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Progress, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1967, Clearfield, PennsylvaniaToday s chuckle pinned office bulletin Board double pleasure double your Fuu Xerox your the Progress vol. 61 no. 272 Clea Ifilio a. A Ameku City my our 57th year Clearfield Curwensville Philipsburg Moshannon Valley pa., monday november 20, 1967 copy 10 cents copies daily 24 pages today plenty of Snow a Doe pauses to scan her surround Ings a Small Woodland Clearing whitened by a Blanket of new fallen Snow. A third pre Winter storm de posited As much As a foot of new Snow the higher regions Over the week end making it Tough going for wildlife As Well As motorists. The state Highway department reported a two Day accumulation of 1 6 inches sections of the Grampian area and 8-Inch fall hour and one half Chest township. Progress photo pro Fec showdown slated at Federal Reserve Board Hartsburg d boosts discount rate Senate hearing Ofie of five mishaps end of work is Bill five injured route 322 crash by Joe Hall associated press writer a the Senate appears ready to wrap up before thanksgiving its work one of the most sweeping so Cial Securi Bills Ever consid ered by Congress. Senate democratic Leader Mike Mansfield has set Carh opening schedules for the next two Davs and obtained a strict limitation debate All remaining amendments. This is expected to bring final passage of the legislation wednesday the final form of the measure then will be determined a conference Between the Senate and House which passed the Bill last August. three Davs of debate last the Bill s managers succeeded maintaining it the form which it won Senate finance committee approval Many More amendments re main to be acted . The big please turn to Page 10, col 1 inside the Progress classified ads 20. 21 hints i Yoni Heloise 21 comics 23 is a is from around world 10 sports if 17 obituaries 2 Hospital news 3, 21 editorial columns 4 social news 19. 21 today history 1 school news 3, 7, 21 state news briefs 11 bad driving conditions caused he saturday s Snow sleet and rain contributed to a two car Accident route 322 near Philipsburg saturday night which five persons were injured if v As one of five weekend traffic mishaps the area. The were taken o the Philipsburg state general hos Pital where they were treated and released they included. Josephine p Bailey. 43. Of 210 Garfield st., new Bethlehem operator of one of the cars. William l. Yingling 27, of Morrisdale the other oper Ator and these passengers his car Annetta a ogling 23, Lisa Ann Yin glug 3. And Man Annie Yin glug 2. According to Philipsburg state police the Bailey Sedan travel ing West went into a skid the Snow covered Highway crossed Over into the eastbound traffic Lane and collided Headon with the Yin glug Coupe. Damage was estimated at 000 to the Bailey Sedan and at to the Yingling car. Darrell d. Log pc 30, of 016 Barclay st was injured a Ham reaction Accident at Clearfield at p m. Satur Day but police said he refused medical treatment at the time the collision occurred Turnpike Avenue near West Pine Street. Borough police said Franklin k Green of Bigler stopped Turnpike Avenue to discharge passengers and or Lingle Stop Ped behind him. The third car line a pickup truck driven by Timothy k. Kunes 21. Of Frenchville r. A. Was unable to Stop time and hit the pm Glt car. The police said or. Lingle hit the brakes when he was struck and by doing this minimized the damage to the Green car Kunes will be charged with travelling too fast for conditions police said. Total damage this Acci Dent was listed at s525. Of this amount damage to the Kunes truck was listed at s200, to the Lingle Coupe at s250 and to the Green car at s75. About s75 damage was Caus please turn to Page to col 2 i5 Paul Zdinak Harris org a gov. Sitifer meets a win today with four legislative leaders what is described As a showdown meeting taxes. Any agreement reached by the c. Of course would have to be brought Back to the Republican and democratic caucuses for approval hero before any tax Bills can begin rolling through the legislature Senate majority Leader Stan lev g Stroup was asked late sunday night when the five could be expected to reach a tax Agi Cement. Tomorrow morning 1 Hope " the Bedford Coutv Republican said then asked if the legislature would adjourn for the car by dec 1. The Start of the constitutional convention Here. Stroup replied. Will Bend every present plans Call for a recess beginning thursday thanks giving Dav and then a return monday for a final Rush to Clear As much administration Legisla Tion As possible. This week also promises to he a Busy one the non fiscal front. Majority House republicans plan to emphasis enabling legis lation for the soon million conservation Bond Issue labor re form legislation a proposed legislative code of ethics and air pollution compact. A Bill to revamp the milk control Law also is to be introduced. However a knowledgeable gop source said to was doubtful milk legislation would be approved this year the Senate a controversial Bill to Flat horse racing was position for a final vote. But overshadowing these items have been the tax talks Shafer has been conducting with Stroup Senate a month Leader Ernest p. Kline House Mai Only Leader Lee a. Donaldson and House minority Leader Herbert Foeman. Meanwhile the proposal to provide stale Aid to private and parochial schools was Back the news this weekend Martin p. Mullen chief legislative spokesman for the idea was not dismayed Over Strong reports that the Issue might be left out of a final tax Compromise we do not want the Issue the Philadelphia Democrat insisted. His response was prompted by reliable reports that top ranking legislators from both parties Are convinced the nonpublic school question will have to be isolated if a fiscal Compromise is to be reached by dec. 1. There is no question that non Public school Aid cannot be tied with a tax one High Republican commented. Jos Kimi it. Coyne associated press Winter my Federal Reserve i. Count moved up m nil h 10 m what officials i a cd As Effort to it Ploit the Wake of the Dev filiation. Dollar Pound the Rise from 1 to 4 per pen is identical to one put into Effric i Iii dec but that Foi a different reason to Stem inflation it triggered a car of to it Money i his time. However the e i designed prcven1 a he nov flow of dollars overseas h of h Ahur interest rates i s expected to Nave Little ,.n it cafe i i i Cin Umer i re Ratra m countr Ion it div Aluord the Pound from a Fin to s 40 i Ham also Luis ii is discount a i i achieved earlier this Vear lust below the demilitarized zone draw Large american forces away from thick populated areas and pin them Down the sparsely settled mountains some americans and please turn to Page 10, col s please turn to Page 10, col 7 contestants Fumble football guesses the 3o tie Between Xavy and Vanderbilt was the chief stumbling Block for participants the Progress merchants foot Ball guessing contest this past saturday one entry picked the tie. But lost out elsewhere. The contest scores Harvard 21 blown 6. Cornell 24. Dait Mouth 21 Val 29. Princeton 7, 21. Pitt 12. Llola Cross 21, Rutgers 10 Michigan 27, wis Consin Penn state 35 Ohio u. 14. Navy Vanderbill 35 Temple 22. Akron 2j Thiel 8. Grove Ciu 6. Pickets stationed at Lee company Piu Lisburg pickets were stationed for the first time this morning at the trance of the Lee Metal products company. Inc As the strike there entered its fifth Day. A strike Vole was taken wednesday afternoon by members of Federal labor l Nion no. 22319 al Cio meeting the veterans of foreign wars Post Home after Union members rejected the company s offer for a new contract. The two year contract be tween the company and Union expired wednesday. Nov. For the 75 production workers at the Plant. The company is a leading producer of food and chemical processing equipment. Lengthy negotiations Between the Union and company representatives were supervised by commissioner m. J. Faunce of the Federal mediation serv ice and Victor a. Mills Field representative. Region 3, Cio. No further meetings scheduled at this time. Al a r 8 by presidential commission health crisis warning issued 15y Douglas b. Cornell Washington a a presidential commission warned today a National health crisis May be upon us now or just around the already it said the system of caring for America s health is a state of crisis with costs rising far faster than living expenses and gaps apparent the finality and distribution of serv ices. The commission questioned whether the country is getting its month s Worth from the m billions going into health Caro Smyc there has been Only a Small Gam life expect it suggested health might be improved More by comparable areas As sanitation education and bet housing among More than 50 Cura Tives for current problems the commission prescribed for doctors dentists and other professionals periodic for renewal of their licenses As a prod to keep or their skills and Knou Lodge and to discourage unnecessary or Overly expensive tests treatments he part of some the commission listed re by Peers or associates As one of us Mosi important re commendations for hospitals financial re wards for efficiency and Quail a so the hotter ones might expand and Prosper and the worse ones go out of business. Federal financial help medical and dental schools to improve Quality and expand enrolment to students Rov org full tii inon and living costs Over a period of years or m two years time cup to a National ice other than selective e sen ice priority for improving health care of disadvantaged persons. President Johnson named the Man commission last Mas. He asked it to recommend ways of improving the availability and use of health manpower. Representatives of labor finance education Industry hospitals Medicine and the press served under Tho chairmanship of Tirum Miller chairman of the Hoard of Cummins engine co., inc., Columbus ind. Stores at Philipsburg set Holiday hours ph1lipsburg stores and business places Here will re main open this wednesday until 5 p. M Anthony r Rosselli president of the retail division of the chamber of Commerce announced today. The v will be closed All Dav thursday

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