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   Daily News (Newspaper) - December 19, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                DIAL MISS CLASSIFIED 434G40 or 5424641 THE DAILY NEW lrary VOL PEK OMY HUNTINGDON and MOUNT UNION FRIDAY DECEMBER 19 PHONE 6434040 No 275 State Senate Dumps Surcharge Tax Frustrated Solons Wait For Santa Daley Will Be Defense Witness CHICAGO After the Judge denied a motion for a Christras weekend recess in the triaJ of the Chicago Seven the defense said Thursday it will cajl Mayor I Richard J Daley o testifythe I day after Christmas Defense attorney Leonard L Weinirass made the amounce I after VS ristrict Court Julias J Kvikfman ruled wojlJ only be s recess r Christmas in the trial becar Sept 24 his said he will rrake rterrpt to quash his rufcjvena The defense wants to luestior Mm or his role relstinf to violence surrounding l5r Democratic National Seven men save charged with conspiring to e riots here during the Nixons Veto Thre Stalls Money Bill WASHINGTON vrI A veto threat from President Nixon has stalled Concress second largest spending bili of the year and along with it a tough new measue that puts the full force of law behind the ecvernments school desegregation efforts Commissioners Note yo l Fireman Offices For IPs Being Prepared loo Senate Democrats debated today whether to risk a Nixon veto by pursuing passage of the rauttibillion dollar appropria tions bill for the Department of Health Education asd related agencies The spending Nixon referred to the 213 billion appropriaijtw passed by the Senate and the Sit billion version approved by the House Conferees from both cham bers hsd bee se to meet today to differences work out their over the rronev In Senate approved i5 to 10 a resolution allowing HEW and Offices for three of the district all other trovernnient agencies justices of the peace are being that have not been funded to readied for the January l opening continue operating at their old The leases have beensigned for levels into the new year the locations chosen Thus if the Democrats do District IV Justice Pershing succeed in gettingthe welfare Horton will have his office in the biggest annual spending bill appropriations bill to Nixons Saltillo District in Justice Gret tesides the defense package desk in its present form and then Krouse at 5 North Jefferson and Welfare But Nixon said even the lower Nixon makes good his threat to Street Mount Union and District House figure was 1 billion too veto it Congress would not H Justice James H Kyper at 231 much have to come back before the Washington Street Huntingdon Lawmakers Begin Search For New Fiscal Formula Nixon urged Congress to first of the year to keep HEW shelve the matter until Janua running The House must also ry after the Christmas recess approve such a continuinc In order to allow HEW and the resolution other agencies covered in the An incident victim of the bill to stay in business the Contd on Page 1 testimony Thursday e director of the Broadway t Oh Cacutta said he prie aefennant Atiue Koff an in York in January vCortc or sce IJ1 luninaries o Glow For uletide Native Of Conferees Plan To Complete Tax Package Today Luniiririss Christm burn three week on i a live ativity will eriCte these evenings 23 24 and 25 ty the Shadrsiae Free Tor two hours each rjrht from o ccck thsss hand vast portray that nient fee ago the Chris Chile To be ir the nativity will bf Josept Marr wo we aso live naif doAey an z tie Free vili psrforni tit asies T tfct live rativity seting rcr rears tie residents Avsrje have cor ttructec luniinaries to burn a lie a was orielrated by two lorser faniiiies Dr pd Mrs H Forald Kuoer stw asa Mr anc Mrs fcobtn SciipsUo Dsrry Vn seen pres ty importance in be as obserarcr Hopewell Is Killed A former Hopewell resident 21yearolc Karen Lee Reynolds of Box 25B Fort Matilda was Killed early roaay in a twocar accident on Route S22 in Centre C ouBtr SS miles of State College Miss Kevnolcis a daughter of John A ana Doris F Best Reynolds of Koperell lied at am today in Centre Coun ty Hospital at Selleftmte Death was due to s fractured sicull RocscvievStare Police re ported thai another motorist vas injiireci vhen his car crashed into the vreckage ihe vehicle in vhici Miss Seinclcs vascxii ieally injured She aad her in companion vers still Intae vehicle when the second crash occurred rso rnfcures after tae origiaal wreck elice said Miss Reynolds was s passenger In a Pontiac coupe operated by Rtissell W Price H Fort Matilfia Tbe Price car was eastbouni oa Route 322 at a Tbe iiiaway was and the auto sarteci to skid Price ais brakes anS Contd or Page 2 WEATHER County Commissioners Chair man Gordon W Havorstock noted at the regular meeting of the commissioners Thursday that the county seals have been ordered telephones and furniture are be inc installed and most of the neces sary supplies for these offices have already been received Were now ironing out the finer details HaverstocK stated GEORGE B WILSON JR Wilson To Serve As Fire Chief BlKG lTn The million budget question iviuaiHiil today and other than i surprise donation by t Nicholas 10 flie leirislathv stocking no one had any ideas of here to look next Despite the advent of the Ynletide despair permeated the Senate chambers Thursday J USSCY night following the rejeeiion of a S100 million package de vised by Republicans The Senate met for an un usual four days this week amid optimism that some solution iould bo found to the yearlung fiscal crisis The box score for the weeks activity Kevemie raised zero Music Program Is Tuesday Two county Commissioners Haverstock and Contd on Page 6 WASHINGi ON vCr KouseSenaie tax conferees today nego tiated major tax cuts for all Americans including the first boost in personal exemptions in 21 years All but the finishing touches remained in the most com ore allowance for poor people and hensive tax revision in modern history The final bill sources per saic would contain increases in the S60C personal exemption given all taxpayers and their dependents in steps that ultimately might go to SSDO POW Yule Message Broadcast Kutktt cuts Im Altirnativo projvsals Heiiii Minday Thy Unvmakirs will return to the Capitol on Monday for s rare Christmaswoek niftting but only token sessions are plojined while legislative lend ers strivp to salvage an asrref ment on business taxes to help the state through the financial Wilson 46 assistant cashier pinch in early 1970 and manager of the Fourteenth A day of frensied closed Street Office of the Fenn Cendoor barsaiiung and a bitter tral NationalBankhasbeenservpartisan debate preceded the ing as first assistant fin chief showdown on the GOP tax plan during the past year The key measure in the pack Confd OD Pige 5 Contd on Pagre 6 George B Wilson Jr amein r of Huntingdon No 1 Fire ompany was elected last even ing to serve as Huntingdon Bo oiflculs met with roughs fire chuf durjv succeeding Kobeit Jess ell The music department of the Tussey Mountain High School will present its uuuwl Christmas in the high school audi torium on Tuesday evening Dec 23 at pm Participating in this event will be the high school band chorus and stige biuid all under the dir ection Richard C Shoemaker Soloists and smaller groups will also be presented mid at the conclusion of the program n carol sing with audi ence participation will be con ducted There will be no charge for to this event and the public is cordially invited to at tend Proclaiming Birth cent standard deduction taken by peope who dont iteniue their expenses Nepotiatiors conducted around a lone table in a crowded smoky room just off the House floor Aides wheeled in sandwicbes and coffee while The final details of the tax cuts remained to be negotiated marathon 17bour trp nonstop bargainingwent on The congressmen were blearyeyed arid when their IThour Cloudy windy and cold with siiow or snow flurries tooay aad toaigst High upper 20s aaci lower SQs Low tonigSi in the 20s Cloudy windy cold Saturday with snow flurries Ifeely High mid 20s to low 30s Outlook for Sun day f cloudy aac cold with chance of saow flurries after z bargaining session that lasted until 3 am EST today resumes at noon These specifics include dates inci the size of the final increase in exemptions The tax cuts along with many other tax reform provi siors will be passed by both houses before Congress goes home for Christmas said Ken Wilbur D Mills DArk the conference chairman Until todays lengthy session the fate of the personal exemption increase remained doubtful The final formula for the tax cuts sources said would include z limited low income drained session finally ended allowing them a few tours sleep The 14 Lonferees planned to meet again at noon EST They said they defelnitely planned to fiaisc their work today The whole tax package would then go before bath houses for a SAIGON Radio in programs beamed to the Far East has begun broadcasting Christmas messages from American war prisoners to their families in the United States Dear mom dad and family and senators Sure youU to hear my voice again began one message by a man identified as Navy Lt William John Mayhew of New Manchester WVa This will have to do this year as my Christmas present to Christmas Services Are Planned By Area Churches Once again the story of the birth of the Christ Child will be told in special senices of worship this coming Sunday The joyous Christmastide provides the theme for the anthems narrations sermons and various exercises which will be iven in area churches on Sunday and on Christmas Eve Mayhew a pilot was cap tured Aug 17 196S after his plane was shot down over Snal vote probablv Mondav Q Cording to the US Military Command The command said todav it Otherwise during Thursdays busy congressional session Mine Bill Faces Veto Contd on Page IS Alexandria Will Conduct Tree Lighting was aware of the English language Radio Hanoi broad casts which began earlier this Contd on Page 6 INSIDE THE N7EWS Congregations have extended invitations to members and fr iends to share in worship pro grams during this blessed sea son Listed here are a number of these senices planned to cele brate the birth of the Babe of Bethlehem RIDDLESBURG CHURCH Riddlesburg Bible Church will hold its annual Christmas pro gram December 25 at pm using the theme Prophecy Ful filled The program is under the Motor Club Employe Is Retiring The familiar face and friendly The pastor the Rev Anthony Luciano extends a welcome to all to attend ARDENHEIM CHURCH Ardenheim Church of the voice of Mrs Grace B Vanada Brethren has scheduled a will disappear after today from Christmas program for tomorthe offices of the Huntingdon row evening at oclock Plays unty Motor Club on Fourth Street and recitations will be included Huntingdon There will be recitations by Sirs Vanada is retiring after the childrens beginners pri over 15 years of service to Motor manand junior classes A short Club patrons in the county play Good for Christmas will A Mapleton resident Mrs Van and a toreeact plav ada first joined the office of thp direction of Mrs Lillian Milter The Greatest of These will Motor n L of Altoona Contd on Page 2 Contd on Page 6 first Time In Six Months iet Cong Shell iaigon Airport Alexandria Borough will Ur Con P for Christmas Mon eres wsed the conioreda1 evening December 22 at 7 oclock Thais when the treelighting ceremony will begin on the lawn in front of Memorial Public Lib rary Helping to spread Christmas cheer Santa will be present with treats for the children The pro gram will also include group sing fcced a possible veto A Tonv Boyle pres oss Taa Sop he first time ceasefires csi xrxared units ir three Vistraese divisions longrsTite rockets hit a lasLig for families ol soldiers 3 as Son c si 3 ar The protest denounced the shelling as savage and inhu man aad said the Viet Cong plan IT are of the same Saturday to mark the 24th anniversary of their founding It asked the ICC to make the guerrillas stop the attacks ai once1 North Vietnam heralded the killing one Viet Cong anniversary ir a vilias and wounding five It broadcast that exhorted the the second shelling the guerrillas to push forward the ligoa zrez ir three days resistance against the United first one rocket wound States to save the nation four persons in downtown Vietnam until complete victo iiroa Wednesday became the ry of a Saigon joverarnent Wednesdays shelling of Sai to the International gon was the first into the city in four months Tan Son Nhut on the capitals northern fringe had been free from attack since Contd on Page IS tensive mine health asd safety bill in history late Thursday and sent it to the White House it fa ident of the United Mine Workers said if President Nixon vetoes the bill it will mean sick coal miners are being thrown on the industrial scrap heap7 White House Press Secretary rJonac L Ziegler had said Nixon was concerned about the additional dollars that were added to this particular Contd on Page 6 ing of melodies of the season Ann Landers14 Building Page10 Classified Ads 16 17 Comics15 Courthouse Roundup 10 Crossword17 Farm Page 9 Obituaries 2 On Stage Live 5 School Page11 Society Club3 12 Sportsi 5 Television Programs S 9 Reminder Is Given To Use Yiile Seals nest Jntrol Commission set up in to police the agreement It ended the Frerctlndochi War CHRKHMSSttlSFIBHTEKPHYSHU TUSERCUIBSISWOAIRPOUUTIOK A circle of brightly clad j children dancing around a taH fir tree set in a snow scene has become as familiar this Christ mastide to users of the U S Mails as UncleSamsown stamps For on thousands ol letters Christmas cards and packages there appears the 19S9Christmas Seal of the National Tuberculo sis and Respiratory Diseases So ciety In Huntingdon County out of 9400 envelopes containing Seals and Bonds already have been returned to Mrs Alva B Walton executive secretary of the Huntingdon County chapter A total of has been re ceived in gifts to date Mrs Walton reports and the current campaign is only 29 years old In 196S in the same time 2232 returns had been made out ot a mailing ot 6200 envelopes There is plenty of time be fore Christmas to get your gift to us Mrs Walton said today But I would like to emphasize Christmas Seal gifts maybe made into January 1970 The need for funds has NOT diminished The local Society is now paying ojt ot funds you give for the ser vices of the XRay Cruiser and Contd on Page 2 Informal Farewell Dinner Held Mrs Grace B Vanada seated of Mapleton Depot is retiring today after 15 years of service to the Huntingdon County Motor Club The office staff held an informal farewell party for her Tuesday evening at the Huntingdon Motor Inn The gift box contains a candle centerpiece Standing left to right Karen M Gutshall Jane M Sanders and Martha M Mann office manager   

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