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   Progress, The (Newspaper) - October 6, 1966, Clearfield, Pennsylvania                               Today's Chuckle The weren't colder IB Grandpa's time, but the people were. THE PROGRESS Tip 'The Double Assessed Valua- is tonight's editorial topic. Read it on Page 4. Vol. 60 No. 236 Our 56th Cleorfield, Curwentville, Philiptburg. Volley, Pa., October 6, 1966 Daily 32 PAGES TODAY Summations, Charge Awaited in Trial Doctors Say No Insanity SHORTWAY PAVING operations can be seen in this picture taken in the Mt. Joy area near Clearfield. Section 28 starts at the curve in the middle and continues some four miles to Moose Creek out of sight in the background. In foreground is part of Section 29 which leads into the high-level Fulton Bridges at Wolf Run. Most of the paving has been com- pleted in this area. (Photo by Jack Zipf) By Cleorfield Authority... Plans Made For Big Water Tank The Clearfield Municipal Authority made plans this morning to hold a special meeting to authorize bids for a one million gallon water storage plant at Hillsdale as soon as specifications are ready. The new tank will be erected on the site of the present temporary tank installed last fall to correct a low water pressure situation at Hillsdale and other sections of the community caused by the closing of one of the Authority's water supplies, the Moose Creek Reservoir. Cost of the million gallon tank will be borne by the Common- wealth of Pennsylvania under an agreement between the State Highway Department and Au- thority officials. The contract itself, in which the Commonwealth agrees to reimburse the Authority for cer- tain corrections already made to the system and to meet the cost of the new storage tank, was officially accepted by the Authority as it met in regular session this morning. Negotia- tions on the agreement have 66 Viet Cong Surrender As Allies Close In By ROBERT TUCKMAN SAIGON, South Viet Nam soldiers surrendered en as American, Korean and By BETTY HAMILTON Progress Staff Writer The Jon E. Yount murder- rape trial neared an end this morning after two psychia- trists and a psychologist from the Warren State Hospital testified that from their ex- amination and made of the defendant he if not insane and had full knowledge of his acts on the evening of April 28. Psychiatrists Arthur Hoshin- ko and Harold J Rhinehart and Psychologist Eugene Cease were called to the stand this morning as the last rebuttal witnesses for the Commonwealth. Since the defense indicated it planned no rebuttal the case is expected to go to the jury of seven women and five men late this afternoon or tomorrow morning after summations by the and defense at- been under way for about two South ietnamese forces closed Status of Other Protects Listed... years, instigated by the Author- in on an encircled, fragmented ity when it was forced to close Communist force on the central the Moose Creek supply be- cause of highway construction Work To Start on Another Shortway Section on its watershed. reached three members of the state hospital staff were made during the 10 days Yount was confined surrener to tne hospital for observation. Psychologist cease said he had terstate highway in this area, extends 8.8 miles from Route mains to be built. It is four Here's a brief rundown on the guard rails, etc.) The firm, which was award- 255 to Elliott State Park and miles long and construction status of other sections: ed a construction contract Sept. will be the longest s Shortway plans are scheduled to be sent Sec. 24 Route 219 to Route 27 to build the section between project in the county. Construe- to Harrisburg Dec. 1 from the 255, 68 per cent complete, now Kylertown and Lanse, is expect- tion plans for the job are now District Office at Clearfield. being paved. Please Turn to Page 6, Col. 8 wholesale raised to about 300 the number Under 'Terms' of the agree- ot prisoners taken by the com- made various psychiatric tests ment the Commonwealth will bined alhed m five days of on the defendant and found him reimburse the Authority for ex- operation. It was probably the to be an indjvidua' of superior penditures as follows: war's biggest prisoners, who finds it diffi- f incurred to con- and in addition the allied forces cult think with tne group struct the temporary Hillsdale claimed nearly 550 North Viet- and share the thinking of his fel- tank and a pipe line from a namese and Viet Cong killed m low man He said Yount is aggressive with a preoccupation wiCh sex Sll.502.84 incurred to con- To the nortJ just below the and has a tendency toward ex- on County s 32 miles in Centre County will Joyj 98 per cent, cleanup opera- struct a new pipe line from the demilitarized zone, U.S. plosivc and destructive impulse ir also re- be tions (planting grass, erecting Montsomerv Dam transmission M Putman and Green Inc. of ed to take about two years to awaiting State Highway Depart- When completed, construction Sec. 27 Elliott Park to Pbilipsburg is expected to start complete the 3.4-mile job. ment approval at Harrisburg. of some 42 Shortway miles in Moose Creek, 77 per now Montgomery the pincer operation" north of work this month on Section 34 Only one complete Shortway One other section, which ex- Clearfield County will have being paved. tankJ QUJ Nhon. of the Keystone Shortway in section remains to be built in tends to Route 219 north of Du- cost million. Cost of the sec. 28 Moose Creek to Mt. Clearfield County, one of the the county. It is Section 25-26, Bois from Jefferson last remaining pieces of the in- combined into one job, which Kyle Run Reservoir, also re- be 538.4. tions (planting grass, erecting Montgomery Dam "transmission Marines braved a hail of Com- f L M Lawrence Supervisors Drive Necessity Cited... Johnson expands oisms problems Man ila In to laok- at 13 Agencies, I V i Vff i i i I m- m m Discussion of sanitary sewer 9 problems in the township took II f II Major Tour U F Urges Clearfielders line to the Bigler Road area, munist grenades and waded in ernotions under control. Sec. 29 Mt. Joy to Wolf to correct low pressure there, ankle-deep mud Wednesday to Mr. Cease said that Run, 81 per cent, being paved, also attributed to the Moose capture the last hill along a Creek closing. four-mile ridge they had been V incurred to con- clearing of North Vietnamese struct, in the Mt. Zion Road for 15 days, area, a small storage tank and Marine casualties were de- when Yount was examined May 11, he found some indication of an emotional disorder since the de- fendant did not function at the level to be expected of a man of pipe line from the transmission scribed as light, but three 90mm his intelligence and background. By DOUGLAS B. CORNELL WASHINGTON (AP) President Johnson is expanding main. tank shells fired in support of To date, the Commonwealth the Leathernecks fell short, kill- has paid toward the to- ing three Marines and wounding tal reimbursible amount-of-S72r- seven others in the base camp 838.51 agreed upon for these for the operaton. projects. The Marine operations below As reported, the Common- the demilitarized zone for the Dr. Hoshinko testified that his examination, which included a physical examination, showed Yount to be a healthy male with evidence of hives and some im- pairment of his eyesight which is corrected with glasses. Please Turn to Page 10, Col. 4 Please Turn to Page 10, Col. 3 Please Turn to Page 10, Col. 5 Leaders of the Clearfield Area United Fund today urged engineer for the Pennsylvania industry, business and individual citizens to "take a look o ttb, Be- '3 Up n for Foe Glided By Democrats Told and South Korea, as well as me Philippines. Johnson's plans were disclosed today by governments tions. Bills and payroll amounting "We feel lwre that if to consider the com- jonnson 5 piana were aistioaeu louay oy yuvci iimcnia i r _r TU -i- in werp annrnved for nav- rnunity services these agencies provide, said Chairman of several of the Asian nations. There was no immediate to 103 were approved lor pay _______ a i- word from the White House, but the President scheduled an afternoon news conference that was expected to bring his confirmation nouncements from abroad. The news conference was set Gates, township solicitor. Woman Injured As Car Flips End Over End ment. Present were Francis Rumsky, Kenneth Gra- ot tne an- ham and Walter Haversack, Sec- retary Harry Baney and John B. John H. Jackson and Vice Chairman Ralph J. Kane in a Supervisors joint statement, "you will recognize their importance to you and the community and will for 3 p.m. EOT The official visits to the five nations will be sandwiched around the Oct. 24-25 Manila meeting of chiefs of state of the seven countries with troops South Viet Nam. Johnson plans to visit New Zealand Oct. 19-20 and then fly to Australia, before attending Hurricane Inez Stalking New Victim Mexico By BEN FUNK MIAMI, Fla. (AP) Glanc- A Clearfield woman was slightly injured yesterday when Communists in the car in which she was a 6 passenger went out of control and overturned on Route 153, three miles north of Clearfield. Treated and released in the tne Manila meeting" New Clearfield Hospital following the ]and Prime Minister Keith J. accident at p. m. was Holyoake announced in WeUing- Mary Wagner, 38, of 801 Daisy ton. SI. The driver, Lorraine Thur- Australian Prime Minister off Cuba> claimed ston, 43, of 820 Turnpike Ave., Harold Holt said Johnson would Vlctlms- escaped injury. visit his country Oct. 20-22. roared ?n a.cross lhe GuU State police from the Clear- Holyoake said Johnson had Mex'co. today field substation said Mrs. Thur. mapped an itinerary that "w.ll ston, heading south downgrade bring him to New Zealand and behind traffic, applied her then on to Australia, Thailand, brakes for a slowing vehicle Malaysia, and South Korea as ahead of her. well as to the Philippines con- In doing so she lost control i on Viet Nam on the wet highway and a front wheel dropped over the berm causing her 1966 sedan to turn end over end, finally coming to rest on its roof. No damage estimate was giv- en. was that Death Penalty To Be Asked Again for Ruby By LEE JONES AUSTIN, Tex. (AP) Dist. Ally. Henry Wade says the state will seek the death penalty again for Jack Ruby, whose conviction for killing accused presidential assassin Lee Har- vey Oswald was set aside Wednesday. Defense counsel expressed confidence, however, that the former Dallas night club opera- tor will free within months if he is allowed to plead guilty .to a charge of murder without mal- ice. in Dallas, was chief prosecutor in the trial ending Turn to Page 6, Col. if the Maya Indians. Forecasters said Inez, in the 13th day of her tempestuous travels through the Western the Malav Hemisphere, might crawl along TJ the north coast of the peninsula SoTnson would .wl.nds country Oct. 30-31. It ltlland over the dense troplc JUn' the first official mention n' u i j Mrs. Johnson would ac- might _____......._ through the rums of a remarka- ble Mayan civilization built shortly after the death of Christ, to reach the important city of Merida, with its resi- dents. With one last vicious blow at Cuba, Inez damaged the tobacco crop, source of Havana cigars. In her earlier sweep across the eastern part of the Communist island, she had laid waste to sugar fields. to- By JOHN L. TAYLOR HARRISBURG (AP) Gov. Scranton chided legislative Democrats today for attempting to take credit for passage of the mental health Please Turn to Page 10, Col. 3 Clear and cool with scat- tered frost tonight, low mostly in the 30s. Friday sunny and warmer. Sunrise C lea rf raid River Level Wednesday 7 p. 5.62 feet Today 7 a. feet Clearfield Weather Wednesday I o w 38; High 52; Overnight low 40; Precipitation .03 inches. Mid State Airport Wednesday low 41; High 53; Overnight low 35. Please Turn to Page 10, Col. 4 FREE FOOTBALLS! IN VIET NAM Pfc. Philip L. Lightner, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. John F. Light- ner of Grampian, is cur- rently stationed at Chu Lai, Viet Nam, serving with B Company, First Bat- talion, Fifth Marine Divis- ion. He is a graduate of Purchase Line High School and after entering the ser- vice in 1964, received ba- sic training at Parris Is- land, S. C. He also trained at Camp Lejeune, N. C., and completed a six-month Mediterranean cruise with the Marine Corps. Before being sent to Viet Nam in June, he spent a 30-day leave with his brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Fran- cis Lightner ot Mahaffey. give your fair share ward their support. "There is hardly a person in the area that is not served in some way or another, either di- rectly or indirectly through a relative, by at least two or comprehensive three of these they pointed out. "Business and in- He also called on the opposi- dustry benefit, too, from these tion, which controls the House, agency services to their em- lo act on an administration pro- ployes, their customers and the Posal that would allow all corn- community as a whole." munity- colleges to finance con- The cha'irmen emphasized the struction through the State Pub- need for "Fair Share" giving lie School Building Authority. if the goal is to be "The mental health bill was reached and called attention to not- a one party operation by any the suggested "Fair Share' Scranton told a news schedule that appears on the conference. "It was a joint ef- back of each pledge card. This suggests one hour's pay per month for employes and from one to two per cent of annual income for executives and those in professional jobs. "This is possible and not bur- densome if the payroll deduc- tion plan is they noted. "Out of the pocket con- tributions necessarily are limit- ed m most cases, but by per- mitting a small deduction from your paycheck each pay period you can give 'Fair Share' without it really hurting." As a reminder of the agency services provided, they called attention to these brief profiles of each agency that benefits Please Turn to Page 10, Col. 7 Scranton On Importance Of Passage of Bill November Vote Clearfield County's 50 munici- palities will receive this month as their share of the liquid fuels taxes collected for local road, street and bridge improvements. Across the state, the municipalities will get a of Boroughs Brisbin S Burnsidc Chester Hill......... Clearfield Coalport Curwensville Glen Hope Grampian Houtzdale Irvona Lumber City DUBOIS Democratic can- didates brought a pointed mes- sage to a county-wide audience last night "get' out the vote total Nov. 8 and make sure the vot- ers know the issues." Secretary of Interior Gene- Blatt, candidate for re- election, was the principal speaker at the annual fall rally of the John F. Kennedy Chap- ter. Democratic Women's Club. "The question before us is not one to be lightly Miss Blatt said. "The future of Pennsylvania, and all Pennsyl- for a long time to come depends on the leadership 570 472 822 2.554 289 462 1.183 812 477 Please Turn to Page 10, Col 6 Please Turn to Page 10, Col. 3 Please Turn to Page 10, Col. 2 FOR DETAILS SEE PAGE 2 Inside The Progress Classified Ads 20, 21 Hints From Heloise 24 Comics 23 News From Around World ft Sports 14, 15 Obituaries ft Hospital News 2: Editorial, 4 Social News 3, 24 Today in History 4 School 5 Sunday School Lesson___9 More on 2 Area Servicemen K Winburne Twins Now Serving in Viet Nam LONG BINH. Viet Privates First Class Joseph B. and Jerome E. Moslak, 20, twin sons of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Moslak, Winburne, Pa., were assigned to the 518th Engineer Detachment at Long Binh, Viet Nam, Sept. 20. The brothers, generator opera tors in the detachment, enter- ed active duty in November 1965, and were last stationed at Ft. Belvoir, Va. They are 1964 graduates of West Branch Area High School. Before entering the Army Jo- seph was employed as a truck driver for Stanley Sankow, Old Lyme, Conn. Jerome was an apprentice surveyor for Berger Associates, Inc., at Harrisburg, Pa. UNWELCOME VISITOR The three oecuponts of this pickup truck paid an unex- pected visit to Stephen Ludrowsky at 417 Sarah St., Oseeola Mills, ot o'clock night. The truck, operated by Jerry Kephart, 17, of Ashland, crashed into the front door, knocking down the front wall and an inside partition, and to against the interior kitchen door. Mr. end Mrs. Ludrowiky and theij ion could been killed had television five rninutct longer. They hod just left livingroom and to bed when the accident oc- curred. The chair on which Mrs. Ludrowsky had fitting was under truck, demolished. None of the family members injured nor were occu- pants of the truck.   

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