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   Daily News (Newspaper) - January 18, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                CLASSIFIED ADS DIAL MISS CLASSIFIED 6434Q4O or 5424641 VOL 47 KtSX COPT THE DAILY NEWS HUNTINGDON AND MOUNT UNION PA SATURDAY JANUARY 18 1969 State Library EducationBuilding t Harv i Pa V712i Phone 6434O4O NO 301 FullScale Peace Conference Looms Red Stronghold Near Saigon Is Stormed By GFs SAIGON UPI American infantrymen Safely Russian Spaceship Ends Tri ip MOSCOW Junintat Margin Of Difference Oeffner Heads Drive In County A Juniata alumnus and district sales mana ger of the chemical division of Weslvaco Coilrt i i R Merle Heffner mil hold in thick jungle near Saigon military men ssici today The Red force lost 43 dead fighting at close quarters US in Sets Pace he spokesmen said The lions before the and retreated fortified to earth 1Uiicl m successful conclusion to a mtv drive of the Juniata Co precedentsetting fourman SoDifference program viet space spectacular Oeffner will be working in Volynovs space capsule landconjunction wiih Donald Ever 1 120 miles from the own of hart and RicI Soviet chaimien of the i campaign which will get under way on February 1 The Margin of Difference is designed i said the United States j South Vietnam were working wo a plan io enable some American Thursdav wlr over one million has been raised to date with over S250 000 coming in gifts from alumni and an addiFional S200 spacewaer accomplished CALMN T WALKER Walker Announces Candidacv troops to leave the war zone worlds firs transferfrom from friends of Hie College Li Mi i lie SpO 6 SITlc 11 S31CI Twiila n Via r TI IT n ihe exact of aie oiituner jne College Center tne beginning of ihe spaceship landed5 initial fruit of the drive is W3 miles west of where Soyuz presently 60 per cent com1 down 25 miles fromplated and will be readv for wiwcn is also in use at Ule opeiiVlg i he fall semester in The will house new dining for the student bodvi 1 killed ano 14 otners because of bad weather iniand wl1 include a new post of sbout midnight Friday when alhe area Soyaz 4 landed jfice snack bar ballroom Communist mine exploded as it The Soviet space center ofimeeting looms booksiore and was being disarmed The mineiBaikonur is about midwaystudent lounges j was captured after iis Vieii between where the two space Oefnar is a Cong bearers were slain in an ships landed Mnlm Later Than Expected i till ihe beginning of ihe could not be determined before detailed plans are work out At the US Vanbase at uiiu ivv ijiiit ultilc Be 16 miies southwest Saigon rour Americans Soviets changed the Four months spring prior io h e avin T Walk is cs on ambush Four members disposal the mine attempted t The 25th Division troops orbil meant there haai on a combat sweep at the edse been any trouble in bringins it l Coi Loi forest when jof th graduate of Mount Union High School andj 12 Honored By Blair Division Negotiators In Paris Discuss Plans For Talks PARIS UPI Communist and allied ne ork out plans for a fullscale peace conference Thirty couniians have been dion Vietnam The North Vietnamese suggested ected lo report on Mondaythe conference ODen npvi WPPW 142 Called For Service As Jurors One hundred fortytwo persons have been summoned by Sher iff Robert E Norris for jury duly at the February Term of rected lo report on Monday iihe conference Jan 2i at am for dutv as grand jurors sources said open next week Communist Criminal court slated lo con1 opening meeting of Unite for two weeks will frnm fle United on Monday Feb 2 at amStates Vietnam The Viet wiih GO persons being summon ConS lNortn Vietnam was ed to appear at that time forto discuss such procedural duty as petii jurors i matters as order of speakers Judge Heffner has sei the frequency and date of future week beginning Monday Feb i meetings and the agenda itself 17 for the trial of civil cases BUT according to the Commu Fifiytwo coumians have sources the spokesman for directed to appear at am110 Hauoi rfcegatori Col Ha Huntingdon Prayer Week To Be Observed Van Lau su Bested thev usef lhe same procedures as The churches of Huntingdon ill observe the Week of Prayer is slated to todays meeting and Christian Unify by having Ian 0 discussions on how to find peace iservlces Monday through Wed am judce Heffner week January 20 21 and 22 rtm HUH dilute annua on thai date for duty as tra verse jurors Argument court open on he bench Those summoned GRAND JURY delegation should World Council of Allcnbaugh Betiy HW Shir1 contain more than 15 persons and Bishops IPV Tun f for Ecumenical and i shoud he r ers Joan HW he mecti room for of Ule Ro utr hninutes before each fC ChUrCh Avers Delores HW Petersbllt wolld llo be allowed to Slav lhe longing for freedom and for jury The sources said he presented rhe annual worldwide Week of memo including four suggesPrayer observrance is sponsored the National C ou n c i 1 of lions Thev were iwhen the conference began sessjon place af Jnedrew fire from the jungle j Soyuz 4 landed in a snowbank i Paper Co Continued On Page 194S ro the present has been an employeeHuntingdon West Virginia Pulp and The emoh at ti is tne first coun1 Operating with tanks and Manto toss his nat into tie armored personnel earners the ring for uw Primary baoungfoot soldiers turned into ihe for Tuesday May 20 uwds and pursued the COIWPU He is now in tne fourth year nists with saptwrt fron his first ierm in ihe office and he promises if renominaied1 and reelected thai he wiH give ihe same efficient service io the public that has been a hallmark of his tenure A native of Huntingdon Walker was chief clerk for the Department of Highways at Huntingdon prior to being elect ed to piblic office Earlier he vas employed by z food siore TOLEDO Ohio Owens chsiii for 2 years 13 years of Corning Fiberglas Corportion that time as manager of a sutoday announced that permarket grossing over SI mildated ne sales for 1968 waled hon annually mmion the jn h He is a graaunle of Huntinghistory of the comoanv Toial don High Scnool Class of 1935 sales for 1967 were S376 f mil and he also completed one year lion j at the Pennsylvania Stale Uni yei Wltj Continued On Page TenJ Fiberglas INet Sales Set Record jUunlingclon Fifth Ward Black Ada HW Hunting idon Third Ward Blair May Acci Alexandria Brickiey John Labor Hunt Home injingdon Tnird Ward Brown Richard L Checker Pulp and The employes ending careersCromwell Twp as a the Porter Township plant Byers Mead C Labor Un Coniiryed On Pase Ten honored by the BJair Diiion Twp vision ofWeslao Tiic at a dinj DavisThelma J Cierk Port ner dance last night at the er Twp Elks Home in Huntingdon Everly Charles P Eng The employes ending Springs at the Porter Township plant Eicher Melnn Foreman Elbert W Gilliland MarShirley Twp lha B Meiz Lee L Kodsers Ellenberger Victor D Labor burg Ayella BeRv HW Oneida1 Twp Biniiev H W iwotllrt I3KC place at tiieiy HmZgdon Fmi W d WibcginnUgof next week at the Bixby Heather S Teacher Hoiel Continued On Page Ten Personal Property Forms Sent Phyllis G Jacksnn C Creek Jackson and Newton B Fagani See phoios on Page Five Honored for 25 y e a r s of Celebration Starting Nixon Prepares For Huge Event NEW YORK UPI Richard M Nixon n tanned and relaxed after four days in the FlorSneer ida sun sent his wife and daughters to WashingRamsey Fern Rutherford and ton for some preliminary celebrations todav made last minute preparations for his inuo U S lui nis master of ceremonies for u rat ion jthe program which opened with Mrs Nixon daughters Triciathe invocation by Oscar T Deck1 and Julie and Julies husband ofer I less than a month David Following dinner the division Eisenhower were scheduled to manager Robert C Persona property tax forms were placed in the mail yester day for 4600 residents of Mount Union Shirleysburg Or bisonia and Rockhill Boroughs Cromwell and Shirley Town Ine fight against oppression are among the most remarkable our lime Recognizing comimiltee represent thejsigns tins ing the worlds large body of Christians has chosen the IJieme Called to Freedom It is ap parent that emerging nations workers students oppressed mi norities throughout the world are yearning for freedom and struggling to gain it In Huntingdon the services will be held in the following churches Monday at the Most Holy Trinity Catholic ships and for other persons in erson HW Tell County wiho filed a Wayne Chef i return last year Huntingdon Fourth Ward aiief Assessor E clap Church The speaker will be the Rev Joseph M Mason execu tive secretary of Hie Middle Dis trict of Pennsylvania Church of the Brethren The lifcurgist will oe the Rev Father Francis Ack Tuesday night the service Jhe Shirley Hancock Wilson W Operat the C Blair Corn Continued On Page Five versity School of Foresln Continued On Pse Five earnings lor the vear i Brother Of Tocld Twp Man Killed Foster Holdiug His Own At Hospital Wallace R Foster 49 Alex arrive in the capital in earlyi afternoon for the beginning of the three days of celebrations Mrs Nixon was to attend a ContinuedOn Page fen totaled million equivalent to S20 a share an increase of Tne brother of K Todd Townreception for distinguished wo j26 per cent over 1967 whensnip man was killed yesterdaymen and return York1 pared to million in 1967 Everett General Lauris Ow ensCorning chairman stated Wilson Dodson Oiiensil Ciiv Mothers March Heads Announced Mr Thom of Mi sales in most of the companys RD was pronounced dead esiablished as TCllas a tne scene at p rs March in Hiiminsdon in new applications mSiaie Police at Bedford said Una the irnproved growth riurlnnbrotner o John J 1968 resulted from increased Creek Valley Broad I inaugural 76 afiernoon and agala tonight Hits Campuses lu California salute during the An outbreak of violence on receiving the tax form to read it careful ly and fill out the required an swers He said if any part ot the lax form is not understood he will be glad to give all pos sible assistance to complete the form If the individual receiv ing the form does not have any of the ten items listed hej should write none in each i space sign it and return toj ithe assessment office Any perj e Harrison Price pastor of the Continued On Page Ten 11 Cabinet Appointees Seen Cleared WASHINGTON day at a Waterstreet serviceison of the 12 Nixon cabinet siation is holding his own who did not receive aiChoices today appeared virtually rnnpmaimh Vailpv Hosnitsl afilOrm must obtain the form assured of Snnafp rnnfTrmafinii Conemaugh Valley Hospital Johnstown Foster attendant at the all jfrom the county commissioner or assessment office nieht DeVore Gulf Service The chief assessor poinled out assured of Senate confirmation Even ih e 12th Walter Hickel seemed to have survived his toughest test Senate Democratic Leader Station suffered a depressedthat failure to return the com fracture of the skull with brain jpleted form by February 15i Mike Mansfield said lie would damage when he was hit overiwould result in a 12 per centjcall the Senate into session the inauguralCalifornia campuses including the head wilh a reinpenally being added lo the shortly after Richard 1 forcing steel rod for in connal amount of the lax He alsolMNixon is inaugurated tn jthe shooting deaths ot two1 Nixon planned to remain inBlack Panther members attendcrele Continued On Page Ten County has announced the sucn tire as and Fibersasbelted An autopsy has been ordered Ov additional uses of by S Alton Barefoot Bedford er Loss campaign in tneir own areas r The Mothers March will be held January 20 through 25 J in the area u tT requirements on lVas retired ana speni his which caused more than glas production facilities wlmer5 in Florida On Christdamage throuchout the country commas ne arrived in the arl with Captains wno aonate muoih time and etion have the outy ct recruiting volunteers and Dodson formerly sales level contractor in during the year placed a building i Franks Tailor Shop 302 Sevj to San FranciscoState where iies ing a campus meeting capped a State Trooper Thomas J week of relatively quiet sludentjRuegg head of the threeman j500 or persons demonstrations across the nalearn handling the probe is information tion I Johnstown the Justice ring with Department Friday announced Tukanowicz a it was turning its attention toj Hospital neurosurgeon relative college campuses specifically to the nature of Fosters injur noted there is a jail sentencejconfTm of six months and a fine approved by corn giving falsemittees Up and today confer Personal propeiiv Clapper l to 10 cabinel one subcabinet man ith Dr S Anthonysaid as defined by the Act oflDepuly Sccretarydesig Aicz Conemaugh Valley Ume 17 1913 are mortgages naif Packard could i I i I I J L ATrt ti J n 1 irl Xeb was enfh Street Huntingdon was the jthe latest round of student The victim of the beating has visiting relativesscene of a fire last beganin order to learninot regained consciousness and S100 the cause of violence contritions the workers for Captains ana Lneir areas are ts In Huniingdon Mrs Kugene Baker Mr Jean Weir Fourth Ward Mrs J Curtis Simes Echo Glen Mrs Betty Isenberg Sharon Heights Mrs Robert Ward Second Ward Mrs Robert Sever f Continued On Page Five jthat the heater used to on steam for the press at the shop the increased production of tire vset to the floor in Franks cord and ground was broken fi construction of a 200000Dode station wagon camper Al nrst believed the square foot plant in Jackson For sorne unknown reason was In Lne Budget Plan Tenn for producing reinforcevehicle tne highway at Seventh and Washing Cominueri On PPOA rivpi ihe east sidc 3nd ran headon in1 Creels but investigation Lommuea un to a maj and that only smoke was be poie The camper was into the Budget Plan ished loss being set at Quarters The office was open Damage to the utility pole wasjast evening and an employe fixed at and to the mail box in the alarm he still is fighting for his life In the East a rally was j No change has been noted in Fire Chief Robert Jcssell said scheduled for today atWallhhis condition since he under i Mass to gather supportwent surgery at the hospital ContinuedOn Page Ten j Continued On Page Five ages promissory notes judgments make the Monday list Another public loans bonds shares of wj slock including many mutual in1 Continued On Page Five Secretary of Fasuaclit New Head Of Game Commission 11 HARRISBURG UPI Vson of thelateMichI stubborn blaze one that was VVLAlHLK I ert E Fasnacm of Ephrata isael and Sally Dodson His wife tough lo extinguish the new state game preceded him in death just The building is owned by Mrs When the tailor shop was op The deceased was born in ened tne fire was located Broad Top Township HopewellJ Jesse noted that it was Cloudy and mild wilh rain High lemperature in the upper Ws to c nun in ucr toaay Elected Friday ago in Omaha atUTR i jNiargaretta R Crew of Wash ature succeeds Frederick M Simpf He is survived by two daughington DC and the loss is cov lower ison Huntingdon iters one in Omaha and another ered by insurance SOs Cloudy and windy wiih Fasnacht who is serving anjjn California He is also sur The entire Huntingdon Fire rixmers ending and turning Cigntyear term having beenivived by three brothers and one Department was on hand for the m colder tonight Low 31J Sunday mostly cloudy tod colder withchance of rain developing High in the VK Mostly cloudy and cold lioaday the j appointed in 1965 was the com missions secretary Chosen vice president H L Buchanan Venango County was sister Harry and C h e st e pm genera alarm with Dodson Hopewell RD 2 andUessell and Assistant Chief John J Dodson Broad Top R of Franklin D and one sister Mrs Annie iSipes Omaha He was preceded Gilbert N Mountain being in charge Water from booster lines was The new secretary is Loringlin death by four brothers and used to bring fire under H eramer East Stroudsburg two sisters control Pat Nixon Stars Today In Capital Reception WASHINGTON UPI Pal Nixon stars today in a show in which she used to play a supporting role the distin guished ladies reception first official event of the 123 million inaugural weekend festivities The reception in tiie National Art Gallerytraditionally is held o honor wives of the newly elected administration officials female office holders and other prominent party members and women whose campaign helped assure victory 1953 and 1967 Mrs Nixon attended the affair as the vice presidents wife shadow the former first lady Mrs Dwight D Eisenhower Jail Clean Orderly Daily News Harrisburg Bureau Statedesignate ned day or two later Hickel the Alaska governor Nixon named Interior Secreta ry facer a fourth day of questioning today by thp Senate Interior Committee this lime with the press and public barred Several committee members were obviously dissa views on HARRISBURG The Hunttlisficd uth HicjclsT 4 n r T i i conservation and pollution but ingdon County Jail was given a most observers expectedhim to rating of clean and orderly in a report to the county commis sioners of an inspection of that institution by the Bureau of Cor of Todays guests including Mrsiof Justice Eisenhower were to honor the In another section of the wife of Presidentelect Richard j report it was noted that there M Nixon and Judy Agnew wifejwas liule change or improve of Vice Presidentelect Spiro T ment in the maintenance or op be confirmed The only other controversial nominees Packard and Treasu JM Kennedy cleared committee hurdles Friday by convincing senators that personal interest Continued On Page Five Agnew The future first lady planned to come here from New York at midday Her daughters Tricia 22 and Julie Nixon Eisenhower 20 were lo attend the reception with their mother For first official appea rance of inaugural weekend the blonde Mrs Nixon chose a PatulloJo dress of Cope and sky blue Princess star on Continued On Ten eration of the county jail except ing that the cement plaster on the inside surface of the exer cise yard was repaired There was no indication of definite ac tiqn in correction of certain de fects and deficiencies listedin a previous inspection report At the time of the inspection seven persons all male aduHsi were confined to the jaiINone of them complained about the care and treatment they re ceived according to the inspec tor INSIDE THE NEWS Albert M Rung 6 Almanac 6 Along Juniaba 1Z Ann Landers 7 Classified Ads11 Comics 9 Crossword Puzzle 11 Columnists ft Obituaries Society And Club News 8 Sports 4 Qmrch S   

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