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Progress, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1967, Clearfield, PennsylvaniaThe Progress Clearfield Curwensville Philipsburg Moshannon Valley fa., monday november 20, 1967 Page three there is a lobster ranch on Deer Island in Canada where up to one million pounds of live lobsters can be Kepi at a time. Fresh to you daily. For the enchanting combi nation of mealtime goodness and sound nutrition serve on fresh delicious Dairy foods at every meal Clearfield Dairy Reed Street phone 765-6515 Why the Christian science Monitor recommends you read your local newspaper your local newspaper keeps you in formed of what s happening in your area Community events Public meetings stories about people in your Vicinity. These you can t and should t do without. How the Monitor complements your local paper the Monitor specializes in analysing and interpreting National and world news with exclusive dispatches from one of the largest news bureaus in the nation s capital and from Monitor news experts in 40 overseas countries and All 50 states. Try the Monitor a paper the whole family will enjoy the Christian science Monitor one Norway Street Boston Massachusetts 02115 please Start my Monitor subscription for the period checked below. 1 enclose o 1 year q 6 months ?12 d 3 months officials braced for possible Philly trouble two negro school Board members the Rev. Henry Nich ols and George Hull who accused him of acting hastily and unwisely. Rizzo was not without support ers and the main among them Curwensville native one of purchasers of Illinois paper 111. Philadelphia Appo lice and school officials were braced for possible trouble at racially tense High schools today the first Day of classes since a Black Power rally by some 500 pupils turned into a bloody club swinging Brawl with police on Friday. Schools superintendent Mark r. Shedd predicted a return to Normal but added that the administration would be Well prepared for any eventuality. Police commissioner Frank l. Rizzo meanwhile kept police on Alert meaning 12-hour shifts and no Days off. He or dered the Alert Friday after personally commanding helmeted policemen in breaking up the rally at the schools administration building. The demonstrators mostly Negroe pupils who had skipped school to were protesting anti negro policies in the school system. A number of the pupils were inside the building presenting a Bill of particulars to Shedd when violence broke out outside the building. More than 50 were most of them at least a score were injured including several policemen and bystanders As pupils fleeing police Billy clubs fled the Demon stration scene knocking Down and pummelling pedestrians. Vandalism and some injuries to persons were reported around the downtown area As gangs of teen aged youths ran through the streets after the Friday Demon stration. A Stern police action brought a barrage of criticism that continued sunday night As thu National association for the and of coloured people held a meeting at a West Phil Adelphia Church. Before the meeting presidents of the local a act branches is sued a statement demanding Jorizzo s firing on the grounds he acted irresponsibly reprehensible and precipitously in Loos ing police into the demonstrators. The demand was an Echo of similar Calls for Rizzo s ouster from other civil rights and civic groups including the local americans for democratic action and american civil liberties Union units. The Acle also asked the department of Justice to investigate the affair and turned Over names of the 13 alleged wit Nesses to police among Rizzo s harshest critics were Shedd school Board president Richardson Dilworth former Philadelphia mayor Frank foot was mayor James h. J. Tate. Aim the Sale of the West now vacationing in Miami Beach Frankfort daily american to a Fla. A police department spokes group of Pennsylvania publish j Man also said hundreds of phone cars was announced saturday by Calls wore received from Citi co publishers t. J. Elkins and Zens commending the commis mrs. Eunice b. Kelly. A incr for firm action. Hie new owner group is head cd by Henry a. Sailer White of i daily Kra. Who assumed the presidency of i on sunday. John Harrington head of fraternal or the Bradford a. Der of police said the Organiza vice Percsi lion s executive Board had voted the daily american to support and at the same r in i time called for the resignations of Shedd. Dilworth hint and Nichols. A Callion of negro leaders met late sunday night in a local Church to discuss future action. Philipsburg Hospital eral manager of the Corry. Pa., j evening journal. J or. Sample is a son or. J and mrs. George Sample 219 Bloomington ave. Curwensville. The Purchase Price was not announced. The announcement said Kins would continue n Mechan ical superintendent of the Amer ican and w. Hanson Purcell would continue As editor and general manager. The daily american present circulation 5.500. Was founded in 1910 by a two family corpor i mrs. Kelly who will retire is the daughter in Law of a. Kelly. Name. Street. City state _21p code pb-17 for the Holiday season choose from our wonderful selection of Flowers to Grace your Host s table. Order now Well deliver member f. T. D. Phone 236-0761 Curwensville Florist 549 state Street Curwensville Tough incredible new Viking Kitchen lasts a lifetime. Looks Lovely too. 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Kelly. T. .1. Elkins j baby girl Bambarger Morris is the son of b. Elkins. And Dale sell Bell. Philipsburg John Cloven Madera Mary Stone. Philipsburg baby boy Stone Philipsburg discharges Joycine Llo Kenberry Osccola Mills Barbara Jones racy baby girl Jones racy Agnes Quick Philipsburg Virginia reciter Karthaus Judith Schaffer Houtzdale Ilich acl Takash Winburne Juda Jane Wisor Bigler baby girl Wisor Bigler Daniel Cartwright Grassflat Oswalt Osccola Mills Kimberly Reese. Kylertown births or. And mrs. Harold Bam county planners to meet tuesday the Clearfield county plan Ning commission will hold a regular meeting tomorrow at 8 p. In. In the planning commis Sion office. 315 e. Market St. Second floor. Items to be considered Are reports on last week s Highway project hearing at state College comprehensive plan studies and on schools population and traffic review drafts. Meetings of the commission Morrisdale girl Are open to the Public. Larger m. Or. And mrs. Edward Stone Philipsburg Hoy. P. M. Death degrees delivered Shippensburg. A. Baby boy Quick Philipsburg Shippensburg state College r. A. P. M. Sunday nov. 19, admissions Campsey Anderson Houtzdale Susan Bungo Smith Niillo Marcia Demchak. Sandy Ridge George Haynes. Philipsburg Kathryn Haynes Philipsburg Donna Hockenberry. Blandburg Judith Johnston Philipsburg Harles Jones. Osceola Mills Margaret Josephson Drifting Martha Maguire Philipsburg Eliza Mcdonald. Munson Larry Ross Hawk run Linda Smith Philipsburg Nancy Stockley. Philipsburg Elizabeth Stover. Philipsburg Henrietta Vaughn West Decatur Ann Veres. Morrisdale baby girl Veres Morrisdale discharges Rose Ann Bickle Philipsburg Goldie Daub Curwensville Joyce Gearhart. Philipsburg Kathy Bibbons Smithmill baby girl Bibbons. Smithmill Mary Hughes Philipsburg Theodore Johnson. Grassflat Julie Johnston Philipsburg baby girl Johnston Philips Burg Kathy Keith. Fallen Timber Clarence Kelley. Port Matilda Ralph Mcclarren West Decatur Josephine Rusnak Hawk run birth or. And mrs. Edward Veres Morrisdale girl a. M. Awarded degrees to 127 graduates at its fall commencement sunday. Or. Frederic Miller commissioner on higher education delivered the main address. Classified ads pay off Robert Frost sold his first poem in 1892, when he was 17 years old. He received s15 for the poem which was called my drafts easy to install inside or outside x 36" plastic Sheet with molding and nails. Lumber everywhere anole r res tonic Box Spring Sale Box Springs Only full or twin size fancy Floral tick Reg. Each closeout Price a. Double Green Stamps Tonitte Mon. In downtown Clearfield make wonderful gifts Skinny sweaters have the look of the moment and show them selves off in a wide t l variety of styles. See them Here soon one special group of sweaters to value on Sale Only c 00 5 indoor outdoor Christmas tree lights

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