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   Daily News (Newspaper) - January 7, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                CLASSIFIED ADS DIAL MISS CLASSIFIED 6434040 or 5424641 DAILY Libra Pa VOL 47 SINE CENTS COM Mount Union To Accept Bids For Swimming Pool HHYriPCOON AND MOUiST UNION PA TUESDAY JANUARY 7 1969 Shafer Speaks Today Assembly Faces Tax Increase Mount Union Borough councilmen unanij HARRISBURG UPH Faced mously approved the advertising of bids for thejwith the strong likelihood that construction of a community swimming pool atthe commonwealth will require held Iasi in council Phone 6434040 NO 291 Lebanese Cabinet Quits As New Violence Occurs At Orbitonin Parsons ReElected Batik Head Eight reelected directors Assembly today opens its 153rd The borough engineers senied the blueprints and in The House and Senate were formed council that all plans i called to order at noon and met the specifications o theGov Haymond P Shafer was Mate Community Affairs Descheduled to deliver his state partmem Of tfe Commonwealth messase Estimated cost of the pm has been set at 5140000 and The firs itom of business was bias will be opened at the febthe swearing in of the lawmak ruary 3 session crs There will be 202 House r Attorney Morris M members 106 Democrats and community State Bsnk ofsolicitor was asked to Republicans and 49 Sen1 reorganized for the ihe necessary resolution at ihealors 27 Republicans and 22 yesterday and named next meeting authorizing the Democrats fmory V Parsons for his 19th sale of worth of Each chamber has a vacancy coiisecum e year as president of bonds for the boroughs shared both in Cambria County There me ward 0 fne cosl of construction of is a Disputed election in the 35th rHisons an Oroisonia busthe community pool senatorial district and inessmaii nasbeen head of the 4 lengthy discussion was held House vacancy js due to the Lommunuv State concernina the collection or death last November of opened us ooors in Januaryfrafic Ucket5 The public safe Edward McNally ty committee was instructed toDemocrat Allegheny Has Another Bradford Crash 11 Killed Snare Receives Committee Seal Commando Raid Causes Downfall The Lebanese govern Anitiutllv House OKs Pay Boost For Nixon Rep l louse voted to Asseanblynicin Orvitle E Snare of Smilhficld Township representing the Hist Legisln BRADPORn Pa MIDIN Ive nislriet has been of Premier Ab bKADIORD Pa UPI An one of the memdullah resiened In Anlmes propjet m a grim rerun of a of Ihe appropriations 10 L Eve tragedy thai claimed the lives of 0 perimilee of the House of r V l sons crashed ona landing approach to the Bradntalives of llte v ford Regional Airport Mondav nicjlil Asswnbty oyeri h airhners at Derson qnrt inimino 17 j 1 W1S Svpn the coveted1301111 airport and em poisons and mjuiing the I others on board jeommitiee post by ihe Houseibanassed the regime Crtinmillees J Boyd Eving prominent take care of the matter and re Another formality is the elec uroiboma resident was reelect port at a special session of tion of a House speaker and a ea vice president and Eduard council on January 27 as to whcrSenate president pro temporei seems F Harry Orbisoma was reis responsible for levying and Rep Herbert Fineman GPs Reds In 17Hour Viet Battle as the of his predecessor The certain to goj SAJGON UP1 I fantrvmen and w hlS rank lligllPst Bdr1 Yafls sent iis letters of initiation lo President Charles Helmi Immediate acceptance vw I onvir i nit limn i iiio T f i j iiiti oitvi i ici HIP inri niln namea executive vice presidentcollecting of traffic fines anddelphia Democrat and Senj 1 neoate preceding battled with automatic weaponsof the wUiinc on n r t of borough ordin Robert D Fleming Allegheny approval of Oie raiseal a distance of i feet in aDetroit bound Hi 11 uo fi pone member said the nresidpnirnmmtmUt hiinloi 1 Harry also is the secretary of violations the board The eight directors reelected 10 j disaster American in AS in the Christmas Eve Congjcrash the pilot and the enpilot to were Continued On Page Seven meeting Tuesday eidiy 01violations ot oorotigu orrtin iiooen u ncmmg AlJegneny uie MIWIHW raiseMt a distance of K feet in a Detroit bound flHit 77 worn ances All borough policemen County Republican already have one member said Uie prcsidcn1 Communist bunker complex infilled while the wisi eclected who are off duty on January been endorsed by the respeciial pay scale was still chickenthe Mekong Delta militaryjamono the survivors the an27 are requested to attendihe i live majority caucuses for the feed for the nations highest Spokesmen said todav TheJ The earlier folloivv session posts Another said the aciioniReds lost u in mi Hnarf PM mnip ni posti orrice saia tlie acUonSReds losl Fresioent Parsons Vice Presi The resignation of Patrolman Democrats wrested political i opened the federal checkbook to withdrew Walls and Andrew Kurey of Mount Unioncontrol of the House from increases for TI v v i coiiiKTX iun U rrtLlVUMrtil dent Living Boyd D Wails and Andrew Kurey of Mount Union William L Keith of OrbisoniaPolice Department effective Republicans in las CJ Hess of Shade Gap George as of January 6 1969 was acelections Continued On Page Seven i copied by council problems Plans were made for hosting and at TriCouniy Boroughs AssocTjgrams passed this vear iation meeting at the American The governors messace Legion Country Clubon Januomit any specific references other s andwas en route from Detroit to Washington when it id Siiliaii Faces Gas Cliaiiibe r Smrkovsky Marked For Demotion were members of a company spokesmen said Most of the US casualties Lebanon The rrsisnation by Yafis 12 weekold cabinet came as no surprise Yeqiicuily under fire U suffered a major blow in Uie Israeli commando raid Calls rose for new leadership and a tougher line against the Jewish state Defense and Foreign Minister Hussein Owcini already had hargedi resigned afler being criticized for nis explanation of the raid Continued On Page Jvi r i i uo iieiicopiers were t Pn rrr T nuuHipaij ouarer was expected to not to do from nmunri PRAGLL IPI1 Josef building On Wednesday Januhis address to the joint session i business unul the State of the Tne i SU71Vcd Ul 15the srchitects will meet bn the reorganization and moder1 Union message goes to CapitolJgainst a strinc of Soviet ContinuedOn Page Seven Continued On Page Three Corrnnunisi bunkers and tne Kremlin pressure of the c u D i ijttite Hum tin Kelntions But rivalries between Slovak Czech in his country finallv proved too much today and insured certain demotion forj Czech osiovakias parliament president In a statement thai foresha dowed full Communist party approval the leaders of thej Czech branch of the party Monday recommended that Boyer Dumped As Agency Head Continued On Page Seven Springs Fire Cliief Named For 22nd Year Sirhan B Sirhan 24 a tinyEnd Parochial Schools Arab immigrant was described as eager to face justice seven nionths after he shot Senj Kennedy in the midst of dozens of persons at Kennedys pres identialprimary election victory celebration in the Ambassador Hotel The strictest security precau tions in the history of American civil vjcurls were imposed a truck driver Sirhans trial lasting perhaps ilirce months was taking place in a courtroom sealedoff by doors with three dozen HARRISBURG UPI After 14 y parliamentary chairmanr jman relations agency The Czech Communist spokes GovRaymond P Shafer Monday failed to Smrkovsk reaPPoint Boyer as chairman of the parliament3 his ia Human Commission Boyer state powerful pany job ss member AFLCIO president refused the governors offer of tne 21man presidium snd that he remain as a commission member K a jsecretan Max Rosenn Shaferj I appointed six new commission ers replacing present members i inaugurationappeared ready land were cut down some The taue for the Uhiefiof it 0 feet i Executive is part of a package1 Five other companies of 9thI most of which needs no actionDivision troops Joined oy oonaress wmch will giveikafiin j uuurs wiui tnree c pay boosts to all top ihi r a cordonyear as chief of the T h r e eidepulics standing guard ment officials Volunteer Flre Com Continued On Page Fiv and congressmen The sizes of ljdll the increases still are to bel arlllleiynien fired hun Meanwhile Clair Slake the determined by President Johnj reds of snelis tlle Viet cnief engineer reported today Continued On Page Seven tllat rlllce Springs firemen answered 24 alarms last vear in which the total loss was S177051 The previous year 1967 he firemen responded to calls1 and the total loss was onlv S950 Five Romney Has Surprising Suggestion DETROIT UPI Govr George Romney bade farewell to Michigan Monday night with a surprising suggestion the states parochial schools leave education to the slate son Ad all government years ago insuring the compa Continued On Page Five of leadership Tne prospect of Smrkovskys demotion brouehi threats of massive strikes and student dernonstrstions But a concerted campaign bv Communist Iran 311O Seek To Eiid Deadlock For District Stake noted that the 1988 loss H was high us the result of major trvin Heath an employe of Lone Bandit Holds Up Bank In Carlisle CXAMISLE Pa UP 4 in Hil1 ValcV and a S 10300 f r statewide alert was oilig a flre The president of the Michigan Association of Nonpublic Schools MANS immediately blasted Romneys remarks as too absurd to argue about Romney who leaves soon to become Ihe secretaiy of Hous ing Urban Development in the adminisl ration of Presidenl elect Richard M Nixon sug J Williams York willjgesleri that Michigans 330000 Top Healli Elected President Of Fire Company branch oflS risbuig National Bank and Trust Three Heat succeeds Xorman M i car for he past remain 1115 year who presided at the busi Co here and fled with remain 1115 year who presided at the busi sioiial light snow today and 55300 Mondav being in the surrounding ness meeting which was held tonight New snow accumula i arca which the fire comuanv Friday nnnomhmn THE WEATHER Cloudy windy and colder with snow flurries and occa sional light snnw today and New snow accumulation of terms ers so far nas held back any one to two inches in the Hum u action excem a spate of rumors jnsdon area are exoected Monday ot a Soviet military tonight the US s takeover in the cities Bureau oredicts In a statement issued Mondav cloudy windy and colder i PARIS and State police said Uie man who in mony instances have South Vietnamese negotiatorscarrving a green been serving long aner tneir oday plunsed into intense talks walked up to a t working out freshjmanded money The and news conference Boyer did not know why he of Olner new Jimmie Coy officers are chief en i ITC ucitiuuitniH vear and otner olficers x proposals to break his hand in his pocket asareYHerbert Walker vice prcsiSineer and Dcnnis Hourke who ock WocKing the opemngjif he had a gun although none dent George Harper secretarywas elected to a three year e Vietnam comerence was shown John Bennett recording secreUerm as tnistee lions of l to 2 inches likely Steady or slowing falling temperatures today Low to night 8 to IS Wednesday John Bennett recording secrei working sessions He sped off in a car with a tary Clair Stake chief MH betweenman and woman i Continued On Page Seven oitciuv ut biuw tailing temps immeaiatelv in the nerson are nn tan fnr torfav eiluivc ell c Uil lau In rhic 0 tne nresiden or the tedera Tne Weaiher obcprvpr rpnon P30 and j weotner ooscner reportmmistrauon c ILL c oneinch 01 new snow on the in rpinnncp in nnoctinne A Slovak who has aiiihoruv nroUnd with z water pninvsfpni response to questions Boy and who is recognized bv hoh r said the commission has felt stand on procedural questions for he conference Cyrus Vance the deputy American delegation leader ineer and Dennis Rourke who variable cloudiness breezy ami colrf with snow flurries ending High in leens mostly cloudy and not as cold Thurs day with chance of snow Leroy Wright was elected fo Continued On Page Seven shio m two chambers of was 19 fa readin2 at 3S tne new teceraiizea parUameni loday Bas n antthe high vesi Continued On Paae Seven icrriav was 30 Continued On Page Three Native Of Dudley Given Promotion By Murphys Feltou Is President A Dudley native Willard Hl He was advanced to the nel director in 1951 and he E named director of personnel ant vice president of Mirphy Company an announcement today L Paxton president 513August 1963 store chain i He attended Sweet 59 a former resident Dudlev unli K 0 baxton will continue to for to Saxton Albert Felton was installed president of the McConnells itown Volunteer Fire Company at ceremonies last night at the fire hal I He succeeds Larry Sather who was named io a threeyear term asas trustee j in The other new officers are Arj thur Eriksen vice president lnC E Garner secretary David Snare assistant secretary ne movedald Heffner financial secretar his parents Heciair Montz assistant financial iwere held in anticipation of a new private WashingtonHano encounter aimed at resolving the issues of conference seating and speaking order There was no indication exactly when the meeting woulc be held between Vance and his North Vietnamese counterpart Col Ha Van Lau American delegation officials have forecast the meeting for early Ihis week US officials Paris by the new negotiating team under Presidentelect Richard M Nix on Continued On Page Three director of personnel Mirphys with his headquarters s a graduate of SaxtonLiberty secretary and treasurer Johnj at he chains home office in High School and he received j bachelor of science degree in Robert Young was reelected The new assistant vice presibusiness administration at the fire chief with Arthur Eriksen dct a son of the late LeonardUniversity of Cincinnati as assistant chief Eriksen will and Grace iHcsst Sweet of Sax He is a brother of Miss Veraserve as engineer with Young as ton has more than 35 years oflSweet and Mrs Jack engineer service with Murphys He startSpence of Saxton Miss Beulah1 Clair Montz was named trea as a managementtrainee at Sweet Lancaster Mrs Mamiejsurer ef the relief fund with J Piedmont W Va and servedMountain Everett Mrs HarryiL Lang as chaplain Homer several otherstore assignmentsC Ann McClain as assistant chaplain and beore his promotion to the McjAla Mrs Evelyn Taylor AlexiWilliam Scott as representative Keesport home office Va and Robert Sweeljto the county firemens organ m IPennsvilie N J ization II INSIDE THE NEWS Almanac 6 Ann Landers 12 Classified Ads 11 Comics 9 Crossword Puzzle II Columnists 6 Editorials 6 Stock Market 2 Obituaries 2 Society And Club News 8 Sports A Picture 10 Equipment For Raysloivn Project Arriving This new Grove hydraulic crane is shown being unloaded from a lowboy trailer at the site of the multimillion dollar Rayslown Reservoir project in Juniata Township The cherry picker wiJJ be used by the Greet Construction Company in the building of the giant dam the largest in the east Equip ment is now reaching the site but officials say the really big jobs will not arrive until spring See Other Photos On Page   

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