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Progress, The (Newspaper) - March 8, 1980, Clearfield, Pennsylvania Next weeks criminal court list 2 new officers port Matilda Lyle Fowler was appointed chaplain and Roy Wilson appointed conductor at wednesday s meeting of the fraternal order of police Bald Eagle Lodge no. 51. A committee was also named to plan a picnic for members. Summer activities to be held at the Lodge were discussed. Groups wishing to rent the building should Contact Robert Trump or Bill Abbott both of Philipsburg. The Cost of insurance for members was also discussed. Tickets for a fund Raiser were distributed. A Side of beef and a Ham will be awarded april 2. Tickets at $1 Are available from members. Love is 3-f exercise using the Cycle she bought you. To in. . Pat. rights reserved " 1960 los Angeles times Syndicate relatives of american hostages in Iran Are pleased but sceptical about the latest announcement that the hostages will be turned Over to the islamic revolutionary Council. Shown Are or. And mrs. William Gallegos of Denver colo., parents of one of the hostages Marine Cpl. William Gallegos. Hostages relatives pleased but sceptical the Clearfield county District attorney s office this week released the names of 29 persons scheduled for the next session of criminal court which begins monday at 9 . Cases to be disposed Are James b. Lanich of Philipsburg charged with burglary theft of a motor vehicle and receiving stolen property. Blake Becker jr., Reynoldsville ., two violations of the clean streams Law. Edward f. Sarginger St. Marys two violations of the controlled substance drug device and cosmetic act. Shane t. Eaton Philipsburg ., criminal conspiracy robbery burglary theft and receiving stolen property. Raymond d. Litz Olanta ., rape and indecent assault. Richard c. Anderson Dubois ., deceptive business practices and theft by deception. Gerald l. Shaw Hyde driving while under the influence and resisting arrest. Wilfred t. Cable Clearfield county jail violation of the controlled substance drug device and cosmetic insulation from Pagel r drug and alcohol commission ears requests Jid Ubois the Clearfield Jefferson drug and alcohol commission discussed the increase in requests for both programs and technical assistance in the area of prevention at its recent meeting in the Dubois Holiday inn.  the commission plans to fulfil All requests for services the need for additional financial support was also discussed. The commission accepted two resignations from the Board. Or. John Deliman and Eleanor Previs were thanked for their support and service Tif the boar a 1 Tim dawson1 of Punxsutawney was nominated and accepted to fill a vacant position on the Board. The Board discussed the need to explore sources of funding for drug and alcohol services. I Public hearings for the j980-81 county plan will be held March 24 at 7 30 . At the Dubois Holiday inn. The for monthly meeting will follow Phe hearings. I attending the meeting were commission members Cpl. Douglas Wrabel mar Fin Christy jr., Patricia Kirsch Harold Fulton Haron Mohney and Tim Awson program members Alary lash i o Ley Dennis Clark Clearfield Jefferson com Unity mental health Center and Ronald lash to county addictions Center. United press International relatives of the Pennsylvania hostages held by iranian students say they Are pleased but sceptical that the militants Are planning to turn the hostages Over to Iran s revolutionary Council. Mrs. Alice Metrinko of Olyphant Lackawanna county Mother of Michael Metrinko 33, a political officer and former Consul in Tabriz said it s just wonderful. I m glad it s finally coming to an end. We be had no Contact with our son since oct. 19," mrs. Metrinko said. He called us on our anniversary. Then we found out he was a hostage. During John s Call i asked him about us visiting. He said he d let us know when he got settled Over there. He never suspected anything would happen. We saw his picture on to on one occasion and in one Magazine. On news and world report we saw him blindfolded and led by two militants. We had a Call from the state department this morning and they wanted to know How we Felt. I told them it was just mrs. Metrinko and her husband went to Hermitage Mercer county last month to Light a Torch in Hillcrest memorial Park that will Only be extinguished when their hostage son returns Home. Alberta Gillette of Columbia Lancaster county Mother of hostage Duane Gillette 23, a Navy communications and intelligence specialist who was transferred from Malta to Tehran last july said As far As i m concerned we listen to the news and take it with a Grain of Salt. The state department has said All along there Are ups and Downs. And i just Don t want to make any statement on Catherine Shutty of mount pleasant Westmoreland county sister of hostage Jerry Miele 41, an 18-year employee of state department says she s optimistic but adds they change their minds so much Over marking 55th a or. And mrs. George w. Hensel of Ramey celebrated their 55th wedding anniversary feb. 21. Or. Hensel a native of Beulah and his wife the former Mary Parzio of Winburne were married feb. 21, 1925 in the sacred heart Church in Houtzdale with the Rev Houst officiating. They Are the parents of these children mrs. John Dorothy Belis of Pittsburgh James of Westland Mich. Mrs. Erwin Johanna Kosciolek of Roseville Mich., and Dean of Gary ind. They also have 12 grandchildren and five great grand children. The commission overruled its own administrative 1 Law judge Edward Casey who had recommended the plan be limited to new buildings heated or cooled by electricity. After Labelling Casey s recommendations anti conservation Johnson authored the move to endorse pal s full proposal a position endorsed both by the governor s Energy Council and the consumer advocate. The Puc also approved pal s plans to prohibit master metering at All new service locations and end limitations in its total electric rates which now preclude use of such renewable resources As solar Energy to supplement heating service. Pal s detailed insulation requirements basically will require new construction to have proper ceiling and Wall insulation either double glazed or storm windows or an equivalent Overall performance Standard on neat loss. Is. Shanaman said that obviously this commission is going to watch this plan and relate it to other electric utilities in Pennsylvania that s almost a foregone conclusion. Well be looking for similar implementation because the goals All Are so significant saving Oil saving Coal averting unnecessary Power Plant expansion she said. The insulation program is going to pay for itself Many times Over regardless of the source of heat. In Praise not often accorded utilities Johnson said i want to congratulate pal s daily police log Morris Cooper township police Are investigating the theft of a traffic sign from the intersection of route 53 and German Road in Cooper township. Value of the loss was set at $35. Anyone with information on these incidents is asked to Call police at 342-5691. Morrisdale Morris Cooper township police Are investigating a hit and run Accident that happened at 12 40 . Wednesday at the Pauline Pelton residence in Morrisdale ., damaging a Mailbox and the front Lawn. Police describe the hit and run vehicle As an older Model full size Green or Blue Sedan. State news summary Harrisburg up gov. Dick Thornburgh Friday trimmed the Public Utility commission budget to the same 4 percent increase he permitted executive agencies. Puc chairman Susan Shanaman a Republican named to the commission by Thornburgh said the governor s budget trimming May mean cutbacks in personnel elimination of Puc town meetings and closing some of its satellite offices. Visitors will All times. Be scanned at Harrisburg up the Public welfare department says Steps Are being taken to tighten Security at far View state Hospital scene of a recent Harrisburg up a consulting firm being paid $775,000 by the Public Utility commission says the state May have to meet safety and cleanup costs for the crippled three mile Island i f Secretary fools Boss Newton mass. Up for years mayor Theodore Mann gave his weekly paycheck to his Secretary to Deposit for him. Friday authorities issued criminal complaints charging Diana f. Ossinger 39, of West Newton with cashing 58 of Mann s paychecks Over the past four years and keeping the Money -$24,000. The mayor said she also had been fired. Mann notified police after he found a discrepancy in a savings account he kept in the City employees credit Union. All the checks were supposed to go directly into the account out police said some were cashed and the for Deposit Only notation had been crossed out. Is. Ossinger had worked for Mann since he took office in 1972, police said. No Date was set for a hearing on the complaints. Escape involving two con nuclear reactor evicted murderers. The metropolitan Edison co. Is department said Friday a crippled financially. That a vital Detector was being possibility is voiced in moved from a corridor testimony submitted in inside the facility to the Advance to the Puc by facility s front Entrance Theodore Barry associates where All employees and the new York firm holding a management study contract from the commission. Washington up an Independent nuclear regulatory commission consultant says metropolitan Edison co. Did not cover up vital information about the three mile Island nuclear reactor Accident. Attorney Mitchell Rogovin in a special supplement to his $3 million report to the arc said confusion fear and a desire to focus on getting the Plant stable probably explains Why crucial facts about the reactor s condition were not reported by control room operators. State College Federal savings & loan association 2nd and Cherry streets Clearfield front and Pine streets Philipsburg to be wed mrs. Janice e. Bell of Frenchville Announces the engagement of her daughter Maurene Elizabeth to Charles d. Inlow son of or. And mrs. John Inlow 711 Mcbride St., Clearfield. Miss Bell who is also the daughter of the late Kenneth f. Bell is a 1977 graduate of Clearfield area High school and is employed at the Clearfield county courthouse. Her Fiance is a 1969 graduate of the same school and is employed by Kurtz Brothers. A june 21 wedding is planned. Pittsburgh up Pittsburgh mayor Richard Caliguiri Friday called a citizens group s efforts to have him impeached As about 100 residents of the City s predominantly Black Homewood Brushton Section alleging racial discrimination and other wrongdoing have asked common pleas court to remove Caliguiri from office. Clearfield police Issue report Clearfield Borough police chief Blair Heichel in his monthly police report for february said 16 criminal and 23 traffic arrests were made. Police investigated 24 accidents and issued 662 meter tickets. Police also said 26 citations were filed for failure to pay parking violations. Courage foresight and persistence in sticking with its plan through almost two years of hearings and deliberation. The fact that this is a Utility sponsored plan undoubtedly will make it More acceptable and defensible in that it was not introduced by a Bunch of activists from Philadelphia or act. Kevin a. Hainsey Clearfield ., receiving stolen property. Joseph Sarginger St. Marys two violations of the controlled substance drug device and cosmetic act. John t. Harchak Houtzdale ., driving while under the influence. Robert Johnson Lanse corruption of minors and unlawful acts relative to liquor two counts. William Bowman Philipsburg burglary theft of a motor vehicle and receiving stolen property. Richard l. Smith Dubois driving while under the influence. Steve p. Franek Moshannon driving while under the influence. Gary w. Carroll Philipsburg burglary and resisting arrest. Orville h. Lines Clearfield county jail two counts of theft by unlawful taking and receiving stolen property criminal attempt robbery robbery criminal attempt kidnapping and aggravated assault. Richard c. Anderson jr., deaths of the area the Progress does not charge for death notices. The first White child Virginia dare was born in the United states in 1587. Mrs. Anne Giza Morann mass of Christian burial will be celebrated for mrs. Anne Giza 65, of Morann monday at 10 . At Christ the King Church Houtzdale. The Rev. Leonard Kuziora will officiate and interment will be in St. Barbara s cemetery Brisbin. The Rosary will be recited at 8 . Today at the Birger a. Freeberg funeral Home Houtzdale. Alma j. Maines services for Alma Jean Maines 60, of Clear Haven and formerly of 222 Leavy ave., Clearfield who died yesterday March 7, will be held monday at 11 . At Chester c. Chidboy funeral Home inc., Curwensville. The Rev. William f. Norman will officiate and interment will be in Bradford cemetery. Friends will be received at the funeral Home from 7 . Today until the service monday. A fraternal order of eagles memorial service will be held at the funeral Home sunday at 7p.m. Born feb. 27, 1920 at Clearfield she was the daughter of Claude s. And Anna Mildred Dixon Luzier. She was a member of the Kerr addition methodist Church and the Clearfield fraternal order of eagles auxiliary. She is survived by a daughter Tillie Tobac two grandchildren Georgia Ean and glee Anna Tobac and Brothers cd. And Elwood Luzier All of Clearfield. She was preceded in death by her parents her husband George r., oct. 29,1972, and a brother Albert. The family suggests donations be made to the Clearfield chapter american cancer society and to the corporation for aging Clearfield county senior citizens. Walter b. Gallaher Freehold . Walter Bruce Gallaher 65, of Freehold and formerly of Fallentimber died thursday March 6, at the free hold area Hospital. Born May 22,1914, in Bec Caria township he was the son of Valentine k. And Emma Jane Boring Gallaher. He was a retired forklift operator from Helme products of Helmetta . He was also a world War ii army Veteran who served in Europe. He is survived by one brother Blair of Mcconnellstown and six Sisters mrs. Bertha Black mrs. Mary Good and mrs. Ann Kough All of fallen Timber mrs. Verda Mccracken of Flinton mrs. Laudelle Beers of Bland Burg and mrs. Janet Shea of Freehold. The funeral will be held from the Plass funeral Home Glasgow at 2 . Tuesday with the Rev. Edward l. Clarke officiating. Interment will follow at the Beaver Valley cemetery Beaver Valley. Friends will be received at the funeral Home from 7 to 9 . Monday and on tuesday from 10 . Until the time of services. Mrs. Ethel Catino Curwensville services will be held at 11 . Monday at the Calvary Baptist Church Here for mrs. Ethel Catino 80, who died thursday March 6, at tri county Hospital in Philadelphia. The Rev. John Hawkins will officiate and interment will follow at Oak Hill cemetery. Friends will be received at the Russell h. Lininger funeral Home Curwensville sunday from 7 to 9 . And monday at the Church until the time of the service. Mrs. Catino was a resident of Philadelphia and a native of Dubois. Included among her survivors is a son Eugene of Philadelphia with whom mrs. Catino lived for the past 10 years. St. Clair shores Mich. John t. Waple 72, of St. Clair shores Mich formerly of Philipsburg died thursday feb. 28. Born oct. 4, 1907, in Philipsburg he was the son of James And Blanch Cupp Waple. He was married to the former Evelyn Carlson who survives along with these children mrs. Norma Aiuto mrs. Viola Nevattah John Donald William Terry and Robert All of Michigan. He is also survived by Twenty one grandchildren nine great grandchildren a brother Charles Waple and these Sisters mrs. Naomi Fleck Esther Graffuis Eva Hummel Ruth Ferguson Amber Helsel Mary Ellen Kessler and Dorothy Demonick. Services were held March 3 at Eppens Vandeweghe funeral Home in Michigan and interment was in Cadillac memorial gardens East. Mrs. Alice Taylor Mahaffey mrs. Alice Taylor 74, of Mahaffey formerly of Burnside died today March 8 in the Clearfield Hospital. Born feb. 23, 1906, at Cherry tree ., she was a daughter of Alex and Emma Ross Biss. These children survive mrs. Margaret Solley Westover Thomas Dixonville Delmont Union City and mrs. Richard Barbara Snyder Mahaffey. Twelve grandchildren and four great grandchildren also survive As do two Brothers James Blairsville Irvin Cherry tree ., and a sister mrs. Jack Jane Ida Coble Burnside. She was a retired Cook at the Burnside restaurant and member of Harmony Grange. Services will be held tuesday at 2 . At the Melvin Gwin funeral Home Cherry tree. The Rev. Karl Carpenter will officiate. Interment will be in Harmony cemetery. Friends May Call in the funeral Home from 7 to 9 . Sunday and 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 . Monday. Grange services will be held at 8 30 . Monday at the funeral Home. She was preceded in death by her husband Thomas in 1971 and a sister mrs. Flo Richard. Steve Zendek Homer City Steve Zendek 65, of Homer City and formerly of Uta Hville died monday March 3, in the Indiana Hospital. Born july 9, 1914, in Uta Hville he was the son of Joseph and Mary Zendek. He was a member of the St. Louis roman Catholic Church Lucernemines. He also was retired from both r and p Coal co. And the Pennsylvania department of transportation and was a member of the United mine workers of America local 488 in Lucernemines. Surviving Are his wife the former Frances Tramon Tana a son Steven j. Zendek or. Of Indiana two grandsons five Brothers and five Sisters. A mass of Christian burial was celebrated in the St. Louis Catholic Church Lucernemines on thursday with the it. Rev. Msgr. . Podowski As celebrant. Interment was in the St. Bernard s cemetery. The Bowser Askew funeral Home in Homer City was in charge of arrangements. South Philipsburg robbery and criminal conspiracy. Pat Couturiaux Philipsburg ., robbery and criminal conspiracy. Anthony p. Grenus Clearfield ., receiving stolen property. Dallas c. Webb Clearfield county jail burglary theft by unlawful taking receiving stolen property robbery theft of a motor vehicle criminal attempt escape criminal attempt arson and . William. Wise Clearfield county jail harassment by communication. Samuel d. Ellzey Warren state Hospital burglary theft and receiving stolen property. Ray p. Ross Clearfield violation of the controlled substance drug device and cosmetic act and defiant trespass. Richard a. Deters Warren state Hospital simple assault two counts escape and resisting arrest. Arthur Larrabee Jefferson county jail Brookville receiving stolen property. Duplicate Bridge club meets in Philipsburg Philipsburg the duplicate Bridge club met March 3 at the Harbor inn. Winners were North South first place Mary Beezer and Cecilia Guillard second place Janet Pritchard and Christine Hoch. East West first place Marian Dugan and Ruth Olson and second place Elizabeth Wilcox and Mary k. Custer. Winners at the club s feb. 18 meeting were North South first place Maxine Wrye and Ann Dunn second place Christine Hoch and Janet Pritchard East West first place Marjorie Mcgoey and Anne Knowles and second place Louise Stine and Dorrie Robbins. New rules at driving Park persons interested in using the facilities at the driving Park should Contact the new manager the Clearfield Volunteer fire department fair and Park Board a spokesman said today. Reservations for use of the exposition and Community buildings and the Grove can be made by calling 765-4629 or by writing to . Box 712, Clearfield 16830. Information Call also be obtained from Don Kelly Board president at 765-4623. Outage closes mall at Dubois Dubois lightning struck a transformer on Shaffer Road last night causing a Power outage that resulted in Early closing of the Dubois mall. A spokesman for the Dubois City police department said shoppers were evacuated from the mall at about 8 30 . Power was restored and the situation reported Normal today. Prior to the Power outage which affected both pen elec and United electric customers Dubois firemen answered a false alarm to the Dubois High school at 7 58 . And to a minor electrical fire at Montgomery Ward in the mall. Last night they also responded to a Blaze which caused smoke damage to the Riverside warehouse located near the mall. Government meeting guide pleasant Gap the Centre county conservation District will sponsor a second Public information meeting on the resource conservation act monday at 7 30 . In the Logan Grange Hall pleasant Gap. . Department of agriculture officials will be present. Ridgway the headwaters executive Council will meet March 20 at 1 30 . In conference rooms b and c of the Elk county courthouse in Ridgway. Chuck c. Wilson jr., Leader will be addressing the Council relative to the future of the program. Correction Philipsburg the grand opening for Mcdonald s restaurant in Philipsburg will be saturday March 15, at 9 . Not this saturday As was in correctly reported yesterday. The open House will include a Flag raising and ribbon cutting ceremonies. Harry Phillips Clearfield county jail five counts each of burglary theft by unlawful taking and receiving stolen property. David d. Shoffner Clear Field county jail two counts of burglary theft and receiving stolen property theft and criminal mischief criminal attempt theft of a motor vehicle criminal conspiracy theft of a motor vehicle theft of a motor vehicle criminal conspiracy burglary anal criminal mischief. Gary Boal sr., Clear Field county jail robbery aggravated assault crier Inal conspiracy robbery and two counts each of theft by unlawful taking an receiving stolen property i festival planned for summer in Grampian Park j Grampian the Gram Pian Penn Bloom festival and Homecoming commit1 tee Drew up plans for the a Nual Celebration to be held june 30 to july 6, at its re cent meeting. A a full week of activities Are being scheduled. Ralph Woodel chairman for the activities reminds the Public that a deadline Date of june 14 has been set for any person or any local club or group wishing to have a Concession stand in the Grampian Park during the Celebration. I the activities already scheduled include a play in the Penn Grampian school auditorium the Lions club Chicken Barbecue Pei formers on the open air stage in the Park a Talent show and a concert by the Community choir ending with a Vesper service on the last Day. Hello world or. And mrs. Jesse m. Stone of Clearfield announce the birth of a 6-Pound, 2-ounce son today March 8, at 12 26 . At Clearfield Hospital. The Mother is the former Mary Ann Day. Or. And mrs. Charles Zitzelberger of Clearfield Are the parents of a 6-Pound, 15-ounce son born Friday March 7, at 1 32 . At Clearfield Hospital. Mrs. Zitzelberger is the former Leslie Ann Kriner. Or. And mrs. Theodore Parrish of Mahaffey announce the birth of a 6-Poundj 8-ounce son Friday March"7, at 10 57 . At Clearfield Hospital. The Mother is the former Virginia Colussy. Or. And mrs. Gary Shaw of Woodland Are the parents of a 6-Pound, 13-ounce son born Friday March-7, at 7 35 . At Clearfield Hospital. Mrs. Shaw is the former Debra Owens. Center menus the Clearfield county area Agency on aging senior citizens menus for March 10 to 14 Are As follows monday veal steaks mashed potatoes with Gravy mixed vegetables mandarin oranges whole wheat bread and butter Blueberry Crumb cake milk Coffee or Tea. 1 tuesday Orange juice Salisbury steaks buttered noodles cheese wedge sliced carrots bread and butter Peanut butter cookie milk Coffee or Tea. A wednesday Chili con Carne whole peeled potatoes Green Beans pineapple titbits Corn read and butter Ricc pudding milk Coffee or Tea thursday Apple juice work chops Sweet potatoes Broccoli Roll Ana butter cake milk Coffee or Tea. Friday Salmon patties a Gratin potatoes peas., Citrus fruit salad whole wheat bread and butter pumpkin bars milk Coffee or Tea. For reservations Call Clearfield 765-9319 Dubois 371-0917, and other areas Enterprise 2696. I a dealer of Pittsburgh Points j 236-2670 $ i Peto Ottum electronics. Inc. 765-9603 the Bennett and Houser funeral Home m. Martin Homer Upert dior Harold Bonne to director 312 fait Locust St., Corfield Quality at Low Cost Robinson s men s shop Market Street Clearfield Carriage House Ethan Allen gallery it. 220 aito0na, a. Phone 814-943-5243 r0sselli-Centra Pontiac soles 4 service 342-0702 Centre St., Philipsburg Auto Rucoi Zolty of built ii Ronald p. Boyles insurance Agency 607 Mcbride St. Clearfield a a 7658152. Fraternal order of police names

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