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East Liverpool Evening Review (Newspaper) - May 15, 1986, East Liverpool, Ohio Lisbon just a week ago. Columbiana county commissioners saved some $80,000 by changing hospitalization carriers but. Wednesday commissioners Learned costs for mental health services will in crease commissioners were Given copies of letters received by probate judge Charles a Pike. One letter from a Ross county judge said mental health funds have been Cut off for examinations at the veterans administration medical a enter and the Chillicothe corrections facility and that the Cost of each exam. $275. Will be charged to the county from which the per son resides Wmk second letter. Rom a Mahoning county judge com menting that these same Type of exams Many at Woodside receiving Hospital Cost $175. And will be charged to the county from which the person is sent to the Hospital commissioners were encouraged to Contact legislators to see if funds could in provided by the controlling Board to these institutions to continue providing the services without charge to the county commissioner Donald Lowe was Uncertain if every prisoner sent to Chillicothe undergo such an exam he said he assumed each was Given one upon arrival currently any Pris Oner not sent to the Ohio state ref or in a tories goes t o Chillicothe before be my sent to another prison in the state system commissioners approved the Purchase of additional life insurance coverage for county employees raising the amount to $11,500 from $1,500 at a Cost to the county of $3 91 for each employee a Chi employee has the option to Purchase More life insurance but additional coverage will be at the employees expense commissioners a copied a Low bid of $11,854 69 from so Nold inc of Lisbon for structural steel for two Bridge replacements and the Low bid of $20,864 82 for the steel floors the Bridges Are in St Clair and Center townships another bid for the steel floor was received from engineered products inc of Pittsburgh $26,749 14 other bids for the structural steel school Board ignore suit at meeting Wellsville although the Wellsville Board of education did not publicly discuss a pending $2 million lawsuit filed by a disgruntled superintendent candidate when it met this week it Din fail to routinely approve the minutes of the april 19 meeting at new which supt Larry Kent Yeager was chosen at the regular meeting Board members did not discuss during Public session a discrimination suit filed last week by or Frank a Dan a Baldwin of Detroit against past and present Board members the Board did meet in executive session after conducting regular business however. Treasurer Keith Nixon was asked to transcribe a tape recording of the april 19 meeting to be used As the formal minutes of that session Nixon said he would transcribe the tape after Board president David Baldwin a brother of Frank a asked that additional statements of his be in included in the minutes among other Points he requested the minutes reflect he had said he had some a new information Quot for the Board to consider and also that he had asked the Board a to consult with the Board or Frank Rivelle. Who made a routine motion to approve the minutes withdrew it Atter Baldwin s request in other matters the Nixon told the Board he has procured an option to Purchase a piece of property on main St the property in which school officials had expressed an interest was recently purchased by two main St residents at a sheriff is Sale the two agreed however to Grant the school District an exclusive option to Purchase the prop erty. Minus a to foot strip adjacent to their Home if they should decide to sell the Board approved a policy for after school rental use of buildings agreeing to include a suggestion by Baldwin mat renters state the specific reason they w ill be using the buildings Nixon is to handle rental fees the Board also voted to Purchase a 1986 eight passenger from Parker Chevrolet in Salem for $11,528 in other , the Board approved requests for professional meetings from James Fantone Richard Bereschik Ana Linda weekly Field trips also were authorized for several classes approved for supplemental positions for next year were Robert Szabo. Band director Michael Mcvay physical fitness Randy Young girls head varsity basketball coach Greg Davis girls assistant varsity basketball coach. Randy Young and Robert Grimm assistant varsity football coaches. Betsy Young girls assistant volleyball coach and Michael Finzel head varsity wrestle in coach Gladys Kozora Esther Calhoun. Linda Rodey and Kyle Baker were approved As academies coordinators for 1986 87. Under the same terms and conditions of the 1985 86 contracts Margaret Osborne was placed on the substitute teacher list for the 1985-86 school year service and maintenance agreements were authorized with the Borden office equipment company to repair typewriters duplicators and mimeograph machines for the 1986 87 school year an instructional television agreement was approved w Ith w Neo to Wear to for the 1986 87 school year at no Cost to the Board and membership was renewed with northeastern educational television of Ohio inc for the same period the to ski resolved to adopt courses of study for business. French learning disabilities and music As submitted by review committees the Board also approved a list of seniors for graduation pending completion of All requirements outgoing superintendent or Phil Maher told the Board enrolment is holding almost steady at 1,353 As of the end of april Down three pupils from the March figure. He also announced the Salem schools w ill join the enrichment consortium which will consist of Columbiana. Leetonia. Lisbon Wellsville and Salem schools next year the Board called an executive session was held to discuss personnel matters the evening review uses 164 840 Jio e. 4th St., e. Liverpool of phone 35 4545 zip code 43920 the evening review is published daily except Sun Days and Christmas Day at 210 e. 4th St., East liver Pool Ohio 43920 subscription rates single copy 30 cents. Home delivered ti.35 per week by mail payable in Advance within Columbiana county Ohio Hancock county w va., Beaver county a one year $71.50 six months $42 so three months $24 of one month $10.20. Outside rates Given on request no mail subscriptions accepted in localities served by Carrier delivery. All carriers dealers and distributors Are Independent con tractors keeping their own accounts tree from control. The associated press is entitled exclusively to the use for republication of All the local news published in this newspaper As Well As All a news dispatches. Second class postage paid at East Liverpool Ohio. Postmaster. Send address changes to the evening review 210 e 4th St., East Liverpool Ohio 43920. Wert Vinson steel co of Pittsburgh $14.254 89 Superior steel corp of Cambridge. $15.108 90 and Lisbon steel fabricating of Grant Street Lisbon. $15,963 31 commissioners met with superintendent Paul Hood of the Columbiana county schools and discussed possible costs of sewer construction for a pro kissed county education hiding commissioners suggested another posse Ole site. And Donald Harrison water and sewer department supervisor attorn pained Hood to View the site commissioners advertised for bids for Guardrail for East Liverpool Road they accepted the Low bid of City Asphalt and paving co of Youngstown for repaving Columbo Ana Waterford Road the bid w As $87,435 66 Andrea Miller was hired for 12 hours summer work at Northwest area county court on the recommendation of judge Douglas Jenkins an animal claim of $44 was paid to Christopher Norton of 15140 route 172, Minerva for 2f poultry killed and one injured by dogs no objection was voiced to a liquor per Mit request from Carolyn Mae Adams doing business As carols Market of 891 Boyd re. East liver Pool Liverpool township. Commissioners signed a proclamation that june is Quot Little Beaver a reek Scenic River month a a commissioners also proclaimed saturday As senior citizens Day in Columbiana county Lisbon Village officials were granted permission to construct sidewalks on the Northeast and Northwest quadrants of the Square in the Village commissioners held several executive sessions during the Day some concerning property and some concerning personnel one personnel session was with Gerald schonhut. Economic and county develop ment director. Helen Bloor. Planning director. And Marie Cox. Secretary Spring Eling planned. The East Liverpool High school student Senate is sponsoring a Spring fling carnival Friday from 4 to 7 . In the High school parking lot and gym lobby. There will be food and games for All. Co chairmen Are Tracy Calhoun and Sanjay Batiste hands across America representatives and mayors from local communities Are to make a presentation. Which is to be televised. Student Senate members left to right Jason m Miller Shelley Hamilton and Scott Dieringer dressed As clowns visited City elementary schools this week to publicize the event. Photo by attn Sockman i executive committee winners announced new Cumberland unofficial w Inners in races for Democrat and Republican executive committee seats have been announced following Hancock county a primary election tuesday one male and one female candidate was named to represent each District segment according to preliminary Uno final tallies w Inners Are democrats a rant District first District a male Winner Larry Cline 231. Samuel j Decapio or. 205. Female unopposed Winner Norma Decapio. 308 second District a male Winner Chuck Arnott. 238 Thomas line. 112 female Winner Vickie Baker. 171. Nancy j. Fluharty 156 third District a male Winner Roy Hart 215. Peter Cando 205. Female Winner Alma a Laurie Quot Mehaffey. 235. Joan Louise Hart. 176 Clay District first District a male Winner unopposed Gerald Quot Joe Quot Rainey. 651 female unopposed Winner Tamara Herron Pettit 540 second District a female unopposed Winner Terry Lynn Mcafee 479. Butler District first District a male unopposed w inner Timothy j Mccune. 649 second District a male unopposed Winner will Anthony Tram. 616, female Winner Helen Brancazio 315 Sophie Resh Angelo. 225 lome Jones. 206 third District a male unopposed Winner Thomas k gabble 579. Female unopposed Winner Alice Cooke. 548 republicans Grant District third District a male unopposed Winner Elbert Allison. Iou female unopposed w inner Joy Allison. 95 Clay District first District a male Winner Charles Litten 106 Bernard Rice 51 female Winner Rose Litten 98 Mary Ann Rice. 56 second District a female unopposed w inner Kitty cd Ortese 77 Butler District first District a male unopposed w inner Wayne Cline 80 second District a male unopposed Winner David Cline. 96 third District a male unopposed Winner John c. Moore. 86. Female unopposed Winner Pamela Bolling. Weather temperatures showers Man floors Snow fronts warm we com. Oct Iuda it i w station v. Northeast Del to tonight showers and thunderstorms. Low in the Low 60s. The Chance of rain is to percent. Friday mostly Cloudy with Chance of showers and thunderstorms. High in the upper 70s. The Chance of rain is 40 percent. Extended Outlook saturday through monday Hance of showers and thunderstorms saturday and sunday. Lair on monday. Highs in the 70s saturday and sunday and in the mid-60s to mid-70s monday. Lows in the 50s saturday and sunday and in the ids monday. Dam report new Cumberland Ohio River level a 12.9 feet stationary. High temperature past 24 hours a to. 4 . Wednesday. Low temperature a 57. 7 . Today. Precipitation a .05. Air Index the air pollution Index in East Liverpool this morning was 37 and Good according to the North Ohio Valley air authority. Suspended particulates were 56. Fulfur dioxide measured 57 and Ozone measured 12 and Good. Winds were Zero to two Miles per hour from the South. Mental health month celebrated Lisbon a in recon motion of Mav As mental health month pro claimed by Ohio nov Richard f Celeste services at the Colum Biana county mental health counselling Center cd Macc Are being highlighted according to gov. Celeste one in three Ohio families will have a member in need of mental health ten tics in a Given year. Gov Celeste pm fish sized that the Ohio department of mental health and the Ohio general Assembly continually seek ways to work together with mental health groups associations families and Consumers to make appropriate mental health services available in every Ohio Community in Columbiana county services under the auspices of cd Macc Are available both in Lisbon and East Liverpool. In patient psychiatric services Are available at East Liverpool City Hospital in addition the 648 Board provides funding for the help hotline which is available 24 hours a Day for emergency services officials at the Center say an estimated Quarter million ohioans received mental health services through state funded Community programs in 1985 locally 2.494 a persons w Ere served Pamela Hyde direct o r of the Ohio department of mental health indicated state funding for targeted services for severely mentally disabled ohioans was increased to $28 million from $19 million in the fiscal year which begins in july a 47 percent increase even with this impressive boost officials say. Ohio ranks 23rd among the 50 states in services for mentally Iii services at cd Macc which directly serve the severely mentally disabled include the aftercare program designed to assist individuals in the transition to Community living after hospitalization the Day treatment program which provides Structure and socialization to severely mentally disabled individuals and the Compeer program which matches volunteers with clients to enhance the socialization process and smooth the Way for a return to a Normal life we will deliver prices effective thru sunday sugar Dale dutch loaf $1.79 la Dolly Madison fruit pies 3 for1.00 ruffles potato chips now 99 were m 39 Coke Cherry Coke or diet Coke 8-16 of. Bottles $1.69 Pius tax and Deposit Canada dry dads or sprite 8-16 of. Bottles 1.69 plus tax and Deposit Wyler s lemonade 1 .89 -30 of smucker s Orang marmalade 79 12 of janitor in a drum 1 .19 32 of Fricano Market 225 w. 9th St., East Liverpool open daily 8 30 am-9 pm sunday noon-8 pm phone 385-5161 tip a veiling Rex Lew Thui sea. 15. 19x6 i is Liverpool. Ohio mental health costs increase exhausted Auto to perplexing wreck our Auto Loans fix car problems Central Federal savings amp loan v Wellsville Calcutta j 532-1517 385.4323 2-year term Given City erects new Stop sign a Stop sign has been erected at the intersection of Case and Smithfield sts., East Liverpool safety service director William a Devon announced today. A this is a new sign and motorists should use extra caution to give other Drivers a Chance to get used to Devon said chief named Columbus Ohio if it Roger Weseli president of Good Samaritan Hospital in Cincinnati has been elected Secretary treasurer of the Ohio Hospital association Weseli s term begins Jan 1,1987 the election tuesday came during the associations annual meeting Here this week Lisbon a 52 year old fast Palestine Man was sentenced to two years at the Chillicothe correctional Institute and fined $5,000 when he appeared in common fleas court tuesday. George a Bolinger or of 340 is Martin St East Palestine had pleaded guilty Jan 28 to sexual Bat Terv. A felony of the third degree lie originally had been indicted for rape an aggravated felony of the first degree according to the indict ment. Bolinger had sexual conduct with a five year old girl in or about september or october 1985 judge j Warren Bettis Reading from the pre sentence report named other incidents which occurred when the girl was 34 Bettis also read other statements made by the defendant in the pre sentence report he said this was the a most disgusting Case he has seen in his years of experience not Only in Law. But including in the Marine corps Iii Toli Bolinger he would execute him ii he had the Choice and would not hesitate but would to a Happy to pull the switch a you re Lucky your lawyer did a Good Job in plea bargaining this he Tola Bolinger. Whom he had sentenced to the maximum Ortho charge to which he had pleaded guilty prior to making that statement judge Bettis said he did not want to hear any closing arguments that he had too much respect for counsel representing Bolinger non sentenced Dean Homer boso. 23. Of 11559 Stookesberry re. Lisbon was sentenced to six months at the Ohio state reformatory in Mansfield after pleading guilty to Gross sexual imposition boso had been indicted for sexual Battery he pleaded guilty to haying sexual Contact with a 15-year old girl whom he said he believed to in 18 mesday by the . Dickey and sons inc. As part of the City a $1 million renovation project. The Concrete was dispatched into a second machine shown at right it from the Cement truck so it could he piped to the Bottom of the base. At the same time floor work is being finished on the first of six filter basins inside the Plant and water department workers Are transferring water and sewer lines at a separate project on Waterloo St. Taxpayers arc funding the water Plant renovations with no state or Federal Grant assistance. 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