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   Daily News (Newspaper) - January 3, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                CLASSIFIED ADS DIAL MISS CLASSIFIED 643404O or 5424641 THE DAILY 1712 VOL 47 NIJJE CENTS PER corr HUNTINGDON AND MOUNT UNION PA FRIDAY JAIVUARY 3 1969 Elected A Phone 6434040 ISO 288 GOP Whip Guerrillas Routed Red Forces Ambushed By Yanks SAIGOX soldiers ambushed a 50man Communist platoon carrying a ton of ammunition on the Cambodian frontier and with artillery strikes killed nine guerrillas military spokesmen said today Dropping their cargo llie surviving guerrillas fieri and 10 minules later directed a savage 110round mortar barrage onto the Americans base nearby Losses aniong South Vietna mese soldiers at the camp were light bur no US servicemen were hurt Tlie ambush 65 milesnorth of Saigon and three miles from Cambodia was part of the concentrated allied patrolling and bombing campaign against theJNorth Vietnamese and Viet Cong supply effort building against Saigon Headquarters said four US troopers were wounded in the 20minute ambush fighting at dusk Thursday before the Reds fled leaving behind 22000i bullets in boxes 75 mortar rounds and 20 pounds of explosives Heaviest Raid In Weeks American B52 bombers flew their heaviest raids in fhree weeks in the past 24 hours spokesmen said Five of the 10 strikes splattered 500and 750 Two Vehicles Demolished In Jacks Narrows Crash This 1956 Pontiac coupe was demolished early today when it crashed into the rear of a 1962 Rambler parked along Route 22 in Jacks Narrows The driver of the Pon tiac Ivan E Mammon 42 Rockhill Furnace was injured and hospitalized Both cars were a complete loss total da mage being See Another Photo Page JO Roekliill Man Hurt Iu Smasliup Oifoses US Sale To Israel A Rockhill Furnace man was pound bombs into guerrilla injured and two cars were stores and hideouts 31 to m an accident CailV tnnav in larL5 Narrows miles north and northwest of Saigon Stratofort pilots raid two raids into fhe Mekong Delta Continued On Page Two Russia Seeks To Halt Plane Deal Nixou To Head Back To New York LOS ANGELES UPI Balance County Ends Year In Black Huntingdon County closed ouL 1968 in the black A final financial statement for the year presented to the commissioners yesterday showj ed a balance of inj the General Fund Account The report prepared by Coun ty Treasurer Richard B Kidd revealed that of Ihe to tal is in interestbearing invest ments Chairman Gordon W Haver stock presided at the sion was attended by Commis 91st Congress Opens Kennedy Victor In Fight BULLETIN WASHINGTON UPf Vnuthfui Sen Edward M Kcnnctiy won a spot mi the Senate Democratic leadership ladder today as lhe 91st Congress which will legislate for the next two years of the Nixon administration opened on a slronglv liberal note The last of he Kennedy brothers succeeded in ousting hen Russell B Long of Louisiana as party whip by a vote ot ol o 26 Ihu whip post amoiinls to being the assistant Democratic leader iu the party hierarchy WASHINGTON UPI The 91st Congress began business today on a note of surprise as boardsSen Hugh Scott a Pennsylvania moderate was 1 J 1 Ti e Hepubhcan whip Sen Roman ms sioners Henry C McCamanl and of by As Speaker Donald C Broadbenl and marSin of 23 20 at a torney A Lynn Corcelius shorLIv before lhe ty solicitor and Lewis Greene chief clerk pj House and Senate were convene at noon EST The Huntingdon County Agrir Al me Ume Sen cultural Extension Service M Kcnnedv of Massa gel committee met with was bidding at a commissioners to discuss UielDem0cratlc caucus to oust Sen agencys yearend financial Rllsse11 as Pal statement The agencys budget The Scott victory was consi for 1969 will be the same as forj dcrcd a key victory for the 196S S11030 broken down asi liberalmoderate wing ot follows S3BOO secretarys at the outset of the new ary 54200 travel expenses Scott in the past has Seventyseven and looking 200 office supplies LOOO strongly identified with every day of it the old phone SI000 miscellaneous and such causes as civil rights and politician frum South Boston McCormack Clobbers Opponents WASHINGTOX UPI Not lhe last hurrah for John equipment The commissioners approved the report and the 1363 budget which was presented by the Continued On Page Two Heavy Fire Loss Dorm At Cressoii Is Destroyed today in Jacks Narrows about 32 miles west Union The accident victim Ivan E Hammon 2 Box 46 Rockhill Furnaceis listed condition at the J C Blair Me morial Hospital where he is be ing treated for a fracturedj right forearm and lacerations of the head Slaie Police reported hat Hammon was westbound at 2 am today operating a J9i6 Armed with ihe football letter he never won the gentle ribbing LONDON UPI The Soviet Union wantsof who knew him when the United States to stop the supply of 50 torn supersonicwar planes to Israel diplomatic Nixon today bade goodbye to his sources said today native California The move was believed pail ma wlo on Jan 20 will of the current Soviet Mideast j inaugurated the 37th pres peace offensive launched by theident o lhe United States Kremlin in the western lo leave from here with simultaneous top level today at EST for a programs to help improve conditions in the city ghettos In advance of the caucus Hruska had been viewed as tiie Continued On Page Two Jordan To Get British soundings Thursday in Washing ton London and Paris The United States clinched iliglit to Chicago and New York The departure Tigercats The United States clinched The departure marked the Tlie Soviet Union sought foday the deal for Hie supply of the end a 12day vacation for Pontiac Star Chief coupe Forto tilt the escalating Mideast Phantoms with Uie and tne resumption of his some unknown reason he race in favor of the Arabs governmentonlv a week ara OniPreParations to assume the offthe north side m Route 22while declaring that it was the understanding tiiat delivery presidency lining powerful navalshould start later this year CRESSOX Pa j forces in the Mediterraneai nine mentally retarded patients1 As a result of the lerrific imbnck the Arab cause were led to safety the Rambler was driven As a leadmg BriUsh aircran Choir Will Give Lenten Concert The 65voice Concordia Choir under the di came to grips with the younger men who have been saying it was time for a change McCormack clobbered them Not only that in high good humor after winning his fourth term as Speaker of the House of Representatives 178 to 58 McCormack airily waved off stories that he was thinking of quitting after completing 42 years in the House in 1970 invention he sniffed after the contest with 46year old Rep Jforris K Udall D Ariz was over Oh yes Im 77 years old But Im still thiriking years rection of Dr Paul J Christiansen will Lenten Concert in Oiler Hall on Friday Russia was said to be eager Thursdav night when fire broke out in a inn f i a ItclUiJlri UiiClJM loo feet m a westerly disclosed on U S 22 Tne blaze destroyed one wing of lhe institution comprised oij three main building units coni nected by hallways j There were no injuries cause of the fire was not de Dr Francis Taylor acting said dam o hundreds of vehicles were Jed total loss being sei at SHOO it was i planes would s that possession of he Nixon was adjudged hy hisi doctor following a checkup physically fit to handle the burdens of that the The Mount Union Fire Dej Continued On Page Ten Twin Boys Born In Two Years to Jordan to defend East to the point of a passible Husseins airports againstnew major vsar Israeli air raids diplomatic sources reported the was trying to block Uie delivery i prepared of US Phantom jets to Tel Aviv Tfie bn rtortlv lw 6 pm while the ased between 15 and 35 were bein2 led to the dormitorv from a dining room l The dormitory stnicturer known as Unit 5 was deslroveri ecVme Firemen hampered by low water pressure fousht the wel timed in subfreezing temperatures icaltT The state purchased the Israeli Defense Minister Moshe Dayan meanwhile told GRAXD RAPIDS Mich I settlers of an embattled Israeli couldnt buy either settlement on the Lebanese for a million dollars but one offrontier the Arab raids which to Mr and have hit the area recently would s is more definitely be dealt with But informed sources said in rael that Arab guerrillas were UP iheir strength in the fv Part of Jn lhejriBrethren But there were no indications Kremlin so far that Moscow would be to reciprocate by agreeing lo an aims embargo Continued On Page Ten tf hS lhta s bor st ar s e B Because he was the Saylcs canjlsraelj him as a deduction for Continued On Page Ten Kiwaiiis Officers Installed about yesterday Dressed in the in of thinking only dark pin ary 21 John C Horn and Harold M Brumbaugh co chairmen of striped suit that is his working the program announced today j uniform McCormack whisked that arrangements have the press galleres after completed lo bring the worldhis victory and stopped long famous choral group fo Huntingienough to impart some elemen don Juniala College and Sljlal advice aparenlly aimed at James Lutheran Church a re the impatient junior Democrats Robert L SeaIpello was offHagain cosponsoring what hasuvho wanted to bench him dally installed as president and become a most outstanding muj a ymmg man has gflt u other officers formally accepted sical event in the area It will their new positions in the Huntbe the fourth appearance of thnj ingdon Kiwanis Club for 1969 aljMborliead Minnesota group aljj the regular meeting of the club Oiler Hall held Thursday at the Hotel Dr Christiansen a perfection Penn Hunt jist in tonal choral singing is the S200 state townAHoona Roman Catholic Continued On Page Two His twin brolher Kenneth was horn eight minutes later He represented a deduction for 1969 but not for 1953 But there was a consolation prize for Kenneth As the first baby of in Grand Rapids he gets the JC Is Given Two Grants Two grants totaling S163floGranci RPids Prcss trophy forj cloudiness and cold with scat r IVlP Vnar lurflH fliiKfinr Fleet Adm Vladimir Kasaton Continued On Page Ten THE Cloudy windy and colder with snow flurries this after noon cootinuing tonight and Saturday High today in the 20s Low tonight zero to 10 above High Saturday 8 to 16 Sundays outlook variable Week Of Prayer Is Scheduled The Raven Run Church of the Irelhren will be the location for Week of Prayer services ning January 5 Services will u held at 730 oclock each eve313 a soemn occasion charged the new administration 1 All services will be conducted continue its good work by the Rev Robert Rebeck and Collins installed the four new The installation ceremony was son of Dr F Melius Christian m was Greek Church To Mark Yule Next Tuesday Jl embers of St Michaels Orthodox Greek Catholic Church of Wood celebrate Christ mas on Tuesday Jamiary 7 acin charge of Earl P CollinsJsen of St Olaf Choir fame He cording to the Julian calendarDivision 11 Pennsylvania been the director of the Con This year services will beWet of the international organcordia Choir for well over a heid Christmas Eve at 8 pmI ization kiuarter of a century Under his Holy supper will take place in Collins a Tyrone pharmacistleadership this choir has gamed Ann Landers the homes of the parishonerslgnd a former president of I1 on Classified Ads followed by attendance at theJBlair County Kiwanis Club but also through several Court church service nressed his congratulations to lours whcre PCM pressea ms congiaiuiauons 10 have received en elected 1 gave a 45minute speech on the floor Continued On Page Two No special service has been i the club for its fine record un planned for Christmas Dayjder the outgoing president Ar thusiastic acclaim were awarded Juniata College recently according to an an nouncement by President John N Stauffer The Juniata Department of Chemistry will complete the purchase of a nuclear magnetic resonance instrument as a re sult of a grant from the Carthage Foundation of Pitts the New Year Baby tcrcd snnw flurries Green Beret Major Free Escapes From Viet Cong SAIGON Viet defector had been assigned to Dr Stauffer expressed his ConS guards called him sneaky question and reeducate cap gratitude for the continued supand smart anci beat him eachtured GIs Thuongs report after port by the Carthage Foundalme he tried lo escaPe came into UPI hands tion In the past grants have The jungle jailers tried vainlybefore Rowes escape and been received for the starve him and let him rotjto be kept secret Vow it can e L The choir is touring the Easf ning January 5 Services will thls wl C Jr arca Of the country It will lo Huntingdon from a con ning with guest ministers par ticipating Special music will be a part of each service and everyone is cordially invited to participate in the programs The schedule will be as fol lows Sunday January 5 pas tor the Rev Daniel Brumbaugh of the Stonerstown Church of Uie Brethren January 6 the Rev Charles Palmer pastor of the Dunnings Creek congregation ot New Paris Tuesday January 7 the Rev Continued On Pagfi Ten Loss In Wreck A Broad Top area woman was injured yesterday afternoon in o S J t accident on building program and for other scientiffor five years ic equipment We are grate Green Beret in oarDon miles east of Saxton ic equipment We are grate Green Beret Maj Jamesi Thuong said Rowe was T nLf Cic ful the Juniata president said Rowe not only frustrated Vietrcgardcd by his as their XM le tor the latest expression of Cong attempts topry uscablemosl uncooperative prisoner sist confidence in Juniata propaganda confessions fromHe said the 30yearold soldier ay atme J Run II Blair onm me uiu auiu kui j Ine grant was forwarded by him but is today on his wayfrom AIcAllen Tex had Hospital she is being Richard M Scaife president of home after a fourth andione of six Americans held in ajtrealed for dlcst injuries Uie Carthage Foundation successful escape a 11 e m p I Mekong Delta jungle camp ISO Xrays were taken today Dr William Russey has yet to publicly southwest of Saigon Tho 10CC Wl of the Juniata Chemistry Dehis ordeal but a Viet Cong Thuong saw him in 1967 partment explained that the new instrument is designed for analytical structural and theor Continued On Page Five official who has defected has Not Enough Food told of Rowes five years in a There was not enough to eat green hell I there was no medicine Some of Phung Van Thuong the Continued On Page Five The Rowe car a 1966 Ford Falcon coupe was demolished in the accident loss being its full value State Police said the woman Continued On Page Ten responses lo the service will be members of the Kiwanis Board I Huntingdon cert in Buffalo N Y and will sing in Pittsburgh after leaving sung by Wasco Pawuk of Wpodj Continued On Page Ten Continued On Page Ten Crossword Puzzle 11 Columnists 6 Editorials 6 Stock Market 2 Obituaries 2 Society And Club News S Sports 4 On Stage Live 12 Supplement Clubs 1969 Officers Witness Passing Of Gavel Outgoing Kiwanis Club President Arthur C Ostrander center left hands over the gavel to 1969 Kiwanis President Robert L Scalpello during installation ceremonies held at the regular noon meeting uf the club on Thursday Earl P Collins lieutenant governor Kiwanis Division 11 second from right conducted the ceremony and as uv stalling officer Witnesses to the passing of the gavel were 1969 Kiwanis Club officials Secretary Paul R Voder left Second Vice President C F English second from left and First Vice President Clayton E Briggs right   

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