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Circleville Herald (Newspaper) - September 21, 1957, Circleville, Ohio Thunderstorms partly Cloudy today with scattered thundershowers tonight. Sunday partly Cloudy and cooler. High today in the 80�?Ts, Low tonight 65. Yesterdays High 82 Low 69. Temperature at 8 a. In. Today 70. The saturday september 21, 1957circleville Herald Independent newspaper in per copy 10 pages 74th year no. 223 full service associated Presa leased Wirt to state National and world Newt. Central press picture sender leading columnists and artists foil local news coverage. New open by pass today will negroes try school in Arkansas National guardsmen leave Little Rock area Appeal planned heavy trucks to vanish from court St. State Highway division Deputy helps Cut ribbon barricades were moved Back and traffic rolled Over the route 23 by pass for the first time shortly after to a. In. Today. The new 6.3-Niile by pass built by c. F. Replogle co. Circleville is the nest to last link in making route 23 a four Lane Highway from the Ohio River to m Arion. On hand today for opening ceremonies which included a ribbon cutting were Frank a Williams division Deputy director of the state Highway department mayor Robert e. Hedges county commissioners Clyde Michel Harley Mace and Wayne Hines rep. De Wallace Walter Kamerick chief Engineer for c. F. Replogle co. The by pass is expected to relieve the heavy traffic situation through the Center of Circleville. For years the heavily travelled route 23 has Bren a problem to local motorists businessmen and Law enforcement agencies replacing a winding narrow Road just North of the City the bypass should Cut motoring accidents considerably. Most citizens Are looking Forward to having the heavy trucks removed from the heart of town. A a it was announced by we j j hams today that the approximate j Cost of the by pass is 53.786.324.38. Line but the Tiger lines stiffened Hie but again Chillicothe came Bennett and Dick Boyd had Noth thit inc5�?oes w for Engineer at this Point to hold for Downs. Knocking. This time the Cavaliers Png knit Praise for the spirit and j inc a Section Quot and approximately in a were stopped a. A l5.Yard penalty determination showed Hgt he re a a flies for , which contractor used latest methods there s bound to be an unusual six separate Bridges it has two amount of local Pride in the new Concrete structures at one end of route 23 by pass which opened to j the overpass two steel structures tigers lose 12-0 hand Cavaliers rugged scrap in the Center portion and two Concrete Bridges at the other end. The amounts of materials involved is staggering. There were 1.482,525 cubic Yards of dirt moved. In the structures alone there Are 7,416 cubic Yards of Concrete or enough to make a Monument two feet in diameter and 12 Miles High. In the paving there Are 193,377 Square yarns of c o n c r e t a or enough to make a sidewalk from Here to Chicago. A the steel in the structures and reinforcing steel would make a solid steel Block 47 feet High Many ways new equipment and a de ant thick. It weighs 4,140,880 new methods of construction were pm uns tried out on the project and proved that cube would contain unsuccessful. Now Many of the in 634 pounds of structural steel plus prove ments Are becoming stand 3,032,246 pounds of reinforcing a re procedure for jobs of this Type. Day. The big reason is that this huge $3,,000-plus project was built by a local contracting firm. The c. F. Replogle co. Did almost All the work except for the landscaping and painting. Chet Hill Circleville was painting subcontractor and Joe Goss Newark was landscaping subcontractor j the balance of the huge 6.3-mile j relocation As done by Replogle. Work started in december 1955. Since that time the company has moved a huge amount of j Earth erected a staggering amount of steel and Laid Miles of Concrete. A in this was a Pioneer project in about 300 persons worked on the new by pass at the Peak of construction activity. There was $2,000,000 Worth of equipment on the Job at one time. It included the steel. There Are 23,061 feet of piling in the by pass or enough to run a pile almost five Miles into the ground if Laid end to end. Thera Are 28,066 Lineal feet of pipe ranging from 60 inches in diameter to first use of the world a biggest 6 inches in diameter. and the world1, Large there ii enough ared and xxi on Little Rock Ark Fonow that gov. Orval Faubus has bowed to Federal court order and pulled n in the Quot local andirons Quot out National guardsmen stationed by pail Smallwood Lier Alf staff writer playing on a rain soaked Field Circleville football tigers gave t0 in the third Quarter for illegal use of hands plus a to b1.l onh. It v 1 hop. Not include Anorak ser a fees up two first half touchdowns to when the tigers moved from mid Yard loss when Sines crashed Concrete Batch Plant there Are la separate structures on the 6,3-mile stretch of four Lane limited Access Highway. The Highway was Laid in two�?12-foot strips on each Side of a Center Parkway. Principal structures Are a Bridge which carries Island Road Over the by pass the route 22 overpass Argus Creek Bridge Pennsylvania rail. Road overpass Cao Railroad overpass and the Griffey s run Bridge. Drop a hard fought 12-0 contest to Field to a 13-Yard Stripe through to smother Chillicothe out that Chillicothe has a Strong the Cavaliers of Chillicothe last ,0se the Ball on Downs. The drive was sparked by the at Central High school Here the big question is will the negro students try to enter school monday morning the negroes themselves say they do not know. In the first flush of exuberance Friday Over the Federal ruling that ended the blockade some of them excitedly told reporters they intended to appear at Centra High on monday. But later each of them said the same thing in different was. Quot i done to know. I Haven to made my plans yet. There Are so Many factors concerned. It will depend on the advice of a lot of people. I m talking it Over with my their attorney Wiley Branton said Quot i would t warn to say just yet what we will 0 0 0 bit Faubus is certain about what he is going to do he will Appeal the decision. Although the tigers lost they had no reason to be ashamed of defeat As they came Back in the second half to play the Strong Cavaliers to a virtual standstill. In addition to stopping the vaunted Chillicothe ground attack in second half play the tigers managed to show a commendable offence of their own although the Effort was no sufficient for a scoring drive. The steady rain caused costly fumbles by both teams with the Home forces committing six Bob statistics Cir. Chill. Piru Downs Rushing. I 12 first Down passing 4 i total first do is nit s 13 not Yards Rushing. 48 Ain sri Yard passing in is total offence. Bijj 228 fates attempted. Is i fanes Roin plated. I i passes intercepted. A 2 penalties. 3 4 fumbles. 6 4 recovered. 4 a punt. J i . Aid i have intruded Blea and Chillicothe four. The to or do to to my attorneys to exhaust every in r i. A a f u for Asp Tracei it. I to 4f it covered four of their own within a mat passing of Mike Hosier with Jon a Archer and Bill Johnson on there eng cd. The chs quarterback hit farther twice for gains of eight and six Yards and tossed one to Johnson for 14 Yards. How Ever. Chillicothe took Over on its own 12 and started to drive again behind the hard running of Peck and fullback George Patterson. The attack was halted when Center Fred Sines pounced on a Fumble at Midfield the first of two recoveries for him during the evening the tigers got into hot water a few minutes later when Peck intercepted a pass and raced into the end zone. However the play was called Back due to a clipping penalty by Chillicothe at the 40-Yard line. The final period of play was con fined mostly Between Circleville to and 20 Yard line with the tigers beating Down repeated Chillicothe attempts to get another touchdown something they strive quarterback Dilley. Chillicothe then punted out of Bounds on the Circleville 22 and on the next play Hosier hit end halfback Jim Woods with an 18-Yard pass. Unable to move at this Point Hosier punted to the visitor s 35. Two Pla s later Chilli j Cote fumbled with Sines recovering 0 0 0 with time running out Hosier w ent to the airlines hitting Par j Cher on two straight passes one Good for eight Yards and the other 15. However Chillicothe a mar a shall Jones intercepted the next pass with about to seconds remaining. The game ended before j another play got underway i nor court costs. This 6 3-mile stretch of Highway i Gal remedy to Appeal this order he was referring to the ruling co that by u. S. District judge Ronald v miscues and All four of Chiuji Davies who said Faubus had Quot thwarted a the plan for integration advanced by the school Board and approved by two Federal courts. What can Faubus do by Way of Appeal a one of his attorneys. Hay Matthews said the exact procedure is not yet decided but that the a in opening minutes. The visual probably will be directed to tors recovered a chs Fumble of the eighth circuit court of a the second play of the game. Atter peals in St. Louis. Recovering the pigskin on Circle thit is the consensus among Vale s 20-Yard line Gary Dilley Chillicothe dominated ground play racking up 12 first Downs compared to one for Circleville. However chs showed superiority in the air completing seven of 15 aerials despite Slippery conditions. Hmm Chillicothe Drew first blood matter of minutes the tigers held the Cavaliers twice on Downs once on the 16-Yard line and again on the eight. Hosier finally punted out of Trou Legal authorities Here however they said it might be possible under a rarely used method for Faubus to go directly to the u. S. Supreme court they said they believe he could approach a single supreme court Justice who on his own motion might Grant a temporary suspension of Davies injunction. Keeping score on the rainfall rainfall for u hour period keeping score std Mark Raine Ali for 24 hour period tiding Al 8 a. In. .55 Normal for september to Date l 90 actual for september to Date. 2.is ahead a Inch Normal year. 39,8s actual Lait year. It in Normal since Jan. I31.w actual since Jan. For a Rhar feet. 1 Ltd a Sunrise. Ii is Sunset. S32 famous finn composer Dies at age of 91 Helsinki in Jean Sibelius a brooding mystical giant among the world s composers died Fri Day night at the age of 91. Lie had been in Good health until stricken with a brain Haemorrhage at the Villa which he built near Helsinki 53 years ago Sibelius left his imprint on the world of music with 13 symphonic sagas seven symphonies and several works for piano and strings. The grand sweep of his tone poem a a filandia a has intrigued and mystified audiences since it Circleville High schools March was first performed in 1899. The ing band gave it usual top per russians who then ruled the land Mormance during the Circleville of the finns fearing that its j Chillicothe football game last night grandeur might incite Freedom on the local Gridiron. Not banned it for a while. Directed by Truman Eberly and the a Swan of Tunela Quot with a work of All his linemen with Spe after the game coaches Tom Elal credit going to linemen ast Elsea. Sines and Allison and Bircher and Johnson in the secondary Ball team but hastened to add that one 0j the most modern pro. The tigers fought the suitor Heel of ctr Ohio the a a it constr pc. J to Heel for the length of the Genie. On and safely natures of inc us. Barring serious injuries the pm in jul de Jogn addition rep 1 boys Are coining coach Bennett j0gje use j pioneering methods in said. Quot we Learned a lot i Butl dirty the Road completing the ame. Perhaps just what we need Jet Abou sex wok a url it. I a 4 r in a a la a # of n Ane Al 9 it a. T a in a a a Short stretch of route 23. I just North of Chillicothe remains to be completed before the Highway is four Lane All the Way from Portsmouth to Marion. The partic j project was the most-urgent1 construction work in the state at the time the contracts were let. Work was started in december 1955. Scheduled completion Date was nov. 30, 1957, but the con j tractor managed to wind up the huge task Early. Others on hand for the opening i ceremonies were City councilmen de for the rest of the games he added. The Tiger played most of the game with three regular Bac fielders after left half Ray Phyfer was injured As he spilled a Chillicothe runner with a crashing tackle. The Wing Slot position was filled by ends Johnson and mood who did a capable Job. Bennett praised the defensive the Job to re landscape every front Yard in Circleville. Included a 1,585 forsythia plants and is evergreens. There Ere 18,470 feet of guard rail or More than three Miles. At the Peak of construction Replogle Laid la mile of paving in one work Day. That was a strip 12-feet wide. The worlds largest Earth scraper an mrs connected to a Wooldridge scraper with a capacity of the Cao overpass is actually i 41 cubic Yards of dirt was Pio i Nee red pm the Job. Previously the top capacity for scrapers was about 21 Yards. In addition the world largest Concrete Plant was built especially for this tremendous Job. It can turn out 8 a Yards of Concrete every two minutes at the Peak of production. It is completely Auto made run by push Button controls. Replogle also used a comparatively new method of supplying Concrete to the Job site. The hug Plant was used to make the con Monon Street divided on by pass effect a Survey of Man on the Street opinion conducted by the Herald yesterday revealed mixed sentiment on How the new by pass will effect Circleville. While some people said the tray. A a. Fie situation would be improved. A a others thought some businesses or 1 ?-it<?,.nly a Busine would suffer because of the new Highway. A Here a what Circleville men and women on the Street were saying Bill Stevenson 158 Fairview ave., local Barber a i think the the Point where it will be used. This is unwieldy in that More trucks Are needed thus clogging die usually already overcrowded service roads on the project of this magnitude. The final Date for completion Richard Penn. Harold Clifton next Friday thy to errs own Dudley Carpenter. Boyd Horn i by pass will Hurt two Titan re South Centra Ohio league play Ltd a Quot a a a a it a Tel Quot a a a a a link to Iota logic has managed to Complete the Logan in orly when the travel to Wilmington . And Council from that i done to think if. Going a .?3.�?�_ for a test with the hurricanes. The lineups chs Bondsmen present show at Grid tilt and Jim Peck advanced the Ball to the seven where Bill Fisher took it Over on the next play. Utman sch Huil f0r/rra.poipt felled on the Field by drum major j dark philosophy of death and dam stopped Short and Chillicothe led i 6 0. The Cavaliers second score came shortly after the second i Quarter got underway. The scoring drive started on the Chillicothe 28 and ended 14 plays later when usher again hit pay dirt from three Yards out. A pass from Dilley to Lewis for extra Point fell in Complete. Just As the second Quarter started the Rains came which made footing extremely Slippery for both teams. The Availer threatened again in the second Quarter when Peck broke Loose on his i own 40 and travelled to Circleville 29 before he was halted by Gerald Allison. The visitors moved on to the chs 12 Yard Cir lev Ille end a Parcher. Hannahs. Wood. Allison and Johnson tackle Manheim Perkins Wright guard a Elsea. Barnhart centers sine Wolfe quarterbacks a Hosier Greene halfback a a Phifer Arledge. Fullback Bircher. F Hillric Uthe ends Phillips Hannah. Lewis tackles a Darby Harris Stele guard a Evans in mall. Milter a Vert Cooper Center a a Loci Metier Mccarty quarterbacks Dilley Montgomery half backs Peck Fisher. Jones Hitchens Payne fullback Ramsey Patterson. Touchdowns Fisher r2 a Chi 11, cot he Lilloll Llull ii huh Ullin Rattlesnake bites but victim laughs Roy n. M. Pic Herman of Ogren biologist for the new Mexico game department was gathering Wood near Here when bitten by a Rattlesnake. His companion Shelvy i of Amaru a ran to his Aid with a first Aid kit. A Don t get excited Quot soothed Ogren. A this fool Snake Sank his fangs in my wooden president Ben h. Gordon Miller Burt anything Fissell safety director judge Terry Moats. William d. Radcliff judge William Ammer judge Guy Cline. Judge Sterling m. Lamb and d. E. Mcdonald president of the chamber of Commerce Darrell Hatfield Secretary of the c of a and sheriff Charles Radcliff. 125 Hitchhiker finds tragedy ends Luck Street a i Don t know what effect it will Ned Waple 729 South court St a i live on s. Court St., i know what it will mean Down there. Until now it been dangerous Down there. It wit be a lot better for the people on s. Court St., but businesses like restaurants and filling stations will be g. C. Pettit proprietor Pettit appliance a it wont effect girl regains speech after Auto mishap Marshalltown lows Obj Christine Sandstoe 13, made a lot one lung Happy this week. So. A a a a talked for the first time sine ably Hurt business by by passing the Chester Spangler. Route 4. Mary Ann Edstrom the evenings nation was second to a a filandia theme was entitled in the favor of audiences. Handicapped by rain and a Sibelius last published major Slippery Field the local Musi work was a a tapioca Quot which a clans performed with ease to geared in 1926 and a collection of help make the first Home football minor works called a opus 116&Quot . A. Game a Success. Was published in 1929. William woodwind or. The units Capers including the Sibelius was born on dec. 8. Staff. Of 2 million forming of a boat a swimmer and 1865, at Ham Eelena in Central a fish pole. Heavy Rains during the Finland. He began composing at program added to the realism the age of 10. After a fling at be although director Eberly was Quick Gal studies he dedicated his life estate now valued at $12,412,886. To add that the precipitation was to music. Not part of the show. A the musicians also paraded Bank Bandit vanishes through other antics which Are a j Miliar with vacation activities. Lancaster ifs a the state i Cambridge a Clair de Wayne Murphey Felt Lucky. The car that picked him up As he hitchhiked was heading for Canton his destination j but burp hey a Luck ran out six i Miles later about 45 minutes be i fore Midnight Friday. The Ohio Highway patrol said he and another passenger were i killed when the 1949 Model car town purchased second hand the Day be Nile Ana n. I k i a half North of Here and crashed nuts into a ditch. It w ill do is Cut Down the Street noise so we can talk to mrs. John Cockrell 156 e. Water St a i Hadnot thought much. A a about it. But i suo55 to will prob-1 the. Evangelical ho.pit.1 Hor. July 22, when she was in an automobile Accident. Christine a father and the staff were almost As Happy As she was. For four weeks since she recovered consciousness they had wait fore ran off u. S. 21 a mile and half North of Here and crashed no a ditch. Murphey and Eugene j. Put Cir Cie Ville the by pass will take f 0i to had tried Tome business straight through be a a talk but when she failed pause traveler keep on going. Christine had verbal aphasia. I can t see it helping business any or doctor said there was a fractal it will have a Good effect on i Urt a hand bar Foht far in u a traffic. It win be easier to get a of Bram 8 Sec a f she could understand things All right but talk. Hers was an unusual Case the doctor said because of her Long unconsciousness the loss and sudden return of the Power of speech. Aphasia occurs in about one per cent of persons who have the Chillicothe band also presented Highway patrol reported Early to an interesting show during half Day that the robber of the nearby time. Both bands joined m playing i Pickerington Bank was still at the National Anthem just before Large the Young Holdup Man is Kickoff. Leaped Friday with $3,43q. I ruling is detailed Man 24, of Hockingport Athens count Ohio were hurled from Columbus a it atty Gen. Wil new York William Wood the front seat. They died of Brok Para Saxbe handed Down two de a Type of brain lesion Christine had. Ward jr., slain sportsman left an in necks the patrol Friday. Christine made her first sounds the Driver Donald dare gripes j one said that the title a Register wednesday whue her father ing according to a report by the guar 21, of Parkersburg w. A and red nurse a or the letters Quot in Quot May Wald Sandstoe of Beaman was Dian of his two children. Two other passengers. Miss Goldie j not be used by a nurse during the visiting her at the Hospital. He in his wife Ann shot and killed Chapman 21, and miss Elouise j period of time that her certificate courage her to try to make More her husband in their Oyster Bay i Anderson 22, both of parkers of registration has lapsed. Sounds. House oct. 30, 1955, when she mis-1 Burg were taken to Guernsey the second ruling said that Blan soon she was talking eagerly of took him for a prowler. County memorial Hospital Here Ket Bonds which would cover All j going Home to see Tille her dog. Woodward left two thirds of his they could Tell patrolmen Little Drivers of a school District May estate to mrs. Woodward. The about the Hitchhiker except that be procured for school bus drive terms of the w ill were disclosed he had remarked of his Good for or. He said either individual or soon after his death. I tune. And Brownie her said nothing about her Mother who she knows was Blanket Type Bonds Are acceptable. I killed it the crash. Bpm Wiwik Quot wmssnwy1 a i map 1 % i of. 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