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August 11, 1964

News-Journal from Mansfield, Ohio · Page 9

Mansfield, Ohio
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Tuesday, August 11, 1964
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c ss Tries To C Tuesday, August 11, 1964 Mansfield, 0. News Journal 11 m WASHINGTON (AP) - The words "daylight saving time" and America's crazy - quilt time system may be on the way out. A House Commerce subcommittee will take up and likely approve a bill that overhauls the U. S. time system and at- tempts to bring order out of what the Interstate Commerce Commission calls "increasing chaos" in American time. A similar bill was approved by the Senate Commerce Committee. No public opposition has a r i s e n so far, and there just may be enough time left to push the bill through Congress before the session ends. Basically the bill would set up uniform areas that would move their clocks ahead and back at the same time every year. For the most part, the bill would do away with situations in which one community is on standard time and the town next door on daylight time. According to testimony before the House subcommittee, the country has such situations galore. The bill now before Congress would try to end the nation's confusing time situation with these provisions: 1. The Un'ted States, except for Alaska and Hawaii, would be. divided as now into four z o n e s : Eastern, Central, Mountain, and Pacific. In addition, a new Atlantic zone would be created. This would be off the East Coast and not over any mainland at all. 2. To save daylight in warm summer months, the Interstate Commerce Commission would create a single subzone in each regular zone This zone would be a geographic whole and would connect with the full zone to the east 3. Daylight saving t i m e would begin for all subzones on the last Sunday m April Hope To Use Relics To Mint Coins Ashland Schools To Open Sept. 9 and end on the last Sunday in October. 4 It would not be called daylight saving time at all. Instead, the ICC would assign each subzone to the full zone to the East. In other words, a person living in the central - time subzone would find that during the summer months he 'the same arrangements, on Sept 10. The first vacation day will be ' on Sept 25 for the Ashland County Fair. Students will have 176 da\s of school this ^ear. would use the term, Eastern standard time 5. The bill would require all federal agencies, common carriers, and communications by wire or radio to use this time system It is assumed that this would persuade all local communities to adopt the new s\stem ASHLAND -- Ashland City, their schedules. All changes will 1\ CW DENVER, Colo. (AP) -- ! Schools will open for the first I require written requests from t*tn r\]A rtniri «\#»Ae-e»oe in TVl!t_ ._ _ -- . - ' , Two old coin presses in mu- L u d of school on g t 9 » -mf\*r Inn itfAH trv ham ' ^ seums may be used to help mint silver dollars with an estimated 5,371 stu- One is an 86-year-old press ! dents, up about 150 over last on display at the Nevada lyear, Superintendent Joseph L. Baird said today. parents. Seniors will hold their schedule change conferences on £, 7 1 1 1 scheduled YORK ,1'PTl \ O R K ( L P H - State Museum in Carson Citv. The other is on display in a ~ San Francisco museum. have about 375 boys and girls "If they're in working or- Grades one through eight will der, we hope to borrow have 3,520 students and grades " * _ _ . ,, _ l\ iU UA ..»U 1O ...ill V»r»«rrt «niiMtT Sept. 2; juniors, Sept. 3; and tale " ted TM 0 TM « H - r J i r rvrnriiino A R ( xrn i . rt j , i sophomores. Sept, 4 ' produce 'ABC Scope,' 1 a new the school. I The orientation for first grade I pupils in the Jeromesville build- 'mg of the Hillsdale District will be held Wednesday, Aug. 26, at 10 a m. | Parents with children entering the first grade are encour- laged to be present at this orien- wil! themselves with the policies of utiu o^.v. ,,,,,,,,.,. ...isopnomorea, oeui. t .. . . . , Kindergarten classes willj Seventh g r a d e r s will hold weeklv show of p o e p l e and An\ child that hasn't been them," said Mrs Fern Miller, director of the Denver mint. Congress recently authorized the minting of 45 million cartwheels -- the first since 1945. They will all be produced in Denver. , 9 through 12 will have nearly 1,476 students. Enrollments at senior high, grades 10, 11 and 12, and junior high, grades 7, 8 and 9, will be announced by the two schools after opening Seventh, g r a d e r s win noia "--" ·="""· " l F « - F * - «»- - . their orienfation program from places, crises and cunos.ties !!^,] "SoltfficeSrom 1 to 3 30 p. m on Sept. 8 starting Sept 16 Teachers will meet from 8 a. m to 4 p. m. KINDERGARTEN SESSIONS - -- o Jeromesville school office from 8 a m. to 4 p m also has a one-hour, 'special, 'Letters from V*l Attend Institute jNam." set for Sept 10. It tells, SHELBY - Four \oung peo- the story of the U S. commit-1 pie left yesterday for a week at Kindergarten students, first ment in Viet Nam through the Senior High Institute at the Naza- section, will report on Sept. 9 at actual experiences of a young Irene camp grounds, Columbus. ll · I ! _ 1 _ 1 -- « MrJ A - _......·._ l_ * » 1 -I n « · - » 4- n n mint- ^Pll l"y f"f*"rtt If* l l T l l l t*£ltl1T*n tinTTltt Estate Valued At $134,276 Mrs. Maybelle Sorgen Sharpe, who died in Mansfield Dec. 1, JLLly a I, Lli^- U.J.J- ^*-- tiVi* WL * . * » v * u * i v j i , \ * » , _ , ,, , ,, _ , j ^, _ _ _ _ r school principal. Kindergarten,' It was neither staged nor 1 Virgil Zahn, Jim Hall and Lena second section, will meet under scripted. I Tell. programs. i their respective schools and American h e l i c o p t e r pilot I The group will return home New teachers will meet on on j y at the direction of the there. jSaturday They are Earl Adkins, I Aug. 26 in senior high school when 375 tenth grade students will visit and tour the school from 1:30 to 3:30 p. m., Principal James Wiand announced New high school students coming into the Ashland system RESCUED FROM BOAT -- A Coast Guard helicopter rescues Jerry Schoemth, 21, rookie driver of the Detroit hydroplane Gale V, from the burning craft at Seattle, Wash. The boat caught fire in the Seafair Trophy Hydroplane race and was doused by the Coast Guard. Schoe- nith was not hurt. (Unifax Photo). Girl, 9, Struck By Train Risks Liie To Save Her Dog should also attend this orientation meeting. 1963, left an estate valued at MC ,r- TTlvrrc 0,TM $134,276, according to the inven- MEETINGS SET tory filed today in Richlandl Other meetings will be held County Probate Court. I Sept. 2. 3 and 4 at senior high Mrs. Martha Jeanne Mabry|for students desiring to change Gardner, 821 Crestwood Dr, a niece, was named beneficiary of all but $2,000 of the estate. That amount went to Raymond Duane Gardner. Greatest share of the estate was in real estate. It consisted of three lots on Clme Ave. valued at $95,000 The property was owned earlier by Mrs. Sharpe's late father, Ed Sorgen. Also included were $29,233 in stocks and securities and $9,892 in accounts receivable. land I started running, but she "Then the dogs s'arted back , -'did. too. and before I could get across the tracks, and Lorn "The train whistle blew, and out of the yard, Lorri was right dived after them. She managed before we knew it Lorri was ' next to the tram. Somehow, she to grab Pogo, but the train * . t i · » . ,1 11 * ! _ _ ! * J."L. _ 1TM ji ,.1-M.rJ Vm» *4r\tim /^llQflrt *5 11740 By EVELYN AUGUST BELDING, Mich (AP) diving toward the tracks, try- 1 dived to the other side of the ing to save her dogs All we 1 tracks just before the could do was just stand there'tracks just before the train train and watch." Mrs Donald Campbell was "still in a state of shock" today as she recalled how her nine-year-old daughter risked her life in an effort to save her pet Dachshunds. LORRI, a slender, blue-eyed blonde who says she wants "to go to college to learn to be a veterinarian," suffered a broken collarbone and minor cuts and bruises in the rescue attempt Wednesday. One of the dogs was saved The other died under the train wheels. "There were about five or six kids playing in front of the house . . . about 30 feet away, from the railroad tracks," Mrs. | Campbell recalled. The train whistle blew, she said, and the dogs -- Pogo and | Quanda -- headed toward the train -- a switch engine, one car and caboose, traveling about 10 miles an hour. "I HEARD Lorri screaming, passed," Mrs Campbell said. knocked her down, Quanda was killed. At the hospital authorities said Lorri was "doing fine." Pleads Innocent WARREN (AP) - Sam Sanks pleaded innocent to a first degree murder charge in the fatal shooting here of Frank Seawood, 26. Both men are from Warren. Deaf Man Perfects Midget Transistor Hearing Aid If you can hear people talk and can't make out the words clearly, then this will be your answer. An extremely small hearing aid using a tiny energized unit, has been perfected by a man who himself is hard of hearing and has been for over 10 years With his new aid, even whispers are crystal clear If interested it is suggested you write HEARING, 32 E. 9th St., Erie, Pa. You will receive full information at no cost or obligation whatsoever.--Adv. WOULDN'T IT BE AWFUL TO WIN $5,280 and forfeit it because you failed to claim it in time! GET YOUR GRANDSTAND TICKETS ONTGOMERY WARD AT OUR AUTO SERVICE CENTER Firm Files Oil Leases The following leases were filed at The Richland County Courthouse by the Mohican Oil Co. of Mansfield, and each was for five-thirty seconds interest: George A. Brooker, 32 West Prospect St, 27.1 acres, Spring-, field Township; Raymond and Elizabeth Cline, 768 Lexmgton- Spnnginill Rd , three a c r e s . Springfield Township: James and Dorothy Durkin, Amoy-Pavonia R d , 39.5 acres, Franklin Township; Marguerite and Kathleen Leppo, Amoy-Pavonia Rd., 16 664 acres, Franklin Township; Springfield School District. 11 acres, Springfield Township; Lester and Helen Walker, U. S Route 30-S, 2946 acres, Springfield Township. UnityToHear 2 Ministers The Reverends Warren and Marguerite Meyer, ordained Unity ministers in charge of the Unity Center of Christ at Oak Park. Ill, will be the guest speakers at the meeting to be held at 8 p. m Thursday, at Unity of Mansfield, 428 Park Avenue West. The theme of the evening Sept. 2, will be "Prayer Digest." A daily Prayer Group will be held at Unity of Mansfield, at 11 a m. during "Lessons in Truth" week. Sept. 14-20. Find Old Bones AVELEY, England (UPI) Archeologists of the British Museum said that the remans of two mastodons that lived between 100,000 and 200,000 years ago have be^n found in a clay ^pit near ' SPAPFR For The Buzzy McCammon AUTO THRILL SHOW Saturday, August 15 AT THE RICHLAND COUNTY FAIR 000 FREE TICKETS Exclusively At Ward's! WARD'S DAY Fair Activities SATURDAY, AUGUST 15 8:30 A.M.--Demonstrations -Conservation, Engineering, Crops 9:00 A.M.--Junior Saddle Horse Judging 3:00 P.M.---Buzzy McCammon's Auto Aces 4:00 P.M--All Livestock Exhibits Released 8:00 P.M.--Bui-zy McCammon's Auto Aces 8:00 P.M.--Ali Exhibits Released FAIR SPECIAL! . ····· * ;« ····* ! · · ECONOMY AIR COOLED CUSHION 66 REG. 1.49 Innerspring construction for more riding comfort. Wire cushion allows the air to circulate freely. Get Grandstand Discount Tickets Here . 1200 PARK AVE. WEST PHONE 5224911 Don't let it happen to you! 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