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Cumberland Sunday Times News (Newspaper) - March 4, 1990, Cumberland, Maryland Acc 113, Garrett 70 a Star 52, Bisbo 49 Rich basketball flu 81, Del. 55 see sports. Section b Bass lure a real grabber Knob Ley estates Man creates an artificial lure the fish can to spit out see a outdoors on b-7 Aspendale voters have affirmed Doris Marks As mayor. Five Council members also were elected. See Story on cd Cumberland sunday times news a xxi no. 9 Cumberland. Maryland sunday March 4, 1990 one Dollar the weather mostly sunny. Highs near 40. Winds North to to 15 Mph. See regional forecasts on Page a-2. Pews briefs president surrounded provincial trapping a id Fakir hotel surrounded Manila Philippines apr troops Loyal to a governor sought for trying to topple Corazon Aquino a hotel in the capital sunday Cabinet member and taking a general officials said. Officials said forces Loyal to suspended gov. Rodolfo Aguinaldo launched the attack at 4 a m. On the Delfino hotel in tug Garao 250 Miles North of Manila after learning that government troops planned to raid his stronghold. Gas explosion Budapest Hungary apr a Hydrogen Gas explosion occurred at a steel Plant in Northern Hungary saturday just after the Day shift arrived and the official it news Agency said five people were killed and 15 injured. The blast started a fire that heavily damaged the old metallurgical works 65 Miles Northeast of Budapest near the czechoslovak Border. Eleven of the injured were seriously Hurt according to Mai which did not say what caused the explosion. It said the fire was put out. Downplays race Wichita ran. A Carole Gist downplays her 6lace As the first Black miss a. A there is so much More to me than my blackness the color of my skin a she said at a news conference saturday the morning after giving up her miss Michigan Usa title to be crowned miss Usa 1990. Miss Gist a 6-foot-tall, 20-year-old College student from Detroit said she is part Cherokee. Index regular features a Ann lauds is a to Sulf i saws a crossword blk �?�outdoors.b7 a editorial ai4-is to a Public records.a4 a Arret county.,d2 a nature Quot climb. sections National International a living e state a local area c classified ads d3-i2 sports blk daily break b9-ii advertising supplements a Conny a a Domino a toned a goo Bee dept. Store a old Salt Bleck a a men a Lowe a Rocco drug store a seen Roebuck a a shop n Sere a super froth a Thrift drug beats looking for parking spaces bikes new Grey Murrey 12 Speed 50 red free spirit 25 Good cond sold. Sold. Sold classified ads work Call 722-4604 recycling helps boy scouts become More Independent ready to Recycle a members of boy scout troop 16, sponsored by memorial Hospital work on sorting Glass deposited at one of the drop off Points they have established to collect recyclables from the Community. Pictured kneeling in front Are Chris Weber Jimmy Scarlett and Willy Suter. Standing same order Are Nick Nies Kirk Beck Wade Smith and Dan Weber. The boys and adults who assist them have deposited 740,105 pounds of Glass at local recycling collection centers since they began the project in March 1975. It times sews Stet e it Ittner by Debbie Meyer times news writer Cumberland try to imagine a pile of Glass weighing nearly three quarters of a million pounds that show much members of boy scout troop 16 have collected since they began a recycling project 15 years ago. The idea of recycling Glass As a Means to achieve financial self sufficiency can be credited to Louie Griggs troop 16 committee chairman. A it was pretty much generated not Only As a Means to attempt to make Money for the scouts but also As a Way to help clean the environment a scoutmaster Tim Thomas explained. A Titi admit i Shook my head when Louie came up with the he continued. The troop sponsored by memorial Hospital has a Small membership a around to boys. With the help of area residents fraternal organizations troop committee members and parents the boys managed to turn in 3,300 pounds of Glass the first year. A initially we had to haul our Glass to Keyser got to be a problem a Thomas said. A we crushed it and stored state penal Complex Here would be Boon to Economy editors note this is the second Story in a three part series on a 2,500 bed state penal Complex which Maryland corrections officials Are hoping to contract in Allegany county by the year 1995. By Butch Antolini times news writer Annapolis a local House of delegates member Kevin Kelly asked Washington county lawmakers an interesting question during fridays meeting which entered on the possible siting of a massive state prison Complex in Allegany county. A what would happen if the state came in tomorrow and said they were going to remove the prisons in Washington county what would the Public sentiment be a Kelly inquired. A i m sure there would be a great Deal of discontent a Washington county Delegate Donald f. Munson replied. A a few people might be Happy but the loss of jobs would be very substantial and the trickle Down effect to the area stores and businesses would be. Terrible a a it would be disastrous a interjected Bishop Robinson Maryland Secretary for Public safety and correctional services. Three state correctional centers built in the same Washington county compound House More than 5,600 of the states inmates. While the penal Complex certainly helps to serve some of Maryland s prison needs it More importantly nerves As one of the largest in Plover in Washington county providing nearly 1,290 jobs hat to a $60 million annual payroll. Combine that with the spinoff and it figures out to better than a $100 million economic boost every year. A a let a face it. It s big business a Robinson stated. A a it a the fastest growing construction Industry in the a so what we re really talking about Here is a major Industry a Allegany county general Assembly delegation chairman Casper Taylor or. Said. A absolutely a noted Robinson. A what it actually is is a Small City. Every conceivable service is built into a prison. Water sewers education health care food banking mail service. Everything in a prison is done the same As you would in a City except for one thing you done to collect Robinson is proposing to build a Multi faceted prison Complex somewhere in Allegany county. Nearly 1,000 jobs including correctional officers professional staff educators health care providers food service and laundry personnel clerks and typists would be the direct result of a state prison locating in Allegany county and it will carry a yearly payroll of approximately $50 million. Tack on the multiplier effect continued on air it in 55-gallon Drums. Once Brocks started to take it locally it made our Job the troops highest yield of Glass was in 1977 with an amazing 105,270 pounds collected. Totals amassed in recent years have dropped Back to under 40,000 pounds. The increase of plastic packaging see a As to be the biggest influence on this decline according to Thomas. A we Are satisfied to put 20 tons a year away a he indicated. The operation has expanded to include two drop off Points. Anyone interested in contributing Glass to the troops coffers May Deposit it behind the residence located at 626 Brookfield Avenue or at 231 Maple Street. Coordinators of the project decided to eliminate crushing the Glass for storage because they were handling it twice. A forklift was obtained at Little Cost to assist with operations. A of course we have to spend Money to make Money a the scoutmaster said. A we keep a trailer As Well As the forklift the scout troop delivers approximately one trailer full of Glass a week to Brocks. Since the Glass Market has been relatively steady in providing consistent profits to recyclers. Troop 16 has achieved the goal set Forth by Griggs so Many years ago. A we have not asked our sponsors for a Nickel since beginning the recycling project a Thomas revealed. A one of the big reasons we be been so Happy with it is that we have Money Here to step in and help the boys who can to afford summer Camp registration a he added. Thomas indicated that All funds raised through recycling Are put Back into activities to Benefit the boys or the Community. Recycling profits Are also used toward purchasing Accident insurance required by the National boy scouts of America. Patches and awards presented to the boys and annual registration fees. The boys have reaped additional benefits through their hard work. Members of troop 16 have travelled twice to the Philmont scout ranch in Cimarron n.m., both by rail and air. The group also conducted a car trip to the land Between the lakes scouting facility in Western Kentucky about to years ago. Keeping with the scouting tradition of helping the Community the troop makes annual donations to the toys for happiness Campaign and has contributed canned goods to the food pantry As Well. A group of 11-to-18-year-old boys can Only do so much when it comes to hauling the monstrous Mounds of Glass they accumulate. A the biggest Success of the troop and its recycling project has been through the efforts of the committee a Thomas stated. Once the boys have sorted the Glass by color and rinsed it off a group of 13 men and women assist them in lifting the Drums and transporting them to the collection Center. The scoutmaster and committee chairman Are joined by other interested adults to form the troop committee the Backbone of the organization according to Thomas. These individuals include Eagle scout Tim longest Maybel Griggs Bruce Alt Mary Alt Rick continued on air 16 americans wounded in discotheque bombing Panama City Panama apr a bomb tossed through the window of a downtown discotheque wounded 16 american servicemen one seriously military and Hospital officials said saturday. Eleven panamanians also were Hurt. It was believed to be the first such attack on . Servicemen since the United states invade in Panama on dec. 20 and overthrew the government of Gen. Manuel Antonio Noriega. There was no known motive for Friday night s assault nor was any claim of responsibility newspaper week a South Penn elementary students and teachers Are taking part in newspaper in education week sponsored by the Cumberland times sews and Cumberland memorial Hospital. Teacher Roberta Brown third from right looks at Page one stories with students from left. Misty Macdonald . Christman Arika Hansford Nick Valentine Wade Lewis Matt Doss Josh Beeghley and Ryan hum Mauf. The week has been observed across the area. For details see Page Al. Made said it. Cmdr. Peggy Black a spokeswoman for the is. Southern command. Panama a judicial technical police in charge of the investigation. Gave no details but an official said a it was against the he asked not to be identified and did not elaborate. A we done to know what it was a said it. Col. Terry Jones another Southern command spokesman. A a they re investigating that it s possible it could have been a in Washington defense Secretary Dick Cheney told can that two grenades May have been thrown into the building from passing cars but Jones said Only one explosive was hurled. The bomb was thrown about 11 30 pm. At my place a discotheque on via Espana a main thoroughfare of stores hotels Banks and other businesses in Panama. Ity. The injuries apparently were caused by the explosion and by flying gloss from broken windows Jones said. The wounded servicemen were taken to the . Military s Gorgas Hospital. One was in serious condition 13 were hospitalized in stable condition and two were released by saturday he said. Six of the la panamanians wounded were treated and released at Panama City Hospi to is one underwent surgery and four were kept for observation. Most suffered wounds in the Lees and feet Hospital records indicated. Review v rules going Over rules knights of Columbus times news spelling Bee Are. From left. Leo Seibert spelling Bee director Thomas b. Cumiskey jr., master of ceremonies and Joan Harden judge for the event. Also participating in preparations for the spelling Bee Are Betty Robison enunciate or Robin Fraley judge and Jan Alderton times news managing editor. The spelling Hee will be held april i at Allegany Community College. Knights of Columbus times news Bee slated the 33rd annual knights of Columbus times news spelling bet will be held sunday april i at 2 30 . At Allegany Community College. Open to seventh and eighth Grade students in the area the event is part of the Scripps Howard National spelling bet held each year in Washington. Do. Again this year Leo j. Seibert is director of the sell ing Bee Seibert said schools in the area have received letters inviting students to participate in the local Competition. The local Winner will receive an expenses paid trip to Washington to compete in the National spelling Bee. Additional prizes to be awarded Here april i include a 32-volume set of the new encyclopaedia Britannica the random House dictionary of the English language the world almanac and Book of facts As Well As medals trophies and Cash prizes for the top spellers. Last year the k of a times news spelling bet was won by Michelle Maz Zoleo of Braddock Middle school. By winning the spelling Bee. Maz Zocco earned Braddock school the right to retain the travelling trophy. The travelling trophy is won if a school wins the spelling Bee a total of three times. This years spelling Bee will be held in the auditorium of acc. Following the event a reception will be held at the College schools needing additional information about the spelling bet May Call Seibert at 777-0590. Read about newspaper in education week in today a Section e

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