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   Daily News (Newspaper) - October 13, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                CLASSIFIED ADS DIAL MISS CLASSIFIED 6434040 or 5424641 THE DAILY NEWS OL 48 HIRE CENTS PER COPT HUNTINGDON and MOUNT UNION MONDAY OCTOBER 13 1969 PHONE 6434040 NO 218 Seven Soviet Cosmonauts Circling Earth Will Construct Permanent Space Station Israeli Planes Hit Jordan Again Israeli warplanes went on the attack into Jordan for the third time in five days today bombing what Tel Aviv de scribed as a guerrilla base within four minutes flying time of the capital at Amman The Israeli announcement said the aerial attack lasted a lew minutes against the camp three miles north of Sslt 30 miles inside Jordan AH the raiders returned safely milita ry spokesmen said Todays raids followed simi lar strikes into Egypt by Israeli Jets Sunday They hit along the Suez Canal where a temporary truce was called today so the Israelis could return toe bodies of two Egyptian commandos slain in crosscanal raids The exchange was the second in six days Last Wednesday each side turned over about 100 civilian prisoners to the other CContd on Page 11 Honored Guests At Event Dr and Mrs CalTert N Ellis of Taylor Highlands relax at the reception which followed formal dedication ceremonies Saturday for Ellis Hall the new Juniatt College Center It was named in honor of Dr Ellis president emeritus of Juniata and his father the lite Dr Charles C Ellis a former president of the college Formal Dedication Ceremonies Held ewCollege Center iBears Ellis Name Two aatres for nearly four decades have been synonym us with the life of Juniata College Charles C and Cal J N Ellis were immortalized in bronze and stone Saturday lafternoon in ceremonies at the College honoring them with tne amins of Ellis Hail the new college center Supreme Court Opens INew Session WASHINGTON The Supreme Court opens its first business session of the 195970 I term today by disposing of a huge backlog of appeals and hearing welfare cases from New York and California At its 10 am EDI session I the court to announce a lengthy orders a compi lation of the cases it has decided to accept for review and those it has rejected Contd on P age 11 Formal dedication ceremon ies in Ellis Hails spacious ballroom attracted nearly 330 persons to hear remarks by college officials and representa tives of the alumni and students all in acknowledgement of the cen ters dedication as a monument to two of Pennsylvanias great est educators of the past Guests of honor at the 4 pm dedication ceremony and later at a dedication dinner were Pre sident Emeritus snd Mrs Calvert X Ellis Dr Ellis served Juniata as president for 25 years from 1943 to 1958 following his fa ther Dr C C Ellis who was president from 1930 to 1943 of 82 years of their lives to makine Juniata College one of the finest small liberal arts col leges in the nation Contd on Page 2 Huntingdon Woman Cops Grid Quiz A Huntingdon woinaa Mrs Harris Wallace PO Bos took all the marbles in this weeks contest by missing only five games For her efforts Mrs Wallace will receive a check in the amount of S3250 which may be redeemed at any of the par ticipating stores There was another mixup in the contest this week with another game being listed in correctly The game between Air Force and Notre Dame was not counted or scored in the con test inasmuch as Air Force did not play Notre Dame With all the upsets surprises and a game being tied it was like playing tick tac toe trying to guess who should have one and why this one did This is what keeps the football games interes ting so keep trying luck nest week Tying for second place and missing sis games each were CContd on Page 11 GOP Dinner To Honor Hawbaker State Senator D Elmer Hawbaker will appear at the first official fund raising dinner in his honor October 29 at the Hunt ingdon Elks home The funds are to help finance his so far unofficially announced intent understood among Repub lican workers to seek the partys 1970 gubernatorial nomination Currently Hawbaker is filling out a four year term represent ing the 33rd Senatorial district begun in 1968 Other Republican dignataries and officials expected to be pres ent include Rep J Irving ley representative from the 12th district Assemblyman Orville Snare of the S 1st legislative dis trict and Robert Jubilirer of Altoona district coordinator of the Young Republicans Senator Hawbaker a resident of Mercersburg Franklin Coun ty was first elected to the legis lative body in 1960 and re elected in 1964 and 196S Originally the 33rc district comprised Adams and Franklin Counties but since a 1965 reappcrtionment move now includes Franklin Fulton Mifflin Huntingdon and part of Blair Counties After that re Turner Will Third Spacecraft Face More Jnto Orbit A11 Systems Ukay J 1 Questions D ELMER HAWBAKER Moratorium p MI Gen Carl C Turner former top Army police officer faced more hard questioning today By DUSKO DODER about charges he sold conflscat MOSCOW UPI The Soviet Union put another manned space ed guns for personal profit and craft into earth orbit today to Join two Soyuz vehicles already attempted to squelch Investlgathere in the attempt to build a permanent space station tions of Sgt Maj William 0 Wooldridge Soyuz 8 with two experienced Turner former Army provost cosmonauts aboard roared For Child Day Care Marshal already has acknowaloft at pm Moscow time ledged in testimony last Tuesand gave the Soviets another day before the Senate perspace a total of seven manent investigations subcomastronauts in orbit at once in mittee that he pocketed about three vehicles from sales of guns given The Soviet announcement to the Army by Chicago and said all systems aboard all Kansas City Mo police three spacecraft were function Sen Abraham A Ribicoff Dtag normally and that the Conn acting subcommittee cosmonauts were in good chairman summoned Police health Chiefs James Conlisk of ChicaAboard Soyuz 8 were Col go and Clarence Kelley of Vladimir Shatalov and civilian Kansas City to confront Turuer Alexei Yeliseyev both veterans at the hearings of space flight The men aboard The chiefs have said that Soyuz 6 and Soyuz 7 are on some 500 guns confiscated from their first missions rioters and criminals were Ground controllers had awa 2 Countians On Advisory Committee Contd on Page 3 apportionment be was forced to run again to complete two CContd on Page 11 Cambodian Border Area Hit By B52s Is Drawing Opposition Plans for Wednesdays nation wide moratorium to protest the Vietnam War solidified today but so did growing opposition to the demonstration President Nixon already has said that under no circumstan ces will I be affected whatever by demonstrations against the war However he plans to and presumably soften made at a THE WEATHER SI7850 Damage By WALTER WHITE HE AD SAIGON UPI Eight flights of B52 Stratoforts bombed along the Cambodian border remarks Sunday night and this morning press conference in what official sources said Mayor John V were reduced raids in response New York running Jn a tough to a fourweek lull in Commureelection campaign said Sun nist attacks day he was proclaiming Wed The sources said President nesday a day of observance as Nixon ordered a 10 per cent part of the moratorium He cutback in B52 raids ia said flags would be flown at halfstaff and church bells would toll at noon in the nations largest city But Vice President Spiro T Agnew said I am not in favor of the moratorium because it is protest toward of the United Mostly sunny and warm to day Highs in the mid to upper 70s Cloudy and mild with showers or thunder showers likely tonight Lows uRjer 50s to lower 60s Tuesday cloudy windy and turning colder with showers likely Highs Tuesday in the 60s Outlook for Wednesday partly cloudy and colder Probability of precipitation20 per cent today 60 per cent tonight and 70 per cent Tues day kened the earthorbiting Soyuz 6 and 7 cosmonauts at 6 a m in preparation for the launching of Soyuz 8 and the attempt at building a way station to the stars The Soviet news agency Tass said Soyuz 6 with three men aboard was not equipped to link up with Soyuz 7 apparently leaving it to serve as a workshop in welding Soyuz 7 with subsequent space vehicles I think our dream is coming true beamed Lt Col Anatoly Filipchenko the Soyuz 7 commander to a nationwide television audience Sunday We have been waiting for this moment so long We know the flight will be successful Contd on Page 2 Mrs Helen Getz of Mapleton and Mrs Cheerful Kidd of Mount Union have been named to the 16member advisory committee for Pennsylvanias day care pro gram An organizational meeting of the committee will be held later this month Appointment of the committee members was announced during the weekend by Elias S Cohen commissioner of the office of family services in the state Public Welfare Department The program covers about 300 day care centers and family day care homes It provides care for chidren of underprivi leged families in cases where the mother has a job to supple Contd on Page 2 Vietnam to show the Viet Cong and North Vietnamese he was willing to reciprocate According to US reports the lull in ground fighting continued Sunday except for three flareups in approach routes to directed as a Saigon in which a total of 38 the President UDdsay Mme Binh Urges Total US Pullout Nixons Promises Are Not Believed Search For Mother Child Continuing PITTSBURGH UPI Au thorities say they still have no clues to the whereabouts of a young Maryland mother and her daughter kidnapped three weeks ago by Stanley B Hoss Jr An FBI search for Mrs Linda Mae Peugeot 21 of Cum berland Md and her daughter Lori Mae 2 was concentrated in four states Sunday But agents said they had received Four Six Weekend Accidents Three Are Honored Shirleysburg Open House Is Success Many citizens of Huntingdon County attended a successful Open House at the Shirleysburg Home for me Aged on Sunday afternoon between the hours of 2 pun to 4 pjn The fiftyeight residents of tbe Homewerehonoredduringthe opening remarks were madeby program conducted in the chapel Mayor Charles KLingler of Mount Special recognition was given Union Another prominent visi to three residents Mrs Jennie tor duringthe afternoon was Hunt Kepler of Mount Union oldest iagdon Mayor M HDeForrest guest as to time of residence hav Serving as superintendent of tag been admitted January 24 the Home since 1956 has been 1933 Robert Rowland of Hunting Wayne Rohrer He is ably assist don 91 years of age and Miss ed by his wife Ruth Baker of Cassville 90 years Superintendent Rohrer intro of age oldest residents in age duced the honored guests to the Mrs Joseph Rosensteel of visitors He highly praised the Mount Union president oftoeAu auxiliary for tne many services xiliary to theSoirleysburgHome they perform for the residents for theAged spoke briefly noting The superintendent remarked the excellent care and treatment that comfortable chairs for the given to the guests of the Home chapel and other furnishings had She men presented gifts to been donated by the auxiliary At toe three special residents Contj on Page 2 Four persons were injuredand seven vehicles were damaged as estimated 517850 in six week end accidents investigated by State Police of the Huntingdon substation Two of the mishaps were hit run incidents Two of the injured persons are hospitalized today one at Huntingdon and another at Al tooaa Five passenger cars a trac tor trailer and a panel truck were involved in the smashups Damage was estimated at 35000 in a tractortrailer acci dent on Route 22 at Water street Sunday morning at oclock No person was injured State Police said Thomas C Weber 30 of 1219 Woodland Avenue Pittsburgh was west bound operating a 1969 White trucktractor hauling a Strict CContd on Page 10X guerrillas were killed No US States deaths were listed Stands For Peace Military spokesmen said the And Bisons communications B52s came in during the night director Herbert Klein said and dropped 450 tons of bombs Those who plan to demon in the three provinces that strate on Wednesday would do border Cambodia north of well if they took a positive look area abundant with wno stands for peace The guerrilla base camps and rest President of the United States areas stands for peace more than Headquarters refused to com anyone on the other side ment on the reported cutback Statements by top officials of in Straiofort raids but supplied Mxon administration were official figures showine 212 B52 not tne omv antimoratorium CContd on Page 11N CContd on Page 10 PARIS UPI To the woman who leads the Viet Cong peace talks team President Nixons promises to end the war in Vietnam are no different than those former President Lyndon B Johnson made a few years back Sonja Henie Dies Sunday OSLO OP her dim pled smile and her flashing skates the little Norwegian blonde in the furtrimmed skirts helped America forget the great depression Millions knew Sonja Henie better for her starring roles In such movies as One In a Million and Sun Valley Serenade than for her 10 world figure skating titles including three Olympic titles Miss Henie 57 died Sunday night of leukemia in a special ambulance plane between Paris and her home of Oslo She had A plan by students at Juniata on Wednesday and that each been in Paris with her third College to participate in a nationstudent would be free to deterhusband Nils Onstad when her wide moratorium on Tsusiness as usual next Wednesday Oct 15 expressing opposition to United States involvement in Viet nam has received official acknow ledgement by Dr John N Stauf fer president of the College In a printed message to stu dents and faculty distributed yes Juniata To Honor Moratorium Day Mme Nguyen Tht Binh said in an exclusive interview Sunday that antiwar forces in the United States who oppose Nixons war policies are fighting for the honor of their country and have the Viet Congs blessings She reasserted the Commu nist demand tor a total US withdrawal from Vietnam and said the guerrillas would keep fighting until they were given a part in a coalition government in Saigon A revolutionary since she was 18 the 42yearold mother ol Contd on Page 11 ted the Sept 22 kidnapping Contd on Page 11 INSIDE THE NEWS Ann Landers 9 Classified Ads 14 15 Comics 13 Crossword15 Football Contest 8 9 Obituaries2 Society Club 12 Sports4 5 Through These Doors 7 Colpetzer Receives FFA Dairy Proficiency Award Mans Bodv Found BEDFORD Pa UPI body of Marvin L Perdew 46 Flintstone Md was found Sun day on state game lands near Rainsburg in Bedford County Police said he may have been the victim of a hitandrun ac cident terday President Stauffer said pression of ideas the College On October 15 many members must not force a particular post of the College community will tion upon any person want to witness to their deep concern about our nations invol vement in Vietnam It is antici pated that through a variety of mine whether or not to attend any condition worsened and doctors of his classes that may be held decided to take her home for He added that absences from treatment class would be without penalty Juniata College as an insti tution takes no position either in support of or in opposition to the war Dr Stauffer declared As an arena for the free ex Dr Torjus Moe of Oslo said Contd on Page 11 The president did however express his personal opposition the nations involvement in In to MEADVILLE Pa UPI persons including six chil constructive expressions many Vietnam It is my hope that en route home from a re among us will give support to the October 15 may be a day of earnvlval meeting were killed Sun Vietnam moratorium est discussion and of critical day night when their small Dr Stauffer expressed his examination of the issues relatsedan was struck by a freight hopes thateachfacultymemberat ing to the Vietnam said train a crossing and dragged May it be a day for renewed 150 feet dedication to the ways of peace Contd on Paee 10 the college would determine for himself whether to bold classes Tom Colpetzer 18 of Tyrone RD 1 has been named winner of the Northeastern Regional Future Farmers of America dairy proficiency award The North Atlantic States Maryland and Delaware are included in the Northeastern Region One of four regional winners Tom will compete with others and later this week during the session of the National FFA convention October 1417 in Kansas City for the national FFA proficiency award He will be accompanied to Kansas City by his advisor A R Simkins of Juniata Valley Colpetzer is a son of Mr and Mrs Robert Colpetzer of Tyrone RD 1 and owns his own dairy herd of 36 Jerseys The herd is under separate DfflA classifies tion and milk is shipped under a Contd on Page 10 TOM COLPETZER   

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