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Historical Headlines – June 20

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Historical Headlines – June 20

6/20/1968 – The jury deliberated a short time yesterday before they found David Eugene Cravener of Kittanning RD6 guilty on two indictments of burglary, larceny, and stolen property. Cravener was involved with taking liquor and other merchandise from the Twin Pines and potato chips, cigarettes and candy from Eberts Service station March 23 of this…

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Historical Headlines – June 19

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Historical Headlines – June 19

6/19/1968 – As expected, Governor Raymond Shafer today signed controversial legislation making Pennsylvania the first state in the nation to use tax funds for cash payments to aid church -related and private schools. 6/19/1968 – James Edward Brumbaugh, 19, of 112 Curtis Street, Tarentum, this morning pleaded guilty to a general charge of murder before…

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