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   Daily News (Newspaper) - August 13, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                State Library Education Building ff Pa lr 1 v THE DAILY NEWS VOL 48 HUNTINGDON and MOUNT UNION WEDNESDAY AUGUST 13 1969 NO 166 Colpetzer Wins Top Award At Fair The grand champion Jersey cow of the Huntingdon County Fair Dairy Show is owned by Robert Colpetzer Morris Township Tyrone RD 1 The twoyearold cow is being held by her owner Also pictured is Thomas A Colpetzer whose Jerseys made a clean sweep of the awards in the FFA Dairy Show on Monday Fair Officials Expect Another m rfl J g Crowd loday The 1969 Huntingdon County Fair reached the halfway mark today after a Tuesday Ladles Day crowd tliat shattered the second day paid attendance record of the exposition Officials planned to handle an other huge crowd today with the Library Is Getting New Furniture Apollo 11 Astronauts Saluted Nixon Tax Plan For States Goes To Gc ss sedate speed today to receive Americas traditional heroes tickertape parade NEW YORK UPI The Apollo 11 astronauts who flashed across space to land on SAN CLEMENTEJ Calif UPI President in an un precedented move tailed on Congress today to return to the states federal revenues up to billion by mid1975 without strings attached In a message tied to his Nell A Armstrong and Edwin revolutionary welfare reform promise that sunny and pleasant A Buzz Aldrin who became program Nixon asked as a will continue the first men to set foot on the Barter only million in The Country Music Jubilee moon while Michael Collins from TV is the grand piloted the command stand feature tonight at face a day of celebra being precededby the second tlons that takes them from the day of twilight harness racing concrete canyons of New York sharing he was aiming at opening at 6 pm to a gala state dinner in Los shifting the balance of political federal tax money to share with module the states because of budget stringencies Nixon made it clear in tax Viet Action Heaviest In Six Months While furniture installing Judging is over 50 per cent Angeles where President Nixon throughout the entire Huntingdon completed now and the agrieul win play host County Library went on around tural displays are at the peak in between the trio and their them yesterday the board of of perfection tcfday Due to the trustees made a few motions of excellent growing season ag families stop in Chicago for a parade and a fireworks display financial clout Washington and country and the they could hear it on the moon The astronauts started their Contd on Page 15 their own at their regular month rtcultural products this year are one official said was so huge ly session The Southern of outstanding quality Desk Company workmen of HickFair officials said today that ory N C are assembling and the paid attendance for yesterday placing the furniture during the was 733 ahead of last year next two weeksthe finalphase Since the ladies were admitted in completing the library project free to the grounds until Gordon W Haverstock chair Pm there was no accurate at man of the building committee tendance check but veteran em reported that contractors are ployes estimated the crowd last completing their installations night in excess of 6000 carpeting is completed and books for the childrens rooms are be ing readied Starting September 1 it Is hoped that there will be enough vol an extra big crowd More than 1000 persons saw the Rotrpff AllGirl Auto Thrill Show Spectacular the grand stand attraction The paid at Randys Cow Wins Grand Champ Rosette Randall G Brumbaugh of James Creek is the owner of the grand champion Holstein cow exhibited at theHuntingdon County unteers to enable the library to tendance for the opening day of begin a dally schedule of 11 am to 9 pm and 10 to pm Saturdays Ruth M Auchenbach librarian speaking for Harold B Brum baugh dedication ceremonies chairman reported that Mrs Richard D Gross of Hunting don Valley will be the speaker on October 8 at a special pm luncheon at the Elks In vitations are being prepared for mailing early in September by Mrs Leonard L Fuoss A book review series is in the Contd on Page 15 At M on lit Union Police Station Is Burglarized power and away from back to the people Together with his national welfare reform the President said Through these twin approaches we hope to relieve the fiscal crisis of the hard pressed state and local govern ments and to assist millions of Americans out of poverty and into productivity Under his formula for hand ing over funds Nixon said the size of the total funds to be shared will be a stated percentage of personal taxable base on which federal individual Income taxes are levied For the second half of fiscal 1971 this will be one third of 1 per cent of personal taxable Income In subsequent Contd on Page 16 Narcotics Reported At Murder LOS ANGELES icide detectives today concen trated on the narcotic aspe cts of the grisly stabbing and shooting deaths of actress Sharon Tate and four guests at her estate Police would neither confirm nor deny a report drugs were found in the 1966 black Porsche owned by mens hair stylist Jay Se bring one of the five victims The Los Angeles Times said today narcotics were found in The Daily News is holding a his expensive sports car parked picnic for its newspaperboys Sunl T At rt1 SAIGON heaviest fighting In Vietnam in six months including a running battle involving US Marines near Da Nang sent casualties military spokesmen said today Communist forces alone lost more than 1300 men Communiques said Commu nist gunners bombarded 19 Allied targets overnight scaled down drastically from the 137 points hit Tuesday More than 130 Americans have been killed and some 800 wounded since North Vietna mese troops attacked Marine bases near the Demilitarized Zone DMZ Sunday to break a sevenweek lull in the war Latest Red Attack In the latest Communist attack infantrymen charged the US 1st Cavalry Division near Phuoc Binh and 85 miles northeast of Saigon Tuesday night The attack killed two Ameri cans and wounded 30 others Communist losses were un known But US spokesmen said Page 16 outside the Canyon idges Impressed By Quality IK Animals v Poultry airs Dairy Show judges Are i August 17 on the In JV System Dam The Mount Union police station outslae lne Benedict Horts on Market Street was burglarized home leased by Miss rDA ReeseFrlendsreafijrtodayl husband mm I director Arrangements are being made of the Library president Hope Ofp0llce Berlin Whitsel Roman Polanski to plck up the newsboys from all rJfilHeilt HIT fully the series will begin dur to3it two of his officers Narcotics aspects are under over the countv J ing the week of activities being surprised 27yearold Joseph investigation was all a police Boyg who have maiied planned around the dedication yasger ol Huntingdon and Mount spokesman would say The head tneir acceptance cards are asked day Union while Vasger wasbur A special presentation of cat is Outstanding i Impressed aloging and processing books was made by Mrs George Kurtz Contd on Page 12 Two judges from the Amerl Outstanding dairy cattle are on display this week at the 109th can Poultry Association mual Huntingdon Fair Not only does the fair have the largest livestock sliow in Cen al Pennsylvania but it also has one of the best dairy shows the commonwealth Nearly 350 animals their first trip to the Hunting don County Fair said yesterday were apt Jack FFA splay Wins irst Prize they are much impressed with W HIS f ITSt the expositions 1969 poultry show t Lynn Brenneman Mount Holly JrlaCC At T air judged yesterday during the Springs judged the standard annual dairy show The two breeds while Bruce Lenta Dills judges told fair officials they burg selected the bantam winners Impressed with the high Both judges also are accredited in the elation glarizing the municipal building Tasger is being Sin Hunt ingdon County Jail pending arraignment After his capture Contd on Page 12 Vasger refused to talk to the investigating officers Jack Fortney and Robert Baer Whits el said that another Mount Union burglary at the Smith Feed Mill West Water Street also Contd on Page 16 of thesisdetective force on the to do so promptly so that the case said Sunday that no route pickups can arranged Jo nt fV the house A program of swimming boating and water skiing plus contests with prizes is being planned Audrey Wins Top Honors At 69 Junior Swine Show were quality of the animals shown real dairy cattle Samuel Acker of Chester The Captain Jack FFA Chapter Springs owner uf CharSam Hoi Mount Union Area High School stein Farms said the three n first place with its educayearold were outstanding the inal exhibit yesterday at the senior yearlings were good 59 Huntingdon County Fair the calf classes were real le prize winning display emgood INSIDE THE with the twoyearold lasizes that Future Farmers of being the strongest class plant trees on idle steep Ray Jake Emlg Carlisle id showman for Allen Dairy Farms Huntingdon Area High Schools nodded his approval and said A Chapter placed second with This has been a real fine show ferent entry exhibit having this theme Pop Both judges were making their William R atlon Explosion A challenge first visit to Huntingdon Contd on Page 16 Contd on Page 10 Pomona Grange won first place and in the annual display com petition yesterday at the 1969 Hunt American Bantam Asso ingdon County Fair Eleven Grange units participated Lentz said he was Impressed In the event with covpetition be the fact that the show had ing extremely tough Only 14 Juniata unusual bantams points separated the first and Ann Landers Brenneman said This is a last place competitors Classified Ads very good show lots of qual Judges said the displays located Comics In the main exhibition hall are outstanding SixteenyVarold Audrey Scott of Hesston1 R D 1 won a double Here are the top winners Under 160 pounds Glenn Smith Robert Thad Carr a teacher In the Central Dauphin School Dis trict at Harrisburg was elected elementary principal of theJunlata Valley Schools last evening A recessed session of the board of education convened at pm Carr Was hired to the newly created position of element ary principal at a salary former elementary super portion ofhonorsyesterday at Mill Creek Star Route 151 pounds vlsor James H Davis was assigned Wonnv Xflll The grand champion standard bird a White Leghorn male was exhibited by Lloyd Read of Clear field R D 3 who won the top award last year but with a dlf Contd on Page 2 Obituaries Socjety Sports 0 10 18 19 17 19 2 Club 14 4 the Huntingdon County Fairs Jun ion Swine Roundup She was named the champion showman and also the champion fitter Tom Brown of Mill Creek R D was the reserve champion pjoute showman while Dianne Lynn 17g Hesston RD was selected as the reserve champion fitter Nancy Brown Mill Creek Star tne thjrd teacnlng post Route 159 Mary Ann Mierley Uon fte PelersDurg Elementary School Huntingdon R D 1 158 160 to 170 pounds Fred Mor gan Orblsonla R D 1 179 Dale Smith Mill Creek Star Fred Morgan third Goaf d on Page 2 180 to 200 pounds Carl Fouse first and grand champion 197 Fouse of Aitch R D Audrey Scolt second 197 Dale THE WEATHER Richard Booth of McVey town showed the erand champion Contd on Page Carl 1 showed the grand champion hog a 197pounder while the reserve champion exhibited Grubb Hesston R D 1 first by Joe Eckley Petersburg RD 2 and second 208 Marie Bar Smith third 200 201 to 220 pounds Harry Wareham of Everett R D 1 a swine breeder was the judge for yesterdays show nett Todd third 212 221 to 240 pounds Joe Eck ley first 246 Audrey Scott second 222 and Tom Brown Contd on Page 15 Sunny and pleasant to day High in the 80s Fair and mild tonight Low mid 50s to low 60s Partly cloudy warm and humid Thurs day High In the 80s Fri days outlook rather cloudy and warm with scattered thunder showers Armours Brown Swiss Grand Champion i Robert Armour of Germany Valley Mount Union Is iiicturpri with his fouryonrold BrownSwiss cow which was adjucipd tho Rrniul cliniuplon cow of tlw Imnv it tlio Huntingdon Dairy Show on Tuosilay i Best Bantam In Show William Hootli of McVeytown showed the grand champion bantam the 10GO Huntingdon County Fair Poultry Show lienspictured with the WhiteCochin male bird that copped tlie top award Champion Showman And Fitter Audrey Scott 16 Hesstoii1 Rj was named both the champion showman and tne champion fitter at Tuesdays Junior SwJne Roundup at the Huntingdon County Fair   

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