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   Daily News (Newspaper) - October 25, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                DHL MISS CLASSIFIED 6434040 or 5424641 THE DAILY NE State Library ion Building sburc Pa 17126 VOL 48 MKF CtNTS TK 111 YriMnO and MOl M I SATURDAY OCTOBER 25 1969 1M101NE 6434040 NO 229 Arab Guerrillas Hold Three Spots In Tripoli Bank Board Employes Support United Fund Maurice S Larsberrv preside ft the Union National Bark and Trust Company is shown hanging the banks corporate pledge to Anhiir K Neary corporate division of the United Fund ir the amount of vOO wrile at the same tiroe Robert C Williams assistant manager o the irst3amem Loan Division of the bank and chlirnar of the bxks Humanitarian Furd is shown hardirc the officers aro employees pledge which over the past two years his increased 3 tvvcent Williams attributes this fine success to the fact that the bark established a Human itarian Fund approximately one year ago and he reports that the total Humanitarian Fund giving is up percent over one year ago Three of the banks four offices reported 100 percent participation Both the Board erf the bank through the banks increase in its contribution as well as the staff through their increased giving to this worthy cause have again shown their interest and feeling of responsibility to the communities they serve UF Campaign Goal One Major For will Speak Is Within Siht The two candidates ior uJce Df Huntingdon County wil be presented it a candidates forum sn Tuesday evening tt pm at Aiunri Hal n the Brumbaugh Science Cen ter Juniaia College Morris M Merle Heffrer win each rief opening statements anc then answer written questions submitted by members o the The moderator of lie forum rill be Paul M Heberling of lunt ingdon The forum has beer arrmceci iy the League of Women Voters is a voters service before the sovember election Mrs Willian K Shaffer ard vlrs Paul M HeberlLng co ihairrnen of the event urce ill iterestea persons in the eourtv Contd on Page An encouracirx report on the 1SP70 United Fund Campaign now in progress was made by Father Francis A Ackerson Fereral Chairman at the Board of Directors meeting Thursday evenin Cotobtr 3in U F Heiojuanerslt vas reported that the tvtai tor the oamraicn now at or per oent o the tcca coal o JS3417 This shows an outstarrii innmeo over receipts tins date last year which figure was Battle Is Fought SAIGON troops lost 10 killed and 11 wounded Turnout For XRav Tour Successful their heaviest singlebattle los ses since the lull in fighting begun in a flareup reported by American headquarters today Military spokesmen said 47 guerrilla soldiers died in the 30 miles northwest of Saigon in an area known as moon because of its cratered appearance from al most daily bombing raids It was the costliest battle for cut enthusiasm is high preimin jc forces sinre Seut 1 and Significant increases nave been shown in the important Labor and Industry 3 Kunz and goal of 541700 for this divisor is within dollars of being attain ed Results ane slower coming in from the other five divisiois Fighting Lebanese Armv Units BEIRUT UPDArab uer rillas clung to three enclaves In Tripoli Lebanons second lar gest city today and got orders from Cairo to destroy both the Beirut government and the American presence in the Arab world For the victory of our revolution the Lebanese hirel ing authorities as well as the American presence itself should be destroyed the Voice of Storm guerrilla radio lin Cairo implored its men With thousands of suppor ters the guerrillas seized the three government buildings and police stations in Tripoli during battling Friday and vowed to hold them until the government gives up its resistance to having guerrilla bases in southern Lebanon above the Israeli border At least five persons were killed and dozens injured in the violent proguerrilla outbreaks which raged in several cities and posed a grave threat to the govern m e n t of President Charles Helou who is trying to maintain Lebanons neutrality in the Middle East conflict Heloifs Challenge Helou lifted his roundthe clock curfew in all cities but Tripoli a metropolis with Contd on Page 12 Division headed by John Jerry Quigg he ary ret urns are encouraging those at the top are certain that final figures will put the 199 beean vhen a goo response Remember Turn Clock Back WASHINGTON Backward turn cackwij clocks in ther flight An ill do it the time is to Which is by wr s ai daylight pending at 2 am loca Getting in step Standard Tir requires one actior laming thr back one hour The change afreets all states but Arizena and which were not or Daylight Time in the rirs place o the on County Tub iosis Health Society sponsored bus Xray tour Dur ing the rive davs 137C persons came to the mobile unit ior free chest Xrays Huntingdon 747 untirdon 111 in in Orbisonia re 2ri 57 at Var I 70 campaign over the to The resignation of H Gerald Quigg iron the Board of Dir ectors was ac ce pt eci with ex re me regret Quigg has beer quite Contd on Page Adds hre Spri o Vietnamese attack near the Demilitarized one Headquarters said the fight began after US helicopter spotters sighted three Commu nist troops in the area and s u m m o n e d copter riding troops They ran into heavy guerrilla ground fire and summoned reinforcements Behind armored personnel Contd on Page 12 THE WEATHER For Program D nner Coudy and mild virh scat tered light showers today to night and Sunday High both Lw tonight upper 0s to mid 40s Monday mostly cloudy and tuminc colder with scat tered showers Trick or Treat for UNICEF f It is Halloween time again and children all over the United States and parts of the worldwill be say ing just exactly that Youve ust read the opening paragraph in an essay by Debbie Morninsstar daughter of Mr and Mrs George Morirgstar ion area are invited to attend of Huntingdon RD 1 adjudged a dinner ir honor of Dr and the winner in the OICEF cor Honor New Physician All citizens of the Mount Un Contd on Page 5 Mrs J Paul Clymer on Wed nesday evening October 29 in the social room of the United Presbyterian Church of Mount Union at 730 pm The event has been arranged to welcome the new doctor and his family to the community Robert C Goodman president of the Mount Union Borough Coun cil win present the welcoming address Presiding as master of ceremonies will be the Rev James Matz pastor of the United Contd on Page 12 Winner In I MCEF Contest Smiling with r their V winners left to right ebbie ornir contributed the or thf HA stationery The raci thtir morning thrv to r 1 prizes in the UN Jim art and a ugh School vijnivr on re Wonnns ior r contiSt art rthn linton An anonym a btiok a calendar ar rd roran UN the MIS o a Snare Given Two Legion Appointments Assemblyman Orville E Snare of Huntingdon had been appointed to state and national posts with the American Legion The well known member of the Frank P Hommon Post 24 of Huntingdon win serve as the chairman of the legislative com mittee for the Department of Pen nsylvania Snare previously had been a member of the committee for three years The appointment was made by State Commander Henry R Woods At the simc time it was an thrpf nounced that J Milton Patrick national commander has appoint box of ed Snare a consultant on the national leesslitive committee of Will Open Bids November 21 Senator D Elmer Hawbaker announced today that the Pennsylvania Department of Highways will advertise and receive bids on Friday November 21 for the replacement of the Kistler Bridge between Mount Union and Wayne Township Mifflin County The project covers 035 of a mile and will be 24 feet wide Several Groups Are Sponsoring Will Fight Saxtong parade Is Monday Night Cosmonauts Enjoy Disneyland ANAHEIM Calif amphitheater trembled and the thundering sound of a rocket being launched roared from the loudspeakers Two visiting Rus sian cosmonauts were blasting off for the moon shouted Maj Gen Georgiy Beregovoy and jabbed his finger at the television screen in the ceiling as the rocket soared through the clouds into space His companion scientist Kon stantin Feokistov craned his neck at the screen and laughed The circular amphitheater was at Disneyland the famous southern California amusement park where the visitors from the Soviet Union were on the Flight to the Moon ride at Tomorrowland After spending most of the day touring the attractions of Walt Disneys Magic King dom Beregovoy said I feel 25 years younger Contd on Page 5 For Post WASHINGTON UPI The young liberals had counted out the old man too soon Speaker John W McCormack 77 and under fire as a patsy for people he thought were his friends said he was running for Speakcr again and expected to win I think its very sad commented Rep Richard Boll ing DMo who was the first man in the House to and he started saying it two years that it was time for McCormack to turn in his gavel Boiling and many others of the liberal bloc had figured that McCormack occupant of the nations second most powerful post since 1962 and a veteran of 41 years in the House would decide next year he had enjoyed honors enough But when charts started Contd on Page 5 Three outstanding high school bands will provide the music and mummers and floats the color for Monday nights big Hal loween Parade in Saxton The event will get underway promptly at 7 pjn from the Saxton Liberty School on Mifflin Street and then will follow a new line of march The mummers will move on Mifflin Street to Eighth and then on Eighth to Lower Main Street to the Lee Brumbaugh property where the parade will join Route 913 and then will proceed up Main Street to Seventh The mar chers will go up Seventh Street to Church and on Church to Ninth and then return to Main Street Prizes will be distributed at the A P Supermarket Parking lot following the parade INSIDE THE NEWS Contd on Page 2 Wednesday UNICEF Day In Mapleton Port Garden Gets Club Citation Huntingdon area gardencon scious residents wont be sur prised to learn that Mr and Mrs John Wa Port of 509 Miff lin Street have won the co veted rarden of the Month pla que from the Standing Stone Har den Club Their spacious well designed and colorful garden has long been admired by old rest denters and newcomers alike Who lives in that house on Mifflin Street in the 500 block with the lovely garden Ifs been seven years since the Ports bought their home Along The Juniata 12 Ann Landers10 Classified Ads 10 11 Church Page3 Comics9 Crossword11 Society Club 8 Sports 4 5 and went to work on the large Charles Free acting mayor of area adjoining it The garden Mapleton announced Friday that has been a shared project of the UNICEF day in Mapleton will be husband and wife team and its Wednesday October 29 Collec tions will be made by area child ren under the guidance of the Mapleton IT n i t e d Methodist Church The drive will begin at 6 pm UNICEF collections help feed needy children around the world neat appearance and magnifi cent display of blooms testfc fies to their mutual interest Although the brick wall sur rounding the garden with the green fence inserts remains the Contd on Page 2 Jack Frost Was Unwanted Visitor The Jack W Port garden at 509 Mifflin Street has a special cturm berause of two special features a brick wall which stTVPS as a background for planting and a gate which invites visitors Mrs Port will give you a cheery greeting after work hours during the week and Mr Port stationed at Fort Detrick Maryland will welcome you over the weekend An expected but unwanted visitor Jack Fiost took all the annuals in the garden tliis week   

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