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E L      * 1 - IT xl- r 0    x     1 l'- J ^ ^    j 1 ; - appear because; or a possioie i yania^ 27 heart: condition:    ^ - 7     ^1 trict^ on the f. r-pJ"> "if, r - � _ r r- - V    - i _ HAllRKBURG, r nient biU finally weary General tied Sown today to ii] but still, ^s^scheSuie. ; The state police probe, which seems tdfmalce big news another session Aon tap^ lb was thrown intp^a turmoil Monday F      _, -    + '[,The; Hduse;^ and ^Senate resumed their deliberations on bills called for by Gov.'Scranr. ton when he.; convened ^ spe- legislative   session - last week.  ,^ :- f But Housf members were still a little numb over their extend- ded session on a compromise ; - one man. Pennsyl-dis^ one it vThe bill tiVe passage in the House Mon day night on a ing more than'three hours of debate. It was then sent'to the 'governor;-'. ' ;v:'/";v:- ; Eleven proposed amendments were knocked down along with an to committee for major rewfit ing; % The hill, which started its arduous journey through the legislature just lastv Wednesday, passed the 'House in the same form .by which it was approved in the Senate The Scranton Administration and the Pennsylvania AF^rCIO found themselves oh    collision 4f     * 1   - course . with rival consumer credit proposals. Gov. Scranton sent his* to the Republican - controlled Senate and the AFL-CIO had its bill introduced in the Democratic- controlled House with 161 sponsors, Republicans as well as Democrats. Both bills have similar aims �to protect the public in the retail credit field and to establish -     / for the first time maximum interest rates. But they differ sufficiently to assure a battle over which is accepted. . ; In the Senate, 66 administration appropriation bills to implement an $80.3 million portion of Gov. Scranton's proposed $1.-464 billion budget for the fiscal year beginning July 1 were introduced. 1 t Other highlights: State police - The Sena t e passed 48-0 and sent to the House Scranton's request for 600 additional state policemen. Al-though'Democrats voted affirmatively they warned the administration that the companion fiscal measure would be given close scrutiny. _____. �_ ^        j^r- i Please Ttw�n to Page 2, Col. 4 L    -     .   T      -     #     . -     - 1 f^ 3   * -.1 J - - *        V   - 1 ^> f ^       1 s - n  r  i r -.1 ^     1 j     - ^        4 " V Classified AiJs ;. -18, ip Hints From Heloise .... 20 Comics . .19 News From Around World 6 Sports..............8, 9 *  * * 1   r - * 1      iV>' Obituaries Hospital News Editorial, Columns Area News Scene School News ..... ^   h * n i More on Medicine tat  t  * *   # * PHILIPSBURG - Borough Council last ni^ht approved a tentative budget for 1966 estimated $144;245.31   in the general fund, $1,083 in the fire $6,500 in -the fire true k: fund; and $7,571.79 for highway aid for a grand total of approximately $159,400. W , , The new budget provides for anticipated expenditures of $144,112.92 from the general fund.with a balance of $132.39. It would also provide. $2,000 for retirement of * irtg balance from $8,000 to $$,000. This fund ire equipment is icfieduled^ The tentative ax: finiri I action at tfie April meeting, provides for f $200 annual increases for all and  10- ; The Lawrence of School Director^ spent the better part of a two-hour meeting in amiable discussion last preparations to bfoffiaal business on night, go July; 1 wheh school district re-orgahization liecbmes,effective. In current board bdsiness the onra oi^lf&port^on^a^mBCLi^K^i^ the property and supplies com-mittee of the joint' board < and changed .its.meeting,night. 3{ � Beginning ' ehee'..... meetings immediately those of Joint' Board in the cafeteria. This- plan will be followed until r the Julyx rebrgan ization date; with sp.ecial Meetings to be called if and when needed        i.     X- f The board also, passed a resolution giving its approval to an administration request for  a "flexible" pOUcy. in a students inv the Lawrence Town- salaried employes bent hourly wage increases for hourly workers/ Although no action was taken to sfet millage ind tax rates until after final; adoption of the budget,^ the budget provides for re-enactment of the ib-niUi real estate tax and the $10 borough per capita tax. \ Action was taken during the meeting to teradvertise the borough's intention to levy, Va of a i per cent; wage taxi effective next July 1.^ ^doption of the specialtax ordinance is slated for the April ;R HILL-Total mated general operating fuiids of $24,860 and total estimated highway aid funds of $5,108 are included in the / proposed 196 budget for Chester Hill Borough as presented to Council last night by the finance and ordin-ance committee. The new borough secretary, Robert L. Johnson, was introduced at last night's meetin The budget is available for i spection in his home, at 107 Gertrude St. until next.month's meeting. The r ,7duior March expenses to pay $2i733 that the bor ough owes from the 1964 cdiitrol work, ;l*e borough had, , previously; ;^aid $60d^on Its ^$3^ , \^J^?4^^ An, iuoUier matters v the resigna- ,    . ., t tiohofi^hua j:,F * wa�e tax ^nce ^1 be ^cebtedas a ^awnujr and  presented   to Council at  the  next tnct Tbitent 'to claim' one-half of the 6ne per cent wage tax and that M. . Austm Turner; above^ of ship Elementary schools to ad-1 Cle^rtield; R; C.^l4\ today :aii^ nnunpfld hi^ nandidaVv fnr th* r 1 ' liouriced his candidal:fW the Penhsyivaniai General' > Assem-bly from the new 74th District Turn- er has filed in the Democratic primary., Announcement was made that a special meeting of Council will be held. Monday, March 14, when Nelson G.; Parks of the 1        h Fuel Dump, Missile By THOMAS A. REEDY SAIGON, South Viet Nam (AP) The American air: war against North Viet Nam climbed to record intensity in the .past 24 hours but also cost four U. S. jets and the crews of three of them. Pilots reported they knocked out a fuel dump and a missile site. Air Force and Navy pilots flew several hundred sorties against targets in the Commit* nist North, a peace-setting performance since the raids began 13 months ago, an American spokesman said. The total number of planes was hot disclosed!, but there were 53 niissions, the spokesman said. Direct hits on the Son La oil storage center 130 miles west of Hanoi rocked the area with explosions  and  sent  up black clouds 4,000 feet, the spokesman said.' ;~      '-: ' .'" ': 'i1 The U. S. pilots blasted their second missile site in four days, hitting one 22 miles west of Thanh Hoa and 80 miles south of Hanoi, he said,   v With the skies clear, the Americans also attacked roads, railroad tracks; ferries and bridges on a wide front ranging from the 17th Parallel frontier \ A highway claimed bridge 20 waa miles. - ^ Turn A   - . 4      J nAriaiilloOn v if I    - If  h ^ - JOHN N.. HIGHTOWER P Special CorresDondent aV told > French an all- dog show ,n Portland, Ore.; over the weekend. Sleep overtook Wendy and appears toi be moving in - j "J dent Johnson Presidential Gaulle^s}^ .. reorganiza tion !ofthiB" Norths Atlantic Treaty Organization inilfc tary^system strikes at theheart of the alliance and cahihave a on lean relations. - ^ r i �i +� L- 5vas slightly ;m one: of two accidents teported in the damage in the total?^I$l,250. ; Mr.; Turner's interest in public service began when he was elected to the Lawrence Tbwh- ship School Boaraip 1958. This, Please Tur r     � r Col 1 Delmont Richard Clark, 18, of 1705 Daisy St., wasinjured when his; cair tit the rear of a truck at> the intersection of East Fourth and Daisy Streets at 3:45 p. m. He was taken, by car to the Clearfield Hospital where  he was treated for bead and facial injuries and released. Police Chief Charles C. Ed-miston said the truck, driven by Please Turn to Page 2, Col. 2 A total of 1,013 persons got free chest X-rays at Clearfield yesterday during a visit of the mobile unit sponsored by tl\e Clearfield - Jefferson Counties. Philipsbyrg Tuberculosis and Health Society in conjunction with the State Health Department. + The mobfle unit is at Cur-/wensville today. It yill be at DuBois tomorrow and Philips-burg Thursday, PHILIPSBIJRG - The : big,1 new half, milhon dollar River-Market, 16th store; in; the chain, will-open here tomorrow'. I The store will open at 10 a. m. and remain open until'9 p. m. After tomorrow, store hours will be 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. Monday through Saturday. : Free grand opening gifts will be \ awarded to shoppers; Starting tomorrow and continuing for two weeks customers and visitors to the store.can register toil the awards;. The top gift will be ah upright food freezer and a side of beef. Two bicycles, three card tables, and a number of other gifts will be award? ed. Ground was broken last July 1 by the Crown Construction Co. of Johnstown for the new market at Pleasant Hill, along Route 322, one mile north of outline zoning and planning program for the borough. ' members   present were: President Joshua G. Har- Lee It, A$fccrbft Jr., Maxwell S. Butterworth, John M. Deliman, Aden W. Musser and Mrs. Hazel c: Taylor; and i -     - - -\ - ��    Jt j - i   r I - diiy .response, ight a few A -; r r x r. v.     , I -       .   r    hr against two veniles r >� will be filed Warren County ju-- ^�?d 13and 15 - who, broke into a camp near Kerr-|M mt^r over the weekend. / 'Phe boys who^ had driven into a stolen car ed were by St^te Trooper McKinney of Clearfield walked along Route 53 nieht. 'it Gaulle reached plied and re move as Turn SOUTH PHILIPSBURG-Much of last night's meeting of Borough �Council was concerned with taxation. Council passed a resolution of intent on raising the 1966 per capita tax from $5 to $10 and notified the secretary to inform the Philipsburg-Oscepla Area School District of the borough's intent to claim one-half of the one pier cent wage tax. The real estatgjevy of 7 mills remains the same.. These changes are being made, Council pointed' but, due to a lack of funds to maike any progress within the community. It is imperative that they have some money other ing expenses to inove ahead m Fair and continued cold tonight, low 15 to 25. Wednesday fair and warmer, � Sunrise 6:34-Sunset 6:12 ^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^p^pBp^ ^^^^^^^^t Clearfield River Level The knain reason for the in Please Turn to 1* L 2, coi; I Monday 7 p. m feet (falling). Today 7 a. m. feet (falling), 28. Clearfield Weather Monday low 20; High V Overnight 
                            

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