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   Daily News (Newspaper) - June 19, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                CLASSIFIED ADS DIAL MISS CLASSIFIED 6434040 or 5424641 THE DAILY NEWS State Library Education Building Pa 17126 VOL 48 NME CENTS PER COPY HUNTINGDON and MOUNT UNION THURSDAY JUNE 19 1969 PHONE 6434040 NO 120 Israel Conducts SixHour Aerial Attack On Jordan Israels sixhour aerial attack on Jordan Wednesday one of the heaviest since the 1967 Mttdle East war was to punish the Arabs for 599 ceasefire violations since January Israeli government officials said today Planners Route 522 Discussed The possibility of retaining the consulting firm of Wilson Pol akowski Heine and Simpson as planning Seeking Heads MOD Chapter Neff Given 18th Term As Leader The Hon Joseph H Neff of Alexandria RD retired coun ty superintendent of schools was elected last evening for his 18th consecutive year as chairman of the Huntingdon County Chapter The National Foundation The annual balloting took place during the quarterly meeting of the executive committee held at thecourthouse In Huntingdon John E Miller Mount Union educator was elected vice chair man of the March ot Dimes or ganization and John M Anspach manager of the Huntingdon Coun ty Thrift Corporation wias re named secretary and Robert C Williams Huntingdon banker was elected treasurer for the 196970 year Twentyone directors of the ag ency also were named They are Mr Neif Mr Miller Mrs Anspach and Mr Williams Dis trict Attorney Newton C Taylor Eugene T Shore Dr Harry H Negley Jr Robert Peters Ed win W Elder Dean M Lesnett Sr all of Huntingdon Mrs Mary Speck Mill Creek Charles Peterson Neelyton Dixie Smith Jack H Port Rodney Shultz Mrs Mary Pucballa all of Mount Union Mr and Mrs Clifford Scrlever Huntingdon RD Mrs Althea Weyant Saltil lo Mrs Danna Smith Mount Union RD and Mrs Connie Confd on Page 5 The death Tuesday of Ameri can tourist Shirley L Anderson 25 in an Arab artillery bombardment north of the Dead Sea was the spark needed to touch off the Israeli retaliation government sources said Jordanian military sources in Amman agreed Miss sons death was the immediate cause of the Israeli attack But they also cited the increasing effectiveness of their armys longrange artillery against Israeli positions A military communique dis tributed to newsmen in Tel Aviv said that since May 13 shelling across the Jorean River had become an almost daily occurrence with Jorda nian salvos concentrated main ly In the sector north of the Dead Sea The target area for the air strikes Wednesday ranged from the north coast the Dead Sea to 38 miles north of it Israel reported all Its planes had returned safely The Palestinian Armed Struggle Command said one Israeli plane had been downed Israeli spokesmen said wave after wave of twinengined Contd on Page 10 to hire a graduate planner to gin the needed county planning staff was discussed last evening at the regular meeting of the Huntingdon Planning Commi ssion Conducted by chairman Hiram Reynolds it was attended by com mission members Edward Har ry William Shaffer Horace Ross Francis Kemp Stephen Heine engineer Lewis F Green commissioner clerk and Kevin Love Shirley Township resident Heine was directed by tne com mission to draw up a cost esti mate of the proposal wMch would retain the consulting firm as overseers and use a graduate planner to head the planning off Ice Such an arrangement Heine stated had received verbal app roval from George Cook of the Bureau of Community Affairs Harrisburg The cost estimate would be presented to the county commissioners for considera tion Contd on Page 10 1 Allies Give Free Election Challenge To Reds In Paris THE WEATHER Mostly cloudy and mild with scattered showers or thunder storms today tonight and Fri day Low tonight mid 50s to mid 60s High today In the 70s High Friday mid 70s to low 80s Outlook for Saturday mostly cloudy and warmer with chance of thunder showers Marines Overrun Red Camp Allies In Major Border Fighting SAIGON UPI Allied troops today reported more than 200 Communist troops slain in two days of battling along South Viet nams northern tier many of them killed in UJS naval and dive bomber bombardments The fighting below the Demilitarized Zone DMZ and near the old US Marine fortress at Khe Sanh cost South Vietnamese troops light losses while the Leathernecks lost 37 dead and 60 wounded Military spokesmen said a unit of the 9th Marinessoon to be withdrawn from the war zone overran a North Vietna mese camp near Khe Sanh late At Mount Union Youth Day To Be Held On Sunday The Rev Samson M Cooper of Pittsburgh will be the guest speaker at the annual Youth Day Program of the Bethel AME Church of Mount Union on Sun day June 22 at pm Highlight event of the program will be the crowning of the king and queen of the church by the Rev Mr Cooper The speaker graduated from the Mount Union School in 1949 and in 1955 BA degree from Wilberforce University Wllberforce Ohio In college he majored in sociol ogy and as a student he was a member of the debating team Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity Big Brothers and the dramatic club The BD degree was earned In 1956 at the Payne Theological Seminary at Wilberforce Pastor Cooper served as the minister of churches in Belle fontalne Ohio Scranton Pa and is presently serving as minister CContd on Page 5 Holland Is Chairman Raymond A Holland Huntingi don Countys chief probation offi cer was named yesterday as chairman of the 10county South central Area Council of thePenn sylvania Association on Probation Parole and rectlon Wednesday to end the two days Cor of hard fighting Waiting until dive bombers The honor was bestowed upon had softened up their objective the county official during a meetthe Leathernecks charged the ing of the council Wednesday dugln Communists and killed at Youth Forestry Camp No 3 35 while losing nine killed and AItchRI 14 Holland succeeds Robert Me Carty director of the Youth For estry Camp as head of the coun cil The chairman serves tor lowed a period of two years The council area includes these Contd on Page 5 wounded themselves war communiques said That fighting In South Viet nams northwest corner fol Tuesdays battles in which the Allies trapped Communist units infiltrating Contd on Page 3 Huntingdon Girl Will Appear At Laurel Event Miss Barbara Cussins daughter of Mr and Mrs Joseph McClure of Huntingdon R D 1 will represent Hunt Ingdon Area High School at the 28th annual Pennsylvania State Laurel Festival at Wellsboro on June 20 21 and 22 Miss Cussins a 1969 graduate of HAHS was selected by her classmates to be outstanding In beauty poise personality charm and general appearance She will compete with some 70 other Pennsylvania senior high school girls from communities through out the Commonwealth for the title of Pennsylvania State Laurel Queen for 1969 Miss Cussins will be the guest of the residents nf Wellsboro Contd on Page 3 INSIDE THE NEWS BARBARA CUSSINS Ann Landers16 Classified Ads14 15 Comics 13 Crossword15 News of Yesteryear 6 Pennsylvania Story 6 Society Club 8 Sports i Sunday School Lesson 9 New Elementary School Taking Shape The new Juniata Valley Elementary School Is rapidly taking shape asgeneral contractor the Hickes Construction Company Inc takes advantage of the summer working season The new school wil serve 890 youngsters grades K through 6 and is scheduled to be operational in the fall of 1970 It is being erected on a 32acre site adjacent to the present Juniata Valley Juniorsenior high school shown in the back ground At Juniata Valley Contracts Formally Awarded Construction contracts for the But Still No Action By Solons Fiscal Year Is Coming To Close HARRISBURG UPI The Senate witnessed the Introduc Joint meeting of the Juniata Valley in less than two weeks with appropriations totaling mil Pennsylvania still searching for lion which would keep the School Authority and the Juniata fcfc J wneels state government duced Plan Is Outlined At Hearing Mrs Frances Dortort admin istrator of the office of Mental Health Mental Retardation of Juniata Valley described the plan she prepared with the help of an advisory board and several peo ple In the community at an open hearing in the Courthouse in Hun tingdon at last night The plan described the ser vices which are available and some which are in the planning stages for persons who are men tally disabled in the tricounty area of Huntingdon Juniata and Mifflin Counties The program will be implemented July 1 The MHMR office is present ly working to fulfill the re quirements set by Pennsylvanias Mental Health and Mental Retar dation Act of 1966 According to the Act the state will provide 90 per cent of the funds for men tal health and mental retardation services to any county or group of counties with a population of not less than 75000 nor more than 200000 that fulfills several re quirements Each county or group of coun ties must have a 13man board present a workable plan to the state and conduct public hear Ings Contd on Page 10 Valley School Board Major items of business included the signing of these con tracts and the approval of the lease agreement and trust In denture for the bond issue which is struction of the new elementary ment rimning S j pace when thi Attending were school board members R R Anders John Donnelly Reynolds Fitzgerald Robert D Glenny John Klnch Fred Reihart Paul Relnhart and the board president Dr H Wil liam Stewart Of the authority present were Mrs Virginia Montz Thomas Eberle Ronald dent of the authority John Whit taker the blueprint which will govern its financial fortunes for the 196970 year This became a certainty Wednesday when the Demo cratic House leadership intro turning through the next three months Apparently the Senateis not Contd on Page 10 at a minimal current fiscal year ends June 30 House Democratic Leader K Leroy Irvis of Allegheny Coun ty Introduced the two bills ear marking million for the emergency spending pending 3 general LommiSSlOIl Youth Camp Supervised Balloting Proposed PARIS upi United States and South Vietnam challenged the communist side today to submit to free elections in South Vietnam under International supervision Failure to do so they said would show tbe Communists were trying to Impose their will The statements by chief South Vietnam negotiator Pham Dang Lam and US deputy negotiator Lawrence E Walsh apparently were In reply to the Viet Cong announcement last week it had set up a provisional revolutionary government for South Vietnam Some allied officials said they believed the Viet Cong decided to form the government so they could argue against the need for an election before formation of the coalition government they demand The Communists said the socalled revolutionary government reflects the will of the people Lam said the Viet Cong and Hanoi were seeking to follow the Communist strategy they used to take over Czechoslova kia In 1948 In 1948 the Czech Communists demanded a coali tion but they exterminated the opposition and formed a dicta torial regime Lam said Walsh told the communists If you truly believe you have the support of the people of South Vietnam you should be prepared to test your claims In genuinely free elections rather than trying to Impose your views at thesenegotlatloM There was no immediate PARIS UPI Communist reaction to the from within his own Gaulllst allied challenge but Viet Cong party today endangered Pres identelect Georges Pmopldous campaign promises to infuse fresh nonGaulllst blood Into the French cabinet and liberalize A the nations foreign policy 11 TV Pompidou officially becomes 13 j ri president at 5 pm noon EDT OarreCl T TO HI today with the government announcement of his runoff election victory over acting President Alain Poher Inaugur ation ceremonies install him Friday Already the shadow of Pompidou Running Into isitidh Contd on Page 5 CHICAGO najflon al convention of tbe Students for a Democratic Society Is Charles de Gaulle had become being held In such secrecy the Post Formed Explorer Post No 227 Oneida District Juniata Valley Council including relief payments The Boy Scouts America was offl Oscal Hansen bond counsel of other authorlzed minion to ciaUy OTeanlzed at Fores an influence with the former presidents longtime Gaulllst supporters fighting any move by Pompidou to name liberal nonGaulHsts to the cabinet The new cabinet should be ready by late next week The stiffest opposition came against Pompidous plan to name nonGaulllst Valery GLs cover the norniai government CamP No3 Trough Creek card dEstaing as foreign the firm of M organ Lewis and expendllures for month Valley Park last evening It was minister replacing Michel Bockius of Philadelphia pre sented an adjustment In the pro posal of the Investment bankers Kldder Peabody and Company Inc In an amount of Contd on Page 5 Additional stopgaps will necessary if financial in the next 30 days Senate Introduces Bill At the same time the state announced today ty Samuel GOT Debre who had served De delegates are even handling bomb threats Police undercover operatives and newsmen were being kept out of the convention in its second day today by the own security force Throngs of delegates outside the Chicago Coliseum Wednes day shouted Were all munists in response to a statement by National Secreta ry Michael Klonsky But tbe don Huntingdon Oneida District Gaulle loyally since 1968 Party meeting was expected Boy Scout Executive To Support Moderate Majority Nixon Is Urged To Meet Students Alfred Williams Mount who will serve as Post Advisor to the new Post After Will lams remarks election was held by the boys Those elected were Joseph Harkanson president Raymond Dales vice president Alan Boorse secretary William McEwentreasurer Gregory Me Coy quartermaster and Law rence Bonk chaplain The original charter of the post will be made up by the fol lowing boys Robert Brink age 17 Jerry Britton age 16 Gregory McCoy age 18 Kourt WASHINGTON UPI municate with students the ney Kauffrnan age 17 Lawrence Twentytwo Republican House report said It warned that the Bonk age 17 Joseph Harkan members have told President 99 per cent moderate Contd on 10 Nixon he should start communi students who do not riot may eating with college students become violent if their voices of before the moderate majority protest are not heard becomes as violent as the vocal The report specifically called minority Is now for a commission on higher The congressmen who toured education a student teacher FoFCSterS At scores of college campuses corps a national youth founda tton a lower voting age of 18 CoilfeFeilCC and reform of the draft as Nixon has proposed using a Seven foresters from the Roth sources said Pompidou had Opening remarks were made by decided to keep Debre yielding to the pressure Glscard dEstaing had been one of the llberalleaning politicians who supported Pom to show a deep division in tbe radical organization with na tional offices and future tactics on the nations campuses at stake A reported 1500 delegates pldou In the runoff apparently spent much of Wednesday sympathetic to his ideas on unravelling red tape The tight C ontd on Page 5 Contd on Page 3 earlier this spring at their own expense told the President he should seek a lower voting age draft reform and programs to lottery system involve students in politics The official report of the group was presented to Nixon by six of its leaders Wednes day It was to be made public at a news conference today but UPI learned of its major recommendations in advance Tbe executive branch rang rock District are in Harrisburg students Tbe report said the full today for the annual conference The 60yearold force of the law should be held by the Department of For used against actual rioters but ests and Waters It called for understanding of District Forester Ralph LSch in ode rate students whose midt is beading the Rothrock protests sometimes are the group which has headquarters at same as those of the militants Huntingdon Others in attend The report claimed that ance from Huntingdon are For students like the average esters Earl Higgins Robert Fur ing from White House staff to American feel that national iga Robert Sweeney Paul Mo Cablnet members should com Contd on Page 3 Contd on Page 3 Next Stop On Trip Is Paraguay Rocky Is Ending Talks In Brazil SAO PAULO Brazil Extremely tight security Gov Nelson A Rockefeller of marked Rockefellers arrival in New York today concluded a Sao Paulo a threeday visit to industrial center of 8 million largest and most populous Army troops with machine guns nation on his Latin American lined tbe route from the airport tour He appeared heartened by and air force helicopters his talks with government hovered overhead leaders businessmen and Police sources said three students with small tacMlUed Rockefeller bombs were arrested in the went into a final round of citys Cathedral Square shortly meetings with local government before the governors arriva At officials and businessmen and a least three bombings have news conference before a occurred m Sao Paul in the midafternoon flight to Asun past week two of them clon Paraguay The current directed against USowned trip tbe third on Us property finding mission for President The three4erm governor has Nixon ends Saturday in given assurances Tuesday by Contd on Page 5   

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