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   Daily News (Newspaper) - July 8, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                u t a Eciucatibn BuiTding r Is bvi rg i Pa On JV Elementary program Citizens To Probe School Board Acts 300 cMlMos resUUag the Juteta Valley School District have organised a coaunittee to tumme several recetB actions by their school sought by II from the professional rights aa1 responsibilities committee of the Juniata Valley Education Assoc11OFG IX U11 II At the heart of feather CltUens system is an feel of communications be tween themselves their elected representatives on the school taaid from the board and member of the fac Northern APOLLO 11 FLIGHT PLAN After launch from Cape Kennedy spacecraft enters earth parking orbit Engines fire 3 to set course for moon Command module separates turns around and docks with Landing Module Midcourse correction Spacecraft enters lunar orbit Astronauts Armstrong and Aldrin transfer to LEM separate from Command Module LEM descends to moon Astronauts spend 21 minutes on lunar surface including 2 hours 20 min utes outside LEM conducting experiments Armstrong and Aldrin return to LEM and blast off 10 to rendezvous with Collins in Command Module Discarding LEM astronauts fire Command Module engines on earth course After midcourse correction spacecraft re enters earth orbit 14 for Pacific splashdown WS Court Session Held New Plan To Receive tothe ulty and administration of th m today after a Juniata Valley schools rough weather night u which CHOOSE OFFICERS tornadoes appeared in several Kegioaal members ofthcom canted mlttee were elected at the held last evenmg in the Warm humid weather cooti Alexandria Fire Hall to serve nued draped over the South actively in the work of the ahead of mittee to speak fcr the citizens stretched and to serve as communications Wyoming liaison between the officers and the constituency within the var ious geographic districts Thomas Eberle Jr was chosen the president of the citizens group while Mrs Allen Ingle Mrs Ray mond G Taylor and Mrs Russell E Ross were chosen vice presi dent secretary and treasurer VOL 48 HUNTINGDON and MOUNT UNION TUESDAY JULY 8 1969 Mount Union Council Acts Adopts Curfew For Borough 1SS Workout Off Streets Seven Mount Union Borough councilmen met last night In a several how session which ao New Board Members Named Burglary At House By rluiitiiigaon Ked Cross a summer street contract enacted curfew ordinance and transacted other council busi ness the low bid of Archrock Par iag Company for for the summer street repair was accepted by council Cooacllmen gave unanimous approval to the adoption of Ordi nance No 565 prohibiting persons under sixteen years of age to be or remain upon any of the streets alleys parks or public places In the borough of Mount Union at night after pm unless accompanied by a ent guardian or persons having legal custody of the child The school bell to be known as the curfew bell shall be sounded at oclock each even ing A report will be given to the major on anyone taken into custody by the borough po lice and delivered to their home after curfew hour If the same child is again vlo latlng the curfew law the par ents or legal guardian shall be fined of not more than nor less than two dollars and costs In default of payment of such Ones they will be imprisoned IB county jail for not more than five days Said children who violate more than three times shall be reported to the Juven ile Department of Huntingdon Contd on Paee 16 Loot valued at or more was taken dnriof the burglarizing at Hafingthe weekend State Police today said the victim of the crime is Thomas Dickson of Newburg AltchRJ3 a communications repairman for the Western Unions microwave system Stolen from the Dicks on dwel ling a coin collection valued at including pennies nick els dimes quarters and half dollars four antique rifles a number of miscellaneous shells a five or sixplace set of ster ling silver dlnnerwear and hint ing paraphernalia including knives and turkey calls Entrance was via the storage section of the home at the right front door The burglary took place between the 5th and the 6th of July police said The Investigation is continuing An election of new members to the board of directors of the Huntingdon Chapter of the American Red Cross the retaining chairmen highlighted the aanaal Ineetmg of the The Rev Harrison Price Post Reflexes CAPE KENNEDY The Apollo 11 astronauts sharpened their reflexes for tor toe nominating committee session which took place in the basement of the Twelfth Street United Methodist Church Also present at the meeting were the retiring executive secretary Miss Elizabeth Bell and the newlyselected secretary Mrs Edward Showalter Charles Stevens in reporting takeoff emergencies in practice presented the names of the slate flying exercises today for next Proposed board members all weeks launch to the moon of whom were elected Included With blastoff only eight days were the for one away Neil A Armstrong Frederick Rohland Michael Collins and Edwin E Aldrin devoted their training Mann and Paul time to the most critical phases Mrs Charles Peoples For twoyear terms Raymond of the eightday lunar landing The Huntingdon County Pro bation Departments new pro gram for dealing with juveniles Guided Group InterReaction is destined to have an early work out At a session of Huntingdon County Juvenile Court yesterday afternoon Judge R Merle Heff ner directed that four Mount Union boys three 16 years of age and one 14 attend the school which will be under the guidance of the Pennsylvania Juvenile Court JudgesCommission Chief Probation Officer Ray mond A Holland said that classes probably will be held in Mount Union with Huntingdon area Juv eniles being among those under orders to attend GGI is a new technique in the field of juvenile probation work and it is expected to fill a real need In the Pennsylvania rehabllU taUoe program The four boys were in court Contd on Page 7 respectively of the committee Elected from the various areas within the school district were James F Ayers Barree Town on Page 2 over the a cold front which from Virginia to Monday and which moved to between Delaware to Nebraska today Monday nights turbulence occurred on edge of the front Heavy rains fell as three separate storms moved through the Plains Monday An area 10 miles southeast of Topekm Kan was drenched with 6J inches of rain A twister hit north Kansas City across the Missouri River Contd on Page 7 Mount Union School Directors Meet Elect Counselor Vice Print Mount Union Area school directors met last night in a special session to elect a hew vice principal a guidance counselor and an elementary teacher and to set guidelines for exonerations of per capita taxes Rov T Muckle Jr was ed from three candidates to replace James Stewart as vice principal Muckle formerly served at Charleroi Hlgii School In Charleroi Washington County flail i l r J as principal administration He received his degree from the INSIDE THE NEWS mission Mission Director George H Hage said the pilots training schedule was designed to give them a sure knowledge of the Mrs William C McHenry Mrs Albert O Swope and Arthur J Ritchey New threeyear board mem bers are Carl R Bruno Don basic normal flight plan and H Leffard Jack C Schock Mrs then prepare them for the C F English Mrs D Kenneth worst types of possible emer Brown and gencles ner Rejected to the board tor three years are David J Ann Landers 12 Classified ads 10 11 Comics1 9 Crossword 11 Editorial6 Society Club8 Sports 5 Miss Winifred Hawn CHAIRMEN NAMED At the completion of the elect Contd on Page 2 Monkey Dies After Journey In Space HONOLULU UPI Bonny Americas space monkey died early today after being brought back from orbit Monday on the ninth day of a scheduled monthlong mission to determine the physical effects of a long space voyage The terse National Aeronautemperature on the low side of tics and Space Administration the temperature limits statement said only that an But a NASA spokesman had extensive autopsy had been been optimistic that the mon started Immediately on the 14key suffered no injuries in pound ringtail monkey reentry or recovery The little space traveler died Charles Wilson project man In a specially constructed ager for NASAs Ames Re Intensive careunit moments search Laboratory in Sunny after midnight Hawaiian time vale Calif scheduled an The NASA announcement came afternoon news conference here Todays arenda called for all three pilots to practice their Smith and July 16 launch in a computer controlled command ship trai ner with engineers simulating various types of launch abort situations to prime the pilots for the unexpected At the launch pad six miles IVfl 11 from the training building CC1V technicians were preparing the rri mr towering Saturn 5 rocket and J Q IrCt il CW Its three moonship modules for the start of the long countdown at 8 pm EDT Thursday Armstrong Collins and Aldrin worked out in two spacecraft trainers Into the night Monday Contd on Page 10 Post Office Postmaster General WintonM Blount announced today that a contract has been awarded to build the new main post office at Mill Creek 17060 The building will be owned by Mr and Mrs Carl Updegrove AUensville 17002 who will lease tt to the Post Office Department for five years with renewal op tions running through 15 years It will be located at the north HARREBUHG Huntingdon 5kie of Main Street Preliminary estimates indicate that the initial Schools 7Qfl W f OF Area School District has been some 90 minutes later Bonny was taken from his space ship shortly after It splashed down In rainswept seas 25 miles Island of Kauai NASA scientists pulled him back 21 days early from space after he showed a deteriorating physical condition A lower body temperature was blamed a combination of low metabolism and a capsule project at 4 concerning the pm Experiment is Ended Wilson said the million north of the experiment was ended alter the monkey failed to respond to signals aboard the Biosatellite m space capsule His lack of response was interpreted to indicate sluggishness which If allowed to continue could have led to Contd on Page 3 paid in state funds investment in the project will for part of the cost of special total approximately classes for handicapped pupils The onestory building will be conducted in its schools in the airconditioned and will offer 196768 school year according more working room than the to the State Department of Pun present building It will have 864 lie instruction feet of interior space This school district provided compared with a total of 260 for the handicapped square feet in present quarters all oi them for mentally re in the present building tarded pupils in both elementary The new post office is expected and high school grades In the to De completed six months after indicated school year the plans are approved Space to A total of had pre the building at Valley and Main viously been paid to three other Street will then be abandoned fcr on Page 7 mstai purposes MRS E G SHOWALTER Executive Secretary Appointed Mrs Edward G Delma Sbo walter of 2736 Warm Springs Road Huntingdon has assumed her duties as executive secretary of the Huntingdon Chapter of the American Red Cross Mrs Sho walter who began her fulltime employment on July 1 succeeds Miss Elizabeth Bell who retired June 30after 17 years in the RC post The new executive secretary is a native of Mapleton having attended elementary school there She was graduated from Mount Union High Schooland attended Huntingdon Secretarial School Mrs Showalters most recent employment was in the office of the State Correctional Institution She is a member of the Twelfth Street United Methodist Church belongs to the Worn ens Auxiliary to the J C Blair Memorial Hospital and the Ladies Auxiliary to the Frank PHommonPostNo 24 American Legion of Hunting don Contd on Page 3 Hileinans New Action Is Denied Ronald Lee Rile man of Sal ttllb has suffered another set back in his attempt to bring a damage suit against District Attorney Newton C Tay lor and State Trooper Carl F Regitz The Hon Frederick V Foil mer senior judge US District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania filed an order on July 3 denying Hilemans mot Ion to file an amended complaint in his proposed suit The high courts memorandum and order were received in Hunt ingdon Saturday Hileman now in Huntingdon County Jail awaiting disposition of two charges originally filed his complaint under the Civil Rights Act seeking in real and In punitive damages against Taylor and Reg itz Judge Follmer dismissed the first complaint and then Hile man quickly took action to amend his original complaint The district court judges memorandum follows By orandum and order dated May 27 1969 leave to proceed in forma pauperls was denied andthe com plaint was dismissed By letter to this court dated May 29 1969 plaintiff asked if he amend his complaint to remove the defi ciencies pointed out in this courts memorandum Plaintiff was informed that the court was unable to give an opinion 4f to whether an amended complaint would be accepted and the instant motion appears to be an attempt Contd on Page7 earned his undergraduate degree from California State College New guidance counselor at Mount Union is James Harvey Hughey He has thirteen years experience as an elementary junior high and senior high school art Instructor Hughey formerly held several positions at ofstate schools Directors also voted to hire Mrs Lois Hughey the new guid ance counselors wife as an el ementary teacher Mrs Hughey has been teaching for 14 years Melvin McCorkle supervising principal then reported that all vacancies In the Mount Union school district were filled How ever he added that he antici pated a halfday vacancy in the positionof kindergarten teacher but someone was available to fill the vacancy The directors also set girid lines for exonerating per cap ita taxes In the district effec tive for one year The guld lines are as follows That any property owner who has a combined husband and wife income of or more per month will NOT be exonerated from paying per capita taxes unless unusual circumstances are brought to the attention of the Board of School Directors That any person who is hot Contd on Page iman visiting in be arrested on charges of burglary and larceny as the re sult of the shattering of a large plate glass window at the G C Murphy Company Store on Wash ington Street early this morning Huntingdon Borough Police said the charges will bej filed against David Junior Parrish 20 of 2020 West Turner Street Philadelphia Parrish was taken into custody on Washington Street following a brief scuffle with Patrolman Willis Sneath the arresting of fleer Parris was arrainged first on disorderly conduct charge until the investigation of the burglary got started Sneath said that police received a report at am that a brick had been hurled through the Mur phy window As Sneath rounded the corner at and Wash ingdon Streets in the cruiser he saw a man take off across Washington Street with a radio under his arm The officer gave chase on foot through an alley at the Vogue Shop Theofficer lost tract of the at Mifflin Street alerted Sgt John Cum mins who was in a second cruiser and was furnished a description of the fugitive A short time later Sneath was informed by Cummins that the suspect was under sur Contd on Page io First US Troops Are Heading Home SAIGON withdrawal of GIs from Americas longest war began today Their Vietnam commander told the vanguard of 814 homebound troopers You occupy asignificant moment THE WEATHER Cloudy today and tonight with a chance of occasional rain or showers High upper 60s to mid 70s Low tonight in the 60s Variable cloudiness warm and humid with chance of showers Wednesday High mid 70s to low 80sThursday continued warm and humid with showers likely Mount Union Lad Requires Patterning A threeyearold Mount Union lad the victim of brain damage needs the support of area residents if be is to be as sured of the patterning processes so vital to the brain imaged He is Christopher Flasher son of Mr and Mrs C lair Flash er in history Pretty South Vietnamese girls waved signs reading We will never forget you as nine big C141 jet transports carrying the men rumbled down the runway at Tan Son Nhut Air Base for the 18hour flight home I didnt really get the feeling In my heart that we were leaving until we got io the airport said Spec5 Washing ton Clemens 21 of Baltimore Helicopters brought them from a Mekong Delta base camp Stood Through Cere many Clemons and his buddies in the 3rd Battalion 60th Infantry 2nd Brigade 9th Infantry Division stood at attention through two hours of ceremony before lugging their begs Jr of S Washington Street aboard the silver transports for Contd on Page 7 the flight to McChord Air Force Base Wash This is only the President Nguyen Van Thieu of South Vietnam told them We shall nave less and less to demand the supreme sacrifi ces in blood and human live from Allied nations In this freedom The battalion was the van guard of 25000 US troops to be pulled out by the end of August under President Nixons withdrawal by the Communists In Paris as a token pullbut and by critics home as not enough All of the men who n today had completed at least 10 months In Vietnam aad were due out after 12 They left in clean Jungle fatigws their boots flecked with delta mud Confd on Pare 2   

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