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Clearfield Progress Newspaper Archives Apr 3 1965, Page 1

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Progress, The (Newspaper) - April 3, 1965, Clearfield, PennsylvaniaOday s Chuck to to that ing will our a lot of our troubles no one behoves it. Talking san Rcd most of i hem in the Fust a incr. The Progress Reader s tip a look at a hymn. Reid it seems to me on Page 4. Vol. 59 no. 80 our 55th year Clearfield Curwensville Philipsburg Moshannon Valley pa., saturday april 3, 1965 copies daily 28 pages today communist migs jump u. S. Planes Marks first use of red aircraft in Viet Nam War Al cur Wens Tiffe Grampian Homes cars hit by bricks Curwensville bricks and a Hammer were used last night and this morning in the latest acts of destruction in connection with the Clearfield cheese co. Sitiko. State police and a company spokesman reported these incidents at the Arthur Penti residence sixth Street Gram Pian a thrown Brick damaged the aluminium siding and another Brick broke a window. I. Pentz a Plant employee told police he saw a Man on or. King assailed for plan Many in Alabama believe Boycott will Hurt relations by Rex Thomas Montgomery Ala. A Many of Alabama s leading brim newsmen and legislators by live or. Martin Luther King s economic Boycott of his state will Only Hurt racial rela if the Boycott should by successful it can serve no other purpose than to Worsen race relations in the state

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