Huntingdon Daily News, October 20, 1969

Huntingdon Daily News

October 20, 1969

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Daily News (Newspaper) - October 20, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania CLASSIFIED ADS DIAL MISS CLASSIFIED 6434040 or 5424641 THE DAILY T rrv VOL NINE CENTS PER COff HUNTINGDON and MOUNT UNION MONDAY OCTOBER 20 1969 PHONE 6434040 NO 224 General Assembly Leaders Trying About Loss Manufacturers Are Looking c JL A jj Shirley TI mr O O 1 TO End Deadlock TWP Places tor INew hugar Substitutes Thieves were busy in Shirley HABRISBURG UPI Kepubllcan and Democrats leaders of Township south of Mount Union the General Assembly meet again today in an effort to break a deadlock over the state budget and the tax measures needed to balance it 2 O State Police investigated three crimes In that area over the The leaders were expected to weekend two burgiarles and meet before the regular House a larcenyTotal ioss amounted and Senate sessions If the Q abQUt meeting is unproductive House Loss approximately Democratic Floor Leader K 500 ln a burglary at the Blue roy Irvis says he probably will Junlata Memorlai Post No 522 call for a vote on eight tax Veterans of Foreign Wars Home 785 More Marines SAIGON A total of bills on the calendar worth along Route 522 about 25 miles 785 more US Marines began about million south of Mount Union leaving the war zone today state PoUce the crime was following reports that a Leath Tne have been unable Man Jailed After Shooting Fracas Policemen Hurt Director WILKES BARRE Pa UPI The first formal hearing Into he death of Mary Jo Kopechne ens today Dist Atty Edmund Dinis of Massachusetts is xpected to call at least five Including the scuba diver who recovered her body The 28yearold Washington C secretary died July 18 yhen the automobile of Sen M Kennedy in which she was riding plunged off a bridge Into a tidal pool at Island Mass Judge Bernard C Brominski vill preside at the hearing Dinis probable witnesses Dr Donald R Mills associate medical examiner of County Mass Police Thief Dominic J Arena of lEdgartown Mass scuba diver jjohn N Farrar who recovered Ithe body Funeral Director j Eugene H Frieh of Marthas I Vineyard and Dr Robert W JNevins Dukes County medical examiner Mills who examined the J girls body ruled that death I was due to drowning Nevlns criticized him for failing to I oraer an autopsy Parents Oppose Exhumation The girls parents Mr and I Mrs Joseph A Kopechne of Berkeley Heights NJ oppose 1 efforts to exhume her body from the cemetery In nearby 1 Tarksville Contd on Page 5 to reach a compromise between C0mmltted between amand erneck unit suffered nearly 100 the House Democrats tax packg4 Saturday It was disPer cent casualties in a age which places most of C0vered bv tne cub steward weekend Communist attack the burden for raising new revLym Nortn when he reThe departing Marine air and enue on business and Industry turned to open tne club for the helicopter units were headed and the billion state budday closing lt six hours for Okinawa under President earlier for the night Nixons plan to withdraw 35000 Such a compromise would InLoQt inciuded 99 bottles of more GIs from Vietnam by volve cutting the budget enough whlskey sloe gin valued at Dec 15 All 7S5 and their 68 so that the new revenue need 22 a 25inch RCA color aircraft will be gone by would drop from around Ty set mahogany cabinet Wednesday million to closer to mil72Q packs Qf cigarettes and coins They joined men of the 3rd lion thus eliminating the necesfrom vendlng machine Marine Division in the second sity to enact all the tax bills ln colng rrom juke box M 8 pnase pullout Military spokes remaining in the Democratic transistor radio four Springmen acknowledged Sunday that field 3006 military rifles model the division had abandoned its 1903 with leather slings each Vandergrift combat base the one box of William Penn northwesternmost US bastion in South Vietnam leaving the package House Passed Bill The House has aleady passed and sent the Senate business Contd on Page 2 A Mount Union young man is in Huntingdon County Jail today facing five charges as the result of a shooting fracas last night in which a Mount Union police officer was injured j Alvis Morton Jr 21 of 9 Valley View Trailer Park Hill Valley Mount Union R D was jailed after being taken before Justice of the Peace Gretchen Krouse last night His father Alvis Morton Sr brought the young man to the Mount Union police station at pm last police who had been searching the area for the armed man Morton is being held for ag gravated assault and battery on a Easter Seal Evalaution Slated BRUCE A HIRSCH Contd on Page 5 Ticklish Diplomatic Problems Arise 2 East Germans Hijack Airliner BERLIN UPI A ticklish diplomatic problem confronted the Western allies today whether or not to turn back two East German men who hijacked a Polish airliner to West Rerlin at area bordering Laos without Allied ground defenses Military spokesmen said the attack that took costly Marine losses killing five and wound ing five Sunday morning was the first significant Commu nist ground assault since Oct 5 The attackers lost four killed in Contd on Page 5 County Unit Sets Record Tax Reform Bill Being Revamped Federal State Fight Over Hoss PITTSBURGH UPI Stan ley B Hoss Jr is back in pris on today but authorities are not saying if they are any closport er to finding the bodies of a young mother and child he ad mitted kidnapping WASHINGTON UPI FBI agents took Hoss out of Senate Finance Committee has Western Penitentiary early Fri become a court of appeals on day to aid in the search in the The men asked for political asylum after forcing the plane with 70 other persons aboard to land at Tegel Airport in the Congratulations were extended French Quarter despite the to the Rev Edward S Gobrecht efforts of Communist VG at the recent meeting of the fighters to turn it back Huntingdon County Unit Ameri French authorities released can Cancer Society for his sue the airliner a four propeller cess in helping the county unit Ilyushin later Sunday to better its best in the 1969 complete its WarsawtoBrus Cancer Crusade sels flight with a stopover in The collections for the drive East Berlins Schoenefelt Airtotaled highest ever achieved for the county If the four allies grant the Recognition of the record contri men asylum it will be against butions was also given by the the US policy of seeking the Pennsylvania Division whichpre return of hijackers to their sented a Golden Sword award to native land to face stern Gobrecht for his part in reaching punishment something that the greatest total to date County residents of all ages who have speech and hearing problems are alerted to Evalua tion Day on Saturday October 25 at 401 Penn Street second Huntingdon headquarters of the Easter Seal Society for Crippled Children and Adults of Huntingdon County This the third Evaluation Day this year is a vital part of the functioning of the weekly Speech and Hearing Clinic sponsored by the Easter Seal Society and di rected by Mrs Joyce R Carter speech and hearing therapist Mrs Carter emphasizes that calls for definite appointments will be greatly appreciated but walkins will be accepted from 9 am to 1 pm on October 25 A number of appointments have already been scheduled Appointments can be made by Contd on Page 8 To Present Operetta police officer assault with in tent to kill pointing and dis charging a deadly weapon The Juniata College Concert Choir will launch Us 196970 program of musical attractions sault and battery and obstructing f i j n next weekend with the presenta Gilbert and H M an officer in legal process Uon of Morton waived a preliminary Sullivan opera hearing and bail was set at Contd on Page 8 Pinafore To Cut Penalties Revised Drug Laws Favored S Performances are scheduled for pm Friday Oct 24 and Saturday Oct 25 in Oiler Auditorium At the helm of the production are Bruce A Hirsch associate professor of music as director and his wife Marjorie as stage director The husbandandwlfe team have combined their talents with Juniata students and faculty in what they are confident will be an altogether seeworthy performance and a pleasant even ings voyage into the theater of Contd on Page 8 2 Countians In Tie For First Place the toueh tax reform bill which Midwest but he was returned never has been done anyway The award was presented by If they reject the men and Robert J Mills president of emerged this summer from the Saturday evening when a quar House of Representatives rel developed between federal The Senate committee is and state law enforcement offi halfway through its task of cials revamping that bill and the HOSS admitted kidnapping send them back to East the Huntingdon County Unit who Germany they will discourage congratulated Gobrecht on a fine officially any more such crusade attempts to escape to the West Mills presided at the meeting Two area residents tied for first place in the Daily News Justice Department for submis Football Contest They are Steve sion to the Senate juvenile Sergeant 713 Agnes Street Huntdelinquency subcommittee ingdon and Edward Shope Jr John E Ingersoll director of Saltillo tne Bureau of Narcotics and The winning forms showed Dangerous Drugs prepared three incorrect games out of three alternatives from which the panel might choose an WASHINGTON UPI ident Nixon has decided to seek a loosening of federal drug laws so that possession for personal n i TTI i i use of any drug including Mao s olicies Are Under Attack marijuana would be a mlsde meaner for which the firsttime offender would not necessarily be sent to jail The revised penalty provi sions were prepared by the Some Other Nations May Follow Suit American manufacturers are busy unveiling plans for new saccharin base and other sugar substitutes to replace cycla mates in foods and beverages Some other nations announced plans to ban the use of cyclamate in low ialorie items Secretary of Health Educa tion and Welfare HEW Robert Finch announced the ban on cyclamates in Washington Sa turday Since then Denmark and Sweden have placed similar bans on the sugar substitutes The restrictions in the Scandinavian countries cited the HEW action and came about through joint meetings of health authorities and manufac turers The Finnish Food Commission in Helsinki called a meeting to discuss similar action today and Great Britain has asked for more HEW data on cyclamates No Immediate Danger Finchs Saturday statement noted cyclamates may serve as a catalyst for cancer growth in test animals He stressed no immediate danger existed but ordered all food and drink containing the chemical off stores shelves by Jan 1 1970 In New York one manufactu rer of a diet beverage said his firms new diet drinks would be labeled Sugar cy clamates Donald Kendall president of Pepsico Inc said in view of unsettling news reports his company felt it could not in good conscience offer its customers any pro ducts about which even the Contd on Page 8 Russia Red China In Vital Parleys cries of pain which came from Mrs Linda Peugeot 21 of Bel This was the first hijack of its which was held in the Newton the board rooms of the nations Air Md and her daughter kind in Wayne Fire Company hall at New Md businesses banks and founda Lori Mae 2 four weeks ago to tions are now turning into sighs day in his flight following jail of partial relief and even break and alleged murder of a whispers of hope policeman The committee is softening When FBI agents took Hoss the bills from prison Friday under an down some provisions throwing order issued by Federal Judge others out Wallace S Gourley he was not Under the skillful dominance due back until tonight But a of its chairman Rep Wilbur twoman federal appeals court Mills DArk the House Ways acting on a motion by District and Means Committee pro Attorney Robert W Duggan or Contd on Page 12 Contd on Page 2 Greater Role For Cosmonauts Reds Pleased By Manned Flights MOSCOW UPI space experts said today last weeks Soyuz space mission marked the beginning of the comprehensive exploration of outer space that will give future cosmonauts great er responsibilities in flight Contd on Page 2 Contd on Page 12 twentyfive Each will receive a merchandise certificate in the amendment to the Presidents amount of which may be cnme DlH redeemed at any of the par ticipating stores Tying for second place and missing four games each were drug lnvolved a misdemeanor MOSCOW UPI The Soviets went into their border negotiations with Communist China in Peking today with an attack on what their top ideologist called Mao adventuristic chauvin istic policies For the first time in five All three alternatives in the years the two Communist proposal make possession for were meeting in high ones own use regardless of the level discussions in an attempt The statement hinted at a significant change in Russian attitude toward manned flights In the past the Soviets have insisted it was better to launch automatic space stations to do exploration rather than risk human lives The results of the group flight of the Soyuz spaceships will make it possible to simplify considerably certain spacecraft systems and place greater responsibilities upon cosmon auts said the Chief Soyuz not iden tified by a Tass statemen The flight of the seven men aboard Soyuz 6 7 and 8 marked the beginning of the compre hensive exploration of outer space said the chairman of the state commission for spacecraft launchings also not identified The official said last weeks experiments gave his experts important scientific and tech nical information and a wealth of experimental material which will be of considerable help in solving the tasks before manned flights The seven Soyuz cosmonauts remained at the Baikonur Space Center trading recollec Contd on Page four lucky players They are Candy Kurtz 210 Nineteenth Street Huntingdon Dorothy Angle Saltillo Joe Norris 404 Mifflin Street Huntingdon and Jackie Headings 1322 Wash Contd on Page 11 Contd on Page 5 THE WEATHER Scouting School Night Is Oct 23 Blair O Kagarise district chairman of the Oneida District Juniata Valley Council Boy Scouts of America announces plans to hold a school night for Scouting on October 23 Kagarise reported that Robert Brenneman district organization and extension chairman will release the names of the five Mostly sunny breezy and warm today High in mid 60s to mid 70s Increasing cloudi ness windy with showers likely tonight Low mostly in 40s Tuesday variable cloudi ness windy and colder with chance of showers High mid 40s to low 50s Wednesdays outlook variable cloudiness and cool to solve the differences that have threatened war along their 4347mile frontier A similar 1964 meeting ended in failure What the Soviet negotiator in Peking had to say about the talks and what his superiors were saying in Moscow conflict ed sharply No quick or long standing agreement was expect ed in the conference The Kremlins top trouble shooter First Deputy Foreign Minister Vasili V Kuznetsov arrived in Peking Sunday and told the Chinese We hope the talks will be fruitful and will benefit our countries and peoples Contd on Page 5 Police Piece Together Data On Zodiac Killer SAN FRANCISCO UPI Police from five San Francisco of at a later Bay area counties meet today state Attv Gen Thomas to pool Information on a killer Lvncn made a Plea for Meeting with District Chairwho calls nimself ZodlaCi has the Zodiac to Vallejo Police Capt Bird believes the killer Wade will Cancer Chairman Honored Robert J Mills right president of the Huntingdon County Unit American Cancer Society presents a Golden Sword award to the Rev Edward C Gobrecht chairman of the 19G9 Huntingdon County Cancer Crusade for his efforts in achieving the greatest amount of funds 371411947 in the history of the Huntingdon County Unit Huntingdon County was one of the counties honored by the Pennsylvania Division for bettering their best in the 19G9 Crusade school coordinators date surrender man Kagaraise on Tuesday Octbragged of five and promising to see that he gets ober 14 at the Huntingdon Armory warns tnere may De more help and that all of his rights were Robert Brenneman organiAuthorlties said psychiatrists are protected zation and extension chairman would participate in an effort to Bernard Snyderadvancement chflnd some clue to the wner in airman J Clifford Scott leaderthe strange cryptic notes he prove to be a genius who got so ship chairman DwightArmagost has malied to newspapers and far out he went over the edge neighborhood commissioner police Wade has been pursuing the Robert Geissinger pack chairSan Franciscos homicide cipherwriting slayer since a man of Pack 29 and Samuel E detail was beefed up during the teenage couple was found shot Gordon district scout executive weekend to handle more than to death in a lovers lane last Scott pointed out that when 1000 tips phoned in by the December recruiting for a new scout unit public the district should first recruit inspector William Armstrong and train a neighborhood comsaid the tips ranged from the missioner to service the unit once possibility the killer might be it begins operation identifying with a Dick Tracy Robert Brenneman reporting comic strip character named on school night for October 23 Scorpio to every other Contd on Page 11 conceivable thing you can think Stolen Car bVw lr TT JL On Sunday A stolen car was damaged early Sunday morning when It ran into a small bridge on Route 350 just north of Waterstreet The vehicle a 1965Fordsedan was the property of Ralph C Friday Tyrone R D 3 It was stolen from the parking tot at the Tyrone Westvaco plant between pm Saturday and am Sunday when the owner discovered it missing State Police said the stolen car was wrecked about 3 am It was southbound on Route 350 at the time and the driver ran off the right west side of the road and hit the concrete bridge while ascending the hill into Water street Investigators were unable to locate the driver of the car Investigation of the crash and the car theft is being continued Friday said the car was worth It was reported that a second car alao slulen Iivm ie West Contd on Page 5 INSIDE THE NEWS The next two victims were young women killed in attacks on July 4 near Vallejo and Sept 27 near Lake Berryessa in Napa County In each case the male companion of the victim was seriously wounded Contd on Page 8 Ann Landers9 Classified Ads 16 17 Comics15 Crossword17 Football Contest 8 9 Obituaries2 Society Club13 Sports4 5 Through These Doors 6 ;

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