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Clearfield Progress (Newspaper) - March 10, 1966, Clearfield, Pennsylvania *4" JB^S ftWE. 14,518 Copies Doily ecia 20 PAGES T0b>hC >*� . tlV*r. By JOE HALL 1, WASH|NGTCVn'(AP)'- The admini.tration so&ght today to persuade Senate-House/conferees to'drop two Senate amendments that .took a $1-billion chunk out of a $6-billiori tax Biir desiflned to help finance the Viet Nam war, ' Chqnces for dropping the two provisions appeared good as the conferees try to compromise Senate and,House versions and meet president Johnson's March 15 deadline for final congressional actionf on the measure. sAmeffc'a'tf^ medicine : 'fiuft t 'aim#m'tib ....... 19,if' , Htots, From Heloise >.... 20 ' ,'Comics ':^XS-ft'in payment of f corporation ,taxes. , - _ �v JS,en. Eugene J. McCarthy, r)-Minnr, predicted the Senate cori^ t ferees would'abandon^ the two f amendments ','beiore they getto 1 the'rotunda^-The SenateJxon- | ferees pass through the rotunda | infthe center,of the Capitol^on the way' to meet the'House � / grjbup " ' JJ" "w 1W 1 Four sites offered free to the county \for. the, location^ of a technical school wereUnspected yesterday but rio "decisions wereS made on where' the school will be located.' v ^ - ..MenibeVd of 'the County' School Board, \ The four are near the'Cur-'wensville ^Joint High'School, at the Clearfield Airpdrt, in Clearfield's Heedsville section "and near Wallaceton. " - *' �^"'S'b0"? BA" TO $AFETY ~ "-^Marine Corpo.ral Sean; Higbihs/ 21, of Pulaski, Pa., (Lawrence County) reaches up Ifrprh stretcher to shake hands .with v ment'of health .;any alleged illegal' wiretap- Fffi1^ aT vrn m a series of snecial pi^g activities ptfhis,men"' ^5S!faf,ub ?�d ;a! faculty voteVi^i^iJS%rwSm 1m'*&W ar;d J.-Stanfon^ declined to ans- ^^^^^^^fffj^i der^way next^week. , -, � Tuesday; t * m_^_ Wednesday the state" police re- \ , . Angelo Carcaci, who committee .thai he. Had purchas edfand used wiretapping devices i 5 BtpfacisMmp^ i^V1 mh*Uv�JL-*l ~T"-'** untfer orders (torn Stanton.. The I tr*^fr ^5^%^"^A^F I Fre"chyi|Ie-EIection House summary ing one late AvMST law-prohibits-the tap-1S'-Sg^UJ.Z0'-died ?f Blhd^'a^dlbT^Kyte ing of telephone or, telegraph attack today., . lines evenjn criminaifinvestiga- �??t�n Wrtedly.wM stricken tions Th^e^sumni.aryof the,continuing, st�vt'e ,po)ice ipvestig'a,' Q.on was prepared by Lf'Col. Frank MqKetta at the direction of Com mjssioner E. Wilson Purdy. Pur Please Turn to Page 11, Col. 2 Generally fair and warmer through Friday. Low tonight in the 30s, Sunrise 6:31-Sunset 6:14 Clenrfitld River Level ; Wednesday 7 p. m. - 5.05 feet (stationary). Today 7 d.- m. - 4,85 feet (falling). Clearfield Weather v 1 Wednesday, 'lo^U&l High.48... , f&ff, , ; Overnight low"26: -k "t\"| Wednesday $ Up w * *� 5r >Overnight low 13. at his-home early today and.was dead on arrival at a hospital. Eaton and fellowKlansmen '�'Eugen3B*:Tnomas^of^Bess�nier and Collie Leroy Wilkins Jr., of Fairfield,;.,aU;:ofvthfc^irmingham i�rea�4werkscon�Jteifdal>^t*4e4s-eral court inVMontgomeryi>la1st fall lof conspiracy charges. i; They'were accused of |conspir ing, to .violate the constitutional' rightiiVof?pers6hs taking ^part in 1965-voter-rights demonstrations in";the Selma^Montgomery^ area They- ,were sentenced to -10 years/each^Trieir^t^r^ey, said ah' appeal 4s, planned. �; 7  " 'The 'state!4ndictediitjiei'three Klansmen 'for murder last' year in; the highway slaying of Mrs. Liuzzo. The) wife of a Detroit labor leader was shot to death in Lowndes County the night of March 25, 1965, while ferrying.j participants , in the ^ Selma-to-Mohtgomery voter-r i g h't s march. town Community Buildng. ~ SiSl? �d^mage? the irv�-�f *^ t,d , - ' * thesex places, regardless of *?Jease Turn to Page 8, Col. 4 registration, off ice in the Court- B , .( ^AlpecTarregistration for Du- W'OllBUIIOlllJf Bois residents will be held on f%, March 19 and March 26. WIBSTIOH Ult ''^lBtM- * V   , WW*r? -   . t* fiDajBjges .-.v..... $64,055 Deaths " 4' Death's Elsewhere Accidents. ........... 10$ Injured,............... 67 Damage. ........ $96,400 ^*^! i"I Deaths^Elsewhere .... 1 Isolated Post By THOMAS A. REEDY SAIGON, South Viet Nam (AP) - North Vietnamese regulars overwhelmed the isolated Ashau Special Forces camp tonight after.a fierce, two-day fight put up by several hundred mountain tribesmen and their 15 to-20 U.S; advisers. .;� ' ��� .. �,�>�.�- , rThe commander' of the U. S. Special Forces detachment' at Da Nang, Lt. Col. Kenneth B. Lacey, pronounced the doom of the garrison which is in the forested hills near the Laotian* border. "We closed Ashu'a at 5:45 p. m. this evening," he -:-"-;-;-:-1-f Said, _^ _ 1 J Casualties among both the Senator Doubts LBJ Thinking Of Blockade By JACK BELL , WASHINGTON' (AP) - Sen-ate Dembcratic  Leader . Mike Mansfield'said today he' does not believe President Johnson is giving consideration at this time to, proposals. to, blocade North Viet Nam ports. . .:� . J Mansfield said in an interview heithinks any action to mine the harbor of Haiphong, bomb the docks there or intercept supply ships would bring a confrontation with the1 Soviet Union that might drive the Soviets and 'the Chinese Communists closer together. He gave h'is views as a feeling of uneasiness spread among some senators/ that Johnson may be considering :fresh action to ^diminish military, ,suppU^ reaching.'the Viet Cong in'Souib Sen. 'KariiE^Mundt,fR^tJ.C �, m^mbe^p||i|he'^S^te^Filr^j^ Relations (CommUtee'T/Mid^ feeling is^based' otf a statement. rvlrq With MPs In South Viet Nam ' ' t^- ^fS^SSS^ to-minesthe . Haiphoiigtharb'br from ,tHe"kir to cut off shipping. V-?r^s| Taylor, a part-time presidential adviser,-said he was giving only his personal-opinion. Biuf Mundt said he doubts the gener al^ would 'have', made suchlta statement without at least-tacit White House approval. ? This and other Viet Nam war questions j'werV likely : to b# raised in a Senate debate,on a 4415-million foreign aid authorization; including $275 million 0 emergency funds for South Vie! Nam ' ' Americans and Montagnard defenders, were heavy. But Col. William i McKean, commander of Special;Fofc'esin the area 360 miles north of r Saigon said jhis men ''fought every inchVof-the way" and he thought the 'Communist toll, was also high.:: The Communists took the triangular-shaped fortress after it had been pounded into ruins and flames bysRed-attack'andUiSi planes: trying to drive them off. 1: Heavy. clpuds;; at .timesVputtbg > � the ceUing �tb ?20p|feetyfseriously * jiindred the American, .pilots .1 flying in-almost over the tree"' tops.' .vi;. .'*" ,, , ^';IJntn^the^end^cii?Ameriea^'i:.v,' "Greeij Berets"fand their;toughfr ^ little .Montagnard'itroops'iclung ;' doggedly; to; a r single junker.on |^ii^|-^^�.,. Thr6ne!s'wtfe^Anna^ha# reported to, police iher husband disapReare'4 iMarch ^l.^Ppliye said Throne :vwas last seen ta,t >a Hazletpn, bus terminal dressed in work' clothes;', ,' In August 1963, Throne and Fellin -were\toisted4o>tth^;:.siir-'. face after being'trapped uhder-; Please Jurn;to.Page 8, Col. 5 Smok^ - No Fire Clearfield firemen'. were 'sum moned to the 'residence of Paul S.apeTb)att>^mst''%h^ There was no fire, he said. 1 ftifffcf Seoson, Right Mace This must be the season and the place. Some used car -ads have been running in our Classified section for only one day before the owners eall to report the car has been sold. The season is right .... .everyone has, travel on the brain. And the1 place is right . . . in "The Progress Want Ad pages. W59 MERCURY Monterey, excellent condition, one owner, 37,090, miles. Contact Mrs. Gust Johnson, Ansonville 672-M�L , 3;5^d.a(45) To.Bny,'�|ifci|, Rent, Trade, �Use The Progress , Classified Ads Phone, qearfleld 'pmUm Council Agenda CURWENSVILLE - The Pat-ton Building issue is going back on the agenda for next Monday's Curwensville Borough Council meeting and recommendations as to its disppsal are being so licited from the interested pub lie. Noting that Council has already received a number of rec ommendations from various clubs and organizations. President Frank Harzinski said representatives of these groups have promised to be present.' Since most of the publicly stated' recommendations have been in favor, of utilizing the former school for municipal and community purposes, he said he would ask for a roll call vote on ^h^ questiori Monday.' tr^For four years town council haj been' sitting- on; this; iprobr lem' with a time fuse.vighorinf the wishes of \the majority of people/',Mr. Harzinski declared, adding: V V V?This building was not given PJease Turn* to Page 8, Col. I Antif overly 1/nif Adapts Bylaws At Curwensville �' CURWENSVILLE - Eighteen persons attended the recent Area 7 anti-poverty meeting in the Curwensville Youth Center and adopted a set of bylaws. Attorney David Am merman was authorized to initiate incorporation proceedings for the group. At a previous meeting a perm anent board of directors was named which has been studying the possibilities for.a community action .program within the area. Since the project of a multi-purpose center offered the widest range' of activities, the board has been collecting information necessary to begin such a project. The,board has received considerable guidance^ from Community Action in Clearfield County, Inc., r in interpreting r w .1 Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 3 Former Coolport Man Is Transferred To South Viet Nam Larry Troxell, son of Mrs. Hel en Gualillo of Plattsburgh, N Y^andfGeMldiTro^ell^o ^^,^^^,.4.^.4^,,^r.-w,..,:.- ville, has" *een transferred to 'fi^ff^Slif B^en Hoa? So^th ^iet^ani-iS?"iSj' . Airman Troxell, formerly of tians transferred to Viet Nam. tember 196l and has been sta- ; Sent there in February, Pfc. tio|U,d at piattsburgh Air Force Rpyer is serving as a clerk in ,Ba^e since November 1962 fol Jhe 560th. MUitary Police Com- pany..He entered the Army Sept. 21, 1965, took his basic training at * Fort Gordon, Ga.', and graduated from Administration Training School at Fort Ord, Calif., in February. He was graduated from the Philipsburg-Osceola Area High School in 1963, and prior to his induction was employed by the W. T. .Grant Company, Clearfield. lowing graduation from the 3380th Technical School at Kees-ler Air Force Base, Miss. Airman'TroxeU is an aircraft electronics inertia! guidance system technician. ia 7 By^BIIiLBOYAifeKY ^SA^FRA^CISdof'CAP) ^ 1. The promiseofa^bifter fight for l thef party' s ygovtenidrshlp: nomi- ^ nation punctured.?Democratic,, plans "for^petcefute: primary �* ioitjy-ia^olfcheered^Republfcaias I '�ejiiiat1|lsi^^^'pl^#rfsWip4 nation's most populous state, sspempcratie^ Gov. Edmund G. Birwn^lseeking' w; third i .ter^a.ri � r^ie'd an|ruySto5the^;challenge^ bf?l!i6s Angeles^Mayor Samuel k W. Yorty, who said Wednesday he will try to take the nomina- � Uon "away from Brown. JJ  j 'I think he*s in the wrong party's primary; -but L accept the challenge," Brown told 2,500 . Democrats Wednesday night ;*at s a llOOraiplate fund-raising dhv J ne'r in.San Francisco. Yorty/ a maverick Democrat v who supported Republican Richard M. Nixon for president in i, 1960, accused Brown's 7-year- , old administration of "shoddy j machine politics." V, . > Republicans-.themselves split Please Turn to P�ge2, Col. S byli.._ ind the appointment of4ts board of directors, Area 7 now needs an advisory board. This'will include Please Turn to Page 8, Col. 1 German Diplomat Is Groom... Future Queen Of Netherlands Weds By JAMES F. KING AMSTERDAM, the Netherlands (AP) - Crown Princess Beatrix, the future queen of the Netherlands, married a handsome German diplomat today as 1,000 demonstra- More Than 5,000 Attend Opening Of Riverside Market PHILIPSBURG - More than 5,000 area residents attended the grand opening of the new Riverside Market here yesterday. . torf tried to march on fhe roya( pa|ace. The store was crowded from I /-i.i____  � � 10 a. m. when the doors opened until 9:30 last night. For five hours, from 10 a. m. until 3 p. m., not one.of the 140 shopping carts was idle. John Feldman of Johnstown, general sales manager for the Amsberg. Riverside Division of P e n n The demonstrators, most of Traffic Co., said.lie was more them youths, shouted condem-than pleased with the reception nations of the bridegroom and given the new store by the pub- republican slogans but were lici/The number of Mosljannon, about half a mile from the wed-Valley residents attending the ^ pr0Cegsi6Bi through Am- opening and their favorable com- sterdam.....The poUce dispersed mehts far exceeded our expec- the crowd as it started to march tikHA..  t� -J on the palace. In the; former Jewish quarter flowers were placed at the monument to the wartime resistance Club-swinging police beat them back. The bridegroom, Claus Von Amsberg, 39, grew up un-der Hitler and as a youth served in the German army. The !irnarriage made him a. prince of the Netherlands, entitled him to an annual allowance of $83,000, and changed his name to the Dutch, Van+---^----... , titions, he declared. Paul G. Reitz' of DuBois, general manager of the Riverside Please Turn to Page;i � and .her bridegroom^**, .the I bridal procession moved through i Amsterdam.  \ 1 The government 'had pro-. I. claimed a national holiday, hut if Pleas* Turn'to Page,�; ;