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   Tyrone Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 27, 1987, Tyrone, Pennsylvania                                Hi i Camp I Vim SATURDABiilTION I i Herald V Celebrating A Century As A Daily Newspaper lonth June jUSPS 645800 DER Says No To Basalt TrapRock No Garbage Transfer Station In Pinecroft 1 artlcl a Uairae byDanMeckes The Department of En vironment Resources has turned down the permit request by Basalt TrapRock for the construction of a garbage transfer station near the village of Joseph vice president of Antis Township Ac tion Committee ATAC reported today that the permit had been Art owner of BasaltTrapRock after a He said that Sandy spokesperson for the Harrisbure office of the reported in a phone conversation that the permit application had been The victory for ATAC came after a 20month struggled which included community letters to Sam Hayes and Robert and a multitude of phone calls to the DER ATAC insisted that the en vironmental impact of the tran sfer station would be devastating to the area since It Is In a wetlands area and the seepage could invade the water ATAC also said that the safety of the school children on the busses which travel Routes 07023 during hazardous driving months of the year while school is in Those roads are only 14 to 16 feet Pielmeier and the minimum under state law which garbage trucks may travel to and from a transfer station or some trash is 22 Mary treasurer of has been especially vociferous in her insistance that the area would not be safe for both school buses and garbage trucks to especially where the vehicles were going in opposite directions and have a chance of Weve made about six or seven trips to Harrisburg and DER has come up here during this Pielmeier Weve also held monthly meetings tor the past nearly two House Minority performed yeoman service in coordinating the efforts of the local group and in arranging meeting with DER What it boils down Pielmeier is we won one victory there will be no garbage transfer station and no huge dump trucks roving those narrow back roads but weve still got a lot of work to That whole area needs cleaned Were not a oneissue tnat me group calls the which is along the old sixth avenue starting in Juniata and stretching to Pinecroft the septic tank of Blair It has been used as a dump site for the past 100 starting with the railroad in Juniata and just moved on By the end of the next generating it will be in Tipton and Bellwood if we dont stop This is one battle out of a whole When we get done well have it all cleaned Pielmeier Elks Promote Home Service Program For Cerebral Palsy by Virgie Werner awareness of what we are and muscle Some of the knowledge is at hand t I feel strongly if all it takes is our with no harm but signs are awkardenss of loss of managing the condition a lot tiff tVta ttiart Ilia flu iifitti n fhmirtVitfiilrmoC lir A Si fin m nnii nl 4nv t Atiitir nlVinx m t A A HAVE CAR WILL TRAVEL Sarah a registered nurse in the state Elks Cerebral Palsy Home Ser vice shows Craig local fundraiser chair how some of the money is spent in providing transporta tion for the nurses involved with the program in Penn The nurses use the vehicles to cover the thousands of Oral Roberts Claims He Raised Many From Dead UPI Evangelist Richard Roberts says claims by his Oral to have raised people from the dead are true and not isolated Oral Roberts told more than people at Thursdays closing session of the threeday Charismatic Bible Ministries conference at Oral Roberts University that he has raised Penelec Gives PSU To Replace Trees Penelec has provided to the Pennsylvania State University for a municipal tree replacement The pilot project will be conducted by the Penn Forest Technology Center of Penn the Bureau of Forestry of the state Department of Environmental Resources and The goal of the project Is to provide information that municipal officials can use to identify problem areas where trees need replacing and select the right species of tree for a specific said Richard Penelecs forestry The recommended species will not grow more than 25 30 feet keeping them away from electrical lines and thus reducing power losses caused by short circuits when limbs and lines come into These trees do not have to be and that will reduce our treetrimming Municipalities may save money because the roots of these trees do not grow large enough to break up sidewalks and curbs and clog sewer lines and water These trees are also safer because they do not obstruct streetlighting and are not as close to traffic lanes as bigger In the recommended ContdonPage2 people from the dead and that God has told him he will return after his death to reign with Jesus in this I wont tell you how many of the dead have been raised under my Oral Roberts said I had to stop and go back in the crowd and raise the dead person so I could go on with my It did improve my altar call that There are dozens and dozens of documented instances where people have come back from the Richard Roberts said Friday on his television Richard Roberts said published reports of his fathers statements about raising the dead were The good news is theyre printing the Richard Roberts Im so glad the newspapers are finally getting it Oral Roberts said that while he was reading a spy novel in his bedroom in March God spoke to him from the doorway about turning the ORU medical school around and told him Roberts work on the other side is more important than the work he is doing After that Roberts launched his million doordie fundraising effort for the medical creating nationwide con troversy over the During that the sex scandal at Jim and Tammy Bakkers PTL Club widening the public scrutiny of television The Jerry who took fPnntri nn Pa WEATHIR py parHy ludswegtatstois y night and Sunday the lower by Virgie Werner I feel strongly if all it takes is our raising the then we are darn Craig Kilmer said this week as he spoke of the Tyrone Elks Lodge 218s efforts to raise money for the Pennsylvania Elks Cerebral Palsy Home Service serving his second year as committee chairman for the Cerebral Palsy fund said this position has placed him in a spot to readly learn firsthand all the work and care involved in the program helping those less Across the Elks are striving for a goal of this A grand total of has been contributed since the program began in Kilmer said the money is used to pay fulltime registered nurses across the state to visit homes of clients and work with them to provide help for the Also automobiles used by the nurses is a cost picked up by the Kilmer was quick to point out that the cars are used only on official business by the women as they travel hundreds of miles on the The Tyrone Elks found a gem of a worker in their Sarah Marlowe of Kilmer Marlowe covers a fourcounty including Somerset and She attempts te make visits to her Tyrone clients once if twice a The identy of the 14 people she sees in this area is Elk members do not know the in dividuals of someone like Marge and Ralph Amato of Tipton speak out regarding how much Marlowe has done for their daughter When it comes to talking about Nurse you cant keep them They like to share just how much this woman has done for their daughter and family in a variety of Just having a shoulder like hers to lean on makes the biggest difference in the Marge Amato Kilmer pointed out that the person eligible for home visits must have a need prior to turning 21years The local families visited have persons seeing Sarah regularly from the age of twoyearsola on Into the In the Elks handbook on the home nurse visits to there is a Watch Your Language It all of us may be using offensive language to describe our friends who have cerebral palsy or other We use these inappropriate words without an Arts Council Plans Concerts In The Park Reservoir Park will be the scene of a new entertainment feature this The Tyrone Regional Arts and Activities Council will present a series of Concerts in the Park com mencing July 12 and con tinuing each Sunday evening for the next six The programs will begin at 6 and there is no ad mission On July 12 the program will be the Alpin Schmaltzers German Their presentation will recall the early days of Pennsylvania heritage through Barvarian July 18th will feature Homecoming which will begin at 3 On July 26 the Pennsylvania Quintet will present a program of light woodwind chamber a classic rock and roll group with the songs of yesterday and will entertain on August The program August 9 will showcase entertaining with the vocal music of jazz and contemporary The summer program will con clude August 16 with the Nitalife Country Band bringing the audience ContdonPage2 awareness of what we are with no harm but with a little we can improve our Some of the down words include cerebral crippled or drain and un fortunate and A person with cerebral Down was neither sabatoged nor necessarily in a or automobile And there is no way to rephase this turkey of a word of victim to describe a person with a development Nurse Marlowe visits homes were there are disabilities such as cerebral Down Syndrome multiple muscular spina hearing and visual Marlowe describes cerebral palsy as a group of conditions and not a It is characterized by nerve and muscle Some of the signs are awkardenss of loss of manual dexterity or other motor Other signs may be speech and learning or psychological and behavioral Cerebral palsy is caused by damage to that part of the brain which controls and coordinates muscualr Marlowe said it usually occurs during or immediately after birth because the supply of oxygen to the fetal or newborn brain is Often in infants and young children brain damage comes from an ac Child abuse can also contributed to cerebral Another cause is lead poisoning from swallowing bits of lead Cerebral palsy cannot be cured in the accepted sSnse at Marlowe but considerable knowledge is at hand to assist in managing the condition and con trolling some of its allowing many of these persons to join the mainstream of society and lead full and productive Kilmer spoke of a most rewarding experience for him last year when he attended the state convention at Seven Springs and they brought a little girl in for the It really tore at your heart as you saw the parade of marchers bringing in their money used to keep the program Kilmer You realize then that your money is really being used to make life a bit better for Turning in a check of from our local a member we could use that money here for repairs or toward a new ContdonPage2 SEEING THE NEEDS OF CLIENTS ARE MET is just a small part of the regular visits in the Pennsylvania Elks Cerebral Palsy Home Service Tammy of has been receiving help from Sarah For Academically Talented Two Area Students Selected For Governors Agriculture School Two area high school students have been selected to be among 65 academically advanced students from across the state who will attend the second Pennsylvania Governors School for Agriculture at Penn State University from June 28 to Dawn a BellwoodAntis High School junior academic student and daughter of Donald and Janet Claar of 320 Emory and Abraham Harpster of Spruce a Tyrone Area High School senior noted for his agriculture son of and Wayne will be among those from across the state chosen to participate in the special college Baldwin said she plans a career in a field of Her grand parents are and Wayne Baldwin of Bellwood and Doris Claar of people she gives much credit to for her academic along with Harpster is a standout in several aspects of and especially in the field of computers or He is a member of the voag FFA and an academic Selected from more than 300 ap the academically talented scholars will spend five weeks in an intensive researchbased program studying the technology and policy of agriculture and natural Opening ceremonies for parents and faculty are scheduled for Keller Conference Center beginning at June Welcoming Governors School students at the opening will be Art state director of all the Pennsylvania Governors Schools and dean of the College of Lamartine James director of the Governors School for will make the introductions and Lowell head of the Department of Food will give the opening The Governors School curriculum is made up of core electives and independent research Core courses include plant and animal food leadership and soil and land use as well as a course in agricultural research methods that emphasizes the use of Dawn Elective courses include critical issues such as water quality and In each student will have the opportunity to focus on an in dependent research working ContdonPage2   

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