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Daily News (Newspaper) - January 6, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania CLASSIFIED ADS DIAL MISS CLASSIFIED 6434040 or 5424641 THE DAILY State Library dues ion Building srriaburg pa i712G VOL 47 MVE CEVTS PER COPT HUNTINGDON AND MOUNT UNION PA MONDAY JANUARY 6 1969 Phone 6434040 NO 290 Assembly Faces Bitter Session Egypt Joins Mideast Peace Drive Nixons Choice Tough Bargaining Sign Lodge To Head American Negrotiatois At Paris NEW YORK UPI Presidentelect Rich Amy Jo Scores Firsls Although she is only a few days old Amy Jo Fetler ha accomplished two firsts She is the first child for Mr and Mrs Frank Fetter and the first born in The Daily News circulation area in fhe new year Amy Jo arrived Si the J C Blair Memorial Hospital at am New Years Day She is shown with her mother who has been residing in Shade Gap while her husband is serving with the U S Navy v Shade Gap Baby Wins 69 Derb US Russia Are UrgedTo Give Backing Egypt today joined Jorrion in seeking help from the United States the Soviet Union andlard M Mixons selection of Henry Cabot Lodge other major powers injlo head the American negotiating team in Paris bringing peace lo thejshould send a clear signal lo Hanoi that the bar Middle East gaining be lough In Cairo informed sources has taken several steps sam President Gainal Abriel both before and since hisj Nassers government sent its election to let North Vietnam request for aid through Gunnar know there will be no softening i Jarring the I nited Nations Of the American position on peace envoy in Ihe Middle EastVietnam when he takes over In London Jordans King But none of the signals could Hussein who flew to the Britishhave been plainer than nisi capital Sunday for medical appointment of Lodge as hisi treatment told newsmen representative and chief have reached a point where thenegotiator anger is extremely real unless Guided Effort me position can be saved throush lhe joint efforts bbyearold diplomat as of ihe ambassador to Saigon presided In the3 capitals of Ihe buijdup of American powers ihe Middle East siiuaf aild lion was receiving lop consider le LlS thr dunnf alion reports said allc a ha of the mostj American action was expected vcars ln he to IK limited to aMarae extent wye years of unstinting bv thenearness of the changeSllpporl of the Salgon le organs of Israel related a Soviet i i j while he was in Saigon had beenclaraclerizjng him as Oflh chief architects of American ageression His hard line position on Vietnam should please South Vietnamese President Nguyen Van Thieu although duringhis days in Saigon Lodge was White id a Soviet plan The Kremlin Continued On Page Two Seps Solans both At Groundbreaking HENRY CABOT LODGE LBJ Drafts State Of Union Talk Nixon Gets North Viet Warnin Whalley To Be Speaker On Raystown Shafer To Give Report Budget Plan Is Delayed HARRiSBURG 1969 Genera As sembly will convene at noon Tuesday to open what everyone agrees will be one of the longest most bitter legislative sessions in history Gov Raymond P Shafer is scheduled to outline his Unit Haltered goals for he year in GI Patrol Is Saved By US Copter live goals lor me year in Slate of fhe message at pm Bui the governor will delay for another month telling the lawmakers jusl how much his recommen dations will cost ami how he proposes to pay for them There are I wo conspicuous reasons that professional and amateur prognosticates arc SAIGON US heli copter snatched to safely an Congressman J Irving theGeneral Asscm ley will be one of he principalhly can complete the yearsouiiumbered and embattled speakers at the Raystown with dispatch and without US patrol and divcbombers groundbreaking ceremonies loacrjmony swooped in to batter the be held in Huntingdon on Frii siate spending for the I9K3attacking Communist unit US day January 24 beginning at n fiscal year is expected to pm rise bv between million the program for he imporand million and a special tant groundbreaking is being lax study commission rccom arranged through the offices ofjmended during Ihe weekend US casualties Huntingdon Business and best way to finance the inj The fighting try and will include a prclunchj is Cambodian spokesmen said today The patrol and Ihe jets hey called in iogether killed 38 of the Communists without any eon social hour from am Or an VII dll cnmp JIlLuillt lhe broke out near itnposime Lamooriian border Sunday or the 73 miles north of Saigon when the Americans flushed the iav Communists out of a jungled gram with speeches by Whaljtav infiltration route ley and Col WJ Love district A majon y of the House s y t c engineer of the Baltimore wl he Democra s Soulh US Army Corps of NU COIlUo1 Minister of Educa riru r 1 ri Ho laday in a grenade attack in Huntingdon for lldlei wll 1clay lormal rsllbniiat killed his chauffeur The the event are expected to of hi geneial command also announced elude members of Congress I lale Jam ff ilivoivinp 5000 the Commonwealths Generaarand tle allieri trooos in a drive to Assembly Cabinet officials 0rFIOEram tc may representatives of the rankingcome even later For the first T r ITS t I Cf hVO cabinet members ranking Uie budget must be ac my engineers from ihe by a fiveyear non PAR1S Vietnam Atlantic Division Office Chief binding spending blueprint un closer lo Thieus warned Prcsidentelectjof Engineers and the Baitimoreider tlle state constitutions new Cao Ky than to Thicu Richard M Nixon the nominajDistrict top engineers from Continued On Page Two uon ot a new US delegationthe US Army now heads the South The T Mrs Frank Army Engineer Dis ndelegation wyl not change Ine isjuesitrict in charge ofland Hquisi i The presidentelect the Vietnam negotiations Itinn appraisal and project real Inges appointment along with Nguyen Thanh Le the Northjcstale manager and officials AomivuiyN LPnr three other top members of Vietnam delegation spokesman i from the Green Construction President Johnson called mnesotiatina team Sunday Helfatly dismissed the appoint1 Com pan v of Des Moines Jowa Democratic congressional leadcited Lodges experience indent of Henry Cabot Lodge invitations also have been ors today to complete plans for Vietnam and the seven years he succeed W Avercll Harriman lo all HB and I niem his final two weeks in Uie White served as American ambassaas an internal US to local and county of House the United Nations as We have said repeatedly thatfjciais business leaders farm High on the agenda at Uie having produced the finest and it the United Slates sincerely etc MH DeForrest breakfast meeting the PITS most pertinent qualities ofjwanls o solve lhe Vietnam i executive director of HB and problem it must slop ilsii has asked that other persons aggression allied troops in a drive to disrupt Ihe Communist supply lines between the abandoned Laotian border Alaj George D Ccmrington 34 of Oakman Ala piloted one Continued On Page Two In Headline Value Significance Continued On Page Three child of a countv couple Mr a Fener has been namea winner idcnts plans for delivering his i final state of the union and 1 budget messages to Congress j before leaving office Jan 20 j ot On the guest list were the 1969 Baby Derby contest She is Amy Jo FelDemorraiic Leader Mike Mans advent at fhe J C Blair MeificW Mansfields new assistantj Sen Edward Kennedy of at who wrested ihej Ijob from Son Russell B Long The attending physician was Louisiana Sen Robert Byrdj Dr Charles R Schucker of secretary to Senate Huntingdon The weighed 6 Vjuuuuj uuusc3 biph cralc and RcP HaleM Nixons election to thejconflici with the South Vietna AlberVs assistant and to decide on aimcse delegation Lodge will ter made net inoriai Hospital New Years morning oclock 2 Boy Scout Events Set In District Congress To Verify Nixou Win a news interested in being Lc old conference Thirtyfour Vieinanicse will fight until totaljwjth the HB and I office victory I Refused Comment Asked io outline thc position of Hanoi and its Viet Cong allv Apollo 8 Judged Best News Storv In i at following the nomination of Lodge Le refused to comment on Lodges persona positions WASHINGTON The widespread belief in u me ueu tjdr McCormacK Repnolise ancj scilale caiied a jointParis was lhal unlike Harri 6 pound ouncesiCarl A1bel today lo verify Ricliardiman who has often been in icrattc icaaer and Rep HaleM vivnns plpction tn IlioiCnnflicl wiih rhp Smith Vinina terms of both headline value and signify the Apollo 8 flight around the moon was j judged No 1 in the United Press International John B Brown president ofj survey on the top 10 news stories 1968 Continued On Page Three The result of the annual balloting reflected the opinion ofj UPI subscribing editors in North America They werej asked to mark bwo fonns onei rating the top 10 in terms of headline value the other in terms of significance is currentlv Active Hole table talk also drift to the officially tally ys role INSIDE THE NEWS Amy Jos father erving a tour of duty in ihe The breakfast Joseph Cismrra camping and U S Navy and expects to faewa3 likely to activiiies chairman for Oncida disdiarsed July 28 of this yeaHDemocratic Par District Boy Scouts of Amcrajter enlistment neu role ka announced today plans for two districtwide events in be the LSS held in observance oi B o nou on a Mediterranean Scout Week February T13 cruise Tie cruije began last Chairman Ciampa encotiraces and Fcsicr will retuin to all Seoul units to prepare disthe Slates in April He has piays to be exhibited during learned about the arrival of his1 Scout Week Displays can bedaughter DU will nol see heri indoor window displays or miluji she is live months old I door live dispiavs or demon sirations Units src encouraged llle IS pariicipale a dens and paesl member 01 five generations Irols or as an entire pack troop m hor family Maternal grand or post A team of judges workparents are Mr and Mrs ing with Chairman Ciampa will ert C Piper Sr of Shade Gap visit each display during ihewith whom Mrs Felier hasj been resjtiins during the lime The second event announced Coiitiijued On Page Ihree irare case of a defecting electorJon friendlier terms with them The Congress was meeting to Lodge served twice as ambas tlie Electoral isador lo Saigon and is wliicli Nixon i considered a personal friend of i won with either 301 or J02 votes many South Vietnamese lead Continued On Page Three j depending on how the including Vice President I Nguyen Cao Ky the outspoken Woman Hurt lu OneCar Crash Sunday Grace A Kjle 36 of Hunt ingdon KD2 is listed in satis l factory condition today at JCi1 Blair Memorial Hospital where she is being treated for back inl The assassination of Robert i F Kennedy was the No 2 story in the headlinevalue vole The 15 2 spot on the to the significance election of Black Bridge site The woman driver was south by Ciainps scheduled for Thursday February 13 Civic Day will he observed in the Oneida District Tmrtytwo boys representing sixteen scot Continued On Psge Three Almanac Ann Landers Classified Ads Comics Crossword Puzzle Columnists Editorials Stock Market Obituaries Society And Club News 10 Sports 4 Through These Doors ll Trooper Talk 14 icase is decided The House wa meeting advance of the ioint toi LG ejected the latest allied oi the jomt eson o offcrs ajmcd Abound at the time operating a sedan One halfmile the bridge she failed to juries received at 5 pm yestcriRlcharci as president day in a onecar accident on I the Stone Creek Road near the s increase i President a since the S25000 increase Approval appeared indelegation coordinator i Le Hake up legislation which wouldjProcefllIra1 offers aimed all the salary of lne twomonth impasse from sion fKKl f7e opening of the ibroadencd Vietnamese pcacciicgotale a left curve and her talks He served notice that thcjcar ran orto tne bcrm on tliefm in National Liberation wcst side and struck R political branch ofjguard rails isiireri and the Senate was nj RiaiP Pnlirp crew The ballot results HEADLINE VALUE 1 Apollo 3 Lunar flight 2 Kennedy assassination 3 Nixon elected president Martin Luther King assas sinalion 5 President seek lolmson decides r the Viet Cong must be Siate Police said her car wasl expected to ollovv suit beforejadmiucd as an quai partner damaged about S60n i mausuration dav Jan 20 Soviet bfoc invades Czecho i 2 inauguration day Jan 20 In contrast to the over Saigons firm objections usua1 Accused Saigon MOD Coin 4 Heart Transplants Performed In 5 Days formality of counting thej Aimi hjs ire af Saj 5 electoral ballots for presidentilhe hope nf widening differences the House and Senate this year had to decide whether a North Carolinians vote should remain in the column of thirdparty candidate George C Wallace or go to Nixon lo whom Ihe elector was pledged originally Ken Edmund S Muskie D Maine and Rep James G J would have OHara DMich mounted the Continued On Page Eight Shirley IVp Girl Has Gunshot Wound of Hand A Shirley Township girl 16 f i JJlfslI JDUlCll out the county last Clifford Scricver to 3MOD in its anninl transplant were performed j Price said two of them Sunday Three ofj the recipients were living today Doctors in Houston and New Polish week bynln io7lh in a Communist help the operations Sunday country The patient who was Januarv Patient Died doctors Saturday per iYork performed Ihe worldsfoniied the lhird liearl hans effort to overthrow the vote byearold Marion Wiser is being Dr Lloyd W Bailey of Rocky treated at the JC Blair Memor nanjciMount NC a Republicaniial Hospital today for a gunshot elector who swung to of the right hand She is listed in satisfactory condition after his district went to the Continued On Page Eight fundraising driw against birth x defects We are indebted lo or his generous volunteer jcoiinlry The patient inot identified died shortly after Thirty doctors led by an Moll and Kazimierz Drs forno a every vear in saiH R h rt r uir C0untlv Methodist Hospital gave Otho said Robert C cam jEdwin Chancey of Eihart Kan paign Director for the March ofjthe heart of 14yearold Daniel Dime Wherever you see IhejDana Price Jr of Houston Continued On Page Three t Tlie use of his heart Tn Houston surgeons aljSunday H was rather assumed was from the start tiiat the patient would probably die as the heart was taken from a person whose brain was dead for more Continued On Page Three THE WEATHER Snnw changing to rain his affeninon with possibly brief periods nf slcct or freezing rain High fnday in the mid to upper 30s Cloudy winriy and timing colder late to night with rain changing tn snnw flurries Low in thc up per 20s and low 30s Tuesday mostly cloudy windy and cold er with snow flurries Var iable cloudiness Wednesday and not as cold with chance of a few snow flurries It was reported that the girl a daughter of Mr and Mrs Ger ald C Wiser Shirleysburg RD was shot Sunday morning Continued On Page Two Mrs Swirlcs L Himes Is Patient In Hospital Swirles L Himes 222 Penn Street Huntingdon is a patient in the J C Blair Me morial Hospital today The wife of the former Hunt ingdon County jurist suffered a serious heart attack at her home early yesterday morn ing The injured woman was ed to the hospital in the Hunt ingdon firemens ambulance 8 Vietnam peace moves Pa Continued On Page Three JC Professor Awarded Ph D For Mice Thesis Mice are a nuisance to some people but to Dr Robert L Fisher associate professor ofj biology at Juniata College theyj are an important animal forj environmental studies Dr Fisher frequently travels i lo the Spruce Creek area near Huntingdon part of his to trap mice current study asj of their specialized flank glands The question he is attempting lo anver is what role do these glands play In September Dr Fisher re ceived his Ph D from Cornell University for his study of thc Redbacked Vole mice to the laymen whose Latin name is Clethrionomys gapperi To complete his thesis on lhe redbacked mice Dr Fisher made a fouryear ecological study of mouse population with Continued On Page Three DR ROBERT FISHER County NFO Meeting Set For Thursday The National Farmers Or ganization will hold a county organizational and information meeting at the Holiday Inn Jr Huntingdon at 8 pm Thurs day January Robert Bryer regional su pervisor for the Pittsburgh Marketing Area announced the meeting inviting the public to attend Featured will be a preoenU Lion by KeiLh Emenheiser exe cutive assistant for rhe North east United States Field Staff of NFO followed question and answer pe Etnenheiser operates a Department riod hoggrain farm in lUonroeville Lnd Siamese Die CHARLOTTE NC and fortune had paid modest court to the sisters in their prime But they knew adversity loo and in their twilight years they labored at Ihe obscure job of weighing pro duce at a suburban grocery store The sisters DaJsy and Violet Hilton pjrobably the most famous Siamese twins in the nation were found dead Satur day night by police who had gone to their modest home after they failed lo report for work for several days Cause of death of the 60year old twins was not immediately known Their employer SN Reed said he understood one of he twins had been sick with the flu and police theorized they had died of Hong Kong flu complications Medical exami ner Hobert Wood ordered an autopsy The twins kept pretty much lo Continued On Page Three
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