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   Clearfield Progress (Newspaper) - March 29, 1966, Clearfield, Pennsylvania                                tHei Clearfield Hospital Board of Directors is looking for some-additional state-or federal funds'to'^llaclc'up'a' recent offer^ of j(321,P00J^.^federal Hill-Harris Act monies. Drrecfor Paul Ruch said that it will be at 'least a week' ���'ri:.iTheilcian'apefiisllppedi;inta,^ .'home-of Mr. and Mrs. ,Aaton GoidiiiMi^ ShrouSE safe patio door early Monday, bound the parents with venetiah-Wind ^coi^iand'i6i^>pii^^ to leave in his. oWn;,wh|te car. ^ FLv? detectives spent the night ev^ry'phone call:   ' ,  , As jhe-search for Daniel and .his kidnaper -moved into, the Secon^^^^^      a mairked increase �in poiice, acUylty was^ ' at the Goldman home,     ;    j tered -and left the -fashionablie :^ome%ve^;^feW'^imttji^ ottierlspeciai telephonic 1^^^ fte .third-T, was^instaM parently-'v to permit; 'additional monitorjag Of: incomin| calls. ; ., PoUtepikCI^^ increasii'WliMflh^ d^scribedas^fext^^ between'6 arid ? p;mV as he liad I�bmised. Itf4ii& �^^^ detail instructions for delivering the money. ; li�jhteldidri^t gifet^!W*A$^5;(HW'l)y: 6fa;mffiti)da3#hella^ ^uldi:sdito;^50iW� he said,-"and you;il never see syo!U|^:^sibtf ^iaiiw? p v'v ;i�fts.w,G61dnaan^v?fweh^ ea;rly biit got up.each tiihe'tKe phone while  detectives tbok-dowu the conversatioK^^ �reportersl'outside:" vWlio?:isfthis??Wlio IsJtiiS don't yoju_answcr7 Why don't ^buyariswel^?^'�' -^v ^ r-^^'X i '^i^pi:'":^' f Neighbors?- along  the  qiUei , .wherl%W%'lw#l|o|g^tt,?^,!^ to $300,000 - talked with^#li�e pomrs^i^^'^ji.gSMS^ Walter, ShWitzcr^ de- IJei ssfiatsifikbtHing .else turns.up the.board will have to tui*^doyra,tt�*taumw ' for"^ilfls"yeaF"anK"'fe-aM^ them .next :year: Mr.sRticK|f^'' plained thaVifHhe 6dard-acceL ^ ed.,the;fundsiife,y?oul^ h�|f :g raise.t,wice that^amounk^.or? ; �$642|0�)i�i^Stocet5wiiJ^ Hill - Harris Act regulatiotis. Without additional gbvernmeht aid,^the" $642,000 would Have' to] come; from)) 8 ^local'fundrr aisiiig' drive... \ I' ��� � 'i In other matters at a board; meeting last'night,^'it' was'decided to .iprovidc .-a speciW room for clergymen',to hold corisidta-tions with patients'.''The, room selected is'theV iiurses'-sstation in the former maternity ;�ripgj.^ The board also approved.; per-^i manent repairs to'^the slbps^jit the hospiUl's main o^ntran ntinue!usihg tNli^^^^btiirdinr ki?a 'smm nurse residence hall,-Therb,Ulic^, ing will'be used  Mas6nsi 'a lifeimemberi; of the B.P.O. Elks 540j inember of thei JohnvLewis Shad^Amerii can Legion Post No.'''6, of- St; John's Lutheran Church,, the'In-' dependent Order of,Odd Fellows. Loyal Order of Moose and F. 0: Eagles Aerie' 812. He served on Clearfield 3or-ough Council from ;1934 to 1936, and was elected to the Clear-Please Turn to Page 6, Col, 2 School Directors bi( Poymbnt of Bills The Clearfied Arj^a School Board .accepted committee' reports and .approved the payment, of ^regular ^ bills arid pay-ro4 at /a scheduled m'eeting held last^ightfin the Senior High School cafeteria.^ *Ther ';pjt;^$uperintendcnt of Schools ,EljKbod;L.;Rbtir'baugh ^f- "It is ?foWer8 otpast'meetmgsandTsee -Whafe-'happeried^by. way,irof�^eHi-tiori of the items which' were requiring our "attention at that time and than see what remains on ourv agendas. The; March, 1965, meeting "was concerned with kindergarten, the water Stipply at Hillsdale, water supply at Girard building, a tenta-ttive^budiet for 1965-66, a site for a'new junior high building and the possibility of obtaining a col-; lege / extension (jenter for Clear:;: field      ..... ...    _        ,'^'bv1 "It is pleasing to/rejp^^titbat this year's partiaykinaergartenj program has been|moste^c% ter in an\uriu8ed'bifild|ni^ riight.V atteiJdihiiUhe, Clearfield ---tingi and then ifor ,two-and-a-^ ^, ^ , iwnship: school: iriatte'fs;'3! i'^ c After item-by-itejnnf'consideration.-of, needs itvMl^ various --"-'-^^-^%uilding#| ,nibi^J^ "".ij^iii^; , id drivel TGlSn Rich: [Schobil;^: '�'��'SI lent isiiil meeting; 'lisocal expenditurfes' of,^$401,54 'VeM*JII�j)rpve]5[^for payment as w scribed as light. The U,S. 25tli Infantry.. Division's 2nd Brigade kicked off Operation. Circle Pines Jn.....the Please Turn to Pa'ge 2, CoL 3 t\i ,,.1 Al CpmmifleB iMeef I'lig... rf Increase OK'd teachers at P-O Philipsburg - In a session Which lotited bnly two' hourr-lasf njght.'.vt Interim Operating Committee, of .th^ PhJIipiliuj'g-OsceolaoAred School District took action on q number of to'p^s rapging from teachers' salaries to committee reportS'iOnd' recommendations. the'final'rriiiiutes* of the special meeting and concerned a rttiij^^'::f6r^ti ta]se f $300 over the state-mandated maxi--i-i---�mum' salary which would af-' .i.:.Bj^iyi>jcENT4P.,^CAi�;i^ ; HARRKBURGn (AP). X I^ouse '^:ommittee:Jnvestigating. |.^^^^^'^^.iUi_^^; inanpbw,er ^'needs^^bf ttie '^,2QP; man fqrce; ,%.'>,!'".'�/'�..; .'Committee .Chairman'' Ronald. G, Lench,.D-Beaver,;^lidjl^ree' officers'hadjb�eh iiibpiMniiedfotd^ testify, on> a; Scrantonf Admhiis4 tration request for^ 600 more troopers: Deputy Commissionei^; Frank McKetta; Maj.. George; W. Pinkertori,- chief of the trsTf-fic bureau; and Capt. Arthur W. Schulenberg'er, assistariti;suf�i^ri| tendent ofitKe State Police Aca$lt emy.      . ,  v J Commissioner E. WilsonvP^r-: dy bad-been scheduled to appear but his doctor announced Mori-day that he W9s ill witW k virus:,! f; The ;lO-member committeemen cided to turn to the'^manpbwer ti o n s; > Please Turn to Paige    Col. 6* iMiis^nnual Business Meeting for Aprir26 PHILIPSBURG The board of directors of, the Philip&burg; Chamber of Commerce in a: lengthy session last night agreed to hold'itis, annual business meet--ing of; the entire Chamber .mem-: bership on Monday, April 26.  The site of this meeting is to be 'designated later and further arrangements will be announced then. As an innovation this year, the directors also agreed to hold a dinner-dance, for all members and their wives or husbands on Saturday, May 21, in the Holiday Inn near here. Additional plans for this will be announced later. Bud Jones is chairman of the event. Laurence T. Killen, chief of the Philipsburg Federal Aviation Agency Flight Service told Please Turn to Page'6, Col. 6 Red Cross Chapter Sets Annual Meeting The Clearfield Chapter of the American Red Cross will hold its annual dinner meeting Tuesday, April 26, in The Captain's Table Restaurant. Theaffajr is bpen to the.pi^b-.li^|,the- Rev. Harrison Price, '.bj^^ptei?(Chairman, said in; am '^ii6jincj|^gslj;he date, Friends of m Re3i!!Qfoss aiid the Interegt-\ed'public,-ipay participate b the | .; ;sal aries,, the _ board accepted; the reconimendationf of-ithe; perjspn nelf'Committee:.which set:;iricr'e-I ments;and maximum salary ley , els: for.-; the threes senior vhigh or Mrs. Vidian'Carlson' and Mrs. Esther Wirt and'Jat $4,800 ,for Mrs. Gladys G. -Dunlap. ' ' A. recommendation bfa�6caie- . Pieaiie j;rurri to Page ,6.- Col.--2- Fund Set Up For Poitor;|fe5r�iiiipMn A?^^,- A--fund has :^aroh,'?l?,^'inMitraffic act ^ ... ' ThpmiisiyEXBiahcik^,bf;,Gram-?"|aa^^^f*��d�wa^ pfedfrlKeart'^'attac|c 'just' be-foreftJ^'e'Maroli' 12';a;*cident. He^ lost'contr^ro^'his car'and crash-} jed intofa truck. Inside THe Progress Classified Ads . .... 12, 13 Hin^s FromHeloise ...9 Comics ................. 15- Sports.............. 10, 11 Hospital NeWs ...... 3, 13 Editorial, Columns ...... 4 . Social News ..........'. 16 Today in History 13 Woodwardtwp. Uaa Asks Nod for CflwitY Post ^^^^^^ ^' ^,.^^,y^e^|ofj,;W^i^ajm^ "ha's'fbripally^aktiOun'ced'his.'can^, didacy irithe coming pri'mary;! electibns-'for-the^post ofr Ctear,-' field.'CburitVv'D^mbcratic - 'chairl |/Labor-,-'Department reported' to-, 'day?    *        % '   1 Backs Manners... - I^i?af* J?rn>.Pag?, 6, .CoL .8 Two boysnemergeld'4ir| pionsifjof^therR disfp-^-PrrgfessfS^iiintt^i Ijjon^yesteicc ing with Larry;Peterson,;arsev-' I enth; grader, .wirihing'first placft in ;the -Purchase, UnVschoolsf. eUminatipnj&id ;MichJiel;McGee,f -arv^eighth. itader,^;.^, tH^ Jhilipsburg . 'Osceola>^4jC^e> Schools', title for the second* straight* year.       , "" > Three others, all giris/qiiali-fied along with the two first place ,pinners in,, the two ellm-,inations,for,theXrerchampibn. ship Bee scheduled atJCl^rfield ApHl. 14. " f Larry, whose. twM ^r^ih^r .^d' ta,..,|sbn "^miM jRobert';^Peterson?}, i.�iEa, 9S.mt.pn Chei3-jr*Sireet. ^.amag^^^rit this, collision, was latK,$375Atb the 'KjtkO car Please Turn to Page 6, Col. 1 mmmm. (Editor'^ Note: Capt. Sheriff, a native of Chester Hill who was wounded In South Viet Nam last September, requested additional duty there after h i s wounds healed because he is a professional soldier. He feels that the United States has spent a great deal of' money in training him and he should therefore serve where that training will pay off. However, his concern, is not only with the fighting war but with the war civilians face every day in such matters as health and sanitation, the subject bf this article.) By Capt. Robert M.'Sheriff U. S. Army AN KHE, South Viet Nam (Special to The Progress)   - During a tec-iaetUyisit tbSai^ j^ori  I' wa S: walking along the ."Street of ' Plbwer.s" when three small Vietna m e s e l)oys  greeted' me � with "Hello, number' one", "Hello, okay", and "You give me dollar?" This is a common ^ sight for any American in South Viet Nam and, any .attempt,to offer chewing gum or "candy is 'immediately: rewarded with several other children appearing on the scene in hopes that they too will be endowed. Turning from the "Street of iflowers" I passed several small children playing on the side-Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 1 .   - .... S^eks Fundk for Park ^     CURWENSVILLE - Acting in ;�upport of the Curwensville Planning, Commission, Borough Council last, niJBht voted to file an application for a Projeit'70 lah'd.dcqu^ sistance grant for further expansion and development of Irvin P,ark. - ' .       - , The move marks another important step" In'oblong-range Plgpnfng'Commlssjoi^' program'tlo/erila sizeby^sbme.ij? acres and/to deVilop d broader-rianfle of Vecrfeatipnal {opportunities.^ '---� ' Accordirigj 'to, Heiiry ,Meyer,l secretary of;?lhe PiannlngiCom-mission; the (acreage to" Be pur-' chased is divided into three^i main areas. ' ^ , ; Ai-ea 1 is 'a;30-acre tract, 23 iper cent of which" is open farm4 land,.Jying ^ east and northeast of the'-^ existing.-park.tThe wood-,; land'^rea would be cleared of debris to permit proper care -^oC :trees- and; shrubs and provide" an-environ(i)tisnt -for ^picnipking,| fireplaces, tSbles.'bendlies, wa- senior enjoyment.,^.       < , ' CThefoplsn farm-ariea, Mr. Mey-'; erSs'aldyl-wbuld-'bV'develdpedfbrI field game apd'a.thletic,activity! u^ei^^i](^^^)^^^^ Pies CENTER93; ::bf;:wiii|j%:^( 4tffc�bid;:of $1.90 a ton wa'ssubriiittisil by 6. Keller of Philipsburg and by Neidigh Brothers of ;.State Col-lege. ' ' The low bids were referred to a State Highway Department gravel inspector to jdetermina the specifications of the. two HOSPITAL ZONp - A. pig feeds and children ploy out-^side a civilian Hospital in o South Vietnamese town. .'jf Please Turn to Page 6, Col, 4 Korthous Airman Is Serving in Viet Nam WITH U.S. COMBAT AIR FORCES, Viet Nam ^.Airman 2. C. William C. Picard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hilary Picfird ol Karthaus, Ta., is now in Viet Nam, � �J Airman Picard is a supply inventory specialist in support of the Pacific Air Forces yfhi^Ji provides offensive-defe^siy^^jlir-power for the % S, M^,lis (allies in the PacUic, PSr Ellt tkd Southeast A?la.       ^        , ; The airmap is a .gr4d,ui^te;p{ Clearfield Area High Scliool. ilis wife, Hattiiv Isthe dftugh-; ter of Mr. a'nd'Mrs. Jariies IL' Person of vVWaifeTMiW. Second : Court. Florida Clt^,Fla.,^,.;_^^^,^ , . '' iff,   

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