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   Daily News (Newspaper) - August 27, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                CLASSIFIED ADS DIAL MISS CLASSIFIED 6434040 or 5424641 State Library Education Building 1NL 48 NINE CENTS COPY HUNTINGDON and MOUNT UNION WEDNESDAY AUGUST 27 1969 PHONE 6434040 NO 178 eavy ir Fighting Rages In Q s roop ore US Troop ullouts To Need ign From Reds Plan Ends Thursday 2nd Civil Court Trial Under Way The second and final trial for PARIS UPD Nixon will hold ott announcing more this week at Huntinedon County JJ5 troop withdrawals from Vietnam until the Communists demon Civil Court opened at am rate they are willing to end the war Allied sources said today today Partial Martial Law Ends Today For Gulf Coast Ground RuiesMarines Running Being Set For Inquest 5ovietS Are Silent On lane Crash MOSCOW offi Lais and news outlets kept a rict silence today on the imlhg crash landing outside loscow of a Soviet commercial Unef with 112 persons lieved aboard The Foreign Ministry in the ly official comment on the ash said there were no on the flight That was all the official ormation available Casual is were not known Only firetrucks and ambulan with sirens screaming as y out of Moscow ard Vnukovo Airport 15 les away gave any clue to seriousness of the accident isday night sources said the IL18 of the National r of lot Airline was carrying irists to from the k Sea resort at Sochi employeat Vnukpvo said had been victims J udge R M er 1 e Heffner Is presiding The plaintiff is w Bair of Mill Creek an employe Nixons chief peace negotia tor Henry Cabot Lodge brought back that message f0r the Penn Central Railroad Tuesday for the Viet Cong and while the codefendants are North Vietnamese after consul Howard F Booher and Charles tations with the Presidentin j Booher Shirley Township the United States Mount Union R D 1 Exactly what sign would be The is the result of an acceptablepa decline in battle accident on Route 22 in Porter attacks or a new move at Township on November 17 1967 the peace not clear near the new Agway Bulldlng Nixons initial 25000man pull Bair is seeking to recover for out was to be completed damages Thursday The jury for the trial was sel EDGARTOWN Mass UPl perhaps a Martial law ends today along the Mississippi Gulf Coast shattered new datewere to be set today by Hurricane Camille Virginia Gov Mills E Godwin grimly pte for the inquest into the death of dieted that many of the flood victims in his state may never be Mary Jo Kopechne the 28year OUn old secretary killed in Sen seasons fifth tropical Etlward M Kennedys automo storm Eve moved up the bile accident Atlantic well offthe Eastern Dlstrlct court Judge James Seaboard Packing SOmilean A Boyle summoned attorneys located concerned with the inquest to a about 325 miles southeast of prellmlnarv hearing to consider Cape Hatteras NC early jfrbcedurai matters which may arise Mississippi GOT John Bell Violence Erupts In Pittsburgh Into From North Viets SAIGON UPI Allied forces killed 35 Viet Cong and North Vietnamese in rescuing three wounded crewmen of a downed American helicopter the guerrillas had surrounded in the jungle northeast of Saigon military spokesmen said today Swooping US helicopter ships firing rockets and Weakening iue jury iur me trial was sei PITTSBURGH The message is is ected when civil court opened onstration leaders called for time for the other side to on Monday respond to do something in return one persons to march on the A jury of seven women arid new Three Rivers Stadium con source within the flve men deliberated over two struction site today to press Allied delegation said hours yesterday afternoon before their demand for more jobs for Nixon delayed indefinitely returning a verdict for the de blacks Sn the construction plans to announce another fendant Rita ElizabethAwkertrades pullout last week after new Viet Cong and North Vietnamese attacks on the battlefield and plaintiff r William I You lie of c no progress at the Paris peace Huntingdon lost his bid to get damages claimed as the result On his return Lodge would of a onecar accident in Fulton not disclose what his advice County on Dec 21 1964 Young had been on the matter but said sought payment of numerous hos Nixon wants to leave no stone pital and doctor bills he must unturned for peace Lodge pay as the result of treatment man Huntingdon R D Violence erupted Tuesday as As a result of the verdict the police and demonstrators a s h e d Side on the Manchester from the citys to the downtown Contd on Page 16 Contd oh Page 5 Ire a distance witnesses ild see ambulances leaving scene for Moscow their lights flashing The unofficial account of the sh said the plane had been Ible to get its landing gear circled the airport to tn up excess fuel and then bmpted the belly landing into flames Contd on Page 16 lar Pickup lideswipe Denies Motion To Quash Reed Indictment r j y Refuses Change Of Venue The Samuel Lee Reed murder trial moved several steps closer today when Judge R Merle Heffner overruled a motion for a change of venue and denied a petition to quash the indictment against the 20yearold Lawrence County young man Judge Heffners rulings came at this morning after he heard arguments on them by Dis trict Attorney Newton C Taylor and Attorney William J Myers courtappointed counsellor Reed The arguments were heard in the rear jury room at the court Be veral Johnstown High School house prior to the opening of Itball players escaped injury Muntingdon County Civil Court jsterday in a cartruck The motions had been biderit on Route 994 in Lincoln presented to the Huntingdon Coun two miles east of En ty jurist earlier in the week by Attorney Myers Through his attorney Reed asked at todays hearing that co counseJ be appointed for him at the murder trial He based the request on the fact that the out come of the trial is of grave importance to him Reed also asked that Judge Heffner disqualify himself as the presiding jurist at the trial The Huntingdon County judge took both requests undtr study ken Thegriddersareintrain at their camp located near btate Police said Eric Warren Kick 21 of 1016 Bedford Street hnstown was westbound on lute 994 at am driving 1969 Ford pickup truck There seven passengersthree In front seat and four in the I of the pickup The truck was en route to rton to have several of the lured football players checked a physician there Amick rounded a left curve crossed into the eastbound Jfflc lane and sideswiped an Abound 1967 Chevrolet sedan by Eldon Alfred Sum ll 43 Route 4 Box 126 Llv rston Texas Vciice saidthat each vehicle Is damaged gt Hoover LCtires After Years Lester F Hoover 53 mmander of the McConnells Irg state Police Substation Itlres today after almost 31V2 service on the force Sgt William H Hlnes has been Tied by CaptEarl O Gerg m commanding officerof loop G Ilollldaysburg to sue fel SRI Hoover effective Aug Hoover served at the Hunting substation for almost 11 irs Oct 1 1942 to June i 33 being on Uie criminal de for miich of that time He promoted to the rank of cor Contd on Page 5 He will confer with District At torney Taylor and Attorney Myers later in the day before making a decision on Reeds two he thought he requests Judge Heffner did note that with the trial scheduled to start in just five days it is rather late to seek appointment of co counsel a move that might bring a request for a contin uance of the trial until a later date Judge Heffner emphasized that earlier a poll was made and no Huntingdon County attorney is available to assist Attorney Myers in the Reed murder case On the matter of having an other judge hear the case Reeds attorney noted that the de fendants parents are divorced and it was during the time Judge Heffner was district attorney of Contd on Page 2 North area Police from tactical units wielding riot batons waded into the crowd after the demonstra tors disobeyed orders to re main on the sidewalk and not block traffic About 180 persons were ar rested and 32 were injured in the melee on the bridge Brown leader of the lo cal chaptef of the National sociatlon for the Advancement of Colored People NAACP is sued the call for people to lay off your jobs if you have to to demonstrate at the stadium today You saw what they did to the few of us we had today but if we have 5000 tomorrow then lets see what theyre going to do he said Demonstration leaders charg ed the police started the vio lence on the bridge Matthew Moore Pennsylvania coordinator for the NAACP said was in Mont gomery Ala today as I watched city police swing their clubs Police Supt James W SIus ser said his men used force on ly after they were attacked They the demonstrators were interfering with the rights fContd on Page Gulf Coast would be turnea tod whether to o n the trtni Mer i H lnqtiest ori next midnght with the end of partial Wednesday or to postpone it in m of getting an autopsy The governor said a large report Mississippi National Miss Kopechne was killed Guardsmen would remain on duty however to assist local Contd on Page 2 officials in every way possible Restrictions Continue A spokesman for the gover nor said a number of tions imposed under martial JJOOrS 1 UeSOayi law Including a curfew In the Conrad on Page 16 Community Center Gets Gift Southern Huntingdon County Schools opened their doors yes terday for the 196970 term with a total of 1823 enrolled in kind ergarten through grade twelve According to Fred G Angle principal only minor scheduling problems existed on terday presented a check in the faculty with a retired teacher amount of to the Hunting serving inthe capacity of spec don Community Center On behalf of the community Cont d on Page 5 Center Ed Busa a boardmem chine gunsheld off the Communist troops who encir cled the crashed American helicopter 17 miles northeast of Xuan Loc and 55 miles northeast of Saigon Tuesday The fighting went on for an hour before the North Vietna mese and Viet Cong withdrew MIAMI UPI Tropical leaving 35 bodies in the jungle storm Eve weakened and clearing The Communists shot swirled toward open seas today down the bubble topcopter as rolling at the wind it was trailing 20 Viet Cong battered island of Bermuda through the jungle At midnightEPT Eve was Allied military sources prelocated near latitude 320 north dieted Viet Cong and North longitude 715 west or about 400 Vietnamese troops will try the miles west of Bermuda second phase of their so The storm continued to be called autumn campaign by poorly organized and packed Sept 1 They said the first winds of about 50 miles an phase apparently ehdedVAug20 hour with a drop in fighting The National Hurricane Cen The US Command said ter sail Eve Is moving today the t last of 25000 northeastward about 8 mjpji American troops pulled but on a course that should keep under President Nixons withthe storm well to the north of drawal plan would leave the Atlantic island Vietnam Thursday utue to intensity Battlefield reports said the expected this morning although fighting in the Que Son Valley some intensificattonis posslbte 340 miles northeast of Saigon later today raged into its third day US Eves back kick slapped Marines ran into heavy maheavy seas against the South chine gun from Horttt beaches Vietnamese concealedin spidef of the Northern Bahamas Tuesday as the storm edged Nearly 70 Americans had slowly away from toe Conf d on Page 16 Contd on 16 a in in accepted the money pro Tells Of Treatment At Camp LBJ ceeds from the Rotary chicken barbeque held recently Rotarians Pehn Hunt THE WEATHER Sunny and mild today High upper 70s to near 80 Clear and not as cool tonight Low mid 50s to near 60 Sunny and warmer Thursday Hign in the lower 80s Friday fair and warm met at noon at the Hotel with Mike Scialabba serving as chairman of the day Scialabbaalso was general chairman of the clubs barbecue V Robert Etnire told of the pro posed Penn State management seminar for persons in top and middle management The sem inar will be conducted during the fall season for eight weeks one evening a week Purpose of the seminar will be to aid persons in improving their leadership skills and to assist them in learning more about motivating people Etnire who has bepn manager of Blair Division of Westab Inc since 1967 will leave the area to assume the duties of manager of the Montag Division in At lanta Ga September 1 As a goingaway present from Rotary officers and members Etnire was presented with a pen desk set Etnirp had the honor of pre Politics Charge Is Made ms wrote his father from an Army L0ng ATHENS A Special forces officer says he and seven gain a response other Green Berets charged with killing a Vietnamese national are First on Williams mind was beingheld for political reasons by the Army keeping the situation from his Capt Budge E Williams mother 0 Donlt tell he instructed Ws father their first hearing looked like for Bin Jail you hkVe to the Nuremberg WaiTrials all In Solitary A Mirth But weeks over again Williams cell at Camp LBJ l have I did not get a lawyer until filled an area approximately tf0rined t1at three days after I asked for five by seven feet He was In news one There were available on post 18 before being shifted td near Saigon GIs stockade in South Vietnam that refer to the Jail as Camp LBJ ing looked like WaiTrials all later he just a you she Contd on Page5 release Iguess lawyers solitary from July 19 until tel1 before on post 18 before being shifted il Charges are supposed to be confinement In a barracks Army promised a read in 24 hours We waited a While in would be delivered in week wrote there was only oneadvance the release It wastwo weeks before the opening in his sealed room and telegram did not arrive hearings started the roof was made of tin tlme coercion was used Because of the heai the Neighbor Calls Mother in getting a statement from a temperatures inside the box A watching televi witness soared sion called and told Mrs Williams and his companions To go to the bathroom WiIUams ner son had been were lodged insolitary confineWilliams said he had to bang with murder ment for 30 days in the US his cell door to raise a guard After weeks Army headquarters stockade at and then he might or might not Contd on Page 16 Will Dedicate Lady Bird Grove Nixons Hosting Johnsons For Big Birthday Party SAN CLEMENTE Calif UPI The Nixons and the Johnsons get together today for a 61st birthday party for toe former presi dent at the western White House The busy day Includes a Rotary Barbecue Benefits Community Center Kd busa right1 on bohalf of thp HimtinRdon Communltj Center Board receives a clicrk in the amount of from Huntingdon Rotary Club for thp Centor This amount was made possfbl from the Hotaryspoiisofert barbprup Makinp the loiiars Norman J Sniitli loft Hotary president and Scialabiia sorvwl asRcnoral chairman of tIIP barbecue special luncheonbirthday celeNorthern California at 1 pm bration here and then an tor the redwood grove dedica afternoon trip to the Redwood tion ceremony Traveling with National Forest in Northern the two first families were the California to dedicate the Johnsons daughters Lynda Lady Bird Johnson Grove Bird Robb and Luci Nugent The Johnson family was and their husbands scheduled to arrive at Nixons To Confer Privately villa on the Pacific at about While Nixon confers privately am today with Johnson at the western v Awaiting the former presWhite House prior to the ident was a threelayer luncheon the Presidents cake with lemon cream filling daughter and soninlaw Julie and decorated with the Taxas and David Eisenhower will and yel help Mrs Nixon show her low roses Happy Birthday Is Texas guests around her appropriately inscribed on the summer home frosting Absent from the festivities The Nixons and the Johnsons was the Presidents other were to fly to Arcata In daughter Tricia 23 who was confined to Walter Reed Hospital in Washington after c o m p 1 a 1 ning of abdominal pains The grove of redwood trees was dedicated to the former first lady in recognition of her efforts to beautify America and Conf d on Page 16 INSIDE THE NEWS Ann Classified Ads 14 15 Comics 23 Crossword15 Obituaries2 Society Club11 Sports4   

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