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Daily News (Newspaper) - September 24, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania CLASSIFIED ADS DIAL MISS CLASSIFIED 6434040 or 5424641 i r State Library 1126 VOL48 HHE CENTS PER COPJf HUNTINGDON and MOUNT UNION WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 24 1969 PHONE 6434040 NO 202 MM f Hindus Moslems Clash In Bio Court Session Ends At PM Three Maryland Men Convicted Three Maryland men were convicted latelast night in Hunt ingdon County Criminal Court by a volr dire jury that deliberated about 6 hours on its verdict Paul Martin tichenor 31Hill Md was found guilty of Heads PSP Unit Ward Garden In Period Of Transition Mr and Mrs Robert Ward relax a bit intheir garden at the rear of 617 Sixth Street to pose for of the Month plaque picture Theirs is a garden in transition Flower grow ers and garden designers can glean many tips from a visit to the Ward garden as the owners put it to bed for the winter anticipating a colorful array of blooms next spring South Korean Garden Provides For Growers kByKeds Van Sant Is Named GOP Whip SEOUL UPI A Korean Navy destroyer sank a Month PIa1ue tof September 50ton North Korean gunboat In fourhour gunbattle on rainswept seas off the south western coast early today i All the estimated 15 crewmen aboard theKGommuhlst vessel were the South Korean counter espionage command said It reported six South Korean sailors wounded two seriously Apparently the highspeed gunboat was on a mission to put Communist spies ashore as a similar boat tried to do Aug 21 That attempt also ended In failure South Korea said with 12 of the men aboard killed and two captured According to the command the South Korean destroyer Pusanho transferred from the United States a few months ago spotted the intruder on radar in South Korean waters at about 11 pm Tuesday and gave chase The sea battle took place 30 miles northeast of the Island of Confd on Page 6 Theres much to be learned rightnow at the Robert G Ward South at the rear of 617 Sixth Street winner of the Garden of the Although the majorityot flow ate Republicans have chosen ers in the garden have reached Sen John T Van Sant AUen thelr peak and many have been as the new majority whip removed the neat design is Van Sant visible as well as the artistic to the Weapons Arid Money Israel To Seek More US Planes JERUSALEM UPI Israeli Premier Golda Meir left for the United States today to ask President Nixon for more American weapons Including 105 warplanes and the money to pay for them The 71yearold grandmother said she was looking forward with pleasure and hope tc her first US trip since taking office in February The 10daj visit will include a meeting with UN Secretary General Thant Mrs Meir flew on an El Al Israeli jetliner scheduled tc arrive in Philadelphia at 4 pm side assault with intent to rob white codefendants David James tin of Oxon Hill Md and How ard Wallace Carper of Temple Hills Md were each found guilty as an accomplice of assault with Intent to rob Judge R Merle Heffner pre sided at the trial which started last Wednesday when selection of the jury of five men and seven women began The verdict was received at last night Judge Heffner directed a ver dict of acquittal on another charge that had been lodged against Tlchenor carrying a concealed deadly weapon The jurist agreed with Tichenors counsel who asked for the di rected verdict on the grounds SGT MITARNOWSKI Ig INSIDE THE NEWS Aong The Juniata 12 Ann Landers20 Classified Ads 18 19 Comics 17 Crossword 19 Obituaries 2 Society Club 16 Costly SSrT Frojept Nixons OK WASHINGTON UPI The supersonic transport which now has President Nixons firm backing7 is being described on Capitol Hill as everything from an essential enterprise to a plaything for the jet set Nixons decision Tuesday to ask Congress for million during the next five years for the 1800 mile per hour plane drew both high praise and condemnation from congress men who mustpass on Nixons request Both critics and opponents predicted the project faces a fight in Congress Sen Charles H Percy RI11 said development of the SST Is essential to preserve the primacy of the United States in world civilian aircraft markets and to prevent an even more serious erosion of the balance of payments deficit The importance of US leadership in the aircraft field also stressed by Nixon was repeated by House Speaker John McCormack who said he was happy the President made the decision since America has to keep In the lead But Sen J William Ful Conf d on Page 6 No 53 was elevated 2 party leadership HARRISBURG UPI Sen EOT Israeli sources said Mrs will ask Nixon at the White House meeting Thursday for more phantom and skyhawk jets and hawk groundtoair placement of are early bird gardeners to succeed the late Sen Albert East arms buildup which how they are already thinkingabout Arabs the Spring seasons I1Van Sant wasunopposed v will seek financial of 1970 The 18yearlegislativeveteran assistance forthe armsi In the period of transition the bad served as cannot Ward garden provides tips for all cus secretary since 1963 and is afford the 85 Skyhawks and 20 yard and flower enthusiastsand the chairman of the Senate Phantoms it reportedly wants for this reason was chosen by the Insurance Committee He was because of a million drop selection committee of theStandelected to the House In 1950 and in foreign currency reserves in ing Stone Garden Club for recog1952 and then won four consecu nitioh tive fouryear Senate terms Iris and roses are the two beginning in 1954 favorite flowers of the Wards Van Sant who runs an In who have lived at their present Surance and public relations address for four years In that business In Ailentown Is mar time they have gradually changed rled and the father of two chll the grass lawn Into a flower gardren He served in the U S jgjj Navy during World War II One sees plantings of maripechan who was 67 at the golds but theirmain purpose is time of Ws deatnhad held the to shade the new iris which have Republican whip post since 1955 recently been planted There are SenD Elmer Hawbaker to present evidence to support the Tichenors bail was raised from to last night after he was found guilty In default of the Increased bail he was committed to Huntingdon County The bail for de fendants Martin and Carper was Confdon Page 6 the last four months Israel has million frozen Confd on Page 2 Judge Directs Filling Of Sgt Raymond J Mitarnowski a native of Luzerne County is the new commander of the Hunt ingdon State Police SubStation Ht was assigned to the position by Capt0 Earl O Btrgstrom commanding officer of Troop G State Police Hollidaysburg Mttaroowski 35 succeeds Sgt Nicholas J Spallone of Hunting don who has been transferred to troop headquarters in Hollidays burg In another personnel change at the Huntingdon substation Trooper Leon J Wagnerwas transferred to Huntingdon from Hollldaysbu rg and Trooper Jos R Ruff was transferredfrom Huntingdon to troop headquarters at Hollidaysburg The new substation com mander was born and reared in Lyon Ht was graduated from Newport Township High School Luztne County in 1951 Ht Conf d on Page 10 Death Toll Climbs In Indian City AHMEDABAD India Police struggling to restore order opened fire to disperse marauders in back lanes and alleys of this city early today the sixth day of clashes between Hindus and Moslems Officially the death toll from the some of the victims were burned or hacked to death was less than 200 Hospital sources indicated as many as 1000 may have been killed and another 2000 injured One report said ment and priyate hospitals1 Monday disposed of400 bodies in four mass graves 100 bodies to a grave Indian officials said the rioting which began Friday when Moslems hurled stones at a herdof Hindu sacred cows the worst since 1947 An surrounded a group of 10 persons Tuesday and burned them to death on a roadside according to one report Another said rioters dragged three passengers from a taxi and hacked them to Conf d on Page 3 More Boat Raids Staged Judge R0 Merle Heffner handed chased from two firms in Oregon Each nSnt te Slv labeSl Vonf d on PaS now iri in HIP trarrfpn nnr Franklin County was chosen by 70 new iris in the garden GOp caucusto yan down an ordr yesterday direct Sant as caucus secretary He ing the Huntingdon County jury has been a member of the Sencommissioners to fill the jury ate since 1960 wheel for 1970 Hawbaker 52 is chairman of The commissioners are dir the Senate Agriculture Commitected to select and deposit in tee and has served on a number of 640 sob of special legislative investiga ting committees He operates a dairy farm at Mercersburg and is married and the father of two children Million Borrowing Referendum Bonus Plan Goes To Shafer f HARRISBURG UPI The Senate has sent Gov Raymond P Shafer a proposal that would place a million borrowing re on the 1970 primary ballot for expansion of the Vietnam veterans bonus program A conference report on the was given final leg islative approval in the Senate r Tuesday on a vote of 420 If the bill is signed by the gover nor the referendum would ap pear on the ballot next May 17 bond issue would provide funds to compensate Pennsyl vania servicemen for time spent in military hospitals with wounds suffered in Vietnam It would aries of Pennsylvanians who die while hospitalized would re ceive a flat payment of An identical payment schedule based on Vietnam duty is pro vided in the existing program Lively Debate At first supporters of the ex panded benefits sought to add the provisions to the existing program but they were advised Israeli Planes Hit Suez Targets Israeli planes attacked Egyp tian targets across the Suez Canal today for the 12th time in 15 days Premier Golda Meir began her mission to seek more warplanes from the United States Commenting the constant air raids a confidante of Egyptian President Gamal Ab del Nasser said they were designed to blast a hole in Egypf s radar warning network for more Israeli strikes Todays raids Israeli spokes men said lasted 20 minutes against what were described only as targets on the east bank of the canal All planes returned safely they said The divebombers went into action 70 minutes after Mrs Meir left for the United States on a 10day trip Israeli sources New French OlKer Made To Hanoi PARIS UPI President George Pompidou has renewed a standing offer to North Vietnams new ruling troika to help promote a peaceful settle ment of the Vietnam War French political sources said today Pompidou offered Frances help and possible diplomatic Intercession to speed the Paris talks in a message to acting president Ton Due Thang The message was sent after the death ofPresident Ho Mlnh the sources said Pompidou also got an authorl United Fund campaign were re tative assessment of the ported today to command re policies North Vietnams new vicepresident of The J B Kunz Headquarters listed two leaders will follow from Jean Company and chairman of the other Saigonarea fights Tues i A1 linCl Encouragiiig SAIGON US Navy peirbl boats for third successive night have caught Communist troops fording the Saigon River this time killing 14 guerrillas military spokes men said today It brought to 56 the number of Viet Cong or North Vietnamese troops slain while crossing the river 33 miles northwest of Saigon No Ameri can losses were reported in the boat raids There was no immediate indication whether the Commu nist troops had Intended to attack Saigon but a terrorist bomb exploded in the citys Central Market this morning one civilian The terror escaped Chi Encouraging resultsforthelaSunday American bor and industry division of the boat patrols killed 25 Viet Cong and Monday night another 17 Other Republican leaders Confd on Page 2 in intelligent and judicious per sons to serve as jurors in the several courts of Huntingdon County for the year 1970 S electednames are to be p laced in the wheel according to the Confd on Page 6 Democrats Cant Get Votes Tax Compromise Plan Collapses HARRBBURG UPI The House of Representatives called it a week Tuesday after a rumored fiscal compromise fell through and It was again unable to come up with a solution to the states million problem Sainteny former minister and onetime diplomat to Hanoi the sources said Sainteny represented France at Hos funeral and conducted talks with Hos successors while he was in Hanoi the sources said government was in getting Hanoi into the peace negotiations in Paris v Even as Pompidou offered French help in efforts toward peace in Vietnam Hanoi leaders appeared to be harden ing their position in thetalks which convene for the 35th time Thursday Observing what North Viet nam considers the 24th anniver sary of the start of the Vietnam War they said there would be no peace until the United states gives up the Idea of playing a role in labor and Industry division Several campaigns have been completed with excellent results and other employee efforts are beginning this week Kunz stated To date we re port In corporate gifts The French and in employee gifts to instrumental ward the labor and industry divi sion goal of This too is a major step toward the over all campaign goal of Campaigns complete with over the top results are The Confd on Page 6 16 miles west of Saigon in which UA paratroo pers killed five guerrillas without a loss the other 40 miles to the northeast where Communist attackers killed five Americans and wounded two without a loss of their own fight west of the city involved troops of the US 82nd Airborne Divisions 3rd Bri gade scheduled to be with drawn from Vietnam by Dec 15 under President Nixons plan to Confd on Page 3 warplanes and the money Confd on Page 10 THE WEATHER supplement a million bonusby legal counsel that the hos death benefit program already pitalizatioh payments could not In progress be made under the terms of the supplementary bonus original million borrowing would be computed on the ba authorization approved by the sis of for each month of voters in 1968 to a maximum In other Senate action Tues payment of The benefici Conf d on Page 3 Cloudy and not as warm today with showers likely High In the mid 60s to the lower 70s Variable cloudl ness and showers endingto night Low In the 50s Partly cloudy and cool Thursday High in the 60s Outlook for Friday fair and cooi Legislative leaders met for 30 minutes and House Democrats caucused for 90 minutes but when the actual House session was over the state closer to getting the million it needs for this fiscal year than it didlast week While optimism ran high Mon day overthe House Democratic tax providing around million would be passed this week the Democratic caucus was unable to line up the 102 votes needed to pass the measure and they were not voted All Democratic Votes House Republicans who did not vote for the tax bills when stance thus forcing Democrats to provide all the votes The Democratic tax package places most of the burden for raising new revenue on business through Increases in various business levies including cor Set Nonprofit Housing Meet At Mount 8 Facing Conspiracy Charges Second Battle Of Chicago Opening CHICAGO UPI Eight personscharged with conspiring to incite riots at the Democratic national Convention in August 1968 go on trial today in what the defendants call The Second A meeting has been scheduled porate net Income capital stock and franchise and utility gross for Tuesday September 30to possibility that a receipts It also includes makefurther plans to build non package 3cent increase in the state tax Profit on cigarettes Democratic floor leader k housing for residents of Mount Union According to Mrs Mary Wil Leroy Iryis while admittinghe service i center director the was disappointed that the House session will be held at the Neigh has been unable to act on the bbrhood Service Center at 730 proposals Indicated the tax Pm bills would probably be voted Tne Rev John J Lafferty of next weekregardless Altoona president of the board Asked what the consequences i ol Improved Dwelling of Altoona they were run for the first time would be If the bills were dewill conduct the aesslon Archl and defeated last July indicat ed they will continue their feated Irvis said Then may tects Raymond Goodman and N Confd on Page 9 Conf d on 3 Battle of Chicago I just received word from the United States Supreme Court that I have a job to do Judge Julius J Hoffmansaid Tuesday Hoffman Is the US District Court judge who will hear the trial beginning at 11 am EDT His job could last four or five months No Delay In Washington Tuesday US Supreme Court Justice Thur good Marshall refused to delay the trial Attorneys for the eight called themselves The asked for a stay of proceedings on grounds chief defense attorney Charles Garry was 111 and because they wanted a ruling bn the legality of five wiretaps the government con cedes it placed on the defendants v Marshalls ruling paved the way for selection of Jurors for the trial which has been called probably the most important political trial in the history of the United States by Jay A Miller executive director of the on 5 i
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