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Progress, The (Newspaper) - September 2, 1966, Clearfield, Pennsylvania A ft x. tanfor's Tip pl.n brand of Ptfe Lists Programs Needed in Pennsylvania By WIUIAM F. LCI On the eve of h" Staff Writer at a Countv 7 w meaaviHe tomorrow mnir. v-wun'y visit preceding the kickoff u- ---------._______ Trow, spoke to and Kle." ?f campaign "Pub- al Guard Ti D By HAROLD DAYTON. Ohio (JBfSbout the West National Guard trooos ingl Boning buses and trolled the city's sealeSf Ne" brrefaking store windows, gro section today where a de- MH. i first outbreak of struction Spree by bands wwQfjfg Red Timetable CUUCK The disturbances w p r UVT -r': The disorders broke out minutes after Lester Mitchell inff ud morn- ing by a shotgun blast as swept the in front of hls home He succumbed to head wounds 18 hours later Md Witnesses said the shots were fcred by three white men In I S ops ion the state, although unem southward push.' This assessment has been reached in Washington after a reading tte full text rf delivered in ------__j stating his flow to try to hrino- Peace to Southeast Asia regarded here as having added nothing to his policy 3SK ssxisyi De Gaulle said peace negotia- lTSHWOUld have to Depend on U'S" -wfthin troops )fuitable and definue This proposal was branded as and unac- ceptable because De GauiiP Curwensville School Board To Elect Directors at Large City were the disorder was centered.' Is largely rundown section hrough which thousands ftf workers must travel on their rn Some buses carrying white workers duringth! iress By ROBERT TUCKMAN ViCt Pnr fllg0tS Of U S. Air iKTW CUt the no'-'hwest raj Hanoi Red China m 10 piaces Thursday, a announced, but srs n.-. Pennsylva- nia has reported the last 66 SP w shoot- ing up. We're not making the SSKf- in thte state we snould in relation to the of the nation." He called the solution of economic an absolute must" as far as Je programming of PeansylV ma's fu ure is tnis will be one of my Prime programs." Shapp also said Pennsylvania is lagging behind the rest of the United States in the field of education. Speaking of his all Proved, the board would nave had to submit it to the court. However, the vote was unani- eleet a" sch001 at large, and so the for months'is :ic commit- A jury of five women and seven men went out after noon today to arrive at a verdict in a CIV.T brought News Prom Around World Sports lfl Obituaries Hospital News f Editorial, Columns 4 Social News Today in History Church News I The Shape of WaJra7e Gets New Weapon Legislative Bill Will Help Governor My Integration n__ Assistant Engineer Hired at Clearfield; Monthly Salary is Williams of Clenrfi.u ..._. D oroderick Set '0' band will be seated rather PITTSBURGH (AP) _ Court directed to Smithmill Bay Struck by Cor, Hosoitalized (AP) Wallace. bent on challenge of US. au- a new weapon from Visit Tuesday the Re- Beightol. The hiring of Mr as his assistant for a probation. gi-aawtS Ss br bill forbidding citv anrf The me price increases. Pmsburgh and Allegheny ty, and vacated a stay order nf Justice Michael A. Musmanno Was no opin- ion. Musmanno filed a dissent- ins opinion. Justice Musmanno on Wednes- Saturl at least saturdav increased year-old boy car and a struck by ran into Turn to Page 2, Col. 3 Cambodia Ask Evacuation of Smithmill is Ph fairu condltion today in the Phihpsburg State General Hos ,where "e was taken by ambulance last night after he ran the road (Route 857) in front of his home. He ran with "au ana whethe- they Had any apparent authontv that MSndigX'S. will axternoon hire an eJSfeer It TWe to Bpend remainder W50 S Cer at "lary of of the afternoon meeting voters "tt Apprecwtion" dinner given m the New Dimeling Hotri Please Turn to Page 6, Col. 4 He had slated a hearing for Saturday t. take further In vacating Justice Musman- no s action, the full court also canceled the hearing ill. The a down payment of also claims that it To Slow Down Business Activity reconven tnrt wouse c" Hotel for engineer...... assistant j tflC Coiifl" Qf tfl ft not hf lon Pould ty RePublican Committee The council aujQeijngg measure wae onarrer and ed to -v ..cxpect' Please Turn tion to have -a 5 Charies Weekend special session called -her prices for milk as soon as stores post them. Justice Musmanno had halted the prices on the basis of a Jomt Petition by the city of at 3 40 p m I' s: ss ap the federal Progress will not sail to steel cables underneath -i t call Stores H..I, ,h. K..., to Page 2, Col 6 beneath the bndje path by James "Despite h have the offices and ae wi l tomorrow and Mon CheesePlanf Open House Sef Wednesday CURWK'ivrcxrtT i T, Turn to Page 6, Col. 5 Please Turn differences ___ and still VJsion and she it is es- see t." intervention Tnere a civil 2, Col. 7 was unable to -ehmg vehicle carwa.n'f injunes- The tar was not damaged and dam age to the motorcycle was set A silent alarm was sounded call J 3S flremen called to extinguish a blazp caused by a burnt roast on the n e W3S to heavy uiwde the house 1 lost Summer Fling Ready will ciose at 4 T J and remam Tuesday. Court cw case has been concluded will prevail s s p. m. and Please Turn to Page 6, Col 2 weathe-- the Mostly fair and warm fo- night and Saturday. Low tonight in the 50s and low 60s. Sunrise Clearfield River Level Thursday 7 p. m. 4.70 teet Today 7 a m. 4.65 feet Cleorfield Weather Thuriday low 60; High 86; Overnight low 62. Mid State Airport Thursday low 53; High 83; Overnight low 54. Five Day Forecast for Sept. 3-7: Tempera- Hires will overage neor the nermol of 75 to 80 and lows of 56 to 57. Showers averaging around one-half inch and turning cooler about the of next week. and boatmg 30 20 Clearfield of the Uniicd the company's 25 vcar compel, ,o Park Among other activitie, at Dnvinit Park on Mondiy oh.ckon barbecue of To Report IB at the Please Turn to I'agc 6, Col.
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