The Newark Advocate from Newark, Ohio on February 20, 1992 · 7
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Thursday, February 20, 1992
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VA Lany Putman helps Trisha and Jon Smith gather personal belongings from their home in Van Wert, Ohio, Wednesday after it was destroyed in a storm Tuesday night National Weather Service officials surveyed the area Wednesday to determine if a tornado had struck (AP) No changes for U.S. coins Flip side of coins still 'boring' WASHINGTON (AP) - Although some people think U.S. coins are "ordinary and boring" that eagle thing on the back of the quarter, the Lincoln Memorial, Thomas Jefferson's home House lawmakers say they aren't about to make any changes. In a dramatic turnabout of sentiment, the House on Wednesday, overwhelmingly rejected a proposal to redesign the dime, quarter, penny and nickel after more than two-thirds of its members had endorsed the idea just two years ago. Monticello on the back of the nickel, the Lincoln Memorial penny and the quarter eagle, along with the Statue of Liberty's torch on the flip side of the dime, all would have been stripped from new coins by 1998 under a bill passed by the Senate last November. More than 270 House members also had signed on as co-sponsors of the measure in 1988 and 1989. And even the Bush administration had dropped its opposition to the change after it was attached to a pet project of first lady Barbara Bush to finance the White House's collection of paintings and antiques. Sex researchers to divorce ST. LOUIS (AP) - Sex research pioneers Masters and Dr. William Masters and his wife and professional collaborator, Virginia Johnson Masters, announced Wednesday that they were getting a divorce after 21 years of marriage. Dr. Masters is 76 and his wife is 67. They have worked together professionally for 35 years. The decision was "based on differences in the goals each has for the balance of their lives," said Disabled missing benefits WASHINGTON (AP) - Some 600,000 children with disabilities aren't getting benefits they're entitled to from the Social Security Administration because the agency isn't letting them know help is available, a coalition of private organizations said today. Eighty-five percent of the eligible children in some states are going without payments of up to $422 a month because their families don't know they qualify, the Children's SSI Campaign said in a statement. More than 1 million children with disabilities are eligible for the Supplemental Security Income program, but only 439,000 got them in December, the coalition said. Some of the children qualify under a Supreme Court ruling of two years ago which said the agency had arbitrarily and illegally denied cash benefits. The court ordered the SSA to contact 452,000 children turned down between 1980 and 1990, hut only 204,000 have been located, Jonathan Stein of Philadelphia's Community Legal Services said. Today is the second anniversary of the court case, Sullivan vs. Zebley, the largest class action lawsuit ever brought against the Social Security Administration. Stein said there are delays and But when it came down to a final vote Wednesday to send the bill to Bush's desk, at least 100 House members changed their views. Instead of the two-thirds majority needed under a parliamentary move to expedite its passage, the bill was rejected 241-172. On the record, lawmakers said that with the economy in a recession and millions of Americans out of work, now was not the time to be monkeying around with the money people carry. "Worrying about how our nation's money looks, rather than how strong our money is, opens this House up to charges of wasting time instead of dealing with our economic woes," said Rep. Frank Annunzio, D-Ill. Off the record, many lawmakers said their minds were changed out of a distaste for the tactics used by the measure's chief supporter, Sen. Alan Cranston, ID-Calif. Cranston, who is retiring at the end of this year after being rebuked by the Senate Ethics Committee in the Keating Five savings and loan scandal, and a friend, Diane Wolf, had made a crusade of new coin designs. William Young, director of the Masters & Johnson Institute. "I'm sure people will say if these two people can't get along, who can?" Young said. "But people are people, and they will continue to work professionally and be great friends." The team's 1966 best-selling book "Human Sexual Response," based on direct laboratory observation of people having intercourse or masturbating, was the first scientific review of sexual dysfunction. children errors in processing cases and that the agency is engaging in "foot-dragging." Agency spokeswoman Trish Butler denied the allegations. "I'm shocked, disappointed and confused that all this agency's efforts to reach these children are being castigated as foot-dragging," Butler said in an interview Wednesday. She said the agency has printed a quarter of a million posters, (wpt half a million brochures in English and Spanish, run TV and radio nublic service announce ments and been in touch with 200 community organizations. Snrial Security Commissioner Gwendolyn King "has made a personal commitment to tnis outreach effort and she is leaving no stone unturned," sutler saia. The Supplemental Security Income program is for lower-in-families of children who are blind or have a severe disability or chronic illness. To qualify, income for a family of four generally cannot be more thanS25,uuu "These families urgently need t-n Imnnr thmf TTiaU t1f)W fllialifV he- LU Aliun uvj -i j cause the eligibility rules have been rewritten," said Leonard Rubenstein, director of the Men tal Health Law Project Officials confirm tornado damage VAN WERT, Ohio (AP) A tornado carved a path in southern Van Wert County, knocking down homes, clipping trees and tossing cars in the air, but the damage would have been much worse in a less rural area, a National Weather Service official said. "The trees were shredded. Cars were carried away some distance," said Gerald Lindsey, meteorologist in charge of the weather service's Dayton office. "The damage that thing could have caused going through any village of any size would have been very devastating." The tornado, carrying winds up to 260 mph, touched down for 2.8 miles in a predominantly rural area, Lindsey said Wednesday. Six people were injured in the storm Tuesday night in western Ohio. Five houses were destroyed and six others were damaged. The storm developed so quickly that officials didn't have time to warn the public that a tornado might hit, said Rick McCoy, direc-tor of the county's Emergency Management Agency. It developed immediately and did not show up on radar. Therefore, the weather service was not able to put anything out, and we were not aware of any storms coming in. We were not able to activate the system," McCoy said. He said officials didn't know a tornado might have struck until they received reports ot property damage in the Van Wert area, about 90 miles southwest of Toledo. "We have a good system. We have weather monitor boxes in place around the county, in schools, industries, radio stations. You can put it on the air instantly. We have our siren system. ... We have over 100 spotters that can go out and spot these storms. And we're ready if one comes in," Mc Coy said. ADVERTISING 345-4053 Deadlines All Type Set Ads" 4:30 P.M. Day Before Publication Except 12:00 Noon Friday for Saturday. 3 P.M. Friday for Sunday & 4:30 P.M. Friday for Monday. Ads with Cuts or Art Noon 2 Days Prior to Publication Date. ' Rates $15.00 per inch Friday City Note Ads in Monday's County Shopper at $2.55 per inch. Ads may be charged if you are listed in the phone book. PAYABLE IN u p ADVANCE: ELEE Political, Birthday and Pwwml Ads Mmnorlanu, Ptry, Cards of Thanh $2.30 Bar Una S9.20 MinlMn The Advocate is responsible for errors, in the FIRST RUN ONLY FISH FRY Utica American Legion 5 to 8 P.M. Friday All you can eat $4.50 . Open to Public Utica, Ohio "THE CHALLENGERS" Will Be At The BEECHRIDGE LOUNGE This Fri. & Sat. Playing 9 p.m. to 2 a.m. Hit your target Audience by advertising in Advocate NOTICE THE BOARD OF ZONING APPEALS FOR MADISON TWP. WILL MEET THURS., FEB. 20th, AT THE MADISON TWP. HALL AT 7 P.M. ALLAN ROBINSON, SECRETARY r I nverness i OPEN DAILY AT 3 PM BAND FOR Fri. & Sat. "TAKE THAT" DJ TUES.-WED.-THURS. 63 S. 4th St FASHION SHOWLUNCHEON SUNDAY-MARCH 8-1:30 PM BEST WESTERN 15.00 PER PERSON TICKET INFORMATION CALL 344-7942 or 345-9741 PROCEEDS FOR SCHOLARSHIPS 1 AMERICAN BUSINESS WOMEN'S POSITION AVAILABLE Local Insurance Co. Interviewing for Sales Rep. Call between 3 and 5 p.m. 366-2955 B & B FLEA MARKET 1001 E.Main Newark Ballcards, Bicycles, & Lots Misc. 10-6 p.m. 7 Days Per Week Free Coffee A-1 POURED WALLS CO. Basement and Retaining Walls 763-4442 345-4833 LUXURIOUS FLORIDA C0ND0 2 bedroom, 2 bath, furnishedall amenities Including linens. Convenient to beaches, Bush Gardens & Disney World. Special rates due to late cancellation. 1-800-345-3308 PUBLIC NOTICE The Appropriation Meeting for 1992 for Harrison Township will be held Monday, March 2, 1992 at 6:30 p.m. in the Township House at Outville. Public is Welcome. Shirley A. Ashbrook, Clerk CHAIQ'S PLACH ; Located In The Best Western Now Featuring... COUNTRY BUFFET ON THURSDAY HiGHTS 54,95 SEAFOOD BUFTST ON FRIDAY NIGHTS 59.95 PRIME RIB BUFFET ON SATURDAY NIGHTS $10.95 SUNDAY BRUNCH $7.95 s And Presuming Flip Jackson's Live : Dinner Entertainment Fri. & Sat ' Evenlrtos rtd Sunday Brunch.'' Spaghetti Supper Feb. 22 C Q n American Legion Post 85 Home 58 East Main Street 4.00 per person The tkfkni's Trunk I 48 N. 4th St. 345-7891 New SpringSummer Merchandise Now Arriving!! See us for Communion Dresses Hours: Mon.-Frl. 10-6; Sat 10-3 1 Hours: Mon.-Frl. 10-6; S 1 NEWARK MAENNERCHOR DINNER DANCE SAT., FEB. 22nd Mitzl and Jerry Krebs are serving Sauerbraten, Mashed Potatoes, Red Cabbage, Bread and Beverage. Dessert available. Serving 6:00-7:30 p.m. Music By On Tap (Die Musikanten) 8-11 p.m. Tickets $7.00 Come and Bring a Guestl HIRING APPROXIMATELY 50 EMPLOYEES Day-Night-All Times All Locations Apply at Dairy Isle on Church St. Across From YMCA Apply Today HAVE A PANCAKE BREAKFAST WITH PERRY ELEMENTARY 6th GRADE AT LICKING VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL CAFETERIA SAT., MARCH 7th, 1992 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Proceeds benefit trip to Washington, DC $2.50 Advance Tickets $3.00 At The Door Ad Sponsored By Sims Funeral Home AMERICAN LEGION POST 85 58 E. Main St. FRIDAY NIGHT FISH FRY FRI., FEB. 21st 5-8 P.M. Downstairs All The Fish You Can Eat $4.00 Shrimp $4.00 Members and Guests Welcome IT IS WITH PLEASURE S to Thank the Residents of New- v Ark for the opportunity to walk the o S square and feed the Squirrels. N N Having had a Prothesis of the hip, N It Is important that I walk for the sj S5 betterment of my health. This is v your horn. You too, Amanda and v $ Dixie! S Carl Peterman HAPPY 5th I I BIRTHDAY! 1 Mom, Dad & Jenny v u io rriusi pleasant wain inai i take. If you see an elderly Gen-N The h S X WEEK SELF K DEFENSE COURSE rUH bUTH Men AND WOMEN Classes start . Thurs., March 5th 7. J Instructed by: J . J, ... F Paul Cortright I For information olease call hr 344-1854 or 344-3426 BINGO THURSDAY NIGHT All New Games All Paper Jug 124 - Instant 400 Brlng Ad and receive. fre strip of specials K OF P HALL 104 E. Main SL Doors Open at 6 P.M. Lie" 0023-42 SPAGHETTI DINNER TEHERAN GROTTO HALL 124 WATERWORKS ROAD THURSDAY, FEB. 21, 1992 ALL YOU CAN EAT! PUBLIC INVITED!! CARRYOUTS AVAILABLE! 5:00 to 7:30 $4.00 "LOOK" BLESSED SACRAMENT BINGO E. Main at Pannay Ave. FRIDAY, FEB. 21 St T GAME 28 numbers $230 GIANT JACKPOT $120051 numbers PICTURE FRAME 33 numbers $200 X GAME 24 numbers $190 PYRAMID GAME 30 numbers $99 INSIDE SQUARE 30 numbers $99 SENIOR GAME 55 numbers $400 PRESIDENTS DAT! 2 a EXTRA DOOR PRIZES I ADMISSION $3.00 INCLUDES 6 cards PLUS 'free plj' on PYRAMID Doora Open 5:30 p.m. Early Birds 7:00 p.m. REGULAR GAMES 7:30 P.M. Smoke Ealers for your comlort Blessed Saciamnt Crwcti and Scroa Ucanse toxtm A. BASEBALL fcf CnCTDAI I REGISTRATION FOR ALL ST LOUISVILLE SUMMER LEAGUES Will be held on Feb. 15th and Feb. 22nd 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. At the Municipal Buildinc in the Ball Park Baseball Tryouts will be held March 7th at 12 Noon in the Ball Park NEWARK EAGLES 387 "TARGET" BAND FOR FRI. & SAT. Feb 21 st & 22nd HEART FUND DANCE SUNDAY, MARCH 1st 1-11 P.M. This event Is open to the Public. There will be games, bands, food, and Auction. All proceeds go to the Heart Fund. " DONATIONS AT THE DOOR NEWARK KIWANIS LITTLE LEAGUE BASEBALL REGISTRATION Boys & Girls Ages 5-12 (as of July 31. 1992) SAT., FEB. 22 10-Noon Lincoln Middle School SAT., FEB. 29 10-Noon Central Int. School SAT., MARCH 7 10-Noon Cherry Valley School FEE: '10.00 Per Player Varsity, Farm, Kate & T-Ball Umpires Needed Call Tom Barrett 323-1772 Stop hunting all over Newark and Columbus for those expensive, hard-to-find replacement cartridges. LaserPro will recycle your old cartridges at a savings of up to 50. Call today! Rd. a LaserPro 5 1081 National 928-6306 WE'D LIKE TO PAY YOU TO TALK ON THE PHONE. Advocate, Newark, 0., Thurv, Feb. 20, 1992-Poge 7A MASONIC CALENDAR - NEWARK LODGE 97 Friday, February 21, 7:00 pjn. Officers Meeting SHERMAN'S RECYCLING SERVICE 1001 East Main St. Newark BLDVDEV3G i A ALUMINUM CAMS I ri naviiiiiivm Waiiw m Srran Aluminum 93lh Scrap Aluminum 23'lb. Premium Price Paid tor Over 100 lbs. of Carta Batteries $1.25ea Price Subject to Change Brina This CouDon , 2 Per Pound For Cans Only coupon uooo un weanesoay & baturaay unry eg Durina Month of February II Hours: Mon. thru Fri 8 a.m. Ill 5 p.m. Lv sat 9 a.m. nil 4 p.m. RASCALS LOUNGE Located In The Best Western Presents Fri., Feb. 21 Grand Opening of Fri. Comedy Club Sat., Feb. 22 Slicks & Stones Fri., Feb. 28ft Comedy Club Sat, Feb. 29 Crystal Vision HEATH EAGLES 3723 1007 Hollander St. THURS., FEB. 20 DJ VICKI RICHARD Meal With Donations Chicken & Scalloped Potatoes Dally Soup Specials BAND FOR FRI., SAT., & SUN. FEB. 21st, 22nd & 23rd 50's & 60's Rock & Roll "TIME SPAN" Llghts-Flre-Smoke WOMEN'S ANNIVERSARY WEEK Specials, 12 Price, Food All Week PEOPLE IN NEWARK AND LICKING COUNTY WHO ARE SICK OF THE GOVERNMENT AND APPOINTED OFFICIALS REGULATING THEIR LIVES Operation BADLAW, Inc. Is In full swing and we need YOUR support. Thanks to all who have sent contributions, we need MOREI Tell your friends to send their checks todayl This is a RIGHTS ISSUE not a smoking Issue, protect the freedom you now enjoyl Send checks or money (large or small) to: OPERATION BADLAW, INC. 1621 N. 21st Street Newark, Ohio 43055 EAST SIDE COMMUNITY BREAKFAST! with Councilman Jay Hottlnger Sat., February 22, 1992 Meeting 8:30 a.m. followed by breakfast. Dagwood's Restaurant (Banquet Room) 292 East Main Street Come communicate with your councilman Jay Hottinger and neighbors and nave a say as we go over plans for the East Side. Breakfast Menu starting from 99 & up. (Breakfast optional) , m. a .j, i J I V 1 "g M gT ?TTT1 ATTENTION CANON PC COPIER OWNERS Patricia Miller, Owner Hebron, Ohio We are seeking highly motivated individuals for permanent part-time telemarketing positions. We offsr guaranteed hourly .plus commission income. We'll train, but prefer some telephone sales experience or sales background. Must be available to work Monday through Thursday from 5:00 p.m. until 8:30 p.m. Call or come by. 345-4053 Circulation Telemarketing The Advocate 22 North 1st Street v mi. vernon, unio Mt Vernon, Ohio ASSOCIATION-IVY CHAPTER

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