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Progress, The (Newspaper) - September 21, 1957, Clearfield, PennsylvaniaJersey store 21 Cooper twp.20 Philipsburg-0sceola6 Moshannon 19 Morris twp. 32 Tyrone 41 Purchase line 20 Huntingdon 33 duboishighl9 Clearfield 7 Renovo High 7 Curwensville High 0 be 11 Wood 0 Sykesville 6 n. Cambria 6 car Roll town 13 Captain Jack 0 state College 14 first with the news of Clearfield county and Moshannon Valley the Progress Complete sports coverage every Day on your Progress sports Page volume 51 number 223 Clearfield Curwensville Philipsburg pa., saturday evening sept. 21, 1957 12 pages today guardsmen withdrawn from school touchdown Gene Dixon Philipsburg Osceola area High school fullback Falls across goal in last night s game at Curwensville. Paul Lynch Golden tide linebacker As you can Sec is blocked from the play nicely of official. Mountaineers won 6-0. Progress photo by Jack Zipf 17 sentenced at plea court session seventeen persons were of Uta Hville driving while ended yesterday at a Clearfield intoxicated 10 Days in the Clear eight persons Hurt in crash on county plea court session when the Commonwealth s cases against them were presented to the court by District attorney Joseph a. Ammerman. All of the defendants had entered pleas of guilty. Cur by m. Lumadue of Clear Fie i county jail with credit for two Days already served Fine Anc costs. Raymond f. Reynolds of Clear Field turning off car lights to avoid identification or arrest 30 Days in the Clearfield county jail with the Field charged with sodomy and sen ence directed to begin August corrupting the morals of a 13, the Day Reynolds was com t was sentenced to serve 5-10 years Mit de to the Fine and 5 Raab eight persons were injured and damage was estimated at in a two car collision last night on route 453 in Knox township 12 Miles South of Clearfield. The injured Are William Raab 63, head and shoulder injuries and in the Western Penitentiary on each count. The sentences How costs. A Case against Tressie i. Wiggins of Morris Ciale r. D., Chest injuries Robert Raab 19, Driver of one of the cars involved Ever Are to run concurrently Cha god with failure to Stop at the in Junco .15. Head seven other person were brought seer e of an Accident was continued "1jury Leaf log before judge John j. Pentz at to the next plea court. Francis Raabb fracture of the yesterday s session for motor three men arrested for larceny hide code violations. The defend ants the charges and sentences Are Clyde m. Mckee of _ _ driving while his License was sus i jp5 of Pended 60 Days in the Clearfield county jail a Fine of and costs of prosecution Gordon l. Reed of Clearfield r. 3, driving while his License was suspended placed on parole for six months Fine and costs John d. Wise of Wesl Decatur r. D., driving while his License was revoked 10 Days in the Clear Field county jail ?100 Fine and costs. Warren Bowman of Clearfield r. 2, driving while intoxicated i in continued on Page 8, column 2 Industry offered by a. Official University Park a my the slate Commerce Secretary advises communities seeking new m o us by to help themselves by re serving land building adequate sewerage systems and keeping the physical tone of the comm 10 Days in the Clearfield county jail s100 Fine and costs Blake Maines of Clearfield r. 1, driving while intoxicated 10 Days in the Clearfield county jail with credit for three Days already serv Fine and costs Charles Curwensville a to membership drive to open monday plans for next week s House to House membership drive were completed at a recent meeting of the cur Wens Ville Parent teachers association. A Long blast of the fire whistle a manner communities Are More Likely to attract new m dus by Secretary William r. Dav Lin yesterday. He spoke at the 22nd annual meeting of municipal and local finance officers. A other state official or. Har old f. Alderfer Deputy superintendent of Public instruction said thai the strengthening of local government is a major for pennsylvanians if they do not War t the trend toward Federal Cen trial nation to continue unimpeded. Awards presented by the local government Institute of Penn state University Wem to the Beaver Falls municipal authority Dov Nigton Newville twp., lans Dak Lehigh Northampton Airport authority Lancaster Fox Chapel Moi it Union Quakertown Spring Field twp., and mount Lebanon vill signal the Start of the drive monday at 7 p. In. Parents and other persons interested in ing members of the a to Are asked to turn their porch lights on As of Rosq in off the House to House Campaign gins. Workers under the chairmanship of mrs. Dorothy Williams will so licit every in the Curwensville area for new for the organization. The drive will continue throughout the week. In other business at the meeting it was decided by the a to that some Type of identification per haps a badge or Arr band will be purchased for each Parent work continued on Page 8, column 1 injuries All of Madura and Franl Kuklinskie jr., 34, of Olanta Driver of the other car involved knee Anc Arm injuries and Dudley Spencer also of Olanta a passenger in the Kuklinskie car cuts of the head All of the injured except Eugene Raab and or. Spencer Are being treated at the Philipsburg stale Hospital. Trooper Roberl Harris of the Clearfield stale police said the Accident occurred at about pm on what is known As the Board Man Hill. Lie said or. Kuklinskie continued on Page 8, column 1 first Aid classes scheduled thursday Curwensville a first Aid class for firemen from Curwensville Hyde lumber City and Grampian Penn Bloom fire companies will get under Way thurs. Day sept. 26, at 7 p. M., it was announced today All firemen from those fire companies Are invited to attend the classes which will meet on the third floor of the Curwensville res Cue Hose and ladder company building. P. R. Hilleman jr., director of the first Aid classes emphasized that the Only Cost to those Palici paling in the class will be the Pur of first Aid notebooks. These notebooks will be available at the meeting. Named by Porter co. Pittsburgh James p. Ruyh of Philadelphia yesterday was named vice president and Gen eral manager of the refractories division of h. K. Porter co. The weather Central Pennsylvania including and area mostly with moderate tempera Tures and High humidity tonight and sunday with occasional show ers and possibly thunderstorms today and Sun div. I High today 72 in Northwest and 82 in Southeast tonight in to s. Kos paper Penna. Turnpike crash is fatal to 5 persons Pittsburgh persons Wen. Killed yesterday in one of the traffic crashes in the 17 Yeai history of the Pennsylvania Tun Pike. A westbound Auto and a Ira Clor Iraq Jar collided head on on the rain slicked toil Road Aboul four Miles West of the Pittsburgh in Terc Ian Fie near Unity a. Killed were a Man two women and two children. All were occupants of the car which bore a California License plate. State police said the car Sud Denly skidded across the medial strip directly into the path of the oncoming truck. The strip divides the Highway s East and West lanes. It was several hours before identity of All the victims was Learned. As listed by state police and relatives they were Ken m. Kelly formerly of Gladstone Ore us wife their j 1-Inonlh-old Clau Lilor Kelly s Bisler in Law mrs. Donald m Young 22 and her a a year old daughter Palty. Relatives said the Kellys moved to new York two weeks ago and were to drive Wilh mrs. Young and the children to Cleveland to meet mrs. Young s husband. A Telephone worker Al Beaver Creek ore., Young Recolly Al landed a communications school at Genoa 111. The truck Driver identified As Thurman d. Korns 27, of slots town . 3, pa., was not injured. Gerrard Gilbert assistant to the Turnpike commissioners said in Harrisburg pa., he believed five is the greatest number of persons Ever killed in a single Accident on the superhighway. Five women were killed in 1953 when a greyhound bus sideswiped a tractor trailer seven Miles cast of the ileitis Burfie Kast inner than Csc. In j Sci five persons also continued on pane ii column 1 King Haakon Vii of Norway Dies at age of 85 reigned More than 50 years succeeded by his Only son Oslo Norway w King Haakon Vii of Norway an old Sailor who Rode out he storms of inva Sion to reign for More than Hall a Century died Early today in the Royal Palace. To was 85 and the world s oldest reigning Monarch. The King had been growing weaker in his fight against a Cir dilatory ailment death came shortly after heart trouble developed Al a. P. Est Crown Prince Olav Regent o the realm since his father broke a thigh Bone in a fall in 1955, immediately became the new King. Olav v. There will be no Coronation Norway s Constitution provide that Ila Akon was to be the last King formally crowned in Corona Tion ceremonies in Norway. Olav submitted a written state ment to a special Cabinet meet ing saying he had succeeded his father. I Promise and swear i Wil Rule the monarchy of Norway in agreement with its the statement said. The 54-year-old Olav must re peat the oath orally after a new parliament is convened in Janu Ary. Olav s son Prince Harald received the title of Crown Prince upon his father s automatic ascension to the throne. King Haakon a stately 6-Foo 3-Inch former danish Prince had been in frail health for some time. Early this week his doctors announced he was suffering from the circulatory ailment and expressed fears for his life. A medical bulletin said the King who had been receiving in continued on Page 8, column 3 of erf e ruling on school plan if by official Harrisburg a a state jus Tice department ruling on county wide school consolidation plans opened the door today to what a Public instruction official de scribed As the ruling provides that the state Council of education May withdraw its approval of a county school blueprint if mergers have not cyl received Voler approval. In the past the Council had the right to disapprove school Consoli Dation plans. Bui until now it could withdraw approval once granted. Herbert e. Bryan director of school District organization in the department of Public instruction expressed amazement at the Rul ing and said it could Kad to i Haven t the faintest idea what is going to happen until the coun cil set he said. Who is going to ask the Council to Digap continued on Page 8, column 4 historical foundation at Philipsburg plans election this monday Philipsburg the Philips Burg historical foundation will hold its annual election of officers meeting with the general membership taking part monday at 7 p. In the Union Church. A Board of directors in addition o the officers will be elected. The nominating committee will present a slate and other nominations will be made from the floor. The nominating committee includes mrs. Richard Hess mrs. Summerville Easl Mcnol and an Drew nor Lberg. Anyone who has paid the membership fee for the current year May Atland the meeting. Other new memberships will be sold there by mrs. George i Woldren and Chester Twigg. Traffic toll in Clearfield county and the Moshannon Valley since january i 1957. Figures compiled by the Progress from state and Bor Ough police reports. Sept. 20 335 accidents 11 deaths. A year Ngo 823 10 deaths. If Sli total 17 lentils. Full airing of explosive Middle East is seen after bitter u. S., soviet Exchange by Tom Hoge United nations n. Y. M diplomats predicted today the hit Ler charges exchanged by the so Viel Union and the United states on the Middle East this week will insure a full . Airing of. The explosive Issue. Both Secretary of state Dulles and soviet foreign minister an Drei Gromyko asked in their open ing policy speeches that the Gen eral Assembly take up the Middle East question at this year s ses Sion. Dulles said the Assembly ought to discuss the question in terms of the 1949 essentials for peace Resolution. That measure called on . Member states to refrain from any threat or action aimed at impairing Freedom of any other slate Gromyko called on the Assem Bly to condemn the dangerous policy he said the West is Pur suing in the Middle East. There is no specific Middle East item on the Assembly Agenda and the West is reported waiting to see what develops before bring ing one in. There is a Chance however that Russia or some Arab slate might bring the Issue before the Assembly before the West does. Syria has said it May bring charges of aggression against the United states. Informed quarters said the United states feels a discussion of the Middle East would be helpful but that does not necessarily mean the Assembly would have to Han dle a Resolution on the Issue. The United states has a possible course of action in mind these informants added but it does not want to come out with anything Concrete until after it hears the views of other nations. The sources said Dulles Fel that Gromyko s speech Range from Hopes of an easing of ten Sions to predictions that any com Promise is impossible. Dulle spoke thursday and Gromyko yesterday. British observers said they did not find Gromyko s speech particularly inflammatory. A warning note from Russia soviet foreign minister Andrei Gromyko is shown As he warned the United nations general Assembly that Russia cannot watch impassively while Western nations arc turn ing the Middle East into a permanent hotbed of military a wire photo last night s football scores by the associated press Palmyra at Hershey Ppd rain Juniata joint 20 Selinsgrove 0 Hanover 26 Chambersburg 21 mount Carmel 38 Tamaqua 7 Lebanon 7 Central Dauphin 6 Middletown 7 Waynesboro 7 tie hug we Penn 48, hug Cath. 0 Lancaster 40 Coatesville 6 postponed until saturday night rain North Catholic Pittsburgh South postponed until monday Perry Scott twp. Allegheny Charleroi Carnegie Mckee rocks Bloomsburg 27 forty fort 13 Danville 24 Shamokin 7 Allentown 34 Scranton Central 7 Baltimore poly 18 Bethlehem 6 Hazleton 14 Allentown Central Catholic 0 Easton 31 Eilson Boro 13 Wesl Scranton 14 Swoyersville 0 Jenkins twp. 7 Pilston 6 York 19 Washington . Eastern 13 Dubois 19 state College 14 34 Bellefonte 0 lock Haven 0 Bald Eagle 0 tie continued on Page 8, column 4 2 Osceola Mills boys who set off big dynamite blast caught Osceola Mills two Osceola wills r. Boys who set off a in dynamite blast at nearby Eden Dale sept 9 were arrested by to ice yesterday and placed in the custody of their parents to Avail Uvanile court action. The youths arrested by officers rom the stale police substation at Philipsburg had stolen Dyna mite fuses and Caps estimated at a value of from a dynamite Shack at the c. J. Semple mine Between Osceola Mills and Sandy Lidge. They took the explosives Back into the Woods and set it off causing an explosion that rocked Edendale. No damage resulted rom the blast. Because of their Ages they were cd Over to their parents until he cases were disposed of by juvenile authorities. Their names re being withheld by the Prog because of their agon also.1 Dulles arouses senators critical angry reaction in comment on from syrians by William l. Ryan Damascus Syria i Secre Cut in forces Washington us sen. Mans Field a Mont said today the i vat 1 id us _ tary of state Dulles . Speech Eisenhower administration May has aroused angry official be placing Economy ahead our Tion in Syria. But indications to Day were that Syria and the so Viet Union Are proceeding with extreme caution to prevent the situation from growing to a dangerous crisis. Premier Sabri Assali and for eign minister Salah Bitar denounced Dulles Sla Lement As a new indication of hostile . In enl ions toward Arab countries. In a speech to the . Gen eral Assembly thursday Dulles called on the . To intervene in continued on Page 8, column 2 Here s a new twist Blooming Crocus greets fall s arrival today Don to get out those Winter woolens yet. There s a Crocus Blooming in the Bailey Settle ment and Spring May be nearer than you think. The Lavender Crocus bloomed earlier this week in the Garden of mrs. Blair Anderson of the Bailey settlement k. According to one old timer Spring Flowers Blooming in the today is the first Day of Only one mild Winter. Security in reducing the strength of the armed forces. Sen. Jackson a Wash said a the same time the Pentagon s orders to reduce military Man Power by men would re Duce our armed forces below Levels approved by this has been done strictly by the administration without Consul tation with Jackson said in a Telephone interview from Washington state. The critical comments of the two democratic senators were aimed at a new order announced thursday requiring the army air Force Navy and Marine corps to reduce their forces by another men by next june 30. This order comes on lop of a Faubus acts to obey u. Court injunction plans to explore All Legal avenues to Appeal ruling Little Rock Ark. Up gov. Orval Faubus in a lightning move withdrew the National Uard from Central High school ast night and was exploring a ious avenues of Legal Appeal to Day to the Federal injunction that commanded him to pull out the troops. President Eisenhower called the governor s action a necessary step n the right As Long As this order is in of act and until its certain reversal on Appeal i will Faubus said. But he added with determination that he will Appeal it. Faubus made the statement in an appearance on a Little Rock television program last night while the troops were pulling out. Less than an hour later a few state troopers and one automobile carrying two Little Rock police men were parked beside the school. Bui. The officers said they were not ordered there. Just happened to Stop they said. The Little Rock school Board said a few extra night watchmen were hired but no policemen. The action by the governor of Arkansas in withdrawing the de ashment of Arkansas National guard troops from the Little Rock nigh school is a necessary step in the right direction. I am confident that the Citi Zens of the City of Little Rock and the state of Arkansas will Welcome this Opportunity to demonstrate that in their City and in their slate proper orders of a United states court will be executed promptly and without Dis meanwhile people in Little Rock Are anxiously awaiting Fau bus next move and looking to monday morning when classes re sume at Central High school and the question of whether the negroes will try to enter. And a great Legal tangle appeared in the making. In his televised address Faubus said i have instructed my attorneys to exhaust every Legal Rem Edy to Appeal this he was referring to the ruling yesterday by . District judge Ronald n. Davies who said Fau 3us had thwarted the plan for integration advanced by the school Board and approved by continued on Page 8, column 2 continued on Page 8, column 1 lit ones room for one More pop dinner ticket deadline monday the deadline for obtaining tick ets for the annual agricultural Extension meeting in Clearfield is monday w. 0. Mitchell county agent reminded interested per sons today. The annual dinner is scheduled thursday at p. In. In St. John s lutheran Church Clear Field. Or. Charles Hosier meteorologist at the Pennsylvania state University will be the main speaker. His topic is our weath in addition local farm people will give a Brief summary of Extension work during 1957. Sessions at Clearfield oct. 1-3 youth sessions have prominent role in sunday school convention an extensive program designed of meet the needs of modern Young people will be presented in youth York sessions at the 95tli annual unday school convention to be iced at Clearfield october 1-3. Rev. Leland k. Fackler of ail Kersburg superintendent of Outh work in Clearfield county ins announced Fiat activities Are lated to begin at 2 . In St. John s lutheran Church with de motions guided by Rev. James a. Toomer pastor Bethany Evan helical United Brethren Church Portage. Prominence is Given to the participation of Young people Dur no the Rev. Fackler Aid. However both youth and Dull delegates will find Many Limu latin ideas in the youth Ess opening wic meeting with an id dress Christian education of tics Lor Rev. Charles w. Phillips will be followed by a forum relating to the theme. Or. Phillips in charge of the forum entitled but doctor i have a is executive Secretary Board of education Philadelphia conference the methodist Church. A feature of the sessions will be role playing a demonstration of new technique of Christian Educa lion. Yorlli delegates will Partick Pale in Here s How i be seen it Rev. Martin trestle new Bloom Field evangelical United Brethren Church will be in charge of a half hour workshop in recreation and techniques a daily event. Entering around the theme Bible study for wednes Day s sessions Convene at with miss Constance Chambers presiding. Miss Chambers director of religious education the first evangelical i i e d Brethren Church scout Dale will introduce miss Elizabeth a. Taft Scranton who will speak on the fourth a in the education of youth. A Bible depth study will follow. The afternoon s program embraces facing Felt needs of James Moon and Roger Jones students University of Pitts Burgh representatives of the University s Chapel Board will pre Side Lead the devotions and Aid in conducting a brainstorming session around the theme the Ideal youth Leader is Rev. Arthur Yeagy Harrisburg chair Man education committee Penn Sylvania state Sabbath school association which is sponsoring the convention. As members of the panel help ing youth find a life work a life mate and a place in Moon and Jones will present the views of modern teen agers and continued on Page 8, column 1

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