Clipped From The Express
Est. March 1, 1882 Vol. 86, No. 99 LOCK HAVEN, PA., SATURDAY, JUNE 24, 1967 12 Pages *&'•&& .-«Vsis». CITY FIREMEN DO BATTLE -.Fire at 7:24 p.m. Friday, that destroyed a coal shed and storage building, owned by Sam Walker and leased to the Went/, Farm and Home Supply Co. also des- troyed a payloader, used to load coal into trucks, and a van, seen burning in the foreground. Firemen were in service over two hours before the fire was extinguished. The fire was discovered by several youngsters who reported it to Mr. Walker. (Express Photo) SIDE RESULTS OF FIRE - Homes of the Wayne Pick and Salvatore Pisano families of Second St. were rapidly emptied of furnishings when fire threatened the buildings. Prompt work by city firemen in wetting down the homes saved them, but extensive damage uas caused li\ smoke and ualtT. Spectators were kept back hum the lire by a rope hastily stretched In city firemen who feared that exploding cans might injure lho.se who were too flo.se.