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   Daily News (Newspaper) - August 1, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                SPACE CENTER Houston UPI of tbe moon entranced aarthbound viewers Thursday night white the men who took them Americas pioneering lunar Mptorers began the last hall of their 21 days In Isolation In one of the most fascinating pictures Neil A Armstrong quarantine In the Lunar Recelv snapped Edwin E Aldrin ing Laboratory Aug 11 standing in a shallow crater its Doctors Watch Mice soil swept by the exhaust of But doctors carefully watched their landing rocket a colony of mice injected with The knees atAldrlns preslunar dust for any signs of a sure suit were smudged with moon disease that might extend moon dirt and reflecting in his the quarantine goldenfaced visor were the The next 24 hours will be white of Armstrong critical for the white mice the the landing craft Eagle the first living things to be injected American flag and one of the with matter gathered by men scientific experiments they set from a celestial body other up than earth to see if the The photographers material harbors dangerous selves and Michael Collins germs or poisonous chemicals who piloted the command Doctors said all signs Indicate module Columbia were schethe astronauts would be in top duled to be released from their physical condition by the Aug 11 date and could leave the quarantine module Richard Underwood chief of photo operations at the Manned SpacecraftCenter said the moon pictures left him less when they rolled out of the processing machine They are the best photogra phers yet on a lunar flight and probably on any flight wood said of Apollo lls astronauts Shows Craters One of the photographs showed craters as small as a dime so clearly it looked like freshly plowed farm soil pitted by a brief rain shower A 150foot strip of motion picture film released along with the 34 still photographs showed Eagle rising from the moon and Contd on Page 7 PASADENA Calif UPI The first of a series of near encounter pictures of Mars sent back by Mariner 6 shows a rela lively Hat grey surface scientists say is splattered with craters much like the mare seas of the The tiny windmillshaped spacecraft Thursday night re layed the first pictures made during its closest approach to the Red within 2100 miles of the surface Some photographs showed large areas covered with what appeared to be very old craters their edges eroded away some showed smaller newer craters with sharp edges and deeper rounded bowls Again and again the scientists resorted to comparisons with the lunar surface to describe what they saw on the pocked face of Mars Examines Photograph x There must be a hundred craters In that picture said Dr Robert B Leigh ton of California Institute of Technolo gy the principal Investigator of the pictures as he examined a photograph of a 500milewide area near the Martian equator Although one picture showed what could have been a valley or a ditch of soine sort scientists in mariner control carefully avoided calling it a canal In fact features which have been seen and photographed from earth as canals were notably absent in the pictures One at the most startling pictures was the 18th taken Contd on Page 11 THE DAILY ws VOL 48 HUNTINGDON and MOUNT UNION FRIDAY AUGUST 1 1969 NO 156 In Pakistan By Commissioners Route 522 Given Warm WelcomeBlood Tests Reminded Of Change In Status LAHORE Pakistan President Nixon flew here today and called for a broad program of regional and bilateral projects in Asia as the best way of bringing peace and progress to the area The statement appeared to be a plea for peace between India and Pakistan On his arrival Nixon was promptly reminded the relation ship between the United States and Pakistan no longer was as Queen Elsenhower aBminlstratibir Nixon promised to try to restore that close relationship The reminder came from Gen Agha Mohammad Yahya Khan 52 the new military president who has expanded Ies with the Soviet Union and moved closer to Red China in mutual distrust of India with whom both have fought border wars In recent years Nixon who flew to Lahore from talks in New Delhi with Indian Prime Minister Indura Contd on Page 2 ExStudent Is Charged In Murder ANN ARBOR Mich John Norman Collins 23 a former Eastern Michigan University student has been charged with the slaying of18 yearold Karen Sue seventh sex murder victim in this area in the past two years it was announced today Authorities declined to link him with any of the previous six sex slayings In the twin university aresii Union National Food Stamp Outpost Hours For August Food stamp outpost schedule for August in Huntingdon County is as follows Tuesday August 5 community room Union National Bank build ing Mount Union Wednesday Au gust 6 Broad Top Area Service Center Robertsdale Thursday August 7 Orbisonia Fire Hall Friday August 8 Office of Public Assistance 1001 Washington Street Huntingdon Outpost hours for nonassis tance families are from 10 am to 3 pm on the dates scheduled JUDY A WALKER Judys Reign To Conclude At Pageant Judy Ashman Walker 1968 Or bisonia Rockhill Homecoming Queen will conclude her years reign with the crowning of a new queen Tuesday evening The queen contest is just one of the highlights of the week long homecoming celebration in the twin boroughs Mrs Walker along with the 1969 contestants will appear in the Monday evening parade through Orbisonia and Rockhill The parade Is scheduled to start at 7 oclock Immediately afterwards the little princess contest will take place at the homecoming site and a little beauty will be named from the 17 contestants schedul ed to appear Eleven girls are listed to appear in the Tuesday evening queen event set for oclock Girls will meet with judges for tea Tuesday afternoon at the fire hall at oclock The stage bearing an Apollo Contd on Page 11 tor William FDelhey We will consider other char ges naturally He will be checked out regarding the other crimes Collins a nephew by mar riage to a state police corporal was arrested at pm EOT Thursday at his Ypsilanti home The announcement cane at a news conference called by State Police Director Frederick E Davids appointed by Gov William G Milliken to head the investigation ContM on Page 2 W THOMAS McMAHON lions Juniata Will Increase Student Fees HUNTINGDON Students of Juniata College and their parents today received official notice that the college will institute a increase in fees for the 197071 academic year Dr John N Stauffer president of the College stressed that in spite of rapidly Increasing costs the colleges inclusive fee of for the 196970 academic year will remain unchanged In a letter dated July 28 he stated that fees would be increased to Contd on Page 5 nuai Checkup Will Begin On Monday Operators Alerted On School Bus Inspection School bus drivers in Huntingdon County are alerted that the dates for annual Inspection this year are August 4 through Au gust 8 Five inspection sites have been set up throughout the county for the convenience of the drivers County Superinten dent of Schools Donald Miller announced today Announcements have gone out rom the superintendents office On Friday August 8 inspec to the countys chief school adtors from the Pennsylvania State mlnistrators purveying the folPolice will be at the Mount Un owing schedule ion Area High School from Monday August 4 Inspection 9 am until noon Noti it Huntingdon Area High School fication is given that there will rom 9 am to 4 pm on Wedbe no Inspection of buses on lesday August 6 at the SouTuesday August 5 hern Huntingdon County High TO EASE WAITING school from 9 am to 4 pm For convenience County Su On Thursday August 7 the perintendent Miller has made a nspection will be split between number of suggestions that may wo sites the Juniata Valley ease the inspection procedures Ugh School from 9 am to as far as drivers are concerned icon and at Harpsters Garage should be clean and have the new Varriors Mark from 1 to 4pm inspection sticker In order to minimize waiting time for bus operators it is suggested that buses serving Jackson Township Miller Town ship Oneida Township Smith field Township and Juniata Town ship arrive at 9 am Monday August 4 that buses serving Woodcock Valley appear for in spection at am and that those serving Henderson Town ship Mill Creek Borough and Brady Township arrive at the high school inspection site at I Pm In Southern Huntingdon Coun ty the recommendation is that buses serving the Orbisonia Shade Gap area arrive at 9 am and those serving the Three Contd on Page 7 Officer Is Appointed The appointment of WThomas McMahon to the position of erations officer at the Union Na tional Bank and Trust Company in Huntingdon was announced today by Maurice S Lansberry president and chief executive of ficer of the banking firm McMahon joined the staff of Un ion National in February 1969 after 20 years experience in banking real estate in the NY area His banking included extensive experience in branch Confd on Page 2 Stone From Truck Breaks Windshield No person was injured but a 1969 Volkswagen sedan suffered a broken windshield in an ac cident late yesterday morning in volving a 1967 International dump truck owned by the Pennsylvania Department of Highways Ronald Lee Snare 31 of 700 Mount Vernon Avenue Hunting don was northbound on Route 522 at am driving the stateowned truck which was load ed with loose stone One hundred feet south of the intersection of Route 522 and Legislative Route 31030 In Shir leysburg some of the stone drop ped from the truck onto the highway The aggregate bounced on the concrete roadway and hit the windshield of the 69 beetle Contd on Page 5 Discussed The cost of blood tests in proving misdemeanors and the location of proposed section 11 of Route 522 were considered by County Commissioners James DiCosimo Henry McCamant County Solicitor Lynn Corcelius and Chief Clerk Lewis Greene at the regular commissioners meeting on Thursday 95 PERCENT PROOF A check on the necessity and use of the blood tests as proof of intoxication in charges of driving while under the influ ence was made by commiss loners District Attorney New ton C Taylor reported that of the roughly 200 tests taken to these matters since the insti tution of the blood check ap proximately 95 percent of those tested were legally adjudged in toxicated Itis Very rare thatacase could be by the Common Contd on Page 7 Prisoner Flight Has Been Delayed SAIGON Interns tional Control Commission ICC flight which ws to have brought three American priso ners of the North Vietnamese to freedom was canceled Friday because the ICC had not the permission of the Hanoi government The cancellation meant thai the prisoners whom the North Vietnamese had promised to release nearly a month ago probably would not be freed before Tuesday the date of the next scheduled ICC night from Hanoi to Vientiane Diplomatic sources in Saigon had said earlier the prisoners would be released at Vientiane Friday night But then a spokesman for the ICC the threenation body that was supposed to oversee the agree ments which ended the French Indochina war 14 years ago said the flight from Vientiane to Hanoi and back to Vientiane had been canceled because of technical difficulties and because the ICC had not received North Vietnamese government permission Hanoi Radio first announced on July 3 the North Vietnamese would release the prisoners presumably pilots shot down over the Communist country as a Fourth of July gesture Seven American pacifists Contd on Page 7 UF Leaders Note Quota For Campaign The magic figure is the budget for the Huntingdon County United Fund in 196970 Father Francis A Acherson right chairman of the forthcoming appeal notes the campaign goal along with John B Kunz left chairman of the Major Gifts Division and Carl Peduzzi center Mount Union UF chairman Budget Committee Recommendation OKd County United Fund Drive Goal Is Pegged At Pope Opei Paul ns Tour Of Africa KAMPALA X Uganda Thousands ofcheering flag waving Africans acclaimed Pope Paid VItoday as he drove across Kampala in an open car to celebrate a huge outdoor mass and ordain 12 new African bishops The 71yearold pontiff flew to Uganda Thursday for a person al attempt to settle the Nigerian civil war pledging he would do anything risk anything for peace He also came1 to honor 22 Uganda Africas first modern were exe cuted faith 84 years ago Nigeria announced in advance it would not negotiate with Biafra in Uganda But the Pope Contd on Page 5 Is Still Likely J The goal for the 196970 United Fund Campaign was adopted at the regular meeting of the board of directors held on Thursday in UF headquarters at 213 Fifth Street Huntingdon The board unanimously accepted the recommendations of the Budget Commit tee that the 196970 budget be set at The Budget Committee was chaired by David G Kunz presi dent of the J B Kunz Company orfcwwl and composed of J O ham R C Etnire Winsor Eye landM S Lansberry and John E Miller In commenting on the goal Father Francis A Ackersoh 196970 campaign chairman exp ressed confidence that this amount of money can be raised in Huntingdon County for the HARRISBURG UPI The support of the eleven health and of a billion gen welfare agencies included in the eral appropriations bill by Gov Huntingdon County United Fund Raymond P Shafer Thursday He also expressed his continuing part of the states fiscal belief in the ability of his camditemma but also created the paign organization to carry out Problem of how almost their plannedprograms and reach million stiU needed is to be the projected goalinrecordtime raised The board accepted with regret Manv political observers in the resignation of Robert C Etcluding some legislative lead nire as a director of the fund ers teUeve the enactment of for the past several years Contd on Page 2 Special Meeting Of JV Board Set A special meeting of the Jun lata Valley Board of Education will be held Tuesday evening August 5 beginning at 8 oclock pm in the juniorsenior high school The announcement of the spe cial meeting for general pur poses was made today by Super vising Principal Amos DMey ers THE WEATHER the general appropriation meas ure forecast eventual passage of a state income tax But that will remain unsettled for at least another five weeks or un til the General Assembly re Contd on Page 2 Considerable cloudiness warm and humid with scat tered showers or thunder showers occurring mostly in the afternoon and evening hours today tonight and Sat urday High today and Sat urday in the lower and mid die 80s The low tonight in the mid 60s The out look for Sunday and humid with scattered showers or thunder showers In TriStale Competition INSIDE THE NEWS Ann Landers 3 Building Page10 Classified Ads 14 15 Comics 13 Crossword15 Courthouse Roundup 8 Farm Page 9 Obituaries 2 On Stage Live14 Society Club 12 Sports 4 5 Television 8 Somerset County Judge Resigns Post SOMERSET Pa UPI The President Judge of the Somerset County Court Thom as F Lansberry announced Thursday his resignation from the bench and decision to with draw from the November elec tion Lansberry s a I d he changed his mind about running for a third term because of the In creasingly burdensome admin Contd on Page llj FFA Member Wins Speaking Award William Bryan Lane son of Mr and Mrs William Lane of Hustontown won the Future Farmers of America tristate public speaking contest at the FFA Camp in upstate New York July 10 His winning speech entitled Why Cooperation explained somo of the advantages of farm ers cooperatives Through your cooperative you can finance and produce more efficient ly market and bargain with con fldence stimulate competition and fight monopolies raise the status of your community safe guard democratic principles and help maintain our position as the best clothed fed and sheltered of all peoples everywhere Good cooperatives make for better homes com muni ties and peace on earth Hisvictory followed the FFA Convention at the Pennsylvania State University where Bryan a Contd on Page 7 Over Loss As Barn Is Burglarized Loot valued atmore than was taken In a burglary Wed nesday night at the Lincoln Town ship farm owned by Cloyd H Rhodes Altch R D State Police reported that the property is presently unoccupied It is located just off Route 994 Between the hours of pm Wednesday and 9 am yesterday the barn on the property located 51 miles southeast of Entriken was entered and Many items were stolen in cluding sockets and wrenches combination openend and box wrenches 12 quarts of motor oil 10 gallons of diesel fuel and a large number of miscel laneous tools State Police are continuing the Investigation of the burglary WILLIAM B LANE Fraternity House Burns LEWISBURG UPI Fire wrecked the Sigma Delta Nu Fraternity House Thursday on the Bucknell University campus The three story brick house was closed for the summer There were no injuries University officials estimated damage In excess of Contd onPage 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