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Progress, The (Newspaper) - May 14, 1990, Clearfield, Pennsylvania Page two the Progress Clearfield Curwensville Philipsburg Moshannon Valley pa., monday May 14, 1990 five generations of the Kathryn Reffner family of Glasgow Cambria county Are shown. They include at front mrs. Reffner holding great great grand daughter Amanda Louise Rickard the daughter of Don Rickard at rear. At right is the child s grandmother Louise Rickard and at left is the baby s great grandmother Dorothy Lewis. I tax increases possible but not certain in budget talks Ritz twin e. Market St., Clearfield 765-5835 2nd week at 7 & 9 pretty woman r Richard Gere Julia Roberts now showing at 7 & 9 the first Power r Lou Diamond Phillips Rowland Philipsburg 342-0477 now showing Hunt for red october pm now thru thursday 7 15 1 show Only open seven Days a week All seats $3.00 Beautiful theatre. The largest screen in Central a i la an evening of music featuring the Clearfield area schools elementary and Middle school choirs tuesday May 15th curtain time 7 30 . Adults $2.00 students $1.00 at the Clearfield Middle school auditorium by Christopher Connell associated press writer Washington a White House chief of staff John Sununu says tax increases Are a possibility but no certainty in the budget Deal the Bush administration is trying to strike with leaders of Congress. It is a budget Summit not a tax Summit Sununu said sunday As he sought to Calm the storm Over his earlier remarks indicating that president Bush had no intention of deviating from his no new taxes Campaign pledge. Budget negotiations Are scheduled tuesday Between top Bush administration officials and 21 of the most powerful members of the House and Senate. The chairmen of the House and Senate budget committees indicated sunday that gun shy democrats will insist that Bush take the Lead in proposing any tax increases. Rep. Leon e. Panetta chairman of the House budget committee said if there Are any tax increases in the final package it will be because Bush wants them there. I can assure you that the Issue of taxes Are not going to be raised or discussed or approved unless the president thinks that they re necessary for deficit reduction Panetta said on lbs face the sen. James Sasser d-tenn., chairman of the Senate budget committee said he did not intend to be the first to suggest raising taxes and i Don t think the democrats Bush would have to propose revenues. And the president 1 i a attention senior citizens a Day just for you every tuesday 10 % off on All purchases not already on Sale. W please present your medicare card at Theja time of Purchase. I by Clearfield Job Center openings terminal operator monday through Friday 7 30 . To 4 ., 35 hours week in the Shawville area. Pay rate of $4.50/hour. Bartender Days and hours to be scheduled 25 hours week in the Clearfield area. Pay rate of $3.80/hour. For More information Stop by the Clearfield Job Center 209 e. Locust St., Clearfield. Clearfield Mike Malloy owner 765-8061 211 Chester St. Hug Van us stores Clearfield i is . Building tuesday 7 . Cor. 6th St. And Arnold ave. Cash awards 700-57 k. Of a Council 409 Charles Natoli chairman everyone Welcome Independent worldwide lodging each Besl Western is independently owned and operated 1-80 exit 19 Clearfield 765-2441 of caring in oar Somji fatal attractions lunch specials Mon Spaghetti and meatballs with garlic bread and tossed salad.$3.25 tues wed. Dieter s special Chicken or tuna salad with tomatoes olives celery carrots and pickles cup of soup or tossed salad. $3.25 hot roast Beel Sandwich with French Fries or mashed potatoes cup of soup or tossed of. _ _ salad thurs a of. Lulled Chicken breast with French Fries or mashed potatoes Rolls and butter. or cup of soup.$0.t u Fri. Beer Batter fish with French Fries Rolls an butter cup of soup or tossed salad oo.t0 we Are serving a breakfast Bullet All you. A can eat . Irom 7 00 10.30 . $4.30 dinner specials Mon beef stroganoff Over noodles House salad .$7.95 a salad bar. $8.95 . Chicken breast House salad. $6.95 a salad bar .$7.95 wed Beer Batter shrimp 7house salad $10.95 a salad bar $11.95 thurs veal Scal Lopine House salad$10.95 a salad bar $11.95 Fri. Beer Batter fish All Youcan eat $6.95 Sun sunday Brunch 10 00 .-2 00 . Come be a part of our sunday Brunch. $5.95 our banquet rooms Are All remodeler we will be glad to make reservations for Youl when the Allegheny Region needs to know. Abc nightly news with Tom Brokaw at 6 30 pm. Would have to help sell those revenues to the Congress and to the american people Sasser said on Abc s this week with David Sununu who appeared on Abc s meet the press told re porters last week that it was the democrats prerogative to put tax increases on the bargaining table and it s our prerogative to say angry democrats denounced Sununu s statement and expressed alarm at being drawn into a White House trap the official White House spokesman Marlin Fitzwater disavowed the remarks. Sununu said sunday that reporters had mistakenly assumed that there would be taxes. In a final budget. The fact is there s no preconditions Means there s a possibility but no Richard Darman the White House budget director said we should t consider a tax increase independently of major budget process Darman speaking on the Brinkley show said Bush would like to emerge from the Summit with line item veto authority the ability to kill spending on specific projects or programs without striking Down an entire Man warned last week the deficit it s not going to be sensible to for fiscal 1991 could run As much try to contract that much in one As $100 billion Over the $64 billion year said Darman. But let s allowed by Gramm Rudman. Say $50 big wrangler family restaurant get your scissors ready for our Coupon and in tomorrow s Progress Clearfield exit19i-80 765-6852 appropriations Bill. Darman said said the Summit also should tackle the phony Gramm Rudman targets for across the Board spending reductions that Only apply for the first 15 Days of each fiscal year. After oct. 15th, anything goes he said. We want a tighter system for controlling and Darman said there should be some Cap Overall on government Loans and hidden liabilities for savings and Loans and other programs. We re accumulating hidden liabilities. Up to almost $6 trillion now said the budget director. Darman said a realistic goal for the negotiators is finding budget savings of $45 billion to $55 billion in the first year. Dar Clearfield Community theatre presents. May 17, 18, 19 24, 25, 26 cast building 112 e. Locust St., Clearfield curtain 8 . $5.50 adults $4.50 students and senior citizens for reservations Call 765-4474 6 00 q o news g 0 Macnell Lehrer news our 0 night court o cd c news o Highway to heaven g o who s the Boss g cd Charles in charge g id growing pains c Newhart g 69 or. Belvedere g Scholastic sports America Hardcastle and Mccormick Jeb world today of Tel you can t do that on television steel he Man and masters of the universe Fuffa . House of representatives i supermarket sweep -i33ji movie a my Little Pony 1986, fantasy voices of Danny Devito Madeline Kahn. Tjem movie 1/2 Short circuit 2" 1988, comedy Fisher Stevens Michael Mckean. Cp1 movie 1/2 who is Julia 1986, science fiction Mare Winningham Jameson Parker. Cjj3 movie the House on Carroll Street 1988, drama Kelly Mcgillis. Guja profiles of nature Gaia decades 60s bib fragile Rock 6 05 Beverly Hillbillies g 6 30 o c Abc news g 0 night court 0 Ujj Abc news g 0 comedy wheel cd Hangin in go lbs news g q be Charles in charge g Esq Light music i Elk sports look cd make the Grade Baa top card Flaa viewer Call in a Rodeo drive Una wildlife chronicles cb1 chronicle be bugs Bunny & pals 6 35 to Andy Griffith 7 00 0 lbs news g o nightly business report o current affair 0 news 0 0 Cosby show g 0 love connection cd Abbott and costello cd wheel of Fortune g 03 movie

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