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Daily News (Newspaper) - July 5, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania CLASSIFIED ADS DIAL MISS CLASSIFIED 6434040 or 5424641 THE DAILY NEWS State Library Education Building llarrisbiirpc Pa 17126 VOL 48 NME CENTS PER COPY HUNTINGDON and MOUNT UNION SATURDAY JULY 5 1969 PHONE 6434040 NO 133 v Radiologist GP Consultants Staff Appointments Are Made At Blair Hospital Best Feet Forward To Break Ground With best feet forward officials of local regional state and national government lined up to break ground for the new access road to the Saxton Industrial Park at ceremonies held on the site Thursday afternoon Left to right Roy Ogburn of Sen Scotts office Larry Anesko regional representative state Commerce Department Robert Sweet Bedford County Commissioner Judge R Merle Heffner Huntingdon County Operation Survival Chairman Albert Masood Contractor Robert M Anderson Broad Top Chamber of Commerce President RobertP Raycroft Congressman J Irving Whalley Gerald W Kapp Jr site development act coordinator state Com merce Department Investment Plans Are Discussed At the weekly session on Thurs day the Huntingdon County Com miss loners met with Richard Kidd county treasurer and dis pteiw tor theretoravtmnit of The money came from the maturing of three treasure bonds No final decision was made on the matter Present at the meeting were commissioners Gordon stock Henry McCamant and James DJCosimio along with At torney A Lynn Corcellus soil citor and Lewis Greene chief clerk Two veteran burial applications ConPd on Page 5 Committed To Preparation Of Saxton Site Ground Broken On Access Road To Industrial Holiday Death Climbing Impressive groundbreaking ceremonies Thursday afternoon symbolized tie commitment of Broad Top area men and women to the creation of a new Saxton at the site of the Saxton Industrial Park The marked firstrpfayaical r 7 u Delegates Wait For Explanation PARIS negotia tors awaited the return of Hanois chief peace delegate from home today for word on whether the battlefield lull in Vietnam was a signal the Communists areready to scale down thewar Xuan Thuy left for home six weeks ago for consultations with Ho Chi Mlnh and other North Vietnamese leaders on the Communist position toward settling the war No progress was reported In the negotiations during his absence Thuy was due on a flight from Moscow at am EDT Since he left May 24 Viet Cong and North Vietnamese troops have disappeared from some of their longtime battle field haunts and avoided fights with Allied troopsAbout 18000 North Vietnamese soldiers have pulled back Into border bi vouacs S Marinei MaJ Geri J C Blair Memorial Hospital directors have announced sev eral staff appointments effective as of July 1 Appointees Include William J McBrine Jr MD radiologist and Marilyn Hart Stephens MD general practitioner to the regular staff of the hospital Named to the consulting staff were Car oil S McBrihe MD Mrs William radiologist Robert E Wertz MD general surgery an Al toona resident and two anesthes iologists Andre DeBakker MD and Paul P Bricknell MDboth of Altoona HEADS DEPT The new radiologist who sue ceeds Robert J Ayella as head of the radiology department at J C Blair Hospital holds pro fessional membership in the American College of Radiology and is licensed In both New Jer sey and Pennsylvania He earned his bachelor of sci ence degree in chemistry from Manhattan College class of 1954 and received his MD in 1964 from Seton Hall now New Jer sey College of Medicine McBrine served his Internship at the US Public Health Serv ice Hospital in New York City and held a residency at Phila delphia General Hospital In radi ology from 1966 to the present The 37yearold radiologist did seminar work in mammography at the Glen Cove Community Hos pital in Glen Cove New York during October 1967 and In gas trolntestinal rcentogenology in New York City In April 1968 CONSULTANT His wife 33yearold Carol S McBrine attended Pennsyl vania State University in 1952 53 and Ursinus College from 1953 to 1956 where she received her BS degree She holds an MD from the Temple Univers ity School of Medicine which she earned in 1960 Death Toll Is Lowest In Months SAIGON fire shot down a UJS observation helicopter and killed three Americans In the only Incident Involving GI battle deaths reported today by Allied headquarters The report and the continuing lull to ground battling Indicated the UJS death toll for the week to announced next Thursday could be one of the lowest in several months Military spokesmen said scat tered ground clashes killed a total of 138 Viet Cong and North Vietnamese Friday and the guerrillas shelled 18 towns and bases high est number in 11 nights Nine South Vietnamese civi lians were killed and 34 wounded in three terrorist bomb explosions also Friday two of them in the Mekong Delta and the third in Saigon The bombers escaped The lull in ground fighting approached its third week with no American fatalities reported in the shellings combat or terrorism Friday The downed Contd on Page 2 Requests Anemia From Black Leaders Chamber Elects Action 15 Beds Are Needed For AFS Visitors Fifteen beds Thats how many Mr And Mrs C harles Schoenherr need for the American Field Service students who are due In Huntingdon on July 12 for a threeday stop en their endofstay bus tour Call them at 6435427 The bus chairmen are pleased with the res pens e so Huntingdon residents and area residents too have offered to take some of the 40 students for July 1213 and 14 But they still need places for 15 girls Only requisite for hosting a student is that she has a bed of her a room of her own The students who spent the past school year in California will be coming Saturday after noon late from Ohio TheSchoen herrs have arranged an easy pro Contd on Page 10 A United Press International count at 7 am EDT showed 208 persons had been killed in traffic accidents since the start of the holiday period at 6 pjn Thursday A breakdown of accidental deaths showed Traffic 208 Crownings 59 Planes 13 Miscellaneous 30 Total 310 California led the nation with 20 traffic deaths Michigan had 17 Texas 16 Ohio 15 Virginia 11 Georgia 10 and North Carolina 9 A spokesman for the National Safety Council said deaths were averaging 64 per hour He said the hourly average for the Memorial Day holiday when 160 persons died on the nations highways was 57 ContM on Page 2 THE WEATHER Alexandria Area W ill Have Two Detours Thomas Colantino District 9 engineer for the Department of Highways announced today that two detours will be established next week in Alexandria borough and Logan Townships Due to railroad grade crossing repairs by the Penn CentralRail road on Traffic Route 305 and Legislative Route 31051 the PDH is presently posting a detour for TR 305 from the Intersection of LR 31098 with TR 305 to the intersection of LR 885 and 31098 in Alexandria Borough which will be effective Monday July 7 The detour route will be effective until July 8 In addition to the above temp orary closing the PDH will post a detour for the repair of a railroad grade crossing alcngLR 31051 in Alexandria Borough The Contd en Page 25 keynote afternoon was set by the Rev Thomas irwin pastor of the Saxtdn Unitedi Metho dist Church who gave the invoca tion Irwin spoke of the groundbreak ing as the fulfillment of adream now coming true which would require the dedication of all men and women in the area toward its realization We dedicate not only a road but a community and ourselves he prayed BISECTS ACRES The access road will be an extension of Liberty Street and will bisect the 119 acres pur chased by the Broad Top Chamber of Commerce as a site for ind ustry recreation and additional housing Contractor for the work Contd on Page 2 in Vietnam Friday it would take about a month before the Allies could determine whether The Mount Union Chamber of Commerc has decided on posi the Communists were regroupitive action as the best method to deal with any huraan relations ing for more attacks or conflicts that may arise within Mount Union Borough in the whether they were Indicating future between members of the blackand white communities they were prepared to de Aiea escalate the fighting Contd on Page 2 INSIDE THE NEWS Along the Juniata 12 Ann Landers 7 Classified Ads 11 Comics 9 Crossword 11 Church Page 3 Society fe Club 8 Sports 4 Following avlsitbyGovernors representative Stanley A Miller to C of C President Melvlri Da McCorkle the suggested gauntlet was picked up with an invitation to the black leaders to present an agenda of topics for discussion at thenextCham ber of Commerce meeting set for July 14 Miller was first called to the community by John Trice who felt the necessity to open up beb ter channels of communication between black and white residents of the boroughsomeseven weeks ago In all Miller has made two visits to the community to talk to representatives of both blacks and whites in an effort to assess Just how explosive the Interracial situation might become His recommendation was a talk council composed of from six to ten leaders of each com num ity under the sponsorship of some strong municipal preferable the Chamber of merce Miller praised McCorkles spirit of cooperation and stated Confd on Page 5 Occasional thunderstorms today accompanied by locally heavy rain showers and gusty winds High In the 80s to low 90s Showers and thunder storms ending this evening with partial clearing by morn ing Low in the 60s Sunday partly cloudy and not as warm or humid High in the 70s and low 80s Outlook for Monday Is fair and warm Retiring Educator Will Reside In Area Charles F Zlnn 63 formerly of Huntingdon is retiring from his position as administrative assistant for vocational tech nical practical arts and adult education with the Chester Sch ool District and will establish residence Oneida Township at an early date Zlnn entered employment with the Chester public schools in 1945 An educator for the past 39 years he previously served for five years as Chief of Trade and Industrial Education In the State Department of Public In struction Harrisburg and as dir ector of the States vocational educational curriculum labora tories He was assistant professor Contd on Page 2 CHARLES F ZINN CAA Chief Is Leaving TriCounty Joseph R Gallen director of the TriCounty Com munity Action Agency since April 16 1968 has submitted his resig nation to the agencys governing board Gallen has accepted a position as executive director of the Balti more County Md CAA which serves the largest metropolitan county surrounding the Balti more community His last work ing day with the TrlCounty agency will be Monday July 14 The new Baltimore County ap pointee came to the Bedford Huntingdon Fulton community from Cumberland Md where he had served as executive director of the Western Maryland Econo mic Opportunity Committee He is the second director to serve the TrUSounty agency since its founding In May 1965 succeed Ing Col Clayton Ettinger The TriCounty CAAboard will meet Tuesday July 22 at 8 pjn at the servicecenter in Roberts dale to installnewofficers Hunt ingdon Cowity President Judge R Merle Heffner will preside at the ceremonies The public is Invited RUSSELL LaFORCE LaForce Accepts New Post Russell D LaForce director of the Juniata Valley High School HORNET BAND and musk teach er in the Junior and senior high schools has resigned his posl tioa to become the band director at the Springfield Township High School Oreland a suburb of Philadelphia in Montgomery County LaForce came to Juniata ley in August of 1963 from Mon toursvUle Area High School where he occupied a similar position as band director and Contd on Page 5 New Saxton Ushered In At Ceremonies Mayor Olln Horton of Saxton welcomes guests to the ground breaking at the Saxton Industrial Park site Tussey Mountain High School Band which played for the event and dignitaries associated with the development of the complex flanked the platform where the speakers were seated to usher in a new Saxton On the hills shown students from PennStatehave designed a housing addition containing 84 lots In curvilinear layout with over 4000 feet of streets and 144 acres of open space The 119acre plot annexed to the borough marks Its first expansion in 115 years Of July Oulpost Days Lislrcl The following dates have been set for food stamp outpostvi sits by members of the staff of the office of public assis tance administrators of the fed eral food coupon plan In Hunt ingdon County For thin month at the com munity room Union National Bank and Trust Company In Mount Union staffers will be present Tuesday July 8 from 10 am to 3 pm On Wednesday July 9 the outpost wtllvbe stationed at Broad Tpp Area Service Cen on Page 10
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