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   Clearfield Progress (Newspaper) - March 15, 1966, Clearfield, Pennsylvania                                .� 7-,s- � ----. e ft*' c r s' i were the real estate levy is one of mission when nthie^present board, of a,new Commissioners changed^ AtifdinL------, _ . _,, ,-,^ expected to bring: in consider- her? �^�iiy| efufl v* v fflAi w i, iv i vr'aS.; ,OPPOSCU to expenditures ^ of .:$l,385i305. However,f W!c0ipts,^fpl^s, :npn-; reyehue funds o� so^nip |94,000 and ^5 carry-over of more th?n l000, fro; add up to a grand total of ;$1,- ^ ^    , 1h  :**  r*   - - v Based ortanuas^essie^ 750, the latter of which is con^i nved from .licenses and permits ($4,000) r^iiW costs, iiries and forfeits ($40,000); state and federal grants and gifts ($70,-900); and .departmental charges and reimbursements ($226,950). The county also will realize $10,000 through parents in lieu pf;taxes and another $4,170 from the sale of ^county produced items an^ StateMT!ax i?ation;Board for the $1,097 370 total. ;:-"-]/:\ ^ .Non^revenue receipts  would Public Works program for Clear Haven and Civil Defense, and ihfscellaiieous. On the other side of the budget v the two traditionally largest areas of expense are general government ($484,244). and welfare ($463,695). Combined, they represent more than t h r ee- fourths of the planned' expenditures With the addition  to Clear Havehf operating costs of the: facility have nearly doubled in that it will take an estimated this, year. Actual operation and maintenance will cost an additional *4ir 000 while custodial care has sk^ rocketed to $173,38() some $87,* 000 more than the previous year as a result of the liecessity for hiring additional registered nurses, supervisors and other personnel as well as supplies. With the exception of the com-missioners> office and the treasurer, every administrative office or department will be spending a little more money this year than they did the year before. additional $4,000 has been in- .of two new voting machines and h    \J 1   wit*     *     J $2,000 extra in personal services to up election -> spending from $47,468 to an estimated $55,800. administrative, expendi* conimissionersr $36,850; solicitors $4,000; court house, $3li5(K); tax assessment office, $58i600; weights and measures; $4,550; treasurer, $30,160; tax collectors,   $35,500;   controller, ri 1 ^   h     ( tures; a 1 '  ,i Please Turn to Page 2, Col. 1 l      � [ i .ri H At � 1 - -3* F1 1 + *- h   "   H 1 : to 13 1l H-f I r^1 - ' J t Loy�?won a neyy lepit^on Jtfe.^ -tft >ravi �i 1J l-^V 1*1 -     : iff *^ I 3� ast n ir A'ft; t-.t.*, **** L*  n .areas h     ^ r + *     l +- ^     ^  ^ f  1 > ^3* as h I H � i % +. �J i j h     1    * 0. m ids'  > ". V � It at- '5.'! i^1 iltf ma 'to .St. i L.    h J   1 ^. I>1  Lb �A 7jt **1 'V. " -I 'I 1 'A' 'II.. K- h J - Ji 1�* *ti 1*'      a   4 X   L J        r ;-4 � (1  *   V I1 l +^ j / 11 . i �� i - rent^yersio 4      L    � is 'iildti6'n:in-i rnedfunt; mm .cheduled to".re�ume a^eratid1ri?a�f�ttet^Mei^rt' weafas/rcertainM^sai^ re* ;be financed wit^^fedenil^fuhds kranteduiiderUhe EconbnSic (~ e use'ofj yaStaBley|E�ffifis�stanti*d^ for Community Action of ^County iBtokNCoiincil but that ltrwill provide money nside The Progress News From Around Worl^ 2 :� Qbitu^ries    .u,..  ...... ? ^;!H ^/......; 3 v; ; Editorial, Columns       . 4 v* SocialNews; Mil. 12 j ^Today in History:;.  \ .,. 5 r re R8 8 * i j      �     F for^ cleaning - and painting, and other Ir^l, J5 ft J n - 3s F'.-C *^lliBicii: r       \ J  .     > - F - :.v _ i * -   il 1 S I,       I �     J * J ^  r   . a -  7 ^  s L "/ 1- r" ( ] ^ fleldi County ^Planningpr"mmU-fc En presented a Complete pro- borough to continue ture ^ zoning^ aM�tat$#tha|; a comDrehensivelnltiitfm^stsbe - ' r   "f l      h       rJ J      r > \ hi I. the: ;Ciearfield County Board \ y>f School Directors held a regular meeting in tH^ county fice. Financially, the board approved the payment of $974.33 in special, education , expenses, and the transfer of $22,495.20 from the; general to the trans-portation and payroll account 1 H\ * � "J   ' 4' *� 7, The directors also; approved' the hiring of Miss Susan Brown of Osceola Mills as special :,edu-cation teacher in the Philips-b'urg-Osceola Junior High School for the 1966-67 term and the appointment of F. Cortez BellJrt, ;Clearfield, as solicitor, for the Technical E     s- F  'i' f ' "J �   �     $ ''' 1. A  I,  t 4     h       r -.-r-t-aehool' District which; goes in- * J if/ F V 1 _  n 4 - . * r _________       -_____1_______;__----_        ---H__--r  !'     � * "'"rV i'.    - l * r 1 K        1 1_J -1 /      H J     t> atters^^thiB wcom inbUls for payment and Accepted the IP. |� treasurer's report:U^cn^ listed f .    �l 1 ' _b�h        b ^ ^    I . L T b 1. -    lr-rtJ , A 1      J �ST' A      L F > 4 t.1 11 charge ^from^ last month in the 'capital reserve fund,' l i    " J       J -r + .   J   -  -  �� - Y *   - Lr + 4       ^- l -lh Approval; was given the recom-mendati^M^thf^thleM i * ^ '^1 h      ^ rttf am Nor- i;iS|ienchc^ftpweyer^'accused;;ithK gpj^ieftpMof f attempting ijto ha ml nigt memj SGFin OH; w#v ii t v iii v4ti m�&%vu     u * who hastmoycrdiirom ^ thettown* 4 [ship. The term runs another iwo wfs """>��      ^     -,�   '..i Bills totaling 720 also  v.; a^-HarhionyJ P pCthe^ptr|�^^h^itir SUP l^p;! u1 oh technical schools will nerm.f ^^MmmMWi^Mk: I "~W^mm ^|| oh techhicalfschdols wmpermft ***** xed*army -V ' T x II ^1 .3* mew 1-  H     been arrested for the five  Glearfteld ^ , "fhrt;#iiusnedfm this order in the Clearfield spelldown:     ;      I i �    1    *T 'A 1 1 ''i f       i l     *J KiPsfi^l^^^iii Please Turn to 10,Col. 3) - r#- .-n i ii �� t .     ' as 1 � -     _t H F       >       k rht .   t i J - 4   -   * ' 1 ^     t   A1 j    n     * >    n  * ^ * F_" *"*_Pj ��* r (_ �I ***** 11 1 *j ^4 pastor of the dist i 4i 7 ^ IFF* j r .^1 _T  * 4  I-.* k>-: 3f> r- J- h*Kr 1-:' ^pdjpng the Keystone Shorts counties with the approach P       TF* theftv of .money from; av car; be- -^^.��rs-SU^M       f.-^-;^:"b-       �.�.�����r.-.:.-: longing to Joseph Eugene Ianaro Jr. of Clearfield R. D. 2, Pntchard was arraigned yes- terday Iref^re, Justice � �$t^ the Peace Harry ^fibe^ ^felear field on a; charge of larceny F if �'au? it ^Hf#^,:g�-*v;^i;^-, thorities, state, police said. vl PfffllC Flllff fill flf        The money, which ^as ma i 1 + bowling Jbag, was taken Maire I^Bis^sVi^riH^P^s^Hstf^sBes^s^Hlstartils^Hi^s^s^HAi  '  r v  H ''   " "J '       . 10. Col. 1 ; rf- ?F". - >1 Cleir- 4   >> L L   +_ f enP bWuliesSsfiffM^lihf a; S-affic accident    ^ '  ' |;;TO|i?s�S|P^Cj^ office said this morning that his complete.: '�^     ' ; had "a poor night."        Mts Joy to Wolf ley to release the extent, of a Run,.59 per cent. ^tient!s>injuHesV;;flowevM fs: known to have suffered; ex- town, just starting: fensiy^-headiandcji^ cent ler' sjf amily Ssaidmm were Sunday that he suffered a heart attack _____ .. car! failed to negotiate a ipurve dn Route ^3te and iwupk tbe sumeo ont - �    ...r. -Section 36^ Gorton to Sno^ 1 L Please Turn to5 Page'9, Col.5 ^^^u^a-Yar 1. !13 ..2 ^Section 40-42, Yarnell to Bald EagleryaUey,^u?hstart^g, -^ectiim43, Ba^agte VaV ley to Zioii, 22,percerit? r In addition, a double shift was put on last night for? the-.Route t The Red Cross visited Clearfield yesterday and left with. 98 pints of J- r-   .i t > r 153 relocation in | Lawrence Township. Work omthat job will move into , Clearfield Borough tills �yOHT^''" �v': Oi^ other sections,. * .work isi expected, to resume within two weeks)" ph iSection 28 ^(M�Pse to'W/ J^:62 *m celt), ring on 31 (W;olf Run 'to Pleasah^iiey, 79 per persons in g1vl||gf bjool^ Of the, ^^Pje^sMv^yi to SJB appearing, if were unable:tof''^^.^i^/^&tti^^XFifltoflj donate at the time, h ^fairly' bridges at Wolf Run, 99 per: bipod. -�       ......�:r:-^f. . j The S^t^fe;Mbdr^--'e6unfeilf lieadedfeby Willard Nelson; pres-ident, was in charge of donor recruitmept for the .visits and made 'con%.cta^1'iftUrjwf' 119 High number. The number of^ xm^^^^sm-h^m, to, donors, i6,?^as5alsp^ bffiifafats^ . considered high by Red iCrosa ^mmm^M'^f.�^i The First United Presbyteri- tag iections in both Clearfield r 1Pl�*8c.^nii:w^P-age'-9,.'Ck)ir. 8!|%PJeSse^TuW r   � f Bids for. re-of Route 67d from Brisbin to Henderson will be M Friday, April 29,: State Senator Daniel A: Bailey announced today 4rohi^iil ; RepubUcansn iand ? 7 wer,e| registfred, at Nin% mocpatMontnged4heir re ttation to the Republican party and five Republicans to  the Please Tiifii to Page 2, Col. 5 curred at 12:30 a; m.. today when a parked car belonging to Robert A. Shoff of Philipsburgl was damaged to the extent of $150. Police qfficer L. Glenn Wil-Uams reported the Shoff car was-parked on the north side of Presqueisle Street, between Third and Fourth streets.        \ The car was struck by a westbound vehicle, believed to be a Ught blue 1955 Mercury, which left the scene without the driver identifying himself. Police said the right front fender and right Headlight of the hit-run car would be damaged. PHltlPSBURG J r The 1966 Moshannon Red Cross,^ 1 fund drive of the Chapter, American was opened here this morning as Mayor, Clifford A, Johnston turned oyer a check for $125, representing h i s first three months ,in; office as coinpeteni job of policing the small mines in his state, -r. r -j1 Morton said' it appeared to him the small operators were caught in a battle with the Unit- Please Turn to Page-10, Col. 6 the that an audit wiU be completed by next month's meeting.     ^ ^ Mr, ,Sha^ rioted that applications for highway occupancy been r^ceivied and ions from the Bbggs Supervisors will?' te available at the board's next meeting Monday. Progress reports on the com-munitywide water system revealed that all survey work has been completed and that the authority: is now in the process of closing leases. J * r  � h        .h V> TlV,d 1^' L   r _�r L ^ 1 t L L L       L  F     ' ft ^ t '    r  ' ^ \ At Curwensyille Is CURWENSVILLE - A representative of the State Forests and Waters Department will be at Curwensville tomorrow to answer questions relative to   a proposed stream clearance project on Andersoii Creek, Borough Council President Frank Harzinski says he will meet the state official near the entrance of Kent Sportswear at 2:30 p. in, - From there the pair, along with interested persons, will move to other points along Anderson Creek and to areas of special concern according  to questions that may be raised. Mr. Harzinski said entrances and e^its to the stream will be staked" out or otherwise indicated and that special points raised by individual property-owners will be answered at this time. owners along  th e creek who cannot meet at 2:30 Please Turn to Page 9; Col. 7 1   COLP -J T- M    1' 1 I � Partly cloudy and cool-tonight and Wednesday, low tonight in the 30s. High Wednesday in the 40s. � H Sunrise 6:23-Sunset 6:20 ^fe^^^^^^V ^^tfv^^p *^V4^^^B^pV Clearfield River Level Monday 7 p. m. - feet (rising). Today 7 a. m. - feet (rising). 5.48 5.50 Clearfi.ld Wtcithtr low 25/ High Mid - Stat* Airport Monday low 18; High 42. Overnight 'low 28, ....   . ,1   . t> -Vm- ;� JOHNSTOWN - An additional program to strengthen the long range economic growth potential of communities in,northern, central and southwestern Penn. sylvania was unveiled triday byi the Pennsylvania Electric Co. Penelec President Louis Hi Roddis Jr. reported that the utility had engaged Central Ecg onomic Development Organiza^' tion (CEDO). a Washington, K C;-based firm that specializes v& community econbmic develpp?' nienti as a consultant in a iiv^ part program. The program.w be coordinated by Penelec1s Sys5 tern Economic mence inlmediate^ The first phase will inventQi and analyze natural reso\ni| tourist ti^n fttcilitie^i SvaUafe^II buildings^ land use patter 1     h- -.  J �      V   i  H . + 1   * +       P '4- 1 r   H � ngnr iow /ef     4      Please Turn to Page 9 r r - jT r        t l l>  L 1 1 -.:'"'V^r-'. '/.u-'^i  -    - ':  ' j     p �      �� -     i- 1   

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