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Daily News (Newspaper) - April 17, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania CLASSIFIED ADS DIAL MISS CLASSIFIED 6434040 or 5424641 State Library Education Building Harrisburg Pa 17125 THE DAILY NEWS VOL 48 NINE CENTS PER COPY HUNTINGDON AND MOUNT UNION PA THURSDAY APRIL 17 1969 PHONE 6434040 NO 66 2 Bodies From Downed Plane Are Recovered Spring Arrives On Cypress Island The spring ride along Pennsylvania Avenue in Smithfield Township is always a special treat when the blossoms appear on the cherry trees lining Cypress Island This year that beauti ful sight is hard to observe for most residents because of the detour on Route 26 between Smithfield and Huntingdon This Daily News photo shows that once again the spring scene is exceptional Hanoi Is Guilty Of Aggression Lodge Kent State Scene Of Violence Police arrested 59 supporters of Kent State Universitys Students for a Democratic Society late Wednesday after the dissidents attempted to disrupt a closed hearing for seven suspended SDS members Today was the last day of a student strike to abolish the Reserve Officers TrainingCorps at Harvard New York Universitys Bronx campus Hall of Fame Library was firebombed early today by what fire officials said was a molotov cocktail It took firemen more than one hour to extinguish the two alarm blaze in the building It caused extensive damage to the basement and auditorium The protesters at Kent State broke down a door to gate entrance to the building but were barred from the hearing room by police ConPd on Page 2 PvCRiS The United states today submittedUrthirvlet nam peace conference evidence it said legally backed its stand that North Vietnam is guilty of armed aggression against South Vietnam President Nixons chief nego tiator Henry Cabot Lodge made the move at todays 13th negotiating session of the talks Lodge disclosed his negotiat ing strategy while talking to newsmen minutes before the start of the Majestic Hotel session Lodge said the United States felt that the conference must clearly deal with the legal aspect of the Vietnams armed attack on South Vietnam This is a fundamental aspect of this whole thing and something that must be cov Temporary Taxes Are Permanent Contd on Page 5 THE WEATHER Increasing cloudiness and warm today High in the sev enties Cloudy and warm with showers and chance of a thun dershower tonight Low in the upper fifties and lower six ties Cloudy and not as warm with showers Friday High in the upper sixties Clouciy and mild with showers likely for Saturday HARRISBURG UPI Few things are as permanent in Pennsylvania as a temporary tax The State Senate confirmed that axiom once again Wednes day when it passed and sent Gov Raymond P Shafer legis lation freezing the state sales tax at 6 per cent Under temporary legislation approved in late 1967 the sales levy went from 5 to 6 per cent on Jan 1 1968 But without the bill now on the governors desk it would have reverted to 5 per cent when the current fiscal year expires on June 30 The governors office noting there was no real hurry said Shafer probably would sign the bill into law early Contd on Page 2 Attack On US Center Repulsed SAKJON US artillery barrages shattered the Commit nlstsrsecond attenjpt days to storm an American outpost on the Cambodian border west of Saigon military spokesmen said today At the same time the American command reported six South Vietnamese dead and 40 wounded in a 15round rocket attack against Da Nang the nations second largest city late Wednesday and early today For the second time in two days Communistsoldiers tried to storm Patrol Base Diamond IE an American outpost 1000 yards from the Cambodian iConfd on Page 2 Route 522 Topic Of Planners Robert E Deweese assistant district engineer preconstruct ion for District 9 of the State Highways Department answered a number of questions concern ing the status of work on Route 522 reconstruction north to Mount Union But he couldnt answer how that project which carried the countys number one priority as a primary road project had been omitted from both map and narra tive in the recent publication of the updated Department of High ways sixyear plan The engineer spoke at the April meeting of the Huntingdon County Planning Commission held last evening in the commissioners conference room at the Hunt ingdon County Courthouse Approximately 25 persons were present LIMITED ACCESS Deweese who has been with the Highways Department for 11 years and has been serving Dis Contd on Page 5 Two Model Cities To Be Picked Guaranteed Annual Income Experiment Will Be Tried WASHINGTON UPI Nixon administration is making plans to experiment with guaranteed annual income The plans mark a big departure from President Nixons cam paign opposition to the con troversial proposal The Department of Health Education and Welfare HEW has asked for million in fiscal 1970 to experiment with guaranteed annual income and childrens allowance in several model cities neighborhoods About 800 families would be involved I want to go ahead as quickly as possible with a series of welldesigned income maintenance experiments HEW Secretary Robert H Finch said in a recent departmental memo A source said the department is seeking the answers to economic and social questions Economically it wants to know how the families spend the money they Congress wants to know if it will be for bread or booze she how new income will affect their work patterns and work motivations Socially the department wants to know what impact guaranteed income will have on marriage and birth rates childrens performances i n schools and family relation ships Cities being considered for the test include Charlotte NC Gary Ind Philadelphia Pa and Seattle Wash UPI has learned It is expected two cities will be chosen within a week for the experiment Seattle is believed to be one of the two HEW requested the million for innovative demon stration of new approaches to income maintenance and social services The administration hopes to find a system of guaranteed support for lowincome families that would reduce welfare rolls Results of the testing will be reported to Congress HEW guidelines scheduled payments to families to begin in December and evaluation to begin in January 1970 Returning To Huntingdon May 23 Guy Lombardo Is Signed For Ball It will be New Years Eve in May this year with the announce ment that Guy Lombardo and his Royal Canadians will provide the music for the 20th annual Charity Ball sponsored by the Auxiliary to the J C Blair Memorial Hospital Orbisonia Youth Hurt John Boyd Ewing 17 Water Street Orbisonia is listed in fairly good condition today at the J C Blair Memorial Hospital where he is being treated for injuries received last night in a onecar accident in Cromwell Township Ewing suffered lacerations of the forehead and a possible frac tured jaw State Police said Ewing was northbound on Route 994 at pm driving a 1964 Ford station wagon He was en route from Southern Huntingdon County High School to Rockhill Furnace His vehicle dropped off the highway onto the east berm When he attempted to bring the station wagon back onto the highway he lost control and the vehicle slid in a northwesterdly direction for 150 feet and hit the high dirt bank on the west side of the road and ovarturned on its roof The injured youth was rushed to the hospital in the Orbisonia Rockhill firemens ambulance Runaway Hits Slat ion anon i A Huntingdon mans station wagon rwas damaged unusual accident in Smithfield Township about 4 FM Wed nesday No person was injured in the mishap State Police said Harold D Eheasley Crawford Apartments Huntingdon operat ing a 1959 Ford station wagon was waiting at the intersection of Route 22 and the Route 22 spur from the Fairgrounds Road preparatory 19 entering Route 22 Bruce Stutzman Berlin rd 4 was westbound on Route 22 operating a 1966 Ford truck trac tor hauling a semitrailer Kear the intersection the outside dual wheel of the right rear tandem axle on the rig came off and crashed into the left side of the Eheasley station wagon There was some damage to the legs on the rig wheel Dr and Mrs Frederic H Steele chairmen of the music committee for the extravaganza announced that the long time fa vorite had been contracted to pro vide the music for the annual af fair which will be held in the Jun iata College Gymnasium on Friday May 23 The signing of the big band sound of Lombardo is in keeping with the tradition of providing the Huntingdon area with the finest in musical talent for the Charity Ball In musical circles Gum Lom bardo is regarded as being so fabulous that a critic once re marked that he could fill audi toriums night clubs theatres dance halls and sell millions of records even if he were to use an orchestra containing only two fiddles and two pianos It is the Lombardo philosophy that an orchestra is successful if it gives the public that which merits acceptance which is Contd on Page 5 Sweeping Ordihanee T6 Be Enforced Huntingdon Chief of Police Donald Wingate warned today thai the borough ordinance governing street sweeping will be strictly enforced Many Huntingdon residents are not obeying the ordinance and are parking cars illegally in areas slated to be swept In addition to handicapping street sweeping operations the pract ice is placing a heavy work load of the police force In calling for the full coopera tion of the public Chief Wingate said that illegally parked cars will be tagged and the owners will be fined for violation ol the ordinance Motorcyle Rider Hurt In Accident A motorcycle rider Charles Davenport 21 Box 167 Juniata College Huntingdon was injured in an accident at Wednesday afternoon at the Fifth and Mifflin Streets intersection in Hun tingdon Officer Frank Brulia reported that Ralph I Garner 65 of 313 Third Street Huntingdon was westbound on Mifflin Street driving a 1969 Chevrolet He Contd on Page 2 I iiiisiial Mishap IVolxd Wheel pictured above came off a westbound tractortrailer yesterday afternoon and crashed into a Huntingdon mans station wagon along Route 22 Circle shows point where runaway wheel smashedinto vehicle owned by Harold D Sheasley Crawford Apartments Huntingdon No person was injured in mishap GUY LOMBARDO Industry Personnel Tour Skills Fifty Huntingdon area resi dents toured the expanded faci lities at Skills of Central Penn sylvania Inc 600 Penn Street last night Greeting the guests was William Clark assisted by members of the staff and student interns from Juniata College and Penn State University The affair was planned pri marily for representatives of business and industry who have cooperated with Skills during the past year Visitors noted the area recently partitioned into offices for Mr Clark Stephen Gates the psychologist and Mrs Sue Alex ander counselor The floor space in use for the variety of CConPd on Page 5 Little Hope Of Finding Survivors WASHINGTON UP US destroyer In the Sea at Japan has recovered the bodies of one officer and one enlisted man from the Navy intelligence plane shot down by North Korea the Defense Department said today It added it was now gravely concerned about the chances of finding any survi vors A Pentagon spokesman said the USS Tucker also recovered life jackets numerous pieces of aircraft wreckage and pieces of shrapneltorn aircraft fuselage while patrolling in the chill waters The bodies were discovered in an area about 17 miles north of the site where debris was first sighted Tuesday The plane carried 31 men We are now gravely con cerned about the chances of finding any survivors the spokesman said The search is being continued No Identifies were released for the two bodies pending notification of next of kin North Korea today identified the unit which shot down the plane as the 896th unit of the Korean peoples army which it said was cited for deliver ing a serious blow to the US air pirates who flew into the invisible territorial air of our Confd on Page 5 Draft Board Will Send 14 In May Huntingdon County today was ordered by Selective Ser vice to send 14 men for in duction into the armed forces on Wednesday May 14 The men will travel by bus to New Cumberland Army De pot Notices will be sent to the men today ordering them to report to draft headquarters at am DST on the above date Reds Say America Seeks War TOKYO Korea said today the US Navy reconnaissance plane It shot down was part of an American plan to trigger war in Korea The Communists said tension over the incident indicates fighting could break out again at any moment The brigandish provocative act committed by the US imperialist aggressors this time was part of their planned war preparations for igniting a new war in Korea North Koreas defense minister Gen Choi Hyun said CoutTd on Page 2 THE NEWS INSIDE Ann Landers12 Classified Ads 14 15 Comics13 Crossword Puzzle 15 News of Yesteryear 8 Obituaries2 Pennsylvania Story 10 Society Club News 9 Sports4 Sunday School Lesson 11 Juniata Valley Campaign Is Tremendous Success Donald G Everhart Juniata Valley chairman of the Margin of Difference Campaign for Junia ta College announced today that the local campaign which is now in the mopping up stage has been a tremendous success As of Friday April 11 over has been raised from alumni friends and businesses in the fivecounty area encom Huntingdon Fulton Centre Clearfleld and Mifflin Counties On the basis of the monies raised to date the cam paign has gone over the top at the originally projected goal Alumni gifts totaled with just under 19 per cent Xthe alumni constituency supporting the campaign which is designed to run through Juniatas centennial year of 1976 A special gifts program among alumni friends of Juniata and Huntingdon businesses headed by C Blair Miller of Huntingdon produced 42 per cent of the re gional total Everhart expressed apprecia tion to all volunteers for their efforts and particular apprecia tion to the contributors who once again responded to Junlatasever constant needs to maintain aca demic excellence Other campaign leaders for the Margin of Difference effort In the Juniata Valley include Richard C Coffman Thomas O Oeff ner and Mrs James Hunt of Huntingdon James McClaln of Lewistown Charles C Brown of Beliefonte Mrs James Gray of Ctearfleld and Dr James H Shultz of McConnellsburg
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