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   Daily News (Newspaper) - April 8, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                CLASSIFIED ADS DIAL MISS CLASSIFIED 6434O40 or 5424641 State Library Education Building Hariisburg Pa i7120 THE DAILY NEWS VOL 48 cxxn Sun HUNTINGDON AND MOUNT UNION PA TUESDAY APRIL 8 1969 Phone 6434040 NO 58 in Sirhan Murder Trial Business Traffic Clogs Junction At 5 OClock Tws lanes of traffic leave Huntingdon via me East Penn Street exit yesterday as aftercloseofbusiness traffic heads for home Borough policemen within the community and State Troopers from the Huntingdon substation served to control traffic flow Toward 5 oclock motorists experienced delays as far in town as Third and Penn Streets and west bound vehicles along Route 22 were at times backed up as far east as Ardenheim from this junction Huntingdon Traffic Jam To Continue Despite the apparent ease with which the traffic conges tion in Huntingdon was han dled yesterday al indications seem to point to a continued bot tleneck until the Route 28 detour is lifted Spokesmen for the Huntingdon Borough Police and Pennsyl yania State Police at Hunt ingdon who are handling traffic control during the peak periods have both indicated that thev Commonwealth Beats Todays Deadline Reed Held For Court On Murder 3 Other Charges Marines Overrun Base Camp The Commonwealth beat a courtmandated deadline yesterday and established a prima facie case charging a Lawrence County man Samuel Lee Reed 20 of Volant R D 3 with murder burglary robbery and larceny Justice of the Peace Man Lighlner of Ardenheim heard testimony for one hour and forty SA1GOV US minutes at a continued prelimi expect daily repeats of yesterfrom one of four offensives bearing yesterday before days five oclock rush duringaimed at blocking Huntingdon the time the defoor is Laos overran a Commuj County Court AliDav Patrol jnist base camp near Da Nang Reed was arrested last March Huntinadon Police Chief Donf and killed 35 of its defenders and charged with the fatal aid Winaate pointed out that Command said today beating of Wallace thev had stationed a patrolman t communiques said the Robert Alexandria RD the Fourth and Penn Street Leatnernecks from Operation 1 during a roboery Jan 12 at Hills near the Laoan allnight Waterslreel service from 7am av unTi aCt 5 i morning until a April Term Argument Court Opens Judge R Mede Hefmer pre sided at the opening of the April Term of Huntingdon County Ar Saigon Peace Moves Falling On Deaf Ears Will Not Demand Death Sentence LOS ANGELES UPI The prosecution will not ask the jury to bring in a death penalty for Sirhan B Sirhan for the admitted slaying of Robert F Kennedy With the murder trial in Its last week and both sides expected to rest today Deputy Disi Atty Lynn BCompton old newsmen We will tell the jury that either a death sentence or a life sentence would be appropriate We will not demand the death penalty Added Compton The jury will have to decide the penalty The signs were all adding up to a verdict murder and Arab going of the inlo Monday Called Most Beautiful Day Of Year The weather bureau tabbed Monday the most beautiful day of his calendar year and was hopeful that more of the same was in store for Pennsyl vania today Philadelphia Allentown Al toona and Williamsportbasked in 69 degree weather Monday The lowest reading among the maximum temperatures from reporting stations was 59 de grees at Erie The weather Secrecy Surrounds Big 4 Talks UNITED NATIONS The Big Four powers wrapper their Middle East talks in tight secrecy today for their second the 30s the north to the bureau looked for another pleasant day with readings in the 60s to the low or mid70s in the southern por tions and from the 50s to the 60s in the north portions Lows tonight will range from facility for the rest of his life Continued On Page Three firsf Aeoree i SySSSl The a mental Face Many Issues ian discovered fhe station Foster died 27 days latgument Court yesterday dav morning until about in uic the evening and that this camP adjomuigjer wttnoul regaining conscious miles ness section wifl co n t i n u e to be hospital complex 20 manned all dav until the consoutnwest of Da Nang ana gestion eases captured tt witnout a casualty Continued On Page Two lonaav Delay Is Hit Thursday Judge The seven cases on the argu ment list were reviewed and it showed that one has already Gromyko Maiiescu In Vital Talks MOSCOW UPI Current talks between Romanian Foreign Min i s t e r Corneliu Manescu and his Soviet counter part Andrei Gromyko are unlikely to bridge the differen ces between their two countries Western diplomats said today The two Communist nations have long differed on too many basic issues particularly the Kremlins role as supreme authority over al Communist parties to be able to solve them during Manescus threeday visit to Moscow the sources meeting this one at the Soviet Mission in midtown New York of the Jnited States the Soviet Union Jrilain and France began the alks last Thursday al the residence of French Ambassa dor Armand Berard and set the one for future meetings in a communique which indicated he desire for secrecv It said Active consultations will continue These consultations be private and confiden tial Contacts Maintained Although the communique said all appropriate contacts with the parties primarily concerned will be maintained observers doubted thai Mah moud Fawzi foreign policy adviser to President Gamal Abdel Nasser of Egypt would 3e invited to join the sessions Fawzi former foreign minis Continued On Page Three Fund Drive For Juniata Is Launched Operation Oklahoma Hills Newton C Taylor to one of four Marine offensives1 complete the preliminary hearj IU under way on Communist ing in the Reed case before Two of the cases will be infiltration routes into South1 am todav In the event the DA joy visiting jurists Judge Communist ing in the Reeci case before Two of the cases will be imitranon routes into South1 am today In the event the DAjby visiting jurists Judge Vietnam from the Ho Chi Minh failed to complete the C Snyder of Bedford jf been argued and five others are said continued One case will Such issues if they are to be have to be DV Soviet Commu leader Leonid I d Romanian argued on Tuesday April la Trail in Laos More than 10000 Continued On Page Three Leathernecks are involved Coast Guard Unable To Find Bodies Leathernecks are involved Military spokesmen in Saigon said the northern battle snd other skirmishes from the Representatives of 51 congreMekong Delta to the Demilitai gauons and 12000 members in rized Zone accounted for 159j the Middle District Church ot Viet Cong and North Vietnaj the Brethren met last slain Monday Allied at Juniata Colleee to launch a losses were termed light local campaign for the AlexAt the same time US ander Mack Scholarship Fund i artillery on South Vietnams A part of the 510100000 Mar Continued On Page Three gin of Difference development program at the college fund is designed to aid a Breth ren student in need of financial assistance The dinner meeting was con ducted fay Ken Weaver owner and operator of the Msriinsburg Milling Co who is chairman ot County Boy Is Facing More Charges NEW ORLEANS ty will hear the one case Judg Arnold D Smorto of Cambria I J J arrived Monday and he County has already heard b6gf a one case Judge Heffner said alks vvlth Gromyko m The continuation of one Tass is until the Workmens Compen f and comradely sation Board returns the papers1 Tne talks were to the court continuing today District Attorney Newton C Taylor had prepared a list of 10 Tass said the opening round of discussions Mondav was summary appeals to be heard Continued On Page Three frunnrrnu A rolioir nf fho Ifct review of the list Coast Guard searchers werejing showed that only four will unable to locate any of the 25be hearti by Judge Heffner on missing crewmen of the sunkenWednesday the others having Formosan freighter Union continued or dropped Mondav leading to speculation Heffner also received their burned bodies wereProSress from attorneys entombed with the stricken shiplrelative to acho in dl inrt f f TJ fvorce cases wnicn are nGnninp in liu feet ot Mississippi water A 16 year old Huntingdon Cutters plan es and helicop the Middle District campaign County ooy wno admitted stealiiers scannecj a gomile stretch National church four motor vehicles in threeidOWTIrjver frorn the busv New Rex Hershberger an insurance months has several more wnere snj executive of Martinsburg pointes against him today lsank y Monday folouing ed out the importance of Juma Last night about he vjtj a ta to the area He reported that caped from the Cambria g theChurch of the Brethren has ty Detention Home at Ebensfwenjy pledged S230W to the developburg broke into a garage lriw mant program stole a brand new 19S9 Kausi bv Weaver said the final reoort Thunderbird jnsums noiocausi meeting will be held on April 28 Two other bovs were fery huk the Mills presented 10 accounts for Continued On Page Three INSIDE THE NEWS Ann Landers 10 Classified Ads 9 Comics 7 Crossword Puzzle 9 News Of Yesteryear 8 Obituaries 2 Pennsylvania Story 10 Society And Club News 5 Sports and he reported an initial S3in the escape 900 had been given to the Echo shortly after the escape the ariiiip fund Huntingdon County lad and one It was stated that 27 per centof die escapees were taken nver or onto tug boats which came to assist Heart Transplant Patient Better Continued On Page Six Continued On Page Six Police Seek White Male In Pike Case HARRISBURG fUPI Ahighway shooting out the win tall white man with long hairjdowo was sought today as police atj State Police Commissioner tempted to explain a shooting j Frank McKetta told a news rampage on the Pennsylvania conference Monday that atten dants at the Highspire Service Plaza on the turnpike said Turnpike Authorities said the 0 mm about sixfeet tall was the Lambright auto lieved to have been riding withabout 1 am Saturday as it Donald and Annette Lambrightiheaced east They said a several hours before was in the car killed four people including McKetta said the himself and his wife and in1 rested at the servicing area river current would carry 111 Salesman Is r Winning Gamble HOUSTON UPI Haskell Karp a 47year lold Skokie TIL salesman wanted to live as a Continued On Page Six Rea Shops To Build 245 New Boxcars PHILADELPHIA Samuel Rea shop at Hollidays burg will build 245 new box cars valued at million for the Penn Central It was an nounced here Monday The railroad ordered 515 new high capacity cars costing j more than million for transj porting auto parts from manu facturing centers to assembly plants All cars which will go Into Paris Talks Are Getting o Nowhere PARIS UP ic statements from South Vietnamese and Viet Cong delegations to the peace talks agreed on at least one point today The nego tiations are getting no where Allied negotiators particular ly the United States remained hopeful Although the Commu nist side has denounced their motives in each of their various peace offers it has yet to state flatly that it will not participate in secret talks The Viet Cong quickly dis missed the latest offer of South Vietnamese President Nguyen Van Thieu who earlier had called for secret talks with the Viet Cong This week he offered national reconciliation creation of two political parties and subsequent elections hat would pit his government against the Viet Cong providing they become a legally constituted party and observe South Vietna mese laws The Viet Congs political arm the National Liberation Front F characterized Thieus offer as nothing essentially different frorn that which the United States has said and repeated for a long time A statement issued by he operation in July will be NLF Monday also repeated the charge that the United States is conducting a war of aggres equipped with cushioned under frames to prevent cargo dam age during shipping Continued On Page Two Plan To Install EightInch Water Main Mount Union Councilman Hold Long Busy Session Eight Mount Union borough councilmen met last night for several hours and heard com mittee reports granted various requests and transacted many items of borough business Council approved preliminary plans to install an eightinch water main lo the Industrial Park in anticipation of the pro posed expansion of the Mount Union Manufacturing Company a firm of L Greif and Brother A labor survey is now in pro gress to determine the possibil Forest Pathologist To Speak Barry Towers of Harrisburg Pennsylvania Stale Forest path ologist will be the speaker at the organization meeting of Standing Stone Garden Club Tuesday evening April 15 at 8 oclock in St James Lutheran Church social hall Towers associated with the rvnv u Commonwealths Department of Insurance Agency and his lialf Forests and Waters will show Cancer Fund Dance Slated For Saturday The annual Huntingdon Coun ty Cancer Benefit Dance will be held on Saturday April 12 at the Mount Union VFW Club Serving this year as dance cochairmen are Mr and Mrs Jack Port of Mount Union owner of the Ivan ity of expansion Dick Prough one of a com mittee of eight persons asked council for the permission for the use of the civil defense si ren in case of a civil disturb At Garden Club wife Joyce a kindergarten teacher at the Mount Union volved in a citizens group Th request was granted Sponsors To Be Feted any bodies toward the mouth the river The search was resume early today Continued On Page Three not lie there like a vegetable He gambled toiMonday on the healthy heart of a Massachusetts RonJu Ammunitioii Factory Erupts Iii Explosion D O T T I K O N Switzerland An ammunition factory and removed the historic internal artificial heart that had kept widow and today he was winning Dr Denton A Cooley trans planted the heart of Mrs Barbara Ewan 40 of Lawrence Mass into Karps chest and o m e of Dr and Mrs Ronald L Cherry of 1830 Mif flin Street Huntingdon will lake on a South American air flaps it rolled 11000 feet alongjon April 22 for the party to hon a Barksdale Air Force f runway before coasting stop just short of the end of the Base or the International Student to of the Huntingdon Am landing strip It was met by by the time the Lambrights headed west McKetta said all aspects of the case are under investiga Continued On Page Sue jured 15 others Saturday along until about 6 am and then battline the HrP a 24mile stretch of the turndrove on The white pike Lambright the 31year old son of comedian Stepin Fetchit drove his blue Pontiac Lemam westward on the super Karp alive 63 hours I feel sorry that a life is gone Shirley Karp mother of three sons said Monday after the surgery She had issued an emotional appeal Saturday for a human heart for her husband I am optimistic about the Shock waves from the biggest outcome a grinning Cooley said of the operation his 19th human heart transplant and the 124th in the world Mrs Ewan who died of brain damage caused by undisclosed medical treatment was flown lo Houston early Monday aboard a limping airplane that was forced down at a Strategic Air Command base near Shreve Sharing the honors with the tory 2 off tne the stoffFabrik plant kept their distance for fear of more explosions and the flames roared virtually unabated Police recovered four bodies port La Without iakes or landing machine guncarrying air of the AFS program Continued On Page Six Jin Huntingdon will be Patricio Serrano Campos of Chile the current holder of an AFS inter national scholarship who is a son this year in the home of Mr and Mrs Porter Brown Mill Creek RD and a senior at Huntingdon Area High School Pat will speak informally at the gathering which is to be a family affair according to the chairmen Mr and Mrs Will Brandau South American refreshments have been planned for the eve ning Mrs Brandau described them this way Were going to serve bolo de Cerveja beer biscoitos de Castanhas THE WEATHER Sunny and warmer today highs in the low and middle 70s Fair and warm er tonight with in the low and middle 40s Wed nesday increasing cloudi ness and warm Highs in the low and middle 70s Showers wind and warm Wednesday night and Thursday Winds light and variable today and tonight and southerly at 11 to miles per hour on Wednes day Continued On Page Six Elementary School have both iDominic Saia street commit been active in various commulee chairman informed council nity projects would present a complete re The Blue Notes will provide the music for this highlight af fair of the Spring season be ginning at 10 pm Mr and Mrs Port urge eiti Continued On Page Six ilanned for thesummer at the Way session The proposals for the borough program compiled by director Thomas Holder were read by recreation committee chairman Joseph Bodnar The committee and Hold er are to meet and present rec ommendations at the next regu lar meeting Bodnar and Hockenberry gave Continued On Page Six slides and speak on the effects of air pollution on vegetation will be introduced by Ralph L Schmidt Rothrock District for ester Forest pathology has been the special field of Dr Towers since he received a bachelor of arts degree in biology at Thiel Col lege He did his graduate work at Duke University and most re cently was a Postdoctoral Fel low Air Hygiene at the School of Public Health at the Univer sity of iNorth Carolina He joined the Pennsylvania Department of Forests and Waters in May 1968 Continued On Page Six Spring Has Arrived In Nations Capital WASHINGTaN UPI Thej heather on the hillside behind the Kennedy graves in Arlington National Cemetery hastaken on a bluish Husky male tourists take off their jackets and sling them over their shoulders under the bright sun Spring has to Washing ton You can tell it everywhere The sun until recently a visitor in haste now lingers long into dinner hour The pink and white magnolias which seem to grace every government building in this city burst into full color There are baseballs in the air on tiny playgrounds In the slums and in beautiful Robert F Kennedy Stadium where the Washington Senators play for i living Children Are Here And the children are here They come in Boy Scout troops in church groups and with parents who want to show them the Lincoln Memorial and the National Shrine and the Capitol and the place where John and Robert Kennedy art buried Spring came on the calendar March 31 Washington was watching with concern the Continued On Page Six   

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