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   Daily News (Newspaper) - April 15, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                CLASSIFIED ADS DIAL MISS CLASSIFIED 6434040 or 5424641 State THE DAILY NEWS VOL 48 NINE CENTS PER COPY HUNTINGDON AND MOUNT UNION PA TUESDAY APRIL 15 1969 PHONE 6434040 NO 64 North Koreans Gleefully Claim Downing Of Airplane With 31 Crewmen Aboard Budget Director Will Shed Light On Cuts Solons Are Caught By Surprise WASHINGTON UPI ideal Nlxoas budget director unveils today the new adminis trations budget which will reveal how Nixon plans to cut speeding by billloii The budget figures also will shed light on Nixons broadly phrased 10point domestic gram his informal State of the Union message which caught Con surprise Monday Starting about amEST Budget Director Robert P Mayo was to reveal the results of the second and final budget review by the administrations department heads Mayo said Saturday the budget total of billion would be billion less than what the Nixon administration estimated the Johnson administrations budget to cost In advance of the budget disclosure Nixon briefed the Democratic chairmen and ing Republicans on the Senate and House Appropriation com mittees the Senate Finance ConPd on Page 2 Called Woefully Out Of Line State Is Facing New Districting HARREBURG UPI Pennsylvania is woefully out of line with the VS Supreme Courts latest population standards for con gressional apportionment and the states current district map appears vulnerable to legal challenge INSIDE THE NEWS Ann Landers 3 Comics 9 Crossword Puzzle 11 Editorials 8 News Of Yesteryear 8 Obituaries 2 Pennsylvania Story 8 Society Club News 7 Sports 4 At April Court 142 Called For Duty As Jurors One hundred fortytwo per sons have been directed by Sheriff Ro bert E Norris to report for jury duty during the fourweek April Term of Huntingdon County Court Judge R Merle Heffner will preside at the session which opens Monday April 21 Thirty countians have been se lected to serve on the grand jury which convenes at am Monday April 21 Two weeks have been set aside for the trial of criminal cases Sixty persons have been direc ted to report at am Monday April 28 Civil cases will be heard during the week of Monday May 12 and 52 countians have been order ed to report at on that date for service as traverse jurors District Attorney Newton C Taylor has indicated that there Contd on Page 2 The average deviation from ideal district population ta Pennsylvania is more than five times as great as it is in Mis souri whose apportion meat was struck down by the high court last week as contrary to the one mam one vote prin ciple The court decreed that states must show they have striven to achieve precise mathematical equality in the population of their districts and justify it when they fail to do so A resolution was introduced in the state Senate Monday night that would have the Joint State Government Commission study the effect of the latest ruling on Pennsylvanias con gressional and legislative ap portionments The commission would be directed to report back to the General Assembly Contd on Page 6 By DARRELL GAR WOOD WASHINGTON UPI A US Navy spy plane with 31 men aboard was lost today in the Far East and the North Korea Com munists gleefully announced they shot it down with a single shot at a high altitude The Defense Department said only that the plane was missing It was Identified as a version of In Controversy the Air Force EC121 a four engine propellerdriven craft loaded with sophisticated Intel ligencegathering equipment A broadcast by North Korean radio saying the plane intruded North Korean airspace and was downed with one shot at high altitude hinted that an antiair craft missile may have been used President Nixon was awa kened White House would not say precisely what informed of the incident by his national security adviser Dr Henry A Kissin ger The President will be kept informed of this matter Confd on Page 6 National Committee Backs Nice Snack From Pretty Table Saxtons Hes TOPS newsboy Michael Putt enjoys milk and cookies with Mrs Betty Cypher who wrote the prizewinning letter about him in the Daily News contest The refreshments tasted extra good for they were served on a beautiful walnut dining room table which Mrs Cypher bought at an auction last summer and refinished THfr WEATHElr Western Pennsylvania Cloudy and mild with occasion al light rain today and tonight High today in the 60s Low to night in the 50s Wednesday partly cloudy and mild with light rain ending most sections in the early forenoon High in the 60s and lower 70s Talks Thanks To Mrs Cyphers Letter JL cucvo Open Early utt IS Winner Next Month For Saxton Area Two Main Items Discussed At Length Mount Union Community Meet Highly Beneficial The second meeting of representatives ol the various organi zations in Mount Union held last night in the social room of the Municipal Building proved highly beneficial to all in attendance Nearly 40 persons representing 15 organizations attended this followup session of the initial dinner meeting sponsored by the Mount Union Chamber of Commerce in January Borough Council President Robert Goodman was excellent in the role of mediator He noted he was substituting for Chamber President Melvin MoCorkle who is in the hospital Goodman welcomed everyone I and stated the main purpose of the meeting was to further dis cuss community needs and what I can be done to improve the wel fare of the community The two main Items discussed I were the prospects of obtaining a Idoctor in theboroughandthepos Isibility of the expansion of the JMount Union ManufacturingCom PARIS talks between the South Vietnamese p government and the Viet Cong t could begin early next month a official close to the peace negotiations said today Other Saigon delegation offi cials were skeptical They said the guerrillas and their National Liberation Front political orga nization might agree to outside conversations but not until South Vietnams regime is changed Monday another South namese official said the Back Human Wave Attack Altoona Couple Charged With Child Murder ALTOONA Pa UPI An Altoona couple has been charged with murdering their 4yearold daughter and then hiding her body It was found nearly three months later ly decomposed Joseph arid Marsha Galanlck were arraigned Monday and held without bond They were accused in the death of their daughter Pam ela whose body was found in a trunk under the parents trailer home in January Au thorities said the girl had been dead since about Oct 31 Two autopsies were con ducted but the cause of death was not disclosed pany L Grief and Brother a division of Genesco Inc It was revealed that Dr JPaul Clymer of Lancaster a doctor of osteopathy has indicated he will practice in Mount Union He will take his state board test in July and will probably will open his office in town in November The new physician an old style family doctor is interest ed in locating his office in the former office of the late Dr Mar tin Katz Confd on Page 6 uniata Valley Coed To e In Regional Chorus A Juniata Valley High School junior Galla Higinbotham will participate in the regional chorus festival sponsored by the Peruv Isylvania Music Educators Assoc liatlon at Brookville on April 17 119 Daughter of Mr and Mrs iobert Higinbotham of tyren vood Alexandria RJ Galla is active participant in the Juniata Valley High School lusical program under the dh ection of Russell LaForce She has been a member of the chorus for three years taking rt in musicals for two years nd attending previous District nd Regional festivals Galla is four year member of the Hornet nd in which she plays the flute ponf d on Pago 5 69 Easter Seal Drive Successful Receipts in the 1969 Huntingdon County Easter Seal Drive are running slightly ahead of last year Ronald E Detwiler campaign director told the executive board of the Huntingdon County Easter Seal Society for Crippled Chil dren and Adults last evening that this years fund drive will be a success He added that the efforts and cooperation of countians in the drive have been most rewarding Detwiler said special projects make excellent showings Final figures on the campaign are not yet available but Dr Donald U Fauth reported that the BAC BuckACup Day netted the society The total Contd on Page 6 SAIGOK soldiers crept into South Viet nam from Cambodian bivouacs today and in human waves Vietattacked a US outpost whose Viet defenders turned them back Cong were refusing to engage im with beehive artillery rounds negotiations with Saigon bekilling 238 cause they apparently thought UPI correspondent Nat Gib they could still win concessions son reported from the battle ground 33 miles westnorthwest of Saigon that 13 GIs died and three were wounded in the battle for PatrolBase Diamond 3 built Monday 1000 yards from the Cambodian border Leveling their howitzers the 250 Americans outnumbered threetoone unleashed a bar rage of the dartfilled beehive WASHINGTON UPI John rounds shotgunstyle into the SD Eisenhower son of the late waves of Communist troops president was sworn in Monday Gibson said as ambassador to Belgium His We knew they were coming mother Mamie looked on with We had the searchlights ready tears in her eyes but broke into and turned them on an officer a big smile when the State at the base said Dive bombers Department ceremony w a s and helicopter gunships swept Confd on Page 5 Contd on Page 5 Confd on Page 6 Eisenhower Takes Oath As Ambassador Jack of all trades and master of none Thats how Mrs Joe Cypher of Saxton modestly describes herself She claims shes everything from a wife and mother to a cen sus enumerator Avon represen wr tative employee of the Quality Robertson Oliver Are Winners Manufacturing Company part time worker at Harclerodes store and Republicancommittee woman for Saxton borough Now she has another accom plishment to add to her list and this time she cant underestimate her abilities Letter writing It was Betty Cyphers letter about her Daily Newsboy Michael Pott which won for him and for herself Contest judges Prof and Mrs Wilbur K McKee judged her letter best In the Saxton division Heres what she had to say about her Hes TOPS carrier Mike Im so glad the Daily News is going to give me the oppor tunity to tell about our news boy I think I have told everyone else what a polite and efficient boy Michael Putt of Saxton is WASHINGTON UPI Republican National Committee is implicitly endorsing President Nixons antiballistic missile plan although its new chair man Rep Rogers CB Morton of Maryland is arguing ABM policy should not be a partisan issue The committee gave a broad endorsement to Nixon adminis tration foreign and domestic moves Monday after electing Morton to succeed Hay C Bliss as GOP national chairman Bliss resigned effective Wed nesday Its session was the opening of a fourday round of Republican meetings to prepare for the 1970 state and congressional elec tions GOP state chairmen invited Morton to a separate huddle today About 4000 Republican women also were in Washington for a conference that opened Monday night to run into Thursday The national committee adopted a resolution saying that the young Nixon administration had moved quickly and deci sively to reverse the policy of drifting into crisis that has burdened the American people for far too long In its recital of actions it Confd on Page 5 Hepburn Barbra Tied For Oscars HOLLYWOOD UPI Katharine Hepburn who won her first Oscar before Barbra Streisand was born tied with the 26year old singer for best 41st Academy Awards actress of the year Monday night at the Veteran Kills Two Policemen You can depend on this boy the paper is always in the door Some of the boys Contd on Page 6 Miss Hepburn won an cedented third time for Eleanor of Aquitaine in The Lion im Winter Miss Streisand was voted the Oscar in her first movie Funny Girl Cliff Robertson playing an imbecile who momentarily is restored to mental normality was voted best actor of the year for Charly Oliverl a musical adapta tion of Oliver twist triumphed as the best picture of 1968 and won six lesser awards to top all other films in the annual competition Legal Drinking Age Stays At 21 Galla Higlnbolham Convention Scheduled Christian Unity will be the theme of the convention of Dis trict 11 of the Huntingdon County Sunday School Association to be held April 20 at the Orbisonia Presbyterian Church Afternoon and evening ses sions will feature song services devotional periods and special music Area ministers will ticipate The Rev Theodore RBowers president of the district and Confd on Page 6 Senate Gets Bills To Cut Age Of Majority To 19 Oldtimers Win Best supporting actor and actress laurels went to a pair of Jack Albertson for Confd on Page 6 HARRISBURG UPI Some day soon 19 and 20 year old Pennsylvanias may be able to place bets at the race track but if they lose they still wont be able to drown their sorrows in the clubhouse Senate Republican Leader Stanley G Stroup introduced 40 bills Monday night designed to lower the age of majority in Pennsylvania to 19 with one major exception The legal drinking age would remain at 21 Nineteen year olds would be given such rights and duties as men bus entering into contracts making man in wills paying local taxes suing More Bills Coming and being sued Stroup said there would be They could get tattooed or about 20 more bills introduced married without parental con the near future including one sent allowing youths to serve on jur ies to complete his 19yearold They could collect unernploy package ment compensation getamort o gage or form a corporation They could get state licenses to be real estate agents phar public accountants poul try technicians auctioneers and insurance agents They could be state police drivers or bottom a coal mine He described the overall plan as the logical conclusion to action by the Senate earlier this year on legislation lowering the is now before a HouseSenate conference committee which is attempting to iron out inter chamber differences It Is in the form of a constl Conf d en Page 5 CHICAGO disabled Marine veteran killed two policemen questioning h i m about a department store who bombing and then held hundreds of police off for six hours with guns grenades and homemade bombs before surrendering Frank Kulak 41 today admitted to police after surren dering Monday he planted the bomb among military toys in a old timers Goldblatt Brothers Department Store April 7 to show how awful war is The bomb killed a woman clerk and injured eight other Persons 1 flty larp At one point in the slx4iour i battle Kulaks brother Harold shouted up to him on the third floor apartment Frank this isnt a combat zone The war is over Frank a lot of these men out here are servicemen Frank Kulak came to the window and bared his chest Policemen near the building scurried for cover fearing he would throw another bomb or grenade Police marksmen held their fire although they could have killed him Then Harold Kulak a sister fa HARRISBURG UPI The Public Utility Commission Mon day suspended a 10 per cent fare Increase which 25 intercity bus lines operating through Penn sylvania sought H to put Into ef fect May 1 The PUC which delayed the boost for up to six months to Nov 1 said it needs more op erating data to determine wheth Mrs Katnerine Potts who lived er the hike is justified in the apartment with her husband and brother and Contd on Page 6 Lines involved are OrvlHe D Anderson Green Contd on Page 5   

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