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   Daily News (Newspaper) - March 24, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                CLASSIFIED ADS i DIAL MISS CLASSIFIED 6434040 or 5424641 ILY State Library Education Building Pa 17126 VOL 48 FEE COPT HUNTINGDON AND MOUNT UNION PA MONDAY MARCH 24 1969 Phone 6434040 NO 45 Check Presented By Auxiliary A check for was presented to the Mount Union Fire Company on Saturday night by the Womens Auxiliary to help pay for the new fire station recently completed The check was given to Victor Karyckl fire company president by Mrs Belly Tiuan auxiliary president Robert C Gdodmaji center toastmaster at the firemens annual banquet Saturday night witnesses the pres entation Auxiliary obtained money through various fundraising projects including an nual dance 5 In Area Given PSU Degrees Five Huntingdon idents were among area the resl more Judge Speaks At Annual Banquet Firemen Lauded At Mount Union Huntingdon County Judge R Merle Heffner than 1000 graduates to receiveijauded Mount Union firemen for their unselfish sSemCoSUege devotion Saturday night when he spoke at their meiicement exercises that markannual banquet held at the Mount Union Amer ed the end of the winter term ican Legion Country Club Specifically The graduating class included these Huntingdon Countians Karen A Brown Alexandria bachelor of science degree in secondary education Pcler H B Norton Huntingdon RD 3 master of science degree in rural sociology James I Payne Mnuni Union R D master of the jurist re ferred to the building of a 000 fire station in Mount Union that is a model for others to fol low Robert C Goodman Bloodmobile In Mount Union Wednesday Blood donors please keep promt Allies Launch Third Big Offensive In South Viet New Voter Law Regulates Certification A 1968 law in force in Hunt ingdon County for the first time during this primary balloting in May will relieve members of the county elections board from having to rule in tie balloting for local offices where only a few writein votes have been cast for the candidates The new law unused during the general election in 1968 per tains to dhe local election this year in areas where candidates may not have filed petitions but are seeking office through write ins or where no nominees have been recorded for local offices In effect the county board of elections will not certify any less than ten ballots cast for a candidate for the local offices In the case of this coming May 20 primary three county offices have no recorded candi dates on the Democratic ticket Continued On Page Five kiln i1 nun ui L j SGrVGQ 3S education degree in elementary appointment when the ff h d h nnrlmnhi P visile in Mnnnt lln dlla Doves Are Preparing For Rogers CT WASHINGTON UPI ident Nixons first confrontation with Senate doves over the conduct of the Vietnam Wai was all but a certainly with an before the Senate s cation Janvier M OU Street Orbistinia mascr of science degree in elecrical engineering Norton is resource development specialist Richard L Fox 1000 Mifflin Street Saxton received a bachelor of science degree in civil engineering while Karl Mattern Knecht 1018 Cameron Avenue Continued On Page visits in Mount Union on Wednesday March 26 in the First United Methodist Church from noon until p m Walkins are always welcome To become a hlood donor you must be in good health and between the ages of eighteen and sixty one The actual donation time is approximately Continued On Page telling them that they should walk with pride since their fortitude made the impossible dream the fire station come rue than 135 persons firemen their ladies borough officials and guests attended the b a n q u e I which also highlighted several presentations excellent entertainment by On Page Two Rogers Rogers review of foreign To Preserve War On Poverty Friends Of OEO Mounting Drive WASHINGTON UP1 Friends of the war on poverty launched a surprise counterofiensive today against what they regard as an escalation of sniping attacks on the wars proudest bastions Carl D Perkins chairman o the House Education and Laboi Committee the JC Emeritus J CLYDE STAYER Professor Of Mathematics Dies At 78 Jimiala before the committee Emeritus College Professor of Mathematics J was not scheduled until Stayer died unexpectedly j day but at least two home Street minded senators have already Huntingdon on Saturday March tossed the first punches antipovertj programs staunchest congres sional ally caught friends and foes alike off balance bj ordering hearings to begin immediately on Ihe Economic Opportunity Act the basic legislation behind the fiveyear old war on poverty Key provisions of the law expire June 30 A group of child heallh specialists led by Dr Robert Frazier of the American Acade my of Pediatrics were to give the leadoff testimony Their interest was Operation Head start the preschool program for poor children that President Nixon has proposed shifting from the Office of Economic Opportunity OEO to the Department of Health Educa ion and Welfare Perkins said last week he was not trying to get the jump 01 anyone by ordering hearings but the ilterm veteran lawyer from Hindman Ky to reporters thai until recently lie planned no action on anlipover ty legislation before late Aprir Another sign of the haste ii which hearings Were scheduler Continued On Page Two Sen J William Fulbrighl D Ark unleashed his impatience 22 at approximately pm e had been in his usual health e was 78 Slayer was active in many Highlight Of Busy Week In Harrisbiirg Nonpublic School Aid In Position For Final Vote HARRISBURG UPI Controversial leg islation that would provide about S60 million in additional funds for churchrelated and private schools in Pennsylvania is in position for a fi nal House vote this week Tiie Easier Seal Sale Limcli Set Al Barree Mrs Leona Hoffmaster d i me auiiuui Bar ee is a staunch friend of the aid proposal which was auth CrPPlediored by Rep Martin P Mullen s of HuntingD Philadelphia fuvds would Mil which Gov Ray mond P Shafer threatened last week to veto was the highlight of what shaped up as a busy j will be staged week for the lawmakers Bothjdon Area Jaycces again this Huntingdon Easter Egg Hunt Is April 5 A popular event fhe annual Huntingdon Easter Egg Hunt Vietnam policy last week church organizations his Foreign Relations panel wasthroughout his lengthy career at hearing testimony on thejJmiata College Born atNew antiballistic missile ABM Enterprise he received his earj Suiibury Trial In 2nd Week system Fulbright ly education in the SUNBURY Pa UPI The public trial of Harold Borriner 20 ac i I was certain lo expand his attack when Rogers ed his Normal English degree ti j i Hm13la Pnllnno in sits in the hearing chair And Sen Vance Hartke schools at Woodbury and earnjcused in the fire deaths of his seven brothers and sisters and 4th In Series Marines Return To Klie Sanh SAIGON UPI US military command today announced the third major allied coun teroffenslve against the Communists w inter spring one sending US Marines back to their abandoned outpost at Khe Sanh A task force of 3000 Leathernecks and 100 tanks rumbled into the mountain country in South Vietnams northwest corner March 15 with one major block a Communist supply freeway bringing troops and munitions in from Laos They set up headquarters seven miles souih of Khe Sanh astride Highway 926 reported by reconnaissance patrols to be a veritable freeway for North Vietnamese trucks bringing supplies in from Laos by night All that remains of the Khe Sanh outpost where the Ma DR NEAL MUSMANNO Musmaimo Will Speak At Kiwanis Dr Neal V Musmanno depu ly superintendent of Ihe Depart meat of Public Instruction Har u WJreic U1B lvld nsbing will be mam speaker ines weathered n 77day siege he March 27 noon meeting 186B is the meteal the Huntingdon M wan is Club covering on a runway Musmanno has been with the The new counleroffensive has DPI at Hamsbujg for tjie past been cotie n a m e d nine years As deputy supcriuCrag Headquarterssaid 43 lendent he is responsible for korlh vielnamese troops have all administrative and executive been killed in the new drive functions of the department He oversees the planning program ming and budgeting important new modern manage ment the department The speaker earned his bache lor of arts degree at Pennsyl vania StatsUniversity in 193fi and holds his masters and doc toral degrees from the Univer sity of Pittsburgh Possessor of a career in edu cation spanning some 30 years Musmauno constructed an edu cational program ashigh school principal and associate super Conlinued On Page Five compared with US losses of 10 Marines slain and 64 wounded Accompanying Ihe Maine Crag announcement were dis closures that the 30th day of the Continued On Page Two Spring Is Here Ruth Bigelow of Waterstreet assured The Daily News today that spring is officially here She based her statement on Ihe fact that at pm Fri day she observed two beauti ful robins at her home in Mor ris Township at Juniaia College in 1010 In 1016 he receiveda BA the shotgun wounding of his parents in November of 1965 TnH nnD nf nci Juniata and earned hisenlered ils second week today mnsi nu I A AM degree from the Univer The trial in Northumberland wartCfnV ihP wilt of Pittsburgh in 1334 HejCounty Court before Judge Mi warned riming the weekendU d a hohhaPl Kivtn hnaan Nixon must take some action posi gidauaie end the war before all I kind nfilook advanced sludics al Disl Ally UlJItSJl IIIL1 ti lO ibUJUC Klml Ol HV n re GnVinnl i I It I i t definitive reduction in casuaIMCA sald he seek a first at thechael Kivko began last Wednes of Pittsburgh and Ihejday after 12 jurors were chosen 3 j University of Michigan and also from almost 100 veniremen r look advanced studies al Ihei Disl Ally Vince B Mak ties Id say by the first of July or something of a significant Springfield Mass degree murder conviction for From 1910 to 1912 he taught inBordner in the deaths of seven country school in Bedford Of his 12 brothers and sisters character in the Dcse it cnursp3 collnlry scl1001 m his 12 brothers and of the war t a we 3d be bCmmiv and from1916 victims ranged was an instructor in mathemaL in age a situation where a o OILUOUUII 1IILIC A iwas an in mathemaljfrom one to eight Five older children escaped from the blaze chambers will resume sessions late Monday Under the nonpublic school rh3 17 a d rmn diverterf lion to the Easter Seal Cami paign March 1 through Easter Day April fi her home on Wednesday Slate tax Rfullen is chairman of the House Appropriations Committee and he countered the veto threat by pledging to sday wjihnolt moncy fortheopera C of the governors office vanla enacted the n year on Saturday April 5 Chairman Charles Grove fo day announced plans for the program which will be held in Shenvood Forest along College Avenue on the Juniata College campus It was held in the same loca tion last year This year the hunt will gel underway at 10 am with Jay cecs hiding more than 1000 Continued On Page Two last year and It is a sure lliing that will be a tempting variety of Continued On Page Five program now stands some 200 nonpublic schools would re ceive aid totaling S45 million j Continued On Page Five told UPI INSIDE THE NEWS Ann Landers Classified Ads Comics 9 Crossword Puzzle 11 Obituaries 2 Society And Olub News 7 Sports 4 Through These Doors 8 Pennsylvania Story 10 News From Yesteryear 10 800 Angnillans Take Part Mock Funeral Is Staged For Lee THE VALLEY Anguilla UPI The Bri tish government today defended Anthony Lee the resident British commissioner imposed on this island at gunpoint as the right choice At least 800 Anguillans wished him dead In London he House of in the Bordners Herndon met today to consider Teaching Career The parents Mrs Mary Bordfhe Labor governments handl He hegan his teaching career ncr 42 and her husband Haring of the Anguilla affair with at Juniata College in IfllO as anjold C were wounded by a shotF o r e i g n Secretary Michael instructor in mathematics andlgun blast as they slept in their served as principal and the night of the fire Testimony in the trial was the Juniaia Academy until 1924 In 1923 he was named instructor in highlighted Friday in an outburst 800 Anguillan Stewart lhe prime target for the Conservative opposition Carrying a hand made casket Frmn 1933 unlil 1953 he held the position of assistant profes sor at Juniaia and from 1053 to 1058 taught under a full profes sorship Stayer served as Dean Continued On Page Two r aril f r i iudy 111 dll UULUUl coacn at f by dur ing three hours of testimony for the prosecution Mrs Bordner expecting liar 14th child broke down and cried as she sobbed no seven times Mergers Oj Dissimilar Business Giants Ray To Present Motion Seeking A New Trial NASHVILLE Tenn I candidate for the National lotion Kfipkine a now trial fnr PirrVitc A T motion seeking a new trial for James Earl Ray will be filed in Memphis possibly this week according to Rays brother Jerry Ray said his brother wnuld plead innocent lo the assassination of Dr Martin Luther King Jr in a new trial A decision will be made within the next three days on exactly what the petition will say and who will file it said Jerry Ray in a copyright story in the Nashville Sunday We are two attorneys Tennesscan considering The lawyers were identified as JB Stoner of Savannah Ja tht 19W presidential States Rights puty and AJ flyman of Memphis Stoner visited Ray in his cell at the Tennessee State Prison Saturday where he is seiving a 99year sentence after pleading guilty lo Kings murder The Georgia lawyer said Ray was innocent and had been pres sured into pleading guilty Jerry Ray who also visited his brother Saturday said he delivered evidence to support a claim that Rays former attorney Percy Foreman had pressured him into pleading guilty according lo the Tennes sean Continued On Page Six WASHINGTON UPI The Justice De partment today threatened LingTemcoVoughf Inc with a test antitrust suit in the Nixon ad ministrations first try at halting a trend toward mergers of dissimilar business giants LTV a Dallasbased glomerate which may soon bejcconornc domination of a few Antitrust Suit To Test Trend To Conglomerates nations sixth largest steel Sunday staged a mock funeral Driver Of HitRun Car Is Identified Stale Police at Huntingdon to day identified Rebecca Young I blood of Six Mile Run as the op uMiiunr j n j i for Lee and Robert Lefalor of the car involved in a Bradshaw premier of neighbor1 run acci inc SI Kills vvhn wanls Ihii IS ing St Kills who wan Is Ihis 33 squarcmile speck of coral to in Broad Top Sunday mom ing ity early to his island federation Tne hiLrlln ar a I9B1 Ford when asked fay Makowski if sheof SI KiltsNevis from which vras paJked at Riddles saw each of her seven children Continued On Page Two Fire Siren Platform Is Set Ablase The Mount fire siren atop the boroughs Municipal Building sol ablaze the wooden platform on which it is mounted during an alarm on Saturday night concern a test antitrust suit in the Nixon ad The Jllstice Departmentsaid The siren was set off in a oneparagraph statementjfor a car fire at the corner of its first objective was to Jefferson and Garber Street one of the 10 biggest companies in the nation was told it will face an anlilrust suit demand corporate giants if mergers continue Current figures show that the ing it drop its holdings in Jonesnations 200 biggest firms Laughlin Steel Corp Controlled S8 per cent of all Officials of LTV scheduled a j manufacturing assets in 1067 A private meeting today 4462 mergers primarily Richard W McLaren thejinvolving conglomerates were prevent LTV from gaining control of the steel companys entire stock LTV already owns 63 per cent of Jones Laughlin stock and its fender offer for the remaining 37 per cent does not expire until 5 pm EST Continued On Page Five administrations antitrust chief to see if they can present a satisfactory alternative to the governments threal LTV is one of the nations supergiant conglomerates and one of the best known of the expanding enterprises There have been fears in the Nixon administration fhat business could coma under the tight completed in with 2975 the year before The Justice Department in the middle of a quiet Sunday afternoon when all the stock markets were closed announced it told LTV Saturday night it intended to file an antitrust suit demanding the Texas company divest itself of all interest in the Pittsburgh Corporation the THE WEATHER Windy and mild with rain today and tonight High to day mid o low 5fls Low tonight in the 40s Consid erable cloudiness and cool er with scattered showers Tuesday High in the 40s Wednesday Outlook colder with scattered snow flur ries The alarm sounded just as fhe firemens annual banquet was adjourning at the American Le gion Country Club To add to their woes the firemen were informed that the platform supporting the siren also was afire II took a consid erable amount of lime to extin guish the blaze atop the build ing which had been used as a fire hall prior to the erection of the new fire station No estimate of damages was re ported Mount Union had five alarms on Saturday There were two grass fires during the afternoon one in Germany Valley and an other in Hill Valley There was no damage Continued On Two Anguilla broke away The crowd marched to Ihe islands administration building wailing in mock grief over the deaths of the fwo men In the West Indies such mock funerals are common ways of wishing to be rid of someone Continued On Page Five burg yesterday by Slate Police of the Bedford substation The entire front of Ihe car was dam aged about investigators said The accident happened at am Sunday The hit run car was east Continued On Page Five Sirhan Tape Recording Sure To Trigger Fight LOS ANGELES Dr Bernard Diamond fhe tape recording of Sirhan B psychiatrist who hypnotized Sirhan reenacting under hyp nosis Ihe assassinalion of Sen Robert F lo the squeezing of an imaginary be introduced al his trial this week The defense would like to of fer the recording into evidence to bolster its conlenlion Sirhan was mentally ill when he shol Kennedy and Iherefore should not he sent to the gas chamber The prosecution in its quest for the death penalty is attempting to prove Sirhan was capable of premeditating the shooting of Kennedy It there fore woud strenuously oppose introduction of the tape Sirhan in his jail cell was to continue testimony today for the defense Using the technique of age regression Diamond led fhe 25yearold Arab immigrant through Ihe events of the assassintion Sirhan has contended on the witness stand he cannot remem ber shooting Kennedy The first thing he recalled after blacking out was being choked The tape of the hypnotic sessions ends with Sirhan reliving the actual shooting There is a pause then Sirhan gasps in pain as if somebody had his Continued On Page Six   

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