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   Daily News (Newspaper) - July 29, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                CLASSIFIED ADS DIAL MISS CLASSIFIED 6434040 or 5424641 State Library Education Building Harrisburg Pa 17126 VOL 48 NINE CENTS PER COPY HUNTINGDON and MOUNT UNION TUESDAY JULY 29 1969 PHONE 6434040 NO 153 Two Guilty Pleas Domestic Relations Cases Heard Five domestic relations cases and two guilty pleas were heard by Judge R Merle Heffner during the regular Monday session of Huntingdon County Court Another domestic relations case was continued until next Monday arid one defendant failed to report as ordered Immed iate action was ordered in the latter case District Attorney Newton C Taylor represented the Common wealth in the various matters and Raymond A Hollandchiefproba tion officer assisted in many of the domestic relations proceed ings John Rodgers 115 Chestnut Street Mount Union was brought into court for his fail ure to pay a per week Contd on Page 3 Budget Logjam Is i LI jo it Broken As Senate TO New Tricks Hanoi Claims Nixon Is Up Acts TOKYO UPI A Hanoi broadcast said todayPresident Nixon is up tricks in trying to further what it called Probably Will Stop In Saigon BANGKOK UPI sources said President and Mrs Nixon will White today nying to luriner wnat it called President and Mrs Nix HARRBBURG UPI The Senate Appropriations Committee Americas domination of Asia fly to Saigon Wednesday CKed tf fhp willl T3oinhrt f T rflirino1 tlic mifYnnf mi backed to the wall by Gpv Raymond P Shafer has provided the first break in the sevenmonthold logjam over a state budget for the current fiscal year The Republican committee cleared for floor ac tion Monday night a bil ion general appropriations bill Serenas YearLong Reign Begins May Die Quickly A pretty Blairs Mills lassie Serena Rice will reign as Miss Shade Gap Picnic 1969 in the JTiaH sfl f1 fl coming year Serena was crowned last evening during the queen competition held at Harpers Memorial Park At left standing is last years queen Debbie Poor while this years first runnerup Marlene Traxler is pictured at right Blairs Mills Girl Earns Serena Rice daughter of Mr and Mrs Melvin Riceof Blairs Mills is the new Miss Shade Gap Picnic Crowning took place last evening at Harpers Memorial Park arid was one of the features of the weeklong Shade Gap Serena who succeeds Debbie Foor 1968 queen is a sophomore at Southern Huntingdon County High School and has one sister and one brother She stands 5 3 tall and has ash blonde hair and blue eyes Yesterday was a busy one for the fourteen participants in the queen competition The girls gathered at the picnic grounds at 6 am and assisted with the decorating of the pavilion And later in the afternoon they were guests at a tea held in the fire hall It was during this time that the judges had an opportunity to meet the girls and converse with them Judges for the contest were Mrs Ruth Sell of Duncansville Mrs Peggy Kargo of Claysburg and William Monteith of Delmar Studio in Harrisburg Mrs jean Illingworth served as chairman of the twohour tea She was assisted by Karen Illing worth Mrs Vera Appleby and Mrs Joan Brooks Tables covered with white cloths were decorated with bou quets of daisies in crystal vases Arid In keeping with the theme daisy plates were used A large crowd assembled at the Contd on Page 2 While On Probation EMK To Get No Special Treatment H Y A N N I S PORT Mass Edward M Ken nedy can expect no special treatment while on probation according to his probation officer Mrs Edwin Tyra of Edgar town probation officer of the Dukes County District Court said Monday Kennedy will be treated just like any other probationer Kennedy pleaded guilty Fri day to leaving the scene of an auto accident in which a young secretary was killed on Chappa quiddick Island off Marthas Vineyard He received a suspended twomonth jail sen tence and was placed on probation for a year His drivers license also i was suspended for a year Mrs Tyra a mother of two grown children said she contacted Kennedy concerning his reporting dates The dates are a private matter and just Scientists Are Excited anybody else reached on an individual basis I see no neither did why the senator would be anj different she said He also has permission to leave the state at will but thats not unusual when a person has a job in another state she added She said Kennedy may report by letter with a phone call or in oerson Sunday IN ight Burglaries State Police said today that the loss was rather light In burglaries at three establish ments two garages and a dairy story along Route 522 south of Mount Union on Sunday night Investigation of the three crimes is continuing today The Orbisonia Garage owned Ellsworth Ralph Smith of Or bisonia was entered between 10 Porn Sunday and 8 Mon day An air conditioner in a window on the east side of the structure was pushed inside the building in order to gain entrance Police found evidence that at tempts were made to pry open several drawers but nothingwas stolen Damage was estimated at about Krughs Garage located in Cromwell Township just south of the Orbisonia Borough line was burglarized between 9 pjn Sunday and ajna Monday Entrance was via the front door where a glass section in Contd on Page 2 Warns About Surcharge WASHINGTON UPI ate Democratic Leader Mike Mansfield says that if Republi cans dont accept his planfora tax reform the income tax at 12 imidnighti ThiirKHav Almost everybodys paycheck would be a bit larger in very quick order And Mansfield says Senate Democrats will be more reluctant than ever to resurrect the tax once expired In his calm clipped manner he stood before the Senate chamber Monday and once i again offered his a fivemonth extension of the 10 per cent tax so that it will expire Nov 30 just about the time the Senate is considering tax reform At that time he made clear it is his intention to make a further extension of the tax hinge on presidential and Republican support for tax reforms President Nixon and most Republicans want a full years extension of the surtax at the 10 per cent rate to Jan 1 and then at 5 per June 30 on the grounds it Is vital to curb inflation The tax expired June 30 but Congress anticipating an exten sion rushed through a bill to allow employers to continue withholding taxes at the surtax rate until the end of this month fContd on Page 7 Board Has Busy Work Session Mount Union Area School dir ectors met last night and hired personnel appointed department chairmen awarded bids bus con tracts and transacted various other items of Importance to the school district In special session on July 7 the board had elected James Hughey as guidance counselor but a letter of resignation has been received from Hughey Robert Knepp presently a math teacher on the Mount Union staff was hired to fill the vacancy created by Hugheys resignation Mrs Marjorie Goodman kind ergarten teacher requested a half day teaching schedule Her request was granted Directors hired Mrs Carol Matz of Mount Union to teach the afternoon session of kinder garten that was formerly taught by Mrs Goodman riK4hclergarten bus s contracts were awarded for the 196970 term to Lester jEdgin Shirley Township yiaVmjj route Paul noon route John Scott Mapleton Union noon route Royer Smith Newton Wayne am and noon route Formal resignations of the football coaches were accepted by the board to be effective immediately The staff includes Head coach Dayton Shugarts as sistants Arthur Schutawle Earl Bumbaugh Stephen Letterman and John Kallnowski This action followed a fifteen minute executive session of board members Also directors un animously voted to authorize the administration to secure football coaches from the present teach ing staff with the cooperation of Contd on Page 7 Fears Are Frustrating Geologists his current tour The Vietnam news agency broadcast from the North controlled Vietnamese capital quoted an editorial in the official Nhan Dan newspaper that Nixon brazenly stated that the US that forms the bulk of a genwould continue its role of a eral fund budget devised by Paoific House Democrats and p a s s e d At tte same timei by that chamber two weeks broadcast the President ago Pledged a new American role in The action came several Asia after tile Vietnam War hours after Shafer met with based on mutual trust mutual confidence and mutual coopera tion However all these allega tions cannot conceal the real Senate GOP leaders to warn Contd on Page 7 THE WEATHER thehi he would veto any at tempt to finance state opera tions through August and Sep tember by stopgap or emergenobJecive of Nixon which is to cy appropriations Before Mondays meeting with Shafer the Senate Republi cans had said there would be no action on the general appro priations bill until the House ap proved atax package The signif ance of the action is this the general appro priations bill is signed by Sha fer a massive tax increase between and is all but inevitable The general appropriations Contd on Page 7 Variable cloudiness and mild with widely scattered showers today High in 70s to near 80 Partly cloudy and a little cooler tonight Low in 50s to near 60 Wednesday mostly sunny and mild High in 70s to near 80 Thursday outlook mostly sunny and a little warmer Paul Black a native of Mai den Missouri will conduct the program on painting techniques for the Standing Stone Art Leagues tenth annual summer program at Stone Creek Lions Park Registration for the weeklong activity August 48 is open to members and nonmembers alike Those interested in Joining the indoor and outdoor painting rou tine should contact Mrs James Watkins registrar Huntingdon RD 1 Registrations will be accepted on opening day Mr Black the instructor re ceived his bachelor of fine arts degree from the Kansas City Art Institution Kansas City Mo in 1968 He is a candidate for master arts degree at the Penn sylvania State University where he has been teaching as a grad uate assistant since entering the university as a graduate student This summer Mr Black has been teaching In The sources said Nixon would go there to visit the troops and that Mrs Nixon would spend her time visiting military hospitals in the South Vietna mese capital There had been speculation on such atvisit since Nixon set out on his sevennation tour of Asia and Communist Romania but the White House has refused to comment for securi ty reasons Today White House spokes man Ronald Ziegler would not confirm or deny the reports saying only I dont have any information at all to give you But other sources on the Contd on Page 2 At Juniata Valley Personnel Items Spark Board Meet An abbreviated board of direc tors of Juniata Valley Schools met in regular session last even ing withthe ne w Supervising Pr in cipalblihe Juntata Valley School District Amos D Meyers speak ing for theadministration Six6f the nine directors were able to attend Dr H William Stewart board presidentr who conducted the session Sumner Smith John Kinch Robert Glenny Reynolds Fitzgerald and Paul Relnhart and Mary Jo Price board secretary A number of teachers and citizens were pres ent The board accepted five resig nations from High School Prin cipal Frank N Zlto to be effect ive on or about August 15j Mada line Harman cafeteria manager Contd on Page 2 PAUL BLACK with By Findings Moons Great Seas Created By Lava From Hot Interior WASHINGTON notion that Apollo 11 have brought a moon plague back to earth is frustrating geologists and other physical scientists aching to get to work on those priceless rocks now quarantined in the Lunar Receiving Laboratory at Hous ton Said one geologist All I need is a hammer and a hand lens and a couple of minutes to tell me things Kindergarten Is Panel Focus This Thursday A panel discussion focusing on the Scope of the Kindergar ten Program will be held at a Mount Union Area summer Head AbstractStart open house on Thursday evening1 July 31 beginning at 7 oclock JUT Mr 7 SST eS iSS ss Title I program The schedule will be main throughout the week as Monday August 4 9 am thod of letting parents of Head Start children and other inter attend the Friday cnlarenana otner inter aue ested citizens explore the many ramifications participation in president by the League memoes easeis ana ma Clarence Garner terials medla acryllc Featured on the panel will be tion of Color Mr Black Tuesday August 5 Technique of Watercolor Mr Black Wednesday August 6 Paint colors and canvass panels will for sale Those sharing in the Painting Contd on Page 7 Goodman with Head Start co director Gloria Stone serving as moderator An Informal re n Page 10 Contd on Page 2 Mount Union Housing Meeting Postponed The housing meeting scheduled by a group of Mount Union citi zens under the sponsorship of the Mount Union Service Center has been postponed indefinitely The meeting was scheduled to be held this evening at the Red Hen beginning at Mrs Mary Wilson director of the center announced the postponement this morning The meeting will be held at a later date SPACE CENTER Houston UPI The evidence is mounting that the moons great desert seas were created by lava spewed from a molten interior and later covered with rock dust and blass beads that probably fell like rain drops On the basis of preliminary findings from the Apollo 11 lunar expedition Dr Harold C Urey Nobel Prizewinning che mist said he was reconsidering his idea of 20 years that the Report In Detail Tne astronauts scheduled to released from their life of moon was a cold dead body isolation Aug li were spending Scientists today turned to the tneir time in quarantine start of a series of tests to try reporting in detail on their to help resolve one other flight realxing with an occa nagging question about the sional ping pong game and moon whether it harbors life watching television Doctors working in the same One telecast they watched Lunar Receiving Laboratory Monday night was a 90minute building where Apollo 11 briefing by 10 scientists astronauts Neil A Armstrong reporting on the initial examin Michael Collins and Edwin E of more than two dozen Aldrin are living in quarantine rocks and two plugs of moon prepared to expose lunar brought back by Armstrong material to a colony of germand Aldrin from the Sea of free mice to see if they will be Tranquillity infected by any moon orga DrEugene A Shoemaker a lunar geologist from the California Institute of Technolo gy said he was convinced the astronauts landing site and all the other seas on the moon were formed by great lava outpourings The evidence is overwhelm ing that the maria seas are built up by lava flows Shoemaker said He said Apollos rock samples contained gas bubbles like those found on the tops of lava and some evidence of explosive volcanic eruptions Some of the other geologists sitting on the news conference panel were more conservative in their initial public judgments and Dr P R Bell head of the lab said I think itdepends on whos being overwhelmed by the evidence Contd on Page 10 nobody ever knew before about A A r r rr i the moon Another American Epic Is Unfolding Hell have to wait until the biologists are satisfied Can Look And Guess At the moment all the physical scientists can do is look at the rocks through a window and make guesses Some of them consider this nonsense The moon they figure is a far j more sterile environment than anybody Contd on Page 3 Mariner Takes Photos Of Mars For US Telecast INSIDE THE NEWS Ann Landers 12 Classified Ads 10 11 Comics 9 Crossword li Obituaries 2 Pennsylvania Story 6 Society A Club 8 Sports 5 PASADENA Calif UPI Tiny Mariner 6 took pictures of Mars 58 million miles from earth today In a new American epic which a geneticist said could lead to the greatest breakthrough yeton the origin of human life The 850pound spaceship recorded and stored screens television images of the planet Dr Norman Horowitz Cal every 37 minutes as it neared tech biology professor and chief Mars after a flight lasting more ot the JPL Biosclence Section than five months for the space probe was super If Mariner 6 obeys the cautious as to whether man will command of the Caltech Jet learn this year if Mars even Propulsion Laboratory on sche has the environment to make dule the pictures were to be some form of life possible transmitted to earth starting at Carry Instruments pm PDT this evening Mariner 6 and its twin flashed on home TV spacecraft Mariner 7 flying toward Mars five days behind it carry not only cameras but instruments to measure Mars temperature from its equator to its polar cap the density and content of its atmosphere and the allimportant presence or absence of water in liquid form Horowitz told UPI he would not hazard a guess at the greatest odds whether there is life on Mars but that the eventual knowledge could be the greatest breakthrough in the history of genetics he said Contd on Page 10   

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