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   Daily News (Newspaper) - January 23, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                TVT Of Skip New Cosmonauts Are Targets For Crazed Gunman Facing i Charges MOSCOW UPn A young man fired five bulles from two pisiois a Russias new am herpes ai a Kremlin sate Wednesday missjtialed for Calif UPD 300 Expected For Ceremonies Raystown Era Is Dawning A dramatic new era opens officially inpresident of the Huntingdon Min Huntingdon Countv tomorrow with more than Slerwm SCOarea residents guests and officials attending formal groundbreaking ceremonies for the Brown Is MC Equipment is do5e aie in Ao Tardiness i 11 the US coun marRay si own Dam and Reservoir thel The Diwaram opens at the ins the spacemen and neBroy Soviet leaders ship LSS Pueblo in Huntingdon at wounding a chauffeur and a security guard Sin a sodal ficia sources said today der of ship Bucher was i Tne official sources said the warned by jatucker was niemaHy deranged1 Wednesday was arrested pected of a violation of t Unofficial sources said a fifthJNaval Code in the manner in FliQas mark SThe Green firm has of cosmonaut suffered wounds which he conducted himself significant turning point m the jng fays to complete its portion given by ifrom limousine winnow ssss The counsel for a naval court to have he mum Of the work in Anderson will present John B Brown Huntingdon mortician and the president of HB i 1 who will serve as the master of ceremonies acquisition and finally for con1 miles above the confluence with struction Following the address by Con gressman Whalley the Rev Fr Francis Ackerson pastor of the Most Holy Trinity Catholic Church in Huntingdon will give New Judge To Operate days of TiT being delivered to the FollflwinR R afterP t a i Navv project is ani that he wa al sle w he aamj general contractor holds a conmakc shorl u Main address al Ihe Elks thedam I IT V number ot special cuesis wtl be j introduced and s e v e r a 1 the benediction Weather permit ling a motor then form al the Elks and will proceed to the site of the R Robert M Anderson chair the program will about five and onehall the Hon 1 Irving Whalley of Windber the U S Tight Court representative from lhe 12lh THE WEATHER the Juniata River There Col William J Love Baltimore Disirid Engineer of the U S Army Corpsof Engi neers will speak This will be followed by Uie aclual groundbreaking handled by ihe employes of the Green Construction Company The entire program will then conclude with the benediction by Lhe Rev Edward S Gobiedit president of I P Huntingdon County Minisierium The Rnystown Dam Commit tee of HB I under the chair manship of Anderson includes iW C McCseal John C Horn i broken in the shootins of inquiry which could reservoir developed i j The officials here confirmed mend p court martial trial Huntingdon County It will sigj Raystown Dam ComCongressional District only the fact of the shooting and informed ihe 41year old change from an uPsndjmittee of Huntingdon Business The congressman woi ithe srre All we cn say he need answer no more oown baiue to have me Rmj a ons timelstamly with leaders from Hunt that the shots were fired and questions about the capture of approved and tanned to tiie Of the structure willingdon and Mifflin Counties andj iths the nisei is s mentally the ship by North Korean iua construction pnase preside at the formal program I suite officials in gaining approvi Judge R Merle Heifner plans unstfible hey announced gunboats or what happened Ready to Start tomorrow jal for the Raystown project and i cloudy with rain showers and struction Company officers of o operate a tish schedule in However unofficial sources tiesubsequently rne Green Construction Com Activities will gel under way i in subsequent years helped liiile temperature chance ithe U S Army Corps of Engi scribed the incident Tells Full Siory pany of Des Moines Iowa islwith a salute to the flag pledgemake sure that money was in High mid 40s to mid 50s neers and local slate and feder According to the sources x Bucher replied that he wanted p0jjes j0 slsr full we workonof allegiance and Uie invocation Deluded in the federal budget for Cloudy and colder Saturday jal officials will be on hand for cheering the le jne story He was ie p r o j e c t just as soon asiby the Revi George F Holland study plan preparation landi with showers j the ceremonies Variable cloudiness and miid today anrl lonighi with occasional light rain by toI Richard C Coffman and Arthur night High loday 45 in the R Neary Officials Green Con in of the Humingdon County Conn view of great amount work jhai mut b dojie in months that lie ahead The new juris warned in s coun yeeroay sha iajxiice ss the and pvsecuuirs will ed Conn sessions will omptly a the defignsted cFpsfailiues desperi or American aircraft The jukes w ter i was nece one ess nejdsy when the prosecutor fail ec t inform District Attorney NewtonC Taylor that he the prosecutor1 was ill sad unable to be present for the ssri of the cse All othrr persons con netted with the proceeding were on ready tor the En of Judzf Keffner slsp announced thai 2 plan is being ponder ed whereby cases involving a parricular attorney will be scheduled together This wjl sitv ot the busv grabbed the expected to relate today what be z mentally unbahappened in Communist captivi lanced took his pisiois Soviet security men The Nav threw the bl back hustled the man sway io Bucher after the commander The sources said the bullets a lengthy of lack of froin his gisns strjck she opendestruction limousine carrying to a Kremlin38 pleas awards ceremony cosmonauts that never came and a Boris Volynov Yevgeny situation which hei nov and Vladimir Shatalov all thought could lead only to the air force colonels snd Alexci slaughter of his Somsn crew i i Bucher had testified thst vinually all the equipment on1 ithe ship was bashed in with1 axes and secret psocr burned or dumped overboard before he surrendered j I The orphan graduate of Boysi Town Neb conceded the Stales lost a ship without firing a snoi and mat re personslly THE DAILY NEWS VOLUME 46 HUNTINGDON AM MOUNT UNION PA THURSDAY JANUARY 231969 305 Conunued On Psse Five Mount AY7 I Work Lab Finds Prints On sister Urban Council In Sctsion Nixon Turns To Cities Problems Firemen Deliver Baby Cabinet Posts Filled e r counselors Tne Mount Union Ministeritim mes the Red Hen Restaurant on iuesdsy mornins wir the on WASHINGTON UPI President ho n president the Rev James Maiz with apparent the to Afesjlder wun his final s u the sroua concemin its helo in Paul o vaJsvUe in srainina of ifidividu plescea coun ttecnesas 5nd of these preD5re to increasing 01 inst ructions receive Koreans Cay o tn cnajtS o operatin Onpage Three Capi W i I n a m counsel tor the ccun told Continued On Page Five Jiiuiata Valley Loan Has Meet Attorney A Lynn o Huctintdon was pres iden o jyniata Loan Co Inc iss evening when the directors reorganized for the cew r Tnree other also were reciecteri F Glerji Westbrook plscen j The miniitenum decidea to jform s CoopErative Council S1tfpected i council consist of ine tor m the churches in She com irnunity and two representatives from each church Purpose of Ithis council is to pln for com ibined community services and to make arrangements for other religious observances Ministers of the Mount Union have been Fire Guts University Auditorium Stale PolicB have received favorable results from var ious articles taken to tfie crime examination in the investieaitoday summoned half of his Cabinet of the Waterstreet service white House for the first meeting of the Urbanr station robbery in which theAf sort of National Securit iaiiendsn mere was j Council for the cities Lab technicisns have found good latent fingerprints on the icash resister which was stolen during Tne holdup This was the first major break state troopers have ex perienced in their Hom probe I to the robbery While the finger print offer no immediate solu tion it is expected they help lead eventually to the ty party There some news in case announcement that there is the Lebanese Program C Prepared Reds Down 2 More US Warplaues SAN JOSE Calif and Mrs Aaron Smith of San Jose didnt quite make ii to the hospital Wednesday night But Ihey did make it io a fire station 1 Firemen were alarmed when Nixon Smith 31 almost kicked down to thelne station door seeking help Capt George Luccesji Polilicai sources Beinjt came to the rescue and iLebanon said todav Premier I delivered Mrs Smiths 6pound R hid K rent igirl in the front seat of j u Smith car Mrs Smith and her baby attaches to urban reported in good condition J presided at todays 10 am at Good Samaritan Hospital lession and all subsequeni ones Peace It a crLsi hjs naming four new cabinet will SVIGON warolanes in two more South e more toos fln I threedavs tnilitary spokesmen i In turning his attention to the cities Nixon completes during his first three full days in office initial surveys of rhe three he feels war in streeU on of the military spokesmen j Other members of the Urban ground prowling Affairs Council are Vice Pres s uncovered nineSlde Secretary Lodge Gives US Stand For Talks PARIS who came topower hi a crisis that followed an Israeli commando raid on the Beiint Airport that destrojed a major portion of Lebanons commercial air fleet named a fourman committee within his cabinet to prepare a govern ment policy statement The statement was expected to contain a fouripoint program to beef up Lebanons defenses USalong Us border with Israel S snd 10 the Rev Frank Wednesday by fire Crawford Februanil and 2 police said they suspected the Rev Rsymond Risaen arson Campus police said suspicion of arson mono no 10 the Rev J March 17 and 2 the Kane Ann and 14 over head with a steel rod during the Jan 12 holdup Foster has partially regained neo consciousness at the intensive Communist munitions andof Housing and Urban DevelopCommunists when the expandedintroduce military conscription ge vUnm rTMnnt RrvTnnai n 1 Vini n ani war falLC allCTtl 1 Tnnro oneof thement Romney Secretai Vietnam war lalks beginand align Lebanon more closely war at the r of Health Educslion and Saturday that the United Slates with the Arab bloc IWelfare Robert H Finch peace but not at any presidential palace sources in Secretary George P ShulUprice informed sources saidBeirut said Nassirn Majdalani arose witnesses reporieo seeing several per cere oy ne focx holder tneir loth annual ieeting neid che juniatj ley Loan ofnces W2 Eighth Hiiriinjcon S pm Trie ne and reorgsn the shsreholders running from the building LjLncrshordy before neeer HalJwas rreiier extensively damaged bv fire Tne program wa estabhshed Earlier during a oneday for the Wednesday evening comw2jOIJ Continued On Page Tnree j members unit of the Conemaugh said 1 Americans Continued On Page Nine i i occj cusi VTVVI xc J tu In Saigon military spokesmenTran Johntoday i Iti t U n cr VLOrO tllfcn killed by union teachers ot the Third World Liberation Front and the Biack iStudenis Union manned picket Crusade Plans Made Bv Society on Vietnam battlefields week It was the highest six weeks Tne South Vietnaj mese lost 292 dead for their highest figure in four Atty Gen Agriculture i tanr Clifford Hardin Six of Ihe 12 members of lhe the talks among the Cabinet sit on the council Thecombatants in the war secretary is aUnited States and South who resi The sources said this is m lim with instructions from President nesday planned to w i Nixon to his chief delegate delegate atresjgnalion ThiSt too The the was regime The spokesmen said the and In Cairo Egyptians crease in casualties Secretary Ronald Zieeler the Viet jwere Darned to expect no fighting to thwart a of xixons belief that Vice President Nguyen Caoiwitch in American policy of buildup nortn ot Saigon and rural problems left Saigon today for toward Isiael de Both pilots of the American overlapping ifor his duties as supervisor of spite the change of administra aircraft by ground Servino as yle South Vietnamese delegation in Washington The ij 3 i i warning came from political Continued On Page Nine i ns uie IUUHLU r PKeaTCCUtive secretarv is Dsniel Pat the talks rlTnl AT noted thst Vsiey Loart ssi evenins a the Geisinser opened branch office a 972 Medical Center Danville Pennsylvania Avenue Tyrone His condiJon oday is iCorninued On Pare Nine ss uns5iifscorv o quarterlv meeiine of the of striking leachers at San Jose n Mnntin3don about fc Joutnwesi 01 State Colieje Teachers on Monday Tne other an iced state carouses staved swav Ame1Con Cancer F4 Phantom was domed on page Three from their classrooms Society The meeting was held zi the Hen Restaurant at Mount J Union with President Clyde L presiding Robert Mills chairman of fee eer complaints against persons suspected of slsyins jtwo Black Panther party members in a shootout on the crusade committee reported UCLA campus One o two antf welcomed the Rev Edward Ibroihers who surrendered afterGobrecht chairmsn of die upi ibeing sought for had a bullet wound in shoulder police said The Fire Causes 850 Damage At VFW Fire caused an estimated S50 Moynihan a Democrat a prominent figure in he Kenne dy administration and former director of the Joint Center for Urban Studies at Cambridge Mass On Tuesday Nixon discussed Vietnam and other world Continued On Page Five Continued On Page Five 2 Grants Given JC Slate Traffic Deaths Soar Over 67 Total New Record HARRISBURG 145000 Pennsylvanians were un employed last month a new low for December The Slate Labor Industry Department Wed Penninesdav also announced that the B Page the comina crusade Plans are beinz Fire causea an eMimdtea wi VlSIi made for the April event with damage last evening at tne Vet John N me ea captains bein2 contactedierans of Foreign Wars Home on dent of Jllniata id manv of them aWnmed Street in Huntingdon nounced tja Juniata had been The enure Huntingdon Fire th recjpient of two grants Plans were mace tor a kickDeparimeni resp0nded to ihe from the E I du 20 pm general alarm porlt de Nemours and Company Fire Chief Robert Jessell set HARmSBURG UPD lowing a national trend sylvania traffic dearns last yeajjunmployment rate also dropped iose above the total for 1967 from 31 per cent of the total Tne state Bureau of Traffic civilian work force in Novem Safety Wednesday said prelimiber to 3 per cent in December iuary data indicates 2410 per sons Commonwealth with Ijisfall New Meter Heads Wish Councilman George Smith center looking on wo Huntingdon Borough employes install the new Golden Circle Validating Meier in downtown Huntingdon The meter will automatically issue a token which can be redeemed at par ticipating stores with a purchase A spokesman empha sized however that the units will not go into operation until all the new meters have been installed At the left is Cair Coffman while Newman Walker holds the old meter head lhat was removed Watchdog Is Killetl During Burglary One watchdog was death and another a shepherd w a s wounded and maimed during a burglary last inignt at Mummas Restaurant iin Dublin Township three miles south of Shade Gap along Route 1522 Tne burglary was discovered iat 8 am today when the own jer Mrs Dorothy Mumma op jened ihe establishment for the day Tne restaurant closed be jtween 8 and 9 pm yesterday After the election Burns was Cambria Counlv Coal the niehl lism on a DOP outside r B IS alread asked to take on enlarged ithe esiabliEhmem performingsome major task forresponsibility He accepted the Mine Strike Spreads jjob as a coordinator of the EBENSBURG Pa Tne former Eisenhower admij various task forces Nixon set up Corkers at Mine 77 of the him approach thejBethlehem Steel Corp joined a he would face against the company Wednesday Tht mine is locat ed at Mineral Point Cambria died on in 1963 compared 331 the year before The bureau offered these sla loianniJ aouvu iioin me cri uu P I w pm general alarm Pont NemourS and Companvdeaths 104 a new high mo Arrcnsemenu will be made un Fire chie RobertJessell set Dr stauffer said the fatalities 110 up two der tne airection 01 Artnur Rtne joss estimate and said received a grant of S500fl frm the previous year pedes and tne Rev fire was in the mens restror use by the Chemistry deaths dropped by 106 Rosenberger A speaker rromroom on the first floor of thejpartment and an additionalper cent n 448 the Pennsylvania Division He expressed the for the Colleges disj The bureau atlribuled the gen ierican Cancer Society will bethat a lighted cigarette use leral increase to more drivers shot to present i carelessly dropped into an op The monies received are parton the road more vehicles reg Germsn Tentative date for the kickjening in the wall Continued On Page Three j Continued On Page Nine Economist In Line For Job With Nixon Regime sities which are adjudged to Nixon with the advice andhave strong science programs of a 23 million dollar grant proistered and a greater number gram to 155 colleges and miles traveled sities in the du Pont Companys annual program of aid to edu cation The grant marks the 13lh time since 1953 that Juniala has been included in the pro gram The program annually helps those colleges and univer INSIDE THE NEWS Almanac 6 Ann Landers IL Classified Ads 15 Comics 13 Crossword Puzzle 15 Columnists 6 Editorials 6 Stock Market 2 Obituaries 2 Society And Club News 12 Sports 4 Sunday School Lesson 14 An undisclosed amount of money was taken from the juke box and ihe entire restau rant was rasacked State PoEOOn lice on the scene reported i Entrance was via a door WASHINGTON not back on a government i position papers economist Ari After the election Burns was F Burns is already asked to take on enlarged major task for rosrvinsinilitv HP srrf President Xixon sentence President Charles de Gaulle today shunted former Premier Georges Pompidou out of he headlines and into the political cartoons uii De Gaulle told his cabinet nistration official is slated loto help him approach t he JBethJehem Steel Corp Wednesday he had no intention fill an undisclosed pon iniproblems Washington president moment the Burns and his staff took De Gaulle Will Stay As President Of France PARIS In short the Ithe south side of the building old Burns is working with theilask force reports synthe iTne glass was broken and thenPresident and the heads ofisized the burglar reached through thedeparcments He was on handjthem them to the and presented presidentelect opening and unlatched the doorlfor Wednesdays first CabinetjBecause of these duties Burns from the interior meeting and was reportedly to was considered a must Investigation of the robbery ishave played a major role participant in the early days of continuing Therestaurant hadj During the campaign Burns the Nixon administration espe been burglarized on several prejheaded up a task force qficially in those areas of activity vious occasions economists who provided candil Cootinued OB Pace Nine County The strike began last Friday at Bethlehems No 33 mine near here in a dispute over the size of work crews Workers at Mine 32 in Revloc joined the walkout Monday A total of nearly 800 miners off the job of resigning as president before his term expires in 1972 1 have Uie duty and intention of fulfilling my mandate to its end De Gaulle told the cabinet The 78yearold president thus squashed a wave of speculation triggered by a statement made by Pompidou in Rome that he would run for president of Svhen there Is meaning when an De retired Pompidou re his ambilions later in France election Gaulle pealed Paris Many observers said Pompi dou made his statement in Rome with the prior knowledge and consent of De Gaulle Pompidou was De Gaulles premier until last Julys nation al elections At Uiat time De Gaulle said publicly that Pompidou was to be held in reserve for the nation until if confided him with a The term man date is generally used in French political vocubulary tn mean only the presidency   

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