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   Daily News (Newspaper) - October 10, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                THE DAILY VOL48 HUNTINGDON and MOUNT UNION FRIDAY OCTOBER 10 1969 NO 216 Interest Grows In October 15 Moratorium For Vietnam War By Council Investigation Is Continuing Completing A Successful Campaign John B Kunz right chairman of the later and industry division of the Huntingdon County United Fund campaign accepts an over the top check from William Waldron assistant ad ministrator of the J C Blair Memorial Hospital Looking on are Robert Weyl comptroller and Mrs Pauline Barry supervisor OneWay On Two Arrested In 4th Street Is Upheld Bogus Bill Case Float Prizes Secretary Lairds Son Will March Sergeants One Last Fling United Fund Division Nears Goal The labor and Indus try division of the United Fund of Huntingdon County neared the division goal of with the successful WASHINGTON UPI The strange story of Sgt Liberio Giamcompletion of the employee cam bras peanut convoy has worked its way intotestimony alleging that paign of the J C Blair Memorial kickbacks of money and bed partners were provided sergeants Hospital under the direction of Peanut Convoy Is Probe Highlight A special meeting of Huntingdon Borough Council called primarily for budgetary matters was held Wednesday evening In state Pollce lnvestlgator said that the council rooms with Presi dent John T Fleck In charge A letter was read from District Highways Engineer Thomas J Colantino written In response to a query from council concerning the possibility of re establishing twoway traffic on Fourth Street In Huntingdon Wrote Colantino Reference Is made to your letter of September State Police from the Huntingdon substation and US Secret Service agents today pressed the Investigation of distribution of counterfeit bills In this area Two young men have already y there is a possibility of ad ditional arrests It was revealed that on Oct ober 6 a former resident Huntingdon RD 2 Earl Walter Snyder 26 of Ambler was 0f Request rested and arraigned before US Commissioner Patrick OLeary in Altoona He is now in the WILKESBARKE custody of a US Marshall parents of On October 8 a 26yearold Kopechne fighting supervising Army enlisted mens clubs in Vietnam Glambra shapely Skewes recalled Of Commissioners Funds Main Subject Of Meeting Funds administered by the Huntingdon County Commission ers during their regular meet ing Thursday went to Walker Hopewell Shirley and Wood r owns hips and to the Huntingdon bounty Library The Pennsylvania State Library check in the amount of 55219531 for the Huntingdon Oounty Library was placed In the Jbrary building fund and four iquid fuels grants were paid to Walker Township Hope well Township Shirley Township andWoodTown ship In addition commissioners Sordon W Haverstock Henry McCamant and James DiCosimo authorized payments for five veterans burials and approved two applications for headstones for veterans The county retirement board including the three county com missions Chief Clerk Lewis F Greene and County Treasurer Richard Kidd appointed the Perm Contd on Page 3 June Irene was a crook a custodian of enlisted mens clubs in the Cu Chi area a master of the kickback and an amorous fellow with de signs on me The sergeant bought about worth of snack foods for are elated his clubs each month Miss this effort William H Waldron Assistant to the Hospital Administrator Hospital employees gave 100 percent to the United Fund and increased their giving by 177 percent over last year In accepting the hospital report John B Kunz chairman of the Major Gifts Division stated We by the success of and grateful to all Pa UPI Mary Jo 18 1969 relative to the oneway for seven traffic on Fourth Street This riaTMcCractenTf 617wlshlngton body of their daughter were Street was arrested and handed a setback today when a arraigned before U S CommlsJudee dismissed their second sioner David Flood of Bellefonte Total For Parade A total of will be awarded In prize money for the top four floats entered In the Huntingdon Halloween Parade it was an nounced today by Charles Grove chairman At the same time the general chairman and float chairman George Germann ureed area or ganizations and groups to pre pare floats for entry in the pa rade First prize will be with a second prize of and third and fourth prizes of and respectively Persons desiring more Infor Contd on Page 7 Skewes testified Thursday and employees of the hospital for got a 10 per cent their support of the United Fund a month Other campaign successes But last March Giamra got were reported by the Reeves transfer orders He had but one parvin Company which exceeded month more at Cu Chi one 50 percent participation and had more snack order The light an increase in employee giving dawned He ordered of 22 percent over 1968 or in snack bar items Kuaz reviewed the overall for the last month she said campaign progress In the Labor asking the supplier to deliver it and Industry Division and pro gradually during the next 10 iected gifts lust reach the goal months However he stated success Misses Instruction depends on the performance of But the supplier one J F the remaining companies still Bo Bohunicky missed the campaigning last instruction Off went the The overall United Fund Cam snacks in one shipment paign goal this year is The first anyone knew of it with recent reports indicating was when the general looked 30 percent had been achieved to Contd on Page 16 date As YearRound Commitment matter has been again reviewed by representatives of this office and the central office of the Bureau of Traffic Engineering In view of the existing convs Marshall dltlons in the area and the con cern regarding the possibility of southbound traffic being stopped on the railroad crossing we wish to reiterate our original recommendation to continue In effect the established oneway street northbound between the Newspaperability Putting the World in Focus legal attempt to block a post He Is also In the custody of a mortem President Judge Bernard C Both are charged with Bromlnskl of Luzerne County sesslng and passing of counterCourt dismissed a sevenpoint felt US Notes petition filed by Mr and Mrs State Police today advised area Joseph Kopechne last Sept 24 residents of the possibility that to Prevent an autopsy It was properly moved and seconded that the council accept Contd on Page 10 a number of bogus bills are still The circulating in the area Residents on are advised to check their bills and report any counterfeit bills Skirmishes Reported Along DMZ SAIGON para roopers who are replacing Marines along the northern jront fought North Vietnamese roops near the Demilitarized Zone in one of five skirmishes reported this morning Spokesmen for the American Military Command said the paratroopers killed six guerrilla soldiers in the fight one mile south of the zone Thursday while losing one killed and one wounded themselves The fight followed by 16 hours a North Vietnamese mortar and jround attack in the same that killed eight US Marines and wounded 16 Five guerrilla bodies were found after the battle Contd on Page 7 Job Placement For Handicapped Eyed One of the local agencies endorsing the theme of National Hire the Handicapped Week October 5 through 11 is Skills of Central Pennsylvania Inc at the Skills facilities at 600Penn Street Huntingdon and 310 N Allegheny Street Bellefonte Coniimttee Gives Approval Haynsworth Nod Goes To Senate WASHINGTON UPI In his diligent search for a chief justice President Nixon considered it vitally important to find a jurist who could win Senate approval without violent controversy and with a strong even if not unanimous vote In Warren E Burger now presiding over the high tribun al Nixon found that man The nomination aroused no con troversy at all and the Senate vote was a resounding 74 to 3 If Nixon wanted a similar candidate for the second vacancy on the court In his and the as sumption is he Pres set Oct 20 for a a petition by Massachusetts Dist Atty Ed mund S Dinis for an autopsy to State Police or local bankT on the body of the 28yearold The investigators said that blonde secretary Killed when the automobile of US Sen Edward M Kennedy in which she was riding fell off abridge into a tidal pond at Cha Contd on Page 3 Contd on Page 3 Defense Secretary Melvin Lairds son says hell march Comedian Woody Allen says he wont perform on Broadway A group of congressmen say theyll filibuster all night Yale University President Kingman Brewster Jr supports it with ideas of his own The Vietnam moratorium scheduled for next Wednesday by college students is picking up momentum amid calls for total withdrawal of US trooos from the Vietnam War Says Hell March John Laird studying for a teachers degree at Eau Claire State University in Wisconsin said Thursday hell march with other students in the nationwide protest Young Laird thought it was great his father didnt object to his plans The defense secretary has defended Pres ident Nixons policies to end the war throughout the past two weeks Allen star of the musical Contd on Page 7 THE WEATHER NATIONAL NEWSPAPER WEEK OCT 511 1969 Public Invited Open House Sunny windy and warmer today High in the 70sCloudy and mild tonight low in the 50s Saturday clouJy windy and warm with chance of show ers or thunderstorms High upper 70s to near 80s Out look for Sunday cloudy with showers At Annual Meeting At Home ForMotor Club Safety Aged Sunday Awards Presented Post OffiCC Efforts to procure satisfactory gainful employment for handi capped persons is not only a once a year activity it is a year round commitment To ac complish this goal Skills cur rently maintains a vocational diagnostic program which in cludes psychometric testing job samples and work experience within the facility and in the com munity through the cooperation of local businesses Permanent Job placements are continually sought by a staff place ment counselor who works co operatively with the Pennsylvania State Employment Service Where industrial placement Is Indicated the Employment Service co operates further by administering aptitude tests for specific jobs and by making referrals to potential employers Those persons who cannot be placed in jobs immediately fol lowing evaluation a re given trans itional employment in the facility production shop Subcontract work from industry and business furniture refinishlng and repair and reupholstering provide the Contd on Page 10 Temporary parking arrange ments for patrons at the Hunt ident chose the wrong person in lngdon Post Oftjce went tato ef Clement Furroan Haynsworth feet today with the start of work Jr on replacing the sidewalks The nomination of the 56around the building yearold chief judge of the 4th Two parklng meters in front of US Circuit Court of Appeals Radlo station WHlrN Contd on Page 3 Contd on Page 7 Open House will be held at the Shirleysburg Home for the Aged on Sunday October 12 from 2 pm until 4 pm Area residents are cordially invited to attend this affair to honor all the guests of the Home Special recognition will be given to three guests Mrs Jen nie Anderson Kepler oldest guest as to time of residence being admitted on January 24 1933 and Miss Ruth Baker and Rob ert Rowland oldest residents in age both in their 90th year County officials have been ex Contd on Page 10 Pedestrian safety awards for 1968 were presented to Hunting don and Mount Union Boroughs and a special citation to Orblsonla Borough for two ten and twenty years respectively of freedom from pedestrian fatalities last evening at the annual meeting of the Huntingdon County Motor Club About 45 dignitaries Motor Club directors AAA officials local traffic enforcement of ficers and government offi cials assembled at the VFW Home In Huntingdon beginning at pm for the annual AAA event Orblsonia Borough has com piled a record of 20 consecutive years free of pedestrian deaths in accord with programs cited by the AAAs Pedestrian Safety Inventory for casualty records The mounted plaque was pre sented to Mayor Horace C Cor bin by G Hobart Smith chair man of the safety committee for the county motor club Huntingdon Police Chief Don ald Wingate accepted the plaque Contd on Page 7 Johnson Will Present Annual Fall Recital INSIDE THE NEWS Ann Landers16 Building Page10 Classified Ads14 15 Comics13 Crossword15 Editorials 6 Farm Page 9 Obituaries 2 On Stage Live 8 School Page11 Society Club12 Television Programs 8 9 The 26th annual fall organ recital by Junlata Colleges Pro fessor Donald S Johnson will attract local audiences to the College campus this Sunday aft ernoon at The concert in Oiler Auditorium Is free and open to the general public The recital will feature works by Handel Bach Mozart Men delssohn Joseph Khelnberger and Leo Sowerby Assisting Prof Johnson will be his daughter and soninlaw vio linists Claire and Joan Prunchak The couple will perform solo pieces as well as combining their talents with Prof Johnson in the final selection in the recital a Handel sonata Claire Johnson Prunchak a Huntingdon Music Club scholar ship winner studied violin with Contd on Page 9 DONALDS JOHNSON Lodge Heads Home For Instructions PAiUS South Viet namese delegate to the peace talks said today his nation sees no political significance in the recent drop in Communist activity on the battlefield He said several factors contributed to the lull none of them Involving a Communist willingness to stop fighting The assessment came as the chief US negotiator Henry Cabot Lodge was leaving for home with his assistant Phillip Habib They were summoned to Washington by President Nixon for consultations and instruc tions An American spokesman said the US delegation saw noth ing extraordinary at this time In the call from Washington They said Lodge goes home now and then for consultations on the progress of the talks US officials said the lull in battlefield activity was being closely studied A spokesman for North Vietnam refused to discuss it A Viet Cong spokesman said What is important is that mothers and wlvrs want to know that more young people will not dio Contd on Page 7 Boroughs Recognized For Safety Records Recipients of the 1968 AAA pedestrian safety awards pre sented at the annual Huntingdon County Motor Club meet last evening were Donald H Wingate Huntingdon Borough Chief of Police second from left and Orblsonla Mayor HoraceC Corbln third from left G Hobart Smith right chairman of the Motor Clubs safety committee presents Corblns award and Lewis D Brown roads and signs committee chairman left gives Wingate the Huntingdon Award Mount Unions Chief of Police Berlin B Whltsel was unable to attend to receive the award for the Mount Union Borough   

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