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Kittanning Leader Times (Newspaper) - November 29, 1982, Kittanning, Pennsylvania Security tight for Reagan trip Sao Paulo. Brazil up president Reagan will be under such tight Security on his 50-hour trip to Brazil that his Only glimpse of the brazilian people May be past three layers of guards or through Bullet proof Glass. The White House intends to shield Reagan from any possible threat be it a Bullet. A bomb or a repetition of last years student rumpus that forced former Secretary of state Henry Kissinger to Scurry out of Brasilia. Kissinger had to be escorted out of the University in a Paddy Wagon while Samba dancing students shouted a yanks go Home a the president s five Day latin american trip is to begin tuesday. He will visit Brazil Colombia Costa Rica and Honduras. He also plans separate meetings with president Jose Efrain Rios Montt of Guatemala while in Honduras and with president Alvaro Magana of Al Salvador while in Costa Rica official information about Security arrangements has been sparse a i done to want to give any specific details especially not when we re dealing with a president who has already been shot once a a . Diplomat in Brasilia said and a member of the Advance logistics team setting up the Sao Paulo leg politely referred All Security questions a to Washington a but dribbles of information scrapped together by the brazilian press and leaked a off the record by bemused brazilian bureaucrats have Given a picture of the prodigious efforts Gning into Reagan a visit. A for Security reasons the american agents asked the brazilian government to eliminate from the program All Points where there could be any Public concentration a the journal do Brasil newspaper said. By John Mikula it staff writer Ford City Borough will be without local police Protection for periods this week and state police were asked to make patrols and answer complaints during those times. Members claim there is no however two councilmen Are in favor of full local Protection Jan Lysakowski chief said. They Are Homer Pendleton and Robert Gibson. The other four Council members he chief said Are mayor Joseph Kovalovsky for the using state police pro said be is unable to fill All Section at times. He named work shifts for the week with two full time officers and two part time policemen. Officer Edward Germy is on vacation reducing the number of full time police officers to two. A Council won t let me fill All hours with the men i have a mayor Kovalovsky said a since the regulars Are limited to 35-hours-a-week and part time police to 28 hours a week to Council by death threat. Thorn Hromadik Mary Smolik Jacqueline i Jai and Robert Borowitz. Mayor Kovalovsky said he has notified the sergeant in charge of the Kittanning state police substation and they will include Ford City in their routine patrols of the county. Complaints will be answered on a priority basis he told Kovalovsky the mayor and chief said that there is difficulty in scheduling the manpower available they done to know which shifts to leave locally unprotected there is a need for every shift of the Day Lysakowski said. There Are complaints throughout the Day traffic during the afternoons possible brawls and fights in the evening prowlers late at night its a real problem he said this will by the first time the Borough will be without local police Protection. In the last the police worked As Ong As 12 hour shifts and were a on Call Quot for the other 12. Because of the limited schedule Lysakowski said. The police cannot be called out any other time than that which is scheduled a i Hope nothing happens that could have been preventable a chief Lysakowski concluded Nixon tapes to be made Public guarantee All his White House tapes will be released Washington up the supreme court today cleared the Way for the release of 6,000 hours of Richard Nixon a secret Oval office tape recordings for Public consumption without comment the justices rejected Nixon s hid to keep the Public from listening to the never before heard tapes the action is a defeat for Nixon who resigned aug 9, 1974 under threat of impeachment in the watergate scandal but it does not As planned in 1984 or 1985. Nixon or those named or involved in his recorded conversations still can try to Block their release on a tape by tape basis if they feel it would violate privacy rights or executive privilege Nixon has waged a lengthy Legal Battle against the general services administration plan to let the Public listen to the tape covering his last 2 a years in office nearly 400 killed on highways Trumka wedding disrupted new Salem a. Up a a full traditional wedding reception was held for United mine workers president elect Richard Trumka and his Bride but Only after a suddenly secret ceremony that left even their families confounded Trumka and his longtime sweetheart Barbara Vidovich had planned to be married at 1 30 saturday in a formal service at St Procopius Church in new Salem Fayette county but a telephoned death threat ruined those plans. Instead they were married in a private unannounced ceremony earlier in the Day at an unknown location their friends and one of the ministers who was to officiate were stunned by the news when they arrived at the Church United press International fretting rain and Snow turned Highway travel into a Nightmare in the Northern half of the nation As people returned Home from the Long thanksgiving Holiday weekend pushing the nations traffic death toll to nearly 400 by Early today 393 people had been killed in traffic accidents a up count showed. The Holiday began at 6 local time wednesday and ended at Midnight sunday. California led the nation with 45 deaths Florida reported 28 and new York 22. Michigan had 20 traffic deaths Tennessee 17, and Texas 16 Ohio Alabama and North Carolina reported 15 deaths each Louisiana and Massachusetts 14 apiece Illinois Georgia and Penn Kansas la. Us. Navy ship and sub it slide Manila Philippines up the . Navy sub area Man serious after wreck a Kittanning Man remains in serious condition in the Allegheny general Hospital trauma unit following an Accident saturday night in Jefferson county Robert m Kordes 58, of 1516 Orr ave., suffered multiple trauma in the Accident which occurred at 10 30 . Near the Village of Stanton in Rose township Jefferson township. Kordes was pinned in his vehicle for about 30 minutes and was rescued by Pine Creek firemen and Brookville ambulance personnel. He was taken to Brookville Hospital and later transported to Allegheny general via life flight helicopter according to Jefferson county state police Kordes was the operator of a 1979 jeep station Wagon travelling southbound on township route 368 and driving too fast for conditions. He lost control on a right hand curve crossed the Roadway to the East berm and struck a Culvert the Impact caused the vehicle to Fly into the air coming Down 12 feet from the Culvert and sliding 36 feet striking a pickets protest at adult Book store by Mindy Wyant it staff writer the adult Book store in West Kittanning has come under fire from a local Church youth group that plans a weekly protest at the establishment. A dozen teen agers and three adults from the Faith Baptist Church at Kittanning re 6 picketed the store saturday afternoon and said they plan to continue their Effort each week a this is a movement with our Young folks a Church pastor the Rev. Don Hodge said. A a we re letting them express their opinions on certain things. A they re showing that teen agers Are taking a stand against this stuff he said carrying signs that read a god hates porno and a a done to fill your mind with smut a and singing hymns the youth marched in the store parking lot for an hour. According to the minister several cars which had slowed Down and signalled to enter the parking lot apparently changed their mind and drove away when they saw the protestors. He said no one entered the store while the youth were picketing. People in other cars passing the store honked horns waved and gave a thumbs up gestures to the youth he continued. A a it a the Peoples responsibility to either approve or disapprove and we re exercising our right to disapprove a Hodge said. Hodge formerly of Detroit and Canada has been pastor of the Faith Baptist Church for nine weeks he said he tree the jeep then flipped onto its roof and Slid Anomer 33 feet coming to rest on its roof about three feet East of the Roadway two passengers in the vehicle Todd a Kirkwood. 18, of 1188 Ross ave., Ford City and Scott e Kirkwood 26, of Manorville were treated and released at Brookville Hospital for head injuries. Duke Zellefrow 26, of 1170 Orr ave., Kittanning and Kenneth Kirscht of 300 14th St., Ford City also passengers in the station Wagon were not injured deaths Quot in p William h. Bul 16300 nine mile Road Detroit mi., formerly of Kittanning Barbara j Leichliter 34, of Mcgrann. Rose Johnson 74, of Mcgrann. Getrude Fink Chinn 65, of it. Lauderdale Fla formerly of Kittanning Marine Thomas a Edison and the destroyer Leftwich collided today but there were no reports of injuries and both snips were still a operational a a the Navy said Navy spokesman la. Steve Honda said the incident occurred 40 Miles West of the Subic Bay naval base 60 Miles Northwest of Manila during routine operations in the South China sea. Honda said the weather was Clear at Subic but he did not know the exact condition at sea a material damage is still being assessed out both ships remain operational a Honda raid no other ships were involved in the Accident which was being investigated Honda said the two vessels were proceeding to Subic Bay. A 7th Fleet repair and logistics facility where they were expected to arrive monday night no other details on the Accident were available. Congress considers new tax details on page3. Aney 64. Of Washington Ufi a a lame Duck session of con press called by president Eagan is facing a few Post thanksgiving leftovers and a Platter full of pre Christmas controversies Foremost among the legislation to be considered at the Post election session which begins today was a proposed Nickel a gallon gasoline tax to for rebuilding the nations deteriorating roads and Bridges. Passage seems certain As both Republican and democratic leaders Are pushing the measure with the backing of Reagan it would create about 320, ski jobs with the main Issue in the nov 2 election the nation s double digit unemployment Reagan is preparing to submit to Congress a package designed to stimulate the Economy. He is also expected to decide within the next few Days whether to press for acceleration of the july i tax Cut to january. There is Broad opposition to the possible action so i on pit three 20 Calls were received and the truck sold the first Day this and ran. Iv72 Ford i ton 4�4 truck needs body work phone too 0000 sell your truck quickly with an and in the Leader times classified. 543-1303. A on the inside classifieds.10-11 television.12 comics.13 Hospital notes.14 deaths.3 sport.89 theaters.14 editorial. Community Cloudy weather .2 a w Arm relationship is forming Between Industry and Osha and that might not he in the Public a Hest interest. See Page 6. A future St in i Call for the construe i a permanent Ami j space station. See a scenarios instruction of Erica Page 5. Vav there s Only 25 shopping Days til Christmas Leader times 6vol. 94, no. 280 Kittanning pa., monday november 29, 1982 543-1303 25 a a a a a a a a a Wenry 2 Wells Supply All Ford City with water editors note this is the second in a series of articles about the Ford City water system based on a study by Schneider consulting engineers Bridgeville. This report deals with the source of raw water the Wells their condition and their possible future by John Mikula it staff writer the two water Wells located at 14th Street near third Avenue Ford City Supply a daily average of 750,000 Gallons of raw water to the Ford City Borough filter Plant on top of the Hill. The Wells Are approximately 70 feet deep and each can deliver about 650-Gal ions per minute. However the two Well pumps work together and their output is diminished so that the total delivery is about 1,000-Gallons-per-minute. At 1,000-Ga Lions per minute the pumps deliver 60,000-Gallons per hour in ten hours the Reservoir receives 600, ski Gallons. In a 14-hour work Day the total is 840,000 Gallons. There Are two More Wells in town that Are inoperable. One is at the Borough garage and dismantled the other is at the Borough Park and abandoned the two Wells now in operation Are the main source of water Supply. Both must operate daily to provide the needs of the Borough by pumping during most of the two work shifts at the filter Plant from 7 a m to 2 and from 2 to 9 . A theoretically the engineers reported in their study a should one of the two available Wells be out of service for an extended period of time the demands could be met by operating the water treatment Plant on a three shift basis although this would require additional staffing would increase operating costs significantly and would not be operationally desirable since it would place additional round the clock demand on the sole remaining serviceable Well. A maintenance records indicated that both operating Wells were last cleaned in -1975. In addition during 1975 and 1976, major mechanical rehabilitation work was performed at both Wells including the installation of new column parts piping and valves at one Well and installation of new pump parts at the other Well. A historically Well cleaning work has been performed at intervals of 7 to to years or As the need arises. At the present time both operating Wells Are due for cleaning a it has been proven that As time passes without cleaning the capacity of the Wells diminishes cleaning is for the purpose of allowing a greater flow of the barter a free water the Wells Are located in the a Allegheny River alluvial Sand and gravel in the floodplain is saturated with water for the source. Some experts claim the floodplain begins in new York state with the Allegheny River and follows both sides of the Stream to Pittsburgh and continues southward along the Ohio River. These saturated Sand and gravel deposits form a huge underground Stream that is tapped by numerous water companies and industries along the Allegheny and Ohio. Wells with yields of 500-Gallons-per-minute Arentt unusual. So 2 on Page hum Santa arrives a Santa Claus made stops in both Ford City and Kittanning on saturday and was greeted by parades sponsored by the business associates in both communities in Kittanning at right he brought his wife along and in Ford City. He Rode in the Choo Choo that s part of All parades it photos by tim Konski and John Mikula porno picket a about a dozen youth from the Faith Baptist Church picketed the adult Book store in West Kittanning saturday afternoon the youth said they plan to picket the establishment every saturday and invite other churches to join them Church pastor Donald Hodge said he has organized similar protests in Detroit and Canada it photo by Mindy Wyant

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