Clearfield Progress, June 8, 1966

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Clearfield Progress (Newspaper) - June 8, 1966, Clearfield, Pennsylvania Today's Chuckle Wonder how many fig leaves Eve tried on before she said: "I'll take this one." The Progress Reader's Tip 'Community Beautifier?.' That's tonight's editorial topic. Read it on Page 4. Vol. 60 -No. 135 Our 56�h Year Clearfield, Curwensville, Philipsburg, Moshannon Valley, Pa., Wednesday, June 8, 1966 1 5,1 55 Copies Daily 40 PAGES TODAY Hurricane Alma Bound for Key West Dispute May Linger Until August... State Fiscal Fight Far From Resolved HARRISBURG (AP) - The fiscal fight currently going on in the General Assembly appeared far from resolved today as the House returned in solo session. There was increased speculation that the politically divided legislature would not agree on the 1966-67 budget before August, thus necessitating the enactment of stopgap appropriations. The Republican - controlled Senate passed three such appropriations on Tuesday and sent them to the House, where majority Democrats quickly secured commit- - tee approval for two of them. _ t% r 4%l Since the 1966-67 fiscal vear School POSt 26 To Graduate !,f ^U* 'i,S",rpS - ft #� | | leave the state government Pi1!! II J "J J � rOIII UeOnieiU without operating funds unless Vtlll I InHorinOfl . the stopgap bills are passed. Jill I UIIUCUUCU Ifocnff/y/ Thnrcdnv The question tJiat must be rc rTVjfJfffff I RUlSUUy solved before the budget can be A 4 nUHiMrUllVM A class of 26 seniors from the adoP^d is Aether the general At rhilipsburq ^u ^1 or �* ^; h nest r V Nursing w.ll rcce.ve tl.plomas or PHILIPSBURG-The Interim m graduation exercises tomor. tJiefe haj begn flne hm Operating Committee of the rT a* 8:15 p. m. m the Clear- The Senatg d a e Philipsburg-Osceola Area School field Area Senior High School bjn amounlin>, ,0 $1 29 M]]ion District in a special meeting auditorium. on Apri[ ig Th(J House appro. last night reached no conclu- The guest speaker will be priaUons committee refused to sions in the matter of filling the Joseph A. Williamson, commis- act on fl introducing 200 sep- senior high school principalship. sioner of general and special arate bj,]Is instead The two candidates for the hospitals under the State De- Chairman Martin P. Mullen, position from the POAS faculty partment of Public Welfare. D . Philadelphia, maintained - John W. Mackin and John M. A. Kirk Hile, president of the that the legislature would be Deliman - were interviewed hospital Board of Directors, will able to control state spending last night. Indications are that preside over the exercises. Fol- better with the separate bills, other candidates will be inter- lowing presentation of the class but Gov. Scranton charged that viewed before a decision is by Elmo E. Erhard, M.D., presi- Mullen was trying to hamstring made, dent of the medical staff, diplo- the executive branch. Ori�inallv there were nine mas will be conferred by Hospi- Before adjourning for the applicants "for the position, and tal Administrator Paul E. Lou- week the Senate on ,Tuesday on May 31 Robert M Olson as- hns and pins will be presented amended one of Mullen s bills to sistant junior-senior high school by Mrs. E. Jane Kinkead, direc- make it conform with the $1.29 principal in the Franklin Area tor of nursing. billion measure. School District was hired. Mr. The Rev. David Ehrman of W e plan to pass it next week Olson then notified IOC Presi- St. Francis Catholic Church will m an attempt to get this argu-dent Ed�ar H Wilson that he ask the invocation and the Rev. nient into a joint conference had decided not to accept the Dr. Willis W. Willard Jr., pas- committee, explained the Sen-position, tor of the West Side Methodist ate appropriations committee The IOC must take action in Church, will give the benedic- piease Turn to Page 8j Col 2 the very near future if the new tion. _1 principal is to work with Mil- Musical selections will , . - lard S. Hancock, current princi- be presented by the Clearfield A CCAffrtflAff fM pal whose retirement becomes Hospital School of Nursing nwwwmiwiiwi effective July 1. Mr. Hancock Chorus and the processional and . f � � I recently announced plans to be- recessional will be played by {{cJUfQcQ LflffUfCll gin a two-week vacation,on Miss Geraldine Bickford. " � � � , June 15. Members of the graduating AmLm /M|)fA If All) Other applicants: for the prta- please Turn to Pa,ge 8, Col. 3 ^ apalship include: Horace Thorn- _" The Clearfield Countv Asso- as, Clearfield; Charles Lewis, # elation for Retarded Children St. Marys; Paul Winslow, Coal- MOmSClClle KCSIOeilt needs the help of parents and port; Charles Burns, Franklin; friends of such children to help Dennis Levi, North Charleroi; Injured 111 ACCldeilt solve "the many problems of and Robert Ott, Watsontown. 1 retardation" ' OSCEOLA MILLS - Barbara re/ cn V�"m,M ,Ar ., ,,.,,,�,  j i tt A spokesman for the associa- IficifU Tllft PrAflr�cc 7 ' ' � '' R' friends of retarded children Editorial, Columns ...... 4 P^ She was treated and re" meeting as a group." Social News ....... 2, 3, 13 ... , That chance will come tomor- Today in History ........ 4 , a Wydo 1 P��senScr row at a meeting scheduled for School News ... ......... 6 'V. c" opfa'ed hy. ^11� 8 p. m. in the West Side Melh- An AP Special Report 11 ^ . rakes Clej?e d LEGISLATION PRAISED T^TJ ^T -Each child is different, as MIDLAND, Pa. (AP) _ The ran off lhe 'r0adwav to the a 1. >nd^'dlla * �� and �very S9th Congress' passage of social right and overturned accord- fhlld .who sufjers from r.e.tarda- legislation has been praised by jnR to police tion of some degree should have United Steelworkers Union Pre- Damage to' the vehicle was oli"f '"^ tZ sident I. W. Abel. estimated at $650. the,r d?Fce of i^? f ___ association would like to help ' all the children of our county, 1^ If* J I �  m but it cannot if the parents of KPftflfin K raw oia Awarded tor not interest SXVU^UII IJ LUJ| cd enough in their child's well- fiftn M# PmiKAfAff being to come to the meetings l/lStl/M* DI^Mi* rivpUiCa and make their particular needs flvlvlf lIQII) Gl Mid til 6 School Anyone interested in the asso- _ - _ _ �l ,M""' """"" cialion's work is invited to at- I a I I|1|4a Dspflf COALPORT - The awarding tend the meetings, held t h e 111 UllllR i dllw nf a D'd lo tne Harvey Diamond second Thursday of each month � v wiiiiw Drilling Co. of Clarion for soil in the West Side Church. Per- By BILL BOYARSKY ,Gst boring work at the site of sons desiring further informa- SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - Proposed Glendale Junior- lion can write lo Mrs. John Ronald Reagan ran awav with Senior High School highlighted Thurstin, Clearfield R. D. 3. the Republican nomination for last nisht's meeting of the Glen- - governor of California today da'e Board of Education, held COB#Anro T\aUrrt%A and pledged to unite the party >" the Coalport Home Econom- JCnienCe Umma for a November challenge to ics building. |h f �? Anninct Democratic Gov. Edmund G. The Harvey Co. was low bid- njfwiiiai Brown's bid for a third term. dcr with a sum of $6,510. Others M Philincburfl Mfltl Reagan's overwhelming de- who submitted bids for the r iiiii|#�MWl�J Ifiun feat of former San Francisco project were the Foundations BELLEFONTE - Judge R. mayor George Christopher - Service Co. of Harrisburg. $18.- Paul Campbell deferred t h e and Los Angeles mayor Samuel 693; Boring Soil and Testing sentencing of James Maruschak W. Yorty's strong showing Co., also of Harrisburg. $16,463.- of North Philipsburg in plea against Brown - prompted the 74 and the Pennsylvania Drill- court Monday pending court governor to admit that he's got ing Co. of Pittsburgh. $10,412.50. examination of a psychiatric "a tough fight" ahead. Wayne A. Franks of Buchart evaluation nf the defendant Never before in California his- Associates of York was prcs- made at the Hollidaysburg State lory has a Democratic governor ent for the opening of the bids Hospital. won a third term. Brown is the "were Fred E. Sweeley. Clear- Man).schak pleaded huillv to first Democrat in more than 100 field County superintendent of (vvo charges of btirglarv ' He years to serve two terms. schools and J. Paul Frantz Jr.. was charged with taking $14 85 Reagan, the youthful looking, solicitor for the Glendale School fronl tne North Philipsburg 55-year-old television and movie District Elementary School and with star, moved to the front of his In other business, the board (Wjce entering the Best Jewel-party in his first bid for public accepted the resignation of ers and taking f.-ve pjeces 0f office. Lowell A. Williams of Coalport. luggage Brown, whose aides had pre- teacher in the junior high sci- ," , , , , , die-led an easy win over Yorly. ence department, who has ac- , ,was. T ,/�Ur defpnd" saw the Los Angeles mayor ac- cepted a position with the Holli- anls ,0 plead K"1',.y t0 \'ari0US cumulate a heavy vote in popu- daysburg School Svstem, and charees in court thi.< week. Sen- Inus Southern California. But Fred Brinkman and Lambert ";"C(?S Were meted out to the the governor defeated Yorty by Kibler. custodians in the dis- otnf,rs- a comfortable nv rgin. trict who will retire Julv 1. Fred A. Pelton of Morrtsdale, That's where Reagan piled up A bid of $5,750 for second brousht in on a bench warrant a massive margin against class school supplies was award- ^or non-support, was ordered to Christopher. Brown, however, ed to Kurtz Bros, of Clearfield. Degin ,0 Drinf his payments up will take a Democratic registra- Accounts amounting to $3,218 t0 date- He 's to appear back ----------- in court Julv 8 if he does not Please Turn to Page 20, Col. 4 Please Turn to Page 20, Col. 7 comply with the order. MEREDITH SHOT - James Meredith, civil rights leader, raises from wounded position along a Mississippi highway near Hernando and turns his head to look at a man at left holding gun in bushes. Officers arrested a man identified as Aubrey James Norvell in connection with the shooting. Meredith was wounded from ambush on his march through Mississippi. (AP Wirephoto)    Director Named Meredith Way Quit Hospital Today... ffiffi CMTRightsTeaders PHILIPSBURG-Anthony Ros-selli was appointed to the Philipsburg Aggressive Merchants board of directors last night at the meeting in the Chamber of Commerce office. Mr. Rosselli succeeds Gerald Kyler, Sears. Roebuck store manager, who was transferred to West Virginia. Mr. Rosselli is the proprietor of Rosselli's Music Center. Stores here will remain open Wednesday ..afternoon, June 29, "file Wednesday preceding the Fourth of July, it was announced. Although July sidewalk sales had been planned, committee members were not present at last night's meeting to give a report. There was a discussion on the apparent lack of interest on the part of some members and it was emphasized that PAM can succeed only if active member- To Continue Crusade By BOB GILBERT HERNANDO, Miss. (AP) - Chieftains of the nation's five big civil rights commands gathered north of here today to continue the crusade on foot through Mississippi attempted by James. Meredith. While Negroes marshaled their forces, hospital officials in Memphis indicated Meredith might be released toddy. . . � There was no word on where Meredith would go, if released. The heads of several civil rights groups picked up Meredith's march Tuesday from the point where Meredith was wounded, and one was shoved to the ground when high--_--:-:- way patrolmen ordered them Osceola Council To Use Old Bonk As Town Cenfer Economy Of Cuba Dealt Blow Gale Warning Flags Fly Halfway Up Florida Mainland MIAMI, Fla. (AP) - Hurricane Alma battered the Cuban capital of Havana with 117-mile-anhour winds and a deluge of rain today, then slammed into the Gulf of Mexico bound for Key West. Unweakcncd in the crossing of the Cuban island, the storm clung lo a north - northeast course that could take the eye close to Key West and bring the lightly populated lower Florida west coast in close range. The storm may have dealt a damaging blow to the Cuban sugar crop-mainstay of Fidel Castro's economy-and to other crops in that food-rationed nation. Gale warning flags flew halfway up the Florida mainland a3 the hurricane approached. For two days, Alma had crawled at a snail's pace across the Caribbean with no outside weather forces exerting any influence on its movements. Today, however, a high-altitude cyclonic circulation over the eastern Gulf of Mexico began to affect the hurricane, speeding its forward movement and pulling it slightly off its north-northeast track more toward a northward path. If this continues, the Weather Bureau said, Alma might move up Florida's west coast toward the city of Fort Myers after passing very close lo Key West, at the bottom tip of the Florida Keys. Such a movement would bring only the outer gales of the storm to Miami. When Alma moves off Cuba into the Florida Straits, the Weather Bureau warned, there will be a possibility of tornadoes Please Turn to Page S,Col.'4 Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 3 Bids Sought For Concession at Dam HARRISBURG - Bids have been asked by the State Department of Forests and Waters for a state park concession at the Curwensville Dam. The department will open bids June 21 for the exclusive right to operate a temporary structure Dr mobile-type refreshment concession at the new flood control reservoir and recreation area in Clearfield County. OSCEOLA MILLS - The old bank building, formerly the home of The County National Bank, is being prepared for use as a community center. The borough leased the property from the bank last month. It is expected that the borough offices and council members will be moved into the new community building in the future. The borough presently uses rooms in the building owned by the Columbia Fire Company. Details concerning the new dump operated by Peter Swis-tock of Houtzdale consumed much of the time at the June meeting of Borough Council held Monday evening. Mr. Swistock Cloudy and mild tonight with a chance of a little rain, low 58 to 66. Thursday cloudy, warm and humid with afternoon thun-dershowers likely. Sunrise 5:40-Sunset 8:43 Clearfield River Level Tuesday 7 p. m. - 3.80 feet (falling). Today 7 a. m. - 3.75 feet (falling). Clearfield Weather Tuesday low 53; High 82. Please Turn to Page 20, Col. 5 Error on Ground Thwarted Docking Try by Spacemen By HOWARD BENEDICT AP Aerospace Writer CAPE KENNEDY, Fla. (AP) - Someone taped four separation devices to a protective shroud instead of fastening them firmly to disconnect plugs. It was a human error that cost the Gemini 9 astronauts a chance to dock with their-- 74. Overnight low 56. Mid - Stat* Airport Tuesday low 54; High �. Overnight low 56. onto the shoulder of the highway. Gov. Paul Johnson condemned the march but promised police protection for it. Five Negro leaders combined forces to carry on the 225-mile walk to Jackson, Miss., started by Meredith and interrupted by three shotgun blasts. Aubrey J. NorvcJl, 40. a Memphis white man accused of assault with intent to murder in the wounding of Meredith with birdshot, was held under $25,000 bond. His lawyers were drafting an appeal to have the bond reduced. Three bus loads of sympathizers from Chicago will join the march soon, said Floyd McKis-sick, head of the Congress of Racial Equality. "We have made a national call for people to come," said Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., head of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference. "The number will grow every day." In Jackson, Gov. Johnson is- Five-Doy Forecast June 9-13: Temperatures will average two to five degrees above the normal highs of 75 to 79 and low of 56. It will be warmer Thursday, turning cooler Saturday and warmer again Monday. Rainfall will total one-half inch to one inch as showers Thursday and Friday. target satellite. Here is an anatomy of that error: The background: ATDA and to Cernan's record space walk. The quick look: Stafford told ground stations The satellite called ATDA for ^ the shrmjd ed t0 be augmented arget docking h b f()ur bund,es of e,ec. adapter, was launched a week trica, wjres and a]so Jajd R ago today. There was an indica- d lhat sma, lanyards Hon that perhaps a shroud coy- mi M no( havp hepn connected Axn*A l\docklns(lc ollar�n the properlv. Cernan snapped sev-ATDA had not jettisoned. era, c, ^ k.,ures of th(? Gemini 9 aslronauts Thomas s},routj The lanyards, about the size of a six-inch-long soda straw, were designed to be hooked to ,,, . . .. . . disconnect plugs and to yank When they caught i they found them out duri the separalion that indeed the 17-inch spun gequencei which is triggered by glass shroud was still in place. f,rf explosive bolts. P. Stafford and Euegene A. Cer nan, stalled two days by a guid ance problem, took off in pur suit of the satellite Friday But it had started the separation process and its two clamshell halves were parted. Stafford radioed that it looked like an "angry alligator," a description that will live long in the annals of space. With the docking collar covered, the astronauts had to abandon the linkup attempt. They went on to conduct different types of rendezvous with the The four plugs were joined to bundles of wires which provided a power relay for the separation sequence. With the lanyards not connected, they could not pall out the plugs and the shroud hung up on the wires. The official report: With Stafford's information, the National Aeronautics and Please Turn to Page 20, Col. 3 Competition Resumes For Curwensville Beauty Contestants CURWENSVILLE - Competition for the title of Miss Curwensville resumes tomorrow when a field of 26 contestants will be narrowed to 10 in the semi-finals of the annual beauty pageant sponsored by the Curwensville Rescue Hose & Ladder Co. The program, open to the public, is slated for 8 p. m. in the high school gymnasium. From the 10 semi-finalists, the winner wjlJ be chosen at a special program June 16 in the fire hall. Judging is based on poise, personality and general appearance. Last year's Miss Curwensville, Norma Eckert, went on to be crowned Miss Clearfield County and then won district honors at Lewistown. Shortway Job Is Assigned To New Contractor A Keystone Shortway project in Clearfield County has been assigned to another contractor because of the failure of a construction firm to complete the job in a specified number of working days. Hempt Brothers Inc. of Camp Hill started work yesterday on Section 27 from Elliott State Park to Moose Creek on an assignment made by the Mar-solino Construction Co. of Union-town and its bonding company, the Continental Casually Co. Slate Highway Department District Engineer Stanton C. Funk of Clearfield said that Hempt will complete the job started by Marsolino in February 1964 on the 2.8-mile project. Marsolino had finished part of Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 4 Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 3 Red Battalion Battered by U. S. Paratroopers By ANDREW BOROWIEC SAIGON, South Viet Nam (AP) - U. S. paratroopers all but wiped out a determined battalion of North Vietnamese regulars today after two days of bitter fighting, a military spokesman reported. He said the enemy left 292 dead strewn over a five-mile battlefield in the central highlands after offering stiff resistance. The picture given by the U. S. spokesman indicated a significant victory over the enemy troops after a weeklong lull in ground action in South-- Viet Nam. The Communists hit back with a blistering mortar attack on a U.S. military advisers' compound in the Mekong Delta, killing some Americans. A squadron of helicopters poured more men of the 101st Airborne Brigade into the raging fight 260 miles northeast of Saigon as South Viet Nam's political crisis took a calmer turn. The moderate leader of the Buddhist Institute called for a halt to rioting and human sacrifices but said his followers will continue to struggle in a "nonviolent spirit" to overthrow Premier Nguyen Cao Ky's regime. The declaration by Thich Tarn Chau, chief architect of an abandoned political truce with the military junta last week, promised continued although perhaps less dangerous civil unrest as the ruling generals prepared for national elections Sept. 11. In Hue. South Viet Nam's most militant Buddhist learlrr, Thich Tri Quanc. hesan a hunger strike ;is a protest aaainst the Saigon government and L'.S. policies supporting it Thich Chnn Kim. another Buddhist leader in that northern city, said Quang will fast until Buddhist objectives are satisfied, He said Quang will take water and juices but no solid food. The bitter fighting in Kontum Province began before dawn Tuesday when a North Vietnamese attack on a valley camp oi the American 'Screaming Eagles" backfired on the Communists, breaking a week-long lull in the ground war. The Americans struck back with planes and troops, routing the North Please Turn to Page S, Col. 7 ;

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