The Circleville Herald from Circleville, Ohio on February 23, 1970 · Page 5
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The Circleville Herald from Circleville, Ohio · Page 5

Circleville, Ohio
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Monday, February 23, 1970
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The Circleville Herald, Mon. Feb. 23, 1970 ____________ Circleville. Ohio Views on Television By CYNTHIA LOWERY AH Telcvisioti'liadio Writer Holdup Man Is Slain BIG HEAR NEW YORK (AP) _ The television networks provided an assortment of pleasant, relaxing trr rs over the weekend. There wa> a Perry Como special and a two-hour broadcast of a delightful film feature, “Born Free.” Como, with a distinguished gleam of silver in his hair and a voice as rich as ever, strolled through a tuneful NBC hour Sunday night. It was sparked by the comedy of Flip Wilson and, especially. Bob Hope, who never seems to run out of topical material presented in bright, sly framework. One particularly amusing bit of film inserted was a series of photographs of Mope from the present through his career to a snapshot taken when he was 9 years old. Como sang Hope’s “Thanks for the Memory’’ with special lyrics honoring Bob. Nancv Sinatra also was along for some songs. CBS made the movie “Born Free’’ a family special by broadcasting it early Sunday evening. It is a dramatized account of Joy and George Adamson's real experiences raising an orphaned lion cub they named Elsa. The warm and gentle film, released four years ago, has strong appeal to children as well as adults. Dick Van Dyke appeared as host, and his comments between segments of the movie summarized the story line for the young viewers and also interpreted in simple language the relationship between the animal and the humans. It might become a yearly broadcast, the way “The Wizard of Oz” has. Weekend special fare also included a renin on CBS Saturday night of an Andy Griffith special with Don Knotts and Tennessee Ernie Ford as guest stars. Now that the television networks have pretty well made up Sales Tax their schedules tor next season. ABC ought to be announcing its plans this week—all three can he more relaxed about interrupting regular programs for specials. More specials will be turning up from now until rerun time starts at the end of March and early April. Earlier in the season there was pressure to measure the performance of individual series against the competition. Special programs are important in these days when few series turn out more than 26 programs a year. The specials help fatten and lengthen the season and provide a change of pace. They are also important as advertising vehicles for companies which prefer the solid impact of an hour special to scattering tneir commercials among various series. WALTER RHODES anil ANDY WINELL TV, Stereo, Radio Service Parts and Service For All Makes Call 474-5313 215 W. Mill St., Circleville COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) -A carryout clerk shot and killed a gunman here Sunday during an attempted robbery. Three other persons were arrested. Police said they believe the victim was a Cleveland man, but would not reveal his identity pending notification of his widow. Joseph A. Sellers, Jr., 25, Columbus, was charged with armed robbery by Columbus police and with auto theft by police in suburban Whitehall. He allegedly was driving the getaway car. Mary Holt, 17. who said she is an Ohio State University coed, was charged with delinquency in connection with armed robbery. Shirley Robbins, 17. Columbus. was charged with parole violation. Police said Miss Robbins was the victim’s girlfriend. Police said the gunman entered the carryout and demanded money. He took $155, a wallet and a ring, placing his gun on the counter in the mean- j time. Woodrow Adkins, 46. grabbed a pistol hidden under the ; counter and fired six times, po- j lice said, hitting the robber ! twice. Nationwide Reports Rise In Earnings COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP)—Na-J ; tionwide Life Insurance Co. an-* I nounced Monday its earnings ! and sales volume rose 16 per I cent in 1969 Earnings after taxes of $5,065,000 were an increase of $703,000 over 1968. The company said it paid $1.41 a share—20 cents higher than in 1968—on record sales of $775 j million in policies, an increase j of $105 million over 1968. Ohioan Crash Victim FORT MYERS, Fla. (AP)Nathan Keller, 47. of Kettering, Ohio, was killed Saturday when his car turned over on Fort Myers Beach Road in this Florida Gulf Coast city. PRICES EFFECTIVE MONDAY, FEB. 23 and TUESDAY, FEB. 24, 1970! FOOD CLUB Open Mon. thru Sat. 9 to 0 CLOSED SUNDAYS 1180 N. Court St. — Circleville QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED 24-KARAT PRESCRIPTION SAVINGS SVe honestly believe we have the lowest prescription prices in town. We invite you to compare our prices. Bring your next prescription in for pricing at no obligation and YOU’LL SEE . . . YOU’LL SAVE AT SUPER X! 219 Lancaster Pike Next to Kroger 474-7596 ANTIGUA (OLD TABLEWARE CATSUP HERE’S ft ON THE NEW ZESTY ONE ! 14 - 02 . Btl. T REAL ELBOW Collections MACARONI... Up In County CONTEMPORARY DINING ELEGANCE 3-Pc. PLACE SETTING Regular Price for Place Setting Less Coupon from Mailer Sent You you PAY ONLY $ 1.79 .50 $729 Pickaway County Sales and Use Tax collections for the 17th biweekly reporting period of fiscal 1969-70 increased $3,927.89 above collections for the same two weeks of last year according to figures released by State Treasurer John D Herbert. Herbert said actual collections of Sales and Use Taxes for the period Feb. 1 through Feb. 14 totaled $18,902.21. an increase of 26.33 per cent above collections of a year ago. Herbert also said that year to date collections for the county total $364,216.29 compared to $346 469.28 a year ago. Motor vehicle collections for the two week perid totaled $17,750.65 compared to $15.836.90 for the same period a year ago. This is an increase of 12.08 per cent. Motor vehicle collections for the fiscal year are $287,276.73 compared to collections of $271.891.07 a year ago. 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