Bedford Daily Gazette in Bedford, Pennsylvania
6 Sep 1968

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6 Sep 1968

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Bedford Daily Gazette (Newspaper) - September 6, 1968, Bedford, Pennsylvania Bedford Gazette the weather mostly Cloudy and Cool with scattered showers highs in the 70s. Decreasing cloudiness with showers ending today or tonight and Early saturday. Fair and cooler saturday. Established 180s�?vol. 163, no. 294bedford, ra., Friday september 6, 1968 single copy ten cents four miss America hopefuls county animals in Competition at Cambria fair a total of 30 county animals will compete saturday in tile annual 4-h District Dairy show at the Cambria county fair Ebensburg. The entries will represent four Breed s Holstein Guern sey Jersey and Brown Swiss. Judging saturday will begin at 9 . And the following order is scheduled Guernsey Ayrshire Brown Swiss Jersey and . Animal that Abow Well saturday will be eligible to compete sept. 23 in the Pennsylvania Junior Dairy show in Harrisburg. Bruce Snider of Limiter re and r Chard Smith of new Enterprise re Bath have two entire in Holstein judging saturday. Snider will show a three year and an aged cow while Smith Wim enter the intermediate calf a re two Yea r old cow classes. Wayne Ritchey of Hopewell re also has a two year old while Darlene Ritchey of Hopewell has a four year old. Charles Baker of friends Cove has a senior yearling and David Hershberger and David Baker of new f Niter prise each have a Perior calf. Jonell Snider of Linier re has a Junior calf As Doe Kay Baker of friends Cove. Leslie Baker and Allen Black of Woodbury re each have a Junior yearling Holstein entry. In Brown Swiss classes yokum of Everett re a a i a a mrs a Virginia a Brown eyed senior calf and aged cow. Dean Brunette who started singing y Kum. A brother has a Junior iroc n to tunes in the fir t yearling and aged cow while Kra be. Wednesday night won the rehearsed in convention Hall Dennis yokum another brother opening round Talent comped and the evening gown group a i of has a Junior yearling Tion at the miss America met with the pan Quot of judges. Beth Snider of new enter-1times judge quits Dirksen under police guard . Troops to stay at european bases Washington up a de the Sentinel to be built by Dize possible sovet talks to daring that military Power is the mid-1970s at an ultimate limit the arms race. He said a a a the foundation of peace de-1 Cost of $5 billion or More is position of substantial strength Quot sense Secretary Clark Clifford designed to protect the United is the Best from which to Quot miss America Quot hopefuls among the Early arrivals to Atlantic City for the annual a Mise America pageant Quot were these four Loveli from Lef Charlotte Warwick West Virginia Leslyn Huple Ohio Janet Hatfield Kentucky and Katherine Field Indiana. Miss Virginia wins Talent Competition Atlantic City . Up lids divided into three group so those competing the swimsuit Corn Petit Ion bad the afternoon off. The Talent contestants re has a Junior calf and miss Iowa beat out 18 other the six_n1an three woman aged cow entries while two Sia lovelies to take first in the Panei saw the contestants in tors. Be Meta and Barbara each swimsuit category. I groups of threes for to minutes Hale shop Yeai old cow in a crowd of 6,027 watched the each. Following the interviews first of three evenings of All 17 met informally with the preliminary Competition in con fudges for half an hour Veri Tion Hall. I originally there were to be to miss Virginia Cherie Suzanne judges but the pageant an Davis the 19-year-old daughter bounced wednesday that Char of a Clifton forge va., Curtis women a news the show. Berry Snider also i is a Junior calf. Ray Price of new Paris re has an interred ate calf entry. Wayne Koontz of friends Cove will enter a three year old and aged cow in Jersey judging while Nancy Koontz a sifter has entries in the senior yearling and aged cow classes. Stephen Beegle of friends Cave has senior calf and aged cow Jersey entries. Washington up a sen. Everett m. Dirksen disclosed thursday that he had been i under guard by police intermit j gently for the last six months because of threats against his life. The Senate Republican Leader told newsmen the last assassination threat occurred just before the democratic National convention and he was guarded constantly by secret service and Fri agents and local policemen while he was at Home in Illinois last week. Dirksen told of three specific instances where Law enforcement officials had warned him of threats against his life and assigned guards to follow him to the grocery the Hospital and on Campaign trips. The last he said was on aug. 24, two Days before the d Emeer a tic cd n v Elution opened. Heavily guarded a i was supposed to have been assassinated in my office Quot he sad. Dirksen said police detectives the sheriffs Force the Fri and secret service All guarded him and arranged to have him met by Ether officers when he arrived in Chicago the following monday. Dirksen said the guards followed him throughout the week during a series of Illinois Campaign appearances and at one Point he asked them to Lay off when he was scheduled to visit a Small country town. A a but they told me a you have just exactly nothing to say about it sir a Quot Dirksen said. He said police told him the would be Assassin knew the exact moment during the week that he left Decatur on a charter flight to Chicago. The guards he said left him last thursday when he told them Quot look i done to need you any about a month before that Dirksen said the sheriff of thursday exempted the sent Nel anti ballistic missile system from defense budget cuts and made Clear that Large numbers of . Troops will stay in Europe for some time. Speaking before the National press club Clifford said the soviet invasion of Czechoslovakia has Quot clearly demonstrated that significant american military presence in Western Europe is still needed because traditional tune to be used in miss America pageant Atlantic City . Up a the miss America pageant announced thursday it was bowing to Public pressure and would use the song Quot there she is miss american this year after All. Albert a. Marks jr., the pageants executive director. Made the announcement at a nearby Louden county va., news conference Only hours i knocked on hts door one night before the second night of and told him Quot there a a Man i. A a. Preliminary Competition was to i who wants to blow your head1 of t a i get under Way in convention mayor John v. Lindsay also states against a possible negotiate. Cd Nese communist missile t. Attack. It would also guard ? s a a 1 reason Quot the against accidental launch of a. States is going ahead few soviet missiles and could be1 n. A Vel Merit of Mui tip e adapted of give added protect warhead but declined Tion for u. S. Offensive missiles co Merten reports Russia against soviet attack. A has Bee conducting test Clifford exempted it from us missiles cuts expected to total $3 billion asked whether he would which Are to be made n this Rema it a in office if vice years nearly $80-billion defense president Hubert ii. Humphrey a a budget. The cuts Are the be Eccl Clifford said he Warsaw pact forces Are in a Pentagon a share of $6 billion in ,2u�?Td stay a in Bas in no Ai Quot very High state of i savings which Congress ordered a the pres Dent of the United the defense Secretary also the Federal government to make states Quot ask him. Said the United states is in a when it approved president he said negotiations to get stronger pos Tion now than it Johnson a income tax Surch Back the 82 men of the Pueblo was six months ago Quot to bring arge. From North Korea a Gill take our vietnamese involvement to Clifford dismissed arguments patience Quot but this is the Way a satisfactory i that the Sentinel would Jeo por Well get them Back Lindsay commissioner warn . Police officers new York up a new i Ful Quot of civilian dressed officers j Quot Wallace for president Button York City a mayor and police but witnesses to the attack and shouting Quot White Power commissioner shocked and estimated the total number at and Quot White tigers eat Black Between 150 and 200. A a it h e attacked the noting that As a member of negroes and a few White worried by the attack of 150 off duty policemen and civilians on a dozen Black Panther panty members in a Brooklyn courthouse. Laid Down a warning to the City a enforcement officers thursday if you violate the heavy rain causes of accidents on county roads locomotive Engineer performed an operatic aria entitled Quot my heart at thy Sweet voice from Samson and Delilah. Plans to be Singer a Junior majoring in voice at the Shenandoah conservatory of music miss Davis says she began her music career by i singing such tunes As dog and Quot Blue suede shoes before fellow first graders. She plan to make singing her career. A a 13 j miss Iowa Susan Alane county Odds Thompson. Of Dos Moines. I sports a curvy figure of 36-24-36. N. The Blue eyed blonde is a music rain retained to the county education major at Drake thursday and with it came the h ref i Cru Ca a a i a at the do finalists in the pageant editor of the new York times had withdrawn. No reason was Given. Pageant official s appeared unconcerned about a veers reports a it bout a new York women a group which announced plans to picket the contest and Burn women a undergarments in Hannh i protest it was not known what they planned to pretest. A a the pageant Bas the largest television audience of and commercially sponsored event Quot said one pageant official a so its bound to attract publicity usual of accidents. Racks 6reported two tale noon wu1 have come red in so Imsu a crashes while state police at evening gowns and Talent District deaths obituaries on Page 16� Brooks. Mrs. Edna i., Huntingdon. Boore Minnie l., 82. Bedford. Mitchell. Spec. 6 Byron j., 24. New Paris. Wilson Lloyd new Haven wednesday afternoon the Tina Conn. Everett Barrack on the turn a on saturday night Pike noted five accidents be judr6s do not announce tween i and 6 . A evening gown preliminary the first county crash occur a Eminem i at 3 30 . On it. 220 just North of the Chicopee restaurant North of Bedford. State police identified Drivers As Barbara Egolf 39, of Alum Bank and Wayne d. A , 18, of Alum Bank. The car operated by the woman went out of control on a curve spun around twice hit guard rails and then the front of the Valentine Cair state police said damage totalled $1,100, but despite an increase in initial ital transportation Werner there were no injuries. Claims because of the departure Continental of Bedford. Hove of trucking firms and Lay offs in Ever some of the Drivers have the steel and Boot and shoe in j remained and will be employed Dis tries August showed no locally. Sharp Rise in unemployment in Lay offs at Bethlehem steel the county. Johnstown also have affected statistics from the Bedford the county As a number of men office of employment Security living Here Are employed by showed initial claims last the Plant. The Boot and shoe i month totalled 322 compared to Dusty Lay off is usual for late 282 in August 1967 and 284 for summer and reflects no real no Rise in county unemployment the other county crash occurred at 3 55 . On it. 30 West of Bedford near Lakewood. Shrey 18, of Schellsburg re said he attempted to avoid an unidentified fish ailing Auto As he off the Highway and onto the Ord Mostoller property. A Mailbox was snapped and some Lawn damage was reported. Auto damage was $150. Shi Hall. Quot at first the pageant committee in line with its new concept had decided against continuing with the a it Nihil standby Quot Quot i did no to want anybody to blow my head off because the Flowers were in Bloom and they need me a he 9aid. Quot i told him that whoever this creature is i Marks said. Quot but a swell of Hope he wait till the Frost Public interest swayed the Issue i comes and the barn Swallow s toward the nostalgic Are Marks said an agreement was the sheriff he said told him reached thursday with the songs composer Bernie Wayne to use again the tune traditional Climax of the pageant since 1955. When Marks announced last june that the tune Wras being a a we be the following saturday when Dirksen and his wife went to the Market to o uniformed officers trailed them to and from his Home he said. In another instance Dirksen replaced he received hundreds j said he went to Walter Reed of letters of protest complaining army medical Center Here for a the pageant would not be the i routine checkup and spotted a same without it. Military policeman waiting for the song that would have i him. He said the policeman at replaced Quot there she is miss j first refused to Tell him Why he american was Quot look at Here was there who he was or who she a our miss America a assigned him. But As he was Marks said the new song would leaving the my to a him Quot in a still be used but Only when the Here because of you. There a a new miss America slips on her j Man who wants to kill Crown and Robe. Master of ceremonies Bert Parks will sing Quot there she is miss american As the new Queen takes the traditional walk Down the 140-foot runway saturday night. The presidents commission on civil disorders he helped write a report which Quot warned of the sympathizers As they tried to get off an elevator in the criminal court bundling where students out teacher school Board contract disputes kept 64,000 Michigan Tyrone Man is arrested charged Delford d. March 34, Tyrone re 4 was arrested and taken to Huntington county jail following a Shotgun shooting tuesday involving his wife. He was charged with assault children Cut of classrooms j with intent to kill. His wife. Thursday. Down to the wire be i Elsie 30. Underwent major sur got nations were held in Phi ladle Gery tuesday evening in the phia to Avert a strike of 12,500 Tyrone Hospital in an Effort to Lindsay at one Point in his teachers in opening Day Friday save her badly injured right leg. Statement mentioned a a hand said he was a very worried the attack on members of the militant negro organization wednesday was possibly part of a current of lawlessness Quot running across the Lindsay and police commissioner Howard r. Leary made separate statements to denounce the attack and warn officers that the commissioner Quot will t Eka Deia the Nad mg7 v Quot will take immediate and vigorous actions against any individual member of the Force who has violated the Law or a departmental regulation including criminal prosecution if that is warranted by the Quot this kind of lawlessness undermines Public Confidence in our police a Lindsay said. Quot and it May encourage others to take the Law into their own hands. Receives report Quot there can be no safety no Law no order and no Justice unless we Are absolutely sure that this kind of ugly incident ices not happen again in this Lindsay made his statement at a news conference which he called after receiving a preliminary investigation report from Leary that confirmed policemen had taken part in the attack. A spokesman for the mayor said City Hall had Quot no specific information As to How Many off duty policemen were Black White polarization Tak a hearing was in Progress for ing place in the nation a three members of the militant Lindsay said the Brooklyn Black nationalist organization attack was Quot possibly part of cute of the panthers and a currents running across tile White girl suffered Scalp wound country. And another Panther said a Quot i am very worried about kicked in the statement to twists rest Fez huh i Quot not message to All police precincts a and was to be read at to low0f i 3x0s consecutive Roll Calls. He said the department a will not Hubert h. Humphrey made it tolerate any unlawful actions on Clear thursday he would not the part of individual police 36ek the presidency on a pledge officers on or off duty Andly Flower taxes when the situation warrants economist Robert Nathan a violators will be policy adviser to the democrats e commissioner said off tic presidential candidate speaking for Humphrey said a tax Cut is not in the Outlook at duty policemen had like All citizens the a right to peaceably assemble and but least until 1971 or 1972. Nathan demonstrations which Quot Are de-1 said Humphrey might even ask signed to intimidate the court Congress to continue the to per Are not legitimate exercises of cent income tax surcharge such a constitutional i which expires june 30 unless the policemen Many armed extended especially if the Viet with rubber blackjacks wearing Nam War is still going on then. California youth donates heart by United press International several years and had an a frantic Telephone Call and a operation for that condition two predawn private air plane ago. Thursday brought a dying1 he went to Houston two California teen Ager to Houston weeks ago for consultation. To donate his heart to a stricken Quot the doctors there told him abutment for overhead Bridge completed continued on Page 18 july of this year. The latest trucking firm to leave the county was con Tivnen aircraft company employee. James Elbert Singleton 47, of he probably would live Only six months and they would Recap fort Worth received the heart mend a transplant a Linda said from Paul Craig Mason 17, of a part of his heart had stopped petition presented to re open Hughes Case judge Richard c. Snyder Ling act. In his edition and Tes wednesday marring heard Tes Timony Timony on a Petit on by Roy Lewis g. Hughes to re open his Case after six years in the Western Penitentiary. Hughes convicted of burglary in 1962 after holding Deputy Owen Saylor hostage att gunpoint in the Woods was returned for the hearing in the court House. He was escorted to the court House by ii it policemen wednesday morning. Hughes was sentenced to a 2-to-4-year term in the Penitentiary after pleading guilty. His petition asks that the plea be dismissed if it is the Case would probably be re opened and a new trial held. He was later caught two Days after escaping from Rock View in May 1965, and re sen fenced after return to Western Penitentiary. An earlier petition was dismissed Here. This one was accepted by judge Snyder under tile new posit conviction hear Hughes change from last year. New applications in accordance with the Lay offs were up last month total of 331 compared to a year ago 259 for August. However the figure for August 1968 still remained below the 380 total for july. The Active file total Job seekers fell from 1,247 a year to 816. The figure is Given for a two month period and is the same for july and August of averred this year. That his confession was gained total weeks claimed last under duress and that he was to Nib Rose to 1,212 from 1,039 not warned of his right not to i in july but the figure was a bet inc laminate him a if and that he had no counsel. Hughes said he was surrounded by As Many As eight policemen for a period of six hours and finally confessed when one told him it would Quot go easy on him of he did. Attorney Mont in Riliey for the defense and District attorney Gordon e. Stroup will submit briefs in which the judge will base his decision. Judge Snyder Aliso accepted two agreements Between counsel to Settle cases against a re a men. Gary Lee stiff Lier Bedford re i charged with a burglary at Everett beverage and Ronald r. Barefoot Imler charged with fraudulent conversion against Daniels motor freight were the defendants. Payments were made and the charge dropped. Term than the 1,411 total for August 1967. The Bedford county fair again accounted for a Sharp Rise in Job placements. Total placements last month were 416 of which 244 we Ere carried Aspe no Anent. There were 450 placements in August 1967, but 317 were temporary or Short time. There were 169 placements in july most of them permanent. A Check of the 816 persons seeking work showed about 300 of them were students seeking pail time work. Am but about to of the remaining 500 were men. Women for employment at $1.25 As maids and housekeepers Day work continue in critical demand. Also needed Are men and women for work in county motels hotels and restaurants. Long Beach calif., in the worlds 41st heart transplant operation. A methodist Hospital spokesman said Singleton was pro working completely. He Singleton told us there was no Chance he would survive without a the operation was the 12th grossing satisfactorily. The i heart transplant in Houston surgical learn was headed by nine of them Are still alive. Ten or. Michael Debakey his of the operations were per second transplant operation in formed by or. Denton Cooley less than a week. Takes first Steps Good news in the form of one of the transplant patients optimistic Hospital reports were William c. Carroll 50. Of issued to other recent trans j Scottsdale ariz., was transplant patients in Cleveland erred from the maximum Pittsburgh and Sao Paulo isolation area where he had Brazil. And in Houston another been since the transplant patient took his first Steps since operation saturday at Metho receiving a new heart last dist to an adjacent room. He saturday. Walked 50 feet to the room. I masons parents were told first Steps since the surgery. Wednesday night their son had the Das i incas Hospital in suffered irreparable brain a Sao Paulo said Hugo Orlandi Mage in a motorcycle Accident 42, who got in a new heart in a tuesday. Multi transplant operation tues Quot How can i reach or. Day was in Good condition. Debakey Quot asked mrs. Sarah Orlandi received the heart of a suicide victim Agger Alves 39, whose kidneys and pancreas were also used in transplant Mason his Stepmother. A Telephone Call to or. Debakey set up the operation. Ai private Jet flown by a Baylor operations. University College of Medicine the Hospital said thursday surgeon was flown to Long i Cornea taken from Alveus had Beach calif., to pick up the also been transplanted in an i youth. Unidentified patient. The plane was donated by a texan who said he wished to remain Anonymous. Mason was accompanied by Dewlett h. Lawson 51, Ohio first heart transplant patient sat up in bed and was reported progressing As expected this big a ditch that Borders West Pitt Street Bedford will be filled with Concrete and will serve As an abutment for an overhead Bridge. Excavation began tuesday and was completed wednesday. Digging for a similar abutment on the other South Side of it. 30 will begin next week. The two abutments will support a two Lane Highway that will be a part of the new it. 220 by pass of Bedford. Barriers Aud barrels were placed to keep both pedestrians and vehicles out of the excavation. Ibis parents or. Aad mrs. Dale Lawson s heart transplant came Mason and a doctor. The youth wednesday when the Organ of died shortly before the opera mrs. Barbara Smith 25, of Tion began at 6 30 . Arkansas was donated. Singleton an employee of Ben Anolik 46, a former general dynamics corp., entered the Hospital aug. 28, after doctors in fort Worth told him hts Case was hopeless. His daughter Linda 17, said her fatties had suffered from j and was hardening of Tine arteries for splendidly. Boxing promoter who received his new heart saturday m Pittsburgh walked for the second straight Day. Anolik has been Given a television to watch reported a doing

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