Clearfield Progress, September 27, 1966

Clearfield Progress

September 27, 1966

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Progress, The (Newspaper) - September 27, 1966, Clearfield, Pennsylvania today's Sifn in bookstore: "Tiaeh your children to spell give them dictiooery." THE PROGRESS tomhr's Tip Pirate pennant hopes fade. Turn to Page Vol. 60 No. 221 Our 56th Year 27, Copies Doily 16 PAGES TODAY Johnson To Attend Manila Conference To Seek five Mm, four Picfcerf Progress At Clearfield Hosphol... ._-------. Classified Ads 13 liirnrc Employe Pay Hiked nine jurors jeiecieu In Yount Murder Trial Nine jurors five men and four women had been selected for the Jon E. Yount murder and rape trial when the Clearfield County Courts recessed at noon today. The choosing of the jurors seemed to run in cycles of three" three were accepted yesterday morning, three in 'the afternoon and three this morning. The ninth juror Louis Kellerman of DuBois, a wire chief for the Bell Telephone Co. was approved by both the defense and the Commonwealth at p. m., im- mediately before the recess. Kellerman is the father of three children, two of whom have been pupils of Yount's in the DuBois Area High School. Obituaries 1C Hospital News 13 Editorial, Columns 4 Social News 3 Today in History 4 More on Politics S Clearfield High Principal To Get Sabbatical Leave Bids for Truck To Be Asked AtCurwensville End To Viet War Will Join With Six Other Chiefs of State WASHINGTON (AP) Pres- Johnson agreed today to Mr. Kellerman said he is ac quainted with the defendant cURWENSVILLE Curwens- through his children. viUe Borough Council decided to During the examination of his advertise for bids for a new bor- qualifications Mr. Kellerman ougR last night and took said that he has formed an action on a number of other pAy opinion but what he had read matters at a regular meeting. several "slanted in one tlons A salary increase for all employes, admittance to the staff of a psychiatrist as one step in securing federal funds for a mental health canter, and plans for establisn.ng an intensive care unit produced an important meeting of the Clearfield Hospital Board ot Directors last night. The review of a salary evaluation summary presented by the Personnel commit- tee was the main topic of discussion. After gi ving consideration to this complete salary _s__ _., evaluation summary, substantial pay raises were authorized for additional personnel at attend next month's seven-na- the hospital in all depart- ments that had not been af- fected by a pay ed last July. Starting in July 1966, when the nurses received increases and with the action taken at last night's meeting in increased annual benefits has provided for all Af Board Airs Feasibility Of Two New Schools tion conference of chiefs of state in Manila aimed at trying to end the Vietnamese war. The conference was set up under the guidance of President Ferdinand Marcos of the Philip- pines for all the countries with military forces engaged in the conflict. White House press secretary Bill D. Moyers told reporters: "President Johnson is glad to the case was "slanted in one Councii is cailing for the truck Personnel, transportation and a water line extension direction" and this_opinion could bidg Oct 24t and will keep its Vacation for nurses who the PHILIPSBURG The feasibility of building one or two recommenda- new schools to house Lincoln, Chester Hill and North Philipsburg students was discussed in detail last ernment which night at a special school board meeting. goy_ are ing nations in the Philippine! Meeting with the nine Philipsburg-Osceola Area school on Or after Oct. 18. proposal in Girard Township came before the members be changed by hearing the other truck) rather than trade met service requirement were iweenng w.m me of the Clearfield District School Board at a regular meet- side. it in on the new one. S approved directors were David D. Demmy, arch.tect, and Or.Clyde Moyers said the date is still ina last niaht minutes after court specifications drawn up in A month ago, it had been re- Klinger, educational consultant, from Hunter, Campbell and tentative As to whether John- The nine-man board unanimously approved a recom- opened at 9 a. m., Mrs. Faye committee were given final ap- ted that the hospital's re- Rea, the Altoona architectural firm hired by the board to son would use the trip to Ma- mendation of the Salary and Personnel Committee, that Sahmof Burnside, wife oa provaUast night quest for funds for a mental prepare plans and design the-------------------------------------- E Johnston, Senior High School principal since New York Central yardmiaster stephen Pearcy was hired as heaith center had been refused new scnooi. major smnB tnrouttn otner por c. jonnsion, a r r was selected as Juror No. 7. She a school patrolman for the corn- because of the lack of a psy- The directors also discussed KArAanC is the mother of three grown er o{ and State streets chiatrist on the hospital staff. crowded conditions and inade- jDUIll IxUlCClllj children and has four grand- at a monthly salary of Mr. At last night's meeting it was te facilities in the Rush was namea octtng cniWren under 12 years of age. pearcy) who is retired, was one announced by Paul Ruch, com- TOWnsniP Consolidated School principal during Mr. The eighth juror, Mrs. Vivian Of eight applicants for the posi- mittee chairman, that George and Blue Ban. School. It ston's leave of absence which Rainey Of Mahaffey, a clothing tion which was advertised two M. Lott, M. D., of State Col- was also pointed out that the becomes effective Oct. 1 and factory worker and the wife of weeks ago. _ lege, has been admitted by Wallaceton-Boggs School, con will continue through May, a crane operator, was accepted _. at a. m. gave in this report, After that the jury selection dent Bert Pntts, d.rector of Kill 92 Reds President Frank Harzinski bofh the medical staff and the structed 11 years ago, is over- I 1 ive what he called a "presi- Board of Directors as a con- crowded. Ill VIP I l! report" covering a multi- suiting member on the staff of As- a resuit Of last night's III 'Vl _ ____ tude of subjects. Ficst, he said the Clearfield Hospital. meeting school officials will siiberoian mciuaea- ue 22 "more persons before he met last week with County This will enable the Clearfield present their problems to the Sment of Mrs Lucile Mat- the acceptance of Mr. Keller- Commissioner J. Harold Me- Hospital to reapply for funds Department of Public Instruc- tetn as teacher of sophomore man. Objections to capital pun- uie Change Due HARRISBURG (AP) j i nnnlrl nnt ho uoii 10 wiucuuig me JLUO.U jor psycniatric coiioujLoiiuii and th _ sss 4s rtuf tions of Southeast Asia, to Aus- tralia and New Zealand, for ex- ample, the press secretary said that at this point there is no schedule for an onward trip. There have been numerous re- ports from the area that a John- son visit is expected. The journey across the Pa- cific will take Johnson out ot the country in the heat of the political campaign. It, in some Viet Nam aspects, was reminiscent of 1952, of the when Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhow- Mvision er scored toward the close ol __ ___ _ the presidential campaign with today'To run the 'total "enemy a promise that were he elected, H.nn. By ROBERT TUCKMAN SAIGON, South publican Senate, said today he Elementary-Secondary will propose an amendment clar- tion Act Title I Program; ap- ifying the definition of mental pointment of Fred Neiswender disability. of the Senior High faculty as The bill was in position for a equipment manager; and a re- final Senate vote but the adop- quest for two additional Junior tion of an amendment would High football coaches due to mean a delay of another day, the unusually-large-turnout of "We are working on an prospective players, amendment that would clarify Transportation, Chamber Hears Flan To Eliminate of t BUUCI V13111S j-i In iVl H Til 19 TO rPVlPW TnP the one crossing Anderson Creek establishment of an intensive ior hi h school The possi. drove against the Communists t aceM at Sandy Desert the council- care section on thr second floor bmt rf buiiding and in the Phu Cat Mountains. Virt Nam men voted to write the District Of the hospital and the Board the ypossibilify Of housing this more troops of the 9th Korean ofjje conflict in Viet Nam 2 Highway Office requesting gave its approval for his com- admmistrative suite in the new White Horse Division landed in and that a new bridge be built. They mittee to proceed immediately clementary sch0ol were both Viet Nam. Thailand had agreed to clans said the bridge holds many haz- with the pla.is. discussed. The new arrivals, making up for this conference Marcos said ards in that-it is not wide enough it was'reported by the Stu- The architectural representa- the division's 29th Regiment, jn a speech at the University of PHILIPSBURG Leslie Phil- for two cars, its height blocks dent Nurses' Advisory Commit- tives discussed the problems raised to the Korean jjawaii's East-West Center Lat the definition of mental dis- that said Pechan, chief Re- brought ____ publican spokesman on mental by Max Shugarts, Mt. Joy Road, ence Vandenbeng and Walter _ p 6 conference room and the stu- __ ______.....j ____ _ _r____ _ health. and again later during the pre- Levine met last night with -the ______! dent library were approved to a field survey to deter- U.S. air offensive over North Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 3 provide improved education and mine the need for tne proposed viet Nam continued and giant and again later during the pre- Levine met last night with -the He noted that Sen. Paul W. sentation of the Equipment and Chamber of Commerce Board Mahady D Westmoreland, Supplies Committee report by Of Directors and proposed a argued 'Monday that the bill's James Burnsworth. plan to eliminate much of the definition was the widest he The problem stems from poli- surrounding swamplands, ever saw. cy that does not permit transpor- Leslie Philips and Mr. Van- Meanwhile the consumer tation within a mile and a half denberg stated that dredging credit bill was back in the Sen- limit for elementary pupils and and lowering the Moshannon ate Banking Committee which two miles for secondary enroll- Creek channel from Philipsburg dH. oauinits wvjiiniii'.i.v.- nrnvirto eilf. gtate officjaiS) they said, will action was reported. But the Youth Found Dead study facilities. school facilities and will pre- B52 bombers again plastered It was reported by Mrs. E. sent recommendations on the Communist infiltration routes in rOD6 ff III Jane Kinkead, head of the sjze and what it snouid include, the demilitarized zone. r School of Nursing, that the re- The state officials win recom- u s planes attacked oil and suits of the graduated student mend whether there should be supply dumps in North Viet u t ,n nurses who had laken the S one school, two schools or more. Nam Mondav and dropped 500- Wlltcu The search for a 19-year-old Board Examination were well Not only must the new fa. wam >ionaa- clanned to insert an amend- ees. This policy, more or less to Munson would provide suf- Clearfield youth missing from above average and the Clear- mti be constructed to meet mpn? to eliminate high interest dictated by the state which re- flclent drop to drain the low- his home since Saturday eve- field Hospital School of Nursing rharWs on below imburses th- district only for lands and to reclaim that pro- ning ended yesterday afternoon ranked among the highest in the please Turn to Page 16, Col. 3 The amendment would provide those pupils living beyond the erty for other uses. It was said when his father found his body state. The Scnool of Nursing is---------------------- flat 15 oer cent a year max- mile and a half two mile that this would also improve in the trunk of his automobile continually attempting to pro- hnum interest charge regard- limits, has been used as a guide- flood control conditions and help at a coal stripping site north of vide additional courses of study of how small the sale line by the administration in eliminate the mosquito prob- Clearfield. for the students so they may ob- officials ruled the death of tain credits toward a degree in Mf SSfQfl fO Although both the Senate and setting the bus routes and stops, lem as well as make the present Turn to Page 8, Col. 2 Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 7 Please Turn to Page 8( Col. 8 Sfflit This fall... Improvements Listed At Prince Gallitzm COALPORT A discussion of upcoming improvements at Prince Gallitzin State Park and the outlining of further plans for the National Campers and Hikers Association Campvention scheduled for the park in July, 1967, high- lighted last night's joint meeting of the B-C-I Industrial De- velopment Association and the Coalport Area Champer of Commerce. Ray W. Martz, park superintendent, stated that among the improvements scheduled to begin this fall are the con- struction of the new water tower, the grading and com- pletion of roads in the Campvention area and the es- tablishment of 750 new camp sites complete with a private ;geaver Valley, beach area. Mr. Martz announced the The entrance to the beach compietion of an attractive brick and marina wijl be widened and sigll) built in the shape of a shale applied to the parking lots keystone and placed at the Coal- at the marina, the Wyerough port entrance of the park. This boat dock area, and the new marker and additional signs giv- boat dock area located between __---------------- the breast of the dam and Please Turn to Page 2, Col. 6 Cloudy with rain or occasional light rain to- night and little tempera- ture change. Continued cool Wednesday with rain ending and becoming part- ly cloudy in the afternoon. Sunrise Clearfield River Level Monday 7 p. m. 5.10 feet Today 7 a. m. 5.10 feet (station- Clearfield Weather Monday low 40; High 64; Overnight low 40. Mid State Airport Monday low 28; High 45; Overnight low 33. WANT FOOTBALL DETAILS Dennis H. Walther, son of Mr. higher education, and Mrs. Bruce Walther of 802 Turnpike Ave., a suicide by car- bon monoxide Time of death was listed as 11 p. m. Saturday. State police from the Clear- Please Turn to Page 16, Col. 6 Registration Slated Thursday for Adult Night School Classes Area residents wishing to en- Genevieve Bloff To Address Rally DUBOIS Secretary of In- ternal Affairs Genevieve Blalt, a candidate for re-election, will speak at a rally sponsored by the Women's Democratic Club- DuBois Area, John F. Kennedy Chapter, on Wednesday, Oct. 5. The rally will begin at PTTV fAP1! A 1 J V ape- bombers cial Vatican mission will leave to that bombs on Communist areas in the demilitar- ized zone. The eight-engine flying in from Guam before for South Viet Nam today dawn today also unloaded tons help promote peace of explosives on North Vietnam- troubled nation, ese supply dumps inside the The Vatican announced that the mission will attend an ex- traordinary conference to study the problems of the Roman Catholic Church in Viet Nam. Sources at the Vatican said the mission would undoubtedly seek an agreement to restore peace between the often clash- ing Buddhist majority and Cath- olic minority there as a contri- Plcase Turn to Page 8, Col. 1 Damage Tops In Three No One Is Injured No one was injured as a re- GSA To Rebid Job On DuBois Campus roll in the adult evening school p. m. in the Lithuanian Club suu of three traffic accidents bution toward the eventual end classes held annually by the here, according to Mrs. Pat yesterday in the Clearficld-Phil- all fighting in the country. Clearfield Area School District, Dillman, chapter president. iosburg area. Property damage There was no disclosure of are reminded of the registra- Also slated to speak arc Jo amounted to what other moves the mission tion date Thursday night Hays of State College, candi- A tractor-trailer sidcswiped a might undertake but Vatican Persons register in Room date for the State Senate, and car jn the act of overtaking the contacts described the trip lo persons mas rtaiMxi in n.uum __ cioto Pnl. Vint Nam as nf "maior im- of "major im- Allen at 371-4344. J.11G iciiianji in i General State Authority said m j high school Robert Melton of State Col- car in a mishap which occurred Viet Nam as Monday it will rebid the general from 7 to 9 D m lege, candidate for the General about p. m. on Route 322 portance. construction contract for a pro- classes are scheduled to be- Assembly. east of Clearfield. The head of the mission is ject at Pennsylvania State Uni- gin of Oct. 10 with Tickets for the rally may be sute police from the Clear- Archbisnop Sergio Pignedoh vcrsity's DuBois Campus, Clear- .variety of courses offered obtained by calling Mrs. Frank ficld substation said the truck ipostohc delegate to Canada. The field rmmtv a ol courses oiierea. 371-6672, Mrs. Dillman driver Barrv D. Johnson, 26, Pope received him in audience iieiu Bounty. Persons desiring to take VT rornpHus Last January, the GSA a lo- _-------------_ at or Mrs. oorneiius Turn t Page 8 Col 2 Please Turn to Page 16, Col. 6 cated for construction Please Turn to Page 2, Col. 7 at 371-4344. riease iuin LU of a classroom-laboratory-office building at the DuBois campus. Bids for the project were re- ScrCHltOll TO OpCII ccived last Aug. 31, but they totaled more (5OP P16OClUCirT6rS than the allocation. t Since the bidding, Penn Slate PhlllpSDUrg has received a federal grant which it will apply to the PHILIPSBURG Governor project allocation, leaving a de- William W. Scranton will open ficit of the Republican headquarters The GSA said it would accept here next Tuesday. Stewart new proposals for the general Dunsrr.ore, Philipsburg Area Re- construction contract in an ef- publican chairman, announced fort to pare down the excess today. Examine Sketches At Philipsburg .l.psburg grant of has been ap- proved for Philipsburg Borough to cover half the cost of con- .itructing a bathing beach and _ r. i LJ i beginner's ski slope at Cold PHILIPSBURG The Philipsburg State General Hospital Strcanl Dam. u Boord of examined preliminary sketches for the Announccmcnt of lhc grant costs. The headquarters will be in annex during an otherwise routine meeting approval came from sen, J0. The original unofficial low bid, the Finberg Building, corner of hefe ,ast night seph s Clark jn a to for general construction was Front and Laurel streets. The nowever, are not due to be submitted Marie Garner ot the Cen- The governor will be accom- af Horrisburo until March and the pre-final plans in late tre County Democratic Commit- panied by Senator Daniel A. D ftrnue tee. She read the message last Bailey, Representatives Eugene "e h board went on record as favoring night at the regional meeting Fulmer and Max Bossart, Coun- ln oih-r moners, me e f Federated Democratic IV Chairman Arthur Rose, and the establishment of an intensive care unit. This unit would ftf Ccnlre Counly County Vice Chairman Sally involve a six or eight-bed facility and would be tor post- ai college. Woodring. operative patients needing The grant was made by the compared to an alloca- tion of Vandals Cause Damage to Signs PHILIPSBURG State Po- operative The party is scheduled to be special care. Mr. Curlis also announced Department of Housing and lice are investigating that, over here from to p. m. Hospital Administrator Per- that Commissioner .loseph Wil- Urban Development under'the lice are investigating vandalism The governor will be at Clear- ry E. Curtis reported that in- ijamson nas agreed to set up federal Open Spaces program. that over the weekend, resulted field before coming to Philips- stallation of the new X-ray ma- R mcctinK Of trustees of all the Former State Senator Jo Hayt in damage to 17 Stat" Highway burg and will go from here to chine is expected f be com general hospitals. This of State College, who was in Department signs along Route Bollefonte where he will offi- piolcd this week, that work on jnvolvc a two or three-day attendance at the meeting, made 504 The Black Moshannon road, cially open the party headquar- installing a operaiing room confrrence at which the trus- the following romment: of Philipsburg. ten there. floor began yesterday morn- tees can discuss mutual prolv "We would be remiss if Damage was estimated at The public is invited to attend ing. and that construction of the ,ems and procedures. No date did not extend our thanks to to (he that had been shot the opening. Refreshments will K-friseration unit must be com- p 4 through, twisted and mutilated, be served. plelcd by Nov. 26. 1 lease iuin to i iNEWSPAFERr SFAPERl ;

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