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Clearfield Progress (Newspaper) - March 17, 1966, Clearfield, Pennsylvania V*,?,V'W 7 ^y. = v �*>i s. 3^ a �i ^-1 r-is'* 81 aw?-' Mi 3SK 1r l w'i Ml j m If si*? 3* H1^ Fa 3$ hi 4 � 4i �3. mm a1 a h d .-^ I air if rK mfjr......C f � � ST ~ � I Nift . r 7"*?- >J-"'-?! A- m L-V j-< *<- "ft .is IK it is ft" 13^ is Oil 5! as �18 lafeh.a 4 3&1 11 i Divid ;er j" ^ i * 1 f! this mm if.5?1 a- 5 it/'i.-V',, \J..,\ 'tl* l t VH 1 _h hl . r ^ It- '71 5 1 � F 1 _ ^ j .1 1 1'^ �..ii1- � 'gg' � ^'ff'^^jj ' ?;v*[*'^.--* I ( lp. 4t ' S3 1 -m _ *" i. 4l 1 _ ^_ 4-^ r M , .t* hl ??r,ij ft IK* fm r^",f-, -V's-,.-- ft? 1h 1 ^pil-1 si execuuve? i. 'V - li.** 4*i ft MS; mm Si poss ai�men?ii �Ate f. h }3k ^ ^r -4 - IJ 1 4iV 1** ^ >f." ,f - h l _ f -4- ^ ^ ' p"^ . t L . 4 I . ^ j - r . ^ SI ft � \ "l" 11 x3 'Tri t-'i . a re a use rv 1- St/' 1^' icidl ^1 con b. ap. \?li DiiBois 1 a-^T 7x1 r �. 'J- 4_u> .rTj- thro 1 mm * r ^ ^ ^ * r *l- J r 3** Li4v. 1^' 1-tit.'- f T 3 >V 4?-, .-i-^ 4--hj ^ ^ j > V .'-i i J ft' iV^ ity ,.*�r*. p*>^ I BE .IV i . T4 I ft. ;H1 v .4h �- � j ^Rey.^ 1 as Mm �A m V .1" �f =15 Gilbei li 4^ l h- :4a ftas ' Hi a* 1 ?�1 mm ft L- . rii .1 1^ l f i1* b I ^ h-j h-4J ^ r J j"' ^ �i-.-l I 4� 5- ft mi 8S slstatele^-'*'^ lefre LOnC I III 1^1 Ben *V^4i" EE ft" * jpj ^1 "1 -do (VI Mi I*" 'Mi 35 i inst it 1 � &3i Si aw : 1J0 ? -. ^fi*:: 9a WW 71^ 3fl ft!- 9: ft fl4 SB Si drof thOUSi lian^ 1 m PfSSf ^bfethw - Wt1 i( 4>'* 1 MS �4-^1 il .Mi* nil FV1 J^ > 4 4 t 1 i jn1 ' 1 . * r ^ l_"4t^- OSCEOLA I - - �/ V - J � � � \* : 1 -V. ^ - h 1 - At t-~ �- �I1 f it' r > Increasing cloudineis tonight and warmer, low 35 to 44. Mostly cloudy and .-warm j l Sunrise 6: l?-Sunsetd;22 'e.i; r * - > *�3 _4I *J 'i- me qv counties as siaie-ieaerai aid; to help pay for their child 4- -1 r 3 -H of>th4 !Wooddisea� letterer Coun^ and $2,932.13 creases William Oldham, bank man- started ^by: friends i wpi-i ridfe^r r lit. or should we , , mountains, tiirhinflVitfitfr^v; nto miniature Imi U was al^that was neeaea to to send the riyf^pver >^rite f(o?d ittpry tP recall. On tr^is swnny St; itrick'sJday: and .the Curwensvilte Oar^ an dssur-a nee that it will never happen again, we. vyonaer how many of them will be remembered? ! t f""A m t4im fit R-\,i-v-" '�IK' f-^ U0k SB! bids itb n V �Av:.'3'''''-;,vt;f' ))615^0.rAn^$899?bid^was awarded "-..Hi ^ Durgn, remains uncnangea. ^lisjs^t^por^d^e^ios condition but "is hblding his *^rJ. .V:jii - v,7> p-j^TL : r "^"iV ^> : 'The Re.v. Mr. Butler, 47-year Methodist Church, received head injuries Saturday in an auto; mobile accident hear Luthersr burg;:- HeS Svis transferred-to Pi|Ubu^ from7the Maple Aver iiueVHospital KtfDuBois Saturday night. ": --&1^\:^
0 irl's the first quarter of 1965, and Almost equal to the $1.8 miDion The child who has; been a paT "fojthe sliort span of a few 4 j p ^ ; Please Tii^n tpl^^i^ Col. 2 I >; Please Turn to Page 11, Colv8 Classified Ads ........ 20, 21 Comics ... ..... 23 News From Around World 11 Sports............ 16, 17 Obituaries ...............8 Hospital News............9 Editorial, Columns ...... 4 ress Social News ......3^ 13, 24 Tax News ..,.-/fc.....2 Weather News t. .... S Sunday School Lesson'... .6 State News Briefs ....... 14 AP Special Report...... 22 Area Servicemen ........ 7 7 - e ^ m j *7 * r. 1, 4.^^^ril * ^ h j "4 ti F 4l n^'ri V, �8 s have ^^^I^I^^TOfe^ UntU^Tuesday, we didn't ruinprp^l|it||4e^groj|s^wer^ Tuesday, after a routine ar- l#�Hican anil ;Wst near Jordan High ScKool in jotoerS white businessman^ out: of; Watts, center of Los Angeles' exicans|eem�Jle^e| flower, across an arda already y d^iuch about * Petwein 3:30 p.mv,lwhen r?st i;^^i^ttt are: Cathy^ Diifton, David Rusty Miller, Debbie Mkrilyn Undercbfler, h li Glass, Lewis, Sharon adue, Curwensville, High 12th; Francis Merat, iOtH||Jere GU-more 12th, Kath^Baum, ;
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