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   Daily News (Newspaper) - June 25, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                otate Library Education Building Harrisburg Pa 17 Dateline Central Pennsylvania a Ing Monday the School Board voted a three miU kw crease in District property hot The new increase will be U mills three higher than the 2amil tastlgated in 1966 All other tax lories ol the district will remain unchanged Income Hies in Bedford County will ceire aid to augment grocery hills come August 1 Currently planned is a food stamp program for Bedford Countians designed to assist them in purchasing a variety of foods for improved diets Not included in food stamp privileges are alcoholic berer ages tobacco foods which are Identified on tbe package as im ported and meat or meat ducts which are imported miners who have worked in the Contd on Page 19 Four Ton Weights To Hold Pipeline 411 Weights For Pipeline Being Completed New Enterprise Finishing Big Concrete Pouring Job What are they Youd probably never guess so well tell you that youre looking at fourton weights which will be used to hold the Texas Eastern natural gas pipelines in place under the Raystown Branch and the dollar Rays town Reservoir In the biggest concrete pouring job of Its type New Enterprise Stone and Lime Company is completing the work of pouring the 411 weights at its McConnellstown batch plant today See Phote Page New Enterprise Stone and Lime Company today is complet ing at McConnellstown the largest concrete pouring Job of its type in the companys history During the last 4VfcdaysNESL has produced 3288000 pounds of concrete for use in 411 rein forced steel weights which will be used to hold the Texas East ern gas pipeline under the giant multlmillion Raystown Reser voir south of Huntingdon Bach of the weights shaped like a collar to fit around the pipeline contains two cubic yards of concrete weighing 8000 pounds With a little multi plication we find that the 411 weights will contain 1644 tons of concrete 3288000 pounds Wilfred L Long of Taylor Highlands Huntingdon superin tendent of the New Enterprise quarry and plant at UcCooneUs town supervised the preparation of the concrete for the weights The Allen Edwards Construe tion Company of Tulsa Okla contracted for the Job The firm is a subcontractor for the H C Price Company of ville Okla the company hold Ing the contract for a dual river CRaystown Branch crossing of the Texas Eastern pipeline east of Entriken in Lincoln Town ship The Price firm also will place the weights on the pipe line river crossings to keep the vital network in place At present the pipeline is crossing the Raystown Branch of the Juniata River but when the hlghJevel dam is completed the steel 30 and 36inch natural gas pipelines will be on the bot torn of the reservoir To assist the Edwards company in its work New Enterprise per mitted the firm to use several acres of its aggregate stock yard to prepare the forms for the weights The McConnellstown plant has been turning out concrete at the rate of between 150 and 200 cubic yards per day Pouring started last Thursday afternoon and continued all day Friday The batch plant worked Conf d on Page 5 THE WEATHER Cloudy today and warm with chance of scattered afternoon and evening thundershowers High today in the 80s Partly cloudy and warmer tonight and Thursday with chance of scat tered afternoon and evening thundershowers Low tonight In the mid 60s High Thurs day In the upper 80s Out look for Friday partly cloudy and warmer with chance of thundershowers Timetable For 82455 Billion Blueprint Democrats FHllPfltor New Leader THE DAILY NEWS Set Budget Drive Of Rotar Lester L Keller aftei VOL 48 HUNTINGDON and MOUNT UNION WEDNESDAY JUNE 25 1969 NO125 HARRISBURG UPI The House Democratic leadership ap peared confident today It could guide the partys billion budget through the chamber and Into the Senate In the next few weeks House Majority Leader K Le roy Irvis DAllegheny said many hours of work would be required but that he expected to have the eventual Democratic program ap proved before the General As sembly takes an expected recess for the month of August Irvis said his timetable now is based on making the neces sary adjustments in the various budget Items proposed by the Democratic leadership In the first two weeks o f July This would leave the final two weeks of the month to push it through the chamber although there Is a possibility the legislature might not be in session the third week Tbe adjustments began Tues day less than 24 hours after the leadership disclosed an original overall budget of billion Contd on Page 19 Pipeline Project Is Progressing Grading fabricating and ditch Ing work for a dual river cross Ing of a natural gas pipeline in Lincoln Township south of Hunt ingdon Is progressing on sch edule H C Price Company Bartles Yllle Okla is the contractor on the job for the Texas Eastern Transmission Corporation of Houston Tex A TexasEastern spokesman In Houston told The Dally News today that the firm has 90 days in which to complete the large diameter pipeline crossings of the Raystown Branch of the Jun iata River The crossings will be east of Lester L Keller after a sue cessful year as Huntingdon Rotary president yesterday turned over the symbols of office to Norman J Smith Huntingdon educator who will lead the club for the year starting July 1 A brief resume of the 196869 activities by Keller presented the highlights of the Rotarlans activities He expressed his thanks to the members who as sisted in club affairs noted the accession of eight new members four resignations and the death of Past President Charles C US Gives 64 Armed River Gunboats To South Vietnam One of tbe accomplishments Is the status of Huntingdon Rotary as a 500 per cent club in contributions to the Rotary Inter national Foundation Only Belle fonte Rotary has exceeded this record and Tyrone club has equalled it A letter of commendation for the hospitality of Huntingdon Rot Flood Control Work Is Scheduled Contestant Council Map Contractor Ready A To Start Project Work on Phase II of the SmlthfieldHuntingdon Flood Control WASHINGTON UPI Pres meets with the National Security Council today arians at the Club Assembly was to map plans for nuclear arms program Is scheduled to start Monday read from the pen of District control talks with tbe Soviet Roland G TIracorda of Madera the contractor for the Governor F PerrySmithof Cum union project on both Lilly Creek and Crooked Creek In Smithfield Town berland head of the 735th Nixon said at last weeks ship told The Daily News yesterday that he will start excavation District news conference he hoped the work on Monday weather permitting Zilius Named President Entriken on Foute 944 The lines cross both tbe Branch and the highway One of the lines crossing the river will be 30 inches In dia meter while the other one will be 36 inches The crossings will be the same general area where the Texas Eastern main large diameter line crosses the Branch The Texas Eastern spokesman noted that the extra river cross Ings are Insurance against Contd on Page 19 Smith the new president who talks might begin later this has served as chairman of the summer perhaps In August He Program Committee for a year acknowledged the debt of the club to the retiring president and presented the past presi INSIDE THE NEWS Along The Juniata 15 Ann Landers26 Classified Ads28t 29 Comics27 Crosswords29 Editorials6 Obituaries2 Society it Club14 Charles E Zilius of Hunting don a teacher at Juniata Val ley High School was reelected president of the Franklin Build Ing and Loan Association last evening Tbese other officers also were renamed when the directorate met following the annual share holders meeting to reorganize for tbe new year Fred A Randolph vice pres ident Fred M Simpson secre tary Gerald dBange treasurer Florence W Shetrom assistant secretary and Attorney Robert BSimpson solicitor These directors were reelect ed for another year at the share holders session Randolph ius Bange F M Simpson At torney SimpsonAttorney ALynn Corcelius Dean D Strickler Dr C Pheasant John M Contd on Page 19 dents pin to him Contd on Page Judy Garlands Funeral Services Set For Friday LONDON Gar land died In her London home Sunday from an accidental overdose of sleeping pills a London coroner ruled today There is no evidence at all of a deliberate action by Miss Garland and I want to make this absolutely clear coroner Gavin Thursdon said at the brief inquest into the death of the 47year old singer I shall consider the cause of death to be Incautious self overdosage of the sleeping drug Seronal he said Tbe habitual use of the sleeping pills reflected the tortured life of the singer whose body was found in tbe locked bathroom of her home at 4 Cadogan Lane In Londons elegant Belgravia section by her fifth husband Mickey Deans 35 Both Deans and her London doctor testified she had habi tually used Seconal for many years Deans was the chief witness at the Inquest which disposed of two widely believed legends about the she was a heavy drinker and as a result suffered from cirrhosis of tbe liver The body of Miss Garland who died Sunday in London at the age of 47 will be returned to Manhattan today to be burled Private Episcopal funeral services will be held for her Friday afternoon with Anglican Minister Rev Peter Delaney of London presiding The singeractresss daughter Conf d on Page 5 In Mount Union Crazy Sales Return Its that time of year again when Mount Union merchants of fer to all area citizens three wacky but great shopping days as the annual Crazy Days sale gets underway tomorrow This years sale has been scheduled for three days Thurs day Friday and Saturday for the convenience of the shoppers Stores will be open until 9 pm on Thursday and Friday Some stores will remain open on Sat urday evening until nine Unusual values will be offered on many summer items Includ ing sportswear mens womens and childrens clothing porch furniture jewelry suntan lo tions houseware Items and many other articles too numerous to list indicated tbe United States be willing to stop testing multiple warhead missiles if the Soviets agree to do the same as part of such talks The White House said todays meetings would cover certain aspects of the arms limitation question but did not specify exactly what would be dis cussed Tiracorda and Allen Whetstone project engineer for the Pennsyl vania Department of Forests and Waters visited the site yester day TIracorda said they made contacts and planned for the scheduling of the work Additional equipment Is due to arrive at the site today tomor row and Saturday the contractor said WASHINGTON UPI TIracorda Indicated that he Ident Nixon is expected at last would start excavating the chan To Get No 1 Job KATHY KYLE Nixon met Tuesday for 30 to nominate perhaps today Dr nel on Crooked Creek In prepa minutes with Henry Cabot John H Knowles to the nations ration for riprapping slope wall Lodge before the US peace No 1 health job Even Sen Ing of the stream banks talks neKOtiator began his trip Everett M Dirksen Knowles The job also Includes work on back to Paris The White chief congressional critic hint Lilly Creek and the closing of an Mapleton Fire Company Names Kyle House declined comment on the meeting the first get together the two men have had since both attended the Vietnam summit on Midway Island June 8 Lodge was winding up vacation at his summer home In Massachusetts It was believed he also contacted Secretary of State William P Rogers and other top diploma tic advisers before returning to Paris Contd on Page 8 ed as much Knowles 43 general director of Bostons Massachusetts Ge neral Hospital considered one of the nations best is expected to be named assistant secretary a for health and scientific affairs in the Department of Health Education and Welfare From the start Knowles has been the choice of HEW Secretary Robert H Finch But Knowles has ben op posed by Dirksen and the Contd on Page 19 open ditch near the Contd on Page 5 Curfew In Effect In Harris burg HARRISBURG UPI An eight pjn to seven ajn curfew is in effect in Pennsylvanias capital city today following a second night of disturbances Strlckler The slxteenyearold daughter of Mr and Mrs Earl Kyle of Largest Turnover Of Hardware SAIGON United States gave South Vietnam 64 armed river patrol boats worth a total of million the biggest turnover of military hardware to date in the process of deAmericanizing the war In ceremonies at Saigons docks Gen Crelghton W Abrams the US commander In Vietnam said he was confident of the ability of South Vietnamese troops in using the boats to patrol the Mekong Deltas waterways It the turnover Is all the more significant In view of the recent announcement that in creased Vietnamese armed forces capabilities have made possible the replacement of 25000 US forces Abrams said On the fighting front B52 bombers dropped 180 tons of bombs onto North Vietnamese positions surrounding the Green Beret camp at Ben Het as the Communist siege entered its 50th day with no ground Mapleton Depot has been sel ected to represent the Mapleton flentlne reported Volunteer Fire Company In this The turnover ceremony at years countywlde Fire Queen Saigons docks saw tne 800 US competition crewmen of the river patrol Kathy will compete with con testants from other area fire boats haul down their American flags and leave the boats companies before the Judges at replaced by South Vietnamese the Huntingdon County Firemens with their own flag convention at Harpers Park Shade Gap on Saturday July 5 A student of the academic Contd on Page 17 A US spokesmen said the 800 American crewmen were not part of the withdrawal of Contd on Page 8 Negro youth was fatally wound Peruvian Government Takes Private Land LIMA pres ident said he meant all the ident told the nation Tuesday country with no exceptions Announcement on Indian Day V e 1 a s c announcement wjueunYc ui Aran nations iree navigation major privately owned land came on Indian Day a national The planes struck at comthrough the Suez Canal and the shot by city patrolman Ray tractsLinciudlng those Israeli Dive Bombers Raid Arab Guerrilla Positions Watts immediately requested an Israeli dive bombers raided Egyptian President Gamal Ab investigation of the incident by Arab guerrilla positions In del Nasser had approved the S Zimmer Jbrdan today in apparent proposal which provides for man state police retaliation for attacks on Israeli recognition of Israel by the soldiers and a collective Arab nations free navigation Authorities said the youth e hls militarybacked Charles Scott was government would take over all As in past years many of the mando sites east of the Jordan Gulf of Aqaba and a merchants will be setting up River near Adassiya for 25 guarantee of security establishments These display minutes witnesses said Ear crisis region tables will contain only a sample lier an Arab unit dueled with The plan rejects any me uuTtutuTm of the gigantic values awaiting an Israeli patrol north of Belt territorial concessions to Israel tion No charges were flled the shoppers Inside the stores Shean an Israeli army spokes and insists on Israel withdrawal against the officer an 11 year Great but inexpensive value man said At least one Arab was reported killed in the ground The Israeli air raid came a outcome of the inquiry such New holiday commemorating the ls what the Retail Division of the Mount Union Chamber of Commerce sponsors of this yearly promotion had In mind they found a Sovietmade for bargain hunters Merchants and clerks have blgpower mond Kertulis as he was light American ty in the ing a Mototov Cocktail in tte NelsQn Roctofel racially mixed Allison Hill dis lfirand turn them lnto farm ldent Nixons Arab trict east of the downtown see cooperaUves the pea sants land will be lor he who i to land held before the 1967 veteran of the force but he w Presldent Juan Velascowhose plantations produce 40 war the diplomats said was relieved of duty pending Alvarado salcL yourV cent a tne Peruvian sugar A 4K A VnmilPH rf r Latin America holders In Peru W R Grace Co Rockefeller Pres envoy to US land include the New battle and Israeli soldiers few hours after the Maoz Mayor Albert H Straub 1s rtfle Chaim Kibbutz in tbe Beit sued the curfew shortly after beside the body Shean Valley was shelled by the second night of disturb Communist diplomats in Lon mortar batteries located in ances began late in the evening been busy today cutting prices don disclosed simultaneously Jordanian territory an Israeli Police said they broke out as tavestors to give area citizens an unity to purchase summer chandlse at crazy prices Contd on Page 8 plight has ended No more one man to be exploited by decree covered lands Peruvian and outside His noes w aiiuiuMuwuaijr joruajuui leijiitory an investors alike with lust identified port that the Soviet Union has spokesman said they were attempting to dis MaUon to te expropriation If carried nvsr delivered to the United States a Shells fired from Syria hit the parse a crowd of perMns at the form of out as announced threatened to ices new plan tor peace in the town of Kuneltra but no 135th and Market St site of 7t The ores JXo crop Weve had it Weve just had It said an official of one of the major US Investors In Lima He asked his firm not be identified The expropriation If carried Middle East The sources said Contd on Page 5 Contd on Page 5 government bonds The pres Contd on Page 17 Crazy Bargains Abound During Big Mount Union Sale   

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