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Greenville Record Argus (Newspaper) - May 24, 1986, Greenville, Pennsylvania Steel spokesmen lobby for right to sue quota violators Dot in to i i a of if a of Ani i m _ in no tin Tinno i Hong i f a of Ain no o f on record Argus saturday May 24, in Page j by William Matthews record Argus Washington Bureau Washington a As protectionist Trade legislation moved toward a vote in the House the specially steel Industry lobbied for an amendment that would enable it to sue american importers who violate . Trade Laws. The Industry which manufacturers stainless steel Alloy steel and other forms of specialized and High Quality steel also wants quotas placed on specially steel imports. President Reagan has repeatedly resisted imposing quotas and said this week he would veto the House Trade Bill if it gets As far As the White House. Rather than impose quotas to limit steel imports the Reagan ministration has negotiated a voluntary restraint agreements with the worlds major steel producing nations. Richard p. Simmons chief executive of Allegheny Ludlum steel corp., said restraint agreements Haven to worked. Specially steel imports were to be limited to about four percent of the . Market but they Nave captured about 24 percent of the Market he said. Imports have forced two specially steel companies into bankruptcy since 1984, when the International Trade commission recommended that import quotas be placed on steel products Simmons said. Simmons is chairman of the specially steel Industry of the Untera states a lobbying organization for the specially steel Industry. Foreign specially steel producers have resorted to a Range of tricks to get around the voluntary restraint agreements he said. Some nations Misabel products. Others ship steel products to non steel producing nations which have no restraint agreements with the United states. Those countries then Export to the . The japanese have begun producing stainless steel with a chromium Content of 11.4 percent. . Trade regulations identify stainless steel As having 11.5 or More chromium thus the japanese stainless steel comes in unregulated Simmons said. The ability of steel producing countries to get around . Import restrictions is pushing the american specially steel Industry to the Brink he said. The steel companies that Are Hurt by import violations have nowhere to turn Tor compensation for financial losses. Simmons read portions of a letter from an importer who vowed tha no matter what the Price of american made specially steel products comparable european steel would always a just be most european steel companies receive government payments so they can undercut the lowest prices american steel companies can charge he said. If american companies could sue . Importers who help foreign exporters violate . Trade restrictions a that would be the biggest deterrent a he said. County Grange travelling series finishes with i m proud to be an american theme by Mary Jane Egger record Argus correspondent three Fine programs on a a in a proud to be an american concluded the series of county Grange travelling programs when 126 members Ana guests met at Kennard Grange Ugar Grove township pleasant Ridge and Friendship Granges were cohorts Marie Bush Stony Point lecturer Sang two original songs about boy scouts and the history of Cust Ologa town. Her program told the history of scouting. Darlene Gruber a Den Mother in Greenville and her sons Tod and John gave the Story of boy scouts As it was founded in England in 1908, and How it travels to America in 1910 because of a Good deed done for an american businessman in England that had made an impression that lasted. The special events that leading up to the gala july 4th Celebration Ana the repairs being made on the statue of Liberty were described by Chris and Joel Straub. Mrs. Bush concluded with her original version of a buy american with the group joining her in song. Fred lawyer was narrator for pleasant Ridge Grange Fairview township Ana presented a voices of America a an historical singing trip showing How religious choruses came from Holland Yankee Doodle was Sung by soldiers fighting for our Freedom and Dixie was Sung by the Confederate troops during the sorrowful time of the civil War the Santa be Trail opened the West a ooh Susanna was the theme song of the Gold Rush Days Cowboy and Railroad songs color our musical heritage and Are mixed in with All the ethnic songs and dance brought Here to make a great nation Virginia Sims remembered mothers and grandmothers at the meeting. Phyllis Cassidy and John Reefer introduced West Salem Grange program West Salem township and or. Reeher Tola of what a a heal american is. A piano selection was played by Kathryn Holbrook and West Salem Junior Grange Sang a god gave us a few special songs were highlighted for the group and it was explained How the British soldiers originally poked fun at our makeshift army of patriots by singing Yankee Doodle Dandy. But. The Continental soldiers took it As their own song and used it in Triumph Cassidy said Emma Lazarous was an intelligent Young girl and a crusader Tor homeless jewish immigrants when she penned the words mow made famous on the Pedestal of the statue of Liberty a give me your tired your poor. A a humorous version of the a a Farmers a last will was Given and the concluding song of the program series was a tour re a Grana old Flag a much needed computer Marie Hamilton left Sandy Creek environmental Center wan director Nancy Christy. Record conservancy president checks Over Mckeever Board chairman or. Argus photo by Nancy elder new donated computer at Mckeever Charles puget and acting Center Mckeever nature Center receives badly needed computer system a police log a a a a a a area woman son Hurt in hit and run Benjamin Fisher son of Eli and Barbara Fisher was discharge deaths by Nancy elder record Argus correspondent Mckeever state environmental Center located near Sandy Lake received a very much needed gift when the Sandy Creek conservancy donated a computer and hard line Printer. Mrs. Marie Hamilton Sandy Creek conservancy president presented the computer to Mckeever Board chairman or. Charles Fuget during the tuesday evening ceremony. The gift was Given in memory of conservancy member Isabel Decoudres who died last year. The gift was a Long Range goal of the conservancy which raised funds on a �?oc-30�?� club membership plan. Under the 30 plan too friends of the Center contribute $30 to join the according to or Robert Baldwin treasurer of the Conser Vancy 75 members have already joined. The Commonwealth established Mckeever in 1974 As an overnight resident facility for environmental learning and conservation programs. Seven thousand students from Many areas participated in it i programs there last year Nancy Christy mckee__________0 director said an intern from England Ann Riley recently spent eight weeks at Mckeever learning solar Energy use techniques under the centers gunship Earth program. Many schools Are requesting the gunship Earth class for the 1986-87 walking Here a Christy said a this is a nationally known Center worldwide actually we Are the Only Center of its kind at the present time but other parts of the world Are looking at our programs a she added that several countries Are presently beginning similar programs using the successes at Mckeever As their guide. A pending $100,000 state refurbishing Grant will buy new roofs for several buildings new water fountains audio visual equipment gutters downspouts and walkways. Other planned improvements include covering trails with Wood chips to Aid school year and some May have to take the course in the dead of Winter for All of them to be accommodated. Christy said. A we Are growing. They schools Are knocking Down the doors to get in Christy said the Center Hopes to appoint a full time director by the end of june. The facility has been without a full time director since Dick Touvell left last year for a similar Post in Eastern Pennsylvania from Greenville regional Hospital Friday and his Mother is listed in satisfactory condition according to a Hospital spokesman Benjamin his father and Mother were injured when a car operated by a hit and run Driver struck their buggy on Kennard Conneaut Lake Road about one mile North of Atlantic at about i yesterday according to state police at Meadville. Eli Fisher was released Early Friday. Four other children were uninjured in the Accident. Police said they Are continuing to investigate the Accident. Child safety Day program presented Given preventive information and the Penn Ohio chapter of friends of child find a local chapter of the new York based missing children awareness organization will have a child safety Day on sunday at the Shenango Valley mall Sharon the program will be presented from noon until 4 30 . There will be no charges or fees for participating in this program. Parents and guardians will be materials they can provide to assist authorities should they Ever have a missing child the material includes a Complete identification record of the child including vital statistics dental records. Photograph and fingerprints. In addition abduction awareness talks will be presented Hershey enters state House skirmish Harrisburg api the biennial liquor control fight in Pennsylvania has taken a bitter turn with a Battle Over a Sweet a alcoholic chocolate. Two weeks after persuading a reluctant state House to approve leg Slation allowing the manufacture of liquor filled chocolate a tiny Pocono mountains company faces new opposition from a powerful Pennsylvania citizen a the giant Hershey foods corp Hershey placed Large ads in 32 Pennsylvania newspapers for two Days this week urging the Senate to kill the Bill a it s a David and Goliath situation a said Janina Sitko an official with Ermark inc., which is pushing the Bill so it can build a Candy Plant employing to people a your position is that any amount of alcohol has Hie potential for harm to children a countered John Long. Hershey foods spokesman a consumption by youngsters be encouraged and to Nat a what we feel the manufacture of alcohol filled Candy would do a Flora Budd Flora b Budd. 68. Formerly of 395 Vernon Road died Friday May 23. 1986. At Shadyside Hospital Pittsburgh born july 16, 1917, in Pittsburgh she was the daughter of Andrew and Bertha Busch. Her husband. Mathias Budd survives. She was a member of St. Michael a roman Catholic Church a son. Robert Budd. Bethel Park a daughter Barbara Smith. Green Ville three Brothers Anthony Busch. Herman Busch and Robert Busch two Sisters. Jean Synowiec and Madeline Lavorini Llu grandchildren and two great grandchildren survive Phyllis Foulk Agnew Phyllis Foulk Agnew 425434 Wildwood Way Harborcreek township died Friday May 23. At St. Vincent health Center Erie. Born nov. 15, 1943 in Greenville she was a daughter of Harry and Kathryn Campbell Foulk her husband. Gary w Agnew survives. She was employed by Harborcreek school District and was a member of East Minster United presbyterian Church Erie. A daughter Lisa m Agnew at Home a son Craig a. Agnew at Home her Mother a brother. Richard l. Foulk Greenville and a sister. Mrs. Thomas Donna Marshall Birmingham ala., survive. Her father died previously. Mrs. Harold Carrie Luella Cooper Carrie Luella Cooper 69. Of Transfer re 2 and formerly of Fredonia died Friday May 23, 1986, at 7 . At her Home born dec. 23, 1916 in la Kawan Nock township she was the daughter of . And Mary Luella Edeburn Swartz. Mrs Cooper was a member of Fredonia United presbyterian Church and the women a association of the Church she Sang in the choir for Many years she married Harold Cooper Jan 6.1962 her husband survives along with six daughters mrs. Edward Dorothy Dyll Transfer mrs. John Delores Koscinski North Adams. Mass., mrs Floyd Barbara Owen jr., Jamestown. Mrs. John Janet Smargiasso Greenville Bonnie Cooper Sharon and Dina Rheaume Sudsbury. Canada a son. Terry Shook. Westford a. Two Sisters. Frieda Swartz. R d. I Mercer and mrs. Raymond Mabel Whiting. Pulaski three Brothers Dona did Swartz. West Middlesex Gerald Swartz. Brookfield Ohio and Willis Swartz new Wilmington to grandchildren and three great grandchildren two Sisters. Marie Mcconnell and mrs. Marguerite Pelles two Brothers. Delmar and Harold died previously. Mrs. Low Ell t. Betty a Hoovler Betty Hoovler 65. Formerly of 209 College ave., Fredonia died Friday May 24, 1986. At Greenville regional Hospital following an extended illness. She was born Jan. 13, 1921 in Mercer the daughter of Donald and Margaret Slater Hamilton. On August 28, 1943, she married Lowell t. Hoovler. Who died dec. 29.1978. Mrs Hoovler was a member and vice president of Blue Star mothers of Fredonia three daughters Marcia. Raleigh. N c., Barbara and Kathy at Home four sons. Lowell jr., Hermitage Paul of Hubert n c., Ralph Hadley and Dale at Home her Mother. Margaret Jackson a sister. Mrs Howard Doris Chapin Jackson Center five Brothers. William. Wilcox. Aril. James. Fayetteville. N c., Jack Grove City Joseph of Ambler and Richerd red Bluff. Cal. And nine grandchildren survive. A son David m. Died May 8.1979funerals Budd a Flora b., 68. Of 3% Vernon Road. Funeral services will be held at noon monday May 26. 1986 in the Chapel of St Michael a roman Catholic Church the Rev Ralph Ciaiola of the Church will officiate friends will be received from 2 to 4 8 in and 7 to 9 . Saturday and unav in the Paul l. Henney inc. Funeral Home in Bethel Park. Burial will be in St. Michael a roman Catholic cemetery. Agnew Phyllis Foulk. 42. Of 5434 Wildwood Way Harbor Creek township. Funeral will be tuesday. May 27 at i at Dusckas funeral Home inc. East 2607 Buffalo Road Erie. The Rev. Donald Chichester of East Minster United presbyterian Church will officiate. Friends will be received monday from 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 . In the funeral Home burial will be in Wintergreen Gorge cemetery. Memorial contributions Mas be made to East Minster United presbyterian Church 2320 East Lake Road. Erie a. 16511 or american cancer society 549 West 8th St. Erie a. 16502 Cooper a Carrie Luella. 69. Of Transfer re 2. Services will be at la tuesday May 27. At Fredonia United presbyterian Church. The Rev. Galen Joe Macdonald pastor Fredonia United presbyterian Church will officiate. Burial will be in Hillcrest memorial Park Hermitage. Friends will be received Call at the Donald e. Bleakney it funeral Home Fredonia. Monday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 . The family requests that donations be made to Fredonia United presbyterian Church or the american cancer society. Hoovler mrs. Lowell t. It Betty a65, of 209 College ave., Fredonia funeral and committal services will be at 2 . Sunday at the Donald e. Bleakney funeral Home. Fredonia. The Rev. Galen Joe Macdonald pastor of Fredonia United presbyterian Church will officiate. Burial will be in Millbank cemetery Fredonia friends May Call at the funeral Home saturday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 pm israeli Heads gather Waldheim evidence Tel Aviv a Israel has enough evidence to try Kurt Waldheim on charges of being an accessory to nazi War crimes but it is too Early to contemplate extradition proceedings Justice minister Yitzhak Moda isaid Friday. Waldheim 68, a former . Secretary general is seeking to become president of Austria in a june 8 Runoff election. Modai spoke after receiving a preliminary report from an israeli Justice department team which two weeks ago began gathering evidence from . War crimes archives and other unspecified sources. Den Nis Gouldman the Nead of the team refused to comment until the investigation is completed. Israel will decide what action to take after reviewing the final report expected by next week said the israeli newspaper Maaris. A it is certainly possible that he could be convicted As an accessory to War crimes. Whether we will ask for his extradition is premature a Modai told e British broadcasting corp. In Vienna Waldheim spokesman Gerold Christian on thursday described the claim that Israel has enough evidence to try Waldheim As the a beginning of a Witch Modai Leader of the Liberal party in the right Wing liked bloc rejected such allegations. The accusations against Waldheim Are Quot not a Light matter and neither Are the deaths of the millions of victims of nazi persecutions he told the bbl. Waldheim was campaigning in Western Austria on Friday and could not be reached for comment a spokesman said. In an interview with the daily Dediot Ahrnot on thursday Waldheim accused jewish leaders of lying about his alleged involvement in War crimes in the Balkans and denied any wrongdoing. The new York based world jewish Congress has accused Waldheim of signing documents dealing with the killing of civilians in Yugoslavia and complicity in the deportation of jews from Greece during his service in Adolf hitlers army in 1944 a we done to have documents and evidence to prove that. He Waldheim himself carried out War crimes with his own hands a Modai was quoted As saying by the socialist daily Al Ham Ishmar. However Modai told Israel radio a we have enough proof that Waldheim in his capacity As an intelligence officer in the German army in the Balkans would pass on information and descriptions that he knew. Would and did Lead to liquidation Modai did not release documents to support his charges. The forecast for 8 pin. Edt sat., May 24 90 High temperatures weather forecast the National weather service Are expected for parts of Illinois forecasts rain saturday for parts of the Pacific Northwest and for parts of the Northeast. Showers Indiana Kentucky and Nessee. A laser photo ten a weather a a regional skies will be partly sunny saturday. Highs will be in the 60s. Saturday night will be partly Cloudy with lows in the 40s sunday will be partly sunny with highs from 70 to 75. Monday will be partly Cloudy with a Chance of afternoon showers in the Southwest. Highs will Range from 70 to 75 extended monday will be partly Cloudy. Afternoon showers Are possible in the Southwest. Lows will Range from 45 to 55. Highs will be Between 70 to 75. There is a Chance of showers tuesday and wednesday. Lows should be Between 45 to 55 with highs in the 60s to lower 70s. Around the nation by the associated press Friday satellite photo fridays weather satellite photo taken at 2 30 . Edt shows Clouds describing a storm Center Over Lake Huron producing rain Over the upper Ohio River Valley. Clouds along a weather front extending from Georgia through Missouri to new Mexico Are producing rain and rain showers from Eastern Kentucky and Tennessee to Arkansas. Clouds producing rain and rain showers also extend in an arc from Texas through Iowa to Montana. Low Clouds cover much of the Western portions of Washington. Oregon and California. A laser photo previous Days High and overnight Low to 8 Edt. Hilo pre Tolk Albany by. 73 52 .09 Clr Amarillo 77 58 Asheville 69 42 .37 Austin 89 71 Bismarck 54 49 .92 Boston 64 55 of Buffalo 62 50 .41 Clr Casper 62 28 Clr Cheyenne 60 33 Clr Cincinnati 75 53 . 88 48 Clr Dayton 71 51 Des Moines 69 51 Duluth 65 37 Evansville 69 57 in Fargo 60 52 .24 grand rapids 67 44 Clr Hartford 78 59 .48 Honolulu 87 66 Indianapolis 73 51 electric Shaver repair service re service while Tou Weitz two. A tune up tour electric shiver a skilled Mechanic on Dutt a genuine factors parts where service makes the difference Quot Foulk drug store prescription pharmacy 214 mom St. _ phone 588-4251 tuesday May 27th to am 5 pm

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