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   Daily News (Newspaper) - March 31, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                CLASSIFIED ADS DIAL MISS CLASSIFIED 6434040 or 5424641 THE DAILY State Libra 17126 VOL 48 NINE CENTS PEK COT HUNTINGDON AiVD MOUNT UNION PA MONDAY MARCH 31 1969 Phone 6434040 NO 51 World Says Farewell To Ike Golden Anniversary Cake Is Cut Four persons participated in the culling I of the Anniversary cake on Saturday night at the Huntingdon banquet marking the founding of the American Legion in 1919 iPictured left lo right Chester S Peterson Huntingdon 18th District Legion commander Seasofi old Spell hills US Gen W A Morgan Altoona main speaker Mrs Beatrice Cassidy Huntingdon Legion Auxiliary commander Charles Launtz Frank P Hommon Post 24 Huntingdon commander Of Organisation In 1919 Marked General Speaks At Legion Event Ignore Agreement Saigon Is Shelled By Reds Simple Funeral Held For Leader In Washington WASHINGTON UPI It was the day for SAIGON1 farewell to the and gentle and msis sneled Saigon and opened iip fire on a US plane from thefkllia man calleci demilitarized zone iDMZ in The funeral of Dwighl weekend violations of ihe so Eisenhower most universally Aixons Eulogy called understanding that halted liked American President ofi the bombing of North century was in keeping military spokesmen said his own wish for a simple A year aco fodav thenirclifiolls expressing President Lyndon B Johnsonconfident faith in the everfast announced a partial halt in the111 nlercv ot God bombing of North Vietnam On The ritual called for no1 Nov l all the hombine stopped Eulogy no military pageantry with the understanding the NO worldly pomp But the I Communists would spare South congregation assembled in Vietnams major cities fromWashington National Cathedral attack and stav out of ihe DMZibore witness to Eisenhower Puzzled Bv Hatred WASHINGTON Eiseiihoweis President Nixon UP1 said in As his Thov havp rimiP 1Pithprl illustrious place in hislorv as moving eulogy in the hushed according to US heado m the general who led the allies to i Capitol Rotunda Sunday after accorcnngro LS neadquaiteis in World War II and asnoon some of Dwght D Just befoe midnight Presidcnt who Elsenhowers last thoughts Korean o7 SK re i former Pps occasiona Iv will emotion Nix tormet l es th hon he Lvndon B Johnson a0 P6 man tiom ne s j V district me ihird m he Saigon River one Irirt nationwide offensive now in its B borne With Deepest Respect Residents in this area joined with other Americans In paying final respect to the beloved expresident Dwight D Eisenhower This Daily News photo of Flagpole Hill tells the storv simply 37th day Military spokesmen bptocopal Cdthedral said they shelled 15 other townsiPm and camps overnight generally light losses Causing on was incaoable of it himself He f halfhoucould neCer quite understand il WlU iProtestant funeral service Eisenhowers body had reposed Far to the north Buernlla stale for neari 24 hours m gunners inside ihe border DMZ Capitol opened up on a US spotter Continued On Page Six The Golden Anniversarv of the founding ot late season coid spell rviinued east oi me Rockies w AUsntic coast today as lly weather spread from a Arctic air mass over the The American Legion was observed by Hunting dons Frank P Hommon Post No 24 at an out standing banquet last Saturday evening More and guests attended the af freezin temperatures alent in the Arctic zero degree readings wereithan 165 members ion in Minnesota upper igan Wisconsin and the Tiro Services tern Dakoias scattering of precipitation tnded with the cold air with flurries across the Great to the central Appaia i and spotty rain or r actvity across the Gulf to the plains where some precipitation in the Pacific Northwest a cold front pressed d accompanied by rain or gins With 5 Passover Eve Gen W A Morgan of Al toona U S Army retired the 1 imain speaker prsised The J H1GAmerican Legion for excellent programs thai have caused it to a recognized factor in the American way of life j Speaking for the more than million Legion members Gen Morgan expressed the THE WEATHER Variable cloudiness and cold today highs in upper 20s to mid 30s Tonight clear and cold lows in the teens Increasing cloudi ness snd warmer Tuesday hiphs upper 30s to mid 4Ds Outlook for Wednesday mostly cloudy with a chance of showers There last Sunday afternoon President Nixon eulogized him as a good and gentle and kind who hated no one and jwas hated by no one j He personified the best in jAmerica said Nixon who iserved under Eisenhower as I vice president from 1953 to 1961 was the character of the man not what he did but what jhe that so capliired the I trust and affection of his own j people and the people of the I Continued On Page Six The last lime I saw him last week at Walter Reed Hospital that was what he talked about He was puzzled by Continued On Page Six Stmbury Man Found Not Guilty Funeral Train On C O Tracks WASHINGTON UPI Ky Addyston and ninecar threeengine train will Sayer Park Ohio and Law cany Dwight David Eisenhower on his last journey The Chesapeake Ohio train leaves Washingtons Union Slaand lion at and renceburg Ind The said the train would arrive in Cincinnati between 9 Tuesday jor servicing before For Viet Cong Ansicer Offer Of Secret Parley Is Open ence clear skies were in thfi remainder the Hebrews from lhe SUNBURY Pa UPH rhejcaiw the body of the nations question of who set the fire34th President his family and which killed seven Bordner chili friends across country to the dren on Nov 20 1965 remains Kansas plains unsolved today following the acl The train was to arrive in quittal of Harold Bordner 20j Abilene Kans Tuesday night who was cleared of all charges in the deaths A jury of six men and six at about 10oclock about 10 oclock At the familys request the women ended the twoweek tri route was not disclosed official al Saturday night when they reiy turned from three and a half however said the swi Idling tracks Abilene Is Uniquely Ikes Town ABILENE Kan world passed by just beyond the in One of the oldest stories thst rhe nexL vears WIli De in harmony and e among the nations of the He then added let us m of the Egvotians As ihe sun sets aive the splendid spirit of ators said todav thev were still readv to the Legion and us Auxiliarv so r that we may remain a potent secret talks with the Viet Cong to try to end thejenng force for the good of our naiVietnam War despite outspoken Communist linn i r i re i i ihe was placed in the er i enunciation of such an offer last week jberland County jail where the world will usher rin the observance oi the Passov eratures hela sway over far Southwest including i Nisan 15 in rne Jewisn year PARIS UPI South Vietnamese negoti hours of deliberation with thejfunera would use enc verdict which brought applause hjacks as far as Cincinnati Highway 70 the from the packed NorthumberOhio and Baltimore t Ohioanc hurry along wi hllzz land County Courthouse Bordner spent the first after the fire recovjievug burns at the Sunburvl Davton include Newport forma eanwhiie Lhe coldest Passover eve will maugu rondnued On Page Sis impressive service South Vietnamese delegation an day not consider the denuncation lauding Room At County I land Concert I was room only the bitterness of slavenandj the challenge of liberty thaij i emancipation from that slavery Jews o Reformed Jew iish faith will celebrate a i day Holiday j At Agudath Achim STiagoguej iin Huntingdon the congregation vuill observe the holiday with raght at ert whfch linsdon County the public Pasoover riles at services begini Additional Sponsors Are Needed 13 Are Killed On Stale Roads Thirteen persons were killed al rejection A Viet Cong negotiator had assailed thei proposal as a crafty trick acddent3 French diplomats saw the jn Pennsylvania according to a new Saigon declaration ofsurvey by United Press Inter readiness to enter secret talks national as a sort of renewal ofj President Nguyen Van Thieus offer for such talks Thieu hadurday Three of the victims died Sat itmained for the next three years After hearing the verdict he Continued On Page Six Body Of Child Found iYear There on cars Baltimore t ohioana trucjcs nurry along with an Ind bound for far places like Denver and Topeka land Kansas City Here inside a secure wrap ping of surrounding slopes of brown Kansas ear ill and new green patches of winter wheat lies everybodys hometown When the man from Abilene Dwight D Eisenhower comes County In Mourning From the Wagon Cafe S ALTOONA Pa UPI Searchers have found the body collision of0f Raymond Tipton 7 of Lake the world in mourning the death j of Gen Dwight David former president of the US Flags throughout the area are reach journeys endi to the honor on m here his leader nd fojg mnihor Trfa said the DossibilUv of the lalksitwo aulos on Route 18north ofimonl Blair County who Todays session of buried the town Ike climaxed the mg at pm on Wednesday Over half the Coal of at 6nd thejConneautvile in Crawforddrowned in a sepUc tank near Bounty Co u r t was cancelledroamed as a boy s still tv Band Fesriand Thursday April 3 and ijhas been reached by the Hunt i County They were Donaldms HI VnJI Irc3l KJ i COJ jt u liiiu T 1C p v StTOOl Southern Huntinedon Fresiden of the congregationingdon American Field Senice Some Vietnamese offistorms 38 Springboro RD 21 Searchers Sunday found Ihe School Bernard Schmitt will 53 chapter in iis solicitation of Clals fe Harry Nelson 53 and his body ot the child who had been inu r anornlls ta Lc lattA in irnnnn clnfo XaJnrnav affor rOSt Judge R Merle Heffner said thejuniquely his Searchers Sunday found the weeklv session win convene oni They feel close to Ike one q hundred and fifty perreligious leader in the absence of International Student Sponsors I packed the auditorium for Joseph for the 196970 year prosram by 125 of the ritual surrounding Brandau Ljmentalists from the counithe Jewish observance o lhal w couples four high schools John C Passover is accumulated in individuals have contributed 1 director of music in AlKaggadah specifically in the as o lBrcn K public schools was haggadah Shel Pesah which setii Thfe P615005 are designated his praise for the caliiforih rites for Passover eve Continued On Page Six guerrilla talks would lead to Continued On Page Six the musicians and their Jplary attitude Montis appreciative re to the youthful musii was mutual They were and manner and directorial according to host dii Verino Dandrea The Al received a spontaneous WHUN Will Have Special Easier Show rartfelt standing ovation pnr u0 For the eghtn pre the final number on program The Stars and sors and will be feted at a party on April 23 at the home of Dr and Ronald Cherry Huntingdon Patricio Serrano Campos AFSer from Chile at Huntingdon Area High School will be guest of honor at the af fair and speak to the group The Brandaus both former consecutive Summer Abroad program 1 L e participants when they were in have submitted the International Stu Cominued On Page Six be President Eisenhower April I on the Lets 3lk It Over show Mrs Joyce Del of Mapleton originated the program at the request of the host Jo McMeen Pickup Truck Stolen tliroilsh lhe years she hasi A 1957 thp there fnr pnrhi A Cherrylown Residents ISIDE THE NEWS conceived the theme for eaun show developed it into a musi or he assist her Landers id Ads Jwiord Puzzle sries ylAnd ugh These Doors Mvania Story 1 9 11 Z 8 Chevrolet pickup n color was stolen ca entity and arranged for Sunday from in vocalists who assist her jfuront i This year the theme will be Bnndle in Chenytown 3 Immortal Story of the AltPnR DailyEvents of Jesus Life parkedtad ling Holy Week and the soprano jacentto Route 26at the Ijngj isoloist willagain be Mrs Eveof he thefUThe keys were irv again yn Anderson Mrs Dell will do tnenarratioTi as well as play the program was taped 7 jat heVhorrie witfiftie assistance of her jtiusband Vernoa DelL vehicle atthe StatePoUbe but no a j wife Verna RD 1 47 of Linesville missing since Saturday after noon Given To Family Ot Union r f The BronzeStar Medal for meritorious tseryice Heart and lhe Good awarded posthumously the president of United First Class Donald Jj Drake The presentation made the Department of to R Drake wife H deceased ai soldier sistaht professjor of Science atj ceremonx Also PFC Drakes Drake of Mount Union Post offices in the area josed along with all federal ices irian said of the people here was always so proud to bi from Abilene Its a feeling that he really Huntingdon County courthousemeant it said Mayor Delton jffices are closed with the exB Hadel when he used to eption of the Huntingdon Coun y Registration Commission of ice Today is the deadline for to vote at the May 10 election and despite Gov ihafers Day of Mourning proc amation the office must remain Continued On Page Two Continued On Page Two Library To Close The Huntingdon County Li brary and Mount Union Branch will be closed on Good Friday April 4 Bronze Star Medal Is Awarded f By direction oi the President of the United States the Bronze Star Medalfor meritorious serv ce thePiirple Heart and the Good Conduct Medal w e r e awarded posthumously to Pri vate First Donald J Drake of Mount Union The pre Mentation was made on Sgtur of he Depart Tu Mrs VFW Infanliy 25th InJantry The citation read By direction of the Presi dent the Bronze Star Medal is presented posthumously to vate First Class Drake for diKlirtguishmghrrnV self by outStaiTding meritorious service A in connection with gromdopefationsagainstJa hos forcer inlh Republic of Vietnamdiipjrig period July 5968 while of Company D 4th Battalion 9tfa Continued On   

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