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   Daily News (Newspaper) - January 24, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                CLASSIFIED ADS DIAL MISS CLASSIFIED 6434040 or 5424641 THE DAILY Library tion 17126 VOL 47 MM CEKTI COPT HUNTINGDON AND MOUJVT UNION PA FRIDAY JANUARY 24 1969 6434040 NO 306 Ky Says South Viet Wont Tolerate Reds Domination Just Lasting Peace Is Still Aim PARIS UPI Vice President Nguyen Can Ky of South Vietnam arrived today for the Paris talks on Vietnam warning his countixi wanted peace but roi at the price of Ccmuntiiisi domination j Stepping of a jetliner at Orlyl airfield on the eve of fullscale bargaining on his countrys future Ky served notice his countrymen will not let them selves be by force I wish to affirm rhst the Republic of Vietnam is sincere and ready in the hope to achieve a just and lasting peace and to end a which has inflicted sufferings and losses on the people of Vietnam forj over a decade Ky said i He ssid I hope that the people on the other side will show similar goodwill Candidate Soviets Mum On Gunmans Attack MOSCOW The Soviets today lowerj jeci a curtain of secrecy around a gunmans atj i lack on a Kremlin motorcade leaving unrlearj jwhether the target was the nations space hei I roes or its political leaders Of Confession Bucher Describes Torture COROVADO Calif At Penn Central FRANK M DAVIS Da vis Will Seek JP Nomination Show alter Re Elected Bank Head A brief official announcementiPmdr MBllcher did not I said only that several shots i WI f P151 h neao iwere fired Wednesdav at a lNorth Koreans closed automobile carrvins lhey were about viei cosmonauts in a triumphali SHM hls men one bv orle motorcade honoring the four fl Uiat Soyuz spacemen who led the lo fspyP limousine Hls breaking his body trembling the Pueblo skioper sam a blast t0id a hushed court of inquiry Thursday that he could not take mental torture even one s capture to sav thai For Oiilslanding Service Huntingdon Legion Commander Charles H Lamilz presents a Certificate of Commen dation to State Trooper Howard R Parlelt He was one of three policemen honored last he Jkvening for outstanding service to their pro fession The other awardees are shown left to right Patrolman Prank Brulin of the Huntingdon Police Department and Stale Police Lt William E Kimmel nf Hunting don officer in charge of the Rockview PSP headquarters Copter Ambulance ogorny were said Other executive officers rebeen riding in closed named yesterday are the cosmonauts Frank M Davis of 1104 MtW Shilling vice president J Some sources however said Vemon Avenue Huntingdon u 0 Cunningham vice president the two leaders had left the1 Peace can te restored as day announced his candidacyand cashier Thomas L Jamesmotorcade shortly before the s5 abanfor the Democratic Party nomivice president and manager ofsnooirig in order to take ar oon tner scneme oi expansion nation for Justice of the Peace the Mount Union office E i faster route to the Kremlin fori Vt0rce Ky said District H the Huntingdon Kys statement bore out Area diplomatic reports that South He is the first counsi Vietnam at Saturday opening mallv announce a session or the historic confer der th ence wiii demand that Communist stop the subvert war against Saigon as a preV At the present lime Davis is roller George B vladimir Shatalov Boris Volyn tConiinued On Pazs Twev serves a JP in Smithfield Jrassistant cashier and manov Yevgeny Khrimov and iager of Fourteenth Street vehsyev who iast weekj Dean M Lesnett Sr assistant performed historys first multii Vjhe was paid by the Ce to Intelligence Agency and cars the United States was imperialist itral SAIGON thatishoi down a clearly marked helicopter ambulance car na Irving soldiers wounded in Jndpe Talks At Annual Dinner The lean in the Vietnam war three men wounded Legion Honors 3 Police Officers Three otficers Lt William E Kimmel and Trooper Howard R Parlett of the State Police 13ncl Patrolman Frank Brtilia of the Himlinption tl1e UH1 helicopierJBorough Police Department were honorecUast ion to hea top evening outstanding service to Injured Continued On Page Five By Commissioners Insurance On Bridges Is Increased District II is made up of the townships of Henderson Hopej well Jackson Juniata Lincoln MiTier Oneida Penn Smithfieldj i and Walker and the boroughs of Huntingdon and Markjesburg A native of Huntingdon Coun ty he was bom in Henderson Township Davis is an 18yearj veteran at the OwensCorning jFiberglas Corporation plant in I Huntingdon Comity CommisHuntingdon serene ss a service sioners voted yesterday to maincrewman in the twist and ply tain an iiicressed insurance department coverage insdon County Tne span found to be below state standards foli Continued On Page Three lowing a recent inspection are the Nerfs Mills bridge the Porua bridge the Shade Gap Narrows bridge the Xew Ford ing bridge the Hall bridge and the Snake Hill bridge A letter read today the reruiar Continued On Page Five Enterin man walk in space phis the I docking of two orbiting ships Informed sources said the shooting took place abouta half combat plus four crewmen Observers said it was Ihe first i such incident since the Unitedj States halted the bombinq ofi North Vietnam Nov On Oct 2 gnerriilas shot down two redj Date For Policemens Ball Scheduled Chief of Police Berlin B clossed helicopters but tsel announced today reported killed April 26 has been esi Tornado Kills 29 In Mississippi And Burns to heir profes sion Certificates of Commendation and Award of Merit medals presented to lie honored t policemen at the third annual Law and Order Banquet held by Frank P Hommon Post Ao 24 American Legion Huntingdon The Hon R Merle Heffner president judge of Huntingdon County was the main speaker T nrpil the rdinnQr hcld at the post Some 30 persons attend southern River the motorcade approached aj notex he onage leading to me Kremlins other details to dance will announced at NEW ORLEAiVS Borovitsky Gate Coniinued On Page Five later date Hblocked roads northwest of aftermattl of a of thei persons and 3 crewmen wcremedics who alsoillundreds of ohers the jiry box half filled todav File Past Casket Of Palach in hS Tne foumT movement in the county Clay L Shaw was lncSDan tne picture of suavity and the coolest man courtroom in s own HB Drive Gets Off To Slow Start The first report meeting for Shaw 55 a retired busines jrnsn and former playwright whose architectural interests j ifed him io restore several buildings in the historic Orleans French Quarter is1 accused of conspiring here Weeping Czechs Honor Student corroni co the mj rate hike in insurance covering the structures Approval 10 Hunt Jsmes chairman ThomDSon drive court bent awi It is esiimatw ihat the n will amount to rough v probabe seemed tesimonv middle SSMperyesr division crairmen present mat week n AdQiuonal insurs nee was siso rre response to tne Appeal was Garrisons lonadeiayed approved covering bodily imun1 than expeciea of the Century reported a total of were sworn roillt JTflfl r nn P3PP or rnc nroroHirirr f By Bedford Co Jurist PRAGUE UPI Thousands of weeping zechosiovaks filed past the silverencrusted of Jan Palach today leaving hundreds piled in tribute to his selfsacrifice for political reforms urged his and to take a firm stand be iniurprrlinrf law enforcement or bear blame fnr the Icssness Society and rr i V rt IIU Hit were trained to fire the Twisters slammed acrossjjnaj are always at war helicopters twin 30 machine gunsbut under orders not to first fired upon caliber The chopper bore red crosses three counties at dawn IhursJ the inuisispeaker said There is no place day catching many of the j tng tnr fva residents in bed Some kened to horror Betty Gilmore IS for the public must take our stand on lone side or the other felt her Emphasizing the crisis in over tne mpign concern was oicea oy division crairmen present mat It thst Home ioaen re urged Judge Richard C Snyder 1 Bedford Countv pr McDamel Is Elected Potentate Roy K McDaniel of Altoona balance Then she was thrown j fn the ground and looked up to see her fourroom frame house floating downhillsweeping her brothers and sisters as it went Jt came to rest in a mil pondj Another tornado struck later Thursday near Dover Tenn along the Kentucky border injuring one person and destroy Continued On Page Five Rockhill Fire Damages Doyle Home Orblsonia Rockhill firemen several evening fought what was termed a nasty little blaze at the home of Wendell Doyle in John Bell Williams ofRockhill Furnace The alarm four houses and Disaster Area at the temples annual i meeting Thursday night in the on Marcho afternoon bearing the 21yearold student of Palach set himself on firejmosquiT Robert a Jan 16 on Wenceslas Square of resistance to the to Russian invaders in a protest number of miscellanei against Russian domination p vjuo 11 ja mi 3 i An vifitv of possible Qisonoor fl00lWU mingling unrecognized wiih the The visiting judge was specialduring the funeral ceremony boat mjur coverage to tne Tne memoersmp drive protourists who flock here jy assigned by the PennsvHan increased todav The Prague tmM occur necessarjoperating funds Two jurors were picked I ia Supreme Cburt co act in proStudent Action Committee api v where to mourners not to allow Bank Other elective divan officers Mississippi asked President Continued On Page Five was sounded about p m yesterday Started either by bad wiring c or an overheated furnace the Flu Epidemic Shovnngjnames were confined entirely to Signs Of Declining ATLANTA lhe basement of Doyles one and a half story asbestosshingled 1 frame home When the volunteer e aadkionsl coverage for the organization and runeThursday afternoon Juror No 5 n recommended of Huntingdon Herbert J Kenison ence The additions had bee ously by county solicitor tty t mckisiry Inc microfilm finisher and high Merle A Lynn Corcehus wno was ak The ncDn meeting was held at school graduate who said so present for the session the Penn Hunt with all divisionshad read no magazine pieces Countys new judge the Rj Continued On Page Twelve i Continued On Paae Three arKi reporting Economist Gets Top White House Job Nixon Turns To Moulding His Domestic Programs WASHINGTON CUPI President Nixon dug into lhe complex job of molding his domes tic programs today with help from his new top sxpert conservative economist from riie Eisenhower administration There were indications that Nixon his desk already piled01nus Wmle staif He a support orders made Continued On Page Twelve uip the bulk of the work of the session Kenneth Morningstar 21 Al exandria was ordered in a do mestic relations case to pay the costs and at the rate of S50 per month for the support of two mi nor children 2 and 4 years of age The funds are to be paid to the domestic relatioas officer and they are for the use of Hel en L Morningstar 23 Alexand ria the prosecuirix The support order is effective immedr lo review in is Confirmed Congress as Lnodine his a means of smali grouP lesisiative pack 36 domestic will coordin programs and I guide them through the Nixon took another toward fonnmg cadre of to planners Thursday when he Eisenhower is currently a appointed Dr Arthur F Burns professor at Columbia Universi as the highest ranking member j Continued On Page Three THE WEATHER Cloudy and mild with dense fog and drizzle this morning Occasional lighl rain and showers develop ing this afternoon with chance of a thundershower The high in the Ws Windy and turning colder Friday night with rain changing to snow flumes low in the 2fts Mostly cloudy and coider with snow flurries on Saturday The high near M The out look for Sunday mostly cloudy and much colder vuc nnrPr5tional Communicable Diseasefiremen arrived on the scene advanced in he vereCenler said May the had spread under lhe en acnancect in the election were Kmg fu epidemic in Uniledjtire first floor and into the par States showed signs of declining jtitions Damages were set at last week S3000 Total deaths reported from Fire Chief Richard Ashman pneumonia and influenza werejheaded a platoon of 12 men who Chief rabban Robert H Nelson assistant rabban Jr of tawuey and high priest and pro phet S Blair Sponeybarger Jr of Altoona William H Burch field and James 0 Munn both of Altoona were reelected treasurer and re corder respectively Potentate McDaniel veteran employe of the Peoples Natural WASHINGTON UPDAl Gas Co and presently assigned last Waller J Hickel has been Continued On Page Five confirmed as interior and secretary of conservationists brasted today about the educa Heads Jaffa lion they had given him and gains they had gotten for their cause Despite their failure to block the appointment of the Alaska to increase the amount Judge Snyder advised Morningstar to led by Sen William Proxmire DWis said they had gained appointment of Russell better paying job so that ine appomimmi raisseii av contribute more for theJTTam president of the Cotiser Foundation and get a he may contribute more for the support of his offspring foundation and an menfs are to be made twice conservationist for month 2 position in the James Nfax B r i n d 1 e 20 Aitch was directed to pay the costs and S23 per week for the support of his wife Shirley Ma rie Brindle 18 Mapleton Depot and one 21montholri child The order became effective yester day and payments are to be made every two weeks per time to the domestic relations Continued On Page Five Department of Interior concessions from Hickel during several days of commit lee hearings awareness on Hickels part thai Congress will be watching his appointments for high department posts and his actions particularly toward the oil industry Continued On Page Five ROY K McDANIEL 1436 last week the center said This is the first week to show a decrease in total pneumonia influenza deaths since excess pneumoniainfluen za mortality began seven weeks ago it said in its weekly report fought the flames using Scott air packs to enter the smoke filled cellar and locate the source of the fire The fire was hard to get at because of the heavy smoke and many cellar obstructions Continued On Page Twelve 4 Freight Cars Loaded With Munitions Wreck HARRISBURG Pa UPI shells and white phos Army ordnance experts ginger phorous open spil ly picked through the wreckageling the lethal contents of a Reading Railroad freight A railroad spokesman said train today removing four car loads of highly explosive muni tions which were en route for shipment overseas All others not involved in the ticklish job were kept a half mile from the wreck Fourteen cars of a 102car freight derailed Thursday nighf at Grantham 10 miles south of here forcing evacuation of some homes and students of Messiah College from their quarters at a trailer camp Four cars carrying class A 81 milli the Army after surveying the extent of the wreckage estimat ed it would take three days or more to clear the tracks The twisted car and torn up track extended nearly a quarter of a mile The derailment knocked down the railroads sig nal and telephone lines and mowed down a number of ever green trees lining the Messiah College campus Water wasshut off to Grant ham for several hours when it was discovered the wreck Continued On Page Five   

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