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   Daily News (Newspaper) - April 10, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                CLASSIFIED ADS DIAL MISS CLASSIFIED 6434040 or 5424641 State Libr m THE DAILY ary Pa VOL 48 NWE CENTS PER COPY HUNTINGDON AND MOUNT UNION PA THURSDAY APRIL 10 1969 PHONE 6434040 US Accuses Communists Bargaining At Vietnam NATO Ministers Reds NO 60 Plan Guidelines For Soviet Talks WASHINGTON UPI NATO foreign ministers beginning a twoday session today are to weigh the danger of con timiing Soviet occupation In Czechoslovakia against approval of general guidelines for holding talks with the Russians 3 Summary Appeals Are Considered Three summary appeals were heard by Judge R Merle Heffner in Huntingdon County Court on Wednesday Originally 10 cases had been listed for hearing but the other seven were continued District Attorney Newton C Taylor said Judge Heffner announced that the regular weekly session of court originally set for next Monday had been rescheduled to convene at am Tuesday There also will be court on Thurs day The Huntingdon County judge found Arley Khepper Three Springs RD 1 not guilty of the charge of failure to yield the right of way The defendant was arrested following an incident on Feb 11 in Mill Creek Borough at the Intersection of Routes 655 and 22 It was alleged that Khepper Confd on Page 3 The 15 foreign ministers probably will brush aside the appeal by the Communist Warsaw Pact for a European security conference although officials think certain aspects of this Sovietbloc proposal may be worth later exploration President Nixon was sche duled to address a special commemorative session of the NATO meeting this afternoon in celebration of the 20th anniver sary of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization The President also is expect ed to assure NATO Allies of close consultation with them before entering into talks with the Soviet Union in late spring or early summer on limiting offensive and defensive missile systems Guidelines for NATO members and the Soviet Union have been carefully formulated in a 20page do cument by the permanent council of NATO headquarters in Brussels Sources close to the US delegation said there was complete approval among the NATO permanent representa tives for the report The report onTPage 2 Up Fleet Rap NATO MOSCOW Soviet Union taking critical notice of the 20th anniversary of the fiorth Atlantic Treaty Crganiza tloh said today it is building up its Mediterranean fleet to counter war prepara tions by the Western alliance The Kremlin used the NATO anniversary observance as a backdrop for condemning it as an aggressive antidemocratic force for making a series of demands on West Germany and for reissuing its call for an EastWest European security conference under Moscows tutelage The 3500word government statement distributed by Soviet news agency Tass and published in Moscows press coincided with the arrival of seven Soviet warships to reinforce the Russians 30ship fleet In the Contd on Page 2 In H u n l i n r d o 11 Co talks between j I I I Q II anrt SmHpt Trees To Be Planted Of Unrealistic Peace Parleys Lodge Proposing Serious Talk On Mutual Pullouts PARS UPI The United States today accused the Communists of bargaining unrealistically at the Vietnam peace talks and appealed for serious discussion on mutual troop withdrawals and the restoration of a Demilitarized Zone DUZ worthy of the name Our New Dress The Daily News today appears In its new Today for the first time the newspaper was printed in a central printing plant by the modern offset method The plant located in Tyrone prints three daily and two weekly newspapers The body type will appear different because it is set in eight point on a ninepoint slug which makes it more extended in appear ance Continuing the modern trend column rules have been eliminated The headlines largely remain In the Bodoni family face on all but the Club and Society Page Suggestion was made by the typo graphical expert that a firmerhead type be used on this page and we have changed from the lighter Radiant to a Gothic face A new Goss 20page press is now being installed in the Tyrone plant and will be in service in the near future One of the most noticeable changes in the appearance of off set printing is the greater clarity in pictures in which an almost photographic appearance Is achieved With the use of the new press next week there will be further improvement in quality of printing Also it will permit The trend toward centralized printing has grown rapidly in the United States particularly with the coming of offset printing The National Newspaper Association in Washington states thai there are now approximately 5000 newspapers being printed in 1500 centralized plants Of these there are in Pennsylvania 34 plants printing two or more newspapers The reason for this is the very high cost of new equipment Present schedules of delivery of the newspaper by newspaper boys route carriers and mail will be the same as In the past Officials of the Pennsylvania Game Commission and the Pen nsylvania Department of For est and Waters informed district directors of the Huntingdon County SoilsfldWater Conserva tion District that their agencies have orders for more than one million trees from FFA mem bers Boy Scouts farmers dis trict cooperators state land man agers etc for the comingplaht ing season from Huntingdon County alone The nursery at Greenwood Fur nace is now digging and packing seedlings as the frost is out of the ground The district directors Con fer Eberle presiding reviewed a number of conservation pro jects now under waywithin the county at their regular meeting Contd on Page 3 Shirleyslmrjr Area Carrier Is Tops David Kim Gardner pauses a minute onhispaper route in Shlrleysburg the winter scene painUng of Mrs Sandra Grove one of his Dally News customers Mrs Grove wrote the prizewinniiy letter about Kim in the Hes TOPS contest Not Dfrlink Or Kim Gardner Is Winner Of Prlz e INSIDE THE NEWS Ann Landers 16 Classified Ads14 15 Comics13 Crossword Puzzle 15 Editorials 10 News of Yesteryear 10 Obituaries2 Pennsylvania Story 10 Society Club News 9 Sports4 HARRISBURG State police have out the possi bility that DJmald M Lam bright was drugged or drunk when he droW1 his car over a 24mile section of the Pennsyl vania Turnpike last Saturday shootingat passing automo biles Commissioner Frank McKet ta said Wednesday that a path ological report snowed no detec table traces of alcohol or nar cotics in the blood of Lam bright or his wife Annette The report was submitted by Dr G Thomas Passananti bio chemist at Harrisburg Hospital Lambright shot and killed a Philadelphia couple and wound ed 15 other persons during his wild hourlong ride between the Lebanon Lancaster and Harrisburg East interchanges He then shot and killed his wife and himself Find Marijuana Butts McKetta said clothing found Contd on Page 2 Detente Is Urged By Debre Everyone in the Shlrleysburg area knows that Sandra Grove loves to paint But perhaps they didnt know she has a way with words as well as with oils Mrs Grove wife of Max and Chief US negotiator Henry Cabot Lodge told the North Vietnamese and Viet Cong delegates at the 12th session of the peace talks Your sides demand for withdrawal of United States forces from South Vietnam without any provisions tor withdrawal of North Vletna mese forces is not realistic Lodge demanded the Commu nists start talking about mutual withdrawals from the South by North Vietnamese and US forces He also called for restoration of a truly Demilita rized Zone between the two countries A lasting settlement must also involve a willingness on the part of North Vietnam to respect the territorial Integrity of its neighbors and to respect international frontiers and de marcation lines Lodge said That Is why the United States has called for the restoration of the Demilitarized Zone Lodge said That Is why the United States has called upon North Vietnam to respect the 1962 Geneva Agree ments on Laos and the territorial Integrity of Cambo dia The United States frequently has charged the Communists with using the Demilitarized Zone as a staging area for Contd on Page 3 First Degree mother of Ron and Dave created T j M such a fine picture of her Daily 1S WASHINGTON UP I French News carrier toy David Foreign Minister Michel Debre Gardner that her tribute won a said Wednesday that conflicts prize of for him in the Hes between the East and West TOPSF contest and for must be replaced by detente her to buy more paints 0 She wrote her entry in red ink and heres her opinion of Dave known as Kim Im writing this In red ink between the nations Confrontation between the blocs must be replaced by detente between nations Debre said in a speech to the National Press Club The evolution we are witnessing at the present time is going in that direction In answer to a question Contd on Page 3 Third Boy In Auto Theft Is Hunted State Police today are search ing for a 15yearold Altoona youth involved in the theft of a sports car yesterday in the Blair County city His two 16 year old companions were apprehended at Waterstreet last evening by State Police of the Huntingdon substation after the stolen car became disabled there One of the boys remained with the stolen vehicle while the other two took off on foot State Police caught the one 16yearold in a wooded area after a chase but the other one managed toescape He was later seen along Route 45 near Spruce Creek Contd on Page 3 because this is a Red Letter Day for me My one chance to Contd on Page 3 LOS ANGELES prosecutors voice never left its soft key but when he was finished be had painted Slrhan B Sirhan as a liar trying desperately to duck the crime of murder Dr Cooley Plays Down Rift Report HOUSTON Denton A Cooley who performed historys first artificial heart operation said Wednesday be has not been called to appear before any medical board here Cooley also played down a possible rift between himself and fellow Houston transplant surgeon Dr Michael DeBakey and a possible inquiry by the National Institute of Health I expect to appear before the Baylor Medical School Board to answer any questions which may come up he said I have not yet been asked I just expect to appear Cooley said the artificial heart used In Fridays operation on Haskell Karp 47 of Skokie 111 was not connected with the research conducted under De Bakeys supervision and funded by the NIH Cooley said earlier the money used to develop the heartused In last weeks operation came from Us own research founda tion DeBakey is the executive director of the Baylor Medical School of which Cooley and Dr Domingo Llotta the hearts designer are staff members DeBakey said be was not aware of the existence of the heart used Friday But Cooley rebuffed any comment on a possible con troversey between himself and DeEsicy Must Be Cleared Under guloalines prescribed Contd on Page 3 THE WEATHER Cloudy windy and mildwlth occasional showers and poss ible thunderstorms today The high In the 60s and lower 70s Cloudy windy and turning cooler with a chance of a few showers tonight The low in the upper 40s and lower 50s Partly cloudy and mild on Friday The high in the 60s Sunny and a little warmer Saturday We concede he is sicV said Alexandria To Divid FUtsHave Borough A tall greyhaired man with a craggy countenance Fiits leaned toward the jury of seven men and five women He was demanding a verdict of first degree murder for the slaying of Robert F Kennedy Cause for Alarm It is for you to decide Im glad to think hes a bit sick because I cant Imagine anyone in the Ambassador Hotel stepping from a tray rack and Contd on Page 5 Open Speech Hearing Clinic Is Scheduled f oek And Paving Pile Good Reason For Detour FOTn DSLVln anrt it Torn paving and rocks block Ridge Street just beyond the end of the old Smlthfield Bridge Earthmovlng for the of the approaches six feet of fill at the spot shown in the photo are scheduled to begin next week The new approach at this end of the bridge will extend beyond Arts Diner on Pennsylvania Avenue One good reason for the detour I Swi Sehedule To He Resumed Street sweeping will be re sumed in the Borough of Mount Union beginning the week of April 14 according to an announcement made today by Chief of Police Berlin B Whitsel Area motorists are requested to observe the regulations on the street signs regarding park ing on street sweeping days Contd on Page 3 An Open Speech and Hearing Clinic will be held on Saturday April 12 from 9 am until 12 noon it was announced today by Mrs Joyce E Carter the speech and hearing therapist for the Easter Seal Society for Crippled Children and Adults of Hunting don County This special clinic will be held in the society head quarters at 401 Penn Street se cond Huntingdon WalkIns are encouraged to come to the open clinic during these three morning hours on Saturday from 9 until 12 The afternoon hours of the open clinic have been filled with scheduled appointments Easter Seal headquarters at 401 Penn Street Is the site of the regular weekly Speech and Hear ing Clinic conducted on Wednes day afternoons by Mrs Carter on a yearround basisThis clinic Is one of the major projects of the Easter Seal Society which fi nances this and its other programs by the annual campaign which opened on March 1 and closed officially on Easter Day with Ronald E Detwiler Hunting don chairman The clinic has been provided 4j O tl V with an audiometer a desk ampli fier a mirror blackboard special chairs and a table for the youngsters a variety of special games and teachingaids a record player and the necessary office equipment for keeping accurate confidential records Additional facilities are needed such as a tape recorder and will be added if campaign totals permit Assisting Mrs Carter at the open clinic during the morning and for the afternoon appoint ments will be Mrs Clifford Scriever Society president and members of the Speech and Hear ing Clinic Mrs Newton C Taylor chairman Mrs Fred E Laird Mrs John E Blnney Mrs Wilbur J Williams all of Huntingdon and Mrs Donald R Black Alexandria Contd on Page 3 The week of May 12 was pro claimed Borough cleanup Week by Mayor Roy Shirk at the reg ular Alexandria Borough Council meeting held at 7 oclock Monday evening at the Scout House II was announced that during Jl cleanup week all trash within reason will be hauled away by borough Residents should put refuse in sturdy disposable con tainers outside their homes for easy removal by those assisting in the project After attending the routine business matters Including approval of secretarys and treasurers reports Council approved the Installation of a manhole at the west end of the Contd en Page 3 Is Planned Sunday Schools in District dne of the Huntingdon County Sunday School Association will hold their annual convention on Sun day April 13 at pm There will be a song service special music and a message by the Rev Ralph Ebersole manager of the Brethren Church Camp in Diamond Valley Mr Ebersole is well known in the area for his intrest in young people and church camps This convention Is an annual meeting of the combined churches in the district and is a part of the county organization and should be of Interest to all church and Sunday School members The public is welcome V   

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