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Playground Daily News (Newspaper) - August 22, 1976, Fort Walton Beach, FloridaGood morning today is sunday August 11 1976 3ist year daily news for Ken Viilu Foo 169 remember my youth Ami the Lemming thai will never cynic Buck any Morello foiling Hal i Cwikly Loisl forever Milosl the sea the Iirth Pindall men Conrad us beefs up korean Force Seoul South Korea up1 North Korea accused the United states saturday of co milling a Large scale military provocation by sending a heavily armed Force into the pan Munjon truce Vil Lage to Cut Down inc tree where two us army offic ers were killed earlier this week the accusation carried by the official North korean Central news Agency came As the 7lh Fleet aircraft Carrier Midway accompanied by a missile Cruiser and four frigates was reported steaming from Japan toward korean Waters two squadrons of us Figlie bombers already have arrived in South Korea the communist Agency said the us action involved about 700 men and a helicopter creating a terrible War atmosphere the Agency in a report intended for the North korean Domestic service said the United Stales Liel Coper flew Over communist territory and accused the us of trying to Start a new korean War according to monitors in Washington the attack wednesday came As a fireman work parly escorted by us and South korean Sci Writy guards tried to prune a Iree in the demilitarized zone near Pani Nunom 35 Miles North of Seoul North korean guards tried to Block the workers according to the United nations command then attacked with pikes and axes hacking o death maj Arthur bonifas 33 of Newburgh by and 1st it Mark Barrett 25 of Columbia so the bodies of the two men arrived at Travis air Force base Calif saturday and were awarded military honors maj bonifas funeral will beheld aug 24 at West Point by and the funeral of it Barrett will be in Columbia so also aug 24 yesteryear of Vintage automobiles most appearing just off a showroom floor were on display in downtown fort Walton Beach saturday by the playground antique and classic Auto club sponsored by the downtown bus iness association Trie restored vehicles ranged from a 1907model Duer to a late Model imported sports Coupe besides the show an antique Auto parts Flea Market was set up on the site Bill Stein right member of a Mobile Ala antique group inspects a 1930era Chevrolet Horn photos by Morgan Little Early saturday the unc headed by us army Gen Richard g Stilwell sent a work group into the truce Village and Cut Down the rec according to the korean Central news Agency report monitored in Seoul More than 300 military brigands including us troops in full combat trim were sent into the truce zone it said they were backed up by Over 400 armed personnel and a helicopter creating a terrible War atmosphere us army officers reported no incidents along the Border saturday in Seoul some 8000 High school students held two separate rallies they burned the effigy of North korean president Kim Ilsung and demanded his immediate punishment As an axe murderer the South korean National Assembly National de sense and foreign affairs committee heard reports from government officials and Hen adopted a five Point statement demanding speedy retaliation against North Korea conditions favourable for Hurricane growth Miami trop ical depression with a Broad poorly organized Center continued its eastward and Vance toward the Lee Ward islands saturday will forecasters saying conditions Are still favor Able for it to become the at antics fifth tropical storm by sunday the depression with 35 Milea hour winds in the characteristic counter car crash clockwise spiral is 100 Miles East of lie islands or Al latitude 150 North and Longitude 515 West if winds increase by 5 Mph the twister will become tropical storm emmy an air Force Hurricane Hunter plane will he sent out Al 9 pm to Check for strengthening this is the favored area for tropical storm development said National Hurricane Center forecaster Joe Pelissier the storms pull their Energy from the warm sea and gel their moisture from evaporation and the Trade winds in the area do nothing to disrupt the circular air move ment once it gets a Start i talc change in Speed or direction is predicted for the next 24 hours and the dist ubed area should reach the islands by Sun Day night or Early Mon Day morning two other tropical twisters have virtually writ ten themselves off trop ical storm Dotlich blew it self of Iima cof heavy showers Over Hie Carolinas Friday night and tropical storm can Dice is trifling harm Lessly eastward about h25 Miles Southeast of Halifax Nova Scotia Candice boasts go to 70 Mph winds but forecaster Pelissier says theres Little Chance for Hurricane development Over the cold Atlantic Waters kills youth crowd cheers girl slashing her wrists a 14yearold of Efimia Springs Youliti died saturday and four others were injured in n head on collision on state Road 20 according to the Florida Highway patrol the youth Harold c Hodges or was apparently the Driver of one of the two vehicles involved in Hie Accident injured in Hie mishap were the Driver of the second ear fax t Ziglar of 12 port Dixie blvd Shalimar her 10yearok son Thomas and a third passenger Hilda 1mof 12 Alden or fort Walton Leach a passenger in the Hodges car Ralph b Amidons of route is Ponce de Leon was also hops utilized following he Accident mrs Ziglar her son and mrs Hilda Lay were All admitted to Eglin air Force base regional Hospital with serious injuries investigating officers said Ammons was treated at the Niceville Hospital and later transferred to a Pensacola Hospital the f1ip said his condition is also listed As serious re polls said Hartford Conn up a 16yearold girl apparently High on i5d slashed her wrists and arms and then rushed to he slips of a roman Catholic a lurch poking a razor to her Throat while a crowd of 300 persons cheered and screamed do your tiling Sisler anything Fiat she did that looked like it was going to draw blood they cheered said police detective William try Anont of the Friday night Kincid tit the girl not identified because she is a minor was hit by a whisky bottle during inc 45 minutes she held Back police priests and friends by threatening to Cut her Throat Shu finally collapsed on the Steps of immaculate Conception Church to cause she lost so much blood she was treated at a Hartford Hospital and Retea Seil saturday morning police called the crowds cheering disgusting the Guys police at the scene told me Urey were just like animals Tremont said they were Yelling do in sister do your thing Sisler right the officers told the detective it was like they were witnessing a spectacle Al a football game Trimont said friends of inc girl told reporters she had taken Ltd police said she apr Ward to be drugged three bottles were thrown by die crowd which hooted As the girl staggered on the Church Steps one bottle struck the girl and the others smashed against the Church and the Street curb while the girl bled profusely one Man jumped up on the sidewalk and recited a Brief Couplet of Doggerel verse a witness said 1 have never seen so much Wood said the Llev Joseph m divine a priest Al immaculate Conception in looked like there was As much As if you dropped a half gallon bottle of Tomato juice that How thick it was the priest said the crowd cheered when inc girl finally fainted and collapsed from loss of blood Erom her cuts police look her to die Hospital a dozen persons went to look at the pools of blood that had dripped from the girls arms after she was taken away Cap audit reveals inadequate safeguards the county Community action program sus Pended from further state and Federal Grants for the past several months seem to have virtually no fiscal controls according to a critical audit made Public Friday the Cap Agency in danger of disbanding if the county commission decides to Lake Over the weather mostly fair and Tunny through monday except for a 20 per end Chance of afternoon Thunder showers win Raj northerly 37 Mph Low lower 70s highs upper 80s Island pier High tide 7rl7 am Low a life pm East pass High tide Low tide Sunrise i Index Hui Mil fit 31 co mid con cd dear Abby 6b re 1 Lorla to 4 a Ohio Irona be a Okolo Oia Degeil 3a sports 1c a locks 67e women 171 reins of the poverty Prog ram apparently has virtually no system of checks and balances according to auditor Henry Smith the controls were not adequate a safeguard the assets of the Grants Smiths report to the Cap Board of directors said included in the report were instances of Loans to former and present Emp Loyes undocumented expenditures checks with Only one of the two required signatures and at least two instances where Agency Bank accounts were overdrawn Smiths audit revealed that Over was loaned to employees some of whom signed loan agreements and some did not among those employees to whom Loans were made were Carl Brown James Tanner Catherine Dorlich Clifford Bishop Sharon Penny Ken Turner and William Pic card the Loans ranged from to Brown Tanner and Piccard Are no longer employed by the Agency and there is no record of their Loans being repaid also noted in the audit Are instances of Loans or payments to some of the members of the Board of directors Board member Leo gainer of gainer fun eral Home received two payments of each for funeral services rendered several checks were passed through the Bank accounts with Only one signature contrary to previous policy or countersigned checks with two Ford has nothing to lose in debates Kansas City to up president Ford has taken a bold Gamble and volunteered to confront Jimmy Carter in a series of nationally televised debates to let the american voter choose the better Man Ford who rails Carter by 25 percentage Points in the polls decided just a few hours before he accepted his parlays presidential nomination thursday night that a facet face debate would be the Best Way to launch an aggressive Campaign against his opponent he quickly composed a few lines on a yellow notebook summoned his aides and instructed them to incorporate those words into his acceptance speech the words on the yellow Sheet read this year the issues Are on our Side in ready in eager to go before the american people and debate the real issues face Lof Acwith Jimmy Carter the american people have the right to know firsthand exactly where both of us stand Ford the Republican underdog from Michigan has nothing to lose from the debates in americas Bicentennial year for Carter the democratic candidate from Georgia the risks Are greater Ford can Only gain from it said a historian we dont go into this debate As a favorite said a Carter aide pointing to Fords congressional and White mouse experience Fords skilfully limed Challenge caught Carter off guard Al the Lime Carter was preparing to Issue a similar Challenge but he quickly agreed to the debates ignoring advisers warnings that Ford has More practice As a debater the National television networks indicated a willingness logo along providing the debates can be held by an Independent sponsor to circumvent Federal equal time regulations a format proposed by the league of women voters would place the first of three debates in St Louis sell 28 a Lille More than a month away two More debates would follow in other cities during october Ford and Carter each selected an adviser to negotiate details with the league the league proposed that the vice presidential candidates Republican Robert j Dole of Kansas and Democrat Waller f Mondale of Minnesota debate the week of oct 18 both seemed Willingto Meel in the first nationally televised debates Between vice presidential candidates the for Carler debates would be the first Between presidential contenders since 1960 when John f Kennedy outshone Richard m Nixon with his Cool command of the issues those debates generated the biggest voter turnout of the Cen Tury providing a ready made Edge for the majority democratic party Ford took a big risk by deciding to debate Carter no incumbent Ever before has chosen to risk the advantage of his office by debating an outsider but debate is a common tool of the political underdog who has everything to gain if he can emphasize his opponents weak Nesses and Ford according to his advisers believes he skilfully can use his insiders knowledge of govern Cal to reinforce a prevailing sense that Carter is wish Washy on the issues political scientists across the country agreed with Fords decision its a very sensible thing for him to do said or Arthur Schlessinger or Al inc City University of new York Ford can Only gain from it in strategy sessions that began 10 Days before Ford issued his Challenge most of his advisers favored a debate As a bold stroke their Confidence was based on the debating skill that Ford an Ivy league lawyer has accumulated during a Quarter Century in Public office and the new techniques he has been learning recently from High paid Media experts Only one adviser warned Ford against the debates according Rin Rig Sikes bbl tickets available tickets for the sept 1 Hob Sikes Library dedication have gone on Sale Al locations throughout the Crestview area arc Iview chamber of Commerce president Allen Robinson said the tickets will gain admission to the outdoor barbeque honouring rep Sikes set to begin Al 11 am saturday and run until 2 am House speaker Carl Albert will be one the guest speakers for the event which will also All act a number of other High ranking government officials according to Robinson Tobiason listed the following ticket Sale locations ail in Crestview Goodyear store Bowman reality als restaurant mels Small appliance repair the tulle Lin Okaloosa news journal artistic Beauty Salon ella1 Lic auly Salon millies magic Mirror Bel mar Beauty Salon greenhouse gift Ai Beauty Salon and a Russell Itealy

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