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   Athens Messenger, The (Newspaper) - April 26, 1965, Athens, Ohio                                Page 2 THE MESSENGER, Athens, Ohio Monday, April, Elks Officers To Assist In Dedication Of New Home ELKS' NEW OFFICERS Conducting the first lodge meeting Tuesday night and greeting the nation's top Elk Wednesday for dedication oj the new home on W, Union St. will be the Sallowing Athens officers: front row Charles Harming, leading knight; Kamon Noel, esquire; Raymond Cuckler, exalter ruler; Sammy Grim, loyal knight; Cloyce Mar- tin, lectiiring knight; back Brown, treasurer; Clyde Beverage, tiler; Dm: Barstoiu, Kenneth Jones and Fred Hampton, trus- tees; Virgil Search, district deputy grand exalted rider; Merrill Riggle, chaplain; Rex Snider, inner guard; Rex Koons, treasurer. The new home of the Athens lodge will be dedicated at 8 p.m. Wednesday by Grand Exalted Ruler Robert G. Pruitt, in a ceremony open to the public. OU Holdings Valued At Million The buildings, equipment and lands of Ohio University are now valued at mil- lion, according to the campus development plan. Total assets of the univer- sity, as of June 30, 1964, were million. The state assisted institution had a total operating budget of mil- lion for the year ending, last June. Main sources for the ope- rating income Included: state million, student fees million, endowment federal aid million, agency funds dorm- itory and dining halls million, and others The current appropriation for capial construction edu- cational facilities for the bieri- nium ending this'June is million. Ohio U. hired the planning firm of Caudill, Rowlett and Scott several months ago to prepare a long-range compre- hensive community plan for the school. The planners have now completed the programming, research phase and academic design. The firm recently has been in the plan refinement stage and should gain final approval soon. When the final plan is approved, a printed comprehensive report will be published within a few months. It was recommended in the report that some streets be vacated in order to unify the pedestrian academic campus. The general objective of the university and its plan- ning consultants is to "pro- vide the necessary facilities for an expanding enrollment, while improving the total phy- sical environment" of both the campus and the surround- ing community in accordance with UR standards. The report concluded, "it is recognized that a beautiful, safe and functional physical environment is essential to the learning experience of the university student as well as to the living experience of the community resident." The report said there has been a general upward trend in enrollment at Ohio U. dur- ing the past 17 years, altered only by the military and economic conditions The total enrollment has Increased three fold since the 1952-53 school year when it was 3909. The earcllment for the current year is and was last year. If the enrollment is expand- ed in accordaniance with the predicted increase in college age population, the student population would be estimat- ed at for 1965-66. Other predictions include: for 1966-67, for 1967-68, for 1968-69, and for 1969-7. The report said it woulc appear that the enrollmenl projections may be regarded as conservative, consistenl with further development fa- cilities, both residence halls and academic buildings, anc adequate fiscal support for the operation of the edu cational program. The university now has more than 70 permanem buildings and 104 auxiliary buildings on its 584-acre cam- pus, in addition to a 141-acre airport. Six Men Named To Faculty Of Ohio U. Alumni -College David E. Full Pharmacist AfflMILYRFFMR Do you go about your gard- ening in a begrudging, un- happy way? If so, you might "be able to change your attitude, although everyone doesn't en- joy digging in the good earth, gard- ening can be a family af- fair. Each member can enter into the work to be dons in one way or another, and you'll be surprised at the re- sults. It's a fine interest even for the younger children. Give them the responsibility of a small garden all their own. Go about all of your re- sponsibilities in a sensible way. H you have a prescrip- tion to be filled, bring it to us. FULL WALGREEN DRUG, 15 South Court Street, Ath- ens. 593-1721. Six men have been named to the faculty of Ohio Univer- sity's third annual Alumni College July-11 17. They are Cecil Hemley, lec- turer in English and director of the Ohio University Press; Dr. Gaige Paulson, dean of University College and pro- fessor of psychology; Dr. Fred Leach, director of the school of-painting and allied arts; Dr Edward Person, associate pro fessor'of dramatic art and speech; and Harry Blythe, as- sociate professor of finance. The program, enrolling for- mer Ohio University students for courses in contemporary subjects, will take place at the Chio University Inn. Sponsored by the Ohio Un- iversity Alumni Association, the week-long agenda will combine, classroom and recre- ational programs, according to Jack D. Gilbert, alumni di- rector. AU former students and their wives or husbands are eligible to. apply for enroll- mnnt in the alumni college, Gilbert said, but registration will be limited to 150 this year. Nelsonyille Driver Is Fined, Jailed Harold Burton Dishong, 39, Nelsonville, pleaded guilty Saturday in County Court to a State Highway Patrol charge of driving while in- toxicated. He was fined and costs and sentenced to "your Health is our Business" three days in jail. We Have The OPEN MONDAY NIGHTS DURING APRIL AND MAY RAPP'S WALLPAPER AND PAINT STORE 35. PALMER ST. (Back of The Hocking Valley Bank) Athens, 0. Ph. LY 3-4821 "PARK AT OUR FRONT ARMY ROTC INSPECTED Howard Higley, John Carroll Uniwsity ROTC com- mandant shown here twft Ohio University President Venion Alden, headed six-mem- ber team which conducted annual inspection of the university's Army ROTC detach- ment, visiting the headquarters, Pershing Rifle house and firing range, in addition to receiving instruction, administration and supply sections. Area Traffic Courts Traffic Fines MUNICIPAL COURT Howard D. Holton, 21, N. McKinley Ave., failure to stop within assured clear distance ahead, police, and costs. Noel F. Lowery, 50, Mill- field Route 1, unsafe vehicle, police, and costs. Maxwell L. Watkins, 57, Carpenter Route 1, passing at intersection, patrol, and costs. James P. Montrose, 23, Bel- ief ontaine, left of center, po- lice, and costs. COUNTY COURT Franklin Donald William- son, 27, Athens, permitted un- licensed minor to operate ve- hile, patrol and costs. JUVENILE COURT John R. Nichols, 17, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Nichols, Frost' Route 1, speeding, and costs, 30-day license sus- pension. Albin Hatfield, Jr., 17, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albin Hat- field, St., Frost Route 1, speeding, and costs, 30-day license suspension, retained license for purpose of going to and from doctor's office and assisting mother. Darrell Lew Barnett, 72% W. Union St., traffic light, and costs, 30-day license sus- pension. Timothy Paul Wagner, 17, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Wagner, Buchtel, conditional speed, and costs, 30-day li- cense suspension. Bond Forfeitures COUNTY COURT Herman P. Godwin, 29, Burton, S. C., defective muf- fler; patrol, Gilbert Smith, Winches- ter Va., unsafe vehicle, sheriff, MUNICIPAL COURT James E. Drummond. 48, Brilliant, failure to yield right of way, police, William F. Fought, 35, Stewart Route patrol, 1, speeding, Your Agent Makes A Difference Top Service Friendly Advice Quick Claim Settlement SEE ANY OF THESE FRIENDLY AGENTS ATHENS, OHIO K. Barstnw H. Goddard Reed Inc. W. Ley. lac. F. Ma thews, Inc. and C. H. GUI A Co. H. Rntherford Joaepb Sciple NELSONVILLE, OHIO ins. Agency 'The SaltJ Ins Agency GLOUSTER, OHIO Gnhiuter Damages Estimated In Wallace Dr. Fire Fire damage to the Jack Baytos residence, 6 Wallace Dr., was estimated at including to the building and to contents, accord ing to Fire Chief Charles Dal ton. The fire, at p.m. Satur day, started in the basement and expanded through a cole air register to the first floor The family had left the house about p.m. Driver Cited After Sunday Traffic Crash Robert Gerald Graves, 39 Athens, was cited for condi tional speed after an early Sunday accident on Route 278, south of Route 33, ac- cording to the State Highway Patrol. He failed to negotiate sharp curve, his car going of: the right side of the road over an embankment and hit ting a tree. Councilman May Receive Dem Mayor Write-In Vote Foster Coe, an incumbent Democratic councilman, may accept a party write-in vote for the mayor's nomination. A meeting has been called for 8 p.m. Monday so city Democrats can decide who the party organization can en- dorse in the write-in for may- r. County Chairman William Rains Cause Moving Of Circus Site Location for the Athens Junior Chamber of Commerce sponsored circus was changed to the county fairgrounds on W. Union St., today, accord- ing to Richard Beagle, Jaycees president. The Monday shows were scheduled for 4 p.m. and 8 p.m. The switch was made after a conference with fair board officials, Sunday, he said. The original location, W. State St. ballfield, was too soft after the heavy rains. The circus is located on the high ground used for the mid- way during county fairs. Bea- gle said there is no drainage problems on the fairgrounds midway. Capacity for each show is over 2000, Beagle said, so the Jaycees will not have a prob- lem seating anyone. The three-ring circus in- cludes 50 performers, includ- ing clowns, elephants and wild animals. Entry Counts Are Denied Two men pleaded innocent Saturday in County Court to charges of breaking into the Kasler Grocery store in Ames- ville. Deputy Sheriff Dewitt Wai. ker filed the charges against Shane Kelly, 22, Nelsonville, and Jerry D. Teel, 23, Logan. Both were placed under bond and bound to the grand jury. An officer said two other burglary charges had been filed aginst both defendants, Lavelle, an Athens resident, called the meeting for the 22 central committeemen and other Athens Democrats. The group will meet in the Buck- eye Cafeteria. Judson (Ted) WUhite, the former mayor of Philo, is now circulating cards to seek the write-in vote. Lavelle said Coe has indi- cated he might accept the nomination for mayor, if he received enough votes. Coe, now in his second term as First Ward councilman, is currently unopposed for a third term. If nominated for mayor, he would withdraw from the council race. For nomination, a write-in candidate would need to re- ceive 15 per cent of the Dem- ocrats primary vote, If nor- mal trends are followed, La- velie said it would take about 00 votes for the mayor's nom- ination. All Democrats and citizens from the county have been in- to attend the meeting to discuss Issue No, 3, the pro- josed state constitutional mendment on reapportion- ment. who also face Juvenile Court. charges in SHELTERING ARMS HOSPITAL NOTES BIRTH Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Riley, a son Athens, Route 3. ADMITTED Lucille Ware, Athens; Mrs. Joseph Young, Athens Route 1; Zean Crippen, Stewart; Mrs. Emma Ath- ens Route 3; Kathleen- Mc- Afee, Athens; Mrs. Adelia Mecum, Athens; Clarence Frost, Athens Route 2; Ruth Carsey, Athens; Mrs. E. W. Cole, Athens Route 3; Wayne Gilkey, Athens; Mrs. Howard Gilson, Athens Route 4; Mrs. Clarence Fraley, Carpenter Route 1; Charles Hudnall, Route 5; Mrs. John Green, Athens. DISMISSED Mrs. Bertha Hanson, Ath- ens; Mrs. Lowell Burnelle, Glouster, Leah Corio, Athens; Mrs. James Brookhart, Ath- ens Route 3; Mary O'Neill, Athens; Agnes Gavan, Ath- ens; Mrs. Robert Mulligan and son, Athens; Ernest Shir- key, Jacksonville; Ben Cre- means, Athens Route 4; Mrs. Grace Durfee, Athens Route 2; Mrs. William Williams and son, Athens Route -2; Mrs. John Bobo and daughter, Ath- ens Route 4; Maxine McGee, Athens; William Martin, Athens. DRIVE REPORTED STEWART The Rome Twp. volunteers for the can- cer crusade collected during their drive, according to Mrs. Clarence Fuller, Sr., chairman. DEGREE WORK SET Paramuthia Lodge 25. will confer the Enter- ed Apprentice degree at 7 p.m. Tuesday in the Masonic Temple, said Jack L. Clark, master. Four Hurt In E. State St. Crash Sunday Four persons were injured in two-car accident at p.m. Sunday at E. State St. and Strathmore Blvd. William Kortlander, 40, of 31 Forest St., received a scratch on the top of the head, a passenger in the car, Elizabeth Kortlander., 8, suf- fered broken teeth. Miss Martha Mora, 42, Co- lumbus, driver of the other car, had a laceration of the nose, and a passenger, Miss Alice Swope, 63, Columbus, a bump on the forehead. The city fire department emergen- cy squad took all four to Shel- tering Arms Hospital. City police charged Kort- lander with driving left of center. City police also investigated three minor accidents over the weekend, three Saturday afternoon, and one Sunday af- ternoon. Three Fined For Conduct Three youths pleaded guilty Monday in Municipal Court to city police charges of dis- orderly, coTiduct. The trio, along with an- other person, were arrested early Saturday morning walk- ing in the west bound traffic lane near Bromley Hall. David W. Herbst, 19; James Watkins, both of W. Washing- ton St., and William C. Houck, 20, were each fined and costs. The fourth defendant, Richard R. Reriz, 21, Garfield Heights, posted a bond, according to records. He also tried to flee from a police cruiser, police said. TO CONFER DEGREE The Royal Arch degree will be conferred at SINUS Sufferers good news for you! Exclusive new "hard core" SYNA- CLEAR DeeonjMtant act instantly and continuously to drain and cleat all nasal-sinus cavities. One "hard com" tablet gives up to 8 hours relief frorp pain and pressure cf congestion. you to breathe watery eyet Rnd runny nose. You can buy SYNA-CLBAR at your favorite drue counter, without need for a prescription. Satisfaction guaranteed by makerj Tiy it today. Athens S. Court St.. Athens? 0. Stop Largest selling Charcoal Comp. tablet Sweetens Mouth-Stomach in 5 Minutes or your back at druggist. Chew Bell-ans tablets whenever your breath may offend. Bell-ans neutralize acidity, sweeten mouth and stomach. No sugar. Write Bell-ans, OrarEBburg. N. Y.. for liberal free sample. 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