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   Daily News (Newspaper) - November 28, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                DIAL MISS CLASSIFIED 6434040 or 5424641 THE DAILY NEWS State Library i VOL 48 xft CKVTS PER corr HUNTINGDON and MOUNT UNION FRIDAY NOVEMBER 28 1969 PHONE 6434040 NO 257 Apollo 12 Crew For Thanksgiving 200 Attend 120 Red Shells Are Fired nto Green Beret Center ABOARD CSS HORXET UPI Apollo 12s crewmen end the longest part of their long journey a sea voyage of almost 5000 miles at 2S miles an hour with a Hawaiian welcome today at Pearl Harbor The intent of Thanksgiving is nobte and good but too often the observance degenerates into pa Bv State Police Yule Project Of Garden Club triotic nostalgia The Rev Sam Grand Jury Approves 79 Bills Seventynine bills of indict ment were approved by the grand iury for the November Term of Huntingdon County Criminal Court before it adjourned at Wednesday afternoon The 23member panel faced nearrecord workload during its three day session The panel acted on 51 bills dismiss ing only mro of them Judge R Merle Heffner told the grand jurors that they did a magnificent job in handling that many bills of indictment in such a short period of time John J Rhodes of Porter Town ship a retired postal employe was the panel foreman District Attorney Richard W Linton presented most of the bills to the panel and the Hunt ingdon County jurist com plimented him on his outstand ing performance Despite UK face thai be took the office of district attorney only a few hours before the grand jury convened Contd on Page 7s uel Fisher pastor of Abbey Ref ormed Church United Church of Christ told an ecumenical Charles Pete Conrad Richcongregation assembled for the ard F Gordon and Aaa L annual Community Thanksgiving Bean must receive their Senice Wednesday evening in welcome to US soil in the 12th Street United Methodist Isolation however looking out church at the crowds and bands and Close to 200 persons from honored speakers through a churches in Huntingdon heard sealed glass window Pastor Fisher issue whatamoun All three spacemen are living ted to a call to social responsi in 2 Burglary Lighted Doorway Suspects Are Nabbed Contest Planned Huntingdon State Police nabbed Let our doorwa sa Merry Christmas to M who pass two Philadelphia men on WednesbV isolation inside a cramped baity as he said We need to day who are prime suspects in the Thats the lvord McJ Smithfield people from the quarantine trailer aboard this declare our solidarity in Christ ins of the home of a DuStanding Stone Garden Club which is inaugurating a Christmas old aircraft carrier which wuh the poor and the hungry in Bois physician Dr Gets lighted doorway contest picked ttem up after splashthe world we need to determine up aer spasthe world we need to determine The men David Ronald Robson down in the South Pacific to join Christ at the tables of the 39 of 9200 Bustleton Avenue Monday ieast of His brothers realizing Philadelphia and David Joseph They were scheduled to reach that we are followers of ONE Howard 71 of 2316 West Ule port in Pearl Harbor at 9 pm who nad no place to iay ms head sheny Avenuej phiiadeiphw were EST where a brief welcoming and wno bade the man who arrested in HuntinedonCountyfor ceremony is planned by Hawaii possessed great riches and wont violation of the uniform firearms Gov John A Burns and Rear ed to be His follower to sell act Adm John S McCain Jr aii that he had and give to the As a result of the same investi commander of armed forces in poor hvo other paiiadeiphians the Pacific The astronauts The senice sponsored by the were arrested on Pennsyl speak orer a loudspeaker Huntingdon Council of Churches vania Turnpike about noon on system from inside their van 35 opened by The Rev Harrison nesday Then the ran was to be Price with a solo In The Gar Contd on Page 7 den Mr Price conducted the Bonn Gives GoAhead On Treaty South Viet Will Probe Massacre 3 Nations Face Labor Problems Mounting labor problems beset Italy France and Britain today with economic predicting the possible downfall of London as one of the worlds major seaports if a longshore mens strike there continues anthem was Give Thanks to God sung by the choir of the host church BONN West Ger man cabinet today ordered Bonns ambassadors in Wash Sgt Raymond Mitarnowski ington Moscow and London to substation commander said the sign the nuclear nonprolifera worship portion of the senice investigation of the day in tion treaty cident in the Orbisonia area is Government sources said the continuing today action was taken at a morning Robson and Howard were spot cabinet meeting and instruo Developing his sermon from ted in Orbisonia on Wednesday in tions were immediately cabled the text found in St Luke a Chrysler station wagon owned to the ambassadors The through 14 which will be rem by Robson The other two Phila signings were to be completed erobered as Christsparable con delphians John J Parker 31 of before nightM cerning the Pharisee and the tax 4331 East Stiles Street andEd West Germany is the 2ath collector praying Pastor Fisher Stanley Henderson 31 of 4506 said in part Like all other North Hicks Street were also religious customs Thanksgiving spotted in Orbisonia at the same it can go into effect The United tends to become a formality and time traveling in ParkersChev States and the Soviet Union often we assume unconsciously rolet station wagon the Pharisaical attitude by which Robson and Howard were appre Contd on Page 7 Contd on Page 7 nation to approve the pact leaving IS more to ratify before more pay French students organized a march to protest educational cutbacks and in the Britain 200000 teachers threa tened to close down schools for the rest of the year Striking metalworkers from as far away as Turin and Milan agreed to a police appeal to move their demonstration out of the heart of Rome and to march along the Tiber River to a rally a the Piazza Del Popolo to prevent traffic jams and possible violence downtown In Britain Mrs Barbara Contd on Page S Until two weeks ago former commander of the Armys llth Brigade was certain Ms troops did not slay Vietnamese villagers at Song My on March 16 1958 Now Col Oren K Henderson says he is not so sure Neither are members of the South Vietnamese Senate and Assembly A joint committee headed by Sen Tran Van Don a leader of the 1963 coup against former President Ngo Dinh Diem is to begin an investigation Monday Six days ago defense minister Gen Q TTnrt Antn Nguyen Van Vy branded the tJUIL nUUJ reports as totally untrue Tie Army information officer who wrote the first news accounts of the Pinkville the GI name for Song says he thought something was STong with the A car was and report as soon as he wrote it hree young people were slif ntly the Chicago Tribune said today injured Wednesday night in a in a copyrighted story crash on the Raystovm Dam Road 1 teesit was fishy as soon in Juniata Township at Heffoers as I wrote it the Tribune Hill south of Huntingdon quoted Arthur Dunn 27 of state Police said James R Suburban Forest Park Sponsler 17 Main Street Ales Total Could Approach Record Road Death Toll ratified the treaty on Monday Former Chancellor Kurt Georg Kissingers Christian Democrats who opposed sign ing the treaty while they were in government said they regretted what they considered an unnecessarily hasty action Kiesinger had urged a delay All residents of Huntingdon Borough and Smithfield are cor dially invited to participate in the competition which will be directed by two active SSGC mem bers Mr and Mrs Willard Div ins of Ridgeview Mrs Divins told the Daily News Because the club is new not even a year old we are starting out in a small way in this contest hoping to in future years For 1969 we feel we must limit the territoryto Huntingdon and Smithfield Seventyfive dollars earned JJjPg through bus trips and other pro jects will be awarded to the winners of the contest First prize will be S25 second prize SID third prize S10 and five honorable mention awards of S5 To be eligible for participation in the contest residents need only to decorate their doorways in keeping with the season The contest directors pointed out though that only doors will be considered in the judging Other elaborate decorations and lights at a residence will not be taken into consideration Mr and Mrs Charles Miller of Lewistown will serve as judges They will base their deci sions on originality of design art istic effect seasonal suitability At Miami Beach JJU Is Target For Attack SAIGON Viet namese troops today completed a 120round mortar rocket and artillery barrage into the Green Beret camp at Bu Prang in opening the second month of their offensive along the Cambodian border For the US and South Vietnamese defenders at Bu Prang it was the heaviest overnight shelling in 11 days and one of the heaviest of the daily bombardments that began 31 days ago No one was killed In two other major develop ments reported today Guerrillas ambushed a co lumn of South Vietnamese militiamen 72 miles southwest of Saigon Thursday killing 36 and wounding the latest In a series of successful Viet Cong attacks in the Mekong Delta No guerrilla losses were A wellknown Huntingdon cloreported thier Joseph Dollinger died in the Seventythree civilians from Parkway General Hospital at a vlet Congheld village turned Miami Beach Fla about 10 o1themselves in to US troops 77 clock Thanksgiving night The miles northwest of Saigon They 68yearold businessman died of saW they had been frightened a heart attack by US shells falling so near Dollinger had been owner of the5r village but felt safe in Dollingers Clothing Store in seeking asylum because allied Huntingdon from 1943 to Decempropaganda broadcasts had her 31 196S when it was purassured them of good treat chased by Millers He had been raent elaborate decorations and lights associated with the clothiery The shelling of Bu Prang was since 1920 when the store was one of 32 overnight salvos operated by his brother Morris against allied targets Head Dollinger was active in the RoQuarters reported generally tary Club at Huntingdon and for uSht fighting across the war many years had served as cliairzone man of the Rotary International Reporting from the border Foundation committee He was a region 112 miles northnortheast member of the board of directors of Saigon UPI correspondent Contd on Page 10 JOSEPH DOLLINGER Huntingdon Mounting Slowly treaty because of concern over the agreements control mea sures After Brandt became chancellor in October his government announced it had received assurances from the The nations highway death toll mounted slowly today the third and the Soviet govern day of the long Thanksgiving weekend Officials of the National ments that Safety Council however said the final figure would approach objections last years record toll of 764 deaths Tlle treaty A United Press International count at 9 am EST showed 216 persons had been killed in iVilSS traffic accidents since the start and use of lighting Christmas In German action on the doors may interpret the season of the American Cancer Society sized that in order to facilitate Huntingdon Chapter and had di judging recording potential rected the county cancer crusade prizewinners en route house numbers must be visible in some way The club voted at its November meeting to withhold announce Contd on Page 7 overcame says that the Wins Title In Accident of the holiday period at 6 pm Wednesday The breakdown Traffic 216 Planes 13 Fires IS Miscellaneous 12 Total 259 California led the states with maie Tomen ses objects 20 traffic deaths Georgia hd Mss Rueber 20 years old 18 New York 16 Missouri 12 with 362336 measurements and Kentucky and Texas had said tile tltle ould bring no the nuclear powers that sign may not give nuclear weapons to the nonnuclear powers and forbids the nonnuclear powers that sign Contd on Page 9 LONDON IPiyMiss Aus tria Eva Rueber was crowned Miss World Thursday night over the protests of feminists who chanted beauty contests are cattle markets and dont 10 Five persons were killed in a changes to her Im marrvine life mv because boyfriend ihere were 128 of the anoria iras northbound on Leg died in collision in Portsmith RI and five were killed in a collision enemy reported killed and only islative Route 31032 at HUSpm near Gum Va A Charles German 8S of Dallas twocar crash near Fort Valley next year and were going to Ga three three weapons captured he said That doesnt quite jibe1 The aewsparer said Dunn recently dischsreed from driving a Ford Cortina sedan He failed to negotiate a right hand curve on Heffners Contd on Page S the lost control of nis car and Contd on Page 10 it Tex choked to death a turkey bone while eating Thanksgiving dinner Contd on Page 9 Dramatic Occupation Is Continuing a headon ha76 or three children The Miss USA contestant Gail Renshaw of Arlington Va placed second in the contest She is 22 years old and 392537 Several dozen women demon strators paraded outside the hall shouting feminist slogans Telephoned threats to bomb the final ceremonies with smoke bombs never materialized Young Braves Serious In f40188 0 In Mishap Claim To Alcatraz Island SAN FRANCISCO The old aen went on dying and the children suffered for nearly a century after Chief Joseph laid down his arm s to the white mans soldiers But perhaps even the Nez Perce Indian leader the old realist himself might see a glimmer of hope in the occupation of Alcatraz Island by a band of brash young braves Anthropologist Margaret Mead called the Nov 20 seizure of Alcatraz a magnificent piece of dramatization It isnt funny to calls it the most important event since red men actually stopped fighting white men The 100odd youths still Two cars were danagedatotal of 3400 in an accident Wednes day afternoon at the intersection of Fifteenth and Moore Streets huddling in the former federal of Brightman were killed by in Huntingdon No person was prison in San Francisco Bay the US Cavalry The event injured in the pm mis are serious in their claim to the ended the ghost dance a hap Patrolman Edward L Mer island movement for rejection of rills the investigator said They are even more serious white mans ways and a return Mrs Linda Ann Holland 20 in their determination to cause to the old style of life then 30S Spruce Street Hunting trouble all over the country sweeping western tribes don was southbound on Moore with demands for righting In recent months new Indian Street driving a 1963 Chevrolet of long lists of injustices militancy has resulted in sedan Miss Vlcki E Friedland We have been silent and picketing in Albuquerque NM 17 Huntingdon R D 2 was east turned the other cheek too of Interior Secretary Walter bound on FifteenthStreetoperat damn long says Lehman Hickel and the of ing a 1965 Olds sedan Brightman local head of United Nebraska businessmen by the Miss Friedland failed to yield Native Americans This is tbe Winnebagos the right of way to the Holland most important event since we Now Indian leaders say the vehicle with the result that the actually stopped warfare with Alcatraz occupation has electrifront of the Olds hit the right white men in 1889 fied their people and in one side of the Chevrolet White Mans Ways stroke unified members of the Damage to the Holland car This was a reference to the nations 300 tribes mainly the front and rear doors battle of Wounded Knee Creek We are attacking the whole estimated at while in which 200 Sioux men women system by attacking Alcatraz the front of the Olds was dam and children including relatives Contd on Page 10 about Nixons Over 200 For Holiday Feast KEY BISCAYXE Fla UPI Nixon and his family were spending a relaxed holiday weekend at their sunny Bayside villa here after sharing their first Thanksgiving feast in the White House with more than 200 elderly guests The President was in a sentimental mood when he arrived here Thursday night remembering the great time he had with the oldsters Chatting with reporters he said only half of them had ever been to the White House before Its a cinch none had ever eaten there he added Most of them departed carrying apples and oranges Nixon recalled Speaking of his guests Nixon said about one third were Negroes and he was impressed by their quiet dignity and their courteous 3 Orbisonia Burglaries Investigated State Police today are continu ing to invesugrate burglaries at three business establishments in the heart of Borough ters Investigators said today that the crimes were committed at Moore Bros Furniture Pauls Market and Bowmans Stores Inc all located side by side In each instance attempts were made to pry open the rear doors on the three stores using a 10 inch screwdriver In all cases the attempts to force entry into the establishments failed and the burglars went away empty handed Police said the burglaries were committed between 5 pm Tues day Nov 26 and am Nov Israeli Planes Hit Across Suez in 1960 He served as chairman of the annual Huntingdon firemens fund drives in 1962 1963 and 1964 For many years he had held the position of religious leader of Agudath Achim synagogue Hunt ingdon Dollinger was born April IS Israeli divebombers attacked 1901 in Austria OnDecember across the Suez Canal into 1927 he was united in marriage EyPt today as if m retaliation to Carol Wolff who survives afor crosscanal raids by Egyp long with the following children tian Thursday which Mrs triggered a lengthy aerial EdgeN J Dr Howard er North Miami Beach Fla A new ArabIsraeli war of Also surviving are three sis words flared over the Arab and a brother Contd on Page 7 WEATHER Considerable cloudiness and cold today Highs in upper 30s to lower 40s Clearing and cold tonight lows in the low to mid 20s Saturday increa sing cloudiness and warmer Highs in the low to mid 40s Outlook for Sunday cloudy and colder with a chance of snow flurries Lunar Dust Storm Movies Are Viewed SPACE CENTER Houston UPIEngineers today exa mined dramatic movies of the swirling dust storm Apollo 12 INSIDE THE NEWS demeanor iQCked up on the moon It may The guests came from aging to new problems for and convalescent homes in the astronauts trying to land on Contd on Page 7 hardtoreach stretches of lunar terrain The startling footage was shot by Apollo 12 astronauts Charles Pete Conrad and Alan L Bean as their landing craft Intrepid dodged craters and descended to a bullseye touchdown on the moons Ocean of Storms last week The dust kicked up by the exhaust from Intreplds descent engine appeared first as a light haze But It grew quickly into a raging storm that masked the lunar surface as the pilots performed their most critical maneuvers During the final seconds before the landing gray dust was blown with tremendous Mrs WilSuerrilla bombing of the Israeli airline office in Athens with Israel accusing the Arabs of a worldwide campaign to kill Jews and destroy Israel The military command in Tel Aviv said the warplanes began their 30minute strike at midnight today hittingunspeci fied Egyptian military targets in the central sector of the Suez Canal All the raiders returned home safely the announcement said These raids followed the fourth Egyptian crosscanal air strike of the month Thursday Israeli interceptors who chal lenged the raiders came away reporting two Egyptian planes shot down Cairo reported one lost The Ciaro command de scribed its air raid as one of the biggest since the 1967 Middle East War Flying low the raiders hit their targets with great precision destroy ing them and setting them ablaze its announcement said On the ground Israeli troops reported two overnight clashes along the frontier with Jordan one involving heavy artillery and Israeli groundtoground missies Four Israelis were reported wounded Contd on Page 10 Ann Landers15 Building Page 12 Classified Ads 14 1819 Comics17 Crossword19 Courthouse Roundup 12 Farm Pagen Obituaries2 On Stage Live20 School Page 13 Society Club16 Sports 4 5 Televison Program 11 force across the craterpocked surface The 240foot film clip was raleased by the space agency Thursday It also showed Conrad walking stiff legged on the surface and a spectacular view of the earth eclipsing the sun and the resulting rainbow of hues It was the eclipse scene that Bean said was more fantastic than the moon Also released were 15 still photographs four in color Huntingdon Man snapped during the astronauts 32 hours on the lunar surface Injured In Fall One of the best was a black and white shot showing one of An 81yearold Huntingdon the astronauts standing next to man Oscar Corbin suffered t the old Surveyor 3 television fractured left forearm early robot on the sloping wall of a today when he fell at his home 414 Ninth Street He Is listed In fair condi tion at J C Blair Memorial Hospital crater with the Intrepid stand Ing like a bug on the horizon 700 feet away Scientists were particularly Interested In closeup photo Contd on Pace Mr Corbin was admitted to the hospital at am today   

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