THUR! SJAY, FEBRUARY I, 1973 * Â· Â· T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N PAGE 47 waits ---77 r ' , . ; Â· ' " 'Â·Â· '- Â·"-.Â·'.'.Â· , Jjteelworker Rolls to stylish retirement Polish chief s work up lather over absenteeism on jobs Â· . Â· ' , Â· .." . Â· . : Â· . ' Â· ' ' . . Â· . Â·"Â·',' . ' . Â· : Â· ' Â· Â· . Â· . '.-.Â·/"*.- , - . Â· Â· ' Â· Â· Â· Â· Â· Â· Â· Â· ' Â· Â«J Â·Â·Â£ BETHLEHEM, ?a. (UPI) Â·u Far 43 years, Robert "Little Guy" Miller rode to work at "the Bethlehem Steel Co. plant on a battered, 1927 Indian motorcycle. The 63-year-old electrician now has retired but his family and friends made sure he rode 'Â·(nit in style. Â· Â· W h e n Miller, dressed 1 in work clothes and wearing his felt hat, stepped ;out of his home to go to'work'! a sleek, black and gray Rolls-Royce was waiting for him. Good morning, sir," said a chauffeur as he opened the door, "your car is here." Miller was so surprised he nearly forgot his lunch -- two jelly sandwiches packed in a brown paper bag .by his wife-. "Boy, the big guys are going to wonder about this," was all he could tell his surprised 1 coworkers. . WARSAW (AP),-- Poland's Communist regime has declared war on a massive army of work dodgers who plead sickness to stay away from jobs.. : Premier Piotr Jaroszewicz reports that 700,000 of the labor force of 11 million daily are absent from work -- hindering many sections of the economy. An "enormous proportion" of sick leave, says one paper, is taken : by drunkards and idlers. Doctors are under fire for being liberal with sickness certificates. Despite the problem, Poland's over-all economic performance last year was good. According to government figures, .industry exceeded. production goals by $900 million. The mere thought of what isn't 'being achieved because of the "sick brigade" sends party papers into editorial fits o f rage. : ' . ' . . ' Â· ' Western diplomats say a new law practically encourages people to stay away from work. Absenteeism rocketed last year when the state decreed that manual workers i gradually should receive the same sickness benefits as white-collar employes. Factory workers are entitled to full wages if they suffer serious diseases or are incapacitated by industrial accidents. For illnesses like common colds they get 85 per cent of their pay while away. This will jump to 90 and 100 per ' cent later. The paper Glos Szczecinski recently cited three sectors as worst affected -- the machine industry, chemical and rubber plants, and textile factories. Last year their sick cases rose 17 to 21 per cent. "I want to say outright," party boss Edward Gierek told 1 Poland's trade union congress in Warsaw, "we are alarmed by the great dimensions of sick absenteeism. We cannot tolerate abuse of benefits, derived from greater sickness rights. 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Tache* 24/ Tucson, and Detatol* Lee: Rlchardjon, Jl,Tucson. * Charles McClaln Russell, 28, Tucson, Â»nd Barbara Gal* Starkev, 17, Tuc*on7 ' Rogello Morales, 1Â«, Alo, and Deborah E. udom, 17, Alo. , . : Â· William Kane, 30, Sahuarlta, and Patsy Ann Graham, 21, Tucson. Edward Baaba, 52, Tucson, and Grace B. Baaba, 52, Tucson. Steve Reuben Luncle, 19, Tucson, and Diana Lynn Woods, 19, Tucson. John Edward Maiorana, 23, Sierra Vis- 1a, and Lorraine Yvonne Nelson, 2], Phoenix. . . DIVORCES Karen Rae Peterson vs. Barry L. Peterson, decree. Joseflna A. Loper vs. Ezequlel F. Lopez, decree. ; Â· . . . Â· Â· , Genoveva M, Dt Cardenas vs. Ed B. De Cardenas, decree. Vlrnlnla Houston vs. Cecil L. Houston, C YÂ«i C Soolc Madrid vs. John A. Madrid, decree. Michael Spinner vs. Judy L. Spinner, decree. Vivian p. Fladness vs. Robert J. Fladness, decree. Shirley Allison vs. Robert O'Nell Allison, decree. Phyllis A. Kaczmarskl vs. Michael E. Kaczmarskl, decree. Anita Lynn Hudson vs. Dave W. Hudson, decree. Charles W. Prince vs. Cillle Orleane Prince, decree. Â· ' Patty Gene Dunham vs ; Orville E. Dunham, decree. Pesgy Lynn Dean vs. Wayne Miller, Dean, decree. Thais Susan Dalton vs. Martin Richard" Dalton, decree. Margaret P. Hlggins vs. Felix Thomaf^ Hiaolns, decree. i: ~ Lannle S. Yardley vs. Arson Yard'ey." decree. Neweleen A. Salinas vs. Richard SÂ»r Unas, decree. -;Lois Dlanne Eltlngtr Vs. John Arthur Julia 5 fc. 'se'rn'al vs. Michael Bernal, complaint. . ,,TM Joan H. Newbold vs. David Kent New-bold, complaint. . ..." Theron A. Miller vs. Debra Clark Miller, complaint. , . Â· :. , : ; ! Â·Â·Â·-Â· Burton Lewis Clark J.'. vs. Audrey B. Clark,comolalnt. -.-. ' , Â· , . , Â· Â· Â· .-Lou Smith vs. Pa;;! Wli.'lam Smith,-' complaint. . Â· . - : ' Â·'Â·Â·. .,Â·'.. . Â· , t v- Carolyn Sue Smlt/i, w. jack Charlei r vs. Kathleen P._ Smith, complain!: David W. Nlckeson, complalr.t.' ; .. , , . Â· Â· Â· Â· . . Patricia Montana v,i. Y.'ildero Montanoi; Sutanne'Houston vi:'; Maurice Houston, Â· Eunice Souders vs. Gersld Souiers, CO slSn?ev f 'E. Knyzanowskl vs. Nancy Ruth Knvianowskl, complaint.; . Justin B. Warrmer Jr. vÂ». Pon9!ri War- rlner, complaint. . ' Laura M. Schossow vs. Robert W. Schossow, complaint. , ,, , , . , Inez E. Uselman vs. Innls W. Uselman, C Â°Be3i*e nt b. Dorrel vs. Ronald Dorrei, "sTewarT'Balley vs. Guadalupt B. Â»al- ley, complaint. , . BIRTHS Mr. JUICE Town House For handi 16-01. and body plastic ALL MEAT WIII- Â»ll S. *. crorecn Ave., a boy at 12:24 a.m. Jan. 31. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Baker, 905 C N. Venice Ave., a boy at 1 :43 a.m. Jan. 31. TUCSON MEDICAL CENTER Mr. and Mra. Armand SMrdufl Jr., 410 S. Chesin Drive, Â« boy at, 7:07 a.m. Ja Mr. and Mrs. JoÂ« .Romero, MS W. Â«th eiler, Â«D H. p.m. Jan. r. and Mrs. Armjnda Alamo, _SÂ» . llm Ave., a nlrl at 6:25 a.m. Jan. 3T. Show to fund Nicaraguan quake aid Nicaragua earthquake survivors are to benefit from the proceeds of a country music concert scheduled Sunday at 4 p.m. at the University of Arizona Student Union. The co-sponsors of the concert, UA student government and the Ananda Marga Yoga society, will ask for $1 donations at the door to the Arizona Ballroom. Musicians John Doe, Chuck Mann, Fast Eddie and the Rodeo Kings, Mike and Greg and Muggles, will perform. Proceeds are to go to the Ananda Marga Universal Relief Team for reconstruction efforts in Managua, the Nicaraguan capital ravaged by a December earthquake. The relief team has provided similar assistance in India, Turkey, Bangladesh and the Philippines. Donations of construction and sanitation supplies as well as money may be made after 5 p.m. at 446 S. 3rd Avenue. Doctors plan speech drive against YD To aid in the fight against venereal disease, a group of osteopathic physicians on the staff of Tucson General Hospital has organized a speakers' bureau. The physicians who plan to speak at schools and to youth groups, say they launched the speaking campaign to bring the problems of VD "out in the open." The osteopaths will stress the importance of recognizing VD symptoms and the importance of seeking medical attention early in the disease. Youth groups interested in hearing a physician speak on venereal disease may contact Dr. Christian Peters, 101 W. Ajo Way. Temporary duty NORWICH, England (UPI) -- Stanley Craske has just retired from a post with Erpingham Village Council, which hÂ« took on temporarily in 1933 at the age of 14.
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