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Daily News (Newspaper) - May 22, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania CLASSIFIED ADS DIAL MISS CLASSIFIED 6434040 or 5424641 WS State Library Education Building Ha r r i bn rp Pa 1 VOL 48 NINE CENTS HUNTINGDON ANDMOUNT UNION PA THURSDAY MAY 22 1969 PHONE 6434040 NO 96 Second Phase Of Floqd Control Is Bid At Nixon Plan Is Topic At Talks Dally News Harrisburg Bureau Construction of a second phase of a flood control program In Smlthfield Township will cost according to an unoffi cial low bid received yesterday afternoon by the General State Authority for the project Campaign Easter Seal Total Sets New Record PARIS United States expanded on President Nixons peace proposal today at the Vietnam talks for the first time comparing the plans eight points with an earlier proposal by the Viet Cong Chief US negotiator Henry Cabot Lodge told of the allied This bid under review by the approach as he entered the 18th session of the negotiations My speech takes the eight Two Astronauts Will Zoom Within Ten Miles Of Moon At Three Springs County Planners Meet Iii UF Drive authority was submitted by Row land G Tiracorda of Madera Four bids were received by the points of President Nixons state agency for the construe tion According to GSA officials the low bid for the current phase of the project was under the balance of remain speech and studied them In the light of the 10 points proposed by the Viet Congs National Liberation Froui he said It was the first detailed ing from the original allocation comparison of the rival peace of for the flood control plans since the Viet Cctog made to serve Huntingdon Ronald E Detwller Hunt ingdon chairman of the 1969 Easier Seal Campaign has an nounced a total to date of 16927 a recordbreaking drive figure for the Easter Seal Society for Crippled Children and Adults of Huntingdon County Chairman Detwiler gave his fine report at the regular bimonthly meeting of the directors of the society Monday evening In the society headquarters 401 Penn Street Huntingdon Last years drive total was close to and was a record breaker at that time Directors at Mondays meeting were high in their praise of Chairman Det wllers campaign total they appreciate such wholehearted support of their varied programs for the handicapped and recong nlzed that such a total could not have been reached unless1 county citizens firmly approve the Society An Increase each year In the overall drive total is essential if programs are to continue and expand With costs across the board rising as they are a 69 total the same as 68s would mean a curtailment of services The Increase will permit ex pansion Drive Breakdown Breakdown figures are as follows Special events and pro jects Including hoagie bake and food sales bakeless food sales Contd on Page 5 in Smithfield Town Its proposal May 8 and Nixons offered his May 14 Sources close to the meeting said there was optimism for progress But some diplomatic obser would be after Nixon meets South Vietnamese Pres program and areas ship The current phase of the pro Ject bid yesterday entails widen ing and relocating about 1300 feet of Crooked Creek from the vers felt little bridge on U S Route 22 over accomplished until that waterway to Juniata River Under the first phase which Ident Nguyen Van Thieu June 8 has been completed an impound on Midway Island ing dam about 800 feet long and 36 feet high was built south of US Route 22 embankment to store runoff water from Lilly Creek In that phase 1640 feet of 72 inch diameter concrete pressure conduit was Installed to convey water flows of Lily Creek from Route 22 to Juniata River and Raystown Ecology Survey Discussed Conservation and highways matters were discussed at county planning session last evening and the prospect of a Juniata Collegebased ecological survey to be run on the Raystown valley welcomed by the planners construction of a pumping sta Xuan Thuy North Vietnams chief negotiator rejected char ges by Defense Secretary Melvin R Laird that North Vietnam had treated downed US pilots brutally I wish to point out that these over our territory to execute orders of the American get ting good humanitarian and New Personnel Director Sworn At Southern tion west of Ninth Street in the medical treatment Thuy said Contd on Page 11 Confd on Page 2 Well Known Horticulturist Is Speaker Talk On Garden Design Is Given A short course in garden design was successfully crammed into an evenings talk at the Tuesday meeting of the S tanding Stone Garden Club by Mrs John F Dolheimer of Hollidaysburg well known horticulturist flower arranger and state federation official DALE G PETERSON Promoted To Branch Manager Maurice S Lansberry pres ident and chief executive officer of the Union National Bank and Trust Company today announced the promotion of Dale G Peter son of Three Springs to the position as branch manager of the banks Three Spring office Peterson has been associated with banking since November f 1963 and previously served as fouryear term In that post Chairman Hiram Reynolds sided at the session which was attended by planners William R Shaffer Edward F Harry Fran cis W Kemp Horace R Ross David K Goodman Harry Gensi more James Love Commis sioner James DiCosimo Mrs Richard Langdon of the League of Women Voters and Dr Rob ert L Fisher biologist of Juni ata College Dr Fisher and Joseph Me Mullen biology and science teacher at Juniata Valley High School have accepted appoint ments to the planning commis sions subcommittee on conser vation chaired by Francis Kemp Confd on Page 2 JOHN B KUNZ Lee V Madden Three Springs Star Route was sworn In as a member of the Southern Hunt ingdon County Board of Edu cation last evening to finish the term of George Stutters Stul lers had resigned as he is moving from the area The term will expire at the end of this year In compliance with the school code election of a treasurer o 1 OQ was made for the coming year ill oCnCl Eugene Ulsh of the Community State Bank Orblsonla Charles Peterson school board secre tary was reelected to another Draft Board TTI f OF assistant branch manager of the Three Springs office FACULTY CHANGES Three members were added Huntingdon County Draft Board No 75 today was ordered to send 28 registrants for pre indue physical examinations on A native of that area the new to the school faculty last even Wednesday June 11 ing Contracts were accepted Orders directing the men to Ijy Jay VDotierty metal Tshbp reportat arii on that date structor and assistant football are being placed In the mail to day Selective Service officials Contd on Page 2 Contd on Page H THE WEATHER Increasing cloudiness and mild today high in the upper 60s and low 70s Mostly cloudy with chance of scattered show ers developing tonight low in the upper 40s and the 50s Friday mostly cloudy and mild with chance of scaltered show ers high in the 70s Outlook for Saturday partly cloudy and a little cooler Almost 60 members of the new organization attended the meet Ing In the St James Lutheran Church social hall It was opened with an important business session bylaws were accepted after a second reading by Mrs Orville Dore and officers were elected following the report of the nominating committee read by Mrs Richard Wisotzkey chair man Serving with her wereMrs Rogna Leabhart and Mrs Ralph Kauffman At the Peoples Choice meeting on election night these new officers were voted into office with popular approvals president Mrs WJamesAnder son vicepresident Mrs Dore recording secretary Mrs John Port Corresponding secretary Mrs Lewis Greene and surer Richard Wisotzkey Mr Wisotzkeys membership report was heard with great interest previous to Tuesday night 64 memberships had been received Nine more persons joined that ship continues open A lively plant sale preceded the meeting and continued through the social hour As some plants were brought by members other pur CConfd on Page 5 branch manager is active in com munity He is a member and secretary of the Three Springs Lions club has worked with the Little League In the area and has served as secretary of the Three Springs Borough Council for the past three years parafjp fVmplerv Prnvram He has been furthering his ed raraqe lemeicry i rogram ucatton through the American Institute of Banking Central Pennsylvania Chapter Lewis town and is a graduate of the Carnegie Series of human re lations courses Peterson was associated with the Pennsylvania Department of Highways District 9 at Hollidays burg serving with Its engineering and surveying corps for seven years before becoming assoc iated with the banking fraternity He and his wife Mildred are the parents of one son Allen Mount Union To Observe Holiday Memorial Day May 30 1969 our nation will once again as semble to honor its heroic dead Mount Unions annual Memorial Day observance will begin at 10 am on Friday May 30 with a patriotic parade through the borough streets and on to the IOOF Cemetery Two Cars On Piney Ridge The parade will form the Municipal Park at am and move promptly at 10 am The New Post Kunz Will Head Major Gifts Area John B Kunz vice president of the J B Kunz Company has been named to direct the major gifts division of the 196970 Uni ted Fund Campaign The Reverend Francis Acker son general chairman of the countywide appeal for eleven voluntary health and welfare agencies said Kunz and a selec ted group of volunteers will carry out a special solicitation effort among 20 area corporations and organizations The major gifts division will concentrate oncorpoVate gifts and the development of vigorous employe campaigns towards the objective of increasing the po tential of support Leaders of labor and management within the firms will receive intensified training and preparation over the next several weeks A new pro gram for progress toward In creased support will be intro duces by Kunz and his team of volunteers The major gifts division cam paign will precede the general countywide effort to be conducted in October It Is hoped that the results attained will be a stim ulus to other campaign divisions in the general drive to approach their assignments with the aim of achieving similar success Preparing For Landing In 59 Days SPACE CENTER Houston Thomas P Stafford and Eugene A Cernan dive down today for mans closest look at the moon an empty land of sun glare and earth glow Americans plan to explore in 59 days The most dangerous space operation ever tried will leave the third man of the Apollo 10 expedition John W Young orbiting 69 miles above the moon in the command space ship and send his companions zooming less than 10 miles over the lunar surface in a landing craft Stafford was ready After his first look at the moons ragged mountains Wednesday he ex claimed eagerly Its going to be a real kick tomorrow from 50000 feet The 16hour day is the highlight of the eightday Apollo 10 mission On its success or failure hang US plans to land two Apollo 11 astronauts on the moon July 20 Wakeup time for the astro nauts was am EDT At Contei on Page 2 10 procession will travel west on Market Street south on Jeffer t son east on Shirley to Division A f 111 Tl 1 fit 1 SfrfPt finirtti on TMvlsInn Street Two vehicles were damaged a total of in an accident Wednesday afternoon on Piney Ridge at the intersection of Leg Street south on Division Street to the cemetery An appropriate memorial cere mony will be conducted at the cemetery with W Brady Hetrlck of Lewistown state assembly man delivering the address These ceremonies are being INSIDE THE NEWS Jslative Routes 31085 and 31037 conducted by the Joint efforts about seven miles south of Hunt Ingdon no person was Injured In the mishap State Police said Lillian Bur rell Hall 27 PO Box 125 of the Mount Union Simpson Hunt Post No 107 American Legion and the Veterans of Foreign Wars Blue Juniata Post No 5754 Presently David Knox Is Filled President John N Stauffer of Juniata College today announced the appointment of Thomas B4 Robinson to the newly created post of administrative assistant In addition Robinson who is a 1966 graduate of Juniata will hold the faculty rank of instructor in psychology Dr Stauffers announcement Ann Landers 8 Classified Ads 16 t 17 Comics 15 Crossword 17 Editorials 6 Obituaries 2 Pennsylvania Story 6 Society Club 12 Sportsa 4 Sunday School 7 126 Units Of Blood Collected One hundred twenty sis units of blood were donated during a visit of the mobile unit from Johnstown Regional Blood Center to Huntingdon on Wednes day This total surpassed the quota of 110 by 16 units The Frank P Hommon Post No 24 American Legion and La dles Auxiliary of Huntingdon sponsored the May visit Serving as chairmen of solicitations were Chester Peterson and Mrs Naomi Glasgow Originally 148 persons were scheduled to visit the blood col lection unit in the Huntingdon Community Center between noon and 6 pjn but 42 persons failed to keep appointments There were 33 walkIns 18 firsttime donors and 74 persons giving blood as replenishment for that used by area persons dur ing hospital stays Thirteen per sons were rejected for medical reasons Multiple donors yesterday included the following Cloyd Smith two gallon Shirley Davis and Iva L Yoder three gallon John Satta five gallon and Ann Rhlnesmith seven gallon Blood replenishments were provided by the following don ors Robert W Glenny Dennis M Contd on Page 11 Bryson City N C was south is Legion commander and Harry stressed the importance of mak bound on LR 31085 at IrfO pjn Rinker Is commander of the VFW ing own consultation with operating a 1968 Ford sedan Post She failed to halt at the thru The program at the cemetery Contd on Page 11 Contd on Page 11 Dedication To Highlight Memorial Day Observance available for students and facuity and for fund raising The appointment is aimed Dr Stauffer said at achieving some of the educational improve ments that we know must be accomplished during the nextfew years Expressing his confidence in Contd on Page 11 Egyptians Claim Downing Of Israeli Jet Fighter Take Over INew Responsibilities Stepping into places of responsibility for the Standing Stone Garden Club are the new organi zations first officers back row left to right Mrs W James Anderson president Mrs John Port recording secretary and Mrs Lewis Greene corresponding secretary Mrs Orville Dore front center is the clubs vicepresident and Richard Wisotzkey Is treasurer Mrs Olive Llt zenberger holds the clubs of the Month traveling plaque The attractive plaque to be awarded monthly to a garden of distinction in the greater Huntingdon area was designed by Mrs Anderson and executed by her husband V Shirleysburg Borough resi dents will hold a double observance on May 30 as they highlight the festivities marking Memorial Day with a dedication and ribbon cutting for the com munitys new water system Senator D Elmer Kawbaker will be the keynote speaker and a number of state officials reg ional and local dignitaries and members of Shir leys burgs gov ernment and water authority are expected to ba present Included in the list are Rep Orville E Snare Stephen V Heine engineer for the project Glenn Deardorf of Fayetteville Construction contractor Robert Myers and Fred Haentze of FHA Arthur Eriksen well driller Frank Chesney president of Shir leysburg Borough Council and Preston Souders president of its municipal authority Larry Anesko field representative with the state Department of Com merce and the Rev Luther Fraz ier of Mount Union The dedication services for the water1 system will be held at the well sight one quarter mile east of the borough along the Dark Hollow Road Peter H B Norton will serve as emcee for the ceremonies which are expected to begin at 2 pm Following the dedication a Memorial Day parade is planned with units from the Mount Union Fire Company OrbisoniaJlock hill Fire Company Boy Scouts Girl Scouts 4H and the Mount Contd on Page 11 Memorial Day Events Planned At Alexandria A special service observing Memorial Day will be held at Christ Church United Church of Christ Alexandria at 11 ajn Sunday May 25 Dr C B Marsteller host pastor will be the speaker for the morning Alexandria residents will also decorate the graves of service men on that day Events on Memorial Day Fri day May 30 will include a short dedication service followed by a Contd on Page 11 Egyptian planes shot down one of six Israeli Jet fighters that violated Egyptian air space over the Red Sea and chased the others away today Cairo radio said It was the second air battle In as many days The broadcast quoted milita ry spokesmen as saying the Arab pilots intercepted the Israeli aircraft over Gharda qah dueled in a dogfight and sent one Israeli plane plunging Into the sea The Egyptian planes safely returned to base Cairo radio said Wednesdays air battle oc curred over the Suez Canal Israel said two Egyptian MIG2ls were shot down in dogfights with a third de stroyed by a groundtoair missile Egypt denied losing any planes and said its pilots blasted one Israeli aircraft over Qantara In Tel Aviv Israeli Premier Golda Meir said another Middle East war would break out if her country gave up the Arab lands it occupied in the 1967 conflict She reiterated her govern ments opposition to withdrawal Contd on Page 2 Day Gannp is for Working Together Register GlRlSCcCff DM CMP AT
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