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   Williamsport Sun-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 11, 1961, Williamsport, Pennsylvania                               -itov Stores 6 WILLIAMSPORT SUN-GAZETTE AP News and Sports Wires AssoqiatecU.Prei.s VVijephoto United Press International Newspaper Enterprise A s s o i tj oji_ Warm and humid thowcn 01 ihundeishoweis today- tonighl and High today and SiturcHy 75 Low tonight 65 Low night 64 Yesterday s high 84-Ai, 1 18 Lail 79 S8 TSOti Single XTopv 7? Vfrihanisport ftr Friday U I9M 1-S Patjes Pally as Sdrs Matter Office f-6M.c: East Germany Acts to Stop Refugees Q M x of the 28 memBers oF school Tjbarcls making up the Wilhamspbrt Area Joint or- ganization Viere present at a meeting last night and "CbTFcT unanimously" to aclopt budget for '19bi-62 budgeF i _proposed- on MJiuul Mf VJ ducted a 12 member committee ho In all TJuaidh Tiia> luie. 1" Quoitims of each of the four wiii'L' .M uon could be taken and there was a m adopting the budget Next budgtt is broken the Williamsport Aiea down Williamsport -------Joint Schools open Iheir doors students will be leturnThj S03 Woodward 073 and 7 to theii tioin oninuing o summer va.ation The S69.650______ lieafifceraria Her, Tuesday bepT 5 "Trip roming lim- its twin-- luji> rung less than four weeks away jH-ill. be the first fnr npw km-1 grade Join- Carl G BrRlIN (UPH e the ern- tut. a blank to ukc unJix losed un-iisun  n uV Ki.PHI wpeks could hp subnet ya.ss _a n d I he flint lot K i Inch seas tint puacj came penalties foi the Constitution F, strpetluns halt Tftm i d Ih.il idiiilnKliatiuii luis cut hni k ron- l Cul I nl Illlll stMlP Hi.1 Ills Im l-l K 1 A liri- JF r last t if aking f mi ma n rlrridl mining inr ]rnr at (n, time it wiis (nnirflrL isiois and H %niimis- RTTn lilprt WIth Pat i ofs -f thcm their shouldcis Congress is about _ IK Fi TTu w I li i I KI in f in j( w s Tf issili s hi foi i Tl (i uld tjilunn S IMI I I n inn i S ipifili Mil and iiioMMfoi r nrijjib u s Ti inal i Klnu In lirr ami "Wi'sT'iii ti nrli rs sti trp Niillul'mt tJafrrd Ail H ft suii Ilu fff thrn shnip ot IVps n thi ISMIP Hi nriti it thitl TffTiiiis Ilu s WIK nli ill Kiiiilid.vs TJO liilliiin Alii n lnul n lunli lUallML, with I hi hill also i al I ti d nul- gunili'll rfs HITS rrrrt I Ann in r nt s md Ilu luj K todiu WHIL 5? Tf rnado beloie their in -time comes one rations followed closely a -rmrrr loi J'l it-itss In Uu uT in thp Thr passed hill Thurs- p S( naif passed" its Bill HiisuUnt Ki in meaxuic (amps n Him PHU nt Ihuisln h id Aniiiniin Ii Ttiliii nls null it d aimed hordi r p itrnrh-nj) liri ftttr rf i Knssinns IMII in f, m Ki MIK nn m- Ililil" IK MS Ihr' K i-I H' uifiii in i positions (i mi d In I i nlik( riont Kennedy is unaj. on and should his temporarily said it was not Jwntten to sumlai lefiisl terms agreement be-ot stgned as an official document bly next week and" tween irfpnt- remained an oral agieement the President' jtrat t ______ ask Johnson to take over til he recovers But if he should be stricken tho point where he coulda MSP .Tohn.son. the MPI CP subrommil the Senate in orhoaid uiixpr i ilu d uiimn- would IP! 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(its fioiu said I ilu 1 S 1 (ilin niTJiri mi ifuiTil ut Hi I tod- Cat. agreed to cpnsrfTt with Atty (rom his friend William get prison Jeims up to 20 Gen other ers who began as an assistant members before he general and then moved t top (0 cabinet general is the-President's brother Aninuii tin of (ninnuiMism and isliuisin iw lisi a I v, In i nkdown Disti n I spi til t Lnmd rc- tlu !1 Ihi in v) Ingiii st r MI Hit- In any ex ent tffe- chief competed" would _make_thc on thc 1ast weck prepai- when he would resume the acme oninion sunoortinc __ Pudency C Nineteen games two tourna- W.lhamspnrt Aup White House secretmi ni constitutional scholars that the-mCrrH sponsored by Little League 1 hai was the counl toda> as final Pierre. said the consulta- arrangement Baseball Inc wHT bntr m fion with Robert Kennedy and ____ members w ve Wi ___ might make tt im mce some disaster if-ld and a new foi teams e president to hold such ta ___Some politicians thought there JAAS-ltttlc about the gentleman s 'agreement between ffie the No 2 __man m the ernmenf They the question of whether "Tl vtw president could take over as presi step down again in the 13 to lr> agr >Aiiackel booked for Bowman Field i hi si in st hf AuiT 11 T sL and lweh( games uftTuding thf reg- p, fiMTttnatirms Aug' Hi S uilh game and actmn in-the asjXs Lilin _ loseis bracket will be plavetl ifv 1 foui the series The seniors 113 through nr sr. has neveT ___ __ __Ihe. Kennedy-Johnson Trgree- wijl_.hg eight trams in each J ent To gain bfTths in thf W W I t H-J of 1 I 71X s sours Fin sda> 22 f t rl S Minis will IK dlf mj, ,nwi HWi S.lunJ.v J, M  ik 'iiirlxiius vilfli -Ouinuis (iniinuirl mi HIM 'I v ____an I i ivi d mads IIIWIMI wis nl itpoited it funlthli mi n ILIMH hj, lotnilv j2l IJII t'il basis 1 h( distill t (inhiiKis Iv i thi M in wtlh lilt six niing ohimbia N< ,i Uu asli 11) Dixliul (Bilks C ai- Noi (haiup- i i ami fi7i77h s fin Sihuvlkilli Inidliik 'he otlu r dl (ill-, with 11 'I hi niaiMli iiani r which ill sTi thi dppaitnu lit in Hlli JIM il uas MK{ HKJ TliT -htl-Kl3i_fjr_ vi i iJistiiil nilltuii in This wiis in DisLi u t K in 1 i nil Im nk Dauphin "I i [aiiiiistii, 1 i banon and 1'criy C iiillUi s __ TTTe s uv Ihr 11 ilistiu Is I n ilu thici AUK 27- gttltl I'll ll'l ITJTT- I'md -j 9 V ngp in garrtr- lim-pt, was an- vriux UP Hi 'prHIUKffTTT hv lax ievc- "s -w4- -iu tor vLhu If lli'nse mil r sii it nanns KIISSIHM f is Am Ilk Ihf ALlii v n (ivi d IHI Ilu taig< st ad llu IHWS (.if WHI "j 1H lt n wnik in I n if t ipr f u n J-J-U'I _JinM fl .frs t.f cUlais ViR bfil bus- in Li iininv Wr hr In irixfWIOTifd Ull V was second with ID in si M i will win h lit I ni n liv Itonui Amin HH As pr r-s inalitu s il P ith I if mfani of ll ilv H said h< If rain inli rff K s n i Ang jjfi Woild thimpion- .il J p in and ton- i g inic dl Ki i rn r sh it hands a Russian f iviHirtn level luul flistrotKvd-JaM-'s w ill J..iu uJLic hn. toaUut, -hi. is si n I IJL s iftnonal in A serifs thar will bf-rTrfh n I' dny A'v' therf-v-jll [jiivtu arld j. of n nm-.K s Khiimluh t ju i m in r n I n imp t d if is ced On the ficst thtee d iys of j i rT lalf of flif h( ff trrat Lantani u.hi n Ilu N i Ih k (UPD- Fi i mcr President Han v man doubts the Russians sent man into orbit around the world Truman told newsmen Thurs and their pi pmier Nikita KhTusTi in the world Tiuman was in aridiess thp international conxen ti n of the Fraternal Order of Eagles He today for soui i The former president charged th-ii the Russians bioken e agiepment that was made at the Potsdam conference Opera Talks XEW YORK Opera of finals Tend tnusician There's gomq to be a national drive for seat belts in cars, ,-Experts say they H save 5 000 lives say one of the few. posiiive_jirrdings m safety tigation is seat belts One of the oldest facryis that law abiding dminq saves and lives too- Try n Veek Tn make 68 arresf- State Police Police 13 O III I si P I I" Illu" 'or IP- Ill rni, Biavii (ounH. In s( ond largrxt Acco-c fTC-nrjl ilJ.iui I my d I IMS w. if u'n'tid in Italj and AiiH 111 tudlkffl lit Idlnp to KuL tin houtinr'-d a-'wa ,-u v i ih, i snow jemoval rlu if .n ni w war Is scl (T I If aid Wfsttrn Ifddiis whn flnin that only million will di u i t ilkint, nonsi nsi thrpatpnert effort to seftTe -labor dispute and reinstate the Met s canceled season The "talks peal frnm Prpsidpnt Kenneds wpie being guided bv and citj mediators SPAPLRl 1 3 No Inspection............. 17 Miscellaneous 3 Traffic Light'....... Stop Sign.............. 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