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Daily News (Newspaper) - August 30, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania education MORE MEN FOR THE MOON Charles Conrad Jr Apollo 12 November 1969 James A LovellJr Apollo 13 March 1970 Alan B Shetrard Apollo 14 July 1970 In a rapid followup to Apollo 11 three more landings on the moon are set for within the next year Apoffo 12 this November commanded by Charles Conrad Jr landing on the Ocean of Storms Apollo 13 next March commanded by James A LoYell Jr land ing on the flat highlands north of the Sea of Clouds Apoiio 14 next July commanded by Alan B Shepard landing near craterBode in the Seething Boy The flight com and Lovell missionsr and LoYeirmdae jirtfundherrno6nwffh Apollo Shepard made the first manned test of the onemanMercury capsule sub orbital flight on May 5 1961 VOL 48 HUNTINGDON and MOUNT UNION SATURDAY AUGUST 30 1969 NO 181 Syrians Hold Six Israelis From Hijacked US Plane V Mount Union Red Cross Needs Robert Painter chairman of the Mount Union Chapter of the American Red Cross noted that careful on the scenes estimates show damage fromHurricaneCa mllle to be much worse than the first appraisal according to a telegram received from the na tional headquarters Painter stated the disaster quota for Mount Union has been set at Funds collected will be used for these persons whose homes were destroyed when Ca mille struck the Mis Gulf Coast and Virginia arid West Virginia Approximately 69000 families have suffered losses Total Red Cross relief for vie tims of Hurricane Caraille are expected to rise to at least 15 million dollars The American people are ex pressing a heartfelt concern for the hurricane victims Requests for serving as Red Cross yot unteers have been expressed na tionwide and as far away as Tor onto Canada This spirit of caring is exemplary Painter in his appeal to the citizens of the Mount Union Reid Cross Chapter area to help these persons who have lost their homes and all possessions said an all out effort has begun to Contd on Page For Work In Corrections Field Rodli Given Top Association Award President Will Be Speaker Teachers testing Meeting This Thursday September 4 Region 5 of the Pennsylvania ite Retired Teachers Ass Delation will hold its annual meeting the Bethel Presbyterian Church three miles east of Peters on the PetersburgNefFs Mills road All retired teachers of a six aunty area are invited to At noon a turkey dinnerwill eeiing which will be presided be served by the women of the er by Miss Sylvia M Breth church Since provision must be Clearfield who is the presmade fcr aU diners reservations t regional director Region dinner shouid made is comprised of Snyder Cen at once the President of r Cleariield MiifUn Blair Huntingdon County Branch d Huntingdon Counties of pgRTA William G Miller Highlight of me meeting win OTMount Union or with Mrs an address by Mrs Wlni George Mullen of R D 1 d Isaacs of Folcroft who is Huntingdon secretary of the lo e present stata president of cal branch Pennsylvania Retired Teach Affer me wm la ner address at the spend some time considering the orafcg session Mrs Isaacs will provisions afforded retirees in itline some of the proposed islaaon affecting retired Contd on Page chers Another feature of the session wfli be a report of 732 Accidents Are Investigated lie nominating committee chair Merchants Set Autumn Fashion Show Huntingdon Retail Merchants have planned a first for the Huntingdon Community a fall fashion show This event open to the publfc free of charge will take place Wednesday evening Septem ber 10 at oclock in the Elks Home Third and Peon Streets A spokesman for the re tail merchants has noted thatmost of the stores will be partici pating in the showing of the latest in wearing apparel for men women and children Since this is a family show everyone has been invited to at tend1 There will be fashions to see entertainment sure to please and fun for everyone Chet Isett chairman fall fashion preview has noted Contd OQ Page 2V Turtle Saga Confirmed By Seaman LOS ANGELES hardtobelieve saga of Chung Nam Kim rescued by a turtle was backed up Friday by the Swedish sailors him at sea The sliin Korean sailor arrived at Los Angeles Harbor aboard the Citadel as skeptical newsmen and turtle enthusiasts gathered at docks ide Grinning and wayingjiappily Kim shouted answers through a translator from the rail of the frighter as newsmen jostled below o Kim said he fell off a LJberian ship off Nicaragua after having a few drinks He said he thought he was a goner until he felt an object iri the water at his side and discov ered it was a turtle Contd on Page 2 Two Arab Commandos Take Plane DAMASCUS Syria Syria today detained six Israelis aboard a hijacked Gilbert Rodli of Raystown Dam Huntingdon R D 1 the pres Trans World Airlines but ident of the John R Waid Company of Huntingdon has been given high recognition by the American Correctional Association The honorthe Edward RCass Award was presented to the Huntingdon man during the annual dinner of the association held in Minneapolis Minn The citation accompanying the award read The E R Cass Committee selected Gib Rodli as one of the recipients of the award for his outstanding contributions over many years to the ACA and the general cause of corrections For several years Gib has been on the ft nance committee for the ACA and is its current chairman He has served on many sur vey teams around the country helping local jurisdictions solve some of their problems during times of tension Jfb is a long time friend of ACA arid has been a financial contributor to the organization In time of need he is highly re garded as a friend and confident JLjlOllS of many of our ACA member ships It is with extreme pleasure that we recommend Gib Rodli as a selectee for the coveted E R Cass Award for theyear 1969 Ellis MacDougall associa tion president made the award looted Lecturer GILBERT RODLI To Sponsor Bloodmobile Five area Lions clubs will to release the planes 107 other passengers and crew later In the day Officials said the Israelis four men and two women will be held for the time The others will be flown to Beirut Lebanon from where they could travel to any country of their choice except Israel the officials said Two Arab commandos forced the Boeing 707 to fly to Damascus while it was heading from Rome to Athens Friday After the jet landed the 17 rp guerrillas blew up the cockpit IVOVelCS JL O and nose assembly Syrian officials said there were no injuries The hijackers a woman identified as Shadia Abou Ghazala a Ye mini and a man identified only as an Algerian were escorted from the airport DrImre of Pittsburgh by police and kept in custody noted will be the prIn Draws Condemnation clpal speaker at the inservice The hijacking first seizure of session professional person a US airliner outside the nel of lhe Junlata Valley School Western Hemisphere drew Dtetrlct on Tuesday September condemnation from of State William P Rogers and DrKovacs was educated in Contd on Page 2 Hangar yG ermany DR IMRE KOVACS Speak At JY On Tuesday presented in hqnor ofEdward join efforts in sponsoring the visit bloodmobile from the THE WEATHER emeritus Contd on Page 2 Dist Justice Nominees To Attend Meet of the Johnstown Regional Blood Cen ter Headquarters for the collec tion will be the Huntingdon Com m unity Center between the hours of 12 noon and 6 pjn Currently Lions from clubs at Huntingdon Captain Jack of Mill Roumania and Serbia HQ com pleted his training at Yale Uni versify Lancaster Seminary and the Juilliard School of Music Kovacs has addressed over persons InAmerican Sunny and warm Saturday coriimunlties coastto coast bw and again Sunday High in eluding an audience of twenty the mid to upper 80s Fair five thousand in Madison Square and warm tonight Low in Garden He will address the the 60s except the mid 50s group at Junlata Valley on the subject New Education a New America CContdon Page 2 In mountain valleys Mon day partly cloudy continued warm and humid Candidates for the office of Creek Woodcock Valley Juniata from House Ethics Committee Valley and Stone Creek Valley are seeking prospective donors Serving as general chair man of justice in Huntingdon solicitations for the Lions is County have been asked to at Blaire O Kagarise Carl R tend a meeting Tuesday evening Bruno is blood chairman for the September 9 in the conference Huntingdon Chapter of the Amer room of the Huntingdon County ican Red Cross Courthouse beginning at sBlood has innumerable medical HARRISBURG UPI House Ethics Committee Is expected Fineman Ruling Is Due In Two Weeks o clock uses since blood is needed to to decide within two weeks whether Speaker Herbert Fineman were sustain life a patient was given 1000 shares in an autotruck import corporation In of this forthcoming is unable to manufacture blood exchange for engineering passage of legislation that would permit sufficient quantity or is firms vehicles on state roads r News Will Publish A regular edition ipf The Daily News will be published on Monday September 1 Because of the Labor DayripjU iday the paper will bepublished on a Saturday meeting during a session Fri day at the courthouse Gordon Hayerstbck presided and Judge R Merle Heffner was present to discuss the agenda for the September 9 meeting In addition Judge Heffner gave details related to the courts the illness of the di rectortot veterans affairs Homer Wear of Orbisonia ser iVlce officers of the various Le gionand Veterans of Foreign WarPosts in the area have volunteered to handle the Viet riam Iwnus applications and where will assist in the fill Ing out of ttiese for ms will be available after Contd on Page 10 INSIDE THE NEWS Ann Landers 7 Classified Ads 10 IV Comics 9 Crossword 11 Obituaries 2 Church Page 3 Society t Club 7 8 This was denied unequivov cally arid categorlally by Fine man during a sevenhour hear ing by the committeeon Fri day The hearing was requested by the Philadelphia Democrat after a story appeared in the Aug 3 edition of the Philadelphia Bul letin contending Fineman re ceived 1000 shares of stock in Subaru ot America Inc in ex change for agreeing to sit on its boardof directors Paul F Levy author of the Bulletinarticle said that inin terviews Fineman had told him he accepted the Subaru stock at the time he joined the board and that he agreed to push for the legislation at the time he joined the board Fineman however testified that he joined the board Jan uary 1968 accepted the stock in October 1968 andsoughtthe legislation in January 1969 only after satisfying himself that it would not be adverse to Contd on Page 2 Miss Elizabeth Morrow of lie College wita subsequent lection of regional officers Format Planned For ports Day I Monday promises to be a big ly In the borough with the first Inual Sports Day M Hunting scheduled All plans have en finalized and only the itherraans cooperation is eded to make it s success IA parade fourdiamondgames licken barbeque and teen dance included among the Labor y festivities Robert Fultz I chairman of the program com iee The day is being sored by the four summer nond leagues and each will featured in an exhibltiohgame ing the day The Huntingdon Little League fSars face BeUwood at U Contd on Page 2 Loss In 1968 s County Traffic Mishaps JL September 2 Commissioners Application Acceptance Date Is Sept 15 have already arranged to deliver To Mail of applica to the various points in Cbntd on Page 2 Figures released today by the Pennsylvania Bureau of Traffic Safety show that the pocketbooks of Huntingdon County were hit to the tune of 31860000 as the result of traffic accidents occurring within the countylast year The sum represents the tributJon made by Huntingdon 238 nonfatal accidents and 481 Countfans to the staggering property damage aceidents 582599000 all M 1968 there were 15 deaths were out of pocket as he recompared to 18 deaths in 1967 suit of traffic accidents the Last years fatalities result Commonwealth during 1968 ed from cost Harry H Brainerd cpntd5Jeu sioner of traffic safety report mere weire 370 persons in corded in Huntingdon County dur Qf the 48l property ingV 1968 a 6i8 per cent Jftptbrv crease over1967 when685 clients at In a complete grirnr statistics the 732 traffic accidents Corfu Brilnerd said1 should missioner Brainerdreportedthat courage aU citizens of Hunting there were 13 fatal accidents don County as wellas motor r SAN C a 1 i f Shir ley Temple Black who asravcurly haired moppet stolethe hearts o f millionsof ionera moviegoers was appointed to the US delegation Nations Friday by ists throughout Pennsylvania to exercise greater caution oh the highways during the remaflider pi 1969 and in the years ahead the sanie time the safety official commended afea motor ists and pedestrians fortheir efforts in 1968 to make possible a statewide death rate 6f 43 deaths pier 100 million miles of travel comfared to a 44 death The al death rate in 1968was 5i5 j Irving WTjaUey thesameasVinUge DIs ji i rtrictwjsichjincludes Huntingdon County wasaLso named to the delegation by the President now 40 and a uburbairM N orthern C aliforn la L house wife active in Republican politics was one of five persons named as this nations principal representatives to the next UN Contd on Page 2 Temple Doe licenses On Nov 10 In UN Huntingdon County Richard E Kidd announced today that the statewide acceptancedate for 1969 antlerless deer license applications is Monday September 15 The county official was tained even though las imotbris Jiraveisd whenf they drove 53387000000 miles Brainerd said adding Contd on Page 2 ITA4A 3U11 t issuingthe licenseson Monday applications Kidd will return November c10 Dates for the the applications and funds to the 1969 doe season are December sender 15 and 16 Kidd said he will accept no County than sixapplications tor doe state operate the framelicenses from one party who is work general rules agreed Pplyfag for licenses for others to by their state association Tne same Is true for mail orders the Pennsylvania Revenue De no than envelope partment and the Pennsylvania The cost of an antlerless deer Game Commission llcelse is SJ5 and can be issued Kidd said today that he will onjv a holder acurrent accept doe licenke applications valid nonresident or by mail or over the counterallen huntinglicense If the The county has been allocated antlerless license is to be mailed 9600 doe licenses this year and the remittance should include an oeasur the applications twill filled by additional twelve cents for post issue ai mail on November 10 In case there is an excess number of Issued an antlerless deer license this year before November 15 Each application for an ant lerless deer license must show 196970 hunting license num per Kidd prefers that en velopes containing applications je marked Antlerless Deer Ap plications or Doe Appli cations as well as the Dumber applications in the en r Application forms are avail able from anyllcense issuing a treasurer or the Pennsylvania An antlerless deer license Is valid only i n f the county In vhich Itls issued Only county Ireasurers are authorized to tissue antlerless licenses Non residents may not be i fContd on Page 2
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