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Daily News (Newspaper) - April 21, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania State Library Education Building Harrisbrre Pa 171 CLASSIFIED ADS DIAL MISS CLASSIFIED 6434040 or 5424641 THE DAILY NEWS VOL 48 NWE CENTS PER COPY HUNTINGDON AND MOUNT UNION PA MONDAY APRIL 21 PHONE 6434040 NO 69 Flooding Crests Will Be Highest In This Century OW Man River kept roiling along today to one of the highest erests of the century in Wisconsin Iowa and Illinois The Mouse Uver will be a bit tamer at Minot N D officials said The mighty Mississippi its floodwaters rolling southward closed bridges and roads today North of La Cross Wis high winds whiEcer1 up waves which eroded banks Sunday At Minot where 12000 of the towns 35000 residents had left their homes civil defense officials said Sunday the Mouse River would not crest as high as bad been feared With flood stage about 14 feet the Mouse was at 2036 feet early today It had been expected to rise two more feet Hurt Car Pole A Three Springs RJ3 1 mac was injured his car was demolished and electrical ser vice in the Pogue area of Crorcu well Township was disrupted for about three hours Saturday night by about Wednesday but as the result of a cnecar officials said they now expected accident on Route 994 three it to rise only a few inches miles west of Roc khill Furnace more The accident victim Robert Thirty mile an hour winds Milton Smith 20 is listed in caused waves that Sunday satisfactory condition today at the Coned on Page 2 Contd en Page 5 At Partv Tuesday Eveiling Grand Jury To Consider 96 Cases The April Term of Huntingdor County Court scheduled to coo tlnue for four weeks convened at ajii today which Judge R Merle Heflher presiding Shortly after court opened the president judge appointed Joseph Glanzman retired postal em ploye to serve as foreman of the grand jury District Attorney Newton C Taylor was prepared to present 96 cases to the grand Jurors for their consideration The DA noted that it was one of the heaviest work loads ever to be presented It is expected that two and possibly three days will be required for the grand jury to complete its work Calvin T Walker prothonotary Contd on Page 5 Nixon Eyes Repeal Of Tax Cut In Surcharge Sponsors Of AFS Will Be Honored International Student Sponsors for the Huntingdon Chapter of Am erican Field Service will be honored guests at a party tomor row evening April 22 at oclock at the home of Mr and Mrs Ronald L Cherry 1830 Mifflin Street Greeting the honored guests will be Mrs John W Swigart Jr president of the AFS in Hun tingdon and Mr and Mrs Will Brahdma who have served as chairmen for the 1969 solicita tion of funds through enrollment of the International student Spon sors To date the appeal for sponsors has amounted to S815 in sight of the hoped for goal Per sons who still wish to answer the letter request may continue to do so and will be graciously received at the affair tomorrow night Another honored guest at the party will be Patricio Serrano Campos of Chile who is an AFS son this year in the home of Mr and Mrs Portsr Brown of Mill Creek RD and a senior at Hun tingdon Area High School Patri cio will speak informally about his country and answer any ques tions which the guests may have Mr and Mrs Brandau two for mer Americans Abroad parti cipants have promised refresh ments in the South American manner In honor of Patricio Additional International Stu dent Sponsors since the last listing in the newspaper are Mr Confd on Page 5 Ouster Of Dubcek Is Protested PRAGUE UPI Students at Charles University today began a sitin protest against the new Czechoslovak Communist leader who promised to fight without pity opposition such as theirs Dozens of youths with long hair and girls in miniskirts had faculty permission for tbe one day demonstration the first organized student opposition since Gustav Husak assumed power last Thursday To be against nobody doubts that read leaflets the students passed out in their in the liberal arts college We were before Husak and we will be after him The students kept their demonstration against the ous ter of Alexander Dubcek as Bicycle Car Involved In Traffic Death Rider of demolished bicycle on right was fatally injured last night on Route 26 north of Huntingdon when he was struck by Renault sedan pictured Bicyclist Walter W Hoff master Jr 18 Huntingdon RD 2 suffered fractured neck in mishap State Trooper Arthur L Brown is shown collecting data at accident scene Car involved in fatality stopped in short distance only Jew feet ahead of crushed bike replacement by ConPd Hus alt on the Page 2 British TO Bike Rider Is Fatally Send Troops TO Ireland Hurt In Sunday Mishap J v Jt In Special Message To Congress WASHINGTON UPI ident Nixon today asked Con gress to reduce tbe income tax surcharge from 10 to 5 per cent midway in the next fiscal year and to repeal tbe 7 per cent investment tax credit immedi ately to help curb inflation At tbe same time in a special tax reform message to gress Nixon called for removal of tbe poor from the federal tax rolls by the enactment of a low income allowance along with a minimum income tax for those in upper Income brackets Nixon made repeal of tbe 7 per cent Investment tax credit his price for convincing Con gress to extend the present 10 per cent income tax surcharge beyond its scheduled expiration June 30 Repeal of the investment tax credit will permit relief to every taxpayer through relaxa tion of the surcharge earlier than I had contemplated Nixon said Tbe revenue effect of tbe repeal of the investment tax credit will begin to be significant during calendar year 1970 Therefore I recommend Contd on Page Z on PATRICIO SERRANO CAMPOS Amnesty Week Planned At Library National Library Weeklsbeing observed throughout the nation this year from April 21 26 The librarians at Huntingdon County Library and Mount Union Branch Library remind patrons that this period will also be Amnesty Week which is a good time for returning overdue books magazines records or pamphlets without having to remit fine meats Although the main library in Contd on Page 5 BELFAST N of bierh Ireland UP exploded ic post offices and a mob attacked a police station here today Britain announced it would dispatch troops to help police control Northern ands worst outbreak of reli gious violence The decision to ask for troops from British units stationed in LOS ANGELES UPI Ireland came at a six Whatever the penally decided hour Ulster cabinet meeting by the jury for Sirhan B Sirhan Sunday night after a weekend of Arguments Begin In Sirhan Case imprisonment or the gas violence in which could be more than 10000 Roman Catno a year before his fate is certain gave police two hours Should he be sentenced to Sunday to get out of a riottore death the sentence would be region of Londonderry or face a automatically appealed under mob attack The police retreat California law If the defense ed decided to appeal the 30inch pipelines carry tion it could take a year before ing water to Belfast were blown the case is resolved up Saturday and authorities The seven men and five ordered rationing for all but women who convicted Sirhan hospitals last week of first degree least 200 protestors and murder for the assassination of as many police were injured In Sen Robert F Kennedy today a night of rioting Saturday Contd on Page 5 Con td on Page 5 Bail Set In Armed Robbery Three Maryland men charged with armed robbery waived a hearing whentaken before Justice of the Peace Mary Lightner and were held under 35000 cash bail for the next term of Hunt ingdon County Court Paul Martin Tichenor 31 Hill side Ivid also was charged with carrying a concealed weapon a knife Tichenor is still in Hunt ingdon County Jail in default of An 18yearold Otieida Township youth was killed last night when the bicycle he was riding was struck by a car on Route 26 about 7 miles north of Huntingdon The accident victim Walter Waldo Hoffmaster Jr son of Walter W Hoffmaster Sr Huntingdon RJJ 2 was dead on arrival at J C Blair Memorial Hospital Dr Harry H Negley Jr Hunt At Cornell Students Are Given Amnesty Cornell University administra tors who signed an amnesty agreement while black students stood over them with guns have asked a faculty committee to drop proceedings against five blacks arrested in an earlier demonstration Blacks at the Ithaca NY WALTER HOFFMASTER James liartin 28 Oxen Hill Md is scheduled to be released today and the third mem ber of the trio Howard Wallace Carper 31 District Heights Md raised ball yesterday and was freed Contd on Page 5 522 Deletion Attributed To Higher Costs Inquiry was made Friday of state Secretary of Highways Robert G Bartlett concerningthe deletion of the proposed Route 522 construction between Shirleysburg and Mount Union from the updated sixyear high ways improvement plan The project which had been presented by the District 9 Engi neer to the Highways Com mission had been recommended for inclusion in the updated plan Bartlett stated that the section Section 11 of the Route 522 con Contd on Page 5 ingdon County coroner said an autopsy would be held today to determine the cause of death It is believed the youth suffered a fractured neck Dr Negley will confer with State Police today on the matter of an inquest school seized the Student Union Hoffmaster a sophomore at early Saturday and evicted Huntingdon Area High School is parents visiting for the week the third person to be killed on end Apparently some of the 80 Huntingdon County highways this demonstrators had guns then year Sunday a yellow car drove up State Police identified Arthenia and two black students unloaded Bermuda Knole 33 Petersburg two packages of guns 1 as the driver of the 1367 The revolution has come YFC Escapee Apprehended By Trooper A 17yearold Luzerne Coun ty lad who escaped from Youth Forestry Camp No 3 Aitch RD last evening was apprehen ded by State Trooper Wayne Gib son along the Fairgrounds Road at 11 oclock last night The Harveys Lake youth took off from the camp at pm and was back in custody within Contd on Pages guns Renault sedan which struck HoflTime to pick up the master who was riding aSchwinn white students chanted twowheel bicycle The black students then State Trooper Arthur L Brown emerged from the building is conducting the Investigation of armed with 16 rifles three the Sunday fatality which Contd on Page 5 Confd on Page 5 THE NEWS INSIDE Ann Landers 14 Classified Ads 13 Comics 11 Obituaries 2 Society i Club 7 Sports 4 Stock Markets 2 Through These Doors 6 County Will Send 14 For Physicals In Miss Cenlral Prim a Pageant County Coed In Runnerup Spot Train Volunteers For Amblyopia Screening Scott Busa young son of Mr and Mrs Anthony E Busa of McConnellstown servesas a test model for a braining session for this weekends fci Huntingdon County Left to are Dianna Crews and ITorene Oswald along with Scotts father The screening undar the sponsorship of the Huntingdon Area Jaycees in coTperatior with the Pennsylvania Association for the Prevention of Blindness will be held Satur day andSijiday at Lhe Huntingdon Area H Tuo Injured AI II iislnnlnuii Track HUSTON TOWN V Two motorcyclists were injured Sunday when their bikes over turned in separate accidents at the Davis Lane Speedway in this Fulton County town Wil liam Hingley 25 Lima Pa was admitted to Harrisnurg Hospital with severe heat inju ries Donald Smith 1J Freder ick Mr was treated for a leg ijiiry A Huntingdon Countystudent Miss Linda Jo Stinson was the second runnerup Saturday night in the Miss Central Pennsylvania Pageant held at the Mishler Theatre in Alioona Miss Sttnson 21 is a dau ghter of Mr and Mrs Richard Stinson of Three Springs 2 A 1965 graduate of Southern Huntingdon County High School she Is a senior at Slippery Rock State College major ingin phy slcal education She also Is a graduate of Hagerstown Md Junior College Contd on Page 5J Linda Stinson Huntingdon County Draft Board No 75 today ordered 21 regist rants to report for preinduction examinations on Wednesday May 14 The board received state Selective Service orders this morning to send the men and the calls were mailed out this after noon The men were directed to re port at ajn They will travel by bus to New Cumber land Army Depot for examina tion Fourteen men being sent for induction at the same time also will be aboard the bus I Windy and warmer today with increasing cloudiness high In tbe upper 60s and lower 70s Windy and warmer with showers and possible thunder showers tonight lows In the upper 40s to middle Tues day cloudy and cooler with scattered showers high Inthe middle 50s to lower 60s Wed nesday outlook cloudy and colder with scattered showers likely
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