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"; I � 4      >y .        k. r  4 'I 1-Ke:v^     VfeSW^^ IV' letter MM -?5 t as contentedly :a� an o a; o d man who ^ .11* 7    m- f '1% It-t ,4 itT .Si �3 4T j 1     "1h MM ^tvay this mor � "     r      * ex last Friday while on be if ti^es. Le1^ll%^ t>\ -   j -  f." p | * e letter wds sighed. F -�    ? � . f in case II -,vs!:   \-� .;:?�bleei>66inf1 over, the1 tl wide s�|les ; ed ^new>; lye got to Another �T,i  ft1 tidn.wfiich.is ;McMlister^OTce^cna] see fj4P." 7 '        �* ond clear. If things here didn't work out as we; M hoped and planned/ let's be together that did - OK? "Our lives have been pretty good think and I know for sure, as far as 'rh *l.jp^ 4 4V >- r" ik A.  -* w J T       *4 fff.f^i ft! .�1",- ti*vthe be one^ prizes minded area shop-,WffiK^irS%ffl1be Announced TT*.- i- -^f1* .uj;. -      >f; -IrFi i i a L 4 f   grave : Saf 'No one asked himrto do it1; He usf   ------- wanted to," said his >->_ p- is MP &2 IMlSpeciar values oh all-new-for- �m'-K    " h   1 J - ' /.V spring and Easter merchandise; x     i        * 41 u  ^      H p  F* r i ^ 1 * i ..'A Ma 1    1 j * 1     - r "      >  f-, �A* fit II 1u' "41 ,       j       �     j     �    1       � m await area shoppers during thisfe |llnree-day March sales promo-I Ilonl Prices have been slashed I ii�^ide^varietyIo�::;merchan-] ffl 5 dise in order to give customers;? f~ ^       4i 'F * -4. 4- J ^ � - T       ] lr+ (. 1 ^-1 *    * M '      "        7        I V1 }        1 4- T4i i      *   w ^    _     L_ .r. 1 ^ 1 r       � 1^ Si T4-     " r      � no matter wnat tli^ii*. interests) more for their dollar during' Economy Days. 1 - \4h"i       j ��    r      - hi , 1 - 1  * if' �ft UK v3\ :^a r     If Johnson eoei at'?.- >,  .Clearfield merchants MllSilSaS^^ Easter l|Wa^SlWise^asSeo tit 41 x ---? > _^ -  -   h V were^ \ 'l._- j 4J 4. . 1*^4 ^ i V 4  / l 1 L 3S� ^ 1 *. til 5ra T     j   " * p h 1^ ^4 1     - it of Saigon irom ^the,>W^iterri^l^r ' ITS j  -41* *   -       1 iffi ^4T*J^i r     4- �. -     4*" I II �eK\orwfalli aren it0S^"A Mm**** if 1** v. *   r    r thought of ufton Hardware Co.; 'f h- 8 in "-: --.   is ai *     ' j,.    1^    f r 1    L 1 A'. r-j V L -  wiUlpMittlflor -�"W^Jers details on the 1^ ^BK. r^' I1? if' fife* fieir .,   r* 4-. 1 �4:p  / of ^Medicare information meet- clared ft l      ^ ftoaay^ifor f-�  ^ i 5s 111 r," . in the ii   + 11 _5 ^C"1 ^    l r SMS I?aul mum married!: outside that Erin) glow Mr. Kane-had lei t his strings ^imi �� j j changed?, all the blabs^to sweeping Saigon it ^Communists - 'i six tons trained^ J1 irice ii ^ COIUfI1 t-1    -"^ F1 e �1' '[-if 5 8 ^tpHJ?j tit SB 1-.; �* it m �'     4 "1 Via 1 3'^ to ft* i at: r.iT+i m ml -f j .*Vs  *4* �i    ^r    mT_    T        r� j _*r- testes^ 1$ Lvid^niecial^e 'i     ^ ^     "L 1.' 1       - and Klausei ^^WiP,n,n,rraB5l!;om,nia^ 4r/ 4. + 1 1 .1     t irr "l v 4r    r * 4  ^ �4 ^ ^ *f j    * *     F 4-    i     F Approval of federal funds to for! comprehensive base maps ofllClearfieid ^rBorough>; SWiJar suweys yriU follow in Lawrence v^mtm 75 per cent of the cow b� the;com wnreceived ^ust^yeaterday^by:. thefjoihj; planningicommission! aiwl' the twa: / municipal bodie? wh|h sponsor it,, Clearfield Bbfbiigh Council and the Law-: rente Township Bdard of Super: Total pr^e^MifiMt lor a -two*;. trict elimination win this year's Progress   Spelling   Bee   was when George Hall, 13-year-old eighth grader, finished first in afield of 24jspfellers^v^^f^    : Four,of the,six eliminations and persons of other^bt m&&istia^iiiti^iffim?/-^ Lift 'the -pCTalty ^ exepm-muriicratioh for Catholics^ \vho marry before a  non-Catholic r    � 1 *�  p? F 1 Showers or a few than teen-age:boys died today as a predawn fire trapped a doz^nf boys, age 11, to, 14, and their minister, both in ^future and I vhbusemother on the second flooi^ retrbacttveiyfbfcb^ mostly c I o ii d y with d chance of q|ev^; snow flurries. * ' � r Home for Children. f r t i- -F -�/ Wipe out the requirement that a non-C^tholic make written promised to have children baptized and educated as Cath- t    f Three boys, the, housemother %ts for Ihe ^fi�N�^;! � < Please Turn to "Pa�e. 6, Col. 4 F3S 1^1 '1' ;sembled mi Da#angptoi^* rally oyer 3 T-^-F-   - t^*4' j s -wji^^A.v^vyi nvavrxt ^ While; the Viet;^ doilg mostly stayed out ofrthe^way, of the troops on the effensive, they were active on. the terrorist front. '.'V,V.  i . .__% - Only�.^^st0|te�^aU^ the striictute remained standing.^ t |||||ni 4 i   ^ 1^ ^1 p '    F Bee at ClearfieldJApril 14 have been won by boys, which is a debar ture>fr6^^ r fi ^     >      * uplin^the two ^liminition^ j^n^ t feet li in [ i i V n^r^*   f}-'/\-   � Rjfewe ^�ke *,Gol;7 1 fc^iF^^FlMiiBII^B^^Pi^^P^***^^-"^"^    . Clearfield Rlvtr Uvel rsday 7 p. rh. (falling). 7 a. d    j1 A* 'p 1 * y uopi. Wants f       � ""    i * HARR1SBURG (AP) - IV St^te Highways Department is pressing the Appalachia Com-niiaWi&n to includem$and 22b!in its long-range program. IcreUiry of MlgKWays Mniy defeated Janbt Watson, also 13 and an eighth grader, )n the final spelidown' yesterday, winning oii the words MCopious" and "Sanction/* Janet is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Wilson of Pine Glen. Otfiers   qualifying  for   the 1 n Please Turn to Page 6, Col, 3 'p- -.j1 :to station wagons that;collided atj5:2p p. m;yesterday^ Route 322 ijear Golden Rod j Farms. "State police sai^^tKai James D. Searson, 64, of 108 Pauline Drive, stopped in preparation to making a left turn into Golden Rod Farms. The station wagon traveling behind him and driven by Robert B. Dixon, 44, of West Decatur R. D. 1, was unable to get stopped in tim4 and hit the rear o| the Searson car. "Pojifee -/^id. abqiipthat $000 damage was caused'to Mr. Dix^ on *s station wagon and about $200 to Mr. Searson's. Overnight low 34. 53. Mid . State Airport Thursday low 21; High Overnight low 31. Contract Awarded    f i se "i:*-- W'r* I'W^lW^'^^*^^ , March, ac nf hk fipnartmenf ar^ 1 Tar TrOIAcf Of Uflin     VI   . - pv lT cast y t now meeting with the commis-sifM in an effort to secure fed- eril approval to include the ropes in the Appalachian sys- .: V; Some, of the boys who ^got out ;^W"r^B I did ^ to; juiiipibg^fr^ :^kiiL^^:. floor windpw$.;TheHhouse moth er-Miss ^Aiondad Bakery r23^ % ^ sand- two^sfhoys^were^brdught1 down from ^orch}roof by lad-jtters, firenieii^id^^ ^Battalion Chief George Lieb v, y ^.i ^ � > � Please Turn to Page 6, Col. 6 average; aboqt .  ten to 14 degrees above SS^^^M        r1'' hsr^ I Submits Low Bid which will iriclude construction Pn Inch malted 01 showers, ^of an; assistant :dam tender's   probably mixed with snow garage  and  shop   flprries Saturday and ear- lie .ttiit federal approval of thiifehHtll^gcdthe;adniin^ Hon "to do everyUUng pos- in the months ahead:"; e only major .norlh-sput average v1 . I resjaence,.garage - and  shop   flprrieji Saturc HARRISBURG (AP) - The Department of Forests and Waters Thursday said Peter GearT" hart of Clearfield has submitted-the unofficial low bid of $7,170 for rental of equipment at the Utile Juniata-Tipton Run stream clearance project in Antis Twp., r Osceola Mills R. D. Brothers 20 Miles Apart in Viet Nam h       t .+       4 Blaii;;, Cpunty, l    J OSCEOLA MILLS~T\vo sons of Mr. hnd Mrs. Ben Jarrett of - Center, Osceola Mills R;D.; are stationed 20 miles apart in Viet Nam. Both aris in the* Army. ; Chief Warren Officer Walter J.cJarrett, who has 21 years of service, is stationed at Saigon with the 79th Ordinance Bal lalion. He has been in Viet Nam since November. |pecl|UsU Darwin Jarrtttl. IVho has four years of service itelhe' National: Guard a ntd, yarrjved in Vict Nam iri Jaiiu^'^knd;'.^ stationed 20 miles from Saigon as a radio operator with the 7th ArUnery^: 1st-Battalion. renter?* last-flighb a^ �al Registration^ tbridUct^ ait Ghes. ter::Hai,;,Ciit.wensviIle and JCyr; lerbwii.^ publicans, 45 Democrats and ^o ^liitep^idents� V;,�'.     ^. Twenty-^our others, meait while, tbbH the opportunity. to change; their party affiliation; 20 from Democrat to Republican and four from Republican to Democrat. - The biggest turnout was at j p r l   > Negotiations y esttrdayii by Please Turn to Page 6, Col. 8 r' 1* CO ALPORT - Dr. Still,' above; assistant acidem%affairs at CI a r i,on speaker at the inter-city dinner to be held in the Moose ball-mm fiew Tue/5)dky at6:30 p.m. A native pf Ohio; Dr. Sliil has been a teacher fpr the t>ast 27 years. He earned his bache^ Please Turn to Page 6, Col. 7 JOHNSTOWN, Pa.  (AP) Two Johnstown men will be changed today Avith Violating the ^federal bank robbery, act in the armed robbery ">'tliiirwiy:- of a U,S. National 'B.Siik ;^;,vj6KhaT tcwyn branch offi^ep- ; V ^Police said the pair,[Theodore A. Swanson, 2% and 'Ronald Webb, 20, took $5,752.from the S� Michati branch officer Both �are being. he!4 without bond i(i PHUjIPSBURG w^e completed Walter Rusch,for * divisl#iof^ the; George A; Floh^ Bbokfe: ing Co. of CiiicinnaU, OMo, to lease the first floor of the-fon mer Morningstar Baking Co. building effective April L Bernard A. Navasky, president of Philipsburg Industrial Associates (PIA),- owner-of" the building on North Front Street, said that the, bookbinding ,f&m has rclggen bc^otiatiiig^ AvUhSPIA lor - the past year on the ieiise. ^e firm is expected to start ^L^i!^ 15 The building ;yas last occupied by the DetNol Bookbinding' Co: and then; by the Mid-State Binding: Co(M tbe� same management operating under a different name. The plant was closed i. Ownership of; the buUding was acquh;ed^^;^gr�up; ^ \mimm^^m^im to � >t- j^4- r j   m. p f I ,-. �1 J T  f 1      e -X'-' i b 1- 1 j      f J i. F '  F /        "4 H   T xx^xx^^px ;xx^tmixxin:^ � b-   j �= XX-: XXXXxy 'x.y:XXXX:iXmm^B$   

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