Indiana Gazette from Indiana, Pennsylvania on September 19, 1990 · Page 11
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,3nMana (JSaeette ET CETERA Saturday, September 20, 2003 - Page 11 Abby By Abigail Van Buren Americana music awards By The Associated Press , DEAR ABBY: At my office, many employees participate in fund-raisers for church groups or schools. These fund-raisers involve buying items such as wrapping paper, chocolate bars, etc. I usually buy "whatever" because it's for a good cause. [One of my co-workers, "•Robin," frequently asks the rest df us to chip in to raise money for her daughter's school. However, Robin recently admitted to me privately that the money she's collecting is actually for herself. She justified her actions by saying the funds are for a "worthy cause" — HER TRIP TO PARIS. ^Should I tell my co-workers a^bout Robin's scam, or report her tb the companies providing the products she's selling for "charity"? I am disgusted by her deceit and her inability to see anything wrong with what she's doing. — SICK ABOUT IT IN ST. LOUIS DEAR SICK ABOUT IT: By all means, speak up and tell your co-workers about her scheme. Robin's lack of ethics is appalling — and may even be criminal. To remain silent makes you an accessory, so don't wait. Do it now. DEAR ABBY: Two months ago, I tpld a boy at school I'll call Aaron that I've been infatuated with him. We are both 13. Aaron and I have been dating ever since my "confession," and I've been very happy with him until recently. Lately, I can't, stand him — and I don't know why. I dread his phone calls, and I'm always trying to think up excuses not to see Him. «Aaron has told me that I'm his \yhole world and he would kill himself if he ever "lost" me. This i§> my first relationship with a boy, and I don't know what to do. ; Abby, please help. I want to end this thing with him, but I'm afraid of what he might do. — SCARED AND WORRIED SICK IN KANSAS CITY , DEAR SCARED AND WORRIED: What Aaron is doing is emotional blackmail. On some level, he senses that you are losing interest and he is trying to make you responsible for his welfare. Now is the time to tell your parents or another trusted adult exactly what is going on. Aaron's family should be informed about his self-destructive threats. Please don't delay. ' In the future, don't be so quick to tie yourself to one person. Now is the time you should be enjoying activities with groups of friends. ijpEAR ABBY: I was recently hired at a company that seems to be way out of my league. When I walked in, I saw young, beautiful, thin, well-bred, middle-class folks everywhere. I am none of those things. (Well, I am young.) How does a person from one class work with another class without being noticed? By that I mean, how do I hide the fact that V don't fit in? — FEELS LIKE A FRAUD IN FLORIDA DEAR FEELS LIKE A FRAUD: Stop putting yourself down and anticipating problems that may never happen. If someone didn't .think you'd fit in, you would not have been hired by your employer. Do your job well and you v^ill be respected. Be friendly and reach out and you will make friends. .Ifs not what you look like or where' you are from, it's what you have to offer that makes you a valued employee. Dear Abby is written by Abigail Van Buren, also known as Jeanne Phillips, and was founded by her mother, Pauline Phillips. Write Dear Abby at www.Dear- Abby.com or P.O. Box 69440, Los Angeles, CA 90069. Universal Press Syndicate NASHVILLE, Tenn.— A week after his death, Johnny Cash was honored with artist, song and album of the year awards at the Americana music awards show. Friday's show was the second for the Americana Music Association, a group that promotes more traditional country music than much of the contemporary pop-oriented sounds of Nashville. Cash won song of the year for "Hurt," a stirring anti-drug song written by Trent Reznor of the rock group Nine Inch Nails, and album of the Year for "American IV: The Man Comes Around," the latest in a series produced by rock-rap producer Rick Rubin. Cash was selected artist of the year for his work on the song and album. Kris Kristofferson, a singer- songwriter and actor who was Cash's friend for 30 years and co- wrote his hit "Sunday Morning Coming Down," received the People longtime activist for social justice and human rights. JOHNNY CASH ... AMA award winner ... Spirit of Americana Free Speech Award, presented by the First Amendment Center along with the AMA, Kristofferson, who also wrote "Me and Bobby McGee," is a LOS ANGELES — A judge dismissed two parts of pop star Michael . Jackson's lawsuit against Universal Music Group, that claims the world's largest record company owes him royalties for the rerelease of songs he made in the 1970s. . The lawsuit, filed in May, accuses Universal of violating a 1980 agreement to pay Jackson royalties from recordings he made with the Jackson 5 and as a solo artist from 1969 to 1976 for Motown Records, which was acquired by the company. On Friday, Judge Emilie Elias tossed out Jackson's claim that Universal had a fiduciary duty to make sure he received the best financial deal possible. She also dismissed his conversion claim, which argued that Universal had improperly used the music in licensing. Eight of Jackson's claims remain in the lawsuit, including breach of contract. Universal's attorney declined to comment. Jackson's lawyer, Brian Wolf, said he is considering filing an appeal about the fiduciary duty claim and plans to amend the conversion claim and present it again to the court.' NEW YORK — Pop singer Anastacia will serve as spokeswoman for Lifetime Television's public awareness campaign "Our Lifetime Commitment: Stop Breast Cancer for Life." Anastacia, recently treated for breast cancer, will be featured in "Women Rock! Songs From the Movies," the fourth annual concert special to raise awareness and benefit breast cancer education. The concert special, which will air Oct. 23 at 10 p.m. ET, also will include performances by Alison Krauss and Union Station, Dolly Parton, Kenny Loggins, Mandy Moore, Mya and Celine Dion. Now in its ninth year, the initiative focuses on awareness and education as the tools of breast cancer detection, supported by on-air programming, online information and community outreach throughout October, National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. NEW YORK — "The Simple Life," a new reality series that "chronicles two affluent socialites as they make the transi- U'on from filthy rich to just plain filthy," will premiere in December, the Fox network announced. Fox said the show follows hotel heiress Paris Hilton and her friend Nicole Richie, daughter of Lionel Richie, as they leave die comforts of their lavish lifestyle in Los Angeles and move in with the hardworking Leding family inAltus.Ark. "The Simple Life" will premiere on Dec. 2 (8:30 p.m. ET), Fox said Thursday. Today in History ByTheAssociatedPress Waitress returns cash Today is Saturday, Sept. 20, the 263rd day of 2003. There are 102 days left in the year. Todays highlight in history: On Sept. 20, 1519, Portuguese navigator Ferdinand Magellan set out from Spain on a voyage to find a western passage to the Spice Islands in Indonesia. Magellan was killed enroute, but one of his ships eventually circled the world. On this date: In 1881, Chester A. Arthur was sworn in as the 21st president of the United States, succeeding the assassinated James A. Garfield. In 1947, former New York City Mayor Fiorello La Guardia died. In 1962, black student James Meredith was blocked from en• rolling at the University of Mississippi by Gov. Ross R. Barnett. Meredith was later admitted. In 1963, President Kennedy proposed a joint U.S-Soviet expedition to the moon. In 1973, in their so-called "bat- de of the sexes," tennis star Billie Jean King defeated Bobby Riggs in straight sets, 6-4, 6-3, 6-3, at the Houston Astrodome. In 1973, singer-songwriter Jim Croce died in a plane crash near Natchitoches, La.; he was 30. In 1977, the first wave of Southeast Asian "boat people" arrived in Sah Francisco under a new U.S. resettlement program. In 1978, John Vorster, prime minister of white-ruled South Africa since 1966, announced his resignation. In 1984, a suicide car bomber attacked the U.S. Embassy annex in north Beirut, killing a dozen people. In 1989, EW. de Klerk was sworn in as president of South Africa. Ten years ago: QVC Network Inc. proposed a $9.5 billion stock and cash merger with Paramount Communications Inc.; however, Viacom eventually won the battle to acquire Paramount. Five years ago: After 2,632 consecutive games, Cal Ripken of the Baltimore Orioles sat out a game against the New York Yankees, ending a 16-year run. Muriel Humphrey Brown, widow of Vice President Hubert Humphrey and his brief successor in the U.S. Senate, died in Minneapolis at age 86. One year ago: President Bush appealed to a reluctant Russian President Vladimir Putin to back anewU.N. resolution that would threaten Iraq with war if it did not disarm; Russian officials indicated there might be room for compromise. William Rosenberg, founder of the Dunkin' Donuts chain, died in Mashpee, Mass., at age 86. Today's Birthdays: Basketball Hall of Fame coach Red Auerbach is 86. Singer Gogi Grant is 79. Actress-comedian Anne Meara is 74. Actress Sophia Loren is 69. Rock musician Chuck Panozzo is 56. Former hockey player Guy LaFleuris52. Jazz musician Peter White is 49. Actress Betsy Brantley is 48. Actor Gary Cole is 47. Actress Kristen Johnston is 36. Rock singers Matthew Nelson and Gunnar Nelson are 36. Rock musician Ben Shepherd is 35. Rock musician Matt Sharp is 34. Rock musician Rick Woolstenhulme (Lifehouse) is 24. FALL MATERNITY SALE STARTS SUNDAY! < SANDY'S ^CLEANING 4 SERVICE < Fall Has Arrived! > j Have SaMlytaYiNr gut' * Prepare fir The HoMays' 1 SCHEDULE FALL j CLEANING DATES NOW. 724-465-2406 Anniversaries? Birthdays? Weddings? PAUL BEATTY JEWELERS 120 W. Mahoning St., Punxsutawney 814-938-7590 Bicentennial Yesterdays Sept 20 1978 The Plumville Library was to celebrate its new location with a grand opening. Moved from its old location in the Presbyterian Church, the library was in the old school building next to Doud's Furniture. The library was part of the new Indiana County Library System. 1993 U.S. Rep. John Murtha visited with expectant mothers and inspected Indiana County programs that he thought might provide models for the delivery of health-care services in rural areas. Murtha inspected the Better Start Mobile Prenatal Care van, talked with Dr. Vicki Se shadri and discussed the rural WIG Clinic and van. 1998 Veterans, their families and numerous supporters gathered at Indiana's Memorial Park in remembrance 'of prisoners' of war and those declared 'missing in.action; Despite the dark skies anc rain, the spectators watchet the ceremonial raising of the American and POW/MIA flags at the National Guard Armor} while Indiana Area — Jennifer Grin HANNIBAL, Mo. (AP) — Mark Twain once called honesty "the best of all the lost arts." But it's an art that hasn't been lost in his own hometown. A Hannibal waitress is getting kudos from her boss after returning $2,000 to the tourist who lost it. Haley Cassidy found an enve- lope on the floor of Ole Planters Restaurant last week after a group of people had finished their meal. She looked inside and found $2,000 in cash. Cassidy, a Hannibal High School junior, ran out of the restaurant and found the group that she had served, and returned the cash. PROFESSIONAL NORSES :FREE UN's, GN's, LPN's, GPN's Plus Student Nurses - Social & Seminar - Sponsored by: MXI Mobile X-ray and Indiana Co Health Care Careers Consortium "PAIN MANAGEMENT" Presenter Dr. Stella Boron Board Certified In Hospice, Palliative Medicine and Internal Medicine Wednesday, Sept. 24, 2003 4-5:30 p.m. at Beacon Ridge 1515 Wayne Ave. Refreshments l RSVP to Cathy Williams at 724-349-5300 tomorrows! mot net 5 MATERNITY Reg.$12-$70 Sale$M2JM. • Fall Dresses & Pantsets • Career & Sportswear Coordinates • Basic Tops & Bottoms Metthandise selection** vary by store. Intermediate martidowra may have been taken. Sale excludes intimate apparct. Sate prices effective Sunday, Sept 21 . through Monday. Sept 29. Russell Drozdiak, M.D. and Anne T. Long, M.D. are pleased to announce that Joseph Lamantia, D.O. has joined them in the practice of Family Medicine in Clymer, Pennsylvania. Dr. Lamantia trained at New York College of Osteopathic Medicine, and completed a family practice residency at Good Samaritan Medical Center, West Islip, New York, in 2002. Drs. Drozdiak, Long and Lamantia are board certified in Family Medicine. They provide care for adults and children, including immunizations. All three doctors admit patients to Indiana Regional Medical Center. Their office is located at 349 Franklin Street, Clymer. Telephone: 724-254-4314 i

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