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   Daily News (Newspaper) - November 1, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                DIAL MISS CLASSIFIED 6434010 or 5424641 THE DAILY IVOL 48 NKE CENTS PEK COPY III VHNGDON antl MOl NT I MON SATURDAY NOVEMBER 1 1969 PHONE 6434040 NO 235 AWOL Marine Highjacker Captured Near Rome After 6800Mile Jetliner Flight President Unfolds Cairo Talks i OH Conflict Partnership Plan Are panned or Latin America To Illuminate Old Glory Atop Flag Pole Viet Vet Mayor To Throw Switch Arab guerrilla leaders have agreed to go to Cairo to discuss cooling their conflict with Lebanon the Middle East News Agency MEN A said today The Iraqi mediator in the WASHINGTON UPI President Nixon admitting the past has I seen foreign policy mistakes and hoping the future will resolve them has proposed a new partnership for the Western Hemis phere an era of shared responsibility and decision making struggle said he was optimistic with the United States on equal footing with its Latin American neighbors it could be resolved at the conference table In setting orth his own new Iraqi Deputy Premier Saleh Latin American policy Nixon Mahdi Ammash suggested a said the future will see jreater ceasefire to President Charles reliance on local initiative with Helou of Lebanon and Helou help from tariff preferences agreed MEN A said Yet there nostrinfsattached deve was no signt of a letup in the lopment aid and the encourage fighting between guerrillas and merit of private investments Lebanese forces Nixon unveiled his action for On the battle front in progress for the Americas Lebanon Arab guerrillas said T policy in a speech Friday night they had seized three villages trial of the ChicaS at American Press In the northern pan of the a weekend Association meeting country in 14 hours 01 lighting TVin DrnciHanic Chicago 8 Trial Now In Recess A disabled Vietnam veteran and Huntingdons mayor will share the honor of throwing the switch to illuminate Old Glory atop Flag Pole Hill on Monday evening Nov 10 A brief ceremony on the eve of Veterans Day has been planned to mark this significant step in an ambitious program for the development of the Flag Pole Hill area Huntingdon veterans mem bers of Huntingdons American Legion and Veterans of Foreign Wars posts are sponsoring the project SAIGON from Eric Karl Hefright 21 a Hunt a new North Vietnamese threat ingdon Navy veteran and Mayor in the Central Highlands Marshall H DeForrest will turn attacked a UjS artillery base in on four large floodlights which Leaving PGC Young Air Pirate c Caught In Forest After Huge Search Artillery Base Target For Attack ROME UP1 The AWOL Marine who pirated a Trans World Airlines TWA jetliner nearly halfway around the world was captured today by policemen who found him shivering in his underwear near the ancient Appian Way Cpl Raffaele It was Lance Minichiellos 20th birthday and Rome had been abandoned in a he offered little resistance He farmhouse police said was handcuffed and whisked off One of the crewmen on the to jail flight said the Leatherneck was Hey paisano suicidal and wanted to kill are you arresting me he someone He fired one shot in the policemen who JOSEPH S CHICK IE ight was in I recess today as a result of a 1 rare agreement among the I judge prosecution ana defense But US District Court Judge I Julius J Hoffman said lie I granted the defense motion for an early recess Friday with extreme reluctance and sought I assurances the defendants I would not use the extra time to criticize him The defense asked for the I long weekend to allow them to confer with Charles Garry the ailing San Francisco attorney whose presence at the trial had been demanded by defendant Bobby Seale Seale has repeatedly disrupt I ed courtroom activity with demands for Garrys presence I Wednesday he was shackled i and gagged because of his outbursts Friday Seale complained in a Contd on Page 21 Timbering I Bids To Be Opened Nov 7 News Harrisburg Bureau HARRISBURG The State De partment of Forests and Waters Isaid today it has scheduled a 3id opening for November 7 in its loffices here for timbering on acres in Pothrock State For est in Toad Township The project consists of cutting for both lumber and oulpwoed Department officials said that Is747 trees of various species Ihave been marked for timbering for lumber estimated to produce board feet A total of 1306S mixed oaks land other hardwood trees are to cut for pulpwood listed to Contd on Page 5 The Presidents statement with Lebanese army troops dwelled heavily on the need for Friday improving everyday relations Yassir Arafat the Al Fatah with Latin America White commando leader may arrive House sources said he was in Cairo today for talks with tryinj to renegotiate the Egyptian gobetweens and per special relationship he feels haps a Lebanese delegation should exist among nations of MENA said the hemisphere The sources I believe the situation has also said Nixon purposely reached a point where we can avoided announcing any gran be optimistic that a solution diose programs which might will be found Ammash said not be fulfilled hoping instead said both Heiou and to put the emphasis on self guerrilla leaders appeared sin Contd on Page 2 Contd on Page 2 Freezer Enlarged In 8150000 Job Reeves Parvin Is Increasing Unit Reeves i Co is in the process of building a 3150000 addition to its freezer room at the firms Industrial Park loca tion at Huntingdon what military spokesmen de scribed today as a test of the outposfs defenses For three hours beginning at noon Friday the Communist soldiers fired bazookas and machine guns into the isolated camp but then withdrew under poundinj from US bers and howitzers will illuminate the 70foot steel pole and the American Flag Commander Frank Myers of the American Legion and Commander Charles Lindsay of the VFW will raise Old Glory to the top of the pole as soon as the lights are turned on From that time divebom on the nag will fly day and night information assistant south on the highground overlooking the central division Pennsylvania Division Assistant To Retire Joseph S Chick conservation Headquarters described it as borough The floodlights will be Game Commission Huntingdon a probing attack a test to turned on automatically each will retire next Friday Nov 7 night The camp Kate is in the after approximately of Three cannon bursts to be set service with the state No North Vietnamese off by G Hobart Smith a VFW Chick 62 has been a Hunt were found after the member will call attention to ingdon resident for 22 years the ceremony Aerial salutes since he was promoted and trans called Fire Base and rockets will then be fired by furred to the Southcentral Divi find the camps weaknesses and reported one American was killed bodies fight strins of US Alex Steel Huntingdon display sion headquarters staff He is outposts along the Cambodian artist to set the stage for the widely known in the 11countyarea him asked the policemen caught up with him in a foot chase in the rolling foothills south of Rome ending one of the most bizarre episodes in aviation history US authorities already have filed air piracy charges against Minichiello which could bring him the death penalty for his 6800mile caper But an Italian police official Giovanni Palmeri announced he would be tried in Italy because Palmeri said For us he is a foreign citizen who has committed a crime Minichiello had put on trousers and a Tshirt by the time he arrived at toe police station He appeared confused and kept mumbling I am an Italian I consider myself an Italian Newsmen at the station asked liohting mainly because of his public re and Mayor DeForrest lotions work with schools will then switch on the lights sportsmen groups and civic and the flag will be raised 1morganizations mediately A bugler will play He plans to remain in the Hun to the colors tingdon area and keep an active A power line 582 feet in length interest in wildlife conservation border that are threatened by 7000 North Vietnamese who recently moved into the area from Cambodiaa US helicopter gunships on patrols to find the Communist troops caught a group of them 110 miles northeast of Saigon five miles from Kate and killed ground to a vault at the base of graphy and lecturing He also six with machineguns and the flag pole The four lights hopes to become more active in force protected by a cyclone fencewill a longneglected woodworking be placed early next week hobby Contd on Page 5 Contd on Page 5 why he hijacked with a smile hf he plane replied has been laid 26 inches underfields through writing photo were buiging withdollars Donald Everhart president announced today that it is ex pected that this freezer room will be in full operation the lat ter nart of this month panels is supplying the walls and ceiling for this modern cold stor age building It VJH be used for the storage of frozen foods The expansion project involves frozen meats frozen turkes and addition of 000 square feet lce cream n aaaiuon to the present 3500 square feet of freezer space no ized President Everhart also an nounced that sales of Re eves Par vin Co from the Urban Duo lirtle Distribution Center in Hunt ingdon totaled over S17000000 for the fiscal year ending Sept 30 1959 The Polar Panels being used for the expansion project have been preengtneered to maintain a temperature of minus 40 de grees in the freezer room Polar Panel Company the worlds largest manufacturer of orefabricated modular insulated Everhart said the refrigeration be inutil room i5 being supplied by Kramer straddle units manu factured by the Kramer Trenton Contd on Page S THE WEATHER Cloudy and mild with oc casional rain today and to night High today in the upper 60s Low tonight in the middle and upper 40s Shovers likely Sunday High in the lower 30s Monday cloudy and cool with a chance of showers rockets The probing attack brought the third successive day of fighting or Communist shellings in the border region Farther north in the highlands an ambush killed two Americans Number Of Plants Climbs During Year and wounded 13 Frlay In response the US Com mand sent five waves of B52 bombers into action all hitting along the Cambodian frontier from 64 to 175 miles north of the South Vietnamese capital Closer to Saigon helicopter gunsnip pilots reported they had killed 14 North Vietnamese Friday in an attack against a unit about 50 miles to the north also near the border Headquarters said Viet Cong Contd on Pase 2 carbine he had used to the plane to fly from California to Denver to New York City to Bangor Maine to Shannon Ireland and finally to Countys Manufacturing Work Force Increasing President At Camp Working On Viet Talk WASHINGTON ident Nixon flew to his Camp David Md mountain retreat Friday to spend the weekend nutting the final touches on lus Nov 3 speech on Vietnam Two White House secretaries Rose Mary Woods and Margp Acker joined Nixon for the 30 nvnute helicopter ride The party left at pm ESI The President planned to return to Washington Sunday Nixons foreign policy advi ser Henry Kissinger White House consressinnal liaison man Bryce Harlow and counsel to the President John Erlich rran exppctpd at Camr David Saturday Mrs Pat Nixon still rerover irr efiects of a 24 hour virus in Washington Alioona Man Killed When Car Hits Pole Pa About 750000 Hunting Todav In Commonwealth About 75 per cent of Pennsyl vanias one million plus li censed hunters were in pursuit of pheasants wild turkey and rabbits today as the small game season opened across the state Also the object of hunters guns were quail grouse and squirrel The season runs through Nov 29 with the exception of turkey hunting which comes to a close on the 15th though remaining open in a northcentral belt of the Commonwealth until Nov 27 The first shot was legal as of 9 am today Thereafter shooting may begin at onehalf hour before sunrise and contin ues through sunset Game limits are cottontail rabbits per hunter per day and 20 for the seasons ring neck pheasants two per day with a limit of eight males for the season wild turkey one per hunter per hunting license year bobwhite quail four per day and 20 per season ruffed grouse two per day with not more than 10 in combined sea sons squirrels six per day and not over 30 in combined sea sons Contd on Page 5 Daily News Harrisburg Bureau HARRISBURG The number of workers employed in Huntingdon County manufacturing industries climbed 323 during the past year to a total average work force of 4498 according to a State De partment of Commerce industrial survey of the county The number of manufacturing plants in the county also showed Other employes supervisory an upswing climbing from 60 employes above the working fore in 1967 to 69 last year Of the total manufacturing work force of 4498 in the county 2343 were men and 2155 women Figures for 1967 show 2141 men and 2034 women employed In Huntingdon County industries Of the 4498 employes 4096 were classified as production and related workers with 2061 male employes and 2035 female Production workers include wor kers and foremen whose work is associated with the manufac turing operations of the estab lishment IIVSIDE THE NEWS Along The Juniata 8 Ann Landers14 Classified Ads 12 13 Church Page3 Comics11 Crossword13 Society Club9 Sports4 5 Deadline For Concert Series Membership Nears Great Pumpkin Leads Grand March First craders from William Smith an Alfarau Schools in Huntingdon were cuests at a Halloween party Friay at Tiniaa T lie Student PSliA a student teacher tiu iirua wlir include a croiu march Barnes re tr an a visit Groat All vmsurs rnoycd the party and were happy to cehbrato thtchosty Vil av t othiT ALTOONA ney Taylor 25 Juniata was killed today when police said he apparently lost control of his uto on a legislative route m An tis Twp near here It ran off open Dec 26 the roadway and sheared off a 10 utility pole Taylor died about two hours So tlut tlie Aoods dould not following the accident at Albecome too crowded archery toona Hospital door seisnn closed Friday A winter season for cotton tails squirrels and grouse contmuinc to Jm If you havent subscribed to the 19691970 Huntingdon Concert Association seriesyouiadbetter hurry and do so Drop in at Steels Pharmacy on the Diamond in Huntingdon during this week or telephone G435641 and make your reservations If you dont sub scribe for the threefeature series youll not be admitted to Oiler Hall for the concerts And there wont be any single admis sions sold either This Is the longestablished policy of the as sociation The 19G9I970 series is really a bargain Where else could you hear the Don Shirley Trio the Mitch Miller Symphony of 70 pieces and Metropolitan Opera tenor Arturo Sergelforonly S900 for adults and S300 for students Contd on Page 5 aneer inside the plane in New York City but no one was hurt The planes crew said Mini chiello a native of Italy wanted to visit his father livinr in Naples Raffaele is a very affection ate son I would love to see him said his father Luigi Antonio Minichiello in a Naples suburb A Vietnam veteran Minichiel lo had only undershorts on and was shiveringin the morning chill when his captors seized him five hours after the plane landed The capture came after a priest at the Sanctuary of Divine Love near the Appian Way saw the young man running along a hillside and shouted to police Minichiello had escaped at the airport by ordering a police official to meet him at Contd on Page 2 Police said his pants were found near a small church where he had temporarily taken refuge before a priest spotted him The pockets Palmeri said 2 Cars On Route 22 At Tops Diner Two cars were damaged In a minor accident last night on Route 22 in Henderson Township in front of Tops Diner west of MillCreek No person was injured State Po lice reported Irvin B Hollinger Waynes boro R D 4 was eastbound at pm operating a Ford coupe Glen Ervin Carbaugh 20 of 905 Spring Street Sax ton was westbound driving a 1967 Chevrolet sedan Carbaugh was second in a line going west in the center lane but stopped preparatory to making a left turn to go south on Route 829 at the Route 22 intersection Hollingers car drifted into the center lane and narrowly missed hitting the first car in the west bound lane the vehicle in front of Carbaugh However the left front of Hollingers car hit the left rear of the Carbaugh car Damage to the Saxton mans car was set at No estimate of the damage of the Ford was immediately available DON SHIRLEY Fall Meeting Of Historical Society Nov 5 The fall meeting of the Hunt ingdon County Historical Society will be held at Shoemaker Gal leries Juniata College on Wed nesday evening November 5 be ginning at 8 pm Speaker for the event will be Dr S K Ste vens executive director of the Pennsylvania Historical and Mu seum Commission Dr Stevens will be speaking in conjunction with the historical paintings now in display In the galleries which are on loan from the fine arts section of theWil liam Penn Memorial Musuem Two Pennsylvania artists Lloyd Mifflin of Columbia and George Storm a native of Lan caster County are among those whose works are on display These painters used the Susque hanna and Juniata River valleys as their locales to depict modes of transportation in the early part of the 19th century Included are canal boat travel and the famous Cones toga wagons Dr Stevens visit to Hunting Contd on Pace 8   

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