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Kittanning Leader Times (Newspaper) - September 3, 1985, Kittanning, Pennsylvania Leader times Kittanning pa., tuesday september 3, 1985 Page officers chosen a the Armstrong count american legion elected and installed its office recently in a ceremony at the Kiski township american legion Post shown from left Are judge advocate and outgoing commander Robert Mack commander Donald Brinkley service officer Earl Bowser sergeant at arms Glenn Pitt historian Walter Shoop finance officer Edwin Kimmel second vice commander Fred Zaugg. Chaplain Dom Canterna adjutant Tom Hellgren and first vice commander Raymond Klugh up to give scofflaws the Boot Indiana University of Pennsylvania Public safety officials Are hoping that a giving the Boot to parking violators will help ease the University s growing parking problem Indiana Campus police will begin this week to use the Boot a device which police officers can attach to vehicles to prevent them from being moved the device will Only be used on vehicles whose owners have accumulated five or More unpaid parking citations or on those operated by motorists who Park in fire lanes on sidewalks or in spaces reserved for handicapped persons use of the Boot has been incorporated by several municipal safety departments throughout the state during the past year. We Are trying to make it easy for everyone to find a place on Campus to said Gene Thomas. Up traffic officer with More and More cars on Campus every year. Parking is becoming an increasingly big pro Blem at up a Cost for removal of the Boot w ill be $15 plus payment of All delinquent parking fines. Along with the use of the Init. Up will initiate an extensive revision of its parking accommodations and regulations the new plan eliminates All but ten tree reserved parking a paces on Campus those ten will be reserved 24 hours a Day for the University president and members of the professional resident life staff local briefs three injured three people were injured in a two vehicle Accident that took place in Mahoning township Friday evening according to state police at the Kittanning Barracks. Police said that Charles Downs. 76. Of new Bethlehem re 2 was travelling North on route 66 in Mahoning township at approximately 5 15 Downs made a left turn and crossed the path of a car driven by Kevin r Clemens. 29. Of 404 Broad St. New Bethlehem according to police. Police said that Downs was trying to enter a private parking lot Downs and two passengers in his labor Day. Contd from Page i it destries survive unions will be important. Nevertheless labor analysts and officials talk in terms of a troubled movement. In an amazingly forthright study of the ailing labor movement published earlier this year by the Al Cio s committee on the evolution of work. The federation bluntly stated that a despite their unions accomplishments. Unions find themselves behind the Pace of change organized labor has been Quot losing a percentage of the labor Market and there is no reason to expect a shift in that said Gary Burtless. A senior fellow with the Brookings institution. A non profit research organization. The reasons Are manifold but Topp car Mary Downs. 70. Of new Bethlehem re 2 and Jennifer Downs. To. Of new Bethlehem re i. Were taken to Armstrong county memorial Hospital by Redbank Valley ambulance. Police said Charles and Jen Nifer Downs were treated tor their injuries and released according to Hospital records. Mary Downs was admitted for injuries to her head shoulder and knee and listed in satisfactory condition boy injured Money found Ford City police officer John Czekanski found a sum of Money on a Ford City Street saturday and the owner can claim it by identifying the amount a Munhall youth was seriously injured Friday evening when he fell off a truck in Madison township. According to state police at the Kittanning Barracks. Shane Vandergraft. 13. Of 19th ave. Munhall fell off the top of a pickup driven by Thamer Vandergrift at 10 30 on legislative route03083 Shane Vandergrift was listed in serious condition at Armstrong county memorial Hospital before being taken in Lite flight helicopter to childrens Hospital according to Hospital records. A recent said Job Security would suf ing the list is the continuing High jobless rate in the country is manufacturing industries said Ben Burdet sky. Professor of personnel and labor relations at the George Washington University. Basic industries w Here unionization has been High a such As steel automobiles textiles and rubber a have seen Many jobs lost Over the past five years. Some reasons increased International Competition automation and new technology. And. Said Burtless. Expanding industries a such As High tech Ana service a have been resistant to unionism recent efforts to unionize some plants have been resisted by workers themselves and Burtless said this is because Quot the cons of unionization Are More evident to More and More workers. Although some workers realize that unions can bring Short term benefits a such As higher wages and safer working conditions a Many feel unions Are ultimately responsible for the demise of such industries As steel and autos. Quot the benefits of joining a Union certainly look less Good today than they did in 1960, when . Manufacturing was More Burtless said. The Al Cio study bears this out. The panel studied All published surveys on Public perceptions of unions conducted Over the past 25 years and conducted its of n surveys As Well. It found a a american workers and especially non Union workers Are ambivalent in their attitudes toward More than 75 percent of these workers say unions generally in Brove working conditions and wages in report said. However asked to assess How a Union would affect their present Job 53 percent of the nonunion workers said wages and benefits would not improve and 74 a your funeral Flowers our 1st concern Indeman florists Kittanning daily to f.c., worth., vi., Elderton and anywhere to one Stone one guarantee sr54w5m?� or. The study also found that most nonunion workers believe Union leaders Force unpopular policies on their memberships unions increase the likelihood of a company going out of business and that Union leaders Don t represent their memberships if a negative sentiment toward unions exists among non Union workers it is fomented by the policies of the Reagan administration. Seeger said labor was simultaneously jolted by the worst recession since the great depression and the Reagan White House s anti Union attitude. Seeger said. Quot he Reagan has created an atmosphere that says. It s a Good time to go Union bashing Quot he said he recalled How Reagan Early in his first term tired the air Trafto in controllers and barred them from Ever working for the Federal government again. The message was. Seeger said Quot get Tough with he also complained at Reagan s appointees to the National labor relations Board have turned that body into an anti Union panel. Others also spoke of recent Norb decisions that have been setbacks for organized labor for example. Burdetsky said the Norb has ruled that a member of a Union on strike could quit the Union. Not so Long ago. Quot that was unheard of a he added Seeger found some Solace Iii Reagan s appointment last Spring of William Brock As labor Secretary. The former . Trade representative and senator from Tennessee replaced Raymond Donovan who resigned facing Federal charges of fraud and larceny. Donovan s relationship with organized labor was poor at Best Brock quickly named a former United Auto workers official to be a top aide and began meeting with labor leaders in an attempt to ease differences. Labors continuing problems a particularly the feeling that its leaders Are out of touch with its members a has led to the popular perception that its political clout has diminished. As Mondale found out. Burtless said Many voters set labor As another Quot special it is not True that labor has become politically ineffective Seeger claimed. Mondale he said received 61 percent of labor s vote to Reagan a 33 percent a Quot just the opposite of the general have you seen this child of so Call toll free child find new no 1800 426 5678 for identification Only Jack Schaeffer monuments 511 Locust Street Kittanning a. 548-1886 obituaries Goodbread Gertrude Goodbread. 83, of 615 Ivan drive. Grove City died saturday aug. 31 1985. In the Grove City Hospital. Born june 30. 1902. In Worthington she was the daughter of Raymond l. And Margaret Henry Mckee. She was a member of the Tower United presbyterian Church of Grove City of the Dar. The Dac and the peo. She was also a member of the Mercer county retired teachers association the a. Retired teacher s association and the National retired teachers association she was a graduate of Slippery Rock University and taught special education in the Allegheny county and North Allegheny school districts she is survived by her husband Clarence e. Goodbread one son William m. Of St. Louis one daughter. Mrs. Robert a. Elizabeth Jones of Sewickley four Sisters. Mrs g w Marguerite Trindal of Arlington a. Mrs. David Dorothy Brownlee of Hatboro pa., mrs. Harry f Beatrice Scott of Alexandria. Va., and mrs. William j. Gladys Rigsby of Washington d c. Two Brothers. Wilbur h Mckee and Thomas c. Mckee both of Worthington. And one grandson she was proceeded in death by her parents and a sister Goodbread a services for Gertrude Goodbread. 83, of 615 Ivan drive. Grove City who died saturday were held tuesday morning at the Snyder funeral Home. Worthington. With or. Don Howard and or. George Henderson officiating. Interment was in the mausoleum of Butler county memorial Park. Memorials May be sent to the american Parkinson association. 322 Scaife Hall. Pittsburgh a. 15261. Arrangements Are by Snyder. Enty a no in congressional races he added. Labor s percentage of wins was As Good As Ever he claimed that nearly 70 percent of candidates backed by labor won their races and that Many of those victories were close races in marginal districts. Another perception Bede Iling unions is that labor leaders Are out of step with their members Burdetsky and Burtless said that labor leaders tend to be older males who Are out it touch w Ith a workforce that is increasingly More female younger and More technical. They re not adapting to changing Burdetsky said but. Simon countered Quot labor is adapting Quot Seeger spoke of the Al Cio making great strides in gaining women members and communicating with women. He conceded that unions May have been slow in responding to the bigger role women Are playing in the labor Market. But it was not too Long ago that most women workers thought of themselves As Only being in the workforce on a temporary basis he added and Burdetsky said that the publication of the Al Cio study on workers showed that unions were becoming More aware that they were dealing with a much changed workforce. That study made a number of recommendations to unions on How to become More attuned to their members and improve communications within the Union and without the suggestions include using television and radio spots geared to get labors message out and better training of Union organizers. The Al Cio has also begun a Pilot one on one program in three states a Georgia. Idaho and Missouri a that seeks to improve communications with the rank and file particularly those members who have shunned Union participation and rarely attended meetings. Quot there Are trends going on that reflect an adjustment to a new period a Seeger said 1763-9221 \ open weekdays 8 30-7 of free delivery \ Hospital Kittanning Cadogan Manorville Ford City and Mcgrann 303 Ford St. Ford City Jedidah Allen Smith Dob december 14 1978 Abd january 30, 1982 file no. 2868_ this and sponsored by Clear channels Cable to views on dental health Domenick Defrancisis . W e. Martin . Sav ing baby Teeth Many parents underrate the importance of caring for their children a baby Teeth. After All. They re going to be lost and replaced soon enough often they Don t take their children to see the dentist until the child complains of a Toothache. Vet even at this Point it May be possible and advisable to save the tooth if it is not too badly decayed when decay has not destroyed too much of the baby tooth it is important to try to save it. It is important because it helps the permanent tooth to erupt into the proper space. If the tooth were extracted the remaining Teeth might crowd together to fill the space and thereby Block out the permanent tooth. X our dentist w ill have to evaluate the situation to see if it is possible to save the tooth often with baby Teeth even when the nerve is dead they can be saved through a relatively simple procedure called a pulp Tomy. # # # c intact 548-4111 for additional information Hoover Leslie Filson a of Razz Hoover 53, of 208 first St., Yatesboro died sunday sept. I 1985, at 3 30 . In the Armstrong county memorial Hospital. Born March 24, 1932, in Dubois he was the son of Craig Duane and Esther Anne Hutchison Hoover. He was self employed in the Auto repair business and was a Veteran of the Navy serving in the korean War. He was a member of the Rural Valley United presbyterian Church and the american legion Cosgrove Post 523, Rural Valley. Survivors include one brother. Duane Hoover of Dayton re 2 two Sisters. Mrs. James Ann stiffer of Kittanning and mrs. Donald Patricia Dixon of Yatesboro eight nieces and two nephews. Hoover a memorial services for Leslie Filson Quot Frazz Hoover 53, of 208 first St Yatesboro who died sunday afternoon. Sept. I. 1985, will be held sunday sept. 8. 1985, at 2 30 . At the Rural Valley United presbyterian Church with the Rev. Jean Weaver officiating. Burial will follow in the Rural Valley cemetery. Memorial contributions May be made to a favorite Charity. Arrangements Are by Carson Boyer funeral Home. Cieply word has been received in i death of John Cieply 62. Of 612 fit ave., Ford City who died saturday aug. 31, 1985, at his residence born dec 28, 1922, in Ford Ity i was the son of Constantine and Ani Cieply Cieply. He was a lifelong resident of to area and was retired from pig i destries. He was a member o Francis of Paola Church in Ford a it he was preceded in death by ? father who died nov. 20. 1974 he is survived by his Mother. To. Two Brothers William of House Texas and Leo of Ford City. Services were held monday of Francis of Paola Church Buna v in holy Trinity cemetery the in Frank Lesniak a Range ments were by Manti cafeteria menus divorces a ranted Michael p Hill 916 Talmadge ave. Apollo from Gloria j Hill 940 Canella ave Apollo on grounds of an irretrievably broken marriage Stanley r Bartkowski Elderton from Mary r Bartnikowski 2711 Harbison St., Natrona Heights on grounds of an irretrievable breakdown after a three year separation wednesday a hamburger on but French Fries Pickle chips jello an milk. Thursday a baked Chicken buttered Rice. Corn. Applesauce butter bread and milk Friday a baked Macaroni an cheese stewed tomatoes vegetal it Sticks pudding buttered and bren1 mrs Arthur Enty. 70. Of Oswayo St. Shinglehouse formerly of Genesee died saturday. Aug 31, 1985. In the Hewitt Manor nursing Home. Shinglehouse after a Long illness born sept 20. 1914. In Pansy she was the daughter of Harry and Nettie Updegraff Raybuck she was preceded in death by her husband. Arthur b. Enty whom she married nov. La. 1936. In Allegany. N y he died Jan 14. 1977 she was a graduate of Clarion College and attended Geneseo state College she taught element tar school in the Austin school District and the Genesee elementary school until retiring in 1976 she was a member of the Brookside Wesleyan Church. Wellsville. N y survivors include a son. James a Enty of Shinglehouse one daughter. Mrs. Michael Ruth it Messick of Caneadea. N y. A sister. Mrs Arthur Mary Rich of Belfast. N y a brother. John Raybuck of Haughton. N y. Six grandchildren and several nieces Ana nephews Enty a services for mrs. Arthur Enty 7. Of Oswayo Street Shinglehouse formerly of Genesee who died saturday aug. 31. 1985. Were held tuesday sept. 3. 1985. At the Virgil l. Howard funeral Home. Shinglehouse with the Rev. Roger \. Main. Pastor of Grace Bible Church. Shinglehouse officiating. Committal services will be held wednesday at la . In the Cochran cemetery. Templeton. Memorial contributions May be made to the american cancer society the Shinglehouse ambulance association or the Bellville Wesleyan Church. Caneadea. By. Arrangements Are by Howard. Drill highlights. Cont d from Page i special medical services Rescue team will speak at the banquet. Quot we give out some awards at the banquet Hamilton said. A it there s an emt who a been very Active or done an especially Good Job. We like to recognize him because it gives our volunteers something to strive Hamilton added that although school in the Armstrong school District is not yet in session ambulance Crews in Parker and Leechburg will be offering blood pressure screening and demonstrating various emergency techniques at schools in those areas Hamilton who coordinates the county s emergency services in conjunction with the staff and facilities at Armstrong county memorial Hospital also said an additional 25 or 30 Ems and 15 paramedics will be trained at the Hospital this year Flowers by a Ace Cinde Wian discount Center 200 Market Street daily 8 am-9 pm Kittanning sunday 9 30-5 Lysol deodorizing cleaner 6 of. A a Quot Quot Primrose plastic trash bags a a. No i coupons Quot <01 or Coupon Pep n Energy is Peanut Brittle ii Regent pills i to of Box Ujj Wimes 3 pack Lull s8< 2 liter in a �coupon1. 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