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a a a be Washington outstanding Five Year Old Child IsJOlled Arnold F. VanGorder Fatally Injured At Westons Saturday. Arnold Fordyce Van Gorder five, son of Mr. and Mrs. Forres B. Van Gorder, Westons, wa fatally injured when he was strucV by an automobile operated by Fre Maynard, Riehburg, in the Olean Tortville highway, near the Has kell road, at four-forty-tivc o'cloct Saturday afternoon. The little fellow suffered injune in the head arms, legs and pract: cally every part of the body. Hi little body was so severely broke that he barely lived until reach ing the Mountain Clinic. The mother, who received wor of the accident immediately afte it occurred, accompanied the bo to the clinic and she carried him her arms into the building. Clinic doctors did everything possible for the boy, but there little of the spark of life left. Coroner William M Smith was notified, and he made a post^ mortem examination. Mr. Maynard, in his report to Olean police, said that the boy into the road but was prevented the roaa DUI was yiuveuueu the Â£ rom crossing by a stream of west- i, nd machines. He then attempt- went into one Lee; ed to run back and he went the right headlight of the Maynard tr. A westbound automobile stopped and rushed the youngster to this city, ' ' He is survived by his parents, grandpaients, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Van Gorder, Smethport, grandmother, Mrs. B. M. Starkweather, Coryville, Pa., great-grandmother. Mrs. M. J. Starkweather, Coryville, Pa. The funeral will be in the at two o'clock Tuesday afternoon, with burial in Chestnut Hill cemetery, Portville.