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Daily News (Newspaper) - August 29, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania State Library Education Building Nixon Pressures Hanoi For Signs In Viet Action Five New Hampshire She Wants Peace GIS Killed 17126 VOL 48 HUNTINGDON arid MOUNT UNION FRIDAY AUGUST 29 1969 NO 180 SAN CLEMENTS Calif UPI President Nixon today continued a slow steady pressure on Hanoi to produce a dependable sign the North Vietnamese want peace What bothered Chief Executive and his top advisers western White KOUM that they had no visible Nixon proof th Noh wanted to end tteiutilti in Southeast Asia pressure was Gar Truck In Smashup this volatile subject before tin end of August According to White House officials a deter mlnation beyond 25000 cut announced at Midway Island in early June would have to await Nixons return to Washington Sept 8 t Has Another Consideration A car and a truck were dam Also Nixon had another aged in an accident last internatonal trading card which evening on Legislative Route had to be the 31054 inSaulsburgBarree Town North Vietnamese and the Viet ship No person was injured Cong representatives do and tn the 6 pjn mishap say In Paris Thus far they 1 State Police said Danvyn E have done little toward the sort Ayers 35 Huntingdon R D2 of settlement the United States driving a 1961 Pontiac con would accept vertible was northbound on the The American message was legislative route Robert A coming through slowly No pull Peters Sr 49 Saulsburg Hunt down without some commensur trigdon R D 2 was approach ate action from the North wiu ing the highway from a private drive on the east side of the highway and he stopped with his right front wheel on the roact way He was operating a 1967 GMC pickup truck r Ayers applied his brakes and swerved to the right to try and avoid a collision but hit the mid The President will have several opportunities to lean on Hanoi in public statements in the near future appearance before the National Governors Conference in Denver Colo on Labor Day the Mexican border SAIGON New thre National Guards men were killed when their truck hit a Viet Cong mine as they drove away from the battlefront en route to be processed back home from Vietnam military spokesmen said today A patrol led by a US Green Beret sergeant in the same area discovered an obsolete US M41 tank hidden in an underground Communist bunker near Tay Ninh The five National Guardsmen were driving down a road 32 miles north of Saigon Tuesday when the trucks rear tires hit 40 pounds of explosives spokes men said They were Spec4 Guy A Blanchett 22 Spec4 Roger E Robichau 24 Spec5 Richard E Beaest 24 Sgt Richard P Raymond 27 and Spec4 Gaetan J G Baudoin 20 all of Manchester NH All were of the 3rd Battalion 197th Artillery which had arrived in Vietnam in Septem ber 1968 for a years duty All Confd on Page 5 Three Missing Crewmen Are North Koreans Adinit section of the Peters vehicle Sept 8 when he makes a public Damage to the Peters truck appearance with Mexican Pres was estimated at while Went Gustavo Diaz Ordaz near the Ayers convertible was dam Del Rio Tex aged Contd on Page 5 Resting Comfortably In Hospital Kennedys Wife Has Miscarriage Mass UPr Joan Kennedy wife of Sen Edward M Kennedy Thursday night suffered her third miscarriage She was reported resting comfortably early today Fin em an Hearing Is Under Way Her condition is good shes sleeping comfortably up there said a spokesman for Cape Cod Hospital Mrs Kennedy was in one of the hospitals four private maternity rooms with a view of Lewis Bay The spokesman said she would probably be hospita lized a few days normal for a HARRISBURG UP The nliscmlneem House Ethics Committee holds The slender 32yearold a public hearing today on miscarried after cancel whether House Speaker Herbert plans far overnight Fineman was involved in a concoping trip with her husband flict of interest through his re friends The senator rushed lationship with a Japanese autoto the hospital from Nantucket truck firm Island when he learned his wife The hearings first of its kind was iu in the history of the Pennsyl In February vania General Assembly was The baby had been expected requested by Fineman The jj February Philadelphia Democrat also First Week Of Civil Court Ends The first week of the Septem ber Term of Huntingdon County Civil Court ended at Pm yesterday after a jury returned its verdict in the second case called for trial The traverse jury including seven men and five women de liberated 48 minutes before re turning a verdict for the plain tiff George W Bair of Mill Creekj and against the codefend ants Howard F and Charles J Booher of Mount Union RJ3 in the amount of Judge R Merle Heffner pre sided at the trial Bair an employe ofthe Perm Central Railroad sued for dam ages as the result of a two truck accident on Nov 171967 at the intersection of and Legislative Route 31098 east of Alexandria Confd on Page 5 Demand US Admission Of Guilt PANMUNJOM Korea UPI Korea said today tke three crewmen of a US Army hellcoper shot down Aug 17 over its territory are alive but wounded two of them iy The Communists said they would consider releasing the men only after the United States admits to the criminal act of sending the copter over North Korea and promises it will not happen again The first information on the fate of the crewmen was revealed at a meeting between Allied and Communist officials Contd on Page 5 New Teachers Attend Orientation Twentythree new teachers in the Huntingdon Area Schools attended an orientation held yesterday at Huntingdon Area High Schools While preparing for the opening of the new term on Tuesday the teachers took time out for this photo Shown front row left to rights Rose Marie Taylor Donna L Brown Barrett W Lutz William J Balawajder Charles F Daum Robert J Hoenstine Robert Metz Jeffrey Hohman Phyllis ADiehl and Hope Morningstar Second Gnus Shirley M Nadzak Louise Hilliard Carole Keams Mary Kay Sitch Linda Baker Rita Jean Haluska Alexa Tait Linda Muir Janet Fetter Mary Elizabeth Hespenheide and Lt Margare t L S choenherr 0 Egypt Jordan Iraq Syria Included Covers Much umm oicave Of Nation Planned In Cairo Teachers Spehd Day In School asked that the session be opened to newsmen Rep Robert C Wise DLy coming chairman of the new said about a dozen witnesses had been invited to testify including Malcolm Brlcklln Pennsauken NJ president of Subaru of Ameri ca Inc an Importer of Japa nese cars and trucks Finemin Requests Hearing Fineman requested the hear ing after a story appeared in ihe Philadelphia Bulletin on Aug 3 contending he had re ceived 1000 shares of Subaru last year in return for ac Confd on Page 3 Mrs Kennedys pregnancy was announced July 25 the same day Kennedy went on national television to explain Confd on Page 3 Crash In Heavy Fog On Route 45 Heavy fog early today was blamed for a twocar accident in Franklin Township in which total damage amounted to One car was demolished but no person was injured In the a m smashup was THE WEATHER Mostly sunny and warm to day High in the low to mid 80s Fair and warm tonight Low in the 60s except locally in the upper 50s mountain valleys Saturday sunny quite warm and more humid High in the mid to upper 80s Sunday sunny hot and humid Scattered thundershowers from the Texas Coast through the Southwestern states and around the Northern Great Lakes interrupted otherwise fair and warm weather around the nation today The weather bureaus hurri cane hunters reported that a wave near Trinidad iving out some isolated squalls but said it should expire today More than one inch of rain fell on Sault Ste Marie Mich slid the accident during the night nearly happened on Route 45 one mile inch was in both Alice west of Graysville The in Iuson vestigator said it was extreme ly foggy at the time of the mishap Frank Bruce Laird 28 Spruce Creek R D 1 operating a 1955 Mercury sedan was eastbound toward Sfate College Ernest L0 Brown 44 Box 130 Tyrone R D 4 also was eastbound driving a 1969 Ford coupe Lairds car stalled and he was attempting to restart the car as it moved slowly down the high way The Brown vehicle A Civil Defense spokesman in Lovingston Vs said Thursday on Page o INSIDE THE NEWS Contd on Page 3 Due In Los Angeles Harbor Today Skeptics Wait For Report From TurtleRiding Seaman Ann Landers6 Building Page 10 Classified Ads 12 13 Comics11 Courthouse RoundUp 10 Crossword13 Editorial6 Farm Page9 Obituaries 2 On Stage Live8 Pennsylvania Story 6 Society Club7 Sports4 5 Television Programs 8 9 LOS ANGELES UPI If Korean seaman Chung Nam Kim actually clung to the back of a giant sea turtle while awaiting res cue at sea it must have been a leatherback the dumbest of the species turtle experts said today The Swedish motorshlp Cita del was due in Los Angeles In the interests of Harbor this afternoon about science United Press Interna The leatherback grows to a size of more than 1000 pounds with a span across hisshell of six to seven feet He is the dumbest of all turtles You marine could get on his back and he would never know it the chief We put a couple here in the Tipsy Driver Is Arrested After Crash pm PDT carrying the tional spoke with seaman who contends ht diver at Marineland the famed tank and they swam to the wall survived a fall overboard from aquarium on the Pacific and and just kept pushing against it another freighter in the Pacific observed the technique of turtle until they collapsed alt the Nicaraguan coast last riding week by hitching a turtle ride Identifies Turtle Interpreter from the South Jake Jacobs who has been Consulate was to be at studying turtles for 30 years dockslde to try to get straight narrowed down the Identity of from Kim whether he actually the Good Samaritan to the matched the feats of the boy on leatherback the dolphin or whether his tale Now we dont want to call gained something in translation this man loose with the truth through the Swedish skipper of said Jacobs And in his favor Ihe Citadel In his brief radio we must concede thaf the account to his home office In waters off Nicaragua are the Malmo habitat of the leatherback In a radiotelephone conversa tion Thursday the seamantold South Korean consul Jai Sung Kim there was a party he had a few drinks went on deck to get some fresh air and fell overboard He swam for about 13 hours before he saw the turtle Was Afraid At First He thought it was some kind Contd on Page 5 A Mount Union man was ar rested for tipsy driving last even ing after he narrowly escaped injury in a onecar accident on Route 522 in Shirley Township miles south of Mount Union His vehicle was demolished in the crash Gerald Robert Glunt 37 of 614 North Division Street Mount Union was scheduled to be ar raigned today after spending the night in Huntingdon County Jail Glunt was southbound last even Ing at oclock driving a 19GO Ford station wagon He first ran off the roadway onto Contd on Pape 5 CAIRO UPI A summit conference of Israels most militant Arab foesEgypt Jordan Iraq and will soon be convened in Cairo to coordinate Middle East military strategy the semi official newspaper Al Ahram said today Al Ahram said the fournation summit would be held despite Pressure Is Mounting For Arrests VIENNA Pressure is mounting In Prague to arrest Alexander Dubcek and other leaders of the Prague Spring reform period reports reaching here from Czechoslovakia said today Hardliners within Ihe Czecho slovak Communist party leader ship already have drawn up charges ranging from sabo tage in high government office to reason the reports said The Czechoslovak press and radio have picked up these charges sometimes direct ly sometimes have been laying the groundwork for the arrest and trial of the men So far the report said any criminal action against them has been blocked by the personal Intervention of Pres Ident Ludvlk Svoboda who also prevented Dubceks and possibly his in Russia after the Sovietled Invasion of Czechoslovakia Aug 211968 In Prague informed sources said outspoken liberal Ludek Pachman journalist and chess grand master has been arrest ed apparently for organizing a number of protests against the new orthodox Communist party line The reports reaching Vienna said the Communist party presidium met on the night of the first anniversary invasion while antiSoviet de monstrations raged outside to hear demands by hardliners those responsible for the demonstrations be arrested Svoboda they said fores talled the move by stating As long as I am president there Hikers Find Stolen Car In Wooded Area A Buick sedan stolen in liamsburg several weeks ago was found yesterday in a heavily wooded area of Todd Township two miles northeast of Newburgi State Police said the thief drove the 1961 model sedan through a stand ofpine trees until It was some 300 feet off the nearest thoroughfare the Old Trough Creek Road Area residents used chalnsaws and a farm tractor to help State Police pull the stolen vehicle onto the roadway The car Is the property of Elvln D WillJamsburg The right door on the car was damaged the battery was stolen and the muffler was torn from the under part of the vehicle State Police said the car was discovered by two hikers who were travelling through the area 2 Motions teachers participated inaspecial day of activities arranged Huntingdon Area Schools New Teacher Orientation Day was held yesterday at the senior high school building with John E Binney superintendent of schools planning the activities Twenty three new stafit Arab League preference for an members along with their buddy all Moslem summit which would include chiefs of state from about 40 nations many of tnem them moderate and pro The day included a tour of Western the community Including Flag Two motions made by Samuel A statement by Al poie Hill the Huntingdon Indus Lee Reed in Huntingdon County Ahram Editor Mohamed Hastrial Park local industries inCourt on Wednesday morning sanein Haikal a close confident eluding Fiberglas and Prismo were denied yesterday by Judge of President Gamal Industries the HuntingdonR Merle Heffner Nasser indicated Egypt will county Library Juniata College Reed 20 is slated to go on not consider resuming diplomathe Raystown Reservoir conrtol Tuesday Sept 2 on a charge tic relations with the United struction site and other points murder States while American arms of Interest The Lawrence County young flow to Israel James Jackson served as tour man requested the court in the Al Ahrams comment on the guide first motion tbappointcocounsel prospective fournation summit Mayor M H DeForrest wasto assist Attorney William J coincided with the scheduled on hand to welcome the group Myers courtappointed counsel departure of King Hussein of and speak enthusiastically aboutta the defense of his Reeds Jordan for Saudi Arabia and the educational programs Cairo activities of the community The defendant also asked Judge Hussein was expected to Gene Slvetz of New England Heffner to disqualify himself as discuss with Saudi Arabias Mutual spoke to the group con the Presiding jurist at the forth King Faisal his preference for cerning fringe benefits coming trial for the reason an Arabsonly summit and to Richard Enures president of that court been attorney further this discussion Saturday the board of education warmly for the defendanf s mother many years ago in a domestic rela Contd on Page 3 Contd on Page 3 Pompidou Outlines Economic Plan Tighter Credit Is Facing Frenchmen MaPi tlons Thus the Reed murder case is scheduled to open on Tuesday with Judge Heffher presiding and with District Attorney Newton C Taylor representing the Com monwealth Attorney Myers will be Reeds lawyer Contd on Page 5 PARIS Austerity to a Frenchman for the next fqur months probably means he will have to put more money down if he buys a new car and he will have less time to pay off the balance That is the essence of part of eton s Parade Party Slated Oct 25 As in former years Maple Georges Pompidous from 30 per to Put France back on ne win nave only 15 months its economic feet on the heels rather than 21 to pay off the tons Halloween celebration will of this months devaluation of rest be a double feature event this the franc Similar restrictions will apply year a colorful street parade Giscjud dEstaingi the to electrical household goods and a gala party Giscard dEstatns severity The annual mummers parade measures were proposed in on Saturday October 25 will three parts start at pjn to be ifok measures to economics and finance minister and main architect of the recovery plan presented the program in detail to a fivehour will be no political fight innatlon pledge he had given earlier in For con short second1 group olT mea speech before the t t sures rejecting the theory the Earlier reports said Dubcek and other reform leaders who still hoid public office would Contd on Pase 3 f should make sacrifices purchasing power loneer cent on the purchase 6f a new Contd on Page 3 lowed by the party at the Maple ton Band Hall at pm L Park Andrews will be the parade chairman while Lions Secretary Wilber Dell will once again be the party chairman The Lions met in regular ses slon last evening set the date Contd on Page 5
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