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1215 Sldte Hill Road , PA "Opinion Line" Mond&y - S.-30 to #»*30 AM. ; 643*4043 Vol. 57 TWENTY CENTS ' PER COPY HUNTINGDON, MOUNT UNION and SAXTQN TUESDAY, JANUARY 9,1979 JPEONE: s F In Handling Cambodia • . \^j . . . . . _ - •. Civil Court Ruling Ends Trial Quickly A jury trial in.Huntingdon County Civil Court came to an unexpected conclusion late yesterday afternoon when . Judge Morris M. Terriz/i granted the defendants' motion-for a compulsory non suit. suit. As a result of the ruling, the case was decided by the court .in favor of the defendants, Marlin Edward Home, 37, and his wife, Erna Home, Huntingdon Huntingdon Star Route. • The plaintiff in the case was Robert J. Heverly, 67, Mill Creek. The jury of eight women and four men was dismissed by the court alter the compulsory non - suit ruling was given. It had been expected that the trial would not be concluded until today. The Homes were represented by Attorney Paul S. Foreman, Altoona, former Blair County judge. Heverly was represented by Attorney Newton C. Taylor and Attorney Robert ' B Stewart, III. The jury panel, selected last Nov. 6, returned yesterday morning for the trial minus one regular juror and one alternate. The 12 - member panel was sworn and the case opened at 9:50 a.m. The lawsuit was instituted by Heverly against the Hornets, Hornets, based upon alleged malicious prosecution of him by the defendants in. 1975. A criminal prosecution instituted instituted at the request of the Hornets terminated favorably for Heverly when he (Heverly) was found not guilty of criminal trespass by (Cont'donPageS) Diane Joins Staff At PSP Station "Diane speaking," that's the answer you get if you call the Huntingdon state police sub - station station now from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. The voice belongs to Diane Sue Locke of-Shade Gap the first W i?^ an en ?P lo y ee at tne barracks. Diane is now training as a police communications officer (PGO) and soon will be assigned full time to the desk. She is pictured with State Trooper Carl Brion who is teaching her the finer points of the job. Employment of the 34 - year - old woman will re ease a trooper for traffic duty. Diane is a daughter of Dr. Radford C. Locke of McConnellsburg McConnellsburg and Eleanor Huston Locke, Camp Hill. She is a divorcee, the mother of three children. Lost Ground Monday Profit Taking Slows Market Troopers Probe 4 ' ent Requests Received UNITED NATIONS <upn — The U.N. Security Council today faced the dilemma of receiving a Cambodian prince and handling divergent requests from two Cambodian governments, both claiming to represent the war-torn nation. While considering a request ' by the Khmer Rouge government government to condemn a Vietnamese Vietnamese led invasion, the Security Council received word of the fall of Phnom Penh to rebel forces that staged a spectacular 15-day military drive. The new revolutionary rulers of Cambodia then informed informed the council any U.N. debate on the topic woul'd be a violation of the U.N. Charter. Diplomatic sources said the only action Hhe Security Council could take on Cambodia Cambodia would be an appeal for a cease-fire, for withdrawal of, all foreign troops and-for a negotiated settlement with possible U.N. mediation. But any council decision will require at least the consent of the two rival Communist superpowers — the Soviet Union and China — and either can veto any resolution not to their liking. . China has supported the Khmer Rouge government, svhile. the Soviet Union is backing Vietnam and the new rulers in Phnom Penh. In a note relayed by Viet, Viet, nam, Heng Samrin, the new Cambodian head of state, said the regime.of Premier Pol Pot had been' ousted Sunday, and the rebels now control Cambodia. "A council meeting to'heap the representative of the Pol' Pot clique, that is, of a nonexistent government, would therefore constitute a (Cont'donPageS) Interior Of Home Is Gutted The interior of the gracious home of Dr. and Mrs. John C. Horn of Alexandria shows the ravages of the fire that destroyed Killmarnock Hall and claimed the lives of Mrs. Horn and her youngest son, James. Firemen were at the scene in Alexandria until late last night and then were called back early this morning as fire continued to flare-up in the ten-room mansion. Alexandria Blaze Still Burns Candle Blamed A lighted candle that was not extinguished after the 12th Night celebration' at Killmarnock Hall is believed to have caused the blaze early yesterday which destroyed the Alexandria Alexandria mansion with a loss of two lives. Alexandria firefighters continue today to battle the $200,000 fire which took the lives of Solveig E. (Wald) Horn, 64, and her youngest son, James Horn, 23. marshal's office, Hollidaysburg, is continuing. Dr. John C. Horn, who escaped from the burning home in his nightwear, told investigators thai four or five candles were burning in the giant living room during the traditional 12lh Night celebration ; on Sunday evening. He said he recalled extinguishing several of (he candles, but could not recall putting out a ball - shaped candle that was suspended from the ceiling, near a window and drapes. Firelighters said the blaze started in the living room

Clipped from The Daily News09 Jan 1979, TuePage 1

The Daily News (Huntingdon, Pennsylvania)09 Jan 1979, TuePage 1
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