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Daily News (Newspaper) - October 11, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania CLASSIFIED ADS DIAL MISS CLASSIFIED 6434040 or 5424641 THE DAILY NEWS VOL48 tarn CENTS conr HUNTINGDON and MOUNT UNION SATURDAY OCTOBER 11 1969 PHONE 6434040 NO 217 Nixon Fires Hershey To Push Draft Reform Tribute To Two Outstanding Leaders Formal dedication ceremoniae will be held this afternoon at 4 pm on the Juniata College campus tor the College Cen ter Ellis Hall The program will be a highlight of the col leges annual tall homecoming event and will fcllow the urday afternoon football game Guests of honor at the dedica tion will be Dr and Mrs Calvert N Ellis Juniata Dedicates New College Center DR CHARLES C ELLIS Mondays Review Book Topic Is Church Liturgy The initial book renew of the current season is on church lit urgy and will be presented by Dr John C Horn of Alexandria on Monday October 13 at pBi in the Huntingdon County Library reading rooms The committee for this years review under Mrs June P Reese has endeavored to select topics of a wide range The subject of liturgy has become quite contemporary in the under standing of the various means of worship The ecumenical movement to the folk masses speaks of this interest O Sing Unto The Lord by Dr Henry E Horn is the book Contd on Page 9 A singular but lasting tribute will be paid two outstanding lead ers in higher education this Sat urday after no on when Juniata Col lege formally dedicates Its new Colleg Center to the memory of Dr Charles C Sills and in honor of Dr Calvert N Ellis the father and son who dedicated most of their productive years to the development of the Col lege The formal tribute will be paid fittingly by representatives of the trustees faculty and ad ministration alumni and student body of the College Ceremonies are scheduled to begin at 4 pm Saturday in the ballroom of the new College Center Ellis Hall The dedication is open to ail alumni students faculty and guests of the College and will be followed by a reception and open house and a dedicatory din ner Guests of honor at the dedi cation and ident Emeritus vert NEllis Dr dent side at the formal dedication ceremonies The dedication SAIGON military agenda will Include acceptance spokesmen today reported the DR CALVERT N ELLIS 3 Copters Are Downed John N Stauffer presi TM Vi of the College will pre Id 11 a 111 Dinis Must Produce New Evidence WILKESBARRE Pa UPI District Attorney Edmund S Dinis of Massachusetts will have to tell the public more about the night Mary Jo Ko pechne died if he wants her body exhumed for an Diais won his chance Friday when Judge Bernard C Bromin ski rejected a motion to deny a postmorten in the investiga tion of the 28yearold secre death on Chappaquiddick Island last July 18 in a car driven off a narrow bridge by Sen Ed ward M Kennedy Brominski set a hearing for Sept 20 in Luzerne County Court here on Dinis amended petition for exhumation which alleged the presence of blood on Miss Kopechnes blouse and in her mouth and nose when her body was recovered from the submerged car in a tidal pond Only a hearing will bring to light facts that will allow the court to resolve the question of exhumation and autopsy the jurist said The hearing he added would Contd on Page 11 For Soviets New Space Adventure Is Coming MOSCOW UPI The Soviet Union today announced it had sent two cosmonauts into earth orbit aboard a Soyuz space craft Informed sources said four more men would follow in two ships to build a space platform Tass the Soviet news agency said the twoman Soyuz crew was well Soyuz 6 is piloted by Lt Col Georgy Shonin and flight engineer is Valery Kubasov Tass said The crew feels fine Tass said the spacecraft has been put with high precision on the calculated orbit of an earth satellite Tass said the cosmonauts would carry out a heavy program of experiments in cluding the welding of metal in conditions of vacuum and weightlessness That meant space experts in Moscow said the cosmonauts would experiment on construe tion of an interplanetary space Contd on Page 9 Another Sign Of Major Overhaul WASHINGTON Ul0 Gen Lewis B Hershcy 76 UK symbol of draft calls to of American fathers and sons will soon be out as bead of UK Selective Senrtce His ouster Is another sign that a big overhaul of the draft structure probably lies ahead Its great that Hershey as a personality Is finally getting out said Howard Feinberg 20 a student at San Francisco State College But the system is still wrong and thatswhat needs to be corrected President Nixon fired Her shey late Friday five days before the TletnVo morator ium a planned nationwide protest against the war Contd on Page 2 MISS ANN REGANIS Hanois Top Negotiator Returns PARE return of the chief North Vietnamese peace negotiator Xuan Thuy appeared today to signal a toughened stand at the Paris talks by Hanoi Thuy said the United States must withdraw its troops in months instead of years Thuy returned Friday night from five weeks in Hanoi and his remarks were more severe than those he made Sept 2 when he left for North Vietnam When he left for the funeral of President Ho Chi Minh Thuy said If Mr Nixon starts withdrawing troops in consider able numbers and rapidly Contd on Page 9 Brunette Reigns At Homecoming Increase In Court Costs Proposed Dally News Harrlsburg Bureau HARRBBURG Huntingdon County residents are going to pay higher tees for services per formed for them by their clerk of court under terms of leg islation that has just cleared the Senate and been sent to the House Miss Ann Reganis 21 of Eastern Fa a senior at Juniata of Representatives College has been selected 1969 Homecoming Queen by her fellow For example the fee to be students The pert darkhaired Queenelect will be officially crowned by Juniata student body president Eric Woodworth during halftime ceremonies at todays gridiron clash with Geneva Col lege 1969 graduate of Wilson At Juniata Executive Fund Raiser Resigns Borough High School near Easton Miss Reganis is the daughter of Dr and Mrs John C Reganis She Is a member of the College Center social activities commit tee at Juniata and a member of the Pennsylvania State Education Association An education major at Juniata she hopes to become an elementary school teacher fol lowing her graduation next Spring Miss Reganis will be accom panied at the Homecoming fest charged by the Huntingdon County and seventh class county clerks of courts would be upped from 75 cents to for an affidavit ball piece would be Increased from to while a certificate to the Secretary of Revenue of conviction of motor vehicle laws to be t axed as part of the costs of each case would go from to under terms of the Senateapproved bill Other changes In the fee Contd on Page 2 Dr John N Stauffer presipiaied at the Honecoming fast rr i dent of Juniata College today an lvltles today by MUs Cheryi Dtt tlUnttngaOIl S fenderfer senior attendant of Lansdale IriCK Or 1 FCat Other halftime ceremonies at nounced the resignation of H Gerald Quigg executive director of development effective Nov 15 College Field today will Include iVirrht Ort 2Q Quigg32 a native of River a musical presentation by the 111g111 remarks by Dr John C Baker Contd on Page 9 INSIDE THE NEWS Along The Juniata 10 Ann Landers18 Church Page 3 Classified Ads16 17 Comics15 Crossword17 Historical Sketches C Obituaries 2 Society Club14 Sports4 5 ACLL Raps Hearings New Links Sought In Kickback Case WASHINGTON UPI A senate panel investigating irre gularities in enlisted mens clubs is slated next week to examine alleged close links between an army general and a wealthy seller of slot machines to the clubs The new turn In the investigations came as the American Civil Liberties Union strongly criticized the hearings as being marked by serious departures from clvii liberties standards Sources on the Senate per manent Investigations subconi mittee said who were not would testi fy on the relationship between Brig Gen Earl Franklin Cole and William Crum head of Sari Electronics Crum had a virtual monopoly on slot machines sold to US enlisted mens clubs in Viet nam according to subcommit tee sources His receipts on sales of Japanesemade slots to the clubs through a Hong Kong firm totaled more than million they said Cole was deputy chief of staff Contd on Page 9 losses of three American helicopters to Communist ground fire two of them in an hourlong battle near the Cambodian border One of the downed copters was a Marine CH34 on a mission to evacuate wounded Leathernecks from a skirmish near the Demilitarized Zone Friday Three of the four men aboard were killed The other two helicopters went down near S3ng Be 76 miles north of Saigon near the Cambodian only relative hot spot reported Friday as the threeweek battlefield lull continued Military spokesmen said sheets of ground fire knocked down a observation Copter first and then ground troops were called in to rescue the crew touching off the hourlong battle Fifteen North Vietnamese bodies were found after the fighting but not until another US Army helicopter had been shot down Spokesmen put American losses in the fighting and crashes two men wounded Contd on Page 9 Day Has Many Interpretations Interest Builds In Moratorium The Vietnam protest moratorium set for Wednesday appears to have almost as many interpretations as participants Republican National Chairman Rogers C B Morton has called the day a good thing side NJ and a 1959 graduate Geneva College marching band of the University of Delaware the resuits Of Qoat com has been assodated with petitions among Juniatas four Juniatas development office the since 1964 He was named to Shade Gap Lists TrickTreat Event Trick or treat night will be observed on Friday October 31 for children in the vicinity of Shade Gap Borough Mayor S Dean Montgomery reveriled today that youngsters may go trick or treating on that night only The decision for the onenight event was made by Borough Council White House News Secretary Ron Ziegler says it will influence the thinking of President Nixon But Vice President Spiro T Agnew has denounced the moratorium as ironic and absurd and veterans and other groups are lining up counter demonstra tions Protest activities are general Tyrone ByPass Bids Total S5136980 Bids were received by the Pennsylvania Department of Highways on Friday for the con tract on the first phase of the Route 220 bypass at Tyrone Low bidder was the New Enter prise Stone and Lime Company with a bid of The contract will be the first link in the bypass which Includes portions of Tyrone Borough and Antls and Snyder Townships in Blair County This phase of the project calls for the construction of four brid ges ly centered around the nations educational institutions They include film festivals fasts a blood bank for peace special classes readings of the rolls of war dead folk singing and traditional marches and speeches At Ft Sam Houston San Antonio Tex 150 soldiers asked their commander to provide a speaker to explain their right of dissent They declined to link the request with the moratorium plans but asked that the meeting be held Wednesday The first antiVietnam march Contd on Page 11 his present executive position in May this year He tendered his resignation to the College early this week in order to accept a similar position at the Univer sity of Richmond Va begin ning November 17 Dr Stauffer announced the res ignation this morning with very deep regret noting that Mr Quigg has served Juniata with remarkable effectiveness I have an especially high regard for him H e leaves us with our gratitude and best wishes The President added that The posi tion Mr Quigg is assuming at Richmond represents a large step forward in his career His excellent work at Juniata has earned him this opportunity for profffislonal advancement Contd on Page Were the Days Following the football game will be a 4 pm dedication ceremony at Ellis Hall the new College Center at Juniata honoring Dr Charles C Ellis and Dr Cal vert N Ellis the two recent p r e s i d e n t s of the 93 year old College After a reception and open house beginning at there will be a formal dedication dinner in Ellis Hall Police Chief Donald H Wtngate and Mayor M H DeForrast of Huntingdon announce that trick or treat night will be held on October 29 within Huntingdon Borough The officials request that parents utilize the Official eve ning to have ttelr children do their trick or treating between the hours of pm and pm The October 29 date a Wed nesday was chosen to avoid con flicts with Halloween parade activities within the borough on Thursday October 30 THE WEATHER Mostly sunny windy and warm today High in the mid to upper 70s Partly cloudy breezy and mild tonight Low in the upper 50s to low 60s Mostly cloudy windy and warm with a chance of showers Sun day High in the 70s Monday cloudy windy and warm with occasional showers or ihun dershowers Easter Seal Convention To Honor Volunteers A highlight of the Pennsylvan ia state convention of the Easter Seal Society for Crippled Child ren and Adults each year is the braceforanace awards lunch eon at which dedicated workers for the cause of the handicapped are honored At this years 1969 threeday event to be held at the Penn Alto Hotel in nearby Altoona a number of Huntingdon Count ians will receive this coveted recognition of their volunteer services on Friday October 17 at pm Contd on Page 11 Two Arrested 5 Others Sought Victim Escapes From Kidnapers RENO Nev UPI A Las Vegas multimillionaire escaped Friday night from six men who kidnaped him and threatened to cut off his fingers and toes and send them to his family unless ransom was paid Victim of the complicated plot was Las Vegas real estate they were hunting at least five man Dean Petersen 35 He others But an all points escaped from a motorized manhunt was halted shortly trailer on Interstate 79 east of before midnight Reno in which he said he had Detectives said tfie cou been held for more than 24 rageous behavior qfcPetersens hours and phoned police from a sister Mrs Faye Johnson led nearby supermarket shortly to the capture of the two men after 7 pm OUK twice met wltn the Police found a pale and kidnapers contact man In trembling Peterson hiding be negotiations overansom none hind some cartons His clothing of which was ever paid was rumpled and his shirttail I dont know how I got out was out He carried a pair of whose holdings In handcuffs in which he said he the Westward Ho Hotel had been locked He appeared on tne flittering Las Vegaj uninjured strlP told He sald te Shortly afterwards police had been taocked around a arrested two suspects and said Contd on Page 2
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