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Clearfield Progress, The (Newspaper) - January 25, 1928, Clearfield, Pennsylvania OGRESS goow ud tonight fair with on Drivers i Before Jan. 1 Be Jan. 25 Bluett in the of the manic court here application of that persons j with operating automobiles er influence c-f prior to January 1st can not r f I who was speaker t. the state house of representatives su and j the when he made his ruling DEFENSE GETS RESPITE in three other By ARTHUR I N S. Staff Correspondent LOS Jan. 26. trial of William Edward Hickman for the and murder of Marion Parker 3C was adjourned until 2 o'clock this afternoon when defense counsel to disqualify Superior Judge Carios S. Hardy from presiding over for in an A worn to by the charged that Judge id and could not give a fair and impartial ludee Hardy ordered the recess in the defense motion e bad-time to leave chief de- fense sprang to his feet and defense was ready to go Walsh was in- by attorneys in the court to defense proceed before a judge other than Phased with his brief I the sudden turn of broadly as he to be taken Sck to LOS Cal. Jan. The bleak day of judgment for lie Edward Hickman has come Already the long shadow of the gibbet reached his cell as and murder of the oia fate of the Fox hangs by a slender His slim MRS. SUNDAY sw A Hardy was V Judge H Kane Man Says Girl He in New York Station W Missing Under Man's Influences FOLLOW OTHER TRAILS NEW Possibility that missing may be the ous looking times her age Jan. Frances St. John College of a three out of the maze the border between sanity and insanity and yet divides Bv his of by reason Hickman Mafte of thei atrocious His sole defense is that he says he from all over the continent today concerning the The latest clue is thoroughly investigated by police It was furnished by Charles L. of and lends support to a j theory the j girl is under the some stronger Smart told of seeing the girl he believes is Miss Smith in the sylvania station His attention was attracted to her Smart by the man's saw the girl approach the in- formation said She had all of ment and She was by a man who might been 55 or GO years noticed the man be- cause his He had an exceptionally large nose of the bous he was very stew faced and He seemed to hava the girl and when he told her to stand by the inf booth until he returned she appeared her SEASON W Flying Grandma Desperate Dope Fiends Are Still At Large Jan. 25 f or Securing on Many Important Offices to Be Filled This YeW CAPITOL HILLIS BUZZING By S. I. NEIMAN (I N. S. Staff Jan. vania's political season officially ushered in From the far corners of Penn's Woods came the hue and cry of partisan politics as an army of ers took the to seek signatures on nominating to lay the for multitude of Today was the first date for ing the signatures on petitions are to be filed with the secretary of the At least one and possibly two States 36' of 25 state one member of the state superior 208 state an state treasurer and delegates to both majority national party are to be named at April primaries and November Around Capitol dozed peacefully the fall am a swaim of From the two senatorial camps announcements were expected which arc to determine the trend of the entire Senator-elect William S. of SHOW GREAT Roll Call Fell Short of Over Last M o- t vi to to hci in HEAR FULL DISCUSSION OF LOCAL TAXATION President A. of Board In The financial situation as the borough schools ably at large following from tht branch of the county ja 1. Ihe centered in the vicinity of Jackson and Lansing to a to state an armed band j 51 Beccaria Township Constable Seeks Redress For Assault By Deputy Sheriffs held the key to one Temporarily barred from his seat in the senate and facing possible expulsion there was the ever-present possibility the may force the issue by re- signing and the lists for the seat thus Republican State Slate ference between right whence lured Marion Parker away from her school and tortured her to On Page SPEED IN DOING WORK OF PAN-AMERICAN MEET few toward the Union branch but In about seven minutes the man returned and took the girl toward the taxi l followed and saw them get into a cab and drive This was about 5 o'clock in the her evident the girl still showed every evidence of ment and good and she was extremely that the Smith girl do no Police orders to to were throughout the state as the for the narcotic addicts and peddlers 120 MEMBERS AND GUESTS AT BANQUET OF WOMAN'S CLUB State College Librarian Tells Need of Cultivating Taste For ing and Supplying Books The annual of the Woman's Club was held last night in the ling hotel ball with an dance of about 120 members and were beautifully the club gold and white i presented to the Kiwanis Club at their meeting last at the Jordan Chairman Danny of the lic affairs committee hud charge of the meeting and in introducing dent A. D. Biglor of the school went over Ihe situation as it applies to the of the He stated that the from taxation was by the borough councilmen and that tne in- come from all while it met the was not large enough to the borough it should employ a number of watchmen or it was tacitly deputy sheriffs at the Irvona Coal and h that the Republican lami P y wders favor a slate to include I I ing Service JUNIOR WORKERS Reports of the annual roll tho nursing production commit tee Junior and SIMS ial tanks of the chapter 'the American Red past are given herewith that the local chapter in worthy the praise that has been given it at national While Clem known in Washington head quarters as a Red Cross fell n little short of the goal in a couple instances during the the IK commendable one and the will prove n many as to the extent of woik through I benevolent Although the toll call fell In short of the quota the Chairman V C. executive committee aie mmb pleased tho The goal watt misled about 4tK> men but the chapter was by previous Holt Woodland Ii vona Ramey Smithmill ToUl to 47 is 17 JUT 47 u-i i. Sm ico Coke Company mines near as is usual m such not much or certificate of was of these many of whom were new or in the The result was Danny said that what he had to say pertained to the operation of the borough and not to the schools m anv owing to the fact that the school tax collections were a separate e in his own succinct the matter of increased while the slated for of auditor general It was understood these would be included m a complete school state could be brought about by an ad- Fraternal Order K Robinson Clay tc Presbyterian 8. S Crescent S. S Catholic Daughters of Dr. Waterworth Sons of OB of the assessments through names out the borough without hardship on any He stated neek overly j Nomination petition blanks So rough were the usages were put in the mails last at times that appeal was begin to back raade to the 6 I last day for Candidates Philadelphia next t I in cases was only very unfair Home cases of the from which to gauge on Page Dames Junior IMU Landing Baptist hurch Order of Moose Brotherhood I H. Woodward's Ic 10 Id J i 10 OU S Total Total Jan. 25. national leaders in the sixth Pan- American conference got together in series of informal conversations day in an effort to speed up the work commissions I had known at that time that the Smith girl was in New or thought to I would have had the but on Monday the search still centered in and I had no idea that it could be she But when I learned she may have been in New I was adding a touch of nuu with his Keith to the Central hotel in Coalport man ana gi on Recount Petition Is Due This Afternoon The 25 greater co-ordination is needed to expedite Decision On Wilson four meet on Thursdays and The schedule calls for two each morning and two meetings each after- all at different The result has been that each com- mission has been compelled to shorten its deliberations in order that its other commission may proceed to the meeting of that of the ballots cast in six Pennsylvania capital that if the by green along the lengths of white Mrs. Heckman made the after which the State Federation was led Miss Mrs. Schaeffer at As the guests entered the ballroom and during the the Pagano Mr clever boy dbsm s. 5, i tion to an otherwise sedate I Am tk ana After dinner and a song or two by resie the the Mrs. presented Aimed De t Russelli C. Mary Liveright ROBS I Marines Concentrate On Former Quarters Of General Sandino 50' Total Paid National allotment I memberships I Balance to chapter At New York Chipote district have the formerly the he men the January 24, was the The amount of the exp. l-r a but up the in the sum to Mrs. Philip inem mm T hp presented fc and gave him a BROUGHT 6VtrlllllKf rt of State who gave a splendid talk on books and She her talk with the statement is the important in our schools and v and gave him a The so Keith were not con- read and failing to supply matter was broken and Boig has entered suit in the used up about county courts against Charles on election made known of piano playing without the She said that was far behind many states in its number of public She ed arguments heard against public libraries and said exactly the same arguments were used against the on Page i Chamberlain Down At Mifflin Jan. 25 Clarence famed trans- was forced down here head and It was necessary to load Keith in an automobile and bring where he had to remain several days iving medical Keith thereupon brot suit Jan. 18 J. Mitchell in filed he asks that be reimbursed the amount the Stewart Clinic hospital for medical for loss of been the most troublesome spot in Nicaragua and has been the scene 01 numerous encounters between on one side and the mai ines and the native constabulary on the It was attacked from the air t on Jan. Hth and for a time was but later small bands of rebels began operating in the According to information received here a strong detachment of marines has taken up a position upon El Chipote and will use it as a base of operations until the neighborhood courts Oi unm mi- T Eastbaum of Curwensville in an j El Chipote is a wooded i to be due bv dense to recover said to be due Another Flue Fire will be used to ex- Dedite as much work done outside the meetings commissions in order the sessions themselves may in the assault upon him with them maces by the deputy The case will likely come up for at February term of t An alarm called the to the home of in Paradise to watch a flue unreeling a foot of 3 p. m. effort was made today to dacy if he desired to run j the of the Pan- the primaries en April Union as the central in- Preacher Up By way by next f Tornado In Tennessee Kills Five Children 19 l surrounded by dense Sandino has retired from active giving color to the report that he was wounded in the air raid at Kl Chipote on Jan. Maj. Gen. John A. com- mander of the U. S. who has just completed an inspection trip thru plans sail for the United States on He has made no but is believed to be satisfied with the v ho Suppression h Home Many Young People To Jan. children were dead believed injured today as. i For Refusing Midnight Senator Charles Curtis of Kansas I i today answered the j propounded by Senator 1 Borah of Idaho as part of his campaign to put prospective Re- the morale I 25 result cf a tornado that swept across middle Tennessee late j LOS Jan. 25 Authorities today were investigating an amazing story told by Rev F. E. pastor of Hoover Street form a midnight with the rural dis- j beautiful and favor a plank up in medieval torture to jne eighteenth amendment and The minister told district attorney's laws enacted to carry it into effect he lest T pledging the the torture When I the startling adolescent the can come the of un- he lest consciousness plank pledging Ihe while the torture When I to a cited the he he found of wrote in The psychology TI nnen 1 of William b. i In cor through the lower must je Prof. Arps emphatically than carefully Aiding the child in our attitude as a toward children is of Suppression may be accomplished in two ing by gentle stages expression may take an this ex- tra effort and time is worth the should lead children out of the wilderness of uncertainty and sometimes when they pass from infancy to adulthood thru the turbulent rapids beset with emo- spiritual and Paul Bailey Is Burned By Gas Fume Paul elded son of the I J. who father's dairy at the Bail over the B. U. P. is a patient at lenr suffering from burns about the head last evening when he ed to transfer some gasoline from t car to H truck or vice Young Bailey was short of gas the car he desired to last but had a considerable y in t' other He secured a lantern order that he might have He thought JK had t' lantern placed so far there vu no danger of the igniting unfortunately this was not and gas let go right in his He was brought at once to tl Clearfield where It was foui he had been very painfully and but it is expected i serious results wijl CONGRESSMAN CHASE WILL PRESENT CUP TO BEST On February llf u. In conclusion Professor ATM mated there are moral and physical derelicts of no guide or th J. Mitchell who waa ii tensely in the an I welfare of this a handsome rup to tho erty of that trooper at the of one would be by h fellow the belt all roun soldier in the Thia be limited to ar the balloting will be done at drill next Monday In making thin award drill ri appearance and at will hy the Tf balloting will be done the winner of the cup wiH be ar anniversary derelicts ol no guide or r eel tor accompanied youth on the perilous be adventure childhood to I HUH OD February 23d of this
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