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Daily News (Newspaper) - January 20, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania CLASSIFIED ADS DIAL MISS CLASSIFIED 6434040 or 5424641 ILY Statj VOL 47 NINE CENTS PIE COPT HUNTINGDON AND MOUNT UNION PA MONDAY JANUARY 20 1969 Phone 6434040 NO 302 Becomes 37th US President Promises To America Strong For Peace Talks New Team Arri ives In Paris Candidate PARIS UPIlThe vanguard of Presidentelect Richard M I Nixons negotiating team ari rived today under orders to get the expanded Vietnam wan negotiations started as quickly as practicable this week Lawrence E Walsh the new deputy American delegation leader told newsmen uponi arrival from Washington he saw elements for optimism1 in the new talks on how to end the conflict starting this week I ihink it would be wrong to minimize all the difficulties ahead Walsh said Everyone realizes that a good start has been made but here is more loj be accomplished But I see elements for optimism here in Paris1 WaLsh was greeted at Orly Airfield by American Ambassa WILLIAM MCLAUGHLIN McLaughlin Seeks Top Lions Post William E McLaughlin Bid To Aeii Regime Reds Ask For Arms Race Talks MOSCOW its first bid to the iVixon administration the Soviet Union today asked for talks on limiting nuclear amis including antiballistic missiles A Soviet government state ment said agreement with the United States on curbing the arms race is quite feasible though not an easy thing The statement said the Kremlin is ready for a serious exchange of opinion with the US government concerning mutual restriction and subse quent reduction of strategic means of delivery of nuclear weapons including defensive systems Leonid Zamyatin chief of the foreign ministry press depart ofjment read the statement to a Duncansville R D delegaton chief Henrv leader Cyrus R deputv nows conference called hours before Richard M Nixon was to oath in President Richard M tional announced today he will uSSoviet talks on limiting said nfw be a candidate for district govthe multibillion dollar missile Pjihni jernor at the slate convention in systems had been scheduled to iPresident of the United StatesMaking Clean Break In Capital Cabot Lodae expected to arrive here tonight will decide himself whether the Pittsburgh June 1 2 and 3 iopen in late August But the District 14L includes Hunt1 Unicri sfatef lied off the date conference can open Tuesdav Blair Bedford show its displeasure over he proposed by North Vietnamand Sand Mifflin Counties Harold SJKnvPt nf n7Prhn Xational Liberation FrontKimmel of Rockhill Furnace aj i Soviet bloc invasion of slovakia Aug 21 Urge Ratification It is necessary now to make shfarf t S Praently scmnS asi efforts toward the earliest entrv Moving ahead st unusual governor of the district after eight months of i McLaughlin s candidacy isi sponsored by the Roaring Spring Lions Club of which he has been a member for 10 me political arm of the Viet Cong bitter public and secret barsain Contimied On Page Twelve Continued On Page Ten In Pueblo Case Navy Court Will Hear Bucher years He has served his club as director tail twister vice president and president andi has a 10year perfect attend ance record While president his club sponsored the domGreenfield Club Crum Is Renamed By Lutherans Johnson Heads For Texas Home WASHINGTON UPI Lyndon B Johnson the nations 36th president spent five years and 59 days at the pinnacle of power Today he was yielding highest office to Richard M Nixon Johnson hoped to be back in his native Texas by sundown He is leaving the presidency with grace and style and a poignancy after 37 years on the scene Free scene He ls president of St James Luther1makinga a clean said an Church Council at an organ1 On the district level Lionization meeting following thej McLaughlin has served asjannual congregational COROVADO Calif membership chairman zoneof tne church held at Cmdr Lloyd M Bucher was1 chairman deputy district niiht in he church social Hickel Nod Delayed Johnsons final week in office drama bij summoned before a five admirjernor and cochairman of the hall Most Of Cabinet To Be Okayed WASHINGTON by big but not the incoming al court of inquiry beginning district hospitality room at the Reelected to serve with CruniTh Jd h d b today to explain how and whyistale convention hese officers Jay Walkevident the United States Xavv lost the T er vice president Miss ru ii u j t mS politicians and little peoplejNivon administrations cabinet choices were seTfoi quick post Bucher was said to be one 0fAUoona June 4 1932 He isGeorge Wilson treasurer the first witnesses at thei married to the former Winifred president The too much at times were kind to inquiry although the sequence in Kennedy of Hollidaysburgi in the evening for a second wmch they would appear wasThey have a son Jeffrey 19 a term were Miss Boyer Walker him in the end One showed his Elected to the council earlier haci soared lo M5 Continued On Page Five J inaugural confirmation today to Calls On Nation To Seize A Chalice Of Opportunity Marines Battle VC In Tunnels SAIGON UPIlHalf naked Marines pistols carrying in one 45 caliber hand and in the other killed 23 WASHINGTON UPI Richard Milhous Nixon became Hie 37lh president of the United States today with a pledge that America will be as strong as we need lo be for as long as we need to be He coupled this firm declara tion with a plea to Communist bloc nations to meet America in peaceful in conquering territory or extend ing dominion but in enriching Mideast Peace Plaiis Rejected Big power moves for peace in the Middle East met cold receptions today in Cairo and not victory over any oilier Jerusalem Israel rejected a South Vietnamese troops but the peace that comes I Soviet plan and Egypt accused mg the twomilesquare Batanwith healing in its wings with lhe United States of total r President at an outdoor ceremo The fighting raged during thejny on the capitol steps Nixon weekend in a guerrilla tunnel network uncovered by some of the 3000 Marines and 2000 said The peace we seek to win is By Israel gan Peninsula 320 miles north east of Saigon compassion for those who have suffered with understanding Lance Cpl William Cox of for those who have opposed us with the opportunity for al the peoples of this earth to choose their own destiny1 Nixons Pledge Nixon pledged to cooperate Jackson Miss one of the Marine tunnel rats told UPI correspondent Kate Webb he first saw two Viet Cong peeping at him from a tunnel opening We yelled at them to comeji0 reduce the burden of arms put and one of them yelled strengthen the structure of back You come in1 He said it in said I peace to lift up the poor and I the hungry with those who Cox and two other Marines are willing to join stripped to the waist and armed with the pistols flash lights and scampered opening Marines above ground at the same time spotted a female Viet Cong pop wit of another opening They sent her back in with orders to urge her comrades to surrender Several minutes later nearly 100 Viel Cong emerged their hands in the air In the tunnels the Marines such as Cox cornered and battled the diehards The drive into the peninsula long a guerrillastronghold marked the largest Marine Resting his hand on a pair of Bibles opened to the smoke Isaiahs vision of a day into the men shall beat their swords into plowshares the new President pledged to seize not in fear but in gladness what our destiny the cup of despair but the chalice of opportunity1 Let us go forward firm in our faith steadfast in our purpose cautious of the dan gers but sustained by our confidence in the will of God and the promise of man The awesome power of the US presidency passed from Democrat Lyndon B Johnson to Republican Nixon at the climax V I Vt I HIJ i I El I I I 1 I1WJ1 at VI Lt VlHliIJrt amphibious operation since the Lf the Americall renubiics most Korean war Military riillai wiinPSsPri men told Miss Webb that 57 solemn civic ritual witnessed by a television audience esti Communists have been killed inimaterj at J00 miiion persons the weeklong campaign the 136 captured They s 3785 guerrilla suspects have Shortly before Nixon stepped forward to favoritism towardd Israel Foreign Minister Abba Eban of Israel said a Soviet plan calling for Israeli withdrawal from the Arab territories it conquered in 19fi7 in exchange for Arab recognition of Israels old frontiers would lead to a new war It would recreate the dange rous conditions which then prevailed Bban said In Cairo Egypt rejected an American reply to the Sonet plan The American reply was much worse than we expected because it manifested complete American favoritism toward Israel said the semiofficial newspaper Al Ahram The newspaper said the American reply ignored Israeli aggression anrl stated rtie chief obstacle to a settlement was Arab terrorism Continued On Page Twelve More Items Taken To Crime Lab insure immediately a continuity of leadership been Elsewhere in South Vietnam Communist forces greeted the Several items obtained yester iake during the investigation of inaugural Waterslreet service station Spiro Theodore Agnew Continued On Page Twelve i was robbery one week earlier were taken to the Stale Police Crime Union address Wilson and William Horton oo in spirits was lie iciat New council membersfor thisMarch 31 vhen he seek term are Thomas Woodrow e Orville Dore joining M would he felt not that 3 if Committees did not get DeForrest Dr Evelyn signed the Lords Prayer to vollng on lhem Iasl Robert Ross Fred Kvner WilunuM ha week tot disclosed will sit in the court during the entire proceedings n 7TJ expected to last three weeks as i 1 VeCK the main party to the inquiry The first and only captain of the Pueblo Bucher spent his childhood in three orphanages eventually graduating from Boystown Neb He was comi In with the theme of signal for Presidentelect Richard missioned a naval officer in the Week of Praver for Chris pastor the Rev Walter S Vietnam peace talks came true AIislxon s most controversial 1953 Uian Unity Cailed to FreeSmith preceded the business in his final days in Interior Secretary The court opened in the dom lhe fjV servjce in HmtJmeeting Following lhe election gainst two US basesj near Saigon and a raid into thei central Highlands city of Ban iePShultz perhaps today MJ Thuot The attacks in the almost certainly by midhours before Richard M Robert Ross Fred Kyper Wil liam Guisler and Crum would be criticized His most fervent dream of a Nixons inauguration killed six Continued On Page Twelve it was also doubtful thei A worship service of personal breakthrough in Paris and theSenate immediately ap 1 f i c t A I n n1 O r rS3c bv the has relief1 free Lnough Fo Be Unlleti msp of amphibious Jo5ff TM Mason approachins a beachhead I night January 0 The hearfng will be conducted Xcmfes held in the Ho y In three phases The mission Catholic Churchy the Pueblo the seizure last Jan Tnp iathpr of church councilmen Mr Crum f Continued On Page Ten rancis 23 by North Korean gunboatslEOn hosl pastor and treatment of the crewulIEl during 11 months in captivity The speaker of the evening The five admirals were the Rev Mr is the ex Continued On Page Ten Continued On Page Five i THE WEATHER Cloudy with rain today to night and Tuesday Highs be the Iitj today in the 30s Slowly ris ing temperatures tonight Highs Tuesday in upper 30s tn low Wednesday cloudy with occasional rain Must Produce Results In Cruelly SliorL Thtie Nixon Seeking To Renew National Faith In System WASHINGTON a complex society whose goodwill settle over Washington I Inauguration of a new president mood currently shows a visiblelCritics who only recently held marks not only a guarddegree of anger ugliness and j Johnson guilty of playing changing and a shift of disgust pohics and malperformance responsibility but also a Nixnn will begin to know thebegan to speak of his departure of faith in a system loneliness and pain of his officewith nostalgic regret They sang Not all Americans would if within a cruelly short lang syne to him on rce Many historians and he does not produce results IfjCapitol Hill The choir sntesmen for years have the Vietnam fighting does notllawmakers who only months led that the system is shot cease if the Middle East crisisearier had tried to gut of defects In any case is not reduced if blackilohnsons programs do not sec signs ofi Newspapers and the airwaves frequentlybrimmed wkh goodnatured city about the Nixons The j f new president even looked Continued On Page Five University Of Cub Scouting Is Scheduled J Clifford Scott OneidaDis trict training chairman Boy of America announced j today plans to conduct a Uni versity of Cub Scouting on Sat urday January 25 at the Penn sylvania National Guard Ar mory on Standing Stone Avenue Huntingdon This university is the concluding phase of the Cub Scout training sessions that have been held during the past fall season Registration for the sessions will begin at 9 am After an opening ceremony a session on the Cub Scout Program is heduled for to be follow Continued On Page Five as Worker Has Ankie Hurl In Fall A Mount Union man Kenneth all it revolution lo stop striving toimprovemcnl in So sirong today islunhappy lot and if for change that someldoes not subside must be prepared to be i By raising his hand over the blamed for everything includ bible and swearing to upholding bad xveather constitution Richard Mj Some Goodwill becomes the inheritor The approach of Nixons and commanderinchief I inauguration saw a thin mist of better in editorial cartoons Across America however thousands of parents wives and sweethearts continued restive Continued On Page Five 211 ShirW was dS Huntingdon Man Listed As Critieal Truck Damaged S800 In Siuulay Fire Laboratory in Harrisburg today for examination by experts Investigators refused to re veal the nature of the new items which may uncover valuable clues to lie holdup in which Wallace R Foster 40 Alex andria R D 1 the allnight Chester Thompson of M i 11 i service station attendant was Creek was westbound on Allecritically beaten gheny Street early Sunday morn ing when there was a flash fire Foster hit over the head with r d v a Piece of concretereinforcing in the engine portion of his 1963 Chevrolet pickup truck Before Huntingdon firemen ar rived on the scene the blaze had caused over damage lo the designate Walter J Hickel Gov Hickel failed to get Thomas J Orner of 2741 approval of the Senate Interior j Warm Springs Road Hunting vehicle Committee at a special meeting don project engineer at Owens Saturday Sen Henry M Corning Fiberglas plant is in Jackson DWash the chaircritical candition today at MflM man called the committee into burgh Mercy Hospital an unusual Inauguration Day Orner underwent a fivehour session at am EST loj operation at the Steel City hosj vote on the governor pital on Saturday evening for steel rod suffered a depressed skull fracture with brain da mage He remains in critical condition at Conemaugh Valley a arm Hospital Johnstown He has not I regained consciousness during this oneweek stay in the hospi tals intensive care unit j Members of the family visited corner ofme hospital yesterday and re Continued On Page Ten t a Senate sources were certain an aneurism in the lower right JTh rf Bd insurance to tirvi ilrJ t ji hie Hickei would receive of abdomen on Saturday morning and later Continued On Page fen committee approval and even Conlinued On Page Ten Cutback Is Successful BAN ME THUOT Vietnam f The United Slates today announced success in a pro gram to cut down the number of American military advisers to South Vietnamese Armyjlne final nours II cover his loss Assistant Fire i i i I UU v UI 1110 iu jo j ii v Orner became ill at his homejchjcf George B Wilson Jr aided at the scene by directing the work of the fire fighters Agiiew Calm Impatient To Get Started On Job WASHINGTON Tryou Is For Mystery Will Begin Tonight Director Howard Crouch has set the first tryout for HCTs psychological murder mystery Gently Does It for 8 oclock this evening at the William Smith School in Huntingdon The HCT director will he casting six roles for the mid March mystery two men one units Military officials announced i inauguration as Vice President iSpiro T Agnew was the ca im t n nnrl i cnniehtr the man he accused campaign of being the cutback in advisers is being impatient to gel started and soft on lhe extended to a second South determined to be somethingjCapitol to take the oath of office Vietnamese division jmore than fifth wheel in thejnn a bible borrowed from his The number of advisers to the government j daughter Agnew his gray hair freshly i Celebrities ranging from Chief 11000man 22nd South Vietna while er route o work at the OwensCorning Fiberglas plant al Huntingdon King 31 suffered a possible fracture of the right ankle in the mishap The injured man was on the Fiberglas property reporting for work when he fell on an icy spot and was injured mese infantry division was cut from 169 lo 67 in November to 11 tr IJ il I J I1IJ1UV GlillJtl 1J till UUgll J Y J IU 1I1U Ul 1JI C I J IflU V iTld I U1 shortly before 7 oclock today jtcsl the reduction In a first inaugural parties and receptions showed up at official reporl on the tesl Col Frederick Tibbels III of Steam boat Springs Colo the 22nds senior adviser told United Press International the unit suffered no loss in fighting ability All three regiments of that division maintained a high level Continued On Page Five cut and slicked back rushed Justice Earl Warren to former through a whirlwind of prejfirst lady Mamie Eisenhower a special Sunday complaining he wisi reception for the vice president caught up in a mass minuiia ofjelect at tho Smilhsonian Institu lions sleek new Museum of Bui he and his family seemed lo enjoy Ihemselves and until Presidentelect Richard M Nixi on arrived in late afternoon they were the center of inaugural attention Today Agnew was to ride History and Technology Standingin front of the tattered remains of the original The Star Spangled Banner Agnew said he and Nixon were celebrating not a political middleaged women and two elderly women Scripts will be available for Conlinued On Page Ten INSIDE THE NEWS 6 Almanac Ann Landers 3 Classified Ads 13 Comics 11 Crossword Puzzle 13 Columnists 6 Editorials 6 Slock Market Obituaries Society And Club News Sports Through These Doors Continued On Page Ten Trooper Talk 2 2 8 4 3 T
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