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   Daily News (Newspaper) - February 22, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                CLASSIFIED ADS DIAL MISS CLASSIFIED 643404O or 5424641 THE DAILY NEWS VOL 48 KIXE CESTS HUNTINGDON AND MOUNT UNION PA SATURDAY FEBRUARY 22 1969 State Library Reds Launch New Attacks As Holiday Truce Closes Hanoi Says Allies Will Lose Saigon SAIGON UPI Communist forces a US air as Coiirl Gives Justice Of Peace Rules PHILADELPHIA UPI The State Supreme Court Fri day postponed the effective date of its restrictive rules govern ing the conduct of justices of i itnc Pewe until Jan 1 base h amended its origillal orrior West Germany Cancels Election Berlin Wall May Open For Easter In Mapleion Area Services For Lent Scheduled Trinity United Methodist BERLIN UPI West Berlin s CommumstjGrace United Methodist United 1 resbytenan all of Atapieton iv 111111 mt i vi ILI v or nci i and an infantry outpost issued last Tuesday directing Paity promised today East Germany would open1 with mortars and infanlhai rules take immediJthe Berlin Wall for the Easter holidays if Valle chlch f hi fitcl v 11 rr i i i f ircuu en in charges today in the Lfnrier the a jusljcc calls off an election m the divided cityjunion services during Uie Len hours of theiriihe peace inext month j Tet holiday truce Hanoi give top priority to his The offer to allow Germans j i BSal duties and use his officeiliving on both sides of the boasted t would for thal Berlfn wall to every US base this not take part in pollEaster came from Gerhard spring and take from the allies Continued On Page Ten new attacks ended at i am today A South Vietnamese government spokesman said red troops violated the cease fire hundreds of times and killed 18 government soldiers end eight civilians durine that1 perJod US spokesmen said Hiey kept BO tally of guerrilla incidents in McCoy Will Lead Special Gifts Phase Kobert the truce before the About end of the mortar in hours Alce Preslciei11 alld manager of fe r truce Union office of the guerrilla squa7sUnicm National Bank and Trust slammed 75 rounds into las been appointed Pang air base 165 chairman for the 0 iw 11969 Cancer Crusade President Continued On Page Two Sirhans Plan To Kill RFK Noted ar northeast nf Saison on the central coast Damage to the1 vde announced jet fighterbomber base andMcCoys of the Hunl casuaMies were termed imSdon County board of direct ors of the American Cancer So ciety served as county chair man of the 19S8 crusade when total contributions amounted to S1377730 the largest amount ever contributed in Huntingdon County Accepting his new position i McCoy chose to talk about the I Shouting long live the peoples alarming rise of lurvs cancer in victory thousands of Pakistani T both men and women Whilestudents dairced in the streets LOSi AMrELES caused by cancer in seviof West Pakistan today in Ran B Srrnan told a trashen other majorcategories eithj celebration of President Danelins head of West Berlins branch of the Communist party If was reported today in Arls Boards Seek Approved Of Members of Hie board of Ihe jfen season Pastors of these respective churches the Rev Gordon Barrows of Trinity the Rev Boaz Smith of the United Presbyterian The Rev John Kane of Grace United Method ist and Dr T F Henry of the Beech Run Church of the Breth pm ijr it i icu ruufiy in o i uc wrtj yi uic the partys newspaper Wahrj Huntingdon Community Theatre heit the Huntingdon Music Club andrcn Simultaneously me Soviet flle Stone Art League Services are held at pm military attache in East presenting a resolution and special music is being ar ny warned that the Westernto eacn of organizationsranged for each Wednesday eve allies would be responsible for members to determine the exming The host minister will the consequences if the Weslltent support for a communlserve as the liiurgist for the German election is held in Westil center evening with a message by a Berlin i Fourteen members of the guest pastor I I f r t I Both and promise emu uucoii came as the Communists bore Ieveran down on their campaign use of the city as site foi s presidential tion March 5 these organizations The fiiSt in the series of serv Impt in joint session was held in Ihe Trinity in rjie former ReynoldsChurch on Wednesday evening Library Building Fund Is Helped Robert E Mcnlzer Huntingdon Mana ger of Pennsylvania Electric Company pre sents to Miss Ruth M Auclienbach librarian of Llie Huntingdon County Library and Will iam E Swigart Jr left vice president and finance committee chairman of Hie library a check for the Librarys current build ing fund program Penelec lias been one of many interested and generous supporters among Lhe industries of Huntingdon County in this worthwhile addition to the communi ty Kul Of Cominon Market Nixon Faces New Trouble With French President building now owned byFebruary 19 WASHINGTON UPH faced new uncertainties President Nixon US relations with ReevesParvin jingdon in east Hunt Officials said the open wall Continued On Page Two Ay tib Will End Reign In Pakistan KARACHI cotiector tw0 months before dropped or held about evenhammed Ayub Khans decision murder of Robert F Kennedyamong men McCoy said theto end his 10vear strongman ne Planned to snoot the Newjrate of death from lung cancer reign Wended vfcHm ft conlinued to rie j In East Pakistan nearly 1000 That was the test v f According to IW9 C a n c e r miles across India Ayubs Alvin Clark a the Sirhn Facts ancl Fure McCoy conistaunchest opponents continued murder trial Fridav unued lung cancer is the leadjantigovernment rioting which i ins cause of deaths by cancer Clark who picked up I rash at among male and the rate is S than 14 time above that r more an S nf y 35 year aso The marked USt afler increase in iuns cancer is re r Jr was g asked mm ho the death of the civil rights leader Itold him we felt rhere was not just one person involved in his deah the testified He afked me how I felt sbotit the California primaryV election f aid I was going tn vote for Kennedy He said What do you want to vote for thai sonnf a B for because Im planning in monalrty figures of last eight years1 n Ifltio lunn cancrr mortality s tf520 and the Cancer So Continued On Page Ten iNeiiroes Lower PSU Flags For X KARACKT Pakistan UPI President Moham mad Ayiib Khan today granted amnesty In 34 men jailed three years agn as po litical opponents triggering widespread jubilation in ri otscarred East Pakistan Other services will be as fol lows February 26 in Ihe Grace Proposals for using the strue lculuaiv ilc wrtle ture as a community arts cenUnited Methodist Church ser ter were discussed and an asimon by the Rev Boaz Smith segment of the cost of Ararch 5 in the United Pres taming the structure was madejbylerian Churdi the Rev Gor The needs of each organization j don Barrows delivering the mes were considered and the values accnung to eadi group to the March 12 in Trinity Church community were debated sermon by the Rev John Kane Each board at the close of the J March 19 in Beech Run session was asked to return to j church with sermon by the Rev its members during the coming j Boaz Smith month and propose this resolu Conlinueri On Page Ten March 26 in the Presbyterian Continued On Page Two Over Reported Proposal Britain France Deeply Divided LONDON UP Britain and France were racea new uncertainties in US relations with France today on I he eve of his first trip to Europe lu Uiinlitrjilon County Arthritis Drive Nets Over Huntingdon Countians tl 7Q1 IT t to FoundalJon as Chief Executive Reports circulated throughout Paris London and Washingtonj French President Charles de Gaulle had proposed replacing the European common market a fourpower directorate J uiiiata To Begin Five Day Classes President John N SLauffer IJat Jliata of Britain France Germany f Jumata College and Italy independent of the WU T C3SS United States schedule starting with the fall There was no immnrlialP term in September In a letter to the students and no immediate response from the White House IK llico 1 IU 1 IIHIB H the state Dcpaxtment had Oampaien for1 comment no genera campaign officials considered the man Helm nolfid Ln his report toj Allan ic day that of the total came NATO from while was effort to wraken de the Gaulla North faculty released yesterday afternoon Dr Stauffer stated that me action was taken on the basis of recommendations voted by the faculty at a spe notathome envelopesinfluence on he continent II the remaining seen in some quarters collected by volunteeras an attempt to keep Britain Treaty meeting held on Monday and lessen American of this week The plan will be considered experimental for the first year iit LVI ncuu DIJ mrkers in the housetohouse of the common market drive for funds Thirtyfive per cent Nixon has spent the entire of the weok reading massive position and by ID71 Dr Stauffer wrote we will have com plied a major study of our educational purposes to be fol money received will go Uwardjpapers prepared by the State In wed by substantial improve research the general campaignand Treasury Departments asmerits in ottr curriculum and deeolv divided tnda over French PrpsiHpnt said The remaining well as attending briefingsconsequent red PV oumea uud riencn per cent will be used by state departmentmial ralem Charles ae UauUe s reported plan to include Bricarry out the Arthritis on Ue countries he will j schedule tain in a united Europeindependent of the United States Diplomats here said the DrenchBritish feud was sure to i adversely affect the already killed five persons and broughtstrained ties between the United to at least 62 the number and de Gaulle whom Pakistanis dead in violence President Nixon svill visit against Ayub since January Jaming his European swing j Ayubs strongest political Newspaper reports in Paris opponent former foreign minissaid the British government hadj vw nrirMC rmT T ter Zulfikar Ali Bhutto hailedleaked the de Gaulle proposall ALW CH the presidents decision not to in the United States amongJuly n thf cia lna Ballistics Data Given Shaw Jury UNIVERSITY PARK Pa for reelection in 1070 as the Xearo students at choice Now a possi other major western French nowenfhas heard an FBI filearms three ttlat at east two tion program of education and Continued On Page Two patient services The Central Pennsylvania Chapter of the Arthritis Foun dation of which Huntingdon County is a part is located at 112 North Second Street Har risburg Funds collected in the Hunt ingdon Counly housetohouse campaign Alexandria 5l5 Barreesaid toclay llle mimnfir Brady Town nsclon Coilnlt shif The move is primarily a re duction from five and one half to five days in the time given to regular scheduled classes In giving approval to his sub stantial modification in our class schedule the Juniata P President wrote f have kept Daily News Harnsburg Bureau in mind wide spread evpres HARRISBLIRG The Slaleisitns by studcns and faculty in Department of Public WelfareislPPm1 of such a change Assistance Grants Show Increase assistance 11 LI MUUUIUI ai me i eui unoite NOW a tne f rencn oemeu OP i n ouiir Pennsylvania State UniversityWe candidaie to lead the nation Gaulle ever proposed a fired in the Broad Top City S2K35 Octolcr went i HSXH ss n rt Il Oil hMOQirlpnt icunnrf the country I told him ahou Kennedv going down toBlack a or ery e canate o ea te nation Gaule ever propose a pan nal f on the American and Penn himself Bhutto pledged hislnr a united Europe sl101101 sylvania state flags to halfsaff efforts to bring order in our militarily and economically C3me from the rean hescountrj idependeni of the United Slates 1Dlst Atty Jim Garrison told him folIr Bhullos arrest in s Forei Minist lemP e prove there w four years ago of Muslim leader Malcolm1 Tennessee to brins back Man Luher Kings body snd paying Another group nf students lati all the expenses er returned the flags to the topi Sol Mhp iiflrne Clark used fnr f pole hut the Negroes Sirhan said he did that jusl for again lowered them The student broke the locks The prosecution will wind up 0 nc flagpoles in order to its case against the ihe flags and then tookj immierHnr next week possibly a collection to pay for new Wednedav said Deputy 1 Any David Fills William F Collins president j Grant B Cooper chief of ine Negro Douglass Associa tieipnse counsel said he would tion said he had asked Penn besin bv calling Sirhans State officials twice to lower the mothpr Mrs and flags in honor of Malcolm X the 24 yearold Arabs University officials said the Mtinir Continued On Page Ten has Bhuttos fConiinucri arrest in Paris Foreign Minister f lemP to prove there was s On P30P Twoi tilangulation of crossfire re Jiuiiata Students Will Test New Mime Skills To be a great clown is a life had such enormous influ dream which most people on later European litera asae when they outgrow theirlure Halloween costumes or give up imitations of Skelum or Chap or lin at adult parties But 15 Jun a iata College students will be taught the comic arts by a world master of pantomime and then put their skill to the test in a production nf The Twins by the Roman playwright Plau tus The major spring play re jected by Professor Clayton i 6Cai mmuim aiu uum Bnggs chairman of the departic skills required to bring this ment of speech and theatre is j kind of theatre to vibrant life one of 21 plays by the be developed with the help comic poet whosr vigorous porjof a professional pantomimia trayal of middle and lower dassj Continued On Page Ten Huntingdon young wnm Cathy Swartz has been chosen for a role as a Roman courtesan in the mime show Last fall she played in Ihe undergraduate production nf The Visit Shn is a daugh lor of Mr and Mrs Matthew G Swartz of 1501 Oncida Sfrepf Huntingdon Free Lecture Monday Brig Gen vSamuel B Griffith IT S Marine Corps re tired will present a free public lecture Chinas Place In reai and comThe World on Monday February 24 in Alumni Hall Juniata College at pm Gen Griffith nationally known as an interested and informed observer of Chinese affairs comes to Huntingdon under the sponsorship of the League of Women Voters Education Fund I II LJm suiting from a conspiracy to ship Sin Franklin kill Kennedy and that the fatal shot came from the front Shaw is accused of plottinn the murder with Lee Harvev Township Township CassvilleJ Clay Township thre Cromwell Township S494n Dublin Hunt President Staufter Dinted receivnllf that the specific ways in grants which the time of the day m Ihe upjwcnk will be utilised will be de scribed in an announcement lo figuresh issued hy Mr John V Hol countiansjlinger registrar and Dr How incom011 rellef slands at lS7fi asiard H Crouch who served as TVI compared with the previous chairman of the faculty com Jrrlri and David W But Shaw is not charged with Die actual killing He could gel one to 20 years in prison on a guilty vote of only 9 of the j 2 male jurors The Wanen Commission held the Nov 22 1963 murder in uallas was accomplished by Oswald acting alone and firing from L e sixth floor of a book depository behind and above the presidential limousine Expert ballistics testimony was given the jury Friday by the fifth defense witness Rob ert A Frazier chief of the fire arms identification unit of the FBI laboratory in Washington was to be called back to the stand today still on direct examination He lold the Continued On Page Ten INSIDE THE NEWS Albert M Rung 6 Almanac 6 Along The Juniata 10 Ann Landers 8 Classified Ads 9 Comics 7 Crosswwd Puzzle 9 Columnists 6 Editorials 6 Obituaries 2 Society And Club News Sports 5 n monlh r itJtLnuii i IMVJIiiMin1 i Perccnlasewise the 1876 per son Township incomplete 46 Per cent S2050 Honewell TYmUhinithe counlv Population and com pares with the average for the state as a whole of 33 per cent On an expenditure basis as sistance grants in the county climbed from S78fi3ft during September to in Octo ber A breakdown of Ihe latest re lief expenditure for the county shows that was paid Continued On Page Ten Hopewell Township Continued On Page Two Dock Strike Breaking Up A dock strike that has tied us Atlantic and Gulf Coast shipping tor 64 days appeared to bn disintegrating today with long shoremen heading back to work m five major ports Mombers of the International Longshoremens Association ILA m New Orleans Mianv Port Everglades Fla Hamp ton Roads Va and Baltimore voted overwhelmingly Friday to accept Contracts and return to their jobs But no agreement ms yet in sight in Boston and Galvesfon Tex and Lhe port of Philadel phia remained closed pending i swinR as compared with vote Sunday on a tentative same Period a year earlier contract In New York whore strikers relurned lo work a week ago mitfee that studied the matter Obviously Dr Stauffer Continued On Page Two THE WEATHER Mostly sunny and mild this afternonu High mid 40s fo low nfls Increasing cloudiness atul cool tonight Low upper 20s fo low 30s Sunday mostly cloudy wib chance nf light rain devel oping High in Os Outlook for Monday variable cloudi ness and mild County Births Deaths Reported On Upswing Onily News Harrisbtirg Bureau population 155 a year HARR1SBURG Both birthse3rlicr wllile the statewide and deaths in Huntingdon avcra3e rounded out to 5t for County during the First sixi19RB 156 In death months of 1068 were on the upirate for the durinS A report by the State Depart ment of Health shows that the number of live births in the jjjj ca period was per 1000 population 109 in 1967 compared with the average for now problems cropped up county during the sixmonth Friday when waterfront mechj period stood at 339 as com anics set up picket lines pared with 311 for the same John Bowers ILA vice president said all counties of 110 per 1000 population 107 in Leading cause death in county continues to be heart disease which during the Janu the union had ordered the mechanics back to work and hu lines parea witn m tor the same vul6 uouu executive period in 1967 Deaths on last ear took in Boston nthPr m in Lhe llvos of JDO resl from 219 in he preceding year to 234 expected them to be back on Interestingly the birth rate the job today for the county stood at 165 per derils m deaths in Other leading causes of death during the sixmonth periodin Continued On Page Ten   

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