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Daily News (Newspaper) - May 14, 1990, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania Page 2 the daily news Huntingdon Saxton mount Union Orbisonia a monday May 14 1990 obituaries James w Long Alma h Ardrey James w Jamie Long 25 of re 2 Mifflintown died at am Satur Day May 12 1990 at Geisinger medi Cal Center Danville of injuries sustained in an automobile Accident bom in Lewistown on feb 251965 he was the son of Bruce l or and Gloria Jean Arentz Long in May 1988 he was United in marriage with the former Denise Reeder surviving Are his wife at their Home a daughter Tara d Long at Home his father of Rheems his Mother of Mifflin a brother Joshua Long Rheems a sister mrs Mark Linda James Lewistown a Hal brother Samuel Rice Lewistown maternal grandmother Mary arent2 Lewis town paternal Grandfather Bruce l Long or Strodes Mills and paternal grandmother Velma Greer Lewistown or Long was a member of the Church of the first born Lewistown he was employed As a lift operator with five years of service at Empire Kosher poultry inc Mifflintown funeral services will be held at am wednesday May 16 at hellers Woodlawn funeral Home n main St Lewistown with the Rev Mcclelland Fortney officiating interment will be in Union memorial gardens Mifflintown friends May Call at the funeral Home tuesday from 79 pm memorial contributions May be made to the Church of the first born w fifth St Lewistown a 17044 Herrmann j Deutsch or Herrmann j Deutsch or 50 of re 1 three Springs died at am saturday May 12 1990 in the Community general osteopathic Hospital Harrisburg born nov 29 1939 in Slatington Lehigh county he was the son of Herrmann j or and Ethel Eckhart Deutsch he was United in marriage with the former Christine Taylor surviving Are his wife at their Home three Springs re his Mother Ethel Evans Lehighton two children Gregory s Deutsch of Bandon bythe sea Ore and Gretchen Daniels mount Joy a stepdaughter Rhonda m Boyer at Home a grandson two Sisters Sharo a Snyder of Slatington and Renca Zawaly Palmerton and a Hal brother Robert Evans Palmerton or ecu sch was an Industrial Engi Neer last employed at Cove manufacturing co Martinsburg funeral services will be held at 2 pm wednesday May 16 at the Martin r Brown funeral Home Orbisonia with the Rev William a Miller officiating interment will be in three Springs cemetery friends May Call at tuesday from 79 pm and wednes Day from 9 am until the hour of the service Dolly m Criswell Dolly m Criswell 68 of 706 Oneida St Huntingdon died unexpectedly at am saturday May 12 1990 at the pc Blair memorial Hospital Huntingdon she was bom dec 271921inentri Ken the daughter of Blaire an Louel la m Rinard Morningstar she was twice married her first husband Wil Liam Johnson died aug 2 1960 on dec 19 1973 she was married to har old Criswell in Canton Ohio he survives two Sisters and a brother survive Larue Baker of Saxton Betty Uttley of Florida and Lloyd w Moringstar of Huntingdon re 1 mrs Criswell was of the protestant Faith she was primarily a homemaker most of her life funeral services will beheld at am wednesday May 16 at the Long funeral Chapel Saxton pastor David Bowen will officiate interment will be made in Duvall cemetery friends May Call at the funeral Chapel tuesday from 7 to 9 pm Cinema theatres the Cinema Ernest goes to jail pm Fri thai thurs 7 pm the Village Joe versus the Volca Jap pg13 Fri sat Sun thru thurs Only Cinema Village Alma h Ardrey 75 of Bigler a native of Alexandria died sunday May 13 1990 at the Clearfield Hospital Clearfield bom Jan 10 1915 in Alexandria she was the daughter of the late Albert Gray and Dora Blanche Walker Ardrey surviving Are one brother David e Ardrey of Alexandria and several nieces and nephews three Sisters and four Brothers preceded her in death miss Ardrey was a member of the Bigler United methodist Church and its ladies sunday school class ladies Bible class United methodist women and the Church choir she was retired from Rhone motor co Clearfield funeral services will be held at 11 am wednesday May 16 at the Bennett and Houser funeral Home 312 e Locust St Clearfield with the Rev Richard l Berg officiating interment will be in Bradford cemetery Wood land re friends May Call at the funeral Home wednesday from 10 am until the Charles h Johnson Charles h Johnson 69 formerly of Shade Gap most recently of 17 Rich mar Road Owings Mills my died at 3 am sunday May 13 1990 in Dubois regional medical Center Dubois or Jolson had been in failing health for some time bom aug 23 1920 in Cleveland Ohio he was twice married first to the former Faye Appleby who preceded her husband in death in july 1973 and to the former Edith Stavana or Johnson is survived by his Sec Ond wife and the following children Charles h Johnson in of Huntingdon Cloyde h Johnson of Cheyenne Wyo Greer Gutshall of Newton Hamilton Kim Mcaley of Baltimore my and 10 grandchildren he was a member of the sacred heart roman Catholic Church Glyndon my during his life or Johnson had been a Carpenter a Veteran of world War 13 having served in the us army or Johnson was a member of it Peter Zouck Post vow Owings Mills my mass of the Christian burial will be held at 10 am wednesday May 16 at sacred heart roman Catholic Church Glyndon my a Vigil service will be held at 8 pm tuesday May 15 in the Eckhardt fun eral Chapel 11605 Reisterstown Road Owings Mills my friends May Call at the funeral Chapel tuesday from3jtb sprig and frbm7to 9 pm 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 Siddle Secretary treasurer second Dass postage paid in Huntingdon a postmaster Send 3579 farm 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 bus manager Polly Mcmullin news editor Cynthia Ranc wire copy editor Amy Christopher pastimes editor 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 Street 6434040 subscription rates carriers single copy 30 weekly 150 Yeatis in Advance 6500mail payable in Advance Huntingdon county 6000 per year remainder of Pennsylvania 7400 All other mail subscriptions 7700 per year motor route payable in Advance 3 months 1800 6 months 3400 1 year 6600 Smithfield township cleanup Day the Smithfield township supervisors have declared saturday May 191990 As the Spring cleanup Day for the township residents persons having items to dispose of should bring them to the township property at Juniata Avenue 13th Street for placing in Large dumpsters available at the site Between the hours of am and noon senior citizens and handicapped persons needing help should Call the municipal building prior to May 19 at 6436702 Normal garbage and refuse will be refused no Brush will be accepted thesis a special project for otherwise i disposable items Smithfield township supervisors eydie Miller township Secretary a j Wirth a j Wirth 10 of re Hopewell died at pm sunday May 13 1990 at his Home following a five year illness bom in Pittsburgh on dec 181979 he was the son of Charles a and Debra c Neff Wirth surviving Are his parents of the above address four Sisters Karen Wendi misty and Christina and a Nephew Jimmy All at Home his grand parents Ellen Chisholm of Hopewell Daniel and Ruth Garland Altoona and Glenn o Neff Stewart Fla and his great grandparents Raymond and Helen Lauver of Juniata Altoona and Annabelle Neff Mil run a was a member of Hopewell Grace Brethren Church and was Active in the Church boys club he was a third Grade student in the Northern bed Ford county elementary school funeral services will be held at 2 pm thursday May 17 at Hopewell Grace Brethren Church with the Rev Melvin d Vanorman officiating interment will be in yellow Creek reformed Church cemetery Hopewell re friends May Call at the s Gerald Weaver funeral Home Woodbury on tuesday from 79 pm and wednes Day from 24 and 79 pm and at the Church on thursday for one hour prior to the service in lieu of Flowers memorial contributions May be sent to Home nursing hospice Broad top City a 16621 Louis g Ticconi Louis g Ticconi 73 of 622 Nolan drive Kistler died Friday evening May 11 1990 at his Home following a Brief illness the son of the late Maurizzio and Agatha Longo Ticconi he was born feb 241920 in mount Union he was United in marriage to the former Erma l Carper on May 20 1950 in Hagerstown my or Ticconi is survived by his wife of the above address five children mrs Andy Louise Ketner of mount Union Michael l Ticconi of mount Union re 1 Louis g Ticconi or of mount Union mrs Rick Phyllis Evans of Carlisle mrs Duane Rogers Jim Thorpe and 10 grandchildren also surviving Are three Sisters mrs Frank Louise Rittzo mrs Alice Beatty and mrs Virginia Homolash All of mount Union Lucci preceded him in death or Ticconi was a member of St catherines roman Catholic Church mount Union he was also a member of the sons of Italy mount Union Lodge and served on the Kistler Borough Council 1 army Veteran having served in world War ii or Ticconi retired in 1983 from mount Union Borough hav ing been employed As supervisor of the mount Union Landfill mass of the Christian burial will be said at 10 am tuesday May 15 at St catherines Church with Rev Fred Zatalava officiating interment will be in St catherines cemetery Shirley Surg re 1 friends May Call at the Robert d Heath funeral Home mount Union monday evening from 7 to 9 pm a Wake service will be held at the funeral Home at pm memorial contributions May be made to the hospice program Home health services Bryant St Hunting Don a 16652 Vista Vul restaurant Motel it 22 Huntingdon open 7 Days a week our specials Mon the thurs dining hours 5 pm to 9 pm dinners include potato vegetable All you can eat soup salad bar Rolls and Butler meals without salad bar425 monday Uver and onions550 tuesday Spaghetti wednesday riled Chicken breast5550 thursday Barb spare ribs550 regular menu also available phone 6432544 reservations accepted for parties banquets weddings Etc pc Blair memorial Hospital single May 12 13 1990 admitted Caesar Harp 22 w s t mount Union Cassi Ledford 502 Crawford apts Huntingdon Bertha s bums Defiance Henry Ellenberger Huntingdon re Mildred d Reed 326 Mifflin St Huntingdon discharged Alice v erode Saxton re 1 Sara m Glenny hcr6q Orbisonia Debra j re 3 James w Minnick 121 e Market St mount Union Frederick m Peightal 301 16th St Huntingdon Michele i Price Shade Gap Rhonda f Merrell 623 sixth St Huntingdon Shirley Hockenburry Blairs Mills re 1 Mildred l Willians 418 Lith St Huntingdon births Rhonda and Scott Merrell of 623 sixth St Huntingdon Are proud to announce the birth of their fourth son Aaron Scott on thursday May 10 1990 at pc Blair memorial Hospital Huntingdon Aaron Scott weighed 8 ibs 10 Ops and measured 21 inches Long at birth Happy grandmother is mrs Martha j Wible Lemoyne great grandmother is mrs Laura Cronrath Millersville Aaron was welcomed Home by his big Brothers Justin Jonathan and Christopher Martha and Butch Hinton of Huntingdon Are Happy to announce1 the birth of a daughter Tara Lynn on May 101990 at Centre Community Hospi Tal Tara arrived weighing 8 ibs 3 Ops and measuring 21 i inches Long mater Nal grandparents Are Ken Griffin of Indiana a and the late Norma Griffin while paternal grandparents Are Burton e Hinton and Mary Lou Nickoloff of mount Union and the late or and mrs Robert Rupert who had resided in Williamsburg Michele Todd and Amber Price of general delivery Shade Gap Are Rejo icing Over the birth of their son and brother Caleb Shane on Friday May 111990 at pc Blair memorial Hospi Tal Huntingdon Caleb Shane weighed 7 ibs 12 Ops and measured 20 inches Long proud grandparents Are Leroy and Peggy Whitsel of three Springs and Richard and Donna Price Shade Gap great grandparents Are Sherman arid Bernice Whitsel of three Springs and Margaret Mcgee mount Union cont from Page 1 in statewide races Marguerite a Lufcsik of Cambria county is challenging the party endorsed candidate Audi Tor general Barbara Hafer for the Rew lican party nomination and Harold f Mowery or is unopposed for the lieutenant governor nomination for the gop governor Robert Casey democratic incumbent is being opposed forthe party nomination for a second term by Philip j Berg of Montgomery county and it gov Mark Singel of Cambria county is being opposed for the demo cratic nomination by de Mezvinsky of Montgomery county there Are 17185 registered voters in Huntingdon county for tomorrows primary balloting this is a drop of 583 voters from the fall election of 1989 1 when 17768 were registered to vote the decrease represents a decline of 328 percent the totals breakdown with 4761 male republicans registered and 5289 world news cont from Page 1 arrested at least 81 protesters yell ing Yankees go Home the protesters burned a us Flag and pelted police with tiny homemade bombs Washington with tues Days budget Summit on deck presi Dent Bush is under pressure from democrats to outline for the Ameri can Public the mechanics of the Defi Cit problem and what he plans to do to solve it Bush whose read my lips no new pledge was a Cornerstone of his 1988 presidential Campaign proposed the budget Summit with Congress saying he will discuss the option of new taxes to reduce the soaring Federal deficit Washington the supreme court which sparked an incendiary National debate last year by ruling Flag burning was Legal took another look at the Issue monday in arguments Over whether Fulton county medical Center May 1113 1990 admitted Wanda Sweeney Mercersburg Laurie Haines three Springs Grant Keefer Mercersburg Roxann Lilley fort Littleton Hilda Brown Wells Tannery Sylvia Hockenberry Neelyton discharged Carrie Crone Mcconnellsburg Dorothy Waltman Mcconnellsburg Viola Shank Mercersburg Hilda Brown Wells Tannery Roxann Lilley fort Littleton Grant Keefer Mercersburg births a daughter was bom to or and mrs Austin Lilley of fort Littleton on Satur Day May 12 1990 mrs Lilley is the former Roxann Jarrett Lewistown Hospital admitted Raeann l Grove Mapleton Ruth l Hockenburry Rockhill Furnace Dailey j Huffman Mcveytwn Charles f Price or Mill Creek Tammy s Little mount Union Monte k Brubaker mount Union Dana l Grassmyer three Lisa m Yaka Mook Mcveytown Clara Heidel mount Union Christine k worthy mount Union discharged William j Bingerman Mcveytown Raeann l Grove Mapleton Ruth l Hockenberry Rockhill Furnace Sally r Parys mount Union Tammy s Little mount Union Dana l Grassmyer three Springs Lisa m Yaka Mook Mcveytown insurance Auto insurance Check us for comprehensive Auto insurance liability and collision get Security with an Auto insurance policy from us Call 6433020 Jack shuck insurance Rinc 427 Washington Street Huntingdon phone 6433020 make be sew i females As republicans for a total of 10050 there Are 3168 a rifles registered As democrats and 3467 Fei tales for a total of 6635 giving the gop a Lead of 3415 in the county in addition there Are 500 people registered As independents non partisan and others and they will not be voting in the primary Ion tuesday Overall in Huntingdon county the female registration is which is 783 greater then the 8201 men registered to vote the largest voter registration is found in Porter township where 857 Are eligible to vote followed by Huntingdon sixth Ward with 706 and Walker township with 674 the smallest voter precinct in the county is Shade Gap Borough with 46 registered voters followed by birding Ham Borough with 52 and then Shirley Surg Borough and Coalmont Borough Are tied with 57 the polls open at 7 am St on tuesday and will closed at 8 pm St a new attempt by Congress to protect old glory is constitutional acting on an emergency basis the High court agreed to consider a Law designed to reverse the courts 54 ruling that Flag desecration was a protected form of free speech Washington an estimated 3 61 Mil lion personal arid household crimes were committed in 1989 with robbery up 21 percent and burglary Down 9 percent according to a preliminary report by the Justice department there were 101 rapes robberies assaults and personal thefts per 1000 people 12 years old or older last year according to the annual report by the Bureau of Justice statistics Panama cry Panama a us military helicopter crashed in a Remote Jungle province sunday injuring 15 of the servicemen aboard a us Southern command spokesman said you cant ease the pain but you can remove the pressure Sond in this Coupon today fora personal your own discuss rearranging and prepaying your funeral youll be easing the pressure for your loved ones lighten their Burden with a quiet act of love c please Call me to arrange an appointment in my Homes we can discuss prearrangement plans i understand that i am under no obligation d please Send me additional information add City slam zip area code it Phonon mail your Coupon to John b mown tuneful Home my 417411 was Moton a tact huk Modon Pennsylvan 1mb brow is tuesday May 15 at pm on when 1150 am dial listen to lets talk it Over when to Mcmeen invites you to take a Short course on new a chemical dependency treatment program at Cove forge Williamsburg with instructor brads Norris director of experiential services is Kun h it Fri h Sim Unfer ii m 17 under it lit vote for Gayle e Stevenson candidate for Republican state committee Why Siffor any to Nukk 6436900 shield major insurance accepted when your feet Hurt you Hurt All oven if you suffer from a painful foot problem Gall today Huntingdon foot or Edward Trowbridge podiatric Medicine surgery 605 a Lenin St Huntingdon evening saturday appointments

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