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   Daily News (Newspaper) - September 30, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                CLASSIFIED ADS DIAL MISS CLASSIFIED 6434040 or 5424641 Library Education4Building Harris burg pa 17125 VOL 48 NWE CENTS COPX HUNTINGDON and MOUNT UNION TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 30 1969 PHONE 6434040 NO 207 For Nixons Viet Policies GOP Senators Ask Small Party Holds Power In Germany After Election Being Heard Ban On Criticism TrUi of crimm1 cooes ta WASHINGTON UPl The Republican leaderships requa Smorto Presides Criminal Cases Are FDP Being Courted By Brandt New Director Football Team Given Backing Attorneys BONN Free De mocrats indicated today they will use their balance of power In the new parliament to unseat Chancellor Kurt Georg Klesin ger and replace him witt Foreign Minister Willy Brandt Wolfgang Schollwer editor of the party newsletter said voters in Sundays parliamenta ry elections gare the Free Democrats a mandate to bring about a change of power The party is firmly deter mined to fulfill the mandate of its voters he said in a special edition of the newsletter Tha statement came as the executive committee of the Free Democrats met in a parliament caucus room to decide formally an offer by Brandt to form a coalition TT i The Free Democrats woo I W W H only 30 seats in the 495seat JiCrtlA Contd on Page 12 Mount Union Board Wdlk TT A i Fro in Inside Has Busy Agenda J Trial of cases In Huntingdon County opened this morning before Judge Arnold D Smorto of Cambria County The Barnesboro jurist is pre siding at cases which cannot be heard by Judge R Merle Heff Braiithaver Appointed UPI Dls sident civil rights lawyers in the Justice Department may A full slate of directors of tbe Mount Union Area School Board decide to take their fight met last night and took action on a series of requests opened against the Nixon administra bids approved various reports and transacted other business of tions school desegregation poll the school district cies out of the public spotlight Donald Miller Huntingdon to work from the lnsde m the County Superintendent of Schools changes they are demancUng informed the board the plans for A spokesman for the dissident the Cooperative Education pro lawyersnumbering 65 of the gram were approved in Harris 7 staff civil rights attornevs in burg and soon as funds are avail the rejected the able possibly late fall the ldga of a maM reslgnatlon or program will get underway additional public statements at The Mount Union Area Jay the present tjmp cees were granted two requests Bul he iabeied as T the statements of Asst ner since he was involved in Senate Republican Leader Hugh them as private counsel prior Scott and Assistant Leader to his appointment to the bench Robert P Griffin Both men last December met President Nixon at Since there are no civil cases Camp David last weekend for trial the traverse indicating the moratorium plea were summoned to report at made at the behest of the am today for duty at crlm WWte House inal court The action of call WASHINGTON UPl The Republican leaderships request for a ban on congressional criticism of President Nixons Viet nam War policy apparently will not stop Democrats from going ahead with plans to call for an end to the war The request for a moratorium on antiwar j speeches was made Monday by JVI Division Is J Pulling Out SAIGON first of NteonTaV said to feel he will Marines being withdrawn Coalition Asks Halt In Building ing back the traverse lurors at be better able to judge the this time was with the consent attitudes of Ho Chi of attorneys involved in the successors in Hanoi if Congress various cases Potentially there are cases on the trial list for a Contd on Page 12 stalls its criticism eight To Introduce Resolutions from Vietnam under President Nixons second troop cutback Minns left the war zone today for Okinawa military spokesmen said PITTSBURGH UPI The Black Construction Coalition ing has asked for a halt on building Kopechne But 24 Senate and House members have already agreed to introduce resolutions on Oct 8 calling for an end to the war Refusing to say exactly how many Leathernecks from the 3rd Marine Division departed this morning the US Com mand Issued this statement t0 Atty Gen Jerris 1 Vt 111 Oil projects in the Pittsburgh area news conference Monday CllllUIl and a pullout of all US troops Qver t 000 The resolutions are one week in with varying tours of duty in advance of a oneday protest of vletnam are belng alrUftecl to the war being organized by to avert further protest marches and demonstrations to THE WEATHER G Edward Brantliaver of 621 Church Street Huntingdon has accepted the position of execu tive director of the Huntingdon County Child Welfare Services effective October 17 The appointment made by the Huntingdon County Commission ers was announced today Branthaver Is a graduate of Waynesboro Senior High School and of Juniata College in 1962 Mostly cloudy and not as cool with a chance of showers today and tonight Highs to day upper 60s to low 70s Low tonight upper 40s to low 50s Wednesday mostly sunny with a BA degree in sociology and little temperature change and psychology After gradua Htghs Brtjiiilhiyer to neaFTO OutilookforThitrsserved as a caseworker for the day partly cloudy and little Huntingdon County Board of As temperature change Contd on Page 8 Of States Fiscal Machinery Senate Moves To Avert Collapse nard replied to the lawyers after the dissidents made public Byrd Brown a coalition vu 7T thelr that the spokesman and president of be department is yielding to local NAACP chapter made the SaturdayOctober 1L nonleal influences Including WLKESBARRE Pa UPI plea Monday near the construe Tbe scho01 district is accept pontlcal pressure in the South County Judge Bern tion site of Three Rivers Staing applications for one male and Disturbing Explanation female cafeteria aides for Among other things Leonard the department tlons further delayed progress for three hours last month Contd on Page 8 Browns call for a building halt went to the religious ed rp T ucational hospital retail 1 lliet IS various forces Sen Prank Church DIdaho designated alotg with Sen George McGovern DSD on Page 12 Okinawa for individual assign ments with the 9th Marine Amphibious Brigade It added that the withdrawal of 4900 more Marines would Contd on Page 5 diumwhich was a month be ard c BrominsM studied a pe First Witness Gives Testimony tition today from the family of hind schedule when demonstra employment in the high school said Kopechne to deny an sumcient bodies people IQ autopsy motion It was the familys second at ernment arid industrial leader ship of this community Nabbed Ollickly He asked for a moratorium on future construction a postI ponement of projects already J Itslt Contd on Page 5 meet outbreaks of resistance to integration orders This explantempt block Massachusetts ation the spokesman for the Dist Atty Edmund s attempt to have an exhumation and autopsy performed on the woman who died in Sen Ed ward M July 18 Brominski young There was no immediaterewiis aaDCea Maryland last spdrise either from the construenlllt Just after tion Industry unions or in Dublin Township where But the citys three major universities Pitt CarnegieMellon and Duquesne Contd on Page 5 Huntingdon Getting New State Trooper Kennedys car last Trial Of Eight Gets Under Way told reporters Monday he would write ari opinion pechnes latest motion a ha violence would notify the news media24 Huntingdon is getting a new in advance of issuing it CHICAGO UPI The governments first witness In the trial of eight persons accused of Inciting riots during the Democratic National Convention has testified one demonstration leader in toavoid ehce In every Chicago corporation counsel Raymond1 E Simon said state trooper on Monday Oct After takine the Kopechne however that Rennie Divis ton Richard Gene Schenck 23 of 20 Sgt Raymond Mitarnowskl motiOfl wjer advisement Bro promised there would be 76 Hillside Drive Chambers SUbstation commander said minski Postponed a hearing on violence if demonstratorswere autopsy petition not allowed to Police Find No Trace Of Convict burg is being held by Maryland today State Police today on the car Special orders issued by Capt theft charge State Police at Earl O Bergstrom Troop G Huntingdon have filed the charges commander Hollidays and the FBI is expected to enter burg transfer State Trooper the case since Schenck drove the James L Alkins from Hollidays car across a state line burg to Huntingdon The 1967 Chevrolet Chevelle The same special orders also Super Sport owned by Mervin send State Trooper Walter K P HockenberryShadeGapRD Focht from Huntingdon to troop an amended autopsy petition not allowed to use Lincoln Cbntd or Page 12 Park the site of some of the worst convention wuek violence after the 11 p mourfew Simon daring crossexamina tion Mruday by defense attor ney William M Kunstler said the city did not seriously consldsr letting the protesters INSIDE THE NEWS HARRISBURG UPI Senate moved Monday night to avert PITTSBURGH UPIAuthor parked aiong Route 522 m headquarters at Hollidaysburg the fiscal collapse of the Commonwealth in late autumn by ities said tojiy that accusd DtubUn TownshiP when ll a resident of Brush passing legislation temporarily easing restrictions on short cop killer Staalev B Hoss Jr stolen at p m The car had Mountain Road Hollidaysburg term borrowing and a woman and child DoUevad ParkedJhere Hocken R D been at berrys son Howard who leaves for about 18 months since Damage In Smithfield Blaze The measure which was sent his hostages still were t to the House on a vote of 2716 The FBT brought Army units at that he APrU I968 would remove until next July and helicopters into the search Contd on Page 1 any interest ceiling on tax Monday but still reported no anticipation notes sold by the trace of the 26yearotd Tarev wr 0 T Commonwealth turn Pa man wanted for the Worked With Street Gangs III Chicago The state treasury has been Sept 19 shooting of a police of severely depleted for several ficer in Verona Pa Fire caused an estimated weeks because of the legislative Hoss who esca3d from the damage yesterday afternoon in impasse over a budget for the Allegheny County Workhouse the kitchen of Holiday Inn Jr current fiscal year but state Sept 11 while aAaiting sentenc Restaurant along Route 22 at budget officials have been re Jns for rapo last was reported Huntingdon buffed in their attempts to bor near Cleveland last Tuesday Smithfield Fire Chief Kenneth row through the noates because when he sent flovers to a girl Dnnlap said the fire was caused of a 5 per cent interest limita friend The FBI discounted a by an overheated oven on a large tion report ttw1 Hoss might have range in the kitchen A hole Budget officials have warned been sighted following day CHICAGO bodies of a Methodist pastor who had hands about 18 inches in diameter was that the state cannot pay its in Boston Htiglji s b e t w e e n worked closely with Puerto Rican street gangs and of his wife porch Ann Landers 3 Classified Ads 13 Comics 11 Crossword 13 Counselors Corner 12 Obituaries 2 Society Club 10 Sports 4 5 Kennedy said Most of the Mondays trial centered around Hicks New Committee Officer William H Hicks of Tyrone R D 4 was elected as a new member of Huntingdon Countys Agricultural Stabilization and use the park because It would Conservation ASC Committee at not have been safe for thnm1 He said the made honest judgments in dealing with the demonstrators We cant afford the liberalim of government permissiveness We did not wanl aiothor Robert assassination hr Young Methodist Pastor Wife Brutally Murdered action in proceedings allegations tossed back and forth botwfen defense lawyers and US District Court Judge Julius J Hoffman the annual county convention he Id on Sept 26 He and other com mittee members will be respon sible for administering farm action programs in the county for the next year The other members are Wil lard H Yohn chairman of Shade Gap and John C Behrer regu lar member of Spruce Creek Hicks was elected vicechairman Terms of office for county com mitteemen are on a threeyear basis with one new member normally being elected eachyear at a convention of newly elected community ASC cbmmltteemen burned through the hardwood employes and Its creditors for cievalaii1 aid Akron Ohio were Tuesday in their North Side apartment Police said they flooring under the range more than 6 weeks unless there still missing and believed kidhad been stabbed to death Mommy and daddy wont Hoffman who ordered four defense attorneys jailed Friday The situation varies however because they did not appear in according to the number of actual vacancies on the committee In addition first and second alter nates are elected for one year each The newly elected nates are Thomas B Eberle of court at opening the trial last Wednesday vacated the and feet sitting on the contempt citations when the lawyers appeared in court After Hoffmai lifted the The fire burned through to a Js Contd on Page 8 a fresh injection of cash napad by Hoss Sept 22 are Contd on Page 2 Contd on Page 2 The body of the Rev Bruce talk to mo he told William contempt citations Kunstler Army Secretary Frees All Eight Mailman Finds Body Williams said he looked In the door and saw Johnson Murder Charges Against Green Berets Are Dropped Johnson Jr 30 was found by a chest police said mailman In a living room chair The couple had three childfront His wife Jean 28 was found In ren Brian and Kevin 4yearold slumped In an easy chair his the couples bedroom He had twins and Perry 14 months pipe at his feet HR summoned been stabbed 18 times in the They were taken by relatives the building owner who called chest and stomach while Mrs The mailman Solomon Wilpolice Johnson was stabbed five times liams found Brian wearing A bread knife with an 8Inch in the back and 14 timns in the pajamas and with blood on his Contd on Page 12 Contd on Page Petersburg and Herman Espy of Contd on Page 12 LONG BJNH Vietnam UPIThe Army freed eight Green Berets today and sent them home to families jubilant that the military had dropped charges accusing them of murdering a Vietnamese civilian They were flying to Travis Air Force Base Calif tonight Army was dropping the char and were expected to get 30 ges days leave before reassignment it was like Christmas all outside Vietnam over again said Maj David Col Robert B Rheault 43 of crew 33 of Cedar Rapids Vineyard Haven Mass once Iowa one of the Berets commander of all Green Berets Several of the Berets and in Vietnam said for the first their lawyers said CWO Ed time he believed the man they ward M Boyle of New York had been charged with killing one of the accused was the was a North Vietnamese double Of the case The Army defense lawoffered to drop all charges yers said all along against him if he would testify Rheault Makes Remark against his companions they Rheault made the remark said and he refused shortly after Army Secretary The accused men on being Stanley R Resor announced the notified of Resors announce mfint celebrated until dawn in Barracks 4813 at the Long Binh base where they had been confined Insldes LikeJelly Capt Robert F Marasco 27 of Bloomfield NJ ltd My insides still feel like jelly The Army had accused Marasco of being the triggermin In the alleged slaying He said hpwas quitting the Army Iguess Ill goback to being an insurance agent Marasco said The others charged included Maj Thomas C Middleton Jr 29 of Jefferson SC Capt Budge E Williams 28 of Athens Ga Capt Ieland J Bromley 27 of Duncan Okla Contd on Page f Father Groppi Leads Demonstrators Protestors Storm Madison Capitol MADISON militant Roman Catholic priest and 300 welfare demonstrators promised to return to the state Capitol today and to the same room they occupied for nearly 10 hours before leaving it peacefully Monday night HARVEST MOON awaits the Apollo 12 astronauts standing in front of the 363foot Saturn 5 rocket that is scheduled to blast them from earth on Nov 14 From the left are Alan Bean lunar module pilot Richard Gordon command module pilot and vhsirles QonradApollo 12 commander feel we got our point across said the Re v James E Groppi of Milwaukee Were going to be here a5 long as the legislature is in session Groppi and his followers broke down a door and took over the assembly chambers shortly before a special session to consider restoration of welfare cuts and urban aid grants wis to convene Before the occupation was over Gov Warren P Knowlejs had called up more than 1000 Natlonil Guard troops only a few o whom arrived when thi demonstrators marched without incident from the Capitol shortly before midnight There were no arrests Groppi and the demonstra tors Joined by several hundred University of Wisconsin students and othor youths then marched to a church a sliort distance from the Capitol Groppi stood on the church steps and called for a rally and another walk to the Capitol before the legislature recon vened at 11 am called r for the special session to pass on a Contd on Page 2   

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