Huntingdon Daily News, November 25, 1969

Huntingdon Daily News

November 25, 1969

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Daily News (Newspaper) - November 25, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania DIAL MISS CLASSIFIED 6434040 or 5424641 THE DAILY NEWS P fOL 48 CENTS PER COW HUNTINGDON and MOUNT UNION TUESDAY NOVEMBER 25 1969 PHONE 6434040 NO 255 rand Jury Busy 5 Guilty Pleas card By Heffner The grand jury for the November Term of Huntingdon County I Criminal Court reconvened today after cutting an 18case swath through a nearrecord workload yesterday afternoon The panel approved 16 of 18 cases presented to It on Monday by District Attorney Richard W Llnton Two cases were dis missed with the costs being placed on the county Respected Go Slow Being Eyed HELSINKI I tic sources said today the United States and the Soviet Union may seek a go slow agreement on the development new weapons systems during their talks on curbing the arms race The purpose of the current Strategic Arms Limitation Talks SALT would be frus trated if both sidei rushed the deployment of new multiple warhead missiles and antimis sile systems the sources said US and Soviet negotiators who have met in three working sessions since the talks opened a week ago are still reportedly some way from agreement on the arrangements for fullscale negotiations Both sides are exchanging general outlines on weapons systems to be included in later negotiations which will proba bly begin sometime early next year The exchanges to date are reported by diplomatic sources to have shown a similarity of views among both super powers in their general ideas on how the intricate negotiations could be approached No options have so far been closed by either side according Contd on Page 2 Seventyfour bills of indict ment still remain to be acted upon by the 2 3me Tiber panel It is expected that the grand iurors will be in session today and tomorrow in order to dis pose of all the cases Judge R Merle Heffner Is pre siding at this session of court and yesterday afternoon he appointed John J Rhodes of Port er Township retired postal em ploye to serve as foreman of the grand jurors Fifteen guilty pleaswere heard yesterday in a little over an hours time by Judge Heffner This will save the grand jury a long period of time since the defendants waived presentation of their cases to the panel Twentyfour grand jurors re sponded when the roll was called at yesterday afternoon by Calvin T Walker clerk of court Six members of the panel had been excused earlier MrsSusan Cipar of Huntingdon was excused in open court at her request bringing the array to 23 the max imum number set by statute District Attorney Linton start ed presenting cases to the grand jury soon after Judge Heffner spoke to the panel on its duties and responsibilities Court did not adjourn until last even ing Attorney Joseph W Mullin the public defender was In court during the day attending the duties of his new office FIRST GUILTY PLEA Jonathan EPeachey23Belle ville R D was the first de fendant to plead guilty at court Monday He was arrested by Contd on Page 6 Senate Is Voting Today On Income Tax Surcharge MELVIN D McCORKLE Mount Union Educator Expires A well known and respected Mount Union educator Melvin D McCorkle died this morning at oclock in the J C Blair Memorial Hospital Huntingdon following a lengthy illness McCorkles career with the Mount Union Area Schools began in 1957 when he was chosen for the position of junior high school principal of the Captain Jack Schools He had served as supervising principal of the Mount Union system since Feb ruary 19 G4 At the time of his death Mc Corkle was serving his second term as president of the Mount Union Chamber of Commerce He was a past president and member of the Mount Union Ro tary Club and past president of the Huntingdon CountyPrincipals Association McCorkle graduated from the Altoona High School class of 1942 and Juniata College in 1952 In 1955 he received his masters degree in school administration from the Pennsylvania Siate Uni versity Contd on Page 9 Charity Can Be Profitable Under Existing Tax Rules Santa Glaus In Mount Union President Calls For Extention WASHINGTON UPI Tax payers who profit from their charities are major targets of the tax reform bill being debated in the senate Bjt not as nrjch as in the housepassed measure Maybe you dont know it but there are ways of giving to charity and finishingup with more money than you started with You heard it right the first time There are gimmicks in the tax law so that sornr wealthy people can give whopping amounts to charity and be left with more cash in the bank than if they hadnt been charitable at all For example a businessman finds he will finish the year in the 70 per cent income tax bracket From there on for every of individual income he keeps only the Internal Revenue Service IRS gets He mght just as well be charitable so with his tax lawyer they work out a deal where his charity will not only cost him nothing but hell profit from it Heres how he Joes it The businessman gives say of his inventory to som favorite charity Its a bone fide deal The inventory is worth on the market and the charity can get that amount for it The merchandise or property or whatever it happens to be only cost the businessman If he had sold that inventory and given the cash to the charity he would have had to pay in taxes 70 per cent of the gain So he saves that in individual income taxes But thats not all As a second benefit he is allowed to deduct the full the charitable organization will get from the fair market of the inventory And that means he saves more in taxes on other income he acquired just so long as he hasnt gone beyond a 30 per cent ceiling on Contd on Page 9 F rlUdy WASHINGTON UPI Friday November 28 the day votes today on a youngsters in the Mount Union proposal to allow the income area want to remember Santa tax surcharge to expire at the Glaus will make his appearances end this vear rather than in Mount Union at pm and extending it for six more pm months as President Nixon Santa will ride into town atopwants one of the fire trucks of the Tne move would cost the Mount Union Fire Company Hoigovernment billion it iday music will be provided by expects to collect through the the Mount Union AreaSeniorHigh extension of the tax through School Band and the Mount Union June 30 at half of its Area Junior High Band current 10 per cent rate The lolly old man from the President Nixon argues the North Pole will be at his usual extension is a vital part of his location on the steps of the First program to control inflation Contd on Page 9 Short Bear At Mount Union On Monday Season To Directors Have Treasury Secretary David M Kennedy hinted last week the administration might even ask a further extension for the last six of 1970 because inflation has proven more enduring than the administra tion thought But Sen Harry F Byrd Jr DVa says the government will lose the peoples faith if it Chase Supply Helicopters Reds Intensify Shelling Of Camp SAIGON UPI North Vietnamese troops in the foothills around the U S Green Beret camp at Bu Prang intensified their shelling of the camp today killing one American and chasing off helicopters trying to bring in supplies New fighting was reported outside both Bu Prang and mese troops probing a govern Due Lap its sister outpost ment camp six miles away lost along the Cambodian frontier five mon killed The Saigon before the latest 50round Army soldiers lost one killed barrage of rockets mortar and two wounded in the brief rounds and recoilless rifle clash shells The two US Special Forces South Vietnamese troops camps have been under almost helping to defend Bu Prang 112 constant fire from an estimated miles northnortheast of Saigon 5000 North Vietnamese who killed 20 guerrillas a mile moved into the border area outside the outpost Monday NOV 1 night but lost six dead and 15 UPI photographer Dannis wounded themselves field reCook reported from Bu Prang ports said that one American was killed At Due Lap North Vietna Contd on Page 2 WEATHER Mostly sunny and warmer today High mid 40s to low 50s Mostly cloudy with a chance of showers tonight Low upper 20s to mid 30s C loudy windy and colder with a chance of showers or snow flurries Wednesday Highmid 30s to low 40s Thursdays outlook considerable cloudi ness and cold Post Office Thanksgiving Open Friday Huntingdon County bear hun ters will have only two days to harvest black bears this year According to field reports the bear supply in the Huntingdon Centre Mifflin County range is a little below normal but better than last year says William A Hodge supervisor of the South central Division of the Pennsyl vania Game Commission The season opens onehalf hour before sunrise on Friday No vember 28 and closes at sunset on Saturday November 29 Legal hunting hours are from onehalf hour before sunrise until sunset each day The season for bear will be the shortest on record Statewide reports Hodge bear hunters were unusually succes sful in 1966 and 1967 with 605 and 368 bruins reported being harvested Bears reproduce only every other year and a female is three years old before giving birth to her first cubs so the population of bears does not recover from heavy harvests nearly as rapidly as most other species of wildlife Contd on Page 2 Lengthy Meeting Major topics of discussion at the regular session of the Mount Union Area School Board included the review of state salary acts 403 and 96 the athletic committee report changes in the Student Discipline Policy intramural sports program and consideration of a tutoring program conducted by the Neighborhood Center School board president Clyde Leighty conducted the busy ses sion last night in the high school library Directors on hand were Mrs Martha Grove the Rev E Z Utts Joseph Barrett Larry Brown Russell Headings Ray McMullen Bruce Bratton and ad visory member Lantz Harry Marvin Ginsburg field repre sentative of Pennsylvania Fed fidence in government because the leaders of government tell do somethi el B tol J Cont d on gy i Rejects CHICAGO Dis M CQUrt Judge JuHus j eration of Teachers reviewed Hoffman has rejected another FT BENNING Ga The Army says 1st Lt William L Calley Jr will remain free pending his courtmartial on charges of murdering 109 men women and children in a South Vietnamese village Released on his own recogni zance Calley 26 has been assigned to the deputy com mander of the hugh army base His duties are administrative There are no demands placed on him in this job an Army spokesman said His first priority is his own defense Maj Gen Orwin C Talbott commanding general at Ft Benning signed the court martial orders Monday and directed that it be held on a cation of theJuniataValleySchool capital basis That means if Distrlct is attempting to resolve Calley is convicted the penalty a snag ln tne busing of children Contd on Page 9 Solution To Busing Snag Sought The complete board of edu Acts 403 and 96 and Informed the board the salary of several teachers was not on scale ac cording to these acts Board defense motion to dismiss charges against seven persons charged with conspiracy to solicitor Attorney J C Schock Dem0cratic asked Ginsburg to submit per tinent facts on the CambriaCoun ty and Wilkes Barre cases con incite riots during the 1968 National Conven Auto Hits Kills Deer cerning these acts to him and Hoffman was to Monday on a have ruled suppress the records of the noted the board woul take prompt chicago pollce uridercover sub action to rectify any errors and versive squad He post d a make necessary revisions Holiday service will be main tained at the Huntingdon Post Office on Thanksgiving Thur sday Nov 27 Kenneth A Brandt officer in charge said today No window service will be provided except that a call window will be opened for a period of two hours 9 a m to 11 am to hand out mail to Contd on Page INSIDE THE NEWS A complete and Informative rullng Ann Landers10 Classified Ads10 11 Comics 9 Counselors Corner 12 Crossword11 Society Club 7 Sports 4 Apollo 12 Astronauts In Great Shape Following Fiery Reentry Charles Conrad Jr UPIThe three Apollo 12 astronauts in excellent shape following the fiery reentry of the space capsule Into the earths atmosphere steamed toward Honolulu today aboard this aging World War II attack carrier The moon men Charles Pete Conrad Alan L Bean and Richard F Gordon wiil be flown from Hawaii to the Manned Spacecraft Center on the edge of Houston where they will be quarantined until Dec 10 to assure they brought back no deadly moon bugs Within ten minutes after the astronauts went Into quarantine aboard the Hornet NASA physician Clarence Jernlgan pronounced them In excellent condition Conrad Gordon and Bean landed flawlessly in the rolling South Pacific at pm EST after a blazing reentry at temperatures ranging up to 5000 degrees It was right on the money Conrad said The splashdown in 24milean hour winds and 11foot seas ended a 10day halfmillion mile round trip to the Ocean of Storms where Conrad and Bean walked twice on the surface and left behind a geological experiment station expected to broadcast information back for at least a year Promoted on Spot President Nixon who wit nessed their launch into low clouds over Cape Kennedy telephoned them Inside their Isolation trailer and promoted them on the spot from Navy com minders to captains Contd on Page 5 Richard F Gordon today In arguing against the athletic report was distributed defense motion dismissal of to directors and explained by the trla Qn the gpounds jt Joseph Barrett a member of the a chining on the rignts committee The committee and of free speech Attorney Trojan representatives met with Thomas A Foran said the coaches athletic director and pirst Amendment is a thousand administrators and compiled the ranes from wnat is following recommendations in the involved in this casel interest of football and school sports program 1That im Contd on Page 9 mediate attention and action be Contd on Page 6 MayOF Dismissal Of Teacher PH1LIPSBURG Pa UPI Mayor Clifford A Johnston told about 600 parents of public school children Monday night a teacher Thomas Froehlich was tending to corrupt the morals of his students Johnston who also is presi dent of the PhllipsburgOsceola Taxpayers Power League ob jected to psychedelic posters made by junior high school stu dents in Froehlichs class He demanded that Froehlich be dis missed The majority of the parents attending a meeting in a high school gymnasium indicated they supported Johnstons demand an observer said The mayor said he went to Froehllchs classroom last Thursday with four ministers and 20 parents They were shocked by posters some pic luring nude females which dealt with love hate peace sex and LSD he said Neither Froehllch nor the su pervising principal of the schools would comment on Johnstons demand Russell M Lucas principal of Contd on Page 9 at Waterslreet caused by the hazardous conditions existing along U S Route 22 just west of that community Nine members of the board and the three memberselect at tended last evenings regular ses sion of the board Also present A deer was killed and a Berks were the administrators of the County womans car was damaged school wd the members of the S200 last evening when it flipped juniata Valley School Building over in a field along the Cold Authority Springs Road inOneidaTownship Dr H William Stewart board north of Huntingdon president conducted the session The woman driver Irene M In regard to the bad stopj a Engle 27 of 2428 Penn Avenue number of proposals have been West Lawn a student a Pennsyltried and district highways of vania State University escaped flcials have checked into the si injury in the pm mishap tuation along with members of She was travelling north on the Pennsylvania State Pollce and Legislative Route 31048 operaresidents of the area ting a963Chevrolet coupe About The board last evening went two miles north of Huntingdon on motjon to petition the Morris she noticed a deer standing on Township supervisors to acquire the west berm of the highway a small triangle of ground about She slowed her car but as she 50 feet by 100 feet at lts widest approached the deer ran west at the point wnere the Hungry to east into her path The woHollow road comes out onto Contd on Page 9 Contd on Page 2 Senate Ignores Blue Law Repeal Alan L Bean HARRISBURG UP The Senate turned aside legislation Monday night that would have ended Pennsylvanias venerable prohibitions against movies athletics and drama on Sun days The bill which would repeal many of the socalled Sunday Blue Laws was returned auto matically to the state govern ment committee when It was passed over by the Senate Under Senate rules a bill must be acted on within 10 leg Islative days or it Is recom mitted The Houseapproved measure would have legalized nearly all forms of organized public enter talnment on Sundays Voters In any municipality could restore the proscriptions through av flrmative votes In referendum1 Many cities notably Phlladel phla and Pittsburgh have en acted laws specifically permit ting Sunday entertainment that is banned by the Blue Laws elsewhere in the Common wealth Senate sources said there was little chance that the measure would be revived during the current session It was passed by the House on June 17 by a vote of 1932 In other action Monday the Senate defeated legislation that would have raised the filing fees for new renewal and transfer applications for state liquor licenses The vote was 1923 The measure would have raised the fees for new liquor license applications from to for renewals from to and for transfers from to Meanwhile 11 senators pro posed a study by the Joint state government commission Into the effects of a criminal record on juveniles and adults under Contd on Page 9 ;

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