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   Daily News (Newspaper) - January 13, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                CLASSIFIED ADS DIAL MISS CLASSIFIED or 5421641 THE DAILY NEW e Library at ion Building VOL 47 KTKt HUNTINGDON AND MOUNT UNION PA MONDAY JANUARY 13 1969 Phone 6434O44 NO 296 Abrams Views Cutback As Inevitable GM Station Attendant Hit With Sttvl Bar Man Beaten Over Head In Robberv Listed Critical Foiled By Stetmrdest WoiildBe Surrenders MIAMI wieldins A Morris Township man fights for his life in a Johnstinvn hospital today as the result of severe head injuries suffered during a ser US Plans UPHA shotgunFoster the service station si vice station robbery at Watersireet earlv terday morning Tne victim Wallace Robert Foster 49 Alexandria RD 1 is listed in very critical con dition today at the Conemauqh Valley Hospital ai Johnstown vesl Hanoi Rejects Proposals Decision About Timetable Must Be Deliberate SAIGON UPU The commander of US forces in Vietnam said today lie will not recom PARIS UPnTlie United lmend SendmR any American troops home Un ate Ma pie toil Firemen Give Annual Report Slates fallen Sundav m attempt to get the Paris talks m absolutely sure it s in order But he said on Viclnain moving while a cutback was inevitable Lyndon Johnson is still presS Gen Creipliion W Abrams idonl nna passenger aboard attendant suffered a depressed The Mapleion Fire Company vielnam in hoiir j Delta Air fligni of the skull wiih brain monthly mcctin wjjh L iDetroii to Miami was rust rated i damage ling with ihe President Konaldi H vi i rejected atinisi iroon buildups northwest of j Klhv r con1 The fund drive chairman Irnolhina now iSaiqon and below the North1 moyUw mjvm B Coder sfated that thej Ho WaehintrAnjSouth Vietnam Demilitarized jsaid Uie decision tn reduce Hay Show Cyrus Vance depulv chief coiimiiiUncnl the US delegation tothe talks presented hvo more allied lyllclllv aiul stnmd formulas on procedures otlvesWeve Pllt tw mllch into ornis of sacrifice with it now Abrams warned of Ootimnl Is ami A I year old Hiinlingdon Countys January Draftees Five HunnnEoot Counuans rcporled for induction inio the armed forces today Four of the men filling ihe January drafi are pictured i Selective Service headquarters prior io their departure early thi morning for New Cwn bcrlsnd Army Depot Picuired left to right standing Wil liam L Milier Huntingdon srd Stanley Trough Creek Vailey seated Marvin B Low Aitch and Msrtin P Swore Rowrisdsie Vo Inter Than July 1 1970 Walker Quits As Pemi State Head kinder bond pending ossible federal charges i ralr ra At Trial UMVEKSITY PARK Pa UPI1 Dr Eric A Walker president of Penn State University since 1956 resigned effective no later than July I 1910 Ihe school announced Sunday Walker did noi revest his ia tune plans after he told the uni versiiys board of Irusiee ofi h5 ckci5ian during a Saturday j meeting n Harrisburg j School officials ssid they i would begin a once to i j for s successor io Waiker I J he coniinues io serve until j i9TO WsJker will have been Two planes were diverted firemens ambu iCuba Saiurdayone on was despatched immem from Peru to Miami and ihea joiher from Pittsburgh to Two Stale Police officers on I Miami routine midnight patrol were at The Delta flight nonstop Water tree t at Ihe time the re icarrying 77 persons was in aport of the holdup was received I landing panern when the man at the substation Theywere on pointed a shotgun at stewardessthe scene linutes after Caber I Lynn Sargent of Miami andfound the criticallybeaten at jsaid Tell the captain were tendani on the floor in the serv igoin 10 Cubar Mis Sargent ice station j fled into die cockpit and bolted Investigators said Foster was the door I beaten on the head by a 17ls I Tne pilot Capi Continued On Page Nine j Rowley radioed tne tower Continued On Page Eight it Pciin Central Railroad equp lndment J4000000 with a total as damage for the Continued On Page Nine THE WEATHER Mostly cloudy and cold with scattered snow flurries today High in the JOs Vari able cloudiness Rnd cold to night and Tuesday Low to night 5 Io IS High Tuesday umeiaoie ior scnumi AIIRM icaui he shape of the conference iroons home He said the South table and the speaking order Vietnamese Annv was accept Www a more of theicllr nea dried later cut ting of alfalfa Bulling sample contained American209 lwr cent crude protein and per cent estimated total di Continued On Page Nine Couiitiaiis Active Iii Farm Show Pennsylvanias annual extravaganza ag ricultural in Faim Shosv got under look variable cloudiness and Yay this morning Hunting warmer Selection Of Jury To Start Toda In Attack On Meltonf Airbase president for 14 years the Hirkel Fncct Quiz Cabinet Choices To Be Screened i WASHINGTON up 18 helicopters today killed night Amerldarv classes al ihe show tHSenate takes Presidentelect icans and woujlded 10 others in a surprise at Cutler of Mount Union en Richard M Nixons cabinet nn Q P RP is entering in the Ayri Destroy 18 U S Helicopters SAIGON fUPI The y A Viet Cong bomb squadBrown dcm County well represented in the event SInff members of the Hunt County Agricultural Bx reported f o r Farm Siiow duties lafe last week and join other extension work ers in helping to manage the exposition Robert Armours Rolling Hill Farms in Germany alley will offer the largest number of en tries from Huntingdon County are exhibiting in the Swiss and ing more and fighting load Im noi going to recommend a reduction in troops until Im absolutely sure its in order Abrams said I Eatable nutrients franklv think its inevitable Reserve grand champion to Perhaps Im oplimisiic about IUlf show was Ja McCar the Future rc highly 1Otir RD 2 Washington Counlv His sample ists have about wOOO troops toi commander rists have about the North and Northwest of Saigon and were working like Continued On Page Nine Damage LOS ANGELES The trial misrtiauBairraneLcca it lecono U longest tenure o any Penn i from Aiaska die prime target Sote president for same Democrats In 1956 Walker succeeded Walter J Hsckel Alaska Niilion Eisenhower and becamegovernor and Nixons ciioice for T3 i f nV Sipies 12th presidentinterior secretary appeared to During his term She schco exrbe the only major cabinet BJ nstne of Rober F Kennedy Hkeiy o be rncnaoneri many inies sodsy a the of the 24yearold Arab go down io of jury T assumes Gran Cooper hesc of the Llttte today defence esm aid he was cesin jury selec tion bejin shoriy acr thr trial refunded am EST in rhe court Lktle is expected on a Mekong Delta airbase Conmiunist Historical Society Meet Is Scheduled 6 Traffic Accidents Are Probecl Four persons suffered minor injuries in six Huntingdon County weekend traffic acci Ayrshire investigated by State Police of the Huntingdon sub station Seven vehicles including fcwo j shire dairy class in the vocationj trucks were damaged a total gunners shelled al agriculture division with aniof investigators said A two US division hcadquartersianimal that was a districf and three iowns near Saigon j champion US intelligence sources said Hay entries have been submit it was loo early to tell whether Ued by William Anderson Uie stepped up Communist Huntingdon RDI and Gordon total digestible nutrients McCarrell last year exhibited the grand champion sample Isenberg was attending class es in Ihe eighth grade at the Juniala Valley Junior Senior High School this morning when The Daily News informed his family of his outstanding achievement His entrv won a First place B Class 62 for Alfalfa later cut ting in he classification for parw tially field cured plus heaf dried This entry was then later se lected as Ihe best in the show He also had a second place in Class B4 Alfalfa grass mixed later cutting Continued On Page Nine district a tree in Mc Connellstown also were dam the One of the wrecks was a hit attacks meant ihe Reds longllsenberg of Petersburg RD A special meeting of fourth offensive s penod of who might fall shori of j i and expansion la quick approval i 0 jjlmen on the schools The lineup calls for a series bers of the Huntingdon Countyunderway campus rose from 13000of hearings on the appointeesHistorical Society will be held Creighton Coniinued On Mne beginning Tuesday formal at Alumni Hall Juniata Col approval shorty after tege on Wednesday W Abrams was see separate story on page James Coin Changer Stolen During Burglary Huntingdon Borough police to run affair which is still under day are investigating a burglary that look place al the Hunting don Machine Company early investigation A Smithfield young man was Little CJiange Expected In Area Weather said participate office a week from January 22 Mvers of Shirlevs injured in an unusual accident Sunday morning Saturday night on Route 22 in Chief of Police Donald Win Porter Township on the easterngate reported today that a coin i slope of Warrior Ridge about changer was nulled from the in the were tagged Hickcl among with a some Rr MIHI January Now he said thegram will be a group of dent WSvdSan documents mentioned Tel theiWgh school students includingdon suffered at the north side stared aisient itom nf i Gallagher Ellen Hoovankle and left fool in tne Htwi loaning noor n w to his left Entrance was via the m esabjifh io r aawais was the peratures ana a cnance ot scai He goes he Q Vne tcred snow flumes interior Cwnmittee on W ll Hign readings oday and TiiesdaV Sen Gavloxi Xels Senate ioh Court Returns To Two items of business are foj lunar new year starting Feb 17 considered final approval Abrams said 40000 Commu an increase in dues troops are operating Io ihe 2 weather for ihe vuh continuing colo LcmnCT and an address by movinS southward tow Joseph Wcxxis of Nelson waf fie aM de Wlsa commltee Presbyterian Church projwire surrounding Can Tho above has called for an in ect jairbase in the Mekong Delia 7b forecast calls for dePlh of Hickelj Woods will speak at the remiles southwest of Saigon Jvariable cloudiness and B little1 Hundreds of letters poured inquest of program committee loda1 tossmS j warmer after Hicke said he opposed Continued On Page Nine Hign mark in Huntingdon on policies a consenation justj Sunday was 30 degrees accordfor conservation purposes He iiT Ina j Continued On Page Nine On I Continued On Page Nine WASHINGTON Svpreirie Cour returned to ihe bench itday to hand down cpirs and star tne January arsumen sessions with Coti gresjona reapporuomncGt ca se froTi Missouri and New York The nine justices have hac a ourweek recess a large the report oi the USalso said referring to water Continued Or Page Nine j Continued On Page Five Nixon Seeks Backing Of Nations Intellectuals S200 Barn Fire Loss Fire on Saturday afternoon threatened to destroy a barn that had been converted into a threestory brooder house at the Metz Poultry Farm along lr3 Warm Springs Road YORK If the vote were taken inj Quick action by Howard J r o opinions is likeiy idanteiect Richard M Nixon isUhis room it wwld probablyDeAnriilt manager of the farm The reacoonicKimeni disoutes making concerted effort to come out Humpbrev first andard his son Jerrj held the loss j about The Huntingdon Fire Depart meeting his cabinet need all i available and wanted a oftiruinz relationship with and wounded by the morlar and automatic weapons fire which Continued On Page Nine Probes At 2 Airports Are Urged WASHINGTON D Thomas acting Federal Avi ation Administrator has beeri me numuigoon rire uo and ment was called to the scene at askef to investigate conditions satchels of dynamite at parked helicopters They damaged 18 of them some heavily U spokesmen said Antipoverty Agency May Be Slated For Extinction WASHINGTON UPD Some members of are beginning to think Presidentelect Richard M Nixon will try to kill the New Fron tiers stormtossed antipoverty agency the Of fice of Economic Opportunity talent Only one Congressman Rep Vlliam H Ares ROhio was Then I think hes going to Vrlliam n ayrei ready to predict out loud thatjLrjto scuttle U said Ayres u1 t Rpmihlinail mfitnDer 01 Nixon would seek to scuttle OEO But Nixons failure to date k designate a new OEO director and the total absence of rumors about who might get Ihe job has others speculating that the antipoverty agency may be marked for extinction However no one seems to but confatv reachug thejtne icecovered pump Qittjessrnin are elected intellectuals be a nearly equal sn popuJs At a weekend Trs cour nas aboat 300 fromibeit brains in this countrv made several attemoti to been aska o cwpe wiin iwo isthe academic ers several attemPls lo SLC S q eouaiiy and wheiher alleged problems Nixon asked for thei He pledged lo seek out the academic colleges universities foun stci siiii unresolved Tte rehave been advising him and hisjdauons business organizations quired degree o popuiaiioncabinet menibers on domestic He pledged olnjcol gerrymandering can conunuing advise and construcjbroad spectrum of before e challenged in a federa law live dissent of the intellectual deciding on Uie issues he will jcommumy iface be suit David J WeJls an onicial of Surveying cne group in the f the Ladies Gar Hotel Pierre admitted j affliction in men Workers Union AFLCIOithat his popularity in to the is pick field one of the most started the York case He circles Conunued On Page Eight high had not always been deaQlr a11 t would I Continued On Two ascend the steep slippery road before one unit finally arrived at the brooder house DeArmitt said that two brood er stoves on the third floor of the barn overheated and set fire to the wooden shavings that cov ered the floor He explained the flooring was as a re sultof the fire Using brooms DeArmitt and Continued On Page Kight prevent fatal airplane crashes similar to the ones at Bradford Pa Regional Airport In making the request Sen Hugh Scott RPa said harsh topography and weather condi tions make conditions at the two Pennsylvania airports sim ilar to Bradford Thirtyone persons were killed and 44 injured in to Al legheny Airlines crashes within Continued On Eight ed under President Johnson Instead the guessing is that the most popular of the programs would be farmed out to other agencies leaving OEO with nothing to do Emphasizing that he had no official word on the matter Ayres said he believed Nixon planned to leave Bertrand M Harding OEOs second director in its fouryear life on the job for the time being senior Republican member of the House Education and Labor Committee Ayres said he thought Congress would go along if Nixon called for the abolition of OEO Will Produce Fight While other House members andsenators who have been involved with anlipoverty legis ation were unwilling to forecast Nixons position on OEO there was general agreement that any attempt to kill the antipoyerty agency wodd provoke a spirited congressional battle The Washington Post reported Sunday that a ninemember Nixon task force will recom mend that the incoming pres ident make sweeping changes in poverty and other welfare and food programs including a dismantling of the OEO Continued OB Two INSIDE THE NEWS Almanac 6 Ann Landers 12 Classified Ads 13 Comics 13 Crossword Puzzle 15 Columnists 6 Editorials 6 Stock Market 2 Obituaries 2 Society And Club News 10 Sports 4 Through These Doors 12 Trooper Talk 12 New Soviet Unmanned Spaceship Launehed Soviet Union announced today it launched a new unmanned spaceship in Us Cosmos series Sunday The news agency Tass said all equipment and scientific in struments aboard Cosmos 263 were functioning normally The spaceship was making one complete revolution around the earth every 898 minutes Its maximum distance from the earth was 214 miles and minimum distance 128 miles   

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