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Bedford Inquirer (Newspaper) - August 13, 1971, Bedford, Pennsylvania
Established 159th 7 Bedford 1971 Everett Board names Board resume 1year school head report optimism Harry Glen curriculum director for the Shippensburg school has accepted a position As assistant superintendent of Everett area he will be acting superintendent for the fiscal year ending june Jacobs was officially hired at a special Board meeting tuesday afternoon at the High his salary was set at the Jacobs ended a summer Long search by the Board that began when a decision was made to hire an assistant to superintendent Miller Hood who began a year of sabbatical leave on july Jacobs has been curriculum director the past five years in Shippensburg and will handle curriculum duties when Hood returns next no member of the Everett faculty was eligible for the since a letter of eligibility from the depart ment of Harrisburg was Jacobs was one of two men the Board had been considering in recent he is a 1941 graduate of Shippensburg High school and spent three years 1943 46 in the army As a Harry Glen Jacobs paratrooper before being graduated from Shippensburg state College in he received a master of education degree from Penn state University in 1954 and in 1967 earned his doctor of education degree from the same Jacobs is married and has a the Board has invited him to attend the regular August meeting of the Board scheduled both sides expressed cautious optimism Friday after the first renewal of discussions in the summer Long impasse Between the Bedford area school Board and its teacher negotiators met wednesday evening with Board negotiator Donald Reefer and a state in the first direct negotiating session since school ended june delayed by a ten Day superintendent Robert Davis reported that Keefer was optimistic in his telephoned review of the sea chapter president David Obrien said he Felt the remaining items were not that Obrien added that the economic items had been All tied up in May and that teachers had not altered their position despite revelation of a school Board Windfall in a list of Over 20 items on which teachers remain unsatisfied was discussed item by the list itself had been an Issue during the with the Board asking is this All and the teachers responding we think but car motorcycle crash kills two Everett men Everett hit by cutoff in surgery an 8yearold Everett boy remained in the operating room at county Hospital late sunday evening where he As undergoing emergency surgery for injuries suffered when he was struck by a car at injured was Shawn the son of and Jack Wertz of 329 Spring he was Riding a Bike when struck by a car driven by Ernie of at the Corner of Spring and water spokesmen at county Hospital said the child suffered severe head a possible fractured and a compound fracture of the left they said he was badly but did not appear to be Everett Borough police said Hinish was rounding Corner from water onto Spring when the Wertz boys Bike darted out of an Alley and into the path of the they said Hinish swerved his but could not avoid the state police sunday evening were frying to piece together details of a car motorcycle crash at sunday that claimed the life of two Everett re 3 both of the victims were Riding the but it was not known which was dead were Charles and Sher Man county Coroner Alton Barefoot pronounced the men dead at the Barefoot said both suffered severe multiple internal injuries and fractures of both in he Clark suffered a fractured and Donaldson a crushed Chest and severed left state police said the crash occurred on mile level 30 near the mile level trailer 2v2 Miles East of the motorcycle struck a car driven by Chester of Brown suffered minor but did not require immediate police unofficial reports from the scene indicated Brown had just pulled from the trailer court onto 30 and was headed toward Bedford when the also West struck the right Side of not his police could confirm those police said there were no witnesses to the crash and no Way to determine which of the victims was operating the the vehicle was registered to Clark and bore Kansas License Clark had been stationed at an army base in Kansas and was just discharged from the service state police said sunday that Pompey of Dudley is being charged with driving under the influence and illegal Possession of alcohol As the result of an Accident in Stoner town at at Bakers Auto was travelling South on Mifflin police when it went off the struck a parked swerved Back across the Street and struck two Trees before coming to rest in a state police on the Turnpike reported just three minor crashes Over the on of saturday and two there were no injuries or extensive unwilling to say both sides agreed that the teachers had not altered their and that there appeared no major stumbling blocks to a set Board president Charles sides called a Board meeting to discuss the remaining items and the possibility he and superintendent Davis will attend future negotiations Are scheduled and teachers Are hopeful both Davis and sides will in a departure from past the Only administration member to attend sessions so far has been assistant High school principal Edward three Board members met with teachers at the Peak of the but talks broke Down when the list of impasse items soared from three to Over neither Side will reveal items on the but the number of items on it is believed to be Obrien confirms that one of them is a retirement on which agreement has been substantially pending a Legal a Legal question Clouds at least one other Obrien and agreement was basically reached on one or two other the Board had feared that teacher demands would escalate following the boards find of More state subsidy than it had an and an undisclosed few figures have been made but the Board swiftly rolled Back six Mills of a 7mill property tax sides said this week he will investigate the incident and made a Public report on Obrien said the incident did not change our minds on the economic which had been teachers ended their strike by voting to accept the economic but reject the noneconomic when they disbanded at the end of rejected a Board offer which had appeared to be agreed they scheduled a meeting 18 to vote the final school resumes with teacher i service training scheduled in a related some resentment was being expressed by teachers whose names were published with a suit filed against the Board for Back one Robert wrote to sea executive Jerry Fuchs asking her name be stricken from the the certified letter said my salary figures Claysburg teachers of contract the Claysburg Kimmel school Board and the Claysburg Kimmel education association Ikea thursday reached a oneyear contract agreement after approximately 20 bargaining the contract was approved by the school Board at its regular meeting the Ikea had accepted it july it will become effective the contract Calls for a boost in the head but no other tax Money for the salary in creases has been included in the budget for the 197172 school term adopted at a meeting of the Board july the contract Calls for a increase for teachers who were not receiving a maximum salary last and for the the starting rate for new teachers will be fixed Between and the school District will also pay full health insurance including depend were sent to the sea because the association requested no mention was made of any Legal action to be i was paid the amount due me As act 405 was being interpreted by the school i was also placed on the proper wage i dont want to be a part to any Law suit and i take offence to my name being published in the paper without my other teachers expressed Surprise at the action and Obrien said he had received Calls about the suit from surprised the action was taken without because the statute of limitations was to run out july he juveniles held state police have charged two juveniles from the six mile run area with the theft of a portable electric amplifier and a suitcase from the Lillian Singer residence at six mile run re police said the stolen items had been destroyed by the state police Are investigating vandalism at the tells Hill car Wash that resulted in an estimated the car Wash has been the target of vandals several times in the
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