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   Daily News (Newspaper) - February 20, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                CLASSIFIED ADS DIAL MISS CLASSIFIED frtt4040 5424641 ILY State Library Education Buildin Pa VOL 48 KINS COPT HUNTINGDON AND MOUNT UNION PAM THURSDAY FEBRUARY 201969 Phoue 6434O4O NO 18 Artillery Taken Marines Capture Vital Hill SAIGON Marines today killed 4 North Vietna mese troops and captured their heavy artillery a lop K hill overlooking the A Shau Valley Infiltration route half a mile frnni Laos IPI correspondent David Lamb reported from the scene that two Marines also were kiled and 10 wounded in the threehour bunkertobunker bat tle along a 6000foot ridgeline The Leatherneck action canoed the heaviest week of fighting in Operation Dewey Canyon a monthlong sweep in which 7000 Allied troops tried tn disrunt Communist control of the A Shau Valley Communist suDolics come down the Ho Chi Minn Trail through Laos to thei yaley near Da Nang The Marines have reported kitina 7SO Communists since he start of the operation inj January Marine losses werej reported as 70 killed and 312 wounded The US Command In its regular weekly reoort on US casualties said 197 Americans were killed and 1103 wounded during the week ended Feb 15j It said the total of Americans Continued On Page Sixteen OH Alias Question Overrule Sought In C5 Shaw Trial Sensitive Guard ThU sensitive guard is designed to improve thsecurity nf front line troops against camouflaged or nighttime in filtration The pwketsize electronic sensor is implanted in the ground where it detects vibrations caused by moving humans or vehicles up to 75 feet away and relays a coded warning signal to a receiver up to five miles distant Sixteen sensors can protect a 2400 foot perimeter Each has its own identity enabling immediate pinpointing of an attempted intrusion Writer Says Defendant Seemed Purged NEW ORLEANS prosecution in the day L Shaw trial asked the Louisiana Supreme Court today to over rule Judge Edward A Haggerty Jr who barred state evidence LOS hat the alias composed Eertrand when arrested two years ago The big whi tehaired dant himself was called witness jury UHM been removed from the court1Ke tne eve m the ot roomto rebut the alias He seemed purged George Plimpton is a Sirhan Calm At Slaying Scene US Seeks Return To 1954 Geneva Agreement On Viet Bodies Placed On Public Display Heart Fund Sunday To Be Marked Heart Fund Sunday is Febru ary 23 in the area ac cording to an announcement made today by campaign chair man Roy Hess of Huntingdon Chairman of the Sunday solid1 tation is Mrs Eugene Ellinger Captains for the houseto eration Square Radio Baghdad reported house canvass have been listed An eighth man convicted by Mrs EUinger as follows similar charges had his senjjjy SHC Board Huntingdon chairman Mrswee commuted to life impri Ellinger Mrs Joseph Mullin sornnent because he had cooper Miss Sally Gerlock Mrs Marjaceri with Iraqi authorities in garet Woodington Mrs Darleesmashing a spy ring the Black Mrs Kenneth D Wike broadcast said A ninth man is Iraq Executes 7 Convicted Spies BEIRUT UPI Iraq today executed sev en men convicted ofspying for Israel and put their bodies on public display in Baghdads Lib Mrs David Isenberg Mrs Don ald G Appleby Mrs Clair still at large but faces the same charges Leonard Mrs Harry Miss The executions were carried Kobin Ann Logue Miss Beth out in the predawn hours today Blair Mrs Charles Lang Mrs I only hours after an edited Cecil Cowder Miss Susan Ard rey Smithfield members oi Phi Delta Theta Sorority with Miss threeman version of the trial was broadcast over Baghdad Radio jand television The trial bv Budgetary Scheduling CT Items Eved out mail to business firms whose mail is regularly dis patched as holdouts on pfimarv cases There will be no delivery of mail by city or rural carriers Regular holiday lockbox ser vice will be maintained Show alter said Special dcliven ser vice will be provided Budge ary and scheduling Hoiday schedules for the col considerations engaged the ateciion veceipt and dispatch of of directors of the Southmail will be maintained Saturday Is Holiday At Post Office Washingtons Birthday Satur day Feb 22 will be observed as a national legal holiday by all US Post Offices Postmaster Blair I Sliowaller said today there would be no window service at the Hunting 1954 Genev rion Post Office on Saturdavi except that a call window whlch ended the be open for a period of nojhrench Indochina War more than two hours to handjand said there must be a mutual deescalation of the Vietnam War if Calling For Prompt End Of Fighting PARIS UPI The United States called to day for a return to the agree Continued On Page Twelve Escape Of Terrorists Defended revolutionary Huntingdon County Schools Feb 11 at the February session last tookplace Feb A later announcement Baghdad Radio said four Directors reviewed the presi civilians had been liaised in r budSet and macle a number prison and three Iraqi within the budget in had been executed bv firing to no overextend funds in Squad IlrU1gl3rW ralpanrv The bodies of the traitors now hang Aone of those executed or convicted was a Jew any one category The board voted to receive reimbursement tmi was passed to submit to DPI Reform Regime Is Confident tii c UPI He struck me asdefended today as due to bad ZURICH airport convicted was a Jen on the In Mhn maphmpmmnwi an Fl Milan 07 June M audit vasion night of Aug 2021 no who machinegunned an hi Ahuaii in ufaeh the Iraqi Also approved was the borone i Czechoslovakia expected airliner Tuesday looking over regime put the bodies of 14 rowing of funds necessarv to he nations brief experiment in the scene of the crime five day alleged Israeli spiesnine of meet general expenses until to last six days that r rrom Stock ithe state in April Continued On Page Twelve i Continued On Page Sixteen were not composed Hi reactiorTuTT hurricane had of sound and feeling seemed testimony In a series of crisp answers Berkeley Battle Police be denied he had been a Jnend OI tne questions and said he y a blank card in the l I ink iWeoneeaay Plimpton u s e a roc AS tnserpnnt room those words to describe his boIes and a Vnen Haggerty rulin tn policeman fcorst was telling there was an reaction Jamej L Alcock the 35year old diminutive assistant district attorney who is the states chief courtroom operative shouted for a mistrial The surprised pig a restof us given this ttff Of Conduct Of Crewmen incident also revealed that t Israeli security agent who shot and killed one of the attackers may face murder charges The surviving Arabs could be charged after investigation with attempted murder he said Militant students at Berkeley ignoring pleas by strike leaders Renberg courtroom10 disperse pelted police with riight 6 Molotov cocktail employe saw three Arab men and an Arab Pueblo Leader Will Tell Stor y CORONADO Calif UPI A sailor who far and today the nation showed at least measured confidence that it is here to stay The reform regime of Corn party leader Alexander Dubcek is still in power altoough a feuprogressive leaders have been demoted or removed from their posts Czechoslovak leaders sfill warn of extremists however iNo significant political arrests have been made Liberal principles are still part of the the U5S called the most party there is to be peace US Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge said the deescalation an absolutely essential first step And he impatiently rejected once again the Commu nist demand the Americans pull out of Vietnam unconditionally as a first step Backed by South chief delegate Pham Dang Lam Lodge accused the Communists of hampering the progress ol the conference by failing to make concrete proposals while insisting on demands they knew were unacceptable The United States belieyw that the essential elements trf Continued On Page Two AntiCrime Move Lottery Bill Given To House HARRISBURG UFI The House has received a twoMi package called by its chief sponsor Rep Max Homer D Allegheny a onetwo punch against organized crime One measure introduced by Homer Wednesday would au thorize limited wiretapping to fight racketeering The other would establish a daily lottery in Kloten Airport parking Continued On Page Twelve Letting UK truthj Continued On Pase Twelve Chemical Mace in the pitched rp eruption of heatedj ibattle with the demonstrators ml Uel3VS ilhp wilHpsf rnnfrnnlatinn vof Continue standing enlisted man during their 11 has been captivity in North Korea was called to testify at a Navy court of inquiry today in Pennsylvania in hopes at it Sunning numbers aperators program oul of Quaker City judge quickly denied il Continued On Page Twelve jtne wildest confrontation yet jduring the monthlong strike at ithe University of Californias Berkelev campus j Students at Wiley College in BERLIN were usually isolated from Marshall Tex took padlocks are unlikely to directly j the Pueblos officers Homer already has proposed He is Quartermaster lC Charles B Law Jr 27 Chehalis Wash The Koreans made Law leading petty officer of the 74 enlisted men Auto Hits Post Tree PHILADELPHIA UPI A lof flash fire swept a Norih Phila teii tai1 lassroom doors and planned interfere with President Nixons Six of the officers said o back lo classes todayvisit to West Berlin next unflinchingly took f A J C Blair Memorial Hos limited The government with theilegislation to IeSaIize backing of a united peoole ers game and Ux jt to urn5sh apparently is still determined needed revenues for the put into force the socialism Commonwealth with a human face of the concerned with stamP spring reform program out orSarazed and SS income today administrators Western officials said today rfpt Georges Birthday Big Sale Friday In tn u2 of the allNegro school eased But they said East Germanymen broke the C 1 i ive oer erpta tenement evening ki sons including a grandmother wiio leaped from a thirdfloor barricaded s tensions Students protesting probably would continue torules school policies and Williamsburg Mountain Road in Hartslog Valley 4 miles L i living harass tne Wests overland Law was held responsible nf Huntinadon lulwl severaccess routes to the Koreans for the behavior State Police reported that Lin indow arrd injured six others a DUlaings and classes nad city by delaying traffic afongall Pueblo enlisted personneljda Lee Loose 19 of W East Lavinia Grariy 40 was dead begn halied for two davs tne 110mile highway through i He was the only man permittedThird Street Wiiliamsburg was Huntingdon c on arrival at Temple Universi ty Hospital of burns and inju ries suffered in the fall Her rvo grandchildren Den nis 2 and Towarrda 1 were pronounced dead si Jo sephs Hospital The other two victims were identified tentatively 35 Harp INSIDE THE IVEWS i i it TiiiJiaiiiJivuic East Germany i direct access to the Pueboseastbound on Legislative Route j West German President HeuvskPPer Cmdr Lloyd M 31086 at am operating a irich Luebke was flying to and often relayed 1957 Ford coupe today na aboard a U s jBuchers wishes to the crew Was Fired She failed to negotiate a slight jleft hand curve and ran off the Ann Landers 6 Berlin Classified Ads 19 military plane for what was Comics 17 described as a routine visit Crossword Puzzle 19 Luebke was taking an AmerijLaw was subverting them onto tn borm The Wil Stock Market 2 Can plane into the cirj becausefired him as petty officer jliamsburg driver lost control as Obituaries 2 West German aircraft are Law was the first enlisted Continued On Page Fourteen Mercnsnfs in the HuntingdonJones 36 and his wife Ruth Society And Club News 10 prohibited from using the three man lo testify in the third and Bnopping district today made 40 iiacf the final preoarations THE WEATHER Variable cloudiness east portion and fair to partly cloudy west portion today Light snow ending east portion during the day Highs today in the west mid lo upper 30s East por tions upper 20s to mid 3fts Fair and cold Thursday night Lows upper teens to low Friday mostly sunny with highs in the upper 30s and low 40s Out look Saturday increasing cloudiness with seasonable temperatures tax Homer said Continued On Page Sixteen FrankJin County Boy Jailed For Murder CiLVMBERSBURG Pa UPI 17yearold Franklin County youth has been charged with murder and remanded to the county jail without bond Nobel M Peck was arraigned Wednesday in the slaying of Jack L Baker 21 a friend of his mother Baker was fatally wounded at Pecks Greewastle home when Mrs Anna Peck 35 and he returned home from a party Tuesday night and an argument followed in tneir stores for tomorrows big shop pin extravaganza j This is the big one This is the one hat s Wait for all year long This is the annual Washing tons Birthday Sale snd this yesr it promises to be even bet ter than ever according to Jos eph Boor chairman the Hunti ingdon Merchants Committee From 9 am until 9 pm orn Friday the stores in Huntingdon vil be filled with the most The heart of the Huntingdon County comproblems and the section on unusual and hard to believeprehensive plan volume containing and plan development was placid JS3V5 is crammed full of ad ne hencls v en i sing giving just a of the exceptions tri will be available all day fi area shoppers MI this week rhe rneruins development PI r n jvo Countys Comprehensive Plan Reaches 2nd Stage The volume contains 239 pag planning commission membersjditron to foldout pages contain small last evening The complete edition is colored keyed diagrams buys to be available for distribution within a week the narrative in tribution within a week Tne second volume of uity Through Conseiration con msin features are the corn plan the plan Through 1983 The narrative itself is inter u j t h contains the basic datacommunity facilkies plan a recan Huntingdon merchants j2nd gives in detail specific recration plan a large section in wh e that fmhrnaH fho rntinHr 82 determined to see e Stopper gets exceptional for broad generi which the county has been seg development of Huntingdon men ted into ten planning re igions with similar development a capital improvements containing 116 specific in Tecommemied pri On Page Sixteen Conferences Scheduled the Nixon To Meet Ordinary Men And Women On Tour WASHINGTON UPI In a dram a tic public speech planned by the v rt break with tradition President Nixon plans toliEresidenlr is in Jhe Methodist Charge will hold indimppt A Siemens factory m West Berlin vidual church conferences lmeet ext week with the ordinary men and thousands of Siemens The first conference will of Britain Germany Italy and France as i employees are expected to hear held on Sunday February 23 at the Allenport Methodist Church at am and at the Shirleys burg Methodist Church on March 2nd at am The final conference at the h V T A u rvr cerned that his 40 lo nO hours well as royally presidents prime ministers andjhim chancellors Disclosing this Wednesday nightauthoritative sources fT15 wicourse ihat tho ic send oljt invitations to betweenarrival He has instructed the that the President is Gap Church is scheduled for March 9th at am During the conferences a re port will be given by the pas tor the Rev Luther E Frazier Laymen who wish to offer con structive suggestions for a more effective ministry will also speak A questionnaire will be used Continued On Page Fourteen very nature might he less than states and governments by their very nature might be less than fully dimensional He plans therefore to meet There will be other public USstatements and speeches of course principally upon his i arrival at airports where with writers com men la tors j Nixon will not have these critics businessmen trade chats is Brussels union leaders students and others at closed tea and coffee sessions in London Bonn Rome and Paris 10 and J5 people who will protocol calls for replies to represent a fair crosssection of j official welcomes by his hosts Private talks will be a feature of Nixons getacquainted visits with Europes leaders In nonEnglish speaking countries only interpreters will be pre sent Staff members and others in the Presidents official party of some 20 or so will stand by until called in to join in the Continued On Page Fourteen their countrymen the sources said Crowded Schedule The only capital in which apparently because of the crowded nature of his schedule there Significantly the one major Shop Huntingdon On Friday For Birthday Bargains   

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