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   Clearfield Progress (Newspaper) - March 30, 1966, Clearfield, Pennsylvania                                1 has ,t m�| help frpm^'^eiAibli-^ cansV^, |A .$2(56-billi6n catch-aU � ap;; proprtation ' bill - passed ' late? Tiiesday by .the House included n:\one^<|to|- start the twoncw^^ "Great Society" projects. -   ' ' )The 269-122 roll-call vote that sent the bill to the ^Senate after: six hours of pitHsari* debate? did! riot- reflect the; aios^nels of''{He; bittles over the two main issues , ii(yolved. ^ i^^t^-ci  jBoth the rent,*siibsicljF*pro-gtantvfbriiilowriiicome ^tenants and the Teachers'Corps to.help educate children of poor families ^ere/^pproved last year by Congress, but. the money to get tliiemstjirted was not; provided in, the final'appropriation'bill of  wbo arguedtVthat' now is ,nWthe timerto spend fe(l-^eral fuhds^on new domestic pro-'grams'npt related to the war in Viet'{NaM tried, to, *feliminate m'oney for'both the programsV " llliey" centered - their v'firei; on the rent subsidy plan designed to   promote' ''donstructidn   ofi Cl�Qrfi�ld, CurwehsvlKe, Phljipiburg;,Moshgnnon Volley, Pg., Wednesday, March 36; 1966 World . on Pag^^^:^ 14,518 Copies Pqilyr _    By, h"eD16Y BURREll MIAMi, Fla. (Apf - Friends have, started a drive to raise,a reward for tlje return of a teenager whose kidnoper Has rem'aineel' orriihous'ly silent. _^        _ ^'?oU. yn dozens of leads, pored over boxes of'phoipgfaphi and^even made two .fruitless flying raids in llheir search; for 18-year-ol " old % But apparently they Vere no clpser,yto.^a,^-solution .than, they Were' Monday 'morning, when !a heavy-set middle-aged man in a, baieballcai^fo'rced him to leaye his^home'at gunpoint. ' Friends in., the tiny, exclusive fcommuiiity. of JSurfsideJ^onj Miami Beach formed a committee to {raise JfSO.OOQ,; for, information leadiKiHb' DanieUs iafJ^Ueturu. Police approved the idea. They said a reward often produces vital >^!ipformation'-^ in /major A prayer service on behalf of 'the^quiet,' Studious high school ^senior was set at Temple Bar phael, which was built by Dan-jiePs, father^ Aaron, a wealthy scontractor' who is also a principal in at least six firms. One police officer suggested that business dealhigs might be a' factor in the. kidnaping. Sgt. iWarren Dalrymple said the Icid-'naper  told' the father, "You tdon't remember me, Vbut you 'cheated me out of some, mon- Inside the Progress aas>iried Ads .....'. 20, 21 Hliiis From Heloise ..,, 13 Cpiiiics ........ ........ 23 I^ews From Around World 10 Sports .................. 1� 0 v|ich^mei^'-ESEA riegulations^ ancUlbenefits 'the entire Student population., ,^%'Sup,ervising Principal E. J. Grundy, last week>receivedwrit-tehc'inotification that' the district's: proposed project has |}eeh approved under ESEA Title I. "A Proposal To Establish Instructional Materials Services tcenlel-sjrasjhe official title of th,e4i;p1itge' documents #hich de-Sfefibesj-^iri^detaii; thii foUowing .topics:       ,   , ,   '  ",. Special, veducatidn n e e.d s vWhich thiSTjproject'has been de-sigrit^4o' iheet; Wecific- objectives of the, project; special ed-ucationaL activities ^ or services I sno ; .l->lease.Turn'tb.P'age.,6/iCbl. 3 ^ouficil record' Iqst^night'm -favor of keepiog.: the proposed reloca- ;:,Jfenr6faj^�^itfi2ym�m::jh^^ ' 1 I Thtf C&iiMil^^dssied?fre$oljUHbrf/ to thateffect which v^ill; be .sentSo'rthe JJotelHjghw help couhterdct aAproppsalnfrpfin ;a Jeff^^^ IS  I T+tM^highwayr be/relocated ''^tJT?lo%h^ltlhat'county Attiori cairiie after, the Council ,had .received�letters, fronj tJi^e Bell Township^^^ S arid the Bell Township Planning Cp|iimissi6i^ asking |or> support. in" other matters, the Council noted receipt ot matching funds frpm, ,sfy,eral. .municipalities tP Jjelp^^ promote tbuHsni arid industrial growth. The monieis. 'btksed on  il Conservation "District.'. . 'One of the purposes of the Please Turn to Paige 10, Gol,'6 , ..flurries arid...little I temperotufii .chong>. Jow' tonight 28 to 35,v-.''.^^^^^^ Sunrise 5:58-Sunset 6:36 Cliarfielii River;'bvei Tuesday 7 p. ni. - 4.35 feet (falling). Today i7 a. m. - 4.35 feet (stationary); .Clearfield Wc|Bthtr Tuesday low 18; High DUBOIS,City Council has directed i Solicitor Edward V. Cherry to file a prelimmary ob-jection^to a- declaration of taking announcedlast week by thp State ^ Highway: Department in connection � vML. construction of two Keystoii4i!,*Shbkway sections.      . The Deparlineiit-had'filed the declaration, in the Clearfield County Courthouse' last Thursday ^ih order to .(proceed with work on Sections 25 and 26 of the' interstate. Highway- in the DuBoisj Reservoir .watershed.-* The declaration-of taking is a legal process under the state's eminent, domain.laws and,is a method., of - seeking;. an easment fof right-of-way in the Anderson Creek watershed,, Mr. Cherry explained.' ^' It was ppinted' ou^, that' the right-6f-way sought by the state is almost entirely; on the DifBois Resiervoir watershed: The declaration of staking, it was explained, does'not mean that the state, is seekingv to take over the reservoir. It was further 'pointed out that ,ithe state> cunriot. take - over a municipality's water ^supply lunder the eniinent domain laws. AH'the state wants is right-of-way Urough the watershed for construction-oftheiSfiortWay. ;,The city w^nt'sVifo pi^dttct its water supply, a, q6    ' Seven NigftwoK Projecfs Lisfecf For Couitfy The State 'Highway Commission today-anounced plans to build seven local :roads by contract under full state financing in Clearfield County.        f The value of projects ) announced for the county is' $1,-960,000. The pro.iects include: ^Route 670, Brisbin tP Hender. son, 2i2 miles, reconstruction. T-Route 869, in. Dimeling, 0.6 miles, reconstruction. . -L. R. 17067, near Rolling Stone, 1.99 miles, reconstruction; -^Route 322, ^ � Woodland to Clearfield, 5.2 miles', resurfacing. � ., -Route. 36, Five Points' to Newburg, 2.2 miles, resurfacing. -Route 53, Houtzdalc to Osceola Mills, 4.3 miles, resur:^acin'g. -Route 402, Oklahoma to' Shaffer Sidmg, 0.6 miles, resurfacing. The county projects are ^ari important part of $420^ million in local "bread and butter" Please Turn to Page 10, Col. 3 May Act To Combat Inflation Sen. Dirben Hints At Tug-of-War In Economy Hiint; > WOMEN IN THE WHITE HOUSE - Mrs. Lyndon Johnson greets Prime Minister Indira Gandhi of India at White House. Mrs; Gandhi was guest dt a state dinner. (AP Wirephoto)' 43. Overnight' low 24;^ 38. Mia . State Airport Tuesdoy low 14) High Overnight,.row 3,i.,, ' Please Turnto Page 10, Col. 2 Five  boy^Foncatt - je5|iCiJ^j^ thereafter. P'r'e'^c i pitation wili^^totol. one-'*-., cjuartii', to one-h^plf inch in the south and?;:Jjonerhojf: to three-quarters; of an Inch in the north'portion, Stuniptowii Residents Clieckitctis For New Water System OSCEOLA MILLS - Citizens of the Stumptown area of Decatur Township; gathered last night in the Qsceola Mills Fire Hall to see what steps could be taken to insure an adequate : water supply for the area. In. the past, residents have obtained water from wells, but within the past six months many homes have been completely without water. Edward Boulton, representing the Osceola Mills Water Co., expli^ed to the group what was available through the water company. ; Sijice financing would present; a problem, State Senator Daniel A. Bailey and. Austin Harrier, former state riepresisn^ tatiVe,, informed the grpup 'of the means - of obtaining aid 'through federal programs. ' It was indicated that preliminary steps would be taken to form a water authority and the following CO mm i tt e e was i named: Milford Carson, chairman; Victoria Williams, secre-ftary; Maclalyn Ritchey,; Mary �, Petcdsky and Ernest Slabon. Future meeting dates will-be announced. , >n8.tiTcti6iu^� -Ale.' sh'ort-way; .jtr.is.^,V^k^g 46.. protect the .witer>jup^ly,^.frbm ^tufbjd- Please:Tum|�,3�'age^ip.'.Col^e.V Maliaffey iervic< Enil Viet Nami||y MAHAFFEY,- Rbbeit and Hichard Byers, twin 'sons-, of Mr;; and Mrs.-Richard Byers pf/Mah9ffey, recently 'spent a 30-day le^ve at their'home after pompletipg nine months in Viet Num, aboard the aircraft carrier, USS^Bori Homme^Richard. -During, that tofir of duty; Robert was chosen Plane Captain of the Mottth'for September kai Richard for October. Tentative OK Given Milk Price Increase HARBISBURG (AP)-A statewide milk price increase ranging between a penny and a half; cent a quart jvas. approved tentatively .Tuesday,! by rthcj state Milk Control Commission. Unless the three-member commission changes its decision based on pre-order testimony taken at a hearing Tuesday; the increases will go into effect AprU 5. In addition to increased .whole-' sale and retail prices', the com-, mission ordered increases inr'the ^prices paid to farmers by deal-'ers a'nd'processoirs.' ' ; The increase actually" will' be t^ which ihcliides*|erearfield and' Centre 'counties," rsaid that, quarts of honie-deliVered niilk will' increase from' 27'to 28 cents,-twin-pak'half gallons from 53 to 56 cents !-and single-wall half gallons from S3 to 54 cents. . : The price of other products such as iibn-fat milk, chocolate niilkV;'butter milk, cream, etc., will, be'increased similarly, Mr. Hoffmap said. MUkVpurchased at stores will, be'^increased by the ^ same aim o u'n ts as homeTdelivered Pro^s Worth $209,(N)0 Fifed By CoR|fflittee BRISBIN - Directors of Area 5, Community Action in Clearfield Countyi Inc., have voted approval of projects for Houtz-dale. Woodward Township, Brisbin. and Osceola Mills' totalling $209,000. ' , Applications' for the approved projects were filed yiesterday.,; The projects approyed by the area directors at a meeting Monday night'intrude: V - Recpriditioniiig of the^ lOOF Gem'etery; it' an''esti-^ mated 'cost/'of $ajOOb. ' Houtzdaie'-rrCpriviirsion of the old grade school into .as youth center ; and - historical museum Appeal Studied By fl; S^Gtrtirt � PITTSBURGH (AP)'--The U;S." Third Circuit Court of Appeals took under advisement yester.-; day an - appeal by 'the Borden-Co.- from a lower court decision which granted; a motion for a summary judgment asked by the Clearfield Cheese Co: '; ; Judge Edward: Diimbauld^ of' U.S. District Court.granted the summary judgment ;lastv;^u^ gust. In effect thiis'^iruled'iiwaiid' a claim by' Borden ^oif'patentlinrJ tringement'-by the-. Clearfieldj firm in' JpjrOTessitfgrrindiyf^^ ly wiipplaWe^MS^?^ �FtSM^Msltflai^-im^ for :night !M!hen> 38,i>upils > of theVMoshahhon ::VaI-i ley Schools compete .for;three; cash prizes and as many places in 'the "Area Cliampiohship tfee. -The spelldown will''be held at 7:30 q^'clock^n; the-'Moshannon" Valley junior-senior high school auditorium. ' Thirty-seven; of the 40 finalists! for.. the Championship; Bee. ate Clearfield ApriliM already:have been selected -in';;;the' 11 dis.trict. eliminations cpnducted thus far. The .,num6er/6f*finalistS'allotted each school or -district is based ontits enrollment in the sixth, seventh, and eighth grades. ,Cash prizes of $10, .$5 and $2^.50 will'be awarded the first, second and thirds place i finishers respectively tomorrow night. Best Tipsr Hints irom Heloisift Jit t^W Boi^ks i;The best tipsvahd 'hiiits^from IlKploise .- thatf.fayorite. eplurn-i^stj bfcAme4c>|i>hpu^^^^ nPWi a[Vailable tovProgress^^read-fefllnJitvfb just-off-the-press pop-ItetliBokSi'Heloise'sjHousekeep-Irig'Hints and'Heioisc'^s Kitchen Hint^)', .  � . . ' /Theji booksj can be obtained in 'ipa^erbouridj'ieditiphs' by sim- ply'^m'ailingi 50 cents, plus.....10 IcSiatk liwJistafee^ for ;eac;h^bpok, 29i; Clearfield,' Pa;; 16830,'- or by stopping, in at The Progress pfficiB'-nearest you. ' ' Heloise's Housekeeping Hints Please Turn to Page 10, Col. 2 Please Turn to Page 10, Col. 3 Bigler Youth Among Winners; To Have Talk With Governor .Tom Eshelman- of ' Bigler, chairman of the Clearfield County Tpen Age Republicans, won third place in the statewide essay contest sponsored by the Youth for Shafer organization. The contestants were asked to write a 500-word: essay on tlie topic, "What I Would Tell GOV: ernor Scranton If I Had 15 Minutes Alone With Him'." The winners will be given a chance to expre.8s these views to the govemof hi person since they will be granted a 15;minute conference-with him. The: winners were announced PleaseTiimto Pa�e 10, Col. 3 Hos few Words Do you know a salesipan who can sell a major product in just 17 words? We have one and,we call him Classified Andy. Course, he had to repeat himself, but just once. Wliere else can a two-day ad do such a tremendous job but in The Progress Classified section. WESTWOOD H 0 U S E-TRAILER: 10x55. Sell reasonable. ;627 Nichols Street, Clearfield, Phone 765-6730, no,answer, Cur-wensville 236-1563. ;    3:9-7d-a(7) To Bur. Sell, Rent, Trade, Uae Tbe.Profreii aauifled Ada Phoae aearfield 765-5535 Or Vour Nearest ProgreM Office. Are US. Targets By THOMAS A; REEDY i SAIGON;  South Viet; Nam (AP) - U;S.; planes destroyed at least 150 Communist  build-ings,::set off; 14>big - explosions and killed 35 or more Viet Cong in 24 hours of intensive, bombardment in South Viet Nam,'~ a U.S. spokesman announced today.'. �: . ; Four planes wererlbst;,three to enemy" fire. ' ' Although poor weather contin-' ued to  hamper  air ..activity against. Nortb Viet Nam, Navy' carripr   planes. clainied  five junks and three samp.ans . destroyed on  strafing  missions against waterways^in the North. � A big Air Force C130'' transport also peppered the North - with 10 million propaganda leaflets dropped: jiigt'over the' 17tli Parallel frontier. They,- warned North Viejnaijtiese. troppss rC: ported massed there that they face destruction if they cross the border. There' hive-been reports of heavy, -troop; ;^concentrati in that part' of the North Vietnamese panhandle,' which' has been a target for hea,vy American air attacks shi'ce:'the resumption of the raids^two months ago. Terrorists set .off a bomb at a U.S. military; billet in Saigon this morning, but inflicted little more than scratches on four or five Americans. The blast, which tore a 20-foot section out of the concrete and brick wall surrounding the downtown villa, came on the anniversary of the explosion at the U.S. Embassy a year ago. Two Americans and 20 Vietnanaese'were killed in the embassy bombing and ns persons were wounded. By JACK BELL ^ WASHINGTON. (AP) - PresU dent Johnson's broad indication;, that he 'may ask; ahftearly? t^xyi increase ?to combat :?threateried;& inflations touched off a vpolitfoal;?;. uproar in Congress today 1 'Johnson told a group of young;; interns J finishing - a year'8^;^oy^!i eminent service Tuesday thatiif prices continue to rise he 'faces: three choices: government don-trols, a $5-bUlion-tP $10-billion cut in'federal speiiding or;a tax hike of roughly $5 billion.' He'r added no: one likes con* trolsi,He said he doesn't believe spending: can be. reduced- without damaging  to have'ivi t|ix bilV' he !gaidi-m;;dii:i8ioii ^ 'may..be;reached'nexttmonth, he told the interns. "      . ,'.  .  " This brought an assertion from Senate ^Republican Leader Everett,M. Dirksen;thatJphh,-son is in for "a tiig-iif-wary'i test of strength'? ,with Republl-. cans ' and' conservaifive^i'Denfo-crats w^o -will- fight to cut-, spending rather than' increase taxes.    ^ ' '^This is going to^stimulatean Please.Turn to Paige 10, Col. 1 ^et its tokm'^r.  Borden went to Clearfield Cheese and asked if it coiild go into business with Clearfield Cheese in the' manufacture of cheese slices;: He said Clearfield Chees^. itopic, Please Turn to Page 10, Col. 6' in swift daybreak raids tddayih tfie.NeyK^p'rk metropolitan, area arid'^in'''Cleveland and .charged them;Withip*rticipaUng'iii dfgft* dodging schemes>\ . Mpre^.arrests j^were- expectetir federal-6fflciah,said:   ''tJfm By mi&moMiing? agents-^a^S arrested .33 men in New, York and 5 in Cleveland.      v  '\ Ah official said  of the National Aeronautics and Space Cpua^il. "That's Avhy I take tiie.train.!' The men made theiir vii^^l. known Tuesday at a convenUea here. "People are ' anxious to Vbe-lieve that there is inteUigent lift Please Turn to Paige 10, Col' 3   

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