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Daily News (Newspaper) - May 16, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania CLASSIFIED ADS DIAL MISS CLASSIFIED 6434040 or 5424641 THE DAILY NEWS Library Education Build n VOL 48 NINE CENTS HUNTINGDON AND MOUNT UNION MAY 16 1969 PHONE 6434040 NO 91 North Vietnam Brands Nixon Plan As Absurd Speakers Protest Involvement In War Juniata College students display ing various degrees of interest and support sprawled on the Oiler Hall lawn yesterday during the conduct of a peace rally on the campus Attendance varied during the day with most on normal class attendance of the students carrying Seeking End Of WarIn Vietnam Juniata Students At Meeting Hold Peace Rally The first organizational meet UF Plans Outlined The first organizational meet ing of 196970 United Fund Cam paign Leadership was held re cently at the Penn Hunt Hotel A review of the overall campaign plan for 1969 was pre sented by H Gerald Quigg a member of the Campaign Cab inet David G Kunz Chairman of the Budget Committee of the United Fund and president of the J B Kunz Company re viewed preliminary estimates of agency needs for 1970 and out lined the functions and problems of the Budget Committee Samuel E Gordon Boy Scout Executive and spokesman for the eleven Health and Welfare agencies included in the Hunt ingdon County United Fund point ed out the many worthwhile ser vices provided by the agencies and pledged the support of all agency personnel in the forth coming campaign William E Swigart Jr speak ing on behalf of the Board of Directors of the United Fund in the absence of the Board president Luke C Reily stress ed the need for more cooperation and understanding between the agencies and the United Fund as a means of accomplishing more and better things throughout the county The Reverend Francis A Ackerson campaign chairman Contd on Page 5 Juniata College students today conducted an all day rally for peace and against the war in Vietnam Sitting in front of Oiler Auditorium on the grass the students who varied in number from 100 to 500 listened to rock music Interspersed with speakers calling for an end of the war in Vietnam The student organizing com mittee had originally called for a boycott of classes but instead the audience drifted in and out of the rally on their way to and from classes A spokesman for the group explained that they had no affiliation with any national or ganization We feel that the students and faculty should have an opportunity to that peace is possible and how it can be accomplished In the morning the speakers who discussed this topic includ Conf d on Page 5 THE WEATHER and warmer today High in the mid 70s and lower 80s Fair and mild tonight Low in the lower 50s Satur day increasing cloudiness and warm with a chance of show ers High upper 70s to mid 80s Partly cloudy Sunday windy with showers and thun derstorms 3 Escapees Located In Hopewell Tup Three boys who escaped from Youth Forestry Camp No 3 Altch RD were taken into cust ody at 8 oclock last night in Hopewell Township by State Police The three were at the Altch RD 1 home of one of the escapees Another of the escapees 17 was from Johnstown while the third one 16 was from Portage The three boys two from Cambria County and one from Huntingdon County were report ed missing at the am check at the YFC One of the excapees was placed In the Huntingdon County Jail while the other two were re turned to the custody of camp officials Vehicle Is Demolished In Mishap Despite the fact his station wagon was demolished in the crash a Huntingdon State Cor r ectional Institution employe escaped injury in an acci dent at S eventh and MooreS treets in Huntingdon yesterday after noon Clinton D Corbin 43 of 1519 Moore Street Huntingdon was westbound on Moore Street at pjn driving a 1962 Ford Falcon station wagon Moses Jeffers 39 of 2909 Garrison Boulevard Baltimore Md was travelling east on Moore S tr eet and attempted to turn south on Seventh The left rear of his 1967 Pontiac twodoor hard top and the left front of the Corbin station wagon were the points of impact As a result of the Impact the station wagon flipped over and landed on its roof on Moore Street just west of the inter section The overturned vehicle blocked the westbound traffic lane with the car facing almost Contd on Page 5 Applicants Sought By Head Start Application forms are avail able for a number of positions with the Mount Union Summer Head Start program the Rev Joseph E Bass announced to day Application forms can be obtained at the Mount Union Ser vice Center from 9am to 5 pm daily for positions as codirector teachers teacher aides nurse nurses aide custodian secret tary cooks aide with the Mount Union Summer Head Start All completed applications are to be submitted to the Mount Union Service Center 519 N Division Street by Thursday May 22 Applicants approved by the Parents Advisory Committee for Head Start will be notified to be at an interview on Sun day May 25 at 3 pm at the service center The Parents Advisory group met Wednesday evening and elec ted Gloria J Stonea as director of the 1969 summer program New VFW Commander Installed Charles E Lindsay a cor rections officer at the State Cor rectional Institution in Hunting don was installed commander of Standing Stone Post No 1754 Veterans of Foreign Wars Hunt ingdon last evening He succeeds Paul L Dysart In the number one spot in the veteransorganization Department Surgeon Beverly Gardner of Altoona was the in stalling officer and guest speaker at the banqueUmeeting at the post home The new Huntingdon commander has served as junior vice commander and senior vice commander of the VFW Wilbur Williamspast mhDis tr let commander and past com mander of Post No 1754 served as toastmaster of the afterdinner installation ceremonies in which Gardner installed the new offi cers of the post for 196970 In addition to Lindsay the officers include Edward Gut shall senior vice commander Robert Williams junior vice commander Harvey Price quartermaster James Ham mors judge advocate Wilbur Williams chaplain Robert Hearn surgeon HobartSmith John Day and Paul Dysart trust ees New officers will assume their duties upon installation of the department commander in July Introduced as special guests were Assemblyman Orville E Snare presiding Judge R Merle Heffner three representatives of the Altoona Veterans Hospital and Claries Launtz commander of the Frank P0 Hommon Post No 24 American Legion of Hunt ingdon Past commanders of Post No 1754 in attendance were S0 Read Contd on Page 15 Threatens Other High Officials Reaction Spreads From Fortas Case WASHINGTON UPI Repercussions from the resignation of Supreme Court Justice Abe Fortas spread the three branches of government today and threatened toextendto other hlKh officials There were these develop ments Patman chairman of the House Banking Commit tee said the case of Treasury Secretary David M Kennedy and his alleged ties with the bank he formerly headed seems much more serious than the Fortas affair HJR Gross RIowa said he hoped the House Judiciary Committee would investigate Justice William O Douglas relationship with the Albert Parvin Foundation Sen Strom Thurmond called on Douglas to resign congressmen criti cized Atty Gen John N Mitchell for disclosing he turned over to Chief Justice Earl Warren certain informa tion about Fortas Rep Robert W Kastenmeier DWis said the Judiciary Committee should investigate Mitchell Justice Department denied it made any sort of deal with imprisoned financier Louis ED Wolfson to get more Information about his connec Confd on Page 2 Saturday Is Final Day For Bike Licenses Huntingdon Chief of Police noted today that tomorrowSatur day will be the final day for the licensing of bicycles Police will be at the Hunting don Area Junior High School from 9 ajn until noon Saturday to inspect and license In case of rain the licenslngwill be extended one week After Saturday the licensing fee will be doubled Wlngate em phaslzed except in the case of new bicycles There still are many bicycles In the borough that have not been licensed the chief said May 1 was the deadline and the old licenses already are three weeks past due Wingate called lor a large response this week in order that the licensing may be completed without a great number of penal itles Viet Congs Proposal Is Favored PARIS The United States today presented Pres ident Nixons new peace plan to the Communists at the Vietnam peace conference North Viet nam dismissed It as absurd Chief North Vietnamese nego tiator Xuan Thuy said his delegation still favored the Viet Congs 10point proposal for peace presented last week The North Vietnamese re mark was the first reaction fromthe Hanoi group since Nixon went on television night to give his plan to end the fighting in a years time The Nixon administration continues to maintain its absurd demands and continues to intensify the said Xuan just before the 17th session of the talks opened Chief US negotiator Henry Cabot Lodge said just before on Page 2 To Commissioners Planning Proposal Presented INSIDE THE NEWS Building Page12 Classified Ads 18 19 Comics17 Courthouse Roundup 14 Editorial Page6 Farm Page n Obituaries2 News of Yesteryear 6 School Page13 Society Club9 Sports4 5 On Stage Live20 Registration For Sumtners Under Way Interviews are under way for the 1969 summer Neighborhood Youth Corps program in thearea included in the TriCounty CAA High school age boys and girls 14 years old and older having a Social Security number and securing a work perm it are eligi ble for participation in the pro gram U they come from families whose Income is below the national poverty level The program aims at giving work to those who would most benefit from it Duties will be assigned to the Contd on Page 16 Aimyritanism Program Is Approved Jaycees Offering V c5 Flag Placement Oft to afast start in a new administrative year the Huntingdon Area Jaycees this week placed the stamp of approval on a new project which will involve a large portion of the business dis ington Street trict of Huntingdon The Jaycees are offering an American flag program to busi nesses in the section of Wash from Eighth to section of Penn Street Under the plan the Jaycees will place American flags in front of the business place on all appropriate days and will also be responsible for taking the flags down Chairman Robert Geissinger reported that at the present time 68 flags have been contracted and additional contacts are being made Of the 56 contacts that have been made a total of 48 are participating in the program In addition Huntingdon Borough agreed to participate by having six flags placed in the Munici pal Parking Lot The flags will Stone Valley Experience Is Great For Children Sixteen boys and girls from the special education class at Mill CreekBradyHenderson elemen tary school are home today from a wonderful week of outdoor ed ucation at the Stone Valley Rec reation area It was great is the con sensus of the 12 boys and four girls In the class taught by Mrs Doris Walters But Mrs Waiters spells out the benefits in more specific ways First of all everyone aenefitted from the group situa tlon in which we lived during the week with Its required respon slbUlties Only three of the chil dren had camped before so the benefits from the camp situation were enormous Mrs Walters outdoor ed ucation students will report on their week at Stcne Valley Tuesday afternoon May 20 at oclock on the Lets Talk It Over show on Radiostation WHUN The students lived in tents with counsellors graduatestu dents from Pennsylvania State University two for the boys and two for the girls Official assistant from the Huntingdon Area School district with Mrs Walters was Robert Herncane fifth grade teacher at MCBH Another of the benefits tor the students was getting away from and being on their own So often parents do too much or too little for a child and in this group experience every one had to do for himself even the youngest ones The children ranged in age from seven to 13 Another benefit for the Mill CreekBradyHenderson students from a Carlisle school were there this week too and their being at Stone Valley gave our students a chance to adjust to stranger sand Contd on Page 2 to parking meters President Ralph Ferrari presided at the first business meeting of the new administrat ive year and received final reports on two completed pro jects The new tot lot at the Smith field Elementary School was completed under the chairman ship of Gerald Quigg and was formally dedicated at ceremonies yesterday In addition Chairman Vic King reported the completion of a project to paint the ceiling in the recreation room of the Hunt ingdon Community Center Judge R Merle Heffner and Attorney Morris M Terrizzi candidates for the judgeship of Conf d on Page 5 Stephen V Huntingdon engineer presented a proposal to Huntingdon County Commis sioners Gordon Haverstock James DiGosimo and Henry Mo Camant at their regular meeting Thuesday concerning additional planning studies for the county The proposal was for al sewer and water studies in con junction with the countys master plan Heine had been requested by the Huntingdon County Planning Com mission to estimate the cost of adding such studies to the county document in order to satis fy the states requirements for municipal sewer and water plans The engineer estimated the cost of such studies at about of which 50 per cent is state reimbursible TO SECURE AID The studies would make possible the securing of loans and grants by individual munici palities throughout the county for complying with Act 537 the Com munity Sewage Facilities Act and Act 241 the Solid Waste Manage ment Act requirements Plans are mandated by the State for the disposal of wastes from each municipality with a population density of more than 300 persons per square mile Work now on these plans and the studies supporting them would make various communities eligible for future grants and loans when federal money is Contd on Page 16 20 Stops 853 Youngsters Dairy Farm Tours Begin On Monday Dairy farmers throughout Huntingdon County will be partlci patlng In the annual Dairy Farm Tour for county third graders cosponsored by the Dairy Promotion Committee and the Hunt ingdon Kiwanls Club Station Wagon Flips Over In Accident This Ford Falcon station wagon was Demolished yesterciay afternoon at Seventh and Moore Streets in Huntingdon when it flipped over after a collision with the Fontiac shown in the background Clinton D Corbin 43 Huntingdon driver of the wagon escaped injury in the accident Total loss was Twenty farm visits are planned for May 19 through 23 giving 853 elementary school children from the four county schools Robertsdale and Warriors Mark and opportunity tosee dairy farm ing in operation HUNTINGDON AREA On May 20 82 youngsters from Alfarata will visit the William Couch or Alton Smith farms at Huntingdon RD 2 The same day 13 third graders from Jack sonMilter will visit the Paul Powell farm at Petersburg RD On May 21 37 Mill Creek youngsters will visit the John A Peach farm at Mill Creek RD and 51 William Smith chil dren will tour the Willard Yoder operation at Huntingdon RD 2 Huntingdon Area youngsters onMay 22 45 from the Wood cock Valley School will tour the Roy States Hesston RD farm and 34 from SinithfieldJuniata will visit the Harold Dean farm at Hesston RD l These 261 Huntingdon Area children will make their tours at 9 am on the days scheduled Ktwanis Club members for the Alfarata group will be Ted Eng lish and John Binncy for the Mill Creek group Mike DeFor rest Frank Maglll and Stanley Oliver for JacksonMlller stu dents Joe Ciampa with Smith Contd on Page 2 ;