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   Daily News (Newspaper) - June 18, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                CLASSIFIED ADS DIAL MISS CLASSIFIED 6434040 or 5424641 THE DAILY NEWS State Library Education Building Pa 17126 48 MINE CENTS PER HUNTINGDON and MOUNT UNION WEDNESDAY JUNE 18 1969 PHONE 6434040 NO 119 Use Of UJS Soldiers To Halt Campus Riots Urged At Jtmiata Nixon Plan Presented Io Congress WASHINGTON UPI Slxcn administration to tsk Congress for legislation to dear the way for use ol US marshals or federal troops to put down campus riots The outline of the administra tions plan for handling campus disorders was revealed to a House committee Tuesday Its basic concept is that it would allow college administrator a to 50 to federal courts to help in opening up campuses closed by dissident students And because the federal courts are involved US marshals backed up by troops if necessary could be used to see any antirlot order issued by the court is carried cut Would Beef Up Law In addition the plan would bee I up the present law which provides a student must lose any federal aid for two years if he is convicted by a court of rioting and the conviction is upheld by a college hearing Under the Nixon plan no court conviction would be needed and UKaid would be lost for up to five years instead of two The plan has not been drafted into legislation yet but it was revealed to the House Educa Huge Crane Topples In State College STATE COLLEGE Pa UPI 25ton crane with a 130loot boom toppled at an apartment building site Tuesday Injuring a workman and causing an esti mated 125000 damage The worker Nace Howell 42 of Cleartteld was taken to Cen tre Cotmty Hospital with a broken leg Police said the crane toppled when the boom was raised It fell against a utility pole shear Ing it damaged four cars and a truck and downed power lines Another crane was brought to the site to right the fallen vehi cle On A Highway To Nowhere Body Of Missing Youngster Found WILTON Conn UPI The body of a little girl tentatively identified as 10yearold Mary K Mount missing since May 27 was found by two teenage fishermen Tuesday not far from a road dubbed the highway to nowhere No Change Noted In Victim Of Accident No change is noted in the con dition ol 8yearold John C Sa Titts Aitch who was crt tlcally injured Monday afternoon when he was struck by a car on Standing Stone Avenue Hun tingdon The lad suffered a bral concussion fractured left clavicle and internal in Juries He underwent emergency surgery at J C Blair Manorial Hospital Tuesday night to halt internal 2 Escapees Blamed In 3 Burglaries Huntingdon State Police will file burglary charges later this week against two Rockview escapees who were captured last Wednesday evening In Jackson Township The two James Elmer Johns 28 Chester and Kenneth E Wal ters 32 of Philadelphia and Mifflinburg admitted soon after their capture that they had en tered a number of cabins In the Whipple Dam area during their six days of freedom Specifically they will be char ged with burglarizing the Red Rose Rod and Gun Club and the cabins owned by George Fleming Wilton police who made the tentative identification said that as yet no members of the Mount family had seen the body An autopsy was sche duled for today The body was discovered against a rock and in a decomposed state in an almost inaccessible pine grove about six miles from the New Canaan home of Dr Joseph Mount father of the missing blonde girl whose abduction touched off a massive manhunt We walked up and stopped dead in our tracks said Alphonse Cotoia 16 a sopho more at New Canaan High School and member of tne football team He and Gary Brown also 16 a classmate Contd on Page 2 w tton Committee by Robert C bleeding caused by a lacerated of State College and Ronald Stru Mardlan general counsel of the kidney ble of BeUefcnte RD 2 All ol V C ConPd on Page 2 His condition today is listed as Shade Gap Firemen Prepare For Gala Harpers Park Is Convention Site Huntingdon County Firemen will hold their 23rd annual con vention at Shade Gap this year with contests meetings and a parade on Saturday July 5 Activities will be centered at Harpers the cottages are located In the Jackson Township area of Hun tingdon County Owners of the Red Rose cabin are from lanras ter Johns and Walters also admitted looting several addi tional cabins over the Hun tingdon Centre County line In Centre County At the Fleming cottage they stole a 22 calibre pistol They had the stolen weapon fully loaded with them at the time they were singlehandedly cap tured by State Trooper Joseph A Contd on Page 2 Memorial Park Twentyone fire companies be longing io the Huntingdon County Firemens Association have been Invited to participate and invitat ions have been extended to nan member fire companies through out the area About 350 firemen are expected to attend Registration for the daylong convention activities will be held at 10 am on the day after Independence Day and will con tinue throughout the afternoon wrapping up around 6 oclock The convention will be the concluding highlight for three days of carnival activity begin ning July 3 at Harpers park with rides concessions enter A Huntingdon native 26year old Wanda McEwen Laudehslag er was shot to death in her San Antonio Texas home late yesterday afternoon by her hus band who then committed suicide The dead man Calvin Laud ens lager 50 was employed as an accountant at a U S Air Force Base at San Antonio He had been employed as an account ant at Olmsted Air Base at Middletown until it was deactt vated No additional information on Communists Invade US Base Camp SAIGON UPI Comminlst soldiers Invaded a US brigade headquarters on the central coast and shelled the headquar ters of GIs scheduled to be withdrawn from Vietnam in attacks announced today The US Command reported sharp clashes from just below Jc the Demilitarized Zone DMZ to Saigons defense ring with a total of 133 Viet Cong and North Vietnamese reported killed Tuesday and today Guerrilla rockets and mortars hit 23 sites overnight military spokesmen said Three civilians were killed and 15 wounded in a 120round barrage into An Loc City 60 miles north of Saigon Seven Americans were re ported killed and 39 wounded in the shellings and ground battles three of which began with Communist attacks or ambushes VC Invade Headquarters Viet Cong commandos carry Ing dynamite charges invaded the headquarters of the US 173rd Airborne Brigade at Bong Son and wounded 11 paratroo pers with their satchel charges the command said Damage was light to the camp 295 miles northeast of Saigon the announcement said and the commandos escaped without leaving any dead behind There was no report how many of them got inside the vfire The shelling of US 9th Contd on Page 16 Display Monstrous Attitude Wim Title ROBERT BLAKESLEE Director Of Publicity Car Driver Is Injured Huntingdon County Draft Board No 75 today was directed to send two men lor induction into the tainment and the firemen have CoUtHy GlVCn promised plenty to eat m m m A total of 14 trophies will be 1 WOMan J U1V awarded to winning companies and equipment during the course Draft of the convention gala Two trophies are scheduled to be given to the best appear ing pumpers under ten years old and ten years or older and two for the best appearing am bulances in the same categories Two trophies are also planned for the best appearing emergen cy or squad truck under ten years old and over ten years old Trophies will also be given to the winners of the battle of Contd on Page 16 A Pittsburgh man was injured and his new sedan was damaged In a cartruck accident i T n L 4f the pm murdersuicide is yesterday afternoon on Route 45 immediately available in Franklin Township two miles Mrs Laudenslager Is a daugheast of Sevft Stars T ter of Mrs John Erma The Injured man Ferdinand J Henry of South Fourth Street Huntingdon Her father Frank ue Pittsburgh was N McEwen of Huntingdon is HosPital contusion deceased and her mottTer has a remarried rlb After treatment he was Dr John N stauffer president of Junlata College today announ ced the appointment of Robert B Blakeslee as director of pub licity effective July 1 Blakeslee who replaces David Leonard will have responslbill lity for general and sports news at the College For the past two years Blakes lee has been assistant news editor aad community relations assist ant at the State University of New York at Stony Brook A1964 graduate of the Pennsylvania State University he served as assistant director for develop ment at Perm States DuBois Campus from 1964 to 1967 A native of DuBois Blakeslee was graduated from the DuBois Area High School He attended the DuBois Campus of Penn State where he edited the student news paper and was the Campus most valuable student two years In succession He became the first president of the Congress of Pennsylvania Junior College Stu dents in 1962 In 196364 he was president of Penn States Journal ism Student Association While working professionally in DuBois Blakeslee served as program director for the DuBois Area Arts Center vice president of the Community Concert Assoc iation and editor of the prize winning Jaycee newsletter Do Boys He is a member of Alpha Delta Contd on Page 16 PARIS V8 at Vietnam said today the Cotnnnmlsto displayed a monstrous steadruUy rvtttlBf to enttr into serious nefotiatiets with the Allies At the same time the official who asked not to bt Identified played down reports of minor differences between US and South Vietnamese officials and reiterated Ameri can support ol the Saigon government Be said the refusal of the communists to negotiate with Saigon and their heavyhanded attempts to overthrow the Saigon governmeat ere the main obstacles to progress towards peace The official said the offer by President Nguyen Yen Tbieu of South Vietnam for direct talks with the National Liberation Frail the political arm of the Viet Cong still stands despite the formation last week by the Viet Cone of provisional revolutionary government But they are the ones who are refusing to talk and It takes two to negotiate he said The official complained of news reports he said tended to dwell on minor differences Contd on Page 16 THE WEATHER Partly cloudy with showers today tonight and Thursday High today in the 70s Low tonight in the mid 50s to low 60s High Thursday in the mid 70s to low 80s Outlook for Friday partly cloudy with showers likely JANET RUSSELL Fire Queen Selected By Saxton Miss Janet Russell daughter of Mrs Mildred Russell and the late Fred T Russell of Aitch has been selected to be Bostons Fire QtteeH Miss Russell a bright blueeyed brunette Is a graduate et Tussey Mountain High School Besides studying her steno graphic in high school Janet participated In several act ivities and was a student leader in many She was president of the TrlHiY Club and the Future Nurses Club She served as advertising editor for the high school yearbook and was also a faculty secretary Janet took part In the senior play and she was also in the Homecoming Court In September Miss Russell plans to attend the Maryland Medical Secretarial School In Hagerstown Md Janet will compete with sever al other young ladies for the Contd on Page 2 Department Caught In Traffic Snag Forum Held At Alumni Hall Early Action Plan Costs Million The total estimated cost of the early action prospectus for the Junlata River Basin ajpne is about 15 per cent of the total cost for the entire Susquehanna River Basin which is cal culated to cost a little over billion SlSiTaS Splice at Huntingdon said armed forces on Monday July 14 JJ Area Kleppick was westbound at to High School She and LaudenPra 1969 Plymouth slaW resided at Duacannon sedan When he came the Selective Service officials said notices were mailed today order ing the two men to report to draft headquarters 407 Penn Street Huntingdon at am on the above date They will travel to New Cum berland Army Depot via bus R Dt while he worked at Middle town and then they moved to San Antonio four years ago Laud enslager is a native of Perry County Contd on Page 16 crest of a hill he saw a 1964 International truck swerve Into his lane of travel The truck was driven by William Leroy Oswalt 29 of 323 Grant Avenue Altoona Oswalt was eastbound and he was following another truck When the truck ahead him made a right turn Oswalt swerved left Into the westbound lane Kleppick slammed on his brakes to avoid a collision and his car skidded sldewise Os walt attempted to swerve back to the right but the left side of Oswalts truck hit the left rear of Klepplcks vehicle caus ing it to spin around and crash into the guard rails on the west berm of the highway Damage to the truck was set at while Kleppick1 s car was damaged Hearing For Mental Health Plan Tonight HARREBURG UPI The proposed state Transportation Department which is supposed insure that man can get be tween points in Pennsylvania at least as fast as he can get to the moon has hit a traffic snarl in the General Assembley Legislation creating the partment on July 1 cleared the Senate Tuesday night and was sent to the House But Rep Joseph F Bonetto DAllegheny chairman of the House Transportation Commit tee said he wants to detain the measure long enough to hold public hearings on it Contd on Page 2 Most costly problem in the Jun iata Basin Is the advancedwaste treatment projects being recom mended by the study with acid mine drainage pollution abate ment running a close second The facts were part of the pre sentation of early action pro posals for the Susquehanna River Basins subbasln VI last evening at the sixth public forum on the prospectus held at Alumni Hall Junlata College A few brief remarks by state Secretary of Forests and Wa ters Dr Maurice K Goddard opened the forum Goddardpoint ed out that the prospectus recom mendations were tentative ones not specific project recommen dations and that the purpose of the forum one of a series of nine being held throughout the basin was to elicit the response and suggestions of the public con cerning water resource develop ment on the various tributaries to the Susquehanna The prospectus which was nearly six years In the making will become the comprehen sive plan for the basins Coor dinating Committee and in June 1970 will be presented to the federal Water Resources Coun cil chaired by the Secretary Confd on Page 2 INSIDE THE NEWS Along the Juniata 5 Ann Landers 3 Classified Ads18k 19 Comics Crossword Puzzle 19 Editorial6 Obituaries 2 Society 4 Club 15 Li berals Wagner And Lindsay Defeated Law Order Candidates In Upset Wins In NYC Voting NEW YORK UPI LawundUorder candidates riding the crest of a backlash against New York Citys labor and crime troubles Tuesday won upset victories in mayoral primaries over Republican Mayor John V Lindsay and former Democratic Mayor Robert liberals Lindsay who still will be in the Nov 4 general election as the liberal party candidate then County residents arereminded that a public hearing for a pton which would provide mental health mental retardation ser vices for the disabled in and fear cannot be permitted to city He Joins Miffin Republican John J March prim winning author Norman Mailer who ran for the Democratic nomination on a platform based on turning New York into the 51st state Mailer many of whose supporters were too young to I Timiata and Mifflln supporters were iw w ESSiSShW this defeated him and Demo vote lost with the ame humor Bighorn Guards Convention Trophies Bighorn sheeps bead in the Shade Gap Fire Company office keeps guard through the open window over twelve of the 14 trophies Imed up in the engine room awaiting new owners The trophies are prizes to be awarded during the daylong Huntingdon County Firemens Convention on Saturday July 5j at Shade Gap Over 21 tire companies are expected to vying lor these prizes June 18 from Mario AProcacclno who i rmirfhnute downed Wagner But for to at the Courthouse SfXS13 designed to A ambassador to Spain me o during the Johnson admlnlstra coordinate and make available Uon lt appeared the end of a to the total population existing and new services to care for retarded and mentally disturbed persons in their own communit Contd on Page 16 comeback some pin had predicted might lead to 6 US Senate Mailer Also Loses Another loser was as he had campaigned When asked at one point if candidacy were serious Mailer replied Have yon seen the other With all 5286 precincts counted Marchl had 111725 votes and Lindsay 106358 in the Republican primary In he Democratic Primary with all 5286 precincts cotKted Procaccino had 252283 Wagner 221605 Mailer 41136 Bronx Borough President Herman Badillo 215381 and Rep James Scheuer 38631 With both the Democratic and Repubttcan candidates running on the same lawandorder platform it appeared Lindsay would be a substantial candi date In November Many liberal votes from both parties thU had been scattered in the primaries were expected to go to him almost as a bloc while Procaccino and March battled for the conservative votes Supporters of Wagner Badillo Scheoer and Mailer were expected to back Lindsay Wagner who served M mayor for 12 years mUI Lindsays election four years ago said in conceding defeat Contd on Page 2   

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