Bedford Daily Gazette in Bedford, Pennsylvania
28 Oct 1968

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28 Oct 1968

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Bedford Daily Gazette (Newspaper) - October 28, 1968, Bedford, Pennsylvania Dial Bedford 623-8118 for a want and taker thi Bedford Gazette Bedford. Pa., monday october 28, 1968 part Stven new lawmakers czech slovak federalization Prague up a czech Oslo a a k i a a parliament sunday passed a historic Law creating separate czech and slovak regional states United by a Federal government in Prague. It gave the slovak people an autonomy Long demanded by nationalists. The federalization measure one of the first Reform promised by communist paint Leader Alexander Dubcek when he took Power last january was approved unanimously despite Sharp criticism from some Leadens. Enactment of the Law came on the eve of celebrations of the nations 50th anniversary of statehood. Most plague citizens remained indoors and quiet in response to their leaders warnings against any demonstrations which the soviets have Sand would bring the russian occupation troops Back into the cities. To get Only Public gathering was that of a crowd of several Hundred persons who clustered outside hrad Cany Castle to applaud Dubcek when he entered to attend the session of the National Assembly that gave the slovaks their place in the Sun. Some speakers sharply criticized the Long promised federalization Law. Victor Knapp spokesman for the new czech and slovak National Council which Drew up the Bill said it had shortcomings but a they can be overcome and i recommend it be the Low provides a Large degree of autonomy for Slovakia a 4 million inhabitants within a state with a Central Federal government in Prague. For More than a Century the slovaks have Felt they were dominated culturally and economically by the More prosperous 8 million czech ppe Aki inhabitants of Bohemia a Moravia. Ridge student parking separate Saigon gov t wants three Way talks Chestnut Ridge students and some buses now use this new parking lot situated not far off it. 56 in front of the High school. The lot was completed shortly after the Start of classes in september and has eliminated congestion in a lot at the rear of the school. £3 negro leaders urge strike to support school Boycott the slovaks had their own Republic Only Between 1939 and 1945, when Germain dictator Adolf Hitler broke up Czechoslovakia. The czechs of Bohemia and Moravia remained a protectorate of nazi Germany. Democratic sees his party winning control of House Harrisburg up a House democratic Leader Herbert Fine Roan predicting his party would1 win control of the House said sunday 14 subjects would come under a wide ranging investigation by a democratic House. Jux a a 730 of a a nov. 5 election showing on s�?T000 i school students in the Joliet Iii. Up a negro Illinois state . Community leaders saturday the class Boycott term have night called for a one Day j demand cd that police officers general strike monday by All j who allegedly struck negro Blacks living in the Joliet area students and parents be gusto support a dwindling 10-Day Pended from duty that All old classroom Boycott by negro students. The Call for the strike came at a rally attended by 300 persons in a Baptist Church. It was issued by the action committee a joint Effort of Community leaders and civil rights group. The committee urged negroes to stay Home from work monday in protest of a school discrimination and police those attending the rally also gave unanimous approval to the committee plan to Send telegrams to atty. Gen. Ramsey Clark and the department of Hearth education and welfare. The Telegram to hew asked j that a1 Federal funds allocated to the Joliet school District be Cut off because a Black students Are not receiving equal Opportunity in the Telegram to Clark asked the Justice department to launch in investigation of a Choel official and local police and prosecute a a any individual and group guilty of civil rights Joliet an Indus t Ai comm nil to of 83,000 residents some 40 Miles Southwest of Chicago no More than to per cent of whom Are negroes police said. School charges against the eight negroes arrested at West High be dropped and that school officials waive punishment of students accused of act of misconduct. Saigon up a a High ranking South vietnamese official said sunday the Saigon government wants a three Way conference Between South Vietnam and the United states and North Vietnam and that the National liberation front Elf could be part of the Hanoi delegation. The official information minister Tan that Thien told up in an interview South Vietnam would agree to the participation of the nil. Political of the Viet Cong As an integrated part of the North vietnamese delegation but not As a separate entity. A if we sit in Paris there will be three delegations a from South Vietnam Hanoi and the United states and no Elf As a the newspaper said its source was the chairman of the South vietnamese Senate Nguyen Huyen. The Paris talks resume wednesday and the meeting will be the last before the . Presidential elections. Paris dispatches sunday described the forthcoming session As Quot crucial a for president Johnson a Hopes for a breakthrough in to deadlocked negotiation a. Raids launched in Danang area Saigon up a the . J breakthrough in negotiation command sunday reported the i toward peace that might include heaviest american air raids a halt in the bombing of North delegation Quot Thien against North Vietnam in two Vietnam. Separated. Said. J weeks and announced two Large a if Hanoi wants to pick Allied operations against com anyone from the Elf As the number one number two or number three Man in their Thomas Swann 48 Dies lost legs at Anzio re 2 mrs. Annie Clark Everett re 3 William Clark Pittsburgh and Warren Clark. Chambersburg. A brother Jacob b. Cia a of Everett re 3, 26 grandchildren and 28 great grandchildren also survive. He was preceded in death by a daughter mrs. Lydia Effland. Funeral services 2 . Tuesday october 29 at the Union memorial Church with Rev. Charles e. Doll jr., officiating. Burial in Church cemetery. Friends May Call at the Conner funeral Home today monday from 4 to 9 30 and at the Church on tuesday from i . Until time of service. Ridge. Continued from Page i a the student who would sign his own slip usually would be the one to be caught violating another part of the driving sys Tom a a swivel commented. There have been very few violations. There Are about 25 cars in the student lot each Day which account for about 60 students who do no to ride buses. Several buses also use the student parking lot that has More than ample space for student cars. The lot May be paved at a future Date but for the remainder of this school year will retain is slate and shale surface. Ambulance. Continued from Page i delegation its non of our business. A but they will have to speak a representatives of there have been unconfirmed reports that . And North vietnamese diplomats at the Paris talks have been negotiating terms of an american proposal that would expand the talks to include South vietnamese and Elf officials. This would pave the Way for a full fledged peace conference and Thien said sunday South Vietnam a must play a leading role Quot in any such meeting. The Vietnam guardian a Saigon newspaper said South Vietnam is already getting ready for a peace conference base sting up a a peace talk 130 missions Monist forces near Danang american Headquarters said South Vietnam a second largest . Pilots flew 130 missions City. 1 against targets in North Viet in the Jungles along the Nam saturday destroying or cambodian Border 60 Miles Northwest of Saigon . Infantrymen counted 109 North vietnamese bodies on a Battlefield where a big enemy unit was lured into an american trap saturday and severely mauled. Fighting in the Battle was so close that one american clubbed a North vietnamese to death Kwh the Hutt of his m16 damaging 60 boats seven trucks eight Railroad cars and a Highway Bridge. It was the heaviest Day of raid since oct. 13 when 135 missions were flown. Radio Hanoi said North vietnamese forces scored direct hits saturday on the battleship new Jersey in the Gulf of Tonkin off the demilitarized Rifle and both sides were zone and a inflicted Lama a Quot pitching hand grenades at each to the big american Man of wan other. At least 38 North vietnamese broke into an american outpost. War communiques made it Clear Allied troops and planes were keeping the pressure on despite . Efforts to achieve a reports compiled from a la areas of the state showing As a Virtu City Ane negroes. Negro students began a classroom Boycott oct. 17 in ally certain Quot democratic gain. Do i air a i which 50 student s took part in seats from Philadelphia flu to try a Pittsburgh the hand and ass Coal regions and Central pm it to 440 Friday. The a Viva Ria Boycott began the Day after i clashes Between White and Thomas w. Swann subject which the democrats would bring under legislative scrutiny include the Delaware River port authority the report of the presidents commission on civil disorders manpower training hospitalization plans and Hospital fees and problems of workmen a compensation to include toe operation of the a Pine try a asthma program. Also Fin Aneina a of higher education organized crime and narcotics control status of tax exempt properties need for few Law on senior citizen housing strip mining political influence in the operation of state Curtilage the milk Industry change in Auto insurance Laws and commuter transportation. Fireman said the investigation would be a into subject in which Moat people agree that legislation must be enacted but in which there is no area of general accidents. Continued from Page i 17 Miles South of Bedford on it. 220 at 5.45 . Sunday. The Driver John Buffenmyer 59, was unhurt. Damage to his car was estimated at $500. Philip Zembower owner of the cows said each was Worth several Hundred dollars. The car hit one on the right Side one on the left. Lbs a a continued from Page i combat the new Nixon. Johmson said a the Choice you Are going to have to make nine Day from now is Olean As Crystal. A Wonit he one Bend there is a main from tote past a Veteran of tile time when americans problems were deferred and her needs were ignored a Man who tanks vaguely about ending the a wasteful programs we have begun together in our time a who gives his card Dalles views not in the Glare of Public scrutiny but in private letter to special interest groups. Negro students int he cafeteria at Joliet West High school. A general strike could hamper production at the Joliet army ammunition Plant a Caterpillar tractor co. Plant and . Steed facility and curtail certain supervisory activities at toe Suez canal Battle on saturday night kills 50 israelis israeli officials said sunday More than 50 israeli Sof afters were killed or wounded during an hours Long artillery Baillie across the Suez Canali saturday night. They charged toe egyptians had deliberately pinned the action for the jewish to ans had deliberately planned the action for toe jewish Sabbath when Many israeli troops were relaxing. The charge of an egyptian sneak Ait ack was made in Jerusalem where toe israeli Cabinet met Shafte Gen. Odd Bull chief . Truce supervisor flew form Jerusalem to Cairo to determine the by hone for the Battle that Cost both sidles heavy casualties. Israeli authorities said at least 15 israeli Soldier were killed and 35 wounded in the gun Duel that began on toe Suez Camail front in the Sinai sector just before dusk saturday and continued until 1 15 . Sunday. Two additional israeli soldiers were killed by egyptian commandos who crossed the canal Dur ing or immediately a filter to e barrage israeli officials said. These offic Dalls Gaud one egyptian commando was found dead along the canal and his body would be returned to the egyptians. Egyptian officials reported nine of their soldiers were Kirtles and nine slightly wounded in toe a tar Duel. The sem official Middle a Waist news Agency Mena said a even egyptian civilians Aliso were wounded. Israeli officials a Aid Oil storage tanks of the egyptian refinery Complex at Suez City had been set ablaze by the israeli gunfire. Thomas w. Swann who had both legs blown off by a mine at the Arizio beachhead but walked so Well few people knew it died saturday of a heart attack while Hunting pheasant. He had been Hunting with his son in Law Eugene Walters near Carlisle. He was 48. A native of Virginia he had lived in Bedford Valley since 1945, and despite his Handicap had worked As a Brazi it it at the Kenn Metal Plant the past la years. Or. Swann was born june 20, 1920, in Heathsville Virginia the son of or. And mrs. Thomas h. Swann who preceded him in death. He is survived by his wife Leona Hite Swann. They were both in the service she in the wac and he in the army when they were married in Newport Rhode Island on dec. 24, 1943. In january he went overseas and May 25, with Allied forces invading Italy he was wounded in the bitter Anzio Battle. In 1967, with the beginning of the hire the handicapped program he went to work at Kenn Metal and was there until his death. Or. Swann was a member of the american legion Post 113, and the Centerville methodist Church. A daughter mrs. Sharon Walters of Carlisle survives along with a Stepson air Force major Roger Dean Wilson of Terre haute Indiana and his two children Cynthia and Dean. Several Brothers and Sisters survive Edgar Swann Bessie Swann Franklin Swann and Ida Lee Swann All of Heathsville va., mrs. Virginia Stinehart and mrs. Aiese Wright of Baltimore my. He was the son in Law of or. And mrs. Thomas Hite Bedford re 3. Friends will be received at the Keller funeral Home from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 . Today. There will be no viewing at the Church. Services tuesday at 2 . At the Centerville methodist Church with the pastor the Rev. Fred c. Hickok officiating. Burial in the pos of a cemetery. Full military rites accorded by fort Bedford Honor guard. Amanda i. Beegle Amanda Irene Beegle 87, 225 Wood Street. Bedford died sunday october 27, 1968, in the clites nursing Home Bedford re 2. She was born March 5, 1881, in Morrison Cove a daughter of Solomon s. And Margaret Bowser Reighard. She was married to Martin s. Beegle who died july to. 1953. Surviving Are two children Glen Beegle Wood Street Bedford and Mildred wife of Ralph Dick Nevitt Wood Street bed Everett funeral director Lyn Ford Conner however 6aid there was no Chance he would attempt to cover a much broader area or to include Bedford. He conceded his business might extend to the Bedford environs but said it does go that far now in some oases. Conner \ not contacted by the committee. Conner who is conceded to have the most advanced equipment in the county is convinced a number of of Manak Homes will be forced from the ambulance business eventuality. He person feels his equipment will meet future and intends to continue standards for the foreseeable future and intends to continue his present service a Long As he can. The mayors committee met rioters damage Kennedy memorial London up a thousands j to the White Cement and Glass of Demon rotors staged the fronted building. Biggest anti american protest in British history sunday and scuffled with police trying to keep them from storming the . Embassy a homemade bomb wrecked the John f. Kennedy memorial at Runnymede. Several windows in a Ai de Street near the . Embassy were shattered with flying bricks As upwards of 30,000 marched through the Chilly Street of London for hours constantly chanting such slogans As Quot hoho Chi Minh Quot and. A a Down with american there was no damage to the embassy itself. Ib8p. Massive Security precautions a scud Wall of resistance in it and. A fore of nearly 17,000 efforts to arrange a substitute police equipped with helicopters service and eventually return and a Traxl boats prevented the is direct wars w1j demonstration from turning into a riot. They did not succeed and police did Little More than hold them Back despite some stick and fireworks that sailed into the Middle of the Blue uniformed cordon As it swayed Back and Forth during the shoving match. There had been fears that Tine demons action would explode into violence. A similar protest 18 months ago turned into a riot. One crowd of several Hundred marchers chanted Quot Hurrah Hurrah for lbs Quot when they approached the embassy sunday but when hey were close they suddenly clanged their chant to anti american slogan. They apparently thought the pro american ploy might get them through police cordons. The problem the funeral directors who had intended to go out of business oat. To agreed earlier to continue past the deadline. As Ford. Also surviving is one Broth of this weekend they Are Stiller Warren Reighard of South in businesses before and a Lyons Michigan. Five grandchildren and la great grandchildren also survive. Mrs. Beegle was a member of the Trinity lutheran Church of Bedford. Friends will be received in the Louis Geisel funeral Chapel from 2-4 . And 7-9 . Monday where funeral services will be held at 2 . Tuesday by the Rev. Richard Tome. Burial will be held in the Bedford cemetery. Parents will continue. Stone split a spokesman for the . Embassy described toe bomb attack on the Granite Kennedy memorial at rur Mamede where toe Magna Carta was signed As one of the key problems is a Quot Wanton act which seems toe unwillingness of any diner incredible in this Day and Kenneth c. Musselman William r. Clark William r. Clark 85, Everett re 3, died sunday october 27, 1968 at his Home. He was born july 2, 1883 in West Providence township a son of the late George and Catherine Deberia Clark. He was married to Sarah Jane Clark Clark on july 31, 1910 who survives. In addition to his wife he is survived by five children mrs. Lula Diehl Hollidaysburg re 2 mrs. Catherine Dicken Clear Villi Kenneth c. Musselman sr., of Claysburg died suddenly saturday october 26, 1963 at 8 30 . In the office of or. Edward Schultz. He was born at Claysburg re on july 20, 1920, a son of Fred and Bessie Claar Musselman. On april 15, 1944 he married the former Idebelle Teeter in Claysburg. He is survived by his wife and six children Kenneth jr., of East Freedom re David currently with the Navy in Newport Rhode Island George of Duncansville re Penny Vickie and James at Home. Five grandchildren his Mother of Claysburg re and to Brothers and Sisters also survive mrs. Florence Gonsman Fred and r. Earl All of Claysburg mrs. Gertrude Claar of Claysburg re mrs. Betty Knicley of Mckee mrs. Thelma Clark of Hollidaysburg re Charles of Brunswick Ohio mrs. Annabelle Yoder Syracuse Indiana mrs. Viola Zembower North Tonawanda new York and mrs. Violet Osbun Lincoln Park new Jersey. Or. Musselman was a Veteran of world War ii and served with the Navy in the South Pacific he was employed by the Samuel Rea shops in Hollidaysburg. He was a member of the upper Claar Church of the Brethren Claysburg re. Aso a member of the american legion Post 522 and a member of the Claysburg Volunteer fire company. Funeral services will be held tuesday october 29, at 2 . In the upper Claar Church of the Brethren Claysburg re. Interment following in the upper Claar cemetery with the Rev. T. L. Dively officiating. Military services will be conducted at the graveside by the Claysburg american legion Pott 522. Friends will be received in the Leslie funeral Home from to . Monday until 9 . And after to . On tuesday. Tor to relinquish toe ambulance business to another. None will retire so Long As another remains. As the impossibility of providing a new Community service became Clear one local director indicated he planned to stay in Busine a. All seven Lead signed an agreement to go out of business but that agreement is not binding he feels. Another area director reportedly plans to stay in business regardless. Funeral directors and the mayors committee visited Somerset where a Community ambulance service has been in operation for Over two year. Membership support toe operation with two full time paid operator and other paid Drivers on Call the Cost of a membership has risen from $3 or $4 to about $2 More one funeral director said. The committee Felt it was impossible to operate toe same system in a smaller area like Bedford but a funeral director commented that under pressure Ether communities have done it. It said another american vessel was hit and set afire but there was no confirmation from the . Command. The two new operations in South Vietnam Southwest of Danang involved hundreds of . Marines South vietnamese infantrymen. South vietnamese National police and South korean marines. Industry. Continued from Page i lion to $41,040,000 a a record amount. Impressive gain have been made in the ten year period with employ men increasing to percent wages and salaries 178 percent and value of production by 320 percent with most of the changes occurring since 1962. Bedford township and the Borough of Everett Are the major Industrial area in the county. In 1967 toe township bad 991 people working in 6 establishments with a payroll of $5 1/3 million while Everett showed 593 workers in 4 plants earning $2.4 million. Copies of the report for individual counties May be obtained without charge upon written request to the Bureau of statistics Pennsylvania department of Commerce Harrisburg Penns Ylva Ania 17120. The memorial to the assassinated president set up in May 1965, May be damaged beyond repair. Quot the Stone is split right Down the Center a said Williaim Rixon Warden for the National Trust which care for Runnymede. It was not immediately Clear whether the attack on the memorial was connected with the London March. Police Calm All in All both marchers and police remained Calm and even Good Humoured although there was at ease 45 minutes in front of the . Embassy when some of toe demonstrators time and time again tried to push their Way through a police cordon 15 men deep in Ain attempt to get Nixon. Continued from Page i Catherine Swank mrs. Catherine Shaffer Swank 89, died at Home in Gladwyne a. October 26, 1968. She was born May to 1879 in Johnstown. She was preceded in death by her husband Berkey Swank formerly a resident manager at the fort Bedford inn from 1947-1951. She was the daughter of the late Casper Louis and m. Catherine Lentz Shaffer of Johnstown. Surviving Are two children mrs. John Clark of Gladwyne and mrs. Ray Marsh of Niagara Falls new York. Also surviving Are a brother Edward Shaffer of Silver Springs Maryland and a sister mrs. Susan Woolley Clarion a. Two grandchildren Berkey and Vallerie Clark and one great grandchild John Knowels Clark also survive. Mrs. Swank was a member of the holy Trinity lutheran Church in Greenville a. Friends will be received from 24 and 79 . Monday at the Barefoot funeral Home. Or. Peter Broth of Greenville and Rev. Richard l. Tome will officiate at the funeral tuesday Aill . At the funeral Home. Burial will be in the Berkey cemetery. Costing american live and if toe president determines that these conditions have been met by toe North vietnamese then i will support his order to atop the bombing Quot Nixon said. But he added that ending the bombing of North Vietnam was the a highest Trump cd in our negotiators hands Quot and said a it should not be wasted or played some of the solutions now being offered to end the War a Are no solutions at All Quot Nixon said. A chief among these i the scheme to impose a coalition government on South Vietnam Quot he said. A not Only is this totality unacceptable to our South vietnamese allies it also would be Only Tinty disguised Wallace. Continued Horn Page i dwindling from 20 to 15 per cent the former Alabama governor renewed Hia attack on the polls which he said Are controlled by a Eastern Money interests Quot that want to ensure the election of Richard Nixon. Wallace said if elected he would ask Congreve to Amesti a Gate the polls. Dairy dells Coupon Sale save $1.00 Southern Fried Chicken bucket 15 pieces Chicken i pint Cole Slaw i Doz. Butter milk biscuits regular 3.95cr.2.95 barrel 21 pieces Golden Brown Chicken regular 4_95 a Pon Dairy Dell Coupon save a a Dollar with this Coupon $1.00 off regular Price bucket or barrel Only Good Only oct. 29-30-31 Taki out Only Dairy dells Bedford and Everett drive in 623-6762 s. Juliana St. 623-5488 Everett 652-5883

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