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Daily News (Newspaper) - June 9, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania PAGE 12 THE DAILY NEWS Monday June 9 1969 Withdrawal Is Called Tokenism WASHINGTON UPISen George S McGovern DSD says President Nixons nounced plans to withdraw 25000 American troops from Vietnam is tokenism But other congressional reaction was guarded or favorable It kind of fits the advance prediction McGovern said Sunday I dont see that as anything more than token action It doesnt fundamentally change the character ofour involvement Its a very very small reduction one that I am grateful for but I dont regard that as a fundamental change In our policy he said McGovern who has called for withdrawal of US forces from Vietnam said former Defense Secretary Robert S McNamara on a trip to Vietnam two years ago expressed the opinion American forces there were swollen beyond what was actually needed Therefore the notion of withdrawing 25000 or even 50000 troops to me is tote nlsm McGovern said In contrast House GOP Leader Gerald R Ford of Michigan said the announce was good news He said it Is undoubtedly the first of a series of steps aimed at giving greater and greater responsibi lity to the South Vietnamese Sen John Stennis chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee and a supporter of a hardline policy in Vietnam said he was pleased Nixon thinks he can withdraw the troops Im really not surprised Stennis said Im really not too hopeful the South Vietna mese forces will be able to rapidly assume this burden of fighting and be effective 1 wouldnt think it is merely tokenism but I do think the President is feeling his way Stennis said Sen J William Fulbrlght D Ark chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee and long a critic of US involvement in Vietnam said he would not have any comment until he had studied the text at the communique issued by Nixon and South Vietnamese President Nguyen Van Thieu at the conclusion of their Midway talk Leaders At Annual UCC Meet In Huntingdon LOOKING FOR A GIFT FOR DAD THEN STOP LOOKING HERE IT IS A Full Years Club Membership Gives Pleasure and Satisfaction Master Membership 300 S H Green Stamps Pick Up His Membership Today at The Office The Huntingdon County Motor Club Inc at 2124th St Phone 6431030 FOR THE BRIDE CLARAS FLOWERS SAXTON Ph 6352111 ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY FATHERS DAY IS JUNE 15th TOWNCRAFT ROBES THE IDEAL GIFT 598 Shawl Collor Style Two Deep Pockets In A Regular Yeor Around Weight Machine Washable and Easy To Care For Choose From Assorted Ploids In Blue Red Green or Gold Sizes SMLXL Leaders of the Penn West Conference of the United Church of Christ paused for this photo last evening prior to the operu ing session of the seventh annual meeting being held in Hunt ingdon Pictured left to right TheSevpaul LWestcoat Jr assistant conference minister Dr Russell C Eroh assistant conference minister the Rev Luther Heist pastor of Huntingdon Abbey Church host minister the Rev Horace S Sills con ference minister Mrs fi Roy Gorman conference moderator the Rev L Collins Defibaugh chairman Commission ofChurch and Ministry Dr Jack Yates assistant to the president United Church of Christ the Rev Reuben A Sheares II con ference chaplain Washington Window WASHINGTON UPI Sen Barry M Goldwater RAriz who once ran for the presiden cy himself wants a constitu tional amendment to make it easier for mobile Americans to vote for president Sen Edward M Kennedy D Mass who may be running for the same office in the future also wants to relax state residence requirements to let more citizens vote for pres ident But he thinks the states can be forced to act by federal law Both Goldwaters proposed amendment and Kennedys bill which has 26 cospon sors in the Senate would allow new residents of a state to vote for president after they have lived there for 30 days State Action Slow The state could make this change in their own laws but many have been slow to move A commission named by President John FKennedy on registration and voter participa tion came up with a report in 1963 urging such action Sixteen states in 1968 allowed citizens to vote for but not for state and local and members of 31 days of residence Thirtyone allowed the vote after three months But Mississippi law carried a twoyear residence require ment and 15 states and the District of Columbia still required one year Three states had a sixmonth residence requirement An estimated onesixth of the population moves from one state to another over a 10year span Census Bureau estimates supplied to Kennedy indicated that 53 million citizens were disqualified to vote in 1968 state and congressional elections by residence requirements Be cause of the easier residence requirements for presidential voting in some of the states only 19 million were disquali fied to vote for president The Census Bureau estimated only 280000 would have been disqualified by a 30iay res idence requirement But those who want to shorten residence requirements for voting in presidential elections acknowledge that a longer stay may be justified to vote for members ofCongress and candidates for state and local office Popular Election A provision in a proposed constitutional amendment ap proved by the House Judiciary Committee would permit Con gress to set uniform residence requirements in all states for voting in presidential elections This is the amendment that would provide for popular election of the president instead of the present Electoral College system None of these proposals to promote a greater turnout of voters would reach a much larger segment of the popula tion which failed to vote in 1968 The 1968 turnout was about 72 million women were triple that of last year In the new contract the emphasis will be placing boys in work sites as the number of work sites for girls has al most been exhausted Under the new contract young JR Gallen executive director men will be as signed to the Mount of the TriCounty Community AcUnion Borough Everett Borough tion Agency announced that the and Bedford Borough a Additional JNYC Openings Arc Available There agency has been advised that it a limited number of open will receive an additional numins for Eirls interested in cler ber of slots for the summer Neiical work or toe Head Start pro ghborhood Youth Corp program in Mount Union The number of slots has not don and Everett Youths interested in the pro gram are urged to contract the employment service offices in Bedford and the CAA offi ces in Everett Mount Union or Huntingdon to register now Applications must be processed and work permits obtained in or der to be ready for work when the program begins been finalized but probably will be 60 to 75 more than originally granted The agency was advised of the additional allotment at a regional office of Economic Opportunity office meeting in Harrisburg on June 3 Gallen stated that the NYC Program in the tricounty area will begin operation of its tenweek program on June 9 Sixtyfive low income youths both Workshop Planned male and female are in the pro gram earning per hour for For PTA Leaders a 26hour work week The additional slots will be PTA leaders from 11 south covered under a separate concentral Pennsylvania counties tract with the US Labor Dewil1 meet in Harrisburg June 13 partment and the length of the and i4 the fitth of six reg program will be shorter than the ional leadership education worfe present contract as it will start of the Pennsylvania Con later however applicants can gress of Parents and Teachers reasonably assume that the proParticipants of the twoday gram will pay the same hourly workshop representing local wage PTAs districts and councils James Muir summer Neighas wel1 as the Congress board of borhood Youth Corp director manangers will begin theopening stated that this year there was a session on Friday morning at surprising shortage of applif sessions will be held cations from young men while Holiday West on Route 15 the applications from youngsouth of Harrisburg Annual UCC Meet Under Way The traditional service of Holy Communion opened the seventh annual meeting of the Penn West Conference of the United Church of Christ at Huntingdons Abbey Church last evening More than 300 delegates are expected to attend the threeday program which moves today to the campus of Junlata College for meetings in Alumni Hall The Rev Reuben Sheares H conference chaplain and associ ate executive director of the Community Renewal Society Chicago 111 was the commun ion preacher He also directed the conference worship this morning and he will fill the same position tomorrow The main thrust of the Hunt ingdon meeting will be looking at the church as it relates it self to mission In order that delegates might get a clearer picture time periods will be spent discussing Involvement on the denominational conference and local level of church life There will be periods for dele gates to ask questions and dis cuss findings Dr Jack E Yates assistant to the president of the United Church of Christ will bring the denominational concerns to the delegates and their guests Dr William K Newman pen sion board executive also will be present to address the meet ing This years banquet theme con cerns the church in Appalachla and features Miss Marte Cirillo as speaker She Is a member of FOCIS Federation of Com munities In Service based in the Appalachians The remainder ofthethreeday meeting consists In business ses sions Mrs E Roy Gorman conference moderator will pre side at these meetings The seventh annual meeting program has been planned by the Rev M L Conrad Spruce Creek Man To Be Cited For Crash Police indicated that a Spruce Creek man would be cited for reckless driving following an accklent at the intersection of Pennsylvania Avenue and Tenth Street Tyrone Thursday after noon at According to Tyrone borough police Cathy L Price of Tyrone operating a 1969 sedan west on Tenth Street was halted for the traffic signal when her vehicle was struck from the rear by Fred E Wheland of Spruce Creek Damage to the Price sedan was set at while the Wheland truck was damaged an estimated Your Dollar Buys More Al CLOVER FARM Stores Fouses Dairy Marklesburg In Oar levtb Year SIMPSON Insurance Agency 205 Peun Street Huntingdon Boh Is Firing Up The Soft Ice Cream Machine At The PALACE Everyday Evenings Tiil 10 PM Monday Thru Friday lAippies RPmOCASUBLS Dores SHOES 713 Washington St Huntingdon to make the beautiful torso more so BESTFORM Instead of flattening your derricre this long leg panly girdle gives you fashions new lifted rounded look With flat scnms so you can wear it under clinging knitsthis becoming style has pretty laslcxIaceedged legs for a smooth look from your waistline down White SMLXL OPEN TONIGHT TILL TYRONE Live Maine Lobsters Open Sundayo 8 im ID I Organ Music Frii Bat A tree Anniversary or Birth day Cake provided vitb advance 8M3W1 Five Floors ef Fine Furniture You are invited to open a Charge Ac count 7th Miffljn Sis Huntingdon Dial 6431402 Dont accept advice from friends donl be fieve old wives tales or you may be a victirrt of the countless Cures you will heir about There zk many different types of dangerous if neglected Quick attention can bring relief and olten cure II you sutler from a chronic gnawing pain in your stomach see your doctor Then let our Pharmacist help him help ypu Drug Store 6434161 TO THE VOTERS OF THREE SPRINGS BOROUGH Now as the Nomination for Offices of the Political districts is over and the Official counting of the Ballots have been comple ted I wish to announce my appreciation to oil the Voters who so loyally supported me on May 20 1969 for Tax Collector Hoping I May Deserve the same support ot the November Elec tion Thank You CHAS L ROTZ LADIES STORE Production Help Wanted Fulf or Part Time Day and Night Shift Available Plenty of Overtime Many Fringe Apply United Piece Dye Works Mr Rose Ave York fa 500 Ft West of Exit 7 on Interstate Rt 83
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