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   Daily News (Newspaper) - November 24, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                DIAL MISS CLASSIFIED 6434040 or 5424641 THE DAILY NEWS Library VOL 48 KJNE CENTS PEH COPY HUNTINGDON and MOUNT UNION MONDAY NOVEMBER 24 1969 PHONE 6434040 NO 254 In Exchange Of Raids Israeli Planes Pound West Bank US Sends Troops Back To Border SAIGON US military command disclosed today it has dispatched Ameri Israel said its warplanes capped a weekend of battling across can troops to reinforce South the Suez Canal with afourhour night raid against Egyptian positions Vietnamese soldiers who had along the waterways west bank their heaviest such strike to date been going it alone against a Communist threat along the Cambodian border The disclosure came in an announcement that US 4th Infantry Division troops had fought a 15minute battle Sunday in the highlands region where until now only govern ment soldiers had been used against the 5000man guerrilla threat Eight Americans were wound ed in the brief attack against Apollo 12 Streaking Toward Pacific Ocean Splashdown From Cairo the Egyptian command said the air raiders were turned back repeatedly Sunday night by its antiaircraft batteries One Egyptian soldier was wounded Tel Aviv said the raids follower heavy artillery duels across the 102mile waterway Sunday afternoon Three Israeli soldiers suffered wounds in the exchange The duration of the Israeli air attacks made it the longest night raid mounted to date across the Suez Canal Until recently the Israeli air force had confined its strikes to the In US Senate Biggest Tax Reform Bill Debated WASHINGTON UH gress heads into a holiday shortened weekend today with the biggest tax reform bill in modern history finally arriving In A the rioting tegan on the Senate floor for debate after automobile loaded with The tax measure a version rtMvelice said they which has already passed the t te d in more Arab been entrusted with the entire Due To Senate FootDragging School Bus Law Delayed One Year HARRISBURG UPI The effective date of a major piece of their camp miles northeast school bus safety legislation has been delayed by one year because House would cut personal income taxes for most Ameri cans by some billion by 1972 It is also designed to bring the Treasury billion in net taxes by sealing loopholes that have allowed some individuals and corporations to escape paying some taxes The item is expected to be the subject of Senate floor debate for at least two weeks possibly for most of the rest of this year Congress will be in session until late Wednesday when it will begin a Thanksgiv ing Day holiday its seventh official recess of the year The lawmakers will return Dec 1 Treasury Secretary David M Kennedy said the administra tion is quite concerned that Contd on Page 11 out side the Arab secti the two men inside Police said a number of policemen were injured in Contd on Page 11 of Ban Me Thuot and 175 miles of the failure of northeast of Saigon Spokesmen months said the attackers escaped without a loss No official reason was given for moving the US soldiers into the area The South Vietnamese 23rd Division had I C I ITTPFPfj the state Senate to act on it for five and a half The bill would require Pennsyl vanias 13000 school buses to be equipped with flashing amber lights that would warn motor ists that the vehicle was pre paring to stop and discharge school children The amber lights would supplement the standard red lights which now flash when school buses are halted The legislation was recom WEATHER Partly cloudy and mild to day High in the 40s Fair and cold tonight Low mid 20s to low 30s Increasing cloudiness and warmer Tues day with chance of showers Tuesday right High Tuesday mid 40s to low 50s Wed nesdays outlook cloudywindy and turning colder with showers Allied counterthrust in a major kiliine test of its ability toSoit a10116 Kv I OH OTP 10111 g The commander of all US JUUUgC troops in the threatened region pARs upl Ambassador a specjal bipartisan U Oen Julian J hweU told a H a news conference today he was f t y sroup WIUL oreu stern rebuttal todav to allega 1011 fhp amhpr lipht rpanirp confident of the Saigon Armv s wnen uie amuer ugut requutr abilitv but added that I think by Vietnams cnief ment was invoked in New Jer fv m J Peace negotiator that the there a 73 per rent re the ARVN would have problems UnUed refuspd to 1 with a certain number of large enter sprret Auction in rearend collisions units without US support LQ who has announced Communist troops moved into hjs resi tion as tne chief v s the border sector in force Nov tiator was replying to an 1 forcing the abandonment of interview Kiven three Allied artillery bases and del te Xuan Tnuy putting pressure on two border Amerjcan newspaper Green Beret camps at Bu t int t Pransand Dur Lan First it is not true that I Aprll 15 and passed lpss tnan Earlv Sunday they were tave Ot been wllling t0 meet five weeks later a vote of thrown back in an alfempTo prlvitely utherwlse with 17911 But the Senate waited o Mr Thuy to discuss general until last week to approve jt ijp The bill which is the major Hanoi component of an extensive to an school bus safety package was introduced in the House on ovenun a South Vietnamese camp 1000 yards outside Bu H J N and he knows Contd on Page 8 problems concerning Vietnam wjth the result that the original very effective datenext Sept 1 Contd on Page 8 it Perhaps Now Theyll Talk Turkey Assembly Returns To Work In Unusual Holiday Session Lodge said Second it is also not true that in the private meetings which have been held I have only been willing to talk on only one that of mutual troop withdrawal He knows that too Third it is not true as alleged that the US wishes to continue the war in Vietnam and Is therefore inflexible Lodge said Contd on Page 11 Begins Duties At Abbey The Rev Samuel L Fisher most recently pastor of the United Church of Christ in Roaring Spring lias assumed his duties at Abbey United Church of Christ in Huntingdon He will be in stalled as twentieth pastor of the Huntingdon congregation on Sunday evening December 14 Mr Fisher is shown above in the study of the Abbey Church located on Fifth and Church Streets End Decade Of Space Exploration SPACE CENTER Houston Apollo 12s moon pilots streaked flawlessly toward a South Pacific homecoming to day In the finale of mans first decade of space exploraiion With their Yankee Clipper accelerating quickly In the everincreasing pull of earths gravity Charles Pete Con rad Richard F Gordon and Alan L Bean set their sights on a splashdown at Dm EST Were ready said Capt Carl J Seiberlich commander of the veteran recovery carrier Hornet which stood by in moderate seas under partly cloudy skies 405 miles southeast of Pago Pago The three Navy flyers brought back 80 to 90 pounds of rocks and soil from a lunar desert called the Ocean of Storms parts of a robot surveyor spacecraft that landed there in 1967 and knowledge that will clear the way for the launch of Apollo 13 on an even more ambitious expedition in March Contd on Page 3 HARRISBURG UPI The six top legislative leaders but uled as the week began General Assembly returns tothere were no sessions sched day for an unusual ing week session called by leaders in hopes of making some progress toward resolving the year long state budget stale mate INSIDE THE NEWS 12th St Choir For Although the lawmakers took the extraordinary step of meet ing just before a holiday there was little evidence to support any optimism that progress would be made Since last summer the attempts to end the fiscal deadlock have centered on meetings between Ann Landers 9 Classified Ads 16 17 Comics 15 Crossword 17 Editorials 6 Obituaries 2 Society Club 13 Sports 4 Through These Doors 12 The state Chamber of Com merce reported that Pennsylva nia Delaware and Wisconsin were the only states in the na tion with legislatures still trying to wrap up their 1969 delibera tions In addition to the everpresent Rehearsals by the choir of the fiscal problem there were a I2th Street United Methodist number of other issues facing Church of the anthem Give the legislators this week Thanks to God to be In the Senate a bill creating sune at the annual Community a single board to oversee policy Thanksgiving Service in the for the 14 stateowned colleges church are underway under the could be moved up for a floor direction of Mrs John Stayer vote Before leaving the capitol cholr director Laborites Abbey Church Will Bitter Over InstaU 2Qth Pastor Ub Policy Cambodia Complains About Raids LONDON UPI Leftwing The Rev Samuel L Fisher will be Installed as twentieth pastor of the Abbey United Labor party members of Church of Christ in Huntingdon parliament mustered forces 8 j i on Sunday evening December 14 today for a campaign aimed at pressuring the government to at 1 c Mr Fisher most recently pas renounce the US presence in etnam Christ Church in Roaring Their opposition to the war Spring officially began his duties the Huntingdon Church on No last week with heightened reports of an alleged massacre of South Vietnamese civilians 16 he preached his first sermon by US troops as Abbey pastor About 1500 antiwar demon ember L And on November While at Roaring Spring from strators flag in embassy 1961 to the present Mr Fishers burned an American congregation completed a relo cation project on a new five acre site The onequarter mil Contd on Page 11 Sponsored by the Huntingdon Area Council of Churches the front of the US in London Sunday shouting US murderers and victory to the NLF Viet The leftwing laborites called together their supporters for a lion dollar church and church school structure are half paid for reports Mr Fisher A native of Bellefonte he re service will be held Wednesday strategy meeting this morning ceived his education in the pub November 26 at pm with the Rev Harrison Price host pastor officiating and The Rev Samuel Fisher pastor of Abbey Contd on Page 11 following Foreign Secretary Michael Stewarts statement Sunday supporting the US effort in Vietnam Contd on Page 11 lie schools of Bellefonte and Mill Hall He earned his bachelor Violent Crime Occurs Frequently In US of arts degree with a maior in philosophy from the Pennsyl vania State University in 1958 and his bachelor of divinity de gree from LancasterTheological Seminary in 1961 In a continuing education pro gram he has participated in the following in 1962 a pastoral counseling instituteatPennState from 1965 to 1966 was enrolled in a clergy study program at General Theological Seminary New York City and in 1968 Contd on Page Driver Critically Injured A Petersburg young man Har vey R Port Jr 20 was crit ically injured last evening in a onecar accident on Route 305 about 15 miles south of Peters burg Port was rushed toConernaugh Valley Hospital at Johnstown by ambulance last evening to be under the careofaneurosurgeon State Police said the accident happened about 7 pm when Port was westbound toward Alexan dria Between the railroad bridge and the river bridge on Route 350 Port lost control of his 1969 Chevrolet coupe and the car DAK DAM Cambodia UPI ran off the right west side of Cambodian army official the highway and hit a concrete Sunday showed newsmen wideabutment spread damage he said was The front of the car was de caused last week by US air molished loss being set at raids on this outpost near the Huntingdon State Police in South Vietnamese border vestigated another weekend acci Col Sak Sutsakhan the dent on Saturday night at armys acting chief of staff pm on Route 45 about one mile told the newsmen and members south of Graysville in Franklin of the international control Township commission that 26 Cambodian Gregg R Bierei 19 of 1413 Marigold Drive Easton was northbound operatinga968Mus tang when a deer jumped from the east berm Into the path of the sports car Bierei hit the deer with the front of his car damaging the grille and hood soldiers were killed and 11 injured in the bombings He said the attacks were carried out between Nov 16 and 18 and that Cambodia had made a formal complaint to the UJM Security Council The US Command in areas Saigon announced last week that UaS planes had crossed into Cambodia to silence North Contd on Page 11 Loss was estimated at No person was injured in the mishap State Police said WASHINGTON UPI The commission said crime is olent crime ranging from gnawing at the vitals of urban homicide to America and the only hope for more frequently in the United relief is in a massive billion States than in any other dollar rebuilding of the cities modern stable nation in the The commission said surveys world according to a govern already report half of the ment report women and one fifth of the men TToc TVfilrl Anrl foT oit JLLaS iTlliU riHU Feels Kinda Like Youre Floating Pete Conrads Sons Most or us Enjoy Glider Trips The National Commission on in the nation fear to walk the Causes and Prevention of outdoors after sundown and Violence said the United States onethird of Americas house is the clear leader in the holders keep guns number of homicides rapes robberies and assaults com pared to its population Our homicide rate is more than twice that of our closest competitor Finland and from four to 12 times higher than the rates in a dozen other advanced countries including Japan Can FRIENDSWOOD Tex UPI Andy Conrad reporting from space When youre 10 years old 2000 feet feels like space even weather covered thoush you are the son Qf n OUr f Among the Commissions ada England and Norway the recommendations were in commission said in a 22page creased day and night foot report released Sunday patrols of slum ghettoes by Mild dry most of the nation today with Cnarles an old frontal systems in the east and space traveler coasting home to northwest providing light preci earth on the mooncraft Yankee Pltation Clipper Petes boy Andrew was Showers extended from the handed a UPI walkietalkie just causing Washington and Oregon coasts hp went aloft Sunday into the mountains of northern a soaring gllder piloted by a Idaho and western Montana family friend Scott Royce with snow in higher elevations M 0 m e n t s later Darrell In the east rain fell from Mack mannine the UPI base Tennessee and Kentucky into Royce How does it feel Andy It feels pretty funny Like a Saturn 5 I dont know what it feels like in a Saturn 5 How does it really feel up there I feel light and free Its kinda funny Its a lot different than a jet It feels kinda like youre floating Were getting ready to land now Are you scared No Im not scared at all Would you like to be a J wi Uj communicator set in the bureau soaring pilot Dr Milton S Eisenhower interracial police teams in ew England as a cold front 10 miles away was startled by Ye chairman of the commission creased policecommunityrela Passed over tfle APPatecMans a piping voice More than an astronaut Mackj ls AMERICAN ATROCITY IN ASIA Top shows the South Vietnamese hamlet where some 600 villagers allegedly were massacred by US troops early in 1968 In bottom photos two survivors display mutilated hands while describing the incident which is being probed by the Army Crlmina Investigation Division which was created by President tions in the ghettoes increased ie Hello Lyndon B Johnson after the experimentation with controlled fnd 5TT And assassinations of Martin Luther drug programs so addicts need e s This is who King Jr and Robert F not rob identification of rfa Kennedy said poverty not specific vlolenceprone persons L 1 Shn race is the underlying factor in and restrictive licensing of pened the Texas arpa violent crime handguns Contd on Page 8 This is Andy Andy Conrad What Wha This is Andy Were at 2000 feels real good Its sorta fun feet and climbing Im with Mr Contd on Page 11 Yes more than an astro naut Were landing Half an hour later another littleboy voice came in This is Chris Were at 1300 feet It   

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