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   Daily News (Newspaper) - January 31, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                CLASSIFIED ADS DIAL MISS CLASSIFIED or 5424641 ILY VOL 4S ctum COM HUNTINGDON AND MOUNT UNION PA FRIDAY JANUARY SI 1969 Phone 6434O4O Selected To Lead Unit In 1969 Officers of the Huntingdon County United Fund proudly display award presented lasf night at the annual meeting Left to right are Frank Davis reelected secretary E B Heine chairman of the 1968 appeal and the newly elected vicepresident and Luke Riley reelected president of the coun tvwide fund unit Search Cntinly Unit Holds Annual Meeting Girl 11 Feared ed Kidnap Riley Retained As UF President Luke C fiiiey of Mount Union was reelect NO 1 American Bombers Pound Cong In Mekong Area Meet Assessors To Be Named Town wide Effective with the upcoming term Huntingdon and Mount Union each will have only one assessor Under the present setup the two boroughs have an assessor elected in each ward three in MountUnion and five in Hunt ingdon Recent change in the slate election statiites mandated that each borough shall have only one assessor The Huntingdon County Com Rockhill No 9 Mine Buildings Burn Arson Possible In Fire Arson is suspected in a fire near Wood early today which caused damage estimated at more than chief of the Chairman Waseo Pawuk Robertsrfale Wood and Broad Top Fire Company said he has asked the state fire marshal to investigate the blaze which lev elled the blacksmith shop and he scaleshouse at the old Rock two To Outline State Case nrinvc umi TV ORLEANS UP wesl of Wood in Bcdford Assessors are paid 516 p ed president of trie United Fund of l Ally Jim Garrison will missioners decided yesterday atjone of his rare courtroom pawnl fire their weekly meeting that theappearances to present Jm Both struT Chan8e b atthe sVfe s opeiimS 5 between 400 and attempt to prove Clay L yards apart started to conspired to murder Presidentburn simultaneously and they were a mass of flames before The decision of Garrison tofiremen arrived on the scene outline the states case was Ttle buildings were the pro of the East Broad Top Railroad which is owned bv the time of the forthcoming elec tion Huntingdon and Mount Un ion voters will be nominating jonn p Kennedy assessors on a town wide basis rather than on a oneperward basis dav commissioners accepted todav coincident rJjlhe arrival in Washington of is by the thalof his assistants io renewiNlck Salvage Com etiorts to obtain PaTne RW Kennedy autopsy data the morning today for an 11 yearold girl feared kidnaped Police Chief Roiand Baillarj geon exhausted after nearly 43 hours without sleepsaid his concern for haa deepened Im really scaredj cow he said State Police called off their i for Debra Plight Of Jews Being Pondered regret the resignation William E Long as actinsL i of Gaisons twoyear JBT fire chief had no information The Washington move was lnsurance coverage Frank of the Probation M f raniLong has accepted a position as Senlces drive to show thah a services t 1 es m Pawuk said the buildings and contents w ere complete loss The damage to the black ROY J HESS resignation after three Lev Eshko of lsrael as directors to serveu three year terms expiring in t 1971 were Harold B batigh J 0 Cunninghamj Frank M Davis Charles A Grimminger Martin H Heine Maurice S Lansburv Melvini Continued On Page Three THE WEATHER has been rebuffed in two Hess Heads Heart Drive In County Roy J Hess plant manager for the OwensCorning Fiber glas Corporation in Huntingdon is serving as chairman of the u uunRJfHeart Flnd campaign shop was set at under way in Hunt ih the loss io contents eslnSdon 9omll tomorrow and limated at 520000 or more The through the month front as well as rear General Sessions Court Judge Arab lands drenched by freezing rain in for res at intervals from Arab nations They s iwent to him and spoke of fear for the safety of the kinfAre officers and di presented by Mor chairman of the nmittee on which James efcar for the safet of nejghoorhood left behind especially afterESwigan Jr who cnaired a rrifiT i i i m IT ton n fViji i JLIL ifiEiLiivu LoucLiaiiv CHILI wnicn ihe girlIraq Monday hanged 14 personscommlllee to look the to have Of them consolidation of ihe Hunt nme j allegedly being Israeli spies ingdon and Mount Union Red Thursday Continued On Page Three to canvass the home from was believed to kidnaped Wednesday The troopers were to go from Isradi offlcials house io house said they would seek Continued On Page Sixteen supervised evacuation of Jews Allies Expect Reds To Agree Soon from Iraq one of the r nations still in a state of war jwith Israel followine the 1967 i Middle East War i In Baghdad Iraqi newspapers iquoled by Cairos Middle East JNews Agency MEVAl talked jof still more spy trials despite j world protests MEXA quoted Yne newspapers 25 sayins the MIAMI UP i A National new trials would expose Extreme southern por tions cloudy with rain changing to snow flurries by afternoon North por tions cloudy with snow flur ries Highs today in the iifts Partly cloudy and cold to night lows in teens In creasing cloudiness Satur day and warmer Highs in the 30s Outlook Sunday cloudy and mild with rain showers ICharles Halleck in Washington5 was believed denied the request for the data Plete loss on Jan 17 but gave Louisiana two weeks to show its materiality to the case and that this is not just a fishing expe dition That deadline was today Asst Dist Atty Numa V Bertel left for Washington Thursday night with written pleadings which he said he hoped will convince the judge Confirmed On Page Three of February Announcement of the general lairman was made by Emer ton mine motnr located alongson Crum president ofthe Cen side the destroyed structure aliiral Pennsylvania Heart Asso previous attempts to set the Xlframf structure contained mot rays and photographs to show band saw arma Announ Kennedy shot from the bolts nuls etc A sixcharman IN atioiial Has Third iiackins Diplomats Hoping Secret Talks Can End Deadlock a scheduled landing at Tsmpa today and forced to fly to have been under Havsna the Federal AviatiorvT u e s d a y with Admi nisi rat ion said charging the defendants worked H was the llth hijackins of for imperialism and the 1939 and the third for National CIA j Iraq confirmed Thursday it ne jet was carrying Va3 holding an American oil PARIS UPD Allied diplomats said today 8hey exoect North Vietnam and the Viet Cong to Mena said Baghdad spy trials aSree to secret contacts soon to break up the way since current deadlock over how to negotiate a peace prosecutors agreement on Vietnam M passengers and eight crew men from San Francisco Cali to Miami when the pilot reported a man had a gun the head of a stewardess and asked for clearance to Havanas Marti Airport A the jet was about to land in Tampa when ine plane was commandeered by ihe sunman about am E5T The plane wss expected to arrive in Havana at am Nationals Flight 44 left Francisco at am Continued On Page Sixteen Couil In Recess In Pueblo Case Calif charge of the USS man called for today changing to American delegates under chief negotiator Henry Cabotl Lodge were described byj informants as being confident that the Communis will enter into the backstaeeiruenu Vllturtu gnomonscan vice bargaining after the two llml rtesllfAed fcw 1 Af1 OTessitumble into the teens tonight fnfrtlmllort Viir AHAlnon increasing clou to be a com Continued On Page Two Juvenile Adjudged Delinquent facing A high school senior several serious charges w a adjudged a delinquent by Judge elation Huntingdon Chapter He also disclosed that the Heart Month campaign will have a goal of The drive will hit its peak on Heart S u n d ay February 23 when volunteers will visit their neighbors to deliver educational information and receive heart fund contributions These gifts support research education and community ser vice activities of the localheart association Hess assumed Ihe duties of manager at Huntingdon in Peduzzi Is ReElected Chairman Carl J Peduzzi Mount Union businessman was reelected chairman of the Mount Union Executive Board Penn Cen tral National Bank at the re adjudged a delinquent by JurigePalltmanager at Huntingdon in organization meeting Thursday R Merle Heffner yesterday after serving as superinafternoon Also reelected were lowing a 2i hour session of the reinforcement Dr Fret H McClain Jr vice Underground Hospital Is Destroyed SAIGON UPI American B52 bombers launched their heaviest series of raids this year on a single area of Viet nam striking the Viet Cong in the Mekong Del ta m Hilary spokesmen said today US troops patrolling near Cambodian border northwest of Saigon found and deslroved a huge underground Communist hospila complex hidden in dense jungle The bombers dropped more than a million pounds of bombs in sixmissions near the Delta cily of Can Tho spokesmen said US troops found tlie hospital on an infiltration route 60 miles north of Saigon It contained five operaling rooms and six wards capable of providing for the needs of a 3000maji regiment Antiaircraft guns and a network of nearly 200 bunkers protected the hospital and its bivouac area spokesmen said All fell into the hands of the US troops In Saigon the US Command said it was investigating a new series of reports of possible Communist helicopter sightings Continued On Page Two Huntingdon County Juvenilefactory at the corporations Court jplant in Anderson S C The youth admitted in court He joined the company in Sep ihat he had possessed and usedilember of 1951 in the quality dangerous nr narcotic drugs Continued On Page Sixteen marijuana and hashish and that he had aided and assisted inmates at the Youth Forestry Camp No 3 Aitch RD to es cape Judge Heffner direcled ths Huntingdon County Probation Services io make a presentence Mild Weather Will Continue Over Weekend president and Thomas L James secretary The board nominated as an additional director Theodore R lllingworth Shade Gap business man and he was appointed to the position by the banks board of directors lilingworth is active in many business and communi ty affairs in the southern end of Huntingdon County Other members of the Execu tive Board are David K Good Wilh the exception of a dropjman George J Harris Jr Senators To Review Pueblo Case before the fiveicalled by District Attorney New t1 c n ttlllllUL jHrniralc i nunci nrr Ihr l tnn P at ttlO nrtlirt quickly as possible The lhfi will be sentenced as soon as thellhro lhe wcckcntL jurist has an opportunity to stu Th b the man cailed dy tne departments recommenmore rajn dations State Trooper George E teens tonight the p Reeder Kenneth and Robert RSaxe B s virtually autonomouscan vice and narcotics investihj h m he blll wil snce unit testified ingator was the first lho IVinFTHPXws ave reze ey cannot resng co 1 INS1DL THE S Richard s schweiker R Pa achieve a breakthrough in theiadmiras nvestigatmg the C Taylor at the court sesdincss on Saturday along with 1 rVn C nn o f n 1 11 i 7llrp I r f n i e i n M OlTifnnTi ViosnnH inu iniroci i said Thursday Armed Services the Senate well publicized plenary sessions CommiUeej American officials today de Korea Lt Stephen R Harris 31 Almanac 6 Ann Landers 11 viinnai j Ark n could help implement plans toinied widespread French radio L said uassuiefl Arts la avojd a uture Q newspKapcr reports Mass answered officer after all the facts were Allied and Communist officials I concerning his part in the L zure of the ship by North sion Plafcan headed the inves Kosygin Is On Vacation MOSCOW Pre mier Alexei N Kosygin is on vacation and will return to work tigation of the case Raymond A Holland juvenile warmer temperatures The F Ministry look for Sunday is cloudy and b J mild with rain showers spokesman said today Crossword Puzzle 15 Columnisis 6 Editorials 6 Slock Market 2 Obituaries 2 theW Holding his first news eice since he took office ear Her this month the freshman a private meeting in parts of Thursdays marathon session second weekly meeting of the lucu ics Lt u invi mi 11 toi uncut rl j San School News Paze 8 senator said he felt Americansexpanded the the February Food Stamp Outposts Set Food stamp outpost dates for f iruary are scheduled for th first week of the month February 4 through 7 The out els conducted by the office of Society And Club News Sports 10 4 On Stage Live 7 Supplement had lost confidence in the fed ieral government because of th Pueblo 1 Continued On Page Three Thc the P or Huntingdon Lions Fete k Five Charter Members Five charier members of Winters Robert B Simpson administratHuntingdon L io n s Club werejTed R Hixson Paul Friend and of the federal food stampihonored last evening for Out tv Ban A English rter Monarch to R Leslie They were presented CharterjGreene who was a charter mem Monarch Certificates andiler the Orhisonia club before emblems at the clubs 30thitransferring to Huntingdon A 30year service award went to program in Huntingdon Coumyiyears of Unselfish community A 25 year Chan are seen as an aid to nonassisservice A ward was given 1 T ioparici They were presented CharterjGreene who was a ci pae in the expense saving pronH njiber of the Orhisnnia and Trust Company party held at Huntingdon Elks Home Robert Egolf and 25year certifi cates and pins were presented to an next session of conference will take Thursday Informants said that if agreement on such secret talks would be struck with the Communist side the latter would be represented by Hanoi only The current impasse built up over Allied demands to discuss first the restoration of the Demilitarized Zone the mutual pullout of troops from the South and the exchange of prisoners Rejecting flatly the Allied negotiating sheet the Continued On Page Two mission and operation of the spy ship He was not warned he was suspected of violating naval regulations Capt Vincent Tho mas public information officer for the court told a news conference The court recessed until Monday morning at which time Continued On Page Two Hi g h m Huntingdon jnvenljon3 said Reports Kosygin Small Draft Call its annual call the Selective Service has asked for 437 Development ter Robertsdale on Seventeen other members February 5 at the club received awards fr 5 at the club received awards from Swee on Thursday FebrujDistrict Governor Harold S shop at the office of pubKimmel of Orhisonia for in Sod Fire Hall sry 6 and lie as Street Huntingdon Friday Feb ruary 7 Night was provided by the Four Cameos a quartet from the Sweet Adelines popular barber singing group from AItooj The quartet was especially The honored charter members at the Huntingdon club are John Thats My Baby Darkness On Continued On Paw Five optometrists the lowest number since 1962 This compares with a total of 1126 last year and 2330 m 1965 The Pentagon said the small number relates to the stabilization of the buildup of forces associated with the Seedlings Available Seedlings for reforestation of idle land are available to Hunt ingdon County landowners from Department of Forests Wat ers Nurseries at Greenwood Furnace and Potters Mills Ap plications should be submitted to department offices before Felv ruary 15The seedling planting season is in March and April The minimum order is lOOOi seedlings or a planting area of at least one and one half acres is required for eligibility to pur chase State Forest seedlings Cost of the seedlings is six dol lars per 1000 Species still available are White pine red pine Austrian pine Norway spruce Japanese Vietnam War and with a largejiarch and European alder Hy number of Continued On Faze Three the State Police barracks last August The witness said the youth had admitted the use of Continued On Page me past JA nours was M degrees with a low reading of 40 degrees Precipitalion during the period amounted to 16 inches of rain Police Will Begin Aggressive Turnpik Total Is HARRISBURG UP ed today they have begu sive patrolling on the following statistics sho1 toll roads worst safety ed in 1940 There Were 104 persons killed in accidents on the turnpike last year The death totals for the Ihree prior years were 80 in 66 in 196fi and 40 in 1965 Even more significant is that the death rate per 100 million vehicle miles last year was 36 up from 29 in 1967 We have instituted a policy of aggressive patrolling said State Police Commissioner Frank McKetta We are concentrating our efforts in areas ot high accident Death Record I State Police warnn a program of aggresPennsylvania Turnpike wing that 1968 was the year since it was open our patrol cars more visible and looking for causes Charges Lax Enforcement Meanwhile one ranking state official who requested anonymity charged that one factor in the sharp increase was lax enforcement by the state police His contention is supported by statistics in the files of both the state police and the Turnpike Commission They show that despite an increase in traffic last year over 1967 there were more than 3000 fewer ar Continued On Page Sixteen is ill are spokesman It was the first formal Soviet comment on Kosygins absence which has stirred speculation here and abroad since he failed to take part last week in a gala Kremlin ceremony honoring the Soyuz mission cosmonauts The spokesman appeared at a news conference concerning the Soviet tourist industry today and read hfs statement after travel topics had been dealt with The premier he said is on vacation At the present time he is passing his vacation near Moscow and in the nearest future on the conclusion of his vacation he will return to work All rumors distributed by certain illmeaning sources in the Western press regarding the sickness of Comrade Kosygin are inventions and have no foundation All In Area Will Be Inspected All bridges In District 9 of the State Highways Depart ment will be inspected by department accordingtoThom as Colantino district engineer District 9 is made up of Hunt ingdon Bedford Somerset Blair Fulton and Cambria Counties The inspection is scheduled to begin in February   

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