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Williamsport Sun-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 1, 1956, Williamsport, Pennsylvania The News Insice Local shim 4 Nixon and 4 day wtek Fajji b 'Andy' winnei 1 afce H 'iork F HM 1' Dodgers repeat I'age n WILLIAMSPORT SUN-GAZETTE n f n -i t o n a I N e w s S e r v e The Weather J AP Hews and Sports Wires Associated Press W.rcphoto n f e i m t o n a 1 News S e r Enterprise Assoc a t L0 n 6 H D 1 1 Tj'ifS Stsgie Copy 3rhisi Crasies ai LONDON -g r-ge t aircraft in the world BnN am s Vulcan ret bomb- er crashed and exploded at London airport tedav as it returned from a 26 000 mile overseas flight BntaTrrs1 ace bomber rhief Sir Harry Eroadhurst was one of two men who miraculously suruved the crash of the giant four-engined ulcan In near zero conditions Broadhurst and the pilot Squad tin Leader Donald1 R, Howard escaped at low try means of their ejector seats as the hornbet plunged to the ground and ex plnded Broadhurst. who is comroandei in chief of the Roval Forre bomber command sufftiud an in (See P-2 Col 6 JET) Thievery of Inflation Tolerated by Democrats: Ue s 02 C x la lean Tiuth f J si cUs toi ,1 M. s pxitederi fi Kail t Mund' s uh ,ks 4S and tud U I1'nn i htadi, a ftui n .n P.hull ,Uvanias qu, ta ,S A Bit Confusing this Montournville fam.b households must two Clocks m mmd if the breadwinner works on DaU.eht nR Time and th, children report to classes on Standard Time The time charges took place o.er the wi.kend Men tounvdlr Picture Rod" and the MontKom, rv s, hoo st7m Here, Ne.l O Meckle> who a, the B< thlrh, m steel plant pvuvvs the problem u.th his sons 11 (in front) and John 7._________________ ill thi t .IHII' l'i bo AK.n P Bush ,nd tf -r- -m f, iM to
1 It sit II "i M I n uf M nit, n M 111 nr.i.. _ _ and admitud f r fmth.r ihse meatmen. P ,1 e said at lht nan l hi, h 4_ s i h w 1 1) IIS f> ,d tl HSt IIP 11 n n rt w 11 1 The side I th lion irm Kaufman reieised risible nhira.. and nish-d i i Vh Juips acutfot.hiari ani u is Rishel'faie and ad tuts iv i ii K P n to (he Aicordinfi to Trout er Hajold H-ivht Compared with the same data Kaufman ran >U .v._ nr.mdent side it the the Cards drew _. J H R DiiUppomtpd Tommy Richardson, league pres Ident saui at his office here that he was disappointed in the actions the St Louis organization__ Consideriftg the bad weather we -had all season AHentowns. draw of 75000 wasnt bad at all Atbanv and Syracuse didn t draw 60000 yet fhey are remam- ,leaK' ,on si told i thi Despite this the stands seven higher than dny period last >eai Offsetting last months go d news in freedom from fatali i et. is the 11 damage caused b> accfttents S7Q rtt an all-time high That figure brings the y.ai s damage total ,o WOT 915 rise past the mrh thna the Of bei s cit> toll year, for all 1956 accident oi Lycorning pohat and 6L Is statt and ai- poli e F n l> mm i t snn s were -huit -1 tn t f. a i lwK anri ot hei in nil msh i! s T he hiKh n roiri of m luriiri VI 16" m th Ajei rta-nige was J. 1 ll'l r i police id Acfctdents More Than M55 ,AND 7 MORE DEATHS HAVE OCCURRED AL fhe right side if the fn, 3-0 f-et stuck the cement, bridge on the side with (he HBht. s-ide of the IHH m.del stdin The ke a t -nent it' >n off the hiidM? ,nu the area Th< m VV ail mi bos mt. in is-'uif an )n bv pi i damage to Crash t ndorpai" William 1- of wh I DI I ORl srl r i r a nd I C I I r E F DI See OR4 At K EDITORIAL S "ME A3 C. AlEA ThlS and confidence m and around __ f have an air of confident that Greater of something big the. all of us Al have been sludymg and thmk.ng this that jn Ih- Wa have found there i. .orn.ihinB to .1 and that xt 11 based on s solid ioundalion ,10 to 15 years thu foundation has been under e a. Vi tr t t u noticed broad, strong wall Increased Actu ity ____ After a summer doldrum, we see dutnc. come alive w.th activity We drive o -nd and are ama.ed by rhe extensive building .hroujh out ,he Greater Wilhamsport area We hear reports about likely industrial and business expansion To put your finger on any one thing causing this surge impossible Rather our study shows 4. the result of a of actwmes and with vision and force ,o carry them ou, over the pas, daeftd. or to they were done but are now faH.hg a rela.ed pa.tern for greater thirigs to come The development of this commuftity brcrcnjhr about by ,he kings of an earlier a but the ,ob be.ng accomplished by this generation is equally .m portant Many Good Reasons As we analyze the ioi ihn new feeling cne of ,he ,..m. that cores ,o mind our wa.er system. We lake it for granted Unless we pause to reel... lha, m recent been added Urge newhnes_ L, been placed across ,he river and many other ,m provemen.s made Because of our constant supply we do no, appreciate we haV. a practically unlimited volume of pur, water a. our doorsteps We may even have forgotten we are acquiring- system a. a ve.y low interest cos, Sure we have fussed abou, the con oi bul on the other hand the system we have s siqn of modern community have moved Irom the pnnu. day, of dumping our untreated vlo open 1 hslf so ruling o ithouse loileti'lrorn ouT proper. I, wa, oily thfi n Iflriv ,hrouah ou, business H Mr c. h we hav. R0 ieai of that today Dike, prolec. a arge area and for mer atlracuve well kept s ate paik fo family o "9s i (iriual observes other ex.ennve comr .nt recently Vv uliamspor, ,s a city does tt ngs to ,ti young p-opl- I' c ty -ha, b'uto tor ,h. while mam.a.mng a good the present i. Youth f'rogram 'then he on to po.rvt out good to eiiom to encourage people in hea'thy ac ivities such as golf tennis archery baseb.1 and ,0 iorth In addition be Tenunded ol the year commumty dances for young people the steady growth oi Handy Havsn Snd the way men %nd women worked to secure the new and imer quarter, ,n a Action of ihe YMCA building He Spoke of the eXtens.ve youth at both the YMCA and the YWCA the com support has been gfven the Scouts and Boy Scouts and their excellent camps Ha cor eluded by pr.is.ng the expanded you.hjxog am w h mos o r-e- churches The Junior Chamber of Comme'ce Has w de spread support because ,t s viewed as .he tra 9 ound of community serMce io- young men The gtowth of baseba'l a. d soi.ba i e leaq e on up and .he support o, the Sunday School bask.to.ll program w th s more -ha, bO .earns a e o, a derwuphold ng he (act that amsport does 3s o, ,t. young people now a special group s Jv 9 ways and means sw m, noo s to supplemen' .he na.ural swimm ng faoili. el; tt-aa a know As br ght as our ndus- a' ptctu e not con That S700000 given to 'he mdus A d Dy e people and ot the area early s year si ows oir determ.najion to mov, ahead The 6W "dus in West Wi'hamspor, with Us w de eri ot Uc es s n the Dudalng stage aid wra, a emen dous potent a t has I, stead of finding lafl't w th ousel.es i s ,m. to do some boasting aJaaul our area Se a, a Ys s a-d criticism .re necessary but let also op? ec a e He oe ei side of our community H Good Location As a community we are ,r ar dea -cat on a, a g a' Ihn Chamber ol Comme-ce -r-sps so q CK y slows ,V a 200 m e rad, ,s o' W a-soo, a e a n.ropolta cities o' ea v.H ne "e _-_ .ot, of the g ertles i a ji i sb a d recreational acliM'Y "e d to reai ze- H a Hay De a r mil Di s o c p s A S sve i a'u a wea "8 J Mo e tv ai ''i >9 Probaby sgnoiagood 'o developm.t the v ew through the ayes of a P M ,y Even a quick look ca, n .t e ut. es Hamspo. s on the e g ea e he Pennsylvania Powe I 1 b, s og new power plant just >o .r( o a d has ptov ded tremendous so ces o i tll ie THe "ffStT Telephone Compa. y es B R I i it a P i es to PS' also have se vel to p oV -saiimer months O- dea o a h gh peTcentage ol oar n It we oi d sea q e.e. v i hu.ai Ci. d st c e PI i sn nv e. see r l m 11 e nprertiai e o( b 1 nqi ren r re ao e 1 t s hr q Ii. e giori ly may I in rtnlnbit c n lj-nxigh I i wn Its wp l P1H Y i e I" 1 M r- l '1I ill i p q P w I n M I- 1 n A oca n m, we 1 n cr n Y a al overran to n v. 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