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Daily News (Newspaper) - May 25, 1990, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania Page 2 the daily news Huntingdon Saxton mount Union Orbisonia a Friday May 25 1990 obituaries police to James Neuder James Neuder 83 of Robertsdale re died unexpectedly at approximately am thursday May 24 1990 at his Home born aug 6 1908 in Robertsdale he was the son of the late Ephriam and Minnie Mcquade Neuder he was United in marriage to the former Edna Blanche Foore on feb 12 1927 in Robertsdale mrs Neuder preceded her husband in death nov 1 1979 or Neuder is survived by the Fol lowing children Edgar Neuder three Springs re Ephriam Neuder Robertsdale re Nelson Neuder Baltimore my Mary Parks Doyles Burg Lester r Neuder or Harrisonville Minnie Wolfe Chambersburg Alice Swope Robertsdale John Neuder Saxton 32 grandchildren 36 great grandchildren and a great great grandson also surviving Are two Sisters Jennie Bock of Robertsdale re Emma Moseby of Robertsdale and a brother Clyde Neuder of Robertsdale or Neuder was preceded in death by a son a daughter three Brothers and a sister he was of the protestant Faith or Neuder a member of the United mine workers Union local 1968 retired after 28 years of service in the Coal mines services will be held at 2 pm Mon Day May 28 in the Long funeral Chapel Saxton with the Rev William Carpenter officiating interment will be in mount pleasant cemetery Cooks friends May Call at the funeral Chapel monday from 12 noon until the hour of rear ended service Edna Garlock Edna Garlock 37 of Mapleton re 1 died last night at approximately pm from injuries sustained in an automobile Accident along route 655 in Cass township arrangements under the direction of the Robert e Peters funeral Home Huntingdon Are incomplete at this time a full obituary will appear in the saturday Sunrise edition of the daily news pc Blair Hospital 3 May 25 1990 admitted Louella Eckley Huntingdon re Steven Grose 1211 Mifflin St Huntingdon Andrew b Bowman Mcveytown re 2 Adam l Goodman Hunt Nedoh re 1 Ruth e Prough Newton Hamilton Terry grouse or Huntingdon re 4 Hunter r Morder mount Union Gladys Knode Deforrest apts Huntingdon Beryl Beatty Saxton discharged Clifford e Shope Cassville Harold Swiger hcr01 Huntingdon Roy a Westfall Hesston re 1 Fulton county medical Center admitted Gary Oakman Warfordsburg Conni Cutshall Mcconnellsburg Glenn Hall Hustontown Herman Mellott Needmore Trade Albegiani Mcconnellsburg discharged Ira Shoemaker Hancock Mendy Ulsh Mcconnellsburg Beth Weimer Rockhill Furnace Good Home cooking1 at the fort family restaurant off exit 13 a Turnpike open daily am pm specials daily try our sunday dessert bar Logan twp state police at Huntingdon report that a Petersburg area Man Roy Lalli 60 faces charges for several traffic violations following a two vehicle Accident 24 at the intersection of routes 305 and 4009 the Accident occurred at about pm when Donna Rupert 46 of Alexandria was travelling East on route 305 and slowed to make a turn onto route 4009 Diamond Valley Road Lalli who was driving behind her failed to slow Down and his vehicle collided into the Back of Ruperts Lalli then fled the scene among the charges he faces is driving under the influence according to police he was not injuries but Rupert received a minor neck Robb cont from Page 1 Booklet on game Laws or some thing mentioned shooting the Deleeuw dogs which were allegedly scaring Robbs horse and told Weinswig to give Bert a message he has 48 hours Robb allegedly said Weinswig said that Robb also mumbled something about he had served his country but Deleeuw had done everything to keep him from doing so Deleeuw later defended Robb As being a Nice Guy which Weinswig said he found ironic Bert Lina Weinswig and the female referred to As Sally were planting a Squash Field when Robb drove up later that Day just before his arrival Weinswig said he heard horse noises and asked what it was he said that Bert said it was a tape recording of Robbs horse that he used to shake up the dogs he then heard a car coming up the Road Robb stayed in the car addressing Weinswig did you give or Deleeuw my message Bert was about 20 feet away Weinswig said Robb continued talking pointing his remarks at Bert mostly talking about the dogs and repeating or Deleeuw he then got out of the car and pulled out the Shotgun Weinswig said noting he was holding it Low at this Point Sally ran off and hid behind a tree the dogs surrounding her i was scared Weinswig said noting that Lina was continually urging Bill put the gun away after the shooting Weinswig and Lina placed Bert in the truck cab and Lina screamed at Bill to leave the t farm Weinswig went to the House had happened and called for emergency help or Maylock testified that a valiant Effort was made by a surgical team save the victims life he had minimal Chance for survival the pathologist said it was a fatal wound unless a Miracle would have occurred Maylock said he described the wound on the right Side of the trunk that damaged the major organs Deleeuw was serving As Walker township supervisor at the time of his death he was instrumental in establishing the seasonal banners Market in Huntingdon probe cont from Page 1 ram into a 16inch gun barrel was accomplished on the first 17 drops there was no explosion the official said on the 18th drop we had a detonation while this test does not exactly duplicate the conditions of a 16inch gun it is cause for continued testing and for the actions the Secretary directed today following the Surprise ignition during thursdays testing of the powder bags Navy Secretary h Lawrence Garrett immediately ordered the Iowa investigation to be reopened the Secretary of the Navy will re examine the Iowa investigation find Ings when the results of the additional testing Are Complete Baker said the United states has four Battle ships the uss new Jersey and the uss Missouri Are in port at Long Beach Calif and the uss Wisconsin and the Iowa Are in port at Norfolk a the blast on the Iowa occurred during testing of the ships 16inch guns while the vessel was on training exercises about 300 Miles Northeast of puerto Rico in the Atlantic All 47 sailors were killed in the top Levels of no 2 gun Turret which housed three of the world War Hera ships nine 16inch guns As Well As shells powder charges and targeting machinery Michael j Fox Christopher Lloyd mar Steenburgen Village pretty woman r Frisa Tsun 7 Mon thru thurs 7 Only Bocc to the future pm part in fit sat Sun Mon thru thurs Sun Mon mat injury neither the makes nor the Condi Tion of the vehicles was reported tent taken Cromwell twp according to state police at Huntingdon a Pup tent belonging to boy scout troop 367 of state College was taken on May 19 during a Camporee held at the agape Camp farm the tent was valued at passengers Hurt Coalmont several Passen Gers in two vehicles were reportedly injured in an Accident on route 913 thursday at pm state police at Huntingdon reported that Sherry Lemin of Robertsdale attempted to drive a 1977 Pinto station Wagon from a private driveway onto route 913 to travel East she drove into the path of a 1983 Chev Rolet operated by Barbara Davis of Saxton both vehicles were demolished when they collided neither Driver was reported injured Lemin was wearing a seat Belt and an unidentified person from her car was taken to pc Blair memorial Hospital seat belts were not in use in the Davis vehicle several peo ple were reportedly injured in that vehicle and transported to Nason Hospital for treatment no further details were available photo by Lloyd Dell Alexandria firefighters stood in a garage outside the recreation room at the Tom Anders Home along the Barree Road in Porter township thursday evening water lines to the fire site were shuttled via tankers from a nearby Pond however there was mostly smoke damage to the basement level room according to Deputy chief Warren Itinger of the Alexandria fire company no cause of the fire has been determined along with the Alexandria company Smithfield and Petersburg companies and the Juniata Valley ambulance were dispatched at pm shavers Creek fire company was placed on standby Call in Petersburg chief Ken Patterson of the Alexandria company Dir Teers the Call ended at am today directed the work of about 25 Volun r world news at a glance Washington Congress passed and sent to president Bush a Bill sending million in emergency Aid to Panama and Nicaragua Early Friday after months of delay that the White House said put the two new us backed governments in Central America at risk the million for Panama and the million for Nicaragua is the Centrepiece of a billion supple mental spending Bill that also pro Vides Money for Domestic purposes ranging from food Stamps to flood Relief Washington president Bush called his decision to renew preferred trading status to China difficult but rhe move was denounced in Congress As Busi Ness As usual and some lawmakers vowed to overturn it Bush saying economic moves against Beijing would Hurt american business and the chinese people announced thursday that he would renew most favored nation status for China Washington with just Days Togo before the Start of the superpower Summit where matters from arms control to German reunification will be discussed president Bush prepared for an action packed memorial Day weekend at his sea Side summer Home in Maine Bush intended to leave before noon Friday for a two hour trip to Kennebunk port Maine where he planned to spend three Days relaxing his robust Way a heavy regimen of fishing golfing boating and Tennis Moscow the russian pre Mier Friday withdrew his candidacy for the presidency of the giant Republic stunning its new Legisla Ture and Clearing the Way for Rene Gade Boris Yeltsin to gain the pow Erful Post the Surprise move by Alexander Vlasov left Yeltsin As the Clear favorite to be chosen by the legislature As its chairman which would make him effective president of the russian Republic and give the populist communist a Strong base from which to Challenge soviet president Mikhail Gorbachev Bucharest Romania antigovernment activists bounced Back from their devastating election defeat with a huge rally marking what one protester called the last Day before communism takes Over about 12000 people the largest crowd yet filled a Central Bucharest Square thursday where opponents of the National salvation front have been demonstrating for 33 Days leading up to president elect Ion file sous inauguration Friday Oakland Calif the Fri was trying to determine if a bomb that went off in a car carrying two members of a militant environmental group was planted by opponents or being transported by the eco guerrillas Earth first members Judi ban 40 and Darryl Chemey 33 whose organization plans a blockade of logging in Northern California this summer were injured thursday when the explosion Tore through their station Wagon Cape canaveral the repaired shuttle Columbia and its seven member Crew were cleared for a sky lighting Midnight launch next wednesday to kick off a 10day space lab astronomy Mission run Ning two weeks behind schedule because of work to replace a faulty valve in the shuttles Cooling sys tem Columbia is scheduled for a fiery nighttime Takeoff at am wednesday on the fourth of nine flights planned for 1990 Washington the Navy is looking at the possibility that the explosion aboard the battleship uss Iowa that killed 47 sailors was an Accident caused by the Over ramming of powder charges into a 16inch gun barrel the Senate armed services committee was to hear testimony on the theory Friday from scientists from Sandia nation Al laboratories of Albuquerque no and from congressional investigators from the general accounting office car classes open to Public at my red Cross unit the mount Union chapter of the american red Cross will conduct the newly required adult cardio pulmonary resuscitation classes wednesday May 30 and Friday june 1 from 6 to 10 pm at the unit office 124 East Market St the classes Are open to the Public there is a fee for additional information please Call the chapter office at 5422567 now you know the planet Neptune radiates More heat than it receives from the Sun weekend dances sons of Italy mount Union sat May 26 Rose Sun May 27 country Thunder dance William Perm inn r 22 2 m s Las of h in v dance Mapleton legion saturday May 26 101 freeway express dance Valley hotel it Union May 26 seria Blue country May 26 you Tell me Rock John Deere Lawn and Garden Headquarters Waad trimmers Mim equipment such Miller Ake we d4 Clatk re o9ar duh Wev 717 9352335 los Angeles the record 21 tons of cocaine seized by drug agents at a san Fernando Valley warehouse last fa51 was smuggled across the mexican Border at Elpaso Texas in the trunks of cars a Federal report said smugglers stockpiled the cocaine in the Border town then drove it to a warehouse in refrigerated tractor trailers Accord ing to a Federal drug enforcement administration report obtained by the los Angeles times and quoted in the newspapers Friday edition Miami former panamanian dictator Manuel Noriega Likely will have to testify on the source of his assets Frozen by the us govern ment to determine How to pay the lawyers defending him against drug charges us District judge Wil Ham Hoyeler ruled thursday that Noriegas lawyers can receive no More than an hour if they Are to be paid by the us attorneys office with the understanding that the government would be reimbursed if any of the defendants Frozen assets Are released weather tonight and Cloudy with a 30 percent Chance of a Shower or thunderstorm Low tonight in the upper 40s wind Light High saturday near 70 sunday through tuesday Hance of showers and thunderstorms each Day lows in the 50s highs 65 to 75 National weather forecast to 7 a not 52690 Ana forecasts prepared Cupl we Auer Christol Franks Beauty shop formerly of Holiday hair fashions now new operator of Shelly Franks shop announces grand opening on june 1st specializing in All the latest styles in cuts perms frosts and hair braiding hours Tuc sat by appointment Only Call 6673581 if no answer 6673481 approximately 20 mins North of hum just off re 26 dance Huntingdon american legion Post 24 Friday May 25 do Don 101 Valley Gar care detail shop re 22 Alexandria pm 6699228 no 6699588 custom car cleaning vans pickups motor Homes re Oil change body rust repairs custom striping Vista Vul restaurant Motel it 22 Huntingdon open 7 Days a week Fri sat specials broiled stuffed flounder meat prime deep Fried scallops to dinners include potato vegetable and All you can eat Toup salad bar sunday May 27 Swiss Steak italian style potato All you can eat Toop it salad bar regular menu available hours Moo thru thurs 5fl Fri 510 sat 510 Sun Loung Daly 4 pin sunday 11 am7 phone 6432544 reservation a accepted for parties Bandit the Etc the daily news founded in 1922 by Joseph f Biddle publisher 1911 1936 John h Biddle publisher 1936 1977 published daily except 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