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Daily News (Newspaper) - October 29, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania THE DAILY NEWS State Litr lucatio VOL 48 HUNTINGDON and MOUNT UNION WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 29 1969 NO 232 Militancy Advocates Gain Strength In Israeli Voting Truckers Battle One Man Killed YOUNGSTOWN Ohio UP I gun battle between Team sters Union members and striking independent steelhau lers killed one man and wounded five others Tuesday The strikers threatened more violence if Teamster trucks tried to return today to Republic Steel Corp Police sealed an eightblock area and used tear gas to restore order following the 30 minute confrontation in which they said between 100 and 150 shots were fired At least 50 carloads of Teamsters Local 377 members tried to escort a ninetruck convoy of Stoney Trucking Co tractortrailers through Repub lics plant gates when the shooting began police said Stoney focal point in the 12day strike is the principal hauler for Republic Stee Six are Arrested Six persons were arrested one on a charge of disturbing the peace Five were held on open charges If the trucks come back well be back but not with 22s said Ed Hugel an independent hauler Well have 303s You cant stop anything with a 22 Hugel called Tuesdays vi olence war Jerry Stoneburner head of Stoney Trucking Co said his firm would not dispatch any Contd on Page 10 At Legion 9Day Celebration Opens Tomorrow Golda Meirs New Millers Set Party sun For Grand Opening n Youth Coffee House Being Organized A place to go to think listen talk and be yourself These are the major goals of the Youth Coffee House that Is currently in the process of being organized in Huntingdon Backed by the Social Education and Action Division of the Hunting don Council of Churches a group of Huntingdon teenagers has been meeting every Sunday evening during September and October to discuss the possibilities for a Contd on Page 14 GEN M STEEL JR General To Be Veterans Day Speaker A Huntingdon native Brigadier General Maxwell Steel Jr USAF Medical Corps will be the main speaker at the Vet erans Day banquet sponsored by Frank P Honimon Post No 24 American Legion The dinner marking the 51st anniversary of Armistice Day will be held at the post home on Washington Street on Monday Nov 10 at 7 prm Plans for the affair were announced today by Legion CommanderFrank My ers Chairman of the affair Robert Launtz said today that the ban quet is being planned as one of the most outstanding Legion events of the year Launtz is being assisted by this commit tee George SteelE dwardOser Fred Rohland Earl Stapleton and Contd on Page 14 After a major remodeling project which started on November 15 1968 the new Millers in Huntingdon is ready for Its grand opening The event starts Thursday morning at 9 am with a brief ribbon cutting ceremony The store one of Huntingdons oldest retail organizations is putting finishing touches today on what has been named an in termission with the store closed to set the stage for the celebration Officials of the store said to day that they extremely proud of the allnew Millers and congrat ulate the store planners both outside and inside the company for their time and talent which Small game season gets into has made the store an outstanding full swing in Huntingdon County example of retail merchandising when more than 8000 licensed design hunters take to the fields on C Blair Miller Jr president Saturday November 1 for the of Millers declared Our per 9 am start Hunting Goes Into Swing sonnel performed with a true second effort throughout the long remodeling period He added Our people have done a great iob through a trying time The remodeled areaof the store involves 52984 square feet of which 33184 square feet Is in direct sales The balance of the area serves as office storage 7670 and miscellaneous The architect for the entire project was Jack W Risheberger Associates of Stdte College The general contractor was J M Young Sons of Belleville Contd on Page 2 Pheasants quail rabbit and wild turkey become legal quarry and join with grouse and squirrel which have been in season the past two weeks Turkey hunters should find enough birds but will have to work hard at hunting them to become successful Cottontails will be found In good cover Some areas will be good while others will be poor Summer populations seem to di minish as fall approaches Pheasant appear to be in about the same supply as last year and periodic Inseasons releases Contd on Page 2 Enjoys Visit To Virginia I INSIDE THE NEWS President Is Back On Campaign Trail In Power JERUSALEM UPI Advo cates of more militancy toward the Arabs dealt Premier Golda Meirs ruling Labor alliance a slight setback in Israels first national elections since the 1967 war incomplete returns showed today Mrs Meirs alliance swept to four more years in power according to the returns from Tuesday but with a majority In parliament reduced by perhaps as many as seven seats With 33 per cent of the vote count complete computer ana lysis predicted Labor would win 56 seats five short of an absolute majority In the 120 seat parliament Knesset and seven fewer than it held before The swing against Labor went to the rightwing Gahal bloc the second largest party in Israel and a partner with Labor in the National Unity coalition government formed one day before the 1967 Middle East War The coalition was certain to continue with Israel facing almost daily warfare against its Arab neighbors Political analysts saw the increased strength for the right not as a blow for Mrs Meirs foreign policy of secure frontiers but as an indication of displeasure with domestic issues They said a key factor was the Increasing number of industrial strikes that recently produced a rash of stoppages in major public utilities from ports to post offices Officials said 801 per cent of Israels 17 eligible voters cast Contd on Page 7 Share New AFS Materials Two members of the American Field Service staff from New York City paid a visit to Hunt ingdon yesterday Miss Beth Beisner center left and Miss Donna Lindemann center right talked with Mrs John W Swigart Jr right president of the Huntingdon AFS chapter and Mrs Paul Friend left adviser to the HAHS American Field Service club and sharedWith them new AFS materials AFS Staff Members Pay Visit Along The Juniata 3 Ann Landers28 Classified Ads 14 15 Comics 27 Crossword15 Society Club13 Sports4 A 5 WASHINGTON UPI smile was the overhead in a V fingers spread the same victory gesture In his first campaign appearance in 350 days Richard M Nixon had not altered his campaign style That is quite a welcome for an outside agitator he chortl ed to 11000 cheering partisans in Roanoke Va Nixon went to Virginia Tuesday night as had Vice President Spiro T Agnew and Gov Ronald Reagan before him to help Linwood Holton Republican candidate for gover nor The outside agitator reference was a poke at William C Battle Heltons Democratic opponent who said Nixon Agnew and Reagan were all outsiders coming in to tell Virginians how to vote 1 dont think the President of the United States is an Contd on Page 10 Negotiations To Resume In NBC Strike WASHINGTON tiations have resumed here in an effort to end a sevenweek old strike that has closed 13 plants of the National Biscuit Co including three in Pennsyl vania Tuesdays meeting was the first between the company and the American Bakery and Con fectionary Workers Internation al Union since Sept 30 Feder al mediators joined the session Some 9000 members of the Contd on Page 10 Huntingdon chapter of Amer ican Field Service enjoyed a first yesterday when two member of the national AFS staff from New York City paid an official visit en route to an area workshop being held at Wil liamsport today Miss Beth Beisner regional supervisor and Miss Donna Lindemann area supervisor spent several hours at the Swi gart home conferring with the chapter president Mrs John Swigart Jr and Mrs Paul Friend advisor to the AFS club at Huntingdon AreaHighSch ool Miss Beisner who lias been on the New York AFS staff for six years has a wide area under her wing as a regional supervisor Her territory includes all of Pen nsylvania parts of New York and all of New England Miss Linde mann who joined the AFS staff in June of this year serves central Contd on Page 7 Reshuffle To Be Announced Tomorrow Younger Men Join Francos Cabinet Costs Called Intolerable Finch Cans Plans For New Building Chilly Aii Digs Deeply Into Dixie Chilly air dug deeply into the heart of Dixie today Meanwhile warming souther ly winds pushed up through the central sections of the nation in advance of a low pressure system crossing the Rockies That low system was touching off a long band of precipitation today Rain drizzle or shower activity reached into the Plains while it snowed in the North Contd on Page 7 MADRID UPI Generalissimo Francisco Franco has re shuffled his cabinet to make way for younger men and new progressive policies aimed at giving Spain a more active role in the European community Political sources said today the shuffle to be announced Thursday by the 76yearold ruler is a clear victory for the Roman Catholic lay order Opus Dei and signals the defeat of Spains proFalangist Facist forces The cabinet most likely will be the last one the aging Franco will choose before he dies or retires thus giving it a strong influence on the political shape of an immediate post Franco period The sources said most of the key posts in the new cabinet would go to close associates sympathizers or supporters of the Europeanminded Opus Dei The Opus Dei made up largely of socalled techno crats advocates Spains en trance into the European Common Market and a more realistic stand on the issue of US bases in Spain Contd on Page 7 THE WEATHER Sunny and a little warm er today High mid 40s to mid 50s Fair and not so cold to night Low in low 20s to low 30s Thursday partly cloudy and warmer High in SOstolow 60s Fridays outlook in creasing cloudiness and warmer Viet Fighting Lull Enters 7th Week SAKON lull in Vietnam battle entered its seventh week today with US headquarters reporting scat tered fighting that killed 90 Viet Cong and North Vietnamese but no Americans At least 10 US servicemen were wounded in the fighting Tuesday all of them In more than a score of flareups in the northern five provinces milita ry spokesmen said The battle lull began Sept 17 and has dropped the US combat death toll below 100 for the past four weeks Civilian deaths in terror attacks rose to 104 last week and the South Vietnamese Command said today four civilians were killed and eight wounded Tuesday in a guerrilla bomb explosion on the northern coast Government authorities began releasing 24 Viet Cong priso ners this morning from various detention camps as promised but there was no word from the Viet Cong on their promised Contd on Page 10 Key Club Begins Annual MI Drive The Key Club of Huntingdon Area School Ixnvin its annual vuul drive yostorday for Muscular Dystrophy Opening phase of the appeal vas the placing of coin collectim canisters in Huntingdon area business establishments by Tom Brovn Mike Kaust Steve Mills Kfn Kephnrt ind John Brown The Key Club is sponsored l the Huntingdon Khvanis Club for the purpose of building and developing outstanding leadership in hih school nicod youni men of the area WASHINGTON UPI Secretary Robert H Finch has decided to shelve plans for a fancy new headquarters building for his Department of Health Education and Welfare complaining of intolerable costs wasted space and offbeat design In making the unusual move Finch admitted he urgently needs the million struc ture but at the same timeI consider it appropriate to defer A the construction of a project 1 P which promises to result in excessively high building costs even by todays standards of construction The secretarys decision was WASHINGTON UPI Se revealed a letter obtained by cretary of State William P upl jn which Finch told the Rogers was invited before the General services Administra Senate Foreign Relations ComUon u might review che mittee today to answer some project said he dld B0t questions the committee decidphm tQ ask for funds for the Rogers Will At Hearing be asked in Nixons Nov 3 building in next years budget request The multistory granitefaced ed would private President spoool to thi nation on bunding was scheduied to be Vietnam and the forthcoming buin between the present HEW strategic arms control prelimin Building the Capitol in ary talks in Helsinki were the southwest Washington The new main topics to be covered building would house only tho Contd on Paie 14 fContd on Page 10 Wald Employes Give Boost To UF Robert E Rodli watches is Miss Donna Schirm presents a check from the personnel of the John R Wald Company Inc to Ed Busa United Fund chairman for che Small Industries Division The Wald Company is a national leader of industrial consultarcs for correctional institutions The 15 Wald employes gave to the United Fund a total of an average per capita gift of nearly This is one of the highest per capita gifts received to date in the 1970 UF campaign in Huntingdon County Miss Schirm accounting clerk has successfully handled the UF drive at Walds for the past five years ;