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Daily News (Newspaper) - October 27, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania State Library 1 ff 4 j DIAL MISS CLASSIFIED 6434040 or 5424641 THE DAILY 17126 VOL 48 NKE CENTS PER COPY HI VriMJUON and MOl NT MONDAY OCTOBER 27 1969 PHONE 6434040 NO 230 In Triirk Escapee Is Shot By 140000 Walk Out Policeman GE Plants Across Nation Idled As Lebanese Relaxing Curfew Ready To Open Peace Talks NEW YORK UPI At least 140000 workers from 13 unions walked off their jobs at General Electric Co plants throughout the nation today in a contract dispute that could idle 90 per cent of the huge companys production capability The walkout against one of the nations largest defense contractors was the first major strike faced by the Nixon administration which has pledged hands off President NLxon has called for price and wage restraints About half the 310000man GE work force struck against the nations fourth largest industrial corporation when contracts expired at midnight Sunday It was the first nationwide walkout against GE since 1946 There were no immediate plans for further negotiations Paul Jennings president of the 88500member International Union of Electrical Radio and Machine workers charged GE Has forced the strike by its failure to bargain The United Electrical Workers which had headed the negotiations along with the IUE called for the strike Sunday morning when negotiations collapsed Both unions followed GE made one a three year contract with wages increases averaging 20 to 45 cents an which the UE and IUE rejected They de manded higher increases in a 30month contract GE rejected a union offer to submit the Contd on Page 10 Mummers Parade At Mapleton Mapleton officially opened the 1969 Halloween season Saturday evening with its 21st annual mum mers parade and party Approximately 230 persons marched in the gala procession with the large majority of them being youne mummers Cash prizes amounting to S50 were awarded by the Mapleton Lions Club sponsor of the event Mapleton Brownie Troop No 1393 won top prie of S10 while S5 awards went to the 18 member Mill Creek Majorettes and Betty Buckley of Altch Postmaster Elba I Coder a member of the committee estimated that about 3000 per sons were on hand to see the parade The weather was cold and crisp excellent for a Halloween parade L Park Andrews was the chairman of the parade while Wilber Dell was in charge of the highly successful party at the Mapleton Band Hall immediately Contd on Page 10 An escapee from the Hunting don State Correctional Institu tion is listed in serious condi tion today at Cumberland Md Memorial Hospital as the result of being she by a policeman and run over by a stolen truck Edward John Nowakowski 39 of Backus Road Erie R D 7 suffered a gunshot wound of the left hip while trying to escape from Maryland State Policeman R W Brown It will be recalled that Nowa kowski serving 2lzto 5 years for prison breach escaped from the SCI on Fridav afternoon about Parley On Deadlock Scheduled Little Sweethearts To Be Highlight County Persons HARRISBURG UPI Lead ers of the Republican majority block of the State Senate will meet at the capitol Wednesday to seek solutions to the pro tracted deadlock over state fi while working on a detail nances The session will be held in the office of Senate President Prc Tempo Robert D Fleming R TT Delegates At Gala Mount Union state Parade Coming Up west of the at the reservoir prison No trace was found of Nowa kowski until about Saturday Allegheny morning when State Police at Bedford re ce ived a call that a m an driving a 1963 Ford pickup had Gerald E Hudson The fiscal issue was placec squarely in the lap of the Sen ate last week when the House stopped at a Clearville service completed passage of a S424 mil station near the Maryland line lion business tax package draft ed by Democrats Fleming and other Senate Re publicans have denounced the House tax proposals as harm ful to business and industry and indirectly to all Pennsyl vanians in Bedford County He borrowed a dollar from the attendant in order to buy gas Being suspicious the attend Contd on Page 12 The Mount Union Area Jaycees have been busy the past several weeks making plans for Mount Unions annual Halloween Parade to be held on Saturday November 1 at 8 pm In the spotlight for this gala affair will be the popular Little Sweethearts of Lewistown As In the past years the parade has been organized by the Mount Union Area Jaycees and spon sored by the Mount Union firms organizations and merchants Youngsters with their pets are invited to participate in the Pet Parade scheduled for Thursday October 30 at pm Floats entered in the parade will be competing for a total of S300 in prizes For floats in Contd on Page 7 Housing Authority Arctic Air National Union WinAll 130 Seats Leftists Lose In Portugal Voting LISBON UPI Official returns showed today the ruling National Union won all 130 national assembly seats in Sundays election crushing the first serious bid by the Portuguese leftist opposition in 43 years The outcome of the voting strengthened the position of Lllioil Premier Marcelo Caetano in the right wing union and opened tne wa or to LMvjljr LiriAe promised social and economic reforms in Portugal East Coast Arctic air settled over the nations midsection and spread south and eastward today in an extensive pattern It reached from the Rockies to the Great Lakes keeping temperatures generally below the freezing point Snow flurries blew across the Great Lakes on blustery west tonorthwest winds Gale warn ings were hoisted on the Upper Great Lakes in the wake of a low pressure syrtem retreating into Canada In the Central Kockies a lew snowflakes fell while rain fell in the warmer areas of the Contd on Page 7 Huntingdon County Housing The revenue gap for the Authority Executive Director For Bloodmobile 196970 fiscal year which beGerald E Hudson died un gan on July 1is estimated at expectedly at his home IS East between 400 million and S500 Milford Street Mount Union on million Saturday October 25 1969 The full General Assembly is Hudson had been serving as a in recess until Nov 12 because member of the board of direc of the upcominggeneral electors of the Juniata Foundation for ti0ru the Blind a director and board In other events in Harrisburg member of the American Cancer Donors Are Sought In Delegates and guests from Huntingdon County are among 1800 persons attending the 97th convention of the Pennsyl vania State Grange which open ed today at Lewistown The con vention will continue through Oct ober 30 Convention headquarters is Holiday Inn and sessions are being held in Chief Logan High School Among those in attendance from Hartslog Valley Grange in clude the master Frank Magill and Mrs Magill official dele gates Mr and Mrs E P Young past state deputy and past state matron respectively The following members from Tuscarora Valley Grange No 2042 will take the sixth degree Mr and Mrs Ralph Stillman Mr and Mrs Harry Stuart Mrs Grace Parson Mrs Lula Mur phy Mrs Mildred Murphy Mrs Hulda Pattison Mrs Jean Sny der Mrs Rosie Holden Robert Holden Mrs Lucille Cowan Dean Montgomery Mr and Mrs John Shopp Official delegates are Mr and Mrs Michael Shoop Others attending from this grange will be Mrs Ruth Snyder Mrs Hazel Cowan Mrs Rosetta Mil ler Mrs Melva Shoop and Mrs in ULUcl in lieu J IOUUA 5 this week Vice President Spiro Society Huntingdon County Unit M Oil Tit I 111 OH Mabel Locke Contd on Page 7 Contd on Page 12 U 1UUII Present from Big Valley Gr The Red Cross Bloodmobile from the Johnstown Blood Center will collect blood in Mount Union Politv Of Humanitarian ism Viet Cong Set To Release 3 POWs SAIGON UPI Liberatin Radio announced today the Viet Cong will release three U S Army prisoners in keeping with their policy of generosity and humanitarianism are the master Paul H Knepp and Mrs Knepp who Contd on Page 12 Guerrillas Hold Parts Of Tripoli BEIRUT UPI The Leba nese government lifted or relaxed Us 24hour curfew In all major cities except Tripoli today and was reported on the verge of entering peace talks with Arab guerrilla leaders Fighting between government troops and guerrillas had tapered off to a point where both sides were honoring a gentlemens agreement in Tripoli and a ceasefire In one part of embattled Southern Lebanon The guerrillas still held a large portion of Tripoli Leban ons second largest city on the northern coast and vowed they would not give It up until their camps were safe In the south President Carnal Abdel Nas ser spearheaded the diplomatic efforts to bring to an end to the conflict the worst Arab crisis since the 1967 Middle East War He dispatched a personal envoy Hassan Sabry elKholy to Damascus to meet with Syrian President Noureddln Atassl and with the Al Fatah guerrilla leader Yasslr Arafat tg urge an end to the fighting ElKholy completed those meetings Sunday Reports va ried on where he would go next either to Beirut to meet with Lebanese President Charles Helou or to Cairo to report to Contd on Page 7 on Wednesday November 5 at About 18 million of continen tal Portugals 95 million people Residents of the Mount Union were eligible to vote and 500000 area are reminded that Trick or out of 12 million in the overseas Treat for UMCEF will be conpossessions The National Union ducted on Thursday eening won about 85 per cent of the October 30 from 5 pm to S vote pmi First Serious Challenge Youngsters from the various Leftist opposition groups were churches in the community will able to make their first serious participating in this collecchallenge in the elections under tion for the unfortunate socalled righttospeak liberties ren of the world Those from recently extended by Caetano St Catherines Church will colNo opposition deputy has sat lect in Kistler St Luke Lutheran in Portugals assembly since a Garber and Halley Street inright wing military revolt ousted eluding Davis Street Wesleyan the Republicans in 1926 and Harrison Street to Jones Street opened the way for exPremier Contd on Page 10 Contd on Page 12 Computers Have Answers For Campaign Planning Payoff To Democrats Is Charged No time or place was set for the release which would bring to 17 the number of US prisoners freed by the Viet and North Vietnamese From the somewhat garbled broadcast account of the mens names ranks serial numbers and dates of capture the US military command came up with the names of these said nissing GIs Spec4 Willie A Watklns The Viet Cons radio announcer said he was from Santee SC WASHINGTON U Paul J Fannin RAriz today the Democratic party received in campaign contributions as an apparent political payoff after a US headquarters lists him as Johnson administration refusal missing in action since Jan 10 to extradite labor leader Hal iges Banks to Canada From North Carolina Banks a US citizen was pfc H Strickland leader of Canadas Seafarers Jr Liberation Radio said he International Union in 1963 was from Carolina He when he was convicted for Deen missing since Jan 8 perjury in testimoney before a 1968 Royal Canadian Commission pfc Coy R Tinsley who about an assault that occurred the Viet Cnne broadcast said CContd on Page 12 Contd on Page 12 Two Capture Nobel Prize For Economy STOCKHOLM UPI Prof Jan Tinbergen of the Nether lands and Prof Ragnar Frisch of Norway today won the first Nobel Prize for Economy The fivemember prize com mittee of the Swedish Academy of Sciences cited the 66yearold Tinbergen a professor at the Netherlands School of Econom ics in Rotterdam and the 74 yearold Frisch for having developed and applied dynamic models for the analysis economic processes The award worth 372700 like Contd on Page 12 To Aid Republican Candidates Nixon Will Take 1st Campaign Trip WASHINGTON UPI President Nixon puts the finishing touches today on plans for his first political campaign trip in of the blood program at the Mount support of Republican candidates since he entered the White House Quota will be 85 pints of blood Donor recruitment for this visit is being done by the Future Nurses Club of the Mount Union Area High School under the dir ection of Mrs Mary Gaisior The Mount Union Manufacturing plant Local 424 under the super vision of Mrs IvaMinnick presi dent of the union is also recruit ing donors Miss Agnes Koehler chairman Union Chapter stated that replacements will be accepted Nixon spent the weekend at his Camp David mountain retreat in Maryland where he worked on major speeches on Vietnam and Latin America A presidential foray across the Potomac River into Virgi lt nia is set for Tuesday in behalf with the person calling you as ttus of Linwood T who is seeking to defeat Democratic nominee William C Battle in the governors race The President will address a rally in Holtons hometown of Roanoke Tuesday night Nixon is also scheduled to make appearances in Morris town and Hackensack NJ Wednesday to boost the candi dacy of Rep William T Cahill for governor Cahill faces Robert B Meyner the Demo cratic candidate who served the maximum permissible two con secutive terms before the current governor Democrat received blood during the last couple of months should make replacements at this time If you are contacted please say yes and schedule a time Contd on Page 12 2 Winners In Weekly Grid Quiz Richard Hughes won another eight years The GOP has not elected a New Jersey governor since 1949 but a feud between Meyner and the Hudson County Democratic organization gives Contd on Page 10 THE WEATHER HOLLYWOOD a PI American democracy can be defined as government of the people most effectively heard So writes Herbert E Alexan der director of the Citizens Research Foundation Prince ton NJ a nonpartisan organi zation that keeps a sharp eye on political financing In a paper entitled nicatlons and Politics The Media and the Message prepared for a Duke University symposium Alexander notes The cost of modern communi cation ishigh enough to drive many out of the political marketplace and occasionally drive some into rebellion But he adds Through drama and often evident in demonstrations dis ruptions even some of the most politically destitute the the poor the black the can attract attention to their claims and mobilize support from rmre powerful segments of the society Alexander observing that more candidates are turning to professional campaign manage ment firms writes Indepth attitude polling based on marketresearch tech niques and the use of compu ters are the two imst popular recent innovations of political professionals Both are impor tant tools in deciding what and how to comm inicate Issue polling can be useful early in the campaign for deciding which issues the candidate should stress can be used to tell a candidate whether he has a chance to win an election and what he has to do to be successful Computers can pin point swing areas and swing Contd on Page 10 UMCEF Drive Toniiiht UMCEF collectors will call on Huntingdon homes tonight after 6 oclock for funds to aid less fortunate children around the world Only a few more weeks remain of in the 1969 Daily News Football Contest so anyone wishing to try their luck at winning the top merchandise certificate for should get an entry blank Into The Daily News as soon as possible Top prize this week goes to Sandra Rudy of 824 Fifth Street Huntingdon The winning form showed five incorrect games Sandra will receive a merchan dise certificate in the amount of good at any of the participating stores Mostly cloudy windy and colder with chance of showers today Steady or slowly fall ing temperatures today Varfc able cloudiness and colder with chance of snow flurries tonight Low mid 20s to low 30s Tuesday variable cloudi ness and cold High raid 30s to low 40s Wednesday partly cloudy and not so cold Pessimistic Impatience Is Increasing In US NEW YORK UPI A pessimistic impatience with the war in Vietnam is increasing in the United States according to a new Second prize of went to poll by the Louis Harris organization John R Vincenti 806 MountVer Four flftbs of the pubUc are nonAve Huntingdon who showed up and o the war a winning form with only six the poll r8veaied Yet 55 per incorrect games A merchandise centdown from 83 per cent certificate will be Issued in this two years ago feel the war has amount which may be redeemed necessary to thwart at any of the participating stores communist aggression in Asia Contd on Page 12 INSIDE THE NEWS Artists Talk During Pause In Reception During the course of Sundays reception Mrs Helen Kiracofe left and Mrs Katharine Price right stop to discuss one of thluimings in their joint exhibit open weekends at the Huntingdon Arts Center gylliy Many fniuls and interested persons attended the reception for the artists yesterday from 2 to pm and viewed the moitthan 50 works on dis lay ir acrylic and watcnoior ofticial hours again are next Saturday andSunday frim to oclock Ann Landers11 Classified Ads 16 17 Comics15 Crossword17 Football Contest 8 9 Obituaries2 Society Club13 Sports4 5 Through These Doors 14 Results of the poll appear In the current issue of Time magazine released Sunday Onethird of those contacted in Harris twopart survey of tpe general public and commu nity leaders favored immediate total withdrawal of all US troops from Vietnam A wide majority 76 per cent agreed in principle with President Nixons troop withdrawal plans howev er About half the public would continue the withdrawals on a prearranged schedule even if that means the eventual collapse of the Saigon govern ment slightly more than a third would alter the schedule for the sake of South Vietna mese President Nguyen Van Thieu Harris surveyed 1650 people in a crosssection of the population their responses showed antiwar sentiment still is stronger among blacks than whites among the young than the old in the East and West than the Midwest or South Another 1118 people questioned were public officials chiefs of minority and dissident organiza tions business executives edi tors leaders of educational and voluntary institutions those whose collective voice registers loudest in public debate Harris said The two groups differed substantially on only onr topic Contd on Page 10 ;