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B in the TIMES-REPORTER 'U TUM., July 30.1974 J30VER NEW PHIlADtlPHIA. OHIO Mishaps kill 4 on farms every week It is a serious reality that an average of four farming community Ohioans are accidentally killed each week. In that same seven-day period, serious accidents injure over 300 farm residents, totaling about 200 deaths and 17,000 accidents in 1972, the latest year in which a survey was taken. Ohio farmers are in the midst of Ohio Farm Safety Week, July 25-31 as proclaimed by Gov. John J. Gilligan. Several organizations are joining together with farmers and their families to learn and emphasize new and different ways to reduce these statistics and preserve the lives and livelihoods of the farming sector of the community. Director of Agriculture Gene R. Abercrombie has applauded the successful efforts of these safety-minded organizations and he emphasized that300"deaths is less than half the number registered in a 1962 survey. "Farming is a very hazardous occupation," Abercrombie said, "because farm workers must work with machinery, hand tools and animals. The potential of having an accident is always there be- ' cause of mechanical failure, unpredictable animal behavior, or the momentary lapse of the operator in taking all precautions." "However," he continued, "through the positive education programs of the Ohio Cooperative Extension Service, farm organizations, and machinery dealers, farmers have learned where the hazards are, and have been able to avoid danger in many instances." t.Pertonali 2 Burial plots In Rldgecrest Garden Selling very reasonable. Phone 38 4. Funeral Director* Lewis Funeral Home "Known by service" 24 hr. Ambulance Service 4MN.Tusc., Dover Tele. 343- It 33 6. Announcements Clearance Sale of Fabrics, JONES SEWING MACttlNI AND FABRIC SHOP. 3» Kelly St. off Ray Ave. N.W., New PMU. Employmint I* 2. Help Wonted AM LOOKING FOR A PARTICULAR TYPE PERSON. If yon are looking for that once In a lifetime opportun- Kv la an exploding growth Imlaitry. Mallf-milllon dollar developer needs »«w aggressive people who caa help galde tils expansion and qualify a« tost and Hostess at seminars. For ntervlew appointment, call Tues., between 5: Stand 7:36 364-4144. OILER OPERATION: Must have State of Ohio 3rd Class Engineer's License, prefer spreader - stoker. Ex- wrleneed. Top pay plus excellent Fringe jieneflfs. A>al] , .=-„ •-t'P'y In person. Union Camp.Corp., «7S Harger St., Aa Equal Op- Wanted: Live-In housekeeper, light housework, care for J small children. Send resume to Box SO, c/o Times^Reporter. east Part time manager needed. Must be able to work weekends. Apply In per- . 10to«. IWmiles Corp. on Rt. 000. si AH s r ...... J5 _.....• .-ill-— —•• !•• • . posted! Glassware, dishes, jewelry, |26.lotiforSole apartment. Full Building lots in Bolivar, near school. Paved sts. All utilities. Restricted. No mobile homes. 874-2018. Mr'en^«mldrlverr;t«drwork Women to do general cleaning. 343- nro. oaraee Sale: Two pickup truck loads of furniture, clothlne. blke«, rug», old desk, antiques, fty. tire*, baby furniture, speakers and lots of ml»c IOM Tuicarawas 30th. 9-7 . Ave,, Phlla. July Wanted: ater's license Ave.W.New AmbltloM, ... WMel wa«c_. ... Mini, IN E. High; us, Cosmetologist with man- cense. 3 days per week. BeaukSajon.fo Fron 3 days per / Salon, 2J2 Ilia. 343-Ml. Yard Sale: 142 H ghSt. Tuscarawas. 0. One air conditioner, slide projector, fireplace set, throw rugs, dishes and misc. July 3ist and August l. 9-5. 4F tog. M46th'8t°Pfw!New'^HIIa. HEBE'S YOUR CHANCE! MgaprtffleM far •little canetlii, aptllaarti, 3 balcoa* toward Dover flnl Emu fot Sit* avOTv, [lly-July23 thru weekend, 'fy J a J, ore ' H 'Sh St., Tuio *ollow signs at produc Experienced bodymaa. George Wa- .Clearance: Household "*hw small apliances. Earl cnalr, electr a xperlenced auto mechanic, you provide the talent and your own hand tools, we provide a pleasant place to work and Fringe benefits. 40 hr. week Apply JerryGiockner Chevrolet. 3rd A.Walnut, Cpshocton, Ohio. Phone ower mower. • • - o IHW i, before noon, N Sale-July 29, 30, 31. 441 3rd St New Phlla Furniture, books ' organ, etc. 9-6 Dover. Or call 34I&70J, .„ portunlty Employer, M/F Wanted: lady who wants home, board and pay to live In with elderly lady Phone 364-3976. RN's, LPN's, experienced aides and orderlies, for Nursing Home, Hospi- talizalion available. Transportation can be arranged. Call 364-5328 be- tween3and6p,m. Wet ride... Sea World of Ohio trainer Dave Butcher goes dolphin surfing during the Aurora, 0., marine- life park's dolphin show entitled "It's a Game- Game "Game Show. (UPITelephoto) New supermarket coding to save time and money Help wanted. Full or part time. RN or Graduate LPN. Aad nurses aide. SUNNY SLOPE Nursing Home CAREER OPPORTUNITY Nationwide Insurance Company fers earnings up to $15.Ma (ibis Is a lary, not a draw) to sell complete In- urance protection; life, health, auto, re, commercial, auto finance, and ntual fuads. No prior experience It ecessary since we have one of the most complete training programs in the industry. It you are Interested la a career opportunity in a rewarding business, call now! An canal opportunity employer. 431 West High Ave., New Philadelphia. Phone 216-343-6655. «Tch Sale: Boys pants, .girls items tadles dresses, 12 noon tff7 P.M. 72$ Fair Ave. N.E., New Phila. u < A.. • A . v f,' . NE New Pha. Furniture, clothing (Infant toaduin. ml«o NMW^A^g^^b^D: —10 TO 5. Garai Part time Custodian, Evenings and Saturdays. Write Box 646, NewPhila- delphia.Ohlo. 2 r ftp e Sa«: July 31st thru Aug. 3rd 9j3ff- ? Old butter churns and bottles. , £' ,"&* WS*"' new knit and crocheted Items. Good clothes, much more. 945 Prospect St. N.W. New rniia. ELECTRONICS TECHNICIAN - Shop and/or In-home servicing of all major brands of TV's and stereos. Excellent opportunity. No sales involved. Apply Village Color TV, R 1, West. Laf. or 545-6307. Wanted - full time Bodyman, some ex—' •-- in person, Higfi Ext., B?_ ri l n . c . e required. Ap|ly.|n person, Brightwood Motors New Phila. FEMALE help wanted - Part time waitress, no Sun' son, Espenschiei W. Front, Dover. waitress, no Sundays. Apply in person, Espenschied's Restaurant, 237 Life Can Be Beautiful when you hav (hose extra dollars coming in for va cation, a 2nd car, a boat, or children education, s.150 week or more sounc Interesting? Phone me today, 343 4288. Director Abercrombie especially commended equipment manufacturers who have made great advances in designing and constructing safer tools and machines. Many companies include a detailed safety guide with the purchase of new tractors, balers, combines or other necessary farming machinery. Although part of the accident and death reduction must be attributed to the reduced numbers of farmers in the Ohio population, Abercrombie stressed that the rate of accident reduction has been greater than the loss of the farming population. "It is especially important that farmers and farm workers exercise great care and safety on the farm," Abercrombie concluded, "because they are equally susceptible to accidents in off-farm and non- farm activities. In fact, more than 50 per cent of the accidents and deaths in the 1972 report were classified as non- farm related." By LOUISE COOK Associated Press Writer NEW YORK (AP) Those funny little lines on cans of peas, soup and othe grocery items are the signa for a new marketing tech nique that store officials claim will save money anc time for shoppers and the industry. Consumers aren't sure how well it will work. Supermarkets are just starting to try the system on a limited basis. It's called the Universal Product Code and involves the use of a scanner and computer designed to speed things up at the checkout counter and cut down on human errors. The Marsh Store at the Sherwood Shopping Center in Troy, Ohio, has been using the code system since June 28 and spokesman Steve Overmyer said Monday that initital reaction had' been "just fantastic." He conceded that there were "a few little bugs here and there, but nothing like the problems we anticipated." Some 1,700 manufacturers, with annual grocery sales of $69 billion, are planning to implement the system. They're members of a trade association called th Uniform Grocery Produc Code Council. Here's how the system works: The different' sized lines are imprinted on a can or box by the manufacturer. A spokesman for Distribution Codes Inc. of Washington, D.C., which developed the system, explained that the lines really are called a "machine readable symbol linear bar type." CHEF NewSmorgasbord Dover, Ohio TOPPAY For TOP MAN Replies confidential. Write Box 60, C/O Times-Reporter Tree growers get warning about spruce budworm moths Swarms of moths which ' 'invaded" Dover, New Philadelphia and the Twin City area two weeks ago have been identified by entomologists at the Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center in Wooster as spruce budworms, which may prove destructive for Christmas tree growers and nurserymen. It has been estimated that some three billion of the License plate plant in limbo LEBANON, Ohio (AP) — The Lebanon Correctional Institute's auto tag manufacturing plant is all dressed up with $50,000 worth of new machinery and has no place to go, Officials at LCI said Monday they have not been informed of the future of the shop since the state announced Friday it will issue validating stickers instead of steel plates in 1975. Jim Carter, who heads the shop, said the new machinery was installed to coat the planned 1975 tags with a reflecting paint and stamp on safety slogans. Fred A. Vierow, acting Ohio Safety Director, said Friday in Columbus that the state received only one bid for the steel from 52 firms invited to reply, That was from U.S. Steel. "If we could have gotten the steel, we could have done the job," Carter said. "Now we'll just have to wait and see." Carter said a normal shift of 150 LCI inmates could produce 35,000 pairs of auto tags per shift with the new equipment. budworms landed in Ohio a ter being caught in a fast mov ing storm front which swep them from the northern Wis consin area. The pests are na live to forests in Canada anc the northernmost fringes o the U. S. where spruce trees are naturally growing. According to entomologists the moths aren't dangerous just a nuisance. It is suspectec the insects may be right a home in species of fir anc spruce grown for Christmas trees and landscape shrubs. Only time will tell however if the moths plan on making the Buckeye State a permanent home. One entomologist has observed female moths laying eggs on Ohio spruce trees and if the insect remains until spring 1975, Christmas tree growers and nurserymen may have to take control'mea- sures against its larval form. IEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING FOR THE PLANNING COMMISSION Notice is hereby given that a Public Hearing, in accordance with Codified Ordinance No. 1133.03 and 1133.04 of the City of Dover, Ohio Zoning Codes, shall be held before the Planning Commission of the City of Dover. Ohio on the 12th day of August 1974 at 5:00 P.M in the Office of the Director of Pub! tc Service, City Building. Dover, Ohio to consider the request of Attorney James Patrick, agent for UNION HEIGHTS INC., OWNEHS to ZONE the following described tract; Bounded on the South by Township Road No. 239, on the East by Union Country Club, North by acreage in Goshen Township and on the West b.v Union Hospital Association and consisting of 17.71 acres, more or less, loanR-4ZONE. This tract is more fully described in attached surveyor's description in the complete file. All papers relevant lo the proposed ZONING, Zoning Ordnances and maps together with all other pertmant papers are on file in the Office of the Director of Public Service, where they are on file for Public Examination. Aclion on said request will be taken on and after said hearing date. By order of the Planning Commission of the City ot Dover, Ohio. Arthur L.Hanni AdrninislrativeOfficer (Pub. July 30,1974) J01273 Some of the lines stand for the name of the manufacturer and the type of product. The rest represent the price. It's up to the individual supermarket to set the price by feeding information into a computer. It might tell the computer that a specific combination of lines means 29 cents, for example. If an item is not marked with the code—either because the manufacturer has not imprinted it or because the product is something like meat that varies in price according to weight—the store can stamp on its own symbol with an in-store printer. The customer takes the product to the checkout counter where it passes by an electronic scanner which "reads" the lines and asks the computer what the price is. The computer's reply flashes up on a screen and is noted on the cash register. Shoppers still will get a supermarket tape—including not only the price, but the name of each item, represented by what's known as a 12-character alpha description. That means the description of the product can't be more than 12 letters. Consumer opposition stems from industry plans to ultimately eliminate price tags on individual items entirely. The price would be posted on the shelf above or below an item, but wouldn' be stamped on the produc itself. Shoppers say such a system wouldn't work. They point out that in cities where unit pricing is in effect—requiring stores to post the price of an item per pound or other standard unit— the shelf signs often get mixed up, are out of date or aren't big enough. Layoffs announced WEST UNION, Ohio (AP)- The Copeland Air Conditioner Co. plant has announced it will lay off 115 employes from the assembly ine beginning Aug. 2., The firm blamed the layoffs on fewer housing starts, slack sales and high dealer inventories. Vivlane Woodard Cosmetics Subsidiary of General Foods Do you want an additional income? Learn the how to's of make-up in an Hour of Beauty, and learn money while teaching these professional secrets to your friends. Call 852-2502. FULLor PART TIME Couples and individuals for business of your own. Local AMWAV Distributor {rains you for splendid opportunity. Write Box 95, C/ofrlmes-Reiporter. NURSE HENNIS NURSING HOME PHONE 343-0412 Experienced Bar Maid or Bartender top wages, also experienced Waitress. Phone for appointment only, 874-3181, ZoarHotef Warehouse help. ..„ Ward, Miracle Lane Montgomery laza, Dover, O. Custodian needed immediately. Good fringe benefits, vacation with pay. Send resume to Box 57, c/o Times- Reporter. TOOL Machinist Repairman. Layout and build tools, fixtures, jigs, make tool correction changes, maintain prpduction tools. Must have good machinist background. Excellent benefits and working conditions. An Equal Opportunity Employer. M/F. • Call Personnel Dept, AM Corporation, Homesville. Ohio, 279-2011. TOOL and Die Makers. Machine Tool Operators. All benefits plus air con- dftioned shop. Paumier Inc., 5325 SouthwaySW, Canton, Ohio. Nteht desk clerk. 12midnight til 8 A.M. Paid vacation and company benefits. " 1 C ' 6 s ' uden -- .. . - - J "ege student or semi-retired. 1256 W. High Ave. 364-5571. Call for appointment. Personnel assistant 4440-4*40 K Typing, payroll acc'ti payable. Fee reimbursed. Call Marlene. Great opportunity for fast advance- New firm looking for experienced travel agent. Are yon one? I3SO-5SO mo. AMOS PLACEMENT BUREAU UMVfe E. High 364-6514 Wanted - year around part time caretaker, Camp Zimmerman. Duties include overseeing and evaluating needed repairs. 922-2252. 2-FAMILY GARAGE SALE: 30" Electric stove; 36" gas stove; large refrigerator with large bottom freezer; leather purse; Lily Ann dress ensembles; other better clothing; Butte knits; cashmere coat; jewelry; Western boots, never worn, size l'/t, fM; English Jods, size 6ft, $10; Small Western saddle; other Western Wear; new and used wigs; men's sport jackets, some never worn, slacks, shirts, shoes. Women's dresses, slacks, blouses, sweaters, shoes and purses. Christmas decorations, craft books, arts and crafts; couch, 3 chairs; juke box; glassware, dishes; several new books. Lots of misc. I Springs, 628 12th St. NW, New Phila. 9 to 4. Wed., July 31 thru Sat., Aug. 3. HERITAGE VILLAGE ^. • Now IMS a vacancy Drive toward yo«r koine pail lenlala art profeiiloaal laadscaplag. Leave yotir carport nA eittr yoir Wme wild phjih carpeilag, lovely drapes, air. I \ bails, lixil miner bedroom with watt-la clotet. Step oato yoir balcoay a*teaJoytbebrodlibelow.8M4«M. | One-bedroom furnished apartment In New Phlla. $130 per month plus utlll- ties and security deposit, 3&I3M. Carpeted llvWf room aad dinette, 2 carpeted bedrooms, ceramic bath, large kltcbea, lamdry room, range, refrigerator, disposal, air coadl- |1W mo. No pell. BROWN Dover School. S-beo'room brick ranch. 2^ baths, fireplace, all carpet and drapes plus many ex Iras. $45,505. Immediate possession. For appoint- ment,cair"'"" vv _ Duplex-older home, not water heat, Low teens. Bolivar, <74-2Ml , Are yoi coMlderlag a M-mr-old - !• M aM atlghbornood at ,aw or UMN? I aave a aew, tin- bedroom raaek wltb fire- wblcb la- For Sale by Owner, In country, older 7 room house and bath. Needs some *kplui 40 acres of land. Asking AOEWCV,34U7S7. ^ . EXEKUTIVEHAUS Dover's flaest Towa Houses. 2 bedrooms, 1«4 balks, central air, garage, axary llvlag at t'i best A relaxed way to live - we B do It all! UN per moalh. 3W-MM. When; METZAPARTMENTS yoa aeed aa efficiency or a 3 roam famished aparlmenl,.call at 1SS Fair Ave., NW, New Palla. Side door at lamppost. Suitable for adults. Nopels. 23. Houses For Rent New 2-bedroom ranch. Full basement. Garage. Full basement. $200 per month. No pets. Will consider 1 child. Mlshler Realty, 343-5835. New Phlla: 4 room house trailer. On private lot. Suitable for two. No pets. Phone 343-4182 or 269-7895, local. STRASBURG: t-bedrooms, balk upstairs; large llvligroom, dlalng room, caneledi in porches, ilagle garage. HI,Ui.g7g.nS. ' I For Sale - Bolivar, Ohio 2 family Twin- plex, each unit has 2 bedrooms, 1 bath, kitchen, dining area, utility room, garage. All one floor. Will pay for itself. Call 874-3113, Bolivar. Bight room home on Rt. 38 west of Coshocton. Phone 614-622-4726. iJledroom ranch, 2 years old. Valley 1 View Home. West Lafayette area. For appointment, call 545-7790. By Owner: Almost new 3 bedroom Oldtown Colonial Estates on Southside. Many extras. Mid ISO's. 364-6744 for appointment. bedroom house with carpet, nice basement and garage on large lot near West Elementary School $185 Phone 343-6832. beautiful rage, bedroom ranch, 2 car u eroom ranch, 2 car ga- , large dressing room off the tr bedroom, living room, dining ircreek 2 bedroom mobile home, ase. Security depsosit. No pets. Phone 852-2537. iMse for rent, 132 Mlnnlch Ave. NE, New Phlla. Newly carpeted, paneled with appliances. For Sale by Owner: Wilkshlre Hills l 3 b a mastr beroom, living room, dining room and kitchen, waft out basement with patio. Call 343-8711 or 874-3309. For Sale by Owner- 1 yr. old ranch, excellent southside location, 3 bedrooms, family room, 2 car garage. Many extras. Low 40's. Call or Rent: Available soon, 3-bedroom ranch, 2 baths, large family room. References required. Also security deposit. Call 364-6328 after 6 in evening, On Southside, New Phila. Small 2 bedroom house in Columbia. Phone 878-5188. 26. Business Places For Rent MALE. Ideal job for Kent State student or young retired male. CLEAN- NEAT IN APPEARANCE. No sell- Ing. Must be available early September. FULL or PART-TIME. * to 3 P.M. Reply Box 5», c/o Times-Reporter. Jobs Wanted 16. Lawn & Garden Supplies LAWN MOWER CLEARANCE. Good selection at REDUCED PRICES. Terms Available. Cree Tire & Auto Care, 543 W. High. New Phila. 3. Work Wanted Have nice, private room for elderly lady. Experienced in private nursing care. Baltic area. 897-6921. Will do crocheting in mv home, baby items specialty. PHONE 364-4663. xperienced young man, well versed in all asfects of business, management and advertising, has reached the top position at present job. Would like new, exciting, challenging opportunity. If you could use aa outgoing, ambitious man in your corn- pan, write Box 56, C/O Times-Reporter. Bolens New & Used Riding Mowers. Hand Mowers. Roto Tillers. Lawn Sweepers. ClHI'sSales* Service Mb SI. Ext. SW Strasburg. Phone 878-5SW. 17. Musical Downtown Dover Bldg. - 4 rooms ground floor plus basement, air conditioned, carpeted. Suitable for professional office. Phone 343-4721 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. tots and Acrssgt 28. Lots For Sale DOVER CITY LOTS WILL BUILD TO YOUR PLANS OR OURS. R.L. STEINBERG 343-0542 Choice hilltop lots By blacktop road F«r more lofc - ' 817-7301. by blacktop lalion. Call A Wmatlon. Call AC 216- RESTAURANT MANAGER New Smorgasbord Dover, Ohio TOP PAY For TOP MAN Replies confidential. Write Box 60, C/O Times-Reporter. Full Time and Part Time LPN. 11 to 7 Shift. Call EAST AVENUE NURSING HOME 364-3713. AINTING - OUTSIDE & INSIDE. Experienced. Free estimates. 3646807. Roman E. Hersnberger, Rt. 1, Dover. Wanted - Ironings, 10 year experience, prices at same level, can give references. 364-1673. LIGHT HAULING 343-0944 OR 343-2925 Merchandise DRAFTSMEN Join a leader in the pollution abatement industry. JUNIOR DRAFTSMEN: An unusual opportunity to develop skills on the job in a pleasanl environment with top notch design group. Requires 2 years drafting in shcool and some experience helpful. Top career opportunity for top potential people. Bring your drawing samples or send resume. SENIOR DRAFTSMEN: Pressure vessel work requiring knowledge of ASME codes and weldingprocedure, or work in our struclual or mechanical design department. 5 to 10 years experience required, heat transfer background a real plus. Contact: RDCreswell ECODYNE - MRM Division P.O. Box 576 Massillon, Ohio 44646 An Equal Opportunity Employer M/F 15. Garage Sales DOLLAR DAY SPECIAL CRAIG FLOOR MOUNT TAPE PLAYER WITH FM RADIO REGULAR $160.00 SALE 99.00 YOUNG MUSIC & SOUND Millersburg Open Sat. Till 9 For Sale: Portable stereo phonograph. AM-FM-FM stereo multi-plex system with 8 track stereo tape deck. 1722 Tremont St. or 343-8271. ONE FREE Guitar Lesson for all new students. Limited time only. GUITAR CITY, 343-8912. * 3 Suburban building lots, 100x200. $5500 each. Also two 5% acre tracts of land. Just outside Corp., Southside New Phila. Phone 364-5225 after 5 p.m. Eita , t , M ' s «Wrcreek. Fta " ce • PLUSH ; EYECATCHER and so restful .... lovely 2-story ', home accented by beautiful shrubbery, entrance from summer kitchen onto large patio with view. ', , 4-5 bedrooms, large carpeted liv- . ingroom, diningroom, kitchen with > dishwasher and range, 20x30 family room, fireplace, utility room, full basement. 2 full baths, 2 half baths and attached double garage. Dover School District. 5 acres. Few tomes offer as much as this .... call today for a showing at your :onvenience. VETS - Financing for Veterans is available. Stop in or call us we will help you with the necessary convenience. BUSINESS DIRECTORY A Sales And Service Guide Piano Tuning Instruction for pianists musicians - 5-or 10-lesson series Contact: Harold A. Youtz, 3855 Ravenna Ave. SE, East Canton, 0. Call 488-1829. Garage Sale: July 31st, August 4th. 9 AM. - 8 P.M. Afgans, tiller, gas stove, washer, oil heater, capes tape player, hand painted picture, games some antiques, electric Model A Ford windshield wiper, misc. North 8f, s £2 s te ir 8 on sta{e m - 21 to sta »e Rtj 212. Turn west on 212, first road on left. Watch for signs. Louis Bur- rier.Rt.l, Beach City For Sale: Tenna AM-FM 8 track receiver and Panosonic turn table, records and tapes included. Best offer. 343-6838. 21. Miscellaneous For Rent . .- - ,e: July 31, August 1st and 2nd. 10 A.M. - 7 P.M. Clothing, big mens and ladies. China, elass, typewriter, relaxosizer, decorative items, and nice assortment misc. 620 Orchard Ave. N.W., Phila. Furnished vacation cottages overlooking Tappan Lake, pool privileges, several weeks available m August. 649-4941. Trailer space for rent on country lot outside of Roswell. 155. Call 364-4024 anytime. 22. Aportments For Rent Garage Sale: July 28,29th and 30th. 108. Bicycles, baby clothes, 2 baby beds, avon bottles, 4 GM tires and wheels, Kerosine base heater and many misc. items. 610 Orchard Ave. N.W., Phila. 5 Family Garage Sale - July 31 & Aug 1st. 9 am til 5 pm. at 806 Dover Ave Dover. Are you looking for a solid career with no layoffs? Ifyou are over 18 and like working with people this is your kind of job. Apply dailv between 6 A.M. and 2 P.M. Standard oil company, 1297 W. High, New Philadelphia or Sugarcreek Rt. 39. An EQual Opportunity Employer. YARD SALE: Pie cupboard, Love seat, Sec. desk, wash stand, organ stool, chairs, rockers, dishes, crocks, Jugs and misc. 933 Logan St. N.W. Near Plaza off Wabash. Tues. 30th, Wed. 31st. Thurs. 1st. 9-6. Have you lost contact with Queen's Wav* Earn high commission, trips " Carport Sale: August 1st and 2nd. 2 family sale: Clothes and misc. 8-5. 232 Cedar Lane N.W., New Phila, Ohio. Grace Tedrow and Nancy Downs. ' .Sale: Clothes all sizes, many baby items, all like new. Appliances and much misc. July 31st, through August 4th. 10-? County Road 106, past Tusky Valley High School. Follow signs. Wanted: Dealers lor ACCO SEED CORN, Sorghum, Alfalfa. A fast crowing reliable seen corn company. Send name, telephone number, road number and township to Jesse Oil- Wanted: Music Teacher. Music teacher is needed to teach part time in Christian School. Teaching of Instruments and Band required. Contact Rev, Wardle 364-4421*. Announcimintj JEANNE'S OTHER PLACE 2. In Memoriam JN LOVING MEMORY of my dear husband, Chester E. Beans, who passed away one year ago today, July 30,1973 Loving memories never die as GRAPHIC ARTIST We're a well established Calendar & Specialty Advertising Business looking lor an action-oriented person with a versatile and creative background (or }a«, crisp layouts, renderings and finished paile-upi. Degree not essential. Knowledge of camera and darkroom procedure helpful. This position re- e SAle: July 31st and August 1st. 10 A.M. - 6 P.M. At the Looking Glass Beauty Salon, 152 Fair Ave N.W., New Phila. Moving Sale: August 2nd and 3rd. 10 A.M. - 8 P.M. Maple dining set, clothes, maternity clothes, Christmas decorations, many childrens items and misc. 215 E. Slingluff Ave. Furnished-unfurnished apartments 1,2-bedroom with laundromat 132MinnichAve. NE, New Phila. 5 Room upper apartment, unfurnished. Suitable Tor adults. No pets. Heat and water furnished. Deposit required. $120 per month. 145 Beaver Ave. NE, NewPhila. Phone 343-8636. Unfurnished lower 1 bedroom. Private entrance off streetparking. No pets. N.W. New Phila. 852-4110. AIR CONDITIONING [ BUSINESS MACHINES Air Conditioning Repair & Service We give prompt service. Our charges are very reasonable too. Call us for immediate service. We repair any make, and model. We also sell CARRIER, number 1 air conditioning maker. TUSCO SERVICE Rt. 21 South Past Humphries Auto City Ph. 343-7771 AUTOMOTIVE 2 bedroom furnished apartment. Ideal for teachers or working couple. 421 N. Walnut St., Dover, across from High School. Call 343-0241. One bedroom apartment, Southwest Place Villa Apartments. Phone 3642905 or 343-597$. Oxford Square Apartments, Newcomerstown, Ohio, will be shown from 1 to 4 p.m. and 6 to 8 p.m. Mondays thru Fridays. Phone 614-498- Ideal for elderly couple: 4 room lower duplex. Carpet, stove and refrigerator. $90 per mo. plus utilities. Security deposit. Calf 859-2609 after 5 p.m 5 room apartment. Suitable for adults. No pets. Gas, water and cable fur- nished.485E.4th St., Uhrichsville. 2 rooms furnished efficiency, $95 utili- Uespaid. 458 E. High, New Phlla. Dover. Wed., Thurs., & Fri. Portable TV, 2 new walnut chairs, portable washing machine, portable bar, jewely & music box, transistor radios, stadium seats, planters, hand painted dishes, pottery, movie camera, massager, books, insulators, new cloth purses, and much more. Eric Hay, Schneider s crossing north of Dover. 9 til 2-Bedroom apartment, bath, laundry room, large kitchen with self clean- .i, ' . willing lo roll up hit (or her) *•*••• w'< .«M U> tear from yo« 1000 ! Send brief resume, salary history and requirements to the Art Di- 1 attention. Replies con- Porch Sale. Wednesday 31 &Thursdayl. 1316 Race St., Dover. fidential. Box 209 Co»boc»oD, lut memory turns backs every In my heart your memory will always linger, Fondand true to a husband I loved so dear Gone and forgotten by some you may oe, But dear to my heart and memories you ever will be. In my golden Book of Memories Dear Chester, your smiling face appears. Each golden page a memory Untijthe day when I. too Will be in memory's book with you. Your wife, OlahM. Beans. 4 Family Yard Sale: Thursday and Friday, August 1st and 2nd. Electric stove, dresser, camping supplies and misc. 2nd house on right past Harry Humphries on Rt. 21. Garage Sale: July 31 thru Aue. 2.10 til 7. New 3-speed bike, drill press, clothing, lots of m sc. 218 Adan SW, New Phila (1 block North of Hummel). NEW DUTCH PANTRY RESTAURANT Hiring now for the school year. All positions open, full time or port time. Hostess-Cashiers, Cooks, Salesgirls, and Bus 8oy-Utili«v. If yow hove applied before we will review yowr application. „ , , , Apply mpwson 2 tcj 5p.m. Monday, Tuesday, Thursdo NewPhilo. W. High, RIBUTOR NEEDED IMMEDIATE 50S Company fjninct mil- •bte on invtttmtnt of $2800 to $7800. Exploding national company operating under exclu$ivi license agreement with International Corporation needs ambitious man or woman to service company accounts in your »rei - NO SCUING REQUIRED! Can start pin or full time. 'This if NOT vending or rack jobbing." For free color brochure vnd name, address end phone number to: 31UE RIBBON Department ATM Suit! 310 ScotMWt, AriiOM RADIATOR SERVICE Cleaning-Repairing Complete New Alto Generator, Starter, Alternator and Magneto Service CENTRAL AUTO ELECTRIC AND RADIATOR SHOP 343-1635 Vt mile South on old Rt. 21 PONTIAC & OLDSMOBILE SALES & SERVICE We Service Air Conditioners. Front End Alignment FUNK PQNTIAC-QLDSMQBIU Newcomerstown 496-7227 DRUGSTORES BARR DRUG STORE Truii«* Hearing Aidf Surgical Btltt Ptettic Stoking* Prvtcription* Peliy«ry Strvke BARR DRUG STORE Opposite Pw Off fet _ Pov«r, 0. Llewellyn's Business Machines Olivelte. Underwood Decile, SALES-SERVICE RENTAL & LEASING 654 W H,gh NewPh.lo Phone 343-0112 "Buyers of all scrap metals & container service" Gene L Wallick &Sons Scrap Metal Co. P.O. Box 26 Dover, Ohio Phone (216)878-5931 LUMBER ^Paneling * Armstrong Ceiling ^Lumber *Plywood *Roofing ^Insulation *Storm Windows *Storm Doors KOHL LUMBER & SUPPLY CO, UHRICHSVILLE MEATS "Famous For Our Country Style Meats" Strasburg Provision, Inc. Rt. 21 North, Strasburg Custom Butchering Custom Smoking PH. 878-5557 Op«n09ily8AM-7PM

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