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Bedford County Inquirer (Newspaper) - June 12, 1987, Bedford, Pennsylvania In Retford Stumm combined a Fth fhe Everett Republican established 1812 174th year 43 june 1987 i Sis 1177 2000 single copy 35 cents higher costs May mean garbage fee hike by Nancy Wylie staff writer Bedford county residents could see their trash collection Bills go up a month or depending on what it will Cost haulers to use the Broad top Landfill in the near a proposed increase of or More per cubic Yard in the tipping fee paid by haulers would be passed along to the haulers both residential and seven local haulers surveyed by the Gazette on Friday said they definitely will raise their rates As soon As they know for sure How much the Bedford county Landfill tipping fee is going spreading the Cost increase Over thousands of local households is expected to keep the rates affordable for most although one or two haulers said frankly they lost a few customers when the tipping fee went up a Yard several years one haulers wife said she believes a Landfill fee hike might actually encourage More illegal five of the seven said they have no specific new rates in mind just one said the residential rate might go up 50 cents or a another estimated his hike would be at least per an Everett Hauler has already raised his rates by 50 cents a month for out town households in anticipation of a new tip fee originally expected to take effect about june his new rates Are and a about the county average or a Little restaurants and other businesses that have trash picked up seven Days this looks like a peaceful scene with Only a slightly unusual theme Goat but in the Blue Ridge mountains East of this the loading of goats into a truck ended an unusual episode that Drew on the expertise of a Bedford county dog Trainer and his Champion a second Story and More photos appear on Page local dogs Herd in goats by Linda Williams staff writer thirty five goats of an endangered species were saved from destruction a second time saved monday morning by two Bedford county dogs and their Jack the san Clemente goats had been rescued from a Island where military operations were about to take and until with Mirk and rounded them they May have been doomed to death by herbicide the Story began a year ago on san Clemente Island in the Pacific the Navy wanted to use the which was inhabited Only by the for target the goats were in the Way and the Navy decided to shoot in stepped fund for an Active group formed and directed by Cleveland the animals group was Given per Mission by the Navy to get the goats off the a number of them were sent East to the Ithaca farms in owned by Rob and Mary is a distribution Point for the fund for the Truland got in touch with their Paul who had recently purchased a 153acre farm in a Young computer expert who works in the Tyson Corner area of says he bought the farm with the thought of taking in unwanted when the Truland he said he could take a dozen a few Days he upon to take when they unloaded Frappollo there were Frappollo didst mind the the goats feed primarily off of the pasture lands on the i Bale some Hay for them to eat in the Winter and buy them some he but the problem the grass is always Greener on the other Side of the i thought i had Good Fenc but it want Good it was about two months ago that Frappollo first discovered that the goats neighbors began to some of their Early crops were being devoured and the goats were traced to a Steep Hillside which has about on half mile drop to a wide goats will not Cross water according to Frappollo and i the animals were evidently As Happy As Kings living on the they had easy pick ing on the Farmers also the Farmers intend to Spray within the the experts were cer on Page 5 fifty two indictments approved a Bedford county grand jury approved indictments in 52 cases Mon including attempted homicide and vehicular homicide the number of cases May have been a record for a on Day and included 20 separate indict ments stemming from the state police strike Force investigation of drug the grand jury approved eight counts against John Robert Chal of Bedford re who is accused of setting fire to his wife and their Colerain township residence on april state police charged Chalfont with four counts of attempted ranging from first degree murder involuntary manslaughter two counts of and one each of recklessly endanger ing another person and aggravated Chalfont waived a preliminary hearing in the Case and is free on his remains six counts were approved against Willard Hyndman re who was the Driver of a car that is alleged to have crossed route and struck a car driven by Barry Hyndman re on March leap and his infant were the charges against Faulkner in clude two counts each of vehicular vehicular homicide while driving under the influence of alcohol and drunk defendants in the drug most of which involve Ltd or marijuana sales to state police included David Hopewell re three indictments charging Possession and intent to deliver plus conspiracy charges in two indictments Jeffrey three indict ments with intent to deliver and conspiracy charges in each de Hopewell re three indictments with Possession and in tent to deliver drugs and conspiracy on two of them and a conspiracy charge on the third William Bedford re three indict ments for Possession and intent to plus conspiracy on two of the indictments and Possession of a Small amount of marijuana on the third Robert four indict ments charging Possession and in tent to deliver three of them with charges of conspiring with others in the cases and Merle bar three indictments that charged conspiracy in drug including Possession intent to deliver drugs on two of in another drug this one dating from a 1985 Thomas Becker of North Spring was indicted for possessing and Selling two persons were indicted for drug violations involving the grow ing of Donald South Richard was charged with one count of a drug while John Bedford re was charged with possessing a Small amount of Mari Juana and drug in another Scott Chamberlain of Hollidaysburg re 3 and Lee Eugene Duncansville re were charged with possessing drugs and and with possessing the instruments of a crime burglary also indicted in a drug related Case was Phil Pierre of Philadelphia for two counts of Possession of drugs and one of hav ing an unlicensed other cases that were approved by the grand jury for further pros ecu on Page 8 a week will face bigger hikes than homeowners with once or twice weekly the originally projected Date of june 1 has come and gone without the Hope for Transfer of Landfill administration duties and finances from the Bedford county commis on Page 8 Everett postpones new ordinances by Terry Kanari staff writer Everett Borough Council on monday postponed adoption of two ordinances one intended to pro Hibit consumption of alcohol on Public the other to regulate the alcohol beverage ordinance was delayed in order to clarify what areas Are considered As Council president Ronald Mcfarland said during councils monthly the ordinance Calls for the prohibition of All alcoholic beverage consumption on Public areas within Everett coun cil had listed Public areas As All streets and on it came to councils attention that parking lots of businesses May not be considered As Public Council pondered whether drinking should be allowed outside the Down River Golf course where motor Homes Are often parked and where drinking takes drinking often occurs in the backyard of the Union hotel where guests play Council after considerable Council unanimously approved a motion by Bill Zimmerman to advertise the or following necessary changes and a determination by solicitor John Koontz of what constitutes a Public Mcfarland said Council would rather wait and adopt a legally fool proof ordinance to avoid conflicts in the future with individuals or a final version of the ordinance is expected this on the second Council decided to postpone final adoption of a Mobile Home ordinance regulating any future development of trailer Parks within the the or which has been contains a Grandfather clause which caused of the clause states anyone operating a trailer Park within Everett after must conform to a set of regulations which include minimum distances Between Mobile a trailer Park is defined As a lot with More than two the councilmen debated whether such a Law would Force new owners of established trailer Parks to con form with All new some didst feel that would be because it could cause financial loss if trailers had to be eliminated to conform with new distance Regula Council decided to ask Koontz for another re advertise any changes and adopt the ordinance at a special in other Council decided to hire Par time meter maid Donna Riley As a Par time police Riley recently completed her police schooling in Johnstown and is fully according to councilman Ben she will work up to 20 hours per week As mayor Ray Hillenbrand will be in charge of on a related Council expressed interest in hiring an additional Par time officer to temporarily replace full time officer Douglas Diehl who recently broke his no decision was prior to Council proved a five minute Public parking sign to be erected in front of the Post office on main that spot so far has Only been designated for police car Council accepted with regret the resignation of Eugene Ritchey from the Borough of Everett municipal work starts on Everett apartments by Terry Kanari staff writer Everett fourteen county and state officials on tues Day took part in a groundbreaking marking the Start of an elderly housing project on the former elementary school the groundbreaking on North Spring Street kicked off construction of a two Story building with 20 apart ments which will be inhabited by elderly in really glad to see it the project said Paul member of the Bedford county housing authority Boca and Everett Borough i thought wed never make Shaffer has been one of the prime forces behind this mayor Ray Hillenbrand echoed those were Happy that it finally once each apartment measuring 650 Square feet in the building will consist of a living dining one a bathroom and a according to Thomas Creal Iii of Creal Hyde architects of there will also be one Small storage room the Complex will also feature a Community a managers office and a maintenance he the building will be equipped with a Security system which locks and unlocks the main Entrance fire and smoke alarms will also be Creal projected occupancy will occur around february of next according to Linda Rodgers of the Federal Farmers Home and will be plus elec the Price tag of the entire managed by the is on Page 8 Bedford firefighters work to put out a fire and to vent smoke from the Tow and Barbara Hawkins Home at 238 East Peru Street monday the Home was struck by lightning about firemen were on the scene for several hours trying to extinguish the located in a crawl space above the third Fluor and in the Walls of the top chief Speicher said there was quite a nil of damage to the third hut damage estimate was available

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