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   Daily News (Newspaper) - May 6, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                V CLASSIFIED ADS DIAL MISS CLASSIFIED 6434040 or 5424641 State Library Education Building Pa 17126 VOL 48 NINE CENTS COPY HUNTINGDON AND MOUNT UNION PA TUESDAY MAY 6 1969 PHONE 6434040 NO 82 Interest In Talks Is Growing PARIS negotia tors today looked forward to the 16th session of the Vietnam peace talks with a growing interest in whether the Commu nist side will display a more flexible position Members of the United States and South Vietnamese delega tions to the talks were meeting today to consult on their presentations interdelegation meet ings have been a regular occurrence But todays meet ing was expected to have special significance in view of growing hopes over the past week that the Communists were shifting from their for merly rigid negotiating position No details of the meeting are released The view of the South Contd on Page 10 Specialists Tells Senate Probers Drug Advertising Is Duping Some Doctors North Viet Mount Union Voters Units Storm us camp Will Decide About XRay Turnout Termed Best In Six Years WASHINGTON UPI A National Academy of Science drug specialist told Senate investigators today misleading advertising has lured the gullible physician into prescribing useless and sometimes dangerous drug combinations Dr Heinz F Eichenwald said continued use of drug combina tions amounts to a strong indictment of the ability of VFllctl many physicians to judge what is effective and what isnt Two Testify Eichenwald pediatrics chair man at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School in Dallas and Dr William M M Kirby a medical professor at the University of Washington Medical School in Seattle testified before Sen Gaylord Nelsons Senate small business subcommittee Nelson DWls has been investigating alleged drug industry abuses for nearly two years The two physicians were among 30 drug experts who evaluated combination drugs for the National Academy of Science Drug combinations are two or more drugs capsuled On Phone Standby National Guard troops mained on telephone standby in New Orleans today and police were on alert in Highland Park Mich as both cities feared renewals of student demonstrations About 300 black students vowed to remain in a Monb No Action Against Pueblo Crew WASHINGTON UPI disciplinary action will be taken against members of the crew or anyone else Involved in the seizure of the USS Pueblo by North Korea Navy Secretary John H Chafee said today Chafee said a Navy Court of Inquiry recommended that the ships captain Cmdr Lloyd M Bucher be tried by general court martial but said he and other ranking naval authorities gomery Ala jail until they fill overruled the suggestion up the jail after their arrest convtoced Chafee during a protest at the state Capitol rtscpUre nor the state SAIGON UPI Blazing away with armorpiercing ets and machine guns 600 North Vietnamese stormed a US camp northwest of Saigon today captured two of its bunkers and killed nine GIs while wounding 59 Troopers of the US 1st Air Prices Cavalry Division counterat tacked behind dive bombers helicopter gunshlps and artille ry strikes and threw the Communists out of Camp Gary Ion killing 116 and sending the guerrilla survivors fleeing The battle nine miles from the Cambodian border in the Reds War Zone C redoubt was one of two such Communist attacks reported by the US Command in war communiques today To the north still other North Vietnamese troops tried but failed to overrun a US Marine outpost eight miles southwest of Da Nang losing six men killed Pool In Balloting Go Up Labor Party Are Furious Executive Secretary to the together The experts unani Huntingdon County Tuberculosis mous report said the combina and Health Society Mrs Evelyn tions were useless and some Walton reported that the April times dangerous tour of the mobile chest Xray K prompted the US Food unit in Huntingdon County brought and Drug Administration to the best turnout in at least six serve notice April 2 the 78 years combination drugs studied by The unit Xrayed2340persons the scientists would be banned during its weeklong series of eight stops in various portions of the county A very very good turnout1 Mrs Walton stated and thanked the residents of the county for their coopera tion particularly those who had contributed time and effort In arranging for the unit In each of the various communities A breakdown of the attendance showed 208 persons Xrayed at the Thirteenth Street stop in Huntingdon and 800 at the Wash ington Street stop One hundred Contd on Page 3 Contd on Page 10 INSIDE THE NEWS Ann Landers 14 Classified Ads 12 13 Comics 11 Crossword 13 Editorials 6 Obituaries 2 Our Readers Write 8 Society Club 7 Sports protest at the state discipline Police sprayed tear gas In the disciPllne University of Wisconsin Library Monday night as Madison experienced Its third straight night of violence A dozen persons were arrested and four including a policeman were injured Found Beaten Richard Flacks a founder of SDS and an assistant professor of sociology at the University of Chicago was found beaten and cut with a knife Monday in his campus office His name was later found chalked on walls around campus Flacks condition was scribed as good early today after surgery indicated two skull fractures and several lacerations Thousands boycotted classes vat Indiana University Monday protesting proposed mass ive tuition increases The National Guard never Contd on Page 2 nor the state of or morale in the any other interest requires further legal proceed ings with respect to any personnel involved in the Pueblo incident Bucher and others of the 82 surviving members of the crew of the intelligence ship seized by North Korean gunboats Jan Contd on Page 2 Speech And dav C7 Clinic Set LONDON La bor party members of Parli ament today protested the governments decision to in crease the price of false teeth and eyeglasses under the National Health Service Richard Grossman the minis ter for social services an nounced the Increases In the House of Commons Monday drawing angry shouts from backbenchers from his own party The Increases lifted the cost of false teeth from and glasses from The Labor MPs were not only angry about the actual increases but the bad timing by Crossman in announcing MIAMI wellthem dressed men one flashing a 38 Several Town Council elecions caliber pistol and the other an are being held throughout this eightinch knife hijacked a in Britain and the National Airlines jet Monday announcement coming when it night and forced it to fly to did could hardly help Labor Cuba party candidates The New York to Miami In the first elections Monday plane carrying 75 persons the Labor party lost a total of returned to the United States 23 council seats and returned early today without the hijack21 Among the losses was ers listed on the passenger Prime Minister Harold Wilsons The community swimming pool was in the spotlight once again at the regular session of the Mount Union Borough Council last evening After a lengthy discussion concerning the pool councilmen un animously agreed to hold a special election on the swimming pool issue giving thevoters the opportunity to vote yes or no In favor of the erection of a community pool Council wished to bring to the attention of the voters that in or der to sell a bond issue for the pool a real estate tax must be levied in an amount sufficient to pay the interest and principal on the bond issue However if swimming pool fees collected are sufficient to make the annual payments on the bond issue and the principal then no additional tax money will be necessary This will de pend on how much revenue will Okay From Senators Confd on Page 2 National Airliner Is Hijacked be collected yearly from the membership fees After arrangements are com pleted for the special election voters will be notified as to the date and other details Chairman Joseph Bodnar presented several recommenda tions of the recreation com WASHINGTON UPI Senate despite the strong objections of a 12metnber Southern bloc headed by Sen Strom Thurmond has con firmed Dr James E Allen as UJ3 commissioner of education and assistant secretary of HeaK Education and Welfare On a roll call vote of 55 to 15 the Senate gave its seal of approval Monday to the former N Marion and J sheet as Gagnon The 15th hijacking of a US An Open opeech and Hearing commercial plane this year was Clinic secondina so calmly that of the passengers were of it until the jet Defeiident Defendant Facing 40 Years In Prison Parson Pleads Guilty As Trial Is Set To Start With 40 years In the penitentiary facing him 27yearold Max Schmelllng Parson of Shade Gap and Tampa Fla pleaded guilty to six charges in Huntingdon County Criminal Court yesterday Parsons surprise action help ed speed the work of the court since it was believed that his trial would take the better part of this week The defendant pleaded guilty to two charges of burglary two charges of larceny and two char ges of receiving stolen goods The charges developed from the looting of two Tell Township cottages last winter the proper ties of Russell R Headings of Mount Union and Philip Walker of Malvern Nolle Prosse Action Parson faced similar sets of charges in three other cabin burg laries and it was indicated by District Attorney Newton C Taylor that these indictments may be nolle pressed A voir dre jury of five men and seven women was selected last Friday to hear the Parson case when court convened Mon day morning for the second week of the term Five Guilty Pleas Five guilty pleas were heard by Judge Heffner prior to the start of testimony in the Parson case Several conferences were held and when court reconvened near noon after a lengthy recess it was announced that Parson was pleading guilty to the six charges Donald Ray Wiser of East Waterford was a codefendant with Parson in the five cabin burglaries Wiser to Plead District Attorney Taylor said Contd on Page 5 will be held on Saturday 10 from 9 until 12 In the morning it has been announced by Mrs Joyce R Carter speech and hearing therapist for the Easter Seal Society for Crippled Children and Adults of Hunting don County Society headquarters at 401 Penn Street second floor will be the site of the special clinic Walkins are encouraged to come to the open clinic during the three morning hours from nine until noon this coming Sa turday Open clinic afternoon hours have been filled with sche duled appointments Any young ster or adult with a speech or hearing problem is welcome to drop in during the morning hours Easter Seal Societys Open Clinic on April 12 enjoyed an unusually good response mak ing an extremely busy crowded day The Society Speech Clinic Committee in consultation with Mrs Carter decided that the May 10 Open Clinic is necessary and they have openedthe morning hours for walkins Eight walk ins and eight appointments were taken care of on April 12 Speech Clinic Committee Contd on Page 3 own district The Liberal party won two seats from Labor in the Kirkby Town Council election to take control of the council 11 seats to 10 Kirby is part of Wilsons Huyton parliamentary constl mlttee Those meeting council New York State education chief approval were the erection of an wno has promised to take a 8foot by 10foot building on one of the playgrounds this sum mer have grass mowed regularly at all playgrounds Anyone Interest in a position as playground supervisors should mail a letter of application to Recreation Committee in care of Melvin Dlven borough sec retary Mount Union by May 31 A report was given by Joseph Bodnar chairman of police com mittee and Dominic Saia member of the committee on a recent meeting A letter of commendation will stand in favor of student busing and other controversial measures to achieve racial balance in public schools Thurmond the South Caroline Republican credited with help ing President Nixon carry several key Southern states in last foils election criticized Allen for his views on busing and claimed Nixon had broken some of his campaign seso I believe his views and his record on the use of busing school children to achieve a are Contd on Page 10 many unaware landed in Havana Made Their Move The men made their move when the airliner was 40 miles from Miami and preparing to For 853 Third Graders descend in a landing pattern Pretty blonde stewardess Nancee Nowlcki was in the forward gallery when a tall thin man with a mustache and goatee approached her 1 want to see the captain he said No she replied Were going to Havanathe man said Dairy Farm Tour Week Of May 19 be sent to Sgt William Morgan raciai balance are not in the for his 18 years of service to the best interest of this nation borough Sgt Morgan retired Thurmond said of Allen due to health reasons on the believe his views advice from his doctor and no confllct with those of President Contd on Page 3 Nixon as enunciated during Ills campaign Thurmond quoted Nixon as saying that busing the child that is two or three grades behind another child and into a strange think that you destroy that child The South Carolina Republi Contd on Page 2 Contd on Page 2 Hunt Named Alumni Huntingdon County Dairy Promotion Committee has set the week of May 19 for its annual dairy farms tour The yearly spring event sponsored by the committee and the Huntingdon Kiwanis Club will this year see 853 third graders touring dairy farm operations throughout the county The schedule for the schools was announced by promotion com mittee secretary Russell Rod on May 20 Smithfield Juniata dy at the second meeting this 34 on May 22 William Smith year for the committee Included 51 on May 21 and Woodcock 11 P o ft fare 261 Huntingdon Area young Valley 45 on May 22 These 11 i 3 I sters 77 Juniata Valley stu dents 210fromSouthernHunting James D Hunt managing editor of The Daily News in Huntingdon was elected to a from Warriors Mark three year term on the Juniata Further breakdown according to schools within each district 20 The Alexandria group will be was provided by Roddy at the farms at am the SCHEDULES GIVEN At Huntingdon Area the sche dule Is like this Aifarata 82 students on May 20 Brady Henderson Mill Creek 37 on Hotel Burns In Downtown Miller 12 Miami Today Petersburg students at pm Southern Huntingdon County schedule is as follows Rockhlll Furnace School 53 students on Contd on Page 3 youngsters will report to the farms at 9 am on the morning don 243 from Mount Union Area of the day scheduled 28 from Robertsdale area and 19 At Juniata Valley 44 Alexan dria students and 33 Petersburg students will tour firms on May College Alumni Council Dr Russell Hill assistant dean for research and development College of Education Temple University replaces Mr C Greer Bailey of Jeannptte as president of the National Alnmni Association Results of the annual balloting for new officers were announced at the Alumni council meeting Stern Controls Over Conglomerates Eyed held in South Hall on the cam pus President JohnN Stauffer who spoke briefly on the future of Juniata and the importance of alumni support as the college explores the new ways In which it can serve the Juniata Valley and the nation as a whole com plimented the outgoing officers for their dedication and service Elected vice president was Mrs Miriam Smith Wetzel of Newton Square The alumni elected Dr Kathryn Oiler a professor at the graduate school of library science Drexel Instl Contd on Page 2 MIAMI used aerial ladders to rescue screaming guests trapped on the upper floors of a burning hotel in downtown Miami early today There were no serious injuries as 106 persons were evacuated from the eightstory Patricia Hotel Fire Chief Edward Proli said when he arrived on the scene he heard the screams from guests trapped by smoke on the top three floors Confd on Page 2 Legislation To Protect Insurance Firms Sought HARRISBURG UPI Sen John T Van Sant RLehigh has proposed that the state exercise stern controls over con glomerates and similar entitles that attempt to acquire Penn sylvania insurance companies Van Sant introduced leglsla tion Monday night that would expand the regulations enforced dition Plans for operation of by the State Insurance THE WEATHER 5ATIIEH 1 Work Progresses On Juniatas New Dorms Work is progressing on the new residential complex at Juniata College Two dorms one for men and the other for women will VIP constructed on this site which Is along Warm Springs Avenue on the eastern rim of the campus Work on the million structures is scheduled to pick up during the summer months To date no names have been chosen for the dorms Sunny and warm today high inthe upper 70s and lower 80s Fair tonight low in the 50s Sunny and warm Wednes day high In the lower 80s Outlook for Thursday In creasing cloudiness with a chance of showers or thunder storms developing the Insurance company after ment over holding companies In acquisition and the impact of the insurance field the acquisition on competition The measure Is supported by Any Insurance company that State Insurance Commissioner does business in Pennsylvania David O Maxwell It was re and is controlled by a holding ferred to the Senate Insurance company would have to regis Committee which Van Sant ter with the department and heads provide detailed information on Under the terms of the legls its relationship with the parent lation any entity intending to company acquire Pennsylvania Insurance To Obtain Injunctions companies would have to The commissioner would be vide the commissioner with in empowered to obtain court in formation on Its financial con junctions against the payment of dividends he deems not in the best interests of the insur ance company and its policy holders Maxwell announced his sup port for the measure last week saying Experience here and in other states shows that the department needs the added authority provided by this leg islation to provide full protec tion for Pennsylvania policy holders In situations in which noninsurance Interests have or seek to gain control over In surance companies in this state In another Senate develop ment legislation was Intro ducad that would exempt mem bers of the General Assembly Contd on Page 10   

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