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Publication: Huntingdon Daily News July 31, 1969

Daily News (Newspaper) - July 31, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania CLASSIFIED ADS DIAL MISS CLASSIFIED 6434040 or 5424641 StateLibrary Education Building pa 17126 fOL 48 NWE CENTS PER COPY HUNTINGDON and MOUNT UNION THURSDAY JULY 31 1969 PHONE 6434040 NO 155 Nixon Calls For Generation At juniata of Peace For India And World start Of Alumni Weekend Event Dr Click Will Dr G Wayne Click president of Keuka College will address ilumni and friends of Juniata College this evening at in Alumni Hall at the opening session of a thjeeday Alumni Summer Weekend program A former professor at Juniata and an ordained min ister of the Church of the Breth Glick has been pres of Keuka College since Before his appointment ren Dr dent 966 the small upstate New York liberal arts college for girls IB was dean of Franklin and Marshall College in Lancaster Pa Dr Click earned his B A egree at Bridgewater College lis B D degree from Bethany Ideological Seminary and his Ph D from the University of Chicago A writer as well as i scholar churchman and ad ministrator he is the author of The Reality of Christianity published in 1967 by Harper and Contd on Page 2 EMR Eyes Senate Jpb For 8 Years DR G WAYNE GLICK Scientists Continue Hunt For Germs i ests Of Lunar Scheduled SPACE CENTER Houston CUPI Armed with new reports it moon soil is different biologists today ones again attempted begin tests to determine if lunar dust shelters germs that could idanger life on earth 1700 GIs Head tome Friday SAIGON mm and said today US 2770 That possibility is slim said Dr M D Kandau president of the World Health Organization but he said studies at Apollo lls Lunar Receiving Laborato ry are of paramount impor tance for medical science Astronauts Neil A Arm strong Michael Collins and Edwin E Aldrin the first men exposed to the dark powder of the moons surface passed their latest blood test Wednes WASHINGTON UPI Ed ward Moore Kennedy returns today to his duties as a US job he has decided to try to keep for the next eight years Eleven days after a personal tragedy on the Massachusetts seacoast shadowed his political future Kennedy was back in Washington fortified by a vote of confidence from toe people of his home state Before returning he issued a 1 statement saying he had decided not to resign his seat and in fact planned to seek another term in 1970 If elected he said he would serve the full six years of that statement that seemed to rule out any campaign on his part forthe presidency in 1972 But that possibility if it ever existed as a firm one in Kennedys plans may have been foreclosed by the death of a former Kennedy secretary when a car the senator was driving plunged into a tidal pool In the aftermath of controversy surrounding the accident Kennedy asked the voters of his state to help him make up his mind about his future The thousands of responses were overwhelmingly yes Kennedy his drivers license suspended returned to his Contd oh Page 8 Senate Passes Revenue Bill To Break Deadlock HARRISBURG UPI The General Assembly began a five week recess today leaving behind a revenue gap estimated at million and million that can only be filled by new or increased state tares The break in the long ck plan t will be the largest number GIs leaving the war zone on js Dr re American troops would be daj tneir doctor said they are led out of Vietnam Friday nornial whenthev began gassing the 10000 mark moon landin frireSident NlXOnS weeks ago We have a tremendous lot of negative data which of course is quite gratifying to us said single day since Nixon nounced 25000 menwould be lied out by September least 2220of those going me Friday will be Marines northern war zone called for more KpOTis on tneir US artillery blasted epic adventuro But instead of irt a North Vietnamese base talking to t recorders thev mp inside the Demilitarized were ApoUo 12 astro Wednesday crushing 19 nauls Charles Conrad Richard nkers and setting three fires F L fuel and ammunition Fhe withdrawal will push to corps 070 the number of Americans it home or to Okinawa 5m the ere Craig L Fischer one of physicians living in isola tion with the moon pilots Brief Apollo Pilots The astronauts agenda today and tne rest of the A B or o Okinawa so All the Leathernecks luding Fridays contingent e been sent to Okinawa lilitary spokesmen announc the DMZ incident Wednes said the US guns opened when a spotter pilot orted receiving ground fire m the base camp The tier plane was not hit undreds of shells slammed the North Vietnamese ip 200 yards inside the zone ing four guerrillas besides Jcking out the bunkers and Contd on Page 8 Contd on Page 8 Dateline Central Pennsylvania BEDFORD Contracts have been awarded for the construction of water and sanitary systems at Shawnee State Park according to the General State Authority Sewage needs of Schellsburg will be met through the sanitary system to be constructed at the park site Approximately 000 is needed to enable Schells burg to tie into the treatment plant The project is scheduled for completion in October 1970 THE WEATHER Partly cloudy and mild to day with a chance of an isolated thundershower with the high in the upper 70s and low 80s Fair and mild tonight with the low in the mid and upper 60s Increasing cloudiness and little change in temperature Friday and Friday night with a chance ofthundershowersFri day afternoon and night SUNBURY Lycoming County Commissioners are advancing a plan to create a multicounty pri son to serve seven counties Already signifying their support of the plan are Montour and Snyder County officials North umberland County has indicated an interest in the proposal Other counties involved in the plan are Lycoming Union Col umbia and Clinton Appraisals of incarceratory buildings in the area indicate Contd on Page 2 Intact Established With Mariner 7 ariner 6 Gives Vital Mars ata During Epic Probe ASADENA Calii UPI Mariner 6 swept triumphantly past rs today with its cameras and instruments taking near Dunter readings from 2130 miles away trying to learn the Red Planet can support life ce little unmanned space ft worked perfectly on a 241 lion miles five month flight would make saw it make its closest Mars oach am EDT today it swung into orbit nd the sun more than seven hours a similar sweep starting Friday Mariner 6 took not only closeup pictures of the equator ial area of Mars but also had sday night scientists at delicate instruments taking the California Institute of planets temperature and re nology Jet Propulsion La cording the gases and density tory lost communication tne atmosphere the presence its twin spacecraft Mariof oxygen nitrogen and most and it was feared that important of there the epic probe of the Red are anv traces of water t might be blacked out Those clues may provide aji iner 7 was flying five answer to whether Mars 58 behind Mariner 6 million miles from earth at the Contact Heestablished time of encounter has an Jntact was lost at pm environment in which life can Wednesday but at exist EbT today the signal was A project spokesman said Ifahlished by switching to today the near encounter Jer antenna aboard the experiments vanl beautifully and it appeared Mariner 7 with the exception of the infrared spectrometer which was supposed to analyze the martian atmosphere He said a refrigeration unit that was supposed to cool one of the devices two sensors to 400 degrees below mal functioned rendering the sensor useless No Information Lost No important information was lost he said but the mishap would make it mor difficult to figure out informa tion about the presence of ammonia methane carbon dioxide and water in the atmosphere Thus far Mariner G has beamed buck to earth 50 television pictures of Mars taken from a distance f 771500 miles at the beginning of the series to 111950 miles at the end The two dozen pictures taken early today during the flypast will transmitted to earth his Contd on Pajro 21 new or increased taxation passe over a general fund budget for the current fiscal These unfunded programs m vear came Wednesday afterdude state aid to colleges and noon when the Sentfs appovad universities industrial develop and sen Gov Raymond P ment assistance and the state Shafer a S2057 billion general scholarship program Some appropriations bill representingslate officials place the com the bulk of the state budget bined cost of such programs at The massive spending meas 500 million ure the largest single appropri Higher Salaries ation ever approved bv the At a news conference about Pennsylvania Legislature was hour tne Senate pas passed on a vote of 3313 with sage Shafer announced that out a word of debate through executive order he Shafer wis scheduled to sign wmW authorize a 10 per cent the bill later trim acrosstheboard pay increase ming it by an estimated some 110000 state em million to bring it within the ployes effective Friday The present tax structure cost of the increase to the gen When the governor signs the eral fund is estimated at measure he will be using up million this year every penny expected from ex The governor will have to isting state taxes All other re trim the general appropriations maining programs will require Contd on Page 8 Senate Votes Today On 10 Surcharge Tax Extension Almost Certain WASHINGTON UPI The Senatei votes at last today on extending the 10 per cent income tax surcharge a surprise vote born of corridor compromise Democratic discord and presidential persistence Extension of the tax whicn expires at midnight was almost certain It was likely but not as certain the extension would be for the six months Senate Democratic Leader Mike Mans At Tokyo Airport Student Tries To Stab Rogers TOKYO with a dagger and disguised as a newsman a Japanese college student tried today to attack Secretary of State William P Rogers but set upon UjS Ambassador Armin H Meyer instead Police said the youth ap parently mistook Meyer for Rogers never Having seen either of the American diplo mats The assailant knocked Meyer 55 to the ground in his charge up the gangway during sendoff ceremonies for Rogers at Tokyo International Airport The am bassador was not hurt UJ5 Secret Service men and Japanese security guards dis Contd on Page 8 President Will Fly To Pakistan NEW DELHI UP1 President Nixon called today for a generation of uninterrupted for the world and for India beset by economic difficulties political turmoil and fearful of its neighbors Pakistan and Communist China Bang Asian TV f OPC I 311 1 1 I OflHV A VFtactj A 1 Nixon flew here from kok near the end of an tour that has taken him to the Philippines Indonesia Thailand and Vietnam He flies Friday to Pakistan which fought a 17day border war with India in 1965 and has close ties with Peking as well as the West The President standing be side his wife Pat on a platform draped with scarlet bunting recalled a previous visit in 1953 when he was vice president in the Eisenhower administration and was received by the late Prime Minister Jewaharla Nehru father of Premier Mrs Indira Gandhi Nehru told him 16 years ago ROME Paul VI flew to Africa today on an historic mission that under scored his determination to find a solution to the Nigerian civil war The 3145mile flight to Kampala Uganda is the first African visit by a modern Nixon said that what the world Pope For the 71yearold Paul Car Damaged In Crash On Route 22 field reluctantly agreed to rather than the 12 months sought by President Nixon An Altoona area mans car Mansfield abandoned his was damaged 3400 in an accident takeitorleaveit offer of an last night on Route 22 in Smith extension of only five months fie Id Township at the South Tenth jate Wednesday and won the Street intersection No person Senates unanimous consentfor was injured in the pm a quick vote on a sixmonth mishap extension of the 375 billiona State Police said Mildred Jane year tax Cree 51 of 309EighteenthStreet He did so in the face of Huntingdon was eastbound on rejection in a tele Route driving a 1964 Buick phone conversation to Vice She attempted to make a left President Spiro T Agnew of turn into South Tenth and in so nis earlier proposal from doing pulled into the path of a Thailand westbound 1963 Chevrolet op He also did so after Rep erated by Joseph A Forlina 20 Hale Boggs of Louisiana third Altoona RD 2 ranking Democrat in the House To avoid a collision Forlina subjected him to a torrent of swerved to the right and his car anger crashed into the guard rails along Haw baker For Governor Events Set The launching of a Hawbaker for Governor campaign ed imminent this week with the scheduling of twodinners in dif ferent sections of the state in horw or of State Sena tor DElmer Haw baker of Mercersburg Two long time Senate gues of Hawbaker hay e Arrange a dinners on Thursday and Friday evenings of this week in honor of the Franklin County S enate Appropriations tee Chairman George N Wade is giving a dinner on Thursday July 31st at the penn Harris Mo tor Inn in Camp Hill to wich a select group of prominent citi zens from Central Pennsylvania have been invited The following day Senate Majority Leader Stan ley G Stroup is holding asimW lar reception and dinner for Haw baker at the Fort Bedford Inn in Bedford Although Hawbaker has spoken in almost every county in Contd on Page 2 needed most was a generation of uninterrupted peace 1 That is what we need now for India and for the world Nixon said Nation Largely Recovered Nixon flew into this country that is filled with a new aggressiveness and optimism after years of economic and political problems and border wars with both Red China and Pakistan He found a nation largely recovered from a it was the eighth trip abroad since his election in 1963 The Pope intended to pay homage to Africas first Chris tian martyrs 22 men who died last century at the hands of a halfcrazed king who wanted to stamp out Christianity At the same time the Pope was undertaking the threeday visit to dramatize his concern and the Vaticans for a part of the world where war poverty racial discrimination hunger severe recession but still in and illiteracy are endemic need of US aid for develop The pontiff has focused ment plans greatest attention on efforts to Mrs Gandhi met with her settle the twoyear Nigerian cabinet throughout Wednesday civil war to assess the previous state The pontiff flew to Kampala ments made by Nixon on his the capital of the East African Contd on Page 8 Contd on Page 8 INSIDE THE NEWS the north Derm of the highway There was no contact between the two vehicles Damage to Forlinas car was estimated at 3400 by the inves tigating trooper Contd on Page 3 Ann Landers10 Classified Ads14 15 Comics 13 Crossword15 Editorials 6 Obituaries 2 Pennsylvania Story 6 Society Club12 Sunday School Lesson 3 VC Fires New Attacks At Nixon Lodge Hurls New Charges At Reds PARIS UPI The United States in its toughest negotiating statement yet accused the Communists today of showing contempt for a democratic solution to the Vietnam War Hanoi and the Viet Cong responded with new attacks on President Nixon US Ambassador Henry Ca bot Lodge took his cue frommatters worse The Viet Cong Nixons no more concessions aiready had criticized Nixons statement in Saigon Wednesday mOves as a blunt shameless and was joined by South Vietnamese negotiator Pham Dang Lam who charged the Communists had rejected offers of supervised elections because they knew they would lose Xuan Thuy the chief Hanoi negotiator said Nixons visit to Saigon far from contributing to a settlement had made provocation Your demands do not show faith in a democratic solution to the political problems of South Vietnam Lodge said They show contempt for it Lodges stance at todays 28th weekly session of the talks Contd on Page 2 Gladielter Still Critical i James A Glarffelter Hunt ingdon RD 3 remains in crit ical condition today at thp J C Blair Memorial Hospitals inten sive care unit Gladfelter was critically in jured Tuesday evening when he fell under the rear wheel of a pickup truck at Sunrise Acres in Union Township two miles iuuth of Mill Creek The injured man underwent emergency surgery at the hos pital on Tuesday night Approves Medals WASHINGTON UPI Senate has approved a resolu tion authorizing the striking of gold medals to honor each of the Apollo I moon astronauts The resolution sent to the House calls for the medals to he presented to the President and replicas to be sold to the public Profits Jrom the medal sale would be used to finance sriemre scholarship Supporting Campaign For Library Business and industry of Huntingdon County are among those helping to achieve the building and renovations program of the Huntingdon County Library Left Roy J Hess Owens Corning Fib erg las Corporation delivers a check in the amount S2DOO to Ruth M Auchenbach librarian Charles B Burket financial campaign chairman of UIG librarys project and lo The Hon Joseph H Neff chairman of the librarys board of trustees Yesterday The Penn Hunt Hotel gave to the current building program E DeVecchis and Sons Inc S20 Lester J MacDonald and Wald Industries These amounts represent payments of pledges the library ;

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Publication: Huntingdon Daily News

Location: Huntingdon, Pennsylvania

Issue Date: July 31, 1969

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