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Bedford County Inquirer (Newspaper) - January 17, 1975, Bedford, Pennsylvania Friday january 1975 events of the week county deaths of continued from Page 1 Hosteller said this was a decrease from the approximately per Quarter the county got last the new figure want unanticipated the 1975 county budget lists Revenue sharing totals at last year the commissioners budgeted but received Allen of injured in an explosion at the creative Pul Trusios Plant last remained in guarded condition at the West Penn hospitals Burn Center in Pittsburgh a Hospital spokesman said this was better than but that a change in the condition listing May take some a company spokesman said this week that further investigation will be necessary before the cause of the blast is troopers at the Everett Turnpike Barracks investigated 38 accidents during the month of december in which ten persons were injured and one property damage amounted to four criminal investigations were made on the pikes local resulting in three criminal arrests two persons were also arrested for driving under the influence of written warnings issued totalled and assistance rendered to in there were also traffic bringing the total for 1974 to directors of the Everett area Industrial went on record in protest of the recent vote by Bedford and Everett school boards to drop planning for a joint Voytech the Industrial group asked the boards separately continue planning for Voytech training in their own Larry an Everett business association has been appointed to the Bedford redevelopment he will fill the term of Bucky who was treasurer of the other members include Saxton mayor Olin Hyndman insurance agent Richard Bedford businessman Richard and William also of the authority this week announced plans for a historic Village project near the Turnpike in five Everett teenagers were treated at Bedford Hospital after their car and another collided on the Access Road to Everett High school tuesday state police said the car driven by Dwayne was descending the Hill from the school when it skidded on cinders on the and collided with an oncoming car driven by by Lloyd Everett re treated and released were Howser David 16 Raymond 17 Kelly and Mike damage to hawsers 1964 Sedan and to Sollenberger 1969 station Wagon was set at january 1975 contract negotiations Between the teachers and boards at Bedford and Chestnut Ridge school districts got underway this Ridge is also holding talks with its nonprofessional Barbara president of the Chestnut Ridge education said the teachers presented a contract proposal at the first session and answered questions about the proposal that had been posed by the boards negotiators for the Chestnut Ridge school service personnel association also presented a contract futher negotiation sessions have been set for 16 for both Adam president of the Bedford area education said the teachers would present a preliminary contract proposal thursday Richard Rose of Bedford re 3 waived a preliminary hearing thursday on a charge of resisting which was filed by Bedford police As the result of a Chase Rose was released on nominal Bond and the Case bound Over for grand jury Rose fled from Borough officers when they attempted to serve a warrant on him for failing to pay in fines and costs from previous disorderly conduct and traffic violation Rose appeared at the office of magistrate Kenneth Jewell to pay the and give himself up on the resisting arrest the Bedford county constables association was formed wednesday after nine local constables and those from five other counties attended a meeting of the state association Pica in Albert Bucky Deputy con stable from Bedford was elected with Clare Benna of vice president Max Norris Hopewell and George besides the new constables who attended the Altoona meeting included Albert Bedford township James King township Monroe township Ned and Dexter Southampton the Bedford association will meet 15 at in magistrates hearing courthouse Annex with an invitation to other constables in the county to Shuller said the constables Learned wednesday that there Are Federal funds available for equipment and based on the prerequisite that the first Federal Money be used for he noted that College courses for training constables Are also the Pica was formed less than two years but in places like Bucks which has had an association for almost four constables Are uniformed and have radio equipped the Bedford group has already filed a charter application with the state dues to the Pica will pay for insurance coverage for the local helping to solve one of the problems the officers have been according to the associations aim is to give better service to the Shuller a hi71 Chevy truck valued at was stolen from the lot at Thomas along route 220 North of Between 9 thursday and 9 state police described the truck As single dual rear Gross it was a cab and with no and had no License plate on former state Pat Trusio of Uniontown was fined a total of for two traffic violations but said immediately he would Appeal the guilty verdict handed Down at a hearing by magistrate Charles a Democrat who had served in the general Assembly since ran against state William Duffield in last years primary and lost by about 600 on his Way to Harrisburg he was clocked at 70 Mph on the Turnpike East of according to state police Roger january 1975 saturdays january thaw was followed suddenly by another major snowstorm for the area sunday Penn Dot said sunday evening it was taking care of the and All roads were but a Penn Dot spokesman estimated the snowfall at three with the same conditions in All parts of the about All the equipment was on the he state police at the county detail said no accidents were reported in the Early hours of the on the nine accidents were reported by 8 a Bedford Hospital spokesman said three persons who were admitted were in satisfactory condition from Turnpike they were identified As Ruth of Maryland Melany and Joseph of the red Cross Bloodmobile visit to Everett wednesday netted a record 150 pint units the quota had been set at red Cross officials said the previous Everett record was 137 the 138th record breaking pint was donated by Barbara Ensley of Williams Street in the Everett Lions sponsored the visit to the masonic there were 167 potential the 46 firs time donors also set a the red Cross had requested 103 replacement units for those used by people in the Everett area during december they got 113 such january 1975 Leon son of and Ray Sollenberger of Everett re paced his family wins in Jersey Competition at the state farm show at Leon earned a Blue ribbon for his four to Fivey Earold cow in the Junior Dairy the same cow won a fourth place for Leon in the open his other awards included fifth for Twoy Earold Junior and 12th for open Lori Sollenberger rounded up two seconds for her Junior yearling Heifer in open and Junior then added a sixth for Twoy Earold Junior and open Beth Sollen Berger managed a fourth for Junior yearling open show fifth for aged dry open and Junior yearling Junior somebody jumped the gun on securing a computer printout of All the county taxpayers in order to draw up jury lists for this some time court officials said a new Law had been passed which required juries to be picked from taxpayers Over 1h years of rather than from the voter registration the county at the courts request and at a Cost of per a list of almost fountains who would then be eligible for jury it was suddenly Learned that Shapp has vetoed the Bill which contained the change in the county officials said they didst know if it was Buck to the Street lists of voters to pick the or As some Harrisburg sources have the Issue May have to be decided by a Bedford township auditors approved pay raises for township workers last week after township supervisors voted 25centan hour raises for the workers during the supervisors annual reorganization meeting monday the supervisors gave hourly workers an immediate 15centanhour raise and scheduled a 10cent increase for july hourly workers currently receive to the audit Board okayed a hourly rate for heavy equipment operators and labor and retained the present rate for Light equipment operators and labor by the township Board heard details of the proposed Bedford Village Park project from county redevelopment chairman William Jordan and agreed to accept roads to be built with the 72acre layout when they Are built by the township officials also voted to press their protest against Bedford boroughs takeover of a Border Street in the Kilcoin and to make a new Effort to persuade county commissioners to restore the townships share of county liquid fuel the latter would involve a change in recent county policy whereby the funds Are being used Only for county Bridge supervisors said the township had received As much As annually in years before the Bridges first policy was adopted and they want that allocation state police in Huntingdon said two burglaries wednesday one at the Dudley Post office and the other at the Broad top Auto Supply were probably the thieves netted Only 50 cents from the Supply store Cash an unsuccessful attempt was made to open the Post office but nothing was stolen two towels were missing from the Post and it was believed they were used to Bandage a wound apparently one of the burglars was injured while breaking a window to gain january 1975 the actions of a teenager from Alum Bank re 1 on Friday led to an 80day jail and the filing of charges with a possible maximum 12 year jail sentence and fines of Susan Jane was originally charged by citation on with disorderly conduct for using obscene language and gestures in a Public place the charge was brought by Bedford on she pleaded guilty to the charge and was ordered by magistrate Kenneth Jewell to pay a Fine and costs totalling in several on she called the magistrates office and said she could not make the payment Jewell said he told her she would have to serve a 15 Day she was to appear voluntarily that Day to begin the Between the guilty plea and the beginning of the Borough police received a number of complaints that Wentz was making excessive and malicious use of the Telephone with intent to police subsequently filed a on Jewell issued a warrant for the harassment charge and the failure to appear on the disorderly conduct a jail Matron and a Borough police officer served the warrants Jewell said that As Wentz was being arraigned on the second she became belligerent and used obscene language in his office she was repeatedly told to discontinue the according to the when Jewell had completed the necessary paperwork on the including the 15day commitment the con stable told Wentz to accompany him to the at this Jewell she became and he ordered her hand during the he she used impolite language to the court and refused to turn Over her purse to the because of her conduct in the the sentence was increased to 80 at the As Wentz personal property was being filed with the the officials found a knife in her sub additional charges of concealment of an in silent weapon and resisting the order of an officer of the were bail was set at Cash on the a hearing has been set for thursday on the phone resisting an order and concealment a Bedford re 2 Man pleaded guilty monday to a Misdemeanour violation of the Public welfare the department of Public welfare said Marshall Wolford concealed income he beginning in november from washing dishes at eds Steak Bedford re the department cited the exact violation As occurring in january 1973 the charge was filed in november judge Richard Snyder ordered Wolford to pay the costs of prosecution and to make restitution that will be determined by the probation department he also put the defendant on Luj to 23 months a Small fire at Kenn Metal about 4 monday was extinguished by employees before Bedford firemen arrived on the some Oil near a quench in which hot steel is cooled a company spokesman a pledge by the Ford administration to Back million in Aid to northeastern railroads should Avert a threatened Layoff of about Penn Central workers in the Altoona according to posting of the in were to begin saturday Shuster said he Learned from the White House that the office of management and budget would Back million More for the discussions Between the Penn and the Federal government have been going on since the railroads recent announcement that it needed million Over the next months or it would be forced to reduce its work the department of transportation is to present the million proposal to according to a Washington Post Story sinister said he expects the request for additional Aid to come before Congress within the next ten medical Center held its reorganization with Lour of the five directors re elected Enid director is Josephine Kelly of in mini positions on the Board were Guy a Amati of Ronald no Riddlesburg the dim lors will of Edith Hynd continued from last Hazel of Russell of deaths week of september 29 october 5 Bedi of formerly of Benson g of of Robert of Fred 50 of Edna of a county Russell of Margaret of new York a Bedford of 13 Fairfield a county of formerly of Nancy Ruth of George of new Paris Gertrude of roaring formerly of of East Freedom of route deaths week of october 6october 12 Susie of Paul of 44 Stewart Union a county George of a county Erma 70 of of 222 South Richard Matthew age of Schellsburg deaths week of october 13 october 19 Vicki age of Violet of Manns Frank of East infant son of George and Roberta Alice of Sandra of Paul of 26 North Hopewell Sheila of Amy Jean Nette of formerly of of Janet of Cherry deaths week of october 20 october 26 Kathryn of Clair of formerly of Shell surf mrs Mable of new Enterprise i Wilbur i of clays tire mrs of Kenneth of 230 East main Robert of Claysburg Robert of Stevens a former Everett area Erma of David of 208 state Thomas infant son of John and Scheryl picked Dibert of new Cora of Manns Shannon of formerly of Alum Martha of of Schellsburg Robert of Glenn of Alum Annie Elizabeth of deaths week of october 27 november 2 sue of Forest of Ellsworth of 908 West fifth an Everett area Barbara Jean of route Vera of 30 water Charles of 816 Ashland cum Anna of a county Roy of of 20 mounted Clifford 65 of Margaret of formerly of Manns Jesse of Ada of deaths week of november 3 november 9 Ruth of Clarence of of formerly of Philomene of a county Marc of Bedford Brook age two infant daughter of Dennis and Sheryl Rose of Walter of 2001 Paxton Mildred mover of 344 Bedford Minnie Mae Corle of 634 Lincoln a county Betty Jane of East Freedom of Mayme of deaths week of november 10november Steven of Joe of 544 South Richard of Harry of Mary of 711 Church Clyde of Paul of a native of Emma of deaths week of november 17 november Beula of William of a native of friends miss Esther of a native of deaths week of november 24 november 30 Leona of Alum Lottie of Bertha of Verna of Jennifer infant daughter of Thomas and Janice Short Shire of Hazel of 408 John of roaring Clarence of formerly of Mabel of Mary Alice of Nora Blanche of formerly of deaths week of december 1 december Anna of Warren of of formerly of of Manns Choice Alton of Walker Hun a county Donald of Ora Belle of South of Claysburg Walter of new Paris Warren of North a Bedford deaths week of december 8 december Mevlin of 229 North front Sara of 4617 Guinea a county Nettie May of East Freedom Geneva Marie 40 of bed miss of 39 North Center deaths week of december 15 december Joseph of 158v2 Bedford formerly of of Helen of Railroad Albert of Woodbury Frank of 200 Oak a county Wilbert of David of East main Freda of Fisher deaths week of december 22 december Gilbert of six mile Lillian of 311 North Spring Inez of bed Clair a guest of the Morrison Cove formerly of new Harry fort Bedford Gertrude Margaret of Helen of Cloyd of Donahoe formerly of Terrace John of Alma of 45 Cathedral Tioga a former Bedford county George of Millard of Imler Karen a former county deaths week of Ite Cember 29december Elmer of Alum Harvey of William of Gregory of of annual re organizational meeting development sets fund drive i indies the Bedford county development association will undertake a drive this year for Money to use As mat Ching funds for state and Federal Industrial develop ment at its annual reorganization meeting representatives of the county Industrial development authority and development groups from Chestnut Hyndman and Everett discussed the need to replenish its no specific plans for the fund drive were each group said it will meet separately to decide if a drive should be undertaken individually or on a county basis i Meredith authority said thai so was loaned to Industrial clients last which preserved 477 and added new ones in its 1974 the Council listed 14 projects it coordinated in applications Lor uranus these included helping i he municipal aul Oriu obtain 7 million in pm Iron Enlal 1lotectloii funds Lor updating the sewage ii Alment Plain and another from Chr appalachian Licu ional commission acc Lor the same project the Roi Itu Kali Iii Grant loan Linin Chr Kai mers Home i Mia tin i he West Siclair township Walii project which will also receive a Grant under the slates Community facilities act and from in listing finances As the number one need for weve almost reached the Bottom of the barrel on the funds we representatives of the other associations agreed on the need Lor Money Lawrence Koor newly elected president of the Everett area Industrial corp said his group was also searching Tor Industrial Sites in that area Hoss Harclerode of Hynd Man said his development group was in Low spirits at i his Lime because of the in Complete Mower a Inch has caused problems Lor the Hermmh Lor almost two liar Clende said Llyn Man i1si million in debt Over the i pm the boroughs lax inc is he and of new w Bill loaned about us the sewer funding Speirs in Willinia to go any in i be com Hie the Council can do tin1 ewer i i u unit pal Peel he Corddry and car let us Down in inspecting the work As it there now suggesting we charge the people for sewage treatment they dont Harclerode wed have an open rebellion if we did he noted that Hyndman also owes the engineers a override because of Dela crests bungling of the the system is presently without a and although bids for completing it have been Harclerode said other con tractors will be reluctant to try straightening out another bad Hyndman cant borrow any More Money and Doest know if it can get More Federal or state Harclerode noted that part of the problem began when the municipal authority received Only 45 per cent funding in the form of although the Cha had said once that 70 per cent in Grants was fair for a project such As the Money want then i Lalle a Jimmie Llie i Lepearl ment of resources was pushing Hyndman to install a the authority jumped Al the 45 per according to because of the fear of continence in the system Ere i Mcnoll Deh a Nushi i Romul of comments irom i he Industrial Council county com missioner Robert Sweet said Der has made demands on Hyndman and other but has fallen Short on taking responsibilities for the Sweet suggested to newly elected Robert Jubelirer and Clarence who attended the that they introduce a Bill that if a such As goes bankrupt or has no Money to Complete a it be forbidden from bidding on any other projects that receive state Sweet expressed the fear that or one of the other company names con tractor Robert Ritter operates will show up to bid on the Pleasantville water among without better Well have Hyndman All Over the Sweet the commissioner also told Harclerode that if the Borough has the manpower could be supplied through one of the new Federal programs to help fix the torn up Borough at Beegles the officers of the Bedford county development authority were elected to the same positions Beegle was elected chairman of the Council Gerald Clark of vice chairman Joseph treasurer Kenneth the county Industrial and tourism development and county planning director Olin assistant Secretary and

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