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   Daily News (Newspaper) - February 28, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                State Library Education Building rff Pa 17126 De Gaulle At Airport To Welcome Nixon PARIS UPI Ident Nixon flew today to a Paris already em broiled in a series of an tiAmerican demonstra tions and greeted personally at Orly Air port by President Charles de Gaulle his toughest obstacle in his efforts to build Western unity around NATO Scuffles In Rowe between police and RmiNixon demon strators halted the Nixon motorcade as the President was leaving the eternal ety Nixon intervened personally with po lice who were bestin the demonstrators and ihe motor cade moved on Paris Orly Airport was ringed by thousands of tvwjh riot police after gangs of youths attacked American establish ments in Paris and the French Communist party called for all out demonstrations against Nix on from the moment he arrives Nixon greeted the austere French president as a great companion in search for peace1 Nixons efforts in Paris to restore FrancoAmerican relations to an even keel were regarded as tlw diplomatic highlight ot a fivenation tout that has taken him to Brussels Bonn West Berlin and Rome Nixons visit to Rome was marred by large scale noun in which police battled Jiudents through streets with clubs mid tear gas There were crowds 10 cheer him in Rome a in the other cities he visited kit antiNixon incidents conti nued today including the burn ing of American flags De Gaulle mobilized 27000 security and riot police to see UiatNixon is prweded while in Paris But even before lie arrived gangs of youths smashed windows at the Ameri can Express the Paris Hilton Hotel and Pan American World Airwavs INSIDE THE NEWS 1 Ann Landers 8 Classified Ads 13 Comics II Obituaries 2 School News Page 10 Society And Club News 9 SIXVTS 4 On Stase Live 12 Although Nixon was 18 min utes late leaving Rome his bUte and white presidential jetliner touched down in Paris at pm am ESTi two minutes ahead of schedule A military band played as the bareheaded Nixon came down the ramp with a smile and a wave and shook hands with De Gaulle Afier inspecting the usual honor guard the tall French chief of stale led Nixon into Oflys ornate Salon dHonneur reserved for slate visitors He delivered his welcome address standing on a golden nig framed between two giant bouquets of multicolored lilies standing on marble tables De Gaulles brief welcoming speech Uirough an interpreter spoke of the greatest impor tance attached tn the exchange of views1 and ended with the pledge long live the United Stales of America Nixon then spoke departing from his prepared text The city was lense and the 27000man police and security force was alerted for antiNixon denuwslrauons called by the Communist party Fifty youths shivitinjj anli Amwican slogans smashed win dows at the American Express Co office seven hours before his arrival and student quarters seethed with anger over the wounding Thursday by a policeman of a teenage boy who was pasting up amiNixon posters Anoiher crowd of youths attacked ihe Paris Hilton Hotel Nixon flew in from riottorn Rome where he conferred on Western alliance problems with Italian loaders during a 0lwur visit marked by bloody street also by crowds who cheered Viva Nixon At formal isrcmonies in Ovly Airport on his arrival for the climactic meetings of his five nation lour Nixon turned on the THE WEATHER Variable cloudiness with little temperature chiiige li diy and tonight High inriiiy 30 tu 5 Low tonight in Ihe 20s Mostly ulondy with a chance of a f e w siunv flur ries Saturday High in ihp lower lifls Mostly c 1 a 11 1 y Sunday with little change in temperautre oratorical charm for Dp We both are proud of our independence mid dedicated to a humane order hat makes fiiViloiu possible he said And so our tnsk is when we think it necessary bill always lo cooper ale in building n structure of peace with freedom Nixon hailed France as brave ally and recalled Benjamin Franklins opinion Ihat every man has two 11011101 France and his own In tills laudatory vein Nixon opened two days of meetings with the man who threw the North Allantic Treaty Organiza tion out of France and has dona ho most in recent months to block ihe aim of Ihe United States and Britain for integrated Europe THE DAILY NEWS VOL 48 HUNTINGDON AND MOUNT UNION PA FRIDAY FEBRUARY 28 1969 NO 25 For Ecifter Seal Drire Formally Announces Campaign Open House Is Sinicla v County Jurist Seeks Full Term Slate Wauls hi junction To Be Permanent 2 Directors 3 Concerts Selected At Board Meet Campaign Open HOLIJJ These word are thf rr the kickolf of ihe o ihe Easter Seal Soe Crippled Children snd AI Huntingdon County March 2 through Easier Day April 6 The placs is the home of tne 63 campaign chairman Ronald E DetwiUr 2310 Cassacy Ave nue Huntingdon the dse is a in he aternoon Chair and his wife both BELLEFONTE Pa UPI1 Officials of the Pennsylvania Stive University today ask Cen tre County Common Pleas The Hon K Merle Hen an slogan nounced hi5 candidacy today ior a tul 10year campus sitin demonstrations o wo new dLrec drive term president judge of the courts of the 20th University officials obtained tors 0 jje board to take the Judicial District Huminocion Countv the 2 u rnar a tunnay at Principal aim of the HJJ i to nave F c Judge Heffner the Republican and Democratic Party nominations ai the Mu nicipal Primary Election to be held on Tuesday May JO Tne 54yeHrod jurist w a s named 10 the bench iat De cember 23 by Gov Raymond P Shsier He took the oath of of sier Jeai across the countv meet iice a a pubhc ceremony in the vVr courthouse on January 7 with Hon Wright oi Bedford preiicieru judge PI the Open Pennsylvania Superior Court oficers aci directors ai Del wiier home ana hsve to QISCUSS present Easter S l programs aiirf pians for future extended Judge Heifner succeeded Jse Swirl es L Himes on the1 bench His interim sppoiiumeni umil tiic first MoiiG3y of sry 1970 Tne judicial candidate prc iicfd iaw in Huntingdon for Campaign Opsn Houe trill le5ry 3 year prior to being give citizens the opportunity to named 10 the bench Except for know whst Easier Sesi dollars lime in the service during csn do snd why strong siroror II he has been a is needed in the Continued On in mjuncuoi Monday when a wats lej vacam by ae deaUs o students staged a sito Eve Carre it and Mrs t the administration j Herbert transpired at ing tfie meeting Thursday afternoon The following day Dr Eric of the board of the Huntingdon A Walker university president Concerts Association The meet announced the formation of a ing held in the reading room of ninemember disciplinary court the Huntingdon County Library to study charges against stuUvas chaired by Mrs Frederic dents who get out of line durH Steele president ing demonstrations Xevvlv elected directors are The conn is composed of Rlph B church o the Continued On Page Three Juniata Colleje faculty and the First Test For Lunar Module Astronauts Practicing Americas Apollo 9 astronauts returned o practice drills today after their scheduled Friday flight was postponed until Monday be cause all three spacemen are suffering from colds On Friday March 7 the fifth day of CAP KENNEDY Rev Xorman D Crews rector of St Johns Episcopal ChurclL The concerts will be a re turn engagement of the popular Don Shirley Trio which made a tremendous hit in the m ci series a 75 piece sum phony or4000 LotUimnilSt 1 rOOpS the planned flight lhey will test fly Ihe Lunar Module pictured above for Ihe first time Plans call for it to fly 100 miles away and return for rendezvous and docking JUDGE HEFFNER PuMic HELP Meet Monclav 69 campaign pacicin attorney wuh office Huntingdon Appettl Two at boji Huntingdon and Firemen at Union He is a former district at ney havne served in posi tion for etehi years two foar year terms Tne jurist said today am see king ibe office o juaje on the basis of rny recoici 55 z in HuntinE A public meeltni the HELP service in Huntingpracticing anorrey in con Countv be he County I tees toH ex day Mar don Are pm an counv are o end HELP teer orfa of csrUi Name Fund Drive Head t i r e m e n Robert E Peters i chestra conducted mid directed Astronauts James McDivitu by Milch Miller and the youngI David H Scott and Russell LJ rising luminary of the operatic Schweickart were to haveworld Arturn Sergi tenor with1 ridden their Apollo 9 spacecraft Metropolitan Opera in New into a daring earth City mission today but theyll Don Shirley will appear No practice in a simulator andvember 20 the symphony treat their colds instead will be heard on January 28 project officials decid1970 and Arturo Sergi will sing ed Thursday 10 postpone the here on April ft 19iO All con I Apollo 0 blastoff for three days certs will be m Oiler Hall Jum to ie the astronauts recover ata College SAIGCN fUPIl American infantrymen front sore throats and nasal We are reengaging Don battlec about oQ badly outnumbered guerrillas which would have lev for m response to imade them miserable in their overwhelming pooular miles from Saigon today and captured one cramped space quarters and mand Mrs Steele said in anwho said his unit was assigned to shell and at have threatened their effectiveness nouncing tlie new series Red Viet Offensive Starting To Slow Candidate He veil The mission the first in the was without a doubt one of the tacj r pace program to most outstanding artists ever w Huntingdon under in Continued On Page Trnse phone voun motto rd consiss o ciien of the com of illness perionn duled to start at 11 ihe aegis of the Concerts Asso Continued On Page Three j Continued On Page Two sbour other an emersercy irere no for the service Tns HELP tn s vol There sre durj bu s needed n some aspects K HELPS functionins course srs needed o ansver 23 Shade Gap Fire Police Finish Course e Shade Gap Fir corr PoLcs have pleted s 20twor Public Service in5titure self dejense prominent o o r o u g n ousiness 5 man who headed the campaign for two Qn Campuses Throughout US Ijears Peters appointmen as drive chajrTnaji was announced last eveninj by President S Blair ai the March of the Huntingdon Fire Eepanment heid at the No Fire Station A graduate of Puisburrh In sutijte of Mortuan Science Pet Colleges Have More Violence capital theclosest bailie lofor 5Vfifir Term ihe Reds sixdayold j nationwide offensive a costly j drive that appeared waning with 4000 Commimisto reported slain US headquarters said thej puerrilias shelled 25 cities and bases overnight but mounted noj i significant ground thrusts j against military bastions i One of several rounds that DeForrest Staying On Authority in were Tace in n session a he rhorne of Mrs El Jr chairrran orpjesaay February 4 with the seernr corrimtrcc Turner Jones Treasurer Blair Kara near has been a resident of Hunt injdon since July He is H chairman of the Saivation Army Bcard and tceir jppy st 5 eracuation jedtcsi care Wednesday even Msrcn 1 Restaurant Shade Gap VsuRouser ToAnship aon Blair Gwnty poiice chief the instructor for she Depart arci of Dimes of Public Instruction Spcneybsrger announced 11 Violence broke out between white stuaents and Negroes at Ferris State College in Rapids Ilich early today as white o spilling outof their dormitory for a fire alarmthearea president of the upon two Negro students bringing Sf dates back home to Another dorm Sixteen students were injured held for i Huntingdon Mayor M H De ia Forrest was reappointeri to thej slammed into the northern don Coumv HousinB Auj Alhed camp at Da hit wsrciav for a second 150foot US Navy barge laden with explosives A piani fireballiflve vesr lerm enioted killin at least two1 riie appointment made byi persons Unconfirmed reportstne Huntingdon County Board ofj another il missingCommissioners at Thursdays StudentsOfficials evacuated ail homes in tn at of them an o tne Union Psul J Kane Mount Peters will be assisted by K fire piliee all members executive committee wil the Shade Gar Area rr include Richro Myers presi treatmenl of head injuries in a Continued On Paae Three Of The Game It Era melee in which students broke out boards chains andeven zipj suns One student was arrested i n n p Fre Comfor carrvinz hooert Mesanan neaa the 2 firemen Kenneth Brandt Ladder Com a concealed Gtiidance On Pigeon Problem Being Souglit seven miles of Huntingdon Business Indus of Saiffon began itrJ I JThursday on the Trair The commissioners submiUed Canal From foxholes Commua new application for a slate nist troops opened up on a USjgrant for Treasure House aj PERSHING 510RTON Horton Is Seeking JP Nomination Horlon of T h r e At the Universitv of Califor Mayor M H DeForrest having his problems and he s jnany president Donald Snare I secretary and J Alex ma police swuna their clubs in Baking them one at a time i i CT Continued On Page Tvo Slays General Manager Post Worth Miiler formerly of 2en Nixon Shooting For High Stakes PARIS name of of negoiauon with the Soviet the game is rev era Trus Union and countries more n the centrai ides being by President Nixon senior advisers as the from country to countrv in Western Europe Ask Queslion5 Tne Presjaent is convinced This is one reason he tnai if ne u to lean his own questions of rcountrv into greener Britain pastures some Germany and Italv touiia to reduce the coming to Paris todav element of cnsis has Vepi the world on edge since Ihe ate iWOs By promising to consult them ion Noxon has stressad at everyat every preparatory stage and At the reorganization meetingtrustee group to study the case pig Econo Aliocna at the chains0 31 sludenLS at l annual lot Chicago also the rain and charged picket jt Was the dog problem then stcellines set up at the entrances to the cat problem and now jlhe Berkeley campus and eon5 I arrested a dozen persons Two DeForrest said today that student leaders were clubbedjas been in contact with BAm unconscious jato Bird Control Corporation Stink Bombs jPhiladelphia relaiive to Hunving 1 the University of pigeon problem The birds sin the chant of On taken over at sevcra Ishut it down went up again asborougn churcncs buildings and student militants broke 1 bombs into D Amato the silent pigeonj shcr has beencited for getj g the birds away from City City patrol sweeping guerrilla infiljtraining center for preschoolj tralion routes near VC Isjphysically and mentally handij and icapperi children The action is Within minutes an amiada of result of a change in Ihe t heiicoolers dumped more thanfunding procedure The applica Persni 300 men of the US 1st Infantryition seeks for the period Springs I fo June 30 The for tcntion t warplanes and artilleryilhe second half of Iflfifl will Party nomination as the guerrilla scome through the night ial He Preliminary reports said I ion Program he Continued On Page Two Conlinncd On Page Ti eet Horton was graduated from Robertsdale High School in 1936 I In also attended the Pennsylva nia Extension School of Magis trates having graduated from both criminal and civil courses and threw sunk c Real Meaning Of Body Count Is Emphasized justice of TriCountv Mont Ihe peace in District Pour Health and Mental Retarda The Primary Election will held Tuesday TMay 20 and the j nominee will be decided by the voids at that fime graduated WASHINGTON monsoon He holds the Criminal and Civil Attainment Diploma The school American deadwas unrler the leadership of H rain tropical wounded nd missing of theCynt Birgham tnrew stink enemy an I previous week it is old news He currently has a justice so Stockholders reelected two di bombs into buildings Casualty Report the peace office in Thre leaders rectors for three year terms West I R Lauerner Cresson and M before R George Lakemoni GeneUee of Whiuieid Geistown was named i after He vas trying to find out how as a new directo ey fell George Harris Jr if or guidance in solving Huntingweek routinely dumps a stacK Nfixt Thursday tje casualty Spnngs for the second sixyear idons pigeon problem He has mimeographed sheets on a ft tne whlch nxpires in 1974 asked for an estimate on thejwall rack in Saigon iof his weehs fighting jnhas also been a past dirwlorol D edcost of the service f The scene takes place everyjVjetnam number oflhc Huntingdon County Magis i was namediaher demonstrations by Jn additjon to b e i n g a nuiThursday shortly before 5 pmAmericans killed and woundedlralcs Association His office w Dr rcplacingof the 750 students at the alsancei j pignons are carriersjSaigon time at the joint Unitediwil be more located in the central point Mount UniNegro school in Marshal Texof ormthosis also known as psitStatcs Public Affairs the entrfi disfricl Texas The executive foran estimate on Wiley cost of the Imct in Houston and set up ai tacosjSi or fever a ser opportunity in private talks with i even during high level negntiaof the directorate Latterner was hk European counterparts thafitions with the Russians Nixonnamed president and J C Val the United Staias was more hoped to rekindle some of the ko of South Fork was named ban willing to estter a new eraj Continued On Page Three Continued On Page Three Students demanded the resigna tion of President T Winston ious sometimes deadly disease It was noted that the danger of the pigeons carrying the disease Cole The committee expressed jjncre3scs as the flock of pig IContinued From Page Three leons increases JUSPAO at center center the corner Le Loi of the Vietnamese capital The handouts as newsmen call them report US war He has maintained an ac Last Sunday the Communistscounting and tax consuitant launched another offensive service or the past 25 years Across South Vietnam cities Continued On Page Three Horton is active in commun Continued On Page Three   

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