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   Tyrone Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 12, 1980, Tyrone, Pennsylvania                                yrone Daily Herald Monday May 121980 MRS BERNARD KENNEDY National Legion Auxiliary Head Coming To Area Mrs Bernard Kennedy of Brooklyn NY national president of the million member American Legion Auxiliary will make an of ficial visit to the three sections of the Department of Penn sylvania May 1315 Mrs David Minto Salt sburg department president will be honored BedfordBlair BiCounty Council one of the members of the council in the western section will host a luncheon in their honor May 15 at the Ramada Inn Somerset Mrs Kennedy an active member of the auxiliary since joining her mothers Unit 507 Brooklyn as a junior 43 years ago was a national vice president last year and has held 45 offices and chair manships on the local state and national levels Agnes has dedicated much of her life to the Auxiliary She is an assistant principal at Our Lady of Grace Parochial School in Brooklyn She and her husband have two daughters Senior Volunteer Workers Are Sought When asked what advice he would offer retirees a 69 year old retired Senior Volunteer answered get up put your hat on get out of the house and become involved The Retired Senior Volunteer Program sponsored locally by the Home Nursing Agency is one of the ACTION programs joiningin the observance of Older Americans Month in May More than 270000 volunteers nationwide fill every conceivable service role through assignments to public or private nonprofit organizations The 350 par ticipants in the Blair County unit find satisfaction and meaning to life by helping others the young the elder ly the handicapped those from all walks of life Childrens lives are touched by RSVP tutors who help pupils with reading problems or by volunteer assistants at day care centers where children are taught a variety of preschool activities Health care and human services agencies whose limited budgets do not provide for large staffs benefit from the clerical work done by volunteers Libraries utilize these in dividuals through the making of tape cassettes of newspapers and other reading materials which are made available to visually han dicapped persons Volunteers also help the mentally retard ed use the facilities of a Mini library The volunteers concern for their contemporaries is ex pressed through their help at extended care units Here they assist at meal time freshen water pitchers or conduct arts and craft classes For clients of the local Home Nursing Agency the volunteers pro vide telephone companionship or personal contact through a friendly visitors program After the completion of IRS training sessions they provide income tax counseling ser vices for the elderly Hospitals mental health care programs and other health and welfare groups complete the list of 42 volunteer stations located in Blair County In the Tyrone area RSVP participants help at the Tyrone Snyder Public Library and at the Day Care Center Currently a need exists for help on Monday afternoons at the library during June July and August The hours are from to 5 pm Substitutes also are needed for other times during the summer months Anyone 60 years of age or older who would like to fill their free hours by helping the community through library work can obtain further in formation by contacting the RSVP office telephone 946 5411 Orolin Picks Up Juniata Honors HUNTINGDONJoseph M Orolin of Antis Township a senior at Juniata College was honored as a Juniata Man 1980 during the colleges annual May Day Breakfast Orolin who escorted a Juniata Woman was recognized for out standing academic achievement service to the college and community and selfdetermination and responsibility A deans list student majoring in accounting he has served as treasurer of student government and as a member of the trustee com mittee He also participates in intramural sports Orolin is the son of Mr and Mrs John C Orolin Tyrone RD 5 and a 1976 graduate of BellwoodAntis High School about the current yield of the MMUTHMWIDE And you can hear about these other advantages Minimum deposit only High current yield earned daily No penalty for early withdrawal Free checkwriting Hear more from JMIMS r KWIIHSI Insuranct Agtncy Rt 2M representing 4WMM HERITAGE SECURITIES INC irtiiiied with NATIONWIDE MUTUAl COMPANY Driver Slightly Hurt In OneCar Crash Saturday A Tyrone area man was slightly injured early Saturday morning following a onecar accident at am on Rte 57 old 220 in Snyder Township according to Hollidaysburg State Police Mark L Taylor Tyrone RD 3 Box 206 B was traveling north when he apparently fell asleep at the wheel His car broke through a guardrail continued down a 20foot embankment and crashed into the bedroom oi an unoccupied mobile home Taylors car received moderate damage while the mobile home owned by Steven Shawley suffered about damage Two PennDOT guardrails valued at were damaged Police Trapping Stray Cats Here The Central Pennsylvania Humane Society urges Tyrone residents to keep their pet cats indoors since the Tyrone Police Dept is using traps in an attempt to curtaila stray cat problem in the Penn sylvania ave and Blair ave area The society asks residents to call 9425402 if their cats are missing The society will be receiving animals trapped by police SECOND FIRE NOT CAUSED BY BIRDS The second fire to break out in an abandoned coal tipple behind the Seiner Trucking Co building S Logan ave Friday morning was caused by smoldering wood left over from a fire there Tuesday evening borough Fire Mar shal Robert Wilsons aid today Though the first fire at that location might have been caused by nesting birds the second fire resulted in another manner according to Wilson Juniata Adds Two Trustees ReElects 8 HUNTINGDON Juniata Colleges Board of Trustees reelected officers and eight other members and elected two new members during its annual Spring Meeting on Friday and Saturday on the Juniata campus Charles C Ellis of New York City a board member since 1966 and senior vice president of RCA was reelected chairman of the board Re elected vicechairman was Joseph R Good of Hollidaysburg a board member since 1952 and chariman of the board of the Hollidaysburg Trust Com pany John W Swigart of Hun tingdon president of Swigart Associates Inc and board member of 29 years was re elected secretary and treasurer Foster G Ulrich Jr Juniatas vice president for development and William R Alexander business manager were reelected as assistant secretary and assistant treasurer respec tively Named to the board were two retired educators Pauline Baughman Glessner of Somerset and W Clay Burkholder of Milroy Mrs Glessner nominated by the Western District of the Church of the Brethren succeeds Willard H Kimmel of Sheloeta as one of three church representatives to the Board Burkholder nominated by the colleges National Alumni Association succeeds Ken neth J Wenger of Pittsburgh as one of three alumni representatives Both of the new trustees are Juniata graduates Mrs Glessner graduated in 1930 and Burkholder in 1935 The eight all to serve new threeyear terms have served a total of 127 years including Bakers 44 Ellis 37 and Cutrells23 In other action the board granted Dr Kenneth W Crosby W Newton and Hazel A Long professor of history emeritus status Dr Crosby a Juniata faculty member since 1948 is retiring at the end of the current academic year The board discussed plans for the proposed Sports Recreation Center one of six objectives of the colleges Sis million 10year Century II Campaign Other objectives of the campaign are endowment growth program enrichment scholarship assistance campus development and renovation of existing buildings and ongoing support of the academic program Special Blood Types Needed There is an urgent need for ANegative and 0Negative blood types for patients in area hospitals due to two cancellations of high school visits because of measles shots and another large bloodmobile cancellation according to Helen Benton blood services coordinator for the American Red Cross Its imperative that donors of these types give at the American Red Cross blood mobile on Thursday May 15 from 12 to 6 PM at the Jewish Memorial Center 1308 17th St if these needs are to be met The Red Cross spokesman noted that although there is an increased need for 0Negative and ANegative donors all types are needed to insure an adequate blood supply To fill the urgent need at this time 350 pints of blood is needed For information call American Red Cross 9446146 TIPTON BAPTIST CHURCH Here is a view of the newly built Tipton Baptist Church The original church building can be seen to the right of the new structure Ground was broken last June tor the new building which houses the new church sanctuary The congregation held a service yesterday to dedicate the building Legionnfares Disease Germs Thwart Body Defenses WASHINGTON UPI The bacteria that cause Legionnaires disease killer of 34 people in Philadelphia four years ago are particular ly dangerous because of their ability to evade some body defenses a New York doctor reported Sunday Marcus A Horwitz of Rockefeller University said lab tests show the microbes penetrate the white blood cells that should kill them The germs then use the defensive cells as a shelter and multiply rapidly inside them Since its discovery following the Philadelphia outbreak Legionnaires disease has been found to be the cause of other outbreaks of a severe type of pneumonia that hits especially hard at elderly peo ple and those weakened by il lness It is now appreciated that Legionnaires disease occurs worldwide and it appears to be a major form of pneumonia in the United States Horwitz said at a briefing before reporting to the annual meeting of the American Society for Clinical Investiga tion The bacteria causing Legionnaires disease are pro bably spread through the air he said Air conditioning systems have been implicated in several outbreaks Horwitz and Dr Samuel C Silverstein found in laboratory experiments that bacteria of the same virulent strain that caused the epidemic at the Tyrone Hospital ADMISSIONS Edith Sensor E 14th st Clarence Batcheler Jr 323 W 17th st Amos Kephart Smithmill Trisha Riddinger Tipton Debra Gutshall Huntingdon Peggy Sprankle Sandy Ridge Pauline Streightiff Sandy Ridge Brian Bressler W Highland Dr Richard Fink Pennsylvania ave Shirley Fink Pennsylvania ave Shirley Butlin Hancock st Michelle Breniff Coalport DISCHARGES Rella Lardieri RD 2 Esther Phillips McCoy st James Shea 14th st Juliette Dugan Blair ave Richard Harpster Logan ave Naomi Robison Park ave Debra Beatty RD 5 Elizabeth Werner 15th st EMERGENCY ROOM JoLeen Lannen Tipton David Stack RD 3 Harold Friday RD 3 Lorena Whitman Bellwood David Hescox Bellwood Joyce Bellinger Bellwood CHAPLAIN Capt Edna Gisewhite Salvation Army American Legion convention in 1976 grew inside cells called monocytes In a typical experiment Horwitz said each bacterium reproduced itself every two hours in the cell that should have killed it In a few days the bacteria had increased 100000fold in the laboratory culture destroying the defen sive monocytes Horwitz said electron microscopic studies of these infected monocytes showed them to be full of Legion naires disease bacteria The scientists discovered that another segment of the bodys immune system a white blood cell called a leukocyte also is ineffective against the Legionnaire germ But Horwitz said a third white blood cell type a lymphocyte was effective against the bacteria when the cells cooperated with the monocytes Other bacteria that grow within monocytes are the germs that cause tuberculosis and leprosy These bacteria are called intracellular pathogens Horwitz said the new laboratory findings suggest a vaccine that produces only an tibodies tofight off invading bacteria may not be effective Whether other types of vaccine are feasible in the prevention of Legionnaires disease remains to be seen He said some antibiotics particularly erythromycin appear effective in treating Legionnaires disease Editors Note Tyrone area residents with social or hospital items suitable for this column are welcome to call the Town Crier at 684 4000 Mr and Mrs Craig Turn baugh of Versailles Ohio announce the birth of their first child a daughter Melanie Renee on April 14 at Versailles Grandparents are Mr and Mrs Rodney Martino Versailles and Mr and Mrs Clair R Turnbaugh Tyrone Great grandaprents are Mr and Mrs Christie K Snyder Tyrone Admitted Thursday to Aitoona Hospital were James E Bennett Box 63 Tyrone Joseph A Corrao 507 N First st Bellwood Elizabeth M Matthew 430 N First st Bellwood Sharon INave Box 351 Tyrone RD1 Discharged Thursday from Aitoona Hospital were Clarence Batcheler 323 W 17th st Cheryl L Hinkle Box 277 Tyrone RD 5 Bobbie Jo Lafferty 423 Bellview ave Bellwood Lois J Stewart 1220 N Tuckahoe st Bellwood Robert P Sum mers 518 Stewart st Bellwood Discharged Friday from Philipsburg Hospital were Bernadine Maguire Port Matilda RD John Pajonk Smithmill April Sherry Tyrone RD in 1871 the Treaty ofFrank fort ended the Fran coPrussian War SPAGHETTI SUPPER Thursday May 15 48 PM At TYRONE ARMORY Sponsored By TAHS VARISTY CLUB Adults Children under 12 Tickets Available At Door Borough Police List Vandalism During Weekend Three reports of vandalism and one report of harrassment were received over the weekend by Tyrone Borough Police Meter Pushed Over Larry Weaver Tyrone RD 4 was cited by police for criminal mischief in relation to the damage of a parking meter which was found pushed over in front of The Hub 954 Pennsylvania ave Friday at pm according to report Fence Damaged Vandals bent three fence posts and damaged a portion of a wire fence surrounding the property of Mark Laird 955 S Lincoln ave police learned Saturday at am Mail Destroyed Vandals destroyed mail in a mailbox at Logan Ridge Trailer Court police learned Sunday at pm The mail belonged to Sande Nicewonger Logan Ridge Trailer Court Harrassed NannetteKost 127 Fifth st and Tammy Golden no ad dress listed were harrassed by three white male juveniles in the area of Adams Elementary School police learned Saturday at pm Police reported the juveniles approached the girls and used vulgar language The suspects also threw chocolate milk on the girls clothes Page Three Antibodies Said Cause Of Infertility WASHINGTON UP1 A Philadelphia researcher Sun day said some couples unable to have babies for unexplained reasons may be infertile because of reactions by the bodys defensive immune system to sperm Alan D Schreiber of the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine said men can produce antibodies against their own sperm or the immune system of their wives can produce antisperm proteins Most infertility is caused by a variety of other problems but Schreiber and coworkers said in a report to the American Society for Clinical Investigation that 10 percent of 400 patients tested with unexplained infertility had evidence of immune system reactions against sperm The researchers reached that conclusion after develop ing an improved blood test to measure antisperm an tibodies proteins that attack invading substances Six patients with antisperm reactions were studied for several years Schreiber said two women became pregnant after their antisperm an tibody count dropped spontaneously Four other patients were treated with drugs to suppress the antisperm reaction Three of these patients were men and after drug therapy one was able to impregnate his wife The fourth patient treated with drugs was a woman and she conceived following the therapy This is an early study but an exciting one Schreiber said at a news conference before the report was presented at the medical meeting The potential is in triguing and exciting Schreiber said earlier tests for antisperm activity were not very accurate and conse quently have not been used ex tensively He said the new test could be adapted for general medical use He also noted many men who have a vasectomy develop antibodies to their own sperm This develop ment he said should be con sidered when men seek surgical reversals of vasectomies because the an tibodies can cause a persistent infertility Storms Rage In Western Pa Showers and thunderstorms raged through western sec tions of the state during the night and moved into eastern sections before dawn Lows ranged from the low 50s to low 60s A stationary front extending from northeast to southwest across the state will continue to cause scattered showers and thunderstorms through tonight A lowpressure system in Oklahoma will move into the Ohio Valley by Tuesday night to bring more rain i The forecast calls for variable cloudiness through Tuesday with scattered showers and thunderstorms Lows tonight the 50s to low 60s Highs Tuesday mostly in the 70s with some low 80s south GLIMPSES Spanish sur realist painter Salvador Dali celebrated his 76th birthday Sunday with his wife Gala but his biographer Antonio Olano says the artist is seriously ill Sally Kellerman nurse Hot Lips in the 1970 movie MASH and 28yearold at torney Jonathan David Krane have taken out a marriage license in Santa Monica Calif PRINCESS PARANOIA In the much talked about film Death of a Princess Saudi Princess Mishal is shot for her adulterous dalliance with a commoner Mrs Soraya Khashoggi a Moslem and the estranged wife of Saudi Ara bian billionaire Adnan Khashoggi says she fears a similar fate She is suing her husband for billion and her lawyer Marvin Mit cbelson wants the case heard in Los Angeles But Adnans counsel Joe Ball argues Saudi Arabia would be a more convenient forum A deadly idea Mrs Khashoggi says because shes considered an adulteress there punishable by execution under Islamic law She remarried when her husband got a divorce of questonable legality in Lebanon not to mention her wellpublicized affair with Winston Churchills grandson In 1940 Nazi Germany m vaded the lowlands Belgium Luxembourg and the Netherlands with 89 army divisions In 1973 former Attorney General John Mitchell and former Commerce Secretary Maurice Stans were indicted on perjury charges by a federal grand jury in IBOO confederate President Jefferson Davis was captured as he fled Irwinville Ga He spent the next two years in a Union prison Take a new interest in our Community Introducing 30 month certificates NOW enjoy the kind of interest that only major investors earned in the past NOW you can invest as little as and buy as many of these high yield certificates as you like This is an excellent way to accumulate money toward a home down payment a new car college for your children retirement or any other longterm goal These certificates also make welcome gifts for graduation or other occasions NOW protect yourself better against inflation with interest rates close to Treasury instrument yields NOW earn more interest than regular savings accounts pay These 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