Clearfield Progress, March 14, 1966

Clearfield Progress

March 14, 1966

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Issue date: Monday, March 14, 1966

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Clearfield Progress (Newspaper) - March 14, 1966, Clearfield, Pennsylvania fell 3>ti PA- 'j^^-ii c-firft"" Eta mmm mm it--.6. ma. --I' V? .fas HI r.v '^1 .1 v- ij1 ft Mi |Ti*r. -| '1 mm ft 1* v] 5B 4 �. i It SI Si- J +' L7 y 1 Jl I: � - - ^ �1 'V/* L>^f� Si r' tf5 � W j � - � .n Tl ^ r l BMW':* ^1 M^^mUlon, ii rfc-j Li-.nS.-'^^t'-i;-'.-"--":^ - ; '-",L- " J-'--'T:-"'r - ^ J Of > the ?320.6 million in^ con- r h ^ J Please Turn to PJige 8, CdL 8 4 ^ P h i - t - f -4 1 fLi-- MG INT! Hi" A I i ^ i 1 f .���V r1: V9f 3*? life mm c-I j i. t. �!. H 4 ^ hi ^1 -1 *^ -"ft* 1 ^. V. T sap _ x ^ r_ _ 1 * H ^1 -.1 ft � T^i Front Arb^a�W 8 v - -H j >j ^ r> * - "T I J tl ! .' ^ � h f f 4. x r * I J M� -IT + J .1 a- .1 ^ 1* -1 ^ 1 ^ Hi L. 1 �T Editorial; Columns ....... 4 Social News . 20 r h f > 1 p � �+ i 9 * 1/- pastor of tK� Grdhi Today in, History........4 Viet Nam News.......... � Gemini>few3.., .10/ More on India's Crisis .... ? AP Spotlight Shines p V �._ J Ei. � ^ 7i * i ^ 4 * - l ^_ 7 1 : t 1- .1 I", j * b> x ^' r ^ H ->4 f ;� 1 4l 4 j J WESTOVER - A 22-year-old Marin* from 1 h r' H f. SaturdaySH^KtfWihorvMbple Av ;Wnore no^.wos. -toKen?.tohow-:'t~^-.  v.^^r �.^.(; u.-^y^z near Westover, has be killed in action in Viet Nam. . ...the first Clearfield 7- counHanxto a 1 ^ 4 -.-I i �V jr h A. REEDY j - Samuel Edna ^ .dnd^one of thteo ibfbtner* se�-vihg 1 ^' 4* I . i .. +- * � � f 1 was s thbr were= p J a, 4 t r � ii. ^._�� ^ it] -1 > traffic^;aceidentstheaeieaf^ field GountyrMoshannon Valley area^ioyer#het^eekendii Seven; other persons were injured.vnone 1 Mr;^Utia^^ 1964 sedan struck the vreaft^ofea According- to state, police; at '1 * -^r the DuBois> substation, the min^ astec^a lledip ^ne gotia teafcucvjs, traveled, along",the herm,  then ^he^entetfelme^ancl jsteupk^tM ^ear of theprader^rrhe impact ^toref^rear. dual^^ridems^ronv A Clearfield couple and.'two .; passengers were sh DuBbi^.; The accident a war profiteer today and : sen SAIGON, South Viet Nam (AP) - U.S. Air Force and Marine fighter-bombers roared over the ruins of the Ashau Spe-cial Forced camp today in the th? North Vietnamese regiment that overran the isolated outpost oh the Laotian border. , The jets ran into "the heav 'iest antiaircraft fire" ever expe-rienced in South Viet Nam, but they destroyed one building, knocked but five mortar posi- eutralized 4 * " ' * ^L-T' \' +4 ,,_t h_H"r " is parents receive partment - -t - � t' - was; Na rig J . ^ According : to f^ h l4>1 "^fletili^'^^- ^If ""-�VK-Ii'."^ . 1 . hj r ,4 ., r I r. -" r- J : r -   � \';,:-v,;v---:-pre33:' - ' oaralli lauhcK 4 - 4 sever leak m arts c fefenqev Jghool 1 4 m angi mmm mm i. 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Think i pwith?. 1 t 1 -v. a? 1 .L^ ^iV.^l 8K 4 # 1 tiU ^now 'liiiifthe mfafe 1 Piff 1 sinhiro.-herAmo� >1 flw-tp^urf, ed 6^ i*e#te^^^ 7 * - I would re|uijrt|lie|aljer^MsDc outiitaterlst^l^essin xlolaw and cents before sales.-are made. y 4 Please Turn to Page ?>sCol. 8 ��.'�.�--,*�, Jones & Laughlin ;;Steel 4, ?prp.> Bethlehem Steel Cbrpj, the Peim-sylvania Railroad, Consolidation Coal Co.: and Rochester and Pittsburgh Coal Co. U.S. Steel ,$d4�MSW^f4.-^ bill wouldvcaus?; tiievdis^ypear- ance, ^'almost^t pnce;'^^jB0p jobs., curtaliment , of v oifer shaU e>^pr6tectedt#in v these Hi^t is first and tfore- inmost;"� ri�$m - � - - ^ ^cjan|b^ir!a:!|to�^^ate,^ kent^declare* ^flSat S>thetc6rti, mltteeh" exc.eeded,the ordinal if yam � /m s . , , t .. sub, 6d fe-it any itti r under; his -iw5 :.lJtt h si * mm ____,,r-manager in^ si 1 ^4i L P. SI E A S .te | pyt^ricin Church ati unti v 6 p. m.vtoday. V^qlfcipWtfbrib* 125-pint glial. '�A^'':^;:: w - XT - � L "1 -v,* 4_ 1 r Ht 1 - r + *r r f1 " mi IT bx f A-* i * 4 X |' fPF ^ridges:^mnd4oth^scommunica^ f" r ;tidh^wgettgi^#�^ % 6Wj if*Li I 9* 1 -p- _- v � .4 tail ;Ui-SKi73M^'-AUrouiruc^-ocij|�uC|;y- explo iin- The 1st Infantry found (lucno.t ,8' Chinese-made ^ma chine%gun, 51fctons ^ofr ncer and SOO^gaUSns of fuel ih"Comniunist base caiiips and. bunkers while sweeping a flank. mm, :?li^b^,^niar^^^Ued^ agony. Med cs worked : ., ^ :V/^ erawling-^f ^ over ^ I \ P_> * t ^ ��A r-?> � L b I~ ' ^H * 1*1 scope -.v  mining operations and ;as,:;.\a' whole would^ l>r ^disastrbSi^ the metallurgical co^l business in. Pennsylvania." . ; said that ii' �s to the^p^ahehtaosrof its jobs ,ge .indu^ry^ would rbe unable to mine at least 112 mil- gram, adding that >some of J. & L.'s jobs. .w0ulo> berjeopar,- -i i ^ h f Stote Park Asked Secretary of, Forests and Waters Maurice K Goddard today announced his department will receive sealed proposals /for operating a food and refreshment concession at S, B. Elliott State Park.- ;J.b' 1 * The>. proposals must be submitted to the office of the Sec-retafy, Room 512, EducaUon Building^ Harrisburg, on of he* fore 2 p. m.; March 29. -.-..rs: Joint, Clearfield Area and Bald will yie in district eliminations this week Bee sponsored by _The^:f^)l?ess:t;;:). :\ � � }^$^0Mm^H^^^ of spelldowns opens tonight with 33^ti�t|^^^nth^and eighth ; graders of the Harmony in an elimination that will be held as part of the Harmony Parent-Teachers Association meet* infl in the Harmony High School at Westover R. D. at 8 o'clock. Tomorrow at 9 a. m., 25 Clearfield Area pupils will compete in a spelldown in the Leonard Grade School auditorium while Bald Eagle Area spellers, -24 in all, will hold their elimination in the BE A 4------ i- Tomorrow is the last day on which' persons who have filed nominating petitions for the May primary election may withdraw their names as candidates. Withdrawal of the petitions must be made no later than 4 p. m. tomorrow for anyone who may have changed his mind about running, a spokesman for the Clearfield County Board of Elections said. * f s. - J r - - * i The- proposal forms and the proposed agreement may be re i 4 " ^ Please Turn to Page 10, Col. 8 WVisibii-'^m'Stii'tf Parks; Harrisburg, or at the office pf the ?ark Superintendent, Parker Dam State park; Pe field, 7 V High School at Wingate, Centre County, Thursday at 9:35 a;''?m." Out of these three elimina-tipiis r>yill come 13 finalists for the Area Championship Bee at Clearfield April 14. The number of finalists allotted each district is determined by the sixth, seventh and eighth grade en-rollments with Clearfield thus gaining seven, Bald Eagle Area four and Harmony two. The two DuBois parochial schbols, St. Catherine and St. >^>?eph, and West Branch Area Schools provided seven finalists as a result of last week^s three eliminations. Forth'in all wUl compete in the Area Champion ship Bee. pupils who in tonight's Harmony Joint will participate spelldown are: Sixth Grade - Glenna Crook, Nikki Levy, Billy Roland, James Wagner, Patty McKee and Nedd Oldaker, Westover School; Janejt WaUs, Fred Boyce, Bonnie Goodlin, Helen Engle, Mark Bpugher and Mary Elizabeth Byers, Cherry Tree School. Seventh Grade - John Fry, Steve > Provin, Earl Buterbaugh, Debra Gearhart, Diane Gearhart, Dorothy ^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^^^^P^"^'^^^^^^^"^^^^^P^^^i^ix^P^^^^^^^i^B Hease Turn to Page 2 ,Col. 5 Legislative Dinner Scheduled by Grange The Clearfield County Pomona Grange annual legislative dinner will be held Saturday at 6:30 p. m. in Penn Grange Hall at Grampian. The speakers for the evening will be State Grange Master John Scott, State Senator Daniel Bailey, and State Representative Frank O'Neil. i Purpose of the' meeting is to acquaint 'the senator andiref resentative with Grange policy and views on legislative matters. Pomona Legislative committee members are: Joseph Pixop, Center Hill Grange Herald Pentz, Home Camp Grange; and J. Harold McFadden, Penn Grange. CLARKS SUMMIT; Pa. AP) A 3H-year-old boy,-object of a 20-hour search in a wooded, swampy area, has been found safe and unharmed-because he remembered to do what his father had told him if ever lost. The caretaker of a big estate two and a half miles from the boy's home found tiny Wallace Rice asleep Sunday in ah enclosed porch of the main house on the grounds. i Wallace was scared and hungry but otherwise okay. He kept walking until he came to the house. He decided to stay there until someone showed up-just as his father had told him during many walks through the farmlands. The cute tyke with the crew-cut set out from his nearby liome at 3

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