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   Daily News (Newspaper) - November 26, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                DHL MISS CLASSIFIED 6434040 or 5424641 THE DAILY NEWS VOL 48 XSSS CETS HUNTINGDON and MOUNT UNION WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 26 1969 PHONE 6434040 NO 256 Thanksgiving Is for People Who Endure 5r DAVID POLING Thankscivins is bounty of life and The big word is thank God for tM However many know the oppos the yea is often true that discouragement a the agony and de and the eood thinss as they a thrciigh In his new for mast of us a pleasant reminder of the of lavish gifts that flow into our homes abundance and Thanksgiving is a time to boundless creation celebrate Thanksgiving because they hard times the uncertain returns of distress misfortune and failure It ose who have been through trials and thankful for Gods strength to handle When the harvest does come return they are not so thankful of or spiritual support that carried them Mahatma Gandhi Robert Payne describes the joy and suffering strategy and pain that sur rounded the slight Indian leader In 1532 while in prison Gandhi began a fast This was aimed at the Hindu culture is had enforced such shame and deg 1 caste system he Untouchables and his spiritual com of his Hindu opponents When the news was brought to his prison that reform would begin he ended his fas with a glass of orange juice His followers also in the prison courtyard broke into prayer and recaJiing a eld Bengali hymn of thanksgiving racation r official Gandh fasted for b Hutment broke the Virer grccf departed from come irih c bifst of song Almost in the same mood the Pilgrims gathered for Thanksgiving And they had been through a horror of their own They really expected much more from the New World Freedom of worship and political expression were highest on their priority list But near the top were glowing reports about the new country They were hardly prepared for sickness bad weather eternal winters and late crops Should we be so surprised that when Thanksgiving was declared after their first real harvest it was so widely celebrated and so reverently observed They were not ob serving a legal holiday they were praising God for life over death Thanksgiving Day is 100 per cent American But like all true American events it can find universal application America is that very best is always for export And while other countries and cultures do not have the offi cial designation for the day they do have people and events that demonstrate an understanding and a sharing We cant hold Thanksgiving or bottle it or denv it It circles this globe touching our tired spirits and worn bodies Thanksgiving is fopeople who endure reminding us that the greater the contest the greater the victory The Kercrerd kling is president cf the Christian Htnld Nixon Signs Historic Change InDraftLaws Solon At Closed Meeting President Director Party And Lighting Contest On Tap Grand TllTV Mapleton Visit Is Planned Santa To Adjourn Jolly old Sasts Claj will make his arua preChristrras visit ts the Uaplettm this year on Saturday evening Dec 20 starting with i tour of the borough at oclock re Vii juj tfjg annual Yule Audit Released t Schools Recipient airToHeadOf 68 Funds Seeking to adjourn by fall the grand jury for the No vember Term of Huntingdon County Criminal Coirt continued today to deliberate on bills of indictment bv District Attorney Richard Linton Under its foreman John J lighting contest are being spcnRhodes of Porter Township the sored by Mapiston American Le23member pane approved 32 lion Pest No 322 and the Maplebills of indictments yesterday ton Lions Club was dismbsed on Tuesday earlv vea Santa will travel in his sleigh On Monday afternoon the grand is drawn bv iiis own reindeer anc jurors acted on IS bills approving he will be escortec throigh the 16 and dismissing rwo coriniry by the Vapleton Fire Nineteen pleas of guilty have heard on the list of 109 Resor Will Tell About Massacre WASHINGTON CVFI The Nixon administration promising full compliance with international rules of warfare sent Army Secretary Stanley K Resor to Congress today to testify on the reported mas sacre of hundreds of South Vietnamese civilians by U S troops Beth the House and Senate Armed Services Committees T j TT called closeddoor meetings as U IlltS concern spread abeui the effect of the killines would have at A 1 TT home and overseas U It was the administrations first full congressional briefing A or in March 1965 massacre VllHUi at Senc My has led to charges of premeditated mur der against a platoon leader accused o killing at least 109 villagers including women a 2yearold child eiehth battle between Saison the SAIGON Xrth Viet namese troops shelled and then attacked a US armor camp along the Cambodian border this morning touching off the ad canel rosfram ad his TTje Mr ard Mrs George Brethren Abroad iireci a staples Martcrg West Gersary fer Aassociate professor ian a eber the Jus acuity sizce 1954 si has bee rrantei a tvcyear of aisesce from the col age t assume the pcsitic i he Harbors crosram Because of his interest in he program an his personal iperiesce Profess ar is especially yell qzaUQee r assrne the iLreciorshir at rrg accorisig 1 M Rocsveil dear iars The collere is reaily pieasel arc honcrei ty iavfes bees seiecie he The pro gran ill involve sore lan 3C college juniors fro si sis siiies receive by ae Juniaia Valley School District during the schco year ending June 30 19SS totale2 533513 according to an aadii just completed by fee State EeintcrseneEts i s c 1 u i e 547511 frrn the Eleiaentary Seconiary Education Act Title I for the iisadraa S733 from the National Defense EracatioAct Title m science rnocern foreign laagu ages reading mathematics Eng lish hosiery civics geography 5521 fro rnNDFA Title V jTiiiaEce counselicsand testing fcrccatioaaledu cation squipnient ani S245S for vocational eczcatioe work study Cfe the other side of the reiin bursemeni picture state sub sidies to the county district amounted 3D S4SSSS3 curine the year oetailei as follows m the aiJOii report Instrictln foasic subsidy SJ60503 hometouad instruction SSI closed schools 26200 CContd on Page 2 purr oer he makes final slans for that allimportant indictment Some return visit on Christmas Eve cltloa m sb3W Old St Nick wUi stop at the blUs of indictment Mapleton Band Hail at 6 pm ft convened this morning foiiowtr the tour for a Vala at oclock One case was cartv will ereet and treat continued yesterday and it was youngsters through the ninth that several would be craie level A Yuletiae proliste for prosse action gram will provide idde entertoSa for the children Judge E Merle HefSner is The Mapieton Band Presiding at this session of cooperates annuallv in Santas heard Fleas of guilty visit by acnaticg the use of the two from the Novem 3ani Kail and its facilities for ber Iist of sraad jury cases the Christmas project sponsored Fifieea Plgas were heard onMon by the Legionnaires arc Liens last Friday Over the years the annual Yule An 23 of the array lighting contest has beea a highlv rePortea for duty yesterday when the grand jury roll was called by Calvin T clerk of court CASE CONTINUED Judge Heffner announced to the grand jury on Tuesday mor ning that the bill of Indictment charging Jack Donald Fox of Hun tinsdon If proved it worst mass slaying in US military history since American L oojs sillto aOO Jorro tribe warriors and as many women and children at Jolo the The courtmartial probably will begin at Ft Benrdng Ga and the Army o be interviewing scores of potertialwitresseslt said earlier it interviewed 73 persons in addition to 26 suspects in the case Defense Secretary Melvir R Contd on Page 2 Winners In VOD Event the frontier in the past 24 i hours Military spokesman said the attackers machine gun fire mTtar shells and bazooka barrages blew up the camps ammunition dumo contributing to the tS losses of one killed and 24 wouncVd DaTnge to the outpost from exploding amrn jnltion was described as m o d r a t e moaning it was serious enough to hamper the camps defense The US llth Armored Cavalry troopers turned their tank cannon into the attack aiiri with the help of divebom bers and helicopter gunsaips threw back the North Vietna mese who left behind three NOKMANC ERNEST Mapleton Man Heads Shrine Club Lottery Will Begin In January WASHINGTON UP ident Nixon today signed into law an historic change in the draft measure designed to leagalize the first draft lottery since World War II The legislation receiving Nix ons signature at the 10 am EST ceremony simply elimi nates the restriction against draftbylottery contained in present law The President planned to take immediate advantage of the change by issuing an executive order putting a lottery into effect The Nixon lottery plan which will begin operating in January has two main features would be exposed to the draft for only one year during their lifetime compared to a present exposure which lasts seven years usually from the ages of 19 to 26 The one year of exposure would come when they turn 19 or at the end of their deferment for college or other purposes order in which eligible Contd on Page Contd on Page 12 WEATHER Sunny anc mild today High in the 40s Fair aci cola to night Lois the 20s In creasing cloudiness and armer Thursday with a chance of showers seveloplns High mic 40s to low 50s Fri days outlook partly cloudy and colder ffier is i Philipsburg Five winners in the 10thannual Voice of Democracy Contest were PnnClpal IS announced yesterday afternoon at an assembly program held at Huntingdon Area High School The theme of this years con test is Freedoms Challenge A campaign for dismissal of The event is scheduled annually a junior high school art teach by Standing Stone Post No 1754 er has widened to include the Veterans of Foreign Wars Huntprincipal who supported the iagdon teacher in his classroom activi Five finalists gave their ties live at yesterdays as Ths call for the principals Past Commander dismissal camn from Mayor Norman C Ernest of Maple ton Depot has been installed pres ident of Huntingdon County Shrine men will be called wju Club for the ensuing year New determined by chance Every officers of the county oranisa vear the 36G dates of tions were inducted during the Feb be annual meeting at the Holiday shuffled up and drawn out one Inn IT uu Contd on Page 12 Jaffas high priest and prophet S Blair Sponeybarger installed Ernest and these other officers AT o first vice president S Read n 1 iniYV d V S Rishel of Alexandria second vice president Ralph Kauffman of ffn Huntingdon secretary Carl L W Jl iv Clapper of AitchR D reelect treasurer E Hoy Isenberg of Huntingdon Two new directors for three year terms also elected were J Frank Mattern of Mapleton Contd on Page 12 PHILIPSBURG Pa UPI INSIDE THE NEWS sembly with murder would not JShermanSteeletheVOD chairClifford A Johnston head of be presentee to the present panel fresented cash awards to the PhilipsburgOsceola Taxpay The matter is being continued the erPowsr League until a later date First Myers 12th Contd on Page 12 Newton C Tavlor Esq who gTade of Mr and Mrs resigned last Saturday as district jasper Myers Hesston R D 1 Senate Xears End Of Tax Reform Debate attorney returned yesterday af Along The Juniata 3 Ann Landers22 Classified Ads 14 15 Comics18 Crossword15 Pennsylvania Story 17 Society and Club8 Sports4f 5 Sunday School Lesson 21 Is Halted HARRISBURG UPI The state Highways Department said Tuesday it will halt design work on 413 construction proj ects until the General Assem bly enacts a capital budget and provides additional funds Even as the departments de cision was disclosed the Senate was unanimously passing the capital budget However the measure still must be approved by the House And the departments plan to provide additional roadbuilding funds by an increase in motor vehicle registration fees has yet to be introduced in the General Assembly Contd on Page 12 Contd on Page 9 s rom ss TT ci i j TI 1 A T s colleges Heat Shield Hits IDroot n t i rerfectl toe wiich es ri the rrorriri ir 9r2 ox Being eld At SCI Astronauts Teeth Rattled By Impact Of Splashdown ox H his wife Mrs Areie ro Fez 1402 Mlffifc lursmgdor sas rans fr the Huntireior Jail to the Huntingdon tate Correctional Institution esteriay The transfer was made it the CI where reiical treatment Is easily available lor the 3e Sheriff Robert E Norris re eivei the authorizati o for tbe ransfer yesterday from Kenneth Taylor depury miss loner treatment Department of ustlce A F D USS HOrNET that floated Yankee Clipper into tie choppy South Pacific sgre rigged so ha spacecrafts heat shield would angle into the water first the jolt to the A poll c 12 astronauts Bu the shield smacked a 10 foot swell perfectly flat on splashdown Monday rattling the teeth of the moonmen and sending a movie camera boiEcing off Alar L Beans forehead Man an impact Bean Charles Pete Conrad and Richard F Gordon mar veled over an over Tuesday Thev said i was the hardest g weve ever had an explorers Gordon and the gash over his right eye reported in excel lent physical condition today well rested dining on their favorite foods Second Debriefing S23 Second Pam Kohland 12th grade daughter of Mr and Mrs Fred Rohland 623 Mount Vernon Avenue Huntingdon S20 Third Kathleen Yocum llth jrade daughter of Mr and Mrs 5 Curtis Yocurn 1314 Moore Street Huntingdon Fourth Jody Butte llth grade daughter of Mrs Theodore F Whitsel201 PennStreetHunt ingdon and the late Cecil Butte S10 Fifth Dianna Aurant 12th detail daughter of Mr and Mrs the quarantine period Aurant Huntingdon R D Opposite Proposals On Oil Depletion On Tap in exacting ending Dec 10 Conrad Bean arrived in Pearl Friday night on aircraft carrier ard Gordon Harbor late this veteran ther fly to Houston early Saturday morn ing Their of lunar rocks The astronauts began their and soil will be quaranted with secord day of selfdebriefing them today recalling on tape from The first batch of the moon their isolation chamber the rocks 29 pounds worth arrived and the difficulties in Houston Tuesday A second of lunar exploration box was brought into the The tapes will te flown to the islcation chamber early today Manned Space Center in and will be opened Friday Houston Thursday where scien The shipboard debriefing was will study them while unusual for the LS manned preparire u dfbrie the moor Contd on Page 2 1 33 Speeches must be three to five minutes in length recorded on tape Contest speeches are on Page 12 Long was defeated in his committee last month when he tried to restore the allowance to 275 per cent In a compromise the committee settled on 23 per cent instead of No Paper Tomorrow There will be no issue of The Daily News tomorrow Thanksgiving ThursdayNov Publication Friday will resume WASHINGTON UPI plank in his efforts to control oil depletion allowance always inflation previously beyond the reach of Also scheduled for debate tax reformers came before the Monday is Sen Albert Gores Senate today facing opposite proposal to hike the income proposals One would cut it taxs personal exemption further and one would restore for every taxpayer and each of the 20 per cent boted by the the chunk already sliced from his dependents to over House last summer in its it four years sweeping tax reform bill With most senators eager to Allowance Cut Sen John J Williams RDel leave town for Thanksgiving Sen Allen J Ellender a who nas battled for a cut in the the Senate leadership agreed to Democrat from oilrich Louisia allowance through his 23year devote todays session to na proposed restoring the oil Senate career and who retires oratory and Mondays to voting depletion allowance to 275 per in 1970 was ready for one last of cent reversing the cut to 23 per fight on the issue cent imposed by the Senate Offers Substitute Finance Committee He planned to offer a He had vigorous support from substitute amendment for El the committee chairman De lenders to make the cut to 20 mocratic Sen Russell B Long per cent his fellow Louisianan and an oil Williams effort backed by millionaire who freely acknow liberals and New ledges he personally benefits was expected to be the most from the depletion allowance Contd on Page 2 The Senate neared the end its first week of debate on its tax reform bill In a major victory for the Nixon administration the Sen ate apparently decided to continue the income tax surch arge for the first six months of President Nixon sought as the major legislative   

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