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   Daily News (Newspaper) - December 6, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                DIAL MISS CLASSIFIED 6434040 or 5424641 THE DAILY NEWS CENTS and MOUNT Patterson Testimony Scheduled It required more than 12 hours during the past two days to select a voir dire jury to try the case of Commonwealth vs Robert Oli ver Patterson of Mount Union who is charged with offenses in one indictment Sodomy cor rupting the morals of a minor and furnishing Intoxicating be verage to a minor It was last evening when the final member of the panel for the Patterson trial was se lected The regular iiiry in cludes four men and eight wo men with the two alternates being women Judge R Merle Heffner is presiding at the Huntingdon County Criminal Court trial and he announced prior to adjourn ment last evening that the taking of testimony in the case will start at pm Monday The Huntingdon jurist has set aside the Monday morning session for pleas of guilty 5 reported that 20 or more defandants plan to enter guilty pleas Judge Heffner also announced that for the Patterson trial only persons 21 years of age and older will be permitted in the courtroom All jurors not serving on the Patterson jury have been directed to return for duty on Wednesday morning at o clock unless other orders are issued by the court For a time there was talk of a Friday even lag court ses Contd on Page 2 Give hv Is Santa In Tears Mount Union Prepares For Holiday With Christmas lust around the corner a spirit of ioy and anxiety is prevalent in the bo rough of Mount Union Its also beginning to look atot like Christmas with the commun ity tree located in front of the United Presbyterian Church shining brightly every evening The lovely festive street decora tions add to the glow of the town All the stores In the borough have now donned their attractive holiday garb and are glistening with multicolored lights and tin sel Shoppers win find that the stores are adequately stocked with a wide variety of gift mer chandise suitable for every mem ber of the family In order to accommodate shop Senators Are Working On Generous Tax Bill Findings Will Be Put IntO Action B Egyptians President Four Israeli Jets Downed Could Get Veto From WASHINGTON UPl 1 know you take your work here ser WASHINGTON UPI Egypt shot down four Israeli senate in a rare Saturday iously And we are going to take your findings seriously I ex jets ln ralds asainst session today tried to complete pect the results of tills conference to be not just words but a c the ez nal action on a bln cuttine taxes J h TIOQV tho emrnlnfflntn 1 As Father Francis A Ackerson chairman of the Huntingdon Courty United Fund campaign Santa views the gap remaining patrons Mount Union mer before the goal can be reached The two have issued a joint chants have extended their store appeal for county residents to open up their hearts during the hours until December 24 Stores Christmas season so the manypurpose agency can fulfill its wiU remain open each evenin committments Special Appeal Made US Troops Kill 20 In Battle UF Is Still Short Of Goal Santa Sad until 9 pm and close at 6 pm on December 24th Most retailers are offerins a gift wrapoim service providing a SAIGON of great convenience for busy Air Cavalry killed pers 20 Communist troops in an all Men who are lookingfor tattle near Cambodian thins for that somene special border military spokesmen will find many lovely suggestions said Vietnamese in the ladies stores in town forces kmed 33 Communists in Also for that man in your life Citing far to the north the shelves of the mens stores US Marine artillery killed 20 are wellstocked chases for gift pur North Vietnamese near Da Nang Santa is in tears because the 1970 United Fund campaign has Area shoppers will find a wide Tbe lst Air Cavalrys 1st not yet reached its goal of 553417 To date residents of Huntingdon variety of merchandise available Brigade attacked a Communist Judge Gives Ruling In Nardi Case Judje Arcold D Smorto of Cambria County today granted Alfred Nardi Jr 37 a con victed slayer permission to file an amended petition for collateral relief under the Post Convic tion Hearing Act Nardi is now serving a life sentence in the State Correction al Institution at Pittsburgh for the slaying of Charles Robert Elder 55 of Saston at the Hunt ingdon SCI on Augjst 9 1954 The case was referred to Judge Smorto since Huntingdon County Judge R Merle Heffner was to volved in the Nardi murder case p as district attorney before he was arpointed to the bench last December UNIVERSITY Judge Smorios County have given S7S125 or 941 per cent of this years roal SSJl3 It breaks my heart says Santa think that the agency allocations may have to be cut because you people in Hunting don County might not reach your goal You know this is the time of year when we think of other people their needs and how we can help them I can only help people one day out of the year but the United Fund agencies can help tiie people of Huntingdon County all year long Work C untile Contd on Page 5 Those were President Nixons words Tuesday opening the White House Conference on Food Nutrition and Health Today conference staff direc tor Robert Choate accused presidential counselor Daniel P Moytilhan of suppressing the 2700 delegates fivepoint action statement and keeping Nixon from seeing it Urge Higher Incomes The statement urged Nixon to declare a national hunger emergency and to take any steps necessary to feed all hungry Americans this winter It also urged Nixon to press for establishment of a guaranteed annual income for every family of four A group of delegates met with Nixon Friday at the conclusion of the conference One of them the Rev Robert Contd on Page 2 Cairo jnd granting Social Security increases so generous Republi Solons Check TT 0 n lo united rendleton Fund CAMP PENDLETON Calif A fourman congres sional committee toured the Stanley E Cipar of the Jack Camp Fendleton Marine base MShuck insurance Agency has brigFriday investigating charbeen elected to fill a vacancy ges of frequent beatings on the board of directors of Father Francis A Ackerson incidents of homosexuality and the Huntingdon County United General Chairman of the 1970 United Fund campaign says Santa is rlsht In a sense Contd on Page 2 force Friday 35 miles northwest of Saigon and 13 miles from the Cambodian border There were no reports of American casual ties in that battle but two rvr A T i Americans were killed and two 1 ale Ut MailSOU r ami others wounded in scattered action during the day In the I Corps area 402 miles north of Saigon elements of the South Vietnamese army 1st Infantry Division killed 33 Communists in fighting at two locations ner the town of Trung Luong Contd on Page 5 Friday the semiofficial newspaper Al Ahram todav cans predicted President Nix The Egyptian military comons veto awaited it F mand Friday had reported But Democrats were con three Israeli planes downed fldent a HouseSenate confer Al Ahram said that since ence committee would tone Egyptian military spokesmen down the estra costs are following a policy of estimated by Sen John J caution they did not mention Williams RDel at billion the fourth plane more than when the bm came The Egyptian military comto tne senate floor last week mand reported one Israeli air The conference committee raid but Al Ahram said there wlll receive the bill after the were three attacks at the Senate completes action which middle and southern sectors of it hoped to do today even If the canal forced to meet into the evening The raiding planes were Many Reforms Possible forced by ground fire to drop The lrst proposai up for a half their loads of bombs Into vote today was a tax reform the Suez Canal and to flee after propoSed by Sen Lee Metcalf a few seconds over Egyptian DMont to close a tax positions the newspaper said avoidance avenue of the rich The report said the Israelis wno write off paper losses on failed to hit any Egyptian their farms to reduce their taxes But scores of other reforms could be offered target Al Ahram said Egypt Contd on Page 5 holds Players At Tonight nty 0 j T T 1 Ill 1 TODC memorandum PARK State Police Lt William E Kim me said todav order and opinion were filed vesterday In the office of Prounteered information the investigation wo persons vol which mav thoQotary and Clerk of Court Calvin T Walker In his order Judge Smorto appoints Joseph W Mullin Esq council for Alfred Nardi Jr in the processing of the present petition for post convic tion relief with leave upon con sultation with the petitioner to file an amended petition if neces sary and with the risht to raise The congressmen refused to of the stabbing death of graduate talk with newsmen and even student Betsy Aardsma at the declined to reveal why they black prisoners enslaving white Fund Cipar who resides at inmates 627 Moore Street in Huntingdon The investigators began work has teen active in United Fund here several days after a Campaigns for several years and Charleston SC newspaper is serving as chairman of the released what allegedly were business and commerce division preliminary findings from a ta the current campaign similar investigation last sum Father Francis Ackerson mer general chairman reported that The Worlds of Shakespeare The paper charged a small ihe campaign is lagging with a specifically those of love and but well organized Black total or 34 1 per music as revealed in the time Panther type Negro organizaeent reported to date towards iess works of the literary mas tion enslaved white prisoners at a of 383317 The eleven ter will be given expression on the facility It was also Health and Welfare Agencies who the stage of Oiler Auditorium reported there were frequent are dependent on the United Fund at Juniata College this Saturday beatings and incidents of for mucjl of heir income will Dec 6 in a program beginning homosexualitv De forced to take a cut in alat pm locations for the second straight to all Bizarre Murder Story Unfolds LOS ANGELES UPI strange story of the Manson fam ily whose members are prime suspects in the bizarre Sharon Tate murders was described Friday to a county grand jury by a pretty 21yearold member But Susan Atkins now fears a mysti cal spell will be cast on her by the groups hypnotic leader Miss Atkins appeared before the grand jury without being granted immunity from prose cution She testified behind locked doors for two hours and 15 minutes relating her earlier The measure which started out as the most extensive reform of the nations tax laws in history has become so laden with benefits some Republicans said it left Nixon no choice but to reject it Contd on Page 5 once held his story of the band in black which she saw stab and shoot and Mil actress Sharon Tate and four others in August Miss Atkins was asked how Manson 35 followers Charlie would in effect conjur up a vision detrimental to her in his mind and then transfer it to her mind and then she would know if she is marked the attorney said Caballero persuaded the slim she felt about informing on the brunette to testify hoping her Admission is free Pennsylvania State University Miss Aardsma 22 of Holland Mich a graduate of the Univer sity of Michigan was stabbed to death at about 5 pm EST Nov 2S in the universitys Pattee Li brary Kimrnel did not sav if the two Contd on Page 2 WEATHER year unless the goal for the Featured in the twoact per campaign can be attained formance will be The Kaleldo Judgeelect Morris M Ter SCOpe Players of the State Theatre rizzi reported for the nom Of cew Mexico whose producer mating committee the slate of William Fegan is a 1948 graduate Atkins fears her testimony may oificers ana directors for the of Juniata College The pro corning year These persons duction comes to Juniata on weird nomadic cult whose members are accused in a total of eight senseless slayings Dead she replied before being escorted away by her attorney Richard Caballero Caballero said later Miss make her a through the marked woman black magic and Sunny and a little warmer 0 will be elected at the annual nationwide tour as part of the mysicai which Ite Bianca meetmg of the United Fund in National Humanities Series leader of the family com any other issues which mav be Persons volunteered the Ln today High mid 80s to low proper under the circum stances Nardi was convicted of first degree murder by a Huntingdon County Criminal Court jury on November 13 1954 The jury set the penalty at life imprisonment and the defendant was sentenced by Judge Swirles L Himes on Nov 19 1954 The jury of eleven men and one woman deliberated two hours and 13 minutes on a verdict Cortd on Page 5 formation were the two uniden tified men seen near the pros trate Miss Aardsma shortly after she was stabbed ones in the chest Miss Aardsma died within five minutes of the stabbing Contd on Page 10 40s Cloudy and not as cold tonight Low mid 20s to low 30s Cloudy and nild with a chance of rain Sunday Hijh mid 50s to low 40s Mondays outlook cloudy with occasion al rain Contd on Page 10 Saxton Man Is Injured hypnoticeyed Charles which is sponsored by the mune Woodrow Wilson Foundation In the first act depicting the world of love will be scenes Ends In unconventional Style from Shakespeares Henry the Fifth As You Like It Rich information would aid her In escaping the death penalty He said she cooperated fully with the 21 jurors telling them whatever they asked her about The prosecution is seeking indictments in the Tate mur ders and the murders of supermarket owner Leno La and his wife a night later in their exclusive Los Fellz district home Lodge Says Farewell In Paris PARIS Cabot Lodge retiring as chief UJS negotiator at the Vietnam peace talks said farewell today after nearly 11 months of fruitless conferences with the Viet Cong and the North Vietnamese Lodge scheduled to fly to Boston en route to his home at Beverly Mass was leaving Paris after heading the UjS delegation through more than 40 sessions of the deadlocked talks Resigning from his post for personal reasons at the age of 67 Lodge complained in the 45th session of the talks Thursday that no concrete progress had been made during his tenure Looking tired after his final meeting with the Communist negotiators Lodge Contd on Page 2 AHS Yuletide Musical On wo Xights Christmas is the theme for the Wintertime musical to be pre Rented by the department of music Huntingdon Area High School bn two nighr Friday December and Monday December 22 Herbert S Williams is direc and staging the aanual holiday nusic event and a number oi Iroups will be sharing ir the Irograms set each night for oclock In the high school uditorium Admission Is free of charge to the public To be featured are the Chora lirs Belles and Beaus Sopho Deadline Is Nearing For Vietnam Card List How many area servicemer ember 17 List 2 on November are spending this Christmas In 21 List 3 on December 1 Vietnam LIST 4 Thats a hard question to ans SSgt Bernard E Briggs wer Last year the list of names 172366309 and addresses totaled almost 150 355 MMS Dr 44 Box 142 This year with the list of 17 APO San Francisco CaL 96337 names today a total of 69 has PFC Blair B Brumbaugh been published 2103S44SS Are there fewer men from usthMPCo around here serving in Viet APO San Francisco CaL 96213 nam or are families and friends slow to sending them AC David P Cohenour to the Daily News FR 201333432 In any case the deadline for gjg CEs Box 3097 names is approaching Send APO San Francisco CaL 96368 yours NOW typing or printing clearly the name and address and state the relationship of the 210243481 sender to Cards to Vietnam ard the Third The Tempest and Othello The second act A Saxton man was injured and win explore the world of music two Ford pickups were damaged in scenes from The Merchant a total of 31200 in an accident of Venice Henry the Fifth yesterday on the Eagle Foundry Macbeth A Midsummer Mountain Road in TcddTownship NiShts Dream King Lear State Police said Robert Reed and rhe Taming of the Shrew Presentation Of Evidence Ends In Chicago 7 Trial CHICAGO UPI prosecution completed presentation of Ford 37 Altch R D was south The Kaleidoscope Players have bound on Legislative Route 31103 appeared at Juniata in years past its case against the Chicago Seven Friday on the trials 50th at 11 am driving a 1969 Ford with presentations of Androcles day The defense immediately asked for a directed acquittal pickup truck Glair Long 48 anci the Lion The World of Government presentation end Newtown R D 2 was northCarl Sandburg and Two By ed in the unconventional style be bound operating a 1965 Ford Five Two By Five was an which has been the hallmark of pickup adaptation of Edmund Rostands the trial The accident happened three Cyrano de Bergerac and The The announcement by US miles north of Broad Top City Romancers arranged by Dr EsAttorney Thomas A Foran that Kunstler asked Hoffman If As FordtravelledtowardBroad tner MDoyle professor of government rests came the defendants would be re It will be only as extensive as I permit It to be Hoffman The left fronts of the two trucks Contd on Page 5 Top he was rounding a sharp right glish at Juniata Dr Doyle served after US District Court Judge qulred to appear Monday the curve when he met the Long as directors of the kaleidoscope Julius J Hoffman shut off date set for consideration of the pickup in the middle of the curve in 1964 crossexamination by the de motton ST Yes sr l tMnk lts utilized in every SHOPPING that they be here state against these defendants DAYS LEFT 5 INSIDE THE NEWS Hoover produce all FBI reports on the defendants and alleged coconspirators including re ports resulting from electronic surveillance and the aJdresses of all agents and Informers Assistant US Attorney Rich ard Schultz called the request A fishing expedition a fantastic request Kunstler said the FBI Is a huge federal agency with an army of Informers and agents MSgt Loyd R Fisher CoC IstSFG Project Daily News Huntingdon APO San Francisco Cal 36331 Pa 16652 The newspaper ismostapprec SSg Ronald A Ford iative of persons and organi 173329788 ore Choir Treble ChoirBrass zations sending cards to the ser 3 43rd A V N D E T nsemble Bell Choir in addition vice personnel listed The first APO San Francisco Cal 96238 list appeared in the issue of Nov Contd on Pase n dancers and players Along The Juniata 7 Ann Landers 12 Classified Ads 10 11 Church Page 3 Comics 9 Crossword 11 Historical Sketches 6 Society Club 8 Sports 4 CHRISTMAS SEALS FIGHT EMPHYSEMA TUBERCULOSIS AND AIR POLLUTION Leonard Welnglass to the sald smlllng After when he persisted In a an j may grant your motlon Trial Resumes Monday Defendants Abbie Hoffman and Lee Weiner waved their hands in the air Ya ya yippie leader Hoffman said Well be waiting for that Judge Hoffman still smiling walked out the door line of questioning the Judge deemed improper Levity In The Court The judge dismissed the jury and asked defense attorneys If they had anything to say The defendants broke Into laughter and chief defense attorney William Kunstler said Just a sigh of relief your honor But Kunstler quickly added the motion for a directed verdict and said defense He said the defense cant possibly know the names of agents whose testimony might help the defendants case The government presented 54 witnesses in its effort to prove the defendants conspired to Incite riots during the 1968 Democratic national conven tion The trial transcript Earlier he quashed a defense already Includes nearly 10000 argument on the request would subpoena of confidential re cords of the Federal Bureau of Investigation and a demand that FBI Director J Edgar Hoover testify The subpoena cemanded pages of material which costs the government about a page An additional bill has been run up at the hotel where Contd on Page 5   

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