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Progress, The (Newspaper) - September 13, 1966, Clearfield, Pennsylvania Today's Chodcfe A maa in Texas gave hit wife lor tier day, byt took M back and exchanged it for a larger sixe. THE PROGRESS For latMt oo racial scow. turn to Page 9. Vol. 60 No. Our 54th Year Cbarfteld, Phillptbwrg, Valfcy, TuMday> 13, 1966 CopiM Daily 44 PAGES TODAY Astronaut's Space Walk Cut Short Outlined by Haninski... Ambitious Road Project Proposed at Curwensville CURWENSVILLE An ambitious roadbuilding project was introduced and the live- stock ordinance was postponed in of last night's meeting of Curwensville Bor- ough Council. Council President Frank Harzinski outlined a roadbuilding program, which, he said, would be the biggest project of its type In history. Every road which can legally be paved would be paved by the end of next summer, according to the proposal. The proposal is possible because of a new state law, which permits a municipality to borrow money from a bank to pay for a roadbuilding project, and then repoy the loan with liquid fuel tax funds. Roads which would not legally be paved with liquid fuel mon- _______________________________________---------_------------- ey would be paid for out of _ the general fund budget. I AftOnril AffMinfC Councilmen present express- LOUrilY D03rfl HvCUWniS ed initial enth.usiasm over Mr. I Harzinski's proposal, and asked for time to study all facets of it in detail. The Council president Inside The Progress Classified Ads 12, 13 Hints From Heloite If Comics U Sptrta U OMfcuriei t Hospital News 3 Editorial, CoinmM 4 Social News 16 State News Briefs........S World News IB Pictures 14 EtectiM News......3, Biggest Air Council Adopts Assault Hits Dance Ordinance Red Areas At Philipsburg 44 West Decaf ur Pilots Claim Missile Strikes; Action Board Hears Tech School Reports Agency Accounts Checked for'66 United Fund Aid Gets W For Water Plan WEST DECATUR Loan transactions with the Farmers Home Administration for con- struction of a community water service system here have been closed and a check for SA1GON South Viet Nam (AP) -Waves of American bombers pounded North Viet Nam Monday in the biggest aerial assault of the war, the command announced to- In preparation for the 1966 Clearfield Area United Fund campaign, the accounts of the _ UF agencies have been was offfre? to -fVio matter, so that next summer's roadbuilding program can get under way early. A much-revised livestock ord- It was the second day in a row that U.S. planes mounted record raids, and pilots claimed inflict- ing damage on four surface-to- air missile sites and blowing up two Soviet-made missiles. American airmen flew 170 missions in all. This was one to which will for its approval; however, the best it could gain was a tie vote. The original ordinance called for regulation of location and sanitation of horse stables in the borough; under the The Clearfield County Board of School Directors paid bills, heard progress reports on the coming Area Technical School to each and discussed annual conven- A special budget committee tion plans at a regular meet- of the UF board of directors, _......o ____ __ _ ing last night. assisted by three impartial ad- visionSi ponies, donkeys, chick- In addition, Edward T. Jacobs, ently completed the ens mink cattle goats and director of the technical school, would be added to the was authorized to ask for three regulated animals. Voting for passage of the ordi- nance were Counciimen Trais- ter, Errigo and Wills. Aga'nst were Messrs. Harzinski, Fye bids on test drilling at the pro- posed site of the new school. the Mr. Jacobs, reporting on ft- be announced site, said that engineering stud- later this week by Campaign leTtav. cTmpieTed0a7d Chairman H' and Cdttenden Those objecting to the revised are now in the hands of the JacKson- architect for building location Carl A- Belin Jr., president ordinance said that dog pens planning. of the Clearfield Area United should be included, since some Bills totaling were Fund, said the audit was per- of these are far more unsani- approved for pavment as was formed "to make a Judgment tary than the facilities used for the transfer of 325 62 from for tfie tne Clearfield farm animals. The tie will be the general fund to' the payroll area'" and RaIPh and transportation account. ble distribution of Giarth at a special meeting to _. t The committee was charged be held next Monday night. The annual school wjth tagk determining the Coundl again issued a warn. convention will be held m the anocations so that the goals ing on enforcement of the junk- West Branch High School some- not be determincd in a random yard ordinance. Violators have time m mid-October with the manner. been sent letters, and. if these date to be announced later Each major agency received are ignored> letters from the ne_1? a standard accounting form on borough solicitor will be sent, in the County Office, were: Di- Authority's account at the National Bank of This was the announcement made at last night's regular meeting of the authority, held in the Boggs Township School. According to Chairman Lewis Shaw, all necessary papers and the check were signed last Thursday at a special meet- ing in Solicitor Eugene L. Cim- ino's office. Mr. Shaw also revealed that the general contractor for the project, O'Brien and Sons of Monroeville, plans to begin work as soon as the pipe arrives. It is hoped that work will be- gin within a week. Other contracts led by the au- thority include one to Raymond Shimmel of Vest Decatur R.D. for construction of a pump house and the foundation for the stand pipe; also one to Pittsburgh and Des Moines Please Turn to Page 6, Col. 1 PHILIPSBURG The September Borough Council meet- ing last night was highlighted by the passage of o public dance ordinance, an amendment to the snow removal or- dinance and authorization for the borough to proceed with obtaining land options in the Cold Stream area for a rec- reational development. Council, with all members present, voted adoption of a public dance ordinance that provides for licenses of per dance or per year and specifies that no dances shall be held on Sundays, says that all dances must end before midnight, and establishes fines ranging from to for violations. The amendment to the ordin- ance requiring property owners to have walks cleared within 24 hours following a snowfall rais- ed the violation fines from ?1 to Action was taken authorizing CHESTER HILL Last Council Holds Six-Hour Meeting At Chester Hill but a U.S. spokesman said the number of sorties (individual strikes) ex- ceeded Sunday's by one. The heavy assault involved between 400 and 500 individual strikes. Ground action continued to lag. U.S. military headquarters reported no significant action. South Vietnamese headquarters but none of large scale. The air blows against the Ameri- a U.S. spokesman said. An Air Force F105 Thunderchief was shot down 45 miles northwest of Vinh and the pilot is missing. During the forays, Air Force pilots hit at a missile site 30 miles northwest of Dong Hoi. Pilots reported hitting two missiles. One, they said, went off into the air and exploded with a large orange fireball. borough officials to proceed with night's meeting of Chester Hill obtaining options on some 800 Borough Council lasted over six acres of land in the Cold Stream hours and covered a variety area for the development of a of subjects, large recreational area expect- Developments went like this: ed to be developed under the chaimer Henry Project 70 and Open Space pro- MeliuSi borough residents, in- grams whereby up to 75 per cent quired shale placed near of the funds would be provided their properties. The street com- by the federal government. mittee explained that it is try- Two bids were opened for the ing to correct a water problem purchase of a new borough dump by Danjring the shoulders. Fol- truck. There was only iowing a discussion it was de- difference between the bids sub- to have approximately mitted by Roberts Motors and 200 feet of 4-inch curb put on Ron Stoltz Ford. Council voted the east sitje of Ida Street, thus to have the committee check preventing water from going all specifications and to accept sewer from ough to Action was also approved to Following'discus" take legal steps toward hold- sion> Council suggested that properUes Ed and Arthur Shields, borough residents, re- homes entrances off Decatur streetf also that Ida Street extension He Couldn't Space Twin Says By HOWARD BENEDICT CAPE KENNEDY, Fla. (AP) Richard F. Gordon Jr. cut short a space walk today and hurried back to the safety of the Gemini 11 cabin when got so hot and sweaty he couldn't see." Gordon, husky, 36-year-old Navy lieutenant commander, re- mained outside only 44 minutes of the planned 115-minute ex- cursion. It was the third straight time that an American astronaut cut short a space stroll because of troubles. Command pilot Charles Con- rad Jr. flashed the word to a tracking station in the. Indian Ocean that Gordon was back in- side the spacecraft and that the cabin was repressurized. he said. "I just brought Dick back in. He just got so hot and sweaty he couldn't see." "We know how it flight controllers on the ground ra- dioed. "When it gets where he can't see, vou've got to close the lid." Conrad later reported: "We stayed out about 44 min- utes. He couldn't see him toet any hotter I called him in." rectors James E. Hoffman, Karthaus; Melvin J. Westover; Kenneth H. Shireyj Bigler; Card W. Shoff, Madera; William Frank, Olanta; and Paul Silberblatt, Clearfield; Fred E. Sweely, county super- intendent; Edward B. Reighard, assistant county superintendent; Mr. Jacobs and James H. Blackwell, director of special education. Please Turn to Page 6, Col. 1 Please Turn 6, Col. 7 Defense Opens Case Against Highway D at the