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14 PHONE HI 1 1161 Johns Manville: BLOWN 7 Rock Wool INSULATION i Blessed Events Wall Street jXCompact ull READ THE CLASSIIED ADS only mSL aS CUSSINS rastti Hkr nt MH 1085 Alain St 105 South St Russ Alerter Wilmington ihsuiaiei UNERAL HOME WILMINGTON high time SAJUC lUTWE uWlUTERj BTCCROSBf ftBIANV TUESOn KKXJttMAUffiH rHAPPYlU JHESUMMEl STARTS WITH A MIDNIGHT SHOW SATURDAY NOV 19 Weather MRS ETHEL HAYES 11 have been eating the park service signs even when they're soaked in creosote Barbed wire' around the edges helps but rangers fear people will tear their clothes or stick a finger on the barbs The large ears African ele phants serve as fans The animals keep them constantly in motion on hot days to circulate the air New Party After Elections Tlie Abominable Snowman 'of the Himalayas was first reported by Col' Howard Bury in 192L Bury leader of a Mount Everest reconnaissance party said he came across a track that like a human GIRL THIL night NIGHT AND DAY COLUMBIA (fl John Knight and Clifford Day are brothers in law and officers in the same Army Reserve unit here OHIO IVE DAY ORECAST NORTHERN OHIO Tempfera ttirei will average about 10 de grees above normal Normal high 49 normal low Warm uritil about riday then turning colder Precipitation will amount to about one half to three quarters inch as rain about Thursday and riday SOUTHERN CENTRAL OHIO will average 742 degrees above normal Normalhigh 52 normal low 35 Continued much above normal temperatures until cooling trend begins about Thursday and colder Saturday Continued dry uhtil tain mainly about riday and Saturday' except widly scattered showers south west i nWednesday and Thursday ainf all amounts will total one half to three quarters inch AM I INSURED? MRS LENA uneral services for Mrs Lena Myers who died Thursday were held Sat urday afternoon at the Reynolds funeral home in charge of the Rev Hooper Mrs Neil Myers ac companied by Miss Barbara Babb sang Down? the and the Pallbearers were Herman Myers Orville Myers Dean Vans coy Harold Wade Burdette Vans coy and Norval loyd Burial was In Sugar Grove Cemetery Albany clear Albuquerque cloudy EARN co inc Wilmington Ohio COMMON PLEAS Divorce granted: Willis Royse Clarksville vs Shelby Royse Butlerville gross neglect Divorce dismissed: Meriann Saur vs Louis Saur Divorce granted: Alice raley Wilmington vs Andy raley Wil mington gross neglect and ex treme cruelty custody of two children awarded to plaintiff' Divorce granted: Phyllis Con nelly Wilmington Route 1 vs Wil liam' Connelly Air orce of one child awarded to plaintiff MARRIAGE LICENSES Roger Lawson 51 Blanches ter electrical company employee and Kathlen Moore 21 Blanches ter clerk typist Robert Truman 23 Sabina Route 2 stick clerk and Katherine Slagle 19 Wilmington Route 4 social worker Daryl Vance 16 Jamestown Route 2 janitor and 'Jean A Sprinkle 16 Port William at home' 7 Gerald Hubble 19 Clarks ville Route 1 unemployed and Nancy Ann Gray 13 Clarksville at home1 Gene Gross 21 Montrose Mo Airt orce andCharlene Newton 17 Clarksville at home Harry Raypole Jr 28 Wilming ton carpenter and Joan Sams 30 Wilmington concession clerk NQv ree Estimates Phone 2 2040 James Linton James Clayton Linton formerly of Wilmington vice pres iddht hhd attorney for the Akron Savings and Loan Co died Satur day uneral services will be held Tuesday in Akron and burial will be in Sugar Grove Cemetery in Wilmington Wednesday at Mr Linton was the son of A A and Henrietta Hazard Linton He was married to Maud Jenkins of Wilmington who died Among thbse attending the fun A truly compact portable automatically plays all sizesspeedsin both Stereo and monural recordings cose is washable and i scuff resistant' USE OUR SPEEDEE' DRY CLEANING SERVICE In by 10 a out by 2 modest gains? On the downside were steels chemicals motors drugs rails electronics and metals Main reason for the decline an alysts felt was the technically weakOhed condition of the market following i three weeks of sharp advance The Associated Press average of 60 stocks declined 80 to 21380 at noon The Dow Jones industrial aver age at noon was off 303 at 60558 Coporate bonds were mixed US governments bonds moved lower Clinton County Court News Denver Place School PTO will meet tonight at 8 at the school Wilmington Planning Commis sion will not meet Tuesday night Kingman School and Commun ity Club will meet Tuesday at 8 The program will be a pre sentation of colored slides District No 23 Ohio State Nurses Association will hold a din ner meeting at 6:30 Wednes day at the Blue Grass Restaurant Members of the Retail Division Wilmington Chamber of Com merce will meet at 6:30 Thursday in Doh Res taurant Wilmington Lodge No 52 will confer the Entered Apprentice degre on one candidate at a regu lar meeting Tuesday Refresh ments will follow the work Monthly Boy Scout District Committe meting will be held Wednesday at 7:30 at the General Denver Hotel Institution al representatives are to take re ports on their units orrest Tuck er is district chairman The Clinton County Registered Nurses Association will be guests of the Warren County Nurses Association at 6:30 Thurs day in the Golden Lamb' Hotel Lebanon Mrs Horace Johnson 2 2688 is taking reservations One area youth has been ini tiated and two formally pledged at Ohio State University by Gamma chapter of Sigma Pi raternity Initiated was Richard Thompson son of Mr and Mrs William II Thompson of Wilmington Route 5 Pledged were Stephen Williams son of Mr and Mrs Williams of Wilmington Route 3 and David Ames son of Mr and Mrs Robert Ames of New Burlington Route 1 Mainly About People Dry Cleaning wist locas si wayni tots wnaiHSiai Dean Barry makes painting a quick and pleasant event from start to finish Notnessy op smelly solvents' needed to clean roller when you use new Dean Bany Super Velveton for 1 walls Painting tools come clean with warm clear water right from the faucet This convenience aone lets you paint walls easfer than you can wash them But not all New Dean Barry Super Velveton gives almost effortless painting speedier paint jobs No laps or streaks even if you touch up spots accidentally missed And you can paint with the windows closed No irritating 'paint'rinell Paint over color fast wallpaper wallboard even interior masonry surfaces Do the average room With On economical gallon and One quick coat 30 beautiful Super Velveton colors all washable again Matching colors in new Kuverite Satin enamel for woodwork now available too See ua soon br have your painterdecorator come in Chenoweth Autos Inc 1225 Main St Wilmington i Phone 2 231 7 A Insulate no 7 see how it pays Insulation keeps out summer heat winter cold and cuts your fuel bills too 7 4' TRENTON' Mo A 4 year old girl was visiting a neighbor when the subject of politics came up your her hostasked Republican or a Demo the youngster replied bald Mrs Charles Reynolds Blan chester and son Michael Charles born Tuesday dismissed Saturday' Burton New Vienna dis missed Saturday 'after medical treatment since November 6 Mrs Burch Polk New Vienna dismissed Saturday after medical treatment since September 21 Robert Lehman MorrOtf dis missed Saturday after medical Tourists Suggest Bears Learn To Readv SKYLAND Va fl A Shenan doah National Park visitor sug gested to rangers that the bears should be educated so they could read a sign paying: eat the The bears ADMISSIONS: Everett Brewer' 8 son of Mr and Mrs Wayne Brbwer Blah Chester Saturday tonsillectomy Mrs Howard Lane New Burl ingtoii Saturday surgical Harry Hill Wilmington Route 5 Saturday medical Robert Lehman Morrow Satur day medical Robert Taylor Blanchester Sat urday medical Mrs Daniel Griffith Goshen Saturday surgical James Thomas Wilmington College Saturday medical Clarence HUI Batavia Sunday surgical Louis Stultz ayetteville' Sun day medical Russell Bell Wilmington Sun day surgical Perry Pidcock St Louisville Sunday medical Mrs James' Glen dale Sunday medical Mrs Rendel Carey Wilmington Route 3 Sunday surgical Mrs Charles Hiney Port Wil liam Sunday medical? Mrs Joseph Reece Pleasant Plain Sunday surgical Mike Clevenger Wilmington Route 2 Sunday surgical BIRTHS: To Mr and Mrs Ray Robinson Martinsville a daughter weighing 7 pounds 5Wi ounces Saturday at 7:50 a A daughter weighing 7 pounds 13Vi ounces Saturday at 1:26 a mt to Mr and Mrs Roy Cox Hillsboro To Mr and Mrs Russell Morris Sabina a son weighing 6 pounds 7 ounces Saturday at 4:37 A son weighing 7 pounds 8V4ounces Saturday at 5:44 to Mr and Mrs Ross Vaughn Newt onsville? To Mr and Mrs Thomas Davies Morrow a daughter weighing pounds 12V4 ounces Sunday at 4:32 a 7 pounds 'at' 10 a Sunday to Mr and Mrs Chesley Carver 382 Columbus St To Mr and Mrs John Skaggs Morrow a son weighing 7 pounds ounces SundaJit 7:55 A son weighing 4 pounds 15 Vi ounces Sunday at 8:27 to Mr and Mrs George MileS Hills boro To Mr and Mrs Charles Carey New Vienna a son weighing 5 pounds 3 ounces today at 6:08 a DISMISSALS 7 Shirley oozer 13 daughter of Air and Mrs Charles Zeigler Pleasant Plain dismissed Satur day after surgical treatment since November 1 Mrs William Rammel Lynch burg dismissed Saturday after medical treatment since Monday Mrs Delmar Newman Goshen dismissed Saturday after medical treatment since Monday 7 Airs Leslie Sturgill Waynesville dismissed Saturday after' medical treatment since Wednesday Ethel Mae daughter of Mr and Mrs Arthur Robbins Port Wil liam dismissed Saturday after a tonsillectomyriday Airs Wendell Creek Lynchburg dismissed Saturdayafter medical treatment since November 3 Mrs Harold Aills Blanchester and daughter Diana Lynn' born Tuesday dismissed Saturday Airs Thomas Hudson Lebanon and daughter Lori Jo born Wed nesday dismissed Saturday Mrs Bobby Monroe Wilming ton and son' Bobby Jo Jr born Have You Seep The Tqmpesk with the front mounted en glue and rear mounted transmission' treatment and transferred to Christ Hospital Mrs James Meredith Morrow and son born Thursday dismissed Sunday Mrs Norman Riehle Blanches ter and son born Wednesday dis missed Sunday Atiss Susan Waynesville dismissed Sunday after medical treatment since November 7 Gall 4 daughter of Mr and Mrs1 Leslie Whitacre Pleasant Plain dismissed Sunday after: tonsillec tomy Saturday Airs Howard Lane New Bur lington dismissed Sunday after surgical treatment since Saturday Everett 8 son of Mr and Mrs Wayne Brewer Blgnchester dis missed Sunday after tonsillectomy Saturday Mrs Terry Roads New Vienna Route 2 Saturday sprained right ankle Victor 152 Mulberry Saturday medical Mrs August Verchofe Batavia Route 4 Saturday' medical Sandra daughter of Mr and Mrs Donald Wyatt Oregonia Route 1 Saturday laceration of chin Ray Moore Clarksville Satur day traumatic amputation tip right middle Russell Cole 36Vi Sugartre Saturday' medical George unk Sr Wilmington Route 2 multiple laceration left lower leg cut with chain saw Julius iscus 7 son of Mr and Mrs Edgar iscus Blanchester Route 1 Sunday mild cerebral concussion Dale Brewer 6 67 airland Ave Sunday ran nail in back of heel Money To Loan: On Homes To Buy Build Remodel Refinance Loveland Mutual BUILDING LOAN 133 Broadway Loveland Ohio NOrmandy 5 4878 Deaths and unerals Hi idelity 33 1 3 LP Records 79c McLaughlin Seal Tite 1287 Main St Amimtagtosl OSU Judging Team Cops Livestock Hixe TIMONIUM Md A five man Ohio State University team scored 4300 point to defeat 10 other universities in the Inter col legiate Livestock Judging Contest at the 14th annual Eastern Nation al Livestock Show Sunday The collegians judged five classes of beef cattle four classes ot swine' and three classes of sheep Your Election' Laws 1 By Ted Brown Serretahy of State 6f Ohio Every candidate whose candi dacy was submitted to the elec tors on Nov 8 must report the amount of money he received and the amount of money he sjent in furthering his campaign? Ohio laws put a limitation: on theamount which may be apent by candidates seeking election oroffices involved in this election the limitations on ex penditures are as follows: State elective offices $4000 Representative to Congress $4000 Presidential Elector or Judge of the Court of Appeals $3000 State Senator $1000 plus $50 for each additional county In his district in excess of one county and $50 times the number of StateSenators in his district where the State Senatorial district is included within a single county but has inore than one State Senator Judge of Court of Common Pleas or Probate Court $1000 State Representative $750 Other county offices $500 If the total vote hast for Governor in Nbvem ber 1958 in the county was 5000 or less plus $5 for each 100 votes cast in excess of 5000 This statement of receipts and expenditures must be filed not later than 4 mof the 45th'day following the day of the election Any expenditure over $25 must be accompaniedby a receipt These statements aye filed with the Sec retary of State in the case of can didates for state office or for Representative to Congress in the County Board of Elections in the i case of county candidates or with the Board of Elections in the most populous county in the district in the case of district candidates Although commltteesformedon tehalf of candidates ar not limit ed under state law id the amount which they may spend they are nevertheless required to file state ments of their receipts and expend itures accompanied by receipted bills for all expenditures Over $25 within the time limit set in thestatutes for candidates These reports must remain on file in: the office of the Board of Elections or the Secretary of office for at least two years where they are open to public inspection New washable Super Velveton lets you dean brush or roller with water per gal enough to do tht average room Princess Astrid Engaged to Commoner OSLO Norway Thi royal irst Lady of Norway is taking a divorced commoner as her hus band King Olav announced Sunday engagement of Princess Astrid 28 and Johan Martin er ner 33 a junior partner 'in an Oslo haberdashery The marriage will take place Jan 12 a Since the death of her mother Princess Martha of Sweden six years ago the princess has been irst Lady Temperature for 14 hourr ending at sunset Sunday maximum S3 mini mum 33 Lowest during night i) 43 8 a 48 10 a 53 12 Noon 58 1 60 Precipitation None Character of Day Cloudy Wind at 1 Barometric Reading 3024 Humidity at 10 a 75 THE WEATHER ELSEWHERE By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS IIIk I aihgu 51 31 60 43 COLUMBUS Ohio (AP) HogS 185 central and western Ohio mar kett reporting to Ohio Dept of Agri) 8893 estimated mostly steady on butcher bogs and sows No 2 average good butchers 190 220 lbs 1775 1800 graded' No 1 meat types 190 220 lbs 1825 1850 7 Sows under 330 lbs 1475 1525 over 350 lbs 13 00 14 50 Ungraded butch er hogs 160 190 lbs 14 50 1750: 220 240 lbs 1750 1775 240 260 lbs 1725 1750 900 280 lbs 1675 1700 7 230 300 lbs 1625 180 over 300 lbs' 15 75 1600 Cattle (rom Columbus Produc i ers Livestock Co operative Assn) Estimated 650 selling at auction Veal Steady choice and prime veals 2900 3100 few higher choice' and good 2300 2900 stand ard and good 1800 2300 utility 1600 down Sheep and Iambs Steady: strictly choice 1750 18b0 good and choice 1600 1700 commerial and good 11 30 1600 cull and utility 1050 dowit slaughter sheep 5 SO down CHICAGO (AP) (USDA) Hogs 10000 butchers 25 lower instances 50 lower: mixed lots 1 2 and mixed 1 3 190 230 lb butchers 7 177S 181O around 200 head close ly sorted 1 2 195 215 lbs 1810 23' head closely sorted 182S mixed 1 3 ahd 2 3 230 270 lbs 1750 1785 load 3s around 95 lbs 1725 mixed grade 1 3 and 2 3 300 400 lb sows 1450 1625 mixed grade 2 3 and a 40 550 lbs 1330 1475 Cattle 20000 calves 100 half dozen loads prime 1200 1400 lb: steers 2733 2750 1 and prime 900 1350 lbs 525 2725 lew loads choice 1350 1450 lbs 24 50 2500 most good grades 2400 2500 two loads good 2525 load 1000 jjb utility Holstein steers 2000 load of high choice and prime 1100 lb heifers 2550: load Iota mixed choice and prime 2525: good and choice 2200 2500: utility and commer cial eowa 1300 1606 canners and 'cutters 1100 1400 utility and 7 commercial bulls 165O 19Z5 good and choice vealers 2200 2500 Sheep 2500 moderately active slaughter lambs fully steady 4 loads choice and prime 104 108 lb fed wooled Western lambs 1850 choice and prime native wooled Iambs 1750 1800: good and choice 15 00 1700: deck choice and prime around 100 lb fed shorn lambs no 1 pelts 1750 cull to choice slaughter ewea 4 00 506 Paulding Girl Assaulted Charles Stokesbury Charles Stokes bury 63 Sabina Route 2 died af 11:20 a today at his residence He was ill for several years Born eb 7 1897 in Wayne Township he was the eon of Ira James and Nancy Watson Stokes bury Surviving is' a sister Miss Gladys Stokesbury and two broth ers Al and Dolph all home He was a member of Sabina Lodge Arrangements in charge of Lit tleton funeral home are' incom plete Local Markets CINCINNATI (AP) i Cattle 1700 calvea 200 elaugh ter eteers and heifers moderately active steady cows steady bulls and vealers steady average to high choice 750 900 lb slaughter steers 2600 low to aversge choice 1030 1200 lb 2500 2550 mixed good to low choice 2450 scattered sales average to high choice 750 900 lb heifers 2450 2500 low choice 2350 2400: bulk good SOOS' 5 lb 2200 2300 utility end commer clal cows 1350 1400 canners end cutters 1000 1250 utility and com mercial bulls 1600 1750 choice: vealers 2800 3200 good 24 00 2800 Standard 2000 2300 around 700 f1 lb feeder steers 2200 i Hogs 3300 bulk receipts mixed grades 190 240 lb barrows and gilts barrows and gilts moderate Jy active steady to 15 higher thanfcriday: few lots No 1 2 and No 1 200 220 lb 1835 1850: bulk mixed 1 3 and 2 3 180 240 lb 1800 1825 some 2 3 near 260 lb 1775 steady to 25 lower mixed 1 3 300 400 lb 1450 1550 2 3 400 600 lb 13 75 1450 boars steady weights 300 lb up mostly 1150 Sheep 500 slaughter lambs ewes and feeder lambs steady choice' and prime wooled lambs 1800 good and choice 1600 1750 utility IS 00 cUU to choice twts 300 500 good 2nd choice feeder lambs 1200 1300 Ohly $6995 Livestock Markets Price quoted la hie eolunui are eb tatoed each day by asking for the quo tations from the local dealere Corn 88 Soybeans 'v''l4 200 Wheat 184 Oats 60 Barley 75 BORN TO Mr and Mrs Dav id Myers 616 South St a son William Darius weighing 10 pounds 4 ounces at 3:22 Sunday at ayette Memorial Hos pital Washington II The pa ternal grandparents are Mr and Mrs William' Myers Sabina Route 2 and the maternal grand parents are Mr and Mrs Darius Dryden West Union to Mr and Mrs Charles TC jScKmirdt 6ICincInnaTiarson Michaelweighing 8 pounds 3 ounces Nov 4 at Bethesda Hos pital Alichael has an older brother Mark Grandparents are Mr and Mrs Willard Wisby bf Mariemont and Mr and Mrs George Schmidt LIEURANCE INSURANCE SERVICE 230 South Phone 2 2597 Stereo Phonograph with Second Speaker in the lid Clinton Memorial Hospital News i A'r ft ENTERTAINMENT OR THE WHOLE AMILY NOW SHOWING thru Wednesday NOTE eature Times9 I 7:20 9:25 I NEW YORK Most stocks dipped in moderately Active deal ings today The major loss was recorded around the end of the first hour Prices Recovered somewhat by early afternoon a few groups go ing above the previous closeTobaccos added small fractions as did most airlines Building ma terials turned mixed after early also scored' Wednesday dismlssedafurtlay Daily News Journal Monday Nov 1 4 'I960 Wilmington Ohio atally Shot PAULDING Ubio (AP) A i year old Paulding girl found dead northeast of here this morning was shot fatally in the head and criminally assaulted Sheriff Johp Keeler said an au topsy performed on Nancy Eagle son today in ort Wayne Ind dis closed that she had been murdered by a shot from a small caliber weapon The body was found by two hunters early today eight miles northeast bf Paulding near the hamlet of Junction on Ohld 111 Sheriff said an early re port that the throat was slashed was not true 4 1 The sheriff said that 8 pm Sun day night the high school fresh eman was dragged into a car as she and her little sister about 4 or 5 years old walked down a Paulding street i The sister according to Keeler ran into a nearby hous and call red police after seeing Nancy pull ed into the car The parents (are Mr and Airs Donald Eagle son "'T 7 Sheriff Keeler Aisid there are no clues to the identity of the killer except that he is a big man and drove a big car ZIGLERS INC RULON Across rom The Murphy Theatre eral in Akron Tuesday Will be Mrs Gons of Wilmington Mrs Harold Snyder of Washington and Mr: and Mrs Arnold Lint on of Summit lorence Stockmon uneral services for lorence Stockmon 57 wife of International Counsellor' Lion Stockmon Sprlngbofo will be held at the Eaton funeral home ranklin at 10:30 a Wednesday Mrs Stockmon died following a stroke Saturday night riends and Lions of the area may call at the funeral homer Tuesday from 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 POULTRY 1 Old rootten Sc Heavy bens 14c Leghorn bene 84 BGGi AND BUTTERAT Butterfat 43c 48c Eggs 40c NEED DRY CLEANING IN A HURRY A tT A Ti a4'4 ill MB I Ubui 1 Mk I Atlanta clear 64 41 Bismarck clear 40 17 Boston clear 55 42 Buffalo clear 51 33 Chicago clear 59 50 Cleeland cloudy 61 46 Denver clear 61 27 Des Moines cloudy 62 52 Detroit 5844 airbanks snow 7 9 01 ort Worth cloudy 77 63 Helena cloudy 52 30 Honolulu cloudy 82 76 Indianapolis cloudy 63' 48 Juneau cloudy 41 32 02 1 Kansas City cloudy 63 58 Los Angeles cloudy 63 53 Louisville cloudy 67 47 Memphis cloudy 70 54 Miami cloudy 80 71 Milwaukee cloudy 59 32 Mpls St Paul cloudy 46 36 'New Orleans cloudy 73 60 New York clear 54 45 Oklahoma City cloudy 76 80 cloudy 55 48 Philadelphia cloudy 55 34 Phoenix clear 70 49 Pittsburgh cloudy 62 47 Portland Me cloudy 49 39 Portland Ore cloudy 55 41 22 Rapid City clear 62 29 Richmond clear 5 62 33 St Louis cloudy 68 56 Salt Lake City) cloudy 54 41 01 San Diego clear 67 51 San rancisco clear 59 51 13 Seattle cloudy 50 39 66 Tampa clear 84 62 Washington ctoudy 40 HIGH TIME.

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