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   Daily News (Newspaper) - April 4, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                CLASSIFIED DIAL MISS CLASSIFIED 6434O4O or 5424641 VOL 48 NINE CENTI COPT State Library eation Building rp Pa 1 HUNTINGDON AND MOUNT UNION PA FRIDAY APRIL 4 1969 Combat Loaded Dawn Services Will Highlight Easter In Area Easter dawn will be highlighted by many sunrise services in area churches Some will be united efforts on the part of congregations while other churches have planned separate services dead for Easter morning A listing of some of these programs follows T Beech Run i Church of the Brethren Special services are planned for the observanceof Easter al the Beech Run Church of the Brethren There will be a sun rise service at am fol lowed by breakfast in the Beech Run Community Building Sunday School will convene at am under the leadership of Richard Hamilton super intendent The pastor the Rev T F Henry will speak at the am service on the sub ject the Meaning of Easter There will also be an evening service at oclock with spe cial features including a mes sage by Pastor Heniy McConncllstown United Methodist Easter observance in the Mc Connellaown United Methodist Church will begin with the annu al community Easter dawn ser vice at am The pastor the flev Frederic Moore will be as sisted in the service by the fol lowing persons Miss Marcia Johns who will preside Rick Lewis who will read Scripture Miss Jodi Sta Conlinued On Page Two Changes Made In JV School Census Roster Two changes in the Juniata Valley School District roster of census enumerators have been announced by Oscar C Bark man supervising principal The changes were made in Alexandria Borough where Mrs Blanche Siine wiW be taking census and in West Township Where the census enumerator will be Mrs Ethel Hughes Mrs Stine replaces Ted CulJi nan and Mrs Hughes Mrs El eanor Isenberg Pleas Are Heard Busy Court Session Is Conducted Two defendants pleaded guilty to five charges during a busy session of Huntingdon County Court yesterday Judge R Merle Heffner presided and im posed sentences Court was originally scheduled to be held Monday but was de layed until yesterday due to Gen Dwight David Eisenhow ers funeral in Washington District Attorney Newton C Taylor represented the Com monwealth while Raymond A Holland chief of Probation Ser vices represented his depart ment Faces Three Charges Phone 6434040 NO 55 24 Killed In Copter Accident SAIGON UPD1TS head quarters today reported 24 American and South Vietna and 53 injured in the worst helicopter crash of tlie Vietnam War The crash occurred Wednes day near the US Marines old Khe Sanh combal base in South Vietnams far northwest corner the announcement said Military spokesmen said the helicopter a OH47 Chinook jammed with combatready soldiers hit a tree and plummeted to the ground All but one of the dead were South Vietnamese There were four Americans among the wounded Designed to carry 33 men in Guardsmen Patrol Streets Of Chicagos Ghetto Area Commissioners Meet House Group Plans County Stream Tour County Commissioners Gordon W Haverstock James DiCosimo McCamant and F Greene wel and Henry Clerk Lewis corned Representative W Wil liam Wilt of Blair County Rep resentative Orville E Snare and County Planning Commissioner two rows of seats the 51footjFrancis Kemp at the regular long Chinook can be modified to meeting of the county commis carry dozens more in a combat situation It was combat during the crash tU Cll ff le rangements for a visit to Hunt ingdon and Blair Counties of the House Committee on Con servation and Natural Resourc es The visit is projected to take place within the next two months Continued On Page Five of the crash had not been determined but was under investigation The crash report was delayed until all the bodies and survivors had been recov ered Elsewhere allied Iroops re ported 95 guerrillas slain in five battles southwest of Saigon and US Marines near where the i helicopter crashed turned back David G Slagle 622 Seventh Street Huntingdon and 308 South National Springfield Mo pleaded guilty to tipsy driving and two charges of issuing worthless checks the Marine camp near The court was told that Slathe Laotian border behind a but a Communist ground at Lack before dawn today Military spokesmen said 130 Vietnamese soldiers gle has an alcohol problem mortar barrage were one in which he loses his judg1 thrown back in a fusillade of ment when drinking Slagle was arrested af mid night Feb 23 in Huntingdon for operating a motor vehicle while under the influence He was driving a 1968 Chevrolet at the lime and he ran several red lights rode the curbing and failed to stop on the signal of an officer Huntingdon Patrolman Robert Edmundson was the prosecutor Slagle was sentenced to pay the costs pay a fine of S250 Ui Huntingdon County and undergo imprisonment in the county jail for five days Since he has al ready been in jail four weeks Continued On Page Five Pope Upset By Ferment In Church VATICAN CITY Paul VI observed Good Friday r today with grief over what helpital was made in six Highway called the almost schismatic patrolman James Smith was a Hes TOPS As Daily Carrier Extra Service Gets Chris A paper in the hand is worth money in the pocket Continued On Page Five sioners yesterday The three guests met with the commissioners to discuss ar Stale College o Infant Home After Surgery PHILADELPHIA U P I Kevin Benson a fiveweekold infant born with his intestines outside his body was released from Childrens Hospital here Thursday after surgery correct ed the defect The child was whisked here for emergency surgery hours after he was born Feb 2S at Centre County Hospital in Belle fonte Accompanied by a doctor and a nurse the child was flown here for the 75 minute operation Police met the plane The usual 20mifiule trip to the hos Ronnie Makes Good Easter Deal Liltle Ronnie made a good deal in Hunt ingdon yesterday Mrs Nancy Kinzey of Saxton RD and her son Ronald Lee were in Huntingdon doing their Easier shopping Ronnie wanted some live peeps his own None was availableso he settled for two large colorful plush bunnies Seems that both Ronnie and his mother are pleased with the deal ferment within the Catholic Church Walter an engineering student at Pennsylvania State Univer for the The pontiffs rare references baby back said the infants to schism in the church came in mother Mrs Beverly Benson a sermon at a Holy Thursday Mass in the Basilica of St John in Lateran During the ceremonv also was Pope washed and kissed the return nome of hls son feet nf 12 Roman children re enacting Jesus gesture to his Disciples at the Last Supper Today the Pope was attending liturgical service at the Church of St Mary Major Part of the rite called for him to iwalk barefoot across Ihe floor Big Four Good Start UNITED NATIONS Ambassadors of the Big Four of State College Kevins fatherjnations today described as It rt T 5M r i 11 rJ M M i In 1 rynnrl i J tnl in Roman the wheel Its wonderful o have mv Jciycee Easier Egg Hunt Will Be Saturday Appreciation for that extra service given by to pray a Daily News carrier Chris Ross son of Mr andj Later he was participating in Mrs Charles Ross Jr of 1817 Penn Street wasa Way of the Cross service at expressed so well in a letter written by the rehe Colosseum in which he was were remmd ed today that the third annual Huntingdon Easter Egg Hunt cipient that Chris was named a Hes TOPS newsbov id i IUVU HO fito carry a light sixfoot 111 hed at 10 am Continued On Page Five Gpillemen I am a resident A Mapleton Depot RD 1 wonf Mapeton Depot man Mrs Russell C Rowe work at Juniala who works as a Girl Friday per is lo my More than 1000 eggs will be tused in the event which will take place in the Sherwood off to a good start their talks aimed at bringing peace to the Middle East They meet again Tuesday The United Nations ambassa dors of the United Stales Union Britain and France conferred twice Thurs day The ambassadors slraighta way entered into a discussion 01 matters of substance and hav stalled defining areas ol agreement a joint commu staged by the Hunlingdon Area ni9Ue statement also said things were off to a good start1 Reaffirm Support Completion of Reed Hearing Is Ordered Judge Galls For Speedy Action District Attorney Newton C Taylor was under orders from Judge R Merle Heffner today to proceed forthwith and complete the prelimi nary hearing by Tuesday involving Samuel Lee Reed 20 charged with the fatal beating of Wal lace R Foster 49yearold Waterstreet service Sirhaii Will Likely Get Life Term LOS ANGELES chances of Sirhan B jurlge Heffner waspetitioned going to the gas chamber af HJK an h station attendant Reed of Volant RD Law rence County was arrested last March 27 and charged with mur der burglary larceny and rob bery The charges were the af termath of an intensive investi gation of a holdup Jan 12 in which Foster was beaten over the head with a steel rod assistant to Harold toaugh vice president I A ss II lQjnOnin GitOn Of fir inn zi r JMtu n ic I LiIMJILoL h LUUn V I jji iii I ivivrnr fn crranf a uri iap na I fppp ram till1 afnnP Pnlloao Aua JJUJMUI CIIUIL ui uUfludr nfi j niyei 5t 10 grHiu a rl Ey Ann Landers B llabcas Brumeach day by Chris Rossand be Classified Ads ij Chairman Charles Grove not for de lieve me Hes TOPS Court House East envoy lo get Israel and velopment at Juniala College h fa Comics PP wrote the letter of tribute forfor several months now and Crossword Puzzle 13 at 2 pm uiovt mil t n Roundup 3 ed that in the event of rain the I MArabs together for a peace ihunt will be staged on Sunday settlement Chris and it was adjudged sure anyone on lhis Obituaries 2 in all those received in say me newspaper service SctlPo1 lNiews Pa8e 9 division improved 100 per cent When Society And Club News Heres what she said in the first spnke to chris about gelj Sports ter which meant S25 in cash forcing my paper at the office 1 told On Slae LLVe Chris and S10 for herself Continued On Tenj I Televi5iQn Programs6 7 B 4 14 There will be three age divi sions for children up to and in cluding fourth grade youngsters There will beprizes for all di Jarrings mission sus pended at least temporarily Continued On Page Ten Her Letter Pays Off In Contest Chris Ross goes to Juniala not for classes but lo deliver The Daily News to of his customers Mrs Russell Rowe Her letter of praise for Chriss fine services won in cash for the young carrier Mrs Rowe has 10 extra dollars in her isocket too visions In Hospital WASHINGTON ore Romney wife of Housing and Urban Development Secre tary George Romney will stay in the Washington Hospital Center for up to one week after surgery to correct an injured shoulder She was injured last fall and underwent surgery Wednesday r THE WEATHER Mostly sunny and warm er today becoming clnurly during the late afternoon High temperature today in ihe middle and upper 60s Cloudy windy and warm tonight and Saturday with showers Scattered thun derstorms likely on Satur day Lows tonight middle 40s lo lower 50s High Sat urday mostly in the 60s Carson Speaks Out On Offensive TV Matter NEW YORK siorvs Johnny Carson no stranger in the battle to liberalize expression on the tube thinks the current ar gument between the govern ment and the networks over offensive material on televi sion is a case of the bland leading the bland Carson spoke on the subject in an interview this week with United Press International He was just back from vacation in a relaxed mood but obviously troubled by the brickbats being tossed at television from Washington They get sex and violence mixed up It kills do you have on lelevision thats so sexy Its all so bland The violence I do find Im offended when I see shows that depict somebody getting beaten up with a tire iron Knows Ground Rules The trouble is that if you say youre for permissiveness on television people think youre for everything Im not for anything been here for a long time and I know the ground rules I know you cant do dirty jokes or have naked people on Youve got to have rules but its the creative people on television who have to regulate themselves Continued On Page Five psychiatrist said he should be spared wril Myers contender that because of delays in the preliminary Dr Seymour Pollack old the murder trial jury Thursday his client ismg young Arabs mental illness was so substantial he hoped would get a life sentence and J undergo medical treatment and deprived ol in Huntingdon Coun The petition for the writ was read and argued before the After almost three months of e trial fhaf nnsi an Huntingdon County jurist until a trial that has cost an estimated million Pollack admitted under cross examina tion he personally had told the district attorney Sirhans men tal disease should spare him Pollack a professor of psychiatry at the University of Southern California stressed he still felt Sirhan had the menial capability to plan the murder of Kennedy and to know the consequences of his act Pollack said he did not feel Sirhan should avoid a verdict of firstdegree murder with Ihe jury deciding on life or death The prosecution and defense agreed nn a plea of guilty to firstdegree murder with a penalty of life imprisonment Continued On Page Two Miss Hughes On Critical Ust Slight improvement is noted today in the condition of Miss Margaret V Hughes 200 Penn Street Huntingdon former ex ecutive director of the Hunting don County Child Welfare Serv ices She is on Ihe critical list at the J C Blair Memorial Hospi tal today She underwent emer gency surgery v at the hospital late yesterday afternoon Miss Hughes now a stale em ploye was admitted to the hos1 pilal on March 30 i pm when the noon recess started Judge Heffner issued his or der at directing the DA to Continued On Page Two King Was Killed One Year Ago CHICAGO When Dr Martin Lu Iher King Jr was mur dered one year ago to day the Illinois Nation al Guard was called on to the streets of the West Side of Chicago to suppress the ensuing rioting Guardsmen pa trolled the same streets today for the same rea son They appeared to have the situation under control But Chicago officials stayed alert against a recurrence of the violence and occasional looting and that erupted From several ghello high schoolsThursday Negro youths leaving Crane High School stoned buses and cars attacked motorists and passersby and looted There was some sniper fire and shotgun blasts 72 Injured At least 72 persons were injured and 253 arrested before Gov Richard B Ogilvte and Mayor Richard J Daley mobi lized 7276 guardsKiSii We dont want to wait to be called until everything is going up in smoke and out of control said Brig Gen Richard T Dunn the guards commanding officer Daley also ordered a 7 pm to am curfew on youths under 21 and banned the sale of firearms ammunition alcohol and gasoline in containers in the Continued On Page Two Pilgrims Good Friday Observed In Jerusalem JERUSALEM this city that both consider holy Christians trudged the tradition al path over which Jesus borp His cross and Jews offered Passover prayers at the Wailing Wall today Christian pilgrims from the United States and many other nations commemorated with solemnity this Good Friday marking the day on which Christ died by crucifixion roughly 2000 years ago Scores of the faithful moved slowly along the Via Dolorosa or Way of Sorrows stopping at each of the 14 Stations of the Cross ancTfinally arriving at the Church of the Holy Sepulchre The church marks the site where Jesus was believed entombed and from which scripture proclaims he arose three days later In Old City The church is in the old city of Jerusalem as is Hie Wailing Wall in Arab hands until Israel Continued On Page Two Plans Of Dairy Promoters Set The Dairy Promotion Committee reelected Huntingdons Lester MacDonaJd president for another term and outlined plans for their 1969 program at a meeting held in the Huntingdon County Courthouse Members voted to continue two higiily successful programs the spring dairy lour for elemen tary students and the fall Farm City Week observance and opt ed to Mowup a third program initiated in 1963 This is the public speaking contest for high school seniors which resulted this past year in the selection of George Clipping er of Southern Huntingdon County High School as county dairy ambassador for 1969 Clip pinger is a voag student at SHC Joining MacDonald as Dairy Promotion Committee officials for 19S9 are Harold Davis Hunt ingdon RD 2 vice president Russell S Roddy Huntingdon County assistant superintendent of schools secretary and Glenn Mann James Creek salesman driver for Fouses Dairy trea surer Tour Appraised An evaluation of the 1968 pro gram adjudged it a good one and response from third grade students and their teachers not ed they thought the dairy tour very worthwhile In an effort to improve con tinuity during the tour it was voted to provide an agenda for each farmer on Ihe tour route to follow this year Committee ap Continued On Page Two   

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