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   Daily News (Newspaper) - March 8, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                CLASSIFIED ADS DIAL MISS CLASSIFIED or 5424641 THE DAILY VOL KINK CENTS COPT Studying Position Nixon Deciding On ABM System KEY BISCAYNE Fla UPI President HUXTIXGDON AM MOUNT UNION PA SATURDAY MARCH 8 1969 Hospitals Radiologist Is Leaving Dr Robert J Ayella of Taylor Highlands radiologist at the J CBlair Memorial Hospital since Nixon armed with pro and con position 15 today was deciding on deployment of the multiat Baltimore billiondollar antiballistic missile system indications the controversial defense project would get a soi ahead Nixon told newsmen fhe University of has not yet made up his mind Dryland Hospital and a con He nlans in wjsultant at the Baltimore Veter Z T IS Allocated In Road Funds Effective April 15 lie will ac Despite some indications afPsitj11 m fne teaching Sentinel missile13 B aie of Mary land He also will be a senior Phone 6434O4O NO Astronauts Prove U S Is Ready For Moon Landing He plans to decision early next probably Tuesday Nixon retreated lo his announce his week ans Administration Hospital Dr Ayella said today that uninlos regrettable part about the mxon retreated to his sunilllysl regreuaoie part about the Daily News Harrisburg Bureaudrenched seaside winter is leaving Huntingdon HARRISBURG A total io P on the sfurfyianrt its fine people He added S31371f in lozal road monies reports in his that his family will continue ioi been cleared bv the State briefcase Im going to live in Huntingdon until after y or Generals Department for be slufvln lhe ABM his the close of school this yearin io weekend he saiH nn flipuie Avellas IIHVP four rhiMipn h Fullington Bus Hearing Continues Fortyfive persons testified in Huntingdon until afteryesterday during a Pennsylva Townf Are Shelled Red Offensive Goes Full Blast Communisl soldiers ac Black Heritage S3 Series Ends On Tuesday The Black Heritage series at Juniala College will conclude Tuesday evening March 11 with an informal discussion led Dr Dangerous Mission Is Big Success MdjCelera led meir nationwide offensive in its 14th I lie or Generals Deparrment for De stu0vln lne ABM this we close o school this yearjnia Public Utility Commissionday today shelling 50 towns ind Allied ha envelopment The forwarding to 4S political lle thelTie Ayellas have four childrenhearing on the Fullington Autojand slamming three Around i University visions in Huntingdon fwmjlwo boys and two grte Company s apphcauon for cuardinp CVm allacks into USj The discussion part of 970 266 for ft60 FlMday mSht A Philadelphia native the 44ithe io conduct special ex Aiding Saigon tribution to townships boroiwhsLi the sun jndiyearold radiologist did his afnd tmr alld sighisee least 163 Cong and end cities throughout the stale1 X0n who reacheddelgraduate work at the rPs from lile HuntingdonNortn Vietnamese troopers died whole tTiiis an increase nef sionmaking stage after veisiJy of Pennsvlvania where Mount Union arca I Van to overrun the of socret meetings received his MD deeree in The hearing held in the mainUnmca astride a nirtroom at Huntinizrion filtration route from iCamrjodia 25 to 55 miles north the capital uecemoer ivar ne worKect asllllvieu UMl a laiur uaie io oe efr nu Khuong US air playback loud and clear at Presbvlerian Hosiset by the PLC Cavalrymen with artillery war Hill where opponentspitai Philadelphiafor three Albert W Johnson of Roaring fes helicopter gunships project will spur years and was an was fhp hparill PVamin Mlled Ia4Rcds m sevn hours informal discussion led by SPACE CENTER David Gottlieb director of Houston DPI The having Pennsvlvania nil PS Pool Bids Advertised flown titled White171 ae on Black The Oppressor Looksllanding at the Oppressed will be helded in the South Hall Lounge begin1 ning at Dr Gottlieb received his BA degree from Wayne Stale Uni versity in 195i and his Ph D from the University of Chicago in I960 He was formerly assis tant director for Plans and Apollo 9 crew lures in a historys first believe lunar perfectly to taking pic key ex peri Continued On Page Two tor in radiology at the Blood Unit Will Visit On March 19 sity of Pennsylvania At the direct to communities as op posed to liquid fuels tax pay ments later in the year marie by the state to counties for distri bution at the discretion of coun ty commissioners to their politi cal In the present case the mott ies are also derived from liquid j fuels taxes but apportionment of the funds is made directly to The Red Cross Jblood orozram political subdivisions on 3 t jmuu laiion mileage formula pei cent population and 60 per born child to its mother to I cen mileage The funds are to those who are ill and those who be used tor construction andsuffer injuries maintenance of streets roadssurgery and bridges within the municii So that persons in this area i are asnnpd four years as a T tnree v jonnson 01 inpft eninn rrograms wici lie Job Corns m Snrino WM flip hpariiid Pvamin Mllecl m Seven hOUIS I bpimg Rec e Un verier g exammiof some of the heaviest fighting Association and to State iof the guerrilla offensive TheSPrln8S Borough officials tolr Goltlleo laught at Harvard f M proceedingsAmericans lost 11 killed and 20ldav announced the releasing Ofs vrsityHowaid University and trainjcpmplcteils case and the oppol in ih plamilnsi western ilnivereilj8 3 ing medical students and trainj complete its case and the oppoi ing medical doctors to be radiojsilion will require one half a riayi jfor protest and finalization He received his master of sci Fullinglons application is be riAeWfin 1 t f i r gons appcaon s e ence degree at the Lniversily ofjing opposed bv Blue and White Pennsylvania Graduate School Lines Inc AJtoona and Yoder and this was fllowed md a Tourways Mallawana They tile threei for tlie borough were 12 killed and 40j Bid forms prepared accoraing to military engineering firm Of spokesmen fellowship in al lllc llallll6iD 0 rd e at the same university by Richard A Krsfume J He comoleted 10 vears of oroUk of Aiinnna lu Ume Elsewhere Army and Marine U11HC1 hammered Vietnams at the heanngjb order Demilitarized Zone He completed 10 years of propers of Alloona training with a Atlornev Christian V Graf or i are assured of having adeouate I1U LnOSt JMI a ISt Id 11 Ulcil face residency in radiology atiHarrisbtirg was the leeal coun jBrooke Army Hospital jsel for ihe applicant Dr Ayella was in the service Opposition Present for the third rimeoioodTirmeVS IteTn Continued On Page Two Campuses Settle Down For Weekend f available Monday Frank Magiuf gujufr iu oe up on ar WiVn estblish and carr on a Friday Euaene of Iurnlshmg wxd 21 i u j ihe blood and blood products i Jie AABL nod presented athemselves to phvsicians f i Dramatiaations of the student On Page Two demands have led to violence on several campuses including suspected arson at Beloit College in Wisconsin end shots fired at campus buildinzs at longtroubled San Francisco State College A student was arrested for those gunshots Friday Reaction To Disorders Reactions to the studen disorders came from severs quarters in the nations capital Continued On Page Two ingdon Chapter of the American Red Cross urges volunteers report to the Huntingdon ComjJn Sirhan Murder Trial mumty Center on March 19 The bioodmobile unit from the Johnstown Regional Blood Cen ter will be in Huntingdon that day from 12 noon to 6 pm to receive blood Sponsoring the r in President J Richard Fulling Regular Army Medical Corps atiton and Secretary Treasurer Continued On Page Two Continued On Page Two Trance Becomes Prime Question Feb 19 hitting what a spotter pilot called the biggest group of Red soldiers seen in the strip since the bombing of North Vietnam stopped Nov 1 The barrages killed seven of the 100 i western University He hasserved as consultant the Education S Office of Science and Insti the Of 3tirg Youth Opportunities bid Among his many ment that may be more of a boon to the man on the street than landing men on the moon You must think were lo stay up here forever astronaut David R Scott radioed the ground Friday night at the end of one nf the busiest and most dangerous riavs in space Scott James A McDiviu and Russell L Schweickart proved that Americas men and ma chines were ready to land this face of the moon 239000 miles Approval for the advertising was given by Hiree Springs Borough CounChildren of tiie Poor ieriated Adolescent The Em All bids must be in the hands of Youth Cultures of borough secretary Dale Behavior in Urban away The asironatils were to unucn iie main engine of tueir many publications command shP to lower r 1 TJI I i I llPl Paith nf Vll f n n rn I C sixbooks ealth nrDit lo a ceiliiis of 155 miles the nextJoIast orbit i agto UL n tc iw j vjugjj clai 16 i iui m ui Udl Communists and blasted five ofiPeferson in time for the borlAreaSl Tile American Adoles L ough meetjno time in the Uarch 24 It is important that J contract be awarded asi Coitwued On Page Five their bunkers the first war the guerrillas used heavy contract be awarded asi 105mm artillery in the Centai quickly as possible as the tarj Highlands shelling US date for the completionof Infantry Division troops Thurs day None of the Americans reported hurt and Friday US fliers tracked down the two anci Sociology of Educa LOS ANGELES UPI The murder trial of Sirhan B Sirhan now gets down to the basic question Was he in a mystic trance he killed Sen Robert F Kennedy howitzers and destroyed one ofj them spokesmen said i uji US B52 bombers rained 16 Continued On Page Two the community pool is June i All signs are favorable for the building of this pool no 57450 From PLCB Or did he know exactly whati he was doing plot the murder and carry it out with deiiberaj lion and premeditation i A parade of psychiatrists and psychologists will testify for the defense beginning Monday The jurys acceptance of theiri testimony will largely deter mine whether the INSIDE THE NEWS President Of Board Is Speaker m mine me T The members of the HuntmgiArab immigran is sentenced to supervisor of don Kiwarus Club heard the first the gas chamber Corning Fiberglas Huntingdon speaker in the series on educa nn plant has been promoted to mat Diuibar Is Given New Assignment u i i G Dunbar technical h u ha1 the W1 b and the reception of the major construcrion program by the people of the Three Springs area has been remarkable j 16 County Units Will Get Refunds license n m refunds frorn fhe speaker in the series on educa lion Richard J Endres presi dent of Uie Huntingdon Area Albert M Runs g School District at the regular1 Alonz The Juniata 5 i meeting of the club held Thtirs Ann Landers 5 Classified Ads 9 Comics 7 Crossword Puzzle 9 Columnists g Obituaries 2 Society And Club News 8 Sports 4 Church Page 3 vn Planl has been Promoted No Rctollecdon technologist for the Reinforce Sirhan says he has noments Technology Group at the of shooting Kennej companys research and de jvelopment laboratorv in Gran A psychiatrist will testify thatviiie Ohio In this position he vv noon at the Hotel rcnu Hun junder hypnosis Sirhan can report to G Ni at Endres fold the Kiwanians nght Up Granville effective April 1 An the philosophy ihe workings and g ri e nouncement of Dunbars assign ihe innovations of the 13district wars made today by Roy J Uelensei Hess Huntingdon plant man ever accomplished in so small a town in Pennsylvania All efforts to make this proState Liquor Control Board gram successful have proven The payments which have the chairman re been approved by the board On Page Five and forwarded to the Auditor General and State Treasurer for final clearance and check writing represent annual re tail license fees paid to the board by establishments within ihe municipalities for either themselves Continued Reuaiued Vice Presicleiil Of FOP Locke o Pennsylvania State Continued On Page Two In Smithfield new licenses or renewals dur in2 the period from August 1 Pohce 19BB to January 31 1969 of the 13district Grant Cooper contends mgdon Area School Djstnct sirhans volatile nature the fall agr rne speaker whose exfrom a racehorse his drinking Continued On Page Two Continued On Page Two D lintgf oo mi tvi y i an chemist in Trooper Ruegg was reelect burg Process Control Laboratory to ye Huntingdon County S150 Car the Newark Ohio plant in for I9fifAlso returned to bon Henderson tember 1958 He later held astileir 19f8 posls were President Miller S150 Morris signments in the Continuous James S Moyle of McVeyShirley Smithfield Strand and Bonded Mat partments at marble plant Dunbar became associated with the Huntingdon plant dur ing the summer of 1962 when he was responsible for training Huntingdon personnel on the MfiOO mat process at Granville He transferred to the Hunting don plant as mat fabrication supervisor in October 1962 He served as process and quality control manager of the Huntingdon Aerospace Depart Continued On Page Two PO Drivers Complete 8th AccidentFree Year Drivers for the Huntingdon Post Office have been awarded a Post Office Department Motor Vehicle Safety Award for 1968 The five men have compiled an enviable record of accidentfree delivery of US mail Starting their ninth safe driving year are RDI carrier William J Kemp RD3 carrier Georfej W Robb Superintendent of Mails Thomas S Jackson William H Minsker and Robert Gierger drivers of the trucks RD2 carrier John Hanks was va cationing at the time tfaia photo was taken The certificatt is awarded fo the post office for meritorious performance in motor vehicle accident prevention during the year I9601 It pertains to the records of those carriers assigned to daily driving who in Huntingdon mail pickup and delivery cover well over 225 miles a day five days a week not counting the substitute drivers Spans of safedriving time for these men include Kemps five years Hanks 13 years Minskers 14 years and Giengers eight years vpar Wlrail nupn Bl blue was named n County Ridge Lodge of County munici s and the amounts they Swill receive are as follows Boroughs Huntingdon Alexandria Broad City Coalmonf Lewi5 Mill Creek S50 Mount Union Pclersburgi 550shirleys game protector recording strings are attached as lo retary E Frank Burlew of the how the individual municipal Lewistown Police Department ity may use the fundswhich and financial secretary represent the entire licease fee Lecturer At Jimiata On Monday Structure and Function Re lationships of Complex Poly saccharides is the title of a talk to be presented at Juniata College on Monday March 10 by DrEugene A Davidson chairman of the Department of biological chemistry at Penn sylvania State Universitys fiershey Medical Center Dr Davidsons talk is scheduled w pm in Room A3M of the Brumbaugh Science Center Dr Davidson earned his BS at UCLA in 1950 and ras PhD Continued On Paft niui Will appreciated CLEO S GEHRETT Seeks Tax Collectors Position Cleo S Gehrett wife of James E Gehrett Smithfield native has announced her candidacy for the Republican Party nomination for the office of Smithfield Township tax col lector Mrs Gehrett has resided In Smithfield since 1012 and grad ualed from Huntingdon High School in 1946 She is presently employed by James Defwiler present tax collector for SmiIn field and has been employed fay him fnr the past 12 years The candidate has one son Larry J Gehrett now sen1 ing with the US Army at Fort Gordon Ga All Huntingdon Unit Chairman Outlines Problem Red Cross Chapter Faces Serious Financial Crisis make plans and carry the rei onethird will work on commit tees We need ten new directors civicminded people probab ly 2545 years of age rpeople wilh imagination and ability and March is Red Cross Month and he challenge of providing the increased funds to finance the Red Cross program in the months ahead must be fully met by volunteers With this thought in mind ihe Re v Harrison Price chairman nf the Huntingdon Chapter of the American Red Cross has written the follow ing which should be of inter est and concern fo all persons within the chapter area The Huntingdon Chapter Is in serious trouble now and this situation will worsen if the com munity does not take corrective measures We fack working dimeters We have eighteen directors Slightly over half of these board meeting and help to thousand pints of blood year w eligible donors gave only once sponsibihty of leadership About We now provide about 800 pints This is only five visits in Hunt ingdon proper in a year A number of chapters in Johnstown Region plan for and Continued On Page Five who are not already overworked in community affairs We need renewed inlerest in Ihe blood program both in terms of volunteers to recruit donors and help man Ihe blood mobile and in persons who are willing lo give blood We only have seven bloodrnobile visits a year with one at Entriken and one at the State Correctional Institution for a chapter popu lation of 2425000 people This population could provide at least 1000 regular donors a THE WEATHER Variable cloudiness with a few light snow flurries to day High in the 30s Cloudy with wet snow pos sibly mixed with rain at times tonight Low upper to low 30s Cloudy with Know Sunday High upper 20s lo mid 30s Mostly cloudy and cold Monday with occasional flur   

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