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   Daily Gazette (Newspaper) - September 26, 1968, Xenia, Ohio                                18 THE XEN1A DAILY GAZETTE Thnrsday, September M, MM GAZETTELAND Dennis The Menace Mister Berger The Little Woman WISHING WELL Rtjiitettd U, s. Ptttnt Office. 8 2 F O 7 5 U R E E Y I 2 7 A U S 6 U V S A U E 'THERE'S NOBODY HERE ev THAT NAME. WWT NUMBER 00 YA WANT FRONTIERS IN SCIENCE ITKRK is a little game that will give you a message 1 ilay. H is a numerical puzzle designed la out yaur fortune. Count lhe letter! in your first name. If the num- ber of letters is 6 or more, subtract t. If the number is less than 6. adrt 3. The result is your key number. Start at the upper Jeft-hantt corner of the rectangle and check every one of your key numbers, left to right. Then read the mejufe the letters under the checked figures give you. "9-26 o Kim Feilurts Syndlote. Inc., World rlihla remvid. THEN', AT A MICROBIOLOGY CONFERENCE IN MOSCOW, AMERICAN RESEARCHERS RECOCTED CAUSING INFECTIVE HEPATITIS IN WTTH SERUM FROM HUMAN PATIENTS. ...AND SUCCEEDED AM IU-KESS WHICH PRBOSSLV IN CEU- CHANGE AND OTHER FUNCTION WITH THE HEPATITIS INDUCED BV THE US, KOrlLER'S STATEMENT IN 1966 THAT HE HAD LINKED ADENO HEPATITIS CAUSED SCIENTIFIC INTEREST'----- THERE WAS ST1U NO PROOF. DR. KDHLEK OBTAINED THE TYPE OF BEGAN ADEKO VIRUSES, SIMILAR TO THOSE HE HAD OBSERVED IN HEPATITIS VICTIMS. OPPORTUNITIES UNLIMITED Leave Apron Home, Gals Warned By ROBERTA ROESCH "A tier your children longer need you to make their j estate. library work, business and ti- and insurance and real 5. Avoid asking for, or e x- Icould do. Don't act as though Kcting concessions, for your'you are too good for the job lunches and cheer and applaud them, the business world defi- nitely wants says Nanette Specific instructions are given on how to discover where jobs are, and how to conduct a Scofieid. wife and !job-geiling campaign [or part- vocational sui'-tanee counselor. Jt'me, free-lance or full-time "But it wants you with yourjwork. For women who dream off and your ha, n d s of going inio business for them- 1 selves, Nanetle Scofieid and Betly Klarman give first-rate to warns Mrs. Scofieid wiio, along with Betty Klarman, is co-author of an excel lent suggestions children's holidays or doc tors'I (even if you think you ipointmenls. aml don't try for at "least a 6. Finally, take your begin- during vmlr [irst week on the job. The important thing-always is to dig in and learn and show your boss what you can do. Of course, you never can say definitely when your childr e n ivill suddenly stop needing you at say nothing about vour husband's wishes. ning job seriously, even if it re- quires only half of what you City Gets Bids On Pump And Grid Togs The city of Xenia was sue- in attract i n g competi- how to choose book, "So You Want to Go'a business and how to start it. Back lo Work." When it comes to succeeding The book, compiled by moth-jwith "your apron off and your cis who themselves returned lo hands they suggest the school and. then, to a job, islfollowing good pointers: one of the best ones I have i. Dress the part and wear seen for wives who want t o the type of clothes that fit i n work and whose children areiwith'the working world. ca I'pincnt from B to and away from! 2. Hemember that-a Construction, Day-, home most of the day. phorie is not for sodal the apparent low (If you would like further in- formation on obtaining "So You tive bids for a water ,0 Go fg project Tuesday, but drew only one bid Wednesday for athletic send me your request and stamped, self-addressed enve- lope in care of The Gazette.) "This is getting to be more fun every 1VOULD Vi3U MIND PUTTING ON MVHAT7 ITSONTKE PKONeSTANO N THE HALL I HADTOUARRY i A COMEDIAN.' I DEMAND EQUAL TIME VOL) POUTICK1N VARMINTS ARE flU ALIKE, SHERIFF TA1T-- MAYOR BARLOW JEST LEFT-HEBROUGHTTflTER A AIL-DAV SUCKER-TOOK HIM PER A PIGGY-BACK RIDE AW KISSED HIM TWO-THREE TIMES HOWDY, LOWEEZY- I COME BY TO SEE THAT PURTV VOUNG-UN OF VOR'N-WHOR'S TATER? HES STRANGE.., SO A'.USIC... IT'S SORT OF HAUNTIMG.VES... HIKE HIM, WEST SCHOOL NEWS Beginning with a realistic consideration of the fanvly silu- or calls to run the house. 3. When you lunch with your stion, the authors tell the "re-jfriends, realize that what may liirnee" how to evaluate h e rjbe a lunch date for them is a home experience and apply to the job market. They recommend specif i c agencies, seminars, courses and counseling services for who need it. senl extremely a com- prehensive analysis of the fields I have mentioned as highly bid Tuesday for a manif o 1 d and high service pump at the city's water pumping station. The bid was Church Bell Is Stolen ELEANOR, W.Va. (AP) Classes Fill Ditty Bags itjbite before going back to the; Three firms submiUed office for you. on lhe project. RichardJMembers of the Kanawha Val- junioi 4. Refrain from ro Cincinnati, su Baptist Church had hoped to your conversational we i a Ninth grade vocational homeland Karen Shoemaker. Economics classes at West Mrs. Eugene Foiles and Mrs. bid of Watlhave their old bell hung in the Geor Hood channical Inc., Dayton, belfry by next Saturday n'gntLaring "ditty" been paring "ditty" bags for vicemen in Vietnam. pre- by EVENT SCHEDULED Seventh gra_.... .Vest will have a "mixer" .vilh gam e s and dancing from 3 to 4 p.m Section Of Ohio 69 Renumbered Ohio Highway Director P. E. Masheler has approved by jour ;nal entry the canceling ol for the Old Fashioned Days m e of a secllon rade Saturday, with 92 e 40 and renurnbcr j n g oi and ninth graders and 52 of m and a sec. enlh graders marching. Rhodes and Howard Wallace lion ofOhio 69 in Preble, Mont- miu null] o U) i [j.iu., Friday, Ocl. 4. The event the groups. give new pupils at the sc h o ol---------- an opportunity to become ac-i Observance Set JAMESTOWN gomery and Greene Counlies. A public hearing was held on lhe project near Daylon, Aug 15. A seclimi of Ohio 69 win c h lies belwecn intersection the custom of 'a penny a mealjohjo 69 ,.70 and 1 .-....._ j per member." Building Fund be observed al the1 Church at the 1CM5 a.m. and p.m. scr- li n e renumbered Ohio 235. Gels Refund ST. LOUIS fAP) Police said Lossie Thompson of SI. Louis told them he got in the mail Wednesday, money he identified as coming from the JSI.OOQ burglary of his home last week. And they also pre- for a 'mortgage burning." bid and Krebs Construc- where you went lo school and The church members paid had a bid oE how you live. Similarly by-pass American Red Cross, the matronly talk of your i welli The lone bid received Wednes- shippea from Pmsburgh_after a1 soWi WJU) was on clty purchase of.busmess firm donated it. The dren', marks and how drens marks and hmv ceptive to returnees: education, bronze bell came from an old [football uniform equipment for soap, shaving cream and many gambling othcr Uems lhey able to obtain. the Department of Recreation. In compli a n c e with city pol un-school resulted But someone stole lhe bell Each girl In tlie class couple of weeks ago and police icy, the lone bid was not opened, 1 Me let if Mirtm N. IUI tattr UK 11 BELMONT AUTO THEATER 3 HITS NOW SHOWING haven't been able but will be submitted to City item for each bag. Those help- Commission for a decision. room representatives are elect Gazette Moto Routes Cover The County berger, Becky Abling, E m ma Lewis, Debbie Collier, Debbie j BANDS PERFORM Conner, Paulette Brandenburg I West's bands were TOMORROW! GIANT 3-UNIT SHOW! Hawaii Five-0 "FOR THE LOVE OF YOUR LIFE SEE FOR LOVE OF IVY" HURT lANUSTER Falricia Harty, Will Hutchtns, and Jim Backus The CBS Thursday Might Movie EXCITING HIT NO. ACTION HIT NO. 3 SUy home anrl go lo moTies. A PARAMOUNT PICTURE All eyes are on 2 CARTOONS CHILDREN UNDER 12 N70 CHARGE GATES OPEN AT DUSK A NICE PLACE TO 00 THE ULTRA-MODERN SEE IT NOW! PERFORMANCES AT P.M. WEDNESDAY "A MAN ANDlTwOMAN' r XENIA l   

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