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   Daily News (Newspaper) - September 25, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                I CLASSIFIED ADS DIAL MISS CLASSIFIED 6434040 or 5424641 State Library Building Pa 17126 VOL 48 NIHE CENTS PER COPY HUNTINGDON and MOUNT UNION THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 25 1969 PHONE 6434040 NO 203 Scott Envisions Broad Middle Of Highway Course WASHINGTON UPI Sen Hugh Scott of Pennsylvania intends to lead Senate Republicans along the broad middle of the high ways after they broke decades of conservative domination to embark on a new era of GOP politics The 68yearold newly elected leader of Senate Republicans promised not to inflict or impose his ideology on col leagues But at the same time he indicated to the liberal moderate bloc which supported him that he would not abandon any matter of con science or conviction The way I speak and the way I vote will be the same after this election as before and if that Is persuasive and influential Ill be most grate ful Scott said in an interview with UPI before Ms election But It does hot mean that tl expect someone else to change his or her convictions either Scott said Scott generally considered a Prep For Pennant Important Segment Of Campaign i Love Amazins New Battle Israeli Premier Attorney Heads of Chicago Ig seeking More Under Way Sen Hugh Scott leads towards solutions and the ruts are to be found on both sides of the road A veteran of seven terms In the house and nearly 12 years in the senate Scott put together strange combination of support to win the votes and Jersey Confd OB Page 12 Confd on Page 10 Killed In Cold Blood In Cincinnati Changes From Routine Cost Giant Red Ar iris Is Captured After Rioting Barricades Rebuilt In N Ireland LONDONDERRY Northern Ireland Roman Catho lies and Protestants fought with rocks and bottles today and one man was killed in the first battle between the feuding factions since the August riots Some of the barricades they had torn down were hastily rebuilt by Catholics after the fighting erupted outside the diamond shopping center at end of the Catholic Bdgside Only four barricades had beenstahdingy the previous day between Protestant and Catho lic neighborhoods British troops on duty since the sectarian rioting in August pushed the mobs apart at gunpoint andestablished a 50 yardwide no mans land around the shopping center are trying to keep it as quiet as possible Some of the SAIGON Behind dive barricades are going up again bomber strikes US troops and we have a thousand men on swooped Into a guerrilla hideout alertsaid Paddy Doherty northwest of Saigon and cap vice chairman of the Catholic tured a twotonarms cache in a Confd on Page 12 30minute battle reported by US headquarters today The Americans found all 24 of the caches defenders dead 22 of them killed in the aerial bombardment that exploded part of the cache sending smoke as high as 1600 feet military spokesmen said What was left Wednesday A Huntingdon man escaped inincluded 75 longrange rockets jury early today when his car 100 hand grenades 25 antitank dropped over a steep bank along mines six bicycles and some Route 655 near Saltlllo and rolled medical supplies There were over on its roof no American casualties in the State Police said Louts G fight 47 miles from Saigon PInard 22 of 215 Third Street It was one of seven skir Huntingdon was northbound on mishes on Saigons outer Route 655 at am Four defense ring reportedfrom miles north of Saltlllo his car Wednesday Spokesmen said a skidded onto the east berm and total of 77 Viet Cong or North after leaving the roadway the Vietnamese were killed with vehicle dropped over a steep fivetwo US dead and seven Confd on Page 11 Confd on Page 11 Leaders In Region District Jaycees Trying For Numero Uno The Huntingdon Area Jaycees have set their sights on ac complishing the outstanding feat of being the number one chap ter In the state organizations annual Parade of Chapters NEW YORK UPQyThe New York Mets better not win the National League pennart If they do the city will have to rebuild Shea Stadium If they do the New York newspapers will have to invent new adjectives And if they ever win the World Wednesday night all the Mets really did was clinch the Eastern Division championship but the throngs at Shea Stadium and supposedly blase New Yorkers reacted in some what strange ways At Shea when Joe Torre of the St Louis Cardinals hit into a double play to end the game and give the Mets their 60 victory hysteria set in The players fled to the comparative safety of a dress ing room where they might well have drowned in champagne leaving their playground to delirious thousands who dug up the turf slid into bases scrawled symbols over the walls and and fell key member of the senates liberal bloc on most domestic issues refused to be labeled I have preferred to have no label but if I must have one it Scoreboard is that of a moderate because I in the stadium parking lots believe that the broad middle ofwhere no cars could move a the highway is the area which symphony of blaring horns saluted the exploit with ing cacophony and many drivers who finally made it to the highways kept hands on WIT Division Ol Llr i Morris M Terrizzi prominent Huntingdon attorney will toe heading the professionals division of the 196970 United Fund Campaign In Huntingdon County it was announced today by Father Francis A Ackerson general chairman ol the drive Atty Terrizzi will be respon sible for the solicitation of the doctors attorneys dentists and other professional persons in the county A native of Mount Union Ter rizzl holds degrees from Dickin son College and DickinsonSchool of Law He and his wife are the parents of five children The attorney is a past Exalted Ruler of Huntingdon B P O E judge advocate of the American Legion State Advocate of the 40 8 advocate of Knights of Columbus belongs to the Loyal Order of Moose in Huntingdon and is a director of long stand ing of the United Fund He comments on the United Fund It Is an efficient way for each of us to fulfill our civic duty to our fellowmen ATTY TERRIZZI INSIDE THE NEWS horns all the way back to Manhattan or to the far reaches of Long Island or New Ann Landers Classified Ads Comics Crossword Editorial Page Obituaries 2 Society Club 14 Sports 4 5 Sunday School Lesson 18 18 16 17 15 17 6 Civil Rights Conference R ap s N o mirieeprcofeSrstyL WASHINGTON UPI The Leadership Conference on Civil Rights today condemned the Supreme Court nomination of Clement Furman Haynsworth as a deadly blow to the image of the court Clarence Mitchell lobbyist for the National Association for the Advancement xof Colored People delivered the assess ment in testimony read for Roy Wilkins chairman of the leadership conference He ap peared before the Senate CHICAGO UPI Thirteen months ago police and antiwar demonstrators clashed on the streets of Chicago during the Democratic National Conven tion s Eight persons were indicted for conspiringto incite riots during the convention They went on trial Wednesday And Wednesday police and antiwar demonstrators clashed again on the streets of Chicago Ten policemen two assistant city corporation counsels ana an unknown number of demon strators were injured as militant blacks and whites marched Wednesday the open ing day of the trial of the eight radical leaders who call them selves The Conspiracy While police fought the didnt seem to be a flower child among them in contrast to the Democratic and near the federal building the trial opened before US District Court Judge Julius J Hoffman On trial are Black Panther Party leader Bobby Seale Yippies Abbot Abbie Hoff man and Jerry Rubin anti Vietnam war figures David Dellinger and Renard Rennie Davis Thomas Hayden foun derof Students for a Democra and university Lee Weiner and John Froines They each face possible 10 year jail sentences and Confd on Page 10 American Arms WASHINGTON UPI Israeli Premier Golda Meir will ask President Nixon today for more American military hardware State Department sources indicated her request Is likely to draw a mixed reaction from U S government officials some of whom are critical of Israel for its ceaselire violations and what they consider overrcactioiis to Arab provocations Mrs Meirs state visit was to begin with a welcome from Nixon at the White House at am Mrs Meir who was in Philadelphia Wednesday was scheduled to leave Washington for New York Monday morning Mrs Meir a former Ameri can citizen who grew up in Milwaukee Wis arrived in Washington at a time the United States is deeply Involved in renewed talks withMie Soviet Union in a search for a settlement of the ArabIsraeli confrontation In New York Egypts Foreign Minister Mahmoud Riad Indicated late Wednesday his country would accept an eventual direct meeting with Israel to finalize a Middle East settlement Israel has stre nuously opposed the twopower talks holding that settlement must como out of direct negotiations with the Arabs A statement issued by Mrs Meir said In reply to questions about the Egyptian foreign ministers statements today the prime minister of Golda Confd OB Page 10 Submitted By Turnpike District 7 County Projects Listed In Package Tipsy Driver M Arrested After Crash One operator was arrested for tipsy driving last night as the result of a twocar acci dent on Piney Ridge Road For tunately no person was injured in the pm crash I State Police said John Howard Brumbaugh 27HuntlngdonRD 3 was southbound on Legislative Route 31085 driving a 1965 Ford station wagon Steven A Bar bash 36 Hess ton RD was northbound operating a 1967 Rambler Investigation showed that Brumbaugh was on the wrong side of the highway as he travelled south He attempted to pass on the right side of the Bar bash vehicle with the result that he hit the right front portion of the Rambler while It was in the northbound traffic lane Scene of the crash is six miles south of Huntingdon Brumbaugh was arrested for driving while under the Influence of intoxicating liquor Police said that each vehicle the Rambler and the station wagon were damaged A Quaker City mans car was damaged in an accident at Wednesday afternoon on Conf d on Page 11 on Haynsworth s CINCINNATI UPI Huebher always cashed her paycheck near a downtown department store where she worked But not this week Stitzel and her sister ririlaw Lueila Stitzel usually did their banking before they went shopping on Fridays But not this week Car Damaged 32000 In Crash Early Today Chance decisions to depart from routine cost them their lives Wednesday The three women and Mrs Walter DeWald a teller at the Cabinet Supreme Savings and Loan Association in suburban Delhi Hills were herded into a vault and shot to death in cold blood by three men who robbed the savings office of A county sheriff called It the most vicious crime Ive ever seen Early today police here were Joseph F Crater when he questioning one suspect and vanlshed in 1930 never received issued an allpoints bulletin for a clue two other men No charges Snedied Sunday at age 82 in Tyrone Area Man were filed a nursing homo and was buried The men sought by police at Ardsley on Tuesday following were Identified as John Leigh funeral services In nearby New 20 and Waterson Johnson no Rocheiie She had been in ill age available both of Cinclnnahealtn the past six years Widow Of Vanishing Judge Dies MOUNT V E RN O N NY too could die with peace of mind if I but knew But Mrs Stella Crater Kunz who was married to New York State Supreme Courtc Judge ing hearings nomination court has long been the symbol of protection of civil rights and human dignity for millions of American Negroes When the Congress delayed legislation by prolonged com mittee deliberation and filibus ters the court has been the rock on which rested the faith that constitutional rights could be vindicated in an orderly t llTlfi Ofl fl M A A tJ if AVFMil JJ Seven Huntingdon County projects are included in the 38project package submitted today by the Turnpike District Planning and Development Commission for inclusion in the state Appalachian Development plan i The Turnpike Commission includes Huntingdon Bedford Blair Cambria Fulton and Som erset Counties The Huntingdon County pro October Is United Hearing In Kopechne Case Slated WILKESBARRE Pa UPI jects are construction of access Petition was on file in LU roads to serve Raystown Dam County Court Thursday and the resort to lawful remedies Mitchell said V Citing the school desegrega tion decision of 1954 and subsequent civil rights laws passed by Congress Mitchell said the court had been of great significance to Negroes by striking down attempts to Confd on Page 10 Dies In Accident At official ceremonies held yesterday afternoon Mayor M H DeForrest of Huntingdon and Mayor Charles E Klingler of Mount Union set aside the month of October as United Fund month in their respective communities In this connection the official proclamation was made by the mayors as follows WHEREAS UNITED COM MUNTTY CAMPAENS as Amer icas way of giving for the sup port of private voluntary health welfare and recreation agencies have spread throughout the land and WHEREAS more than 2200 communities withover 17000000 ti Leigh was described as about 5foot8 with brown hair Police said Johnson was 6loot2 with kinky red hair The man Confd on Page 10 Guy D Marcoccl U S Jay ceeDirector for District 5 of district and an eighth place stand the Pennsylvania Jaycees cited the state The Parade of Chapters is a Pennsylvania Jaycees cited the chapter this week as being one of the units to adopt this years state motto We Accept the Challenge At the regular membership meeting in the Huntingdon Community Center the state of ficer spoke about Jaycee action Marcocci spoke about the old saying of letting George do It and how todays young men must not let that be the case He cited the Huntingdon Jaycees for their fine work in the parade of chapters in the state which has netted the local chapter a first place in the region and In the Parade of Chapters point accumulative system by which local chapters compete throughout the state for honors The points are scaled on pro jects membershipand local act ion and initiative At the end of the administra tive year the points are counted up and those chapters with the highest points receive state honors and are given the chance to enter the parade of states at the national convention There are approximately 11 chapters in Region 25 and 43 for District Confd on Page 12 Countys Draft Call For Next Month Is Cut State Selective Service head quarters today reduced Hunting don Countys October draft call from five to two The men being called for In duction will report at am Wednesday Oct 15 They will travel by bus to New Cumber land Army Depot No change has been made In the countys October quota of men for preinduction physical examinations The men for phsyi cals leave on the same date at the same hour and on the same f rOntS bus The Judge Crater case still unsolved is one of the most puzzling and most publicized mysteries of the century Crater disappeared the even ing of Aug 6 1930 after dining with an attorney and two dancers at Billy Haass Restau rant In New York His wife was at their summer home at Belgrade Lakes Maine He vanished at the outset of the S e a b u r y investigations which led to the resignation of Mayor James Walker There was speculation the disappea ranee of Crater a Tammany Hall stalwart was linked to the scandals On the 25th anniversary of Craters disappearance his wife said she believed he was the victim of foul play and is Confd on Page 10 INDIANA Pa four car pileup on Rte 422 in Arm strong County killed Stephen volunteers will conduct United Pitonyak 33 of Tyrone RD2 Community Campaigns this fall Wednesday night and Pitonyaks wife suffered a WHEREAS more than 300000 head injury and was admitted volunteers will have a part in in serious condition to Indiana United Community Campaigns in Hospital Confd on Page 11 Warrior Ridge recrea tion area construction of voca tional technical facilities in Hunt ingdon and Bedford Counties construction of Section 234 235 and 236 housing in Huntingdon Mount Union SaxtonBroad Top and Tyrone construction of an extension to the J C Blair Mem orial Hospital construction of an air strip to serve the air in dustrial park at Huntingdon and construction of a regional sewage treatment plant at Tyrone The projects and priorities for the 38 items were approved at the quarterly meetiij of the Turnpike Districts board of di rectors held September 19 at Somerset The package has been submit ted to the bureau of federal and state economic aid of the states Department ofCommerce for review by the bureau and the State Planning Board Confd on Pags 11 marking the second attempt of the parents of Mary Jo Kopechne to bar an autopsy on the body of their daughter who wasfound dead in Sen Edward Kennedys submerged auto last July A hearing on the sevenpoint petition was set by Judge Ber nard C Brominski for next Monday prior to an argument already scheduled on an am meded autopsy request filed by Massachusetts Dist Atty Ed mund Dials The autopsy request was filed with Brominski by Dinis last Thursday It differed from one filed five weeks earlier by al leging blood was found on the clothing and in the mouth and nose of Miss Kopechne after her body was removed from the car last July 18 Confd on Page 10 Three Cold THE WEATHER Mostly cloudy and cool to day and tonight High in the upper 50s and the lower 60s Low tonight hi upper 30s to mid 40s Friday cloudy with chance of showers High up per 50s andlower 60s Out look for Saturday continued cloudy and cool Across Nation Throe cold fronts swept across the upper half the nation early today carrying cool wet and dreary weather to much of the area The South unaffected by the fronts continued its pattern of generally clear warm condi tions from the Mississippi to the interior of California Scattered showers fell in the Contd on Page 10 Mayors Proclaim Special Month Mayors Charles E Klingler of Mount Union and M H DeForrest of Huntingdon attached their names to a proclamation designating the Month of October as United Fund Month in ingdon County An official of the UF Luke Rlley of Mount Union looks on during the signing ceremony Earlier phases of the campaign are underway at the present time and the official kickoff for the general campaign will be held on October 1 Karen Taken Off Critical List At Hospital Karen M Alcorn of Hagers town Md a sophomore at Jun iata College was taken off the critical list yesterday at Altoona Hospital However she is still a patient in the intensive care unit Karen 18 a granddaughter of Frank Alcorn 1405 MlfflinStreet Huntingdon was critically in jured on Sunday Sept 14 in Tourgh Greek State Park when the car in which she was riding crashed Into a tree The driver William A Schlichter 19 Waynesboro a junior at Junlata was killed in the crash Doctors at the hospital report that Karen is improving slowly each day It is believed that the optic nerve in her left eye may not be badly damaged but a final determination cannot be made yet She lost her right eye in the crash when she suffered multiple lacera tions of the lace vo Results of reconstructive plas tic surgery have been described as excellent   

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