Clearfield Progress, March 22, 1966

Clearfield Progress

March 22, 1966

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Issue date: Tuesday, March 22, 1966

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Clearfield Progress (Newspaper) - March 22, 1966, Clearfield, Pennsylvania 'Mi .1: I M'>5'18. Co'ple'i >,Ohily ; : t' I -*nritary.S�eondaryfl!tdoedtion T Act, V^?�>^?". T'HnWpa".?''* rirt>^ '.^fo^n to be one administrd- ' fv. ciutrf^t witSofi'trbiroWh oe't^^f^thrpiiiiriiVr^hte-pi?o. ; the rroject. W^haTOen^ ;S^�|?r^^^^ ? tstructibittandl prepared by the school admin-. mm, eral mc Interim Operating Committee of � ?efeV"locWiSVl?;^ B6arfrV0n ^ Thursdaf-Jfarch. 17,.4th'eV'"" defVi" We g 'stnic'tion.ahd the^deralHealll^ in^feiS'tionimiri'edial^/a^-ceptance;by'.theCleiirfield,A'reai --"-.Vas-a.eededli'mmediiktefirl day afternoon A'second ho>n� .u' -.'L v'^tti'T'sWd',the ^loss th4li JOMBn >Y�llrn\Knmann^^fi.m:.UtL_. _i.'*i/\/%ma''i'i _ .Wothlng was - saved from'^^the A  fi^^ ^-Yeiromer.Tlie-TPrSpVrty^bfe'.' longed^totheformerlXbia^tlraca. Pleaae^Turnlto Page^rcol. (2 Cui^epvilb Mqyjir , ^CURWENSVILLE JMayor Ralph D. Giarth'ibf CurwensviUe served notice ^ today he" is launching^ a determined'; effort to see that "aU traffic law,s-are enforced." ' , . ' .,;!Previous.waniings have been ignored so beguinihg^jis.of this date tickets t^will-he issued W all violations' and'the) maximum fine imposed.'fhe'declared.' ' , . Mayor. Giarth,"addedhe also would enforce the dog laws and impose penalties for flittering of streets and sidewalks as weU: cial nieetin, ,, ...,,^_____^, junk and littering'ordinances to; its-solicitor and .iskedvhim Itb. begin work on the^prdposed'new JjJf&MIr^?^^, lyas* d Council' also authorized ^4lie No Area' 7 - Community Action, gi;oup to-undertake >beauti; ^'?'iS?lSfW^i'o�''i mountain; pass aiuil sibkiBs, or-damaging five ,;^unhoats. c'^i, last months ed $500 each W leading,guilty in y Cojirt " lefend|n{ )f l�fefe re dropiJed earlier.^ (fepthe'-raidw^state ifoine Please Turn to Page 6,,Col. 2 Final Vt) Stale Senate BS PAUL ZDINAK HARRISBURG (AP) - The Senate met alone today and kept its' momentum rolling in the nearly month old special session. ^ Bills to iprovide for the recall of certain judges to temporary duty and to establish an interstate mining compact, were in position for a final vote. The House adjourned Monday until next Monday. '.^ House Democrats are, using the pause to gird for*^'another, battle with the Scranton Administration over the separatioh of legislative and executive powers. The conflict involves the House Ap|>ropriations Committee's examination ofi,Gov.vith showers and scattered" thunder-' storms, little temperature change. alion,,.,,vvill �ho flU. ............ ,;/'.i\H�!'ierrngtbn-'.^|^q i^d", ' . iHetherin^toh said that the action vvds request-' ed by Gpvernor Scranton in order td^ keep, the Sunrise 6:H--Sunset' 6:27 , nClodrfjteld Riyor Uvel ;-.M9nday 7 prm. - A.Bp CleorfieM Wfother k'^i?njl,gy;j.lo>.vj2�/jlKlflh:'.' Overnight low^4nan fil^RQh'iStreetj^vC ,il.e iitojher eighlh,' grader. itbpiwl;il|Hn|f':'fitcimr^ dUr:irtg>the5la$f'^liolfjhogft|- ; Developments,went;- like this; -iiHoinemaKingiequipment replacement jlplan .-t^- i^phn Whit-raair of thePennsylvahiaiElec-tric'i'-Go. .reported';'* on plans .for replacing electrical - appliances in - thei junior'high''schools iOn; a 12 to-IS-month/basis., , vKHe^said thatpof ^repUfiis^^i^^ four ;major �appliance; m'anijfac-tiitjers,' the- plan jsuggestedj:by ten'eral Electric twas -the best, iidfer this'i)lan,C which isHhe 'onijjf one^to: off er^ a^ i^ract between the scnool district and the manufacturer^ the school district would purchase new apr .pliances 'at a special school price;' 111086 appliances would be Replaced free.of charge every 12 to Ig months. Mr.; Whitman; reported on a survey of appliances at both Please T.umto,Pa�(e '8,. Col. 6 /Please Turn to Page 6, Col. 3 Truck Backs Into Vehicle at Clearfield ,, A;truck.backed into a station I j wagon 'on Turnpike Avenue last I'liigbi^rat 8:30: p. m. causing an esti)mated-$250 damage to the la^^. Clearfield Borough Po-liic,)B||li)orted today. No one was ^S^tsaia the truck driver, Prap?Ghurner Jr., 29, of Mor-^aiu^lnd Mrs. Mary K. Diehl, MCfof 103; Elizabeth St., Clearfield, were^ stopi^ed for a traffic signal; at the : Turnpike-Nichols Street intersection. ^Mr.'^Churner began to back up tblpermit a vehicle turning onto rTurnpikff Jrom Niphols -to make a wide 'turn.^ In- doing- so he backed into the.station wagon: The.truck wasaijot damaged. memmfi [ TheJkiwapistClub 6^^ today annoui^b'ed; the winners xin display divisions r,at' last Saturday's *ClearfWd  Area r Science Fair. ' ' ' i ^.(Winnersiin the demonstration divisions were listed.iyesterday.) �Best of group award in the elementary 3 division went to Sam.,Mollica,> a fifth grader at Fourth Ward. , Class winners: were: Fourth grader^Douglas Tubbs Harry Finkbeiner': a^d Billy Bailey; first,' aR of Hyde School; Eddie$Hinkle;:i'second; vLeonard Grade;Doug Wallace and Mike Rieiddingeri both of Hyde-Stterxhe^expressed his Dr.>.,Michrfel- ,Baa.sey'.m'ai;ked T'^�.K-*'"'^*'"*!^i|-"^L?'^�'^ ih?departiire.fri)ml.ondbii.''rhe t^^^ f^n'-':^^^^^^^ tVo;Cleriymen, twq'otKi^Xmill- 3Ustvfiije3;forii,4i^,resti|^gi.place."!.J, . ,Vf,.'-.-il~. 'Yesterday^, afternoon- San^jpiy ! loweu3ectzeli,:;aged'2l:yeats. 5 ,months/{,and _22is4ays, ,was^ '^buriedi> with; fullf niilitary'^honors; jn'tiiiyi'-Mtsi Joy^Cemeteryiriit^the countryside,7fe)jr^iniles{fro�m^his .hoJn.e...t.'.., ,fi .,.i,v'.....i'.^.c "The cemetery is op^a'^high ridgeiioyerlooking i rbllingi:farm-lahdi>and%woodl(its$for;ias>far#as, the eye>ean'.see.^And itihas the trees;iiiv.);i��'*:i;: i-aJ ;' It was into this .-peaceful tet-ting. ori the: firstj?fuli:-dayi of spring that six.young"meri'lcar-ried ?fSainmy?s; flag-draped'Scof-fin "past ? Americani;Le'gion;*abd VF.W' color guards' and'plaped it'ever; so carefully>bnvthe,c'eme-' tery bier. 1 ' " ' .TwoMarines, part^^^^ honor ;:guard; was broken by' thre^ volleys of rifle fire from' -'tbe. Marine 'honor;guard; .the'n�tap? m the distance played by 17-year-old PliilBrothfrs^'a ^senior at nearby Harmony Johit Aigtt School. .. - With the sounduig oftaps Army Sgt. Clifford. Hart2ell,i attached- to Special Forces ' in Saigon, came to attention and saluted his fallen brother. Clifford had acompanied. him on a lonely 9,000-mile journey heme. Standing nearby was stilus an-t other,Marine, Pfc, Mickey Hart-zeil, f a! yoUnger brother' who is- a city councilmaniirom-Bfeifaif Jiad 'flunjg (he lA-OfdattiheOirchi bishop; -as. they .:bo.ai^ed 4 At the. Rdn^e.-airport police ^tppped. the,-Hey., John ,^wylie^' "a Fmc! � Presbyterian > rininister'! fromrNortheriiai^land;;" ai^d'thb Rev: Ian' PaTsley, nidderatbr^ of .Ule^Free PresbyterianChurch^bf Northern Ireland, i , s f;abdut'^'^" "'''�* tfltea-fhtlTirgSrtig 'HueV-dlift6rf5trat^'''{^eacfetuuyft - 'agai�e?^^S^S^ I iiiier Nguy�il!eio^^1ia(tSaige&*^"5; i TWchtTamJChHuAililtaSf dfM.,. 1 Buddhist,' fpoUUcali .ni^ini^fitpi I Episcopat^W^?' Entitling li^;talkJ^Ghristiai^ 15 ProspeptijriS�^b!i';,V;et,Wjtin,'' the: * R�iy.' MT^/Gritteh(^'nlaid "af � cease-fire>shpurd|be^the orders ' 9f'Uie,^,day|#b thy/iitediStatbs; getting,ou|t as s'b^^Jf^sslble. "^MV-^SlnlStl^^^^ believes, the ||Ujiitcftf Spates #is; committed^'t �progftr dollar^,_, *v..�m*mi�muit uunae,, that wlll',l^fe',';the .big|est>ln|^ m the eyes,:^of?tbe^t/of;'the world.'ix: f '^.^ *t fjf, 4' He said he' was paused witt-f the work being doi|e iia-; th>:  t>u..- m..__. � � T'- -^'l^i}-^!"� Please Turn to Page 6, Col. 7 First Spring Fire Burns Two Acrel^ The spring.forest fire sejason arjcived avlittlo'eafly. ,in-th|^,Mo-shannon District yesterday jas a blaze.burnedthi*ough two,acres of lartd n^r Clearftel^.;^ i District Fbreslter'^ohn Wilson said that., tlir'oe ?yY?!pild*; 4sbn, Wis.; the .Sierra' foo^Jlls shear Sacraro'entQ;iCa;iit^;];i��^ ij^BaVrington or'^Weatdnif'MearldM^ ct^go, and Deiivbr; :cbjb:'�:^" ii^Af to thejirsij\iftv$isttes;:^^^it^ iselection qommtl|tee :S8ia;tHQ> all �Please Turn to Page 2.rcol., 8^ F6stmaster||fli

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