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East Liverpool Evening Review (Newspaper) - May 15, 1986, East Liverpool, Ohio I tin i.\4 Iii a or sir Mas it i inti i is Serpool Hun deaths amp funerals Robert Zielinski or. Midlam Robert Quot concretes Zielinski or. 84. Of win Beaver ave. Noted area athlete of the 1920s and 10s. Died wednesday morning at the medical Center of Beaver county following an extended illness he was Horn dec 15, 1901, in Warsaw. Poland a son of the late an Drew Zielinski and Agues Zielinski or Zielinski was employed 38 years in the no 2 finishing Mill at the former Crucible steel co before retiring in 1966. And was a member of United steelworkers of America local 1212 he also was a member of the presentation Catholic Church and a past president of polish Falcons nest 138 or Zielinski was a member of the Pittsburgh independents athletic alumni association of Pennsylvania Tor boxing and football and was inducted into the Beaver county area boxing association Hall of Fame in 1973 and the Beaver county sports Hall of Fame As the Quot All around athlete a in baseball he played in 1915 to 1950 with the Butler All stars. Springdale Canonsburg stars. Pittsburgh City league St John Beaver county league and Midland Crucible league or Zielinski played Semi pro football from 1914 to 1932 for Art Rooney a hopi Harvey now the Pittsburgh steel Ersi Carrick Odds Bridgeville Sharpsburg tigers Homer Laughlin and the Midland merchants As an Amateur Boxer in 1922 25 he was undefeated in 35 fights and As a professional Boxer from 1925 to 1931 be posted 60 wins and one loss he is survived by his wife. Mary Pultanovich Zielinski at Home a son. Robert Zielinski or of Midland. A daughter Eleanor Zubaly of Center township a sister. Mary Kri Zmaich of Detroit Mich and four grandchildren a mass of Christian burial is to be celebrated at to a m at the Church with the Rev Donald Vav Mellvane As celebrant burial is to be in Beaver cemetery friends May Call from 7 to 9 tonight and from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p in at the d l Williams funeral Home where a Rosary is to Fie recited at 3 p in. Mary Salsberry new Cumberland mrs Mary Siochi Salsberry 7h. Of Mur Ray re died at 5 20 this morning at fast Liverpool convalescent Center no 2 follow my a Brief illness she was born in Italy feb to 1908, a daughter of the late Joseph Siochi and Theresa Gatta Siochi she was a member of the Glendale Church of the Nazarene her husband laude Emerson Salsberry. Died jct 17,1973 she is survived by a sister mrs Nick Tinney Bay of Elizabeth a and several nieces and nephews the Rev Bertram Grant is to con duct services at la a in saturday at the Turley funeral Home burial is to be in Shadow i in memorial gardens friends May Call at the funeral Home from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 p in Friday. James Mchenry services Are planned Friday for James h Mchenry of Smith St., Glenmoor who died tuesday of a ruptured aortic aneurysm while undergoing surgery at mercy Hospi Tal in Pittsburgh his wife. Margaret Mchenry died May 19.1975 survivors include a daughter mrs Jesse Dolores ii ii tie of Leechburg a the Rev Esther Scott Berry is to conduct the services at i p in at the Martin funeral Home burial is to be Riverview cemetery friends May Call at the funeral Home this afternoon and evening Wesley Breth Toronto Wesley Leland Breth infant son of Norman c. Breth and Julie Kaigh Nickerson Breth of Toronto rd2, was stillborn at 6 10 am wednesday at Ohio Valley Hospital in Steubenville besides his parents he is survived by two half Brothers. Norman Mark Breth and Michael Scott Breth of Alamosa Colo. A half sister Tara Kaigh Hartriek of Enterprise Alif. Maternal grandparents or and mrs Raymond it Patricia Mueller of Toledo. Ohio and paternal grandparents. Or and mrs Norman t Margaret a Breth of Toronto re private services and burial arc to be held at the convenience of the family the Clarke funeral Home is in charge of arrangements Mary Thornton mrs Mary l Thornton 64. Of Center St Wellsville died at 12 35 p in wednesday at the fast liver Pool friended care Center where she had been a patient one Day she had spent three weeks at City Ifo spi Tai follow ing a stroke she was Zwirn july 12. 1921, in Rochester. A. A daughter of the late Robert Henderson and Augustine Berry Henderson she is survived by her husband Chester a Thornton at Home four sons. Chester a Thornton or of Cleveland Heights Ohio Christopher Thornton of Cleveland Harry Thornton of Wellsville and or Jerome Thornton of Albany n y a daughter miss Christine Thornton of Cleveland seven grandchildren and three great grandchildren her son or Thornton is to conduct services at i p in saturday at the Maclean f funeral Home burial is to be in Spring Hill cemetery f friends May Call at the funeral Home from 7 to 9 p in f riday Lillian Beebout new Cumberland services Are scheduled Friday for mrs Lillian f ranges Beebout of second ave who died at 9 4o p in tuesday at fast Liverpool convalescent Center no 2 following a lengthy ii i Ness she was born in fast Liverpool a daughter of the late John Stephen son and Maryf Randolf Stephen son. Mrs Beebout had been employed As a liner at the former Taylor. Smith amp Taylor China co. She was a member of the first United pres by Terian Church Here her husband. Samuel Beebout. Died sept 1,1980 she is survived by a daughter mrs William Virginia Owings of new Manchester a sister. Mrs Myrtle Hutchinson of f ast Liverpool. And three grandchildren the Rev Richard Huggins is to conduct the services at i p in at the Turley f funeral Home burial is to in in new Cumberland cemetery f friends May Call at the funeral Home from 7 to 9 tonight workers continued f rom Page i though the Battle lines had been drawn and the Bill dissected line by line at a meeting tuesday of the House Commerce and labor com Mittee Rifle denied that he limited floor debate and said opponents did not ask to speak he and others pointed out that the major issues had been debated for More than a year in three study committees that included both Union and management representatives thirty five democrats and 39 republicans voted for the Legisla Tion while rep Ronald Amstutz r Wooster joined 21 democrats most of them from industrialized areas of the state in opposition Commerce and latter chairman Cliff Skeen d Akron who headed the House contingent on an informal joint conference committee that redrafted the original Senate Bill last week. Made a to minute presentation denying labor claims that it was shaped to meet the demands of employers Quot this is an equitable Bill for All the people of Ohio and for the injured worker Quot said Skeen adding that the Senate and House took Over the deliberations Only after six months of fruitless talks rep Robert Corbin. R Dayton said the need for the Bill became critical after a series of Ohio supreme court decisions liberalized benefits and. Critics said threatened the solvency of the system As Well As the state s ability to attract and retain Industry the joint committee made concessions to labor As Well As management in working out the Compromise. Rep Louis Blessing or. A Cincinnati. Told the House he mentioned provisions that doubled awards for amputees increased certain types of benefits for other disabled workers and guaranteed no wage loss to injured workers completing rehabilitation programs the most controversial part of the Bill places restrictions on the right of an injured worker under one recent court ruling to sue on grounds that his employers intentional acts caused the injury. The Bill provides that an intentional tort action May not be pursued unless a judge agrees that an injury was a result of an intentional act of an employer otherwise the Bill provides new definitions of Quot injury Quot and Quot occupational disease which accor Ding to labor testimony would deprive Many thousands of Ohio workers of legitimate claims. Milan Marsh president of the 800,000 member Ohio Al Cio said the legislation would disallow claims for instance of workers w to develop injuries Over an extended g nod from such things As heavy Ting he said that in All the Bill would return Ohio to the Quot sweatshop Days of the 1930s.&Quot rep. Shivers opposes worker comp. Proposal by Phil Porter review Columbus Bureau Columbus state rep John Shivers do Salem was one of 21 democrats who bolted ranks on House speaker Vern Rifle and voted against a worker s compensation Reform Bill the Bill which passed the House wednesday by a 74�?22 vote is staunchly opposed by organized labor but was supported by the democratic speaker As a necessary Compromise with the business comm Mummy the Compromise Bill allows workers to sue their employers for Quot intentional injuries Quot but provides a stricter definition of intentional tort than the definition written by the Ohio supreme court in 1984 after the vote. Shivers said he could not accept a provision that w Ould require injured w orders to file suit within one year after a death or the Date by which an injury should have been know n Quot that s too Shivers said Quot some injuries May not show up that he also believes the new definition of intentional tort will make it Quot very very difficult Quot for employees to sue their employers and win the Bill defines an intentional tort by an employer As an action done with a a a deliberate intent to cause an employee to suffer injury disease or death Quot i m not satisfied with the definition of intentional tort Quot Shivers said Quot the Standard is too High. And in a not convinced this Bill is totally Shivers did vote for the Bill in the House Commerce and labor com Mittee the Day before because he wanted to see a Bill voted on he said there Are some Good Points in the Bill such As the creation of a new d i Oklahoma became a state in 1906 with the merging of the former Indian territory and the Oklahoma territory Tri state area Community Calendar preparation of decorations for a Columbiana county senior citizens Day Observance in f ast Liverpool saturday Are made by five women at the Ceramic senior citizens Center Here. They Are left to right Eola Webb Gertrude Mccall Lillian Sehauer Jane Burlingame and Ruby Osburn. Photo by Fred f Ischer senior citizens saluted the periodic sing. Play and sing i p in Helen Cordray. Accordionist 1 30 p in Western Pennsylvania Mountain f Olk musicians 2pm-along 2 30 p in Naomi Roach soloist 3 p in Agnes Bulger dance studio 3.30 p in Rainbow players of Beaver local High school pm f ast Liverpool High school jazz band 4 30pm Fhi Zabeth Carter and group 5 p in a love notes 5 30 p in thumping for Jesus of Chester movies and games Are planned from 10a in to 4 p in old time movies will be show n in two rooms at the school cards will be played at to a in and at 4 p in Penny Bingo is to in offered Between 2pm and 4pm in the cafeteria discount coupons for shopping All Day Are being provided by the East Liverpool business Assoc a lion transportation to downtown the Broadway wharf the Chester Overlook and to the Quot new Stock Market continued f rom Page i Thompson Park is scheduled at to 15 a in and i p in of vening entertainment is scheduled from 6 to 9 pm a dance demonstration by the pottery squares is to be presented at 6 round and Square dancing to Quot the old rascals Quot is to follow also from 6 to 9. Bingo will be played in the cafeteria desserts provided by various seniors clubs of f ast Liverpool Are to be served at both events the Columbiana county office on aging is to provide transportation outside East Liverpool. The Ceramic try senior Center s two vans and two provided by Bradshaw motors will provide transportation w within the City new Vork a open my stocks stocks last change Amr s s 4 a i i q p w 3r� a a a i d $ g n n 4 9 a a a a i d s q we 436 �?�4 Alcoa 38 a 4 a b r a n d 8 7 j4 a a a a m c a n 69 1 a 4 a c y a n 7 i a a e i p w 2 4 a a h 0 in e 8 i a a /4 Martch ill h n am Mot 4 n at amp to 2 44 a Anchor 30 >4 a r m c 0 91 n a s h i o 11 554 of Rich 5 5 a a a Bell att s 624 a a b e 11 s o u 5 3a a Buhr s 3 8 is Boeing 5 5 4 Borden 60 c p c i n f 6 2 a co tans 2 i i n cd Fern 4 0 ? c h r y s s 3 6 a a Cocal la 0 a a i a c 0 i g a s 39 c r w z e i 494 a n Del 2 3 Dowych 5 4 a j a is d r e s r 1 7 a a n d u Pont 794 a >4 Ekok 5 8 ? a n Eaton 6 7 a Exxon 5 9 a fac 9 6 a a a 4 f i r e s t n 2 3�a forum 7 8 a a get 5 0 ? g n c 0 r p 666 n g n d y n 7 9 h it a j gent i 7 7 a n g m 0 t 7 6 is a n Gme 4 9 ? a n g a p a c 28 a Gillette 87�?Ts a 4 g or 1c h 39 a �?�4 Good y r 30 a n g t a t p c 2 3 Ore Yah 3 5 a a n h e r c u i s 4 7 human 2 8 a a n it top 46�?T a a a i n g e r r 6 2 j4 i b m i 4 7 a a n j 0 y m f g 25 s a n Kmart 50 j a n k a i s r a i 20 k 1 in b c i 8 0�a k 0 be r s 29 a a a k Roger 52 a a n lop 7 7 a n v 1 m a n v i 3 m c d e r i i 7 n m c d n d 7 8 a a Mead 4 6 a 4 Mem i 0 i Jan 1� Mobil 3 0 n a n nor 5 2 6 a in conjunction with the Celebration groundbreaking is scheduled at la a m for the Ceramic City senior court at 650st. Clair ave James Mcgowan is master of ceremonies the ministerial association will offer invocation and american legion 374 is to present the colors the fast Liverpool High school choir directed by Ted Koenig will sing the National Anthem mayor Norman Bucher will Welcome those present sister Patricia Rodgers is to present an award from gov Richard Celeste a Grant for $33,000 was provided by the Ohio department on aging Columbiana county commissioner Donald distribution set the local 419 f Ood pantry of Homer Laughlin China co is to distribute food to Laid off employees from to toll a in sat urday at the Union Hall on fifth St., East Liverpool those who wish More information May Call Carol land Fried at 532-4907 Cove dish planned the Chester Golden age club is to hold a Cove dish dinner Friday at 12 30 pm prior to the regular meeting at Westminster presbyterian Church meeting slated a fourth degree knights of Columbus meeting is to be held tonight at r at St George s Church in Lisbon Board meeting set the Board of directors of amp f ire inc is to meet tonight at 7 at the Bryan Center in Dixonville meeting scheduled the Wellsville Junior tigers Are to meet at 7 tonight at the Towne Hall in Wellsville fund raising projects Are to be discussed Ron Gibson is president meeting set the East Liverpool Board of Public utilities is to meet in regular session thursday at i in Council Chambers on the second floor of City Hall the Agenda includes discussion of Public session a construction update finance and new business Tea slated an Lowe is to speak on pro Monica Thomann also w ill Lect fulfilment and or offer comments an appreciation for Calcutta when the Ceramic City senior housing Council is to break ground and the Ellis choir will offer the closing song luncheon will immediately follow at St Aloysius cafeteria Here amp there in area prices listed for area firms Market information provided by Merrill Lynch Pierce f Enner amp Smith 517 Broadway East Liverpool. Stock Market am Al per 24j4 unc Hnud Anch Hock Banne Rind Coit my comb eng due in Light Ferro corp Jim Walt Ltd Nat Intro up Ogden corp Ohio de 30 19< a a a 7�T� a 34 j 8 i a 4 13j�unchngd 35a �?T4 42j4 t14 7 a 4-1 a 22j4 a a 31 184aunchngd Quaker state 28 e unc Hnud whig Pitts not open reunion slated members of the Beaver local High school class it 1981 arc planning a live year reunion aug 2 those interested in More information May write p o Box 2621. East Liverpool and include a current address Courtesy asked saturday from 9 a in to noon the Ceramic City senior housing Council asks that no one Park at 650 St Clair ave. Next to Keystone printing co groundbreaking ceremonies Are to be held thereat la Driver cited Jacquie s Clark 40. Of Box 328 route 45. Wellsville was cited at 14 a m wednesday for violating a traffic signal in Chester. Police reported she is to appear saturday in municipal court refuse schedule refuse collections Are due f riday on Morton. Avondale. Cadmus and Sophia its. Daisy Alley. Mckinnon ave Oak. Riverview Perry North and Pope it Montgomery and Jennings aves session planned the Hancock county commission is to meet in special session f riday at 9 a m to canvass votes and take care of any other necessary business f ire out City firefighters responded to a 12 36 pm Call of a cur fire tuesday at the 1615 Montgomery ave Home of Judy Newtz. The fire was out upon arrival with no apparent damage firemen said reservations due Friday is the deadline or reservations Tor a sports ban Juet to by held at Wells Junior High school at 6 30 . May 27 reservations for athletes Are free and those for parents Are $1 each Lach family is to bring a Cove dish help needed those who wish to help the Southern rur it an club mow grass at Springhill cemetery in Wellsville Are to be at the cemetery saturday at 9 a in Charles Glass is presi Dent seniors Day set senior citizens Day is to by held saturday from 9a in to9p in. At St. Aloysius school the admission fee of $3.50 covers the Cost of breakfast dinner supper and entertainment. Patients admitted admitted to Salem Community Hospital were Sarah Mckinnon of East Liverpool Walter Miller of Lis and Johnny p r z a k of Salineville patients discharged discharged from Salem Community Hospital were Robert Mountz. Helen Mountz Lee Burley and Vicky Davis of Lisbon Jean Needham and Terry Madison of Salineville f be now asked f or a modelling and Talent workshop planned saturday at ohm pie Village la. A $10 fee is to be charged for one Mother and one child Nancy Poole of Glen Burnie. Md., National director of the miss Usa Glamour girl pageant is to speak address clarified mrs Alfred f Ricano stated Larry Wolfe. Who recently was arrested by City police and gave his address As hoi St Lair ave. Does not live at that address f Ricano said she owns the property from which Wolfe was evicted More than a month ago in 1973. The United states lifted an embargo on arms ship ments to India and Pakistan Tea Hemen tary school volunteers is scheduled at 2 Friday in the school cafeteria said Wanette Adkins Volunteer coordinator seniors to meet the original grand parents club is to meet Friday at the trawl ers hotel following a noon luncheon dance slated the pottery City squares dance club is to hold a dance from 8 to 10 30 Friday at the knights of Columbus Hail on w f fifth St., East Liverpool club caller Kevin Smith is to Call All area clubs and All dancers Are invited. Speakers slated atty and mrs. Jos e p h Sally Baronzzi Are to be guest speakers at a meeting of the East Liverpool area right to life chapter f riday at 7 30 at Northside Church. The Public is invited those who wish further information May Call Tammy Lara at 385-9162 auction planned an annual Community auction is to be held saturday beginning at 6 30 pm at Highland town Volunteer fire department on state route 39 furniture. Toys. Antiques and miscellaneous items As Well As refreshments Are to be sold dinner Dant e set a dinner dance and installation Are to be held saturday begin my at 6pm at amen can legion Post 374 Post. Auxiliary and sons of the legion officers Are to by installed dance planned a dance is to to held saturday from 8 30 toll 30 at the Brush Creek Grange on Salineville Irondale re admission is $2 for adults and $1 for child Ren Stan Baker and the music makers Are to provide music refreshments Are to to available meeting set the women s auxiliary of the co mum to Rescue Mission is to meet at 7 30 monday at the Mission on Pennsylvania ave women of Trinity presbyterian Church Are to present the program and women of the Etruria St Church of god Are to serve refreshments presi Dent Grace Lawrence asks members to bring bathroom tissue to the meeting dance slated the Wellsville Junior tigers Are to hold an adult Spring fling dance saturday beginning at 7 at the Towne Hall in Wellsville Don Marple is disc jockey Ron Gib son is president Square dance set the Jamie hammers Square dance club is to hold a modern Western Square dance at the Vanport fire Hall saturday at 8pm the caller is to by Jack Hague Lions to meet members of the Newell Lions club Are asked to meet at Wayne six s garage f riday at 6 pm. To prepare the Clown Trues for a state convention Parade Satur Day in Charleston. Viva banquet slated the annual Wells Junior High band ban Quet is set f riday at 6 in the school Multi purpose room band boosters officers for 1986-87 Are to be in stalled a party for band students is to follow the banquet. Teen s car hits truck Chester Laura Mackall. 18. Of 932 or Chard Grove ave. East Liverpool was cited for failure to yield right of Way i hurs Dav at to 15 when her Auto entered route 30 from old route 30 and struck a pickup truck driven by Mark l Maple. 31. Of 501 Louisiana ave., Chester police said Mackall told police she did not see the Stop sign at the intersection and was unable to Stop in time to avoid hitting the westbound truck f front sections of both vehicles were dam aged the report said she is to appear saturday in Chester municipal court Bon k r u county Omestad on ground pools what is happening to county property a that there is not sufficient Money to repair and improve build Ings. And that they Are deteriorating mrs. Jeanne Rumburg acting chairman of the Columbiana county Extension service. Mrs Diane Shik maker. Agricultural agent and Jeff King. 4 h agent presented the report to commissioners mrs Rumburg said commission ers had seen a similar report on Jackson county at the annual Quot commissioners Day Quot held by the Extension service in 1985. And had requested such a report at that time Rawford received data for the report from the county auditor s office mrs Rumburg said the auditor s office was very cooperative in providing All information needed for the report. Preparation of the report re quires Many hours of work and mrs Rumburg said she could not estimate the Cost of such a report if payment was required. A Rawford a District specialist noted in the report that Quot this is one of the Mamy services you receive with the funding of the county Extension office continued from Page i. It he also noted that when working with such a lot of numbers typing there is a Chance of error and if there Are any such errors they will he corrected upon notification the report containing More than 50 pages is to be copied so each officeholder can have a copy to review his expenditures graphs Are provided Tor a Quick analysis of How they have moved up and Clow n the past seven veal s Craw lord also included several pages of Quot tax terminology terms for Ohio used in the report the information presented according to Crawford is for educational purposes giving an Opportunity to see trends Ana make comparisons in spending commissioner Donald Lowe said he believes the information would have been very helpful last year when commissioners were presenting information to county residents in support of the permissive tax. Commissioner John Viargo said this Type of information he believes. Is an absolute necessity in establishing budgets and appropriations for the county and the comparisons can be used for this purpose in the future j 4/ passport to pleasure a it _. of fencing styles be the watergate hydroxy Apa built in to deck now Only fully carpeted Pat 0 extruded aluminium coping set had a sweep Tot Cen de factory outlet $3,999 nationwide 1-s00-321-9010 Austintown 351o Mahoning ave 793-3348 Salem 1826 s. Ellsworth ave. 337-9937

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