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   Daily News (Newspaper) - July 22, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                State Library Education1 Building Harriaburg Pa 17126 Around the World in 13 Days The Philippines Pres Marcos July 26 Indonesia Gen Suharto July 27 Thailand Prem Rittikdchorn July 28 29 3d President Nixons globegirdling jaunt July 22Aug 3 will take him from Pacific spldshdowh of ApblleUs moon voyagers to six countries for conferences with their leaders won dates indicated In doing so he will become the first US President since World War II to visit a Communist in office India Prem Gandhi July 31 Exuberant Nixon Is Set To Start Journey WASHINGTON UP1 President Nixon exuberant about the of the Apollo 11 moon mission planned a crowded before starting out on a sevennation tour which will take him around the world and back by Aug 3 The Chief Executive is scheduled to start his trip late 3000 high school da tonight after attending the the south lawn of the vVfcite major league A11Star baseball House meet with the executive game here He will spend the board of the National night in San Francisco then DOTS Conference and in iha continue to Johnston Island early afternoon receive a south of Hawaii From this traditional gold lifetime pasi to small island he will proceed by all National League ball parks helicopter to the USS Hornet from league President Warren and watch the recovery ThursGiles day of the triumphant Apollo 11 Flans Reception astronauts Late in the Thats good news Nixon 4 pm President a said as astronauts Neil A baseball fan planned a recep Armstrong and Edwin off Aladrln lifted the E tion for the Allstar players moon members of the Baseball Hall Monday afternoon He will talk of Fame and their families Pakistan GenKhan Aug 1 Romania Pres Ceausescu Aug 2 to the astronauts through a window quarantine hut Thursday Then he and Mrs Nixon were in their expected to attend the game in Robert F Kennedy Stadium ffmmmvtf ftVGUmUT The president on this busy before setting put on their trip day of departure planned to the President would be have breakfast with Democra accompanied through the Mahl tlc and Republican leaders of la stage of the trip fay Congress During the late Secretary of State William P morning he planned to talk with Rogers It waa likely Nixon would make a aide trip to Vietnam for a visit with American as President Lyndon B Johnson twice such a ment to a war zone would not be disclosed in advance Nixons itinerary will take him around the world In 49 flying hours but roughly 11 elapsed days The President planned to meet Monday night with newsmen assigned to the trip but he dropped this idea in favor of a meeting on Guam late on the evening of July 25 Stop Strictly Procedural His stop at San Francisco was described by the White House as strictly procedural He and his wife will spend the night in the St Francis Hotel Mrs Nixon and her party will then proceed to Honolulu while the President flies directly to Johnston Island The First Lady will have her own schedule for Hawaii and not rejoin the President until Contd on Page 3 iBoiiibers Hit Reds JNearDMZ April Grand Jury Back 14 VOL 48 HUNTINGDON and MOUNT UNION TUESDAY JULY 22 1969 SAIGON US B52 Straiotortresses dropped 180 tons of bombs today onto North Vietnamese positions just below the Demilitarized Zone DMZ in their first raids so far north in almost a month The purpose of the two predawn raids an American military spokesman said was to hit them the North Vietnamese before they hit us NO 147 Pleas Are Heard The April grand jury recalled yesterday after a threemonth recess continued to deliberate today on a long list of bills of Indictment prepared by District Attorney Newton C Taylor Twenty members of the grand Jury panel reported for duty at ingdon County Jail and immedi yesterday afternoon and ate lifting of licenses to drive acted on 20 bills before adjourn District Attorney Taylor ing for the day at pm Nine pleased with the efficient work It signaled a new North teen of the bills of Indictment of the panel yesterday said It was Vietnamese threat to the string wefe approved while the other possible the grand jury might one was dismissed complete itswork by late this Judge R Merle Heffner ispre afternoon Originally he had siding at court arid he addressed said it would take two arid the array of Jurors yesterday possibly three days to perform since some members had not that task servedwhen the panel niet last During yesterdays session of Allied outposts astride infilrakion routes along the border buffer among them Con Thien and Gio Linn near the seac cast Headquarters pinpointed the new raids as one and two miles TO tes in April Joseph H Glanzman District Attorney Taylor noted Bn of Smithfield retired emi the riiafchlficient contribution Heading For Nalionaj 18 Days In Isolation Elected By Board Guard Sent Into York SPACE CENTER Houston their footprints on the moon and their mark in history Americas Apollo 11 astronauts broke free of lunar orbit today and headed home where 18 days of isolation will be their initial heroes reward again in the command jship Columbia Neil A Arm itrong Edwin E Aldrin Jr and Michael Collins slept soundly as sped away from the moon after 60 epic hours on and around it At ajn EOT they were 20993 miles from the scene of triumph and traveling home at 3016 miles per hour Ground controllers promised to let the crewmen sleep as long as they wanted after Armstrong and Aldrin safely left the moon in the Eagle lunar module rejoined Collins and fired the big rocket engines to jar them out of lunar orbit Youll have to open up the LRL doors Collins radioed as the engine fired at ajn EDT He referred to the lunar receiving laboratory an million building here where the three pilots will be quarantined on their return to guarantee that no moon germs peril the earth Contd on Page 10 YORK Pa UPI National guardsmen were activated to day after five nights of racial violence left one woman dead and more than two dozen sons injured Gov Raymond P Shafer or dered 200 guardsmen in York and in nearby Columbia to re port to their armories to help local and state police quell wide spread shooting The violence took its first life late Monday when Lillie Allen 27 a black woman from Aiken SC was shot fatally in the chest as she rode in a car through the troubled section of this city of 53500 Later a fire swept four row homes and gunmen shot at fire men who responded to the blaze Police moved in to return the Iti Time For Fair IJIew Bridge Should Open In 2 Weeks Out with the old in with Saigon the new Bridge that is And Allied headquarters said the by all indications it will not be communists shslled at least 10 more than two weeks before tra towns and military camps tfic in Huntingdon will be able to overnight causing light losses travel across the new Sriithfleld below the DMZ near Con Thien doctors iafB maktrtjcstplaw en zone renewed rocket attacks Miller was renamed con last week farid the Allies fired back First Raids Since June The B52 raids were the first so near the DMZ since the last week In June according to the US Military Command The same communiques re porting the new B52 raids listed at least 19 Viet Cong or North Vietnamese killed Monday in us attacks within 20 miles of frismos New Official Family in Huntingdon Coun stable He referred to the fact that Ten members of the jiiry physicians are responding at all were excused from duty by the hours of the day and night to court take samples for blood alcohol Judge Heffner heard 14 pleas tests to provide data for use in of guilty during Mondays sea the prosecution of tipsy driving sion of court Twelve of the bases in most cases the calls defendants pleady guilty to tipsy from police go out to doctors driving and received stiff sen for assistance In the wee hours tences including time in Hunt dbltd on Page 5 Bridge v A check on the progress of work oh the bridge ahd its app roaches has elicited inlbrma Contd on Page 3 ROBERT W HOLMES JAY GARVER Sf Plnrif IdIll tion that the paving by the Dale i W Miller company contractor UeClSlOll IS rcontd on Page 10 THE WEATHER 1 Fair to partly cloudy today tonight and Wednesday with a chance of a few Isolated thun dershowers in the afternoon and evening The high both days in the 80s The low to night in the 60s Outlook for Thursday warmer with scat tered thundershowers Soviets Say Luna Has Completed Its Work Huntingdon Names Two New Educators Jay Garver of Nazareth and Robert W Holmes of Huntingdon have been elected to administrative posts by Huntingdon Area School District Garver who has been prin cipal of Nazareth Area Junior I High School since 1967 has been U IIIUII elected to the newlycreated posl tion of middle school principal Holmes dirties will be that of dean of students replacing Robert Scalpello assistant high school principal who resigned Most recently Holmes has been serving as coordinator of stu for the job is expected to be finished by this Friday That means the bridge would be open for traffic sometime next week and would be utilized by traffic moving from Huntingdon out to the fairgrounds during Total control of the traffic Buffet To Welcome Redland Group Set A buffet luncheon for Huntingdon businessmen to get acquaint ed with the new official family of Universal Prismo Corpora merger between PrismoWald and the Universal High ways limited of England subsidiary of Redland be held at Holiday Inn Jr late this afternoon Sponsored by the Huntingdon L crSh Business and Industry ttelunch c presldent ot HUM Mount Union isbeing ne of the announce Decision on the relocation wMir w fji ULU cunt WUA glVtfcU CA fair week August 11 through 16 hejdln abeyance by Genesco Inc buslness people a chance unil after the close of their fis year It was reported today gree tdl 6ome A small sectto to Job tte the tiein to the new bridge at its Conf d on Page 2 Contd on Page 10 cleared last March 3 and was statement waslssued by Horn and announced jointly by Dr John Conld on Page 10j INSIDE THE NEWS Battery Heads For Gamp Drum ReCOlQ iJOW According to an announcement dent activities at Juniata Col today by Melvin C Dlven super lege He has been director of sum Ann Landers 6 Classified Ads 10 11 Comics 9 Counselors Corner 7 Crossword 11 Obituaries2 Pennsylvania Story 6 Society Club 8 Sports 4 5 Huntingdon Unit To Leave For Trainin MOSCOW Soviet prompting Union announced today that its left unanswered unmanned Luna 15 spacecraft had reached the moon and completed Us work What It was supposed to do and what it accompli shed remained a mys tery British scientists said it apparently crashed into the the moon at 300 miles per hour Monday which would have meant failure of its mission Pickup 2nd pgh The an nouncement intentent of Mount Union Borough Water Committee total precipl mer conferences and director tatkm for the first six months tin of audiovisual aids The former of 1969 in the Mount Union area questions tnat were Jn footbal for two was the lowest in the history of 28 C years has been affiliated with the U S Weather BureauU Juniata since September 1966 The total precipitation for the 11 The new middle school prln period as measured at the Maple HI cipal was born In Roaring Spr ton Depot Weather Station ing and was educated in the amounted to only 987 Inches JT public schools of Roaring Spr The normal amount for the period of the obligation enlisted men will be necessary during the twowill be about noon on Saturday ing and Wllliamsport He is 21 inches making a deficiency Huntingdon CountyDraft Board musl meet when Jolning the unit week period July 26 received his A B degree in Eng of 1U3 inches No 75 today was ordered to Whlle at men will be given First Lieutenant Russell Ko Sunday will give the men an llsh social studies and Spanish Water supplies in the Mount send 28 men forpreinduc the to exercise basic walchlk Jr will be the officer opportunity to attend worship The announcement of the end of the Luna 15 mission was much like the one which reported Us launch eight days and unspeclfic and Two sentences of a Tass dispatch told of the actual end of the mission i At 18 hours 47 minutes Moscow time am EDT Monday a retr or octet was switched on and the station left orbit and reached the s surface in the area The work with the ended at 18 hours 51 minutes Fills In Information Britains Jodrell Bank Obser vatory filled in some of the missing information The tracking station said Luna 15 nosedived into the Sea Contd on Page 3 A total of six officers and 103 area enlisted men will be headed Thursday evening for Carlisle for Camp Drum Watertdwn New York on Wednesday and Thurs where an overnight bivouac will day evenings for twoweek summer encampment Howitzer Batbe established The convoy will tery 1st Squadron 104th Armored Cavalry Pennsylvania National then depart early Friday morn Guard based at the Huntingdon Armory will be under the guidance Ing for the Second bivouac site at David L Posca commanding officer Whitney Point New York The The twoweek session is part arrival at Camp Drum from Lycoming College in 1959 Union area have held up untion physical examinations on 3Hms The unit will be evaluated in charge of the advance detach services in the morning and train and earned his masters of edu usually well In spite of the exThursday Aug 7 as lts performance in various ment and SFC David Creswell ing sites will be established in cation degree at Indiana Uni tr erne deficiency in precipitation Earlier the board was direc mllltary areas is the noncommissioned officer the afternoon hours The unit will versity of Pennsylvania In 1964 However a continuation ol the ted to send five men for indue An advance detachment of one Incharge Four civilian cars move to its bivouac area and Garver used a grant from the unprecedented deficiency inratation on the same date officer and 14 enlisted men will one onequarter ton struck one set up on Monday July 28 American Bar Association for fall will undoubtedly cause the The two groups willtravel Ieave the armory on Wednesday threequarter ton truck and one Tuesday and Wednesday feature graduate work in political science development of weter supply by Dus New Cumberland Army evenme ln order io arrive at fiveton truck will be included In howitzer service practice and at Westminister in 1956 and cur problems in the summer and Depot They will be directed to the camp one day anead of tne tne advance convoy night firing will also be on tap rently is enrolled in a doctoral fall report to draft headquarters main of The ad The main body of men will for July 30 Contd on Page Contd on Page 2 Contd on Page 3 vance party will prepare quarleave the armory area at ap ters and riraw flouloment that proxlmately eight oclock on Contd on Page 3   

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