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   Daily News (Newspaper) - November 10, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                DIAL MISS CLASSIFIED 6434040 or 5424641 THE DAILY NEWS State Library tion Building Pa 171 VOL 48 NINE CENTS PEK COPY Viet Cong Break Into Highlands Helicopter Base HI and Discuss Report Nixon And NT MONDAY NOVEMBER 10 1969 1MIOJNE 6434040 NO 242 Assembly Faces New Plan Rockefeller HOW Parley lo Meet Financial Crisis WASHINGTON vi v i ly l tTO SAIGON UPI Viet Cong commandos this morning broke Went Nixon Invited Nelson A into the U S airfield that provides helicopter support for South Rockefeller to the White House Vietnamese troops going it alone against the guerrillasCambodian toda to discuss the New York Hone Reflexes For Fridays Launch governors proposals for Five of the attackers firing US policy ln Utin bazookatvpe rockets destroyed fmenca suggestion would three trucks inside the Ban Me lncrase mI1Uary aid to offset border offensive Holiday Bowl Scene Of Burglary Thuot base while a simul taneous mortar barrage scored direct hits on six huts and a bunker wounding eight Ameri cans Jj Military spokesmen said one reported growing Communist subversion there Before meeting with Rocke feller the President was to undergo what White House officials described as a routine of the commandos was killed in check at Bethesda Hospital in suburban Maryland It was the first since Jan 2 for returned to Wash Sunday night after a restful weekend In Key Bis cayne Fla Rockefellers recommenda tions numbering about 80 in Eager Astronauts Get In More Spaceship Practice Spruce Creek Equitable Solution Is On Tap the raid 137 miles northeast of Holiday Bow located along Sai apparemlv in an effort Route 22 west of Mill Creek to reduce the effectiveness of was burglarized early Sunday nelicopter operations supporting morning with a loss that may the South Vietnamese None of lnt0n total M000 tne was damaged State Police said two weapons South Vietnams Divi and money were stolen and five sj headquartered at Ban Me com operated machines were Thuot been dispatcned to numoering aoout so in looted and damaged during the the border area north of Sa all were based on conclusions crime which was committed be to fleht the 7j000man uerrilla he reaehed last spring tvreen pm Saturday and threat on their own in V major vlslts t0 Utin am Sunday when it was test of the SailTQn armvs countries The trips which led discovered to violent demonstrations in readiness to take over the war lu Hammers 314 Third qincp Oct OR fh several nations were made at Allied John Hammers Mi i RITO Slnce Oct 2g he Street Huntingdon the custodian troops have kllled 26 Commu discovered the burglary yester soldiers in fl w and day morning ana summoned officials said 1X5 x In other developments today Entrance was via a door on The US Command said the Presidents request and the proposals were submitted to him recently in a 137page report which was to be released today the boiler room at theVestside 4000 GIs left TlM armed of the building It was pried week under President Nixons subverslon a until the latch was tripped troop cutback proeram reduc f real the NVestern One 36 calibre cap and ball inc the US troop commitment Hpmlsphere said the pistol and a 3S40 Remington rifle to 490700 the lowest level in VO1Ced by both the property of Hammers more than 21 months justifled Jt also were stolen The pistol is worth American officials released f efforts of some a captured Viet Cone document Lhf regimes to help he oppressed although it Contd on Page 11 calling for attacks across the battlefield Nov H and 1 this Kridav and Saturdav to coin cide with antiwar demonstra tions in the United States The attack against Ban Me Thuot was one of a handful of skirmishes across the battle field overnleht Spokesmen said a total of 200 Viet Cone and North Vietnamese were killed against two Americans dead and 34 wounded Contd on 2 heir methods as ls H the 26 hemispherethe saii can well be more l the future Rockefeller port called for ttchnlcal changes to reduce the V1Sible US Pre Sfi1Ce ln Lati out suggested providing arms Hunt Ends For 28 Missing i From Tanker NEW YORK UP The Coast Guard has abandoned a fiveday search for 2S men missing from the Liberian tanker Keo believed sunk off the coast of Nantucket Island Eight bodies have been recov ered A spokesman said Sunday there is always a possibility the search will be resumed if any hopeful evidence is discov ered Ships sailing through the area 240 miles southeast of Nantucket have been asked to look for more bodies or debris The 639foot tanker oil from Europe to tte United has more outlets installed also States solit Wednesday a reality every 6le t Schools are indeed grate mentary teacher in the Hun ful to Isett and his company for tingdon Area Schools Melvin Is addinS another media of instruc ett in cooperation with the Hunt tion for tne classroom teacher ingdon TV Cable Company Inc A filnistrip and audio tape TV p Tnmn has at no extra cost in Your Classroom has been r ajjer 1 to the school area a television from the AEBC for outlet in each classroom in A1 instruction on the effective use of The Dally News will be pub Wimam Smith Smith Tv the teacher and students lished tomorrow Day field Juniata Woodcock Val are not surprised to u ley elementary schools Both a homework assignment A holiday schedule will be Brady Henderson Mm Creek given on a particular TV planned with papers being ready and Jackson Miller have om program Students are most en for delivery and street sales lets in their schotlls faut nQt thusiastic with this type of in about noon each ciassroom Huntingdon structional lesson Folders on Junior High School had several Contd on Page 13 ew Media Of Instruction e Area Schools Using o Innovative Teaching a violent storm In its last Contd on Page S In Huntingdon Stickup c License Fee oiispect Is Increase Apprehended Ready A Philadelphia man visiting friends in Huntingdon was arHARRISBURG UPI Legis rested yesterday afternoon and lation implementing the long charged with armed robbery of delayed license fee increase for a Hollidaysburg service station a11 motor vehicles in Pennsyl on Saturday evening vania is scheduled to be intro The stickup suspect William duced in the General Assembly Harold Schaeffer 43 of 931 Clinwlen the lawmakers resume ton Street Philadelphia is being deliberations Wednesday held in Blair County Jail today SenMarvin V Keller R in default of 52500 cash bail Bucks chairman of the Senate He was arraigned last evening Highways Committee said dur before Justice of the Peace Rover tne weekend the bill would Miller Hollidaysburg RD be offered with his support and Hollidaysburg Chief of Police tnat of 10 or Ifi colleagues John H Hansel today had nigh Tne proposal would double praise for Huntingdon State Potllt license fees for private pas lice who took Schaeffer into cussender cars to S20 and increase tody about yesterday tlle for commercial vehi afternoon while he was visiting citls an average of 40 per in the borough cent Chief Hansel said that the Ttle uill would cost Pennsyl troopers spotted the 1968 Chevy vanias 47 million car owners n bearing Nebraska license alwut million a year and plates believed to have been 217000 commercial vehicle own used in the armed robbery SaPrs about million an turday evening It was noted that the left door of the Chevy Tne million that would n was damaged and that assisted be derived from the increases police in ther investigation would be channeled into the Were grateful to the Hunstates Motor License Fund tingdon State Police Chief Thp funcis would be restricted Hansel said Theyve done an tn Construction and improve Contd on Page 13 Week To Go 13 Winners In Football Contest There were 13 winners in the Daily News Football Contest with three people tying for first place and ten tying for second Missing seven games each in the first place winners were Susie F Kenyun 501 Washing ton Street Huntingdon Phyllis Speck 412 Penn Street Hun tingdon and Thomas N Hicks RD 1 Mount Union Each will receive a merchandise certi ficate in the amount of each which may be redeemed at any of the participating stores Missing eight games each and CAPE KENNEDY The Apollo 12 astronauts pronounced fit and eager to fly scheduled more moonship flying practice today to hone their reflexes for Fridays launch to the moon Charles Pete Conrad Rich ard F Gordon and Alan L Bean planned to spend most of the day in spacecraft trainers practicing lunar landing emer gency procedures They are preparing for every conceivable eventuality I never worry about the things that everybody else has worried about Conrad said I only worry about the things that none of us has thought about Im sure that something will come up in the flight They thats part of the Mans Auto In Sunday Crash A Spruce Creek man escaped injury but his car was damaged In a crash early Sunday morning on Route 350 at Birm ingham Raymond Dean Knepp 21 Spruce Creek was southbound at am driving a 1962 Ford sedan Knepp told police that he was HARRISBURG UPI The Pennsylvania General Assem bly returns to work Wednesday following a threeweek election recess While it is still faced with the problem of raising million to balance t h e states current budget a new a northernd car in his lane of Tot travel Knepp said he downshift Whlle there havpP control Plans bandied Ford spun while crashed gear and lost his vehicle The halfway around and travelling backwards into seven guard posts on the west berm The car also destroyed the Birmingham Bo rough sign along the highway After hitting the fence the car came to rest broadside on the highway Damage to the guard posts and revenueraising about in the Legislature two mpjor proposals have emerged One is a series of business tax increases worth about mil lion that has passed the House and is awaiting Senate The other is impositior personal income tax Senate President Pro of a Tern Police said veteran said in T think the risks In Pickup Crash mission a recent excellent job The armed robbery was at the Mobile Service Station Blair and Bella Street Hollidaysburg at pm Saturday The stick Contd on Page 13 do business But the commander interview are minimal Pass Final Physical The three astronauts passed their final major physical examination Sunday Dr Charles A Berry the chief astronaut physician said They are in excellent spirits and eager to fly They are properly rested and in good health with no evidence by laboratory or clinical examination of any infectious disease which might interfere with the launch After the morninglong check up the three Navy comman ders relaxed in the comfortable moonport quarters At nearby Patrick Air Force Base the Air Force precision flight team the Thunderbirds saluted the Apol lo 12 crew during a Veterans Scalia 19 of 2 Ridge Road Day ar Show Smithfield Huntingdon He re the oceanside launch pad cejved a lractured neck and h 2 Countians Seriously Injured Two Huntingdon County men are in serious condition today at Clearfield Hospital where they are being treated for Injuries received in a pickup truck ac cident Friday evening near Grampian A third passenger In the truck also from Huntingdon County was not seriously hurt The most seriously injured victim of the crash is Michael Mount Union Schools Mark Veterans Day Special Veterans Day pro grams have been planned for both the Mount Union Area Junior High School and Mount Union Area Senior High School according to an announcement made by Fred N Radle acting supervising prin cipal of the Mount Union Area Schools The Veterans Day November II program has been planned in conjunction with American Ed ucation Week November 9 15 The junior high school program will start At technicians filled the spaceIs in the Intenslve care crafts breathing oxygen tanks the hospital and pressurized the lunar Scalia a laborer module fuel tanks with helium before entering another planned Contd on Page 2 his I Eyes On Flag Pole Tonight Huntingdon residents are urged to turn their eyes to ward Flag Pole Hill tonight to witness the lighting of four floodlights which will illumi nate the 70foot pole and Old Glory nightly In case youre late to night glance at Flag Pole Hill later and every night here after its really a beautt ful sight I ucky to be al WS SUrgeon Wlth Scalia guffered he held his neck very stiff and erect Had he relaxed the re sult might have been fatal Duane Thomas 37 of Three Springs RD 1 near Saltillo also is in serious condition The hospital spokesman said he is fairly well but quite uncomfor table with fractured ribs lacer ation of the head abrasians of the shoulders and a back injury Thomas was the driver of the 195 1965 Ford pickup truck owned by Dale Miller Inc contractor Huntingdon Melvin Nonemaker 37 Three Springs the third person in the Contd on Page 13 day the plan to be presented to the Legislature this week would avoid both other plans and bring about a more equita ble solution to the states budgettax problems The new plan which Fleming said would be presented to the Rapublican and Democratic caucuses in both the Senate and House involves broadening the state sales tax to include cloth ing and other currently tax exempt Items and cutting Just about In half the million in business taxes now in the Senate The Allegheny lican said business cannot be saddled with the entire burden for raising the needed new rev enue and the new plan would divide more equally between business and the consumer that burden While the plan appears satis factory to Senate Republican leaders its reception in other quarters may be less than en thusiastic House Speaker Herbert Fine man a Democrat says he is certain House democrats will not be receptive to the idea He said the plan is too heavily against the consumer and places a great burden on the poor and lower middle Contd on Page 2 INSIDE THE NEWS v iIIl dnu me 115111 gouura Ciiljll senior high assembly will begin tying for second place were ten Bruno To Give Address Tomorrow area residents They were Michael Kennedy Jr Maple ton Depot Butch Yelovich Coim try Club Road Mount Union Frank Pollicino 119 Ridge Street Mount Union Philip H Ann Landers 7 Classified Ads 16 17 Comics15 Crossword17 Football Contest 8 9 Obituaries 2 Penna Story 6 Society and Club14 Through These Doors 3 at 10 am Both programs will take place in the high school auditorium and are open to the public Apppropriately the two pro grams will be opened with the student body and chorus singing Jung PO Box 212 Mount Union the National Anthem followed by Sallie M Hicks 1201 Mifflin led the flag salute led by Cynthia Hughes president of the junior high council and Mike Goodman president of the senior high stu dent council Presenting talks on the sub ject How Veterans Day Named will be Rane Posey junior high and Gary Hayduk senior hieh Street Huntingdon Sharlene M Rinker Box 243 Mount Un ion Mrs Harris Wallace PO Box 297 Huntingdon George C Cook RD 3 Huntingdon Velma Donelson RD l SaxtonCoy N Huntingdon Plans Orbisonia Car Stolen Parade Program WU1 Veterans tomorrow with a street parade and a program atop Flag Pole Hill f811 aslant to the superintendent of the Huntingdon was icks RD 1 Mount Union Each will be the main speaker at the 11 am will receive a merchandise cerceremony tificate in the amount of Tfte public is invited to attend and may be redeemed at any of tne holiday program on Flag Pole Luke Simpson junior highand the participating stores Hill and view the street parade Contd on Page 6 Just a reminder to allyoufootA11 borough residents are urged ball contestants this is the last to display the American Flag on week for the contest If you want Veterans Day particularly along to try your luck for the first tne Parade route prize of 33250 better dosonow The Veterans Day observance for we wont be hearing from you is sponsored jointly by Standing until 1970 Stone Post No 1754 Veterans WEATHER New Instruction Media Explained Melvin Isett of Huntingdon TV CablCompany Inc and Mrs Pain Miller principal and teacher of social studies at the Woodcock Valloy Schol are shown in a scene that has become typical in area schools Installation of television outlets in classrooms by the cable company has paved the way for utlization of a mv nwiia obstruction for area children Mostly cloudy and little change In temperature today and tonight Patchy fog de veloping tonight High today in the upper 40s to the lower 30s Low tonight in the upper 30s to the low 40s Tues day variable cloudiness and a little wanner High in the in Id iiOs The outlook for Wednesday mostly cloudy and mild with a chance of show ers Scores Juniata 14 Western Maryland 12 Huntingdon 14 0 Mount Union 12 Bellwoou So Huntingdon 28 Bucktail 0 Lock Haven 13 Philipsburg 12 Iowa 28 Indiana 17 Florida 13 Georgia 13 tie Missouri 44 Oklahoma 10 Albright 15 Lebanon Valley 0 Susquehanna 23 Wagner 6 Contd on Page 13 of Foreign Wars ana Frank P Hommon Post No 24 American Legion Victor King junior vice com mander of the American Legion will be the parade chairman In case of bad weather the parade will be cancelled The parade will form at 930 on Tenth Street between Mifflin and Moore It will move on Mif Contd on Page 2 CARL RBRUNO Law enforcement officers are searching for a 1961 Chevrolet sedan green in color which was stolen in Orbisonia on Saturday between am and 4 pm The car is the property of David Pollock Orbisonia State Police believe the car 5 may have been stolen by Charles Christopher Holt 22 of I Charleston S C Holt is blamed for taking a 1968 Chevrolet Malibu hardtop under false pretense from the Gray Chevrolet Garage at Tan nersvllle Monroe County at 5 pm Friday The 1968 Chevrolet Malibu out of gas was found near the Pollock home in Orbisonia where the other car was stolen The keys were In the Pollock vehicle Police In a 13state area were advised that there also was a Pennsylvania registration plate in the stolen Pollock car 82422V and it Is expected that the thief might be using It instead of the plate assigned to it for Pollocks use   

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