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Clearfield Progress (Newspaper) - June 1, 1966, Clearfield, Pennsylvania Today's Chuckle Optimist: A man who can turn his car over to a parking lot attendant without looking back. The Progress Reader's Tip 'A Dedication with Meaning* is tonight's editorial topic. Turn to Page 4. Vol. 60 - No. 129 Our 56th Year Clearfield, Curwensville, Philipsburg, Moshannon Valley, Pa., Wednesday, June 1, 1966 15,155 Copies Daily 36 PAGES TODAY Space Chase Delayed Two Days Injuries Olson Named Fatal To To School Post Youth, 16 At Philipsburg Jon T. Henry Third Victim of Fiery Curry Run Crash Jon T. Henry, 16-year-old Cherry Tree R. D. youth, who h*d survived a two-car collision near Curry Run that took the lives of his two companions died at 8:12 a. m. today in the Clearfield Hospital. Young Henry had been in critical condition since he was admitted to the hospital following the accident Saturday night on Route 219. He suffered injuries to the chest, right arm and legs. He was the fourth person to die as the result of traffic accidents in Clearfield County over the long Memorial Day weekend. His companions in the compact foreign car which caught fire following the collision - the driver, 18-year-old Stanley Yaros Jr. of Starford and 19-year-old Gary A. Gregg of Commodore R. D. 1 - were both dead on arrival at the Clearfield Hospital. Jon was a sophomore at the Purchase Line High School. He and his friends, who were college students and Purchase Line graduates, were returning from a track meet at the Pennsylvania State University when their car collided on a curve with another car driven by Carolyn Johnston, 23, of Kerr-moor R. D. State police said Yaros apparently was too far to the left in rounding the curve. Miss Johnston who was also injured is listed in satisfactory condition at the hospital. She PHILIPSBURG - The Interim Operating Committee' of the Philipsburg Osceola Area school district hired a senior high school principal last night during o special meeting in the senior high library here. He is Robert Mark Olson of 1433 Liberty St., Franklin, presently assistant junior-senior high school principal in the Franklin Area school district. Mr. Olson succeeds Millard S. Hancock who is retiring. A native of Stump Creek, Jefferson County, Mr. Olson was graduated from Sykesville High School in 1946. He holds B. A. and M. Ed. dgerees from the Pennsylvania State University and thus far has eorned 21 credits at Penn State ---- toward a doctor of education degree in administration. The 38-year-old administrator has been granted the following professional certification: college permanent in secondary education, social studies, 1950; secondary principal (permanent, Pennsylvania) 1956; supervising principal (permanent, Pennsylvania) 1957; and comprehensive principal (elementary and secondary, Pennsylvania) 1966. Employed in the Brookville Area school district from 1950-61, Mr. Olson taught 12th grade Problems of Democracy, 11th grade World History, 9th grade Civics and Pennsylvania History, and 7th grade Science and American History. He has been employed in the Franklin Area school district since 1961 and has taught 11th grade World Cultures and Economics. His administrative duties involved curriculum, discipline, transportation, in-service, attendance, cafeteria, schedul-jng and teacher supervision. Mr. Olson is a member of the National Education Association. Pennsylvania State Edu- Please Turn to Page 2, Col. 6 Ground Broken For Memorial To Coalport Vets COALPORT - A highlight of the Memorial Day observance at Coalport was the groundbreaking for a veterans memo-rial which/ will be creeled in front of the municipal building. The Coalport Lions Club which is sponsoring the memorial was in charge of the ceremony. The ground was broken by Major J. Wilson Laing Jr., mayor df Coalport and a mcm-'bcr of the Lions Club. The memorial will honor area men and women who gave their lives during the nation's wars. It is expected to be unveiled and dedicated on Veterans Day, Friday, Nov. 11. The Lions Club will conduct fund raising projects to finance the memorial and individuals and organizations will be given an opportunity to contribute. A patrons list is now being prepared by Dr. Edward B. Tur-chick, project treasurer. The progress of the fund raising drive can be watched on a Pa. Lawmakers Faced With Fiscal Matters HARR1SBURG (AP) - The General Assembly returned today after an extended holiday weekend to take on a heavy workload of fiscal matters. The key action was expected in the House where 196 appropriations bills, totaling S975 million, were in position for a final vote. Majority Democrats hoped to send many of them to the Republican - controlled Senate this week. The bills were among 204 introduced last week by Rep. Martin P. Mullen, chairman of the House Appropriations Committee. They would replace the $1.3 billion general appropriation bill passed by the Senate. The legislature usually has passed a single bill to finance the bulk of state spending in a given fiscal year, but Mullen said he believed the budget should be broken down into many bills to give lawmakers more control over it. Scranton accused the House of attempting to "hamstring this and future administrations that efficient operation of the executive branch of state government will be virtually impossible." Senate Majority whip Albert R. Pechan. R-Armstrong, said he was keeping an open mind on the House proposals. He said he was sympathetic with the idea of keeping close tabs Please Turn to Page 2, Col. 3 Please Turn to Page 10, Col. 7 Pelase Turn to Page 2, Col. 4 Clearfield IOC Sets Tax Collection Fee The Interim Operating Committee of the Clearfield School District voted last night to pay a fee of 3'-i per cent, plus expenses, for the collection of a district-wide wage tax. The action was taken at a special meeting of the committee at which no other business was transacted. The committee voted at its last regular meeting, held May 17, to have the wage tax collected by the elected tax collectors of the six townships and one borough that make up the district. 75 Nurses To Be Given Diplomas At Philipsburg PHILIPSBURG - A class of 15 nurses will be graduated Friday evening from the Philipsburg State General Hospital School of Nursing. The commencement ceremonies, will be at 8 p. m. in the Philipsburg-Osceola Area Senior High School auditorium. Joseph A. Williamson, of Harrisburg, commissioner of general and special hospitals, Department of Public Welfare, will be the commencement speaker. Members of the class, who will be introduced by Miss Dorothy J. Smith, director of nurses, and presented diplomas by Perry E. Curtis, hospital administrator; and receive their nursing pins from Mrs. Harriet Thompson, a member of the Please Turn to Page 10, Col. 1 Fair tonight with scattered frost in some valleys, low 32 to 44. Thursday sunny and warmer. Sunrise 5:42-Sunset 8:38 Clearfield River Level Thursday 7 p. m. - 4.18 feet (falling). Today 7 a. m. - 4.38 feet (rising). 62. 56. Clearfield Weather Tuesday low 36; High 2. Overnight low 48. Mid  State Airport Tuesday low 29; High S. Overnight low 27. Temperature Dips Below Freezing; Frost Reported Frost was reported in parts of the Clearfield County-Mo-shannon Valley area again today as a record-breaking late spring cold snap lingered on. Mid-State Airport near Philipsburg reported an overnight low of 27 degrees. St. Marys in Elk County checked in with 23. It was 30 at Bradford, 32 at DuBois and Altoona, 37 at Erie and 38 at Blairsville. At Pittsburgh the thermometer fell to 36 degrees, the lowest mark ever recorded for this date. The previous low was 41 in 1910. Philipsburg Firemen Selling Tickets For June 20-25 Bazaar PHILIPSBURG - Firemen placed advanced ride tickets on sale yesterday for their annual brzaar to be held here June 20-25. The tickets, at 10 for $1, are on sale at Best Jewelers, the Presqueisle Candy Shop, and at the A&R Store. Eight rides have been booked for the celebration to be held on North Third Street. A pet parade on Monday, June 20, will mark the opening of the week-long celebration. Other highlights will be a pumping contest on Wednesday and a firemen's parade on Thursday. On Saturday the firemen will participate in the Clearfield County Volunteer Firemen's Convention at Houtzdale. Five - Day Forecast June 2-6: Temperatures will average two to five degrees below the normal highs of 73 to 77 and low of 54. There will be a gradual warming trend to near normal temperatures Sunday and Monday. Rainfall will total one-quarter of an inch or less as scattered showers about Monday. Contract Negotiations Are Resumed Between Penelec and Union JOHNSTOWN, Pa. (AP) - Contract negotiations resumed today between the Pennsylvania Electric Co. and a union representing maintenance and production workers. Both sides were mum on prospects for a settlement. Earlier, however, R. L. Mc-Lain of Oil City, chairman of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers negotiating team, said "The matter doesn't Burglars Busy At Philipsburg PHILIPSBURG - Burglars had a busy time here last night or early this morning. Borough police said four burglaries had been reported to them by 8:30 o'clock this morning. Pritchard's Atlantic Service station was broken into and S279.-38 was reported stolen. The burglary was discovered at 5:55 a. m. Police received a call at 7:05 a, m. that the Ninth Street Elementary School had been broken into. A window at the back of the building and one in a classroom door were broken. It was not immediately determined if Please Turn to Page 10, Col. 7 Pelase Turn to Page 2, Col. 4 Inside The Progress Student Mobs Sack Buildings in Hue... F A11111/ Classified Ads.....20, 21 � -  UUIll Hints From Hcloise ____ 18 _ _ _ _ r^?."^l; Buddhist Leaders Resume Computer 3 Peace Talks With Premier Blamed Today in History ........ 4 By ROBERT D. OHMAN sault on the Communist north Saigon radio. Ky was quoted as T|,ir#l Attamnt State News Briefs ....... 21 SAIGON, South Viet Nam included the heaviest single raid saying: "The government of I nilU Mliempi AP Special Report ....... 8 (AP)- - Buddhist leaders re- of the war, an 18-mission strike Viet Nam has decided to en- Tft |mi|M|>U Dmi* - sumed their peace talks with against the Yen Bay storage large the National Leadership 10 lUUllCn rUll f II I Premier Nguyen Cao Ky's mili- complex along the Red River 80 Committee to include repre- tA|*l| f�mo FfldtlV \lirV�VAr HPflflA tary 'unta today despite a niys- miles northwest of Hanoi. sentatives of mass organiza- Villi ^OIHc rimiiy Jill 1W J VI I IvlIUJ terious grenade attack on one of An Air Force spokesman said tions. religions and political By HOWARD BENEDICT the leading monks involved. more planes were sent against parties. AP Aerospace Writer [Ap MaAIIi VAtt VVhUe lhe rcsumPtion oC the Yen Bay than any other individ- "The National Leadership CAPE KENNEDY, Fla. (AP) rUl nUllllr 3UII negotiations seemed a hopeful ual target since the raids on the Committee will make immedi- -The hard-luck Gemini 9 flight Wl ' �>?n in South Viet Nam's politi- north began Feb. 7. 1965. He ate contact with mass organiza- was postponed two days today � i. ('al crlsls' ramPaSmg student reported 25 antiaircraft gun pits tions, religions and political because of last-minute problems I AllHlllfl IC Aim mobs sacked tne bun,cd lhe and 72 buildings destroyed and parlies to define the methods of (hat prevented the Titan 2 rock- LUllUllllJ IjMIIII deserted U.S. consulate and at 44 buildings badly damaged. participation and enlarge scope et from being launched. ** least three other buildings in the The resumption of the nego- of the committee." The space walk and rendez- By RALPH DIGHTON - rebellious Buddhist stronghold tialions in Saigon's Gia Long Government sources said it vous mission was rescheduled Associated Press Science Writer of Hue. Palace between the junta and wa, po,siblc lhe junta vvould be for 9;39 a.m. EDT Friday. PASADENA, Calif. (AP) - !" th5 vvar- Us- Pllo,s dodSed monks of the powerful Buddhist doubied _ addin�, a civilian rep. The flight was called off at Surveyor 1, streaking toward a half a doze" Soviet missiles in a Institute followed a public dec- rescnla,ive [or 'every miHlary 12:40 p.m. as the astronauts, landing on the moon Thursday near-record day of attack on laration by Ky l0 carry out his mpmbor_ ' Thomas P. Stafford and Eugene morning, carries not only a North \iel Nam but convention- promise to add civilians to the Buddhist vouths burned a U.S. A. Cernan. waited out the count-camera but this nation's hopes al Sroundfire knocked down 10-man ruling directory. '--- down while sealed in their of making the first touchdown Ulree American jets. The as- In a statement broadcast by Please Turn to Page 2, Col. 1 cramped Gemini 9 spacecraft gentle enough for men to sur- ~ " - '- atop a nine-story tall Titan 2 Surveyor is due to settle on a Rhoads Is President... ft/ima CnmmUtinn 1 The target satellite which the broad equatorial plain at 2.17 -:- *�miiii*�wii astronauts were to chase across a.m. EDT and begin radioing IMmm*** ChamL lhe sky nad becn fired inl� pictures which will help scien- f\ I � r * I Ul iCC I Of JpCUfC5 space at 11 a.m. from another lists pick the safest areas for IJ P VP III fllll HIIT I. Ill 111111 mm .n launching pad 6,000 feet away. Apollo astronaut landings later I'VT VIVMHIVlll VVUHVII Af fffru/0f1CVlll0 "I just can't believe it," said in this decade. _^ ' - ^mm, �VCIIJ�IIIC Cernan, a 32-year-old space If everything works, Surveyor W% _ tl***4#� All CURWENSVILLE - The rookie disappointed for the sec-will fire retro-rockets to break |\P-riPrT\ All LvTTICPlA Pennsylvania Game Commis- ond straight time in his goal to its approach speed from 6,100 �m ^* rwwm w SJon ]lopps soon lQ appraise take the longest space walk in miles an hour to 3M> miles an The Clearfield County Development Council last night many of its programs and try history. ..... hour, then drop gently the final re.e|ected Fred L, Rhoads of Clearfield as president for the t0 make changes'where neces- ulTherf. w" als,� a hfmt �f H?u" 14 feet with less impact than a f- . beainnina todav sar>' 10 il1sure the best return ble Wlth lhe laret satellite, parachutist feels on earth. .[ m,rinri in9 I. rlnm. r . - , ,. , for the hunting license dollar. even though it entered a near- The Soviet Union's ball- At � m�t,n9 ,n !.he Chamber of Commerce office at � pcrfccl circular orbit. Ground shaped Luna 9 which radioed C eorf.eld, the Counc.l also re-elected: Ph.l.p Rbmehart, T�>* J''T" stations were unable to confirm the first pictures from the lunar Clearfield, vice president for tourist promotion; W. R. Mc- (nr jna ufk b'f le that a shroud covering the dock-surface last Feb. 3, apparently Clure, DuBois, vice president for industrial promotion; the Curwensville Rolan-Club ins collar nad fal,cn away aS was ejected from a carrier vehi- Robert C. Graffuis, Woodland, secretary; Mona Jean Fon- R ti   planned. cle at a height of several tenoy, Clearfield, assistant secretary; J. Clifford Murray, , '?u"i"faS TPftTT?,,"'{!" � the shroud did not come hundred feet. Woodland treasurer and _-_^ is just starting to come inlets 0ff. the astronauts will not be "Information and pictures pau, T� Mahaffev aSsis We don t have al the ablc t0 link up with the target, recently released in Moscow f�, frpn,' p, Y' UAtm. CLtt,,**r |T � , ^ hut w-i11 he ab,e ,0 carry out indicate the fall probably-would treasurer; WCW 3/11/0^75 beheve is best rendezvous missions, have been fatal to an unproteel- . Elected as directors w ere: � According to Bowers, one of Until they get within eyesight ed human." said Dr. Thomas Inree^ear terms - Donald R. fLftA Cfftrp AnAnr 'he foremost problems confront- oUhe target, they will not know Vrebalovich of Jet Propulsion Mlller' Nlck Sabanosh. W. R. J�UC JIVlC ins lhe commission is public wnelher the shroud is off. Laboratory,' which is guiding Johnson and William G- Wil" � . Bl.|. I understanding of its programs The guidance problem in the Surveyor on its quarter-million- ^am'- ,tw0D>:cfr terms-Charles flf rhlllOSPUrQ a" J . , t Gcmini 9 spacecraft was not miie flight Pcsanski, Richard Maney, Don- "��|� Er^est Wa*ncr- tion at 131 North-Front St., to- lefs abol,t managing the people �--- nique" wa7 similar to one aban- Beard and George Lucas. morrow. Souvenirs wil] be giv- " 'V"* ^ ^ * AftOOlKf-JoffflSfOWI1 doned by the U.S. space agency 0*^? ^^t��3 en during the 3,,ay grand open- ^ ^ �' ^HeVeSrred to the early Rang- WiHiam >L ^ ;ng Thursday, , nday and Satui- dq ^ ^ , ^ ^ CjlthollC DlOCCSe Lr? iStruStf "inXSSS !n S"! TSoTlh m'^r The new store will be open to- Please Turn to Page 10, Col. 5 Bishop Appointed tZ 1 w Tba s Tus hi M.xer'.nd Edgar Rits. ^rrow and Fnday f^om 9 -__ WASHINGTON (AP) - Auxil- they crashed into the moon. The Elcc ed 1� ,hce Advisory Board ^MsTm OniSe WllHierS LlSteO 111 iary Bishop James J. Hogan of balls later were left off the "ife UL- ,E' ,S�ult Sr.. W. K. da> 9 m_ "ntl1 5 ^ f . ... Trenton. N.J., was assigned spacecraft to allow more room ^ ench J. RUey FuImer Jr., ?' Sr !dav�*ncl ma"agCr' Sale Of CurWeHSVllle Wednesday as bishop of the Ro- for television cameras which Gorman, Carl McKec, A. announced toaa> CURWENSVIILE Winnin* man Catholic diocese of Altoo- radioed back historv's first w- Lee ni- Jerr>' Lewis- Lee Beg'nnine "ext week tne sl,re CURWLNaVILLE - Winning j hnslown Pa. cfoseups of the nl7as they Taylor. John B. Green Jr., will be open Monday and Fr^y number. in 1..t wceKen^ s Ded- of�ice Ieft plunged to destruction. - George Waylonis, .George Yohe, evenings. Regular store hours, .'.f/10^^^^;"^ ^ ^ vacanl by the recent transfer of The Soviets have never dis- A�� Thacik, L L. Bradford, Mr Shugarts said, will be 9.a_m. He ^cre '"^"J loda> J> Bishop J Carroll McCormick to closed just how Luna 9 was J^,� Jac^�n' B�'ASOn Lmile' �� 9 P- m- 0"M^ays and Fri- �claJ "�[AJ. Scranton, Pa. __^__ William Strange, George Sau- dav, 9 a. m. to 5 p.m. on lues- Liuwcnsviue uommunuy asso Please Turn to Page 10, Col. 4 cez, Thomas McGlvnn, Edward day, Thursday, and Saturday, cjalwn. Bishop Hogan, 54, has been - Stormer, Frank Hoffman, Rich- and 9 a. m. until noon on Wed- The holder of coupon number auxiliary bishop of Trenton IM***..m� D�:�A. Caw ard Cook and James Hoffman, nesday. "l91H ,s the winner of the $30 since 1960. VlSCOUnt rNCeS rOr Ex officio members are Coun- The new location is onlv a {ir^ P'"1ZC- 0Ulcr prize-winning Born in Philadelphia Oct. 17, C...:.. D..ITU.4. iv Commissioners J. Harold Mc- block away but on the other side numbers and the amounts of 1911, he attended St. Charles JWIItl rOOl I ICKeiS Fadden, A. W. Pearson and of the street from its present lhe P""* arc: �08511' *25: College, Catonsville, Md., and DAM.M:. Cli..� Weslev J. Read. store at 22 North Front Street. 00?939- S15; and 018524, $10. St. Mary's Seminary, Balti- KemOIII III CrreCT In other matters, the Coun- Shugarts Shoes opened in Phil- Holders of these coupons may more. He continued his studies A reminder was issued todav cil reviewed a slide presenta- ipsburg in ^1956 and this year ?ubm,t them lo Robison Print- in Rome from 1934 to 1938. . that discount prices for member- tion prepared by the County will mark its 10th anniversary. prizes must'be clahned^'ith- He was ordained in Roma ships to the Clearfield Swim- p. Turn to Page 10, Col. 2 Please Turn to Page 10, Col. 2 in a two-week period. Please Turn to Page 10, Col. 2 ming Pool will remain in effect _" '_____ _ until the pool opens. Originally the discount period Dpfifrn^>^"^i^*>^r^** has been delayed, the ticket m m m jpm* * l^&n* ll **"�L I * �� ^t*,T*' ^irrpLrrror Peqqy Ann Goes Home, 0wimii1ft Cfc"T youngsters up to the age of 18; mW m0 i ' ^J^ii^ii^iiHk ' * " for those 18 to 21 $10 m ^1 I I *f ��^^^H^^HbMMMMMMV  J The seasonal ticket represents l\WJUIIlWJ I^WIIIIOI bl IW k^k^k^k^ '^k^k^Bk^k^k^k^ki^kT W i * a saving over the individual ad- B oaim mihiAW hhhhm -- �- mission rates during the season. ^ rAUL *-u,N/KK m%^^m^>9t 0*"*%; The daily rate for admission has SHADE GAP, Pa. (AP) - Peggy Ann Bradnick was back been set at 50 cents for young- at her farm home with her family today, eager to return ^Bffffff^ %^ sters and 75 cents for adults on to school and resume a normal life after being held cap-weekdays and 75 cents for tive in the mountains by an armed kidnaper. ^rf^*****^^ ^HHp youngsters and $1 for adults on n 17 , c ,, u , u. , c . ^^^^A s^ki^k^k^H^ weekends and holidays. , ^3^' 17' ^,,n9don ,H'9h Sc^�o1' '^^H/ The swimming pool office is Panned to attend classes today although only four days ^^^^L ^ /flUiViH ^ located on the second floor of of school remain.--- ^^^^B \ The Progress building. 206 East feel Just 'ine." she said Before Hollenbaugh was slain Locust St Clearfield The office Tuesday as she walked out of during a gun fight May 18, and telephone number is 765-4951. Fulton County Medical Center pcgfiy rescued, he killed FBI ,_ where she has been recovering agent Terry Ray Anderson and m. # fj �J ^rom her ordeal. seriously wounded another man, HOnt TOr KeSldenf Her doctor, G. T. Loreniz, Francis'Sharpc. f^t m. t j 1 - j said her feet are still a little Sharpe is recovering in Cham- Ut AlOrriSCIOle tndS tender but that there are no re- bersburg Hospital. HAWK RUN - A manhunt slriclions on her activity. Besides the resumption of launched yesterday after John J** ZSZ-Tl^wn?T �-hool. there was one other ma- Baronak, 77, was reported miss- sncho" �n ^'ay ' w^n VMhan Jor appointnicnl on Peggy s cal- _ _ ing. ended at 9 o'clock this Hollenbaugh, masked an endar. ki^k^k^k^ki^k^k^k^kH^ Ski^kiW . I morning when his bodv was .ca"-v,nf \ r'fle' k.ldnaped he State police plan to have her _ _ found near his home at nearby !n ,fhront of. her, f,ve >'ounger -^w them the area where she T^T V-^ Pard brothers and sisters. was forced to hide with Hollen- ~w ^' DeDutv Coroner William W For lhe neXl week' Hollcn' baufih- !,aU?h'h41Half0rrnle^n(^1penlan, Z h ^ '"""V^l ed death was caused bv an "in- '1Cant', ... I n H�ri Tk ar!n bC"CV! W1" f^'6 Hol,enbaufh ,,,,,;,, u.mmnPu,fl; a..* heavily - wooded Tuscarora \Vas the mysterious sniper who pHPinn r J I! IS- Mountains. This triggered one terrorized this central Pennsyl- :_ \r,, rilnl Slrlv of ,ne bieResl ma�hllnls in re- vania region for two vears. Hi^^^^^H " \ years"'Mr.1 VmS Tec^U "nl PwTy,V'ni' ^ �T: Wi'�jfm ^ i^^^H *  ^ * had been visiting with familv - al Hayncsboro Hospita said he HHHHl^Bi ,.. .J.I^^rSf members at New York Citv He was PrePared t0 submit his pre- visited a his old homestead over Deadline Extended llTT' reP�rt �n.!hlCaUSe ?1 KIDNAPED GIRL LEAVES HOSPITAL - 17-year-old the Memorial Dav weekend and ^ � Hollenbaugh s death but could p Ann Bradnick smiles and waves to the news left the house yesterday morn- Jn answer 1� inquiries from not release a statement until he photographers yesterday as she leaves the Fulton Medi- numerous truckers, state police has conferred with other au- 1 /- .  A r -n.u d u� l mg- .. . � ,, . , n .,, cal Center in McConnellsburg, Pa., where she was re-Family members and neigh- said �day lnat a. 10dav( exl.en- . coverino Peqqy Ann was kidnaped by William Hollen-hnr-i <;earrheri vesterHav aftpr sion for registration plates has There is still some question covering, reggy �nn was Kianapea Dy wimam nonen noon and evenine At 12 30 been granted. This means that as lo who fired the fatal bullet bough and was held captive in the mountains before ____ old licenses will be good until -a state policeman or a 15- he was killed. Hollenbaugh also killed an FBI agent. Please Turn to Page 10, Col. 7 midnight June 10. year-old farmboy. (AP Wirephoto) ;