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   Daily News (Newspaper) - January 30, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                CLASSIFIED ADS DIAL MISS CLASSIFIED 6434O40 or 5424641 THE DAILY NEWS VOL 47 TEE COPT HUNTINGDON AND MOUNT UNION PA THURSDAY JANUARY 30 1969 T Phone 6434040 NO 311 Lodge Calls Mutual Troop Fullback First Peace Step he second tn peace onesided Speaks At 2nd Session In Paris PARIS tUPO US chief negoiipior Henry Cabot Lodge today call ed for a mm us with draws 01 North Yteinai mee and American trooi from South Viet Unir as a Iiit step to rri peace Lodge speakiru s sejstoit of Vie talks reiecied he view o history and unsiix ported pu forward bv he Xorth Vietnamese and Vie Cons aeesations a Saur day opening so5ion We csit review endlessly nej even of ne pas and why they occurred and we would probably be as ifir spa at ne end as s the beginning he said Le us instead turn oar attention to the future whs must be done to bring an end to the fighting snri to bring peace to the people of Vietnam Prior o enenng the Hotel Majestic now the French Foreign Ministrys Iriernstionai Conference Center and the site of he peace talks Lodge told main point They were rne bufier Dcimhiniera Zone PMZi be North and South Viet nam WHS Lodges ooening a last Saturday first session but the Nonh Virina of both Amerii ICopiisjed On Page Twelve i Trials Continue Israel Takes US Advice Israel today accepted Amen 219 VC Sampans Lost In Attacks On Supply Bases SAIGON UPH American Air Force jets can advice against striking backjand Navy patrol boals doslrovpd or rUimnced at VM Cong in raid cm Com Coroner Inquest In Fatal Crash Takes A itch Pout Probation Director signs Acting director r Ham Long reigned lhiSvorsen the Middle Easl crLsis A UnmiiiRdoi Co n n I v core morning to accept the posi ofjbclwren Arabs anci Jpws clurinethe week oiidii nprs lw of Counselor U al Youth Forestry lead 0 a powerian I The Inssis pushed f ll lisi eve camp o at Aitch a civil Also in Washingtonu S riMiHliiis to il 1S1 mi illc lliir lf vice position IJP su1te Department said and IHfiiiiii wounded J Bland Parks 21 MitjiUMon De Long submitted his resignsWednesday that two Americans Eidit 50 foot lone Navv10l fnver involved in a tioo at oclock to the Htmtoil engineer Paul T Bail and Swift boats travelled more fraffil fatality at Three Springs ingdon County Commissionershis wife Elizabeth both 45than W miles crisscrossine MX President Judge R Merle formerly of Houston have been Ca Man Peninsula along Viver lle inrlllpslen Heffner arrested without being told t he channels and battering It is with sitKere reurel that in Baghdad Cong positions on the shores I submit niy resignation fmniL1 Eban andwith mortar rocket grenade In Jerusalem Foreign Minis munisl suPpy bases at the southern tip of South ier Abba Eban said Wednesday Vietnam military spokesmen said todav night the farcical trials go on1 Four US Navy men despite worldwide protests wounded in the strikes Tuesday Rut this country must do and Wednesday that Hrew heavy nothing to provide Iraqi rulers Communist fire the spokesmen i with excuses to injure themsnid Jews in Defense In Saigon Uie US Command Minister Moshp Dayau said American battlefield1 The Nixon administration deaths in the Vietnam War had earlier advised Israel against passed the mark Spokes vengeance blows which mightmen said liW Americans were1 worsen the Middle East crisis killed and 1277 wounded in wee pus to uisi sald llse Renew Membership In HB 1 John A Kuiu left chairman of the fi nance and insurance segment o the mem bership drive of Huntingdon Business and Industry memberships in HB from the presidents of two banks In the center is Marshall president of Ihe FirstGrange National Bank and at the right is Mauriw Lansberry president of the Union National Bank and Trust Company kcep amwd g To Go Abroad Rogers Will Be Nixons Adviser Report Optimistic my resignation from the position of acting director probaiion services Long stated My association with thej Huntingdon County Probation i Department totaling three Colltlmied Three years has been a pleasurable and satisfying experience My resignation will become effective on February 15 Long has servedas acting head of probation services inj the county since November 27 i J1968 the day John Dougherfvj resigned to become chief pro bation officer jf Berks Cotmtv1 at Reading for unwind fn caliber machine gun persuasionfjre Ihe spokesmen said Membership Drive Gains Impetus Sirlian Grand Jury Under Fire AJNGELES led by Dr H Negley lr county was held in ihp grand y room al he couriliouse he sixman panel deliberated li minutes before returning its verdict Cloyd Culshnll 58 a well known Sallillo resident died as and3 result of Ihe twocar accident Hiree Of which occurred on Route 829 hit wLthwilhinllie Three Springs Bor Communist automatic weapons m or rocket grenade fire but a HirblwnWalker one was seriously damaged iRefiaciones Company employe The spokesmen said Air lassed avvaV at 5 Sunday Three Boals Hit The aluminumhulled boats destroyed or damaced sampans and ISP hunkers fortifications At least the US boats were Force FlOO Supcrsabre strikes killed ai least 12 Viet Cong and destroyed or damaged 31 Continued On Page Throe sampans and 31 bunkers on lie After 8 Days laborious effort by Uie Bombs triggered a to prove the Los Aneeles Counlyileast ihree secondary explosions inoreiancf County was originali Grand Jury is sent flames shooting 200 iv named to Uie probation staff five of Uiepeople today slowed1 feet into Ihe air and smoke 051 llary 15 tesmHhe process of Lrjing Suhan Bitrailing 1000 feet higher that service on FebruarySirhan for Uie murder of Senj Mai Richard A Mayfield 3S 01 accepting F Kennedy Alamogordo one of the Ihe Pemsylvania Bokrd of Cliief defense counsel Gailtpilols said the attacking planes vrfjwt Pnin tn mil ct rnjLQ i Fi ra sent subpoenas to Icy Road Blamed In 2 Accidents WASHINGTON UPI President Nixon jconiinmns to concentrate on U S foreign policv memoersmp campaign will go abroad soon probably to confer S 5 assigned to Clearfield and had New emphasis was placed onEbenstxire NATO countries He also lias made it Continued On Page Two report it clearsession held at noon at the Hoff With ihat Secreiarv of State William P Rogers Penn j be his chief foreign affairs adviser i N i x o n communications director Herbert G Klein undj s group of newsmen The icv njEhwsv ws biamed ds for w0 traffic awidents at he ton lils hei fanif on Route Nwjk 50rcaQ in the next Iew about 1 6 milfj nonh of Mil monm5 Creek No person WHS bun in Klein ad he hough Nixon the but damage to the Quid want to meet with head two car smouniea o of countries involved in the The first crsi s nwn inNorth Atlantic Treaty Orsaniza Funds For 5 Districts Are Stopped All division chairmen present ed progress reports durng tiie work session and the results a 100 per cent increase from the r e p o r f meeting last week General chairman Jajnes L j Thompson presided at the meet ling and urged Uie division leadj Dirl Urges Vote On Treaty Court grand by lot Communist rocket fire of the aircraft was hit None The US Mission In Saigon Jury Is Nearly Completed ORLEANS jury that will try lay L Shaw to F WASHINGTON i UPI The volved Pontisc OPiion NATO before administration has cut off eratrd bywiiiiatn Ncho37 of any irip to Russia scnool am money to fi 457 NvmLi Avenye Siatr Coi Several weeks before his legt inauguration Nixon told news Nichol was northbound and men at nis transition headquar faiieci to negotiate a left curve iers in New York that vou can u on charges of conspiriixg IS Continued OnPage Five murder President John s Kejinedy neaixxJ Tne judges were given the today after an eightday parade aJfernatives of filling out a 13 MpTIlllO i 111 of Mi prospective jurors page questionnaire or testifying Elsvsn of Ihe 12 jurors had in person Trial Judge Herbert 1 1 T been sworn and the preeeuUon V Walker ras served in his jf lieDlO IS and defense each had only one cnambers Wednesday challenge left of tlie 12 they are TVTO chose to testify in A rt Slanted to dismiss a prospect person They were Arthur A 23111 peremptorily Alarcon and Edward Brand and Mowevei lwo allernafe jurors were at the lop of todays list of COKONADO Calif UPDmust be picked after rhe box is witnesses designed to bolslerjThe skipper of the USS Pueblosfilled with 12 and each side has Ue defense motion to quash the sister intelligence ship the i two challenges for thai chore In amurder indictment against the Banner was testifying andj The seventh of eight uranedi Cri heir Continued On Paae Tluee benate Democrats are He notea mat a strong memPermitting President Nixon to Qistncts them on thev des in the a five school 5hlP was in order lae nis lime on the pending h tellins for H io continue iisWlear nonproiiferation Ireatvl n they could have the funds development and to GOP Leader Everett M s retroactive basis only if pand its program into new arf is calling for inunediate regate M davs 6f i cJ Q ratification Dirksenhimself said he did know whether possible Feu i tan ticks Performed In Dedicalioji With the death of Mrs Cmdr Lloyd M civilian attorney asked him available panels in filial District Court was After what has happened doexhausted of jury prospects at you sometimes feel that end of Wednesdays session bin for Ihe grace of God go I Th a when 1 see Pete Bucher SuXa Li Cmdr Charles Clark wnojcxpecled he w men d took the Banner siICceSsMyonjswn hy the end of Eve many missions off the Chinese jlKige Communist North Korean before and jr Thompson pointed cncouis P i i vu 111111 M i progress that had been et 3gainst Huntingdon OunmuniRussian coasts MWre tne H h pan s caplnred would Edward hold a H agger ty treatv highway Statspolir a Huniingdon es tinisted the anise the iron of iha vehicle at Barry Makom Enrland 19 WslUamibarH RDI was ranh biurid a m driviri a IM Old coups He was travel Jin a rate of speed but ririOiating the left turn car werst into skid on he cy Ens have been exnausted to cam1 lo rcnov me compliance with the 1964 Civil House Pres Secretaiy Rights Act j Ronald Ziegler said no travel The five districts are the lContinued On Paze Two Martin County Board of Educa tion Wiliiamston NC School1 District No 60 Abbeville SC District No 43 Barnwellj ISC Consolidated School Disi jtrict Water Valley Miss and the South Panoia iSchoo District Batesville Miss j Continued On Page Twelve Continued timistic that the IAOn lirgM dela in inued On and supporters Always j answer tne que3iion of Defiance Man Placed Ou Prohatiou PITTSBURGH iUPl land the brakes and fred McKnight 52 Defiance locked roar wheels but Bedford County was placed on Olds skicdsd the bsrm and two years orobaiion werT over a lOico bank jrto a and ordered to pay court dich after being of misus Ixon State Police estimated the postal funds damsie to the car at about S20 Smoky Greeling WASHINGTON was about to greet the National Homemaker of thej in the Green Room of thei Backs Merit Selection f Of Jurists PITTSSURGH iUPI An drew Kojrisan Jr Wilkes wjtgoing president ol the Pennsylvania Bar Associa uon today caSie3 on his oriarr izanon to support the merit se iection of appellate judges in the state McKnigh former postmaster House Wednesday when at Denance toldFederal Judge cmoke billowing from a fire Rabe F Marsh he made restiplace forced the ceremony into room A spokesman blamed damp logs tution of used last October was Driving Conditions In District Are Still Bad for Robber Given 2 To 20 Years Behind Bars the new state Cbnsihution calls local freezing rain and freezingwitii shower for lonight L Gordon Fairmont Traveler warnings were stillmorning n effect in the north central Western portions looked Speaking a the associations sown central and northeast porcloudy weather with occasional j annual meeting Hounsan lions of Pennsylvania during theirain drizzle and dense fog into ed the judiciary article of morning hours today because of i tonighl and cloudy weather Visitation Restrictions Are Lifted Visitation restrictions im posed by JC Blair Memor ial Hospital officials during the Hong Kong flu epidemic were lifted today Administrator Richard E Ctiinmiiies loday expressed appreciation to the public for cooperation during the ban on hospital visits Cummings urged persons with respiratory infections in refrain from visiting hos pital patients even though the restrictions have been lifted He also urged persons visiting patients to obey be standard rules only two visitors per patient at a lime and limit time of visits to a minimum for referendum on this quesdrizzle condilions U Ti iforecast was for a turning coldjWVa received a two to 20 Franklin proess in UM revealed It does produce belter judges who ze by noon plain rain and driz inmales Tne eastern half of the state who fled the West Virginia Slate Penitentiary at Moundsville last tae0 of treasons for lowiy c said iis the merit most Vi we he which judicial out potential isalong the Mississippi Valley will move through Pennsvlvania f i f j JJVJ Continued On Page Three Thursday night and Fridayland turning colder and wounding two men in St day morning Highs today werejThomas last Nov 4 expected to run from Ihe midj He was recaptured without 30s to mid 40s and lows to resistance here and two other night from the low 30s to near escapees were picked up when 40 Fridays outlook was mostly they invaded the rural home of cloudy with occasional showers a Franklin County farmer look ling for money J start of testimony He is holding land esteem to me worn me tnevjn whjch fhe cnmmander uirxsen lold newsmen was doing in this area andnava nrcps operating rom nesday tne Senate should set its value high in theJa n admitted there were promptly to ratify the treatyjeyes of many for this is ships or planes or aimed at stopping the spread of j she saw it Ail Force cVaft in a position to nuclear weapons without waitj This evening IThe 0 he aid of the Pueblo in mg lor the Presidents okay jticks will open al the when it was attacked off U you ask me I would getdon Area High vSchool auditoriiche coast of North Korea Jfali on lhe floor at for a threeday runj The hearing today goes into period he said Lets get athe second show of HCTsiclosed session with Lt Stephen 5 QUOrUm in ann nfiinar General To Lecture quorum in and have some action Dirksens third complete season All performances of this pro Harris an intelligence ofiicer1 aboard the Pueblo who had a1 rmnn campaign has Continued On Page Twelve jduction are reverently and reivirtually autonomous command since his j spec tfuih dedicated to Evejas one of the scheduled suggested theiGarreUes mem0ry Continued On Page Five was was Stages Bank Holdup To Pay His Attorney MEDIA Pa UPI Bruce Hedge 27 a meat cutter ex plained to a justice of the peace Wednesday that he staged a bank holdup lo pay SI200 attorney fees to law yers who represented him in a previous arson case The armed bank robbery was Tuesday afternoon Hedge arrested that night He turned over to federal authori ties who held him in bail Tne two attorneys involved in Uie arson case returned the fee money to authorities Only Sll of the bank loot is missing INSIDE THE NEWS Ann Landers K Classified Ads 13 Comicsn Crossword Puzzle 13 Columnists B Editorials R Slock Market 2 Obituaries 2 Sociely And Club News 8 SporU 4 Sunday School Lesson 9 Action To Close Loopholes Big Tax Reform Program Looms WASHINGTON UPI Congressional tax writers laid groundwork today for what could be he first major overhaul of income tax laws in Brig Gen Samuel B US Marine Corps retired present a free public lee s Place in the Monday February 2l in Alumni Hall Juniata Col lege at pm G en Griffith nationally known as an interested and in formed observer of Chinese af fairs conies to Huntingdon un der the sponsorship of Uie League of Women Voters Edu cation Fund Revealing insight into Chinese policy was gained by Gen Griffith in diplomatic military and scholarly contacts during his career He was attached lo the Amer ican Embassy in China through the I93fls and then was com Ways and Means Committee asked President Lyndon B Johnson lo submit lax reform proposals by Dec 31 1968 Johnson did not submit legisla tion but turned over Treasury Department suggestions toNix on 15 years The results might close loopholes for millionaires lighten the tax load for average perhaps head off extension of the 10 per cent surcharge Chairman Wilbur D Mills D Ark said Ihe House Ways and Means Committee will launch lax reform hearings Feb 18 by investigating possible abuses in Ihe 30262 taxfree foundations President Nixon has nol yel submitted a lax reform pack age In the last Congress the Mills said he did not expect allencompassing tax reform until possibly 1970 Numerous congressmen said closing lax loopholes could bring enough revenue lo prevent an extension of Ihe surtax when lhat measure expires June 30 The surtax is designed lo bring into fhe Treasury billion in its first year Rep John WByrnes Wis senior Republican on the lax writing committee in a speech prepared for the New York Continued On Page Three rine regiments in the Pacific theatre during World War n Gen Griffith returned lo China to take command of Ihe Marines at Tsingfao until Ihe fall of Chiang Kaishek in 1949 Conlinuerl On Page Three THE WEATHER Cloudy and warmer foday with rain Highs in 40s to near 50 Windy with showers tonight Turning colder hy early morning Lows in up per 30s to near 46 Friday variable cloudiness and colder with a few snow flurries in northern zone Highs mid 30s lo low 40s Partly clnudy and a little colder Saturday   

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