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Progress, The (Newspaper) - October 14, 1966, Clearfield, Pennsylvania Chvckto Middlt that time at life wtoea we two calUog us, me saying, "Why and the other, "Why THE PROGRESS lUodtr's Tip How are you picking football winners? Sports Editor Fred Kavelak lists choices on Page 10. Vol. 60 No. 243 Our 56th YMr Ctoorfitld, Curwtntvilk, Ehiiiptburq, Moshannon Vallty, Pa., Fridoy, Octobtr 14. 1966 Daily 16 PAGES TODAY No win fifth year... Drought Has Not Ended Despite September Rains most outstanding, bothersome and perhaps costliest weather foaturo of the past fivo years in Clearfield County and throughout Pennsylvania has boon tho lack of adequate rainfall. Soil moisture is generally adequate now for immediate farm needs for the first time since the end of May. But despite recent rains, tho drought by no means' over. Contrary to popular belief, tho water table does not rapidly improve with a ___________________________________________--------------- sudden heavy rainfall. It is War's Heaviest Raid Pounds North Targets Inside The Progress Classified Ads 14 Hints From Hetoise 1 Philadelphia for review of to vole in (he Nov. 8 eleclion pie, Bell Telephone Co. of any questions that might come i.-ni annrnaoh 2824704 com- Pennsylvania paid million in ar d with 2698126 Republi- local real estate taxes mostly Please Turn to Page 6, Col. 6 members are showing a strong two deaths in Wyoming were Central Railroads and the Inter cans This gives the Democrats on business offices. inclination toward seeking So- blamed on the storm. state Commerce Commission can.s. MV _ _....... ._ .1. cial Security benefit increases a (ICC) filed briefs with thc year earlier than recommended HARRISBURG (AP) __House Supreme Court opposing a stay by President Johnson. Speaker Robert K. Hamilton's of Plans for a Pcnn-Cenlral In a surprise move Thursday, office said today the legislature merger, Prac- the House Ways and Means Dack Tuesday The last shipment didn't last long not after leased since the girl's age was all over Clearfield County and the Moshannon Valley jumped motion on the band wagon and started but Warned Kltchcn that In thc Slgning future he should not become volved in anv criminal act. up relatives, friends, and even strangers. A total of 223 football sets Lawmakers Eye Late News Stay of f> "If By THE PRESS t J Social Security Merger Plans "In this mailer I think where have been given away so far but there was smoke, there was the end is not yet in sight. fire." said the judge. "Sec that Want to get in on the action? in the future you don't have to Well, if you're a boy living m depend on an attornev to set you Clearfield County or the Philips- out of such scrapes." burg Borough. Rush, Snow Shoe in III By EDMOND LE BRETON nation's midsection today. The driving blizzard hampered road and air travel, closed schools in Wyoming and drove temper- atures below freezing across if WASHINGTON (AP) The a edge. But, Bell paid no local lax on In Ihe May primary, the GOP millions of dollars worth of trailed the Democrats by operational facilities. They were 956 registered volers. exempt, as were multi- million The figures were compiled dollar power plants, waler re- OSCEOLA Accounted Burgl WASHINGTON (AP) House most of the Rockies. At least Pennsylvania and New York Guiltv verdicts returned or Burnside township area of afternoon ajainst Centre County xou're eligible. defendants Alex Kislac-k of And you don't have to be a Houtzdalc, charged failure Prouress carrier to take part, to collect and remit taxes; and The set. complete with ball. Gary Kessler of 210' 2 Graffius kicking tee, inflating ncectle and pump, is available for you by simply finding someone to sub- scribe to The Progress for six months. For complete details sec the advertisement on Page 9 of to- Pleasc Turn to Page 6 Col. 5 North Carolina Family Escapes Injury In One-Car Accident day's edition. MILLS PHILIPSBURG No one uas injured and damage amounted Applicanls for the .stay have to S900 in a one-car accident on from records of the Stale Elec- servoirs and railroad terminals, ally all items taken during a Committee ordered legislation to act on a conference commit "presented no reason" for Koine 350 one mile south of lions Bureau and county offices Why? recent burglary at the Hirsh drafted for study today. And lee report on proposed consumer such a court "rdcr, Penn-Cen- South Ph.hpshurg today at 5 nf voter registration in some In one of ils many decisions. Store here have been accounted both Republicans and Demo- crcdit legislation. tral in lhe principal brief a. m HP final official figures the Supreme Court gave its for, Police Chief Russell Holden crats on the committee talked of_____ filed Thursdaj Thc two rail- The accident occurred uhcn lo roads said they that the Dennis R 24. of Markers M NEW YORK (AP) _ An Afri nlewr plans arc -subject to Me N C. operating a and cons Said the Court: returned from a visit to the Johnson's proposal for higher can diplomats screaming wife thc contingcnpv ,nat if upon ,u roupc, fcn asleep at the uherl If these facilities could be Rockview State Police substa- benefits and other added fca- j P "J dinal review thc merger is ulti- His car crowed over the op- today and held to he incapable of positr lane, ran off the road cases were not available, and in the reason and left it up to the disclosed yesterday after he and starling additional benefits case of Lackawanna Covtnty, politicians to argue the pros Hugh Gorman, the store owner, pensioners Jan. t, 1967. nrimarv figures were used P with showing 392 independents and members taxed locally, the very exist- tion. turcs was suggested of other parties registered, the cnce or survival of the utilities unofficial total number of eligi- would rest in a real sense not possession of a trio of youth next year hie voters was with the Commonwealth but picked up cajlier this work in on Jan. 1, In the 19G4 presidential eloc- wilh numerous local taxing their trailer hide-away at Me- One source said the Ways and tion .1% Democrats were bodies. Alevys Fort. Means Committee would vote for an The Roods were found in the congressional 'consideration tnen followed them to dcalh in consummation (Penn-Cen- and crashed into a tree to become effectue a below Police said wil, bo )0 umlo Passengers in the car were it looked like 'a bloody battle- it wife, Mar.vland. and srven- "Any difficulties burdens month-old riauuhler. Mia The woman s husb.ind is an of 1hn( u fron, (hc niilips- rcaistfrrd and Republi Please Turn to Page 6, Col. 3 "Since the power to tax is Please Turn to Page 6, Col. 2 It' V V .T "I t. .1 III V- (III I III H I t C V'F I t All (1 The stolon clothing items were for an early start r enn-Central." the railroads' bnra Substation said the Knapps Please Turn to Page 7. Col. 5 Please Turn to 6 Col 7 1'leas.e Turn to Page 7, Col. 5 Please Turn to Page 6, Col. 8 lice said. (ion to thc United Nations, po- District Road Toll This Year Accidents 581 Damages Deaths IS Deaths Elsewhere 4 A Year Ago Accidents 550 Injured Damngcs Dcallis II Deaths Klspwhrre 2 NFWSPAPFK!
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