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   Daily News (Newspaper) - October 7, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                CLASSIFIED ADS DIAL MISS CLASSIFIED 6434040 or 5424641 THE DAILY NEWS TOL 48 CENTS PER SOPT HUNTINGDON and MOUNT UNION TUESDAY OCTOBER 7 1969 PHONE 6434040 Assembly Is Preparing To Vote On Tax Bills In Monday Court Bridge Ceremony Beging At 4 judge Hears R Leaders Will Flea Gives J Sentences Be At Dedication Defeat May Require Budget Cuts HARRISBURG UP The General Assembly makes It first attempt in two months today to SPACESHOT OF THE CENTURY could occur between 1976 and 1980 when the space window will be open on a onceinalifetin e opportunity Every 175 years four planets are so aligned that a spacecraft could reach them in a single sweep Depicted in this artists concept from the Westinghouse Astronuclear Laboratory is a potential mission for a ainevear unmanned grand tour in which a nuclearboosted craft would swing past Jupiter Saturn Uranus and Neptune using each planets gravitational pull to thrust it onward in pretty much of a free ride after reaching Jupiter Probes ejected by the spacecraft would orbit each planet sending valuable information to earth Huntingdon March Has 13 Companies rarns About LS Haste Huntingdon County Judge R and dlgnltarles highway officials engineers governOnd a chmk ln the wal1 wnlch Merle Heffner convened court ment representatives and key business and civic personnel are blocked enactment of a tax at am yesterday to hear expectcd to present for the dedication of the Smlthfield Bridge program to raise the mil at 4 oclock additional to finance state The dedication ceremonies will for the current fis be held on the tevel land at the cal year borough end of the bridge Thp House of Representatives pamde To Scrap Contract for Wednesday SAIGON top US lilitary man said today the nited States wUl have to keep in Vietnam for some Four units a number of Huntingdon Fire Company me to come US infantrydignitaries and equipment from 13 county fire companies will len killed 19 Communist troops tate Part m boroughs 1969 fund drive parade InHuntingdon tomorrow evening HARRISBURG UPI Gov Raymond P Shafer Is expected to indefinitely postpone today construction of a controversial million statewide air pollu tion monitoring system In the yesterday a plea pronounce sentence and rule on 14 cases presented for nolle prosse by District Attorney Newton C Taylor The action followed a session of motions and petitions by members of the Huntingdon County Bar Associa tion William Ross Hicks 38 of Petersburg pleaded guilty to a charge of driving while under suspension first offense Hicks was the cause of a minor acci dent involving his 19 60 Ford sedan and a 1961 Ford station wagon driven by William Walter C louse of Huntingdon on August 30 The accident occurred as Hicks Contd on Page 5 cf Churches To Sponsor Day In response to an appraisal of the need and interest the Huntingdon Area Council of Highlighting the guests will be s slf to vote on mil state Secretary of Highways Rob on int increasesmost of ertGBartlett main speaker tor them to fal1 on the busmess the afflar Remarks and Intro community One of the business ductions will be handled by Rep tt3tes 3mi11 resentative Orville E Snareand rtock the invocation wiU be given by wlth M VleW of the Rev WiUiam B Payne pas tor of the United Presbyterian Church Huntingdon Serving as master of ceremonies will be H B and I Leroy President Donald G Everhart ty said the House and resides in a Senate committee House Democratic Leader K Mondays sponsor a who wlU attend along wltn some House that although the Contd on Page 7 Mount Union ri i a light day of fighting Ger Earle G Wheeler hairiuan of the US Joint of Staff said he shared resident Nguyen Van Thieus ope most UJS troops could be ithdrawn by the end of next ear But he warned against aste Wheeler left for the Philip jies following a threeday ssessment of the war and the regress in turning fighting ft ver to the South Vietnamese We would like to reduce the umber of our forces here as apidly as we can with rudence and safety while laintalning our capability to ain our objectives in Southeast sia Wheeler said We would have to continue support our South Vietna lese allies for some time to ome he saidB I would not I Contd on Page 7 ay ge MADRID 11 stronauts Neil Armstrong ichael Collins and Edwin Idrin today honor another storymaking explorer in a 11 day of goodwill activity In e Spanish capital They will place a wreath at e monument to Christopher olumbus who brought Spains ag to America Just before e midday ceremony they will de with their wives in open irs through the streets of jwntown Madrid The astronauts arrived in adrid Monday night aboard a residential jet from the Contd on Page 7 At Art Academy Today A tenweeks term in painting and drawing conducted by the Shirleysburg Art Academy begins this evening at The Rock Old Fort Shirley of the academy The classes are being con ducted each Tuesday night from October 7 through December 9 or for the course will be Richard L Cummins graduate of the Pennsylvania State University Cummins is art teacher In the Southern Huntingdon County High School The classes are a continuation of one of the projects begun by Williard Myers and the course is being dedicated to his mem ory The brochure setting forth the facts of the course bears a dedication to this man DEDICATION Contd on Page 5 Busy Meeting The parade will form at face of opposition from state i Eighteenth and Moore Streets Auditor General Robert P CasVOUnCll beginning at 7 oclock It will ey move out promptly at led risey a Democrat has re by the KationalGuard color guard fused to sign the contract with unit cross 18th Street to WashLeeds Northrup Inc Mon ington and parade down Washingtgomery County During the regular monthly ton Street to Third Shafer said Casey must ap session held last evening Mount Richard D Dixie Myers Is prove the agreement by mid pnion Borough CouncUmen re serving as parade chairman night Monday or funds for the enttcted the ten dollar Occupa Followlng the color guard in project would automatically tional Privilege Tax tor 1970 the line of march will be the lapse cars of the dignitaries fund drive As the deadline approached officers company and departMonday Casey reaffirmed his ment presidents department opposition chiefs and the trolley intend to stick to my guns ing members of both fire comand refuse to be threatened or pany auxiliaries pressured by the governor or The Huntingdon Area High anyone else he said I will School Band will lead a division do my duty as I see It and he including equipment from the has no right to impose any Alexandria Volunteer Fire Comdeadlines on me If he goes retary Melvln Dlven Attorney pany the Petersburg Volunteer through with his expressed in Morris Terrlzzi solicitor Fire Company the McConnellstent to lapse these funds it will Mayor Charles KlinglerandChlef town firemen theWarriors Mark mean hes throwing in the tow Contd on Page 5 el Contd on Page 5 certified child day care center 16 members of the Huntingdon at theSt James LutoeranChurcfi Business and Industry board of 525 Mifflin Street Huntingdon directors the Committee of in the immediate future Thirty The day care center would Representing the designers operate each weekday Monday the bridge Myers Macamber through Friday from 7 am to and Faber Inc will be Warren pm to care for child Myers and Fred Faber Jr and ren whose parentswork schedule Dale W Miller head of the D makes it difficult to arrange W MillerConstructlonCompany for daytime care of their young will attend for the builders sters In addition to Secretary Bart Parents would be responsible left the highways offices will for providing transportation tor be represented by District Enof relatives demanding informa their children to and from the glneer Thomas Colantino and tion from the Communists center each day Once at the members of his staff Joseph about US servicemen missing center the children would be Bond Jr Cyril Logue and Vinor imprisoned in Vietnam under the direction of a profes cent Noble who served as headed home today wondering sional supervisor professional Inspector on the bridge prolect if Hanoi and the Viet Cong have ofViet Cong Policies May Differ PARIS delegation Contd on Page 8 and bandied complaints and other borough business Vice presidfit Dominic Sala conducted the meeting held in the council chambers Other councilman on hand were Charles m n i Crxmse Joseph Bodnar More To Tell About MlSSing GIs land Bollinger Dr nobertFlem ing and Allen Welch Also Contd on Page 12 THE WEATHER Mostly cloudy and mild with chance of showers today High mid 60s to mid 70s Cloudy and mild with showers likely tonight Low in 50s to near 60 Wednesday mostly cloudy and a little cooler with chance of showers High near 70 Thursday variable cloudiness and cool Million Is Authorized ore Money Given r Kennedy Center WASHINGTON UPI Congress has authorized another lillion to complete construction of the John F Kennedy Center r the Performing Arts But the House refused to hurry the minting a silverless dollar bearing the image of Dwight D Eisenhower The Senate passed 623 and to the White House Monday ers birthday Oct 14to create bill that also authorizes the a nonsilver Ike dollar ennedy Center trustees to Rep Wright Patman DTex rrow another million from chairman of the House Banking e Treasury to finance parking Committee said he would bring cilities up the bill later under normal The total cost of the center rules when only a majority will w is estimated at be necessary illion The original authoriza Youll be doing Eisenhowers on totalled million memory no favor to mint a Disaster Funds Are Restored WASHINGTON UPI The Nixon administration restored federal fund eligibility to two segregated Mississippi school districts several weeks after Vice President Spiro T Agnew angrily charged they should not be denied hurricane disaster aid The two are Bay St Louis Municipal Separate School Dis tricts and Stone County schools A spokesman for the Depart ment of Health Education and Welfare HEW Office for Civil Rights said Bay St Louis and Stone County both are begin ning steps to desegregate and intend to complete desegrega tion by next fall Mississippi has informed the US Office of Education 25 school districts will file applica tions for disaster aid They have 90 days from Aug 28 to submit their requests Few have done so to date To Submit Application All the districts are being asked to submit applications whether they are in compliance Contd on Page 8 INSIDE THE NEWS Ann Landers 6 Classified Ads12 13 Counselors Corner 14 Comics11 Crossword13 Editorials 6 Obituaries 2 Society Club10 Sports Car Care Supplement of Police Berlin Whitsel The council scheduled Friday October 31 from 6 pm to pm as Trick or Treat night in the borough Fred Everetts was elected to the position of school crossing patrolman effective immediately The vacancy was created due to the death of Fred Parsons Appointed to fill the unexpired term of the late Carlton Oswalt on the Mount Union Municipal Authority was Walter Heaster The term expires December 31 1969 Councilmen authorized the s ending of application to the Penn sylvania Department of Com Contd on Page 7 Fear Hanoi Will Not Keep Promise PARIS UP Allied negotiators at the Vietnam talks are not convinced North Vietnam will keep its promise to directly inform relatives of the fate of US servicemen missing in action a South Vietnamese diplomat said today different prisonerofwar poli cies The group representing the National League of Families of American Prisoners In South east Asia was to arrive in New York at 10 am EDT Members of the North Vietnamese delegation to the Vietnam talks met with the group nearly three hours Saturday They promised all Contd on Page 12 Pilot Vf py In Service Club Scandal Retired General Called By Senate WASHINGTON UPI Senate investigators summoned Maj Gen Carl C Turner to answer charges today he hushed up a service club scandal and used his office for personal gain when he was the Armys provost marshal general Turner was fired one month ago by the Nixon administra Turners attorney has indicat The diplomat who JSsked not to be identified said the issue of disclosing such information would not be dropped at the conference table even If Hanoi honors pledges to inform wives and relatives of Americans believed to be North Vietna mese capltives Officials of the North Vietna mese delegation to the confer ence have made the promise to three groups of American wives and other relatives The Hanoi delegation has consistently refused to give such prisoner information to the US government despite Contd on Page 7 In Gun Bill WASHINGTON UPI The sponsor of a bill exempting most ammunition sales from the provisions of last years Gun Control Act has bowed to the opposition of Sen Edward M Kennedy and agreed to alter his proposal substantially As rewritten the legislation offered by Sea Wallace F Bennett RUtah and co sponsored by 46 senatorsMilitary Leaders Make Selection HOMESTEAD AFB Fla A pilot and technicians from Cuba may return a Soviet built MIG17 to the Communist island today if weather clears over Cuba The sweptwing jet fighter was flown to Homestead Air Force Base Sunday by a defecting Cuban pilot who evaded both his own air force and the US defense network until 13 minutes before landing The MIG17 has been rolled onto the taxiway the sprawling Tactical Air Com Contd on Page 8 almost half the will retain the laws requirement that a seller of ammunition record the name age and address of the buyer of 22 Contd on Page 8 ubllc donations covered part dollar out of perhaps scrap the cost metal said Rep H R Gross The House voted 205 to 148a RIowa leader of the fight for vote was necessary a silver coin hurry passage by Elsenhow Contd on Page 5 Huntingdon County Library Dedication Week Wednesday Oct 8 Luncheon 12 Noon ELKS HOME Huntingdon tion as chief of US marshals ed his client will freely respond a job he took after retiring as to subcommittee questions and the Armys top police officer In not take the Fifth Amendment November although his testimony could be He has been accused of used against him In any later covering up an alleged concriminal proceeding spiracy of career Army ser Phillip R Manuel staff geants who drained US service investigator for the subcommit clubs around the world by tee testified Monday Turner skimming slot machines had been unable to account for stealing liquor by the case and 500 firearms he had obtained paying themselves extra salafree from the Kansas City Mo ries while on leave or and Chicago Police depart hospitalized ments The Senate permanent invesThe confiscated tigations subcommittee entered shapes and varieties of rifles its second week of open and hand normally would hearings on the service clubs have been destroyed but police scandal Turner convinced them he The subcommittee said it had wanted to use the weapons for evidence Turner used his Army training and for display position to obtain without cost in US Military Police confiscated firearms from city museums police officials and sold them Instead Manuel testified for personal gain Contd on Page 7 Putting the World in Focus New President Is Named For Brazil RIO DE JANEIRO UPI Brazils militarybacked government may call congress closed 11 months back Into session to ratify the selection of Gen Emilio Carrastazu Medici as the nations new president political observers said today A group of seven military leaders chose Medici Monday meeting in the Naval Ministry night to succeed President in Rlo Arthur da Costa e Silva who costa e Silva approved the suffered a cerebral hemorrhage e Silva militarys choice of Medici as Aug 29 Ms successor members of the Air force Minister Marcio de Incumbent Presidents family Mello e Souza said it has not said They are friends and been decided when Medici political observers said Medici would take office but It could was likely to carry on Costa e not be before Nov 15 Brazilian Silvas policies National Day NATIONAL NEWSPAPER WEEK OCT 511 1969 Medici will be the third Medici 63 commands 46000 military president of Brazil men of Brazils 3rd army in the Latin Americas largest and southern states of Parana most populous nation since the Santa Catarina and Rlo Grande revolution of April 1964 that do Sul The military chiefs overthrew the last civilian called Medici to Rio de Janeiro president Jao Jango Goulart fron his headquarters in Port A threemembermilitary Alegre and he flew to the Cont d on Page 5   

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