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   Daily News (Newspaper) - December 2, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                v osi T l DIAL MISS CLASSIFIED 6434040 or 5424641 THE DAILY NEWS Built VOL 48 HtflE CENTS PER COW HUNTINGDON and MOUNT UNION TUESDAYDECEMBER 2 1969 PHONE 6434040 NO 260 Join Astronauts Budget Scientists At Mount Union Placed In No Tax Increase rubber glove with a Mount Union Borough councilmen last evening tentatively aphole in one flnger was all it proved the 1970 general fund budget at during the took to put seven scientists regular monthly session almost onethird of the hand There will be no Increase In the real estate tax rate which will plcited team examining Apollo remain at twelve mills Big Four Open New Search For Mideast Peace Formula 2 Persons Hurt Deer Figure In 2 Road Accidents Three rearend traffic collis ions two involving deer were investigated yesterday by State Police of the Huntingdon sub station Two persons were injured in the one crash and five vehicles involved in the mishaps were damaged to the extent of The injured were treated at the J C Blair Hospital and then released The worst accident was at yesterday afternoon on Penn Township Route 426 about three miles west of Hesston Joseph MadisonGrubb 20 Hun tingdon RD 1 was southbound driving a 1965 Chevrolet conver tible Larry E Taylor 22 Huntingdon RD 1 also was southbound driving a 1968 Dodge sedan Taylor saw a buck along the edge of the roadway and as the whitetail started to cross Taylor applied his brakes to stop his car in order not to hit the ani mal Grubb came over the crest Contd on Page 15 A special session will be held on Monday evening December 29 for the final reading and adopt ion of the 1970 budget and to conclude all business of the year before the new council is re organized at the January ses sion The council also approved Or dinance 568 renacting the levy ing of a ten dollar occupational privilege tax on individuals en gaged in any occupation trade or profession within the Mount Union borough As in previous years council took action to grant Christmas shoppers two hours of free park ing during the holiday season be ginning Monday December 8 through December 24 In other action councilmen reactivated the program of issuing special yearly parking permits in the amount of ten dollars for each commercial or service vehicle Conducting this busy and lengthy session in the council chambers was President Robert CGoodman Other Councilmen in attendance were Charles Crouse Elmer Hockenberry Allen Welch Moreland Boiling er and Dr Robert Fleming Also present were Chief of Contd on Page 9 12s moon rocks out of action It also shut down for up to 36 hours the laboratory where the scientists were studying the largest moon rocks ever returned to earth and where they had just found a rock type prominent in Apollo 11s lunar samples but strangely lacking in those from Apollo 12 The broken glove discovered at pm EST Monday exposed the scientists arid lour technicians to the lunar mater ial Space agency officials imnediately quarantined them all with Apollo 12 astronauts Chalres Pete Conrad Rich ard F Gordon and Alan L Bean The eleven newcomers to the isolation suite at the Space Centers million Lunar Receiving Laboratory must remain locked up with the astronauts until Dec 10 to NOTRE DAME DU LAC make sure they have not Que More than 50 caught any dangerous moon elderly bedridden patients were germs Officials said this was killed early today when fire September 14Tops List In Nations New Draft Lottery WASHINGTON UPI An uncounted number of young American men who by chance share a common birth date Sept 14 today were at the top of the list for the 1970 draft 50 Die In Nursing Home Fire hiehlv unlikely Contd on Page 3 WEATHER Near Windber Probe Was Triggered By Letter Partly cloudy and coldtoday High in upper 20s to 30s Variable cloudiness and not as cold with chance of light snow or snow flurries develop ing tonight Low in 20s to near 30 Wednesday cloudy windy and cold with light snow or snow flurries likely High in upper 20s to mid 30s Thurs days outlook variable cloud iness and cold with chance of snow flurries raced through an old wood frame nursing home Twenty others were injured Most of them were trapped in their beds and didnt have a chance a provincial police spokesman said Its going to be some time before we can get the bodies out of there Two other buildings in addition to the nursing home the Repas du Vuellard were destroyed in the blaze The injured were taken to a nearby hospital in this small papermill cormiimity of 4000 A Roving Band Of Hippies CLAREMONT Calif UPI At first Ronald Ridenhour couldnt believe what his buddies told him about the dark and bloody events of March 16 1968 in a Vietnamese village called Song My But everyone he talked to told him the same story of screaming men women and children begging for mercy as they were machinegunned by American soldiers Ridenhour made up his mind to tell the world When he was discharged LOS ANGELES UPIThree from the Army a year ago young members of a pseudo today he wrote a letter reiigtous cult that roamed addressed to the Congress of Death Valley have been identi the United States and mailed 30 fied as suspects in the bloody copies one to President Nixon siayings of actress Sharon Tate one each to the secretary of and four other persons Aug 9 defense secretary of state the in addition four or five other Joint Chiefs of Staff and members of the group called JOHNSTOWN Pa Francis Adams 22 Chambers burg Franklin County died Monday night in Memorial Hos pital here from a head injury suffered about 12 hours earlier about 50 miles south of Riviere In a twocar collision on Route fa Loup on the south shore of 56 three miles east of Windthe St Lawrence River ber The town is about 250 miles State police said Adams auto northeast of Montreal skidded on the snowcovered Most of the dead were highway and collided with a trapped on the upper two levels car operated by Charles Richof the threestory structure and ards 46 Johnstown Richards died before the towns 30man was in fair condition at Mevolunteer firefighting force morial Hospital could be mustered They shared their bad luck with thousands and thousands particularly those 18 to 25yearolds born April 24 Dec 30 Feb 14 Oct 18 Sept 6 Oct 26 Sept 7 Nov 22 and Dec 6 Those were the birthdates drawn as numbers 1 through 10 Monday night in the first Selective Servire lottery in nearly three decades In fact the chances are fairly high draft age men without defer ments whose birth dates were in the first 122 blue capsules drawn from the big glass cylinder will be called up next year First to be Summoned Thus those born on the first dates pulled out of the jar will be the first to be summoned as draftees Conversely those born on the last dates would be the last to be called and probably be completely exempt from the draft Those who are currently exempt from immediate call up such as college students would retain their deferred status until it expires Then their number allotted them in the Monday drawing would again be their number for induction The lottery procedure was one of the administrations key Contd on Page 3 Sense Of Urgency This Time UNITED NATIONS The Big Four powers set out on a new search for peace in the Middle East today resuming their ambassadorlevel talks after a fivemonth recess The meeting was scheduled for 3 pm EST This time there was a sense of urgency as British Ambassa dor Lord Caradon Soviet Ambassador Jacob A Malik and French Ambassador Ar mand Berard gathered at the Park Avenue apartment of US Ambassador Charles Yost November saw some of the heaviest ArabIsraeli fighting since the 1967 Middle East War Defense Minister Moshe Dayan of Israel warned it could lead to another war next summer unless the conflict cools The ambassadors of the Big Four met 15 times beginning April 3 without success then adjourned July 1 to let Soviet and American officials try to Contd on Page 3 NO MEDALS PLEASE Beatle John Lennon said he was returning his Order of the British Empire medal as a protest against Englands support of Lagos in the iVigeriaBiafra war and the United States in Vietnam Lennon is shown here with his wife Yoko Ono and Alexis Mardas right a friend Three Cult Members Held As Tate Murder Suspects various congressmen Contd on Page 3 Runaway Auto Hits Barn In Accident The Family are expected to be named in indictments which will be sought from the los Angeles County Grand Jury Police Chief Edward Davis told a news conference Monday the three suspects members of a roving band of hippies were suspected of killing a middleaged couple the night following the Tate murders Two of the suspects were in D Tex Watson 24 arrested Sunday night in McKinney Tex and Patricia Kernwinkel 21 arrest ed Monday near the home of her aunt in Mobile Ala Thie third suspect Linda Kasabian 19 was sought in New Mexico Authorities said B52s Hit Reds Close Bu Prang SAIGON US Command said today it sent two overnight B52 strikes against North Vietnamese troops lurking outside the US Special Forces outpost at Bu on the Cambodian One Deer Hunter Shot Near Saltillo Over 1100 Bucks Killed In County As usual Huntingdon County had the heaviest buck kill on Monday the opening day of the 1969 deer season in the 11county Southcentral Division of the Pennsylvania Game Corn far none searched actually had been of Additional Persons Named It is anticipated that additional four or five persons Border will be named in indictments Qne of the flights of five which will be sought from the stratofortresses dropped 90 tons Los Angeles County Grand of bombs two miles east of the Jury Davis said camp the other raided a The criiminal complaints target area tnree mUes to the committee of the jury will benortheast the Mnouncernent brought up to date on the case said today and we are seeking Reports from the camp this before the ninth day ofmornjng said only sporadic bring additional rnortar rocket barrages hit following barrage AMcAlevys Fort barn was dam aged in an unusual accident yesterday afternoon involving three deer hunters No person was injured in the pm in cident Leon C Keiser 35 Reeds ville RD 1 driving a 1960 Chr ysler coupe stopped at the Es so Service Station in McAlevys Fort He was accompanied by Steven Korbich 32 South Hills Lewis Contd on Page 9 December to several units were cruising potential suspects in before tne around hippie communes but so grand jury for the culmination Mondays 200round one of the heaviest in 35 days of bombardment In addition the North Vietnamese in the hills around the outpost northeast of the case Davis added Contd on Page 3 mission Field reports submitted to Su pervisor William A Hodge showed that morethanl100white tails were killed in the county yesterday The figure is about 25 more than last years first day estimate Hodge said there were only two accidents both nonfatal in the division One was in tingdon County another inSnyder County Robert Wilbur Kibe 34 of 202 Walnut Street Reedsville is in satisfactory condition today in J C Blair Memorial Hospital He suffered a gunshot wound of the right lower leg He was hunting in Hares Val ley near Saltillo at the time he was shot by an unknown hunter Game Commission officials said the investigation of the shooting is under way Kibe was ad mitted to the hospital at 1129 am yesterday and he underwent emergency surgery during the afternoon In the Snyder County accident a 12yearold boy shot himself in the heel No other county in the South central Division was even close to Huntingdon Countys estimated buck kill Game protectors in Bedford County said about 750 were killed in their area the runnerup total Perry County was third with 650 and Juniata fourth with an estimated 510 whitetails killed Divisionwide the kill was es timated at 4970 up about 50 Contd on Page 3 Kline Is Governor Candidate HARRISBURG Democratic Leader Ernest P Kline of Beaver Falls pledging to return state government to the people announced today he is a candidate for his partys nomination for governor next year Klines announcement which had been expected for several months came 24 hours after Philadelphia businessman Mil ton Shapp threw his hat in the ring for the Democratic nomi nation in the May 19 primary It also came about four hours before a meeting of ttie 125 member Democratic state Com mittee here I have chosen to run be cause I feel I can make our state government work to serve the people of this Common Contd on Page 9 Hurt While Hunting Israeli Planes On New Raids Clyde Randolph 54 of Mill Creek was injured while hunting in Stone Valley this morning Randolph fell from a tree frac turing a rib and vertebrae He is listed in satisfactory condi tion in Lewistown Hospital On Problems Of State Taxes And Spending Senators Reopen Parleys To Erase Long Deadlock i i SHOPPING DAYS LEFT CHRISTMAS SEALS FIGHT EMPHYSEMA TUBERCULOSIS AND AIR POLLUTION HARRISBURG UPI Republican and Democratic leaders of the Senate planned to reopen negotiations today aimed at ending the yearlong deadlock over state spending and taxes The agreement to resume the negotiations which were broken off last month came at a meet ing of the Senate Rules Com mittee on Monday The Senate leaders hoped to confer and then extend an invitation to House leaders from both parties to join The talks collapsed when House Democrats said the state would need an additional million while House Republi cans said thev would not agree to any spending program that called for more than mil lion in new or increased taxes Republican leaders in the Sen ate were unusually tightlipped about the prospects for todays ions years 112 miles north Saigon shot down an F4 Phantom fighterbomber supporting the Green Berets The fate of the pilot was not immediately determined Official allied sources esti mated that at least 1300 of the guerrillas have been killed around Bu Prang since their campaign began many of them 1 Contd on Page 3 meeting Senate president pro tempore Robert D Fleming who was the prime advocate of reopening the leadership conferences would not comment except to say that we talked a lot about taxes today at our caucus In floor action Monday the Senate passed a twoblll pack mended agency boards proved 50 Vehicles originally recom that the new state replace the 14 local of trustees but this Involved In unpalatable to the Gen Two Traditional Contests Under Way Theme Selected For Yule Special Two traditional Christmas Eve edition contests are again under way in the seven liigh schools served by The Daily News the greeting card art contest and the poetry contest Entries in both contests must be at the newspaper office by 4 pm this Friday afternoon eral Assembly As it passed the House earlier this year the proposals would have provided that the local trustees be named by the gov ernor from a list of three names recommended by the new state Pilrp A State police said hides were separate A Wreath Around Your Christmas is the theme for the special two section Christmas issue of The Dally News to be distributed on December 24 As in the past this paper will lea ture letters from area residents Ve spending Christmas away from involved in three feature stor chain reaction collilrts Crafts pictures and ideas Pa 1 age creating a single state board The provision was de board to unify the administration signed to replace the existing of Pennsylvanias 13 state colselection method which has the leges and Indiana State Unlvergovernor appoint from the recom sity mendatlons of county political The legislation which estab chairmen Hshes a board of state college But this provision was deleted and university directors is a by tho Senate two weeks ago watereddown version of revls Contd on Page 3 Turnpike buslness a 10mile fir slons during heavy snowfall onlnd attrftctjve the Pennsylvania Monday tieing up stretch of the road for nearly two hours One person Mrs stores and greetlngs from ms industries hlghlignted in tne paper be the greeting cards created Blanche by Wgh school students centered Graf 78 of Akron Ohio killed Police said the car in which ind poetry by students written on Contd on Page 3 i Christmasrelated topic Rules for the art contest state that all entries must be original pen and ink line draw ings on white stock measuring five and one half Inches In width and five and onehalf inches in depth The name initials or Insignia of the student artistss school must be incorporated in some way in the greeting card design or mess The poetry contest rules stile that poems are not restricted to the Christmas Eve edition theme Any verse form Is ac ceptable Parodies on we 11 known Christmas poems will not be con sidered Poems should not be Contd on Page 9 Israeli warplanes flew their third successive day of raids into neighboring Arab nations today hitting Egypt and Jordan in strikes that underscored the urgency of the Big Four talks on the Middle East The UN ambassadors of the United States the Soviet Union Britain and France were resuming their discussions in New York this afternoon on finding a settlement to the daily fighting Israeli military spokesmen in Tel Aviv said the latest strikes were virtual carbon copies of Mondays raids against military targets along the Suez Canal in Egypt and against gun positions in Jordan The announcement gave no details of the length or precise location of the strikes but said all the raiders returned home safely INSIDE THE NEWS Ann Landers 8 Classified Ads 12 13 Comics 11 Counselors Corner 7 Crossword 13 Pennsylvania Story 12 Society Club 10 Sports 4   

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