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Daily News (Newspaper) - September 29, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania CLASSIFIED ADS DIAL MISS CLASSIFIED 6434040 or 5424641 Library VOL 48 NINE CENTS PER COFlf HUNTINGDON and MOUNT UNION MONDAY SEPTEMBER 29 1969 PHONE 6434040 NO 206 Assembly Is Still Looking For Tax Outline For State HARRISBURG UPI The Pennsylvania General Assembly begins a new week today with the possibility It may take a major Step toward solving a million problem that has defied solution many new weeks Pennsylvania needs mil lion in new revenue to meet ex Car Demolished penses for the current fiscal year which beganlast July 1 But the Legislature especially T T House where new revenue UH1OH Man Injured Hits Pole A Mount Union young nun Harvey Bruce Reeder 21 of 318 South Shaver Street was injured and his car was demolished yes terday afternoon when it crashed into a utility pole at Center Union Reeder was treated by a Mount Union physician for a possible fractured nose The Oneida Township crash was one of several Investigated by State Police during the week end Two tipsy drivers were arrested by troopers One of those arrested for operating while under the influence nearly crashed into a State Police cruis er The Reeder accident happened at 3 pm four miles north of Huntingdon on Route 26 Reeder told State Police that he saw another car stopping in front of him He attempted to apply brakes on his car and found that he didnt have any brakes He swerved into afield to miss the other car and crashed dead center into a utility pole Contd on Page 14 measures must begin has been unable to come up with a fund plan pleasing enough to the votersneeded for passage Democrats Offer Plan House Democrats have a plan and though the bulk of that pro gram was defeated last July Democratic leaders have been working since then trying to get votes and intend to test their labors this week The Democratic plan is a pack age of billsdesigned to raise the revenue through a variety of business tax Increases coupled with a hike in the state Contd on Page 2 Egyptian Raid Opens New Phase Cairo said today its comman do raid 50 miles Into tlie Israeli held Sinai Peninsula marked the beginning ofa new phase in Its Middle East tactics Israel denied the raid occurred The raid Sunday Cairo Radio said one of the biggest operations since the 1967 war from the standpoint of volume of Israeli josses inflicted and advanced methods used This attack was an example of and prelude to other forthcoming operations Cairo Radio said Riding helicopters for the first time In such a strike the commandos knifed into the peninsula at dawn and un leashed a150rocket barrage that killed large numbers of Israelis at two camps including Israels military headquarters for the northern Sinai Cairo said Israeli warplanes were driven off trying to launch revenge raids across the Suez Canal Sunday night Cairo spokesmen said and Israeli convoys approaching the front were heavily damaged by Arab guns Egypt said the raid Sunday morning was in retaliation for the almost daily Israeli air strikes across the Suez Canal dealing Israel what Cairo Contd on Page 11 North Viet Troops Shell Remaining GIs Below DMZ Relatives Heffner Cites Reason In Decision Viet Veteran Seek Talks Judge Dismisses About POWsw Heed s Petition PARIS mese officials gave no Mount Union Man Wins Grid Quiz A Mount Union man Walter Brenneman Box 13 took all the marbles in the fourth week of the 1969 Daily News FootballContest and for his efforts will receive a merchandise certificate for good at any of the firms participating in the contest The contest this week was limited to 25 games One tie and several surprises made the going tough for many of the entrants The winning form showed four incorrect predictions Missing five games each and ty ing for second place were five area residents They are Helen A Marshall POBox241 Mount Union Tom Appleby Jr 644 S Spring Road VIneland New Jersey Ed Oser 1509 Wash Ington St Huntingdon Robert Rodgers A itch and Garry Ma son Star Route Mill Creek Each will receive a merchan dise certificate in the amount of There Is still a lot of time left In this years contest so If you havent entered yet now is a good tune to start If youve al entered but havent won yet Contd on Page 14 Share Huntingdon County municipal ities will share the countys s h a r e of the being distributed statewide1 among 2519 municipal ities for their Volunteer Fire niens Relief Associations and Paid Firemens Pension Plans Auditor General Robert P Casey announced tlte mailing of checks and also noted that ah additional is being rwithheld from 27municipalities by reason that funds must be withheld from any municipality which fails to acknowledge re ceiptof the previous years allocation The payments are being made from the two per cent tax on net direct premiums of ofstate fire insurance compan ies collected in 1968 and surplus money in the Fire Insurance Fund on June 30 1969 Amounts of the checks ranged Contd on Page 14 THE WEATHER Sunny and cool tod ayHighs In the 60s Increasing cloudi ness and not as cool tonight Lows In the 40s Tuesday clou dy windy and warmer with a chance of showers High Tuesday upper 60s to low 7Os Outlook for Wednesday clear ing and cooler Vietna indica tion today whether they would meet with the 14 13 women and a have come seeking information on relatives missing or captured in Vietnam The latest group of visitors included the wife of a Navy captain who knows her husband is alive in a North Vietnamese prison but wants a list of all American prisoners of war from the Communists She is Mrs Sybil Stockdale of San Diego Calif the only person among the 14 who received word following her husbands capture that he was safe but injured after balling out over North Vietnam Mrs Stockeale represented the League of American Prisoners in Southeast Asia She said she wants to tell the North Vietnamese that not all relatives can afford to make the trip to ask about missing GIs It is a costly trip she said and itjmposes a considerable hardship particularly on those who arent really well enough to travel Officials in the US delega tlon to the Vietnam talks gave Gontd on Wounded In Left Leg Samuel Lee Reeds attempt to win early release from Hunt ingdon County Jail failed today when Judge R Merle Heffner dismissed his petition for a writ of habeas corpus The 21yearold Lawrence County man is being held with out bail on a murder charge growing out of the January 12 armed robbery at a Waterstreet service station in which Wallace R Foster 49 Alexandria the attendant was fatally beaten Reed also is behind bars on bail on charges of rob bery burglary and larceny as a result of the same incident Judge Heffner announced his opinion and order today at the Monday session of Huntingdon County Court Reeds legal counsel Attorney William J Myers presented the a writ of habeas contending that the defendant isbeingilleg A Cambria County man seriously Injured Saturday noon when he accidentally shot himself with a highpowered mag num pistol while visiting in Jack son Township The victim Robert John Fiedor 26 Fallentimber R D 1 was taken to the Altoona Hos pital to be under the care of a bone specialist He first was petition for awrit treated at the J CBlair Memcorpus last Sept 18 orial Hospital at Huntingdon and xfayed State Police and Pennsylvania Game Commission Official con ducted an investigation of the Incident It was determined that Fiedorwas the victim of an acci dental selfinflicted bullet wound The shooting took place at the Dean R Mar tin ho me along Route 26 onehalf mile south of Wnippte Dam State Park V Contd on SGT HARRY W RINKER Huntingdon Native Dies In Accident ally confined and deprived of his A decorated Vietnam veteran liberty The petition averred Sgt E5 Harry WRlnker 25 of Cassville formerly of Hunt ingdon R D 2 was killed in a traffic accident in El Paso Texas early Saturday morning A brother Terry G Rlnker of Cassville received a telegram yesterday It said that SgtRink er was fatally Injured when the car in which he was a passen ger crashed into a guard rail on Combat Zone Abandon By Marines SAIGON Viet namese troops shelled three US camps and attacked an American tank column in the northern combat zone that Marines hayebegun abandoning In President Nixons latest pullout plan military spokes men said today Troops of the US 5th Mechanized the only Americans tobe left just below the Demilitarized Zone DMZ when the Marines weathered two of the mortar attacks and battled for three hours Sunday in breaking the Communist attack against their tank column Military spokesmen said 15 of the North Vietnamese attackers were killed in the battle four miles south of the DMZ US losses were put at three dead and seven wounded with light casualties attributed to the three overnight mortar barra Contd on Page 11 Contd on Page 11 Kidnaped INSIDE THE NEWS For Standing StoneClub Event Is Success NEW YORK avoJones 3 Accountant Transferred The transfer of Thomas L Feightner accountant at toe Huntingdon plant of OwensCorn ing Flberglas to the companys Jackson Tennessee plant was announced today by Roy J Hess plant manager Feightner will assume the po sition of accountant in the Cost Control Department of the Jack son plant In this position he wiii report to Carl Parker cost control manager The assign ment will become effective on October IS He has been associated with OwensCorning at the Hunting Contd on Page 14 An Indian SummerFlower Show Gets Warm Reception One of the best first shows Ive ever attended the ppin ion expressed by Mrs J F0 Dolheimer of Hollidaysburg one TTI A rt i of the two judges at the Standing Stone qarden Clubs flowershow tliVeilllig AClUlt An Indian Summer staged Saturday from 2 till 9 oclock at the Huntingdon Arts Center on Alley Earl Costa of Lewis town the other judge agreedand on the plant table which was sold both women expressed pleasure at 9 pjn Huntingdons new facility and Mrs Ralph Kauffmans arran Tnniollt M its many advantages for flower shows theatre art exhibits and other events Two hundred and fifty eight persons signed the guest book at the show and throughout the day one heard expressions of delight with every phase of the presen tation from the magnificient arrangement of anthurium from Hawaii which were given to Blair Hoover to the last pink geranium Adult education and the stand gement Autumn winard evening high school begins ner of the My favorite arranthis evening at pm in the gement voting throughout the Huntingdon Area Senior High show it won a blue in its School class alsu Classes scheduled for Monday Since the new SSGC is not evening are general sewing two federated no special furniture repair and re were given by the judges but Uiey finishing flower arrangements gave the nod to Mrs John Ansphysical fitness for ladles and pachs blue hydrangea entry English as the horticultural specfr On Tuesday Typing I knitting Contd on Page 7 Contd on Page 7 Progressives Ousted By CzechReds Dubcek 29 Others Victims Of Purge PRAGUE UPI The Czechoslovak Communist party purged Dubcek and 29 of his progressive colleagues Sunday The ruling central announced Dubcek and other against rightwlng opportunism ranking leaders of the inside the party said Dub 1968 reform movement that ceks successor party First brought the Sovietled invasion Secretary Gustav Husak had been ousted from Impor With a speed that reflected tant positions of leadership Husaks firm control the The changes in the party and central committee government will continue at the Dubcek from the district regional and city level party presidium and the The party forged ahead today chairmanship of parliament with lowlevel housecleaning leaving the former partyfirst Expulsions and ousters also secretary with only his seat on were expected In social organithe central committee zations and trade unions where Ousted 10 of Dubceks there has been heavy resistance supporters Including top aide to government measures Josef Smrkovsky from the cen The main front of the traT committee and accepted struggle of our party remains the resignations of 19 more the struggle against the antileaving Dubcek the only liberal Socialist forces In our society Contd on Page 11 UPI Tonde who police said was a South Carolina woman for was reunited with her mother at Kennedy International Airport early to day Mrs Helen Jones on the verge of the end of aii ordeal that began Thursday took the child from two FBI agents who accoijipanied her on the jetliner flight from Charles ton SC via Atlanta They really are New Yorks finest Mrs Jones said of police who have arrested two women on kidnaping charges In the bizarre case The childs light brown hair had been dyed black by her abductors police said FBI agents acting on a tip found the child unharmed Sunday at the home of Mrs Irby Jones no relation in Charleston Mrs Jones was described as the wife of a respected dentist Dr William Jones New York police charged Constance Dezonle 39 and Pauline Coleman 57 with kidnaping They were to be arraigned before a US com mlssioner Detectives said the South Carolina woman visited New York last week and contacted the Dezonle and Coleman women Investigators said the women pointed out Tondelayo Contd on Page 7 Paisano Boulevard El Paso He was dead on arrival at R E Thorn ason General Hospital at am Mountain Standard Contd on Page 14 Ann Landers14 Classified Ads 14 15 Comics 13 Crossword15 Football Contest Obituaries 2 Society 12 Sports 4 5 Through These Doors 6 Wells Tannery Youth Is Honored Fulton County Boy Wins State Award A Fulton County youth Dennis Mosebey 17 of Wells Tannery who last month won the Public Speaking Contest at The Pennsyl vania State University today was named state public speaking winner In the 1969 4H National Awards program He will be eligible to attend National 4H Congress in Chi cago December 14 and compete for awards at the national level Dennis also was named state nominee for anAtohaGammaRho Scholarship His records will be entered in competition with the winner selected in Chicago in December Carroll L Howes assistant State 4H leader at Pehn State who announced he award selec tion said Dennis was picked from among the 50000 4H members who annually participate in the Extension Service youth educa tion program The son of Mr and MrsGlenn Contd on Page 14 DENNIS MOSEBEY Seek More Ammo To Fire At Nominee Probers Dig Deeper Into Haynsworths Background WASHINGTON UPI Investigators both in and out of Congress today were digging deeper into the background of Circuit Court Judge Clement F Haynsworth Jr as a preliminary decision on his nomination to the Supreme Court draws nearer They were looking for more Top Winners At Flower Show Novices and experienced arrangers alike received blue citations at the SSGC flower show Saturday Mrs Kenneth Knode seated left won acclaim for her Great Spirit Interpretation and Mrs JohnAnspach seated right received rave notices for her blue hydrangea specimen Among other top winners were standingleft to right Mrs Eugene McNeal Mrs Orvllle Dore Richard Wlsotzkey and Mrs Ralph Kauffman i ammunition to fire against thehearings over the last two Greenville SC jurist before weeks was that he ruled in the Senate Judiciary Committee javor of a textile chain meets to take action on his DeeringMiiliken inc while nomination possibly later this holding a oneseventh Interest a vending doing Inside Congress Sen Birch bUSiness witn the chains Bayh pored over plants Another allegation was Haynsworths stock market that Haynsworth bought stock dealings Bayh was checking in a company the Brunswick every stock or bond HaynsCorp while that firm had a worth bought or sold from the case pending In his court time he went on the federal Promises To Check bench In 1957 until he was Haynsworth told the commit nominated for theSupreme tee he had always disqualified Court last month hlmself in cases where his One of the chief allegations former law firm represented against the Judge In committeeutigants He promised In the future to check his stocks and bonds against those companies appearing before him to make sure a situation similar to the Brunswick affair would not occur again UPI learned others outside Congress were Investigating to see if there ever was any connection between Haynsworth and Robert G Bobby Baker the former secretary to Senate Democrats who became em broiled In a Capitol scandal that cost him his job and resulted in a conviction on Income tax irregularities The only remote at between the two so far on the public record is that theycame from neighboring South Carolina communities Contd on Page 2
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