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Circleville Herald (Newspaper) - December 21, 1970, Circleville, Ohio The Circleville Herald Mon. Dec. 21, 1970 Curili Vilf Ohio health Board recommends action for problem areas problem Arras of the county j the hog operation during the allies brought to the attention a it Pickaway county health Hope Rome a i were reviewed Friday by Board members and county sanitarian to. T. Blaney. Action taken by the Board was also reviewed and future recommended action made concern big a complaint made a mrs. Janies How Man that nov. 22 tour of the county. In the opinion of the members waste treatment is perfect until it leave the building. Adequate si7.o lagoons would remedy the problem. The county sanitarian u to make necessary contacts with sources qualified to recommend adequate Lagoon size to sue continued from Page 1 told How difficult it was to get 2,000 bombers off the Field for an operation. The . Leaders did no to reply. Hut. Portal assailing a . Proposal to install a supreme air commander in Europe and t he Mediterranean told the Amer cams that i her the Royal j Mon pleas court. Air Force jurors selected court news Myca notes and news for Winter term jurors tor the Winter term of tin and in til juries were selected saturday morning in the clerks office of the com sewage was draining through Coss fully treat wastes of this it ills of her farm on Perrill particular mass operation. The Hoad Blaney reported positive information is to be forwarded action Wadu be taken to deter to the property owner and hog mine the origin of sewage. He farm operator. Informed the Board a specialist of the so ate health depart me t bad let Een called on to do what was necessary to locate the source. This matter been on the further complaints concerning odor from the hog farm in Derby were received by Hoard president Richard l. Christensen. The Board agreed they could to no action at Board Agenda for Many Mouth. 1 this time. An i Junction has the problem was acknowledged but no Ai Ribolt alive action had heretofore been taken. Local c q u 1 c n t resources Are inadequate to conduct an in Leoti nation and Deal with the problem Accordi in to Blaney. It had let Een brought to the attention of the health department that a Rode t problem exists at Ashville Grain Mill. Because the Board feels this is primarily the concern of Mill management. A d to their in-1 Teress by Correct the problem the county Board will take necessary action. Further discussion Friday i was aimed at the hog farming operation on Congo Creek in been filed but the health department w Ith the local court for the operation to be halted. It is up to the court to make a decision. Until the Case is heard he department will continue to Check operations of the farm a complain t from reside a s in the Smith Road area of Darby twp. Was referred to township trustees. The nature of the complaint was that bread being used in some hog feeding i Ami bread wrappers were lit j tearing the area. Present at the december mooting of the Board were members Richard l. And Ihu i s an corps should let a led by a combined staff or one service had to be subservient to the other. Portal said he was not prepared to recommend that the Royal air Force be under . Air corps direction. The combined chiefs of staff was created by president Roosevelt and prime minister Church 11 during a me ring in Washington a month after Pearl Harbor. It ran the global military operations of the Western allies until after the Victory of Japan Ami was disbanded in 1947. The British Public records office released 89 volumes of minutes of pcs meetings along with thousands of related items a to Al of about 100,000 documents. Only the records up to Dee. 31, 1945, were released today the res will be made Public later. And Many documents of the 1942-45 period were withheld for Security reasons. Deaths a curule in. President mrs. H. U a a a is William Hildenbrand vice a a a it a a a apr Paul Fen a unable to establish re rays a maker or Frnk a Mai to a. A is Russ �.1 Saltars an Blaney. B o a r d members visited mainly about people see the new English Bible with the apocrypha a just arrived at Gard s Book store 236 e. Franklin St., open evenings. Had. All offices of the third National Bank will be open until noon Ott wednesday dec. 23. Had. The first National Bank will not be open saturday dec. 26, 1970 in Observance of the Christmas Holiday. Had. Santa Claus will be at eagles i Hall on tuesday evening Dei. 22, at 6 . For All children 14 and under. Had. The All new varieties of poinsettias being grown by Brehmer greenhouses this year. A re a great improvement Over j the varieties formerly grown. Had. Pickaway arms will be closed at 2 . Christmas eve and will reopen dec. 29. Had. Burglars hit area Homes two cases of breaking and entering and grand larceny Are under investigation by the Pickaway county sheriffs department. Neil Rhoads route 1, notified the sheriffs department someone had burglarized his House Between 6 45 . And 8-30 . Saturday. Missing were two shotguns three rifles and Scopes an adding machine a typewriter three radios and numerous Christmas gifts. Value was set to 1014.46. Irwin an Gall of Orient reported the theft of a Shotgun Rifle clothing and toys from his residence sunday evening. Items were valued at $146.43. Or. Ervin l. Kocisek or. Evin l. Kocher 84. Of 306 s. Pickaway St., died 1 10 . Sunday at his Home. Born april 17, 1886 in Stoutsville he was the son of John Paulina Pei gel Kocher. Surviving Are he widow. Hazel Hoffman Focher five sons Clarence san Francisco Calif. Harry Ray and Paul All of Circleville and Gerald. Ashville four daughters mrs. Harold Helen Abney Cir Cleville mrs. Charles Doris Llin on. Pataskala mrs. Raph Ruby Peters and mrs. Robert Betty Peters both of Ashville 15 grandchildren eight great grandchildren. Services will be 2 30 . Wednesday a the Defenbaugh funeral Home with pastor Carl ene Zehne officiating. Burial will be in Maple Hills cemetery in Stoutsville. Friends May Call at the funeral Home beginning 7 . Monday. Tinkis will close 6 . Christmas eve and remain closed until monday dec. 28. Had. Pettit a appliance 130 s. Court St. Will be closed sat., dec. 26, and will reopen monday dec. 28, 8 30 . Had. Appliance amp refrigeration 126 w. Main St., will be closed sat., dec. 26 and Reo Peir monday dec. 28, 9 00 . Had. L. M. Butch co. Will be closed All Day saturday dec. 26 and saturday Jan. 2. Had. The american loan company will be closed saturday december 26. Had. The landmark store 312 w. Mound St., will close at noon in hurs. Dec. 24 and Noo. Thursday dec. 31. Had. The Scioto building 6c loan will be closed saturday december 26 and saturday january 2. Had. Markets hog prices All net were received by the howling Stock Yards co. Here today As follows 190220 lbs., $16.60 220 240 lbs., $16.10 240-250 lbs. $15.60 250-260 lbs., $15.10 260270 lbs., $14.60 270-280 lbs., $14.10 280-290 lbs., $13.60 280 300 lbs., $13 10 300350 lbs., $12.10 350 400 lbs., $10.60 180 190 lbs., $15.10 160180 lbs., $14.10. Cash noes paid to Farmers in Circle Villa wheat. 1.62 liar Corn. 1.41 shelled Corn. 1.48 soybean. 2-80 oat. .64 heavy Hen. .12 1 20 spelt. .45 cd a a Price Pata to Farmers to King a ton wheat. 1-82 kor Corn. 1.43 Shell Corn. 1.48 a soybean. 2.81 oata75 Cash Prinea paid to Farmer in Souliv tie wheat. 182 Shell Corn 1 48 kor Corn. 1.41 soybeans. 2.7� out. -75 say riots widened army spying Detroit apr a former Arney intelligence agent says Hie service greatly expanded Domestic spying after the Detroit riot of 1967 exposed gaps in its knowledge of possible civil dissenters. In a to phone interview quoted by the Detroit free press Ralph m. Stein an sex a gent living in Flushing n.y., a d that prior to the s riot a the army had Only a few people in Washington monitoring newspapers and Stein said that in 1967-68 he was in charge of the army intelligence a left Wing desk in Washington a National Collet Tion Point for information about Radical activity. The Detroit riot a came As a Surprise a he said a and the intelligence officers got uptight because they were unable to answer All the of the Stein said is superiors in army intelligence a were very Quot oils piracy oriented. They Felt like if they could just find out who organized vie riots and who ran them then they might be Able to Stop during the riot Stein said he had an open line to the 113th m itary intelligence group the army a Detroit intelligence Branch. A they were sending every bit of information they could a he said. A including the number of drunks after the riot Stein said two other desks were added one for right Wing activity and another for racial matters. He said the s be of the Section was increased from three men to 15. Keck resigns Post As Ual president Chicago apr Ual inc., the holding company for United air line announced today the resignation of George e. Keck As president and chief executive officer. Ual inc. Said he has been succeeded by Edward e. Carlson who was elected president a my chief executive officer of Ual inc. And will be elected to the same position of the airline in a few Days. Mrs. Laura z. Sabine mrs. Laura z. Sabie 84, of 420 e. Union St., died 3 . Sunday in Grant Hospital Columbus. Bom nov. 25, 1886 in Cir Cleville she was the daughter of Ross and Minerva Starkey Thompson. Her Husban d Varoe Sabine preceded her in death in 1937. Survivors include three sons Albert 420 e. Union St. John. Ashville and Charles route 3 two daughters mrs. Basil Elsea Mae Isaac Kokomo ind. Mrs. Clarence Dorothy Messick route 3, it Sterling 19 grandchildren 13 great grandchildren. Services will be 11 . Wednesday at the Defenbaugh funeral Home with Rev. Melvin Maxwell officiating. Burial will be in the Hitler Ludwig cemetery. Friends May Call at funeral Home beginning 7 monday. The . Making the a election were the jury commissioner Ludwig Haeker and a e. Dountz. Also present at the drawl g w Ere judge William Ammer sheriff Dwight Radcliff and Sara Dresbach clerk. Selected As prospective jurors were 130 persons including grand jury Robert k. Hinton Tarlton Robert Dennis new Hollad Roy l. Dunkle route 1 Joyce a. Armstrong 223 Ceda Heights Charles m. Boggs 146 w. Mound St. Wilbur r. Graham Orient Robert l. Cul Lunis 1177 in my Pine re. Anneal h. Elliott Ashville William h. Skinner. New Holland Patricia a. Norris 445 Stella ave. Bette l. Hang 128 w. Union St. Lawrence a Carle route 2 Mack c. Young 445 n. Pickaway St. Raymond r. Reachel Derfer route 4 Marjorie Myers route 4 David Crawford. 509 n. Court St. Ben c. Duvall. Ashville Betty Koch Lockbox to Everett savers Ashville Wheeler Ray Ritti Ger route 3 Delmar d. Ashcraft Orient Ralph Fitzgerald it. Sterling Don c. Roush jr., Orient Bessie Spradlin Orient Emma m. Curlet route 1 Janice s. Glitt Ashville William d. Heiskell 912 Circle or. William Weaver Weldon. 410 s. Court St. Margot a. Shuttleworth 122 w Franklin St. Matilda b. Peck 140 Hillcrest Petit jury Ella Mae Mcgath Orient Ethel s. Gaines route 4 Wilison h. Leist 360 Watt St. By it cd h. Koch 423 s. Pickaway St. Helen Tarball new Holland Paul Anderson Williamsport Robert Ramey a Humle Robert s. Armstrong Ashville Mason it. Young 317 e. Mound St Ito or a. Smith route 4 John a. Eva n Srou c 3 m. Fulton route 1 r u b y e. Stover Loek Boule Roger Kline route 2 Dorothy e. Bush Williamsport Earl d. Boen 510 e. Main St. Lawrence r. Liston 151 Wafi St. George w. Sparks Rou e 1 Ruth ii. Athey 226 e. Mound St. Austin h. Hoover route 2 Russell Newhouse Kingston William e. Clark 214 Cedar Heights Eugene Hinton route 2 Regina m. Helwagen 813 n. Court St. Judith m. White route 4 Helen l. Barr 1g0 town St. Clarabel Rose Williamsport Flora m. Jenkins route 3 Myrtle l. Good 411 e. Franklin St. Jack p. Whie 975 Circle or. Melody Shea 515 Edgewood or. Russell Waydelich route 4 Patricia l. Manson route 1 Dianne Drew 320 Walnut Creek Pike Gwendola june cum mans Tarlton j. Roger Schneider route 4 Peter m. Cliftona 474-6301 open 6 45 a starts 7 30 Thomas 121 Ohio St. Herbert l. Hamm Al 531 s. Court St. Marjorie a. Smith 327 e. Union St. Donald l. Medal. Williamsport Kern Downs Stoutsville Charles e. Hutchinson 438 e. Ohio St. Lola m. Schleicher Orient Freda n. Collin 124 e. High St. Georg Fowler 470 half ave. Ken Pitt of Morga n 445 e. Union St. Carl Darrell Bennett Ashville Wolf Stout 316 e. Franklin St. Leona m. Delong. Route 4 Betty c. Ehman Orient j Harley Hilton. Clarksburg Deloris c. Bowers 443 12. Main St. Carl w. Tracy 407 s. Court St. William k. Dixon 117 Highland ave. Fred k. Mavis. 1089 Sunshine St. Frances g. Osborne Ashville Owen b. J Carpenter Orient Dorothy j hard my a Stoutsville Robert i n. Call route 4 Nedra a. Blaney 216 town i St. Charles f. Cremeans Ash Villa Carl Malone 332 Walnut St. Mark o. Armstrong 535 Ridgewood or. Curtis b. Fisher Ashville Martha Lee Stoutsville Walter e. Melvin 160 Hillcrest Angie m. Alkire it. Sterling Mabel l. Six i Orient Maxine l. Elsea 257 n. Court St. Johi w. Maxwell Orient Florence Redman it. Sterling Mabel list Williamsport Richard h. Jordan 204 Logan St. J. Donald Mason 437 n. Your St. Helen Bartholomew 206 Pontious la a Evelyn l. Peart route 2 William Reisinger new Holland Elizabeth m. Orr 303 s. Court St. Emerson c. Spicer 133 e. High St. Naomi Blain route 1 Elizabeth a. Sims 120 w. High St. Ned a. Strous route 4 Vaughn Dresbach a Iville Marvene Holder Man 609 n. Court St. William a. Goodchild 616 Beverly re. Leon Van Vliet Garden Parkway Gene Doyle new Holland Mabel Fisher Ashville Thomas w. Walker 1318 s. Pickaway St. Eileen d. Randle Laurelville Dorothea Woodward 125 Mugo St. Elay be Miller route 3 Lvi Irp in led Linda d Mcgarvey Routt 2, Williamsport to Larry m. Meg Arvoy route 2, William sport couple was married oct. 21, 1966 three children plaintiff alleges extreme cruelty marriage licenses issued Gerald Lee Dos Bennett 19, Laurelville Farmer and Janet Lou Hunter 17, route 4. Student James d. Hooker 26, Clr Cleville. Ohio Nat Oival guard and Anna May Storrs 29, route 4, dental assistant Richard m. Mccalla 21, Mechanicsburg s t. Regis Market service Center and pm . Gose 25, route to state of oho Bureau workmen a compensation real estate Transfer George k. And Eva s. Wright v James l. And Caryl m. Lecoskey lot 44, Extension Spring hollow subdivision Circleville phone company Given Okay to Bury Cable p1 c k a w a y county com missioners today Gra ted permission to general Telephone co. To Bury Cable along route 752 for a distance of 8,400 feet. Hewitt Cromley Ashville was in the commissioners office today questioning their right to Grant such permission. A letter from Roy Huffer county prosecutor informed the commissioners they did have the right. Cromley contended the Telephone company had blocked tile drab ring a part of his farm when they buried a Cable end had not repaired the damage. The prosecutors letter stated it was Cromley a responsibility to have the Telephone company repair the tile even Hough the commissioners had granted the permission to Bury the Cable. \ Christina vacation schedule according to the y director Harold Hewitt tin Myca will close at 5 . On thursday Ami if Emain closed on t his Mas Day saturday anti sunday. Activities will resume Dee. 28. The y will close at 5 . On Dee. 31 and remain closed on Jan. 1, 1971. On Jan. 2, the Myca will be open from 9 . To 5 . And will be open Jan. 3 from i to 6 for the menus basketball league. According to Hewitt Grade school boys and girls Are scheduled in the build i g from 9a.m. To Nosir daily. Other gym activities include the menus noon to 1 . Basketball Junior High boys open gym from 1 to 3 ., senior High boys and College boys open gym from 3 to 5 . And menus 5-6 . Open gym and exercise. The late evening gym schedule will remain the game since karate classes have stopped during vacation1, the gym will be open on mondays for Junior High boys from 6 to 7 30 . And senior High and College boys from 7 30 to 9p,. Myca offers menus 4 month membership a new four months Myca membership is now being offered by the local Myca for $10. The new menus membership will give Lull gym and informal education privileges for four months. At the end of the four months the members Hove the Opportunity to pay a to in Luke for a full men s physical membership. Consider one of these four months memberships for Christmas. Other Myca m e m liars hips Are family youth physical youth and adult social. Additional information on this worthwhile Christmas gift can be obtained in time for Christmas. For details Call the Myca office from 9 to 9, 474 8621. . To reduce Okinawa Force Tokyo apr . Officials in Japan and Okinawa announced today that american forces w ill be reduced by 17,000 men in the next six months. The .-Japan joint Security consultative committee announced that about 12,000 troops and a like number of japanese employees would be affected in Japan. The . High commissioner in Okinawa it. Gen. James 1. Lampert said about 5,000 . Servicemen and 2,800 okinawan employees would be affected on the Island which is due to be returned to Japan in 1972. Mary May Yates 345 Lewis re. Stanley Stout Ashville Walter l. Writsel Orient Alfred f. Axe Ashville Margaret Walker 146 w. High St. Miriam Barnhart 200 Northridge re. George ii. Coon Ashville Chartos e. Hawks Tarlton. Servicemen located Saigon a the american red Cross said today it had located about 95 per cent of 300 . Servicemen in Vietnam who did no to know they had two week Home leaves arranged. Use the classifieds Auto fire doused a Blaze in a station Wagon owned by Robert Dollison route 1, caused an estimated $200 damage to the engine parts sunday afternoon at 2 30. Circleville firemen extinguished the Blaze in he Auto on n. Pickaway St. A backfire into the Carburettor was determined As the cause of the Blaze. A thought for today the happiest people Are those who touch life at the greatest number of Points. People who suffer Are those who have Only one interest of which Fate robs them. A Theodore Roosevelt presented As a Public service every Day by first National Bank Circleville two injured in separate crashes two Young men were injured in two minor accidents Over the weekend in Pickaway county. Nineteen year old Arthur c. Carle jr., Chillicothe received abrasions to his right in a one car crash Early monday morning on route 56. He was referred to his doctor for treatment. Carle was driving on route 56 in Washington twp. When he failed to make a curve in the Road and went into a Fence. No citations were issued by sheriff Deputy John Bost. Sunday after Foon at i ., Deputy Bob Hoover investigated a single ear crash on Palestine Williamsport Road at the intersection with Adkins Road. The Driver Clinton a. Redding 18, of Orient was cited Lor driving left of Center when his Auto failed to make the Stop went through the intersection and turned Over into a ditch coming to rest on its top. Redding received hand injuries and was referred to his family physician for treatment. Tonight Only the one and Only original Cecil b. Demiller a 1927 production and biblical epic Quot the King of Kings Quot sound effects amp music added h. B. Warner portrays Christ this version has never i been shown on to tuesday evening open 6 30 a shorts 6 45 straight at 7 30 no tvs a Elliott Candice Gould Bergen a a six pm hit no. 2 Williamsport fire destroys barn t h e a it. Sterling and Williamsport fire departments answered a Call to the residence of Francis Caudy route 1, Williamsport at 8 . Sunday where a barn was on fire. Gaudy and his father Cecil Caudy tried to contain the Blaze but were unsuccessful in their attempts and called the it. Sterling department. Damage has not been determined the Boston Strangler a a in in of Wisp. Thors. Santa amp the 3 rears i mum fill bib Twa tri or tim Cliftona theatre Rhone 471-6301 . Evening a 7 . All seats $1.00 As advertised 011 to two weeks ago in Columbus a amp Aitra <31 in enchanting tale of three hibernating Lears and How they first discover the magic and wonder of Chris Mae the House will be cleared at a . To i a reptile1 will show it 9 20 Only wednesday thursday for the sweater Man sleeveless Pullover Cardigan Arnold Palmer Alpaca. From $ 7.50 $1195 $13.95 from $24.00 sweater shirts $12.95 notice Caddy Millers will be closed sat. Dec. 26, 107 1 and sat. Jan. 2, 1071 Caddy Millers menus shop

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