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   Progress, The (Newspaper) - October 10, 1966, Clearfield, Pennsylvania                               Today's Chuckfo iveraie fenwfc brain M ounces. It take, to to understand a man Reinforcements Moved to Battle Zone by U. S. THEPROGRESS Reader's Tip The 1966 World Series is all over. Read wrapup on Page U. VOH.V, P.- Monday, 1Q, 1966 Ads Newi Frow Armud World 2 News Editorial, News News New. New. iGitedrs Car' Moto Defense 8. visit ,o the money needed 'Or the war. U.S. military headquarters announced that elements of the wo Marine divisions already in the northern provinces were moved closer to the 17th Parai lei demilitarized zone which separates North and South Viet A battalion of the 173rd Air- ga-d1 was moved 'o the allied forces Against Credit Bill Passage Hopes Said Brighter By PAUL ZDINAK HARRISBURG (AP) _ The chairman of the joint legislative conference committee which ironed out a compromise on the consumer i today he was optimistic overlts m the general assembly I would expect that the re-' Port would be adapted "Rep James F. Clarke, D-AUegheny the chairman said. Senate Majority Leader Stan- th. m P, declined to discuss tne measure's prospects at this Point. Stroup, H-Bedford! said he would want to take up strte to 2, Col. 4 SS Native of Woodland Viet Nam 80t 7s y Company to Vi Meanwhile, there was no im- mediate word as to if and when state legislators would inter- their election recess and re- latest version of sumer credit bill, recessed last did not plan to return -W in order to eive the lawmakers time to campaign lor the Nov. 8 election AH the state legislative seats go'up for election. However, if the House Speaker Resident Pro Tem- 4 Others Injured In Mishaps crash involving a car and a motorcycle on Route 153, about 10 miles north of Clearfield. ine dead are Jeptha D Kv- er. 30, of Clearfield, driver of the car, and Leslie D. (Muckel) Stevens. 43, of Woodland, opera- tor of the motorcycle Injured in the crash, and re- h r, condition at the Clearfield Hospital, was Edgar J. Graham, 34, of Wood- Passenger on the motor- suffercd a right wrist, a fractured ]eft hand- brush u from the ear- substation said both the motorcycle and car were travel! ing north and the car, n the overtaking the motor cjcle, struck the machine in the i Both Mr. Stevens and Mr Graham were thrown off the motorcycle and into the Please Turn to Page 6, Col. i .as; Ft" G T iu i itz AIO Clearfield County's Junior Miss InJonior Miss Pageant... ___. he SUg'gested ersonally to Berger that Thurs- ay might be an agreeable date to return. Berger planned to dis- cuss this possibility with other Senators including Sen. William i-.ane, nctfai0 Ptease Turn to Page 6, Col. i Madera Teenager On Trial For Defacina Tower struck a motorcycle, Hurricane Inez May Spare South Texas PAUL RECER BROWNSVILLE, Tex Hurricane Inez siashed the Mexican Coast north of inland spare K cV X J' contmued out of control and __ fee about 150 A Madera teenager went on Clearfield County Courts this morning charged with malicious mischief in Con nection with the defacing at the Valley High School .Joseph G. Iraca Jr is the vm f who will be tried during the mainder of t h e cro. The Weather Bureau at New Orleans reported that Tampico wind gusts of 90 miles an hour A portion of the 17-dav-old storm, which has taken at leas? 150 lives since developing out m the Caribbean, moved over the trial murder-rape Iraca is accused of climbed the water tower at he Moshannon Valley High School on the evening of Oct. 11 1955 and painted several words in large letters on the tower The repainting of the" tower cost the Moshannon Valley School District some y The September court 'term which recessed Friday after the V6 Vefdirt and P- any in the Yount trial recon vcned this morning at 9'o'clock." It added in a 6 a.m. EOT ad- visory that the 50-miIe-wide eye pi the storm was expected to "o inland this morning 25 to 100 miles north of Tampico and 150 to 225 miles south of Browns- V the villases of Mor- on El Sabino and Nuevo in the state of Tamaulipas. The dangerous hurricane was located by Brownsville radar about 195 miies south of Brownsville. Inez was movin- westward at six miles per hour! It was the second recent change m course for the hurri- cane. Early today Inez to a more westerly path and headed toward the Tampico Role in Revere III Ooerafion at Pleiku PLEIKU Viet Nam Army Pfc. Dennis D. Kearney a member of Headquarters Com Panv, ist Penfield Girl Wins Crown W pdrcnis, Mrs. Prank J Mar chion, live at Penfield Pa'" drivcr' w'tii a mortar platoon in Headquar T which joined Page 6 About 24 hours earlier it had deserted a similar course and Pointed its 135-mile-per-hour winds toward the South Texas coast. The Weather Bureau said Inez present course would put Brownsville, a city of on the Texas-Mexico border, out of the hurricane-force area Hurricane warnings remained m effect from Tampico to the Brownsville-Port Isabel area gale warnings another 150 miles northward to Corpus Chnst, and a hurricane watch alert to Port Arthur near the Texas-Louisiana Thousands of evacuees from the flallands surrounding Tam- Pico jammed into the City Hall Windy and cooler to- night with showers, low 35 ip 43. Cloudy with sional showers in u t Cl I 1C north and mostly south Tuesday. Little erature change. Sunrise Clearfield River level Sunday 7 p. m 5 OQ feet Today 7" a m- 5-20 Clearfield Weather Sunday 60. Hf Overnight 60- Precipitation '.43 inches. Mid Stofe Airport Sunday High 72; Overnight low 58- Pre cipitation .12 inches. Five Day Forecast Oct. n.15: Tempera- tures will average three to six degrees below the nor- mal highs of 62 to 67, and normal lows of 43 to 45 It will be colder Tuesday' warmer Wednesday and cooler Friday. Scattered showers Tuesday and Thursday will average about one-tenth of an inch. I.BJ To Confer Mfh Gromyko Af Mfhife House J 4 Pick Winners In Grid Contest, Kirsch Closest Police said the car then con tmued an additional 300 feet be fore going over a 45-foot em- bankment and overturning sev- ed from the car {jjj By EEW1S GULICK SHINGTON (AP) _ late today amid a .nn u> Was one of 14 per- sons who correctlv picked Dinners in the Progress Ver chants Football ConleT Snff asources cautioned attending the U.N. General Assembly fall scs? But the mere fact of a Gromv Viet rf- u e- ast week- end's host merchant ninJ the win- nmg teams were: Carol Philipsburg; Thomas R San' Osceola Mills dC jjit and interment will be m the Bradford Cemelety Friends may call in the fu neral home from 3 to 5 and to 9 m. tocjay and tj. hour of services Tuesday Born at Woodland Nov." 20 a son of Ellis-, and Eva' Knepp Kyler, he is survived by his parents, his grandfather, J. Knepp of Woodland, and he following uncle and aunts- the Rev. Harold Knepp, L-g- onier; Mrs. Lean MeadI, Clear- Minnie Burns Please Turn to Page 6, Col. 4 in- and u N. opcn- w d at the The previous years Supp0rts Please Turn to Page 2, Col. 6 ish Cearnecki Jr., Milwaukee, Wis b arC scorcs: Philips- ?n R n Clearfield 276-' P S Curwensville over Indi- Please Turn to Page 6, Col. 6 Body Found in Woods Near Anita Saturday PUNXSUTAWNEY Pa (AP) -An autopsy was to be perform- ed today on a body which was found in a woods near Anita, Jefferson County, on Saturday State police said a man runi j dogs discovered the badly decomposed body it could iatC-Iy wHLiner ine remains of a male or female. Baltimore Folks Celebrate Victory BALTIMORE, Md. (AP) it started in the suburbs where small knots of children shouted their joy, and rose like a cres- cendo into a huge downtown celebration. The Baltimore Orioles had brought the city its firs! base- ball world championship and thousands of fans filled the town with the dm of shrieking and It started shortly after 4 pm Sunday. the last out was made and the American League champs had taken their fourth ___ uicu louru Page 6, col. 7 f her own design. The judges, all of whom were sn-county residents, selected iss Rio over 14 other finalists lie winner will attend the state- idc Junior Miss competition at carting. The runner-up award went to me Fullon of Clearfield High hool. Awards in the various tonories wero presented to: isc and appearance, J a n f i tors, Curwensvillo II i h and perform- arts. Brlly Congeniality (chosen by the con- Mary KoTt, Moshannon Valley High School. K Miss Rio a scholarship, presented by (he Chevrolet dealers of Clear- i-CSUuty: a supplied by Brody's and zinKer's at Clearfield and Town and Country at DuBoi.v a lar-e trophy; and a cash prize by ,he Cora-Cola Rot' (ling Co. of Cloarficld. the runner-up, was pre- I'agc 6, Col. 7 WANT TO FOOTBALL DETAILS W JS mL YOUNT IEAVIS COUNTY _ 1NFW SPA PERI   

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