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Tyrone Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 18, 1988, Tyrone, Pennsylvania Hill amp Fa 17011 January 18 1988 USPS 645r800 Klondike Derby Attracts 300 NBCRSA Says TSA Refuse To Give It The Sewer Plant Operation OFF AND RUNNING IN THE SNOW Tyrone Boy Scout Troop 20 participating in the Klondike Derby at Reservoir Park burst forward from the starting point for the last race of the In front of the sled are Rich Dusty Paul Morrison and David Editors Note The following is a news release given to the news media by the Northern Blair County Regional Sewer In order that it not be slanted or editorialized we are presenting it exactly as given to This press release has been issued by unanimous resolution of the members of the Northern Blair County Regional Sewer Authority who attended regular meeting on This message directed to the citizens of Tyrone Bellwood Antis Snyder Township and interested parties in Northern Blair Northern Blair Authority would like to state its position which has consistently been one of negotiation and compromise throughout the existence of the authority in over ten 10 For all concerned we would like to point out the following facts The Northern Blair County Regional Sewer Authority was formed and the system was designed to serve Snyder Antis Township and Bellwood At a very sizable the sewer lines in the ground were sized to accommodate present and future growth for all of these municipal areas pursuant to the Blair County Regional The system was financed and approved contemplating the addition of Bellwood Borough and extensions into both Snyder and Antis The Northern Blair County Regional Sewer Authority is a merger of common of Tyrone Antis Township and Snyder having been formed by a resolution of all three The nine 9 members of the Northern Blair Authority consist of three 3 members from Tyrone appointed by Borough and three 3 members from Antis and Snyder Townships appointed by the Supervisors of those The relationship between Northern Blair and the Tyrone Authority and the Tyrone Borough is governed by Agreement referred to as the Joint Sewer Services Agreement entered into and signed by all parties on the 1st day of Section of the Agreement states as follows Joint Operation The Tyrone Authority and the Tyrone Borough agree to turn over by lease the operation of the Tyrone Treatment Plant to Northern Blair County Authority no later than five years after Northern Blair Authority completes construction of the project and same is placed in Proof of such completion shall constitute the issuance of a Certificate of Completion by the Northern Blair Both Tyrone Borough and the Tyrone Borough Authority individually in and through their have steadfastly refused to discuss or negotiate implementation of the upon cited agreed upon provision since the five 5 year period referred to above has approached and is now ContdonPage2 How To Make The Impossible Dream Come True College Financial Aid Night To Be Held At TAHS Tonight WEBELOS TAKE THEIR TURN AT THE MARKMANSHIP STATION the age period between Cub and Boy get a taste of activities during the Klondike Derby held here Saturday Firing under the watchful supervision of Joseph NRA rifle instructor on the and Scout executive Allen Fink on the far are Ken Altoona Jason and Charles Smith of and Matt by Dan Meckes If youre in a low income situation you have a better chance to go to college than you Duane Tyrone Area High School guidance said this Traxler was preparing for his annual Financial Aid Night he and his office staff are holding tonight at 7 in the TAHS library for junior and senior students and their Parents are the most important Traxler That is who this entire program is aimed at what we are going to do tonight is explain how to put a funding package together made up of state federal scholarships and other available aid for parents who are planning college careers for their Dont Give Up Often parents are disheartened and give up when they face the escalating costs of sending a child through college But aid is available especially to those have very restricted It has been sometimes in that to go to college you have to be very rich or very poor and although that isnt exactly those persons in lower income brackets do have an advantage that middle income people dont Traxler he even though a lot of prior emphasis has been on getting people out of the low income there is help available to the middle income family and we are going to stress the entire range of available financial help in tonights Growing Traxlers Financial Aid Night has been growing in size each Last year we had 50 parents attend and this judging from the calls we have been we will have that many or Traxler Nation Remembers Martin Luther DRYING OUT AND GETTING WARM Troop 103 of Bald Eagle takes advantage of the last of the dinner fire before it goes From left are Joseph Chip Frankie Bob Sherry and Danny getting his socks dry before putting boots back on to finish the days by Virgie Werner The blanket of snow throughout Reservoir Park provided the perfect covering for the annual Klondike Derby held at Reservoir Park With some 272 Boy Scouts and along with a staff of 44 and 23 Webelo the sprawling park provided the perfect setting for the daylong The scouts represented 19 and other scouters in the Tuckahoe With freezing temperatures pt ten above the staff and participants began moving their equipment into the park about 8 the staff and leaders were busy setting up stations throughout the park where the Scout Troops came by later to try their hand at various skills and ac cumulate gold nuggets as a reward WEATHER partly cloudy along with areas of Low near Wind light and High near EXTENDED FORECAST Wednesday through Rain likely Wednesday Lows in the Highs in the Mostly cloudy and cooler Thursday with snow Lows in the Highs 30 to Partly sunny Lows 15 to Highs 25 to for their The stations or cities included for the sled patrols in First Map and Compass reading Markmanship with BB Bow and Knife and Emergency Fire Trail and Emergency Rescue Procedures and Distance By every patrol had their own open fire burning where they cooked their dried out and kept The only mishap of the day came early when one of the scouts fell in the creek and was taken to the local laundrymat to get his clothes dried out before returning to the According to reports the lad was just ContdonPage2 By KEN SUGAR United Press International The nation remembered Martin Luther King today with church a candelight a coasttocoast bell ringing and a graveside ceremony in Atlanta to launch the federal But in King is honored jointly with two Confederate Robert Lee and Thomas Stonewall In an ecumenical service was planned for the Ebenezer Baptist where King copastored with his father until he was killed by an assassins bullet April in where he had gone to support striking sanitation a Nobel Peace Prize winner and founder of the Southern Christian Leadership was 39 when he He would have been 59 on Three years after a divided Congress declared Kings life worthy of recognition with a national 43 states participate with school days off teachins and South Hawaii and New Hampshire do not recognize the Before the church service in a wreathlaying was scheduled at the King a marble monument surrounded by a pool ot had a Lutfter water reminiscent of the reflecting pool in Washington where King delivered his famous I Have a Dream speech in The national theme for 1988s week of King which began 10 with an interfaith service in a white church in Atlanta for the first is Living the Dream Let Freedom A national radio tribute was planned for noon today culminating with a bell ringing initiated by Rosa Parks in Philadelphia and continuing throughout the 50 states and a symbol of the civil rights movements sparked a bus boycott with her historic refusal to move to the back of a bus for a 15minute ride to her At least three presidential Paul Jesse Jackson and Albert were expected to attend Kingday activities in Atlanta that include a twomile parade led by the Joseph president of the A film sequence titled From Montgomery to Memphis that traces Kings leadership in the civil rights movement will be shown widely this including by the National Park Serice in A candelight march is scheduled at Marshal University in to commemorate Kings nonviolent protest and Colorado residents were asked to display the American flag and drive all day with their headlights turned In a scene reminiscent of Kings about 180 followers of civil rights activist Hosea Williams walked through Saturday to urge officials of predominantly white Forsyth County to adopt programs to encourage blacks to live and work TAHS traditionally sends nearly 50 percent oi its graduating classes to post secondary education Traxlers office is in ContdonPage2 Two Huntingdon State Police Cars Damaged Sunday Morning A man Huntingdon state police will not identify rammed two cruisers setup in a roadblock 17 at on Route 26 in Smithfield Townshp after he fled from police when they attempted to serve mental commitment papers on him at his Walker Township When troopers went to the the unidentified man met them brandishing a Police left the subject get to his vehicle and then followed until backup state police cruisers and Huntingdon Borough Police cars c6uld be put into place in an attempt to stop the The man fleeing police failed to stop and drove into the side of a cruiser parked sideways to block his When another patrol car was pulled up to fill the the subject slammed into it The alleged mental patient was finally forced to stop his car in Smithfield Township along Route He was taken into custody and placed in a mental police Criminal charges are Police would not identify the man at press Week Of Prayer Services Being Held 1720 The Week of Prayer for Christian sponsored annually by the Tyrone Area Cooperative began Sunday 17 with a service held at the Church of the Good The Father Carl pastor of Matthew Catholic was the Services will continue through the next three days and will conclude with a dinner for members Thursday evening at the First Presbyterian Church social Tonight at a service will be held at Matthew Catholic Church with the Charles pastor of the First Presbyterian as the Tuesday evenings service will begin at at the First English Lutheran The Phillip pastor of the Bald Eagle United Methodist will be the The final service for the week will be held at the Salvation Army Wednesday at The speaker will be the Neil pastor of Christ United Methodist The public is invited to attend all
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