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Daily News (Newspaper) - February 21, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania CLASSIFIED ADS DIAL MISS CLASSIFIED 6434040 or 5424641 ILY NEW Library Building 17126 pa VOL 48 NINE CEXTI PBB COPT HUNTINGDON AND MOUNT UNIONPA FRIDAY FEBRUARY 21 1969 Candidate Mount Union About 350 At Pool Meeting Apfiroximately 350 interested citizens in Mount Union attend ed a public meeting last night to express their views on the proposed community swimming pool for Municipali iPark j Presiding during the session j held in the Mourn Union jHigh School auditorium was borough comicil president fioj bert Goodman i Also on hand to answer any questions were borough solicit or Attorney Morris Terrizzil and borough secretary Divert j Goodman explained how tiiei plans for the pool were formuj lated 14 months ago a survey taken and specifications were Director EMERSON E CRLM Crum Seeks Post Of Tax PALO J CHRISTIANSEN Concordia Choir Sin os Tonight Arab Guerrillas Explode Bomb In Busy Supermarket For Recorders Reagan Due On Campus Today Photocopy Equipment Is Needed Wilh some there iusL to a pig but most register and recorders office jsscreaming for Gov Ronald Reagans blood 3 being considered by the Hunt000 demonstrators ran wild across the Univer mgdon County Commissioners sity of Californias Berkeley campus Thursday Berkeley Scene Of Wild Melee yesterday to Tilev today or at 5140000 with continsencv aate for ihe IK nun a I ion for collector of Huntin si the Primary Election Tuesday May 20 Crum has been a meat cutthe bids ter and department head at th Huntingdon A P Supermar ko since 1944 He reaches th ate of 65 ui May and must re tire at that time Prior to joining A P Crum worked in the Shaffer Stores i Company meat department in Huntingdon from 1924 to 1941 A native of Saxton Butch has oxer 45 years of service in the chain store business He is a son of John R Continued On Page Seven and ex lev overturned police vans piece of stoned officers swore at the niacicregents meeting on jthe governor was to siiow up at the concluding meeting and tossed back tear gas jcanmsters fired at them by allowance When A varied program of choral The new machineTsfully aiiP01106 were opened at the music in four groups will be omatic and selfcontained Th Continued On Page Seven v erclict Is Reached Iii Civil Trial given from the music of Schutz to the Twentieth Cenjplace the original and press ai tttry Among the numbers willj button the machine take mob Trio Pleads Guilty In Burglary men be arrangements of the Man Pleads Gtiiltv In Fatal Crasli A Harrisburg man guilty to involuntary man slaughter in the October 25 1S63 traffic death oi a Shad Rr rector who for almost three decades has built the choir to worldfamed proportions From Moorehead Minnesota the choir has been touring the Eastern part of the country Huntingdon County Civil Court i Last Tuesday night they saiig j closed for the week late yeslerjat Canute Hall in Xew York vh j njeh in Buffa j the only casejxy They will in Pitts1 buigh tomorrow evenins omorto ot Cambria County presided spec Huntingdon has oeen a favor ally at he trial and for the Concordians as the verdict at pm have been here several the jury of four men and eighttimes before Tne series of conj women had deliberated twocerts has been cosponsored bvi jhotirs and fifteen minutes I St James Lutheran Church nleadecT U R damage suit involi Continued 0t Page Twelve I vine Villiam Baker Sr riijover from there The pholoeopyer would re Continued On Page Seven THE WEATHER Cloudy this morning be coming partly cloudy this afternoon and mild loday High upper 30s io low 4ls Fair and little change in temperature tonight Low in 20s Saturday increasing cloudiness and a little warmer High in 49s Out look for Sunday mostly cloudy and warmer with chance of rain developing by evening North Jefferson Street Mount lr Union and his wife Frances r Baker plaintiffs and Janet Tif Gap mother and cinttgnier aurfany and ne brother John C ing arraignment court WednesAppleby 119 West Water Street oay morning in the FranklinMount Union defendants County Courthouse j The jurvs verctlct was in fav Arthur T Jefferson 32 ador of the plaintiff William Ej in the amount of n favor of his wife Baker in the amount Father mitied he was guilty oi negi Baker Sr gent driving causing the and sion which resulted in the Fr3nccs E deaths of Mrs Helen Ruth of Shaw Defense Is Starting Today NEW ORLEANS UP1 Clay L Shaws all of SlilflPFlli Jiciji i t tri i nonstudents counties pleaded guilty radicals and street Huntingdon County Court from Berkeleys hippie to burglarizing a saw nity They ran into the streets of Berfeeley wtere they smashcd windows and battered automo biles on adjacent streets Fifteen persons were arrested and 17 including four police men were injured Continued On Page Seven mili in Agency Directors Iii Session Morris Township last pendants lo burSlar Taylor said that a third charge lodged against the defendants receiving stolen goods will be nolle pressed Judge R Merle Heffner pre sided at the session and accept ed the pleas of Robert Wayne Kirrg 23 Bos 36 Mercersburg RD 1 Ttoy Eugene Barthalow 29 of 29 North FayeAte Street Mercersburg and Nathan G Barthalow 19 Hustontown Roy and Nathan are brothers State Trooper Nicholas P The directors of the Juniata Morgan was the prosecutor in Mountains VacationAgency met me case Tiie arrests followed recently at Motel 22 William Ejan investigation of the burglary Swigart Jr president was inof the sawmill set which is charge owned by Blaine Thomas Gor Representatives of the of Neertmore Loot was val ating local tourist promotionwed at about S75 and it included Shortway gasoline oil anti freeze and Association Juniata Valley Artools Much of ea Chamber of Commerce ancjiet Juniata County Development j Commission attended lfwt has the court was The group considered propps Judge John W Keller re leased Jefferson under nominal bond pending a oresentence in i j r bv the fm TUeSclay r atternoon E even witnesses Frankhn County jurist testified A second charge against Jsfjudae Smorlo started his 73 ferson tipsy driving was exminute charge to the jury ai pectea robe dropped by the i 16 yesterday afternoon find Commonwealth in the wake of the panel began to deliberate his pleading guilty to the more at pm serious ortense The three admitted in open set out today to prove his principal acas of Berger that they looled the saw the verdict to Calvin cuser is a notoriety seeking liar One of orothonotary m openchief witnesses was his father itional material An bhe had Shaw 55 a retired business proposal was presented by Bari the place on the previ man and for vears a New Dash Advertisers of State Colious Friday nieln ai Gor Orleans cultural and civicIe6e relating lo the rievelopjdon had not reported that inci leader is accused of conspiring of promotional materialIdeht to lice A1 to murder President John F Focusing enterjnct buildings Kennedy The kev stale included in the Juniata tea entenn storage bu Idmg to the conspiracy is Perry Mountains Vacation On Page Nine Russo 27 a Fulton Juniata1 salesman Tne defense Jaycces Seek Candid ales For Pageant The Alioonajavcees are All traverse juror have been cepting applications from can iordered to return at amdidates who are interested in in us and Mifflin opening The gouP completed program INSIDE THE NEWS hi Mount Union Birthday Sale Is Saturday Mount Union retail merchants r s been chopping prices1 this week in preparationfor in morrows gigantic George Wash in 7on Birthday promotion lrbelievable bargains will be offered during this traditional sals which gets underway Satur day morning at am Some store will remain open until nr ni 1 uv di i IIU el 1 t lllltlcoLtU III Ion March 25 for the trial of in the Miss CenStatcmeni to the allmale juryi arrangements for tie Restaur 1 Wsho which case before Judge tral Pennsylvania Pageant to be held Mishler Theatre the man whosays this is a liar will be conducted in cooperation r ConUnued On Page Seven joher civil j Smorto The Baker case was the result on notorietyseeking liar of an accident on Nov 20 fnr the oaseant will Huge Surprise i at Street Mount becin on March 15 at 1pm However ll now contends I Union a property owned by the and will hiheld aithP Pulied a hl1SesllrPrlfe oni uth onj saying will prove that ant Managers Workshop which Across examination by Truck Driver Faces Manslaughter Charge CHAMBERSBURG Pa on March 15 at 1 a property owned by the and will be held at the rh aotenaams It was alleged thatirneatre also Any girls between1 I ages of IS and 28 are on painfull and later was hospitalizrd and underwent surgery at LewistowrJ Hospital 1 ne Bakers sought Qarrjsotl rested his case Judge I Loudon last December reswlt Edward A Haggerty Jr said he ing in the death of two persons would read of Chambersburg woman andj testimony overnight and rule onDunevs 22yearold brother ithe motion today the 27th dayjinlaw Camaro Mc of the trial Keesport who was riding Continued On Page Twelve Continued On Page Twelve Davis Is ReElected Frsnk M Dam of 1106 Mount 9on pm and others will close Vernon Avenue Smithriekl af pm jHuntingdon was reelected last Merchant have been vhackevening for his ninth consecu fiv down prices for several year president of the Fii da OT all merchandise In Huntingdon Federal traditional manner as Georze Credit Lnicn j took the sx to the Davis was renamed to anoth cirny tree er threeyear term on the buvs of directors at the annual wise shopixrs ai aav 0shareholders mooting lielri lastj narrow Shoppers will be amazSaturday at the Elks Home CV at the ridiculous pricesHuntingdon has lota as 10 and reorgan1 vprcmert5 telling of just last evening for the newi d the H13I1V items offered year j to shoppers i Olhers elected o serve with Plans for this event were Davis ae John Heasterj niJs by the Retail Committee j first vice president Max Bren acquittal made by defense laughter by State Poliw s here attorney F Jrvin Dymond 1 Terf R I Thursday after Dist Ally Jima whlch crashed near Fort o 13 Ann Landers Classified Ads Court House Roundup 5 Comics 11 Crossword Puzzle 13 Columnists 6 Editorials 6 President Two Killed 33 Injured In Blast JERUSALEM A bomb planted by Arab guerrillas ex ploded today in a super market thronged with women and children Two persons were kill ed and 33 injured 13 of them seriously Police identified one of rha dead as a male student from Uruguay The oilier victim was a among a eiwvd in the Israeli sector of Jerusalem buying food before the Jewish sabbath Tno other bombs one the supermarket and the other near the British consulate in another section of the city were discovered by police One was dismantled by bomb disposal experts and the other exploded without damage g he explosion Ln the super don assistant cashier new tension to manager of the Alexandria Ofj r16 Easl already gripped fice of the Penn Central foars Israeh retaliation tional Bank was elected to suc ceed R Robert McCoy as presj ident of Ihe Huntingdon County j Bankers Association last ning A native of Bridgeville Les DEAN M LESNETT Couiity Bankers Elect District Atlomey Newfon CI Dean M Lesnett of Hunting iv rr HilrJ j i on an El AI IsraeM Zurich of apprehension ran through Lebanon where officials expressed dismay at the super market explosion The Beirut nett jomed tiie staff of the Internalional Airport with 18 FirstGrange National Bank of Arab planes destroyed was the Huntingdon in May 1959 Inobject of the last major IsraeU December 1964 he was named retaliatory strike manager of the banks 14thl Police Street office and then became between manager of the Alexandria ofsector of Jerusalem to prevent set up roadWodn the Arab and Israeli fice in January 1966 His career has spanned em ployment in null sevenj years as a state game pro Conlinued On Page Two clashes between Arabs and but by early afternoon the supeimarket near the King Continued On Page Two Wants To Avoid Gas Chamber Sirlian Offer Is Mot Acceptable LOS ANGELES UPI Sirhan B Sirhan is willing to go lo prison for life btit he does not want to take his chances with a jury of going to the 2as chamber I trniiscnpt of a secret session in The admitted killer of chambers at which defense Robert F Kennedy offered toCOunsel Grant Cooper asked for plead guilty In a charge nf firsla mistrial because of news degree murder provided he had of the offer to plead Ihe assurance there would begujity no death penally j Superior Court Judge Herbert Walker denied the motion Obituaries 2 V Walker rejecied the comThe judge also revealed that he School News Page 10 promise and ordered the trial personally was the source of Society And Club News 3 jto proceed jsqme of the information about Sports 61 The plea bargaining washe proposed change of plea On Slage Live 3 jofficially confirmed Thursday Cooper charged Walker with Supplement when the judge made public the Continued On Page Seven MIME PROGRAMY a s s Hakoshima Juniata Colleges theatre artistinresidence will present a professional pro gram of mime on Monday evening February 24 at in Oiler Auditorium During of ihe Chamber of Commerceinerrtan second vice his residence on the campus tiJer fie chairmanship of Luthj David Price secretary Earl through March 7 Mr Hako treasurer Emory Dellj him p honssl buys area to 2ocdassistant treasurer and officer residents assistant treasurer and office ln tne academic and visit Mount Union stores i mans ser and Anna Lover board extracurricular on Saturday member I campus life of the in the truck Miller Gets Top Spot In Kiwanis Contest David Miller Huntingdon I presentations on behalf of Area High School student was ciub the first place winner in the an nual Kiwanis Oratorical Contest held in the auditorium of the high school Thursday Second place went to Kalhy Maroney and the third place to Mike Finkle The three finalists spoke be fore an audience which consist ed of the student body faculty and members of the Huntingdon Kiwanis Club Norman J Smith high school principal was in charge of the introductions and Calvin T Walker of the Hunt ingdon Kiwanis Club made the Miller who won the contest with a delivery on the subject of Is Your HCIQ1 Huntingdon County IQ his audience of the rich exciting history of Huntingdon County and asked hovr much most people know of its herit age The student speaker told in detail of such features of history as the Warm Springs resort area with its hotel and mineral waters Miller also described the canal which was located in Ihe present Penn Central track bed Such historical facts as the Continued On Page Twelve told and Winners In Oratorical Contest Winners in the oratorical contest spon sored by the Huntingdon Kiwanis Club are pictured with Calvin T Walker contest chair man receiving their prizes Left to right are Mike Finkle third place Dave Miller first place Walker and Kathy Maroney second place Fabulous Birthday Sale This Saturday In Mount Union
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