Clearfield Progress, October 15, 1966

Clearfield Progress

October 15, 1966

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Issue date: Saturday, October 15, 1966

Pages available: 30

Previous edition: Friday, October 14, 1966

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Progress, The (Newspaper) - October 15, 1966, Clearfield, Pennsylvania When a man proposes on his it sometimes taket him years to get back on bis feet. Rtecfor's Tip look read "Viewing Harris- burg" on Page 4. Contest... E By ANTHONY J. MAY PHILADBLPHIACAP) Pennsylvmnia's two m a i o r Party candidates for have made it clear that the wg" SherV" campaign is whether the present Republican is steering the for Milton J. In the TV debate. Shafer the lieutenant governor, made i? e ear he stood on the record of his boss. Gov. William Seranton Shapp meanwhile, attacked The underpinnings of Shafer's claim that desPJte economy across the na GOP Record ere a new job has been ated w Pennsylvania evev seconds of the work ,7 ld industry and "oast- i hlghest of liv- and iw Between m2 ana 1966 has only been one-fifih of the national crage Republican Party K the great today as when came in four Scranton ago." Shafer said, "I am The two were to added If Their statements, charges anrf countercharges were not new They have been making t a 11 over the state. On J sues, as education, milk 'enrol, public tac, and home rlrid? Candldates issued a Mde range of position papers s a ements. challenges and re buttals in recent weeks p, in his opening said that while the state that the Repub- lican administration has --car more jobs, and I don't want to see it broken down by and reckless schemes "PPS fehapp repeated a several times he Scranfon-Shafer admmistra. 1'on is "one of the luckiesi in history" because it camc n office at a time when the na tionai economy was on the rise "Serious unemployment would t0 Plague our sta'e 3 285.000 yOUnR h moved out and Viet Nam boot ed steel said Shapp in a accused "more distortion throushout the cam ____ Six Known Dead... ___ H Cowfms To County Board I lornado Wrecks "Our per capita income hat increased over the national at crage for the first time in vears Retail sales have gone national per c.pltT m Town in Iowa By CHAD SKAGGS BELMOND, Iowa announced todaj sssr.-sp _ 'JVCTi.u. m Deed Presented A deed for the lomtinn .i._ OF AUTUMN The n some time before the snow flies _ W. 5. losses Wow Over 400 .7. (Progress Photo) There was no immediate es of the loss. enforcement officers Guardsmen and volun- Nam Hit By By ROBERT TUCKMAN t w d aT some of the time in a cold fine K rubble and searci> the debris for victims. State Highway Patrol Capt Jack Seaman said an "ineh-by- incn search" of the town had oeen completed by midnight. would more Inside The Progress Classified Ads Hints From Heloise.....9 Comics News From Around World" Obituaries juewis Daniel uurald ters announced today the wa Cambodian any would be found. Samuel in ocatmg m areas with adequate technical training schools to for us 10 assist m making such a nnnLa _ Alvm Groreen Reiffharri HP A U.S. Sad phn. losses now lolal.d 403. n-Jre arrivod Inflation to mild the h, bls with T, v Pact Settlement By NEIL nii.RRinv By NEIL GILBRIDE AP Labor Writer WASHINGTON (AP) _ Presi dent Johnson and 11 labor un- io to have fnnge benefits an Svcra-e of 5? partmenf y schemed" the defense Area issues pupns were struck by a car S "H0556" Fron" Streae while changing classes. could visit Belmond. "6 ficThoenHU.SWae9PwouldSaidtraf" want to help us mior F. Miller Guard moved in kitchen units to heln L3 De" The other movement against P ln the of a in rss front- wnich w e bhzzard in Colorado and Wyoming earlier, with a tropical air mass that had Jf Iowa summerlike readings in me 80s earlier in the day State Sen. Ray Hagie, who a 14 niiles south of Windy and scattered showers and thundershow- ers tonight, low 40 to 50 C'SUdy' Windy and cold Sunday with showers and possibly a few snow Hi9h Sunday in the age. re 0{ 'he car 69. of KKP Sunrise Cleorfield River Level Fridoy 7 p. m. _ 5.10 feet Today 7 a. feet Clearfield Weather Fridoy low 40; High 76; Overnight low 46. Mid State Airport Friday low 51; High 67- Overnight lew 48. Delegation To Argue Against Occupation Tax at Philipsburg Please Turn to Page 12. Col FREE FOOTBAUS! Please Turn to Page 12, Col. Football Scores DEiD PRESENTATION A-eo Technical m Co.nty Board ofSch st Juilding At Woodland Soviets May Launch m. _. _.._ I mm ff in Space flt men in On Thursday the rnmna MOSCOW Company, today Fire Volunteer help needed ,fl Turn to Page 12, Col. 7 Rowboat Found, Britons Missing cse Dtle- near futu WOUW be a second and OvernighMlw5 48H'9h 67'' p PAGE 4 WkSirmVs? fuSj SPAPFRf NFWSPAPFK! ;