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   Daily News (Newspaper) - June 9, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                Dr Yates Contd from Page 1 Blake general secretary of the World Council ot Churches At that time Dr Blake proposed the creation of a new church truly catholic truly evangel cat and truly reformed Members of the consultation are expected to vote on a formal plan of union at their 1970 meet ing The plan of union has not yet ripened to the point of pun Ucation Dr Yates said The General Synod of the United Church of Christ has said that every local church In our denomU nation will have the opportunity to study any projected plan of Union and to decide for itself what action to take The form df government of the United Church a union of the Congregational Christian and the Evangelical and Reformed Churches recognizes the inde pendence of the local congre gation Dr Yates noted that the United Church has traditionally sought to enter into projects leal or interdenominational basis The denominations Board for Homeland Ministries has a policy that tt will enter no new projects by itself until it has exhausted all the possible ecum enical avenues he said The Board for World Ministries spends about 85 percent of its field program money in mini stries and services involving at least two other denominations Dr Yates urged members of local churches to investigate the activities of the Consultation of Church Union what your church can do in joint miss ion with others in your community he said The day of ecumenicity is here The only question Is how much part we will take in it to this disturbing and upset world Dr Yates said one continuing task of the Church is to provide the kind of pastoral ministries that persons can find nowhere else We need a place where we can love and be loved without restraint where we can with draw for a brief respite from the struggles of life where our commitment to Christ can be localized and where the personal events of our lives can be cele brated he said We have to develop new ways of proclaiming the gospel and Implementing our faith Dr Yates said New groups of per sons need our ministrations the poor and young and other disenfranchised and dispos sessed The lives of many persons are caught up in the massive In stltutions of the day suggesting new centers for mission the mass media government indusU ry labor the military the unU versities the These are some of the points at which we Christians and our Church can meet and serve a world in serious Commenting that the world has never been in a more dangerous situation Dr Yates declared In a church that is predoml nantly white we need to recog nize that one element in todays dangerous world is white In a nation that is affluent beyond the comprehension of many people in other lands we need to recognize that our unwilling ness to share more of our wealth with other nations is part of the trouble in our world As human beings who want to continue living for a little longer we must surely recognize the need for a new internationalism that will permit us all to lie down at night with more hope for the morrow The United Church of Christ Penn West Conference Is com posed of 318 churches TheRev Horace S Sills is conferencemiiw ister Conference headquarters are located at 230 South Maple Avenue Greensburg mencement Fouse was inattentive and when he came over a slight grade he was unable to get stopped and slammed Into the rear of the stopped 1961 Chevrolet station wagon operated by Miss Rupp Fouse suffered minor Injuries to his jaw Damage to the Fouse car was set at Its full value while the Rupp vehicle was damaged about 1100 State Police said Two vehicles one a parked Chevrolet were damaged in an accident early Sunday morn ing in Dudley Borough No per son was injured One of the cars was demolished State Police said Ernest E Jones 27 Box 342 Coalmont was travelling on Route 913 at ain driving a 1955 Ply mouth convertible His car ran off the highway and crashed into a parked 1962 Chevrolet coupe owned by Barry O Neville 19 of 6530 Somerset Street Har risburg The Jones car was demolish ed loss being its full value The Neville car was damaged about 1800 State Police said JC Blair Hospital News Midwest Contd from Page 1 Driver In Contd from Page 1 Again the damage was the same more to the Powers truck and to the Chevrolet pickup State Police said Powers suf fered a sprained right wrist and forearm A Smithfleld teenager was in jured and the car he was opera ting was demolished in a accident Saturday night at the intersection of Legislative Route 31048 and College Avenue Hunt ingdon Timothy M Fouse 19 of 107 Mount Vernon Avenue Hunting don was southbound on the legis lative route cold Springs Road at pm driving a 1955 Plymouth sedan Linda Jeane Rupp 16 of 605 Moore Street Huntingdon also was southbound but had stopped at the College Avenue intersect ion upon the signal of fire police who were permitting cars to enter Cold Springs Road after the Hunt ingdon Area Hiph School com A violent storm struck Parkersburg WVa packing winds up to 64 mph Sunday and dumping more than lVt Inches of rain on the city Heavy rains also fell to Columbia Mo Wichita Kan and Dayton Ohio Thunderstorms in the South east produced heavy rain high and large hail Funnel clouds were sighted near Bradenton Fla A funnel cloud was also sighted 40 miles south of Tampa Fla while another funnel was located three miles southeast of the citys airport and a waterspout was reported over the bay NEVER TOO OLD DETROIT Mar tin who has an Interest in law graduates from the eighth grade Thursday He plans to go on to high school If my sight doesnt fail me I might stick my head Into college says Martin an 81 year old native of Austin SC who had to pick cotton when he was a child instead of going to JUNE 7 81969 ADMITTED Angellne C Isenberg 606 Church Street Huntingdon Ithel Glenn Miller Wood John William Collins Three Springs RJ31 Sherry Dawn Glllam Maple ton Depot Pamela Jean Iddings Spruce Creek Richard Leroy Iddings Jr Spruce Creek Judy Ann Culbertson Hunting don RJ33 Linda Lou Morgan Iron Street Rockhill Furnace Sandra K Nail Mapleton Raymond Park Three springs Edna Grace Bailey 1308 Mif flin Street Huntingdon Ellen Pauline Grove 2211 Hoi land Avenue Huntingdon Shirley Jean Longwell 934S Jefferson Street Mount Union Willie Porter Morton 402 N Jefferson Street Mount Union DISCHARGED James Bowman Three Spr ings RD l Susan Ann Corbin Mapleton Depot Arvilla Ford 702 Main Street Saxton William Fouse Entriken Kevin Lynn Fry Warriors Mark Ella Nora Hall Huntingdon RD1 Anna Hoover Huntingdon RD3 Glenn Manges Penn Hunt Hotel Huntingdon Robert ONeal Hopewell RD1 William Phillips Alexandria Helen Stouffer 828 Washing ton Street Huntingdon Ernest Weyant Saltillo Sharon Brumbaugh 902 Pen nsylvania Avenue Huntingdon Paul Coffman 110 W Chest nut Street Mount Union Debra Cresswell Huntingdon RJD 3 Twila Gearhart Huntingdon RJD2 Ella Hess Coalmont Harry Himes Petersburg James Hoffman 217 Thirteenth Street Huntingdon Michael Querry Mount Union RJD 1 Virginia Roles McVeytown R JO 1 Laurie Ann ScottBlairs Mills Sadie Vaughan Orbisonia Richard Wagner 1507 Penn Street Nancy Wilson Mill Creek ROD RIOT FOR DAD MondayTuesdayWednesday only SAVE UP TO FISHING RODS FOR DAD VALUES TO 3 DAYS ONLY OUR Stephen Foster composer of our bestloved plantation melodies was born near Pittsburgh Pa in 182ft The US government es tablished Sequoia National Park in 1890 Ceiitennial Contd from Page 1 becca and Elizabeth ot Alex andria RD directed the opening song service at the three sessions The Rev Stewart B Kauffman minister of the host church had charge of the worship service at the morning session and Mrs Richard W Llnton and her two daughters Margaret and Martha presented special vocal music LeValn Fouse of District 6 Marklesburg returned thanks at the luncheon Vice President John Hege dus presided at the afternoon ses sion and the Rev C Rayvon Hil Hard pastor of the Fifteenth Street United Methodist Church had change of the worship service Special music was pre sented by Sandra Corbin with Linda Stewart being the accom panist They are from the Manor Hill United Methodist Church District 4 and Sandras vocal solo was Let There Be Peace Clalr Hetrick administra tive superintendent presided at the business session which was followed at 3 pm by the divi sional conferences Adult Di vision Mr Cochran Youth Dl vision Mary Ann Norrls and Childrens Division Mrs Dewey Heberlig of Shippensburg a state office and Mrs Sterrett Davis The 6 pm convention dinner the Rev Wade Miller pas tor of the McAleveys Fort Unit ed Presbyterian Church re turned thanks President BIckett welcomed the delegates to the evening and presided The Rev Norman L Marden pastor of the Mount Union First Methodist Church conducted the worship service reading the 8th Chapter of Ro mans Special music was presented by Steve Moore of the Fifteenth Street United Methodist Ch urch and Ronald Bruner United Presbyterian Church Hunting don piano accompanist Steve sang Let There Be Peace Special music also was presented by the Calvin Choir of the Ninth District The installation of officers and Mr Ebersoles address were the other main features of the closing session In addition to President Bickett the other newlyelected officers are Donald Metz and John Hegedus vice presid dents Mrs GeorgiannaHileman recording secretary Mrsi Clalr Hetrickj corresponding Secre tary J treasurer Department Childrens Department Mrs Es ther Keller Mrs Russell Staffer Mrs Sterrett Davis and Mrs O1U ver Grove Young Peoples De partment Fred Hawn Mrs Dean Grove Mrs Marjorie Tree Mrs Claude Dell Dean Grove I HEWS a To Winners 9ANTA MONICA CalU John Fogle the television shows canceled during MrfiSUM the season won Emmy Awards cation Ronald Endres and Miss Lorena Brown s Bible School Opens TpcUty Alexandria At Sunday night in the 21st annual presentations by the Television Aacademy l Don Adams Get Hope Lange The Ghost and Mrs Carl Betz Judd for the Defense and the writers for the Brothers Show all statuettes No single show or series dominated this years edition of Other major awards lnci Best supporting actor Wer ner Klemperer Hofuta best supporting ao tress Susan St James The Name of the best single performance by an actress Geraldtae Page The Thanksgiving single performance by an actor Paul Scotteld Male of the best variety performance a tte between Arte Johnson in and Harvey Korman Carol Burnett Smothers picked up Helicopter i SHOP TONIGHT TIL 9 LOW PRICE SUPPLY LIMITED SAVE HEDDON REELS MFCS LIST 31245 18Unit8 Only ONE TO A CUSTOMER ON ABOVE ITEMS GCMURPHY CO HUNTINGDON PpNNA CHILDRENS MISSES WOMFNS WASH and WEAR SUMMER SLIPPERS In a wide array of COLORS and STYLES Sizes YOUR CHOICE or Pairs I EACH 25000 PAIRS OF SHOPS UNOHR The Community Vaci School of Alexandria is being con ducted in the three churches of the town tor children between the ages of four and sixteen for the pelord of June 9 through June 20 with daily sessions frbm 9 to am The corps of teachers leaders and helpers includes Anita Eberle Mrs Ruth Backus Miss Cheryl Gross Miss Barbara Cooper Miss Verna blttswdrth Mrs Betty Cresswell Mrs Judy Rock Mrs Alma Jean Port Mrs Shirley Porter Mrs Janet Le Crone Mrs HelenHarnish Mrs Helen Wright Miss Karyn McDaniel Mrs Beverly Mort Miss Patricia Harnish Mrs Dorothy Gittin Mrs Janet Irion d Mrs Sandra Yocum Mrs Joan y Grove the Rev Brlnton Shafer Miss1 Janet Higlnbotham Miss Galla Higinbotham with Mrs Wilma McDanlel as program dir ector Parents and friends will be special guests of the regular sessions on the last Thursday of the school period and each de partment will conduct a picnic at the close of the school on June 20 The cost of the school is under written by the Minlsterium and the ools of the MethodistPresby terian and United Church of Christ Churches dominated this years edition Tfcl Bible awards the madcap In fit aiionBiDie MO M Adlll Rowan and Martins Laugh musical or variety show The Smothers Brothers were canceled after a contractual and program content rhubarb with CBSTV Both Get Smart and The Ghost and Mrs Muir were not renewed by NBCTV and migrated to other networks CBS took top honors in number jf Emmys with 19 NBC was second with 16 and ABC had six NET National Educational Television won two awards One went to a syndicated show Best acting awards in come series went to Adams who won his third Emmy tor his role of the addled agent in Get Smart and to Hope Lange tor The Ghost and Mrs Muir Dramatic acting honors were bestowed on Carl Betz for Judd FORT WORTH About 6000 members of United Auto Workers Local 218 struck early today at the Bell Helicopter Co closing the nations largest producers of helicopters for the Vietnam War Bell officials and union negotiators reached an ment late Saturday on a new contract but 90 per cent of the union members voted against the contract Sunday at a mass meeting A spokesman for the local said the workers would return to work at the request of the government The federal government was expected to intervene If the walkout lasted more than 48 hours The spokesman would not say what the reasons were for rejecting the contract spokesman for Bell Emmy for the Defense and Barbara Bain won her third however said the contract as a member of the was completely within the team set ln aircraft Smart was voted best industry and would result in comedy series tor the second Bell employes enjoying the straight time and NET highest wages Alexandria Playnouse honored as the benefits in the smwiawfioh best dramatic series area and Forth fringe Worth DRINKERS CANDY LONDON 20jOOO boxes of German candy have been sold in Britain in the past three weeks at about a a quarter for each of the seven candies a box contains lh H The candy supposed to remove all traces of alcohol fumes from the users breath providing a possible way of beating the governments breathalyzer test for drunken 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