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   Daily News (Newspaper) - June 9, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                PAGE U THE DAILY HEWS Monday June 9 1969 Television In Review By RICK DU BROW HOLLYWOOD the end of Sunday nights Emmy Awards show on CBS TV Jack Benny observed that the television academy really Improved things this year For example he satd this year they validate the park ing Good old Jack As usual he got right to the heart of the matter Another year another bomb this time wasting the exceptional talents at two fine hosts Bill Cosby In California and Merv Griffin in New York From what I could tell the chief Improvement in the Emmy system was that instead of four million awards this year there were only three million Im not going to bore you by noting in detail again that the procession of awards was endless that the lumping at different types of shows into one category was ludicrous and that the trivia of much of the lowquality nominating was under power ing For this is just par for the course What was appalling however was the total the programs conception and pro even the slightest trace of show business magic except perhaps for Cosbys personal magnetism and way with even mediocre material He is a comedy genius but the material provided for him and Griffin was woeful by any writing standards To give you an idea of the basic note of the evening the magic of exceptional show OWER5 Soy if Wilh Flowers Anytime Anywhere Claras Flowers Member Florist Telegraph Delivery Intro Flora Worldwide Florafox Tele flora business production was placed by award highlights that essentially were a mix ture of regret and bitterness For example Don Adams got an award lor Get Smart and observed that It was picked up by CBSTV after being canceled by NBCTV Hope Lange got an award for The Ghost and Mrs Mulr and it is transferring to ABCTV after being let go by NBCTV Carl Betz got an award for Judd for the Defense and It has been canceled by ABCTV Barbara Bain got an award for Mission Impossible and at this point it seems that she Is leaving the series because of sharp differences Miss Bain in fact really socked it home to the video audience Sunday night that there was bitterness in the way she and her husband Martin a star of Mis sion have parted from the series Well of course the news awards had much merit And Susan Saint James got an award and Arte Johnson too and Geraldine Page and Paul Scofield so there were some bright moments Lutheran Convention Opens Today SELINSGROVE Pa A fellowship dinner and a holy communion service tonight will open the eighth annual conven tion of the Central Pennsylvan ia Synod of the Lutheran Church in America at the Sus quehanna University campus The Rev Dr Howard J Me Carney of Camp Hill president of the synod will preach the sermon in the opening worship service in the university chapel The Rev Dr Wallace E Fisher pastor of Holy Trinity Church Lancaster since 1952 will deliver the keynote address Tuesday on the convention theme crucial issues facing the church Three periods for small group discussion or consulta tions were an innovation About 20 consultation groups were planned each with about 40 persons including a chairman a recorder and resource per sons They were intended to ac quaint pastors and delegates issues on which the con vention will bevactingi Water Rescue Squad Day Is Observed HARRISBURG Pennsyl vanias more than 66 Water Res cue Squads are being honored this week with the proclamation of June 8 by Governor Raymond P Shafer as WATER RESCUE SQUAD DAY Joining the Governor In pro clamation signing ceremonies at Harrlsburg were Capt Charles E Leising assistant director for waterways Pennsylvania Fish Commission and Wallace E Mundell of Johnstown repre senting the Flood City Y Divers Other rescue squad representa tives participating in the cere monies included Thomas E Smith Telford Diving Unit Nor ristown Fred B Appleby Jr and Charles C Booher Mount Union Fire Department Rescue Squad Edward L Painter Telford Diving Unit Norristown Robert M Herman and Donald E Noss Lake Clarke Rescue Squad York and Michael A Mowrey Charles Gumming and Brian Gray New Cumberland River Rescue New Cumberland In honoring Pennsylvanias Water Rescue Squads Governor Shafer pointed out that the Com monwealth is blessed with the type of unselfish citizenry which volunteers its time labor money and if needed the life of its members to make our waters safer and more enjoyable at no financial cost to our tax payers Actor NOTICE The Office of Theodore D Whiisel iMD wi11 be closed JIM 9 Thru JUNE 15 Contd from Page 1 Later in a career that included more than 70 films Taylor was cast in more manly roles and in 1966 his hair less wavy and his face more creased he became the host of televisions Death Valley Days In the months after his lung operation Taylor was in and out of the hospital seven times Taylor who said he had smoked since I was a kid pledged to take the situation by the horns like John Wayne did Wayne underwent surgery for lung cancer in 1964 and announced Ive kicked the big C Wayne completed five pictures since Taylors wife of 15 years actress Ursula Thiess was at his side when he died Gov Ronald Reagan who preceded Taylor as host of Death Valley Days will deliver the eulogy at funeral services Wednesday morning at Forest Lawn Taylor was under contract at Metro Goldwyn Mayer from 1934 until 1958 a Hollywood record In his early days as an actor MGM capitalized on his good looks and put him in films appealing to women Diploma Contd from Page 1 of her home In New Grenada from Huntingdon about 40 miles didnt lessen her determination she was very glad that her husband had forced her to learn to drive a car years ago and so she registered for the school worked out the program with Mr Scalpello and started the first of four years of night sen ool The first year she journeyed to Huntingdon twice a week leav ing home punctually before six so that she would arrive and be in her place by 7 The classes lasted till 10 so she was never home till 11 In all kinds of weather she made the trip al though one or two wintry nights when the roads were badherhuso band Fred or one of her sons Freddie or Walter went with her But the trip wasnt the only obstacle which Mrs Houck had to overcome during her four years Her husband suffered a stroke and was seriously ill both in the hospital and at home for a long time Reason told her she should give up the trips to night school but that dream would not be pushed aside Along with the hours of home work and assignments Mrs Houck took care of her husband a builder and construction worker nursing him back to health and driving him to work when he recuperated sufficient ly although at first his strength permitted him to work only a few minutes at a time Both the Houcks have lots of deter mination Mrs Houck missed only two nights of school during her husb ands illness Now Mr Houck is custodian at the Forbes Road High School at Harrisonville and MrsHouck is chief assistant The Houcks live next door to Mrs Houcks mother Mrs Har vey McQuait who is 88 years old and she spends a great deal of time taking care of her mother who is ill She still misses her father the late Har vey McQuait who used to sit by the window and wave to her as she worked in her garden between the two homes Mrs Houck loves flowers and vege tables and has a small house adjoining her home She grows plants from seeds and sells them in the area But the pride ando joy of her life are her CARD OF THANKS IN MEMORIAM I wish to express my thanks to my relatives friends neigh bors for their cards flowers gifts many acts of kindness while I was a patient in the hospital Special thanks to Dr Whltehlll Dr Breesmen Dr Brown the Rev Stewart Kauff man and to the nurses nurses aides who were wonderful SCEOLA CORBIN I wish in this manner to thank all my friends relatives for their nice cards flowers visits while I was a patient in the J C Blair Memorial Hospital Special thanks to Dr Watkin and Dr West and to all the nurses and aides for their help kind ness Thank you again Viola Anderson We wish to extend our heartfelt thanks and appreciation for the many acts of kindness messages of sympathy and beautiful floral offerings from our many friends during our sad bereavement In the loss of our beloved husband father and brother George Sal amon Jr Wife Sons Brothers Sisters teachers who were so kind ana helpful and appreciative too of Mr Scalpellos interest and encouragement And so on Saturday night Mrs Fred Houck received her high school diploma once did I hesitate or think I would give it up when I start ed I really would have liked to have gone every night of the week Id do It again in a min ute In fact I think Pll go back this fall to take more courses f Firemens Contd from Page 1 hours of their time to solicit for funds The money contributed will be used to purchase tires for the trucks hose smoke masks and other equipment needed by the fire company to contiiuie its effi cient service children Timothy sixmonlbold son of aha Walter Houck and Lisa nine and Tracy seven daughters of Mrand Mrs Freddie Houck Mrs Houck likes to crochet and she just made dresses for the little girls and caps for the baby She plays the piano too and bakes bread No mixesP Mrs Houck took a variety of courses during her four years biology consumer science Pen nsylvania history problems of democracy several English courses sewing typing1 furni ture refinishing and others She was high in her praise of all the Blessed Events Mr and Mrs David Cramer of Mount Union RJ31 became the parents of a daughter on June 7 1969 The baby was born in the J C Blair Memorial Hosp ital Both John Adams and Thomas Jefferson former US presidents died on July 4 1826 Basra Iraq was the scene of many adventures of Sin bad the Sailor hero of the Arabian Nights SAVADOWS SLIPS 299 to 495 SIZES 32 to 52 399 to 1195 SIZES 10 to 52 OPEN MONDAYS TILL 9 PM heres a house paint that actually STRETCHES with your house us PITTSBURGH PAINTS SUN PROOF Latex HOUSE PAINT Q T Your house stretches and shrinks f1 with variations in temperature and humidity 11s this expansion and contraction that most often causes house painl to work loose crack and peel The flexibility of SunProof Latex House Paint enables ft lo resist the stress and strain that ruptures an other wise sound paint film It resists cracking peeling and flaking lasts longer and saves you money Come in today lor a dee color chart EBENDRES LUMBER COMPANY HUNTINGDON MOUNT UNION GALLON In memory of our son and brother Harry A Snyder who passed away June 9 1964 June brings sad memories Of a loved one gone to rest He will never be forgotten By the ones who loved him best The rolling stream of life rolls on But the still vacant chair Recalls the love the voice the smile Of the one who once sat there Though his smile is gone for ever And his sweet ace we cannot touch We shall never lose sweet memories Of the one we loved so much We often look at his picture And his smile seems to say Dont grieve for me Im only sleeping You will see me again someday There comes a time for all of us When we must say goodbye But faith and hope and love and trust Can never never dis Although the curtain fell at last Is that a cause to grieve The futures fairer than the past If only we believe And trust in Gods eternal care So when the Master calls Lets say that life is still more fair Although the curtain fails Your grave well tend with loving care For part of our hearts are buried there MOTHER FATHER BROTHERS SISTERS In memory of Mrs Elizabeth Schell who passed away three years ago June 8 1966 The month of June comes with sad regret It brings a day we will never forget No verse can say no flowers repay The voice the footsteps we miss etch day No one knows the silent heart ache Only those who have lost can tell Of the grief thats born in silence For the one we loved so well We lost a Mom with a heart of gold Who was more to us than wealth untold Without farewell she fell asleep With only memories for us to keep We have lost but God has gained One of the best Moms the world contained While you dear Mother rest in sleep Your loving memory we11 always keep Sadly missed by children grandchildren greatgrand children TOD AYS GIVEAWAYS NOTICE REGISTERS NOTICE Notice is hereby ehren that the following Accounts and Schedules of Distribution have been filed in the Registers Office Unless written exceptions filed Final Con firmation win be July 7 1969 1 COX First apd Final Account of Olive Hoffman Admrx of the Estate of John A Cox late of Todd Township Hunting don County Penna deceased 2 FLECK First and Final Account of Ponn Central National Bank Adnir dbn of the Estate of J Thurlow Flock late of Huntinffdon Borough Hunting don County Penna deceased 3 JONES First mid Final Account of Ray mond Jones Exr of tho Last Will and Testament of Rent J Jonos late of Dublin Township Huntingdon County Penna deceased 4 MATHIAS First and Final Account of Beatrice Roddsy Exr of the Last Will and Testament of Ola Mathiaa lato of Dublin Township Huntingdon County Perm deceased 5 NEAD First and Final Account of Dor othy Angle Exrx of tho Last Will and Testament of William Noad late oi SaltiUo Borough Huntingdon County Penra deceased 6 READ First and Final Account of Mary Grace R Stuart Exrx of the Last Will and Testament of Lucy Road late of Huntingdon Borough deceased 7 SHAFFER First and Final Account of Theodore M Shaffer Exr of the Last Will and Testament of Joan L Shaffor lato of Narklesburg Borough 8 SHORE First and Final Account of Eu gene T Shore et al Exrs of the Last Will and Testament of E Blair Shore lato of Huntingdon Borough Huntingdon County Pennadeceased John P Mills Register of Wills PUBLIC AUCTION Gearharts Antique Barn The End of an Era Complete contents of the fam ous Gearharl Barn Duncansville Pa to be offered at public sale Thursday Friday Evenings June 12 13 1969 starting sharply at 5 PM Saturday June 14 10 AM Over 5000 Items to be sold without reserve More than 100 job lots of lamp parts books primitives picture frames ironware Many outstanding items Magnificent horsedrawn hearse complete with original lamps 1931 Chevrolet fire truck 2 extra fine Kentucky long rifles with over 20 silver inlays each Furniture clocks dishes Etc DAVID B DONNELLY Owner Sales Manager Ph 8146955942 CHESTER DAVIS SON Auctioneers Luncheon will be served BIDS WANTED EXECUTORS NOTICE ESTATE OF GEORGE If SECREST LATE OF BRADY TOWNSHIP DECEASED Let ters of testamentary on said Estate having been granted to the undersigned all per sons indebted thereo are requested to make immediate payment and those having claims or demands against the same wiU present them without delay for settlement to the undersigned or to his attorneys BRUCE SECREST RD Mt Union Pa Executor SIMPSON YOCUM 228 Penr St Huntingdon Pa 1G652 SEALED BIDS For 5 acres ground 2 small hou ses cement block pump hpuse 2 pumps deep well gas water hea ter Formerly Herringtons Trailer Park Owner reserves the right to reject any or all bids Deadline June 21 GRACE F HERRINGTON Mill Creek StarRte Pa 17060 Sealed proposals will be re ceivedby the Super visors of For ter Twp 2nd CJ Huntingdon County At RD 1 Alexandria Pennsylvania until Eastern Daylight Time June 13 1969 for the following improve merits Bituminous Surface Pavement Plans specifications form of contract instructions to bid ders proposal forms may be viewed at Secretarys Home RD 1 Alexandria Pennsylvania 16611 Each proposal must be accom panied by a certified check In the amount of made pay able to the treasurer of said Por ter Twp 2nd Class All proposals must be upon the blank forms furnished by the undersigned The Municipal Offi cers reserves the right to reject any or all proposals Donald Stever Twp 2nd Cl Secretary Coal bids wiU bo received in the office of tho Tussey Mountain High School Saxton Pa 16678 for the delivery of run of the mine coal to tho various elementary cent ers of tho district and todoliver special dry cleaned sized and treaiod stoker nut coal to the Tussey Mountain High School Specifications may bo obtained at the office of the supervising principal Harry H Alcorn Tussey Mountain School District Saxton Pa Bids are to be in on or before Juno 30 1969 The board reserves tlw right lo accept or reject any or all bids Heidi Y Pannebakor Secretary Tussey Mountain School District Saxton Pa 16678 INVITATION TO BIDDERS Tho Borough of Mount Union solicits bids for one rebuilt 1966 Case Tractor Model 1000 D on tracks or equivalent The Tractor shall most the following spe cifications 11 93 HP 4 cylinder Doisel Engine with 382 cu in displacement 1 CY Bucket with teeth New all steel cab Heater and Defroster Engine Guards Reversible Fan Counter Rotation Tracks Torque Converter with Power Shift ho bid shaU be the net price after do duclinp a tradein allowance for the 1960 Model 933 caterpillar tractor now in use by the Borough AU bids shall be addressed to Mel vin H Diven Borough Secretary Mount Union Pennsylvania ami marked for Tractor and mailed in time to reach the designated office on June 16 1969 at pm at which time all bids will be opened and read The Borough Council reserves the right to reject any or all bids MELVtN II DtVEN Borough Secretary PUBLIC AUCTION Saltlllo Pa June 13 7 PM Bring your items let us sell for you no We will have for new used furni ture new 12 cu ft refrigerator pictures kitchen sets metal cabi nets wardrobes chest living suites produce home made bread donuts dishes bottles antiques dry wash i boilers butchering kettle cast iron tea kettle flip flops night stands1 linoleum rugs ED CORNELIUS Owner TERMS Cash BOB FLECKAuctloneer 3 adorable gentle healthy kit tens 7 wks old Ph 6433423 NO MONEY DOWN JOIN WE RAVIALAGE Silverlown Radial 990 the tire that gives up to double tho mileage of tires that come on new cam AS LOW AS SMOOTHER RIDING DYNACOR RAYON CORDV SAFER STOPS EASIER HANDLING Size 175x13 whitewatl tubelcssplus 50CO Fed Ex Tax ind tiadein tire oil your car had a busy day call us for your dinner COOKS US Rt 22 Huntingdon Pa Phone 6434560 NEW FOR SUMMER BROASTED CHICKEN You dont have to lift a finger except to dial 6433131 Quick as a wink all the lus cious BROASTED CHICKEN your family can eat will be rMdy for you KORNER ROOM Huntingdon M33UI FARAH SLACKS For Wear Anywhere Everywhere NEVER MEED koRAiRON IRONING Sturdy Finely Woven f Slacks That Keep Their FreshAsNew Look In Many Patterns Plaids Colors Black Light Olive Navy Dark Olive Gold Grey Brown Rust Waists 28 44 Lengths to Shop Fridays Saturdays 99   

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