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   Daily News (Newspaper) - March 26, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                CLASSIFIED ADS DIAL MISS CLASSIFIED 6434040 or 5424641 THE DAILY State ing 171J2G VOL 48 XIX t CEXTS PEE CQfl HUNTINGDON AND MOUNT UNION PA WEDNESDAY MARCH 26 1969 Phone 6434O4O NO 17 NixonAsks Congress To Extend Surcharge To Halt Economic Aggression Transportation Department Bill Is Introduced Doctors Wait For Sign Of Improvement Ikes Condition Listed Critical WASHINGTON1 UPn Doctors treating HARRISBITRG lUPI Tne iShater administrations proposal WASHINGTON UPI 5 create a eahJoetievel ksie President Nixon to itMieH to w3 ntnxacea in tile QSV asxea Consres to TuesJav wifc mm n T T 0 4Xi lormer Presment D Eisenhower extend tne 10 per cent mne AepobUcaiis ana nve Dem f emeu income tax surcharge at Sesst until mid1970 The governor is es saying it necessary taohsbmenof the department to ha economic ag ta C Frame today for some sign of improvement sponsorin his condition described as critical for the first time in seven months Although oJivsiciarts at Wake in water iransoona Reed Army Medkal Cenier S declined to predic the 7Syear oi generals chances of sursi val ihev anpeared increasing air a lion tax messaje to A similar measure ws nro tn House and Senate Nixon posed by the administration said svhedjied reductions in las year without success Thereasrmii at HS namln telephone and passenger car are two major revisions in congestive hoar excise taxes also would have to current measure i failure condition that began 1 be postponed is a sharp division of Xixon said be regardedauthority among five deputy Another medical bulletin was the surohaje as 5 temporary secretaries administrat i o n expected a midmomins j tax ih3Cnyist fce ended as soon highway sdministration safety in a medical biHenWied H a oar ormiknwncs in Southadministration planning and to545 p m EST Tuesday ionacai and area transmutation i Advisory Committee evidence of the consesnon tag Tnere is proton for an itr5inina Eisenhowers hean aesgneo to Thev there hsd been n faring sA JXRTM o Mew 01 the deerioration durina tiw Of Tonctie ess Asia and economic Cois permit He added however Continued On Pace 114 private sector ino me aecssion maKirg oro conailion remajiis cnticas Delta Jet Hijacked To Havana It was the first time thai cess The balk of the new depart ment be the c ways Department CXher voived agencies in the are the TransportsJon Division sVl of the Affairs DeauCK o hlJS snd panrneru the Aeronautics 5 vear mission the Military Ai Earller Tjesoay the phys fairs Depanment and the ConiCJans said Eisenhowers case c Xewarkto merce Departments congestion was severe Dego Delta Airlines jet rail demonstration i Continued On Page Three l 114 oerson aboard was Mistrial Declared In Civil Case A Slip of the tongue caused a misinal yesterday afternoon v a Huntingdan County Civil Conn trial just minutes after Mention of Insurance is taboo at a civil trial arcordins to rules Said down by the US7 Su preme Court In the case of John P Don Features Of Three Springs Pool facility The rough scale drawing of the Three Spring pool show the main puol area P ajid the wadng pool iWl plus deck area and accoutrements Nearby is the bathhouse B and adjoining filter room The entire urea Is to be fenced and entrance will be by gate along the filter room A small concession stand C is included in the plans first vniness called to the fourti yesterday afternoon 66 a Morris 18 of his hnacked io Cuba Tuesdav nisht T j i nations Hun commercial Qmck Actlon If Aof aHirser piracy of the year i The DCS was expected lo re rn So he United Stages from H r ana today f lying lo Dallss si rr a brief stop LI Miami Tne plane was commandeered 10 minutes after k took off from Love Held in Dallas The pilot Cam William Wood radioed the Fort Worth control tower for permission to make 2 leu turn of He was asked if he was from planning to return io Field School Aid Bill Goes To Senate in which cows were allegedly ed by z hot Valley Bural that had fallen to the during a rainstorm Donneliys lawyer Attorney ness and in his reply Reeds Trial May Be In September Present thinking is that the dairySamuel Lee Reed murder trial take place during the Sep Term of Huntingdon Construction To Cost Three Springs Pool Bids Within Range District Attorney to change Springs community swimming pool within sight With US Blessing In a pair of actions that brought the Three DonnelTvanc mail contingencies Monday evening Three Springs Borough Counj said that insurance had extra session of the grandIcil opened bids for the project and authorized mentioned in his meeting 0nry is being contemplated to i the establishment of a corporate authority to May 29 wnh a Valley Ruraljhandle a heavy work load andhanj th I m HARR1SBURG UP1 The thorny issue massive aid to nonpublic schools has the House to the Senate but the upper chamber was out of the Question No Im io Havana cnmoers Kan to hoa VTw reolied snort sessions toaay ana SQ Uer in for a cwuee vacaon Feder Aviation Administra Tne HOJSS Tjesday passed tion Wosd radioed for direc 11476 a bill authorizing the iT million on tion as he pasjed over stae to spend Fa H jaid nothing aid tn private and parcchia in hijacker schocKS through June 30 1970 He must have him in the The proposal was evpscied to Continued On Pzze Seven expefience aJ2h road in the Southern Offers Real Hospitality Electric official charges against the 20year Aaorney Lintonlold Reed may be acted upon at rase for the utility time An approved murder nin rTrn immcdiateiy called for a misi indictment would smooth u trial and Jude Arnold D Smorjway for lhe murder rial nalive of Dm and Donneiiv had been the pools financing Borousli Decision the Weighted Body Of Tinv Girl Senate snd Gov Raymond P Sharer has s5a he will vein the measure if it reaches his desk in presen forrri Rep Manin P D crje sxinsor of the the case weald be continued un ti a isler time He was spe cially presiding at the trial since j JjigeR Merle Heffner hadj been involved in the case while Soutaern h e wokmg as a practicing a I tor ev lnJ3 was barred from That s wnat 95 hign SCPOO in itidsmen on trie cae i stnjmentalists from ali over Tiw jury of five men and sevi Hununzdon County wi be enen womri to hear the case was toying his weekend at the Coaneiected in one hour vesterdavi Trudeau Takes Data Home Red Trawler Counts Fish Along Coast PEDRO Calif Foster was severely beafen Continued On Page Seven Council Chairman Freddie Wible stated that Lhei low bids were within lhe range expected aad all signs point to the building of a pooli i ii r J WJ LJrv ttible opened tne meeting forsoviet trawler with the most the borougn council witjii a fullsophisticated electronic gear house turnout ot Lions today frorn this and interested citizens The total weeks 0 snooping along the estimated construction cost isPacific from San Diego to pit18380 san Francisco WASHINGTON UPI Pres Uw yldf for Carious porIt does so not with ident Nixon has been apparently tlons of lne instruction were blessing of the US government unable to win Canadian Prime submUedkv Moseman Conjbut with an American Minister Elliott Trudeaus imsuucnon Company Hanisburgscientjst abMrd the pool fo200 and George Tfe Hann and Sons Hustontown yoviet i rotessor Trudeau who flew back to ispeciifically the hake a mem Canada Tuesday night after a iworiav visii said he was no closer th an before to making a decision on his stand on the 767 L C Anderson arid Sons Confession Will Spark Trial SUNBURY Pa UP A id rr i I nju v frsht was expected to develoo Tne ABF pjec has responsibility for the buildin inHv if ho in Canada in part o le recreationai facilitv poecution tries proecuuon incs to ber of the cod family to insure tins marine resource off the Pacific shores is not being respectively depleted faster than it reprodu boroughwill assume heIces Demonstlate Trust e c a u s e Nixon s proposals recreational facility F acilty Described gir bullhorn ce i3S bi to entertain ins risitina sqjad cars bandsmen from Huntingdon throjgr the A I csn a we Lnion Area and Jun brosccsstins decertain do everjthing in iata Valley High Schools scriptions in Enslih and ro convnce the govRegiscration will begin on Spanish of blondehaired KMeTl0r wwjld be wronf to T h u r s d a y be shne Felurriero missing since ve D saw itween and oclock Re Fridsy nieht Means Victory hearssis wi5I star and On Tuesday the search ended The House vote represented a rouis for individual posiuons Police found the body of the victor for N5uen A toal n wiil be conducted simuitaneous chid she pockei of her slack 504 members voted for the y by the host direcior and t h e INSIDE THE Along Tne Jumata 13 Ann Landers 6 weirmeo wnn cnunks of in the Ess River at too of 31th Street Police arrested the young sters stepfather George Potlis 40 and charged him with homicide Roxannes mother Marie 20 was as 3 material witness Authorities said Potiis after Continued On Page Three cemeasure nincot hesitation andvising directors Darwin the Continued On Pzze Three i Continued On Pace Three Classified Ads 17 Comics 15 Crossword Puzzle 17 Obituaries 2 Society And Club News 12 Sports 4 Pa Sory 8 News Of Yftstervear 18 With the memory of the LrSS 11 c i o uc ILIUM o n Pueblo in the background it introduce an ailegen confession place nucleal 1ipped F acilty Described was particularly demonstrative at tne muroer trial of Harold in NTontana and North The completed pool area will of lhe rust Union bordner 20 year old slowiDakota practically Canadas cover approximately two acresand the united Stales are ij i earner accused of setting abackyard Opposition parties and will con t a i n a Z type piacing on one another at tower fire which killed seven of his have been after Trudeau to main pool wading pool bathjievels of coiiecting data brothers and sisters in their denounce the idea as anhouse concession area and filj rr pauj Smith of the Scripps iescalation of the arms race Four Girh Murdered In 21 Months Warriors Mark Twp Trailer Burglarized i Deranged Slayer Of Four Sought In Ann Arbor Area Defense Attorney Roger S j Haddon said he would object io the introduction of any alleged confession on constitutional grounds The prosecution was expected to produce one to offj set testimony by a state police j fire marshal that the defendant denied setting the blaze in a Continued On Page Seven frontinued On Three Registration Schedule For Kindergarten the house trsiler located ANN ARBOR Mich fUPIi All vere slighiiv built and had long li All rour brown Richard L McKnight ele mentary supervisor for South iern Huntingdon County Schools announced thefollowing nMjcni3afn for kindergarten reg Pjesvar 19 was found in ijctration girls of ern Michisan is In August 1957 iMary nesvar iw was round HI list have been found murdered ii the last 21 underbrush northeast of Ypsil Rockhil Elementary School THE WEATHER Windy and colder with oc casional light snow or snow flurries today and scattered snow flurries tonighi High today in 3fls Low tonight mid 2fls to Inw 3ns Thurs day mostly cloudy and con tinued colri with a few snow flurries High in r0s Var iable cloudiness and not as cold Friday ter room i Institute of Oceanography in La The main pool will offer 6206J Continued On Page Two square feet of swimming space1 including a 25 meterslong gen eral swimming area and six racing lanes of 2meters each The 15 feet diameter wading pool will be constructed with a ramp leading into the shallow end of the main pool for the handicapped Water capacity of the entire j pool is 233600 gallons The pool is to be equipped with all stain Final Plans Reviewed Javcees v less steel deck equipment Continued On Page Seven Kennedy On Collision Course With President WASHINGTON Withmendalion by a major political Shoenberger Road in Warmonths in a 35miie triangle of lower Michigan 10 mie3 east of AnnTuesdav April 8Shade Gao Elout exposing his political plansifigure MrL c A rnrr i r AJI ri jT terdsy The mobile The ementary School Wednesday for Edward M Rallying Point Members of the Huntingdon projects and programs planned during the remainder of the adminis trative year at a brief business meeting last night in the Hunt ingdon Community Center The chapter will elect new of ficers at the meeiing on April fl and they will be installed at the inaugural ballwhich will be held Saturday April 26 at the Hoi iday Inn Jr Upcoming activities Include the annual monte carlo stag night to be held this Friday found Tuesday traier is owned Three were of Maralynn Sxeiwn H r i IfCUJICJUrty jn HI uc C 1 u me iaest saymg was py g Spring Farms s slowly but surely the rallying point Starting at pm a mACt W 5 Uor i r r i CT rhe most Wslter tvo from Fjim was foJnd Krasny chief of the Ann Arbor I irt monJ by Pincell of Hudson attended We same university m survewrs Tuesdav ln a Orm and Louis Puglese 01 PittsThe wrtrrine lastwas a area nea a j ne u T vearold runavay bv dens o th Jonn S Hoover Jr Tyrone The cbtnes of tnree were Universiv o at Ann KD 4 discovered the crime at pned neatly next to ineir bodies 8 pm last evening He had tnere earlier in the day to check on a grave the trailer and found no evidence Got To Be Caught Police Department tary School Thursday April a platform putting himifor opponents of any anttballisj chairman Chet fsetf an jfeek Elementaryion a collision course withlies missile orinounced that with the arrival of She was unmercifulv beaten Friday April 11 President Nixon An a fractured skull probably ti I Parents s ho u 1 d bring birth In the months of step died ofifr1111038 and administration the UILU I tlfllafP if atIlloh O tificat6 if available of the burglary Hoover said crown prince of has laken the of commissioning a noted scientists j spring weather the completed would be placed study by in Theres someone awav Eastern Michiean Universityjwas she was sexua1y 9 to 11 was found less than a quarterassaujcn j a jtiie draft overhaul of downtown Huntingdon locations The finishing touches will be placed on the tot lot located at the William Smith School anrl Reported Missing and frpm 1 to 3 p farreaching propot on the powerful oilwork is expected to start short m on the days scheduled that would end a interests by charging that theily on the new tot lot which will TJ ruJie aWriV AJIUU1U UC UVC yecllb1 JAllt jyivgioM o i nooer sam tne traier had deranged around here whos got T nV was reported age before Feb 1 1970 BusMainland China and urged thatispecial sop for the industry and toen emereo on wo otner occato be caughv quickly says WXI Monday by her mother transportation will be provided Me Communists replace the coststhe economy between 4 sioni eacn time TO a rear Countv Sheriff m Mrs Archie Skekon who saidifnr nhiMrL Nationalists on IheibiUion and S7 billion a year time via a rear County sheriff of Niichigan Archie Skekorli who on gias Jane Mixer 23 was she last saw her daughterjjng 196970 term both to andUV Security Council an al Conunued On Page Seven j Tne cruelly beaten nude bodyfound on a grave in a cemetery Continued On Page Seven j from school imost unprecedented recom sions Jow Children should be five policy with regard tojimporl quota program is located on the playground of Smilhfield Elementary School Chairman Charles Grove re viewed plans for an enlarged Continued On Page Two the midst of the most Continued On Page Ten   

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