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Athens Sunday Messenger (Newspaper) - October 22, 1972, Athens, Ohio
For strip mine project the messenger Athens Ohio Sun. Oct. 22, 1972 Page 5 committee wants food Sale nets $500 for Hillel project Marietta a the Buckeye Hills Hocking Valley regional development District by Hurdd executive committee last week approved asking for appalachian regional commission arc Money for a strip mine reclamation project in the Wayne National Forest. Tile area covering to strip Sites in 307 acres is in Hocking and Athens counties. The request will be submitted with others at the end of the month to the state for presentation to the Federal arc program As a state project package for this fiscal year. Also approved for request by the executive committee was a Man cited after crash Douglas Diamond 22, Park Lane trailer Park pleaded innocent in Athens county municipal court Friday to Athens police charges of driving while intoxicated. Diamond was westbound on w. Washington Street at 1 45 a Friday when he drove his car into a parked car owned by Gavriel Raday 36, Columbus police said. Diamond s hearing will be oct. 31 and Bond was set at $300. Request for arc funds for a demonstration Rural transportation program. A request for Money to Purchase equipment for womb to in Athens a Public broadcasting system outlet was also included. Also at the executive committee meeting last week by Hurdd director John Matthews reported subcontracts have been signed for service in child development centers in a five county area. The project serving Athens Hocking and Perry counties includes centers to be located in Athens Nelsonville Logan and new Lexington with a fifth Center to be picked. The program will Start on dec. I. Project find a a ii it t a to w&w9wi underway monday is Holiday courthouse closed the Hillel women a auxiliary raised More than $500 for the committee to save Hillel House in its food Sale last wednesday according to or. Abraham Clearfield a co chairman of that committee. Or. Clearfield reported that the food Sale a the first event specifically planned to raise Money to help pay off the Hillel House mortgage a was a sold out by la ., and topped last years bake Sale by More than $200. People Are calling up saying project find is Well underway according to mrs. Carl Nessley Athens project chair Man for the red Cross. She said workers reported at a meeting thursday that approximately 75 to 80 Calls out of 250 have been made. Mrs. Margaret Langley who is associated with the Athens food stamp program gave the volunteers information on requirements for eligibility for food Stamps and instructions on How to interview applicants. A discussion session concerning problems volunteers encountered during interviews and the Aid workers might give persons with problems in applying for food Stamps was held. During the session mrs. Phyllis Ross Athens county welfare director encouraged volunteers to have possible applicants come to the welfare office if there was any doubt about their eligibility. -. From now until the program ends on nov. 15 workers will make Progress reports by phone mrs. Nessley said. Answer 3 Calls an Albany woman was taken to of Bleness memorial Hospital by Athens fire department emergency squad after she became ill at steppers Beauty shop on s. Court Street. Mrs. Olive Baughman was transported by the squad at 9 47 . Saturday. The squad also took Gary Jacobs 21, Centerville to of Bleness memorial Hospital at 4 30 . Saturday after he suffered a possible dislocated shoulder. And the fire squad responded to a Call Friday at la 50 a To 20 n. Congress St. Firemen said a paper sack on the Back porch of the Fenzel apartments had been on fire. Most Athens City and county offices will be closed monday in Observance of veterans Day. The county court House will be closed throughout the Day. The county commissioners scheduled to meet on monday will meet tuesday for this week. Athens City Hall will remain closed and business will resume As usual tuesday. The Athens Post office will be closed monday and there will be no regular deliveries. But special delivery and Box services will be maintained. Military service discussed five Athens representatives of the red Cross attended a training session in Logan wednesday concerning the service to military families program. Attending the session were or. And mrs. Burton Deveau Charlotte Latourrette mrs. Victor Greico and mrs. Louise Berry executive director of the Athens red Cross. Mrs. Jill Hairston who is in charge of the emf program for the Central and Southeastern Ohio area led discussions about assisting and obtaining emergency Loans for service people or their families and securing a Transfer of bases for hardship cases. Harris released Athens fire chief Harland Harris was dismissed from of Bleness memorial Hospital where he had been undergoing a series of tests. Radio manager to speak j. David Martin general sales manager of Krc radio in Cincinnati will be guest lecturer in broadcast management and broadcast sales classes this week in the Ohio University school of radio television. At 3 . Wednesday Martin will join a discussion session in room 460, radio television building on College St., which will be open to the Public. Martin has eight years experience in broadcasting. He joined Taft broadcasting in 1966 As an account executive and in mid-1969 was promoted to local sales manager of tafts Kansas City station Daf to a Post he held until returning to Krc in Cincinnati. That the food is As Good As they thought it would be a Clearfield said. A i Only wish we had More inn application change asked Ohio department of liquor control director Richard e Guggenheim said a Transfer application is currently being processed for Midway inn it Nelsonville. Guggenheim said an application was received oct. 6 re questing Transfer of a d-5 per Mit night club for Sale of Beer wine or spirituous liquor by the Glass until 2 30 a a fron Kathryn Maxine Mcdaniel t Kathryn Maxine Dickens. Women in the auxiliary so that we could produce More he said that the Success of the Sale coupled with an influx of More than $2,000 during a fund raising Campaign waged last summer will allow the Hillel House organization to make its regular mortgage payments a for the next six or seven or. Clearfield called the first phase fund raising Effort Quot very successful a and said it would give the committee to save Hillel House a a breathing space in its drive to raise More than $22,000 to pay off a mortgage on its new building. Joins staff sex Bobcat basketball Star Tom t. A Corde has joined the sales staff of Page Chevrolet e. State Street in Athens. Corde Carriage Hill was Captain of the 1970-71 of team. M. A a. Ira w. Burnfield Republican candidate for Athens county treasurer the candidate with proven qualifications and experience. Your vote and support appreciated v Rumm pol. Adv. Elect. Wilma Allen for Athens county recorder Wilma Allen deserves your vote because of experience a the vital experience necessary to manage the office in an efficient and courteous manner. All of us want and should demand the Best person with Best qualifications to fill our local county offices. Wilma Allen has acquired her experience by working in the county recorder s office for the past 8 years. With your help and support she will continue to operate the office in the Best and most efficient manner. Wilma Allen deserves your vote. Paid for by Allen for recorder comm. 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