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   Daily News (Newspaper) - October 24, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                THE DAILY NEWS HUNTINGDON and MOt M IMON FRIDAY 24 1969 rab Armor Units Massing long Border Of Lebanon Pressures Increasing Beirut Radio reported Arab guerrillas or Syrian army troops massed on the Lebanese border today with tanks and armored cars Lebanon put its major cities under strict curfew in an attempt to head off more internal uprisings in support of the guerrilla movement The Arab world was intensi fying its political and military pressure on Lebanon in the attempt to establish guerrilla bases there for strikes into something the Beirut government has resisted in trying to remain neutral in the M broadcasts in Cairo said guerrillas in TV Documentary Crew At Work Heres how a television documentary crew at work looks to a newspaper photographer at work As Old Easty approaches the crossing at the I D Showalter farm along route 522 one cameraman holds a light meter the other takes the pictures and the producer checks the southern Angles Old Easty pours out smoke chugging through the cornfields Lebanon were now in their Contd on Page 15 Present Fiberglas Gift To United Fund INSIDE THE NEWS Old Easty Shines But Sun Is Problem For Video Crew A gift of 510000 the OwensCorninc Flberclas Corpora tion and the employes a the Huntingdon plant rive the Hunt ingdon County United Fund s substantial boost this week John B Kunz right chairman of the gifts labor and industry receives the check from Merle in plant chairman and Roy Hess plant manager Looking on left to right are Joseph Cells John Heaster Gerry Bates and Ken Coen Celebrated Spy Case Is Closed LONDON VCne c 5ri s most celebrated sry leases of the decade to an lend today with thr release of jPeter and Helen Krccer former New Yorkers Soviet agents The XrocrTS freed as part of an exchange deal with I the Soviet Union that cave British lecturer Gerald Erocke I his freedom las July 24 He had been imprisoned for four I years for antiSoviet activities The Xrocers flying to Military Adviser In Saiiron Vietnam Ceasefire Proposal Is Near Identity Of Caller Is Doubted Ann Landers Building Page12 Classified 19 Comics1 Courthouse Roundup 12 Crossword19 Farm Page11 Obituaries On Stage Live10 School Page13 Society Club 16 Sports 4 i a Television Programs Absentee Ballots Are mingBack PARIS TPI1 The tv SAN FRANCISCO AtKrney Melvin Belli said Thursday the troubled man who Allied oeace talks delegations sent claimed to be the mass slayer thcr too rrilitarv advisers to Sailor today amid speculation the Allies are corsuierinc a ceasefire proposal in the war Fiberglas k Union Reach Agreement Warsaw Poland aboard a Sritish European Airways jet A nev three year contract scheduled to depart a agreement between he Ovens am EDT Corning Fiberglas Corporation Police sources said security Huntingdon plant and the Textile precautions at the airprrc were Corkers Union of America increased folio a ttreprrn AFLCIO Local No 1034 was An spokesman said ol Ncuyen Huu Loi and Li Krederick C Vpyiand ere mikin the trip as part of routine series of consulta The trip coincided with consistent reports that the United States and the South Vietnamese were a cenera ceasefire proposal under wniih both sides would acive to stop shootirs As advisers to the known as Zodiac made repeated attempts to set up a secret riietini vith him after their dramatic conversation on a televised talk show Ke called my home twice and told my housekeeper he to meet me there Wednesday night Belli said Later he called my answering service and said he knows where we can meet if its pre arranged But lie hasnt called back Theres no question its the same man While it may have been the threac against thr cour sentenced in 1951 to 2C years prison for selling Sri Polaris submarine secrets Thurscav October of the local mem THE WEATHER Sunny and cool High in the 40s Increasing ness and cool tonight Low 20s to low 30s Cloudy warmer with a chance of showers Saturday High upper to mid Os Sundays out look rather cloudy a cool with scattered showtrs ratified 23 by v bership A joint announcement from company and union officials stated that the new contract will be in effect through October 25 1 9 72 r a brief state nent issued tcday Plant Manager Roy J Hess expressed his pleasure that ratification of the new contract had beer reached feel that the new agreement is a one sue win te fair to all employes he state i Fiberclas is Huntingdons big gest industrial employer with about TOO on the payroll it the present time prepare could be assigned to a repnrt on the Ttc I Page I1 8125 In Prizes For Mummers In Huntingdon Paintings Of Two Gifted komen Will Be Displayed same man vho pleaded for help Allied peace talk Hams Lni and ncj cried out ve to during the bizarre series of conversations on the television show Wednesday morning a survivor of Zodiacs four attacks expressed doubt that he is the killer Bryant Harwell 20 a Pacific University student whose coed companion was one of Zodiacs five victims said their attack ers voice was much older and deeper thrai that of the A total of S125 will be given television caller who spoke in awav to the best mummers par vntc Pace LM ticipating in the Huntingdon Hal low een Parade it was announced today by Charles nrove chair Isolated Surprise will be for groups pairs and individuals and will include eight categories Grove said that the mummers will enter the line of march at the Fiberglas Corporation park ing lot and should report to the formation point by 7 pjn The parade will start promptly One hundred seventyfive ab sentee ballot applications for the November 4 election have already been received approved and mailed the Hunt Ingdon Coun ty Commissionerswere informed yesterday Lewis F Greene chief clerk also reported that approximately twothirds of the absentee ballots have already been returned to election officials Next Tuesday October 2S at p in is the deadline for the receipt of applications fur CUP atsentee ballots and Friday Oct 31 at pm is the last day to accept the absentee ballots The commissioners have been pushing plans for the Nov 4 balloting Judges of election have been directed to report to the courthouse on Saturday Nov 1 between the hours of am and 4 pm to pick up their of ficial ballots supplies and ab sentee ballots Electionofficials Second Food Additive Is In Trouble NEW YORK over cyclamates here comes HOOC CHUNKS CH2CH2C03 Na Thats the formula for monosodium glutamate MSG a food additive prevalent in baby food and Chinese food One researcher reported Thurs day it causes brain lesions in test animals Sometimes called sodium glutamate MSG is a white or are paid for this service in con nearly white powder which is nection with the forthcoming el very soluble in water and Cwltd on Page 14 possesses a meatlike taste It is widely used to enhance natural food flavor and impart meat flavor to foods Just five days after the sugar substitute cyclarnate was or dered off shelves by Jan 1 by the federal government Dr John Olney of St Louis reported the same dosage of MSG used in baby food Contd on 13 By JO McMEEN Theres a lot of standing around and waiting during the filming of a color television documentary The star of the day Old Easty was ready yesterday clean as a whistle and puffing steam aplenty The crowd of train OroyRockhlll area men women and children attired in costumes of the gay nineties was on hand eager for directions The John Secondari Productions people were there Mrs Secondari producer of this history of railroads in the USA to be shown on ABC next March and head cameramen Richard Kuhne of Florida and assistant Roy Hogstedt of California plus associate producer Patricia Sides of New York Daily News photographer Blair Shore was poised for pictures of the cameramen taking pictures of Huntingdon Countys great attraction the East Broad Top train But the sun was behind a cloud And thats the way it was most of yesterday at Rockhill waiting for the sun to shine We had greeted the people from the New Yorkbased documentary film firm with a cheery Isnt this a beautiful day in central Pennsylvania and the answer came short No The sun wasnt shining steadily holding up the works Someone explained that it takes 30 times more light for shooting color television than it does for black and white To get the best effects full strong sunlight is needed This is beautiful country Pat Sides told us and thats why we want to get the shots to come out clear and bright When the sun did appear then the action started Stanley Hall got a signal from the cameramen to signal Warren Irwin and Janvier Ott on Old Easty to start her toward the desig nated area the caneras were set decisions on settings having been made in language understandable only to another camera man and the cameras started to roll As the train steamed by this bit of action was taking place near the crossing on the fields of the I D Showalter farm on route 522 we waved to those on board who had been riding back and forth but seemed to be enjoying it And of course they were getting paid for their bit parts Mrs Tony Cupillari had lined up the needed characters for the action at Rockhill having accepted this assignment last week Contd on Page 18 Find maru Judging First Body Taken From Mine Grave Two gifted Huntirgd TI women Mrs Helen Xiracofe arid Mrs irg Xatharire Price win share the and honors and the space it the Hunt ingdon Arts Center Cillery as the second exhibit in a cuntiruinc series of exhibits opens Sunday at 2 pm Mrs Kiracofe will atercolir but cntmues to think of oil as hr naan nudium of expression deftly with brush she vxcutes scents many which are fam iliar to residents vf Himtinrdon at pjn Jeff Treese and Jay White are in charge of the mummers for me parade Each participatins mummer will receive a free movie ticket FAPMINGTON W Va fUFI The first victim recovered from Coal firescarred No 9 mine will be buried Sunday But it may months before the bodies li all 78 by txplosinrs 11 months ago are found clad Im clad its as near over as it is said Mrs Lester B viliard whose husbands The women will I e ilsrlavinc County some of their insi recnt paint ings in the gallry f T three weekends as part of the Stand ing Stone An League series which encourages the support ard pur chase i the orks f local artists Both women arv r bers of the Standiit Sunt An Leacue and both enj unt In for a groat f thtir lives MAXED IMPFKSSION 1 ick anis ha Fridav 1 Trick Or Treat will bi ought ut Thursday This beer terrible called wnuirds coal They said recarjipi her then morv or lss rrtsi if wlu I OXe an I nl The Kistler thorough Council lias set aside Friday October 31 as trick ur treat night for tiit lOCi Halloween season recovery in the of Kistler where the trick ur treat activities between Uie iuurs of T ji to 0 pm Willani 4 The peopleare renuesteil ti leliaL f windows and oilier siIsoi tu y at train of the mine waiting has discovery n the ind of a an isolated i would reach the ara ij tin pombd last lour the find attmi tiiic slowed by a slate fall and Peter B Ferretti Consolidation vice president said it would take several days to reach the second body Ferretti said Willards body was found in a muddy area between 900 and 1000 feet underground about 4000 feet from the Athas i un portal where recovery operations be gan Sept 12 The body was described as in easily identifia ble condition Mrs whnsc husband vmld hUo completed 20 in the mines next month TontM or Pace 181 Wait For Proper Lighting Richard Kuhne of Key Biscaym Florida left head cameraman for the John Secondari Productions an independent film company thinks through a light setting with his assistant Roy Hoestidt of Altadena California The two men from warmer climes were warmly attired yesterday for Pennsylvanias chilly October weather while shooting color television shots of Old Kastv in the Kockhill urea for a documentary nn the history of 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