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Clearfield Progress (Newspaper) - November 21, 1966, Clearfield, Pennsylvania Today's Chuckle Experience helps, but somehow you never have it until just after you need it. Readers Tip For more-on Keystone Short-' way.-turn. tojPage-23. Vol..60 - No. 274 Our 56th Year Gleqrfie!d,;.CorAyensVille,tPhilipsburg, Moshannon Valley, Pa., Monday, November 21, 1966 " 15; 155 Copies Daily 28 PAGES TODAY ElliUIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIfllllillllllllluilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll^ | News From Around The World ... | J Pictures Show I I Moon Sites 1 = By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS | S PASADENA, Calif. - Lunar Oribter 2. has. photo- E = graphed six potential astronaut landing sites on the s 5 moon and has seven more places to scout, scientists E E ' report. = Fulmer In ^*"ewy ^r��Ps mm Lead by 82 In 77th Absentee Ballots In Both Counties Boost Incumbent    Reds Attack U. S. In Central Highlands Revolution Reported in African Republic LONDON - An unidentified speaker on Lome radio said today a revolution had broken out in the tiny West African republic of Togo. Two American Firms Boycotted KUWAIT - In an action that could significantly affect Arab-U.S. trade, the Arab Israeli Boycott Bureau has voted to ban the American Coca-Cola and Ford companies from 13 Arab states and sheikhdoms. Strike Closes 48 Ohio Schools YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio - Forty-eight schools here and in nearby Hubbard closed today as a result of a teachers' strike affecting some 40,000 pupils and creating transportation problems for some 2,000 parochial pupils here. Germans, U. S. Launch Sun Balloon PALESTINE, Tex. - German and American scientists launched a huge balloon Sunday in an experiment designed to photograph the solar surface and the sun's spectra. Musmanno Gets Italian Award NEW YORK - Pennsylvania Supreme Court Justice Michael A. Musmanno Sunday was honored in New York for his pro-Columbus stand concerning who first discovered America. The Italian Historical Society of America presented Musmanno with what it described as the society's "highest award of merit." Arts Contributions Increase Needed NEW YORK - The professional performing arts In America, which now need more than $20 million a year in contributions to survive, are going to require three times that amount by 1975, a team of economists predicts. E Absentee ballots .have - -- owned bv Aaron Moore of American forces in'Viet Nam 1 frogma[hebl�lc^%Sasngreed Hyde SatUrday at 7:15 * m" \Z^^I^tJ!L^ Kartha�us was^eredT^ may reasonably be considered - ,,^f^ ,u, j0, ,r. ,, They said a mechanical fail- = m Fw?�nd3r I T,Sin ur Gle"n Wj}" mately two hours said the fire liams emPtlcd a f,re extinguish, was confined mostly to parti- Please Turn to Page 2,- Col. 8 Churches Plan Services For Thanksgiving mer and six for Clemson The official count for the en- Meanwhile, the State Police also reported completion of the tire district now stands at investigation of an accident in 9.036 for Fulmer and 8,954 for whi?h 2J-year-old Mrs. Mary Clemson. Doubt Exists In Circumstances Of JFK Shooting Services commemorating the first Thanksgiving Day, when the pilgrim fathers gathered to give thanks for their survival, will be held in Clearfield County and throughout the Moshannon Valley. At Clearfield, members of the ministerium will sponsor, for the first time, a joint Thanksgiving Eve service. Services were formerly held Thtiniregiving morning. A large attend- ence of all member churches is hoped for at the service____________ which will be held Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. in the First death continues. United Presbyterian Church. At the service, open to the general public, the Rev. Rob- - ert Haines of the First Baptist Church will deliver a message titled "Of Faith and Louise Smith of Olanta was seriously injured Friday night. Mrs. Smith who suffered head and chest injuries and multiple bruises was found lying along Route 453 near Olanta. It was not immediately determined LBJ Listens To Doctors- For Awhile By KARL R. BAUMAN ing on Spruce Street" where""it "Justified ''-But:they" urged; ev; was parked ery effort to create axchmate of peace.'' . ; . : ';/..:.:]' . "While we cannot resolve all the issues involved in the  Viet Nam conflict,"; they; said, "it is clearly our. duty' to,.insist', that th ey be\ kept under. cons taut moral; scrutiny'!" This: was' the1' last of several major pronouncements flowing from the five-day session last week of the reorganized and renamed National Council of Catholic Bishops. '�  Entitled "On Peace," it said; "Americans can have confidence in the sincerity of their leaders as long as they work for Three Cabinet Members Asked To Stay on Job ST. CROIX, V. I. (AP)-Gov.- a just.peace; in Viet Nam. Their AUSTIN, Tex. (AP) - Presi- elect Raymond P. Shafer of efforts to find a solution to the u �u . i_ j i_ j. , . dent Johnson doesn't always Pennsylvania is asking three present impasse, are . well whether she had been struck by mind his doctor But the doctor memberg of GoVi Scranton's known. a car or fallen from one. seemed to know he wouldn't. cabinet - G. Allen Patterson, "We realize, that citizens! of all Police said this morning that The President, who underwent Maurice K. Goddard and Leland faiths and of differing political NEW YORK (AP) - Tuesday they had learned she had been two operation's Wednesday, H- Bull-to remain in the in- loyalties honestly differ among is the third anniversary of the struck by a car driven by her tooled about the hill country of coming administration;""a'Shafer themselves over the moral is- assassination of President John~"laT;he'r7''Edward F. Moore, 41, central Texas Sunday at the spokesman said today. sues involved in this tragic cqn- F. Kennedy in Dallas, Tex., and of Olanta. wheel of a white Continental, Patterson, of Pittsburgh, is Aict. the controversy surrounding his They said Mrs. Smith had making an accurate - but re- secretary of banking; Goddard, "While we do not claim to be started to walk down the high- luctant - prophet out of his of State College, is secretary of able to resolve these issues au Weights.' Opening remarks will be given by the Presbyterian pastor, the Rev. Richard Todd, and scripture reading and prayer Clearfield Firemen Will Elect Officers This Friday Night New officers of the Clearfield will be led by the Rev. Oliver Eh^T'1T"1 W11 b^ declf,d months of hearinS hundreds of Mr. Moore has been charged H. R. Krapf of the Trinity f [ d^ on5n in?h!. Kl^w?ii! "^T-5 and examininS * with driving while under the in- Mcthodist Church. * i ,,?.pcVn th� ?ec�"d Ward maunlamo�s array of evidence, fluence of intoxicating" bever- The program will be taped Fire House from 7 lo 9:30 P- m-and replayed Thanksgiving Candidates are running unop-morning at 9 o'clock over Radio P�sed 'n a11 offices except those Station WCPA. of v'cc president, second as- Mcmbers of the Christian Sci- sistant fire chief and assistant ence Congregation at Clearfield treasurer, will meet at 11 a. m. Thanks- Marvin Lumadue of Elk Hose giving Day in their meeting Company and Hiram Caldwell rooms at 413 W. Front St. Miss ot No- 1. are running against Helen Smith will present a vo- each �ther for the office of vice cal solo and the service will be President and Elvie Reasingcr conducted by the first reader ot Second Ward and Robert of the church, Albert L. Hublcr, Bobbins of No. 1 are both can ... ... -..s..d i iii> is sprrptarv nt auic 10 icsuive mese issues au- Was the killer Lee Harvey way after leaving a nearby tav- family physician, Dr. James C. forests and waters, and Bull, thoritativeiy, m tne ngnt Oswald? Did he act alone? Or em where she had been with her Cain. also of State College, is secre-was there a conspiracy involv- husband and parents. She had Johnson "is a hard man to tary of agriculture, ing one or more accomplices? gone only a short distance when slow down," Cain had observed Negotiations on their rentions The special investigative com- she was accidentally struck by Wednesday, though adding that are being conducted in Harris-mission headed by Chief Justice a car operated by her father. the and other presidential burg by Arthur F. Sampson, Earl Warren answered the first Mr. Moore left her lying on doctors hoped they could per- shafer's secretary-designate of two questions with a firm yes, the highway while he went to suade the chief executive to administration. The reason for the third with a firm no. Olanta to locate her husband, take things easy. the Harrisburg negotiations, said These conclusions followed the police said. , ?"� �* 1 ulea*:rJa�hnSf�" the spokesman, is the difficulty shouldn t drive a car lor m making connections and the maybe three weeks." expense of long-distance tele- The President started off - minding doctors' orders, but it Please Turn to Page 10, Col. 7 didn't last long Sunday. - Please Turn to Page 10, Col. 3 Georgia Election Picture frozen Until Dec. 5 But still pouring forth are ages. Mrs. Smith's condition was reported by attendants at the Clearfield Hospital as "satisfactory." In another Friday night accident, this one at Chester Hill, damage to two automobiles was set at $575. , , , . , , . Chief Lyle Fowler reported the A 7-6 victory by Wisconsin accident occurred at 6: Please Turn to Page 10, Col. 2 7-6 Game Blocks Potential Win In Grid Contest Please Turn to Page 10, Col. Chester Hill Man In Fair Condition With Burns of Body over Minnesota fooled most of 30 o'clock CHESTER HILL - Miles WASHINGTON (AP) - The Supreme Court stayed today a three-judge federal court ruling that the Georgia Legislature cannot elect that state's next governor. The effect is to freeze'the tan-___ . . S'ed Georgia election situation fuel-laden tank truck'ove'rturned until at ^east Det- 5- the da*e and burned early today on the set by hl2h court for hear- busy Vine Street extension of in� argffSient. the Schuylkill Expressway. Tne three-judge court in At-. Authorities., closed, the traffic lanta on Nov. 17 ruled tinconsti s Truck Upsets, Burns At Philadelphia PHILADELPHIA (AP) A Air Cavalrymen Suffer Casualties Before Help Arrives By ROBERT TUCKMAN SAIGON, South Viet Nam (AP) U.S. air cavalrymen clashed with North Vietnamese' soldiers in close-quarter fighting today in the central highlands and reported killing 102 of the enemy. ' ' " The U.S. military command^ said the-battle broke out when a platoon the 1st Vavalry, Airmobile, Division was attacked at hand grenade range by a "sizeable" North Vietnamese force. � ; " The. platoon suffered heavy casualties be f o r e reinforcements arrived, a military: spokesman said. Air striker were called in to hammer at the attacking Communists. \ ; The action,; part of Operation Paul Revere 4, raged 22 miles:* southwest of the U.S. Army Special Forces and at Adjer-eng, scene of North Vietnamese, probes and skirmishes for more than, a: week. Ground action was reported light elsewhere, but Korean marines operating near the South China Sea coast reported killing 91 Viet Cong Sunday in a two-and-a-half-hour battle seven miles northwest of Quang Ngai City. A Korean spokesman said the marines clashed with a reinforced Viet Cong company of 200 men, the largest enemy unit ithey have met since moving; into the area last August. In the air, Guam-based B52 bombers staged three raids today on enemy positions in South Viet Nam, two of them in. Com- -munist;.War Zone C in Tay Nihil� Province. ' , '*.:� A' few hours after the giant Stratoforts struck, 1,200 men of the U.S. 25th Infantry Division; \ycre lifted by helicopter into'� the target area, moving to with-v in 1,500'yards of the Cambodian^ border. Brig. Gen. G. G. O'Connor,; the assistant division command-' er, said his forces would continue to search for the Viet Cong in the area "but it seems now that' they have fled across the bbrder C for sanctuary." In the central highlands fighting, a U.S. spokesman said the' North Vietnamese hit the American cavalrymen initially from all sides, The spokesman said contact diminished this afternoon but was still continuing at last re- : .tiqpptt'^He said U.S. > casualties so , Jmyfte light. In "-addition to two raids on Tay 'Ninh Province, B52 bombers also struck today at a siis- and by Mrs. Esther Homan, dldates for second assistant Progress - host merchant foot- �;,hn,~" 8" rt'Zl �m ^ondlt!,�ni today in, PhlllPs" spection showed that an m- second reader. chief. Three candidates - Ken- A Thanksgiving Eve service neth Garman and Paul Salva- will be held in the C and MA tore of Elk Hose and R. Curtis Church at Curwensville as combined service for all churches in the community. The service will begin at 7:30 p. m. Parishioners of the Bigler and Shiloh EUB Churches will have a Thanksgiving breakfast at 6 a. m. Thursday in the Bigler Church. Please Turn to Page 2, Col. 1 County Firemen Pick 1967 Convention Site PHILIPSBURG - At their meeting in the Hope Fire Com- MK-^X'Sn E Sunday high 42; low 22j overnight low 22. \ Clearfield River Level Sunday 7 a. m;, - 5.45 feet (stationary). Sunday 7 p. m. -. 5.40 feet (fall-f ing). Today 7 a. mi - 5.40 . feet (stationary). , ri next year. The show opens tomorrow in strengthening the Republican Senate GOP Leader Everett Caracas, Venezuela, for 11 days, party. M. Dirksen reports Republicans Joseph McMurray, president, Romney arrived in San Juani also hope to offer an alternate and Samuel Sholl, vice presi- Sunday for a t\vo-\yeek vacation, budget if Johnson fails to bal- dent in charge of foundry oper-. He said in. a. statement that re- ance income and spending in his ations, left Clearfield yesterday ceritly, elected Republican gov- . . proposed 1967-68 fiscal program, for Miami, Fla. Following an erntor^.viijiUAb^. in,: a-.position.-to?; MOSHAX4NON -Marine Staff These disclosures, made in overnight stay they left this havekm'breTm'flu^ Hale Drive, Streetsboro, grand- Sgt. Jonn McCluswk, son of separate weekend interviews, morning for Caracas. affairs^and in the g6p, PnVlon( T ,, ia,lri,nj son of Mr. and Mrs. William r,r- and Mrs. John P. McClus- came a Republican leaders Mr. McMurray expects to stay Ro.ckefeller met Friday in the Robert L. Rogers is stationed Clark of Philipsburg. ick of Moshannon is oresentlv .....- '-..... at Washington and William R. n'it^tfc .^�h.. Mid'- State Airport Sunday low 6 (nation's, lowest),-high 37; overnight low 23. Viet Nam Nov.- 11. 2 a. m. Killed was A veteran of 15 years with the Honih�..rt"BTr T1iefi�dor,e J?diU Air Force, he has two other SSftEfi ^L.^ T3 brothers in the Air Force. Moshannon Marine Serving in Viet Nam ick of Moshannon is oresentlv 1----- i "-''r"",1-""- ��. wpecu io siay xvocjceieuer-met *rmay in the n^iie �n --a . stationed at Da Nans vTet ^egan formulating-strategy on at the show until Friday. Mr. Virgin-Islands;;with Republican P^^^nt^re ^^^^^ SJLl^L^ b��d^ rTT ^ the Goy,^l^d:.P?;Sha^ m; AU^a her F gh er as ^conven^ exhibit closes, will present some of PeMsylvahii, AlliRepublican; � . . WlUCn Convenes Jan. in Th� TPfhniral aHHrnccnc cfnw�m-A��tr>�^i-j'/r,-i.-._^__r. n > 1- Rogers is now in Alaska after not avaiiabie spending a six-week furlough at A native 0f Philipsburg, Hoi- ""-"eat"cr r*gniw ah*ck whicn convenes Jan. 10. The technical addresses. gpyerriqrsT;ahd:r:governors-elect; no"*e- .. -j. labaugh was-born March 29, S(luadron- GOP picked up 47 House seats Clearfield Machine will e* aree^cte4^to''meljti:in'3)ke,'in--  _M. Sgt. Rogers is marned.-to 1948,'and was a son of Theodore The squadron provides close and 3 Senate seats in the Nov. 8 hibit two foundry mixers at beriiiiilCoJoBLdbiSprings^Cc^;^''- the former Nancy Brown and'she odell'Hollabaugh Sr. and the'^ air support for U. S, and South elections. Caraeas. One is a seven cubic Bom^/r^o-'.V'won .a-'-'ttolf and the couple s twin daughters .former Rebecca Clark. He was Vie.tnamese forces and is the Dirksen said Republicans will foot model. The other - � .are'now^ hecpaternal'., ;��'-� -"�;',"';-7-j. . only land-based crusader jet - :-;---- home at Lake Charles, La.' Please"Turn-to Page 10,.Col. 4 squadron in Viet Nam. Please Turn to Page 2, Col. 1 Please Turn to Page 2, Col. 6 ?. PleaseiTurn-to^Paige 2,. Col. 1 Five-Day. Forecast Nov. 22-26: A warm*! dry period is indicated with terfiperatures'.. a ve r agi^g|^ �; llSto^3^degrees above thelf normal; highs of 45 to v46|is and normal Ibw^of 2'9,K^' 32. Warm throughout fthifef period: with 'only mjrter| day to  day.' changes; Fre-.W I a labor- term5.jNov.V8,; .says he: hasn't- ,?f?'u T?,"- n i9l * � ^ .:.^.L4- ' ^ - probability of showere , ^ ' " ' ward the end 6f the weelc^ ;