The Daily News from Huntingdon, Pennsylvania on May 20, 1981 · Page 7
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The Daily News from Huntingdon, Pennsylvania · Page 7

Huntingdon, Pennsylvania
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Wednesday, May 20, 1981
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THl CAILY N6WS r Mdun» Uftlen and Saxton, 1911 - PAO1 1 APPLEBY'S IGA FOODLINER THIS WEEK'S BANKROLL Authority Offer LAST WEEK'S WINNER Sheldon Heaster of Mapleton had his name drawn but did not have his card punched. This Week's Bankroll Specials Skinless & Shankless Whole or Half Smoked Ham Lb. $|19 $]39 Penn Pride Ski Bologna ... .chunk--Lb. ~' sliced —Lb. Penn Pride Kolbassi. .......... Lb. $ 1 59 Smoked Pork Chops . .IB. I $ 1 69 Smoked Pork Sausage . .'IB. I Lean Ground Beef (Formerly Ground Chuck) Lb. I While Supply Lasts The ' Redevelopment Authority of Huntingdon County approved a contract for ground maintenance on properties in the Mount Union project yesterday at its regular meeting in smithfidld. Three resolutions were adopted authorizing the preparation, execution and delivery of deed on disposition parcels. Authority chairman Charles Qrimmlnger conducted the meeting. Other board members present were Harold Donahey, Sophia Krut and Allen Glass, and the solicitor, Atty. Scot Gill. Present for staff were Woody Sager. executive director, and Joann Remek. Action was tabled on selecting a redeveloper for disposition parcel 3-C in MOunt Union because of the need to. reproclaim a reuse value for the lot. The authority will proceed to take action to quiet title on the piece since there is a missing deed revealed in the title search. Delivery of deed was approved for parcel 4-B in Smithfield project. This parcel, 25 feet wide by 142 feet deep is a half lot being sold to adjacent property owners at Eighth St. and Pa. Avc.. IHc Webbs, U> addonioiheifoxistihglot. .DelivefV of dfetd was aulhofized tot pdfdel 20-B ifi. Mount tJftidrt. the 75X121 parcel is belrtg sold to Waffeii Woodfcrd as a site for his trailer horn6. Delivery of deed was also approved for parcel 36-J in Mount Union, to Esther Trice, as a site on which 16 erect a trailer. The irregulary - shaped parcel is located at the end of Filbert St. the authority voted unanimously to adopt a resblution for a certificate of compliance for a contract with the Dept; of Community Af : fairs to receive a grant for special "Agnes" funds to close out the smtthfield project. < Sager also presented the monthly invoices for review and approval by the authority, Joann Remek described the discussions held with a number of parties in Mount Union regarding grass cutting and weed control on redevelopment authority owned properties, this summer. The authority agreed to offer a contract to Ivan Phillips at a rale of $5 an hour. ^ A brief executive session was held prior to the adjournment of the meeting. Incumbent (Cont'dfrom Pagel) 1,441 voles. On the same ticket. Roy T. Burdge got 978 votes and David C. Fyock collected 987 in the jury commissioner race. In the balloting yesterday $159 Get to know Elite's Pizza. SERVICE SPECIALS At WESTOVER Ford Lincoln Mercury 30 East Shirley St., Ml. Union, Pa. Ph. 542-8696 Complete Car Wash Front End Alignment Lube, Oil Filter $ 5.00 '15.00 M2.95 Two Qualified Technicians on duty: Mon.-Frl. 8 AM to 5 PM. For Complete Car Needs Call Our Service Manager for Appointment Today. Ph. 542-8696. eouniians also voted ' f6r nominees M justice dt the suprefwe Court, judges 6T the Superior Court antl Judge 6f the C6fnm on weal ttt court. Mere are the Huntingdon bounty totals on the bench positions: DfiMOGRAf id justice of the Supreme Court: James f. McDermotl, 898; William D. Hutchison, 863; S.L. Farino, 887; Robert E. ColVille, m> Maxwell E. Davison, 796 1 ; John R. Glancey ( 564. Judge of superior Court: John McLane. 907; Stephen J. McEwen, Jr., 795; Robert M. Cohen, 710; Lewis W. Wetzcl, 591; Richard OlSalle, 730; Michael D. Bart, 376; James E. Rowley, 784; Donald E. Wieand, 516; David N. Savitt, 466; Robert A. Latrone. 348; Perry J. Shertz, 304; Peter Paul Olszewski, 278; Vincent A. Ciriilo, 678 and Carl Martin Yost. 606. Commonwealth Court: Joseph T. Doyle. 1709 and Madeline Palladino, 902. REPUBLICAN Supreme Court: William D. Hutchison. 2,478; James T. .McDermotl. 1,437; S.L. Farino. 1,274; Joseph R. Glancey. 576; Maxwell E. Davison, 1.730; Robert E. ColVille, 1,521. Superior Court: John McLane. 1.798; James E. Rowley. 2.130; Perry L. Shertz. 1.150; Carl Martin Yost, 1.516; Michael D. Bart, 847; Vincent A. Ciriilo, 1.425; Stephen. J. McEwen. Jr., 1.549; Lewis W. Wetzel. 828; David N. Savitt, 690; Peter Paul Olszewski, 376; Donald E. Wieand, 993; Robert M. Cohen. 1.025 and Richard Disalle. 210. Commonwealth Court: James F. Geddes. Jr., 1,272; Madaline Palladino, 1,549 and Joseph T. Doyle. 1.999. Sunny, Weather Is Predicted Mostly sunny and warmer weather is on tap tomorrow for the Huntingdon area. Thursday's maximum temperature reading should be near 75, according to the National Weather Service. It will be fair tonight, with the low near 40. The probability of precipitation is less than to percent for tonight and tomorrow. The extended outlook, Friday through Sunday, is for partly cloudy Friday and Saturday. iA few showers are possible on Sunday. Yesterday's high temperature reading in Huntingdon Borough was 64 and the low last night was 34, the reading at 6:30 a.m., observation time, today v No precipitation was recorded during the preceding 24-hour period. Quality Heating Oil GRIFFITH OIL Huntingdon Mount Union County's (Cont'd from Pagel) Monday, in Altoona Hospital. The cause of death was determined by an autopsy performed at Altoona Hosptial yesterday morning by Dr. Eugene Sneff, pathologist. Coroner Burkey said the post mortem examination showed the Woodcock Valley man's death caused by "pneumonia due to pulmonary edema as the result of serious head injuries" suffered in the one-car accident on Route 22, Brady Twp., last Feb. 7. It was Huntingdon County's seventh traffic fatality of 1981, , counting two deaths that occured last Friday afternoon in a three - vehicle smashup in Mount Union Borough. Koss. critically injured in the wreck, never regained consciousness. Coroner Burkov said DIVORCES 175 GO TOTAL See Our Ad in the Classified Section, under Public Notice. Ellio's knows how to please pizza-hungry America.. .we've been doing it for years! And Ellio's knows that people in this J area will love it, too. First, because Ellio's knows how to make great crust. _ Perfectly seasoned sauce. Luscious real cheese. Fresh, delicious pepperoni. And mouth-watering sausage. Second, because Ellio's knows how to make pizza-loving pay! The coupons below make our great prices even easier to swallow! E1110S Mr. Qroctr. Th* bearer ol (hit coupon It •milled to 20* oil on In* purchase ol any Elllo'* Froien.Pliza with cheese. We wHI redeem IMt coupon lor 20* pfui 7« handling. 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