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Bedford Daily Gazette (Newspaper) - January 27, 1969, Bedford, Pennsylvania
Page two the Bedford Gazette Bedford a Mon Dav january 27. 1969 dial Bedford 623 81 18 for o want and taker court considers Pueblo incident ski town sign painted Coronado. Calif. I up a Ai key aspect Afulei the firs week of the court of inquiry into the Pueblo rapture is that cmdr. Lloyd Bucher has been Able to Tell his Side of the Story in full and in Public. The 41 year old Skippy i of the intelligence ship has. As a result emerged in a sympathetic Light if not a heroic one. At this Point the civilian prot Booty v a on Lei ask robbers. Co inned from Page i to kid As the assailants in the Ort. 7 Gas station Holdup at a state police lineup. Holdup victim mrs. Alda mar Sollenberg Eric but if i cd i the to a s t e pair Echo robbed tic station even though Dodson Quot of Sung Asse mud an army during the Rob Ere or s so Ett it Sergei. Described Friday by Hist atty. Amos Davis is a Quot de. I old lady testified she was to d no the Gas Static it a and store i let out i . Wilt 1 the pair drove in. They began t. King Gas from one of Lapp . Tint flipped the meter Hack to Zero cd Hen they saw her. Mrs. Sollen Bierger identified Dodson is the Man Coho came into the station Pointe a gun i bet head and said Quot this is stick up. Gice me a1 your f 9 in inc v. The victim afterwards went to her next Hoot neighbor to Call pc it ice. One of the key Point in to 11 cd As the Des i it a it a of t a Holdup car mis sullen i gel inc i neigh a of youth it m i i bed it As Quot bluish Quot in Rison said he Intel a car with i cd Lute front cd Lute top and purple sides stale police de ended c i As Lave lid in another defense cd in said i v As Gray and a not hoi Aid it cd. I la j i s h Pill pm Kuklo and Dodson a a i a both married and no ii has three children it vees contended be of to Friday a july by hic state Liat Mth men a Vic it it of Czoik and be cd d it iou v of an Appeal is filed tit court must heal arguments and cd Lei mine v ii la i to giant a new to Tai or a infirm the jury s Cut die t Quot what else could he have done a the court monday enters a third Clay of closed sessions. What is going on there so far is unknown but it is a fair Assumption the Case against Bucher is coming oat there and pro ably c ill determine w Hether court martial will be re Unm ended. So far the court has heard Bucher was in an inadequately outfitted ship with Only two machine guns hopelessly stir in unde 1. Los radio plea for help went unanswered Fie surrendered to save the bees of his 82 crewmen Ile confessed when threatened by North koreans ins men would lie shot one by one. Sime engr ssi onal and editorial reaction has tended to picture the five Admiral As a soil of inquisition court making Bucher the Scapegoat j and exonerating Navy brass. The fad is that Bucher had four full clays to make his Case before american Public opinion1 with Nom of the Sharp Cross a Quot lamination that would hav e marked such a Case in a civilian court of Law. Vice adm. Charles Bowen head of to court and the other j four Annapolis officers have in their Brief questions implied j How the boys town graduate i might have acted differ idly hut have not pressed the Point. Bucher said he did not scuttle the ship because he cd As Iii sue Iii shallow coastal water he Felt the communists could recover it virtually intact with its secret document and electronic gear. Bushel had no thoughts he replied to a epic a two that a int it Iii Intel National Waters the United slates might clo the i conc it my. Ile said als lie Felt if his men a int Hilo pm degree water they would Che within five minute Ile replied to a no St Ion later thai there Quot Ere Jublier of la a a Atn capable if or pc on a riot he i eldest to allies kill Over 122 reds in three Saigon Battles Saigon up a american arms and automatic weapons the Jungles nearby. More and South vietnamese troops fire. Gunship and artillery barrages backed by planes and i the defenders c alled in . Again forced the reds to artillery killed it least 122 gunships and tanks from the Retreat but the Camp several North vietnamese and Viet 25th infantry division and hours later received about five Cong in three Battles around reinforcements from South \ Iet rounds of 107mm rockets and 35 Saigon coinciding with the Start namese militia units. .82mm mortar shells. Of the Paris peace talks the the . Tank Crews tried to seven North vietnamese . Command reported sunday cordon off the Battleground but bodies were found on the hundreds of . St infantry intact with the communists Battlefield. Spokesmen said. Division troops set up a wide Quot lost just before noon three americans were wound cordon in a marshy area 25 sunday knot soldiers sweeping cd. Miles Southwest of Saigon bodies of 42 communist troops meanwhile the . Command saturday and reported killing at the a a reported finding the reported the loss of two More least 73 reds in action v. He h arid taking four prisoners thre am incan Heisters raising to began saturday and ranged or in wounded. One of the 1,002 the number shot Down in until midday sunday prisoners told interrogators the South Vietnam the ground forces were red unit is part a the 9th gunners in High supported by air Force ac47lnorth vietnamese division. All six crewmen Quot spooky and army helicopter . Losses were placed at two latest incidents while the old hums at the right workmen paint the rebuilt signboard promoting Redford As ski i of to. The old sign was damaged by winds Aud this Side of it had collapsed. The other promotional Fen Blue Knob a standing but damaged. Funds provided by the Redford tourist Aud resort air linking repairs possible. The finished product will be lighted. Work is being Don by Walter Mullen of Altoona. The sign is situated along of. 720 near the Osterburg intersection. Obituaries until midday sunday prisoners told interrogators the South Vietnam by communist the ground forces were red unit was part a a the gunners in eight years of War. It a All six crewmen involved in Tho spooky and army helicopter 1 tosses were Pircea Ai two latest incidents were wounded. Gunships along with artillery 111 and seven wounded. A i Ltd a ranas army barrages which blasted the elsewhere. Communist gun oh4fi Light observation heh cop Palm tre dotted Region at then a it Early sunday tried to wipe Ter shot Down saturday after Takt of the Plain of Rord it a it Quot nit of the . 1st air noon 254 Milos Northwest of . C casualties were described cavalry division in a night Saigon near an Boa. The two As defensive position about 56 crewmen were Hurt. Two other fights erupted in Mil Northwest of Saigon near the other was a Marine corps Tav Ninh or ovine in tons Anika Tum near the cambodian ch46 sea Knight helicopter to 5fl Mhos Northwest of Saigon Herder. Downed saturday 357 mile military spokesmen said. About 3 20 a m., the co Qiu Northeast of Saigon. The four try overrunning outpost lists sent Al wet 20 rounds of men aboard were wounded. A Force of More than 100i82mm mortar fire into the in Saigon spokesmen said Art communists Early saturday i it Arne i Hen pro lied its defences attack Early sunday morning on tried to overrun a South with Small arms fire before a civil defense office in the vietnamese outpost 40 Miles withdrawing under a barrage of chinese Cholon District was Northwest of Saigon near go . Artillery shells apparently carried out by Dau a w Ith mortar Small i. Camp shelled Quot Loc Al guerrillas. They fired at j later the americans Agrin least to antitank rockets at the Drew fire end spotted about so office wounding four it it of us communist troops moving in defenders. Floods. Continued from Page j Bushel ground service Iii fee int into the ii but put to his Nick St 11 no a i my his first Felt new a Ltd Ici Lilly Hee Ait it that tint of ii Foi if i loll of la Hun for not Lull he edified i. Who Prince to try to buy Burton s famous Pearl i was Santa Barbara county which was Cut off for hours by the worst storm in 55 j National guardsmen were senti to Lompoc n and Cani w York up a Prince actress having the Pear but thousand of persons were Alfonso de Bourbon Asturias an said he thought it was Quot More or of a heir Moines in Ca rpm Ter unsuccessful bidder for the fitting from an historical Point la South of Santa Bai Bara. Lue Farnoux a la Peregrina Pearl of View that the Queen have 5mi said sunday he will try to buy the jewel. The Pearl has been 1�?~ u n rim. V. He Gem from act or Richard worn by Spanish and English l Ltd mud uni s rur on for $"4,000. Royalty since it was found More mrs on the the three foot which flooded the school. The Spanish Prince now a than 400 years ago in the Gulf of Robert Duff school business private investor living Here. Panama manager said. Quot you sad wanted the Pearl so that the Queen has maintained believe what happened Aie Ould make an easter gift of that she is in Possession of the regular Wall of water swept >1 to Queen Victoria Eugenia True Quot la Peregrina a but across the Campus from i he Tho former Spanish Queen. Parke Bernet said it was Orchard in it Burton who was the top confident that the one what the bidder for the Pearl at Hemet Gullet in thur Parke Burton bought was in fact breast cancer ii Ain Arr a a i my of it Mist isl in hum a. Pc Iii a in one study of 920 a in in with breast Camel. 12&Quot remembered Stiim Dight breast minty before trouble developed Lins May have a to the Mage for cancer in these women sos a Mats is nip of were first discovered by most Etil a women them solve but univ one out of toe out. Tied a Doc of right i Twat delayed Dia in so and treatment of breast cancer can be tragic see nut it Din i it til a it in a ii a a notice Anvil Ling unusual hearing and speech v a Hill a Teing insist is to ssh ii it St led f a. La is in Many vases. Partially deaf is Ltd no lend to reproduce speech As they hear it since they done to hear All up Ceil sounds clearly then own speech often lacks soa1 Quality. Hwy May speak Collis and in a somewhat monotonous Fash in they ate sell on conscious of their spree Bange. Us Man la or a if j no in on Anil or faints til of Siru of is fit Tisai lion til la Fontil i prs Nial ill Iii in i tiling pres i Liun a a a a re a few a it Nal Anil per �?�4>��hi Rev or Okidoi or provide in err Ting nil Chr to i in i a Tan Dertle if Iki Mir a Kenneth Ferguson Alton Felix 17. Al no. The hut k ii i or ii s Linda j 28. 1969 at Beeth n until Hospital. Or Chi her let Quot i Iii a son of Clark it is v f c i go Lull red a in death ii user. Sci ii a january in try Merit in a s to a in nov Bedford county nit Jeannette i ii no ii k i an infant Tiro. Alt Iii Felix 18. Alum Bank. Died sunday january 26, 1w? on arrival at Bedford a minty Merit of Hospital he in As Horn april 17, 1952 at new Paris a son of Phylys i Mesner Witti preceded in her Harry or in or he i and the in d re a Lif j dolt dark it Vivi d by ins pm i ninth s Leonard bed. Be maid Fresno Iii Hertford re i usher town. Amt Dun id and Ronald Poth sister mrs Batty he 2 id Horn and a Miller. Redford la ii attended la a Hill cd funeral services to Clay january Ilia Kimu n fun i Al anti Ltd Cath Rev t listed meth 10 Ito a Iii., a a j at cd is a re Home. I Meas Chai in a hotter of tue iat us Btu Tai in Rehel Labia k Ometery. Fiend a v a a i at the funeral in me today from 2 to 4 and 7 to u p Iii Bertha o. Ball mis Bertha o Ball. I a hence in i died in Mckee Poi i if Spital Mitiu Day january 23, Haiti she was hot ii october 14. 1887 Iii Manns 7ioice by i a Ciau Glite of the late Albert c Ann and Jennie May she is Mil s in c d by her husband Arthur Ball whom she married october 14, Hwd anti two Ria lighten mrs Mae Hurst of Mcke p jan1 and min Virginia Mcvicker of Manns Choice re i and there grandchildren she was a me in Bel of Mililani. Cove lihst1�n a Hurc i funeral services a a u in tuesday. January 28 in Zeigler funeral Home. Hyndman with Rev Marion h. Nesserid1 Oft Ziatin. Burial in Milligans Cove in it Ely. Friend May Call in til funeral i Home today 2 to 4 and 7 to m p til. Be is i or brn n11. Of the Church and we As in at Hesi it Verdn id ask about our free Grain storage program shelled Corn $2.55 cwt bulk net Cash january 27 a february i Railroad St. Radioed 21 rat 23 01 Many h and mint i Felix. Ile death try a Brot 1952 in addition to his parents. Sin Vived by these Brothers Mart a to tin Fen Ruer Diane Dei of a Lulu Bank and Kite Trug Vietnam no Iii i Christy one Nephew snotty and grand Jar Entz or. And mrs Dewey Felix of new Paris Ile in ii s a member it a Arent. Root in eleventh g Ade Ridge High school. Funeral services i january 29 at 2 Pun at Edwa d Hale Buin funeral Home Pleasants die Nevith rec Marshall Brown to donating burial in Tahr town i cemetery friends May fall at the funeral Home today from 2 to i 4 an a 7 i j a p in and tuesday to an 7 to 9 p in Dora g. Cornell Dora Gertrude Cornell. Hill Clearville died sunday Jamiar 28 in Bedford county memorial Hospital. She was born May i 131, 1910 in Monroe township a i daughter of the late George w and Martha in Yeimi Ritchey. On april 22. 1925 she a. United in marriage to William Mcornell who survives along with the following sons George i Star route Everett Frank i. Re i Flintstone. My. And Floyd a of Medford. Also surviving Are 13 grandchildren and a brother Paul t Ritchey re i cd Anflic and h sister mrs Buhl g. Diehl Everett so was affiliated with the Zion lutheran Church. Cleared funeral services , january 28. La a in from Stewart funeral Home. Everett with la v. J. Paul Harman official my. Burial in Frame Quirch cemetery. Cd Ai Ville Friend May Call at the funeral Home today from 12 noon to it i 4 Ami 7 to 9 pm czech students gather in Square Prague i up student lamed and srgiie<1 sunday with police who blockaded a a it Ito i of Venceslas Square and removed tributes to be Edom Martyr Jan Palach police estimated that approx brately i we Audenta Gal cred St Hie jute of a la cd a self immolation. There was no violence refine ted. . Sceptical Over chinese thaw Santa Barbara. Calif. Up Jai Anes and american politicians seeking a thaw in relations with of no Nunlist Cli Ira have ended a h v on Rife Reno a with the aerie in an re opt i rial the i s err of reused soon. Rte a ii a son of crop Eri Miller. In death by his 26, 1968 and a Joseph Miller Joseph Miller 21. Fishertown died january 26. L go at the scene of Chr Accident near state f ish hatchery he was born february 28, 1947 at fish a ail f. Ami Ruth Ile was preceded father on August brother Harry Jackson Miller. Ilene survived by Iii Mother and these Brothers and sister Charles f�?T., Bedford re 2 Howard Earl Linier re i mrs. Audrey Tustin Elyria Ohio and mrs. Fella Louise Gay Tampa Fla. He w As a member of the Assembly of god Church and graduated from Chestnut Ridge High school in june 1>h and entered the \ army in june 1968 funeral services tuesday. Jan nary 28 at 2 . From Edward. Blackburn Faneuil Home Pleasantville with Rev. A m Ore and Rev. Charles Rhodes burial in Fishertown military services will ducted damage estimate for. County which was declared a 5?Rne galleries auction last authentic disaster Aren a put at s4.5 thursday. Is expected to the Prince said he had million. Bridges were washed it to his wife respect for both claims. He out on . Khz isolating the Taylor for her 37th birthday added that should he lie Able to county for in it North and South feb. 27 Burton a High bid was Purchase the Pearl and give it neighbors. So deaths were $37,000. To the Queen who lives in reported for the county Howey the Prince said he had no Switzerland the controversy or. Real objection to the famous would end. Wina Brand new dressmaker Siig work this contest and win prizes Over 15 too in prizes to by Givin away do merc findish Cert fac test is prize he j v ii Tientip this consist and win officiating. Cemetery. Be in. Friends May Call at the funeral. Hum today 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 in Annie e. Foor Annie Elizabeth four re i Everett died saturday january 25, 1969 in Bedford county met mortal Hospital. She was born i november 13, 18 11 in Snake Spring township a daughter of die i to Peter a and Eli a Jane j Kimmur. On april 25, 1906 she was i United in marriage to Francis l. Or who died september it 1943, so was �1st preceded in death by one son and on daughter slip i survived by Hie following children Franklin vv., John Vav Catherine a floor and mrs. Ethel Bess All of Everett re i also surviving ate sex in grand-1 children and la great grandchildren. She was a member of the Everett Church of the Brethren for Lover 48 years and a the last surviving member mediate family. Funeral services uary 28 at 2 Pun i Church of the Brethren with Rev. J. Earl Hostetter officiating burial in rays Cove cemetery. Friends May Call at pie s in Art funeral Home Everett today front 12 noon to 4 and 7 to 9 p in 1st prize a Broad now $229 95 dressmaker Zig Zao sewing Mochinal 2nd prizes $150 00 discount certificates these Are Good to word the Purchase of the \ $229.95 dressmaker sew i ing machine. A 3rd prizes 2-adjustable dress forms. 4th prizes 5-transislor a radios. 5th prizes 5-Poir pinking shears. the words contest no obligation nothing to buy b s easy it s fun simply unscramble the words and mail today of her Ini tuesday. Jan for. An Everett contest rules i. A re Dent Al the United St. Tex May a apr except employs and supplier of City sewing machine co., Marysville is Aid Tebei immediate families. Mis of this Rontz to Hall be subject to and in conformity with All Fedora Eta and local Law arc Nanc decried and Cebu Iattoni. 4ll entire become the Fri reply a a Chi sewing machine co Marysville Kan 3 furies must i pc marked no letter than a do it bom the receipt of the entry. So hurry Nail today wii.ati1 of the sewing machine a Josub r Oie it form ran Stor Noios and Pink no we l be a Mitre by claw no from and nyx All cruet entree other entice a w lira Eie a m50.00 discount certificate All prize winners will be notified by mail a o ily one entry permitted hem e. H re Ite Tant s. Otto on of the judges is fint no representative Wilt calf to your Home. We Nero will be by mall. Entry form Mutiny. Continued from Page i and of ampoule attempts. Col. John c. Ford Provost marshal it tin Presidio said the rebellious prisoners brought the charges to Quot tie up officers and men that could he in Vietnam helping us end the he said attempts were made to Quot turn tins into some sort of Antiwar a number of religious leaders have requested tile army to drop the Mutiny charges. Meanwhile Hallinan is attempting to gain Federal court intervention in an attempt to Dean up what he terms the army a a Quot blk k Hole of a Fenny Ivan ii entry form enter the Quot smart Money Quot Puzzle and win prizes Ulto Cromton to e e word hint a be. Air of Don t wait ent or Tod Ayi a ams.ct1stm.of thu Hinlo. Mhz. Alf Ari. 1 Ifni of. Ifpiif.srossics.1 name address qty state. Mail to City sewing my Caln ca., ill by a Way Marysville it. 66506
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