Friday, March 11, 1966

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F . * Li/ 4i J *L A" F*^ V 9S T.1 snot' ^6-DUiion't�ix program |^f^ ;i iHouse and Senate leaders .1 S ihoved to-complete action quick-1 lj^ on (av- compromise version meeting administration specifi- ' Passage was assured^; m F^ V -T � '�A \r\\ 4: K P F ^ h P y r * -1 \ � � F U. > J. .>- m ^ By THOMAS A. REEDT* SAIGON, South' Viet Naiti: (AP)--U.S. Mafine helicopters flew under Communist, guns to-  day to rescue 59 .more survivors ^ i ? i ft? i. .1^ m l rh �2- 11^' 1 � St? 'Wmmm � > - - i The ?Rules.'Committee .was dp; IS AP Education Writer ; to 1. j ridtcat i^�|dteMhtrt^YSScrcni^ ?(Sr|thelautfi6rizati6rfeis'Ssighmb^ reduced its net yield to the Treasury by $1 billion or more. 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P4 �*Vr:pJ- m lift ,..... mmfc r , mm dollar as Since ; ther; next 'department F ^ k* r ^ mm mi meeting faUs on Thursday; April 14 - a night on which the school p � H J r Please turn to Page 6, Col. 3 ��9 > l ^ "Si  Dm Donorc rhr�.Dov rriD t 4- h - . 4 The widow^bf Judge Charles If tandis^vho died: in 1925, she%as a direct descendant; of MadaOie Marie Ferree, original rettttr of Paradise in Lancaster^ County. of the Francisco 4 - j j_ x r T 1 ' r I p- . ^ i - 4  iS1 : ThuMciy 7p, m.w 5QQ t 1 u ; i- - j State Airport Thursday low 13; High 52; 4T 4i Overnight low 36 k J- A * J j t- ^ ' J i ' p - 1 r- L Five�> Day fdrtfcasf ^ l j 1 k'l 'Id f %. "P4^ 1^ p - ^ ^T.^T 4 J j "4 * ^1 > 1 4 By HOWARD BENEDICT Writer 41 1 ^ \ l"1 t. D. 2; traveling west �� 4f >4 1 ^_ / pT '.:'L%-- -F x ? JLf^ 1 ffr 5 -r" l - ^ It's Lt. ,Col, Joseph R. Henry now. � F r Hall of (AP) - "This is dn extremely full many things might not be done." Director Christopher Kraft was discussing next ^~"L^ Bernini 8 ^mission 'during which as, , .............trongy a civilian, and David R. Scott; i Labor Council is spbifsoring.doh- - (,J'rC! major, are to latch their space ship to another A second freight heading in the' or recruitment and - joins with sfe�'�?; Scott i, to stroll in space for 2 hours, 40 min- opposite direction.on another^ the Clearfield';Red Cross Chap- ut�- � j . , . � . -:-- track;rarrimed the bus as Miller ter itt-urging a e National" Aeronautics and proceeded across, police said. visiors. 1. - " Space: Administration reported -� in de^u Thu^daynhe plans for than is-VO"? P�t Program ^air^for>lhVRed BK ;Cross and WiUard Nelson., nres^ 5Race,walk �dtiring-.whlch Scott �?hich Scottf a.lloted. It's doubtful they can do all the things laid on. It will be a flight of real time decisions." in interview, Kraft, said? flight plan is esseritiiily a arid (he pilots >Vill can in the f y Kraft said the astronauts were given many tasks because "in Gemini we hope/to gain as much spate operational experience as possible or. all flights." ; The ^oublehwi|lerlaunching is scheduled to*, start at 10 a.m. EST Tuesday; when ah Atlas-Agena. rocket; boosts, the Agena upper stage into orbit. The Ti-- ,tkn;2is;to.f6lJowatai:41a.m., shooting Gemini 8.into space to start thVdT%ic;chWi. ' , Arnistrong a n w-# Ke and, Mrs. Eugene M. of 406 S. Third St., Clear-fteld, received news of their son's promotion this week froih Cape Kennedy where he serves as a U.. S. Air Force officer-with' the: National Aeronautics , and Space Administration. i i  Assigned there since September 1963, Col. Henry is in charge of flight vehicle status of the Gemini programs. At present he will be giving all of his time and attention in preparation for next Tuesdays Gemini 8 flight, flight. 4 1 Col. Henry is a graduate of Clearfield High School, class of 1944; and attended Sullivan Preparatory School and Amherst College before entering the United States Military Academy at West Point, When he graduated there in 1949, he,was an AiltAinerica guard op the Academy's football team. ^ Uylo^r^ i^s^M ^^mMm^: -policy to �-4 4 li A victim or anoiner traificfap- cideiitvrTT;-auone-'xar misha#*t rf ield, atarch 5 - has' 4T �eft W6^ve;be^n- $elling a few Please Turn to Page .6, Col.^ ^�^^^^^"^^"�tf^^^iMtfB^BWMiBM^IiF^PBl^p^BBlIB^ . . J |ff 4 4 * .* I. new cars, lately and now come the partis. Party offered'these tires for sale through'a-Progress Want A (21) i- - -p Te^jBuy, Sell, Rent, Trade, WASHINGTON (AP) - Rep. Adapt Clayton PoW^H^y^ that after months of/negotiatwft, organized labor; key House leSd-�era ,^nd tne Johnson administration liave agreed to work for ^ increase in the minimum wage from;$1.25 an hour to $1.6Q, The New* York pemqcralsjiid Thursday -the agreementi calls fpr the new wage rate to go effect by Feb. 1, 1^8/ an#lp| to,/expand its covcragexl^^,;;;;:^^ additional 6.9 ^millWvl^T then; No "cha^�^*W?lST^^ \ -i + IF.t.hi t H . , "i Px f 1 ^ � * 4 t '. . � i - J-. He and his wife, the former Sue Hamburger of Coalpprt,t are the parents of three daughters and two sons. The Henrys live at, Satellite Beach, near C?p^;11^ ^ >^  Kennedy; Use The Progress Classified Ads 1 l j^h^ne Cleartieli; 765.5535 Or tVdiir' Nearest Progress Office. 1 Feb next week; Powell aa r 4 f 4= it ' i - 1 � � - p I p J . * � ri> -