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   Progress, The (Newspaper) - October 7, 1966, Clearfield, Pennsylvania                               Today's Chuckfo A pool crowd of people with water in it. THE PROGRESS The World Series baU dominate sports scene, turn to Pages 7. Vof. 60 No, 237 Our 56th Year FridayTOctob.r 7, Doily Cleorfield, Curwemvine, Yount Verdict H.OHWAYS Henry retary of the Keystone Shortway tour of the Keystone and Centre counties spon- Association and the Pennsyl- bridges which will carry the ikground. (Progress Photo) Inside Progress Classified Ads 11, 13, Hints From Hetoise 3 Comics News From Arouad World IT Sports T Obitutrles 17 Hospital Editorial, Columns Social Newt 2, 3, Today in History School News U Church News AP Special Report S More OB Politics I5 World News in Pictures 18 Johnson For Peace Ideas Hopes E. Soult Sr., also an Industrial Division co-chairman. By JOHN M. HIGHTOWER AP Special Correspondent WASHINGTON (AP> presi J Pledged in Drive... dent Johnson hopes to learn-------- from Far Eastern allies during his Manila-conference trip new proposals for ending the war m Viet Nam and new plans for postwar security and recon- struction. The President told a news conference Thursday, in con- firming his schedule for a six- jh ciearneia unncu nation tour later this month indicating that a total of has been pledged so far that at the Manila conference IP0 want to be a good listener as well as an active participant." The schedule calls for the President to be in Manila from ff P Clearfield United Fund At 64 Per Cent Mark Th. Decisions Outlined BULLETIN The murder-rape trial of Jon Yount went to the jury at p. m. today following a lengthy charge by Judge John A. Cherry. Fifteen minutes later the jurors were recoiled to the courtroom by the judge for an explana- tion of first degree mur- der, one of the five pos- sible verdicts that can be reached in the case. The judge said he had neglected to explain it fully during original charge. By BETTY HAMILTON Progress Staff Writer Judge John''A. Cherry be- gan his charge to the jury in the Jon E. Yount murder-rape trial this morning and told the seven women and five men that they have five choices. He said that the jury can rf Press, Officials Take Close Look At Shortway Council OKs Annexation At Philipsburg Oct. 23 to Oct. 27. He will meet with the government heads of South Viet Nam, Korea, Thai- land, the Philippines, New Zea- land, and Australia nations with some forces in the Viet- namese war. Johnson has expanded his trip to the Manila conference into the most extensive Asian tour ever undertaken by an Ameri- can President. He and Mrs. Johnson plan to visit New Zea- At Clearfield Monday... Council To Air Police Matters final week. General Campaign Chairman John H. Jackson congratulated the assembled United Fund would reach the full der; last April 28: Not Guilty; Not guilty by reason of in- sanity; Guilty of first degree mur- the joint problems of finding a new man ,h More than 80 got hand ond its constru last night adopted' an o asked g its construction prob- for the annexation o 20 acres his news conference if there is Valley of Centre -County town. The 20 acres includes the Cold Stream Lane given to the borough by the Philipsburg Coal Page Col. T Grand Opening Stored by New Sf ore af Ramey RAMEY Hansel Sporting Goods holds its grand opening this weekend in its newly con- structed A-frame building cated along Route 253, tne Houtzdale-Ramey highway. The store, owned and oper- ated by Gerard A. Hansel, fea- by private planes from rmsourgh, Harrisburg York, Scranton Wilkes Barre and Allentown airports to Mid- State and then transported by three FuUmgton buses over the Shortway route. Starting at Section 35 the Viaduct bridges, two high-level structures bridging the Moshan- non Creek at the Cleared- Centre counties line, the tour took the news representatives over the rough-graded Shortway to Section 36, west of Shoe, where Robert Bush, Andrew Belko and William Webster properties. All of the properties are lo- cated in Rush Township. Before Please Turn to Page 10, Col. T County GOP Committee Kills f lection Move Snow Members the Clearfield stop was made county Republican Committee, Of Viet Action By ROBERT TUCKMAN SAIGON, South Viet Nam B52 bombers pound- ed North Viet Nam just above a Police dvif Service Commission examination. Since requires at least three applicants, the cxammotion could not be conducted.--------------------------------- The mayor pointed to a low starting salary as one reason for the lack of more applica- tions and suggested that the salary be raised from the pres- ent a month. The Com- mission, according to Mayor Clark, also recommended the increase. Council went a step further, after Councilman Roy E. Wise T- suggested the need for a s t u d'y on salaries goal. "Between now and next Thursday's report meeting, we need the help of the remaining prospects, business firms and employe groups together. They can help Clearfield and the 13 United Fund Agencies by mak- ing their Fair Snare Pledges the United Way so that our volunteers will be able to report all remaining prospects at next Thursday's meeting. "We are on the verge of a great United Fund Campaign victory" Chairman Jackson said. "This is the week of de- cision. We are confident Clear- field can and will answer this challenge." The report meeting was high- lighted by the announcement of by" the W. K. Ulerich In- dustrial team, bringing their tomorrow team total to Also, Ed R6tail team Mfss Pageant has been an- nounced- by the pageant spon- of tecond degree Guilty murder; Or guilty 'of voluntary manslaughter. Judge Cherry also noted that they must find Yount either guilty or innocent of the rape charge. But if guilty, be con- Progrom Listed For Junior Miss Pageant Saturday sors, the Clearfield Jaycees. men Mrs. Wallace Riley and Mrs. Allan Ryan reported a to- murder. The judge began his charge at a. m. and called a 15- minute recess at noon before continuing. Prior to the recess he said that the case must be judged on the evidence alone and on the application of the proper laws. He reminded the jurors that no matter bow expert some of the witnesses were classified as their testimony must only be considered as opinions. Much of the Commonwealth's case, he said, is based on cir- Please Turn to Page 17, Col. 3 Please Turn to Page 10, Col. 5 area along the 17th Parallel ex- ploded again, the three-pronged allied force waging Operation ago of an officer. to another top prior- d a ser. W 1 the tuuiivj pageant next month at Reading. Tickets are on sale at Leil- 7inger's Department Store, Brodv's, Smith's Camera Shop, tonoe, WIICLC to view slip form paying opera meeting last night in the Court- to view slip torm paving meeuns iaai. mgui. j-> tions in progress. This method house, defeated a proposed mo- of equip- of paving without use of metal tion for the slating of candi- 2s nn Cn. ity item, o" Brodv's, Smith's uamei "the U.S. 1st and a tailgate salt spreader to availabie at the doc Tobacco Store. They will also available at the door Satur- er and fisherman. Mr. Hansel, who svlvania also is y over the com- Each girl will be interviewed, past "seven years, men' oTh? home6 gradually expanding to his garage. The new building designed by "Please Turn to Page 11, Col. 5 S ISt j wi TV 'ieinn draw up specifications for bids r.....-., Cavalry, Airmobile, slreet sweeper result of the vote, which spearheading and sewer cleaning machine, V'nnhiic conlest, by jj. su, of values and concept of maries will be continued. and in; 113V tt UdtlUlUOLC AVI spoke briefly as did Austin M. reported ki Please Turn to Page 10, Col _ _ Please Turn to Page 17, Col. 7 10, Col. 2 17, Col. 1 Members of e represents an architec- Amencan tural style on an outdoor It is of redwood exterior and the Clearfield m color guard and" flrSi? iiu-d are U> Deport It is of redwood exterior ana ow mormng at 10 o'clock the inside walls are decorated thg post home to lake part mjiitary funeral serv- ices for Patrick Turner of Clearfield who died Wednesday in knotty pine The entire fr for the middle portion where a f.nuny _ in The entire front is glass except Please Turn to Page 17, Col Three-Day Convention Conservationists Open Meeting at Clearfield School Board Gives Company Time Limit CURWENSVILLE The Curwensville Area School Board is giving a roofing company exactly one more week reLirs to a faulty section of roof at the h.gh school before contractmg another firm to do the job and taking legal steps for reimbursement of the cos! involved. If the repairs have not been started by next Friday, the board has empowered the administration to hirtr th. work done as soon as possiblebefare inclement weather Cor, Bus Collide In Mishap On Philipsburg Sf reef in. Supervising Principal Harry G. Heil, reportins on the mat- ter at last night's monthly meet- ing of the school board, said that in reply to a second letter dated las! Aug 12 the Ruberoid Bonding Co. him that the Oarth Roofing Co of DuBois would promptly begin the job More elapsed with noth- ing being done, he said, and he called Ruberoid and told by a company representa- tive that Oarth would be con- tacted by the bonding firm If Oarth could not do the work immediately, he was (old, an- other contractor would be se- lected. However, nothing rus Outdoor Education at Clearfield in the New convenHot which was brought here by the Clear- has "Multiple-Use Mountain Some 45 to 50 people from row'S fjdd trip. Slide talks will Pennsylvania are he gn en by Edgar Rits of to attend the con- ,he and water conservation district and Homer Mazer, agn- Woakers at tonight's meeting cultural extension agent. T he- Fred Sweelo.v, super- Buses {Or the field trip to- of Clearfield County morrow are being provided welcome; Harris G. through tne courtesy of the secretary of the Cham- Pennsylvania Coal Mining Commerce, "Your Con- Assn> Mr. Jones -will serve as leader snd narrator. High points of the tour will be a fall Ple.se Turn to Page 17, Col. COUICTINO THIIR RIWAUDS Some of the Clear- field area who won free in The Progre.s subscription con.e.t gather around Ore- a- tion Manager Joseph Parrel) ta p.ck up the.r kicking and pumps. The Jerry Savel, are John Donald Timmy Natoli, ary Bick.1. A.most any boy th. opportunity to win by jutt obtaining on. new .ubscriber. See detail, on Pag. 16. Please Turn to Page 10. Col. 3 Curwensville Dam Confrocf Award To Be Delayed BALTIMORE. Md. Army of said today it is delaying award of contract for work at Uie Cur- wensville Dam in Clearfiem County, because the low bid is so low. proposal of by Nit- Inc. of Clear- Turn to Page 10, Cot. X A Fullington Auto bus was imohed in an accident at Phil- ipsburg yesterday afternoon when a car failed to yield the right of way and pulled out in front of the bus. The bus. operated by Robert L. Collins, 38. of Clearfield. was traveling north on Third Street and struck a car operated by Pearl A. Cicconr, 39, of Brook- Ivn, N Y, at the Spruce Street intersection at 4.39 p. m. Police Scrgpanl M a t t li e w Gowland reported that Mrs. Ciccone was headed west on Spruce Street and pulled into Please Turn to Page 17, Col. 8 fair and Warmer Fair ond warmer tonight and Saturday. Low toniflht 36 lo 44. Sunrise CtorftoM Weather Thurtday lew 32; High 60; Overnight lew 32. Mid Thurjday low 35; High 52; Overnight low 35. KWSPAPERl   

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