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BABE RUTH RESULTS The Cards pounded the Giants. 13 - 5, in the North End Babe Ruth League. Musselman had three hits for the Winners. Green pitched Detmer Realty to a 4-2 win over Brookwood Sohio at Taft. Sword hit a homer for the winners and Nichting followed suit for the losers. Dawson of the winners stole four bases to shoot his total to 20. At Fairfield, Rinks dropped Mister Softee, 13 - 5,'J. Tracy, who had three hits, was the Winning hutler. Kenny Baker scored bhfee runs and drove in six with four hits to lead Riegert TV to a 107 victory over Laser at Fairfield. Jim Cappella doubled home the winning run as NOR dropped Optimist, 3-1, at Fairfield. The Valley Auto Parts Pirates beat the Five Points Dodg ers. The White Sox nipped the Yankees, 8-7, in extra innings at Joyce Park. D. Neiderman flipped a three- hitter tc lead the Senators past the Tigers, 5-1 ', in the Linden wald Babe Ruth. Back - to - back home runs by Phil Griesinger and Mark Hambelton and another by Kent IJoes supported the four - hit hurling of Brian Grevey. who also fanned 11 as Butler County Lumber topped Roy Bond, 4 : 2, in the West Side Babe Ruth teague. Klaus - Weigel took a 4-0 lead ind held off the Lion's Club to "win, 4-3, at Taft. Tim Hermann won his fourth game and struck out 12. Kelley & Carpenter Giants Mayer 2-0-1; Martin 1-0-0: Florio.3 0-0; Carpenter 4-1-1; Needham 4-0-1 Simpson 3-0-1; Hill 1-0-0; Cheek 2 3-1; Blevins 0-0-0: Kelley 4-1-0; S Rogers 0-1-0; J. Rodgers 1-0-0. To tals 25-5-5. i & i Tire Cards — Musselman '4.2-3; Cotton 1-0-0; Dennett 0-1-0 Gray 3-3-2; Becker 3-1-2; Schneide 4-1-0; Loftice 2-2-1: Bertsch 4-1-1 Smith 1-1-1; Hurst 2-0-1: Dosk 2-1-1 Keltner 2-0-0. Totals 28-13-12. Giants 0202002— Cards 106150 x—1 Detmer Realty — Heck 4-1-0 Short 3-1-1; Sword 3-1-2; Green 1-0; Howell 4-0-2; Ben*e 4-0-2; Daw •on 4-0-2: Carr 20-0; Jones 30-0. To 'tals 30-4-9. '' Brookwood Sohio — Smith 40-1 fichroeder 3-0-0: Nichting 3-1-: Steed 3-1-1; Woolen 3-0-0; • Mate 3 »•!; Huntington 3-0-0; Sasser 3-0-0 Clock 2-0-0; Sotello 1-0-0; Wilson C-0. Totals 26-2-5. Rinks — Goertemiller 5-2-2; Mil 5-2-2; M. Lunsfler J. -do5« 1 racy 4-3-3; T. Tracy 5-1-2; Smith 1-1; Bolser 0-0-0; Mills 4-1-0; Fu ate 10-0; Sizelove 3-0-0; Lunsford •0-0. Totals 38-13-11. Mister Softee — Long 4-0-2; Buckey 4-0-1: Pennlngton 4-0-0; Renners -1-1; Curtis 2-0-1; BJARTELS Vj-t- 3rebner 3-1-1; White 2-2-1: Bailey 0-0; Cox 0-0-0; Helfrey 2-1-0. To- als 29-58. Rinks 206002 3—13 Ulster Softie 020301 0—5 Laser Co. — Okruhlica 2-1-0; Justaferro 2-0-0; Harbin 3-1-1; Sulon 4-0-2: Sanders 4-0-0; Cook 3-0-0; ohnson 3-21: .Tones 31-1; Couch 42. Totals 28-7-7. Riegert T. V. — Herold 3-0- 1:.J fenke 4-1-0; Colcman 4-3-2; Shear- r 3-3-2; Baker 4-3-4; Craig 4-0-2; 1. Nichols 1-0-0: H. Yenke 3-0-0; /anover 2-0-0; Kellum 1-0-0; Seaman 1-0-0; D. Nichols 1-0-0; Senger •0-0. Totals 32'10-11. laser Co. 0204100—7 Riegert T. V. 202024 x—10 Optimist — Zimmerman 2-0-0; Bruewer 3-0-1; Tegge 3-1-2; Roesch 0-1; Schlottermlller 2-0-0; Blossom 0-0: Kiep 3-0-1; Gleason 2-0-0; Tayor 2-00; Smith 00-0: Bennett 1-0-0; Kltts 1-0-0. Totals 26-1-5. N. C. R. — Beattv 3-0-0: S. Cecelia 3-0-0; Bieker 2-1-1; Lehmann 1-1; Hahn 3-0-0; Hodges 1-1-10: J. Capella 2-0-1: Rosenbauf-r 00-0; Jos- Dh 2-0-0; Doyle 000. Totals 193-3. Optimist 100000 0—1 N. C. R. 100200 x—3 Sports Center Yankees — D. Hubbard 4-1-1; R. Bennett 4-2-2; R. Bryant 4-1-2; D. Gadd 30--2; R. Allen 3-0-2; P. Bryant 4-0-0; M. Brown 4-1-1; R. Bokerio 4-1-1; G. Brltton 4-1-0. Totals 34-7-11. Coca-Cola .White Sox — Brennan 3-0-0; Tobergte 3-1-1; D. Couch 30; Scheffel 4-2-1; G. Saurber 2-10; T. George 0-2-0; J. Walters 30-1; M. Winkler 3-1-1; J. Emmons 1-0-0; J. Yaw 0-0-0;. Sumser 2-0-1. Totals 24-8-5. . '• ' Yankees < .0 0,0 1 6000-7 White Sox 1 01011131-8 Columbia Federal Tigers — G. Held 2-1-0; T. Helton 3-0-0; J. Bowing 3-0-1; M. Hubbard 3-0-0; J. Cella 2-0-2; G. Shearer 1.-0-0; -. M. Blackburn 2-0-0; Jay Cilia 2-0-0; S. Patrick' 1-0-0: B. Burfough 1-0-0; K. Chaney 2-0-0. Totals 22-1-3. OK Plumbing Senators — D. Couch 2-1-2; D. Neiderman 3-0-1; J. Hinkel 2-0-1; E. Chaney 3-0-0; P. Hays 3-0-0; G. Dronberger 3-1-1; D. Fishwick 3-0-0; J.-Einsfeld 2-2-0; S. Brate 2-1-0. Totals 23-5-5. Ted's Coasts In North End Open League Ted's Bakery scored in every inning en route to a 17-7 thumping of Blac - Lite in the North End Open. The winners hit four homers and the losers two. Chatterbox defeated Dulli's, 7-1. Ward of Chatterbox homer- ed. Ocasco pulled away in the late innings to top J and J. 8-3. Dooley and Shipman hit round- trippers for Ocasco. Clark's took an early lead and held on for a 10-9 verdict over Dixie Music. An eight - run second inning led Pease past Ft. Hamilton Market, 10-7. Presbyterian battled back from a 5-0 deficit to beat Hamilton Tool, 9-8. Settle homered for the winners and Garland for the losers. K of C downed Don - Ron (Champion), 9-7. D. Bowling of the losers had four hits. Ted's Bakery —Allgaier 4-1-1; Vid- ourer 4-2-2; Pettlt 2-1-1; Lafever 40-1; Guilinao 4-0-2; Baumann 4-2-4; Baldwin 4-2-2; Allgaire 4-2-3; Gundler 4-4-4; Vidourer 4-1-3; Pater 1-1-1. Totals 39-17-24. Blac • Lite — Gehrum 4-1-1; Francis 4-0-1; North 2-1-0; Brandhoff 3-2-3; Wlthrow 3-0-2; -fendam 3-0-1; Gill 3-0-1; Schrimper 3-2-1; Withrow 3-0-0: Beckman 0-0-0; scheerer 2-0-0; Scmih 2-1-0; Bowden 1-0-0. Totals 33-7-9. Ted's Bakery 1 5 54 1 1 x—17 Blac LITTLE LEAGUE RESULTS Journal-News Page 27 SATURDAY, JULY 3, 1971 Tigers 100000 0—1 Lite 301110—7 Chatterbox —Moore 4-2-2; Ward 3-2-1; Oberdorf 3-0-2: Gilluum 40-1; Weber 4-0-0; Willie Mays 2-00; Mike Mays 3-1-2; Dare 3-0-1; Sheard 3-1-2; Vitatoe 1-1-1; Jones 2-0-0; Foltz 0-0-0; Parish 0-0-0; Corbin 0-0-0. Totals 32-7-12. . Dulli's — Ruhl 4-0-1; M. Staggs 40-1; Bachmann 2-0-1; Burns 3-0-1; James 3-0-0; G. Staggs 2-1-1; Brenan 3-6-1; WJneberg 3-0-1; Gadd 20-0; Gerth 3-0-2; Dull! 1-0-1; Engleton 1-0-0. Totals 31-1-10. 102021 1—7 010000 0—1 Chatterbox Dulli's Ocasco — Burdine 3-1-1; Willis 31-1; Dooley 3-1-2; Simpson 3-0-0; Harder 2-2-2: latzwig 3-1-0; Grat- whol 3-1-1; Kralt 2-0-1; Line 3-0-1; Shipman 3-1-1. Totals 28-8-10. Jan* J Tire — Wilson 2-1-1; Ryan 3-1-r; Keiper 3-1-1; B. Urso 2-0-0; Oarr 3-0-1'; Joe Urso 3-0-1; Palmie- rio 3-0-1; Kim Urso 3-0-1; Hines 20-0; Jones 2-0-1. Totals 26-3-9. Ocasco 10122 2—8 Senators . 030200 x—? Ktaus-Welgel Phillies — Ross 2-11; Herrmap l-l-l;/ Adams 2-0-0; Foley 3-0-1; Stitsinger 3-0-0; Knodel 3' 0-1; Marinich 3-1-1; Menche 3-1-1; Guyler 2-0-0; Beckman 1-0-0; Schirmer 0-0-0. Totals 23-4-6. Lion's Club — Pater 4-1-1; Holland 4-1-1; Ervin 3-1-1; Brock 3-0-1; Pbwell 3-0-1; Everett 2-0-0; Sloneker 2-0-1: Bronson 3-0-1; Grafner 30-0. Totals 27-3-7. -..„,.. , Lion's 000210 0—3 Klaus-Weigel 320000 x—4 Butler Co. Lumber Co. — E. Thier 4-0-1; P. Griesinser 3-1-1: M. Hambelton 2-1-1; B.'Grevey 3-0-0; S. Hoi- loway 3-0-0; T. Cummins 3-0-1; K. Hoes 3-1-1; M. Thler 3-0-0; M. Gabbard 3-0-0. Totals 27-4-5. Roy Bond — Peck 4-0-2; Burtis 40-1- Belew 3-0-1; C. Schwggman 3-00- Bober 1-0-0; Westerfield 1-0-0; Leppert 2-0-0; Small 1-0-0; Moore 1-0-0; Weber 0-1-0; G. Schweggman 2-0'0; Baker' 1-1-0: Savage 2-0-0; Jordan 0-0-0. Totals 25-2-4. But. Co. Lumb. 0020011—4 Hoy Bond 000000 2—2 J and J Tire 20001 0—3 Dixie Music — Banks 4-1-2; Donges 4-1-2; J. Kallick 4-0-3; VI dourek 3-1-0; Graf 3-0-1; Gambrell 4-3-2; Moore 4-1-1; Beckman 3-1-1; Rains 3-1-1; Spivey 3-0-0; Graham 1-0-0. Totals 36-9-3. Clarki Ins. — T. Hodges 3-1-1; D Hodges 4-0-0; Cook 3-2-1; Ponder 31-2; Beyerlein 2-1-1; Oberdorf 3-1-1; Hinkel 3-1-2: Zinsmeister 3-1-2; Reiff 2-1-0; Day 2-1-2. Totals2 8-1012. Dixie Music 1310022—9 Clarks Ins. 3 234001 x—10 Hamilton West Y League Results Pease — Taylor 4-2-1; Campbel 4-1-1; Bray 4-0-3; Banks 4-1-1; Ad kins 4-1-0; Turner 3-1-2; Witt 4-1-1. Rose 4-1-2; Collins 4-1-2; Combs 4 1-1; Danford 1-0-0. Totals 40-10-14. Ft. Hamilton Mrt. — Senour 4-1-2 Wyatt 4-2-1; WcWhovter 4-1-1; Hib bard 4-1-2; Lunsford 4-1-3; Jones 4 0-1; W. Lunsford 2-0-1; Johnson 3 1-1; McWhorter 3-0-1; Lindsey 3-0-2. Totals 35-7-1S. Pease 082000 0—10 Ft. Hamilton Mkt. 0121300—7 Steve Rue blasted his fourth home run of the season and had three additional hits to lead the Pirates past the Braves, 139, in the Lindenwald Little League. M. Andrews pitched a five-hitter and smacked a homer to ead the Tigers past the Indians at Joyce Park. The league leading Plaza Olief Dodgers defeated the Mosler Reds, 4-1 in East Hamilton ,ittle League play. Tim Clifford pitched an outstanding giame with 11 strikeouts and he yielded only one hit. Robbie Hodge upped his batting average to 525 for the Dodgers. N. Defev- ;r collected the only hit for the osers. The Marshall Electric Tigers won the championship of the American League for the second year in a row by defeating the Sealtest Red Sox, 10-1. Their record is 13 - 2. Greg Jonson ed the winners with a single, double and a home run. Johnson has collected 28 hits in 48 times at the plate for a .583 batting average. In play at North End the Schwarz Jewelers Braves defeated the Brock Construction Three Romps Registered In CM Loop St. Veronica ripped St. Joseph, 18 - 4, in one of three Catholic Mens League routs. Giuliano and Terry Allgaier had four hits each for the winners St. Setphen knocked off Sacred Heart, 15-5. Gambrell had four hits for the winners.' St. Peter zipped by St. Ann 14-4. Hines homered twice for the winners. St. Ann — Brennan 4-0-1: Schust' er 3-0-0; Hinkel 4-0-2; VonHagan 3 0-1; Minnick 3-0-1; Gallagher 3-1-1; Carpenter M-l; Hensler 3-1-1; Saur her 2-0-1; D. Verreker 3-1-1; Da DaBo 1-0-0; Howard 1-0-0. Totals 32-4-10 St. Peter — Wilson 4-2-2; Ryan 4-2-2; Keiper 3-3-2; R Urso 4-1-2 Beckman 4-1-2; Joe Urso 3-1-1; Pal mieri 3-0-0; Jim Urso 3-1-1; Hine. 3-2-3; Newton 3-1-1. Totals 34-14-16 St. Ann St. Peetr 040000 C— 4 341240 x—1 Presby — Webster 3-1-2; Wilson 4-1-0; Settle 4-1-1; Duncil 3-0-1; Burg 3-0-1; Geckler 2-0-0; Wright 31-1; Baird 2-2-2; Rhodis 3-2-2; Jones 1-0-0; Brady .1-1-1. Totals 32-9-13. Hamilton Tool — Watkins 4-1-3; Stout 4-0-1; Hickey 4-0-1; McDaniel 4-1-1; Garland 13-1-2; Cockran 3-0-0; Wilson 3-2-1: Fiehrer 3-0-2: Bach 31-1; Essart 3-2-2. Totals 34-8-14. Presby 005202 0—9 Hamilton Tool 320011 1—8 2 2 2 0 L 1 1 1 3 rally ^ OLYMPIC LEAGUE v Standings f ' W JiJrewers Athletics Phils Expos Brewers - 9, Athletics - 8 •The Athletics tired to In the bottom of the seventh, l)ut were able to score only one jun on a homer by Stan Miller. Gqne Dare hit a home run, and John Niedfeldt; Mark Blankenberg, and Steve Brown hit dou- Wes for the winning Brewers. Phils - 25, Expos - 2 'The Phils overpowered the Expos, scoring 13 runs in the sixth. Both Doug Wall and Mike ytell were five for five, -and each hit a homer to help the Phils. T. Case and Tom Hoelle also had homers for the Phils. , v REGAL LEAGUE r Standings Mustangs firebirds Mercedes Bens Firebirds-13. Mustangs 2 2 0 - 6 Cardinals - 12, Pirates^- 5 The Cardinals jumped out to an early lead, scoring four runs in the first inning and five in the second, Doug Wilson hit a homer and a double and Wayne Wright hit a double for the Cardinals. David Walton slammed two homers for the losing Pirates. Standings Panthers 30 Lions 21 Jaguars v 12 Cougars 0 3 Panthers - 11, Cougars -8 Although the Cougars had the edge in hits 23 thers won the to 21, the Pan- game, Nancy Don .and .Ron's . Champion — George 4-0-0; Peters 4-1-0; D. Boling 4-3-4; J. Boling 4-2-2; Farmer 41-2; Schweitzen 3-0-1; Hubbard 10-0; Rost 3-0-1; Steele 3-0-1; Statzer 3-0-O.Totals 33-7-11. K of C — Smith 4-2-2; Beckman 4-2-1; DeJohn 4-0-3; Keating 3-2-0; B. Beckman 3-Orl; Vidorurek 3-1-2; Graf 3-1-1; Cramb 3-0-2; Shalloe 30-3; Vocke 3-1-0. Totals 33-9-15. Don and Ron'* 010202 2—7 K of C 303102 x—9 St. Veronica — LaFever 4*3-3 Pater 5-3-3; Baldwin 3-0-0; B. La Fever 4-1-3; Vidourek 4-0-1; R. Baw mann 4-1-2. Tim Allgaier 4-2-1 Giuziano 4-4-4; Terry Allgaier 4-3 4; L. Baumann 3-1-1. Totals 39-18-22 St. Joseph's — Zimmers 4-1-2 Noes 4-0-2; Thieken 4-0-3; .Heinric 1 3-0-0: D. Heinrich 3-1-1; Durbin 3 1-0; Schliesman 3-1-2; Enderlie 2-0' Staarman 3-0-2; Heinrich 3-0-0: Den te 1-0-0; Enderlie 1-0-1. Totals 34-4 13. St. Veronica 220228 2—1 St. Joseph 0100120— St. Joseph 0100120— St. Stephen — Banks 5-2-2; Donge 5-2-3; Keene 4-0-3; Rommel 5-1-1 Kallick 5-2-3: Gambrell 4-4-4; Gra ham 3-2-3; Graf 4-0-1: Beckman 1-1: G. Kallick 4-1-1. Totals 41-15-22 Sacred Heart — Brix 3-1-1; Greb ner 3-0-1; Hensley 3-0-2; Bell 3-1-1 K. Vail 3-1-2; R. Kuhl 3-0-1; Kessle 2-0-0; Wirtz 2-1-0; Snodgrass 2-0-1 Rader f-0-0; Roeasch 1-0-0; Sude kamp 1-0-1; M. Vail 1-1-1. Total 28-5-11. St. Stephen 611010 6—1 Sacred Heart 31000100— Cards, Yanks, Panthers, Tigers Take Y Victories The Firebirds defeated the Mustangs as Karen Spicer, Laura Howard, and Marcy Maurer -were four for four, Marcy hit * homer, Chris Voile and Pam Jjrown had homers for the Mustangs. Standings Reds ledgers, padres C«bs Cardinals Mets ' Giants Pirates Reds '-•*!, 3 2 2 2 1 1 I 0 Cochran hit a home run for the Panthers. Lions - 20, Jaguars - 5 The Lions were able to score in every inning except the second. Nancy Edwards, Margie Weisberg, Debbie Taylor, and Sue Combs slammed homers for the Lions. Maria Bryant and Bobby Jo Kinch hit home uns for the Jaguars. BR, Mill Ump Assignments Following are the umpiring assignments for next week in he Babe Ruth and Champion Mill Leagues', (all games be- 'gill at noted) w , --,, Giants > 2 The Reds gained sole posses- of .first .place in the Na- toal League with their victory over the Giants. Chris De- fipret, Eric Tuley, and Greg Watts hit extra - base hits for {fie Reds. Jeff Long slammed homer and a double for the 11, Dodgers v the Padres scored s j x the bottom of the (sixth to come from behind and hajid the Dodgers their first defeat. Terry Arnold, J. Dekorenjo, and Maggard hit homers. David Maggard hit a triple, and Ja) TaUen and J. DeUrenzo had Doubles for the Padres, Cubs - 6, Mets - 5 1 JJerik Hines hit a home run and Bill Biehl had a triple to lead the Pubs to victory in thi c}o*e game with the Mets. was Cox, Baker, hart, Ruykendoll 6 p.m. unless otherwise TUESDAY WSBR - N'P. 1 Essert, No. 2 Stanger; BHBR — Mosley; LBR — D. Slorveker - Maus WEDNESDAY WSBR - No. 1 Johnson, No. 2 P. Campbell; BHBR — Bishop - Gardner THURSDAY WSBR - No. 1 Essert No. 2 Results from the Central YMOA's summer softball leagues follow: Cardinals 13, Orioles 6 Home runs 'by Broofcrnan and Riumpler helped the Cardinals to flheir first win in three outings. Also scoring for the Cards Green, Burk- and Benge. Caudill, Kuykendoll, Hamlblin, and Baker scored the other Oriole runs. Yankees 13, Indians 11 The Yankees took over first place with a 13 - I'l win over the Indians. Home runs by Rodgens and Hall helped the Yankees to their victory. Also scoring for the Yankees were Thompson, Collins. Philpot, Fuller, Boyd and Green. The only home run for the Indians was hit by Tuttle. MoGaffney, Wolff Nichols, Lewellyn and Shouse scored the remaining runs for the Indians. Tigers 23, Cougars 82 In the Central YMCA Girls league the Tigers moved into place with the Cougars Phillies, 1,1-9. Flick led the win- lers with three hits inciting a double while Eversole also collected three for the losers ncluding a double and triple. Perry Schrudder was the win- iing pitcher as Whitey's Tri- >od defeated Landmark, 5-4, in he Fairfield League. Pete Stie- mel had four hits for the vic- ors. Dan Mills won his eighth game of the season in the Fair- 'ield Little League leading VFW past Superior Welding, 8-7. Dave Smith rolled to his seventh victory pitching a four-hitter and leading VFW past Superior again, 3-1. Smith now has an ERA of 0.80 and has fanned 100 in 52 innings. Pease-Pirates — Jerry Gill 3-1-1; K. Riie 6-2-3; Jim Gill 4-1-1; A. Kolesar 3-2-2; S. Rue 4-2-4; M. Ashir 3-1-2; S. Spurlock 3-0-0; D. Johnon 2-1-1; G. Hundley 2-2-1; J. Saur- ber 1-0-1; B. Melntosh 0-1-0. Totals 30-13-16. Moose-Braves — K. Stanton 3-3-1; Huff 3-1-1: R. Justice 3-1-1: B. Blackv-eU 3-0-1; M. Young 3-1-1; M. Nartker 1-2-1; J. Hubbard 2- i-O; G. Samples 3-0-0; G. Starrman 4-1-2; R. Samples 0-0-0: B. Morgan 1-0-0; DiSnyder 1-0-0. Totals 27-9-8. Pirates 10155 1—13 Braves 13000 5— Telephone •PENS B:30 A.M. , M> business •Htfl that Orris. Note* If your copy of tte JouriMd-News is fwt d«. livered by the ffcgulaf Hnw pteaM call Ph«n« R9.V3801 Aak For Circulation! t I. Local Tigers — R. Anderson 4-2-2; C. Williams 3-1-2: D. Jackson 3-0-0; M. Andrews 3-1-1; J. Htllard 3-1- K. Giese 2-0-0; D. Hill 2-0-0; J. Ledford 3-0-1; M. Giese 1-0-0. Totals 24-5-8. Indians — P. Messacar 3-0-1; C. Bisdorf 3-0-1; K. Conrad 3-0-0: R. Daddabbo 2-0-0; R tals 24-1-5. Tigers Indians Landmark — B. Schardine 3-0-0; Scheve 3-1-2; . S. Rice 2-0-1: Strauss 3-0-0: M. Ikruli- ca 3-1-2; Lamb 3-0-1; Willsey 3-0-0; Morgan 2-0-1; T. Bowcock 1-0-0. Totals 26-4-9. Whltey's Trl Pod — Berler 3-02; Schrudder 4-0-0; Stiemel 4-1-4; S. Smith 3-0-0; Reisf 2-1-1; Bio'ndo 4-1-3; Esposito 3-1-2: Deerinjr 3-1-3; Wynn 2-0-0; Heil 1-0-0. Totals 29-515. LANDMARK 01102 0—4 Whitey's Tri-Pod 000-050—5 Sooerl 3-1-2; J. Chaney 3-0-1; M. Miller 3-0-0; M. Hoelle 2-0-0; T. . Owens 2-0-0. To- 20003 0—5 10000 0—1 Bowcock 3-2-2; Leihheber 5-1-3; • Plvan S-2-1; Barrows 3-1-1; Couch 0-1-0: Schwarz 30-1; Eversole 4-1-3; DeVine OJ.d; Morris 1-0-0; Cotton 3-'M; : Mullens 1-0-0: Scrlvner 0-2-0; Hubbard 2-0-0; Todd 0-0-0; Becker 0-1-0. Totals 2511-10. Brock Construction Phillies — P. Reist 2-0-0; Flick 4-2-3; M. Reist 3- Kurzner 3-0-0; Webb 3-0-1; Nash 11-. 2-2: Wilson 4-1-2; Rose 4-1-2; Dave 0-11. Braves 00202 7—11 Phillies 012402—9 WANT AD INDEX ANNOUNCEMENTS — Classification No. Local Notes, Notices t Lodge Notices * In Memorlam — \ Card of Thanks 4 Florists — Nurseries 5 Monumentl, Lots - J Travel - » Lost and Found 8 Insurance J« General Repair JJ Motorcycles - " BUSINESS SERVICE — Beauty Shops -'- JJ Builness Service IS Moving, Storage 17 EMPLOYMENT — Female Help Wanted J* Mate Help Wanted 19 Male, Female Help *0 Petitions Wanted 21 INSTRUCTIONS — Schools - * M FINANCIAL — Budnen, Opportunities 24 Money to Loan 25 Wanted to Borrow 2» LIVESTOCK — FARM MARKETS— Pett For Sale 2' Livestock For Sale 28 Poultry and Eggs - 29 Wanted Livestock 30 Farm Equipment 32 Farm Produce 33 MERCHANDISE — Antiques and Gifts 34 Articles For Sale 3S Office Equipment 3SA Building Materials S« Coal • Wood - OH .37 Sale, Boats • Motors 38 Mobile Homes 39 Wanted To Buy 40 BOOMS FOR RENT — Room and Board .41 Sleeping Rooms 42 Housekeeping Rmi. 43 REAL ESTATE FOR RENT — Apt. Rentals, Unfurnlihe* 44 Apt. Rentals, Furnished ...—44A Apt. unfurnished. Furnished 44B Houses For Rent ----- *» Miscellaneous For Rent 46 Wanted To Rent 47 REAL ESTATE FOR SALE — Business Property 48 Farms And Acreage ~—*--.-,--ff Houiei For Sale ...... i..:.....W Lots For Sale :. .-•„--—.51 Wanted Real EiUU .—'„-—« Auction Sales '.. . •* CARS — TRUCKS — l Used Cars For Salt —..-.—.54 l!»cd Trucks — Bal» —— --»» Sealtest Red Sox — .Oliver 2-0-0- Bolts 2-0-0; Heimer 3-6-0; Andrews 2-0-1; Brown 3-1-0; .-:Carley 2-0-0; Hessler 2-0-1; Spivey.,2-0-0; Buifler 1-0-0; Malcum 1-0-0: Hindsberger 1 0-0; Colson 0-0-0; Cottrel 1-0-0. Totals 23-1-2. Marshall Electric Tigers — Bruck 41-2; Jonson 4-3-3; Roark 4-2-2; Beckemeier 3-0-1; Goffena 31-1; Roark 3-1-1; Isgro 2-1-0: Wyatt Stumph 0-0-0; S. Jonson 1-0-0; Phill- 2-0 ; l; Gibbs 1-0-0; Beckemier 00-0- not 0-0-0; M. Wyatt 1-1-0; Kinsey 0-0-0. Totals 28-10-11. Red Sox .000010—0 Tigers 52012 x—10 and Melissa Pike had nuns for the Cougars. Panthers 34, Mustangs 4 The Panthers got their second win with a 34 - 4 victory over the Mustangs. Tina Wilsman and Linda Burns had ivomers for the Panthers. Becky Kirkman had the Mustang's lone 'home run. Freuler; ElfiBR Johnson Plaza Chef Dodgers — n. Garland 2-1-0: R. Hodge 3-0-2: R. Horn 3-0-0; B. Kelly 2-2-1; T. Clifford 3-0-2; G. Garrison 3-0-0; M. Wesson 3-0-0: J. Garrett 2-0-ft; G.' D''\on 2-1-0; D. Patrick 0-0-0. Totals 23-4-5. Mosler Reds — B. Huff 2-1-0: R. Thomoson 2-0-0: S. Thomas 3-0-0; D. Dochlrnan 3-0-0: a. Beckf 2-0-0- N. DeFever 2-0-1: N.' Fries 2-0-0: n Price 2-0-0: D. Wetta 2-0-0; B. Wolf 1-0-0. Totals 2D-M. Dodgers 01002 1—4 Herts 10000 0—1 V. F. W. — Clour! 4-0-1: Hensley 1-0-0: Mills 3-0-0: Miller 3-1-1; Porter 1-1-1: Barrett J-l-0: Menninger 2-0-1; Emrick 8-0-1: Napier 2-0-0- Smith 3-0-2. Total 23-3-7. Superior — Ripberger 2-0-0; S. Retherford 3-1-1: Flick 3-0-0; Schwab 3-0-2; Lotz 3-0-1; T. Retherford 3-0-0; Gadd 1-0-0: Rickert 1-0-0; Brunner 1-0-0; Aelfroy 2-0-0: Rumo- ker 1-0-0; Preston 0-0-0. Total 23- VFW 01000 2—3 Superior 00000 1—1 Superior — Rlpberger 4-1-1; Flick 3-0-0; S. Retherford 3-1-1; Schwab 3-1-2; T. Retherford 3-0-0; Brunner 3-1-1; Helfrev 2-1-1: Gadd 3-1-3; Keene 2-1-0. Total 26-7-9. VFW — Cloud 2-1-1; Napier 3-0-0: Mills 2-i-l; Miller 3-1-1; Black 20-0; Porter 1-0-0; Craig 0-0-0: Barrett 1-0-1; Emrick 2-0-0; Henslev 1-2-0: Menninger Total 22-8-8. Sunei-ior V.F.W. 2-1-0; Smith 2-2-2. 00133 0—7 130121—8 Raiisohoff Cops In Industrial In a 10 • inning duel in the Industrial B League, Ransohoff won its first game of the season over the Safeworkers as Vandventer smacked in the winning run. Snell had five hits for the losers while C. Collett did same for the winners. 1 toppled Mosler Mosler No. No. 2, 8-3. Clark's 100 tallied six times in the sixth to surprise Hamilton Tool, 16-14. Garland hom- ered for Clark's. Tool and Moore for • 28 win over the Cou- Emerson; LBR — Helton - Waller FRIDAY WSBR - No. 1 Hess, No, J Walters; $H»R — EJmerson . Waller; Champion Mill — No. Helton (6 and 7). No. 2 P. Campbell (6, 7 and 8) SATURDAY WSBR - No. 1, Maus, No. 2 Heltw Ohile-Ciodfrey outpointed "Ti- first with a gars. Linda Gilley hit two home runs for tihe Tigers while Kim Redbirds Win 1240 In Fairfield Farm In a Fairfield Farm League battle, the Bfdbirds toppled the 4$ T jg, -7 n i«e 4-2-2; wynn 4-2«-2-?; 6. Shipp 4-3-2; -l-l; Reichert 4-1-2: Stevens, Chile. OJsamura, Japan, 10, light- Angels Beat Reds At Thomson Park In the Champion Senior League played at Thomson Park the Angels defeated the Reds 7-5. Ramsey hit a three- run homer to win the game. Compton hit a homer for the Safeworkers o 5 o o o o 3 i i o-io losers. Ransohoff — Collett 6-3-5; Abbott 5-2-3; Rogers 6-1-2; Roberts 5-0-1; Collins 6-3-3; Hubbo 3-0-2; Collett 5-1-2; Vandventer 4-0-2; Mclntosh 00-3; Marqua 5-2-1; Mason 3-1-2. Totals £4-12-26. Safeworkers — Snell 6-3-5; Lamb 6-0-2; Kirby 6-0-0; Adams 50-0; Burns 4-1-1; Powell 3.2-1; Campbell 5-2-2; Sweet 5-1-2; Davenport 5-1-2; Fowler 4-2-1. Totals 49-10-10. Ransohoff 00215001 1—12 Reds — M. Howell 4-1-1: J. Riley 4-'l-3; M. Goebel 4-0-1; D. Woolen 41-0; J. Compton 2-1-2; S. Gobel 3-0-1; p. Stidham 1-0-0: B. Phillips 3-0-1; J. JeHeries 1-0-0; J. Keller 1-0-0; Plaratt 1-0-0; Sexton M-l: Wertz 1-0-0: Stitzel 1-0-0. Totals 31-5-10. Angels — Lakes 4-1-4: Rich Stephens 3-1-0; Ramsey 3-2-1; Hapner 4-1-1; Brunner 3-0-3: Rob Steoh- ens 3-0-1; Gilbert 2-1-0: G''»ft 1-0-°: Blower 1-0-0; Hoffman 10-0; Me Bridge 1-0-0. Totals 28 005000 0—5 310003 0—7 Mahan 2-1-0; 7-9. Reds Angels OSAKA, Kanazawa, ed out Show SungOhang, 112V4, South Korea, 5, Kanazawa wins Oriental title. Mosler No. Gabbard 3-1-1; wer t — Branton 3-2-2; Stapleton 3-0-2; Bre 2-0-0; Linkous 3-0-0; Senger 30-1; Hayes 3-0-1; Cress 3-0-1; Garrison 3-0-0; HeUrick 3-0-1. Totals 293-9. Mosler No. t — Barrett 4-1-2; Harmon 2-1-1; Harris 3-1-1; Walters 31-1; Byrd 2.J-0; Hibbard 3-0-2; Frederick 2-1-0; Kuhn 3-1-2; Davis 31-1; Hann 2-0-1: Lainhart 1-0-0; Beckman 1-0-0; Heet 1-0-1. Totals 30-8-12. Mosler No. WANT AD INFORMATION DEADLINE 3:30 P.M. Day before publication. MONDAY DEADLINE Saturday Nopn •' " To Place"Classified Ad" Call 895-5601 8:30 to 5 P.M. CANCELLATIONS OR COPY 'CHANGES DEADLINE — 5 P.M. day before publication. Once placed an ad cannot be cancelled or changed until after the first insertion. REGULATIONS Errors should be reported immediately. It is the responsibility of the advertiser to check the correctness of each;insertion. Adjustments are made on the degree to which the error jeduces the value of the. ad. The jpub"- Usher will not be responsible, for more than one incorrect•: insertion. . . ..: ' •' The publisher reserves the right to edit or reject any ads deemed objectionable. RATES _ For Want Ad Service 40c per line MINIMUM CHARGE 3 lines or less . . . $1.20 Box numbers 50c extra EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 1971 CLASSIFIED RATES 40c PER.LINE- < 3 LINE MINIMUM ' 1 DAY - $1.20 2 DAYS — ,$2.40 3 DAYS , $3.60 4 DAYS $4.80 5 DAYS _ $3.00 6th DAY FREE $6.00 7 DAYS - $7.20 8 DAYS - $8.40 9 DAYS $9.60 10 DAYS - $10.81 11 DAYS —.i—...-$12.00 12th DAY FREE $12.00 1. Local Notice* 15. i£ttftfne.<* Service S-P-E-C-I-A-L NOTE The Hamilton JOURNAL NEWS ' • is for SALE each afternoon at MERCY Hospital FORf HAMILTON Hospital and HUGHES Hospital in HAMILTON and in McCULLOUGH HYDE Hospital in, Oxford, and also.; ,-• in all REST HOMES in City of Hamilton and in Butler County HADDIX'S LAKES Stocking twice a week Farm raised Cat and Blue Cat and lots of line bursting Flathcads 10 to 40 Ibs. West Eklton 7873237. CHAIN LINK FENCE SALE With or without installation. Anytime. 8954476. ~~&I}~CAHPET SERVICE" R all types installation, ish material, $1.25 7891. We yd. furn- 892- STORM WINDOWS THOMPSON SIDING CO. 394-6797 CARPET CLEANING - In your home. Living. Dining Area, Hall. $19.95. 893-3244. BLACKTOP -* Driveways installed or repaired and sealed. Bank financing. 892-5683. LIGHT HAULING - All clean up jobs. 895-7805. types, ADKINS ROOFING - quality work gauranteed. Metal edging and gutters. Chimney repairs. 863-5865. PAINTING —Exterior, interior. Satisfaction guaranteed. Free estimates. 892-2501. ROOFING - Tin work. Quality Tin Shop. Free estimates. C. Gerhardt 894-8673. Call till 8:30 a m. after 4 p.m. ANYONE KNOWING-The prc- £3nt whereabouts ol Charles B. Mukes please notify Benjamin J. Birdsall, Jr. Attorney at Law, 1001 Howard Ave. Suite 2304, New Orleans, Louisiana. 2. Lodge Notices Notice AH Members Ft. Hamilton Council No. 109, Daughters of America, Important meeting July 6th at Eagles Temple. Attend and vote. PLASTERING—New or repair work. For free estimates call Pola E. Rednour 893-1397, 8936208. LIST YOUR SERVICE IN THIS DIRECTORY A 3-line Ad Cost Only $1.20 Daily And. Tells Thousands Of Our Daily Readers About Your Special Business Or Service ., Dial 895-5601 Washington Lodge No,. 17 F. & A. M. Masonic Temple. Stated meeting this Monday evenirig at 7:30 p.m. Harry F. Gaefe. W. M. CHAIN LINK FENCE-Ornamental iron, by Stern Welding, Erie & Dayton. 863-8933 evenings. 895-5102. GRAVEL - Bank run, fill dirt. Top soil. Manure. All back hoe, loader work. 892-0975. 3. In jtfemortam In Loving Memory; of ' Our Beloved Dad REV. OWEN T. ALLEN Who passed away 9 years ago today. From this world of pain and sorrow, To the land of peace and rest. God has taken you dear Dad, Where you have found eternal rest. '.,'-.- -.,-' Jessie arid .7 Family 1 HOUR TV SERVICE COLOR & BLACK & WHITE Day or night, 7 days a week, service from 9 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. 80% .repaired in customer's home. Reasonable prices. For fast, competent, efficient and courteous .service 869-8079. 'i.BaakAmeficard Welcome ELECT, & ENGR. TV SVC. WOOLUM'S TREE SERVICE-' Trees trimmed, cut down and removed. Spraying, lawn service. 868-2S95. CEMENT WORK - Patios, porches, sidewalks, basements, driveways. 893-5337. In Loving Memory Of . • My Beloved Husband .REV. OWEN T. ALLEN Who. passed away nine years ago today. - ' A happy home we onc^. enjoyed'. How sweet the memory still! But death has left a lonesomeness, The world can never fill. Your wife, Mary and Children PAINTING - Professional guaranteed? Reasonable. Gutter repair. SMley>.JBrbs. 894-5065. 9. Lost and Found FOUND .— Shepherd ,type; puppy. Black with white; feet and throat. Pay for this' /ad. 89fr 5560. ,.:;.' ... & '• .. .. •. bas. Re- LOST — Female tri color set. Answers to "Tammy" ward. 736-8255. LAKE COMFORT JACKSONBURG BD. Stocked Wednesday with Channel and Carp. Tagged . more fish. Friday, Saturday and Sunday night fishing. Saturday $5 for the largest Channel, $10 Sunday, $10 Monday. Clean picnic ground. NOTICE - We made flags and sell flag American sets only. Visit us at our new location 240 Main Street, free parking in rear of store. WITTMAN8 NOVELTY CO. Since 1903 10. Insurance AUTO INSURANCE — Can pay monthly. Risk if-/*, needed. Charles Johnson 893-3739. ,-OOYT A. RAINS. INS.' r >:< Homeowners, .Coiiinier^ ciai, Automobile! Risk. 894-83$! or 895-5213. 13. motorcycles 1970 HARLEY DAVIDSON - Sportster XLCH custom seat, extended front end. May trade. 1-317-732-3544. HONDA—750. 4 cylinder. Phone 863-6040. '68 SUZUKI - 80CC $160, Call 892-0293. CYCLE INSURANCE ALI MAKES AND MODELS. GAIL DONNER 863-2266. 894-6831. HONDA 350's ARE HERE For Immediate Delivery WHERE? HONDA OF HAMILTON 4836 Dixie Hwy. Fairfield, Ohio J971 HONDA - SL7l75. Bought for $686. Sell for loan pay off of $537, 895-3567. PAINTING — Exterior. 18 years experience. Average labor charge $100 to $200. Call 893-7306. QUALITY PAINTING EXTERIOR, INTERIOR CALL NICK 863-6094 RESIDENTIAL ROACH WORK From $14. 893-2841 PATROL PEST CONTROL TOP SOIL — Bank run gravel. An<dy Neal, Woodsdale. HANDYMAN SERVICE-Small home repairs, electrical, carpentry, roofing, plumbing. 8632714. CHAIN LINK FENCE Delivered or installed. Free estimates. Call any time 894-6242. CARPENTER WORK - Large or small jobs. Remodeling, ad- ^Itipns,' garages, roofing, concrete.. Financing arranged. ' •" R,,'.Coleman, 892-0532 COMPLETE REMODELING ROOM ADDITIONS, GARAGES FINANCING ARRANGED 895-7193 ' SINK LINES — Sewer - Drain Lines Opened Electrically. Prompt Service. 892-9519. PLUMBING — Repair, remodel, replacement. Also new work. Reasonable rates. All work guaranteed. Call 895-6363. SOD — Merion & Windsor Blue grass guaranteed weed free. Free delivery. 12 rolls or more. Patch work, lawns laid, work material guaranteed. Free estimates: 833-7607. PLUMBING -Repairs, replacements, -. unstop sink and bath drains. Free estimates. 869-7919 Homemade Ice Cream Supper Darrtown Methodist Church, July 10th Serving 4:30 to 9. Menu includes: Salads, sandwiches, baked beans, 1 noodles, deviled eggs, pie, coke beverages. 1971 SUZUKI — Euduro Trail Bike. 23'1'2 Timberman Road. 89^-2253. ^T^TlARLEY 74 - 'Electric Glide. $1.595. 1420 Shuler. After 4. Mosler No. 1 102000 0-3 400301 x—8 Japan—' 117 J /4, Japan, knock- Hamilton Tool — Bach 4-1-1; Wil son 2-3-1; Gordon Davis 4-1-1; Horn 4-1-2; Garland 4-2-3; George Davis 4-0-0; Bowman 4-0-2; Tolley 4-2-!; Mackey 2-0-1; Essart 4-2-3; Ousley 2-1-1. Totals 38-14-16. CUrksa 199 — Lentz 4-1-2; Link 4- The Circulation Department of The Hamilto. JOURNAL NEWS announces the appointment of M.-s. Rose Guncller, 3318 Cincinnati-Brookville Road aa the pew Motor Route driver serving large area in anc arQUAd Venice^ Qhio. She started ^as of July 1 and will take care of all deliveries and collections. Mrs. Gundler replaces Mrs. Dale Hildenbrand who has 'Served the route in a most efficient manner since February 1, 1.E67. ; 2-1; Moore 4-2-3; Mick 4-1-2; Feity 4-1-3; Leneaue 4-3-2; Johnson Campbell 1-0-0; Maycs 3-1-2; ham 3-2-2; Barger 3-1-2. Clark's 100 0 2 2 J 1 6 x—16 Tool 8063004. 4-2-1; Need- Totals 38- On and Legal after this c date. July 3, 1971 I will not be responsible for any' debts contracted by anyone other than myself. Thomas F. Titcomb, 2623 Urmston uAve., Hamilton, Ohio. 1965 BSA - 6500 CC. Runs gooil 895-0577. _ 15. Business Service ALUMINUM SIDING THOMPSON SIDING 'CO. • 894-6797 ROOFING THOMPSON SIDING 894-6797 CO. CALL—God's Man of Faith for your plumbing needs. Licensed. 893-0197. CHAIN'LINK FENCET- whale" sale. We install or sell direct. Middletown collect 4234424. ALUMINUM " PATIO" COVER- 10x20 $269. Reg. ation available. SIDING CO. $499. Install- THOMPSON JOHNSON TV REPAIR Service Call $1.50. 863-7939 CHIMNEYS -ROOFS GUTTERS CLEANED, PAINTED, NEW CALL HUME, 892-2782 PAINTING — Interior, exterior. Insured. Call 895j-623L __ WHY~PAINT - Every year? PANEL IT — and forget it. 894-5193. your plan. financing. Free estimates, full BRICK & BLOCWORK No job too large or small. yrs. exp. 8934934. 15 Trimmed and removed. Hedges trimmed. 893-6868. garage .cleaniog, reasonable rates'. 89$-4|}87 anytime. Picas* Turn To Next Page FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSIFIED ADS

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