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   Williamsport Sun-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 19, 1962, Williamsport, Pennsylvania                               Everything's i i in Russia, Page 4. 161st Year. MB. 222 WILLIAMSPORT SUN-GAZETTE AP News and Sports Wires Associated Press Wirephato United Press International Newspaper Enterprise Association Single Copy 7  nrinW._ 4i nn P rtol-o f I or larvHclirto: i TM__ rnlnrnc nate -Tnhn P 47 of i np House group approved me rvt-iuiruy McCormack 3" Sa Ace V-ved lead a GOP lion by acclamation from Repub: fice in the Rockefeller landslide] Jh ,so are expected tb four years ago. nominated for naio. John .p Lomenzo. 47. of: The House group approved the Kennedy floor by tne same concussion On the. front porch roof on the Mclnty: was fight against a Democratic ticket. licans Tuesday night. KJC seeking a. somnd term, election, anri .Tnhn contest0'Xo __.. -i Kocnester. iormer Monroe County record cut Tuesday on the advice irom 1.988 precincts gave Konne- time or date has'been set for give the governor ''the fight of his'was 'he only candidate named at Queens, a State Supreme for comptroller, and Mar. of its foreign aid appropriations dy 559251 to 247.366 for McCor-.Sholder's hearing bWore City Cooni Rockeleller will be acclaimed frirst Rot-kc-justice, to run or associate judge.Jcus6Christ 62 of Hvde Park.isubcommittee., led by Rep. Otto mack. ril. although it is understood that Ha tonight a candidate lor re-election filer's other running mates were of the Court of Appeals. Jfpr thej court post Christ is a 'E. Passman, D-La., a- long-time The complete figures in the Re-fixing of a time can be determined in November during the final ses-lined UP for; nomination today. Besides Javits, in the State Supreme congressional critic of the pro- publican senatorial contest gave largely by him. He may be WM am several wlnds for ventilation sion of a harmonious state Another Democrat s e 1 e c d Lefkowite. -Republicans will ruh.Courfs appellate division. and as the ixplosion occurred.'Unvention here. Tuesday night is a Negro-thei Fireman Lloyd was blown The nrocratic convention, at jgram. be dow on the Mclntyre. side. The meeting, ended quietly in Syra- siaievvjae ouice in ivew.iurK. j blast knocked him against Tuesday night after the is Edward Dudley, 51. bor-i lection of prisoner-swlaf) law-jUHTough president .of Manhattan and Others Feel Blast Barnes B. Donovan to run former U.S. ambassador to Li-; Chief -Kinley said .xeyera) other U.S. Senate on a bcria. named to tun for" attorney firemen the concus- by Robert M. Mopirentnau, the 'general ..against Kepublicwi -sion but no one was .gubernatorial nprnlnee. __ incumbent, Louis J. Lefkpwjtf, a injured i been negoHat- Jeu. ing Prime Minister chief stated that the ex- for the release of could .have been from jayfeign prisoners. He .ajsri I'layed FUljng pcmocratic tick tmn irnurmn omoho IB (ne 'excniairrgc' arc Aiayor jonn J. jaurns, 41 OT-O- r-.O" c -s Go- "r o" 245.210 to .197.660 for Curtis, sented by an attorney at the city Nominate 'Blueblood' council hearing. The Democrats nominated a The recommendation was made To o d. .LONDON conference today  tatewide tScffe.t m. Sholder .was relieved from duty. Massachusetts two years ?r C -Trie communique capped a conference during leaders jireised the fear that British' eh- try might jeopa'rdize of the However, communique stressed tharme "final on wtetfter Britain should joini market "would rest Tuesday's the "British government." The communique a when he'fan 'Unsucciesslfully lor .secrefiiry of rttinued on Page 12, Col. 8) -s GTON ites todays on the, -fiisloric bill which Leader to the six comrnpa-" mar-, Four teen-age_____ Muiilmia put tier- boys were arrested teT stealing 20 English-' Center garbage man wh6 ing his pickup in thjvjjiefghbor- He saw seepin-g from the called -for in the to Jihe first alarrji--at House approved it. afternoon 2. 3 'lance. At- Co. 7 beat' d summoned and' >Co. in (.UL IKI Her ooys were i0r stealing iuisanipbell, down or until afternoon because of the Ihtn many. Italy and detonating dynamrte. caps plus arijp given.-10-. build an narfnership hour 'and several mem- vital truck in days Dell Edler, with Cafnrnon Mar-hers said to speak wealth interests -setting the and throwing them intojyftle Pine and David. Euber, before UwT final roll call.' terms British 'entry. blasts killed -many Both placed p i> leaders ob- ojfi'cials sai-d. m the, .their parents, me i-rjMR-rves rowers felt" the weight of The four wefe DOiice bovs Prime ''Minister Harold Maemil- after a Jwo-day invesjigation, Mine B of the swiping tariff-cuttiAg and argument that British pros- EugentT Gephart, paid. a. weJ" r' start, were in and political, -'power de-ijlflufine on a fietd receipt: the field as on its 19, yytm pleaded beat' djjwlr President :er amendment 'amendment .brojigfit under con- and firemen! ere "mopnins up" and preparing The'-Senate competed action on i retunvra quarters. but proposed ,-aff In program, las bold -wew instrument of; ted action on ur decision could the unity of trie West, the of the cold waf and the n ou on an attac DelegateMjiKtoday's anfmal Lycomirig Sch_j Assn. conyeirtion begarrarriving at the at 3. this Iternoon. BusirosS" sessions, were of The Ryf -dist ChMfch, NJiffj rtsport resident. will 3.45 pm. one-daysession, pasjafof the Aldepsgato A lu aJion or 'more Acted Amendmen nothing on day jBfdehate Monday ate 'Foreign Relations and Armed; Doctrine and. the of; 'the down 'trixbifsinoss Services jjnanimouslyH947. under American! 'so it was'apprpveU today a agreejKJJvat an attack act on IJramendrnents. olarms the United wou" it ,il took if necessr.iy Com-on a" the-yctrr mxlo it, running aKSression -this (he Decjafation and 20xfninutps, .spiwe, MiriisteJwf'-of maifir water The .joints-resolution, of i rTwn theJjTfl in the Senate >rfd House are del .jlatrt riefeajtetl' hut none -ajmr-rrve in Cuba iiruptflais touched the signature with---''the >jor in the bill and Mjrfxist-Lenirifst include nutrftirity ro cut thf- assistance present- tariffs_50 JM'JV cent and the the a" completely new powr-r to e'limi- i a parked ing to Lee .yrSftortess. fish-, warden, would ligh drop the eg er. After Sn, dead fish apjreared. In some fish were, "blown apaftMiy the impact whilej. jin dead Surface. 'Authorirtes were aji er nine fish for to t hat one thing 1 exptesive also could causetf serious injury cSj-s handling, -it! with were Samuel State Rrthce Cpl. Garl B. tes at Benson, ,-Evancho, a 
                            

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