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   Daily News (Newspaper) - March 28, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                CLASSIFIED ADS DIAL MISS CLASSIFIED 6434040 or 5424641 THE DAILY State Library Education Building Pa 171K6 VOL NINE CENT PEK COPT HUNTINGDON AND MOUNT UNtON PA FRIDAY MARCH 28 1969 Phone 643404O NO 49 n Comparing Some Musical Notes Comparing musical notes at Hie Hunt ngdon County Band Festival are the county nd directors left to right Verino Dandrea SHC Russell LaForce of JVHS Marshall payd of MUA and guest conductor John Direction Of John Monti 25 Musicians re Rehearsing A memorable musical happening in the iti is underway at Southern Hunt ion County High School Its the Huntingdon County Band Festival Monti of Alloona HAs Darwin Campbell had another commitment at the time the Daily News photographer was taking pic tures Renamed reneral inance Has lections annual shareholders meet If General Finance Service I are One hundred and twentyfive talented instrumentalists from Settlement Approved In Road Deaths Judge R Merle Heffner ap proved an compromise settlement for damages vester i Loses Long Struggle Against Illness Wilson Acts To End War In Biafra LAGOS Nigeria ish Prime Minister Harold Wilson today started the first full day of talks with the Nigerian government officials as part of his allout effort to end the Biafran war and ease the suffering of its millions of civilian victims Wilson who flew here from London Thursday began the day with a scheduled threehour formal meeting with Maj Gen Yakubu Gowon the federal Nigerian chief of state After the meeting with Gowon the British prime minister was to fly to Enugu former capital of secessionist Biafra which is now in federal hands to take a first hand look at relief work being carried out by government forces Informed British sources said Wilson and Gowon were to review prospects of a peace settlement and what assistance Britain could give Also on the agenda were the shipment ol and medical supplies to Franklin County traffic accident war areas in which a Dublin Townshipj Before his trip British sources had said Wilson woulc Churches Plan Special Events For Palm Sunday Palm Sunday services have been arranged by area congregations to celebrate Christs triumphal entry into Jerusalem And the ensuing days of Holy Week will be fittingly observed with evening services by many mother and her young daughter were instantly killed last Octo ber seek an Huntingdon Area Mount Union Mrs Helen Ruth Kylor 32milages1 end of to the rebel federa civilian Area Juniata Valley and South wife of Samuel J Kylor 35of eni Huntingdon High School arejshade Gap RD and their rehearsing like mad and lovingdaughter Brenda 12 died in the twocar accident which hap bration was held at the lanys executive offices 326 Street Huntingdon yester I officers and directors of fal Finance and its wholly subsidiaries The Budget Companies were reelect The man on the high stool Al topna Band director John Monti with the rhythmic One two ready now is the reason The long hours of rehearsing re lightened by the delightfully direction of Mr Monti whose high school bands have won national championships at Winchester Va gaining renown for him throughout Pennsylvan ia and the east And his sparkling wit has de veloped a fine rapport between the director and his talented pu pils This afternoon at a spe cial matinee performance was Decker Swirles L given for the students at South W Frank McClellanjern Huntingdon County High a Swigart William Epreview of the concert for the directors reelected are rt Jr James G Thompigeneral public tomorrow night James L Thompson and Fleck officers all re elected at 8 oclock pm Mr Monti told a Dailv News pened at pm Oct 25 on Route 30 in Peters Township Franklin County Another daughter Wava 9 was injured in the fatal crash along with her father The proposed settlement was presented to the court for ap proval by Attorney Swirles L Himes former judge of Hunting don County Guardian Named In addition to handing down his approval of the proposal in open court yesterday Judges Heffner naming Continued On Page Fourteen Turnpike Dint also signed an order the Penn Central tional Bank as guardian of the estate of Wava Kylor The peti tion for the appointment of a Registration Dates Set At Mount Union Registration dates for parents to register their child for kind ergarten or first grade in t h e Mount Union Area School Dis trict for the school year 196970 have been set for Tuesday April 15 Wednesday April 16 and Thursday April 17 1969 Registration hours will be held am to 12 noon and to pm at t h e pals office in the Mount Union Elementary Recommends Enlarging To 9 Counties The board of directors of the six county Pennsylvania eco nomic development unit the Turnpike District Planning and Development Commission voted at its quarterly meeting to in clude within the district three adjoining Maryland counties The recommended enlarge ment of the Turnpike District to a nine county economic unit awaits a d o p t i o n by the Eco nomic Development Administra tion U S Department of Com merce but board officials view this acceptance as a matter of course It was the EDA which first proposed consideration of the nine county area Strictly Economic As set forth by EDA the pro Continued On Page Two To Include Laos Cambodia School 10 West Market Street Mount Union guardian noted that Wava will To be eligible for kindergar receive as one of the par ten a child must be five years of reporter last night These suiaction ties entitled to participate in the age on or before January 31 proceeds of the wrongful atlcl first grade the Allies Try To j Broaden Talks PARIS 1UPI US and South Vietnamese legotiators want to include in the Vietnam talks he subject of Communist troops in Laos and Cambodia allied diplomats said today child must be six years of age John T Fleck assis Ecretary and John W Swi Itreasurer Attorney Mor Terrizzi was renamed Irporations counsel L Fleming reap comptroller John T I was renamed director of is and John W King will and former career woman tooNews carrier ue as director of adverMrS sianlev A Ocker of 21 This storv today John R Brunner noover and Russell Intinued On Page Two Victor Karycki Mount Union Carriers Wife mother grader who is also a Daily dian The parent must present a birth certificate and a vaccin ation certificate In any case the parent must present a cer tificate of vaccination before the child enters school Parents of children presently enrolled in a Mount Union Area Kindergarten need not reregis ter their child for first grade The entire registration pro fealuring ceriure for the parent will re Garner Street wrote theMrs Ockers letter is the about one hour Blank 11 Ipllpc in ihp Hpslin a serips nf nittiirparlirlp inaictrsfinn Fmmc mmr ha ixoii Seek Juiiteer Plan TOPS carrier Mount Union Her words of praise were di rected to Victor Karycki 111 son of Mr and Mrs Victor J Kary prizewinning Idler in die HesJin a series of picturearticle registration forms may be ob tained prior to the above statec contest inpresentations of the letters whrch won the Hes TOPS awards throughout the Daily News circulation area Judges for the contest which cki Jr of 136 West H a 11 e y elicited almost 100 letters testi Strect Hes a seventh grader to the high caliber of Mount Union Junior High School j Daily News newsboys were and has a brother Mike a sixth j Continued On Page Five dates at any one of the Mounl Union Area Elementary Schools It is important that parents desiring to register bheir chile for kindergarten do so on the dates indicated so that transpor tation arrangements can be planned IHINGTON UP Nixon moving to make preelection promise to hedraft has ordered a for an aHvolunteer ry force In gave responsibility for ilan to a 15member ry commission with a pe of early November He lold the panel not to drafttype standby ery for use in the event jitional emergency said the commission I Thomas S Gates Jr secretary of defense develop a comprehen plan for eliminating S Iption and moving toward j volunteer armed force1 pral L a u r i s Nnrstadt States Air Force re nd the board chairman iief executive officer of lCorning Fiberglas Cor pn will serve as a niem the commission I Transition Made varned the transition made cautiously and Itinued On Page Two Mutual Admiration Society Could be a mutual admiration party underway here with Mrs StanleyOcker and her Hes TOPS newsboy Victor Karycki III both of Mount Unionexchangingsmiles congregations Appropriately several church es will conduct the Sacrament o Baptism and welcome members during the Easier sea son Several community group and church choirs have ar ranged special musical presen talions for this occasion A summary of several ser vices in the area follows Warriors Mark Unifed Mcthodis The Sacrament of Holy Com munion will be celebrated in th Warriors Mark United Metho dist Church on Thursday eve ning April 3 beginning at oclock On Good Friday aset vice will take place in the church from 2 to 3 pm The Rev Glenn Earner pas tor will use as his sermon Iheme for the Friday service The Impact of the Cross On Easter Sunday a sunris service is slated for am under the direction of the youtl of the church A pancaki breakfast for all those in atten dance will follow This even is sponsored by Boy Scout Troop No 104 Continued On Page Fourteen April 2125 Chest XRay Tour Planned Mrs Evelyn T Walton ex ecutive secretary of the Hunt ingdon County Tuberculosis and Health Society has an nounced the spring tourof the mobile chest Xray unit in Huntingdon County The tour cusponsored by the county society and t h e Pennsylvania Department of Hciillh division of chronic respiratory diseases will take place from April 21 ihroiigh April 25 A complete schedule of ihc stops the mobile unit will make will be printed in a later is sue of The Daily News Mount Union Incident Is Aired More than 100 persons men women and children attended a public meeting in Mount Union last evening to discuss a distur bance that erupted last Fri day evening at the Shapiro The atfe District Attorney Newton C Taylor said today that basical ly it was a useful dialogue No final action was taken as a result of the meeting which on several occasions became loui and noisy orderly confusion Dismissal of one officer in volved in theMarch 21 hidden was demanded but Mayo Charles E Klingler announcer hat Sgt William Morgan th officer is now on sick leave ant at the conclusion of his leave hi will retire Mayor Klingler presided as the meeting opened at the vlunicipal Building He intro duced District Attorney Taylo who carried the ball during a Continued On Page Two DMZ Fight Costly To Both Sides SAIGON UPI American and South Vietnamese soldiers oday reported 275 Communists slain in battles below the Demilitarized Zone DMZ and on an approach to not without costly allied losses Pushing into the 34th day of heir nationwide offensive he uerrillas shelled at least 20 owns and military outposts overnight causing what milita spokesmen called lighl overall losses Among the major American lases hit were US 9th Infantry Division headquarters in the Mekong Delta a camp near Tay Ninh City northwest of Saigon and Army headquarters for th northern provinces in Phu Bai Major Developments The major developments wer two fierce ground clashes a least 300 miles apart US Marines behind dive bombers and tanks crashed ink a North Vietnamese base camn three miles south of the DM Thursday and in several hour of fighting killed 120 Commu nists front reports said The North Vietnamese defen ders with machine guns and antitank rockets implanted in bunker dugouts killed 14 of tH Leathernecks and wounded an On an Infiltration route 38 Continued On Page Fourteen They said I hat unless the Laotian and Cambodian prob ems are resolved the confer ence will not achieve lasting peace in Southeast Asia The first hint the two neighboring countries of Viet nam would become an issue in he currenttalks came Thurs day when both the United Stales and South Vietnam accuser North Vietnam of infiltrating troops into Laos and Cambodia Price Of Peace Pham Dang Lam the chief South Vietnamese negotiator went so far as to say that the mce of a peace settlemen ncludcd the withdrawal of al Vorth Vietnamese regular ant subversive forces from Laos and Cambodia as well as from Continued On Page Five Hearing In Reed Case Is Continued A hearing involving a larcen charge filed against Samuel Le Reed 20 of Volant RD 3 Lawrence County was cnnfin ued until a later date yesterda afternoon when one witness fax fed to appear as ordered Reed was arrested Tucsria morning and charged with mur der in the death of 49yearol Wallace Robert Foster altenc ant at a Waterstreet allnigl service station The young man also face charges of robbery and burg lary Foster was liil over the hea during a robbery at the gas sta tion last Jan 12 He was cri Continued On Page Five Former President Dies At 78 WASHINGTON Dwight D Eisenhow er the victoriousallied zommandei of World Var II who went on to e c o m e Americas President in peacetime iied at pm EST ie was 7R The famed general of the Army who served two terms in Jie While House as the nations 34th President succumbed at Walter Reed Army Medical Denier Death ended a long and aliant battle Eisenhower had vaged against illness dating back to his first heart attack in 955 late during his first term Ie had been in Walter Reed almost one year with a string of our heart attacks surgery and pneumonia in February and congestive heart failure in March The announcement saidEisen lowers passing was peaceful and he experienced no dis tress Mrs Eisenhower and the former Presidents immediate amily were nearby whenhe died the hospital said President Nixon was on way from the White Houseto Walter Reed when the an nouncement was made Maj Gen Frederic Hughes lospiial commarider made he death announcement said the general succumbed a long and heroic struggle against overwhelming illness Hughes said that other members of Eisenhowers fami ly along with President Nixon and the nations other two living exPresidents HarryS Truman and Lyndon B Johnson were immediately notified of his death Detour At Bridge Set For April 7 District Highways Engineer Thomas Colantino announced to day that a twomonth detour will be established on Route 26 in the vicinity of the new Smith field Bridge effective Monday April 7 The temporary route is neces sary due to the construction pro ject on Route 2fi where the Mil ler and Greenland Road Con struction Company is building a new bridge over the Juniata River and replacing 029 of a mile of Route 26 The present bridge over the Juniata will be closed when the detour becomes effective Colontino noted that the de tour is effective from the inter section of Route 22 and Route 2fi to the intersection of Route 26 and a state highway located Continued On Page Two THE WEATHER Mostly sunny today but cloudiness increasing by late afternoon Warmer with high temperatures in the 40s today Increasing cloudi ness and not as cold tonight Low in he 30s Saturday cloudy windy and turning colder with occasional light inow or snow flurries Fall ing temperatures Saturday Outlook for Sunday windy and cold with snow flurries likely i Murder Suspect At Hearing Twentyyearold Samuel Lee Reed being held in Huntingdon County Jail for the fatal beating of Wallace R Foster 49 Water street service station attendant is pictured as he left a hearing yesterday at Arden heira accompanied by Slate Trooper Dana Weller Reed of Volant R D 3 Lawrence County was arrested Tuesday and charged with murder robbery burglary and larceny A Huntingdon nativehe is a machine oper ator by trade   

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