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   Gazette And Bulletin (Newspaper) - February 17, 1954, Williamsport, Pennsylvania                               I ttirtta WiUiuuput, Feb. Ttbreanr 17, 1954 110 Huts-of rtfootl Gained In Ftoroupjh; Ncwbm-y Next f >fn i Awaid Proposed For Solution to Mine Pollution Tht firs: Newbwy section vutit -of -the JRijd. Bloodmobile will be at the Newberry Methodist Church March U Meanwhile, the Bloodmobile collected 110 pints of blood at visit yesterday in Jersey Shore. The Jersey Shore visit was the first in Lycommq County to be sponsored by an American Legion post, in with the Leqion's state-wide blood donor pro- gram. George W. Pwf No- 36 Jed the recruit- ment dnve for visit. A proposal m s reward to person who ian find hs plvmg then eighth and econoTUt al tolution They are DI to the mine aeid pmhU-n was made Jnhn n j Jairett pd llu ,nnks bs at a m-etinp m-t O V i ep- guv.dni-'bile will b> at the ot the Gallon pint j. Diamond Streets from 11 a-ri ,lo 5 p Tt on Thui-sday March 11 and Mi- r d- H aruh of UP r AMI t% ne mm the KS- t'utu es and ftrp bark- Mon RossCHih ins the of the unit Con- era! Th s i  tfie first in chairman_ HolUman'i byv John H Berder to find a w aj to elim- inate coal acid from bv dangling a "jackpot" before them. There are many ft be 'before the Coal Pollution- Committee, would he prepared to i offer public. On the committee are John Yotngman J Gleason a-nd Miles H Sucher andj F G Sheffe' Public Support Sought The committee reviewed progress of it ear The volunteer organization is at- tejnpt.ng to enUst public nf its tn_clean_up. the river and- >u tnfcutanet "y concerned with coal acid o 1 source of pollution j termed by Mr. Bender, j who unanimously re- at the meeting. He pointed mil that the mine been "completely diwontmued" tm the Branch. In aiSSIoB; wining h an ever-p-t threat of a communitv Mm. Litchard. 949 Race Street, recruitment chairman for the School PTA, U Mvruitment chairman for the rlult Her eo-eh airman Is Harold Baldwin, 2318 Fair- view port The stop i1 Friday Feb 2ft at the Re- sets e Training fiom n am to 5 p m P D NMitchell K thai iian for thi UMI _ Swartz chairman of a -jpecifir section the Shoie Red chnp- Hurt night that 124 appeared at the F i r Jut Churcr tn donate blood were 4i> of 48 appointments Kept Eighty-four walk in donors tv.ffl the total Major Russell Thomas chair- IVi thr PO14CE CHIEF Civil Jury Gtill Out lu Automobile ('ase growing out of an automobile accident, At midnight Chmles 1- Grt'cvj to lip- Denser man'i automobile found aJMndonMTnew Sulphur HOSPITAL Reports Divine Providtnce Men's Bucket Brigade Helped Put Out Blaze The. principat nf one citj sehooh aomething of_a when the oetasion or emer- gency ai But of a rup of coffee mav Tiave helped the schoolman and a companion from actually m thft blaze o Safetv-conscious George R Wai- st t 1h'e ter  School and Bultw' 5K Fourth Street firmfri Wlamsiort Born Tuetdaj; Prank The condition of the Rev Ed- 606 M u 1 b e station rvrr :a-Vngima line and mild- .___ loMr and urs Philip 1. Kuhns Born Tik. d-y: Willia-import RD 2 a daughter To Mr slrs Rabett -Miller, 16 JS54 at 1012 a n Ttie Avenue, South the former Valena June Wilhamsport, a Feb i6 at TU am The mother is the loi ner Shirley A. i ullerton to Mr and Mrs Lynn A Over- durff 922 Race Street, a daugh- ter, Feb 16, 195 is the ihompson I To Mr and Mr> H a i o 1 d E Baker, 119 Pine Stnet, a son, 1130 Feh. ifi 1954 _a.t 601 am. The Ben- mother if the former J-eanetle Mondnj'. To Mr and Mis Harold Leihp 607 Arch Stieet a ,on Feb 15 at 4 47 am Tho Florence H-. at 4 16 a m The former Barbara1 lpn near Admitted' j Ldna. Ven vl- Mr altets j_4 _ cnl'v iaat SuHflgv ivh p Haxen and at tne re-urmng from a safe-y mm rig m- hr.iip nwmc mtf men dec'ded to Captive General Swelled Flies lo Prevent Insanity itisii ui to at Jhc House that if the juiy u-aihed a Hi should be sealed placed in the of Ihe Jury foreman Ji would 'be read Tn court this hiorn- Ing 'If a verdict was reached after the judge the and before court Juron ere free to return to nd to return this morning )ut Afterttoon If no verdict was reached, the Police Magisliale Holds Decision In Driving Case Police Magistrate William J Mussina leserved decUlon un- til rwxt week on a charge of driv- ing while under the influence of J-M to at Court jnt0xiratlnn lodged IhPoughourTWl night P A McGowan, lormer The nine men and three women were reported dead- htked P.SO p.m. when they Into Court Room No. t for InatractioM. they h-d oot rinoe 4.80 our (or nipper. hoard the caw cfty ___ The hearing was scheduled for 4pm vesterSay hut was delayed luntll 430 pm, the time the ffense attorney arrived A main i witness- for the commonwealth A failed to appear the hearing I Ma_ wat arreiteD by_ of city Jpollce following an accident apd wife city. vac "H, at Market Sixth venwVMlw Beverlv Morrlwrr, Ctty about 9JO p m Durint the MlM Marlon The hearing wai delayed due to Rubendall, who had been a nf Mr McCowan defendant with Miss M >v dUmlaaed ai a defendant Rubendall, owhef of the car operated at the time of the accident, had filed counter claim for p'enonal In- and damages to car The accident occurred Jan 27. 1952 at West Fourth Street and D. WUIIanw, 71 owing Street) whp waa "roh- poened, tailed to r tor the hearing. It waa Mr. Wll- ear that VWM Involved In the accident with the Mc- Oowan machine. WM to the two Mr lOflc the tl.OM Verdkrt >and testified he received a bump During the afternoon, a Jury on the forehead a cut on the returned a verdict In Judge both- "bruued and cheit injury He said prior to ihe accident he. had an attack of laryngitis and that, in addition to hlfc Injuries, effected his speech and his walk- ing He said he was 111 and aUo suffered from shock following the crush r Mr McCcwan said the day frtU i lowing the mishap a local cfti was PH1LADELPHU morale as a ofl the he On W-lliam F n_ Korea >d Dean kept h s men a cup of -coffee Mr W Mr. Baltcer refuned. X-he old man went back into the plare and the Joclii men were getting Into thrlr car. Snddenh, accordtng to Mr. tnev heard the man call "Oh. in, tFtere's B firel" _ _ _ thp prrflripal >.aid thf) K'd riajrt lo cal1 the fire   LBCSs, Hrrh 415 for Tnhn J -Abbott of heat ng before Po- f'e'utr Co'o, whu-ie tar wa  129 pp" f-om fnr th "T Tf r- r the orgftrt- Motor uhat tt ra'led Truck for largest pi'1- PMTA safe'j di- d survey will by s ei- il with V) safe'y pxpem from t'jj-p? taklrg ShipJer r v e T would be and will run for JJrfee iJI to th> when travel t. Manning Middle- chrisfina fjtace Mrs M Elizabeth Mrs Jean B Tlr'fnan Muncy bdbv, Carl I Moore Mrs Mar- In h n J. Bodmes garet A Foster, J e i r Casaif Tho nat R Reed Rov Henr> W HmXal Mrs _ MKn_ JLrfiRrd" VVeston Kile" Willia-nsport LI rabeth Stfinbacher LaRtie H _ Freedom 7ane Minerva Weaver Matrhhonk Clue only -Kaufman and to gn on was the cover of a of matches Ahich IhP "otfl Thr ri' a sedan is ruw in John N, Reisdoif thp total "ilesg. m tu'np.ke so far this year Si p and have been onf of the 12 "The finr dav I b e g a B r.j en q u a r e s and and realh cot I Then 1 of nquaring i 10 and right-hand dig'fs es (fi and 70 and the The area 42 the fh-f Marry J Foltz 314 Broart Street. Thr-ir buckrt _ helped Mr to keep the fire from vpreadinK to the grooerr and lunch wtion of the building and from going into the upper parts the houw Mr and Mrs Baltzer's and ac- -n in 'he a wektv mforma- superintendent of Harr.1 Pichard Herlt, letter w-as mailed to Ralph Banner, _Jp Fl-vk M Lester 1 lock Haven Ffb 11 1954 was bortl tp Mr ijirye iivers. of Ans. on the w. Named tf ted math-natios mey dnv'e you to beating wall bu from your 10-Day Leave Marine Pfc. S. Farrar in June of 195J H A V F N A ii ----born to Mr ant: -Gerald Els.e Griffin Alvin Df- M Joseph B Kahl-r, Miss Mary Lwk fjai gunr, ,.xening Brvan Kenneth r MIT Martha C Hazel Enzlert Mn Morehart, Mrs Anna Emenhizer MIM Margarei Rfpose Mrs Mildred Margaret Shaffer Jacoo W M.ller Inin Lut? Floyd C Frederick J% Young, Avenue, Keruieth Mil- ler. 53 Prospect Street, Miss er.ne Sylvn ntudent nurse, Mri Arrnanella shoTrakT, 46 West Mail Wesr police aided been un- fhlef Kaufman Mr Ahbfltt 1n iKlelphM and that hit car ttolen and vN trolrmn li hn T'-Iff !r and Tr 1 he rf Car! C and Curtis Me xel! en i i'' 'V Ar >f WUJ'ansport TIP 2 drS'..T-f s 'v C'-- Mrufk h> the I uras n icl ne of the ronrrl Lurtu ptTadcd No revi will rftlled t. gulltj to n charge nf drs.ng Countv !i under the influ n f of intoxicating two v Jifvoragf-s beforr police mag- "Tgrit T i HaTTihurg _ tion Chip' Kaufrran the car had v-r. if ed during the past i W> indiraf-s the car wai apparently serviced since it left! Jury binds Six Cniilty IT rnurt Jtirv o Mr and Spi-rtts of FiPTiinK'on Mondav P eb 15, 195) lul Oh! 723 I Avenue Harold W Mr vUfe a at a on Denver hospital, told delitx  -tg preserved a record of never having Arthur C M Morehart Irpnp B Williams, it rowant, V L Mr Ma, Coup baby ctreet nf t D u Mr. r, ,f Hotnpr Mrt. Beaal. Re- hf-rsburg Doyle Packer Onn.ton camupl Gordon Howard Colorado when h> left Thomas D Dennu Jr a Act caw hime not for ian pMiip SchaU face maxi-_ _ Not Reported Stolen Frank A Plcard ri- SUt" pflliep told Chief Kaufman -lay ttie date for their nenrepc- Fred W T.R ittorney In charge of ernmem i 1 verdlet In the Detroit officer It U pog- Mr Abbott placed his garage in Philadelphia ofi -r wn of Mr and Firrar, 244 Ch'jrch RAf PIGItxN C LATROBE Pat- StreeC South Winiamsport, is sta- Smaltt a emelt-college coach with rirk 67 died >esterday of honed Camp Lejeune S C, and a big record, an iirfferer! in a -slate fall at the will return at the end ot nis ant football coach Csro-. Hosmter of leave He took basic training at Una State College yesterday Company. Farm Island S C Smaltt 34, bas at Juniata College in Hunting' Pa. for gevf-fi He a record of 32 w.ns, 17 and two and last year led JunnU iu undefeated season with rtndght victories. ManafMd Tuesday Feft 16, 19M A oorn to Mr and Mn Glenn Deitnck, burfj Tuesday Fpb 16, 1954 Adn.it'td Mri Bf-wnce- ney Lehmin, t lyi'.r's Barbara Wilbur Native Who Posses in Wild West Is l )ead Hnsbands! Wrws! 10, f 40 v -1 J_A V C 'M Tonk R rltal Son O iwthtiw futi Kidney Skm-Down MayRrifig tf fnrrr op tw. Cml >wMif br M pwn It i hev mtny A phase of American development the Hv- fliilng of the one step rlovr to be- ing ended Monday night wifH the death In Chi- cago of Tim KeHher. one of and la-wmeti cleaned up the the country "Ijtft Frontier x Although the dayi" of the WiW are aW fti jji JTiu .i fti ffti" people living it w a experience for the WllhamsSort native who went to In 1870 at the age of tiv'J In City r, although not to re- vwlted ure city after his boyhood departure known here a  Mrs Howard RD Sharon Rtsmm, Jennie Ryan, Lockport Mrs Alvin and baby Lock RD Mrs Stanley Frank   Mr BHse Westfifld. The work Iti wal n the iMritt II "paper drtKle One of po mad after tnn> 6t the and eentemwd Atf taking the Kelih'f four fermn 'of vpbr of if I' had living AftM tiie end 'if t-he to the f Hi of Central Railroad before ,Wph hie tn f after and Finds Daughter Unseen 14 Vears ruk my or bM to 01 m 10 Weald tlk4 to and TuevJay Canwn, u C.itchell. WelUboro, Nathan ConVpany 3 Dr Rail land, Canton; Marion Faitm, wtween Ridge and flam flo r t1 Wayne AvenuM RD 1. were uwl DitchargM'uwrenreMoiher alarm IflOO on High RD 2 Jerome Street at to wsth gmollne ffirtuBn iDiifi- itou Munq fa NCY UntryvHle Nola t jl hahy, TurtVitvllle Pt) I   

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