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   Daily News (Newspaper) - February 8, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                CLASSIFIED AM DIAL MISS CLASSIFIED 643404O or 5424641 State Lib VOL 48 MINE CENT PEE COPT HUNTINGDON AND MOUNT UNION PA SATURDAY FEBRUARY 8 1969 Phone 6434040 NO 8 County Has Murder Oh Its Hands Area Holdup Dies Lecturer At Key Biscayne After nearly three years Huntingdon County today has a murder on its hands Fortynineyear old Wallace R Foster of Alexandria RD died early today in Conemaugh Valley Hospital at Johnstown the victim of a severe beating received during a robbery at a Waterstreet service station 27 days ago Jan 12 Foster was near death for nearly a month at the hospitals nlensive care unit Three days ago noticeable changes for the worse were noted and yesterday lie was listed as extremely crit ical He died at 1 am today The Morris Township man at endant at the all rughl Mike DeVore Gulf Service Station suffered a depressed fracture of the skull with brain damage when he was struck over the lead with a long piece of concrete reinforcing steel rod State Trooper Thomas J Ru F Clifton While national ly known political analyst and public affairs advisor will lec ture in Alumni Hall Juniata College Tuesday evening February 11 at His top ic is the future of the politi cal parties of the seventies In Appalachia Study Lists Six Areas To Develop WASHINGTON UPI The Economic Development Com mission Friday released a stud which detailed six key develop ment opportunities along the egg officer in charge of the in vestigation noted today that with Foslers death the case changes from robbery byviolence fo homicide We have a mur der on our hands If Foster knew who struck him it is believed he took that secret with him to his grave While every effort has been made to solve the baffling crime Fosters death today gives po Drilling Stops Nixoii Has Work Rest Weekend KEY BISCAYNE Fla UPI sleppedup administra tion activity in Washingtonthis week PresidentNixon relaxed in semitropical seclusion today with his two top foreign policy advisers In a palm tree and hibiscus setting beside Biscayne Bay the Chief Executive talked over a nolso placid array of interna tional problems with Secretary of State William P Rogers They were expected to remain here through the weekend examining and exploring infor mally the prospects for pro grass in such stubborn crises as lice an entirely new perspective Vietnam and the Middle East Mud Used To Slow Oil Leak SANTA BARBARA Calif Union Oil Co rammed tons of congealing mud down its runaway offshore today hoping to stifle the damaging leakage ol oil into the Santa Barbara channel Company President Fred L Hartley said there was a 75 per cent chance the well woule be sealed before dawn eliminat ing the sourceof an oil slick that has deposited tons of black goo on the sparkling beaches 01 this resort community We are using he heavies mud to plug fh leaking well I have ever heard of Hartlej said Friday o Sens Edmund Muskie DMaine and Alan Cranston DCalif Another spokesman for the Firm said fhere are strong indications the well is cominj under control We wont have any definite knowledge unlil daylight he added Without explanation Ihe flnu of oil that has affected 30 miles of Southern California coastlin in varying degrees slackenec Eriday before oil crews coiilc resume operations halted fw days by bad weather t Thp sush of raw pelroleun that began Jan 28 droppec from an estimated 2100 on the case now they are in vestigating a heinous crime Hundreds of hours have alrea dy been spent on the probe and police today pledged no letup in the investigation until the ease has been cracked While many never realized it the killing of FBI Agent Terry Anderson of Camp Hill during Under the almost casual cir cumstances there was no agenda no secondary circle of experts or stacks or working would come later as Nixon went deeper into plans for his fivenation European tour beginning Feb 23 Presumably discussion of the crunch problems Vietnam the Shade Gap kidnaping case and the continuing ArabIsrael was Huntingdon Countys last war against the Huntingdon homicide Anderson was killed from ambush by a shotgun blast ment opportunities along uie iTftd b w ilYi am D Hollen Appalachian Thruvvay fhe kidnaper of Peggy Ing from Cumberland Md northward o Cor 11 and NY The study developed by Rust Engineering Co Pittsburgh for the Appalachian Regional com mission said completion of the highway could generate two and a half times the growth proj ected in its absence It said the six projects feasi ble because of the highway were planned community in the IthacaElmira NY area vacation home community on Little Muncy Creek in Ly coming County Pa Continued On Page Ten baugh barrels per day to about 1200 ContinuedOn Page Two background of the Presidents coming trip to Brussels anc NATO headquarters London Bonn West Berlin Paris and Continued On Two Lawyer Says Sirlian Did Fire Shots LOS ANGELES UPI De Because Of Secret Air Of Optimism In Peace Talks PARIS fUPI An air of guarded optimism breathed into the Vietnam War talks today fol lowing disclosure US and North Vietnamese diplomats are holding secret meetings outside the regular bargaining sessions Conference observers said the disclosure altered the basis of evaluating the progress of the talks which became publicly deadlocked soon after they began Jan 18 The observers said the public sessions with Iheir often hitler attacks upon the United States and its Saigon allies by the Traveler Warnings Are Issued JO To Have Visiting Lecturer Dr John R Reitz a membe of the Scientific Research Siai of the Physics Department Sc eiitific Laboratory of the For Wptor Company Dearborn Vlicltigan will serve as a visi ngTedurer at Jumala CbtlcgE Tuesday and Wednesday Feb ruary 18 and 19 He will visit under the auspic es of the American Associatio of Physics Teachers and th American Institute of Physic as part of a broad nationwid irogram to stimulate interest i ihysics The program is now i ts twelfth year and is suppori ed by the National Science foundation The American Association o Physics Teachers is one of th seven member societies of Ih American Institute of Physic Other member societies are The American Physical Societ Optical Society of Americ Acoustical Society of America the Society of Rheology Ame ican Crystallographic Assoc ation and the American Astr nomical Society Dr Reitz will give lectures Western Pennsylvania pre Commumst delegations must rf M t hes Q Minrvs n 3 lUO fense attorney Gran Cooperj now be viewed as a propaganda platform ami that the substan tive bargaining is taking place often has conceded Sirhan B Sirlian fired the shots that killed Sen Robert F Kennedy Friday Cooper went farther outside the conference room snow today as one of two slorrr systems headed eastward out of the Midwest The midwestern storm left an n Primary Balloting On May 20 Terrizzi Seeks judgeship Nod Attorney Morris M Terrizzi of Huntingdon today announced hiscandidacy for both the Re publican and Democratic nominations for the office President Judge of Huntingdon County n the primary election May 20 In declaring his intention to ile on the primary ballots of both parties Terrizzi stated The office of judge is one vhich by its very nature should e executed on an impartial lasis Our laws in Pennsylvania lave wisely recognized this fact y providing that candidates or this office and this office alone may seek the nomination of more than one political parly My decision to take this ac ion in the primary election has een prompted by my firm be ief in this proposition and the support of both Republican and democratic friends A native of this county Ter rizzi was born January 22 1918 a son of the late Mr and Mrs lharles Terrizzi of Shirleys mrg On March 14 1942 he was married to the former Jean Dougherty of Huntingdon They are the parents of six children Vlidiael 25 a high school teach er in Guys Mills Pennsylva nia Mary 23 married and an employee at tiie Pennsylvania State University Sarah 19 narried and residing in Hunt ingdon Elizabeth 17 and John 15 high school students resid ing at home One child died in infancy Mr and Mrs Terrizzi are the grandparents of three s On Page Ten Lock Haven President Will ttetire LOCK HAVEN Pa UPI Dr Richard T Parsons presi ent of Lock Haven State Col ege for 26 years will retire rom that position in July of 971 His planned retirement was announced at a meeting of the ollege Board of Trustees Parsons a native of Lock Haven received his degree at he college afler an earlier jraduation from Mercersburg Academy He taught English In high shools at Port Marion Pa anc iayetle Oily Pa before join ing the college staff as an Eng Continued On Page Ten MORRIS M TERRIZZI Bloodmobile Unit Visit Is February 13 Although February is regarc ed by many as Heart Month is also a good time to share gift from the heart that o blood a lifesaving fluid hold informal students and meetings with assist faculty J A diplomatic source close lo jnch of Qn Omahaf Neb and told a potential juror hejboth the Communist and Qes Moines Iowa Friday doesnt expect Sirhan to be i delegations said Friday there ni nt bul was threatening acquitted has been no breakup of snowfaus as jt headed Cooper made the statementlbehindthescenes conversationsj while questioning Clarence Yaw between American and North an oil company employe under consideration as one of six alternate jurors in the trial of the 24yearold Jordanian Arab The trial was in recess today for the weekend with no Vietnamese negotiators Neither the US nor the North Vietnamese would con firm the report A heavy snow watch was issued for Western Pennsylva nia in advance of the storm with up to eight inches expected in Ihe higher elevations and six members with curriculum and research problems Prof Wil fred G Morris chairman of blie Department of Physics at Juni ata College is in charge of ar rangements for Dr Reitzs visit Dr Reitz is manager of the rtiysics department of Ford Mo Continued On Page Ten contacts an agreement was indication how much time between Hanoi and It was through such secreiinches in Ihe lower elevations There was a threat during the predawn hours of tornadoes i w irfi AlUli 3 be needed to finish selection of Washington diplomats to expand from east Texas to southwest the alternates Ihe 12rmemberjbe lalks lo incillcle Ihe South j Missouri as turbulent thunder jury which will hear the casej Vietnamese and Viet Cong already has been chosen We do not expecl a not guilty verdict Cooper told The United States has long favored secret talks to resolve the deadlock in Ihe official Yaw and then explained thatbargaining sessions and recently Continued On Page Ten Continued On Page Ten Student Occupation At Chicago Nears Climax University of Chicago student rebels broke thruigh security police Friday and screamed racist pig at a disciplinary oficial meeting with a demon strator Tlie university indicated1 it was thinking about calling Chicago police to end a 10day occuoation of the administration building About 300 blnck and white stirlenls disrupted 20 classes af the University of Wisconsin Friday chanting Strike strike close it down in an attempt to touch off a general student strike Some 125 black students at Harvard University walked bilo the opening lectura of a new course dealing with ways lo curb urban violence and said lo fhe instructor Riots are one of the few instruments of power available to black people in this political system1 The instruc tor said he was willing to drop the course Pushing shoving and scream ing at the 8600studcnt Univer sity of Chicago broke out between 25 demonstrators and three university plainclothos men standing guard as Dallin H Oaks chairman of a special faculty disciplinary committee met with a demonstrator in the basement of Mhe law school building Continued OB Page Ten storms churned up from Texas into parts of Louisiana and Arkansas Winds of 50 miles an hour or more raised clouds of dust and fanned prairie fires out of Continued On Page Ten Huntingdon Young Man Hurt In Crash William D McCIain 23 Sal ina Drive Huntingdon was re leased from the J C Blaii Memorial Hospilal last even ing after being treated for back injuries suffered in a oneca accident early yesterday morn ing State Police reported the crash happened at am on Legislative Route 31032 abou 200 feet north of H awns Bridg in Juniata Township McCIain was operating a Chev rolet Corvette the lime and lost control of the car on a curve He ranoff the roadwaj and dropped over a 15foot bank The vehicle was demoUshec loss beiot sat at Arabs Lob Shells Into Israeli Unit Sovietmade artillery and mortar shells smashed into an Israeli unit patrolling the west bank of the River Jordan an Israeli spokesman said today The Israeli troops fired back across at Arab soldiers dug in on the opposite bank in Fridays fight the spokesman said No Israeli casualties were reported Earlier 1000 Arabs staged a noisy but peaceful demonslra lon in the old walled city ol Jerusalem annexed by Israel following the Middle East war The demonstration was the latest in series of antiIsrael protests which swept Israeli occupied Arab territory hi recent days increasing tension in the area There were indications however that from an interna tional standpoint the situation was easing following Presiden comedonors during a fourhour risU of the bloodmobile from Johnstown Regional Blood tenter on Wednesday February 2 Headquarters will be Lincoln Grange Hall near Entriken from 3 to 7 pm Levain Fouse and his committee are proud to report that response from pros lective donors has been good Continued On Page Ten INSIDE THE NEWS Albert M Rung 6 Almanac fi Along The Juniata 5 Anri Landers 5 Classified Ads 9 Comics Crossword Puzzle 9 Obituaries 2 Nixons bilateral agreement to hole talks with the othei Lockhoff And Jacquish Couutians Are Tops In VOD Event The two top winners in th1 17th District ViFW Voice of De mocracy Contest are Kunbingdon County iDonaldFKingsley of from New Bloomlfield ohairanaii of the Vet erans of Foreign Wars program announced today that Miss B r e n d a Lockhoff 16yearold junior at Huntingdon Area High School was awarded first place in the eightcounty dis trict She is a daughter of Coun ty Agent and Mrs Harold Loek hoff 3004 Deanne Street Hunt ingdon The runner up in thedistrict Smash Twin Plots For Tet Holiday SAIGON UPI Na tional police arrested two Viet Cong suicide squads and smashed their plot to blow up po lice headquarters and a let runway at the US Airbase at Saigon South Vietnamese spokesmen said today National police Chief Co Tran Van Hai said the terrorists a woman and a planned the twin blasts for the Tel lunar New Year holidays later this month to influence the peace talks in Paris Their plans were aborted Hai told newsmen His men found the Viet Cong plotted to blast the runway at suburban Tan Son Nhut airbase worlds busiest at night The police seized a detailed base map prepared by the terrorists Hai said the suicide teams had buried six automatic rifles two antitank rocket launchers and explosives near the base fence In preparation for the strike Continued On Page Two a junior at Juniaia Valley High School Hes a son of Mr and Mrs John R Jaquish Alexand ria Miss Lockhoff was in the win ner of the VOID at fte local lev el in her school while Jaquish took the top honors in the con test at his school The VFW will present an en graved trophy to Miss Lockhoff Continued On Ten Judiciary Article Is Upheld In Destroying Secret Papers Pueblo Methods Are Criticized CORONADO Calif UPI A Navy secur ity expert has implied that officers of the USS Pueblo used illchosen methods to destroy val uablesecret papers before the ship was captured state Supreme Court citing tfce approval by voters of the new judicial article to the state Con stitution upheld the amendment Friday by a 61 vote The ruling came on a suit challenging the article as un constitutional because it took some judicial powers from the Supreme Court and gave them to the legislature Chief Justice John C Bell Jr writing the majority opin ion ruled that approval of the article by the voters last May upheld the validity of the amendment before it effective Jan 1 In a dissenting opinion Jus tice Herbert B Cohen upheld the suits contention that the Constitutional Convention was unconstitutional because 3 of Continued On Page Two Radio 9 Society And Club News 8 Sports 4 major powers on the Middle East crisis UN Secretary General Than hailed the Big Four agreement as an auspicious beginning in search for Middle East peace In Cairo however the semi official Egyptian daily Al Ahram today minimized Ameri cas approval of big power talks The move the paper said in Continued On Page Two Library Has Newest Recording Equipment Seminar Group Visits Capital And New York During a trip to Washington DC members of the Christian Citizenship Seminar for Youth from the Congressional Dis riet visited Capitol Hill and he o f f i c e of Congressman J Irving Whalley The seminar group visit ed both the House and Senate chambers loured Ihe capitol building and witnessed several committee hearings A trip toNew York also was on the agenda Those making the trip Don aid Barren Somerset RD 5 The L A Becghly Library on the Juniala College campus un veiled the latest in listening and recording equipment this week as the College put into operation a 14station listening area Tlie area located on the sec ond floor of the Library con sists of partitioned booths with six recorders and eight other stations with headsets for listen ing only Tlie project which was funded by Title VI of the Higher Edu cation Act was originally set up with the construction of the Li brary in 1963 but had to wait un til now for the equipment The area will be used by stu dents and faculty for all types of listening from music for en joyment to missed claw lee Lures Mrs Anne C Catlin di rector of libraries said that the equipment represented the lat est in its field The eight listening stations wil allow nine students to hear a single tape in additionto being able to use the sets individual ly Many of record albums owned by the College will be put on tape and stored in the basement Mthe library In ad dition be possible for faculty members to put certain tapes on reserve at the circu lation desk for their students use The equipment was installs by the C S Distributors o Camp Hill experts in the fielt of found and Bridenbaugh Martinsburg lD 1 Donald Eshelman Mar ihsburg RD 2 Joyce Feath rtartinsburg Jane Frey Cham wrsburg RD 3 Linda Susan rlenry Fayetteville RD 1 Hinton Roaring Spring RD 1 Gwen Honsaker Mar cinsburg Harvey S Kline Chambersburg Barbara Mapes Continued On Page Ten THE WEATHER warnings tonight and Sunday Increasing cloud iness today with high temper atures in the In lower 40s Cloudy tonight with light snow spreading over the area Low temperatures in the middle and upper 20sSun day cloudy windy and cold with light snow Total snow accumulations of 2 to 4 inches likely High temperature on Sunday 27 to 33 Monday out look partly cloudy and cold Capt John Williams testified riday the material aboard the ueblo could have been de xoyed in an hour despite the bsence of sophisticated de Lruction devices He said the ueblos staff had two hours to o the job Williams a member ot the ecurify staff of the chief o aval operations testified Fri ay before a Navy Court of nquiry into the Pucblos Capture by North Korea Jan 23 966 The inquiry recessed for the weekend resuming Monday He suggested if all else failed he classified documents should have been placed in one Continued On Page Ten Juvenile Court Held Judge R Merle Heffner pre sided at a session of Huntingdon Comity Juvenile Court yesterday afternoon and after hearing tes timony in the only case on rhft docket adjudged a Huntingdon boy a delinquent minor The jurist directed that the iGyearold youth be returnedto the Cambria County Detention Home for such a period of time as is necessary for the Hunting don County Probation Depart ment to complete a presentence investigation Final disposition of the case will be made when the report is finished probably Continued On Page Ten looking For Best News Carrier Hes Tops Hes TOPS Is that what you think of your Daily News carrier Put your feeling into words and send the letter about your newsboy to The Daily News Maybe youl win a cash prize of flOOO or would you prefer a six months subscription to tlie home town paper If your carrier is selected as THE ONE hellreceive a cash prize of Six p r i z e s will be awarded to Daily News carriers two in Huntingdon because of the largenumber of one in Mount Union one in Saxton one in East Broad Top andone in northern Huntingdon County and McConnellsUwn to James CreeJk Today is the opener In the Hes TOPS contest at The Daily News Mail your letter right off to Hes TOPS Con test The Daily News Hunting 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