- November 24, 2021
Petrograd is again in turmoil. The provisional government has been thrown out of power by the extreme radicals headed by Nikolai Lenin. Premier Kerensky has fled the capital, several of his ministers have been placed under arrest, and the Winter Palace seat of the government, has been bombarded by the guns of the cruiser “Aurora”
Veterans and citizens were urged Saturday to show support for all American servicemen by driving with automobile headlights turned on over the Veterans Day weekend, November 11 and 12. Maj. Gen, Thomas R. White, adjutant general of Pennsylvania, who is spurring the headlight campaign, stated that the vast majority of Americans are behind our servicemen.
The James N. Kline Boy Scout Camp is rapidly gaining a nationwide reputation and inquiries concerning it are being received almost daily from Scout councils from all across the United States. Already prominent citizens of other communities are preparing to emulate the example of Mr. Kline in providing similar camps for the boys of their
After the splashdown, he’s the man the astronauts count on. When Gemini 6 parachutes into the Atlantic Ocean October 27, after two days of orbiting the earth, the eyes of the world, and particularly those of astronauts, Walter M. Schirra, Jr. and Thomas P. Stafford will be on the Williamsporter who is piloting the Navy