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   Daily News (Newspaper) - February 17, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                CLASSIFIED ADS DIAL MISS CLASSIFIED W34040 or 5424641 VOL 48 ILY NEWS VINE CENTS FER core HUNTINGDONAND MOUNT UNION PA MONDAY FEBRUARY 17 1969 U S Pushes Mutual Troop Withdrawal Victim Critical Coimtiaii Is Held In Stabbing PARIS UPI The United States is steppon this point Thursday in hope ins up its campaign to set North provide a basis to agreement in Vietnam talks for mutual A Mount Union young man drawal or troops from South Vietnam Western Lodge already has told theAugustine Melvin Glass Jr riinlnmatircmirnps cnirl Viet Cona and North Vipinaof 13 ii Viet Cong and 13 West Sherman Street is mese delegates hat if theyibeing held by Lewistown police to the withdrawal olUoday on serious charges diolomatic sources said today They said this will be main effort of US negotiator la3t Tnursdays session there agree Henry Cabot Loose be np conference progressHanoi days weekly talks session ua United States and its i elements from South Sunday morning in which a the sources said the unilaterally witlidrawlhe United States also would Miff tin County man was crit ral issueis part of an Allied flpm Sout Vietnam jbesin pulling otit jically wounded program to intensify a drive was expected to zero in toward military deescalation of the war American official have ex pressed interest in a Viet Con hint last week they may be wiSlinj to discuss military issues first in the talks rather than concentrate on political matters j Tne VieS Corus delegation i leader Trail Suu Kietii said in Phone 6434040 Reds Destroying Tel Truce On All Fronts Held THE WEATHER Mostly cloudv todav to ij In Saigon President Nguyen Glass was apprehended at Van Thieu of South am today in Juniata Courti talked Confidently of victory injty after a 31hour search of the a Sunday speech He said the area by law enforcement agen A nnro in I Allies were winning in Heighten Fenrt In Isolated City Alexandria Firemen Are Praised TheAlexandria Volunteer Fire niaht and Tuesday oattlefieWsthere is no reason Lewistown Chief tf Police LeeCompany isnearly debt freei dav mid 30s to low 49s Lows t US De QetC3ted at toefLyter said today that Glass is despite the fact a new fire stal Monday nkht uuutr teens to ictmfprence able being held for aggravated asMwn worth has been inw Hioh Tiiisriav iri The Communists are losingisault and battery and much of it with free1 A l rTi i m Smih Vietnam There is intent to kill jlabor oils to raid Ws Oullook for rea5on inev can win in The one victim of the assault The firemen were praised for Wednesday little change lTnmi said Charles Carolus 2 Lewistown outstanding work on the RD2 is listed in critical project Saturday condition today at Lewistown at their 29ih annual bani Hospital The GranviHe TownJQ11 held at the new structure ship man suffered a stab wound More than 100 members their of the stomach ladies and guests attended the victim of the stabhaPPv occasion bing is Joseph Elliott 24 oi Toastmaster George Knott oft 104 Juniata Street LewistownIndiana Pa spoke briefly on who suffered serious stab Volunteer Service noting wounds of fhe left thigh He is that total participation is listed in fair condition at j necessary in a worthwhile proj NATO TOUR President Nixons Itinerary J Britair Reds Add New Dimension To Growing Berlin Crisis jWestern richts of access to RFKs Bodyguard Crier Will Testify At Trial Today LOS AXGELEVrPiyTre nev Xe Barrow pantry o tne r nor Hots erupted in pandemo nium moment after Sen Robert F Kennedy fell mortally udsd Two employes srap eci with die btishvhaired BERLIN i UPI The Communists disputed I ihe same hospital ject Knott formerly of Alex Glass was taken into custodyandria and a volunteer fire st relatives at RD2 heightened crisis fear in the isolated city today Chief of Police Lyier said the papon a humiipi fe was recovered today Continued On Page Two I man is farm manager foi I Country Best Eggs Agmayi The latest rroossantia blast omvn miming u Fi f R added another dimension loscWand contended the Westernjkniie recovered loaay a5 Mle ullel auon h n5Ve Ireatiesj them to reach the city ana harassment and threats use of West Berlin as the site ofilio inside East Germany the West German presidential Western officials said that now the Communists German recently have concentrated their j hunting i p WSllllVll It jSchirms happy privilege to an nounce that the fire company is only in debt at present and election March o The official East Deut Surplus lu Roosevelt Crier Los Ans campaign against travel to i Berlin by West German elector al college delegates The Neues IDeutschlsnd editorial broadened the attack base to include the Dttmaste Troopers Investigate 3 Wrecks Route For Trip Starting with Brussels where he will confer with NATO a mortgage burning dinner is leaders President Nixons eightdav European visit will J take him to five allied capitals and West Berlin The presi dent will go from Paris back to Rome for his final European meeting with the Pope irnan b imnloves over tiie steel steam surplus of able He swati If ha leek quarter of THE department said u nearly ii billion Tl n o ban on firemen gave their personal Western Allies the United j Four vehicles including a wholehearted service to the States Britain and were damaced SI220 1JP i three Saturday accidents contributions are not enough Wnrirf rr jiigated by State Police of the Continued On PageTwo agreements Qijeofi Last German overlandilhe vehicles was parked planned in the near The modern fire station com plete with a huge meeting room and a fullyequipped kitchen required full participation by the firemen and today it is a State Case Hearing Climax model a showplace for community Knott emphasized that the jo g an ivii delegates wasjwas hit by the ruck i vsuea away 5 pau enabljnthe ation0 imposed SaiurdavBut Western person was injured in the1 acriing lor 0 ssid it did not affectmishaps i x usual traffic into or out The worst accident happened Berlin over the weekend lat pm Saturday on Leai estmes inr the prosecuJwi SS5S Germany with Roule tila oaay at Sirnsn s tnai tor tne founn quaner nc S1S7 expressed backing of the Road in Cromwell Towni for the entire States and Britain has vowedaiP five souti of Orbisonj election in the13 The move into he black ciL despite the Com Lftpy 33 of 47 East is pleased to announce that Mrs a So 6 bullion deficr in 967 waDllm5t warnings jWashington Street Struthers John R Brunner of 2500 Mv credKsd from Moscw northboundoperating side Avenue Huntingdon h a oday were Jesus on the flow of dollars placed ucnen hsiner at th ear ana maneuvers to harass Berlingrade for norihbound traffic atit e bursi of shot5 tnal or who talked with Sirhsn of foreign motor traffic and perhaps this ooini Her aDDointment Kennedv arly last June 5 while in the m A m e i c a n flights into the city through the The rirht rPar fell Jie reorsanization of the ser They were subpoenaed to Girl Scout C2 Director Appointed Hemlock Girl Scout Council Connally Will Be Key Witness j Allies Say Violations Total 170 SAIGON UPI The Communists are des jtroymg their own Tet ceasefire with scores of violations including a 480man attack this mor ning against US Mar ines 380 miles north of Saigon military spokes men said today They said the Communists fiave broken heir weeklong truce 170 times since it hccan am Saturday They said 12S of the violations came after he start of the Allied 21hour truce 6 pm Sunday The spokesmen said 9fi Riierrtllas Iwve been killed in the attacks since Sunday night M of he Communists dying on I he Marine barbed wire in todays predawn battle Charged Post The 400 Communists had charged the 9th Marine Re giment post afler first lobbing in mortars The Leathernecks lowered their artillery barrels to nearly point blank range and blew apart the Red charge Four marines were killed and 20 others wounded in that fight The spokesmen said Communist attacks since the opening of the Continued On Page Two i front of Six Lenten Services NEW ORLEANS The state indi cated today it will close out its trialwithinatrial Our Lord Speaks from The of the Warren Commission and its is theme conspiracy case against Clay L Shaw this week with the climactic testimony of former Gov and Mrs John B Connally of Texas The Connallys were riding in John F in the room Kenrsfiy delivered ns victory speech ST ths alifomis Democratic prssiden ial primary Perez told the zrann jury Continued On Page Five i wests air corridors too Storm Hits Southeast State Police Brass Is Mum On Girl Trainees The right rear wheel fell off tiie reorganization of the ser Woys car him to losevice unit structure of C2 today and were ready to izes Girl Scout services here from Houston where Senate Will Try To Cut Big Budget control of the vehicle The carrevitalizes crossed the highway with the in this area which is composed tonnaliy now practices right side strikinea fourfoot of troops in Alexandria anvised Jhem ba fie pn LPl The iaiu siriKJiis a lourioos ui uuops in to rcLcis lankonthe west sfde of the McConnellstown MarkIesSunday it would not be able icway i burg Aitch Hesston Mill Creek because of St Pniifc RnhprKHalp HnnHnprion sndiover witnesses unable to an i Senate Appropriations Commit of State Police said the Woy cariRobertsdale was damaged about Smithfield Huntingdon and lover witnesses pear earlier Mas niond v Go b Sen George N Cumberland the UPI imetning every girl A Plymouth sedan operated As service unit director Mrs 55 retired managing by Patricia A Thomas 33 Mai Brunner will head the service fjirector o International1 ajjnldn sa nlo nn riorui Dn tiir rltm tnim Innaflinr UilT Tt J Tne res 2 are and have been fore iOmepjeton Depot RD was damieam and together they here isaccifsed policewomen in places asaged S100 in an accident at 4 the responsibility of with Lee Harvey Wade R committee main goai for the Community Leoiten Services hi the Alexandria Petersburg area his year Six spscial services will be held with services alternating be the hvo communities The first service will be held on Ash Wednesday February 19 at pm in the Zion Lutheran Church of Peters burg The Rev Paul E Myers will speak on Father forgive them for they know not what they do The other Community Lenten Services will be on the five Sunday evenings of Lent All services will begin at pm February 23 at the j tar away as Singapore and m Saturday on Legislativeviding good services and proOswald and David W Ferric inlfufflclntly expenditures avoid theimpbsi acded to StaPnVe Hong as close bv 35 Route3L027 the Smith ValleygrarrT to the girls and leaders l9637 to murder jlion of a stateincome tax at and Pniladeiphia Road 24 miles south of this area The new director Kennedy He js nL charged Were going to look at all of j siriiCLon specificationsso like Ard ttle are not mere ton in act as liaison behsjeen theiwjtj murder oiily wiih plotting United Alex Shafer Continued On Page Two Presbyterian Church tlie Rev ilazud the South 035 y 53 up o 17 now fell in the meter maids they receive ex1 and saoiuon cotrain tensive training iri such a Chevrolet coupe apunit ocated acou 150 mils east o Interested women ns Carolina early today as apply just yet for tern This aUhuce is a trifle conBureau which is headed by the Jamison conference Willie Mae Rogers oyfusing in nght of the fact there Continued On Psss Five i Continued On became the first casualty of the counfain Carolina dormitory accommodations for areas as we2ponnProachin ihe opposite di The storm that dumped students of which 20 unit11100 fltWpririting 3nci She believed the on now through much of the shall be for use techniqueo to oe m the middle Apacnians was of future female trainees e were displayed ice where the car wa oper to OUCUK fe matter There are 21 women emated bv Keenie Merle Jamison lne comment s no comPfoyed in tne Pittsburgh Police r 21 Ma oleton Depot R D 1 Mucn oi tne Carolina ment Departments Missing Persons There was no impact bet outnern Virsinia ana Eastern TUi Di Tennessee were paralyzed ne violent storm the SiSi Registration Higher Than For cday wih freezing rain sleet Iain and snow inland Snow fell Irom the Carolina Mountains to Korthern Georgia and Eastern Kentucky and Tennessee Another weather disturbance Iroduced snow with some rain and heavy fog the eastern slopes of the juthern ard Centra Rockie In1 the High At Lararnie Wyo at least reopens S thethan we rounci ident SI Kavakava It is her job to oversee thej Continued On Page Five Nixon Aide Is Casualty WASHINGTON one news Troubled San Francisco College Is Opening Today Longtroubled San Francisco State Coilegeistudi pens today its registration down but higher Viole higher Violerice tudies and other demands grew until Gov Continued On Page Five Traffic Accifleuls Claim 12 Persons The second bombing in fouriback students iessened tension Officials Agree At both Wisconsin and Duke days occurred early Sunday at the school shattering 13 win of Buiiding Sunday Wiscon n Chancellor H Edwin Young appeared on campus television and said he endorsed the demand for Continued On Page Two INSIDE THE NEWS Almanac Ann Landers Classified Ads Comics Crossword Puzzle Columnists Editorials Stock Market Obituaries Society And Club News 12 ll governor Wade said but there will be special emphasis on education and welfare pro grams I If theres any fat or pad iding it will come out1 he add led The appropriations committee Embargo On Overseas Mail Is Rescinded A suspension of surface mail and parcel post to overseas points was lifted today by the Post Office Department Huntingdon Postmaster Blair iplans four full days of announced that the n I this week and because nearly settlement of the dock strike in B half of the Senate membership 6 i is on the committee the Sen 2 ale is in recess until Feb 24 black I Traffic accidents claimed iheldamage to a campus securityilhicf Ivas of at least 12 persons in officer driving past istude Pennsylvania during the week Gov Warren P Knnwlpvset u during nd according to a survey by visited pmted Press International the AdministrationoMcials agreed to some ofthetmore black studies and causing ear i militants demands most of teachers and black students He centered around blackjsaid 500 more black students n udents Duke vowed it wouldvouW te admitted to the Warren P Knowles561UP thefirst black studies by summer National in the Southr Nixon administration The onetime high school teacher quit her job as fate Of Four Americans Is Unknown President Nixons consultant on consumer affairs Saturday in the middle of a bubbling conflictofinterest controversy over her connections with the Good Housekeeping Institute Nixon apparently tried and failed to get the peppery Miss Rogers to quit her job as director at the institute and come on the federal payroll It was Miss Rogers job as custodian of the Good House keeping out to products advertised in the Good Housekeeping Magazine that raised the conflict of interest question 2 Africa the Middle East and the Caribbean The emoargo was 8 House however will resume its Sports Continued On Page Two New York City resulted in a lifting of the suspension Involved was inail to Europe placed on January 2 j called up to quell violence on The worst accident University of Wisconsin and Inday night on Route 60 eastltold them they might go home iau te GreaterPittsburgh Airj today At Duke University a some of its 545 bla Two young women were j negotiation session between and many white when two cars collided officials andjcalled for a boycott for black The 33000student University recent trouble last week when of Wisconsin had most of its some of its 545 black students supporters We are moving at Wiscon sin Young said and those Hho really care about black America will give us a chance to keep one demand transcends all others Continued On Paw Five Killed In Crash Pa UPI Pottstown man Edward Morgan 25 was killed Sunday when his car ran off a road and overturned in a field near here Police iaid Morgan ap parently lost control o his car at be drove along 23 Red Chinese Board Three Yachts Hold 15 Prisoners HONG KONG UPI Western diplomats today asked Peking for four Americans and 11 other persons aboard three yachts harassed and then apparently seized by Chinese Communist gunboats More than 24 hours after one of the yachts radioed They are boarding us there still was only official silence from the Chindse Communists on the fate of the 15 The yachts fell victim to the gunboats Sunday during a weekend cruise from this British Crown Colony to Portu guese Macao 45 miles down the Chinese coast Its almost a foreaooe conclusion that they are in Red But we just cannot say definitely will we hear from the other side a Hong Kong official said In Macao boatmen said they saw two of the yachts at a tiny Chinese Communist fishing village six miles northOf there Push For Information British French and Swedish diplomats whose governments have diplomatic relations with pushed far information Besides the Ameri man two women and 3 10yearold girl the other lost yachtsmen included three Swedes two Britons four Hong Kong Chinese a Frenchman and an Australian Amcncan sources said the Unitrdi Slates planned to make ils push during a scheduled Thursday meeting between US and Chinese Communist repre sentatives in Warsaw The United States and Communist China have no formal diploma tic relations Three other yachts carrying 10 persons bumped and Continued On Pace Five   

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