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   Daily News (Newspaper) - February 19, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                CLASSIFIED ADS DIAL MISS CLASSIFIED or S424641 State Library Education Building Harrisburfic Pa 17126 THE DAILY NEWS VOL 48 ror HUNTINGDON AND MOUNT UNIONPA WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 19 1969 Phone 6434040 NO 17 Israel Pondering Ways T o Retaliate During Holiday Bombers Hit Reds In Laos Magisterial District Assessor Terms Set Two Important Orders Signed By County Judge iniportcuit orders affecting every sec lion of Huntingdon County were issued day by Judge R Merle Heffner Pursuant to an order of the Pennsylvania Court Eastern District ihe jurist signed an order establishing four magisterial US sovirciistrifls in the 20th Judicial District Hunting Count v SAIGON dropped their heavies bom bsrdrnent of the vesr on c Communist position m Law SllPrenTe during the 24hour Allied holiday cesMire infonned ces reported today don The oneday wsscfire called in observance of To Sing In District Event Another 300 Judge Heffners action conj firms the recommendations of new year naltea Allied formcr Swirles L Himes ry operations in Nnnb nm he Huntingdon C o u n t y But source saia ai RojsrrJM Commissioners on the least oO Bo2s dropped more man and boundaries of the m ton of eAptosjves on the Ho maSisterial districts Cni Main Communist suppv IT331 that runs throuch Laos LEach nf the is 400 US lh thirrt Heffnws j order snows Each district will attacked tar nave one justice of me peace to be made a the Municipal Election on Tuesday May ai i Judge Hefmers second vital orderof the day decreed thn assessors in Huntingdon shall be elected at the May 20 balloting for a period nf two years only so that their Jenns will expire at the end of the year 1971 The action was requested by the Huntingdon County Board of Commissioners who also serve 5s the Huntingdon County Board of Elections The petition presented by At torney A Lynn Corcelius coun ty solicitor noted that an Act of the Assembly mandates that assessors in borough and town shins shall be elected in IK and everv four vcars thereafter New Baiik Post gets in Laos curing rhe truce the soives snid American air raids on Laos hive intensified substantially since the United States stopped bombing North Vietnam Nov Communist miluary comman ders used the Allied Tec ul to move iii a major fichtins force around Da Nstui US Marine inteSiijTence reivro said They said an assault could come within a ffw days Ai 75 US aircraft have been shot down over Lsos since the bombing hait sources said Moof ihe crewmen hsve been rescued they said At rhe eajre of War Zone D mboui 26 miles northeast of Ssigon US sir cavalrymen Continued On Page Eleven Bad Weather Hurts Search For Plane HAWTHORNE Nev UPD Ground parties some on skis or j snowshoes battled rain and heavy snow today searching for a Dlo airliner which vanished with 35 persons on a gamblers flight The twinengine plane similar Ho the C47 which served as one of the workhorses of World War II disappeared in a snow storm shortly aticr takeoff front Hawthorne Airport at am Tuesday Its route varied from sleet sweDt barren Nevada desert r i juimi miv kjxvn country to She UOOOfooi u he centralWest I of the Htcn Sierra where heavy P1n riirtrnc in snow continued to fall record pack ilia has JANE BLASKO Tussey High C Has 3 Coeds In Chorus Three Tussey Mountain High School students two seniors and a junior have been selected to JAMS BROWN some ski areas to close ern District Chorus Festival lo m held at Weslmom Hilltop forced Hish School on Thursday Fri Bodyguard L liable To Save RFK j LOS ANGELES assigned to protect the life of s man who may be the next1 president of the United States You stay i his side for weeks You put his life before your own And then one nicht he hops a platform and surges off to a mob You help his wife wn and hurry off in his reciion You near popping like Jloons exploding And when you get to his sids s fXi late Hs has been ortally wounded and there is nhtrg you can do You dive at e killer and smash him twice the face but you haven ved Robert F Kennedy j Bill Barn 41 a strapping rrner FBI a cent did nor tell it at way the murder trip of rhan B Sirhan but his tragedy j as between the lines I R ROBERT McCOY McCoy Is Manager At Mount Union I It was pointed out that in 1967 R Robert MoCoy of i5 Hol i Huntingdon County had o4 Avenue Huntinqtion hasi Isessors who still haa two years been appointed to the position of to serve In order to put Huntassistant vice president and iComiiuied On Page Tenl It INSIDE THE day and Saturday Feb 2022 The plane carrying 32 passcn Richard Shoemaker director gers and a crew of three WHS of music at Tussey identified operated by Mineral County i the three as Janis Brown Rob Airlines which also Jane Blasko Broad business as Hawthorne iVevadaTop City and Mary Young Todd Airlines Miss Brown a senior at Tus Most of Ihe passengers weae scv is a daughter of Mr and tm the return leg of flight that MrsKlsseu11 a i n carries Southern California cusSireeL Robcrtsriale She is a tomers to a Hawthorne of ine hancichorus fu on an overnight 510 excursion Continued On Page Five MARY YOUNG Almanac 6 Along The Juniata 7 Ann Landers S Classifiea Ads 17 ComJcs Crossword Puzzle Columnists Exiitorials Stock Market Obituaries Society And Ciub News Sports manager of the Mount Union of fice of the Umon National Bank and Trust Company Tne appointment was an nounced by Maurice S Lansber ry president Crewmen Of Pueblo On Stand COR OX ADO Calif tupn men of ture Teachers Club Springs Nurses Club and was recently a member of Ihe senior play cast She will sing first alto with the district chorus j Miss Blasko also a senior isj a daughter of Mr and Mrsj George Blasko of Broad Top is a member of thej band chorus yearbook staff prom committee and is treasur Continued On Page Eleven Series Of Services Planned 6 2 o 121 a Red China Calls Ojj Meeting He replaces Rodney M ShuhzThe Navy sent the 83 who has accepted a position the USS Puebio on a spy 15 wuh the Pennsylvania State mission to the edge of a 17 Banking Department Shuitz will Communist countrv without f continue to reside ai 112 South telling them how to behave if Division Street Mount Union captured McCoy joined rhe Union Na That was ihe testimony of tional Bank and Trust Company three officers of ihe Pueblo in November iOwi after having before a Navy court of inquiry Continued On Paae inu tv 5mP capture off the coast of North Korea Jan 19S8 The hearing is in its third phase dealing with the conduct of the men in captivity fir Collese Hull Both Sides Prep For New Session Students At Peiin Camp Overnight PHILADELPHIA IFPI Nearlv lOrt students and non The first in a series of Lenten Following Arab Terror Attack On El Al Plane Trial Of Israeli leaders conferred intensively today how to respond to Tuesdays Arab terrorist at tack on an El Al jetliner in Zurich Switzerland US SecretaryGeneral Than I pleaded with the Israelis not to s r a e Is foreign minister j Judge Abba Eban condemned the raid as a despicable aiH of terrorism encouraged by le nient world opinion loward previous Arab guerrilla acts In Amman Jordanian spokes j men said Israeli and Jordanian troops biittleri for 25 mimiles in the northern Jordan Valley this morning The Jordanians suf fercd no casualties but it isj believed enemy Forces suffered some the spokesmen said Only one cnse i scheduled Ursenl Meetings lrial hiwrek t F b In Jcrusa cm urgeni mcclary Temi of Ihmingdon Coun ings of Israel s Defense Security civil Court and Commercial Aviation Sectir ity committees were expected The second committee was formed after Arab terrorists Starts shot up another at Dec El Al 1fl f m V tlle nf iVllliam Sr f t Bak lNmlh Mount vs Janet Tiffany and Airport da s laie i siRIied hy pejnsjlvania The attack at Zurich Airport piome Court Jmbe R Merle came as the airliner taxied Heffncr represented lhe Bakers down Ihe runway for to tlie time he was cle Suddcnly Ihe Arabs opened upjvated lo the bench and so he is with bursts of machine gunfire TOi permitted Lo sit at Uie trial that punctured the hull dozens n of times and wounded six Suit occupants An airline security s a damage suit the re guard darted out of the o a m which Frances and shot one of the terrorists was injured Siie was dead visiting the tenant Nov 20 Swiss authorities held the at 102 West Walnut Street cLher attackers two men and a Mount tnion at the lime she pending ormal hurl The landlorddefend Out Todav ant is being sued for medical hills wage losf and pain suf The planes passengers and mental anenish services for cnurches in th eto be flown out of Zurich today Attorney Warren RTVocum ta Tnree Springs and Saltillo areas j Credit for the attack was representing the defendants Continued On Page Ten will be held his evening in the Baptist Church Three Springs Arrangements for these pro grams during the preEaster period were made by the Three Saltillo Minisifirhim Scheduled for six successive Wednesday evenings each ser vice will begin at pm and on Good Friday from 12 noon ill 3 pm These Lenten services are planned February IP in die Baptist Church with the Rev Continued On Page Five Testimony resumed today students who campecI overnight s Covvber sp k j i betore a board of five admirals in College ai the lniveri Tu Fog Holds Deadly Cloud Fumes Blanket Town Eight Die Iwith four more witnesses sity of Pennsylvania said todayjrVilIlliiv fj m Llllted waiting to describe their nthev would continue their ortslr hev months in a Korean prison vhe university agrees tORlfhHrd Dellrlck Y S ammonia persons died and CRETE Neb UP1 A freight train ca Jeened into two lank cars in this farming com Tuesday loosing a deadly cloying cloud At Witness Table their demands at the witness table when Ben Orr a spokesman PARIS fUPH Allied and Communist neJacksonville the I Still todays session MWJ be Lt jg Timothy Harris March 12 in the B a p t i s I iMarch S in Hie former EUB 500 others were evacuated from their homes i 1 1 t i ti v in 1 1 I J 111 I y opened was to demonstrators said resident of rr Cliurch film Barabbas the I J 111 I y Fla conn Twenty cars of a 120car freight derailed and crashed info the tank cars carrying the ammonia harmless when e jury Kennedy leaped from a irt the Ambassador Hotel ereoy interposing dozens at sople between him snri his ivHijard Barry helped Mrs ie1 Kennedy off he three foot iitim and shortly thereafter eard the shots Todsv the jury was tn hear e testimony of George Pimp n co persona fnend o Bible School Preview Is Febrnarv 26 who egan pus joined wiih students from urc sacrament o oy omammonia harmless when m his story pcnn Haverford Swarthmoreimunion the Rev William J jected used as fertilizer but e Bryn Mawr U Salic VillanovajAjcdlock celebrant the Rev j deadly in concentraieri form and Temple university in the Merle S Cowher speaker The problem was compounded demonstration March in the United Methi by fog Uial prevented the fumes1 Orr said thev were protesting jodisl Church the Rev William jfrom dissipa ting 1 goliaturs worked privateiy today to prepare fov ThursciayF session of the stalled Vieinam talks today by CTO Gene with in tie optimism that a breakthrough was imLacy 37 Seattle Wash minent j Lite two other officers who Chances for concessions on1G5Lified beforehim Harris said and speaker Eighl xrsons were Either side or a major outside K advlce on now to compensation made in resij March 26 in the former tluee of tjl6n i diplomatic development suf ehsveu a tPrlsoner ot war dents displacement by the UniChurch music festival ifered Tuesdsv when Communist came MeCoiuiellslown Lenten Services Open Tonight mmniv r nnT P China abruptly called off a scheruied meetinE with US The HumuiEdon Count v Kennedys and author of the da School Association Sun representatives h 43 hours before just they were to behave as a before he was commis1 sioned when he was still in officer candidate school There he was told about the Continued On Page Eleven US sored Vacation Bible School preoccur who for Wednesday said Paper Lion notner of the men otinced on the 5foot4 Sirhan February 26 aijhe TnnitvUnit Tmediately after ihe shooting Rater Johnson 6foot4 tftjficd Tuesday he ined in the ciinmnti won the decathlnn nsmpionship in Rrme in Olympic Games diplomatic observers i Continued s official Code On Page Two US Secretary of State ed Methodist Church will teaWilliam P Rogers had said uai 109 ture the materials produced by constructive proposals would thirteen leading publishers of be nrcemed by the United church school materials States at trie Warsaw talks and Included will be the offerobservers here said Vietnam tfe ings from Herald Press Menwas almost cenainiy on the i Continued On Page Eleven Dateline Central Pennsylvania Concordia Choir Plans 4Part Concert Friday Paa J Christiaruen and his Psalm UO by Schoenberg and a ys Corcorda Choir will Christiansen arrangement of a varied program of Vaughan William For All lors music Friday evening Tne Saints will comprise the ebruary 21 in Oiler Hall at preimermission presentations Pm Pan Three will be the singing The concert i proErammed in Flower Songs by Ben was z linos t agenda j LEW STOWS Two Penn Negotiators expressed aisapState studenLs became the tar pomtment tne scheouled meetgets of an unprovoked nm at mg bati ocen callea oil tack e a r 1 y Sundav morning Tnore have been reports aong Rouije m m recenuy China was expressing Rockview State Po grcwir2 interest in the talks to hce are looking for tsvo men who Continued On Page Eleven passed the driven by PSU student Brenner 24 and his passenger Jarvis Tne unidentified car passed the Remember To Tell Firemen Where Fire Is McConnellstmvn Fire Chief THE WEATHER Fair to partly cloudy today tonight and Thursday Highs both days in upper 30s to mid 40s Lows tnnight in the 20s Fridays outlook variable cloudiness and continued mild jersons were evening February 19 at Trin Goori Fridav service will besients riding lhe fleighL Lun8ily United Church of Christ in in iho flimes killed lhe Sponsoring held in the United Methodist j thjs comjmmjty of 1i500 worship series are the into sixmes of Lincoln inchtirches of McConnfiilstown pjineisoutheast Nebraska Scoresthe United Methodist Church ICnurch from 12 the time being periods of meditation were injured Scores the the Residents Evacuated Authorities evacuated for the day will be Tne People i Around the Cross Subjects and speakers will be as follows residents and 500 persons were Tne Teachers and the Priestskept from their homes on the the Rev Mr Medlock The Diswest side of me town today as Continued On Page Eleven i Continued On Page Ten Wants To Cut Off Money To Schools State Solon Attacks Filth In Campus Publications HARRISBURG UP 1 Col the VW and came ta a stopilege students have been staging blocking the northbound lanesjtneir uprisings House Republi parts jamm Britten JTne openins part will include comPOJer Domino by Schutz Three contemporary songs by of the highway Brenner stated a bullet from a hand gun fired of the men struck the vwPenetrated the body met cans have begun a tax re volt and a Berks County Dem ocratic assemblyman has joined the parade with a campaign u j j against students who print ob a fire with which they needing the jpare lire andjas sccne and the them to do it ongsby BenRobert young reminds residents Penetrate te body met contemporaryoflne area when reporting3 and entered the trunk punc r assistance t h e Coopers are chs Lord of Lisei arranaeri Fetler Hmdemith and Samuel i should be sure in mention theUlrouShtHltlhe entire Central Dr Christiansen who also Barber will open the final grouplocation of the fire to the firejPennsyvania area for ranied Two Gregorian McloDr Christiansen will then demen men and ttieir car Tuesday afternoon Mci stown fire volunteers re Sfi94050 fedcr a call or help on aal grant for water and sewage I Juniata Gap areas of Logan ranged I wo Gregorian McloVr win men oemen ies 5 Sancttis and Agnus DeiSnt Inc audience with two car On T motet for double choir Be Weve Been A W h i I e Connellst bt Afraid by J S Bach will Awandering and Jesus Jeceived t the final number nn tnp firstSus Rest Your Head Glorifi brush firi the final number on the first sus Rest Youf Head Glorifibrush fire which threatened toifacilities in the Greenwood and cation by Christiansens fatheriget out of control Ssmuel Barbers Lamb of tne illustrious 7 Melius Chrisj The phoner evidently was out Township has been approved by The De Proituidis from I tContinued On Page Continued On Page Eleven Continued On Page Five Rep Russell J La M area ot Reading unleashed his attack on filth in campus publications Tuesday LaMarca delivered a floor speech in which he urged that the General Assembly think twice before giving more mon ey to colleges with administra tors lacking the backbone 1 am here to say that we halt obscenity His remarks were greeted with thunderous applause the likes of which has not been ac Ido not have appropriate mon cy for that sort of thing I am also here to say that we have got to fight this business of Church of the Nazarene and the United Church of Christ The opening worship service will emphasize lhe music of wiih special music selec prcsented by the church choirs and singing groups The Iemaining schedule will be as follows February 2BUnited Methodist Church March 5 he United Church of Christ March 12the United Methodisf Church March 19 the Church of lhe Nazarene March 26 the United Church nf Christ and April 2 the United Methodist Church Guest speakers will include the Rev Rayvon HilHard and the Rev Luther Heist Hosf pas tors for Ihe series will be fhe Rev Frederic Moore Ihe Rnv Rupert Gage and the Rev Ed ward Gobrecht All the services will begin at pm corded even Gov Raymond Puniversities and complete aca Shafer in his numerous addemic freedom We have got to dresses in the chamber Decries Obscenities LaMarea took dead aim at student publication at the Uni versity of Pittsburgh which used obscene language and fourletter words in reference to President Richard M Nixon in a recent issue I am not here to debate whether or not we should print those words LaMarea said do something about where our money is going We have got to stop just handing it out LaMarea said the obscenities appeared in of Alter natives which is not an offi cial university publication bul which was iprinted with univer sity facilities He Ronald Pease dean of students at the university Continued On Page Eighteen Approves Bequest WASHINGTON UPI The Interstate Commerce Commis sion has approved a Penn Cen tral request to discontinue The Spirit of St Louis and The PennTexas runs alter March 20 In iis application the railroad claimed the two passenger trains traveling be tween New York and St Louis Mo lost over SI7 million in 1968   

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