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   Daily News (Newspaper) - June 17, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                State Library Education Building rif Pa 17126 OKINAWA THE DAILY NEWS VOL 48 HUNTINGDON and MOUNT UNION TUESDAY JUNE 17 1969 NO 118 Angry House Members Will Refuse Back Pay For Powell For Huntingdon To Consider Several Proposals Controller Plans For Voting To Start New School n rri 1 Get Approval On 1 eacher Bill The future of Okinawa Americas unsinkable aircraft carrier off the Asian mainland since World War II is at stoke in negotiations with Japan coming up this summer Tokyo reportedly is asking that the island be returned to Japanese control by 1972 with the United States retaining bases there under the same conditions as in the main Japanese nuclear weapons 150 Persons Attend Public Gathering Discuss Annexation At Allenport Meet Final preliminary plans have been approved by theDepartment of Public Instruction and the bids have been sent out for test bor ings for the new Huntingdon Area Middle S chool and it was revealed last night at the regular monthly meeting of the board of educa tion President Richard J Endres presided at the session held in the home economics room of the Huntingdon Area Junior High School All directors were present BRASILIA York for the session They are Gov Nelson A Rockefeller J Hohman T J Orner headed for Rio de Janeiro Mrs Louise Kaylor Porter today having completed a Brown William Lang Allen second meeting with President One hundred flfty interested citizens of Allenport and surround ing areas in Shirley Township attended a public meeting last night to voice their opinions on the proposal of the Mount Union Borough Kevin Love chairman of the board of supervisors chaired the session held in the cafeteria of the Allenport Elementary School Attorney William J Myers solicitor for the Shirley Township Supervisors Joseph Danish T B Cramer supervisors and Charles McClain secretary were also on hand for the meeting called by the board of super visors Attorney Myers informed the to annex Allenport making it a part of Mount Union Borough has no bearing on the decision of whether L Grief and Bro will proceed with a proposed expansion program of the Mount Union plant Many Questions were asked of the supervisors and Myers by group how the method of annex ation takes place according to legal procedure He noted 51 percent of the freeholders pro perty owners In the area to be annexed must sign a petition in favor of the annexation Charles McClain and Nevin the citizens The prime concern Love told of a meeting held with ne property owners was Eugene Frankhouser general manager of the Mount Union Manufacturing Company con cerning the program expansion program of the firms Mount Union plant Myers read a letter from Frankhouser advising any inter what annexation would mean to them as far as taxes being raised Other persons wanted to know what advantage would be obtained O Af 1 1 by annexation to the borough of Mount Union ested persons the proposal of Mount Union Borough Council An open letter had been sent to citizens of Allenport from Confd on Page 2 Hoover Alton Smith and Dr Ken Arthur da Costa e Silva and neth Rockwell along with a direo talks with leaders of the tor nominee Mrs Dorothy nations suspended congress kert Rockefeller arrived late Mon John EBinneysuperintendent day from New York and spent of schools announced that final an hour and 45 minutes with preliminary approval has been Costa e Silva who has ruled by granted to the middle school decree since September when plans by the DPI and the archi he suspended congress It was tect Is now proceeding with the the third segment of a trip to preparation of final plans He Latin American for President Confd on Page 7 Nlxotl Nlxon administra tion will use the facts Rockefeller gathers in trying to formulate a new Latin Ameri can policy Tries To Prevent Demonstra tions B r a z i 1s military backed government every effort to prevent the antiAmerican demonstrations that have made HARRISBURG UPI Legislative leaders expect the first of several proposals to add to or rewrite legislation outlining the rights of governmental employes Including school teachers to reach a vote in the House today The House amended the first such measure to reach the chamber floor Monday by a re vision which specifies it would not repeal the 1947 law which currently governs government al employe relationships The 1947 law is interpreted as banning employes In subsequent House then down an amendment which would have given certain governmental employes includ ing teachers a limited right to Has Qi Reception strikes by public actions the FLOYD A ROLLER strike a proposed revi sion which its opponents said would make the bill a right towork measure State Rep Donald O Blair R Allegheny said the amend Juiiiata Fills New Position Following Action By High Court WASHINGTON UPI House members angered at the Supreme Court ruling they had no right to exclude Rep Adam Clayton Powell irately vowed they wouldnt foot the bill for the Harlem Democrats back pay even if tlie court orders them to pay it Well never pay it was the defiant world around the House Most members argued hotly the Supreme Court had no business considering the case of Powells 22month exclusion from the 90th Congress They said the Constitution gives the House the exclusive right to judge the qualification of members But the court said the Constitution sets the qualifications for House mem bers and Powell was eligible Mondays 7 to 1 ruling which also sent to the lower courts the question of Powells right to back pay cleared up the last of the legal problems that have beset the Harlem lawmaker since I960 and that figured heavily in the March 1 1967 House vote to exclude him Contd on Page Boy Struck 100 into Demands Full Constitutional Rights Evans Skipper Refuses To Testify At Inquiry turbulent the first two parts of QAiynw nrpnTWO Rockefellers tour to Latin Leader K Leroy Irvis of Aldirector of data processing and lw America The government legheny County asked that his accounting at Susquehanna Uni rockets jailed nearly 100 suspected and the names of House Speakverslty coming to that position political agitators and changed er Herbert Fine man and Demfrom the Willlamsport School landinE in empty schoolyard Rockefellers route from the ocratic Whip James F PrendDistrict and Area Joint Schools airport to downtown ergast of Northampton County where he was an accountant The government said he be dropped from a lengthy list Roller was graduated from Contd on Page 5 Confd on Page 2 SUBIC BAY Philippines UPI The officer in charge of the USS Frank E Evans when It collided with an Austrailian air craft carrier refused today to testify before a board of inquiry without full constitutional rishts Lt GE Ronald C Ramsey 24 of Long Beach Calif informed the board of his decision through his legal counsel Lt Frederick F Tilton of Marie mocit Ohio on the eighth day of hearings into the cause of the crash that killed 74 Americans Tiltoo said he advised Ram sey not to testify because bis requests to see the testimony of previous witnesses to recall witnesses and to witnesses had been denied Mr Ramsey after careful consideration of this advice declines to make a statement at this time reserving of course the right to testify before any board or formal I board herein after convened which has the authority to grant him bis full constitutional rights Tilton said No More Witnesses Called The board of three US Navy and three Australian navy officers called to determine the facts and not guilt adjourned for a closed meeting A spokesman said no more witnesses would be called today The board Saturday said it did not have the authority to grant Ramseys requests and warned him be was suspected of negligently hazarding the Evans in the collision Ramsey was within his rights in refusing to testify The fact finding happened in the minutes before the June 3 tragedy in the South China Sea Ramseys decision came as a surprise because his assistant on the Evans bridge during the collision Lt jg James A Hopson 28 of Kansas City Kan had testified fully for three days Hopson too had been warned he was suspected of negligent ly hazarding his ship Neither man was formally charged for the board had no punitive powers Its task was to determine the facts on which charges if any would be based Tilton announced Ramseys decision after the board had agreed to let Ramsey review transcript of his testimony the end of each day and add any statements he wanted to Is Critical An eightyearold boy who was struck by a car on Standing Stone Avenue in Huntingdon yesterday afternoon remains in critical con dition today at J C Blair Mem orial Hospital The accident victim John Calvin Savitts Aitch RD underwent a twohour emergency operation at the hospital last might because of internal bleed Slated To Open Monday 30 ing caused by a laceration of a kidney The lad a son of John and Rose Savitts Altch RDalso suffered a cerebral concussion and a fractured left clavicle The accident happened at 2 pm In front of the Martin H Heine Inc auto body shop on Standing Stone Avenue The Savitts car was parked in front of the body shop on the Floyd A Roller has been appointed to the newly created position of controller at Juiiiata merit was aimed at protecting College It was announced today the rights of all governmental by Dr John N Stauffer presl employes to join or not to Join dent a union to represent them Roller who has been business A man shouldnt be told manager of the Selinsgrove Area that he cant work by a unJoint Schools will have complete ion Bair contended responsibility for budget control In another major action the at the college He will assume 1 OO PflllTl fl names of the three top Demohis new duties on July 7 JWW A UL111U cratic leaders in the House were For the last two years Roller 1 1 removed from the list of sponhas been responsible for budget JLVOCliClS sors of college scholarship and and financial planning pur loan legislation at their own rechasingand preparing the annual quest financial report at Selinsgrove House Democratic Floor From 1964 to 1967 he was Leader K Leroy Irvis of Aldirector of data processing and L Hit Saigon Huntingdon Sets Summer Classes a block from the US Embassy in one of 22 overnight Communist shellings reported by military spokesmen Costliest of the salvos was a 17round mortar attack into Kien Van 70 miles southwest of Williamsport High School in 1956 and from Lycomlng College in 1960 Hired by the school dis trict he was given responsibility for purchasing and accounting Saigon where one South records In 1962 the Williamsport School District formed a jointure with three contiguous districts Rol ler was placed in charge of accounts payable the jointure payroll and plans for the develop ment of data processing center t d on For Health John E Binney superintendent of schools announced today that the Huntingdon Area School District will offer summer west side of Route 26 Standing schocl Programs at the elemeatary junior high school and sen ior high school buildings The school desires to meet the needs of as many students as possible thus enrichment and acceler ated classes will be offered as well as developmental classes fir TYmirllt Summer school will open June 30 and continue through August 11 As in past years bus transportation will be pro vided Five of the six elementary schools will offer courses for students in their respective areas Developmental reading Union Council men lOpen Bids and math have been scheduled Mount Union Borough Council for ail the students because It bird Ttet was made a last night requested by them Ind to give his account of what Contd on Page 2 Nixon Keeps Her Cool uring Napalm Bombing PORTLAND Ore Pat Nixon who kept her cool ring a mock napalm amblng by antiVietnam war rotestors tours day care and raille centers today before lying to Los Angeles The First Lady and her carried daughter Julie Eisen lower were on the second teg a fourday West Coast safari Jo spotlight nationally local Volunteer programs to help the peedy Before departing at pm PDT Mrs Nixon planned to lotor 20 miles to a farming rea to visit a day nursery for children of migratory vorkers and a Jewish temple vhere the blind are taught 3rallle by volunteer tutors Her Journey which she described at the outset as a lighthearted trip was marred Monday when protestors show ered down paper from a top floor window The slips read If this were napalm you would be dead Confrontation Occurs The confrontation with de monstrators occurred when she arrived at the headquarters of a 24hour volunteer emergency service in an old ghetto neighborhood church Many antiwar groups had their headquarters in the same building Mrs Nixon looked pale and startled but chose to Ignore placardwaving memebers of the Portland Chapter of the Resistance a national antiwar group Later she was beset by several members of a group calling itself Womens Interna tional Terrorist Conspiracy from Hell who wore to open bids for a landfill tractor ividual needs will be met in every and transact other business Vicepresident Dominic Sala conducted the meeting held in council chambers with council men Allen Welch Dr Robert Fleming Joseph Bodnar Elmer Hockenberry Moreland Boiling er and Charles Krcusa Jr on hand Also in attendance were Melvin DIven borough secretary Chief of Police Berlin Whitsel and Mayor Charles Klingler Council accepted a bid for a 1966 reconditioned Case tractor with a net bid of from the Cambria Equipment Company An area Contact for further infor mation should be made to Mrs Lang office of the Assistant superintendent at6434140 Alfarata Elementary will have both reading and math from 8 to 10 am then 10 am to 12 noon for grades two through five The programs have been arranged so that students wishing to take both may do so without conflict Contd on Page 2 Vietnamese militlamsji was killed and 17 civilians were wounded Allied headquarters said The two rockets fired into Saigon landed at am with crashes that echoed through empty streets One landed in the schoolyard while the second hit in an outlying precinct one mile away causing no casual ties Rockets Fall Short It was the first time since June 6 that Communist shells have been fired into Saigon Guerrilla gunners tried Monday to hit Tan Son Nhut Air Base but five rockets fell a mile County residents are reminded that a public hearing for a plan which would provide mental health mental retardation ser vices for the disabled in Hunt ingdon Juniata and Miffiin Counties will be held this even ft A ing Wednesday June 18 from JLjUOO to at the Courthouse in Huntingdon The program is designed to Contd on Page 5 In Mishap Contd on Page 5 Moscows Unity Meeting Failing To Reach Goals MOSCOW UPI Commu nisms world unity meeting moved toward adjournment today still troubled by some of dissent it sought Aches eliminate and stUl without the black put a hex on her in a chorus Mrs Nixon Millions die but you dont cry they chanted This hex on you will all come true A huge banner held up by protestors also read How many people have you killed today How many have you allowed to starve million a day spent In Vietnam why The demonstration came as a surprise and Mrs Nixons wary Secret Service guards cut short her visit Later the Presidents wife said of the protestors that Ccnfd on Page 5 for the old landfill tractor making the total bid Contd on Pages condemnation China the of Com Soviets INSIDE THE JNEWS Ann Landers12 Classified Ads10 11 Comics 9 Crossword11 Pennsylvania Story 3 Obituaries 2 Society Club 8 munist wanted At least 10 and possibly more of the 75 delegations to the summit refused to agree on portions of Communisms basic aims as listed in a document produced by almost two years of preparatory debate under the Kremlins leadership The reasons for disagreement varied but Communist sources said most dissenters feared that a tooambiguous pledge of unity might open the way for interference in national and party affairs such as the Soviet invasion of Czechoslovakia Reject Document Outright A few delegates rejected the to document outright and others said they would sign no part of it until they could confer with party groups at home Nevertheless Sovietaligned representatives hailed the sum mit as a success because an overwhelming majority of delegates agreed Gustav Husak first secretary of the Czechoslovak Communist party belittled the disagree ment It is possible already to say this conference represents a full success for the world Communist movement Husak said Nicolae Ceausescu Romanian Communist party first secreta ry said he would sign the document but said several sections were still objectiona ble One thing to which the Romanians objected was a section that said Israel was the only aggressor in the Middle East Ceausescu crlticired the fre quent attacks on nations which had no delegates at the summit such as Communist China The only Communist party refusing to accept any of the document was that of the Dominican Republic Commu nist sources said The Domini cans insisted It was too mild in Us attacks on imperaHsm and analysis of the world situation The parties of Italy Australia and San Marino accepted only Contd on Page 5 Two cars were damaged a total of in an accident yes terday on Route 22 In Porter Township just east of Water street None of the nine persons involved in the mishap were in jured State Police said Patricia Kaye Sipe 17 Hunt ingdon RD 1 was southbound on Legislative Route 31101 at am driving a 1966 Chev rolet coupe She crossed the dirt area prior to the Intersection of the legislative route andRoute 22 at the big bridge west of Alex andria Miss Sipes vision was obscured by the bridge parapet and sho pulled onto Route 22 Contd on Page 5 THE WEATHER Sunny and a little warmer today high in the mid 70s to low 80s Fair and not as cool tonight low In the 50s Partly cloudy Wednesday with a chance of a few showers high in the mid 70s to low 80s Outlook for Thursday variable cloudiness and a little cooler   

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