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Daily News (Newspaper) - March 5, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania CLASSIFIED ADS DIAL MISS CLASSIFIED 6434040 or 5424641 VOL 48 THE DAILY NEWS Pa 17126 KDiE CEKTI COM Huong It AW Hurt US Witt Not Tolerate AtHicks No7th Viet told To Curb New Offensive WASHINGTON UPI President Nixon The President said ihjs1 SAIGON UPnSoiilh Vi put North Vietnam on notice today to curb new offensive which has doubled HUNTINGDON AND MOUNT UNION PA WEDNESDAY MARCH 5 1969 Terrorist Try Fails In Saion Two Astronauts Ride Moon Landing Craft resoo Chief E would be bin the 65 was not hurt continued Communist strikes at phase uie pflsilions snd SotitlVhavfi hard baiEainine on me towns however lhemajor points of difference L Ihe captured two of the war tended T v i ir three terrorists who with a ioommaie the questionanriaiv pistol and a mine tried to kill lunis n ailfl to be trying several approachesthe prime minister One was whiJh iSVin htvier caS Jf in a South Vietnamese current otlensive represenieo a ce tabe in peace ai the n a aboll uniform fle insisted not end but that somewhat Hiese attacks will be made Russia they continue 0C En IOT Met With Reporters jn parj5 jas sundav His Deadlock Stops State Assembly HARRISBURG UPI The House and Senate today remained deadlocked on intertwin tors vidnamesp rcparters in a onehour televised roference to talk largely about wno his recent European trip swlkl mm IH Aganst tne ihe war In Both Middle East And Vietnam lldayod nationwide President Nguvcn Caokv Hls references to appronisls later reportedthat oif him of new undelerr0r squads to hit Saiann ln Continued On Page Five Nixon Feels Russia May Turn Out As Peacemaker As the terrorisis struck military communiques saidj American soldiers had killed 107j Communists in two fierce i battle Tuesday on approaches to the city The fights cost the lives of three Council Has Third Land Application delphia schools prepayment of bus and reenactment of the 6 per cent sales tax Both Republicans and Demo crats stood firm on their re spective plans to finance the educational measures But House Majority Leadei Rep K Leroy Irvis DAlleghe ny issued a statement in which he accused the Republicans oi to maie deals on IJie WASHINGTON UPH President Nixon Joupling optimism for world peace with a harsh varning to Hanoi has come to the cautious ronclusion the Russians may yet turn out to be eacemakers in both the Mideast and Vietnam a 53minute news confer Candidate In addition the guerrillas shelled about 30 mare towns and bases bringing a warning from President Nixon of api ipropriafe response if the Communist offensive continues Borough Council in Dead i tie For Petitions Is Rearing Deadline for the filing of nomination petitions is near Ing the Huntingdon County Election Board warned to day that only six days re main for securing of sig natures on petitions Pennsylvania election laws require that nomina tion petitions be filed with the board next Tuesday March 11 Officials said to day that the petitions must be in the hands of the board by the time the office in the courthouse c 1 o s e s on that date pm The board announced to day that the Dudley polling place for the May 20 Pri mary has been changed from the Methodist Church to the new boroueh building All necessary arrangements have In ence televised from the White House Tuesday night Nixon fielded a barraze of foreign policy questions and for his countrymen and the world to hear made these points I United Stales will not tolerate1 increased hostilities in jVietnam during the peace talks jand will make an appropriate jresponse1 if the Communist offensive continues European trip was a to summit talks i with the Russians at a later time Use Us Influence Soviet Union will usej jits influence to calm the West IBerlin situation rather than hurl the prospects for summit talks i is no great opti Imism for improved relations jwith Red China in the j immediate future j has reached the conclusion that the Union will plsy a i peacemaking role noi only in lhe Mideast but in Vietnam The idea of sendins a to the Valican HARRY W STUART Stuart Eyes Justice Of Peace Post i Accoroma io ticne Harry btuarl of Cromwell Communication facilities Continued On Page Six By Red Cross Unit Emergency Shelters Envisioned council chambers A variety of routine business was handled at the relatively short session The application for annexation was presented by Huntingdon Business and Industry Inc for a piece of land bordering the Juniata River and South Fourth Street in Smithfield Township Previously Ihe council had been petitioned concerning rwo parcels of land located in Onetda Township In a related report it was pointed out that the sewer and water survey for Taylor Red Cross disaster chairman Highlands has not been formal Walfer Eichensehr revealed completed a meeting of the board of dii The newest application was rectors of Huntingdon Chapterreferred to the borough solicitor JasLnight that preliminary planj President John T Pleck pre ning is under way for the eslabsided at the business meeting lishmenl of emergency shelterswjth the following cotmcilmen in the Huntingdon area j present Lester Palmer C F In conjunction with Civil DejEngiish Pau Cook MuL ense Red Cross has decided Lloyd Bnmner Kenneth Decker that an feeding staj lion will be set up in the Most Continued On Page Six Holy Trinity Church parish hall where emergency lighting and For Fire Station cooking facilities are available It is estimated thai between 200 and 300 persons could be1 cared for at one time j One emergency shelter loca lion will be in Si James Lutheri an Church and others are io be established soon matter The Republicans are trying to make tlie Pennsylvania Leg islalure a huge used car lot in which all business is con ducted my making deals1 Irvis said Worst Kind We specifically reject this at tempt as the worst kind of leg islative logrolling As long as I am majority leader in the House all legislation will be judged on its merits not on what you can get for it as a result of a deal Conlinued On Page Three THE WEATHER Sunny and cool today High temperature middle and upper 30s Clear and cold again tonight with lows of 12 tit u Thursday mostly sunny and a little warmer High temperature upper to lower 40s Fri day outlook cloudy with rain developing and sea sonable temperatures To Head Club First US Transfer In Space NORMAN 1 SMITH Rotariaiis Elect New Pres Norman J Smith prijicipal of tlie Huntingdon Area High SPACE CENTER Houston UPI Two jApollo P astronauts one j fighting off space sick noss crawled through a o2inch wide tunnel from their mothership into its attached lunar landing craft today and televised back from or bit a pilots view of the inside of the Spider Uiat lands on the moon Commander James A McDi vitt and space rookie Russell L Scluveickarl were spending about ninp hours in lhe moon lander pulling it Ihrmiph the firsi of three days of tests thai may fell whether or not Americans can land moon this summer on School was elected president David R Scott siavpri of the Huntingdon Rotary Club at the Tuesday election Other officers named are M J Scialabba first vice presi dent the Rev Norman D Crews second vice president Stanley Cipar and John E 1 JJ IIIMI1B OI PannebaKer directors Robpreliminary tests home televi in the coin ma nd ship o maintain a vigil while his space chums gave the lander Ihev call Spider its first orbital work out with men at the controls TV Show After nearly three hours of ert Hornbaker secretaryLreas Conlinued On Page Two An interesting program was presented by three young speakers from Uie Huntingdon schools who were the winners in tlie Kiwanis Club oratorical contest David Miller who placed irsl in the contest spoke on What Is Your Huntingdon bounty IQ He cited many in teresting facts from Hunting dons past which are seldom thought of and kncnvn by com paratively few today Continued On Page Two Firemen In Mount Union Plan Open House Sunday According to Eichensehr i facilities are t oi m noldin and medical sup Mount Union r ire Company s new modjfeet in size with an allmodernj violation of an i Research Strike Held By Students Heeding the call of three Massachusetts Institute of Tech nology professors for a oneday research strike hundreds of students and teachers across the nation held seminars Tuesday on tie governments emphasis of military needs in alloling research funds Campus demonstrations took a more familiar turn at Florida State University T u e s d a y where lielmeteri police carrying fixed bayonets on their carbines arrested fiO students of a group of 100 holding a rally in Everything For A Reason Crewman Tells Of His Torture CORONADO Calif UPI Some USS iieblo sailors refused orders of North Korean uarci and got away with it Others were tor ured but there was s reason for it says a sailor ho took one of the worst beatings the Commu lists dished out today w hear testimony from They didn t do anything Capt John R Brock an expert bout having a reason behind onsea law from the Navy judge i Communications Technician advocate generals office C Eari M Kisler 22 St The court adjourned in the xuiE told a Navy court oi afternoon while Uie admirals xjuiry Tuesday privately studied almost 2600 Kisler whose face still bore pages of testimony on the he scars of North Korean fists Pueblos capture Jan 23 1968 nd shoes said his beating wasand the conduct of her men psychological w e a p o n during 11 months in a North igainst the rest of the crew It Korean prison j rorked Several Puebio sailors A Navy spokesman withdrew ave testified that the sight of an earlier forecast that teslimo after his torture frightny would end about the middle iied them into writing propaof next week He said the anda statements for the North admirals now plan to recall koreans some witnesses to cover gaps in The fiveadmiral court met Continued On Page Five New Law Partnership Himes Himes Opens tice of the peace in the fourth district of Hunting don County The election will be held on Tuesday May 20 i Stuarl has served as justice ol tiie peace in both Cumberland and Mifflin Counties He also hss served as constable school director and Republican com mitieeman He has attended the Pennsylvania Extension School for Magistrates and holds the criminal and civil attainment diplomas He received his secondary ed ucation in Parkesburg High School and Blair Academy Blairstown J He has a bus iness administration education received at W J Col lege Washington Pa and F M College Lancaster Stuart also has taken the Dale Carne gie course in public speaking Continued From Page Three oper At the present the greatest need is personnel to implement the work And Eichensehr ex pects to contact frst aid groups fo ask for their assistance this phase of the disaster proi day March n from 1 pm untilioodcock and Emor Tilson the company and will also meet the compa nys needs in the future Area residents are invited attend the open house on Suni Rjchard Forsythe Richard jl INSIDE THE NEWS 16 pm All visitors will receive free souvenirs and light refresh incuts Persons inspecting this attrac located at the front of the build ing There are four storage rooms Also located in the new station is a scuba team room 8 by 11 feel a radio room for radio monitoring and public address live onestory structure with a equipment The hose storage 95 foot buff colored front will be and drving room will provide On hand to greet area citizens amazed the number of con rooms The committee responsible for making arrangements for this event include Ken Trout The engine or apparatus room Along The Juniata 12 ivill be members of the nre and the various Min Landers 10 i company and the Ladies Aux Classified Ads 15 iliary to the fire company Comics 14 Crossword Puzzle 15 Obituaries 2 Society Andl Club News 11 Spons 4 provide diying area for 1000 feel of hose and space for the firemens boat There are two modern restrooms man chairman Herbert pieces of equipment contains 3400 square feet ofj Tne building is gas heated and fluorescent lighting throughout plus a complete Wux an allgirls school jn Bronxville NY 60 but four of them over the Administration Building early today to protest a tuition hike of which goes into effect next September The demonstration was Jed by the campus Students for a Democratic Society which has about a dozen members on the 600student campus In Rochesler NY buildings at two schools were under Continued On Page Six space room for six pumpers and two ambulances eight Rosensteel Fred Appleby Jrj The meeting room is 20 by 30 iliary lighting system for emer gency use Continued On Page Five Tne association o Swirles and James E Himes as artners in the law firm of1 limes A Himes was announced oday Tne two father and son lave offics located at 222 5enn Street Huntingdon Attorney Swiries L Himes is he immediate past president i udge of the 20th Judicial Disl rict of Pennsylvania having etired December 1 19S8 after 5 years on the bench Tlie enkr partner of the firm at tended public school in Shade Gap and Orbisonia graduated from Juniata College in 1927 and from Dickinson School of Law in 1931 He was admitted Io practice before the Supreme Court and the Huntingdon County Bar in 1932 The former judge was engaged in the ac tive practice of law from 1932 until 1953 at which time he was elected to the position of pre sident judge Continued On Page Five i Easier Seal Stick Bread Day Is Sunday What is French Slick Bread anyway When Sunday March 9 rolls around and high school students icome knocking at your door with I hot bread for sale youll be saying Whats it all about As part of the annual Hunting idon County Easter Seal Fund campaign the idea of giving the people something for their do nation on a doortodoor drive was suggested and slick bread came to mind With fine coop eration from Marhoefer Baking Company of Altoona volunteer from the various clubs Huntingdon interested Depot a bread salewill be started in the area Sunday with hopes that it will grow into a countywide pro ject French Stick Bread is a long Continued On Page Three New Hall Has Modern Facilities Open housre will be held at the new modern station of Uie Mount Union Fire Company on Sunday March 9 from pm until 6 pm Ken Troutman chairman at the open house committee extends fin invitation to all residents in he area to this attractive structure At Saxton Cotuieilmeii View Sewage Plant Types Three representatives from Lyco Systems Inc and the pilot that flew them in from Williams port were present at the regular meeting of the Saxton Borough Council last evening to show slides of the types of Lyco sew age treatment installations available William Russell vice presi dent and genera manager Gor don Miller chief sales engineer and John Poffenhcrger sales representative presented a his tory of their organizations phe nomenal growth since its incep tion in May 1067 showed slides of various kinds of waste wa Ler installations from various points of view and explained the construclion materials used by Lyco Systems which they stat ed can be less expensive than regular concrete sewage treat ment systems Housing Units George Moyle of Saxlon was present fromthe Bedford Coun ty Planning Commission to ask councilnien to consider estab lishing and passing a building code for Saxton Moyles pro posal involved the construction of a 20unit senior citizen houg Continued On Page Three ;