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   Daily News (Newspaper) - June 11, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                CLASSIFIED ADS DIAL MISS CLASSIFIED 6434040 or 5424641 THE DAILY NEWS State Library Education Building Pa 17126 48 NINE CENTS PER COPY HUNTINGDON ami MOUNT UNION WEDNESDAY JUNE 11 1969 PHONE 6434040 NO 113 Heavy B52 Raids Hit Communist Buildups Of JV LioilS Tussey Directors Hold Meet Over Maiion Budget Approved The budget to operate the Tussey Mountain School District for the 196970 school term was adopted last evening by members of the Board of Education Totaling It is some higher than the budget for the current year In separate resolutions the school directors levied tax iriea REV JOHN DEAN Pastor Is hist ailed As President Pastor John C Dean of the ilexandria United Presbyterian Church was installed as presi lent of the Juniata Valley Lions Hub for the coming year He ucceeds John J Rhodes perator of Rhodes Electrical Center to the office The Rev Mr Dean is the 22nd resident of the Juniata Valley jions Club Other officers installed during ladies night meeting held in he soical room of the Alexandria Methodist Church were Elwood lunter first vicepresidentjCarl Deckers second vice president Villiam Anderson third vice resident Elmer Radfke seci etarv Harry Davis treasurer ticiidrd Anderson tail twister jid Jesse Keith lion tamer Installed as directors for two ears were Robert Grove and Lambert for one cmald Litzenberger and Horace loss District Governor Harold itimmel conducted the aressive and challenging service installation The special program for the evening was present by John Jaq uish civil engineer US Soil Conservation Service who rave an interesting and inform ative presentation tion The new president is an or Contd on Page 2 Testimony On Ray stow 11 Presented Two area men Donald G Ever hart of Huntingdon and John T Connelly of Lewlstown appeared with representatives from Hunt ingdon and Mifflln Counties be fore the Senate Appropriations Committee in Washington this morning in support of further appropriations for the Raystown Flood Control Project Everhart and Connelly present ed oral statements yesterday to the Congressional House Approp riations SubCommittee on Pub lie Works Cong J Irvin Whalley introduced the group of repre sentatives to the committee The group submitted additional testimony for the committees record and Pennsylvania Secre tary of Forests Waters Dr Maurice K Goddard presented testimony to the com mittee The representatives will re turn to Huntingdon and Lewis town after their meeting today Terrorists Are Active In Saigon SAIGON nights of B52 Stratoforts went after Communist threats to key Allied bases northwest of Sggon and in the Central Highlands in raids ending at dawn today Terrorist bombs left two civilians dead in the capital One bomb exploded inside a pedicab near South Vietnamese naval headquarters In Saigon sures of 55 mills on a 40 per cent assessed valuation today killing the passenger and per capita and one half of one wounding the driverIt followed percent earned income under Act a terrorist blast near National 511 Police Headquarters Tuesday The levies are the same as that killed a childand wounded those in force In the current fiscal year The board elected Mrs Heidi Pannebaker to serve another Fill Huntingdon Countys June Draft Quota seven adults North Vietnamese troops in vaded a US artillery base on the northern coast before dawn Huntingdon County Draft Board No 75 sent 10 young men tor induction into the armed forces early today They travelled by bus to New Cumberland Army Depot The June draft quota included seated left to right Kenneth Morningstar Pe tersburg Dean Quinn Huntingdon Benny Varner Orbisonia Robert Thomas Saxton RJD Standing left to right Russell RanWn Mount Union Stephen Thomas Saltillo Dennis Parks Huntingdon Dale Benson Three Springs George Lancaster Mount Union and John Bickle Huntingdon fouryear term as secretary t killing 11 GIs and wound of the board and reelected Robert 32 ln nandtohand combat E Steele as treasurer First Na mim spokesmen said tional Bank of Saxton was re defenders In Fatal Shooliii Of Huntiiifidoii Man tained as depository for school monies for 196970 The secretary was given the authority to make the transfers of necessary budgetary items as of June 30 and theboardauthori zed the president and secretary to pay bills coming due prior to the end of this fiscal year for which funds are budgeted ESEA PLANS May bills were approved for payment as were Title 1 ESEA bills of Admlnistra tlve Assistant G Allen Hoover presented plans to continue the current kindergarten transporta tion elementary bookmobile Contd on Page S mem bers of the 196th Light Infantry Brigade threw out the invaders and after sunup found 27 North Vietnamese bodies a flameth rower and 12 rifles on the battlefield It was one of four Communist ground attacks early today that followed 46 rocket and mortar barrages Into South Vietnamese towns and Allied military camps the US command said Behind a barrage of shells the North Vietnamese sprang from the jungle 340 miles northeast of Saigon and throwing grenades and using a Contd on Page 8 Man Caught Burglarizing Charges To Be Filed Gas Station i T T Fending Inquest Later 8505 Million Slash In Benefits Cuts In States Welfare Programs Set By Shafer A Blair County man was cap tured early today in the act of burglarizing the Highway Texaco Service Station along Route 22 in Porter Township one east of Alexandria State Trooper Carl F Regitz of the Huntingdon substation apprehended Dennis Karl Poet 20 Box 456 HollSdaysburg RD 1 at am today while Poet was ransacking the business est ablishment which is owned by Robert Earl Hess of McConnells town Poet took off after being surprised while in the act of burglarizing the places but after a short spirited footrace he was taken into custody by Trooper Regitz Poet was arraigned early to Library Pending the results of a coroners inquest no charges will be mile filed at present against Mrs Isabelle E Norris 41 as the re suit of the fatal shooting of her husband Veryl G Norris In their home Monday evening Sgt Nicholas J Spallone com mander of the Huntingdon State Police substation announced the decision last evening following a conference between District Attorney Newton C TaylorState Police and Huntingdon Borough investigators including Chief of Police Donald Wingate Taylor and Dr Harry H Neg ley Jr Huntingdon County coro ner will schedule the inquest in the near future Norris a native of Huntingdon Plans Open In the absence of Harold B Brumbaugh chairman of the Huntingdon County Library dedi cation program a letter contain ing committee plans was read died minutes after he was shot in day before Justce of the Peace atgyesterdays board of the back with a 22 calibreHAR In South Vietnam Elections Flexibility Is Noted SAIGON UPI President Nguyen Van Thieu returned rrom Midway Island demon strating a new flexibility oward elections to determine the political future of South Vietnam This flexibility was the most significant point to emerge from the news conference the South Vietnamese President held Monday after returning from his meeting with Pres ident Nixon Thieu held out the possibility of an election contest with the Viet Cong before the regularly scheduled 1971 presidential elec tions He said the timing of such elections the form they would take and who would be allowed to participate could be negotiat ed with the Communists Hail Up Foot In Texas HARRISBURG UPI Gov Raymond P Shafer admitting Perm sylvanias welfare caseload for the coming fiscal year had been underestimated by 30 per cent proposed a million cut in benefits Even with the reductions Shafer told a news conference Tuesday another million will be needed for fiscal 196970 bringing the total state welfare bill to S3379 million Shafer said the state also would need a S7 million defi ciency appropriation for the three weeks remaining in the current fiscal year The money measure was in troduced in the Senate Tuesday and quickly cleared to the floor by the Rules Committee Sen ate Majority Leader Stanley G Stroup RBedford said he was confident it would be parsed and sent to the House early next week Without the cutback in pro posed benefits which will take effect when the new fiscal pe riod begins July 1 the state treasury would have needed an additional million to absorb the increased caseload Estimate Low Shafer said that when his billion General Fund budget Contd on Page 11 Tornadoes raked sections of West Texas and Nebraska golf ball sized hail accumulated up to foot deep in Texas and high winds buffeted other parts of the Great Plains Tuesday night A twister blew out windows and damaged roofs of 100 homes in Plainview Tex south of Amarillo A tornado de stroyed two cabins at Johnsons Lake Neb about 85 miles west of Grand Island Other tor nadoes were sighted near Bertrand Neb and Stratford Tex At Hale Center Tex near Plainview hail piled up to a foot deep as winds up to 70 miles an hour lashed the area Winds clocked at 63 mph Contd on Page 2s Mary Ughtner of Ardenheim He waived preliminary hearing and was committed to Huntingdon County Jail to await court action Regitz was on midnight patrol when he was alerted to the fact that a burglary was under way at the service station Poet had smashed the glass in the front door of the service station in order to gain entrance to the building Since he was surprised while committing the crime nothing was stolen Investigation showed that Poet had been hitchhiking and was dropped off near the Highway Texaco Service Station WagePrice Controls Discussed WASHINGTON UPI the second time in two weeks a high Nixon administration offi cial has spoken about wage price controls as a means of controlling inflation Both officials said however the administration was opposed to such controls Most obser vers saw the statements as prodding Congress to extend the 10 per cent income tax surcharge due to expire June 30 But in Congress where extension of the surcharge appears in serious trouble ANN ARBOR Mich immediate reaction was firmly The anguished father looked opposed to controls down at the mutilated body of Wage and price controls his pretty daughter victim of make about as much sense as the sixth sex slaying in this the surtax and its no good university community and said Sen Vance Hartke DInd shouted a member of the Senate I dont want her I dont Finance Committee want dead A week ago an administration Mr and Mrs Joseph Kalom official said at a news of Portage Mich Tuesday night trustees meeting The Hon Joseph H chair man of the board of the library presided at the session held in the new wing of the library A week of activity is being planned with special dedication services set for October 8 Gordon W Haverstock re viewed the progress of the build revolver in the hands of his wile Mrs Norris admitted to police that she pulled the trigger of the weapon believing that it was not loaded Sgt Spallone said that the re sults of investigation interroga tion and a polygraph examination indicated to investigators that Victim Of Sex Slaying ing program of which he is Norris died from an accidentally chairman Renovations on the inflicted gunshot wound Mr Dickinson Lipphard J C Blair Memorial Hospital path ologist performed an autopsy on Norris body at the hospital at yesterday and found tliat the 22 bullet although it library fund hasbeen entered the right side of the paid to date back pierced the victims heart The treasurers report showed Death resulted in a matter ol receipts for the month of May in minutes as a result of internal the amount of 584627 Expendhemorrhaging McMurtrie House were of special concern It reported by Charles B Burket chairman of the build ing financial campaign that of the pledged to the Domestic Relations Court Held Huntingdon County Domestic Relations Court was held yester day with Judge R Merle Heffner presiding District Attorney Newton C Taylor represented the Corn monwealth while Haymond A Holland chief probation officer represented that department Four new cases were on the list prepared by the Domestic Relations Department An agreement was reached n the case of Commonwealth vs Oliver Thomas Ford of Hunting don The case was dismissed without prejudice to either party with the defendant agreeing to pay the costs Josephine Sarah Ford 1400 Washington Street Huntingdon was the prosecutrix In the second case the de fendant failed to appear and the court ordered that a bench war rant be issued The third case was continued until today when the defendant James Leroy Watson of Hunt ingdon and the prosecutrix Al verta Watson Mapleton Depot are slated to be In court By agreement James Harvey Contd on Page 11 The bullet lodged near the surface on the left side ol the chest There was no point of exit It was a nonexplosive bul tures for the same period totaled Mrs Martin H Heine chairman of the Personnel Com mittee brought several matters let and it remained to the board The library will Interrogation of Mrs Norris Confd on Page 2 Confd on Page 2 Photographer Will Speak At Garden Club Meeting Astronauts To Plant Old Glory Moon Next Month backgrounder a growing min ority of businessmen were so refused to make arrange ments to take their daughters alarmed over rising inflation body home for burial WASHINGTON UPI Contd on Page 2 THE WEATHER Previously Thieu had indicat tory tells us the first thing ed to Vietnamese congressmen Columbus did on wading ashore he was determined no elections in the new world was to raise would be held outside the the flag of Spain framework of the constitution Apparently protocol hasnt changed much in the explora tion business The National Aeronautics and Space Administration NASA said Tuesday the Apollo 11 astronauts will plant an Ameri can flag when they land on the moon next month Whats more they will hoist a second Stars and Stripes for a moment than bring it back for presentation to the organization whose largess made the trip US Congress The gift to the legislators took on added significance ir the wake of a debate over Partly cloudy and warm to day high upper to BOS Fair and warm tonight low in the Thursday partly cloudy and warm with chance of an afternoon or evening thundershower high in BOS Fridays ovtlook afternoon or evening scattered showers and thundershowers likelv whether the spacemen should take along the United Nations flag as a gesture of internation al goodwill NASA administrator Thomas O Paine testified in April no decision had been made what flag to fly He said the State Department suggested the UN flag as a possibility Rep Burt L Talcott RCalif told Paine bluntly that if the UN nag went up the agency might as well forget about the extra billions it said it needed to keep ahead of the Soviet Union in space NASA officials got the message and advised key House members Tuesday the national rather than the international banner would be carried by the astronauts they favored wageprice con trols as an alternative The official said however the administration did not favor controls Tuesday Treasury Secretary university David M Kennedy said the Elizabeth government would consider Kalom suggested the Univer sity of Michigan bury her Its too big and all they care about is money and politics the grieved father said of the his daughter Alice 21 graduated from last month She is the sixth imposing wageprice controls to victim of a sex slaying in this cool the economy if Congress fails to extend the surtax Contd on Page 2 INSIDE THE NEWS university area in two years Let the president of the university bury her on the front lawn he said Body Identified Kalom had just made positive Chief clrk of the Huntingdon County Commissioners Lewis F Greene will revert to his former profession on Tuesday nigni June at 8 oclock wlen h presents a teAk Photcgrapi ing Flowers at the meeting of the Standing Stone Garden Club Graene was a professional photographer years prior tc ME prssent errplcyrnent anc his covering aU types of photography was well known throughout this area Mrs W James Anderson president will conduct the meet ing o tE club which is still opsn to additional additional suggestions for dts trilnition On Saturday June 21 persons who heard Greenestalkwlllhave an opportunity to put his advice into action A field trip to Contd on Page 5 identification of Alices body at members Although membership Along The Juniata 3 Ann Landers 6 Classified ads18 19 Comics17 Crossword19 Obituaries 2 Pennsylvania Story 13 Society Club 15 Sports4 5 the University of Michigan Hospital where it had lain since she was found nearly nude on an abandoned farm Monday afternoon Police meanwhile scoured the southeastern Michigan countryside for the girls killer who may have murdered the other five girls all on rainy Contd on Page 11 will always be open to interested persons the charter membership rolls will soon be closed Cur there ari about 75 mem including individuals and husband and wife members In additionto the tips Greene wil offer on taking pictures of Hovers he will shcv a film eiiled Garden Notebook and wi1 havs colorful folders with LEWIS F GREENE Closing Protested Eight Mount Union retailers met for the regular meeting on Tuesday afternoon to transact monthly business Chairman Luther Parks con ducted the session held at 1 pm at Bill Swings Restaurant A lengthy discussion was held concerning the banks closing on Saturday mornings It was the general opinion of the retailers that it was inconvenient for the retailers and those persons work ing in factories and persons work ing out of town who depended on doing their banking on Sat urday mornings The Mount Union Retail Com mittee went on record as protesting the Saturday morn ing closing 01 the banks in the community Plans were completed for a future promotion It was de cided that banners for the stores would be placed at The Daily News office and should be picked up by the retailers Details on the promotion will be an nounced at a later time in the Daily News The next retail meeting will be held on Tuesday July 8 at 1 pjn at Bills Restaurant Those in attendance included Luther Parks Raymond Appleby Mrs Thelma McMullen Mrs Mabel Jaymes Mrs Pauline Fields Mrs Tonl Boggs Max Reeder and Robert McCov   

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