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   Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 17, 1964, Tyrone, Pennsylvania                                Tyrone Daily Herald 70 Per Copy October Number Phono 6844000 A KNIFE HANDLE protruding from her Jill talks to an ambulance attend ant while being rushed to a hospital in An assailant stabbed her in a sub way grabbed her purse and Doctors who removed the sixinch blade said missed her aorta by an inch and nicked her She was in critical News From Around Here JOHNSTOWN The Federal Aviation Agency FFA has allo cated to Johnstown Cambria County Municipal Air port representing the govern ments share of the anticipated cost of resurfacing and strengthening of SOMERSET A new industry which will employ an estimated 30 men within the next few months has been secured for the area through die efforts of the Chamber of Commerce and Somerset County Development A building for the op eration has already been leased and a public announcement of the location will be made JOHNSTOWN State at the direction of Wilson state police com are investigating that two Johnstown businessmen have received thr eats of damage to their build ings unless they stop displaying posters of Republican Cecil who is seeking Both men have been receiving unidentified telephone calls issuing the thr HOLLIDAYSBURG A check of voter registration cards in the Blair County board of elec tors office has revealed that 278 names of persons having registered for the election are The duplication list is reportedly the largest in several Duplications included 120 Rep 156 Democrats and two STATE COLLEGE State College Elks Lodges appeal for a catering club liquor license for its proposed club house in Harris along near was upheld in a decree filed Thursday by Judge Contd on Page 3 Majority Is Slim New British Leader Selecting Cabinet LONDON UPI Laborlte Prime Minister Harold Wilson spurned any mere caretaker role today and set out to run a hardhitting government despite his slim parliamentary Indications were that Wilson might have an edge of only three or four votes over the combined opposition in the new Wilson appointed the first sev en members of a sharply streamlined cabinet Friday less than three hours after being named prime min He appeared intent on fulfilling his campaign pledge to get Britain He promised to announce more cabinet appointments to day and to complete the list The ministers named Friday night were taking over their jobs this They were Foreign Secretary Patrick Gordon Econ omic Affairs Minister George leader of the House of Commons Herbert De fense Minister Denis Chancellor of the Exchequer James Lord Chan cellor Lord Gardiner and chief government whip Edward Contd on Page 3 US Underground Tesf Posfponed UPI The Atomic Energy Commis sion again postponed an oftde layed underground nuclear test near here today because of un favorable wind The AEC said the earliest possible time for the explosion to be set off would be Contd on Page 3 WINS A Labour Party leader Harold Wilson kisses his wife in as the vote count put the Conservative Party Citbtephvto On Founders Day John Meyer To Get Alumni Citation John Jones former president of the First Blair National will be presented an an nual Alumni Citation on 22 by Franklin Marshall Col a member of the class of is a trustee of die college as well as a trustee of Hood Also scheduled to receive the coveted citation will be James a member of the class of He has been a practicing surgeon in Lancaster since 1934 and heads the medical staff at Lancaster General He is one of two physicians considered top candidates for the presidency of the American Medical Meyer was a public school principal in Alexandria and Bel lefonte before entering the Contd on Page 3 File Damage Suit In Plane Crash PITTSBURGH Execu tors for the estates of two Brit ish Admiralty engineers killed in a plane crash nearly one year ago filed damage suits to taling in federal co urt Friday against theAltoona Aviation and its presid Paul Ian Weymouth and John Weymouth were killed 1963 when a single engine owned and operated by Altoona Avia crashed in an isolated area of central Pennsylvania while en route from Washing to University Gatenby and Mole chartered the flight to fly to the Pennsyl vania State University for a speaking Also killed in the mishap was the Mark of Contd on Page 3 Glassco Holds State Post Herbert wife of the administrator of Epworth Methodist Home for the Aged was reelected recording secretary of the Womans Christian Tem perance Union of Pennsylvania at the 90th convention at Wil liamsport on Contd on Page 3 Jenkins Arrest Record Known For Three Years WASHINGTON UPI The Secret Service knew more than three years ago that resigned White House aide Walter Jenkins had an arrest But it may not have known the arrest was on a morals ch It was learned Friday that the FBI informed the Service in that the longtime adviser and personal friend of President Johnson had been ar rested in The check by the FBI was made at the request of the Se cret Service while Jenkins was on Johnsons vice presidential The information given to the Service came from a fin gerprint file card which the FBI had received shortly after Whether or not there was any followup investigation could not be Both the Secret Service and the FBI declined to make any comment on re ports they knew about the ar rest who resigned his White House Job after public disclosure of the 1959 arrest and another one last 7 at the Washington is un der treatment for extreme fa tigue at a Washington hospi Republicans have made cam paign charges that Johnson covered up the facts about Jen kins although the President has said he never received any information about The latest charge came from former Vice President Richard who said Friday night in that there was nothing to be said about a President who would cover up for just as he covered up the Bobby Baker Earlier in the Denison GOP presidential nom inee Barry Goldwaters ca mpaign said the Jen kins case may help Kitchel told newsmen in Sioux that the Arizona senator did not plan to men tion the but I dont see how it can do anything but help Contd on Page 3 Peking Offers To Moke Up TOKYO UPI Red China exploded its longexpected atom bomb Then it offered to be friends again with the So viet Union and urged a world summit conference to banish nuclear weapons from the face of the Peking made both offers on its own Neither was like ly to be The nuclearban proposal made no provision for interna tional The Western powers have always argued that a nuclearban agreement is worthless unless it can be Chairman Mao Tzetung ca bled warm greetings Friday to the Soviet Unions new lead party chief Brez hnev and Premier Alexei Contd on Page 3 ADVISERS CONSIDER 4tHESE SOBERING HOURS WASHINGTON UPI President Johnson meets with his top military and diplomatic advisers today to consider sobering hours in the history of the worldRed Chinas nu clear test and the shakeup in die The Chief Executive canceled a scheduled weekend campaign trip to Texas because of the international He was to confer at noon EOT with the National Security White House sources said Johnson planned a series of similar conferences over the weekend on foreign He told an airport crowd at Cincinnati during a short campaign swing through southwest Ohio Friday night these are sober ing hours in the history of the officials doubted that either of the two events Chinas nuclear test or Nikita Khrushchevs caused by the They were regarded as a momentous coin Profound Effects Together their effects on the world would be al though these effects might be a long time The Kremlin change left great questions as to how East and West would not proceed on major issues between Southeast payment of United Na tions Officials expect a pause in EastWest while the new Kremlin leadership goes through a shake down Administration sources saw a possibility of new overtures by the Kremlin to settle Russias bitter dispute with But it was noted that this dispute has been so deep that easy so lutions may be Johnson moved quickly Friday to calm world cially in Chinas nuclear Reaffirms Pledge The United States reaffirms its defense commitments in he said in a television Even if Communist China should eventually develop an effective nuclear acpabil that capability would have no effect upon the readiness of the United States to respond to requests from Asian nations for help in dealing with Communist Chinese Johnson said the low yield nuclear blast in western China Contd on Page 3 New Soviet Regime Says Peaceful Coexistence Policy To Be Continued NEWS DIGEST VATICAN CITY The controversial issue of birth control may be excluded from the Ecumenical Councils long awaited debate on the posit ion of the church in the modern it was reported PARIS President Charles de Gaulle was to meet today with Premier Georges Pompidou and other key advisers to seek assessment of recent developments in the Communist LOS ANGELES John Kenneth former ambassador to India under the late President has characterized Leonid Brezhnev as a effective organi zation DETROIT United AUto Workers union and American Motors negotiators return to the main bargaining table today in an effort to reach agreement on three key Issues and end a strike by approximately SAIGON Viet Nam Fitting between government troops and Communist guerrillas raged around this capital city today and losses were reported heavy on both a former hurricane downgraded to a minor low pressure system and absorbed by a larger one over North moved north across a rainy Virginia Friday WASHINGTON UPI Reconnaissance flights by the high flying U2 spy plane may have played a role in obtaining for the United States advance information on Red Chinas first nuclear Here District Governor To Visit Rotarians Melvin Martins governor of Rotary Dis trict will make his offic ial visit to the Tyrone Rotary Club on Monday and speak at the regular meeting of the club at the Villa at With President George dley he will hold a club assem bly of com mittee and members immediately following the re gular During the afternoon he will visit various points of interest in Tyrone and accom panied to Tyrone by his who will be entertained by the Rotary Anns of the Tyrone Hartman has been in the ser Continued on Page 5 Campaign Tempo Slows Barry In LBJ Af Capital By United Press International Republican presidential nominee Barry Goldwater had the presidential campaign hustings all to himself fol lowing President Johnson by a day into Goldwater planned speaking appearances in Can Akron and Youngstown before returning to Washington on Friday All of the stops were in industrial areas of the state which are usually Democratic Johnson returned to Washing ton Friday night after campaign appearances in Dayton and both of which are normally considered GOP The President sched uled cancelled political ac tivities today to confer with his advisers on recent develop ments in the Communist Goldwater made his first ma jor campaign statement on civ il rights Friday night at a dollara plate dinner in Chic He called the busing of Contd on Page 3 By HENRY SHAPIRO MOSCOW UPI The new Soviet regime reaffirmed today that it would continue exPremier Nikita Khrushchevs peaceful coexistence with the Its stiff line toward Com munist China may but not It denounced the deposed Khrushchev himself as hare Todays issue of the Soviet Communist party news underlined the reassurances given by ambas sadors in the United Nations and other Pravda upheld the principle of peaceful coexistence between states with differing social or ders as advanced by Pravda said the new govern ment of party First Secretary Leonid Brezhnev and Premier Alexei Kosygin will pursue an active line for the convocations of an international meeting of all Communist Planned Meeting Khrushchev had planned a midDecember meeting of 26 key Communist Kh rushchev intended the meeting to arrange a Communist world summit conference which would expel Red China from the Com munist This 15 meeting may be postponed or toned But the differences between China and Russia are too profound with national and racial rivalry to be solved in the foreseeable Red Chinese chairman Mao having exploded his atomic cabled the Krem lin Friday during a return to Maos It was believed that Brezhnev and Ksoygin were impressed neither by Maos message nor COLE composer of such popular songs as Night And Day and Begin The is dead at He died in Johns Santa follow ing kidney by his Khrushchev is understood to have remarked Contd on Page 3 WEATHER Western Pennsylvania Cl oudy south and considerable cloudiness north portion this morning with intermittent light rain southeast portion clearing this afternoon and Little change in temperature High in the 70s except 65 to 70 extreme east Cooler Low in die Sunday partly cloudy and a little cool er extreme Man Found Dead In Burning Field PHILIPSBURG The body of Hugh of was found in a burning field be hind the home of a Miss Katherine at Ma dera Clearfield County Deputy Coroner William Strange term ed the death as accidental and probably due to a heart seizure and contributing fac tors from the The body was found in the field with burns over the lower part of his and his clo thing was A few minutes the vic tim who was visiting his had gone out to burn a card board box in which a grocery Contd on Page 3 Melvin Hartman Eleven Convicts Flee Jail UPI Eleven prisoners overpowered a guard and escaped die Madi son County Jail early Four were quickly Deputy Cantrell said a guard carrying the keys to the jail was overwhelmed and many prisoners swarmed to Contd on Page 3 Integration Roundup Grand Jury Indicts 6 Georgia Klansmen By United Press International A federal grand jury Friday indicted six Georgia Ku Klux Klansmen on charges of intimi dation and violence against Ne Four of the men were the same ones arrested by the FBI during its Investigation last summer of the shotgun murder of Lemuel a prominent Negro educa tor who was killed July 11 while riding along a north Georgia FBI agents at arrested three of the Two others were free on bonds they posted earlier and the sixth James is being held in jail awaiting trial on charges of murdering Two of the Klansmen indicted FridayHebert a ga rage and Joseph How ard tried by a state Oontdon Page 3 PbilOsc 19 TyrwwlS Btllwood 58 Hratfagta 0 Hollidoysbvrg 27 Rkhlmd 0 AltooM21 Boovor Falls 12 WilliaMsbvrg 27 JMtata Valloy 0 PmxsirtawMy 7 Cloarfiold 6 Stato Gollogo 19 HmtfagtfMl2 Lock Havoi 21 Lowlstowi 0 V   

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