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Daily News (Newspaper) - June 6, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania CLASSIFIED ADS DIAL MISS CLASSIFIED 6434040 DAILY NEWS State Library Education Building 17126 VOL 48 NINE CENTS PER COPY HUNTINGDON and MOUNT UNION FRIDAY JUNK 6 1969 PHONE 6434040 After 23 Years Resistance Leaders Defiant LONDON beads are balding the fringes at hair steel gray but the fire of defiance 25 years later lingers in the eyes of some World War n resistance leaders Several of those who led the resistance met Thursday night DDays 25th anniversary eve and said they were thankful to be alive when Allied forces stormed the Normandy beaches We were at the end of our physical resistance said Ro ger Cocteau As Major Gal lols he led the 10000strong Free French resistance move ment in Paris and its environs Cocteau learned the night of June 5 DDay was imminent The British Broadcasting Corps French service was airing some 350 unrelated phrases that had duped the Nazis into thinking they were a new code They were prear ranged signals to begin careful ly planned invasion tactics inside France Contd on Page 14 Nixon Ignoring Growing Storm Over Conference NEWPORT BEACH Calif UPI President Nixon has decided to go ahead with his Midway conference on the Vietnam War with little consideration for the critical storms beginning to break in Washington and other parts of the world The Chief Executive goes about a relatively routine At Baccalaureate NO 109 Renew Attacks ToSemors A challenge to work out your own salvation with a proper sense of awe and responsibility was conveyed to the Class of 1969 at Huntingdon Area High School ai umitigumi Area nign acnooi by the Rev Harrison Price in 19 Servicemen Are Aboard his baccalaureate sermon last In Contest County Gets 9650 Doe Licenses Ok ACAClllVCAjr A UULU1C business schedule today with Drop Of 1800 little outward evidence of concern over what he might discuss in the Midway Islands Sunday with President Nguyen Van Thieu of South Vietnam The White House resident expert on Vietnam Dr Henry A Kissinger arrived in south ern California Thursday night but the President did not confer with him Instead Nixon spent Huntingdon County has been toe evening wHh his family at allQCated tteir new home m San 196g twoday antlerless deer sea Celemente 25 miles south of son thePennsylvanlaGameCorn was well aware of unsolicited IaSt year S quota wheB U450 advice and comment coming from Capitol Hill and other world capitals His Sunday agenda for Midway however evening The service took place at 8 oclock in the high school audi torium The Rev Mr Price pastor of the Twelfth Street Unit ed Methodist Church used as the theme of his message Self Reliance He selected a portion of the the Version which says work out your own salvation with fear was well worked out before he left Washiigton for the West earlier this week There was no tags were sold in the county Statewide the number of doe licenses was cut approximately 25 percent The twoday anterless deer season will be held Dec 1516 This year 379000 anterless deer licenses will be available work out the salvation that God has given you with a proper sense of awe and responsibility Regardless of how we define salvation the principle stated in the text still applies said Mr Price The success of our sal vation depends to a great extent on how well we make it work related the story of a little SAC Plane Down In Bering Sea FAIRBANKS Alaska UPI A massive air search was con rated in the Bering Sea today for a fourengine Strategic Command plane assumed down with 19 servicemen aboard The RC135 a reconnaissance version of the Boeing 707 varnished 30 minutes after takeoff from Shemya a island at the western end of the Aleutians It was en route to Eilson Air Force Base near Fairbanks The military maintains a base on Shemya in the Bering Sea which separates the United States from the Soviet Union i Sunday The Pentagon said the plane Sunday School Meel Convention Tomorrow Six Mile Run solid is approach to e availabie SIX lIlle Kun Area Thpn harf lnKt hunters compared to 482550 New Water System Bid On June 23 Mile Run Water Corporation has announced it will open bids for the construction of a water system for the area it serves on Monday June 23 at 8 pm in the Six Mile Run Area Fire Hall Contractors will be bidding on three separate contracts com prising the system These are for water distribution the water storage tank and the well well pump and iron removal equip ment Specifications have been drawn up by L Robert Kimball consult ing engineer of Ebensburg Sets of these drawings are obtainable in accordance with the notice appearing in todays classified section Ernest D Taylor Six Mile Run president of the corpora Contd on Page 14 Thieu had undergone any last minute shift of direction The felling here on the colorful coast of Southern California where surfboards and male hippies wearing nose rings go almost unnoticed was that Nixon had stated his case ere ls a snarP and would not depart from it ln the of antierless lie substantially on East the PGC said As in 1968 the commission has authorized last year The state wide reduction reflects the desired curtailment of the white tail herd increase In some counties where the deer decreased signi of Shemya There was a brief flurry of hope earlier when the Pentagon Contd on Page 5 in the Midway ern Island group Nixon wanted to get as many American troops out of South aoer in the event of mcle ment weather or inadequate har Contd on Page 14 Contd on Page g again reserved one or two days for extension of the anterless deer season in the event of incle INSIDE THE NEWS Ann Landers 7 Building Page10 Classified Ads 16 n Comics 15 Courthouse Roundup 8 Crossword 17 Editorial q 6 Farm Page9 Obituaries 0 2 On Stage Live 3 Society Club News 13 Sports B4 5 TV Section 8 9 135 Children Needed At Mount Union Staff For Summer Head Start Named Staff for the Mount Union Area summer Head Start program has been selected Director Gloria Store an instructor in special education at Penn State University announced today The program will be opera ting from Monday June 23 through Friday August 15 this the Department of Public Wei year in the Allenport Elementary fare School a part of the Mount Union Serving with her as co Area School District director of the program is Lewis The director is currently an instructor and laboratory demon stration teacher at Pennsylvania State University Shehasworked ne reiaiea tne story ot a little vjutstanuiiig leaders ouuutiv i ue xtrmaguu am boy whom he had watched grow Schco1 worlf wil1 journey to Huntwas not shot down childhood to manhood and tomorrow to participate SAC headquarters in Omaha in tne centennial convention of Neb announced late Thursday the Huntingdon tomorrow to parthe plane was assumed down ticipate in the centennial conin an area about 180 miles east vention of the Huntingdon County Sunday School Associatioi Sassions wil be hold in the morning afternoon and evening in the Stone Church of tne Breth ren Moore Street Registration is slated to start at am followed by the viewing of spec ial lOOti anniversary displays TT from to am JtVinffS F ire Speaking in the morning will C3 be Albert M Rung of Peters burg RD who will relate His torical Facts About the Churches of Huntingdon County Divisional conferences will who had learned the lesson of Contd on Page 12 Loss Home Gutted From Onion s Fire A fire from fat being used to fry onion rings destroyed the Atkinsons Mills home owned by MISS AUDREY SCOTT Hesston Girl Chosen Fire Queen Follow With Four Ground Assaults SAIGON Comrau nists launched 102 overnight shelling attacks against major cities and US bases and then followed up today with four ground assaults against Ameri can camps guarding Saigon The new wave of rocket and mortar salvos heaviest since the night of May 11 targeted Saigon 10 province capitals 16 district towns and three major US air fields plus US Army headquarters Headquarters listed overall US and South Vietnamese losses as light Three rockets fell into Saigon and its suburbs one of them exploding an ammunition dump and killing two government soldiers Allied war communiques for Thursday and early today listed a total of 265 guerrillas killed at least 105 of them In the four attacks on US bases northeast and northwest of Saigon early today Military spokesmen put Contd on Page 5 Of Invasion Is SAINTE MERE EGLISE France Allied World veterans stood a Miss Audrey Scott daughter of Mr and Mrs Roy F Scott of Hesston RD 1 was selected queen of the Marklesburg Fire Company at the annual Mothers Day Banquet Sixteenyearold Miss Scott will represent the company at Oil Charges The Huntingdon County mens Association Convention Saturday July 5 at Shade Gap J O Blonde blueeyed Audrey Is a sophomore at Huntingdon Area High School where she is taking the academic course She would uivisional will veterans stooo a orv Thursday afternqon session like to study medicine and event ifternoon The alarm sbuhtied cfrhpdnioritr flamein the sauare of ually become a veterinarian The souifitied at pm summoning fire men from the McVeytown and scheduled to start at 1 Jrhere will begatherings for childrens workers youth and adult Sainte Mere Eglise the first youMi ana aauit French village liberated on D then the NewtonWayne fire com worers Scheduled to lead the 25 years ago today The flame burning in a bowl used for the of 60 Pine Street Winfree Kistler TEACHERS NAMED Teachers for the Head Start with preschool children in State are Miss Karen Armstrong Mrs College and in Philadelphia her Barbara Barnes Mrs Joanne home community Bryner Miss Rosemary Dasch She holds a Master of Educa tech Craig England Miss Char tion degree in special education lene HawWns Miss Mary Heeter from Penn State University and MrsDana Mrs Con will be serving as an educational consultant with the Office of Men childrens workshop is a well known director Mrs H Dewey Heberlig of Snippeiisburg The evening program at oclock will include ths instal lation of officers and message by the Rev Ralph Z Ebersole managingdirector of tis devel opment und camping program for tie Middle District Church of tfie Brethren Camp Pluo Dia mond Petersburg Installing the officers will be B Contd on Page 5 tal Retardation in September She has done some consulting for preschool children at insritu utillze facilities of this years nie Jones and as substitute Mrs Ethel Jones One hundred thirtyfive young are needed to completely tions and day care centers for Contd on Page 12 panies The home was tenanted by Mr and Mrs Paul Kurtz and five children Mrs Kurtz said the fire start ed when grease she was using to fry some onion rings spurted up starting fire to the kitchen Mrs Kurtz used a fire exting uisher and nearly succeeded in putting out the flames To completely smother the fire she picked up a rug from the floor to cover the burning area The fire broke out again and quickly got out of control Total loss was estimated at 11000 the interior of the home was compluttly gutted McVeytown firemen received the call from the Kurtz home and immediately dispatched two pieces of equipment and 20 men led by Assistant Fire Chief Will rp iam Fisher Neighbors watching f the battle thought more help was needed and called the NewTT tonWayne firemen i IBU Fire Chief Lawrence Knable Chairman Gordon W0 Haver stock announced at the regular session of county commissioners Thursday that hearing for the Contd on Page 12 specializing in the care of small animals She has been an active 4H Club member and at school be longs to the Choralairs and to Contd on Page 5 Black Scar On Cliff Clouds Hamper Rescue Attempts In Fatality Both drivers involved Inafatal traffic accident on Route 22 east of Huntingdon last May 25 will be arrested for involuntary man slaughter and driving while under the influence of intoxicating liquor District Attorney Newton C Taylor said today that Jack J Foreman 48 Main Street Map leton Depot and JohnM Barchuk 26 of 509 North Shaver Street Mount Union will face charges as a result of the fiery headon crash in which Stephen M Homo lash 22 of 43 East Water Street Mount Union was instantly killed Contd on Page 12 Noted By County Hearing Set Contd on Page 12 M ON TE RRE Y Mex U Ruben Valde swooped his helicopter down over the side of ThreePeak Hill A jetliner traveling 600 miles an hour had left only an ugly black scar across the face of a sheer granite cliff Nada nada nada nothing nothing he mumbled over and over again on his return to the base camp ut the foot of the peak in the rugged Sierra Matlre A relative of one of the 79 victims of the downed Mexican metal all down the face of the cliff Of people we saw nothing They must have disintegrated Valdez said Thursday The plane slammed into the mountain Wednesday like a melon flung against a wall Twinkling aluminum fragments MADRID UPI A Spanish were imbedded in the face of doctor today described a Cuban Stowaway On Plane Called Superman the cliff The Boeing 727s three engines were all that could be seen from the helicopters Two US Coast Guard refugee who fled Havana to Madrid in the wheelbay of a jet airliner as a superman Theres no other word for airliner was led vomiting from county plan for community mental the namp healthmental retardation ser Clouds blanketed the area vices will be held in the court today halting search opera house at Huntingdon Wecinesday tions But no hope was held June 18 between and anyone survived the crash Saw Nothing The hearing is one of three We saw only small scraps of such planned to deal with the services to be provided to the helicopters from New Orleans it said Dr Luis de la Serna stood ready Thursday waiting chief of the medical services of The for the clouds to clear to help in the rescue But the clouds remained A truckload of mountain climbers from Mexico City began an assault of the El The range Contd on Page 12 Iberia Airlines The refugee hitched his ride on an Iberia airliner De la Serna said the Escapee Armando Socarras Ramirez 22 should not be alive in theory The chances against Ms survi Contd on Page 5 area under the mental health c If TT mental retardation act by the Signals from Carrier Unanswered Community Menial Healthagency of the Juniata Valley Similar meetings are duled for Juniata County on Mon day June 16 and Mifflin County on Monday June 23 also from to pm Present at the hearing at Hunt ingdon will be health center ministrator Frances K Dortort and board members whose thinking the plan represents AH interested persons are invited to attend this hearing After the proposal receives Destroyer Evans Said To Be At Fault In Tragedy Contd on Page 12 THE WEATHER Preparations Being Made For Blacktopping Work aril tiff I Final grading operations in preparation for blacklnpping of the approaches to the new 8510579 Smitlifielfi bricfe are now being made The curved approach to the new panat the northern side Portstown is shown in this Daily News photo Pouring of the parapet walls railing on boththe upstream and downstream sides of the bridge is being completed Variable cloudiness and mild today and tonight with thunoershowers High in the 70s Low tonight in the lower 50s Partly cloudy and warm Saturday High in the mid 70s and low 80s Outlook for Sun day mostly sunny and continued warm The skipper of the Australian aircraft carrier Melbourne said today both his ship and the US destroyer Frank E Evans were fully darkened and had been on tricky zigzag maneuvers when they collided Reliable sources who refused to be identified further told UPI the Evans was at fault in the collision having left unan swered two signals from the Melbourne to change its colli sion course The Melbournes bow sliced the Evans in two in bright moonlight early Tuesday kill ing 74 American sailors taking part in maneuvers 350 miles south of Saigon in the South China Sea Capt John p itevenson of the Melbourne told newsmen in Singapore following his ships arrival there this morning that he was on the bridge at impact what he called tactical control of his ship His was the first official account of the collision from highranking officers involved A joint USAustralian Board of Inquiry beginning Monday in Subic Bay in the Philippines will try to determine how the sea tragedy occurred The Evans was one of five destroyers fanned out ahead of the Melbourne trying to detect submarines in an antisubma rine warfare drill Stevenson said the destroyers ranged from 3000 to 10000 yards ahead In accordance with the program aircraft were to be operated from the Melbourne I ordered the Frank E Evans to move from her screening station to a position 1000 yards astern of Melbourne to prepare for rescue operations Steven son said It was in the course of this maneuver that the collision occurred The Melbourne sported a massive gash in its bow as it pulled into Singapore its flags flying at half mast in mourning for the American sailors its band playing Waltzing Ma tilda The US carrier Kearsarge brought most of the 199 Contd on Page 5
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