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   Daily News (Newspaper) - October 28, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                DIAL MISS CLASSIFIED 6434040 or 5424641 Library VOL 48 THE DAILY NEWS NINE CENTS PER COPV 7120 HUNTINGDON and MOUNT UNION TUESDAY OCTOBEK 28 1969 IHOINK 6434010 231 VicePresident Nixon Will Set Stage For Truce GREENSBURG Pa UPI President Nixons Nov 3 na tionwide broadcast will set the stage for a mutually observed ceasefire In Vietnam according to Senate Republican leader Hugh Scott What the president will do should be carefully noted by Hanoi Scott told a dinner of 800 Republicans Monday night Only one man can put an end to this war and thats President Nixon and I think hes going to dolt This president In this term of office Is going to end this war The Pennsylvania senator uld not elaborate on the jresidents plan for a cease but he described how he Jlieved firing could be halted Tfi TV of inn ill Scott said the U S could AS 11111UI111 stop shooting and wait for Han 1 to reciprocate If the enemy tnplies the ceasefire is ac ompllshed he said If not the S can resume the fighting Scott resisted questions about jw he Intends to vote on the lomination of Judge Clement F laynsworth Jr to the U S supreme Court He said he had lot even told his wife I am uncommitted and entirely unwilling to state what my position is until I vote Russians Hope Strategic Talks Will Stop Nuclear Arms Race 2 Brothers Parade Win Starl At At Westab Are Sent To Institutions MRS BETTY STRUTIN Countian Officer Scott said 3 Michigan c Men Jailed for FlimFlam Three Michigan men were ailed yesterday and charged with icing flimflam artists The trio James Mose Ramsey 16 of 1106 Tuscola Avenue Sa inaw Mich Willie James Smith SO of 431 Seventh Street Saginaw iich and O B Polk 35 of 725 Woodward Avenue Detroit lich are being held for lar eny by trick They were nabbed by State olice on Route 220 in Tyrone csterday morning after their limflam artistry failed them ours earlier in Centre County Huntingdon State Police later ook the three into custody for n incident which occurred at the ikat Service Station along Route Contd on Page 9 Two Hopewell Township boys Gary Silas Cooper 17 and his brother Joseph Charles Cooper 15 of Altch R D were sen tenced to youth development in stitutions yesterday after a Hunt ingdon County Juvenile Court hearing on the matter of the beat ing of two Tussey Mountain High School music teachers Both boys were adjudged to be delinquent dependent and neglect ed minors by Judge R Merle Heffner who presided at the hear ing Joseph will be sent to Youth Forestry Camp No 1 Raccoon State Park Hoodstown R DI Beaver County while Gary will be placed in the Youth Develop ment Center at New Castle Both boys were sent back to the Cam bria County Juvenile Detention She has developed strong TT Home at tbensburg for about one Ccnfd on Page 14i Mrs Betty Parks Strutin Scranton was elected second vice president of the National Associ ation of Extension Home Econo mists at its annual meeting Octo ber 18 to 22 in Philadelphia She is president of the Pennsyl vania Association Airs Strutin Lackawanna County Extension Home Econo mist joined the Cooperative Ex tension Service of The Pennsyl vania State University in June 1944 adult and 4H homemaking pro grams in the county and in 1958 received a Distinguished Service Award from the National Associ ation of Extension Home Econo mists for her outstanding service to people of Lackawanna County A native of Huntingdon County Mrs Strutin received her bache lor of science degree in home economics from The Pennsyl vania State University She fur thered her education at summer school sessions at the University Contd on Page 5 Eight Bands Enter Huntingdon Event Eight bands are slated to appear in the big Huntingdon Halloween parade which will be held Thursday night October 30 starting at pm Chairman Charles Grove an nounced that the Juniata Valley High School Southern Hunting don County High School Tussey Mountain High School Philips burg High School West Branch High School Juniata College Huntingdon Area Junior High School and the Huntingdon Area Senior High School bands will participate in the gala event A special invitation lias been extended to groups and organ Iza tions wishing to enter floats in the parade Prize money total ing 250 will go to the four best Israelis Vote On New Parliament In JV Schools Salaries Personnel Changing Changes in personnel and salary adjustments were major Mapleton Area Youth concerns of the board of educ Prepare For LMCEF Youth of the Mapleton area churches who are collecting for UNICEF from 6 to 7 pm Oc tober 29 are asked to meet at Trinity United Methodist Church at before the drive begins rower Line Is Completed To Top Of Flag Pole Hill The underground power line 82 feet in length has been placed the top of Huntingdons Flag ole Hill It will be used to supply elec icity for four powerful flood ghts which will illuminate Old ject lory atop the 70foot flag pole Installation of the fective the evening on Novem 10 A brief program on the eve Veterans Day is being planned mark the turning on of ghts and the raising of base of the flag pole The four lights are on order and are expected to arrive yet this week according to Chester S Peterson chairman of the joint committee in charge of the pro lights will take only a few days since some of the preliminary work has al ready been done When completed the illumina the tion of the flag pole will provide the one of the nicest sights to be ation of the Juniata ValleySchool System last evening Another major topic of discussion was the progress on the new ele mentary building Science teacher Joseph H Me Mullen of Alexandria was elected to the position of faculty mana ger of athletics at a supple mental salary of 3600 Mrs Patricia Teers was hired as a teacher aide at the Petersburg Elemen tary Bulling at a salary of S12 a day Letter of resignation was ac cepted with regret by the board from Mrs Connie F Jones health and physicaleducation in structor to become effective January 1 1970 The position to be vacated by Mrs Jones will be advertized SUPERCEDES ACTION Joseph W Carper head teacher at Petersburg was gran ted a supplemental salary in an amount of 3300 The move by the board concerning Car pers supplemental pay super Contd on Page 5 JERUSALEM UPI Israelis went to the polls today to elect a new parliament some casting their ballots In bulletproof booths Polls forecast a sweep for Premier Gold Melrs coalition government and its no retreat policy toward the Arabs About 15 million persons were eligible to vote in the first national election since the 1967 Middle East War and the seventh Ln the nations 21year history Sixteen parties covering the entire spectrum of Israeli politics were contesting the 120 seats in the Knesset or parliament Members are elect ed for a fouryear term Heavy security precautions were in effect as the voting got under way at 7 am Police and the entire Israeli armed forces were on alert for possible sabotage and terrorist at tempts Threaten Reprisals Jerusalem police spokes floats Prize money totaling S125 will be divided by the best dressed mummers in the line of march Once again this year the Hunt ingdon Halloween Parade is spon Contd on Page 12 A man disclosed that agents for Monday night Arab guerrilla Conf d on Page 5 House Vote Due On Mine Safety Bill Smithfield Firemen Get Smithfield firemen collected 31650 during their third annual fund drive Richard Whitsel served as gen eral chairman of the 1969 ap peal Sept S15 which was the companys best ever To mark the successful fund raising effort the officers of the company and fund drive com mittee members met last even ing at the Kelly Korner Walnut Room for a dutch treat ban quet At that time Whitsel presented a check for 31630 to Fay G Bryant president of the company Present to witness the presen tation were the following Ken neth Dunlap fire chief BARRY L DRUGG Personnel Manager Is Appointed Wesley A Porter manager of the Blair Division ofWestab Inc Alexandria announced today the appointment of Barry L Drugg to fill the new position of personnel manager The promo tion became effective October 13 In his new post Drugg will be responsible for employment interviewing employe benefit programs and other areas re lating to personnel work Drugg is a graduate of Altoona High School andattendedPennsyl vania State University Since April 1969 he has been employed Contd on Page 12 Soviets Attach Great Importance To Negotiations GENEVA UPI The Soviet Union said today it hopes the forth coming strategic arms limitation negotiations with the United States will lead to an end of the nuclear arms race Soviet disarmament negotia tor Alexel A Roschin said his country attaches great impor tance to the negotiations to begin in Helsinki Nov 17 Roschins statement to the Geneva Disarmament Confer ence was the first official Soviet comment on the talks since they were announced in Washington and Moscow Oct 25 Roshchin said he wanted to formally tell the conference that America and Russia have Crowd Packs Saxton For Big Parade agreed to start the strategic arms limitation talks In connection with the agreement concerning the nego tiations between the USSR and the United States we Contd on Page 11 INSIDE THE NEWS Ann Landers 3 Classified Ads14 15 Comics13 Counselors Corner 7 Crossword 15 Obituaries 2 Scciety Club10 Sports4 5 A crowd of some 4000 packed the streets of Saxton last evening to witness one of the largest and finest parades in the history of the Broad Top mecca Three high school bands nearly 500 mummers and 18 floats partici pated in the gigantii Halloween event Starting at the SaxtonLiberty School the marchers moved to Eighth Street backtracked on old Main Street onto 913 through town up to Church and around in a loop onto Main again to complete the line of march Approximately in prizes was awarded with each mummer receiving a 50ccnt piece and Contd on Page 5 Flag Deeal Amendment Is Offered Variety Of Business Handled Mount Union Board Has Busy Meeting merican Flag to its honored seen in the area The flag will lace high above the borough be visible from many distance The proCo1 being sponsored points including Route 22 ilntly by the Huntingdon AmerComplete details on the Nov Legion Frank P Horamon 10 lighting program will be an ost No 24 and the Huntingnounced at a later date The on Veterans of Foreign Wars committee aims to make it a tanding Stone Post No 1754 brief appropriate ceremony The power line 26 inches deep After the lights have been i the ground runs from a utilturned on Nov 10 they will burn WASHINGTON UPI The y pole at the Huntingdon resernightly and Old Glory will be Pentagon estimated Monday it Letterkenny Work Force To Be Cut The Mount Daryl hour session Feagley special gifts chairman and hired school personnel WASHINGTON UPI The Jav Rhone secretary Wayne MaAn informative report on an House prepared today to act on teer financial secretaryNorman athletic council meeting on Octo the toughest coal mine safety Quinn trustee Donald Rhone ber 8th was presented by Joseph bill in the industrys history a trustee and William HallandCarl Barrett He noted a new foot measure spawned by a disaster Shaffer members of the fund ball schedule including several in Mannington W Va nearly a drive committee Shaffer also is different schools for the 1970 year ago that buried 78 miners the company chief engineer 71 term was being completed The sweeping measure patWhitsel also announced last Various recommendations were terned somewhat after a evening that the company has purgiven such as improving the sound Senatepassed bill would set chased a 1970 Chevrolet service system at the field starting maximum levels of coal dust truck for 37000 The new squad weight lifting and track classes accumulation and provide comtruck will be delivered in the near etc pensation to miners suffering future paui Keteles of the Tri County from black lung disease caused Complete renovation of the fire Head Start Committee informed by the dust hall in Smithfield is under way the directors that Head Start was Union Area School Board met last night in a four and heard reports granted requests opened bids program beginning the middle of November however two class rooms are needed for the 32 students of the Mount Union Area HARRJSBURG An amend ment to the motor vehicle code sponsored by Huntingdon County Representative Orville E Snare of Huntingdon would permit plac ing a decal of an American flag on a designated window of a motor vehicle It was stipulated in the amend ment that the size of the decal be not more than three inches by five inches Permission would be given to place the decal on the right rear side window or the left rear side window of a motor vehicle Existing law prohibits placing any material in such position as to interfere withvision through The board offered assistance in the windshield side wing or side oir to a concrete vault at the Contd on Page 14 Dead 600 Hurt At Banja Luka ugoslav City Is tinned By Quake ANJA LUKA Yugoslavia UPI Battles between Yugoslav jerrillas and Nazi invaders ruined this city during World War A devastating earthquake has wrought the same tragedy now Buildings have been will save SI27 million when it closes or reduces operations at military installation in Pennsyl vania by June 30 1970 The reductions are part of an economy plan sent by Defense Secretary Melvin Laird to Con gress He said he would curb operations at 307 military bases in 42 states and abroad for a multibillion dollar saving Here are the Pennsylvania fa cilities affected according to congressional sources Army only civilian jobs are eliminated Carlisle Barracks 10 jobs electronics command Contd on Page 12 All sides involved in the measure conceded in opening in opened debate Monday that the bill was born in the smoke and flam PS that struck the Consoli dation Coal Co mine at Mannington Nov 20 1968 The first body of the 78 victims was recovered Thursday Opposition to the bill started to melt during debate when off thefloor agreements were re portedly reached to eliminate the controversial federal Coal Mine Health and Safety Review Board and also provide that the two cents a tor levy on producers to pay for a health and safety resparrh program conn from general taxes Contd on Page 12 Contd on Page 14 planning on starting an all year locating a place for the program but there were no rooms avail able to the Mount Union schools Jack E Heidel of Mount Union R D was hired as full time cus todian of the Kistler Elementary School at a starting salary of Steve Strausser was elected as part time custodian of the Mount Union Elementary Contd on Page 5 or rear windows of a motor vehicle other than that allowed or directed by the secretary of the State Department of Rev enue The Snare amendmenthasbeen passed finally by the House of Representatives and sent to the State Senate for action by that legislative body leveled amilies huddle around bon res fed with pieces of nashed furniture Lines of sfugees file from the smashed Hty Army troops and most of the blebodied men of the Bosnian wfi of 60000 persons are orking day and night digging the piles of masonry for vore bodies from the shock londay City officials said 17 dead hau been found and nearly 600 persons had been injured in the earthquake Not a building was left standing in the center of the ancient city 33000 Reported Homeless I have the impression I am in a city which suffered a bombardment said Premier Mitja kibick wlio rpurtiHi perhaps 3000Kinioless oatii on Page 9 THE WEATHER Partly cloudy and cold to day High in the 40s Clear and cold tonight Low In 20s except In teens colder moun tain valleys sunny and not so cold High mid 0s to low GOs Thurs days outlook mostly sunny and Last Call Is Given For Jury heel Names The Huntingdon County jury commissioners G Dewey Black and A Fred Criswell made their flast call today for the names of persons interested in serving as jurors in Huntingdon County Court during 1970 The commissioners will meet Monday Nov 10 to start fill ing the jury winel Six hundred forty names are needed Contd on Page 9 End Of Successful Drive Is Marked Officers and fund drive committee members met last evening at Kolley Korner for a dutch treat dinner to mark the close oi a highly successful 19G9 appeal A check for 51650 was presented to Fay Bryant company president Present at the banquet were left to right seated Wayne Mateer Daryl Feagley Fay Bryant Richard Whitsel and Jay Rhone Standing left to right Kenneth Dunlap Donald Rhone Norman Quinn Carl Shaffer and William Hall   

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