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Daily News (Newspaper) - April 19, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania State ancaster Man 5 7 Drowns lln Stone Valley Accident A 57yearpld Lancaster man dr owned y eater day wtMn he fell from boat white fishing at the Stone Valley Recreation Area Lake i Barree Township Huntingdon County John H Goodhart of 131 Church treet Lancaster apparently jtoppfed from his fishing boat university took part in the effort jabout am and his body was along Wuh volunteers from I retrieved from the manmade the Petersburg Shavers Creek lake about 4 pan Huntingdon and Mount Union fire Huntingdon County Coroner companies Dr Harry H Negley said that ts death was from Goodhart who had a history of drowning heart trouble had been in the When the accident was reported area since Thursday visiting with James Valentine a Waterways a nephew William Buchenhorst Patrolman for the Pennsylvania of Bellefonte RD 2 He went Commission coordinated fishing on Thursday and then set search effort to locate the mans out again Friday morning to fish ntn t i r i He rented twelve foot alumi Officiate of the Pennsylvania num trom the to tale Police Pennsylvania Game the lake The six foot two inch and the security de230 man feu S Ipartment of Pennsylvania State into 15 feet of water Witnesses said he splashed once then dls appeared from sight Later his nephew told a Dally News reporter that Goodhart was a capable swimmer Shortly afterhis disappearance the mans cap and coat were pulled from the water The victim was a retired mas ter sergeant from the USArmy and had been working In a garage in the Lancaster area He had planned to remain in the Bellefonte area until Sunday morning Ten members of the Peters burg Volunteer Fire Company under the direction of assistant chief Kermit Port reportedtothe scene with a service truck and dragging equipment along with six members of the Shavers Creek Fire Company under the di rection of Fire Chief Harry Ressler Ten firemen reported from Huntingdon to assist in the search operation Grappling attempts for the body were halted because the water was becoming muddy and the scuba diving team from the Mount Union Fire Company swung into action The body was taken to the J C Blair Memorial Hospital and later turned over to Browns funeral service to be prepared for burial Today the body was transport ed to Lancaster where funeral services will be held on Monday Interment will be made in the MUlersville Mennonite Ceme tery at Millersvllle Coordinate Search For Drowning Victim Officials at the scene of yesterdays tragic drowning at the Stone Valley Lake confer shortly after the fishing license of John H Goodhart of Lancaster was recovered from the lake Lett to right are Gerald Wendt Pennsylvania Game Com mission Corporal Robert Allen of the Pennsylvania State Police John Meckley department of security Pennsylvania btate University system James Valentine Pennsylvania Hsh Commission and the director of the search operation and Huntingdon County Coroner Dr Harry H NegleyJr THE DAILY NEWS VOL 48 HUNTINGDON AND MOUNT UNION PA SATURDAY APRIL 19 1969 NO 68 Air Sea Convoyls Forming To Fulfill Nixons Pledge onian Has Includes w alt Itship Fifth Child New Jersey B Herself Lasl In Series On Hes TOPS Contest RunnersUp Get WASHINGTON UP sea nd air convoy including the tleship New Jersey began forming today in the Western acific to fulfill President flxons pledge of protection for he reconnaissance flights he rdered resumed over the Sea Japan The Defense Department con irmed that the New Jersey the Rations only active battleship nd an undisclosed number of er ships and planes were sing shifted from their eviously assigned positions to provide necessary protec ion for reconnaissance mis sions Word of the new military eployment came only hours President Nixons warning rriday that American Intel fencegathering planes like the Navy EC 121 downed Mon Jay night by North longer would be fair game Contd on Page 5 POUT ANGELES Wash Harry Reynolds 31 Port Angeles was up and about feeling just just two days after she delivered her fifth child at home all alone 1 just got tired of seeing hospital rates go up every time you turn around she said Mrs Reynolds whose fourth child came at a hospilaldoctor Confd on Page 5 THE WEATHER Cloudy windy and colder today and tonight Occasional light rain today ending tonight Steady or slowly felling tern peratures today with after noon temperatures in the 40s Lows tonight In the low and middle 30s Sunday clearing and not as cold High tern peratures middle 50s to lower 60s Fair and warmer for Monday You must list runnersup f That was an order from the judges in The Daily News contest which sought out toprate newsboys in the papers circulation area by means of letters written by their customers There were so many fine let ters submitted in the contest lauding many newsboys stated judges Prof and Mrs Wilbur K McKee that we feel there should be a listing of the runners up In the Hes TOPS I com petition Todays story on the runners up ends the series in the Hes TOPS contest reports The Daily News coverage area was divided into divisions for judging two prizes were given in Huntingdon because of the large number of routes one in Mount Union one in Saxton one To Briefings A group of Juniata College political science majors will travel to Washington on Monday and Tuesday April 21 and 22 for a tour and briefings by capital dignitaries and departments The tour arranged by senior 5 Arrested As Police Stage Raids Five persons were arrested in Huntingdon County last night for establishing gambling places and dispensing liquor without a license The arrests followed simul taneous raids staged at two locations at by State Police from Huntingdon and HoUidays burg and Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board agents from Altoona The officers swooped down on the MaddenWennlck American Legion Post Home Association at Rockhill Furnace and the wick Sportsmens Association located in Springfield Township one mile north of the Huntingdon Contd on Page 5 96 Cases Awaiting Grand Jury District Attorney Newton C Taylor has prepared a list of 96 cases to be presanted to the grand jury at the opening of the April Term of Huntingdon County Court on Monday morning at 930 oclock Judge P Merls Heffner will preside during the fourweek ses sion which will include two weeks of criminal court A visiting judge the Hon Arnold Smorto of Cambria County will preside at one civil court trial and It is expected that an outofthecounty jurist also will be available to hear several criminal court mat ters District Attorney Taylor said that the grand jury will be In session two and ponslbly three days in order to act on the various bills of indictment Contrd on Page Z in East Broad Top and one in James Hysong of Brookvilie will northernHuntingdon County and incorporate many facets of gov McConnellstown to James Creek erntnental life and give the Contd on Page z Contd on Page 2 Are There Any More At Home Like You One of the letter writers in the Hes TOPSP contest in praising her Walker second from righf asked Are there any more a home like yotip1 having experienced the fine service tjiven by tlirei previous Walker carriers left to right Tom Don and Cluis No mistaking the one re inaintas Its Freddie whoIs seeing service now as Gregs substitute during track season THE NEWS INSIDE Ann Landers 14 Albert Rung10 Along the Juniata 9 Church Page3 Classified Ads 12 13 Comics 11 Crossword13 News of Yesteryear 8 Obituaries2 On Stage Live 9 Society Club News 7 Sports4 US Base Hit By Suicide Squad SAIGON UPU troops with explosives strapped to their bodies charged out of the darkness and attacked a desolate UJ3 base camp near the Demilitarized Zone US spokesmen reported today They said the assault left 11 Americans dead and 23 wound ed The attackers numbered about 100 and included North Vietnamese infantry and corn inandos who had virtually turned themselves into human bombs with their parcels of explosives In Saigon a US soldier who escaped from 14 months of Contd on Page 2 At Mount Union Concert To Be Held t Tuesday Sounds of irusic will fill the air when the senior high music department of the Mount Union Area High School presents its annual Spring Concert on Tuesday evening April 22 at 8 pm This event win take place in the Contd on Page 2 Vehicle Drops Over High Bank A Clearfield County man was injured and his car was demolish ed Friday when it plunged over a 30foot bank taking with it the Pennsylvania Historical Com mission sign erected at Jacks Narrows on Route 22 west of Mount Union The driver Burl I Dalsher 60 of 605 Martin Street Clear field suffered lacerations of the lip and scalp After being treat ed at J C Blair Memorial Hospital he was released to return to his home Daisher was eastbound on Route 22 al 3 pjn yesterday driving a 1963 Ford Galaxie sedan The rightfront tire blew out on a left curve and the vehicle ran off onto the south berm In Jacks Narrows The sedan travelled on the berm for 60 feet before striking a wooden guard post The next guard post was knocked down and the next Contd on Page 5 Four Killed In Atlantic Citv tf ATLANTIC CITY NJ UPI persons lipil and 24 were injured Friday night ina raging fire believed to have started as a grease fire in a frying pan in a fireproof luxury apartment building The dead were ail women Two of them were found when fire officials pried open an elevator stuck between the sixth arid seventh floors of the 12 story Brighton Towers apart ments Atlantic City Hospital officials identified three of the victims as Judy Stout 25 a nurse at the hospital Mrs Marie Falgiatorj 42 and Mrs Marie Aiulisman There was no immediate Confd on Page 2 For Margin Of Difference Program JC Given 10000 By Valley Rural A gift of was made to Juniata College by the Valley Rural Electric Cooperative in support of the institutions Margin of Difference development program i President John N Stauffer expressed the gratitude of the college lo Douglas W Smith construction of the new Ellis manager and Robert L BrenneHaU in whlch the student center man Huntingdon office manager wiu located The mam lo who made the presentation on the ground floor will be marked This Is the third gift to Juniata in recognition of Valley Rural by the cooperative which serves Electrlcs generosity President 9300 owner consumers in a Stauffer revealed sevencounty area including you heartily the ford Blair Huntingdon Juniata Juniata President said for this Miffiln Franklin and Fulton wonderfully fine evidence of part Your action President in building our Rtautter saul will add strength community and in preparing o Juniaia tor Us service youilg people who study here at community and to the Juniata for future respon gift wll be applied to the S6rvice and leadel Third Gift By Cooperative Your action will add strength to Juniata Dr John N Stauffer president of Juniata College tells Douglas W Smith left manager of Valley Rural Electric Cooperative Comment was male when VRE check lor was presented to Juniatas Margin of Difference development campaign
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