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   Daily News (Newspaper) - June 7, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                CLASSIFIED ADS DIAL MISS CLASSIFIED 6434040 or 5424641 THE DAILY NEWS State Library Education Building VOL 48 NINE CENTS PER COPY HUNTINGDON and MOUNT UNION SATURDAY JUNE 7 1969 PHONE 6434040 NO 110 Pulls Advisers Together For Talks Oh Happy Day School Is Out This was the scene throughout the Huntingdon School System on Friday as the 196869 school term came to a close These students at the William Smith Elementary School in Huntingdon Borough were only too glad to ham it up for the Daily News photographer on the final day of the school year 300 Delegates UCC Meet To Be Held At Juniata Three hundred delegates are expected attend the seventh annual nv tiiiig of the Penn West Conference United Church of Christ on the campus of Juniata College June 810 The Penn West Conference comprises 198 local con gregations with more than 38000 members of the United Church of Christ of Western Pennsy lvania The conference offices are located in Greensburg The main thrust of the meet ing will be looking at the church as it relates itself to mission in our day In order that the delegates might get a clearer picture of the role of the church time periods will be spent dis cussing involvement on the de nominational conference assoc iation and local level of church life Speakers for the conference will include the Rev Reuben A Contd on Page 2 Holds Convention This Weekend ADA Preparing To Expose Nixon WASHINGTON UPl Americans for Democratic Action set out today to expose what it regards as faults of the Nixon ad ministration and to prepare for the next great forward thrust in liberal social management Never friendly to President Nixon the ADA this weekend is holding its 22nd annual conven first since Nixons election ADA National Chairman John Kenneth Galbraith the Harvard economist and former ambassa dor to India said resolutions to be discussed today would deal with some and standards of conduct for public ignored at ADA conventions In his chairmans report to the opening session Friday night Galbraith said the Nixon administration was repeating the errors of the Johnson administration in Vietnam and was guilty of dangerous inac tion on domestic problems w ADA will continue to de lineate and expose this inade quacy and with other like minded groups prepare the way for the next great forward thrust in liberal social manage ment he said In reference to Vietnam Galbraith said from now on we will have to say its Mr Nixons war Although the forefront of US critics of the Vietnam War Gal braith said that it must give more attention to foreign policy Another goal of liberalism he said must be to attack Contd on Page 2 Father Of 3 Seamen Out Of Hospital LYNCH Neb Sage father of three brothers lost in a ship collision was expected to be released from a hospital today after recovering from exhaustion and strain Sage of Niobrara Neb was hospitalized here late day a day after his sons Radarman 3jC Gregory Allen 21 Boatswains Mate 2jCGary Contd on Page 2 Fire Destroys Big House Trailer In Mount Union A house trailer located on Hal ley Street in Mount Union Bor ough was completely destroyed by fire that was first reported about 10 pm last evening Members of the Mount Union Volunteer Fire Company respond ed to the alarm in the 40 foot Lighthouse trailer owned by Mr and Mrs Charles Reeder The 1958 house trailer was tenanted by Earl Norrls Fire Chief Fred Appleby re ported that the trailer was a total loss but noted that it was covered by insurance A total of 31 men responded to the alarm and brought two pumpers the squad truck and ambulance to the scene Appleby directed the efforts of the firemen assisted by Roy Whltsel assistant chief along with Captain Dave Cresswell and Lt Jerry Shapiro The firemen used 150 feet of booster line and 150 feet of one and onehalf inch line to quell the blaze The fire was of undetermined origin McGovern Has Warning For Liberals WASHINGTON UPl George S McGovern DSD has warned the 1970 election could leave Senate liberals weaker than any time since the 1950s and possibly even the 1920s He has launched a fund raising cirive for 14liberal Democratic senators up for re election next yefuv He said their opponents would Ix well financed In letters mailed out Mc Govern listed Senate Democratic Leader Mike Mansfield Mont Asst Democratic Leader Edward M Kennedy Mass and Sens Quentin N Burdick NUD Albert Gore Term Philip A Hart Mich Eugene J Mc Carthy Minn Gale McGee Wyo Frank E Moss Utah Edmund S Muskie Maine William Proxmire Wis Joseph D Tydings Md Harrison A Williams NJ Ralph W Yarhorough Tex Stephen M Young Ohio and others In all 25 Democratic senators are up for reelection next year The Democrats control the Senate 5743 A shift of eight senators would give control to Contd on Page 12 President Is Flying To Hawaii SAN CLEMENTE Calif Nixon today marshalled his top foreign policy and military advisers in Hawaii for Sundays descent upon Midway Island and a summit conference with South Vietnamese President Nguyen Van Thieu The President planned to conclude his workandrest stay in California and fly to Honolulu at 10 am PDT today With the President in Air Force One was his principal Vietnam adviser Dr Henry Kissinger White House assi stant for national security affairs and the Nixon family The family will remain on Honolulu Sunday when the Chief Executive departs for his sixhour session on Midway Officially Nixon and Thieu are flying thousands of miles from opposite ends of the world to a small coral atoll in the middle of thePacific so that they can get to know each Contd on Page 2 INSIDE THE NEWS Along The Juniata5 Ann Landers7 Church3 Classified Ads 10 11 Comics9 Crossword 11 Social Club 8 Sports4 5 Rung 6 Aftermath Of Fire In Mount Union FCC Gives Outline For Hiring WASHINGTON the first such action by a federal regulatory agency the Federal Communications Com mission FCC has told the nations broadcasters to stop racial discrimination in hiring The rule which has the force of law seemed certain to be tested in the US Circuit Court of Appeals and eventually the Supreme Court The FCC at the same time Friday proposed that broadcast ers with five or more employes every station in the plans for af fording equal hiring opportuni ties Contd on Page 2 Fay Tribute In Memory Of Teache 1H Students of Mrs Helen Hooper Hawn a fourth grade teacher at the William Smith Ele mentary School who passed away during the 196869 school term paid tribute to her memory at ceremonies yesterday morning With money contributed by her students and fellow teachers a Japanese cherry tree was purchased and planted Taking part in the ceremonies were left to right Scott Nier Christine Wagner Jay Shuck and Beth Fortney all students of Mrs Hawn Also shown are Gerald Beaver who placed the tree for the youngsters and Thomas Rupert building principal Police Are Spurred By Rogers Comment MOUNT UNION Volunteer Firemen Inspect the charred ruins of this 40 foot house trailer on Halley Street In the borough after it was gutted by flames last evening It first was feared that the occupant of the trailer was in it when the fire broke out but this proved false Judge Hears Two Cases Judgs Arnold D Smorto of Cambria County presidyd at a sassion of Huntingdon County Court yenterday and ponetsridtwo domestic relations cases rched uled for his consideration The Barnesboro jurist heard the cases since Judge R erle Heffner had been involved in them as private counsel before he was named to the bench last Dec 23 Roy DeWayne Pheasant 110 Vest Shirley Street Mount Union was brought into court on a nonsupport charge filed by his wife Miriam Eileen Phaasait Saltillo Pheasant was directed to pay for the support of his wife the prosecutrix and one child at the rate of SOO per month pay ments to be made to the probation department The defendant a re tireeAir Force veteran also was ordered to pay the costs ant to pay for hospital and health insurance coverage for his wife and child In the second case the visit ing judge heart ractsonapetition for tte reduction of a support order in the case of Common wealth vr Christ Bohn Hoover PC Box 328 Huntingdon The prosecutrix In the case was Patsy Hoover 206 Crawford Apart ments Huntingdon the former wife of the defendant An order issued on Jan 16 1968 directed Hoover to paySrO per month for the support oi Ms two minor children After hearing much testimony in the case Judge Smorto directad Moover operator of a tractortrailer rig to pay at the rate of per week for the support of his two children He also was directed to pay the costs Contd on Page 2 Without Suspects OCEAN CITY N J4 State police were without any prime suspects today in the baf fling murder of two college coeds which has struck fear into many women in this sea shore resort Some boarding houses report ed a number of young college girls who normally would stay for the summer had checked out Streets and beaches are less crowded after dark The murders May 30 of Susan Davis of Camp Hill Pa and Elizabeth Perry of Excelsior Minn both 19 stunned this community founded by Metho dist missionaries where blue laws still prevent the sale of liquor The girls were killed about 6 a m autopsy reports re vealed but their bodies were not discovered until three days later in a wooded area off the Garden State Parkway The last suspect was a loag haired youth from Norristown Pa who allegedly made sus Contd on Page 12 Divorce Is Topic At Paris Parley PARIS UPI Secretary of State William P Rogers state rnent the United States is not wedded to any Saigon govern ment brought talk about marriage and divorce from Viet Coig officials at the Paris talks What we want is that they should be divorced Viet Cong spokesman Tran Hoai Nam said Friday night referring to the United States and the present South Vietnamese regime Mrs Nguyen Thi Binh deputy leader of the Viet Cong delegation had a different point of view on the USSaig0n relationship They are more than mar ried she said seeing that the Americans continue to support Thieu Ky and Huong The reference was to President Nguyen Van Thieu Vice President Nguyen Cao Ky and Premier Tran Van Huong The statements came as the Viet Cong delegation officials greeted their chief Tran Buu Kiem on his return from visits Contd on Page 2 Names Dixie Reese Fire Queen Miss Dixie Lee Reese a peppy brunette with sparkling brown eyes won the title of McCon nellstown Fire Queen Miss Reese the daughter of Mr and Mrs Flwood Reese Huntingdon RD 1 will grad uate from Huntingdon Area High School on Saturday June 7 On Monday siie will begin nurses training at Fhilipsburg State Hospital Philipsburg Students at HAHS selected Dixie as their 196869 Athletic Miss Reese was also active in Choralairs a choral group and on the yearbook staff at school She also participated In girls field hockey and basketball Miss Reese who enjoys horse back riding will compete for the county title of Fire Queen at Contd on Page 2 Walkout Is Possible At Summit MOSCOW possi bility of a walkout from communisms world summit meeting arose today following a series of antiChina speeches and protests against them by Romanian delegates The SinoSoviet feud flared into the open for the first time at the summit during Fridays second day when at least four speakers from the 75 parties attending the congress den ounced the Mao Tsetung regime President Nicolae Ceausescu of Romania who walked out of a summit preparatory meeting last year responded to the criticism of China with a warning any more such attacks could be dangerous to the success of the conference But a short time later three more speakers ignored the Romanians warning and spoke against nationalism and anti Sovietism of China which is leading a boycott of the summit Ceausescu made no apparent response to the later speeches Contd on Page 2 THE WEATHER DIXIE LEE REESE Variable cloudiness with scattered showers andthun dershowers today tonight and Sunday The high both days in the 70s and low 80s The low tonight In the 60s Out look for Monday continued mild with chance of showers   

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