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   Daily News (Newspaper) - June 2, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                CLASSIFIED ADS DIAL MISS CLASSIFIED 6434040 or 5424641 THE DAILY NEWS State Library Education Building HarrisbmR Pa 171P6 VOL 48 NINE CENTS PER COFV HUNTINGDON and MOUNT UNION MONDAY JUNE 2 1969 PHONE 6434040 NO 105 Communists Hold Key Vote Bloc In France 230 Get Degrees At Juniata Commencement Over 1800 Attend Sundays Program On College Hill Dr John N Stauffer president of Juniata College conferred degrees upon 230 candidates yesterday at the 93rd annual com mencement exercises on the Juniata campus Dr Leland Miles president ol Alfred University and a 1946 Juniata alumnus gave tne main address to the gathering of more than 1800 students alumni and parents on hand DrMiles spoke on Five Classics onCcnscience Versus Law Dr Stauffer in addition to awarding 78 bachelor of arts degrees and 152 bachelor ol science degrees conferred the honorary degree of doctor of letters on Dr Miles iJr John The Huntingdon County Board C Baker chairman of the board Election Nominees Certified of Elections has completed the official certification of nominees for the General Election to be held Tuesday Nov 4 The General Certificate of Re sult of votes cast at the Pri mary Election on May 20 for ward borough and township of fices is signed by Judge Arnold D Smorto of Cambria County and the elections board which includes Commissioners Gordon W Haverstock Henry C Me Camant and James DiCosimo The nominees for the ward borough and township offices fol low with the exception of con tests and results which were earlier reported in news stories at the time of the balloting The Republican Party candi dates will appear first on thei General Election ballots The nominees reported from the official certificate follow REPUBLICAN Alexandria Judge of election Mildred Chenoweth inspector of election Madaline M Frazer imayor Roy M Shirk auditor lEleanor G Mickey tax collector Pearl Phillips assessor Isaac Frazer councilman Hubert Conf d on Page 5 of trustees of Juniata presided at the exercises Dr Donald MRockwell dean of academic affairs presented the candidates for degrees The 230 degrees awardedcoupled with an additional 36 degrees to be awarded in August surpasses the 1968 figure of degree granted Paul M Heberling associate professor of sociology was awarded as the outstand ing professor The nominations for this award are made by alumni students and faculty with Dr Donald M Rockwell serving as chairman of the selection com mittee Contd on Page 16 Pompidou Poher Are Matched In Runoff Election PARIS UPI A surprisingly strong bloc of nearly 5 million Communist votes held the possible key today in determining whether Georges Pompidou or Alain Poher will be Frances next president Pompidou premier for six years under Charles de Gaulle and Poher the acting president will vie in a runoff June 15 for the office de Gaulle vacated a month ago Pompidou 57 ran on a Gaullism without de Gaulle platform and won 441 per cent of the vote in Sundays presidential election 6 per cent Seniors Hear Talk On Success Making a Success of Life shy of the majority that would was the title a challenging have given him the presidency message delivered last evening the early favorite during the annual baccalaureate service held in the Juniata a political valley High School cafetorium 2 Cvele Riders Hurt In Wreck At Birminirliam Two Clearfield County motor cycle riders were InjuredSunday afternoon in an accident on Route 350 in Warriors Mark Township 400 feet south of Birmingham The two were treated at the Ty rone Hospital and then released State Police at Huntingdon said John H Kuhn 27 of Ramey and Richard L Zimmerman 28 Box 363 Houtzdale RD 1 were southbound at pm riding side by side on 1968 Hondas Contd on Page 12 Promotions Announced Nine faculty promotions were announced during commencement exercises yesterday by President John N Stauffer of Juniata College Three were promoted to full professor Dr Howard H Crouch Dr J Peter Trexler and Dr Dale L Wampler Promoted to associate profes sors were Bruce A Hirsch Klaus Kipphan Dr William E Russey and Dr Robert H Washbiirn William L Hofelt Jr and Jack G Troy were moved from in structor to assistant professors Dr Crouch joined the Juniata faculty in 1963 He has been active in community theatre as well as sports and music A native of Trumbull Co Ohio he graduated from the Ohio State University where he earned his Ph D in education He is dir ector of the Juniata Student teaching program Dr J Peter Trexler joined Contd on Page 12 Area Graduates At Juniata College These 19 area rosicfens were among the 230 graduates at Juniata College yesterday They include left to right top row Larry Fisher Hesston RD 1 James Robinson Huntingdon LynnKagariseHuntingdon RandyKriepp Mount Union and Kenneth Hess Huntingdon Row two Elizabeth Snnderland Mount Union James Muir Huntingdon Carl Potc Huntingdon RD 2 Mark Hoffman Huntingdon Robert Freeburn Huntingdon Richard Feinstein Huntingdon Third row Robert Baker Alexandria Elizabeth Shaffer Huntingdon RD 1 William Harshharger Huntingdon Anne Harshbarger Huntingdon David Hooper Huntingdon and Donald Walker Huntingdon Fourth row Randy Oeffnor Hunting don He was against Poher Poher at 60 unknown until he took over Guest speaker was the Rev W when de Gaulle resigned won Wade Miller pastor of the Bethel 233 per cent of the vote less McAlevys Fort United Pres than public opinion polls had byterian Churches predicted one of the highlights of The surprise Sunday was the evening was an impress veteran Communist Jacques ive candlelighting ceremony held Duclos at 72 powerful enough at the close of the service in which to command 214 per the graduating class participated nearly 5 million of the 2262 64 61 Mr Millfir his thoughts votes cast Scripture from Romans Not expected to finish nearly j B translation Dont so strong Duclos now stands as led world sllUeeze you into apparent kingmaker Contd on Page 12 28 Killed On State Highways In kittle Floor Action Due In Congress Missionary Burger Hearings Campaign WASHINGTON UPI Members of Congress straggled back to Capitol Hill today after a long Memorial Day weekend The start of confirmation hearings for Chief Justice designate Warren E Burger highlights another week of quiet work and little floor action Burger chosen by President House Opens Long Hard Work Outstanding Professor Is Named Coveted Award Is Given Heberling Paul M Henerllng associata professor of sociology was th2 recipient of the second annual Juniata Colloge outstanding prof essor award announced at commencement exercises yesterday The popular former dean of men at Juniata was presented the award of by President John N Stauffer who expressed his pleasure at the choice and said Professor HehorHng rep resents those groat teachers who have helped give Juniata Its fine academic reputation The outstanding professor award was established last yor by Mr and Mrs Donovan R Beachley Sr and Mr and Mrs D R Beachley Jr all of Hag erstown Md Mr BeachJey Cr is finance chairman of tho Juniata Colege hoard of trustees and Mr Reachley Jr is president of th Beachley Furniture Co of Hagerstcwn Based upon nomina tions by faculty students and a PARIS Cong officials at the Vietnam talks have begun a major missiona ry campaign in Communist nations to shore up both moral and material support for their cause an allied official said today The official close to the South Vietnamese delegation pointed to the current trip to Cuba of Viet Cong Foreign Minister Tran Buu Kiem as an example Cuba is one of the nations with diplomatic rela tions with the Viet Cong Kiem was the latest Commu nist figure to leave the talks HARRISBURG UPI The since the National Liberation House Monday begins what its Front political arm of Barters hope is a long fruitful lajlds ln the far West the Viet Cong presented its 10 designed to clear the leg saad point peace plan to American isiative decks of nonfiscal mat and South Vietnamese negotia ters in preparation for t h e tors last month looming battle of the budget The NLFs deputy negotiator Majority Floor Leader K Le t Madame Nguyen Thi Binh has roy Irvis Pittsburgh Demo cKml nghts the visited London and Stockholm crat said the chamber would to speak for the Fronts cause meet three and possibly four in Western nations as well days this week in an effort to Other officials have gone to purge the calendar of anything Budapest Algiers and Prague irrelevant to the problems of spokesman Tran Hoi the factapproaching 196970 fis Damage In Shope Fire The hot rays of the sun were blamed today for a 15000 fire on Saturday afternoon which de stroyed the shopstorage ware house owned by Ellsworth D Shope Smithfield building con tractor The structure located on Pine for its mold but let God remold your minds Prove that Gods plan is the best plan for your life We should not allow the world to claim our lives but rather God said the speaker and in this way we can make life worthwhile worthy and servicable He continued The world is trying to draw us on one hand and God on the other and we must make up our own minds as to who is going to have our lives God has a plan for our lives and Contd on Page 12 Jn Crash Nixon tosucceed Warren Street just off Mount Vernon after the Supreme Court ends Avenue its current session this month was to appear Tuesday before a friendly but cautious Senate Judiciary Committee on his first step toward confirmation as Chief Justice the flames that it is beyond re pair Shope said today that he will rebuild immediately Fire Chief KennethDunlapsaid the loss was 57000 to the one Twentyeight persons were killed in accidents in Pennsyl vania during the 78hour day weekend period that started at 6 pm Thursday and ended last midnight Fifteen of the victims died in traffic mishaps nine persons drowned and four lost their lives in miscellaneous acciTeener dents Among the victims were two young men who died in motor cycle accidents Dwayne Miller 22 of Erie was killed Sunday when he was thrown from a skidding motor cycle on wet pavement about 11 miles south of Erie Nicholas Romano 28 of Ev on in Chester County was killed Saturday when his motor cycle struck the rear of an auto near Lancaster Thomas Hogue 18 who store frame complex and 38000 would nave graduated Wednes Reies LopezTijerina leader to the equipment and contents day from Richland High School of a MexicanAmerican organiShope told Dunlap there was a zation claiming rights to limited amount of insurance Smithfield and Huntingdon fire men battled the fire for 30 minutes before it was under con tro Efficient work by the volun teer firefighters prevented loss to other nearby buildings umnl the selection was made by a special committen headed by Contd on Page 12 NLF Nam another deputy negotia tor is in Bucharest The allied official said he saw signs the trips of top NLF officials could be designed to counter growing resentment against giveaway programs to North Vietnam in Eastern bloc countries The Soviet Union he said Contd on Page 12 THE WEATHER PAUL HEBERLING Partly cloudy and warm with scattered showers and thundershowers today high in the 80s Cloudy and cooler with a chance of light rain or driz zle tonight low near cooler with scattered showers Tuesday high in the 60s Out look for Wednesday mostly cloudy and continued cool cal year The Senate meanwhile took the day off so its members would not have to be on the highways for the end of the Memorial Day weekend traffic rush Current plans are for the Senate to meet Tuesday Wed nesday and Thursday Also due back in the capitol Tuesday is Gov Raymond P Shafer who spent last week on a foreign trade mission in South America David O Maxwell former state insurance commissioner officially assumes new duties today as the state budget sec retary succeeding Arthur F Sampson who resigned in fa vor of a federal post M a x walls problems are immense and immediate The Shafer Administrations proposal for a billion gen Contd on Page 12 he would appear at the committee hearing and try to make a citizens arrest of Burger who he said is guilty of conspiracy to violate the and the Capitol police were aware of Tijerinas plan but apparently unconcerned I dont think one man will cause a whole lot of trouble said Capt James T Trollirger Well talk with the chairman and see what actions he wants taken Senate reaction to Burgers nomination has been generally favorable so far But both the committee and the Senate leadership promised careful review of the nominee a judge Contd on Page 121 Contd on Page 14 in Cambria County was among the drowning victims Sunday Authorities said Hogue and another youth tried to swim across a dam near Ebensburg but he saw he couldnt make it and headed back Hogue went under and efforts of his companion to rescue him failed A Huntingdon teenager was in jured on Saturday afternoon in a twocar accident on Cold Spring Road in Oneida Township 15 miles North of Huntingdon Nancy Louise Stover 16 of 1830 Washington Street Hunting don was northbound on Legisla tive Route 31048 at pm driving a 1962 Chevrolet sedan Miss Stover attempted to make a left turn into Legislative Route 31107 the old Petersburg Pike and in so doing pulled into the path of a 1965 Chevrolet sedan operated by Jane L March 21 of 1139 East Poplar Street York The crash occurred in the southbound traffic lane atop a hill Both operators were tra velling upgrade as they approa Contd on Page 12 INSIDE THE NEWS Ann Landers 7 Classified ads14 15 Comics13 Crossword15 Editorials 6 Society Club10 5 Through These Doors 3 Smithfield Biiildinir Destroved By Flames The shop and warehouse of E D Shope Smithfield building contractor was damaged in a fire on Saturday afternoon Blaze started in rear of onestory frame structure and spread rapidly throughout building Shope will rebuild structure   

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