The News-Messenger from Fremont, Ohio on March 1, 1983 · 15
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The News-Messenger from Fremont, Ohio · 15

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Ohio Plant fire idles GM plant LORDSTOWN, Ohio (AP) The General ;,Motors Corp. van 'assembly plant and '1,600 workers will be 'idle until Friday because of a paint fire, officials say. Two shifts of 800 ' workers each will not be I paid for the down time, said GM spokesman Don Weber. "I don't know exactly what the provisions are," he said. "I would think this would be an act of God and I think the contract provides for an act of God. We hope to be back with the first shift Friday." No one was hurt Monday when the blaze broke out about 9 a.m. in a second-floor paint booth. The fire was controlled less than two hours later, said David Perrone, GM spokesman at the plant. "Firefighters from at least five area depart ments battled the fire. About 100 workers, including eight to 10 in the booth, were evacuated immediately, Perrone said. Weber said a malfunction in auto spray equipment caused the fire. No damage estimate was made. Tuesday, March 1, 1,983, The News-Messenger, Fremont, O. 15 Strike cripples city services NEWARK, Ohio (AP) - This central Ohio city of 39,000 depended on sheriff's deputies and neighboring fire departments for protection today after police, firefighters and other city employees went on strike in a wage dispute. Police Chief Robert Post, who was manning the police station along with a captain early today, said Licking County Sheriff Gerry Billy told him the Sheriff's Department would try to protect the city. The sheriff has 30 deputies to protect the county's 150,000 residents. "Pickets are outside right now and it would be hard for us to get out of our parking area," Post said. "I fully understand how they feel, but I cannot condone the strike." Fire Chief Clarence Huston said three probationary firefighters were working with him. He said three of the city's four fire stations were closed. The city has agreements with neighboring fire departments to protect the city, but ne said he did not know if the agreements would be honored in a strike. Newark's residents have private garbage pickup service. Non-uniformed workers in the dispute work in the health, water, sewer, street or parks and recreation departments or as City Hall clerks. Five of the city's 10 council members met informally with union leaders late Monday night after the strike began at about 9 p.m. oledo stockbroker center of investigation - TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) - He was bright, ambitious, interested in a variety of pursuits and a tireless worker. That's how his friends and former business associates characterize Edward P. Wolfram, the Toledo stockbroker who is at the center of a swirl of ; investigations trying to find out what happened to $36 million in collateral missing from six accounts he supervised. The status of the accounts, which his wife owned, ', led to the collapse of the Bell & Beckwith brokerage firm earlier this month in a scandal that rocked regional financial circles. ; Wolfram resigned as managing partner of the 85-' year-old company and signed over his personal assets and those of his wife, Zula, to a court-appointed trustee overseeing liquidation of the firm. Mrs. Wolfram owned the six accounts where the collateral turned up absent. The company was closed on Feb. 7 by federal investigators who found the shortage. About 7,500 Bell & Beckwith customers are waiting to learn the status of their cash and security accounts, but few were critical of Wolfram despite the swift demise of the 85-year-old firm. His friends and former associates call Wolfram "generous, hard-working, bright" and "ambitious." One former customer said, "If Ted Wolfram called me tomorrow and told me he was with another brokerage, I'd give him my business." Until their financial empire began to collapse three weeks ago, the Wolframs split their time between Toledo and a Las Vegas, Nev., hotel and casino complex they controlled. They owned a horse farm in Ocala, Fla., that produced some high-quality racing stock. They also owned a land and cattle company and two oil-exploration companies. The couple had two airplanes, including a $2 million Cessna jet that was delivered a month before the Bell & Beckwith insolvency was found. Mrs. Wolfram ran a Las Vegas show-production company called Zula Productions. Her last show, "Spellcaster," was playing at her hotel, the Landmark, on the weekend that a dozen New York Stock Exchange and federal securities investigators shut the brokerage. Wolfram was a major contributor to athletic and academic programs at Bowling Green State University, his alma mater. In 1977, he was presented a speicial award during a football game there. He is remembered as a bright student. "He had one of the fastest minds I've ever seen," said one fraternity brother. Former Toledo businessman Edward Lamb, who now is an official of the Nevada National Bank, said he helped the Wolframs finance the initial down payment of $2.5 million for purchase of the Landmark complex. Non-display rates Corrections, cancellations, etc. Deadlines and hours 15 word minimum. $6.30 min. charge 1 to 3 days .... 14' per word per day 4 or 5 days .... 1 2' per word per day 6 or more days .10' per word per day SPECIAL FAMILY RATE Prepaid $500 Limit-Each Item Priced 1 5 words ... 6 days only 3.00 PLEASE CHECK YOUR AD ON THE FIRST DAY OF PUBLICATION. If an error should appear, or should you wish to cancel your ad. please call us at 332-551 1. Corrections and cancellations can be made until 8:30 a.m. day of publication except Saturday. The News-Messenger will credit only the first day of publication for ods in error. Blind box charge, $5.00 if picked up; $7.00 if mailed. Box number will be assigned and replies will be mailed twice weekly. DAY AD APPEARS DEADLINE Tues. thru Sat Noon preceding day Monday 5:00 p.m. Friday Call 332-551 1. or place your ad in person at The News-Messenger, 1700 Cedar St., Fremont, Ohio. Hours: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mon.-Fri.; Sat. B a.m. to Noon. : Legal l public notices ; Public Notices NOTICE OF " PUBLIC HEARING i ZONING COMMISSION OF SANDUSKY ; TOWNSHIP A public hearing will be 'held before the Sandusky Township Zoning Com- mission on the 8th day of I March 1983 at 8:00 o'clock i p.m. at the Sandusky Township Hall for the I purpose " of hearing the following: J Rezoning from R-l to B-l i the property of Donald E. iStahl, 1391 C.R. 65, J Fremont, Ohio. - Zoning Commission of Sandusky Township Nelson Gibson Secretary Feb. 16, 22, Mar. 1 CLASSIFIED ADS E CALL 332-5511 ' ' REMEMBER - Classified ' Ads must be placed by , NOON to run next day. Announcements 1-8 5 Special Notice THINK spring with holiday statues, pins, and magnets from BJ's Plastercraft 1720 Williams Drive. 332-7486. TIME to Plan for your Custom Made, Spring Wardrobe! Suits, Coats, Dresses, Blouses, Designer Fabrics and Ultra Suede. Alterations. Call for ap- pointment, 334-3934. LOOKING for work? Let us help you with your resume. It could make a difference! Send $3.00 with stamp to: FRB, P.O. Box 1228, Fremont. CLASSIFIED Ads Gets Results! TRADE! Professional landscaping for small dump truck and building material for barn. Clyde Nursery, 1 547-9249. WALLPAPER and Paint Sale, all in-stock vinyl S5.58 per single roll; wallcovering booksale 30 percent off by order. Mike's Paint & Wallpaper, 1801 W. State. 5 Special Notice HANDPAINT Novelties for Fun and Profit. For information, send stamped envelope to: FRB, P.O. Box 1228, Fremont. FwimhI IDefceme Sewice HOSTESS MARGE BIGAILA 41 4 S. Clover Street 332-2270 Personals PROBLEMED by Pregnancy? HEARTBEAT cares about both of you. For confidential help call 334-9079. 7 Lost and Found FOUND: Coon dog, ear tattoo, Rollersville area. 1 638 3963 after 5pm. LOST: White female Samoyed, pregnant, vcinity Spiegel Grove. Call 332-2582. LOST: Light brown, short haired, medium sized dog. Call 1-898-1798. 7 Lost and Found LOST: Old brown key case, 4-5 keys. Call 1-986 5313. LOST: Gray, longhaired cat, declawed. 1 898 1798. Employment 10-11 10 Help Wanted LEADS LEADSLEADS HIGH COMMISSIONS 1. Are you presently in sales? 2. Have you been in sales? 3. Do you want to be in sales? The best paying iobs in America are for people in sales. If you fit into the three catagories above and are a high school graduate and self-motivated, call 334-2753 9:30am-noon to schedule . a confidential interview. BOOKKEEPER. Local health care facility seeks a bookkeeper with associate degree in accounting or two years general accounting work experience. Must be willing to perform other clerical functions as required. Send resume to: Box 54, co News-Messenger, Fremont, Ohio. ervice directory This handy guide to services offered in this area is published every Tuesday. Your advertising message can be included in the Service Directory for as little as $6.50. For more information, call Janet or Sandi, 332-5511. I 5 Cent Photo Copies 417 W. State St. downtown -across from Post Office Fremont 334-8921 d:H 0 D..U A..- owner u.m or rvu.n operolorl wnmm Repairing Rebuilding Tufting Largs Selection ot Fabrics Fabric Supplies Do-It-Your Self Fabrics and Supplies Drepery Fabric U-Z-ler UPHOLSTERY 312 Tiffin St., 332-2173. S.D. BUNN CABINET 3334693 RESURFACING SPECIALIZING IN RESURFACING OR NEW KITCHEN S BATH urr LABOR THRU ITlAKin Before After Rtl ISTtPMm-MO OltlGATHM Irfl m KIRBY SWEEPER PARTS & REPAIR W.G. WILLIS Corner of Woodland and Limerick, Clyde, O. FIEGELIST RADIO & TV 529 W. State . 332-9191 PHILCO Odyssey2 VIO20 thf IrtrmlU I'umpufrr NORTHWEST OHIO CHIMNEY SWEEPS Prevent Chimney Fires Be Safe Not Sorry I "Fully Insured" Clyde 1-547-8039 Fremont 332-5414 m We Specialize in Residential and Commercial Waste Hauling. Pocirtontinl fSiis Contractor rifl for the City of Fremont ySBS" "S3? Prompt Reliable 'Waste Systems BROWNING-FERRIS INDUSTRIES 332-8391 A Company Building anlndustry Professional Cleaning CARPETING DRAPERY UPHOLSTERY WINDOWS WALLS Residential-Commercial TURNER'S CLEANING & INSTALLATION SERVICE Call Joe, 332-0555 or 332-4260 Dave, 332-1614 The MODERNETTE Gift & Music Shoppe 152 W. Water 898-5835 Oak Harbor "WiaMrMii;1 AwctiCaHitcl Ca. Custom Kitchene Baths, Specialty Cabinets & Millwork 1360 C.R. 222 Fremont, Ohio Estimates OVER 50 YEARS OF rOMTINUING -fA SERVICE FREMONT ATHLETIC SUPPLY 61 1 W. State DAN'S CHIMNEY SWEEP Prevent Chimney Fires Call Dan Your Chimney Man For Clean, Efficient Chimney Cleaning 116 FRANKLIN BETTSVILLE, OH. 1-986-5145 v r -t j Commercial -Residential Bonded 8 Insured Safes Sold 8 Repaired feiocicsMmj KIT! LOCKS MARV'S L0CKSH0P 334-3662 2236 W State St. 10 Help Wanted RELIABLE Babysitter for newborn, starting March J8th. 4pm-12:30am. shift. Monday thru Friday. Your home. Call 332 6365. TAKING Applications. General office, experience required. 304 Elm Street, Clyde, amnoon. TEXAS Oil Company needs mature person for short trips surrounding Fremont. Contact customers. We train. Write T.L. Dicker-son, President Southwestern Petroleum, Box 789, Ft. Worth, Texas. 76101. TAKING Applications. Laborer skilled and unskilled under ground utilities. 304 Elm Street, Clyde, 9amnoon. ACTIVITY Program Director for a 100 bed nursing facility. Must be able to plan and conduct a broad program designed to meet- the needs of all individuals, have good organizational abilities, be able to work well with others, a deep love and concern for the elderly, happy, outgoing and dependable. Must be self-motivated, able to plan events, good decision maker, responsible super.viser, and be able to delegate authority. Some experience in this field is necessary. Please send resume to Box 56, c-o News-Messenger, Fremont. 10 Help Wanted PLASTICSGROWTH Expanding area plastic fabricator has immediate opening for: Plant Superintendent, Need people-oriented manager who has had plastic experience and supervisory experience. Responsibilities include molding, finishing, assembly, maintenance and quality, report directly to General Manager. Tooling Engineer: Plastic background mandatory. Must be able to quote piece price and tooling cost from customer drawing, place tooling and follow progress with vendors, tryout tooling and secondary fixtures before turning projects over to production. Molding Foreman and Assembly Foreman: Responsible for meeting production standards and required quality levels. Training ability and excellent supervisory skills required. Must be willing to work any shift. Plastic experience helpful. These are full-time positions with an opportunity to grow with the company. Competitive starting salary with outstanding fringes. Send resume in confidence to Box 57, c-o News-Messenger, Fremont. Equal Opportunity Employer TAKING Applications. Equipment operator, backhoe, ditch witch, etc. 304 Elm Street, Clyde, 9am-noon. The Problem olver 16 Business Services INVENTORS. Do you have a prototype machine or original idea that you'd like to develop? We can produce working drawings and blueprints from your sketches and drawings. We also can assist in royalty licensing and patent applications. Write Box 47, c o News-Messenger, Fremont, Ohio. 17 Home Improv. INSULATING Glass made to your dimensions for extra heating savings. We make it! We guarantee it! FREMONTGLASS 401 Bidwell NEW Homes, Additions, Garages, Concrete Work, Plumbing, Ceramic Tile, Drywall, Roofing, Gutters, Display Showcases, Precision FinishWork Siding, Kitchens. Michael Glovinsky. No Job Too Small! 332 2150. (3,8) PAINTING, Interior-Exterior, Drywall, Textured Ceilings. Reasonable. Free Estimates. Misch Con- tractors. 332 5641. VINYL Siding, Insulation, Replacement Windows and Doors, Gutters, Awnings. Free Estimates. D & L Con-Struction, 332 3808. CALL the Girls! Interior Decorating, Wallpapering, Painting. 15 Years Experience. Free Estimates. 334-4123 after 3pm. (3,2) FOR Vinyl and Alumvn-Siding, Seamless Gutters, Replacement Windows and Doors, Storm Doors and Windows, Blown Insulation, Residential and - Commercial Roof Maintenance, Spencer Construction, Green Springs. Call Collect 639-2843. 24 Hour Emergency Service. (3,2) A to Z Carpentry. Repair and Remodel Basement to Attic, Garages, Decks, Porches, Additions, Re-Roofs. Jim Kanan, 332 2833, 332-4759. (TF) 17 Home Improv. ALL Types Masonry Work, Residential, Commercial. Bruce Michael, Contractor, Established 1968. Oak Harbor 1 898-6001. 20 Tree Service EMEMBER CLASSIFIED ADS MUST BE PLACED BY NOON TO iRUN NEXT DAY. PROFESSIONAL TREE SERVICE Over 15 Years Experience. Trimming-Topping-Take Downs-Stump Removal. Fully Insured. Free Estimates. 332 1155. 70 Small App. Repair REFRIGERATOR REPAIR! Prompt! Reasonable! Day! Night! 332 1795. (tf) APPLIANCE Repair: Kenmore, Whirlpool, washers, dryers, dishwashers and ranges. Most major Brands. Erb Ap-pliance, 332 0083. (tf) 71 TV-Radio Repair FIEGELIST Radio & TV Sales and Service, 529 West State, 332-9191. Philco TV 8. Stereo, (tf) MERCURY ELECTRONIC & TV REPAIR All Makes and Models, 332 2283. (tf) 73 Hauling TRASH HAULING! ANYTHING - Including discarded appliances. Reasonable. Phone 334-3038. (tf) SNOW REMOVAL Large Driveways and Parking Lots. Jim Dennis, 332-8026. (t(T THS) 74 Misc. Services NEW MOBILE HOME ROOFS Never paint again! 20 Year Guarantee. Permanent Shingled Roofs, 6-in. Insulation, Aluminum Gutters. Free Estimates! KOLBE MOBILE HOME SERVICE Call 332 8916 BILL RUSCHo, SONS PLUMBING & HEATING 24 Hour Service. Call 334-2205 or 332 7081. (tf) SEPTIC TANK CLEANING! Stephen Little & Sons 332-8301 (tf) 10 Help Wanted BABYSITTER wanted in my Bettsville home, mostly afternoons. Must be good with children. 1 986-5463. CORRESPONDENTS needed to cover the Lakota school district and Elmore village. Responsibilities include attending board and council meetings, and writing news and feature stories. Contact Terry Fuchs, News-Messenger Area Editor, 332 5511. WANTED: Book Sales Agents. Your chance to make Big Money full or part time. As your key source we supply you with your beginning mjqals. "Let's make money together." For full details send $1.00 to: Parks Publishing Company, P.O. Box 241, Fremont, Ohio 43420. 10 Help Wanted QUALIFIED Car Salesman, new and used. Reliable dealer. Reply Box 55, c-o News Messenger, Fremont, Ohio 43420. SALESPEOPLE NEEDED Must have experience in areas of Computers and Sales. Reply to Box 50, co News-Messenger, Fremont, Ohio. 10 Help Wanted OPENING For aggressive, experienced person for Service Manager position at local automobile dealership. Responsibilities include warranty, write-up, complete management functions of service department. Send confidential resume to Box 49, co News-Messenger, Fremont, Oh 43420. 33 Campers, RVS. America's No. 1 Choice In Recreational Vehicles Large inventory in stock to choose from We take cars, trucks & recreation vehicles in trade. Al Baumann Chevrolet 2379 W. State St. Fremont, Ohio Ph. 332-8236 Mon. & Thurs. 9-9, Tues., Wed., Fri. 9-5, Sat. 9-3 by THOMAS JOSEPH ACROSS 1 Yoelson (Al Jolson) 4 Sunday dinner 9 Literary conflict 10 Completely wrong (si.) 12 Vin's descriptive 13 Chartaceous 14 Bard's adverb 15 Sib 16 Go astray 17 Early Bogartfilm 19 Hyson, e.g. 20 Hurtful 21 William - 22 European juniper 24 French painter 25 Redact 26 Small animal 27 Managed 28 Defaulter (si.) 31 Soul (Fr.) 32 Mature 33 English river 34 Chinese tea 36 Woven 37 Paint 38 Commotion 39 Do business 40 Devoured DOWN 1 Concur 2 Unpleasant 3 Emmet 4 Plunder 5 "Charlie Chan" portrayer 6 High spot 7 Add an incentive C A H bl"'3GAGEb roll! JaIl Cove are aJJrieeeeIr S T APAlLEaO NA HASSLEflGRTH C3UP:OLRAN(? 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