Wilmington News-Journal from Wilmington, Ohio on November 11, 1977 · Page 2
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rUfiton ìììviììorUil hospital iirivs WKDNESDAY ADMISSIONS Mrs. Sophia Welty, Blanchester Mrs. Clayton Byrd, South Lebanon Ms. Eugene McKibben, Wilmington Mrs. Phillip Rider, Sabina Mrs. Paul Luxner, Clarksville Ms. Mable Jones, Wilmington Mrs. Dewey Sheperd, Wilmington Kelli Moore, age 3 years, Wilmington Robert Rose, Wilmington WKDNESDAY DISMISSALS Dale Medley, age 8 years, Midland Melvin Tagg, Wilmington Lynne Nitchman, age 2 years, St. Paris Julie Dixon, age 7 years. Morrow Mrs. Sylvia Farquer, Blanchester Mrs. Jim West, Orgonia and daughter Jimalee born Nov. 5 Vernon Thurman, age 10 years, Blanchester Angela Stewart, age 10 years, Greenfield Richard Daugherty, Wilmington Mrs. Clarence Harvey, Wilmington Mrs. Donald French, Jeffersonville and daughter Erin Lynn born Nov. 5 Edward Gross, Jamestown Mrs. Howard Wolffrum, Blanchester Mrs. Bruce Fisher, Clarksville W ESN ESI) A Y EM ERG E NCI ES Walter Buchtman, Oregonia, laceration to scalp Kathleen Burke, 13, New Vienna, contusion little finger Hubert Cordell, 11, 946 Fife Ave., contusion Dale Deeter, Edenton, avulsion of nail and nail bed Robert Dezaren, 10, Morrow, contusion of right foot Tammie Dixon, 2‘z Blanchester, injury of big toe Daniel Ewing, 660 Reardon Road, contusion of left foot Lois Goble, New Vienna, back strain Joseph Houk, St. Martin, laceration of left palm Brenda Jones, 980 Linhof Road, contusion of right hand Ruthella Kinney, Blanchester, sprained left ankle Charlotte Lamb, Oregonia, muscular strain Buffy Littéral, 5, Sabina, laceration of scalp Jimmy Mason, Blanchester, laceration of right middle finger 'Fraci Slagle, 2'^, Sabina, contusion of left hand Ilo Walker, New Vienna, contusion of right foot livpstork markets COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Direct hogs (Fed State): Barrows and gilts 50 75 lower, demand moderate. U.S. 1 2, 200 230 lbs country points, 38.25 38 SO, tew at 3875, plants, 3875 39 25, US 1 3, 200 230 lbs country points, 38 38 50, plants, 38 50 39 U S 230 2 50 lbs country points, 37 25 38 25, plants, 37 75 3875 Receipts Thursday Actuals 9000, today's estimates 9500 Cattle, from Columbus Producers Livestock Co operative Association, uneven, tl tower 50 higher Slaughter steers and yearlings, choice 40 45, good 37 40 SO Bulls market steady, 34 and down Cows market steady 12 higher, 29 and down Veal calves $5 higher, choice and prime 50 88 Sheep and lambs uneven. 25 1.25 higher, old sheep 17 and (town 1 Clinton-Massie schools list honor roll students W'illiam M. Trisler, superintendent of Clinton-Massie Local School District has released the following list of names of honor roll students for the first grading period: Ilarveysburg Elementary Grade 2—Deanne Bowman, Tracy Brown. Gregg Collett, Jamie Corwin, Lori Hoffer, Monica Haines, Shon McCall.Shawn Burden, Tim George, Dawn Jackson, Kelly Speaks and Jean Williams. Grade 3—Deborah Carr, Michelle Drake, Mike Henry, Cecilia Howard, David Kemp, Sam Spires, Robby Thompson, Michelle Wical, Julie Wilson, Cynthia Barnes, William Caplinger, Van Hewitt, Douglas Hurley, Jonathan Hurley, Nina Rich and Janet Stacy. Grade 4 — Matt Arledge, David Barham, Darlene Crain, Todd Jones, Diane I.^mke, Timothy McKay, Claire Neeley, Cheryl Satterthwaite, Leighann Slaven, Melissa Smith, Kellene Spence, Sue Stanforth, Pamela Ames, Tami Banford, Rodney Dalton, Jennifer Geiger, Rebecca Jake and Jackie Morris. Grade 5—Gary Barnes, John Brausch, Kyle George, Darren Gibson, Paul McCarren, Roger McKay, Rebecca Wilson, Lisa Atkinson, Holly Bowman, Robert Brausch, Nicole Gordon, Brain Casebolt, Angela Hubbard, Ginger Lamb and Mike Rich. Clarksville Elementary Honor Roll Grade 2—Tina Carman, Tina Crites, Patricia Deatherage, Ronnie Doyle, Greg Nichols, Desiree Rachford, Tracy Wages, Chris Aldrich, Teddy Foreman, Lisa Hurst, Angela Sparks, Rebecca Whisman and Susan Howell. Grade 3—Laura Carman, Rebecca Cordy, Christy Moon, Bobbie Jane Riehle, Patrick Shafer, Kelly Ware. Stephanie Wolary, Ray Adams, Bryan Fisher, Kim Gasaway, Myra Helton, Laura Meeks, Stephanie Speelman, and Rex Sparks. Grade 4—Cheryl Williams, Mike Reveal. Rhea Aker, Bryan Keeton, Michele Geyer, Dawn Reynolds, Susan McVey, Michele Wheeler, Curt Young, Donna Wiederhold, and Daron Borst. Grade 5—Kim Woods, Lori Moon, Andy Wilson, Melissa Bartram, Joyce Armendarez, Kim Whitaker, Katrina Louderback, Kim Armstrong, Tammy Barton, Jody Berry, Pam Johnson, Kim Muchmore, Howard Polley, Mary Robinson, Mike Shaw. Lisa Whitney, and Jesse Mann. Kingman Middle School Grade 6—Theresa Baker, Kim Fisher. Sharma Hollingsworth, Renee Dell. Amy Dill. Tyrone Hurt, Sherri Ames, Ronnie Cordy, L. D. Culberson. Kelly Doughman, Debra Gough, Amy Inwood, Jill Lamke, Beth Robison, Annette Smith, and Deron Wolfe. Grade 7—Chris McClure, Mike Bartram. Allison Bogan, Jerri Hubbell, Angie Bowman, Mike Brausch, Patty Brausch, Lisa Fricke, and Mary Smith. Grade 8—Debby Berry, Karla Crystal Roberts, Cindy Jim Robison, and John Kenney, Smith.son, Sodini. Grade 9—Cathy Brooks, Susan Baker, Rhonda Fairchild, Keith Ellis, Robyn Dodds, Teresa Dill, Angie Fisher, Michelle Gibbs, Holly Heminger, Kathy Hoffer, Paula Jackson. James Johnston, Sheila Kenney, Brian Lamke, Cherie Mclntire, Chuck Maggard, Joe Reeder, Lou Ann Reeder, Tony Ross, John Settlemyre, Kathy Sewell, Carol Smith, Allen Stanforth, Kelley Stovall, and Nancy Williams. Grade 10—Terri Banford, Dean Beckett, David Blum, Daren Bogan, James Brausch, Terry Brewer, Leslie Brown, Barbara Burkett, Pam Drostie, Mary DoGeronimo, Jennifer Holland, Deanne Gough, Mike George, Anthony George, Regina Farris, Mary Jones, Sandy Kelly, Cliff Lewis, Marvin Rannells, Rob Rich, Chris Wills, Teresa Thompson, Penny Wolfe. Tina Siens, Scott Williams, Barb Sodini, Sheila Souder, Dusena Spence, Mike Stewart, and Dee Ross. Grade 11—Phil Barkley, Patty Bevan, Crystal Brown, Michele Cain, Sandi Carruthers, Jeff Conley, Teresa Cody, Marvin Earley, Joe Fite, Philip Gibbs, James Lakes, Michele Flake, Ronnie Garrison, Dwan Hoffer, Laura Kenney, Krista Louderback, Dennis McIntosh, Lois McKnight, Karen McMillan, Bonnie Patrick, Sone Perry, Jodi Plummer, Joette Smithson, Mary Sodini, Tammi Stephans, Karen Uetrecht, Catherine Williams, and Karen Williams. Grade 12—Eileen Campbell, Sharon Carruthers, Lori Creditt, Terry Duncan, Jennifer Cody, Mike George, Eileen Johnson. Michael Keethler, Tim Kroger, Karan Hewitt, Jeff Hobbs, Jeff Homan, Debra Haines, Layton Hale, Trina Harper, Mary Helton, Lisa Lynagh, Laurs Mitchner, Rocky Montgomery, Donna Reedy, Sherre Reese, Teresa Spence, Brian Stanforth, and Sharon Stotts. Hale Road man cited by OSP on two charges Thomas C. Norris. 32, 2430 Hale Road, was cited by the State Highway Patrol for speeding, failure to stop in an assured clear distance and driving while intoxicated following a 5:15 p.m. accident, Thursday. According to the patrol report, Norris was traveling east on SR 73 when he failed to stop before his car had struck a car driven by Kenneth E. Rich, 30,7(K2 Middleboro Road, Oregonia. Rich was attempting a left turn onto Williams Road the report said. There were no injuries and both cars had moderate damage. •CTCLE VANDALIZED Greg Waits of 422 Clark St. reported a motorcycle vandalism to city police, Thursday evening. According to the report, the rear view mirror, gasoline tank, rear light, tachometer, spee<iometer and seat had been damaged. BIKE STOLEN Mrs. Beatrice McIntosh of 122 Ludovic St. reported the theft of a 10- speed. 26 inch, boy’s bicycle to city police, Thursday. According to the report, she told officers the bike, valued at $90, was locked around a porch post before it was stolen. TV notes I Appreciated . . . all those who supported me before and during the election. Thank You, ^7? Pd. Pol. Adv. LIFE INSURANCE • Savings • Education • Retirement Mortgage Protection TED A. WILSON 1400 Andomon Rd. Wllmino«on. Ohio 313-382-2739 Modern Woodmen of America I raternal Life Inturatice Home* Office • Rock Bland, Illinois ByJAYSHARBUTT AP Television Writer LOS ANGELES (AP) — From Monday through Wednesday this week, ABC and NBC explained TV ratings on their evening newscasts. This weekend, they’ll show how hard they fight for those numbers. ABC is rerunning two films that had sky-high ratings their first time on the tube — “Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid’’ on Saturday, and “The Poseidon Adventure’’ on Sunday. ABC’s aim is to cut into the huge audience NBC hopes will tune in — from Saturday through Tuesday — for something that reportedly cost NBC nearly $10 million for a onetime showing. That something, to fill nine hours, is Francis Coppola’s “The Godfather,’’ (an NBC ratings hit in 1974), his unaired “(Godfather, Part II,” and scenes he originally edited from the films. The whole kaboodle traces the development of a New York Mafia family from 1918 through the 1950s, although “Godfather” buffs will recall the original chronicling wasn’t in chronological order. The first “Godfather” had Don Vito Corleone (Marlon Brando) running the family in his later years. The second, with Robert DeNiro as the future Don V., covered his youth, his flight from Sicily and his bloody rise to power in Fun City. Now, everything’s been recut under Coppola’s supervision to make what amounts to a TV miniseries. It unfolds chronologically, ending with Senate hearings that distress Don Vito’s son (Al Pacino) no end. Last month, NBC invited scribes in for an all-day gander at what it now calls “The Godfather: ITie Complete Novel for Television,” It was a nice gesture. But the trouble with this kind of concentrated Mafia- watching is that three hours later, you have this strange urge to take over the garment industry To avoid this, I observed only the Saturday and Sunday segments. Each one, minus commercials, station breaks and whatnot, runs 97 minutes, according to Paramount, the “Godfather” studio. I spotted only a few scenes I didn’t recall from either movie, the longest one being a tender interlude in a gun shop in which guns and murder are discussed while a small boy plays flute. But even my second look at the second “Godfather” and third peep at parts of the original were just as satisfying and occasionally chilling as on the first go-around. A warning. Sunday’s episode, with Brando, includes the famed, horrifying scene of a bloody horse’s head in the bed of a movie mogul. deaths and funerals Harry Hofferberth Word has been received of the unexpected death of Harry E. Hofferberth, 73, of 5213 Sugar Maple Drive, Dayton. His wife Gladys survives. Mr. Hofferberth retired as sales manager for Bennett Metal here two years ago and moved to Dayton. Surviving in addition to his wife are two sons, John of Dayton and James of near Washington D.C. Services will be 10 a.m., Monday at the Schlientz and Moore funeral home, Dayton. Friends may call at the funeral home from 3 to 6 p.m., Sunday. Highland Mrs. W. H. Stowe Leesburg Route 2 Mrs. Faye Frye has returned home from Greenfield Hospital and Arlie Moore has been a medical patient at the Veterans Hospital in Cincinnati. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Copas and Mrs. Edith Hill called Monday on Mrs. Johnny Wright in Jeffersonville, Mrs. Ruth Stowe spent several days this week with her sister Mrs. W.W. Truitt and Tuesday night she and her niece Georgianna Hansford attended the music feature of the Wilmington College class. The choir rendered many numbers of sacred music composed and rearranged by Mrs. Katheleen Bogan. Attending from Leesburg were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Grimsley, Mr. and Mrs. Don Ellis, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barrett and Mrs. Stewart Pavey and daughter Ann. Mrs. Mary Quigley spent last week with her son and family of Cincinnati. Mrs. Ray Setty and Tim from Chillicothe called Sunday on Mrs. Edith Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Simpson were Sunday dinner guests of Col. Hasser and Mrs. Hasser of Dayton at the Snow Hill Country Club and spent the afternoon in the Simpson home. Mrs. Martha Woodmansee, Mrs. Virginia Berry and Mrs. Frank Drobot of Columbus attended World Community Day Thursday at Wilmington. Miss Debbie Conklin of Sabina called Saturday on Mrs. Debbie Price and Mrs. Ruth Hoskins. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Smalley visited Mrs. Cora Wilt at Greene Memorial HospitaL -tr “ •* *«'. ■ Mr. and Mrs. Gary Boldman of Fairfield, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Boldman of Midland, Ky., were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Boldman. Mrs. James Berry spent several days last week with Mr. and Mrs. Jo Kildow of McDermott. Uprisings continue on Lebanon border TEL AVIV (AP) -Palestinian and Israeli gunners exchanged rocket and artillery fire on the Lebanese border Friday, and a bomb exploded in southern Israel, slightly wounding a child, police said. The bomb, planted by terrorists, went off in the town of Qiryat Gat, 40 miles south of Tel Aviv, a spokesman said. Informed sources in Damascus and a pro-Syrian newspaper in Beirut reported that Syria is pressuring the Palestinians to abide by a cease-fire in southern Lebanon and not give Israel any excuse to launch more strikes across the border. They said Syrian President Hafez Assad has strongly urged Yasir Arafat and other leaders of the Palestine Liberation Organization to unilaterally defuse the southern Lebanese conflict. In other developments: —Prime Minister Menahem Begin issued an appeal for peace directly to the Egyptian people, and said he would welcome President Anwar Sadat to Israel to discuss Middle East peace. Sadat said Wednesday that he was prepared even to go before the Israeli parliament to negotiate peace. —Israel granted clemency to Fatma Barnawi, one of the first Arab women imprisoned for urban terrorism after the 1%7 war, and deported her to Jordan. E^arlier in the day Katyusha rockets fired from Lebanon struck near an Israeli border settlement and Israeli gunners returned the fire, the military command said. A spokesman said there were no injuries or property damage on the Israeli side. Israeli troops along the border with Lebanon went on alert after the early morning attack. The rockets were said to have landed near Yiron, a collective farm or kibbutz. Yiron is two miles south of the frontier and 20 miles east of the coastal town of Nahariya where three Israelis were killed in Palestinian shelling from Lebanon earlier this week. 'The Israeli air force Wednesday bombed and strafed targets in southern Lebanon in what the military command said was retaliation for the Nahariya deaths. Israel said its attacks were aimed at Palestinian guerrilla bases but officials in Lebanon said most of those killed Wednesday — more than 100 persons — were civilians, including many women and children. . On Thursday, Israeli Prime Minister Menahem Begin told reporters that “we regret... very deeply” the deaths of any civilians in the attack, but added, “we do not apologize for the operation itself.” Lebanon said Israel was guilty of “overt aggression.” Israel supports right-wing Christians who are trying to drive Palestinian guerrillas out of Lebanon’s southern border region. The Israelis want to keep the Palestinians out of the area, which they used as a base for commando raids into Israel before the 1975-76 Lebanese civil war. Carter vetos rabbit meat inspection WASHINGTON (AP) — President Carter says a government rabbit meat inspection program he vetoed would have served only a small number of Americans. But the rabbit meat industry takes the matter more seriously, saying consumers will be harmed in the end. Carter, in a 400-word veto message Thursday, called the measure “a special interest bill.” He said its passage could even strain U.S. relations with China since the Chinese export rabbit meat to the United States. The industry already has available a voluntary inspection program for which it must pay, and Carter indicated the taxpayer should not be required to assume the bill — $52,000 the first year, increasing eventually to $400,000. The rabbit meat industry reports sales of more than $10 million a year, and producers say demand is growing. One producer feels that rabbit meat might one day be as popular as chicken» saying the industry is at the same stage of progress as the poultry industry was 70 years ago. MARSH FUNERAL HOME Family serving family . - wHh dignity and integrity as we have for 28 years. 24 HOUR ÂF^ULANCE SERVICE 187 East Locust St. Wilmington Phone 382-2537 CORRECTION Jack M. Cooper was elected to Midland village council Tuesday, rather than Jack M. Conger, as was mistakenly reported in Wednesday’s News-Journal. rri eeti aßs - e ve n ts Happy Day Co-op Nursery School will meet on Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. in the undercroft of Columbkille’s Roman Catholic Church. The Greene-Clinton Mental Health and Mental Retardation (648) Board will hold a special meeting on November 17, at 7:30 p.m.. at the Board office, 168 E. Main Street, Xenia. /of'fi/ markets Eggt. mtra largt Eggs, large Eggs, medium Eggs, small Oats Soybeans Wheat Corn ¿nnnrsTTTTnrvTnnnnnnnnnnnroTVTnnnnnnrvTnnnnnnnnnnnnnnns Come in Scrturdoy and h«lp us calebrafe NELLIE'S 51st BIRTHDAY AND OUR SECOND ANNIVERSARY! The Biiihday Cak« h Our Treat Don’t FoTQet Our Saturday Breakfast Special HOT BISCUITS B SAUSAGE GRAVE M.OO THE LiniE GIANT RESTAURANT Q Q Q Q Q oa Q Q QQQqQQQQQQQQOQQQQQQQQQQBflftaimflQflaflflflfl cash grain COLUVIBUS, Ohio (AP)— AreaWheatCornOats&oybns NE Ohio 2 13 177 1.24 5 28 NW Ohio 2 30 1 83 1 32 5 51 C Ohio 2 30 1 80 1 33 5 37 W Centrl 2.32 1 89 1 48 5 49 SW Ohio 2 35 1 95 1.45 5 57 Trend UUUU Trend: SH sharply higher, Hhigher. U-unchanged. L lower; SL sharply lower November Inventory Sole ALL MONUMENTS and MARKERS HIRONS MEMORIAL WORKS, INC. 1 Mile North on U.S. 68 Telephone 444-2917 MT. ORAB, 0HI0491S4

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