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   Daily News (Newspaper) - March 14, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                CLASSIFIED ADS DIAL MISS CLASSIFIED 6434040 or 5424641 THE DAILY NEW 7l2t VOL 48 KWE PEE COPT HUNTINGDON AND MOUNT UNION PA FRIDAY MARCH 14 1969 Phone 6434O40 NO 37 President Takes Stand In ABM Fight Senate OKs Nuclear Arms Treaty gest Hurdle Is Cleared WASHINGTON fUPH The nuclear nonpro liferation treaty has won approval of lie USj Senate a step obj servers interpreted asj the biggest hurdle for the historic arms agree merit Of the other fwo sunernowcrsi a oariy to the treaty Britain h ratified bui the Soviet Union has not Bui Moscow strongly favors the treaty andj now that the United States has afiiroved ii the Soviet Union isj exnecied fo follow suit wjthin few months along with many j smaller nations j The Senate approved Ihej treaty 83 to 15 Thursday after 1 rejecting all efforts fo restrict meaning Seeks Office Overwhelm South Viet Outpost Red Forces Use DMZ For Attack SAIGON UPI North Vietnamese sol diers in their first ground attack out of the De militarized Zone DMZ since Nov 1 over whelmed a South Vietnamese outpost killing 18 Allied soldiers and wounding 4o military spokes JAMES H KVPER Kyper Is Magistrate reservations ing with American and understand James H Kyper a native of Huntingdon RD 2 and son of the laie John C Kyper and Net men said today The 200man Communist unit escaped the battle under heavy artillery and aerial bombard ment and headed back toward he sixmilewide DMZ two miles to the North leaving behind four bodies war commu niques said US military sources said the Reds have a safe haven in thej northern half of the zone under T H an American policv that oc h e 11 US troops from firing into 5 sodle5 now has been authoriz seclor unless they are m half fo recall the portable 6me upon from it first rStterid7no nn and transmitters Milifarv spokesmen said il J L used in autosAf was the first time since thm PC Sil farv bemg lhey wil te i theL lodav sourcesirejssued He also is authorized to plan training sessions for Restraints Remain On US Troops Commissioners Meet CD Radio Unit To Be Revamped R Glenn Corbin vice presi denttreasurer of John R Wald Co Inc has been authorized by the Huntingdon County Com missioners to revamp the offi cial civil defense radio unit Corbin has been communica tions director of RACES the of ficial name for the CD unit Back in 1961 the county sup plied funds on a 5050 matching bcsis with the federal govern ment for the purchase of 10 Gon set transceivers and a main transmitter for use by the unit RACES was set up on a county wide basis under Corbins direc 00 LUC JilTL LIIUC i31IHc President Johnson stopped thej of North Vietnam But Senate Democratic Lead1 tie today announced his er Mike Mansfield said he intention of seeking he Republi believed President Nixon would jean Party nomination for the of be uomumg 01 ivortn vieiuaiii laali m ru tiauiuig lor Nov 1 that the Communists effect since those who will be issued the Crrrn Johnson stopped the sprung an attack from the soi called buffer strip u About 25 miles to the west inj the jungleri mountains on stopped lhe Vielnam Nov by xo w can ay nomnaon or e o e unge mountans near in no hurry io deposit the fice of magistrate for the Secwhere the DMZ hits Laos US 5 Admirals Are Writius Judgment iwt vi 1 VjUUU which the United Stales would ity at the Primary Election to be formally commit ilself to the held Tuesday May 20 Continued On Page Three The GOP candidate attended elementary school in Oneida and was graduated from Huntingdon Hish School in the Class of 1W7 Heentered the U S Army Air Force upon graduation and remained in the AiiForce until August 1967 During his long service career his iast 15 years were spent as a first sergeant a position re j quiring a thorough knowledge of privately Air Force rules and regulations Continued On Page Eight tcontinued On Page Eight ie The communications director so has authority to move the i base transmitter fo a more suitable location It was noted that the room at the courthouse small for the units oper Tu or e uns ooer These commanders say the ations and there are aniema h is in area I3 the courthouse is located hcyS THE WEATHER increasing cloudiness and soldiers can fire only when fired XJLUiaaa at little change in tempera ture today High low 30s to near 40 Mostly cloudy and not as cold lonlght Low in 20s Saturday variable cloudiness and little tem perature change High in 30s to around 40 Outlook for Sunday partly cloudy and nof much change in temperature met for Three In Fine Condition Calif Five admirals sat r today to write their judgment of Cmdr Lloyd M Bucher and decide what lessons the Navy learned from the humiliating loss of the USS Pueblo to North Korea Confronting f h e admirals were almost 3400 pages ofi testimony taken from 104 witnesses during the official court of inquiry into ihej Communist capture of the little espionage ship j was my responsibility or make the determination n January 1968 regarding Pueblos1 ihree Apollo 9 astronauts fine despite 10 spec power to resist its illegaltacular davs in space and 48 soggy minutes nn seizure by units of the NorthJthP Atlantic head home today fromtheir Astronauts Are Returning Home ABOARD USS GUADALCANAL UPI Continued On Page Eight Huntingdon Hires New Policeman The Huntingdon Borough Po Johnson set forth amongillcf now has its several implied conditions that complement of personnel he neutrality of the DMZ chlef and not be violated by Communistofflcers Continued On Page Eight on from the northern sector and that has happened just eight times since Nov i US figures show The disclosure came as the number of North Vietnamese intrusions into the socalled neutral zone passed lhe 3000 mark since the Nov 1 halt in US bombing of North Vielnam in ordering a halt of the Pat Nixon Attends Circus Performance WASHINGTON UPI Pal went to a commandJuniata Chief of Police Donald Win gale said today that the new est member of the force is Wil lis Albert Sneath 25 of Alex andria RD 1 Sneath is work ing as a patrolman The new officer is a native of Petersburg and was reared in that area He is a graduate Director Seeks Modified Version Of U S Defense System WASHINGTON UPI Sen John Pa store DRI said today after a meeting with Presi dent Nixon ihat the Chief Executive had decided to go ahead with a modified Sentinel missile defense system i The President planned to spell out the details to the nation at news conference in the Whitej House I Prior to the press conference the Chief Executive met for about two hours with the Democratic and Republican Heres ABM Hassle At Glance WASHINGTON antibiillislic missile congressional leaders On emerging from the iioc sion Pastore said the decision at a glance was to proceed with a modified Purpose To deploy antimis form of the limited anliballislic sile missiles to protect US missile ABM system lhallcilics missiles bases or both Nixon inherited from tliefrom nuclear attack It is KARL E HOFFMAN Famous Chorus Is Scheduled Prof Bruce A Hirsch an nixmced today that the Juniata College Music Department will present a public concert by the AkademieKammerchor Graz of Austria one of 13 famous choruses participating in the Second International University Choral Festival in Lincoln Cen ter New York City The chorus under the direc tion of Professor Karl Hoffman will appealin Oiler Auditorium March 18 The concert will be gin at pm and is free to the public The 13 foreign choruses in the festival will visit university and college campuses from New Hampshire to North Carolina There will also be an ensemble concert at the Washington Ca thedral and five New York con certs at Lincoln Centers Phil harmonic Hall As a climax to these concerts here is to be a gala perform ance by the massed chorus of 600 voices peiforming Haydens Lord Nelson mass Verdis Te Deum and Stravinskys Continued On Page Three Band Chorus Johnson Administration Pastore gave no details One of Nixons lop advisers argued ICBM bases could be protected from a Soviet blitz and cities could be defended Chinese or limited tii E iujj dU v l at la on the Secrelaryiagallisl a Melvin R lhciSoviel atl belief two nights ago that he Cost Estimates run from less believed Nixon would give IhejUian billion lo more than goahead for some form of ABM billion depending on lhe extent system but in a modified formjof the system favored The low from that inherited from the estimate for the Him syslem Johnson administration At a White House reception Thursday night for members of congress Nixon told reporters lie would make a brief opening statement on the ABM then open the news conference to a wide range of questions1 Nixon ordered a temporary suspension in construction of the socalled thin antimissile syslem in January fo determine whether it was worth the cost in money and potential internation al political repercussions Since then the opposition has mounted steadily on Capitol Hill and in some quarters of the Continued On Page Two i uie riLiciiun neaa nome loasy irom ineir mem this summer could turninto reality he court in his final plea Thursday Continued On Page Eight Sloue Church Wonieu Will Give Program ageold dream of exploring the moon Mine Strike Is Spreading and Barnum Bailey Circus Thursdav after Valley Hfgh School as employed for four and years 196463 as a production L McDivkt David with 6000 underprivledged Scott and Russell L Schweickchildren art dined Thursday by candle Mrs Nixon wearing a canary ight on steak and strawberry yellow whitetrimmed coai planner at the New Holland plant at Belleville a division of SperrjRand Corporation WJ I U ClliU lit I 3 lTti I J 1 11 IL LI II liJ I ICli kWrt I i shortcake their first night on 1 walked into the packed arena earth after the flight whichand was greeleri wjtiithe roari f proved the US lunar landingof wridly squealing children craft is ready for moonflight When lhe curtain went up 1 frs Nixon found herself A married man with three Pop Concert One hundred and fortysix i persons in southern Huntingdon1 County are prepared to enter nricnled toward city protection is now Sfi billion It could go under S5 billion if shifted toward defense of 1CBM bases Location Cities named as ABM sites so Far are Boston fw here construction was slopped pending Chica go Now York Sail Lake City Detroit Seattle Honolulu San Francisco Los Angeles Dallas Tex and Albany Ga The 1CBM bases are near Grand Forks and Minot ND Sioux Falls SD Great Falls Mont Cheyenne Wyo and Sedalia Mo Arguments Some think the Continued On Page Two Urged To Deal With Viet Cong U S Again Told To Change Stand PARIS UPi Communist doplomats once again called on the United States today to ne gotiate directly with the Viet Cong in an effort to break the deadlock in the Vielnam talks They said US refusal was the major barrier to a peace seltlement At the eighth session of the fourpower talks Thursday Al lied and Communist negotiators traded charges over the current i Communist offensive in Viet nam Loss In Accident At Water street Viet Cong ran Buu Peison was injured In a Thurs L tain you A oepu protector is ready for moonfiight Appropriate lo the Lenlen seaA strike of coal miners seeking breakfast with rliaial son the Womens Fellowship ofunion recognition has Rov M Sudduth h the Stone Church of the Brelhmori than 4000 men and will present Touring the consumers coal supplies dwinjri d in Sons and shut for four Th pJ3ce fs Southern Hunt ingdon County High School au ditorium the date is tomorrow night March 15 at 8 oclock and the occasion is a pop concert u tlie Pennsylvania Game attended courses accused the Nixon administra Routes 22 and 350 lion of Irving to trick world public opinion in condemning Communisl shelling of targets ren o Holy Land in Song and Story by Mrs Marion Buzzard o toona Sunday afternoon al oclock lover The public is invited fo ati and deep pit mines closed by end the program which strike which started with turboprop operations were auui Thursday bringing to rnev Planned 100 the number of Eleuthera pit mines closed cllange to MWM mime nersei ncatn mjuasion is a pop cc several slicks of cellofor enforcement officers The performers will he 76 J i tvir f Vii DUI i f T j U A wrapped pmk cotton Pennsylvania members of lhe Southern Huntjcan Henry and his truck tractor of Police about wncn she handed oin w liule orphan children andiajld he Federal Bureau of In was surrounded by totsj vestigation At present he is en to go to the in the airplane r uti vrvii i i j v iu to J touiri nc 10 cl black who kept her in a Slate Police training innpnino their Cracker for municipal police of ficers at Mount Union end the program which rete stre wich started with aency lurooprop counts the highlights of a of 150 men lasl monthjand fly lo the cape where their which Mrs Buzzard and her The strikers say they expectight started March 3 J Wounded Greensboro AC Campus husband made lo the Holy Lands naye 185 mining operations Fly To Houston preceding the Easter ne Centre Clearfield Plans called for the astro Mrs Buzzard a fine soprano County area closed by Moninauts lo fly on to Ellington Air Mrs Buzzard a fine soprano sojiu loist will be accompanied by 1 day Mrs Marguerite Hendricks of Altoona Coal shipments have Continued On Page Three Tobacco Industry Foe Lands In Key Position I Force Base near Houston been arriving at about 3 pm CST te a big welcome from their families friends and fellow Manned Spacecraft Center workers The astronauts ate wilh the skips officers Thursday and then met the crew to cut with WASHINGTON UPI The tobacco industrys toughest congressional foe has moved into a key position lo block legislation aimed at easin announced Monday by Conv merce Chairman Warren G Police Snipers Exchange Shots Three persons were wounded two by gun re as police shot back at snipers near North Navy sword a Softpound vanillajCarolina University Thursday night after welcoming cake The cake had been one ofi IV Jiau LMlC OI f n their favorite topics of converL C CJty Colicge Protes saiion in snare cinrJlers forced cancellation of using tear gas to scatter rockthrowing students merce Chairman Warren G saiion in snarp ters torced cancellation of wds u Magnuson DWash whom the ground onKrs Td one campus and lhe wound A cigarette industry also considers about il an enemy If they gel anything through i j was the House Ihen theyll have to learned today R w my Sen Frank E Moss of cigarette interests a who has pledged said he was still determined allout battle to bottle up any jlo would bills that give cigarette advertisers more breathing room has assumed the chair manship of the Senate Com merce Committees subcommit tee on consumers Moss move to the chairman ship was expected to be cigarette ad vertising on radio and lelevi sion The Federal Coinmtmications Commission FCC has pro posed a ban on all broadcast Bovertising of cigarettes The Conlinued On Pag Eight Television Programs Conlinued On Page Three 1IVSIDE THE NEWS forced cancellation ofa at one ion of tl transfer of a prof another The president was was treated for a classes at one campus and wound A man idenli resignation of the president and fled as not a student was transfer of a professor at treated for a superficial wound replaced by a Negro dean A federal court judge Thurs day ordered the University of and released authorities said The operator of a grocery store Ann Landers 14 Wisconsin to show cause why il Classified Ads 13 should not reinstate three Court House Roundup 5 students suspended after last Comics u months demonstrations Crossword Puzzle 13 I City police in Greensboro Stock Market 2 jNC said 10 persons Obituaries 2 On Stage Live 14 School News Page 10 Society and Club News Sports ur um w u givnvij JHMC ve council ant near the campus was hil in the I invited guests visiled lhe Juni head wilh a brick when a group of youths broke inlo his store and carted food away police arrested during the disturban ces at North Carolina at least three on charges of carrying concealed weapons Student Treated The university infirmary said senior high chorus and the entertainer will be Verino Dan drea director of he Rocket Band fn addition fo his baton duties Mr Dandreawill nlay an alfo sax Sammy Mr Dandrea The chorus will be direcled by Mrs Bonnie Hiles The band includes an aster isk denotes a senior FLUTE Coreda Painter and Linda Potts CLARINET Ruth Carla Centi Linda Kathy Cutshall Eileen Fryei Terry Glunt Trudy Holden Sari Continued On Page Three i um LyiauumM i u uir The session ended with thishauling a 1965 Fruchauf semi was pulling from the De boljvore Gulf Service Station on the North Vielnajnorih side of Route 22 to head Xuan on Route 22 Lodge I reject your allegaj James R Anders 33 of 1427 tions Thuy tions I Princeton Road Altoona was I reject your rejecjeasfbound on Route 22 and was i al tempting lo turn left lo go had charged the j north on Routem At the inter 7D ha charged o n oe e nr PersU3S01t ishcllings were aimed at Ihcre was a collision in arranged by izing South Vietnams civilianwhich the left rear of lhe An into submission ders car and the right front of i UCI o tOl dllU LI 1C I lyilL 11 UJIL Ul Viet Cong spokesmen said j the Diamond T were damaged today their delegation wast The investigator said the rig prepared for serious lalkswas damaged while the with the United States outside Anders car a 1961 Rambler Continued On Page Eight was damaged S100 12 Countiaiis Tour Lewistown VoTech School Members of the Huntingdon County Executive Council and said Al Chicago City College 50 students staged a sitin Wednes day al the administrative offices of the Wilson campus Their original demands were transfer of a professor the students said had a racist viewpoint and firing of a food Continued On Page Eight ataMifflin Counties Area Voca tionalTechnical School at Lew islown Thursday The lour was arranged by County Agent Har old L Lockhoff Wilh the urging of lhe county Superinlendent of Schools of fice board members decided to become better informed about the nature and purpose of a vo tech school and so the visit was arranged Continued On Page Eight Inquiry In Boyd Case Shows No Wrongdoing WASHINGTON I prej In an interview with United liminary investigation has failed lo uncover any wrongdoing by former Transportation Secreta ry Alan S Boyd in accepting a Press International Volpe said he expected to receive the final report in a few weeks The grant was approved by from a railthe Transportation Depart thai profited from a Urban Mass Transit million federal grant made Adminislralion Dec 30 It was while Boyd was in office Boyds successor John A Volpe who held up the grant and ordered the investigation said made to the Chicago South Suburban Mass Transit Authori ty a corporation set up to funnel federal funds lo the Illinois Cerlral Railroad for the I received a report a purchase of 130 commuter cars preliminary report which indi cated no wrongdoing at all but it was a sketchy report and I have asked for a fuilscale report detailing every step of the way what happened Boyd was named president of the Illinois Central Jan 17 Boyd admitted he was ap proached by the railroad about the job in December but said ContinuedOn Page Eight   

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