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East Liverpool Evening Review (Newspaper) - May 15, 1986, East Liverpool, Ohio Spring leaning. Rthur Hamilton is silhouetted against the statehouse in Columbus wednesday As he cleans one of the 30-foot-tall windows that line the front Entrance of the state office Tower. Hamilton stands on an elevated left to clean the top portions while a co worker on a Stepladder cleans the lower areas. It i panel South must improve aids exposure rate remains consistent Washington a the rate at which military recruits Are testing positive for exposure to a virus associated with aids remained almost cons Tant during the first three months of the year a new defense department report shows. The Pentagon has now identified ask recruits who tested positive for exposure to the virus moreover the same prevalence rate of roughly 1.5 cases per 1.000 recruits is showing up in the first results from testing men and women who Are already on Active duty. Pentagon sources said wednes Dav. The new report obtained late wednesday by the associated press shows that since last october the defense department has refused to admit 431 men and 27 women into Active service because they tested positive Tor exposure to the virus the report also shows that the Middle Atlantic Region continues to Lead the nation in positive test rates for recruits and that the older the recruit the greater the chances of a positive test. The new report covers from Jan i to Senate oks drug sales Washington it a it american made drugs not yet approved for Sale in this country could be sold overseas under legislation passed by an overwhelming majority of the Senate the legislation bitterly criticized by sen Howard Metzenbaum. I Ohio. As giving pharmaceutical companies a Blank Check to dump unsafe drugs in third world countries was approved wednesday on a 91 7 vote sen Orrin g. Hatch k Utah the Bill s main sponsor called it landmark legislation that will encourage i s drug manufacturers to keep their Domestic facilities rather than go overseas to avoid food and drug administration rules Hatch and sen Edward m Kennedy. I mass. Who dropped his opposition after Compromise language was drafted in the labor and human resources committee argued that the Bill will create 8.non to Lomio new jobs by spurring the nation s grow my biotechnology Industry but Metzenbaum and other critics said the measure would Only give the United states a bad name when american made drugs cause death or injury in developing nations Quot do we believe we ought to Export drugs throughout the world that say in America when those same drugs can t be sold in the United states a Metzenbaum said shortly be fore the Senate voted final passage Quot the a made in Usa Label now the Gold Stan Dard for sate and effective drugs w ill be bloodied with death and injuries to said Sidney Wolfe director of the Public citizen health research group founded by consumer activist Ralph Nader Quot i fear it would increase the likelihood that drugs would be sold with inadequate said rep Henry Waxman. A Calit chairman of the House Energy and Commerce health sub committee Waxman s panel is planning to hold hearings on the Senate Dill he is sponsoring legislation that would Only allow drugs that Are near the end of the Eda approval process to be exported to countries that have already deemed them Safe and effective rip Forbes an aide to Waxman s subcommittee. Said the panel s Busy schedule May prevent the House from voting on a drug Export Hill before it adjourns Tor the year expulsion recommended Newark Ohio a Newark or association wants to expel students who assault staff members association president Frederick Boring told the City Board of education monday night that some students who have physically harmed teachers have not been properly disciplined he told the Board of a Junior High school student who he said was not properly disciplined and assaulted a teacher the teacher suffered a wrenched Arm a when such a student is referred to the building office the administrator must make a decision As to the punishment to be used. Boring said in a statement some building administrators make a regular habit of questioning the veracity of staff rather than the truthfulness of students midweek specials Superior s Cree Mee ice Cream 98 72 gallon California red Ripe strawberries 69 in tit March 31 it is the second quarterly report to be prepared since the defense department began testing All military recruits last october the first quarterly report covering from last october to december found that 2in recruits had tested positive out of people screened a rate of i 5 cases per Iski the new report shows another 170.076 recruits were screened Between Jan i and March 31, of w Hom 248 tested positive that is a rate of 1.46 cases per i Mai the combined total of 4. 8 positives of 308.076 tested is i 49 cases per i it Mai that is higher than the rate being reported by civilian blood agencies but Pentagon officials stress it is impossible to meaningfully compare the two of cause of such differences As average age fewer than 200. Mai Active duty personnel have been tested so far less than to percent of the 2 i million Active Force space finalist. Joan Esposito Anchor worn an reporter for Chicago to station was beams in her office after learning wednesday she has been chosen As one of to finalists in the journalist in space program. Quot to go into space was a she said. It i City Hall opens Pittsburgh it apr City Council president Ben Woods loves City Hall so much that he decided to give the name to his new restaurant Woods new eatery Iii the basement of the lawyers building a half Nook from the City county building is decorated w Ith Wood panels to look like the City Council Chambers it is called Quot City Hall a the restaurant Woods invited friends acquaintances and even political rivals to the opening wednesday but he warned fellow Council members he won t put up w Ith political posturing in his place Quot this is no Beer joint he said Iii i Alnut and Minerva its East Liverpool of Burbick s Nursery and Garden Center i of America s largest Garden centers. Over 1cx too plants and still growing. Shrub Sale dotted a Botvin aes yews and junipers 3 gallon size $3.95 each bedding plants Flowers and vegetables Geranium a 4&Quot pots. 79�?~ per tray 1.39 each i z Beautiful hanging baskets volume discounts cosh amp carry from Garden Center shrubs amp Shade Trees Purchase a Moo 10% discount Oer Moo 15% discount we do Complete landscaping lawns shrubbery walkways and Walls. Free Winona phone 222 1524 Winona open 7 Days a week Sam till dark location Atlanta a Southern states must tend to their rotting Rural roots or face disruption in their booming economies a Blue ribbon panel reported today in org my immediate action to improve education. Small business and roads. Quot would you locate a multimillion Dollar Plant on a two Lane Highway so that when one Bridge is out or a hog truck is ahead of your truck your whole Plant is left waiting for materials a a the panels report quoted an Industry Recruiter assaying the seven member panel s report said the rapid growth of big Cit Les in the South has been offset by decline in Rural areas where illiteracy is widespread and Only half of the population 25 or older has High school diplomas new jobs Are being added nearly twice As fast in metropolitan areas As in Rural areas. The report said. And in Georgia 75 percent of All new jobs since 1981 have been in the Atlanta area in contrast More than 111. My textile and apparel jobs have disappeared in the Southeast since 1981. Most from Rural areas and agriculture is facing a severe crisis it said the report was prepared by Mac inc. A nonprofit research organization in Chapel Hill n a. And spin sorted by the Ford foundation and the r j Reynolds f Ounda to i o n f ii r in e r Mississippi gov William Winter chaired the panel in North Carolina the report said. Land values and agricultural assets have declined by at least $2 billion since 1983 in addition demand is tailing off for tobacco a major Southern Cash crop per capita income in the Rural South is less than three fourths the nationwide average of $10,670, the report said a the consequences of the current situation transcend economic considerations. A a it said Quot the trends also threaten abstract eternal values that have cemented the South s identity and made it Worth preserve my Quot even those of us a generation or two removed from the farm Trace our love of the environment unconcern for Thrift our feelings for fellow men. Our Awe it nature and our sense of place to the routines of Rural Community lib and our connections to Finland states in the South must tend to our roots or in the end risk our values the report said states should shift emphasis from Industrial recruitment to pro Grams supplementing group Battles squatter wave local lev clop out it torts and helping Small business men southerners must b eco in e belter educated to get i it it Hgt As x in Erie a s w i t Che from a manufacturing to a High Lei h Economy if said a adult illiteracy should in attacked As a matter of economic urgency Phoenix. South Africa a trustees of Mohandas Gan Dhir a rundown Phoenix settlement want to restore the historic in Dian Center As a Haven for opponents of race discrimination but Are in a quandary Over what to do about a recent wave of Black squatters Phoenix director mewa Ramgobin said he fears the squatters will take Over the whole 75 acre settlement North of Durban whose historic buildings were gutted Lur my clashes Between Blacks and indians last August but it the Settle ment s trustees Call in the police they could be seen As accomplices in the forced removal of Blacks several of the trustees including Rambom Are National anti apartheid leaders the squatters victims of a housing shortage for Blacks crowded under South africans racial policies into to so called tribal homelands began erecting shacks to Days ago and the government has taken no action against them Ramgobin said he suspects the government and the Zulu Homeland of Kwa Zulu have tacitly approved the squatting hoping both to Hurt the Indian Congress and to allow expansion of the h o in Eland which begins across the Street from Phoenix replacement windows we make our own windows a roofing siding a electrical insulation All types of remodelling since 197s Bob Moore contracting co. Phone 532-9667 aging Boomers affect Market Washington apr it May not be time for my to add Lawrence Vav Elk to its stars but marketers will want to study new census figures show ing the number of teen agers is declining sharply while the Middle aged and elderly make up a vastly bigger share of americans mtg. The Channel offering non Stop Rock music has found its audience among Young people a segment of society that has dominated All sorts of marketing for years hut is now dwindling in strength yet to be seen is How that giant Post world War la baby Boom generation will change its tastes in music food clothing and other products As it surges into Middle age but however these people react they Are a bulge in the Puzzle of american society that is currently boosting the 35 to 44 age group into first place in National growth that age group jumped 23 9 percent to nearly 32 million people Between Imo and ims their growth of 6 i million people accounted for half of All the nations population increase Over that period the younger Brothers and Sisters of that group followed close behind accounting for a 13 3 percent increase in americans aged 25 to 34 to tween 1980 and 1985 but the second fastest growing group by percentage. Was the Quot old old those 85 and Over who increased 21 percent to 2.7 million Over the five years 3 fantastic ways to save a in too i co c 1 o j try 0 Sale lasts week Only. O c o 8 o Ltd c it 5 o to q o looking for a Home improvement i loan Knock on our door. Otters _ and Afaq Trust company ibo a. N9alditol member Odic eels Liverpool Wellsville Negley last Palestine Ohio f

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