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   Daily News (Newspaper) - January 14, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                CLASSIFIED ADS DIAL MISS CLASSIFIED 6431010 or 5424641 THE DAILY State Libra ry VOL 47 MVE FEE COPT HUNTINGDON AND MOUNT UNION PA TUESDAY JANUARY 141969 Phone 6434O4O NO 297 County Gets Four Magisterial Units Foster Remains Critical Probe Being Pressed Annual Convention Shade Gap Will Host Firemen RedHeld Peninsula Is Stormed SAIGON 5000 Allied troops stormed a Com munistheld peninsula on South Vietnams central coast in the biggest amphibious operation ce i since US Marines landed at said lhatmAddition lnchon nartor in the Korean war military spokesmen said today Several leads are being checked today by Snade Gap will pav hos tm State Police that may help solve the S92 WalerJthe 13rd annual convention of street service station robberv early Sundavlne Huntingdon County Fire morning in which a Morris Township man on Salurdav critically beaten Wallace Robert Foster 49 exandria RD 1 hovers death in Conemaugh Valley Hosjof the plans for the annual affair pital at Johnstown the victim ofjlasl evening during ihe fire the violent attack ai the DeVorejmens January meeting at ihe Charles H Williams pres I Aljident of the Shade Gap Area near I Fire Company revealed a few Israel To Reject Red Peace Plan fracture of the skull with braint0 the convention parade and Premier Levi hsnKol of Israeljdamage anc neurosurgeon atifire queen content there will be will reject the Soviet Unionslne hospital informed his familvicomJeiitive events 21 Organisations Represented At Dinner Meet Mount Union Groups Hold CommunityTalk Session Gulf Service Saiion inow fire hall r be the latest Middle East peace plan today tnai nis condition is exi today as running counter to the critical He is still un interests of his nation govern1 conscious has not rallied The tmut sources in Jerusalem saidjospjtai reported t o d a y i In London King Hussein ofichange in Fosters condition Communiques said some 3000 Warning On Non Support Cases Given The Hon R Merle Heffner ffd 1ff dcnl uidse of Huntincdon Conn Seventy persons representing twentyone By Judge Hefftier lended a successful community organisation dinnermeeting last night in the Mount Union Area High School cafeteria The dinnerthe first of this type was sponsored by Uie Mount Union ChamBer of Com merce to promote and improve communications within tlie var ious community organizations Capably serving as toastmas ter for this affair was the Cham ber of Commerce president Melvin McCorkle After welcoming everyone 15 Killed In Los Angeles Plane Crash LOS AN GULES UP teen persons were believed dead McCorkle staled tiliat interest in today in Ihe crash at sea of aj this meeting was shown by theScandinavian Airlines System Court Clears Plan Huntingdon Countys minor judiciary will Ly yesterday by warning Hehave a new look in the Fendanls in support cases thnLfuttire following appYo they cannot ignore court or ders The jurist presided at a busy session of court Monday and announced that those failing to pay support orders will face heavy penalties Judge Heffner look the oath Sea planned by he Shade and landing craft swept into the Gap firemen on July 3 4 andjBalangan peninsula Monday T 5 The holidav nroeramwill irilfrcm the South China Joraan Mos tel pe was as remote as ever Theyjn jne robberv The items were disagreed on how to find it found at the scene of the crimeiald dinner last evemng letieat I dont think the Arabs arejand ai the spot on the new ire hall The Aux About 1000 Communist sol i momriaiT Mnro nf i ir of a threedav riding helicoptersnumber of persons present HeDCS during a landing approach 1 noted iniUal plans for this evenljlo Los Angeles International were approved by the directors Airport val Monday of four magisterial districts for the county The action was taken by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court as the follow up to ihe changes mandated by stale voters in Ihe and yesarnenclmG11s lo Ihe slate const Icrdays session was the first where he presided alone on the The amendment to the judi ciary article of the constitution The Huntingdon judge approved by state voters in of the Ohamber of Commerce in Monday night the fuselage ofi e uningon juge Of nounced that Judge Richard p Snvder of Bedford County will At lrhe direction of the high specially preside at a court former Judge Swirles L sion in Huntingdon on then president judge of day Jan 23 at pm several courts of Huntingdon i Liuit i MM J A mtr t ciuo ot ti mm going to start another war thisiRidge atons the old Alexandria llarv members were guests ofidiers Were believed holed up Rut ifpilD Hho0jho sinlon fish ro5nonor at me banquet an oeninsula 300 miles noi on summer Dayan said But ifPike where the stolen cash regj banquet an apjtje peninsula 300 miles north ounnuiL it i irvi 111 v oiuivit j they do they are going to loseister from the service stationiPreclatlon dinner for the of Saigon Leaflet drops i was found at am Sunday given by the women iad loudspeaker broadcasts The Soviet peace plan calls Sgt Andrew S Mazak Hunt Continued On Page during the year for the withdrawal in phases of Israeli troops from the Arab I territories they seized in the sixday war in 1967 Both sidesTo Rejuvenate Parly tvTild declare an end to thei Etie of war between them I Soviet ambassador and emisj saries delivered the latest plan ieveral weeks ago to Arab and Israeli leaders as well as to top official in Washington Paris and London It is similar to the UN Security Councils peace pan approved in 1967 but never imolemented OBrien Presents Proposals 1 urged an estimated 5000 to Dorothy Parsons president of j 10000 civilians in the area to fne Auxiliary was presented leave prior to the assault and President Williams lauded the women for their oulstand progress Six tvtwo The target of tire assault was a twosquaremile area heavily m Uie hre companysjfortified with bunkers and 1 tunnels that has been usea by atfendedi WASHINGTON In London Davan called theiRetiring Democratic 1 II c I proaosai a big power1 plan Chairman Lawrence F OBrienproved The financial report and said the only way to peace1 recommended today governjwas given by the financial sec Continued On Page Seven persons communists as a staging the dinner on Monday evening f 20 vears The invocation was given the Rev Boaz Smith spokesmen said Many of After a bountiful meal the he fortifications were con firemen held their business 5frurted by Uie Japanese duruig World War II There are a lot of VC Viet Cong in there it will be strongly contested Brig Gen Howard H Cooksey of Alexandria Va one of the Continued On Page Two The Chamber of Commerce president remarked that a part of the inspiration for the din nermeeting came from an arti cle he had read entitled We Criticize They are Criticized which dealt with an ambiguous group called they they vere members of local organi zations directors of school wards bank directors etc who were always criticized for what Continued On Page Seven meeting since this wras the reg ular January session The min were read by the secre iXationaljlary Donald Hess and ap in the Middle East was directment financing of presidential neaoiiations between the Arabs campaiens to maintain a and Israelis An imposedhealthy twoparty system S20000 Fire Blasts Hit Lima Ohio low Democrats jthey could look ahead with confidence But he offered ai of proposals to the party from its defeat in the 1968 presidential Iclecuon He urged that toj prepare for fniure elections Democrats look to the suburbs to young voters and the new spirit in the south peace will not work he said Continued On Page Five Harrimaii Prepares To Leave Paris Oil Covers Town As Line Breaks Campbell Belgian Is Srtiiiaiiip The tail section sank almost immediately in 300 feet of water The Coast Guard reported early today that four bodies had been recovered from the choppy sea and 11 more persons were missing and may have drowned There were 30 known survivors among the 45 persons aboard A massive search for the missing began at dawn but hope was fading Sharks were reported in the area and small craft warnings were posted because of the rough seas Six crewmemkers including the pilot and copilot survived The remaining three including two stewardesses were dead or missing The jet pancaked on the water after the pilot Kenneth An entry by veteran Pennj Da vies a former RAF flyer who now is a Swedish citizen radioed the control tower Something is wrong with my sylvania Farm Show participant J Fred Campbell of Tyrone RD4 Huntingdon County cap tured the senior champion stal lion honors in the Belgian Horse judging yesterday Competition in the thenimvav tion was dominated by Charles B Orndorff and Son of Waynes burg RD1 Greene County The Orndorff entries swept ten of the 12 classes at the 53rd farm show James E Mvers of Shirlevs maltors which cannot handle Continued On Page Five Judge County prepared the plan and submitted it to the court and the 2 Nabbed In Dope Raid At Point Park PITTSBURGH UP Two Point Park College students charged with the possession of dangerous drags were free on bond today Daniel Scarpaci 20 and John Stover 22 both of the citys Mount Washington section were arrested Monday in a raid by city detectives Scarpati and Stover were ar raigned and held pending a hearing Jan 22 Police said they confiscated drugs and narcotics valued be tween and Officers said they seized bank books showing the suspects had been banking from to 400 a week Also seized was a list state government commission After consulting with county officials considering population factors and primary road access problems Judge Himes submit ted the plan calling for four magisterial districts Under the approval order is sued Monday by the State Su preme Court the new judge of Huntingdon County the Hon R Merle Heffner is directed to prepare a formal order approv ing the plan and informing the Huntingdon County Board of El ections of the action A comparison with neighbor ing counties shows that Bedford will have four districts Mifflin County two Centre County six and Fulton County three Huntingdon County which Is ihe 20th Judicial District will have the following four dis tricts District I Juniata Valley Area including M political sub divisions with a population of 5 196 and covering an area of 1969 square miles District II Huntingdon Ar landing gear The jet faded about 100 students who allea including 12 political subdi from radar screens in Die tower Icgedly had been buying the 18 minutes laler when it was drugsat Point Park the Uni versity of Pittsburgh and Car negieMellon University visions with a population of 15 R47 and an area covering 2707 square miles Continued On Page Two LIMA Ohio UPI A pipeline break pour ed thousands of gallons of fuel oil into the i burg RD1 placed fourth in the and sewers of Lima Jate Monday Aien ear nVOIid dcnt cori award competition with voca PARIS lUPIi With les than a week left in the Johnson a meeting of the Democratic fire destroyed the sewage disposal apiculture students administration Ambassador WNational Committee which f n piant and minor explosions rocked the sewer District 11 but ths threat of widespread fire was averted in Fire Destroys Large Church At Stale Line HAGBRSTOWN fd fUPD Diehl of RD4 Bedford County an ev Ihibitor at the Huntingdon Coun A policeman suffered minor ty Fair was awarded the pre facial burns but no one else was known injured About 10000 to have been the US nesotiaiing team at theand to elect Humphreys choice Vixnam war talks Sen Fred Harris of Oklahoma Harriman whri will be OBriens successor succeeded b Henry Cabot Closed regional meetings were Lodee when ichard M Nixon called for this afternoon is inauaurated orcsidem Jan While applauding what the 20 15 scheduled to leave Sunday Democrats did accomplish in for Washington where he will 1953 0 Bnen said the party tire of undelermincd origin the route of the sewerling Harnnian said Mondav n7fed Droved the interior of a largeUne Vincipallv involved in the Birch Akten Snider of New no senseto speak of amounts needed tor church in the community noodof were waitjl Enterprise r i r vrj nUjLni 3 adults and fiOOO mier exhibitors award in the Ayrshire judging and Sniders Homestead Farms of New En terprise Bedford County named premier exhibitor was and moved out of a 125block area breeder in the Guernsey judg u i Chapter v a limited war such campaign ofState Jld aboutThrce 1T V iile WKle W11UIS member at Northern Bedford s Vicnam but thai America Without elaboration he urged jprR Monrv today for the word lo return to Coun Hj h Schoo u C i n r THE WEATHER should concentrate on doing the committee To develop a what it has pledged to Continued On Page Seven as reaching the point of self determination fnr Vietnam I hope thai die press and the piVic wil reaizc ihis snd not Urk about winning a war hut rathrr of achieving these objectives Continued On Page Eight night The Trinity United Church of Christ was built in their homes Officials of the Buckeye The fire was discovered about Pipeline Co said a 22inch fuel line burst al about Pm reserve champion Guernsey fe male in the junior dairy cattle judging Ronda Gallagher of Hunling 10 pm bv a nearbv spewing oil underidon placed first in the scrap Mostly cloudy with scatteri pjremen from surrounding com Pressllre the streets A craft class in the home eco ed snow flurries today High munitics fought the blaxe for Continued On Page Seven 24 lu 33 Variable cloudiness i about two hours before getting p tonight and Wednesday under control Several fire j INSIDE THE NEWS I tonight 16 to 15 High were overcome by smoke Three Springs Garage Is Burglarized i A tire and wheel and an un determined number of vere stolen during a burglary at the Eugena Edwards proper ly in Three Springs State Police at Huntingdon are investigating the crime which was commuted between 11 p m Jan 9 and 5 pm yesler riay when it was discovered byj Marv Bell Edwards nesdav 27 to 3fi Thursday They were treated at the scene Almanac outlook partly cloudy and a little warmer and returned to fight thei Ann Landers Continued On Page Seven And Responsible Program Red Cosmonaut Orbiting Earth o ed MOSCOW UPI The Soviet Union launch a cosmonaut into orbit around the earth to ll was noted that the lock Rsday and minutes he told a nationwide Rcmbly was removed from audience everything is fine I am ooor in order to gam entrance to the Edwards g a r a ge where line station s for interplanetary the stolen items were stored I1 Col Vladimir Snatalov Wood screws were removed in j rode his Soyuz 4 spacecraft into order to take the lock from theorbit at am EST on what travel garage I the Soviet news agency Tass A 775 Mincii tire and wheel I said was a complicated and valued at were taken Quite a few tools also were stolen from the garage but Mrs Ed wards was unable to determine the number or value of them since her husband is a patient in the J C Blair Memorial Hos pital at Huntingdon responsible program It did not detail his goals A Moscow television commen tator said Shatalovs flight would conduct further tests on the Soyuz spacecraft as part of the Soviets longrange goal of establishing earthorbiting space Classified Ads Comics Crossword Puzzle Columnists Editorials Stock Market Obituaries Society And Club News Sports G 3 11 9 11 6 6 2 2 10 nomics award list and Jean nette Parsons was second in the wall hangings framed Margar et Trexler placeo1 fifth for an entry in the pillow covers class Continued On Page Five 22 Arrested In Narcotics Raid At State STATE COLLEGE Pa UPT men and a girl were arrested on narcotics charges Monday in raids by Western experts said the craft state local at sev arriM iwn maneuvering cnral Campus residences carries two maneuvering en gincs and is capable of slaying in orbit up lo 30 days In a preflighf statement Shatalov said he was assigned to continue testing the excel lent spaceship but gave no in dication how long the flight would last Continued On Page Eight here Most of the suspects were students at the Pennsylvania State University police said One of the men taken in cus tody Paul R Freeman 20 of Waverly Lackawanna Countyj was freed at a preliminary hearing before Justice of the Continued On Page Seven 2 Interns Start Work Two Pennsylvania Stale Uni versity students have been as signed to the Huntingdon Coun ty Probation Department for eight weeks of inservice train ing in probation and parole The two Robert Knauer of Allentown and Warren Wesfcer man of Philadelphia started their practicum yesterday Both are majoring in tew en forcement and corrections at Perm State is a senior and West efman is a junior Both students have served similar internships with the Allentown Police Department William E Long acting di rector of Huntingdon County Probation Services said today that Knauer and Westerman will be working with every phase of the departments op erations investigations pre Continued On Seven Continued On Page Two Map Shoivs New Districts In County This map shows graphically the new outline of magistrate districts in Huntingdon County under a plan being implemented under the new judiciary article to the slate constitution The plan calls for of one justice of the peace for each fcstrict during the primary and general elections this year   

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