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   Daily News (Newspaper) - December 23, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                DIAL MISS CLASSIFIED 5434040 or 5424641 THE DAILY NEWS State Library Education Building Pa 17126 OL 48 SKE PF1 COPV HUNTINGDON and MOUNT UNION TUESDAY DECEMBER 23 1969 PHONE 6434040 No 278 Congress Stuffs Stocking ith Christmas Tax Cheer Director Takes Over Today Bombers Appointed ihultz Named To Active AS Truce Nears ousmg infiltration trails leading toward A young Mount Vtnon banker Rodney M Shult took over his Saigon tisja before th1 bgin Irew duties today as executive director of the Housing Authority of the Viet Coigs throe Huntingdon County jitruce for Christ The arpoirtment was arrounced by Henry C Hart man Mount TJO lumbers dropped a total Union businessman who is serving as chairman of the authority 0 jpi of bom1 s uto ttv 32 succeeds Gerald roates north and nrthwsi of Hudson of Moutt Uruxi who Saigon after Allied officials hid held the position fro the predcted the guerrillas wvjid time the housing authority was Delate hir own truce with organised in 19i until his death attacks around Sicon las October 2 Lberuior vvlio the Viet We feel verv fortunate Cone broadcast outlet siid the securing a young man of out wxik standing ability to accept this bgn a 1 a m 5aicoi tune We suffered a great Wednesda T s lay less in Mr Hudsons death but rP with ail attacks susprij the authority feels that it has ed found a worthy successor TV tS and South Vietni Chairman Hudson sud tooi i corvtils arreurarg the appointment their troops vojd all feel that Mr otfensive util the business training and deep 24hour Aliiei taxes effect interest in public housing and 17 hours later and ei then people will be reflected in his would send out patrols work in this important position T Viet Co swelled 17 trcets during nit and A LYNN CORCELirs Hospital Smithfield Firemen Pick Shope Warren P vJoe Jope of 10c pruce Street ill sf rve aspres dent of the Smthfield Yolun esr Fire Company durinc the ear 17C He will succeed F Bryant as hear of the or Kenneth Durla if 3iC Fine tree viil continue as ire chief position he nas ried for the ast rvo years Shope and Durlap were elect d a the regular December meet ne of the firemen aeld at their rartmx acrer has been an exatniner for the helicopters headBarters slid Pennsylvania Department cs 3at copttrs dw S7 kins For 10 years prior to that miles date he was associated wit the southwest of Union National Sark Trust Arericars and for Cornpiny wis serving as Miitar ciid vCortd on PAge C Contd on Page 6 Hold Busy PreHoliday Mount UnionArea Board Agenda Full All members of the Mount UriT Area School Board were present Last night to transact all busires eAly remodeled Lre station he Christmas vacation begins the operisg prayer 14 r Harrisburg Permission nal leaders for the en uing ear are F G Bryant ice president Jesse Fairbaats ecreiary Wae ial secretary ree A Lynn Corcelius Esq pro rninent Kuntincrion attorney tus been named to the J C Blair Memorial Hospital Board of Trustees James G Thompsonpresident o the directorate announced to day that Attorney Corcelius will fill the unexpired term of Dr John C Davis D D Hunting don wbo has resipied The ap pointment will run until October 1971 Corcelius Huntitjcon County solicitor ss a partner in the law firm of Henry Corcelius Gates A native of Huntingdon he is a graduate of Huntinsrdon School He also is a graduate of Juriaia College he re ceived a bachelor of arts degree in 193J He was awarded his LL B decree at the University of Pennsylvania Law School in 1341 f the school district Last i ne was named pres ident ot the Juniata Valley Coun CComd on Page 6 President Is Likely To Approve VASHlXoTON vlPOPVS nry ask Congress to take back SMIIIf its eenerosity to the American but he is considered virtulily certain to sien into law he tax reform ill It would cuttin everyones taxes 10 from iw B margins so swollen they aim st d fie1 A veto both chambers Moncliy cail a years effort in an afhrivus oratory and sent to Nixon one of its major achievements uf the year bill that eentually cuts taxes by JM billion raises Social Svurity bwfits by 15 PCT cent and narrows sHro tax loopholes that have been the target of reformers for years H actiiis first approved HK bill 3S1 to 2 The Senate followed that 71 to 5 with the no votes coming trout who eonsi drl hi bill too inflationary aaj oo cosUy If Comrress adjourns this week as planned and returns Jan 19 Nixon has 10 dns from when the bill readies hin to decide its fae If h dies nothing thj bill would die the f a pocket veto nMJirys TwoThirds Vote It wiald rejjire a iWithirds vote by each IMJto MUt the bill into law over a Xothinc in the bill afftvs he taxes the average in liviciual will pa next April on income he this yiar But taxpayers would sart the bills effects reflect Contd on Page 5 Huntingdons First Prize Doorway Decorations on the doonvaj at the home of Mr and Mrs Marvin Yoder of 1S24 Mifflln Street Huntingdon give a musical salute to Christmas The Yoders received first prize iti a lighted doorway contest sponsored b Standing Stone Garden Club Mr Yoder instructor of music at Huntingdon Area Junior High School is pictured with his two children Nancy and Joel The musical door includes a drum horn violin and sheet of music Standing nearby is a lighted tree Property Tax Plan Brought Back Solons Doggedly Try To Reach Agreement HAKHISBUKG UPI Legislative leaders dopgudly pursued the tax settlement that luis eluded them a 11 year today and there was optimism that a compromise could be effected through the resurrection utilities of a plan to tax the operating property of public Rev E I Uns board INSIDE THE NEWS was grantee Approval was given to place the percent anenaance s rawing its On the list of substitute teachers interest in the school district MS Carmella Lear business School director the Rev EI education Mrs Kaer Codr itts WHO ha lance to resign eiementarv ari Stiirlev Stole on December 31 1939 asked the eleriertar HI accept his request of Classifiec Ads Comics s 4 Crossword 7 Counselors Corner 14 Editorial Pace9 Society i Club f 3 Sports 4 ntar Directors agreed re give Char custcojal jvo Huntingdon areamenwere leareo nCua oisinvrej yesteroaafternoon in a on November 4th heacon crash on Legisla tive Route 31022 Jiniata Town ship one mile south of Hawns Team Teaching JV School Directors Eye Future With an to the 197071 term dreciors JiKvata nisS in reJar lasf eve considered the pn bem besinning a total team teaching system in th new school discussed matters of policy and viewed the upcoming secondary evaluation for whirii ho siiw is being Big Storm Drops Snow On Midwest One major storm petered yjt in NV today deep blowinc and drifting snow Another blanketed the Milvest with a 3now cover whlp a hird punched inland in th Prlfir Northwest Pennsylvania Vv Yik aTJ Nv Ensland with ui to i ooi arl a half of snow and parts of the experlinsr fojr inches aul dropping tempera tures were sruaraneed i white Both chambers scheduled only token sessions today while the leaders thrashed out the prop erty tax plan which was de feated in the Senate last week by solid Democratic opposition House Speaker Herbert Fine man Philadelphia Democrat hinted Monday night that the Senate Republican proposal might be acceptable to him if certain safeguards for consum ers were written into it Concessions Reported Fine man would give no fur ther details but it was reliably reported that the Democrats were seeking these concessions of the G per cent state sales tax on utility Contd on Page 3 Altoona Man AVIVP fireipltation had all but ended in th Xirthjast by px T T late Monday Bu the inense JJlCS Itt J Uttiata storm cell which dinivd 11 oa some pirts of Contd on Page S Hanoi Bars Presents For POWs KONG UP1Texas millionaire H Ross Perot arrived in Hong Kong today en route to Bangkok still deter mined to deliver a paneload of Christmas dinners and supplies to American prisoners of war In North Vietnam From Paris Hanois chief peace negotiator Xnia Tniy called Perots mission a pro vocation and said Perot had been told 13 days ago Hanoi would not let him in Perot traveling aboard a chartered Boeing 707 jet namud on Earth tod news men he would vait in Bangkok for further word from North officials before Contd on Page 8 County Crash WEATHER 0 ivr ana hei names to the rush school transportation to take toriuge ears of rhe Frederick Kyle ccr 41 HuntinjTJon R D 1 form erly of 1 Irene Street Johns riculture students o thePennsyi ered for substitute wor aoiniei a finance aa Clifford Miller 63 Aue ti iCorto or Page S Huntingdon R D 1 were treat erl at the J C Blair Memorial is Hospital and then released Mil ler suffered lacerations of the mouth while Kyle received chest o C Dr H Villiam Stewart board president condjcted he session which was attended ay the com plete board directors Sumner Sniith Paul Frel i ha AT John Pal Reiniirt Robovc Glnr aii T t I ires For administration Contd on Page 2 Christmastime In Monroe Valley Police Troops Keep Watchful Eye Holy City Under Constant Watch BKTHilHEl hills fr Jerusalem to Bethle is 196D t the Land will hun Thrnuehout the Christmas uritr the watchful entry to Bethlehem is v and a imit t i eav to Concrete pillbnxes manned by ak d thsi Imise lsiacli have set up ur lle thB approaches to the town 7 It in the and in Bethlehem itself Two i i t jrcut command have beer i vi Israi Jtith1 erected M IT an j Aiab sn stliinp Chi istmas v n intl vnMaie that has siiifthe 19G7 vjh ha rut down i the oi tUllts wh v s Mtr akt tlif Christinas piki i j Things ait ru vhat they r ei i is a hrase jintod Inside the road during aii In i T Arab t i a d tr s 1 I lr f sii Contd on Page i Tremendous Load Postal Chief Reports The Huntingdon Post Office handled a tremendous load of mail yesterday Kenneth Brandt officer in charge report ed Brandt was referring to the parcel post and letter mail ar riving at the office for Monday deliveryHe added that the in coming load was the heaviest of the Christmas season The Yule greeting business from Huntingdon was described as fairly heavy Extra help was assigned to the various routes and post office floor positions yesterday to clear away the mountain of mail Bran dt said Carriers were behind schedule on their routes due to the heavy loads Contd on Page 6 LEWISTQWN Pa UP A 21yearold Altoona man died at Lewistown Hospital Monday from injuries suffered when Ms car skidded on icy Route 22 near Tiiomosontown in Juniata County and crashed into a truck Th was identified as Joseph BTd Police said his brother William also in the car was treated at the hospital and released The truck driver was not hurt Increasing cloudiness with snow developing by this after noon continuing tonight with possible accumulation of 2 to inches or more of new snow High today in 20s Low to night near 20 to low 20s Wednesday mostly cloudy windy and cold with chance of snow flurries High mid 20s to near 30 Thursday mostly cloudy with chance of snow Solons Prepare For Yuletide At Home Congress Poised To Adjourn Soon WASHINGTON UPI Congress prepared for adjournment and Christmas at home today postponing until next year a major collision with President Nixon on funds for education and health The Senate and House were exnected to approve the sine nouses a compromise hill re 1 Ti frortd iirifrt die session ending resolu tions to bring the first half of tli91st Congress to a close Congress plans to reconvene Jan 19 Left to the laxing restrictions on trade with Communist nations An earlier compromise was rejected by the House which re quested a new negotiating Presidents Si0n The Present aw exPlres discretion were two major the end of the year he But Senate Democratic Lead ttxreform tax er Mike Mansfield kept captive CHRISNMS SWlS FIGHT EMPHYSEMA TUBERCULOSIS ANOAIR POLLUTION cut Social Securitv increase bill the SI97 billion HEW appropri and mine ssiety ation Ahicn Nlxon pledged which members eared to veto Mansfield plans to have President Nixon might veto The the senate approve the bill next betiing was the Chief Executive yearj f0rcing xixon to veto the measure and giving Congress a chance to override the inn Also left stranded was a Contd on Page S would sign both imsf Bill Remains Ittiblatioi remain i i attempt to cti thriiush both Th   

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