Altoona Mirror, December 22, 1986, Page 39

Altoona Mirror

December 22, 1986

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Altoona Mirror (Newspaper) - December 22, 1986, Altoona, Pennsylvania Page B8 Altoona Mirror, Monday. December 22, 1986 Mirror photo by David S. Love THE BLAIR COUNTY Medical Society Auxiliary presented Christmas stockings to patients of the Altoona Hospital Community Mental Health Center recently. Presenting the stockings were (from Dennis Navarro, in-patient program coordinator; Mrs. Doo Whan Cho, mental health committee chairman, and Barbara Macek, auxiliary president. Man, 26, wanted on rape charges Pennsylvania Crime Stoppers is offering a reward of up to for information leading to the arrest of Joseph James Fuller, 26, who is wanted by state police in Uniontown for sentencing on charges of rape, involuntary deviate sexual In- tercourse, indecent assault and con- spiracy. The charges were filed as a result of sexual assaults which occurred Jan. 14, 1984 along Jacobs Creek Road in South Huntingdon Town- ship, Westmoreland County. Fuller and (wo others attacked the victim while they were taking her home from a party. One of the suspects pleaded guilty and the other two were given trials ,and were found guilty. Fuller, who uses the alias ol Joseph Smith, failed to appear for sentencing on Sept. 24, 1984 and a bench warrant for his arrest was Meeting canceled issued by the Westmoreland County courts. Fuller is a white man with brown hair and blue eyes. He is 5 feet 10 inches tall and weighs 150 pounds. Fuller has tattoos of a cross on his lower left arm and the name "Joe" on his upper right arm. He Is a drifter with no particular job skills. His last known address Is Van- derbilt RD 1, Fayette County. Fuller has friends and relatives around Uniontown, Brownsville and Dawson, all in Fayette County. However, investigators believe he could be anywhere in Pennsylvania and may possess identification with the Smith name. In addition to this particular "Wanted cash rewards will also be paid by Pennsylvania Crime Stoppers for information leading to the arrest of and filing of an information against people in- volved in any unsolved serious crime or the capture of any other wanted people. Joseph J. Fuller Information may be provided by calling Pennsylvania Crime Stoppers toll-free at 1-800-4PA- TIPS. Callers do not have to give their names. HOLLIDAYSBURG: THE MIRROR HAS YOU COVERED. The Altoona Area Taxpayers League will not meet in December. The next meeting will be Jan. 27. jj IN LOVING MEMORY OF GLENDA McGUIRE September 14, 1935 December 22, 1985 MOM, Your gentle face and patient smile with sadness we recall You had a kindly word for each and died beloved by all The voice is mute and stilled the heart that loved as well and true, Ah, bitter was the trail to part from one so good as you. You arc not forgotten loved one nor will you ever be As long as life and memory last we will remember thee. 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