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Daily News (Newspaper) - May 2, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania CLASSIFIED ADS DIAL MISS CLASSIFIED 6434040 or If424641 THE DAILY NEWS StateLibrary Education Building Pa 17126 L 48 NINE CENTS EH COPY HUNTINGDON AND MOUNT UNION PA FRIDAY MAY 2 1969 PHONE 6434040 NO 79 opeful Signs Seen or End Of Deadlock iet Cong old Jungle lonference PARIS jungle Viet meeting a Moscow iereRce Involving a North etnatnese leader and the It urn to Saigon of South chief negotiator pro ed signs today that a may be near Vietnam talks communist sources aid Viet leaders were meeting in jungles of South Vietnam to tar a report on the talks by Nguyen Thi Blnh a bcondranking member of the a t i o n a 1 Liberation Front KLF delegation in Paris 1 Mrs Binhs trip a conference tween Le Due Tho the key rth Vietnamese delegate and vict leaders and the sudden i home of the Saigon vernments Pham Dang Lam rovided optimism that things lay be moving Le Due Tho was in Moscow his way back to Paris after weeks of consultation in noi Lam Saigons chief delegate feft Paris unexpectedly Thurs ay for Saigon to report to Iresident Nguyen Van Thieu was to return in time for ext Thursdays 16th negotiating ession Contd on Page 2 President Battling On Two Fronts Ground Fighting Increases In Viet SAIGON Allied headquarters today reported fighting on two fronts Just below the Demilitarized Zone DMZ and said U S bombers had raided the strip for the second successive day REV G F HOLLAND Chaplain Named To Lead Lions American Marines and South Vietnamese troops killed 48 Communists within six milesof the DMZ Thursday losing seven Leathernecks killed and 17 wounded with government los ses described as light Military spokesmen said the Marines ran into a band of in North Vietnamese two miles south of the DMZ The guerrillas fought all day and then withdrew under air strikes leaving behind seven dead South Vietnamese troopers operating to the south at the Marine battle killed 41 North Vietnamese while suffering three wounded of their own front reports said There were no further details I Tl Aii Hileman A Huntingdon County Criminal Court jury today deliberated on a verdict in the case of Common wealth vs Ronald Lee Hileman of Saltillo the first and only trial for the opening week of the ses sion The complicated proceedings opened last Monday with a jury of eight women and four men Lovely May Queen Pam Haskell And Court Miss Pam Haskell of Clarion the 1969 May Day Queen at Juniata College poses with her court 1st row left to right Misses Beth Wagner Johnstown Barbara Brogan Media Mary Chomik Emmaus Ann Witt Haddonfield 2nd row Sharon Cramer Chambersburg Julie Growden Mechanicsburg Linda Cromls York and Margaret Laird Pittston Miss Elizabeth C Wiest Wyomisstng is missing as is the Queens escort Edwin Conner of Downingtown sent The Rev Georp F HoUand Amerlcan commanders Stl warplanes into the zone Communist gunners who opened up on a US spotter plane VJ1 being selected on their voirdire By Commissioners DoCSIl t SnOW HlS Age Correctional Institution was elected last evening to serve as president of the Huntingdon Lions was hit but flew back safely to its base Bombs from the dive bombers Club during the year 196970He will succeed Stanley Pote Valley Rural Electric operations and maintenance superintendent as ects head of the service organization The annual balloting was held during the dinner meeting at Hotel Perm Hunt A Eugene Esterline superin tendent of buildings and grounds at Juniata College was elected first vice president while Russell Roddy assistant county schools superintendent was named second vice president George Lloyd owner of Loyds BANGKOK Thailand will fill the position Cambodia will not resume of third vice president diplomatic relations with WashJ Snyder will continue lington in the immediate future as the club secretary and Charles unless possibly the United Querry was reelected treasurer states recognizes changes ir Other 196970 officers ares Char Cambodian borders Western les Kimmel Lion tamer CalDill dlplomats said today MUes Shope tall twisters triggered one fireball destroyed four bunkers and killed four Communist soldiers at the gun site in the southern half of the socalled buffer strip war communiques said The northern battles and raids into the Demilitarized Zone accompanied a dropoff in Contd on Page 2 Judge R Merle Heffner is presiding at the trial and he started his charge to the jury soon after court convened this Friday morning at am When the trial opened Hileman faced four charges burglary larceny receiving stolen goods and forgery However Judge Heffner sustained a demurrer by H lie mans attorney late yes Egyptians Der Bingle Marks Hit Israeli On Supplies i i For Voting His 65th Birthday Defenses Contd on Page 18 and Herbert Gilliland and Jack Contd on Page 5 likes Starts They said Prince Norodom Sihanouk appeared firm in his rejection of President Nixons recognition of Cambodias ter ritorial integrity within Its present frontiers The two I countries have not had diploma tic ties since May 1965 The diplomats said there is I nothing more the United States p can say about the frontier lOlllOlTOW problem directly but there is one more thing it could do to Licensing of bicycles by the reassure the prince about the Huntingdon Borough Police De partment will start tomorrow at 9 ajn0 at the Huntingdon Area Junior High School Tenth and Moore Streets The full panel of county com terday and directed a verdict of missioners met Thursday to acquittal on the burglary charge sponsor a letter to county judges noting that the Commonwealth of election making final arrange services had failed to produce sufficient ments for the upcoming primary Chances are the Old Groaner evidence to sustain the charge balloting on TuesdayMay 20 will neither need medical care District Attorney Newton fcirvThe bycartlfled nor expect the government to mall td thejudge of eacheieiction pick up the tab in the district In the county Informs foreseeable future these officials that it Is their A millionaire many times responsibility for this election to over Crosby doesnt show his pick up ballots and supplies at the age courthouse on Saturday May 14 H appears remarkably un between am and 4 pm changed from the crooner who Supplies will be distributed to kept two generations of women the judges of election or their fluttering representatives at the rear exit Yes his pate is shiny there of the courthouse basement on are crows feet at the corners of A chance May 17 The arrangements for his eyes and the years in bright the primary are so constituted as sunshine playing golf local election boards will be shooting game birds The Egyptian army had orders today to annihilate Israels defense positions along HOLLYWOOD UPI Bing Crosby qualifies for Medicare today tfae guez Canal Israei reaf Der Bingle turned 65 and his sidekick Bob Hope reminded him flrmed that its troops inflicted he can pinch still more pennies by applying for free medical majoj damage ln a rald deep inside Egypt a lie by the Cairo Remains Behind Bars Carole Tregoff Is Free Woman Again Help Ghetto Children Wednesday denied as government In a May Day Thursday Egyptian President Gamal Abdel Nasser said that since the beginning of March Egyptian gunners have concen trated on the destruction of Israels Bar Lev defense line along the canal and have knocked out 60 per cent of the Give a child from the city israell fortifications ghetto a chance and a change Fighting flared most of to breathe fresh Thursday across the Suez Canal air to frolic without fear on north Kantara across the and green grass to get relief from Suez and at ismailia have summertime heat in a lake pond Egyptian army spokesmen said or pool instead of a fire hyd FRONTERA When voluptuous flamehaired Carole Tregoff was sentenced to life In prison at age 22 for counting the ballots after the dappled his face with a or pool instead of a ire yNo casualties were reported Calif UPI woman hoping for a new life closing of the polls on voting Westerners leathery skin hood rant An Israeli military spokesman She will be on parole for the rest of her years day Judges ed eyes and mild squint A change from oversaid correspondents flown by or murder she cried out in court hair was now its natural brown Still attractive at age 32 her resentms them wiu be paid 10 did 20 years ago inspectors rep He weighs less now than he crowded city home and teeming the Arabs to the alleged scene ContdonPage 5 INSIDE THE NEWS Ann Landers1 Building Page10 Classified ads16 17 Comics15 Courthouse Roundup 3 Editorial6 Farm Page9 Obituaries2 On Stage Live5 School Page14 Society Club11 Sports4 5 No no no Ill be an old woman when I get out But in California prisoners serving life terms are eligible for parole after 7 years Miss Tregoff for whose affections Dr R Bernard Finch murdered his wife lost her first bid for freedom in March 1968 even though she was described as a model prisoner before the Womens Board of Terms and Parole This week however she won approval and after 10 years inside the California Institution shade and although she put on weight when she first came to prison she was more slender now than when she began her sentence Miss Tregoff and Finch were finally convicted in 1961 of Contd on Page 5 Borough police will have charge of the licensing and in spection of all bikes In case of rain tomorrows scheduled li censing will be postponed until the following Saturday Chief of Police Donald Wlngate I fof women she walked to today urged parents to make cer freedom silent tain that bikes operated by their children be in safe condition All bikes should be equippedwith lights and some signalling device Wingate also asked for the cooperation of parents in ascer taining that their children do not Contd on Page Vehicle Is Destroyed Black Studies Request Likely To Be Withdrawn j WASHINGTON UPI Nixon administration may with draw its request that colleges and universities desegregate their black studies programs and black housing facilities The administration however would Impose certain require at this on the colleges and universities as a condition for receiving federal aid The Department of Health Education and Welfare was expected to outline this ap proach tday at a news conference called to announce IlEWs decision on tiny Antloch College of Yellow Springs Ohio Sub Plan Antioch was told to submit a plan by Mnrch 16 to desepre gate its AfroAmerican Studies Institute and allegedly allNegro housing Antloch President James P Dlxon met in Washington with HEW civil rights officials however and was granted a delay while a federal team further investigated the situa tion Department officials say the decision on Antioch would not set a national precedent OB HEWs handling of the thorny black studies issue But some observersi thought that whatever HEW said would have bearing on other Institu tions A half dozen colleges and universities have asked the government for advise about Conlcl on Pago 2 A Juniata Township mans car was destroyed by fire last night with a loss estimated at The car owner David Beard of Huntingdon RD and his family escaped unhurt from the burning vehicle Smithfield Fire Chief Kenneth Dunlap said Beard had stopped at the thru traffic sign on the Raystown Branch Road prepara tory to pulling onto Route 22 Beard had been having trouble with the car and when he began Annual Report Published The Huntingdon County Auditors Report appears to day in The Daily News Publication of the annual re port is required by law and all countians are urged to study it carefully since it provides a capsule look at the financial side of county gov ernment The county auditors are Ernest C Bellinger George Lloyd and Raymond A Eng lish cents per mile plus for picking up these supplies In other action Commission ers Gordon Haverstock James DiCosimo Henry McCamant with Solicitor A Lynn Corcelius and Clerk Lewis Greene approv ed a county aid application for road work in Logan Township The grant was In the amount of Commissioner Gordon Haver stock will be attending seminar in Harrlsburg on May 8 on the Bing works less relaxes more and has become a solid citizen Contd on Page 2 llllterS Get U11UI is f tarhot streets From the ten of Wednesdays Israeli comman sions and temptations of a slum do raid were taken for a ride not actually visit the targets struck power pylons a dam and a bridge upj reported erroneously girl a chance and a Thursday that Israel had made environment to a different Amer ica of higher horizons and living tnree standards You can give a needy city It doesnt take much aDOUt face from its earlier boy or change just open your heart and your ciaims that the commandos did home as a host in the Friendly indeed severely damage the Town program of the Fresh Air Egyptian installations Fund All you need provide is a bed a place at your table and a real desire to share your Contd on Page 18 Conld on Page 2 Contd on Page 18 While not denying that heavy damage was inflicted Israeli official sources said the raid The second annual spring community mental health and gobbler season opens in Penn mental retardation program sylvania tomorrow Saturday Miss Frances K Dortort ad May 3 Ralph L Schmidt RothGovernment Heady lo Move rock District ed all hunters to be extremely careful with any kind of fire in or near wooded areas He also reminded everyone that open fires of any kind are not permitted on state forest land from March 1 to May 25 and from October 1 to December 1 When burning is permitted an THE WEATHER Sunny and warmer today high mid 60s to low 70s Fair and not as cold tonight low in the 40s Increasing clou diness and warm Saturday high in the 70s Outlook for Sunday partly cloudy and warm Campus Violence Drawing Reaction approved fireplace or Incinerator must be used Spring rains New Catholic Cardinals Visiting Home Churches However the Nixon adminis tration was expected to move administration today to withdraw its request VATICAN CITY 33 new Roman Catholic cardin sleek all to pull away from the sign his als today visit Roman churches church in Rome While attempting that come with membership in Pope Paul VI has raised to the ness Campus protest was oversha resulted in 2300 arrests and dowed today by government more than million in Schmidt said reaction to the violence and property damage have been below normal so far disruption which have accompa this year and even after a spring nied It shower the low humidity and The Nixon bright sunshine can soon make members of Congress and the that colleges and universities the forest tinder dry within a judiciary all turned their desegregate their black studies day or two attention to campus disorders programs and facilities So far this year the Rothrock while most dissenters took a The change would make District has had 20 forest fires May Day holiday Thursday possible the establishment of Historic or humble ancient or burning over 160 acres of forest Alt Gen John N Mitchell allblack programs which some of the men It started the fire broke the College of Cardinals Tradition requires that each cardinal have a parish in the Eternal City no matter how New York was one of the few harmful to our forests especial little time he spends there cardinals assigned an ancient St burning match tobacco or cigar car stalled to g out In the engine area of the 1955 Buick Century The loss is not covered by insurance Smithfield responded to the pm alarm with 22 men a pumper and squad truck Water from the booster lines and dry chemicals were used to bring the fire under control Assistant Fire Chief Wilbur Hall and Chief Dunlap directed the work of the firemen rank of cardinal Assigned Ancient Church Cardinal Terence J Cooke of also be said that smoking can be Some of the churches are rich in art their spiritual links reaching back beyond the Middle Ages their names known to millions Others are new built to accommodate needs of modern Roman subur banites unknown to those outside their neighborhoods become the home land Most of these fires were Thursday said the Nixon campus militants demand caused by palin careless administrations patience with ed The administration has campus radicals Is at an end previously contended that colle U has been said that smoking and prosecution will now be ges which allow segregated is harmful to your health U can pressed to the fullest to end programs should lose federal disorders funds If arrests must be made A Cambridge Mass Judge ly if a careless smoker drops a then arrests there should be Thursday found 169 singing Mitchell said in a Law Day chanting youths guilty of speech in Detroit It is no trespassing in the occupation of admission of defeat as some a Harvard University building cape the hunter who smokes while may claim to use reasonable The Harvard administration had on watch for this sly bird The physical force to eliminate asked that the charges be best advice Is to leave your cl physical force 2300 Arrests tion turkeys will easily es church the Basilica of Johns and St Pauls a eHe on dry forest leavesIn add Romanesque church near the Colosseum Cardinal John J Wright of Pittsburgh took possession of the Church of Jesus the Divine garettes and tobacco at home Master Cardinal John F when you leave to hunt turkeys Contd on Page 2 this spring The attorney general said to do so campus protests this year have Contd dropped but District Court Judge M Edward Vlela refused on Page 2
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