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   Daily News (Newspaper) - October 18, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                THE DAILY NEWS VOL 43 HUNTINGDON and MOUNT UNION PA SATURDAY OCTOBER 18 1969 NO 223 Red Cosmonauts End Biggest Space Week 3rd Manned Of State Department Of Health 3 Brothers Capsule In i J Surrender oft Dr Uark Earned T 5ott Landing To Jurist MOSCOW Soviets today safely brought back to Earth their Soyuz 8 spacecraft and its twoman crew complet ing their biggest week in space a period that saw cosmonauts orbiting taneously in three ships The Tass News Agency said Deputy Secretary Governor Raymond P Shafer has announced the appointment SCVen of John R Clark DDS MPH staff assistant for program Simul in the Pennsylvania Department of Health as Deputy Secretary of Health Doctor Clark 36 will report Soyuz S ended xts fireday fight fe JrMDt in the Karangda recovery area in Central Asia as had its sister ships Soyuz 6 and 7 on Thursday and Friday The cosmonauts were reported in good condition Prior to their return Tass said Soyuz S crewmen Col Vladimir Shatlov and engineer Alesei Yeliseyev tested new extremely convenient ways of navigation The cosmonauts established communication with the flight control center through a communications vessel named after the dead cosmonaut Vladimir Komarov somewhere in the Atlantic Ocean and the communication satellite Molniy Contd on Page 12 Local 424 Has Annual Dinner More than 300 persons were in attendance last night at the an nual barquet of Mount Union 424 Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America Movmt Union Manu facturing Company held at the Elks Home in Huntingdon Mrs Iva Minnick president of the local presided and wel comed members and guests to this gala affair Remarks were made by Ri chard Snockey business agent who continues as Acting Secre tary of Public Welfare He is the son of Mr and Mrs J Bland Clark of Mount Union and is a graduate of the Mount Union School System Doctor Clark joined the De partment of Health in 1965 as regional dental officer in Pitts burgh and in June 1967 be came special assistant in the office of Medicare Harrisburg where he served until October 10 1967 Immediately prior to his new appointment he had serv ed as public health executive and staff assistant for program for Doctor Georges since Octo ber 11 1967 Pennsylvania is fortunate to have a fine young administrator like Doctor Clark to aid and as sist Doctor Georges Governor Shafer said His past expert ence in Harrisburg and in prove valuable A native of Orbisonia Doctor The three Cooper brothers sought as the result of the beat ing of a Tussey Mountain High School Music supervisor surren dered yesterday afternoon to Judge R Merle Heffner Thirty minutes before a dead line which they set Mr and Mrs Delmer Cooper of Aitch RD walked into the jurists of fice on Fourth Street with their sons 20yearold James Duane 15yearold Joseph Charles and 17yearold Gary Silas The surrender ended a tense week in which State Police had been on the lookout for the three Cooper brothers The 44year old father surrendered Monday morning at 1130 after athree hour standoff in which he is alleg ed to have threatened to open fire on the small army of law enforce ment officers that surrounded the Cooper home in Hopewell Township When police enter ed the home the three brothers had fled Today the two teenagers are in the Cambria County Juvenile De tention Home at Ebensburg while James Duane was in Huntingdon County Jail awaiting 52000 cash Clark attended Pennsylvania bail State University from 1951 to it could not be learned 1954 and received his DDS where the three brothers had degree from the University of been hiding this week but it Contd on Page 12 Contd on Page 2 Handshakes Follow Last Dynamite Blast Handshakes of congratulations mark the successful holing through of the Raystown diversion tunnel yesterday morning Surrounded by Green Construction Company workers atop the rock and muck pile brought down by the last dynamite blast left to right Sam Davis inspector for Corps and Wayne Wilmoth tunnel superintendent William Ensslin project manager and James Weaver resident engineer for the Corps perform the ritual handclasp With the muck pile removed and the tunnel concretelined the Raystown will be able to flow through here in May 1971 At Dinner Meet DR JOHN R CLARK 1600Foot Tunnel Opened At Raystown Nixon Appeal Help Sought To Battle Inflation At Juniata JOSEPH P RJVA A dynamite blast at Friday morning opened the 1600foot diversion tunnel at the Raystown Reservoir site as tunnelers for the Green Construction Company holed through the last ten feet of rock separating the downstream and upstream cuts A cold breeze blew through the spur of Terrace Mountain and the intercom system at the com panys on site office carried the message If you come to the down stream portal you can see smoke and dust really pourin out of there The successful blast was the climax of the tunneling opera tion that began May 16 of this With Eve To Greif Companv Expansion Safe Deposit Mount Union Authority To Authority Build System Wi Speak WASHINGTON UP ident Nixon says his efforts to year and marked the comple inflation may be painful 15 per cent of the Mount Union Soroush Council and Mount Union Municipal met in special session with the Shirley Township and Porneo Esposito director of supervisors and Shirley Township Sewer Authority this week subregional office of Baltimore Borough Council president Joint Board at Chambersburg Robert c Goodman chaired the Shockey gave special recogni meetms neld the Mount Union tion to the 19 retired members council chambers presentthe largest number ever purpose of the meeting was to in attendance at the annual din matea decision concerning re ner A standing ovation was given quired disposal facilities this group Those recograzed f S3000 building were Ruth Long Helen Sentis to built L Grief man Naomi Bard Lelah Clyjnd Bros Division of 3 Teeners Are Injured Car Is Demolished Annual Fair Association Dinner Set an authority on safe deposit pro cedure and management will be the main speaker at the first and unpopular and he is total Green contract work on the appealing to all segments of the new Raystown Dam nation to join his administra With a 170 foot vertical tions fight against the persis snaft still to cut workers scram tently rising cost of living Med to the top of a 15 foot high In a radio address to the muck pue to shake hands and take nation Friday Nixon called for pictures of the rockthemselves monetary restraint by govern the which could be seen ment business labor and pomjug in at both ends of the Wilmoth tunnel super said We may still have teenagers Three Huntingdon mans Clara Puchalla Catherine demolished in an accident yesterday after noon on Route 26 in Lincoln Township five miles south of Marklesburg Two of the injured are patients in the J C Blair Memorial Hospital today Terry Price 18 of 413 Street was northbound at Contd on Page 2 Foreman Mary Bodnar ment Industrial Park site Zinoble Antonia Giardine BerGoodman stated that the tha Baughman Agata De Mario compajnv desires to begin con Olive Kaney Ethel Heaster Mil early in 1970 with ired McMulien Hannah Norris sis or seven Gladys Shoop Teresa Rohere montns The plant would employ Mildred Bush and Elvira Fata 00 wben first starting Direstor EspositoiEormedthe operaiions and will require sew assemblage that Sam Nocella Contd Qn page lr Contd on Page 12 ley Group Pennsylvania Safe De posit Association Dean M Lesnett ST manager of the Alexandria Office Perm Central National Bank is presi dent of the Juniata Valley Group which includes eight banks in Seven directors and two audiHuntingdon Blair and Centre tors will be elected at the annual counties dinner meeting of the Huntingdon The groups initial annual din County Agricultural Association ner meet will be held at the on Wednesday evening Oct 22 Driftwood Restaurant along at 7 oclock at the McConnellsRoute 220 near Tyrone next town Fire Hall Thursday Oct 23 President Robert M Ross will Riva is manager secretary have charge of the affair He treasurer and director of the Joseph P Riva of Chicago consumers to nelp stop the spiral of rising prices that through August of this year went up at an annual rate of 6 to plug the bottom and the 992 fall meeting of the Juniata V al t per cent loader wailed for everyone His message broadcast at 4 to get out of the way as it back pm was put in nontechnical out to the upstream portal m t JLllT COHHCllI EDWIN L KENNEDY language that housewives listaking with it the first load of tening at home at that time of jpck from the top of the day could understand muck pile CHANGES SHAPE The tunnel changes shape Contd on Page 5 understand Present inflation was caused by deficit spending under President Lyndon B Johnson Nixon administration policies of budgetary restraint and tight credit are beginning to show results and will make it easier for you to balance your family budget business should help by curtailing price increases and investment labor should temper wage demands and consumers should show re straint in credit and purchas ing In short Nixon said that if inflation is to be whipped all segments of the nation will have to join the fight The federal government has set an Contd on Page 5 INSIDE THE NEWS Along The Juniata 7 Ann Landers10 Church Page3 Classified Ads 10 11 Comics9 Crossword11 Historical Sketches 6 Obituaries2 Society Club8 will be presented and an open Company He attended North discussion on the future of the western University and the Amer Huntingdon County Fair will lean Institute of Banking receiv be held The association sponsors ing his graduate certificate from the annual agricultural exposithe latter He joined National tion Trust in 1932 and became Ross emphasized that most of manager of the safe deposit com the program will be strictly Contd on Page 12 business Spokesmen for var ious organizations will be Invited to comment on the operation of the fair The annual election will be a highlight of the evening Six directors will be named for full threeyear terms while one di rector will be elected for a one year period the unexpiredterm of the late Granville Runk S tteeeSaret1rm Tuesday October Contd on Page 5 told r2 ception for all members and all other women interested in the WASHINGTON UPI Defense Secretary Melvin R Lairds program of the League statement the United States plans to leave a residual force of for Wednesday October Sth at The meeting will be held at the troops in South Vietnam after the fighting ends indicates the Nixon County Schools psychologist is Cassvilk has been cancelled Huntin5don County Library 330 administration has little hope of achieving peace through the Paris the new treasurer of the Hunt The event is normally sponPenn St at pm The main talks ingdon County Chapter The Na sored by the Trough Creek Oltne receptionaccord It is considered highly tional Foundation He succeeds League Plans n n O Based On Laird s Statement Reception TZ 0 On Tuesday Little Hope Seen For Peace Talks New Trustee The board of trustees of Jun iata College today electedto their membership New York Invest ment banker Edwin L Kennedy of New Vernon NJ Kennedy 65 is a senior part ner in the New York investment firm of Lehman Brothers He has served as a partner and chairman of Lehmans oil depart ment since 1952 and has served on the directorates of numer ous fuel and energy companies In June 1968 Juniata College presented him with an hon orary Doctor of Laws degree In recognition of his deep faith in the role of education in prepar ing all for future opportunities and in perpetuating and improving the American way of life A graduate of Ohio University in 1926 Kennedy attended the Contd on Page 5 Parade Cancelled A Halloween parade scheduled Treasurer Is Named Edwin Elder Huntingdon ley Lions Club THE WEATHER ing to Mrs William Berrier not the face of Hanois continued Mrs Helen ScrieverHuntingdon chairman of the event is to in North Vietnam and the Viet refusal to enter into substantive R D 1 who resigned the posi form women of Huntingdon about Cong would agree to any negotiations at the Paris talks tion with the March of Dimes or the League and to invite them to negotiated formula permitting Lairds statement intrigued ganizatlon join if they are not already mern the United States to keep some observers because it Clerf Grove of Huntingdon is bers several thousand troops in the came just one day after the a new member of the chapters The program arranged by south even if they were playing Vietnam moratorium which executive committee filling ava Mrs Jay Poser is called His only the limited logistic support underlined the frustration and cancy caused by the death of Union Officials At 1969 Banquet Officials of Mount Union Local 424 Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America confer with Romeo Esposito director of subregional office of Baltimore Joint Board at Chambersburg prior to the annual banquet last night at the Elks Home in Huntingdon Seated are Esposito and Mrs Iva Minrlck president of Local 424 Standing left to right are Mrs Betty Tiuan sergeant at arms Mrs Julia Yocum vice president Richard Shockey business agent and Mrs Flora Ernest secretarytreasurer Partly cloudy and cold to day High mid 40s to lower SOs Fair and cold again torical Fashion Show dealing and training role envisioned by dismay with womens involvement in gov Laird ernment throughout our nations Administration history Participants in a skit when asked about the signifi developing this theme will be cance of Lairds news confer costumed according to the period ence statement Thursday said can forces from Vietnam that they represent he was outlining a contingency Secretary of State William P tonight Chance of scattered frost or light freeze Low in 30s except upper 20s mountain valleys Sunday in creasing cloudiness and not as cold High mostly in 40s Monday mostly cloudy and a little warmer with chance of showers a considerable Clifford C Scriever number of Americans for what The appointments were an spokesmen they consider President Nixons nounced today by the Hon Jo failure to proceed rapidly seph H Neff chapter chairman enough in withdrawing Ameri as the result of a meeting of the executive committee The chapter also approved pay Light refreshments will be serplan Evidence was growing Rogers said Sunday that there ments totalling 31610 for patient ved Any person who desires to however the contingency plan had been no progress in the care and reimbursements for Contd on Page 12 was becoming the basic plan in Contd on Page Contd on Page 12   

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