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   Daily News (Newspaper) - May 14, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                CLASSIFIED ADS CLASSIFIED 6434040 or 5424641 THE DAILY NEWS State Library Education Building pa 17126 VOL 48 NBJE CENTS HUNTINGDON AND MOUNT WEDNESDAY MAY 14 1969 PHONE 6434040 NO 89 World Waits For Nixon Speech On Viet Aides Trying To Play Down Importance Lodge Nixon To Meet PARIS US negotiator Henry Cabot Lodge flew to Washington today for consultations with Pre sident Nixon Diplomatic reports cir culated that the Vietnam peace conference was on the verge of a dramatic breakthrough In Saigon Secretary of State William P Rogers said he was planning to discuss with Pres ident Nguyen Van Thieu the possibility of new moves to end the war US Ambassador Ellsworth Bunker spent an hour with Thieu their third meeting in as many days left Paris in a special US Air Force plane to give Nixon a late briefing on the Paris talks before Nixon reported to tne nation on Vietnam peace prospects to night I was summoned by the President for consultations Lodge said But of course I cannot scoop the President before be makes his address tonight Lodge left as diplomatic circles buzaed with reports that Nixons address would permit the Communist and Allied sides to find common ground and break tbe deadlock that has bound the since Feb 5 SAIGON of Rogers arrived in Saigon for p Roprs flew four days of conferences with Brochure Presents Pundoles Candidacy With the Tajmahal travel poster as a background Noshir N Fundole Bombay businessman points to the 40page brochure published for his candidacy for the office of third vice president of Lions International at Tokyo this summer Pundole the architect of Lionism in India spoke at the Sax ton Lions Club Charter Night program Tuesday Pictured left to right Mrs Pundole Pundole President William W Weaver District Lions Gov Harold S Kimmel and Robert L Williams a personal friend of the Pundoles who introduced the main speaker Rogers In l A Bombay Executive Talks At Banquet Saxton Linked To Spread Of Lionism Across India Saigon today with orders South Vietnamese and US from President Nixon to officials before going to depth ways to land for talks with Allies the end of the war and send the GIs home In an airport news Confd on Page 3 THE WEATHER Salvation Army Week Is Marked The observance of Salvation Cloudy and mild with scat tered showers today high In mid 60s to low 70s Fair and mild tonight low in the 40s Sunny and warmer Thursday high in the 70s Fridays out look sunny and warm confer ence he assured South Vietnam that the United States would stand fast in its basic objective The establishment of condi tions which assure that the Army Week Is under way in Hunt people of South Vietnam can ingdon County determine their own future Gordon W Haverstock chair unconditionally roan of the Huntingdon County This means Rogers said Board of Commissioners offi That the decision must not be cialiy proclaimed the week and The Saxton Lions Club stands tall in the worlds largest ser vice organization A seed planted in the Bedford County community 17 years ger minated and was the instrument whereby Lionism has helped millions of persons in India and dozens of other countries in Asia and Africa At Library Dedication Plans Are Discvissed The board of trustees of the Huntingdon County Library met yesterday to view the recent progress of the building pro gram Gordon W Haverstock chair man of the building committee announced that the plastering Is being completed but many fin islung touches remain to be made in botli buildings by the painters and the carpenters Carpet will be installed at a later date Charles B Burket chairman of the building fund campaign commented on the excellent re sponse by the contributors very few pledges have been billed and not yet paid In discussing the dedication of the new library Harold BBrum baugh chairman of the planning committee announced that a dedi cation luncheon tentatively sche duled for October 1969 has been placed under the arrangement of Mr and Mrs David Kunz James D Hunt will serve as publicity chairman and Mrs D Arthur Reese president of the Friends of the Library is organi zing the members of this group to take an active part in the plans for the dedication Mrs Robert Chilcote acting secretarytreasurer presented the financial report for the month of April Total receipts were S2416547 while expenditures Contd on Page 3 President Will Review Prospects For End Of War WASHINGTON UP Despite disavowals It will reveal any thing spectacular President Nixons television speech tonight on the prospects for Vietnam peace focused more attention on him titan at any time since his Inauguration An amazing story was told last evening by Noshir N Pundole of Bombay waen he spoke at the imposed in whole or in part Conf d on Page 5 Taxes To Remain Same Tussey Budget At Million urged countians to join him in honoring the organization The proclamation follows WHEREAS The Salvation Array shows concerned compas sion for the needy regardless of race creed national origin or color arid WHEREAS The Salvation Army through its religious and social service programs in our city and throughout the country daily assists young and old in overcoming the handicaps of material and spiritual depriva Saxton Lions Clubs 39thanniver sary Charter Night held at the Saxton Fire Hall Pundole a candidate for the of fice of third vice president of Lions International at the up coming Tokyo convention is the principal architect of Lion ism in India During a visit to the Saxton Lions Club in 1952 Pundole be came entranced with the new philosophy of community ser SAIGON vicfi hesawdemonsbratedinLion Red Rockets Strike Key Viet City rockets today bombarded Da Nang South Vietnams second largest city killing 22 persons and wounding 21 in what Hanoi Radio said was part of the drive to show the abundant fighting power of guerrilla Make Contd on Page 3 Mamie Will 111 Gettysburg Tussey Mountain Board of Edu on real estate a S3 per capita tion cation last evening gave tentative tax levied under Section 679 35 NOW THEREFORE I Gordon approval to a budget of per capita under Act 511 and a Haverstock Chairman of the l 6m smas for the wage tax of onehalf per cent on County Commissioners do hereby ool term Bases on anticipatea earned income proclaim the period of May 12 revemies for the coming year CALENDAR 18 1969 as Salvation Army not including ESEAjTitle 1 funds School calendar for 196970 Week in Huntingdon County and communiques said 10 mansized rockets blasted into Da Nang 360 miles north of YORK UPI Mrs Saigon before dawn many of Dwjght D Eisenhower says she into crowded probably will return from a were depermanent home on the farm stroyed at Gettysburg Pa The US command reported thought at first I wouldnt it is about higher than was adopted calling for an early do urge all citizens to join me to foHow UP want to stay there for more the budget for the current year opening and an early closing to in honoring this dedicated or battles from Tuesday Directors voted to continue next years term First student ganization and its representa wnjcj Communs s without increases the 55 mills rrnmri nn Tn lives in the county The life Contd on Page 12 salvos but disclosed tnan slx months but I have changed my mind now and I Contd on Page 3 Contd on Page 3 were killed boosting to more than 1000 the guerrilla death toll since Saturday Marines Lose 11 Men Two of the battles raged 30 miles from Saigon and six Contd on Page 12 Troops Are On Standby Near Campus National Guard troops re mained on standby near the Baton Rouge La campus of Southern University today after one of the most violent student police clashes in recent weeks A sitin in Massachusetts a campin in Missouri and a boycott in California highlighted student protests at other schools Former protesters were ar rested in Kentucky and New York and fortyfive jailed protesters were denied bail in New Hampshire and 109 were indicted in Tennessee State county and city police used 12guage shotguns loaded with tear gas pellets to break up the Southern University disturbance T u e s d a y Two students were treated at the school infirmary for removal of tear gas pellets from their legs and eight others for treatment of tear gas inhalation Seven teen persons were arrested as Contd on page 2 By the time Ntxon begins his nationwide address at 10 pm EOT he will have conferred with the top US officials both on the battlefield and the negotiating table Nixon cleared his ment calendar today and waited for the arrival of US Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge from the Paris talks Earlier this week Gen Creighton W Abrams US commander in Vietnam returned for his first conference with Nixon Private Meeting The White House said Lodge would meet privately with Nixon Thursday then sit in on a joint session of the National Security Council and the Cabinet for a further review of Vietnam policy He will fly back to Paris in time for the regular negotiating session with representatives from Hanoi and the National Liberation Front on Friday White House officials warned that Nixon will disclose major breakthroughs in his first formal report to the nation and will not announce any US troop withdrawals But they described Nixons talk as a major address with new material on Vietnam Nixon may use the occasion to respond to the NLFs 10 point peace proposal which is endorsed by Hanoi NLF Proposals The proposal calls for uncon ditional withdrawal of US forces without firm provisions Contd on Page 12 At Huntingdon Saxton Street Bid Awarded To EM Foster Bids for the 1969 summer street program in Saxton Boro ugh were opened in special session of council last evening Contract was awarded to E M Foster Huntingdon low bidder in the amount of Councilman Vernon Fluke conducted the session which was attended by councilmen Ralph Carbaugh Harry Notestine Th omas Stoler William Territo and Ralph Moore Also present were Secretary Susan Faith Elder Mayor Olin Horton Maintenance Foreman Homer Carbaugh and a visitor Woody Cornelius A number of items were dis cussed SGT N J SPALLONE Spallone Is Named Commander Sgt Nicholas J Spallone of Huntingdon a veteran State Po liceman will become commander of the Huntingdon substation on June 1 Spallone 46 a resident of Huntingdon will succeed Sgt Andrew S Mazak who is beinp transferred to Troop G head quarters in Hollidaysburg Max ak has been in command of th substation since April 4 1966 The transfers were listed o special orders issued today I Capt Earl OBergstrom th new Troop G commander Cpl Robert J Allen of He lidaysburg also is being tran ferred to Troop G headquarter effective May 19 He is beik succeeded at Huntingdon by Cp Contd on page 2 INSIDE THE NEWS Ann Landers 19 Along the Junjata15 Classified Ads 22 23 Comics 21 Crossword a 23 New of Yesteryear 23 Obituaries 2 Pennsylvania Story 24 Society Club 17 Sports4 5 Observance Is SetFor County Gordon W Haverstock seated chairman of the Huntingdon County Board of Commissioners presents a proclamation designating this weekas Salvation Army Week in Huntingdon County to Captain Sandra Ryan and Captain Joanne Henry Looking on isRobort Peters chairman of the Salvation Army Advisory Committee Promotion Is Success Nine Mount Union retailors met for a luncheon meeting on Tuesday afternoon at pm at Bill Swings Restaurant Chairman Luthor Parks pre sided during the regular monthly session Others in attendance were Mrs Anna Mary Leiglity Raymond Appleby Mrs Toni Boggs Robert McCoy Miss Jean Price Mrs Grace Knox Luke Rllcy and Max Reeder A generaldiscussion was held on the Spring into Summer pro motion igreec it wa s tremendous succiss It was decided rt this time that the banners all future promotions may be picked up at The Daily News office a couple days previous to the sale Contd on Page 3 County Sends 13 Men For May Induction Quota Huntingdon County sent 13 young men for induction Into the armed forces early today The man making up the May quota are pictured seated left to right Michael Komlf Jr Mount Union Robert Higglns Orblsonia Douglas Love Hunt ingdon Kenneth Ross Mapleton Depot and Bruce Weaverllng McMevys Fort Standing left to right Lewis Walte Three Springs Harrv McEirnth Sliirieysbure Eugene Gumbert Rob ertsdale George McMullen Shade Gap Donald Grubb Plne Ridge Huntingdon RD David Dell Shtrloysburg Rodnej ONeal Robertsdale Raymond Shade Huntingdon RD 3 VFW Commanderelect Charles Lindsay was present to greei the Inductees prior to their departure by bus for Now Cumhr land Army Depot   

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