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Daily News (Newspaper) - February 25, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania CLASSIFIED ADS DIAL MISS CLASSIFIED 6434040 or 5424641 VOL 48 COPT HUNTINGDON AND MOUNT UNION PA TUESDAY FEBRUARY 5 1969 Phone 6434OIO NO 22 Quest For Peace Mount Union School Board BUMY Approval Given Free Lunch Plan The mnexmembers of the Mount Union Area School Soarri met last night and adopted a 1969 70 school calendar approved a free lunch policy heard a report on status of teacher vacancies and granted various requests Time If ill Tell Eisenhower Is Watched Carefully D wight surgery Huntingdon Directors In Monthly Meeting Monday Session Of Court Held Three domestic relations cas es a long juvenile hearing a number of routine matters and the sentencing erf a delinquent minor kept Judge R Merle Heffner busy in Huntingdonrelatively routine monthly meeting held last Onnrfcfciv nn Mfviriav i i K n e 11 Board Handles Routine Agenda Members of the Huntingdon Area Board of Education handled a variety of business at a County Court on Monday A 16yearold high school sen ior wlw had been adjudged a de This busy session was heldin u uent minor cadiein th was to on K j ST pleMd Youth Development Center at ing beard members presj were C James Love Theo evening in the home junior high school v WASHINGTON mer President Eisenhower his success so far w especially carefi two weeks according to his1 doctors at Walter Reed Arum Brown Russell Heading Rav L1Tie f0111 McMiillen and Bruce BraHot the hearmS that he had Advisory member Lantz Hami uof eachcrs also was in attendance srd that he dd I1ot hke S present we jrkle supervising principal wMe he was in ine Cambria With Many T PARIS Vietna mese Vice President Nguyen i i t X economies room of the The board welcomed Attorney Warren R Yocum as the school solicitor and he gave a report on a number of pending items including the establishment of the Huntingdon Area School District Authority the annex ation of school district property in OneidaTownship to Hunting don Borough the outstanding Smithfield Juniata bond issue tax collectors fees and petitions for board members standing for reelection this year i Several of the items are near County Detention Home Ky said today he has completion pending the clearing minor details Kenneth Judge Heffner expressed the be many new ideas about the lief that the boy needs a new war and peace he wants to Rockwell a Medical Center supervise C Schock exhaustive presentence injharder line in the peace r nights operation for obstruction type of lunch is provided to the of the intestinal tract wouldlimit of the available financial Fred Radle principal of junior I senior high school James Sleu lOr hi XliM f D jsense of balance discuss with President Nixon board member and a member was delayed cllls fumed at ajof the teaching staff at Juniata SaDn joined the school admin istrators in reviewing the prog ress of Huntingdon Area High School students taking part in the advance study program at the college They pointed out that the youngsters have done better than average in the first semester Several reports were present irtcluding a breakdown of Huntingdon County reimburse ment statistics the PSSC finan cial report and a Title I Semin ar Report Namecl To Staff Russell Rcddv assist P latest illnesses him the last 15 not 16vearold hizh Lunch Policy Approved coordinate Allied strate at the am bringing many new viding free or reduced lunches Only time will ReedsBrig Gen Frederick H Hushes commanding general of under the Federal Type Walter Reed said in the School Lunch program to eligi briefmg late Monday when ble children are in attend Cross Section Will c in Have Special Program ideaa in my pocket he said Nixon is to arrive in Paris e sked what effect Sunday jance in buildings where this Cross Section a Johnstown on his buropean tour on Eisenhowers But he said tired sources in the district lo have heart consider the operation a success I arei scnool visitor Mrs at this pomt i Wilson Application must be television production will tele Tne Vietnamese leader cast the drawing of a unit of j said his diplomats would tell the blood on Saturday March 1 At the time the latest illness Continued On Page Three We lea I coordinator home Rodgg wood WJACT Chan 6 personality and host of Section will be the doii tained from the coordinator and ISorth Vietnamese and Viet Cong not to expect concessions from Saigon particularly in thej wake of he Communist shell or short and the shouls were not leard bv Nixon DONALD P SHULTZ Probation Officer Is Appointed Another vacancy on the Huntjwith Prime Minister Harold tingdon County Probation DejWilson partment staff was filled today i The 42yearold Queen accom The appointment effective impanied by her husband Prince Talks To Wilson Twice Lunches With Elizabeth LONDON UPI President Nixon lunched today with Queen Elizabeth II in the gilded splendor of Buckingham Palace a brief relaxing break in his arduous eightday European visit and his meetings with Britains leaders in their common quest of peace What had been billed as the biggest antiNixon demonstra tion in Britain outside the palace flopped miserably Sev eral doien members of the Hot Reception for Nixon Commit tee shouted down with Nixon and threw two rotten apples but the apples fell far Dr Day To Be Speaker At Jmiiata Dr Raymond R Day a na tourists cheered the President mediately of Donald P Shultz 512 Thirteenth Street Hunting don as juvenile probation of ficer was announced by Judge R Merle Heffner j Shultx 26 succeeds Raylnond A Holland who is now acting director of Huntingdon County Probation Services Holland said today that the new appointee comes to the po It noted that averal sition highly changes have been made in the T On Page Three Memorial Service Set The annual memorial servicR the Mount Union Fire Com pany will be held this year atj St Catherines Catholic Church on Sunday evening March 1 al pm A service is arranged eachj year in honor of the deceased j members of the fire company and the Ladies Auxiliary1 to the fire company 8IKi f0r Hden Bowman chief processing and William L It was made known that petii Hughes medical diiector will Vietnam would consider resum Continued On Page Two I be the technical staff Continued On Page Five ings of South Vietnamese cities Ky also reiterated hite warning if the shellings gn on South For ACJC JuniataValley Elementary School School Directors Give Final Approval To Plans Juniata Valley School directors gave finall within the school district and on drive for funds and approval to plans for the where employes were hirj Both Mount Union and by Donald Litzenberger i T at rates above the starting jnffdon Chanters are simnortpd Continued On Paee Three In addition to Holland and Shull tlie department staff also includes Arthur G Logue Jr who will become domestic rela tions officer and office manag er on March 10 A native of Huntingdon he new probation officer is a son of Maurice and Jean Litzen berger Shulte 512 Thirteenth Street His father is an accoun tant at the Stale Correctional Institution at Huntingdon He was graduated from Hunt Red Month Is Designated Mayor Charles Klingler of Union and Mayor M H DeForrest of Huntingdon todav nSdofl Area School with proclaimed March as dfe al dents of the two boroughs and jng jn socj0iogv major surrounding areas to support shultz wbrked one year as a the work of the Red Cross caseworker assistant for the De Chapters in the monthlongj partment of Public Assistance at Huntingdon He also was env y school last evening Board memberssalarv tarting time of initial em Paul Thomas pastor Catherines Church ingdon Chapters are supported Continued On Page Three by United Fund but the need of stdiscussed the costs of heating the new structureployment Total amount of the for additional funds is always again and passed a resolution to change increments is 39300 present to fulfill unforeseen Thomas is serving as chaplairOne section of the proposed building from disi Thlr were recomjmands on chapteis Therefore1 of the tire company this year imenaed to the board bv lre alwav5 an Harold fGusI Grissinger anditrlct offices to general storagepersonnel committee with P Herbert Rosensteel were rejbefore giving their approval to the final verstoniapproval of the solicitor sponsible for planning the Serv0f the members also discussed estab The follows ice They extend an invitation jn tne of RoberiiComplete teachinglishing a policy for next term to the public fo attend this who will be Valley On Page Two gramias project engineer for the sLep vvith the I itects Cambell Rea Hayes and THE WEATHER Large on the project and 11school solicitor Atty increase for five teachers Aim Landers 6 schedule and The adjustments call for a THE NEWS Mostly cloudy with snow flurries lotlay and tonight Chsnre of sntw flurries Wednesday Little tempera ture change with highs to dav and Wednesday in the Corcelius Juniata Valley School1 increments ofS2ICO and S300 for Classified Ads 9 Authority Chairman John Whittwo teachers and a set of Comics 7 taker signed the tracinss to beincrcrnents ranging from to Crossword Puzzle 9 sent in Harrisburg for fnt a third category of Columnists B Whereas the American Red giving roundtheclock Cross service to our sons who are 1 Foundation Reelects Area Woman To Post Airs Fred Laird of Taylor Highlands Huntingdon was re elected a vicepresident of the military strength Rev Elmcr c in orher far places and namd Uhereas the American Reri Four of the board members Cross stands ready to come to present at the meeting were the aid of people stricken byjfrom Huntingdon County Miss floodfire or storm and Gladys White Mrs Maude Mc Salary Adjustments the 196349 school Obituaries 2 i Whereas the American RediCauley Mrs Eleanor Hawn and In other action the board apjlerm mid and upper Ms Mostly j proved a number of salary ad Tie salary changes are based Society And Club News 8 cloudy and seasonably cool jjustmems for faculty under the on Act 96 rulings on certifica 4 Old Nevs fi Cross provides fo Emma Sleele The Foun Thursdav provision of Act 96 in order to tions on interrupted service Through These Doors 10 YFC Boys Clear Stream Bed At Orbisonia Twelve boys from Youth PVestry Camp No 3 Aitch R D are presently engaged in a threeweek stream clear Ing project on Black Log Creek at Orbisonia The project is sponsored by Orbisonia Borough and the Department of Forests and Waters James Smith YFC labor foreman is in charge of the program which includes a great deal of brush cutting aloiig the stream Black Log Creek divides Orbi sonia and Rockhill Furnace and E wings Mill Orbisonia is shown in the background health agencies and physicians more whole blood and blood derivatives than any other or ganization thus greatlv con tributing to the health of the American people and Continued On Page Three TrumanIs Impatient KANSAS CITY Mo Former President Harry S Truman had recovered satisfac torily today from a flu attack xit he was becoming an impatient patient Doctors kept Truman M in Research Hospital for routine first physical check up in three years The doctors said he had recovered from the fiu attack that caused his nospkalization The hospital said the next medical statement on Truman would be issued about 5 pm EST today Trumans daughter Margaret Truman Daniel visited her father Monday and reoorted He is just fine and ready to go home Doctors would not say how kxig Truman who will be 85 May 8 will be kept at the hospital Truman spends most of his time in his private room on the sixth floor of the large facility reading and watching television Mrs Truman has been with him most of the tame dation includes representa tives of Mifflin and Juniata Counties The following Huntingdon County residents were elected to serve oneyear terms on the board Mrs Homer Dell Mr and Mrs Donald Fisher Mrs Howard Hawn Mr and Mrs Raymond Isenberg Mrs Fred Laird Mrs Maude McCauley Luke Riley Earl F Rupert Mrs Clifford Scriever Mrs Ida Spyker Mrs Emma Steele Miss Gladys While and Mr and Mrs WiJbur Williams Philip met Nixon with a warm handshake and a smile as he entered the 661room palace past red coated guardsmen in fur busbies They chatted amiably as they walked along deep Persian carpels The queen wearing a sleeveless dress and two rows of pearls pointed out some of the millions at dollars worth of treasures lining the historic walls Nixon in a motorcade escori ed by motorcycles made the brief drive from No 10 Downing Street where he had more than two hours of talks with Wilson and other British officialsto John AT Stauffer in making lie announcement of Dr Days appearance before a special Convocation F r i day morning February 2B at said he hopes Rev Day will hold conversations with stu dents and faculty on the prob lems of black students Dr Day director of Beacon House in Chicago for Ihe past 14 years joined the faculty of Wooster College last September as lecturer in sociology He re ceived a doctor of hiunanities degree from Wooster in 1966 A graduateof Huntingdon School Dr Day earned his BAifrom Juniata in 1945 and his BD from Western The ological Sejninary in Pittsburgh Dr Daywas1 assistant direct or of Community Continuedfen PjRge Two Committee ApprovalDue Senate Anxious f f rt rlpil i vv t lo Pass ireat WASH1N Senate Foreign Relations Committee to rerJipm mend ratification of the ration treaty today Senate leaders agreed ipjhold up floor action until President Nixon retUtns home from Europe Most committee members were reported eager to get the pact moving after a sixmonth delay caused by the change of administrations and the Soviet invasion of Czechoslovakia The treaty is a sweeping arms limitation agreement aimed at maintaining the world nuclear chib at five members The committee scheduled a midcnoming vote on the treaty Predict Swift Approval There was little sign of controversy The ranking com mittee Republican Sen George Aiken Vt predicted swift approval Sen Karl E Mundt RSD however said he would suggest Ithat the committee hold up action until Nixon returns to make sure there are no new problems in Western Europe that might change the picture But Mundt indicated he would not press for a delay The Senate Armed Serivices Committee has scheduled a one day hearing Thursday to examine the treatys military implications William C Foster Continued On Crackdown On Stray Cats Authorized First he dogs and now the cats Mayor M H DeForrest said the Huntingdon Bor ough Police Department is being flooded with calls about cats running loose in the borough DeForrest has instructed police and the dog law en forcement officer to crack down on the cats Prosecu tions will he made under tbeboroughs nuisance ordi nance H owners of cats are known they will be prose cuted and in cases where stray cats are caught they will be destroyed We first ordered a crackdown on the dogs and now the same holds true for the cats the mayor said Legislative And AdministrativeAction State Set To Crack Down On Student Disorders HARRISBURG UPI The legislative and administrative branches of the state govern ment dismayed by the recent wave of student disorders in public schools and colleges are taking steps to crack down on the persons who initiate them and carry them out The State Senate pushed into position for final passage Wed nesday a bill which would im pose fines and jail sentences for those convicted of disorderly conduct in schools and colleges And Gov Raymond P Shafer koid the administrative heads of state owned and aided leges and universities Li effect to get tough with those respon sibte for acts at vandalism or violence on their premises and rf you meet trouble the stale will be there to help The fines in the Senate meas ure whose chief sponsor among 39 senators signed the pro posa is Senate President pro tempore Robert I Fleming R Allegheny would from to 150 The jail sentences would vary between 30 days and three months for offenses ranging from vulgarities to wilful molestation of students faculty or school administra tors The M cosponsors make it all but certain the bill will pass the Senate probably this Wednesday Defeat SJiafer Plan the Democratic conljrolled House defeated the plans of the Shafer adminis tration to transfer narcotics law enforcement powers from the Slate Health Department to the state police by a count of 79 to Continued On Page Five
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