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Dover Times Reporter (Newspaper) - March 8, 1980, Dover, Ohio New Shorter treatment urged for to patients people the times re Porter a r sat., Marchi in a Quot a Dover new Philadelphia Ohio Atlanta apr the National Center for disease control has recommended immediate implementation of a treatment that cuts in half the time needed to cure tuberculosis. I j Short course chemotherapy for tuberculosis is As effective As the traditional longer treatment and will a reduce the number of patients who a done to Complete prescribed , a cd researcher said Friday. I the treatment uses two or More potent anti tuberculosis drugs. It has been recommended by the american thoracic society As Well As the cd. According to the centers morbidity and mortality weekly report. A a basically the new guidelines recommend that the treatment for tuberculosis be shortened to about half of the duration which we currently use a said or. Dixie Snider chief of research for tuberculosis development at the cd. Snider said the major problem in combating the disease has been with patients failing to Complete the prescribed treatment which traditionally takes 18 to 24 months. The new Short course has a treatment Span of nine to 12 months. A a by shortening the treatment we expect a higher proportion of our patients will be Able to Complete an adequate treatment program a he said. A the new recommendations state that two very potent anti tuberculosis drugs if Amin and isoniazid must be used in this Short course chemotherapy treatment a he said. Snider said studies have been conducted for a decade in the United states and other parts of the world especially Africa and Asia. A we feel we have enough information to make these he said1/ the studies showed no relapses or treatment failures among those who took the drugs regularly for nine months Snider said. Quot thus far we have been too percent Snider said Many treatments offer a certain cure for tuberculosis and less than 5 percent of those who contract tuberculosis die from the disease. Obituaries in transmission Case Hazel l. Wolf Hazel l. Wolf 89, a new Philadelphia resident most of her life died Friday morning in Valley Manor nursing Home following a Long illness. A daughter of the late Robert and Minnie poor she was a member of the first United methodist Church in new Philadelphia. Her husband. John Wolf died in 1951. I i services will be held monday at la in Linn Hert Geib funeral Home at new Philadelphia with Rev. Gerald Bell officiating. Burial will be in East Avenue cemetery. Friends May Cal sunday from 7 to 9 at the funeral i Home. Herbert m. Lusk Sherrodsville Herbert m. Lusk 75. Of Sandusky a former local i resident died Friday in Providence Hospital at Sandusky following a Long illness. He was a retired employee of Sandusky Marina and had been employed by Republic steel co. At Canton during world War ii. Born at Uhrichsville he was a son of the late Orson and Mildred Moore Lusk. His wife the former Alma bought died in june 1940. He was a member of various sportsmen s organizations. Surviving Are four sons and five daughters Thomas Richard and mrs. Lester Shirley Tinlin of Carrollton William of Malvern John of Alabama mrs. Paul Mary Beadle and mrs. Norma j. Conrad of Louisville mrs. Agnes Lynch of Sandusky and mrs. Harry Alma Horshok of Jewett a brother Ruel of Wooster 25 grandchildren and five great grandchildren. Four Brothers and a sister Are deceased. Rev. Ralph Chambers will officiate at services monday at i . In Baxter funeral Home Here. Burial will be in fair Avenue cemetery at new Philadelphia. Friends May Call sunday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 at the funeral Home. W. Lawrence Wright Uhrichsville w. Lawrence a a Hap Wright 72, of Jaycee Village died Friday in twin City Hospital after a Long illness. He was a retired Baker and Cla worker and also had been employed As custodian at Claymont stadium. Bom in Monroe township in Harrison county he was a son of the late Leonard and Ada Hattie Brown. Wright and was a life resident of this area. His wife the former Mary Lucille Mcland Borough whom he married sept. 4,1929, died in 1968. Surviving Are three sons and two daughters Donald e. Of Dennison qary l. And mrs. Frank Mary Ann Hicks of Here Robert l. Of West Lafayette and mrs. Ronald Ruth Mcpeak of Tuscarawas a brother and four Sisters Howard of Washington court House mrs. A Gilbert truth Heavilin of re i and a mrs. Ella m. Vanfossen both of Dennison mrs. Florence Wilson of Jere and mrs. Harold Ruth Huff of new Philadelphia 18 grandchildren. And three great grandchildren. Two. Brothers Are deceased. Services will be held tuesday at i . In . Lindsey funeral Home at Dennison where friends May Call monday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9. Rev. A a . Johnson will officiate and burial will be in Union cemetery Here. Mrs. Bernice Grace 9j> a Coshocton a mrs Bernice m. Grace 70, of 707 Grace a. Was died Friday in her Home after suffering an apparent heart attack. Born at Roscoe she was a daughter of the late Fred and Marcella Fortune Bonham and was a member of the Wesleyan Church there. On sept. 8, 1928, she married Thomas Grace who died june i .1973. She is survived by a son James of Quot Columbus and two grandchildren. Three Brothers Are deceased. Services will be held monday at i . In Dawson funeral Home where friends May Call sunday from 2 to 4 a and 7 to 9 and monday until i . Rev. Denver Dodrill will officiate and burial will be in Coshocton county memory gardens. Mrs. Wilford Burkhart Bolivar a mrs. Wilford Eva a Burkhart 72, died thursday in a Phoenix ariz., where she resided the Hast 14 years. She is survived by her husband Wilford of the Home two sons a Richard of Kentucky and Robert of Arizona three Brothers and a sister Russell Steenrod of Largo fla., Eugene Steenrod of Canton and. Walton Steenrod and mrs. Lester Clara Shulty of Navarre and five grandchildren. Services will be held monday at 2 in Lebold funeral Home Here with Rev. Robert Baker officiating and burial will be in Zoar cemetery. There will be no calling hours. Gail Foster Hiller Uhrichsville Gail Foster Hiller 87, of Jaycee Village died Friday in twin City Hospital following a Long illness. He was a retired Cla worker for the former Stillwater Clay co. Born in Tuscarawas county he was a son of the late Lewis c. And Revelon c. Parker Hiller and was a life resident of this area. He was a member of immaculate Conception Catholic Church at Dennison. Surviving Are his wife the former Angela r. Downey whom he married sept. 4, 1922 a daughter mrs. William c. Cloma a mull of Pittsburgh three grandchildren and three great grandchildren. Three Brothers three Sisters and two half Brothers Are deceased. Services will be held tuesday at 10 30 . In immaculate Conception Church with for. Barry Bentz officiating. Friends May Call monday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 in . Lindsey funeral Home at Dennison where Rosary will be prayed monday at 7. Burial will be in St. Mary a cemetery at Dennison. Ford wins one Neldon services Coshocton a services will be held sunday at 2 in Coshocton Given funeral Home for mrs. Zelma a. Neldon 82, of 128 n. 7th St., who died Friday in memorial Hospital following a Brief illness. Rev. Don Sprague will officiate and burial will be in Prairie Chapel cemetery near Here. Friends May Call tonight from 6 to 9 and sunday until 2 at the funeral Home. Born Here she was a daughter of the late James and Clemma Lowery Robinson. She was a member of Prairie Chapel Church and its ladies Aid society. Her husband Raymond whom she married june 12,1918, died dec. 7,1970. She is survived by a daughter and a son. Mrs. Charles Hazel Thomas of Here and Fremont of Morgantown w. A. A sister and a brother mrs. Hazel Ruby of Morgantown and Harry f. Robinson of Here four grandchildren and four great grandchildren. A sister and three Brothers Are deceased. Mrs. Alexander Fulton Cadiz a mrs. Alexander p. Edith Fulton 76, of re 4 died Friday in Harrison Community Hospital following a Long illness. Born in Harrison county w. Va., she was a daughter of the late or. And mrs. Luther Martin and a member of Asbury Chapel United methodist Church near Here. In addition to her husband she is survived by a son Keith of Here and a sister and two Brothers mrs. Paul Magollon of Jewett Charles Martin of Carrollton and Luther Martin of new York state. Friends May Call sunday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 at Clark Kirkland funeral Home where services will be held monday at 2. Burial will be in Cassville cemetery near Here. Rosenbalm services Gnadenhutten services will be held monday at 3 in the moravian Church Here for mrs. Mary e. Rosenbalm 73, of 4517 Fulton rd., Cleveland who died Friday in Union Hospital at Dover. She had been a resident of new Dawn health care Center in Dover. Rev. James o. Bruckhart will officiate and burial will be in Gnadenhutten cemetery. Friends May Call sunday from 2 30 to 4 30 and 7 to 9 at . Lindsey funeral Home in Dennison and monday from 2 until 3 at the Church. Kalamazoo Mich. A a Kalamazoo circuit court jury found innocent Ford motor co. In a liability suit brought by a woman who contended she was dragged by her car after its transmission slipped into gear. The jury deliberated for 90 minutes before returning the verdict Friday. The suit alleged that Kathleen. Armstrong 56, suffered spinal injuries in 1976 when her 1971 Mercury a automatic transmission slipped from Park to reverse and she was dragged across a parking lot. Quot this Case will be appealed a said mrs. Armstrong a attorney Mark Zarbock. Ford attorney Donald Souter who had argued during the 10-Day trial that the woman did not properly place the gear selector in Park said the verdict Quot substantiates Fords opinion that there is nothing wrong with their jury Foreman Fred Beles said the verdict was unanimous. Quot in my personal opinion we re talking about product viability versus consumer responsibility a Beles said. Quot mrs. Armstrong knew where Park was she knew where the indicator was. She had driven the car a number of sixty deaths and More than 1000 injuries have been tied to the transmission problems in Ford and Mercury cars by researchers at the National Highway traffic safety administration officials say. The Agency is studying More than 12 million Ford and Mercury trucks built Between 1970 and the end of 1979. Zarbock based much of his argument on memos and letters from Ford engineers indicating that the company was aware of the problem. Souter said that the company did not deny recognizing the complaints about the c-6 Model automatic transmission and that the letters showed a concern by Ford about the problem. A we Are pleased at the unanimous verdict in our favor a said h r. Nolte Fords vice president and general counsel. Quot this verdict shows that the jury understood there was no defect in the automatic in november 1979, a jury awarded a Falls Church va., woman $50,000 in the first finding against Ford in a Park to reverse Case. In february 1979, Ford reportedly paid a $100,000 settlement to the widow of a Montan an who was killed when his Ford pickup truck allegedly slipped out of gear. Ford currently is on trial in Indiana on charges of reckless homicide in the deaths of three Young women whose Pinto exploded when struck from behind. Broker says he wrote checks from account of lancers wife Atlanta apr a stockbroker has testified he routinely wrote checks on the overdrawn account of Bert lancers wife to pay for investments ordered by Lance. David Winkler a broker in the Dalton. Ga., office of . Bradford witness Friday at the budget directors Bank co., was a former . Fraud trial. Winkler said he handled investments for lancers wife Labelle their son. David and for lamp mrs co., a partnership of Lance and two of his thre co defendants Jack Mullins and Thomas Mitchell. Lance Mullins. Mitchell and Richard Carr Are charged with conspiring to manipulate the financial system for the Benefit of themselves their friends and families. The 33-count indictment also includes charges of misuse of Bank funds false statements to Banks an false entries in Bank books. Lance was president Carters first budget director. He resigned in september 1977 amid controversy Over his banking activities. Winkler testified he wrote checks often on the accounts of David Lance Labelle Lance and lamp mrs co. From 1972 until 1975. Previous testimony has shown those accounts were often overdrawn during that period. A were you Ever told not to write a Check because there were no funds or insufficient funds in the account a a prosecutor William Gaffney asked. A no a said Winkler. A was a Check Ever returned to you for insufficient funds a Gaffney asked. Winkler said none Ever was. Winkler said he always checked with Lance before writing a Check on the accounts of lancers wife or son and got authorization for Mullins for any Check on the lamp mrs account. 8 children die in trailer fire Opelika Ala. A a fire swept through a Mobile Home killing eight children who ranged in age from i to 13. Authorities said today. Opelika police department spokesman Steve Meadows confirmed that the bodies of eight children were found in the Blaze at the Pine acres trailer Park inside the City limits of Opelika. A we received a Call at 11 53 . Of a fire at a Mobile Home a Meadows said. A the Mobile Home was totally engulfed in flames and the bodies of eight children ranging in age from i to 13 years old were were found in the two police said it was not immediately determined where the children a parents were. Meadows said the cause of the fire was under investigation. Program planned on hearing impaired Martha and Lawson pair who Are completing work for their masters degrees in deaf education at Kent state University will be guest speakers when the Tuscarawas parents of the hearing impaired meet wednesday at 7 in Buckeye joint vocational school. The couple will discuss education of the deaf and the problems which deaf persons encounter sharing some personal experiences. The meeting is open to anyone with an interest in the hearing impaired. Jehovah gathering More than 200 delegates from the Dover and new Philadelphia congregations of Jehovah a witnesses Are attending a convention this weekend in the denominations Pittsburgh Assembly Hall. Speakers from around the world Are scheduled to speak to the gathering. Jother gets life Lottie Mae Gallucci r and her go go dancer daughter Laura 21, leave the mount Holly n.j., courthouse Friday after Lottie was convicted of hiring a hit Man Friend of Laura to murder her husband so they could collect his insurance policy. The Mother was sentenced to life in prison. The daughter faces up to life in prison when she is sentenced later. A laser photo Eli honoured Singer Ella Fitzgerald was presented the will Rogers memorial award by talk show Host Mike Douglas in los Angeles Friday. Fitzgerald received her award for her contribution to the world of entertainment. Also on hand was James Rogers son of will Rogers. A laser photo Toledo Man completes 62-Day, 6000-mile trip a on a snowmobile Tony Lenzini says hell never do it again. The 40-year-old Toledo. Ohio camera repairman has completed a 6000 mile journey by snowmobile to Alaska. A i enjoyed every minute of it a Lenzini said of the 62-Day trip from Houghton Mich to Anchorage. And the deed May be considered somewhat unusual since he had never had prior experience with a snowmobile. Quot the first time i sat on it i fell off Quot he said. Quot the machine had about five times As much Power As i thought it class bands together it was enough to give any elementary teacher nightmares but a Hershey neb., Public school instructor approved of her students bringing 300 rubber bands to class. Quot a math project a sprung out of it a said Art teacher Johnita Dowhower after she allowed 14 students to Start a rubber band collection. A we measured one stretched rubber band and calculated the collection would be about Hoo feet this week their 300 rubber bands were linked together and stretched out More than five lengths of the schools football Field. Actually the bands stretched from goalpost to goalpost 360 feet five times then Back to the goal line a a total of 1830 feet. A we decided to try for a world record a said Tim Cooper the eighth grader who started the Ball rolling when he brought his collection to school. A we did no to find any record for rubber band collections in the guinness Book of world Lenzini left Houghton on Jan. 5 and arrived in Anchorage on thursday. His trip took him along winding Back roads of Michigan Wisconsin Minnesota and Montana. Then he moved into Canada through British Columbia and up the Alaska Highway. Lenzini undertook the trip with intentions of setting a guinness record. A at least 30 people had tried and fell apart a he said. Perot heliport nixed by neighbor Texas computer tycoon h. Ross Perot says he wants to build a heliport at his mansion because his stand against drug abuse makes him an organized crime target in his car. But his idea has been shot Down by another computer tycoon . Bucy. Bucy a neighbor opposed Perot a zoning change request at a Dallas plan commission meeting thursday. A to allow or. Perot to have a Hel Stop for his on personal safety because of his role on the narcotics commission is not valid a Bucy said. Quot it Only dramatizes the situation and could bring a shooting gallery to the 4 the commission rejected the helicopter plan but Perot could Appeal to the City Council. Perot who Heads a special citizens task Force on drug abuse is the founder of electronic data systems inc. Guinness is Best sir Alec guinness who played George Smiley in a tinker tailor Soldier spy a has been named Best television actor of 1979 by British broadcasting critics. The seven part feature also won the award for the Best drama series in the broadcasting press Guild awards thursday. The american comedy series a a soap was voted Best imported program and the creator of the series Susan Harris was voted a special award. Negotiations in Colombia stalemated after 3 sessions Bogota Colombia apr efforts to free the hostages held at the dominican republics embassy Here appeared stalemated today after a third round of face to face talks failed to yield a Compromise Between the government and the guerrillas holding the captives. As in the previous negotiations since the embassy was seized to Days ago the talks Friday took place in a beige parked near the front of the besieged building. The rear doors of the have been removed so the guerrillas inside the embassy can watch the goings on. Once again a woman her head masked by a Hood represented the guerrillas. She was accompanied by mexican ambassador Ricardo Galan one of the 14 ambassadors and acting ambassadors still held hostage along with at Weast a dozen other captives. Galan appears to be acting As a go Between. Deputy foreign ministers Camilio Jimenez and Ramiro Zambrano again spoke for the government in the one hour 13 minute session the shortest to Date. A government statement said the officials a presented a detailed layout of the government contentions and for her part the representative of the occupants of the diplomatic seat reiterated those demands of her the statement said talks would resume sometime next week. There was speculation they would not be held before monday because of local and regions elections scheduled for sunday. Observers said the talks appeared to be snagged on the guerrillas demand that the government release 311 persons the militants claim Are Politica prisoners. The government says the 311 persons Are not political prisoners but were jailed for civil crimes. Spokesman say the government does not have the judicial Power to release them. The other major guerrilla demands included Safe conduct out of the country for themselves and their hostages and payment of a $50 million Ransom. Informants have said agreements May be near on both issues including a scaled Down Ransom payment and Asylum for the guerrillas. The guerrillas members of a group known As m-19, took Over the embassy during a diplomatic reception on feb. 27, capturing 19 foreign envoys including american ambassador Diego Asencio and a number of other persons

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