during the period from 8 am to Methodist Church when new con wounded themselves Mcir was named preimon wealth while Raymond A dcsicnale of Jshael lodavlHolIand acting director of Pro as5isled with pm anrl then only intermitferance boundries are effected in Continued On Page Three Continued On Page Two j At a US 25th Division camp Continued On Page Three n Cancer Societ vith Ih s a a s he coalion government gfand oU ad of sraeli the juvenile matters Betly o Jbfidsy io demand the firirg of Principal Richard Snyder and Assistant Principal Stanley F H Stccie auxiliary of Bedford Highpolitiesreached thetop in ihejOneida Sireet formerly of 746 bmder u unite ana president happily accepted the School nations power structure when Washington Street was the gift and in turn announced that Mav CaniDbell is black Tne official Mothers Club of ihe Womens Auxiliary was do Si Louis said the men nating a like o concerned about the to the same project Proceeds President Zalman Shazer asked proseculrix and first witness to Mr and Dr Stevens exner to forrr a new government an interest in relocating Jlrs Mrc1 fir1 5 area and indicated IheyiPremier of Israel replaced Levi Continoed On Page Three Coniinued On Pase Two would communicate with died of a heart Bucher Pours Out His Belles Beans Hatred For North Korea Be CAC council said J R Gallen Continued On Page Three gn COROVADO Calif Navy commander andj The Pueblo skipper poured outcommunications Technician 11 hia hatied for North Korea i the Navy Court of C Donald R Peppard Bremerton Wash Tour Ton 1011 row Huntingdon Area High School 31mixed choral group the popu jlar Belles and Beaus leaves to morrow morning at oclock These people are just Peppard had a lHTHlav lour They wiu be rsicaiy cruel and bnitaljduUes in the Pueblo s electronic i hiirh sohcmls Echer said Cmdr Llovd Mfcspionage unit He was iniT inging at three high schools attack A former schoolteacher in Lhe United States Mrs Meir was expected to present her cabinet to parliament Thursday Changes Not Revealed What changes if any she had Continued On Page Three be called at the trial She testified thai the alleged offense took place last May IS between 9i30 and 10 am while she and other members of lier family were sitting on the front porch of her home She said that Woodward had been on the porch of his home and then went Given 99 After Guilty Plea Mystery Still Surrounds Rays Part In Slaying MEMPHIS Tenn Barring escape or unlikely legal maneuvers the admitted slaver indoors after having made some of Dr Martin Luther King Jr never again will be a free man verbal threats A short time lat Continued On Page Two Special Subscription Rales For Servicemen And Women Starting March 12 special rates for Daily to service personnel both News subscri Mfcspionage unit He was Snyder irReaver Springs 1N6WS lo service Personnel coin icharge of the personnel recordslon Wednesday morning Danin the United States and abroad go into effect uf the shio s intelhsence section HTJ Today Ihe courts five the shlP su sh beam questioning lhe Korean abjut the capture of hi5icafLured 1tact espionage ship Jan 23 1068 and the failure to complete destruc tion of its secret documents Secret Session Struggling to keep his emo d i se ctionviie Area jn on Wed nesday afternoon Freedom High School in Bethlehem on Thursday morning tions in check Bucher testified The lour is intended to widen for about five hours Monday the social and cultural relations mostly about his efforts to hold of the schools through music Bucher testifies in open Pueblo crew together duringlThe Belles and Beaus will pre this morning The court goes its 11month captivity He readiscnt a diversified program of any of his answers from ajchoral literature that has an ap Continued On Page Three I Continued On Page Two goe secret session during wmmoning tin 41 These special rates for members of the United States armed services are as follows Three months Six months One year These rates are payable in advance But mystery still surrounds James Earl Rays part in the assassination In an instant trial Monday the 41yearold exconvict plead ed guilty to the April 4 1968 killing of King in Memphis and was sentenced to 99 years in prison Ray would be eligible for parole in 30 years at the age of 71 but should he be released he could be required to serve eight years remaining on a 16year term at the Missouri State Prison plus any additional linie he may be given for escaping from that prison Ray arose during his two and onehalf hour trial to tell Judge Preston Battle that he disagreed with various theories that there was no conspiracy fo kill King He didlslalule of limitations in capital not elaborate Battle said the prosecution had not established there was a conspiracy but if there was a conspiracy no member of such a conspiracy can ever live in peace or lie down to pleasant dreams because there is no 2 Vehicles Demolished Two cars were demolished in a twocar accident Mon day afternoon on R o u t e 522 about Uvo miles north of Orbi sonia Two persons were injured in the crash B Scott ST 63 ShirJeysburg RD was north bound at pm operating a Ford station wagon He at tempted to make a left turn near Continued From Three cases in this state The FBI said in Washington however that the investigation into the original allegations of a conspiracy is slill open The original FBI warrant charged Eric Starvo Gait a Ray alias and a man allegod to be his brother with conspiring to kill King Rays three brothers apparently never were seriously involved in the investigation Ray will serve his time in Tennessee State Prison at Nashville where he will be lodged in cell Nro 4 a sixby nine foot room containing bunk and a combination sink and commode Battle said there was little point in the state seeking the death penally for Hay the trend in the state and the nation is in the direction of doing away with capital punish Continued On   

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