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Daily News (Newspaper) - April 28, 1990, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania Page 2 the daily news Huntingdon Saxton mount Union Orbisonia a saturday april 28 1990 obituaries James t Noel or James t Noel or 59 of 301 rolling Ridge drive slate College died at pm thursday april 26 1990 in the Centre Community Hospital state College bom at Waterstreet on nov 10 1930 he was the son of Collins a Noel on april 22 1952 he was United in marriage with the former Elsie g Hammond surviving arc his wife at Home three daughters Nancy Ann Noel of state College Cynthia j pc agcy of Sauls Burg and Linda k Bowman belief onto re 4 three sons James t Noel or of Alexandria Timothy a Noel of Peters Burg and Kim Allen Noel Texas seven grandchildren and a sister Ruth Hammond of Tyrone or Noel was a us army Veteran of the korean conflict and served until 1955 during his life he had been a Farmer in both Huntingdon and Centre counties private funeral services will be held at the convenience of the family at the Koch funeral Home 2401 s Atherton St state College with the Rev Gary h Beasley officiating interment will be in the Mooresville cemetery Peters Burg re 1 there will be no visitation memorial contributions May be made to the american lung association 205 e Beaver ave state College a 16801 or to the Assembly of god Church 2643 w College ave state College a 16803 pc Blair Hospital april 27 1990 admitted Lois Jean Kifer Huntingdon re 1 Coarm Shively Cassville Lynne Childs 746 Washington so Huntingdon Nancy j Marker her 61 Mill Creek Dennis or coming Saxton re 1 Patricia Lewis hc1 Spruce Creek Kathryn Mills 621 sixth St Huntingdon Teresa Renninger 908 Mifflin St Huntingdon Timothy Barmett 1611 Perm St Huntingdon Kyle Cohenour three Springs re 1 Elsie Hoover James Creek re 1 Brittnie Scott Yeagertown discharged Jacob h Atherton mount Union or 1 Glenn d Brechbiel Mapleton Mem cd Brown Huntingdon re 1 Mabel Brumbaugh James Creek re Buster Lalonde Cassville Lucinda Lynn Mapleton re 1 David rorer Shirleysburg re 1 Myrtle m Shields 19 e Vandeven Der St mount Union Connie speck 413 13th St Huntingdon Isabelle a Wilt 321 Mifflin St Huntingdon committee cont from Page 1 company will have food stands on the Midway with plenty of Good whole some eats including homemade soup the trough Creek sportsmen will be Back this year with skeet shooting on Friday saturday and sunday admission will be is per person with no charge for parking one admission charge entitles the Patron to everything inside the Fence without additional charge except the Wagon rides chairman Tennis said today his hard working committee includes Jesse Shriner Robert Itinger Alfred scratch Itinger Brian Grove de Kammerer Lloyd Guyer and Connie re Harl photo by Barry Grubi the big and the Littles spent an evening meal together at original italian pizza in Huntingdon this week to observe National big Sisters week Eileen Moore far right the driving Force behind the establishment of the organization in Huntingdon county said it was a first Opportunity to treat the big for their volunteerism left to right Are pairs Bill Walters and Mike Paul Simcal and Jeff and Jennifer and Karen Montani and Ted Yoder and Moore of the Board there Are More kids waiting to be paired with an adult Call 6436955 for More details Camp Hill uprising investigation begins Petersburg mans truck involved in six vehicle pileup six vehicles were damaged and four persons injured yesterday when a dump truck operated by a Petersburg re 1 Man lost its brakes while nearing an intersection in Spring township Centre county time of the Accident was Given As pm according to Spring township police Clinton Charles hawn or 26 of Petersburg re 1 was operating a 1970 Cri Axle dump truck owned by Stone Valley construction co of Pine Grove Mills North on or 150 when he lost the brakes on his truck he swerved into the southbound Lane to avoid traffic stopped at the signal Light at the intersection of routes 150 and 550 in doing so Hans truck sides wiped a 1975 Mack Concrete mixer Rig owned by so Mcsley Supply co inc of Johnstown and operated by Timothy Scott Smith 34 of 1500 Circleville Road state College the dump truck then struck three other vehicles before leaving the Road Way and overturning coming to rest on its Side a fourth vehicle was also struck As the dump truck left the Roadway hawn Smith and iwo other persons Arlene Milton 42 of Bellefonte and Jennifer Fye 24 of Moshannon sustained injuries and were taken by Logan and Milesburg ambulance services to Centre Community Hospi Tal state College where All four were treated and released in addition to the two trucks the other vehicles involved were a 1984 Ford pickup truck 89 Oldsmobile 88 Chevrolet Blazer and 81 Suburu no damage estimates have been made but police report four vehicles were towed from the Accident site investigation of the Accident is continuing the Spring township police were assisted at the scene by the Bellefonte police state police from Rockview sub station and the Logan fire co Bellefonte the Mcconnellstown playhouse presents Hay fever by Noel Coward thurs Frt sat april 26 27 28 curtain 8 pm adults 600 Cit 500 to Reserve a seat Call 6270311 produced by special arrangement with Samuel French inc season tickets available planning a trip Call 8007622302 airlines tickets mailed or delivered you dont have to be a member to use aaa travel Agency 33 n Brown Lewistown a Mike Whaen mgr Good food Doggone Good prices too Cora eds cafe 6435442 13th Washington its 6435442 were not fancy just Good saturday april 28 surf turf your Choice filet mignon steamed shrimp Only new York strip Steak available everyday of the week sunday april 29 roast fresh Turkey breasts445 baby beef country Ham steak435 baked Haddock fillet450 fresh Cut All Dimun Cone compete with lid at slow vef Cuble Dame it and Coffee or Tea governor cont from Page 1 Philadelphia charging that the Law is unconstitutional one suit came from first City Finan Cial corp representing the interests of the bal Zberg family of Vancouver which has obtained 115 percent of Armstrong the other was filed by two Small shareholders not affiliated with the Belz bergs the bal Zberg suit charges that the anti takeover Law violates the first amendment rights of the us Constitution As Well As the interstate Commerce clause it is truly regrettable that the Well intentioned legislators and gov Casey were stampeded into enacting this new Law which is an abomination said Richard Greenfield a Haverford a lawyer representing two shareholders not affiliated with the Belzberg named in the suits arc members of the Board of directors of Armstrong Secretary of state James Haggerty and attorney general Ernie Prate or among those sharing the platform with Casey was sen Noah Wengyr r Lancaster who introduced the Legisla Tion last october in response to a takeover threat against Armstrong under the Law corporate raiders must return or disgorge profits taken on Stock sales within 18 months of initiating a hostile takeover attempt the provision is the first of its kind in the nation the Law also denies voting rights to shareholders owning 20 percent or More of a corporations shares if they attempt to change management control unless the voting rights Are restored by a majority of the disinterested shareholders a third provision tightens existing state Law to require corporations boards of directors to consider the potential Impact of a change of owner ship on employees suppliers and the surrounding Community an opt out pro vision allows corporations that do not want to be protected by the Law to exempt themselves within the next 90 Days the Bill passed easily in both the House and the Senate this week Pennsylvania has about 300 corporations that would be affected by the Law for labor which supported the legis lation the Law mandates 26 weeks of Severance pay and benefits for workers Laid off due to a hostile takeover the Belzberg notified the securities and Exchange commission last year it views Armstrong As a possible acquisition target but it has not made a tender offer for the company shares spokesmen for the Belzberg and Armstrong said the Law would have no effect Ori an expected proxy contest to be waged at the company annual shareholder meeting monday the Belzberg will attempt to place four members on the 14pereon Board of directors at an annual shareholders meeting monday but even if they get four seats they would not have control said Armstrong spokesman John Scheldrup Armstrong attorneys say they do not know if the new Law protects them from the Belzberg takeover attempt he said Armstrong chairman William Adams said this will have no effect on the annual meeting next week 1 expect some representatives of the Belzberg will be there there a big investor i Hope there a Lon term investor Robertsdale Lions offer free diabetes screening May 6 s the Robertsdale Lions club will sponsor a free diabetes screening sunday May 6 in Broad top City according to John m Leader or presi Dent of the service organization Leader said that the screening will take place in the Broad top area medi Cal Center Between 14 pm staffers from the Broad top area medical Center the Broad top office of the Home nursing Agency and pc Blair memorial Hospital will be assist ing with the free diabetes screening the medical Center is located just East of Broad top City along route 913 state police to Host open House May 2 at station state police at Huntingdon will hold an open House wednesday May 2 from 5 to pm at the station located along route 22 in Porter township West of Huntingdon the occasion will Mark the 85th anniversary of the creation of the Pennsylvania state police May 2 1905 it will also be in memory of those members who were killed in the line of duty sgt William Benton notes there will be a tour of the building including displays some outside if weather permits troopers will be Avail Able to answer questions and to display radar and truck weight test ing equipment among others the Public is cordially invited to attend by Justin Supon Harrisburg a sections department investigator Fri Day began trying to determine the cause of a second disturbance in four Days at Camp Hill state prison and whether the major participant were also involved in devastating riots at the prison last fall on thursday evening almost exactly six months since the october riots five inmates in a restrictive housing unit began ripping toilets and other fixtures from their mountings breaking them apart and tossing fragments outside their cells up to 15 inmates on the first and third tiers of the Cellblock were involved in the demonstration similar to one staged Early monday by inmates in the cell blocks second and fourth tiers said prison spokesman John Palakovich five cells were rendered unusable because of damage to plumbing fix Tures ten inmates sustained minor injuries and 15 correctional officers were also treated for cuts and bruises corrections officials said the 15 inmates and other residents of the Rhu were handcuffed after the demonstration while corrections offic ers conducted a cell Bycell search for weapons or other contraband he said four inmates apparently used the heavy porcelain fixtures to Bash through prison Walls and gain Access to each others cells those inmates breached the 6inchthick tile Walls separating two different pairs of cells corrections department spokeswoman Sherri cad Aux said the investigator was trying to determine the cause of the latest uprising she said they would also try to deter mine if those involved in thursdays keep cont from Page 1 and children under 18 must be accompanied by adults to highways in Urban areas or those with High traffic counts will not be Elig Ible for adoption groups or citizens interested Inay Contact their county pc not office for an application form and further information on the program adopt Highway coordinators in District 9 Are Huntingdon county Dean Morningstar 8146430150 Bedford county Richard steel 8146236144 Fulton county Robert Noll 7174853816 tuesday May 1 at p on when 1150 am do listen to lets talk it Over when to Mcmeen invites you to ask lawyers on Law Day 1990 featuring Robert b Stewart iii9 Esq Carolyn Johnson Esq and Charles a Bierbach Esq Call in your questions from to 2 pm and get answers on the spot 6433340 incident were also involved in the oct 2527 riots that caused 122 injuries and millions of dollars in damages the Rhu houses inmates charged with misconduct and also those under investigation in connection with last years riots the disturbances came As the stale police contingent which had been stationed inside the prison was reduced in Force and relocated outside the Fence a move that brought criticism from some lawmakers in our hearings it was clearly indicated that there was going to be some Type of disturbance As soon As the state police left and that what Hap pc did said sen Stewart Grcen Leaf Montgomery chairman of the Senate judiciary committee gov Robert p Casey responding to Anur Clatch news Confer ence described the incident As minor and cautioned reporters not to inflame inmates who might be following Media reports its important that All of us realize that statements like that can become self fulfilling Casey said prison officials said Camp Hills Walls which were built in 1941 to House juvenile offenders will be strengthened there is a concern with the Palakovich said but there is a Resolution to it we have architects right now who As part of their design Are to come up with a solution to strengthen the Walls reinforce them throughout the prison those architects Are also developing plans for reconstructing the 53acre medium Security prison located about 10 Miles from Harrisburg International master chess player Michael Brooks makes moves on Jason Elk and Corey Porter of Shawnee Mission East High school in Kansas City to during the simultaneous exhibition where he played 22 High school students the National Scholastic chess tournament was held in the Kansas City Market Center april 27 the daily news founded in 1922 by Joseph f Biddle publisher 1911 1936 John h Biddle publisher 1936 1977 published daily except sunday july 4 thanksgiving and Christmas by the Joseph f Biddle publishing company Huntingdon a Josephine b Mcmeen president Andrew or Biddle Vic president Kath Leen r Biddle Secretary treasurer second class postage paid in Huntingdon a postmaster Send 3579 form to the daily news to Box 334 Huntingdon a 16652 Joseph f Biddle i publisher James d Hun editor Kenneth j Smith Dir of opera Lenora m Harris Dir of adv Jean m Hetric bus manager Polly Mcmullin news editor Cynthia Ranc wire copy editor Amy pastimes editor Terry Bowser sports editor Robert m bakery inc mgr Robert s Dietz composing room super Antoinette Hancock my Bureau Jay Shuc Orbisonia Bureau Ronald Morgan Saxton Bureau Saxton office 710 main Street 6353220 mount Union office 20 s Jefferson Street 5424641 Orbisonia office to Box 102 4473768 Huntingdon office 325 Penn 6434040 subscription rates carriers single copy 30 weekly 150 yearly in Advance 6600 mail payable in Advance Huntingdon county 6000 per year remainder of Pennsylvania 7400 All other mail subscriptions 7700 per year motor route payable in Alvenes 3 months 1800 6 Moths 3400 1 year 6600 Post 5754 sat april 28 up for grabs 101 members and sponsored guests Kitchen open Cinema theatres the Cinema now showing teenage mutant Nija turtles Puj last week Fri sat 7 9 Sun thru thurs 7 pm sat Sun matinees 2 pm the Village the Hunt k5 red october Puj Fri sat Sun thru thurs Only Cinema Village Huntingdon sunday Buffet All you can eat pizza Spaghetti salad bar garlic bread 589 in dude Coffee Tea or soft or try sunday am to pm children under 12 Yean under 5 free

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