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   Clearfield Progress (Newspaper) - March 12, 1966, Clearfield, Pennsylvania                                1P ^8 . h    j si IK'*' BBS IT ft lite fa *+� -T ri  *.       *    ' *OJ ^^^H if 4 J - - to lis rrt1 mi * 28 �?sS�3r; "-nr. .\4jHr � fa"" � 7a I* ml mi f -r   *   _   r L1W 3 Ml �I,--1 � ?4( -"-'.'in * - t" i_V. X 4, rr > ^1 7s �3W �8 it*1 ^j1 ttti- w v-'iv -i:^ tea I? j 1 J � ^ �*. J  > '-i    L     ^ Vi"r- f -li -4y 6�f fir." F  ^ 7; FT us m ^4 >^ 1 ^ r -ft 1^ si �J !.^: asm .-h "ST IF     *   . Mi 1 y�4 1 1^ J V: h 1 1 " J" *4 -J J" \. '.2 .4 ^- 1 ,1 '1 e ^ 1 '!? r - _ J J. .    +    ^ F     ? 1 - � + +      r.h F- -    * .   j I *   ^   * 1   _. '3 r; .1 - 'f  V h �j-   F - v * - V 1t     .| 1. ii -  1 1- r-T Y  - J j     ^ 1 r r 1^   1 /I �h a j     1 \.-.- 1 .a h J   " 4       j By JOHN CANTWEU h 1 r ViTi-'^fc 1^. 1      i .1  h_ U.    + - 1 4- h   F -   r     -   t ���^ ^       -since becoming a^candidatelioq , �1    1       '     - \ lor^wasf r * - The occasion was the:: v Lincoln -Day dinner ^sponsored n     -r   V -     Iff- to- by the DuBdis Council of Re- Sifc publica wasithel1 x       F � as-* *    j r  1- Raymond P. Shafer, cdhdiddt� : V-' -i A'. V 1 '� I.' F   L        �   L   �ft"   ^A the!fouflder of i4- of Bigler durind'a state's highest'office He - r |Hi@#||| m V 1.   'xrt/-  ^ 1 '# 1 I- * 1        h" I- J- A- J5 h    1 I"' j  ^ fin 'inn 5 �  f1 pail mei 8S� h - * ^1 m 4 v - *7* 7.M 1 .F � -      \ 1        J - J   r d id a te Tanu&x& ,   ^    a  t        h     i * f Wi - ^  f" wmmmmmm .pply lines were held, to coma be made and lit was 3B ie,ss^helcg ^Force^ &;3 said t*t'__________ ^      A ,1 ^ &8 1: + i�ti * .1 til "I    T ^ 1 i Tr-T^r'T' rz^ v teachers^**. iliui The Marines and the v. Air Force" searched the' a?ei' of  the the Laotioniborderlfo^survivors of the two-d^y� 6attle|aiga     a Regulars: ITietoattte^led. in de-feat^Thursday;Ibutecorps in-.fprmants in^ per^phs: have^be^^ouglit put py hejicopters which; #sk  ------ jeVery UM thieyxdip i f-i; si ft 1^ m5� ^1 F^ j"     P Richard B. Bailor, 40, of Min-eral'Sprihgs, who was involved ^k: the traffic accident! Feb. 20 that claimed the life of a young i Clearfield County speech therapist?; has been charged \vith involuntary manslaughter and driving while intoxicated;       v "Bailor was arraigned last jiight on the charges brought by State Trooper Al Gontkovic, one of the officers - investigating the acci-dent/Bayor posted a ^,500 bond at the #eliminai^a^ai^rtierit Before Justice of tfie Peacie Har-ry G. Ganoe at Clearfield for >) K Indonesian army chief Lt. Gen. Suharto, who took over contrbl from Presided Sukarno cjeclored today he will not allow the"Ih^onelian rtvdlutioii to fu^h to th� poltficaI right 6r ihe extreme left. told a meeting of high goM rtnie n t of f i ci a Is a t e proceedings were taped and +     h 4 =- its no s palace, ernment radio. Sukdr broddcastvdyer the Indonesian gov " 4.4. ^ 1 .\ Sukarno ipokejfirst and said he was ordering Suharto to take control of the coun 'VP i try and to maintain peace and order.: Reliable sources iu Singapore said earlier that Sukarno apparently had handed over political power to Suharto and remained in office only a s af figurehead. a hearing at a later5date; field Hospital. r^ By THE ASSOCIATED, PRESS Indoriesian President Sukar-no, who for years played his country's once powerful Communists against the army, may have become the victim of his own balancing act. Rteliable sources in Singapore report that Sukarno has handed over political power to army chief Lt; Gen. Suharto and ap-parientlyremains irivoffice only as a figurehead! But Sukarno has! survived many upheavals and it is top early to tell whether the step means, the 'end of his political hold over Indonesia's 105,million people. The  64-year-old   president's juggling act went off balance ,^w^bt^- - - --v last Gctobet wlfenthe army '^0S^0.:^i        crushed  a  Gommupist-backed ,C*S^   A       coup. A violent purge * of Coni - miihists followed aind the party wWch-onc^ claimed 3 million members seemed crushed; with army-firinly entrenched^oh :;^'-*lt0P;-;-'':::;":: ;^'';;--^r::''':-"''^' BULLETIN SINGAPORE, (AP)-~Lt: Gen. Suharto, Indonesia's: new strongman, dissolved and outlawed the Indonesian Communist party,today in the- nke of President Sukarno; Jakarta it a Ho ran-nounced. '  BaUor's car; collided with one driven by J. ^Jertch Johnson, 2i, of        Pine St., Curwens-ville, oh Route. 322 about a half mile west of i Clearfield,       ; ^ Johnson; a j speech therapist in the Clearfield County Schools; was prodc^nced: dead on arrival at the Clearfield" Hospital.- His Wife; Sylvia, 24^; the only other occupant of the v car, .was seriously injured; She has since i h - j > 4" 7 * r 1 r-  ^ The sources, who are in constant touch with devlopnients in Iridpnesiay also said' thie pro-Peking foreign minister and first deputy premier, Subandrio, had been Indbhesia. But; the Indonesian goyern-ment. radio said Subandrio attended the meeting at Sukarno's palace ands the; announcer, referred to Subandrio as fir;st deputy premier. The Singapore sources said they have hot yet been able to clarifyv whetterS Sukarno forced to let Suharto take power but they said present iiidications are that the   the liirteUght when he raUied arniy, navy inS^ prtice forces to-crush the Cbm^ munist-led coup attempts last October, t ?-i -r ^ Suharto, who had been head of ] Kosttad the army strltegie command, was named army commander to replace Achmad Yam, one of six generals tor- coup support- / h r  r _ r 1 5 - r   B  ^ ,1 4    ' .^l^ft'C-.:"i-.v, :-. members s r;>DiefenselMihi^E^G^h,-S&bdul Clearfield's newest: industry, Haris Nasution, a stamich ahU- with /about;-20^Workers: an? of.:?ahd rarsfti tij They siid^Suhartb is a firm supporter of �! foipier%Defehse  W^^flp^ Minister. Gen., Abdl;HarisNa- ^ffl^^^BgBfeU.r, sUtion?:Ayhom:;SukarabvdismiSsed- ^^^feflihi^^^ h  -4 /4 t       J  -      J" -   ^ - 1 J list:|mbn1fi?IsM^&t^iP^m^ e^ee^caDine^Ialkebj old$YJlle pwned^by Shortway^s fr- n.-'O ,\ ^ V �-       l   * Hi -  � Ir 4* ----T I his _ t       4>       �  v v - ' I * It 4     r i-r r- J   i ^r" ^  1 j.  j gas beM ignited; by a sparkv"^,rthL ^  x war in * ��*       i^^r-^ ^with;;chairmiyof^Hduse _________ > ofr the - _ 1  -1 build- kirig^FwIign Miisfer'��ep? That uty PremierJSubandriorSubaiii undergone ex: drio repomd|5�:^m1ssld^ �'"'today afteKahefa�my^haha�i� Sukarno an ultimatum'to get rid Of him. -:fV-\--^---- P^SH##kihsMof3Wa didacy foiKelect^n^^ pcMfica5tatS�^^ i. Please Turn to Page 3, Col 2 *     4" � _�   :� :� �     4       +- �   i   j r � 1       x        J.        x �     �� I .>,.y.'V *****   * * � Maypnmary. Accost of $235,000. lme operation _r       ,-� . } ySukarno was never elected president; He proclaimed Indonesia's^ independence Rafter World W^r II and assdmed the job witW the birth of the Indoni. + - i w.as� Please; Turn to Page 10, Col. 3 . Please Turn to Paige lO.vCol. .4 4 � - 4      .4 4 Jan-rtment^of ue .^meeting he **,U5**-"oH>j Frank nSimpkin^treasur|r uof ture -  J gwer'Au^^tMlW:^ 891 person!^ connected- to the township sewer 1.963 rec public assist- ni th#t RtatpwiriA level, some Please 4  � 1 - Sine....... SOnHhefslo w " - iy perspns received cp^ns during; January. I|^>A'S: Consumer and Mar-,: t,,  1 i^et^l ^eiyice reports that diir- nejmontn, 'needy persons for couppns The differ- �Hm   ^ fiSbceKOf ipl 646.^0 represents Ivthe^ws^value^pf the coupons, to buy itiore :, r) ;; r LPlease^Turn tP^a.ge 10, Col. Mostly ciouay ton|ght with a few showers, low 45 to 52. Sunday mostly cloudy; with showers becoming widely Scattered and lit!I changp* r^ h     F e temperature x 4l ' .i f --i--   - -   �--^       � ri,       1   n   F ^  .     T       ^  " ^ SuhriM 6:28-Suns�t 6:16 j .j 11 I Clrtrfold Riv�r Friday-7 p. fe�ti (falling), : ^ 7 p. fe�t (stotiortary) HARRISBURG (AP) - Penn sylvania will supply 1,091 men for tl\e Apri^draft tall, State Se- lective S e r v i c e Headquarters said Friday.; �q d o t a for March Wis ^lOO. Tlie February call was ii6� arid: the January a was 2,237.3  4 _t     Hr � - WASHINGTON (AP) - The Defense Department's monthly since last August shortly after PriiiBUatian  ^ra*�\ All Of April's qU0t��flU gO to m "m t Jppi# ^^h-:^s:;tbrough.oyplun- Hfflh: 5?^tary^enlistments, the depart. t -r .'A -1 1   V, X >    ' r j 4       , � �'.....  ^ ~- \ f        '- -   i ..   ,   * - ' Please Turn to Page 3, Coii 3 TVv Sh6p,?has^been!aeUve hfethe affairs of the Democratic party He islpalt^res^ x 1 Moshanhdii Valley Democratic Club, a member ot the county committee and that group's ex [MMj^ We manforMe S^ ^       j  x *  P ^x * mmt\    PHILIPSBURG -A A total of |�V 104 new' voters were added to the Centre'County roles as th^ re- hsion�las^flightSa>|8;;i226^d6�fg^ ri Please Tip*n to Page 10, Col. 8 .lV-^ r- ,y'  * "'i suit of speciatl registrations conducted here and at Sandy Ridge Thursday. They included 61 Re^ publicans and 43 Democrats. ^tPhUipsburg there wer^ 55 mmmmmmmm- ::B^pwi)licansi'-"'ahd^35^ registered. At Sandy Ridge there klfc^^^^KJ '-'were  six  Republicans, -t height Democrats and one independent r  ri C)a�ified;;Ad�;::{..v.^: .-,8,:-9 Comics,,...v.,.;. U News; From Around EWorld 3 Obituaries ........._____   10 -ard:JS:.^^ traveliniisouth^S^nd^S h ? '    1     '     L    1 J,        \ *     L 1 -I r   J There wtere eight changes in Please Turn to Pa^e 10, Col. 6 Hospital News ..,..... 3, 9 Editorial, Columns  .    . 4 School News ............ 2 Church News ............ 5 Ji � - r     n  J  ^ fa* r f     rl *nd as he wai attemptingfteiy > v turn ri*ht �tovtt�SI�W i>ed ismm w^mm cross in front of him:     ? Mr. Barrett, who wis follow ing behind; started to pass th^3 other car but struck the rear ot the vehicle when it stopped for the pedestrian, Patrolman Sb�f fer said. :. v;-..v;. -T -  '  L    J - *    - - Ji - - ^Mr. Barrett was charged" with following too close behind another vehicle. Damage was estimated at $300 to the Barrett car and $150 to the McCoy sedan. -rl r h 4 ^    ^ I    4 >    r. > - By HOWARD BENEDICT AP Aerospace Writer CAPE KENNEDY, Fla. (AP) Gemini 8 astronauts, doctors to be in fine shape, huddle today with project officials to review all aspects of next week's dar ing space flight. Reports will be made on readiness ~of all major factors The said by physical 1 � �"   j walk of .nearly 2V� hours on the second day. An Atlas-Agena is to hurl the Agena into orbit at 10 a.m. (EST) Tuesday. The astronauts are to ride a Titan 2 into space at 11:41 a.m. to, start the dramatic 5M'hbur pursuit. Armstrong, a civilian, ^and Scott, an Air Force major, un- the two rockets involved in Tues- S^S.ffi.S? i?T ^ cal . examination  Friday  and Pressing Mailer ri Mangle, ironer ... no matter what you call it this party sold it through a low-cost Progress Want Ad. Let us iron out your problems, well, atv least some of your problems. Sorry, we can't h#p,you if your mate has locked you out of the house. x  1 ri Richard C. Anderson and Benja-tqyvetyesterddy at ^lfarfii>ld which ;Tow*r is lo-firm plans to add installation of State educationdl -r      p i r_ new equip- �"in day's  doubleheader launching the spacecraft, mission control center, worldwide; tracking net-work and recovery forces. Following the conference, as* trohauts;Neil A/ Armstrong and David R. Scott planned a long session in $ spacecraft Simula* tor in the control�center, rehearsing various phases of the three-day journey. >;', [They will concentrate on the two most exciting aspects: the attempt to catch and hook up with an Agena space vehicle on the first day and Scott's space I  4    X LP were pronounced ready to go. Gemini 8 flight >yrgeon Dr. Frfed Kelley said after the Aft-hour exam: ''Both the command pilot (Armstrong) arid'the pilot are considered physically ---       i Please Turn to Page 3, Col 5 _ " ^^r^Pr^^BPlrilP^^^BW^BllllllJB^       f Auditors' Report on 4 An auditors' report for Clearfield Borough is published on Page 4 of today's progress. The report is for the year end ing Dec. 31,1965. ELECTRIC MANGLE, $29, space  needed. ; P h e Clearfield 765-9533. 1 . ri-> � -     1 ' ^ J ri-l.  _ J 3:5-4db(21) J    rr^ -   4" 1 ^   I  t   ^4  . * "     r *       � �    > . * To Buy, Sell� Reiitf T Uh The Pracreif aasilfleiirA*^?^^ Phone Clearfield 765 'Office. �|llf Bl � > ri t J   ri r     4 r.      "     'l � V t       * i  4" V I . \ I  1 I-   

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