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Daily News (Newspaper) - September 15, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania CLASSIFIED ADS DIAL MISS CLASSIFIED 6434040 or 5424641 THE DAILY NEWS VOL48 NVE CENTS PER COPY HUNTINGDON and MOUNT UNION MONDAY SEPTEMBER 15 1969 PHONE 6434040 NO 194 Scions Face Busy Week After Pechan Funeral Court Bill Taxes Are Major Items UPI Both the state Senate and House of Representatives will put off work on a myriad at issues and bold token sessions Monday In tribute to Senate Majority Whip Albert R Pechan died last Thursday services ior Pechan will be held Monday in Kit tanning The Senate has sched uled a memorial service Tues day and will not resume regu lar sessions until Wednesday at 11 ajn The House will return to work Tuesday however with the Commonwealth Court taxes and ethics its major concerns Commonwealth Court bill would designate Dauphin County court as an interim Commonwealth Court until Jan uary 1972 is in a position where final action could be tak en Tuesday The bill sponsored chiefly by House Speaker Herbert Fine man and House Majority Lead Contd on Page 5 FOX Held Without Two Recovery Bail For Murder A TT Alter Hearing T Mine loday By DAR Chapter WeekLong Display Of Flags Urged Saxton Resident Woman Is Critically Injured Constitution Week opens Wed nesday and the Standing Stone Chapter Daughters of the Ameri can Revolution have asked that citizens display flags throughout theobservance particularly on Constitution Day September 17 The Constitution of the United States of America was adopted September 17 1787 ratified June 21 1788 and put into effect March 4 1789 On January 5 1956 Senator William F Knowland introduced the following Senate Joint Reso lution 105 Resolved by the Senate and House of Represen tatives of the United States of America in Congress Assembled That the President of the United States is authorized and request ed to designate the period begin ning September 17 ending September 23 bf each year as A Saxton woman was critical Constitution Week and to Issue iy injured early yesterday morn annually a proclamation inviting mg in a onecar accident on the people of the United States Route 913 fa Coalmont Borough to observe such week In schools Tbe crash victim Mary Eliz churches and other suitable pla abeth LemJn 34 of 503 Norris ces with appropriate ceremonies Street S as ton is m the mtea sive care unit at J C Blair Contd on Page Z Memorial Hospital i She underwent emergency sur gery yesterday afternoon at the jJlStTlCt HaS hospital as the result of inter nal bleeding She had suffered a ruptured liver and ruptured spleen She also had chest bleed mg as the result of fractured ribs Her left femur also was frac tured and she suffered a cere bral concussion 1 State Police said the crash occurred about lio a m Sunday at tha east end of Coalmont Irvin H Lemin 31 503 Nor ris Street Saxton was west bound on Route 913 operating a Ford sedan He lost con trol of the car on a straight stretch of highway and ran off onto the north berm His ve hicle went broadsids into an 18 inch pile of rocks that line the highway at this point The car flipped over and cama to rest its wheels 30 feet from UK Contd on Page 16 Jack D Fox 42 Huntingdon truck driver is being held in Hunt ingdon County Jail today without bail On a charge of munier as the result of the death of his exwife 43yearold Argie E Dales sandro Fox mother of four children A prima facie case against Fox was established by the Common wealth during a hearing Saturday afternoon before Justice of the Peace Mary E Lightner of Ardenheim Sevenyearold Karen Ann Dalessandro daughter of the dead woman was the star witness at the hearing The third grader was an excellent witness and told the squire that He Jack shot mommy She related that the Sept 2 snooting took place in her mothers bedroom while she was in bed with her mommy It also was disclosed at the hearing for the first time that the fatal shooting apparently was the result of an argument between Fox and the dead women in which she ordered her exhusband to leave the home the following morning The shooting took place prior to am Tuesday Sept 2 Mrs Fox died of a gunshot wound of the head shortly after Hunt ingdon Borough police arrived at the Fox home Mifflin Street District Attorney Newton C Taylor represented the Common wealth at the hearing while At torney Edward L Williard oi State College and Attorney Rich ard W Lint on of Huntingdon are the courtappointed lawyers for Fox a native of Hopewell Three witnesses were heard Contd on Page MANN1NGTON WVa UPI sixman recovery teams descend 543 feet into Manning ton No 9 mine today beginning months of potentially dangerous groundwork to recover the bodies of 78 entombed coal miners Officials called in thetrained recovery crews after learning the elevator at Athas Run Portal could be used to lower men andsupplies into themine Two threeman work and inspection crews rode a steel bucket down the elevator shaft Sunday to examine the elevator equipment and pump out 13 feet of water which had collected in a sump under the shaft Everything was normal at fte bottom of the shaft said Maurice Childress of the US Bureau of Mines The elevator looks good andwe had good ventilation in the area where we were Two massive exhaust fans were used for three days to draw highly volatile methane gas from the mines interior No search team has entered the sprawling mine since the Vehicle Demolished In Fatal Accident is Extensive damage to the front end of this 1963 Chevrolet evidence of the force with which the vehicle slammed deadcenter into the tree in Trough CreekState Park last even in The driver William A Schlichter 20 Waynesboro a Juniata College student wasjfatally injured while Miss Karen M Alcorn 18 Hagerstown Md a JC coed was critically injured Note shattered windshield where Miss Alcorn was sitting explosions and fires Nov 24 Amnesty CaiHits Tree In Trough Creek Park JG Student Dies In Crash Coed Critical Czechs which trapped the 78 men and Warsaw forced the mines sealing Nov tne 30 Officials of ConsolidationCoal Corp owners of the mine PRAGUE UPI Amnesty expires at midnight for tens of thousands of Czechoslovakians who have left for the west since invasion that Prague d from government Smith Heads Unit Of Tlie return trip from a choir picnic ended tragically last even ing when one Juniata College student was killed and another was critically injured In a onecar accident in Trough Creek State Park i William Contd on Page 5 500 Reinforcements Are Summoned Britain Bolsters Forces In Ireland A Schllchter 20 of 114GarfieldStreetWaynesboro Mrs Hazel Garber a junior at Juniata died at JC I Blair Memorial Hospital about approximately two hours Norman J Smith principal of and 15 minutes after the crash the Huntingdon Area Senior High Karen M Alcorn 18 of 729 School has accepted the chair Hamilton Boulevard manshlp of thePubllc Employees town Md Is listed In Division of the Huntingdon Cbun critical condition today at Al confirmed the expecfed purge ty United Fund for the fifth contoona General Hospitalsuffering was in the offing and appealed secutive year It was announced from injuries today by Father Francis A Ackfatal mishap She Is a daughter Mrs Hazel A Garber 61 erson 196970 General 6hairof Alfred and Alberta McElwee trust officer of the Union Na man Alcorn of the Hagerstown adtional Bank and Trust Company The Public Employees Division dress Her parents are former of Huntingdon died at 2 ajn is responsible for the solicitation residents of Huntingdon andSunday Sept 14 1969 at her of all federal state county and Frank Alcorn1405MlffllnStreet home 826 Mifflin Street Hunt nist Party official said Sunday Stefan Sadovsky a member of the Czechoslovak Communist Partys powerful presidium and Slovak Party first secretary to Czechoslovaks in the West to return to theirhomeland Those who fail to take advantage of the amnesty risk arrest if they ever decide to Bank Trust Officer Dies Sunday BELFAST Northern Ireland UPI The British Army summoned 500 reinforcements today to bolster its troops working 16hour shifts to keep a kind of peace between feuding Roman Catholics and Protestants U Col Gerald M Boyd 37 has assumed the daUes of deputy district engineer for the Balti more District Army Corps of Engineers He succeeds Major Martin A spokesman for the 6500 man task force of British soldiers said the reinforcements would arrive Tuesday and Wednesday to thicken patrols in areas where Catholic and return after today Their apartments will be confiscated borough employes Huntingdon Is her grandfather ingdon She had been in fail and they will lose their social Smith who lives at 2301 Brum It was Huntingdon Countys Ing health since April baugh Avenue with his wife Phyninth traffic death of the year deceased had bean His and sons Jeff and Scott Members of the Juniata Col associated with the UnlonNatlon hails from Indiana He holds a lege Choir had enjoyed a picnic al for 44 years since July security privileges Everyone wRo wishes the best to the republic had the CotonBoyd came to BaSi more from the U S Army En gineer District Far East where he was the deputy for Air Force programs and assistant district v Jv iufter government md 7 WUsons He is a graduate of San Jose our Women Seek Lnfo On Husbands face increasing hostility Siate College California wuereirom who were be earned a degree in tte and the University of Missouri Ian PaiTsley spokesman In a speech to 2000 Contd on Page 16 of his followers Paisley said The fight is on This is not a garden party It is a battle With the aid of police submachine gunarmed British troops broke up sectarian rioting Sunday in areas already scarred by fightinga month ago thatleft eight dead and hundreds Injured But it was the deaths over the weekend of Juniata Classes Open Tuesday Although Tuesday Sept 16 is the official first day of classes for the fell semester at Juniata College class meeting tlmee initially planned for Mondays will tomorrow according to Acting Registrar Thomas J Nolan In effect Tuesday will be Monday as far as Class meeting times are concerned Nolan told students returning to the campus over the weekend Clas ses normally scheduled for Tues day will still meet but for shor ter periods he said He ex Contd on Page 11 opportunity to return SadovB S degree from Indiana State yesterday at the state park and 1925 She was widely knawn in sky told a miners meeting at Jelsava in eastern Slovakia Sunday Others who did not return will be regarded as emigrants under our laws No uptodate official infor mation on the number of refugees is available but diplomatic sources estimated between 80000 and 90000 Czechs and Slovaks fell under Contd on Page 5 THE WEATHER Mostly sunny and warm to day High mid 70s to low 80s Fair and mild tonight Low mid 50s to mid 60s Tuesday partly cloudy and continued warm High upper 70s to mid 80s Wednesday outlook con tinued warm with chance of showers University and a Master of Eduwere starting to return to the cation degree from Penn State College HiU campus at the timrj University of the accident about 6MOpni A civic leader Smith is preprof Bruce A Hirsch director sently serving as president of Of the choir was an eyewitness to the fatality he was driving the car immodiately to the rear of the 1963 Chevrolet twodoor hardtop operated by Schlichter Hirsch visibly shaken by the tragic accident said Bill and Karen were like our own child ren They were two of the most responsible kids hi the choir H e noted that both Schllchter and Miss Alcorn had bean on campus for one week Contd on Page 9 Contd on Page 16 Tanker Is Nearing End Of Passage Hartness all from husbands have been from eight months to PARIS women Gregg married to US airmen Dallas down over Vietnam today Our soqgirt a meeting with North missing officials to find out four years and we are hopeful V weare wives or widows North Vietnamese representa The four arrived Sunday ttyes will tell us if we are wives night from Dallas Tex They or widows the four said in a said they had applied for a statement private meeting with officials of If we are each the Hanoi delegation to the of us believes our husband Is Vietnam talks still hope and pray Each of us hopes that our North Vietnamese spokesmen husband is still alive and we will tell us where our husbands hope and pray that the North are and if they are in good Vietnamese delegates will tell health they said We are us where they can be found and also hopeful the North Vietna if they are In good health said mese spokesman will explain Mrs Bonnie Singleton wife of why we have not received any Capt Jerry Singleton replies to the many letters we The other three were Mrs have written to our Joy Jeffrey wife of Capt The four women said they Robert Jeffrey Mrs Sandy planned to stay in Paris for up McEIhanon wife of Maj to a week to see a member at Michael McElhanon and Mrs Paula Hartness wife of Capt fContd on Page 3 Contd on Page 3 Car Damaged In Blaze On Sunday 2 Huntingdon Fans Tie For First Place In Quiz NEW YORK through clear waters in the Prince of Wales strait late Sunday the huge icebreaker tanker Manhattan neared the end of its Northwest Passage Spokesmen for the Humble Oil Refining Co one of three firms sponsoring the million research voyage said here the tanker probably would complete the passage early today today But they added that the Manhattan would1 not be in direct contact with the United Contd on Page 5 the area and was active In church affairs and supported many worthwhile civic enterprises Slw was born in Huntingdon on May 24 1908 a daughter of Milton J and Elizabeth Moore Gernert She was united in marriage on Oct to How ard H Garber of Huntingdon the ceremony being performed at the Fifteenth Street Methodist Church by the Rev Dr George Boggs the church pastor In addition to her husband she is survived by a brother and two sisters Byron S Ger nert Huntingdon Miss Virginia Contd on Page 5 Two Huntingdon football fans Mark Bryant 503 Penna Ave tied for first placa in tbs seconi Huntingdon Viola Leavelle week of the Dally News Football Broad To Lester Myers Jr Contest They were Robert J Spruce Creek Edwurd GMyers Petrunak 1322 Mifflin St Hunt Petersburg Steve HaUerRD 1 ingdon and Pat Norris of 404 Huntingdon Robert BrennanJr A K65 Ford owned bySUrley Mifllin St Huntingdon RJD 1215 Street Hunt For their efforts they will 1 Box 183L Saxton and ingdon was damaged 100 in a each receive a merchandise carGilbert C Long Box 175 Rock fire yesterdiy morning tfflcate fa the amountof S1625 hill Furnace and Paul Los 1530 Fire Chief Robert Jessell said at of parti Washst Huntingdon the toe started when to3 car Ctp3tlng ta tne contest Thares stiU a lot of time buretor flooded and poured gasoTha contest this vsek was left In this years contest so 12 line on block of the limited to 2 5 games Having two you havent entered yet now is car The blaze originated unir tfes fa this cojtestmaie the a good timo to start If youve the hooi wHUe the owner was goingtough fcr many of the enalready entered but haveat attemptins to start it In froat tracts Ths wlnnfag forms keep trying J of her homo showed six Incorrect predictions Sosres for this waak are Patrotoin Chalmer Coy Is Missing seven games each and Clarion 53Mansfield 22 credited wtth bringing the fire tying for second place were tea Edlntoro 40 Brockport 29 Contd on Page 16 area T bey are Tony Nabozny 406 2ndStnHunlIn3d3n C6ntd on Page 16 YOU MUST REGISTER NOW TO VOTE NOVEMBER Deadline September 15 Oldest Member Recognized Donation Grange Has Anniversary Donation Grange No 330 celebrated its 95th anniversary on Saturday at a fitting observance In the grange hall Huntingdon RD 2 At the same time the oldest member of the organization Miss Josephine Miller a resident of Huntingdon was Grangers from tliroughout the county as well as various parts of the state along with a number of guests attended and were In vited to remain for the buffet supper which followed the pro gram Miss Miller who makes her home with a brotherlnlaw Rob ert Edelblute of Huntingdon was presented with a corsage with a gold sheaf certificate and with a fiftyyear pin The latter two Items were given to Miss Miller by the state grange master ell who noted that the honored guest Joined the grange on Aug ust 19 1919 For twentysix years she served as secretary Contd on Page 2 INSIDE THE NEWS Wayne Readlnger of Reading and the master of Donation Grange Kestler Pyles of Huntingdon Telling the history of Miss Millers service to was a niece Mrs Dorothy Mitch Ann Landers 14 Classified Ads 14 15 Comics 13 Crossword 15 Cbituarles 2 Society Club 12 Sports 5 Through Thesis Doors 10
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