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   Daily News (Newspaper) - April 30, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                Hawbaker Submits Budget Bills To Slash Shafers Spending Plan JT rv State Library Education Bui Id inn PA IVll HARREBURG UPI Sen D Elmer Hawbaker RFranklln topped 61 bills into the legislative hopper Tuesday to complete proposed state budget that trims more than million from e spending outlined by Gov Raymond P Shafer for fiscal 96970 Hawbaker said his total et with the help of a planned 30 million cut in welfare spend ig could be financed under existing tax structure and void the state income levy roposed by Shafer think that this way if lere are any new taxes im posed the people will know What theyre paying for Haw baker explained The key components in Haw bakers proposal are to freeze the appropriations to Pennsylva nias three state related uni versities at their current levels and slash by 10 per cent the appropriations to all stateaided institutions including the UnW versity of Pennsylvania and medical schools To Shift PICA Funds Hawbaker also said he plans to shift funds for the Pennsyl vania Industrial Development Authority to the capital budget to be financed by longrange borrowing Hawbakers general appropri ation bill which embraces the bulk of the General Fund Bud get was introduced last week with support from 15 other Re publican senators It departs from the Shafer budget by eliminating a 10 per cent pay increase for state work ers dropping thev million state scholarship program and trimming more than 90 per cent from the allocation for the state Community Affairs Depart ment The only major item of new spending in the Hawbaker bud get is the million boost in state subsidies for local school districts to increase teacher sal aries The subsidy increase was signed into law by the governor on Tuesday Horse Race Fixing In other action Tuesday the Senate passed and sent the House legislation providing 000 fines and five year prison terms for anyone convicted of Coritd on Page 5 THE DAILY NEWS OL 48 HUNTINGDON AND MOUNT UNION PA WEDNESDAY APRIL 30 1969 NO 77 r estimony ii Hileman ase Opens Testimony continued today in untingdon County Criminal ourt in the case of Common ealth vso Ronald Lee Hileman r Saltillo The defendant is being on four charges burglary irceny receiving stolengoods id forgery The jury in the case was com leted at pjn yesterday tter 35 members of the panel ere questioned on their voir Ire to determine their quallfica ons to serve It took nearly ight hours to select the eight omen and four men who are earing the case alongwith two ternates one male and one smale Judge R Merle Heffner is residing at the trial the first get under way this at the tart of a twoweek criminal ctions session District Attorney Newton C ay lor is representing the ommonwealth while Attorney ichard W Linton is legal coun el for the defendant Taylor cold the jury in his pening statement that the case Contd on Page 2 Major Shift In Red Tactics Viet Cong Is Ready To Hold Side Talks Allies Kill 132 Reds In Two Battles Working On Ticket Arrangements ensions a crease National Guardsmen and cur iws kept the streets of Cairo I and WlnstonSalem NC mpty through the night and lere were no repetitions of iolence in Negro neighbor oods Spring weather increased acial tensions in several ommunltles Including San uentln Calif prison Police carrying carbines en irced a at Linden NJ fter scattered vandalism Tues ay In the wake of the previous ights disturbances Twothirds of Linden High chools students stayed away rom classes Tuesday Police rrested 14 black youths for efusing to disperse and five ouths said they were beaten In paddy wagon San Francisco Mayor Joseph lioto warned the Black Pan lers of strong action if they ireatened or carried out iolence Police had raided anther headquarters In the illmore District Monday and linor violence occurred Most of San Quentins 3715 risoers were kept in their ells Tuesday as prison officials Contd on Page 13 On Miners Asthma Assembly Pulls Same Trick Again HARR1SBURG UPI The General Assembly has once again approved and sent to Gov Raymond P Shafer legislation which would raise the maxt mum monthly occupational dis ease payments by And once again the lawmak ers have failed to include a revenueraising vehicle for the plan the very reason for which the governor vetoed it late last year The House Tuesday gave final legislative approval to raising benefits for such diseases as miners asthma from to a month The vote was 13060 House Minority Leader Rep Lee A Donaldson Jr gheny maintained funds are not currently available to fi nance the plan and threatened that Shafer would use his veto power again Democrats said the estimated million cost would be taken care of by about mil lion which they claimed will be left In the occupational disease Contd on Page 13 PARE UPI The Viet Cong announced today it is ready for discussions with the other parties to get the Vietnam peace talks moving again Until now the Viet Cong has refused to hold side talks with the South Vietnamese govern ment The Allies had called that refusal a major stumbling block to peace The delegation of the South Vietnam National Front for Liberation NLF Is ready to enter into discussions with the other parties so as to make the conference move forward said Tan Buu Klem of the Viet Cong The Liberation Front is the Viet Congs political arm Todays statement apparently signalled a major shift in the Communists policy Previously the Viet Cong had only recognized the United States as the single competent partywith GunToting Militants Are Routed Camelot Will Be May Days Theme A full schedule of events ranging from golf to dancing Is on tap this Saturday when faculty staff students and alumni join in the annual May Day festivities on the Juniata College campus Pompidou Is Clear Favorite National Guardsmen and state police manned roadblocks near the campus of Voorhees College in Denmark Sc early today after routing 25 guntoting black militants from three buildings Tuesday Seventeen students and facul ty members were taken into custody by Tulane University officials Tuesday after attempt William Waldron right treasurer of the 20th annual Charity Ball for the J C Blair Mem orial Hospital discusses ticket operations with Mr and Mrs Samuel Wagner chairmen of the general admission and ticket collections committee for the extravaganza which will be held on Friday May 23 Guy Lombardo and the Royal Canadians will play for the event SAIGON forces killed 132 Communists in battles near the Cambodian border and Juniata Plans Full Schedule Of Events the Demilitarized Zone DMz military spokesmen said today US tanks and Infantrymen smashed their way through a Communist bunker complex to account for 47 of the dead Another 85 North Vietnamese troops were killed by South Vietnamese infantrymen in two clashes two miles south of the DMZ separating the two Viefe nams and northwest of the town of Cam Lo military spokesmen said In Saigon a national man suffered wounds early today when terrorists hurled a IDpound plastic bomb at City Hall It caused minor damage to the buildingo With Camelot as the theme of the a rash of varied activi ties will get under way beginning at ajn with the first annual AlumniVarsity golf match and open tournament at the Hunting don Country Club Registration for all alumni will open at ajn in the Shoe maker Galleries on campus with luncheon to be served bjic oujgic fjaL ly um Ajuol am tO 17oU pm which to discuss its program cavalrymen and the in both Oneida and LesherDlnjng endlne the war exercises OJ5 forces killed A US tank column roared into a Communist bunker complex seven miles south of the Cambodian border Tuesday a buffet The tankcrews called in air from 11 Right Wing Politicians Seek Post ending the war Contd on Page 2 Meet Set On Germ Warfare Historical Meet Tonight Last Day of a OneRoom School Is the program topic at the historical society annual meeting this evening The program will include color slides taken by SE Dubbel of the final day of the oneroomer at Corn propst Mills The teacher in that school Mrs MHCroft will be present to comment upon the last day The program will be preceded by a business meeting high lighted by election of officers and trustees for the coming year It will Include a financial statement and reports from the various committees The meeting is scheduled to begin at 8 pm at the societys home at 106 Fourth Street Hunt ingdon Mobile Museum To Visit ounty Schools May 59 WASHINGTON UPI Chairman J William Fulbrlght DArk called a one day closed meeting of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee today to hear a prizewinning biologist and an irate congressman on germ warfare Rep Richard D McCarthy DNY said he would urge the committee to investlgatechernl cal and biological warfare developments In US laborato ries McCarthy said such weapons are being transported and stockpiled in the United States at a dangerous rate He said the Soviet Union also has made advances In the weapons The other witness was Mat Meselson Harvard Univer sity biologist and 1963 recipient of the National Academy of Science prize for molecular biology Meanwhile Sen Gaylord Nel son DWls introduced a resolution calling for an outright ban on all further development of biological agents He said the United States contends that the work in this area Is of a defensive nature It is ironic that we also seem to be working in the field of offensive delivery systems the sole purpose of which Is to enable us to use the biological agents as weapons of war Nelson told the Senate Tuesday McCarthy told President Nix on Tuesday the United States Contd on Page 2 Some 600 coeds staged a five Hour sitin at the Ridsr College Library in Trenton NJ in a campaign to win dormitory keys then settledfor allnight vigil in the gymnasium The Voorhees occupation was ended without a shot being fired as a professor ran to the studentheld buildings and urged the militants to surrender Prof Bernie Dingle led the blacks without their guns to the home of President John F Potts shouting get those white racist cops out there Contti on Page 5 THE WEATHER Cloudy this morning becom ing partly sunny by afternoon High in the mid and upper 50s Clear and cold with a chance of scattered frost to night Low in the lower and mid 30s Fair and warmer Thursday High in the upper 60s and lower 70s The out look for Friday is partly cloudy and warm with achance of showers Wines north to northwest 10 to 15 mpji today light and variable to night and Thursday Contd on Page 2 Late Season Storm Is Cooling US Stockmens warnings were up for parts of Montana Wyoming and the Dakotas early today as a storm moved rain snow and strong winds from the Rockies to the Northern Plains Unseasonably cold weather persisted in the Midwest with frost or freeze warnings posted In Michigan Ohio and Southern Illinois The lateseason storm built in the northern reaches of the Rockies where it dumped new snowfalls on peaks and showers in the Northern Pacific Coast areas Cold air stabbed south from the low pressure cell bringing frost or freeze conditions to Eastern Oregon early today Some areas of the Midwest were cold enough Tuesday to damage crops Molina HI set a Contd on Page 2 Halls The JuniataIntercollegiate sports teams take over the spot light at midday with the baseball team playing host to Kings In a noon start and the unbeaten tennis team greeting the University of Scranton one hour later on the Raffensperger Courts The annual meeting of the iata Alumni Association will begin at in room A210 of the Brumbaugh Science Center while at the same time dormi tories will have open house until pma A highlight of the day will be the coronation of the May Queen Contd on Page 5 Man May Be 4 Million Years Old By Three Townships Borough Joint Municipal Planning Begins The current theme of exhibits n the William Penn Mobile Musr sum Is The Skills of Man ts symbol a representation of mans eye and hands portrays he use of these his chief tools n the development of skills to mprove the progress of man kind By adaptation of various ex liblt principles the gradual of skills is traced rom the Archaic Epoch 6000 o 1500 BC to the 20th century ige of nuclear power Eight dioramas demonstrate rogress from mans early com lete dependence on his own landlwork to modern reliance Bail To Be on complicated scientific know ledge and technology The dlo ramas are of the Archaic period the Woodland epoch carpentry gunsmith steamsteelminlaturi zatlon and the Atomic Age The mobile museum will visit Huntingdon County from May 5 i through May 9 It will be open HCIO If I ay to the public at the Huntingdon Area High School on Monday May 5 from two to in the afternoon and from seven to that evening The 19ton tractortrailer museum will serve students at Huntingdon A rea High School on Tuesday tfvy 6 Juniata VaHey Coctd on Page 13 A gala springtime event the 17th annual Policemans Ball in Mount Union will take place on Saturday May 3 The affair will be held at the Mount Union American Legion Country Club commencing at 10 pm until 1 Providing the music this year on Page 13 The municipalities of Oneida Township Walker Township Huntingdon Borough and Smith field Township are cooperating in the creation of a Joint Municipal Planning Commission under the guidelines of the sylvania Municipalities Planning Code Act 247 effective January 1 1969 Commission members James Anderson Oneida Township Richard Coffman Walker Town ship John B Kunz Huntingdon Borough and EDShope Smith field Township met for organiza tional purposes The new commission is to discuss and explore the pos sibility of combined action to help accomplish a coordinated development of the four mun icipalities The commission absolutely no power and can only recommend to the governing bodies In this case three boards of township supervisors and borough council Members of thG commission are appointed by the municipal bodies which also authorize the establishment and participation or membership in a joint plan ning commission By resolution or by ordinance the foTir mun icipalities record their support of and participation in such a regional planning group OFFICERS NAMED At the organization E D Shope CHICAGO may be twice as old as he previously was thought to be That was the conclusion announced Tuesday by the University of Chicago AnthropojT logy Department which said itv has uncovered manlike teeth and jaws in Africa that indicate man may be as old as four million years What we have found demon strates a substantially longer evolutionary history for the australopith manape than was suspected before said Prof F Clark Howell depart ment chairman and leader of the expedition making the discovery The outside limit of mans history previously was thought to be two million years but Howell said tests on 40 manlike teeth and two lower jaws found in Southern Ethiopia show an age of between two million and Contd on Page 5 BELFAST Two right wing politicians battled today to succeed moderate Terence U ONeill as premier of Northern Ireland He after failing to break of ancient hatred between Roman Catholics and Protestants Informed political sources said the ruling Unionist party was expected to nominate James Chichester Clark and Brian Faulkner both former cabinet members in ONeills government who quit in protest over his policies The party will hold nomina tions today and a new premier will be chosen Thursday by 35 Unionist members of parli ament in a vote precipitated by ONeills decision to resign in the face of civil rights strife which has brought Northern Ireland to the brink of civil war In an emotional television speech Tuesday night ONeill r told the people of Northern r TO 111 Ireland divided between the majority of Protestants the minority of Catholics that they have forgotten that love of neighbor stands beside love of religion Militant Unionist William Contd on Page 5 PARIS Former Pre mier Georges Pompidou who favors more amiable ties with the United States and Europe was the clear favorite today to succeed CharZes de Gaulle as president of France Advocating a in o d e r a t e style campaign because he does not want to be elected by a single party but by a majority Pompidou gained a quick and powerful endorsement from the ruling Gaullist party Scores of similar pledges of support flooded in only hours after Pompidou 57 announced he would try to succeed De Gaulle Pompidou for Pres ident committees sprang up like the countrys mushroom crop Other early candidates rap into problems though The only announced contender beside Pompidou Gaston Def ferre the socialist mayor of Marseille could not win support from Socialist party leader Guy Mollet Mollet said Defferres name would be put forward along with others when the party decided on its candidate Sunday The Communists said they would not support Defferre and their national assembly floor Contd on Page 13 Steel Retires 25 INSIDE THE NEWS Along The Juniata 14 Ann Landers10 Classified Ads 18 19 Comicsn Crossword 19 Obituaries 2 Pennsylvania Story G Society Club12 Sports 4 5 First Sergeant George F Steel of Huntingdon R D 3 has re tired from the Pennsylvania Army National Guard after serv ing for more than 25 years with the Huntingdon PNG unit Steel was top kick of How itzer Battery First Squadron 104th Cavalry The Governors at the time of his re tirement last Wednesday It was on March 5 1940 that Steel enlisted as a private In Co A 103rd Quartermaster Regl ment Huntingdon On Feb 17 1941 the unit was ordered to ac tive duty and from that date un til October 1943 he was with the Contd on Page 13 Spring Gobbler Season Opens Saturday In Area Fire Conditions In Stale Arc Hazardous HARRISBURG UPI Haz After waiting a year and lis tening to the tales and pleasures derived by last years spring gobbler hunters HuntingdonArea gunners will now have the chance to find out for themselves Pennsylvania Spring gobbler was elected chairman of the new ardous fire conditions exist in season opens on Saturday May planning commission Richard Coffman was chosen vice chair man and John B Kunz secretary Terms are not to exceed one year The planning commission will adopt rules or bylaws in accor dance with Act 247 and all expenses incurred are to be prorated on the basis of assessed valuation Contd on Page G Pennsylvania woodlands The 3 and closes on Saturday May State Forests and Waters De 10 Shooting hours are from one partment noted Tuesday that half hour before sunrise until 894 fires have been reported so am EDST arid turkey nun far this month In the week should be out of the woods ing April 27 alone 3025 acres by am of land were burned The deThis will be the second year partment issued its warning in for a spring gobbler season advance of the spring wild turLast years experimental season key season when many hunters was so successful that the Penn will flock to the woods sylvania Game Commission has not only scheduled another hunt for this year but has ex panded the season to include two Saturdays of outdoor recrea tion Hunting shall be by calling only organized driving or one groupof hunters trying to puish birds into a second wait Ing group fs forbidden Use of dogs and hunting tur keys from a blind are Illegal The use of shotguns with shot no larger than No 2 and bows and arrows will he permitted while the use of rifles and tols is prohibited However combination overunder rifle on Page 5   

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