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   Clearfield Progress (Newspaper) - February 21, 1966, Clearfield, Pennsylvania                                PAGE TWENTY . FOUR 4-H Programs Discussed At Leaders Meeting County 4-H leaders and club members met Saturday in the New Dimeling Hotel at Clearfield to discuss 4-H activities for the year and to plan a yearly program. Discussions on the theme, "Route for '66," were conducted by Norman Brown, associate county agent, and Janet Tritt, extension home economist. Robert Orner of Rockton presented his talk on leadership which won first place in the State 4-H Public Speaking Contest and entitled him to a trip to National 4-H Club Congress at Chicago. He described his trip and used slides to show some of the activities during that event. Mrs. Bryce Hartzfeld of Luth-ersburg gave account of her participation in the 4-H Leader's Forum at Washington, D. C, last year. Mrs. Rodney Bowers of Clearfield was chairman for the day's program and Alice Harkleroad. junior leader in the Harmony 4-H Club, gave the invocation at the luncheon which was sponsored by the Clearfield County Bankers Association. William Franson of Clearfield represented the Bankers Association. Some 85 leaders and club members attended. _IHE PROGRESS' Clearfield, Curwensville, Phillpsburq, Moshannon Valley, Pa., Monday, February 21, 1966 Read-the Sports Page Daily. Classified Ads Bring Results. LARGE CROWD of Philipsburg and other Moshannon Valley residents take advantage of an open house Saturday to inspect the new Philipsburg branch office of the County National Bank. The new office opened for regular business today. (Progress Photo) TARS To Meet The Clearfjeld County Teen Age Republicans will meet tonight at 7 o'clock. The meeting is being held in Clearfield Coun ty Republican Headquarters in stead of the courthouse. IX Mil New Philipsburg (From Page 1) Jitters  I said, "Show me a filter cigarette that really delivers taste and I'll eat my hat!" spect the facilities. Thanks were also given to the firms which sent bouquets of flowers The following officers and di rectors of the County National Bank were present during the opening   Saturday:   President Frederick B. Lansbcrry, J. 0. Henry, James P. Moore, Wil liam R. Owens, D. M. Rodgers, R. W. Sykes, R. R. Kennard, G. L. Lehman, William B. Oldham, Dorse Albert, Roy I. Fulton, L. C. Hegarty, L. L. Howe, John L. Kurtz, John Leitzinger, H. M McGarvey, At. L. Moore Jr., J. K. Nevling, Paul Ruch, William U. Smith,   L. E. Souit,   R. B. S t r a 11 a n  and   William K. Ulerich. Personnel from the home bank and the drive-in bank at Clearfield and from the. Karth-aus, Madera and Osceola Mills branch offices visited the new branch. Savings accounts of $100, $50, and $25 will be awarded by the bank on March 5 to three persons who register through March 5. NIGHT SCHOOL Spring Semester Prepare for an office job, or promotion in office work in your evening hours. MARCH 3 thru MAY 26 Monday & Thursday, 7 P. M. to 10 P. M Choose from these subjects and others listed in our FREE Bulletin: ACCOUNTING - SHORTHAND BUSINESS MACHINES - TYPING IBM KEY PUNCH - SORTER ELECTRONIC DATA PROCESSING For more information, call, come in or write for details Please send free Night School Bulletin to: Name Street City State Zip. DuBois Business College 11 W. Long Ave. Dial 371-6920 Election of Directors For Clearfield t Scheduled Tomorrow Balloting to fill vacancies on the Clearfield YMCA Board of Directors will be conducted to morrow from 9 a. m. to 9 p.m in ithe Senior Lounge of the "Y." Any member, 18 years of age or older, is eligible to vote. Vacancies to be filled include 13 three-year terms and two terms of two years. Those nominated are: Richard Cook, Ashley Cowder, Roy I. Fulton. David G. Gallaher, Robert K. Gray, Mrs. Helen Kurtz, Jack Lanager, David Rabe, William Schneck, Ronald Strattan, Paul Tourtillotte, Arthur Weiss and Thomas Morgan, all for three-year terms; Donald F. Meckley and William T. Brion, two-year terms. The nominating committee included Robert K. Gray, chairman, Gilbert Frame and Ronald Strattan. Hation's Labor -(From Page 1)- Sell unwanted items with Progress Classified Ad. PUBLIC MARKET WE DELIVER 765-4131 225 E. Market Street CLEARFIELD Efficient and Friendly BANKING SERVICE Always at The HOUTZDALE BANK HOUTZDALE 1968. This is one subject on which the labor leaders feel Wirtz agrees with them. Federation officials fear Johnson may follow the recommendations of his Council of Economic Advisers for raises to $1.40 this year and $1.70 in 1970, which AFL-CIO sources said would kick off a major war between labor and the Johnson administration. The touchiest questioning Wirtz will face is the construction unions' charge that a federal civil rights suit filed against several building trades unions in St. Louis was part of a move to force them into .a formula proposed by Wirtz touimit wage increases. The presidents of 18 construction unions flatly rejected it last week. The charge by President C. J. Haggerty of the AFL-CIO Construction and Building Trades Department linking the racial discrimination suit to the wage proposal reportedly prompted the White House to assign Wirtz to placate the labor chieftains. President Johnson reportedly is worried about the possibility of losing much of his Democratic majority in Congress in this year's elections, and lack of political support from labor would increase the chance of big Democratic losses. The AFL-CIO contributed heavily to Johnson's landslide election victory and that of many other Democrats in 1964. The St. Louis civil rights suit charged AFL-CIO construction unions there with violating the equal employment section of the 1964 Civil Rights Act by walking off a project when a Negro con- tractor and two Negro plumbers were hired. The Negroes belong to the Congress of Independent Unions, and AFL-CIO officials heatedly insist that the dispute was a routine jurisdictional squabble with no racial overtones. The civil rights suit came after the National Labor Relations Board had filed a charge against the AFL-CIO unions on grounds that the walkout was a secondary boycott banned by federal labor law. The dispute Involves construction of the St. Louis Arch, a memorial being financed with federal money. FOR ALL YOUR DRUG NEEDS SHOP Quigley's Drug Store 26 N. 2nd St. Clearfield ANNUAL - KURTZ-STATIONERY STORE "THE PHOTO CENTER" COAT EVENT 150 BEAUTIFUL FUR TRIMMED AND UNTRIMMED COATS CAR COATS AND RAINCOATS IN THIS EVENT! Coats for Juniors, Junior Petites, Misses, Petites, Women's and Half Sizes .. . Fashion Coats in Blacks, Tweeds .. . Many with Luxury Collars of Mink, Squirrel, Fox. final Reductions WINTER COATS * SKI JACKETS * SNOW SUITS ZIFF'S tots to teens CLEARFIELD $39.98 COATS .. $20.00 $49.98 COATS ... $25.00 $59.98 COATS ... $30.00 $79.98 COATS ... $40.00 $119 COATS .... $59.50 $139 COATS .... $69.50 HUNDREDS OF SPECIAL BUYS IN COATS AT SAVINGS UP TO 40% Butte Knit. need a loan? call us on the phone! We specialize in money in a hurry. So, whenever you need extra cash FAST, call us right away. We'll have your money ready and waiting when you arrive at our office. Loans up to $3500. Get up to 48 easy monthly repayments. See the Money Man at the Budget Plan. 202 N. 3rd St.,        Clearfield Phone 765-7837 'Km HUNDREDS OF ITEMS ON SALE ^^T    il\\W/, mil Fashion contentment . . . enjoy Spring in Butte Knit's three-piece spring-weight wool. 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