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   Daily News (Newspaper) - October 15, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                CLASSIFIED ADS DIAL MISS CLASSIFIED 6434040 or 5424641 43 NINE CENTS PER COPY State Library T i u 11 u THE DAILY NEWS HUNTINGDON and MOUNT UNION WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 15 1969 PHONE 6434040 NO 220 Massive Viet Moratorium Demonstrations etting Under Way Across United States lompromise On Budget Cuts Sought Tax Package Softening Proposed Frost Cold Grips Much Of Nation Snow frost or freezing temperatures gripped much of the nation early today as a massive polar high pressure area continued its Influence on weather patterns Travelers warnings were in Breakfast Planned For October 23 Rockwell To At Prayer Event HARRISBURG UPI Re 1 publican and Democratic lead of the General Assembly were to meet today in an at tempt to get negotiations on the Istates fiscal problems and tax effect for tne North and Central I measures to solve those probs t e r r a Nevada Mountains lems off the ground again after where heavy snow was expect thelr collapse last week ed Some passus were reported House Democratic floor leader closed and others hazardous K Leroy Irvis said following because of lce snow and winds breakfast Others on the pro Tuesdays House session that Jate Tuesday gram recently announced Include talks will be aimed at a mches Of snow had fallen Ruth compromise involving cuts in Helena Mont and Evan the billion state budget and gtollj Wyoi md one lnch at the House Democrats Cralgj Colo early today tax package which places most Scattered snow flurries and of the burden for raising about coM raln showers were logged million the state still needs from tne sierra Nevadas to the At Tussey s Taken To Further Evaluation Steps furthering the pre Dr Donald M Rockwell dean of academic affairs at Juniata paratton of the Tussey Mountain College will deliver the main message at the second annual Schools for an evaluation were Prayer Breakfast sponsored by the Huntingdon Business and taken at the regular meeting of Professional Womens Club with the assistance of the Klwanls the school directors beginning Club to be held October 23 at am at the Elks home at 8 oclock last evening at Tus sey Mountain High School Orpha R Hearn will serve as master of ceremonies at the to balance that budget on busi ness and industry The House has passed and sent to the Senate business tax increases worth million Remaining on the House calen dar are tax bills worth about million including hikes in the utility gross receipts insur ance premiums and cigarette taxes Indicates Compromise Irvis indicated that a compro mise would eliminate the need to enact some of the remaining tax bills But compromises have not Contd on Page 5 Contd on Page 8 INSIDE THE NEWS Along the Juniata 3 Ann Landers10 Classified Ads 18 19 Comics17 Crossword19 Obituaries2 Pennsylvania Story 6 Society Club 16 D Long who will deliver greetings Marshall J Showal ter prayer preceding the break fast Patience H Aronson Old Testament lesson Nelson L Pal mer New Testament lessonjBeth E Coughenour vocal solo Or vllle E Snare remarks and De lilah P Walker closing prayer The program wllllastone hour Tickets are available at the Pern Central National Bank Union National Bank and Trust Company and from club members Res ervations must be made by Oct ober 18 Rockwell who received his for mal education and training at the University of Vermont Yale Uni versity and the California In of Technology has held Is Varied The planting of a peace tree seminars on college cam puses lectures by famous au thors rallies in city centers candlelight marches a protest rally at the U S Army War College all were part of the response In Pennsylvania to the Moratorium called today to op pose the war in Vietnam Also in the states response to the Moratorium were requests by veterans organizations that citizens display the flag to show their support for President Nix ons policies a request by Sen Hugh Scott that administration Millions Showing Displeasure With War Involvement The Vietnam moratorium expected to be the greatest demon stration for peace in the history of the United States began today by Young Americans for Free In addition a number of sal ary actions were discussed and a supporters drive with their car proposal was presented for the ents on anl opposition voiced I board of educations consid eration concerning establishment of a Bedford County Earned In Joining forces in todays mo come Tax Bureau ratorium activites were college Present at the session were school directors Ed Mohr Al j berta Lane Ruth E ichelberger Robert Williams Paul McCabe Keith Griffiths and John Folk president who conducted the I session The board gave approval to I assigning additional duties to a Tussey teacher to aid with ad ministrative matters in order that High School PrlncipalWilson Gates could apply himself to the I preparation of the preliminary George E Sadosuk process secondary school data for evaland quality control manager at DR DONALD M ROCKWELL the Huntingdon plant of Owens Also approved by the directors Corning Fiberglas Corporation students clerics business exec utives high school students and Contd on Page 8 Sadosuk Is From Congress to campus millions of Americans demon strated their displeasure with their nations participation in the Vietnam war which claimed nearly 40000 American lives but recently was in a groundaction lull The demonstration begun as a campus project spread to cities and towns noapolitical and nonstudent organizations churches and the US Con gress US House members support ing the antiwar protest tried to hold an allnight session Tues day night but adjourned after four hours of debate on the war After hearing various proposals for leaving South Vietnam a quorum was called The House adjourned Sends Letter Although President Nixon twice said he would in no way be affected by the demonstra tion Vice President Spiro T Agnew Tuesday called OB leaders of the moratorium to repudiate Hanois support North Vietnamese Premier Pham Van Dong addressed a letter to American friends saying may your fall offen sive succeed splendidly Agnew said the letter was a shocking intrusion into the affairs of the American people by an enemy power The moratoriums Sam Brown and David quickly replied saying It is regrettable that the administra tion would seize this straw in an attempt to discredit the patriotism of those millions of Contd on Page 12 many positions in his professional field chemistry He has been Contd on Page 8 Pay Boosts OKd For 54 Million Senate Votes To Extend War On Poverty 2 Years WASHINGTON UPI The Senate voted Tuesday to extend the war on poverty for two more years The House voted to give the governments 54 million civilian employes and military personnel Library Board semiautomatic yearly pay raises The Senate voted 72 to 3 to continue the war on poverty The bill now goes to the authorizing billion this House where a similar pending and Labor mea in the Commit fiscal year and billion the sure is next with a contingency Education It also passed an amendment tee giving the governors a veto Cannot Accept over the controversial program The House voted 310 to 52 to but softened it by giving the create a government commis authority to override sion that would revise pay a governors veto scales yearly with congresslon The Senate bill also provided al consent starting Jan 1 for a contingent million in Earlier GOP Leader Gerald R the second year The Nixon Ford of Michigan read a letter administration had not requestfrom President Nixon saying ed the extra money and it was he could not accept the bill the administration because it would force reduc would spend it even if tion in the number of federal appropriated Contd on Page 12 Pretty Nursery School Assistant Is Kidnaped Calif nursery school assistant was kidnaped at knifepoint Tuesday by a man believed to be a fugitive wanted by the FBI Police think the girl is being held hostage today to ensure the escape of her abductor Kirsten Kitty Anderson a miniskirted teachers aide at the Peter Pan Nursery School at Arroyo Grande 15 miles south of here was abducted by a man and forced into a stolen car shortly before noon Authorities said the descrip tion of the man given by two other women at the school matched in almost exact detail that of Robert A Harvey charged with a previous kidnap ing and serious wounding of a youth in Albuquerque NM An allpoints nationwide bulle tin was Issued by the FBI for Harvey who walked out of a ail in Santa Maria Calif District Director At Meeting Miss Barbara Hoenstine acting director of the Altoona District Library was the guest of the board of directors Huntingdon County Library at its regular monthly meeting held at the li brary yesterday Miss Hoen stine recently appointed to the directorship position came to meet the board and to tour the new library facility The major business of the meeting concerned reports of the treasurer and standing com mittees personnelfinancebuil ding program and building finan cial campaign Harold B Brumbaugh per sonnel chairman reported that Robert Gray a sophomore psy Saturday night Authorities said they were cleaning out the cells and had herded all the prisoners into one room when Harvey lust sort of walked away The man who abducted the blueeyed blonde high school student was hiding in the nursery when Mrs Beth Peters At Park Rejected the operator and owner opened at 11 am He tied Mrs teters then Miss Anderson and a cook and put them in a bathroom He then forced the girl to accompany him and fled in Mrs Peters green station wagon The two women found two hours later gave police the mans description and authoii ties said he closely Harvey 31 who was listed as armed and dangerous Harvey was arrested last week by the FBI In Los Contd on Page 8 Bomb Plots Fizzle Out SAIGON terror ist bombing plots went awry today in Saigon where South Vietnamese troops had orders to put down any antiwar demonstrations coinciding with the moratorium in the United States US communiques listed no American casualties in fighting from Tuesday but said eight overnight shelling attacks caused light losses at towns and Allied military camps There were no immediate Contd on Page 5 was the hiring of a resource has accepted a position in the specialist from 3hippensburg companys Research and De State College for the evaluvelopment Center at Granvllle ation at a cost of ISO per visit Ohio Announcement of his new including milage costs Money assignment was made today by After Overnight Suez Flareups Israeli Planes In Raids Over Egypt Contd on Page 11 Baritone Shakes La Scala Israeli warplanes followed up overnight battling across the Suez Canal with raids today against Egyptian positions on the west bank Huntingdon plant Of the waterway military spokesmen in Tel Aviv said THE WEATHER MILAN Italy carloads of police screeched to a stop at the worlds most famous opera house called in by a Brazilian baritone who says the way La Scala is run is On a million scandal The baritone Giuseppe zee chillo handed out leaflets also demanding the resignation of opera director Antonio Ghiring helli Milan Mayor Aldo Anlasi was aghast thai police sur rounded La Scala Roy J Hess manager In his new position Sadosuk will be associated with the tire reinforcement program re porting to William Edmunds The assignment will be come effective November 1 Sadosuk joined OwensCorning in July 1965 as a process tech nician in the Process and Quality Contd on Page 8 FBI Silent Of Boss Killings Sunny and cool today Highs in the low to mid 50s Clear and cold again tonight with a chance of frost in mountain valleys Lows lower to upper 30s Thursday sunny and warmer Highs in the upper 50s to lower 60s Outlook for Friday mostly cloudy and tur ning colder with a chance of showers PITTSBURGH UPI Pub lished reports said Stanley B Hoss Jr admitted killing Mrs Linda Mae Peugeot and her a temple of daughter Lori Mse but the FBI culture and respectability for Ailesjliauy County detectives 200 years Onehundred police refUSed to confirm the reports blocked all entrances barred The stories in Pittsburgh employes from leaving or newspapers said Hoss had ad telephoning and seized all mitted killing the mother and financial records for the past 20 daughter and leaving their bod years les jn dumps in Ohio and Kan Zecchillo had filed a corn plaint with Assistant District Attorney Pasquale Carcasio Contd on Page 8 The flareup along the canal coincided with new fighting with Arab guerrillas that killed three Israelis and wounded two along the IsraeliLebanese fron new hotspot in the Middle East conflict Continuing the almost daily air attacks that began last month the Israeli dive bombers struck at 7 am in the central sector of the canal hitting what were described only as Egyp tian military targets All the raiders returned safely the said having retaliated for the cross canal artillery duels during the night that wounded one Israeli soldier Reports of the fighting on the Lebanese frontier followed Contd on Page 11 Sen Byrd To Vote For Haynsworth WASHINGTON UPI Sen Harry F Byrd Jr DVa said today he will vote to confirm Judge Clement K Haynsworth Jr and that the South Carolina jurist would give the Supreme Court better balance Byrd said the Supreme Court in recent years has gone too far to the left Judge Hayns worths record gives evidence that he holds a judicial philosophy which will help Contd on Page 5 WSWWM 5 sas But Ian D MacLennan special Contd on Page 8 v Mission Is Going Successfully nomic Opportunity Program to Contd on Page 5 Marina Center Bids Soyuz Experiments Clouded As Usual By Soviet Secrecy HARRISBURG UPI The Gprwral Staie Authority Tues day rejected all bids for con struction of a marina center at Prince Gallitzin Stace Park ia Cambria County because t h o y wor 1072 per cent over the construction allocation Totaling thp bids came from Cmstensen Inc Johnstown general construction Kupptz Brothers Barnesboro heating and ventilation W lu Plumbing Co Inc Windber plumbing Contd on Page 8 MOSCOW UPI Russias seven orbiting cosmonauts began their day today with breakfast morning exercises and a medical checkup the Tass news agency said All were described as fine and the mission was said to be continuing successfully There was speculation that the spacemen today would autonomous operations In the guide their Soyuz spaceships to process of creating longterm a formation needed for the orbital laboratories Tass said construction of longterm space The third craft Soyuz 6 is laboratories Space sources said not equipped or docking and two of them performed docking serves as a flying machine msmuvers Tuesday shop in platform building It was not clear whether thpy activities actually accomplished a linkup scientists have long claimr1 An official announcement said Soy UK 7 and Soyuz 8 carried oa maneuvers to approach one another and a number of other scientific experiments Data collected by this research nt necessary to solve several problems for Improving ilie siicli spaoe platforms could be used for future trips to the moon and othpr planets A group flight of the ships Soyuz 6 Soyuz 7 and Soyuz 8 continues successfully1 said a morning dispatch from Thp group of cosmon auts began their new working at am Moscow time Tlu cosmonauts feel fine After morning exercises and a medical checkup the mem bors of the crews took up their places in the compart ments and went down to implementing the program of the flight Th nws agency said the days schedule called for numerous technical e x p e r iments including observations of the earths surface in mountainous areas of cloud formations over the Pacific and Atlantic oceans and of the reflecting factor of tracts of forests and desert regions Ac he cosmonauts prepared Contd on Page 8 October Draft Quota Huntingdon County Draft Board No 75 sent four men for induction into the armed forces early today They travelled by bus to New Cumberland Amy Depot Those filling the October draft call are pictured seated left to right Samuel E Wissinger III Huntingdon and James W Conrad Warriors Mark Back row left to right Robert M Smith Three Springs and Donald Maxson Huntingdon VFW Commander Charles Lind say spoke briefly to the men before their departure   

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