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Progress, The (Newspaper) - September 16, 1966, Clearfield, Pennsylvania "i.' f Chuckfe MUNI to to pull MI mrwhlt eyes by Min minnies lonser Gov. Seranton noted that the would "open up areas of our stale that nee'' Iranspor- JPiease Turn to Page 6, Col. 2 Please Turn to 2, Col. 4 Council Sidewalk Pact Clearfield Borough Council, at a routine 45-minute meeting last night, awarded a contract for the construction of sidewalks along West Front Street and approved changes at the muni- cipal parking lot. The Jack Bell Contracting Co. of Clearfield, with a bid of 60 cents per foot for 4-inch side- walk and 75 cents for 6-inch, was awarded the contract for sidewalk construction in the sec- tion of West Front Street af- fected by the reconstruction of Route 153. The Bell firm was the only bidder. Following a report by Clar- ence J. Pearson, chairman of the fire and police committee, the councilmen decided to re- move one parking meter at the municipal parking lot in order that larger signs showing the proper entrance and exit could be erected. Mr. Pearson said that many motorists, unable lo see the present sign, are entering the lot in the wrong direction. It was also recommended that Please Turn to Page 6, Col. 3 Glendale Band Turns Out To Be Winner After All COALPORT When you're Rood you're a winner, no matter what the professionals may think. That's what the Glendalc High School Band learned after it had marched in a firemen's parade at Lilly laM month Glendale didn't win first but a check for was sent to the band from the Lilly Volun- teer Fire Company. Accompanying the check was a letter which said: "We the people of the community were not satisfied with the judges' decision. We felt you should have won firsl so we are sending you a check for ;