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   Daily News (Newspaper) - May 28, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                120 Are Given Diplomas At Southerns Graduation State Library Pr Outstanding Class Landed At Commencement Program Tteey set records on the football field they excelled in the classroom One hundred and twenty members of the Class of 1969 at Southern Huntingdon County High School an outstanding class that wont be forgotten were graduated last evening in im pressive ceremonies at the high school auditorium filled with families and friends Proceeding into the auditorium h the strains of the fcmiliar The exercises were mem Pomp and Circumstance arable marked by fine student played by the SHC bandunder the addresses a stirring commence direction of Verino Dandrea the msnt b Dr Orlo M Brees graduates made a handsome pic former New York legislator and tore in their caps and gowns for 10 years a public relations the boys in vibrant blue the girls stafl member on tne west in white as they took their coast for National Association of places on the stage which was Manufacturers the presentation adorned in front with massive of awards and the climax of the arrangements of chrysanUien evening the presentation of the raums and gladioli class by Principal JohnOYeiter and the awarding of diplomas by the days to come to judge the Supervising Principal John O soundness of new ideas and then Yetter and the awarding of diplo change opinions when the situa mas by Supervising Principal tion demands it He painted out John O Yetter and the awarding we have had a wellbalanced of diplomas by Supervising Prinbackground now we must cipal FredG Angle continue to plan and to learn The Rev Richard H Mejv and never hesitate to open new ers began the commencement exdoors ercises with the invocation which Motivation was the sub was followed by remarks by Per ject of Dennis Scotts talk We ry Clsney vice president of the graduating class perrys talkas did those of the two class lead ers Richard Walker and Dennis Scott showed a mature arti tude toward graduation from high school While we experience re grets about breaking ties Perry said these are over THE WEATHER shadowed by the prospects of days to come He encouraged the members of the class to be flexible in Sunny and warmer today high upper 70s to low 80s Fair and warm tonight low in the 60s Sunny and war in Thursday high in the 30s Fridays out look partly cloudy warm and humid with scattered thunder showers are proud and happy to be grad uatlng yet sad too As we look ahead are we thinking about se curity only or for Jobs of the greatest productive power of the greatest Joys for the He recounted an amusing story of a frog stuck in the mud which finally moved when a snake got after it an example of high motivation Let us try onskills to see what we can achieve and then enjoy the results Mr Dandreas band then played Air Suite in D by Bach after which Richard Walker delivered his accress Accepting the Challenge of the Future He too spoke of the hour of farewell a part of life something final but im mediately looked to the future As we face tomorrow we will ConPd HI Page 5 THE DAILY NEWS VOL 48 HUNTINGDON and MOUNT UNION WEDNESDAY MAY 28 1969 NO 101 Tussey Mt Graduates Senior Class Of 119 jln Orderly Efficient Exercises Despite additional difficulties 3f an administration plagued by serious illnesses tta 1969 class of the TiisseyMoun Irain High School graduated in style last evening in ceremonies Iheld ia the high school gym at S oclock A class of 119 seniors in gowns lof the class colors scarlet and proceeded toplacesof boo lor to the strains of the femiiiar and Circumstance by BElgar Tne music was provided by the Tussey Mountain High School Band directed by Richard S neemaker DESPITE ILLNESSES The c cairn en cement duties I scheduled to be performed by E I Wilson Gates nigi school prto aij who is recovering from a I recent operation and Super I vising Principal Harry H AJ I corn who became UI over the kerid were efficiently hand I fed by Acting Principal O W I Troy Administrative Assistant IG Allen Hoover and guidance counselor Frank P annebaker Speaker for the exercises was Col John A Englemann Ss Air Force His paradoxical career includessuch I facets as his prowess in football boxing waile at the Univer sity oi Alabama his alma Contd 01 Page 2 South Viets Limits To Be Defined PARIS with South Vietnams professed li mits on how far it will go toward achieving peare could prove different for President Nixon in his meeting with President Nguyen Van Thieu Allied officials said today Nixon and Thieu will confer June S on Midway Island Allied officials riteii a state ment by Phum Dang Lam chief South Vietnamese negotia tor at the Paris talks thul there were limits we will not cross in the effort toward peace The main aim at the Midway meeUng will to define those limits which Lam did not vletait Allied offiiials said The South Vietnamese government already has said wimt one of its limits was It refused to consider a Commu nist demand for a coalition government lo organize post war elections Lam said again Tuesday notliinji Irid changed Cuntci on Page 2 Eight Seniors Are Honor Students ETight members of this years senior class at Tussey Mountain Hieh School wprt riUd for their scholastic standing In the top row left to right are Randall Chamberlain hieh honors Dpjinis Barto Roger Brumbaugh and Kenneth Eichelbcrger all honors Second row Chpryl Gisnlnvan Janice Lazor Paul Venglik and Robert Watkins Schedule Change Effective ith the week begin is June 1 the Mount Union itinerant ofire of the Bureau of pniployrnen Security will be open OP Thursday only from ann to 2 pm The office is located on the irst Hoor oi the Aesz Building Moon Is Peculiar Astronauts Claim SPACE CENTER Houston The moon is really peculiar navigator John W Young said summing up the Apollo 10 flieht But that moons not Texas and we sure arp glad to be here Troops ILeave Hill SAIGOV United Etates pulled the bulk of its Iroops off Hamburger Kill forsaking the peak near IDS whose capture cost 53 GIs illed and 300 wounded and riggered controversy in Wash figton new we have no sajor units or the hill We still troops in the area on and clearing opera lions and possibly there are ptill OPs observation posts on tie hill said a US comman Iter in the far northern batlle pone But the main units moved td during the night North Vietnamese troopers Burking iround the mountain CContd on Page 2 Young and fellow Apollo 10 astronauts Thomas P Stafford and Eugene A Cernan arrived at the Space Center to an enthusiastic but carefully controlled welcome from iJOO persons including their families and other astronauts Todny they start 11 rugged days of debriefings aimed at arming the Apollo 11 crew with the best possible knowledge for their moon landing tentatively sche dulec for July 20 Young said that moon is really peculiar and interesting strange Its a very different kind of satellite T think that we learned a great deal about whats going on up there and we brought back the data and the pictures But that moon doesnt have any air and that moons no Texas and we sure are glad to Le here Hard To Believe Stafford who led the team ihat spent eight days in space and orbited the moon 31 times in 61 hours said Its still hard for us to believe what we sav Contd xi Page a AFS Fund Nears Goal our goaltr Thats the report from Mr and Mrs WllBrandau of Juniata College chairmen of the Inter national Student Sponsor solicita tion for the Huntingdon chapter of American Field Service According to the latest tally have been received toward the goal rjfSlOOO to support the program of AFS in Huntingdon Originally the Bramiaus made an appeal for 100 couples cr indivi duals to contribute S10 to earn the title International Student Sponsor Although the party to honor the 19GOsponsors is over 33 cards will be sent tc all contributors A check for SCO was received by Mrs Brandau thp rrartial proceeds from a benefit bis up to Museum and f one Gardens sponsored by tlir World propr am il Radio Contd n Pripe 1 Jayeees Meet Flags Will Appear For Holiday New flags will fly in down town Huntingdon this Memorial Day as the Hintingdon Area Jay cee initiated a flag placement service Urder thechairrranchipofRorx ert Gsissinser about will be placed in front of dowowa businesses for the holiday this Friday During the Memorial Day par ade in the morning Scouts will carry the flags in the early part of the march and then a brief dedication ceremony will be held as the flags are placed in permanent holders attached to the borocghs parking meters The flag placement service is purchased by the merchant or in dividual and the Jaycee place the flajs for each appropriate day and then have the responsi bility for removing the flags and storing them until the next holiday Details of he flag program were outlined by the chairman ost night at a dinner meeUng of tne chapter held at the M 4 M Restaurant President Ralph R Ferrari presided and welcomed Election Official Count Given The official vote count for the primary election in Hunt ingdon County was announced to day by the Huntingdon County Board of Elections and showed little change from tho unofficial tabulation made election night Attorney Morris Terrizzi gai ned an additional 25 votes in his successful drive to secure the Democratic Party nomination for county judge while the Hon R Merle Heffner picked up one vote in his winning Republican Party nomination The official results sliow Pomeroy R 4704 Manderino P1192 Pomeroy D1323 Manderino D932 Heffner R3828 Terrizzi R3587 Heffner D1209 Terrizzi D1977 Yes3872 No5826 fn addition Robert Norris un seeking another term as sheriff won on both ballots with 6925 GOP votes and 430 Democratic votes Calvin T Walker incumbent GOP prothonotary receive 6596 Republican votes and 128 Demo cratic votes and G Dewey Black got the GOP nomination for Jury Commissioner a vote of P282 Contd on Page 2 TwentySix Graduate With Honors Twentysix members of the Class of 19G9 at Southern Huntingdon County High School were graduated with honors in tlie top row left to right are Linda Covert high honors Betty Neucler high honors Dennis Snott high honors Bryan Shops higli honors Charles Ulsh high honors Second row Richard Walker high honors Nancy Booth honors Perry Cisney iionors George Clippinger honors Mary Conner honors Third row Carl Cutshall honors Patricia Cutshall honors Barbara Everhart honors Jwly Grissinger honors Craig Hamilton hoiiois Fourth row Donald lineman honors Katherine Kane honors Karen Kimmel honors George Pyles honors Sally Shehan honors Fifth row Craig Stevens honors Roy Stevens honors Donald Trego honors Enlow Walker honors Sara Whltsel honors John Walker honors Northern Bedford County igh Awards 98 Diplomas Ninetyeight seniors at Northern Bedford County High School Loysburg last evening received diplomas at the annual com mencement program held in the high school Giving the key address at the occasion was a resident of Wash ington DC Harry Butler Savage who used as his topic The Law of Averages America faces the peril of the law of averages stated Savage who told that history records the fart that nations such as Greece and Rome lasted only two hund red years He challenged the class to break the law of averages as far as history is concerned and to make sure that America does not go down as others in several Robert W Carper 48 who yeai siience was critically burned in a fire We should not expect security Victim Of Portstowii Fire Dies from tlie government said Mr Savage but we should search for our own security Listed by the speaker were three things which he hopes that each graduate will learn namely 1 Learn a little about econo mics no government can guar antee everything 2 Learn a little more about American hist ory We have a great heri tage and 3 Give moral life an uplift by going to church Contd on Page 18 which destroyed his Portstown home early Sunday morning April 27 died last night in Har risburg General Hospital The fire which is thought to have been started by Carpers smoking in bed made live persons homeless Carper suf fered second and third degret burns to 40 per cent of his body including his arms face hands and legs Asleep at the start of the fire he was pulled from his burning Ccntd on Page 5 Deadline Extruded HARRISBURG UP I The deadline for registration of commercial motor vehicles has been extended until June 13 State Revenue Secretary War ner M Depuy Tuesday ordered the delay from May 31 because of a substantial increase in new commercial vehicles on the road and due to the Memo rial Dav holiday Attorney Elected At Annual Meet Corcelius Heads Scout Council Attorney A Iynn Corcelius Taylor Highlands Huntingdon vas elerted president oftheJuni ata Valley Council Boy Scouts of America at the councils annual business meeting Cor relfus will fake officeJuly I Correlius is a partner in the law firm of lienry and Corcel ius 200 Ppnn street Huntingtou He has beer active in Scoiring sine his boyhood except difing military service He has been a Cubmastor Troop and Explorer Committepman and for the past vo years a member of fie board As president of the Juniata Valley Council Corcelius heads an organization of more ttian i000 inon and bojs In four count ies of Cenfral Pennsylvania Contd on Pnse IS In Bitter FiirM Sam Yorty Winner Of Third Term LOS ANGELES UPI or Sam Yorty woa reelection to a third term today turning back City Councilman Thomas Bracileys bid to become Los Angeles first riegro mayor Unofficial returns at 3 am from all but six of the citys 2890 precincts gave Yorty 5325 per cent of the vote lo 4674 for Bradley The tally was Yorty 447030 Bradley 392379 It was a powerful comeback for Yorty who got only 26 per cent of the vote to 42 per cent for Bradley in the mayoralty primary Jess than two months ago Yorty campaigned In the face of public opinion polls that up to the end forecast a Bradley victory by margins ranging from five to 15 per cent You have helped us to come back from certain defeat to what looks like a certain victory Yorty told cheering supporters at his campaign headquarters Bradley refused to concede defeat In a speech to his supporters shortly after 1 am and went to bed City Clerk Rex Layton estimated that close to 80 per cent of the 1127224 registered voters had cast ballots In a recordsmashing turnout Greatest Vote It was the greatest vote for a Contd on Page 2 INSIDE THE NEWS A L CORCELIUS Along The Juniata 3 Ann Landers 8 Classified ads16 17 Comics 15 Crossword i Obituaries 2 Pennsylvania Story 6 Society Club 14 Sports 4   

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