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   Daily News (Newspaper) - February 1, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                CLASSIFIED ADS DIAL BaSS CLASSIFIED or S424641 THE DAILY NEWS State Library Education Building Pa 17126 VOL 4S con HUISTIISGDOIV AND MOUNTUNIONPA SATURDAY FEBRUARY 1 1969 Phone 6434040 NO 2 South Viet General Shot By Terrorists In Saigon Hue Target For Heavy Reel Rockets Bloodmobile To Visit Area February 12 354 hsued In Coiinlv In 68 Leap Year Increase In Area Weddings Is Noted Huntingdon Chapter of the American Red Cross today com SAIGON Terroristsmended all volunteers who have keeping the boodmobile c quotas in srod sandins durinai a Scuuh j namese general in a Lincolnorange Hall will be bombing attack near the location for a visit or theYear 1968 This fact is evident from a survey of Saigons the marriage business in Huntingdon County palace today 1st gunners fired p m fu rockets into the city Levain Fouse and his Area females withample courage to pop question really took advantage of Leapj 1811 Complaint Lea Post ig the past twelvemonth period definite increase in the of weddings performed last was noied in a check of 01 Hue rmuiary spokesmmee are ourrensly books in the Register and I volunteers to aerate i Vns HII Walkins will Near tne northern cassia the Da Soch Vietnamese w Recorders Office at the Hunt be accepted ingQon County Courthouse j vJ5H The total number of licenses isj as more Tv 1 lJkrt IIUillVJSA VI o Vng bfci Qliola s M pms and u is iniartrvmen ov Amoncsn j rv B r i aircraft KJ kHieri IS wnunued On Page Five jman grantedm IPof srootx baite spokesmen said Four terrorists riding two mororjcooters attacked a car carrying Maj Gen Nguyen Van Kiem South Vietnams pres military adviser with a bomb and a grenade less than four blocks troni thep nresicestiai oJsoe i Fair Gets 825019 Iii Help Brides Pick June Tne month of June maintained popularity among the Hangings Blasted In Cairo Press Or r k n Fifteen Tne February lerm of on Troopers Chalk Up Busy Year Siaie Police of the Hunting don substation handled a rec ord number of complaints dur ing ihe past year Spi AndrewS Mazak offic er in charge of the barracks today released figures showing the huge amount of work hand led by his officers during Ihe past 12 months i There were 1811 complaints during that remiired ac tion by an officer This is an increase of 78 over the pre vious year when a record 1733 complaints were handled State Trooper at Huntingdon were called io investigate 458 ac cidents during the year with 13j of them being fatals During the preceding year there were 4731 crashesVith 14 of them fatal accidents I CHARLES B BURKET Planning Director Pouxfer Nixon Iii Parley On Mdeast WASHINGTON ident ALxon meets wilh his National Seciirily Council today on the Middle East situation which NMvon himself has called a powder keg very explosive It may compel htm to make his first major foreign policy decisions The most Immediate problem before Nixon in respect fo the Middle East is how to reply to a French proposal for a meeting of the UN representatives of he Big Four to try to lay the groundwork or a settlement Tiie Johnson administration was reluctant io agree lo such a session because it might kink as if the four nations were trying lo impose a settlement The US view until now has been hat the Arabs and he Israelis rvin2 set1 with having been performed Totals jfor othermonths of the year jwere as follows January 14 Febniary 22 j March 24 April 22 May jjuly 22 August 41 September Tne Huntingdon County Fair October 25 November 23 persons lost their j The resignation of Charles Bmusi somehow Huntingdon CoiintyBurkel retired Fiberslas view mgdon County Criminal Courthighways last year three and civic leadciC from K Javij rN y will opan on Monday momingfhan died in traffic mishapsjHumiiigdon County Planning during a Wliile House visit Feb 3 at am jthe previous year commission b e c a m e effectivejrriday Judge R Merle Heffner will Two hundred sixty personsMay it was announced byj Johnson adminimration The semiofficial Cain th feUrac would take a public hanging of 14 District Attorney Newton Cre ins was warmins Hiram P Reynolds of 14 not a and the District Attorney Newton has prepared a list ses for trial A dozen regret in a letter to Chair Kieni is receivine Si501956 from jHeffnar with many of them Sgt Mazaks figures county planning group likely to come on Monday thesis men mnde 1188 traffic arsNovembev 1W6 when he was is day of Hie session iresis durin the year Therechosen to fill the remaining noted todav ihatwere 32 nilmn accidents of Dr Morley J n to any e Britain now Union has joined the and France John Ksne of the MapletonMill Dentists To Mark Dental Health Week Fxaid wi be S20M mskkfi the count v S280I922 Bul wna maxes us hesitate 4 lle lsllner in ths S lo whole thing was handled a visiting judge preside1 Dirksen Bill Will Seek id tne ji of the F Church vania Fair Fund is being distributed io cairs andiLnited Methodist Cnurcn in iZorm organizations Dr BuHuntingdon Each pastor per j formed elevenceremonies in Tne Huntingdon County Denj It is the largest amount tal Society announced today ii bursed from the iuiid since its Officiating at mns of the would rnEric ths observance in National Cbiidrens Denial conie5 fromstate harness Cowher pastor of United Health Week which ba beer ing funds received in 195S jMethodist Churches in the inree Claimed iebraary 3 through The area Mr Cowhers 8 1S39 me society ssks all oeijvS the in dren Tne for Continued On Page Two Tiie ruiids Hununadon Deadlock Tne money years Codings was treRev Six Months in February or March AnWASHINGTON nounoement of completed arj Everett M Dirksen Rlll rangements will be made by claims legislation may be the Lhe court at a later date j Petit jurors have been direct by Sheriff Robert E Norris recehed by the Evangelical United Bre to appear in court at am ay for only solution to abate the rise in steel imports The Senate Republican leader board of directors in various i positions with toe United Fundj campaigns in Notary Club ot which he is currently a direcj tor and on the Huntingdon Bij centennial Committee He has been serving as heard ALLEOTOWN N H of the conservation and ieclamalAulhonles pressed their search ion committee for the planning ioda3r Debbie Is Continuing commission and was responsi Horn 11 missing since Wednesday from ble for initiating and continuing ner ere but the girls announced Friday he would cases cour is scheduled PARIS Observers a years e3 on 5 ninnoer or stuoies One o ths mast promising still to bs conducted with human subjects involve the use oi s srediic ertiTne dextranase in the control i ef denial csries However uere are stjiie beins conducted which Coniinued On Page Five Juiiiatas New Business Intern Program Starts Conference sources said Am bassador Henry Cabot Lodge who came to Paris full of optimism two weeks ago to take over the American delesation is now resigned to a protracted war of words before any progress can be made Both Xorth Vietnam and the1 National Liberation Front The Governors Committee for the Preser of Agricultural Land will hold public interest in the Trough disappearance remained veiled IL mine abatement projectjin mystery tne trial a sponsor a measure to limit j As Of the conservation State troopers were going steel imports to 96 million tonscommjitee he recognized theifrom door todoor in this rural toa year Sen Vance Hartke Dneed for active involvement injcommtmity 20 miles north of st open on Monday Feb 17 wiUijInd said earlier he would reldevelopina Huntingdon CountysjManchesier NH asking res ict jurors ordered to re introduce a steel import quotaconfervaiTon assets and always idents for informal ion Voiun probably sometime inworked toward that end leers on snowmobiles were Burket stated in his letter snowmantled wood had enjoyed the privilege of j lands For traces of the little working with the planners andbrowneyed girl the county commissioners andj About 35 offduty firemen urged that the projects that hadjfrom Manchester arrived Fri been initialed while he was a to join the woodland search member of the commission jn an behind pushed as rapidly as possible lhe Horns pjnegrove home to fruition I Althpueh authorities suspected The planning commission willmile Debbie had been kid fn fill the vacancy at its reKinappedi no ransom note was known to have been received and nothing definite was known about the cause of her disappearance Statement On Ag Land Ready offer hope tnsi decsy wii are geilKg introduction inSQU5trial oracticesT become controllable within iConLurd On Psze Fivei Cong have rejected the USihearings in Hollidaysburg courthouse on Feb craauatcn as fey compose to Demiliiruary 13 to learn the area publics reactions to 5 to the business worid prior TEE WEATHER iir5 group 0 ituaerits in etas new Business Intern srsm to conserve land throughout the ui j tj 4 j iw ii I VJdi Ul n illlLLJ 3 a li f firms to get a working know The United States has Conor purposes light freezing rain changins to raifl by late moming Highs today in 30s Cloudy to oight with few snow flur ries is the 2fe Con tinued doiiity and cool Sun day Highs in the Out look for Aonday cloudy vith liaU temperature change v ikdge 01 ihe ccnPele operationtended these are me mon Lrcer rae airecnon 01 Neil R of the firm Important earlv SIBDS toward a PbotOfrranilPf DOAWI During fte ftst eight weekslsetUement dJJliei program ihe student will It took months before Former Tniimcrl TT itnesr resioencv program ihe student will It took months before Former z rorma Corking dayAmbassador W Averell Harrii his assigned manager at man and Xordi Vietaamesei ouue o u pirs ine On SaturdayiMinMer t Tne program the first oi will return to campus for a5 actually kind a Juraata n designed to three hour course in give he itudenis a firsthand topics which will include opportunity to oeal directly in the side of the cision ma business world and get a close of State Xuan Thuyj got down to taJkina tO fill the Vacancy at itS ular meeting in February In December a meeting wasi held in Lhe Huntingdon County Courfeouse to discuss the work uf the committee various as Adidt School Registration Is Coutinuing Registration for adult eve ning school classes at Hunting1 All we have now is a missing girl and no evidence as to her whereabouts or to why she is missing said Asst Ally Gen Henry Spa lose Spalose said the investigation pects of stale action in the pre don Area High School will tinue until classes start Monday evening February 3 a halt of American photographer Robert Injured In 3Car Crash A Huntingdon professionalthe proposal on a local leveljister by calling the high school there is a satisfactory reason on for her disappearance Authorities believe Debra was Robert Scalpello wening abducted while her parents Mr servation of agrculluraland scit001 director announced thaUand Mrs Kenneth Horn were the involvement of citizens in j interested peisons may regat work Continued On Page Five In terns Gel Introduction To Fiber ghis Roy Hess plant manager of the Huntingdoa Division of OwensCornuieFi bergias Corporatron points out the various sections of the Huntingdon complex lo Judith Walck and Dennis Shank two oi the JuniaU College Business Intern students while Neil 3 Dowling instructor hi economics and co ordinator of the program second from and Tom Finley far personnel manager for ha Fiberglas plant look on ruks by failin2 to announce that Nguyen Phu Due a ranking c threecar 775 accident yes afternoon on Wand the consolidation of theseoffice during school hours or the specified j evening that both sew commiltee classes have been filled butj Coniinued On Page Two Members of Ross 7r in Huminedon One of the u Continued On Page Five cars was demolished Another Trooper Sent r IO master classes have been open ed on both nights for additional Gtnsimore member a r r y the i to ponions and Harold the Dav of that statement Continued On Page Two interested persons Scalpello said that all otherof the classes are open and in someChurch the program Koonlz was ravelling west on Mifflin Street at driving his 196S Chevrolet About 55 feet east of the Fourth Street interj section his car crashed into thej left rear of a parked Rambler owned by Myrtle J Summers s Waterfall State Trooper William EBen See Photo Page 5 ton Jr of Hollidaysburg hasThe Rambler was shoved been assigned to the Huntingdonahead 15 feet until it rammed State Police Sub Stationinto the rear of a parked Dodge Sgt Andrew S Mazak officerjsedan owned by Ihe State of in charge announced today Pennsylvania and assigned toj Benton 25 reported for dufyjthe Department of Forests andi yesterday afternoon There arejWalers The three vehicles Ihenj HARRISBURG UPJ The system will provide a definite now 21 men on the Huntingdontravelled ahead another 30 look in Pennsylvaniasadvantace for the motorist Choir Ticket Sale To Open Jay V Walker vice president St James Lutheran Council is the promo additionaJ registrations will bejlional chairman of general ad required to keep the course inimissions for the Concordia New State Inspection Program Opens Today substation roster and the Summers car climbed Tne new trooper has nearlythe curb and ran into he brick four years of service on theinouse owned by George B Wil force having been graduated at corner of Fourth from the State Police Acadejand Mifflin The parked cars least May my at Hershey in September 1965 Prior to being transferred to Huntingdon he was with Troop L Reading and had Continued On Page Five INSIDE THE NEWS Choir Concert to be held in Oi ler Hall on Friday February 21 at pm it was an nounced today Tickets for the general ad mission will go on sale Febru ary 3 in Mount Union and in Huntingdon They may be ob tained at any one of the fol lowing locations SI James Lutheran Church office Millers Record Depart Steels Drug Store Pe I advantage for the motorist c r motor vehicle inspection pro The old system required ofment steel s Drug btore le gram begins officially today jficial inspection stations to jnduzzis Mount Juniata But the average motorist jspect more lhan five million I College Information Office wont feel its impact until atmotor vehicles in a threemonth I period he said The new sys served at Schuylkill Haven Albcrt M Rung 6 Jennerstown Hamourg and Reading Benton is a zraduate of Holli daysburg High School and also attended Lock Haven State College prior to enlisting in the PSP Continued On Five Ann Landers 7 Classified Ads 11 Comics 9 Crossword Puzzle 11 Columnists 6 Obituaries 2 Society And Club News 8 Under a staggered inspectern under which k is expected tion pjogram authorized by thej Pennsylvanias 56 million ve hicles will be about equally di vided will require only about half the vehicles to be inspect ed in any threemonth cycle Harry H Brainerd traffic safety commissioner said the first vehicles affected under the new system will be commercial vehicles and trailers previous for a regular semiannual 1968 General Assembly the 40 yearold inspection system will be revised to combine passen ger cars and commercial vehi cles into four quarterly inspec tion cycles Up until now there had been distinct inspection pe riods for the two classes of ve hicle State Revenue Secretary War Sports 4 iuer M Depuy said the Continued On Page Five Founders Hall Mrs Sara Marks Prismo Safety Corpora tion 301 Penn Street Hunting don Admission lo the concert will be by ticket only The ticket do nation will beto defray ex penses of bringing the choir to Huntingdon and is a nonprofit program cosponsored by the St James Lutheran Church and Juniata College As general be come available over SO per cent Continued On Page Five   

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