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   Daily News (Newspaper) - October 1, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                General State Library luc a ti o n B u i 1 d i n Pa ourns For Week For Scholarships Tax Bill Voting Is Delayed Again UPI The General the week on a note of optimism Tuesday of a package of bills designed to provide millio which has seemed to grow more Imminent each week become a reality nest week While the House of Represen next week whether lt rlses or tatlves did not act on any fiscal matters during its session Tues day Democratic floor Leader I anticipate today that most K Leroy Irvis said a Demo of the tax bills will pass Ir cratsponsored package of tax vis said following the session bills will definitely be voted I hope to be able to come back next week and tell you they will all pass New Urgency Sense Irvis said there seemed to be a new sense of urgency among House leaders of his caucus that the bills be passed soonadding that he and other Democrats had waited long enough for ac tion The Democratic tax package which places about 74 per cent of the burden for raising new revenue on business and 26 per cent on the consumer has been awaiting a second chance at passage since the bulk of it was defeated last July Three of the tax billsin creases in the gross receipts corporate net Income and state cigarette taxes were referred to the House Ways and Means Committee Tuesday where Ir vis said all three or a combina tion of the three would be in creased so the total tax pack age would cover the mil lion needed As the bills were they would have raised only about million Irvis said the three bills would probably be reported out of the committee Monday and the entire package voted Tues day or Wednesday Court Bill The House majority leader Contd on Page 10 3 Basic Options Open To Colleges HARRISBURG UPI Today was the day the Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency was supposed to mail out checks totaling some million to cover state scholarship awards to more than 82000 youngsters for the current school year year But It didnt happen Theres The scholarship awards were no money to cover the checks announced in August solely on The PKEAA has been re the strength of a resolution duced to bureaucratic adopted by the legislature de ism by the protracted impasse Glaring its intention to approp In tha General Assembly over riate the money to pay for them a budget for the current fiscal time The payments are to be made by the PHEAA to the Indivdual schools which In turn apply the amount of each award to the accounts of the participating students Three Basic Options Since there is no money going out since its unlike ly that there will be for quite some time there are three basic options open to the col leges universities trade schools community colleges and other institutions can tighten their fis cal belts and ride out the storm can borrow money against the anticipated pay ments can demand that the students pay them Most larger colleges and uni versities are making or already have made arrangements with banks for loans to get them through the legislative inaction But others partlcuarly small out of state schools have given strong indications they will be forced to dun the Pennsylvania scholarship students Subject To Appropriation Kenneth A Keener PHEAA executive director said the no tlces announcing the awards in formed the schools that the pay ments were subject to approp riation of the necesssary funds by the General Assembly Sizeable numbers of the schools said they would not honor our award announce Contd on Page 6 To Push Mount Union Program Housing Board Be Selected Verdict In T TV 1 Jury Irial Deliberated A Huntingdon County criminal County Jury today deliberated on THE DAILY ws VOL 48 WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 1 1969 NO 208 If jou really want to own a home then YOU must do something about it This challenge was given to the residents of the borough of Mount Union by the Rev John Laflerty of Attoona a verdict in the case of Common wealth vs John F Frew 54 of LJ eillOCl Fremo Street Pittsburgh vho is charged with driving whlVe jnder the Influence of intoxicat ing liquor Testimony in the case was completed yesterday afternoon Laflerty president of the board of Improved Dwelling of BOOK Altoona chaired the no n before court adjourned for the v T AV TT prom held last day at pm night In the Mount Union Neigh borhood Service Center Series To Be Reinstated For many persons the re appearance of the Friends of the Library book review series Is aa important addition to the life of the Huntingdon communityWith the dedication of the new county library coming up the weekly book review series Is being rein stated as part oi the library ser vices and activity Under the guidance of Mrs BOSTON UPI The Repub lican hold on Massachusetts 6th Congressional ger Similar To Nixon Proposal For US Private Firm Takes Over Mail Service For Britain Ag Executive Judge Arnold D Smorto of Cambria County Is speclallypre the term In posing this Query Lafferty siding at the trial since Judge was broken noted that more persons should RMerle Heffner was Involved Tuesjay by a Democrat who be in attendance to state their in it as private counsel before wants speeAy withdrawal from he was appointed to the bench Vietnam and an end to the Judge Smorto directed the Jury anUballistic missile ABM to return at 10 am today to hear addresses by Attorney WUMicnael j Harrington a 32 liam JMyers Frews legal counyearoW state jegislator upset or renting an apartment in a town sel District Attorney Newton state Sen L Salton house unit should contact Mary C Taylor and the charge by the stall ln a special election and court prior to starting to de liberate LONDON UPI today turned over Its 312yearold postal system to a prof itmaking corporation something Pre sident Nixon lias proposed for the UJ3 mail Post housing needs A need must be established as to whether it is necessary to erect ten twenty or fifty units Those interested in purchasing a home Wilson at 5429468 so that an estimate can be reached as to the number of homes needed Father Lafierty stated that eight persons wellknown tor became the congressman In The Frew case is the only one l57year Unofficial returns first Democratic Lord George Henry Hall chairman of the new corpora ment Post Office Department tion took full page advertise will continue as a monopoly It ments in newspapers to caution will be a public corporation the public not to expect with responsibllty for showing a miracles immediately The cor profit and return on capital is now Britains investment the districts biggest business forjrial this week but summary appeals willbe heard tomorrow June Reese a seven review their will be Smorto J J i i Lj series is planned for this fall Monday October 13 continuing each Monday through November 24 As before the series will in a coifee klatcb or tea time and a halfhour review during the Monday noon to one slot giving area businessmen and others an opportunity to be present at these reviews Opening October 13 with a review by Dr John C Horn of j2p Sing Unto the Lord a new book by his brother Henry E Horn the series will feature Contd on Page 10 sonally contacted is to s erring on a board This group willbe in There were eight cases oh the triallist from the 186 precincts of the district between Bostonand the New Hampshire border gave Har rington 72030 votes to 65453for The government no longer Changes will not happen will be responsible for details of overnight Lord Hall said But its operations though a minis transferred from the govern months in the House Office Committee With 400000 employes the new post office corporation instantly became Britains big gest business It is the nations largest civilian employer with 2 per cent of the total working population of the country Headaches Transferred The daytoday headache of labor problems government sources said will now be he expressed enthusiasm Excitement lies ahead said Lord Hall There is room for everyone worth his salt concern for customers will be still answer to on broad questions ter will parliament of policy Unlike a ministry of the crown which cannot be sued c iif concern lor customers win ue iiuwii vriuui uc oucu corporated a nonprofit Smortobut there was one plea saltonstall 42yearold son of oui first priority as we melt the new post office corporation Contd on Page 20 Contd on Page 20 Sen Leverett the challenge of with will be open to legal process for 4900 Leathernecks In New Pullout More Marines Are Heading For Home former US Saltonstall Some 60 per cent of the districts registered voters turned out an unusually high figure Harrington will succeed Re publican Rep H Bates who died in June The new congressman supports the f t r I J program outlined by Gen HaltMile Walk On iUooii Is Contemplated Charles withdraw speed and efficiency Few Noticeable Changes For the time being the only noticeable changes will be that the former govern loss or damage Nixon has asked the US Congress to turn the US postal system over to a public corporation but the proposal has been bogged down for ment to the new corporation Forinstance itwill have to negotiate with six different labor unions each with five figure memberships Parliament approved the change because U said there was a growing feeling the post office needed a new look The new British Postal Corporation began life better off than it could have in many Contd on Page 10 Goodell RNY to US forces from Vietnam by the end of 1970 Names Needed To Fill County Jury Wheel SAIGON UPI The withdrawal of 4900 more Marines from Tne vlctory Vietnam began today to be completed next Monday when all will Democrats an 84 bulge in the have departed for the United States statesh congressional delegation was the fourth for a Democrat Some of the Leathernecks all combat troops boarded planes aad other took to ships In the northern war zone for the trip home as part of President Nixoas cutback of 35000 more The Huntingdon County jury troops by Dec 15 commisskiners GDewey Black of Broad Top City and A Fred Creswell of Todd will start fill ing the jury wheel for 1970 on Monday November 10 Persons interested in serving as jurors are asked to send their They followed 1000 mon of the 3rd Marine Division who left Tuesday for first combat troops to have departed under the second pfiase of the US pullout All 18000 Marines in the names to the jury commission division are scheduled for ers care of Huntingdon County withdrawal under the plan One Commissioners Courthouse regiment of the division the Huntingdon assoon as possible 9th left in the initial cutback In and prior to November 10 Those July Contd on Page 6 Contd on Page 10 At County Fairgrounds Coalition Talks Are Continuing BONN Minis ter Willy Brandt and the small Free Democratic Party in agreement in domestic policy turned to International affairs today in negotiation on form ing a coalition to oust Chancellor Kurt Georg Kiesin ger Free Democratic Chairman Walter Scheel announced the most far reaching agreement on domestic affairs after a this year In five special congressional races In capturing the seat Har rington became the first Democrat to serve since the district lines were drawn in 1812 by Gov Elbridge Gerry Contd on Page 10 Apollo 12 Crew Aiming To Reach Surveyor 3 Robot CAPE KENNEDY UPI The Apollo 12 astronauts expect to walk up to a halfmile from their spaceship on the moon if necessary next month to retrieve four parts of the Surveyor 3 lunar robot that landed there in 1967 Bean are sche Jury Is Locked Up Forage Hay Show Classes Outlined Entries for the South Central Pennsylvania Forage Day and Hay Show will close at 10 am on Thursday as the show starts at the Huntingdon County Fairgrounds hay show area Thirteen classes of field cured hay are planned for Judge W H Hosterman to assess No entry fees are required of farmers who wish to have tUelr hay samples placed in competi CHICAGO UPI The jury hearing the trial of eight persons accused of Inciting during the 1968 Democra threehour meetmg with Brandt tic Rational Convention has Tuesday night The accord came less than 48 hours after the results from Sundays parliamentary elec tions showed Kiesinger could be ousted if Brandts Social Democrat Party SDP and ths Mission commander Charles Pete Conrad Jr rehearsed of the excursion with Alan L Bean Tuesday and after wards said the chances were 5050 they would land within walking distance of ths Survey or Well either land alongside o it or its going to be so far away its not worth mssing with Conrad predicted Conrad Bean and Richard F Gordon all Navy commanders are scheduled to begin the nations second moon landing expedition with a blastoff on a Saturn 5 rocket at am EST Nov 14 Takes Major Step Their moonship and its booster took a major step half Conrad and duled to land on the moons relatively smooth Ocean of Storms at am EST Nov 19 while Gordon orbits the moon The two landing pilots will spend almost a day and a half on the surface and stage two moon walks each lasting hours Conrad said he expects mission planners will permit him and Bean to venture one mile from their lunar PETER H B NORTON Peyelppineiit Agent Fakes State Post Peter HB Norton begins new duties todiy as Pennsylvanias executive assistant to the Secretary of Agriculture Leland H Bull Nortons appointment to the state post charges him with establishing statewide programs in community development for the Department of Agriculture A resident of Huntingdon RD3 Norton is on leave of absence from his position as Area Re source Development Agent with the Agricultural Extension Ser vice Pennsylvania State Univ ersity The new executive assistant first joined the extension service on February 1 1955 as an assis tant county agent He was elevated to the post ofassociate county Contd on Page 11 toward that launch date day by passing a flight readiness test last overall check o the space mpchines flight systems module to search for surveyor and explore surface Contd on Page 6 the the been ordered locked up for the remainder of the trial because Family Business In Third Generation two jurors received threatening notes US General rules include that stip ulation that hay shown must haw been grown by the exhibitor with in Pennsylvania in 1969 Ex hibitors may enter as many classes as they wish but may submit only one entry per class All entires will be judged on UK basis of visual characteristics Hay samples should be long hay only no chopped forage with bale sections between 8 and 10 Inches thick or an equivalent amount if cat from hay in a mow The top three samples in each class will be chemically analyzed and stored for exhibit in the 1970 Farm Show hay show Exhibits at this show will be judged on both visual characteristics and chemical analysis At the South Central forage and hay show judging is expected to begin at 11 am Ribbons will be awarded to the first five places in each class and special awards will be pre sented the grand champion and reserve champion winners of the show Hay show classes for the South Central show tomorrow are as On international affairs the party bosses have much in common They agree oa speedy signing of the nuclear wsapois nonproliferation pact a norma lization of relations with East Germany support for Britains membership in the Contd on Page 10 District Court Jujge Julius J Hoffman was to rule today whether the two jurors both women should be dis missed because of the threats Hoffman ordered the Jury of 10 women and two men sequestered Tuesday after he was told two of the Jurys 10 women had that read JB Kunz Company Begins 75th Year Of Manufacture The knowledge the vision and the push has brought the J B received letters Kunz Company of Huntingdon through three generations of family We are watching operated business and a history of growth and change in the man THE WEATHER Mostly sunny and mild to day Highs in the low to upper 70s Increasing cloudi ness and warmer tonight Lows upper 40s to mid 50s Thursday cloudy warm with rain likely Highs in the mid 70s Outlook for Friday cloudy rain likely vith little temperature change you The Black Panthers However when defense attor ney William A Kunstler told Judge Hoffman the defendants thought the threatening notes were a government trick Hoffman challenged them to prove that right now When Kunstler replied We obviously cant prove It Hoffman said Then dont say It sir Weve never had In my memory In this district such an irresponsible state ment Hoffman scheduled a hearing Contd on Vags 10 ufacture of bank pass books to its 75th year today One of the boroughs oldest 288 threeandahalf ny fiveandahalf inches tor the Farmers National Bank at Bea ver Falls Pa Costing the bank Contd on Page 2 manufacturing concerns the company was begun on October 1 1894 by John Benjamin Kinz In Since its founding the firm has gone through three changes of location and threa generations of a small building on the south side leadership by the Kunz family of Washington Street on land which now supports the Millers building His first employes were his sisters Miss Eva Kunz and Miss Roberta Kunz and Mary Brew ster daughter of Captain John Brewster at first his partner Later a niece Miss Blanche Hamer joined the firm as one of Its early employes today it is a large beautl modem plant with 25000 square feet of floor space all on a single level located at 1600 Perm Street Huntingdon TWO GROSS FIRST The three orders ever filled by Brewster and Kunz are recorded in J B Kunzs own hand The first dated October 15 1894 was for two gross INSIDE THE NEWS Along The Juniata 3 Ann Landers11 Classified Ads 18 19 Comics 17 Crossword 19 Obituaries 2 Society Club16 Sports 4 5 Minimum Voting Age Bill Delayed HARRISBURG lative leaders have decided to put off any further consideration of lowering Pennsylvanias mini mum voting age until next year Sen Jack E McGregor R Allegheny chairman of the Sen ate constitutional changes com mittee said Tuesday the pro posal was not a pressing one because it could not be submit ted to voters for final ratifica tion until the spring of 1971 at the earliest The measures that would low er the voting age are proposed constitutional amendments that would have to be passed by the 196970 General Assembly the 197071 General Assembly and by the electorate in areferendum The House and Senate have passed their own versions of the proposals but neither cham ber has moved on the others The Housemeasure would drop the minimum from 21 to 19 the Senate plan would reduce the age to 18 McGregor whose committee holds the Houseapproved bill predicted positive action on the drop in the voting age early Contd on Page 20   

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