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Daily News (Newspaper) - May 5, 1990, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania Page 2 the daily news Huntingdon Saxton mount Union Orbison la a saturday May 5 1990 obituaries Samuel o Nicodemus Samuel Oscar Nicodemus 81 of Box 159 Martinsburg re 2 died unexpectedly at pm thursday May 3 1990 at Nason Hospital Roar ing Spring the son of the late John s and Clara Russell Nicodemus he was born oct i 1908 in Martinsburg on May 10 1930 at Martinsburg he was United in marriage to the former Ruth a Lytle who preceded her husband in death Jan 6 1987 or Nicodemus is survived by the following children Aldine d Scott Gettysburg Ronald o Nicodemus Attleboro mass John t Nicodemus York Haven and Patty a Fowkes Duncansville 12 grandchildren and 12 great grandchildren also surviving Are two Sisters Mildred Garber of roaring Spring and Bert Shaw of Martinsburg he was pre ceded in death by a brother Chalmer Nicodemus and a sister Rebecca Peck or Nicodemus was a member of the Reservoir Bible Church Martinsburg re he served on the Board of directors and was a caretaker of the Spring Hope cemetery Martinsburg he had been a sales representative for Youngs inc of Martinsburg for the past 38 years he also had been a custodian at Blair county courthouse Hollidaysburg services will be held at 2 pm Sun Day May 6 in the Bulger funeral Home Martinsburg with pastors Richard Wilson and Edgar Burns officiating interment will be in Spring Hope cemetery Martinsburg friends May Call at the funeral Home from 2 pm to 4 pm and 7 pm to 9 pm today saturday May 5 pc Blair memorial Hospital May 4 1990 admitted Henry e Ellenberger Huntingdon re 3 Chester Heck Iii Huntingdon James w Minnick mount Union John Banco or Dudley discharged Brandon l Baker Saxton Kenneth Baker Saxton re 1 Kristen Briggs 1134 Moore St Huntingdon Roger l Collins 1029 Washington St Huntingdon Penny j Groves Mcveytown re 1 Eva a Querry Calvin Mona h Rohrer Fulton Street Wood William Shreve 523 Oneida St Huntingdon Harry Swope Saxton re 1 Angela n Wagner Mapleton Nicholas Yaruta 2501 warm Springs ave Huntingdon Hugh j Zenoble or Orbisonia police and fire log hubcaps pilfered Smithfield police at Huntingdon report that an unidentified person removed four Silver Dodge Daytona Center hubcaps from Chet Groves car lot along or 22 the Sto Len property is valued at fire Call fire department responded to a car fire on Mifflin Street at pm Friday even ing chief Tim Launtz reported that Robert Baker of 204 Mifflin St the owner of the 1984 Plymouth reliant had already extinguished the Blaze the engine compartment was moderately damaged the daily news founded in 1922 by Joseph f Biddle publisher 1911 1936 John h Buddle 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 Dass postage paid in Huntingdon a postmaster Send 3579 form to the daily news to Box 384 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 Kojs 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 shuck Orbisonia Bureau Ronald Morgan Saxton Bureau Saxton office 710 Mains Fea mount Union office 20 s Jefferson Street 5424641 Orbisonia office to Box 102 4473768 Huntingdon office 325 Penn Street 8434040 subscription rates carriers single copy 30 it weekly m50 yearly in Advance 6600 mail payable in Advance Huntingdon county year remainder of Pennsylvania 7400 All other mail 7700 year to tort route payable in 3 months 1800 b Montrym 1 yer five faculty at Juniata promoted five Juniata College faculty members were promoted by the col eyes Board of trustees during its annual Spring meeting Friday or Lobert w Neff president of the col Ege announced the boards actions promoted to full professor at the College were Ralph b Church Asso Date professor of English and or Ign m Richardson associate pro lessor of education promoted to associate professor were or Gary Aichele assistant professor of Polit ical science or Klaus a Jaeger assistant professor of German and or James n Roney assistant pro Fessor of russian a 1949 graduate of Wake Forest College Church received his a degree from Columbia University in 1951 and has done graduate work at George Washington University Church joined the Juniata College faculty in 1966 As an associate pro Fessor of English he chaired the department of English from 1970 until 1989 he has specialized inter est in the areas of american Litera Ture contemporary literature and creative writing or Richardson came to Juniata in 1979 As an instructor in education and was named assistant professor in 1981 she holds a a degree from Duke University an is degree from old Dominion univer sity and received her pad from Temple University prior to beginning her work at Juniata or Richardson was an instructor at old Dominion she had previously served As Reading Consul Tant with the educational consultant services in Coffeyville Kan and taught in the Portsmouth a Public schools she is a member of several professional organizations and served on the Pennsylvania department of education accreditation review team which evaluated the Elemen tary education program at St fran Cis College in 1981 in 1983 or Richardson was honoured by Juniata with the Lindback award for distinguished teaching or Aichele joined the Juniata faculty in 1988 As an assistant pro Fessor of political science he received his a degree in govern ment from the University of Virgini a in 1973 he received his cd degree from that same University in 1976 with particular concentration in the areas of american Legal his tory and jurisprudence real property tax trusts and estates in 1983he completed work on his Phi in government from the University of Virginia or Aichele came to Juniata from Vermont Norwich University where he was an assistant professor in the department of history and political science he has served As executive director of the supreme court historical society in Washington do and As a judicial fellow for the supreme court of the United states a native Oriel West Germany or Jaeger attended Kiel University and Exeter England University receiving his a degree from Ohio state University in 1965 or Jaeger successfully completed requirements for his pad in 1989 from Penn state before coming to Juniata or Jae Ger served As a graduate teaching assistant at the universities of Ohio and Massachusetts and As an Assis Tant professor of German at Wilson College while at Wilson or Jae Ger received the Christian r and Mary f Lindback foundation award for excellence in teaching or Roney has been affiliated with Juniata since 1988 he has held academic posts at the University of Kentucky and Ohio state University prior to coming to Juniata he served As an assistant professor of russian at the University of new Hampshire or Roney received his a degree from Dartmouth College in 1973 his main slavic languages from Ohio stats in 1975 and his pad in slavic literature from Ohio state in 1981 in addition to russian or Roney Speaks polish and has a working knowledge of French German latin czech and ancient greek or moneys written works have been widely published and he has been actively involved in Campus and Community activities in each of the appointments he has held eight eases removed from May term criminal court trial list another productive Day in Huntingdon county criminal court yester Day resulted in cutting eight cases Sev eral of them complicated in nature from the trial list for the May term opening on monday morning president judge Newton c Taylor presided at the Daylong session which continued until pm District attorney Stewart l Kurtz represented the Commonwealth eight defendants appeared before judge Taylor on Friday one Case was continued and six defendants pleaded guilty to a total of seven charges one Case was handled under the accelerated rehabilitative disposition Ard program in which the defendant voluntarily agreed to be placed on probation without a finding of guilt in one of the cases judge Taylor imposed three sentences on the defendant one Hundred count ians have been summoned to report monday morning at 9 am for service As jurors monday has been set aside for the selection of juries for specific cases with the trials to be scheduled during the remainder of the term judge Taylor granted a motion to continue the William Arthur Ossel bum Case defendant Ossel bum 48 a Resi Dent of Lincoln twp Somerset re 2 faces a charge of operating a watercraft on Ray town Lake on aug 29 1989 while under the influence of alcohol or a controlled substance the court noted that there Are complicated Legal issues in the Case and Osselburn counsel att Tomey Robert b Stewart Iii told the court the continuance was requested for Good reasons Timothy Lee Forrest 31 of 4622 Mulberry St Philadelphia an inmate at the Huntingdon state correctional institution pleaded guilty to simple assault Forrest was arrested by state police after an incident in a cell Block at the prison at pm oct 19 in which a corrections officer was Latvia cont from Page 1 Nias indicating Latvia could have trouble getting talks with Moscow started Gorb Uhos immediately addressed Moscow for a dialogue in non confrontational tones intended to elicit a positive response from Gorbachev the vote was a major achievement for nationalists in the Republic which has an ethnic russian population of 32 percent latvians comprise Only about 52 percent of the population Huntingdon a sunday Buffet All you can eat pizza Spaghetti salad bar garlic bread 589 a dude coff Tea of soft or irk sunday am to pm children under 12 389 a Nefor 5 free assaulted the officer suffered three fractures of the jaw but District attorney Kurtz told the court that an Altoona dentist had reported that while there was extensive damage it had been repaired by surgery and the victim will suffer no permanent injury it also was noted that no weapon was used in the assault there was a plea bargain in the Case and Forrest was sentenced to pay the costs and to serve from 1 to 2 years in a slate correctional facility the sentence to be consecutive to and not concurrent with any sentences imposed prior to Friday the court was informed that Forrest is serving from 19 to 41 years in prison the 1982 sentence being imposed in Philadelphia county for robbery kidnapping and aggravated assault Forrest was represented by attorney Frederick Gutshall Deputy Public defender William James Myers i 18 of Box 237b Saxton pleaded guilty to simple assault Myers was arrested after a fight in the parking lot at als bar along route 913 Carbon twp near Dudley last oct 29 the court was told that the victim of the assault 24yearold Peter j Kaminsky was struck Over the head with a solid object the victim was treated at pc Blair memorial Hospital under a plea agreement Myers was sentenced to pay the costs and be on probation for 23 months in addition he must pay a Fine to the county and pay restitution to reimburse Kaminsky for his medical expenses and loss of wages the court also directed Myers to refrain from drinking until it is proper and Legal for him to do so the defendant was represented by attorney William j Myers Huntingdon Robert Lee Bowman 32 of 318 Church St Huntingdon pleaded guilty to two felony charges burglary and theft by unlawful taking the burglary took place dec 5 at Huntingdon electric motor service inc seventh and langs cont from Page 1 Structure will be 24 feet by 60 feet in size with a porch and ramp the porch will be on the East Side of the Structure while the ramp will be on the North end of the porch it will be a Wood Frame building with to 11 siding the same As was used on the new administration building the contract includes electric and plumbing and some heating painting counters Wal Towall floor covering two Baths a Kitchen offices closets Etc dedication of the new Structure is being planned for monday aug 13 Trie second Day of the 130th annual Huntingdon county fair Ilene tone Tan 623 Washington St Huntingdon a beside Mur jewelry 6 easy tone exercising tables tanning bed woiff24 bulbs Acu Massage table phone 6431123 Choice of age groups dining together instant Companiott shop single world escort sharing 4 3 2 in a Cabin super savings 3 4 7 10 12 Day cruises carnival norwegian Royal Caribbean bal Regency win Star Bermuda Bahamas Caribbean Alaska Mexico Mediterranean Tahiti Canada 14 Day Europe vacations Europe Iberia Alpine Britain Scandinavia Kummel world travel Huntingdon 18006340891 644475 Tyrone 18002424038 6846423 Penn its Huntingdon in which scrap Coite and at More was stolen there were two co defendants the theft was at the owe scorning fiberglas Plant Huntingdon about christmastime 1989 in which Copper electric Cable valued at was stolen and sold for scrap there was one co defendant in this Case Bowmans guilty pleas were received under a plea agreement and the District attorney requested that sentencing be deferred until a later Date the court also ordered that Bowman be released from Huntingdon county jail on his own recognizance he was directed not to leave the county Bow Man was represented by attorney bar Bara Baxter the Case involving Randy Alvin Frye 31 of 708 w second St Williamsburg was handled under the Ard program Frye was arrested by state police for driving while under the influence dui after a one car Accident on route 453 Spruce Creek twp at pm Jan 6 the blood alcohol Reading taken at Tyrone Hospital was 017 percent under the Ard program Frye was ordered to pay the costs and to be on probation for 23 months he must attend dui school and undergo a Prog ram of testing and treatment at a drug and alcohol Center his operators License will be suspended for one year and he must surrender his License to the probation department he must pay to the county to help underwrite Ard expenses in addition he must pay to the catastrophic loss Bene fits continuation fund the court extended for 850 Days the time in which the Case May be called for trial if Frye fails in the Ard program the defendant was represented by attorney John Woodcock of Hollidaysburg Gary Lee Benson 24 Box 1306 three Springs re 1 Cromwell twp pleaded guilty to dui he was arrested after a state police Chase on route 22 which started at the intersection of route 22 and 655 in Mill Creek at pm dec 29 the blood alcohol read ing taken at pc Blair memorial hos Pital was 027 percent the court was told Benson was on parole at the time of the incident under a plea bargain Benson was sentenced for the parole violation to serve three months in jail with work release being authorized the sentence Wil be scheduled by the probation department on the dui charge Benson must pay the costs and serve from 5 Days to 23 months in jail the sentence to be consecutive to and not concurrent with the previous also must attend dui school undergo a program of test1 ing and treatment at a drug and alcohol Center for a very serious alcohol prob a journey into new horizons overnights new York City wind june fabulous Disney May 1219s344 Holland Tulip May Maryland experience May rustic Maine May 28june Canada its Best june Best of the West june 10july Mackinac Island june 23july Alaska aug 5sept Call for our 1990 tour brochure and additional Tours Biu Ewhite Lincoln Puc azj9m or Call 18002523860 Gateway travel Center inc 606 Mifflin St Huntingdon a 6435240 or 18003225080 Lem he also must pay a Fine of on half Tot he county with on half of the latter payment being directed to the drug and alcohol Center he also must pay to the catastrophic loss benefits continuance fund for driving while under suspension Benson was sentenced to pay the costs to pay a Tine to the state and to pay to the catastrophic loss benefits continuance fund two summary offences were Dis missed with prejudice Benson was Given a Stern warning and told he had received his last next time he faces a Penitentiary term the court ordered that Benson not drive during the Maxi mum sentence imposed unless and until he has a valid License and operates a vehicle that is fully insured Benson was represented by attorney Gutshall Thomas Leroy spell or 30 of 101 Crawford apts Huntingdon pleaded guilty to burglary he was arrested for a burglary at the Huntingdon electric motor service inc seventh and Penn its Huntingdon Between nov 10 and nov 25 the court was told that spell and two defendants stole eight Rolls of Copper from the building and sold it for scrap for there was a plea bargain in the Case which included the fact that spell will testify truthfully for the Commonwealth against co defendants the guilty plea was accepted and spell Wil be sentenced later Kirk Daniel Hagelston 22 Box 374b Huntingdon re 3 Henderson twp pleaded guilty to theft of a motor vehicle he admitted stealing a 1984 Csc pickup truck parked along t462 the bark Ridge Road Henderson twp at am dec 20 he was apprehended later in the stolen vehicle near second arid Church its Hunting Don when the pickup got stuck in the Snow there was damage to the vehicle the was a plea bargain in the Case Hagelston was sentenced to pay the costs and to serve from 11 to 23 months in jail effective Jan 7 1990 he must make restitution in the amount of s43333 to Timothy Bush Huntingdon re 3 the owner of the pickup Hagelston also received astern warn ing from judge Taylor who told the Young Man that no More criminal episodes will be tolerated the defendant was warned that he is heading for a Long term in the Penitentiary if he comes Back into court on another criminal charge defendants spell and he Galston were represented by attorney Ronald Locke Cinema theatres the Cinema Ernest goes to jail pm Fri sat 7 9 Sun thru thurs 7 Only sat Sun Malinee 2 pm effective april june 29 1990 luxury motor coach Tours via Blue White hotel accommodations inn n i Tyr grand 1 night2 Days Sun wed key june Bonuito 72 dbl oct Sallys world 2 nights3 Days departures monday do oct Casino amenities details same As plan 2 nights3 Days departures fridays my bomb to to dbl oct trap grand groups of 4o or Moca save 5v Call Lor availabilities must a s1 Yawara of age Casino bonuses subject to change on moments notice carriers cannot be held responsible Lor changes All Casino packages Ara Corrila Centary cull your Igent 19002523360 a toll free or 814 9442585 or Call the at Gateway travel Center 606 Mifflin St Huntingdon 6435240 or 18003225080 at we know your Way around airline a Fink cruises motor coach rental hotel 33 North Brown Street Lewistown a 17044 717 2428747 in Huntingdon area Call toll 15007822302 whale mgr the Village the of fist Power re Fri sat Sun thru thurs Only i Cinema Village tuesday May 8 at pm on when 1150 am dial listen to lets talk it Over when to Mcmeen will celebrate National teachers Day with Harold Cameron Voag teacher or Richard Grove curriculum coordinator and Paul Kelly Mary Fortson student teaches representing Huntingdon area school District

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