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   Daily News (Newspaper) - October 21, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                THE DAILY NEWS VOL 48 HUNTINGDON and MOUNT UNION PA TUESDAY OCTOBER 21 1969 NO 225 ew FourPoint Tax Plan Being Studied IWill Open Bids In November School Plans Are pproved By Board At Mount Union And Top Solons In Huddle Nearly completed plans for the new middle School for the Hunt ingdon Area School system were presented to the board of directors last evening at the regular monthly session and were given approval jack Risheberger architect from State College presented the plans to the board They are about 99 percent completed and the final plans will be ready on October 28 Present plans call for adver tising for the bids late In this month with the bid opening slated for late November President Richard J Endres presided at the meeting with the following directors in attendance T J Orner William Lang Alton Smith Porter Brown Allen Association Plans Three Photo By Ktm Ford Turn Back The Calender To Summer There Is a feel of fall In the air today but we turn our thoughts may appear to be an attempt to turn back the clock actually to warmer days of the late summer with this photo taken at we are showing the capabilities of the Goss Community Press picturesque Camp Barree In Huntingdon County While It to produce full color photographs through the offset method CoChairmen For Campaign Appointed Color Television New Era Takes Shape g i In Germany Easter Seal Drive Wyj Ministe BONN UH A new era I took shape In West Germany today with Willy Brandt taking over the helm of the govern Huntingdon coupl Mr Mrs j Snyd 403 tlTZ WiU uu uco Seal Drive Feb 23 March 29 nation s Communist neighbors to the East Snyder and his wife Marilynn The new Bundestag lower are wel1 known in the borough house was meeting this wnere ne is the owner of Logans morning to make It official with Huntingdons oldest furniture Brandts election as chancellor store a certainty DrDonald M Fauth announced I am going to be appointment of the campaign not of a defeated Germany but cochairmen last evening at the of a liberated Germany the regular meeting of the executive 56yearold former mayor of committee of the Huntingdon West Berlin told friends recentCountv Easter Seal Society for ly Crippled Children and Adults The remark underscored the MTSWilbur Williams pre difference between outgoing sident of the society had charge Chancellor Kurt George Kleslnof the business meeting held at ger a Nazi party member who agencys headquarters 401 held a Foreign Ministry Job Penn Street Fifteen executive during World War n and committee members were in Brandt who lived In exile attendance during the war and worked In Snyder spoke briefly and noted antifascist movements that he his wife plan a Brandt promised In speeches simple and direct appeal for Contd on Page 4 INSIDE THE NEWS From Moon CAPE KENNEDY UPI Black streaks on launch site television screens may spoil the Apollo 12 astronauts plans to televise their walks on the moon In color next month Charles Pete Conrad and Alan L Bean had planned to use a new color camera to show their two 3 hour surface excursions and the camera was installed In their landing craft Intrepid But mission director Chester M Lee reported Monday that the black streaks developed during final tests of the camera at the launch pad These he said ruined the picture Contd on Page 6 Headquarters for the member Ishlp campaign of the Huntingdon Concert Association starting October 26 will be In Steels I Pharmacy On the Diamond in Huntingdon Telephones will be installed and the numbers an nounced shortly The headquar ters will be staffed by volunteers as has been the custom for many years Three concerts of outstanding merit are being offered for this the thirtieth year of the Association The first on Nov ember 22nd will be the Don Shirley Trio which in the 1968 1969 season was so much of a hit that arrangements have been completed for the return engage ment It will be the first time in the history of the Association that an attraction has been of fered in two successive seasons Contd on Page 3 Hoover Dr Kenneth Rockwell and J H Hohman Also on hand were John E Binney superintendent Carl Bruno assistant to the super intendent Attorney Warren R REV HARRY RICHWINE Speaker For Dinner Named HARRISBURG UPt Gov Raymond P Shafer was sched uled to confer with legislative leaders today on a fourpoint plan that could provide the first significant step toward ending the Ion fiscal deadlock The House and Senate leaders advanced the proposal at a meeting with the governor late Monday and legislative sources said Shafer had agreed to con sider it The sources said the lawmak ers have indicated a willingness to accept a new tax program in the area of million if the governor agrees to the four points Here are the points in the plan the estimated yields of various existing state taxes by million the states harness racing program to increase the tax yield on the operations by million about million in Fighting tin Vietnam REV WILBER BARBER Huntingdon Ann Landers12 Classified 11 Comics 9 Crossword11 Counselors Corner 8 Obituaries 2 Society Club 7 funds Both the Snyder sareenthu slastlc about the work of the Easter Seal Society and are aware that service to the handi capped is the main objective of the organization Last year campaign was a record break ker for the society and the Sny tiers will seek to better the 1969 1 showing rias Reports were presented by committee chairmen last ing and Mrs Williams announced C V that the annual Christmas party for crippled children will be held at the Huntingdon Elks Home Contd on Page 3J First UM Church Homecoming Planned At Orbisonia The First United Methodist Church at Orbisonia has planned special services for its Home coming on Sunday October 26 The activities will climax a series of wellplanned services begin ning at each evening October 22 through 25 Special music and guest speaker including a number of former pastors will highlight the evening services On Homecoming Sunday there will be followed by a morning worship at An informal afternoon ser vice providing an opportunity to renew friendships will begin at 2 pm A fellowship covered dish supper will be held In the social room of the church at pm and the final service vail begin at Sunday evening Serving as host pastor will be the Rev Levl L Hess pastor of the church since 1967 SUNDAY SERVICE The Sunday 2 oclock service is structured around a message by the the Rev David Cheslock pastor of the United Methodist Church atMcConnellsburg Ches lock Is a son of Mr and Mrs Charles Cheslock members of the Orbisonia Church con gregation For this service Mrs Ann Hlles organist will open with the prelude and the congregation will join in the hymn Faith of Our Fathers An Invocation by the Rev Mr Hess will be followed Contd on Page 7 The Calvary Independent Bap tist Church of Huntingdon has called Wilber C Barber of Owe go NY to be the first full time pastor of the congregation The new Huntingdon minister was born in Northwestern Penn sylvania near Bradford He is a Veteran of three years of service in the armed forces having been with the 164th Infantry Regiment of the American Division during World War II for 27 months In the South Pacific Mr Barber has been in the min istry for 15 years with pastorates in Pennsylvania New Jersey and New York He received a di ploma in Christian theology and history from the Philadelphia College of the Bible and took studies in liberal arts at Hough ton College for one semester He also received the teacher training diploma and bachelor of religious education degree from the Baptist Bible Seminary Clarks Summit Pastor and Mrs Barber have two daughters Nancy in college at Clarks Summit and Betsy who is a dental assistant in Wycoff NJ The Barbers are Contd on PIRO 3 Quarterly Argument Court Held Judge R Merle Heffner may break some new ground in Pen nsylvania law as the result of a case presented yesterday at the opening of the regular quar terly session of Huntingdon County Argument Court The Huntingdon jurist took the case under advisement after hearing the arguments of District Attorney Newton C Taylor and Attorney William J Myers In the case of Commonwealth vs Howard Whltsel the petitioner sought to appeal his conviction before Justice of the Peace Coy Hicks of Shirley Township Whlt sel was arrested for hunting with out a license on Dec 7 The charges were filed Dec 9 and a hearing was held Jan 4 at which Hicks found the defendant guilty Meanwhile a Pennsylvania statute became effective on Jan uary 11969 making such appeals mandatory Attorney Myers for the petl Contd on Page 10 Police Plan To Alert Children To Molesters Younger children of Hunting don Borough will receive the benefit of a program to be in stituted by the Huntingdon Bo rough Police Department during the coming weeks Police Chief Donald Wingate announced today He explained the program as one designed to educate children between the ages of five to ten years concerning the dangers of The Rev Harry T Richwine Yocum solicitor Norman J wil1 De tne 6uest speaker at the Smith high school principal Jay 52nd annual Huntingdon County emergency appropriation bills Carver middle school principal Extension Dinner on November Contd on Page 6 Contd on Page 3 Counselors Hear Talk By Judge We jvith the judicial setup must do evervthing in our power to bring all ideas into one focus for the benefit of the young sters in this county Judge R Merle Heffner told the members of the Huntingdon County School Counselors Association and its dinner guests last night at the Huntingdon Motor Inn He spoke to the members of the counselors association and to the representatives of a large number of referral agencies throughout the county who work closely with the young people of the area We are all interested In having a better group of boys years concerning tne dangers 01 wjo JIT being too trustful where strang and Sirls to our county Judge W CdnCSdaV IS Heffner stated and we In the J I Trick Or Treat ers are concerned The program will be im plemented by lectures and each child will receive a 27page book let which tells a story to illus trate how easily a young and trusting child can be deceived by a pleasant appearance and a friendly tone The book Betsy and Bill and the Nice Bad Man is a nation ally distributed teacher done in primary reader format for ease in reading by the children It Contd on Page 4 courts and the probation ser vices pledge our support to any effort which will pull all of these groups together to help these In young people He called for a working re lationship between the courts and the agencies represented on a two way street basis and pointed out the need for a closer cooperative effort between the agencies and the courts and the need to combine their ex Contd on Page 6 5 at the Mount Union High Sch ool Reverend Richwine is a nat ive of Harrisburg and a gradu ate of Gettysburg Seminary From 1942 to 1955 he was pas tor of the First Lutheran Chur ch at Annville in Lebanon County While there he was aj member of the school board of directors and the first presi By WALTER WHITEHEAD dent of the AnnvlleCleona Sch SAIGON The latest ool System US battle communiques today He was one of the founders listed nine Americans killed of the Annville Branch of the and 23 of the American Red Cross highest singleday losses report He was transferred to the Saled since the lull In fighting em Lutheran Church in Lebanon began Sept 17 in 1955 and has been there ever For the second successive since Some of his activities day Allied headquarters said since he has joined the Salem fighting Increased across the Lutheran Church have been war zone with 10 clashes president Lutheran Service Socinvolving Americans Military iety member of board of dirspokesmen considered the lull ectors of the Lutheran Social still In effect Services East Region member A total of 57 Viet Cong and mayors executive committee of North Vietnamese were killed Lebanon and chairman of the in the clashes including a 30 minute fight 85 miles north of Saigon near Song biggest flareup of the day Monday In that battle troops of the US Air Cavalry Division lost five killed and 13 wounded while reporting 14 guerrillas Contd on Page 4 Contd on Page 7 Mayor M H DeForrest has designated Wednesday October 29 as trick or treat night in Huntingdon Borough The Huntingdon CB React Team has volunteered Its ser vices as a protective measure for insuring the safety of child Contd on Page 4 THE WEATHER Partly cloudy windy and cooler today High In 50s to near 60 Increasing cloudi ness tonight with chance of showers late tonight and turn ing colder Low upper 30s to mid 40s Wednesday variable cloudiness windy and much colder with chance of show ers High upper 30s to 40s Thursdays outlook partly cloudy and continued cold Pathologists Give Backing To Dinis Case WILKESBARRE Pa UPI pathologists testified late Monday that an autopsy could do much to substantiate or negate a medical finding thai Mary Jo Kopechne died of drowning The testimony appeared to strengthen the case of Massa chusetts authorities petitioning an autopsy on the body of the 28yearold Washington secreta ry who died July 18 in the waters off Ckhappaquiddick Is land Mass in an automobile driven by Sen Edward M Kennedy Testimony was scheduled to resume at today Earlier Monday Dr Donald R Mills associate medical examiner of Dukes County Mass told the court that Miss Kopechnes death was a clear Contd on Page 4 Confer Before Dinner Meeting Judge R Merle Heffner of Huntingdon County chats with Darrel D Satterfleld president of the Huntingdon County School Counselors Association and John Wyland HCSCA secretary and program chairman before last nights dinner meeting of the association Trick Treat Night Set In Shirleysburg Thursday October 30 has been set aside as trick or treat night in Shirleysburg The Shirleysburg Borough Council has designated the hours of pm to 9 pm for young sters in the borough to parti cipate In Halloween activities Youngsters are warned that no vandalism will be tolerated   

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