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Waynesboro Record Herald (Newspaper) - June 13, 1964, Waynesboro, PennsylvaniaA Ftp Funky june 13 Ai 1964 Ahie Wear tier. Hearing tonight Low 62-68. Fair and less humid Sim Day with highest 78waynesboro, Tenna. A five cents per copy our la Tab Yew a number 78 whistle while you work big Pouce Mim whistles of he walks along guarding negro demonstrators As they mordred on downtown st Augustine Flo. Kidar in their dire to desegregate the City. Note sign in Boek ground Quot filmed in Florida new adventure on Monkey of theater. The negroes held a mass meeting under the old slave Market no trouble Derel de. Of wire Heto service with a splash guests gasp of waitress mrs. C w. Nyhuis. 29, loses her balance and Heads for the drink while Serring at a Hospital Benefit fashion show at a suburban Toronto motor hotel mrs. Nyhuis said the wind caught her tray loaded with Coffee urns and Quot Over i she swam to safety without add As the audience applauded. Up wire Boto Lei Kersburg truck tractor crash kills Farmer a Lei Kersburg Chewsville area Farmer was instantly killed at 12 24 . Friday when his farm tractor collided with a tractor trailer at an intersection in the Western limits Lei Kersburg. High w. Bowman 57, Hagerstown re it. 5, was pronounced dead at the score by or. E. W. Ditto jr., wading tim of Monty md., medical examiner. Ditto said file Man died of a crushed Diest. Maryland state i troopers said Bowman was driving the farm tract South on the Chewsville Road and apparently. Failed to Stop for a Stop sign at Garden hours Esso service station. Bowman made a Rit turn in front of file tractor trailer travelling nor least toward Waynesboro m the Hagerstown Pike. The operator of file Novick trans q>., Rig Donald l. Snyder Smithsburg re. Swerved his Ficle to the left across the Center line onto the of the Road to avoid Tih hug file farm tractor police said. I the tractor also swerved across file Center links end uding with the truck and Fiew dung Over in the Road Pounee reported. Investigating Maryland trooper j. E. Snyder Rqn Flat the probable cause of the Accident was Bowmans a flare to Grant flip i of Way. He said that by ii Verdes woe de a did cd. He a bom at Hagerstown r4>. 5, Washington minty. The son of Margie Alice Hoover Bowman of Hagerstown . 5, and the late Clifford n. Bowman. The greater part of his life was lived in the Hagerstown . 5, and the Smithsburg . 2, areas. He had Farmed the last 22 years at his present residence. From 1926 to 1930 be was employed at Frick co. At their offices in Knoxville Tenn. He was a member of the Beard lutheran Church the Grange of Lei Kersburg no. 361, farm Bureau men of Lei Kersburg Salem Lodge no. 196 a. Amp . Of Smithsburg tan Cedars of Lebanon Hagerstown Forest no. 95, a ban Temple Clunie ii and Hagerstown shrine grand commander knits Templer of Maryland so Bernard commander no. 9, knights Templar of Hagerstown it fail a. R. Chapter 27 Hagerstown Western Maryland sportsmen Hub inc., Fairview sports association Lions club of Chewsville. He is survived by his wife Gladys Long Cowman and these Choren mrs. Sylvia Rodgers Smithsburg re it. 2 bars. Kab Rina Pomberger Hagerstown e4>. 5 Haurold and Karen Bonnan both at Home five Ned these Bro fliers and Simers mrs. Hazel mus Walter h. Bowman Bouli of Hagerstown mrs. Neu Amman Funkstown mrs. Catherine Maioma Boonsboro Rennes Bowman Baltimore. Fun not so Viires will be held it 2 . Monday Fiton the eds Onich at Che Svide con ducted by the Rev. J. Monroe Shearer and the Rev. Donald Warenfelt. Friends May Call sunday 7-9 . At the Grove funeral Home and at the Church monday at 1 . Until the. Hour of service. Cooler tonight is forecast in this Section a hot tropical Type air mass smothered the county today despite showers touched off Early this morning. Humidity was blamed for the Sticky air. Temperatures were slated to level off in the 80s unless Sun broke Tii rough heavy overcast and boiled the Mercury into the 90s. The leading Edge of a slightly cooler air Batch is Likely to arrive during the nit it is scheduled to usher in cooler and drier conditions Sim Day. Temperatures yes today averaged 67 degrees due to the Eaily Low but relative humidity of Only 25-30 per cent accounted for pleasant conditions. Records show a i of 94 and a Low of 46 on tills Date. Bob Ebert ailing new York w a Bob Eberly featured Singer wifi file Jimmy Dorsey band in file 1940�?Ts, suffered a heart a Elk Friday night at file Home of us Doug ter. Eberly 47, lives in great neck on Long stand. Hospital treats 5 mishap victims five persons were treated Friday in the Waynesboro Hospital emergency room for minor injuries and then released. Joseph Walters 50, Hambers Burg Cut his right Index Finger while working at the Rouzer Ville fabricating and welding shop. Howard d. Mowrey 32, Middletown r. D. 1, md., puncture Woid of the right hand sustained when he caught his hand on a nail., Gordon r. Simmers 6, son of or. And mrs. David simmers Waynesboro r. D. 4, knocked a front tooth Loose and suffered contusion of the upper lip when be flew against the dashboard of a car. Miss Carolyn a. Trostle 27, of 120 w. Main so was treated for contusions of the right foot she was injured when she dropped a chair on her foot. Charlotte Tolbert 10, Daughto of or and mrs. Charlesf Tolbert 417 Fairview ve., Rai into a car door and Cut her left Legi a a Heads fire chiefs Gelver Spring my. M a Edward a. Beadle fire chief of Union a to n.j., is the new present of the Eastern association of fire chiefs. Scranton opens Lincoln Ian crusade to Rescue gop from Barry s conservatism governor moving in a hurry after deciding to run by Walter r. Meab8 Baltimore my. A gov William a Scranton took a while to make up his mind but moved in a hurry once he decided to go after the Republican presidential nomination. By his own account Scranton made the decision Only hours lore he announced it Friday in a sweltering crowded hotel ballroom. A where win you Start your Campaign a a a reporter asked. A i just started it right Here a a the Pennsylvania governor replied. A do we have any prescribed itinerary no not at this moment we just decided to run last night a even before he told the Maryland gop convention of his decision Scranton was firing his first Campaign salvos at front running sen. Barry Goldwater of Arizona. A can we pretend even to ourselves that it is possible for us to stand with one foot in the 20th Century and the other in the 19th?�?� Scranton asked. A a stand must be made but the hour is late a said the 46-year-old governor who has spent the better part of a year insisting that Only an honest draft would make him the Republican presidential nominee. Scranton said he changed his mind when he decided the moderate Republican viewpoint was not going to be represented when it came time for the gop National convention to pick its Man. Scranton a vow to Battle Goldwater sounded an ironic Echo of the theme the Arizona senator chose when he plunged into file race last january. At his sprawling Home near Phoenix Goldwater bad declared no other announced can do Date and Only gov. Nelson a. Rockefeller of new yogic was in the race at that Point could a offer to the american people a Clear Choice in the next presidential election. I will offer a Choice not an said Scranton Friday a i have come Here to offer our party a Choice. I reject the Echo that we have thus far been handed of fear of reaction from the never never land that puts our nation on the Road backward to a lesser place in the world of free seeking Money for fireworks Ottri buttons Are being sought to underwrite the annual Myca Independence Day fireworks display this year at the Fairview school stadium. Chairman Irving d. Stoner and finance chairman e. E. Adams this week addressed an Appeal to friends who have been supporting the expense of the show for the past 26 years asking a donation toward the $1,275 budget this year. The show originated in depression Days when a Law was enacted Banning fireworks for youngsters. Special permission was sought from the Borough to put on a fireworks display which would have patriotic Impact but would be Safe. Professional fireworks manufacturers were engaged for the program. The show made such a hit that it has been staged every year since 1937, Stoner said. A band concert will precede the fireworks Celebration this year. Area residents wishing to make a contribution to underwrite the program May Send or take it to finance chairman Adams or to the Myca office Stoner said. Given 15-year term for $25,000 thefts bal More apr a 33-year- Harrisburg Man was stewed to 15 years in prison nday for three robberies total in almost $25j 00. Robert d. Noe pleaded guilty to three Maryland Bank robberies of late last year. . District judge Roszel c. Thomsen sentenced him to three concurrent 15-year terms. Judge Thomsen ordered that Noe be eligible for parole at any time. Normary he would have to serve at least five years of the sentence before being eligible. A plans to leave monday with family or. Teeter set for annual african working vacation by William b. Curry or. James h. Teeter plans to leave monday morning on his annual month he Caus Ita vacation but others might View it differently since he will be assuming the surgical duties of an african Mission Hospital with a backlog of hundreds of operations. The Waynesboro Hospital surgeon also spent his a a vacation last year at the same place which is located in the Jungle Interior of the Republic of Ivory coast West Africa. He pays his own expenses and receives no salary. Last year. Or. Teeter was accompanied by his wife who is a registered nurse. She will be with him again this year to assist him. In addition their three sons will go along. The Teeter children Are Timothy 12 Paul 10, and Jonathan. 5. Y a Johnny has been picked for two weeks a and Yon should see some of the filings he Hopes to take to Africa but since we Are flying and the matter of weight is a Factor. In a afraid he win find it necessary to do a bit of impacting a the soft spoken a Cal Man opined. Also making the trip will be Eunice Camp 16, the daughter of a missionary serving in the dark Skint intent. She has been in the United states for file past three years attending High school and Hasni to seen her Parent during that period. She has been living with an Uncle Ralph Camp in Toms River n. J. Or. Teeter explained that there Are no High schools in the Jungle area where her father is assigned and it was necessary for Eunice to return to her native land if she wanted to continue her education beyond the Mission school of eight grades. Eunice smother mrs. Ruth Anderson Camp is a native of Waynesboro and has Many friends and relatives in this area. Her father is the Rev. Norman Camp and he is serving under the auspices of the conservative Baptist Church in file Interior of Africa. The Groop jul leave Waynesboro Early widay for Washington and will Fly from filiere to new York where they win Board a Jet first Stop after leaving John f. Kennedy Airport wid be Paris. In Paris the party win Board another Jet the same Day and zoom off to Abidjan capital of the Republic of Ivory coast arriving there on june 16. The teeters and Eunice will spend the night at a hotel in Abidjan and the Quot following morning win be picked up by file Rev. Camp who jul drive them in a French made station Wagon 450 Miles Inland to the Mission site. A it is a hot. Dusty and arduous. But a most interesting drive a or. Teeter commented. A one encounters All kinds of roads a and trails on the trip. One has to be generous to term some of the paths roads a he continued. Or. Teeter Wui take Over the duties of another surgeon the same one he relieved for a month last year. He is or. John Slater from Pontiac Mich. Or. Slater k the Lone surgeon for Many thousands of africans. He win take a vacation in Abidjan while or. Teeter is filling in for him at the Hospital. The Michigan medic has been in Africa for three years. When asked what the children jul do while their parents Are Busy caring for the varied medical needs of the area. Or. Teeter answered a they will accompany the missionaries on their visits to the surrounding villages and find Many Many interesting things to occupy their the teeters plan to leave Abidjan on july 16 and return by Jet via Monrovia Liberia. A two Day Stop Over is planned there with a visit to a Sudan Interior Mission sandwiched in with some sightseeing. After leaving Monrovia thei is a Brief Stop at Dakar a and then on to the United states. They should be in Waynesboro on july 18. The program of supplying substitute surgeons for the various Mission hospitals in Many parts of the world is under the super vision of the Christian medical society with Headquarters in Chicago. The number of participating american doctors who take their a a vacations in Mission hospitals is around 100, or. Teeter said. More Are joining the program yearly he added. How about next year will or. And mrs. Teeter take a real vacation Well hardly they Are already planning on spewing a surgeon in a Remote Section of Pakistan at a Mission Hospital in the Himalayas. Along the cambodian Border. Scorched Earth policy renewal will be continued by Peter Arnett Saigon South Viet Nam apr a we jul keep that area scorched. As soon As they build up again we will bum it Hie speaker was a senior officer of the american special forces studying reports of a renewed communist Viet Cong buildup in a Supply area near the cambodian Border. The Region was left soldering and Barren in a a scorched Earth operation last week. Both american and vietnamese special forces men participated in the sweep along the Vico Oriental River that winds Down into the heart of the Mekong River Delta from Cambodia. It is a key Viet Cong Supply route. Reports received in Saigon show that the Viet Cong a re rebuilding thatched Homes and storehouses razed last week. Tons of Rice burned and then tossed into the River is drying along a River Bank As the Viet code attempt to Salvage some of it Sampan traffic has resumed along the River but the River boats flee into Jungle cover when planes come Low. The Saigon government is making it Clear k will strike again into the River re on in the near future. The special forces intend to use the same propaganda devices that persuaded 600 peasant families a minus husbands a to accept Golem a otters of relocation. Every file heart of town. Wife interviewed said her husband was with the Viet Cong. A reported 60 per cent of the population of the River Region in Western Tay Ninh province left in american helicopters for resettlement. They have moved into Straf Gic hamlets and Are being fed by the . Aid Mission. Special forces sources report that pictures of contented settlers Are being pasted on propaganda pamphlets dropped into the Region in an attempt to persuade the husbands to join them. Other leaflets offer High prices for Viet Cong weapons. These have bad results. Two peasants carrying old rifles arrived in Saigon from the Tay Ninh area and gave themselves up to the first policeman they saw. Taken to Headquarters they admitted they were Viet Cong waved pamphlets and immediately demanded 1,000 i asters about $13�?each for their weapons. They got Money and a trip to a rehabilitation Camp. Seen this morning Young com spearing toward the sky. Rabbit squeaking to safety. Tick labelled a banana boat rocking horse awaiting its Young rider for a go skip on porch of Duffield Road Home. Auto junkyard mushrooming on abandoned used ear lot in Many republicans Hail governor s decision to run by Jack Bell. Washington apr suave gov. William w. Scranton embarked today on what he depicts As a Lincoln Ian crusade to Rescue the Republican party from the Goldwater conservatism he sees As threatening a gop defeat in november. Scranton declared himself in the running for the party a presidential nomination Friday and received a warm sendoff from Many Republican leaders including former president Dwight d. Eisenhower and the target of his new adventure sen. Barry Goldwater of Arizona. Goldwater called Scranton one of the outstanding governors in the Eisenhower who had urged an a open convention and indicated differences with Goldwater welcomed the entry of gov. Scranton whom i have Long but Scranton received anything but Good wishes from former vice president Richard m. Nixon. Nixon had urged someone get in the ring with Goldwater. And he declared Friday night that Scranton had a a fighting but Nixon said that the governor gave a a very weak and unfortunate impression on television last sunday after receiving a Telephone Call from Eisenhower advising him not to enter any Cabal against any candidate meaning Goldwater. Scranton reportedly was ready to announce his candidacy on the program but he told friends the phone Call left him Uncertain and shaken. Of this Nixon said a if a Man receives a Telephone Call and changes his mind he Isnit a very Strong Man. He a got to make his own decisions and not appear to be a puppet mane Vered by someone Scranton described by various pundits As the a Hamlet of Harrisburg because of his previous indecision solved his a to run or not to run dilemma and galloped into the gop presidential contest Friday in spectacular style. He waved his arms smiled Shook every band within reach at the Maryland state convention in Baltimore and turned out polished phrases attacking Goldwater As a Neo neanderthal Type who offers Only a Quot weird parody to traditional Republican beliefs. To make up for lost time Scranton sets off today in quest of delegates flying to Hartfor to address the Omec Picut state Republican convention. He has a lot of catching up to do. With the convention opening one month away Scranton has Only 92 delegates to Gold Waters 574 with 655 needed for nomination. How anyone could close that chasm was something party professionals answer. New Yorla gov Nelson a. Rockefeller Quot who has found himself fighting it out alone with Goldwater said he was glad to see Scranton a joining the Battle to give our party a but there was a feeling among Many party pros including those who oppose Goldwater that Scranton waited too Long that the time is too Short and Goldwater a Lead too Long. And Goldwater. Who is Scranton a commanding officer in an air Force Reserve unit in Washington said the governor will have to wage a a costly vigorous Campaign to convince delegates pledged to me that it would be a mistake to stay with it will be a Tough Job a mused Goldwater. A it is too late replied Scranton at a news conference a we win wait and see about that 6ne.�?� the Pennsylvania governor said he has no illusion is about the difficulties in his last hour contest against Goldwater. I think this will be a Strong up Hin fight be said a i done to deny this for a minute. Every fit i have been in always has he conceded a the hour is later and that Republican mid a rates have a waited danger by Long to can opon our party a conscience opon its Wisdom and upon its 1 share file response Bali and i admit it with others of our leaders who until now have failed to Quot aet a be said. R ?

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