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   Daily News (Newspaper) - March 6, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                rff p South Viet Protest Cuts Talks Snort Chipper Spacemen Conduct Tests THE DAILY NEWS VOL 48 HUiVTINGDOIV ANDMOUNT UNION PA THURSDAY MARCH 6 1969 Tax Collector Hold Annual Spring Dinner Sickness Is Only Problem SPACE CENTER Houston UPI The three Apollo 9 astro nauts began the fourth day of the nations bus iest spacefhght bright snd chipper today and geared up for an open hstch test of the locust looking machine set to ferry American to the moon this summer Good mornina Houston said sleepy David R Scot after the firs radio calf 55 flasnco to ihe earthorbiting tandem spacecraft i EST Comes mighty early doesnt it answered ground conismini caior Ronaid Evans Oh yeah and its sill dark too joked Only Hitch The only hitcii io an otherwise kJeai Jest o ihe lander Wednesday was z mysterious Space sickness dial hJ rookie Fussel L Saiweickart while he and commander James Ai McDivitt were giving the rnoon1 bug ite initial workout j the double stuck of r forced project officials to cancel a woman is aspirins to the of Taking note oi the Sen weickarts scheduled fice of iax collector in Three isolated nature of today Springs Borough Count v he warned his audience Y planned io wear Peggy Ann Walker today anthat racial unrest snd campus1 ulIUn oulfrn u i jnounceo her candidacy for the disorders are not something that Republican Party nomination just occur in distant laree S for the office of tax collector in ies i f106 Heffner granted the e fial counsel for the defendants NO 30 Play In Festival Party Faithful Hear Bob Friend Republics Party faithful over 300 strongj jammed into the Huntingdon Elks Home last evening to hear a talk by Bob Friend former baseball standout and now controller of Allel jgheny County V We should use our hzndsBy Judge rather than wring them in des pair the guest speaker dei kJared in urging his audience toi involved i Unless the tide is reversed our beloved nstion may be eni gulfed in anarchy hs empha PEGGY ANN WALKER Woman Is Candidate For Position Friend who based his theme on the OOPs traditional Lincoln Defendants In 2 Trials Convicted Merle Heffner pre June Dav dinners said he still considslded at tnals without jur ered iasi niehfs fund raisins lcs ln Huntingdon County yes event as a Lincoln Day erciay and adjudged both the S at Use n R 01 KAY KROUSE fer the first lime was Continued On Page Five 2 Auditors Appointed By Judse Hefflier u are hying an illusion irfour dav in h t fj you rhinx so he declared moions i In her announcement today Ine spring banquet got untake place afer ihe jurisj Mrs Walker noted that manyoer way witn tne invocation o1received and acted on the moi communities have elected the District Attorney Newton C jons younEer businesswoman to nanTaylor with dinner music pro Judge h Merle Hemier snd be jus vided by The Tones UiMrict appointment K ticcs of r u 11 n v noancea the two townsho Eiioitors at the PAMELA TILSON to fill me unexplred term oi munity sifairs since moving to served as the master oi cere Surgeon Called Josephine Mitchell who has from he Broadmonies and introduced Mrs Dr Thomas R Mainzer Hunt moved from that township Too She is a member of Duke Moran an surgeon was ihe Dean McCany was pness and Professional Womens tarsi to Friend and Curtis Yowitness in ihe Long irial He auditor for Union CJub of Huntingdon snd she is cum newly named Continued On Five Continued On Page Fsvei Continued On Pa Comic j Opens Tonight ui Qne Of AI Huiilinjnloii Red Rocketing Is Real Threat To Peace Parley PARIS UPI South Vietnam cut short Ihe Vietnam peace talks today in protest against the Communist shelling of towns and cities in South Vietnam Vice President Nguyen Cao Ky already WHS hinting that Saigon might pull out of the talks altogether The move came after Saigon negotiator Pham Dang Lam denounced the racketing in hitter terms and US Ambassa dor Henry Cabot Lodge formal ly relayed In the Communists President NMxons warning that ihe shelling could britig an appropriate response Lodge told newsmen at end of the brief meeting Smith Vietnam moved lo adjourn saying I hat with these kinds of activities eoing nni there was not a proper atmosphere for discussions of peace He said the unprecedented South Vietnam move was definitely not a South Vietna mese walkoul Despite previous protests Ihe Comnumisls hii Saigon again j today wiih a rocket barrage thai killed 22 South Vietnamese men women and children and wounded scores of others Lodge already had prepared protest against Ihe previous shelling of a hospital in Saieonj Both Hanoi and the Viet Cong delegates were defiant lodayJ They said She shcllings would continue until the American1 LOLA RAMSEY Mount Union Students In State Band Three students will be are driven fronr senting the Mount Union tllev fleilicri anv Tllo High School at the of an First Uniied Melhodisl ia High School Band Festival to halt llle shelling if IP UnitedChurch ot Huntingdon will BISHOP H W KAEBN1CK Methodist Bishop To Be Speaker for the halts Ihe bombing Dv le Episcopal leader Joint SHmnl nnNorth Vietnam Harrisbnrg Area of the Sh67andf Lodge old the Methodist Church on TI 1 deleeales fnriav Wp IHPP March 9 He The three Lola Ramsey ParnS tha vm Hnnhaif afaiis w Kaeb Afa Tilcrm anrl LiTVntteA UlrU Hi CillllillHlC 35 n T tsid i Uaon 3nu KIOUS6 i r nirk wnn HP hvpr hp cpr lD 3 f IP ft InP 11IJ1 11IC 3SI1 3v vir itJG of I ITS i cJiciJr nion 3 t iiip I f 4i m n ilt di uiMici bsna jpopulatinns upon innocent ud Bishop Kaebnick will be as Ouest conauctor will be Ltmcll anci children jsisted in Ihe morning service by Commander Anthony Mitchell i He lvarninc iDrPal1 E Mcrs district su has just retiied as lle Hanoi antj vjc Cotnperintenricnt of the Altoona Dis t tne united otatcs riofiani strict of the Central Pennsylva TI t Lt Ill el UcilOMI rllLIL U11L j r has 33lrtjccted Ule lhrfal andMW ma Conference and by it would continue figKiingPaslor lhe Bev0rwlle VWar guest conductor of Dsfnct Bandjagainsl the Arfleicans and resinais held at Jonnsonourg Vietnamese regime They Bishop Kaebnick was assigned ana tuaguay in 196a and ave vowed from the first leadership of ihe Harrisburg Public concerts wiJI be held onjfight unlil all American agArea by the Northeastern Juris irjday and Jsauuday March 7 Ercssor troops withdraw fromdictional Conference meeting in x0 and 8 at p m in the aud Pull Enft Germans Up Short ness said he found Long in be quiet and cooperative Thrre Allies Believe Soviets Keep Lid On Berlin Crisis was an odor of alcohol on theda Jn oller Auditorium defendants hrcath and Vass Hakoshima interna Roman romp The AM Uiree are seniors at the through school Miss Ramsey is the daughter of Mr and Mrs01 air Ramsey of Mount Union She alcohol test ULi t C3II1 dltVI A IQiVUCI LI HIt3 111 Ltl lifil refused to take a blood i lionally known lays Ue ibanine 16 acUvltles m and Juniatas Theatre Artislin i 16 acUvltles mlllde Liiu j MiUQin O i ti C LliLill j rr Dr Mainzer said in his opin Residence is assisting ueasilrer jion Long was under the influClayton Briggs director of jence of intoxicating liqunr The major spring play of the jBuckhannon West Virginia Ju ofi lit 1 ill OJJa yi MIC AL witness said fair to partment of Speech and TheRL good in the iests given himlatre gressor troops South Vietnam Before going into Ihe talks jly 19K8 following 43 years of Lodge told newsmen 1 amidisfinguisherf service as pastor going to have to refer today all district superintendent execu Continued On Page Five live secretary and bishop of the former Lvangehcal U n rt e d Brethren Church As resident head of the Har risburg Area the bishop has spiritual and administrative leadership of some mem bers of more than 1100 mid Meihodist Church is located in Har 649 Names Removed From Voter Lists BERLIN UPI1 Western Allied officials say the Russians probably never intended to let the latest Berlin fiareup gel out of hand and thp firm stand of the Western Allies may have pei suaded them to rein the East Germans up short Some warn the series of Communist squeezes on the citvs lifelines to ihe Seeks Office Heinemaim Is L111 usual Politician VfeK msv not be over vet Mire sporadic disruptions of traffic between West Berlin and ihe Vesi are conceded a disinn possibility and perhap more tnl shuidoAns n r11 GtiJtav Heirtcmsrin the road out of the Communist president of West Germany is encircled city no a typical politician Bu m much i5 at tV Hememann i almos exceslhs the sively honest He acts on his prospect of talks wuh re moral conviciions which more tnncd trie Russians often ihari no re minority I0 r5 SffoJS ecaation of the and ne cives inquiring dispje cxu West German v s newsmen snd rio presidential ejection answers they do not expec n Berlin frOTn mas government officials This had been the view ni He is known as well for his officials all slon precision of clubi hundred fortynine names County andhave been removed from bui noted that on one the heel J District Band Count registrabon gishopKaebnick was born in there definite of the comedy Miss 1 ilson the daughter ofi15 iBrookston Pa spent his boy s32EennV Dr Mainzer accius Plautus was oneiMr and Mrs Emory Tilson ofi TheHunLingdon County Lleci Continued On Page Five there was no evidence of illness of Romes most popular Lmon plays the cornet j lion Boaid clerks sent l03i or injurv noted in ihe defendmost successful playwrightdfnd serving as presidenl of carcls to persons who had failedj anf case He lwice amassed a fortuneUle Mount Area H i g h to cast ballots during Ihe previ Policeman On Stand idurins the first centun in Bafld she ts director ofious two years These cards enj David CreEwell 30 parttime Roman theatre Having lost histne FeP Balld anci a member abled the voter to reinstate Mount Union policeman said he first profits in a disastrous Continued On Page Five first saw the defendant aboutshipping venture Plautus bailed Continued On Page Ten Continued On Page Five 31 Carriers Receive Hes Tops Nomination P1DA Runs Out Of Money HARR1SBURG UPH The himself and thus keep on the active registration list j Three hundred eightysix perPennsylvania Indusirial Devel sons on that list have been rejopment Authority PDA ran Killed By CaveIn UPPER DARBY Pa UPI instated either by return of the oil L of money Wednesday B Seivard 25 or by correction of adi Stale Commece Ser den City was killed and a The remaining 649 Slate Commerce Secretary low carpenter was injuredhave been withdrawn since noiClifford L Iones PIDA chair Wednesday when a was taken by the parliesman explained Officially AZ trench they were shoring withjconcerned 01 this dale PIDA is out of planks collapsed It The board reported that 131 j funds unlil new appropriations rescuers 30 minules to dignew names have been added available That should be Sfiivarri fret HP was dead nnfhp voter listinas durins the ir fiscal 196970 which begins Seivard free He was dead onthe voter listings during the hard Schroeder hv six lo lhevi air corridors made the third ballot it to wonder G DEWEY BLACK Black WiU Run For ReElectiou Thirty one Daily News car received multiple recommeni rier boys throughout the newsNations arrival at Delaware County i present registration period July 1 paoers circulation area have Dailv News subscribers still Memorial Hospital where Wilj It was pointed out that ihei Before emplying its treasury hppn ni TOPS PR nave lime to write etters com llam Walterson 32 Secane 649 persons who were dropped the agency Wednesday lenia oeen a Mes luta r appovecj ioans lo 19 0 cal industrial development or ganizations lotaling 56995030 tions for a new market annexiorder to be able to vole at thejTwenty nine separate proects Lltitril iVcilrt ntialUiO ctl L it i T r j it mentmg on their carriersqualjistruck bv falling planks was for not having voted within the dorsement b their customers in ficatlnns as Hes TOPS for a shoulder injury past two years still have until tne contest which ends tms Entries addressed toi The men were building foundaMarch 31 to reregister urdav March 8 Hes TOPS Contest Nominated for winners in mgdon Pa should contest are Lewis McCartney f on or b e f o r e Randall Stspleton Greg Walker Marcn 8 David Corbin George Copenhav Criteria for a Hes TOPS er Danny Cramer Bruce Brucarrier include courtesy no Bobbv Baker Chris Ross promptness good collection hah JDavid Sofcnson Mike Harris its special attention to person iDwayne Hawn David Hindman21 services and efficient ac Simpsofi Victor Ln shopping Center jMay 20 Primarv Election I J Continued On Page Five v methods Tellg Of Capture Of Documents Secret Papers On Pueblo icook from the USS Pueblo says he walked over THE WEATHER Increasing cloudiness with reasonable temperatures tiy day Hih mid 30s to low Cloudy and cold wiih a chance of occasional light that they would hold the Pvussianj responsible for any serious trouble topped by j Continued On Page Five I x i City has always been a Re publican and has served as a GOP commiiteeman for sev eral terms He is a son of she late Mr and Mrs Adam J Black of Broad Top His father was a former commissioner of in 20s Cloudy and cold scattered snow flurries Fri day High in the 30s Sat urdays outlook partly cloudy and cold with a ew uow flurries has Thomas 0 director of thej National Aeronautics and Space j Administration Paine 47 hasj been acting administrator since Oct when James E Webb retired from the post i Severa of the newsboys number of Mount Union one in onein in northern and McConnellstown to A Saxton subscriber INSIDE THE NEWS Ann Landers 3 Classified Ads 11 HuntjPapers largeitivity one in Commissaryman 2C Reed 30 Danville Koreans led him into cap crammed with papers lying on during the North Korean attack Are you sure there were that many about The GOP candidate has served on the Broad Top Bor ough Council for more than 25 years He also has served as chairman of the Broad Top Continued On Page Five i Crossword Puzzle 11 6 Stock Market 2 County James named Kathy should send in another i letter for her newsboy In the Hes TOPS envelope was the Obituaries 2 page of a letter written to Society And Club News 8 j someone else and not the letter Sports 4 j recommending her Daily News Sunday School Lesson 12 carrier ssKxTp tm hern Huntingdon County cuments apparent capture beL DDuif 1L fore inquiry into the court of Pueblo affair Three more enlisted men the Pueblo when it was captured Jan 23 1W8 Closed Session were summoned today by the j Tne uent intoclosed court which is hearing testimosession during the afternoon for ny on the behavior of the Pueblos 82man crew during 11 testimony from enlisted men who worked in the Pueblos because the North Koreans had Ten or more Reed replied The bags were weighted so they would sink in tiie sea when thrown overboard They ap parently were not disposed of months of captivity in North electronic espionage unit j the Pueblos decks covered with i Korea The admirals appeared Continued On Page Five   

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