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   Daily News (Newspaper) - November 8, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                AL MISS C1VSS1KIKI 6434040 or 5424641 THE DAILY NEW HINTINGDON and MOllNT IM0 SATURDAY NOVEMBER 8 1969 PHONE NO 211 Republicans Seek Grounds To Impeach Justice Douglas Scale Remains In Jail Lights Atop Flag Pole Riot Trial Gets Hill Tested Fiberglas Employes Are Honored Betty and Ray Householder center represented 45 of the 1795 years of employee service recognized by the Huntingdon Fiber gLis plant last night in its TwentyFourth Annual Service Award Procrarn at the Elks Home Betty received the companys traditional watch and service emblem for 2 years of service and her husband Kay was recipient of the Fiberghs 20year service emolera OwensCorning officials who paticipated in the program were Maishall D Burch Vice President laJjstrjal Halations left and Koy J Hess plant manager lurch Stresses Importance f People To Fiberglas Coopei Off From YDC New Castle Hijacker Feoole are important at OwensCorning Filvrglas This was to ail in attoniaaci it the r Iks Home last night when the Hunting ion Fioerci plant its Annual Senice Award A Crurtian Gin Silas IT of AKch Dei soucnt txvay a5 ar es the Fetrsylvaria T Hi foutn Development C enre r it N w rasile i be me hunolred and eleven employees honored at the program for service of five ten 1 20 and 25 years received iroivi many OwensCorn ng management people aurirg the The annil event was the tverty fourth such employee recognition program held for Huntingion employees since the e comoanv locatei here in 1943 Four floodlights that will il Hnrinate Old Gloiy uop Hunt inpions Flif Pole Hill were given a test rim last even As members of the joint vet erans committee watched Uv limits were switched on at 6 pm to be certain they ore prop erly focused Chairman Chester S Peterson said the test was successful with only minor ad justments beins necessary The formU throwing of the switch will take place on Mon day evening at i oclock From that hour on the lights will on nightly to ilium mate the Amer ican Flagatop the 70foot steel flac Eric Karl Hefright 21 a dis abled Huntingdon Vietnam erun md Huntingdons Mayor M H DeForrest will throw ttie switch at the brief ceremony Monday American Legion Post Commander Fruik Myers and Post Commxnder Charles Lindsay will raise the flag to the top of the pole as soon as the lights come on Three cannon bursts and an aerial salute of firework will help bring the publics attention to the ceremony on the eve of Veterans Day Contd on Page 5 Back To Business CHICAGO UPl The Chicago riot conspiracy trial got back to business Friday after what was probably the final appearance by its moss obstreperous defendant Black Panther Party leader Bobby Seale appeared during the morning session to argue he should be allowed tail and a jury trial for contempt of court Judge Julius J Hoffman denied the motion calling Seale a dangerous man who sought to destroy and overturn the American judicial system Hoffman Wednesday sen tenced Seale to four years in prison for contempt and de clared a mistrial for him on charges he conspired with the North Viet Units Shell US Outposts SAIGON IPi saturation B32 bomber raids North V i e t n a m e s e troops shelled a string of four US outposts alone the Cambodian border this morning and sprang a ground assault against one of them Fire Base Jerry Military spokesmen said troo pers of the 1st Air Cavalry Division who man the camps 5 to S3 miles north of Saigon weathered the predawn drive without a fatality Waves of B52 bombers only hours earlier had finished four raids near the encampments In an attempt to batter the North US attorney of the assistant FRED M HEDEINGER Area School Directors Providing Haynswortli Is Rejected WASHINGTON UP1 Republicans once neain art looking for grounds to impeach Supreme Court Justice William 0 Douglas If the Senate sets up new ethical standards by rejecting the pending court nomination of Clement Hayns worth Jr they may conclude they have found them House Republican Leader Gerald R Ford insisted he was not trying to influence either the Senate debate starting next week or the eventual Senate vote on confirmation of Hayns wortli expected to be close Ford told newsmen Friday however he had instigated a fresh search of information with a view to possible impeachment action against the 71yearold Douglas who has regularly incurred the wrath of seven other defendants to incite riots during the 196S Democra Q tie National Convention Bv his words Hoffman Fred M Heddimrernewlyelec conservatives almost since his siid Fridav of Seale he seeks teci executive secretary for the appointment to the high court to destroy and overturn the Pennsylvania School Directors in 1939 American judicial system He Association headquartered in Haynswortli Still Hot Issue severely disrupted the normal Harrisburg will be the speaker Sen Birch Bayh DInd our judicial at the anmial Huntingdon circulated a draft minority County School Directors Associareport of the Senate Judiciary tlon convention at Huntingdon Committee Friday in which he trial processes of svstem His shoutinc in open court his insultin characterizations Area Wednesday Novemaccused Haynsworth of a lack of the presding Juctee of the ber 12 of candor ta testimony about I resi eve corveany locatei here in 1943 Sentenced to ttt camp Itallar fr proposed Over he of Donor8 heSe rurLc lei a these for Jug in Kiatingion the company 1795combined Deeded T Or Bloodmobile ourt the jurist heard testimony should be released for the years of service were represent i led him to arruire Cooper publicity he got rans World ed by the employees this year delinquent iepericrit an neAirlines Marshall D Burch vice presi on j Italians are Sicias niioate that caped irom the Y2C or Thursday to rome morning Cooper rook oil his eat one jacket threv it to the ground Vietnamese buildup there part of the Communists winter offensive The US Command said its men at fire Base Jerry along with some South Vietnamese troops threw barX theattack ers in a onehour battle The North Vietnamese withdrew without leaving behind a body Seven Americans were wound Contd on Page 2 Contd on Page Way To Deal i TT o At Huntingdon Llh L Hedding a former state preoffbench financial affairs as sident of the Pennsylvania School well as an unintentional viola Directors Association will suetion of law requiring reports on ceed John J Herts to the poa profitsharing trust he admi sttion on January 1 1970 Hertz nistered has served as executive secreThe Senate is expected to tary of the organization for tae begin debate next Wednesday Contd on Page 5 Contd on Page fcraatlcc rsn the back t face air racy charges ietiiam Card oman Dies tn Crash etown death r e n a t itao has T T j TV charcfc him with eicht crimes IlClCr 3A or 3 otaI o 3T rears Are you roinsr to sponsor the xr Cards To Vietnam project asain A iyearoc in Thats the question weve been Fifty donors are needed for Wednesdays visit of the blood mobile in Huntingdon Community Center Sponsoring the Novem ber event are members of Stan ding Jtone Post No 1754 Veterans of Foreign Wars and the Ladies Auxiliary prospective donors have teen YJ contacted but to date appointments HI 11 CIO Hie Astronauts d Practicing Their relations with Washing ton deteriorating the Arab worlds top diplomatic and military minds met in Cairo today to discuss how to deal with the United States Even as the Arab Leagues defense council was gathering Schools Vets To Present Program rome town Melito Irpino offered to marry larv Mondo lim Fridav because she said even better than Giuliano 3emma star of Italian Ctmberlanc County The resscn 5te las kiiled Fridiy the on Fare 5 lonvertible she was driving col mother car and is INSIDE THE NEWS Police said the iccidert sned on Route 22 11 riles louth of here Tbe second car fas driven by Russel Biair 40 lill Creek Both rsaicles hit an ii0ntra JHbanjcnent and the convert coatirued is the hill and iVs hen tumblec to lacd up iovii an the Blair vehicle Dorms Blair I as admit church PiK to Hospital is condition 3Iair and his Ardeth were treated nd discharged for ana MrsFaulVocum Warrior Euce asked S Her son Irvin Cace Myers is doing a second terra oi service in Viet nam and she knows the Christmas cards and greetings mean to tbe servicemen in Viet nam i ne answer is Tes and novs the time immediately to send in the names of hus baais brothers fathers sons and uncles who reside in the Daily Sews circulation area and are serving in Vietnam Because have been made by an inadequate number of volunteers to assure the days quota Many haveexpressedihe desire to be walkins on Wednesday but in order to have an efficient operation appointments are of importance Those who expect to walkin should if possible contact the Huntingdon Red Cross Office on Monday to state an approximate time of arrival at the blood mobile on Wednesday Carl R Bruno is chairman of the chapters blood committee in Cairo Secretary of State The Huntingdon Area Schools In William P Rogers accused cooperation with Frank P President Gamal Abdel Nasser Hommon American Legion Post UPI of Egypt Friday of setting back x0 24 and the Standing Stone 1 of space limitations it is nee essary that names of servicemen be limited to those serving in li letnain Type or print the name and t iairess on a card and inaij to Caris to Vietnam Daily News Contd Dr Page 7 More Convinced Than Ever ulbright Finally Obtains lopy Of Secret Agreement ON Vr it ck him almost six months Sen J Villiam Talbrich gotten 3 eery thr secret for Uppon o Thailand He is more convinced than that it should never have en slgne without an ckay lorn Congress IA onestar general Friday a copy of the reeent to Fulbright the irnan c the Senate Foreign elatJons Committee Thus a strange dance that tgan early June when julbright charged the adminis latSon was deliberately con paling the aocjmen fromthe tmmittee The contingency an conter1 pates the trcers if Thai governTert resist C o aseression The erl car forces apparently would urxJer command of Thai lead ers And there apparentwas nc ruTbfr of V specified in the ar The text of the piar is secret although scrre details have leaked out Both covtrnments since have denied that the document Js a binding US but only a plan that would be carried out in the they formally agreed Uter the American Torres were needed But Kuibricht said it was for arvone to say that iko an earliT arrirent with Spain the i ri cnntincen cy vas subject to opinion and interpretation which could chance according to hat thr circumstances are This kind of thing ought to be subrritted to the Senate for advice and consent be said A foreirn relations subcom mittee chaired by Sen W Stuart Symington DMo con tinus ohind closed doors in its countryby country review of US commit ments abroad US personnel facilities and programs in Thailand will under discussion Non1a Brig Gen J K Click accompanied b Jack a special assistant to IVfense i Contd on Pure 7 Junior High Extends Invitation Jay Carver principal and the staff of the Huntingdon Area Jun ior High School will welcome the parents of its students to the Open House activities Monday November 10 The purpose of this program is to provide the parents with an opportunity to follow their childs daily schedule and to hear from his teachers a of each curriculum area Registration of parents will oe in the gym lobby A program If The Shoe Fits CAPE KENNEDY Apollo 12s launch crew got the cause of Middle East peace yFW Post No 1704 will present today off but the three Nasser in a speech Thursa Veterans Day programonTues astronauts who are set to go to day had said fire and blood day November 11 beginning at the moon next Friday will be rather than diplomacy would pm in the Senior High practicing the return home provide a settlement He said scnooi Auditorium The training schedule for the United States had military Charles Pete Conrad Jr men serving with the Israeli Richard F Gordon and Alan L army acd air force Bean called for them to spend Said Rogers President Nas most of the day in a command sers speech is a setback to the ship simulator rehearsing the efforts to find a peaceful critical earth atmosphere resolution and Nasser is entry maneuvers mistaken in describing the The three Navy officers are United States as an enemy of scheduled to set out on their 10Egypt day moon landing mission at The defense ministers and am EST Friday Find Your Name For Free Tickets avoid against Israel and how to build the Ice Follies of 1970 Norris and Alene Rososky on Its time again for the famous J Ice Follies Find Your Name and foreign ministers of 13 Arab contest to be run in the Classi everything was proceeding towLeague the 14th section for six days begin ard an ontime launch sia boycotted the ning Monday November 101969 Their countdown began at joined Arab guerrilla represenReaders whose names are noon Friday and then went into tatives for the Cairo talks on listed somewyere In the Want a planned rest period early relations with Washington will receive absolutely today and will not resume until Also up for discussion are FREE two reserved seat passes 9 am Sunday The 31hour how to strengthen the front to the Most Beautiful Show in hold was planned to paying launch workers time amounting to at 525000 Before the count started Dr Kurt H Debus director of the Kennedy Space Center urged moonport personnel to do their best to make the nations second lunar landing mission a success When the countdown resumes Sunday launch workers will CContd on Page 7 The program will be sponsored as a part of the American Ed ucation Week activites Musical selections by the ele mentary and secondary music departments under the super vision of Herbert Williams Mar vin Yoder William Balawajder Mrs Dorothy Whittaker and Miss Phyllis Diehl and speeches rea dings and a skit by students in the senior high speech and social studies department under the direction of Mrs Dorothy Hoover and Richard Hudywill play im portant roles in ttie program The art department under the direction of Ralph Thomas will provide the art background and posters The program will open with wel coming remarks by Michael Me Neal The National Anthem will be sung by students of Mrs Whites els first grade class at Alfarata in conjunction with a color guard from Standing Stone Post No 1754 Speeches by Steve overup the guerrilla movement least WEATHER Cloudy breezy and mild with occasional light rain or drizzle today tonight and Sun day High today upper 40s to mid 50s Low tonight mid 40s to low 50s High Sunday in the 50s Monday cloudy and mild with occasional rain opening a 6day run at Hershey Sports Arena Tuesday Decem ber 2 Youll find the Find Your Name contest loads of fun Not only will you be delighted with the list of bargains found in the C lass if ied pages but you may also find your name hidden there pre ceded by two xs and win a pair of tickets for opening night of Ice Follies as guests of this Contd on Page 5 What Veterans Day Means To Me and appropriate readings by Contd on Page 7 Crackdown On Shoplifters Is be presented in the gymLeaderg Government Are At Odds rasrum After the program par Contd on Page 0 Community r Thanksgiving Service Set The annual community Thanks giving Service sponsored by the Huntingdon Council of Churches will be held at pm on Wed nesday November 26 in the Twelfth Street United Methodist Church The Rev Ray von Hll liard chairman of the Commit Contd on Page 7 The Christmas shopping sea son usually is a signal for an open season for shoplifting Such will not be the case in Huntingdon this year since bor ough police have pledged 100 per cent cooperation with mer chants in the prosecution of shop lifters Chief of Police Donald Wingate said today that several cases of shoplifting by juveniles have al ready been brought to the attent WASHINGTON UPI Anti fered Friday to let the antiwar activities here next ion of his department war leaders still are at odds demonstrators parade down week said It already had By way of an early warning with the government over the treelined Constitution Avenuerejected that proposal in earlier Wingate said today that retail route an estimated 100000 to taking them within two blocks negotiations with the governers and police are ready for a 500000 people will follow a of the White Houses back door ment because demonstrators crackdown on shoplifters week from today when the New Mobilization wanted to go by the front of the The chief of police we march en masse to protest Committee to End the War in executive mansion for symbolic can only suggest we cannot die continued US involvement In Vietnam an amalgam of peace reasons tate the policy of the retailers Vietnam groups sponsoring the march Philip J Hlrschkop legal but we will cooperate 100 per The Justice Department ofalong with two days of other Contd on Page 7 Contd on Page 7 Route Of AntiWar Parade Is   

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