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East Liverpool Evening Review (Newspaper) - May 15, 1986, East Liverpool, Ohio Spring fling High school carnival set Page 2chester slates faulty downspout smoke bomb test Page 5area track teams compete in league championships Page to / Quot in the evening review Quot the largest a b c. Paid circulation newspaper in Columbiana county Quot vol. 107 no. 172 phone 385 4545 East Liverpool Ohio thursday May 15, 1986 30 single copy 1.35 weekly by Carrie House May join Call for tax increase Washington a the House finishing work on its fiscal 1987 Budge appeared poised to join the Senate in calling for a tax increase and a Sharp Cut in president Reagan s proposed military buildup despite administration lobbying lawmakers of both parties said the $994 billion sanding plan drafted by the democratic controlled House Budge committee would win. And a Republican alternative somewhat closer to what Reagan requested would lose Quot this is going to to a democratic vote and they Are going to take the Resdon Sivility for said rep Deibert i. Latta of Ohio. Senior Republican on the budget panel who opposed the measure Quot to Eye be got them the votes pretty Well lined up the budget committee adopted the Senate s decision to add $7 3 billion in taxes to the $6 billion Reagan submitted in february but while the Republican controlled Senate proposed $301 billion for the military in the Budge it passed May syrian buildup reported Washington apr Secretary of state George p Shultz calling a new Middle fast military buildup Quot a highly tense says the United states has cautioned Israel and Syria against going to War a there Are growing tensions there is a big syrian buildup they have been moving their fortifications Forward in Shultz told the overseas writers club on wednesday it was the first Public confirmation by a u s official of the accuracy of israeli assertions that the syrians Are improving their War fighting capability in Lebanon and it was the highest level expression of u s concern about the situation since it began developing several weeks ago. Quot we Don t believe a War Between Israel and Syria would serve either party a interests and we have cautioned against Shultz said for the previous week u s officials had refrained from direct comment about Syria despite reports from London and Israel that the Damascus government was involved in an attempt to bomb an Al Al Jet in London in april and the bombing of a West Berlin discotheque in which an american was killed Shultz said wednesday Quot there Are investigations going on about various terrorist incidents in which Syria May or May not have been involved he repeated the Reagan administration vow that when state sponsored terrorism is identified. Quot we will do something about it it is not the right thing for us to say what we w ill do asked about reports published in Beirut that Syria might be trying to help release american hostages in Lebanon. Shultz said. Quot Syria has played a constructive role in the past in some instances so if they could be helpful that would be most Welcome 2. The House panels plan would authorize $285 billion House republicans propose no More taxes than Reagan but they too would pare Back Reagan s $320 billion defense request to $293 billion the spending plans All reflect the difficulty of reaching the $144 billion deficit target in the Gramm Rud Man balanced budget Law Quot we re writing this budget in a said rep Marvin learn. D Texas a conservative who said he reluctantly supported the House s military budget the deficit target could not be met otherwise because Congress refuses to touch entitlement programs and the nation is saddled with payments on a debt exceeding $2 trillion he said Reagan s budget director. James c Miller Iii. Said he was lobbying House members to support the Republican alternative but Quot my latest count is we re behind Quot the House democratic plan would leave a deficit of $137 billion. $7 billion below the Republican plans which would just meet the $144 billion target the president s budget missed the target by $18 billion according to the congressional budget Iff ice the budget is a joint Resolution of Congress that does not require the president s approval however it serves As a guide to sanding and tax Bills that must get the president s signature to become Law More will die from chernobyl Moscow aim a u s medical specialist treating victims from the Cernobyl disaster today said More soviets would die because they received lethal doses of radiation released by the stricken nuclear Power Plant or Robert i Gale a Bone marrow expert told a packed news conference in Moscow that soviet and foreign specialists had identified 15 people who had suffered severe radiation exposure because of the april 26 Accident at the Power Sta lion in the Ukraine despite around the clock efforts by doctors in a Moscow clinic. Gale said. Seven of the radiation cases had died and More deaths Are expected soviet officials including communist party Leader Mikhail s. Gorbachev have said two other people were killed in the explosion and fire at the plants no 4 reactor that spewed a Cloud of radioactivity Over much of Europe in a wednesday televised speech. Gorbachev announced the death toll had reached nine and said the acce Dent had sounded the alarm about the dangers of the atom Gale of the University of California at los Angeles said 19 patients had received Bone marrow transplants heavy doses of radiation destroy the marrow which can t fatal Gale and a soviet colleague. Or Andrei i Vorobyev were asked repeatedly during the 80 minute news conference to assess the health hazards posed by the Accident to residents of Kiev a City of 2 4 Mil lion people 80 Miles South of the chernobyl Plant As Well As to people closer to the site Vorobyev said it was impossible for anyone who had been More than 18 Miles from the Accident site to to suffering from acute radiation sickness As a result asked to comment. Gale said Quot it is extremely unlikely that anybody at considerable distance from the radiation source could suffer acute radiation sickness Quot he did not define what he meant by considerable distance Gale noted that neither he nor any of fits team of foreign experts flown in to treat chernobyl casualties has visited the site of the stricken Plant but said he had suggested such a visit rescuers resume Hunt for climbers tasty meals Are to be a feature it the annual Columbiana county Quot senior citizens to be marked by a Day Long program in East Liverpool saturday. Preparing some of the desserts for the meals Are it left to Light Eva Pallia Josephine chamber. Elva Hymen and Genevieve Cunningham i photo by Fred Fischer senior citizens fete due by Lucille Huston a wide Range of entertainment activities and special programs is planned for the annual Columbiana county Observance of a senior citizens Day to be held in East Liverpool saturday members of City senior citizen clubs will Host the event coordinated by the Ceramic City senior citizens Center. Mrs Ruby Osborn chairman for the Day. Said St John lutheran Church women Are to be in charge of registration at the St Aloysius school where the countywide Observance is to be entered hostesses will include members of the St Alovsius school and Community Parish the Center and the East Liverpool High school Hitri parking is to to directed by the 30 plus 30 club and the altar and Rosary society is to oversee the Din my room a donation of $3 50 entitles participation in All events including meals prize awarding and entertainment for those unable to join the Day s program an evening fee of $1 50 is set for a dance and refresh ments. The Observance begins with breakfast served at 9 a m at the school opening ceremonies Are scheduled for 9 30 with the presentation of colors by american legion Post 374 Ray county s red Ink logged by Luc Ille Iii Ston Lisbon a Columbiana county commissioners wednesday received a graphic illustration of How red Ink is colouring the county a financial picture the Quot county budget graphics Quot report covering 1979 through 1985, was prepared by Sam Crawford of the Ohio cooperative Extension service of Ohio state University at no Cost to the county according to the report county expenditures the past four years have exceeded receipts in the general fund in 1982. Receipts were $4,993,074 compared to disbursements of s3.242.859 in 1983. Receipts totalled $4,790,709 and disbursements were $4,823,920 in 1984. Receipts were $5,236,043 while disbursements totalled $5,322,001 last year. 1985. Receipts were $5,443,378 and disbursements were $5,535,613. O m in Issi o Ner David Halverstadt commented that he thought an even More revealing picture of county finances was the capital improvement expenditures in 1979. $78,725 was spent on improvements to county buildings the figure dropped As Low As $1,659 in 1983, Vav As $5,385 in 1984 and $8,953 in 1985 Halverstadt said this figure shows turn to county. Page i. It and the Welcome by the Rev Thomas of St Aloysius Church sister Patricia Rodgers of the Ohio department of aging w ill offer Brief remarks other meals planned for the Day include lunch at 11 30 am 12 15 and i p m. And supper at 4 30 and 5pm All at St Aloysius school cafeteria entertainment is scheduled in the gymnasium William Palmer former director of the Columbiana county office on aging is to to master of ceremonies the entertainment schedule for the Day is 10 a in a Lisbon variety band 10 30 a in a Ben and Eleanor w Ilson vocal duet 11 a in a area senior citizens choir. 11 30 am a piano and Organ duet by Mary Lou Zarnoski and Mary Edgerton noon a Blue grass band 12 30 p m a Rama Mckenzie. Kentucky state Champion Blue grass Fidler accompanied on the guitar by his father i p m a Helen Cordray. Accordionist i 30 p m Western Pennsylvania Moutain Folk musicians 2pm a the periodic sing play turn to seniors. Page i Timberline Lodge. Ore a i a rescuers and dog teams to Day resumed the Hunt for six teenagers and two adults missing on mount Hood since a blizzard ambushed their school expedition monday but Hopes faded that they would be found alive two six Man ground teams with two dogs left Timberline Lodge at 4 a in to search the 9,300-foot level of the Mountain the teams planned to use Metal detectors in their efforts Low wind and Only a few High Clouds Over the Mountain provided Good conditions for the search today officials tid unsafe footing on wednesday forced a postponement in the Hun master sgt Rich harder chief of Rescue efforts for the air Force said today he had not lost Hope Quot Over the years we be had people hike out two or three Days later and we re just hoping that they Are Down in the tree lines maybe and we might run into them. He told Quot Good morning America Quot if not. They re up around 10.500 feet still in a Cave somewhere an air Force helicopter with an infrared device that can detect temperature variations of 2 degrees found nothing late wednesday said air Force staff sgt John Harkness rescuers had hoped the climbers had survived in a Snow Cave but those Hopes diminished As no sign of life was seen wednesday when sunny weather and noisy helicopters should have caused survivors to dig out. Quot they should have punched their Way out. Said Clackamas county sheriffs of Don Vickars Quot that a what the general opinion is dogs trained for Mountain work were brought from Seattle but were also unable to find the missing climbers three Frozen Mem tiers of the party two girls and a boy were airlifted wednesday from the slopes of the ll.235-foot Mountain Ann a medical team of 40 at Portland s Emanuel Hospital worked All Day in Quot a last ditch Effort Quot to revive them said spokeswoman Lori canister caller threatens hostages Beirut. Lebanon apr a Telephone caller claiming to speak for the islamic jihad terror group today threatened to make american and French hostages held in Lebanon pay for purported Western pressure put on Syria for their release the Anonymous caller also said the number of the american and French hostages held by the shadowy islamic jihad or islamic holy War has Quot decreased a lot fax cause a number of them have been liquidated Quot if they Western countries fail to Stop mane vering against Syria and islamic jihad the remaining hostages with us will be the first to pay the Price Quot the arabic speaking caller told a Western news Agency office in moslem West Beirut an editor of the Agency who spoke on condition that neither he nor his wire service to identified said the caller did not give names and the exact number of the hostages who might have been killed there was no immediate Way to authenticate the Call worker s b/7/ so Parks passage seen Columbus. Ohio map the Republican controlled Senate was expected to Complete passage today of a workers compensation Bill which May have jeopardized the longstanding courtship Between House democrats Anil organized labor the Democrat controlled House approved the proposal 74-22 wednesday to Deal top labor chieftains their biggest setback in Ohio in years touching off a feud that could affect labor support in the coming legislative elections House speaker Vern Riffe or. 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Quot West Virginia in t a Bunch of people going into the Coal mines to have slate fall on them said John Savage senior producer for webs s Quot portrait of America Quot series Savage and other officials from the Atlanta based television station were in Charleston on wednesday to discuss ideas for the hour Long series segment focusing on West Virginia the program is tentatively scheduled to air in july 1987 Hamilton renamed Hamilton. Ohio a the City manager admits that adding an exclamation Point to the City s name is a gimmick but officials and Community leaders Hope that Hamilton w ill enhance the City s image Council voted unanimously wednesday night to order legislation changing the name City manager Jack Becker said the Ohio attorney general s office had notified him Council action is necessary before he can officially notify the u s census Bureau of the change is l hearings. Donald Trump new York builder and owner of the i Sel s new Jersey generals Speaks to the press wednesday after a hearing in Federal court in new York on a $1.32 billion antitrust suit against the Nel. A Tri state due More showers the Tri state area continues to pick up needed rainfall but Only in scattered areas showers and thunderstorms Are forecast for tonight when temperatures will fall to the Low 60s Friday is to be mostly Cloudy with a Chance of showers and thunderstorms the High is to be in the upper 70s the possibility of precipitation is 80 percent tonight 40 percent Tomor Row More showers and storms Are possible saturday and Sunda but monday is to be fair highs will be in the 70s�?Tsaturday and sunday from 65 to 75 monday lottery Ohio daily 326 super lotto 5 9 18 29 31 39 Pennsylvania daily 527 lotto 13 7 2 420 40 Alt. 27 deaths Wesley Breth of Toronto Mary Thornton of Wells ii in Robert Zielinski or. Of Midland Mary a i Sherry of n. Cumberland Lillian Beebout of v Cumberland Index Ann Landers Astrograph births classified comics editorial Here and ther e marriage licenses obituaries society sports to Heaters weather 15 i 12.13 15 6 t i 7 10.11 14 14 reported threats of political reprisal but said he Hopes the unions will recognize that democrats Quot acted in the la St interest of the working peo pie and the business climate of this Riffe who earlier said that members of his House caucus could get along if necessary without financial backing from labor told reporters he had heard about the threats Quot i resent that that a wrong i done to condone it and i won t put up with Riffe said he reportedly has a War Chest of about $1 2 million to help elect democrats and another major fund Raiser is scheduled june 24 Riffe s fund raisers which in re cent years have attracted almost As Many business lobbyists As labor people usually Gross about $500, xxx or More Joseph Tomasi of Toledo director of Region 2 b of the United Auto workers Union told House members that they would to held politically by 225 xxx Ohio i a members if they supported the legislation after a closed democratic caucus the House approved the Bill without debate or floor amendments Al i urn i o w hikers rage i Reader reaps results sold 4 Days later All electric 12x63 Lindale trailer want to sell something fast no quicker Way than the evening review classifieds 385-4545. 1111111111111111111111 of 1111 i 11111111111111111111111111 111 1111111111111111 1111111111 1111111111111111111111111 1111 11 111111111 11111111 11 111111 11111 1111111&Quot student of the Day Erie Skolny. 6. Son of or. And mrs. Robert Skolny of 351 Louisiana ave., Chester is an Early childhood student at c h e s t e r elementary. He wants to be a doctor

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