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Clearfield Progress (Newspaper) - December 13, 2012, Clearfield, Pennsylvania The Progress vol. 106 no. 293 our 99th year Clearfield Curwensville Philipsburg Moshannon Valley pa., thursday december 13, 2012 50 cents 16 pages Pear Santa. I want it All. Dec. 13 12 shopping Days to Christ Masin today a headlines. Judge lawyers to talk about a. Voter id Case a turn to Page 6 the Progress news dept. Clearfield 206 e. Locust st., 765-7813 . 7 . 4 . Philipsburg 109 n. Front st., 342-4763 . 7 . 2 . Curwensville 460 state st., 236-3468 ., 7 30 . 3 30 . Check us out online at inside today 2 12-14 15 birthdays classifieds comics dear Abby editorials columns Heloise lottery news in Brief obituaries police sports 8 4 8 16 3 16 16 9-11sports a Clearfield girls Defeated by Central 57-25 Paige 9 a Glendale boys beat Harmony at the Buzzer 53-51 Page 9todays Outlook sunny today with highs around 40 for Complete forecast turn to Page 2 �afid5 a fib woman who shot nurse hearing to be held on Jan. 16 night Light. By Jeff Corcino staff writer the Osceola Mills woman accused of shooting a Home health nurse in the head had her preliminary hearing continued for a month. Magisterial District judge Jerome Nevling continued the preliminary hearing of Marlene Kenjora 69, until Jan. 16 at the request of her attorney Guy Amatangelo. He said he made the request to give him time to file a motion with the court to have a competency evaluation done on Kenjora. Kenjora is housed in the Clearfield county jail in lieu of $1 million bail. According to the affidavit of probable cause on dec. 6 at approximately 4 ., Erin Schaeffer of Centre Home care services was at Kenjora a residence when an argument ensued Between them Over Kenjora a prescription medication. When Kenjora became irate and belligerent Schaeffer called Clearfield Jefferson county Mobile crisis. While on the phone Schaeffer said she saw Kenjora raise a handgun and fire a shot that struck her in the left Side of her head. Schaffer said she then fled the residence got into her vehicle and drove to the residence of Tshana Woods at 3228 Morgan run Road to seek assistance. Police chief Timothy of Leary responded to the Woods residence where he saw blood run Ning Down the Side of the victims face while Woods applied pressure to the wound. Schaeffer was coherent and informed of Leary what had happened. Due to the severity of the injury of Ary remained on the scene until Schaeffer was by ambulance to Altoona Hospital for treatment. Of Leary requested assistance from the state police and the Morris Cooper regional police department. The police set up a staging area at the Ohio Church located Down the Road from Kenjora a residence and then set up a perimeter around the Kenjora residence. Of Leary made Contact with Kenjora via Telephone and asked her to exit the residence. She complied and was taken into custody without incident. Police searched the residence for other weapons and found a 22-caliber revolver handgun in Plain View on top 6f a stereo speaker in the living room. Ii Ide the gun were nine bullets eight of which were not fired. One Bullet was fired and one Bullet appeared to have been struck by the Hammer but did not discharge. Police also observed blood on the chair and floor inside the living room. Kenjora was Given her constitutional warnings and taken into custody. After being placed in a police vehicle Kenjora repeatedly stat turn to Page 6, col. 4 y the Church Steeple of Trinity United methodist Church is bathed in a warm Bike Green glow during the nigh we hours in downtown Clearfield. Photo by Mark Falvo Schultz makes civil filing is. Sex Psi lawyer Bellefonte a a former Penn state executive accused of covering up child sexual complaints about a assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky made a civil court filing wednesday suggesting a lawsuit is being readied against the University a former chief counsel. Former vice president Gary Schultz filed a writ of summons in Centre county court against Cynthia Baldwin who accompanied him to a grand jury appearance two years ago before he was charged. The one Page document is not a civil complaint that would Lay out allegations against Baldwin a former state supreme court Justice whose role in leading the University a response to the Sandusky investigation has come under scrutiny. In the cover Sheet Schultz a lawyer Thomas Sprague checked off a Legal professional liability As the category of the Case. Sprague did not immediately return a phone message seeking comment wednesday. Baldwins lawyer Charles de Monaco said he had not seen the filing. But he said Baldwin has had a distinguished career and has an impeccable reputation. A the suggestion by anyone that is. Baldwin did not fulfil her ethical and professional duties to the Pennsylvania state turn to Page 6, col. 1 marketing plans discussed at Lake meeting by Dianne Byers staff writer Curwensville Lake authority discussed plans for a marketing Grant during yesterdays meeting. Shane Kelly operations manager for Curwensville Lake recreation area was recently notified by visit Clearfield county formerly the Clearfield county recreation and tourism authority the authority a application for funds to advertise the Lake was approved. According to the letter from Holly Komonczi acc director the authority would receive a $3,600 Grant through its tourism promotion program. The sum would have to be matched by the authority. Members said previously they would like to use the Money to Purchase billboard space and yesterday discussed a location near the Clearfield and Cambria counties line near Flinton and a location near Patton for the Large advertising displays to make those living and passing through that area aware of Curwensville lakes unlimited boating horsepower and its other recreation amenities. Susan Reed authority Mem Ber presented preliminary information from Lamar advertising co., Altoona for the Cost for Bill Board space. The Cost is $2,190 for 3 months of space per billboard. Reed said she wants to confirm with Komonczi the Flinton location is permissible since the Grants perimeters state the funds Are to be used for advertising outside of Clearfield county. Members also discussed 2013 season rates at the Lake. No decisions were made yesterday but Are expected to be at the january meeting. Jim Kling chairman reported he was not prepared to establish rates As he was still estimating the amount of funds needed turn to Page 6, col. 1 Dubois hires Heckman As new superintendent by Josh Woods staff writer Dubois a Dubois area school Board has hired a new superintendent. The Board at its meeting last night approved a 5-year contract for j. Mark Heckman to serve As the districts next superintendent effective july 1, 2013. He will earn a salary of $135,000. A the Board and the administration Are a great team to work with and the teachers Are really focused on the kids needs a said Heckman. A every decision that we make from beginning to end is a plus step for kids. It makes it an exciting place to Heckman has served As Dubois area school districts assistant superintendent since 2009. He a held the positions of elementary principal assistant secondary principal and director of choral activities at Brookville area school District and taught k-12 music at Commodore Perry school District and elementary music at Pine Bush Central school District in new York. He is past District 3 president and Region 2 chair of Pennsylvania music educators association. Heckman has an advanced studies degree and superintendents letter of eligibility from Edinboro University and master of education degree in educational administration and principal certification from California University of Pennsylvania. He has a Bachelor of science degree in music education from Indiana University of Pennsylvania. In a memo provided to the Progress Heckman outlined his District goals for 2013-14. His most important goal is to have frequent communication with the Community through a superintendents letter and blog and perceptual data surveys on the school website and emails to parents and District newsletters on Skyler he said. Other goals include a renewed focus on curriculum transitioning to educator effectiveness tools continuing fiscal responsibility analysing technology and focusing on facilities improvements As predicated by finances. A the biggest goal to me is improving Community relations a said Heckman. A i want to have an open dialogue with the Community so that everyone knows what a happening. I think turn to Page 6, col. 4 weekend events is a weekly feature of the Progress published to Alert readers about events planned by nonprofit organizations or events that Benefit the Community. All events Are open to the Public. To have an event included submit the information in writing to any office of the Progress by noon tuesday late submissions will not be published nor will submissions that do not include a Contact person and daytime Telephone number. The Progress does not include Bingo club events that Are limited to members and guests Only or Yard sales or Flea markets by private individuals in the weekend events Section. The following events Are planned this weekend in events this show features Many Winter scenes in a variety of mediums such As Watercolour acrylic pastel Oil and mixed medium. There will also be other themes presented. Some of the artwork is for Sale with a percentage of the Sale Price donated to the Library. Anyone interested in purchasing artwork should Contact the artist. _ Friday thursday ballroom dance a ballroom dance will be held at the Clearfield Myca Friday from 6-9 . Admission is $5 per person those attending Are asked to bring their own soft drinks and a contribution for the refreshment saturday Art show a Winter Art show sponsored by the Susquehanna River Art Center and Joseph and Elizabeth Shaw Public Library Clearfield is being presented at the Library through a. 2. The show is open to the Public during regular Library hours. Annual cookie Sale st. Francis Rosary and altar society will hold its annual cookie Sale saturday from 9-11 am at st Francis school Clearfield. The Price is $4 per dozen bring your own containers. Use the Back Entrance by the parking lot. 18rcdl f3st an All you can eat breakfast will be held at free and accepted masons Osceola Mills Lodge no. 515, located at Lingle and Coal streets Osceola Mills on saturday from 7-10 . Prices Are $6 for adults and $3 for children and proceeds Benefit the masonic children a Home Elizabethtown. A Christmas breakfast Morris township fire co. Will hold a Christmas breakfast sunday from 7 . Until noon at the recreation Center on Deer Creek Road. Santa Rudolph and Little Rudy will hand out treats from 10 . Until noon. Children younger than 12 will be entered for drawings. The breakfast includes pancakes sausage scrambled eggs Home Fries Coffee juice and hot chocolate. Prices Are $6 for adults and $3 for those 6-12 and free for children younger than 5. Christmas festival Grampian Lions club will sponsor its second annual children a Christmas festival saturday from 1-3 . At turn to Page 6, col. 1 Cau 768-jims 5467 bikes. Crossbows amp bows financing available a 12 to. Same As Cash affordable 12 to 24 monthly payments �?�$400 minimum now thru dec. 31, 2012. Stop in for details. 26 n. 2"" st. Downtown Clearfield free parking weekdays after 4pm All Day sat. Amp Sun

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