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Daily News (Newspaper) - November 18, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania DIAL MISS CLASSIFIED 6434040 or 5424641 THE DAILY NEWS fir Pi Fd 17 VOL NINE CENTS PEK COPY HUNTINGDON and MOUNT UNION TUESDAY NOVEMBER 18 1969 PHONE 6434040 NO 249 Excited Accept New Positions Perfect Lunar Orb Prepare For pittsburgh Landing On Transplant Judge Revises Schedule For Court Joseph P w A A T LintOIl Is Sworn Kennedy Wednesday patient Dies Dies At 81 In As County DA SPACE CENTER Houston PITTSBURGH UPI Ber 12 astronauts nard Ben Anolik a former sounding like excited tourists boxing promoter who lived 14 with a scientific bend looped 12 months with a transplanted the moon today and plotted heart died early today at their course for a pinpoint Presbyterian University Hospi landing on the Ocean of Storms tal Flying with unerring preciAnolik 47 was the worlds sion Charles PeteConrad 37th person to receive a new Richard F Gordon and Alan L heart and one of those who Bean announced to the world lived the longest with it He late Monday night The Yankee underwent the operation the Clipper has arrived with flrst in Pennsylvania Aug 31 Intrepid in tow on a day 1968 quarter million mile voyage A spokesman for the hospital from earth attributed death to overwhelm It almost looks like someing infections resulting from body took some cake icing and continued use of anti rejection spread it with a big knife laid drugs it all around and then Contd on Page 51 somebody shot some BBs into it It really is beautiful said t Bean obviously awed by the in LOUIlty LOUTt terrain he and Conrad will land on at am EST Wednes day Of another area Bean said It looks like there was a big giant up here blowing sand all over the place But to Conrad it looked more like the concrete driveway in front of his home in Timberlake Cove Tex Lower Course For Landing Shortly after the nightowl Contd on Page 2 3 Teachers Elected In Huntingdon Defendant Convicted By Jurors A jury in Huntingdon County Criminal Court yesterday after noon found a Mount Union man Francis Bo Robinson 33 of K4 Chestnut Terrace guilty of driving while under suspension The panel of 11 women and one man took less than 30 min utes to arrive at Its verdict Guy L Bowser Jr of Brady Township was foreman of the jury which returned its verdict at H Y A N N I S PORT Mass UPIJoseph P Kennedy multimillionaire father of a Richard WLinton Esq agraduateof the University of Pittsburgh President and two us Sena School of Law took the oath of office at am today as district tors in a tragedystalked attorney of Huntingdon County family died today He was 81 The well known attorney was appointed to the position yesterday The patriarch of the fabulous by Judge R Merle Heffner who Kennedy clan who lost two sons administered the oath of office to the new DA at the opening of todays session of Hunting don County Criminal Court Linton 56 succeeds Newton C Taylor Esq who resigned as district attorney on Satur day effective at the close of the trial yesterday of Common n suffered the latest in a wealth vs Francis E Robinson of Mount Union The trial had opened on Friday The appointment is for the unexpired term of Attorney Tay lor or until January 1972 Judge Heffner noting thatTay lors resignation presented a C HERBERT SMITH W C McNEAL McNeal Is Given Promotion Plant Manager Is Named For Arrow Casual Wear Vice President pm Testimony started today In the Three faculty members were case of Commonwealth vs WI1 elected during a routine monthly llam joseph Lemln 529 Penn meeting of the Huntingdon Area street Huntingdon who Is Board of Education held last charged with tipsy driving The toward ning in the home economics room jury for the case including eight gi of the junior high school women and four men was se Named were Miss Bonnie Lou iected yesterday It Is the last Anderson of Echo Glen Huntingtrial jor this week don a 1965 graduate of Hunting The countys district at don Area High School and Shiptorney Richard W Linton Esq pensburg State College She will is representing the Common be employed as an elementary wealth Judge R Merle Heffner teacher had earlier appointed Linton as Another Huntingdon High assistant DA for this trial since School graduate in the class of Newton C Taylor Esq the form 1965 Edgar V Hammers Jr er DA is scheduled to be a wlt of Altch RD 1 was also elness at the Lemln trial At ected to an elementary teaching Contd on Page 5 post He Is also a 1969 grad uate of Shippensburg State Col lege The third new Instructor is Mrs Jennifer J ONell of Mer r 15 L WEATHER RICHARD W LINTON Haynsworth Side Gains Support WASHINGTON UP I battleground in the fight over Supreme Court nominee Cle ment F Haynsworth Jr narrowed today to a field of 14 Republicans and five Democrats As the threemonth Senate fuss over the Greenville SC federal circuit judge droned a finish there were a White Houseinspired mail campaign was paying off The latest senators to publi cly commit their William B Spong Jr DVa and Winston L Prouty both wound up in the pro Haynsworth column This gave the administration a welcome shot in the arm after the public defection last week of Sen Len B Jordan R Idaho Jordan said he resented the pressure that administra Contd on Page 7 real and press Ing immediate pro 1 Ti i Mem announced the ment of a new DA at the mor ning session of criminal court yesterday Reading from a prepared state ment Judge Heffner said he re rrf AHntnovTsvlnrc Cl one a President and the other a assassins bullets was an invalid since felled by a stroke nearly eight years ago Death came at am EST after Kennedy who was US ambassador to Great N F Raker General Production Manager for Britain at the start of World and Lady Arrow today announced several changes in staff as signments for the Arrow Companys Pennsylvania operations string of heart attacks Satur W C McNeal plant manager day of the Huntingdon plant will be A family spokesman issued transferred to the divisions the following statement headquarters inLewistown where lu will take over the duties of manager of stiff services In his new capacity he will be re sponsible for all payroll per sonnel ami industrial engineer ing in the four Pennsylvania plants in Huntingdon Lewistown Shamokin and Willianisport McNpil joined Arrow as a management trainee immedi ately following his graduation from Juniata At the completion of his training period he was assigned to the Industrial En gineering Department In Sep tember 1959 he was made gen Ambassador Joseph P Ken Contd on Page 7 Resigns ceived District Attotney Taylors written resignation at 11 am The Rev Willlam J Medlock Saturday minister of the American Bap This totally unexpected and Ust Larger Parish with churches immediately effective resigin Mount Union SaltilloandThree nation coming as it did In the springS for the past three anri eral foreman in the stitching de midst of a full and heavy court a half years read his rcsigria pirlnient and in 1962 trans Contd on Page 7 INSIDE THE NEWS Ann Landers 12 Classified Ads 10 11 Comics 9 Counselors Corner 12 Crossword 11 Obituaries 2 Society Club 8 Sports 4 tion Sunday morning He has accepted the pastorate of the United Church of Warner Warner New Hampshire The Warner church is a union church of Baptists and the United Church of Christ It is located li miles from Concord the state capital and not far from where the Medlocks lived before coming to Pennsylvania in 1937 Mr Medlock has been active in the Mount Union Ministerium and is at present its president He has been active in the Tri Contd on Page 5 ferred to the packaging depart ment where he was general fore man until May 1963 when he was promoted to plant manager of Arrows new plant in Hunt ingdon He is a director of the Hunt ingdon Rotary Club a director of Huntingdon Business and In dustry ami a member of the Huntingdon Booster Club A for mer baseball and football player at Juntata he has retained his interest in athletics and serves as vicepresident of the City Contd on Page 5 Snow Rain Cold Covers Most Of US Snow moved south across the Great Plains today while rain covered parts of the Southern Plains to the Great Lakes A cold front stretched from Wisconsin to North Texas The front separated contrast ing air masses with cold Arctic air pouring across the Dakotas into the northern parts of Texas and warm moist air flowing north into the eastern half of the front From Minnesota to Colorado and Northern Kansas fresh snow fell with one to two inches recorded by early today Wet weather covered much of the central part of the country Travelers warnings were in effect today for two to four inches of snow expected from Southern Minnesota to Western Kansas and on into Northeast ern New Mexico Coldwave warnings were out for the Western Dakotas as well as much of Northern Arizona Temperatures dropped 10 to 15 degrees within an hour as the cold front struck Thunder showers dropped more than iVi inches of rain at Eldorado Ark sixhour span A few light sprinkles dotted Contd on Page 2 At Dinner Meet cersburg She is a 1966 gra duate of James Buchanan High School and a 1969 graduate of Shippensburg She will serve as the elementary librarian A request for a sabbatical leave for the 197071 school year was granted to James Filson senior high school social studies tea Contd on Page 5 Cloudy windy and mild with showers likely today Highs mid 50s to near 60 Rain windy and mild tonight and Wednesday Lows tonight up per 40s to low 50s Highs Wednesday in the 50s Out look for Thursday cloudy windy and colder with snow flurries likelv 135 Minutes Of Work In Two Weeks House Adjourns After Short Stint HARRISBURG UPI The State House of Representatives met for 75 minutes Monday and now has worked just two hours and 15 minutes on two legislative days since the November 4 bus Easter Seal 50th Year Observed A stimulating dinner meeting of the Easter Seal Society for Crippled Children and Adults of Huntingdon County last evening at the PennHunt Hotel in Huntingdon marked the 50th anniversary of the National Societys founding Attending were the officers and directors old and newly elected two members of the staff of the Pennsylvania Easter Seal Society and honored guests Tomorrow in Columbus Ohio the state where the first society came into being the Golden An niversary Convention will get will end on election For two weeks running the two House sessions were virtual House and its 203 members have ly nil Legislation to restrict the been in session only on Monuse and similar pesti days Last weeks session was cides was introduced Monday But the two bills could one hour long this week it ran 15 minutes longer been placed in the have legislative Those 135 minutes cost the h0pper without the general as taxpayers of Pennsylvania about semjiy jn session It took the in mileage charges House Agriculture Committee alone less than 10 minutes to make Each lawmaker is paid 10 miI10r amendments to the pestl cents per mile round trip from cide measures and route them his home community to Harris to the House floor burg The legislators from Erie one bill would bar selling or iness and government officials as well as leaders in the rehabili tation field Presiding capably at the head table last evening was the new president Mrs Wilbur Williams who opened the dinner by leading the group in a salute to the flag followed by the Divine Blessing asked by her husband Introduced were Miss Mimi English Alex andria 1969 Miss Teen Age cam palgn chairman In Huntingdon County Miss Jeanne E Feeley field representative from the On Wednesday Juniatians Plan Day Of Discussion Students and faculty of Juniata College will take the dayofffrom classes tomorrow Wednesday to participate in a Day of Dis cussion that is hoped to in volve more than 1300 members of the campus community In an intense period of selfexam ination Participants will gather in discussion of 25 to 30 at more than 40 locations around cam pus In a morning session that will focus on specific problems such as Interdis ciplinary programs work eval uation and offcampus opportun ities to senior thesis indepen dent studies the calendar and classroom Innovations After noon discussions will examine broader questions such as What Contd on Page 7 EDWARD J HILL Hill Takes New Post With Firm The promotion and transfer of Edward J Hill manager of staff services for the Arrow Companys operations in Penn sylvania was announced today by company officials Effective Jan uary 11970 Hill will become vice president of manufacturing for Atlantic Products Corpora tion Both the Arrow Com pany and Atlantic Products are divisions of Cluett Peabody Co Inc Atlantic Products which was A TCpllpr C acquired by Cluett Peabody in November 1967 manufactures If you need extra Christmas and distributes golf bags bowlSeals or if you happen to be in ing bags and casual softsided lugtown and want Seals to stick gage It has been producing golf on your letters or packages stop bags for more than 40 years and in at Kellers Stationery Store pioneered in the field of casual on the Diamond In Huntingdon zippered luggage over 35 years says Mrs Alva B Walton exe ago Atlantics executive offices cutive director of the Hunting manufacturing plant and main dlsdon County Tuberculosis and tribution center are located in Respiratory Diseases Associa Trenton New Jersey tion A native of Lewistown Hill Kellers has again as in past Contd on Page 5 Contd on Page 5 Meeting In Secret Session Yule Seals Available Negotiators Work On Talks Agenda HELSINKI UPI American and Soviet arms negotiators met in secret session today to work out procedures and an agenda for talks to try to freeze and possibly even reduce their nuclear armories The first working session 01 the strategic arms limitation talks SALT opened in the American Embassy with the Soviet delegation headed by Deputy Foreign Minister Vladi mir S Semenov arriving in four Russianmade Volga cars Waiting for them in a special chamber which delegates call The SALT Room were chief County To Send Two Draftees In Huntingdon County Draft Board No 75 today sent orders to two registrants to report for indue US arms negotiator Gerard C tion on Thursday Dec 4 get better than for the trip distribution of certain pesticides state office to the county society The average mileage allowance without first obtaining a liconse is about per legislator costing anywhere from to Bill Introduced annually depending on the The accomplishments of those Contd on Pace 5 and director of the state recreation and camping program David V Daugherty state pro Contd on Pago 2 Community Tree Is Trimmed Under the guidance of veteran tree trimmers from Millers of Huntingdon the Huntingdon Community Christmas Tree was readied for the opening of the holiday season Members of the Huntingdon Hook and Ladder fire company used the aerial ladder to assist in trimming the 32 foot blue spruce Smith and his arms expoerts Ambassador Llewellyn E Thompson has not yet arrived from the United States where he is undergoing treatment for an ulcer and Philip J Farley alternate US representative at Contd on Page 2 The men are being directed to report to draft headquarters 407 Penn Street at am on that date They will travel to New Cumberland Army Depot viabiis The board expected to receive an order later giving the Dec Contd on Page 5 ;