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   Daily News (Newspaper) - June 13, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                CLASSIFIED ADS DIAL MISS CLASSIFIED 6434040 or 5424641 THE DAILY NEWS State Library Education Building HarrisbwK Pa 17126 7OL 48 XKE CENTS PER COPY HUNTINGDON and MOUNT UNION FRIDAY JUNE 13 1969 PHONE 6434040 NO 115 North Korean Vessel Nabbed On Spy Trip Three Springs Pool Past HalfWay Mark Work on the Three Springs community swimming pool is on schedule for a June 2S opening The concrete pool is nearly finished and the bathhouse facilities were at the halfway mark when this photo taken Located just east of Three Springs Borough along Route 994 the pool is operated by the Three Springs Recreation Association headed by Fred die Wible Seeding and landscaping will be done by the resi dents of the Three Springs andSaltillo area Dedication cere monies are planned for 4 pjn on Saturday June 2S Reds Boast Of Success At Summit No Major Ground Battles Are Reported MOSCOW Soviets and their allies are boasting of success in their world Commu nist summit ana playing down the dissension of half a docer Western parties The government newspaper Izvestia and Janos Kadar the Hungarian party leader set the tone for the praise Thursday declaring the 75 delegations are in agreement on the main questions despite differences over details With the conference one week olci nearly twothirds of the representatives have spoken Five declared they will not sign Communists Continue To Shell South Viet Centers Invaders Killed In Sea Battle SEOUL Korea DPI Korean gunboat troops and planes captured a North Korean speedboat trying to rendezvous with a Communist spy in an hour Jong gunbattle off the nations west coast the Korean Central Intelligence Agency said today The invaders were annihili ated the announcement said The agency said the North Korean vessel launched a rubber boat with three men aboard late Thursday night to try to pick up Kim YongKu 39 a North Korean arrested on spy charges by South Koreans May 30 At that point South Korean army navy and air force units attacked There were no reports of survivors among the 13 men aboard the North Korean boat Gives No Details The agency gave no details of the battle It said before his Caseworker Hilemaii Seeking To C3 Retlle Suit Assistant Ronald Lee Hileman of Sal tiUo now in Huntingdon County Jail awaiting sentencing on two charges has asked the U S District Court for permission to amend an earlier complaint or file a new complaint in seeking in real and punitive damages from District Attorney Newton C Taylor and State Trooper Carl F Regitz Hilemans first complaint filed under the Civil Rights Act was dismissed May 27 by the Hon Frederick V Follmer US senior district judge US Dis trict Court for the Middle Dis trict of Pennsylvania Both DA Taylor and Trooper Regitz received word yesterday of Hilemans motion for amend ment Attorney Taylor refused com ment on Hilemans latest action but noted that it is an example of the great amount of paper Mrs Rita McDonel 26 of Pe and timeconsuming red ta Umt te a MRS RITA McDONEL Position On Is Filled SAIGON UPI Communist shellings of South Vietnams second and third biggest cities and other population centers killed 26 South Vietnamese and wounded 41 overnight military spokesmen said today A total of 17 towns and Allied military bases came under rocket or mortar attack late Tursday and early fewest attacks since the Com munists began their latest Kitchen Knife Found By Probers capture the suspected spy had tersburg Is the new caseworker taPf Umt te as a re used a radio in reortin Huntingdon County Child suit ol recent rulings of the UA used a radio in reporting information to the Communists Welfare Services She succeeds DongV Ilbo South Koreas MrS Susan Hartman who resign largest newspaper said South Ule stafi position several Korean forces had advance weeks ago information about the Commu nie appointment was approved nist vessel and were waiting for yesterday by the Huntingdon it The Seoul troops suffered no county Board of Commissioners casualties during the reeular weekly busi The intelligence agency said ness sessionChairman Gordon on the matter and civil procedure fcund guilty of forgery and receiving stolen a jury on May 2 The dfe thf of Jarceny the case went to the Regime the 75foot 60ton vessel could w Haverstock presided lne Jurlst directed a ABSECON NJ VPDChil travel 35 knots and was te the verdict of acquittal on the charge shelling offensive the night of dren frolicking on a warm sumequipped with four engines and ment of C433S3G to the tax of burglary June 5 mer day led police to a butcher armed with an S2mm gun four collectors in48 districts of the Contd on Page 13 JAKIS UPI With no major ground batknife authorities say may be tling reported the US comthe murder weapon in the Me mand said 3S Sovietmade morial Day slaying of two The Viet a Sovietendorsed document Congs sellproclaimed govern rockets slammed into the Bien coeds condemning imperialism and to oppose the present Hoa military complex North of Two children picking flowers calling for international unity South Vietnamese regime had Saigon site of one of the major Wednesday in a grassy area off among Communists wlag movements The dissenters British Swedish and left diplomatic recognition today from seven nations The Allied were the delegation at the Paris talks Australian said it changed nothing US airbases in Vietnam the Garden State Parkway 10 Killed came across a set of car keys Military sources said 10 South that prompted police to return Vietnamese soldiers were killed in search of more clues Contd on Page 13 Captain Of Melbourne county for the balance of the 1968 taxes collectedas of May 5 and the two per cent commis sion of all returned taxes which are to be collected by the coun ty treasurer American 15 Killed In The county paid the second quarter appropriation foroperat Vietliaill BYRON H GINTHER Extension Officer Is Appointed Area residents served by the staff of IheCooixJraUveExtension Service in Huntingdon County have been seeing a new face since June 1 It belongs to Byron H Ginther recently ap pointed Assistant County Agent by Thomas H Pattern extension service director from The Pen nsylvania State University A native of St Marys R J 3 Ginther earned his bachelor of science degree from Penn State in 1963 as a dairy science major Prior to being named to the Huntingdon County vice staff he served in the US Air Force attaining the rank of captain From June to Dec ember 19C8 he was employed Contd on Page 13 ing expenses to the Huntingdon County Library a00 NFW YORK fUPftLast Italic and Swiss parties They We place no significance or and 13 wounded in the attack 14 The keys fit the Chevrolet 1 f 1 Commissioners Henry C Me week a voune Vlarine in objected to the wording of the the manner In which you choose miles from Saigon convertible the girls rode in be 1 COIJJUCO DiCosimo also Vietnam wrote his family in document fearing it would the style yourselves said At Da Nang five rockets hit fore they were stabbed to death were present at the mectmg m fine implv limitations 01 their Lawrence E Walsh acting a bS Navy compound causing in Egg Harbor SUBIC BAY Philippines along with Attorney A Lynn Cor have anv holes in me yet national and partv sovereigntv chief of the US delegation at no damage or casualties but a Teams of police returning to captain of the solicitor and Wednesday the famllv received ol the dissenters the talks in Thursdays 21st sixth fell short into a shanty the discovery site Thursday Australian carrler Melbourne Lewis F Greene chief clerk a teleSPfc Dan aSoct mUQS 10 Vietnamese found the knife in the same said tod tnat nine days Tie new CWS caseworker is a Saturday of INSIDE THE NEWS Some disapproved of repeated verbal session attacks on Mao Tsetung one changes in no his Red Chinese party and conduct of government and some criti business at these meetings cised the Sovietled invasion of North Vietnam East Germa Czechoslovakia last summer W Poland Cuba Syria ana In an interview with Izvestia Yugoslavia extended Thursday Kadar said The recognition io the Viet Congs work is going well and there is provisional government purs full agreement on the msir day Algeria questions associated with the stepping up of the anti imperialist struggle and the need for strengthening the unity of the Communist and working class movement In its own comment on the way civilians and wounding 12 Contd on Page 13 15 vicinity although they would tefore Ws ship sliced a US native of Mount Union a daughter multiple wounds to the body Contd on Page 13 the had new already govern recognised ment Madame Nguyen Trd Binh head of the Viet Congs new government celegation at the talks urged other Communist warned the American skipper to maintain the sharpest alert against collisions Capt John P Stevenson 47 told a sixman joint US Australian Board of Inquiry that he had made the statement to Cmdr Albert S McLemore of the brainiest men I acquainted with Mr Lewis and and the captains of lour other destroyer in two he had of Roland and Violet Snyder now from small arms fire Coalmont Man Says Lewis One Of Nations Greatest residents of Petersburg He was the youngest Ameri She was graduated from Juniata can jmied in the Vietnam War Contd on Page 13 Contd on Page 13 Ann Landers 12 Building Page 10 Classified Ads 1617 Comics15 Courthouse Roundup 3 Crossword17 Farm Page9 Obituaries2 On Stage Live5 Society Club News 14 Sports4 5 TV Schedule8 9 ever met frequently talked with him parti Thats the description Clar cularly in Washington Donald destroyers participating in the exercise during a May 25 bloc rations to recognize the summit the government news provisional government paper conceded The conditions in various countries are differ ent it is true but added despite such diflerences the representatives are striving to mate cooperation of like Contd on Page 13 ence Donaldson Coalmont has son known on the Broad Top dinner aboard his ship for the John L Lewis former as Rusty said he first met I made clear in no uncertain United Mine Workers of AmerU John L in 1917 He had not terms my concern Stevenson ca president who diedWednesday seen the bushy eyebrowed Lewis said an obvious reference to a since he Donaldson retired in previous collision between the at the age of 89 Donaldson retired vice presi 1953 dent of UMW District 2 was The Coalmont American labor movement for Hed talk for hours without half a centure I was personally repeating himself and hed never warned the other captains to watch and keep clear when Contd on Page 13 Walsh took the place of ienry Cabot Lodge at Thurs days session of the talks Lcege was in Washington personally acquainted with the often saw Lewis testify at con Aalsn almost Lgnorea the whodominated tract hearings in Washington communists comments on their all fnr new government Contd on Page 13 use a manuscrjpt Or notes Donaldson branded Lewis as one of the greatest men this Lmertrency Lard May Have Caused Death nation has ever produced UMW President W A Tony Boyle has called on all coal miners in the US and Canada to stop work beginning today until after Lewis funeral He also asked all miners to gather in their churches and union halls for memorial services at the time of the Lewis rites Don aldson said he expected that the Contd on Page 13 Melbourne and an Australian man said he destroyer in 1964 which claimed 82 lives in the South Pacific The Australian naval officer told the panel that he had Man Killed By Police In Tragic Series Of Errors LOS ANGELES UPI Donald Lee Oughton was a bit slow witted and had z severe speech impediment Oughton 29 always carried a card in his wallet giving his name and address in case of in emergency An emergency came up the card ap parently cost Oughton his life The tall lanky man de scribed by his neighbors as a nice fellow was shot to death by a policeman in a tragic series of errors apparently resulting from Oughtons inabi lity to speak clearly It started with a report of a sniper shooting at passing cars on a freeway Nothing was found but Policemen Norman P OMalley and Henry Kenne dy a rookie started crusirg the area in their patrol car They saw Oughton running along 2 sidewalk but then he suddenly slowed down and started to walk slowly which the policemen thought suspi cious They left the patrol car and Oughton approached them stood in front of Oughton and began to frisk him while Kennedy moved behind the suspect Oughton turned and reached for his back pocket withdraw ing a long wallet that contained the card givine his name and address Kennedy unable t see clearly in the dark shouted Watch it hes got s gun Oighton surprised whirled toward Kennedy who drew his gun and fired once Missing Oughton but hitting OMalley on Contd on Page 13 THE WEATHER Warm and humid with occasional showers and thun derstorms today and tonight The high today in the md and upper 80s The low tonight in the 60s Cloudy and not as warm with a chance of showers Saturday The high in the 70s Tho outlook for Sunday is partly cloudy and mild 118lh Transplant Recipient Passes HOUSTON Mor ris the worlds 118th heart transplant recipient died Wed nesday at St Lukes Hospital He was 56 Morris a retired merchant from Calgary Alta was Dr Denton Cooleys 19th heart transplant and his first this year Morris received the heart March 4 of an anony mous traffic victim Five Killed In Blaze At Glassport GLASSPORT Pa UPI Five members of a family died today in a fire which wrecked a twostory frame house in this Allegheny County community along the Monongahela River The dead all children of Mrs Elsie Case 41 were identified as Edward Jr 20 Rose 16 Wayne 13 Alice 10 and Ama rice 9 Mrs Case leaped from a sec ondstory window to escape the fire She was admitted to Mc Keesport Hospital for treatment of shock and lacerations Police Chief Walter Klimek said Edward Jr returned from California State College this past week and was employed on the night shift at the Conti nental Can Co plant In West Mifflln He worked at the plant Thursday nightKlimek said Second Tot Lot Dedicated Mike Weaver left of the Huntingdon Area Jaycees joined Thomas W Rupert principal of William Smith Elementary School Huntingdon and John Binney supertiterdent of Huntingdon Area Schools at the Jaycee tot lot at William Smith The tot lot was dedicated to te school Thursday morning in brief ceremonies and this picture was taken Jaycees had previously dedicated a similar lot at the SmithfieldJuniata School   

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