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Clearfield Progress, The (Newspaper) - July 18, 1936, Clearfield, PennsylvaniaHwn t read it a you read the volume xxx the Clear Ilfeld Progress. Clearfield pa., saturday evening july in nine pennsylvanians die in crash five of one family wiped out four others in same party die bodies hurled into River 30 feet below All from Parrel Dundee mich., july nine persons were killed when the automobile in which they were in Loute to their Homes in Pennsylvania after a visit Here was struck by Ann Arbor Railroad passenger locomotive and bulled into the Raisin River to the victims were identified As or. Mcl Harry schuster of Farrell up and their three daughters and four members of another Farrell whose names were not learn id. The Schustern had been visiting Visith schuster s brother Carl. The car a Large. 4-door Sedan was dragged about 75 feet to a narrow trestle were it smashed into a Gir Der and fell into the River. The bodies of the victims fell 30 feet from the Bridge into shallow water French submarine fails to Call shots and shells Riviera town of Nike Nice France july French submarine acc Dently shelled the French Riviera resort town of same Maxime last night while try ing to sink a burning yacht at sea. Two of the shells landed in the Vil Lage. One of them hit a saw Mill causing considerable damage. Several other shells whistled Over the roofs of the town scaring the villagers from their Beds. The submarine finally got the Range and Sank the yacht whose flames were endangering nearby vessels. The pleasure boat was the property of a chilean Baez de la quadra. We re counting on her to restore our Faith in Mother nature police if at so Paul says chief Brown was to have gotten of Hamm Ransom chief is suspended but silent St. Paul in uproar District eleven s. S. Convention to be on july 21 District 11 of the Clearfield county sunday school association will hold its annual convention in the Dales m. E Church on tuesday july 21, in All Day program beginning at 10 o clock in the morning and continuing through until 9 at night. The theme of the convention is Christ the Leader and a number of speakers Are expected to be on to stress this subject to their listeners. These speakers will include g. C. Patterson of the Clearfield circuit and Rev. Taylor. The pro Giam also includes singing and the Linnual memorial services. Delegates to the convention will be St Paul july Confes sed kidnapper s declaration that former police chief Tom Brown was Fig ured by gangsters for a Cut in proceeds of the William Hamm kidnapping was met with Sil ence by the accused Man today As safety commissioner Gus Barfuss announced he would follow Brown s suspension from the department with a full investigation. I have nothing to was Brown s reply to the accusation made yesterday by Byron Bolton gov. Wit Ness in the trial of John p. Peifer former St Paul night club owner charged with participating in the kid Naping half an hour after Bolton s witness stand declaration Beifuss suspended Brown from his Post As head of the police automobile theft depart ment u s District attorney George f. Sullivan said we Are not doing any that touch Winter murder and suicide in Altoona proprietor of store snoots employee Altoona pa., july police lieutenant s. N. Ickes mid William Thompson 95-year old restaurant proprietor killed Bis former employee Sarah Cox to and then himself. He mid his investigation convinced him Thompson came into the Small confectionery which miss Cox had opened near his restaurant argued with her about having quit his employ. Ickes said miss Cox whispered be fore she died William did i 111 take i mice delegation will appear at Washington for three Day conference in straggle to return Industry Here threatb9s Globe Harrisburg pa., july 18.-j Long fight to regain a fallen soft Coal Trade will be re opened in Washington monday. A delegation headed by Richard j. Beamish counsel for the Public ser any other questions St. Clarke build ing a 30-foot Sailboat on the second floor of his garage found visitors More interested in whether he would have to wreck the building to get it out than in the boat itself. A believer in signs he placed one conspicuously Over the door it said yes we can get it out riven their lunch and supper free of j thug about it x x x our Job is one
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