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   Daily News (Newspaper) - February 5, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                In Nixon Urges Okay On Trcal Cx Secret Documents Were Lost COKCNADO Calif UTO The Navy inquiry into the loss of the USS Puebloappeared to have reached iis peak today with disclosure thai secret documents were lost to theonay Higen the Senate to proceed promptly From here on out the inquiry hjjiuou treaty during the election Prevent Spread Of Nuclear Arms WASHINGTON UPI President Nixon in that order As for the nuclear treaty It was submitted to the Senate last year by former President Lyndon B Johnson but ratifica tion efforts ran into trouble with the indignant reaction on Capitol Hill to Soviet invasion of Czechoslovakia During his campaign for the again in his to havenot countries Nixon said he had always Ar an impromptu news conference Tuesday Cap liam E for the go to Europe later this month Unions presidium is preparing for a lor early next month with visits West Germany India Educators Back Development Unit At Snxton 2 Named To Borough Authority Administrators and faculty of the Hunt ingdon Area School system demonstrate their willingness to support the continuing efforts of Huntingdon Business and Indus try by participating actively as members Jay Muir right president of the Huntingdon Area Educators Association hands his mem bership card to Norman J Smith high school principal and a drive solicitor John E Bin ney superintendent of schools and the edu cation division chairman looks on at center THE DAILY NEWS VOL HUNTINGDON AND MOUNTUNION PA WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 5 1969 ISO 5 Two Saxwn men were To Orerprove ev las evening o terms on Uie Savon Borough Municipal Au thorny by members of hc bor oiigb council Named were Ko and Mark H Jr Saxtoa a water chemisr si the1 General Public Utilities reactor at Ssxton will fii vacancv Gafrisoii Battle To Start Soon XEW ORLEANS Application Made On 290 Acre Tract createo oy me resunauon Al Am Jim Garrison seemed Council Discusses 3 Annexation Areas MaswdVserm woufd run January 1 1971 was named to fill l conspiracy case again Ciay L Siaw to an all male jury in a courtroom battle Of Daily Hunt Named Maiiagiiig Editor Swords Are Rattling lu Mideast Swords rattled Ln the Middle Trtab Is Acquitted By Jurors A Harrlsburg young man Chester R Wilson ia formerly of MeAlevys Fort was acquitted late yeslerdiiy afternoon by Huntingdon County Criminal Court jury of he offense at driving while under the influ ence of intnxicnting beverages Wilson was arrested following a twocar accident on Route 3S near Donation nt a ainlast AiiRiist 31 in which a Hunting don K D 2 woman Vernn L Thatcher 28 was instantly kill ed A jury of seven women and five men deliberated one hour Sefore reaching ils verdict The panel Cloyri F Foster of Huntingdon returned to the courtroom willi the jury at rm and presented the finding in the case District Attorney Newton C Taylor represented the Com monwealth h i I e Attorney James 13 Himes was counsel for the defendant The jury for the case was se lected late Monday and testi mony started when court con vened yesterdav morning at oclock Court adjourned for the day at Tuettay with the trial of cases at the February Term scheduled to continue today Tliree guilty pleas were ac cepted by Judje Heffner during Tuesdays session An inmate at the State Cor rectional Institution aL Hunting don Wilbert Thomas Myers 29 of Latrobe entered a plea of guilty ip the charge of prison jreach in what Attorney Joseph W Mullin coimsel for the de t IT a unique East today Israel warned1 Lebanon against guerrilla raidjcase ing and announced a doubling oft Myers was at large for 27 its air force by mid1970 Egypt months before he was appre said Kuwait and Saudi Arabiajhended in Winchester Va last will send troops to aid JordanDecember 2 For more Ihan two against Israel he lived an exemplary no report otiife outside prison walls the There was fighting today On the diplomatic side of the court was informed Walked 130 Miles Middle East crisis government I Tlie defendant took off on Au sources in Jerusalem 3IMfi serving on a ler was name o a sest vacated bv Frank E New Ortean g VMSierm had previously expo wim Jwu Dateline Central Growth via annexation was in the spotlight Eugene T Shore editor of i Israeli officials are more af lhe SCIHe todav anmore worried that the United ne rild not Plan to escape and The Daily News nounced the promotion of IStates Russia France and i again last night at the regular monthly meetinJames DHuni to the c U J T i i of m3 nacrincT iviiirvr 1 was not aware of what hap On i Petins g i of tne huntingdon Borough Council In three manasns unt situation They said ntral major tracts of land were discussed been eaitor Israeli leaders fear Moscow anrij II 1J 3M Inall cases the Tne News Paris may attempt to drag Vari V S an and the application for an n i With our expanding newsPresident Nixon into such and Deadlock Was c f r an an a Talk Is Dismissed THE WEATHER prcd Bulgers fiveyear term 5SS5S5Ln5tlon wiil ecd on December 3i 1973 Tear battle camw until Sree Committee Chairman a second akernata juror is LEWJSTpWN Contract Vernosi Fluke repined at lastchosen but his selection on thishs demolition of buildings evenings council meeting irial day seemed certainthe sits of the E a s t Ma naicd one lead of limestone hadDisuse both the state andSreet redevelopment been to repair area bedefense have run out of n been awarded o Jay tween East Saxton and Sioners arbiirary challengers Toad and Sons of Mifflintown town arid Flake bee ve a Tu ing he new ahietic fieid aj bad healih family concern B McMeen and Sons on Ready To Move u i TI Bills were approved in he or financial hardship occsionsd East Market Street andMembers of council acted fav yne officials tht iuonai of amMjnt of 51350 approximae by be in 2 locked up for buiSduigs on North Brown Street orabSy on the application and though their aDDrosches In HP courseare supplied by our ly or Daymen and a sum of rvo orrh on the south side of Third the boroueh WPP still leased wire senice United Cle ratllcallv Coouaued OQ Page Eighteen is to be levprpbiems which may exist Continued On Page Eighteen The Stewart tract is prese coverage i have felt the for help in directing the staff In Calt0 Egyptian and in charge ofour newssathering American diplomats met quietly Shorp ln the embassy They acmities Shore stated did annmuice wnat was The Daily News covers Cairos semiofficial entire county and pads A Ahram said Nixon three other counties in village will reveal a new US Middle k of meetings and all the service Variable cloudiness windy cold with scattered snow flurries loduy High mid 2fls to low 30s Fair and cold to night Low a to la Increas ing cloudiness and warmer Thursday with rain and snow mixed by Thursday night High in the 30s Cloudy with rain and snow Friday everv dav a crosssection the KCT rnystsy threr Grndv I vii be hed his evening a S oclock in Room vo of thf academic build ROARING SPRING Bor Un age Eigmeen OUgn council Monday night sn nexed an area of 14 properties in LXSIDE THE NEWS Persons interested in a role vised o be Along The Juniata Participants m the firs try Ann Landers puts Session in mid January Classified Ads hsve been notified by mail of Comics thevemnis session Bov Falallv Buruecl Both the United States and have so far at military questions sed first The Norths e and Viet Cong1 delegations have demanded political matters be the first point of discussion Tne officials said the FullScale Offensive Is Feared Plans For 1969 Civic Day Laid Twentyseven Boy Scouts from 15 Hunting don County BSA Troops will take part in annual Civic Day programs on Monday February 10 The Civic Day activities give representative Scouts a chance to see how our government and agencies operate and to take part in these oper SAIGON captured in all four i plans for the Oneida Dis Us regions of Vietnam have or trict Scout Troops were an tS Tiie day will begin for the s western end of iheborouehi SCRAVTOX Pa UPI on the matter guerrillas to prepare for i nounced Samuel ughtme QUrin2 n U1S Jur ioom ot tne in line with a petition requestRobert Kerisher 6 died fulure The rolci include y o u r Ediionai ze a midclecied man rvo Stock Market micdizazed women and rvo e Obituaries ceriy women t mg the action signed by 15 of injurie5 a fiash fire sessions produced the sons a majority or tne lanaowr Jan 13 which kiiled hb mothjcondmons 4 ersonne area With this flexibility in TYRONE d r i n VViilam Jr 7 3pd ot C o ii nv o A ton Q r i n A concesson5 mentioned h v 9 salesman discovered the burgilchael tnree year od Vietnamese 6 larizing of she McCanns CrossTiie at the burn Cao Kv on M0ndavlVietnarn Dr Howard Crouch of Junlata And Club New g erior damage was done andjter ci LS ih dkector i Coniinued On Psze Two iwre 14 9 17 19 6 2 ing clubhouse of the Tyrone sr of the Shrine 2Sportsmens Association Mon crippled children g day morning Considerable inwhere he was taken sh the fire wrecked i sessions produced the rightmonths Tel lunar new year holiday US intelligence sour ces said today Acting to nip in the bud any j Gordon district Scout execuj live and Joseph A Ciampa district activities chairman Nine First Class Scouts nine ingdon County Courthouse with their sponsors at am Monday At 9 oclock official swearingin ceremonies will be m m u n i s t offensive Second Class Semite Homrable R the cities of SouthStar Scouts one Life Scout and government Iroopsjone Eagle Scout mil visit some Qf Huntingdon County Is Shoplifting Stealing Absolutely ig Brother Is Watching You use of firecrackers to celebrate Continued On Page Eighteen holiday which starts Feb 17 The American intelligence sources said documents cap Continued On Page Eighteen fEditors X o i e Is shoplift ing s t e a i n g siase storekeepers here at home add all over the coun try are fed np with rising inventory losses and are de termined to do something about ihem This is the first in a series of thrre articles on shoplifting which will cover extent of th proWem na tionally and locally whai penal cod says about sbop liftine how when whv operate precau tionary measures laken here and elsewhere and the perils of prosecution By JOSEPHLVE B McMEEN Brother is watching you You may no recognize him in this ominous Orvellian allsee irteye role Normally you thini of him as the genial store man zzcr or friendly clerk or the busy siocfc boy But if youre one o shoplifters he has his eye out for you In fact of the 12 Hunting don merchants interviewed for this series recently told their sales people Even person who walks in his store is a po tential shopiiner Keep that in mind Both of them shook their heads sadly when reporting this cautionary comment One said I hated to say some ofmy employes lojoked shocked shoplifting is a problem we must face and work to com bat all the time Shoplifters are annually milk ing the retailers of the country of astronomical sums of money They are tired of it As one manager of z Huntingdon store put it Ive gotten the word from the higher ups and its do something NOW about our losses from shoplifting Yale Law School professor Fred Rodell in a review of a Karl Menninger book on crime and punishment says that two biIion dollars worth of mer chandise was lightfingered out of stores last year When we quoted this to a Huntingdon store man he said Thats a light estimate Four Every Second Chain Store Age magazine states that supermarkets lose 310 million dollars to shop lifters every year On the na tional scene four items are stolen every second 312000 every day Shoplifting accounts for 41 per cent of all super market shortages And in a sur vey of 12000 retail stores in 34 states 73 per cent report shop lifting costs higher than five years ago Whats the situation in Hunt ingdon Managers of all types of re tail operations in Huntingdon were asked this question in re ference to their losses and all agreed emphatically Shop lifting is a serious problem The degree of the individual re actions depended on how pre cisely they have figured tosses what they sell and where their stores are located and com Continued On Page Two The Scouts are chosen by sPKUve dutie3 their units and their leaders to I A lunch is planned for Lhe the various their sponsors at Hotel Penn Hunt at noon with through impartial selection forJudge Heffner serving as the luncheon speaker At 1 pm both names and offices Activi ties Chairman Ciampa stated Continued On Page Fifteen Choir Sets Concert Juniala College will welcome its touring choir back to the campus on Monday February 10 when the choir after a ten day tour of Pennsylvania Mary land and New Jersey wall pre c sent its annual homecoming Barbaras harbor brown blob of oil ashore were concert for college and area and ilcked at lt5 Winds Push OU Slick Into Resort Beaches SANTA BARBARA Calif j Weather Bureau said the brown ugly oil winds that pushed the residents in Junialas Oiler Au ditorium at pm The program presented by the choir according to Director Bruce A Hirsch assistant pro fessor of music will be essen tially the same as that given in the H lour performances with possibly two or three secular numbers added The tour pro gram features a range of music from the splendor of Vivaldis Gloria to the rhythmic Ezek iel Saw de Wheel and includes Continued On Page Eighteen glistening beaches Pushed shoreward by souther ly winds oil from a fractured offshore well washed into this resort Tuesday night The harbormasters office ordered the owners of 750 fishing and pleasure boats moored there to stay away from their craft because of the fire hazard State and federal officials worked through the night mapping emergency measures to try to mitigate the damage There was no immediate relief in sight The US expected to continue today Crews of the Union Oil Co fed tons of oil a viscous substance that hardens like into the well in an effort to contain the pressures that were forcing oil into the ocean at a rate of 500 barrels a day We cant set a definite tine for containment was the dejected prediction of a Union spokesman Until Tuesday the oil damage to Californias coast was confined to a seven mile Continued On Page Fifteen   

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