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Clearfield Progress Newspaper Archive: October 22, 1966 - Page 1

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   Progress, The (Newspaper) - October 22, 1966, Clearfield, Pennsylvania                               Chuckk to his me to th One XHEJPROGRESS Clearfield. .1 "It To Me" oa Page 4 takes a light look at history. Joh By FRANK CORMIER BRISBANE, Australia (AP) President Johnson began the last leg of his Australian tour tonight appearing weary and strained after his wild reception m Sydney was marred by new anti-Viet Nam demonstrations The President and Mrs. John- son arrived in Brisbane, capi- tal of the northern state of Queensland, to spend the night They were met by an airport crowd of about Second Slide Feared Slag Heap Moving Toward Thousands Of Volunteer Diggers ftmr -m- _ Visit to Syd million excited but chans H f irned out in Svrf. to a Business sui! the Us 8 million ee ns turned out in Syd Americans. The d the as ami- Viet A Australian Canber- for a Johnson wore Western clothes d a Texas hat at the barbecue fo? t' t0 a usnes for the Canberra farewell held m bitingly cold weather looked tired he inspected an honor guard while a 21-gun boomed Johnson drove directly to Kairbairn Airport outside Can S" attending the barbe- awav was Siven by friend, Edward Clark, mm ambassador to Austra- the U.S. At the 10.000 acre ranch Johnson met an Australian sol-' dier recently returned from -service in Viet Nam. The presented the President with an Australian digger's slouch hat in St "'ereTnu in sight as Johnson departed Canberra afier an official fare well from Gov.-Qen. Lord "t h- f far his foes, the Viet Nam dissenters succeeded in disnip? "g his motorcade as some threw themselves down in the street and pelted the process on with eggs and other missiles. The President kept smilins throughout _ but he had tocurt his zest for jumping into "he crowds for handshakes Secret also Turn to Page 3, Col. 3 _. j 3, col. Shafer Hits School Plan; i If ohakeaown GOP Candidate Says Deal Would Rob Poor By GRANVILLE J. WATTS ABERFAN, Wales (IS) The threat of .a new avalanche hung over this tiny Welsh lage today as thousands of res- Democratic Contender Tacks Charge on Party _ __ today that the school h ?Oymond P- Sheifer chctrg FOpn Y E TRAGEDY IN WALES A u, wu WWW-ALMJ L- intn C0al waste into the town. The remainder of the man- made, cone-shaped slag heap a sch001 and least 14 homes Friday -was still moving. the diggers would be directly in its path Officials said 107 bodies have been recovered, loo of them K was death toll would reach 200 Sentenced DrasKacef At M. Air flea COUrt CrashatHyJe FflLir Art jj..__i 4 'ped Cout Clearfield'County f0'C refused an offer of a delay L Riverside Buys Three loblaw Markets In Continuing Expansion Lob- Graffius Ave., Kessler was sent to _ ins TO a year after 1 sentencing until he could given psychiatric examina- tion. Kessler was found guilty bv a jury of public indecency. Hi's fine was set at SI .Two other defendants con- term the crimjnal court probationary periods year. They were Alex Kislack, 18" Penn Traffic Alex hcre restaurant market al i" Ir.c. are completed The three Loblaw share involved the two the act 10, Col. 3 whVwas Brisb'n' Street, Clearfield drag m For Meeting in a sDeeen School Association. "He would rob the pOor to the rich." Shafer said Milton Shapp the Democratic nominee, is propos mg that state subsidies to school the amount1 collected from the This would mean that :h pay the mos .------receive more in sub- sidy funds while rural commun- smaller sales col tttmtf.J receive less, Fighting Slows Amid Reports Of LBJ Visit PETER ARXETT .vision ordered to o quota of "If you have ever heard of made the claims Fri- ncr here. The retired Philadelphia in- dustnalMt ,.id he talked Emitted they had It is a fight against time" 7 ssid. Shafer returned his can campaign to Pittsburgh 'edcTod ,htime this week- to the goal of responsibility. also hammered away P. five children died don't spend any ian we he said. not see our state rav- 2; measures under way battle action, u .s 400 persons. lcnce of ltid that behind Sh.fer ___ ;f some up to Turn to Page 10, CoL 4 Economy Days In full Swing At Clearfield Please Turn to Pagc M, Col. i Curfew at Osceola Effective on Nov. I latter referred to the free college tuition proposal i y Iania high grad- uates advanced by Shapp Shafer repeatedlv has main tamed that it would be wry to doublc the we, tax to move their ine arse ass and S2nd sen- cash 9 P.m. MILLS__ oy thp "e expected to be off the street accompanied by t --------nominee spent a full campaigning in Luzerne and "awanna counties Friday ss Shafer seated at his Scranton told a S50-a- ismg dinner of the County GOP tee: known Ray Shafer for time and I feel he's the person ran for governor in this state The thino- T i------, the A U. S. The Cloudy, windy and cool with scattered showers to- night low 44 to 54. Sun- day cloudy with scattered showers and cooler. Sunrise Cleorfield River Level 7 p. m. _ 5 Q5 Today 7 a 4.95 feet Clearfield Weather Friday low 28; High 66; Overnight low 32. Mid State Airport Friday low 23; High 55- Overnighr low 33 Please Turn to Page to, Co! 2 Tax Bill Deadlock is Adjournment A IvS rn n to once again 10. Col. s UJV Rv It? AT WALTER n. MEARS WASHINGTON (AP) _ A ;nate deadinot FREE FOOTBALIS! Site j. ownsnjp firemon fa t- vveri trtHCO OUt u OLcL aCtiv' Turn to Page 10, Col. Football Scores By The Associated Press 0 Jefiey Sbore 7- Southern Area -9Williarns Valley 33. Tri-Valley a new constitution a ffram for developir ransportation, preser tural resources and of %Sf bo-prove the quality be ssass INDIANA. pa. CAP) One an was and three other Persons were injured todav a, swept through an old 41' Lebaaon e 47. Pottsvill Cheltenham 21. Lou.er brokcn but he added that r .'cju. But he he saw little hope of ad today. unbroken meeting ConnellsvUIe 20, Latrobe 7 Center" o" Cambria 7' Homer Ma'TIfat'S (he Sona'e." as summoned ms dwindling forces for a Satur- aay session and another to clear the path for a The House. also Plcase Turn to Page 10, Col. 8 Inside The Progress Classified Ads Hints From Heloise g Comics Sports............... Akftn O, 7 FirCmen from Indiana and e7 S Ap- peared to be a total (McCori 19. Bishop 13 --------38' Cambria Hollidaysburg 42 MI IT Kingston 40, Plains Twp'o" Bethlehem Liberty Turn to Page 10, Col 3 One Phone Call W He Trick Rale That's what'this ad- ipfl ieneeH A ecllon exper- Jenceo. AS soon as the "U, and one" n e 1 O Jl "ougnt everything bv 3 n m." That's action, man. 7 41, Muncy The NEWSPAPER! NEWSPAPER!   

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