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   Tyrone Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 19, 1978, Tyrone, Pennsylvania                                Page Two tyrone Daily Herald Monday June 19 Deaths Helen Conrad Mrs Helen Satterfield Conrad formerly of Tyrone died unexpectedly Sunday at pm in a hospital at New Castle Del She was born Feb 8 1909 She was married at Valley Forge April 23 1930 to Payul L Conrad who died Feb 12 1967 While residing in Tyrone her husband was the local Western Union operator She is survived by one son and two daughters Mrs Joseph G Jean Meredith Jr Paducah Kv the Rev W Wayne Conrad Moorestown NJ and Mrs Lee Janet Dettra New Castle Del Eight grandchildren also survive Interment will be made in the Old Presbyterian Church Cemetery Mitlletown Road Delaware County James Calvin Williams James Calvin Williams of 710 North Fifth st Bellwood died Sunday at am at the Altpona Veterans Ad ministration Hospital He was born Aug 161970 at LaJose a son of Samuel and Emma Mae Fishel Williams He is survived by his mother at home and one sister and four brothers Miss Helen of Tucson Ariz and Ellsworth E Paul E Chester W and Glenn R all of Beliwood Several nieces and nephews also survive He was of the Protestant faith and a lifetime member of the Eagles of Seattle Wash and the Bellwood VFW He retired from the US Navy on May 1 1950 as a chief quar termaster after 22 years and three months of service Funeral service will be held Tuesday at 2 pm at the Johnson Funeral Home Bellwood with the Rev Earl Meyers officiating Interment will be at Logan Valley Cemetery Friends will be received at the funeral home today from 7 to 9pm Prop 13 Draws Fire Of Black Pitt Educator PITTSBURGH UPI A leading black Pittsburgh educator says California voters were seeking a simplistic answer to complex problems when they passed Proposition 13 in their recent primary and will be ap palled to see its results Dr David E Epperson dean of the University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Social Work said police and fire protection education and other public services in California will be drastically cut back under the property taxrollback measure The whole thrust of Proposition 13 gets out of hand Epperson said adding that fallout from the measure will affect those who have the least defense including the elderly children and welfare recipients Epperson said he had spoken recently with ad ministrators at the University of California in Sacramento and said they told him its almost chaos there already due to cutbacks of staff and services There is a legitimate concern of Democrats Republicans blacks whites uppermiddleand lower income people that the property tax system has been inequitable Epperson said I would like to move from high property taxes to an equitable income tax as a source for government revenue in Pennsylvania Epperson said a more equitable income tax system would be placed on the basis of earning power and would include elimination of loopholes and tax writeoffs for upperincome taxpayers Whom he termed most able to find ways not to give back to the government He said a tightening of tax loopholes would eliminate a major source of irritation to middleincome taxpayers who pay a higher percentage of taxes than do those in up perincome brackets Even though the Penn sylvania constitution prohibits citizens groups from placing similar proposals on the ballot through the initiative system Epperson predicted a widespread taxpayers revolt movement could spur legislators to place a similar measure on the Pennsylvania ballot There is a large network of people in Pennsylvania who are concerned and there are legislators who will act on it he said Severe Storms through Tuesday with con tinuing scattered thun dershowers across the stale today and in eastern sections on Tuesday mainly in the afternoon and evening hours Lows tonight will be generally in the 60s except for some mid to upper 50s in the northwest Highs on Tuesday will be mainly in the 80s Lottery Numbers PITTSBURGH UPI The winning number drawn Saturday in the Pennsylvania Daily Lottery was Tornado Sinks boat tipped over Divers from Lees Summit Mo joined in the rescue operations early Sunday but could not locate any of the bodies in the treelined lakes muddy waters Six boats dragged the lake for about two hours before finding the first body and the rest were brought up soon afterward A spokesman for the Kansas Parks and Resources Authority which has jurisdiction over the 4000 acre lake said the dragging operations would continue as long as were missing people The missing girl was the daughter and grandaughter of two of the 14 victims Two of the survivors of the mishap were listed in fair condition late Sunday at a nearby Tppeka hospital Authorities early Sunday began pumping water from the boat Smashed chairs lay tumbled against the railing Some card tables on the upper deck which was reduced to a pile of debris were hanging upside down from the awning The wind here had been wicked but before it the tornado came down through here there was a dead calm not a leaf stirring said another camper Robert Green of Bonner Springs Kan It came right down the middle of the lake Green said with the water just aboiling Everywhere else was smooth as glass The dead were identified as Grace Vogel 67 of Topeka Kan Pamela Nelson 28 of Wichita Kan Norris E Weiss 47 of Wichita Judy Patterson 25 of Topeka who was pregnant Mildred Lilly in her 70s of Topeka Sarah Reed 64 of Emporia Kan Muriel Fuller in her late 50s or early 60s of Madison Wis Charles Griffin 33 of Topeka Donald Hawthorn 35 of Meden Calif Tina Kramer 17 of Quenemo Kan Dr Norman Schwartz 48 Prairie Village Kan Sandra Wright 34 of Topeka Carolyn Hart wich age unknown of Topeka and Zubaidah Isa 55 of Emporia Blair Deborah also has an active prison ministry A short business meeting was conducted by President Mary Brunner An invocation was offered by Arthur Michaels The next meeting will take place Aug 29 at 7 pm at the First Lutheran Church 1401 12th Ave Altoona Late Classifieds ANNOUNCEMENTS BAESBALL TEAM 150 Club WinnersI si Week Nos 101 131 7085 Nos 361223265 TrjCo Slo Pitch Softball League Inc 17 June 78 al Ferns Rest 463 Mark Youdes Mike Kelly S50 171 Jim Dowson S25 492 Sam Seiner 351 Kote Miller 473 Belly Fry 470 Frank Kolessey 75 E Palermo 17 J McNeai ST MATTHEWS BAZAAR 300 Club June 17 72 Warren Hunter 102 Pressie Forest 54 Jack Igou Jr 11 Louise Klesios 15 Betty Givin 23 Buddy Aults 103 Diane Berkstresser FOR SALE DOOR BUSTERS THIS WEEK ONLY Wicker Plant Stands Only S399 Electric Hurricane Lamps Starling at SI 795 Premier Vacuum Cleaners Reg NOW New load of Pots and Macrame Hangers plus new shipment of Velvet Paintings Elvis Horses Various animals JUST tNRock Singer Mirrors SANDAES GIFTS GALORE 106W 14lhSt FOR RENT 2 bedroom apartment 106 W 14th Street Heal water and sewage furnished month Call 6842707 No pets or children New Pastors Bell wood from where he has been the pastor since 1972 He and his wife are expected to arrive in Bellwood early next week The church congregation will hold a reception in their honor on Monday July 26 and he will assume the church pastorate and preach his first sermon there the following Sunday Pastor M c R a e was graduated from Lycoming College in 1950 and from Westminster Theological Seminary in 1953 He has served pastorates in Williamsport Muncy Valley DillsburgWellsville Clear field Circuit Avis and Newport He served as a chaplain in the US Air Force from 1956 until 1972 OffDuty Police car The witness was Winfield Kilgore 705 Ridge ave Altoona Morrison contended he was not under the influence He said his head hit the wind shield of the car thus injuring him He was Israel Ready Israeli response or the Egyptian views a spokeswoman said Opposition leader Shimon Peres criticized the statement as a paper roadblock against the establishment of a Palestinian state which he said was a likely result of Begins offer of autonomy for the local population In Cairo Egyptian foreign ministry officials withheld immediate comment on the communique but state controlled newspapers called it ambiguous and an at tempt at procrastination Summers Due northern hemisphere with the sunlight striking the ground very directly so the suns light and heat are con centrated over a small area and the temperatures are high This is the cause of summers warmth The Summer Solstice is the longest day of the year in the northern hemisphere with daylight lasting about 15 hours locally North of the Arctic Circle the sun will not set at all on this day and the North Pole will pass the halfway point of its six months of daylightFor the next six months the sun wuXmove southward in the sky as our days gradually get shorter again Police Probe valued at were taken from the masonry structure at Hodes Junk Yard Lincoln ave and 16th st the evening of June 1415 police report All tanks were recovered the next day undamaged Police report that per entered the building by breaking an 18 by 18 inch glass window located on the west side of the building about five feet above ground level A heavy metal object ap parently was used The double doors on the outside of the building were opened from the inside ac cording to the police report The office in the center of the building apparently was en tered by breaking a 2450 inch plate glass window in a door which was then unlocked from the inside Nothing was reported taken from the of fice and the safe was not tampered with according to police The five tanks were recovered June 15 in some weeds near the Agway Petroleum Co truck storage garage along the Conrail tracks east of Lincoln ave approximately one half block away from the Hodes building The tanks were reported still intact Police are continuing an investigation Damage to the windows broken was set at TwoCar Crash There were no injuries resulting from a twocar accident which occurred at Washington ave and 10th st Sunday at pm A sedan operated by Mervin Nearhoof 13 E 13th st was struck from behind bv a van operated by Charvi M Skillings 313 Sixth st The crash occurred in front of the Citizens fire hall Police report that Nearhoof traveling north on Washington ave rounded the turn beneath the underpass onto 10th st where he was member of Volunteer Fire Co The Skillings vehicle also traveling north on Washington ave rounded the same turn and struck the Nearhoof vehicle from behind Police list damage to the Nearhoof sedan as moderate and to the Skilllngs van as severe v No Drowning Tyrone fire and rescue equipment and volunteer firemen converged on a small streamat dusk on Saturday near the Bald Eagle end of the Rte 220 bypass but discovered no problem It has been reported ah elderly man got separated from a young Lightners Feted By Lions Club After 44th Year The Bellwood Antis Lions Club ladies night dinner and meeting was the scene of a unique type of activity in the honoring of one member and his wife President George Nearhoof announced that June 15 was the 44th anniversary of William and Mildred Light ner better known to their mends as Bud and Mid Nearhoof then presented the couple with a number of cards in the form of a shower from members and their wives and announced that no bride should be without flowers whereupon he presented Mid with a spray of assorted flowers that she had been led to believe was the centerpiece for the speakers table The couple was then presented with a cake in scribed Bud and Mid 44 They sliced each other a piece of wedding cake in the traditional manner and the remainder was then sliced and presented to the guests The Lightners were united in marriage on June 151934 in the Bellwood Lutheran Church by the Rev RP Knoebel Mildred is the daughter of Mrs Ruben Moyer Bellwood William is the son of Mr and Mrs W P Lightner Juniata They have been residents of Bellwood since taking their wedding vows Both are now retired Mildred from teaching in the Bellwood Antis School District and William from the Pennsylvania Railroad Co Both are active in their church community and principally in Lionism They enjoy their summer home in Newton Hamilton Huntingdon County from which they are frequent visitors to Beacon Lodge Camp for the Blind maintained by Lions of the area Their home is at 214 S Tuckahoe st Bellwood Personals Edna G Focht Tyrone RD 5 Candy M Stewart 1220 N Tuckahoe St Bellwood Bonnie J Sultage Tyrone RD 2 Fostoria were discharged from Altoona Hospital Richard Burnshire Altoona RD 3 was admitted to Mercy Hospital Treated at Altoona Hospital emergency room were Michael Glass Altoona RD for laceration of thumb Karen Maurer Altoona for contusion of foot 19 Donnte Hunter Shirley Wyiand Mary Decker Rich Wigrnan Timothy M Bickle Madolyn Weiske Anniversaries Tom and Donna Hesley Bill and Donna Brunner Rocks Damage Beliwood Store Rocks thrown through a window of the Vipond and Vipond paint store in Bellwood resulted in in damage to the window flourescent light bulbs and the windshield of a pickup truck owned by the store State police said that the incident took place sometime between 8 pm Friday and 1 pm Saturday They have requested that anyone having information about the act of criminal mischief call the Hollidaysburg barracks 696 0261 Series Of Dances being tilled by dances spon sored by other groups Dons Disco is built and operated by Lynn Wilson a sophomore at Tyrone Area High School He designed and developed the control system of lights flashing 96 different combinations through a control box he built They produce a variety of patterns of flashing colors syn chronated with his music The indoor pool at the high school may be utilized daily by the public until Aug 19 Week days the pool is in operation from to pm and Swimming instructions are given prior to The opening Weekend hours include from to pm Daily News among the staff at the nations largest daily newspaper was restrained People are working talking to each other she said but theres a strain because the union members believe and know that the purpose ofthis action was to break their union and theyre not pleased A small group had opposed ratification of the threeyear saying it was no better than one offered through a federal mediator before the strike fishing companion and the older man feared the boy had drowned Both were found safe Bel I wood and Antis News LIONS OFFICERS The BellwoodAntis Lions Club recently installed officers for the upcoming year Seated 1 to r George Nearhoof past president Harold Stoudt treasurer Jim McNeil past district governor and Lions in ternational counselor Ray Patterson president Clyde Nan 1st vice president Standing 1 to Charles Pote assistant tail twister Willis Irvin Bud Lightner and Jack Naugle all on the board of directors OUTSTANDING SENIORS The BellwoodAntis Lions Club recently honored two outstanding BA high school seniors Karen Jones second from left was honored by the Lions with the service award for the outstanding senior girl andSteve Betza second from right was honored with the service award for the outstanding senior boy Pictured with the seniors are Ray Patternon left newly installed Lions president and George Nearhoof I right past president Lions Clubs New Leaders Named Here The BeJJwood Antis Lions Club met recently at the Logan Valley Grange to install officers for the upcoming year The club also held Ladies Night honoring the ladies of each member The installation was con ducted by James McNeil past district governor and Lions international counselor The new officers are president Ray Patterson vice president Clyde Nail the Rev Harold Stoudt treasurer McNeil also inducted two new members Paul Pletcher and John McCorinell Four awards were presented Citizen of the Year to Robert Bush Lion of the Year to Paul Kurtz Service Award for graduating Seniorl Girl Karen Jones daughter of Donald and Phyllis Jones 6 N Hawthorne Drive Bellemead Service Award for Fraduating Senior Boy Steve Betza son of George and Patricia Petza 405 Martin St Bellwood The speaker of the evening was Richard Haines Blair County planner Elements of comprehensive planning for Blair County was main topic for discussion with some of the effects on various areas especially the Bellwood Antis area These elements included housing transportation water sewerage recreation and human services The presentation was followed with a question and answer session Other officers include Charles Pote assistant tail twister and Willis Irvin Bud Lightner and Jack Naugle all on the board of directors Things Turn Martha Bell Schoenjnger of Chester County as vice chairman Stanley Miller was re elected Treasurer and Louise Russell was returned to her post as Secretary Former Antis Man Marks 100th Today Edward P Cox born in Sabbath Rest near Pipecroft former Juniata civic and church leader and a retired Pennsylvania Railroad sargeant of police marks his 100th birthday as a guest of the Presbyterian Home for the Aged at Philipsburg today Juriel9fh Cox was a son of Frank B and Kate V Furry Cox and married the former Mary L Hutchison now deceased The couple had four children three of whom are living Edward Cox Wilmington Del Dr Carolyn Cox Shippensburg and Mrs Grace Swan New Bloomfield Mrs Elizabeth Lews one of the four died April 13 After completing his elementary education in the Antis Township schools he taught in the township for two years before attending business school in Altoona He was employed by the Pennsylvania Railroad in 1900 as a clerk in the freight shop of the Altoona car shops a position he held until 1920 when he was named a member of the railroad police department At the time of his retirement in 1947 he held the rankof sergeant Cox was a member of Juniata Borough Council a member and officer of the Logan Valley Grange Bellwood and president of the board of trustees of the Juniata Presbyterian Church For a number of years he occupied several posts in the Juniata Civic Association and had charge of the distribution Fourth Marking Period BA Honor Roll Lists 103 Pupils V V 1 Those high school and junior high school students of Bellwood Antis schools earning an A or B average in their subjects with no citizenship marks against them have been named to the honor roll for the fourth nine week marking period of the 197778 school year 12th Grade Jodi Anger meier Karen Baldwin Rodney Beck Carrie But terbaugh JiiJ Dorminy Steven Endress Linda Gaines Carol Glasgow Michael Glunt Cynthia Graham Leo Graham Debra Harker Janet Himes Karen Jones Penny McFarland Daniel Miller Deborah Miller Justine Mock Beth Parshall Mark Pasquinelli Betty Stevens Shelly Thompson David Turek Diane Veign Brenda Welsh llth Grade Cathleen Cherry Tonya Dorminy Steven Foust Beth Patterson Lance Roulic Daniel Shaver Charles Taylor Richard Webb Spencer Wiggins James Yihgling 10th Grade Ramon Baker Sue Bush Paula Caracciolo Greg Kimble Paula Kowalchik Thomas Kurtz Colleen McGinnis Diane Cook Don Mills Joe Moffa Lori Riggleman Richard Schramke Scott Stevens Brenda Thomas Terri Zeller 9th Grade Janet Arnold Kip Cherry Lea Ann Cherry Wanda Detwiler Amy Berkstresser Theresa Gaines Teresa Gathagan Ann Henry Marianne Himes Wendy Johnsonbaugh Kimberly Keller Lara Lightner Renee Ligenfelter Sandra Lovell Sherre Mc Closkey Deborah Moorehead Julie Nevel Lori Pitonyak Barbara Schirf Cathy Shaver Brenda Shawlev Eighth Grade Tracy Adams Betsy Bilger Lisa Ford Michelle Horwhat Dianne Lehman Donna Pooler JoLane Pote Catherine Rossi Donna Schirf Pamela Snyder Tyshanda Stevens Sonya Turnbaugh Kimber Lee Wilson 7th Grade Jeffrey Angermeier Daniel Baker Lisa Bell Susan Burdett William Capouillez Sandra Crawford Rhonda Delozier Jeffery Goss Theresa Himes Deanne Hoffer Joseph Keller William Keller Gena Kost Annette Miller Sue Morder Jennie Strayer Mary Jo Yingling Larry Zaykowski Shelly Wolfe of surplus foods in Juniata Cox remarked that he drove his automobile until he was 93 A thought for the day British poet Sir John Suckling said Tis not the meat 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