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   Daily News (Newspaper) - August 15, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                CLASSIFIED ADS DIAL MISS CLASSIFIED 6434040 or 5424641 State Library Education Bui Id inn Harrigburg Pa L 48 PER COPT HUNTINGDON and MOUNT UNION FRIDAY AUGUST 15 1969 PHONE 6434040 NO 168 twood Grabs Spotlighl wo Days To Go lour down and two to go thats the score at the 1969 Hunt ion County Fair pro days of the agricultural exposition remain with both ng potentially big attendance days Voters egister At amty Fair Huntingdon County Board elections picked up 80 new trs In special voting regis at a booth at the Hunt on County Fair on Tuesday Jorty eight Republicans 28 aocrats and four nonparti took advantage of the spe arrangements to register to inthe November elections Tuesday The arrangements will be In let again this evening and Intlans are urged to make one Ihelr stops a visit to the reg ratlon booth if they have not eady made arrangements to e fhe announcement of the sue of this election plan was de at the regular meeting of Huntingdon County Com bsioners on Thursday The commissioners also re ved a check from the state irtment of Forests and Jters for which was fment in lieu of county taxes some 66273 acres which the tment owns In the county lent is made at a rate of cents an acre there will be no meeting of commissioners on Thursday st 21 since countyoffi Its will be attending the state Jventlon during that week 1 regular meeting scheduled August 28 has been post for one day Com ssioners will be attending a fesion in Harrisburg on that to discuss state and fed aid possibilities in con Contd on Page 2 Jole Chitwoods Auto Thrill Show will take over the grand stand spotlight tonight for a 27 event program that the Charging Cherokee says is his best ever presentation All new Chevrolet equipment is used in theshQW which has played all of the big fairs across the nation Recognized through out the U S and Canada as the greatest name in thrill show history the Chitwood program always attracts a big crowd at Huntingdon Joie Chitwood Jr is expect ed to manage tonights show and participate in a number of the sensational stunts Show time Is pm Some 200 or more horses are expected Saturday for sire stake racing starting at 3 pm The purse in this program may reach Some of the finest horses In the east are arriving hourly at the Huntingdon track for the program Contd on Page 5 New Welfare Setup Regional Director Is Assigned HARRISBURG UPI The state Public Welfare ment announced Thursday it will assign local directors to its sis regional offices effec tive Aug 22 Dr Thomas W Georges Jr Department Secretary said the appointments represented a major step in gradual transition from highly centralized pro gram management to regional program administration with more local decision making in the care and treatment of the physically mentally and social ly disabled The assignments Region I Irene F Pernsley Conshohock en at an annual salary of 19 664 The region consists of Bucks Chester Delaware and Montgomery counties and Phil adelphia Region H Scranton Eliot R Knauer Harrisburg The region consists of Berks Bradford Carbon Lackawanna Lehigh Luzerne Monroe North ampton Pike Schuylkill Sulli van Susquehanna Tioga Wayne and Wyoming Counties Region HI York Robert Boyer Harrisburg The Contd onPage 3 In The Event Qf Actual War Russia Red Ready To Use Bomb LONDON UPI The Soviet Union and Communist China are ready to use nuclear weapons In the event of actual war diplomatic sources said today Moscow has hinted pointedly at its nuclear superiority over China iri recent references to the sharpening SinoSoviet con flict The Chinese have said publicly they are prepared for nuclear war Diplomatic sources said the conflict has taken a selrious turn for the worse but believed war is still unlikely at least for Offensive Is Threat To Pullout astors Son ijured In tar Accident Fames Hopkins 20 son of Rev and Mrs Henry Hop Is of 2201 Murray Avenue ntingdon is listed In satls y condition today in Divine ovidence Hospital Williams foung Hopkins was in serious bdition when admitted to the spital Sunday night following lonecar accident in which he thrown from the vehicle 4rays revealed he has a frac 1 rib dislocated thumb cuts 1 bruises of the body The Hopkins family arrived in Jntingdon on August 5 and Mr pklns has assumed his duties pastor of the First United jthodist Church James a student at Lycomlng lllege in Wllliamsport con Jued his employment in a pizza op at the place and after work r night went riding with a In the friends sports mod Contd on Page 5 SAN CLEMENTE Calif enemy offen sives in Vietnam may adversely affect plans for additional US troop withdrawals the White House said Thursday UPI reported last week President Nixon would soon announce the withdrawal of 125000 US troops more than he originally dis closed in the number of men in Vietnam down to about 400000 Nixon spent three hours in conference with the National Security Council at his villa by the sea here and afterwards Press Secretary Ronald Ziegler told newsmen Nixon and his top advisers were keeping a close eye on the incresed action Watch Renewed Flareup Ziegler said the subject of troop withdrawal did not come up at the NSC meeting but Nixon and his senior advisers were watching the renewed flareup very carefully Ziegler said US force levels still would depend on three criteria outlined at Nixons Midway meeting with President Nguyen Van Thieu of South level of enemy Contd on Page 3 the time being But they no longer1 rule out a major border war in one or two key frontier areas that could mushroom eventually into nuclear warfare Reports reaching London from the Far East said developments have become unpredictable with both sides having worked themselves into a political and ideological frenzy Exploits Soviet Threat The Chinese the reports said Contd on Page 3 INSIDE THE NEWS Ann Landers i 8 Building Page 10 Classified Ads 12 13 Comics II Courthouse RoundUp 10 Crossword 13 Farm Page 9 Obituaries 2 On Stage Live 5 Society feClub 7 Sports 4 Television Programs 8 eachcr Tells Of Trip Abroad Mount Union usi Is Happy To Be Home ter Visiting In Japan JThat old expression Its good to be back home is prob ly the most uttered statement made by all vacationers Miss Susi Klnsloe is no exception although she enjoyed a and exciting vacation in Hawaii and Tokyo Japan she ated I was certainly glad to be back home and see American ople and eat American food Susi the daughter of Mr and rs J H Klnsloe 38 East arket Street Mount Union Is art teacher in the senior gh school in South Windsor onn She departed for her long anned trip to Tokyo to visit ST adopted sister Mrs aeko Horle Wu and family on 28 i Taekowasan AFS dent at the Kinsloehome 1964 and the Klnsloe family have llways kept In touch with their f adopted daughter En route to Hawaii Susi spent a week with Major and Mrs Terry Weyant and family at Whit man Air Force Base Kansas City Major Weyant is a native of Mount Union While In Hawaii she took a complete tour of the outer islands and spent some time In Honolulu Susi arrived In Tokyo on July 14 for her visit with Taeko her husband K S Wu and their son Eddie who will be four years old this fall K S is More British Troops Sent To Stop Belfest Fighting Slaving Of Pretty Coed TWO Lillians Hijack jet Collins Bound lo Havana MIAMI Cubans one a nervous man with a pistol who said he was happy to be going home to see his mother diverted a Northeast Arilines jet with 52 persons aboard to Havana Thursday The homesick hijacker and his companion who carried a knife forced stewardesses Bar bara Donnelly and Roberta Alpert to let them into the cabin and told the to head the BostontoMiami jet for Cuba Capt Grey B Newman said men were very excited and nervous They made threatning gestures and held a gun and a knife on us at all times Stewardess Karen Acuff said the pistolcarrying hijacker who was redeyed and appeared to have been drinking told her he was very happy because he was going home to see his mother The plane returned to Miami afterleaving the two men and spending about three hours in the Cuban capital The hijacking was the 24th of Contd on Page 3 For Trial Lennon Is At Funeral V ENICE calif gy friends and celebrities Thursday praised William Lea father of the singing non his funeral 1 as a man who lived bv the ANN ARBOR Mich Norman Collina sat upright in traditional values he preached it VMS tt nLt nlJ J 1J i his chair showing virtually no emotion The judge told him he must stand trial on a charge of firstdegree murder in the slaying of a Eastern Michigan University coed But as District Court Judge Edward Deake Thursday bound the handsome 22yearold EMU senior over for trial in the death of Karen Sue the seventh victim in a series of sex killings in the area in the Hes waiting for all of us up Soviet Zond Spacecraft Returns down saying why are they so sad said Dianne Lennon Lennon slain Tuesday In a parking lot where he worked was buried at Holy Cross Cemetery The killer was still at large and an allpoints police bulletin Rioters Police Are Battling BELFAST Northern Ireland blazing gunbattle between religious rioters and government to airlift another 600 combat troops to this violencetorn country At least f lye r persons were shot to death and more than 100 injured in fighting that raged along the border of the Roman Catholic and Protestant dis tricts in the nations capital Twentynine had been hit by gunshots past mother was out for a very sloppy burst into tears Members of her family sitting with her in the front row of the small courtroom had to restrain her Nine prosecution witnesses testified for four hours during the preliminary examination which under Michigan law must be held to determine whether there is enough evidence to hold a person for Contd on Page 3 At County Fair firH Horse And Pony Show Held The annual 4H Horse and Pony Show was one of the main at tractions yesterday at the 1969 Huntingdon County Fair E Scott McAllister of Penn sylvania State University was the judge of the sevenhour event Thirty horses appeared in the 22 events on the program First second and third place winners are eligible to enter the district show which will be held next monthprobably at the Reedsville Youth Park Roger McChesney associate agent Is in charge of the 4H club work and the horse shov included members from two clubs The Saddlebusters from the Tyrone area and The printers from the Huntingdon XCont d on Page 3 MOSCOW Soviets announced today the successful return of a moonlooping Zond spacecraft from a mission Western experts said majbe a prelude to Russias first at tempt to send men to the moon The sixton Zond 7 packed with equipment for supporting mans life in space used trial retrorockets to its Defendant Bound Over touchdown in the Soviet is probable cause to lie of Kazakhstan Thursday believe the defendant John according to a Tass report Collins committed this crime The craft not orbit the Deake said Therefore Im moon butwhipped around the binding the defendant over to far side of it in a Uturn Circuit Court for further maneuver that used lunar proceedings gravity to fling it back to earth without the use of rockets Zonds 5 and 6 performed similar maneuvers in1968 Soviet scientists have said in the past tKe Zond series is equipped with lifesupport sys tems adequate to take men on voyages to the moon or to other planets No cosmonauts ever have flown in the craft but Western space experts predict that Zonds will be used by the Soviets when they decide to send men on flights around the moon Tass said the means im proved onboard equipment and photographed both the earth and the moon The flight program included a wide range of technical experiments in checking the improved onboard systems and Contd on Page 3 September Draft Quota Huntingdon County Draft Board No 75 was directed today to send three men for induction into the armed forces on Wednesday Sept 17 Men filling the countys Sep tember draft quota will travel by bus to New Cumberland Army Notices are being mailed today orderingthe registrants to report at am on the above date f Better Expositions In State i Fulton Co Fair To Start Monday Its fair time In Fulton County the week of August 18 through 23 This small county fair is now recognized by the Department of Agriculture as one of the better fairs in the Commonwealth It has a well rounded program according to Dwight Hower direct or in charge of county fairs THE WEATHER Gene Eyer of Tyrone RD 4 was the announcer arid Homer Koch Huntingdon R D 2 and Ralph Rutter Three Springs as sisted with the staging of the show Here are the top winners by Contd on Page 5 Sunny and warm todayHigh in the 80s Fair and warm to night Low mid 60s to low 70s Partly cloudy warm and hu mid with widely scattered thunder showers Saturday High inthe 8Os Sunday partly cloudy warm and humid with scattered thundershowerso Farm women of the county will display their best canned meat fruit and vegetables The Grangers again will ex hibit with the best in home and agricultural products Cattle will occupy a prominent place on the fair program En tries have Increased making it necessary to erect tents for the overflow The 4H baby beef exhibit and sale will excel that of last year according to the farm agents Sheep arid swine will occupj plenty of space at the fair Commercial exhibits will crowd the two buildings Prizes areawarded to outstanding dis employed by the International Basic Economy Corporation The Wu Family live in an apart ment in Tokyo a city of approx imately 10 million Since Taeko was not feeling well and unable to squire Susi about she introduced her to an AFS friend Mrs Kyo Ko Bern ard Kyo Ko who was teach ing eight Japanese students Eng lish introduced them to Susi who was an extensive tour of the city by Kyo Ko and her students Schedule was established and each day Susi was taken some where of Interest In this manner she really saw1 more than the average tourist Contd on Page 3 Four Of Top Winners At 4H Horse Show brawling in the nearby city of Armagh Some 600 British troops were standing by eight miles outside Belfast but there was no immediate request for their Contd on Page 3 plays which has Improved the type of entry Farm machinery and related equipment entered to date will overflow the allot ted space The Fulton County fair board has been given special credit for having one of the larg est farhi machinery displays in the state The midway promises en joyment for the throngs that crowd the fun area Chief Gray Wolf of the Sen eca Indians and part of his tribe willbe featured Monday night The Rocco sisters of TV fame and Yacamo the In dian magic man complete the Contd on Page 3 County Has 8th Road Fatality Huntingdon County chalked up its eighth traffic death of the year today when a New York man critically injured in a two headpn crash last Aug 3 died at 11 pm last night In Altoona Hospital The dead man is Vincent J Morreale 51 of 2395 Valentine Avenue Bronx N Y wife and daughter were injured and hospitalized as a result of the accident Driver o f the second car was Richard Ylngllng 36 Bland burg The crash occured on Route 350 in Morris Township four miles north of Waterstreet at about 7 am three hours after a truckcar crash nearby in which a Warriors Mark Township Contd on Page 3 Green Beret Case Slaying Suggested By Agency SAIGON Upy A mlxup between the Central Intelligence Agency CIA and the military may have resulted in the murder accusa tions against eight former Army Green Berets reliable sources said today Bight men including Col Robert Rheault 43 of Vineyard Haven Mass former com man der of all Special Forces Green Berets in Vietnam are accused of slaying a Vietna mese civilian at Nha Trang June 20 A lawyer for one of the accused said the man killed Contd on Page 3 Here are four of the top winners in the 4H Horse Show held yesterday at the 1969 Huntingdon County Fair Pictured left to right Huntingdon Kim Sager Huntingdon RD Dave Hearri Three Springs and Mike Koch Huntingdon RD The 22event show was a highlight of the fair on Thursday YFC Escapee Apprehended By Trooper A Luzerne County boy who es caped from Youth Forestry Camp No 3 Altch RD was appre hended In the Aitch area at amm by a State Police trooper of the Huntingdon substation The 18yearold took off from the YFC at last evening TJiis morning he was spotted walking along the highway near AltchState Police were advised and in a short time the lad was In custody and en route back to the camp site A Phpenizville youth who es caped from the camp on Tues day night at oclock is still at large today No trace of the 17yearold Chester Cdunty youth has been found since he was missed at a check Tuesday   

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