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Boog and Fred:

I couldn't agree more. I didn't know much about guns unil I moved to Missouri. My experience was limited to Boy Scounts - (shooting 22's at French Creek). We own several guns and enjoy them safely. My greatest concern for our country is apathy. When people stop caring things go to heck pretty quick. I appreciate your comments and this web page. It shows me that people still care. God bless!


Added: March 26, 2014
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Boog,

Great commentary, lets just hope that a couple of dirty bombs don't get in here. I too am a big gun advocate. We need to remain on guard and armed.
Fred C.


Added: March 26, 2014
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AMERICA'S HUNTERS --- Pretty Amazing! The world's largest army... America 's hunters! A blogger added up the deer license sales in just a handful of states and arrived at a striking
conclusion: There were over 600,000 hunters this season in the state of Wisconsin .
Allow me to restate that number: 600,000 Over the last several months, Wisconsin's hunters became the eighth largest army in the world. More men under arms than in Iran. More than France and Germany combined.
These men deployed to the woods of a single American state, Wisconsin, to hunt with firearms, and no one was killed. That number pales in comparison to the 750,000 who hunted the woods of Pennsylvania and
Michigan's 700,000 hunters, all of whom have now returned home safely.
Toss in a quarter million hunters in West Virginia and it literally establishes the fact that the hunters of those four states alone would comprise the largest army in the world.
And then add in the total number of hunters in the other 46 states.
It's millions more. The point? America will forever be safe from foreign invasion with that kind of home-grown firepower. Hunting....it's not just a way to fill the freezer.. It's a matter of national security.
That's why all enemies, foreign and domestic, want to see us disarmed. Food for thought, when next we consider gun control. Overall it's true, so if we disregard some assumptions that hunters don't possess the same skills as soldiers, the question would still remain...what army of 2 million would want to face 30, 40, or 50 million armed citizens?
I FEEL GOOD THAT WE HAVE AN ARMY OF MILLIONS WHO WOULD PROTECT OUR LAND AND I SURE DON'T WANT THE GOVERNMENT TAKING CONTROL OF THE POSSESSION OF FIREARMS)
For the sake of our freedom,don't ever allow gun control or confiscation of guns


Added: March 26, 2014
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For those that are interested, a Juniata Park reunion is scheduled on June 28,2014 at the Lighthouse Point restaurant 5101 Shawcrest Road, in Wildwood, N.J. This will be the third year that Joe Passio has organized this event. Joe volunteers his time and effort to provide an opportunity for all of us who lived in this great community of Juniata Park to get together to reminisce and have a good time. Dancing, drinks and food are provided at a reasonable cost; all we need is you to attend. -- Information to follow.

Robert Haller


Added: March 23, 2014
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Forgo to mention that I went to Holy Innocents in the 1960's. My friends were Ken Hesselpoth, Jimmy John Hooven, Warren Gross, Jamie Connors, Jimmy Kelly, Michael Swallow. We played Spooks and Bells out with the foxes (Alice, Claire and Rita) and the Hoovens. I went to La Salle H.S. and La Salle College. I remember Wick's Tavern and when the Flyers won the cups. We didn't have cable tv but Wick's could get the game on TV. We would walk in quietly and you would have 10 kids lined against the wall hoping not to be noticed in order to watch the game. I remember when Mackley had a pool and you paid 25 cents to get in (before Piccoli). The pharmacy was Herbie's or Greenies and they had had dipped Breyers and old fashioned soda fountains. I remember when kids would sell soft pretzels out of their wagons for 5 cents each. Pick up basketball games over at Hoppo. I remember PennFruit, Pantry Price, Renel's and Kiddle City. What a great place to live back in the day. I was a Safety at M and Hunting Park Ave and our crossing guard was Mrs. Fedines. The church doors were aways open 24/7 and you could go anywhere safely. Every once in a while they would turn the fire plug on and we would have a ball. There was always something to do even without cable, VCR's, gameboys and computers - all you needed were friends and a ball and you had a pick up game. I miss those simpler times.

Added: March 22, 2014
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Hello to all. I have some great memories of growing up in Juniata. It's great to hear people talk about those old times. I worked at John Sturm's as a delivery boy and delli worker on the corner of Lycoming and Glendale. I have some photos from when we were kids - old black and whites that i will tr to post.

Added: March 21, 2014
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Paul,

,,,and hello to you! Hope the family is well?
As for my family,Mom and Dad have passed on,
surely miss them. Everyone still lives in Philly.
Janet still lives on 'M' St. I moved on and now
live in Florida.I retired from Feds. Now a field
engineer for major contractors. Enjoying the great
weather.

Keep in touch; do you still live in Juniata?

Take care and be well.

Fred (carcifi@gmail.com)


Added: March 7, 2014
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Freddie C.
How you doing? How is Al Judy Janet tell them I said Hi.

Paul Procknow


Added: February 27, 2014
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I am posting this on behalf of Janet Ashby. Her brother Jimmy has passed away anyone wishing to pay their respect can do so on March 1st 2014 at Galzerano Funeral Home 9304 Old Bustleton Ave 19115 from 10AM to 10:45AM. No Obituary will be posted in any newspapers. Janet asked instead of flowers donations could be made to the Juniata Park Boys and Girls Club.

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Margie,

YOU ARE SO RIGHT, WE GREW UP THERE AT THE RIGHT TIME. SEEMED LIKE EVERYTHING WAS GOOD. DIDN'T THINK OR WORRY ABOUT DRUGS OR PERVERTS!

BY THE WAY, MY FIRST JOB WAS AT JUNIATA HRDWARE AT 15. SURE WISH I COULD GO BACK TO THAT TIME.

FRED


Added: February 19, 2014
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