Clearfield Progress, October 19, 1966

Clearfield Progress

October 19, 1966

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Progress, The (Newspaper) - October 19, 1966, Clearfield, Pennsylvania toddy's Chockk Remember when to bum meant in our pockets instead of in rackets? THE PROGRESS Philipibwrg, Mo.honnon Pq., Tip Bald Nittany footballers take advantage of television Turn to Page IT. Clearfield In Running For National Honor of the National Municipal i---------------' New Yorlc Clearfield the only Clearfield's progress over the past several years in economic development, civic improve- ment and cultural advancement were cited by the Chamber of Commerce when it submitted a resume to enter the contest. All of the finalists will ap- pear before the All-America Cities Jury on Nov. 14 and 15 at Boston, Mass., to present their cases. Foreman of the jury is Dr. George H. Gallup, director of the American Insti- tute of Public Opinion which Planners OK Application For Study Grant Doily 30 PAGES TODAY h V inside The progress Classified Ads 20, 21 Stronger Measure To Be Sought... Consumer Credit Bill Is Approved By WILLIAM E. DEIBLER HARRISBURG (AP) Pennsylvania legislators returned to their campaigning today after pausing to give final ap- ______________ proval to the controversial consumer credit bill, which, for U I n Pen van.IOt woold profcct who jferf f0rce Mauls ouy items on the installment plan. Nam Seven In Cabinet Hospital News 21 Editorial, Columns 4 Social News 3, 12, 24, Today in History 4 School News n, 22, 25 Church News 3 State News Briefs it AP State Spotlight 25, 26 More on Viet Nam ......39 Premier Ky's Bid For Prt-Manila Unity KENNETH L. WHITING SAIGON, South Viet Nam (AP) South Viet on- again-off-again political crisis Approval of an application for a Farmers Home Administra- tion grant to conduct a county- conducts the well-known Gallup wide water and sewer study and the presentation of planning -i he 11 winners will not be progress reports were featured selected until all jurors' recom- at a regular meeting of the mendations and investigative Clearfield County Planning reports are in, Mr. Driscoll Commission last night said. Their names will be an- The water-sewer survey re- nounced in late winter or early quired by the Pennsylvania spring and their award-winning Sewage Facilities Act 537 will activities will be featured in be conducted for the -several Look magazine and other na- borough and township munici- tional publications. palities within- the county at a Mr. Driscoll commented that project cost of All fj- the over-all quality of entries nancing will be done by the in 1949. Chamber of Commerce Pres- ident Robert B. Myers and Executive Secretary Harris G. Breth were directed by the Chamber to plan Clearfield's oral presentation at next month's final judging. Each of the 22 finalists will be given exactly 10 minutes to present its case. Clearfield will be competing against nities, scope. The Commission approved a resolution empowering its chairman, Pat Valentine, to sign the application and con- tracting with the firm of Yost Associates of DuBois, Commis- sion planning consultant, to make the survey. Reports on the progress of the comprehensive plan for the county, now well along in its first HOW DOES SHE SAVE THIS FOR POSTERITY? Mane Yomodo, a Honolulu waitress, is the proud owner Of a rare presidential autograph Lyndon B: Johnson's signature on her forehead. Her only problem, probably insurmountable, is how to preserve it. She oot the auto- graph in grease pencil when she served the President at a dinner hosted by Hawaii Gov. John A. Burns. (AP Wirephoto) LBJ Given Colorful, Restrained Welcome By New Zealanders By LEWIS GULICK WELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP) President Johnson got a colorful but restrained welcome to New Zealand today after leaving American soil miles from Washington in exotic Pago Pago, a South Seas beauty spot never before visited by a U. S. chief executive. Johnson's crowd in this capital eity of New Zealand was small by campaign standards back home, numbering m the thousands rather than the tens of thousands. But Philipsburg Stores List Shopping Hours For Fill, Holidays Board Acts On Pay roll personnel Items at Affporf The West Branch Area School Board took action last night on a number of mat- Following an explanation of Sher- man W Haas of the Union Cen- tral Lrfe Insurance Co., the board granted permission for payroll deduction to school em- ployes who want the annuities, In personnel matters, the board ?iUon to teach He sabbatical leave. satisfied with the measure. Both said they would push for amendments to strengthen it when the legislature returns next year. The legislators, who inter- rupted their five week recess to act on the bill, passed it by a vote of 203-1 in the House and 47-0 in the Senate. Rep. Peter T. Dumbauld. D- Somerset, cast the lone nega- tive vote. He was not immedi- ately available for comment. The bill now goes to Gov. Scranton, who is expected to sign it. It would go into effect April l. Its passage civ of legislative began when the Democratic original bill'June The Senate Please Turn to Page 2, Col. 1 science teacher, to teach one period of mathematics. Hired Eleanor Rusnak as a clerk in the general high school McCuUjr.pw- often enthusiastic. Springs Oct. "21. For the President, the New Granted Robert Graffius Zealand, stop represented an PSEA delegate, permis- expression of friendship for a sion to attend the Dec. 1 and Innorfivwm TT C _. .__.i_._ 9 -m_ _ Girardeau, Mo.; Casper, Wyo.; Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 2 Philipsburg Man Passes Bar Exam PHILIPSBURG Robert M. Hanak of Philipsburg was among the successful appli- cants who passed the Bar Asso- ciation examination given July 7 and 8, the state Board of Law Examiners announced today. Mr. Hanak, a native of Sher-. on, is a 1962 graduate of the University of Pittsburgh and a 1966 graduate of (he Dickinson School of Law. He moved to Philipsburg in July of this year and he has been serving his clerkship with Clifford A. John- ston, Philipsburg attorney and certified public accountant. that the first of the Technical Reports will be ready for pub- lication soon (the cover design for the brochure was approved last night) with most of the text now completed and the maoping soon to be. Mr. Parks reported that the Wallaceton Borough Planning Commission has been organized bringing the number of munici- pal commissioners to 13. He adde'd..that considerable interest in Shortway Interchange ap- Please-Turn to Page 8, Col. 3 It Was Go-Go Day For Opening of New Shopping Center Store From 10 a. m. until ll p. m it -u .._ ------jnjas seasons was 'unanimously adopted at a re- cent meeting of Philips burg Aggressive Merchant's board of directors. The schedule: Stores to be closed Friday, ov. 11, Veterans Day, from 11 a. m. to noon; open all day Wednesday, Nov. 23; closed all day Thursday, Nov. 24. Thanks- giving; open for a special "10 per cent discount 'shopping night" Tuesday, Nov. 29, from to 9 p. m. Open all day Wednesday, Nov. 30, and each Wednesday 'after- noon thereafter through 'Dec. 28: open Saturday, Dec. 3, un- til -9 p. m.; starting Saturday, Dec. 10, through Friday, Dec. 23, open each night until 9; close at S p. m. Saturday, Dec. 24, .Christmas Eve; closed all day Monday, Dec. 26; closed all former Barbara French of Leb- anon, reside in the Gieseke Apartments. Continued cool with rain or drizzle tonight, low 37 to 45. Cool again Thursday with rain ending and slow- ly decreasing cloudiness. Sunrise Clearfield River Level Tuesday 7 p. m. 5.20 feet Today 7 a. m. 5.20 feet Clearfield Weather Tuesday low 36; High 44; Overnight low 42; Pre- cipitation .18 inches. Mid Airport Tuesday low 29; High 39; Overnight low 29; Pre- cipitation .28 inches. Five Day Forecast Oct. 20 24: Tempera- tures will average near the normal highs of 58 to 62 and lows of 41 to 42. Temperatures will be slow- ly rising throughout the period, with temperatures below normal the latter part of this week and above normal the early port of next week. Preci- pitation will average one- tenth of an inch or less as widely scattered early ntxt week. Store between Clearfield and Curwensville. Cars were going to and from, customers were moving back and forth, and merchandise was coming down and moving out. "Fantastic" was the first word uttered by weary George Brown, the store manager, this morning following Tuesday's opening of the Route 322 center. "We.wcre he added. He estimated that some people went through the store during the day maybe more since he was too busy to count. But he does know that the 500- Please Turn to Page 2, Col. 3 Veterans for Shapp Committee To Hold Luncheon at Clearfield The Clearfield County Vet- erans for Shapp Committee, headed by Fred M. Bennett of Curwensville, will hold a Dutch treat luncheon Thursday at noon in the New Dimeling Ho- tel. Frank C. Hilton of Reading, former Secretary of Property and Supplies and a past state commander-of the VFW, will be guest speaker. Mr. Hilton is serving along with former Gov. George M. Leader, as a chair- man of the statewide Citizens for Shapp committee. The public is invited to at- tend Thursday's luncheon to hear Mr. Hilton, a Republican who has volunteered Ms serv- ices to the election of Milton Shapp, Democratic for governor. Following the meeting Mr. Hilton will tour the1 Clearfield Curwensville area to meet with voters. Water Shutoff Set In Curwensville Area will be a water shutoff in sections of Curwensville tomorrow from 9 to 10 a. m. while the Pike Township Municipal Authority makes repairs to a damaged fire hydrant on River Street. Areas which will be affected include all of Irvin Hill, Mc- Laughlin Street. River Street and possibly Scofield Exten- sion. Other areas may experi- ence low pressure during the an Authority spokesman in American Sa- moa, afforded Johnson an op- portunity to call attention to a tiny island that he regards as a showplace for .what can be done to boost the fortunes of a poor and rather primitive people. By all odds, the Samoan stop- over was the most colorful yet during the President's journey which will take him to at least five more countries during the next 15 days. The biggest crowd turned out Monday in Honolulu, where per- haps people gave John- son a warm sendoff on his Asian "mission of hope" to meet with allies in the Viet Nam war and Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 1 Halloween Parade Set At Houtzdale Oct. 27 HOUTZDALE Final plans have been completed by the Houtzdale Businessmen's Asso- ciation for the Halloween pa- ra He on Thursday, Oct. 27, at p. m. Schedules for the ______ when outside Tum to Page 8, Col. i Driver Involved in Double Fatal This Morning BELLEFONTE A Clearfield Graham, 29, of Daisy St., was involved in a traffic accident this morning which took the lives of a Belle- fonte R. D. 2 woman and her son. State Police from Rockview reported that the truck and a car collided on a curve on rain- swept Route 53 between Pleas- ant Gap and Centre Hall at a. m. There was no immediate re- port of injury to Mr. Graham. Killed in the accident were Mrs. Grace Immel, 49, and her son, Marian, 19, the driver. Police were still investigating the accident late In Delta Battle By ROBERT TUCKMAJV SAIGON South Viet Nam (AP) Communist forces bad- ly mauled South Vietnamese' troops in a Mekong Delta battle today as seven Cabinet resigna- tions shook the government in Saigon. About 1.500 government troops were locked in heavy but inconclusive fighting against an "Viet Cong 105 miles southwest of Saigon. Viet Cong gunners- shot down four U.S. Army Huey helicopters and damaged 20 in the early stages of the battle, which started Tuesday. Elsewhere, the general lull persisted in ground fighting. For the fourth straight day, monsoon rainstorms cut heavily into U.S. air blows over North Viet Nam Tuesday and Ameri- can pilots flew only 44 bombing missions, about a quarter of the Hease Turn to Page 8. Col. 3 lUCaiisFoT Answer From N. Viet Nam By TOM HOGE UNITED NATIONS, N Y (AP) _ The -United bers insisted today that Premier Nguyen Cao Ky accept their resignations immediately. Ky was said to have accepted the resignations but was report- ed trying to win three or four of the ministers back and to fill the other vacancies with new men. The dissident ministers' ac- tion appeared to doom efforts by Ky to patch up a facade of unity for the Manila conference on Viet Nam next week. He was, expected to minimize the. signif- icance of. the crisis at the Ma- nila meeting but he will be on- able to hide the fact tha.t South Viet Nam js still, wracjted by unresolved political pains. ''There have been many Ky told newsmen ear- lier this week. "One more or less doesn't make any differ- ence." But an announcement of the ministers' resignations, attri- buted to high government offi- cials, also contained statements provide Communist North Viet Nam and the Viet Cong with propaganda fodder. The ministers said they were concerned that South Viet Nam "is becoming a police state" that the military should "stop poking their noses into business they know nothing and that they had demanded "the government show some signs of accomplishing something to bet- life of the people iff gen- The dissident ministers, who thffe state ,re calle V. S. Ambassador Arthur J Viet Nam's dele" Goldberg posed the chalVenge in The oH< the closing minutes of the Gen m5t bv rCS eral Assembl's marat m_ent bv South Vietnamese na- Col. Footballs Arrive For Boys In Progress Drive If you have Qualified for a football net in The Prog- ress subscription cam- paign yon can pick it up at The Progress effice nearest your home. But you'd better do H right away. A new ship- ment of footballs arrived yesterday and they're be- ing distributed on a first come firit served basis. To date more than football sets have been won by district boys who qualified by niftBJnx up JMt one new, six-month subscriber. Get all ef the details m hew TM cai win m Page 22 ef teday'i Prepress. member, yet ee net hare be a Progress carrier to be eHglbte. closed from 11 a. m. to 12 noon; stores open all day Wed- nesday before Thanksgiving and closed Thanksgiving Day, Nov 24. Shopping from 9 a. m. to 9 P. m. will begin on Thursday, Dec. 15, except Saturdays when the stores will close at 5 p.m stores closed Monday, Dec. and Monday, Jan. 2, and open from noon to 5 p. m. on Jan. 3.. Kiwanis Club Bars Politics, Advertising In Halloween Parade Political organizations and partisan advertising will be w J from the annual Clear- Halloween parade spon- by the Clearfield Kiwanis Club and scheduled for Mon- day, Oct. 31, officials of the service club announced today. "We feel that the parade should not be used as a vehicle for political ex- plained a spokesman for the club. Members of the club present- ly are soliciting business firms -'the County Miners Stand To Lose With Canal, Says Candidate Tabor PITTSBURGH (AP) _ Some steel industry jobs would be wiped out in Western Penn- sylvania if the proposed Lake Erie-Ohio River canal is built says John K. Tabor, state com- merce secretary. secretary of internal affairs is- sued statement Tuesday- say- ing the canal would amount to "A massive federal subsidy for transportation of coal and ore .to .Ohio steelmakers not enjoyed by other steelmakers anywhere." Tabor said, in Pittsburgh, Washington, Butler, Sharon, Erie, Johnstown and Harrisburg stand to lose along with coal miners of the Greene, Fayette, Indiana and Clearfield County areas." INDS TOUR William Stadtmiller, above, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Stadtmiller of Curwens- ville, recently returned to Long Beach, Calif., follow- ing a six-month -tour of du- ty in Viet Nam. The sea- man serves as a radioman aboard the USS Princeton, which docked at Ports in Japan, Hong Kong and Hawaii en route to the United .States. A 1961 graduate of Curwensville Area High School, he re- ceived his boot training at the Great Lakes Naval Training Station, further training at radio school at Bainbridge, Md., and was then sent to the West Coast and assigned to the ton. Replying to Communist and nonaligned member states who "lOSftCinnOri have been calling for a halt in J J the bombing as an essential pre- infOUnaea IH A "We have considered this ad- vance and having considered it we would like to know from Ha- noi privately or publicly what would happen if we followed it." Replying to Communist de- mands for a withdrawal of U S troops in Viet Nam, he said: "We have said repeatedly that we do not seek a permanent military presence in Viet Nam and have offered to agree to a time schedule for supervised phased withdrawal of all exter- nal forces those of North Viet Nam as well as those of the United States." Goldberg noted that the Unit- ed States had made a commit- ment to a political solution of man has Soviets Launch Space Satellite BERLIN Wilhelm Foerster Observatory in West Berlin said the Soviet Union launched a space satellite to- day but the observatory at Bo- Shapp Claims Boost From Merger Ruling By JOE KROVISKT PITTSBURGH (AP) Milton Shapp, continuing his quest for governor of Pennsylvania, says his campaign got a -shot in the arm with the tr.S. Supreme Court's decision to stay the pro- posed merger of the Pennsylva- nia and New York Central rail- roads. The Democratic candidate, who opposes the merger, said while appearing in the Pitts- Joseph Chuba is general chair- man of the parade with these chairmen serving under his di- rection: Robert Baum; formation, Lewis Trout; re- freshments, William Hoover- ed music, Harold Kuhns. At its regular weekly dinner A spokesman at Bochum, who discounted the earlier report, did not say how he knew There has been no Soviet an- nouncement of such a ing. The spokesman at Wilhelm to be a boost. It shows obviously I haven't just been talking wildly, that I've backed up my programs with thorough preparation." Lt. Gov. Raymond P. Shafer, the Republican gubernatorial' candidate, had no comment on the court's decision to delay at least temporarily, the merger. Court To Hear Railroad Merger Data on Jan. 9 WASHINGTON (AP) The Supreme Court has blocked the Planned Nov. i merser of the Pennsylvania and New York Central railroads pending the hearing of arguments on Jan. 9, and a final decision on various objections. The merger thus will be de- layed at least until mid-Janu- ary, and probably much later depending on how fast the high tribunal can reach a decision and prepare its opinion or opin- ions. The merger would create thc assets of more than billion and nearly miles of track. The court issued a two-page printed statement Tuesday an- nouncing its grant of a slay as requested by a group of rail- roads, eight Pennsylvania and New Jersey towns and Milton J. ed today. said that Staff Sergeant John P. McClus- ick. 30, son of Mr. and Mrs. John P. McClusick of Moshan- non, was serving with the Sec- ond Battalion, 1st Marine Regiment. Third Marine Divi- sion, operating south of Da Nang. said this morning tnat he had not received word son's wife, who lives in Califor- nia, may have been contacted first. The Navy gave no details oa the incident but noted that Sgt McClusick received a Purple Heart medal. Shafer Attends Reunion With Navy Buddies By VINCENT P. CAROCCl GETTYSBURG, Pa. (AP) _ Lt. Gov. Raymond P. Shafer interupts his campaign for gov- ernor today to attend a luncheon reunion with World War II Navy buddies at the Gettysburg office of former president-Dwight D Eisenhower. Shafer Hies into thc Central Pennsylvania area following a long day of campaigning Tues- day in Pittsburgh and surround- ing communities, where his J porters said they detected a ing interest in his candidacy. The Gettysburg luncheon intended primarily to reunite Shafer with the crew of PT-359, the vessel he commanded on the South Pacific some 20 years ago. However, .the guest list also in- cluded a number of the lte of ts effects merter SI illv the ports of to PH. 2. C.L Col. P.W 2, Col. three-judge federal unit in which Shatw latAr court in New York refused by a a5 executive officer 2-1 vote Oct. 4 to delay the Eisenhower agreed to host merger The Interstate luncheon, since he serves as commerce Commission last honorary of the to Pafe 2 Co] 2 2 IN FW SPA PERI ;

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