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   Daily News (Newspaper) - November 14, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                Libra ry DIAL MISS CLASSIFIED 6434040 or 5424641 THE DAILY NEWS SDtE CENTS PEK COPV HIM INGDON and WH IMON FRIDAY NOVKMBER 11 6434040 NO 246 Apollo 12 Astronauts Rocket Into Orbit For Americas Second Expedition On Moon StatesBudgetBattleRestsOnDeadCenterYankee GliPPer Is Beginning 10Day Million Mile Trip Loss In Blair Co Leaders Far Apart On Tax Plans Planl BIaze ALTOONA Pi HAfJRTSBVRG vtPI The age was estimated at 5000000 oldest established permanent in a fire which wrecked the floating budget battle in PennShaw Bros Inc meat packing sylvania was on dead center toplant a Newry Blair County no one was prepared about eight miles south of here to bet just how and when it Thursday would end Thirtyfive plant employes es With the Commonwealths caped without injury 196970 fiscal year already 40 Amos and Melvin Shaw jper ill Have A Party Prince Charles Turns 21 Today Trial Of Cases Is the future Kinc Charles of royal pomp and the per cent history Democrats and Republicans in the legislature were far apart in designing a tax program to complete the General Fund Budget fT said fiscal year And to complicate matters the states highway program suffered a rude jolt Thursday when plans to raise some million by increasing vehicle registration fee suddenly bew up in the Senate Without the funds to complete the General Fund Budget the Commonwealth many of the schools ard hospitals it aids and an undetermined number of college students on scholarships have been furred Contd on Page 7 Comd on Page 2 LONDON UPD Prince Charles in of England turned 21 today in a swinging style of a jetap monarch Ti occasion rendered him a has just about WEATHER w a un Meet everything Aniv his birthday fturth one Heaw snow warnings con tinued today Snow occas ionally mixed with rain this morning changing to snow this afternoon with accumulations of four inches or more b evening Highs today raid 30s to low 40s Colder with snow diminishing to flurries late tonight windy Lows lower to mid Os Cloudy windy and cold with snow flurries Saturday Highs in the 20s Outlook for Sunday continued cold with snow flurries Rap On Civil Javits Refuses To Back Haynsworth WASHINGTON UPI Sen Jacob K Javits RNY said today Clement F Haynswonh Jrs views on civil rights were so out of date and insensitive to the rights of blacks he could not support his Supreme Court nerpinanor Neary Named Director Of State ACS With forma debate on the controversial nomination under way at last Javits said he had reviewed evensegregation concurring or wrote since he vent or the federal circuit bench in 1957 I think this review demon strates that with the exception of one or two cises in which it would have been almost impos sible to decide the case the other way Judge Haynsworth has been consistently in error svstematicaliy and relentlessly opposed to implementation of the Supreme Courts 1954 Arthur R Neary 2206 Cis adv Avenue Huntingdon a irominent area businessman has een elected to a threeyear erm as a directoratlarge of the Pennsylvania Division Am erican Cancer Society He is i memberoftheHunttogdonCoundesegregation decision and con ty unit sistently sympathetic to every The election was held at the new device for delay of jrganizations 25th Anniversary desegregation Javits said Annual Meeting in Lancaster President Nixon named Thursday More than 400 second Su gates and volunteer leaders from preme Court throughout the state attended August to succeed Abe Fortas Penn State football coach Joe who resigned under fire Paterno was appointed to head Javits1 opposition to Hayns the 1970 educational and fundworth had been announced raising Crusade of the Society previously thus not changing The announcement of Paternos the UPI box score of senators Contd on Page 5 Contd on Page 7 Fewest On Power Pav For Tax V Collectors Approved The Huntingdon County Com missioners approved payment of S1S723S1 yesterday to 46 tax collectors The total represented commissions for the collection of 1969 county taxes to date Payments went to all but one of the county tax collectors Coal monts return now completed was not ready In time tc be in cluded in yesterdays paymetrt Chairman Gordon Haver stock presided at the regular Thursday business neeting held at the courthouse Commission ers Henry C McCamanat and James DiCoslmo secretary also attended the session along with Lewis F Greene chief clerk Approval of two liquid fuels tax payments was voted Barree Contd on Pace 5 Rogers Sees TV 1 TP iNeed lo Swap Secrets WASHINGTON UPI cretary of State William P Rogers says the United States and Russia may have to swap some military secrets to lay the basis for an agreement on limiting strategic nuclear wea pons The secretary said in a speech to a group of retired American diplomats Thursday night that SovietAmerican talks on this subject will require discussion of military matters by both sides in which the veil of secrecy will have to be if not lifted at least refashioned Rogers said however that the risks inherent in this process as well as risks of Soviet attempts to cheat on any agreement were minor com CContd on Pasre 31 presents urv a millionaires taxfree stocks jewels priceless art objects a Main did tape recorder and one of the parties of the decade ToU iv Charles Prince of Trial of cases continued today at the November Term o f Hunt ingdon County Criminal Court Judge R Merle Heffner is pre siding at the session and District Attorney Newton CTaylor is rep resenting the Commonwealth The third case for trial this week was scheduled to be handed to a urv this morning and the Commonwealth vs Robert G Cutslvall Box ISThree Springs R D WOP then slated to open Cutsliall is charged with tipsy driving tiie prosecutor being Sgt Lawrcnce Knnblc Jr a member of the Mount Union Waies starts coUecting Departmcnt One defendant was acquitted by annual income from the of Cornwall It could DI d uble a jury yesterday ard in another Charles has ceded half the trial Judc Heffner sustauied demurrer and dismissed the case com inborn o the British govern ment Instead of a formal portrait Cnaries tircuiated to newspa pers a Piciure of himself as dashins airplane pilol Glanc over his shoulder a and hvo women at ves after the Commonwealth pleteii its testimony A Petersburg man Ross G a Metz was adjudged not guilty of tipsy driving by a jury of 10 HIS FUTURE is looking up Young Alexander Onassis stepson of Jacqueline Ken nedy Onassis has been pro moted to chief of the light air taxis and heli Olympic Air wavs owned bv his father CAPE KENNEDY UPI America launched a three man Apollo 12 crew toward the moon today to set up a nuclear powered scien tific uase and begin mans first true exploration of another world Despite a cliffhanger lem with a hydrogen fuel tank during the countdown Navy commanders Charles Pete Conrad 39 Alan L Bean 37 and Richard F Gordon 40 successfully rode a 75mllllon pound thrust Saturn 5 into the skies to begin their 253617 mile lunar journey The astronauts arose at am and had the traditional spacemens special orange juice steak eggs coffee and and then suited up for their mission They arrived at the launch pad at am and boarded an elevator that took them to the top of the 363foot tall Saturn 5 rocket which they rode into space The astronauts thundered off the launch pad at am EST Conrad and Beans families crown Mwick across his foreheai Orirle is shown Contd on Pige 7 terday afternoon The panel had f deliberated on a verdict for about M Oil lit 1 lllOtl spcakin into the pilots mike of hre UouK and returned to the courtroom on two occasions with questions for the court Mrs Alice Heine Huntingdon R D 2 was the jury foreman Mete was arrested following an accident on Route 22 Warrior Ridge on Sapt 2 196S State Police testified that a Ford station wagon owned by Metz crashed into Contd on Page 7 License Selling Ring Is Cracked Yule Home Lighting Event Set Agent Says Statement Was False CHICAGO police undercover agent has testified that he ma do a false signed statement to a lawyer the Chicago Seven Irving Bock said under cross examination Thursday that he signed a statement June 30 which said I never heard any of the eight persons Indicted suggest any criminal activity as a plan of operations for the demonstrations He then ad mitted his statements were untrue even though they were made under oath and all were were on hand at Cape Kennedy for the launch as were Defens lawvers tfld were President Nixon his wife Pat to cross examlnatlon their daughter Tricia and vice of Bockj a key prosecutlon president and Mrs Spiro T witness in the trial 0 seven men charged with conspiring to Charles Pete Conrad Richlnclto rlols at 1968 ard F Gordon and Alan L Democratlc Natlonai Conven Bean were awakened at tinn am after an eighthour sleep Contd on Page 2 Ho nad testified earlier that Contd on Page 2 Heavy Snow Warnings In Effect Heavy snow warnings were in PHILADELPHIA CUP 10 State Police said Thursday they have cracked a scheme of sell ing drivers licenses at huge fees to immigrants and other people who could not pass state examinations Four Philadelphia men were arrested including two civilian driver examiners at the Bel mont barracks here and an auto rental agent and a barber who effect for Western Pennsylvania State Police identified as conand Western New York state tact men today in expectation of the Fred Sweeney 4S and Adolseasons first major snowstorm phus F Wood Jr 36 exam inThe US Weather Bureau ers since March 1967 Simon said residents should be pre Rogers 38 a North Philapared for seven to nine inches delphia barber and Michael of snow today Diplilla 3S a rental agent near Three inches of snow fell at the barracks were all charged Canton and Akron in Northern with conspiracy and larceny Ohio Thursday night four The examiners were also inches was on the ground at charged with falsification of recSault Ste Marie Mich and Contd on Page 3 Contd on Page 7 Near Cambodian Border 100 Wounded South Viet Camp Target For Raid Awards for the Christmas Home Lighting Contest in Mount Union Borough were discussed at the recent meeting of the Mount Union Borough Chamber of Commerce The awards are to be as fol lows first S25 second third S10 there will be ten fourth awards of each and ten honorable mentions SAIGON UPI North Vietnamese regulars apparently A community survey of Mount operating from the sanctuary of Cambodia invaded a South Union made by Duane Stroman Vietnamese border camp this morning in fighting that wound Contd on Page 7 ed about 100 of the defenders IfvSIDE THE NEWS Agnew Attacks 3 Television Networks For Coverage DES vorxES Iowa VPI ice President Splro T Agnew strongly criticized television overage of President Nixons ov 3 Vietnam speech Thurs lay complaining It was subject o instant analysis and queru lous criticism He said the content of television news shown to 50 million Americans is in the jands of a dozen people and challenged the networks to improve the quality and objectivity of news presenta tion The presidents of the three major networks all of which carried Agnws speech to some 400 persons at a Midwest Republican dinner live made statements Julian Goodman president of N3C said evidently he would prefer a different kind of television one that would be subservient to whatever politi cal group wis in authority1 CBS President Frank Stanton said spech wis an unprecedented attempt to a news medium1 ABCs Leonard H Goldenson said We will continue to report the news accurately and fully confident in the ultimate judgment of the American public Subjected To Instant Analysis Agnew complained that when President Nixon finished his Vietnam speech his words and policies Wre subjected to Ann Landers 8 Building Page10 Classified Ads 14 15 Comics13 Courthouse Roundup 10 Crossword15 Farm Page 9 School Page11 Society Club12 Television Programs 8 9 Field reports said some of the Saigon armys losses came when a South Vietnamese air force plane accidentally dropped a load of bombs into the midst of the beleaguered outpost one mile from Cambo dia There were no reports of deaths on either side The camp lies one mile from Bu Prang a US Green Beret enclave 112 miles northnorth west of Saigon in the midst of a 7000man North Vietnamese buildup said to include tanks UPI photographer Kent Pot ter reported from the battle zone that the North Vietnamese broke into the South Vietna mese camp from two sides behind a barrage of mortar and rocket fire US helicopters weathered heavy fire from guerrilla machine guns and antiaircraft guns to rescue the wounded and evacuate them to the Green Beret outpost at Bu Prang The stuff ground fire was all around me for one full minute and we didnt get hit said one pilot WO David Contd on Page 7 Carrv Names Of Viet War Dead March Against Death Is Under Way In Washington Lone Inductee For November Huntingdon County sent only one inductee today to fill the No instant analysis and querulous vember 19C9 quota He Is Paniel D Rhodes of Aitch and he is WASHINGTON UPI by one they came all through the cold and misty night walking single file solemn and silent lighted candles cupped in their hands Through the deserted streets past the sleeping White House and on to the empty Capitol they bore on thousands of cardboard signs the names of Americas Vietnam War dead The march against death began at the gates of Arlington National Cemetery at pm tions will climax Saturday with a mass march down Washing tons famous Pennsylvania Semiflnalists In Semlfinallsts have been chosen in the FarmCity Week speech contest banquet chairman Austin EST Thursday and was sche McBride announced today The duled to continue without letup speeches are the highlight of the mooncraft He was scheduled to Avenue No Violence Mars Drama No violence marred the early hours of the antiwar street drama in the nations capital But government officials tak ing no chances held almost 40000 police paratroopers Marines and National Guards men in readiness to cope with any outbreak of trouble Proceeding with business as usual President Nixon planned to fly to Cape Kennedy Fla at ajn to witness the launching of the Apollo 12 for hours It was the opening FarmCity Week program and event tnree of conclude in the selection of the return to the White House late this afternoon and officials saM criticism shown with Huntingdon VFW Commander Charles Lindsay left demonstrations in support of Huntingdon County Dairy Am he would remain there through The f ince of 70 mllion who presented Rhodes with a money gift as a token of appreciation immediate and complete US bassador for 1969 out Saturdays mass march to hear from the VFW Rhodes travelled by bus to New Cumberland withdrawal from Vietnam The banquet for which plans Nixon beat the demonstrators Contd on 3 Army Dtpot for processing and assignment The demonstn Contd on Page 2 on Page 5   

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