U. S. OKs 2d Clementon Renewal Plan Clementon today had federal approval to go ahead with planning planning for a second business-district business-district business-district business-district urban renewal project. Mayor Ora L. Wooster said the Department of Housing and Urban Development had notified him that a $45,100 advance will be made available as soon as a budget can be prepared and the funds requested. HUD also informed Wooster that $370,000 in federal funds had been reserved for acquisition acquisition and clearing of a five-acre five-acre five-acre area bounded by Gibbsboro Road, Garfield Avenue and Berlin Berlin Road. Wooster said that with match ing state and local funds, this would be a $500,000 project. He said he hoped that a new shopping shopping center and business devel opment could bring $2 million in ratables to this area. Previously, Clementon received received approval of plans to re- re- 7 Children Find, Swallow Pills PHILADELPHIA (UPI)-Seven (UPI)-Seven (UPI)-Seven small children who found bottles of pills and capsules in a trash can near their homes were kept under close watch by their parents parents today on the advice of physicians. physicians. The children, ranging from 3 to 5 years old, were rushed to Germantown Hospital yesterday when one of their mothers saw them playing with the medi cines. Police said the children apparently had found them in a trash can where someone had discarded them. Physicians at the hospital could find nothing wrong with the children and could not de termine immediately whether they had taken any of the pills. They were discharged with instructions instructions to their parents to watch them closely and report immediately any reactions. new a 9.6 acre project adjacent to the five-acre five-acre five-acre one. HUD has reserved $686,000 for the first project, expected to cost $1 million million with matching funds, and which the borough hopes will attract $2.5 million in new ratables. ratables. ARAB PAPERS FAILED BOSTON The first Arabic-language Arabic-language Arabic-language newspaper published in the United States appeared in Boston in 1892, called Kow-kab Kow-kab Kow-kab America (Star of America). It soon failed, as did its successor, successor, Al-Hasr Al-Hasr Al-Hasr (The Day), launched in 1896.