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Daily News (Newspaper) - October 14, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania CLASSIFIED ADS DIAL MISS CLASSIFIED 6434040 or 5424641 THE DAILY NEWS VOL 48 NINE CENTS PER COPY HUNTINGDON ami MOl NT IMO ITESDAV M TUBER 14 1969 PHONE 6434040 NO 219 Nixon Wont Be Moved B Demonstrations Millions Set For Reported Viet Moratorium Millions at Americans on campuses and in cities across toe nation will take in Wednesdays moratorium on tke Vietnam War despite or because of President Nixons reiteration that he will not be moved by tt There is nothing new we can learn from the On Forgery Charge Saltillo Man Sent To Prison learn from the demonstra tions Nixon said Monday in a letter to a college student He said the governments policies reflect our own best judg ment on how to achieve peace Burgeoning plans for the nationwide moratorium indicat ed today that many Americans thought otherwise and intended to show the President their convictions matched his Mean A SaltiUo man Ronald Lee the clash of words grew Hileman was sentenced in Huntlouder as moratorium day iagdon County Court yesterday to neared especially in Congress sere from 22 to 60 months in prison as the result of having Senate Republican Leader Hugh been found guilty last May 2 Scott supporters of the by avoir dire Jury oa the charge moratorium the of forery floor of Hileman 28 an electrician Houss L also was sentenced to pay the Hays DOhio attacked con costs aad a fine of 51 for the gressmen supporting the mora use of Huntingdon County selfappointed em is Judge R Merle Heffner iinsaries of Hanoi He said he posed the sentence after noting caficel his triP to that the defendant had shown toBrussels as head of the House tal disregard for responsidelegation to a NATO confer biliiies as a citizen ence to break up an allnight Hiteman was trisd in court House session on the Vietnam during the week of April on War four charges burglary larceny demonstrations already forgery aad stolen nad ta Ames goods The charges were the about 100 clergymen Iowa result of an incident at the ofState University faculty mem ficesof EugeneBEllingerHuntters and students were reading ingdon contractor in Smithfield the names of the 3SSS7 Townsaip Americans killed in Vietnam The jury found Hileman euiliy through Oct 4 to suggesi the of forgery aad receiring stolen Price America is paying for goods but not guilty of larceny Caging a senseless war Before the case went to the jury Around the nation Judge Heffner sustained a de of recent znurrer by the defendant and diviolence by a militant faction of Contd on Page 3 Contd on Page 10 2 Viet Zones SAIGON US Command today reported light combat across South Vietnam with flareups In two longtime trouble north of Saigon and just below the Demilita rized Zone The three actions Monday killed a total of 30 Viet Cong and North Vietnamese against one American slain and four Guerrilla terrorists at the same time bombed a Mekong Delta center for Communist defectors and their families killing one person and wounding 45 many of them women and children allied military spokes men said US B52 bombers kept up their raids against Communist bivouacs along the Cambodian border in seven overnight raids but hit no other targets apparently in keeping with a White Houseordered cutback Viet Cong and North Vietna mese gunners carried out nine shelling attacks during the night spokesmen said One civilian was killed and six were wounded in a barrage into Long Dinh 36 miles south of Saigon Headquarters reported a heli copter crash from Monday Contd on Page 10 In Orbiting Soviet Cosmonauts Begin Series Of Experiments Tax Reform Xiets Committee OK Charity Deduction To Be Eliminated WASHINGTON CUP1 Senate Finance Committee has decided to eliminate from ine tax laws the unlimited charitable deduction which has had the effect cf letting a wealthy taxpayer decide whether to give his taxes to ciiarity or the government When used in company with other tax preferences the unlimited deduction could be employed actually to make it profitable to give to charity This is true when the taxpay ers charitable contributions Bayh Says Records Are Withheld WASHINGTON iJPr Tvie Justice Department has denied claims mads by Sen Birch D Bayh DInd that it is withholding records Sayh asked for in his of Supreme Court nominee Ciemc F Haynsworth Jr Bayh mai the allegations Monday saying I still d3 not have the buy and sell records They are apparently seques tered down in the Department of Justice He threatened to use the subpoena pxvers of the Judiciary Committee to obtain the records The Justice LVpartmit in a statement authorize by Attor Contd on Page 2 Are Waiting For Audience PARIS VUPI Two US Navy wives waiting for an ap pointment with Hanoi diplomats told today how their husbands wrote from North Vietnamese prisons of their hopes for the Paris peace talks The women Mrs Sue Shu man aad Mrs Martha Doss of Virginia Beach Va and the formers ratherinlaw Mrs Clark Boecksler of Greensburg Pa have been promised an audience with North Vietnam ese delegates to the peace talks to ask release of all sick and injured prisoners No time has been set for the appointment but it was ex peeled his week Being here reminds me of what Ned wrote said Mrs Shuman the wife of Cmdr Ed win Arthur Shuman HI It was in a letter that I got dated Jan IS He said Pray tha the Par is talks bear fruit so that we may be reunited in 1969 she slid llrs i direct quote I Contd on Page S Surrenders After 3Hour StandOff Father Is Jailed 3 Sons At Large A Hopewell Township father is in Huntingdon County Jail today but his three young sons are still at large as the aftermath of the beating of a Tussey Mountain High School teacher last Friday night Nations Weather Is Extreme The West was frosty and the East balmy as weather and temperature extremes conti nued today Near zero temperatures chillea the Northern and Central Rockies for the second night and freezing weather extended south to the Panhandle and east to Michigan Cleveland Columbus and Youngstown Ohio and Pit Delmer L Cooper 44 Aitch R D is in ail charged with three offenses He surrendered yesterday after holding off a large force of law enforcement of fleers with threats of gunfire Last Saturday night Cooper is alleged to have directed his 20 yearold son to prevent the ar rest of two younger brothers by threatening State Trooper Wil liam BentonandHunfingdonCoun ty Chief Probation Officer Ray mond A Holland with a loaded shotgun hammer back Coopers surrender yesterday ended a tense threehour period during which time State Police surrounded the family home on Texas Tussey Mountain and commanded Upper Cooper to give up Sgt Raymond Mitarnowski commander of the Huntingdon State Police SubStation headed UNDER FIRE for allegedly private dealings in surplus police guns turned over to the Army retired Maj Gen Carl Turner was spot lighted in continuing con gressional probing of the military Turner recently resigned as chief of US marshals North Korean Gunboat Is Destroyed SEOUL Uf A South Ko rea destroyer and dive bombers sank a heavily armed North Korean ranboai early today in a sea battle that killed all 25 crewmen on the Communist vessel It was the second North Korean snip sunk off South Korea in a month The South Korean counter espionage ccrrniand said the 75 ton North Korean the larsest ever sighted in South Korean was spotted cruisingo Koreas west coast 330 miles southwest of Seoul The South Korean destroyer C hung muHam called in air force FoA jets and attacked The CcrrTunist ship Contd on Page 3 reduce his tases by s sum larger than his contributions Acting on the Housepassed tas reform bill the Senate Contd on Page S THE WEATHER Cloudy windy and much colder today with slowly fall ing temperatures Showers this forenoon becomingscat tered by afternoon Cloudy and much colder tonight Lows in the mid to upper 30s Wednesday mostly cloudy and continued cold Highs in the 40s Outlook for Thurs day partly cloudy aad warm er Ike Stamp Dedicated In Abilene ABILENE Kan CUP Em bedded in history as a frontier cattle town and birthplace of Bwigtt D Eisenhower Abilene was in the spotlight again today as thousands witnessed the de dication of the commemorative Eisenhower stamp honoring the former President and war hero Today would have been Dees 79th birthday Many observers were stamp collectors seekingfirstday can cellations of the stamp whose extra large vertical format bears a portrait based on a newspaper photograph of Eisen hower beaming his famous smile Abilene Postmaster Henry Contd on Page 3 Action On Tax Package Is Expected HARHISBURG CUPI The House of Representatives could act today on the remaining bills in the House Democratic leaderships 11bill tax package designed to raise S5136 million the state needs in new revenue Three bills in the package worth 33037 million have cleared the chamber and await action in the Republicancon trolled Senate Of the eight bills remaining the most expensive are an in crease from 2 to 312 per cent in the tax on insurance prem iums plus inclusion of fire and casualty insurance worth S555 million a IDmill increase in the utility gross receipts tas worth 547 million and a five cent per pack hike in the cig arette tax worth about S40 mil lion But while the Democratic tax package has been considered the best way of raising the needed revenue House Demo crats are preparing as a trial balloon a proposal for a 3 per cent tas on unearned income which would raise about S75 million annually This proposal which is not expected to raise accolades from the Republican members in the House would tax in comes such as stock dividends interest on savings bonds and rents The lawmakers were off Monday in observance of Co Contd on Page 8 tsburgh Pa reported record the operation and today praised the courage of Cpl Thomas J Ruegg who entered the Cooper home and was successful to having the father surrender Not a shot was fired not a person was injured Sgt Mii arnowski said Cpl Ruegg showed lots of courage He did a beautiful job of talking bis way out of a tough situation We are pleased that there was no gunfire and no person was hurt Meanwhile 20yearold James Duane Cooper and his two broth ers both juveniles 15 and 17 Contd on Page 3 high temperatures all in the 80s Monday The early autumn blizzard that dumped snow on the Rockies and the Plains strand ing 700 travelers in Nebraska moved into Canada today but light snow flurries persisted near Lake Superior and along the CaliforniaOregon border Scattered light rain fell along a new cold front stretching from northwest Florida to New York Tropical storm Kara with winds down to 45 miles an hour Contd on Page 10 Conflicting Testimony Is Gi Space Team Reported In Top Shape MOSCOW com mander of the sevenman Soviet space team declared his men in excellent shape today and set them to tasks aimed at smoothing the way for creating mans first stairstep to the stars Never before have so many men been in space at once orbiting the earth every 89 minutes in three vehicles The news agency Tass said the flight commander Col Vladimir Shatalov put his men through brief physical exams this morning and then conduct ed a session of warmup exercises Shatalov reported that after the night rest the cosmonauts are feeling fine Tass said The cosmonauts started fulfill ing the program of the regular day of the flight Their mission is a series of experiments possibly involving spacewalking to iron out the problems facing man in esta Contd on Page 2 Stopped Off Cape Hatteras Kara Is Building To Hurricane Size MIAMI CUPI Tropical storm Kara stopped south of Cape Hatteras N C today and began to gather strength for a sweep north later in the day Forecasters said the llth storm of the season was expected to swell to near hurricane force tonight and begin to move north ven WASHINGTON UPI Sen Charles H Percy RI11 said today he would ask the Justice Department to resolve conflict ing testimony by the Chicago police superintendent and the Armys former provost mar shal A source on the Senate permanent investigation sub committee on which Percy serves said a Justice Depart ment check could lead to perjury charges against retired Maj Gen Carl C Turner who was the Nixon administrations chief of US marshals or Police Superintendent James B Conlisk Jr The subcommittee today re cessed its hearings until Oct 27 so senators could attend a NATO c onference in Brussels Belgium Sen Abraham A Contd on Page 8 INSIDE THE NEWS Ann Landers12 Classified Ads10 11 Comics 9 Counselors Comer 6 Crossword11 Obituaries 2 Society Club 7 Sports4 5 Paintings ayed Juniata centered near latitude 310 north longitude 755 about 300 miles south of Cape Hatteras and the same distance eastsoutheast of Charleston SC Top winds were 50 miles A T an hour JUniata Small craft along the North and South Carolina coasts Life along the Juniata and should remain in port and those Susquehanna Rivers during the along the outer North Carolina safe har Hurricane Lawrence County GOP Backs Broderick NFV CASTLE a TPT Lt Go Raymond J 3r wKick is the choice of the Lavrnce Counv Republican Com nine for the GO mirrrition for governor cornmitee voted its preference Mivv night at a meeting in tlw Cas le Anns Motor Hotel in down town Casiie chairman ArioiJ NUZ said Others who received sonic support one com nMev members were Robert C Bart ett state secretary John Elssuho ambassador tn Beiciurr Arn Spectfr PtiUadppha district attorn Duccan Contd on Page 8 Capes should seek bor the National Center said Weathermen said Kara was expected to begin moving north and pick up speed today turning toward the northwest tonight The forecast track carries Contd on Page 2 early part of the 19th century is the subject ol 20 paintings on exhibit in Juniata Colleges Shoemaker Galleries through November 14 Included are views of the Portage Railroad canal boats and the famois Conestoga Wagon On loan from the William Penn Memorial Museum inHarrisburg the collection was arranged by the Fine Arts Section of the State museum Executive Director is Tackle Problems Of Mobile Society Dr S K Stevens and the Chief Fine Arts Section is Mr Donald Winer Included are paintings by Llovd Contd on Page 8 Soviets Set Off Biggest Nuclear Blast The So viet Union today off what ap3arod to be the most powenul underground nuclear blast ever detonated the Stockholm Uaversity of Tech nology said FT A AIMS Bjerhammar said hi Soviet test on Nruaya Zemla Isand in the Arctic Sea appeared to b around five megatons The mos powerful underground up to now had been the explosion the United States carried out in Alaska Oct 2 The Uppsila Ssiznoiogical Inistitute said the blast mea sured 63 on the Rlchter Scale at 2 am EDr Policeman Testifies At Trial CHICAGO Chicago policeman has testified that Thomas Hayden twice appealed to crowds to save him from being arrested during the 1968 Democratic National Conven tion Once the policeman said demonstrators succeeded in preventing Haydens arrest The policeman Frank Riggio said he and his partner caught Hayden and Wolf Lowenthal letting air out of the tires of their police car Lowenthal was named as a coconspirator but not indicted When he and his partner attempted to arrest the two Riggio said they shouted to nearby demonstrators Helpl Help I Dont let them get us Dont let the police arrest us He said the protesters sur rounded them and began shouting at the policeman preventing the arrests The policeman again encoun tered Hayden and Lowenthal the following day and made the arrests at that time Riggio said The arrests sparked a protest Contd on Page 10 Temple Does It Again Supreme Court Begins Work On Imposing Stack Of Cases CRAMPFI ql but have to git used t it Apollo 12 astronauts loft to right Charles Conrad Jr Richard lordon and Alan Kian cluck out their command module for the second lunar landing scheduled for a U launching PHILADELPHIA UP Temple University the school with a g o a t e e d Homecoming Queen elected a dog Big Man on Campus here Monday over 12 other contestants The eightyearold mongrel was the entry of Alpha Chi Rno fraternity Delta Phi Epsilon sponsored the contest in con junction with 3 fundraising drive for Buttonwood Farms a school for mentally handicapped chlldrrn Students voted b dropping money in a can with the candi fComd on Page 8 WASHINGTON UPI The Supremo Court taking on a stack of cases dealing with student unrest crime welfare and the draft turned its attention today to one of the problems of a mobile society laws which sometimes restrict new residents from voting Todays arguments before the court Involved an appeal by Richard V Hall a Colorado Springs Colo lawyer and his wife The Halls were denied the right to vote in 1968 because they had not lived in the state for six months as the state law at that time required The Halls claimed the law which has since been changed to two months residency discriminat ed against new residents Chief Justice Warren E Burger who has succeeded retired Chief Justice Earl Warren presided over ar guments for the first time Monday The eightman tribun al heard pleas that Juveniles be guaranteed a jury trial that welfare recipients continue to receive aid while appealing a cutoff of their benefits and that Negroes be ordered admitted to community recrea tion facilities Welfare cases are coming to the high court In increasing numbers because of suits filed for the poor through neighbor hood legal services programs ftnld by the Office of Economic Opportunity The court accepted two appeals challenging New York states 1969 welfare cutbacks and In a Maryland case the right of states to set maximum Contd on Page 10
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