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   Daily News (Newspaper) - October 8, 1962, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                THE WEATHER Cloudy THE DAILY VOLUME 41 BIX CKNTI PEK COPJT rLibrary Pa County Physicians Get Stations For Stop Polio Sunday Assigment of physicians to each of the 13 county clinics which will be in use on Sunday October 21 for the mass polio immunization program was made at a meeting of the Huntingdon County Medical Society this week Twelve school buildings and a Lions Club building wifl hold the clinics where ateam of workers both professional and laymen will be in charge of the administration of the Sabin oral vaccine on the first of two Stop Pblio Sundays The President JOHN WYLAJfD ind Is Selected Teachers John L Wyland president of the Huntingdon BoroughTeach ers Association was elected pres ident at the Local Branches of theCentral Region Pennsylvania State Education Association for 1963 at the Presidents meeting at Motel 22 on Saturday Mr Wyland will now serve on the executive council of Central Region He succeeds A Cyri Ramsey of Altoona whois pres ently servingin this capacity The Huntingdon Area High School guidance counselor is a member pf the Central Region EtMcV Commission anavwin toe a delegate toaieNEA conven tion IB betroit next summer Attte Presidents meeting Saturday A ClanMoser date executive secretary of tie PSEA outlined the responsibili ties trf the local presidents and explained their duties prior to Continued on Page Two CONQUERS JITTERS StamfordEngland Oct 8 Royal Air Force pilot Harold Bromley who called off his wedding last week in a last minute case of cold feet was married Saturday after his motherinlaw talked him out of the jitters Hes quite fearless when piloting a bomber Mrs Sarah Footitt mother of Bromleys Kmrfn doctors drew their location from the hat The clinic locations and the physicians who will be station ed at each along with the name of the captain of the volunteers are as follows Hunt ingdon Area Senior High School On Theodore D Whitsel Mrs Marjorie Sheffer Huntingdon Area Junior High School Dr William vv Shock Mrs Stewart Kauffman Juniata Valley High School Dr H W Stewart Mrs Paul LaPorte Captain Jack High School Dr F H McClain Jr Walter Oppel Also Shirley School Allenport ur M D Cunningham Mrs Paul ine Gilbert Rockhill School Dr Burgess A Smith Mrs Esther Keller Shade Gap School Dr Dickinson Lipphard Miss Helen Robinson Spring Farm School Three Springs Dr Philip F Dunn Arthur Rupert Robertsdale School Dr Charles R Reiners airs Blanche Davis McAIevys Fort School Ir Wilham B Patterson Paul i Peoples Mill Creek School Dr Robert H Beck Mrs Doris Walters McConnellstown Dr H Ford Chirk Mrs George Cassville Lions Club Dr Charles Schucker A Glenn Ne ville Jr Mrs J 0 Bergantz is serving efficiently as the chairman of the HUimNGDON AND MOUNT UNION PA MONDAY OCTOBER 8 J962T At HSI Formal Opening Phone Mitchell 34040 Fox present of EIco Corporation Scientifics inc is shown he prepares to cut the sym nbbon across the doors at the new factory test Saturday With him are Ool Bent Mrs Fox thW and Arthur R r Saxton Church Successful Open House Held Marks 75th Anniversar Fox Sees Exciting Future For HSI 7 Trbiity United Church of Christ i Saxton is observing its 75th an liversary with a week of special wmecoming services through October 14 The actual celebration Huntingdons new electronics factory was officially opened tACTon iiftl HV KPVPral egan yesterday with a service oclock The Rev Lee OI tfor thing a son of the congrega ion now in New Jersey was by several hundred visitors following a formal Iront of Saturday morning at 11 Active Troops Are Leaving University Two In MiffH 11 Killed In Slate Accidents By United Press International A 19yearold Havertown girl was injury fatally in a twocar collision during the weekend but a woman motorist and her eight children in the in the were unhurt second vehicle Police said Dorothy Howarth m AI i nfflg in a ear operated by Jo seph Inverso 19 died Sunday in Delaware County Hospital of in juries suffered the previous day Inverso also of Haverton sufl fered internal injuries Inverses car collided with an automobile operated by Mrs Margaret Ann Torchiana who lnjury alonS with her eight children The acciden attendance for file evening pro gram JJ tai jj u af werf given By Benjamin Fox president the Hon ma3 Monaghan Secretary of Commerce for the Comnion l Hershel Gordon executive assistant to Seven of the eight surviving former pastors will return to par ticipate in one of the services i Arthur R Neary President of Huntingdon Business bride said But when it women its a matter comes to different Release Of Prisoners By Castro Near Director Miami Oct 8 New York at torney James B Donovan flew back to Havana Sunday bight for what may be the final negotiations to free 1113 Cuban prisoners from last years Bay of Pigs invasion Informed sources here said Don ovan might be able to close a deal today or Tuesday to swap food and medicines for the inva ders instead of the million cash Premier Fidel Castro had demanded as indemnity Donovan reportedly conferred with Cuban exiles during a brie trip to Miami Sunday on arrange ments to fly the prisoners out o Cuba as soon as the agreemen Mount Union Firemen Plan Observance Mount Union Fire Company No 1 will sponsor the observance of Fire Prevention Week in the area served by the Mount Union Fire Department Plans for the observance oi Fire Prevention Week October to 13 have been drawn up by the Fire Prevention Committee consisting of Raymond Brum baugh Eugene Morgan Roy Whitsel and Carlton Oswalt Featured in the campaign me committee announced will be fire drills inspection of schools window exhibits and free liter ature on fire prevention which wffl be available to the public Last year almost 1000 persons lost thenlives each month In this country in fires Nearly onethird of these were chfldren More than SI6 bfllion worth of property including homes and churches stores anj factories went up in smoke during 1961 The tragedy of these statistics Carlton B Oswalt Mount Union ore chief says is that the great est part of this waste of lives and property is avoidable If the simple rules of fire safety were observed at home and on the job me record could be far differ ent Fire Prevention Week em phasizes ttwt preventing fires is is announced Arriving in Miami on the same flight as Donovan was John Mar ino 50 an Americanborn elec tronics specialist released Sunday after three years in Cuban jails Martiao had btensentenced to 13 years in prison on charges ol counter revolutionary activities against the Castro regime He said he learned of his release only Sunday morning when armed guards took him from his cell to Havana Airport There he saw papers explaining ne was being freed because of ill ness and because of letters from his wife begging for his freedom Martmo said He had spent 18 months in a hospital for a kid ney ailment during his threeyear imprisonment Martinos wife and three child ren met him at the airport They had been informed of his release m a cable from the Cuban gov ernment Jts Uke a dream Martino said Of course my business is gone and Ill have to start all over again So what Im free are as follows Monday flie Rev L LaMar Bender Tuesday the Rev Loy C Gobrecht Wednesday The Rev Dr J Edgar SkfflingtonRT Thursday the Rev Thomas fet1 Burns Friday the Rw Amos Sddomndge Saturday October 13 has been set aside as Homecoming Day with the 75th anniversary banquet in the church social hall at 6 p m program wffl i foflow fte banquetat which time burg will speak Photo on Page S There wfll be too services on Sunday The Rev Norman Green await wiH speak at the am worship and the Rev Dr L C T Miller will be present to deliver the evening message Dr Skillington of Martinsburg a retired Methodist minister and former district superintendent supplied the charge during the one year that the church was without a pastor 195960 The minister is the Rev Yearick The Rev Paul B Rupp pastor Continued On Page Two A warm welcome was extend ed to Huntingdon Scientifics by Neary who reviewed the steps that led up to locatingof tiie plant here and he expressed in warm terms the feelingof the community for this new im portant industry President Fox responding in similar vein reviewed the me teoric growth of the parent com pany EIco Corporation from its small beginnings just 15 years ago The company now has plants at Willow Grove another m Vineland N j one in Los now one O L Johnston GOP Rally At Alleiiport On Wednesday Republican candidates for state office will be featured at an open rally to be held Wednesday even mgat the Community Building in Allenport GOP County Chairman Donald linker said that toe main speak ers will be D Emmert Brum baugh candidate for State Sen ate and Orville Snare candidate for reelection to the State As sembly Panker said that refreshments will be served and there will be It was pointed out that all xmntians regardless of political affiliation are invited to attend Full Story Of Perfect Trip Told Mount Union Will Host 3 County Group The assistant director of the Bureau of Industrial Development Pennsylvania Department of Com merce O L Johnston will be the guest speaker at the quarterly meeting of the Blair Hunting don Bedford County Boroughs Association Mr Johnston is also the executive assistant for Area Redevelopment This meeting is scheduled for Thursday evening October 11 a the American Legion Country Club in Mount Union Melvin H Diven secretary of the Mount Union Bor ough host group for the session reveals that about sixty borough officials from the threecounty area are expected to attend this dinner meeting Johnston has a wide and success ful experience and accomplishment record in the industrial develop ment field Following academic Continued On Page Three Schirra Flight Could Have Gone 18 Orbits Data Shows Schirra w space for his textbook This growth did not come easy Fox declared It tooka otof effort every time we ex panded to adjust ourselves be cause of added space untrained employees and hew products but ve always came out victorious over all the problems countered Today is another Of these Continued Oh Page Two ITS ALL IN FTTN Munich Germany pet 8 The Oktoberfest Germanys beer and fun Sunday night with the final police tally for freeforalla put at 111 More than four million vis itors from all over the world came to Munich for the festival New England States Lashed ByHurricane Portland Maine Oct 8 Dying hurricane Daisy moved over Canadas maritime pro vmces toward Newfoundland to day leaving behind a wake of death and destruction in the six state New England area Twentyfour persons were tailed 23 in highway accidents the threeday lashing of the New England coastal area and property damage was esti mated in the millions Rainfall in ime areas totaled over 15 dies Daisys winds diminished to 40 to 50 miles per hour Sunday night and the Weather Bureau said he storm no longer was a hurri in Drexel Hal acddent OCCUrred AUmted Press Internationa county showed 11 persons lost their lives on Pennsylvania high ways during the weekend which hegan at 6 pm Friday and ended Sunday midnight Other fatalities BuJler Martin Krepinevich 70 was killed Saturday when struck by a car in front of his home at nearby Lyndora Police identi fied the driver as Robert Stanley 50 Butler Meadville Angelo Pero 21 Meadville was killed Saturday in a twocar collision near here Mrs Catherine Kelleher 81 Pittsburgh suffered fatal injuries Friday night when struck by a car operated by Stephen R Cisco Jr 17 Pitts burgh as she crossed a street Philadelphia John 20 Philadelphia was struck and killed bya car Saturday night whle crossing a street The driver was George Mahon 28 Philadel phia Pittsburgh A car ran off Ard more Blvd and struck a tree Saturday killing Lee D Fanzo On Page Three Kennedy Sets Pattern For crisis im Washington Oct 8 The Army announced mat a active forces oij duty for the Mississippi integration will be sent back to their home stations starting mediately The 5400 troops have been deployed in Memphis Tenn and Columbus Ga They were sent into the area after noting erupted on the University of Mississippi campus a week ago over the enrollment of Negro James H Meredith The forces will be deploy ed to their home bases by air and truck Army Secretary 2 Mount Union Boys Injured In Accident A 3yearold Mount Union child is a patient in the J C BlahMemorial Hospital today for treatment of injuries sus tained on Saturday afternoon when he was struck by an auto mobile while crossingWest Shir ley Street in Mount Union Borougrh The injured child Julius A Spriggs is a son of Mr and Mrs James Spriggs of 225 West Shir ley Street Mount Union His in juries consist of a compound fracture of the skull on the left side and lacerations of the fore head He is in good condition to day A brother James H Spriggs 6 was also struck by the same auto and sustained lac erations of the hands Both boys were rushed to the J C Blair Memorial Hospital but James was released after dispensary treatment Patrolman Andrew D Kurey of the Mount Union Borough po lice investigated the accident Henry L Clymans of Shirleys burg operatinga 1957 Pontiac station wagon was traveling west on West Shirley Street and Continued on Page Two Watches Series Game Washington Oct 8 dent Kennedy got a highaltitude view of the third gume of the World Series Sunday The Presi dent watched the game on tele vision aboard his plane as he was flyingback from Minneap olis at an altitude of 30000 feet Alexandria Mm Elected cane a new orbits unfoided to the world Sun everyones job not only Fire Prevention Week but every of the year Sheirom In Hospital Jesse E Shetrom 1312 Mif flin Street retired Huntingdon hardware and plumbingbusiness man is a patient in the Geising er Medical Center Danville He was driven to the hospital Sunday by his son Samuel R Shetrom and will remain there for several days for observation le grandeur of an eerie brownishirrav From his blast off aboard an rocket at Cape Canaveral rhat railroad train you are sit ting on really does to his Pacific Ocean landing Wednesday rSce hone Mxo honeymoon was ov er Schirra flew the most near manned space The bushyhaired quicksmiling spaceman summed it up himself The overall flight I thought was a textbook flight Common Theme But through Schirras mixture of bones about his own feelings on the subject I felt like I could have gone for a full day Then almost casually he stated flatlyto nearly 400 newsmen and photographers at Rice University that the flight could have gone for 18 orbits The technical evidence support lonhv dav owe long flight through space by an 50s Tuesday Amencan Ihe astronaut made Jlttuch Chang Weather Cloudy With Showers And A Few Thunderstorms Today Highs In The Low 70s Mostly Cloudy With A Chance Of A Ton in ed him The orbit carrying him to a US record 176 miles into space was high enough His oxy gen have made it with several hours to spare The food and water could have been stretched to do the job Re covery forces were stationed in the Atlantic where he would have come down after a day Stick To Schedule But Schirra said we had to cut short at the planned sixor bit ninehour flight because of problems involving deployment of the recovery forces and sup plies aboard the spacecraft Despite the fact that he might have gotten by for a day with the oxygen food and drink aboard the Mgma 7 he said such lifesustain ing supplies will be increased on a oneday mission in space On the oneday mission Schir ra said the astronaut should be for On Page Three Daisy teamed up with a vic ous noreaster during the week end and New England reeled un der the doubebarrled onslaught Continued on Page Two Doe Licenses Are Sold Out Washington Oct 8 Presi dent Kennedy has returned to the capital from a weekend of old fa shioned political barnstorming that may have set a pattern for his electionyear campaigning The President toured the Mid west and pumped hard for a Democratic Congress He will make similar trips around the country every weekend untfl the Nov 6 elections Plans have been announced for Kennedy to go next weekend to northern NewJersey New York ity Indianapolis Pittsburgh and ts nearby industrial Mononganela Valley and Louisville Ky The President hammered away at an approach this weekend that he will probably reiterate inthe next program and praise for Dem ocrats who advance all or every part of it Because his weekend travels ook him through parts of the MidwestKennedy dwelt largely on farm issues But he also visit ed several big cities and touched upon problems that affect the ur Cyrus R Vance announced Still on duty in the area are forces of the Mississippi National Guard which was put oh federal duty by President Kennedy the night before the riots began Some of these Mississippiguard troops were released last week end Othere were kept on call and the remainder still are on duty An outward calm settled over the University of Mississippi campus today as James H Mere dith a Negro began his second week as an Ole Miss under graduate The 29yearold Air Force vet eran returned to the campus Sim day night from a weekend ren dezvous with his family at an un disclosed destination He was as usual escorted by a small group of U S marshals This was the reaction when Meredith later entered the stu dent cafeteria A white male student who was not identified sat down at a table with him As Meredith got up to leave another student walked over and shook his hand But outside the building a small crowd of students jeered the Negro as he started back to his wellguarded dormitory Thousands of federal troops also remained and racially trou bled Oxford itself continued un der military occupation We still have a helluva long way to go before this campus re turns to normal said Dep uty U S Atty Gen NichoSa Katzenbach University Board ban citizen The President said in a tele phone talk from Minneapolis to SL Cloud Minn that the admin istration has been true to the farmer and true to its word He added that we still have major responsibilities to meet in agri culture and other areas Therefore he said the adminis tration needs more Democrats in Congress to help him succeed By the time he returned to Washington Sunday afternoon the President also had made appear ances in Covington Ky Cincin nati Ohio Detroit and Flint Mich and St Paul Minn District Has Nice WeekEnd Huntingdon County residents literally took to the hills ove the weekend as the weather man cooperated with Mothe Nature in staging a spectacular Sunny skies greeted motorist who took scenic trips throug the county The U S Weather Bureau ob server recorded a high of 72 yasterday with the overnight iow being 47 It was 47 at a m this morning On Saturday the high reading was 70 with a low for the 2 hour period of 46 There was no precipitation In County Today according to law is the first day on which county treasurers may sell doe licenses for use during the 1962 doehunting season However no licenses were for sale in Huntingdon County The quota of 5OCO licenses had been disposed of by applications ac cepted in advance of the October 8 date The county treasurers office placed the 8000 licenses in the mails on Saturday for dehvery today to the persons who filed applications Last year on the opening day for the sale of licenses the county treasurer had 1800 Continued on Page Two World War I Veterans To Hold Special Dinner Barracks Noio1 Edward Neron of California AuxUlaJy their annual New Members Day Dinner on Tuesday Oct 16 at the Veterans of Foreign Wars Home Huntingdon hold will also be present to welcome the new members into the organ ization He will also award six na tional citations to members of the Membership Committee for their IU1 UlULr inis w a big event to honor the outstanding success in securing 63 new members who joined the the new members for the bar Barracksduring the past yeariracks of the Department of Penn TM D i e and Auxiliary officers will John Bashare of Washington D also be present This will afford i ne Past national commander the members an opportunity to John C Horn of Alexandria president of the Prismp Safety Corporation in Huntingdon has been elected president of the Board of Directors of Susquehan na University at Selinsgrove He succeeds the Rev Dr John F Harfcins of State College who had been president since 1951 In other board elections Clyde of sales for WFIL Radio Philadelphia was named first vice president and Dr Roger M Blough chairman of the board of the U S Steel Corpora tion became second vice presi dent Both men are Susquehanna alumni Attorney Alvin W Carpenter al so an alumnus and Norman E Walzboth ofSunbury were re elected secretary and treasurer re spectively Dr Bernard W Krapf of Selinsgrove will continue to serve as assistant secretary and treasurer The Rev Dr Richard B Mar tin of Wiliiamsport was named to the Boards executive commit tee whose membership includes Dr Gustave W Weber president of the university as chairman the Messrs Horn and Spitzner Atty Carpenter Claude G Aikens of State College Dr Lawrence C Fisher of York Orlando W Houts of State College and Charles A Nicely of Watsontown all in Penn sylvania Elected by the Board to serve the unexpired term of his late fa Continued On Page Lewistown Area Woman Hit By Car Sueciiihbs Lewistown Octi 8 A 78 Mifflin County we man vas struck by a car and in ured fatally as she crossed loute 103 south of here Friday ight State Police said Bertha Good vin Lewistown R D 2 died in Lemstown Hospital less than an hour after the mishap She uffered a fractured skul and hock when she ivas hit by a ar driven by 48yearold Jaldwell Forsythe Granville Authorities at the Lewistown Jarrackg said the elderly woman ad just gotten out of a car and was startingacross the ighway when she was hit by orsythes eastbound vehicle of the Veterans of World War I will be present to discuss the sta tus of pensions of World War I meet the state leaders of the or ganization Department Command er Hill of Donora will be present veterans Commander Bashare is to present a plaque to the Bar a noted orator He will presentracks for having exceeded their thilrue Picture of the pensionsmembership quota for the v ine present national command Continued On Page year Page Two Fractures Leg In Fall Fiveyearold P e g gy Jean daughter of Stanley H ocke of Shade Gap was ad itted to the Chambersburg ospital on Friday after she had uffered a fracture of the right g in a fall from her bicycle he child is reported in satisfac ry condition today   

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