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Clearfield Progress (Newspaper) - March 22, 1929, Clearfield, Pennsylvania m Will Be A Mine Tb Jo Stricter Rules FAMILIES By CARL L. TURNER I. N. Staff Correspondent KINLOCH NEAR March 22.-Rescile have succeeded in clearing this pf gas ' and it is now a matter of the final death toll in explosion is definitely Om of the team which made its way out of the workings this to d International Service that He saw ten more bodies in the The miners this located the fifth body to be removed while another Lawrence 28. his way to safety being entombed 26 With thet removal body of John Ambroser of this from conveyer at the bottom of the 27 bodies have Best available figures indicate that if the ror port ten more bodies have been the toll wijl be in of 40 240 escaped NEAR I March 22. toll of the mine gas bere mounted today to 28, m 3/ 21 j teams below reported discovery of the No not even company officials know positively how many men are still in the Dcr Coroner P. Brush of in charge at i the temporary hazarded guess that there maybe 36; but there were others who thought the number should not be that A report reaching to the effect that a party of four Camp mm Pete Dan Charles George Barney 4lispatcner. Andrew in Wilbert Andrew machine One - Duly Principle Has Been May Balk at Time of PARTISANS J r. HOLMES Staff 2a:-Pitk-ing a mgh but has found one and possibly even more It is the task of selecting who are to compose his to investigate the causes the that bas sprung in the wake of Be devoted lot of time to the of this while still a entry into the occupied more of his attention than any other single i - weeks of there still remain on nearly 100 from nine eleven will be Some decisions been reached but the personnel is still far from He announce it before the new Congress on World Court Hoover had hoped to persuade Evans Hughes to head the That hope is now understood been Hughes Europe on 1st to take duties as a justice on the bench the will be to investigate all kinds of Mt. Hoover sdt dMB in it comes down Therein lies the He hopes to present a com- Princess 14-year-old daughter of of the Menominee Indian who assumed leadership of the tribe near Green Wisconsin tinder a deathbed command her Chief Neopit oti QUAKER NOT ginin OF THAT HEI BIBLE Mar. 22 Albert 66-year-crd iron charged with blasphemy of the guilty by a jury before Judge Frederick Marx here The jury deliberated about one hour and 30 The costs were divided equally between the and the Mar. 22 The blasphemy case of iron charged with reviling the was given into the hands a jury of nine men and thrive women in Marx's court after noon here Only lour witnesses were called during brief time the case A courtroom of ministers and men listened to the Both the court and defense and prosecution counsel decried the publicity given the John B. former Berks County - represented Phifer did not revile the Stevens He to the process of swearing after being until he was Both the defendant thp witnesses were angry at the Stevens stand in his own Phifer revealed been raided among the Chester He asserted his remarks applied to the method of forcing hini to swear as that was against his faith and that be finally affirmed his a matt of is grug arid emphatic in his He went before Alderman H. M. Mayer last December to put up bail for Diaring the course of the proceedings he was asked several questions and became Finally ia was pushed towards indicating he was to be was Mayer Not with Charies had listened to gwng to let him get away with asked as the muttering to later Phifer was on a him with and the grand jury for court BY FREDERICK K. ABBOTT N. S. Staff 1929. L N. Mar. 22.-The Allied reparation experts have tentatively accepted Germany's of reparation payments equal to the Allied vrar today from ail stipulated that is good only if Germany is granted a with the same delay the Allies obtained from the United ' The actual sum was not in of the United to intermingle the war debt question with the reparation But Hjalmar head of the German Reichsbank arid leader German delegation to the reparation will inform the Berlin government that the Allied accept the offer in The Allied reparation experts demanded that Germany not only pay the reparation but an additional amount to make up the Allied war debts to the United to reports So far as the German government is the insist that Germany pay annuities with 1,800,000,000 marks and rising to 2,700,000;000 marks for 37 years on of. persons wbo have not been identified with side of the bitter that has been going on now for nearly ten It is no easy nine or eleven people who have been neutral on the of and time are big enough hnd confidence Kck Drys or Wets If outstanding the whole investigation at ' caste and affords the sot the opportunity to say is bing f is being any outstanding will be loud and immediate the professional the on Page WiO Ask Indictment Doctor Miss Delp Twenty Met Here Elected W. T. Thorpe Five People indicted Twenty enthusiastic Clearfield County Guernsey breeders met Thursday March 21, in the office of the Association at Clearfield and organized the Clearfield County Guernsey The purpose of this association is to promote the breeding and improvement of purebred and grade Guernsey to aid its members in and selling first class cattle and to foster the dairy industry in Membership in the organization is confined to of purebred or grade Guernsey who use a purebred registered Guernsey A constitution and were and the annual membership fee was placed at a the provision that half of this amount remain in the County while be used for a subscription to the Guernsey It was voted to hold a Guernsey Association field day some from Page mation on Opinion of COST BY ROBERTA Staff persistent i four-cent i the present session of the would be continued for new reports would indicate that continued for the within the next week efforts made to members tual proposals for the next together with revenue necessary to carry - - Thus far many the Legislature have found on which to No word has any source that a four-cent be reached highway work during t mg but the have been based on the rate and cannot be alongside of the proposals Legislators are to be more information and then tax proposition will be for discussion on the floor of the House and No New There will be no new Next Wednesday has as the last day for of bills in the House and revenue measures must a new cannot be in that time so the fact that either the Talbot or the Stirling both of which have readings and are now in of the ways and means will be The bills propose a tax of three cents and one of them so that an young district of the 77th Judicial hu been ior place eo M is acted enforcer i Bi outlined w and and Si was tlM I in of the by W which hiU strenuous posed by and because of the provides for a five-day tween the issuance of a conse for to oppose cy one cent WiH be Federal and Slate Inspectors Give Local 88.2 Lavish Praise Troop A's for this will be as good if not better than the dne was earned last according by Major Federal inspecting officer he liad thoroughly inspected and individual troopers and laat cf officer for the State aame as over the into Mar. 22.- Schuylkill County Grand Jury returned indictments against Warden Haerter of the county Keepers Dominic Roy and C. E. and Mrs. Clara Locust Summit school for aiding Alvarez condemned in making his sensational escape on March 9. According to Mrs. Fessler confessed to smuggling a revolver into the and if to Miquel during a Green was shot by he had the prison guard by the hair and forced him to open the door March 22 with the command Of district Ethan Allen you may arrest whenever you are L shall him indicted for tiie the State troopers close watch oh Charies T. Lehigh city and attaches of the district attorney's office their efforts to more evidence linking with of pretty Vetna I found poisoned here last Police claim they have a strong case from the circumstantial hope to add more evidence before taking BelleB into Efforts are being made to batter down the wall of fear witnesses when name of the doctor was claims the afraid of being they give incriminating testimony hex thus making the total for the provides for Uta collection of the tax from the The Sterling tions from the bills allow certain percentages for to reimburse them work involved and in w the bonds they must Sentiment in the Legislature is the Talbot and conceded that the be the one to which the tax Des Man Here For Stepping jauntily from the cabin of Spirit of Ryan Entombed 26 Rationed Food KINLOCH Mar. 22.-(INS)--�*Witar>aixj hours after he was entombed Kinloch 38, into rescue team 8,000 feet the mouth of the mine at 9:35 a. was revived and to the where he was taken the emergency first aid Word of the like the of the waiting for they saw escape hope that others still missing may yet be just sat there there wasn't much I could told International News Service as soon as he - took a few catnaps during the Did I think I'd be brought out alive? I knew would be better if I stayed in thi I fresh because otherwise I knew overcome by - said he stumbled the of one miner shortly after from his post for was alone with God all Between catnaps I would then then pray amde physicians him from talking until how glad I api to he blast and his hear any just the hissing of a strong the air began to get i had been an and then 1 stumbled of a I knew then so I found a that had been 3>1.totiBi."a hole sealed it un the contents of his ner rationed his food supply long * As he he 1^ his wife and three As he puffed contentedly sipped he Wis he again * his suppose he Rebels Take Port West Rusli Help By International News Service A decisive battle loomed today for the possession of largest Mexican seaport dn the West coast now in the hands of the A powerful rebel force of between five and six thousand troops led by General Roberto Cruz has been viciously attacking the federal force of less than 2,000 at intervals during the fast 24 but at last reports the federals still held the At the request of General commanding the General Calles has rushed 6,000 men from Torreon to augment the federal forces in The situation has taken on a decidedly different aspect in the last few high officials admitted Where a few days ago the rebels were fleeing on all imminent today at two points besides A decisive battle is how ejected soon in Chihuahua either at or between which the main rebel force be ' Other reports stated that the rebels had instituted a campaign for the recapture of on the whirlwind the property of the Mayer Aeronautica corporation of Oscar Ji Vogl of Des opened the 35th anniversary celebration and style the H. J. Flegal & Sons store Mr. Vogl was brought of the in tjie Mayer Corporation and on nls at the field was greeted by Horace of the Flegal President of the Chamber of of the Rotery and President Hauser of Major Whiting told the troopers that itti hi a a nny he had never 96(31. the equipment in a cavalry barracks in finer shape than their own and I there was only one instance where it was that of the crack First Troop of The appearance of each individual trooper and the spirit which he displayed in performing hia drills also brought forth praise from the troop is no better than the community in which it is located and i have never seen one better and do not think i ever were the words used by Major Major Whiting complimented the citizens of Clearfield for their co-operative spirit and the part they have played in building up the Whin an army man makes a statement like backed up with official rating was 88.2-Clearfield can be justly proud of this organization composed of its own smi the part it has played in making it what it is. The new Major Jones from was states to be them of the Control Marriage of Miss called attention to necessity for the of the in the mentally In her wuh welfare she defectives under out licenses before she knew welfare A time make it to Cc of extension service child It posed strong friends country that has ing better better livestock aid in better care to and their Members of were eiH interested In- on this v Back Uw There was general in of act that places a five-year term fine of on law The the proposed State 6ode and be you to directed the sent to H. B. are sund by ct and directed ' of on judiciary g the S to the Bonse for J. Mitchell Chase presented bis cup to Sergeant chosen the all-around trooper by the members of the troop for the year 1928. RIDGWAY DIES HERE all especially invited addition to the official party no less than a score of men of the community in the group gathered at the With r. S. Nightingale essaying the role of Buster Keaton Camera at the crank ofa the opening ceremony of the thirty-fifth anniversary a matter of permanent record the films made will probably be shewn one of. the local theatres in the Following a most Harris Me of the and went of to handbills from the The 1^ a delightful and are to Mrs. Hattie Sowers of Ridgway died at the Clearfield Hospital yesterday of at the local over a period of many During the long time she made periodic tripe here for treatment and Mrs. Sowers made a great many especially among the hospital Always optimistic and she was friendly toward att end was a general - i- The body Iraa taken to for TORNADO KILLS TWO IN TOWN Plans for SB avenue of elms along one of the in honor of the at the were W. F. of the dub have died The o Puna the on 22 small children were aat eight other were Injured today by a tornado struck near Reports that be field Sounty federal ' this morning l. General main force concentrated north of to continue his announced drive toward the north for the of Chihuahua andl About 100 miles separate the main both With the departure General Cardenas at the head of troops to reinforce ithe concentration has Gardner of bigger have been - Ujz ft who for eant of F ions on 1 memorial it the and this and It plans be of Junior are been reduced to less than 20,000. The - are variously mendous Bit rebels a mated at and 9,000 0nn the successes have been ammal - - brings that a of all can attractions are already under Many others are being lined up and before September 10th arrives the have the best program in their it is confidently Plans a and in hospital and forts A whereby for of Section win he 01) ning to Clearfield club is one of this At close of Mrs. Oscar gave the o very the aiA the was pean duetto lade of the cln rising vote of A very pi followed strawberry served by Mrs. C. T.
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