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Progress, The (Newspaper) - October 31, 1970, Clearfield, PennsylvaniaToday s chuckle no Saiag improves a woman s appearance More than a Man s. The Progress the weather mild with rain see forecast Page 14 vol. 64 no. 257 year Clearfield Curwensville Phippsburg Moshannon Valley pa., saturday october 31, 1970 copy 10 cents copies Dohy pages today winners losers Bellefonte 36 Clearfield 6 Dubois 8 Philipsburg Osceola 0 Branch 32 Bucktail 0 Portage 26 Moshannon Valley 14 Purchase line 20 Laurel Valley 8 Corry 8 Punxsutawney 6 Tyrone 30 state College 6 lock Haven 46 Bald Eagle area 14 Huntingdon 20 Hollidaysburg 6 Indiana 7 Central Cambria 6 soviets of 2nd meeting by the associated press 3ioscow the u. S. Embassy said today it has received permission for a second meeting with three american army officers and a turkish colonel detained in soviet Armenia since oct. 21 when their unarmed Light plane strayed across the Border from Turkey. Two u. S consuls will Fly to the armenian capital Yerevan on monday and proceed the follow ing Day to Leni Nakan where the men Are detained. The detainees Are Mai. Gen. Edward e. D. Scherrer Brig. Gen. Claude m. Mcquarrie jr., maj. James p Russell and col. Cevat Denali. Their turkish escort officer. May be . Envoy London informed sources said today that lord Cromer. A banker and former Diplomat has emerged As the leading candidate to be Britain s next ambassador to the United states. The present ambassador John Freeman a former labor government minister is preparing to leave the Post about the end of the year probably to return to journalism and television broadcasting they said. Canada to retain Powers Montreal Quebec Premier Robert Bourassa vowed Friday night that police searching for James r. Cross the kidnapped British Trade commissioner in Montreal will retain emergency Powers As Long As these terrorists Are on the there was no Trace of Cross seized almost a month ago. Police arrested four More persons Friday bringing to 409 the number of arrests since the measures act was invoked two weeks ago. A total of 132 remained behind jars. Nixon aide places blame Washington a Nixon administration economist today blamed the nation s economic troubles on democrats and assailed critics who say republicans Are at fault for unemployment and the High Cost of living. The test of the speech by Treasury undersecretary Charles e. Walker carried a note to editors from Secretary David m. Kennedy recommending it As one that out the straight facts about the rail mishap toll High Johannesburg thirteen persons were killed and 230 injured today when a crowded passenger train crashed into the rear of a stationary one near a Johannesburg railway station. It was unlikely that any More than a dozen of the injured would be hospitalized authorities said. Most of the victims were africans. When Rescue workers attempted to free the White Engi Neer from the cab of one of the trains crowds of africans who flocked to the scene began to Stone them. Chiang Kai Shek is 83 Taipei Formosa president Chiang Kai Shek spent a quiet 83rd birthday with his family today but his countrymen celebrated with dozens of rallies and hundreds of parties throughout nationalist China. Mamie endorses Broderick Harrisburg former first lady Mamie Eisenhower in a rare foray into political campaigning endorsed Raymond Broderick. The gop candidate for governor of Pennsylvania Friday. She said she and Julie Nixon Eisenhower the wife of her grandson will vote for him next tuesday. She and Julie sat on either Side of Broderick at a news conference before campaigning through the Southeastern and Anthracite regions of Pennsylvania. Pm talks blacked out Petroit under a news blackout the United Auto workers Union and general motors corp. Go into special probing sessions today in a new phase of the strike. The most important economic demands get a private hearing As both sides seek for softening in the major stands which have not modified since the seps. 15 walkout. News blackouts have in the past been a sign that critical talks aimed at a breakthrough were at hand. Warsaw pact sessions end Moscow Warsaw pact military commanders concluded a three Day meeting Friday in Varna bul Garia which Tass said summed up state of combat readiness operational and military training in 1970 and discussed tasks for the official soviet news a ency added that All problems were discussed in a Friendly atmosphere and in a spirit of Mutual understanding Between All participants 1 gubernatorial centers visits Clearfield county _ it. Gov. Raymond j. Broderick right. Republican gubernatorial candidate is Shak ing hands with John Redding former Osceola Mills mayor this morning of or. Roderick attended a party rally at the Captain s table restaurant. Progress photo bad weather fails to Stop Broderick by Fokd Burkhart associated press Winter Philadelphia a ear Iowa is the censer o a dispute Ber Veea Tise two major candidates for governor is the Campaign nears a close Den socks Milton and his Republican opponent. Gov. Raymond j. Broderick traded Ami Jar charges Friday nigh about the cartoon. The occasion Aas their final appearance before tuesday s else lion. Tie cartoon featured a Brod Erick s newspaper Saver Tising. Portrays Shapp Iea wins a band of protestors at the Isis demo Craic convention in Chicago. One of face Geryon Siratirs Carrs a Viet Cong Flag. Another is throwing a Rock. Broderick told the Philadel phia charter of Sisaia Delta Chi journalism society the cartoon was based on shape s participation in the demonstrations. He said the Issue was import ant a the gubernatorial race adding. The encouragement of violence intentional or not. Is not responding of a question Broderick said he was not Sug Gesting Shapp led demonstrator an i of and no evidence a Viet con Flag was carried in a part. Shapp Adna s a kids o her convention Frai their Hoel the to ii Obj but he the group had police permission for the procession. Shapp denied he in any violence have yet pointed that untrue in the a Ertise Nien " csar be i Shapp replied re Rock thru Winz in no one carried a vie cons Fia an he carry s a Ehe. Full o Money for a a a for jailed demonstrators As he cartoon portrayed him a Tho ugh touched 3j in his prepared opening statement on problems neither said anything to. Ihnn Pood c 5 Cut v. A run or i a Ever or d Ivai i by said. Bradeck Carr rs.2r. Today through an Indiana Buck to Tsiria for tfi.? notre Anae and to an evening ral. Is s. Notreda me St a Aliss in Philadelphia. By Betty Hamilton Progress staff writer like the traditional mailman neither rain nor sleet nor even bad flying conditions can keep a dedicated campaigner from his appointed rounds. I. Governor Raymond Brod Erick proved that this morning As he greeted a crowd of Republican voters at the Captain s table on one of the stops on his whirlwind final pitch for a gop Victory next tuesday. Steady rain and a Low ceiling prevented the Republican gubernatorial candidate from Fly ing into mid state Airport As Curwensville dam to be raised slightly the Fovel of the dam was raised slightly today in an Effort to Stem sow of Iron oxide precipitant into the Reservoir which the stale mines department says could turn the Lake blood red. The problem Siems from mine acid pollution in the headwaters in the Bakerton area of Cam Bria county. A to the time the dam was drawn Down to per Mit construction of a Beach area at curve Neville state Park the Iron had been settling out of the water at lumber City. Increased Channel sow created by the draw Down however has already pulled the red water half Way through the 790 acre recreation Reservoir. H. B. Charmbury stars mines Secretary was unaware of she draw Down until earlier this week and pressed immediately for the department of forests and Waters to order the water level raised. Charmbury said he was told by Forest and Waters Secretary Maurice k. Goddard that tie u. S. Army corps of engineers be asked to raise the level but Only to a Point where it would not interfere with construction work. A spokesman for the army engineers said this would amount to Only one or two feet. Is not completely what i am thinking be Csir said Charmbury. But a added that it would help. The mines Secretary said would like to see it go up to Winter Pool level which be an additional five or six to insure Protection of the darn. Planned. Instead the Pilot of his private plane made a last min Ute switch to the Dubois Jeffer son county Airport where the lieutenant governor was met by Clearfield county Republican leaders and driven to the Cap Tain s table at Clearfield. Immediately after a half hour visit with party workers he continued his final Campaign tour of the state that will take him to Punxsutawney. Indiana. Phil Adelphia and Pittsburgh before he returns to his Philadelphia Home to vote tuesday. They say it in t traditional for a candidate to Campaign on election Day Bat i and my whole family Are going to be doing it and i ask you. To do the he told the party workers. Reporting that a spot Check made during the last few Days showed him slightly ahead of his democratic opponent lie urged that there be no letdown in working for a gop Victory. Lei s get out every vote and if you know where you can 100 More votes go out and get those he said. I m concerned deeply concerned. That s Why t want you to keep working. It s going to be a close he continued. His concern he said is based on the future of the state if his opponent wins. Again he repeated charges thai Milton Shapp had marched with and supported demonstrators against the police at the National demo cratic convention at Chicago two years ago. He says this is smear but All we Are doing is bringing out his he continued As be named newspaper reporters who at the time of the Demon stration had said Shapp marched with the demonstrators. If this were not True Why did t he deny it then instead of waiting two years to do he asked. He refuted statement that his concern at Chicago had been Over the possibility that a fascist Rule was taking Over. Who were they calling fascists the police that s who. The police May have Over reacted but so would any of us if we had had to take the taunts the insults and the phys ical violence they he labelled any Man who sup ported the demonstrations against the Chicago police As too to be governor please turn to Page 14. Col. 5 Hijacker takes plane to Guba Miami a forty nine passengers who boarded nation Al airlines flight 43 from Miami to san Francisco found them selves in a Havana hotel today the victims of a Man who pulled a Hijack. A a Altona spokesman said the airline had Learned the sengers who arrived at Haven a s Jose Marti Airport at . Friday had been taken to a hotel. He said he did not expect Tea pcs jetliner to return until later today. Flight 43, which also had scheduled stops in Tampa. New Orleans and Houston was diverted at . Friday 20 minutes after it left Miami International Airport. Pigeon Story has Happy ending remember the Story earlier this month of the homing Pigeon who could t find his Home Well he found it. Mrs. Blair Anderson of Bailey settlement said the Bird disappeared from outside her Home monday Afier a three week stay. Before the Pigeon left. Mrs. An Derson had received a phone Call from a Phi Isburg resident who had read a Progress Story about the Bird. Noting the coded hands on the Pigeon s leg. He told mrs. Anderson to Contact a Pigeon racing club at Pittsburgh. She wrote to the club but before there was time for an answer the pig Eon had taken off again. The Bird perhaps rested after its three week vacation in the Countryside flew Home to Pittsburgh last tues Day. Yesterday. Mrs. An Derson received a letter from Edward Laskowski of Pittsburgh the Bird s owner who thanked her for her kindness. Now everybody s Happy three tractor trailer trucks and a station Wagon piled up in a spectacular crash on inter state route 89. A half Mike West of the Clearfield interchange Early Las night blocking both eastbound lanes for about three hours. Part of the wreckage was cleared away from one Lane but one Way traffic was still in elect late this morning. The traffic snarl was com pounded about 8 a. In. Today when a fourth tractor trailer transporting 200 live hogs Over turned in a Freak mishap at the scene. Miraculously Only one of the Drivers involved in the Chain read Ion. Crass Jast night was injured. Be is John f. Weder ski. 35. Of Freemont. Web. Who suffered Brush Burns of the face arms and he is in satisfactory condition at the Clearfield Hospital. During the time both of the Highway were blocked last Nushi eastbound traffic was rerouted from the Obj sin interchange near Elliott Park Down routes 322 and 153 through Ponville and Kerr addition. State police and Volunteer firemen were on the scene throughout the night in z Mas Sive cleanup operation. According to police. The Rig driven by Wederski struck a station Wagon operated by Char Les Lannen. 64. Of Youngstown. Ohio and then overturned. Two tractor trailers following behind were unable to Stop in time and crashed into the Over turned ri2. The. Were operate i by Wii san of key port. X. A. Ana Joseph Kelson 37. Phiiipsbur2. Police estimated total is siege a s52.soo. Police said today s Freak Sci the scene occurred when Dallas a Moore 29. Of Perkasie. Pa., stopped at the scene. As he pulled out the trailer of his Rig for some unknown reason came Loose from the tractor and tipped Over on its Side injuring or killing a number of the hogs inside volunteers. Including firemen. Erected Snow Fence around the Dis shed trailer while other in cers entered the trailer in an. Effort to nerd the squirming squealing animals into the enclosure. To estimate could made As to How the wreckage Cou a cleared from the High Way. Another tractor trailer had been dispatched to the Occue to transport the surviving hogs to their destination. In one other county mishap Margaret r. Franklin. Is. Of Cowlesville. N. A. Was Sinit Ted to Hospital St Stangier with head and Chest injuries after her compact car went oat of control and Over turned on u. S. 213. 3. Mile South of bum Side. At p. M. Friday. Damage was estimated at inside the Progress Church news 3 classified ads.12. 13 deaths .14 hints from heloise.5 Hospital news 14 lore political All owe in spooks Are vicious Bill signed sax Clemente. Calif. Cap president Dixon has signed a Bill creating a govern ment corporation to improve the nation s Railroad Nas Senser service. The White House announced signing of the Day. It authorizes so s300 and Grants up to ration in improve Railroad equipment and passenger serv ice. Bill creates the Railroad passenger corp. To operate independently but with Federal subsidies. The Corpora Tion have 15 directors. By the associated press parents police and civic groups Are on the Alert today for vicious hah Oween tricks on As poisoned Candy and apples spiked with razor Blades which were found in Many areas last year. As the first reports of such incidents this year came in. Police warned Don t Jet children eat any ha33owveri treat without taking a Good look at it first. In Phoenix. Ariz., police and narcotics agents said there Sifi is a danger that treats might is Jaked with drugs. They issued repeated warn Inas to parents not to 1st Chil Dren eat Candy unless enclosed in the original factory wrap Ping. The officers said fears of drag were sparked by that Larse amounts of seconal tablets were circulating in the Phoenix area. Police warnings were accompanied by new soaker Jents in Syracuse. . And Indianapolis. Ind. To combat both the menses to Rick or treating children and the possible problem of Vandal ism by some of them hundreds of Jaycees members in 7vlemphis. Term., planned to take to the streets tonight in s mass safety they wiil have no Ponce rower bin were equipping their cars with two Way radio sys tems to Call police if Nece sary. In a . Ill., Friday night. A child bit on a Hallow Een trea and found s Wade. Donald crossbars. 9. Old his Mother after hours of to s e r e a something in bar t. 7urs Mary Ann Grossman. The Broxie Safet razor Blade. Her son was unhurt. The Blade stuck Between his Teeth. By Isaio . Police also re ported a similar incident when an unidentified child s Mother accidentally dropped z Hallow Een Apple which broke open to reveal razor leu by j. T. Wolkerstorfe associated press writer Saigon a president Goyen Van Thieu told his countrymen today that he win never surrender to the communist or accept a coalition government and that Xoanh Vietnam has no Chance to win the War. The enemy has lost his initiative on the Thieu said a 90-minute Stase of the nation address. He has lost practically All control Over the population and will continue to destroy his political infrastructure. The communists will los.1 and we meanwhile More than 150 persons were Ivnor cd dead and nearly homeless from floods that washed away Ham lets roads and croplands along a wide stretch of South Lett am s Northern coastal 5ow lands. Thieu. Before a joint session of the nations Assem Bly on the eve of South Viet Nam s Tationa Day. Said the vietnamese and Viet Cong proposal for a coalition government is a machiavellian he 3ai- red All South vietnamese support such plan lackeys of the Iii de military operations from the demilitarized zone to Danang and southward to Quant were at a Vir Tual St instill. Marine Heli copters made Rice drops to per Sonji still isolated but in no immediate danger. Some of the helicopters were shot at by she Viet Cong. One in 12 feet of water and one of to four crewmen was reported missing. Four . Marines reportedly drowned when their jeep was swept off Highway i Between a Nan s. And Chu Lai. Vietnamese authorities said that Al last report k 2 persons were dead and another 147.761 had been evacuated by Helicon tors and boats to Bishr around. Of the dead apparently vere vietnamese and almost All were civilians. The flooding climaxed nearly a month of steady Rains Fol Lowed by two typhoons and a tropical storm. A Xang and Chu Lai received 18 niches of rain in the past 10 Days and q Sang to City 27 i Ehe of rain on the of Tia Mest troop launched a Sec Ond night of attacks on american zones a the Central Anns the . Command said r Nat in the latest attack enemy gun ners fired 25 rounds of mortar shells into Landing zone Davis an american Camp 24 Miles of a spokesman said Ameri cans were wounded but that none was killed a mortar and ground attack on Landing zone Oasis 16 Miles Southwest of Plesku killed three americans Iii Tiret South Viv thank m troops arid wounded 21 r a soldiers and u South vietnamese. Queen in the rain Debb a , crowned Horn eco thing Queen of Moshannon Viciey High school last provides a portrait in Beauty despite o rain storm during festivities at Hilltop s odium. The Daugh Ter of or. And mrs. Andrew Marchok of Houtzdale Debbie is enrolled in he commercial course. Her activities include student Council biology club drama club debate club Art club senior chorus yearbook staff. Ski club gym club Home dec club f. B. L. A. Ond May Doy court. She is a member of St. Barbara Catholic Church. Progress photo news Paferi

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