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   Daily News (Newspaper) - April 3, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                CLASSIFIED ADS DIAL MISS CLASSIFIED 6434O4O or 5424641 Education Bui Pa THE DAILY NEWS VOL 48 NINE PEK COPf HUNTINGDON AND MOUNT UNION PA THURSDAY APRILS 1969 Phone 6434O40 NO 54 Greif Plants Growth Depends On Labor Survey Officials at the L Greif and Brother plant at Mount Union are considering expansion but in tend to first conduct a survey of the labor mar ket in the area to see if their planned expansion Two Allied Outposts Attacked SAIGOX and North is viable The announcement was made On Midetul Big Four Talks In Progress UNITED NATIONS US working paper aimed at settling the 21yearold Middle East crisis provided ambassa dors with their opening topic today in Big Four talks to try to bring peace between Arab and Jew French Ambassador Armarid Berard summoned US Ambas today by Eugene Frankhouser general manager of the Mount Union Manufacturing Company i r uci ni u uo or proposed plans for expansion sador chares w of the plant The expansion of the firm wil depend entirely on the outcome Viet Cong of the labor survey to be con Vietnamese troops ducted in the area The form attacked two allied outposts on will appear in The DaDy News corridors to Saigon today and shelled US Army headquarters the week of April 7 If the survey results prove Ambassador Yakob Malik and British Ambassador Lord Cara don to luncheon at his Park Avenue apartment The French Mission asked New York police for routine security forces The United States had long insisted on trying to avoid a conference atmosphere in the talks and sought to keep them Mutual Withdrawal Plan Is Offered Reds By U S Egyptians Ready To Fire First CAIRO for ces had orders today to shoot at Israeli troops they spot along the Suez Canal the government announced The new firefirst policy reflected Egypts ability to Writ Oj Habeas Corpus To Be Filed spokesman Hassan elZayat on the capitals northern favorable employment at the doorstep military spokesmen plant will reach between 1200 I j v 1 t I vtlintl 111VI 117 tllV111 Mld land 1400 persons Presently thejas simple as possible The intensity of nationwidecompany has approximately 7001 Aithniitrh the Frpnrh an Presldent Gamal Vbdel Nas mortar and rocket barrages intojemploves nounced the talks to the Frenchiser issued the neworders to hlf cities and military camps fell The Mount Union in Paris off according to preliminaryjng Company is one of the plants unifnri SlaiPS Britain anri SundarV bald He Reeds Release Is Being Sought Attorney William J Myers was poised today to petition Judge R Merle Heffner for the im mediate release from jail of Sam lie 1 Lee Reed retaliate violently iii the face 20 the Lawrence County man charged with the of Israeli attacks government fatal beating of Wallace R Foster Walerstreel reports Ten salvos fewest overnight in two weeks South Vietnamese paratroo plants Grief and Brother Plans for the proposed expan sion were discussed at a lunch eon meeting held at the Red pers guarding the two outposts Hen Restaurant More details that came under attack in Tayjconcerning etc be Ninh Province along the the tabulation dian border reported turning of iabor back botn assaults killing at least 10 guerrillas Behind steady mortar United States Britain and the Soviets maintained a secrecy on the meetings even in the quoted Nasser illUU 1 CV Vli t i seldom equalled The Ume iassed waen United Nations we disciplined any of our where quiet diplomacy is theisoldiers who sfw the enera and opened fire because we were rule The Big Four talks were proposed tJV France in January seryice bom bardments the Reds swarmed jand President Nixons adminis Those present for the session itration accepted the ideas Help Needed By Wednesday Fire Victims Huntingdon Chapter of the American Red Cross made a not ready then for complicajplea today for clothing for vic tims of a fire yesterday at Mc included Walter Keller person nel supervisor for L Greif and Brother Eugene Frankhouser ne Follr nad conferred out of the jungle against manager Or diaries fcwo camps each manned by aj WOman South Vietnamese batj tation near Tay Ninh City 50 miles northwest of Saigon At one camp 11 miles iouthwest of Tay Ninh City US dive bombers and artillery bombarded the charging Com munists and blunted the attack killing 10 Reds South Vietna mese tosses were one killed 13 wounded In the second attack ninei miles southeast of Tay Ninh1 tions Now the picture is different We discipline the soldier who sees the enemy and does not ooen fire conditionally in February Sincef then various combinations ofl The announcement was the that Egyptian troops were n n Page Three Classic Courtroom Duel Opens ANGELES issues leading up to actual supposed lo instigate incidents along the canal ceasefire line talks The United States had weeks ago circulated a working paper with suggestions toward peace in the Middle East but ordered its spokesmen to deny knowledge of it The points of Israel has repeatedly charged the Arabs with just such a policy The semiofficial Cairo news paper Al Ahram reported today four major Arab guerrilla groups have formed a unified the US proposal included wouid keep all ofcommand to coordinate Jerusalem but give Jordan a action against Israel voice in economic and social problems affecting the three faith holv citv their LOS ia5 a The shrewd commonsense atj most of the territory it seized in classic courtroom duehj would pull out of f v utii u iinivsii uinjv at IIKIOL 111C Id I 11 OCliCU ti I there were no reports of wd he pedantic profesjthe june 510 1967 war with Communist or South o psychiatry frontiers lo be guarded niEse los 1 Dr Seymour Pollack had zones wou American Bpi oompersjbeen tne most ranged over Tay Ninh Province jfor the prosecutjon His testimo during the night and droppedm would carrv the most wejght than 500000 pounds of The command includes the powerful AlFauvh organization jthe Popular Liberation Front the Thunderbolt or Syrian backed ElSaiqa and lhe Demo cratic Popular Front Al Ahram reported from Amman Jordan Id I It said the organization would be established along frontiers to call itself the Command for Continued On Page Three Cdnfitiued On Page Thieel station attendant The request for a writ of hab eas corpus was scheduled to be presented in Huntingdon Countj Court today Attorney Myers strenuous objected yesterday afternoon when District Attorney Newt or C Taylor asked for a continu ance of a preliminary hearing in the case in w h i c h Reed is charged with murder robber and burglary Reeds attorney contend ed that no hint of a prima facie murder case was presented Uie Commonwealth during two hour hearing yesterday beta Juslice of the Peace Mary Lighl ner of Ardenheim Reed a for mer Huntingdon resident wa living at Volant RD 3 Lav rence County when he was ar rested March 18 The magistrate granted a con tinuance of the hearing and it tentatively scheduled for nex Wednesday April 9 at p Connellstown Fire destroyed the Harry Swope home yesterday where Mr Swope Maxine Dick and her fivesons resided In addition to clothes there is a need for two complete doubl beds two complete bunk beds and bedding Sizes are as follows for Har ry Swope size 40 trousers 16 shirt 40 underclothes and 11 socks For Maxine Dick 222 dress 40C bra 40 slip size ten pan lies and 9C shoes For Maxines sons the sizes are as follows Frank size 12 John size 10 David size 8 Harry size 5 and Randy size 2 Persons having items to do nate should contact Uie Hunting don Chaptersjf the American RedCross320 Vi Panri Street Continued On Page Three Nation Enjoys Fair And Mild Weather mere than boouw pounas oiin deciding whelher Sirhan B bombs onto infiltration routes iSjrnan js sentenceti to the gas Lmolional Courage fades After Knnal leading through the jungledcharnber province from Cambodia toward p0nack and chief defense counsel Grant Cooper are friends They have lectured jointly on the law and psychiatry But now they were at swords points and Cooper was trying to break Pollacks simplification thai Sirhan killed Sen Robert F Kennedy be cause he hated him Fair and mild weather Mentally II prevailed across the nation had said confidently today although there yes girhan was mentally j tome traces of precipitation ijn had the mental capacity m A hearing that started 1 a s Thureday in the case was con linued until yesterday and a sin gle witness was heard at a spe cial hearing on Tuesday after Scattered rain or showers ell lo prernedidate and plan the from the Montana of Kennedy and was country to California and from irvjng lo escape afterwards Captain Jack Egg Hniit To Ou Sunday The annual Captain Jack Li noon Takes 5th Amendment District Attorney Taylor re quested the continuance yestet day after Richard McDermot 31 of 530 Penn Street Hunting don took the Fifth Amendmer snd refused to testify on tli ground that he might incrim nate himself Noting that murder is not a bailable offense Attorney My ers contended at the h ea r i n g that his client should not be rTTV held in Huntingdon Counlv Jail ABILLNE Kan UPI Minutes alter they unless the Commonwealth has Most Difficult Phase Of Mourning Facing Mamie o o Succeeds Young ROBERT C WEYL Hospital Controller Post Filled Fortysix year old Robert C Weyl of Kenmore New Yor has assumed the duties of con roller at J C Blair Me morial Hospital Huntingdo succeeding Harold Young the post Weyl began Tuesday April 1 North Viet Raps Nixon Policies PARIS The Jnited States said today here can be no lasting 5eace in Southeast Asia antil North Vietnam withdraws its forces from Cambodia and Laos as well as South Vietnam It offered a mutual withdrawal of roops from South Viet nam The Communists countered with charges if was the United States which committed aggres the MidAtlantic Coast to the phen Cooper 6fi years oldons Club Easter Egg Hunt will 23 Others Freed Southern Plains However rainiTuestjaVi went on tne offensivebe held on Sunday afternoon laid Dwight D Eisenhower to rest in the stony dignity of his Place of Meditation prairie disc jockeys back playing the top forty records and Abilene police were broadcasting helpful hints to motorists on how to get out of town Down in the railroad yards fall was at a minimum Hadnt Pollack sent a conMill Creek The hunt will bel lau aa ndQu I SCIIL rf tvminm lilt Hum will IJtf I Cold air which was prevalent fidentjal report on Sirhan to thelstaged at Lions Park beginning In the North Central part of Angeles district attorney at 2 pm niAJAvi nation Was moving rapidly A1i aroa rhrfAran are itivitoH 4 T I 1 I Are Held By nation was moving rapidly Yes Ali area children are invited eastward across the Great Hadnt written that ifto attend the affair and join in Lakes and was being replaced he had more time ne search for the ofttimes elu by a warming trend under wouid turn up more severesive eggs Some of the finds southerly breezes signs 0 mental illness in win be specially marked for Temperatures early lodaysirnan j izes o awarded fonowjng hovered near the 0degree Yes f he had had 250 hours jthe festivities mark in the Florida peninsula wjth Sjrnarl instead of 25 he and from the Texas Gulf Coast to Southern California j April showers fell from Arkansas to New England Wednesday ahead of a coldi front that brought a return of unseasonably cool weather to WASHINGTON UPI Mil the Midwest on S Eisenhower 69 unable lo attend his brothers burial Wednesday remained in satis factory condition in Walter Continued On Page Three Ikes Brother Listed As Satisfactory 51 Killed In Crackup Red China HONG KONG Theciub has sponsored me evmunist China today freed 13 ent for the past several years it seized on yachts off sufficient evidence to warrant such action Hit Twice On Head Dr Robert J Hartsock asso ciate pathologist at the Cone maugh Valley Memorial Hospit al at Johnstown testified on at the hospital on the hil Richard E Cummings chie hospital administrator an nounced today The new controller is mar ried and the father of three children Both he and his wifej are former residents of Ebens burg where Weyl received his early education at the Ebens burgCambria High SchSoli He received his undergradu ate education at the University of Buffalo majoring in ac counting business manage ment and business law and has had experience in both indus trial and cwnmercial business enterprises Coming to Blair Hospital Tom the Kenmore Mercy Hos pital at Kenmore NY which IB served from 1966 to March 11 1969 he has had twenty years experience in account ing business management and related functions He has been associated will Columbus McKinnon Corpora sion in all three countries and said the Nixon administration was trying to mislead the American public by making them believe there has been progress in the Paris peace talks The Paris conference on Vietnam has so far made no progress at all Viet Cong chief negotiator Trail Buu Kiem told the 1lth session Deceiving Americans He said optimistic American reports of secret talks while putting forward other conditions expose their deceitful and istubborn nature The American position was set forth by Lawrence E Walsh heading the US team in he absence of Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge who is in Washington for consultations Walsh is Lodges deputy The people of South Vietnam Continued On Page Two an emotionally depleted widow Monday afternoon that Foster sal disconsolate and almost Continued On Page Two unpcrceiving j This was Ihe brulal part ofl mourning for Mamie Eiseiihowj the emotional courage Ann Landers 6 faded and she was lefi to thej Classified Ms r13 INSIDE THE NEWS more each Easter This years crowd should be one of the largest and the Lions are gearing for an all out effort stark the rest of the world went on after having been stiller for a few moments for a man President Nixon called an authentic hero The Eisenhower burial Wed iW i tiy uut i i c i Americans who had been with nesday was a model of mlhtarr them for further interrogation An American woman an American girl and two girls who Continued On Page Three Comics 11 Crossword Puzzle 13 News Of Yesteryear 6 Obituaries 2 Our Readers Write 9 Pennsylvania Story12 Society And Club News 8 Sports 4 Sunday School Lesson 14 Fire Loss Is Fire Chief Robert Young to day boosted his estimate of the loss in a fire which destroyed one McConnellstown dwelling yesterday and damaged another Youngs first estimate of 000 has been increased to The one house a frame struc ture occupied by Harry Swope Maxine Dick and her five chil dren is listed as a total loss tion as chief accountant sysDamage to the property was set terns and procedures analyst ft loss to the con with W A Case and Sons tents being manufacturing company asj Tne other property a frame general accounting supervisor Dwelling tenanted by Mrs Reba and with Buffalo Steel 62 was accounting Contents in one bed room were damaged 5500 when the fire burned through the side tion as an visor Weyl Is a member of Uie h Hospital Financial Managej The Uw are owned by ment Association and holds aJGeorge Dieh of personal membership in the js some jnsurance cm the American Hospital Association buildings but none on the con His employment at J C Blairjienis Memorial Hospital fills a Fjre chief Young said the cancy created by the resignacause Of the fire is still under tion of Harold Young on De cember 31 1968 Weyl expects to bring his family to Huntingdon sometime during the month of June Children participating will be claim both Swedish and US grouped into different age were among the 13 lal gories and the difficulty of findjwho sailed into Hong Kong from 15intr an P will increase with thei46 days in Communist captivity Reed Army Medical Center The president emeritus of Johns Hopkins University was hospitalized for observation Soviet planeill shortly before the funeral of WARSAW built Polish airlines crashed Wednesday afternoon j former President Dwight near Cracow killing all 51 Eisenhower Monday persons aboard in Polands worst aviation disaster since Vorld War II the Polish news agency Pap said The report said the twin propeller aircraft was carrying 46 passengers and five crewmer en a flight from Warsaw to Cracow It had left Warsaw at 320 pm and was due to landf at pm Pap said There5 was no ing an egg will increase with thei older participants Club President Robert A Whitsel announced that Uie Lions will meet on Friday April 4 7 pm at Ihe Lions Park Building after he complained of feelingjto color eggs for the affair He ti ur iu L 0 urgetj a turnout of mem D hers to help with the coloring and egg hunt Winners Announced In Easter Coloring Event A record number of entered the 1969 young Easter sponsored by Polish airlines AN2S E airliners j u that are made in the noumed today They Lnion 10 Huntingdon area business firms and The Daily News Fourteen winners two in each of seven age groups were an with checks being placed Pap said the chief commisln the mail today Eichefberger Box 27 Hope well R D 1 first Ben Shuler 2211 Cassady Avenue Hunting don second Age 6 Thomas Kelly Hess ton R D 1 first Ellen Div ins 507 Mifflin Street Hunting sion for the investigation of air accidents was dispatched to the scene of the crash It quoted police and doctors at the scene as saying there were no Survivors Pap said the plane crashed frur miles from Podpolice village in the Cracow vicinity Continued On Three Judges report 651 entries in the annual coloring contest As usual the boys and girls turned in excellent work and the de cisions as to the winning entries were difficult to make The first place winner in each age group received 52 while the second place award is 1 Here are the winners Age 5 and under Sheila don second Age 7 Keith Wible Three Springs R D 1 first Cynde Margritz Huntingdon R D 2 second Age 8 Danny Smith Box 137 Mapleton Depot first Debbie Myers Spruce Creek second Age 9 Bonita Shinn Maple ton Depot R D first Kath Continued On Three All were in good health and said they were treated well They returned aboard two of he three yachts that were en route from Hong Kong to Macao a Portugese colony on he mainland when Chinese unboats forced them ashore eb 16 Still In Custody The returnees said Simeon Baldwin of Laguna Beach Calif and Miss Bessie Hope Donald of Bristol Va still were in custody for what the Chinese told them would be further interrogation Christian von Sydow Swedish yachtsman in the group said it would be but a matter of time before the 2hinese release Baldwin and Miss Donald One of the 13 HectorH Ross of Hong Kong said Baldwin had compounded his difficulties by throwing his passport into the sea and trying to hide the fact he was an American Tne two freed Americans were Carol Pauline Zinky 10 Ross1stepdaughter of Colorado Springs Colo and Von Sydows wife Joan a native of Spokane Wash The girls claiming both Swedish and American citizen Continued On Page Three Plan To Blow Up S Manhattan Stores Elaborate Black Panther Plot Foiled By Police Continued On Page Two Transplant Patient Dies Of Pneumonia Cut In Mine Disaster Death Toll Eyed WASHINGTON UPI Eric A Walker president of the Na tional Academy of Engineering says the academy will under take a oneyear study of ways to cut down on the death toll in mining disasters Walker who also is president of Pennsylvania State Univer sity said the study will focus on ways to improve rescue techniques and to keep miners alive while they are Crapped underground The study will be financed by the US Bureau of Mines It will be conducted by the academys newly formed Com mittee on Mining Rescue and Survival Techniques headed by Walter R Hibbard Jr a vice president of Owens Corning Fiberglas Corp and a former Bureau of director NEW YORK UPI elaborate Black Panther plot to set off bombs in five mid town Manhattan stores today and to carry out a number of other coordinated acts of violence aimed at destroying the power the white community Dist Ally Frank S announcing details of the plot assassinate policeof icers by TORRANCE Calif Richard Charles Newell South ern Californias first heart transplant patient died Wednes day night of pneumonia Newell 58 a grocer from Oxnard was readmitted to Harbor General Hospital suffer Police havefoiled anjing from a serious lung infection Wednesday afternoon He received the heart of a 23 yearold mother six weeks ago during an eighthour operation Wednesday said 21 persons including two women have been indicted Twelve were arrested Wednesday two already were in jail in Newark NJ facing robbery charges and the other seven were still at large Hogan said bombs were to be set off today in Macys Bloomingdales E J Korvette Alexanders and Abcrcrombie Fitch in areas of the huge department stores where paints dry goods and other flammable materials are stored The bombs would have gone off at the height of the Easter shopping crush In addition the district attorney said those Indicted who belong to Ihe militant Negro Black Panthers agreed Mmbs andguns and planned a number of other coordinated acts of violence He said the plot was a general plan to destroy elements of society which the defendants regarded as parf of the power structure Specifically Hogan said they planned to dynamite the tracks of the New Haven branch of the existence prior to the operation The donor had committed suicide and her heart was authorized for the transplant by ner husband an ambulance driver Newell had been staying at a motel near here on an outpatient basis at Harbor General and had made frequent short trips with his wife PennCentral Railroad at six points and to bomb the Morrisania Police Station in The Bronx as a diversionary action Snipers with high powered rifles were to be stationed at strategic positions where they could pick off police as they fled the bombed station house The 12 persons arrested pleaded innoconf at the arraign ment and bail was set at Continued On Page Three r THE WEATHER Mostly cloudy this morn Ing becoming sunny this af ternoon High temperature upper Ms and lower Fair and cool tonight with lows in the 30s Friday clon dy and a little warmer with rain developing High in the 50s Cloudy with showers and turning cooler Satur day   

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