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   Daily News (Newspaper) - June 9, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                Graduates Of Data Processing School Two Huntingdon bankers recently completed a two year course of study in data processing school conducted by the New Jersey Banking Association of Trenton NJ Success ful graduates were John O Cunningham of thePenn Central National Bank and H Blair Grove of the Union National Bank and Trust Company They are shown receiving congratulations from their respective bank presidents Left to right are Mar shall Showalter president of the Penn Central Cunningham Grove and Maurice Lansberry president of the Union National Bank Ribicoff Sees Drop In Violence By WILLIAM B MEAD WASHINGTON Sen Abraham A Ribicoff fresh from a month on the college commencement circuit today predicted a quick decline In campus violence as moderate students throw up the SDS Ribicoff former secretary of health education and welfare HEW said there is a lot of specious stuff in the demands of Negro students for autono mous or segregated black studies programs He called for a nationwide system of posthigh school compensatory colleges per haps with twoyear programs to prepare Negroes Puerto Rlcans and other underprivi leged youths for jobs or college The Connecticut Democrat aye his impressions in an interview after appearances on more than a dozen college and university campuses Most times he said he whipped through his speech and spent an hour or two answering ques tions and talking informally with students The youth of America has given this nation a heart transplant Ribicoff said de spite a year of sometimes violent campus protest He said other adults would feel the same way if they talked to the moderate majority of students rather than reacting to the rebellious few I dont think the university in America will ever be the same Ribicoff said I think 1969 will go down as a landmark year I think youll see a waning of SDS Students for a Democratic Society and other anarchistic societies And youll see reforms much needed and long overdue as the universities look at themselves In the mirror of student protest In many respects Ribicoffs views echoed those of the Nixon administrations HEW Secreta ry Robert H Finch At a Sigma Delta Chi professional journalism fraternity meeting In Washington last month Finch said I think the SDS has lost its momentum as a student organization PAINTING and DECORATING Lex Rohland RD 3 Huntingdon Ph 6432597 if no answer1 Cftil after HONDA SALES Mount Union Airport Shirlcysburg Road NOW OPEN 1 To 6 PM Dally and ALL DAY SATURDAYS 9 TO 8 Cigarette Measure Is Challenged WASHINGTON bill to exempt cigarette commer cials from government regula tions was challenged today on grounds the broadcasting indus try may have told Congress a phony story about selfregula tion Chairman Harley Staggers DWVa said his House Com merce Committee would call National Association of Broad casters NAB President Vin cent T Wasilewski back Tuesday for a rare repeat session Staggers said the bill was approved by his committee partly because Wasilewski said the NAB was doing its own policing job on cigarette commercials Staggers said the bill could be changed In view of allegations the NAB secretly stopped reviewing cigarette ads more than a year ago The West Virginia Democrat also said House debate on the biit might be delayed The biE is scheduled for a vote Wednesday and passage would be considered a victory lor the tobacco industry Rep Brock Adams DWash called newsmen to his office Sunday to meet Warren Braren who resigned May 1 from his job as manager of the New York office of NABs advertis ing code authority Braren said the NAB stopped policing cigarette commercials in April 1958 because coopera tion was not obtained from some of the cigarette compa nies and the broadcasting industry He also gave newsmen a 1966 NAB study concluding that as a result of commercials to the young smoking indeed may seem to be an important step towards and a help in growth from adolescence to maturity Adams said neither the report nor the alleged halt in NAB review of cigarette commer cials was disclosed to the C aerce Committee Wa silewski told the committee April 21 the NAB had imposed rules designed to prohibit any advertising of cigarettes in such a manner as to indicate to youth that the use of cigarettes contributes to individual achievement or social accep tance was built Since then the tradi tional payment has been made to one of his descendants This years rose was present ed to Henry M Witman of Reading Pa by J David Young on behalf of the congre gation at the annual Festival of the Red Rose The deed which the Stiegels presented to the church asked the yielding and paying there fore unto the said Henry WiL liam S Hegel his heirs or as signs at the town of Man helm in the month of June yearly hereafter the rent of one red rose If the same shall be law fully demanded Church Pays Annual Rent One Red Rose MANHEIM Pa UPI The Zion Lutheran Church paid its annual rent red rose in the month of June The token rental was set by Baron Henry William Stiegel on Dec 4 1772 when he and his wife Elizabeth donated the land on which the church here Pullout Contd from Page 1 previously mentioned with re gard to troop replacements Those criteria were Develop ments at the Paris talks developments on the battlefield and in South Vietnam and training and equipping more Vietnamese troops He said would never withdraw troopsif it cost the South Vietnamese the principle of self deter mination There had been reports before the meeting they would agree on some token US troop withdrawal and Saigon reports said a troop reduction actually would boost Saigons prestige There also were presuramit reports of deep differences between Nixon and Thieu and Saigons concern the United States would call for a coalition government that would include the Communists Thieu in a farewell state ment said speculation he and Nixon came to Midway to settle their differences was not true He said We came here for more understanding and closer cooperation we had no differences before Before the meeting Nixon conferred in Honolulu with Secretary of State William P Rogers Defense Secretary Mel vin R Laird Gen Earle G Wheeler chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge chief negotiator at the Paris talks and with General Abrams and Ellsworth Bunker US ambas sad or to Saigon Nixon then flew on to Midway with Lodge and Abrams aboard Air Force One Thieu flew in from Saigon aboard a chartered jet with Gen Cao Van VIen armed forces chief of staff Foreign Minister Tran Chanh and Bui Diem ambassador to the United States Midway Island is more than 1000 miles west of Hawaii and is normally populated by a handful of US military men and thousands of gooney big albatrosses like to use the long runways at the airport for their own airplanetype landings This time they were shooed off to one side They lined the runways as the presidential jets came and went Burger has described himself as a moderate liberal His colleagues label him a com mon sense judge who can be tough on criminals He also has been characterized as a law and order judge strict constructionlst on constitution al questions Burger was born Sept 17 1907 in St Paul Minn of SwissGerman descent He spent his boyhood on the family farm outside the city He worked his way through the University of Minnesota and Mitchell College of Law He was gradauted magna cum laude from law school in 1931 and began private practice Burger also taught at Mitch ell and did post graduate work at New York University School of Law and The Hague Academy of International Law in Holland He came to Washington in 1953 during the Eisenhower administration to serve as assistant attorney general In charge of the Justice Depart ments civil division No Trace Of Missing Plane Found JUNEAU Alaska Several false alarms have been the only result of a fruitless search for a Strategic Air Command plane missing since Thursday with 19 men aboard A US Coast Guard spokes man said Sunday several sightings of orange floating objects were made over the weekend But closer inspection each time identified the objects as floats used by crab fishermen rather than the hopedfor life rafts Between 10 and 15 planes and two Coast Guard cutters searched the Bering Sea in a Sunday morning fog which cut visibility to three miles Later the celling lifted and visibility rose to 12 miles It was expected the same group would search again today for the fourengine RC135 reconnaissance jet The Coast Guard cutters Balsm and Venturous moved into the search area Sunday relieving a Soviet ship and a Japanese trawler The search area is 34000 square miles about halfway between Alaska and the Soviet Union The SAC plane disappeared Thursday over the Bering Sea on a flight from the Aleutian island of Shemya to Fairbanks Alaska The missing plane carried 12 enlisted men and seven offi cers Military officials said It was not shot down Senate Colonial Real Estate WR Yocum Realtor 228 Penn St Huntingdon Phone 6434070 Contd from Page 1 Burger will not assume the office until he is sworn in and given his commission This is expected after Warren retires at the end of the courts current term later this month After naming Burger the President explained to news men he prefers elevating US Circuit or District Court judges to the Supreme Court without regard to race religion or geographic balance PLUMBING HEATING CALL us Shellenberger Co Ph 6433300 Huntingdon ZENITH TV RADIOS Moore Bros FURNITURE Orblionia We Give Plaid Stamps PEOPLE DO READ LITTLE SPOT ADS fn The Daily News You Are Reading This One Now PLUMBING HEATING SERVICE New IniUdlttioni repairs Dean Reynolds Co Ph Day HJ Mil Nil hi MJ1W ML Unlm Huatiafdtw THE DAILY NENS Monday June 9 1969 PAGE 7 Real Estate For Salt Swtgact Associates Inc MAYTAG Washers Dryers Fouse Rohland Furniture Store 514 MIHlln Huntingdon The Little Store Wth 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