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   Progress, The (Newspaper) - October 12, 1966, Clearfield, Pennsylvania                               Toddy's Chuckto UM kind of a girl who doesn't cart tot a maa't com- ptny unless ht owns it. THE ROGRESS MacUr's Tip The political campaign is bound to heat up. Turn to Page 5. Vol. 60 No. 241 Our 56th Year CMarfiaM, Curwensville, f Valley. Pa-, Wednesday, October 12, 1966 15.155 Copies Daily 32 PAGES TODAY Boosf Force Inside The Progress CUMtfletf Aft........U, IT HUU Frem HeMse Social Security 4000More U. S Fighting gn ,ncreases Outlined Men Arrive in Viet Nam ROBERT TUCKMAN SAIGON, South Viet Nam (AP) U. S. Secretary of Defense Robert S. McNamara toured quieted battle sectors of South Viet Nam as fresh American combat troops arrived in the country. The new troops, the last contingent of the 4th Infantry Division, brought the __________________________________________...................--------- American force in Viet Nam to men. As the buildup continued, ground fighting subsided into small skirmishes. But on the political front dissension flared between northerners and south- erners in Premier Nguyen Cao Ky's cabinet. Five civilian min- isters from the Mekong Delta were reported threatening to resign. The fresh American Editorial, Columns Social News 3, 6, Today in History.........4 Farm Hewsi 23 State News Briefs....... More on Politics 5 I will recommend to the next Congress an average increase in Social Security benefits of at least 10 per cent to provide _ every beneficiary a higher gress in January at a Social Laos, which borders Viet Nam. standard of living. I will pro- his proposal the average pen- Security awards ceremony here. Thursday afternoon he will pose that those in the lowest pension By FRANK CORMIER None of the hikes would take BALTIMORE, Md. (AP) effect until Jan. 1, 1968 anoth- President Johnson outlined to- er election year. day a broad blueprint for at Johnson sketched out his pro- After an overnight stay in Manhattan, the chief executive is to meet Thursday morning with Prince Souvanna Phouma, least billion of increases in posals details will go to Con- neutralist prime minister of Trial Due Soon No Tests For Accused Slayer Judge John A. Cherry, at the request of the defense, yesterday rescinded an order directing that Mrs. Berniee Woods Domieo of Clearfield, accused murderer of her in- valid brother, undergo a mental examination at Warren State Hospital before standing trial. Mrs. Domieo is now expected to be tried at the Novem- ber court term. Jury Finds Man Guilty of Assault For Beating Wife done to determine if the defend- ana some Arthur K. Martin of Brisbin ant js mentally capable of was found guilty of assault and standing trial. Workers Push United Fund 1 i W i tVHllJa.1 CM. rvii.ii nit. jjivowiii, ni llnitpd Fund Some Republicans, noting that Johnson was bound for New give newsmen advance word of vSSS .it Johnson made' his pronounce- York City and the annual Co- his proposals late Tuesday Volunteers their g beforft Day parade _ plus Here how he worded his campaign efforts to beireadytor g election, accused him some speechmaking urged upon "four basic which lhose under Social Security who of playing politics. But many him by Frank O'Connor, the officials said might be expanded continue to work after reaching sioner would get an additional The federal pension program. _ 50 or more a month. which ships monthly checks to the invitation of local Demo- The President said he wants 22 million Americans, has its crats. C6ngress to approve average headquarters in Baltimore, benefit increases of at least 10 Maryland's largest city was _ per cent. And he proposed mini- the first stop on a two-day presi- curity increases was somewhat mum monthly checks of dential tour that will have compared with the present avowedly political aspects. Some Republicans, noting that speak in Wilmington, Del., at benefit brackets receive propor- tionately higher increases. "Second: I will propose that Johnson's formal pronounce- every worker who has been res- ment on his plans for Social Se- ularly employed under Social Security for 25 years or more shall be guaranteed a minimum monthly benefit of "Third: I will recommend specific proposals that will ma- terially increase the income of anticlimaclic. Departing from custom, he authorized aides to in the New Djmeling Hotel. The court last month ordered that Mrs. Domieo undergo ex- amination, diagnosis and possi- "IVV" began coming" ashore division chairmen are confi- troopship at Vung Tau, 40 miles dent that the. Thursday report southeast of Saigon. Their arriv- will push the campaign total al brought the division to full the igoal, strength making it the fourth f The United Fund Campaign complete U.S. Army division in total reported date is Viet Nam 64 per cent g Chair- In addition to the man Vice Chair- American soldiers in Viet Nam, man Kane saiB in a joint state- members from both said Social Security ben- efits should be expanded. Democratic candidate for gov- ernor, and Democratic House members seeking re-election. before he sends them to Con- retirement age. (Benefits now Page 2, Col.'3 under arms. and Senate leaders, who have apparently reached agreement on a plan to recall the legisla- ice programs to the entire com- ture next week to consider the member agencies of the field Area United Fund be en- pected to abled to out their serv State Assembly Chester Hill Marine Praises IBJ Administration... _ Humphrey Boosts Campaign Leaders Confer Oft Credit Bill Stationed in Viet Nam CHESTER James M. Rice, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Kanour of Chester Hill, is stationed at Da Nang, Viet Nam, Company, 2nd Battalion, 26th Marines He entered the service Dec. PITTSBURGH (AP) Hinting that the f.ght has on y be- tried by a Clearfield County jury Sn for beating up his wife. h g Lce requested the court The jury of six men and six get aside ms order and ad. women convicted Martin after visgd Judge cherry the de- hearing his testimony and that f f u t wm t be of his wife and 13-year-old daugh- msanitv y. i-ti i J1 Da Sell On IcgaJL lliBctliitj ter Shirley Ann Rodkey M Domico is accused of Martin, who defended himself and kmi hcr bf0ther at the tna and was his only fae jn witness, will be sentenced at the Blpll'ir 'in home ,t 616 tr-nm from these 000 men by the end of this year. McNamara, after two days of briefings in Saigon, community services: our young Cat, the base in the dh.r.cter building planned to confcr today on final and advanced training at fromVice Huber H. Humphrey. C. and Camp Pen- Humphrey made a triangular sweep across the state if HemaT-rctn i i S Irving of YMCA, the House Speaker Robert Girl Scouts and the Boy Scouts: Hamilton suggested Tuesday Calif He departed for Tuesdoyj singing ,hc praises of the Johnson administration K. Viet Nam July 27. election of Shapp and othar Democratic has of North Viet- "maren through the Clearfield- Tuesday, Bag 01 norm viei CQunty Bociety For Crjp. ident Pro Tempore James S. c and Viet Cong e i sentenced at the wheelch'air 'in home tt 616 also visited an and McBride St. on the evening of vn hoKa t ui Society for Orippled Bergcf j to the d ld he Children agreed with the proposal. she has been confined to the plea court. According to gffSiSM S55 ing. hospKal at Qui anri the Children's ospa a Shon then flew to the b Aid they noted. "Oth- ane to the ar piane to tne air Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 8 Newspaper Week Announcement... TO Sponsor Covering Wide Area r 12th He said he expected to talk to Hamilton today to confirm at and er important member agencies the date. Both men have the 8 of the Area United authority to recall their cham- Fund in the health field are the which are in recess- until Area Psychiatric Center, the NOV. 14. Clearfield Hospital and the Unit- legislature adjourned last ed Cerebral Pklsy. weelc without acting on the con- "The United Fund's grant of troversial bill, which for the to the Clearfield Hospital first time wouid regulate credit to develop the' Intensive Care sales Pennsylvania. Republican Whip From Illinois To Please Turn to Page 2, Col. 3 Youths Arrested For Series of Burglaries STATE COLLEGE Three youtkk Hive been apprehended 'gat" 'Huntingdon' state police in connection with Sixth, seventh and eighth grade pupils of area ichools a number of burglaries in the will have an opportunity to compete for honors in The Prog- State College area, including ress annual Spelling Bee again this year. For the 12th consecutive year. The Progress will the area competition of the National Spelling Bee with the area finals scheduled for next April 13th. The top three spellers will go on to Pittsburgh to compete in the Weitern Unit for heart jand cancer pa- Please Turn toi Page 8, Col. 2 A bipartisan committee reached a compromise Satur- day, however, clearing the way -for, the_ legislature to reconsider the bill.' has a billion Association Asks Help appropriation bill con- r hopefuls at every turn The vice president, with Shapp at his side, hit the stump at York, flew to Erie and then wound up in Pittsburgh, where he raipped-the Republican party in a hard-hitting speech to about Democratic faithful. "Milton Shapp and the Demo- cratic party have-called for a renaissance of education in Humphrey said, 'taking his cue from one of .Shapp's main campaign themes. "Milton Shapp and the Demo- cratic party have called for 20th century government, for 20th century ideas-for putting crea- federalism to work here as it has been in'other states." Teachers Ask Salary Changes At Amesville AMESVILLE A salary committee from the Mosharinon .-Valley School District's chapter of the Pennsylvania State Edu- last two at Osceola Mills. the loot, amount- ing to "several thousand dol- taining authority lor the Presi- Qf of goods and money" came dent to call up nearly 2 million burglaries at State Col- reservists withciut declaring a A plea went out todav to the -i-------- iJellefonte, Pleasant Gap  philipsburg, and Johnson had not'sought the attend the regular monthly of that Bee moving on to Washington for the National perhaps, other places. It fills etiiup authority a power he meeting of the Clearfield Coun- _-------------------------------------- Spelling Bee in June. One complete corner of a large unless declares a state ty Association for Retarded __._ _._ __( Appropriately announced dur- room at the Rockview Substa- Of national emergency which Children tomorrow at 8 p. m. at a ,jmner meeting of the Sus- ing, this week's observance- of tion. wjn extend to June'30. Johnson in the West Side Methodist quehanna Republican Club Sat- National Newspaper Week, the Osceola Mills Police Chief is not expected 'to use it under Church at Clearfield. spelling Bee is one of several Russell Holden went to Rock- present conditions. A spokesman said that "it is special programs or services view today to identify goods The House approved the re- the association's desire to help sponsored by The Progress for stolen from Hirsh's Store and serves provision1 Tuesday by a all parents and friends of re directors meeting here night. In tabling the matter, the di- rectors arranged for a special meeting to give consideration to the proposed schedule as pre- pared by the teachers. This meeting will be held Oct. 25 at 8 p. m. in the high school.' In other developments, the WINBURNE The Winburne board accepted a coal bid from Fire Company today reminded Hoffman Coal Co. at Karthaus Please Turn to Page 2, Col. 2 Winburne Firemen Ask Financial Backing Congressman Leslie C.' area residents of its annual fund Clearfield Man Gets Viet Nam Assignment above, Republican Whip U. S. House of Repre- sentatives since 1943, will speak Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 2 area schools. Eight filmstrips on current events, prepared by The Asso- ciated'Press and Guidance As- sociates, Inc., are being fur- nished free of charge for use in junior and senior high school _v social studies classes. The first A contract for eiec- cludmg yiet Nam war, for function. Therefore it i of these "Special Reports" fur- trical work has been awarded VMP next June primt responsibility of urday. Arends, who represents the 17th Congressional District of Illinois, will be the mam speak- Firm Contract at DuBois contract for elec- St. Agnes Church social hall at nished the schools last month dealt with the Electoral College and proposals to change it while tne current filmstrip ex- plores problems of U. S. cities. The Progress also provides free oi charge copies of The Progress daily to junior and senior high school libraries of NHA TRANG, Viet area schools and last month Army Spec. 4.C Donald R. provided brochures on newspa- Walker, 24, above, son of Mr. and per work as a career for guid- Mrs. Raymond A. Walker, 607 ance counselors of the schools. Hannah St., Clearfield, Pa., was One of the popular features assigned to the 539th Supply of The Progress is the weekly Company Sept. 26 in Viet Nam. Youth Page, published each Turn to Page 2, Col. 5 Please Turn to 8. Col. 1 to Richard L. Keirn of Clear- 305-42 roll call, then passed the tarded children understand and cf at tfle buffet dinner in the whole bill by voice vote. Soon solve the many problems of afterward the Senate sent the schooling, training, etc., that measure to the White House, are involved, also by voice vote. "Without the support of the The appropri Rtion would fi- parents of our retarded chil- nance most defense costs, in- dren the association cannot 'is the the fiscal year ending next June primt responsibility of these By Secretaries Chapter 30 parents to take a more active field by the General State Au- caljup authority was a interest in their child's well- 4 )U compromise between House and being. Each and every child The contract was one of three y__________ _----------------- awarded for work on a new piease Turn to> Page 8, Col. 4 Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 5 classroom, laboratory and fice building at the DuBois Campus of The Pennsylvania State University. Others went to John M. Gnan, DuBois, heating and ventilating, and 030, plumbing. General construction bids will be received at Harrisburg Mon- day. All bids for general con- struction were rejected Aug. 31 when the low bid exceeded the architect's estimate. Archie Hill Selected As 'Boss of the Year' OF THI YIAR' trophy is presented to the 1966 Arehi. Hill, by R. 1965 recipient, as Mr. Hill's Mrs. t. Writf- ley, right, and Mrs. Joanne Burchill, look on. Honor was on Mr. County tary and Clerk of the Court of Quarter Sessions, at last night's annual "Boss Night" dinner ef thf Chapter, National Secretariat Association, in the New Dimeling Hotel. (Progress Photo) Morrisdale. The dinner will start at p. m. Tickets, priced at may be purchased from club members or in GOP County Headquarters at Clearfield. Arends is now serving his 16th consecutive term in Congress. As the Party Whip, he acts as "assistant floor leader" on the Republican side of the aisle, and has an important voice in the determination of Party pol- icy on the various measures to come before Congress. Arends is also a top Republi- can member on the Committee on Armed Services, which has jurisdiction over all matters per- taining to national defense. He has served as an official dele- gate from Congress to five NATO Parliamentarian Confer- ences. Archie Hill, prothonotary and jje is a U. S. Navy veteran, clerk of the Court of Quarter and nas taken an active inter- Sessions, was named the 1966 cst ;n veterans' affairs. "Boss of the Year''by the Clear- Arends was born and reared Penn Chapter of the National at Mehin, 111. where he oper- Secretaries Association at its an- ates farm land in the vicinity, nual "Boss Night" dinner in the jn addition to his interest in New Dimeling Hotel last night, agriculture Mr Arends also The recognition, as it has in served as president of the Com- the case of previous "Bosses mercial State Bank at Melvin of the caught Mr. Hill until 1949. He is a member of completely by surprise and in the Methodist Church, a 33rd his own words he was "flabber- Degree Mason, and trustee of Traditionally, the re- cipient of the honor is not known until his name is an- nounced at the dinner. "This indeed is a great honor to me and certainly Mr. Hill said in accepting the trophy that goes with the title. "I'm really not the 'boss' of my for supplying stoker coal to the high school building and re- been set jected bids on supplying coal to solicits- the Houtzdale and Madera ele- of all donations mcntary buildings. compiled and displayed xhe board agreed to pay ex- in area post offices. penses to the County School Di- The firemen pointed out that rectors convention Oct. 27 at this campaign, which always Branch of board members takes place during Fire Preven- non-member secretaries of tion Week, is the company's forrner component districts who only means of raising money, are not now members of the re- Funds will be used toward the organized school board payment of bills and the pur- A letter of appijcation to the chase of needed additional equipment for the trucks. Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 2 the Illinois Wesleyan University from which he holds an honor- ary doctor of laws degree. Damage Totals In Phllipsburg Mishap PH1L1PSBURG No one office, as many of you know. was injured and damage totaled It's a pleasure to work with the an estimated in a mishap staff that I have." here yesterday at p. m. Mr. Hill, who is the 13th "Boss" u Nancy Evanx to be honored by the Secretaries Norton 61 of M1 Association since 1952, is unique a opcrating a in that has two secretaries statkm wagon was lravel. who are members of the Curtis Stree, Chapter. They are Mrs. Turn to 2. Col. 4 of West Decatur. 8ASY AS PIE Young Freddie Heverly of Irvona smiles proudly as he displays football with kicking tee and pump he won by signing up a new subscriber for The Progress. Freddie is proof that size makes no difference in who can claim a football set. Freddie signed up his older sitter, a college student at Philadelphia, for a fix-month subscription. Page 10 for details. INEWSPAPERif   

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