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   Daily News (Newspaper) - November 20, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                1 J v DIAL MISS CLASSIFIED 6434040 or 5424641 THE DAILY NEWS VOL NKE CENTS PER COPY HUNTINGDON and MOUNT UNION THURSDAY NOVEMBER 20 1969 PHONE 6434040 NO 251 Apollo 12 Explorers On Long Trip Home After Dramatic Stay On Moon No Injuries Or Major Damage Reports New Treasure Of Quake Felt Rockgi Surveyor L VJ VJTCvJlcilCl nam today denied reports that A IVl C fn Pnric tnlte dl XJLJL CU PARIS Viet nam today denied reports that delegates to the Paris talks have made progress in secret RALEIGH NC UPI An apparent slippage in the rater sessions towarf elldin Ule ground rock structure of the stable Eastern United States vietnam War caused earth tremors in eight states Wednesday night There sheej speculation were no injuries or major damage Uie dlief Hanoi negotiator Residents from Ohio to Georgia Xuan Thuy got a scare when dishes and Ambassador Henry Cabot windows rattled and buildings Lodge renewed his appeal for trembled and shook Telephone the release of US prisoners of circuits were Jammed by war held by North Vietnam callers denial was issued less The epicenter of the quake than 24 hours after qualified was located CO miles west of diplomatic sources said the Roanoke Va along the West North Vietnamese and the Viet Virginia border according to Cong ruined a Vaticanbacked 14 Killed In Mohawk Plane Crash GLENS FALLS NY Earthquake Center plan to get secret talks going Discussion Marks SHC Board Meet Discussion marked the meeting A Mohawk Airlines turboprop at Rockvjlle Md It registered Just few days plane attempting an instrument 475 on tlieRichter Scale the and Lodge spoke as the landing crashed and exploded tremor in the area since delegates entered the 43rd ascent engine ignited At 933 ams Intrepid safely on a remote mountain peak a during a rainstorm Wednesday jn which began last Jan 19 night killing all 14 persons This is considered a minor There have been reports in quake compared with Alaska the United States these past State police and rescue and San Francisco said the days claiming that secret talks workers hindered by the spokesman Any have been held after the death weather and rugged terrain 10 Where else but in the Eastern of President Ho Chi Minh and home ig of S near Galax Va session of the deadlocked talks entered an orbit taking them one and a half times around the moon before scheduled docking in early afternoon with Richard F Gordon in the command ship Yankee Clipper for the journey miles north of Glens Falls united States this probably Creative Wall Piece Adds Interest Mrs Virginia Vincenti right extension home economist of Huntingdon County is shown a creative wall hanging by Blair W Henninger Jr left and Mrs Corene Klauda center of Old Main Art Shop State College Henninger was speaker during the afternoon program of the county hotremakers annual CjrLsimas meet ing Wednesday This particular of was fashioned from burlap wool muslin and yarn Displays Provide Holiday Setting Over 200 Homemakers Attend Christmas Meeting reached the scattered wreckage at am today They said there was no hope for survivors The Fairchilci 227B turboprop carried a crew of three and 11 passengers Their identities were withheld pending notifica tion of next of kin AI the twin engine plane was flying low over the area when it hit the side of 2334foot Buck Mountain in the Adirondacks near Lake George about pm Several witnesses reported seeing an explosion The nearest road was two Confd on Page 5 since President Nixons Nov 3 Confd on Page 8 Will Be Buried At Brookline White Mass Is Held For Kennedy HYANNIS Mass UPI The family of Joseph P Kennedy was gathering today to celebrate a funeral mass of joy before a chrysanthemum garlanded altar dedicated to one of his fallen miles from the crash site It sons The special mass in which the priests wear white vest Representatives of extension homenvikers clubs from through out the Huntingdon County area along with several guests at tended the annual Christmas meeting held yesterday at McCon nellstown Fire Hall More than two hundred women were present and approximately fifteen clubs arranged special displays for this occasion For two hours preceding the noon meal served by the Ladies Auxiliary of McConnellstown Fire Company the women parti cipated in a demonstration per iod and had an opportunity to view the displays which included exhibits of work done in the past year by the clubwomen Christmas FrameUp was the topic of a demonstration provided by Blair W Henninger Jr ownermanager 01 the Old Main Art Shop in State College He was assisted by Mrs Corene Klauda who effectively arranged the items of interest Henninger pointed to the fact thai we see many framed items each day although we are not aware of this fact when we look outdoors in the morning we are looking through a framed window Confd on Page 12 took rescuers hours to get into the area described by state police as treacherous A Mohawk spokesman said the plane was Flight 411 which originated at New York Citys LaGuardia Airport about 7 pm with 44 passengers aboard All but 11 got off at Albany at 8 pm The flight was due at Glens Falls at pm For ments rather than the tradition al purple robes of mourning IVTfwfh Q fit was requested by the widow 1 i LllCdoL Mrs Rose Kennedy Mrs Kennedy Sen Edward SPACE CENTER Houston Apollo 12 explorers rose triumphantly off the moon in their Intrepid spacecraft today and maneuvered toward linkup with the command ship that will bring them back to earth Charles Pete Conrad and Alan L Bean blasted from the lunar surface at ajn EST after a dramatic 32hour stay during which they walked one and onehalf miles collected a new treasure of rocks and retrieved parts of a robot spacecraft that had been on the moon since 19C7 And away we go cried an exultant Conrad as Intrepids of the governing Iward of the Southern Huntingdon Comity schools last evening as directors probed matters of salaries bud get tax collection storage and tradeins President Lemar KHnc con ductedthe session Bills were read and approved tor payment Directors reviewed submis sions for tradeins on a new tractor for the high school but moved to postpone the action for another year Problems in the handling of surplus food were deliberated and anumber of minor adjustments in the procedure were passed A review of the Act 96 salary schedules was made and board members put forth a number of suggestions for adjustments to be made within the district NEW COLLECTORS It was reported that the for mer delinquent tax collectors Berkheimer Associates had been relieved of the position as of November 1 and collections of delinquent per capita and occu pation assessment taxes has been placed in the hands of a single agency The Wilkins Agency of Forty Fort An audit by Rice and Rice of carried the 196869 budget brought forth Conrad and Bean immediate ly began preparations for the delicate maneuvers that will lineup their orbit for rendez vous with Yankee Clipper Looking great said Con rad This is a hot machine The important thing was that the ascent engine worked perfectly for without its firing they would have been stranded and left to certain death on the moon without rescue possibility Conrad and Bean were in Confd on Page 2 Wintry Storm Hits A wintry storm Draft Board Send 27 For Phvsicals To strong winds snow and cold Kennedy the deceaseds sole across Northeast today surviving son and other air stabbed south members of the illstarred ward TexaSi and the defense family were assembling in the Great area had more dark oaken pews of the almost snoW8 deserted St Francis Xavier Rejected CHICAGO attorney in the trial of the Chicago Seven has told the aeseneu 01 ricuicis AHVICI judge he thinks he will be sent Church only a few miles from were to jail when the trial ends the seaside compound where york a number of items which re quired minor adjustments for re cordirr in the school board mi nutes These changes were authorized by the board Confd on Page 5 and travelers warnings i effect for Western New state as heavy snow Those are your words not Kennedy 81 died of a heart squalls were expected to dump mine US District Court Judge Julius J Hoffman replied Twentyseven registrants will The trial of seven men be sent for preinduction physical charged with conspiring to examination on December 4 a incite riots at the 1968 spokesman for HuntingdonCounty Democratic National Convened to Joseph P Kennedy Jr parts Draft Board No 75 announced tion picked up volume Wedneswho died during a World War II today day as Hoffman rejected combat mission over the attack Tuesday Cardinal Richard Cushing a long time friend of the former ambassador to Britain was celebrant at the white mass conducted at the alter dedicat two to four inches of new snow warnings continued Western Pennsylvania and heavy snow warnings were for Northeast Ohio near Of Michigan and it by as much as six WEATHER of snow Wednesday Notices are being mailed out another defense plea for a English Channel were expected to get more today directing the men to re mistrial and defense attorneys The funeral came on what Receding warm air ahead of port at am on that date and prosecutors yelled at each would have been the 44th Confd on Page 12 Thev will travel by bus to New other i been the 44th birthday of Sen Robert F Kennedy slain by an assassin Mostly cloudy and colder with chance of snow flurries today High upper 20s to mid 30s Variable cloudiness windy and colder with chance of snow flurries tonight Low in teens Fri day variable cloudiness and cold High mostly in 20s Saturdays outlook partly cloudy and not so cold Cumberland Army Depot for the Attorney William Kunstler exams put forth the defenses second in Los Angeles in June 1968 Kemp Chosen INeW Chairman Contd on Page 5 Confd on Page 12 Irony Noted In Failure Of TV Camera On Moon and only two days before the anniversary of the assassination in Dallas Nov 221963 The presidents widow Mrs Jacqueline Onassis and her two children John Jr and Caro line were present at the somber rites at the sided church Burial was scheduled for the County Planners Fulfill Contract HOLLYWOOD UPI There world over no doubt listened in was Inescapable irony in the with hearts full of sympathy famiiy pi0t at Holyhood Ceme The 353000 contract for the development of a comprehensive fact that a malfunctioning color They too know the feeling tery in Brookline where the plan for Huntingdon County was completed last evening as members camera prevented televiewers At any rate viewers who Kennedys lived for many years of the Huntingdon County Planning Commission gathered in the from seeing the two moonwalks tuned in television for the two small cortege of six commissioners conference room at the courthouse at of the past days moonwalks were treated to an limousines was making the 80 Following the presentation of Man had succeeded in send excellent radio presentation ing astronauts a huge distance There were of course simulat from earth and planting them ed scenes of the astronauts by on the lunar surface Countless the networks But radio was it brilliant minds had contributed what It was in fact Much of IVlOUnt to this success and so had the dialogue by the astronauts Confd on Page 12 Confd on Page 2 Extension Groups Celebrate Early Three members of the Triangle Extension Honwmakers Group pose near tii r display table at yesterdays annual homomakers Christmas meeting hold at McOnncllstnwn Fire Hall More than 200 clubwomen attended the fifteen clubs prepaivd displays for the occasion Most of the displays centered around a Christmas thorn ixwevpr crafts which had Nen completed in the past several months also wenshown The Trtancle Club lias a membership from Huntingdon and Uft to rUrlu arc Mrs Alice Shfifirld Huntingdon HD 3 Mrs Clara Davis 1007 Pinn Street Huntingdon and Mrs Alice IVYoiv 529 Moon Street Huntingdon millions of dollars employed for scientific use And yet there in one unforgettable moment early Wednesday was astronaut Alan Bean tapping the camera with a hammer to see if he could get it to work Telecasts Not Urgent Since the overall mission was nevertheless heading for sue cess and because the moon walk telecasts apparently were not urgent requisites one could sit back and appreciate the sublime human comody of this incredible moment Amateur photographers the INSIDE THE NEWS Plans Vesper Service Ann Landers 1 Classified Ads14 15 Comics I3 Crossword 15 Society Club 13 Sports Sunday School Lesson 20 Pennsylvania Storey 6 Editorial Page 6 Back To Yesteryear 6 the county plan brochure and a 110page sample zoning or dinance the final invoice for the work was signed by the new chairman Francis WKemp He succeeds Hiram P Reynolds who served two terms as chairman of the commission The completion of the contract for the county plan coincided with Triumphant Thanksgiving the beginning of the eighth year will be the sermon topic of the Of existence for the Huntingdon Rev Wilbur J Deardorff it the County Planning Commission and community Thanksgiving vesper actually marks the first step In service in Mount Union Mr a history of guided growth as a Deardorff is pastor of the Chrtscharacteristically rural county tian and Missionary Alliance prlor to the election Kemp Church Mount Union proposed that the commission The Mount Union Vlinisterium recommend to tle county com which annually sponsors this misstoners that the public near Thanksgiving observance has an jngs be held on the county corn noun Jed that the service this year prehensive plan and that steps will be in the First United Pres be taken toward its adoption Confd on Page Confd on Page 5 FRANCIS W KEMP   

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