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Bedford Inquirer (Newspaper) - November 19, 1971, Bedford, Pennsylvania
Established 21 Bedford Xmas clubs top in county Christmas club savings climbed to in the county this As six county Banks sent out checks to a total of no county account includes in the amounts compare to and depositors last leading the accounts was the first National Bank of with paid to the first National last year paid to be Fords Hartley Bank paid to an increase Over last years in in the first National Bank paid to a jump Over last years paid to the Everett Bank paid the same amount this year As although this years accounts climbed from 925 to in the Hoblitzell Bank paid to 820 a in crease Over last years paid to 476 the first National Bank of Saxton tallied a total of in 477 accounts this the Bank last year paid a total of to 476 area Escapee caught in Cha Rebersburg a mount Union youth who tuesday fled from a doctors office in Saxton in a stolen car was arrested Here wednesday by an of duty Borough Robin an inmate at the state correctional institution youth forestry Camp had been taken to the office of Isenberg for treatment of a minor ailment when he escaped in the doctors Isenbergh Auto was found but in when Hockenberry was captured at he was driving another car stolen from a Chambersburg police police said patrolman Sylvester Robinson was driving in the Western Section of Chambersburg when he noticed a station Wagon being driven in a reckless Robinson stopped the vehicle and discovered that Hockenberry was the Chambersburg police charged the youth with Auto gun wielding woman scatters bus passengers Bullet grazes companion for trooper William it was an experience he care to who has patrolled the Turnpike for two years with the Everett state police was first on the scene late thursday after word came that a woman was firing shots in a crowded and threatening to kill the bus by the time Naleski and his patrol John reached the mid five shots had been the fourth had grazed the head of the woman travelling drawing an impressive show of blood inside the Howard Johnson the thirty bus passengers had and so had the people inside the the Frances Lee of Beaver was walking around the greyhound the Caliper pistol was in her shoulder Naleski said he Stop to think about he just walked put his hand on the pistol so she get the woman put her hand up to contest his but Naleski just let me see she and the trooper was Able to draw an easier they found nine live shells in her which was also Over her the despite some later shouting and was charged and lodged in the Bedford county police held Over the who was treated and he too was in jail Friday held As a material police identified the Man As Robert of new the affair began about ten Miles West of on a California Tonew York greyhound on the the two had boarded together in witnesses said the woman in particular displayed All the tendencies of an intoxicated As the bus rolled police she went to the front of the bus and began harassing the screaming that she could do a better and shed kill the Driver and get another she was waving the Driver Thomas of maintained his looking for a spot to bail As the bus slowed for the approach to the the woman fired two no one was the shells were not but police observed two Small one in the ceiling and one on the where the bullets Bobbin tried to get the gun from the then tried to make a dash for a Telephone to get while his passengers cringed in their the woman followed with another wild and followed Bobbin inside the restaurant while he was making the phone Call to the woman com came up to try to Calm her Ronnie assistant manager at the said the woman came in about he Paige was trying to get help when she came into the dining area hollering and waving the gun Johncour said she dont anyone move or ill shoot he said she fired one shot at the Man and hit him in the one police saw blood gush from what turned out to be a superficial after she creased him in the Johncour con she planted the pistol in his i left the dining area and went Down to the Esso service area and called the i Call up Here because she was looking at me through the Kitchen window where All the phones Are people rushed into the Johncour there were about including some from the some people jumped Over the he the Pursuit followed into the parking area and the fifth either in the lobby or just went the woman was by the bus when the first two troopers and More quickly by Naleski had the pistol and the shooting was she was charged with aggravated assault with in tent to pointing a deadly a firearms act and assault on the bus Justice of the peace Joseph Dishong or dered the woman held in a noisy and Paige was held in a Motel As an uncooperative wit he was jailed Friday in lieu of the woman was ordered held in lieu of trooper Naleski admitted after he got the he still Shook a Driver Bobbin stayed Long enough to give police his and drove off with his it was his last run for a Friday his Union called a effective noon no new winners in official count hess1 final margin 299 Dick Hess official margin of Victory Over democratic incumbent Edwin Daugherty in the hard fought race for prothonotary was 299 official figures from the 2 election gave Hess votes to Daugherty the vote count showed county Coroner Alton running amassed the highest total of All candidates with close behind was District attorney Gordon also with in two township two Republican candidates won by the thinnest Alphonse Cornelius Defeated Woodrow Black by two 239 to 237 for Broad top and Wilson won by three votes 618 to 615 Over Doris Reppert for Bedford township neither of the losing candidates has asked for a recount court House spokesmen the official count con firmed the margins tallied unofficially after the in the commissioners race incumbent chairman Robert Sweet led All four candidates with a total of also reelected was incumbent Stanley minority commissioner Stanley received losing candidate Donald Weaver received Republican incumbents the sheriffs and treasurers offices won by wide margins Over their democratic treasurer Elmer Mike allowed to run for reelection under the terms of a recently approved constitutional outdistanced Sam to sheriff Manspeaker won a fifth term with votes to Ron sniders the gop victories gave the Republican party a clean sweep of All the court House Row Marine dumped from car on Pike a Young Marine was undergoing rays at county Hospital monday afternoon after he was struck on the head and robbed on the Turnpike about Hospital spokesmen said Donald new was in fair Hes awfully but doing All Hes pretty beat up All they Lodge was hitchhiking from his Home in Indiana Back to the Marine base in when he was jumped during Early morning darkness state police said Lodge told them he was picked up in Ohio by a Young Man and he asked to be taken to Breezewood where he was to meet a Friend who was to take him to Lodge said they Rode As far As new then stopped at the Turnpike service Plaza there for As they got Back into the car the Man said he was tired and was going to sleep in the Back the girl took Over driving about two Miles West of the Breezewood she began slowing the Lodge he said the last thing he remembered he was being struck in the Back of the head As the car police said Lodge regained consciousness a couple hours later and found himself lying Over an embankment along the his containing about and an overnight bag containing clothes were Lodge managed to get Back up to the Pike where a truck1 Driver stopped and took him into Lodge called police and was then taken to the Hospital by the Turnpike state police said Lodge Only remembered being struck on the and that the other injuries May have been sustained when he was thrown from the Lodge did not get the names of the or where they were police said they didst know if the couple were a Man and wife or a Boyfriend Girlfriend
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