Obit @ Waples Funeral Home
Former County Man Dies In Car Crash A former Connellsville man was killed last night an auto accident near Pittsburgh. Sherwood E. Bierlien, 27, was dead on arrival Columbia Hospital with injuries received when his increases to with that and office on fee Ike. I'lanninu; IJricf Address To Congress WASHINGTON, Jan. 9 W --I'rcsiitcnt Eisenhower reportedly reportedly has agreed only al the urging of congressional leaders to deliver his State of the Union message to Congress Congress in person'tomorrow. And his decision to trim his message to the bare essentials essentials of his legislative program program was reported lo reflect his nrrsmial belief (hat Congress Congress is in no mootl to listen (o a long rccilaf of the administration's administration's aims. Egypt Plans Appeal To Assembly UNITED NATION'S. N.V., Jan. 9--m-Egypl appeared planning today to put the Suez Canal dispute dispute beforc the 80-nation U.N". General Assembly, where large blocs of countries support Ihe Egyptian claim lo sole control of the waterway. Such a move was indicated by Â·ollideri with another atito ,,.. Route 22, in Churchill Borough. The viclim was Ihc son of -Mr. and Mrs. John W. Bierlien, now of Washington, Pa., but formerly of S. Pitlsburg SI., Connellsville. Employed by \Vcshinghouse in U L . I ^ L U ^ V U 1 JV Â»U3111I1SIHJU5C in j Pittsburgh since his graduation last. June from the University mg Pittsburgh, Bierlien was on his , way home from a business meeting when Ihe accident occurred. He was alone in the auto. A 1947 graduate of Connellsville High School, he was married to a Pittsburgh girl last October and resided at 1030 .Morningside Ave., East Liberty. His father was employed by Ihc West Penn Power Co., in Connellsville prior to being transferred transferred several years ago and presenlly is with !he same company company in Washington. ' The driver of the second auto involved in the headon crash identified as Donald Kcbbcl of Pitcairn. He was admitted to hospital with severe lacerations and a possible leg fracture. The body of Mr. Bierlien was removed to the Waples Funeral Home, East Liberty. Funeral arrangements arrangements were incomplete pending the arrival of the victim's victim's parents.