Clearfield Progress, March 24, 1966

Clearfield Progress

March 24, 1966

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Issue date: Thursday, March 24, 1966

Pages available: 32

Previous edition: Wednesday, March 23, 1966

Next edition: Friday, March 25, 1966

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Clearfield Progress (Newspaper) - March 24, 1966, Clearfield, Pennsylvania I,: 7/1'- -i&^Klte'^u: S. fighter-�eutet. Allied officials' Artilleiy, resiilt - of ~th'e� incn&ased '^'^'-'-it placed on the le'reserve {^iW batt'alion|f^f| rterel(|ii|il3 at,;CniaMibldp mftmmm ve. Bittalipn. 7N,ti^e If M organic,batteries bfl i>?*wiir; 'Cohvoy 'Jrbffil station^ tonibrrol^^ 1^ m,mm.^.. .v^; '\gflig\�nr�' heodgugrters^pt W^^^mtl^0.L' ^ ^,'"-'^^^^Jnade off Mth fobr In faimeas to all ca^idU , dates in the primary elec- J , tion campaign. The .Prog-;^ reis will, not publish candidacy announcem'enti af-^ ter Marcli 31.. . PoliUcal stories pnb-' lished'between. April 1 and ; the election .on Miykll will be concerned Wuir rallies and other, party* meethigs, GERALD MILLER^ m'a:de tapks ' in the #glheadqiiarters"|l2: .|la/4s|j6m,was:clMm'^ ''"'"y S�?-8,�i%y.'*i^it sm&m^dimoicUitiWir. churchtss^^&i&arwoM teiM tallon|Ti�fce'.tiger.fgfe'^-.mUes' WitJf. But,,th? archbishop said ^nor'th'|a!ft:^t"Saigoit.-:Kotean?.bf- afterward.,tlie. Rom-|)i, CadolV ~fic�siad', 2l4^|^mtosts Churdh'^'itaAd-ori^ wer%fdt^ril7,fcaBrure'd^ find ,r age wa,.a>aJOT,bW teptr^SJ^efMed Wcdties'day  Archbishop .Trf^h^? 5^'^>ey in:thFM^Tai-ri^ris SS^Ji^^J^II^r^S- ,...^^Capt......... nmi JFojiratof,^i2, 4efendants sen 'tenbed. during yesterday.'s ses jourt',teri af^t&efaccmv, idenflfjf'^ia X#ii^rrothers. Ai^thiir" ',a n d Id I/' the Nevt rof^Clear-Was tllat,thipur-" |.SUberblatt.w^o^jseryed as sec- ehase trarisactioi vtris^c^mpTel ar as plKi.ic ryiFSl?^^j^?^l$hy?i^ ...... ~ociation!jiolds;'a,dihner meeting iKflr^*^'-^^^^^^ Celdr qOa -Last One^Twq Punch ,By 11IE ASSOCIATED PREI^S i'/"Tfie^'',se(f6nd', biiizard in, a inbntii had'broken up today,; but. .'I't.'kft the north central^and' rPlfiins/states^buried-under mas-^sivp/snp'ys. 'Schoefls, and'vroads *we ""^ T-^r*^-.'. *.,..�*wta^ .ciuu Wyoming had two deaths each. , The stqEm-vhuried a/^one-two punch of sleet a^d snow at most of the area'. ThVidelripjped down stacked; jthev'snqwf i6to\iimpassai sa '-Mr." Neylingrformer-associa- ,___ tiorvicVpiftsTdrritr-#aV~nahred }|/i^VfJiiO^^^^^^^^ .W\a1two-ye'kr/term. Also eleist- ^^^J*"^^^^ P^'; 'idtleve Robert V.' Mkine ^^S!:?!?^ .-jj(.i-i�i-ij>T,.j . . ~ .,Cable'-Co., it wasfannounc^d',to-~ i^Biy|Pr|d|iSci^^ TV manager. 'r|tW-ti'eaSul-&^for*the past sk yesterday.betwe'eii^hYslirW, .v' a divisionVof Televisipn^iCoin-- ncheon'^ineetuig, ' and sa ,of?trefractory^prd size>and;^new,#' nigh^^djjjner*. s in the ^"feil miim c lice rfrom ip, m, iijuhcf�itftuii9#: i * *WASHINGTON?(AP)^Tlife'Saf preme Court voided Virginia's^ ppll tax today, and used language that 'amounts to a' hair a'gainst any fee requirement or wealth qualifipation^for tl)'e right to vote,  ; \ �Justice Jpgn if.'Harlan in"a lissent'ii^gi' opiiiiorctreat^d 'thp| ^llng' as Vth^'final demise qf late pbU^taxIsf"^ ' ^- ^"'-11} I Thf 6!3;,,,4ecisipn uwas 'BB- nounc^d by Justice WiUiam 0. Douglw.-''-'r'>' ''xt-'^-'ii-' (Ifl t^p;othe^,stat08-^Alahamr an* .TiBXf5r-Jfd/?il ^OHrta.hay*, fpoIlHv unconjtltnitipijl vllJ' nuipgj ^curjred ^7' lief munications Corp.,''and P'eno, owner or ^"--''^ Iville,system.* ,  ''}The two''?comp VI". , V ,~ physically cp|nb names 'wiU'".i�iB^ ^gjearfield Co^qt iThetWo.systeifis. about m customers ^d .ofl^m ;,fiYe\.chaniiels. /ThOf, aiAouhced plan by Clearfield* TV t6, give customers-eight channels in the Clearfield^area,WiU also aprty 'Jto Curwensville customers, Mr.  Schwab Jsaid," ;  ^ ' sion; stem. iili 'storm'; w ^artvof 'up to nine ic �A 'spokesman for the^;State Higli^jx Deplkrtn^iity^'iid^thal 'i�'^n"ekSnpMrswas^expiBctie*d^n:Uie - iScouritfel^o^firnnbtt .a^^i^l|^^^^|)�^tt5 jt4mts^n^s^tQ�ba\rp|take^ SKiSinijandSipajimiis^ iiMh^fsnomiflurries'^^r predjeted, dGring th�.early morn- jiciij' , yvMUaMW^wnippTOv-� .,^tli^''ifenf^triM� 8*9n?^aririibg UMiasM(i|Mdy''ii .a^^^sj^^^^^^^^^^:^:; 'Vpakptl^^s(WtlWirWr tb'lif^^iSII ,'wiMhej^Pl^^^l^g.^ a- caTsEaneJrjust Twit ^"ifow* -fells/'in'-Vrfortre^tt^fn-'-Nebraska' Wednesday. ^ Police said they, a sno^yplow^ >ley:i^eb.t part 0* pcd'!.'th�l> i tlirei m Ccfnsiderdbler'cloudiness' :\ �rniril?Fror :iwrj^d , ".piqcK^ftarfa, cutting, o, ribbon t d GlX: Morphy:Co.^ Store this ''W>M?,'Shpnti-At8oclat!on-presi. Repdrt Presented On Improvements at Park AP^report on improvements being- made ,tQ thb atheltic field at the Clearfield Driving Park was .^presented, last night at, a I nteei'ihg of the Municipal Park .'Authority.'' ' ; V' r"Th'e 'racetrack oval will be limed and reseeded. .and additional improvements made tp the! baseball .' -r' 4.40 feet (foiling). �\To^dV7rPv'^%-r#-*� ,' feet (stationary). Wednejidayil9w 44; JfligK,^ 1 \. Overnight Ipw ,58. J . Precipitation ji04Jnchei.; ^^id - Stote Airpoirt ; VVedriesday loyv42!i'Wiiah ; 7p:'. , ; s r ,OYernight.lQV/ 37. v P|>$t OH^e tlstr Increased Rates For Five Speciiil Services -llrly th.e4lho'�f''g^^ese,;fletv';iovy' enough tp\be;^seen.'"Many;/r�*�-'^ snts ,who|j|rjent'(out,of"dijors jrtsd/se^^l 'sightings..^|,s5 SeveraJl,*fldcJcs'Of snoW'geel_, which, are-'predominately white J have useditK|"Cufwensviile Damf as a- restiiig|pIace;almost 'dafly fpr thepastweeklor so: ^Thef'e h^ave-been,'asfhigh'as;200 g?is% on the damfat orieitime. ^ I An .oc/asJpMlfrflo^k? of Caneb dian geeie^also-has^jstopped off a^ the darft, at^acting mterest^l widely ^ dii|tributed, waterfo,wl: There are'^sfev'eral - sub-'spefcies,-including the snow goose, whith ioose is!the-bigge's'i%ri^ot'Us type, measuring 35 lo 40 inches; while �ift,fnp,w ;gpoe, is? about 36 inchps^.1ong.rfki- 'U (Four North American fly ways form connecting ppt|\s between" i'lease Turn to Page 8,, Col. 7 a ^sfPPI |^|i5&9p^.ting mer- J chanjis in'this^j^eek's sales pro- Store^ Modern Loan ,C6.', "�-Phil. I The Vogue Shoppe, ''The:^tl which^be ings.Bond wiU:^' awardedlto? theiiromofio#Sh( c^e tickets for the prize.,-? '-'^ AP Record Haiid..; i\ r X - Progress Books fo Gives Tl \^ 1 � Increases in: money orders, insurance, ' registry, certified mail and C.O.D; rates will become effective Saturday, ' the Post'Office Departmient said to- The cost of operating these five special services, now exceeds, revenues by :^0 million annually. Tlie fee increases will narrow^' the- cost-revenue gap' by $36;. finillipnr \;based:'iOn; .busintsss: bandied hi liiscal yeai* 1965. Turn to Page 22',-Coll oi:"ihe school libraries in'the^ Copies of tiie book, "The World in 1965; History as y/e.; Lived It," produced by v/riters, piiotographers and editors ' qf The,Associated Press, are being dlsfribufed'to'area'high , s'ciiool libraries this week as a gift of The Progress. A copy-also has been presented,to^the Joseph, and ' Elizabeth Shaw Public Libr-dry, ' ' ' ��'�''^|vareiiVand^the;Sha^^ ffom book-reviewers of me tropolitan newspapers. , "Whe? the',.;b.qplc. ,was'>. called te our attention and we hadd;':tliet- 1 i. book will be mated-^directtofSiVI ' ^ Please.Tuirn,to.Pj|ge22,'.C(a.<^l^r.'^ . , h&______________ ;

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