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   Daily News (Newspaper) - March 12, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                CLASSIFIED ADS DIAL MISS CLASSIFIED 6434040 or 5424641 DAILY NEWS State Library Education Building HarrisburffPa 17126 VOL 48 HDSt CENTt con HUNTINGDON AND MOUNT UNION PA WEDNESDAY MARCH 12 1969 o Phone 6434O4O NO 35 Atlantic Storm Forces Change SPACE CENTER Houston UPI Flight directors today shifted the recovery area for the Apollo 9 moonship Thursday from a raging rolling area of the stormy Atlantic to a splashdown spot 480 miles to the south Hey lets go there lets goj Poititiont Filled Personnel Items Mark Tussey Meet A number of personnel mat a calmerters occupied the directors of Tussey Mountain Hisjh School De Gaulle Charges Plot To Topple Strikers Ready To Reopen Talks PARIS UPI Leaders of a 24hour strike there yelped Apollo 9 com nrmler James A McDivitt of the smoother landing area To splash into that area of the i Atlantic 300 miles north of Puerto Rico McDivitt Daudjf R Scott and Russell LC Schweickari will slay aloft anI other 97 minutes You have a go all the way to 1521 ground communicator Stuart Roosa told the space pilots This meant they would land on the start of the 152nd swing around the earth Wowee1 yelled McDiviil when he was lotd of the stormy conditions of the prime landingi zone where the carrier USSj Guadalcanal steamed i 1 don think anybody up here is a good enough sailor fori that he said of a landing in the windy swelling ocean 200 miles southwest of Bermuda Roof a said the forecast Thursday for the new recovery area called for light and variable winds 23 foot wiih swells of K to 7 feet andj 10mile visibility i The new splashdown lime was estimated at pm EST Thursday Waves of only a few feet are Republican Jaycees Plan New Tot Lot A full agenda occupied that crippled V rl 3 t I PS OP I 11 1 I o c n a i n rtf v 1 t 4 i 1 la Ki iriivnc t i i In Smith field Fiscal Fight Still Raging Despite Pact last evening during the course Charles de Gaulles charges of a plot to topple Bounced wilingness to UPI House Republicans ana Democrats locked horns once again Tues day on fiscal matters and teachers salaries da the Spite an agreement on raising money for Democrats ridiculed 70 term in he Tussey system and a head football coachjment named ume on pay raises considered outlandish the govern G HOBART SMITH In Race For Walker Twp Tax Office Township resident ransnlp 3nri its 5narempn HODart Slllltn announces Ij Mrs Mary Bella Mohr of theidf Huntingdon area was hired to teach in the elementary grades at a salary of Mrs Mohr has laugrit for the past three jeeirs and was given a profesi sional employes contract with the school Hired temporary pro fessional certificates were Miss Judith Nisewonser girls phvsij ca education Instructor 14Ly John Hoover currently a rtjn at Shippensburg State College jdon Elks WK will teach in tne elemen larv curriculum District Lions Rally Is Slated The annual Spring n U1C urine De Gaulle made his allegaPJaced Saturday at the inns in a on thft William Smith ea Jaycee chapter at lhe ridictlleci a lar business meeting held last R6Publlcan doficit financing nigiit at the Hunlmedon Commu Ule SHld would al nigiit at the Huntingdon Commu nity Center Mike Weaver chairman noted that the benches low the Commonwealth to bor row money for any iype nf pro1 gram includingIhV nutsfor j0l Capitol squirrels tions in a nationwide broadcast I0 tlle William Smith School in turn ex Tuesday night in the waning PIavSround all the workpresf the Dem KSI Pan for implementing hours of a general strikethai drastically curtailed essential services in a show of worker solidarity for pay raises remaining involves the tlie moveable placement Pan f0 implementing stage of a teachers sandbox sand in the now About 10 million workers A committee is responded to the strike call formed under Hie chairmanship Some marched in Paris shoutof Gerald Qtiigg to begin the de ing Down with De Gaulle jvelopment of asecond ol lot on The government contends theithe Smithfield Elementary New To Librar Progressing Tlie board of trustees of the Huntingdon County ybrary The action look place despite eld its regular monllily meet jtlie agreement under which Rejiug yesterday and observed tho publicans say they will back a progress which has teen 12 per cent wage boost the School playground as unions demand would jeopardize j weather permits soon as P Hun no sSav ffablil bdtul da1 iGalllle also franc Don Cbsta chairman of a com the sameimiltee studying wavs of improv who led last years Maying the The announcement was madeiJune slrikes had tried to mistStar and n ne dliiouncemetu was macieuune strike by District Governor Harihim from power then werejed the committees findings dur offensive ing the business meeting J Heitlirged Saturday April 5 is the ten talive date for the annual Easier Egg Hunt conducted bv the EH th year Boft raora comnjunisi ol chapter G rov will tentative r were an nounced for the Amblyopta pro gram which is under the co twobill package to furnish 48 million to Philadelphia public schools in return for Democrat ic votes to reenact the 6 per cent sales tax The Democrats moved into position for a final vote a Sen ateapproved hill which would extend through June 10 the deadline within which the stale Salary Adjustments Bedford edford Fulton and Mifflin te president were right Ihen Edward M Lindsev f Law the vast majority of Frenchmen c i j u i Ul i i In addition adjustments werejrenceburs Tenn a past coplotters approved by the school board in j dent of Lions International will Scguy announced his confeder the salaries of Gary Nelsonibe the guest of honor and main ation Ti Gary Waugerman and Ronaldjspeaker at ihe annual district all of whom will be in j rally Early reservations will be Aoolfo candle and its spacemenHobart Smith announces second year of teachingjneccssarv since the capacity of around like a cork for ihe Republican during 196970 Mandated inthe Elks Home is limited and team leaders ahnarH thp for lax collector and second year statustickets will be sold on a first team leaders aboard the Guad said seas of 10 to 12 feet sti winds up to 32 miles an hT were the maximum coiid be tolerated for a recovery Continued On Page Two account for the adjustnipnt injcome firslserved basis Dis Smith is past commander irom 5100 S57W for trict Governor Kimmel said was ready to go back to the negotiating table to discuss Continued On Page Seven IEW970 In addition In t h e announce 4 Homeless In Fire In Tell Twp Tussey science teacher Robertment of the district rally the berof the Pennsylvania was named head footjLions leaders heard reports byj that Standing Sione Post J754 Veter safe ans of Foreign Wars a mem ber of the Pennsylvania iVationHamsey was named head leaders neard reports byj al Guards he has been for Injball coach Rt the school to suei members of the cabinet regardi and a director and vicelceeri Donald Brumbaugh the status and growth of Lij president of the Huntingdon I Continued On Page Three County Motor Club He belongs lo lhe Stone Creek Valley Lions Club is a member of the First United Methodist jChurch of Huniingdon and sings inn in the church choir loved at Kiberelas for LXSIDE THE NEWS Thp 1 lie Knode Is ReElected President u i Earl Knode of Huntingdon Gov Kimmel reporled ihst heiD 2 continue in the of Tl has now completed his official flceof president of District Five J visits tn all the clubs He saidof the Huntingdon County Sim excellent spirit of Association for Ihe 8 is evident in all sections of thejcominS year district Hundreds of service The election and insisllaiionj iiof officers was one of he high onism in 14L may borrow money for long term projects Try In Vain The GOP tried in vain to wipe out restrictions on the types of programs that could be financed through borrowing money But the attempt by Hep H Jack Seltzer RLeba non failed on a vote of 04100 Democrats maintained that Ted A u r a n dj this action torpedoed the Re and Ed Busa Chairman Roger McChesney announced that tlie chapters an nual Inaugural Ball will be held ContinuedOn Page Two publican proposal to borrow million for certain projects in order to avoid a state in Conlinued On Page Seven progress which has been in tlie construction of ths new wing Workmen have opened up Mia wall separating the existing li brary from Ihe new addition This opening will eventually become the connecting door be tween the two structures Workers have erected book stacks on the mezzanine and the painters have also been at work Gordon Haverstock chair man of the building program conducted a discussion of reno vations to be made in the Mc Murtrie building These will become part of the present project The board approved library receipts of including a Title I grant of to be used for purchasing books and expenditures of Continued On Page In Log Angeles Ghettos Students Try To Close Schools Four persons were madeber of the loan committee of the homeless last night in a blazejFiberglas Huntingdon Federal that caused extensive damageiCredit Union to a Dublin Township dwelling Continued On Two along Route 522 one mile of Shade Gap c t si i i T Mr and Mrs Lloyd Glunl On Approaches To their two sons 5 and 7 years ol ege were routed from their one etory frame duelling into 14 de gree weather by the fire Approximately 56 volunteer firemen from Shade Gap an Orbisonia Rockhili battled the baze in bitter cold Five piece of firefighting equipment were used The estimate of the loss was not immediately available bu1 fnemen said there was extena sive damage to There is insurance Ann Landers 1 district Hundreds of service The election and insisllaiionj P Classified Ads 17 projects have heen completed orjof officers was one of he high Comics 15 are in the process of being comilights of the annual Crossword Puzzle 17Dieted These oroiecls ranep all held Sunriav at Ihe Arripnhpimr omcs are n e process o eng corngs o e annua convenlon the past Is years he is a mem Crossword Puzzle 17 These projects range all held Sunday at the ArH0nhoim Columnists 6 ihe way from a swimChurch of the Brethren Obituaries aiming pool at Three Springs loj other officers who will serve Society And Club News 13 Ismail but important projccisjadditional terms are vice presi Sports 4j Continued On Page Seven jdeni Geary D Etinn secretary Miller treasurer Don adult superintendent Mekong Delta Battle Is Costly For Communists j Dorothy Fagan Mrs Evalyn Sioudt young peo pies superintendent Mrs Grace Isenberg childrens superinicn dent Nliss Jane McCall relig ious education Mrs John Pe ters temperance superintend ent Earl Mammon administra SAIGON1 CUPIl Helicopterriding US in fantrymen swarmed around 300 Communists on Mekong Delta approach to Saigon and No Schedule Conflict The midweek Lenten service at First Baptist Church Hunt ingdon March 12 at oclock will be concluded in limefor persons to atlenri Hie opera performance at Oiler Hall tonight The Rev William B Payne minister of United i rtu u i t i L T A Presbyterian Church will Black mgh school students in Los Angeles speak trying to shut down 18 ghetto junior and senior high schools in an atlempt to keep police out smashed windows and set fires Tuesday Twelve persons were arrest ed seven of them adults A high school and a junior high school remained closed in the third day of a strike loday The Black Students Alliance vowed to continue its strike until police were barred from campuses Mayor Sam Yorty said that would never be Scuffle With Students Rv J Mount Union House Is Destroyed Mount Union firemen respond ed to an alarm at pm on n Paterson NJ Tuesday Monday at the home of Mrslrotnelmeled notice scuffled IveltaDenson of 12 West PorHxviLn students sittingin an Easl iai ouictt IUullt U11IUU tors missionary superintendent The eight room house Long Hollow Trucker Is Killed A Long Hollow trucker father of three children was instantly killed yesterday afternoon when the tractor trailer he was op erating Mrs Fred Rupert II S lv us The and Headquarters described losses as light in the battle as0cock completelv gutted by the flames 1 t of 2l firemen i LI 1C 11 A MCI me nouse air strikes and artillery killed 57 in fighting thatjthe dugtn Communists U011CL raged into loday lout the afternoon and during theHartman at the piano the battle Allied u dwelling at be same an attack leader was The Glunls built the horre Lay three vears after a firp in Announcing me uam MUCU D 1965 totally destroved their headquarters simultaneou s 1 ytfe Reds Pian enter a Battle Still Under Way ing the I7th chapter of St John reported the fewest The battling was still underas a basis for his remarks gt daw7li tne 9lh rjivisiopi The Rev jsoldiers reported with the Waves of American B52J Americans trying to close ai and he and his camfx Overal losses spokes1 Ambers hammered around the guerrilla message using the ulen r i frnrn n0 u convention theme of Christian Two policemen and several demonstrators were injured Schools are for education not demonstrations Mayor Lawrence F Kramer said in ordering Paterson police lo the school The schools enrollment of 2000 is 65 per cent black In Durham NC students of near and North pinned him in the cab The accident victim Gerald Robert Smith 30 McVeylown RD was pronounced dead at the scene by Harry Gardner of Lewistown Mifflin County depu ty coroner Death was due to crush injuries of the body The Smith lthe wife and family including aged o Mr G 1 u n t fixed thefip sive0 ali aaainsl military Waves of American B52 Americans trying to clo and he and his son then reirpd camfx Overall losses spokes1 bombers hamfmered approaches noose around the guerrilla u men said were light Saigon from lhe north a tactic that seldom succeeds r The delta battle 45 milesimosl 40000 Redsj Elsewhere according to St Paul in ouiriwest of Saigon brought tonreatenflS he city werai two clashes near Kon j scnf 297 the number of Viet mustering Their tarHum City a Central Highlands Salmons pointed lo ma iand Xorth Vietnamese slain were lo 45 milesitrouble spot American units Continued On Page Seven infiltration corridors to the citynortnwest Saigon warjreported killing 37 North in the past 3fl hours said jVietnamese in two fights thai spokesmen said US losses fni US 9th Infantry eight GIs killed and the four fights were five killedtroopers patroling the Mekongwounded wounded Delta saw lhe 300man Commu US 43 Siiyder Couuty DA Missijig O mi jiivfiv i tj ti n i otjrvO V Cj PA IV Pi The dropoff in shellings and Tuesday and summoned hunishau Valley in South VielnamsjA missing persons bulletin has 10 increase in fighting USIdreds of their buddies who rodefar northwest corner clashedbeen issued for Snyder County Enfer Third Phase nist unit on the move late through Marines sweeping ridses above the A said coincided into the fray Continued On Page Seven Mrs Glum was not in bed and smoke she investigated and Continued On Page Three Retailers At Luncheon Ten retailers attended the1 regular meeting of the Mount Union Retail Committee held on Tuesday afternoon Chairman Luther Parks con Proposal Given To Soloitx dueled cne luncheon session held at Bill E wings ReslaiK rant South Jefferson Street Minutes of the February meeting were read by secre ary Mrs Toni Boggs A report1 of the organizations finances was presented by the treas urer Mrs Grace Knox j ii con1 Should university tuition likeincreasing instructional fees formeans test applied to the cost Mrl Knnv T income tax most of the 240000 studentsof education in a slate i ace and Lumer Parksigraduated according to a universitv svstem was appointed to make plans students familv income Attending Ohio state AlohfoSHsS universities for future promotion events i The Ohio State Board However lhe full now Sv aK S in Robert McCoy assistant vice Regents governing body ofwould apply only to f thrce president and manager of Ihe Ohios state university families have incomcquartcr Tn rolsej inprpasp Mount Union office of the UnChinks it shouldat least lo theafter income tax rfljse l t o extent of providing reduced than a year for a k of the fire Fire Chief Fred AppleiDuke University Jr assisted by College joined blackine re anfl aged 1 9 fire chief Roy Whitsel land Lt residents Tuesday to discuss yearf ln Wayne I Jerry Shapiro announced withdrawal of black Mifflm County four said that the origin of studens from Duke and the oppVlSotel ear j State Police at Lewistown said o uu No Arrests Uie accident happened at p son were her Three children and1 When the rallv at nRoute 10i Uv miles east Mrs Mattie Lee i FivePoints seciion ended winf Smith was driv Two pumpers and the squaddows were broken anri police Jng Bloackuay truck tractor truck were caken to the scene ofjwcre called to the scene a semitraier loaded the fire Firemen laid 600 feet ofwere no arrests iwith stcel collsAs Smlth J bated a curve the cargo shifted Also residing with Mrs Den Tuition Slash For Low Income Students Urged wel Ion National Bank was omed at the luncheon Since more of the retailer re or no fees at all for students i from low income families In a unique proposal to attending the luncheons ft In a unilue to the decided to continue withislate that will vAHiuitue WHnicomfi f afternoon meetings j Continued On Page Seven icome up for consideration loday Students from families in the to bracket would pay only 50 per cent of the pro posed increase and those from families under would pay by ihe House Finance fess Ueethe regents have suggested In no other stale is there a year for students whose fami lies are above the income line those between and would pay a year Under S5000 income there would be no the Continued On Page Seven District Attorney Harry Wilcox State Police disclosed Tuesdav Police said Wilcox father of three children left he area last Feb 24 with the intention of getting away for a while They said he had taken a leave of ab sence from his office Wilcox lived here with his wife and a son and daughter He also has a married son Police said they put the bulletin on a 13 state police teletype network THE WEATHER Variable cloudiness t h i i morning becoming mosliy sunny this afternoon breezy and cold today Few scat tered snow flurries enffing today High in 20s Fair and cold tonight Low S to low teens Thursday partly Clou dy and not as cold High mid 20s to mid 30s Outlook for Friday variable cloudi nejj and little change in temperature two and onehalf inch line fSOfl At Princeton ifVJ Universi feet of one and onehalf inch line jty black students seized Continued On Page Seven j Continued On Page Seven Assistant Engineer At District PDH Named Robert E Deweese 32 of Enola project scheduling engi neer with the Bureau of Design State Highway has been named Department assistant dis trict engineer in charge of pre construction for the sixcounty Hollidaysburg District Deweese who has been with Lhe Department since will tegin his new duties tomorrow Thursday March 13 according lo an announcement today by Highways Deputy Secretary V W Anckaitis The newly created position said Anckaitis will provide District Engineer Thomas Col antino with an experienced pro fessional engineer to aid in pro viding an expanded road im provetnent program in the six counties Continued On Page Seven aland the driver lost control of lhe rig The truck tractor ran off the highway and overturned pinning Smilh in the cab The rig owned by the Kirk Trucking Company of Monroe ville was damaged State Police said It was Mifflin Countys first traffic fatality of the new year The deceased was born No Conlinued On Page Three ROBERT DEWEESE Solous Seek Tax Relief For Pueblo Crew WASHINGTON Legislation has been introduced in both the House and Senate lo relieve the crew members of the Pueblo from federal income ax on pay received during the lime they were in captivity in North Korea The Navy paid ihe crew all back pay from Jan 24 1968 through last month without deducting any withholding taxes But the Internal Revenue Service told the men taxes on the full amount woull be dua April 15   

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