Lancaster Eagle Gazette, August 3, 1973, Page 7

Lancaster Eagle Gazette

August 03, 1973

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Lancaster Eagle Gazette (Newspaper) - August 3, 1973, Lancaster, Ohio Boards Of Education (CONTINUED FBOM PAGE 1) along with Harry M. Myers and Fred ZoUinger. Amanda-Clearcreek has three vacancies. Jack Fosnaugh resigned earlier and Cameron Hardie was named to fill his place. Enos Fosnaugh, in- cumbent, has filed along with Eldon ChannelL Petitions have been taken out by two other men, but are not filed. Vaeaactes Berne has two vacancies with Paul Bash, in- cumbent, filed and the other incumbent. Carlos Dupfer passing petitions. At BkxTOTCarroll with three vacancies, incumbent Charles Eversole has filed: Wendell Stebelton and E. P. Phillips have not. Three others have taken out petitions. At FairfieW Union, only incumbent Edward Wolfe has filed. Dr. Robert Whetstone and David Barr have not. Charles E. Dupkr's petition is being passed. Liberty Union Thurston has three vacancies with terms of Richard Masheter, Max Miller and John W. Snider expiring. Ronald Packard is passing petitions. Pickerington has three vacancies with terms of Walter E. Green. Gordon S. Mead and Dart E. Whims expiring. Dexter H. White and Em- manual N. Sergaskis have filed and at kast six others are passing petitions. Walnut (Millersport) has two vacancies with incumbent Charles ZoUinger filed and none from Joseph Walston as. yet. All incumbent board members have been contacted by Supt Kalish who, like Supt Sutton, knows that for most board members it takes a year or more to karn the background to make those important decisions. If you care about kids and their education, why not talk with the two superintendents? They can answer your questions and point out the importance of the board's deliberations on the future of education in both city and county schools. Ohio (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) it all again. I enjoyed the gratification of servicing the ill- health." There were not many complaints from this "SO Year" man For his immediate plans. Dr. Stenger admits he may remain inactive, with intermittent spells of work. He thought be might catch up on some things he would like to do, golf a little and travel. Inside TV UNDIVIDED (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) and Lancaster The total amount of intangible funds returned to Fail-field County for 1974 is The total estimated income, corporate and sales tax returns for the year is This has been approved by the Tax Commission. BY HELOISE Dear Heloise: I've been wanting to send this hint for a year and never seemed to find the time. When my oldest boy had to give up his crib for his new brother, we bought him a twin bed and one of those adjustable side guard rails. The first night I went in to check on him and found he had slipped through the rails (which run His feet reached the floor (thank but his head couldn't fit through. He was sleeping standing up. I was afraid he'd hang himself. I got out an old sheet and streched it over both sides of the rail, leaving a long end on the bottom. I then pinned the sheet in place and tucked the long end under the mattress. There was no way he could get through the rails and if he pushed them away from the bed 5n his sleep, the end tucked under the mattress would catch him. Maggie LETTER OF LOVE Dear Heloise: I'm a grandmother with six very young grandchildren and two lovely married daughters, so you can see that I should have quite some years of ex- perience in the humble but wise art of budgeting. Sad to say, I didn't do much of it in my younger days, but wish to heavens that I had. But, of course, we didn't have any "Helcise" for inspiration in those days... So Heloise. I certainly hope and pray that the today's many "Women's Libbers" invading the newspaper pages will never try to 'crowd you out.. and if my local paper ever would do that. I would drop it truly! Your column is one of real help and interest. Never aggravating, as too many columns for women are today. Most women reading it must be just as I have been all these years: we benefit much from it. have hints of our own to share with your reader- s but... we hold off writing in. meaning to ..-but. .it's so much nicer and easier to simply read your column. Mrs. A.J. Blanche The Light Touch I had a coffee-and-cake break on all that love! Heloise Dear Heloise: Don't forget: Fa n c y large wastebaskets in the children's bedroom will catch more dirty clothes than any other method. Somebody Interested Dear Heloise: I'm new at cooking, but the best way I've found to separate an egg, is to crack it and drop the whole egg in your cupped hand. Let the white slip through your fingers and only the yoke will remain in your hand. Edna Willey I find that many ideas I had when first learning to cook are some of my best ones. A lot of the time I separate my eggs this way. Heloise Remind home seamstresses to preshrink their double knit material before cutting. It also helps to preshrink the zipper tapes by washing or steam- pressing before putting it on the garment. A Reader THIS COLUMN is written for you the housewife and homemaker. If you have a hint or a problem write to Heloise 'in care of the Lancaster Eagle- Gazette. Because of the tremendous volume of mail, Heloise is unable to answer all individual letters. She will, however, answer your questions in her column whenever possible. DEFENSE (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) armed services over the com- ing year. This would bring the total down to men, smallest in nearly a quarter of a century. If this cut is sustained, Pen- tagon officials say the combat readiness of the forces will be seriously endangered. In one private conference this week, Adm. Elmo R. Zumwalt, chief of Naval operations, re- portedly said that the projected 9 per cent cut in the size of the Navy might mean laying up 45 ships and shutting down possi- bly eight major installations, including one shipyard. Some Army officials sug- gested that a comparable 9 per cent reduction to its manpower might lead to elimination of one of the Army's 13 combat divi- sions and supporting elements. Air Force authorities said a 6 per cent slash, as voted by the Senate committee, might trans- late into a reduction of 25 bomber, fighter and airlift squadrons or 10 major in- stallations. Of all the services, only the Marines would escape relative- ly unscathed, with a one per cent reduction in its manpower. Burns Suffered In Tent Blaze Fatal To Child AKRON. Ohio 4- year-old child who was burned in a tent fire has died. Johnny Churchill of Akron is the sec- ond victim of the fire July 22 at Mogadore Reservoir. The boy died Thursday in Children's Hospital. His 7- month-old brother, Kurt, died in the flames.- Four children were in the tent when it was set afire by a lantern that fell. The other two children escaped without in- jury. By JAY SHARBUTT AP Tefevfetan Witter NEW YORK (AP) "The Corner Bar." a summer series that premiered last year on the ABC Television network, is back with us tonight on ABC. Its only virtue is that it may drive you to drink. The series is set in a neigh- borhood tavern in Manhattan. Gabe Dell, who ran the pub last summer, is gone. Comedienne Anne Meara and Gene Roche have replaced him as co-own- ers of the place. Warm Characters The tavern, in the tradition of television taverns, is full of warm, wacky characters who juice a lot and kid each other. But tonight's premiere show is to comedy what a short beer is to serious drinking. It spends a few long minutes establishing the regulars at the goofy actor, the no- nonsense cab driver, the tipsy lawyer and the kindly old wait- er. It also reveals that Frank Flynn (Roche) served with the 105th Infantry Division in Korea during the war there. He lets on that he was quite a ladies man in Korea and was known to close friends as "filet of Seoul." Hokay. Plot Thins Now. the plot thins. A 20- year-old Oriental lad, name of Lin, shows up at the tavern. The regulars at first think he's from the Red Chinese embassy around the cottier. But they are wrong. "I come from says Lin (played by Frank And, he goes on to say, "I look for man. He was in 105th Divi- sion." Well, it seems he's looking for his father, who of course turns out to be ex-Sgt. Frank Flynn. There is alarm, sur- prise, denials and finally ac- ceptance of the fact that as Flynn sows, so has Flynn reaped. "My the publican says with a proud smile, pledging to send his new- found son to college and all that. Alas, it turns out that Lin is a flim-flaim man. He's been con- tacting all former members of the 105th Division who knew has mother during the Korean war and pulling the "father" dodge on them. Five Fathers Flynn learns this from an old pal from the 105th: before you know it, there are about five "fathers confronting Lin when he returns to the bar after a shopping spree with Miss Meara. He confesses all, promises to pay back has ill-gotten gains and say: "I now realize I haven't been honorable." ''Li 105th Division hasn't been Miss Meara says sadly. On the positive side. Carey as the actor and Bill Fiore as the lawyer are scv.it- stealing standouts in a good cast that does its best with a dog of a script Pleasantville News By Mrs. Stanley Dorst PLEASANTVILLE The annual Pleasant Garden Club breadfast will be held at the American Legion Hall in Pleasantville at 9 am. Aug. 8. Members are asked to remember that their decorated bats are to be won on this The wood of an ash tree will burn even when green because it contains oleic acid which is flammable. Because of the resin in pine trees, they also burn when green. To remove ring from a swollen finger, grease the finger well with petroleum jelly and it may slide off. It this doesn't work, soak the band for a few moments in ice-cold soap suds. PACT? Lancaster (0.) Eagle-Gazette Fru August I CASHWAY occasion. Seven members were in at- tendance at the recent meeting of the Pleasaotville Community Park Board. Proceeds from the rummage sale netted which will be used for further park knprovtnent projects. QUALITY BUILDING MATERIALS FOR LESS Mrs. Gerald McNeal of the Pleasant Garden Club recently attended the Federated Garden Clubs meeting at the Lancaster Fairgrounds. Discussion was held on Fall Ftower Shows. Mrs. Wffiam Hill, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nelson, daughter Bonnie, Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Nelson, sons Warren and Pleasantvdlle were among the open house guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Nelson on their 25th wedding niversary. an- Phil Dorst, son of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Dorst has been confined to his home due to an injured toe. 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