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Clearfield Progress (Newspaper) - March 28, 1966, Clearfield, Pennsylvania pi = ; _ WASHINGTON - ^ocill^c%^t�)#4^IX��?^n L = ,4, Q)eci&l hours tO'McdV^tla^t-mbiiCes appU^^ S E '';Wvehimenrifvbfg.:lM key voting districts tpSa^;  =  ' throwhig'cold water'on- the pppomtion')nsferyafive' = 5  party's hope's for^the'gerieral^Wectiou-'Thursday.'Tha--^1' = opinion poll in 40 .critical areas, held by the Conserva-E I lives in the last Parlian^ent^lKwed labor holding is = ' pel* cent moT40MM^m&%!^^^stCom&rfSi\i\es. HbuseVTc Si �irst-iil�iMri^'5A'ly>tiiil^fl9�:w^^ = poised to tnu^h off^Hother'rotn^ 6i,tiie^'guns vs. but- = ter" debated the^$zl5-Mdfa''t^)^ple61eital appropria- E tion bill,;coming upr'Tu'esday, primarily would fhiance 9 general government operations.'But it also includes E drastically. curtaUed';'cuts);for�'two Tof President-John-'". S son's 'GreatrSociety'il, programs f-'Hen^ subsidiestand, � = ^ School Bo/cott Plonned^at Chester | - .,,scHES'rER/t^Pa�*'/T^-;The;vChau:man(of tbe.jChester ^.S; ^C?pfi^itttco&^^^^ ''^i%e Chester public schools Friday because of what E terms,,racial imbalance. Dr. Felder Rouse said 5 ^.tffStinday the action ,was taken at a' meetfag ^o|i 25 lep- S ^K^f esentatives from tbe Chester ,CommitteerFor}F/eedpm S '"^\f and the^ Congress of Racial Equality. He said fhe/- E cott was decided on because ''npthtag has been E P^LQMaI'ES BEACH, Spain - The U. S. Navy  .,j,.^�sk�6rw"off the southern coast of.*Spain readied;hew' -fS S ij^equipment today for another try at liftirig>'a fes/H-= ^i'l^mb from 2,50(i feet of water. Rear Adm. William S. "" - *--'"i*--^ ,',i-._'j._i*xu-......---^ Sunday brcJcen , .Mas'?i in^'the. sam'as.>is.W)l.,,a8Hiiiiiiiii""M>UitiiMiiijniiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii^ - rncer-Ksfctin* iSBpERANK^CAREY.r ciatedsPress Sci�B^ ^VHter flTTSBURGH (AP) ^ A �ci|ritlst' repwfed^ devel^ ^qpment Jof^^^^l^d^^iSlj^p an(|-Hyde' ^y^^of,'; cance'r;' fighting drugi^ich^app be9bmes evil oi#?; when , cafcer cells.'; '^/r V _ d^ijS^s a [email protected]^af^ ;er^ersion;of;.the?cancerratta(!kT , ing|nitrogen>'mustard'drugs= that ait^wcheriiicalacousiris ;^of sskin-blisfering ipoisqnyigase&:;used on Wfld Warl.battlefields.^^^^.. ijip new drug - so far used vonjyinvanimalsbutwith promising results^rrsKas been dubbed 'a||stingless mustard,", in that it attVcks cancer cells like coii-vei^tional mustards, but apparently lacks their unwanted "s|ing" for normal cells, Please Turn to Page 6; Col, 7 DuBois City Council Wiil Probably Appeal Highway Declaration b,UBOrS - City Council here williprobably appeal the State Highway Department's declaration! of "intent".to take.yland ;0n the;Anderspn.C3reek watershed for'constructionlof the'^Keystpne Shortway;;,' �;. ��� :;..y.;.. Department.'officials: fSled: the declaration in; the courthouse at Clearfield 'and served the papers on the mayor and City Council Thursday afternoon. At a later executive session of Council the general sentiment was to appeal the matter. Mayor Kenneth S. Showers said that any action taken would be T during � topight's regular. Council meeting. * The Highway Department wants land near the DuBois Reservoir at Home Camp to buUd two sections of the Short-way. The city wants the state to proJtect, the reservoir...ftorn . construction; tur^idityiiNegol a*^ tions onethe^matteralletweehi'ithe cit|iandibe!^taJ?,Li^ay^3%!il'go-^ ing,.,on,..;'for,L:.montltsi...'.!',::^\\?,l*,..\..i; Sections of the interstate highr ways on both sides of Chev two disputed sections ore alreadyj; under construction. mm a 925''Savin'gs Bo1 will be awarded. fi'i^My ente�st stop :i Mmm _ . Five persons ^iiirere injured' in iwo trafficaccidents in tbe'PhUr, ipsburg area Saturday. How-' ever, : Elsewhere, rawas sno|tr!rii ing when both accidents ,/oc-' curred.iDamage to the vehicl'i6s;; totaUed $2,500, 'jT-^^ Mrs, .Mabel Casber, 47, Judy Casher, 18,-and Warren CasherjS six months, all of'Black iMOrF shannon, were injured at 5:AS p.- m.'when'their car skidded' on;a,patchVof ice, went off;^'ei' left side of the highway -a'nd crashed into ai tree. Damage; to the'caxi^'was ' set at' $l,000i'.*? , Mrs. Casher and Judy are list- iBy;THOMASrA.^�EEDy, SAIOON,,^ Sodth' Viet /Nam (AP) -l;U.S.-;Ail:.>E0rce�52s poured.-iOOjOOO poundsi'of-.explo-, sives ^ oh 'thick'"t'/mangrove swamps 18 miles soiitheaS't of Saigon-today onlyya^.Me^or,so ahead> +Americamf Marines Vthe'i swamps .after the eight-enr gine,.bombers unloaded ,their 750-pound bqmbf,.An AirPorce �spokesman . said a ;Cqmmunist jiirigle mine factory' hidden among mangroves � 40 Cfeet. hlgb apparently ^ad' beeft 'obliterat--ed. ' He described the strike as "the most'awesome arid devastating thing I ever have,seen." While the, blasts from' the bombardment cchped across Saigon, two other'waves of B52.s'; from Guam unloadedithfeir iinas-sive bomb � loads , on;, Tay Ni'nh Provinde,' an old Viel Cong stronghold- and reputed' Jungle headquarters of the ^National Liberation iFront; The,: bombers attacked,^ sectors five,, miles apart ne�''the'Cambqdlttn border about 70'mile^, northwest of Saigon. ' ' ' , ' "' Bad weather kept carrier planesfrom striking North.Viet Nam Sunday,; but Air Force fighter-bombers. flew 18 high-altitude' missions picking out their targets by radar. Among themwas the Mugia Pass,..a juncture of two strategic routes to neighboring; Laos, where U.S. jets caught a truck convoy last week..-v-^" � In the South, Air Force jets '^5te-"-;-; blew' up 34 sami)kfis*at�;?thrgSF  lat'ge motorized' junks "'iri-^i'iaids ' over the Mekong.'DiltaDsSuib, ' and west of Sai|6n(/;^StliMiy^K 1?^ spokesman said:" '�rH''--,;.fi'sv� In'the central'MgKiai4dS;?iftiir'*-the Cambodian'boMe5?Jt*tr^lasf^r Cavalry, ' ;AirmoJ)ii^''fif^iglSSi^ troops' destroyed. 15' hiJ^^^i^'itli':' sleeping racks;an(U30W63aioles,'' Please Turn to Page-6,, Col; ,5 Write for Progress Please Turn to Page 6, Col,:2; ' ^ --i- I' U;: tayteesSlafe } "^The- Cieikehi^rea J, will ho\d t^eit ..annual .East^^^ I 2:30 D...m.-;next,Sunday.,' .^,.,..4 ' Thef lJunt Is^^eri to^a^ Jhil-dren io years of age a^^^-"' In order ,to give all young| ,an opportunity tp shart.i^^n! , awarjl^th? .hunt will bfdiyiiled irito tKrefe:ige groups-''^~-'-'^-^' yearcolds;;.^* through; throug^i%0:\ JiRichard Mattern ert ^?aHS*lgneur, - cqj of the'efent, said "that mately 80 dozen eggs't hidden... Prizes JwiUlberfgi CtJp>;= Robert M. Sheriff/a Ghister Hill-native wiio was; wpunded iiri Vi^^^ arid * ' thei^.yojohtisi^red^tq ' IJiat:. war-torn, country,Will write, a series of stories exclusively, for,The Progress. '; His articles will deal mostly ,; with "the other yvar" - the one dealing with disease,, hunger, . ignprdri^e, . poor . ecopomic cpriditlons arid all ^oif the. other troubles which 'plague- that Asian nation along with.the ravages of the fighting-war.;../*;;''; . ' The series, whiclj will .begin tomorrow, will'be published Qi Capt. Sheriff finds time to write from his hprmdl duties as a U. S, a;rnly adyis-�or tO' the Sputh .Vietria rnesei ^ He also plans to accom pan/ each story with pictures. ; -Inreturn, The-Progresit will :supply,funds;to .buy;:su(jplies s,i^h'as toothpaste;: soap and-dth'er"' essentials. :'which^^ the captain. finds locking ombng the people he is trying to -help.. And from time:to: time, in, cooperation with Chester Hill Police Chief tyle Fowler ^ahd the Chester Hill Fire Po-�.lice The Progress will ask the P R.OGR^ES$ MAP shows . public to help supply funds .CaiL�^�#>'P/S�Snt'^^^ cMiian needs of the Sout|l; -^^*JtjJjGovf!li'p#;j|foi^'; . Capt. Sheriff,' 34; a sdldier 0'ih>bl.ved';in heWy.� ^forll years and sonof-Mr, mmm^J^^0m^ Mr*. Ralph-a. .sheriff of f^^^ikm^SoieW^jy^P. 'Chester Hil, is married to the grformer: Ruth Ellen Horner of �tSharon, His wife and their Last Day For Vote Registration Today is the last day to register to-vote or to change your party affiliation before the May primary election. ' The Clearfield County Registration Office-in the Courthouse Annex, wiU4be.,open.;unJiU9 p.m. tonight - to' accept' applications from late-comers'. A total - of 139 ;persons i were registered, to vote last'Saturday at a special registration at, DuBois.,They included 71 'Republicans) 67 Democrats and b6e Independent. '';' �;.' Capt. Robert M. Sheriff , . . on.a quiet day:in Viet Nam at'rfnj^|;.thet-conY Houtzdifcd reff is^eraTKfoe's riE?obUgation. Or| if you are' calling to place a low-; cost Classified Ad just ask the girl to enter your name, Each day thls;;^Kjveek .ihtee; names will ;appei(r^'in|the Classi:| fled section of 'rHekProgre|Si|| Each of those pers'6rfs^wiU!Kre:'i ceive a $2 bill by siiH^ly iCall-^ ing the nearest'ProgreM'ipffleef At the end of the weeW- alll names wUl be eligi^e %r^;,the; grand award - th^e',$2!f.Sa'yii}gs Bond. ' r.'^ivi"...: Remember, the :!;iearlle.r you register the more?ch'an'ces you| have'to win. Thi; contest closes; at 4 p. m. Fridayi' � �% By the way, when you register, ask about the^ "extra .bonus,''- : ;uto| B.iis ;j3ortahon and - froni.Jlie ^ark;,ThCfiuJlPill pickup^the^ childi:en/according'to the follow-ini jschedule':;. ' * ^ "^-"pJ^-roJ/iR^We, ChU| .Col.' 2y lirenien's Association Convention Set At Houtzdale June 25 . WINBURNE - The Clearfield County Volunteer Firemen's Association convention willbe held ^at Houtzdale ;^June'25 with a pumping contest' planned at 'Brisbin damy it: was announced here yfesterday at the association's monthly meeting.. In other matters, the Morris Township Fire Company an-nouqqed that its annual fair .'will bepird Jl[Qe,8-11 with the.m'aii^ p'arade'oii.'tfune 11.' . sporty-itvof men, attended' yes-�torday.Vviiieieiin'g.''in .the* 'Wih-burne Fire Hall. The next meeting willbe held in the Oklahoma; 'j3iv;iian Defense 'Fife IW- at; 2:30 p. k, (DST) April 24. 'feetingi;^(fa.l|in|^).'; ' i ' ' Today 7 o.'ym.. - ,.,4.45 feet (falling)!' " ' Clearfield Weather Sunddy^Iow 22; High 32. Overnight low 20. Mid - State Airport Sunday low 15; High 26. Overnight low 12. Five Day Forecast March ;29,Aprll 2: Temperatures' w i M . overage three to six degrees below 'normal: Daily normals are -a high of 47 to 53 and a low of 31 to 32. There will be. a islow ^arpirtg trend, 'to;ciljovf(; njbrmal tenip�|ra-jtiiffs >J)�'|h� ofVthe vi^eek: pry/nost^of^the^per,-iod but with sea ttere d s)^owers near the weekend ayeraging/iesK than two-tenths of an inch. five children are living at Sharon while the captain is overseas. , He first- arrived' in Viet Nam; last April,26 and was stationed near the air base at Da No rig as an advisor with .the, Second, Arnriy Df^i sion. > - '  '.' On Sept. 27, while leading a patrol of 11' South Vietna mese soldiers, he was wounded. The patrol capie under ,Viet Cong attack .arid ^was surrounded by heavy,enemy fire. Siieriff and ,hi$ men rolled down.ia.,dikeMi,into rice paddy, but �: not before the- captain was hit by at lease one.;bullet Ayhleh went through his forearm, elbow, bleep d'nd back. Tw0 helicopters rescued the patrol while two other chpp-pers held off ,the enemy Sheriff ~wa's flown to Do Nang where surgeons went to -work immediately 'on his wounds.' In' the hospital later three :Marine'Corps; gen-ei-als 'decorated,'hirn with the Purple Heart. '\ Following hisi-recovery at a hospital in Japan and a leave at home,'Capt. Sheriff requested a return to' Viet Nom'-and . was it'qs'signed - to An Khe;in the An^tuc District 240 miles north,: of Saigon and '40 miles east of . fleiku He arrived at An Khe about a nnorith ago". ' "" In his current, assignment, soside from combdf ;duty, the �captain,' is- involvedvijn num eroys jobs designed to help the ' South Vietr)pmese -raise their standard of'lmng. These duties will form the'basis for his stories to The Progress. in Sixty-three postmasters from central and west central Pennsylvania met at Clearfield Saturday to test the effectiveness of po'stal seminars throughout the state and even throughout the nation., 'Saturday's test seminaj-, held in the New Dimeling Hotel Saturday,, afteriioion and evening, featured' talks' by state officers of the National Association of Postmasters of the United States, sponsor of the session, and a regional postal official. , Philadelphia Postmaster Anthony I.. Lambertj president of the;�tate chapter of NAPUS, explained the experiment as one designed to make postmasters aware of things which can be done to malce the po.stal system Please Turn to Page 6, Col, 'i Seven From Area Receive Degrees From Penh State^ UNIVERSITY PARK - The Pennsylvania State j University conferred .degrees on 731; graduates' Saturday, marking the close of the Winter Term. Dr. Eric A. Walker, president of the university, conferred the degrees, which included 170 advanced degrees and 561 bacca-education degree. Among the candidates for advanced degrees were 33 who qualified for the doctorate, 29 for the doctor of philosophy degree and four for the doetor of aducatin degree. ' Candidates for degrees from Clearfield 'County and the Moshannon Valley: ^ i John C. Axelson, 412 Turnpike Ave., Clearfield, B, S,, secondary education; Eugene K. Park, 8^1 Martin St., Clearfjeld, M.Ed,, agrirultural edlicatlon; Jack F. Dodd, 323 E. Weber Aye., DuBois, M.Ed'., art education; Don- Please; Tiirh to Page 2, Col, 2 Another State House Unit May Use Subpoenas HARRISBURG (AP) - Anolh er House committee is talking about the possible use of sub poenas to obtain information. Chairman Martin P, Mullen of the House Appropriations Com. mittee says be will subpoena de partment heads if his panel fails this week to get detailed finan cial information. The practice has been for^bulk sums lo be appropriated to various departments -for;broad program categories. 'Mullen seeks to change this by having a line by-line accountmg. The Republican-controlled bud get office c^lls this an intrusion of the powers of the executive branch; and told department heads to ignore such requests. Subpoenas had been distribut Please Turn lo Page 2, Col. 6 UFO Come if U. S. in Slaying Case Approved WASHINGTON (AP) - The Supreme Court, upheld today the federal government's; right to invoke tjvo .1870;laws and bring conspiracy charges .in cases of anticivil rights terrorism. Specifically, the high court approved federal?prosecution of 17: persons^'ac^Srs.^una'niniqus.. Th'e, Penn-ve'rdi'ct^'Vas .a^'split deci-' sion in which,).fpurjpdges joined in two?;partialvidigsentsv ;:Nf;; '� The Mississippi' case .involved; charges against^'thfee 'law" officers and 14'other persons.',. Justice Abe-Portasdelivered the; unanimousi decision. vJustice Hugo^'LV Black no'tfed'' that, he concurredfin 'the judgment. � FprtM('.|.said the Missisa.ippi casfe imolyed rights, ,^nde%. the: Constitiition's guarantee' of 1 due ' Plea^^rn-6^P##Cp|^ IjCitchen Hints Bbcijctcmmiified With Top Tips Heloise's newest best seller, Helbise's, Kitchen .,Hii\ts, vVvhiph: soldI,moreiitha>!^00,OOQ. copies; in; the|^5d;edyer8|3.95|j5di^^ is now?!'ayailable'J to-Progiiess! readers!- in .a . and more efficient. It is one of.twoiHeloisebod^s The Progress is making available to its readers at the nominal cost of 50 cents. (The other is Heloise's Household Hints, a 167-page book that contains solutions for hundreds of household problems and unique tips to save money and time. To receive a copy of House-' hold Hints or Kitchen Hints just drop In at The Progress office nearest you or mail .^O cents in coin to Heloise Book, The Progress, Clearfield, Pa., 16830, Drive Plonned For Burned Out Family FBENCHVILLE - The Karthaus Firemen's Auxiliary and the Lutheran Church women will conduct a house-to-house drive tomorrow starting at 1 p. m. for the John Wagnqr family. The Wagner family was left homeless Friday night when fire destroyed their home tjvo miles north of Frenchville. .Fire Chief Edward Jury said , the cause of the fire was'unknown and that the house was parlially covered by insurance.' Items needed for the family include food, clothing, household goods and money, DETROIT (AP)VMichigan|8 weird, biiijking lijjhls apparent-f ly havc.Cextendedj:thei^,;appearr �� ances into Ohio and Wi'scpn^in.. j The rcppHs of sightings,' liij^-  ited for nearlytwo; weeks^o, southern 'MicHigan,'i;;W[blm*l.? North Philipsburg^V'^,i^?t6cln� Hurwitz and Martha Griest, Phil-ipsburg Elementary;. Joan-Dix- Please Turn to Page 6;' Col 6 ; Interruption of filter Service Scheddlfil WINBURNE - The, \Wn6urne Water Co. and the Al.lporl^W�ter Auliiority said today-thatSwater service in the Kylertown and Allport areas will be interrupted tomorrow from 9 p. m. to 5 a. m. Wednesday. ^ s;. i, The interruption is necessary,: the company said, in o'rder to, make necessary tes^i on' the Kylertown Reservoir, Late News WASHINGTON (AP);- Prcs-' ident ; Johnson: wc^coiJicdv India's Prime; Miril&^fcT^vIndira Gandhi today fis a'>l'gopd and' gracious friend "and gave assurances, that the, United States wiU backher effortsvtp'iolva 'India's great prpll>lem8,T > ' In a While^Hoj^se welpofniitg ceremon:g, .Mrs. iGandh'i r^sp^nd-ed^that Ihdia and IhV'United States "should not take' eavh ; other fqr granted or allow. reU- ^ tions lo drift." .^^ ;