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   Daily News (Newspaper) - January 17, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                CLASSIFIED ADS DIAL MISS CLASSIFIED 6434040 or 5424641 ILY VOL 47 KtNE CENTt FEE COPT HUNTINGDON AND MOUNT UNION PA FRIDAY JANUARY 17 1969 Phone 6434O4O NO 300 Allies Prepare For Opening Of Talks Saturday In LBJ Report eRace Warning Is Given Saij President Johnson ioid Congress PARIS UP Allied negotiators opened WASHINGTON Intensive consultations today in Paris and gon in preparation for Saturdays start of the exjtoday ihe Russians are now Top Corps Will Attend psnded Vietnam talks and ihe first head on coijlaunching more spacecraft than lision with the Communists jthe United States and could The agendaihe formal Oroveriake aild possibly surpass Broadbent Resigns Post As County Commissioner Iri 6 Counties topics to be ub firsi major problem o be Tne presidents annual report decided The Communism have USsPace activities said Ihe j served notice they want to firsr Apollo 8 flight around the moon discuss a USpullout oscl greatly enhanced ihe Vietnam The United States Uniled Statos as jSaigon wain to discuss Johnson left Richard M Nixin dec ithey cal an end io Communis aggression The conference opens af fsions of am J30 am EST at jheiProrams former Majestic Hotel after 77iApolo 1 Johnsons report credited iheiwa at am with Dinner over theUniud States with a wide lead land program beginning at shape of the conference table r practical loolic al the Elks Home in Hunt tyrififi tn almnct fWV ui jJirfttlLd f American dW on tte of Space exploration suchimgdon ietnam as weatlier communicalionss Huntincdon Business and In Itlllfllii i i r t ano navigation satellites ana uvduslrv is hosting tne formal cer coJiribuHon to science H we a t her permits continue ghoui the P Love Will Speak At Dam Program Colonel William J Love Baltimore Distric gtneer US Army Corps of Engineers willcarv lasl Sunday morning in the main speaker at the groundbreaking More Police AssignedTo Cl Foster Case Two more investigators have been assigned full time duty on the investigation of a robbery Baltimore a Waterslreet service station T T i any great newSemonies lor the Raystown Reservoir on Friday io folow project January 24 The willjcl under report disclosed KENNETH W SALEM Official To Head Human juiu iuiiiiimcr uii uifdlLKU Ulc i ij HAITI p latpr in InO iris negotiation Cud diplosmce JPace fllSh began fournevto theshe stic sources in Paris ears United States and to slle s the bickerine over launched 606 spacecraft if e we ac K 5 tmmnarprt in 3AR hv iUual groundbreaking activities Reservation for the program j WOU Id jPari Iniat it ha agenda may be as drawn out as Compared io 355 by Russia aonmnanv rni the hassling over the confertne enfi of the Vmied T Ml accompany Col ence table States had amassed 3314 lo Huntingaon for the pro American and South Vietnahours in sPace Russia ML mese negotiators met in Paris1 But lasi vear ile Russians In Saiaon US Ambassador10100 S1 spacecraft comparedmay be made by contacting the Ellsworth Bunker and Gen ito 64 bv United States In a i office of Huntingdon Business jCreishwn W me of the report preparedand Industry at Penn an hour and 45 minutes National Aeronautics andStreet in Huntingdon Accommo Presidenl Nguyen Van it was rioted thatdations are limited Kenneth W Salem has joinInformed sources in Saieon said the Russians could In addition to Col Love ed the professional siaii of the they discussed Thieus tentative go nio ihe lead imany top ranking officers of the Turnpike District Plsnning sndplan to withdraw up to 60000 The report was preparedNorth Atlantic Division Balti Developnient Commission i American troops from Vietnanv before the docking and crew i more District and ihe Office The multicounty economic by the end of 1959 transfer achievements of of Engineers will be pres developmem disrict is com Ab rams was reported on hand Russian Soyuz 4 and aleni poscd oi Huntingdon Bedford to discuss ihe military aspects Spacecraft US observers ap Major General Charles M Blsir Cambria Fulton and of the Paris negotiations OrJyjpraised the Soyuz mission as an I Duke division engineer of the Somerset Counties and stresses four days sgo he ssid step in Soviet plansNorth Atlantic Division will be the regional concept oi economreduction of US troops go to the moon or buildipresent and will also represent ic planning and developmentinevitable but he warned thatmanned stations in earth General William F Cassidy Tne aim of tne regions design Continued On Page Three j Continued On Pase Three Chief of Engineers U S Army 800 Cards Being Sent is the acceierased economic growth of the South Central Pennsylvania area Inclusive in this design is ihe development and flood control facilities tourism anaj recreation and means of mass Continued On Page Three At Mount Union 2 Attend Boroughs Meeting Seventy two borough officials and guests attended the Tri Coumy Borough Association meeting last nigh zi the Mount Union American Legion Country Club Hosting the dinner and social hour was the M o u n t Soyuz 4 Carries 3 Cosmonauts To Earth Landing MOSCOW fUPI Soyuz 4broke from earth today and carried three cosmonauts to a ipinpoint landing in the Soviet Union ending jhistoric mission that gave the Soviets two space firsts j Behind them the three Washington DC s will Non Voters Sgl Andrew S Mazak said today that State Troopers Jos eph Faircloth and Thomas W Jones have been assigned to aid State Trooper Thomas J Ruegg who is heading the allout probe Mazak explained that an avalanche of leads has poured into ihe Huntingdon substation and immediate action is neces sary We dont want any of our leads lo set cold the vet eran station commander said Qj Stepping Down DONALD C BROADBENT Ruegg noted loo that every effort has been made to date to handle all leads immediate ly We dont want Ihe case to get old on us he said Several persons have been picked up and interviewed riur ing the investigation of the robi bery but all have been re1 leased iSo person is being held in custodv in connection with Loss Iii Blaze At Huntingdon Fire caused an Quitting To Take State Position Democratic Commissioner C Broadbent County Donald of Alex andria R D resigned today effective Jan 31 to accept a stale posi tion the AVaterstreel robbery damage last evening in er RuesEr said ui Announcement of Broad bents resignation from Ihe threeman board was made by Judge R Merle Heffner The jtuist said he risiqnaUon was being accepted wilh regret in view of the outstanding work that Broadbent hi done as a commissioner during the past nine years Broadbent 44 lias accepted a supervisory position in state agriculture He declined to identify the post bill added that an announcement would be made in Harrisburg in the near future The Democratic commissioner look off ice on Jan 1960 and was reelected for fouryear ferns in 1964 and He estimated serves as secretary of the er Ruegg said Huntingdons worst blaze of Wallace R Foster 49 Alexj he new year at the Kevslone board Broadbent a past president of jfhe Pennsylvania Slate Associa suffered last andria RD 1 remains in very JDiscount Store 620 Washington 2oV of critical condition at the ConejS reel in the boroughs mam maugh Valley Hospiial Johnsjbusiness district town where he is being treati Tne entire Huntingdon Fire on a ed for a depressed fracture responded to thej Blair Memorial Hospital for the skull with brain damage general alarm which sounded all more than a week The corn Pul H KUI The Todays report from the pm pital intensive care unit is abj Fjre chief Robert Jessell said solutely the same as it has that the fire started at the past five days no the rear of the Keystone build County Foster underwent jng in a trash pile It is be J Km in cui i missioner said today that his Continued On Page Three T were advisedyeslerSonn surgery on Sunday lhat a lighted cigarette jaemcnen wuti ing ui H arWwkjmainii on Tuesday bur had fnsspHt vision Corp of Engineers New York Lt A Eagers Jr f DCDUIV District Engineer ca moreDislrict G M X approximalek 800re caixls to ar have cast during the past ler Chief Engineering Division Ttie cards include a postage Baltimore District Robert J Continued On Page Three Buffer Zone Pounded By US Shells Hickel Back For 3rd Day Of Quizzing o on Tuesday he has failed to regain con sciousness of his family visit Continued On Page Five Young Driver Involved In Accident spacemen left Lt Col Boris pounded the SAIGON artillery slajfd to receive a card iyolTov circling the globe alone jtween Noriii and South Vietnam stock presided at the regular in i Infnrm f tn ncwal c paid return card and if it is filled out and returned within 10 days the voter will be rein stated on the county registra tion rolls i About 200 more cards will be prepared for mailing by clerks Two vehicles were forneed or Uw Huntingdon County Eleca total of S200 in an accident wnjcti had sained considerablejed programs hold down taxes tions Board during me next twoin Robertsdale last evening inheadway before firemen arrivand generally come up smellinc i t 11 i i Itlr Damage io the structure was xhe governor plans to submit Continued On Page Three jto the General Assembly Jan 28 his proposed budget for fis Sliafer Is Coy About Tax Plans HARRISBURG UPI I intend lo fulfill my constitution al responsibility This was the statement used repeatedly Thursday by Gov Raymond P Shafer to parry Jessell said firemen used questions on his beencarelessly tossed j there I The blaze destroyed wooden steps and a wooden porch for the apartment over the discount store The trash had been piled j under the steps at the rear of the store The flames broke through a window of the store rest room and then spread through a par tition weeks All persons who failed1 volving a 15yearold operatorled to vote in I9S7 and 1968 are N0 person was injured in the Da pm crash State Police at Huntingdon buffer zone be Chairman Gordon Haver in Soyuz a Informed sources for the first time in two weeks jsaid he would come downjmiliiary spokesman said today Saturday ew mjies below the border WASHINGTON UPIlThe The two Soyuz ships Thursday Communist river mines killed Senate Interior Committee Accomplished tne first docking sjx Americans in two explo called Alaska Gov Walter Jjof two manned vehicles insjons The session opened with a Hickel back for more questionspace Then two cosmonauts runners fired into warm welcome from M H peing today amid growing Soyuz 5 walked in spaceft Demilitarized Zone fDMZli Forrest Huntingaon president ljiy ne will not gel automaticfor a nour and climbea into f f Gjo o tns Blair Huntingdon and confirmation as oresidentelecf Soyuz 4 in an unprecedented riflpmAn shot Bedford County Boroughs AssoRichard M Secretsnofsoace transfer ilemen shot v T i 13 ci uo rGconnsisssnce Inlenor Tasslhe agencyaircraft artilen Of Merger Gets Tentative Approval said Clifford W Rickbaugbu THE inji S 19690 t could cal for ose to million in addition Jr 15 of 8 Wood Street Rob ertsdale was travellingeast oni Almanac 6 al expenditures and in view of Wood Street at the time of the Ann Landers 12 reports of falling rev accident He had just com Classified Ads U enues this could only mean Dieted making a right turn offj Court House Roundup 10 Spring Street and started to Comics 9 travel east on Wood After of merger when on wood Alter Crosword Puzzle 11 making the turn he failed to g keep the 1964 Chevrolet sedan j Market 2 on the highway and the rightj obituaries 2 side of his auto hit the On Stage Live r 5 Page 8 4 merger should take rear TO1ner of a 1967 Plymouth school New ith the Tuberculosis which was parked in Societies of neighboring Continued On Page Five Supplement Juniata Centre he Compulsory Arbitration Uw public powerItwar the i said it was Report Says Two Bullets Killed President l I9bo questioning endured so far byAsia frst incident inof the Huntingdon County TuL atedtnatm these any of tne cabinet nominees Within minutes of the the ix wjde buffer zone berculosis and Health Society times emloyes and Sen Henry Jackson DWssh am EST ianamg journalists asnce jan 3 the sjnceiThe meeting was held at the societys headquarters at higher taxes Reporters tried almost every conceivable angle at a news conference to pry loose from the governor information about specific taxes and whether he would place the onus for reven ueraising on House Democrats Answers Seldom Vary Shafers answers hardly ever Continued On Page Three Rush s changing employers should give thought would se no deadline for whenrecovery team sports commis to the practical side of the probihe questioning will conclude sars and friends greeted the lem in controversy Why and After the committee finishesithree cosmonauts near the what can he done the answer isits public questioning of Hickel Soviet space center 1700 miles collectivebargaining This type H will 20 into his financial southeast of Moscow r T ie Inreej A sent Continued On Pase Three Bartlow Is Promoted 1719 Street with Donald A Miller in the chair It was announced by Mrs Alva B Walton executive Sec retary that Christmas Seal sales as of January 16 were short by SH294 of the Commission Finding In JFKs Killing Affirmed opposition to the appointment WASHINGTON UPI A secret indepen David H Bartlow process on the samejdent study of Xrays autopsy reports photo 0 oargaimng nas proven in private sessic Tass said the three men were successful jThere are also several witnes feeling well1 and that Volynov tmny day noice must beses representing strong conseriin Soyuz 5 is carrying out the to the Department o Laivation viewpoints to testify in operations envisaged by the Continued On Page Three gineer in the noncorrosive projdate in 1968 However Mrsgraphs of his wounded body and actual clothing ducts factory at the Huntingdon JJaJton s aid th at 150 families bv pesident John Kennedy shows he of OwensCorning Fiberilncreased tneir gifts a fact she J been Proionsiders significant of improviwas killed by two bullets fired from above and interest in the behind him as he rode through Dallas Nov 22 Long Foricttrd Step Toinird Impossible Dreams Are Coming True For LBJ fUPI Wemem for Johnson For he go to a reception Thursday work Tne total of letters mail in last Voven moled to the position ef techni cal supervisor Announcement of the promotion was made today by Roy J Hess plant was fi200 Bartlow assumed the new po Mrs Walton also r i that sition on January 1 As Coffee Day sponsored oni cal supervisor he is responsijDecember 24 on behalf of thej ble for all technical services a societys 1 Busy To he End both the Huntingdon and Val praiso facilities of the Non Cor irosive Products Division He succeeds Frank E Miller minute l vvno was appointed as manager of the new tank WASHINGTON now have sken another long the one President John Fi forward step toward peace Kennedy asked to head up the said President Johnson These space program when wee wod o a man driving decision was made to go for thej hard toward impossible dreams moon in ihe 1960s Undin0 A hiS WCek ln 3 kndS bUrden he haS h2d t0ierl G Pislole on nou o nia peMoenc receptions and gatherings therejcarry during his presidency Icorrosive products manufactur BIU anev momhs of frustrahave oulpourings of thel Early Thursday morning the ing lion and discord in me countrydeepest sentimentality and feelword he had been waiting for Associated with OwensCorn Seal Sale by Bob Geissinger proprietor of the Continued On Page Fivei VT1 ry 1 O11CC the often reviled President nasing seen one dreamcdof after another come true i gathered around him The historic Apollo 8 flight toj Tnere were his with shedding of ears part of the many who poignant the moon and back in the dyingreturns to his beloved Congress days of his administration his alma deliver his a source of tremendous of the Union message andj Continued On Page Five came Secretary of State Deanling since July 1966 Bartlow was Kusk awakened him to say that hired at the Huntingdon plant as the negotiators in Paris had a trainee In April 1967 was agreed on the size and shape of promoted to process and quality their table so that subslantiacontrol technologist in thi mm tive peace talks can now start corrosive products factory He Continued On Page Three THE WEATHER Travelers warnings due to freezing rain this forenoon Cloudy and warmer today Freezing rain changing to in termittent rain around noon High temperature in the 30s Cloudy and warmer tonight with ftccasional rain Low temperatures remaining in the 39s Saturday windy and mild with showers High Temper ature in the Ms Sunday out look windy and colder witb possible snow flurries HARRISBURG UPI Mayor Albert H Straub dis closed Thursday that Detective Capt Martin L Watts a 22 year veteran on the force has been appointed acting chief of police Watts who has been captain of detectivesfor more than two years succeeds Capt George R Brink who has been acting chief since last Dec 4 when Straub suspended Chief C Pres ton Price in an investigation of missing traffic tickets Dec 20 Price pleaded guilty in Dauphin County Court Continued On Page Three 1963 This newest disclosure in the controversial assassination case agreed with conclusions of the Warren Commission Review of the hitherto closely guarded autopsy material was conducted last year by a panel of four doctors at the request of Ally Gen Ramsey Clark The findings were made public Thursday night with approval of the Kennedy family The panel said the autopsy reports Xrays and photographs eliminated with reasonable certainty any possibility thai Kennedy was shot to death through the head from any direction other than from back lo front Although many vocal active critics of the Warren Commis Continued On Page Five Fire Police Reorganize Harold Kepler was selected president of the Huntingdon Fire Police Association at the annual reorganization meeting held Wednesday night in the as sociation meeting room in the Huntingdon Municipal Building He succeeds Allen Glass as the president of the organiza tion Donald G kenberg was re elected chaplain and the other officers include Herman Shope vice president Charles Mc Cray reelected secretarytrea surer and Warren Ramsey re elected assistant secretary Allen Glass was retained as a trustee of the association Charles Allison remains as captain with Herbert Holland retained as first lieutenant second lieutenant will be War ren Ramsey Continued Op Page Five   

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