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Clearfield Progress (Newspaper) - April 6, 2015, Clearfield, Pennsylvania The Progress vol. 109 no. 081 our 102nd year Clearfield Curwensville Philipsburg Moshannon Valley pa., monday april 6, 2015 75 cents 14 pages a Ball thu Clearfield admission open iious1 saturday april 25th registration begins at 8 45 . I my a Small classes a affordable education a close to Home a personalized attention meet our faculty and learn about financial us Register online at in up. Edu Clearfield or Call 814.768.3405in today a headlines nuclear pact results has High stakes for Clinton a turn to Page 6 Iran a new Challenge win Over sunnis a turn to Page 6 the Progress news dept Clearfield 206 e. Locust st., 765-7813 . 7 . 4 . Philipsburg 109 n. Front st., 342-4763 . 7 . 2 . Curwensville 460 state st., 236-3468 ., 7 30 . 3 30 . Check us out online at inside today birthdays 2 classifieds 10-1 comics 13 dear Abby 14 editorials columns 4 Heloise 14 lottery 12 news in Brief 3 obituaries 12 police 5 sports 7-9 Obama defends Iran Deal Washington a president Barack Obama staunchly defended a framework nuclear agreement with Iran As a a once in a lifetime Opportunity to prevent a bomb and bring longer term stability to the Middle East. He insisted the . Would stand by Israel if it were to come under attack but acknowledged that his Pursuit of diplomacy with Tehran has caused Strain with the close ally. A a it a been a hard period a Obama said in a weekend interview with Thomas Friedman a columnist for the new York times published sunday. He added that it is a personally difficult for him to near his administration accused of not looking out for israelis interests. Now in his seventh year in office Obama cast the Iran talks As part of a broader foreign pol icy doctrine that sees american Power As a safeguard that gives him the ability to take calculated risks. A we Are powerful enough to be Able to test these propositions without putting ourselves at risk a he said citing Bis overtures to Cuba and Myanmar As other examples of his approach. The presidents comments come Days after the . And other world Powers reached a tentative agreement to curb Iran a nuclear program in Exchange for sanctions Relief. The framework cleared the Way for negotiators to Hammer out technical details ahead of a june 30 deadline for a final Deal. Obama argued that successful turn to Page i col. 4grandstand fair acts at a press conference this morning at the Clearfield county fair office the grandstand entertainment for this years fair was announced. The lineup is As follows tuesday the guess who Al Stewart firewall and Orleans. Wednesday theory of a Deadman. Friday Little big town with David Nail and Ashley Monroe. Saturday under the Sun tour featuring sugar Ray Uncle Kracker eve 6 and better than Ezra. Other events Are As follows the annual Parade will step off on monday night on thursday the full pull productions truck pull will be held and on saturday the Bax bicycle stunt show will be held in the afternoon. A full Story on the fair acts will run in tomorrow s Progress. This year s 155th fair runs August 3-8. August 2 will be the preview Day. Shown at the press conference Are from left Brenda Morgan Greg Hallstrom and Dave Franson. Photo by Josh Woods Dubois Man Dies in Accident Dubois a Dubois Man died on easter morning in a sin Gle vehicle crash in Huston township Clearfield county according to Clearfield county Coroner Mike Morris Robert Quetot 55, of Dubois died in the crash. Morris said the crash occurred in the 9800 Block of Bennetts Valley Highway when the vehicle overturned several times ejecting Quetot from the vehicle. He was pronounced dead at the scene. The cause of death was Blunt Force trauma the Accident occurred at about 11 15 . According to Morris firelight ers from Penfield and Sabula fire companies and Bennetts Valley ambulance were on scene As Well As Dubois state police at Altoona easter Vigil mass. Gun accidentally fires Man grazed Altoona it a police and the District attorney Are reviewing whether charges will be filed against a Man whose gun Acci dentally fired during an easter Vigil mass in Central Pennsylvania Altoona police Arentt identify ing the Man who was grazed by the Bullet about 11 . Saturday at the Cathedral of the blessed sacrament. Officer Christy Heck says the guns safety apparently was not on when the Man stood up from kneeling causing the gun to Snag on his pants and fire. The Man has a License for the gun and was carrying it legally. Sgt Marshall Worling says police and the Blair county Dis Triet attorneys Oil ice Are con suiting to determine what it any charges the Man will la the gunshot occurred about 15 minutes before the end of mass. The Bullet lodged in tin churches tile floor sports Spring projects a several area athletes compete in senior madness All Star game at West Branch Page 7 a Mason makes 46 saves As flyers defeat penguins 4-1 let a 7today s Outlook jad5 Boulb with the Winter now Over the Spring construction sen son is in full swing in Down town Clearfield with Sidra walk construction and tree removal on front Street and the Borough Crew doing repairs on third Street photos by jell Corcino 40 percent Chance of rain High around 60 for Complete weather forecast turn to Page 1 i

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