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   Daily News (Newspaper) - September 10, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                ADS DIAL MISS CLASSIFIED or 5424641 State Library Education Building Harrisburg Pa 17126 VOL 48 NIKE CENTS PER COPY HUNTINGDON and MOUNT UNION WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 10 1969 PHONE 6434040 NO 190 Israel Braces For Retaliation From Egyptians Following Storm Moves Northward Gets Weaker FHlP Follows Warning From Russians Hurricane Gerda jury Being Raid Shows Egypt Causes Downpours Selected Not Ready For War Expires At 45 For Library Heavy rains drenched the coast of Maine today In the after math of Hurricane Gerda Fair weather centered in the Midlands while cool to freezing temperatures chilled the NorthCentral states and warm moist air brought high temperatures and rains to the West More than an inch of rain fell at Loring Air Force Base and Houlton Maine today as Gerda continued to weaken and moved northward through New Brun swlck Boston had nearly 2Vz inches of rain Tuesday Northerly winds brought frost warnings to Northern Michigan and sent temperatures down in Southeast raid on for war UPI Israels for trial of Commonwealth clear Calro is far from Ralston 101 East Western defense sources said today Avenue Mount The raid appears spotlighted moreover Tuesday made it alone offensive war Pennsylvania Dedication Plans Reach Final Stages 5f Denver reported inches of Arrangements for the dedlca rain in a threehour period late tion of the new Huntingdon Coun Tuesday The weather bureau ty Library are now in their said normal rainfall for the final stages Harold B Brum area for the entire month of baugh Juniata College vicepresSeptember is only 113 Inches idnet for development is head ing the dedication committee and announced the schedule of plans surrounding the October S event Brumbaugh is chairman of a Union continued today at the September Term of Huntingdon County Criminal Court Ralstpn is charged with burg lary and larceny in two separate Indictments Since the two charges arose from the same of fense they are being consolidated for the trial with the consent of the court and counsel Judge R Merle Heffner Is presiding at the court session When court adjourned at last evening five jurors all to have the ap parent shortcomings of EgyptTs present defense system with its heavy concentration on the Suez Canal they said The Israeli raid with Us surprise element and apparent depth of operation came significantly only a few days after Moscows warning to Tel State Troopers Kent RCopenAviv the Arabs were getting haver and John R Wlnklbauer ready for war are being transferred from Me Moscows army paper Red Huntingdon Will Have 24 Troopers Troops Virtually Unopposed Smash Defenses On Gulf Israels military Commanderinchief told Ms troops today thenraid into biggest attack since the 1967 Middle East the complete helplessness of the Egyptian cixtny Ralston trial Thirteen mem bers of the petit jury panel had been examined on their voir dire Two were challenged by the Commonwealth three were ex Southerly winds brought un cused for cause by the court and seasonably warm temperatures three were challenged by the to the Northwest with 90 defense degree readings reported as far District Attorney Newton C north as Great Falls Mont Taylor is representing the Com monwealth at the trial while Showers and thundershowers Attorney James EHimes isRal Mrs Leonard Fuoss the Honi were South stons lawyer Sgt Lawrence Joseph HNeff Mrs DAReese Texas to Eastern Idaho todayKnable Jr of the Mount Union and Mrs James Anderson Clear skies prevailed in the Far police Department is the pro Invitations are being printed West for low ctouds and secutor the alleged offenses and are expected to be in the some fog over Pacific mail this week The luncheon Coast Contd on Page 10 is scheduled tor Wednesday women has been selected for Connellsburg to Huntingdon efStar earlier this week said the committee composed of Mr and Mrs David Kunz Jame s D Hunt fective tomorrow Sept 11 Arab armies are stronger now Sgt Nicholas JSpallonecom than they were two years ago mander of the Huntingdon substa Dealing Stronger Blows tion announced the personnel The United Arab Republic changed today and noted that in particular has greatly his station will then then have strengthened its armed forces a 24man complementthe largest which are dealing ever stronger in its history retaliatory blows at Israeli Both Copenhaver and Winkl Contd on Page 5 bauer presently reside in the AltoonaHollidaysburg area The transfers were made on TJ special orders issued by Capt Earl O Sergstrom commanding officer of Troop G Pennsylvania State Police Hollidaysburg CARLTON OSWALT omit U Business Leader Dies Contd on Page 2 Home Cost of the luncheon will be 300 per plate Contd on Page 2 Tragedy o Announced INSIDE THE NEWS Along the Juniata8 Ann Landers11 Classified Ads 18 19 Comics 17 Crossword 19 Obituaries2 Society Club16 Sports 4 5 Small Plane Rams Allegheny Jetliner 83 Die In Crash INDIANAPOLIS Ind UPI A small plane invisible on air port radar scanners tore the tail from an Allegheny jetliner Tuesday sending both craft plummeting into a soybean field The crash killed 83 persons some Hung to their death through the gaping tail hole The private plane was flown by a student 10 hours flying time short of his pilots license It was Indianas worst airline tragedy Authorities said the small plane was not visible on radar because of ground clutter A An open competitive said smaller craft tion for the position of postfrequently were not seen by master at Waterfall was announradar lower altitudes ced today by the Interagency The pilot Waterfall Post Open 5 Interest Ceiling Is Removed HARRISBURG UPI The smaller craft Senate Appropriations Commit Board Civil Service Examiners was RoDert Carey 34 who was tee in a move to avert pay Central and Western Pennsyll j the Air during ths less paydays for state em vania Korean war but not as a pilot ployes has cleared legislation The position pays a starting Carey trying for his private that would remove the 5 per n nf ir Dl Co ho n cm At Elks Home Township Supervisors Assemble Township officials super visors auditors assessors and tax collectors from Huntingdon County assembled at the Elks Home Tuesday for the 54thannual convention of the Huntingdon County Association of Township Officers Items on the agenda included salary of Applications license so he could take cent interest limitation oh state will be accepted until Oct 10 wtfe and six children flying tax anticipation notes Complete information about climbed into a Piper Cherokee The committee had balked at examination requirements and inand began a flight the measure last July but re structions for filing may be ob As he climbed eastward the sponded to pressures from the tained from the post office where contro1 tower at IndianapoHs Shafer administration when the the vacancy exists or from the WeirCook Municipal Airport state General Fund reached a Interagency Board of Civil Serinstructed the Allegheny DC9 perilously low point at the close vice Examiners Federal Buildairliner to descend from 6000 at business last Friday ing 1000 Liberty Avenue Pittsfeet to 2500 feet on the landing The Commonwealth issues tax burgh Pennsylvania 15222 from the east anticipation notes during peri jTelephone 412 Tail Comes Off ods of low revenue to keep Applications must be filed with Careys plane struck or was abreast of its operating expens Contd on Page 2 Contd on Page 5 Contd on Page 5 Funeral At National Presbyterian Church Capital Pays Last Tribute To Senator Dirksen Today WASHINGTON UPI The nations capitol paid its last tribute last 10 as Senate Republican today to Everett McKinley Dirksen a senator Richard Nixon leader rated greater than most presidents in his influence on Ameri His body lay in state this of the townships items of local government business and a num ber of addresses and discuss ions relating to township matters Highlighting the program was the presentation to Mrs Betty Riden of Juniata Township of a certificate of completion for a correspondence course in town ship government Mrs Riden was the first citizen in the coun ty to complete the course Mrs Riden is not a township supervisor She serves as of fice manager for the Hunting don County Agricultural Stabili zation and Conservation Service U S Department of Agricul ture I only took the course Contd on Page 2 Rosh Hashana Services Set The reorganized board of di rectors oftheHuntingdonChapter of the American Red Cross last evening approved a listing of com mittees for the coming year and established the policy of holding board sessions quarterly on a trial basis Chairman of the board the Rev Harrison Price conducted the session held in the Twelfth Street United Methodist Church with the following in attendance Mrs William McHenry Mrs Warren Bordne r Mrs C F E ng llsh Attorney Jack C Schock Mrs Wesley Porter Mrs George Smith Mrs Helen Mier ley Miss Winifred Hawn Miss Helen Brumbaugh Charles Stevens Walter Eichensehr Mrs Robert Kepner and Mr Price Mrs Mierley presented the secretarys report and the fi nancial statement was read by the treasurer Mrs Porter Committees are as follows service to military Mrs James Ulsh and Mrs Albert Swope disaster relief Walter Eichen sehr Frederick W Rohland and Arthur J Ritcliey blood Carl R Bruno Mrs George Smith Miss Helen Brumbaugh Mrs William McHenry and Walter Shope volunteers personnel Contd on Page 2 Accounts from the Israeli nigh command said the troop and tank raiders virtually were unopposed in landing Tuesday by boat on the west bank of the Gulf of Suez and cutting a 30 mile swath southward Egyptian military spokesmen Mount toe lartjing had Ull I U 111O1I been thrown back with huge losses and that Israeli claims of success than a divert world attention from the successful military coup In Libya Diplomatic sources in Cairo said President Gamal Abdel Carlton C Oswalt prominent Nasser certainly would order Mount Union young businessman revenge raids possibly in the died at 2d5pjn Tuesday Sept form of the first Egyptian air 9 1969 in the JCBlair Mem strikes into Israel since July of orial Hospital Death was due last year Such raids would to congestive heart failure He challenge an Israeli air force had been a patient in the nosrecently bolstered by US pital since Aug 23 when he sufPhantom jets fered a heart attack at his Mount One Purpose Of Raid Union home 29 Garber The Israeli commanderin Street chief Gen Halm barLev The deceased was 45 having came on Israeli army radio just been born in Huntingdon on Aug before it signed off after 20 1924a sonof cBueU and midnightj antil Suez Oswalt Canal trbnt to te preparedtor For 23 years he had been retaliation from Egypt associated with his father in the One of the purposes of the firm of C B pswalt and Son commercial printers He was an active member of the United Presbyterian Church of Mount Union He had been an ordained elder and had served on the board of trustees and a number of church committees Mr Oswalt had been active as a volunteer fireman He retired in 1966 as chief of the Mount Union No 1 Fire Company after 20 years of outstanding service He was one of the founders and SAIGON North a memberoftheHuntingdonCounVietnamese and Viet Cong ty Fire Chiefs Association and threeday ceasefire entered its he was a member of the Huntfinal hours today with US ingdon County Firemens Assomilitary spokesmen reporting ciation and belonged to the Cenoverall hostile activity in South tral Pennsylvania Firemens AsVietnam at a low point sociation Guerrilla groundfire downed He belonged to the following two American reconnaissance organizations Blue Juniata Memorial Post No 5754 Vet Tne truce went lnto effect at Monday 1 pm EDT Highlights Tussey Meet Personnel matters including amounted to no more changes in the makeup of propaganda ploy to ue oj education itself were the principal concern of directors of the Tussey Mount ain School District meeting in regular session in the high sch ool last evening The board accepted tee resig nations of two directors reappointed one granted a re quest for a sabbatical leave to one teacher accepted the resig nations of two others hired three new faculty members a secre tary cafeteria employes two tut ors and teacher aides Board President John Folk con ducted the session which was at tended by directors Robert Wil liams Paul McCabe Edward Motor Lana Eugene and Keith Griffith CRAWSHAW RESIGNS The board accepted the resig nation of director Bruce D Craw shaw whose term expires Dec ember 31 1971 and also a resig nation from director Alberta Lane whoseterm expires on Dec ember 31 of this current year Mrs Lane was then appointed to fill unexplred term and the oath of office ad ministered by President Folk The Rev Robert Raycroft wais Contd on Page 2 Contd on Page 14 f Entering Final Hours Contd on Page 14 THEWfcATHfcK Partly cloudy and cool to day Highs in the low 60s Clear and cold tonight Lows in the lower 40s Thurs day sunny and cool Highs in the low 60s Outlook for Friday fair and cool 1 am Sunday and was to end at 1 am Thursday 1 pm EDT today Spokesmen reported the two US helicopters came under Communist groundfire Tuesday near Song Be 85 miles northeast of Saigon and within 10 miles of the Cambodian border Both craft a light observation chopper and a Contd on Page 14 Dangerous Recovery Work To Start At Mine Friday MANNINGTON W Va UPI Risking another violent exarea Corcoran said the pres plosion workers lift the first seal from the gaseous Mannington ence of methane gas will make No 9 mine Friday to start the long underground search for the the recovery a difficult and bodies of 78 coal miners dangerous undertaking The recovery is one of the most dangerous the beginning of a long 1380 Pupils Enrolled In NBC Schools The Northern Bedford Cqunty Schools opened with an enroll ment of 1380 this year it was reported to the School District Board at its regular monthly meeting on September 4 The enrollment figure marks a slight increase over that of the preceding term which closedwith 1366 Coal and fuel oil bids were opened and awarded at the meet ing as follows Coal to Lloyd Hall of Loysburg at per ton for Replogle alid Woodbury buildings and per ton for the R P Smith School fuel oil to Barkman Oil Company of Wood bury at 1138 per gallon for the Northern Bedford High School Bus drivers and alternates were approved as listed by the contractors Eighteen substitute teachers were approved for the term and the supervising principal author ized to obtain the others needed Contd on Page 14 erations in the mining industry and difficult The explosionravaged mine tion recovery opera The same mine was sealed Nov 13 1952 one day after 16 men were trapped by a fire spawned explosion it was was sealed last Nov 30 when When Athas Portal is opened closed for 199 days before work i1 r life Nixon led hundreds of dignita ries expected to attend the in a list of 53 honorary funeral at the National Pres pallbearers Also included were byterian Church at 1 pm nine leaders from morning in the Capitol Rotunda where it was viewed by the public during a 24hour period Nixon a junior senator with At Huntingdon Rosh Hashana observances at the Agudath Achim Synagogue in Huntingdon will be conducted Secret Service agents at and 13 from the church said former governors three old friends and 24minute rotunda ceremony the Went Lyndon B Johnson and all 22 House members from his wife were also expected Illinois although a Dirksen family Dirksen 73 died Sunday of a spokesman said he had not heart attack after lung cancer heard U Johnson was coming surgery The whitehaired Illin Johnson and Vice President oisan served 16 years in the Spiro T Agnew were Included House and 19 in the Senato the the Senate Dirksen 18 years ago eulogized four ns old colleague Tuesday in a the and attended by the Senate House Cabinet members preme Court justices foreign diplomats Although he never became Contd on Page 5 the miners were given up for weather conditions must be just dead Contained under the seals right to let the methane gas was highly volatile methane pour out from deep inside the gas which will be released by mine The unsealing could be the recovery crew delayed by weather conditions Officials involved in the un Not long after the initial ex bottom of the slope and open sealing meet today behind plosion at No 9 last Nov 20 the doors The ventilation fan by Joe Dollinger religious lead closed doors with families of reports circulated that the min will suck the gas from the easi er of the congregation the 78 victims to explain in deers may have drilled into an ern portion of the mine at the The Initial service will be held tail the recovery procedures inchartered natural gas well to farthest point from the site of at 7 pm Friday evening as John Corcoran president of set off the blast No one may Su the Rosh Hashana begins Consolidation Coal Co owner of ever know what happened deep at sundown on September 12 the mine said the search underground that day as the Services are also scheduled for through the complex was exovernight shift was preparing ajii Saturday and Sunday pected to take months He to leave themine warned the removal of the first No 9 was considered one of seal at the Athas Portal was the most gaseous mines in the Contd on Page 14 men could enter the still hot tunnels to recover the bodies Once the seals are removed and ventilation fans started the workmen will go down to the the explosions last November Company officials said the re covery crews would not enter the eastern part of the complex until the seals had been off for Contd on Page 14 YOU MUST REGISTER NOW TO VOTE IN NOVEMBER Deadline September 15   

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