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   Daily News (Newspaper) - September 5, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                CLASSIFIED ADS DIAL MISS CLASSIFIED 6434040 or 5424641 DAILY State 17126 rOL48 NINE CENTS PER COPY HUNTINGDON and MOUNT UNION FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 5 1969 PHONE 6434040 NO 186 federal Construction Projects Hit 300 Minion Cut rdered By Nixon SAN CLEMENTE Calif UPI President Niion sought today iovtake some of the steam out of an inflated economy by cutting pack on direct federal construction projects and strongly Ing state and local governments to do the same Nixons action 152 Bomber Crashes In rilderness At Orbisbnia was more psychological than a massive withholding of federal funds Dr Arthur F Burns counselor to the President said the cutback in actual expenditures for new direct federal construc tion projects for the rest of this fiscal year would be about million Nixon was not aiming at a LIMESTONE Maine UPI dramatic net saving to the US Air Force B52 bomber federal government this year lonafl A TAII t but trying to set an example for all levels of government to Red Terrorists Are Holding To Brazil Lot Lunches To Seek Just Solution To War Board Acts Hanoi Likely To JAMES On County Home Report Toughen Positions Congressmen Demanding Seek Money Release Of For Library curb the pressure of demand trashed in a ball of flame hursday night in rugged llderness near the Canadian rder Four members of the for construction one of the rew of seven were known more inflated sectors of the national economy Not Entirely Popular Acting Game Protector Huntingdon County Com PARIS UPI expect The Allied delegations to the Vietnam talks to toughen its battlefield and negotiating positions ead Furthermore the President Three men were missing in crash that ignited a bright glow that could be seen knew his action on federal 30 miles The huge construction programs would not be entirely popular at state and local levels but he thought the overall benefits worth the risk Although this action will The crew contained six men cause some hardships he said a training flight and one in a statement issued Thursday Appointed Air Forces major long after keoff three miles from a at Loring Air Force se n a report from the state Department of Welfare following a recent in In Indiana Co spectlon of facilities at the ley Home for the AgedShirleys burg The board agreed to increase the size of theparking area at A former Penglas employe the home in order that visitors Clarence E James has been of the guests may find suitable designated acting district game parking available when they call protector for the Southcentral Also approved wasthe con Division Pennsylvania Game tinued painting and other main Commission by William A tenance work at the home Hodge division supervisor Fire Loss To Exceed Million WASHINGTON UPI A James Madison Memorial Li brary building Congress pro posed to build for million in 1965 now is million leaders are vasking money to get the work started now before the price climbs even higher As for the longdelayed extension of the west front of the Capitol theestimated cost has million to million in about the same Xuan Thuy Hanois top h time want tb negotiator told newsmen on his m cteparture that he would return tecause cnnn and would continue RIO DE JANEIRO Communist terrorists held kid naped US Ambassador C Burke Elbrick under threat of estimated to cost execution today unless Brazils So congressional new military junta frees 15 Both the Viet Cong and North Vietnamese chief delegates to the peace conference left Paris Thursday for Hos funeral following the cancellation of the regularly scheduled 33rd session of the talks coUape observer NEW FLORENCE Pa UPI To be reinstituted is the pro caused by a spark from James who was formerly emvision of hot meals tor employes a welders torch Thursday de ployed as a clerk with the Penat the home a practice which was stroyed a huge wooden sup atthe western White House it nsylvania GlassSandCorporatlon stopped In 1963 At present port base for a cooling tower A spokesman for the 8th Air will release resources for home at its Mapleton Plant was named employes carry lunches and as force at Westover Air Base in building where the need is dcopee Mass which controls great and where severe strains 42nd Bomb Wing to which already are being felt B52 was attached said Specifically the President ire were not directed all agencies of the backing the just solution to the Heari blished toda b conflict put forward by the HJfe S4 Viet Cong committee showed the joint Thuy and Madame Nguyen Commlttee onJ the Thi Bum the Viet Cong Con ional delegation chief were expected political prisoners by early Saturday afternoon Under mounting pressure fromthe US government the junta summoned top military and legal officials to a presidential palace meeting on the terrorist ultimatum for release of by pm Saturday The life and death of the ambassador is in the hands of the dictatorship a terrorist manifesto warned Contd on Page 2 Contd on Page 2 Contd on Page 3 lOfficial Search For Pike Ends JFueding Giants Brought Together ed Leaders In For Rites SAIGON UPI Top Communist leaders began arriving in Hanoi for Ho Chi Minhs an event bringing together top feuding Red giants the Soviet Union and China The guerrillas Ho had spired for 24 years promised a threeday truce of mourning on the battlefield beginning Mon day but shelled 66 Allied towns and bases in the heaviest overnight attacks in almost a month Mao Tsetungs representa tive at Hos rites Premier Chou Enlai flew into Hanoi BETHLEHEM Israelioccu from peking this morning and pied Jordan civiPremier Alexei N Kosygin of Ilian volunteers and Arab the Soviet Union left bedouin tribesmen searched the for the northern capital later in cages in the Judean hills today the day I for Dr James A Pike former Diplomats in London said the I Episcopal bishop of California Soviet and Peking delegations The official search for the 56may tne occasion to make yearold theologian missing contacts on easing the feud since Monday was called off nas degenerated into a Thursday night because Israeli series battles in army troops used in the recent montns operation were needed else BcAh will m Hanoi for where several days first to mourn Ho Only prayer can help him his body lies in state Jm now said Diane Pike 31year four days beginning Saturday old wife of the former bishop tnen to attend nis state There is nothing more that funeralj scheduled for Wednes can be done Pike has been missing on the Japanese correspondents in desert west of the Dead Sea the North Vietnamese capital since the rented car in which reported groups of people he and his wife were driving gathered around the Ba Dinh became stuck on some boulpalace in Hanoi mourning the ders The search began after of their 79yearold Contd on Page 2 Conf d on Page 6 Talks On Release Of Yanks Delayed Criminal Action Is Denied By US WASHINGTON UPI North Koreas demand for an American confession that the U S Army helicopter downed Aug 17 was involved in a criminal act appears to have complicated the ne gatiations to release the three crewmen State Department officials game protector of division 4313 there is not site in Shir leys succeeding Robert F Ellen burg to provide hot meals at berger who resigned the post In noon the request from workers midJuly at the home hasx been heeded District 4313 comprises the by the powers southern portion of Huntingdon Plans concerning these steps new acting district game Contd Page protector has been serving with the Game Commission as a deputy protector for the past five and ll JlfV U fl a half years Prior to his AUAillrtl J employment at Penglas he had worked as a heavy equipment operator James new position will re i Legion Have at the Conemaugh Electric Co generating station at nearby Huff Indiana County Officials said the damage would be in excess of mil lion The fire broke out shortly be fore 4 pm when a spark from a welders torch ignited the redwood at the base of the tow er Workmen were welding a connection on a stand pipe Flames quickly enveloped the 75foot high wooden struct u r e which was designed to lend support to the 370foot high ce ment and concrete cooling tow er under constructionAnother to bring back orders to stick to their demands for the complete withdrawal of American troops from the battlefield A source close to both the Allies delegations said they will show a hardened attitude both here and on the battlefield just to show they are not affected by Hos death The source pointed to Hanoi Radio broadcasts following Hos death which exhorted the North Vietnamese to carry out the Contd on Page 2 Library Contd on Page 6 wants THE WEATHER Partly cloudy today tonight and Saturday With scattered afternoon and evening thunder showers High today upper 70s to lower 80s Warm and humid tonight and Saturday Low tonight 60 to 66 High Saturday 80 to 86 Outlook for Sunday warm and humid with thimdershowers The fiftieth anniversaryof the William P Spyker Post No 520 American Legion of Alexandria was celebrated Thursday evening during the annual installation and banquet held in Alexandria Fire Hall And the occasion was the 14th1 anniversary for the Ladies Aux iliary to the Legion Post Both CAIRO new the unit and auxiliary officers military regime warned today for the coming year were in Libya Junta Is Getting Resistance damaged by the fire About 21 fire companies from Indiana and Cambria Counties responded to the fire alarm The fire was brought under control in about an hour Sev eral minor injuries were report ed Ground at the generating sta tion was broken in 1966 Com pletion was expected sometime next year The station is owned by a group of eastern utilities Bases Come Under Attack Reds Active As CeaseFire Nears At Spruce Creek Freight Cuts Rear From Mobile Home An eastbound high and wide Penn Central freight train sliced 15 feet off the rear of a mobile home last evening in an unusual accident at Spruce Creek No person was Injured in the mishap State Police fro mv Huntingdon were summoned to investigate the accident which happened at SdOpan Dwight C Small 24 of Mount Vernon Ohio driving an Inter national truck tractor was haul Ing one half of a 1969 Kit mobile home The length of the rig gAIGON UPI Communist troops stepped up attacks fe Wlth mbbUe it will crush with an iron fist any attempt to oust it or reinstall deposed King Idris Hundreds of Westerners were reported stranded in Tripoli In Athens King Idris 79 said in an interview that at the time of his overthrow four days ago he had a request pending before the nations legislative leaders that he abdicate to Crown Prince Hassan al Redha The captain of an airliner that was allowed to leave Libya returned to Frankfurt Germa ny Thursday and reported hundreds of Westerners caught in the capital because airports and borders were closed by the new regime He said his passengers some of them Americans had been confined to a hotel guarded by troops but were in no danger A strict curfew has been in effect since the military takeover Reports from the Libyan capital indicated the socalled Socialist Revolutionary Coun cil had taken firm steps against any possible uprising There were indications of some fighting Tripoli Radio said in a monitored broadcast Thursday the regime had moved tanks and troops into Benghazi the Contd on Page 6 Contd on Page 6 Contd on Page 2 INSIDE THE NEWS Ann Landers 14 Building Page10 Classified Ads 12 13 Comics 11 Courthouse RoundUp 10 Crossword 13 Farm Page 9 Obituaries 2 On Stage Live 8 Pennsylvania Story 12 Society Club i T Sports 4 5 Television Programs 8 9 Teenager Killed In Franklin Co CHAMBERS U R G Pa UPI James R Klawansky Marion about 17 became Franklin Countys 18th highway fatality of the year Thursd a y when his motorcycle crashed broadside into a car at the in tersection of Route 81 and Wayne Avehere Police said Henry F Minnick 23 operator of the car was turning onto the highway when the accident happened South Vietnam military spokesmen said today IIUUB teine 55 The increased activity came three days before the start of an announced 72hour ceasefire by the VietCong in memory of Ho travelled north on Route Chi Minh The US Command said at least 66 Allied installations came reaction from either South under Communist mortar and Vietnamese or American mill rocket fire the largest number tary officials In the past of shellings in more than three American commanders have weeks Ground attacks were followed the lead of the South also reported against two base Vietnamese in observing cease camps but they were repelled fires The new wave of Communist Spokesmen estimated 120 activity had been anticipated by Communists charged an Ameri US officials in connection with can and South Vietnamese the 24th anniversary Sept 2 of artillery installation near Go the coming to power of Ho Dau Ha three miles from the The Viet Cong Radio invited Cambodian border firing rock Allied troops to participate in etpropelled grenades small the threeday ceasefire beginarms and automatic weapons ning at 1 am Monday and as tney advanced They were warned those who did not would Prevented from penetrating a be severely punished barbed wire perimeter by There was no immediate Contd on Page 2 said publicly the helicopter Adams represented the clarifi strayed unintentionally over cations of North Korean sugges North Korea and no criminal tions at the Aug 29 meeting of intention or criminal action was the commission involved State Department officials Privately Nixon administrahere said the Communists tion officials are considering clearly want the United States what their next move should be to admit wrongdoing in their effort to win the crews officials said it was not clear release North Korea has whether North Korea wanted reported one crew member was the admission to be oral or injured slightly and the other Consequently the Unit rtwo were injured more serioused States was expected to seek iu v another meeting of the commis The North Korean demand sion to clarify the North Korean relayed by Maj Gen Lee demands at ameeting of the was feared North Korea Military Armistice Commission would seek confessions from Sept 4 The demand given US Marine Maj Gen Arthur H Contd on Page 6 Burglary At Orbisonia IGA Investigated State Police said today that an early arrest is expected in the burglarizing of Holdens JGA Foodliner at Orbisonia Investigation showed that in small change quarters dimes nickels and pennies was taken during the burglary about mid night Wednesday Police found no evidence of forcible entry at the Foodliner About midnight Wednesday a person the store saw two Individuals in the establish Contd on Page 6 Bellefonte Leaders Die In Smashup LEWISTOWN Pa UPI State Police here today post tively identified a private plane which crashed on Tuscarora Mountain near the Juniats County community of Port Roy al Thursday as a twinengined Commanche owned by Belle fonte businessman Robert Dun lap The plane which left Belle fonte skyport at 4 pm Thurs day bound for HarrisburgYork State Airport was believed to be carrying Sidney G Willar mayor of Bellefonte and Ger ald Robinson and Harold Flick two Centre County area busi nassmen Police said it is be lived the craft was piloted by Dunlap who is the commander of the Civil Air Patrol unit at State College Four bodies were found in Contd on Page 2 New Post Office Facilities At Juniata Yesterday was the official moving day for the post office located on the Juniata College campus The facility went from its familiar location in Totem Inn to new spacious quarters in the Ellis College Center Dedication ceremonies for the centerwill be held in connection with the schools annualv Homecoming Day program this fall Byrnes Shows Some Slight Improvement COLUMBIA SC Former Secretary of State James F Byrnes hospitalized for the third time this year showed slight Improvement Thursday as he battled back from a heart attack Dr A Izard Jbsey Byrnes physician said his 90yearold patient appeared somewhat stronger but remained se riously ill He is generally a little Jbsey said His heart action has improved and his lungs are clearer Contd on Page 6   

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