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Daily News (Newspaper) - July 9, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania CLASSIFIED ADS DIAL MISS CLASSIFIED 6434040 or 5424641 WS State Library Education Building Harrisburp Pa 17126 OL 48 NIKE CENTS PER COPY HUNTINGDON and MOUNT UNION Wednesday July 9 1969 PHONE 6434040 NO 136 Democrats Push Vote On State Money Bill V v Post Office Lobby Being Improved A new screenllne is being installed in the lobby of the Hunt ingdon Post Office and during the Improvement project old boxes are located temporarily in another section of the lobby Kenneth Brandt officer in charge 5s shown helping Richard Brown Just back from vacation get oriented in the rearranged lobby Arrangements have teen made so that the installation of j the new screenline will cause a minimum of Lnconvenience for postal patrons The work which started Monday will be completed in about two weeks Monkey Autopsy Results Withheld Cause Of Death Is Still Unknown HONOLULU Hawaii UPI It may take months to determine what caused the death of Americas space monkey three weeks before the end of his scheduled 30day mission according to an official of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration v Dr W Roth Adey chief investigator for the million Biosateliite in project said Tuesday the 14pound monkey named Bonny died shortly after hours after an emergency splashdown in the Pacific It was sudden Adey said Therewas no spec if 1 c evidence of the heart or brain Assumes Duties At Mount Union Opponents Of ABM Eye Victory WASHINGTON UPI tisan leaders of the long campaign to bar deployment of an antiballistics missile system predicting victory and rejecting compromise today planned to introduce an amendment re strictlne ABM funds to search and development nrseffreeralioil Sens John Sherman Cooper UesegregailOll RKy and Philip A Hart D Mich did not indicate when they would call up their amendment but predicted it Nixonf proposal to deploy the Safe guard system At the same Chairman John C Stennisi DMlss of the Armed Services Committee planned to call the Senate into Regional Meet Planned At Juniata College Medical Programs Put Noses TO Branch Head Is Appointed Grindstone Mrs Margaret Hardy of Allen port has been appointed head I of the Mount Union Branch of the Huntingdon County Library She will replace Mrs Ethel Chilcote who Is retiring July 31 The appointment was an malfunctlon which canpoint to the problem now iBflTlK He said an extensive autopsy would be performed on the monkey at Hickam AFB but the results probably would not be known for months Adey noted Bennys body temperature was lower than Officer nounced yesterday at the regular normal on the ninth day of the Robert M Schaffstall on Mon CAPE KENNEDY UPI monthly meeting of the library planned monthlong flight but day assumed his duties as trust Anne Pascasio Ph D Dean of the School of Health Related Professions at the University of Pittsburgh will be the prin cipal speaker at a meeting of the ApplachlanHlghland Area Com mittee of the Susquehanna Valley and Western Pennsylvania Regional Medical Programs Thursday at Juniata College Dr Pascasio who Is a mem ber of the National Review Com mittee for Regional MedicalPro grams at the Federal level will speak on Regional MedicalPro Overview the afternoon session the Apollo 11 astronauts with a tough commander driving them kept their noses to the grindstone today while the tremendous hubbub mounted for their takeoff a week from today to land onthe moon Neil A Armstrong Michael Collins and Edwin E Aldrin went to work in a command of trustees Mrs Martin that was the only indication officer of the Penn Central Nat H Heinechairman of the Per the primate was not adapting lonalBank sonnel Committee reported on He said the monkeys lowered He has served for several the appointment of Mrs Hardy body temperature posed two years as a trust officer of the The board meeting began with possibilities Either the capsule United States National Bank a luncheon at Hotel Penn Hunt was cooler than it was Present were The Hon Joseph supposed to be or the monkeys 15 Members Of Caucus Are Opposed HARRISBURG Democratic leaders planned a showdown today on their pro posed billion general ap propriations Ull despite opposi tion from about is members of their own caucus I do not expect any support from the Republicans and there are some members of the caucus who feel the budget should still be cut said Demo cratic Floor Leader K Leroy frvis Pittsburgh Irvis added that bill which was moved into position for passage Tuesday would be put to a final roll call of only to see how many votes we really have The Democrats were expected to have 104 of their 106 mem bers on hand for the final vote The Mil will need 102 votes for passage The measure forms the bulk of the billion General Fund Budget for the current fiscal year proposed by the Democratic leadership which is expected to disclose its tax plans to balance the spending Contd on Page 5 Johnstown and is experienced in all phases of trust and fidu t Crackdown spacecraft simulator practicing tin blastoff and emergency abort procedures for a second day this consideration will be a time with mission controllers Jin tlonal projectsforlhefoiircounty formance H Neff chairman William K metabolism dropped Adey said clary work estate planning and Swigart Jr Charles B Burket the capsule temperature was 70 tax work Harold B Brumbaugh Mrs Mardegrees Fahrenheit and const emergency abort Alberta Y Haughtand Ruth M hach Contd on Page 16 Heine Mrs Robert Saxe dered safe Scientists from NASAs Ames Research Laboratory in Sunny Contd on Page 18 t V a rare secret session at pm EDT to discuss classified details in the military procure ment authorization bill for Contd on Page 16 WASHINGTON Justice Department has threa tened to sue the public school district in Waterbury Conn charging it has made an area including a cancer de tection and treatment center training of emergency personnel in care and transportation of the ill and injured a cardlopui monary emphysema laboratory and intensive care unit rheu matic fever control program arrangement with the Catho and coronary care training and lie school system there to keep equipment for five hospitals in They planned to work au dayOn Waterfront Area Of Saigon in the dummy spaceship which does everything their Apollo 11 does except subject them to weightlessness On the launch pad some six miles away ground crews went through a general inspection of the second and thirdstages of Rocket Ignites Fuel Dump Fire GIs Are Given Tumultuous Welcome Home MC CHORD AFB Wash UPI Eighthundred and American troops sporting We Try Harder buttons on their new green fatigues returned home Tues day to a tumultuous welcome which almost made it seem as if the Vietnam War had ended Nine times during the after noon and evening huge C141 jet transports arrived here with members of the 9th Infantry Divisions most decorated bat first of 25000 men ordered home by President Nixon They were greeted by the of a brass band the cheers of 3000 friends and relatives and an impressive array of military dignitaries led by Army Chief of Staff Gen William C Westmoreland You did your duty to the best of your ability while some others of your age sat by idly Contd on Page 18 Negroes and Puerto Ricans in segregated schools The department notified the Waterbury schools of its intended action Tuesday as part the Area Richard B McKenzie of Camp Hill and Dr Robert R Car penter of Pittsburgh program directors will present reports SAIGON UPI Four guerrilla Into Saigon igniting a fuel dump flre that lit the night sky in one of 3 over night salvos against Allied targets reported today Three of the 100pound of the latest round of school of the progress being made in desegregation steps by the their respective regions Nixon administration More were expected today and throughout the week In other action Tuesday Atty Gen John N Mitchell announced that suits seeking pupil desegregation were liled against schools in Hardeman County Tenn Abbeville County District No 60 in South Carolina and against the Louisiana parishes counties of Red River and Tens as In the Connecticut case the Contd on Page 18 INSIDE THE NEWS Along The Juniata 20 Ann Landers i 14 Classified Ads18 19 Comics 17 Crossword 19 Editorials 6 Society t Club 12 Sports Contd on Page 18 Allies Put Challenge To Communists PARIS officials challenged the Communists again today to accept free elections in South Vietnam buf said they need not necessarily be held under international supervision as President Nixon has proposed Our policy amounts to a democratic challenge to the Communists said an Allied delegate to the Paris peace talks We are offering free checked the valves and lines on the first stage for handling supercold liquid oxygen Storage tanks in the launch area fofboth liquid oxygen and niissiles caused no damage or mese liquid hydrogen were replecasualties in he nished preparatory to starting hiTa the 93hour countdown at 8 pm TV EDT Thursday Blastoff is waterfront storage tank con scheduled for He and his wife the former Cyrilla C Stader of Jeannette have taken up residence at Count ry Acres near Huntingdon A native ofYoungwood West morebuod County tendcd the public schools there then St Vincent College Robert Morris Jr College the Marine Officers Training School and the Schools of the Pennsylvania Bankers Association His experience has been wide and varied in the trust field Before moving to Johnstown he had been assistant trust officer and tax consultant of the Mont gomery County Trust Company Contd on Page 18 Ollt Nixoii Hope 77 dead Tuesday against one American slain and six wounded In For Surprise A Viet Cong official in Cairo The space agency on Tuesday made a minor change in the time the Armstrong civilian commander of UK ana l mission should step from the Slow lunar landing vehicle onto the surface of the moon The time had been pegged at am EDT July 21 but the space Contd on Page 5 a m next tatainB gallons of fuel It said the Allies were in for a second salvo into surprise that the current two the Library Adds New Book Drop Facility The Huntingdon County Library Congress completes action on ffoft oiraMifirMft anH vnaanwl WASHINGTON UPI ate Democrats have just about snuffed out President Nixons hope for speedy extension of the income tax surcharge as a symbol of his determination to stop inflation The administration warned Tuesday that delay on the Housepassed surcharge bill would result in increased inflation even higher interest rates and possible economic disaster But Democratic leaders in sisted there would be no Vote on the surtax untilthe Senate was ready to act on overall tax process that could take months Senate Republican Leader Everett M Dirksen predicted it would be late September before a new book return facility located at the curb outside the main entrance to the library It Is available for readers any surcharge and meanwhile Contd on Page 18 THE WEATHER Cong Dateline Central Pennsylvania ALTOONA Ward Trucking Company In the Juniata re sUrt on MOnday and will be done by a New Jersey firm Excavating and leveling of the site for the buildings is being done this week June Accidents Claim Lives Of Six Motorists elections with adequate gua deveiopment area will erect two hew warehouses Construction rantees or international super vision The Communists have always rejected the Idea of internation al supervision a proposal which was part of President Nixons May 14 peace plan An Allied spokesman said the noted as compared with the May 1969 figures BEDFORD According to the Bedford Office of Employ ment Security the county economy is lagging June 1969 show ed a lower level than June 1968 although improvement was Pennsylvania State Police Troop G 231 which is based in Hollidaysburg and covers the eightcounty area comprised of Bedford Blair Centre Fulton Huntingdon Juniata Mifflin and part of Clearfield counties Te leased statistics on traffic ac cidents and crime in the area lor the past month According to Captain Earl O Bergstrom commanding officer Bedford accidents In Blair County 43 people were injured in a total of 76 accidents No fatalities were recorded but damages amounted to Centre County had the highest Aid 16 number of accidents and injiir les Eightytwo persons were JJe 1 aUght At injured and one died in 90 ac cidents Damages were Eight accidents were reported in Clearfield County and five United States and South Viet The unemployment rate Is above 55 percent with the county nam would to willing to labor force consider an alternative means i of ensuring the fairness of such elections A South Vietnamese spokes Contd on Page 5 in four days week lull would allow from the fuel blaze guerrilla troops to rest child not seriously re supply for another offensive has in a midnight Their surprise will go In the praying foam next few days when our river fire revolutionary forces launch the the battlefront US most violent and sweeping time they need to return books said light fighting offensive This will assure them They can use it from their car Vietnam cost the that the present lull was only a Made of heavy steel it is and North Vietnapreparation for a more comprehandy weatherproof and has a henslve attack said Le Quang balanced receiver door which Chanh the Viet Cong deputy can be easily opened even with foreign minister an armload of books It is a A few of the scattered ground convenient height for children clashes reported in Allied It is as simple to operate as communiques flared on appulling down the handle and drop proaches to Saigon while South ping in the books and the self Vietnamese soldiers said they closing receiver door is under killed 22 North Vietnamese to the cover to keep rain out the far north Skirmishes Listed US war communiques listed Ideas To Keep Expenses Down the US 1st Air Cavalry Division killed seven guerrillas in a hourlong firefight 70 miles northeast of the capital One GI was wounded Green Berets ambushed a Communist patrol Contd on Page 18 Cloudy and mild with show ers developing today High in the 70s to low 80s Cloudy humid and warmer tonight and Thursday with scattered show ers or thunderstorms Lowi tonight in the 60s to near 70 High Thursday in the 80s to near 90 Outlook for Fri day partly cloudy and not so warm and humid with show ers ending 35 CHAMBERSBURG A onecar craslv near Waynesboro early Tuesday morning claimed the lives of two young men Arthur E Walker Jr 27 and Robert D Cook 23 both of Waynesboro The death auto estimated by police to be traveling in excess of 100 miles per hour was operated by Walker Franklin Countys 1969 highway death count now stands at nine miles northeast of Saigon Contd on Page 5 Nixon Tackling Medical Costs American Red Cross first aid and another 273 were injured in traffic mishaps throughout the eightcounty area Total dam ages amounted to Property damages were high Test in Bedford County Seventy jelght accidents caused damages One motorist died and another 49 were injured in Development Cole who by th haps Property damages were Springs Playground personnel at industrial purposes the Three Springs Fire Hall No fatalities occurred in Fulstarting Thursday July 10 at ton Countys 20 reported traffic am accidents Sixteen people sus Any child In the Southern Hunt talned injuries and damages ingdon County School District were estimated to be who Is 11 years of age or has Huntingdon County had Contd on Page j Returns Home TYRONE Efforts of Tyrone Improvement Corporation and T Or community citizens toward attracting new Industry were praised SYDNEY Austra by John S Cole executive director of the Pennsylvania Industrial uan carrier Melbourne returned WASHINGTON UPI on proposals outlined by HEW White House is expected to Secretary Robert H Finch and his aides Both outofhospital care and kinds of new types of manpower were in a Authority at a council meeting Monday evening recommended that the 32acre Athletic Park site pledged support of PIDA in these efforts STATE COLLEGE A balloon from the Heritage Day Cele bration in Mayfield Heights Ohio during the past weekend made a record 24hour flight to the yard of a Scotia home arriving last Saturday evening It is believed that the balloon now in possession ol nineyear one completed the filth grade will old John Fogelman was pushed about 200 air miles by the strong Conttl on Page 18 Contd on Page 18 announce a plan Thursday for battling skyrocketing medical costs by recruiting nei health as rea fivepoint program for the turning medical corpsmen from Department of Health Educa by emphasizing Uon and Welfare outofhospital care outlined by Finch June 28 The White House also is Finch frequently has pYo expected to seek to bolster the posed greater use of pararnedl Medlcald program for the cal workers including medical needy with more administrative corpsmen returning from Viet personnel and to plug areas ofnam to assist doctors in caring weakness in the Medicare for patients who are not program for the aged critically ill These workers Although the White House would not be as highly trained could break new ground in Its as doctors and nurses a new bow section fitted statement sources said it was Finch aLso has said hospital to expected to be primarily a care has been a major reason presidential stamp of approval Contd on Page 5 to Sydney today for repairs following its June 3 collision with the US destroyer Frank E Evans in the South China Sea The carrier which arrived from Singapore where tempora ry repairs were made will go into dry dock later this week to have The repairs are expected Contd on Page 18
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