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Daily News (Newspaper) - January 16, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania CLASSIFIED DIAL MISS CLASSIFIED 6434O40 or 5424641 E 17126 VOL 47 NINE CEMTI FEE COPT HtnVTINGDON AND MOUNT UNION PA THURSDAY JANUARY 161969 Phone 643404O NO 299 Could Return To Earth On Friday Soviet Space Ships Dock Switch Men Israel To Fight Lebanese Buildup Ordered A new Lebanese government dedicated to a militant policyillon MOSCOW UPI Two manned Soviet space ships docked today in orbit the first time such a maneuver had ever been parried out After exchanging crew members in another his toric first the two Soyuz vessels disengaged and went their separate ways For one hour two ot the three crew members from the space ship Soyuz 5 had walked in space as their vehicle remainedj locked together with Soyuz 4 to form what the official news agency Tass called the worlds Dormer Afire firsl experimental space toward Israel took over lodayi The ships remained linked and ordered a defensive buildupfrom am EST to am on Israeli borders In Tel hours and a half It had Defense Minister said Israel will back with an iron attacked by Arabs Dayan said his country waswould land FiidaJ not ready for a phony peace at Between the linkup any price Premier Rashid Kara mi said the four point program for Lebanons ri e w government calls for compulsory military conscription for all Lebanese young men and women fortifi cation of Lebanons border villa ges on the Israeli frontier coordination of L e b a n o ns Libr sta i Disaster Is Averted The historic MoMurtrie Man sion at Fourth and Penn Streets Huntingdon home of the Hunt ingdon County Library came within an inch of dcstruc by fire shortly before 3 Continued On Page Eleven Moshe Dayan been expected they would keep hilling remain linked for some time fist if but informed sources in Moscow said the Iwo capsules probably foreign policy with the Arab bloc and agreement to abide by decisions of the Arab League and Arab summit conferences Karami member named he new 16 cabinet Wednesdav nighl following a week of Continued On Page Two General Finance Gives Juiiiala Check For S800 Dr dent John N Stauffer presi Juniata nounced that the College General Personnel Moves Made At Southern The hiring of ihree new facul ty members and approval in changes of responsibilities of several teachers was discussed at the meeting of the Southern Huntingdon County School Board held Wednesday evening January 15 Also discussed was lie pos sibility of initiating a program of fluoride tablets being given to elementary students After President Lemar Kline called the meeting to order minutes of the previous meel ing were read and approved The financial report was given and bills were presented and approved for payment nance Service Corporation of Huntingdon has presented Juni ata with an grant Stauffer said that the money will be applied to tiie cost of the College Center which is presently under construction on the Juniata campus The Col lege Center is part of the Juni ata Margin of Difference campaign The check was presented to the College by James Thomp son Si president of General Finance Thompson a Hunting Presidents Development Coun cil at Juniata pm Smoke from Ihe blaze high in the dormer above the Fourth Street side of the library was seen by Ralph P Forr clerk in the Pennsylvania Liquor Store who turned in the alarm Firemen from all tluee Hunt ingdon companies were prompt to respond The blaze was confined lo the thirdfloor dormer window al though smoke at times poured from the vents eaves and the opening on the east side of the building simultaneously At tinies flames could be seen by the pedestrians along the street The Huntingdon fire compan ies sent all their rolling stock to the scene pumpers from No1 I No 3 and the Hook and der two service trucks the ambulance and the civil defense truck The operation was in charge of Gilbert Jr assistant fire Mountain chief Firemen kept on fhe scene for about an hour while men at Continued On Page Fourteen 24 Dcdd 1 Missing 85 Injured Navy To Repair Carrier Quickly PEARL HARBOR UPI The Navy pro ised prompt repair of the explosionwrecked members heard a listing andjUSS Enterprise today but would hazard no esti report on taxes and exoneramate of ihe time or cost involved tions Prompt Action Confines Blase Firemen from atop the Huntingdon Hook and Ladder Company high lift pour into the dormer window on the Fourth Street side of the Huntingdon County Li brary Wednesday afternoon to extinguish Hames started by a flue fire Prompt action by citizens and firemen averted a major disaster The library was closed when the fire occurred LBJ Warns Of PriceWage Problem Highly Prosperous 1969 Predicted By President OnBroad Top Game Lands Mapped For Tourist Use Plans for Pennsylvania a project 500 Game Commis sion hunting and driving area in the Broad Top were revealed to the Huntingdon County Planning Commission at its regular ses sion last evening in the court house George Burdick land man UPI President Johnson today prosperous economic year in worried Congress the nation must find some way to punch a hole in the ever expanding pricewage balloon We must find a way of combining our prosperity with price stability Johnson told Congress in his final economic message Reconciling these two objectives is the biggest remaining overall economic challenge facing the nation The President said the economy enjoyed loo big a year in hut predicted the economic gains in I960 will not and should not be as large as those in I9fi8 But thev will still make for a agement assistant for the Southihighly prosperous year he town Regional Blood Center Central Division sylvania Game of the Penn CommiKsion and William H Shaffer one of four land management officersstability in the division presented plans1 said He called on Congress to take a decisive step toward price Several visitors were present to discuss bus route changes The board discussed and ac cepied the recommendations I AnotherHem of old was the repair of an old Ford bus After discussion it wasi decider to trade ihe bus in on a new one in lime for Ihe 196070 school year rather than lo un dertake cosily repairs The final decision on the sn lution lo an increase in the costi INSIDE THE NEWS Almanac B Ann Landers 5 Classified Ads 15 Comics 13 Crossword Puzzle 15 Columnists 6 Editorials 6 Stock Market 2 The cause of the devastation triggered by an explosion bcnealh a fighterbomber on the ships flight deck Tuesday was not known Disaster investiga tors and cleanup crews worked sidebyside today on the shattered deck of the Enter prise worlds largest warship The casualty toll stood at 2 Obituaries 2 of hauling surplus fond for thej Society And Club News 10 cafeterias will be made at next Sports 4 Continued On Page Two Sunday School Lesson 9 dead one jinjured A missing and 85 search was aban doned at sunset Wednesday for the missing crewman Three of the most seriously Continued On Page Fourteen for the 3000acres holding the Broad Top jfrom hjs Located just west of Eagle Ad visors Foundry between that com munity and the Little Valley road the land lies mostly in Carbon and in Todd Townships At present it contains 28 food plots for game situated on about 25 and a half acres plant ed with small grains and grass voluntary panied his with a report council of Economic which called for a effort by both busi 112 Pints Of Blood Given By Inmates Inmates at the Slate Correc tional Institution in Huntingtlo were responsible for the sue Unmarked Round Table Is Basis For Agreement PARIS UPI The United Slates an nounced today agreement had been reached with the Communists to sil at an unmarked round table and the expanded talks on the Viet nam War would begin Saturday after more than wo months of bickering Sotilh Vietnams Foreign Mi nister Tran Thanh in Saigon mmedialcly proclaimed i t looks like victory Observers n Paris said it appeared there lad been concessions to the Communists to get ihe talks started before President John son leaves office on Jan 20 The bickering centered around ihe Communist demand that the Viet Cong and the Foster Still Critical Over 50 Are Interviewed In Probe delecates have at a rnnnri at a lound table Hanoi stalus US and Saigon position called for a two sided vs a table of any shape preferably rectangu lar The final decision announced by a US spokesman called for a round table with no markings nameplates or flags lo indicate how many separate negotiating teams were present and two nearby rectangular fables for Hie secretarial fo preserve the allied two sided approach US spokesman William Jor den told a news conference thai full agreement has been reached on all procedures and Ihe talks will begin this Saturday at am Continued On Page Two eaualU Ovcr S0 Persons have already ibeen interviewed in connection cess of Wednesdays visit of the bloodmobile from Ihe Johns Tusearora Entries Are Among Best Huntingdon County 4H young sters again demonstrated their prowess in square dancing by capturing blue ribbons in two classifications during the Folk Dance Festival at the Permsyl vania Farm Show The two county entries are from the Huntingdon County 4H Recreation Team In competition for groups un der 17 years of age the Swinging in with the investigation of a Wat erslreeL service station robbery early Sunday morning in which Morris Township man was rilically injured by a blow on he head Slate Police said that more iersons are slated for inter iews today and some will be reinterviewed as the allout robe remains in high gear Investigators burned the mid ight oil on the investigation last ight and every lead is being onsidered by police assigned to ie case State Trooper Thomas Ruegg is heading the probe Wallace D Foster 49 atten ant at the allnight DeVore Gulf ervice Station at Waterstreet ernains in extremely critical ondition today at Conemaugh Hospital Johnstown No change has been notedIn osiers condition After more ban 96 hours he has not re Oained consciousness He re nains motionless on his bedhi he intensive care unit at mspital relatives reporj Daily being msde to Jolyis own by membersof the victims Continued 6n Page Two Column Ambushed ness and labor to dampen wage and price hikes The recommended voluntary restraints would be made on the basis of guidelines which would ask labor unions In cut contract costs from Ihe nearly 7 per cent The Huntingdon Chapter of Ihe American Red Cross to day revealed that 112 units of blood were collected two pints more than the quota for the day of 110 Harry T Russell superinten dent and his stiff at the insti Continued On Page Fourteen OH 1U11 Oliia II glCililJ n 111 fa I es for game feed is average raises of lo around tj rrii iC n turned every fifth or sixllf and the plantings rotated At present Burdick noted the area contains an estimated seven and Ail In addition would be asked a half miles of roads Continued On Page Eleven cause by soaking up the first 1 rer cent of any wage increase xifore raising their prices Johnson dismissed the idea of orced government price and wage controls calling them a dead end for economic free dom and progress He said the government alone could not curb inflation with Continued On Page Twelve Huntingdon Firemen Get New Ambulance Huntingdons new CadillacSuperior ambulance placed in service today The 1969 model the finest ob tainable was delivered to Ihe Ambulance Division of fhe Huntingdon No 2 and Hook and Ladder Fire Companies yesterday While the firemen paid spot cash for the new ambulance contributions from area residents wishing to help wilh the purchase of the new equipment will be ap preciated division officials said businessmen to help the Sun Causes Crash The bright sun was blamed for a twocar accident last evening on the Charter Oak Road in Barree Township No person was injured in the mis lap State Police said Donald S Wilson 39 Hunting don RD 2 was southbound at pm on Legislative Route 31067 the road leading from Mooresville to Route 26 Judith R AM 22 Petersburg R D 1 also was southbound driving a 1963 Buick sedan Both drivers were blinded by the sun as they came over the crest of a hill The car operated by thewoman crashed into the rear of the 1965 Boick sedan driven by Wilson Damage to the rear ot the Wil son vehicle was set at while the right front of the Aho auto was damaged about Parson Named Chairman Of Section Leonard W Parson power use advisor for Valley Rural Elec tric Cooperative Huntingdon vbs elected vice chaiiTnan of the Pennsylvania Rural Electric Member Services Section at its third annual meet ing held yesterday in Harris burg Fred Fiester manager of member services Claver ack Electric Cooperative Inc Towanda was named chairman of the section and Gil Evans Gettysburg Adams Electric Co Continued On Page Fourteen Squares captured a blue ribbon and in the open class competi tion the Checkmates also won a blue ribbon Tusearora Farm of Neelyton Huntingdon County was among the big w i n n e r s at the Farm Show nn Wednesday In the judging of Shorthorn beef cattle Tusearora Alpha Ramsden 21 si was named the reserve champion female Ear lier she was named junior cham pion Tusearora Crimson May l2th was selected as the reserve jun ior champion In the judging of Shorthorn hulls Tusearora Comrade won the reserve senior cham pion honors and Tusearora Roy Continued On Page Eleven Increasing cloudiness today with high lempcralures in the upper 20s to middle 30s Clnu dy and warmer tonight with light rain or freezing rain de veloping Inward morning Low temperatures in the middle and upper 20s Friday cloudy windy and warmer with scat tered showers High tempera tures moslly in the 4fls Home For AFS Student Sought In Huntingdon Flyers have been distributed at Huntingdon Area High School announcing the search for a home for an American Field Service student for the 196970 school year Mrs Walter S Smith mem ber for home selection for the Huntingdon chapter of Amer ican Field Service has signed the announcement which reads as follows The Huntingdon chapter of American Field Service invites you to discuss with your parents the possibility of being Huntingdons host family for an AFS student during the coming school year Here is a chance for you family lo share its daily living with a teenager who will brin with him a fascinatingly differ ent life and culture Is your family eligible Both parent must be 37 years of age or old er and living at home Thei employment must be during th normal daytime working hours Talk with your family If yot all agree that you want b learn more about this excilin opportunity fill in the form be low Any famiy in the comniur ity not reached toy the h i g school flyer is invited t contact Mrs Smith 271 Stand Continued On Page Fourteen 2 American Copters Are Shot Down SAIGON orces shot down two American lelicopters killing five crew men and then ambushed a US nfantry column attempting one of the crash sites in icavy jungle military spokes men said today Twelve American infantrymen were wounded in the lighting 225 miles northeast of Saigon Wednesday Elsewhere in Vietnam Com nunist gunners attacked two Mekong Delta province capitals and sent 50000 gallons of gasoline up in flames in a attack against a US Air fuel dump at the central lighlands city of Pleiku In Saigon today LFS Ambas sador Ellsworth Bunker said Ztommunisls in South Vietnam nave the capacity to launch new leavy attacks and may do so in Continued On Page Two Two Held In Schellsburg Bank Holdup BEDFORD Pa Lancaster Pa men who re ported their car stolen to State Police at the State Farm Show in Harrisburg were arrested early today in connection with a bank holdup near here Julian E Wayman 24 and George Tomlinson 24 were held under bond each in Bedford County Jail charged with the robbery of the Shellsburg Branch of the First National Bank of Bedford Police said two bancts en tered the bank around 11 am Wednesday One of them drew a revolver and ordered teller Robert Horning hand over the money A witness noted the license number of the green sedan in which the bandits made their getaway and the number was traced to Wayman The pair was arrested after they went to the stale police Continued On Page ;