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   Clearfield Progress (Newspaper) - November 14, 1966, Clearfield, Pennsylvania                                Today's Chuckle More of us would be willing to lend an ear to other people's troubles if they didn't try to chew it off. The Progress Reader's Tip Notes about people, places and things are collected in 'The Monday Wash' on Page 4. Vol. 60 - No. 268 Our 56th Year Clearfield, Curwensville, Philipsburg, Moshannon Valley, Pa.,   Monday, November 14, 1966 15,155 Copies Daily 44 PAGES TODAY Spacewalk Champ Takes More Pictures... Gemini Successes Give New Confidence in Moon Race By JIM STROTHMAN AP Aerospace Writer CAPE KENNEDY, Fla. (AP) - Bubbling with confidence after two smooth-as-silk excursions into space, spacewalk champion Edwin E. Buzz Aldrin Jr. poked head and shoulders out a Gemini 12 door today to photograph the sunrise and the Milky Way. If was the last adventure planned by a U. S. astronaut outside a spacecraft until 1968 and the first time three such work sessions were   performed   on a single -   flight. Aldrin - whose success Sun- Mirth l/nlfa/iA     Inside The Progress ^ proved space walking can � HUH   YUllnUr nc eas-v and 8ave America new � ll�JII   W WIIM1JV Classified Ads ...... 12, 13     confidence to race to the moon Ufa          l#UI 1Iinls Fr�m Hcloise        16 -originally   was  scheduled   to MflPAr Kill                     Comics ............... 15 stav out only 40 minutes. If IIVJ 111 11 News From Around World 2 But astronauts and ground of- Sports ............... 10, 11 ficials, immensely pleased with g%          ^     �j                     Obituaries ............... 2 Aldrin's   first   two   successes, I AllllfU M#lll               Hospital News ....... 3, 13 agreed the pilot could snap open VvUlllf I IGII Editorial, Columns       .4 the hatch sooner and stay out � Social News       3, 8, 13, 16 longer than planned if he want- MORRISDALE - Robert Mnr-    Today in History ........ 1 ed to. gan Myers, 26, of Hawk Run,     School News ............ M Standing   up   sooner   would was electrocuted Saturday when     More on Politics ........ 7 more likely insure success for he climbed a utility pole and - scientific pictures of the sun-accidentally touched high volt- | � I rise, taken as Gemini 12 sped age wires. \|Y Iflllll'Ofl over "le western Pacific Ocean. The accident occurred about JIA IIIJUI vil And after being told there were noon Saturday in Morris Town- few   clouds   over   the   United ship, about a mile west of Mor- I     111      I          I Stales,  the   pilots  said   Aldrin risdale.  State  Police said  the 111 VfPPKPlIn might stay outside longer to get wires carried about 34.500 volts. HI  MvwImWllW pictures of the terrain. The shock hurled Myers from He was originally scheduled the pole to the ground. D/\?l#l  MlfUinr to shut lhe halch 0ver lhe Unil" Police were still investigating KfjflO l*lljlluU$ ed Stales' the incident today to determine � "+*Mf�+ Making like a gymnast,  Al- why the victim climbed the �.,, ,,,,,. wprp inhirp,i in drin first did a scries of exer" pole and what he was attempt- Persons wcre lnJure"   n rises to evaluate how difficult it fngto do l,,rCC, �f SeT "^^nd traffic js tQ work in a stiff s    e suit| Heading the investigation  is fccld;fntSl!n thC Cl�ai*,cld Coun- as  Gemini  12  sped  at  17,500 iieauing  me investigation  is (      Moshannon   Valley   area. miiPc an hour over Australia Trooper  Robert  P.  Cessna  of nam,f,P tntalpd � ?40 miles an nour over Australia. Clearfield, Trooper  Ronald  C. D*Tge t0taled $3'24�' .    .     .     "I "n't get my arms down Tvgcr of Philipsburg and Wil- , Thrco cars were "?volv(;d *nd too far," he said. liam   Strange   of   Morrisdale, lT f'"0T lnnJnur�dm,yThe   astronaut   then   began rleoutv   rnrnner    nf    ripirfinlrl al 2 05 P' m-    " R�Ut� 53 JUst shooting pictures of some Stars, deputj   coroner   of   Clearfield nor(h   f h   0sceol   Mnls Bor. ..Th      Jupiter  Loven said County.  There will  be no  in-          ,. nidi s jujjuu,   L,uieu .wm. quest, officials said. 0U;h lmc-                   n     , They ^n Ulrned }h% aUcn- He was born Aug. 20, 1940, at               �arve>'' ,48-   0*cco a tlon t0 shopting scientific pic- West Decatur, a son of Charles ^llls, *�     ; \nd Son-va Tlrd]' iuT �f ^e TT^ , u and Maxine (Buzzell) Myers. He 19; of "s"�'a. M'lls'         lTr Alth�ugh ,. Ul?u   ha eh   7as was a member of the Philips- cd !n, he Ph>Hpsbur� State Gen- opened earlier than planned in burg L.O.O.M. Lodge and was eral Hospital and then released, the   reshuffled  f.gb   plan,   it employed bv Jerrold Electron- rroopt?r   Anlhony         Pupo �ne orblt later ,,han on�1; ics of Philadelphia reported that the accident oc- nally planned, a postponement In 1957 he married the former ^rcd a*         Garvey stopped caused by problems with control Sandra  Molley   who   survives l� make a left turn onto Route jets and two attempts to photo- along with two children. Chcric T-    Elizabeth    Zakutncy    of graphs high-flying yellow cloud and Thomas; his mother, Mrs. "oi.t7.dale.    fo lowing    behind, over the glaring Sahara Desert. Maxine Myers of Hawk Run; sl�PPed, b,u   Edwin R. Eekberg As Command P^ James A. and these brothers and sisters �.f Houtzdale   the third car in Lovelt Jr. wrestled with pro! - ,.m,   Niaaara  Faiu   N   v  linc' was ""able to gel stopped lems caused by two dead Gem- James, Niagara  i ails, n   \., (he ^ Qf lhc Zakulncv inj 12 maneuvcriiifl rockets, Al- HarrT^Irn      nJL)^   rl  T'   T�  PUSllin� U illt0 the rCar �f   dl'in   firSL ('UmpCd 0Vt'rb�ard  a Harnsburg;   Dorothy,   Charles (hp J^cy c*r. Damage to the bag of debris crammed with the Please Turn to Page 2, Col. 2   three cars was set at $850.      � �- , _!_              Saturday at 8:35 p. m. three   Please Turn to Page 6, Col. 6 C      '        m II r persons suffered injuries when T services Held ror     two pickup trucks combed on United Fund Sends _ -  Route 53 at Trov,   in   Morris rormer Executive     Township. 1.3 miles norm of check for $1,309 To Of DuBois Newspaper   Trooper Pupo reported that MllCCUIflT DVStrOPnY DUBOIS - Funeral services Duainc Millcr. 43' of Drifling 7        r  1 , were held today for Lloyd  F. TicTs7r^"nTo Page 6, Col. 3   .,A ^�L%^ l?l7*ub Mohney, former executive of the__HJ. lnS   tllc Pledges of 2.1/8 suh- DuBois   Courier-Express   and-,. ^      .   . scribers of the Clearfield Area longtime civic leader of DuBois, Chairman Reminds Uni,cd Fund toward llle callse who died Fridav, Nov.  11,  in -    , ...    . of Muscular   Dystrophy   has the Martha  Jefferson Hospital CBMC OT VltOl bccn  mai!cd to ,he Clearfield at Charlottesville, Va., after an       ,    f Chapter of the Muscular Dys- illness of a monrti. He was 79.  Role lOr Laymen trophy   Association,"   Carl   A. Mr. Mohney retired from his ' Belin   Jr.,  UF   president,   an- various executive roles with the Members of the Clearfield nounced today. Courier-Express, the Tri-County Christian Business Men's Com- In an accompanying letter lo Broadcasting Co. and the Gray mittcc Saturday night were re- Mrs. Frank Weiss, president of Printing Co. Nov. 1, 1955, be- minded of the vital role laymen the Clearfield Chapter, Mr. cause of ill health. He had been have in lhc field of religion by Belin wrole: living at Charlottesville with his J- Elliott Stedelbauer of Toron- "The United Fund commends wife and son, Ross, for the past to, Ontario, international chair- the Muscular Dystrophy Asso-year. man of CBMC. cialion for its efforts in aiding Born al Vineyard Run, Elk More than 100 members of people afflicted with Muscular County, Sept. 17, 1887, Mr. lhe committee and guesls, meet- Dystrophy and in seeking a cure Mohney spent his early youth ing in the New Dimeling Hotel, for this disease. The United at Falls Creek and Mcdix Run. heard Mr. Stedelbauer point out Fund's main hope is lo provide In 1906 he joined (he circulation that the main purpose of the a 'United Drive' to benefit the staff of the DuBois Morning Christian Business Men is to efforts of your association as Courier and in 1924 was made get men under the sound of the well  as  the  olher social and Please Turn to Page 2, Col. 2    Please Turn to Page 6, Col. 2    Please Turn to Page 6, Col. 4 U. S. Bishops Convene To Attune Church To Modern Needs WASHINGTON (AP) - The nation's Roman Catholic bishops convene today for a five-day conference aimed at attuning church practices more closely to modern needs. Advance predictions were that the "no meat on Friday" rule would be eased - if not abolished. An influential body of opinion in the church considers this firm of penance obsolete. And if Bishop Fulton B. Sheen, famed for missionary zeal, has his way, the building of expensive churches will be curbed, and more money devoted to the world's poor. This annual episcopal session of the 261 American prelates - bishops, archbishops and cardinals - is marked by a number of firsts. For one thing, they are to start off by electing a president and vice president from among their number. Up to now, the senior ranking prelate automatically has presided at the conferences. Johnson Faces Surgery Nov. 16 Optimistic About His Operation, Philosophical About Election Results Please Turn to Page 6, Col. 7 By FRANK CORMIER SAN ANTONIO. Tex. (AP) - President Johnson returns to the White House today, optimistic about the surgery he faces Wednesday and philosophical about Republican election gains. "[ don't think the country is going to the dogs" Johnson told a news conference Sunday in the modernistic municipal center at Fredericksburg. 15 miles west of his Texas ranch. Johnson announced he will enter lhc Naval Medical Center at Bethesda. M
                            

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