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   Daily News (Newspaper) - September 11, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                CLASSIFIED ADS DIAL MISS CLASSIFIED 6434040 or 5424641 THE DAILY s tate Library ducation Building Pa 17136 sure CENTS PER COPY HUNTINGDON and MOUNT UNION THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 11 1969 PHONE 6434040 NO 191 Egyptian Warplanes Strike JL L Back At Israeli Positions Testimony For Annual Operating Expenses in Ralston Juniata Opening Case Heard New Support Retaliation Raids Were Expected Union The young defendant is charged A J ith burlar and larcen as the AClllit with burglary and larceny as the Young Models Pose For Photographer The youngsters had fun and so did the adults at the fall fashion show last night staged by Huntingdon Merchants at the Elks Home Chet Isett chairman for the first fall fashion parade ever staged by the merchants is surrounded by a representative group of the young models A blue ribbon jury is college will initiate a new fund raising effort this tall peeled to return a verdict today wttn a ot lor annual support of operating expenses in the case of Commonwealth William E SwigartHuntingdon business executive and a Juniata vs Larry Gene Ralston of 101alumnus wm serve as general chairman of the campaign known Bast Pennsylvania Avenue Mount as the Annual Support Fund Dr John N Stautter presi dent of the College announced the establishment of the newfund j Saturday at a meeting of the the Mount Union Norge Village KefflStlatlOll Juniata CoUege National Alumni laundromat in which the change Council He emphasized the machine was looted of about Je need for the improvement of Testimony In the case started a at 4do yesterday afternoon fol lowing the selection of the voir Registration for the 1969 Adult dire jury Evening Education Program and Judge R Merle Heffner is tor the Standard Evening High Saturday at a Juniata College Council He need for the faculty salaries and pointed out that institutions like Juniata get more out of their education al dollar tlian some other HARRY HAGMEIER presiding at the SeptemberTerm School will be held at the office gto of Huntingdon County Criminal of the Huntingdon AreaSenior Fund wlll Merchants Show New Housing Plan Eyed NewFall Fashions By Committee Lovely ladies and charming children paraded the runway set up in the Elks home during last nighPs fall fashion parade staged T John Schillereff Harold B by a number of Huntingdon merchants to display their latest Fink and John Gadient of Presi styles dential Homes Inc of Pember The show was the first in a planned series of events hoped to ton N J were the guests of be annual happenings Evaiis Deck Officer Is Sentenced Fortythree petit jurors tember 18th from pjn to called by Prothonotary Calvin pjm each evening T Walker for examination by Both credit and noncredit District Attorney Newton CTay classes for adults are being of lor and Attorney James CHlmes fered Noncredit classes will Ralstons legal counsel Sixteen meet for their of the potential jurors were chalduring the week lenged by the defense attorney 29th and continue six were challenged by the Com monwealth and seven were ex cused by the court for cause The panel for the Ralston case includes nine women and three Contd on Page 9 first session of September until the first week of December Credit classes are scheduled for a longer time to meet credit requirements All classes how ever meet from 7 pan until Contd on Page 5 S U B I C BAY Philippines deck officer of the US destroyer Frank E Evans today received only aa official reprimand and a delay in promotion for his role in the collision of his ship with the Australian carrier Melbourne Lt GS Ronald C Ramsey 24 of Long Beach Calif and Phoenix Ariz could have been jailed for two years on the negligence and dereliction of duty charges to which he pleaded guilty earlier in the day v Ramsey was the senior officer on the Evans bridge during the predawn collision June 3 in the South China Sea in which 74 American sailors were killed In addition to receiving a reprimand Ramsey lost 1000 Contd on Page 9 Small Town Mourns Loss Of Dirkseii The models appearing on a stage lined with fall flowers showed the crowd estimated at about 400 styles to appeal to everyone Featured were clothing items for children and grandmothers and all ages between The fashions were from eleven Huntingdon clothing stores and shoe stores Door prizesaward ed to lucky ticket holders and donated by the various mer chants were awarded between segments of the show Those attending were also lucky to hear entertainment by the Wrens a group of four girls from Alexandria making a name for themselves with their har monies Galla and Janet Higln botham Linda Ciganik and Karen Melton entertained with the fol lowing numbers Something Stupid To Sir With Lore Bam boo a satirical tune about Stron tium 90 I Gotta Be Me and Patterns Narrating the event was Mrs Shirley Friedland The show went smoothly Occasional bash fulness on the part of the child models did wore to charm the audience than to disturb it Once however Mrs Friedland admitted I dont know who the next model is H was a put on because suddenly a clown with two faces stumbled out onto stage to show the latest in bar rels The main emphasis was on young womens apparel Contd on Page 9 H B and Is Committee of Thirty at a noon luncheon Wednesday at the Red Fox Lounge J The representatives from Presidential Homes spoke con cerning middle income housing and the interest supplement method of financing both single family dwellings and multiple housing units The session was conducted by Donald G Everhart H B and I president Among the guests was the Rev Robert Raycroft human resources specialist with the Turnpike District Planning and Development Commission TWO NEEDS Everhart opened the post luncheon discussion with a point wellknown to area industrial plrt ists businessmen and develop j ers the two major problems fac ing this area are vocational tech nical training and housing The HB and I committee headed by Arthur R Neary has been concerned with providing needed additional housing and rentals for this area for several years A number of plans have been investigated and members present at the luncheon listened Invitations Now Being Readied million annual budget prin cipally in the area of faculty salaries and student aid the president explained While the current Margin of Difference campaign is successfully de veloping gift resources for bricks and mortar pro jects such as the new mil lion College Center he said the Annual Support Fund will immediately benefit the total ed ucational program of the College by channelling funds into current operations In addition to fund raising ef forts Dr Stauffer told the alum nl a tuition Increase next year and effective budget con trol have been instituted to imurove Colleges financial Hagmeiar of P Ittsburgh and Mrs Egyptian warplanes attacked Israeli positions today for the first time in 14 months apparently in retaliation for Israels raid into Egypt Tues day Israel said its troops and planes shot down two and possibly three of the attackers Three Israeli troops were wounded two seriously in the aerial raid against Israeli army posts on the east bank of the Suez Canal spokesmen In Tel Aviv said The announcement said the Egyptian planes attacked the northern end of Israels canal line at am A USmade Hawk surfacetoair missile shot down one of them and an Israeli interceptor downed a second A third enemy plane was seen hit by antiaircraft fire the communique from Israeli headquarters said TOLEDO OHKJ Harry W Since tne sixday war in 1967 Hagmeter a former resident of Israel has lost six planes over Huntingdon has been appointed the canal while it claims to FloridaNew Orleans sales rep have shot down including resentatlve for the Textile and todays kills Industrial Group of OwensCorn The Egyptian raid was not Ing Fiberglas Corporation He unexpected Diplomats in Cairo will be based In New Orleans had predicted Egypt would Hagmeier 45 formerly had been an automotive sales rep resentative at the Flberglas branch off ice in Detroit A native of Pittsburgh Hag meiar has been affiliated with pwensCorning for 19 years He is a son of Harry W tastu Huntingdon some Man Given Sales Post Contd on Page 5 Plan Dedication Invitations to the gala dedication ceremonies luncheon are being readied and will be mailed out in the next week Harold B Brum baugh reported Tuesday at the monthly board of directors meeting of the Huntingdon County Library held in the librarians office Brumbaugh chairman of the Eastern ECI Paris Talks To Resume Saturday Washington Street Huntingdon He moved to Huntingdon from Pittsburgh with his mother at the age of 4Vz years and lived in tlie borough until 1951 Hagmeier graduated from Huntingdon High School in 1942 Contd on Page 9 Boml iJet mated T Af Contd on Page 2 THE WEATHER Mostly sunny and cool to day Highs upper 60s to Sow 70s Partly cloudy and cool again tonight Lows in the upper 40s Friday sunny and continued cool Highs in the 60s PHILADELPHIA UPI The Eastern State Correctional In stitution a home to state pris oners for 146 years is finally closing down 56 years late The state announced Wednes day it will close the mammouth prison next Jan 15 and trans fer its inmates to a state pris on at Graterford in Montgom ery County and to other state institutions Graterford was built in 1913 to replace Eastern State when it was declared out ofdate Eastern State was never closed however and when the shutdown announcement finally Contd on Page 5 event said that a committee com posed and Mrs David Kunz Mrs Leonard Fuoss James the Hon Joseph H Neff Mrs James Anderson Mrs DVA Rees and Mrs Ste phen Heine are planning the lunch eon dedication ceremonies and other related events for the entire week of October 610 celebrat ing the completion of the new li brary facility MrsRichard Gross of Huntingdon Valley Pa will be the speaker The luncheon is scheduled for October 8 at 12 noon at the Elks Home 233 Penn Street Representatives of the state will be present along with librarians from the area and Altoona Dis trict Library those who con tributed to the building campaign ing business and industry represen tatives and others PARIS re miniscent of the debate over the shape of the conference table postponed todays session o 11 A the Vietnam talks until Still AllVC Saturday and left both sides with grounds for claiming victory US and South Vietnamese negotiators Wednesday rejected a Viet Cong request the 33rd session be delayed until Friday so the Communists would have another day to mourn Ho Chi Minh The Allies said Friday was not convenient for the South Vietnamese delegation and pro posed meeting Saturday in stead The Communists accept ed getting their extra mourn but at the same time yielding to the Allied proposal It took four hours for the US GRAND VALLEY Colo Seamenns 85 sat with hts 92yearold near the shattered mirror and torn lampshade in his mountain cabin The giant nuclear explosion also had torn bricks from the chimney of the cabin We dont like It Seamenns said shaking his head at doesnt do us a damn bit of good But were not going to make a big fuss about the damage The Huntingdon Shopping The postmaster of Grand Center project located in Smithvalley Carroll E Byerrrum field Township opposite the bowas six miles from the blast rough is still alive site He saw the concussion TheEmpire Realty Company knock bricks off the facing Shopping Center Project of bricks off the 400 Park Avenue NewYorkCity the 50yearold Courthouse N Y is now the daveloper Project Rulison had finally of the project teen detonated Wednesday af Allan Haymes a spokesman ter several weather delays for Empire said today that the Explosion of the bomb 15 company is interested in leasing feet long and 9 inches in sites on the 18acre plot diameter buried 8442 feet Contd on Page 5 A sign 6 by 8feet in size Contd on Page Programs and souvenirs will and South Vietnamese delega be issued The Union National tions to announce their disap Bank has printed bookmarkers proval following the Viet Cong with information concerning the postponement request They did Huntingdon County Library Beth not explain why Friday was INSIDE THE NEWS PEKIN 111 the grave where Everett McKinley Dtrksen will lie is a large concrete carving cf a book on is inscribed the Lords Prayer Dirksen fought a hard losing battle as Senate Republican leader to have those words spoken in the nations schools Contd on Page 5 Sale Sets Two Financial Records YOU MUST REGISTER NOW TO VOTE IN NOVEMBER Deadline September 15 Alaska Sells Oil Rights On Fabulous North Slope ANCHORAGEAlaska UPl The state of Alaska sold oil A few persons failed to share rights in a huge region of the frozen Arctic Wednesday in a his enthusiasm dramatic financial battle which established two records Four pickets who said they than million in total sales and high bid of 328233 an acre represented The total price of 5900220920 Shaffer Huntingdon R D 1 is making a diagram of the library to assist people In finding books and other materials in the brary George Daubenspeck of Taylor Highlands has produced a black and white drawing of the new library facility to be used in printing a brochure and note book Mrs D A Reese is set ting up a series of book reviews Contd on Page 9 inconvenient to Saigon The wrangle recalled Contd on Page 5 the Ann Landers 10 Classified Ads14 15 Comics 13 Crossword15 Society Club12 Sports4 5 Sunday School Lesson 8 Barley Finishes 40 Years Of Service With Penelec surpassed a previous high for sale of oil rights which netted about million in California A twocompany combine including the Getty Oil Co owned by billionaire J Paul Getty and Amerada Hess Corp topped the acreage mark by paying for the 57th ct the 179 parcels sold in the daylong sale The highest price ever paid before for oil rights was an acre for a plot of Louisiana tidelands Every Company Bids Every major oil company in the United States was repre sented in the 1087 bids submitted for oil rights to 450858 acres of Alaskas fabulous North Slope State officials said most of them were successful bidders on at least one parcel is Alaskas greatest day Gov Keith Miller told 700 persons jammed into Sidney Laurence Auditorium for the opening of bids Earlier he promised Alaska would use the money for meaningful purpo ses including tax relief for the states 285000residents a group of 25 Eskimos at Point Barrow marked outside with signs claiming the land belongs to its original Eskimo owners An old car parked across the street was plastered with signs reading native land robbery Might Exceed Billion Early bids ran so high officials estimated the total might exceed billion but later parcels went for much lower amcints A firm called Champion Oil Co of Alaska routinely bid Contd on Page 2 Schedule Change At Mount Union Noted E BOakman manager of the Bureau of Employment Security Pennsylvania State Employment Service at Huntingdonannounced today that the Mount Union kin erant office of the BBS will be open on both Wednesday and Thursday from ajn to 2 pjn The office Is located on the first floor of the Ale si build ing The new schedule is effective wtth the week beginning Sept 14 Oaknan said Donald A Barley of Hunting don R D 1 system real estate representative senior for the Pennsylvania Electric Company recently completed 40 years of service Barley began Ms utility career in 1929 as a salesman at Altoona and two years later became a serviceman at Huntingdon In 1940 he served as a district representative et HuntingdonOr blsonia and Mount Union before becoming a district rightolway agent In 1948 for the Mount Union area He served there until 1952 when he transferred in the same position to Hunt ingdon Contd on Page 9 DONALD BARLEY Shellings Answer One Question WASHINGTON UPI of the questions facing the Nixon administration when the White House holds its compre hensive and secret Vietnam discussions at Camp David Friday may have been an swered The Viet Cong greeted the end of their threeday mourning truce today with intensified shellings of Allied bases in South Vietnam The United States replied with its first bombing runs since stepping down activities in response to the Communist ceasefire Although the battle activity today was at a low level compared with the weeks preceding the death of North Vietnam President Ho Chi Minh the action appeared to confirm White House expecta tions the ceaselire would not be prolonged Press Secretary Konald Zie gler told newsmen Tuesday the administration expected the Communists to renew heavy Contd on Page 5   

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