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Somerset Daily American (Newspaper) - September 19, 1970, Somerset, Pennsylvania In it m ill in Somerset ski capital of Pennsylvania Somerset daily morning messenger from Tho american Winier and summer Paradise roof Garden of Pennsylvania verily i say unto you in As much Asye have done it unto me one of the least of these my Brethren be have done it unto me. A Matthew 25 40 no single Force has done so much to make humanity decent As this teaching. Christ spent his life helping people who were poorly thought of. Area personality meet Paula by Marilyn Nestor try to put together a picture of the finest things about today so typical teenagers and you have got to come up with something resembling 18-year-old Paula Ann Pyle of Rockwood re i. Paula a that rare combination of intelligence wit and courage. When she was 15-months-old she got polio and that slowed the toddlers Steps somewhat. After All with a Brace on your right leg you done to make a lot of Speed. Not when the braces weight almost As much As you do. But it did no to keep Paula from sewing taking Long hikes and playing the oboe. It did no to keep her from singing. It sure did no to put a crimp in her personality because she lists As one of her favorite activities a meeting in 1967, at a Pittsburgh Hospital where she was undergoing studies for an operation on the polio lame leg it was discoverer she had a deterioration of both kidneys. A and my parents were told the Only Hope for me was at Cleveland clinic a she a when they sprung the idea of a kidney transplant on me i was really enthused. It never Fla want to help her say occurred to me that i might thank you for the Community be in danger. My thought was generosity in helping raise funds that i would be the first person for the life saving transplant around to have such an opera operation december 23, 1968. Tion a she said. Or. And mrs. John Pyle of dauntless indeed Rockwood re i Are very Lucky right now Paula is the presi to have Paula As a daughter Dent of the future business they Are Lucky too to have leaders of America chapter Ernie 14, Ricky 12, and con at Rockwood area High school stance a Foster child 7. And is leading the drive for 600, in the future for Paula Well too Betty Crocker general Mills first there is Liberal arts col coupons which will be converted lege and a study of a Little bit you see Paula a friends in ships planes nearer Jordan map with Gap is 219 Story the status of the new route department of transportation 219 was discussed at the annual some work has been done and membership meeting of the if Money is provided and the route 219 association Friday Highway is programmed it will noon in Sunne Hanna country not take Long to get the entire club Johnstown. Highway into final design and printed map open for bids. He said that the the theme of the meeting was department will continue with a the map with the on its design program hoping that the printed program was a map the Federal government will of Pennsylvania showing the recognize the importance of absence of North South inter this Highway and nut it one of state highways Between 1-79 the programs and 1-81. The importance of fill sen. Hugh Scott said that he ing that Gap with a four Lane was optimistic that . Route limited Access Highway through 219 would be designated by con route 219 land was stressed gloss As a part of the inter at the meeting attended by rep state system. He gave several resent Tives from new York reasons Why he Felt that such and West Virginia As Well As a plan should be carried out. The Large Pennsylvania Dele a less optimism tl0n< to. A a representatives of both the Vanous stages new York and the West Virginia currently there Are 41 Miles highways offices did not reflect of Highway completed from near the optimism of sen. Scott. They Somerset to route 22 West of said that their states were pro Ebensburg. Over the remainder feeding along lines which would of the route some studies have be practical if the plan for an been made. Part such As the interstate Highway does not two sections of the Somerset materialize. In new York state by pass and Meyersdale by the new Highway is being built pass have been programmed and is scheduled for com pie some is under construction lion in 1976 from the intersect while Large sections of the High tion of 1-90 South of Buffalo to Way Are in preliminary stages. Springville a distance o 22 Miles. It will be continued from there As the need arises. There will remain approximately 50 Miles Between that Point and the Pennsylvania line. In every Case however according to Victor w. Anckaitis Secretary of Pennsylvania a by Frank Cormier associated press writer a ten years later in West Virginia the approach is through the Appalachia program in which the Federal government would provide 70 per cent of the construction costs. Congressman. Irving told the group that the by americans from Jordan. There ginnings of the route 219 Asso arc some 400 americans in Jor citation should have been a a Washington Fapio the Dan including 38 of the airline years earlier. The Best evidence to a vital piece of Laboratory of everything a because there United states disclosed Friday hostages. Of this is the completion of i equipment for Somerset com is so much to know about the that sea and air forces earlier the Chicago Sun 80, for when the Federal inter Mummy Hospital. dose to Stril Tom Jordan Are a quot a a had asserted the United Hys system was be being expanded states might be prepared to ins planned the people along while denying any plans for Joe an Active military role in pm were ready to press for military intervention officials a he Jorda quot la no a l War should a heir Highway. Were keeping All options open. Villa a. A Challenge to work units of the Atlantic Fleet forces a8ains the King Hussein a a were dispatched to the Meriter refile and it appeared the flus Whalley said that tile 90-10 Ranegan to augment toe 6to filet government might fall. Pogrom May disappear follow rain a Slick peril area roads driving use by Thod nto wit05 n Lansberry Points to the historic choir once used by the late William Boer Esquire when he was o Delegate to the from let to r ion time i ask dle pen1,>vk an q Constitution. Looking on a nose a museums much alive local society hears by Dorothy Kantner or ,. I Hytt ria1� and he reminding his audience thai urging our historians to look 5?. ? 10 Farmer Are the wheels for the been Fen this account published a few Corn Pierian of the pres to our own county histories and df8p,Ayed. From there he took Mal will begin turning Iii 1974 st lid Rill flocking eastward to fila already there Pentagon aides. X a Xuc uni Pum sned a Lew w said Andt Kitiona quot a Force hours after Nixon met in Chica Cut program and what we get 5a,u Ana Alai Yonai air were when Young men not As j1 8 a whence by illustrated slides for it was in 1774 when the fir Kuhs Sisa Mem b Mem Mem Sass frequently heavy rain and n.c., at $100. Areas of construction on the Highway contributed to the Acci pour injured of the troubled Middle a quot to for so a a a a a a a a it a a Ritli of a a Shine .w�jlhj2?v furring w Alk h0 a a father of All Delphia the heart Ofil Alland b som a motives rests. A a a so doing will Cross the inter dents police said noting that most were Only one car Type. One of the worst of the Acci were injured in a three car Acci evolvement in the area Dent Friday morning just West at the White House ores see of Friday mornings Sun times. . Accomplished if the people to the 276 members of the retard Ronald l zippier said questioned about the account attending the dinner go Home reset county historical Thorp Are no decisions one Zieffler said Nixon dec id to and do nothing More than genealogical Are no decisions one discuss the accuracy of the re gather at the next annual meet in another crash four persons Way or the other about . In port. However and skipping Over the state or society who Ripton pin pointed the regions crowded the Berlin Community famed for their products and Hall last night at the Organ i. I a 4 a v ii dents occurred Friday morning cum or Quay morning just West a a ,. However he acknowledged a up Mutic speaker ration s annual dinner meeting. A planning to make these in just Weston therome Elm cd a quot by a toat�?~�?�4 would be Remste of go a and Herbert g. Elfin Jug is Sass toes in a it. A to Windber Una Otto a a it it policymakers and their Adad quot to a a a a a Antong pro Aix so a Bill 2=.�?o. So. Biet i a industries and told How the state is planning to make these in coming Celebration of primarily our for study. Eight such museums have a Michigan Man was traits were Harles a Rwan so a a a a a draft Cito Cincy a by quot Telephone Lith slim of con quot 00��? and quot Tyr possible eventual times editors after the initial a a varsity Hospital after he was guarded condition Roi Ertz e a we View it As a serious Situa count was pulled out of toe quot in a Rio Inal enter slate de a a Matve in plans for coming years quot injured in an Accident Friday Johns 42 of rec tor and his tion a said president Nixon a of news Naner Sig nation an additional allot ?,8peaker d native Phil or coming years. Morning on the Turnpike. Wife Bertha 40 both in Satis facial spokesman referring to Zieder while Here Rhine in ment9ual to the mileage was Adele by an and for years a Law Ripton said Lehman Penn. 47. Of Trenton condition. Battling quot Between a the jordanian Sun Imes to of somewhat % with Felt Raif is. M let Mich was injured when the car the Ridenoure a eastbound 1968 a a Lyt hand palestinian guerrillas vague in Natare a said quot he and lha a addition lip "sfrtant1 thre tor of toe quot Ivym he was driving collided with Sedan was hit b hand the continued detention by Klein discussed ground rules for i. Al l on ill a a ,.� w a a Lvi a nil Ilia i re a i quot a a. a truck in a construction zone bound tractor trailer of Richard lit a is Al n Ore tha0 50 Nixon a appearance before he six Miles West of the Somerset n manner 48 of Greensburg Haj a Zatk a a Rene hostages. Editors rather than Verng states and counties to get there. Pennsylvania being Rich As it is in history he said. A it is a vital part of our her tag and we want to share it with pee in coming in from the been completed some Are quot in in "1 Akes expressed great Ole process others Are still quot "".t"�?T. A a a quot s a quot quot of crowd to which they Wen speak ing. Entertained briefly before hand at the Home of presi discussed ground rules for Given to route 219 making by Ania historical commission Buildt living ii incs Ohio Rny of Harrisburg. In ,.k interchange according to to which had just been hit by the e eastbound 1967 Sedan of John Penn was driving East in an n. Mozingo 73, of North ver area where Only the two East sallies according to state police bound lanes were open to traffic police explained that Riden Ziegler said Nixon s main con l nce a quot the sy5tfm a is for Tho can to of a at. In a Cern is for the safety of Ameri Nixon presumably talked off cans Mcl uding those among the record to the Chicago edible hostages who Are held in tors. Jordan at a location which he a sequel to the development a anybody can build a menu ment anywhere. But the com Dent judge Thomas Lansberry Moo wealth is interested in the lion. Joseph Kelley gave museums. Peo a Good indication of what to sex ,. I a a Are interested in hearing pact. Two speeches Dove tailed mon1 about their heritage Chil ii i i a a r l Tranod my a i quot Imus quot a a a id it a ssi office quot to a quot quot a a to Al cd talk on i Pennsylvania $ the past was like soc what our Robert bilks of the route 219 network of museums a spot ancestors did it is our association said that the new lighting what the state hag been to stimulate it possible to put this Highway the to lift Economy interest police explained and when he our was following the3 Mozingo Ameri Eai 1s t0 the in washin8ton and Chicago quot was Economy of air Lora a Tress Reg total mueurns1 Hunt y0ullk pulled out to pass the tractor car on the wet Highway and a a rican government. A Call by the soviet government cd the imn Oharro t m on the i following trailer in front of him he col that Mozingo lost control of his Secretary a d Niv newspaper Izvestia for Jordan tall Highway to serve he tory wins is lived with the westbound truck car crossed into the westbound isy�rvy�?zc0 Ocious of Lihe re and the palestinian guerrillas Rural sections of the state som a Oife i in i a of ural c. Hogans 28, of mount Lane of the Road and collided to w4hlch be eyes he a to put a rapid halt to the Frati of these will be on the let a is snit i m ,larc0ur own has or a were primarily Vernon . On the wet Road the tractor trailer jr�?~i18e to protect amen tidal fight lest the United state system others Wil it icum Joi r a Sfa no reset by Young men William Way. Which in turn collided with a to tots Man intervene by Lnu Wistor Al Center situated in who he said the Penn car hit the left Side the Ridenour car. Jerry w Fred Hetyei to of the hogans truck and Glanc police estimated damage to Thal a a certain announced said desire in i following up this rotary Kelley pointed out that All the achievements in past made de off the tractor trailer it was the Ridenour Sedan at $2,000, Steps it. Involving in the process of passing and to the manner truck at $1,500, Pink Etc of he nth a win a. And embankment on toe South and damage to the Maingo fleets should to like toil a mrs a a int in Pittsburgh and precautionary Tain in the process of passing and to the manner quot truck at $1,500,�?T elements and embankment on the South and damage to the Moziner i the and Atlantic berm. The Penn car then Sedan at $700. Caught fire. Somerset Volunteer firemen were called to the crash scene with two trucks and while they extinguished the fire Penn was rushed to the Hospital. Police estimated damage to Pennis car at $3,000 the hogans Des intervene. in Contero who he mid we ii Way. Piehe Izvestia commentary Gram while still others will be nioneer1 Hist rvs Revlon a curly a Are As the Squal figure on lilt d a it is no secret that Cor built entirely by by the a a in we to to the,.West a a a a kit to it it a s Box was thirty n circles in the .a. Are what Ever toe ohm to a so a a a a i a l lse pm nellom1 who lie Wen to fila aircraft and armed with Piant quot for varies sry use a Zzz it decision be made to evacuate quot toe e eur a la a quot be a 11"" we farm actions. By ready to Pul out pr0jct.t into Dis Valley where too c Pupil subsidy out of Kilter once Auto Accident hospitalized area Man Gerald Hostetler 24, of som a a this Burg map a 1970 Sedan was destroyed deh0frid�r toe or comm by in Friday Aftaw a a a of it quot Sedan destroyed by pole fire Harrisburg in which he says the original document of the Constitution of 1879 is framed and the original Constitution Flag hangs. The latter Lead. Sec is made of silk lie said and has never been cleaned and he quot wont risk doing anything to he is the 60th person to Penn occupy the office. Or. Kelley was for seventeen years a lawyer in Philadelphia Ile is a graduate of Lasalle Law school and was adm ii led to the Pennsylvania bar in 1942. He is a member of the Benn Sylvania bar association and i in us naval Institute and of the Board of directors of Hie ii crashed into a Utility pole on the East Side of route 219, South of Somerset. According to stale police Carrie. Vought 21, of Meyersdale re i lost control of her car on the wet Road As she attempted to pass another car while driving South. The car spun around police wealth s per Pupil Basic Educa tion subsidy must be increased to reach the desired 50-50 ratio of state and local funding. The comment came from Albert f. Unger assistant executive director of the Pennsylvania school boards association reset re 6, was listed in a just Psia. He testified before the fair condition Friday by a House education committee added went off the East Side Somerset Community Hospital which is studying possible of the Road and the rear of a the spokesman after Hostetler was changes in Tho formula car struck toe Utility pole. Tup injured Friday morning in an the subsidy is distributed to Turing the Gas tank the car Accident North of Boswell each Pennsylvania school Dis immediately burst into flame. Jennet township police Chiel Uriel was established to give miss Vought was Able to gel Henry Johns said Hostel children All Over the state an out of her burning ear and t Ray Eduria quot a a a a. Whether their escaped injury in the a Eidell. Skidding 1966 Sedan of Thomas dispels Rich or poor. Somerset Volunteer fireman d a a. Winthor a in unlit. Cnl/.6 a y s 80a was the brought two trucks trucks to in ton Avenue Windber on route 50 50 financing ratio. Unger the Accident scene and sex 601. One and one half Miles North noted however that toe current Tate wished the fire of Boswell at 6 35 a m. Friday Basic subsidy payment of $550 police estimated damage to chief Johns explained that per Pupil was giving local Dis the Vought car at $2 400 Rollo southbound on the High tries More than 50 per cent of Way apparently lost control of tile Burden his car on the wet pavement a so Long As the subsidy base sideswiped the northbound hos continues to be pegged at any Teller car and collided with the value lower than the statewide northbound car of Paul c. Bam average Cost per Pupil which in Blo. 27. Of Jenners who was Fol school year 1969-70 was Cost mat lowing Hostetler. Cd at something slightly in sex chief Johns estimated dam Cess of $600, then equal Cost age to the Rollo car at $1,000, sharing Between the state and the Hostetler car at $.900. And local school districts will not be the Bamble car at $800. Realized a he said. Weather Western Pennsylvania a partly Cloudy and mild saturday. Highs in the upper 70s to Middle 80s. Winds Light and variable saturday and saturday night. Probability of precipitation to per cent saturday and saturday night. Delphia George Washington when towns first inspired to go out and do things was Only fifteen years old when he visited his brother at it. Vernon and resolved to historical foundation of Benn come out of the country and Sylvania get Goin. In judge Lansberry s Home the same restlessness stirred Library Kelley expressed Intel those Young men Kelley said Cost Over the caned Walnut chair As st irs the Young people of to which has some history of its Day. Own it was the chair used by la s,.j i William Baer our Delegate to the convention in Whiladel of is a fact of history that phia in 1873 when the where even a nation is very a gales left they each Loo their tel Iii list or ally Strong the Young own Chan Home with them and people have a tendency to turn later in 1882, when Baer be this charred Shell is Oil that remained of the 1970 Sedan of Carrie. Vought of Meyersdale re i after it crashed into a Utility pole on the East Side of route 219 South of Somerset Friday afternoon the cars Gas tank ruptured on Impact and burst into flames. Miss Vought was Able to get out of the burning Cor and escaped serious injury in the Accident american staff photo away. But the difference Between the turning of those Days and the turning of today he added is that each of those previous movements had god in the fore ground. Today he said Loo Many turn to drugs for escape. The Secretary continued a tile difficulty in handling dined or history heretofore has been put Ting our heroes out of reach. We picture them on Dollar Hills with grim chins hut not As the vibrant Young men they it is toward this end he suggested that we make a your past come alive in our coming Cele brat ion that we a look to our county histories look to our news Media and update our his tory quot lie urged that we a take old buildings and refurbish them a adding that Here in Pennsylvania we still have historic old buildings that mean something and that a we can still reach out and touch the actual came judge he used the Elm r for ion years. His daughter Edna Baer burst gave it i judge lain Sherry. Judge la n Sheen ii it Indue Thellon. Or. Hello a to Hie a ii once and Robert in in. Com atry of the Somerset historical and Gene Ologie ii soviet a Intro Ripton Llomar Dofis it i anti i to mrs ii Wilim Pittsburgh a a Cen fro county widow who died re coolly has left the Home for crippled children Here Richer by 12,280 dimes and two porn Era .i n dogs a spokesman for the bom said the woman who requested anonymity accumulated the coins in a lard can in her Kitchen. Arrangements were being made to provide a Home for the dogs

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