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Bedford County Inquirer (Newspaper) - June 6, 1975, Bedford, Pennsylvania With the Everett Republican established 162nd year Bedford Republican june 1975 single copy ten cents ceremonies held at five area High schools county graduates Over 800 in Spring commencement there were Over 800 graduates of the county five High schools in graduation ceremonies began in the county May when the senior class at Bedford school and june with commencement exercises for 58 at Hyndman High graduates and their High schools include 218 Chestnut 169 Everett 154 Tussey 145northern 104 and on the Square William a native of Bedford and graduate of Bedford High was installed As president of the Pennsylvania of professional during its 40th annual convention in Hershey May Middleton is the son of the late and Middleton of a get acquainted party for the contestants in the county Dairy Princess contest and their sponsors was held sunday afternoon at the farm of and Max new Enterprise re John son of and John Harr of Imler and Trudy daughter of and Gene Corle of were selected King and Queen of the May Day entertainment Usa featuring elementary students at Claysburg Kimmel High school Marelius Molvak ver million and her Timothy each their masters Degres May at Virginia University Vermillion is the daughter of and Velio Molvak of mean Howbrook Terrace and a 1972 graduate of Perm she was wed june to Timothy a 1972 graduate of Salem a six mile run resident has been decorated with his second award of the air Force commendation staff Alan son of and Ray was cited for meritorious service while assigned to the consolidated base personnel the sergeant was presented the medal at the a1966 graduate of Tussey High he is married to the former Bonnie daughter of and Mack Everetts of quote by Bob manager of the 24mile Ray town dam Lake opening this season for the first time at some of the old timers didst like the dam at but i think they realize now it May easier to pick the tourist than to pick h and Martin now of new returned to Bedford for the weekend Tea of the county Garden Walter the former Nancy of visited Over the weekend with her and Robert Hammer of Juliana Bertha Hocker spent the weekend in Hollidaysburg for the funeral of Leona and Harold Wilkinson returned to their Barclay Home sunday after a visit in Carlisle with or sister and her and Frank and their Zella who will graduate this june from Carlisle High miss Smith plans to attend Dickinson College in the Bedford High school hang graduates was the theme for both baccalaureate and commencement exercises at Bedford High school May featured speakers included the Clarke Redmond of the United methodist Church in the Raymond grosser of Thomas Catholic Church in who gave the in and senior class Nancy who spoke on the our yesterdays Are exercises were held in the High school the 1975 graduating class of Bedford High school includes Ronald Wayne Robert Douglas Reta Mae Amy Catherine Anita Ann Cynthia Kay Randy Alan Kelly to Daniel Mcclellan Steven Leroy Beard Ella May Michael Francis Jill Louise Anthony Blake Carol Lynn Scott Edward Bis Skye Diane Sandra Michael Faron Kimberly Ann boots Timothy Carl Vaughn Keith Donna Jean Cathy Eileen Susan Marie Fred Royce Sherry Dawn Russell Lee Tammy Kay Cessna Penelope May James Susan Lorraine Michael Daniel Joni Lou Terry Wayne Roger Lee Paul Lee Bryan Lee Debra Joene Derabasse Mary Ann Nancy Jane Carol Jean Barbara Renee Joel Lee Ken Neth Lee Dana Lynn Nancy Lee Annette Gail Brenda glee easter Gregory Grant Marianne Paula Gail Beverly Jean Nancy Jean John Herbert Barry Dean Pamela Jean William Henry Beverly Dene Fischer Beth Ann Pamela Jean Gregory Lee Roger Jordan Deborah Louise Lynette Jean Susan May Teresa Gayle Tonya Lynn Kevin Vance Frederick James Bruce Douglas Gordon Mark Frederick Joseph Mark Robert Jesse Paul Curtis Gretchen Brice George Arthur Donald Leroy Ricky Eugene Growden Kimberly Jane Reid Allen Susan Beth Kathy sue har Albert Robert Hart Brenda Marie Roger Alan Jackie von Donna Irene Zelphia Naomi Herline Michael Lee Stewart Monroe Jeffrey Robert Anthony Barry Lynn Edward Gene Brenda Lee John Eric Donna Marie Deborah Ann Hoover Gregory Earnest Cynthia Kay Todd Patrick Mark Alan Thomas Hill Harry Coleman Sheila Louise James Kevin Steven James Larry Dean Kidd Elizabeth Ann David Leroy Gerard Joel William Lynn Raymond Earl Vernon Kim Edward Michael Dean sue Ann Pamela Jane lease Jenny Doreen Jack Lee Joseph Lee Mary Lois Bonita Jean Kim Elaine Lawrence Thomas Tracy Devon Tomothy Lee Kenneth William Mattson Neil Sheryl Ann Michael Francis Timothy Allen graduation ceremonies seniors at Everett High were held outdoors for 154 school sunday one of several area commencements to be held out Lisa Diane Michael Roy Lisa Deane Michael Paul Joyce Ann mor Kathleen sue Gary Lee mull Richard Kenneth Gene David Arthur Nancy Jane David Andrew Gerald Hsie Nhong Stephen Austin Katherine May Teresa Charlene Pencil William Harry Brian Dean Debra Jean Anthony Wayne Belinda sue Patricia Gail Price Terry Lee Janet Candace Ann Ritchey Donna Jean Janet Lorraine Randy Allan Sharon Kay Brad James David Kerry Lynn Mark William Robert George Salathe Kenneth Dean James Ross Luan Joy Nancy Louise Daniel Craig Ronald Alan Espy Reighard James Daryl Dean Henry Karl Lee Sigler Sally Ann Lisa Virginia Tammy Lynn Diane Carol Valerie Gwen Steven Reed Gregory Lynn Deborah Kay Tony Curtis Stiffler Gwen Elaine Maurice Robert Stanley William Wayne Jeffrey Cynthia Anne Carl William Shela Rae Kimberly Anne tray Terry Ross Turner Joy Dianne Van Kandis Lynn Wai Tern Randall Lewis Stephen Brian Joseph Edward Gregory Dean Pamela Marie Deborah Louise Karen sue Patricia Ann Whitesell Vicki Virginia Wendy sue Jerry Joseph Lee Debra Ann Peggy sue Thomas Scott Mark Alan Tara Vanecia Debbra Kay Ever in area High school Everetts graduation ceremonies were held out doors on the High school athletic Field sunday of june student speakers included Debra Sharon Joan Julie Harold Cornell and Clinton members of the 1975 graduating class Are John Kimberly Denise Bruce Connie Pamela Brenda Roger Denise Keith Border Beverly Paula Gregory Glen Jeffrey Lorie Skyles Stacy Thomas Carl Gregory Caro Judy Lynford Lynn Cham Joan Denton Ivan Michael Ruth Woodrow Conrad Kristi Barry Harold Judy Richard David Vicki Jeanne Bonnie Beverly Dunkle Lucinda Timothy Robert Rodney Gloria Libby Kathy David Patton Lori Lynn foor Marvin Brenda Chris Jeanne Joseph Dennis Eddie Robert Charlene Joanne Hartsock Stanford Debra Mary Kenneth Penny Lynne Sharon Kathy Melvin Jeffrey Imes John Larry Linford Karns Deborah Raymond Christi Charles Gary Larry Connie Lee Janice Barry Freda Stephen Kathy Robin Rickie Kandy Jane Cheryl Miller Colleen Donald Joseph Sharon Jacqueline Darrell Celia Duane James Jeffery Morral Audrey Karen Milton Patrick Marlene Dewayne Karen Randy Duane Emily pheasant Anna Beverly Joann Wayne Robert Brenda Kathy Richard Chery Mark Ruble Soraya Ronald Donna Susan James Susan Clinton Michael James Melody Smith Mark Edward James Wayne Donald John Paula Jeffery Susan Washabaugh Daryl Carl Weichin Daniel Robert David Julie Sally Samuel Brenda Bryan Elaine Carol Sally Donald Hyndman High school Hyndman High school students received their diplomas in commencement exercises held wednesday june in the High school guest speaker for the commencement was George noted journalist and radio commentator from student speakers included class Cynthia Berkheimer Rena and Daniel who placed among the 25 highest ranking students in Pennsylvania As Winner of the Betty Crocker leadership in family living the top five senior candidates for the annual Lio Nisan award were also honoured recently by Hynd Man Londonderry committee chairman James Leydig presented the students selected Cindy Debbie to Lynn Ernie Rit and Rena members of the 1975 Hyndman graduating class Are James Kim Cynthia Daryl Grady Jef Frey Gary Judy Michael Joyce Deneen Nancy Daryl Jeffrey Sandra Yolanda Cathy Frederick Robert Daniel Debra Horner Robin Donald Robin Baron Roger Lee Ann John Dena Steven William Leydig Jeffrey Ricky Brian Carol Charles Glenn Jolynn Jerry Ernie Judy Ritchey Lela Michael Amy Betty Ann Cynthia Katherine Patty Rebecca Rena Richard Sheldon Floyd Dianne Ray Brian Karen James Stephen Chestnut Ridge High school combined baccalaureate and commencement exercises were held on the athletic Field at Chestnutridge High school sunday june he who flies the highest sees the the theme for the 169member graduating student speakers and their topics were a foundation for Randy Clark soar into Madean Dibert setting your spirit Kay Mccreary Fly above your fears into Susan Waller perfection Danny and the Sun sets today but rises again Randy Chestnut Ridge graduating seniors include Mary Ellen Carol Jane Donald Roy Ronald Eugene Terry Zane Kevin Ray Kenneth Eugene Arthur Ellsworth Betty Marie Randy Lee beaner Kathy Ann Cynthia Diane Deborah Kay Michael Paul Joseph Allen Ricky William Matthew Scott Rickey Gerald Connie Lou Lorri Dawn Clark Randy Paul Douglas Ray Elwood Eric Jeffrey Jon Lucinda Rose Richard Sheldon Ruth Anna Wendy sue con Carole sue Brenda Joyce Corle Roger Alan Randy Lee Connie Louise Linda Ann Dana Vance Paul Leroy Priscilla Ann Randy Don Cheryl Louise Keith Allen Dibert Madean Denise Lexie to Robert Wayne Cheryl Ann Christopher Larry James Deborah Jean Dennis Ray Lynn Gail Ned Feaster Gary Eugene Karen Ronald Eugene Gregory Lee Jill Ann Robert Wayne Rickey Lou Stephen Jay David Lee Clare Ann Fyock Fred Wayne Cindy Robert Charles Joseph Allen Gar Danny Lee Mendy Jill Alice Laverne Cynthia Ann David Lewis Mary Margaret Harclerode Susan Marie Timmy Neal Karen Ruth Richard Ray Boye Richard David Bruce Henry Allen Vee Ann Gary Duane Deborah Lynn Holderbaum Paul Allan Sharon Ann Annette Joyce Carpi Randy Michael Wayne Charles Edward William Kirk Ronald Kenneth Wilbert Paul Kiser Fred Lee Phillip Dathan Betty Ann Glenda Ruth Barry Eugene Lind Debra sue Ronald Eugene Mary Ellen Randall William Rodney manges Mary Edith Joan Kay events of the week the county commissioners opened three bids monday on the Center and some Mobile equipment for the countywide emergency radio the Low bid of was submitted by followed closely by general Ledric at the third bid of was made by the bids will be turned Over to Guth associates of Harrisburg for study before phase 1 of the network is a report is expected from Guth on june according to Legrand county director of civil which is supplying part of the funding for the system the governors Justice commission also has approved Grants for the whose Center will be located in the courthouse Perce said the bids were fairly close to the consultants a Check for was presented last week to the Borough of As proceeds from the Salvage operation now underway at the former Saxton nuclear research the station was operated from to 1072 through the Sexton nuclear experimental a nonprofit organization formed by the general Public utilities and its operating sub including the Saxton facility was a Pioneer research and a number of important developments in the advancement of nuclear Power operations took place when the station Sec turned Over to the Borough Many pieces of because of Sakcs it could not sell the remaining equipment or but could make the Sec Plant is being torn along with the conventional Power station that pen elec phased out last specs decision to donate the Money to the which has not decided yet what to do with the also was made some time an a Starburg cd 1 Man was arrested thursday for a Bank robbery in Huntingdon county last George was picked up after he apparently was going to try robbing the same Branch the first Blair county Bank of Tyrone in warriors wednesday state police from a Hollidaysburg arrested Panek in Bedford county on a stolen car the vehicle was taken from a parking in Tyrone wednesday morning it was spotted leaving the warriors Mark Bank a Short time and was found abandoned near there later in the Panek was arraigned thursday before magistrate James Morrisey in Tyrone on the stolen car and placed in the Blair jail in lieu of Friday he was arraigned before Huntingdon magistrate Gretchen Crouse on charges of Bank robbery in connection with the Holdup and criminal attempt for the wednesday incident he was recommitted to the Blair jail in lieu of the september Holdup reportedly netted the robber the Man entered the Bank and told a woman Teller to hand Over the the Teller told police she did not see a gun because the Man kept his hands below counter the getaway car thai Lime bad been stolen in state wednesday the Man later identified As Panek tried to enter the same Bank through the lobby since the Rob Bery last the door had been kept locked and All business transacted at the driven when the Teller directed the Man to come to the other he drove away he held a handkerchief Over the left Side of his face As lie passed the driven window at a fast rate of county election officials finished their official tally of the primary election with no changes found in the out come of any the results will now be certified to the in the key races for the county commissioner and District a Lew vote shifts were the official tally on the Republican Side of the commissioners with the unofficial election night count in parentheses showed Stanley Bollman led the ticket with followed by Alva the three other gop candidates were Bill and Pete the winners were Stanley and Gary of the other democrats on the the results were Richard Gloria and Bill 809 in the a Gordon Stroup received Republican votes and democratic challenger John Koontz had vote from the republicans and 498 490 from the two stale Parks in Bedford county were Busy Over the memorial Day according to Park at Blue the turnout was described As real several Hundred persons were at the swimming Pool there monday and the camping Sites were Shawnee reported to swimmers on with camping Sites at the Park filled Over the May 1975 the county commissioners tuesday approved a Grant to the Bedford county Industrial development authority to use As seed Money to help local development councils establish Industrial the Money hopefully will be a revolving fund to help the local groups meet Matching fund requirements on state and Federal Grants and to make Advance payments in expectation of such last year the county commissioners contributed to the county authority Industrial the Money went to Purchase land in the Broad top Industrial Park a Shell building was constructed on that site and was recently rented by a new Jersey firm that will begin making car upholstery there May 1975 negotiations Between new Enterprise Stone and Lime and striking workers from the Prestress Concrete Plant at roaring Spring broke off tuesday afternoon without a the 90 employees Are members of local 504 of the United Lime and Gypsum workers the contract ran out May the employees continued to work until May 14 without a the company offered a two year contract with a cent hourly wage increase in the first year and an additional 40 Cunis per hour in the second the offer was termed a final one when it was made the first week in but it was rejected by the picketing is still in Progress at the Clair Replogle of a Federal said that another negotiating session will be set within the next few according to a company the Bedford county child development and the office of paediatrician Ramesh Chopra have moved to the Brown building in adjacent to the scat station the corporation had been housed on the second floor of the courthouse and the doctors office in a Small outbuilding Between the Annex and the by next its expected that veterans administration continued on Page 6

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