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   Clearfield Progress (Newspaper) - March 26, 1966, Clearfield, Pennsylvania                                FRErs|C;HLY|LLE.,-'A famHy, of >s�veQ.Vvas ^fl^,KemeliiM lait,.nidhX%hen;^a Jir* ,of-unknown origin''iw^pftthrough their, twMtory home-l,ocafed. two mil�i'norfh%f Fronehvillo. ..�,,,...... .,.,-.J�SBURCt -^Two aretj .pilotVind iwo'mlinhi^rs otlthe S&vi6,'are;slatedtbfi;eceiveria- tionar aw;ifds fo ijtheir' roles' in saving tii^^UV'es'.of sdpie' trans '� igrit'ilierriasi'ifall./'  '   ' \ . ^ Lau'rSnce; T;-Ifcflleh; chief" of ' the Philipsburg P.-A. A. Plight Servide, said the ceremony will be conducted April' li at Mid State Airport..' ' -Jobe;"�),Knowles and' Robert . Gooki'are^^hli.'local'/pilbts to, be honored'/land' th^Vflight. service personnels to cited for ttheir rol^stidithe incidents are^Leo H. Mirshtend'i Oharles Moyer. ' Chris sWalk'of fNe# York. City, ^ho in'.chargf fdf flight .seryic^bpeiraliohs in- the' Eastern United I'Statesf will, present plaqubstolherioifr men.   .   ! Eie^'will be cited 4or their rolek, <;]^^^ant^hioident tiiat,. |oc-curred.'^^Aug.,.tl, '4965, , when.' a t^eologi^'tk^ student kind his bride, qmal||oney4(oon flight,^, fan into' a. se v,ere  v M i&, �TqaUdiinage wks'estimated at<$^30tf;v^^- itisill tIIpI%^^^ mu From ^eloise      42 News Prom ground World 10 , ;siH.rt',,.v!':.".:;r,..., %,r Social News  ..,........ 12 Tioday ia.Hrstory ........^ schboi^News^'r "Church'i-/^New8'<..'..'..s'. 5, � Helto World 3 r Mostly' cloud/and little temperature  change tonight with Intermittent light snow or snow flurries, lew 18''to 25. Sunday partly cloudy' and "continued cold. ' ^ was,? ibut the- fireVhid Ji headway it wa's ^to:,save:the,'^se. �'�5iS|*|^^oyfigure 'Mfwfnel^iii _ jchvpe to secure .....______Irot^ftmi^ '"y^befe^^^^S^ :vick;s Tavern; or, the. home.,of Don ;Sayers.., e.,-anh'Ounced tonight, reliable solirces saici today.' ' ��   -''f,'' The five-nftm ' Presidium which is, forming' the Cabiniil^ was scheduled to nieet' with President - Sukarno - now. believed only a figureheadat his summer palace,' 40 miles south 'ot Jakarta, i;' - | He mliy ask fbr cKanges in the proposed list'but wasSnot';ex-pected to raise any'major objections, the 'sources >aid,; ' - % The new list iprobabV will have 30)fulli urces s.i|id. ' Jolninl Suharto in^the' conii mittfee twill bfe 'Dr., Johannes: Leimena, Who,wis second deputy, premier ill' the bid Cabinet}^ the Sultan of 'Jjogjakarta, Ham% engfcH.Buwonq; who is" the jeco^: nomic codrdtaatorr Adani' Malft ikj'actin'g foreign mUiste'r; Rb'sl Ian AWulgiini, public >ejatibn| minister; and Kiki Idham Khali id, 'deputy chairman of the Peol ple^s'Consultative Assembly. - Suharto took'over from SuVari no t\irrf weeks ago' afte^ student! staked-mi/ssiv^f'dentOnstEatidns sno's pldv^abinet"'       �     '* id ^'Dilineluig.HQte) tThe- 9kency#tcase#6rkers, Mrst'GloriatRan%m .aha-Donaldt AtitcheU,tbirth1(board'thlt'!our^ Xi^iufi^dple Who'-have bieien un-f der.W#rcarfexOf ^ttte a^ency'fbrl a\iiumber;df /ears wiU be grad-.uat'ed'^ froniVfiiigr 's^hboh 'thii year': 'Arran^mVnts ^ha^ev Uvd lAade^for th'i^in'to^'ither^Vecure emplbynientrolf. to'fiii^hert^^^^ eiucjjtibn:.!'^ -   . '.'^^-''-'V- "The Clearfield I County Reg^ Ustr9tion.-Office''will be. open un-/UIO p. ha Monday >int anticipation of An: eleverith^hbut.rush'by persons';wi8h'ing:iotregister Ifor .tHfeffir^t. time'Wr*chatige1 their; '^>Wl'iffUt�#^'. '-I*-^ -'^ ' " ' iModday is^tKeWsV day-to'do thU" prior :to' the rMayjlT 'primary electiodi ^"l? ' In additionSto'"remaining open Moiiday^ni'ght thi4R�Sistration Office wiU'be ;open until 5 p:m.' today,''A'special registration*al-" so was 8cheduled^at DuBois' today from 1 to 9 jjii'm.   i Registrars were at -Houtzdale Thursday.' evenipg ^ ^where. ^ 3i3g new Voters' Were '''registered.^ dent.T  "4-^ jPCfyj^ /.^ f.* LYNCOTR,G,^y4l,--An Arpjl major,�rom :Be)Ue|bnte^,Jfa:, ei^; roiite;home,:fromsGedrgu vto at| , tond,. his, fa^fr's - fi^&'alVwas, killed jeVrly today: when. his sports.car and wibUier' auto cb}-| ;iided ,qn,,U..'J5,/RbuteiilH), justi .north.ofjJiere^^.'>i \ the victim wa,S'Ma% Jay Deay (Rpssman,, 32,son '.jof'/.Centre; Cbuntyj ^TreasuferHubert, 'm Ros'i^man,* 541, who "died, Thurs: .tion,w;|th spinat,|nd^intornal in^' , juries j,,was tlie ,,seKYiceman:si wU  ^eggy:;,. also ,32.". TfieiVl -daughter, Polly, 6, siiffejried.fa-j ,cial'cuts and was list^ ui fair icqnditipn,., jj ,      J/, fe, < BELI^PONTEp-With. the .fix- < ceptibn^of the,vot�^reg^ltration^ offiqe, wHichjsiyill remkin opeiii ali,day Monday,.'aU.Centre C6un| ty bfficeVin the cciurUiouae will be closed Mondky for the fui;era| 6f' jCounty'.Treasureh HubertV M. Rossm^n.  ' , Funeral^seryipes for Mr'. even^g whilei^t a din-neir .pieetpg', at ,,\i^illiajmsport,^ wi4 'beconducted .Monday; at 2^ p. 'm. from'.the .Wetzler Funeral Hqme..at.Bellefbnte.  ,.\ Red Party Sigitificance ess Dimmed : Sunrise 6t04;-Sunset 6!31 �   Clearfie^ MVil^Uvel Friday 7 P- JT-A-^^ feet.(rising),   .  ' ,> - �vernltjht..lo>yi?�5^^MTi^>^'< IMid-'-^^-'StiitefAirpolrt) '^i .Friday low 16;rHigh .25., Overnight low. 19;' By HE^RY S; BRADSHER MOSCOW (AP) - The Soviet Communist party ' congress' is expected to piit a few cleanup touches, on the tarnished image of Staliii;: But Coinmunist sources ;doubted' it will reach any significant' conclusions on other m.atters. The   I..'.'' M^anM^hUe, it- was , learned^ thjil, plays crUicii .pf4he dict|ir tof^who�dipd in;l953/wiU not^be sh,qi^ij:;in.�!fp5cow,t%^ter8 for nt, least,the .pext .two v^jjlts. t � . ; S^|0le8(,;.ii thfn&yiet'MesS'j h4yl;i�,4icated, t^at^sCnimrfiio. uninentionabie name here for, -jiy a de?�de, ,iwlll be re-ijed to Soviet history bpbJ^sV ft is'expee^d that.h^,will br praised, for leading the "Soviet Union in. an era' when it advanced from a backwiird country to a modern industrial sta te. Communist sources have said that the-party's first secretary, Leonid I. Brezhnev, will 'make references to' Stalin and former Premier Nikita S, .Khrushchev in;his speech to the .congress; but in terms, as urisensational as possible. It appeared likely that Khrut shchev, who unveiled /many;, bf Stalin's crimes at the party congress in 1956, "might be critii ,cized for pushing^'destaliitjization tooi^far and-: indicting' a' - whq|e era>of Soviet history rather then just Stalin rhimself.   "   ' . sTbe' congress the< Sdyiet party's 23rd -is also expected to.deal with economic development;!.: enuiiciati)  r^         > ^, � WASHINGTON ,(AP) - Secretary ^ of' Stiite' Dean Rusk, says Red China isn't seriously�hiter-ested -in *improving*its relations Vith'the'United'States. The' Chinese f Communists r continue to'-display "militancy, bit-, ternessv hatred," -Rusk said. He added U:S.< officials "have. 'ban the ' spread' -of.' atomic' arms. . i.'    ' At'his first-newS'COnference.in seven w.eeks, Jhe. secretary' of state said .Friday'-'therpi is. "central'underlM' atttCudd'.^' among nuclear -nations that tomic,Vp�^T ^.dahge^^ qus apd undesirable:^ - .       � ^Hbiecibf^^ssible ,|!i}n?se p�| ffm^platif.'^Werr'w 'The'Prbgress in addii n tasli, -Wri Oferspn rVMB' Sagul, and ,Darlene,'rayror, .Cpj�v-. ^��W,K^^P9h .Sevei^th ,p^a,de. PfeV8e\TdA�*'to ffagV 3;rcbl.';2i' It Br�iks�lii{e^nls 'r^e>%:H^h)v'iys', Dfep   , nul[nbkr ;?and/miles., of ,prq],i^,tf! aliVierOfifliilow bids ibyicontrKc-^^^ tjirs. 5 for jf fcopstriic^onit; pr.oj'e'c^s^ I'lid xopatruct ji^nj^ekpe^^ ^^i'iitallco'h'sfriiictipmexpen^^^^ rei'c^4v$255-iniUi6n'in:ig65Aj^^^^ depjirtment; s.aid; V coi^ipared ' to! $230'nSmijfn;in'>^4.;     , E^^p^nditures fo,r*"const?'uction-i by depkrtmeiit forcesj.ne a'^r .1 y do)jbled,last y,ear,'from $29 million in 1^64 to ^8 million. 'The department'said the dol-la"!" V illue - of "advertised 'projects. reii^ched 427^ million, .compared to   previous iha'lrk of '$23f-^nlil4 lipp.!'.^rV; ^:A,-o,::-: y-^^h^yli^-) '� thepiroje^ts advertised totjtljbd 756/mil,es, 'brea'l;ing 'i\,;recbrd''set' i'i^K;yeara. .f go of ?^42i miles;' the., department .sajft.;, / '.  "'Chi ^le'�e;'�ir#aS;t6r%-thW'Firs't' IfBaptisr^ .Churc�-of;cfeVrfi'eld l! 8inc<0^^to^r7^^m^'be'miiied - iiniblicasjjii^vited ,tO) ^ttendt to^jB,d'(byfai^recepUpp., s j., (.Mr.^fUlP'is-'a graduate- of 'the-Fede�il'Xviation�Academy aifd' l\ls^'a^||i^,i^|irsjiulli|^�TU��^ ^versify'and the Moody Bjblesln-: 'stituleSi ' � * M. j� * I,,� a re''^ �-He%tmWaJWflMS ?firsfr; orb)fal'^fligWv,JiWith -ehgi-(neers/^and f qllow 'jas^onautsiTat rs,J Susan/?rnd l^r E]^�iipii|iation ''J{ 'Ricljard''M'attern II,'^of'213; East',Pi'ne St., Clea^rfieldj^^/lwaV jamp^gjl applicanJs\ylio n^^^ ,the' Pennsylva'piaf Bar -Examina-'? itiou'-given dnftJa'nua'fy.   t.^ ^',Th'e State'.^oarjd  ?Dayid,^'iR. '.'Strqtt f planned.^ to discuss 'at" .af'iysjvs names* governniient^;troop8..i; f They Cairie^, ashore Aissignedfto; preserving ftshipping' lan�*R into; Saigon'�> whiqh' hive?'be^n jat..? tacked byV the - Viet^ C^gyvi attd aliso had the  double-barreled task of 'clearingi oUt marshland long in the hands of tlie;insur* �gents. , The.assauU;by more (than li� 200 Marines .with coyeriiJg;na,Virt fire -< encountered V no resistance^' It was' the.=furtherest sbuth^^i^ forces ^liav.e ;:voperate'd ;a's;i.units and touched? deUcately oniathe djplta 'area. whic*ipthe;v government insists on';coimtin'c'; its own.,    .      ,    , ^., The leathernecks movediln on a^beach ,seyen i.mileSj; long'^and'^ a mile: deep, qnia^'pqainsula'at,,the-mouth of 4h4SaigpmRiv,er4tThis peninsula^,is; we'stvracrqss''-GaiA^ Rai Bay; :from^.V;uncjTau,i;� 'rl'^idlji'1 loclf^d jndse.Jto-ngseJ';-' -suddeiilx. belah vl; Pi^s)j3'ujj5>qj^lg%,g01.^'7 .WASHmCTO^^'.-^P^ldlpt Jdhnsp9,�|lbmitted Pen^i^yivania nees,, iiiiflyded; .Marshall' W, \ jBeiglitol, iWi'nburn?. . By iPHlL THOMAS -   ^ �DETROIT, Mich. (AP.),-'^An expert's opinion'that some of Michigan's/ unidentified - flying objects' |r-7 UFO :- probably were swaihp gases may/, have convinced'-the Air Force but not the people who saw them. ' '.'I'm no. .professor, and 'V^v^W�''�tudy.:1iad'bew -confio'od'to ,8iglM4n��i niedeip^ir I ppxter; M�rch.'80''byAthe'Mnni}Or '^^amily-'^and. *y - officetsViinA.at' ;gmsdale/byf,'^. cojlege "coeds Abd the county Civile Defense director...... ,  Dexter, a small'iCpi;nmunityj?is about.50^ miles^jouthwest of Detroit.; 'Hillsdale , isvabout' .'100 miles west. /   . Hynek said:a photograph taken byi;a i'sheriff's'depuO'-^'Ma.cch 16 near Milan; rseViBrlL .lAiles south*of:;Dexter,.,fhqwed.,th,e rising crescent .'moori' and' the'iplan-et VeuHs. Tlie deputy said .'the twb on the photograph', -Jdentified . by Hyn'ekv^ai; the /moon: and. plaii^t, bads been, captufe'd'-op) film,:*by ^�is: camera .in 'a itiriie ,fxpbi^ure as, hef observed .what iien cbfls^d-ered to be (unid^ntifie'd flj^ing objects.- \-U :.;Numerqua:.i.t UFO-/ . si|;l;it|n^s -hkyl? been reportedHn Michifap, espepiafij' tljt^e "sbufherii l,o�^er portiqn,,in rocejuf we*$is,''-m'aj�y of ^liem *bV l^fw' officers'. I^ek said he ^. ,h'addot'' "ipves'tf^jlted these  because.! 'laTge^' ehbifgh ,weapon�,,     axu. ^.j* -5;VRusK,iiid theuAlted.'Staies'll cbnsiderhig recognizing' Qpm-miihisVruled- Outer': Mongolia,' a! p>o;Soviet itkte tUclced; b^tweeri^ the.Sbv'iet'Union aMrChina,in maiiilahtl'' Asia'. ',He 'declined'.to predfcl. when action' ihigiit be ,takeri.r'-' ' '    , ' He-also-m^de these "^points at the ne'ws!conference: -The' Uhit#d>^States> is urging its allies to go slbw in selling' to.j Communist't 'iCIiina'' .materials^ that: might- add -to. China's V'si-news bf war".'' He'referred to .West ^'European''* plans, announced'- in'.^West'f Germany,, to /sell a $150-miUion steel pMntto Red China.     , ,;      ' , ^-He knows of no Hanoi diplomatic- moves ',to � end. the' Viet iNamWar. He said he hopes dis-'sident, elements, in. South ::Viet nated nOrtli Ijetweeh,,., ^, Quang Ngai wi^^anVIndduneed record of 404.;V\get^t:ong jauBid, 39 captured aiid 21 weapi>qs -seized.,,'-44,v/V^,? � U.S officers%isted f Purdyiiii<*o<''wras-f8U^ 4 ^teifify'l^urs^ayfisiid^f J^.:^ he .was adyisBd,'by. Atty, GeB. W^ter E:'!AlessandTonl'to-liwiqr th^Vsiimmbn#iMe|%^:*|sw^ ber'xofiimittee ha<|tagre�l|tfl^  4 'concettt,ratei iqnlyl on * the^nvanifi power :questiois;^'; v'v "My advic'eiitb hWt"'Ale|8||ff; 7 droni said,;:'w*s that he slio^d appear under t^ejguldelineslSiB^; down by;the cdmmitte,e to'eon-   , cem itself with manpower:;!^ are only tM delighted at the op^'   ' portunityto furnish-the commit^: tee with this information." Alessandronl also pledged'the ^ PleaseTum to Page 10, Col.T , Plepse,T.urn,.to'Page_3,'r.Col.!'2   .Please'Tumto Pa�e 10, Col. 7 ffWosA Qvick Roce This car may not be equipped for racing but.it. sure won a race for time wlien the ownier had to sieir it before entering the service. Ad was in The Progress Classified Section for just one day when it was sold. That's speed, man. 1957 CHEVROLET: Stand-.. ard transmissioa, 8 eyj-. inder. Good conditiqn:., Price,$200. Leavinr for.; service, phone <7�5.585�. i " 3:l0-4d-a-(45'). To Buy, sell, lent, Trad�,  Use "^e^Proireip' aiiiified Adii- Plu�i|ie.\ciejiffieM,iT�|5j^^^_^ Or' Yoipr.Netr^ft' Jfrbgwii", Office. -' :   .     ij*' i   .    �   

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