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Johnstown Tribune Democrat (Newspaper) - November 30, 2007, Johnstown, Pennsylvania
Serving greater Johnstown since 1853 Friday november 30, 2007 50 cents business weekend nativity festival plus events aplenty to get you into the Holiday spirit. D2weather partly sunny and brisk today. High 40 Low 24. C6note to readers some customers May experience later than usual delivery saturday and sunday As a result of attempts to provide Complete coverage of major sporting events. Inside Abby. .d17 Donohue. 017 births. .c6 editorial. .a6 Bridge. .d18 Horoscope. .017 business. Aio lottery.c6 classified. Cd movies. 06 comics. .d18 sports. R1 deaths. .c5 television. 016 for convenient Home delivery Call 532-5000 or 866 307-0905. Good morning Theodore Kordell thank you for subscribing to the Tribune Democrat. Sports half million Dollar Man Joe Paterno s salary a pittance compared with those of other big name coaches. B1 local speaking out on real id town meeting on National identification system draws crowd in Cambria City. A3 War in Iraq i urging troop draw Down Murtha says surge has created window of Opportunity by Randy Griffith the current troop surge has reduced violence and created a a window of Opportunity toward getting . Troops out of Iraq . Rep. John Murtha said thursday. Back from a five Day trip that started with congressmen serving thanksgiving lunch to troops in Kuwait the Johnstown Democrat said he was Well received by . Troops in Kuwait Iraq a Turkey and Belgium. A a in a inspired by the troops a Murtha said. Joining Murtha were reps. David Hobson a Ohio Norm Dicks a Wash. And Sanford Bishop d-ga., and their wives. Murtha said he was impressed with please see Murtha a2 John Rucosky the Tribune Democrat . Rep. John Murtha Speaks to reporters thursday in his Johnstown office. Murtha said the troop surge in Iraq has created a Buffer for the Start of troop withdrawals. First of Many arts Alliance unveils Myca sculpture by Mike Faher a plan to adorn Johnstown with Public Art is moving convard. Officials and lower Yoder township based artist John Stallings unveiled a new sculpture thursday outside the greater Johnstown Community Myca. It signifies the artistic possibilities promoted by Johnstown Public arts Alliance which Hopes to encourage local artists and improve the City by installing More such pieces. A we just think this is a great fit and were looking Forward to Many Curt Davis Johnstown City manager a this is a perfect Pursuit for the City of Johnstown a said Cindy Stallings who with her husband helped found the Alliance earlier this year. John Stallings Myca sculpture is titled a spirit mind and More than 11 feet tall and weighing about 2,600 pounds it is fashioned from durable Cor ten steel a Type often used in Bridge construction. A this piece will change color with the weather but it wont rust a John Stallings said. Sharon Jones Myca executive director said support for Public Art helps a celebrate Johnstown a legacy and showcase the unique diversities of our the Alliance working with City officials has scouted four additional Sites that potentially could Host Art Todd Berkey the Tribune Democrat Johnstown artist John Stallings looks Over his Quot spirit mind and body Quot sculpture after it was unveiled thursday at the Myca in downtown Johnstown. In the Kernville area. The group also finished a feasibility study this year. Supporters say they have applied for Grants and do not plan to ask the City for any Cash. A a it a not coming from Public funds so we re looking for funding sources for the development of Public Art a Cindy Stallings said. City manager Curt Davis said officials support the artists plans. A we just think this is a great fit a he said at thursdays ceremony. A and we re looking Forward to Many anyone looking for More information on the Alliance can email to face a jury a rules out non jury trial in baby death by Sandra k. Reabuck e Bens Burg District attorney Patrick Kiniry is opting for a jury trial for a suburban Johnstown woman charged with third degree murder in the april 2006 death of her Newborn. Defense attorneys had sought a non jury trial by a judge for 34-year-old Jennifer Mckendree of upper Yoder township. But under state Law prosecutors have to agree to a non jury trial which Kiniry has ruled out. Kiniry said the Mckendree u a 0386 Las a unique Mckendree facts and de lenses Quot that a jury of Mcken Dree a Peers should decide. He likened the Case to that of the 1983 Barnhart trial Here in which the parents of a 2 al year old boy who died of an untreated cancerous Wilms tumor were convicted in his death. The parents members of the Faith Tabernacle Church w hich believes in Healing by god through prayer did not seek medical treatment for their son. The barn arts raised first amendment issues but were convicted of involuntary manslaughter and child endanger ment. Their convictions were upheld by both the Pennsylvania and . Supreme courts. Kiniry prosecuted that Case. Mckendree told police she please see jury a2 ornament by Patrick buchnow5ki Shanksville the memory of the passengers and Crew of United flight 93 shines brightly in Washington this Christmas. The flight 93 National memorial ornament is prominently displayed on this years official White House Christmas tree the Centrepiece of elaborate decorations on the theme of a Holiday in the National a a it a wonderful it being on the White House Christmas tree and the National Park service being recognized a said Judy Baeckel a flight 93 ambassador jobless decline area figures Are largest drops in state. A10 in the Ligonier Valley festival of lights dec. 1 -9 Ligonier town Hall ringer Oread House contest dec 1-9 ramada Ligonier merchant raffle window nov 23 dec 27 1 38 East main Street tickets available at participating mendians chamber gift certificates available can be used town wide for information Call Ligonier Valley chamber of com Teri 724-238-4200 a honors flight 93 dead a White House Halls decked with Scenic americana/a2 and Shanks Ille postal worker. The 18-foot Fraser fir in the Blue room is adorned with ornaments representing the country a 391 National Park Sites. The flight 93 Globe was crafted by Latrobe resident Ginny Barnett a red Cross Volunteer for the flight 93 National memorial. She and her husband James were guests of first lady Laura Bush on thursday at the White House. The ornaments main feature is her interpretation of the memorials Mission statement remember september 11, 2001 Honor those we lost choose to make a difference Hope for the ornament is painted with boughs of Hemlock like those bordering the Field at the Shanksville crash site. A ribbon weaving through the branches or ads a do not be overcome by evil but overcome evil with All 40 passengers and Crew along with four terrorists were killed in the crash of United flight 93
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