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Daily News (Newspaper) - November 21, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania DIAL MISS CLASSIFIED 6434040 or 5424641 THE DAILY NEWS Ml VOL 46 NINE CENTS PER COPY HUNTINGDON and MOUNT UNION FRIDAY NOVEMBER 21 L969 PHONE 6434040 NO 252 Astronauts Taking Pictures Of Moon Landing Sites Haynsworth Hits Fat Irresponsible Papers Fight Hits Agnew Criticizes News Media Anew Moon Landing BeSin Trek Site Could Home This Climax Be Older Dairy Ambassador Given Prize Huntingdon County Dairy Ambassador for 1970 Merrill W Rohrer Jr of Mapleton Depot second from left receives the cash prize which accompanied the netting of the winning vote from judges at last evenings FarmCity Week program Left Kiwanis President and Master of Ceremonies Clayton Briggs Rohrer receiving the prize from Austin A McBride banquet chairman and right Lester T MacDonald cochairman of the FarmCity Week observance Car Lands FarmCity Week On Railroad 77 j Main Line Opener Enjoyed WASHINGTON UPI The Senate climaxes a massive threemonth struggle today voting whether to accept or reject President Nixons nomin ation of Clement F Haynsworth Jr to the Supreme Court The decision rested with a handful of senators who have declined to take a public or private position on the nomina tion T The latest UPI poll showed 48 Jg senators opposed to Hayns worth 45 in favor and seven undecided or uncommitted The yeas and nays scheduled to be cast at 1 pm EST SAIGON decide more than Haynsworths neatjquarters today the A Huntingdon womans car landed in the middle of the Penn Central Railroads threetrack main line at Pemberton in Spruce A wellattended banquet enjoyed by some 175 county farmers and businessmen opened the FarmCity Week observance in Hunt ingdon County Highlight of last evenings affair the contest Creek Township last evening when for Huntingdon County Dairy Ambassador for 1970 she failed to negotiate a curve in the nearby roadway One PC train whizzed by while the Mustang was on the center track but the woman driver was not injured just badly shaken She was examined at J C Memorial Hospital and then re leased It was one of two accidents investigated yesterday by State Police of the Huntingdon sub station Damage Is Repeated At o Courthouse Five speakers vied for the top prize S50 and the title by de livering speeches they had pre pared on various topics relating to the dairy industry Winner was MerrillW Rohrer Jr of Mapleton Depot a stu dent at Mount Union Area High School whose address on com battingthe imitation and filled miik challenge to the dairying market found favor with the judges Second place winner was Kathryn Kyper of Huntingdon a student at Huntingdon Area High School who preceded her re marks bv a comment on the ex fate They may influence UK fighting across shape of the high court for with four GIs killed years to come and probably two Wotmded in the will affect the future of Nixons costijest clash involving Ameri congressional relations can troops Nixon already has won one major test with Congress by gaining approval of the antibal listics missile system on down to the wire vote The Haynsworth nomination is his second and the adminis MONTGOMERY Ala UPI Vice President Spiro T Agnew in his second attack on news media in a week criticized fat and irresponsible newspapers that shape public opinion He singled out The New Times and The Washington Post Agnew said in a speech to the Montgomery Clumber of Com merce that he was against censorship and did not want to intimidate news media but the time for blind acceptance of their opinions is past and the time for naive belief in their neutrality is gone The day when the network military commentators and even gentle reported men from The York Times South a form of diplomatic immunity from comment and criticism of what they said is over Agnew said to the applause of his audience 1000 Fighting In South Viet tration has used every persua sion it could muster This mornings communiques reported but three significant fights from Thursday killing a 3 total of 23 Viet Cong and North Vietnamese Total US losses were put at five wounded SPACE CENTER Houston Elbert King be lieves the Apollo 12 astronauts visited an older site on the moon than the first US lunar explorers but he doubts they found anything startling King curator of the Apollo Moon Quarantine Laboratory during Julys Apollo 11 mission and now head of the University of Houston Geology Depart ment bases his early guesses of what the Apollo 12 team is bringing home on the astro nauts radio reports from the moon It sounds to me like the samples they collected vill turn out to be very similar to the lunar samples brought back by Apollo 11 King said Thursday He noted Charles Pete Conrad and Alan L Bean talked a lot about the amount of of moon dust they encountered at their landing site on the lunar Ocean of Storms ap Afternoon All taken but seven either a senators had public or a Attacks TV Networks A week ago in a Des Moines parently more than the Apollo Iowa speech Agnew attacked astronauts found at their television networks claiming landing site 934 miles east dead three tlleir of news was One possibility is that this in the hands of a dozen people might be a slightly older site B32 bombers kept up their Ic specifically criticized their than the Apollo 11 landing site commentaries immediately fol said King He explained that Contd on Page 2 Contd on Page 7 SPACE CENTER Houston Apollo 12 spacemen swept round and round the moon today taking pictures of future landing sites after crashing the Intrepid module onto its surface and setting off lunar seismic shocks like a gong in a belfry The threeday quartermil lionmile voyage home was scheduled to begin at pm EST A twominute blast from Yankee Clippers main engine frees the ship from lunar gravity and gives Charles Pete Conrad Alan L Bean and Richard F Gordon the speed necessary to splash down in the South Pacific Monday afternoon The pilots appeared eager to get home Conrad asked earth control early today if the high performance of the ships big Contd on Page 6 constant pounding of guerrilla camps For the second time in 1969 the Huntingdon County Court Georgia Mae Huhn Satta 20 house suffered damage from high of 312 Third Street Huntingdon winds was westbround at pm on Last New Years Day heavy Legislative Route 31060 at Perngusts brought down the 10foot berton operating a Mustang consquare window from the court vertible Due to speed and loose house attic just below the clock ceiient beef dinner served by gravel on the left hand curve tower It fell some 73 feet Myers and her staff her car ran off the roadway to the pavement hit the mail and landed on the railroad tracks box and smashed glass and State Police said damage to wooden frame into small pieces the car amounted to only about On Wednesday of this week 350 happened again Heavy blasts The second accident was at of wind loosened the small win pm on Route 655 about dows from the clock tower above Contd on Page 7 WEATHER 1 p Tjme nn r rbl 1 uut n at the Alexandria Fire Hall 1 on Page 2 Variable cloudiness and cold today High mid 20s to low 30s Fair and continued cold tonight Low in upper teens to mid 20s Saturday partly cloudy and not as cold High in 30s Sundays outlook var iable cloudiness and warmer Contd on Page 7 Habib Takes Over Lodge And His Deputy Resigning PARIS diplo mats view the resignation of Henry Cabot Lodge as chief US delegate to the Vietnam peace talks as a warning American patience is wearing thin The White House announced in Washington Thursday that Lodge and his deputy La wrence E Walsh had submit ted their resignations and that Philip C Habib thirdranking member of the delegation would take over temporarily The Western diplomatic sour ces said they expected that Habib 49 would carry on indefinitely and that President Nixon would hold off on naming an envoy of Lodges stature as an implied warning to the Contd or Page 3 the repaired 10footer smashing the panes of glass and cracking the sash which is up for re pairs The wind also dam aged the door to the side entrance at the court Contd on Page 3 More Names Are Added For Vietnam Card List Bartells Win along the Cambodian border with seven overnigh raids all of them in Sinli Long Province to 82 milas northwest ofSipon Four Americans were killed anci two wounded Thursday in a Viet Cong ambush Gl miles northwest of Saigon the third such ambush this week in the provinces north of the capital The ambushers escaped Military spokesmen said the MOSCOW UP I Former guerrillas opened the attack Premier Nikita S Khrushchevs with a mine blast in the midst campaign against the late of a US 1st Air Cavalry Division patrol and then folclimax Nov 1 1961 with the lowed up with antitank rockets removal of Stalins body from Contd on Page 2 21 Russia Will Observe Stalins Birth Date leaders see as Stalins positive contributions to the Soviet regime and play down his bad dictator Josef Stalin came to a deeds 1961 who its place beside V I Lenin in Red Square Mausoleum Over Foot Of Snow In Some Areas Heavy snows abated to flurries in the Great Lakes snowbelt early today leaving some communities with more than a foot of snow Cleveland Ohio and Syra cuse NY each received another inch from flurries Thursday night bringing their total accumulation to three inches Buffalo NY however had 14 inches and Gaylord Mich 12 inches Public and parochial schools were closed in Buffalo for the first time since March 1968 and schools were closed in Tonawanda INSIDE THE XEWS Ann Landers 16 Building Page e 10 Classified Ads 14 15 Comics 13 Crossword Farm Page 9 Obituaries 2 On Stage live s 8 School Page 11 Society Club12 Sports 4 Television Program 5 9 Eighteen Christmas cards are many of the old regulars will already on their way to servicesend cards again this year and men in Vietnam that many first timers will At least 18 that The DailyNews give the needed money and time has heard about to making the Christmas season A former supporter of the a little happier for those far Cards to Vietnam project Mrs away from home James B Walker of Cornpropst The first list of IS names Mills was asked Are you gowas published in The Daily News ing to send cards to the boys on November 17 Heres the in Vietnam again this year by a second Daily News reporter Theyre already on their way those first IS you had in the paper she replied I got up Wednesday morning at 6 am to address the Tiandmailed them that day So the project to remember Excellence In Writing Award list of names also IS List 2 Sgt Maj C C Awkerman 305073 USMC 7th Engineer Bn 1st Mar Div Rein FMF FPO San Francisco Cal 96602 going to officially observe Stalins birthday Dec 21 informed sources said today The plan to observe Stalins birthday does not mean Soviet leaders now intend to rehabili UNIVERSITY tate Stalin justify what J Bartell and Roderick J BarKhrushchev called the person tell a husbandwife team at The ality cult or try to justify the Pennsylvania State University millions slain in will be honored tonight with the purges presentation of the Hoffman The trend is to recognize and Contd on Page 7 perhaps point up what the Has Been Ignored The birthday of Stalin was born Josef Vissarionovich Djugashvili in the Soviet Now for the first time in 13 Republic of Georgia has been Tonawanda North years the Soviet government is ignored since Khrushchev first Kenmore NY denounced him at the 20th A Buffalo man was forced to Communist party congress in 1956 Khrushchev said that al though Stalin was once a good Communist he turned into a despot The attacks grew in deliver his own daughter when two ambulances broke down and the third was trapped in snow Cold weather spread deep into the Southeast for the intensity under Khrushchev and second night sending ther on Oct 30 196 L Soviet mometers below the freezing Stalinist President Nikolai V Podgorny point from the Lower Mississip told the congress pi Valley to Georgia and the The abuses of power the Carolinas Contd on Page 3 Contd on Page 7 area service men and women serving in Vietnam is off to a good start It is hoped that Don Shirley Banquet Staged By Club Huntingdon Lions Fete 25 Carriers Twentyfive Daily News carriers were honored by the Huntingdon Lions Club last evening at a banquet held at Hotel Penn Hunt It was the 25th annual dinner for newspaper boys making it one of the oldest projects sponsored by the Huntingdon service SP4 Jerry Bollinger CoB 228thAvnBn 1st Air Cav Div APO San FranciscoCal 96490 PFC Harold E Covert 198405319 Co E 28 Cav Div Radar APO San FranciscoCal 96490 SP4 Chester V Crotsley 172320366 92D Engineer Battalion APO San FranciscoCal 96491 SP4 Richard W Estep 1SO3S8631 384th QM Det APO San FranciscoCal 96349 Contd on Page 16 Trio Opens New Series Subscribers to the Huntingdon Concert Associations 1969197C series are reminded that the Don Shirley Trio will appear at Oiler Hall Juniata College cam pus on Entertainment for the evening at pm to open the current was furnished by The Wrens a program of three concerts Tne other features will be the organization Carl R Bruno assistant to the superintendent of Huntingdon Area Schools praised the news paperboys for the valuable ser vice they render to the comm unity This dinner is only a small token of our appreciation the educator told the little mer chants Xo D In Flue talented and versatilesinging group from Juniata Valley High Milwaukee Symphony with Mitch School that has been scoring a Miller on January 28 and Ar great success on TV and in per turo Sergi tenor on April 6 sonal appearances J970 The croup includes Galla and Cortd on Page 3 Janet Higinbotham Karen M1 O Q ton and Linda Ciganik David Herberling electric bass guitar Fife Last player was a guest instrumen talist with the quartet last eve Huntingdon firemen were ning called at last evening to To honor the newshpys The extinguish a bad flue fire at the Wrens dedicated theirprotest Charles Lemin homeoOoChurch song Strontium 90 to the junior Street No damage resulted from merchants The singers made the blaze a hit with the Lions ana their Fire Chief Robert Jessell and young guests with an outstan nls two assistants Gilbert N ding performance Mountain and George B Wilson Mrs Robert Higijibotham the Jr directed the work of fire person behind the scene was men who used water to bring the introduced by Bruno and laufled fire under control for her work with tin quartet Tllt entire Huntingdon Fire Lion President George Holland Department responded to the Half Century Of Service Commemorated Cntd alarm Today the G cents commemorative stamp calling attention nd paying tribute to the work done for the handicapped over the past half century by the Easter Seal Society for Crippled Children and Adults was placed on sale for the first time in Huntingdon County Purchasing stamps with pride are Mr and Mrs Bernard J Snyder and Mrs G Donald Fisher Homer S Norris is the post office clerk The Snyders are cochairmen of the 1970 Easter Seal Campaign Feb 23 March 29 which brings in the funds for the varied programs of the Easter Seal Society of Huntingdon County Mrs Fisher is executive secretary of the society
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