Clearfield Progress, March 25, 1966

Clearfield Progress

March 25, 1966

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Issue date: Friday, March 25, 1966

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Clearfield Progress (Newspaper) - March 25, 1966, Clearfield, Pennsylvania , Page 11. - - x:i, -in Jnt,\?',--}f m ^ */ .IT.....� cleared .publi(!*|fd^tiiWbny dis|, LClosUrg' that th^t^l^dfla, Seconal ' H^arinb'- divisioh>'il rdmaed folr Soutfi'VMTJath:'"^-^'^^ sMarineTdUvision to^Viet Nain.''4jj{| |yit&'e' Marihe diyisiOT inVo^^^^|inatter of pu1i)Uc'iec6ivtt| |^j*6d^ Stha^ theCentir(B,3rd iJlafliw^^iyil^ pfe JJfl^ nieVj^ ^9i%the .'^^ :Sion;alreaidy-isln Viet"l?am,' anifi ffieititcr wo^^^ thatimostiof the IsttMarine ^as. Vision hSstoinMif'thefe'S^'era^ Secretaijr" of Dc- the fNavy! Paul H. Nitze for a period of months. Reportetiji Jgense Arthur ^Sylvester asked Senate^groUp Thursday. ^ i;*Sve known that'"additional bat**" jnews media in the'United States f,.Spe%tclng of'an additional 85;-/ talions from the Is't Matme^I>i''l[a5t year to exefelse'self-censor 2(B6lMkrinesvplanned for the eiifi vision are due in Viet Nam soon.' Ship, WHAT A'DIFFERiNCE A DAY rf^gS-A.yo^ng^v^onr,ap, >41^W,:nk^fmMfcM^*a� ,^ cwi^frsrmfe^tafsj|yj8|i .-s^ies^ aT|(gi^*degre�^�^^ lit wasyiB^^degrees, "at State ifear^Philipsburg  whileJCleaWiei'd hadvan over-niightBpv976i!^^6iAn^inch;of snow fell'^ilurini^M^night'ibut nio'sf meltk^be- coid^'w^ther was lit,^wa'rmlng slight-^ "A^chance- of'light FmJ. Yi , fcl'e^"*"' _Jponi - fore snbW is ^in ,the';offirigifo'rftomorl r^wniglJt/^-'' BE, ASSOCIATED PSESSi^ _.,.it\ rain and snovt fell ' across Vid'e' areas ofHhe'M>rth? ' e|st today>ut,#es ,clMred-,,in:' .most ^ of th^; "stbrih-stncken Plains. and:nortli central .states'r � jTh'e >Ket;beltf%>the Northeast �3ttendid4o^'tthelGreat'^ L^ikes . region and'fPhio,,Valiey| Day Forecast March 26-30; Temperatures rWilL>^ average about four to six degrees below the normal highs of 46 to 51 and lows, of 30 to 31. Colder weather will prevail for most of 1hj> period, but with ,a*charige;:to warmer by ffie. n^iddle of next week. Precipitation w Ml average,^aboutitwo  fifths Qf on'Inchjj'mostly as snow flurries oyef the 'iWee)16-X!ol. 6 J -T-r-r-' , MAHAFPEY, - The' Mahaf-, fey'School Building, whicb'h'asl not been>used 'fbr^ sevieral years,' is about to be', i^enoyated' andi put back; into community;: as "The Pfc. Melvm Brown Multi-Purpose Center," The Purchase Line Joint Schools , recently turned the; building over to Mahaffey Bor-' ough for the sum of $1. It will be' used'.to provide facilities' for the Com munlty Ac-1 tion programs and staft members connected with it. Permis- Please Turn to Page 6, Col. 5 Br-C-I Area Plans Poyi^ily iJjpijt Tlie,disc]fosure.-was'niade in a? sentence deep-in a''25-page fo^ mal' statement by 'Secretary of; 'the.rotation, base .for us,tbM pfoy- the vremainder "pt a"- S^' ^But they' have refrained; from"t * freaV deWc!til^ai�te^t'-%^' � i '^lM�� istrpipill 'iliftrounii Jand* the rcmalndeCj^bf jI^^ ?s1a*'s. ec1)nomy*fmej^^|ttie .iftinis| Itfy's iMget/lnaSnfsfaMi" ear�i $475 million this year.\a6road. ,1 That is>jM25.mj|liMM^tlian; i^the sum n^ee^ilgd tb!ffllfet'me�or overdue,;;;^oreign vC|cbt/ and;to; l^ailta'ittiessenti'^ inserts leven Two seventh grade .girls were ' crowned champions .of' theur> dis-rtricts yesterday as nine'�mbre i spellers qualifiediin two eliminations for the Championship finals. 'of The Pro'gress Spelling, Bee.;,; ' .The champions-and winners of i$io'each were Cfiristirie.,*Chai-^lingsworth,?13,(then B-Cll) eUmhiltiaS Chfiii', is^ the daugh%:to^ M^ rs.'-Albert Pearson of 72 #S^uh tC^^a||6. C0l;;..g �J'-iWILIJAMSMRT, Pa.^(AP)p Hubert'Tip. Rossmah, prbmirient' Bellefonte businessman and tr^asurej^'Of Centre County, died n| ?i|he](pectedly ''"Thursday night wiiiie attending ^'"Masonic dinner '^i^Williamsport. '^^Rossnjan waV.lpresidii|g, over I'aiineetin'g of soine 70" members i*'6f^theS*'Mount "KittanytClub^ of ijthe^ f'lEH^sh 5*^^, �*wK^efl'*fmclceri. "Associates' saia he. diedBorough accidents investigated by Police Sergeant Mathew F. Gowland. Damage was set at $890. Both accidents occurred'at the Third and Pine Streets :intersections. The first was at 12:10 p.' m. Kenneth A. Robison, 20; of Clearfield, was traveling /north on Third Street when Daniel M. Kyler, 50, of Portland, Ore., driving east on Pine Street, �ived. * jiV >jJ *rivivihg relatives include his widow, jt^o sons andjLyvo-daujSh- -'l^I^JlM^i^^t^f^ ^A$miiifiottflms f4f Ctirw4i�sviffe I CURWENSVILLE -The Cur-wens ville . Community Associa-?tibn vlast^rnight! began plans for 'two promotions and approved a ;*et of bylaws for formal adoption at a later date. Leonard Kantar was named chairman of a Committee on Retail Development- .to map a community-wide sales promo-'tion' in April. Members � Of the committee are to be appointed by Mr. Kantar. The Associa'tion also decided to'promote a dean up, fix up, t paint up program next month i^ith the aim of improving the general^appearance of the: com-ipiunity. ^ It was generally agreed that the business people should take the initiative iii - this' endea>^or. ,i Borough Council President Frank Harzinski announced that the third annual "Dutch treat" idinner for borough and township officials will be held in the VFW instead^of in the high school as 'previously' planned. A total of 150 tickets at $2.25 each will be offered on a first-come, fjrst-served basis, he said. This year the program will honor the town's business people ' Please' Turn to Page 6, Col. 1 Please Turn to Pa^ge 6, Col. 6 COALPORT-A special meeting: will be held in the Hegarty Educational Building here Tuesday at 7:30 p. m. to form a Community 'Action Committee for Area 6. V Area 6 is comprised'of Goal-port, Irvona, Ramey and Glen Hope boroughs, Gulich; BJgler and Beccaria townships. -.i^ \ Representives .from the borough councils,' tawnship' supervisors, 'chui'ches,' civic, veteran ai^d other organizations are urged:: to attend. �  Districf Road Toll tWi51 iwar Accidents 138 injured . 70^ V Damages .....jf;. $87,990 C'Deaths ............4 , Deatha EIsewhei|ri� ...... I A Year Ago . Accidentii, y.,..r.'^SZ.. '� Iniiired'-.\'^\\.r.rr.t.\'^l�5^ Damages ........ $114,535 Deattis 2 Deaih�:Elfiejvh^ei^et,';;^ ^ Fire Wardens H^arTqlkBy Stdt4 Official [ Moshajanon District 9 of the Pennsylyania;^; Department - of ,JForests, and - Waters hdnaEed,rits. fifr'*f^twrS*^^�'nigTftW annual dinner ui ..the .^West Si^e Methpdis,V Church at Clearfieldr' i�fSome r85 fire, wardens',' 'their assistants/,1'and , other guests' heard'^altalkTby State 'Forester Ralpli|i^%Wible: |>'f Barris^urg.i CertifiMtBs were .,pr'esente& to^ fiMfbre,;st'-fire figlters. '' itling -jhls talk, ,.'$PastKSnd! i�i, >rt^:M., '-^'it^i^-'-'^contrait-^ for"iJ^^d#5rwith.^^^^^^^^ day�iclCTcy/^5/m-**,? , for�Mjt'^es,|W(^^ _ tov iJ-"fe:'S in ;9pe front; page article; complete'with photograph and a two-column heading, you have ruined: six years of persuasive effort. The least ypji can >do is print a front page, blapK-bordered correction of your March 24th story. The'whistling: swan is a large, all-white bird -iCexcept for bill, legs, and feet) with a long neck. It' is a.' ''regular, fairly common, spring transient from early-March to early-April. . ." ("Birds of Central Pennsylvania,". The Pennsylvania State University, Agricultural Experiment Station, Bulletin 6?2). 'The snow goose is a predominately while bird with distinct black wing tips, relatively short-necked, and smaller than the Canada goose..In contrast to the snowi goose "swans have no black in, the wings, are much la.rger and have much longer necks." (i'A Field Guide to the Bi?^s," Roijer Tory Peterson). In the previously cited Penn State bulletin the snow goose is ^cscriM as; a "sporadic, very rare, fall trnn.sient", with "only one record: a flock-of about,70 ee^i ..flying, overhead oni. Nov. i6, 1916 r, Over a period of five years during which I par- y/ef Cohi Regiment Smashed... End 5-Day Battle Heavy Toll of Reck By THOMAS A. REEDY SAIGON, South Viet Nam (AP) Five thousand U. S, Marines,, and South Viet-;namese troops brought the fighting phase of Operation Texas to an endThOrs'day night; anddaimed-1,236 Communists killed or wou nded  in five days'of battle'in the central coastal plains. ; ' *� Senior American and Vietnamese officers said the campaign in'QuangNgai'froi* vince, 330 miles north of Saigon smashed an entire Viet Cong regiment; boHered se'Verdj nnore' battalions and. c|eanetd By KRANK^tORMIER WASHINGTON^ (AP) �- President Johnson's .'luxury / airplane has been refitted so he can talk face to face iwithfmore guest's on each flight and, if :'he c'Hobses, holdfaerial news conferences;'^': ; The hiost striking:.features.;^:of the renovated Boeing-;707' transport � are folding "interioi"'walls and built-in 'microphones and Iqudspeakers^: so^ the. .President can use' the plane'as a flying' [auditorium '.ot,fconference room is ^Johnson made his first flight; aboard the.T|^a^p^dvAiT Force' tfne whjen'h"efwent tp^Ke^y^ York-Wednesday ^'to^ifkterid;s!fHneral Itrip he" tried out -sonie of 'the jplane's newAfa|iHtiM. -i^^,;^^^^^ Unlikel'commercial airlinersv Johnson's'planet'now.has a main passenger- cabin, in which all seats 'face/,the?.|ail;�Although experts s?y ithi'8>arrai\gement' provides cgieater safety in a crash landing, this.wjas^;no^ the, reason for reversingMe^'seats^';', �' i' .tThe" purpose' was to permit Please:Tuifn t6\P,a;ge' 6,- C6l. 8 HighwmvrDeH. springv and fal. "bird" trips" to the Delaware' and,^j,Che5^peake Bay ,ai;eas, where the. snow^itpose is listed as a> commlon winter visitor, I saw'-'snow"; geese on only one occasion. , . vl could also cite extracts from; several 'jother publications, but what'^ist'arted out to be a fun-poking' letter to the'editor is, turning into  ^an article: However; you' have only yourself to blame" - my faith in your birdwatching ability was destroyed a year or two ago when you also incorrectly identified a worse-for-wear pied - billed grebe, being cared for at Spin-elli's West Market St. service station, As to publishing this harangue, do what you wish, but please . correcHy identify that magnificent bird I spent over an hour watching with binocu-lar.s last night in the reflected lights from the town, and occasionally in the beam of an interested spot-lighter down the block. In the of more accurate reporting (birdwise),  Sincerely yours, "The Bald Iggle" ; Robert L. Hess 331 W. Market St. Clearfield, Pa. files Action tor '^Late yesterday .afternoon reo-;>esentatives of ^the State"-Hlgh-iway Department filed' in' 'the Clearfield County Courts eminent domain, pro'qeedings' to. ac-qqire. right-of-.w^y. fpr .construe^; tion of tiie'.Keystone Shortway through theriatii)ib ' PCbmffittM'M�>fe'liwpa^r :6n ;;t^b4bf^h^'^dp!jlfa^^ :n^w%^s^^:^r^iffiis'%ir^l � subsidies^ {alid^the4 Teachers e$2,564,872;569 appropriatirfh >|bllll Iseht ,to litiie, :HousgJ:flpbc#fOE*a| vote-.nextr^Tuesdayv-cdnfirm the general beiiefion,9api|pi;�i*^ that m'any"Great Society^'pro-* gram's''*may. be~4n for'trouble thisJyeatiwhen it comes'tot get-' ting mpney^to-finance 'them* -. || ;;Hei^iiswwKat the committee d'id'ori'lhetWprograms: ' ' \.^R,ent-;,: ,s;ubsidies,, V Johnson asked $30\n^illion,,^in., contract authority;4t)fe"comm'lftee voted ;. -^Teachers Corps,:: Johnson asked,$13>2,million; the.committee approvedr$lO, million:", V Most 'of'themoney,'is. for .use durih'gHiie remaining months of the fiscal year' ehding^^June 30, Kandj^t'would"'-supplemep%^-^ Please Turn .to PSk-ge'-B;' Col. 1 out'.fivev.villages in qn.a^ea loVg-;d6rhinated by the Com-; muhi's'ts.. ' ' � r : .Allied',lossjBSTwer,e described as �light;*,^alth'o.ugh" some smalli assault uplts tpok beavy.punish-;m ent i?5'during'beli'oopters iand-ings., , As' the-jLeathernecksused 6,'-! 000 pounds of i dynamite to^blpw; up abandoned Communist 'Jfortir fica.tionst.odayi,;_9ther'. Marines began a new "Oper'ation^Riigs" to protect the^^nce'harvest''far-ther north near.Da Nang.' '' ' vj- Two. ^ieteiSfCpng. M companies:; opened Mp on Uie Marines will> ipo'rtar; sheU^0.infllcting soraei casualties>>but-rbfficersrsaid'the AnfericansiJkflljeai;5ixsViet*Congl ----1 ' _ _ i * a i * brce'.and'lCavyJfighter-bomlji'; " � '""^^-.-ike' missions ^ fWani' Ti&rs: ? hamper ihe.^fIow^,of,'~- '--"^ and' .,1 An'.Air'^SForcefspMsm^nJ an-1 } An Air est of Dong'Hoi'while^'0ri:'ai(i'5 ; . rnied reconnaissance* riiission.' "FJ^^ spokesman ^ said, no .para-, � ^55^; Or Your Nearest PregreH; Office. ;