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Daily News (Newspaper) - August 6, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania CLASSIFIED ADS DIAL MISS CLASSIFIED 6434040 or 5424641 Skate Library ICU uc r C i Bui 1 d 1i VOL 48 NDJK CENTS PKRCOPV MOUNT UNION WEDNESDAY AUGUST 6 1969 IilONK 6134040 NO 160 en Debate On Tax Reform Bill In Doiilil May Win Senates Crucial ABM Vote Nears WASHINGTON UPI After a year of national controversy and a month of floor debate the Senate was to vote today on tht antlballisUc missile system Outcome was in doubt Speaker Old Sniithiield Bridge Is Being Dismantled cu Welders today are busy dismantling the Smithiield Bridge Earlier the steel guard rails were cut from the sides of the over the Juniaia River at Huntingdon The Ions steel girders bridge by the welders Photo was taken looking north with will be salvaged for the state by the contractor Dale W Milter Laneys Mill in the background Al Mount Union Roseiisteel Named Head Of Firemen Hertvert Rosensteel Mount nion area representative for Dairy was elected ores lent of Mount Union Fire Com any Ko 1 at the annual ballot g held last evening Rosensteel willsucceed Vie x Karycki as head f the firemen Karycki held he office for two years and uring that time the new 3180000 Jouni Union Fire Station was lanned and erected Rosensteel will serve during e year 196970 and he and the ther newlyelected officers will e installed on Tuesday Sept The other officers for the en suing year are Jay Heasier ice president re imory Tilson financial secre tary Harold Hap Myers secre tary elected for ninth consec utive Charles Albright assistant secretary red Appleby Jr fire duel elected for tnird Roy Vhiisel assistant chief reelec Charles Booher captain Jerry Shapiro lieutenant elected ror third consecutive David Halk chief engineer re Harold Gus Grissing er drill master Wil iams Williams secretaryofam Confd on Page 2 Hosted By Robert Goodman Family Youngster Begins Mount Union Stay V K Mr and Mrs Robert Goodman and sons of 27 East Market Street Mount Union were excited and thrilled last night as they waited at the Mount Union train station to greet their adopted son from Sweden Former Mount Union Woman Meets Nixon as an A former Mount Union woman Mount now residing at Hanover had a real thrill yesterday after noon when she unexpectedly niefc President Nixon on the square to the York County cir She is Mrs Richard Colleen Brown 22 a daughter of Mr and Mrs Charles Waits of 517 South Division Street Mount Union Mrs Brown is a bookkeeper at the Bank of Hanover When she left work a few minutes after 4 yesterday afternoon she noticed that a crowd had gather ed in the square She soon discovered that the main attraction was the idem of the United States who had stopped for a time in Han over It is believed he was en route to nearby Camp David Md Jens Tornmarck 16 year old son of Mr and Mrs Hans Torn marck of DohnaTors Askersund Sweden was just as anxious to meet his first host family for his stay in Mount Union Sponsoring the visit of Jens exchange student is the Union Rotary Club Nec essary funds have been provided by the present senior class he Mount Union Area High School O J McNitt is serving as Rotary chairman of the pro ject Under this exchange plan there must be a maximum of four host families for the school year or a minimum of two families The Shade Gap Teenager Badly Hurl A Shade Gap teenagerJlivaS1 badly injured in an unusual man ner yesterday afternoon when the car she was driving slammed into a telephone pole in Dub lin Township two milessouth of Shade Gap The accident victim Connie Lee Dell 6 s listed in fair condition today at the Lewis town Hospital She suffered a frartured right leg a severe laceration of the right thigh and multiple abrasions and con tusions She underwent surgery at the hospital this morning Miss Dell was thrown from her vehicle at the time of the accident Force nf the impact Conf d on Page 2 students time is divided among the families The other host family will be Mr and Mrs O J McNitt of 21 West Market THE WEATHER Contd on Page 10 be of Street The primary purpose of this Rotary program Is to further international understanding and good will Hans Tornmarck serves as sec retary of the Askersund Rotary Club The Tornmarckswillbethe host family for an American girl sponsored by the Rotary Club of New Philadelphia Ohio Contd on Page 10 Partly cloudy and warm today with a few widely scat tered thundershpwers this af ternoon The high in the low to mid 80s a Fair tonight with little change in temper atures The low in the mid 50s to low 60s Partly cloudy and warmer Thursday The high in the mid SOs to near 90 The outlook for Friday is hot and humid with scat tered thundershowers Sponsored By Mount Union Rotary Club Greeting Jens Tornmarck of Askersund Sweden as he arrived In Mount Union last night were Mr and Mrs Robert Goodman the first host family Also extending a welcome was O J McNitt chairman of the program for the Mount Union Rotary Club who is sponsoring the foreign exchange student for the 196970 school year TheMcNitt Family will be the host family for the latter part of the year Mount Union citizens will certainly want to meet Jens and make his stay in the community a pleasant one At Jiiniatn Valley Board OKs Agenda In Brief Meet Seven of the ninemember Board of Education of the Jurv iata Valley School District met in brief special session last even ing in the library of the junior senior high school An agenda of five items was presented by Supervising Prin cipal Amos D Meyers and all were acted on within the span of 15 minutes Included were the election of a high school princi pal and a high school guidance counselor approval of bids for curbing and sidewalk repairs and the purchase of three new type writers Dr H William Stewart conducted the session which was attended by directors T Richard Anders Paul Reinhart Fred Rei hart JohnKinch John Donnelly RobertD0Gleriny Board Secre tary Mary Jo Priceand Meyers Contd on Page 2 Sci enlists Talk With Astronauts SPACE CENTER Houston miffed over what they consider their role in the space program got their first oppor tunity today to talk with the Apollo 11 astronauts The scientists studying the moon were the last on the list in the formal debriefing sche dule for the three astronauts who arrive here July 27 and were granted only this after noon for questioning Neil A Armstrong Edwin E Aldrin and Michael Collins The chief scientist at the Manned Spacecraft Center Dr Wilmot N Hess resigned last week purportedly because the space program stressed en gineering over science Serves As Chairman Dr Hess was to serve as chairman of the scientific debriefing The three subjects of the debriefing were lunar samples lunar topography and lunar experiments Among the 51 scientists and technicians on the briefing list Contd on Page 10 Bargains Ready For Sidewalk Sale In Saxton The Retail Division of the Broad Top Chamber of Com merce has planned atwodaysale event for Friday and Saturday August 8 and 9 Stores willopen at their reg ular hours Many items of mer chandise at greatly reduced prices will be displayed in front of borough stores for easy quick selection There are so many bargains that not all of them can be placed on the street for the sale The sidewalk displays are a way of enticing customers to go in side the stores to look over the large number of items featured at their regular prices on the counter Saxton merchants have been busy for the pastseveral days preparing for the big sales event slashing prices on summer mer chandise in an effort to give Contd on Page 10 Sen Margaret Chase Smith RMaine the Senates only woman touched off speculation she would hand President Nixon a victory Others said the deciding votes held by two veterans of past embroglios 73 year old Sen ClintonP Ander son DNMj and retiring Sen John J Williams RDel The vote pitied the White House and Pentagon against a determined band uf senators pressing for arms control and military spending reductions The key test was over an amendment sponsored bySens Philip A Hart DMich and John Sherman Cooper RKy It would ban ABM deployment actual emplacement ofequip ment on permanent Contd on Page 3 Queen Is Al Pageant Too happy to talk Orbis oniaRpckhills new homecoming the Stairway to the and mounted a throne covered with sparkling 50ld lairia Wearing the bright smile that she car ried with her throughout the pag eant the 16yearold daughter of Dean Jenkins looked every bit a queen as she accepted the crown and royal red velvet cape from former queen Mrs Judy Walker A striking figure in her grace ful empire gown Shirley walked the runway during her first mom ents as 1969 Queen poised and smiling she viewed the crowd of about 1000 who came to see the newly crowned beauty Beauty was certainly bounte ous at the homecoming event REV E Z UTTS County Fair Vespers Scheduled The Rev Edward Z Utts of Newton Hamilton well known re tired United Methodist minister will be the main speaker at vesper services Sunday evening at the fairgrounds The traditional service spon sored jointly by the Huntingdon County Sunday School Association and the Huntingdon County Fair marks the opening of the 109th agricultural exposition The pro gram opens at pm at the grandstands Mr Utts will speak on the topic The Might of the Minor ity f He i will be iiitr oUuced by Aitch a vice president of the Sunday School association The Gloryland Quartet wiiipre sent special vocal numbers Contd on Page 10 Designed To eiose Old Loopholes WASHINGTON UPI House entered two days of debate today on a massive tax reform bill that would knot loopholes and cut nearly billion in taxes for all classes of taxpayers Under parliamentary rules granted late Tuesday the reform package was to be debated through Thursday when House passage was expected Democratic liberals said they would try to defeat a rule barring any amendments They want to open up the package for a vote on striking another sixmonths extension of the income taxsurcharge proposed for 1970 The extension at 5 per half the present the first six months of next year was added to the reform bill last week The Senate shelved a Contd on Page 10 Wood Girl Is Reported As Missing INSIDE THE NEWS Along The Juniata 15 Ann Landers11 Classified Ads 18 19 Comics 17 Crossword 19 Obituaries 2 Society Club14 Sports 4 5 Eighteenyearold Patricia Ann Hedge of Wood is the object of an areawide search by law en fbrcement officials Patricia Ann was last seen Cher home 37 East FultonStreetWood at Monday Her mother Mrs GraciEi Hedge reported to Huntingdon State Pol ice last evening that her daughter was missing Teletype messages were d is pat died at once and an investigation was started The missing girl is 5 feet 8 inches tall and weighs 115 pounds She has a slim build She has red haiistyled in a pageboy cut and blue eyes She wears dark rimmed glasses When last seen she was wearing a flowered blouse blue sweater green slacks and white shoes Any information should be phoned to State Police 6434520 immediately Homecoming Queen Selected At Pageant Shirley Jenkins receives the coveted Homecoming Queen crown from Mrs Judy A Walker queen at the Orbisbnia Rockhill Homecoming Beauty Pageant last night After the ceremonies the lovely new queen near tears exclaimed Im too happy to talk She was spon sored by the American Legion 518 in the contest First mnnerup was Sharon McManlgal right a petite brunette representing Phyllis CarothersBeauty Salon
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