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   Daily News (Newspaper) - January 2, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                CLASSIFIED ADS DL4L MISS CLASSIFIED 6434040 or 5424641 THE DAILY VOL 47 CENTS COPT HUNTINGDON AND MOUNT UNION PA THURSDAY JANUARY 2 1969 Phone 6434040 NO 287 Common Ground High Level Meeting Planned Mill Creek Man Killed In Smash up 200 Mark Traffic Death Toll No Record A Mill Creek painter Randall B Cook died in Harrisburg Hospital on New Years Day of injuries received in a hendon cartruck accident PARIS ITU American in Chambersburg on Tuesday The Xew and South Vietnamese neeotiaiaftemoot traffic death tors called a high ieveJ meeting Cook suffered head injuries in toward today to work out a common the crash which occurred on advance petition on procedural difChambersburgs F r a n k 1 i n National Safety Council ferences with the Communists Street at pm Tuesday as It seemed unlikelv New Peace Proposals For Middle East Are Reported Years holiday toll headed today tile low minimum Olympic Airliner Is Hijacked estimate made by the a new young Huntingdon would be set for a 30 which are delaying the sued Paris peace talk nam The allied team only lowerlevel conversations DllrPHe worked at the trailer over the Christmas and plant as a cound hadpredictcd M 3 to 2W persons would be killed ce talks on Vietman as en route to Mill Creek hour nolidav I from his work at Ihe DeRose ams which held industries factory at Chambers e e conversations DllrHe worked at tne trailer for a oneday 193 traffic deaths Dav i Years holidays scheduled meeting this afternoon between Cyrus R Vance No 2 U The accident victim was first T i the nations roads this new S taken to UamoersDurg Hospital ycar between 6 pm local time Plane Is Forced To Fly To Egypt negotiator and Jssison delesaand then was transferred to n pni midnight ATHENS DPI plane with 100 persons For Bloadmobile Visit WalkIns Needed At Mount Union Week Of Prayer Services Are Scheduled Fighting Continues To Flare Up Ail Olympic Airways aboard was lion chief Priam Dans Lain Harrisburg General Hospital for t a 1 k 5 originally schedtreatment of his injuries Hef United Press International tilw tor NOT b so tar have notaied at am yesterday cmni ni 3 am fesr showed a wen to 5tan because of an An autopsy is planned to deieast person5 had been unresolved quarrel over lift termine thecause of death killed in traffic accidents since snape o the coherence table Cook lived with an aunt hoUriav bcssn A normal WednesVshortly after takeoff from Heraklton Crete for011 Week of Prayer services for tlie OrbisoniaRockhill area were amunmced today by the New peace moves nn ministerium of the twin reported in the The American Red C r o s souglis Middle East hijacked Bloodmobile svill visit Mount Ln The special services will be beginning Monday today continued But with Athens today and forced to fly announced to Egypt the air The airline said ihe plane landed first si Alexandria Egypt but later flew to Cairo liv C U I til Cill CUUU tiC 111C Ulyet 11 IIU Ulili rrll i Ti TlU t Ine Noni Vietnamese and let Sueek at Mil Creek nonholidny30hour period would Ttle nationality of the hijackers Cong delegations demand and Hc J5 a sonof Mrs Merle i Bethave 95 killed the council saidwas not known the alhes reject scaiing arrangetV Mexerlm of MiU Creek i TIP i n W1S the second such meras making the Viet Corg co chambersburs police said ecus Saigon in the neaotiatmg Cook was southbound on Frank rown jin Street driving a Ford Observers believed t h a t as convertible For some unknown soon a the allies a free to reason he crossed over into the common position afternew connorthbound lane and rammed sukauons with their respective headon iiuo an Autocar tractor governments they will contact trailer lite Hanoi delegation to try to strike a bargain Continued On Psge Two The breakdown Traffic Fires Planes Miscellaneous Total California bv 156 H 21 213 led the incident in three months involv ing Olympic Airways which is ownedby multimillionaire ship owner Aristotle Onassis hus band of the former Jacqueline Kennedy On Nov S wo Ford To Re Renamed MeComiack To Stay As Speaker WASHINGTON UPH election of Speaker John McCormack appeared assured e members metj leaders for thej Fridav JanuarvIR janu m n until fiVm Otioarv Saturday JanuIsraeli Air Force planns ary 11 Services will be conductout aftpr dawn aftarlr u v i TI i iklct l rt nct a is oo pinus o etj a pllv cach evenlnn from 12 noon la for tlie Jmua viecl at p m cach evening blood Walkins are always wcl1 Churches and speakers for Arab guerrilla posi and sabotage in Jordan corned please dont hesitate 10 week of prayer are HS stop All j Jammrv 6 former telB Church persons who have had a the Rev Donald Keith Janu ry 7 Orbisonia First Method member of their immediate j ist ChurcJi tlie Rev R A Bev Orbisonia nests Pope Paul VI in a wra newspaper interview said inter vention by the great powers the Re family receive blood in the pastcrlin January S several months are asked Church the halt VlfCC t mtiTir 0 ritVotrtiiTn ill II tl place the blood at this visit Co ciuS T TtlR Union was The blood you needed to helpJRev William Ohegwin January3 P0306 plan a member of your family was10 Church of the Nazarene in lle Lebanese cabinet met jmay need it but 4 Holiday Wrecks Shirley Man Injured In 1 Car Crash was damaged about 600 Layton WHS not injured U was Chsmbersburgs third fatal traffic accident of ISoS egmie 1 The borough had over 500 trafnl accidents five members of a sabotage the Lodi Calif family were kUled by discouraging Wednesday night when to Greece a Onassis is presently on y holiday with his wife on their msker n K Udall DAriz to replace theUhe chapter would like to lnese services 77yearold Massachusetts lawue to remain on the eligibility figured to win for outofregion blood fie accidents during the foir acilt off the On7sFiTownedlhev important concesj by the Red jyear police said were killed in a Island of Skorpios Partr and houseiCross program provides whole Cook attended the Mill Creek injurec In a statement Olympic said aftairs wl11 TUn jblood and biood components to j Elementary School and he also Three children burned the DC6 carrying 95 Republicans at their own prei 43000 hospitals on a regular bas iattended Huntingdon Area High n a fire vvhich destroyed a crew partT huddle were to is makes available to physi School He waF engaged to Mis ncjr homeat Minot NTD Six hijacked 18 minutes afterrename Rep Gerald R Ford oflcians serum albumin for emer Pairicia Jane Fortney of Mount pcrsols were killed when an Air lakeoff from Heraktion on theiMichigan as Iheir party leadergency trcaUnent of shock J a trainer crashed Greek island of Crete U t Union She is emploved A Smrleysburg joung mannurse Cnsmbersburg Robert Samuel Townsley 21 j al HamPron injured and hospitalized tt Cook vv bon at Miu CrMkj was injured and hospitalized as the result of a onecar cent last n i g a t on Route o22 d Bev 5 aoout 12 miles nortn ot fchir Jeysburg Townsiey is listed in of factory condition today at J C Blair Memorial iMerctskov Dies The officers of the TwinBor staff of the Sttrete Gnernle Democratic insurgents Quota lor the last two Mouniougn Ministerium extend a police were put under Rep MorrisUnion visits has been made invitation to the public to the command of Geji Emile Bustani he army commander in Israeli Air Force planes tlus morning silenced Fatah guer rilla positions and sabotage nests in the Jordanian hamfet of Menshiyeh on the east bank of tlie Jordan River south of the Sea of Galilee The attack followed an attempt by a guerrilla bazooka learn to blast an Israeli patrol The Arabs without a contest Interstates To Biugeoii Durius 1969 State Secretary of Highways trcaUnent of gamma globulin for protection It said the pilot D ReDublicans were asked to against hepatitis and other di falosRobolis radioed Undertake a stand on whether and scases ftbrinoaen for control of I Robert G Barllcll h a s an pressure am obliged to fly the llnder what conditions to seat1 hemorrhasing in child birth inoimced a miles of son of ercsov ies plane to Egypt former Rep Adam Clayton vascinia immune globulin expressways will have peck Cookj MOSCOW Kirill Mer Olympic said the plane flewpowell DNY whose Haflemjonly specific treatment for to travelers by the his mother Otskov Marshal of the Cairo found the have twice rejvere complications from lne new Jear then landed on the He is survised by and stepfather Mr and Whn7o7i7manderian7rmv csed and NliH Creekin Russias IMO war He was ot tne Methoaist faun Finlatlrf dicd Monday aflcr aranean coast about 200 Ie was a member of the Mil ih Soviet newsnorth of Cairo wncre ne is oeing treated lor aCrcek volunteer Fire Tasi said Wednesday the Cairo airport lDnrJlons and Funeral services will be was had been conustons Oi ine bOu Saturday Januao 4 at 2 pmmore Iatcty insoector general ofthere Olympic said Continued On Page Sixteen jthe of Defense Continued On Page Sixteen atelected him lo the House vaccinations and serves people through Red Cross chap ters that reach a combined pop ulation of 112000000 Everyone benefits from know This means that 1318 of the Commonwealths 1576 miles o interstate roads will be in use and compares favorably with the 130 miles that were opened dur It was one oi fouraccidents investigated Year Day by State Poiice of the Huntingdon Townsley was northbound last night at oclock when he fell asleep at the wheel his l56 Chevrolet sedan The car ran onto the right east berm and tcok out five wooden guard The car wa demolished loss bcina set a S375 AHuntingdon REJ 2 Stephen K 17 was slight ly injured early Xew Year Day in a onecar secidem on Route 305 about Oi ot a me wet of Cottage was trsvelims south cl am a Ply mouth coup He was attempting to pass another car but riie to a sirofig fusi oi wind and sniw he ran onto the berm the northbound traffic lane Hi ve hicle dropped over an Snch bank flipped over and skidded on i5 roo into a ploughed field car demolished loss b set at 5900 pcron was injured in an acciricni csrv New Yrsrs D on Route 22 at South Fourth Seshcn E2ene Her HTiinciDr RD 1 WES esit 92564 GIs Are Wounded During Year 14521 Americans Killed In Viet Combat In 1968 Daughter Of Writer Is Found Dead l SAIGON fUPD American combat losses in nearly equaled the number of GIs killed land in the first seven years of the I Vietnam war US headquarters said today 1 ing 1968 safe supply of Additionally another 73 miles missed the target Pope Interviewed Tlie fighting continued what Pope Paul described as the Continued On Page Two Bad Luck Hits Secrest Family Again Middle Road New Czech Cabinet Is Appointed Muimners Parade Is Postponed PRAGUE middle Official figures not road of CzechoslO the last davs of iT vearyakia s new fecieral government n racrrtz showed M521 dead and 92564 i during placing all but aj Bfd llCk hit Secrest fam in crah Aeu very can be carried on Transplant Anniversary Today PHILADELPHIA UPI cs valves on saxophones and Dec 28 1958 military spokes partv sources said todav CAPE TOWN OJPI A heartshaped cake Expert sources emphasized carrying a single blue candle and the inscrip fhal the new federal governition To Phil from Chris was the centerpieceinIaw Mrs inon Tucsdav 1 j i i o iJ t t i n i ii 7 LVJj irientilied with either tne nc on Route am 3 5PS7 Ciciillac He e h i ractor trailer vri from South Fourth Street Route 22 to travel east Tne puied into Haers oath and HOLLYWOOD tfPH A great Dane out for a walk with us master Weanesciny led ths man to ihe body of the 17year old daughter of screenwriter Marina Elizabeth Habe had winds uusting more than 30 men said 30543 Americans progressive or socalled been the object of a wide search miles ah hour which destroyihave died and 192372 have been vatfve wings of the parly The cake symbolized the since she apparently was fancy headdresses forced postwounded in Vietnam Another Trumpets blew Hussitebattleheart beating inside Blaibergs abducted Monday from in front ponement of New Years Days 243 are missing in action orhymns into the icy winter airclient The cake and the heart of her mothers home colorful 63ih annual Mummerscaptured ffom Town Hal as were given lo him by Dr Sheriffs detectives said the parade until Saturday I In fighting tempered by Prague Radio announced PresChristiaan Barnard a year ago body of the siain girl was Bv aereemcnt Communist and allied holiday ident Ludvik Svobodas list oftoday the jwres of bands and club standdowns last week USthe new cabinet members i The traditional absent concealed in ihe brush in a i Continued On Page Twelve semirural area of homes about seven from where she disappeared in West Los Angela miles per hour Detectives declined 10 say n The mercury dropped to 16 A total of 2135 Communists which tne fin wno was louno fuliv degrecs and vCinds were during the week which1 Day not nip Schools Reopen domed had been tne victim oi enoush to make shambles ouiincluded a threeday guerrilla The new government is a sexual attack Autnontauve of TOEUlmes New Years Dryistanddnwn and a 24hour allied headed by the same premier reports said sne oied 01 multiple when the deci3ion wamade for Christmas It brought Oldrich Cernik a reformer who Continued On Page Sixteen postpone the march to mrire than 130000 the has faced the reality of Mediterfioin which he was excluded on milesLMarch 1 Anderson Favored 111 JIU I plane flewwas favored over Rep Albert Quie RMinn for election as chairman of tlie ls available to Lne cornj of projects will move from tne conference a post being vacatmun when needed Wont you drawing boards to construction ed bv Rep Melvin D Laird RhelP us io helP others j during placing all but a Continued On Page Sixteen The Mount Union Chapter of few liief dunnS me holiday sea the American Red Cross is a j Pittsburgh and Harrisburg areas mflmV01 f participating agency of the Unittin tHTconstruction phase Flve member of the family ed Fund ofHuntingdon County1 U is interesting to note and it is through tile erlci of 1969al blli to this fund that the work of this miles of the 313 miles of rhrklma invnortant blood slate 80 will be in use with the1 kariier on Chris mao Lve oiooa pn0rdm one member of the family was Continued On Page Twelve killed and four other another headon crash near Haines City Fla Mrs Clara Dover Secrest 43 of Hollywood Fia a former resident of Mount Union was killed in that crash Her husband Benjamin Secresl Sr 46 also of Holly wood Fla was injured in the mishap Yesterday Benjamin suffered two broken legs in the accident in Fort Lauderdale A Mill Creek man George H Secrest 59 in Florida to attend for his sister Benjamin Secrest was seriously in Ijtired in yesterdays crash He suffered a broken arm and a fractured pelvis Also hurt in yesterdays crash were Raymond Jenkins Sr 55 Roxbury his wife Blanche Se crest Jenkins SO Benjamin Se I crest and his daughter Martha 110 Jenkins suffered head and other injuries while his wife has a broken leg and facial and 2 head injuries Benjamin Secrest 2 i received two broken legs and is 14 listed as serious His daughter 4 suffered abrasions and lacera U S servicemen Presses the determination oi LU Communists to Ktrht continue careful liberalization Blaiberg Marks 1st Re Birthday wounded Jyear mg l m to and other major ciues no distinguished Bonechilling cold which freez From Jan 1 1961 tnrough ment includes none of the men r Dr 01 Rlaiberes first rebirthdav itary spokesidentified with eitheY the UI rnlP s lust leoiiinaaj expensive comprjjjng the mummers will forces lost 113 men It replaced the cabinet which friends toast at todays party march when temperatures lowest weekly death toll of resigned Dec 28 lo make way mjght well be Blaibergs tribute to 2T and winds exceed 30 tne vcar Spokesmen said 1021 for the new federal government to Clive Haupt the 24yearold i Americans were wounded of Czech and Slovak Republics Colored textile mill worker1 tok effect New Yearswhose heart replaced Blaibergs Obituaries own diseased organ Society And Club News INSIDE THE NEWS Almanac Ann Landers t Classified Ads Comics Crossword Puzzle Columnists Editorials Stock Market fi 8 17 15 17 6 the A year ago Blaiberg 59 was Sports Continued On Page Sixteen 1 Sunday School Lesson 11 Continued On Page Twelve To Keep Peace In Middle East YOINGSTOWN Ohio LPP reopcned today for Youngstowns 23020 public school students far the first time since Nov 27 when the school shut down because it ran out of money Voters in this industrial city of i77200 have rejected six tax levies in the last two years The Board of Education closed the schools after a 12mil additional levy turned down in Nov 5 election and again in a special election Dec 10 Administrators plan to borrow jnrJs on a Great Powers May Have To Intervene Pope Says number of Reds slain in 1963 Soviet invaders Truce Ends of the new cabinet South Vietnamese losses formembers has been attacked by the week were 279 men killed I tne Press of the Soviet Union or and 901 wounded Their figures the other four Warsaw Pact for the war are not available nations that mvaded lo quell Communists meantime what were considered extreme TURIN Italy aul VI said interview published the Thp I IJC inwanniiit ended their threeday L Years truce today and shelled one of the new cablncl two US bases slamming 10 rockets into a Marine helicopter13 collaborator by the Czechoslo UPI Pope Middle East a peace that can base at Da Nang and 65 mortar in a historic be born only from generositypounds into an artillery outpost tne central highlands Losses members has been criticized as aborator by the CZE vaks on the other hand Continued Cm Page Sixteen today that from the general will intervention of the great interrupt the chain of powers might be necessary 10 perhaps from the bring peace to the Middle East intervention of the great pow Tne Pooe marie this suecesers l8nt stations aamaTnewuk in rvi ws inhisto y Place Monday at the Vatican and the given by teachers are to be tcrdav ve passed a Paul lof the Itheir December salaries really dark day the Pope said The Vatican Idiately The others will referring to the Israeli attack concede that their back pay before on the Beirut Airport Levi did6ranls an interview of the current school not quote directly the Popes wrote that it was subsequent remarks but wrote interview but a talk kew date has been set for There developed a discourse greater part declines toj Vietnamese the Pope ever tion to resubmit the leyyprecise and rich with details onmcrview wtltcn filled wed On Page Sixteen conditions of peace in the Continued On Page Sixteen patrols had little luck fmding Communist troops to armTlchS wesfof Wnging to 10 tons the of found In fhe troops uncovered Of the Commu buildup threatening 375 recojiiess rifle cases of handgre of bullets more so evnist arms not anjsajROrl shells 170 of and US B52 bombers in three Continued Oa Page Sixteen THE WEATHER Variable cloudiness windy and cold with scattered snow flurries today High 15 to 22 Increasing cloudiness and very cold tonight Low zero to 10 above except colder some val ley areas Cloudy and not so cold Friday with occasional snow High 23 to 31 Saturday outlook cloudy and cold with SIXMV flurries Winds north west 10 to 15 miles per hour today light and variable to night South 5 to 15 miles per hour Friday Winters Fury Is Felt In Much Of Country Today Man Kills 4 Wounds 5 Then Takes Own Life WBSTBRNV1LLE NY former mental patient shot and killed four persons and wounded five others late Wed nesday then fled in a equipped with a snowplow state troopers exchanged fire with the man on a lonely snowcovered rural road before the gunman fatally shot himself through the head with an automatic rifle State police said the man identified as Ralph MacLachlan 37 went on a shooting rampage Continued On Page Sixteen About the only havens from winters fury today could be found in the nations extreme Southeast and Southwest The worst weather was in the extreme Northwest and Northeast In between it was very at the zero mark in much of the nation and near or below freezing elsewhere Snow fell from the Great I jc7p towcstel11 York atspecds of 50 miles Two northwestern Pennsylvania and h prompled travelers warn 1 he Pacific Coast to the foot of snow fell on the area closing many roads including Interstate 90 along the shore of Lake Erie Winds blowing off Lake Erie Rockies Southern rain Travelers warnings were up in the Northwest and Northeast Extreme northeastern Ohio reported blizzard conditions Wednesday evening as high winds whipped the snows into twofoot drifts More than half a prompled in western ings northwestern where snow much as New York New York and Pennsylvania depths were as feet State police ad vised motorists Wednesday no unnecessary travel in central and western New York because of blizzardlike conditions CContinued On Page Sixteen   

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