Wilmington News-Journal from Wilmington, Ohio on October 9, 1974 · Page 2
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vliiiton lìieiììoriiil hospititl mnvs TUESDAY ADMISSIONS: Mable ledrick, Blanchester. Kimberly Davis, 19 months. Blanchester. Marlin Meddix'k, Sabina. Fdith W(xids. Quaker Apartments. Mrs. ClitTord Pennington. Blanchester. Mrs. Harold Davis. 545 N. Mulberry St. BIRTH: lo Mr. and Mrs. Arlis Blanton. Blanchester. a son weighing six pounds nine ounces at b:15 p.m. TUESDAY DISMISSALS: Mrs. William Burger. Morrow. Cora Hanes. Box 95. Mrs. ('harles Ciray. Blanchester. Katherine Browning, Sabina. Clifton M(xire. Peebles. Mrs. Heber Bradley. Lynchburg, and son Christopher Del born October 5. Mrs. Joseph Shaffer. Morrow, and son Matthew Jeromy born October 5. Kickv Harris. Midland. Mrs.'Billy Conley. 723 N. Walnut St. Mrs. William (Jassert, Cincinnati. Mrs. Burton Werner. Clarksville. Florence Dempsey. Blanchester. Mrs. Gordon W'est, 48b N. Spring St. Wendey Campbell, age 1. 1179 Brownberry Dr. John Harmon. Martinsville. Brian Coleman, age 1. 169 Wtx^dland Dr. Debra Wisecup, 997 Williams Dr. EMERGENCIES: William Coates. 5. 119 S. Spring St.. laceration to mouth. Robin Gallagher. 2. Lebanon, laceration to foot. Mark Griffith. 13. Lynchburg, laceration to elbow. Sandra Jones. 10. Blanchester, sprained ankle. Gary Ix'hman. 54' 2 N. Lincoln St.. laceration to hand. Scott Lxmg. 12, New Vienna, injury to rib cage. Joanne Marshall. Morrow, injured ankle. Judi Minney. 2b71 SR 22 61 3. nose injury. Frnest Mondabaugh. 124 Michigan Ave.. contusion to ankle. Lyne Mtiyer. 6. 25>4 ( urtis Dr.. abrasion to pharynx. Judith Orebaugh, New Vienna, laceration to eyelid. Rcibert Orth, Martinsville, laceration to finger. Gregory Retfitt, Fayetteville, laceration to scalp. Stanley Setty. 752 Rombach Ave., fractured fibula. blessed events BORN — to Dr. and Mrs. Jerry Miller of 45 Canyon Rd., ( arrollton 44615 a son. their first child, weighing seven pounds. 11 ounces, fhe infant is named Brooks Aaron. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Richard Melvin of Blanchester and Mr. and Mrs. Far! B. Miller of Cincinnati. niiiinly ahoiil people Mrs. Ronald Ballinger, Wilmington, was dismissed from FMH Monday. Her infant daughter remains. Mrs. James Bernard and son, Lhomas Jack, were dismissed Monday from FMH. Mrs. David Ison and son, Derrick Dion, of Sabina, were dismissed Monday from Fayette Memorial Hospital. Washington r.H. Mrs. Robert Wivecup (Debbie f hew) ■ d 99" William, Dr.. was transferred luesday from Clinton Menmrial Hospital to Bethcsda Base Hospital. C incinnati. for further observation and tosts. ONE RESCUE RUN At 2:26 p.m. Monday, the Wilmington Fire Department'. rescue vehicle transported Connie grim, 23. of 269 N. Mulberry St. t(’ Clinton Memorial Hospital from the intersection of South and Main Sts. fhe address was incorrect in Fuesday’s story in th»* Ncws-Journal. deaths and funerals Mrs. Marie Fleenor Mrs. Marie Fleenor. 64, of 3923 Dayton-Wilmington Pike. Spring Valley, died Monday morning at the residence. She is survived by four sons. James and Thomas L. at home, Frederick W. of Xenia. Carson Jr. of West i’alm Beach. Fla.; a daughter. Mrs. Sue Ftta Scherer id Spring Valley; her mother. Mrs. Chloe Hubbell (d Waynesville; a brother, Fiarl Hubbell of Waynesville; three sisters Mrs. Marjorie Drake of Waynesville, Mrs. Wahneta Black and Mrs. Ruth Bartram of Xenia. and three grandchildren. Mrs. Fleenor was born June 19. 1910 in Morgantown and was a member of the Ferry Church of Christ of Ferry near Waynesville. Services will be Thursday at 2 p.m. at Stubbs-Conner funeral home in Waynesville in charge of Rev. Fdward Bartram and burial will be in Miami C emetery at Corw in. Calling hours are iixlay 6 to 9 a.m. at the funeral home. Gleason Streber Cjleason Streber. 71, of 14% Bernard Rd. in New Vienna, died at 1:45 p.m. Tuesday at his home of a heart attack. His wife, Jane Turner Streber to whom he was married Aug. 12, 1929. survives, Mr. Streber was born Aug. 2. 1903, in Highland County, the son of Robert E. and Margaret Van/.ant Streber. He was a member of the Dalton LixJge No. 578 FiiiAM in New Vienna, the Milk Ih-cxlucers Association, the Farm Bureau, and the American Jersey Cattle Club. In his early years. Mr. Streber was associated with the Kroger Grix:ery store and in 1931 he opened his own store in New Vienna. In 1967 he retired to the farm leaving the family to continue the grcx:ery business. Mr. Streber is survived by four sons, Robert F. of New Vienna, Carey F. (BoBo) of New Vienna, John B. of Hillsboro, and Walter B. Streber of New Vienna; three sisters. Mrs. Ann Snow of Sabina. Mrs. Lola Streber of Wilmington, and Mrs. Mary King of Cincinnati. A Masonic Memorial service will be held at 8:30 Thursday evening, with services at 2 p.m. Friday at the Smith and Son funeral home in New Vienna. Burial will be at the Turner Cemetery in Martinsville. Friends may call at the funeral home any time from ntxm ITiursday. Mrs. E^abeth Bone Mrs. Elizabeth Bone, 60, of 3827 Bone Rd.. Jamestown, died at her residence at 4:15 p.m. Tuesday. Her husband. Lawrence J. Bone, survives. Mrs. Bone was born March 21, 1914 in Paintersville, the daughter of Ralph A. and Lesta Fudge DeVoe. She was a member of the Paintersville United Methodist Church. Surviving are her father; one daughter, Mrs. William H. (Karen) Turner of Sabina; one son. Kent Bone of Jamestown; two grandchildren. Services will be held at 1 p.m. Friday at the Neeld funeral home, 1276 North Detroit St.. in Xenia. Burial will be in the Port William Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday. ANDREW PAUCKNER SR. — Services were held at 10 a.m. tcxlay at Hannah funeral home in Blanchester for Andrew Fred Pauckner Sr.. 67, of 310 S, Broadway. Blanchester. who died Monday at Clinton Memorial Hospital. The Rev. David Rothwell officiated. Mrs. Howard Coleman Jr. played the organ and Mrs. Roberta Wierman sang two songs. Pallbearers were Andrew Jr.. James and Fdward Pauekner, Robert Schreier. Ciene Donawerth, John Hulbrook and David Chitwiuxl. Burial was in the Blanchester lOOF Cemetery. Perk denies plans to quit Senate race Cleveland Mayor Ralph Perk Sr., Republican candidate for ITS. Senator, denied Tuesday the persistent rumors that he would withdraw from the senatorial race. “1 have become increasingly amazed by the continuing false and malicious rumors concerning my Senate race," Perk said. " These stories have been so persistent that 1 can see no explanation other than that they are part of a continuing campaign of smear tactics on the part of my opponent." he continued. "Such tactics are repulsive; and it is regrettable, after the unfortunate Glenn- Metzenbaum primary, thiit John Glenn or his staff continue such practices. "I am also shocked that the news media continue to give them any credibility. "Several months ago, and again several weeks ago, were the rumors that 1 was dropping out because of ill health, although they failed to say what was supposed to be the matter with my health. Since the answer is clearly "nothing" — the rumors were obvioulsy deliberate lies. 1 am still in the race — 1 am in excellent health — and nothing agrees with me more than campaigning." wall street Want win pin? write Ford Four questioned on window breaking incident Clinton County Sheriffis Deputies are continuing an investigation into an incident that involved a car window- being broken as the driver was traveling west on SR 730. According to officers. Barbara Johsnon, 19. 4042 Nicholson Rd., Clarksville, was driving on SR 7.30 at approximately 9;.30 p.m. and passing four subjects walking along the highway. As the Johnson car passed, something, offiicers still do not know what, broke the window on the passenger side. The subjects, one adult and three juveniles were picked up by the deputies for questioning. Nursery school benefit set A Copperware party, for the benefit of the St. C'ülumbkille Catholic Church nursery school, will be held at 8 p.m. Thursday in the church basement. Mrs. Judy Corw in will be hostess of the party. She is a sales representative of the Copper Craft Co.. and will donate her commission of copper items sold to the nursery schcxil. Sheriff charges Clarksville man A C larksville man is free on $1(K) bail t(xlay after being charged by the Sheriffs Department with disorderly conduct. According to sheritfs deputies, Phillip F. Ray, 21. Clarksville Route 1, entered the sheritfs office and began to verbally abuse officers. He was jailed but later was released on bail. locai iiKirln'ls 8 qqs, larqe 60 Lqq". small 4 -. Oaf 1 .'5 '.oybcan - subjcrt 7 75 Wheat --.ubjei t 4 50 > orn, '.ui'ici t 3 20 eosit fj[roin i OLUAABU-.. Ohio Arco WhCdt .1; Nfc Ohici NW Ohio ! Ohio SW Ohii. W f ntrl ts : orn oat 4 51 317 .1 6J 4 5h ->oyb»‘an- 62 8 1 4 62 3 32 1 63 I 32 1 /« ? 20 1 82 3 38 1 67 8 3 I 8 37 8 12 8 20 FIRE DOUSED Wilmington Fire Department responded to a 1:04 p.m. Tuesday report of dryer fire filling the basement of the Bruce Waring residence. .382 Kenyon Dr.. with smoke. A fire department spokesman said the fire was out upon the arrival of a pumper and one man. who were dispatched to the residence. No Trends determined NEW YORK (AP) 11 AM STOCKS Allegheny Cp 7 '4 Allied Chemical 25 '4 Alcoa 3344 Babcock Wilcox 12' ? Bendix Av 23 '4 Bethlehem Steel 25 Boeing 16' 8 Chesapeake 8. Ohio 47'8 Chrysler Co IV b Cities Service 35'8 Columbia Gas 19'8 Con N Gas 19'8 Cont Can 223 b Cooper In 23 CPC Inti 26 Crwn Zell 22 Curtiss Wright7'a Dow Chem 52' Dress Ind 3734 duPont96' 2 Eaton 23^8 EXXON59'a Firestone 14'4 Flintkote 1134 Ford Motor 33' -■ General Electric 33 '4 General Foods 18 General 72\ills 29' 2 General Motors 35 Gen Tel El 203 8 Gen Tire 12 Goodrich16^8 Goodyear13 '2 Grant W 3' 8 Inger Rand55 '2 Inti Bus Machines160 '2 International Harv 20 Johns Manville IS^B Kaiser Alum 1438 Kresge 20 Kroger Co. 163 b L.O Ford 18' 2 Lyke Yng 133 b Marathon Oil283 8 Marcor IncIS's Mead Corp 15 Mobil Oil 3434 National Cash Reg 183s Norf. 8. W. 55'8 Ohio Edison13'4 Penn Central 138 Penney J C 37'8 Pa P 8, L 1638 Pepsi Co. 31 Pfizer C 22 Phillip Morris38 Phillips Petroleum 34 3 b PPG Ind 22 Procter 8. Gamble 67'8 Pullman Inc40 '4 Ralston P 34 RCA11 Reich Chem13'8 Republic Steel 21' 2 Sa Fe Ind23'e Scott Paper 10' 8 Sears Roebuck 45 Shell Oil 343e Singer Co14' 2 Sou Pac263 8 Sperry Rand23' 2 Standard Brands 42 Standard Oil Cal 22'8 Standard Oil Ind 7534 Standard Oil Ohio 45 Sterling Drugs 18 StudeWorth 2038 Texaco21' 2 Timken Roll Bear 26' 8 Un Carbide 3534 Unit Aire 25' h U S Steel38 '4 Westinghouse Elec 9'8 Weyerhaeuser27 Whirlpool Corp IPB Woolworth1034 Xerox 62' h Sales3,440,000 Nursery class visits local fire station Twelve children form the St. Columb- kille Catholic Church Nurserv' School toured the Wilmington Fire House Tuesday morning. Mrs. Maxine Urton. teacher, said this is one of the annual field trips. A tour of the Wilmington Police Station is also planned later in the year. Mrs. Urton said the class may also tour the News-Journal. Frisch’ Farm, and. at ( hristmas. nursing homes. Absentee ballot deadline different for servicemen An incorrect filing deadline for absentee ballots was given to the News- Jtiurnal in a story in Tuesday’s paper. C ivilians must have their applications in the mail by noon. Nov. 2. and servicemen have until Nov. 5. election day. to apply. Hocking Hiils show scheduled Oct. 19-20 LOGAN, Ohio (AP) — Artists and craftsmen will display their wares at the 2nd annual Hcx:king Hills Arts and CTafts Show Oct. 19 and 20 at Hocking Hills State Park, the state Department of Natural Resources announced today. A v ariety of art forms w ill be displayed and ottered for sale, including paintings, pottery, cornhusk dolls and carvings. By HARRY F. ROSENTHAL Associated Press Writer WASHINGTON (AP) "Dear President Ford: "1 enlist as an Inflation Fighter and Energy Saver for the duration. I will do the very best I can for America.” Print your name, address and zip ccxJe. Send it to the President. He will send you a button, free. The button will say WIN. In white capital letters on red. President Ford, in his economic address to congress Tuesday, called it the symbol of a new mobilization. A modern-day V-for-Victory, the galvanizing Churchillian gesture of World War II vintage. An economic "Remember the Maine.” which whipped up enthusiasm for the Spanish-American War. Alas, the President failed to say what WIN means. In showing the button. Ford said only: Suit against Cincy man, company An action for $40,000.00 has been filed in the Common Pleas Court by Tim C. Evans, a 17-year-old minor and his father Paul Evans of Wilmington, against Joseph M. Peters and Eagle Investment Company of Cincinnati. In the suit. Paul Evans states that on or about Oct. 3, 1973, Tim C. Evans was driving an automobile west on Locust St. at the intersection of Wayne Rd. when Peters, driving a station wagon owned by the defendant. Eagle Investment Co. negligently ran a stop sign on wayne Rd., rsulting in a collision, collision. The suit states that as a result of the collision, Tim Evans suffered loss of six teeth, and cuts above the face, which has resulted in permanent scars. The suit contends that as a result of the injuries. Tim Evans has suffered pain, that will require medical and dental care and that his injuries are permanent in nature. The suit further states that as a result of the injuries sustained by Tim Evans medical and hospital bills have been in excessof $1,3(X) and additional sums will be required in the future. The plaintiffs demand judgment against all of the defendants in the amount of $35,(XX) and costs for injuries and pain sustained in the accident, and $5,000 and costs for the medical and hospital expenses. EVERY THURSDAY FAMILY SPECIAL 1.89 4 p.m. to clofing 5-oz. RIBEYE STEAK DINNER including criip garden »alod, hot buttered roll ond baked, buttered Idaho potato. (Beveroge Extra) Try CX»r Unlimited Salad ikir During The Week for Lunch. Don Worry About U« Being Crowded Remember the Over The Inn Rcx>m It Open Thursday thru Sunday. GOLD COIN INN 1274 West Main St. CATERS TO YOUR NEEDS Wilmington "It bears the single word WIN. That tells it all." Not quite. You have to look through the speech to find the phrase, "Whip Inflation Now.” It appears twice. A White House spokesman said speechwriters slipped up by not having Ford explain that WIN referred to that phrase. But the button offer, none-the- less, is genuine. The address is the White House, Washington, D.C. 20500. The President told the joint session he will elaborate next week on the volunteer Inflation Fighters and Energy Savers program, which he said will be manned by 18 distinguished people. "There will be no big new federal bureaucracy set up for this crash program.” he said. The volunteers will come from the communications media. The American Newspaper Publishers Association took up the call and urged all newspapers to publish the enlistment coupon. HUNTERS ARE LOOKING FOR GOOD BUYS IN HUNTING GEAR . . . SELL YOURS WITH A NEWS- JOURNAL AD! MARSH FUNERAL HOME Comer Locust and Lincoln Sts. Wilmington 382-2537 BAIL BONDS 382-2020 You'll be glad you came to the vix palm, peach, MOTEL 4b luxunous. air conditioned hotel rooms, each with private balcony Large swimming pool lounge area fine dining bar, entertainment 5 minutes from airport, shopping, sightseeing, golf, horseback nding. white sand beach and Caribbean directly m front of hotel Open year round For rates and brochure see your Travel Agent or write - P 0 Box 469 MONTEGO BAY JAMAICA Aik L. Eugene Smith rv AW.’ REYNOLDS- SMITH FUNERAL HOME 327 N. SOUTH STREET WILMINGTON. OHIO .4* »I James E. Srtuth GASOLINE SAVERS Sove-By-Mail F*boo« 3B2 3472 31 South South St. THE WILMHVOTON SAVINGS ASSOCIATION ••An Equal Opportunity Lender^ Wllminglon Phone 382-1659

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