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   Daily News (Newspaper) - March 21, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                CLASSIFIED ADS DIAL MISS CLASSIFIED 6434O40 or 5424641 ILY State Library Building 17126 VOL 4S ram COM HUNTINGDON AND MOUNT UNION PA FRIDAY MARCH 21 1969 Phone 6434040 NO 43 Nixon Heads West For Vietnam Talks Critics Of ABM Getting Story From Pentagon WASHINGTON UPI The administra tions defense of President Nixons antiballistic missile system moved today from the friendly Armed Services Committee to a hostile Senate arena Opponents of the S66 billion ABM system poised to attack Were looking right down their throats exulted one member of Sen Albert Gores disarmament subcommittee host for todays hearing after he watched Defense Secretary Melvin R Laird and his deputies testify on television Thursday They presented a weakl case Gore said Todays hearing like Thursdays is televised nationally Ready To Challenge The Tennessee Democrat said the scientific logic was solidly on the side of those who oppose the ABM as expensive useless a spur to the arms race He laid he was ready to challenge Lairds contention that without the ABM the United States might lose its deterrent1 ability by the mid1970s ABM is short for the Safeguard antiballistic mis sile system Laird defined the US deterrent as the nations to answer any Soviet nuclear attack with a missile barrage that would destroy the attacker as a modern society Other ABM opponents on Gores sitommittee include Sen J William Fulbrigm D Ark chairman of the parent Foreign Relations Committee Sen Stuart Symington DMo ivho told Laird during Thurs days hearing the Safeguard system was a grave Sen John Sherman Cooper R Ky who led last years unsuccessful Senate effort to kill the ABM and Sen Clifford Continued On Page Nine Deadlines For Special Church Services Given Details concerning Palm Sunday Holy Week includ ing Good Friday and Eas ter worship services will be welcomed for publication by The Daily News Be cause of the large volume of news expected at this time it is necessary to establish a schedule of deadlines Churches in Huntingdon Mount Union arid Saxton areas should submit re ports of forthcoming Palm Sunday and Holy Week services to The Daily News not later than Wednesday March 26 for publication on Saturday March 29 All other area churches should send details about Palm Sunday and Holy Week by Tuesday March 25 for publication on Friday March 28 Facts about Easter Sun day events should reach The Daily News by Wed nesday April 2 from Hunt ingdon Mount Union and Saxton churches and by Tuesday April 3 from all other churches in the cir culation area These will be published on Friday April I Saturday April 5 At Southern Huntingdon High March29 Band Festival Concert Is Set The cream of the county tha iswill be performing at the public concert SatjelecteeI were Mr Miller presi 1 HpnfMrs Ccnrf Holland vice 65 New Attack t Ban Nuclear On Ocean Fighting Reaches Peak Level SAIGON UPDCommunist unners pushed their nationwide offensive to its highest pitch in a week today One of their 65 overnight attacks destroyed or damaged 20 milliondollar Vmerican warplanes on the light line at Chu Lai US intelligence sources re vealed interrogation reports com captured guerrillas that aid the Reds plan an attack on Saigon this weekend Senior Americant officials gave it a 50 50 chance of coming off Commanders on the battle ield northwest of Saigon said their Operation Atlas Wedge cotiJiferoffensive aimed at Mocking an attack on Saigon lad killed 472 guerrillas in the past four days But the Itierrillas launched three coun tertlirusts killing 10 GIs and Aouiiding 26 in one Armadas of American B52 jombers splattered at least 630 tons of bombs into North Continued On Page Nine Renamed Soviets Agree To Treaty Talks GENEVA UPI The Soviet Union indi cated today it is willing to compromise with the United States on a treaty banning nuclear weapons from the worlds seabeds Followed Orders Death March Commander In On Trial HOF Germany Alois Doerr his huge weather seaten hands clasped firmly stared at the judge and Drosecutor impassively The ormer Nazi SS concentration camp commander said he had only followed orders Doerr 59 came to trial Thursday on charges he helped sill 218 of the 1073 Russian Polish Hungarian and Roma lian women allegedly led on a orced 150mile death march at he end of World War II A testimonial from 900 Chief Soviet disarmamentDess session negotiator Alexei A Roshchin said the text of his countrys uggested treaty should not be aken too literally He made the ommenl after US delegation iources had indicated that parts TB Society Budget Set At Election of officers and direc tors and adoption of the 1969 budget were the principal items of business transacteti at the meeting Thursday evening of the Huntingdon County Tubercu losis and Health Society board of directors The meeting was held at file societys headquarters at 1719 Mifflin Street Huntingdon with the president Donald A Miller in the chair A budget of 811510 was ap proved by the board including a 54000 item set aside for pos sible expenditure for new equip ment suitable for treatment of respiratory conditions for the new intensrve care unit at the J C Blair Memorial Hospital Presently incumbent officers inhabitants of his home town Hoepfingen was read into the record describing Doerr as good Christian and demanding an end to his senseless persecution More than 100 court spectators booed when he admitted slapping prisoners Doerr a farmer ivas com mandant of the Helmbrechts Concentration Camp a subsec tion of the giant Flossenburg Prison cantonment during World War II From there Continued On Page Nine Effective Jan 1 Election Officials To Get Boost A new pay scale for election board officials effective Jan 1 1970 was approved yesterday by the Huntingdon County Com missioners at their weekly busi President Will Spend Weekend In California WASHINGTON UPI President Nixon flew West today for the weekend stopping off on the way to visit Harry S Truman once one of of the Soviet proposal w ere Naturally we would like our treaty to be adopted as it is but we are ready for negotiations Roshchin said The Soviet text presented to he 17nation disarmament con erence this week paralleled President Nixons proposal tha weapons of mass destruction be banned from ocean floore The Soviets went further and suggested that any ban prohibit he use of Ihe seabeds for ail military purposes American and British officials expressed immediate concern at the sweep of the proposal Conference sources alluded to sensing devices for submarines believed already planted on Continued On Page Nine The judge of ejection two in spectors and two clerks will each receive per day mini num and for each 50 votes over 100 they will be paid an ad ditional 2 per day The maximum ay under the new plan will be 39 plus for the judge and minority in spector for returning the ballots fo the courthouse immediately following the completion of the vote tally The driver also will be paid 10 cents per mile for the Continued On Page Nine THE WEATHER and colder with scattered showers today High in the 40s Clearing and cold tonight Low mid 20s to low 30s Sunny with seasonable temperat u r e s Saturday High in the 40s Sunny and warmer Sunday Boalhouse Owner Has Fractured Arm Ohisholm J Yocutn 63 ownei of the Boathouse located along the Raystown Dam seven miles south of Huntingdon sufferec a compound fracture of right arm yesterday while working in the woods He was hurt when a log roll ed on his arm It was reportet that both bones in the arm were fractured He underwen surgery at the J C Blair Me morial Hospital yesterdaj afternoon He is listed in satisfaotor condition at the hospital today He was admitted as a patien about noon Thursday his bitterest critics The President will be spend ng most of the weekend in Southern California and will lave some major conferences on Vietnam but the first part of ihe trip was a sentimental journey to Independence Mo 10 see the aging former President with whom he for merly feuded Truman and Nixon buried the hatchet five years ago at a Washington meeting Recently the 84yearold Truman has ailing He spent some time in a hospital tout has recovered enough to head to Key West Fla Saturday aboard a While jet for a weekend visit Nixon and his wife together with some top aides left Andrews AFB Md in Air Force 1 at am EST on a twohour 20minute flight to Kansas City The weather was sunny and pleasant as the Tsixons left Washington Nixon was coatless and hatless as he and his wife boarded the big presidential jet Mrs Nixon wore light green suit and carried a green coat over her arm What was billed originally aj a recreational presidential visit to a seaside home at San Clemente Calif had in addi tion to the Truman stop turned into an event of international significance relating particular Continued On Page Two Well Known Col Love Makes Plea To Landowners urday night March 29 at Southern Huntingdon County High School This is the highlight of the threeclay County Band Festival the event preceded by hours of rehearsal and concentrated study Verino Dandrea host director has extended a cordial invita Ident Mrs George Holland vice president Mrs Helen Scriever secretary and Dale R Hart Continued On Page Nine Baltimore District Engineer Col William Love of the US Army Corps of Engineers has asked for the cooperation of landowners within he Raystown Dam project in the matter of tree utting and clearing The request was made during combined presentation on the talus of the Susquehanna Riv r Basin planning and the Rays own Dam Love spoke to some members of the Central Jlair and Susquehanna Chapters tion to all band music lovers to T m taented instrument the county s four LIU 11 nj nil kjuiiu i jinJ i ji o i w attend the concert but adds schoolsHuntingdon Arj Come earlv for a seat Mount Union Area Jimiala1 ents and friends from and host Southern Hunt out the county will be thereingdon County will be repre oo i INSIDE THE NEWS sented at the annual affair The band personnel follows flute 1 Ruth Aronson HA Karen Kreider JV Terri Moist MU Deb Walker JV Betty WcNer and Brenda Zug HA Flute I Jean Anderson MU Sally Baney JV Joanne Ann Landers 6 Classified Ads 15 Court House Roundup Comics 11 Crossword Puzzle 15 jLiRhiner JV Susan MiHer HA Obituaries Coreda Painter and Linda Potts School News Page10 iSHC Society And Club News 8 Oboe I Lynita Kaganse Sports 6 HA Mike Price MU Oa Live 12 i Oboe I Galla Higinbotham Pennsylvania Story 3 Vera Wilson MU Television Programs 6 7 Continued On Page Nine Draft Board To Send 25 For Physicals Huntingdon County Draft Board No 75 today was ordered to send 25 regis trants for preinduction physical examinations on Wednesday April 9 Orders were sent out lo day directing the men to report at am on that date They will travel from Huntingdon to New Cum berland Army Depot via bus Twelve men being sent for induction at the same time also will be aboard the bus Cooperation Sought In Raystown Tree Cuttings Three Claim Leadership In Aiiguilla THE VALLEY A n g u i11 a men claimed loday fo be the sole legal ruler of Anguilla Two of them are at opposite ends of this 15mile long isolated Caribbean island The third announced his power from 90 miles away The 6000 residents of the once forgotten and neglected island meanwhile entered their third day of passive resistance against a force of 400 to 800 British troops sent in o reinstall the British commis sioner tossed out by the Anguillans Claiming to be head of state of the 35square rnile post o coral were Webster the acting president who broke away from Continued On Page Nine Settlement Is Model For US Schools Long Violent Strike Ends At San Francisco College The long violent student boycott at San Hayakawa last month named rii sixman committee to nego rj it i 1 t A Francisco State College has ended witu wilh the slriWng sludenis At the Central YMCA High white students All day classe C3UC61GQ mediators terming the settlement around the country model for The dispute began last Nov fil hen the s c h o o Ts workmg conditions They Thursday reached an agreement was leaders saying they won all their demands andjand himself met secretly withjSchool students took a set o leaders of the BSU and TWLFmaster keys from an elevator completely shutting down th school for 30 minutes accord ing to a school spokesman H said the doors to when Students Union issued 10 non negotiable demands and returned lo work March f after gaining minor concessions stoppedatlending classes The The campus was closed for 1 eight days before S I Third World Liberation Front joined the boycott a few days later and issued five demands of its own About 250 of San Francisco States 1300 faculty members1the campus and vowed lo keep walked out Jan 6 demanding I the college open Hayakawa was named acting president late in November He reopened the school Dec 2 stationed hundreds of police on Attorney Frank Brann a member of a citizens mediating team said the settlement would provide a model for colleges around the Chicago had four separate student protests in high schools two in colleges Scores of city police were called to Chicago State College when fighting broke out in the cafeteria between Negro and students locked a the school Classe were canceled for the remain der of the day About 150 students walked ou of Chicago Hirsch High Schoo in protest of officiating at high school tournament baske ball game the school lost 4746 No violence was reported Continued On Page Five Continued On Page Two 2 Runaways Are Nabbed Two Harrisburg runaways a girl 15 and a boy 16 were hid prehcnded lale asl night at a d conSecutive terms as FRANK E LEISTER Mail Carrier Veterans Leader Dies Frank E Leister retired Huntingdon mail carrier and well known leader of veterans organizations died in the High land Hospital at Scoring Flor ida last evening Thursday March 20 at pm Leister had been in his usual health A resident of 1222 Mifflin Street Huntingdon he had been a patient in he Highland Hos pital for the past two weeks Leister a charter member and past commander o Juniala Barracks 1433 Vet Trudeau To Visit WASHINGTON UPI Prime Minister Pierre Elliott Trudeau of Canada will make his first official trip to Washington Monday and Tues day and President and Mrs Nixon wit hold their first dinner in liis honor Monday night Trudeau a bachelor will stay at Blair House He meetings scheduled both with Nixon Huntingdon mans cottage along the Raystown Dam Road in Jun iata Township The two were placed ini the Huntingdon Counly Jail over night and juvenile authorities will determine the disposition o the matter today They face a possible charge of unlawful en try of a building The boy and girl came to Huntingdon by train from the capital city on Saturday night Since that time they have been in Huntingdon and the Raystown Continued On Page Two jed six consecutive terms as uartermastcr for the Depart nent of Pennsylvania Veterans f World War I He was a past commander of Continued On Page Two For First Full Day Of Spring more appropriate for the first full day of spring than a picture of crocuses in full bloom Mrs George A Luse 1006 Mount Ver non Avenue Huntingdon poials to ber bed of crocuses which are now in full bloom with avariety of colors being represented Lets hone that sapling bender doesnt cover than with a sheet of white It has happened Convention Slated At Shade Gap The annual convention of the 2th District of ihe Huntingdon lounty Sunday School Associa ion will be held Sunday at the hade Gap United Presbyterian Church Theme of the two session rogram will he Christian Unity Irs Alma While will he song eader with Mrs Nannie Hess s pianist Participating in the service will be these area ministers he Rev Belvy C White the lev William Chegwin Ihe lev Mr Dcitrich the Rev Boaz Smith the Rev Konnard Foster and the Rev Mr Rolz Singing in the afternoon will e The Astroloncs of Hunling don a niale quarlet Mrs Ber nice Kling Mrs Lorma Snyder and Mrs Betty Covert will pre Continued On Page Two Death Penalty Sought Murder Trial Opens At Sunbury SUNBURY Pa old C Bordner dropout from a special education program for slow learners who is on trial for murder in the fire deaths of seven brothers and sisters lis tened without visible emotion Thursday as firemen told of finding the bodies in the rubble of their rural home near Hern don Dist Ally Vince B Makow ski said he will seek the death penalty for Bordner 20 ac cused of shooting bis parents in bed with a shotgun and setting fire to the house in November 1965 while his 12 younger broth ers and sisters slept Judge Michael Kivko of the Continued On Page Two   

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