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TM EVENING News- or Indifferent they ar* to facing them the president Newspaper of Sigma journalism Eugene newspapers -be those a superior who literally of enthusiasm, skepticism... In a controversial world. many newspapers in a comfortable existence he said, controversy, predictably harboring cows, very the prejudices common denominator readers." liaye epitomize hon ; objective like people, and and this vital and cur their readers. should be the community. problems of over into the emerging anti UNIONTOWN Admission: Ann D'Amlco, Republic; Republic; AniU N. Potocar, Pitts- 3urgh;'Mary Derkach, Perryopolis; Perryopolis; Edna 1. Karlowlcz, Cleveland; David A. Johnston, Falrchance; William Burd, Farmlngton; Mike M»ttl»h, New Salem; Emmet Sab*tine, Sab*tine, Uniontown; Kennetl} F. Lewis Sr., 'Uledi; Mary J. Sil- baugft, Uniontown; Charles Morris, Morris, Uniontown; Everett T. Walker, Walker, Morganlown, W. Va.; Ettore Ferret!!, Uniontown; Ellen R, Wilson, Wilson, Uniontown; Duane E. Leasure, Leasure, W. Lelsenrbg; Elizabeth Udjbinac, Republic; Kermina S. Dienes, McClellandtown; M a r y Jane Lylle, Uniontown; Ola M. Williams, Browntleld; Ann J. Poliak, Poliak, Uniontown; Dr. Robert E. McCloskey, Uniontown; Irene L. Conaway, Hopwood; Isabella Spada, Spada, California; Margaret P. Smar- slak, Uniontown; James D, Shulek, Shulek, SmifhfleW; Anna Mae Cole, W. Leisenrtag. Discharges: B e l l e Anderson, Bryon Arthur, Lavomn Btrger- stock, Mary Berdar, Anthony Boggio, Boggio, John Crutchman, Carrie Dickson, Dickson, Berneil Etcher', Ellen Fallon, female Fike, Ruth Franczyk, Lila Gabriel, Marjoric Gerome, Joseph Grcsh, Michael Gresh, Mrs. Emily Grimes and daughter, Mrs. Betty Harring and eon, Eslher Hess. Theresa Kalamets, Ewing Layhew, Layhew, Rebecca Logoyda, Mae Mitchell, Mitchell, Ed O'Donnell, Mrs. Anita Papke and daughter, Elizabeth Rudden, William Sapp, Mrs. Lois Sarachman and son, Belly Schiffbauer, Schiffbauer, Delbert - Swaney. Rosclla Trlpietl, Leila Williams. Man Peace Harry · To Begin On A Masonlown the Peace Corps. Harry Louis Woodlawn will begin the training Feb. 7 sily, near A son of Mr. Townsend, he until April 14. a (raining camp from April IS He is scheduled 15 for Liberia, he will be an A graduate School In 1059, junior year at College Ihis'pait ' He will while serving Sir. Townsend 21st birthday not married. Meeting County (Continued Designated as official-Industrial development Fayette County the Fayette Council has been the responsibility of the the commille*

Clipped from The Evening Standard01 Feb 1963, FriPage 10

The Evening Standard (Uniontown, Pennsylvania)01 Feb 1963, FriPage 10
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