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   Daily News (Newspaper) - March 3, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                CLASSIFIED ADS DIAL MISS CLASSIFIED 6434040 or 5424641 THE DAILY State Library Education Building Pa 17126 VOL 48 WINE CENTi COPT HUfVTIIVGDOiV AND MOUNT UNION PA MONDAY MARCH 3 1969 Phone 6434O4O NO 27 Ten persons including eight Hamilton which caused between WASHINGTON ent Nixon was back in the 1 White House today convinced children were made hornolessUne dangerous first tests of the weird lunar spithat his eightclay European Saturday in built fo land men on the moon this summer tour helped solidify the western Everything looks fine Weekend Winter Scene Along Point Road Snow has been a relative rarity in the district fhis winter and Sundays snow and mild temperatures made it idesl for area children who had been waiting for an opportunity to stream meandering into the Juniata River near the point enjoy the white stuff This Daily News photo shows a small the confluence of the River and the Raystown Branch east of Huntingdon Management radii ties To Be Unchanged British Company Acquires Prismo Wald Industries Renetv Offensive Everluirts Report Drive Has Progress S3 Announcement was made today of the acT nrisition cf the controlling interests of Prismo afety Corporation and Wald Industries Incby Ltd of England The announcement was made jointly by Cpiin R Corness managing director of Red land Ltd and Dr John C Hornj president of die Huntingdon cori porations The move forms Pris mo Wald into a unified opera tion with Universal Highways Lid of England an affiliate for years of Prismo and Wald and a subsidiary of Redlarid Each iis a major factor in highway Donald G Everhart in jts of the Juniata Valley ReJfry ancj nas licensees and distri ion of the Juniata College j but ion facilities overseas Margin of Difference cam The ReciiaKj prisrno Wald ajgn announced that began last year and pro ant progress had besn madegressed most satisfactorily to oward the goal oi the Juniata jhe transaction that was con galley campaign i eluded in the PrismoWald of Everhart president of Reeves fces and Co in Huntingdon ind a Juniata graduate of 1949j that Juniata had rej eived commitments totaling 61950 from area alumni local xisiness firms and friends Ali mini gifts totaled over S50000 vith the immediate Huntingdon At May Primary rea leading the way It was reported that several ocal business firms have joined he campaign lo assist in the sonstruction of the soon to be jompMed Ellis Hall the College hi the joint announcement both Corness and Horn indi cated that plans for expan sion were under way toward the growth of the Prismo Wald business The existing organization and its facili ties will be the nucleus of this forward move Prismo Wald managements will be MRS KATHRYN STEELE Sniitlifield Woman Eyes Mrs Kathryn Spruce Street Apollo Crew Begins Risky 10Day Flight 10 Made Homeless Dwelling Burns Near Newton Dangerous Test Of Lunar Spider CAPE KENNEDY UP Apollo 9 thun dered into space today on a 10day flight to Nixon Sure Trip Was fid j alliance and improve prospects IPrflirin0 Innirmnc Leslie M Alherlou dwelling ioj and Russell L Schweickarl Innnn mother cated in Wayne Township Mifjrode into space on the most jshipand Ihe weird lunar lander and damage reported spaceship commanderjiarnmed Apollo 9 into orbit reducing EastWest tensions An overheated stove pipe was Jnmes A McDivitt as he was the first Iripj The President told a crowd of blamed for the blaze at the his crewmen David R Scott ulto for the entire Apollo shivering welcomers at nearby Andrews Air Force Base Sunday night he returned confident America and her European allies are going to be able fo develop some new hours understandings with those who recovj checking Apollos 9 systems as I11 he past have opposed us on crcd from the colds that j though it were moonbound the i the other side of the world flin County at Greenbrier Mcj difficult and dangerous voyage about five miles astronauts have yet attempted They blasted off on a river of carried in a tapered cone between he spaceship and the third stage of the rocket east of Newton Hamilton The NewtonWayne Fire Comflame exactly on time at 11 Afler nearly three 3any was summoned to Reds Shell Saigon 12 Are Killed SAIGON UPI Guerrillas slammed three 100pound rock ets into Saigon today and one ol them hit a hospital one block from the US Embassy Ameri can Marines threw off aNorth Vietnamese attack below the Demilitarized Zone At least 12 South Vietnamese civilians were killed and more than 20 wounded in the second Communist shelling of Saigon in eight days most of them in a direct hit on a riverside shanty where hey slepi The rocket triggered a fire that destroyed 31 homes A second 122mm rocket blasted into the courtyard of the French run Grail Hospital spraying the wails of a he blaze and while on t lie scene received a call fo a sec ond fire in which a Mounl Un ion mans car was destroyed with a S400 loss The ten members Alherlon family were in bed early Saturday morning when the fire broke out Mrs At her ton was awakened by Ihe smell of smoke She went out doors and found flames shont ing through the roof of the nineroom frame dwelling While her husband a welder for North American Refrac tories Company at Mount Un the children from he home Mrs Atherlon delayed their launch Friday The 36story Saturn 5 rocket fromastronauts must separate from Nixon said he was most the third stage roll th ship j impressed by the new sense of ion got burning called firemen She is an emin this figure are 1092 students Enrollment Is Highest In JC His lory The Juniala College registrar John Hollinger announced that the enrollment for the Spring Semester is Ihe highest in the colleges history A total of 1132 students have regislered for classes Included ploye of the Mount Union Maiiu Continued On Page Five For Easter SPM Campaign Open House Successful Huntingdon Countys 1963 Easter Seal Drive was launched Sunday afternoon at an auspic ious and delightful Campaign Open House in the home of the chairman Ronald E Detwiler and Mrs Detwiler 2310 Cassady iiiv no UL r i maternity and pediatric pavilionAvenue Huntingdon ii In smtp nf snnwv w with shrapnel and wounding three children The hospital is a block from the US Embassy The third rocket landed on a Saigon riverfront near the Majestic Hotel 3 Saigon land mark at the end of the Tu DoSea Societys varied Street It killed a 3vearold boy the handicapped and wounded four adults aseep Mr and Mrs Detwiler registered as candidates for de gifes and 40 students who are not pursuing bachelor degrees The total enrollment represents an increase of 25 students over last years Spring Semester enrollment Among degree candidates the over and pull the lunar lander out of its cocoon trust he detected during his travels to five nations last The strange fourlegged slrucweek ture dubbed the spider is soj I senseda new trust on the weak it cannot support its ownjpart of the Europeans in weight on earth where it themselves growing out of the weighs six times its moonjfacl that theyve had a weight The launch was one of the most routine in the smooth Apollo series The rocket took 10 seconds to clear its umbilical tower and building up speed until it sent a sonic boom thundering across the beaches arched gently over the Atlantic The massive machine disap peared almost immediately behind the heavy clouds cover ing the cape area then appeared again high over the Atlantic Two and a half minutes after class of the largest en1 liftoff Ihe spent first stage rollmenl with J44 students The booster fell away and the five 1971 class numbers 274 while the 1970 clsss has 231 students Tlus remarkable recovery economi cally and politically as well as in their military strength since Hhe devastation of World War said Continued On Page Six Keep Flying Continued On Page Two Berliners Brush Aside Red Threat BERLIN f air 3 11 ii t rjlit a i engine second stage took over ines brushed aside today Soviet ramming the spacecraft out of lhpatsof dangers tf Continued On Page Two Taking It Easy House Is Facing Hard Work Week In spite of snowy weather en thusiasm was high and there was evidence of many special projects which will help tojloday for some hard work on pressing legislai bring HARRISBUEG UPI their planns fly lo West Berlin and vowed allied aircraft would operate until they were shot at The Soviets warned Sunday they could not be responsible for the safety of flights from the West to the outpost city this week Airline spokesmen interpreted that announcement as a notice of likely harassment of Ameri can Brilish and French flights to West Berlin but promised to House their regular sche dules They said the s still in thp funds ruWpH lol t i i i L i L iT T i nel me aovieis Sim butthe Senate is to take it easy with a tokenjwmijd he responsible for any ana evpannuie due to buzine wes on the quay the South Vietnamese police said If was the firsl bombardment of Saigon since Vice President Continued On Page Six both The House Is faced second vole on a Steele of 203 Huntingdon an Bounces her candidacy for nomj12 Ince Charges continued as will their prcs ently located facilities Prismo has been he pioneer jnatio to the office of tax col Ellis Hall will be comiof the refiectorization of Smiihfield Township oni ileted in the summer and open for highway markings and signsthe Republican ticket Ihe or student at the beginningnow being used as the will be held f the academic year in Seplemjfor the entire United Stales u rer Slhrouffboul ihe world This pro1 Mrs Steele nas been a resi rft mn husin have cess oaicnied in 1933 was niaceddent of Smiihfield for five years Sved from PMerson the first in 1936previously living in Huntingdon Gerbo Footwear The Thrift On Page Two orporalion and the First Xa Seven Clubs In County Are Raided Continued On Page Six Damage Icy Roads Figure Iii 4 Accidents Snow covered icy highways were a factor in four weekend traffic accidents inHuntingdon County Stale Police reported today that seven vehicles five cars a Jeep and a truck were dam aged a total of S3400 in the mis bsps One vehicle was demol ished Only one person was injured she was released after be ing treated at the Huntingdon hospital Two cars were damaged S600 D in an accident at Sunday Robert B nend afternoon on Shirley Township time outstanding Route 380 about 3 miles north player and now the control 01 Shirlcysburg No person was er of Allegheny County will injured in the mishap Law enforcement officers She is a native of Aitch a daughter of Lawrence A Kringj The office seeker has been Huntingdon County ployed bv Swigart during the weekend in a Inc of Huntingdon for the 17 years holding a position the property fire insurance de A11 of raids were success partment She was married to ful antl 2 persons will face Glenn J Steele who died Kovemicharges seven for establishment ber 9 1963 jof gambling places and the She is a member of the ladies for violation of state auxiliary to Ihe Smiihfield Voljlnuor laws In two cases douhle unteer Fire Company and becharges will befiled against the a long baseball William Lee 20 Shir leysburg R D i was south bound operating a 1965 Chevro let convertible Whitsel was travelling up a slight grade while Daniel B 17 Continued On Page Five be the guest speaker Wed nesday at the spring meeting sponsored by the Huntingdon County Republican Commit tee It will be held at pm at the Elks Home in Huntingdon Continued On Page Two of the Snare Placed On Historical Commission Hon Orville E Snare Huntingdon member of state House of Representatives from the 81sl Legislative Dis trict has been appointed to the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission by Her bert Fineman speaker cf the House Snare has been associated with conservation of natural re sources over the years and feels that by this appointment he can maintain a direct inter est in the conservation of the rich heritage o Pennsylvania and especially the wealth of history in the 81st district which he represents The commission is under the Continued On Page Ten men being arrested The final raid in Ihe series was staged at last night at Ihe WatsonBlack American Legion Post No 126 Home Association at Broad Top City State Police from Huntingdon and Hollidaysburg and State Li quor Control Board officers took Thomas Bathavic Broad City into custody for establish ing the gambling place Jerry Duane Bard of burg Gerald Franklin Brindle o Aitch and Robert Gutshall o Three Springs face arrest fo gaming Gutshall also is being arrested for selling liquor with Continued On Page Ten INSIDE THE NEWS Ann Landers 6 Classified Ads 9 7 Crossword Puzzle 9 Pennsylvania Story 3 Obituaries2 Society And Club News 8 Sports 4 Through These Doors 3 tax enabling bill and it may work on a Democratic spon sored labor package The Senate was lo have been on vacation for two weeks but this maneuver was foiled last week by House Democrats who uanted them to stay around and work on the Philadelphia Miss Jeanne E Feeley Hunti3111 alld community courts leg Continued On Page Ten ijslahon of whom are members of the society board were gracious hosts and their charming home an ideal place for directors and riends to discuss campaign lans and Easter Seal projects Two representatives of the ennsylvania Society were wel come additions to the group The tax enabling bill would PhiadePhia Cement i jiiidueipiiid Council o restore an inferim tern aircraft or similar harass 4 mill real estate tax to raise million for public schools The measure was defeated last week when Republicans withheld their votes on grounds some Philadelphia Democrats were not present to be recorded in favor of the bill Democrats have promised to Continued On Page Ten We will keep flying as long las the Russians do not impede us by such things as shooting Continued On Page Ten Dr Myers Will Sf3eak At Service Dr Wayne M Meyers of Cherrylown and Congo will be the featured speaker at the World Day of Prayer service in Huntingdon on Friday March 7 at 8 oclock in the Abbey United Church of Christ Accompanying him will be Mrs Meyers and they will show slides of their work at the Kivu vu Leprosarium in Congo where Dr Meyers has been director or three years Growing Together in Christ is the theme of the 1969 observ ance sponsored nationally by Church Women United and lo cally by the Huntingdon Council of Churches Through most auspicious coin cidence Dr Meyers will be re porting on his efforts as a medi cal missionary in a country whose women helped to prepare the service for the evening It is fitting that out of the ex periences of women from Afri ca a continent rich in national development yet also torn by conflict and racism the theme Continued On Page Two Delivilers Host Easier Seal Event Campaign Open House marking Ihe start of Huntingdon Countys 1969 Easier Seal Drive was held yesterday at the home of campaign chairman Ronald E Detwiler and Mrs Detwiler in Huntingdon Special projects for the monthlong drive were emphasized Pictured left to right are Chairman Detwiler with a coin collector Mrs Detwiler holding one of button on towels Dr Donald M Fauth Hot Stick Bread Sunday chairman and Miss Jeanne E Feeley state representative who displays the Easter Seals THE WEATHER Sunny with seasonal tem peratures today High tem perature in the upper 30s to low 4fts Fair and cool Jo night Low temperature in the low and middle 2te Tuesday increasing cloudi ness with chance o snow flurries toward evening High temperature in the 30s Wednesday outlook mostly cloudy and cool with chance of snow flurries   

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