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   Daily News (Newspaper) - June 10, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                CLASSIFIED ADS DIAL MISS CLASSIFIED 6434040 or 5424641 THE DAILY NEWS State Library Education Building Pm 17126 VOL 48 NINE CENTS PER COPY HUNTINGDON and MOUNT UNION TUESDAY JUNE 10 1969 PHONE 6434040 NO 112 Three Graduate With Honors Three Huntingdon Countlans were graduated with honors last evening at Tyrone Area High Schools annual commence ment program Those cited for outstanding scholastic achieve ment were left to right Sally Irene Shaw David Wayne Yaple and Eileen Kay Harpster Commencement Held Monday Evening 25 Countians Get Tyrone Diplomas Twentyfive Huntingdon Countians were included among the 221 seniors who received diplomas last evening at commencement exercises held at Tyrone Area High School Three of the countians were graduated with honors Eileen Kay Harpster Sally Irene Shaw and David Wayne Yaple Other countians in the gradu ating class are Harold David Copyrighted Telephone Directories Are Ready ating class are Biddle David LBurns Deborah Suzanne Carper Stanley Wayne Clark Roy Clark Ellenberger Gary Lee Eyer Edward SGrag er Jeffrey Lynn Harris John E Heichel Robert E Hocken berry William W HooverDoro thy Ellen Houck Also Elizabeth Ann Kocher RossHelson Lauder Jr John Ralph Mckinney Shirley Louise Distribution of new Bell Tele Morrissey Susan LeDeaneNear phone directories with each page Calvln Price PatU coyprighted far the first time Sidne Simth Gordon RalPh will begin in Huntingdon tomorrow Wednesday June 18 The federal copyright law protects all original writings of an author by giving him the exclu 900 Tons Of Bombs Drolpped SAIGON B52 bombers dropped nearly 900 tons of bombs and Allied troops killed 168 Communists in an effort to break up a red drive against Tay Ninh city a key provincial capHalf military spokesmen said today They were the heaviest B52 raids in Tay Ninh province northwest of Saigon since April 24 and followed a day of fighting around Tay Ninh city by US infantrymen riding tanks and South Vietnamese paratroopers sweeping through the jungle Allied communiques said at least 546 Communists had been killed and 19 Americans killed and 99 wounded the fourth day of a Communist offensive in which fighting flared from the northern quarter of the country to the Mekong Delta Communist gunners stepped up shelling in South Vietnam Monday night and early today blasting 45 targets with rockets and mortars None of the new attacks was against any major city Allied forces killed 168 Communists in Tay Ninh province in a series of battles Monday spokesmen said In the largest clash US 25th Infantry Division troops killed 51 North Vietnamese troops 11 miles east of the provincial capital The fighting broke out after a Communist soldier threw a grenade at a column of patrolling US tanks armored personnel carriers Police Push Probe Of Fatal Shooting Of Huntingdon Man Victim VERYL G NORRIS 1st1 New Doorway Library To Reopen On Monday The Huntingdon County Library will reopen its doors at Fourth and and Perm Streets on Monday June 16 at 11 am it was announced The American vehicles wheeled today by Miss Ruth Auchenbach and smashed over the top of librarian The entrance for use the Communist position and the US troops called in helicopter gunships and AC47 planes with Wife Says She Pulled Trigger Huntingdon Borough police and State Police today are continuing a full investigation of the fatal shooting last evening of a Hunt ingdon man by his wife in the kitchen of their 1506 Mifflin Street home Veryl G Norris 44 regional manager for National Sales Sys tem Inc died as the result of a bullet wound in the bacx His wife Isabelle Peabody vens Norris 41 admitted to police last night that she led the trigger that sent a slug into her husbands body Mrs Norris hysterical at times said she was practic ing with the 9shot weapon at the time of the shooting about pom No charges had been filed against Mrs Norris at press time today A post mortem examination was scheduled today at J C0 Blair Memorial Hospital to det ermine the cause of death The slug entered Norris back on the right side just below the shoalder There was no point of exit and it is believed he died of internal hemorrhaging Chief of Police Donald Win Contd on Page 5 18000roundaminute machine Confd on Page 2 Under Way Mount Union Has Little League Week Million Measure Is Huntingdon County seniors also shared in the awards presented at the commencement Sally Shaw Tyrone Area PTA Scho larship and Shorthand Award Harold Biddle DeKalb Award Paul Smith Automotive Supply Company AwardjSusanNearhoof Womans Auxiliary to Blair writin and the publisher the Countv Medical Society Health Week from June 9 through June telephone company as an Career Award Eileen Harpster 14 author he added We have BPW Business Education Award Contd on Page 5 lisa and copy his writings said John W Newcombe Bells Hunt ingdon manager The law specifically recog nizes a telephone directory as a The borough of Mount Union is participating with over 6000 communities and two million youngsters in the observance of National Little League Baseball proprietary interest in the dir ectory and it is costly to pro duce In the interest of our cus tomers who are identified therein we believe the fruits of tliis labor should be controlled Newcombe said copies of the director will be mailed to subscribers in Huntingdon Alex andria Marklcsburg Mount Union Saxton and Three Springs The entiredistri Page 5 INSIDE THE NEWS Ann Landers 12 Classified Ads10 11 Comics 9 Crossword 11 Obituaries 2 Society Club 8 Sports 4 Serving as the president of the Greater Mount Union Little Lea gue is the Rev James W Matz Other officers Include vice presi dent Jack Port secretary Leo Kumpf treasurer Thomas James The player agent is Jerry Minnick chief umpire Gary Shugarts announcer and score keeper James Rodgers Originally set aside in Presi dential Proclamation by the late Presidents Dwight Eisenhower and John F Kennedy Little Lea gue Week calls for nationwide Contd en Page 7 by the public Is the doorway of the new addition Hours for the summer while renovation work continues will be Monday through Friday 11 am to 6 pm Saturday 10am to pm Circulation and reference vice as well as interlibrary loan yV service for adults only will be available though limited Miss Alberta Haught and Miss Freda HARRIS BURG UPI Sen t Lloyd will assist the public with Preston B Davis chairman of Carbon Copy Of Other Killings the Senate Education Commit tee said today it was highly unlikely that a House passed bill providing an additional million in state aid to non public schools would be cleared for floor action this year Im not going to devote the committees time to this bill when theres so little chance that it will be enacted the Mil ton Republican said Davis said there were two factors working against Senate approval of the measure the current budgetary problems of the state and a legal challenge brought last week in US Dis trict court in Philadelphia chal lenging the existing million state aid program I honestly dont think you W OH lid Of Officer Shows Where Body Was Found Huntingdon Patrolman Edward Merrills points to the spot where he found the body of 44year old Veryl G Nbfris of Huntingdon who was fatally shot by Ids wlie at their homu last evening Norris was lying In doorway between kitchen and dining room the help of Mrs George Kurtz Mrs John Brewster Mrs John Hann and Mrs Richard Evans Volunteers will also be working Furniture for the new wing is promised in another month Meanwhile those who want to study read or research in the building will be hampered to an extent Carpet laying in the new addi tion was completed last week and a makeshift circulation desk is being installed this week for the convenience of patrons The new electrical charging system is being readied and should be in operation shortly The greatest inconvenience will be the lack of childrens services The two rooms in the McMurtrie House designated for the juvenile collection are at present undergoing renovation Most bookshelves throughout the Contd on Pages Sixth Ann Arbor Coed Found Slain ANN ARBOR Mich UPI A pretty brunette with a gaiy stripad coat was sKst stabbed and raped bafors hsr killer left her In a cold spring rain She was the sixth young woman slain in the area of this fearstricken university community over tjie past two yjar Student can get an additional S40 mil lion out of this Senate for a pro f be declared un constitutional he said Davis added he felt spiralling costs of education had doomed the Roman Catholic school system and that it was now entering a phasing out process I think the real question be fore the legislature is whether the state should help the paroch ial schools phase out hosaid The state cannot support two school systems in the future During the weekend Rep Martin P Mullen DPhiladel phia the prime supporter of the measure in Davis committee Contd on Page 7 A Hartslog Valley student is being treated at the J C Blair Memorial Hospital today for a gunshot wound of the leg just below the knee The accident victim Paul Amersbach 24 Alexandria RD was groundhog hunting at the time of the 3 pm accident in the area where he resides Her death was called by sheriff a carbon copy of the others She lay today in the Washtenaw County morgue as baffled police sought identity and clues to her death and the other unsolved slayings The discovery of her body Monday brought to four the number of similar unsolved murders since March 21 Sheriff Douglas Harvey said the latest murder contained many similarities to the previous killings In this Univer sity of Michigan city 45 miles west of Detroit But Harvey declined to speculate whether Argument Court Held By Heffner The June Term of Huntingdon County Argument Court opened yesterday with Judge R Merle Heffner on the bench The jurist heard arguments of opposing counsel on the motion of Ronald Lee Hileman 28 Saltillo a for a new trial and for arrest of judgment Hileman was found guilty by a voir dire jury in court on May 2 of two charges forgery and her receiving stolen goods District Attorney Newton C Taylor represented the Common wealth while Hilemans legal counsel was Attorney William J Myers Judge Heffner said he would take the matter under advise ment and will hand down a deci sion shortly 2 Cases Continued Another case on the argument list was continued pending a rehearing before the Workmens It was reported that he was the slayings were the work of a Compensation Board A third carrying a revolver at the time single rainynight killer and while he was replacing it in They were females the holster it was accidentally were naked they case was continued until such a they time as it can be disposed of were before visiting Judge Arnold D discharged sending the bullet stabbed he said Were Smorto of Cambria County into his leg Amersbach engineering student at Penn State Contd on Page 5 grabbing at straws All were electrical siain on rainy nights Hey Mister Hey mister hey mister three teenaged brothers yelled On the orphanscourt argument list the executor in the estate of A H Parsons late of Orbi sonia was directed to file an account on or before July 1 Kennedy Thurmond In FistPounding Debate Monday at Dale Higley 41 at The action was with the agree his home about seven miles north of here We found a body We found a body Higley said they found the ment of the parties concerned Another orphans court case involving the estate of George W Fry deceased was continued nearly nude body of the 17 to by agreement of counsel WASHINGTON UPI Edward M Kennedy DMassg stood listening near the front of the Senate Sen Strom Thur mond RSC was delivering a the senator yield I have some Then midst shouting and deskpounding the following colloquy took place 20yearold girl Monday after noon behind a small bush on an abandoned farm just a block from busy US Route 23 The 5 Woman Wins Appeal A Huntingdon RJD 2 woman Mrs Grace A Kyle won her appeal from an order of sus KennedyMr President will 139pound girl was found pension issued by the Equipment Display Denotes Observance Mount Union Borough shows pride in its Little League program by erecting thic display to denote the observance of National Little League Baseball Week Equipment frcm Mount Union Teams is shown In ths window of the Strlckler Dairy where It will be on display frr tha remainder ol thi3 wek prepared speech criticizing Supreme Court Justice William O Douglas The two senators one 36 the other 66 were almost alone The gallery was deserted The session was almost over for the day Then it happened Thurmond had been speaking about the Inter American Cen ter for Economic and Social Studies of which Douglas was a board member When he got to the name of Latin politician Jose Figueres he stopped unable to pronounce the name Kennedy pronounced it for him familiarity with the individuals about whom he is talking Thurmond I will be glad to One of Mr Figueres suppor ters are you Kennedy No I am able to pronounce his name correctly Thurmond Are you trying to correct my pronounciatlon in English or are you holding yourself up as an English teacher Are you an expert because you went to Harvard What was your record at Harvard It was an obvious reference Confd on Page 7 in the strewn remains of her colorful wardrobe The unusual multicolored striped coat with a Rubys Department Store Kalamazoo label was flung across her bare feet Her orange and red underpants and white skirt were torn and scattered A purple blouse lay across her left arm She looked like she had just lain down there but there were signs of pain on her face said David Christie 17 one of the brothers who found her body almost in the road I almost ran over her Contd on Page 5 vania Department of Revenue Judge Heffner sustained a Contd on Page 10 THE WEATHER Sunny and mild today high mid 70s to near 80 Fair and a little warmer tonight low in mid 50s to low 60s Wed nesday partly cloudy and warmer high in upper 70 to 80s Thursdays outlook warm with scattered showers and thundershowers likely in the afternoon and evening   

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