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   Daily News (Newspaper) - September 4, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                State Library Education Building o Chi Minli Dead No Change Expected Hanoi Hadio urged Hos nations standing with Moscow JL J M People to continue to channel and Peking is settledi Peking But all are fundamenses M K I all our will and forces into the Trotsky and Marx and Mao WBMMYTM v T rfkMJM tallv strone n job resident Dies Heart Attack SAIGON UPI You will kill 10 of our men and we will I kill one of yours arid in the end tt will be you who tire of it I HoChi Mlnh lived long enough to see his simple phitosophy war begin to hold true after eight years of fighting the worlds military power In the jungles of South Vietnam Ho Chi Minh lived ougti to sec his simple vanced age and serious ail lilosophy of war begin to hold ment He had been sick for rue after eight years of weeks hting the worlds greatest The government ordered a military power in the jungles ol week of mourning for Ho outh Vietnam beginning today but no funeral Hanoi Radio today announced plans were announced All flags death leaving North Vietand pictures of Ho were to be without the wisp of a bordered in black the order fellow who had inspired his said ople through 24 years of war The final weeks of his life rst against the French and had seen his philosophy of hen in South Vietnam patience bear fruit as the The broadcast said the 79United States weary of a yearold president died Wednesseemingly winless war began day of a sudden very serious pulling its troops out of heart attackdue to his ad Vietnam Hanoi liadio urged Hos nations standing with Moscow people to continue to channel and Peking is all our will and forces Into the Trotsky and Marx and Mao great cause of fighting and Tsetung were Hos teachers defeating the US but he was his own man liberating the south of our accepting military aid from country both the Soviet Union and China Ho was respected even in the but favoring neither in their south and became known as SinoSoviet feud UnC16 hKfe to fSlWt tS American officials believe thedeathof troops who came to world for Ho with the Soviet vietnamese President Ho Chi Minh probably will have no Indochina Union asking the North Vietna3Ubstanlia on war policy for the foreseeable future He had lived to see the mese to turn to the Kremlin for Japanese invaders driven out aid In continuing the war and he had led the fight that ended 70 Will Retain Policies But all are He lost his job tally strong Vietnamese nationsecretary general of the piny allsts dedicated to Hos objec but has staged a comeback and tives of unifying the country is now chairman of the national under the Lao assembly and a member of the nist party Among those who polltburo He has been one of might eventually take Hos the most vocal advocates of place four are most prominent carrying on the war until all IV rim ly mentioned Duan figure nf years of French colonialism To the end he was confident North Vietnam would triumph in the current war No change was expected in Hanois war policies with Hos top three or four aides to continue running the nation as they have been for the past several years Could Cloud Position Allied analysts at the Viet nam talks in Paris said doubt and delay could cloud the Communist bargaining position until Ho is replaced and his m Page 2 They expect his survivors among the leadership to con legendary 79yearold tinue much the same policies would have in death on the battlefield and at the This did not mean the US caHy a peace table because all of them intelligence analysts said tha southerner have been engaged there would L a derl cTally insis e o in implementing those policies bte power struggle in Hanoi South V etna m under for many years among the top members of the nist rule The consensus was that any Communist hierarchy Howev he Vas usuanv significant change in Hanois erthey expected this te moderate elements attitude or actions could coma fought the scenes len only after enough time has without affecting the general of choosing between passed to erode the Dowerf1 objectives for which Uncle and Peking effect of his personality on the HO had pledged tofieht a lte Hanois maximum demands are party met is considered Pham Van Dong whc lias been running the govern since Ho retired some ago and became the of last resort but stopped He Is a taking active part in govern therefore espe ment itself The fact that Pham on bringing Van Dong actually has been mean that Moscow as great as some of In Strong Position Minister Vo Nguy HO CHI MINH r at times had underestimated dates are tabbed as proreform program m iS J nevertheless Ho in Ufe had no inclination to Moscow and others are desubsequent was criUcfzed by V degrade the effect the scribed as leaning toard other leaded for S xce Contd on Page NEWS OL 48 HUNTINGDON and MOUNT UNION THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 4 1969 NO 185 Scotts Role In Senate Enhanced WASHINGTON UPI An Eastern liberal and a Rocky Mountain conservative move into the leadership among Seriate Republicans during the absence of GOP Leader Everett M Dirksen recovering from surgery for lung cancer Sens Gordon L Allott of Colorado and Hugh Scott of Pennsylvania are almost cer tain to assume leadership functions as the Senate moves into the busy final four months of its first Contd on Page 9 GIVE THE Expected To Announce Cutback Nixons Cabinet Goes Into Session Schedule Revised Reed Trial Reslated For Nov 10 SAN CLEMENTE Calif UPI President NiW summoned his full Cabinet into session today as the western White House Judge R Merle Heffner issued remained silent on the death of North Vietnam President Ho Chi an order today setting Monday Nov 10 as the date for the start of the Samuel Lee Reed murder trial Todays action also decrees several changes in the Novem ber Term of Huntingdon County Court in order to make provis Minh The Chief Executive to combat inflation also was expected to announce a whop ping cutback in new federally funded construction starts Nixons decision to defer new projects financed with federal dollars was leaked to the nations governors at Colorado Springs Colo by Vice Pres ident Spiro T squawked This was the first Cabinet meeting to be held at the California White House Mainly it was geared to Nixons domestic policies and new ways to prod Congress on Boy Hurt Runs Into Vehicle legislative program But with Secretary ions for the trial of the Reed case at the earliest possible date A Smithfield youngster sufIt will be recalled that the Agnew They fered minor injuries yesterday trial of the Reed case started when he ran into the side of a on Tuesday but ended ina mis car while dashing across Perm trial yesterday when it was Street between Seventh and the learned that a niece of Wallace Portstown Arch R Foster 49 Alexandria RJ3 The boy Mark Stultz son of the slain man was a member Mr and Mrs Wilmer L Stultz of the panel of prospective jur his 818 Juniata Avenue Huntingdon ors She had been with the Guest Speaker At UF Seminar George B Kelly center director of Labor Participation County United Fund The event marked the start of the major for the Community Services of Pennsylvania was the featured speaker yesterday afternoon at an Employee Chairmens Work shop Session held at the Holiday Inn Jr for the Huntingdon gifts Labor and Industry Division of the UF drive Talking with Kelly are John B Kunz left and Frank M Davis leaders In this phase of the county campaign iie Cafe Exhumation Ruled Out By Jurist treated at the J C Blair segregated group of prospective of De Memorial Hospital and then re Contd on Pare 3 fenseMeMnR Laird Secreta leased He suffered lacerations Ary pRbger s of several flngers oh hislet V andother toplevel advisers onnandJPlus contusions of the chest Tyy hand discussion was expected and forehead 11 O Ft ft to broaden to the Vietnam War Patrolman Edward LMerrills implications of Hos death and of the Huntingdon Police Depart the North Vietnamese leader ment said the accident happened ship vacuum at Pm as Stultz crossed Foregoes Recreation Penn Street north to south at Foregoing his usual routine of the municipal parking lot golf or swimming Wednesday The boy narrowly missed being Contd on Page 2 l A T Contd on Page 9 UNITED Red Rocket Attack On Hue Starts WILKES BARRE Pa UPI Attorneys for the family of Mary Jo Kopechne said today they would wait the next move of Massachusetts authorities in their petition to exhume and perform an autopsy on the body of the pretty secretary who died in an auto accident involving Sen Edward M Ken SAIGON Cnmmunedy nist rocket attack early today Attorney Joseph F Flanagan on the former imperial capital who argued against the petition of Hue killed one Vietnamese try Massachusetts Dist Atty civiliaji wounded six others anci Edmund Dinis for the exhuma destroyed a house military tion and autopsy in a hearing spokesmen said Aug 25 said court sus It was the first shelling of the tained our position that he northern coastal city did not present enough nams third largest with a facts to warrant his petition population of 150000 in three Judge Bernard C Brominski weeks ruled Wednesday that the peti Spokesmen said two mantion by Dinis for exhumation sized 122mm rockets slammed and autopsy failed to set forth into Hue shortly after 2 am sufficient facts under Pennsyl The attack was one nine vania law mortar or rocket attacks He granted Dinis 20 days to carried out by Communists file an amended petition Plans Drafted To Recover Bodies Of 78 Coal Miners PANMUNJOM Korea UPI United States today again asked North Korea to release the threeman crew of a helicopter shot down Aug 17 by the Communists and offered to express for the crafts intrusion into North Korean air space The Communists rejected the MANNINGTON W Va UPI Workmen will begin unsealing and demanded the United the Mannington No 9 mine Sept 12 first step in recovering the siAtes admit the flight of the bodiesof 78 men entombed since last November The recovery unarmed heUcoP161 its is expected to take several months territory was a criminal act John Corcoran president of They also called on Washington Consolidation Coal Co which to stop these quibbllngs owns the mine announced the The exchange took place at target date for reopening the 294th meeting of the Korean Wednesday in a letter to the Armistice Commission at this families of the miners truce village on the 38th Camden Has Firebombing CAMDEN Nj UPI A firebombing which did little jrTor damage and a It was decided that condi tions in the mine are now such that a target Sate could be set Corcoran said But it may be report of gun necessary to temporarily delav Contd on Page 9 INSIDE THE NEWS The was sealed last Discuss Campaign Plans H Gerald Quigg coordinator and John B Kunz chairman of yesterdays worktrainine session for United Fund solicitation in Huntingdon County discuss the outline of the campaign with Attorney Morris M Terrlzzi keynote speaker at the program IK Id at the Holiday Inn abor Industry Drive Starts dustry Division presided at tlie orientation session Forty vol unteers wlw will conduct InpUint Campaigns during the month of September attended Kunz ro viewed specific agencies served by United Fund the orpin ization for the drive umi tlio Roals to i Wednesday night and early today Six of the barrages caused neither damage nor casualties spokesmen said The US Command ordered new waves of nr2 bomber strikes over jungled areas of PhuocLong Province northeast of Pahron Field reports said more than 200 South Vietna mpsp troops have been killed or wounded in fighting this week in Hie region Since Tuesday afternoon HKs have flown 11 missions over lie provinre dropping at least 1000 tons of bombs American troops were sent into However the Kopechue attor neys believed the ruling was to 400 riot equipped po lice in patrol cars moved mine Nov 30 10 of a series of explosions and fires The Sept 12 date was set Wednesday by the team plan Ann Landers 8 Classified Ads12 13 Comics I11 Crossword13 Editorials 6 News of Yesteryear 14 Huntingdon Native Badly Wounded In Viet A Huntingdon native Marine CP1 Jay P McCardell m of Schellsburg R DI ly Injured while on patrol in Top eclielon United Fund vol the community labor manage Lnteers launched the Labor and ment educators housewives and needs for Tlt Labor ndustry Division Campaign foi professional personnel and Division Is nvspon Ihe United Fund of Huntingdon 2nd With the United Fund sible for for Bounty with a special workshop volunteers raising the needed tlie owra11 tiriw st evening at the Holiday Inn funds agencies have more limo employes in twenty larger uuUus Til to devote to service lix prin trics and organizationswill bo Keynote speaker of the evening cipal reason for their orpinizaaskci1 lo participate in this years George B Kelley director of tion campaign abor participation for Common 3rd United fund raising keeps A presentation on iy Services of Pennsylvania em costs down J In Huntingdon Coun Proven lechniques used in estab bhaslzed the national scope of ly it costs a low 8 cents to 1Lsllinf employee he United Fund movement and raise each dollar The majorcampaigns was presented by presented tliree major points in Uy of n1 Amors funds go to xecutive di favor of tlie UnUed Way of fund tlw agencies for service rector of development at Junkita raising Jolui B Kunz vliv pnsldent lmi coclwirinan of Ho 1st Kelley stated United of tinJ H Kunx Company ami llul Plvislou A und represents all segments of Cliairman of th lilxir and In Cunlii on Pap2 Variable cloudiness and niiid with a few liplit show today and early tcjnlght Hiph Unlay mid 70s to low SOs tonight In GOs Friday variable cloudiness and a little warmer with scat lered showers and thunder sliowors developing be after noon or evening npjjer 70s to mid SOB Saturdays outlook warm with scattered showers uid UmnoVrslionvrs 20f a son of Mr and Mrs Jay P Mc Cardcll Jr Shcellsburg RJD 1 Tlie father is a truck driver The McCardells formerly re sided in Huntingdon where the young Marino was born His paternal grandparents were the late Dr and Mrs jay P Me Garden Dr McCardell was a dentist at the State Correctional Institution Cpl McCardell suffered frag mentation wounds of the head shoulders and abdomen and both legs were fractured He first was taken to a hos pital in Da Nanp arid then trajis oil Tape 2 a light rain falling all day and night streets bars and eating places were desert ed Police reported that arrests since the disorders tapered off early Wednesday numbered only six all on minor charges A supermarket in a predomi nately Puerto Rican neighbor hood on the north side was hit by a firebomb placed under its roof Wednesday night The fire was quickly extinguished by Contd on Page 9 Contd on Page 2 Sports Sunday School Lesson 14 Peace Conservation Rally Becomes Ghastly Affair Area Man Hit IK Car Killed HEKDSV1LLE Pa Wilson P Mlnton 81 Reeds vine RD was killed Wednesday when heH was si ruck by a car on Route 055 near this Mifflin County town Authorities said a station wagon driven by John K McKnipht 2fl Altoona at tempted to swervo away from Mintisi but hit him with a fen oVr PALO ALTO Calif Palo Alto is a sophisticated university it has decided the peace and conser vation rally on Labor Day was a bit much In what it considered a restrained response the City Council Wednesday ordered the city manager and Police Department to make a full report on the affair along with recommendations for prevent ing anything like that from happening In Palo Alto again What happened was that the rally attended by up to 10000 persons degenerated into a wild outdoor drinking drug and sex party Police said they observed about 10 couples in sexual intercourse on the park lawn At least two girls were raped One of them was tortured and nearly drowned It Was Ghastly It was a ghastly thing Everybody in the community is disturbed said Kirke Corn stock a city councilman who gave a talk at the rally on pollution V Comstock said even the sponsors the Free Peoples Free Music Co expressed shock and regret at what happened The rally started out very innocently said the city councilman There were several rock bands a few speakers Contd on Page 9   

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