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Daily News (Newspaper) - September 18, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania CLASSIFIED ADS DIAL MISS CLASSIFIED 6434040 or 5424641 Library Education VOL48 CENTS HUNTINGDON and MOUNT UNION THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 18 1969 PHONE 6434040 NO 197 Nixon Appeals To UN JL t TO Secure Viet Peace Jury Being Picked For Fifth Trial Petition Says Another Is Murderer Reed Makes Bid For Release Makes First Speech To Assembly Selection of a volr dire jury for the fifth arid final trial of the threeweek September Term of Huntingdon County Criminal J Court was scheduled to resume after the noon recess today Five jurors for the case of Commonwealth vs Paul Martin rence County man is being Tichenor Hillside Md David legally confined and deprived of James Martin Oxon Hill Md liberty Attorney Myers re and Howard Wallace Carper ve ale d that new facts and evl Temple HUls Md were selectdence tend to show that an ed yesterday prior to the time other person is responsible for the list of potential petit jurors the of 49yearold Wallace became exhausted Foster who was critically Meanwhile the case of Combeaten overthe head during an monwealth vs Roberty E Woy aimed robbery at a Waterstreet v a startling new development this morning Attorney William Myers took actionin Huntingdon County Court to secure the release of his client 21yearold Samuel Lee Reed who Is being held In Huntingdon County Jail tor murder Contending that the young Law County Planners Assemble Area Of Proposed Improvement For Route 350 Mount Union R D L was slated service station In calling ror a writ of habeas corpus Attorney Myers asked Merle This Department of Highways sketch gives a clear outline of the area of Route 350 proposed for improvement The planned construction extends from Tyrone Borough to a point near the village of Shoenberger and covers approximately 369 miles The department will hold a corridor public hearing on the proposal on October 14 at pm in the Tyrone Area High School auditorium Prior to the public meeting the plans will be available for public viewing in the Community Room of the Municipal Building in Tyrone on September 26 and Septem ber 30 from 2 until 5 pm and from to pm to be handed to a jury about midmorning Testimony in the Woy case was completed before court adjourned at Wednes day evening Attorney James E Himes attorney and District At torney Newton c Taylor addressed the jury this morn ing and then Judge R Merjg Heffner gave his charge to the R Merle Heffner to set a date for a hearing on the al legations contained in todays petition The immediate discharge of Reed is asked if a prima facie case is still not maintained after the habeas corpus hear ing Contd on Page 2 129 Units Of of interest Senate OKs Blood Are Haynsworth Faces Lid On Another Question Troop Ceiling UPI The n panel which included nine women The Petition for the writ of and three men habeas corpus was presented dur Collected for their efforts in the of the bloodmobile to Hunting don a Sponsoring the event were members of Huntingdon Stone Creek Valley Juniata Valley Woodcock Valley and Captain Jack Lions Clubs Total units of blood collected numbered 129 The Huntingdon Community Center served as headquarters for the sixhour collection from 12 noon to 6 pm with Blair O Kagarise representing the Lions and Carl RBruno blood chair man of the Huntingdon Chapter of the American Red Cross serv ing as chairmen of the day Contd on Page 5 WASHINGTON UPI ClementF Haynsworthfaced a ne conflict of interest question today whetSerhe was a stock holder of a firm which benefitted from one of his court decisions last year Sen mittee fieffins Draft Board To Send 15 For Physicals Huntingdon County DraftBoard No 75 today received a call for 31 men for preinduction physical examinations on Wed nesday Oct 15 Orders are being mailed to day directing the men to report at am on that date They will travel by bus to New Cum berland Army Depot where the exams will be performed They will return to Huntingdon later in the day Schedule For XRay Tour Given A mobile chest Xray tour sponsored by the Huntingdon County Tuberculosis and Health Society will be conductpJ In the county beginning September 30 The fiveday tour will provide mobile chest Xray service to the general public 18 years old and older Schedule for the tour was an nounced today by Mrs Evelyn T Walton executive secretary of the society On Tuesday September 30 near the Memorial Public Li brary in Alexandria from am to 3 pm and that even ing at Harpsters Garage InWar riors Mark from 6 to 9 oclock On Wednesday October 1 from am to 3 pm the raobite Contd on Page 12 Birch Bayh of Senate JudiclaryCom liberals who kcDc Haynsworth on the witness stand for most of the two days raised the question late Wed nesday after Haynsworth left for the day Bayh said he would ization for the safeguard demand answer today antimissile system and dozens Haynsworth owns about of other new weapons worth of Brunswick A vote on the whole bill was Corp stock The question was tentatively set for late this whether he owned it when he afternoon joined to other judges last Both the troop ceiling and the decided strength should be bigger than it is today andhas voted to restrict future US involvement In Laos and Thailand to supplies and machinery not men Both measures were passed Wednesday as amendments to the beleagured billion defense procurement bill the measure which contains author and three men The five jurors selected for the final case were directed to return to court at pm to day It was believed that the Woy jury would have a verdict by then so that persons serving on that array would then become available for service ontheTlch enorMartinCarper Jury 1 The three Maryland men are ing todays session of the Sep Contd on Page 2 OF Her 67th complice as tberesult of an In cident that is alleged to have i Birthday J A Black Log Valley woman year in a unanimous decision giving Brunswick the right to seize 10 bowling lanes and pinsetters from a South Caroli na bowling alley proprietor who had defaulted on his payments If he did Bayh said he clearly had a conflict of interest especially under the Supreme Courts Interpretation that judges should avoid even the appearance of bias no matter how honest they are The committee today went into a third day of hearings on whether to confirm Hayns worth 56 as a Supreme Court justice Henow Is Chief Judge of the 4th US Circuit Court of Appeals in Richmond Va President Nixon picked Hayns on Page 18 LaosThailand involvement Contd on Page 18 House Spring field for the nations capitol aboard a chartered jet with his family Gov Richard B Ogilvie and US Sen Charles H Percy Rm Smith is to be sworn in during ceremonies in the Senate chambers at Noon EDT to fill Senate Republican Leader Everett M October draft quota five The two groups the inductees and UK men for physicals will travel aboard the same bus Of US Government Ties Agr Tussey Area Has Hopes For Full Year Head Start Interested persons in the PARIS UPI Vietnam has said its officials will meet with relatives of the 1336 US servicemen missing of cap tive in Vietnam so long as they have no connection with the US government Four Texas women wives of terribly disappointed they did officials who promised to write the fate of Tbe women said they were Tussey Mountain area should pilots shot down over the North note that the TrlCounty Coracracked the ice Wednesday Action Council has sub meeting hours with immediate answer MrsBonnie Singleton told a news conference later the Communists had said they would meet with other relatives who came to Paris seeking Information on missing or sons or husbands They did not say that they would give answers They said that anyone who came on an independent means oUside government sponsorship would see she said to Washington for ap proval a proposal for a full later about year Head Start program husbands Should this be approved the program would start before tbe first of the year Any persons Interested men rolling their child in Head Start should contact Mrs Normaa Mc Claln phone 6353663 Mrs McClain will be available at the Broad Top Development Cen ter each Wednesday Due to the fcmlted amount of United Fund Division Has KickOff The Business and Commerc Division of the Huntingdon County United Fund under the chairman ship of Stanley E Clpar had its kickoff during a luncheon meet ing yesterday at the Penn Hunt Hotel Attending were Stan Cipar Dick Scialabba Dick Brown Ed Lynn Smyers Carl Span genberg Art Neary Sr Dick Coffman Jim Reeves Jerry Quigg Bill Waldron and Jean Stapleton According to Clpar the Busi ness and Commerce Division which is a collection of some 250 businesses and firms has a goal To Eliminate of for the 1970 United Fund Campaign The first report of Miller Hardware Company shows their combined corporate and employee gift so far is 730 Clpar expressed his ap preciation for this generous res ponse and stated that he was confident that other businesses in his division would follow the excellent lead set by Millersand their employees Contd on Page IS taken place last April 17 at the marked her 67th birthday yes Contd on Paee 21 terday whUe scrvinS a at the September Term of Hunt ingdon County Criminal Court To honor the Shirley Town ship woman Mrs MildredGreen land Orbisonia Star Route the other members of the panel planned asurprise for her Yesterday afternoon they pre sented her with a gift a sum of money and a large beauti ftil birthday card signed by 21 SPRINGFIELD 111 members of the array plus Miss Ralph Tyler Smith of Alton Sharon Peachey the court re today leaves Illinois where he Hoy Isenberg acting tis was a top state legislator to become the most junior of all US Senators The former Illinois Speaker was to leave Smith Will Replace Dirksen Contd on Page 12 UNITED NATIONS President Nixon today urged 126 United Nations member countries to put diplomatic heat on Hanoi for productive peace negotiations in Paris In the name of peace Nixon said in his first presidential address to the UN General urge all of you 126 use your best diplomatic efforts to persuade Hanoi to move seriously Into the negotiations which could end this war The chief executive in his Lengthy discussion revolving prepared address said Ameri about the need fora can steps such as deesclating planner and coveringa number the air war in Vietnam and of projects that will have an US troop withdrawals were effect on living conditions for responses to views expressed in countians was held by members earlier sessions of the interna of the county planning commlstionai body sion at its regular session last evening Meeting in the commission ers conference room at the courthouse at pm were commission members Harry Genslmore William R Shaffer Horace Ross James LoveFran cis Kempand chairman Hiram P Reynolds County Commis sioner James DiCoslmo Plan ning Consultant Stephen Heine Democratic County Committee Chairman Guido Alesl CommlsSouthern Huntingdon Clerk Lewis F Greene Board of Education met last even and Mrs Richard Langdon of to consider regular items of Voters business for September Con ducted by boardPresldent Lemar Klinethe directors approved the financial report and a payment of the current school bills as presented A letter will De forwarded with board approval to Berk heimer Associates delinquent wage and profits tax collectors for the district to have all col lections completed and turned in by November 1 Approval was given for the en closing of the tractor shed at yj JtjOlfl County the League of Women f 5050 ON 522 Two reports reached the plan Contd on Page This is CONSTITUTION WEEK One hundred and eightytwo years ago our Constitution was written In Philadelphia George Washington presided over the convention James Madison was the principal architect of tire Constitution Benjamin Franklin has been called the sage of the con vention the Shade Gap Elementary build ing S was revealed that the installation of the oil heating at the Rockhill and Shade Gap buildings will be slightly delayed Contd on Page 2 I am going to Washington to be the best Ralph Smith I know how not with the presumption that I am going to be another Everett Dirksen the Alton attorney said Contd on Page 12 Gas Expected THE WtATHER INSIDE THE NEWS CContd on Page 18 Sunny and cool this after noon and FrldayFair and cool tonight High today upper 60s Low tonight low 40s High Friday low 70s Saturdays outlook sunny and warmer 10 16 17 15 17 Contd onPage Ann Landers Classified Ads Comics Crossword Obituaries 2 Society 4 Club 14 Sports Sunday School Lesson 13 A new natural gas line and two new Keeler boilers at Jun iata College will turn the trick for residents around College Hill in Huntingdon who have been dis satisfied with the amount ol soot blown from the old furnaces Huntingdon Gas Company tapped in its new sixinch nat ural gas line at Fourteenth Street and Elm Avenue at U am Tuesday to begin the soot free service The new boilers at the Juni ata College plant feed on natural gas and the servicing was pro vided by a new line tapped in by a special machine with no disruption of service to other gas company patrons on the sys tem John Strunak of the Pottsvllte Contd on Page 12 Tapping In New Natural Gas Line n a watch natural Bas service line to Juniata College are shown ready to rfeht John Strunak of the Pottsville Gas Company wields the tap while diviston manager Penn Fuel Gas Inc Allen Stombaugh and Zane Helsel Jack Reynolds manager of the Huntingdon Gas Compwy the machine the new line can be added to the system with no disruption of service
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