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Daily News (Newspaper) - May 20, 1983, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania Kipe e 411 Raywood l4liiby a pc Buir memorial ims at a Thun aay May it ims to in j c Blair Sarraf the Kaaa Parent heart attack Nav u he was the Aoa of Jaha d Aad Veraa r Kipe his Mother with whom he resided sur Vives Alsa survive if Are Twa Brothers Aad two Sisters Donald m Aad Ranald l and mrs Joan Lear All of Williamsburg r d Aad mrs Geramine Heary of hooey Brook a u s Marine corps Veteran he was a member of the Bonner Sollenberger american legion Post in Williamsburg and the Williamsburg vow services will be conducted sunday May 22 at 1 pm at the Bolger Friedline funeral Home 424 w second St Williamsburg the Rev Martin Ruch will officiate interment will be made in the Shell town Fairview cemetery at Williamsburg r d friends will be received at the funeral Home from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 pm on saturday May 21 half Ray Franklin Ira r Ray Franklin 74 of Stone Creek Ridge Huntingdon died at 10 pm wednesday May 18 1983 at his Home born May 11 1909 in Petersburg he was a son of Elmer and Elizabeth Wolfley Franklin he was United in marriage to the former Viola Smith in 1935 she preceded him in death in 1939 he is survived by a step daughter Avonne of Decature Tenn 12 nieces and nephews and a sister Thelma Heckendorn of fort Pierce Fla two Brothers Thomas and Marshall and a sister Leanna preceded him in death he was of the methodist Faith a Veteran of world War ii he was a member of standing Stone Post 1754 vow Frank p Hommon Post american legion and the Loyal order of j v v he was last employed As Cook at the elks in Klin tin Don prior to that an office employee for Griffith funeral services will be conducted at 2 pm saturday May 21 from the Rooert e Peters funeral Home in Huntingdon the Rev c Rayvon Milliard officiating interment will be made in Cedar Grove cemetery Petersburg friends will be received at the funeral Home from 1 pm until the hour of the service saturday Donna k Crawley Donna k Crawley of 10 e Sherman St mount Union died at 10 pm thursday May 19 1983 in the Geisinger medical Center Danville arrangements under the direction of the Robert d Heath funeral Home Are incomplete at this time a full obituary will follow Cattal fat Taliaf ban a Sarlai a oct 4 1m4 was a sap of Dice Aad Kaaa Harris Ruby he was twice married he was first nailed in marriage u the former Minnie a Price on May she preceded him in death of oct u 1947 he later married Alberta p Hoffman on aug 8 1949 she preceded on nov he is survived by seven children Meare of Julian mrs Alberta Lamb of Mon Tana mrs Dorothy m k repps of Huntingdon r d 3 mrs William Jean nearhood of Newton Hamilton mrs Barry Angeline Pollock of Lititz and Jeffrey l and Gregory a both at Home two step children mrs Fred Wanda Rogers of Rockhill and Glenn Hoffman of Silver Ford Heights there Are 18 grand children nine step grand children eight great grand children 13 step great grandchildren and one great great grandchild also surviving is a brother Samuel of Mapleton depot along with two Sisters Anne Ruby of Huntingdon r d 3 and mrs Ruth sword of Mercersburg three half Sisters mrs Myrtle Powell of Terry town Jane Ruby of Huntingdon Ellen of Huntingdon and a half brother Frank Ruby of Etters he was preceded in death by four daughters three sons five Brothers and Sisters and five Hal Brothers and half Sisters he was of the protestant Faith for 23 years he worked with general refractories of mount Union he later worked As a plumber in South Bend ind funeral services will be conducted at pm sunday May 22 from the Robert d Heath funeral Home in mount Union the Rev Steven e Crile officiating interment will be made in old school Baptist Church cemetery three Springs re friends will be received at the funeral Home from 7 to 9 pm saturday and on sunday from 9 am until the hour of services lie Blairs Star Jaaice Matthews vat Owald 1 Eleaaor Harton 1203 Minoia St rear Ottati Jadoo Joseph Goshorn milk re 1 James Brownjr route 1 Orbisonia Jason cd Booher mount Union Jimmie Mort 3575 cold Springs re Huntingdon Michael Arnold u e water St mount Union Donna Michaud Shirley Burgard 1 Mildred Stewart main St Alexandria Ellen Abbott Star route Huntingdon Leslie Stanowski Huntingdon re 3 discharged Patricia a Galloway 718 Portland ave Huntingdon Galen c Hoff master Petersburg Eugene l Ramey 1122 Washington St Huntingdon Terry l Smith 44 Poplar ave mount Union Jody c snare Huntingdon rid myer l Souders Huntingdon re 1 Larry Spriggs Chestnut Terrace mount Union Amy j Stanbrough Petersburg re 1 Irvin w Taylor Broad top City Blaine a Upton Huntingdon re 3 births John and Leslie Stanowski of Huntingdon re 3 became the parents of a son on May 19 1983 the baby was born in the pc Blair memorial Hospital or and mrs Ronald Leonard of mount Union re 1 Are Happy to announce the birth of a son on May 6 1983 the baby was born in the Lewistown Hospital six years a tag Ai Are Klimt two Yaar was Captain of the Var my Ubeart Zaiac so Hal Aad be played basketball Aad we a member of Taw track team miss Allison also was a member of elective Art Weberus Aad toe yearbook staff be was la the senior class her bobbies include Bike Riding swimming Aid cooking be end Eye being with her friends and family be has two older Brothers area student it vying for 1 me crackers Only loss in Blaze a Box of crackers was the Only loss Ina fire Call last evening at the Crawford apartments fire chief Robert Jessell said the crackers were in the oven of the Gas fired stove in the first floor apartment of Mary the oven was started and the Box of crackers caught fire there was no other loss the fire chief said the entire Huntingdon fire department responded to the pm alarm Jessell was aided at the scene by assistant chiefs James Grace and Richard Dixie Myers the firefighters gave no service and quickly departed from the scene after it was determined there was no fire emergency May inspirations sat May 21 country Taamy As always 62 of Saxton r d t diedat6 am Friday May 20 1983 in the veterans administration Hospital in Altoona he had been in failing health for the past several years he was born oct 9 1919 in Saxton he is survived by a sister Kathryn Edwards of Saxton a step sister is Martha Swigart of Shippensburg and a step brother Lester e Gould of Epora miss a Foster daughter Ellen Banks also survives he was a member of the Church of god Tabernacle Saxton re a u s army Veteran of world War ii he worked As a labourer funeral services will be conducted at 2 pm sunday May 22 from the Albert n Masood funeral Chapel in Saxton the Rev Boyd England officiating interment will be made in Grandview cemetery Saxton friends will be received at the funeral Chapel from noon until the hour of the service on sunday reality theatre 635 3451 the Hack stallion a turns warning on weeds is sounded mount Union chief of police Lawrence l Knable or today iss Geda warning that property we Edson their property a Borough ordinance authorizes police to Issue citations when weeds get More than six i inches High Knable said there Are violations of the ordinance at present and no warning notices will be sent the next step will be the issuing of citations to All violators including the East Broad top and Conrail properties Knable says he is asking the cooperation of All property owners in the Hope they will comply with the ordinance rather than risk paying a penalty Man fined in incident at fire Tower at a hearing in Centre Hall on wednesday Gordon Unitas 21 a student at Penn Sylvania state University was found guilty of disorderly conduct and littering District magistrate Keith Bierly ordered Unitas to pay in fines and costs on april 28 Unitas jammed the trap door on Little Flat fire Tower trapping a Bureau of forestry employee in the Tower cab the Tower is operated by the Bureau of forestry Penn Sylvania department of environmental resources announcement of the Unitas Case was released today by the Bureau of forestry Rothrock District Hun i i a Juniata Valley senior Caroline Colbert of Alexan Dria is participating in the Pennsylvania state finals of the miss National teen Ager pageant being held this weekend at Lycoming College Williamsport the daughter of Alan and Sally Colbert Caroline is one of More than 100 Young women from across the state vying for the title the Winner to be selected tomorrow night will go on to compete in the National finals to be held in Florida not a Beauty contest the Competition criteria include 30 percent originality of application 20 percent appearance in a business suit 20 percent evening gown 30 percent individual interview with the judges Community service is stressed rehearsal for the evening gown Competition will be held this afternoon escorted by her father Caroline will be modelling a gown made by her Mother following dinner this evening Caroline will com Pete in the speech com petition her topic will be my Volunteer service with special olympics individual interviews with the judges will be conducted saturday morning the pageant is slated to begin at pm during the pageant the contestants who were judged to have Given the top five speeches and the top five Talent presentations will perform in addition to the crowning of the state Winner a highlight of the pageant will be the selection of miss hospitality miss hospitality will travel with the state Winner and will act As official hostess at pageant sponsored activities the Queen will receive a scholarship a Banner and Tiara while miss hospitality will receive a Banner and a Tiara also to be crowned will be miss congeniality and miss photogenic sponsoring the pageant Are who who teen Magazine and Barizon modelling school Caroline who will graduate with the Juniata Valley High school class of 1983 will be attending Slippery Rock state College in september where she will major in special education her summer plans include attending the state special olympics and the United presbyterian triennium to be held this year at Purdue University in addition to her Volunteer work with the special olympics Caroline is involved with the big sister program and assists in the Library and with Reading classes she has compiled 150 Volunteer hours in the Huntingdon county nursing Home animals studies suggest food preservatives Uch As Bra and but and moderate doses of Vitamin a and Vitamin k May protect against the risk of breast cancer said Mettlin he said eating a Low calorie Low fat diet and following nutritional guidelines for Vitamin intake were the safest guidelines a woman could follow to protect against breast cancer other research shows Oral contraceptives do not increase the Overall risk of breast cancer John w Berg of the University of Colorado health science Center in Denver said there is some evidence however the Pill May adversely affect a Young woman who has not borne a child no adult american woman is at such Low risk for breast cancer that she can safely be excluded from the educational and screening programs appropriate for her age he said also planned for the weekend Celebration in Honor of the act3rs 75th birth Dayare a Parade and a film festival of stewarts movies Stewart accompanied by his wife Gloria was scheduled to arrive in Indiana Friday for the unveiling the statue will be Tran sported to a foundry for final casting after the ceremonies that process is expected to take four months breast cancer research heredity still Best indicator Alexandria Contd from Page 1 she plans to attend the Centre county vocational technical school for training As a practical nurse later she plans to obtain a degree As a registered nurse and then go into inhalation therapy she was president of her class at Juniata Valley in her Junior and senior years and she was a member of the Moi Trump Man facing three charges a Xvi out Union Man Carl Stanford Beaston 18 of 316 n Jefferson St mount Union was arrested by mount Union Borough police last night on three charges Beaston faces charges of disorderly conduct and criminal trespass As the result of an incident at pm at the Harshbarger residence 77 e Pennsylvania ave mount Union police said he also faces a disorderly conduct charge due to an incident at the intersection of front and Sherman its at pm last night police also announced that Nathaniel l Fortson 33 to Box 88 mount Union was arrested for obstructing the Highway As a result of the incident at pm at the Corner of front and Sherman dance Mapleton Awrich saturday May 21 w1 country Harvest dance mount Union vow sat May 21 Musk by Austin City limits a guests 11 dance Hill Valley hotel 747 it Union Fri m atm sat May 21 of Friday night dinners Huntingdon elks club this weeks special filled pot chops includes stood Tor potato Roll or Trimp in of tall tmt9 Boston Cupl certain food preservatives and vitamins May protect against the risk of breast cancer and unsaturated fats such As Corn Oil seem to promote it but doctors say heredity is the most accurate indicator for its potential victims dietary habits and hormone intake and production May protect against or contribute to breast cancer however research on their effects has produced few conclusive findings doctors at the cancer society National conference on breast cancer said thursday there is no pattern More meaningful for identifying the risk of breast cancer than hereditary clustering or Henry t Lynch told con Ference participants the convention continues today with discussions on treating breast cancer High blood Levels of oestrogen or pills containing the hormone May increase the risk of breast cancer but Only if taken in very High amounts said or David b Thomas of the Fred Hutchinson cancer research Center in Seattle breast cancer is not largely dependent on Hor Monal factors this is perhaps heretical but this is the conclusion i have reached he said consumption of unsaturated cats such As Corn Oil Sun Flower Oil and soybean Oil result in More tutors in Laboratory animals than saturated fats such As lard butter or Coconut Oil said or Curtis Mettlin of Roswell Park memorial Institute in Buffalo by he said studies indicate countries with Low fat diets have fewer cases of breast cancer the american diet which includes 20 percent unsaturated fats May actually promote tutors he said in the United states the trend has been toward in creased total fat consumption and increased use of polyunsaturated cats however breast cancer incidence among White women in the United states has changed very Little Mettlin added researchers said the Only reliable indicator of who is at risk for breast cancer is a Strong family history that includes cancer occurring in mothers and Sisters at an Early age and in both breasts fifty percent of the women with that hereditary background will acquire the disease a doctor said i consider the hereditary genetic risk the strongest risk known to Man or predicting breast cancer said Lynch of Creighton University school of Medicine in Omaha neb the acs estimates 114900 new cases of breast cancer will be diagnosed in 1983 Lynch predicts 5 percent of them have inherited the disease breast cancer is the leading cause of cancer deaths in women Between the Ages of 15 and 74 in 1978 it claimed 34329 lives and the death rate has not decreased in the last Pehelic workers face strike vote Indiana a up about 2300 Pennsylvania electric co workers will Lake a strike vote monday because of a failure to Settle a third year wage and vacation reopened clause in their contract negotiations broke off about 7 pm thursday night bet Ween Johnstown based pen elec and representatives of International brotherhood of electrical workers Union local 459 no further talks were scheduled the two sides had met All Day with a Federal mediator at the Sheraton inn but no Progress was reported wages reportedly Are the major stumbling Block Union officials said they will file an unfair labor practice charge today against the Utility the firs year of the two year pact expires wednesday company officials had no immediate comment pen elec serves 517000 customers in 31 counties in Central and Northern Penn Sylvania huge Stewart statue to be unveiled Indiana a up1 a 9foot statue of Jimmy Stewart will be unveiled this weekend outside the Indiana county courthouse during ceremonies honouring the Academy award winning actor and Indian native California sculptor Malcolm Alexander who created the statue met with local officials thursday and called Stewart a wonderful Man who has still remained the boy from in Diana despite the Fame that has accompanied his 40year film career the statue valued at More than depicts Stewart with one hand in his pocket and wearing a hat it is being paid for by a committee of local residents that held fund raisers and sold mementos of the occasion dance Huntingdon Friday May 2tth picture this Frame shop 5m St fat fed sir tick needlework a qty Malhy it Nom somthim6 Wick Tab wat comb iuntin600n i driven theatre Huntingdon a 24 it answering service phone Fri sunday Stallone this time fighting for his life first blood Aiso the Possession omon to a May senators Contd from Page l on his statement Specter said the Only gift be received was a free season pass to Philadelphia Phillies baseball games Worth he also said he owned a 1976 Jaguar which he valued at a maximum of it is impossible to determine exactly How much the senators Are Worth because the statements provide Only Broad estimates of individual assets such As houses stocks and savings senators Are not required to list their salary on heir disclosure forms or their primary residence but they must reveal How much they earned in speaking fees and other Hor Ioria while House members Are limited to in speaking fees each year senators Are allowed to receive As much Honoria As they wish Heinz said he earned in speaking fees including from such groups As Republic National Bank of new York the american textile manufacturers Institute and the investment company Institute he donated All his speaking fees to Charity including to the Mon Valley unemployment committee in Pittsburgh and to United steelworkers local 1196 in Brackenridge near Pittsburgh Heinz earned in 1982 from Blind trusts Stock dividends real estate partnerships and other sources altogether Heinz reported a minimum of s3 594 million in assets and in liabilities among other assets Heinz also listed at least Worth of land in Nantucket mass As Well As a Jojoba farm in Phoenix Ariz Specter earned sl7500 in speaking fees none of was donated to Charity he reported an income of in 1982 including when he ended his partnership interest in the Philadelphia Law firm of Dechert Price and Rhoads Specter and his wife Joan also earned at least from mrs spectres dessert company Specter listed assets of at least million including an apartment on society Hill in Philadelphia Israel Bonds life insurance savings and a 1979 Camaro and 1975 Monte Carlo to in lignin Mai justs k a hit my to met 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