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Daily News (Newspaper) - March 1, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania DIAL MISS CLASSIFIED 6434040 of 5424641 THE DAILY 17186 VOL 48 KINE CEXT1 COPT HUNTINGDON AND MOUNT UNION PA SATURDAY MARCH 1 1969 Phone 6434040 NO 26 Bloodless Cintpj Ariuylii Conrol T In Challenge In Given JC Students Great Needs Of Ghettos Shown Dr Raymond R Day a well known pioneer in city social work speaking to the students and faculty of Juniata College at a special convoca Syrianlion yesterday morning said that to make col Rriy in official silencejlege education relevant it should be applied in today of forming a r to replace thethe urban gnetlos where the needs are the great It overthrew in regime bnndlesVimip political sources Dr Day the former director said Damascus of House in Chicago and defense minister a lecturer in sociology T Woosier College was intro Ihe ajfny Friday m ousting thelduced by Juniatas President government ofJohn N Siauffer who praised Pvosflent Noureddin AlAlassijihe Huntingdon natives work to hese Damascusj with college students in the city slums By County GOP rnfi was confirmation of the couD nation Tle wants to kiiow who he is the Juniata alj s a ri Oll S CURTIS YOCUM Chairman Of Voter Drive Appointed At March Enters Weather Warning Is Given ilr Middle East i persons 01 worth and value and The Damascus sources poinled to Ule probablv will be resources w h i c h are to head Ihe new n hle An official announcement was They want to be heard he expected todayor Sunday i said and he expressed criticism Assad mostlikely llle plans for ihe disadvan the nation out of its isolationist imaged which do not listen to thej position in the Arab world of the people4 j perhaps lean toward accepting1 Dr Day u r g e d the C stu a iteaccful solution to tlie dent in college to realize that he Middle East crisis according to can go make an A sources ipliis contribution to sociefv Assad reportedly was coni Such people he said if they Cfieri over the crowing Sovietiearn to believe in themselves influence in Syria Undercan make an effective relation Atissi Syria refused lo join ship he underprivileged Aab summit meetings arResponding to the introduction ranged by Esypt and Jordan by President Stauffer in which The Damascus sources said Jlmiala administrator urged Assad also could be expected toia al work toward coorajnatmgues Of collee toward black Syrian Jordanian end Iraqi i students Ihe Rev Mr Day troops in a united front against urged a program of superviseddon County Republican Com Israels east and northeasternwork in the urban centers Imittee chairman announced to border There is no substitute for firstday Lhe appointment of S Curtis Coup soldiers alsn occupied hand experience he said and Yocum of 151i Moore Street Travelers warnings were fn effect for the Appalachians today as February took it on the lam to make way for lhe lion of March Hazardous conditions extend ed as far south as Allanla Ca where heavy rains thunder lightning and strong winds rocked the town late Friday Gainesville Ga 50 miles north of Atlanta reported the heavy precipitation was freez ing causing extremely hazar dous driving conditions from there north through higher elevations Nixon De Gaulle Try To Heal Wide Split Liinininioiix By All Male Jury Shaw Acquitted On First Ballot NEW ORLEANS UPI An allmale jury awarded Clay L Shaw on the second anniver sary of his arrest today a unanimous firstballot acquittal on Dist Ally Jim Garrisons charge Light snow fell across much T Tennessee wiUi little or nolihathe conspired to murder Jonn K Kennedy Only nine voles of the 12man Campaign Plan For UF Okayed of accumulation reported bu Asheville NC had five inches of new snow on the ground shortly after midnight Wet weather continued in the West but Southern Califor nia relaxed for a wary breather after another round of rain loods and mudslides Rain or showers fell along Ihe northern Pacific Coast with snow in higher areas Austin Xev reported five inches of new snow In Uie Los ecles area mudslides Friday blocked Iwoj A Campaign Plan of heavily traveled freeways has been endorsed and lv before Lhe afler noon rush campaign cabinel has xenguiHv hour causing massive traffic selected for the rimii snarls drive Mayor Sam Yorty officially Luke c of Mount Kis face creased panel were needed for a verdict The jurys decision was an nounced in cotirl af am EST 5t minutes afler the 10 husbands and hvo bachelors had retired lo deliberate We took nue ballol and it was unanimous said Larry D Morgan 24 an aircraft mecha Two significant steps for thejnjc who was No 7 Huntingdon County The 6foot4 inch 55yearold United Fund Campaign havejShaw retired managing riirec appraved by the UFjtor of the New Orleans international Trade Mart ap crk intoned tlie We Ihe ry find the defendant not as Tax Collector FRANCES R REMEK Woman Is Seeking Nomination Climax To Presidents rip Long Donald K Rinker Huntingdeclared the cily a disaster area as can von residents Continued On Page Five Visit Arabs Are Looking For Support Continued On Page Five INSIDE THE IVEWS Huntingdon as chairman of the spring 1969 voter registration drive The drive is an allout ef jfort to increase Republican reg 0 istration among the eligible vot Albert M Rung 6 iers of the in order to Along Ine Juniata s jget Ulem 0 he o in the May primaries Yocum was active in Repub the courlroom erupted in applause and Huntingdon today announced f unmpn hie faro noacori inilier intention of seeking the Re PARIS UPI idents Nixon and De Gaulle shook hands and buckled down in a 7lh century palace to day o discuss the deep split between lhe United Stales and Prance on world issues One immediate and critical issue confronting them was Berlin where liasl Germany emphasized new threats to West Berlin by closing for two hours the main highway to West Germany The climactic meeting that could decide lie success or failure of Nixons fivenation tour to seek Western unity was being held in Ihe Trianon Palace at Versailles once the ho 3 of Marie Antoinette and a symbol of Charles de Gaulles Frances R Remek a nativejvision nf 8lorV for France Creeled At Palace drove from he Qua oon county KepuWican tornaiea wiiyu i rowaeius d d th meeting held around his attorney of 20 years evening at the UFJEdward F Wegmann before ion United Fund presidenta grin and he threw his arm publican Party nomination f Foreign Office apart ii i r 11 r itii no c tinii 1 llin m rrVit damaged homes Widely scattered snow fell Continued On Page Five Hospitalized Ann Landers B 1 Classified Ads 9 Comics 7 Crossword Puzzls 9 jlican Coinmiilee affairs in Aile Columnists 6 jgheny Cwmty before he relocat Obituaries 2 j eri in Huntingdon early last year Society And Club News fi when he became associated Sports4 i with the firm of Africa Engine CAIRO UPDThe semi church Page 3 Continued On Page Five official newspaper Al said today French President Charles de Gaulle will urge el Of Offensive Presidenl Xixon to support aj Soviet plan for a Middle East1 settlement ihat calls for Israeli to return the Arab territories captured in the 1967 war Quoting French source in Cairo the newspaper said France supports the Kremlin pan for stepbyslep withdrawal of Israeli forces from the SAIGON UPI The Communists went on on e a nationwide lenor spree and shelled 50 towns conflict to draft it The Amen camps marking what US inlelHi proposal is in line with LN gence lodsv called the beginning of a new phase Security Council settlement in their sevendayold offensive We now expect moie ground Allies Expect Ground Attacks Israel rejected ihe Moscowj plan outright when it wsj presented earlier this year Former President Lyndon B Johnson acknowledged the pro pcsal but said it would require further study Britain adopted a similar position The newspapers report came Continued On Pace Pneumoni i attacks said a highrankin officer in Gen Creighton W Abrams US Command outlin HERBERT KYLE III Siiiitlifieid GI Wounded InVietnam Thursday evening office in Huntingdon walking o Ihe swinging doors of fhe courtroom rail lo shake eludes the following persons E B Heine Jr chairman H Gerald Quigg William E Swigarl Jr Robert C Etnire Dr John C Horn John B Brown Maurice S Lansberry and John E Miller Routine business matters at Lhe board meeting also includ ed the approval of a quarterly form for agency repoiiing and the appointment of the various comrnilfeestor 19fi91 Continued On Page Five California Has Another Oil Slick SANTA BARBARA Calif new oil slick bub bling from a leaking offshore oil Two new board members well in the Santa Barbara Maurice S Lansberry of HuntChanne today periled mites of beaches just recovering from an onslaught of slime The slick seeped from the same Union Oil Co platform from which another well dumped 21000 gallons a day into the Pacific before it was plugged Feb 7 Union officials would no I Continued On Page Five 7 Jimiatiaiis At Bethany This Weekend lhe office of tax collector for Oneida Township at lhe Pri mary Election Tuesday 20 mcnf where he spent the night and was greeted at the palace OwensCorning Fiberglas oration at Huntingdon from 19J5 until 1958 in the Service Depart men as order processing clerk Later she worked part lime in the HornTaste Bakery office then located al Fourteenth and Monre Streets For years she worked as a switchboard operater al JC Blair Memorial Hospilal She Ihen returned to Fiberglas as secretary in the Aerospace Di vision and al present she is Lhe teletype and data processing op era or in the films Production Planning Department at Hunt ingdon by Ihe French President They shook hands warmly TI rrm jj i and smiling walked past an Tlie GOP candidate is a graah j uate o Huntingdon Hish School llniformsfc ln enter the alace and later completed a course m d rk business admmisliation wjjle and aldea She was first employed by preparetl papers and noles for the six hours of sessions In the Continued On Page Two Seven Juniata Callage stua gallon eatimale of the latest dents are visiting Bethanyleak but admitted it could equal Elffin Illinois thisithe earlipr flnw ITipv said it Crewmen Support Bucher Calif The USS Pueblo Court of Inquiry was in recess today following Cmdr Lloyd Buchers tearful exit Friday when a MexicanAmerican sailor said Known to iier friends survjved by faith in God c marrinrl In JOj and my ajlrf faith in my h ui v u j j tirt yni flUHlJUlLlJ flf UCll f Seminaiy in Elgin Illinois earlier flow They said if Continued On Page Pivej weekend as part of a conferwas at least 2000 to 4000 ence on church vocations gallons a day With Dr Robert Wagoner An aerial sttrvev Friday of associate professor of philo5ofne s1ickaboilt i000 fcEL phy the group will attend fhree mlles lollSsilowed a film showing some f sUlrm flol5am ary approaches to the ministry 1r0e nli C5ollt s preventing tour the Church of the Breth I1UIBJII3 VUlIUlldllU DUllNll IUUI Uie VjllUlCU OI IMK R IS Hlirnril lninS what intelligence reports Sniitlifield Seminary campus and bei Jf1 JLJ MJ lli AvF f r viripr Pff lames 11 kv s r leuEeu Ine Oil aim jEaj is a 34day i tc James n Wltl the Course5 s nJ ii planned to end with a sllghllJ Bounded byoffered VC S rieaiT against Saigon aclon ln Vietnam on Th ir ilTincnuviloir iirni line ml 3 r I WASHINGTON iKor 552 jmer President Dwight j Eisenhowers pneumonia placed faje a grave burden on lus heart tociay But so far his cardiac condition was remaining stable The 78yearold jgencral one of the nations three fonner presiriems had been Abrams sent eight waves ie lllnj LJOJ1L II I PI i bombers against the m ulhe SoiMleasl wa r Jtr t r Tic itij1 11 r around and early His parents Mr and Mrs The barrier was composed of students will visit of emons grapefruit Judge Continues Ban Oil PSU Disorders BELLEFONTIS Pa UPI A county courl judge Friday night continued a preliminary injunction against student dem onstrations at Pennsylvania j commanding officer Tiie 11yearold Pueblo skip per left the room with wet checks while Storekeeper 3C Raaiion Rosa Ies 20 of El Paso Tex was slill at the witness table Buchers alloniey E Miles Harvey said the officer was emotionally on edge after five clays of listening lo his men the ordeal of 11 months captivity in North Korea Four Pueblo enlisled men and ministries in the Chicago ghetto areas and conclude their avocados The fruit of lemons grapefruit civilian oceanographer whn s kelp and I worked on lhe vessel when it was apparently to modify tlie ban nexl week capUired Jan 23 106S ln Hunlingdc Department of Defensedent of Bethany Seminary Laimlz To Be Speaker Al Legion Affair Robert Launlz of james making a remarkable recovery Conununist gunners knocked The telegram signed by MajjMiss Bonnie Bieber sopho James H Kyle Jr Fairgroundsvisit wilh a reception given by i washed into the sea fiomi University officials tlie five admiral unlingdon RD 3 reDr Pau M Robinson presiSoutt i telegram at last evening inj Included in the Juniata group wiimn ja miles lhem Uiat lheir 2lycariare Miss Nancy Maust junior Miss Nancy Three Helicopters old son had been wounded action infrom Somerset j Stnver junior Creek lrom until down Ihree US helicopters on Gen Kenneth G Wickham Thej more Hummelstown and Miss y and mortar barrages into South suit of hostile action Feb 25 He freshman Hustonlown and Wil 11 j j i in vi 11 it CITJO o the post on bulletins from Walter March 5 JReed AITOV Medical Center was The session will take place at midmornLns the Mount Union American The bulletin late Friday Legion Country Ciub at afternoon said riociors were Continued On Page Two pm Continued On Page Five treating the pneumonia with Continued On Page Five Deadline Nearing In Hes Tops Contest Biafraiis Return To Marketplace was a crew member of a mili tary vehicle on a combat opera ition when the vehicle came un der hostile small arms fire and hostile grenade attack the tele gram said Pfc Kyle was treat ed and hospitalized in Vietnam Since he is not seriously wounded no further report will uthern Californias richllhe temporary injunction lasljcourl Friday es during the recent jMonday nighl while about 250 SLv EM Summoned Six more Pueblo enlisted men groves rainstorm In Washington DC Interior Secretary Walter Hickel promised tougher regulations of Continued On Page Five liam Whitehead freshman Willunantic Conn Four Children Killed Iu Fire Four Critical OZU ABAM be the telegram conMTDDLETOWN Pa The women always come Foilr children were kilted and to the bombedout market of a four others critically injured Ozu Aba m They are too hungry Huntingdon Area Hign School late Friday nighl in an I Aft a f T I CT2V ii drafled one year ago on One week lo go Saturday March 8 has been account methods sf as the deadline for entries The who writes We have to live said one March 4 1968 He trained at The women craw through Jackson S C and Fort personal services and efficientrubble of the marketplaceRilcv KanHe one monlh lhe for unbroken bowls Fairgrounds Road home explosion and fire that ripped their parents frame home The children of Mr and Mrs Norman Buckner were trapped by the quickly spreading flames in he Hes Tops contest lelteraccording In theinf loved ones killed insponsored by The will have the choice ofjNigerian bombing attack lastj News to recognize its outstsnd1510 ln cssh or a six monlils ina newsboys Ascription to lhe Daily News i Biafran authorities said more1 Approximately fio letters havei The newsboy aboul whom 250 persons most of them bii received so far in the con prlzewmnin3 letler IS and children died when Fci S is being S25 00 in cash j a Sovietbuilt jet of the Nigerian in five divisions to cover the en1 Thelc fnrce dropped five bombs on tie Dailv News Huntingdon the marketplace crowded with because of the number oflmidday shoppers routes one in Mount Union one The attack came II hours nave been gaxton one in East Broad after the Nigerian government siilJ search nr ihe bodiesfand then departed Dec 14 from jnsjje the twostory structure in nf loved ones kil rrVwiiimipri On Pace Five lihis rommuniiv arvmi civ miio in a Continued On Page Five this community about six mile area to write a letter expressing their feelings about their newspaper rates on cour Top and one in northern Hunt ingdon County and McConnells town lo James Creek tesy promptness good nollec Cr16 hundred letters is the lion habits speciaJ attention loj Continued On Page Fivc had proclaimed a 48hour civil war truce in honor of a Moslem holiday When a woman finds a bowl Continued On Page Five THE WEATHER Cloudy with a chance of a few light snow flurries today The high 30 to 37 Continued cloudy with a few snow flurries Innighl The low in he upper 20s Sunday mostly cloudy with snow flurries ending The high in the 30s The outlook for Monday is variable cloudiness and seasonably cool south of the state capital al Harrisburg Dead al Harrisburg Hospital were Gale Buckner 6 and her Biris Are Awarded HARRISBURG UP1 The State Highways Dcpartmcnl Friday awarded bids totaling 336871 for 15 improvement students staged a sitin demon stration in the campus adminis tration building The demon have been summoned to leU their stories in open court slrakors had refused lo leave Monday Part of Fridays Uie building known as Old testimony was taken in secret until they received a re Early nexl week Washington ply from university President FJC will become the focal Eric A Walker on a ist of nine poinl of the Pueblo affair grievances Tiie House Armed Services Aboul 300 students packed Committee opens its own the Centre Counly courtroomPueblo investigation Tuesday Friday morning when Judge with the task entrusted lo a projects amounting to almostlAbraham Lipez opened a liearisljhcommitlee headed by Rep irt wi lnr i m TnniimJ 41 i i PtLo V 30 miles The work is located in 15 counties ing on the Universitys for a permanent injunction Continued On Page Five Sirhan Outburst Shocks Court Plea Is Refused LOS ANGELES UPI Sirhan B Sirhanldo you want to do about the stood up in the court a Liny figure and told judge he planned and carried out the murder ofwhatsoever Robert F Kennedy and wanted to die tor it Superior Court Herbert i V Walker replied that Sirhan offer no defense was in no condition to determine what he wanted lo do and refused the defendants brolhers Merle 2 Victor 4 demand his three expert law and Guy 7 yers be fired The question is what do you want to do about the penally I will ask to be executed sir This dialogue ensued accord ing to the official transcript at this time L know nothing in ttie withdraw my original plea thai permils a defendant not guilty and submit the plcajunder any circumstances lo Admitted in critical condition Mrs Mary Sirhan the of guilly as charged on with burns were Randy 8 months Caria 10 and Norma 13 Another girl Tina B suffered back and internal injuries she jumped from a second floor window Police said the mother of the children was visiting next door when die fire started er sobbed so uncontrollably on I also request that my lhe witness stand the trial had to be recessed until Monday The eightweek trial reached a dramatic1 peak Friday when chief defense counsel Grant B Cooper said his client wanted to make a statement outside the presence of the jury counsel disassociate themselves from this case completely I stand I understand that you want lo plead guilty to murder in the first degree sir I do right and what enlcr a plea of guilty lo murder in Ihe first degree and ask for execution Well J have Well now just a minute Why do you wanl lo do this I believe sir lhat is my business isnt it You have to give a reason Continued On Page Flve
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