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Daily News (Newspaper) - September 6, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania CLASSIFIED ADS DIAL MISS CLASSIFIED 6434040 or 5424641 Library Buiiding Pa S HIKE CENTS COPT HUNTINGDON and MOUNT UNION SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 6 1969 PHONE 6434040 Nang ttack County Chairman Trials On Monday Criminal Court Plans Revised i 181 SAIGON UPI Communist ops early today launched sir heaviest attack in a year the city of Da Nang and urrounding Allied military ases A ground assault against US Marine Corps jail killed sree Americans and wounded 11 At least 14 rockets smashed bto Da Nang City South hetnams second largest kill 17 civilians and wounding 12 Ithers Reports said seven of tie dead were children It was be first shelling of the orthern coastal city In nearly hree months The US Naval Hospital ampound on the edge of Da received at least one 3und but there were no eports of casualties or da kage A direct hit on a South fietnamese army ammunition pply dump near the Da Nang iver sent huge fireballs into he night sky I The US Command in Saigon id the Da Nang assaults were heaviest in the area since lug 23 1968 They said total Imerican casualties were three IDed and 112 wounded The attacks carried a new jmmunist campaign into its scond day The intensified ellings started late Thursday fght only a short time after Viet Cong announced they auld start observing a 72hour easefire at 1 am Monday 1 jm EDT The South Vietnamese and Contd on Page 2 After a hasty revision of plans the trial of cases at the Septem ber Term of Huntingdon County Criminal Court will get under way Brazil Bows To Demands Of Elbricks Kidnapers Kosygin In Hanoi For Funeral HONG KONG I Premier Alexei N Kosygln I arrives in Hanoi today to attend I the funeral of North Vietna Imese President Ho Chi Minn I The possibility of a chance I meeting with Chinas Chou En llai was ruled out by the I Chinese premiers early The Chinese d e leg a t I o n I hastened to Hanoi only a few hours after the Vietnamese leader died of heart attack Wednesda LESTER J MAC DONALD MacDonald Is FarmCity Week Head Lester J MacDonald of 818 Mifflin Street Huntingdon a well known businessman and trucker has been appointed chairman of the 1969 observance of Farm City Week In Huntingdon County The appointment was announ ced by M R Deppen Pennsyl vania Farm City Week chair man Serving as cochairman with MacDonald will be Harold Davis of Huntingdon RD 2 a well known dairy farmer MacDonald will coordinate ac tivities within Huntingdon County during the observance which will emphasize the interdependence that exists between rural and ur ban people The week will be marked from November 21 through 27 and focus on the theme Farm City Partners for Better Living FarmCity Week observances were organized on a national scale 15 years ago to bring about betterunder standing be tween urban segments of society in America1 Contd on Page 7 have been summoned to appear at a ro for duty Judge R Merle Heffner will preside at the session which is expected to continue for two weeks District Attorney Newton C Taylor has prepared a list of 80 cases for trial at the Sep tember Term Eight of those on the list must be tried before a visiting jurist since Judge Heff ner was involved in them as counsel before he was named to the bench Taylor said today that priority will be given to defendants who are in Huntingdon County Jail and to those charged with ser k ious offenses He added that some of the defendants in jail have no legal counsel since none is available Officials are having a great difficulty obtain ing attorneys for all those de siring legal counsel Efforts have been made to have law yers in adjoining counties serve Envelopes To Be Distributed During Week Huntingdon Firemen Set For Fund Appeal Atter 30 Years Prisoners To Be Freed In Exchange I O rrr III I OILPJ JU Show Fall Fashions Ten Huntingdon stores have signified their willingness to par ticipate in the fall fashion show set by the Huntingdon Retail Mer chants for Wednesday evening September 10 at oclock Location for the first fall fash ion parade ever to be held in Huntingdon is the Elks Home as legal counsel for some of the Third and Penn Streets defendants but to date there has Stores will be responsible for models who will been finalized by Huntingdon volunteer firemen fcr most intensive fund drive during the week of Sept 815 Goal for the ninth annual appeal will be Robert Peters Huntings mortician is serving as gener al chairman of the fund campaign which will feature a blockby block canvass of Hunt ingdon Bor ough Taylor Highlands and a portion on Oneida Township Some 3000 appeal envelopes will be distributed by the volun teer firemen and auxiliary mem bers starting Monday evening Call back date for the collection of the envelopes with contrttmt Nixon Set To Return To Capital been little success in this direc tion It will be recalled that the Samuel L Reed murder case was scheduled as the first trial at the September Term start ing last Tuesday The proceed securing wear the latest in mens wo mens and childrens fashions for the approaching winter season This is an open to the public show fvej of admission charge and a large crowd is ings ended in a mistrial shortanticipated Since this is a ly before noon on Wednesday when family show merchants are hope Contd on Page 2 Contd on Page 7 Days Of Penitence For Jews Rosh Hashana To Begin On Friday area Huntingdon Native Gets Ford Promotion W Philip Neff a native of 79yearold on Monday September 22 Huntingdon has been appointed with Ten days of penitence and a day of atonement are ahead for those of Jewish faith With the blowing of the shofar the tradi tional rams horn Jews across the world will be called to assemble In their synagogues to begin Rosh Hashana observances The High Holy Days begin at sundown on Friday September 12 and Saturday September 13 marks the first day of the ten days of penitence leading to the day of atonement Yom Kippur Pittsburgh district business man i im j agement manager for the Ford However it left Thursday night Company instead of waiting for next Raymond K Mulhernj theP I week s ronerai tricts sales manager announced speculation today He succeeds R E Fitch who been There had that Kosygln and Chou whose governments have been at odds over border disputes would be brought together by Hos death The most widely held opinion among diplomats and specia lists both in Hong Kong and at the Paris Vietnam talks was that the Chinese wishes to underscore their differences with Russia by refusing to have any top ranking official present at the same functions as Kosygin Lesser speculation was that the Chinese might be preparing Contd on Page 2 With Rosh Hashana begins the Jewish year 5730 Two days of observance mark the New Year for most Jewish congregations with services in eluding song and prayer the use of a cantor and choir On Rosh Hashana God judges Odd Aspects Of Pike Case Noted BETHLEHEM IsraeliOccu pied Jordan the search for James A Pike went into its fourth day today police sources disclosed that investiga tors were mystified by several was named sales planning man of those of ttefSth unusual aspects ofthe former Total To during the past year He opens Episcopal bishops disappea Neff joined Ford in 1964 as a statistical analyst in the Pitts burgh District Sales Office He Is a graduate of Juniata College Huntingdon and attend ed the University of Nebraska Neff served three years in the Contd on Page THE WEATHER Sessions For Church School Leaders Set Cloudy warm and humid today tonight and Sunday with scattered showers and thunderstorms High today and Sunday 80 to 87 Low tonight 65 to 73 Outlook for Monday with show ers three books as pictured in the Talmud in which are inscribed the names of all Jews In one are recorded the names of men wholly righteous in an other the names of those wholly wicked in a third the names of those who are moderately good and moderately bad The righteous are immediately inscribed for life the wicked are condemned But judgement on those in the third book partly good and partly bad is suspend ed until Yom Kippur to give them ten days in which to re pent of their bad actions Prayers over Rosh Hashana seek Gods rule over the entire SAN CLEMENTE Calif Nixon Satur day was winding up his first extended stay at the western ions will be Monday Sept 15 White House A second callback will be made The President and his family later if the first one is success have been here since Aug 9 and their return to Washington The special gifts phase of the was scheduled for Sept 8 annual drive is already under En route back to the nations way under the chairmanship of capital the President planned Martin H Heine well known to stop at Del Rio Tex andHuntingdon businessman dedicate the Amistad Dam In nlne years the firemen across the Rio Grande River have never reached their goal This will be a joint but Peters Heine and the fire which will give Nixon an fighters are determined that the opportunity to have brief 1969 drive will be a success private talks with his neighbor Strong appeals for generous president to the south Gustavo support of the effort were made Diaa Ordaz of Mexico today by the drive leaders Also en route from Del Rio An efficient fire department to Washington the American Contd on Page 7 Chief Executive was expected to fly to the Mississippi d imaged the Hurricane Camille Meantime the President had other problems on his mind principally how to deal wlttt it This has been a source of preoccupation for most of his stay at the western White House WASHINGTON Inflation and pending admitop Republican senators met nistration measures to cope Friday and then announced with the situation will be high that Sen Hugh Scott R Pa on the Nixon agenda once he will serve as acting minority returns to his White House desk leader in the Senate until Sen Tuesday morning Everett M Dirksen RU1 ei Nixoris schedule at the end of ther recovers or asks for an his California stay was decidedelection ly lowpressure He spent Scott met with SenMargaret Chase Smith Maine chairman of the Republican Senate Con ferencej Sen Gordon Allott Colo chairman of the GOP Policy Committee and Sen Milton Young N D secretary of the GOP Conference Sen Smith said she would call a meeting of Republican senators to elect an acting lead er if Dirksen suggested it She said she had the power the under GOP Conference rules to js appoint a substitute for Dirk day forwarded to victims sen and said she had asked of Hurricane Camtlle This total Scott to assume the duties of leader until Senator fur GEORGE H BURDICK PGC Land Manager Is Retiring RIO DE JANEIRO The Brazilian government pre pared today to fly 15 prisoners to Mexico in order to secure the release by Brazilian leftist terrorists of kidnaped UJS Ambassador C Burke EDorlck An announcement on the departure of the 14 men and one woman was expected to be made following a cabinet meeting called for 9 ajn AM EDT by the threeman military command which re placed ailing President Arthur Da Costa e Silva this week The two leftist terrorist groups which claimed responsi bility for kidnaping Thursday said the ambassador would be released unharmed once the prisoners reached their destination The kidnapers said the group was to be flown to Mexico Chile or Algeria Foreign Minister Jose Ma galhaes Pinto said Friday night he had been informed Mexico had agreed to give asylum to the prisoners Jn Mexico City Foreign Minister Antonio Carrlllo Flores said Mexico will grant political asylum to the prisoners 0 As Acting Minority George H Burdick 526 Penn Street Huntingdon land manage ment assistant with the South central Division Pennsylvania Game Commission Huntingdon is retiring next TuesdaySept 12 after more than 30 years of service with the state agency Burdick G2 has been at Hunt ingdon for 13 years since August 1 1956 when he joined the divi sion staff He came to the southNew Agreement central Division from Tidioute The Burdick family is moving C puntyj C qudie r sibrt V RD 3 where they will reside7 on a which they recently Contd on Page 2 Contd on Page 2 4 Districts In County To Get Contd on Page 7 Red Cross Gifts Huntingdon Chapter of A party of about 30 Israeli DatC In Appeal volunteers set out again today rr in the hot Judean Desert to look for the 56yearold theologian missing since Monday when his automobile became stuck on of the money received thus minority search were these questions fa the disaster apDirksen is able to be back and according to the sources Pf1 those who participate lost homes and possessions Mrs Smith said none of the during the flood leaders had been In contact The national organization has with Dirksen or knew what he assigned Huntingdon Red Cross wanted done in his absence Expert could find despite the Diane had trackers Bedouin no trace of Pike fact that his wife led them to the exact spot where she said she had last seen him CContd on Page 7 public support of the quired of him Cross hurricane re was urged todav by re A laboratory school for church school teachers and leaders will begin Sunday September 7 at 4 pm in the Fifteenth Street United Methodist Church Hunt ingdon The school will continue through September 22 with ses sions each Sunday and Monday evenings Seventysix teachers from United Methodist Schools in a thirtymile radius have en rolled Thirty eight persons from Huntingdon churches have signified their intention to at tend A laboratory school is designed to provide for the teachers de partment and division superin tendents pas tors and administra tive officers in the church school an opportunity to learn how to make ones teaching and admin istration more effective This learning comes through the use of materials and methods Contd on Page 7 To Plan Programs For Year Juniata Alnmni Council Meeting Members cf the Juniata College Alumni Council the governing body of the colleges 5000member alumni organization are meeting today on the Juniata campus to plan programs for the coming year Presiding over the meeting Is Dr Russell A Hill assistant dean of educational research at Temple University this years Juniata College Alumni Associ ation president Hill is a 1955 graduate of Juniata and an as soclate professor of education at Temple where he earned his masters and doctor of educat ion degrees The groups busy Saturday agendacalls for discussion of several innovative programs that Contd on Page 2 n7 R A HILL Chapter a quota of Con Scott pledged the closest co tributions should be forwarded operation with other Republi None of the Bedouins living olfice Penn leaders and said he would in the area had seen Pike relfef perform the floor duties although some were not far from the spot pointed out by Mrs Pike trace has been found of any of the burdensome items HARRBBURG School sub sidy payments for four Hunting don County school districts to taling warded by State Treasurer Grace M Sloan to local school dis trict treasurers The payments represent quart erly state reimbursement cover ing the school year ending June 30 1969 and are made to cover such items as reimburs able teaching units supplement al payments on account of jointure membership or union or merged districts extension education homebound instruction and spec ial education Huntingdon County School dis tricts and the amount to be paid to each district as certified by the State Department of Educa tion area as follows Huntingdon Area School Dls brict Mount Union Area School District South Huntingdon County S c h o o 1 District Juniata Valley School District Workers Get Pay Boost N Fred Raker general pro duction manager Casual Wear Lady Arrow today announced that the Arrow Company a diyi sion of Cluett Peabody Com pany Inc has made an agree ment with the Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America for wage increases effecting the plant of the com pany in Huntingdon The agreement wasmadeatthe national level and calls for a wage increase of an hour effec tive September 1 1969 as well as J25 per hour in 1970 and per hour in 1971 for a total wage increase of an hour over the threeyear period In addition a specified amount of money was agreed upon for certain hourly paid categories Increased hospital benefits were also agreed upon to be come effective at a later date It was also stated that this is the largest wage increase Contd on Page 2 Frank E Wall Jr president United Givers Fund ted Cross is an impor meoiber of the UGF fam Contd on Page 2 Investigated carried by Pike including nlst almost certain to be abandoned by a man in a weakened state Police officials said privately the former California bishop must now be dead unless he obtained Bedouin assistance Searchers concentrated on the Armed caves and hill in the area in the hope that he may have sought Contd on Page 2 State Police today are contin uing the investigation of an all eged armed robbery which took place last night on the Hill Val ley Road Route 747 several miles south of Mount Union Victims of the alleged hold up are Clifford Willard Kyler 51 Mapleton Depot RD and Homer Brandt Norris 35 Shir leysburg RD Kyler reported he lost In Mapleton Native Named Reading Trust Secretary INSIDE THE NEWS Along The Juniata 7 Ann Landers12 Classified Ads 10 11 9 Crossword Albert Rung Obituaries Church Page Society Club Sports 11 6 2 3 8 5 cash and Norris said he was Contd on Page 2 Donald E Mattern a native of Mapleton Depot and senior vice president of the Reading Trust Company has been named secretary of the corporation Mattern a son of Mr and Mrs J Frank Mattern of Maple ton has been senior vice presi dent of the banking firm since last January His father is chair man of theboard of the First National Bank ofMapleton A brother Robert is vice president and comptroller of the First National Bank of Altoona A graduate of Pennsylvania State University Mattern holds a masters degree in business administration from the Wharton School of the University of Pen nsylvania Cdntdon Page 7 DONALD MATTERN 3 Injured In S mas hup Three persons suffered minor injuries yesterday afternoon in a twocar accident on Route 22 in Porter Township 11 mile east of Alexandria Janet Lee Campbell 23 Hunt ingdon RD 1 was southbound on Legislative Route 31098 at 3 pm operating a 1961 Buick sedan She halted at the stop sign on the RiverRoad as she was about to enter Route 22 Then she made a left turn to travel east on Route 22 and in so doing pulled into the path of a westbound 1960 Olds sedan operated by Alice Jane Donnelly 54 Alexandria Star Route The right front and rightrear of the Donnelly car hit the left front of the Campbell vehicle State Police said that Mrs Campbells visibility was ob structed by a utility truck parked along the north berm of the high way during repairs of a large outdoor sign Mrs Campbell suffered con tusions of the forehead Rachel Campbell 63 Huntingdon RD 3 Contd on Page 2 I
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