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   Daily News (Newspaper) - March 22, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                CLASSIFIED ADS DIAL MISS CLASSIFIED 6434O4O or 5424641 ILY NEWSS rary 17126 VOL 48 KINK CENTS KB COPT HUNTINGDON AND MOUNT UNION PA SATURDAY MARCH 22 1969 Banquet To Mark 50th Anniversary General To Talk At Legion Event Mount Union 1968 Report Is Released Gen W A Morgan of Altoona U S Army Informed citizens are satis retired will be the featured speaker at the Frank fied teens Sec Divens Work AW Trouble Feared Nixon Policy Awaited A NUon administration policy P Hommon Post No 24 banquet next Saturday 0 muumj n on campus disordersmarking the founding of The American Legionlif its true the borough get tough policy accord50 years ago in Paris I T f UrCtTiS Charles Launtz commander this weekend amid speculationOf the Huntingdon post said to Jhere wi I1 be a renewal of theday that it will be the largest trouble that has marked San golden anniversary event in the Francisco State College tmsjarea and it will be a highlight J I of Post 24s vear v y yrthe colSE Judge R Nierle Heffner will president in granting aemandedinlrodllce the guest spenker who amnesty tor sinking president Of he B air CollMv has been termed by theA5rpori AuthorUv and a direc students attorney a repudaior o he Centrg Pennsvlvania fion of the agreement jBank and he A Negro administrator exMall Gen Morsan is pecs seme sort ot protest pnsociated wiih Nu Adverlis campus not necessarily a strikeer sate college About Vmilel K Phone 6434040 NO 44 Nixons Relax Enjoy Home In California I Morgan retired in in conjunction wish a letter acSIve t from Health Education and a member he i Lt 3rifi nP i 3 rrim iV RnHprf JinrD s 10 o ptic i to rolleae administrators of AUoona Talk Of Violence of s rest i dents siiould be the happiest folks around The report he work of Bor jough Secretary Melvin H Di ven keeps Mount Union citi zens among the best informed in line nation I For 14 years Diven has been winning top awards with his an nual reports and it seems that the J9SS booklet is destined to add new iaureis to the borough secretarys large collection j Some 400 copies of the report will be placed in the mail on SAN CLEMENTE Calif UPI Presi dent and Mrs Richard M Nixon staying in a million dollar seaside mansion that likely will become a regular vacation White House re laxed today on their first visit to Southern Cali fornia since he became President The Nixons scheduled a sentimental journey later today to one of their favorite spots tiie old San Juan Capistrano Mission whose famous swallows came back to nest this week for the 192ud time A small Mexican restaurant favored by the Nixons in for mer years was reserved for a Monday today Secretary Diven said Jurist To Decide Case Next Week Judge R Merle Heffner will GENW A MORGAN Fire Chief Calls For Cooperation In the section Curtain Going Up a Look Into the Future 1545000 project garbage collec jtion and disposal as a complete borough function takes top billj ing Council is pondering the program and a new landfill site and nw equipment will be nec essary for the service which should be self supporting Renovation of the Municipal hand down his next week in a non jury that was completed in Hunting don County Court yesterday af ternoon The case of Commonwealth vs Hazel Schneider of Smith decision early j luncheon for the President and ion jury rial his nartv a statement Friday advancing lo chief petty of r resident St Hayakawa ficer in 1921 He was then com c inued On Pase Six missioned a second lieutenant j PPieov Jl nas Infantrv in anri parents tn the the Society of the 40 et 8 Talk of renewed violence at The guest speaker began his I San Francisco State centeredmilitary career in the in around P Continued a it Infantry in 1921 and served forr 21 years with the PennsylvaniaStreel keep their National Guard In 1944he running to the came a colonel and was sation when the fire alarm O T 4ne 4X1 WillMedaltDuring War II he Appleby stated many pre me 25th Division to i school children are gathering around Die fire station on the field revolved around an inci his party Deny Plans Made Although the Presidents aides denied definite plans had been made it was generally assumed Building the extension of sani iarv sewers revision of the traf that the Cooton mansion a rambling fivebedroom house atop a bluff overlooking the Pacific would become Nixons have assaulted Miss Roxee Southern California Calhoun 35 of 1009 Mount Ver non Avenue Huntingdon The Commonwealths side vacation retreat Situated on 20 offacrcs dotted wiih manicured palm and the case was heard on March 12ieucalytijs trees the house pro nd jt showed Cal f ficsisnai svsfem at hurt she was i i nt i i i PI i tPii nnUTV Qfiipral rwivn cf arvc vides the seclusion and se curity the President needs Annual Meet and Division and Simley and Chipf FrpH Jefferson Streets the purchase of a new water service truck completion of the mercury T vapor street light program and nnlTi Continued On Page Two Eiollt ft Director f r wiv iiit t u 1C Gen Morgan is a member when She trucks are ouU mUnn nrf h He unfed citizens to co 5 boc iei hllck o he Eight directors ill be chosen forthreeyear terms at the anHe also belongs nuai n Busines Elks the event ill be Gwynnejation and he is president of theother ways when the firemen Time is Edwards Autopsy Closes Case District Attorney Newton C ftres Taylor said today that an an ANNE TRUST Murder Victim Is Identified Await Attack Offensive Slows In Vietnam pulled down several porch steps Its current owner Los Angeles by Mrs Schneider a neighbor j businessman LE Ogdcn loaned The fracas started when Mis slit to the First Family for the Calhoun backed her car into a j weekend so they could see how nau vehicle owned by the liked he was quoted as I area as Miss Anna The guenillas bombarded the L t rtn i r i In npnn octaKJicViorJ TIC TDU miles eastnortheast of Saigon uilh 20 rounds of 82nim mortar SAIGON Cbng and North Vietnamese soldiers brought the fourth week of their nationwide offensive to a today wilh 25 shelling attacks into allied military camps many of them US bases involved in Uie defense of Saigon Despite American intelligence reports giving the Communists a 5050 chance of attacking Saigon over she weekend US headquarters reported no major ground fighting under way In the Central Highlands guerril las invaded a US engineers camp killing two GIs and wounding two Gen Creighton W Abrams US command sent seven waves of B52 bombers against Communist buildups threatening Saigon and strategic allied outposts in the Central High lands and on the northern coast Many of the overnight shell ings focused against US installations involved in the defense of Saigon AtVimg Tau headquarters for an aerial reconnaissance outfit keeping tabs on the Reds around Saigon casualties and damage were light in a rocket attack victim known communiques said ers causing about damage Attorney William J Myers counsel for the defendant de murred to the evidence saying it wasnt for sale Presidential Press Secretaryv Ronald L has been established State Police said today that is rilst10a natlve of Baltimore want fieKonaid b said Nixonjnv 3 when plans to spend someUw trial s t a r t e d yesterday his vacations in Southern judge sustained to Oiademurrer California but no decisions Hcr tenwy was established Dodson president and chief exjHOth Infantry Association He are fighting a blaze ecutive of fee Pennsylvania Continued On Page Six j valuable in fighting Electric Company of natural causes It will be recalled that Ed a fire A proposed slate of nominees One Thing In Common for the directorships in HB was beaten by Harold P Gill Jr last July S whenthe young man terrorized Three Springs for several hours with wild threats and the firing oi several weapons Edwards lived across the slreet from the Gill apartment and he was assaulted by the young man as the incident got under way At that lime Edwards was re Ninetythree Daily News subscribers at nis honie I has been drawn up by the nominating commiitee and in cludes three incumbents Robert L Brenneman W C McNeal and H Gerald Quigg Other names on the slate in clude Robert M Anderson Ha zel K Barley Joseph M Boor Carl R Bruno Robert L Geisi singer John K Grove ChesterjleUers P I sett John E Kelly Hes S Lansberry ArthurR Moore I r t Aiben B Mosser John E Pan entry had one thing in common ac 6 Hes TOPS Winners Named nebaker Michael J Sciaiabba cor ding to the judges Jr James L Thompson and Ronald W Weaveriirg Additionai names may be placed in nomination from the floor at the business session fol lowing the banquet The anraial meeting fails at the close of a membership drive Continued On Page Six New Problem Crops Up In Geneva GENEVA new prob lem has cropped up in the Geneva disarmament Confer lo define a weapon of mass destruction Trooper Thomas J Ruegg and Both the United States and Dr Hairy H Negley JrHunt Soviet Union have proposed a Each writer Ts convinced tht HE has fhP connerrequesljnew international treaty lo keep IH1HICU iIPi nr rios ineeQ an autopsy aiter seabed free of nuclear jdied Monday morning in and other weapons of commending their newsboys in the having undergone brain surgery a short time earlier District Attorney Tavlor State insofar as Hie evidence showed there w a s no grievous bodily harm Thus the defendant was on trial from that point for as sauit and battery not aggravat ed assault and battery as ori ginaily charged Defeandanl On Stand Mrs Hazel Schneider 48 oi 1007 Mount V e r n o n Avenue Smilhfield testified that she came outside her home when she heard loud talk that had Continued On Page Two which also caused minimal losses military spokesmen said mj ii tTLiltii mOl Ifli Oi 1OCKGL S31VO5 have been made regarding old employment into US 9th Infantry permanent summer While iat FlDerts Oleomargarine i Division headquarters at Dong House Pant at Baltimore Tarn 42 miles southwest of Nixon alreadv has purchased SateTraoper JosephD Fair1Saigon and into a base of the home in Kev Biscavne Flu Instigator in 25lh Infantry Division near Tay a home in Kev Biscavne Fla as an East Coast retreat Continued On Page Six Judge Heffner Gets Top Spot Of Ballots r incident wiuch injlsinh City 50 mOes northwest of eluded murder suicide and ar son spent Thursday in the Maryland area checking on the murder victims background Investigation of t h e Clay Township case showed that Judge R Merle Heffner will cilarles wSmquse 78 a retired have the No 1 pasition on bothimercha1t killed Mrs the Republican and DemocraUc housekeeper with a ballots in Huntingdon rounTv b ast he back He ballots in Huntingdon County at the May 20 Primary Elec tion The drawings were held Thursday in Harrisburg Judge Heffners wife attend ed and drew the top spol for her husband on both ballots the capital Ike Now In Favorable Condition I live From day to day from then put the torch to the house barn and all outbuildings on Ihei farm just south of Saltillo and hour to hour committed suicide as neighbors raced to the scene to investigate IUJ the great clouds of smoke D wight D ing from the numerous blazes I Eisenhower his heart bearing Two surviving sisters of thethe burden of anolher conges an woman nnp m TJtrnf failnrp Eisenhower WASHINGTON UPI For Preaching JMissiou Scheduled Disturbance Is Quelled In Mount Uiiiou Iverv best carrier Juriecs Prof and Mrs Wilbur Decker Xursing Home at Me Continued On Page Two Mount Union oolice Tne spring preacnins mission house of the Church of the Brethren Continued On located on tne corner of Valley and Oak Streets RxkhiH Fur nace wi be aria on Sunday eve ning March 23 and conclude on Friday right March 28 The ser vice wiil begin each evening at oclock Guest preacher for these out standing semces wi be the Rev Dr Samuel A Harley di rector of church relation Bndgewster College Bndge Raier Va Dr Harley was Eraduste5 from Bridgewater College Un1 opons Ion Theological Semmary in Richmond Va Bethany Theo logical Seminary7 in Chicago 111 He also has been involved in graduate work at Garrett Bibli cal Institute Chicago had clin Continued On Page Six K McKee stated that the rea sons for this belief range from He delivers a clean dry tm torn paper at a regular hour each day to He always wereiime to speak a few words toi caned last mgnt to settle a pubme j lie disturbance that got out of One writer has a special feel hand for a time ing for her newsboy because Tne incident started aiways speaks to my doj ai the Shapiro Theatre Ginger too Attention to ariij where a teenage boy was causmsls 3 the call of ing trouble Police were sumbut anoller letter writer com moned and proceeded to remcntef1 in hr tribute My boy the youth from the movie willake care of olir dog andi Deadlines For Special Church Xews From Yesteryear Obituaries Picture Psge Society Wciub Xews ca if youre away I Criteria for determining if Daily News carrier was In the Hes TOPS category courtesy good colj leciion habils special attention 6 to personal services and effi cient account methods Six prizes of in cash have mailed to the division win 9 ners Huntingdon David Cor 11 bin 1210 Oneida Street and Chris 5 Ross 1817 Penn Street Mount 2 Union Victor Karvcki of 136 7 West Halley Street Saxton 8 Michael Putt of Church Street 4 Continued On Page Two 11 From Youth Camp Aid Library Transfer Boroughs Bird Blight To Be Assessed Friday Friday an assessor islour will result in seme answers coming to town and his recomjas to how to clean up the mess mendations sre definitely for Is it a simple question of cause Eleven youths from the 1 mpds jand effect Youth Forestry Camp No 3 al t silenl pigeon Or merely a matter of time Aitch are working this week 0 there a best time of year to end to transfer books from the nlerefed residents on a remove pigeons Is there a fis old ssction of the Huntingdon tourf the liquidation factor involved County Library into the 3t 9 ami To be an3wercd is thej addition jTiaaj niarcn a happens after The boys volunteers arei MHDeForrest haslhe pigeons go Do the mos undsr supervision of the DAmato Bird takeover camn iro1 Coraoration for assistance Perhaps it would be wise if Edwardm Huntinsrdon pigeon DAmato has the answer as frvrprohlem and Providirg an eslijhow to confine the feathered county 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 Huntmgtlon Mount Union and Saxton areas should submit re ports of forthcoming Palm Sunday and Holy Week services to The Daily News tint 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 25 Facts about Easier 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 al other churches in he cir culation area These will be published on Friday April 4 Saturday April 5 Low Bidder Is Named On Fulton County Job Union Equipment Inc Win field was named today as the mass destruction But neither American nor Russian officials were able to define a weapon which can cause mass destruction These be a candidate on both jingdon County today to make ar i Continued On Page Two Demand Answer From Laird Solons Present Basic Question WASHINGTON UPI Russian officials said ft would have to missiles approaching over northern horizon Ur is ln be a pretty large and formida ble weapon if it is not nuclear The real problem lies in defining mass destruction The ierm has been used in several international treaties including the treaties to keep nuclear weapons and other weapons of mass destruction out of Antarctica and out of outer space The language for both pacts was proposed and agreed upon gent call to the White House More missiles ap Is have three mimiies iefi Raised In Heart Drive According to a report p senled at the Wednesday hoarri of AFI r favorable condition and resting comfortably according lo the latest medical bulletin from Walter Reed Army Medical Center It was learned Friday that the 78yearold general of the Army suffered a congestive heart failure last Saturday a condi tion described as one in which the heart fails lo pump enough blood Doctors said it may well have lessened his reserve strength During the week Mamie Eisenhower remarked lo friends thai her husband has some good days and some bad ones She said that last Saturday was r bad and I didnt Mr President says Ihe mv clothes off for TO commander Which button do I hours press The antiballJslic misj Eisenhower one of the Mlnutemannations three living expres iirm5 lidents suffered his fourth heart The panic button came aattack April 29 in Southern low voice from the committee California He was brought back lahip It iv a c 2gn j m i t r by the United States and Soviet 7 lrpeccors behindB green eyeshade Union but there was no legal the Centrai Pennsylvania Heart Laughter from the spectators definition of what was the Februaiy fundlgalleryand from Sen Albert This is one of the problemsdrive neUed 5539731 in the Gore DTenn loo facing the seabed negotiations Huntingdon area This is several hundred dol being considered at the disar mament conference Continued On Page Six Dysart Price Are National AiclesdeCamp KANSAS CITY Mo Rich ard IV Homan Sugar Grove W Va commanderinchief of Ihe Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United Stales today announced the appointments of Paul L Dy sart 513 Thirteenth Street and Harvey P Price 415 Seventh Street both of Huntingdon as national aidesdecamp VFW Commenting on the appoint ments Commander in Chief rloman said All of us serving at the national level are proud of the slalure of the VFW and all of us recognize that none of his would be so were it not for he great work being done at he local level The continued de s of our on the foundation we at toe Ub at the library Many municipal buildings arej afflicted with piseon blight birds and it is hoped that the Friday W 1 C t they could feast on one stoneat least Continued On Page Six The firm bid for the resurfacing of five miles of Route 522 in Ayr Township be tween Webster Mills and Mc Conaellsburg have built with qualified and dedicated leadership such as that shown by Mr Price and Mr Dysart I know I can count on a job well done whenever they are called upon to serve toe Veterans of Foreign Ware lars short of the 1959 goal of 6000 The meeting was held at Penn Hunt Hotel with Emer son E Crum president con ducting the business session Secretary Mrs Margaret John son gave campaign details noting that contributions are still being accepted and may be forwarded to 401 Penn Street Let Us Help You Help Your Heart is the plea made by the Continued On Page Two The Cameras Pan In television cameras Voter Oulpost Conducted At Mount Union Two members of the Hunting don County Board of Ejections Mrs JoanBranthaver and Mrs Elizabeth Porter assisted by County Commissioner James DiCosimo conducted an outpost voter registration Thursday evening in Mount Union new voters took advantage of the convenience of the outpost to register for Continued On Page Two panned in on a grim Defense Secretary Melvin R Laird his eyes narrowed to gray slits after a twoday Senate under glaring Mr Chairman I Continued On Page Six jusl a fcw Continued On Page Two THE WEATHER Snow flurries ending this morning Clearing and warmer this afternoon High upper to mid 40s Fair and cold tonight Low upper teens to mid 20s Sunny and warmer Sunday High upper IDs to mid 50s Variable cloudiness and cooler Monday Sirhan Trial Starring Two Sharp Attorneys LOS ANGELES trial of Sirhan B Sirhan is turning into a battle between twa sharp lawyers over whether the killer of Robert Kennedy should be sentenced lo the gas chamber The jury is now hearing the last of psychiatric testimony and the expert mental witnesses are getting a goingover from both sides On Friday prosecuting attor ney David Fills scored some definite points when he brought Dr Brie Marcus to commit May Be Lying may be lying when he says he cannot remember shooting the senator The defensecalled psychiatrist also conceded that Sirhan may have been malingering when he failed to ask police officers in jail after the shooting why he was being held later defense law yer Grant Cooper had the same psychiatrist testifying that Sir han became a wild beast who haJ lo be physically restrained after being given six ounces of alcohol m Tom Collins in his jail cell Marcus said that alcohol triggered Sirhan into a slate where he thought deputies were Israeli soldiers and even thought the doctor was his brother and asked him to drive him home   

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