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Clearfield Progress (Newspaper) - November 30, 1966, Clearfield, Pennsylvania Today's Chuckle To J" improve. your . memory, lend people money. Reader's Tip The lid is off the 1966-67 .winter sports program. Turn - to Pages 16 and 18. Vol. 60 - No.: 281 Our 56th Year Clearfield, Ciirwensyille,Philip'shurg, Moshannon Valley,'Pd., Wednesday, November 30, 1966 15,155 Copies Daily 24 PAGES TODAY Short Holiday Truces Announced In Hunting Tragedies... sit > Heart Attacks Kill Two; Woods Search Goes On ; ^fc*^ c^^ese^^^K^?0^5*^ - fan, ifo Ad&deu/ ztcti6 to (S&Mtfuj&t. We Aactdfaty 4u#auet at*eC axj% t6e> defy ctf a�� ouk st?WGfarft4s#e&) wt fate peyfowteda�� Ufa (ZJ44$*uuefi6 Sa*dk> paaga/. So, SwiM tic &J$& ~6> you cmce tune ax%&ou�r Atl ife fiMvufy 6<y fee*t ure�E fie Juyj/py id �ca*4t i&cf- Tffo. /Qdefo/i p^ese/dfed #(� t#t�k mo&i&t Joic j&vi&et liduj pent, 4s i/au Jbturw, Wt kcwc fat pvttkf 0te4 a&tacfy fat' none (CHufMtet 'na*p(6Gt &tf&t -mef J<r (Hce <c� io &foto^u&� tftd fa & titu� axe $A�4kc&et, urM fawe^fa tfrtrit4#C&� W?X^ycm fot a*if &m&i Hufatf. J) m�@ ikavtf a&xe ifat <f&vi a*td'ffe AdtcfofL, sin, ^tn. Lull In Fighting Continues Both Sides To Break At Christmas, Two The first fatalities of the 1966 buck hunting season in Clearfield County were re- NEW YCflr's Holifl(IVS corded yesterday when two_ Beccaria hunters died of heart attacks. ' Meanwhile, a search of the Penfield Mountain continued today in an effort to find 71 -year-old James Gordon of Clearfield who has been missing since Monday morning. The heart attack victims were John A. Mondy, 68, and John Dobish, 43. Although -'-1- from the same community UN CasI1 lnslde Th* Progress  W* *j)wQl Classified Ads .... 20, 21, 22 For Peking Classified Ads .... 20, 21, 22 Hints From Heloise .... 24 Comics ................. 23 News From Around World 2 Sports ............... 16, 18 Obituaries................ 2 Hospital News .......... 22 Editorial, Columns ...... 4 Social News ..... 3, 12, 24 Today in History ....- 4 State News Briefs ....... 8 AP Special Report ...... 5 they were hunting separately. There is a possibility that Mr. Gordon, last seen tracking a deer he had wounded, may have also suffered a heart seizure. The search for him was re- By ROBERT TUCKMAN SAIGON, South Viet Nam (AP) - Scattered small fighting-flickered across South Viet Nam today as the seven allied nations announced they would observe short truces at Christmas and New Year's and over the Vietnamese New Year in February. While the relative lull in ground fighting carried through a fourth day, Vietnamese troops sumed at 8 o'clock this morn- reported freeing 14 Vietnamese Is Denied 62-34 Defeat Deals Blow to Advocates Of Two-China Policy SchOOl BlIS Hits 7-Year-0ld Clearfield Boy ing after being called off last night because of darkness. Some 30 volunteers, including firemen and hunters, are taking part in the search. It was stressed that more men are needed, as well as walkie- talkies so that the searching free(j civilians from a Viet'Cong prison camp in the Mekong Delta. Vietnamese headquarters said the Viet Cong murdered four other civilians in the camp, and that one of the liberated prisoners died of wound's after being By TOM HOGE UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. (AP) - The U.N. General Assembly's rejection of both the bid to seat Peking and the proposal to seek a compromise solution of the issue of China's representation has dealt a severe blow to advocates of a two-China policy. parties can. keep in. contact with each other and with the Clearfield Citizens Band Radio Club members who have a communications center set up at the Shaffer Camp along McGeorge Road. The searchers were joined this morning by seven members of the Civil Air Patrol who have a plane ready to aid in U.S. headquarters reported a mistaken artillery shelling by a unit of the U.S. 1st Infantry Division killed three Vietnamese civilians and wounded 14 more. A spokesman said an artillery battery fired nine 105m m shells into the townof Tan Uyen, 20 miles northeast of Saigon early * today. The spokesman said it A seven-year-old Clearfield feasible. Tfe� a?T t,�^,, ~t b�y was hospitalized and two The search headquarters re- The 62-34 defeat Tuesday of other persons less serioUsly in- Ported at noon that no trace the Italian plan to turn the Chi- jum, ag fte result of are/traf. of Mr. Gordon has been found, na problem over to a U.N study f, accidents yesterday and thjs The searchers are being hin- group virtuaUy doomed chances morning dered by deep, snow covering Joseph Marsh Jr., son of Mr. the Penfield Mountain. VisibiL- �h. e,,,.M, if ,'f'i. ,�),. was a "very regrettable acci- the search if it is found to be dent, caused by6 afl error m of any two-China formula now, since that was viewed as the goal of the proposed study. The decision of the United and Mrs. Joseph Marsh of 1915 ity in the woods is greatly re- computing firing data. The same town was accidentally bombed last July 1 by three U.S. Air Force planes whose bombs killed five Vietnamese civilians and wounded 43. Tan Uyen, a town of several rsn or ma y � ��� T? � b^-iv thousand persons, is just north Dorey St., is listed in fair condi- duced by tree limbs and bra* f tne Bie^ Hoa ^ baJ 5 tion in the Clearfield Hospital bent over to the ground by the States to support the Italian wherfi he taken th- mQrn. heavy weight o� the snow. plan had been viewed as a ma-  ... . . , . . jor shift by Washington toward m* aner Deing slrucK Dy a the two- China idea. But the poor showing Peking made in this year's vote and the lack of support for the Italian proposal ^JS" Yesterday and this morning school bus at "about 8 o'clock members of the Lawrence on Dorey. Street near 19th " Street. Hospital attendants Please Turn to Page 10, Col. 8 said the was expected to prompt a U.S The bus driver, Cloyd Myers reappraisal of a solution it did Qf m E Fourth' ^ ^ the results of me"b^ came as a general surprise. Peking had been, given virtually no chance of winning a seat un- Please Turn to Page 10, Col. 4 two hedges and darted across the street in the path of the bus. Another pedestrian, the Rev. buck season entered its J. Walter Emswiler of Olanta, $ Dr, Haddon said many of them' are "already met by most of the vehicles to which they would apply." The newly created) .National Traffic and Highways/ Sa'fety Agency is expected to release detailed, technical versions of the proposals by Thursday. Dr. Haddon unveiled the;.'pro- David Worgul, 16, of Rosebud downed a 150-pound, spike buck Monday. Two Madera residents had first day kills. Glen Peters got a three-point, 115-pounder' at 7:50 a. m. near McCartney and Ford Kephart Sr. shot a two-point, 125-pound deer at 11 a.m. in the same area. A former Houtzdale man, John Lucas, who now lives at Linden, N.J., killed a six-point, 170-pound buck on Hale Mountain Monday. Yesterday at 3 p. m. David Wall, 16, of Grampian took a 140-pound, five-pointer in Penn Township. Carl H. Peterson, 806 Ogd'en Ave., Clearfield, killed a four f Few Flurries . Linger in State By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Only a few snow flurries lingered in Western Pennsylvania today in the aftermath of the season's first major snowstorm. Salt and cinder crews, aided posals at a dinner sponsored by by relatively mild tempera- - Km Please Turn to Page 2, Coi. 6 tures, had most highways in good condition. Some secondary roads remained slick. Heavy snow predicted Tuesday night failed to materialize. The Weather Bureau reported no significant fresh accumulations. Up to eight inches of snow fell in Western Pennsylvania sklinS season officially opened Monday night and early Tues- at the Black Moshannon Ski day. Hardest hit areas were in Slope today. Skiing Season Under Way At Black Moshannon PHILIPSBURG - Thea968-67 the north and west of the Allegheny ridges. LUDINGTON, Mich Destructive arctic winds howled southward today as Michigan and other Great Lakes states dug out from the season's first major snowstorm. The Weather Bureau warned ^Ue Kenneth Whitehead, manager, reported 10 inches of snow on the ground and the^ski lift in (AP) - operation. While there is a good cover of' snow, the ground is still soft from Monday's hard rains and some doubt was expressed as ;' to how long the snow may last, to the softness of the a six-state area from Montana to northern Nebraska of a cold wave today as frigid air spread over the north central states. Eight German seamen were rescued Tuesday night from a stricken ship in storm-whipped ground, the slopes are unsuitable for packing. The state is supplying a snow packer for the slope this year. It may arrive this week from Denton Hills State Park. Mr. Whitehead said that Sat- t,v �,r�, ,fr tho urdays will be ''Kiddies Payv'* Lake Huron off the eastern youngsters Michigan coas Moments afer � years ^..^ a Coast Guard helicopter , . f: 41 plucked the crewmen from the reT"* JJ' ...,,.,,_- . Nordmeer, a steel-laden vessel ^^'^H^^lT^m aground since Nov. 19, the ship .'���^ T� "��<* f".JJ*. hroke anart tlcket A Pair of skls Five hundred feet off the �e awarded to ___ holder at the end of the season,. Please Turn to Page 2, Col. 3 about mid-March..