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Daily News (Newspaper) - July 14, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania CLASSIFIED ADS DIAL MISS CLASSIFIED 6434040 or 542 4641 THE DAILY NEWS State Library Education Building 17iaG VOL 48 CEMT8 HUNTINGDON and MOUNT UNION MONDAY JULY 141969 PHONE 6434040 NO 140 On Mystery Mission To Moon v Launch Weather To Be Good Apollo Enters Final Two Days CAPE KENNEDY UPI Engineers put Americas Apollo 11 manned moon landing machine into its crucial last two days of the countdown today undismayed by an apparent lastditch Soviet gamble to upstage them Apollo 11s pilots Nell A y 111 Flags Are Attractive Centerpiece The flags centerpiece was popular with the AFS visitors who ate supper with their Hunting don County hosts last night at HAHS Special attention was focused on Dorle Reckwell second from right of Hanover Germany who was marking her 18th birthday With her are standing toft to right Taweepum Sangprasert of Thailand Connie Brant her host sister and Luis lakofGoldschmldt of Uruguay In front are Arworn Sajoo of Thailand and Beth Brant another host sister Dorel was further feted at a party at the home of the bus chairmen Mr and Mrs Charles Schoenberr Taylor Highlands after the talent show Show With International i Flavor Given By AFSers AM A Meet Upset By Dissidents A prime time international variety show by 40 American Field Service students from 23 countries drew an appreciative audience of 2 00 pers ens to Huntingdon Area High S chbol last night It was the highlight of the AFS weekend in Huntingdon far the students en route to New York Washington and then their homes throughout the world Tbeshowfs acts ranged from a clever takeoff on an American tourist in Italy to a comic panto ofV heart whose instruments Founder Qf Minutemen saw After a greeting by Charles bus visit and an offfc ial welcome by Mrs John WSwigart Jr AFS chapU monies Dorle Reckewell of Ger NEW YORK of angry young doctors inter ropted an American Medical Association AMA meeting Sunday and amid catcalls from the audience accused the organization of criminal anrf ALBUQUERQUE NM racial practices UPI US Commissioner Cries of Go to hell and Robert W McCoy said he would Shut up greeted the remarks appoint a lawyer today for made by a spokesman forthe Robert Bolivar DePugh foun dissidents and a number of and chief of the Minute AMA supporters in the audtaen a militantorganization lence hurled ashtrays at the which DePugh described as demonstrators About 50 last line of defense against tors got up and walked out of communism the auditorium DePugh 46 and his top Dr Dwight L Wilbur AMA assistant Walter Patrick Pey president In a speech delayed 27 were arrested late 15 minutes by the protesters Saturday near the Southern took a middleoftheroad posiNew Mexico health springs tlon and warned the conferees resort town of Truth or that the national commitment Consequences The men had KpH I h 1113 to public health washere to eluded capture since January of stay and the AMA should lead 1968 H The two were held in lieu of Egeberg Addresses Assembly bond charges stemming The natons top medical from an alleged conspiracy to official Dr Roger O Egeberg rob three Washington banks I OtlTPTPTI CP assistant secretary for health January 1968 to finance and scientific affairs In the US DePughs selfstyled last line Department of Health Educa defense against commu tlon and Welfare also ad nism Bond was set at dressed the assembly DePugh and for He delivered a mild speech in Peyson which he called for the Cannot Afford Attorneys cooperation of the government McCoy said DePugh of and the medical professional in Independence Mo and Peyson Confd on Page 2 Confd on Paire 2 Junior Grange Kanesatake to Be Site For Camp Camp Kanesatake a favorite spot with Indians who once roam ed the Junlata Valley will re capture a part of its colorful past July 2026 with camp fires nature hikes craft dan cing dramatics and other events Armstrong Michael Collins and that have been scheduled for the Edwin E Aldrin were getting 2 annual Pennsylvania State Grange Some final brushup flight Junior Camp practice in spacecraft trainers Mrs Alan Merkel Kutztown and from all appearances arc Rp 3 state Junior superlnten ready to leave earth at dent who is camp director said am EOT Wednesday 100 boys and girls ages 10 lo 14 SpacefUght weathermen pre years from all areas of the dieted satisfactory conditions state will attend All are Junior for launch time and the MCCLURE Pa members of the Grange Defense Department reported Army reserves remained hospl Mrs Merkel will head a staff its global force of 6000 support tallzed today with Injuries suf of twelve Instructors who will personnel was deploying on fared Saturday in the crash of conduct workshops in subjects as schedule The aircraft carrier a convoy truck which killed two follows J Luther Snyder secHornet set to recover the moon soldiers and injured 121 retary of the State Grange and voyagers July 24 Is now Military authorities Identified Mrs Snyder Camp Hill ritual steaming toward its Pacific the dead as Pvt James ell Mrs Fred Paden craft and her Ocean splashdown station borne of Greensburg Pa and daughter Miss Sylvia Paden The three astronauts now In Pfc Barry Yakubco of Young nature study both New Castle the strict stages of aprelaunch blood Pa Miss Linda Zahn New Brighton Quarantine plan to brief news Their truck carrying mem music media tonight in a 30minute bers of the 1004th General Sup Also Mrs Warren Baver press conference carried ont Py Co from the Greensburg Fleetwood RD 3 recreation television between buildings area skidded and jackknifed Conf d on Page 2 20 miles apart onto the lawn of a private Wind Up Training home near this Snyder County They wound up their last full community Che truck was one day of training Saturday and of eight vehicles in a convoy took Sunday off and went en route to the Tobyhanna Pa flying They plan to rest some Army Depot for a twoweek more Tuesday and make a final summer encampment review of preparations for their Three of the hospitalized million lunar landing were In serious condition They adventure were Identified as Ernest Mat Russias mystery moon son of Ligonler Pa In the launched Sunday sped LewiMown Gary ita target today on an Denlnnoawfr undisclosed missionUS anboth of in the thorities speculated the robof rlsburg Hospital Confd on Page 6 Confd en Page 6 Collection Last Minute Of Moon Dirt Attempt To Is Unlikely Upstage US LONDON UPI Russias MU8COW Luna 15 spacecraft probably manned Soviet spacecraft sped wont bring back soil from the toward the moon today on a moon according to Sir Bernard mystery mission that will put it Lovell director of the Jodrell the lunar surface the Bank Observatory Kmii Americas Apollo 11 Lovell whose observatory has astronauts blast off to land picked up signals from there unmanned Luna 15 said Sunday immediate speculation was he expected the Soviets eventhat the Soviets Luna 15 tually would recover rocks was to scoop up a piece such unmanned spacecraft butjof the moons surface and bring not before Americas Apollo 11 jt back to earth or to snoop on lands men on the lunar surface the U S attempt to put a man at Is unlikely the Russians the moon can do this by the testing of The official Soviet news systems in one exercise It agency Tass announced the looks as If the Russians have Luna launch Sunday and said had trouble and their program the mission was to perfect has fallen about a year behind onboard systems and conduct schedule Lovell said further scientific exploration of Lovell said It was hard to the moon and nearcelestial predict accurately Soviet space space exploration because of insutfU There were no details on such clent information and many questions as to whether the rumors of attempts and fallvehicle would attempt to soft ures on the part of the Russians A critical piece of informa tion which Is lacking is the weight of the device which Confd on Page G At Juniala Valley Hurt In 3 Accidents 650 Loss Submitted By Zito land on the moon whether another ship possibly manned would join It Id space for a rendezvous or whether Luna 15 would return to earth Welcomes Flight Western critics accused the Soviets of trying to take some of the impact from Apollo But the head of the American space program Thomas P Paine welcomed the flight saying In a statement on Page 5 Funds At to m three ac vesUgated by State Police of the Huntingdon substation on Satur tth day One of the injured persons is a Memorial Hospital today One of the accidents a barbecue grill fell from atop the bus were cally and each s tudent Introduced Confd on Page 6 With Russia To Rejoin many and Monica Stackers of station wagon Route 22 just the Netherlands started the j Mary Detorls Stever SO of The countries repressed In Elevenths tree V Huntingdon caned alphabet eastbound at ouieu atmg 196Q statton wagon The barbecue grill not security fastened atop the Stever vehicle fell to the highway In Smithfield Township mile west of Huntingdon John N Rabits 46 Williams burg RJ5 2 driving a 1968 Bulck sedan was immediately back of the Stever vehicle while Richard Baker 55 Huntingdon Star Route operating a 1969 Fontlac coupe was to the rear of the Rabits vehicle To avoid hitting the barbecue After Holding 13 Hostages Three Desperate Prisoners Caught NATCHITOCHES La UPI Brown was held as a hostage Martin turned the tables most of the day on three desperate escape They drove east at high 05 of a prisoners and held them at bay speeds and shot It out with with a submachine gun Sunday Harrison County deputies in a until officers arrived at his battle near Marshall Tex isolated home 23 Longview A One of the prisoners was deputy was wounded wounded slightly in the hip by The thr Martin and taken to a anaTexas PrtticlpiU Frank N Zltd an nouncedhe has slgnation effective as of today Zlto made the announcement to Junlata Valley Supervising Prin cipal Amos D Meyers this morn ing and stated he would be sub mitting a formal letter resigning The committee for the restor The high school principal will atlon of the Manor Hill P res be moving to Washington County byterlan Church project has hired where he has accepted a position as high school principal with the McGuffey School District INSIDE THE NEWS The three crossed the Loulsi border and police Natchitoches hospital The othfollowed them into the home of er two were held In Natchi toches Parish county Jail Luther Petite 29 Jerry Confd on Page 6 Ann Landers 10 Crossword H News of Yesteryear 5 Obituaries 2 Pennsylvania Story 3 Society Club 8 Sports 5 Through These Doors 7 Serious Work On Four Bills Looms Public Employes Proposals On Taj HARRISBURG UPI This could be the week the General Assembly renews serious work on the public employes labor legislation which has caused considerable controversy in the legis lative halls The reference is to a provery much under consideration posed public employes labor re But this bill would no longer lations bill or rather to four cover the teachers of the state such bills One has the endorse They bad supporters remove ment of Gov Raymond P Sha them from coverage under the fer A second has the AFLCIO measure backing It The leaders on both sidesof A third contains the major the aisle in the House have ideas on the subject of the been insisting that a public em Pennsylvania State Education ployes measure is a must Association And the fourth uses sometime this summer And the recommendations made by House Democratic Floor the Hlckman er K Leroy Irvls had insisted was named by Shafer to study that without such legislation the subject and relay Its find General Assembly can forget MOSCOW an unex plained about face Commmlst China agreed to rejoin Russia today at the same conference on border navigation problems the Peking delegation aban doned less than 48 hours ago The Chinese stopped the threeweekold conference in Khabarovsk Saturday by de livering malicious attacks on the Russians and refusing to continue talking according to the soviet news agency Tass But Sunday Moscow Radio said China agreed to resume the discussions beginning today There was no apparent reason for the Chinese reversal Such a move is rare In any international negotiations and is especially inexplicable for the dignityconscious Chinese However Moscow and Peking need to resolve navigational problems that the conference was intended to solve The navigation season on the lakes and rivers along the Slnosovlet border is now at Us height and both sides must use the waterways for moving crucial Confd on Page 2 grill on the eastbound Route 22 Robert Williams 23 and James lane Rabits applied his brakes M Summer 29 escaped from and cut to the right Baker was the Longview Tex County Jail unable to stop despite the fact by overpowering a guard and he slammed on his brakes and he rammed the rear of the Rabits can The Stever vehicle was not damaged and was not Involved in the impact Both the Rabits Bulck and the Baker Ponttac were damaged each Lorraine E Baker 57 and Carla Mae Baker 28 both of Confd on Page 6 then dashed across East Texas into the cotton fields and plney woods of Louisiana At different times they held 13 persons as hostages They broke out of jail by overpowering Jailer J M Neely and then escaped In a police car taking Neely and Gregg County Sheriffs Deputy William Brown with them Dateline Central Pennsylvania CHAMBERSBURG Lester I Naugle 41 of Chambersburg was held without bond in Franklin County Prison today on a murder charge m the stabbing death of a neighbor State Police said Harry Carbaugh 52 of Chambersburg RJ was found stabbed Friday night in an alley separating his home and Naugles home contractor James Glen ny of Huntingdon R D 2 to begin the first stage of repairs on the church Meetingin committee last Tuesday the group authorized Glenny to begin repairs to the roof replacement of doors and spouting tightening up the stone at points and generally making the structure weathertight be fore winter so that a general cleanup and plastering can be begin next spring Committee spokesman Mrs Nancy S Shedd reported that collections to date have totaled not Including the Robert Hennen Bequest of which brings available funds into the range Funds are still being solicit ed in order to continue with the project in the spring Do nations may be made to Mrs Maude M Goss Manor Hill Huntingdon R D 2 Mrs Ruth Conf d on Page 2 THE WEATHER the ings to the chief executive The bill favored by the labor union had one insuccess ful test in the House And even though it failed to pass House legislative leaders say It is still about theprogrammed long re cess through the month of Aug ust Shafers proposal would ban any and all strikes by public Confd on Pace 2 Sunny and pleasant today and Tuesday High both days in the 80s Fair and mild tonight Low upper 50s to mid 60s Wednesdays out look partlycloudy and warm Wlmds north 5 to 15 miles per hoar today Light and variable tonight and Tuesday Car Shears Off Pole A Mill Creek young man was injured hiscar was demolished and a Penelec pole was sheared off in a twocar accident In Hunt ingdon on Sixteenth Street Satur day night Patrolman Wilbur Harris re ported that Thomas James F inkle 20 Mill Creek a ser viceman Just back from Vietnam was northbound in the alley be tween Mlfflln and Washington Streets at pan Saturday He was driving a 1962 Chevrolet sedan Wilbur B Rumberger 52 of 326 Mifflln Street Huntingdon was westbound on Sixteenth Street from MlffUn to Washing ton Streets driving a 1962 Bulck As F inkle crossed Sixteenth ALTOONA Congressman J Irving WhmUey of the 12th Street south to rigftt Congressional District Friday revealed that 1 voted support of Huntingdon County Draft Board No 75 sent three young men rear of his car was struck by the surtax proposal based on intormation I acquired from banks today for induction into the armed forces Men filling the July the front of the Rumberger ve within my district quota are seated left to right Larry R Neville Dudley htele The F Inkle car was Whalley was speaker at the meeting ofthe Legislative Action and R Starr Sattillo and Kenneth W Shields knocked to to a Penelec pole on Committee of the Altoona Area Chamber of Commerce The men travelled by bus to New Cumberland the northwest corner of the alley He belhtves that support of the curtax extension ic a Army they were processed and assigned to an Army ott to combat inflation camp for basic training Conf d on Page 2 STATE COLLEGE Centre County Democratic Committee held Us family picnic on Sunday near Milesburg with State Rep Robert Wise as the speaker Wise of Willuunsport Is serving his third there from the 83rd District which fecludes William sport and Loyalsock Township He serves on the Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency County Sends 3 Draftees ;