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Times Recorder, The (Newspaper) - October 18, 1967, Zanesville, Ohio PAGE SECTION THE TIMES RECORDER. 7ANESVILLF. OHIO WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1967 Homer Hoff, 62, Dies; Bus Terminal Manager Romer 0. Hoff. 62. of 858 Dryden road, manager of Lake Shore Bus terminal here, died at p.m. Tuesday (Oct. 17) at Betbesda Hospital where hej had been a patient two weeks; following an ilbiess of two; years. I He was born June 1. 1905. in! Marietta, a son of Frank and.Funeral Deaths Funerals Thursday at Arthur Bryan Fu- neral Home with Rev. Le w i s in Fairview Cemetery. Friends may call after 7 p.m. Wed- Thompson officiating. Burial nesday at flie funeral home, will be in Memorial Park. I Pallbearers will be Tilton. Gail Chapman, 11) u n c a n H oward Kenneth B a t e s o n Virgil Virgil Miller. Everett Hennis Don To Speak In Washington The U. S. Department of Agri- JEWETT Kverett Hennis. culture, in conjunction with the Jennie Hoff. He had lived in Zanesville 55 yeais and had been with the transit company since its organization 35 years ago. In addition to being man- ager here he -was superintendent of lake Shore System between Hebron and Wheeling. Mr. Hoff was a member of Amity Lodge 5, Zavi Shrine, Springfield Grange and Lnion Home at McOwi-iMrs. Golda Ruppel and nelsville 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m I May WelN todav Sen-ices will ho held at 1 p.m PlPtcher, James Miller and Mrs'i Henry Albers. i Friends mav call at the Sen-ices will be held at 1 30 Thursday at Bmbach Funeraljfuneral home from 2 to 4 and; p.m Thursday at the funeral Home here with Rev. to 9 P-m- today, home with Rev Thomas Snyder1 Perkins officiating Burial will, officiating Burial will be Beverlv Cemeterv. Walter'69' of Jewett died Sunday of Health, Edu- '15) in St. John's Hospital in, cation and Welfare, has an- nounced that an Ohio school superintendent will be one of the featured speakers at the National Outlook Conference on in be in East Union Cemetery near; Summerfield Friends may call I j at the funeral home 7 to 9 p m. todav. Phillip J. Jr. Phillip James Keyes. Jr. 61. p. Miss Anna lieaton ML-S Anna L. Wheaton, 52, of 801 Warwick avenue died at Steubenville. He was a retired Harrison County Born in Harrison County in! 1898. he was a son of Jacob Ro.--etta Huff Hennis. i Mr. Hennis is survived bv Youth held Washington. D.C Oct. 23 26. The purpose of the conference widow Loretta. his mother: two u to bring into sharper focus brothers, Lloyd of Cadiz Sherman of Sewellsville. TR Weather Report: Cloudy Ohio: Cloudy and continued mild with Wednesday. intermittent rain Highs Wednesday from the mid 50s to mid 60s. Rain ending and turning cooler by Wednesday evening west and late Wednesday night eastern portions. Partly cloudy and cool Thursday. By United Press International West Virginia: Cloudy and mild with rain Wednesday. Highest Wednesday in the 60s. Thursday partly cloudy and cooler. Lake Erie: South to 'southeast winds increasing to 18 to 28 knots during Wednesday. Rain. Western Pennsylvania: Cloudy with intermittent Wednesday and light rain Wednesday night. Highs Wednesday from the mid 50s to mid 60s. Consid- erable cloudiness and cooler with rain ending Thursday night. PREVIEW OF ESSA WEATHER BUREAU FORECAST TO P.M. EST 10- SCA1UC of 619 Zane street died of, cancer at 2 p m Tuesday (Ort CHESTKRHII I. D.m. Movidav (Oct. 16) at! v, Good Samaritan Hospital endmg] WedneMav" at "letfer a three-year illnesfc She had Home in jewett Burial Mvron D a In the hospital I in Ranjdn Cemeten. International Transit 1159. He was a 32nd-degree'17) at Good Samaritan Hospital SI. of Sharpsburg Route for lhe paM montn- mason. .where he had been a died of a -troke at am. MKs was born Nov. He is survived by his months. He had been illjTue-day (Oct 17) at his home 14. 1914 in Zanesville. a daugh- Violet; four sons, James W., eight months j follow ing a six-month illness ter of Henn and Mabel Deavers; Donald R. and Ronald J., all of He was born Jan. 3. 1906. in He was bom June 26. 1886. hvWheaton and had been em- the home, and Robert A of a son of Phillip J. Wesley Township. Washington ployed as a cook at Goodwill Louis Mo.; two grandchildren, 'and Virginia Webb Keyes ;County, a son of Elisha Industries here. Friends may call at DeLong He had been employed for 26JKathe'rine She was also leader of Girl and Baker Funeral Home 7 to 9 years at Steel Mill. He1 Mr. Kene> was a Troon 39 for the oast '0 p.m. today and 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 was a member of Golden and "timber cutter. He years and wa's a member of p.m. Thursday. Edward H. McCONNELSYTLLE ward H. Stegner, 77. of Ed- Mc- Connelsville ftoute 3. father of two Muskingum County women. was dead on arrival at Good Samaritan Hospital about (Oct. 16) apparent after Lodge 30. and was a Morgan Co. Stirred BY Muslim Talk 32nd degree Mason. He was a trustee. was a former Berne Township Neighbors and j the economic, social, and edu- cational conditions affecting encourage programs to better' be meet the needs of rural youth. j Don Rushing, superintendent !of the River View School Dis- trict in Coshocton County, will present a speech entitled "How a Consolidated High School Pro- vides Better Opportunities For Rural Youth." Rushing, has been superin- tendent over 10 years in con- solidated schools. He has served as teacher and superintendent !at Glenford where prior to the Surviving are two aunts. Mrs. I veteran of World War n. He is survived by his widow.' CHESTERHII-L He is survived by a former Nettie Cook. whom. a venue countians have been suprintendency there, was also SANMUMCISCO 1JU Toda- NATIONAL SUMMARY is expected to fall over much ,8 a m......63 Noon 6S of area from New England sou-h- 2pm 67 ward to the and westward into portions of the Ohio-Tennesse Rain is also likely to spread inland along the north Pacific Coast and a few are possible ui upper Florida Ram last 24 hours pc Mrs. Virginia Peavy of Canton: i he married Jan. 1. 1909. four, of a sister. Mrs. Savannah Willett sons. Willard of Sharpsburg. nephe of Newark: and four grandchil-JDale of Columbus. Ned with the.samuel dren. His wife, a brother and i Army, and Keith of Alhambra. son Mich a nd Mrs Elsewhere, fair to partlv skies Ekmon c should predomma'e Warmer uea'.her is! Buffalo cv basketball coach with a winning __ Racer. 3656 Nelson road. the federation, are hoping ihe Bertram S Richardson. 1317 Che-terhill camp will help hoh Clover street. Joann Riggle the community together and Route 3- James stilt, 545 some of the problems Ra'. drive. Paul Tow n- found when their forefathers -end. Newark. Mr- Clara left the Middle EaM and found tie 918 Melmda ftiem-ehe1-- aero-- street. va-t countries j c Shaheen -aid referring to the rumor-. Mushm'-> are not an aggre-Mve neople. and when something like happens we tend to pull our hi e'.en farther Hillts HOMf 935 Forest Avenue j Phone 452-5494 Mr. Sonny 1126 St. Services p.m. Weditet- day dt our chapel. Interment Greenwood Cemetery. i Mr. Philip Keys, 619 Zane Street. w .Jt s been the challenge of civilization to educate young people Ue m the newspaper business are acutely aware that tomorrow's leaders are m the classroom todax. There's quite a knowledge gap between the most up-to-date textbook and what's happening in the world at this moment. That is why newspapers are called "living textbooks." Starting carIv to elop an awareness of the news gives voung people a better understanding of the world about them. That is why we sponsor a Neus Filmstrip series sent weekly to a selected list of local schools I hrough this educational program the day's news becomes alive and ex- citmgl Interests are broadened! Young people are motivated to satisfy an awakened curiosity and develop the newspaper reading habit! Education, as Plato said over 23 centuries ago, determines the future and the hope of the future lies in the youth in the nation's classrooms today! It is our challenge to insure that American Democracy plays creasmgly important role in the most dynamic society known to an m- i man! The Times Recorder t NEWSPAPER! iWSPAPERI
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