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   Daily News (Newspaper) - November 17, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                DIAL MISS CLASSIFIED 6434040 or 5424641 THE DAILY NEWS VOL 48 NINE CENTS PEK COPV HUNTINGDON and MOUNT UNION MONDAY NOVEMBER 17 1969 PHONE 6434040 NO 248 Apollo 12 Heading For Orbit Around Moon Three Astronauts Prep For Exploration Leftists Fail To Halt Flight To VS Official That Same Old Tax Problem At Testimonial Sato En Route To Vote Count Outlook Is Bleak Washington Talks Recorded Sheriff Robert E Norris run ning unopposed for reelection was the top vote getter at Hun TOKYO Prime Minister Eisaku Sato left for Washington Ungdon countys MunicipalElec today the efforts of student radicals to forcibly halt his trip frustrated by 15000 policemen ringing Tokyo International Air port As Solons Return Ambassador Kennedy Is Stricken H Y A N N I S PORT Mass P Kennedy 81 ailing patriarch of one of the most politically influential fami lies in the nation was reported near death today after suffering a heart attack Family mem bers gathered at his home A source close to the family said Kennedy the father of a President and two US sena tors was not conscious The source said the family was watching and praying Sen Edward M Kennedy the sole surviving son cancelled public appearance today after spending the night in his fathers home rather than in his own home on nearby Squaw Island Mrs Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis widow of another son was flying in from Greece The elder Kennedy former ambassador to Great Britain was stricken Saturday the latest in a series of heart attacks in recent years Ambassador Kennedy has had a minor heart attack a family spokesman said As a result cf that his condition was weakened Cardinal Richard Gushing a close family friend said Sunday After eight long years of hopelessness it seems the Contd on Page 3 Accompanied by his wife and 24 government officials Satos special Japan Air Lines plane took off for Washington at am The prime minister will hold three days of talks with President Nixon concerning return of Okinawa to Japanese control Hundreds of Japanese leftists who want immediate return of the Island to Japan and expulsion of US bases in Japan fought with police Sunday afternoon and early today as they tried to get to the airport to stop the departure The Tokyo Police Agency said 1893 persons had been arrested in Tokyo Sunday and today Arrests of 167 persons in other parts of Japan had been disclosed earlier bringing the known total of persons in custody to 2060 More than 200 of them were women At least 75 parsons including police demonstrators and by standers were injured in the Tokyo fighting police said Radical students who had been gathering in Tokyo for days were turned back by police at every point they approached The government Contd on Pase 5 tion on Tuesday Nov 4 The official tabulation com pleted today shows that Norris polled 11673 votes at the 07 coun ty precincts in the offyear election Prothonotary Calvin T Wai ker also running unopposed for reelection got 11237 votes ac cording to the official county The Huntingdon County Elec tion Board including Com missioners Gordon W Haver 1 oreigu HARHISBURG UPI The Pennsylvania General Assembly resumes sessions today with the outlook for an early settlement of the protracted state budget dilemma exceedingly bleak Talks between legislative leaders cndtd last week without progress and no further ses sions have been scheduled The basic task confronting thp lawmakers is to finance about million in state pro grams including substantial aid to various colleges hospitals and other institutions The leadership has been strug with the tax problem since ilicd Machinery Crew In Great Shape Flight Is Smooth SPACE CENTER Houston UPI Speeding into the grip of lun gravity Apollo 12s astronauts gave earthlings a television view the gold sliver of the approaching moon today and an inside k at the buglike ship that will land on it U A general meeting open to all stock Henry C McCamant and citizens of thc area as weU August and many other major James DiCosimo completed the tQ wm ne pieces of legislation have been official totals today They wen sociil rooms of the st james ignored as a result Some of assisted in the count by AtLutheran Church on Wednesday prominent issues that November 19 at by the remain unresolved League of Women Voters DlsPublic employes Legisla cuss ion will focus on the Leagues tion revising Pennsylvanias continuing study of foreign aid 1947 public employes law was The program arranged by Mrs labeled the most important sin Walter S Smith chairman Mrs Contd on Page 5 George Holland and Mrs James Gooch will feature the film Development Aid Part II The nn fW7 Challenge of a Closer Moon 1 torney A Lynn Corcelius coun ty solicitor and these clerks from the commissioners office Mrs Elizabeth Porter Joan Branthaver and Contd on Page 5 Mrs Lewis INSIDE THE NEWS Ann Landers 8 Classified Ads14 15 Comtrs 13 Crossword 15 Obituaries 2 Society Club 12 Sports 4 Through These Doors 10 Following the film a panel will discuss the implications uf the film Those participating be Mrs Edward Powers Springfield off board advisor on Foreign Policy of the League of Women Voters of Pennsylvania Dr Ronald L Cherry Professor of Economics Juniata College Dr John Horn executive direc Contd on Page 2 SALT Discussions Could Last 5 Years US Russia In Historic Nuclear Arms Race Talks HELSINKI UPI After nearly two and a half years of preparation the United States and the Soviet Union got together for the first time today to discuss how to curb the nuclear arms race The historic discussions called by both sides the most important negotiations they have ever undertaken could last as long as five years according to diplomats here They began at EST The Finnish governments yellow stucco banquet hall a former residence for the czarist governors built 150 years ago was the site for the formal opening ceremonies for the talks known as the strategic arms limitation talks Exploratory discussions prior 5 Tie For First Place In Contest Five area residents tied for first place in the last week of The Daily News FootballContest Missing only four games each were the following contestants Clarence R Headings 1322 Washington Street Huntingdon A D Headings 1322 Washing ton Street Huntingdon Mrs Naomi Rudy 609 East Fourth Street Bellwood Wayne Wisler 401 Church Street Huntingdon Norma Fields 315 South DiviTo Silence North Viet Guns sion Street Mount Union Each will receive a merchan dise certificate In the amount of S650 which may be redeemed at any of the participating stores Missing five games each and tying for second place were eleven area residents They are rlelen B Longacre 121 South Shaver Street Mount Union Wal Contd on Page 2 to the start of definitive has spent negotiations are expected to rerpnt years continue for several weeks They will be held in secret alternately at the US and Soviet embassies ii Helsinki To Work For Success Both sides entered the talks in a mood of cautious Saturday optimism publicly pledging to arrivals work for their eventual success Heading the US team is Gerard C Smith director of Injured In Smashups Huntingdon State Police Inves tigated two weekend accidents in which two women were injured and four cars were damaged a total of Both crashes occurred on Sat urday Sunday was an accident free day One of the injured drivers Is a patient in the hospital at Hunt ingdon One woman driver was Injured and two cars were damaged in an accident Saturday afternoon at on Route 305 in West Township one milesouthofNeffs Mills Mary Alberta Rush 71 Box 257 Petersburg R D 1 is list ed in good condition today at PAUL F BEAVER Retired Salesman Honored Paul F Beaver of McConnells town has retired after more than 44 years of faithful service to Reeves Parvin Company In dustrial Park Huntingdon A testimonial dinner attended by over 115 Reeves Parvin em ployes guests relatives and friends was held Saturday evening at the Elks Home in Hun tingdon to honor Beaver who clos ed out his long career with the 141 year old firm on Novem ber 1 Johnson Reeves of Philadel phia Reeves Parvin board chair man attended the affair and laud ed tne nonoreo guest ror his won derful record of service It was noted that Mr Reeves became associated with the firm only four months before Beaver was hired by the late Urban Doolittle in April 1925 Donald G Everhart of Hunting don president of Reeves Parvin presided at the banquet program and reviewed briefly Beavers outstanding service to thecom Contd on Page 5 The 56mliiute telecast came during the final chfikout of the lunar module Intrepid before Charles Pete Conrad Rich ard F Gordon and Alan L BKin swing into orbit around the moon tonight All was In order with both the machinery and its crew for Americas second lunar landing and mans first scientific exploration of an alien world Gordon summed it up Were all three in good spirits doing great we exer cise WP slept well the foods been good weve lots of cold water to drink and weve enjoyed the scenery but we do miss the good people back home Third Telecast Beamed Fridays harrowing blastoff ended at am EST It showed the instruments Conrad and Beam will use to guide Intrepid to a smooth moon touchdown Wednesday morning The picture was received so clearly on miles away at the that dust particles were observed floating about in the cramped cabin Then the pilots pointed the Contd on Page 5 Linton Is Attorney Judge R Merle Heffner appointed Richard W Linton e as district attorney of County effective today The appoint ment was announr in open court at about 11 ni Attorney Linton had accepted t appointment only minutes earl i Judge Heffner said Linton will succeed Newton C Taylor esq who resigned of ficially on Saturday effective at the close of the criminal court trial today involving Francis Rob inson Mount Union The trial opened last Friday with Mr Taylor serving as DA LINEMAN ELECTROCUTED LANCASTER Pa UPI Donald R Pylo 41 Lancaster a lineman for the Penn Central Co was electrocuted Thursday atop a 90foot steel pole near Landlsville Initial List Released In Cards For Viet Project much of his tiint5 in supervising Rus sias relations with Germany both East anil West Both men brought with them J C Blair Memorial Hospital dozens of diplomatic technical where she is being treated for and military advisers The two possible rib fractures held a brief private meting She was the driver of a 1968 ntelit after their Ford sedan involved hi the crash from Moscow and She was northbound add as she Washington came over the crest of a hill Will Determine Inclusion she noted a 1965 Studebaker se Aicording to diplomatic obdan parked on the berm of the US Arms Control and servers Smrth and Semenov the highway heading south She Disarmament Agency A 1935 will attempt first to determine also observed a person walking graduate of Yale University what strategic weapons are to around the rear of the stopped Smith 55 has had considerable be included in the proposed car toward the highway Believ experience in matters of limitation agreement ing that the persons was intend strategy and modern weaponry Tne Russians were reported ing to cross the road into her Leading the Soviet delegation by diplomatic sources to have path she applied the broakes and is Vladimir S Semnov a brought a package of specific lost control of her car The deputy foreign minister A proposals Diplomats speculated vehicle skidded broadside across career diplomat Semenov 58 Contd on Page US South Viet Warplanes Hit Red Bases In Cambodia Mapleton Has 1st Fire Call In 119 Days Mapleton had its first fire alarm in 119 days on Saturday It was for a bad flue Ire and was followed by another flue fire alarm yesterday There was no damage in the two blazes The Saturday alarm was at pm at the 2Visstory ap artment building owned by Claude A Dell and tenanted by John Coder Jr and family and Bruce Rhodes and family Contd on Page 3 SAIGON and South Vietnamese warplanes attacked Into Cambodia for the second successive day today hitting North Vietnamese guns that were pounding the US Green Beret camp at Bu Prang Retaliatory air strikes were ordered against the guns in Cambodia Sunday during a 200 round mortar rocket and artillery barrage into the Bu Prang camp Allied spokesmen in Saigon said the raids knocked out two 105mm howitzers and destroyed a command post building Antiaircraft batteries around the guns forced a US spotter plane to make an emergency landing at Bu Prang Four flights of B52 bombers ramo in during the night and bombed a twomilelong target area between Bu Prang and its sister camp Due Lap which lies a few miles to the north also on the border Kills 16 Guerrillas A patrol of South Vietnamese troops reported killing 16 guerrillas Sunday In a clash three miles southwest of Bu Prang Government losses were two killed and five wounded The North Vietnamese re sumed the shelling of Bu Prang this the 21st consecu tive day of barrages into the outpost 112 miles northnorth east of Saigon and within a mile of the Cambodian border At least spvon rounds hit the camp at am Casualties among the dozen Green defenders and their 500 South Vietnamese tribesmen helpers were light this time but 40 have been killed and 90 wounded since the salvos from Cambodia began Col Vo Vin Canh comman der of South Vietnams 23rd Division ordered more retalia tory strikes today and said they would continue as long as fire continues to come from Cambo dia Strikes Into Cambodia The dive bombers Sunday zeroed in on North Vietnamese guns a half mile inside Cambodia in what a US spokesman called an inherent right qf self defense against enemy attacks Gen Creighton W Abrams American Command acknow ledging the strikes into the neighboring neutral nation said Contd on Page 5 the highway The left rear ofthe Ford hit the front of the Stude baker The Rush car was damaged an estimated while the damage to the Ford owned by William Feltenberger 58 of 217 Calder Street Lakemont Al toona was damaged Feltenberger was the person Mrs Rush observed walking around the rear of his car and he was not planning to cross Into her path The injured woman was rushed to the hospital in the Huntingdon Contd on Page 3 Car Damaged Hits Deer On Route 350 A Tyrone mans car was dam aged early today In an acci dent on Route 350 in Morris Township 31 miles northofWat erstreet Devon D Winslow 51 of 1302 Blair Avenue Tyrone was south bound at am driving a Ford sedan Winslow told police that he hit a deer that suddenly appeared on the highway There was no evidence that the deer was killed Put Christmas cards on your shopping list Today were printing the first list of names for the Cards for Vietnam project which has been sponsored for several years by The Dally News Faithful supporters of the pro ject suggest to firsttimers that its better to start right off and address the cards as the lists are published rather than holding them to do all at once There are 18 names in this first list It wont take much time to write names and addresses on that many and the time and effort youve expended will bring untold joy to the area servicemen who are in volved in a war so far from home Those cards from whether from friends or strangers mean so much The names received to date appear in alphabetical order TSgt Donald E Allen FR413528433 C MR Box 10424 APO San Francisco Cal 96321 PFC Tim Brown E184427074 CO A 2nd Bn 14th Inf APO San FranciscoCal 96225 Sgt Harry J Corbln FR174348924 ALOFAC Adv Team No 16 Tarn Ky APO San FranciscoCal 96325 TSgt Lloyd E Fleming FR195262495 377 CES Box 8849 APO San Francisco Cal 96201 Dale D Grissinger ANB 437882 USN USS Hancock CVA19 Vl Div FPO San Francisco Cal96601 Contd on Page 3 Claim Witness Lied In Statement Defense Lawyers In Chicago Are Now Trying For Mistrial Mount Union Mans Car Damaged A Mount Union mans car was damaged in a accident last Friday afternoon in State College during the boroughs first snow fall of the season The crash occurred at the In tersection of South Atherton and West Irvln Avenues at 4 pm Cars driven by Robert Patton oi Pittsburgh and David K Pech mann of Mount Union collided Pattons car was damaged while the Pech nann vehicle was damaged No person was Injured CHICAGO de fense in the trial of the Chicago Seven was prepared today to argue for a mistrial on grounds a police undercover agent lied in giving a pretrial statement to defense attorneys The agent Irwin Bock testified last before the weekend recess during which most of the defendants and their attorneys went to Wash ington for the antiwar activities that he infiltrated the leader ship of Chicago and national antiwar groups Under crossexamination Bock said an affidavit signed by him on June 30 for defense attorneys Irving Birnbaum and Leonard Weinglass was untrue The affidavit absolved the defendants of suggesting any activity or doing of a criminal na criminal anything ture Bock said he signed the statement on the advice of his superiors in order to maintain his cover Weinglass then filed a motion asking for a mistrial on grounds Bock consulted with WEATHER Increasing cloudiness win dy and warmer today High low to upper 50s Cloudy windy and mild with a chance of showers tonight Low in the 40s Tuesday cloudy with showers likely Windy and mild high In the upper 50s to lower 60s Wednesday showers and turning colder defense attorneys divulging that he was an undercover agent Weinglass said the defendants also believe the government was tampering with their mail inspecting their trash baskets and tapping their phones In other developments US District Court records showed that a subpoena to have former President Lyndon B Johnson testify for the defense had been returned to the clerks office unserved A expense voucher was attached to the subpoena by the process server Other subpoenas returned unserved were for former Attorney General Ramsey Clark and former Assistant Attorney General Roger Wilk Ins Records showed Chicago Contd on Page 5   

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