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   Daily News (Newspaper) - November 12, 1969, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                Libr DIAL MISS CLASSIFIED 6434040 or 5424641 THE DAILY NEWS ary VOL 48 NISE CENTS PEK COPY HUNTINGDON and MOOT I NION WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 12 1969 PHONE 6431040 NO 214 Launch Work Goes Smoothly For Apollo 12 Moon Flight Wives Of Mayors Launch Sales Donald A Miller president of the Huntingdon County Chapter Tuberculosis and Respiratory Diseases Association is shown presenting silk scarves bearing the 1969 Christmas Seal design to center Mrs M H DeForrest wife of Huntingdons mayor and to Mrs Charles Kljngler risht wife of the mayor of Mount Union at a brief ceremony held in his office in the Huntingdon County Courthouse this morning The occasion marked the start of the 1969 Christmas Seal Sale of the TB RD Association I urge all our citizens to buy and use Christmas Seals on all their mail Miller said Its a matter of life and breath Bv TB And RD Association Assembly Leaders Will Sale Of Christmas Trv Again Seals Under Way Landslide Victory Marcos Is Elected For 2nd Term MANILA UPI Ferdinand E Marcos today became the first president of the Philip pines reelected to a second fouryear term He proclaimed he had won a mandate Marcos appeared headed for a millionvote landslide victory over Liberal party candidate Sen Sergio Osmena Jr who refused to concede what he called the dirtiest election in our history Marcus announced he will soon withdraw all 1500 Filipino troops from Vietnam so they can fisnt Huk guerrillas at home Counting in Tuesdays nation a election save Marcos 1133670 votes to Osmenas 726158 Five million votes remained to be counted Running Mate Leads Marcos running mate Vice HARR1SBURG UPl and Senate Republican leaders Thg ig69 saje of Christmas Seals by the Huntingdon County were to meet today on the latest Chapter o the National Tuberculosis and Respiratory Diseases President Fernando Lopez was proposal to break the stalemate was launched today in the office of Donald A Miller leading Genaro Magsaysay over state finances for the 42presldent in the Huntingdon County Courthouse brief ceremony Mr Mil Huntingdon Grade Students Checked Dale Satterfleld is shown administering the Frostig test for visual perception to a student Gail beaver Satterfield is elementary guidance counselor of Huntingdon Area Schools The program develops five visual perceptual skills and sensorymotor skills that lead to the develop ment of thought processes Astronauts Relaxing At Quarters CAPE KENNEDY With everything going great for launch Friday Apollo 12s astronauts relaxed at their quarters today and reviewed plans for the nations second moon landing mission The am EST blastoff is just two days away and Charles Pete Conrad Rich ard F Gordon and Akin L Bean are ready The three pilots hoped to take advantage of the unusually smooth launch preparations and sunny weather and go for a swim in the Atlantic after eating lunch with top program officials today Activity picked up at the launch pad before dawn Most of the work was devoted to getting the 3 5ton spacecraft ready for flight The most critical operation activating the ships fuel cell power scheduled late today ContM un Psge 2 monthold 196970 fiscal year The GOP legislators planned to discuss a Senate Republican Qn Veteran Day proposal calling for a broaden ing of the 6 per cent sales tax to include clothing and other exempt items This proposal was advanced as a possible alternative to a million Housepassed tax package that places the burden on business and industry The leadership meeting will precede trie return 01 the full General Assembly following a threeweek recess for the recent general election The lawmakers have been Neff Speaks At Juniata Vallev In a ler presented to Mrs M H DeForrest wife of Huntingdons mayor and to Mrs Charles Kiln ger wife of the mayor of Mt Union handsome silk scarves bearing the Christmas Seal design gifts of the local chapter Said Miller These scarves are symbolic We of the Huntingdon Contd on Page 13 1135200 votes to 703606 in the violencescarred election In the race for the Senate Marcos Nacionalista party appeared to have carried six of eight seats at stake and was leading in 54 of the 110 contests for house of representatives posts The liberals led in 14 districts Television projections said Contd on Page 15 Veterans Day was observed in the Juniata Valley High School with a special assembly in the grappling with the budget probgynrasium at lem for most of the year withday out success The consensus is The speaker was the Honorable that some S425 million is needed Joseph H Neff wellknown ed to balance the General Fund ucator and citizen of the Juniata Budget Valley community Neff a World Gov Raymond P chafers War I veteran was introduced longstanding recommendation to by the supervising principal achieve fiscal balance is the iniAmos D Meyers position of a personal income A special feature of the pro gram was the introduction of several World war I veterans from the community who had been given a special invitation to Contd on Page 2 Visual Perception Is Tested The Frostig Program for the Development of Visual Percep tion has been adopted by the Hunt ingdon Area Schools to be used with children who have under developed visual perception abili ties says Darrell Satterfield elementary guidance counselor of the Huntingdon Area Schools shows that young children need to be proficient in visual perceptual skills before they can successfully read write spell and do other academic work continues Mr Satter field Although children with under developed visual perception even tually learn they are subject to WASHINGTON UPI The government has agreed to allow an great emotional stress as they antiwar march perhaps involving up to 70000 demonstrators to strive to learn and many of Just South Of DIZ Officers Installed US Troops Catch McKee Talks Reds By Surprise et8 av Pledue Of Nonviolence March Route In Capital Changed SAIGON UPI U S troops aboard armored personnel carriers caught a company of North Vietnamese by surprise below the Demilitarized Zone DMZ and chased them across three hills in an 11hour battle reported today Military spokesmen described the clash three miles south of the DMZ Tuesday as the biggest fight in that area since Contd on Page 10 Senate Will Take Action Senior High On Raystown Open House Thursday pass within one block of the White House in exchange for a pledge them are often handicapped thr of nonviolence from leaders of the protest oughout their school year This program develops five visual perceptual skills and At Juniata Four classics of the art of international films will be shown this week and nest at Juniata College according to DR Evelyn The United States Senate today Jj Cuss chairman of the Colleges was expected to give final Foreign Language Council approval to a continuing appro Huntingdon Area Senior The first film Don Quijote priation of SS4 million for the Higjj school will observe Amert de la Mancha based on the Department hailed Raystown Reservoir project Education Week in a special Cervantes novel will be shown ment as a victory in Huntingdon County TOy tomorrow when it welcomes The stage was set for action parents of its students Open today when the Senate public House will be works subcommittee and the full nts will move about on ovn touring the facilities The agreedupon march route involves use of Pennsylvania Avenue the multilane street that is the traditional course taken by parades honoring inaugurated presidents and national heroes Leaders of the New Mobiliza tion Committee to End the War in Vietnam New who had fought for use of Pennsyl vania Avenue during lengthy negotiations with the Justice the agree program perceptual skills sensorymotor skills that lead to Contd on Page 10 ap appropriation committee proved the budget request Monday afternoon This appropriation coincides with the amount allocated in the budtet approved by the U S House of Representatives lale and talking with teachers Student schedules will be available atthe principals office upon request The purpose of the teacherpar ent discussion will be to get Contd on Pase 15 tonight Wednesday Nov 12 The second a Russian satire entitled The Inspector General after the play of the same title by Nickolay Gogol is scheduled for Friday Nov 140 Nest Monday Nov 17 at pjn the film version of Thomas Manns novel The Confessions of Felix Krull Confidence Man is planned to Contd on Page 10 Gives Talk Action By Parents Vets Urged Missing Boy Found Huntingdons quiet Veterans Day had a little excitement yes terday afternoon when volunteer firemen were called to conduct a search for a missing seven yearold boy However the lad was found just as fullscale search opera tions were ready to start The boy William Thomas Hawn son of Mr and Mrs Charles Hawn 1419 Washington Street Huntingdon had been missing since am when he started downtown to see the holi day parade Banquet Patriotism is so much abused it has so many mean ings Actually it is a genuine love of country stated Wilbur McKee of Huntingdon R D 2 in a Veterans Day mess age Tues day McKee WHUN news analyst was the keynote speaker for a banquet held at 1 oclock yester day by Juniata Valley Barracks US Marines began pulling out a month ago Twelve North Vietnamese were killed in the running battle Two of the US 5th No1433 Veterans World War Mechanized Infantry Division rr and Ladies Auxiliary Included on the days agenda Contd on Pace 2 wag tastallatlon ceremony in which officers of both the post and auxiliary assumed their respective duties The banquet took place atPenn Hunt Hotel with G Edwin Em mert serving as master of cere monies The program opened with G Edwin Emnert serving as master of ceremonies The program opened with words of welcome by Commander Em mert followed by the pledge of Sewage Study Check Awarded To Mount Union A check in the amount of was presented to the Mount Union Borough by representatives of His parents became concerned the Pennsylvania Department of allegiance to the flag and invo when he did not return home for Contd on Page 10 Zodiac Decides To Stop Announcing His Murders SAN FRANCISCO The zodiac killer broke a monthlong silence Tuesday to announce by letters and crypto grams to a newspaper he will no longer announced to anyone when I comitt my murders The boasting slayer previous ly connected with five killings in the San Francisco Bay area since last December claimed seven victims In occasionally misspelled correspondence to the San Francisco Chronicle Zodiac said his future murders shall look like routine robberies killings of anger i few fake etc A postscript to one of his letters indicated he was dis pleased by a dwindling of public attention since he included a piece oi a slam cab drivers bloodstained shirt in a letter one month ago Could you print this new cipher on your front page0 he asked 1 get awfully lonely when I am ignored so lonely I could do my thing Then in 1 large scrawled contrasted with his usual small Xodiac ndded And I cant do a thing with it I jitest Correspondence The latest correspondence The Justice Department in turn said the settlement was hinged on the New Mobe Veterans and parents were making public assurances the urged yesterday to become in march would be nonviolent The volved in their communities in New Mobe later said there action for world peace more will be no violence in Washingjustice and less crime and ton Saturday and the Jistice violence Department said it would not Without such involvement these hold the group responsible for desired goals can never be at any isolated trouble that might tatned Carl R Bruno assistant occur to the superintendent of the Hun The final route represents a tingdon Area School District de compromise of sorts Originally dared the group had wanted to Speaking at Huntingdons Vet surround the White House In erans Day program atop Flag Pole Hill the educator warned his audience that it Is not too late now but time is running out Complacency could be our downfall Bruno urged veterans and par ents to heed the fall of Presl dent Nixon when he sought full support of the silent majority The speaker said that it Is INSIDE THE NEWS Along the Juniata 15 Ann Landers 8 Classified Ads IS 19 Comics 23 Crossword 19 Society Club 16 Sports 4 Health The presentation of the check was made in final payment for the sewage feasibility study con ducted in the borough Under state laws the borough is eligible for reimbursement of 50 percent of the cost incurred for preparing a sewage plan in accordance with the Pennsylvania Sewage Facilities Act of 1966 The plan prepared by the engineering firm of GanettFlem ingCorddry and Carpenter was approved by the Pennsylvania Contd on Page 2 Contd on Page 2 WEATHER Cloudy and becoming windy with showers likely today High in the lower 50s Mostly cloudy and cooler tonight and Thursday with a chance of snow flurries Low tonight in the mid and upper 30s High Thursday in the upper 40s Outlook for Friday cloudy and continued cool with a chance of snow flurries the route now agreed upon marchers will assemble on the mall in front of Capitol Hill and Contd on Page 10 a page filled with Ice Follies PagSCS ciphers a rambling a note on a comic Are Offered included strange letter greeting another piece of the cab drivers shirt Is your name in todays classtime to pause and carefully ex I though you would need a if led columns Turn now to amine what is happening to ded good laugh before you hear the the want ads and you may find ication and patriotism in our bad news he wrote He began your name listed there winning beloved country He supported the two letters with the usual you a pair of free reserved these words with a review of This is the Zodiac speaking seat passes to the 34th edition incidents that have taken place Up to the end of Oct I have of Ice Follies at Hershey Sports in recent years rioting killed 7 people he said I Arena Dec 2 lootings assassinations campus have grown rather angry with Three names are hidden ui rebellions and protest marches the police lor their telling lies the ads preceded by two xs Speaking directly to the about me So 1 will change the If you find your name veterans the Army Reserve wav the collection of slaves come in person to The Dally colonel said the present battle The passage about collecting News office Your passes will is as important as any we have slaves which wis followed by be waiting for you Passes must ever faced In this nation He on Pago IfO be claimed within 24 hours Contd on Pace 3 Borough Secretary Accepts Check Melvln Diven Mount Union borough secretary center is pleased to receive a check in the amount of from Jack C Winters Sewage Facilities Coordinator of Pennsylvania Department of Health Approving the transaction was Clyde W McClure right Sanitarian of Pennsylvania Department of Health The chock represents the final payment for the sewage feasibility study conducted in Mount Union   

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