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   Daily News (Newspaper) - August 26, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                CLASSIFIED ADS JHAI MISS CLASSIFIED 6434040 or 5424641 State Library Education Building Pa 17126 OL 4ft ER COPY HUNTINGDON and M6UNT UNION TUESDAY AUGUST 26 1969 FHONE 64340 io NO 177 s VIoilllt Union Area Greenwood Park To Be litti rant v or The Mount Union Area School Board last night supported the Work Study Program for vocational education and ade final preparations prior to the opening of school on Sep tember 3 Huntingdon County Superin tendent of Schools Donald Miller outlined the cooperative work study plan which permits students to attend school onehalf day and work in an Industry at a mini mum wage for a half day Fed eral funds are available for this program and the only obligation to the Mount Union board will be for inkihd costs HARRISBURG With a new Directors also went on record trihce and princessGordon D noting Bible reading and prayer purely Mount Funds Are Not rrange Has Vew Prince i Princess will be permitted on a voluntary basis in the Union Area Schools Mrs Bertha Knable was hired as head cook at the Shirley Town ship cafeteria due to the resig nation of Mrs Betty Smith Elect ed to the position of cafeteria helper to replace Mrs Knable in the high school cafeteria was the project has an allocation of is seeking for injuries Jr Corry and Nancy P Althouse Fleetwood RD3 17 the Pennsylvania State Jrange was embarked on an en arged youthprogram today fol owing the annual youth camp ver the weekend Aug 2224 Lt Mt Tyrol near Mount Union Elected by fellow campers and Miss Althouse suc eed Arthur Zug West Chester md Miss Sylvia Paden NewCas le who aided In a coronation eremony The new youth lead ers during the ensuing year will lelp to promote Grange work unong rural and suburban young aeople They will represent Pennsylvania youth at the state 3range convention October 27 JO at Lewistown and at the 1970 National Grange Convention Miss Althouse daughter of Mr ind Mrs Harold T Althouse a member of youth commit iee in Fleetwood Grange 1839 indisa graduate of Fleetwood Area High School She is en rolled as a first year student it Immaculata College nit j i Fraiick son of Mir and Mrs Body Is Discovered By StepFather 3 D Fraiick Sr is master rf Sparta Grange 110 at Spart insburg A senior atCorryArea High School he is preparing for HARRISBURG James D Lo gan executive director of the General State today announced bids for construction of camping area improvements at Greenwood Furnace State Park Jackson Township are scheduled tobe received at the 1 General state Authority ll quarters Eighteenth and Herr Streets Harrisburg onOctober 1 at 1 pm This project will be located in and adjacent to exist ing camping facllitlesln the park Work plans InvolveTenovatlng of the existing water distribution The first case to be tried at system by replacing water mains the September Term of Hunting and lateralsCamping area units jon County Civil Court was sched will be constructed Including uieci to go to the Jury today paved roads and parking spurs Testimony In the case started One story washhouses will be after the noon recess yester bullt of concrete block and frame fayt the opening day of the ses rThey will contain showers lavasion Judge R Merle Heffner tpries electric space heaters is presiding laundry trays and drinkingfoun The case William I Young T ix u r tains vs Rlta Awkerman in Kopechne lase Designed by Nassaux Hems result of an auto ley Kohler Associates 309 dent In Fulton Countynear Up Trust Building Chambersburg ton on Dec 2 1964 Young Special Being Heard T nT By jurors Gontinue In j V In District Special meetings and recessed sessions are still In force at Junlata Valley as members of the school districts board of edu cation and administrative personnel seek to ready the schools for the opening of the new term Mrs Mary L Grove of Shirleys burg BUS INCREASE The board approved a ten per centdaily contract bus rate In crease A request will be made by the school district to the Department for reimbursement of this increase Mrs Mary Puchalla wasgiven an automobile contract to trans port kindergarten children to their homes in Ryde The two vacancies In the elem schools were filled with the election of Mrs Barbara Jen son Whitsel of Mount Union grad Contd on Page 5 and is scheduled for completion by September 23 1970 INSIDE THE JNEWS Ann Landers 7 Classified Ads 10 li Comics 9 Crossword 11 Counselors Corner 7 Editorials 6 Obituaries 2 Society Club 8 Sports 4 he received Young claims that Mrs Awk erman gave him a car to use knowing that the power steering was defective In the accident Young suffered a severe blow when his head hit the windshield of the vehicle Hestill suffers severe headaches and is under a doctors care Witnesses yesterday included Dr S Anthony Tukanowicz Johnstown neurosurgeoh Dr Frederic H Steele Huntingdon Physician and Young Mrs Awkerman is repre sented by Attorneys Morris M Terrizzi and Joseph W Mullln While Youngs lawyer Is Attorney M B DeForrest v The Jury of five men and seven Contd on Page 3 Judge Has Request Under Study 1 i WILKESBARRE Pa UPI Judge Bernard Brominski of Luzerne County Court took un der advisement Monday a re quest to deny Massachusetts au thorities permission to exhume the body of Mary Jo Kopechne for an autopsy The judge said it would be at least 48 hour before he ruled on the request by the parents of Miss Kopechne The 28year old blonde died July 18 when Sen Edward M Kennedys car plunged into a tidal pond on bhappaquiddick Island T he cause of death was listed as drowning Mr and Mrs Joseph Kopech The board met in regular ses slon last evening In the cafe torlum of the juniorsenior high school with all members of the Juniata Valley School Building Authority present as well as ad ministrators Amos D Meyers supervising principal and board secretary Mary Jo Price A number of teachers and citizens attended SEEKS ALTERNATIVE An alternative investigation concerning vocational education was moved by director Paul Rein DOTTI S THOMAS County Fire Queen First hart following discussion about TTiV the work study II I U II program being proposed by County Superintendent of Schools Huntlngdon countys attractive Donald Miller throughout the Flremens Queen MiSSDottlSue county Thomas placed first runnerup The cooperative program for lnthe central District Firemens vocational training brainchild of Assoclation competition at Hum the Huntingdon County Board of mels Wharf on Friday August 22 school directors would provide The Wonde brown halfday of class instructionandeyed pretty petlte pounty halfday of onrtheJob trainingfor queenlsa senlor at southern participants The only cost to Huntingdon County High School the Junlata Valley School Dls EndOfWar Windfall Evaporates SAN CLEMENTE Calif UPI The Nixon administra tion has discovered that a UlUon windfall expected to available for federal domestic programs when the Vietnam War ends has evaporated Dr Daniel P Moynihan President Nixons assistant for urban affairs said an economic forecast released last January is hot realistic and new studies show the money just wont be there Moynihan apparently referred to a report prepared by former President Lyndon B Johnsons administration but issued by the Nixon administration in early January The billion figure was given as a peace and growtl dividend on Jan 23 1969 by the Cabinet Coordinating Com mittee on Economic Planning for the end of Vietnam Receives BadNews Nixon met Monday with Contd on Page 3 the Confd on Page 5 which opened its door for classes this morning Enrolled in the business curri culum Miss Thomas is a major ette and member of the Rocket Federal Okay Given State Plan The body of a 39yearold Altoona man who drowned in the Rays town Branch on Sunday afternoon yesterday by the victims It was Woodrow Wilson Conn 56 of 216 Sixth Avenue Juniata Altoona who first sighted the body of Thomas Jefferson Rut ledge 715 Nineteenth Street Al toona In the stream yesterday Rutledge was within 20 feet Firemen Are Called For Brush Blaze 5th Storm Develops MIAMI UPI Eve Joined the seasons list of tropical storms Monday night leaving weathermen little time to recover from killer Hurricane Camille The seasons fifth tropical blow formed from a depression Huntingdon that sent heavy swells onto called Monday afternoon to the beaches in the Northern BahaRobert Clark property Just south mas Monday At midnight Eve of Center Union to help exting was located near latitude 301 uish a brush fire that flared out north longitude 749 west orof control about 410 miles east of Jacksonville Fla The fire was at the site of The storm was drifting easta new golf course that Is being ward and was expected to make built Brush and an old wooden a slow turn to the northeast or fence were being burned when Hits Mttdh Of Nation The heat wave which sent temperatures above thecentury mark lor the second successive day in Montana Monday continued in much of the nation today The Southern Plains had of the spot where he was last a second day of torrential rain didnt member of the chorus and sings iiT notified that its plans to Kthe Clones a 13 Attorney Joseph M Flanagan representing the Kopechne s ar gued that Dlst Atty Edmund of nine girls Planning to become an airline hostess following her graduation from school Miss Thomas hob formation state owned colleges and Indi but additional in needed on when firemen were north today Eve made its debut with winds ranging upward to 60 miles an hour near the center with gale force winds extending 125 miles to the east The National Hurricane Center said Eve is expected to build toward hurricane torce later to day Eves predecessor Hurricane Debbie was dying far to the hprtti over subArctic waters as the new storm was brewing in the temperate seas near the Flor ida coast Contd on Page 5 the fire got out of control Assistant Fire Chief Gilbert Mountain said there was no dam age Water from booster lines and portable pumps was used by firemen to bring the blaze under control The No 1 pumper the No 2 No 1 service trucks and one ambulance were dispatched to the scene when the sirens sounded at pm The site is about five miles north of Huntingdon along Route 26 seen floating down the Branch face down In the water Scuba divers pulled the Al toonans body from the stream He was in less than three feet of water about10 feet from the left west bank of the stream His body was held there by some weeds and grass He was still face downclothed only In a pair of shorts The mans stepfather Conn came to the area yesterday and was directed by State Trooper Joseph ZanettI Jr to the spot where Rutledge was lastseen In the water Conn surveyed the area for a time and then at saw what he believed was Rutledges body He summoned Trooper ZanettI who in turn called scuba divers Four divers Charles Cloyd Booher 36 Mount Union Robert Eugene Knable 32 Newton Ham ilton and Lee James Broast 35 Altoona arrived on the scene in a short time and at brought Contd on Page 3 Cooler temperatures were limited to the Northwest New England and Upper Michigan In the Atlantic 400 miles off the coast the winds intropical storm the hurricane seasons were intensifying and the storm a fiill today Contd onPage 5 2 Young Men Arrested In 3 Burglaries Two young men Rodney Shields 20 Vandevender Street Mount Union and Ronald Grove 19 Germany Valley Mount R D were charged with burglarizing three Tnera Shirley Township hunting camps ly by tropical depression east of the Lesser Antilles in the Carlb apprehension of the pair bean to determine whether it too will develop Into a tropical storm with the governors Tax Study Commission next week to cuss ways of raising about million in state revenues The six lawmakers three Re publicans and three crats conferred Monday in an effort to resolve the budget stalemate but managed to agree on only one point To meet again on Sept 3 The commission was created by Goy Raymond P Shafer when he took office In 1967 It submitted a lengthy report on spending and taxes but its rec ommendations have been large the General As horseback riding1 and singing She attends the Saltillo United Methodist Church Miss Thomas won the County Fire Queens title In competl tlon held at Shade Gap during the recent Huntingdon County Firemens Association con ventloh as representative of the Three Springs Volunteer Fire Company She lost the Central District competition title by a heartbreak er one point Winning the crown was Miss Beverly Elswert 19 of Selins grove R D 2 a representative Contd on Page 3 is State Education Secretary Da vid H Kurtzman disclosed the federal reaction to its plan at a news conference late Monday at which he denied published story that the plan had been rejected by federal authorities Troopers said that Mount Union sentbly borough police officers assisted The conferees hope to achieve common ground on tide tax Shields and Groveare charged question so that specific propos with looting the Mount Union aig can be submitted to their h mi h H Rod and Gun CIub the James respective caucuses when the Hobart WilHams Camp and the Komango fullGeneral Assembly resumes Camp all in the Licking Creek deliberations on Sept 8 than an inch in six hours late legislature began a Monday Qn black Log Mountaln Road the burglars took a 22 calibre rifle An inventory has THE WEATHER At road Warrensburg NJf rail employes flagged down a 70car Delaware Hudson freight train to keep it from rolling onto a roadbed washed out by a Monday thunderstorm not bfien i determine addi At the Williams camp also When summer recess in late July it left behind a revenue gap esO mated at between million and million tor the current fiscal year The bulk of the det ictt involves funds for state owned staterelated and state Partly cloudy and warm to day with a few widely scat tered thundershowers The high in the mid to upper 80s Fair and mild tonight The low in the 50s Mostlysun ny and pleasant Wednesday High in the upper 70s to near 80s Thursday sunny and pleasant director of the Office for Civil Rights of the US Health Edur cation and Welfare Department following publication of the story in which Panetta said the federal reaction to the plan had been misinterpreted What may have been amis understanding is that we ex pected only an outline plan from the state as an initial working document Panetta said He said the plan gives every indication of providing a fuller educational experience to students at the state colleges Kurtzman was asked when the finalplan is submit ted within 90 days it contain not only what will be done but when It will be accomplished and who will be responsible for Cohtd on Page 3 TF u OHXH3WA j evening Ioc3ited on Black Log Mountain aided hospitals and universities Road wine was stolen while at PoUowing to Virginia and I along tte Gull Komango Campj located on Lick Senate Coast the search for victims of Contd on Page 3 Creek Drive Contd on Page 3 Legislation Makes Life Unbearable North Ireland Is Aroused Over Act PHILADELPHIA UPI Bernadette Devlins head was barely visible over the lectern here Monday night when she explained the Special Powers Act of Northern Ireland makes life for her people unbearable Mondays meeting pro tempore Fleming FUAUe gheny reported glumly have come to no agreement at all None of the conferees found any substantial support for Shafers proposal that the state enact its first personal Income tax Contd on Page 3 SHORTCUT from the basement It really wasnt planned this way The truck was being used to help dig a hole in a street at Vitoria Spain Things got out of hand however with this embarrassing result Nobody was hurt in the accident The ifoot member of British Parliament scheduled to meet with UN Secretary General U Thant at New York today told a Sheraton Hotel ballroom crowd of 3000 the 1922 legisla tion among other things arrest without warning imprisonment out trial police to enter and search homes at will prisoners to rbe flogged prisoners to an swer questions If they remain silent Miss Devlin says they may be charged with the ultl mate offense in question Red Cross Joins In Monetary Aid Program Mount Union and Hunt In g donChapters of the American access of relatives Red Cross have been asked to to prisoners cooperate in providing funds for the arrest of per those persons whose homes were sons allegedly prejudicial to destroyed when Hurricane Cam peace in Northern Ireland Packing winds to 150 miles the minister of an hourstruck the Mississippi home affairs to pass legislation Gulf Coast August 17 creating new crimes The two chapters have been Recently she sail it became assessed an amount of approxl a crime to call any organlza mately Contd on Page 3 Contd on Page 3 Citizens Request Answers By Board An agenda from the Juniata Valley Citizens Committee seek ing answers to questions concerning reinstitution of the ele mentary guidance program at Juniata Valley was brought to the regular board meeting of the JV school directors last evening Speaking for the citizens was executive committee member to have lneleraflni from Spruce Creek E Dean ary guidance Mrs Charlotte Nelson Carman speak at a public meet Nelson presented a number ing in Juniata Valley district of items on Inquiry withaser The second series of quest ies of questions pertaining to ions concerned the rumored each item which he addressed surplus of school mon to Board President Dr HWil ies from the 196869 fiscal year Ilara Stewart for answers Responding to mis Supervis The first area of concern was ing principalAmos Meyers re the belief of citizens that sen pued that the only such sum of ool directors had been too hasty which he knew was In in removing the program deny vested temporarily but implied ing citizens a vofce m the quest that it would be needed inSepU ion and the succeeding probember to begin paying regular lem of getting a dialogue started blUs Board members con between board mepbers and citi firmed It was pointed out by Mey Steward answered that there ers however that the sureway was no Intention at that mom ot knowing what ftmda dW ent to reinstate theprogram exist the total fiscal picture but that a request had been made Contd on Page 3 to the Department ofEducation   

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