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   Nashua Telegraph (Newspaper) - February 3, 1969, Nashua, New Hampshire                               NASHUA TELEGRAPH, NASHUA. N. H. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 19M Israeli Jet Fighters By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS An Iraqi military spokesman claimed that 14 Israeli jet fight- ers attacked Iraqi forces in Jor- dan today, He said the Iraqi troops shot down two planet which crished in flames in the Syrian Golan Heights, now occu- pied by Israel. It was the second Iraqi claim in five days of an Israeli air at- tack on Iraq's forces in Jordan. Last Thursday Iraq claimed that seven Israeli planei at- tacked Its forces and one was shot down. Israel denied the re- port, and Jordan reported two Israeli air Incursions but men- tioned no action. Baghdad Radio said one Iraqi soldier was slightly wounded in the alleged attack today. Earlier today Israel an- The braeHi aaU ththi sent over Jordan shortly after nounced that two of its jets at tacked a Jordanian village south of the Sea of Galilee from which the Israelis said Aral guerrillas fired on an Israel: army patrol. small railway bridfi near Raflah. Will. HCUlfMli an army patrol was find on About 100 Arab schoolgirls near the border settlement of were ,njuwd ln Strip Sunday Ntve Ur, nine milts south of the wnen police charged Sea of Galilee. For about 15 wlth to break up minutes the jets strafed de- A' serf Jordanian village of Hansl- ya from which the army said ;he patrol was fired on. No Israeli casualties were re- ported. It was the first time Is- ratl has reported jet attack on Jordan Jan. It. The Lebanese-Israeli border also flared briefly when small- arms fire was directed from Lebanon at the Israeli settle- ment of Zar'it, 11 miles east of the Mediterranean and a few hundred yards from the border, the Israeli army said. An Israeli spokesman salt that the Lebanese fire was re- turned and there were no cas- ualties in the settlement. In the occupied Gaza Strip scene of violent rioting Sunday an explosive charge demolished three-hour riot Involving girls. The girls were protesting the jailing of three Gaza women convicted by an Israeli court of spying and aiding guerrillas. The girls spat, tussled with troops and tore down, mud-and stone walls outside five schools to throw pieces of them at the soldiers. While Arab men watched quietly, .they brand- ished pictures of Egyptian Pres- ident Gamal Abde! Nasser and yelled: ''Nasser! Nasserl Israel is black! Palestine! Newsweek magazine reported Nasser has made a slx-poinl proposal for peace with Israel and hinted he. might agree to talk directly with the Israelis. Nasser told thejnagaiine-the Arab states' would iigrer to a five-point Israel would withdraw from the terri- tory It seiied from Jordan, Egypt and Syria In 1M7 war. Nasser offered a declaration of nonbelligerence, freedom of navigation on International wa- terways, recognition of each Middle East country's right to live in peace, a guarantee, of territorial integrity within "re- cognized and secure borders and a just solution to the Pales- refugee problem. Nasser's offer followed the lines of the U.N. Security Coun- cil's November 1967 resolution on the Middle East. But Israel refuses to give up the Arab ter- ritories-Its chief bargaining card-witil It has formal peace agreements with the Arab na- tions and' until it negotiates what It considers. "recognized and Nasse'rlold Newsweek senior correspondent Arnaud de Borcli- grave would not guarantee to Forces talk directly with U Eisenhower's View Sought on Arab-Israeli Crisis ____ _ n_u..> make nation stable, prosper WASHINGTON (AP) Presi- dent Nixon called his Urban Af- fairs Council to another meeting in the White House today as he continued formulating plans to deal with the problems of the nation's'cities. In the first meeting Jan. 23, the'eight-man team of Cabinet members and presidential ad- visers disposed of organization- al matters, leaving today's ses- sion open to consider substan- tive isues, The emphasis on urban and other domestic matters under- lined by scheduled visits to the Housing and Urban Develop- ment and the Agriculture De- partment, followed a weekend in which the President spent much time on foreign affairs. With explosive Middle East on his'mind, Nixon visited wth Dwght D. Eisenhower Sunday it Walter Reed Hospital to get the former president's view's on the Arab-Israeli crisis. Following Session Following the session with the convalescing Eisenhower, Nixon said he-had gotten several valu- able suggestions and "We are considering all the initiatives we might take to defuse the situa- tion" in the Middle East. the Presdent did not elabo- rate. The National Security Council also met Saturday and dis- cussed the Arab-Israeli situation at length; but there were TO con- clusions announced. A member of the Urban Af- Bishop Guertin Debaters Win 4 Awards in NE Event Bishop Guertin High School hosted its annual varsity and in- termediate debate tournament. Two Guertin units competed to the morning contests, while three in the afternoon finalists. State Competition In state competition at'Bishop Bradley on Jan. 25, varsity de- baters Michael Elliott, Jay Cormier, Henry Desmarais and Jonathan Tucker went undefeated in six rounds of competition in or posting Guertin's. third con- honors as second best af- 4ecuUve first place in state pre- units scored competition. Intermediate debaters Michael Kerouac, David Benibe, Gerard Willis and Gary St. Laurent posted four wins and two losses in the three morning rounds to place second among 24 teams. These four debaters, in the after- noon varsity competition, re- corded five wins and one loss and moved into first place on the basis of speaker points. _ Beru.be took honors as s firmative speaker mediate tourney. Tdo other Guertin varsity units, composed of Neil Gauthier, Paul Thiboutot, Henry Desmarais, Michael Elliott, David McNabb, and Douglas Bourdon, each regis- tered four wins and two losses to tie for third place. Elliott ceived an award as the second best affirmative speaker of the varsity tournament WakefteH Tourney At Wakeneld, -Mass., freshmWj debaters Steven Bucp, Charles Villa, Michael Splaiw and'Thom_ as Larose turned in a record four wins and two losses to for fith place among 40'teams. Villa was judged the best affirmative speaker of. the novice tournament. "Fear other freshmen, com- petihg in the Guertin intermediate tourney, posted a record. Marc Thibodeau' and Mi-. chael Trowbridge won two and, lost one, while negative speakers John Igoe and Richard Duponti remained winless against experi- enced competitors. Last week in national compe- tition at Holy Cross College, var-, sity debaters Neil Gauthier and Paul Thiboutot -ranked among the top 16 teams in qualifying for the octafinals. In that round they were defeated by Melrwe High (Mass.) Also competing were Gerard Willis and Gary 5t Laur- ent who won three and lost three; four of their opponents were octa- fairs Council, Cabinet officer George Romney, indicated the line his agency will take in trying to cure urban ills. Romney, secretary of Housing and Urban Development, said he hopes to come: up with a pro- gram to provide more homes for low-income families. Concurring with estimates that 26 million new homes will be needed in the United States over the next decade, Romney, however, said "I don't think the programs that we have at present will achieve these goals." He indicated his agency hopes to come up with new ways to meet the shortage. Another Council staff mem- ber, presidential assistant Dan- iel P. Moynihan, Indicated Sun- day that welfare payments should continue as a way to help solve urban problems. Welfare payments should not be considered handouts, he said, but investments that will help make the nation stable, prosper- ous and happy. Moynihan, a sociologist before being appointed a Nixon aide, also called for an end to the na- tion's unemployment. He said his views on the jobless rate were lis own and not necessarily hose of the White House. Romney was interviewed on NBC's TV-radio the and Moyni- han appeared on !the "Evans- >Iovak Report" of Metromedia :elevision. In other presidential activity Sunday, the White House wor- ship services drew about 230 persons, many of them congres- sional leaders. Hminaiy events. Cormier and Elliott took honors as first and third best affirmative speakers -respectively. Also winning awards in that state contet were David Berube, firt negative intermediate speak- er; Michael Kerouac, fourth best affirmative intermediate speaker; John Stewart, third test affirma tive novice speaker; and Thomas Attorneys May Put Sirhan on Stand Tuesday LOS ANGELES (AP) De- fense attorneys say they. expect ;o put Sirhan Bishara Sirhan and his' mother on the stanc Tuesday when the 24-year-old Jordanian's murder trial re- sumes after a four-day recess. The break was ordered by Su perior Court Judge Herbert V Walker to permit the defense and prosecution to prepare, ar- guments On a challenge to the grand jury's indictment of Sir nan for the slaying of Sen. Rob ert F. Kennedy. Defense attorney Grant B Cooper said he based his chal lenge on the argument tha grand jurors are chosen from residents of means, unrepresentative of i first speaker. negative novice community cross said and section. H his, mother Cleveland Seeks Tax Relief For College Tuition WASHINGTON, D. C. Con gressman James C. Cleveland ha reintroduced his bill to grant tax relief to students and parents fo the costs, of higher education. Citing the increased necessitj of post-high school education to day and the increasing cost of attaining it, Cleveland said h would work for adoption of hi ill. It provides an annual tax credi of 20 per cent of the tola amount paid by an individual ir post secondary education ex penses, including.tuition, labora tory, Held study fees and r quired textbooks "But I tall hi tid- ed, at down with Jun- to after the 1948 war under tin armistice agreement until the 1958 war, and that we are pre- pared to do 10 again." Nasser also said Egypt would estore diplomatic relations ith the United States, which gypt broke during .the 1M7 far, if Washington expressed isapproval of the Israeli occu- atipn. Time magazine reported Sun ay that the Israeli Cabinet has ecided to build. 30 permanent ortified settlements and three ew towns lii occupied territory yen though this would make a eace' settlement with .its Arab eighbqrs; more ufllik'ely. 'time said this reflected the linking of Deputy Premier Yi- al Alton, who believes "all m- arrangement: of the ast led to new wars. We must ake no more risks with our fu- ure." In Washington, AP Special Jorrespondent John M. Hlgh- ower reported that President Nixon will agree this week to a meeting on the Middle East of he Big Four's representative! n the Security Council. Leaders of the Nixon adminli- ration believe If the United tales and the Soviet Union use heir influence to get active ne- gotiations started, the peace mission of U.N. special envoy lunnar V. Jarring might get off he ground. The semiofficial Egyptian newspaper Al Ahram reported hat Nasser met for three hours Sunday night in Cairo with Alex- ander Shelepln, Politburo mem- ier of the Soviet Communist tarty to discuss a message Shelepin brought from Kremlin party chief Leonid Brezhnev on current Middle East peace moves. Al Ahram also said' the 'Palestine National Council" will form a unified military command, for Arab .guerrilla groups. The council, which claims to represent all seg- bill. Individuals could claim cred for their own educational penses or for those of their chi dren, spouses, parents, or any other legal dependents. "This bill responds directly I the urgently expressed needs millions of he said, "to whom the of pos high school education are a bur den they cannot afford." "The. government has a dear duty to the people to .ease the tax load on those who must bear the brunt of the rising cost of education and training. I shall Leader Shof Edwin Pratt, executive At- recto el the Seattle Urban Lea- gue, was shot to dead, in the doorway Us home. A neighbor said he saw two youths with a rifle run from the home and enter a ear. Pratt Joined the Seattle Vrbai League ta UH and be- came executive director, in INI. (AP Wircphoto) of the Palestinian people s meeting in Cairo to draft new guidelines for unified action against Israel, the paper said. The semiofficial Israeli news- paper Davar reported from Tel Aviv that an unidentified Soviet spokesman proposed "negotia- Jons between Israel and the Ar- Pistol Death To Be Probed WATERVILLE, Maine (AP) The death of a Colby College sophomore by a homemade bul- let as he sat with other youths to a'fraternity house is expected to be investigated by a grand jury convening Tuesday in Au- Authorities say Robert M. Crowell of Washington, D.C., was killed Saturday night In his room when a Luger pistol held by- a fraternity broth- er discharged ..as a clip was being removed. They declined to identify the student who held the pistol, and said no charges had been filed. Maine Man Found Slain MECHANIC FALLS, Maine (AP) An arrest was expected today, police said, in the gun- shot death of a 28-year-old man found mortally. woUnded on the kitchen floor of his home. Leon J. Sawyer died Sunday night of a .22-calibre bullet wound hi the brain, police said. OVEN READY PLUMP TENDER BROAD-BREASTED FOR MORE JUICY WHITE MEAT! WHY NOT BUY TWO PACKAGES AND KEEP ONE IN THE FREEZER! YOU'LL LOVE THIS LOW PRICE abs on the basis of equality, and not in a situation where Israel has the upper hand through con- quest." This appeared to' be an offer of the direct negotiations which the Arabs have so far re- fused In exchange' for an Israeli withdrawal. A growing dispute between Iraq and its Arab neighbor, Syr- ia, was underscored Sunday night when Lebanese security sources an Iraqi car- rying two bombs was arrested Saturday at Beirut airport. They said he had papers sug- gesting he was bound for Syria, perhaps for an assassination at- tempt. Sawyer's wife, Joyce, 21, was under -heavy sedation. Police said the couple'had one son. KC34SMSFeb. t BURQUE JEWELERS 71 W. MAUL ST. Share to tomorrow give to Nashua Arts It Science Center Building Fund. Stiff'putty sot you stuck? Don't fret. .In most cases, slight warning KlteWUPK ai'n .Jl-Ma will make it soft and pHaWe. Work the puttyjisorousljr be- tween your hands until .It is ready to use. If .you putty in a Plastic bag first, vour hands wiU not net oily and ffied. If the putty is hard, add a few drops of lin- seed oil to the putty m the bag ami work vigorous y until it softens. A few minutes and the nutty will be like new. It won't take you what vou need at HAMIIAK HARDWARE CO. 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