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   Daily News (Newspaper) - March 28, 1966, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                PAGE TWO THE DAILY NEWS HUNTINGDON AND MOUNT UNION PA MONDAY MARCH 28 1966 Obituaries James Roy Hess James Roy Hess 62 of Aitch Sunday am in the died unexpectedly March 27 1966 at Sukarnos Continued From Page One Subandrio was appointed fifth deputy prime minister He reiairied his post as army chief home Cassville The Rev E J Hatchner will officiate Inter ment wilt be made in Restland Memorial Cemetery Monroe ville where graveside services will be held at 2 pm Thursday Friends may call at the funeral home after 2 pm Tuesday and continued to be responsible until the hour of the services on Wednesday Urges Greater Sea Power In Viet War WASHINGTON House Republican Leader Ger ald R Ford urged Sunday that a ceiling be set on the number of US ground troops in Viet for the nations defenses and security Former Defense Minister LBJ Indias Continued From Page One its own way are strengthened in the common endeavor of Gen A H Nasution 47 a tough antiCommunist was named deputy commander ofi Indonesias top national body of Kogam the crush Malaysia command J C Blair Memorial Hospital He had been in failing health for the past two years Born November 23 1903 at Entriken he was a son of Har r and Martha Cunningham Hess He was united in mar riage to Martha A Morris on January 18 1924 at Cumber land Md Surviving are his wife and the following children Mrs Charles Jean Skilliogton Ridgway Roy J Hess Anderson S C Mrs Donald Anita Abbott Nam and until greater Saxtoh and Thomas L air and sea power is used Huntingdon There are 12 grand Ford said in a television A Huntingdon Area children prompting peace The Communist i threat to India the Viet Nam war and Indias dispute with Pakistan over Kashmir were among the toppriority items on the agenda for discussion Mrs Gandhis visit to the Huntingdon Student Ranks i T f i asan o on e High 111 Contest unity against aggression 0 US Senate Will Launch State Probe HARRISBURG Pa UPI The Scranton administration and its Democratic critics pre pared today for the visit of a Advancement of Colored People prices jnched higher in moder trading at the opening U S Seriate subcommittee in Unlted States coincided with a vestigator whr will look into state visit to Pakistan by Red Chinas President Liu Shao Chi who was warmly applaud ed by goveisment officiate at a Rawalpindi banquet Saturday when he denounced American imperialism Liu also urged Pakistan to join Red China in Also surviving are two broth ers Herman P Hess Riddles burg and Glenn W Hess St Petersburg Fla and a sis ter Mrs Dorothy Entrekin En Lius reception in Pakistan topresage new and interview there was much to School senior has won the highmore perilous problems for an t ri ii UnmamabiunF jjjjjja already wracked by famine language riots and the be said for the contention that est rating in the Homemaker of American troops are fighting Tomorrow contest ever with one hand tied behind their achieved by a student in this backs jarea Miss Kathleen Kepford ra He said steps should be taken daughter of Mr and Airs John triken One brother Dreceded to mine or bomb the North G Kepford of 618 Fifth Street him in deafh Pj Vietnamese port of Haiphongjis one of eight honorable men The deceased was a more US troops are tion winners in the search for The deceased was a broughtto tw war Haiphong is the 1966 State Betty Crocker of the StMatthews Lutheran Church Marklesburg For many years he had served as Sunday considered a strategic enemy supply point School suDefintendenr of the The GOP leader said he was Jscnool supermtemtent ot avina aHuile anri church He was a member of the F and AM No 300 of Huntingdon and belonged to the Markles burg Volunteer Fire Company A machinist by trade he had I been employed by the Pennsyl vania Railroad at the Hollidays burg shops for over 43 years He retired due to disability in January 1965 not giving military advice and that hesupports administration policy in the war Golfer In Shock After 2 Holes In One wiretapping charges against 13KKK Continued From Page One STOCK MARKET NEW YORK UPI Stock jate On the night of Dahmers today death two carloads of menj Electronics aircrafts drove up to his house peppered were higher LOF Glass Lorillara Mack Trucks it with gunfire and tossed gasoline filled bottles inside the house and store state Counsel for the Senate mihistrative practices subcom mittee i announced Friday it sippi were Despite the fact that he wasj seriously burned Dahmer re turned the gunfire He managed to hit the tires of one of the showed some improvement Steels were steady Autos and chemicals were firm MGM and Monsanto RailsI onlgomerv Ward National Aviation National atona Biscuit air 51 American World Airways advanced IVs to 63Vj KLM to 133 American to 68 and cars which adadandoned The men arrested in Missis wac found Eastern wai later m to would sehd Gordon Homme here in abut a week to in vestigate the charges which stem from a state House com mittee hearing on the morale of the state police Cecil Victor Sessum exalted cyclops of Klavern No Ford rose Vi to 50 Chrysler added Vi to Pont eased to and Du but P L RR Penn Peru Pepsicola Phillips P 4 Jones Courity Miss m jPittsburgh 57 fnrmpr oxalted Admiral JUmpeO 10 v tn and added to TOA and gained at 204 123 National Gypsum Norfolk Western North Amer Aviation Olin Mathieson Owen 111 Glass Penney Vi Travis Giles 37 former exalted cyclops of the Ellisville Miss Klavern Lawrence Byrd 44 Atty Gen Homemaker of Tomorrow for Pennsylvania Funeral services will be held Wednesday March 30 at 2 pm from the St Matthews Luther an Church The Rev Robert 1 Ouster will officiate and inter inent will be made in OldStone Linda Carol Hayes of Aii quippa won the contest and will receive a scholarship from General Mills Ranking second was Heidi Gerdes of Pittsburgh Other honorable economic stagnation which wasisajd the decision came as the result of the recent Kashmir war Indias faltering economy was expectedto rank No 1 on Mrs Gandhis agenda during her two days of intensive talks with Johnson Secretary of State Dean Rusk and other officials Fineman DlLauwl Miss Henry Edward Philadelphia who Boxtel 29 a Laurel the subcommittee worker andI Cltften Walter the Alessan Lowe 50 a Houston Tex motel worker Also James Franklin Lyons 33 a Laurel employe of the RCA to Texas instruments to Collins Radio 1V4 to 74 and Litton to 80 Monite Corp Sennett mention Avalon tiokendauqua Pittsburgh Scranton and West Newton PITTSBURGH UPI An avid butamateiKgolfer weni back to MBjob in a steel mil today in amild state of shock He got two holes in one dur ing his Sunday golf game Ill tell you I was thriliec Church Cemetery at the same time it was Friends may call at the Masoodj kind of snock too said Andy funeral chapel Saxton from 5 Karidrack 36 winners Danville are from Ellsworth Marines Continued From Page One have hidden along and attacked ships i blocking the channel MOBSMB CorUUt Flights he banks hoping be help ful to us in our investigation Alessandroni said he had asked House committee mem bers for information but one has given us anything The wiretapping controversy which is growing more bitter came to light six weeks ago Martin 33 a Emanuel Moss 52 a service station operator Deavours Nix 42 a restaurant operator Charles Richard Noble 23 a factory worker Billy Roy Pitts 22 a Laurel furniture factory worker and William Ray Smith 28 employed by the Masonite Corp in Laurel Lockheed ft to NEW YORK pm Tuesday until 9 am Wed nesday and then at the church Kandrack an electrician sank a 7iron shot for a holeinone from 10 am until the hour of ion the 147yard third holeat the services i Green Valley Public Course in Masonic memorial services suburban Ohio Township will be conducted at the funeri was the first time 1 by the had even seen a holeinone Solons Continued From Page One tee involved in an executive legislative tangle is scheduled to take action this week Itis the House Appropriations Com mittee which last week was told by Budget Secretary Mar tin H Braekbill it could not get requested information from department heads and must go through his office The committee was sched uled to tesi the order today during a House committee 1 The only man arrestec I hearing when state police Det outside of Mississippi was lodgY pm Kandrack Edna L Wilsfei Calvin died early this morni Monday March 28 1966 at oclock in the J C Blair Me morial Hospital Born May 16 1891 in West Virginia she was a daughter of I David A and Kathryn Thomas Hendershott A step mother Mrs Abbie Hender shott of Buffalo Mills survives She was twice married first to Benner S Wilson who pre ceded her in death on April 20 1948 She later married Melyin Cree who survives along with these children Mrs Elda Booher Allenport Irvin Cree Chicago HI Doyle Cree Or lando Fla Mrs Ralph Vir ginia Cramer and Mrs Walter Betty Houck both of Hunt ingdon Two union survive Mrs Walter Evelynn Jones Turtle Creek 3 and Mrs Edward Feryne Reardon Wilmerding A son Benner S Wilson Jr precedec her in death There are 20 grandchildren and 14 great grandchildren Two later Kandrack registered has second Holein one with an 8 iron on the 130 yard No 5 Im seeding the ball away have it mounted as a tro Kandrack said temperatureh o v e r e d A US military spokesman said heavy monsoon weather Sunday prevented carrierbased Navy pilots from flying any bombing missions over Commu nist North Viet Nam Air Force pilots managed 18 missions over the North but most were radarguided strikes with no pilot visibility There were few reported demonstrations by antigovern ment Buddhist students today but a UPI survey showed the unrest of a Angelo Carcaci testified he had unexpectedly been sent to Iharles Lamar Lowe of Hous ton Tex Lowe is a former resident of Laurel and had worked at the Masonite Corp month long political caused by the ouster San Francisco to learn how to use electronic listening devices Two weeks ago Gov Scran ton advised State Police Com missioner E Wilson Purdy and other officers not to testify before the committee Scranton said he objected to the manner in which the hearings were con ducted and noted that no cross examinations were permitted Purdy late Fridaysaid he would testify before the com mitteehut only about troopers Huntingdon Huntingdon Continued From Page One partment A dozen or more o ficers participated inthe rapi exchange of gunfire Foster said 35 bullet hole were counted in the Collins Radio car a 1961 Mercury licensed tojColo F1R United Aircraft rose to Boeing 1 to to 59Vi General Vt to 59Vi and McDonnell Dynamics 49 69 53 ACF Industries AirProducts Air Reduction Allegheny Ludlum Stl Allied Chemical Allis Chalmers American Airlines American Can American Cyarxmid American Electric 38V4 American Optical American American Tobacco Anaconda Armco Steel Atchison Bethlehem Steel Boeing Borden Canada Dry Celanese Chesapeake Ohio Champion Paper Chrysler Coca Cola Polaroid Procter Gamble Pullman RCA Republic Steel Reynolds Metal Reynolds Tobacco Sears Roebuck Simmons Standard Oil Nj Sinclair Socony Mobile 34 80 V4 Vi U WVtr Vi Southern Ry iSperry Uand 57 37 V2 35 156 39 V4 V4 77 V4 Standard Oil Ohio Swift Texaco TRW Tidewater Oil Trans WA Union Carbide United Aircraft United Air Linea US Rubber JUS Steel Western Union Westing Air Brake Westing Electric Wheeling Steel Xerox Corporation Youngstown ST 74 9i 55V4 Vi 19 74 Vi 62 85 132 Vi V4 Vt 155 by sending a committee to threeman the state sub Civil Service Commission for an on inspection of its opera tidns The subcommittee is headed by Rep J Dean Polen D Washington and includes Reps Eugene Gelfand DPhila and Joseph W Isaacs RDelaware Rebuffs Committee popular Buddhist general was causing skyrocketing inflation in the key port of Da Nang One of the B52 raids today was so close to that it rattled windows and shook the ground in the capital This has been the case in severa previous raids by the eightjet Stratofortresses near the city Tons of bombs were unloaded morale Purdy had no comment on Te third man involved the Senate subcommittees de cision to investigate the wire tapping charges Rep Ronald Lerich DBeaver Falls who headsJ the House committee said We will work in conjunction with the subcom mittee when it moves into Pennsylvania Its my intention as chair the attempted holdup isbelievedi Consumers Nat Gas ho hrihr anH MS rnnsolidated Coal In a weekend development on suspected Commanist troop freezing mark when j Bra ckbill fired off a letter to i concentrations and a Viet Cong started to holes of golf play the I was committee chairman Martin P warmly he explained Kaidrack who has been playing for 9 years and shoots n the 80s toured the 9 holes with a twounderpar 33 card ng five pars two two eagles Mullen DPhila telling him there would be no attempt to Kidnappers Hold Boy For Ransom SURFSIDE Fla UPI teenage son of a prominent factory area 18 miles southeast of the capital in the Rung Sat special zone withhold information but thati The other B52 raids were the administration a Viet Cong training plans to draft a line by line area 70 miles northwest of budget Braekbill said the line by line system was dropped in 1929 in favor of the present lump sum approach He said the lump sum method not only means better government but in the long run it costs less money If the House Appropriations would the committee function and con to be badly wounded and his arrest is expected hourly Chief Foster said The bandit who escaped dropped the bag of money whjch the trio took from a welltondo grocery store owner Prentiss Savage 42 of Takoma Park Chief Foster said Savage drove to his home last night af 28V4 Vi Consolidated Coal Vg j Columbia Gas inj Cansolfdated Edison Consumers Power Crucible Detroit Edison Diamond Nat Dow Chemical DuPont EastAir JEastman 49V4 32 this investigation Alesandroni meanwhile lined the problems he encoui tered in attempting to question Carcaci First the attorney general said it was Carcaers hospital staythen his convales cence then his lawyer then his itself ter closing his store The stora is open on Sunday catering to Ford i 4 Seventh Day Adventists Savage was followed by the Mercury operated by Killgore As he stopped at his home and started on foot for the house the Uiree jumped from the Mercury and knocked him to the ground LJICU nio lavrvci uicu 113 Tho nnt orlhAciTra tinto iVi hie Changing a gin h his SrthfSff Youknow whlc this is present attornev has promised f U GeneralDynarri General Elec Gen Foods General Motors General Telephone Goodyear Grace W R Great Greyhound Gulf OiV Hearings On China Reopen WASHLNGTON UPI GOPsponsored experts on Chi na get their turn at the rostrum today in the Senate Foreign Relations Committees wide Vijranging examinationofjJTJS Vg j policy toward the Conmidist i pis jit of r Former Rep Walter H JUId 210 y RMiinn a medical missiogary J tii i Ch5na for 10 y6315 JN Rowe of Yale a of f China who iived inere 17 yifars were scheduled as witnesses as Jf i he committee its region where thousands of US Marines stormed ajjjjore Satur day in the landing of southernmost war US The Leathernecks slogging through the slime and muck of the one hofdun Walker Judd and Rowe were at the request of Sen Bdgrke B Hickenlooper R4owavand j other jGOPi members gfho i complained the comnSpee seemed to be hearing Va when the detective will be said that Savage availableforinterrogation law from it Alessandronisaid w are not immune lice savage had received contractorwas kidnapped Sun Committee wants to return to mancrrftv the day night bv agunman whoi something that is n i K hl MJ Peninsula have demanded by as the pnadT will h fjLionly sporadic sniper fire and dawn have to do it without r 4 n or youlrnllePseryqur son assistant of theexecutive wifl alive Police said the armed kidnap per barged into the waterfront home of Aaron Goldman in this The deceased was a andvtool I of the First Baptist Church Three Smines Shp wac a Three Springs She was a mem her of the Order of Amaranth 1 Huntingdon and belonged to the Order of Eastern Star White I Shrine Pocahontas Chapter of Orlando Fla Funeral services will be Wednesday March 30 at 2 branch Braekbill said Schedule Light Inside the General Assembly i itself action should be light jkeeP with major issues being held nists A handful of Communists was reported killed Hie operation is intended to Red Chinese Leader Ends Pakistan Visit ditional negotiations Surf side Polree Chief Wiley the tenta Barefoot said the kidnapper who the Viet Cong from the heav Saigon Illinois 80 ral International Harvest 51Vi International Nickel ly from university expertsSfrho had logged little or no tirn4 in mainland China They waited more witnesses witii diual expedience on the scene Of the nine previous witpes threats and peculiar phone K Jones Lauehlin As Savage neared the house Manufacturing with the three holdup menpo1 lice came out identified them selves and called to themen to surrender A violent gun bat 96 jses onlytwo were of China and all but doe at was then wearing a bound and baseball cap gagged Gold man andKswife landfled with their son in Goldmans car The kidnapper demanded pm from the McClain funeralj25000 ransom in cash am BST Tuesday by6 Back Trouble Try Englanders Solid Mattress No board seeded for back support A E HOLLINGER SW Washington St To VotejOn Merger NEW YORK supplies from the sea Several merchant vessels have been is scheduled to vote finalattacked by Viet Cong gunners ly on an administration bill imion the channel in recent weeks a constitutional1 allowing recall of plementing amendment retired judges temporary duty j Both the House and Senate j appropriations committee will I continue hearings on the adj ministrations billion bdget for the Londoji Times To Print Neivs On Front Page LONDON UPI The Times tie erupted Foster said Grove fell to the ground RAWALPINDI P a kis tanionce critically wounded in UPI Communist stomach Killgore tried to get away by lying down on the front seat and pushing the accelerator to the floor However the bulletrid dled car failed to run after three blocks and Killgore escaped on 64 Marine Brig Gen Samuel B Griffith from j universities Griffith whoihas s translated Mao Tse4ungs ings on Guerrilla warfare served in China Chi today completed a round of successful talks with Pakista ni leaders and pledged Pekings unity against aggression with Mo 198fr7 fiscal year a historic holders Western of the Norfolk and Chesapeake and The Pennsylvania League for Consumer Protection a newly formed citizens group will hold I tradition May 3 and begin the regime of President hammed AyubKhan i foot Liu 68 today was traveling Foster said there was good to Lahore and was to head for j evidence that the third man the Karachi on Wednesday then fly back across the Himalayas into Red Chinas Sinkiang Province Thursday But the official portion of his trip to Pakistan was concluded at a one who started to escape with the loot was badly wounded Foster said the bag contained a considerable amount of money KALOS CLIFTON 7 Women Wild TUESDAY ONLY J C Night All SOe Open Short 8 PM NOBODY WAVED GOODBYE Peler Kastrer Julie Biggi A film you should nol miss Judith admirabfy put forth A iharp crisp observation Boiley Crowlher Ohio rwlroads will vote on the its first statewide meeting here proposed merger of the two rain today Discussions of proposed systems at separate annual consumer credit legislation Twill 1785 meetings set for May 12 POWER MOWERS SUMMER SUPPLIES LAWN FURNITURE Phipps St Huntingdon Inc I be among the chief matters 5 County Continued From Page One portant part of the million j in local bread and roads that will be unproved un der Pennsylvanias first public lyannounced longrange plan Specific projects listed are sub ject to change only by action gala Foster said that one gun was printing news on its front pagebanquet Sunday night found at the scene along with instead of classified advertise We have no intention to doadhesive tape and a pin from a you harm Liu declared nor i tear gas capsule do we believe you havej Savage feU to the ground as intention to do us harm We soon the shooting started and require nothing m a slight MM its decision Sunday in a small notice on page 10 mam news page The annowcement said sim ply that the work of redesign ing The Times has completed The only time the paper roke tradition this century printed news on page one were the special Sunday editions during World War I and last January 25 in a other than unity against aggresjbullet creasedehis scalp r sion Ayub announced j their two days of talks i been eminently successful Western diplomats in Adventists Elect HAMBURG Pa UPI Don New aid W Hunter was reelecied tribute p the late Sir WinstonGandhi Delhi said today that they of the Pennsylvania convinced the Liu visit to Conference of the Seventh Day Pakistan was timed intentional1 Adventists at the first Biennial ly to coincide with iheConstituency Meeting held Sun Washington trip today of Indiinday at Blue Mountain Academy Prime Minister Mrs Indira Churchill Man u mentsMarfcera Cemetery Lettering Far information Union 17064 of the commission following pub lic notice and airing Under past papers practice they would have g u subject to change by department without public notice r In the early days of OPERATING IN RED DENVER UPI The diplomats added that jthe of Chinesebuilt itemsplanes aii tanks during af shared front page parade last week tnca advertisements jwas a not too subtle message 101 the United States that Pakistan West 3 Bodies Found CARLETONVILLE South UPI morej 5200 foot level of the Driefontein Mine here last WPPV anrf efghtTmes AUXERRE France UPI would become much more eiPolice said Joseph Henaut 47friendly with Red China flinging to four the known atsuffered a fatal heart moves closer tonumber of dead in Fridays r caused bv overexerilndia Liu nad been scheduled pressure blast Seven other he lugged twoto vis at a later are still missing and ed with clothingrut the trip was moved UP atfeared dead All 11 trapped by stolen from a nearby store Pakistans request ithe blast were Africans HAVING BOILER TROUBLE for 8HOUR BOILER REPLACEMENT SERVICE Temporary Heat Supplied While The Job It Done MARTIN HEINE PETROLEUM Inc Heating Service 314 Washington Huntingdon U432321 John Eckley Mgr WEEKLY LIVESTOCK AUCTION KLUVILU LIVESTOCK MARKET INC All Kindt Of Livestock Poultry Sold On Commission bt assured of current market prices consigned to this auction PUBLIC AUCTION EVERY WEDNESDAY Produce crt livestock at Centra PtRPiyivanrai lirgeit livestock Auction Poultry Sole At 2 PM Belleville Miffiin Co 9352146 On 74 CEDAR CREST AREA NEAR MT UNION Wanted ambitious boy to carry Tht Daily News in this area Please apply in person at the Mt Union Times office 20 S Jef ferson St WOLF FURNITURE CO Miffbii Hnntingdon Ph J4314W 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