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   Daily News (Newspaper) - April 5, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                CLASSIFIED ADS DIAL MISS CLASSIFIED 6434040 or 5424641 THE DAILY library on Building Ta r ihfbu Pa 1712 6 VOL 43 NINE CENTS PEK COPT HUNTINGDON AND MOUNT UNION PA SATURDAY APRIL 5 1969 Phone 6434040 NO 56 24th Easier Egg Tree Now Complete Thousands of persons from a wide area will make their annual trek to Alexandria during the next week to see the famous Sprankle Easter Egg Tree Hie creator of the unique display Mrs Grace Sprankle is pictured putting the finishing touch on a new the exhibit a large lighted cross The display now complete will remain in tact until after Sunday April 13 The huge blue spruce tree in the background is the original highlight of the exhibit which has grown tremendously in 24 years Fire Destroys Main Barn At SCI Loss Is In Huntingdon Sunrise Service At Southern Huntingdon High School College Night To Be April 10 The annual School and College Nioht pro 2 Killed 10 Injured By Gas Leak NEWPORT Tenn Two persons were killed and 10 others injured Friday nisht when a broken pipe If1 deadly hydrogen sulfirle gas into Huntingdon State Cor Is Sunday viv llic uocxe couiuy Sheriff Tomideslroye Rev Joseph M MasonCounty Scnool Counselors Association will beSODell identified those killed asiiQ rL April 10 at the lly of th n will deliver he ser Huntingdon County High School The ofjahnilf v fc None Hurt Livestock Is Spared The main barn at the The executive die Dis ore i llrCn i ji uc u t i 11 ic j mon at the community Easteriwill begin at pm sunrise service in the First i united Methodist Church of Huntingdon Slated to begin at am he union service is being spon sored by the Huntingdon Coun il of Churches Host pasior is he Rev Orville V Warner Before assuming his current duties in September the Rev Mr Mason was pasior of the Bedford Church of the e annua Scool and College Nioht pro II1U1 i IT J u ti u j lue Cncmtro CoiPplant horciJecUonal Institution was gi am sponged each year by the Huntingdon Cocke County Sheriff Tomjdeslroved in a il Funding Is c Problem For Ravstowii Tomdestroyed in a spectacu Lhis morning loss estimated at D in the high school audijadmitled to alocaMiospTlaUnnd Superintendent Harry E Rus Continued On Page Two School and College Night is a special program designed to permit parents and students to Historic Operation meet with the representatives of various schools and colleges ini order to learn as early as posi sible about admissions policies and costs In past years School1 and College Night liad been held Because of reduction in fundin the fall or early winter and Brethren He formerly was pasillg b Congress lhe Greenwas geared primarily to thei lor of Churches of the Brethren Construction Company mayweeds of high school seniors in Mathias West Virginia andhave io cllrtial is rate of operi The everincreasing demand unrxTrw IDH c Timberville Virginia aliens on the new Raystownfor advanced education and the1 n n monin UMWI u 1Cu A native of Virginia Mr MaiReservoir Iconstantly growing competitionago v Cooiev were more than 60 other son was graduated from Bridge1 This explanation of the worker places in the beginning class heart for use mi animals there heifer dry water College and from Bethany on the high dam was given at a es of the various institutions ofi a was three voting cattle and calves TheologicafSeminary He also Joint meeting of Huntingdon and higher learning seemed to dep yeais night The 61 year old Tshaped had clinical training at Ihe Stated Mount Union Rotary Clubsimand that a program such as 0 ej ma oevlce was a mas of flames Training School for Boys at St Thursday evening at he be moved ahead and more1 man the when he first fire fighting ICharles 111 i Penn Hunt by William J Ensi emphasis placed on the operation in medical equipment rolled onto Hie SCI I Mr Mason has selected as the isiin Greensdirector of the projclassmen Consequently this1115 property The alarm sounded in Artificial Heart Keeps Man Alive seLl said at mirlmorning that no persons wore injured in the blaze and there was no evidence hat the holocaust was a part of any escape plan or incident An initial survey showed that no livestock was lost The SCT dairy herd including tiO milk cows Was in the harn yard adjacent to the destroyed structure The cattle were frightened and stampeded at limes in the yard but none was hurt Jn addition to the dairy herd Sunday Sunrise Service Slated In Mount Union Death Of Dr King Is Marked i ct i i v A j Tiiiiinitiu i i t Mr Mason has selected as theslin Greens director of the proclassmen Consequently this i Ensslin listed Ihe scheduled fcvrt t Music for the community sunvoume bv fiscal vears a fot tne underclassmen j theme of his Sunday sermon The Broken Seal years School and College Mght Haskell Karp of Skokie 111 rise service will be provided the Chancel Choir the organist of the church Prof Donald S Johnson and by two former Huntingdon singers Dr and Continued On Page Two morning jeci ivear s acnooi ana uoiiege iNigni uj onoiue JIL a Ensslin listed Ihe been geared to the needs offatner three was reported in Firemen c Itime by fiscal years as folthe underclassmen i satisfactory condition today Smithfieid and McConnellstown P a r e n t s and Students in The artificial heart Through June 1969 nine through eleven will said eliminated the possibility July 1 1JK9 to July 1 the event particularly helpiof rejection apparently elimin ful Seniors are welcome to atated the threat of coagulation July 1 1970 to July 1 1971 Thousands of marched behind Luther King Jr Negroes uho Dr took Martin j to the Escapee From Camp Admits Burglary 046000 Continued On Page Twol v muout jnn 11011 viii utjuci MIC ovine in 11 j t ueiiidnsiraj A 17vearold State College the Mount Union community Easter ere marred violence hoy whoescaped from the You In tomorrow in the FirstUnited Meth Ntx01 scnt a Forestry Camp No 3 earlier this nnrrn ai Mr5 has admilted burElarmng tend also jand minimized the destruction School and College Night will of blood vessels July 1 1971 to July 11972 at pm with a geni But the device could only be eral session for all parents and considered as a tempoVary Continued On Page Ten Continued On Page Two Detour OneWay Go Into Effect Monday Huntingdon Prepares For Big Traffic Bottleneck The Rev Frank Crawford of Allenport t f nunvi LIIITI i Mcuir tired Metnonist minister will deliver the mesleader Some of the demonstraj rise sei al am Kin lhe widow and Township The guest minister will speak on the theme Edward Kennedy DMassiat large entitled My Lord What a commemorated the first an The youth was missed at the T mversary of Kings slayin at am me sen ice has been arrangedjoining a inarch in Memphis and he was found back nf Dorm m oy me Mount 1mm MimstenTenn where the fatal shot was B at the camp on Thursdavi Mail VI at T fd alfrfria rcsidems 3re in1ired night at when he returned U1 lcl1 leKl i Police clamped a curfew on get something to eat He was Scripture will be taken from Memphis when groups of taken into custody by a counse JL 13 VS John youths watching the march by lor Mrs Emory Tilson church orfiOfifl largest of State Police said today that T fy lyr will preside at the ormany tributes staged across lennager entered a cabin in All i TclllOllS She will accompany the store Creek Stale Park ten yuS h ianted by Lester L Engel 6003 The tourthat will bring the setting up of a Route 26 routes and police offi iWalton Road Washington DCPaul Mauriatorchestra to Hunttour to facilitate work on have already made Amblyopia Screening Dates Given from Huntingdon onnellsto Continued On Page Two Guerrillas Lose 81 In envy Fight gan She will accompany the store A two day screening program Chance Choir who will sins the and began looting foi Amblyopia the lazy eye anthem But Now Is Disorders flared in problem which can seriously af en Peters feet the vision of vounssters ition of Ma not detected at an early age The goilnl OUBeiXiime 0 will be conducted on Saturday Easter will be marked with spe April 26 snri Sunaay April 27 cjat services in the followina rue program again this year churches in the Mount Union ar wil be conducted by the Huntea itjgdon Area Jaycee Chapter in cooperation with the Pennsyl Baptist Church vania Association for he Pre At the Easter Sunday morn vention of Blindness ing worship service the pastor All parents in the Huntingdon Rev William 1 Mediock A Jittie extra cooperation is going to be re quired of motor vehicle operators in Huntingdon beginning Monday as the borough starts to cajlefl on aive dergo a temporary bottling up of two of itsbombers artillery and helicop pvits I Itrr rtirKhiris hrpak ihp nrp SAIGON UP A 600nian Communist battalion rushed out of the jungle behind a sheet of mortar machine gun and rocket fire today and tried to overrun a US gttn base north west of Saigon The American command said the perrillas were thrown back losing 81 killed Outnumbered US 23th Infan lry Division manning t and police officials of both western exits Closed tooutgoing traffic he the Smithfieid Bridge a woj governments month arrangement involving Crews coopeialed in marking gtinships to break the pre dawn attack Mililary spokesmen said the defenders lost two men killed and 13 wounded in the twohorn Wp IVIGSI II was h 8750 Dam age To 2 Vehicles In Saltillo Crash Two cars were damaged a to Example Set es of the damage iu me io lied v u tv rt i JCrtTL PU uil 1 Cl iWindows and mirrors were brokent cities in two nations withinborough en the place was ransacked 35 days and damaged n clear case of Mauriat who became head malicious mischief jline news with the successful State Police at Huntingdon inlsale of over two million copiesneccied ln vestigated the incident yesterof his pop single vLove Is necks expected io result fromijod it will comprise the ony day and the youth was will be touring with aftithe changed traffic western exit from Headquarters said it was the tne have patrolmen and troopers Penn Juneion of t cad Route in war cast of the borough during as lh driving hours This last intersection should be driven care1 hattIine Communists rounded out the sixth week of Ihoir nationwide offensive with rocket and mortar atlacks for the twomonth iowns ancl camps linht allied losses to the Centre County Jail children between the apes of three and five years of age to this painless screening The program will be conriucle from II am until pm on April 26 and from I pm until 4 pm on Sunday April 27 Parents should report wit chiidren Io the lobby in front of the auditorium ai the Huntingi don Area High School j The entire program is under j the supervision of Dr H Ford Ciark of Huntingdon and Mrs i Sbndy Frederick of the Associ ation for the Prevention of Biinoness a Lewistown j Serving as chairman for thei will be Anthony E Busa i slid Ted Aurand j Assisting with the screening Continued On Page Two Continued On Page Ten i uu i iiig tin oi rLI ic ClleHlgtU U dlUC pcllLf i U IIUJJUI n tXll II and musicians and three female voihave already been establiIed borough onto Route 22 ioncahsls Thev nnrfnrm i i Continued On Page Two THE WEATHER i Clnudy windy and uarm wiih showers and scattered thuHtierslinwers today High temperature in the fills Showers ending this eve ning with gradual clearing and cooler tonight temperatures in thp middle and upper 30s Easter Sun day sunny and pleasant with highs in the oOs Sunny and pleasant Monday Saltiilo No person was injured in the pm mishap j Siale Police said Julius Mar lin Golden 34 Box 116 Three Springs was southbound oper ating a IQ57 Chevrolet convertij ble Golden attempted to make a left turn into a private drive jway and in so doing pulled into dav afternoon in a fastspread ithe path of a northbound 1967 jm Poner Township grassbrush Mercury sedan driven by James fire Richard Watkin Ifi Boxl76 Sal One of ltle menJ e s s e tillo Keith 79 Alexandria RD is C Blair Memorial Hospital 2 Burned In Grass Blaze Two men were burned yester second Saigonarea fight in the Continued On Page Two Chicago Boston Detroit Cleve land Washington Montreal and Toronto Under the management of Leverett Wright Concert Mani agement Inc they join the ranks of such concert sue1 cesses as Mantovani and the Shaw Chorale on the con Damage to the Watkin car was in Nixons Brother Named To Position WASHINGTON fUPl Comity Has 36 Traffic Mishaps During March estimated at S600 while with second and third de Gnlden vehicle was damaged burns of his left leg He is about ilisted in satisfactory condition Richard Schirm of Alexandria a fireman suffered a badly j burned hand while assisting to tear the burning clothing from Keiths body Schirm was treat ed by an Alexandria physician but was not hospitalized Keith was burning brush on The tour begins April 8 and will close with a concert Continued On Page Two Easter Dawn Service Set For Saxton on EiK 3 r broUier Huntingdon County escapedthe same period last without a fatal traffic accidentpersons were killed past month but State Police i highways an increase of 6 shere logged 36 accidents with Centre County logged half of estimated highway deaths four with appointed to the Seventeen persons were injurediMifflin County having two and th mishaps Biair and fulton one each pmmi rn Capt Clifford G Yahner The chief cause A the acci Alaska residcm officer Troop 09 too fast for condi Lvnnwood Wash and former Hollidaysburg announced tolions 53 reckless driving and that there were 288 acci42 failure to yield onehalf of nis in his eightcounty areajlhe highway March Eight persons were Saturday was Ihe worst day A combined Easter dawn service will mark the begin jning of Easter activities for his property old Route J16 Saxton Uniied Methodist year 19 22 in Hartslog Valley near The service will be lne exandria The fire flared out ofneld at the Dudley United control and spread to the nearjMelhodist Church at am by land owned by Raymond During the service the Rev 1 7 InirrT Vftrmtmn J 4U federal Fire Chief Carlton Schirm said Continued On Page Two Lvnnwood Wash tohane company executive 5e in charge of eral development state economic activities for the in the Cashes 205 were Alaskan region The FFCDPAIhurt and Property damage was was created in the Commerce Department by the 1055 Works and Economic Develop ment Act set at The eight road deaths oushsd the troop toial for the first three months of 1969 to 25 For for accidents n March A breakdown of the mishaps by day of the week Monday 33 TiiesHay 24 Wednesday 34 Thursday 23 Friday 42 SaU Continued On Page Two INSIDE THE NEWS Albert M Rung 6 Ann Landers 6 Classified Ads 9 Comics 7 Crossword Puzzle 9 Obituaries 2 Society And Club News8 Sports 4 Church Page 3 News Of Yesteryear6 Lloyd Ferguson will deliver the sermon and the Rev Thomas Irwin will serve the Sacrament of Holy Communion Services at Coalmontare as follows worship at am church school at 10 Services at Saxton will be as church school at oclock and worship at am with laymen participating in the service Pastor Trwin will preach on the subject Triumph Out of Tragedy during the worship services At Peak Of Todays SCI Blaze Fire today destroyed the main storage of the blaze which caused an estimated barn of the Huntingdon SCI farm complex loss This Daily News photo was taken at the peak   

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