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   Progress, The (Newspaper) - October 1, 1966, Clearfield, Pennsylvania                               Today's Chuckk' There's one thins you can say for the men in charge of our Government they're running it like nobody's business THE PROGRESS N'L pennint race still hot. See Page 7. Philip.burq, Moihcmnon Pq 1966 Conservative Y Listing Could Affect Race Copitj Daily 28 PAGES TODAY .ay is extremely mite is Qoing to help and that's def- candidatJ f Milton Shapp, the Democratic candidate tor governor. ________ The spokesman, reached Fri- day night at Shapp's Philadel- phia campaign headquarters shortly after the decision was handed down, said the Demo- crats believe that Edward S S w a r t z, the Conservative Party s candidate for governor could poll up to votes. In a close race this might be enough to win the election for Shapp. He emphasized, however, that it is already late in the cam- paign and "we don't know what WASHINGTON (AP) _ Presi- this will mean." dent Johnson's bill to squeeze Asked whether these votes the, might have been cast for Lt steam OU! of swollen U-S- Gov. Ravmond P' Shafer' hfs cleared the House Shapp's Republican opponent if I ,T in the the Conservative Party had 're- eXGmP lndUs" mamed off the ballot, the I' spokesman said: measure would suspend for about 16 months the 7 per cent investment tax credit that keep the Conservatives "off "the 1" a boom ballot because they thought the and equipment buy- elsewhere." referred to a Economic Bill OK d By House By EDMOND LE BKETON DEFENSE ATTORNEYS These three men represent Jon E. Yount 28 of DuBo' his tnol for the rope-murder of Pamela Sue Rimer, 18, of luthersbura R D T R. Blattey (Progress Photo) of Florida Watches Inez... Sidelights Of Trial Since Wednesday the lourt- room has been packed to capac- ity hut the crowd has respected the court's ruling against emo- tional outbursts of anv kind. However, there were a few .snickers uhen Defense Attorney Trooper Admitte Like Bad Dream Court Is Told j By SETTY HAMILTON Progress Staff Writer Authorities yesterdcy quoted Jon E. a box as ones he had taken from the Yount fireplace and sent to the crime lab for an- alysis. "Well, it's hard to look at them and say those are ex- actly the same ashes." the trooper replied with a slight smile. The state police are proving to he some of the most wary and exact witnesses on the stand. Recent Supreme Court rulings have made them aware of the fact that any indica- tion in the testimony" that the police failed to protect the rights of a defendant could he used as reason for a retrial. Yount as havina bX DuBois Area High School teacher to state and District Attorney John K Reilly Jr. two hours after his arrest were admitted into evidence yesterday after- Accidents Hospitalize 3 in Area noon. Three persons hospital two others uere treated and released and damage to- taled more than S3 300 in a scries oC accidents on in the past BULLETIN Among those testifying this rooming were Michael Kennis of kesv ille. the boy friend of Pamela Sup Rimer, and Lt C. M Rombarger. chemist at ths Ms.p police crime laboratory at Ifarnsburg The court is ex- ppcterl to be in session until late this afternoon. The trial, because of its un- usual circumstances a teach- er charged vuth killing one of distriet highways his pupils is now attracting three days- national attention. Both CBS and A Clearfield man. R Ear NBC are asking for coverage Wnifehill, 64. of 134 Nichols St and both the Associated Press and United Press-International are carrying daily stories ment of the Republican Scran- About lhe time the House was ton Administration, asking the passjn" the bill 221 to 118 Pri- court to uphold the decision of day- was appealing to the State Elections Bureau The 10 more Governors to trim pub- bureau had rejected the Con- lie sPending in their states in servative Party's nominating con-iunction with the adminis- papers on the ground that the tration's anti-inflation program, papers of one of the candidates A11 Dl't one of the 10 governors did not have enough signatures, indicated a willingness to try to "We also feel that this places do some economizing. Gov. Paul Shafer in a the B. Johnson. Mississippi Demo- spokesman said. "He has to crat- remained silent when the make a bid for the Conservative governors met with newsmen Hurricane Stalks Coast of Cuba ls Ilsted ln satisfactory condi- tion at the Clearfield "Hospital following a one-car accident on Route 879 one-tenth of a mile Visiting newsmen are express- from tne borough line ing great admiration for Judge Sute Police reported he was Cherry's handling of the trial. west on Route 879 They describe him as not only v''hen he swerved to the right a fair judge, but one with a trig- lo avoid an oncoming vehicle and in doing so, struck a 14-inch high sidewalk on a T uiiv, it li td t-l ger mind and a fine understand- ing of the law. Please Turn to Page 10, Col. 4 By BEN FUNK Ward turn that brought all of MIAMI, Fla. (AP) Hurri- Communist Cuba in range of cane Inez, sucking new power her howling winds and torren- vote or lose it. We will watch the third in a series of into her system from the tepid tial rains. his stance with great interest." House conferences John- waters of the Caribbean, lashed And as Prime Minister Fidol Jack Conmy Shafer's press son is holding with state chief and tore at Cuba again today Castro JfumS watched an eco secretary, said Shafer would executives. and once more Floridians fol- nomi "as er develop mWs" New Vork Gov. Nelson A. the killer storm's erratic alreadv totteringf natiL Inez the court decmon. Rockefeller, a Republican, said with alarm. Decame again a defrnke menace were to the U.S. mainland sisn With more than 100 dead in for Florida. Inez crossed them her wake and possibly many up during the night with a west- mere, Inez screamed out of the "uvixticiici, a ncpumican Said aiaim. _ informed of the Democrats' he told the President: "I know Just forecasters were interpretation of the situation, all of us want to cooperate with considering the "all clear" sign npfiinpH ______ c -j r _ he again declined comment. The --State Com- mittee also had no JSFrH'rhenl. Swartz, in a statement Fri- day, also indicated that the Re- publicans had attempted to keep his parly off the ballot, saying; "If there is any additional harassment or attempt by one to further restrict our e'f- Please Turn to Page 2, Col. 6 Please Turn to-Page 10. Col. 8 into Cuba's eastern- most Oncnte Province Friday, battering that agriculturally rich area wuh wind gusts up to 138 miles an hour. The Weather Bureau thought then she would veer northward come off the island into the Atlantic, then hammer the cen- tral Bahamas on a track that would keep her clear of Florida Curwensville Council Invites Groups To Meeting on Monday African Diplomats m _ Predict Passage Of Jurors Will Report On Thursday Because of the length of the Yount trial, jurors who were asked to report for duty Monday are ask- ed to report instead at 9 a. m. next Thursday, Oct. 6. The order changing the time was issued yesterday by Judge John A. Cherry. the Moose Creek Bridge. His 1963 sedan sustained S900 damage in the accident at p. m. yester- day. He is suffering from cuts of the face and chest and a broken right arm. About four hours earlier, two persons were injured in a car- truck accident at Irvona. A sedan, operated by Carrie Sharon Ball, 19, Of Coalport, was east on Legisla- Route 17022 and had nego- tiated a curve when, she told police, she was blinded by an oncoming xehicle and crashed into a parked truck loaded with Please Turn to Page 10, Col. 2 CUnWENSYILLE _ A .special By WILLIAM N. OATIS j j NATIONS, fvi. Y. (AP) African diplomats pre- dicted today that their resolution to have the United Na- A special "ons, take over South-West African from South Africa meeting to which all Curwcns- would pass the General Assembly by a vote of at least 70 2 Mile clubs and anticipated that only Portugal and South Africa will _ i an nt t lhe rest of the 119 members would either abstain from voting or else stay away, the______________________' Hints From Heloi.se Comics ii Sports 7 Obituaries jn Hospital News ........3, 9 Editorial, Columns 4 School News Church News 5 Business Week 2 Hello World........... 3 World's Week 3 hold Monday at p. m. by Borough Council Council President Frank J-Iamnski explained the purpose of the meeting is to start dis- cussions with all Curwensville orgatma'ions with respect to Council's 1967 community proj- ects program. "You will be under no obli- gation other than to answer roll rail, hear mv plans and receive list of community projects to take back to your Mi Harzinski staled in a printed announce- ment sent to the various or- ganisations Ho noted that, the proposed projects will have a direct hear- ing on the 1967 boiough budget. diplomats predicted. The Communist nailed down Friday when goha came out as a sponsor of the resolution and the Soviet Union, after some earlier grum- bling, announced support for it. The assembly has been debat- ing the question almost every day for the last two weeks Un- less a compromise proposal is put in, the debate will end next Fndav or (he following Monday or Tuesday and the vote will lake place then. Touched Off by Pope's U. S. Says Raids By Cuban Exiles Serve No Need WASHINGTON Groans of dismav are heard at the State Department each time anti-Castro exiles stage a hit- and-run raid on Cuba. It's not that U S South-West Africa is a former German territory. South Africa holds it under a 1920 mandate from (he old League of Nations. The International Court of Jus- tice in The Hague last July 18 threw out an Ellnopian-Liberian have svmpathv for Fidel complaint that South Afnca had iro's Communh. regime -i tVcv violated the mandate by iniro- hope and believe ,t Will collapse segregation in the sooner or later under Angry African, work soon affer that. Bui thev insist lhe raids serve Please Turn to Page 10. Col. 7 Bombers Pound Red Troops In Double Raid By ROBERT TUCKMAN SAIGON, South Viet Nam (AP) _ U. S. B52 bombers pounded Communist troops in South Viet Nam with two raids today for a second consecutive day of double strikes One of the raids hit at North Vietnamese infiltration routes ,ust south of the demilitarized zone where American Marines are fighting North Vietnamese forces in Operation Prairie. _ In both Yount admitted kiLling Pamela, an honor student in the DuBois Area High School and the only girl in his accelerated math class. He was quoted as saying that he had killed her by hitting her over the head with a wrench and choking her He claimed he "blacked out" after that and did not remember any. thing until he started back to his car from the murder scene. a wooded area about feet from the Rirner home. Yount. the father of two smalj children, is charged with the murder and rape of the girl. Dr John Unger. Brookville pathologist, who performed an autopsy on the body, said under cross examination yesterday that in view of Pamela's age and good health, she might have survived her head wounds. The primary cause of her death, he said, was the slitting of her w-mdpipe which caused her lungs to fill with blood. Dr. Unger also testified thai macroscopic examination made during the autopsy showed def- initely the girl had been crim- inally assaulted. District Attorney Reilly m questioning the defendant at the DuBois Substation on the morn- ing of April 29, asked him if he had had relations with the girl. "I don't believe I did statement read. "I don't re- member. It wasn't my intention But 1 must have suggested .something like that m the car- she got so upset. I don't remem- ber at all." The statements to the district Please Turn V Page 10, Col. 3 Four Killedlr7 Route 22 Crash Faithful Take Up Posts In Vigil for Viet Peace 'N VIET NAM-Airman 1. C. William H. Janke, above, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Janke of Win- burne, is currently station- ed at Phan Rang, Sooth Vi- et Nam, as a member of the 366th Air Force Field Maintenance Squadron. The airman, a 1962 grad- uate of West Branch Area High School, has been in Viet Nam for 10 months and expects to be rotated back to the States in late November. He enlisted in the Air Force in February of 1963 and received his basic training at Lackland AFB, Tex. This is lhe area hit by the two B52 raids Friday. The latest bombing, at midnight Friday, struck 20 miles west of Dong The other Stratofort raid "P 'heir crippling oressnrp FnH.iv PiW- n.> only contacts made in the two operations near the Bo2 raids. Cher North Viet Nam, U.S. j iic uiiii'i 01 aiuion ram f came at noon todav. The long- Frida-v- Pllols flew range bombers hit" at Commu- missions against nut troop headquarters and depots' misslle siles and supply 40 miles northwest of the coastal city of Qui Nhon. The heavv strike wras in sup- faf'llltles in the Hanoi- "eas and the soulh- Gr" dlc' port of US. 1st Catalrv. Airmo- command, m a dc- Division troops ln Opera- one American plane was shot down lion Timer Ground action across South Viet Nam uas reported small and scattered once again The over raids Nam. the 3S8th Please Turn to Page io. Col l PITTSBURGH (AP) _ A sta- lion wagon and car collided neadon on Route 22-30 just west of here Fndav night, killing four persons and injuring a woman Two of the dead were ministers lulled were the Rev. Robert were i. Hollenbeck. 36, of Midway in Washington County, pastor of the First Baptist Church of Mid- wax; his wife. Virginia, 36; the Rev. James Spaulding, 31, of Burgetlstown pastor of the First Baptist Church of Burgetistown- and Edward F. Scullion 59 of Pittsburgh The Rev Mr. Spaulding's wife, Patricia 3.5 was m serious con- nUion in Ohio Vallev General Hospital. -Scullion who was alone, was the dnvei of a car that swerved out of contiol on the four-lane Clearing and cooler to- night with chance of scat- tered light frost. Low 35 to 40. Fair and warmer Sun- day. Sunrise Clearfield River level Friday 7 p. m. 5.45 feet Today 7 a. m. 5.65 feet Precipitation .82 inches. Clearfield Weather Friday low 42; High 52; Overnight low 42. Mid State Airport Friday low High 53; Overnight low 36. By GEORGE W. CORNELL AP Religion Writer NEW YORK (AP) They lake up their solemn post today outside Hie United Nations. Off and on, in the next month, they're likely to appear there or at other places across the land, their heads bowed in supplica- tion. Devout men, troubled men, in clerical collars, prayer caps or plain civilian suits, Protestants, Roman Catholics and Jews, they are sentries in a vast vigil for peace in Viet Nam. In a "critical world situa- said Bishop Reuben H. -Mueller, president of the Na- tional Council of Churches, "may our prayers for peace and for those who suffer be fervent and unceasing." Touched off by the special help in 01 manv other religions bodies fightin" nave joined in calling for con- for div me "Make October a month vhrn Football Scores The Associated Press iiv, I everv church will open Uninnjm.-n 10 u- i thr. AU_ u 19, Washington 0 of Dr. 11 Fnnklm Nashville, lent) Jeannette 0 Mt. Union 6 Jefferson Morgan 2S, South President of the Bapl 26 -lersc, usi convention, in urging B.ip- Shore J4 lists to join with Roman Oihn- Lebanon 20 York H npriJnd Middletown'l3, Milton Hrrshev period of prayer. Ho iom- 12 mented: "Together, u, Blakely 20, Tunkhannor-k 0 achieve amazing results The Pope, in his Marks 17th Anniversary China Pledges Viet Support Bv JOHN RODERICK warned the United Stales that if TOKYO (AP) Commun-st it dared to force China into war China marked its 17th anni'cr- millions of bravelv sarv todaj with a pledge to Mip- tuhung Liberation Armv troops port the Vietnamese Cominu- and several tons of millions of msts in the end ,ind a vvarmna milHM and Red Guards who arc to the I' nited -Slates not to force the fraternal rrar of the Libera- China into n.ir tion would he waitni" Drfonsp MuiMei J.in PMO, Mic 59 year-old be.spertaderJ sprakins for party Chairman rfcfrnse minister, the No. 2 man Mao Tse tuns and HIP Contra! in Ihp Communist Chinese hier- Conimittee of the Communist arrhv, appeared with Mao and told a cheering throng of other leaders of the state and milhons: before a crowd estimated "We are determined (o sup at 2'4 to 3 million persons ln port to the end the fight of the Peking's Gate Please Turn to Page 2, Col. 7 FOR DETAILS SEEPAGE 12 calling the Southeast "on- Erie zd, Titusviiie 7 lict a threat of "a more evten- St. Marys 32, Ridgway K 14 i uriKnannorx lk> "lc m me i s iiale Of Heavctllv Bishop McDevitt 20, Chambers- fraternal Vietnamese people in Peace Square, ourg 6 resisting America and This Is Really The Cat's Meow In one right (the same night in which the ad be- low appeared in The Prog- ress Classified section) this woman had found good homos for all of her kittens "I was so sur- pnsed when they were all gone." she said. "It didn't take long at all he surprised too at the results of a Classified. WANTED. Good home for part-angora kittens. Phone Clrarfield 765-41 fig. Mrs. I-ewis Taylor, ing E. Cher- ry St., Clearfield. Turn to Pajje 2, Col. 1 Page 7, Col. 2 their countrv, whatever sacri- fice have to make." He also echoed an editorial in thp Peking People's DaiK which "lomlorrd in earlier that Anniversary also marked Turn ,o. Col. To Buy, Sell, Rent, Trade, Use lhe Progress Classified Ads Phone Clearfield 765-5535 Or Yonr Nearest Progresi Office. Jt 0 Mo Valley 19 Bradford 6 Punxsutawney High 6 Lock Haven 12 Huntingdon 7 NEWSPAPER! SlEWSPAPFld   

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