|Title||The Guelph Guardian - Wednesday August 10th 1960|
|Date||August 10, 1960|
|Year Range from||1960.0|
|Year Range to||1960.0|
The Guelph Guardian newspaper from August 10th, 1960, volume 2, number 100; twelve pages total in the newspaper. Front page stories read: "Canadian Troops Leave For Congo", "Georgetown Family Mother-Child Killed In Car Crash", "Assaults On Police Serious Say Courts", "Injunction To Stop Pickets", "Pass Drugs Into Hospital", "Expect Break In Murder Case", "Belgians To Go", "Bloodless Coup In Land Locked Nation of Laos". Picture in the top left corner of truck, picketers, and police; picture at the bottom left of Lieutenant Bob Hallowell climbing into plane.
Local news continues through to page four of the paper; advertisements cover page five; large cover story on Bob Hallowell on pages six and seven; rest of the paper has classified, more ads, sports, and comics.
HISTORY - LOCAL
|Dimensions||31 cm W x 44 cm L|