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   Tyrone Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 13, 1981, Tyrone, Pennsylvania                                Tyrone Daily Herald Tuesday January 131981 Page three by Peg Hurd Feature Writer Everybodys allergic to something and until last week I thought nothing made me itch except penicillin Not so After a month of scratching a pair of itchy arms finally sent me to the dermatologist My goodness you DO have a rash he said I already knew thatsoI waited You have an irritation he said I waited some more That he said that its caused by something external not anything youre eating or drinking That was a relief All the way to keep the appointment I had had visions of a life without orange juice chocolate seafood or Bloody Marys Its caused by something that comes in contact with your he said Then he tooka dull needle and gave me a shot in my vulnerable left hip Now my task is clearan unremitting search for the source of the itch Detergent Ive been usine the some kind for 30 years Soap Same kind since I had a rubber ducky Spouse Same one for 34 years and six months Yesterday as I considered the possibilities my eyes turned to the cat cuddled beside me He looked guilty Wouldnt it be I said to the aforementioned long time spouse if I couldnt live in the same house with this cat Sure would he agreed Wed really miss you honey Theres one other possibility that scares me Lots of people are allergic to household dustand if thats my problem my case is terminal Most of us on occasion mangle the English languageand sometimes it comes out funny William Safire who writes a wordwatching column for the New York Times has written an interesting book On Language that reassures us about some of our mistakes It seems that the Great Permitters language liber tarians now say that its not necessary for a verb to agree with its subject I for one will never go along with that Its the English teacher in mesomethimes I find it difficult to read anything without using a mental red pencil to repair grammatical errors Now Safire reports that nobody needs to use singular pronouns with singular nouns in their writing In other words write like everybody Most of us look to TVs news Commentators for the ultimate in correct grammar but they are far from infallible How many times have you heard one of those oracles describe something as being very A chorus of the nations English teachers must be shouting at their television sets Dont you remember what we taught you Unique means the ONLY one of its kind There aint no such thing asvery unique ENGAGEDMr and Mrs Ben Woodring ST 813 W 15th Street Tyrone have an nounced the engagement of Cynthia Sue Grazier daughter of Mary Ellen Woodring and the late George C Grazier to Carl Benner son of Mr and Mrs Arthur Benner Milllerstown Pa Miss Grazier is a 1976 graduate of Tyrone Area High School and graduated from Lock Haven State College in 1980 with a BS Degree in Elementary and Special Education She is presently employed by the Greenwood School District in Millerstown Pa as a teacher in the Elementary Special Education Department Mr Benner is a 1977 graduate of Greenwood High School and is presently employed by TRW lncHarrisburg Pa A March 21 wedding is being planned And that reminds me of a joke one of the two I can A good woman died and advanced to the pearly gates where she knocked respectfully on the golden door Whos there thundered a voice fromiriside You can t come in here answered the voice Weve got enough crazyEnglish teachers here already Tyrone Hospital ADMISSIONS Shirley Clark Osceola Mills RD1 Blanche Freeman Madison ave Harry Leidy Jr RD 1 GerryErhard Clearfield Mary Kitko Houtzdale RD 1 Cindy McGarvey Houtzdale RDl Jean Montz Huntingdon RD 3 BIRTH Boy to Mr and Mrs Roy McGarvey Houtzdale RD 1 DISCHARGES Judy Gummo RD 5 Tina Sovereign Osceola Mills Pam Crofcheck and baby girl RD 4 Christine Woomer RD 3 Alvin Patton RD 5 Raymond ShultzRD 4 DISPENSARY Jeff Miller RD 2 Tammy Updike Osceola MillS Michael Updike Osceola Daily Herald Story Corrected The fact that Fannie Howard who recently celebrated her 90th birthday lives with her son Robert Howard in Tyrone was omitted from the Daily Herald story that appeared on page 10 on Jan 7 Mills Genevieve Hynd Osceola Mills Donald Hynd Osceola Mills Stacey Emery Cameron ave Dwayne Edmiston Tipton Richard Iddings Spruce Creek Dennis Kobak Logan Ridge Village Tipton Fire Women Meet The Tipton Fire Company Womens Auxiliary held their first meeting of the new year on Jan 6 the election of officers was announced Officers for 1981 will be Sandy Potts president Ruth Haynes vice president Betty Coady treasurer Betty Narehood secretary Sue Mossman acting secretary treasurer Barb Dry publicity officer New trustees will be Thelma Colyer Loretta Clapper Helen Gorgano Thankyous WITIextended to those membiT who helped make the Christmas Bazaar and Family Christmas Party a great success Thanks were alspextended lo the Tiptorrf 6pfrats Twirling TeamJoftheifeKristrnasgfft The 1982 memDership will be underway soon with Marian Boggs as chairman All present members will be contacted to renew their membership and all new members will be welcomed A cleaning party will be held to take inventory of the auxiliarys kitchen Members should bring their mops Refreshments were served by Sandy Potts The next meeting will be held at 7 pm Feb 3at the fireball Two Tyroners Violate Liquor Law On Weekend Donald L Shawley 18 Tyrone RD 4 was charged with a liquor law violation after he was observed staggering by a patrolman at pm Sunday Police said Shawley was unsteady on his feet on Washington ave at 3rd si was found to have been drinking and was so charged A white 15yearold was charged with a liquor law violation at pm Satur day after he was observed drinking a bottle of beer at Alley F and Herald St police said THEFT Three lockers at the Tyrone YMCA were gone through Monday evening and a total of was taken police reported The thefts were reported at pmpolice said CRIMINAL MISCHIEF The Jean Fogle Beauty Shop was the scene of an attempted break in Monday morning according to police police said someone tried to enter through a window that was already broken and taped up but was unsuccessful That occurred at am Monday police said Income Tax Information Taxpayers must pay by Jan 16 1981 the final installment of estimated income tax if they did not have enough 1980 Federal tax withheld or if their amended income estimates for 1980 changed substantially during the last quarter Thomas L Davis District Director of Internal Revenue Service for Western Pennsylvania said Because Martin Luther Kings birthday on Jan 15 is a Federal holiday for tax pur poses the payment due date has been changed to Jan 16 The Pittsburgh District however will be open for business on Jan 15 According to Davis the one exception to this rule is taxpayers who file their returns to pay all taxes due by Feb 2 1981 Generally taxpayers must file estimated tax if their tax is expected to be or more and if they have more than in income not covered by withholding Rita Jenrette Says Shoe Money Is Husbands Abscam Take taxpayers may order thefree Publication 505 Tax Withholding and Estimated Tax using the order form in the tax package If more convenient call IRS tollfree at 2810112 in the metropolitan Pittsburgh area or at 800242 0250 in all other areas Farmers And Fishermen Tax Information Walker Makes It Riggleman Begins Through Basic Basic Training Army Reserve Private Randall S Riggleman son of Sally A Riggleman of 1300 Lincoln Ave Tyrone is at tending basic training at Fort Knox Ky the Army an nounced During the training students receive instruction in drill and ceremonies weapons map reading tac tics military courtesy military justice first aid and Army history and traditions Job Service Closed Thursday The Altoona Office of Employment Security 1101 Green Avenue will be closed Grant resigned Thursday Jan 15 1981 for In 1972 New Martin Luther King Day All Thursday claimants who were not told otherwise will report on Wednesday January 141981 Individuals engaged in the farming or fishing industries who earned at least twothirds of their 1979 or 1980 gross income from farming or Army Reserve Private fishinS must make a Mark A Walker son of Betty declaration of estimated tax L Walker 612 Washington for and Pav a11 taxes due Ave Tyrone Pa has comby Jan16 1981 says Thomas pleted basic training at FortLDavls District Director of Knox Ky the Army anInternal Revenue for Western nouneed Pennsylvania During the training However farmers or students receive instruction wno Plan to file drill and ceremonies their mcorne tax returns for weapons map reading tacJ980 nd P3 the total tax by tics military courtesyMarcn 2 1981are not military justice first aid and reuired to make an Army history and traditions estimated tax declaration The IRS has three free publications which explain in in iflKo VhQ IT detail fiIinS requirements In 1868 the US Senatepublication 225 Farmers Johnsons ouster of fax Guidt War Secretary Edwin Stanton Fishermen 505 Tax Withholding Estimated Tax and York state ap Hawaiian Holiday Three Island Waikiki Kauai and Maui May 10th to 20th 1981 Sunday Departure per person double occupancy Subject to air increase Come along with me ruled a woman may become a ob professional baseball umpire tainedbymail using the order In 1978 Sen Huber form in the tax package or by 0 calling the IRS tollfree Jn metropolitan Pittsburgh the number is 2810112 In other parts of area code 3412 and m area code 814 the number is 8002420250 Join the Biair County Motor Club on a Deluxe Three Island Tour to Hawaii TOUR HIGHLIGHTS Round trip bus transportation to Pittsburgh Airport Round trip air transportation via United Airlines Transfers between all hotels and airport Lei greeting upon arrival Tihatis South Seas Spectacular Half day Honolulu City Tour Lunclj at Fishermans Wharf Pearl Harbor Cruise Hanalei Valley Tour Kauai Wailua River Cruise Kauai lae Valley Lahaina Tour Maui Whaling Spree dinner and show at Royal Lahaina AM flight bag All taxes and tips tor above services Hotel accommodations are as follows 4 nights Waikihi Walkik Beachcomber 3 nights Kauai Coco Palms r 3 nights Maul Royal Lahaina Compare the price of our all inclusive tour with a one island tour See the true value and mostly the savings when you travel with AAA The Three island tour has been especially arranged for you Youll See This Is A Bargain Book Early for Guaranteed Air Rates Available to The General Public Space is Limited Crier Personally escorted by PATTY AUERBECK AAA World Wide Travel Agency 1101 13th Avenue Altoona Penna 16601 9461277 Discharged from Altoona Hospital were Charles Fi Blankenship 514 Fifth st DifStin S Briggs 619 N Tenth st Bellwood and Kathleen A Rogers 913 N Ninth St Bellwood Dawn Roller Box 42 Tyrone RD was admitted Sunday to Altoona Hospital A thought for the day American writer Washington Irving said A sharp tongue is the only edged tool that grows keener with constant use The evening star are Mars and Mercury Those born on this date are under the sign of Capricorn WASHINGTON DPI Former Rep John Jenrette and his attorney insist in cash found stuffed into a brown suede shoe in Jenrettes closet is not part of the Ab seam payoff money that ended his political career Its not Abscam money Kenneth Robinson Jenrettes attorney told United Press International late Monday The money mystery sur faced Monday when it was disclosed the cash most of it in bills had been found in Jenrettes closet last Friday by his wife Rita Jenrette 44 a South Carolina Democrat was convicted Oct 7 of accepting a bribe from FBI un dercover agents posing as representatives of a wealthy Arab sheik FBI officials said of the sum is unaccounted for Jenrette who insisted he actually pocketed only of the money in the form of a loan from codefendant John Stowe denied the cash found in the shoe had any connection to the governments Abscam operation Its not the FBIs money he told The Washington Post Its money I had for years 1 just brought it from the safe in my South Carolina law office I can assure you that if the money came from Abscam Id walk into jail right now Mrs Jenrette turned over the money to her attorney TyroneSnyder Public Library Needs Helpers opportunity currently exists for community spirited persons to help at the Tyrone Snyder Public Library 1019 Logan ave Volunteers are urgently needed to assist the library staff check books in or out for patrons match cards with books return books to correct shelves and other general library duties Volunteers are needed for all days except Tuesday and at all times the library is open During the winter weather reading is a favorite pasttime and more patrons use the library Through their work the volunteers help the staff maintain efficient operation of theljbrary ATthough personsi of alleges are urged to participate this work presents an especially good opportunity for those 60 years of age or older to help through the Retired Senior Volunteer Program whicharranges for tran sportation when needed and mileage reimbursement when volunteers use their own automobiles Anyone wanting to help should contact the RSVP volunteer office of the Home Nursing Agency telephone 9465411 extension 28 former South Dakota Sen James Abourezk for safe keeping Robinson said a preliminary examination of serial num bers on the bills by the FBI indicated they were not part of the Abscam cash Jenrette received He said additional comparisons needed to make a conclusive judgment are to be made today The cash disclosure added a new twist to the Jenrette story coming one day after Mrs Jenrette who had stood by her husbands side during his trial and unsuccessful bid for fourth term announced she was divorcing him The Post said Jenrette did not learn of his wifes decision to seek a divorce or of the finding of the until a telephone call home Sunday night Jenrette his attorney said was hurt disappointed and angry by the fact that his wife is making such a cheap play for publicity by making the backtoback disclosures of the divorce and the discovery of the cash Robinson said Mrs Jenrette is trying to generate publicity for a movie or something He said the cash once ruled out as Abscam money probably will be used as part of the Jenrettes divorce settlement Thats par for the course he said But he said a substantial amount of the money is owed to him A substantial amount of that money was to go to me for legal fees he said That was my understanding Crazy Sax Player Haunts Big Apple NEW YORK UPI You meet some inventive beggars on the streets and subways of New York City One panhandler with an antenna poking from his white stocking cap boarded the shuttle train between Grand Central and Times Square Monday and began shouting when the doors slammed shut Attention earthlings said the man carrying a saxophone Wary commuters burrowed deeper into their newspapers A woman swept her son into her arms and edged away slowly Escape while you can Take the children Leave the women We have a message for you earthlings This is the message we speak said the man who wore beads in his hair like Bo Derek He had on iridescent purple sunglasses There was a rubber alligator pinned to the right shoulder of his yellow and green vinyl jacket He began playing the saxophone and the stonyfaced com muters started to smile a little Attention again ear thlings he said when the tune was over I am from G7 Un fortunately my spaceship has crashed on your planet I am in desperate need of earthiirig currency to buy parts for my ship Please be kind he said passing through the crowd with a paper cup that filled quickly with quarters Next stop the Twilight Zone the stranger said playing the theme from Rod Serlings television series as the subway pulled into Times Square and the com muters rushed off Asked his name the panhandler said he was known as Quadir since his real name was too difficult to pronounce He lives in the Bronx because I cant afford Manhattan yet He is a struggling musician who earns an hour with his panhandling Iused to do this in normal clothes Quadir said But the subway cops fined me Now they just think Im crazy and they leave me alone Radioactivity Release Minor At Shippingport SH1PP1NGPORT Pa UPI The Duquesne Light Co Monday reported an unplanned minor release of radioactivity from its Beaver Valley nuclear power station in Shippingport Beaver County 25 miles from Pitt sburgh The company said the radioactivity released from the Unit No 1 reactor was well within limits established by the federal government and posed no danger to the public or employees It said the release was less than 10 percent of discharge levels permissible under normal plant operations The release took place through the ventilation system of an auxiliary building when the normal gaseous waste dischargepath became blocked Duquesne Light said The company said the in cident was brought to the attention of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission and state arid local agencies The Beaver Valley plant is operating at about 40 percent of its 810000 kilowatt capacity Unit No 1 had been returned to service earlier Monday following a three week outage for maintenance work Cianciulli Loses Final Fraud Appeal WASHINGTON iVJPI Former Pennsylvania state Kep Matthew Cianciulli has lost his final appeal ol a 1979 voter fraud conviction which cost him his legislative seat The US Supreme Court Monday let stand the con victions of Cianciulli 37 who for three years represented South Philadelphia in the state House of Representatives and Joseph Ricca 38 who operated Broadway Catering Services in South Philadelphia The justices refused to hear an appeal by Cianciulli and Ricca that the trial judge did not allow their witnesses to testify about the meaning of residency governing voter registration Cjanciulli a Democrat declined comment on the high court ruling unlil he talked with his lawyer US District Judge Louis Bechtle on Oct 25 1979 sentenced Cianciulli to three years in jail for his ninecount conviction Ricca was sen tenced to a year and a day in prison Beginning in 1974 the men allegedly encouraged 55 persons to register falsely by giving one of nine addresses among them Cianciullis home and his mothers house An FBI inveslgalion revealed many of the registrants did not live at those addresses and some lived in New Jersey A Democratic com mitteeman for Philadelphias first ward in 1974 Cianciulli was elected to the state legislature in 197G He resigned under protest after his sentencing in October 1979 A total of 25 persons were indicted June 29 1979 in the voter fraud scheme One person grocer Ramon Meirino acquitted charges against seven people were dismissed through plea bargaining 12 entered guilty pleas and five including Cianciulli and Ricca were convicted Except for Ricca and Cianciulli all those convicted or entering pleas were given probation Cianciulli and Rica also accompanied several registrants to registration sites and coached them Cianciulli also partially prepared voter registration forms Migatz ad of the Voter Registration Division in Philadelphia testified at Cianeiullis trial that a residence is where a person lives where he physically lives Cianciulli argued after his sentencing This jury was told that the only place you were allowed to vote in Philadelphia is where you sleep every night This is not true and never has been true i Hows that for sweet revenge A fourfigure tax deduction right off the too every year until you retire or are years of age And thats not the half of it An Individual Retirement Account at Central Counties Bank earns a big 8 interest compounded and paid quarterly The kind of re turn that can easily help set you up for life Open an IRA novy at CCB and get a break on your income taxes for 1980 riqht up to the day you file your income tax Theres no minimum You can put in as much as a year or 15 of your earned income whichever is less Or you and your nonemployed spouse can deposit up to a year In fact if you deposit a year for 30 years at the current rate of interest youd have over to help you face retire ment Thats hefty help indeed Federal regulations require a substantial interest penalty on earlywithdrawal of a time deposit central counties bank deposits insured to by tne FDIC   

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