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   Daily News (Newspaper) - November 7, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                DIAL MISS CLASSIFIED 6434040 or 5424641 THE DAILY NEWS Pa VOL 48 NDfE CENTS PER HI and MOl T tMOIN FRIDAY NOVEMBER 7 1969 PHOINE 6434040 NO 240 Burma Red China Fighting 111 Fiberglassers To Be Honored At Banquet Tonight On Border One hundred eleven employes of OwensCorning Fiberglas Cor poration will be honored tonight at the Huntingdon Elks Home when the Huntingdon plant stages its 24th annual service award program for longservice employes This event has teld yearly since 1946 to honor Owens OK Corning employes who have com pleted company service ranging from five to 25 years Over 1795 HP combined years of dedicated ser 1 O vice will be represented by the Commissioner RANGOON Former Burmese Premier U Nu stood with Communist Chinas Mao Tsetung before Pekings Gate of Heavenly Peace In 1960 and proclaimed lasting friendship Now the Burmese government reports fighting recently on Chinss border Premier Xe Win told the Burmese Socialist party Thurs day fighting with Communist forces had left 133 Burmese troops dead 250 wounded and 42 missing Although Win did not identify the Communist forces as Chinese it was clear he meant Chinese Communist troops as well as the Burmese guerrillas long trained and armed by the Chinese Border skirmishes between Chinese Communist soldiers and Burmese forces have teen going on tn northern Burma since mid1967 but have gotten particularly intense since Jan uary Win made it clear at least eight of the border clashes involved heavy fighting and 10 others included lighter action Despite the fighting Win told the political meeting he was Contd on Page 2 Explosion Rips Gold Mine In South Africa 62 Killed Rods Push Attacks Approved To Route 22 Junction 7S men and 33 women honored rp tonight tO Robert P Witschen vice presi dent textile products manufac turing for OwensCorning will be the principal speaker at the program Expected to share in Judgeelect Morris M Tsrriszi the program are several other met with Hurtingdon County Commembers of OwensCorning man missioners Gordon W Haveragenient including Marshall D stock James DiCosimo and Henry Burch first manager of the Hunt C McCamant during their regular ingdon plant and now vice presi session Thursday at the courtdent industrial relations and house William D Kreuti former labor The judereclectdiscussedwith relations manager recently ap the commissioners the setting up office of the senior vice presi of judges chambers i the courtdent house and the commissioners Tiie lfi honor roll of long have agreed to see that this is service employes includes 45 done employes who joined the company Flans call for the partitioning in its second year of operation of the Washington Street jury at Huntingdon These people room for use as judges chainwill be awarded an engraved bers The area now relegated Contd on Page IS to grand juries will be ved with new facilities to be added for use by all juries sitSoviet I Ilioil Mark 52ml BirthdilV ing on cases The new arrange ments are to be completed by January 5 the first Monday of January Terrizzi met again with the commissioners at 11 oclock this morning to discuss another hou sing problem in relation to last Tuesdays general erf offices for the four district justices of the peace Sites fo these offices ffiie ir each of the four districts in the MOSCOW county must be established in as a Communis order thac cnecks and forms may aggressive plans of imperialism and to avert the danger of a be printed with the proper address new world war in advance of the January 5 when the new positions come into efiSLai Havuswortli Contd on Pace 2 Imperalism Hit By Red Keynoter 2 Police Stations In Saigon Hit SAIGON UPI troops attacked two police stations inside Saigon this morning and shelled 68 Allied targets across the war zone in their strongest mortar and rocket attacks in two months The US and South Vietna mese generals commanding the defense of Saigon said it was part of the winter guerrilla offensive which they said began Monday just before President Nixons speech on Vietnam At least 100 sappers sneaked into the capital during the night for their attacks on the two outlying police stations touch ing off the heaviest fighting inside the capital since May 196S One of the thrusts penetrated one station but both were thrown back with military spokesmen reporting three guerrillas slain One policeman was killed and eight were wounded The police called in US helicopter gunships to support them in scenes reminiscent of the Saigon fighting of the 196S Tet offensive and the May offensive three months later The commandos called through US 522 Corridor Follows East Line Approval for the location of U S Route 522 corridor from a point south of Orbisonia to its new junction with U S Route 22 has been given by the state Department of Highways and the U S Department of Transportation Bureau of Public Roads The highway will follow the proposed eastern alignment play ing nip and tuck at Shirleysburg zipping along the ridges to the east of present Route 522 and cutting into Wayne Township Mif flin County to cross the Perm Central mainline before connec Mount Union To Begin 8Month Head Start The Tri County Community ting with the countys major east Action Agency is now taking Head west highway Start applications for children in the Mount Union area Project Head Start Is erally financed program for the economically dlsadvantaged pre The decision to follow the eas tern route marks a victory for a fed residents of the Shirleysburg area who sought to have the highspeed limited access highway pass as close to the community as pos NEW CHAIRMAN of the Federal Communications Commission is Dean Burch former chairman of the Re publican National Commit tee He succeeds Rosel Hyde who retired Protesters The program will operate over construction as the site JT 3CC JL UrCai Of Force school child Preference will be shown towards those children sible md a defeat for Hunting whose birthday comes beforeFeb don Count5 planners who hoped ruary of 1970 to use and scheduled for an eightmonths period Classes of a Crowing Shirleysburg resl will start around November 17 dential area 1969 and run until about July 14 ALIGNMENTS GIVEN 1970 The length of day for the The highway Section 10 will WASHINGTON UPI children will be approximately at the northern end of new government fearful the tour hours construction on Route 522 and antiwar demonstration The giant here Hope For Survivors Abandoned JOHANNESBURG South Africa mileandahalf deep explosion ripped through the shaft of a gold mine today killing G2 men in South Africas worst mining accident in nine years A spokesman for the General Mining Co said hope had been abandoned for finding any survivors The blast occurred at am EOT at a depth of 7500 feet At least 29 other miners were injured in the blast at the Buffelsfonteln Mine near Klerk sdorp 100 miles southwest of Johannesburg Many of the injured were unconscious and in critical condition when rescue workers lifted them to the surface the mine spokesman said The explosion occurred shortly after 12 cases of explosives were sent down to help in deepening the mine Rescue teams said they saw several bodies scattered among rubble at the bottom of the shaft Contd on Page 12 Those seeking further infortravel the eastern ridge to NOV 15 could turn violent will mation and applications please Orbisonia pass east of this comuse force f needed to stop contact Mrs MarjWilson Mount munlt to an intersection 1mthousands of protesters from Contd on Page IS Contd on Page 1SN UPI The Soviet Union marked its 52nd birthday loudspeakers for the policemen Reviving Of Proposal Pondered nist nation today with a pledge to frustrate the to surrender the Foes Need v eterans Day To Be Observed Eight Votes UP I Sen At T High WASHINGTON ae opponents of tl the Supreme Robert A Bashaw principal on of Junlata Valley High School him a seat on today revealed that plans are Court made for a special Veterans Day With the Nixon administra observance at the high school tions battle for Haynsworth on November 11 nearing the crucial stage of floor debate both proponents and opponents of the nomina tion are claiming to see the During ceremonies on the anniversary o the Bolshevik victory in the 1917 revolution Defense Minister Andrei A Grechko criticized the hope lessness of the plan of the ruling circles of the States in the Vietnam war Grechko delivered his keynote speech from the tribune atop Lenins mausoleum in Red Square as other furhatted Communist party leaders stood The Viet Cong attackers before fleeing captured four M16 rifles and a radio from the policemen spokesmen said Contd on Pose 12 Accident Victim Is Critical Politics Seen In Draft Compromise WASHINGTON UPI Senate Democrats accused of making draft lottery a political football when they stalled it now have been charged with political maneuvering for reviving its prospects for passage Cause Being Preserved He warned that the imperia Contd on Page 2 Veterans Day conies during American Education Week No vember 915 Brief remarks will be made marein of victorv among the 20 by a Veteran of World War I senators so far uncommitted on the Hon Joseph H Neff Mr how they will vote Neff is aformerHuutingdonCoun The UPI tally of all 100 ty superintendent of schools Senate members still shows 37 The program open to the pubin favor of Haynsworth a lie will take place at 11 am Greenville SC US Circuit on Tuesday November 11 In the Court judge and 43 opposed high school gymnasium School Opponents could beat the patrons are especially urged to nomination if they picked up attend and to be present prior the support of eight of the 20 to the 11 am hour of the prouncommitted gram Both projections however The high school band will be depend on vhether those vho heard in appropriate patriotic have committed themselves Xontd on Page 16 Contd on 2 INSIDE THE EWS Ann LandersU Building Page10 Classified Ads 16 i 17 Comics15 Courthouse Roundup 10 Crossword17 Farm Page9 Obituaries2 On Stage LiveS School Page7 Society i Club14 Sports4 5 Television Programs S i 9 This part of the compromise An Orbisonia man Roy JStarr has polities written all over IT1 73 is listed In critical conit Sen Margaret Chase dition today at J C Blair MemSmith RMaine told the Senate orial Hospital the victim of a Thursday She referred to Sen onecar traffic accident on Route Edward M Kennedys proposal 522 yesterday near Shirleysburg the Senate pass President Starr a retired farmersaw Nixons draft lottery with an mill operator is being treated amendment assuring congres for a fractured jaw fractured sional consideration of more ribs fractured right leg disdraft reforms next year located left hip and multiple laMrs Smith ranking Republi cerations of the entire body can on the Senate Armed Huntingdon State Police Services Committee was the reported that Starr was hurt in second influential legislator to an accident Thursday at the compromise cooly am on Route 522 north of ShirReP L Mendel Rivers DSC House Armed Services Commit Personality Change Is Defense Plea ROME American lawyer defending accused air line hijacker Raffaele Mini chiello may base his defense on a personality change he said after marching down Pennsylvania Avenue from the Capitol to the White House That was clear Thursday when Deputy Attorney General Richard G Kleindienst told a news conference the Justice Department would view any thing more than a small symbolic procession down the avenue as an illegal act and we would attempt to stop it with the minimum force necessary The warning brought a quick response from the New Mobili zation Committee to End the War in Vietnam the amalgam of peace groups which has been planning to hold the parade and a rally on the Washington Monument grounds after spon soring two days of lesser demonstrations in the nations capital Are Firmly Committed Ron Young a leader of the coalition said the demonstra tors remained firmly commit ted to either Pennsylvania Contd or Page 2 WEATHER Starr was travelling south optee chairman said Thursday of nis client underwent erating a 1960 Chevrolet the proposal At the moment serving in Vietnam His car went out of control mv answer is no and travelled into the northbound On Oct 30 Senate Democra traffic lane before swerving back tic Leader Mike Mansfield into the southbound lane The announced the Senate probably vehicle then went off the roadway would not consider Nixons bill onto the west berm and ran 225 permitting draft by random feet into a field where it crashed choice or lottery The bill headon into a tree passed the House the same day State Trooper Joseph J PierMxon issued a statement otti is conducting the incritical of the Senate action vestigation Clearly this is not a matter Starrs car was demolished which should be casually loss being set at S200 the full dismissed or made a political value of the vehicle Contd on Page 2 Cloudy and cool with scat tered light showers today High upper 40s to low 50s Variable cloudiness and cool tonight Low upper 20s to mid 30s Partly cloudy and cool Saturday High in the 50s Sun days outlook sunny and warmer The lawyer Marvin Mitchel son made the statement to newsmen Thursday as he arrived in Rome with Minichiel los mother Maria and 18year old sister Anna both of Seattle Wash The Naplesborn Minichiello a US resident for the past six Launch Time jg Has Meeting The loss of a caseworker a statistical report and other bus iness occupied the members of the advisory committee of the Huntingdon County Child Welfare Services Thursday afternoon in a meeting at the Huntingdon Coun ty Courthouse Mrs Fred E Laird chairman of the board presided at the monthly session Minutes were read by Mrs James E Ulsh secretary G Edward Branthaver newex ecutive director who assumed his duties with the agency October 14 presented the monthly statistical report He said that ten cases were opened ten were closed and 209 cases were carried over to the next month The open cases involve 45 children in fos ter homes 145 children being handled on a protective basis 14 children in adoptive homes and five in institutions Several requests were present ed and granted by common con sent Branthaver announced that John Homolash a caseworker will be leaving the agency effective November 13 Mrs Laird reported that the Christmas appeal letters are in the mail asking for contributions toward the yule project Also cards have been sent to the child ren requesting suggestions for a shopping list Present at the meeting vere Contd on Page 12 Huntingdon Schools Will Observe Education Week TIRLD TOL RISTS find this taxi a convenience at Japans 1970 World Exposition The cab one of 250 such cars to be used at the fair will hold six people and has a maximum speed of about nine miles an hour A salute to parents from teach ers everywhere goes out next week in observance of American Education Week November 9 15 in the Huntingdon Area Schools Shoes tell you a lot about children and the salute is if the Shoe Fits put it on Its like a golden slipper salute to all you parents out there As one sage put it the only things children wear out faster than shoes are parents and teachers The American Education Week observance in the Huntingdon Area Schools for the week of November 9 through 15 has been coordinated by John chairman and guidance counselor in the high school The commit tee has planned an extensive salute to the schools and parents This is the annual nationwide visitation of schools by more than 30 million parents anxious to assess the tjpe of education that children are receiving The theme this year s Better Education Your Job Open House will be observed in all the buildings of the district The junior high school will be open on Monday night November 10 Wednesday night November 12 has been set aside for the ele mentary schools and on Thurs day November 13 in the senior high school Carl Bruno assistant to the superintendent has plans for an evening program to be presented in the senior nigh school on Tues Contd on Page years went AWOL last week from the US Marines and hijacked a Trans World Airlines plane over California forcing its crew to fly to Rome Mitchelson a Beverly Hills Calif attorney who has repre sented several wellknown Hol lywood personalities said of his 20yearolo client Shortly after coming home from Vietnam he was hospitaCAPE KENNEDY UPI lized for about 20 days with wlth launch facilities in better malaria and he underwent a shaPe than ever the stretched personality change according out Apollo 12 countdown begins to his family and other people I today for the start next Friday Extended Apollo Countdown Begins of mans second landing on the moon The intricate weeklong series of launch preparations was set to start at noon EST Barring the unexpected WASHINGTON UPI InCharles Pete Conrad Jr complete carloadlng reports Richard F Gordon and Alan L from the railroads indicate biBean will take off at am tumincus coal production in the Nov 14 on a virtual duplicate have talked to Contd on Page 12 Carloadinj Down to watch their colleagues take off They will be joined here by President Nixon The White House said the President probably will fly to the Kennedy Space Center the morning of the launch and return to Washington In the afternoon He will be the first President to watch a manned space shot here Conrad Gordon and Bean have been polishing their flying skills in spacecraft trainers United States for the weekendof the machine that sent Apollo during the week and more of ed Nov 1 1969 was approxl Us astronauts to historys first mately 11465000 tons the Nalunar landing in July tional Coal Association said The pilots of that mission Thursday Production for the corNeil A Armstrong Edwin E responding period in 1968 was Aldrin and Michael Collins 11597000 tons Production Jan returned to Houston Thursday 1 through Nov 1 1969 was esfrom a 38day world tour and timated at 455798000 tons plan to be on hand at the Cape the same was on todays schedule Conrad and Bean went flying Thursday in a big KC135 jet called the Weightless Won der It flew a series of roller coaster patterns high abnvethe Contd on Page 12   

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