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Clearfield Progress (Newspaper) - March 9, 1966, Clearfield, Pennsylvania M CONGRESSIONAL REAPPORTIONMENT SIGNED - fenn- rnor VVilliqm W. Scranton, ;cent.r,; and Senate B i 11, No. 1 of, d kighediihfa^laW^at7 Harris V:,;r^.r �^..:V; . sylvania , with; twa special session which h 4 * t *� r t * burg; The. bill 4 is Congressional reapportionment. At rjght js Sen. Marvin: Keller (R-Bucks), reapportipnmeht cornmittee chairman/and left is Seiil John Devlin (D-Allegheny), Senate Democratic leader. (AP Wirephoto) ^he reconstruction of ; 6.4 miles of the Bocktori Pike near Cleartield hasHeen included in a n expanded $155 million sec- roadbuilding program by the State Highway it was announced Wstrirt 2 Engineer Stanton c: Funk^s^ia that tKer plans to recbhslruict that portion of Route$410, from its inter$ec-tioniwitht^eri^^Rottteffl^f afe ithe top^ oft fhe^ounteii^to^Uie' town of; RVJckton. PlinS call for the Wghway;^^ be widened to 24# fee^ Mr, FuhklsaidSthat work on '�t 4 P won't ^ cost . E ^ - \ alon -1 _ - r -.� ' 1 the with 'project until: next year.] is $1 mi)Uon; ' ^ The others , _ now: becomes part-of the Com mission's six-year program.' The additional jobs Will involve 420 miles, of new highway in Pennsylvania. r . /'S.;-' Highway Se^re^ry, Henry D. of -  Com- If 1 HarMl.^wfibiis the -bipartisan mission,,, program^isfo tack on our 4 ^. a limited at- s; Fundjs are not as plentiful as ram." - Hj1 fle'noted thatv coupled; witlg thecv$2,7 billion value of programs;;app^yed earlier, air mos� $3 i$ymti&m mm liori; six-year plan has been pro-grammed by the Commission in less! Petitions Fi ^^^^^ - + kr. ^ I. - 1 ' ^ The incumbent Republican and Democratic Clearfield County chairmen are seeking re-election in the May 17 primacy but GOP chairmdh Rob.ert W. Goodman of Morris-dale will be uno Goodnibn was the lone candidate for the GOP Mr. county post to file a hpminating petition with the County Board of Elections.: Yesterday was the filing deadline. - rii a 11 y declare h i s cd h d i Although he hai Ed L. "Pete" Fisher fried a petition Mbnday for re-electipn > r ^ if X J;.; IC opposed for that post by Leo C: \Karoleski; of, D�Bois Fred- ric countyk. f" " ^ t t * _ If Cyclist Is Killed INDIANA;'Pa. (AP)-A motorcycle rammed a parked tractor-trailer on an Indiana street [ Tuesday, killing the cyclist and injuring a rider. Police said .the victim was John M, Pollock, 16, of Indiana. His sister, Carolyn, 14, was hospitalized in fair condition. The new $5(W,CW^ store is built on ground owned by Edsel and Alfred B, Hurwitz; A 'five-acre tract was leased to the Crown Construction Co. of Johnstown and this firm constructed the building and leased space to Riverside. An additional storeroom or office room is available for lease in the near future and ityis expected that others will be constructed to meet individual needs of interested firms; _ J The new market provides employment for some 60 persons. With the hope of attracting additional business and industry to the area, the Hurwitz broth- i - 1 ^ n Please Turn to Page 10, Col. 4 r - Here's a Formula Without Magic Need transportation? We don't have magic formula to give you a lift but we do have our Classified Ad page. Nothing mysterious about it either . . . just plain facts on what's available. This car was sold in just two days. Try us today. r Boxcar Ex ^ t" In South; Loaded With Shells By TOM DYGARD CORNING, Ark. (AP) - A boxcar loaded with 175mm ar- 9 tillery shells mysteriously exploded near here early today with a force felt in three states. The predawn blast gouged a crater 50 feet long and 15 feet deep in a railroad siding three miles north of this northeast Arkansas town. The explosion, felt in Arkansas, Missouri and Tennessee, ruptured a natural gas line and forced the evacuation of several hundred Corning residents before the gas was shut off. One house was demolished by the explosion and fire. Walls of Please Turn to Page 10, Col. 2 Partly cloudy and warmer through to Thursday. Low tonight 24 to 32. Sunrise 6:33-Sunset 6:13 'i Clearfield River Level Tuesday 7 p. m. feet (falling). Today 7 a. m. feet (falling). 5.25 5.05 1961 COMET: 4 Door Seda�t 6 cylinder, standard trans mission. Good conditio] Phone Curwensvllle 236-0274. To Buy, Sell, Rent, Trade, Use The Progress Classified Ads Phone Clearfield 765-5535 Or Your Nearest Progress Office. Centre County Voter Registration Set PHILIPSBURG - Special voter registrations will be held tomorrow at Philipsburg and Sandy Ridge, County Commissioner G. A. Spearly announced today. Centre countians in the Philipsburg area may register to vote tomorrow from 1 to 9 p.m. in the Philipsburg Town Hall. A special registration to register voters in the Sandy Ridge area will be held tomorrow from 6 to 8 p. m. in the Sandy Ridge Fire Hall. Clearfield Weather Tuesday low 12; High 42. Overnight low 22. Mid - State Airport Tuesday low 6; High 31. Overnight low 5. Five - Day Forecast March 10 - 14: Temperatures will average six to eight degrees above the daily normal highs of 40 to 44 and lows, of 24 to 26. It will be warmeHby TKbrs-day, cooler bver the week-end, then i i. warm.r we�k. Scatttrtd �h^v�r� it th. �nd of th. W��k ar� expect.d to ay.rqg� pi?t quarter of an T" ' 4 * + r t ^ A f ;