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Connellsville Daily Courier (Newspaper) - May 28, 1966, Connellsville, PennsylvaniaEmo tial last edition seven cents vol. 64, no. 169 Connellsville pa., South Connell Sivile a. Scottdale part. Pleasant a saturday evening May 28, 1966 sixteen pages american soldiers kill 466 reds in two major Battles Saigon up soldiers in two divisional operations killed a total of 463 communist guerrillas More than a full Viet Cong battalion during 12 Days of fighting. U s. Military authorities re ported today. A spokesman said units of the 25th infantry division ended operation Wahiawa Friday night with a total kill of 155 Viet Cong. Ten others were captured during the 12-opera Tion 35 Miles Northwest of Saigon casualties were reported As Light. The . 1st air cavalry dision. Sleeping the elephant the division s latest assault i the 25th infantry division killed came Friday when one of its three during an assault on an units intercepted a platoon of infantry position 12 Miles attacking guerrillas 10 Miles Northeast of the do co Green Northeast of a special forces i Beret Camp 215 Miles North of Camp. Saigon. The communist attack on the although All the attacks came Camp was one of a series on As a Surprise to some military the Green Beret installations observers others saw method throughout South Viet Nam and in the Viet Cong assaults on the May have signalled the begin Small Camps. Ning of the guerrillas much one Monsoon source two Viet Cong battalions hit International that if he were an american vietnamese Spe heading a Viet Cong unit he Cial forces Camp at Dong Hoa. Would 25 Miles West of Saigon and 10 ground reliable . Military told United press avoid big american forces and strike at Miles East of the cambodian smaller isolated As Border in one of the strongest the special forces Camps of the Lmh Thanh Valley attacks in that area in months he suggested that the Viet 275 Miles North of Saigon in about the time the 1st Cav s Cong stood a much better operation crazy horse artillery and flare ships were Chance in these attacks of at Kil de a total of 311 guerrillas driving off the communists in least winning a propaganda during the same period i the Vinh Thanh Valley units of Victory. James m. Kriek wins state sports writing first prize veterans plan morning Parade Honor Roll rites White Oak Man killed in crash near Monessen inter club Council backs Campus drive James m. Kriek. Dark Cour ice sports editor. awarded Fust place in sports writing Byi the newspaper1 publishers association at uni termly Park today. It was the first time in the courier s history that a state wide first prize was awarded to any member of its staff. Several others have won other places but never the top citation. Kick s award was based on his sports column about John Luzack All american football and a native of con Neffsville. With whom he talked in Philadelphia last Vear when the famed athlete was inducted into the Pennsylvania Hall of Fame the column appeared in the dec 13 edition of the courier Kriek was in University Park today to receive the award where the papa convention is being held Kriek s prize was m division Iii. Based on circulation of throughout the James Thompson seated presi Dent of greater Connellsville inter club coun cil and chairman of the 1966 sports car races informed officials of the fund Campaign for the Fayette Campus of Pennsylvania state University that this year s proceeds will be donated to the College building program. In making the announcement following a meeting of the Council Thompson added that the funds will be Given in the name of member organizations. With Thompson Are 0. C. Cluss of Uniontown general chairman of the Connellsville will join the nation in paing tribute to its War dead with fitting ceremony lies monday morning 1 under the guidance of the newly created Connellsville vet Erans committee the Community sponsored activities will be _ j pm with a Salute to those a White Oak Driver at sea when today will go to the Wost on rat Hifp of Lei i Hplu pin Mph Star and Mones ave Bridge Over the Between we Osier Ana c Toughio Ghent River at 10" 15 sen o clock. Taps will be sounded Belle Vernon state police said after a Wreath is placed upon Charles r. Cunningham the water was pronounced dead on arrival the customary de u at Charleroi Monessen Hospital formed on Fulde u i after his car collided move promptly at 1q.jo Ion the four Lane Highway at a signal from the Miles North of Monessen. With clays fire the proc j car driven by Nick Lorenzo will West Crawford 55, of Webster who suffered a Avitto e Orner an Campaign and c. J. Franklin Ellis con i fractured leg and was admit then n h p Wellsville area chairman. Ted to the same Hospital. To the w memorial at the in the races held in conjunction with the steel cities Region sports car club of America will be held july 22, 23 and 24 at Connellsville Airport. Courier photo vespers sunday or. Eric a. Walker Penn state president in county thursday Cunningham was travelling Ter Section of route 119 South when his vehicle crossed there will be a program at into the North bound Lane and the Honor Roll and the nest hit the oncoming Lorenzo will be attorney Mur Hicle i Ray i. Horewitz lifelong Iasi ident who served in the Navy Levittown a. Iund and who was discharged with David Greenhorn 24, Bristol the rating of lieutenant Junior twp., was killed today when Grade. His southbound Auto went out of the veterans will also hold a control crossed Haynes Road climbed the sidewalk and struck i a tree in front of the Kenwood apartments. I the annual Senor class ves 1 per service ill be held at Connellsville joint senior High school auditorium at 5 o clock sunday afternoon the class address will be de Western Penn to remain fair through sunday or. Eric a. Walker president of Pennsylvania state University will come to Fayette coun i by on thursday june 2. To voice i the appreciation of the Board of trustees and staff of that institution for the manner in which by United press International _ _ sunny and fair was the Fayette Campus has moved slivered by the Rev. William k diction for Western Pennsylva he speaker Sheridan pastor of St. Sunday while a of c roman Fath Lif run Rah Onue uie rung at the Summit hotel Noman a Amoric in urn finder of the state was principal of father Geibel to have some Clouds or Walker comes just As a Monal High school at Hillcrest and gradual the scripture Reading will James m. Kriek pastor of Paradise evangelical n United Brethren Church the flu of Campaign to procure still needed to achieve an original goal of in to ical funds is being launched. The drive will be intensely car i ecu Pic Mizii Fujiu Lull. Pic t i Rev Samuel Weible pastor of Muht temperatures tried on throughout june in the a native of Franklin. Venan the Mill run e u. E. Church sunny. And co Hope it will be completed by 6o county. Kriek came to will give the invocation and the preval1 sunday the Middle of july. University state the Competition is jointly the courier five ears ago Rev. Lester m. Crum. Pastor of noon readings m the authorities must know by aug sponsored by the papa. Penn from a newspaper in new the first evangelical United a Low pressure area extend 1. What the pledges total so Sylvania society of newspaper York where he had been sports Brethren Church will give the ing from new England an application for Federal editors and University of Penn editor and news editor. J Benediction. Nates weather in the rest of the j assistance May be prepared there will be music by for presentation on sept. 1. Woman admits fraud. I mixed chorus of the high1 Eastern areas will have Grad it was originally planned to Scranton a. Up a school Judy Minerd will be the Ual Clearing tonight and or. Walker Here to kick woman pleaded guilty Friday i organist and Betsy love the fair pleasant weather on Sun off the Campaign but when it Perry Board adopts head Levy to fraudulent conversion of pianist. I about in funds from the Scranton state Hospital auxiliary. Mrs. Veronica Mazaleski ,01d forge admitted taking the Hospital patients. Admitted to Connellsville Day. Central portions will be Jolo Udy tonight and mostly fair Ion sunday. State general were Hospital Money Between june 1964, and Patsy Costabile of pleasant in Rai funds february 1966, when she was Ity mrs. Mary Alt of 720 Geneva Iund member president of the auxiliary. Judge Morrell ave., Rosalie Small of churches of the world Council to Richard p. Conaboy orderedj220 South Prospect St., mrs. Of churches have raised s1.6 interim operating win Mike probation f0 conduct i Patty Hall of 319 West Fayette million dollars in the Council s for the new Frazier a Nooi a pre sentence investigation of St and Frank Williams of 1503 million Campaign to fight f tvs n n i r not Riff a to it Tel he 3 became apparent that Many continued on Page 15 memorial service in the Junior High school auditorium in East Fairview ave. At 8 o clock Sun Day night. For 43 years it was the american legion memorial Springfield a. Up but it was decided to Anthony Sabatelli 50, Clifton Call it the veterans memorial Heights was injured fatally to a with sponsorship by the City s Day when he was struck by an i three organizations of Venice or. E. A. Walker strict set a per capita tax of at present Jefferson town ship levies a head tax lower Tyrone and Perry town ship taxing Mobile Homes and trailers was discussed. The real estate Levy has not been decided. The budget and tax Levy will be adopted june 20. Mother charged in son s death York a. Up mrs. Dorothy Morrow 26, York Haven re 1, was charged Friday with murder and manslaughter in the death of her three month old son Thomas. York county dist. Ally. John f. Rauhauser or. Said an examination has been ordered to determine the woman s compe Tency. Mrs. Mazaleski s background. West Crawford ave. Hunger India. The weather fair and cooler tonight Tow in 40s sunday mostly sunny and mild is the noon weather forecast for Western Pennsyl Vania. Record Immi maximum of minimum m 57 mean 70 71 Bishop distributes Geibel diplomas Francis Ogrodny Center above was one of 59 graduating seniors of father Geibel memorial High shoot to receive his diploma from Bishop William g. Connare during commencement exercises Friday evening in Utt school auditorium at Hil Krest. At left is the Rev. William a Sheridan principal who announced the names of seniors u they came to the stage and at right is the Rev. Augustine c. Marzhauser pastor of immaculate Conception Church who delivered the opening prayer. Student speakers were Susan Maslar and Thomas Garrity both of whom graduated with honors As did Mary Ann Belko and Andrew Habina. The Rev. Francis Ott gave the closing prayer. Courier photo cancer workers canvass Homes the annual Home canvass in to also provides funds for those Connellsville for the american who need cancer society is now in treatment Progress. Transportation for mrs. E f. Clark is serving if each household shares what Auto As he crossed Baltimore Pike. Sabatelli died in Tri county Hospital of multiple head in juries. Sabatelli parked his Auto across the Pike and began crossing it to get to the Den Ville diner police said. He saw the heavy traffic and started to turn Back when he was struck by a westbound Auto. Men. The speaker will be the Rev. Charles Dale pastor of the Calvary Assembly of god Church in South Pittsburg St. Walter e. Brown Post no. 21, veterans of foreign wars Milton l. Bishop Post no. 301 of the american legion and Connellsville Barracks no. 2773 world War one veterans Are uniting for this year s Observance. The veterans who died Dur Philadelphia up King the past year were Roy m. Mrs. Sadie Herman 86, was Brown Carl w. G e e n m e a injured fatally by an automobile James a. Alsop c. Merle Bun Friday night while crossing Algard Eugene h Buchholz. Paul Street in North Philadelphia. The victim died Early Satur Day at woman s medical col k Bittner William a. Era lev Norman s. Bernstein Donald e. Boone Andrew a. C Al lege Hospital. Jhoun. Police identified the Driver As k e n n e t h h. Cunningham Francis o Conneh. Richard b. Colvert Robert h close Raymond Duckworth. The Highway death toll in Raymond e. Echard George w Pennsylvania was heavy during Evans Louis s. Fiano Eugene the Early hours of the Long me Hinderliter Clyde s. Hart Morial Day weekend. I Dale Hardy. A Survey by United press in-1 John g. H m a a Ter National showed at least j Rick Hickey Edward l Ken seven persons were killed in Ner George w Keefer George motor accidents on state Kern Joseph g ways since 6 . Friday. The j George r. Lenhart Herbert r. Holiday period ends monday Linthicum. William h. Moira Midnight. Son Joseph h. The fatalities i John May Roy c Minon Terry Rubino 18, of Pacifico Mangum Derry was killed today , Edward four others were injured when Liam s. Overly. John f Owad their car went out of control on Joseph pernello Dominic route 982 near Latrobe struck three guard rails. And Paris. Harry g Paul r washing fun a 2-year-old Reger. George w Rathburn whose name was withheld Pend George Richter Harry b. Siv David Enany second mrs. Moyers and mrs. Ted Martin i fifth mrs. J e. Thompson sixth mrs. Alvie Piern and mrs. Elmer Cole and seventh mrs. Nicholas dragon. It was explained the cancer society has three purposes for funds. A portion of this Money is used to educate the Public to detect the signs of cancer As Many lives Are saved by Early detection. A Large portion of this Money is used for research to find the cause and eliminate the dreaded disease. A portion of the funds which is collected is used locally. Cancer society s needs of car Accident on route 1r, three i Milford Shultz Carl Stchler fourth buy Miles Jurth of Wasington. Michael Trocheck Milton Tob South Connellsville will hold initial memorial program South Connellsville will hold. Flag ceremony boy Ana memorial Day service at invocation Rev. Melvin m. Wreath aps will or Theodore Vanhorn. Michael e. Widener a 1 Bert Watson Raymond winemiller and Francis w. Warman for the first time in modern history South Connellsville will hold a memorial Day service at its Honor Roll starting at 9 30 . Mayor James t. Steele will speak. Rev. M. M. Wirick will give the invocation and Rev. M. R. Tyson the Benediction. The Lions club Queens miss Gloria Bartholo "1 and Beverly Miller Day . Monday. Rick address mayor Steele a those participating will meet Inlander s girl scouts Ana d at the Albright eur Church cer office in the second National Bank building. The Socie no paper monday monday being memorial Day there will be no publication of the courier. Where the program will be presented. It will be the fist time in the Borough s modern history that the citizenry will unite fo4 a tribute to the War dead. Mayor James r. Steele will speak. The program will include special tribute boy scouts Lay ing of Wreath Lions club Queens miss Gloria Bartholo Mai and miss Beverly Miller taps w. Crouse or. And d. Tressler and Benediction Rev. M. R. Tyson. The Observance is under sponsorship of the South Connellsville Community Council. Development c scouts and girl scouts will also have a part in the program. There will be a Parade from the Albright eur Church to the War memorial. Today s chuckle sign on a it ducting Salon in and Hoo fit

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