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Daily Bedford Gazette (Newspaper) - April 3, 1965, Bedford, Pennsylvania Ski Bedford Gazette the weather mostly sunny and High fair and not so cold established 163 april 1965 single copy ten cents Everett or builds rolling Stock British Rule out Purchase of us plane London up Britain labor government has decided against buying an american plane to replace a British supersonic Jet bomber now destined for the authoritative sources said the sources said the govern ment has changed its mind about buying the american swing Wing formerly known As the instead the British Hope to develop a joint project with the French to meet the needs of both nations air losses High in Viet Battles South Viet Nam up vietnamese troops flown into combat by helicopters killed an estimated 329 Viet Cong communists in two Battles ending but american losses also were and vietnamese Mili tary spokesmen said four army men and two Marine officers were killed and 23 oth cancer experts say antismoking rap hurts research two former Erl Lackawanna passenger coaches arrived recently at the Everett the pair and another coach Interior shot below will serve the tourist line that will open this officials also Are seeking a caboose and a a steam engine is being repaired in Somerset the coach below came from the Reading Railroad and is in better condition than the Erie both the Erie coach and the Reading coach in the foreground were luxury coaches at the time of their riders in the Reading coach Are directors of the Washington teen physicians protested to a Senate committee Friday that the surgeon generals report linking cigarettes and lung can or americans wounded in the three Days of fighting in two vietnamese losses in both Battles totalled 37 dead and 20 the two engagements broke a two week Lull in fighting Here and were welcomed by officials because in both cases the government forces took the Ini but the american deaths brought the total of servicemen killed in combat Here another 126 americans have been killed in noncombat Inci the fighting took place in widely separated parts of South Viet but both combat zones were within a Short Dis Tance of the two major concen personnel in Saigon and Dacer was hurting the cause of Basic cancer three doctors testified in per son at a hearing on proposals to require a health warning on cigarette package four teen others sent written state ments to be read at the com mites final Public some attacked the Assumption that cigarette smoking is a major causative Factor in cancer of the but All said that even if it were proved to be the Public Assumption that cigarettes cause lung cancer hurts the Causa of Basic re search into the nature of the i feel that a grave disservice is being rendered the study of the disease by the Assumption that the cause has been said Raymond j a surgeon at Wayne state University school of med Hiram a Ches surgeon at the University of 111 Innis College of said All available evidence leads to me to conclude that we soil Lont know the cause or causes of cancer of the Bernice Sachs of be president of the american medical women Aid the cause of lung cancer Las not been scientifically is but she said she doubted that a warning Label on cigarettes would discourage anyone from t rat ions of Viet Nam in Hau Nghia Only 20 Miles West of Heli copters swooped Down on a concentration of 200 communist guerrillas thursday and kept up their support through the end of the Battle two army helicopters were downed in the the casualty toll was four army men killed and six the rocket firing helicopters Battle was a count of bodies in Quang Miles from tin 30 Danang and 360 Miles North of the offi Cial estimate of communist losses was 300 helicopters used that action started wednes when government Para troopers in Marine Heli copters swarmed Down on the reported positions of two communist the overwhelming majority of the Cong dead were killed in air the american losses were two Marine officers killed 1st Wendell and 1st James and 14 marines and 3 army men in both the communists apparently were caught by Surprise and had to stand and fight instead of disappearing in to their mangrove swamp hide the Battles were the first such engagements Between the Viet Cong and the government troops in More than two american military officials considered it significant that the Lull was broken by Goy killed 29 officials Ern ment initiated actions Rath although in neither i or than Viet Cong Scranton note As it will be gop that passes rights Bill Washington up sen ale Republican Leader Everett Dirksen and Pennsylvania William Scranton said Friday the Republican minority in Congress will be responsible for passage of the voting rights t9 1vo gop leaders made to resume monday steel talks off while Union pleas studied bomb threat clears Philly courthouse Philadelphia up the sixth threat in recent weeks against judge Juanita Kidd who has been cracking Down on juvenile resulted Fri Day in the evacuation of the Phil Adelphia county court where she judge Stout ordered the building emptied after Sandra a court received a Call from an adult male that a bomb had been planted in the a search revealed no the evacuation lasted 30 miss Hoskins told sheriffs George Staab that the caller said he bomb would blow up judge judge Clifford Scott Green and All the rest of the people who work in the the previous threats against illegal for minors a warns about cigarette sales judge Stout were attributed to county District attorney Gor Don Stroup is investigating re ports of illegal Sale of tobacco and cigarettes to Stroup reported receiving com plaints from various school officials and Borough councils in the sections 647 and 648 of the pen Al code make such offences a mis Demeanour and provide penalties of a Fine up to five Hundred Dol Lars and imprisonment not exceeding one or Section 647 prohibits the Sale or furnishing of tobacco in any form to minors under the age of 16 years Section 648 prohibits the Sale or furnishing of cigarettes Bedford youth injured in Accident on 30 John of Bedford Friday evening was reported in satisfactory condition in Bedford county memorial Hospital where face is being treated for injuries suffered in a thursday evening Auto state police reported his Auto went out of control on 30 near Greenland Lodge and struck a one report indicated Suter was pursued by two other both of the Accident investigation is state police rebels to meet up con Golese rebel leaders will meet Here to organize and coordinate the revolutionary a reel spokesman said Suter suffered minor injuries to the Arm and Back in the crash he received rays in the Hospital damage to suters car was no estimate of damage to Railroad equipment was Suter is a student in Bedford High state police set the time of the crash at a spokesman at Bedford county memorial Hospital also reported miss Meredith who a injured Early wednesday mor Ning fleeing a fire that threatened Union was reported in satisfactory condition Fri Day miss Steckman fell Down a Fligh of Steps and was one of approx mately eight persons evacuate from the hotel when the adjoin ing wig Fields shoe building a Enactor Tom Neal held in wife death Palm up actor Tom who once beat up Franchot tone in o any person under 21 years of a Battle Over a blonde of was jailed Friday on suspicion Stroup asked cooperation of murder in the fatal shooting persons in abiding by these provi of nos ions of the penal code and asked1 a enforcement officers to exercise vigilance so that any Vio actors May be vigorously prosecute d according to he noted recent state and fed eral medical reports indicating a definite relationship Between smoking and Charles Secretary of health for the Commonwealth of has accordingly us statute a a comprehensive Educa ional program designed to emphasize the dangers of especially among our younger Citi it also seems appropriate Dur ing which is cancer Cru Sade that an additional warning be presented to our Citi Stroup in line with this educational program and to further discourage smoking among Young the District attorneys office wishes to remind All especially merchants and that it is a criminal offence to sell or fur Nish tobacco or cigarettes to min Progress hearing on Ray town set up the army engineers announced Friday that a Public hearing will be held May 12 at Juniata College to report on the Progress of the Ray town dam project South o Joseph manager of the and John civilian will be the chief speak they will report on work completed so far and will outline Gail was shot in the left Temple with a 45cal Iber automatic shortly before police the body was found on a sofa in the living room of neals had called Beverly Hills attorney James Cantillon who drove to Palm Springs and surrendered the onetime actor to now a landscape Gard has made no statement to police who held him without the Pittsburgh up steel contract negotiators met for two hours Friday morning but cancelled a scheduled afternoon to give the Industry time to digest the unions de they agreed to resume collective bargaining at 10 before the Start of the Days session an Industry source said the top negotiators had Dis cussed tentative plans to step up Tempo of the talks and meet on and per haps being night sessions next the source the Industry asked to have the weekend free in order to study the 18point proposal of the United steelworkers Union us on major wage and fringe benefits the Union completed presenting the package there were various estimate of the value of the package ranging from about 50 cents an hour Over the life of proposed three year contract chief features were reported t plans for future phases of the weapon was not but police did find a spent 45 Caliper Shell on the floor of the iving police said the marriage was the second for his first wife died in 1958 n Palm apparently of include two pay raises of cents an hour and expanded sick and Accident Bene jobless payments and pen the current three year Stee contract expires april wit the Union free to Send members on strike the follow District death obituary on Page 8 Horace Freedom Lincoln pen Wood guest native of in friends will be received the Edward Blackburn Funer after 7 this he statement to the National i better say conference of Republican worn society the great controlled in the same audience that Scranton said the gop can thursday heard former Goj reach agreement on such issues presidential nominee Barry sound fiscal a firm Goldwater assail the voting foreign sound local and rights Bill As j state and human neither Dirksen nor Scranton the he made any Tuters attack on the a cosponsor of the said republicans were Tak ing the in Day against the big 11 asic steel producing com the american Iron and Stee a statute rated employment osts in the Industry at an including an average hourly wage of plus fringe the leadership in pushing Bill through Congress in the spirit of Abraham Scranton credited Dirksen and other republicans with provid ing the leadership for passage of the 1964 civil rights the same leadership will do a wonderful Job this Scranton without them it be Dirksen also attacked presi Dent Johnsons concept of great its strange that the great society makes so Little use of the words Freedom and Liber he when you talk about the great society youd Are these four the time has come to say that the Rha Jority party is responsible for the failures which Dot our National Scranton Brush up on Hula Honolulu up personnel employed by Hawaii exhibit at the new York worlds fair Ara taking a course in Huha make sure they All dance the same the it is All a part of the orientation for the 30 people employed at the exhibit As guides and they All know How to Hula Al but most of them have Learned different styles and Hava developed different Many seeking Board posts Ridge faces school Battle a total of 16 candidates Are run Ling in primary elections for school directors at Large in Chest Lut Ridge merged school nine candidates will be on the Republican ballot and seven on he democratic voters in both parties will select three can the six survivors will face Ach other in the fall republicans Are Quentin East Clair township Edward pleasant Ville Ira Jack West Clair township Floyd hol Juniata Cloyd Napier John Schellsburg Donald East Clair township Donald Union township and Mike Lincoln town the ballot order will be Fergus Amick and democrats in primaries Are Edgar East Clair township Alfred East Clair township Warren Napier township Carl Juniata township Homer Blairsville Charles and Oble sni King the ballot order for democrats will be grif Ickes and voters in each of the present 11 school districts comprising the merger will vote for at Large i regardless of whether an individual District has a candidate residents at one of the 12 original will vote with King voters in West Clair and Napier townships also will vote on candidates to represent their town ships on the merged neither township previously elected a merged Board there is no Democrat candidate in West Clair while John Wissinger is running on the democratic ticket in Napier republicans have Milton troops in West Clair and Harry Robb in seek funds for trip bus band to give concert one died in county state police report on months Road toll although there was one death led from driving too fast for con the 27th annual Bedford band concert will be presented at april 9 in the High school band director Forrest Hunsicker it promises to be one of the Best concerts weve put although it begins with the Star spangled the first Selec Tion will be Thunder rest with band president Eugene Feather senior William Koontz will Fol Low with a trombone thoughts of band selections in the first half of the pro Gram Are William Tell Over the Thun streets of Athens and Mac Hon Dimond will direct the he also will play a Bass Solo in a touch of tuba scheduled for the second half of the the first half also will include the clarinet Section in clarinet Candy and a baritone my by Donald Koontz will direct Host austers March that begins the second half of the a trombone Trio of William Snyder and John Long will play three a saxophone quartet of Cindy Carolyn Rickie Mowry and Royal Lurie will pre sent Midnight the Huntress will feature the Jean Jane Cinda sue Sharon Smith and Joyce Eugene Feather will present a drum thundering individual selections will be introduced by Jane Hunsicker expressed thanks to patrons and advertisers who sponsored the band program on the March proved a relatively Safe month both on county highways and on the stretch of super Highway patrolled by state police from Everett bar the single fatality was air Force Captain Harold of new he was crushed March 2 when his Auto struck a Bridge abutment eight Miles West of Bedford state police at Everett reported a total of 23 accidents and 12 in six of the crashes accounted for the it brought total crashes for the year on the local area of the Pike to it compares to 128 the first three months of last there were three deaths through state police at Everett last month made 704 traffic arrests that included 308 commercial vehicles the latter category lists 170 arrests of Rig Drivers for state police also issued 666 writ ten warnings and rendered assist Ance to 195 they also recovered two lost off a Worth a total of state police at Bedford Barrack reported 10 Hurt and pro Perty damage in 35 accidents in there were no thirteen of the crashes result another seven resulted rom reckless other Lead in causes were hit and our improperly and failure to yield the right of ten of the crashes occurred on by Day of the were five Mon five two wed six and state police also made 170 traffic and 32 criminal arrests in a total of 95 written warn nos were scouts set car Wash explorer Post 60 of Hyndman will conduct a car Wash from 9 to 5 today at the scout Home on Schell Stour cars will be washed for 99 scouts will use Money collected for projects including a Canoe trip May 2123 on the Potomac fifteen to 20 explorers will begin the trip at Cumberland and go As far As possible in three scouts will carry dehydrated food and do their own

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