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Altoona Mirror (Newspaper) - March 21, 2015, Altoona, Pennsylvania S. I a a a i area residents learn Art of Pysanky Kentucky goes for 35 in a Row e nth Tai Magazine n Facebook Altoona Mirror a twitter subscribe 946-7480 pm brr web a copyright 2015 saturday All Access now included with your paid subscription March 21, 2015 judge kicks 3 has directors off ballot Trio removed because financial statements were filed a Day late by Phil Ray com Hollidaysburg three members of the Hollidaysburg 3 arrested on charges of passing fake $100s from Mirror staff re pods three Luzerne county men Are behind bars after police say they passed counterfeit she Bills in Blair county. Daniel Stiegelbauer 27, Jason a. De la Cruz 30, and David St i a Peli Rauer 23, All of Hazleton were taken into custody thursday night by Logan township police after a clerk at a Logan town Centre store called police. According to court records a Barnes amp Noble clerk told police at 7 p m. That a Man who had tried to pass a bogus $100 Bill had just left the store and gone to bed Bath amp beyond she gave police a description. The clerk told police she knew immediately the Hill was fake whim she touched it and she returned it to him and sent him on his Way. Police arrested Delacruz and the Stio Gelbauer in a vehicle in the parking lot. The three allegedly told police they were in Blair county specifically to pass counterfeit Hoo Bills police said the three would buy Low Cost items with the bogus Bills and receive real Money As change Money the men said was to go to their a Holder Quot in another state. They were allowed to keep the Small items they bought they told police. Police said the pair passed counterfeit Bills at Wal Mart in Allegheny township and at Boscov a and Staples in Logan town Centre. The three men Are facing felony conspiracy forgery and Misdemeanour theft by deception charges. All three were placed in Blair county prison after failing to Post their $40,000 Cash bails. A preliminary hearing is slated for april 2 before magisterial District judge Steven Jackson. Area school Board have been removed from the primary ballot because they were a Day late in submitting required financial state ments with the District As required under Pennsylvania a Public official and employee ethics act the order was issued Early Friday afternoon by Blair county judge Wade a. Kagarise after a 2vt hour hearing on challenges to the candidacies of school Board vice president Troy m. Keefer Aaron Ritchey and Brady Leahey. The challenges were filed earlier this week by another candidate Kelly Hinkledire a Counselor for the Claysburg i mine school District but a resident of Hollidaysburg. She said she is running for her Hometown school Board because she believes educators should have a say in the education process. Hinkledire said that candidates running for school boards must file nominating petitions with their county s Board of elections. The filings with the county also must include financial interest statements. But she said the Law also requires candidates to file the financial statements with the school District and this year there was a March to deadline for the statements because it was the last Day to file for snowy Spring placement on the primary ballot. Hinkledire was tipped off that the required financial statements were not filed and she decided to Challenge the petitions of the three Board member it the first question Kagar ise had to answer was whether Hinkledire As a Democrat had the right the Challenge petitions and statements filed by the three republicans. See ballot Page a Altoona school chief retiring Otto says he s had no pressure from Board members to in ave his Job by Riss o a ii i. Tom of ii flan in a Ltd Hift a i Otto with i re mss in la Wasil shovels Snow from the sidewalk of her Keystone Avenue my Home in Cresson on Friday afternoon. For a Story about the first Day of Spring snowfall please see Page cd ii Penn St. Students protest against frat Over nude photos by Natalie Weston and Mark Scolforo the associated press state College More than too Penn state University students and other supporters demonstrated Friday against a fraternity accused of posting photos of nude or partly nude women some asleep or passed out. On an invitation Only Facebook Page. Urging the administration to take stronger action against those involved. The protest took place during a snowstorm in front of the main administration building about too Miles away the University s vice president for student affairs Damon Sims told trustees at a Board meeting that the scandal provided fresh evidence that More needs to be done about sexual misconduct on Campus. Back on Campus later in the Day Sims said he would seek a meeting with All fraternity presidents this weekend. He also said he wants a review of the entire fraternity system with a close look at its relationship with alcohol which he had told trustees is a major Factor in sexual misconduct. Protest organizers asked the University to put Kappa Delta rho members involved with the Facebook Page on interim suspension pending completion of the investigations the also want the school to sever ties w Ith the now suspended fraternity chapter see frat Page a6 v a is a Mil Borrel. Otto is id mashed amp Sweet potatoes fresh vegetables stuffing Graves picked devised eggs since i960 Cali 696-0377 a exit 23, off i 99, East Freedom e chief Page a2 clasp eds c5-8 comics of i leg a not Ces is of tunes a7 opinion c2 Pun is d4 sports by -6 Sud kit be 2291 c co. F i so Quot

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