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   Daily News (Newspaper) - June 16, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                State Library Education Building Pa IVI AS House Republicans Try To Move Drops StopGap Money Bills For State THE DAILY NEWS 48 HUNTINGDON and MOUNT UNION Base Course Key For Evans Probe SEGOVIA Spain officials proclaimed a state of mourning today for 50 persons crushed in the collapse of a restaurant roof in a model village Sunday Police arrested the owner of the project and sotight the designers Doctors said they feared many of the 120 injured would not survive Nearly 300 persons were eating a late lunch at a fiesta to celebrate the opening of a new convention hall restaurant in the model village of LOS Officers Testify At Hearing Angeles de San Rafael 50 miles northwest of Madrid when the tragedy occurred It was almost time for selection of three beauty queens of the fiesta Saw Cloud Of Dust Suddenly there was deafening roar and I saw a big cloud of dust erupting from the SUBIC BAY Philippines UPI The officer guiding the U S building said Civil Guard destroyer Frank E Evans may have had the wrong base course Corporal Jose Flores for the Australian carrier Melbourne shortly before the two Dozens of people were ships collided June 3 testimony revealed today screaming trapped under the The mistaken course ap debris It was terrible paired to be one of the key Police said the dead included factors which led to the 20 women four children and collision and the loss of 74 Angel Jimenez Millan 49 American sailors during South mayor of the town of Barco de east Asia Treaty Organization Avlla All the dead and Injured SEATO exercises In the South were Spaniards China Sea Police arrested Jesus Gil Testifying before a sixman owner of the residential project USAustralian board of inqui and said they would detain the ry Lt Richard E Newby 29 the officer on the bridge of one of the accompanying destroy ers the USS James E Kyes said the Melbournes base course just prior to collision was 220 degrees On Friday Lt jg James A Hopson 28 one of the two officers on the bridge of the Evans told the board that to the best of his knowledge the base course was 185degrees Hopson and Lt Jg Ronald C Ramsey 24 of Long Beach Calif senior officer on the bridge of the Evans at the time France MONDAY JUNE 16 1969 NO 117 State Pays To 3 Districts technicians who designed the partially completed complex The charges against Gil were not announced Confd on Page 5 THE WEATHER Clear today high in the 60s Fair and cool tonight low in the 40s Partly cloudy and a little warmer Tuesday high in the 70s Outlook lor Wednesday partly cloudy and mild with a chance of showers Contd on Page 2 From House Education Committee Aid Bill Likely To Get Approval WASHINGTON UPI A bill to cut off federal aid to colleges which do not adopt plans for dealing with campus rioting was expected to be approved this week by a delicately woven majority on the House education committee The presidents of eight Rockets Fall Short Of Airport SAIGON rockets aimed at Saigons Tan Son Nhut Airport fell a mile short erf the mark in one of 25 overnight Communist shelllngs reported by the US Military Command Headquarters spokesmen said eight of the salvos against South Vietnamese towns and Allied military camps caused damage or casualties following fighting Sunday in which US troops killed 119 guerrillas There was no explanation why the 100pound rockets with a range of seven miles landed Daily News HarrisburgBureau in paddy fields short of Tan Son HARRBBURG Three HunU Nhut where Gen Creighton Wc ingdon County school districts Abrams has his Pentagon East have been paid in headquarters Abrams spokes state funds by the State Depart men said the missiles definitely ment of Public Instruction for were aimed at the base costs of special classes for handi The biggest Sunday battle capped pupils conducted in their saw American paratroopers schools in the 196768 school level their artillery and repulse year according to department a threewave North Vietnamese officials These school districts provid ed 16 special classes in their schools in the indicated school year all of them for mentally retarded pupils in both elemen tary and high school grades the department said In addition to the classes by the school districts the Hunting don County SchoolBoard operated two classes one each for mentally retarded and in speech correction in various schools in county state funds for the cost of these classes were pro vided the board at the opening of the school year according to the Six persons were Injured in department two Dublin Township accidents The Huntingdon County School late yesterday afternoon Two districts were paid state funds of the Injured are hospitalized underthe special class program one at Chambersburg and the as follows other one at the Fulton County Juniata Valley Medical Center McConnells Contd on Page 5 Usage Of Acid Has Declined Drug Abuse Hits Epidemic Level WASHINGTON UPI Drug abuse in the UnitedStates particul arly that involving marijuana has reached epidemic proportions according to the Department of Health Education and Welfare 4 Plan Rejected By Israel attempt to overrun their camp on the floor of the A Shaw Valley on the Laotian border War communiques said 51 Communist bodies were found Contd on Page 6 Six Injured In Dublin In a June newsletter the department estimated that five million to seven million persons in the United States have used marijuana at least once But also revealed use of LSD so called acid has declined in the past two years HEW lists these other drug use statistics One million Israeli Premier Golda Meir persons hve used nonbarbitur said the Soviet Union was as ate sedatives Including LSD much to blame for the Middle 400000 have used barbiturates East crisis as Egypt She asked including salaries and mil and amphetamines and 100000 the United States to understand Von for the public assistance are known narotics addicts why Israel cannot accept a Big program Four settlement of the fighting Donaldson said the pas between Arab and Israeli sage of the proposals should be Mrs Meir raised a crumpled matter of bipartisan re handkerchief to her forehead sponslbillty and her eyes were sad Sunday Although there is a wide night as she mentioned the difference of opinion about the Budget Is Caught In Stalemate HARRISBURG UPI House Republicans contending that time has run out in the legislative budget stalemate plan to introduce million in stopgap appropriations to day to keep the state in busi ness after June 30 The measures are designed to provide funds for welfare schools subsidies and general government In the event there Is no agreement on a general fund budget when the 1969 70 fiscal year opens on July 1 In announcing the move over the weekend House Minority Leader Lee A Donaldson Jr R Allegheny said he would seek Immediate action on t h e proposals this week Somebodys got to take some leadership in this budget mess and 1 guess its up to us Donaldson said The bills will provide million for subsidies to local school districts million for general government operations PARIS head ed today Into a new serenyear era at gaullism under Pompidou a 57yearold former high school teacher banker and premier who learned Us politics from the man he succeeds as president Charles de Gaulle Pompidou who served De Gaulle or six years as premier only to be fired last fall woo election Sunday as the second president of the Gaullist Fiftk Republic in a nearlandslide victory over Interim President Alain Poher Pompidou is expected to make some changes In his mentors policies most likely in the form of better relations with the United States an easing of French opposition to British entry Into the Common Market and possibly a more neutral Middle East policy heretofore proArab and anti Israel In a victory statement broadcast on radio and televi sion the portly former premier said he regarded his win as consolidation and Contd on Page 5 INSIDE THE NEWS The total social cost Is million a year HEW said Some ol the information came April 22 in congressional testimony by Dr Stanley F Yolles director of the National Institute of Mental Health Marijuana use has been rapidly increasing in the past five years Yolles said Although originally restricted to certain jazz musicians artists and ghetto dwellers it has now appeared among the middle and upper class A NIMH information sheet on marijuana says H is not narcotic It does not cause physical dependency as do heroin and other narcotics the publication says number ol scientists think the drug can cause psychologi cal dependency however If its userstate it regularly it said In his testimony Yolles said Confd on Page 2 Shellac Thinner Kills Three ROME Ga UPI George Lludsey couldnt shake the hangover from the drinks he had shared with four other persons at a rooming house Friday He went to a hospital late Saturday It may have saved his life Ldndseys companions died within a 24hour period after the drinks Police said Sunday they had been drinking shellac thinner purchased at a paint store Acting Desk Sgt OW Pierce said officers went to the rooming house Friday afternoon after receiving a telephone tip They found Francis Ottlng 40 dead and Johnny Smith 39 Clinton Ellis 54 and Robert Sampler 54 unconscious One of the men died Friday night and the other two Saturday Lindsey had left the party but police began a search for him when it was learned he also had consumed the poison ous thinner ornla at Berk eley Texas Alabama North Carolina Michigan Chicago lYlaplelOll Yale and invit ed to testify today on the measure by Rep Edith Green DOre College educators In general have bombarded Congress with letters urging they be allowed to work out the problem at the campus level without new federal legislation But a coalition of 14 Republicans and four Demo crats on the sufficient majority to move the measure to the floor for action that the bill really protects colleges from repres sive legislation called for by other members of Congress No one in Congress has said Route 444 Freshman At Wins United States The 71yearold grandmother was addressing the Zionist Federation of Great Britain and Ireland She said Israel could not accept any agreement to which the Soviets were a part Russia Is at least as directly responsible for the war as President Gamal Abdel Nasser of Egypt she said We have no doubt the United States and the United Kingdom are our friends she said We ask our friends and our great United understand us Demilitarized zones UN observers and everything else has been tried and they have all failed she said No one else can do it negotiate peace but Nasser Fighting flared again Sunday along a 50mile front of the Suez Canal An Egyptian military spokes man said the battle first broke Contd on Page 6 Ann Landers 9 Classified Ads12 13 Comicsil Crossword13 Obituaries2 Pennsylvania Story 10 Society Club News 8 Sports4 5 Through These Doors 10 Arrested In HitRun Crash A Mapleton Depot man Lewis Miller 61 was arrested yes terday by HuntingdonStatePolice for hitrun driving Police were called early Sun day morning to Investigate a traffic Incident that occurred near Whltsels Tavern along old out at Deversoir In the southern which found the part of the canal and that Egyptian guns destroyed sever al Israeli vehicles Contd on Page 6 600 Attend Pennsylvania i i own Saturday U BailK he favors campus violence but beyond that starting point Democrats have fought Demo crats and Republicans are in conflict with their own adminis tration on how to combat the problem There is also disagreement in President Nixons official fami ly on the issue Education Commissioner James E Allen Jr said there should be no new legislation Contd on Page burg One of the Injured persons Cloyd Flood 74 Neelyton may be serious since it was reported that he suffered a heart attack following the accident This State ClOWtl fact could not be confirmed at Chambersburg Hospital HERSHEY Pa State Police at Huntingdon said syivania will put its stakes on six persons were injured in a pretty Trudy Lee Pedersen an pm accident at the inter 18yearold Clarion State Col section of Route 522 and 641 iege freshman in the Miss onequarter of a mile north of America Pageant this Septem Shade Gap ber Richard Shultz 49 of 914 West The new Miss Trlndle Road Mechajiicsburg who won her crown was southbound on Route 522 night stands 5feet5 and fl operating a 1968 Chevrolet sedan weighs 120 pounds She caught llOllSC He attempted to make a left turn the judges eyes with a 372436 Route 22 west of Mill Creek onto ROUte 641 and in so doing figure Six hundred customers and pulled Into the path of the north Miss Pedersen is a brown friends of the Community State Millers 1961 Dodge truck was bound 1968 Volvo station wagon eyed brunette who represented Bank attended the open house parked on the right side of old driven by David Yoder 28 of York County in the competition last Saturday afternoon from 2 Route 22 Henderson Township 34 Woodsdale Trailer Park State In addition to winning a berth to T oclock College The front of the Yoder in the Miss America Pageant Many compliments were rec car hit the right front and rear she won a scholarship eived on the fine addition to the doors of the Shultz vehicle from a sponsor a four year banking quarters the enlarged Yoder and his wife Velma 28 scholarship from the governors were hurt He suffered minor office and numerous other lacerations while his wife re prizes ceived facial Injuries They were Contd 6 treated at the J C Blair Mem Contd on Page 7 Earlier it was reported that one longbladed kitchen knife found after an intensive search of the area constituted a ma jor breakthrough In the case Children frolicking In a flow er patch found the keys to the facing west while a 1965 Ambassador sedan owned by Donald McNerlin 42 ville was parked along the south or left side of the highway facing west Contd OP Page 6 JV Mental Health Board Has Election Of Officers The Community Mental Health Center of Juniata Valley board of directors reelected Robert Kumpf president at its quarterly meeting held in the Lewistown Hospital boardroom on June 11 Other officers elected were Henry JStoudtPetersburgvice president Paul Heckert Lewis town RD i treasurer and G Edward Branthaver Huntingdon m emberatlarge New board members for 1969 70 are as follows Richard E Cummings Henry JStoudt Ed win W Elder G Edward Brant haver Paul M Moore Miss Sue WUson Mrs Richard Brownthe Rev Robert Hess and James H Jackson Huntingdon County From Mlfflln County are Miss Francis McNltt Mrs Harold Houck Dale Galer Robert Kumpf Harry Berlin DJ3S Paul Heckert Miss tige Toner and Norman Miller from Juniata County Miss Josephine Shraw derSamuelCleck Russell Amig Kenneth Lehman and Andrew Zendt President Kumpf and Herbert Rosenfeld executive director discussed the many services that will be required under the new regulations of the Mental Health Mental Retardation Act Theexp ansion of services will provide for aftercare Interim care of persons who are mentally retar ded intake procedures furnished by a base service unitdeter mining liability for costs of ser vices patient service account Contd on Pacce G and redecorated lobby the new work room private conference room and the board of directors room All visitors were greeted by bank officers directors and staff were Contd on Page 6 Rusty Knives Are Being Studied In Murder Probe ABSECON N J UPI Police Investigating the stabbing murders of two pretty coeds Memorial Day awaited laboratory results today on about 12 rusty knives found within a mile of the glvls bodies and their car State police spokesmen said Sunday that all 12 knives were 111 Orhisonia sent to the state police labora cory at West Trenton The find rtb T have not been disclosed tJpOvJw In Fire At Parsonage Early discovery and prompt action by volunteer firemen pre car setting off the search vented a costly blaze at the Church of the Brethren age in Orbisonla on Saturday about noon Assistant Fire Chief Max ter Jr disclosed during the E wing estimated damage at about in the pm blaze which started In the attic of the dwelling The loss Is covered by Insurance The RevR A Beverlln pastor of the church said that Pete Brown a neighbor discovered the fire when he noted smoke pouring from the attic of the parsonage on Rldgley Street Brown notified the minister of the emergency Mr Beverlin used a carbon dioxide extinguisher In an attempt to bring the fire under control while firemen were being sum moned His efforts checked the fire for a time The minister said that Insul ation placed In the attic last year also helped check the spread of the flames The blaze was blamed on def Contd on Page 6 knife Thurs day Meanwhile Atlantic County Prosecutor Robert N McAilis weekend that state police have questioned a witness who saw the two 19yearold coeds In their car with a young male driver shortly before they stabbed to death McAllister confirmed that po lice had Interrogated the wit ness a passing the prosecutor would not elab orate The witness reportedly saw a young man driving the conver tible of Susan Davis and beth Perry shortly after they left a diner in nearby Somers Point Police surmise the girls were slain a short time later McAllister said the witness spotted the girls after they left the diner about 6 am on the day of their death The bodies discovered three days Contd on Page 2 In Susqiicliaiina Prospectus Juniata River Basin Management Assessed Car Rammed In Shade Gap Crash Four persons riding in this Chevrolet were injured late yesterday afternoon in a twovehicle crash at the intersection of Route 522 and 641 near Shade Gap All of the Injured are from Mer cersburg and one is hospitalized at Fulton County Medical Center at McConnelsburg See ano ther photo on Page 7 Of the over 18000 miles of streams in the Susquehanna River Basin Huntingdon Countians are most particularly concernedwlth the Coordinating Committees recommendations involving sub basin VI Juniata River Basin Taking Into account the large Army Corps reservoir available for recreation upon completion on the Raystown Branch the study evaluated the basin in this way on their early action prospectus The water resources prob lems of the Juniata River basin over the next 10 to 15 years are predominantly water supply and stream water quality The larger population centers are In the headwaters where natural streamflows and water yields are low Those are two of the reasons why water supply and quality treatments are of the kind recommended stream flow In the headwaters is too little to make impoundments of sufficient size to treat the problem except at exhorbitant expense And even then they would probably not be satisfactory solutions KEY TO SOLUTIONS Such planning as this was the key to the thinking by the study workshop in choosing the approp riate alternatives for inclusion in the prospectus Usually between three and five alternative solu tions were available to any parti cular class of problems water supply acid drainage pollution abatement or whatever Contd on Page 5 Mount Union Man Is Listed As Critical Carlton COswalt well known Mount Union businessman suf fered a heart attack at his home early today He is listed in critical con dition today at the J C Blair Memorial Hospitals special care unit Oswalt 44 is a former Mount Union fire chief and Is assoc iated with his father CBOswalt in the commercial printing firm bearing their names C B wait A Son   

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