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Daily News (Newspaper) - September 19, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania Education 17126 CLASSIFIED ADS DIAL MISS CLASSIFIED 6434040 or 5424641 VOL 48 NINE CENTS PER COPY HUNTINGDON and MOUNT UNION FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 19 1969 PHONE 6434040 NO 198 To County Jail President DR JOHN D GUTSHALL Police Second ward councilman Alfred V KWd of Huntingdon presented a proposal from borough council to the Huntingdon County Com missioners Thursday involving relocating borough police headquarters in the county jail building y The proposal favored by coun cil rwould involve moving the borougK policeoffices into the whatis now the apartment por tion of the county jail at Third and Mifflin Streets This would make available to borough the space now occupied by police headquarters at the municipal building on Washington Street provide closer police supervision for persons in the lockup and make more convenient the liaison the Central Pennsylvania Dental between borough and county law Association for the year 196370 Edith Sowers 21 was behind the enforcement officers Commissioners Gordon W Holiday Inn in Johnstown Another Huntingdon dentist is F Greene and County SolidDr Donald MOakman was elect ed to a threeyear terra on the council while Dr Radford C At Court Trial Mount Union Area Man Convicted After deliberating for 71 min utes a jury at the September Term of Huntingdon County Criminal Court returned a ver dict yesterday afternoon finding Robert E Woy of Mount Union R D guilty of driving with but being licensed second of fense Woy 26 was arrested about pm Jan 10 in Mount Union for driving without a license He was given permission PARIS Commu to drive his car to his home In at tne Vietnam talks have Mount Union at stepped up denunciations of am Jan 11 police observed us peace moves in an Woy still driving the car apparent campaign to make chase Marine Base One Of Dozen Targets For Red Jloekets G7 V v VV Step Up Attacks On Nixon Fighting Is Continuing Today Arab Guerrillas In Biggest Drive Arab guerrilla broadcasts said their raiders invaded Israel Jordan Thursday night and had advanced four miles inland President Nixon appear at least In fighting that continued into today They called the drive along as tough as former President a 30mile front their biggest push ever Lawrence Knable Jr the prosLyndon B Johnson ecutor told the court that the ESSnt months after his f Woy car cut across an open inauguration and a series of Momentum Gunshot Wound Victim Listed As Critical A Todd Township woman mother of three children is in critical condition today at J C Blair Memorial Hospital where she is being treated for a gun shot wound of the head The woman Mrs Vera M Haverstock Henry C McCamant tor A Lynn Corcelius met Contd on Page 3 Dr John D Gutshall Hunt field during the chase and when mOves toward deescalating the was elected president of the police cruiser finally caught Ughtin Nixon is confronted pv up with the Woy vehicle Mrs1 almost constant charges UirCCt V OtC is stepping up the war at the organizations 68th annual wheel The officer alleged that at the Paris talks fall meeting held recently at thethe switch in operators took place saiA tnat contrary to their during the trip across the field tradition of caution Hanoi and Woy and Mrs Sowers denied Viet ConS nave lately been the allegations condemning Nixons Vietnam R Merle Heffner pre policy within minutes after each sided at the trial and District US pronouncement Israeli spokesmen in Tel Aviv at the dismissed the Invasion report saying the Arabs are deluding themselves again butacknbw State Police investigated and reportedthat the wound apparent ledged overnight fighting along ly selfinflicted Bill Sent The shooting took place yes Contd on Page 7 the Jordan River front which killed four Arabs and wounded one Israeli Tei Aviv said the nighttime Challenge Planned skirmishing flared hear the Allenby Bridge and the Damiah Barbed Wire Slays N Ireland Barricades To Vanish don was also present at the con vention Other officers elected include Dr George Courier Somerset president elect Dr Dal ton Blough Johnstown treasurer and Seymour Finklestein Johns town secretary o T The first day of the couven BELFAST Northern Ireland tton consisted bf goli UPI Roman Catholics today agreed to tear down the last street barricades in Northern Ireland leaving only a barbed wire peace wall separating them from militant Protestants in Belfast Catholic leaders emerged from talks with British Army otficers in Londonderry and agreed down tee baxrieades in the citys Bogsiqe district Monday The last of the Belfast barricades already were under demolition Catholics agreed in both Bridge If that was the WASHINGTON UPI its heaviest raid ever we have Locke Orbisonia finished a Taylor rep A1ied officials said the first such action since 1803 the very little to worry about an years service on the council resented the At Communist delegations sought to House has passed a proposed Israeli spokesman said Dr Robert Keel of Hunting torney James E Himes repre Contd on Page 3 Contd on Page 7 Pilot Error Noted In Fatal Crackup constitutional amendment to in Cairo ailing President allow presidential elections by a Gamal Nassers government direct vote of the people announced his second military Although the proposals fu command shakeup since the ture in the Senate is uncertain 1967 Middle East war He the unexpectedly large margin by which it passed the House replaced the army chief of staff and the navy commander with Kopechnes To Oppose Autopsy p a the The second days program was highlighted by the Contd on Page 5 Optical Illusion Blamed In Crash Boy Critically new momentum Even if it clears the Senate it would still require approval by 38 states before it could become the 26th amendment to the Constitution The amendment proposal would scrap the 180yearold electoral college in favor of a WASHINGTON UPI appeared normal as the direct vote and provide for a big airliner eased down for its landing at the Greater Cincinnati runoff between the two top Airport on the night of Nov 20 1967 tickets Lf none polled 40 per T 339 to 70gave it a what a Cairo newspaper called Mary Jo Kopechne rr Onn 31 Overnight Shellings In Viet Logged SAIGON UPI The head quarters ofthe Marine division to be sent home before Dec 15 came under rocket attack in one of 31 overnight Communist shellings reported by US headquarters today Less than 10 longrange rockets hit the combat base at Dong Ha 12 miles south of the Demilitarized Zone causing light casualties but no fatalities the announcement said Dong Ha is headquarters for the 3rd Marine Division whose two remaining brigades in Vietnam have been chosen for withdrawal under President Nixons latest cutback of 35000 men by midDecember Troopers of the division in fighting Wednesday had suf fered 22 men killed and 74 wounded in two North Vietna mese attacks northwest of Dong Ha near a promontory known as The Rockpile The Marine base was one of 12 overnight shelling targets Contd on Page 7 young and highly qualified Contd on Page 7 tickets LE none cent of the vote oh the first plosion Then came the voice of the altitude the J pilot and copilot running down actually 400 feet below the the landing check list airport which is atop an The Trans World Airlines unllghted hill rising from the turbojet began to level off valley floor Three seconds later the airliner With this illusion the pilot trouble spots to let the 7000 dition today at the J C Blair sheared off a tree and leveled off his plane 400 feet British peacekeeping troops in Memorial Hospitals intensive continued striking trees along over the river instead of the Haynsworth Nomination Is Opposed fcontd on Page 7V killed when Sen Edward Kennedys car ran off a bridge In Massachusetts said today he planned to challenge the latest legal attempt for an autopsy on the girls body Joseph F Flanagan said he had two alternatives under study Either we can file an answerand go into a hearing in coutj he If Or We can ask vibeJ court to dis miss i the Baptists To Convene In Lewistown The 139th annual meeting of the A Jackson Township boy George Randolph 12 Petersburg R D is listed in critical con Northern Ireland serve as the boundary between them and the Protestants The removal of barricades did not mean an end of the violent sectarian disputes thai began with a Catholic drive for equal job housing and voting rights and brought oht deaths nd hundreds cC injured in Belfast alon care unit The lad Mrs He underwent emergency sur gery at the hospital last night for Internal injuries Details on the accident were Lt Gen Sir Ian Freeland not Immediately available today commander of British troops in Northern Ireland paused dur suffered penetration of ing a Thursday night tour of his the abdomen when the blacx pow soldiers barbed wire peace der exploded lall in Belfast and indicated vas admitted to the hos fco newsmen his troops will be Pital at Pra arovmd for months How long the troops are here depends on the people and whether they can learn to live peaceably Freeland said He was asked whether the troops would be in Northern its flight path finally coming to airport but was still 15 feet rest 6878 feet from the end of below the runway the runway where it was T116 board said the cockpit destroyed by impact and fire voice recorder indicated the a report by the national checked his altimter at He was alone at the transportation safety board said this point realized his error today circulated today and attempted to gain altitude firmed report that they a son of Mr and William Randolph was evening while he was with explosives black gun Red China Moscow May Hold Parley WASHINGTON civil rights spokesman called a Massachusetts district attorney for legal reasons Kennedy today f or defeat of Judge element F Hayhsworths nom ination to the Supreme Court on grounds Haynsworth supports the cause of segregation Joseph L Rauh Jr Counsel for the Conference on Civil Rights a coalition of civil rights groupssaid Hayns worths rulings on controversial MOSCOW Soviets civil rights cases demonstrate uncon that he will not only be to the right of any sitting or recent will told newsmen In Boston Thursday night when asked to comment on the allegations in Dinis I would say those who tend to look for things in this case are going to be disappointed Flanagan noted the Dinis peltltion for exhumation and autopsy alleged for the first time that blood was found on The tragic result of the crash 70 survivors What happened persons dead 12 hillside seconds before he hit the receive a toplevel Communist justicebut also that there will the clothing and in the mouth to The safety board report also within three weeks to discuss turn an there have been two prior their border quarrel Chinese delegation in Moscow be on the court the first justice since the principle of desegre gation was announced whose apparently routine landing apaccidents near the site of the There was no official coofir devotion to that principle Is in It was reported that the boy proach into a disaster TWAcrash In both of those mation report which The report indicates the pilot accidents pilots claimed they spread through Western and of the Los Angeles to Boston saw the runway lights just neutral embassies THE WEATHER Ireland their full fourmonths tour of duty The troops are replaced after four months of such service Contd on Page 5 Sunny and pleasant today High upper 60s to mid 70s Fair and cool tonight Low mid 40s to low 50s Partly cloudy and a little warmer Saturday High in the 70s Sunday partly cloudy and warmer flight could have been a victim of optical illusion In the darkness the runway lights from the hilltop airport ap peared to blend into the lower lights on the Ohio River Valley floor 400 feet below To the pilot it may have appeared the plane was at a higher altitude than it actually was The report put it this way Tne pilot may have used the lights in the Ohio River Valley as a visual reference to establish his final approach Contd on Page 7 No Frost question Rauhs testimony was pre pared for the Senate Judiciary Committee In the fourth day of its hearings on Haynsworth The denunciation of Hayns and nose of Miss Kopechne after her body was recovered from the Kennedy car Contd on Page 7 The report said Soviet Premier Alexei N Kosygin had persuaded Chinese Premier Chou Enlai in their brief talk worths civil rights record at Peking Airport last week to followed similarly strong criti send a delegation to this capital cism of the judges labor record by AFLCIO President George Meany Haynsworth 56 Chief Judge of the 4th US Circuit Court of INSIDE THE NEWS No frost was reported 5n the to discuss the border troubles Huntingdon area last night which have caused at least five The U S Weather Bureau obpitched battles in the past six server said the low was 37 and months the reading at am was The meeting would be held no Appeals In Richmond Va was 38 later than the first week of nominated by President Nixon Yesterdays maximum reading October the report said with tor the Supreme Court seat was 73 There was no preclpparticipants at the level of vacated by Abe Fortass Itatlon deputy foreign ministers resignation Such a move would be Contd on Page 7 compatible with the apparent Ann Landers 11 Building Page 10 Classified Ads i 14 15 ComicsV 13 Courthouse Roundup 11 Crossword 15 Editorial 6 Farm Page 9 Obituaries 2 On Stage Live 8 Society and Club 12 Sports 4 5 Television Programs 8 9 pfclock in the Baptist Church of Le wist own Delegates from 22 churcheis including Centre Union the First Baptist of Huntingdon First Bap tist of Mount Union Mill Creek SaltiUo and Three Springs will participate in the meeting which has as Its theme Communicating Christ Leadership to be present will include Carl Edgar Metzger member of the Human Relation Commission of Philadelphia the Rev John Scott missionary t Japan the Rev William Davies of Western Pennsylvania Baptist Homes Chaplain Herbert L Buckley of Harrisburg State Hos pital Dr Lee Jeffords associate executive secretary of the Penn sylvania Baptist Convention the Rev Robert L Coats and the E Daniel Brotsky The noon meal will include a tribute to the Rev Harold Hoff man of Jenners Township who is in his 50th year of ministry The evening program will emphasize youth featuring a report of two senior high young men telling of their work trip to the Baptist mission field in Haiti and an address by the Rev Charles EConley pastor of the Strodes Mills church Huntingdon Lions Honor Seven Retirees At Dinner current Soviet line on China since Kosygin suddenly changed his flight plans returning from the funeral of Ho Chi Minh in Hanoi and diverted his plane to Peking to meet Chou Since then the consistent antiChinese campaign in the seven Huntingdon Lions Glut R1 Leslie Green Charles Kim Soviet press has eased Moscow members were honored last evenmel T R Hixson and J Walter television carried withoutcom at a Happy Retirement Snyder the club secretary ment a film of Chou and program held at HotelPennHunt The club also noted the pro Kosygln shaking hands and Highlight of the evening was motion of Lion George CWagner smiling at their meeting excellent talk by Father Franwho Is now a lieutenant at the The Chinese have continued cls A Ackerson pastor of Most Huntingdon State CorrectionalIh their antiSoviet propaganda jjoiy Trinity Catholic Church stitutton As Sgt Wagner he but an unconfirmed report said Huntingdon who told the retirees served for 5 Vi years as super hostilities along the SjOOOmile tnat they have entered a phase visor of the highly successful frontier have ceased since the Of me that is a veritable PromPennsylvania Correctional Con fContd on Page Ised Land servatlon Camp of the SCI In Downtown Window Marks Constitution Week Standing Stone Chapter Daughters of the American Revolu tion have decorated this window at 305 Eighth Street Hunting don as a reminder to all passersby thai this is Constitution Week Shown are a number of historical items symbols and events which add impact to the message of the window that we should respect honor and uphold the faith of this countrys founding fathers and the Constitution they esta Wished to governit MrsHDMoses is chairman of the DARs Constitution Week committee This is CONSTITUTION WEEK On this 182nd anniversary of the signing of the Con stitution of the United States of America we the people celebrate the adoption of the Constitutiontermed t he greatest document ever for mulated by man What seems necessary is to Alan Seeger Forest The camp bring home to every person old or young the thought that happiness Is a state of mind the Catholic priest said Neither was set up under Wagners di rection Lion Blaire Kegarlse also re cived a tip of the bat tor being retirement from business nor a tne CUD chairman of the sue growing field of candles on a cessful Red Cross Bloodmobile birthdaycake ought to smother visit on Wednesday in us the conviction that life Lion Robert M Schaffstall and lively activities can go on trust officer of the Penn Central National Bank of Huntingdon was welcomed as a transfer member Father Ackerson noted in his Long Rail Strike Ends PARIS rail road workers ended a week long strike Thursday but domestic airline employes and subway and bus operators in Paris and Marseilles walked off their jobs to keep the nations transportation in turmoil The four unions involved in the w i I d c a t transportation strike in Frances two largest cities reached quick agreement with management for negotia tions but failed get the talks under way because of dissent among themselves on how far to press their demands The internal airline Inter cancelled more than a dozen flights after its ground staff went on strike demanding better wages and working conditions The transportation workers strike halted all buses and trolley cars in Marseilles on the Mediterranean coast Subway and bus service in Paris was long past three score and five Father Acker son was Intro duced by Lion President George opening that it Is cruel to say reduced by more than half F Holland that the main work lift to T he retirees who were honored over with the bearing and raising are Lee Richards Raymond of children j A English John M Winters Contd on Page 3 forcing many commuters to use their automobiles and creating morning and evening traffic Jams madeworse by rain
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