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   Daily News (Newspaper) - June 14, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                CLASSIFIED ADS DIAL MISS CLASSIFIED 6434040 or 5424641 THE DAILY NEWS State Library Education Building Karrisburg Pa 17126 VOL 48 NINE CENTS PER COPY HUNTINGDON and MOUNT UNION SATURDAY JUNE 14 1969 PHONE 6434040 NO 116 Couiitiaiis Given PSU Degrees Chairman More than a score of persons from the Huntingdon County area were among the 4600 de gree recipients at ment exercises held today at the Pennsylvania State versity This was the largest class to be graduated from Penn State In addition 255 degrees were conferred at the Capitol Campus Middletown as the first com mencement was held at that lo cation Included among the graduates were Brian D Dickson Alexandria B S Science Car men G Reed Alexandria RD 1 B S biochemistry Myron M McClain Cassville B S hanical engineering Lonny R George Hesston R D 1 B S animal industry From Huntingdon Charles A Cable Taylor Highlands PhD mathematics James L Cic arelli 1121 Mifflin Street BS industrial engineering Dennis M Danceker Taylor Highlands B A history Frances H Dunn 38 SalinaDrive BSelementary and kindergarten education Alice The wiU begin 1 t A THOMAS A FINLEY Center To Begin Fund Drive Thomas A Finley of Hunting don is chairman of the Hunting don Community Centers annual fund drive for 1969 it was ann ounced today by board president the Rev Norman D Crews rec tor of St Johns Episcopal US Base Is Invaded By Commandos SAIGON commaados invaded a US artil lery base overlooking the A Sbau Valley today and killed seven American GIs while wounding 23 others military spokesmen said The camps defenders found the bodies of 31 guerrillas at UeSll OVC dawn 18 of them inside the J barbed wire perimeter ffi The 101st Airborne Division base named Fire Base Bert chesgaden sits atop a jungle France Awaiting Sundays Presidential Runoff Vote A Pater son R D English Elwcod L Reese R D 1 MEd physical education Richard S Reynolds Jr B S industrial engineering RobertE Scott Star Route B S agri cultural education Guy W Naugle Jr Maple ton Depot R D B S agri cultural education John H Ben nett 15 West Pennsylvania Ave nue Mount Union B A music Robert F Young Todd B S Confd on Page 7 Susp Police Have ects In SI ay ings ANN ARBOR Mich Police in this university com munity say they have leads they cant talk about and suspects who look good in their search for the killer or killers of sis young girls slain in the past two years The parents of the latest victim were to bury their only daughter today The body of Alice Elizabeth Kalom lay in toe First Congregational Church in Kala mazoo Mich as friends from the University of Michigan paid their last respects to the recent graduate who was slain some time last Sunday morning The 21yearold former coed was found dead Monday in a field north of Ann Arbor her neck slashed a gaping knife wound in her chest and a bullet Contd on Page 5 Monday June 16 and continue during the remainder of the month Finley a member of the Com munity Center board is a new comer to the area arriving last fall to become personnel director of the OwensCorning Fiberglas plant at Huntingdon He had pre viously been associated with Owens Corning at Anderson SC as employment manager The centers wellrounded pro gram serves many age groups and organizations in the community Included among the 29 scheduled activities are dances crafts re creation tutoring adult educa tion courses and Shuffleboardfor Golden Agers peak about 380 miles northeast of Saigon with a commanding Tiew of the A Shau Valley Headquarters sajd the Com munists first opened up with a molar attack and then about 60 commandos charged hurling satchel charges and firing antitank rockets before dawn UJS Air Force AC47 Spooky gunships lit the battleground with parachute flares and supported the GIs with machine guns The US Command reported the raids in a communique that also listed four sharp ground battles from Friday killing a total of 46 Viet Cong and North Vietnamese against four GIs killed and 34 wounded Guerrilla gunners shelled nine towns and military camps overnight The lowest number since their latest shelling drive began June 5 Saigon spokes SUB1C BAY Philippines UPI board investigating the col lision of the US Destroyer Frank Mount Union Summer Program Is Revealed 3 Playgrounds To Open Next Monday Mount Union recreational director Thomas Holder announced E Evans and an Australian air today that the three Mount Union playgrounds wilTopen on MoJ craft carrier today warned the day June 16 at 9 ajn This annual summer recrea tion program sponsored by the borough of Mount Union is op erated on a five day week from two officers Evans they negligently ship in control of the were suspected of hazarding their Lt jg Ronald G Ramsey 24 of Long Beach Calif rad Lt jg James R Hopson 28 of Kansas City Kan were warned when they appeared board investigating the June 3 collision which killed 74 Ameri cans aboard the Evans Ramsey was officer of the deck on the destroyer at the time and Hopson as junior deck officer was on the bridge with him The board rejected Ramseys to examine mortar attack 265 miles Troops patrolling miles northwest of Ccntd on Page 5 Seven hundredyoungsters were rrt registered participants of the re O LJG31I1 ill gular activities sponsored by the wj i center during the past year Thir HC3CIO11 wuiti tf if 11 men said 16 civilians died and lawyer s recluests 62 were wounded in a 13round evidence and witnes into An Nhon ses A for the board of Saigonl SaM t has no authority to Erant ready Division suc1 requests and gave Ramsey until Monday to reappear before the board Ramsey may ask for a further continuation of the inquiry then Both Ramsey and Hopson were informed they had not been charged with any offense Capt John P Stevenson skipper of the Australian carrier Melbourne three hours earlier put the blame for the collision on the Evans Robertson WarnsRamsey Capt Horace Robersson Contd on Page 2 n 11 Red China Blamed For Flareups MOSCOW Soviet Union said today Communist China was responsible for starting the recent border battles between the two Red powers and proposed a meeting with Peking officials to discuss the situation The Soviet government made it clear it rejected all Chinese territorial claims and was to discuss only minor adjustments in individual pla ces of the border The new Soviet bid came on the eve of a SinoSoviet Commission meeting which is to discuss navigational prob lems along their boundary rivers in the Far East scene of grounds recurrent clashes between Chi nese and Russian troops since March 2 Monday through Fridays for an eight week period Playgrounds will be in op eration six hours a day from 9 am to noon and from 1 pm until 4 pjn However Holder noted the hours may vary and some evening hours will be sch eduled at a later time Youngsters will be properly supervised as there will be a supervisor and an assistant pro vided at Riverside Park Catho lic Hill and Municipal Park the main area and the picnic grounds There will be activities and games including badminton vol ley ball baseball soft ball bU races pinochle tourna tests for all age groups Arts and crafts have been planned for the various age levels Playground registration will take place the week of June 16 to June 20 at the three play tyfive organizations have used VENTURA Calif its facilities for 251 meetings Flve persons burned to death including the Radio Club Jay Friday ln a neadon auto cees Heart Fund board and couision here The California Highway Pa Throughout the year the cen said the victlmS all men ter serves the needs of many were when a southbound Alabama Insurance In a note to Peking the Soviet government emphasized that any border negotiations must be based on historic SovietChinese treaties The Contd on Page 7 residents now is the opportunity station Contd on Page 7 Company HARRBBURG i Fined UPI The THE WEATHER Mostly cloudy with occa sional showers and possible thundershowers today The high in the mid 80s Cloudy with a chance of showers tonight Low in the mid 60s Cloudy with occasional show ers and possible thundershow ers Sunday The high in the 70s On Monday mostly cloudy and mild wagon went out of control ripped through 33 feet of center divider fence and smashed into their northbound National Capitol Life Insurance station wagon Co Montgomery Ala has The northbound car then went Deen fined 310000 for not hav into a spin and was struck by a ing a license from the Pennsyl third vehicle vania Insurance Department All five were trapped inside state Insurance Commissioner their car which burst into George F Reed said Friday the flames Officers said they were firm did business in P ermsylva burned beyond recognition nia without the license and was William H Goergen 47 found guilty of violating the law McGregor Iowa driver of the during a departmental hearing southbound vehicle was listed Reed also announced the fin in critical condition at a ing of Robert J OBrien a Phil Ventura hospital The occupants adelphia insurance broker of the third car were not OBrien was fined S250 for do injured ing business without a license New VC Regime Is Evaluated PARIS South Vietnamese delegation to the Paris peace talks today dis missed the Viet Congs provi sional revolutionary govern ment as an exile group that has no permanent home It is a government of no fixed abodean exile govern ment spokesman said0 What does it control He said it would make no difference in the peace talks In contrast Communist diplo mats in Paris said Friday the Viet Congs new government had gained strength at the negotiating table from diploma tic recognition from the Soviet Union The Soviets joined 12 other Communist nations in recogniz ing the provisional revolutiona ry government Friday Czecho slovakia gave its recognition Friday night The Communist diplomats said the Viet Cong could now act as a sovereign government at the talks instead of as merely a movement The South Vietnamese spokesman insisted it was only propaganda by the Viet Congo The point about the Commu nists is that they can be all different forms a South Vietnamese spokesman said0 One day they can say they are one party and the next day they can break up into two parties The Saigon spokesman said the provisional revolutionary government was still a creation of Communist North Vietnam The South Vietnamese spokesman predicted the dead lock in Paris would go on until the Viet Cong agreed to meet privately with the government of President Nguyen Van Thieu It is not a simple problem he said And sooner or later Confd on Page 7 As in past years the Minor League will once again be a part of the boroughs recreational pro gram All interested boys between the ages of seven through twelve are requested to register on June 17 18 and 19 at the Muni cipal Park from 10 ajn until noon Boys registering are re quired to present a birth certi ficate must be accompanied by their parent or a responsible adult The first game has been set for June 23 All games start at 10 ajn Church groups or social or ganizations are encouraged to use the playground areas for picnics or summer gatherings Any group desiring to use the playground equipment should con tact the recreational director DE SENTMAN JR Sentman Will Head Legion Unit Donald E Sentman Jr of Mount Union has been elec ted commander of the Simpson Hunt Post 107 American Legion Mount Union for the 196970 term Sentman succeeds David Knox as head of the service or ganization Sentman is employed inthe gro cery department of the Wels Mar ket in Huntingdon He has served years inthe Pennsylvania Army National Guard Howitzer Battery First Squadron 104th Armored Cal vary Huntingdon The new commander graduated from the Captain Jack High School in 1963 and attended Shippens burg State College He is a mem ber of the Mount Union Lions Club and has served in the posi tion of adjutant of the Simpson Hunt Post filling the unexpired term of Thomas Hancock Sentmans grandfather the late Earl Sentman had served a term as Pompidou Poher End Campaigns PARIS faces are taut with fatigue they have shed inches from their wais tlines their voices are cracked and husky from nonstop talk ing Georges Pompidou and Alain Poher have travelled thousands of miles by plane train and road to every corner of France just as Richard M Nixon and Hubert H Humphrey criss crossed the United States last fall in search of votes Now the campaign to decide who will succeed Charles de Gaulle as president of France is over It ended officially at midnight Pompidou who was De Gaulles prime minister for six years only to be fired last fall and acting President Poher the plump little alsoran who came up in opinion polls to make a race of it have made their last hoarsevoiced appeals to the voters Vote For Fifth Time On Sunday Frances 29 million registered voters are called to the polls the fifth time in a cast ballots in the presidential runoff They already have voted in two rounds of legislative elections last June the constitu tional referendum April 27 in which they rejected De Gaulle and the first round of voting ConPd on Page5 Mount Union Summer School Set Mount Union Legion Post Summer school acceleration commander of the enrichment and credit makeup classes for Mount Union Arm Other officers elected during High School students will begin the meeting held at the Stone on Monday June 23 Tour Juveniles Caught In Car Paris Theft A case of stolen automo bile parts was quickly solved by Officer Lawrence Knable Jr of the Mount Union Police Department Knable was called on Monday evening at 10 pm by Fred Rod gers of Milford Street who re ported a fourbarrel carburetor steering wheel and minor parts had been stolen from his 1957 Chevrolet At pm an hour and 15 minutes after the call was re ceived Officer Knable had Contd on Page 5 House were first vice com mander Glenn Locke second vice commander Col Ernest J Knott finance officer Gerald Lu kens chaplain Mary Jane Me Knight historian Max Reeder service officer Ted Stewart ser geant at arms Forrest Gaff Newly elected executive board members are Armon P Gunnl son Jack OBrien Jack Wike George Goss and Harold Grissin Contd on Pages IINSIDE THE NEWS Ann Landers 12 Church Page 3 Classified Ads10 11 Comics Crossword Social Club8 Sports 4 5 Rung Column 6 Fred N Radle juniorsenior high principal in making the announcement today stated the sixweek session would end on Tuesday August 5 with no school scheduled for Thursday July 3 and Friday July 4 Full credit courses 120 hours in BSCS biology physics and American history will be offered Creative writing will be sche duled if there are enough stu dents interested A minimum of ten is required to schedule a credit class Driver training is offered on a yearround basis and summer schedules for these students are already in effect Radle also noted the ESEA Tutorial Program will provide an opportunity for pupils to work toward credit in courses failed during the regular school year Remedial work in English social studies science mathematics and reading is available for stu dents who just completed grades 7 8 or 9 In addition sophomores and juniors 196869 can enroll in English world cultures Amer ican biology basic or business mathematics algebra Contd on Page 7 Summer Youth Camps To Open Near Mount Union The Bible to Youth Crusade ages 1214 will be held June 29 Inc six miles east of Mount July 5 with the Rev Richard Union will begin its regular H Meyers pastor oftheSal SI summer youth camps on June tillo and Huntingdon Calvary Bap I JVFJ1 22 and will open with the young tist Churches as main peoples camp and Christ ian leadership conference To be included in this ses sion from June 2228 are those er Special music will be given by the Rev and Mrs Meyers on a variety of instruments Mrs Meyers who is also a chalk School Set Vacation church school opens in Huntingdon for two weeks under the auspices of the Huntingdon Council of Churches Classes will be held at uptown and downtown locations daily from 9 oclock to pm Monday through Thur sday June 1619 and June 23 26 Kindergarten children and Work On Two JC Dorms Is Progressing General construction work on two new residence halls on the eastern rim of the Juniata Co liege campus along Warm Springs Road is about 15 per cent completed Forms lor the third floor of Unit A are being set while the forms for the first floor of Unit B are being constructed Thfe dorms one for men and the other for women will cost about Si5 million To date no names have been selected for the new halls the latest phase of the college development program young people fifteen years and artist will use this alent to bring over The RevSE Lease pre illustrated messages The Rev sldent of the Lancaster School of Theodore N Hummel will repre the Bible will be the mainspeak sent missions er The first junior camp for ages Special music will be given by 811 will convene July 612 the mens quartet of the same will have as its main speak school Dr Stanton Winder pas er tne Rev Gerald Safstrom tor and teacher from Altoona will formerly of La Jose but now those who have just completed direct the Christian leadership Postering a church In New York grades one two and three in IV ATI T I conference which scheduled to State Miss Charlotte Hardt of school will meet downtown in the r0 A1J lOtiay begin on Wednesday June 18 Honduras Central America will First United Methodist Church Dont look for Alongthe Juniata and continue through the young Present missions through pic Those who have finished grades in tonights newspaper campTheRevandMrs tures and lectures four nve and six will gather j porter Jo McMeen is on Herman G Harrel missionaries The second junior camp will the Presbyterian Church down vacation The column will make to will bring themission for the same age group and town Its next appearance on Wed arv challenge will be held the following week The uptown school for all age nesday June 18 Tne Intermediate champ for Contd on Page 7 Contd on Page 7   

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