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   Daily News (Newspaper) - February 4, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                CLASSIFIED ADS DIAL MISS CLASSIFIED 6134O4O or 5424641 THE DAILY State Library VOL 48 HIKE CENT COPT HUiVnNGDON AND MOUNT UNION PA TUESDAY FEBRUARY 4 1969 Criminal Court Opens 7 Guilty Pleas Are Heard A jury in Huntingdon County Criminal Court deliberated only 22 minutes yesterday afternoon before finding 19yearold David Earl Reed 321 Church Street Huntingdon guiltyof driving withoutbeing licensed second offense It was the first trial of the Term of criminal court which is expected to last three weeks Judge R Merle Hoffner presided at Ihe session and his charge lo Ihe jury in the Reed case was his first since he was appointed lo the bench last Dec 23 Reed was sentenced to pay he costs pay a fine of 5200 mid incarcerated in the Huntingdon ire Company County Jail for a period of Huntingdon Ambulance Drive Opens The Huntingdon West EIK For Mount Union s 28th annual councilmen Low Pool Bids Hit flie opening of bids for Jhe community swimming pool in the borough of Mount Union was the highlight of the monthly session held last evening by the councilmen Tola amounl of the apparent low bids was The es timated cost had been establish ed at Africa Associates borough en gineers for the swimming pool will review the submitted bids before any final action is taken by council This session was adjourned bj until Wednesday months He is lo receive credit slup drive is underway at full service memberjFebruary 12 al pm when for any time already spent in jail on the offense After the jury returned iis verj speed today S Blair Sponaybargcr secre tarytreasurer said that 1200 die at yesterday Judgemembership applications have Hfiner told Ihe panel ihat the been amj defendant was on probation aie from any uno ls the time of the offense In fact membcr of he Huntingdon No he had been in court only hours H earlier oil Nov 18 and been sentenced on tiie same FTI i u i ils bee i r i i fces those js lie mavo The jurist also informed cnroii are o 24enforce the Hia it uac RnoH c fniiHmr vmuiLC the engineers will present heir recommendations after checking Ihe pool bids Chairman of the police com mittee Joseph Bodnar once brought up the mailer of ile for collec traffic Unpafd Borough solicitor Morris Terrizzi was Attorney consulted NO 4 1 Arab Guerrillas To Mount War Of Liberation Saxton Bank Officers Are ReElected The directorate of the First National Bank of Saxton mel midmorning Monday for the an nual election of officers for the new year The full sevenmem ber board was present for the reorganization session Heelected president of the sank was Coolidge A Eichel berger formerly of Saxton now a resident of Everett Charles T Benner was renamed vice presi dent of the bank and Robert E Sieele of Saxton was reelecled cashier and secretary Robert L Williams was re lamcd assistant cashier of the banking institution The directorate of the bank in court that it was Reeds fourthjh er d ambuance s offense of driving without a liice membership March dnvmg Ltuiued On Page Two Protection Sought For Witness ordinns noted expires he had icledeachicer uit ui HIT utljirt Ul ihimv t cludos Coolidge A Eichelberg n I EVereU A 01 am Jr Charles T memberships are available too all Huntingdon area residentsjfineSi and all senior citizens are The mayor will give a delailed urged lo avail themselves each on the num fclie advantages offered bv of flckets issued and service j payment received The Ambulance Division op Ule Uvo uptown fire t r t J companies has two vehicles a defense in the Clay L new 196g trial has moved to protect a potential witness who contra dicts the story of star state witness Perry Raymond Russo from prosecution by Dist Arty or Distance 1 The Ambulance Division is A final report on the garbage survey now in progress by coun cilman Elmer Hockenberry will be presented at tlie February CadJllacSu 12 th meeting and a In other action council ap perior Both ambulances arejproved the request of the Rock completely equipped available club lSe the truck room in Jim Garrisons office Js the Municipal Building for a meeting on Sunday February Complaints have been re ceived concerning strav does wi i vie i Uil j i the 2 Fire Company and runnm8 osf m he borough William ramarJ uriii Ar residents are asked to co i operated by a board of control The witness Mrs Harold which indudes Gjbert N Mountain and Clyde Rohland of defense subpoena issued atlomev F Irvinj is bymond said after filing the Continued On Page Three motion at the end of Mondays court session that he wantedThree Lectures To Be Given her protected if she comes as a witness Iowa is not a party to the Interstate aereenienl for the extradition of witnesses Dy Councilmen agreed fo pur Continued On Page Five Continued On Page Seven Stale Primary Will Be Held On May 20 lembership drive expireshe had directed each officer iI Saxlon Robert E larch 1 send notices to offenders and if c Chester Sponeybarger noted that are not paid he will enh reelect emberships are available the collection of the ticket sllarehold ers meeting on Tuesday Janu ary 28 A new director Saxton morti cian Albert N Masood was named as a seventh member of Uie board at the shareholders meeting In Pueblo Inquiry HARRISBURG Government 1969 municipal Two of the speakers are prc primary will be held on May 20i fessors from The Pennsylvania1 scheduled University one at the Senate leaders announced j Capitol Campus in Middletown Monday they had encountered and tlie other from University certain problems1 in a propos al to move all future primaries those for presidential aspirants back to September Black Heritage Is Series Topic Black Heritage is the title of a series of three lectures to be given this month at Juniata College under the sponsorship of the Student Atlanta Publisher Park The third speaker is ac 4 live in Negro movements inj LJlCS At 4 J Lancaster Feb 13 beginning at ATLANTA and Uiat tlie bill could not Alunini Hall the Ralph Emerson Ale acted upon in time to affectScience Center Dr Daniel Wai1 Gill who trained his typewriter Draniatic Testimony Given Court CORONiADO Calif The US Navy Command in the Pacific drew up plans for a raid to free the crew of Uie Pueblo from North Korean captivity but it never received a goahead from higher up The Navy also was prepared to destroy the intelligence ship IRAQ Cradle of Civilization and Crisis s SAUDI ARABIA Center Of Trouble In Mideast The trial and execution of alleged Israeli spies which lias caused a worldwide uproar and heightened danger of a new war in the Mideast is only Ihe latest violent incident in a land whose turbulent history goes back more than 5000 years Modern Iraq encom passes the oncefertile lands of the Tigris and Euphrates rivers where some of mans earliest Babylonia and For centuries it was a center of power in fhe great Moslem empires Freed from Turkish rule after World War I Iraq became first a British mandate and then after World War II a fully independent state plagued by violent upheavals 35 Persons Present To Consider Statement Voice To Save Farm Land Is Deafened By Harangue pxmtfmmfwwmmx I Dateline I Central Pennsylvania BEDFORD Theodore A Kight BO of Horseshoe Run W dents of the county to present a united front to By LYNN STRE1GHT1FF Daily News County Editor Thirtyfive persons were present for por tions of a public meeting last evening in the Huntingdon County Courthouse designed to construct and revise a statement for the resi the was killed in a headon colmembers of the Governors Committee on the Wonsan after its capture butjlision along Route 220 Saturday Preservation of Agricultural Land at a hearing LllCJS K i i rrM 1 TTI i that either was no green light on afternoon on a sharp curve bein Hollidaysburg Thursday February 13 the highlights of another dramatic Such Monday oay of testimony before a five admiral court of inquiry Murphy to Tesfifv Lt Edward R Murphy Jr 31 San Diego executive officer and navigator of tlie Pueblo was scheduled fo testify in open session today beginning at 9 am PST The one witness in he open hearing Monday was Rear Adm George L Oassell chief of staff for operations fween Bedford and Bedford Springs Three other members of the Kight family were hos pitalized with injuries TYRONE Merchandise vali Attending were such leaders as M H DeForrest executive director of Huntingdons HB L Ralph Schmidt Rothrock District Forester of the Depart ment of Forests and Waters ued at between 34000 and 5000j Donald Rapp of the Huntingdon was removed from The Sports1 County Soil Conservation Ser man a mens clothing slore loivice Peter H B Norton area cated at the Tyrone Shopping resourcedevelopment agent Center sometime Saturday Ross Metz master of Hunting night or Sunday morning Theidon County Pomona Grange theft was discovered by owner and others Harry K Sickler Jr at 3 pm Also included in the group Sunday The thieves evidently were many farmers from vari this years balloting jden associate professor ttle Ku Klux Klan racialMediterranean Senate Republican American Studies in the Pennsgregation and Southern prejuNaples Italy Stanley G Stroup said he department of a 30year campaign that tlie announcement lo give canMl speak on The Rising of the Pulitzer Prize dkiales for municipal officesUnlogethers The Power a heart Monday ample notice lo begin filing Blackness nomination papers for a May Dr Nancy M Tischler primary Pacific Fleet at the time of the Pueblo seizure He is now deputy commander of a NATO naval strike force in the for theimade their entrance by forcing I Ous segments of the county The 70yearold journalist r i iu 1 collapsed at the home of friends i ot bnghsh anduvhcrp IIP anrf in Under the proposal generaljHumaiiilies will speak about Hi i and municipal primaries Image of the Negro inihratine his TilThirthnL be held on Ihe first Tuesday aftModern American earlv He vas nronounrrri er the second Monday of Sep Feb 20 pm Alumni Hal dead at Holv Hosnital I stationed i n is Italy His testimony largely re Conlinued On Page Seven Broadbent Gets Post Donald C Broadbent of Alex andria RD former Hunting don County Commissioner to r Yi ivituiii IAIIU on a smaii larm mmssoner o would ne set back from the Lancaster will speak on Soddy Tennjoined fhe day was appointed field repre fourth Tuesday m April to the evening of Feb 27 pm Atlanta Constitution from the third Tuesday in May Continued On Page Five j Continued On Page Seven sentative for the Stale Soil and Conservation Commis Democrats Are Ready To Display New Muscle HARRISBURG UPI Demicrals plans for 1969 He called ocrals have indicated they willjit a House Report and said display their newfound musclelhe will have others this year in the House if necessary lo This is a major area for legislative effort Jrvis said of the proposed public employes law A meaningful law giving 6 as ssure the passage of legislation allowing state employes the right to join labor organizations House Majority Leader Rep K Lcroy Jrvis DAlleghffny said on Ihe House floor Monday thatj Democrats are prepared lo com THE WEATHER promise on controversial lecisla Variable cloudiness lien involving a new public em ployes law ul he added if a compro mise cannot be reached tlie Democrats who control fhe chamber 1069ti will roll their own version of the bill through Irvis Variable cloudiness windy d cold wilh scaltercd snow flurries today High in the 20s Partly cloudy and cold with widely scattered snow flur ries tonight Low 5 o IS ex cept colder some valley areas Mostly sunny Wednesday and 7 U1uc ivougn 004 as cofd in be rvis imarks came during Boon High 21 to 32 Sunny address outlining the Demo1 warmer Thursday state employes the right to join labor organizations must be passed he said I hope to re concile the differences which have appeared among various groups but reconciliation or not such a bill will move in Ihe House The bill Water Conservation Commis Sporis sion It was one of two appoint ments announced by State Agri culture Secretary Leland H Bull The other new field repre sentative is William E Noll ofpS Cambria Springs RD ford County Broadbent has been assigned o the southcenlrat area with INSIDE THE NEWS I ii Aim Landers 12 Classified Ads 11 Comics 9 Crossword Puzzle p 11 Columnists 6 Editorials 6 Stock Market 2 Obituaries 2 Society And Club News rear door of the aild a partv of Spruce Creek ar Hems stolen included some reEjdetits headed by Bear mens suits some 60 pairs of mens trousers and approxi mately in change from a cash registerin the store Continued On Page Two and Samuel Hayes Following an introduction by Norton and a reading of the pre pared statement by Melz fhe Spruce Creek area group launched into a disconnected semantics harangue about the planning process in general the right to petition and the right to be left alone in making proper ly decisions They did nol discuss the right to filibuster Ihe right to let others be heard without inter ruption or the right lo reproduce by mechanical means what pur ports lo be public discussion Continued On Page Two In Mideast Crisis Nixon Will Give Plans To Council WASHINGTON ident Nixon continued his rapid fire meetings with the National Security Council today this time fo unfold his plans for dealing with the Middle East crisis Nixon was likely to explain his Mideast decisions in his second presidential news confer ence Thursday morning Even with Ihe Mideast problem hanging heavy over the early days of his administra tion Nixon tentatively plans a weekend trip to Florida Friday Nixon continued making the rounds of various federal agencies for getacquainted sessions Monday He dropped in on the Department of Housing and Urban Development and told HUDs top officials Ihey Continued On Page Five would authorize strikes by public employes pro vided no civil emergencies were created Democrats sought such a pro vision last year while the ad ministration of Gov Raymond P Shafer offered a proposed public employes law setting up bargaining machinery but for bidding all such strikes The House State Government Com Continued On Page the regional office at Hollidays burg Charles F Hess executive di Conlinued On Page Three Huntingdon BES To Be Closed On Feb 12 The Bureau of Employment Security 501 Washington Street Huntingdon will be closed all day Wednesday February 12 for Lincolns Birthday The Mount Union itinerant of fice normally serviced on Wed nesday and Thursday will be open Thursday and Friday be cause of this holiday All Wed nesday claimants will report at their scheduled time onFriday February 14 For Four Years Of Life HARRISBURG UPI Jo seph Thomas Clancy may re ceive payment for four years and seven months of his life In Clancy was convicted oi forgery in Delaware County court and sentenced to impris onment After serving four years and one month at the Eastern Stale Penitentiary in Philadel phia another man confessed to the crime Clancy was set free For the next 14 years he con ducted a persistent campaign for monetary retribution for the miscarriage of justice U S senators con gressmen state legislators and anyone else he thought would listen He won a major victory in his long battle Monday night In the stale Senate when legislation was introduced that would re quire the state to pay Clancy 15000 against arising for the from moral claims Commonwealth wrongful im Lansdale Man Named To Game Commission HARRISBURG Raymond P Shafer appoint ed Edwin JBrooks a Lans dale businessman active in various conservation and sportsmens groups to the State Game Commission Monday He will serve until January 1177 prisonmept Clancy 65 now lives in Mer chantville N J and makes no secret of his displeasure with the slate of Pennsylvania in gen eral and its system of justice in particular He recently wrote this in a letter to state Sen Louis G Hill a Philadelphia Democrat and sponsor of the bill I am entitled bo such recog lulion as may deemed as tim and by which itsverdict guity because 1 had no competent attorney to represent me Hill was contacted by Clancy through Uie Philadelphia office Continued On Page Seven Charges Are Exchanged CJ In Mideast An Arab guerrilla leader today vowed tc mount a war of liber ation throughout Is raelioccupied territory In Cairo Yassir Arafat told newsmen he would escalate the Palestinian armed revolu tion in all parts of occupied Palestine to become a popular war of liberation He spnke following his elec tion Monday night as chairman of Ihe executive committee of the Palestine Liberation Organi zation a combine of gueirilta bands and groups of Arab refugees from Israeliheld territory Only Solution Arafat said armed force is their only solution He ruled out all political solutions He is a leader of the fanatic El Fatah guerrilla band In Jordanian author Monday accused Israel o sending bwo helicopters gun ships backed by jet fighters into the area and strafing a civilian settlement killing two women According to Jordanian and Iraqui spokesmen it was the fourth Israeli air incursion and strike of the day into Jordan Both Jordan and Iraq which keeps some 10000 troops te Jordan claimed doivning two Israeli aircraft In Jerusalem Israeli spokes men denied their craft did any raiding Monday except for hitting Jordanian guns that Continued On Page Two To Open Campuses Hayakawa Sees Force As 1st Step WASHINGTON President SI Hayakawa of San Francisco State College believes use of police to open rebellion closed campuses is merely a first step He says the entire educational sysfem must quick ly be made more responsive to the times and the needs of young people The noted semanticist testi fied Monday at a oneday hearing of a House special subcommittee on education He told of his own stricken campus Use of force he said is merely a first step We must modernize quickly and on a vast scale to make the entire system more responsive to the times and to the needs of our young people Hayakawa said lie respected the wish of Negro students to have a black studies program but said fhe administrations attempts fo establish such a department under Dr Nathan Hare had been turned down by the Negro faculty members themselves Hayakawa said some faculty Continued On Page Three Rig Flips Blocks 22 All three lanes of busy 22 were blocked just east of Mill Creek this morning when a tractortrailer rammed into the bank and flipped over onto roadway The driver Joseph Perry Hen ry 12 Liberty suffered only minor injuries in the mishap With the main roadway block ed State Police maintained one way traffic around the wreck by use of the wide berm on the south side of the highway At 8 am seven hours after the accident the troopers were still awaiting the arrival of a large wrecker from Lewistown to clear the overturned rig from truck tractor hauling a J965 Strick trailer car rying candy and miscellaneous freight The driver told State Police that the steering bound up on Continued On Page Three  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