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   Daily News (Newspaper) - November 6, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                DIAL MISS CLASSIFIED 6434040 or 5424641 THE DAILY NEWS Pa VOL NINE CENTS PEH COPY HUNTINGDON and MOUNT UNION THURSDAY NOVEMBER 6 1969 PHONE 6434040 NO 239 Black Panthers Attorney To Appeal Seale Given Four Years In Prison On Contempt Count Moon Walk To Be Shown In Color CAPE KENNEDY UPI Apollo 12s astronauts will televise their walks on the CHICAGO fUPn Black Panther Bobby Seale was sentenced rulinS moon in color It will mean a WeSesdaf to fou7SS for repeatedly disrupting Hoffman after a 90minute clearer more spectacular told Seale he was show for millions on earth lilt j nf Ifi Of mi 4 rt11rtn frt rnP i L L nn IVirt TT C KuUtY Ol OvsWcLl tlLC VA I rip QeClSlUIl Iw J ntc ooiri ho wnniri nntwul the savaee contempt sentence to tne J r sam ne wouia appeal uie oavagc VUIKO contempt and sentenced him newlymodified color camera on Supreme Court Hoffman set April 23 1970 the Nov 14 night was made US District Judge Julius J for a new trial on the riot Wednesday after a threehour Hoffman declared a mistrial in Garry said in San Francisco he conspiracy charge test showed no signs of the Seales conspiracy case and would appeal the sentence Seales vehement contention black interference that marred pronounced threemonth conse think the sentence is a that he should act as his own earlier testing cutive sentences for each of 16 savage one Garry said I attorney since Garry could not Mission commander Charles separate acts of contempt never heard of a judge running attend brought the trial to a Pete Conrad Jr said the Egyptjan comnrnnuut luuav ranging from Seale shouting wild like this in my life Garry standstill at several points coior television camera should staged tneir second successful obscenities in the courtroom to could not attend the trial Hoffman had him bound and reduce the ghosts and phanraid jn 24 hours on Israeli calling the judge a Fascist because of a recent operation gagged three days last week toms that appeared from the posltlons along the southern end racist pig Other Cases Unaffected and during the morning session Apollo 11 astronauts black andof canal a Cairo military Seale was bound gagged and South Vietnam Troops Getting Severe Test Reds Fulfill A Promise Egyptians Stage Raid Three GIs Leave Along Canal commandos today during their seaie was rouna gaggeu anu he cases against seven other Wednesday Seale rose and a white camera c handcuffed to a chair last week men charged with conspiring to deputy sheriff from California moonwalk in July for repeated outbursts in the incite riots during the August Have you ever killed Black We didnt pick the attack courtroom 1968 Democratic National Con Panther Seales attorney Charles R vention were not affected by Contd on Page 1J spokesman announced Israel said its forces smashed the Viet Cong Prison SAIGON UPI The U S Army described three GIs as in an exceptionally happy mood today following their release from Viet Cong prisons and a steak dinner Fulfilling a promise the because it looked pretty Cairo was first to report the Conrad said recently We assault saying the commandos On Transportation Lebanon Pastor Speaks At Banquet Dr Stevens County Extension Addresses Societ Elects Directors An election of six new directors reports of activities during The Influence of the developthe past year and a challenging message by a Lebanon pastor ment of transportation on the were features of the a2nd annual banquet staged by Huntingdon economic growth of Pennsylvania county Extension Service on Wednesday evening at Mount Union during the mid1800s was the Area High School topic of address by p S K picked the color because ltcrossed the canai at 2 am near El Shatt scene of Wednesdays raid and de gives tion the best motion resolu On Stevens executive hector of the Pennsylvania Historic and Museum Ciinnission last even ing The speech was given to members of the Huntingdon Coun ty Historical Society JuniataCol lege and the general public at Shoemaker Galleries Juniata College The address by Dr Stevens was in conjunction with an ex hibition of paintings and litho graphs at the galleries showing various aspects of transportation on the Susquehanna and Juniata Rivers in mid19th century The Diplomatic w euntwuby b JMIU eutu Conrad and Alan L Bean are stroyed two parked tanks and to land on the moons Ocean armored vehicle Storms Nov 19 while Richard Thg Egvptian spokesman said F Gordon remains in lunar of lhe occupants of the orbit The two surface exploisraell pQslticm had been killed rers are to spend 32 hours onbu did glye a flgurei He Contd on Page 5 said ajl commandos had safely to their base The Tel Aviv announcement a short time later said the raid came at am with the Egyptians striking under an intensive artillery barrage An Israeli spokesman said Israeli troops returned the fire and captured one wounded Egyp tian No Mention Of Casualties Apparently the rest of the attack force fled he said No WASHINGTON UPI Amid nientlon of casuaities was made in the initial Israeli report on guerrillas freed the GIs Wed nesday on the northern coast In announcing the release Oct 20 Liberation Radio said it was planned for humanitarian rea sons Army spokesmen identified the men as Pfc James R Strickland Jr 22 of Dunn NC Pfc Coy R Tinsley 22 of Cleveland Tenn and Spec4 tt William A Watkins 22 of persons of the Mount Union Area s ter Bloodmobile Records Set By Donors At Mount Union Records were broken as 125 Countians and guests numbering about 200 heard the Rev HarryT Richwlne pastor Salem Lutheran Church in LetJg anon as he spoke on the topic 1 Lets Dare to Be Square He was presented by county agent controversy over cie Harold Lockhoff mpnt p H ortns donatlon Directors named in the bahot ho e to Furman ing for threeyear terms were the the Senate Judlc 1 following child development ComraVee was expected Mrs Clarence Goss of Tyrone J a al favoraWe rep R D 1 sheep beef and hogs tnr Me r soils and crops Samuel Rishel to today Pes asserUon he will of Alexandria R Iv 1 and Roy Ms states of Hesston R D sp0kesma Israeli warplanes took to the early today in retaliation for a Jordanian artillery attack on posltio 2o miles Tom Braden and cterSd shells flred td landing near a substan substan presented themselves to give 107 pints of blood during the visit of the Red Cross Bloodmobile from the JohnstownReglonalCen ter on Wednesday November 5 The quota for the day had been 85 pints There were 12 first time donors and several added to the gallon clubs Miss Agness Koehler chair man for blood stated that the suc cess of the bloodmobile was due to the callin campaign the desire of people to help those who have been ill the military men home on furlough the untiring efforts of the volunteers who unselfishly give so much of their time to carry out all the phases of the program One hundred and nine persons were scheduled to appear Of these 79 kept their appointments and there were 45 walkins Twelve were first time donors 57 made replacements and 4 Contd on Page 11 sc They came out of captivity to a steak dinner and underwent physical examinations that showed them in good condition Tinsley had lost 20 pounds and the other men shed some weight For Watkins and Strickland it marked the end of 22 months as Viet Cong prisoners Tinsley had spent eight months in Contd on Page 6 WEATHER Cambodian Border Fight Is Growing SAIGON UPI Communist attackers thrust to within 1000 yards of the endangered Due Lap Green Beret camp on the Cambodian border today and far to the south inflicted costly losses on a South Vietnamese marine unit The two widely separated attacks were launched against South Vietnamese troops in what military sources said was shaping up as a guerrilla campaign to test the Saigon governments readiness to take over the war This drive began Saturday and was not reflected in casualty reports released today for last week The reports said 83 Americans were killed and 724 the fifth week in the past six that US deaths have been below 100 Govern ment losses were 245 dead and 758 wounded against 1879 guerrillas slain Military sources said this mornings attack against the government marines 138 miles southwest of Saigon was thrown back with 75 Communists slain But 27 marines died and 98 were the second time in three days that an elite Contd on Page 8 Cloudy windy and cool with scattered light showers mixed at times with snow flurries today and tonight High today in the 40s Low tonight in the 30s Variable cloudiness and not as cool Friday High mid 40s to low 50s Satur days outlook mostly sunny and warmer ings typify the growth of interest in Pennsylvanias history as well tlon the 41st H f Petersburg R D Other The growth Many of the oils by George Monday Contd on Page 11 Nixon expressed hope Mrs Margaret McGargle Pe there will be a negotiated tersburg R D 1 Robert Oliver Contd on Page 2 Contd on Page 21 bought the house from Furman in 1960 for gave it back to the university a few years later claimed a tax writeoff over a fiveyear period and reported to the Internal Revenue Service what he had done In his speech to the Sigma Delta Chi journalism society Mollenhoff denied any wrongdoing on Haynsworths part The controversial nomination made in August probably will be called for Senate floor Contd on Page 5 commando came despite a new Israeli warning of retaliatory attacks against Egypt if the crossSuez raids continued Israeli jets Wednesday after noon bombed and strafed Egyptian positions across the Contd on Page 11 INSIDE THE NEWS Extension Service Marks Anniversary Huntingdon County Extension Service celebrated its 52nd anniversary last evening at a banquet held In Mount Union Area High School From left to right are several of those who partici pated on the evenings program James DiCosimo of Mount Union Huntingdon County Com missioner the Rev Harry T Richwlne of Salem Lutheran Church in Lebanon speaker Frank Zettle of the Penn State Extension Service Harold Lockhoff Huntingdon County farm agent and Dale Gibboney of Huntingdon R D 2 president of the executive committee Ann Landers 10 Classified Ads14 15 Comics 13 Crossword 15 Obituaries 2 Pennsylvania Story 10 Society Club 12 Sports 4 Sunday School Lesson 9 Nation Enjoys Fair Weather A large high pressure system brought fair weather to most of the nation today while violent storms battered the Northeast and Northwest Gale warnings were displayed along the Atlantic Coast from Cape May NJ to Eastport Maine and along the Pacific Coast from Tatoosh Wash to Newport Ore Storm warnings were in effect off the Atlantic shoreline where 20foot seas were expect ed Rain and occasional wet snow fell from Central Maryland and Central New York State to the Atlantic Ilain with snow in the mountains occurred from Wes Contd on Page S3 Shakeup On Compensation Front Salary Setup Due For Row Offices HARRISBURG Quite a shakeup is in the offing for Hun tingdon County row offices on the compensation froiit should legislation up for final consideration be approved by the Senate when the Legislature returns to session November 12 The legislation throws out the prothonotarywould go on a Companion bills eliminating of the the Senate and sent to tl of Representatives providingthat such commissions shall be paid into the county treasury rather than to individual county office holders Under the pending Senate bill this is what is in store for Huntingdon County officers The four salarypluscornmis sion offices of treasurer recor der of deeds register of wills Contd on Page 8 Terrizzi Will Speak At Banquet Attorney Morris M Terrizzi judgeelect of Huntingdon County will be the keynote speaker at the annual Veterans Day banquet to be sponsored by SimpsonHunt Post No 107 American Legion Mount Union on Tuesday Nov 11 The affair will take place at the Mount Union American Legion Country Club at 7 pm for all Legionnaires and their guests Serving as commander of the SimpsonHunt Post is Donald Sentman Jr Grissinger and Arthur Schutawie were responsible for making the arrangements for the banquet and program Terrizzi a graduate of Mount Union High School Dickinson Col lege and Dickinson School of Law has been featured as speaker during many events in the Mount Union area Attorney Terrizzi has been an active citizen of Huntingdon County as a volunteer leader in civic social and fraternal or ganizations He was elected pre sident judge at Tuesdays General Election After Victory By Pomeroy GOP Chairman Says Farty In Good Shape In State INew Executive Committee Members of the sis newlyelected executive committee members of the Huntingdon County Ex tension Service pose for a photo following the annual last night at Mount Union Shown from left to right are Mrs Lawrence Harman Alexandria R D 1 clothing Roy Metz AHensvllle RD sheep and hogs and Mrs Clarence Goss of Tyrone R D 1 child development Absent from the photo aro Samuel Rishel Alexandria R D 1 and Roy States Hesston R D 1 soils and crops and Harold Gensimore Tyrone R D 4 farm management HARRISBURG UPI Re publican state Chairman John C Jordan contended following Tuesdays election the victory of Incumbent Supreme Court Justice Thomas W Pomeroy for a full court term showed the GOP in good shape to win next years all important gubernatorial and legislative tions Jordan described Pomeroys margin over Democrat Louis Manderino of better than 300 000 in the voting as a tribute to the strength of the Republl can party statewide Since Pomeroy won the only statewide contest at stake Jor dans analysis would appear at first glance to be an accurate one But the election when a broader view is taken showed flaws in that reckoning On the local level Republi can Incumbents were defeated In four mayoralty elections while Democratic Incumbents lost only in two Tabor Defeated In Pittsburgh where promi nent Republican John K Tabor sought the mayors job as a base for a possible bid for the GOP nomination for governor next year Democratic Council man Peter F Flaherty running a campaign Independent of the Democratic organizaton easily defeated Tabor It was reported that Tabor spent more than seeking election and his loss by such a decisive margin may have ruined his guberna torial chances If there was one place the GOP could really enjoy the re sults It was In Philadelphia where District Attorney Arlen Specter won reelection by a landslide and state Rep Thom as J Goia another Republican coasted In to the city control lers post Pomeroy also en joyed a slight margin In the city where the Democrats have Contd on Page 11 Take Me To Havana Take me to Havana says Sal Azzaro who plays the hi jacker of an airliner In the Juniata College production of Debbie Will Brandaus rew musical This Is Your Captain Speak ing The twoact filmstage spoof on hijacking highilnks opens tonight at Junlatas Oiler Auditorium In Huntingdon Curtain time is pm Tickets for tonight Friday and Saturday perfor mances are available at the door   

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