The Pittsburgh Press from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on September 29, 1982 · Page 18
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A-18 Pittsburgh Press, Wed., Sept. 29, 1982 ' 1,1 1 1 1 -N IN THE NEWS The mayor of Israel's largest city said he and his wife were robbed at gunpoint in midtown Manhattan on the night of Yom Kippur by four men who took their jewelry, cash, airline tickets and passports. "I am a great admirer of New York City. Show me a city where you can be mugged and still love it," said ShJomo Labat, 55, the mayor of Tel Aviv for the past nine years. Lahat, his wife, Ziva, and an assistant, Hanan Ben Yehuda, were surrounded by four men on 58 th Street near Sixth Avenue. One of the men, Lahat said, displayed a handgun while another put a knife to his wife's back. He said they took his wife's jewelry, her bag, containing airline tickets and passports, and his gold watch and wallet. Ben Yehuda managed to slip jaway, only to encounter another j New York City horror: Lahat said ,the doorman at a nearby hotel re- Mused to call the police. Lahat said authorities had cap-' tured one suspect and recovered the ! airline tickets and passorts, but not Ithe other property. Allegra E. Munson, the first woman lawyer appointed to the Rhode Island public defender's office, has tied the knot with convicted Bonded Vault robber John Ouimette, who is not eligible for parole until 1991. The former assistant public defender, Rhode Island's "Young Woman of the Year" in 1972, married Ouimette Sept. 5 at the Massa- f chusetts Correctional Institution in Norfolk, Mass., where he is serving a life sentence for his role in the S3 million heist. He was transferred there in January from the Rhode Island state prison in Cranston. Miss Munson, 36, resigned during the summer from her $35,105 a year job in the public defender's office after pleading guilty to attempted larceny in a scheme to smuggle license plates out of the state prison. Ouimette, 42, has served only a year of his life term. He is not eligible for parole until 1991. Cardinal John Krol of the Philadelphia Catholic Archiocese says he could run Philadelphia's Catholic, schools for a year with the money the Defense Department spends in one day to house nuclear weapons. Krol urged students at Pennsylvania State University's Lima campus to try to influence friends and neighbors to help end the nuclear arms race through "reciprocal or collective disarmament." "The only way to get this moving is through teaching," Krol said. Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor and President Reagan were the most admired political woman and man in the country among teen-age girls polled by Seventeen magazine. Following Mrs. O'Connor on the female side of the political list were Margaret Thatcher, Nancy Reagan and Jane Fonda. On the masculine side, after Reagan came Ted Kennedy, George Dush and Ed Koch. r ,HV " 1 I. 1 Pastor Chairs Heart Association ! . A The Rev. Robert R. Byrnes of Point Marion, Fayette County, the pastor of St. Hubert Rectory, has been elected chairman of the board of directors of the Pennsylvania Affiliate of the American Heart Association. The former chairman, Ross I. Pontius, who retired recently from Midland-Ross Corp., was named to the executive committee. Directors- crystallography at the University of Pittsburgh, has received a Senior U.S. Scientist award from the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation in Germany. The award will permit him to conduct research at the Frci University of Berlin and the Univcr? sity of Hamburg. i mm f i hi '.HUM rfdkHSiwHMIHMIHMIMNHMaMillll What They're Doing NO. 1 Nancy Reagan displays a T-shirt given to her by students at Central High School in Little Rock, Ark., after she talked to them on the danger of drug abuse. Lottery Winner Here's the winning Daily Lottery number for Tuesday, Sept. 28, 1982: 858 at-large selected during the organization's 33rd annua! assembly was held in Pittsburgh were John A. Cicco Jr. of Murrysville, president of Cicco and Associates Inc., and Dr. Mark E. Thompson, associate professor of medicine at the University of Pittsburgh's School of Medicine. Attorney Malcolm Anderson, senior partner of Anderson, Moreland and Bush and former U.S. attorney for the western division of Pennsylvania, has been named to the board of trustees of Chautauqua Institution in New York. Dr. Joseph A. Marasco Jr., director of diagnostic radiology at St. Francis General Hospital and director of radiology for the Forbes Health System, has been elected vice-chairman of the board of chancellors of the American College of Radiology at the ACR's recent annual meeting in Boston. Edward J. Blotzer Jr., chief humane officer and president of Animal Care and Welfare Inc., was honored as "Outstanding Humane Officer 1982" at the annual conference of the Pennsylvania Federated Societies held recently in Gettysburg. George A. 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