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Clearfield Progress Newspaper Archives Feb 27 1991, Page 1

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Progress, The (Newspaper) - February 27, 1991, Clearfield, Pennsylvania Kuwait no longer sole focus of Allied War Aims by William associated press writer Washington Apas Allied forces prepare to claim their main military objective the kuwaiti capital City the Bush administration is turning its focus to the destruction of Saddam Hussein s army within Iraq. Pentagon officials said iraqi forces were in full Retreat from Kuwait and that the . Army s Vii corps attacked and Defeated a division of Saddam s Republican guard troops inside Iraq. Allied troops were poised to enter Kuwait City following . And saudi special forces that entered tuesday with Saddam facing the loss of not just the War but his army As Well president Bush vowed to press the fighting with undiminished intensity and prevent Saddam s troops from escaping surrender. He is trying to save the remnants of Power and control in the Middle East by every Means possible Bush said. And Here too Saddam Hussein will vice president Dan Quayle reflecting the administration s stiffened stance against Saddam made Clear the United states photo by Dianne Byers geography Bee winners at Harmony area elementary school were recently named. They Are Jayme Beck fifth Grade son of or. And mrs. Gene Beck of Cherry tree and Stephanie Hutton sixth Grade daughter of or. And mrs. David Hutton of Mahaffey . From left Are Kim Neff judge for the event Jayme Stephanie and Kathy Johnson teacher and event coordinator. Stephanie has taken a written test that will be judged april 5 in the state Bee. Lookup to in this Era of financial uncertainty a solid certificate of Deposit with a known guaranteed rate is More attractive than Ever. Especially when the rate is High 7-89 Day-6.150% and 30-month-7.500%, and from a Bank mid state whose time proven stability you know you can depend on. $500 minimum deposit."5 come in and talk to us the shirt sleeve Bankers about shirt sleeve solutions for cd rates you can look up to. Mid state ban a Keystone Community Bank wants to Render the iraqi Leader powerless. Saddam and his military machine Are simply incompatible with a lasting and just peace Quayle said. The administration s Tough talk was endorsed by allies. Britain France. Egypt Germany Italy and Japan All said withdrawal alone was not enough and that Iraq must comply with All 12 . Resolutions imposed after Iraq s aug. 2 takeover of Kuwait. Members of Congress reacting to the prospects of a sweeping Allied Victory urged Bush to give Saddam no Quarter after a White House meeting with the president. House speaker Thomas Foley a Wash. Said he hoped Saddam would be forced to account to his countrymen for policies that have bankrupted Iraq and left it in ruins. Military briefer in both Washington and saudi Arabia declared the iraqi troops to be in a full Retreat. But military officers cautioned that More fighting Lay ahead As the allies Cut off any path of Retreat to the North for Saddam s guard. Increasingly Bush has appeared determined to see the War through on his unyielding terms rather than embrace diplomatic solutions suggested by Moscow. In fact his conditions have been made tougher in recent Days with demands for Saddam to Bow to . Terms personally. The Clear goal is to deny Saddam a face saving Way out of the War. Clearfield Hospital court sentencing held tuesday feb. 2fi, 1991 admissions Bacher mrs. Walter e. And daughter Clearfield . Beish Justin j., Clearfield Blake Gladys And son Philipsburg Gregory Elinor r., Osceola Mills Gross Sandra l., Clearfield hav Lamar Clearfield Hull Vanessa s., Osceola Mills Lansberry Tillie Hyde Mallery Stephen w., Moshannon Peters Ella m., Clearfield . Shaffer mrs. Duane a. And daughter Clearfield discharges babies Are with their mothers. Medical surgical 2 to 9 . Intensive care unit noon-9 ., time limits at nurse s discretion. Volunteers escort service Sedona Albright Paul Malloy Pat Herman Theresa Kuntz Tillie Carfley Leta Rorabaugh. Information Delphine Smith Minnie Cupler. Surgical hostess Rita Bass. Gerald Lee Knarr whose address is listed As the Clearfield county jail was recently sentenced in four cases. Or. Knarr pleaded guilty but mentally ill in All cases. For theft by unlawful taking he must pay $1 plus costs and must serve two and one half to five years in the Western diagnostic and classification Center in Pittsburgh. He must make restitution. For theft by unlawful taking he must pay $1 plus costs and must member Odic monthly interest on $5,01 0.1 0 or More. Substantial penalty for Early withdrawal. Gearhart Kenneth m., Clearfield Kephart mrs. Blake Clearfield . Lefort mrs. Anthony Osceola Mills Miller mrs. Floyd Clearfield Shimmel Heather And son West Decatur . Shiner mrs. William and son Clearfield Wilsoncroft Rick l., Clearfield Philipsburg Hospital visiting hours children s Ward unlimited for parents other visitors 2 to 9 . Maternity 2 to 4 and 7 to 8 30 . Special visiting for Brothers Sisters and grandparents of new arrival when tuesday feb. 20, 1991 visiting hours 11 . To 8 . Daily. Maternity visiting limited to fathers and grandparents. Children s Ward parents have unrestricted visiting in paediatrics. Volunteers Franklin Stover Dorothy Davidson Ethel Deardorff Iman Haines Zula Dunlap and Ava Domblisky. Plea and sentencing held the following cases were heard yesterday during a session of plea and sentencing court held before Clearfield county president judge John k. Reilly or. Mickel d. Baney . 2, Box 251, Clearfield pleaded guilty to a charge of dui and must pay $500 plus costs and serve two Days to one year in the Clearfield county jail. On parole he must attend the dui school of concerns inc. And pay $150. He must surrender his License. In another Case or. Baney pleaded guilty to dui and must pay $750 plus costs and must serve 30 Days to one year in the county jail consecutive to the previous sentence. On parole he must attend the Gateway Institute group intervention program at a Cost of $180. For a charge of false reports to Law enforcement authorities he must pay $100 plus costs and for a summary violation of Stop and yield signs he must pay $35 plus costs for accidents involving damage to unattended vehicle he must pay $50 plus costs and for duty to give information he must pay $50 plus costs. Brian Todd quairiere of 105 Olive ave., Dubois who is charged with aggravated assault simple assault and recklessly endangering another person had his Case continued. William Schreiber of 509 Church St., Dubois pleaded guilty to terroristic threats and must pay $250 plus costs and must serve two months to two years less one Day in the county jail he must attend the life coping skills program at Clearfield Jefferson mental health mental retardation Center and pay costs. He must have no Contact with the victims. For a charge of simple assault he must pay $250 plus costs. Rick Mcgarry of Glen Richey who is charged with statutory rape involuntary deviate sexual Intercourse indecent assault indecent exposure Selling furnishing alcohol to minors and corruption of minors had his Case continued. Timothy Mcdonald of . 4, Box 407a, Dubois pleaded guilty to dui and must pay $750 plus costs and must serve 30 Days to one year in the county jail. He must attend the dui group intervention program at Mhor at a Cost of $180. For a summary violation of vehicle entering or crossing Roadway he must pay $35 plus costs. A charge of driving under suspension dui related was remanded for decision to the District Justice. Randall Hipps of Flegal Road . 2, Clearfield pleaded guilty to terroristic threats and must pay $100 plus costs and must serve four months to two years less one Day in the county jail. For a charge of disorderly conduct he must pay $50 plus costs and for a summary violation of Public drunkenness he serve three to seven years at a dec concurrent to the previous sentence. For four counts of burglary he must pay $1 plus costs and must serve four to 20 years at a dec on each count concurrent to the previous sentences. He must also make restitution. For three counts of burglary lie must pay $1 plus costs and Musl serve four to 20 years at a dec on each count to run concurrent. For three counts of criminal conspiracy he must pay $1 plus costs on each count. Must pay $50 plus costs. In addition he must have no Contact with the victim. Robert Kinzey whose address is listed As the county jail was scheduled for sentencing on three cases in which he was charged As follows the first Case involved four counts criminal attempt homicide four counts aggravated assault recklessly endangering another person. The second Case was two counts Possession of a controlled substance two counts of delivery of a controlled substance three counts Possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance criminal attempt to possess with intent to deliver. The third Case included resisting arrest or other Law enforcement firearms not to be carried without a License former convict not to own firearm. All were continued. John Powell whose address is listed As the county jail pleaded guilty to theft by unlawful taking and must pay $1,000 plus costs and must serve 90 Days to two years less one Day in the county jail. On parole he must make restitution. For a summary violation of Public drunkenness he must pay $50 plus costs and for disorderly conduct he must pay $50 plus costs. A Bench warrant was removed against or. Powell and he will receive credit for time served. Jerry Michael Shaw of 208 Nichol St., East Side Clearfield pleaded guilty to terroristic threats and must pay $200 plus costs and must serve five Days to one year in the county jail. Allen Scott Sheen whose address is listed As the county jail pleaded guilty to retail theft and must pay $1,000 plus costs and must serve five months to two years in the county jail. He must make restitution. Jody Smeal of . 1, Box 26, Woodland pleaded guilty to dui and must pay $500 plus costs and must serve six months to two years less one Day in the county jail. He must attend the dui school of concerns inc. At a Cost of $150 and must Complete the Mhor group intervention program at a Cost of $180. He must surrender his License. For a summary violation of reckless driving tie must pay $35 plus costs. Sandra Weisner of . 2, Box 390, Brockway pleaded guilty to theft by unlawful taking and must pay $300 plus costs and must serve one year probation. She must make restitution. Lynn James jury whose address is listed As the county jail pleaded guilty to theft by unlawful taking and must pay $1 plus costs and must serve two to seven years at the Western diagnostic and classification Center in Pittsburgh. He must also make restitution. In another Case or. Jury pleaded guilty to criminal attempt theft and received the same sentence to run concurrent to the previous sentence. Leitzinger s 234 East Market St. 814-765-9631 Thek a edic the mattress sleeping the world 90 Days same As Cash to qualified buyers gently firm Border guard supreme quilt top $79 twin size full size $109 a. Pc. A. Pc. Prestige  extra firm twin size $109 a. Pc. Full size 149 a. Pc. Queen size 379 2 pc. Set 3 pc. Set King size special order 499 3pc.set Sapphire  medium firm twin size m29 a. Pc. Full size $179 a. Pc. Queen size $399 2 3 pc. Set King size special order 5993pc. 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