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   Daily News (Newspaper) - September 2, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                CLASSIFIED ADS DIAL MISS CLASSIFIED 6434040 or 5424641 MVvNVv v brary Building 17126 VOL48 NWKCEHTS VEX COPY HUNTINGDON ami MOUNT UNION TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 2 1969 PHONE 6434040 NO 183 Arctic Ocean IAY m OILFIELDS ij PROPOSED ALASKA NORTHWEST PASSAGE A legend for centuries Hie route across the top of North Americais at last opening to commercial traffic The 115000ton ranker Manhattan is the pioneer making a 10000 mile threemonth trip from Chester Pa to Alaskas new oil fields After a stop at Hali fax Nova Scotia theManhatfan picks up a US icebreaker 1 off Greenland and a few days later a Canadian icebreaker 2 as escorts to Prudhoe Bay Alaska If the voyage is a success oil from the Alaskan fields possibly the continents largest may be moVed by the northwest route to the East Coast West Coast would be served by o proposed pipeline running 500 miles across Aloska to Voider Hudson Bay CANADA UNITED STATES I HALIFAX Atlantic Ocean PROPOSED ROUTE US Warplanes Use Napalm x JL To Break Red Base Camp Libya Is Mother Of 4 Dies Of Gunshot Wound Of Head Quiet Under New Regime For Their Part In Collision Navy Charges Two Officers Of Evans With Negligence Al Ray stow n Dam Woman Is Saved From Drowning A Tyrone young woman narrow missed drowning in the Rays wn Dam on Labor Day Harry Redline of Huntingdon lD 1 a Pennsylvania Fish Com ilssion security officer today is creditedwith saving the life of 23yearold Toni Primas a dau ghter of Mr and Mrs Theodore Primas of 317 Washington Ave nue Tyrone Sept 10 at Subic Bay Charges Very Serious The charges against Cmdr McLemore and Lt J4J Ramsey are obviously very Miss Primas swimming along serioust ones and trial by isrtheiproper opped from sight about 4 pm way of determining their guilt or innocence the Navy said Conviction on the negligence charges would mean two years at hard labor dismissal from SUBIC BAY Philippines UPI The U S Navy today ordered the courtmartial of the captain and deck officer of the destroyer Frank E Evans on charges of negligence and dereliction of duty The Evans was sunk in a collision with an Australian aircraft carrier with the loss of 74 American lives The Australian aircraft car rier Melbourne sliced the Evans in two June 3 during maneuvers in the South China Sea A Navy announcement said Cmdr 40 of Vallejo Calif the Evans captain and Lt Ronald C Ramsey 24 of Long Beach Calif its officer of the deck at the time would begin about TUNIS Tvuusia byas onedayold militaryre gime today ordered citizens of Us new Socialist republic to respect foreigners and protect their possessions The order broadcast by Libya Radio and monitored here indicated the Libya army officers who seized power in a bloodless coup Monday do not want to do anything to upset revenueproducing agreements with Western oil companies It also was seen by some Western observers as an indication no immediate move was planned against the air base fcf Wheelus biggest US military installation in North Trucker Quizzed In Former Wifes Death Delay Of Inquest Is Unlikely the courtmartial of Albert S McLemore collision occurred before dawn The severed bow section of the destroyer sank killing 74 men A joint USAustralian Board of Inquiry found the Evans primarily responsible lor the tragedy after a sixweek investigation in June and July The Australian navy absolved Conf d on Page 3 The discovery of oil in Libya 10 years ago changed the kingdom on the Mediterranean coast of North Africa from one of the worlds poorest countries into one of the more potentially prosperous Operations Normal In Los Angeles a spokesman for the US Occidental Pe troleum Co one of 46 Western concessions that pump out about 340 million in oil a year Contd on Page 2 August Report Given By Sgt Spallone A Huntingdon truck driver is being held by police today for questioning in the shooting death pf his divorced wife early this morning at 1402 Mifflin Street The dead woman mother of four children is Mrs Argie E Dalessandro Fox 43 owneroperator of the RiteWay Pizza Shop 510 Penn Street Huntingdon Mrs Fox died of a gunshot wound of the head about am today In her secondfloor bedroom Jack D Fox43 of 1402 Mlf flin Street Huntingdon a native of Hopewell faces questioning by Huntingdon Borough police and State Police on the death of the EDGARTOWN Mass UPI woman Dukes County prosecutor The weapon a 22 calibre pis said today he doubted attorneys tol was found under the pillow for Sen Edward M Kennedy on Foxs bed in another room would try to block with a upstairs federal court injunction an Contd on Page 2 inquest into the death of Mary Jo Kopechne set to open Wednesday Walter E Steele of Edgar town who has been on a il 1W7 11 name basis with Kennedy since JLaiKS Will they served together in 1961 as assistant district attorneys in Boston told UPI My educated guess is the senator wants to it over with as quickly as possible my guess is the lawyers wont do it MRS ARGIE E FOX Pittsburgh Open Today THE WEATHER nd was facing a watery death n help reached her Fortunately It was a case of a PFC patrol boat being at the ight place at the right time Troopers S j 17 Load Increasing PITTSBURGH UPI The Black Construction Coalition There had been speculation tookits demands for more jobs here that attorneys for the 37for blacks in the construction Contd on Page 2 Mostly cloudy warm and humid with scattered showers and possibly thundershowers today and tonight High today upper 70s to mid 80s Low tonight in 60s Wednesday cl oudy and warm with scattered showers and thundershowers High mid 70s to low 80s Th ursday variable cloudiness and mild with a few showers the Navy and forfeiture of all ccording to James Valentine pay allowances The The work load for the 22man Huntingdon State Police detach raent Is getting progressively greater Sgt Nicholas JSpallone f Huntingdon RD 1 Fish Cora military court would determine substaUon commander said today the penalty for dereliction of To prove his point Sgt Spallone referred to the recap of the duty substations activities during the month of August There were McLemore was asleep in his more accidents last month cabin and Ramsey was in JulVi property damage ilssion waterways patrolman Valentine and Redline were atroillng the Raystown at 4pm esterday when their attention as attracted to the young wo ans mother who was standing n a dock frantically waving for elp Sensing the emergency the vo PFC officers turned the boat the areaas Miss Primas popped below the surface of the ater Redline jumped over the Ide of the patrol boat and was ble to bring the Tyrone girl ick to the suriace and Troopers handled 25more inci charge of the ship when the was up SlOOOO in the crashes dents in August than in July and Southern States Hit By Showers while twice as many persons were Injured Two were killed on county highways last month there were no fatal crashes in July there was an increase of 11 in the number of criminal arrests In every reporting category of Contd on Page 3 TT Has Ten Crashes Over Holiday Huntingdon County had 10 traf fie accidents during the long Labor Day weekend State Police reported today The holiday period opened at 6 Friday and continued until midnight last night There were no crashes in the county yesterday the final day Contd on Page 3 Hurricane Heads For industry from the streets to the bargaining table today for the coalition not hold any more demonstrations until it had made an attempt to r reach an agreement with the iJOllllILll dS building trades unions The two sides were to meet MIAMI UPI Hurricane areas in the chambers of Common Francelia pitched gale force It is from this area that Pleas Court Judge David Olwinds and surging tides into the Allied intelligence has forecast bum Olbum named to Gulf of Honduras today menao ing an area where thousands of persons have lost their lives in the fury of tropical twisters Expected To Serve As Springboard SAIGON UPI With bombs and napalm US warplanes broke up a guerrilla base camp in the Cambodian border region expected to serve as springboard for new Commu nist attacks beginning today Allied intelligence has said it expected the Viet Cong and North Vietnamese to begin a new but limited push to mark the 24th anniversary today of Hanois declaration of indepen dence from France South Vietnamese troops in Saigon and in the provinces around the capital remained on special alert with all leaves and days off canceled but Allied headquarters reported only light combat At least three clashes erupted Monday on infiltration routes leading to Saigon including the American air attack on the base camp two miles from Cambodia military spokesmen said The dive bombers zeroed in on the complex 70 miles northwest of the capital killing 18 guerillas destroying 2 bunkers and setting fire to four tons of food stored nearby the announcement said The two other flareups saw South Vietnamese soldiers kill IS ommunist troops 31 miles northwest of Saigon and US infantrymen kill five guerrillas 65 miles northwest of Saigon American B52 bombers fol lowed up the fighting with raids between the capital and the Cambodian border hitting what the US Command called troop concentrations base camps storage areas and staging head a threeman panel of mod erators last week by Mayor Jo seph M Barr The mayor said a 3 the moderators would sit in on during the past half century the talks and assist where pos sible coalition staged three Contd on Page 3 Contd on Page 3 INSIDE THE iSEWS Widely scattered but often the patrol boat to receive heavy thunderstorms and show aid ers poured down on the While she had some swimming Southern half of the nation and llity Miss Primas fell victim extended along the Eastern the waves caused by motor Seaboard and North into the Great Lakes region today The Central and Northwes tern states enjoyed clear skies and warm temperatures al though some fog and drizzle dampened spirits along the Pacific Coast A heavy thunderstorm doused Belleville 111 a suburb of St Louis Mo with nearly two Inches of rain during the night while heavy downpours in the El Paso Tex region flooded at least one major highway and washed out another The US Contd on Page 2 rownings Add To Overall Tolal raffic Deaths re Behind 1968 The Labor Day holiday ended at midnight Monday with traffic eaths running behind last years total Drownings however added the total of accidental deaths as vacationers coped with warm unny weather at lakes and pools A National Safety Council Ann Landers 8 Classified Ads12s 13 Comics11 Crossword13 Counselors Corner 8 Obituaries 2 Society Club 9 Sports4 5 okesman said today the final slJ1ce sisui a the holida at InLf f WOUld 6 Pm local tlme Friday certainly U well under st years record 68b When all Jports are received he said final total will probably be the very low 600s council had estimated between 625 and 725 rsons would die in traffic ring the summers last long traffic Texas 46 Wisconsin 27 lekend and Illinois 26 United Press International nt at 4 am EOT showed persons had died in traffic Contd on Page 3 The breakdown Traffic Drownings Planes Miscellaneous Total 570 91 12 44 717 The National Hurricane Cen ter said the storm has swung to the west and is expected to slam into the coast between Belize and Puerto Barrios with winds of 90 miles an hour late today Interests from Chetumal to Puerto Barrios should prepare for tides of 4 feet and up to 7 feet near the point where the Lewistown Grangers To Entertain LEWE TOWN Plans for the 97th Pennsylvania State Grange center Tnters aTeather conventlon October 2730 first advisory said Gale force ever to be held ta Lewistown winds win begin over the Gulf of Honduras around midday At 6 Francelia was about 160 miles east southeast of Belize and a little over 100 miles northeast of La Seiba The storm was moving toward the west at 5 to 10 mph Highest winds were about 90 mpji near the center with following a meeting of the 50 member general committee com prised of Grange leaders and key representatives of the host community A Wayne Readinger Harris burg state Grange master after an allday planning session Sat Aug 30 expressed con gales reaching 150 miles to the dence that the convention still north and 50 miles to the south two months away wUI mark an other successful milestone in state Grange history From Holiday Inn that is to Weathermen fear the storms be headquarters the sudden change of direction may vislted Lewistowns Forecasters said winds should exceed 100 miles an hour when the storm plows into the coast catch many offguard Central Americans Chief Logan High School where Contd on Page 3 His Column Will Continue Columnist Drew Pearson Is Dead WASHINGTON UPI Bureaucrats feared Drew Pearson They worried he would unearth something in their department for which they rightly or wrongly would be blamed Most of his readers liked him They considered his dailv Washington MerryGoRound a journalistic crusade and the bigger the names Pearson wrote about the better his readers liked it Funeral Services Private Pearson was stricken at his Potomac Md farm and died shortly after noon at George town University Hospital Funeral services will be Its Back To School For Entire Family Most of his fellow journalists private but a memorial service respected him Hewashighly controversial and his efforts often drew harsh words from has been scheduled for 11 am EOT Thursday in the National Cathedral A family spokesman California reported 59 dead in New Hampshire and Its back to school for all members of the Charles W Schoenherr family of Taylor Highlands this year The newest final backtoschooler in the family is Laura Elizabeth 6 who started to school this morning as a first grader at Alfarata Seeing her off are her brotlier sisters and parents left to right Dodie 19 whowOi be a sopliomore at Bethel College his press cohorts but felt jsaid his remains would be St Paul Minn Charles W who is dean of students at Juniata generally he accomplishedere mated and the ashes scat College Mrs Schoenherr who will be a kindergarten teacher moregood than bad tered over his farm at the Jackson Miller School Anna Marie 9 in fourth grade 71 died Monday of In 1932 34 years after he was at Alfarata Schoolj Bill 12 in Huntingdon Area Junior High a neart attackHis column will born Dec 13 at Evanston 111 School Another brother John wasnt present for the photo te contnued by his longtime Hes a senior at Huntingdon Area Senior High associate Jack Anderson   

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