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   Daily News (Newspaper) - June 9, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                Mantle Near Tears When v His Famed No 7 Retired NEW YORK who never succumbed pain in 18 years as a superstar lth the New York almost broke down cried Sunday The former Yankee slugger was nearly brought to tears by thunderous ovation of more than 61000 fans who turned out ito salute him as his famed No 7 was retired in an official ceremony Mantle who became the fourth Yankee great and sixth League star to have Jhis number retired received a ovation from the crowd and the din nearly1 4 disrupted the proceedings I would have cried but I was too nervous about my plaque by former Yankee great Joe Dimaggio which will be hung on the centerfield wall at the stadium He also received his official uniform from ex teammate Whitey Ford A duplicate No 7 will be hung outside the stadium club next to Nos 3 4 and 5f wnich were worn respectively by Babe Ruth Gehrig and DiMagglo Another duplicate of Mantles uniform will be sent to the Hall of Fame at Cooperstown NY The only other American Leaguers to have had their numbers retired were Cleve lands Bob Feller No 19 and Bostons Ted Williams No Lew Alcincior 111 Los ANGELES was last Thursday that Atlanta Hawks coach Rtchie Casper Cops Western By Four Strokes of child development and family relationships and director of the nursery schools will be in charge of the program She has been organizing and carrying out train ing sessions at the university for project Head Start personnel since the programs inception in 1965 Dr Morgan will be assisted by three others from the Human Development faculty Miss Kath erine A Siooksbury assistant professor of child development and assistant director of the nursery schools Mrs Constance Farrell former teacher in the nursery schools and Owen Cahoon a doctoral student in child development and family re lationships A school board attorney was reported seeking to learn if amAfter Three Days Of Heavy Fighting nesty could be granted legally p Both sides were hopeful a set tlement could be reached THE DAILY NEWS Monday June 9 W69 PACE 5 mpn Scott Urges Cuts In Space Budget Taxes the years of loyalty When I walked into the stadium IS Vjears ago I felt much the same way I feel now I cant describe how I felt then Playing 18 years In Yankee Stadium before you folks is the greatest thing that could happen to a player To have my number retired along with Nos 3 4 and 5 tops everything Ive ever done said Mantle Ive always wondered how a man who was dying could 235 may not take too much shoving around though start it 72hole the final round of the event on par 71 Country Club when of 20 30 with the American Basketball Association Los An geles Stars with one punch It broke Greys jaw Lews team was taking the ball out of bounds reported Warren Davis Greys team with the four holes Then discovering that the downpour had cut down conta minatlon in the air he charged to a four under par 67 and an eight under par 276 for the 72 holes His final round score the war and reduction of the space budget after the US men land on the moon Scott said in a ment address at tl f of Evansville that the first rel ciptent of a Vietnam peace dividend must be the hard pressed taxpayer who has borne the cost of the Vietnam war by paying taxes and taxes on top of taxes Scott said the taxpayers pocket has been picked by every level of government un til he is ready to fight back In Pennsylvania public out cry has blocked proposed state Tipsy Driver Is Arrested After Crash A Mount Union man wad arrest ed for tipsy driving on Saturday afternoon as the result of a cartruck accident in which total damage amounted to No person was injured in the mis hap Mount Union police said John B Yocum 50 of 102 West Market Street Mount Union operating a 1969 Ford convertible pulled from a driveway on the west side of South Jefferson at 4 pm into the path of a Chevrolet truck which was southbound on South Jefferson The truck was operated by Earl E Weaver 50 of 9 Hen rietta Street Lewistown The Yocum car was damaged in the collision while the truck was damaged Sharp Decline In Red Stabs Noted FINDS SNAKE SPRINGFIELD Mo UPI Betty Hessee didnt argue when she found a sevenfoot boa constrictor in the family car Sunday She parked the car right where it was and went about her business on foot Mrs Hessee said the snake belongs to friends Mr and Mrs John Morris who went riding with the Hessees Satur day night The Morrises brought the boa along and forgot to take it home with them SUB 1C BAY Philippines days before it sliced the USS Frank E Evans in two killing 74 American sailors the Australian aircraft carrier Melbourne almost col lided with another ship An unprecedented MS tralian board of inquiry began its investigation of the Met bourneEvans collision today and heard an Australian admiral describe the carriers near miss before dawn on May 31 Rear Adm G J B Crabb commander of the sixnation SEATO naval maneuvers in the South China Sea testified that another ship passed within 50 feet of the Melbourne in what he called a near collision He elaborated on the incident when the sixman board went into closed session away from newsmen The Navy banned both cameras and tape recor ders from the open sessions at George E Dewey high school Crabbs account indicated the second ship like the Evans was a destroyer for he said the incident prompted him to order new procedures for destroyers screening the Melbourne from simulated submarine attack The orders made mandatory the use of navigation lights after sunset and moved the destroyers from 2000 to 3000 yards away from the aircraft carrier Capt John Stevenson of the Melbourne told newsmen in Singapore Friday that the Evans one of the screening destroyers was changing its course when the Melbourne sliced into it Crabb was the first of 30 to 40 witnesses expected to give accounts of the collision last Tuesday 350 miles south of Saigon Reliable Naval sources have said the Evans was at fault m the accident Fleet tugs towed the stern section of the Evans into Subic at dawn It looked like a giant metal cutter had sheared it off almost at a right angle A total of 99 Evans crewmen survived the impact About 150 of those survivors were leaving by chartered jet today for Long Beach Calif home port of the Evans They came from the collision site aboard the USS Kearsarge an aircraft carrier The Board of Inquiry will turn its findings over to the US and Australian navies tor use in establishing guilt in the coll is ion STOLEN PROPERTY CANON CITY Colo Canon City police pressed their search today for a motorcycle white with red flashing lights stolen from the Police Depart ment Sunday Git Plaid Stamps FLYING INSECTS GULFSPRAY 1L GET Gulf spraq In 69 A Center For Family Shopping I know how Lou Gehrig felt I a punch that landed on the jaw ment the contest tor badly needed school T in which he snot rounds of 72 funds some people are stag srrsr zrzs Little League Box Scores HUNTINGDON LL jaw It was the last game of the day and there was the usual pushing and shoving that occurs when the guys are tired Davis continued Dennis told me he couldnt understand why Lew hit him dayS Mt gOod Both davs marked by almost con See any water out L CaSPef But Iater he that on wet greens he tried to hit his putts a llttle firmer that the AB R 3 2 staves ZDSB i a Specked3 o Emsffrf I n Sheffieldc11 I I I 2 o 10 3 0 3 0 2 0 H E 1 1 0 2 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 Rsyrolos1 who attended Cal Western in San Diego under went surgery at After the rain stopped he said on the sixth or seventh hole the wind blew very hard turned very cold It was i where Davis took Grey said h Cliff Anderson was nSt the By the Ume the raln stopped UP MS Scott warned that the end of the war would not provide enough money to solve all our problems fund every project and contribute to everyones fa vorite charity Obviously that is impossible We will have to establish some priorities Some programs dont need increasing he said They need cutting The space budget for example should be reduced Next month American astro witness with pride gut then we must concentrate on Chevrolet Pacesetter Values Want a reason why Camaros a better buy than any other sportster at its price Here are 25 Kemp Greenland 3B veek SO Speck 4 HcvcX 1 Greenland 1 nE Speck Houck 4 Greenland 2 HP in WP Greenland Allen were among players in the pickup game Alcindor who received a reported million to sign with the Milwaukee Bucks after leading UCLJ dented third title this year was not available for comment Frank he could play cautiously to see If the field could catch him Beard who had a two stroke lead on Casper with 18holes to Amnesty Issue For CGre fay tmincs raves 010 4jx 13 hetroralb 3 LEADING BATTERS the runnerup position to Rocky Thompson who netted a 69 for 280 and 314800 Beard finished third with 281 for and Peter Townsend the only other player to beat par with 283 earned fourth money of of the Aliqulppa 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College of Human Development and will take part in discussions of the management of Head Start class rooms and techniques of work ing with parents The training is financed by funds from the U S Office of Economic Opportunity admini through the Community Agencies of the counties represented Dr Winona Morgan professor to walkout of teachers Following a 7 pm meeting with the board the 220 teachers were to hold a separate meet ing to discuss the issue No classes were scheduled for today for the districts 4700 pupils The teachers Sunday voted to accept a salary scale and fringe benefits offered by the school board Teachers with no degrees are to receive a minimum of 56000 and a maximum of Holders of Bachelors degrees will be a minimum of ard a maximum of 510300 Those with Masters Degrees will start at 56800 with a top of more than 311200 The school board had invoked the penalty provisions of the 1947 Public Employes act after the teachers walked out May 23 This had the effect of de priving 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