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Elyria Chronicle Telegram (Newspaper) - April 05, 1990, Elyria, OhioA-4 chronic let Telegram april 5, 1990 speak up for Lithuania lawmakers Tell Bush Washington a the House on wednesday overwhelmingly approved a Resolution urging president Bush to reaffirm his commitment to Lithuania As one lawmaker compared the Baltic Republic s quest for Independence with that of the United states. A Short while ago a Small Brave country did what a Young courageous America did More than 200 years said rep. William Broomfield a Mich. Broomfield and five other House members visited Stasys Lozoraitis the lithuanian charge d affairs Here to give him a copy of the declaration of Independence. House members voted 416-3 to approve a Resolution urging the president to reaffirm his commitment to an Independent Lithuania and take Steps to nor Malize diplomatic relations Between Washington and the Baltic state. The Resolution which carries no Legal weight is similar to one passed earlier by the Senate. Democratic reps. David obey of Wisconsin David Nagle of Iowa and George Crockett of Michi Gan opposed the House Resolution. Meanwhile 31 senators told Bush in a letter that . Warn Ings against the use of military Force in Lithuania have been ineffective. The administration the letter said must spell out the consequences Moscow will face if More Force is used. Sen. Claiborne Pell d-n.y., chairman of the Senate foreign relations committee criticized Moscow for turning a deaf ear on the desires of the lithuanians. If the soviets fail to recognize the rights of the lithuanians the Case could reverse the Progress that has been made in .-so Viet relations Pell said. The congressional appeals came As Secretary of state James a. Baker Iii said there Are indications the soviets May be considering a referendum in Lithuania to determine the Republic s future. Lithuania was at the top of the Agenda in Baker s meeting with visiting soviet foreign minister Eduard Shevardnadze. Senate majority Leader George Mitchell a Maine and Senate minority Leader Bob Dole r-kan., met late wednes Day with Shevardnadze at the soviet embassy. The senators had requested the meeting and Shevardnadze said i appreciate your visiting our asked How his session with Baker went Shevardnadze said the two discussed issues in a constructive he declined to answer whether the United states had made any Ohio gets mixed grades on economic report card Washington a Ohio s economic report card contains grades from a to but the state s Overall business climate earned Good Marks. Along with the rest of the Industrial Midwest Ohio s econ omy is improving said Doug Ross president of the nonprofit corporation for Enterprise development which used 150 measurements to evaluate state economic climates. Recent investments in technology infrastructure and skill improvements As Well As Industry modernization have paid off in new economic strength for the rust Belt states Ross said in the report released today. Ohio received passing grades in each of four major categories and placed among the top 10 states in its Best category state the state was ranked seventh out of 50 in the policy category and Given a Grade of based on the tax environment Assis Tance for local development technology research Export pro motion and other factors. Ohio s worst Grade was a a in business a category in which Ohio placed no.40 out of 50. Just As a final exam makes or Breaks a Grade an of in a sin Gle measurement Sank Ohio s score in that category. The vitality Grade was poor because Ohio was ranked very Low for the number of new companies and the number of companies owned by women and minorities. Ohio s Grade for its Basic eco nomic building blocks worker skill Levels availability of Busi Ness capital roads sewers and other basics slipped to a a after two straight years of a Grade of but again the Grade was weighted Down with a single Inadequacy. In the area of Edu cation Ohio ranked Low with 17 percent of household Heads hav ing four years of College and 73 percent of household Heads hav ing graduated from High school. In Overall High school graduation percentages Ohio was in the Middle of the states. The report suggested the Low percentages might reflect the growing problems of Urban youths High dropout rates drug related crime and teen pregnancy Ohio s Grade for Overall eco nomic performance improved in the new report from a to the authors included Ohio As one of the Midwest states in which activist governors built on their states strengths to restructure and rebuild the Basic foundations of their a Republican lawmaker agreed that democratic gov. Richard Celeste should get the credit or the blame for Ohio s economic performance. The governor is primarily responsible because of the nature of said state sen. City that barred White expressing sympathy Kokomo ind a Ryan White s hospitalization has softened hearts in the town that fought to bar him from its schools where residents recall the painful episode As an unavoidable chapter in the nation s education on aids " i Don t think that anybody in Kokomo feels Good about what said Art Peirce a longtime resident he described Kokomo s reaction to White As one of fear if it had t happened Here i would have happened some where else. It allowed the nation to focus on the problem so some Good did come out of it that fear has certainly been modified through Educa Tion and White. 18, remained in critical condition today at Riley Hospital for children in India Napolis with an aids related respiratory infection complicated by Haemophilia doctors said wednesday his condition had stabilized. White is on a life support system that helps him breathe. He has been unconscious and heavily sedated so the life sup port system would function More efficiently his physician or Martin b Kleiman said patients As ill As White had recovered. Chronicle Telegram april 5, 1990 no. 95 founded july . Hudnutt publisher 1927-1950 How to Contact us circulation Elyria non toll area 329-7000 All other areas 1-800-848-6397 pub chef Arthur d Hudnutt general manager Timothy m sow Csc managing editor Arnold Miller editorial Page editor Andrew v Ruckman adverting director j3ck e Weaver circulation manager Gary cflz3ri pendent Arthur d Hudnutt Board chairman Otto b Schoepfle tre Ourer Philip w Kelly editorial cry editor editorial Page Edi editor but Meti editor managing editor editor editor encore editor sunday editor regional editor 329-7155 329-7112 329-7146 329-7134 329-7126 329-7132 329-7137 329-7217 329-7125 329-7182 advertising retail hotlines 329-7205 or 329-7206 classified hotline 329-7170 or toll 1-800-848-6397 office hours Are Sam to 5 p m daily saturdays 8 a m to noon Home delivery service Elyria non toll area 329-7230 All other areas 1-800-848-6397 phone hours Are Sam to 7 p m won Fri 6 a m -11 a m sat Sun office hours Are Sam to 5 p m monday thru Friday s a m to noon saturday closed sunday Home delivery by Carrier daily sunday 00 per week adult motor route delivery daily sunday 00 per week payable m Advance mail within United states payable in Advance daily sunday 00 per year sunday Only 00 per year chronicle Telegram uses 110-020 is published daily except Christmas by the Lorain county printing and publishing company 225 East ave Elyria Ohio 44035 second class postage paid at Elyria Ohio 44035 postmaster Send address changes to the chronicle Telegram to box4010 Elyria Ohio 44036 Charles Horn a Dayton chair Man of the science technology and economic development committee. You can pass legis lation but the management of these programs is done by the administration s the Celeste administration which received a copy of the report wednesday afternoon responded to a request for com ment by distributing its review of Ohio s Economy at the end of the decade. There has not been any rust on Ohio s Economy or business environment for the past several Celeste said in the report. To the contrary Ohio has become a shining example for other states to follow As they prepare for the global Chal Lenges of the 1990s." Celeste s list of Ohio s areas of Progress since the recession of the Early 1980s s included h investments by american and japanese automakers. B modernization and expansion of manufacturing Indus tries. B the technology centers of the Thomas Edison program. B growth of banking finance and tourism. B unemployment rate decline from a Peak of 12.5 percent in 1982 to 5.0 percent in september 1989. H total annual exports of billion and a Trade surplus with Canada. Ugliest dog or a poor cutesy Genie a 9-year-old purebred afghan poodle was named the ugliest dog in a contest for subscribers of the Chambersburg a Public opinion newspaper. The dog is owned by Karen Warner who got it at the humane society in Waynesboro a. The dog was in a fire when it was a Puppy causing it to lose its hair and since has lost a tooth causing its Tongue to hang from its Mouth. Abu Nadaf wants hostages free Beirut Lebanon a the guerrilla faction of pales Tinian terrorist Mastermind Abu Nidal said today that it was making contacts with a View to releasing at least one of the hos tages it holds. Walid Khaled spokesman for Fatah revolutionary Council said the group was making immediate contacts with the concerned parties in line with a Call by libyan Leader Moa mar Qadhafi. The group has said it holds eight hostages a French woman Jacqueline Valente 32 her two daughters born in Captivity named liberte and Palestine and five belgians. Elyria from Page Al about 46 percent of the forms mailed two weeks ago to Resi dents in a five county area have been returned Hall said. In Early May Hall said enumerators will follow up on forms not returned and addresses added to the Bureau s master list since the March 22 mailing it la take them probably All month depending on the Hall said. Thelma Huntley 68, has lived at Kensington Square a 192-unit Complex on South abbe Road since 1979. She can t remember participating in 1980, but said other Long time residents recalled being counted in the last census. You would think they would have those she said. Everybody in the building we re All Virginia Ziehm marketing and Public relations director at the Abb Wood a Complex hous ing 85 senior citizens on South abbe said a visit by a census enumerator had been arranged in response to concern from Resi dents. I Don t know of one of our residents that has received the said Ziehm adding that at least some had received the postcard reminders. Hall said the postcards were sent out independently of the forms regardless of address. He said Kensington Square and Abb Wood would be included in mailings before april 15 or in personal visits by enumerators afterwards. Hall said both complexes might fall into the category of group which includes jails hospitals and nursing Homes. Inhabitants of these facilities Are counted at one time by an enumerator. Hall was unable to pin Down exactly Why Riverview residents had their forms while those at Kensington Square did not. It s not As easy As you d think to come up with a definite he said. Residents of group living quarters at the Elyria methodist Home will be counted at one time while residents in individual cottages received their forms by mail. The 19 residents at ferry nursing Home were counted this week during a personal visit by a census worker according to an employee at the Home. Demands about Lithuania. In their letter to Bush the 31 senators led by Sens. Bill Arm Strong r-colo., and Donald Riegle d-Mich., said . Warn Ings against using Force in Lithuania Haven t worked. The soviets have continued to increase their military activity in the letter said mentioning the soviets decision to expel foreign journalists and diplomats from Lithuania and the deployment of additional soviet armed personnel carriers in the Republic. Awards from Page Al the it competed with news papers having circulations from to the Lorain journal received six awards including two first place winners. Terry Goodman received a first place award for front Page layout and James c. Bobel received a first place award for spot news photo. Among newspapers with circulations of More than the Plain dealer won eight awards. Among papers with less than circulation the Norwalk reflector won nine awards including first place in breaking news for coverage of a Tornado. Former it reporter Andrew Zajac and two fellow reporters at the Akron Beacon journal took first place honors in investigative reporting for papers with circulations of More than in the same division former it copy editor Sam Roe now a reporter with the Toledo Blade took third place honors in enter prise reporting. Also is made up of the 72 a served daily newspapers in Ohio. The division in which the it competed was judged by 25 Edi tors at the record in Hacken sack . Lamp Kin from Page Al limits but Domestic relations judge Joseph Zieba has refused to Grant that request. George Nyerges of Cleveland Lampkin s attorney said wednesday that he plans to file with the Ohio supreme court next week a Hareas Corpus Appeal claiming the authorities Are illegally holding Lampkin. Sherry Newman Spenzer who is handling the Case for the prosecution said wednesday she has a hearing tentatively scheduled for Friday a hearing which she Hopes will put an end to the situation. Lampkin was jailed after refusing to allow Laboratory technicians to draw his blood to be used for genetic testing. Court report Elyria municipal court George h. Fer6uson. Judge tuesday. March 27 cob Pim by court Victor Dacosta 238 Howe St Elyria no operator s License. 10 Days in jail suspended and ail on condition of obtaining a valid operator s License within 30 Days Dean Taylor 353 Belmont ave. Elyria complicity 10 Days in jail suspended on condition of one year Good behaviour social behaviour class for theft restitution of through probation county to get million for roads by Glen Miller it staff writer Elyria the county s Road improvement efforts will get a boost of nearly million from Federal funds that had been ear marked for renovating Cleve land s main Avenue Bridge Lorain county Engineer Ken Neth Carney said wednesday. The Money is the county s share of More than million in Federal transportation improvement program Money that will be distributed by the Northeast Ohio Are wide coordinating Agency. The funds originally were to be used for a major maintenance project on the Cleveland Bridge this year. They Are being redistributed by the Agency which allocates Federal funds for Lorain Cuya hoga Medina Beauga and Lake counties. I m not sure what happened but either they got a lower bid or they found some alternative Carney said. Regardless it frees Money for other the funds will be spent on much needed paving projects for portions of Butternut Ridge West Ridge Grafton and Baum Hart roads. Three additional projects also Are under consideration but Carney would not reveal what they Are until they Are approved by the commissioners. He must set aside million out his million 1990 budget for the projects. The local Money is the 25 percent local match required for the Federal a those allocated for Road and Bridge projects in metropolitan areas according to Charles Blair Carney s administrative assistant. Carney had forecast a Bare Bones Road and Bridge maintenance program following voter rejection of increased License plates fees last november. But this is going to be a tremendous help to us because there is no Way we could have afforded to do this by ourselves there s no Way we would have million Blair said. All funds must be spent by 1991 or returned to the Federal government. It s a use it or lose it Deal. We have the projects to use it Carney said. The million will not be for Mally released until the four to seven Road projects proposed by Carney Are approved by the Lorain county commissioners. Pease wants is fund exempted from budget plan by Lawrence Budd it staff writer . Rep. Don j. Pease a Oberlin today introduced a Bill in Congress to remove social Security from the annual Strug Gle to lower the Federal budget deficit. Pease s Bill would exempt the social Security Trust fund from the calculation of the Gramm Rudman budget deficit reduction targets. While several other budget Reform proposals have been introduced including a number that would remove social Secu Rity from the budget calculations Pease said his Bill which had no co sponsors takes into account the greater difficulty of overcoming the deficit without the social Security funds. It s Plain wrong for the presi Dent and the Congress to use social Security fund surpluses to mask Federal spending in other Pease said. Doing so makes social Security a convenient ongoing target for budget cuts. That makes no Pease s Bill also injects More honesty into Federal budget Defi Cit reduction efforts he said. For example the Gramm Rud Man deficit target for 1990 is billion. Without the social Security Trust fund surplus the deficit would be Well Over billion. The Pease Bill would stretch out the Gramm Rudman deficit reduction schedule by two years and require a balanced Federal budget not counting social Secu Rity by 1995

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