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South Pittsburgh People_ .· Testify At City Hearing The Pittsburgh City Plan- enterprise has taken note of for the city to cover any ning Commission held its an- these developments and costs not covered by HUD in nual public hearings last there will be dramatic results the building of , the new · .week at the Brashear Asso- if the · capital projects are senior citizen's highrise on ciation, 2005 Sarah Street. started as scheduled in Warrington Ave. Present were director o.f the 1981. " The final speaker from the commission, Robert Lurcott, Lou Loeffler, a member of Allentown. group was Dan members of the commission, the A/HCIA Executive Kinney. "The NDO office has Sister Rosita and Robert Board, stressed the need for become an important asset Whitehall, along with mem- the reconstruction of War- to our community, " he hers of other city depart• rington Avenue. He explain- began. ·Other city programs ments. Over 30 speakers ed the ·concern expressed by and services Allentowners testified to neighborhood the general membership of would like tb commend and problems and desires in an the organization and the see continue include the attempt ~ get part of the businessmen of the . com- NeighbQrhoods For Living federal money the hearings munity fqr the continuation Center, _the tree planting proare required for. of the project. l:le also said gram, 6 peration Paintbrush ALLENTOWN the project was an "integral and the citywide resurfacing Bob Kress, president of part of the ongoing commer• program, he said. Allentown/Hilltop Civic Im• cial development of the ARLINGTON provement Association; area." Mel Jackson, asked the revieweq projects and· serv• George Assenat, another planning commission if Patices a!reac;Jy begup' plann•. _member of the , !JHC!A. terson St. .could be coin· edl>y the;ci(y ·for,,the Hillto{ ·' board-, ·askeci' for 'liuaget sup- •'plated. •Ile said the street is a •·.~a~1 Iitclud~'m\ ~ ·~ynoJF port for 'the Allentown ··~ead en<i ·no:w·and it 'is im· ·sis were the Wmington and' Senior Citizen's ·Center. He possible.for fire trucks to.get Arlington aves. ·reconstruc- said for-· the last two years 'through and could be made tion pr9jects, scheduled to I money has been budgeted for accessible from both ends begin in 1981 and 1982, the' addition of a ramp with another 40 yards of respectiveJy; the off street leading into the center, for street. He also wanted the clparking lots being built with updating the restrooms and ty to install playground matching funds from Allen· for an addition to the build- equipment for a tot lot in an town businessmen; also, the ing, but there has ~n no empty lot acquired for that senior citizen highrise plann- movement to carry out the purpose in 1963 . .ed for the near future ana the construction. Jackson also wanted park· Neighborhood Deveiopment He also asked for rest· ing spaces alloted for use by Office which opened . this rooms and lighting to be add· home care nurses. He exyear and helped local resi• ed to Grandview Park during plained that the nurses now dents. the renovation of the grand- have to park either seve~al Kress concluded "Private stand. His final request was blocks away or in an area where they receive parking tickets. The final problem he wanted the city to correct was the lack of water presThe Carrick Community School of Dance and Ross sure on Eccles St. during the Council's tenth annual Hallo- School of Dance. In the line summer months. Ann Komlenic, vice presiween Parade will be on of march will be antique cars dent of the Arlington Civic Saturd ay, October 18 . Rose owned by Carrick residents · Council speaking for ill presiGabauer, Parade Committee Jack Heisler and Wayne • dent, Jack Price, first told chairperson, expeqts it to be Wherle. d the commission that she has . "b t he iggest an '.b est parade Mus1·c will be provi'ded by · c · k " been contacted by South ever heId m arric · • th Carn"ck's, South Hill's and Side residents about gas in z Th~ parad e iorms m e Seton LaSalle's high school 1100 block 0 f· Browns ville bands·, The Fred Del Monte the sewer lines on 7th., 8th., · k M Oli 9th., and 10th. streets-. That R oa d (C arric · t. ver Band·, Rm'ggold Band, fea• the residents are afraid if · Ce ·· Shoppmg nter) at 11 =30 turing Kitty Hackwelder, something isn't done, a · ·ca Jr. MaJ· or- tragedy could happen. a.m. and will proceed along Miss All Amen _ h B Ro 8 d to t e ette of America·, St. Basil's rownsvillO "For the third ye_ar, the Ste 2800 bl k wart Grade School band and cheer streets of Arlington have oc . neart A venue st art mg a noon. · M Ri h d leaders and P1"ttsburgh's been completely left out of Rocketts Drum and Bugle · 0 nee agam ayor c ar Caliguiri will be the 'P.ar~de C the city budget planning," marshall. Honorary Parade . orp. she said. "There is no proMarshall will be Bob Kudz· Many local merchants and gress listed for my area in ma of KD,KA·TV. · Together ~utshinessmedn willdhlavale flchilo~tds theSli'!_IXe.alsoyearstprelanssed." the need they. will head a list of n9t· Ill e para e an oc · ables which includes "Chilly ren in Halloween costumes for better water pressure in Billy" Cardille and the are invited to join the march the Arlington area. BEECHVIEW_ . . Chiller Gang with Carrick'e as it is in progress. Treats and novelties will Fred Curr, was interested GOING UP - All over South Pitt.burgh, crimes, graders aud construction crews are busily own Stephon the ·castle working on maj~ p~jects that·wj,11 ~efit _the C9mmuruty. Our caught these scenes· Prankster; the Tri River be c:li~tributed by the partici- in making~ School, rece~to~ 8 recent sunny day. ~m toP,, grading ~ for th~ ne~ $30 inilllon-plus South Side · Clowns; Smackey and Hobo pants along the parade rout.a. ly clo~. mto a commuru~y .. Hospit,al,at 2b!, BJld Mary Ste.; going up.at Arllngton_and St. Patr.ick is a new fire house to Clown; Star Wars' Darth Security will be provided recreation center. He s~d the structure would be swt· , rep~ace th~, o~•~~ Jf~mleaf St. station; and a parking lot o~ Warringto~ ·Ave. will be ready Vader; Tweety Bird and b the-Pittsbur h Auxili . . In time ~ .ease traffic nroblems when -the reconstructio nf th t ...:....-t ~ " s 1 te th c t· M' · d • y, g ary able for 90 percent of local .....i,."'~. ..•. ~•••-•.•. ~···t••-l4'i •,-+•• ,rf . t ► ttf\ ♦ ,.\,••"/•t•• f:-f.1 TT.l,~ ♦ ••• .. -···•l\t, 1., 'l, ,~~ ar,i~ ~n~- .. t t t ~~ rves r e a, 1l"lD as Police. ~t+ !,•.•••t• •.,.•,..._ . . ,,,,··,~ . .t ... ,;•,t.•.•.•.-t._•, ♦,.•.t- .... ,·,.•..,•,',,,.••"' -,. •• . ~•~., ., .\".' ,.'/// / .· -. · r t t_.t, .. ~, ": "i, ' ,"; : ,~,·, -·t, ' ' ', 't'•',.,,•. ,,,.,.,.',/ •••"t'. ,',', 1 ,'t ♦' ♦' ,/ ,' 't"f't' f', }r' i' , f t 1C(VlitirJU~~.rQn.!llllR, . .~,~-..,.,♦\ ~.,,.,,1,"'• " i"',

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TUES .. SEPT. 30. 1980

THE SOUTH PITI'SBURGH REPORTER

Officials·Hear Local Testjmony

South Pittsburgh People

-Continued from page 1" opened that were covered 'tP MT.WASHINGTON programs and that there is when-the city paved the mam . Joseph D.ebecco asked for no other land available on streets of Beltzhoover. _ the steps between Boggs the hill for such a community There is a need for Warr- Ave. and Southern Ave. to · building. He also asked for ingtoµ · ~ecreation Center be"repl~ced, He said this hlls more maintenance on the lit- and pool to , be revitaUzed, · been promi~ for several · Until last August 2, Tom tie league field and the addt· . Ms. Smith.told the commie- .years and has ·always ''been 1 Cardello was a typical 19 · tion of lights for winter foot- sion. .Also the community scheduled for "n~t year." year old, enjoying all the ball playing. center in McKinley Park. De.becco also wanteo " things a young man his age BELTZHOOVER · The roof leaks and it needs Boggs Ave. to be_mad13 one • enjoys, including swimming. Bill Wright, had a number . 'soundproofing. There is a way beginning at Southern I But on that bright summer of remarks about city ' pro- large number of senior Ave. to pre".ent parking P,roSaturday, his love of the grams now offered through citizens' tllat· meet there and blems and people driving on . · water turned to tragedy. the NDO offices:· First, he it is "impossil;lle to hold a "Private property ., to tum. , when he suffered an injury would like ,Operation Paint· meeting because of the noise Also, .tlie wrought iron curbs from an accident at popl . ·brush to return to the;Beltz• · fro~ the kids in.the ,g ym. ·· are ll proble~ 'in the ~tef. which will leave him paralyz• hoover area. · When it had She also asked for more lie said, the iron sticks ,out ed. from the neck down for '·been there 'several years ago, street lighting, stricter en, and damages car tires:-.. ,-,,, ·tf ',·, "·fl • ti the rest of his Ufa. he felt it, wasn't ··publi~ for~ment oflot clean up and. Louis Petty,,. p~<;ien of .,1 'j,, Tom is currently underwell enough and no'w ' with techniCjl} assistance' fQr the ,' the , M,.t, 'W•aeh1ng-ton ,,.1, ]" 1 going treatment at Mercy tbe'neighborhoodofficemore community, groups_ '.in tl!..e~ Ch8JJ1~1of, Conµperce, .~· ,,/ ;. 1 Hospital and is naturally people would take advantage fll'88. A program to take care ' ed for the secona 'y ear ~ -a 1 ' ,, 1 depressed by his physical <>f the program. of old buil<ii;ngs which have, row tor a 8!l(l0nd l~v~ on the •. condition. Some cards or SPECIAL VISITOR - Steeler Rocky Bleier paid a surprise Wright also wanted the ci- become dangerous and ce- Shiloh St. parking Jot. In notes of cheer from his South visit to Tom Cardello, South Sider who was paralyzed from ty to watch over the contrac- ment steps leading to the addition, he would like the , Pittsburgh friends and the neck down in a swimming pool accident. South Pitts- tors used in "the low interest South Hills Trolley Junction. parking meters taken out for neighbors, even those who burghers can send get well greetings to Tom at Mercy loan programs more."He said CARRIC_K · the IX!llce to park- and . to don't know him, might go a Hospital. · his mother recently had a Rick Polota, a member of allow, construction to be ' lot to cheer him. last Sunday. Money from 16219. He has had many visi- great deal of work done and the ' Carrick Commu:i:iity repla,ced since the police staWhen there is a bed avail- t his collection will be tors, includin:g Steeler Rocky he could have done a better Council, , requested '.repairs tion has been moved,,and the able for him at Harmarville deposited in a special ac- Bleier, and Tom's former St. job with "match sticks and and additions to Plu)llps building is completed. · · . Rehabilitation Center, he will c O un t O pened by the Adalbert •s basketball coach paper:" . Park. Specificly, the park Petty also asked, for a ~t be transferred there for some Cardellos at South Pitts- Ben Savinis; who has been. a He al110 said the area has a steps in the .rear of the park of steps leading into the , rehabilitative therapy. After burgh Savings and Loan at constant visitor and help, ac• problem with · absentee replaced; water fountain'!' ad- South Hills Ti;olley J~ct~of ,, rehabilitation, he can return 1712 E. Carson St., and held cording to Mrs. Cardello. landlords collecting the rent ·ded, one. at the . recr,eation At the present, there 1s • to him home at 2624 Mission in trust for Tom. Don •t forget the cards and for "places I wouldn't put a building and 11t the. ten- n q thing t here put a: · ' , St., if . . . his parents, Louis It would be nice if others letters, and, if you can; the dog in." . . .n is courts; a bike ta~ at th~ '.'cowpath,;' ·... and Dorothy Cardello are could send contributions to donations. Let's show Tom MaryLou Smith, from the building and a' gate at the ,. SOUTH SIDE able to make certain drastic, this fund; perhaps sol_Ile local and his family that there's a Concerned Citizens _of Beltz- tennis courts-' along with · Dee Meade,'' president of and expensive, changes in organizations could sponsor spirit in South Pittsburgh hoover, ·again stated the fencing... around the Jower South Side Community,. their home. ,, ' fundraisers to aid-the family. that is found nowhere else, a desire Operation paintbask13~bal1 Counql,:began,',j'ijwe. ·~e·go-· · First, the Cardellos will Anyone interested can con- caring that makes us res• brush to return to hei: He said the recref,ltloll ing to be a revitalized eectfon, have to ·install a drive~ay tact Mrs. Cardello at pond: when one of our own neighborhood. She . also building could use a new of the'. city, I 'believe we 8J'8 , outside the home, then either 4&1·3669, or send donations needs help. wanted tlie · storm sewers ventilation system. Though behlg~eglected. The city has ,» build on a separate first floor to the Tom Cardello Trust, in ,· the building isn't very old ' been lacking, you should see room and bath for Tom, or in- care of the savings and loan the old system •provides no some of the lots ' the tjcy stall an elevator, f<> -~ P,r& . or to_his home at 2624 _Mis~ cross ventilation and it owns, some of the walls are sent third floor room.· sion St. beco~es ~iic?esible ,~ b~ld''. f~~own;'it'l!;acij.sgi~.::, In order to help defray the 90nd And don't forget to GRIP (Group for Recycl- ·hand every second Sunday of meetingeh" .duriJ;ig the summer Ms. ,M~.Cfl~ented 9~ •· .. many expenses brought those cards and notes to Tom the . month . to collect · the . for t ~ell.E\Pn. . , ' the ~three minute. time limi,~ . about by Tom's accident, St. at Mercy Hospital, Pride' and in g In pen n s yl v a 1'l i a) , · KNO~V,u,E set for public testimony and , reminds area residents that following_it,eµlll: newspapers - Bill Rohe, a member of tlie 'called it •·•,n ot,up top' ar," and . 'Josaphat's Church conPittsburgh the Bethel Park Recycling - bagged or bupdl~ .with 1 f d K ·11 1 of So h S'd ducted a special collection Locust streets, " · al B ul tr d( , , • new y orme noxv1 e said, the Pf30P e ut 1 e O e- 8 ong cor · ~~ magazines 0 ~. c,itizen'e group, as~ed fqr coµldn't go ,oil~ and find. o~t' our continuing efforts to Center on I ndustri eliminate bureaucratic road- vard will be open for telephon!l · books, pleal!e), · more street. lights ~or both, · what -is wr~Jig :1.with ,J;he : blocks. business on Sun~ay, October all tJ7J?0s, the maiJ;i and the ,ide's~eets., µeighbor~9()(l and tell it· in 0 "It is a concise summary 12 , from ll:00 until 2 :00. nn ' · ' m cans - nnsHe wanted the sewage ana' three imriutes. ' of all the permits and Recycling helps to reduce ed; f1B:ttened, _labels removed; the water . systems.;upgra,ded . C~I McAllls~, a· elopes Gµ,idelicenses we issue, who should our country's dependence on cont~er - ~lass - bottles and Knoxville to be includeq resident and co-chairperson ,. . • · apply for them, where to go {oreign oil, since products andd J~e, nnsed, edm~tallascat~s in Operation Paintbrush. He of- t~e couu:nunity cquncil e ,,, D - ma. ten·a1s milk an nngs remov . the recen t ·recreat'10n comrm . 'ttee, 'asked' .l .l\. or wnt-e for them, the current made from scrap . . sed • flp· tte IC no ted durmg f charges, and the estimated require less energy to pro- ed· J~gs - term ~ street )·epaving some of the that the !!lopes and flats ~ processing times." duce. There is also a tremen-•. an was C:1' ~a~~- 0 streets were made hl.gher treated as one. unit and both 1 "A ·users Guide to DER Jones pointed out that dous savings in precious -GmRleakpIProof conttamert.h t than the sidewalks cau~ing be included' in the city's · · smce · · t DER pernn · 'ts are nat ural resources. the dr amage · · Permits," a publi·cation summos , hbo sugges h tak 8 t a proble . ms. · revi'taliz at'10n program. 8 marizing pe·r ~its' and issued by the regional ofAs an extra bonus, n~ig . rs w O ~8. . ''Rohe wanted a feasibility Some of the ·recreation licenses issued l}y the state ficel!, questions concerning a citizens who bring 't heir ~~~ec.~g ~n1h car~oling .. 'study to ·s~ if the bridge needs of the South, Side, acDepartment of Environmen· permit or application should thr t • th B th 1 ell' 1 ms e cen r can · over· Bausman St, could be cording to Ms. McAllister in- , owaways .' o e e e save even more energy. ced ' if th' 1 d. d A 'p1 ,·. .tal .Resources, is available be directed to the appropri- Park center help raise funds T h th llect' repla . A1so, to see e cu e : rmstrong • ay- · 0 reac through DER's regional ate remonal office. e · co ion t · adiue could be d · eedina e· urfaced · e· for -the local Explorers who site, follow South P.ark Road ~rdrunedg r th f grod~ n. 1 " · ~ nds " offices. . The Allegheny County staff the center with to I d t 'Ill B ul d d w1 en on e comer o an new p aygroun ·eqwpDER Secretary Clifford L. regional office is in the Koss- volunteers. · f ll n ~~ n. 0 e~~h' Charles arid Kno,t so the bus ment; Ormsby Park is.in the O ow 8 signs pas 8 us Jones, in announcing avail- man Building, 100 Forbes could t11m without going on budget and they hope'it will ability of the publication, Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa. 16222, The Expl~~ers will be on garage. the sidewalk. stay ther~; Oliver, Bath

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County, Council Sponsor Mt. Washington Clinic Members of the Health Education Committee, Mt. Washington - Duquesne Heights Community Council have distributed posters throughout the area to an· nounce the October 2nd · Immunization Clinic at Sulli· van Hall, St. Mary of the Mount School, Bigham

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· The Greater-~- Pjttsburgli Chapter of the'Air Force Association · will hold: its mon· thly II).eeting on Wednesday/ ' · Oct. 8 at 8: 15 p:m. at. the ViJ'· ing. Motor ,Irin, .1150 Bariks- . ville Rd -, The New Air Foree Asso- , . ciatio~ Community ~artner, ; · • Vic Moyer,-owne,:- of the Sµn- _ ~ .ny Acres sta&!.e3 ftj>m Cpal · . ; · Center, Penna~ • . will •· be ·· honored for. his "dedication_,-·. 1~ BUpJ;M>rt" 't o the U.S. Air.· Force)md the Air fpnie f\.slioclatio:ii. ' .l , ,,·' .:, ;·· , t \ New 'ehiapter .P~fic~rs, , · .~esiden,t ·, Tillie ~Metz~r, • .~~ ·cam»t,. n.....:.:c1ent · -E«r ··"""'' ~· Vice .-.. -~ ...· , Qold~n. Wilkinsburg; BeereSPREADING THE WORD a~t the lmmmi&atl~ ·clinic .t o be·spouored by the Health tary Lee S~tii.· Bethel !>ark; ' ·. ;, t Education Committee, Mt. Waahingtc,n-Duqueaiie Heights.Community Co~ on Oct. 2 are imd ~ -Frank Tyka."'." · . these committee who will act lef!, Claire Furman, RJ~t; Jo Amle skit B,~ ad~~-~ Moore, CC!DUDtttee chairman; Anita Caputo; an~ Mary Anderson. . . , .'.· • . · .. ' ed -by the newlr-tlioot.ed Afr · · ·· _ . . · ··' . . • Force, .As~tion ;Natlomtl

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men's choir is at 10:00 a.m. Weekday Mass Monday thni Friday is at 8:16 a.m. and Saturdays at 9 a.m. Additional Maiises are on Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. and 0 n 8 a i n t s ' d a Y s. a s announced. Attached ro the church is St. Pius V. Traditional Catholic School which this year has increased its enroll• ment by over 50 percent. Sister Mary Conrad, a religious of the Order of the ;Holy Humility of Mary, is the school principal. ·

The. Arlington Health Committee has planned an ethnic dinner buffet and r-: r,.;. darice with ' all proceeds ro ~~MMM~M~MMMii'lt .· M,-, · MMM~~~~ . benefit the South Side Hos• pital Building ~d. The dinner will be on Saturday, Nov. 15 at 6 p.m. in St. Henry's 1 Church Hall, 2400' Arlington Ave. PHONE ANSWERS ,t, 24 HOURS

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every Pennsylvanian," said Romanelli. The senator is intervening, as a friend of the court, in the federal district court suit, which means he can file briefs now that all evidence in the case has been presented. "If that fails to achieve my results, then · the bill I in· troduced will," Romanelli explained. Trucking industry officials contend that the Pennsylvania inspection requirement is unnecessary because of federal safety requirements. But Romanelli charges that because many trucks slip through the federal in· spection system the state law is essential. "In Pittsburgh this summer an overweiJlht tnick

with faulty brakes killed four people and an unborn child," he said. "Obviously the federal regulations didn't keep that truck off the streets." Romanelli, long an advocate of stricter safety standards and an opponent of higher truck weights, said he is appalled at the trucking industry's lack of conscience and its irresponsibility. "Shabbily maintained trucks are a threat to every person in Pennsylvania. Those five people killed in Pittsburgh were standing on a corner on a downtown street. They weren't even on a highway," Romanelli said. "I am intent on preventing a recurrence of this tragedy. I am determined to make the trucking industry • respect the law."

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Those who attend a luncheon boatride aboard, the Gateway Party Liner for the benefit of the Elder-ado building fund on Thursday, II!!!!~!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!~~~!!!!!!!!~!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!~~ Oct. 9 will newscaster be greatedDon by WTAE-TV Cannon. Donation for tlie affair, which will include a buffet luncheon and dancing ro live music, is $8 per person. The ride will last from 12:30 p,IJl. until 3:30 p.m. For more in· formation, contact Bob Abbott, 381-1746.

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. For information about ........i,: bookm . bile .._ . c o stops call 921-3182 or 921-2521. - ' C . Lib . ~ .....~egiefree raryblicoli~1.:Pitts-· , • • u ... 11§,U l8 a pu urary, ~~tem~ 8 ·· and will con• maintained by the City of tinue until January s, 1981. . . • Co ies of-the sched'Qle _Pittsburgh ~d Qounty of availible at the central ~ ,Allegheny, ~~ ·supplemen• , ,,. ·.. . d all b anch ., ell t_ al appropnations from . the 88• as w • 1, · ' · rary an ·. r State of P I ania. ',• 1, ,' · · ' as at the Bookmobile Oenter1· • ennsy ~ ·. . ... ,

Pennsylvania law requiring inspections e.i~her from Pen• nsylvania oi:: another state. The inspection . requirement was part of a law pass· ed this year by the General Assembly which also granted the industry an in· creased weight limit. "The trucking industry is reneging on its part of the agreement, at the expense of the safety and well-being of

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More Society ~ MaSB will bi;onze bust of the one-time be celebrated Friday, Oct. . Chancellor of England 31, at 6 p.m. in Epiphany pr~sented as a token of the esteem in-w,hich the honored · Church, Upto~. , . Usually held ~ach'year on guest is held ·by his fellow November 1 the Mass was members of the bar. moved ah~ad one day This year's awardee will be because Nov. · 1 falls on announced next. week. Saturday and also is An Re~rvations for the ~er Saints Day, a .day of ~oly may be made by calling · . Obligation. Bish9p Leonard 288-9687. will be Ii I b ·· t 'e ce e rant. ' The society is an organiza• tion of Catholic members of Duquesne _Univ_e rsity's • the Allegheny, County Bar School of Nursmg will hold a Ass~ciation. · .The annual two-~art ,wor k!~·op · on · . Mass is held in honor of St. ass~rtiveness tr~g {or: · ·• Thomas More; the patron regie!",ered nµrses, Th.ursday, saint of lawyers. · Oct. 3~ and ~ursday1 Nov. A tribute 00 some member 20 ~t the ~ r t..Ramada f th b , Inn m Cor, opolis, Pa. • 0 associati~:n: At the first aes,sion on....Oct. . made,eeacharyear at a f __ : 30 . d finiti .. , • , . , e one o as,..,. ...ve-

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Cubs Plan Flea Market . There will be a flea market sponsored by Cub Scout ·Pack 555 on Saturday, Oct. 11 from 10. a.m. until 3 p.m. in the parking lot of First Federal Savings and .Loan of Mt. Oliver, Penn and Hays 'avenues. The pack is soliciting donations of items which can be sold that day. For further information or pick up, phone Debbie Miller, 431-4617.

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However, this does · "" sters. on the last play also. . Business Persons Swim - 11 not limit the possibility ,o(in· _; Offe Greenfield scored the first · a.m.-1 p.m., Monday through O uggestIOil termural activity. .,r,, • '•beginni time they had the ball on a_24 Friday; Opeq Swim - 2:30-5 In order to . satisfy · the There will be,an organiza•· aril c1a yard run. p.m., M~nday through Fri'. needs and desires of the 'com:- -tional meeting·at 7:30 p.m.,:' , childrel On the ensuing kickoff, day, 12-6 p.m. Saturday end munity in terms of leisure ' ¥~~dl'.!Y,'· Oct. · 27 ,at the .: ' , . childrei Terry Held took the ball and 1-6 p:m. Sunday; and ,F ~ activities Brashear Associa• ~ill,top_ :V¥CA, 3Q2 Zara ·..inent raced 64 yards for BJ>: , .,Swim~ 7-11 p:m. MondilfB, tion,st,uf is promiaing 1."(o'u .' S~~;. E~~-·,~a,s., ~\l '!'.'c hild~ parent toufhdo'wn h1:1~ M~. and Fridays, 6-11 p.m. Satur- . n&µ1,_1! it We'll ·get ft!' ,true , tho~ m~,s ~ ~ ( ~ a Oliver was caught clipping. day: end'Sunday. ' · · , .,' team should conq1ct Uiague• . =·macti Fortunate~:y, .,Indfa~,: Eric · Special . swithmmg ·pro- , y~ently, activities at the cootduili~i:, Bill ~t, •. _., the "ah Malonowskitookcareofthat grams include: DPR Swim •main center at 2006 ' Sarah 481-4100 .for ,registra:~1on t· appreci mistake and •capped a , 67 ud Dive T ~ practi~:"6~'! · St. 11J1d• Heriry ' Kaµfmi¢n W9~~o~. !I . , , •1•.,:1, ' · artif11cl yard with a 17 yard p.m. Monday through · FriCent.er, Fernleaf and . ijalis11"7,' , ' - 'Chji, touchdown run to tie , the day, 7-10 _!l.m. Satur~y ~ bury:streets in Arlin~~ ai:e ~ O°"!'en . , ..- ..!i'-_ g~e at thti half. Greenfield . 7 .a.m.01 p.m. Sunday; .sei;uor offering pr~g.r8:~8 for ' IJIDI then·won 'tbe game on a 16 Citizens Swim - ,7~9. p.m. children and ,·lidillts m sew• ;',,. · .',. · , , ·1 yard run on a reverse mid ad- 1'uesday; 21 an_~ (h,er_· Swbn ceramics; karate," ~ . fn:( Lenm1.1/,, ded the conversion for a 14-6 - 9-11 p.m.· ~ ; Ad· dancing, •piano lessons, · , , 'i '.7 , ""'t,~ ':' , victory. Eric Malonowski.led v,~ced IJfesavin~-~d. Lifeguitar lesson,s,- tradi~onal .The,./ C~ty of '• Pi~tsbµrgh,c the defense with five tackles guard Training .:;... Wednes- , and moder& dancing. Department. Q,( Park,1,'i,a nd· followed by Terry Held, John day, 7-11 p.m.; Handi~pJN:rl "If we don't have -a group ~eauon will '~ -;lipon· ,. . Haas, Jason Nielgorski and Swim 7-9 ,p.m. Wedn~sday; that suits your: special sor ·a · Women's BasketbajJ-· \, , Eric Keiffer. T}ley are 0-3-(). . Adult ~ -to Swim - 9-11 terest, just name it atuf if ~ e for city residents. e>f ~;§-' ' :s' . thei'e:are io or more who sign all ,ages. .. . W~p oesn t · ·. DOW ,·, up f~r ...~y group, ·we will I~~~sted , ~~duals or , It's ski~; tµne, at Boyce Ryan said, "~fyou want~ schedule, the class," . s~, · !-9~•~~f:>~'?1.~ on attendPark. . ,_ , . buy, _ sell or exch~ sk,i Lola O!Dea, program dfree. ~ .an ~r~/l~onal , ~9'ltThe county:-0wned facility equipment, Boyce 1s · i~e . to,;. , :, . mg schedill,~ f<?r . ~!!~Yi , will nold .its eig~th annual place.to do it:" , M~bership fee and ~s , ~ct.·7:at·t~e -Schenley, ~at,, , Ski Swap the _weekends of Chairman of_ this years ac~vity •feies are required. mg,, Rir!,k,•:i:,,~ l9ok Drive, Oct. 4-6, an~ 11-12 even Ski S.wap is Lorraine Ziter, of . ,F~r mol'.8 information; caµ Schenley Par~ •1' 11; • though snow 1s not expected Sweetbriar St., Mt. Wash- Mrs.' O'),)e«1, , 481-2236, ~r F~r m9~ -~inf?rmatio~, reuntil December. mgtpn. •· .., , Thelma Baumann at,. l-Jerir-y garding Women s Basketbijl The public is invited to at- . She said, ''.Uyou have any Kaufmann Center, 431-0667. call 421-4631. tend the swap which will oe . ski equipment to sell, you Brashear is a United.Way held from, 10, a.m. to' 6 p.oi. 'can register it at the Boyce ~ncy. ..' . earn . J) , w_ 1m~, 1 all ~our day&,.c, · 1· : Park ski lodge Friday, Oct:'3, · S l 'S . The Cjty o! °Pittsburgh'De. ~un Ryan: the.Boyce Park ' from 10 a.m. t.o 4 p.m.' and Rµmmage a e at. partment of Parks and •Rec-•' , ,. ·:'>.· ,~ ,-~~ ski manager, · ~aid that. pro- from 7 to 9 p.m. . . . There will be a rummage reation Aqu{ltics Di~(lio~ ,,;, · . ., , ,.,,.~Pf ceeds from the swap will be Ski equipment .that 1s and bake ·sale at the willcondiict 'aLearntoSwim · .,.,. ~ ~ used to b~31: first aid supplies most in demand,' Miss Ziter · B.in g,,li'~ m St. · United program· at ,the Oliver ·Bath _:Z -. , •• : ~Wlu,::l and equipment to be used said, are skis, boots and Methodist· Chur~h; S\ 13th Hous_e, l0th 'and Binghain·: ,, · · ," _p!m;11f d~g th~ ·wmter months to poles for young childr9;D and Bingham streets on .Streets beguming o~~.4., ; · ,· ~ t ,aid the skiers, ·because they outgro:w theu- Saturday, Oct. 4; frQin 9,a.m 'Classes ' }Vill 00 on '$i,,tur:· ;; · Qctob •INTl..-0~• equipment every two or uhtil ·7 p.m. day mornings from 10:00. • 1XTU101 • three years. A 'li:nrv Meets Fri. , a.m. to Noon, All -p ~~.'' ·One of the features of.the · . ,uxi ~- J. • • pants must ' be .at least ''6 Ski Swap will be ·the-,annual' , th " ThMe ~li?ies F : \ ~ ·: years of age,:·,, :,. , Ski Clinjc of the Pittsburgh ,e ~- v ver ~e . ep · wµ,, • , For more.·irifonnation•and · Ski Club. It will be at Boyce meet next ~n Fnd ay: ·Oct. 3 registration call the: :oliver .Sunday, Oct. 5. · a t 8 p.m. m the_ Fll'emens Bath House at 431-7727'. . . , Hall. .. . ..

their Greenfield counterparts and trounced them 22·0 for their .second straight shutout. The Indians had 239 yards rushing and averaged 11.9 yards per rush as Don Rosenfeld and Rick Bubash ran fo~ 130 an 101 yards respect1ve_ly. Mt. Oliver thought they had an early 6-0 lead but Rick Bubash's 15 yard touchdown was nullified by a clip. Greenfield held but fumbled on their next possession and Don Rosenfeld fell on the loose ball at the Cougar 10. . Rosenfeld then took a handofffromQBMatt~ervosh and ran 10 yard_s for the initial score and Rick Bubash ran the conversion for an 8-0 lead at the en4 . of tlie first quarter. In the second quarter, Mt. Oliver drove 63 yards in only 3 plays as Rick Bubash streaked 48 yards to make the 14-0 at the half. In the third quarter, Mt. Oliver was caught holding which took them back to their own 18 yard line. Don Rosenfeld took care of that situation as he galloped 82 yards for a touchdown and Doug Higgins caught the conversion pass from Rick Bubash for a 22-0 win. .

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