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Progress, The (Newspaper) - March 8, 1980, Clearfield, Pennsylvania By a Calendar the following events have been scheduled for the coming week in the by i area monday Glendale medical association regular meeting Coalport Community building 7 30 . Glendale band boosters meeting Junior senior High school building Flinton r.d., 7 30p.m. By i business and professional women regular dinner meeting 6 15 . Adult women s recreation program Junior senior nigh school gym Flinton r.d., 6 to 8 and 8 to 10 . Mcdonalds of Clearfield Virginia ave. I 2nd St. 765-7906. Tuesday Coalport Irvona rotary club regular dinner meeting it. Pleasant Grange Uta Hville 6 15 . St. Basil s altar Rosary society Church social Hall Blain City 7 30 . Richard l. Beers vow auxiliary regular meeting vow building Blain City 7 30 . Wednesday women of the Moose Moose Home Coalport 8 . Glendale Volunteer fire department fire Hall. Thursday Coalport Lions club regular dinner meeting main Street restaurant 6 . First United presbyterian churches congregational dinner meeting at their Vona presbyterian Church. Guests will be Bob and Dorothea Meloy missionaries from Iran. Clearfield Auto truck Plaza featuring Johnson s Corral family restaurant i 80 at exit 19 Losurdo s pizza Villa Clearfield mall eat in take out phone 765-2123  smorgasbord & monthly a.  i sunday March 9 j j St. Barbara s Hall i i Houtzdale 7 y dinner served 12 to 2 .  v Early Bird games 1 30 .  4 b. .2p.m.-$1.50 4 18 regular 5 specials 2 jackpots   is o-mz-7 00 9 00 "u""10 twin q she sting Ohi 74$ jus w 7-00 49 00 or the at electric a horseman held Over 3rd week a a Mao War ton who a or ottimo tour next attraction Kramer is. Kramer whole family goes to pot by Abigail Van Buren �1 1980 by Chicago news synd. Inc. Dear Abby i be been Reading your column for 23years7 and have always thought you were fair and intelligent but when you said that the parents who smoked marijuana in front of their four year old child were guilty of child abuse i could t believe my eyes i am a 37-year-old housewife married to a psychologist. We have four teenagers. My husband and i do not drink but we do smoke marijuana. We have smoked it for Over 20 years nearly every Dayan we be never hidden the fact from our children. We do not allow our children to drink or to associate with people who do but there is nothing wrong with pot. In Case you did t know it pot is Legal in Alaska Are All alaskans guilty of child abuse alaskans Are allowed to grow their own Lor consumption. I think you Are guilty of column abuse please get the facts Abby informed dear informed 1 did. Marijuana is no More Legal in Alaska than it is in any other state of the United states. It is decriminalized under statute no. 17.12.110. Some of the restrictions Are nobody under 18 years of age can possess or use marijuana. If Over 18, a person May not have More than one ounce on his person in Public this Means on Public streets sidewalks buildings buses Etc. He May not use marijuana while operating a motor vehicle air plane Etc. If convicted it would be a Misdemeanour with a Fine of not More than $1,000. Marijuana May be used in private by those who Are 18 or older. Nothing is said about the legality of growing marijuana for one s own use. Dear Abby i was glad to see your warning about Angel dust. Everything you said about it was True. It makes you violent and can really mess up your head. I know i was in High school ready to graduate when i smoked that dust. I did t even know it. I smoked some pot and had been laced with Angel dust. I did t get High. I just went crazy. I was sent to Camarillo state a mental Hospital where i spent three months. I put my poor parents through hell. I m out now but i have to see a social worker every week. I m still on medication and my head still hurts. But As least i can dress myself and comb my own hair. My biggest fear is that one Day i will go completely crazy again and end up Back in the Hospital. I saw kids at Camarillo who d had that experience. My god what a terrible Price to pay for wanting to get High Abby please keep telling kids to stay away from pot. You never know what s in it. 1 am signing my name and address just to prove this letter is not a phony but if you print it sign me. Paid a big Price dear paid if your letter makes just one person say no to pot it will have been Worth space in my column. Thanks for writing. God bless. Dear Abby do i need a nose Job Many of my friends think i do but my nose has never bothered me. It s big but it s not a real sch Vozzola like some i be seen. An aunt even offered to treat me to a nose Job when i graduated from High school but i never took her up on it. People i hardly know have asked me How come i never did something about my nose. It must be pretty bad but i never thought it was. I honestly Don t think i should fool around with the nose that god gave me but then people never see themselves As others see them. I am enclosing my picture. What do you think Abby nose trouble dear nose it matters not what i think or what anyone else thinks what counts is what you think As Long As it does t bother you and it runs All right leave it alone do you feel left out there Are secrets in developing the Art of making yourself popular. You re never too Young or too old to learn. Get Abby s Booklet How to be popular you re never too Young or too Send $1 with a Long self addressed stamped 28 cents envelope to Abby 132 Lasky drive Beverly Hills Calif. 90212. Your place t0nite, saturday March 8 53 now Well never Moke if by 9 9 00 to 12 00 fantasy Airlift in 7 3 Miles off exit 21 1-80, Winburne saturday March 8th Sheraton motor inn exit 17 1-80 & route 255 South Dubois 371-7070 Natoli s restaurant the Best place to eat 909 Miler ave., Clearfield Clearfield Kentucky Fried Chicken 101 n. 2nd Strait 7m-ss4s so 1-80 exit 19 Clearfield 765-5381 Lawrence twp. Fire auxiliary discusses plans the Lawrence township fire co. No. 1 ladies auxiliary discussed various fund raising projects at its february meeting. The group also discussed the annual birthday dinner and announced that anyone wishing to continue their membership should pay their $1 dues by the first meeting in april. Members were reminded that the meetings Are held the first tuesday of every month. Playhouse theatre phone 371-3312 starts Fimn-1 we Kong. Lockri Wambaugh the onion Field a a re Sqq re Fri. T sat. 2 St t j0-f 15 1 Skow so jew Kun. 7,45 of ii u Torly Toft mint i act let one 1 / 2 arte Joul Taguim. Cio a Mhz Somi hire Tolar it Normore Dubois mall american Gigolo m with Richard Gere vm.,. 2 20,4 40,7 20, f 40 2nd Wiek Kramer is. Kramer pm with do Itlen Hoffman 07 001.� a mm., stf., so. 2 00,4 30,7 q0t� 30 Sedweek the last married couple in America m George Segal and Natalie Wood of syst 7 13t�i35 wfl4 / Salt Row 2 15,4 15, is t 35 Morris supervisors seek construction site Morrisdale the Morris township supervisors thursday night announced they Are seeking two acres of ground in the Morrisdale area for construction of a hew municipal building. The group asked that anyone who is interested in Selling ground in the area to Contact any supervisor As soon As possible. Supervisors meetings presently Are being held in the Allport Community building. The current municipal building is just a garage facility located in Oak Grove the group noted. In other business the group announced that William Saggese Board chairman will order materials for a Bridge project in Munson. This will include surface and rail repairs and will Cost an estimated $8,200. The supervisors discussed dilapidated houses in the township saying that these abandoned run Down structures Are a Hazard to children who May wander into the building. Supervisors said they will Contact owners of these buildings to request that the structures be made less of a Hazard. It was announced that a township recreation Park will be constructed this Spring at the Munson Little league Field site. The group noted that a lease agreement for the land which is owned Ralph Thompson drawn up at by Ipson is being this time. Once the agreement is completed the township and Central Pennsylvania Community action will begin construction of the Park. Three citizens from the East Shady acres development near the West Branch area schools asked the supervisors to take Over control of roads in that area. In response the supervisors noted that the Morris and Graham township line passes through the Shady acres development. They instructed the citizens to hire an Engineer or have the development owner hire an Engineer to determine where this line Falls and if the roads in question Are in Morris township. The group noted that this is in keeping with the township policy that requires anyone requesting that a Road be taken Over to assume the costs for research. It was announced that the term of Ralph Ventresco chairman of the municipal authority of the township of Morris will expire May 3v anyone interested in apply ing for the position should Contact the supervisors before the april meeting. The group noted that in Ventresco has reapplied for the Post. The group also approved installation of a new fir6 hydrant in Hawk run. About folks you know. R magic show Philipsburg area Jaycees will launch a Telephone Campaign monday to sell tickets for a magic show april 24 at 6 . At the Philipsburg Osceola area High school. Proceeds will be used to fund repairs and improvements to area playgrounds. Professor Stuart Miller of Florida will present the show which features a disappearing Leopard act. Mayor Irvin Gers left gave his support to Rick Bush right chairman of the event. Daily lottery Pittsburgh up the winning number selected Friday in the Pennsylvania daily lottery was 303. St. Charles cafe & dining room 765-9963 or 765-7782 226 n. 3rd St. Clearfield x    Donna and the fun makers  the Clearfield eagles dance saturday March 8 skate land for family fun old town r0. Clearfield at 7 30 280 on 48 a 95 on 9 360on 56 9 Christ the King church2 Clara Street Hall. I Houtzdale King of the gypsies a Young Gypsy struggles to free himself from his destiny Only to de brought closer to it in this Stormy Saga of three generations. Eric Roberts. Sterling Hayden Shelley Winters. Susan Sarandon Judd Flrsch and Brooke Shields Star in this vivid portrait of Gypsy Moshannon Valley to Cable co. 342-1370 music by Dama Daiv inn a bring your Bunch to our Hruneny a delightful combination of two meals in one served from 10 . Til 2 . Adults $3.75, children under 12 $1.75 now appearing in our lounge Judy Lane Trio ramada inn Arena exit 19,1-80 Clearfield 765-2441 Early to bed. Early to Rise make you heartily in a Mill i -. If Billy Ana    one of pkg Gene s Mensi yes if you get up Early in the morning big Gene is already there i he wakes up Clearfield Cou Hans whether they it their clock radios for 4 a m6 am., 6 am., or later. Big Gene starts his All night show at 11 each night and brings you the Best in country music for All Niters or Early risers 342-5055 How much longer til he eats us out of House and Home inflation. Who s the culprit what s the cure find out when economist Milton Friedman discusses How to cure inflation. Free to cd code sunday at 4 . A Psi to Channel 3 Penn state television this and made possible by a Grant from the Erie insurance group

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