The Daily News from Huntingdon, Pennsylvania on May 20, 1981 · Page 6
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Daily News from Huntingdon, Pennsylvania · Page 6

Huntingdon, Pennsylvania
Issue Date:
Wednesday, May 20, 1981
Page 6
Start Free Trial

PidfcedAt Southern PAttt 8 -THE OAILV NEWS, Kontirtfldoft, Mounl UnlbH and SoxfOfl, Pfl., May 20,19fl1 ar'lfiii Supreme Court, flfie Association, He has Been a also Is a ScfMtbrf native, , udge 15 years. fire .victories by .flatty- oTswxfrBkl, . 85, of staled CahdldfltOs demon- Wilkes-Bafrie, Striated the abtllly of pfllltieai County, has 14. ygafs partloR to get out voters in a perlence as a judge, low-interest election such as ttn appeals court race, Philadelphia candiaates were hurt by a low turnout there. Posts ort the court, an in- tortncdlftle bench which, has final authority In state law In «otno Instances, are for 10 years and pay $02,500 annually, The four Interim Judges were appointed by tiov. Dick Thornburgh in accordance with a voter-approved Superior Court expansion to 15 TM Boar d Nominees Decided ^ in tfoe southern Huntingdon (ftttftfy; Seiwol DisMef Mstwdav eieeted mymin&a w lhw« rovtf * year aehflttl \m?$ posts and one two f\ Allison was tw llw TteflwMlean nomination tar a i\w j^af terro ' Swltn, an v ta* on too hoard of ««AtuHKt Ihe nomination ot ooth parties for the (all fionwal election In olosw balloting* in ttw HttpMUcon Party rnco she received 72 voles to win over Daniel F, Lano with ea and Joseph 0, Hobble with 2" votes. The voting district Includes Snltlllo and Three Springs Boroughs. In liie Democratic balloting Smllh received 47 votes to capture that nomination with Lane getting 40 votes and Hobble picking up 17. Another double nomination was picked up by Marie Ramsey Strelghtlff In the district composed of Shade Gap Borough and Springfield Township. On the Republican ballot Strelghtlff had 38 votes to 37 for Ray A. Try and 25 for Rodney Eugene Marshall. On the Democratic ballot Strelghtiff picked up 22 votes against four for E. Carl Me- Mullen. There will be a contest in the Tell Township district in November since Joseph C Berrier received 37 votes to edge James H. Speer, Jr., who had 35 in the Republican voting. Speer. however, cross- filed and won the nomination on the Democratic ballot. Party- judges, v All but one of the candidates ran as both Republicans and Democrats, Also In the race were; Robert Latrone, 49, a Philadelphia judge; Lewis Wetzel, 38, a Luzerne County lawyer; Carl Yost, 37, a Kunkletown, Monroe County lawyer - farmer - auctioneer; Michael Bart, 33, a Luzernc County prosecutor; and Robert Cohen, 38. a Montgomery County lawyer. Sherlz, 52, of Kingston, Luzerne County, also was endorsed by the Pennsylvania Bar Association. He is a retired Marine officer.- McEwen Jr., 48, of Drexel Hill. Delaware County, is a former district attorney. Cirillo, 53, of Narberth. Montgomery County, has been a county judge for a decade. He raised substantial campaign contributions. Tragedy struck his campaign with the sudden death of his father while working at the polls, Rowley. 55, of Aliquippa. Beaver County, has 15 years experience as a judge. DiSalle, 51, of McMurray, Washington County, also was endorsed by the Pennsylvania Bar Association. He has been a county and state judge 12 years. . Wieand, 54, of Allentown, was also endorsed by the Pennsylvania Bar Coon May Run Unopposed In November Voters in Saxtbn Borough went to the polls Tuesday to vote for candidates running for offices in the primary election, in the mayoral race, Kim T. Coon received 114 voles on the Republican ballot nnd 48 write • In votes on the Democratic .ballot, The incumbent mayor, Nick Villa, did not file a petition for the primary election. In the race for council, four four • year seats Were up for grabs. Incumbent council members Alan Smith and E. Paul Hamman and Harry C. Holesline and Margaret R. Jones, captured votes on both the Republican and Democratic ballots. Smith was a write - in, collecting 12 votes on the Democratic ticket and 18 on the Republican ticket. \ Notestine received 74 Republican votes and nine Democratic votes; Hamman received 103 Republican votes and 11 Democratic; and Jones captured 82 Republican votes and seven Democratic votes. One two - year council seat also appeared on the ballot. Dr. Merrill Arnold Was the only name appearing on the ballot. He received seven Democratic votes and 101 Republican votes. Wtien the polls. following yesterdays primary election, the results of the TtisaeV M&untaift School Beafd of Education 1 face were tabulated as follows: — For -the Democratic nomination in Area 1 - Glenn A- Moffat, i&6; Stephen G. Mnapotos, W9; and Russ (Matter, 71. Area 11 - Judy D. Wright, 161; Robert E. McCartney 111. 88; Curtis Horton, 76; and Prank Husick, 75. Area'111 - Kenneth Burkett, 146; John G. Russell, 68; Robert R. Clapper Sr., 30; and Jack L. Putt, 26. —• For the Republican nomination in Area i — Stephen G. Johnopolos, 104; Glerto A-. Moffat, 1 ?!; and Russ Motter, 36. Area II - Robert E. McCartney 111, 38; Judy D. Wright, 37; Curtis Horton, 36; and Frank HUsick, 17. Area III — John G. Russell, 130; Kenneth Burkett, 121; Robert R. Clapper Sr., 87; and Jack L. Putt, 26. Appearing on the November ballot from Area I will be Glenn A. Moffat, Democratic candidate, and Stephen G. Johnopolos, Republican candidate: Representing Area II will be Judy D. Wright. Democratic candidate, and Robert E. McCartney III, Republican candidate. Candidates from Area III will be Kenneth Bufkett, Dehtberat,, kmr MB»; ttepufiisefn: • Lang Wins In 5-Way GOP Fight Karl Lang defeated a quartet of opponents In Tuesday's primary balloting to cop the Republican Party nomination for Tax Collector in Huntingdon Borough, In the fall balloting he will face the Democratic party nominee Betty Wilson who was unopposed in the voting yesterday. Lang pulled 517 votes In his quest for the nomination and Outdistanced Frank Clccarelli who polled 323 and Joanne S. Elder with 211 votes, David A. Quarry followed With 127 votes and Suzanne M. Snare received 91 votes. Robert W. Hearn, Barry C. 'Foster and Wanda M. Meyash easily secured Republican party nominations for the borough council and Daniel W. Quarry was unopposed for the party nomination for mayor. On the Democratic Party ballot Mayor Charles L. Jamison was unopposed for the party nomination in November and Charles Bierbach and Richard D. Myers were successful candidates for party nominations for council in the November balloting. (Cbnt'dfrbffiPagei) Joe Mohovich, president 6f UMW LOCai 6295 M 8 N;HI6tial Steel Corp. mine in south- westert Pennsylvania, said "people are definitely getting disgusted" and are "losing faith in Church and his bargaining ability." But striking miners in the Eastern coal region received reassuring news from their peers in Illinois, most of Whom supported the' pact rejected 2'to-l by the overall UMW membership. John Banovic, president- elect.; of Illinois District 12, savs, he believes . Illinois miners want to go to work but will "stick together" with their fellow Bunion members across the nation. John Bennett, a West tfrank- fb'rti. 111., miner who has worked part-time for a funeral director during the strike, said, "1 think the miners are ready to go back to work, but not Without a decent contract. And :,the longer it lasts, the more decent the contract will have to be. You don't want to stay out all thife time for nothing," --. A revised* list of demands tttftWrt up by UMW ftegbtfators 'for the iotto mirters in northeastern Pennsylvania received a cool reception Tuesday frbm the anthracite operators bargaining team. Israeli (Co'nt'd'fromPagei) second Israeli plane in a week. Israel denied the claim. "We doh't want war, or- phanhood, bereavement and disability ... but if they attack us, we will rise and be mighty," Begin told a rally of disabled veterans Tuesday ' v We won't start a war and we don't want war." Hoapi § ""' * iofi area residents were admitted to LewUtawn Hospital during the past week;; 5 Mrs. Jennie C. Fortney. J?3 Taylor Apts., Mount Union and Mrs. Mary B. Goshorrt, Federal Drive, Mount union.,-, Airs. Kalhy C. Kyle an'd daughter, Mount Union, and Mrs. Eva E. Williams. Mount Union, were released from the hospital during the satrfe week. '..; OPEN FRIDAYS 9 A.M. to 9 P.M. COMMUNITY STATE BANK Orbisonia Member F.D.I.C. (Cont'dfrom Page I) McLane Wieand Savitt Wetzel Cohen Rowley McEwen Cirillo Bart Yost Latrone Shertz 209,368 207,797 182,618 161,390 159,685 155,914 150,652 146,637 112,983 106,748 105,776 84,518 Court officials said McLane would be the youngest appeals court- judge in the stale's history.'!!-.elected Mow.. the .; ^establisimafint o. Supreme Count in 1722. Pennsylvania !has .the oldest' appeals count system in the nation. M cLane wofl .on the strength of his favorable, high-identity No. l position on the Democratic ballot, as well as with tremendous support from voters in his home area around Scranton. McLane worked for former Chief Justice Michael Eagan i i i i L McConnellstown — FIRE QUEEN | CONTEST I Is now accepting applications for Fire THOMAS HOME IMPROVEMENTS RD 1 Huntingdon Ph. 627-0839 * Exterior Painting * Interior Painting FREE ESTIMATES FULLY INSURED SATISFACTION GUARANTEED Let Us Save You Money With Our f'INFLATION FIGHTING PLAN" Queen for the McConnellstown Fire • Co. • You must be 16, but no older than 18, unmarried and reside in area of Walker Township. Include photo along with this Nome... Address Send entries before May 25 Linda Tom R.D. 1 Box 87 Huntingdon, Pa. 17264 I I j NOTICE Election of Post Officers For 1981-1982 Simpson Hunt Post American Legion Mount Union Wed., May 20 12 Noon -7p.m. AT THE STONE HOUSE McAAurtries Tavern ' RD 2 • Huntingdon "Tacos All Day" Wed., May 20 MinlcBy: "Country Inspiration" Thurs., May 21 Pitcher Night Music by: J.B. ATTENTION TRUCKERS Bulk Haulers II You Haul Coal, Stone, Trash, Fuel, Logs, Steel or Anything by the Bulk. You will want to attend the Meeting of the Bulk Haulers of Pennsyvlanla. Friday, May 22 7:00 P.M. C.L. Feather Garage I Mill Run ' A wolght Uom will b« pretent and will answer any question* pvrtalnlng to portable scales. For More Information Call: Ell is Whitsel-Ph. 447-3787 WE KNOW SESAME NUT MIX WILL SEDUCE YOU. HERE'S 3CW TO INDUCE YOU. We know you'll be a slave to Planters® Sesame Nut Mix once you taste It. It's almost mystical the way this crunchy combination of ' sesame sticks, peanuts, and cashews seduces ....4 taste buds. So we thought .••:••£ we'd induce you to try it by giving you 300 off. •B Mi |SflVE30«ONPLANTERS • IvihflWB'flMWMMl •»%• • vWAMHl Route 22 Huntingdon Plaza Unbelievable values! All shoes taken ^ from J.S. Raub regular stock & plainly marked with original price tickets. SAVE *2.25™*3.75 ON SANDALS REGULARLY $7.99 to $14.99 and your cuiiomr hgvi («f I*'™ °* |W > wort «ny ellwr opollCQliM ten tliiMl|> Iroud. It^lcil thowinj your (HirclMM el m H«k W MMT all cowwu f id«™d muti bi Mwwn M « w«iT«l, loMd or r«Mri«rt, 6e«l wly In *W/fW lotoliooi Cu»lo<mr my>t pe/ony tglii )«#. Coupon will n«l t* heno/id II pitMUta ilveu^ oyijldj o»|nclti brakift of Olhtrj «hg art not fUOll mtftoton ol ojr mrctejiM V itwtllcolly ouihorUid bv " wr Ar>or,*trn.p«*Xc»Ql gj .S^W.A*** - $ NOW REG. PRICE $7,99 NOW • REG. PRICE $14.99 NOW REG, PRICE $12.99 NOW REG, PRICE $10,99 « BEIGE » CHOQii FTOM --t TAN « BLHI

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 8,600+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free