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   Clearfield Progress (Newspaper) - March 31, 1966, Clearfield, Pennsylvania                                iiddir'tjip y M>51^8 Cd^feii Daily 24' PAGES TODAY cent wagie tax - plus revenue -from vai;lqu* (parking meters, fines, rent-4-I-|u. al of property, county aid ' per other sources ,.....^^^-m^ 'Sifi^S'lJi-'stallitdf M^ ut,plea'se lefc >j|f>i�X'frobWim%^^^^ the couple sfiid,,^ an,open^ let- . hav^^ai^d patiently t(| receive a ,nies8age from, you,, and'iri turn.to deliver.to you the; ^ranWwfiicKybu'Xirst>m edl:)Ve^^sliaU.gradly 4-et^any .terms' and. conditions .'for. the .release bfsftie boy." ^ . '1 ''\ ' -^2-a^.idWrs:',Aar^n Gold;' aged man wearing ' a baseball cap-forced him to^leaye his came^in the midst of, new anti-^government � 'demonstrationsv; in iSaigbhv#apang;jand Hue, with more anti-Artierican ovcrtonesi The U.S. militaryi.command announced; a tripling of enemy casualtiesjjlast week, andijatJies:' ser rise in U.S., Vietnamese.and othWrallied losses..,-   The*;lst iGavalry^ higWands^^spottedi^i Communist elements at noon .Wednesday. A "SO-ittan unit/flew byi: helicopter into kthe, woodedw-mountains', 13 milesO, Harrier ^Sff�eGo8^M;Mm^^ ckisSidate^fom '74tBdistrictj�Jlttbert5'M;f Melton, a iBrookville-bemocratt seeking 4�oiw6 sbatin"^^ and-vcongressional .candidates Albert^      Johnson otsSmethr ^ort and: Jack" Still of iBradford; >. ^ohnsoo^i^thef^RepUblicjinte in-cumbisntssdefeatetfjthesBradford Democrat in the,,lasfecongres-sionaEelection.^.IL-; .'�.4''-VL=; �,, -; ,^mon^; the ;four. .D.ejriocratic' ^ candidates for,,the House of Representativesfethe 74th Dist: rict; PaulsMuraWski?of't:Morann drew firsti:plac?!onithe; ba^ ! jThe otheri^candidates Mditheir. ballot positions* are: iMfitAustin Turner ;ofClearifeld, ,;iecortd; Edmuild   Ji -''Zitzte^efger � of Glearfield;;Tthii!d{H^teliouis R Donahue of4eurwehSi5|||Mourth. ;i :;lni^iftie:'?' R�pubUi&�is*|ifeii-its; .'John R&Q^^^ �f ir st J s and- i'LsTlSuge'r Funxsutawney ^   ^ Smith is seeking :]^{e}^^^ ^ vEugene MfeKuliht*?'liifiWt^n the RepubUcan :iiiiloMin.;�tlie. 77tii. distri]bttwhUe:vcb%ies,iE.li nWbodringlof.Statl\G6Uegei^s�^ec^^ for. � highwoys,. etc), ""rry, v/ill. brinlB;s|n revenb^e^sd cbrriihg yed> of $344;9ij(^i08; With estitijiat'edvcx set/at $344,417.97, this! 'Will leave anTiinappropriated balance for any emergencies of some $500. '  Expjsnditures in the ^1966 budget are eslimated at apprbxi-flfiately $20,000 more than*in' the '1965 budget but this will be offset by the increased .revenue from; the Wage tax., The tax, ado^tbd .foV the first time last year, did not go into effect until May, This year the borojugh-will beriefit:itom;,a 'wholelsfear's revehiie^irlQm^thifta'jiing We'., Included, in the 1966 budget are salaj^Sjncrea^fes ioF ; \bofe Borough- employes will ishare id the -cfbStf  ; sion.-The-cost to'the boroufih is estimated'^^at $7;000 for 1966. > ' Provisldns/ha^e also ^ been, made for $3;225 fpr planning and zoning,' the" hiring of a me'ter maid at $1.50 an hour to collect parking fees at the first municipal parking.lot,i and  tran-Viet SgtfTOadii^^T^hoVhas b^eli - in theViimy-for the past 5V4 years,/rettfrned.' ui July, from ser>(ice**'iii^'''GerWa1iy ind' his been stationedt^at-^F^ort iHood, Texl, shice . Ainatiye oMaloiic^'jni Vl. he is married ti&Vnf j(6|rm|r'Irene Libreatori qf^iWpodland-, and^ is the fat,her,of W.chUd. His'fs^m-ily, which wasMth him,in Germany, has-returned" t6 Woodland.'  \^ eld rApra as  ^lean^' jup-,' ^Flx/ upj PaiAt; up-fMMtli>;at' Curwehs-: ,viUe.       "        � -  � ' ' The � mayor's - proclamatiW. coincides'' vvith' ^a. cooperative campaign' being,,waged by tior-,qugh Cbunbil'and the heWly-, formed Curwensville Commu'niv ty Association'^ to "spruce tup" the community-as well as stimulate business activity. Borqusth'CouncU and the Com-munity Association are takmg initiative in the campaign he leased fri�mSth'e,.J*fVis^� A-Car ;sj^s{(pm', V,, ^ 1 ' Sta^te police said'Rishel leased a 19e|5.mod,el car from the Avis firm ^oh,J Feb;;-2,' and" faUed/ to returX/V March � as he had 'contracted to do. .The car; was located'jat Clearfield. Riskel'w^ arraigned at Clear-fieldxon the fraudulent pretense charge and/released after posting bond."  Ifiihj^^�i;;at\5a,ih��f ring-at, Miatni, .Fla., where he is charged in the iu'stde^ee' murder of his wile and her^'boy friend, according; to ;a recent story in the Miami Herald. Thfeidate fbrJhi*;!trialVhas not yet been set; State attorneys argued strongly agamst allowing him! bail, the newspaper reported. Ball, and his first wife; Myrtle Laws of Philipsburg, left here to move to Florida in 1955. They were later'divorced and he siib-seqqently :remarried. Ball;; who is listed as a millionaire real estate developer and sop oia.aoeially prominent; Miami; =^�acli, family, told hi? story for lt^r,fitrt^i�e"^m hearings :*befprjB''Circuit Judge FraDcia Christie, -ii: ,! B^ll claimed - self-defense  in the (hooting of Dkniel Nash, 36, and|accidf[ilal shooting of his AlthdiighNhe was^und^r a.^bprt; order to stay away from his rex-barmaid wife,; ,he told'the court Please Turii to Pace 18, Col. 1 thfe which hopefully wiU reach"ev-ery corner of the community. , In cooperation, with' the Pike Township Municipal Autliority, the borough plans to wash dbwfa the- streets and' repaint .traffic lines. Businessmen also plan to put their best foot forward and ,t(*ia^4Sfr,jSWf^lfeldJti: s^Ajfa|ad6y  of -Pliflipsburl^fli^ho ,is a candidatemre-electionv-/ |/lSeMalley'is,th^^^^ publican bailor ^md> ifbrmeill Clejarfield *Couhty 'Sheriff "James B./R^^ese, who drllv^first place* and Or. Eari L. Lentz Jr., a Lock'Haven'chiropractor, who -is-secoiid.'     . '      '      * Former State Senator Jb Hays al'-meas Student Critital Afttr Aceiim PHILIPSBURG - Four.students, suffered .'injuries' yesterday in separate accidents in the senior and junior high schools, John Kelhgher, 16-year-old son of Mr, and Mrs. John A. Kelli-gher of 606 Decatur St., and a Chester, Hill/Progress carrier-remains in critical condition today in the Williaksport Hospital after suffering a broken neck in a gym cUss accident in the senior high,, school yesterday morning., Just as the bell was ringing for the end -of. hi? gym class, KeUigher did'a double-flip on the Trampoline and landed on his head. He was paralyzed ini-m.ediately from the waist down. The youth was given every attention by his gymnastics in-i structor and others but was not moved from the Tranmpoline until the ambulance attendants arrived to take him to the Phillps-Burg State General; Hospital. Frojp there he was ordered tranafered immediately tb^ the' Mfilfm8^brt:HoS>i# ?y .;F�pul|)^ meinber, c'ii n r 1 e s Goldthorp"' went' to\ the boy's home, got his parents and took them to the hospital. They rode ^Please Turn io Page 18, Col 5 Please;Tum to Page 18, Col, 4 Off icirl Noitied By anfi-Pciyi^rty Unit in Cbalpbii Area � COALPORT?.^ Rbhald Light-ner of Coalport 'was .elected president of Area 6 Community' Action Committee'at a .meeting held here Wednesday;night.; Others elected were: Willard MulhoUem of Smithmill,; vice president; and Cyrus Kepple of Goalport, sccretary-tr,easurer, : Representative!; on ;the'board of directors include:. Carl Weak-land; i; John McG ill and Andrew Popyacki B*ccaria:^Township; Mr. Mulholll^m; John Timchack and Sam Pbllicki Guelich Township ; Joseph Rowles, Martin Wasickie and Richard Dottsj Glen Hope; Joseph; Madormo, Carl -Gilligv�" and Mr.^Kepple, Coalport;*John Miles,' Fred Pat- 'Please-Turn to Page~2, Col. 2 r'^W^if-'"-"7'";" � igtHukSchedukd prff 9 f or CMtfren Of ^irrweiiiWIb Area 'CURWENSVILLEAn Easter Egg' Hunt for the bhildrertAof .the;'Gurwensville' area has been! ^planned for Saturday, April- 9^' starting at 1 p,' m. at the VFW Home here.        ^ - Chairmen iMrs, Fred Bennett and - Mrs, Charles/ Besoloski, members of the'Curwensville VFW'Auxiliary;, sponsors of the; event, said that all children qp to.'^and;- including the fourth grade are eligible to participate,';'- No special prizes, will be awarded but each child will receive a treat.; iment bniit* .The iversion'origfnl^�asse1ai by the lf.Hbuse:.^;'xi "es^^m*'** M-- - '-�'tV I;."-TheV bill,, desighbd'' to'bring iunifbrmity. intol'^a �multi^^^ isummetiasts^imeJisysTems' over the nation," wouldi,i'<''  year ^ to' !puti ityjintb'leff e'ct; froWilhe f last iSunday; in? April; to'the last^Sun-.^ day in � OctobeV, . ' -Put the'" entire" nation next year: and, after on cST for this' sixrmonth period'but permit a; state.' to be kept on standard time of its legislature so.votes. s In such casej-the-whole state I would remain'on. standard :titpp; Combrid, Somerset Counties Get Snow By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Motorists in some, parts of Western Pennsylvania.. found roads slippery on this the last day of March. \ ;^ Wet snow, sometimes mixed with rain, fell Wednesday night and early today. Generally, the fall was about one inch. V.But some areas in Cambria and Somerset counties got around three inches. By RAYMOND J. CROWLEY � VaSHING'TON (AP) - The \S0cial Security Administration J,uts on a big,^push today to ^|gn 'lip' all senior citizens who wish dqctbrs'.',l^ills,.^insurance at'a Vostii of ,$3 a mpnth. Reports circulated-that President^'f Johnson UrniiMi'. ��lr 'CAni -LBJ By FRANK CORMIER WASHINGTON (Xp ) Presl lent Jbhrison , said, today, '^prictss are; moving up?niuc%itq? fast for comfort" an^f ifjiteces? saryr he�will call for new restraints .on the cconbftiy-"eleq-tion year ;no.twithstanding;'', Pre-, sumabliir he � ;was; talkingv^bbu a tax increase among,other moves. '      ' ' . At the same,time,,Jqhhs(^h argued "the American economy is imt- shooting; off viiAo^oii^M space'at' the momentic^^tihe cautioned that the recent -ratevpf prices increases "could; not long be tolerated."......',  ' ;in,an address at a meeting'of th^ 'National League; of Citiesyt Johnsonsaid >it, is, too vsowv^t^ determine whether antirinflation actions already taken will curb rising prices. While'hbldmg outUhejposijiWU? | ityfof^ more :dra^tic: meaW^^ latfef.ythe President'described' the 'current 'situation .as^ one^ de-, manding caiiiibn' ratJier iKan' more strenuous'measures., "'^ i vw4 ai;jsi;tbuchingvthevbrake5l nbtxclaiiitJinlBit^wt^ itofirec^ssiqi Pennsfl^lnito;lOne Nearly.. early^,to4ayBn)?d^tjmMor,fraJ^ roads. iservinpM'su'tbsand'Mth* >^^:;nine'.}lwurs'?one 'fcaiilcr^S; .dowh,an^^' anbUer,,.slid^;tfiere\!; was :'not;a-'tra|^'riinning.l^;^  , '.. The afotherhbodfrof Lo'^mo-tive firemen v ijvi''. EnginVmeh,, headquarters /-here' ..ahrlouriced at 9 ,a.m, tb'aj;' iik first check shpwe(^'ffi  hood listed* the other lines'sfri^ck/ � .withv number b� fireriken^nioBV members emplbye'd.CasiKt'; V.i; Pennsylvania " R'a'iiroad%,3;'6i9,'' Illinois Central 557,\.Gehtr and'�BostOn.;&''Maine5^80&,1'�  J Th'er surpriserwalkout. jidsedi'f ) major � commutci;, ^rbbtentsf lor )i , Boston.- ^whete' the'' aBo^tdn?!*"' Maine Is'etves^iajibflV'.ii,'''''^*'' ' ' muters, 'a'nd*'^or,;Caiic program,which'tafltes- �...vw� July'^l. This is'nearly 90 per cent' '6v the isomelO.l miUion' poten- tial^'^signersi The midnigh,t;deadline applies 65th birihda^rm'n.or befbrfcOt,. f31; 1965.' Pfersbns 'becoining'|65 after the date have a seven-month period to apply." This period cdinpriscs (1) the' three months prior to their birthday month, X2) the birthday mohth, and (3) the following three months. strong; hint "thai the, time for decision'may ' be close; Johnson said some strains o"tf the econ- 'Pleasllt{pib^le'*2f:c^h;3' After Winter Letdown... Please Turn to Page 18, Col} 7 Pliilipsburg Store (|ouri Correctecj V PHILIPSBURG - Many of the stores here are not; going to remain open Monday evening as was announced yesterday. Harry Parsky,; chairman of the Retaa Division ot the Chamber of Commerce; ^said today busiijess,. places viwilli.; follow their ^Tegular Kou^js � Monday,"^ Wins PAM^word ; PHILllglURGr^ MFSi H^rrir soff/fif^ipiwelyj/;!^ is the ^iBer4thi^,|>^'i)i|8^^^^ Aggressiv�>Merchant8'� award;u Mrs.' Hdusiely held Oie yinning ticket for tj|iei'^150;^8�ririgs bond awarded durij^g; the re^Qt^t^ales promotion I'condticted by PAM. Outlook Brlghlmns f Of Area Jobs After d steadily increasing unemployment rate.through the Winter months the job picture should become brighter in'the Clearfield-Philipsburg-DuBois labor market/ In a quarterly report the State Employment Service sai,d' that'the;; rate of joblessness throughout Clearfield County and the, Moshahnon Valley stood at about 7.3-per cent last month, l-ot some 2;500 persons jobless out of a labor force of 34,-300. Back hi October only 3.5 per cent of the eniplgyable peopk were jobless. The figure rose to 5.3 per cent in December. But a year ago, in February 1965, the percentage wa^ 8.7. The Bureau, said that some increase in ejnployment shbtild oc-cur ^om February through'May with- manufacturing employers predicting job eifpansioniniduif-able and Qondur'abl^ goods.Non. manufacturing employers .'predict* I, slight increase by mid-April with,- the, anticipated  irf? turn,of those furloughed in the transportation'industry. From Dec. 15 to Feb. 15 total estimated employment in the The nation's 712 Social Security offipeslarcAstay ing, open tuntil midnighV tonight's to'receive'ap plications. For those,who could ;not get to these offices, the 34,-000' niam post-offices have self-mailer forhis which would protect' a person's rights until the full application form could be fiUed out. The insurance will pay 80 per cent of a person's doctor's bills over and above a $50 deductible. Officials explained the reason for. a deadline is that without it many people might wait until they got sick before starting their $3-a-month payments. This would deal a blow to the insurance program by loading it with, "adverse risks," they said. However; there has been criticism in Congress that the March 31 deadline,' specified by law, is/ arbitrary. The betting was that the administration would ask an extension. The Republican leadership has introduced legislation to extend' the date to Aug. 31. ; area declined by 600. The job losses were in: manufacturing, 100; nonmanufacturing, 200; agriculture, 200 (seasonal loss); and other worker groups, 100. The manufacturmg loss occurred in the durable goods section where the stone, clay and glass products job layoff exceeded a gain in. electrical machmery. Nondurable goods employment held steady due to offsetthig changes reported/by apparel,-textile and related,products, and other nondurables. The nonmanufacturing decline loss occurred in the wholesale and retail trade" section.. All other nonmanufacturing Ibies held steady;'��'"; v.'''�';. V'^-n In addition to the 600 lost jobs, some 1(|0 IpeMoiiis venteir^d ;,the labor market to up the total tini, employment to 700, Ifp-Down Seoson Not Oitfy Reoson Ups and downs in weather, prove you never know what's coming next. That may be one good reason why this heater was sold during March, But a better reason is the fact that it was sold through a loW-cost Progress Classified Ad. FUEL OIL HEATER, suit-able for garage or workshop. Phone Woodland 857-7059.       3:lS.4di(21) To Buy, Sell, Rent, Trade, , Use.ilwf Progress ^    a^^g#pi!e!^^ :uie., ,o�ing.,;::;.2 ;.'� �The policy: :committee|5isiswdf last^week.itS;fir*tiiiaic  ing'also was viewed by sotei^^s : an attempt ito';i avoid^;^^dwit;, htrikes by i union ;clQC9ls?SMcl�la8 took place two'years agqt after the union won its first contract gahis in five years.    ,1   r fci; 'The Bituminous Coali.Operif' tors Association includes about 40,000 miners, in Pennsylvania, West Virginia,^^iMinia;^Alabi^rh; Please Turn to Page 18;'Cpl. 4' Clear and cold this evening followed by increasing cloudiness later tonight, lov^ 25 to 30. Mostly cloudy with- occasional light rain Friday and turning coolerxjpte, in the day. Sunrise 5:56-Sunset 6:37 Clearfield Ri'ver Level Wednesday 7, p. m. - 4.35 feet (stationary). Today 7 a. m. - 4.40 feet (rising). Clearfield Weather Wednesday   Io w   34; High 46. � Overnight low .34.. Mid - State Airport Wednesday   10 w   30; High 41.   ' Overnight- low 2<^.\ Price of Mflfc In State hiiay The State. Milk Gommissiqn has given finai'-apptoyajt^ltlte-wide retail and producer; ini,|Pk price increases of a jpTehiiy and' a half-cent a'quart.' , Frank Hoffman pf Clearged, president of the Area 9, �fllk"L Dealers which; includes Cleay* field and Centre, counties,; said; the increases go into'effect' tomorrow. '  � The commission action Wednesday at.Harrisburg madefln-al a tentative order issued on Tuesday. '. ^ ,, Mr. Hoffman said quatts of home-delivered milk will increase from 27 ig 28.,cent.5, twin-pak half. '    * Other dairy pr�lwct?!:wm be W-'. creased similaVly,' he'said.-.However," ther< will. |)e , �o,( cbahges In the price ofm':-^ sold to scJhooIs'inlH'e'h'alf.plnt ' and third-quartlcontainers,-.he ' t emphasized.     . '\ " �" .'-v,a^' ji Plea8e'Turn'to
                            

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