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Circleville Herald (Newspaper) - November 21, 1960, Circleville, Ohio Central team Lowell Thomas enjoys his visit Here edges deers in 64-53 tilt Williamsport got off to a flit still saturday night hut dropped a 64 s3 basketball int to invading Chillicothe Catholic Central. The peer hitting full fore from outside. Jumped to a 23 13i margin in the opening Quarter. However the tide changed in the latter stages As Catholic Central took the Acong Edge. Williamsport a Noble led All scoring for the earning with la Points. Ste Ink inter added 14 and 14 and Mccoy la. C. Fadden was tops for Chilli Leothe with 20 Marker. Purpero added 15 and Stark 12. Williamsport won he third straight Reserve game 47 32. Sophomore Ricky Pond led the Way with 15 Point. Re tim j come 4-i a. C. Rad.-. A s be Stark s s it Pupparo $-1 13. Hutch a a j-d-6 6 Cook 1-0-1 it. Fadder 00-0. Tote r 104 in \ Mac wort Mccoy soil state haul rms pal Mer 1-14 Harper to. Hob s i to Jart of l l 3 Gerti Ardt poo at a gtd too total 4-0-33. Seer it que Isi total Chillicothe. Is a is ill will am port. A i i a p referee so of k b my tin fir Here ret Gam we it 47 chill m drugged child Case resumed in Cleveland Elk pc land apr the trial j of mrs. Lillian Fratantonio 29. 1 interrupted after five Days last j september because of the judge s j fatal i uness begin anew today i with selection of a juvenile court by Edgar Hebb. Laurence priest and Ned Schreiner of the Jaycees mayor Ben Gordon police chief Robert Temple and Deputy sheriff Dwight Radcliff jury charged with child neglect in the drugging of her a sleeping Beety daughter. Venita. 5. And Bern dete. I in. Fratantonio has pleaded innocent. 1/ convicted she could receive a maximum sentence of a year in jail and a 1500 Floe. A my trial a declared on sept la because of the illness of judge Margaret j. Spellers who pre rid of at the first trial from sept 19 through sept. 23. Judge spel Laeyt shines resulted in her death two weeks ago. Opposing counsel in the trial opening Tojay Are the same As two months ago and proceedings tor the first several Day Are peeled to retrace ground covered at the earlier trial. Markets Circleville hog markets hog Price ail net were reported by the Pickaway livestock Coop association Here today As follows 190 220 la$1100 230 240 $17.00 240-260 ., $17.10 200 20 ibo $16 6020-300 lbs16.10 boo-350 lb., 15.60 350-400 in $15,10 180 190 . 17 60 100-170 ., 16 60 sows 15.00 Down. Foul weather almost threw a cramp into a visit Here yesterday by famous news commentator in Weli Thomas. Thomas scheduled to do a commercial to film Here for i ruled states steel had trouble flying to Columbus Dun to fog i which pre vented his plane from Landing on time. After a forced Landing at Cleveland the huge aircraft carrying the noted author and radio a noun j Cor finally touched Down in Odum n4 released and two were treated bus at about noon. The delay Caus j and transferred to University to cd the local Jaycees welcoming committee some anxious moments and almost forced some Well played plans to go astray. However once Thomas reached Circleville the show went off in Good fashion and several Jaycees breathed a sigh of Relief. T the Thomas film entered Oigt the Pickaway county Library s Bookmobile. The show featuring Thomas and several local persons is scheduled As a commercial on the u. S steel hour television Thomas plane could t land. They j headed Back to Circleville but just North of the City were notified i that the aircraft had managed to come in. On the t i r s t trip Home the group left Here Early yester Deputy Radcliff and chief tem a it a Nornine in a t0 in 111111 up a halted the procession to handle seven treated at Berger five emergencies were treated elevator Belt while picking Corn saturday. Diana Moss 18 months daughter of or. And mrs Kenneth route i drank bleach at Home saturday. F the Rev. Charles Paul 65, co Lumbus received Chest injury and 1 rib fractures in an Auto Accident j South of Kingston yesterday. He was transferred to University hos i Pital. J mrs. Charles Paul. 60, Columbus i passenger in the Auto driven by i her husband received Chest in j juries in the Accident South of Kingston. She was transferred to University Hospital. Show slated in Ece tier 14 a a a a Clear brisk Day highlighted Cincinnati apr the City t Ricky Kise. 4. Son of or. And the filming Here which took place Council of suburban Cheviot plans mrs Chester else. Route 4. Cut his at Logan Elm school Dunmore a hah it Ovri Ltd a a Road and at an area along s. Sci Oto st. And Union st theme of the commercial film is Quot Lowell Thomas views Progress in America the Bookmobile operated by Driver Weldon Owens and staff librarians miss Dorothy Smedley and mrs. Ralph Amey played a prominent part in the filming. Thomas was met at the Airport Pital Columbus during the weekend. William Shirey to of 722 s. Washington st., Cut his left mid die. Ring and Index Finger in an Cincy suburb flans probe of gambling another incident during the morning cropped up when Orley Bosworth a member of the Jay revs had Battery trouble Witt his camera loaded cargo truck. The welcoming party doffed their dignity pushed the truck around the Edge of the Airstrip and finally got it to running although it was rather a Tough Day the local Jaycees today thanked All who helped in the program including mayor Gordon the sheriff and police departments Beaver studio local parents the Continental restaurant and others. A Public hearing on reports of vice j get Index Finger while playing on and gambling in that City of 10,683 i a a Ltd p fat borne saturday which adjoins Northwest Cincin j of Hgt Hist Dawson i daughter of or. And mrs i mrs it Oia in a in. Cash Prim Oral Colu. Pud to Farmer to bars. Light hew. Keavy Hen. Young Roo Etoni. Old ref Tiff. Blitter. Chicago Chicago apr Hoer 7.coo Butcher .09 .17 to .71 i sea most la to heft 1 Hor a higher mixed lots 1-1 and mixed i i lao ago it butchers in to in to around ass head la Imus it a mixed i s and mixed j la i to it is mixed 1-3 and mixed �-3 ton so la 17 toll of mixed Grade 1-3 and mixed #�1 st soc la own its i to mixed Grade a 3 and 3e 400 so Tbs 13 75100 cattle is too. Calve too Slaughter steer Active. 13 to 75 higher 9 loads prime 1,115 la steers to to Choice and prime too 1.450 11m in mostly prime i.4 la at w of several loads food to mostly Choice �?T.500-1,550 ids 50 in net Good steer 74 Toto 50 few High Good 1,000 Lim to to Load Standard 1.0 to 30. Load lots mixed Choice and pome Heifer 73 to of most chevre 54 vol 30, Good Grade Shi 30 4 5. Commercial cow 14 00-14 00 Fanner and Cutter ii.30-14 5� Utility and Eom Mereial Bull 17.50-to.oo. Good and Choice a tales ii loss 06, a part Load Good and Choice Trilb Stock a teem s4 of a Load of medium and Good and la feeding steer a 30. Heep l500 steady four decks mostly Choice with s email cod of prime 105 la mixed shorn and cooled lambs 17 50 several lot Choice and prime 90-105 la wooled native lambs 17.50 food and Choice 13 to cull to Choice a laughter Ewe 4 00-3 of. Columbus Columbus. Ohio of a Hoff scentral and Western Ohio markets reporting to the Ohio Pep of agr s so ext in ated. Meekly to higher than Friday on butchers steady to to Hofher on sows no i average Good butchers it oath la 17.tms of graded to i meat types i of to is Isis 30. Bowe under 350 Ibe 14.73-15 to to 4� 17 so-17 73 t40 to 17 to-17.50 to ten be is 73-17 of to my be in a in to Over soo be 15.73-Iaoe. Cattle from Columbus Frediue livestock co operative Assn �?600. Selling at auction. Veal calve a Light steady Choice and prime veal to 00-33 to Choice and Good to stand a a and Good la Toto of Utility 16 00 Down. Sheep and lambs Light steady Etna try Choice 16.30-17 5�, Good and Choice is 50-16.50 Commer-�1�5 n<5 food ll.50-15.50 cull and Utility in 5� 8 5� Down. Mainly about people mrs. Lloyd Petty sr., route 4, under went surgery today in White Cross Hospital Columbus. She ii in room 17. For information on Niagara Cycle Massage Contact Freda Mader 141 Pinckney Street. Circleville. Or 4-4254. Or Jane schlepp Groveport Temple 6-5589, had 56 50 thanksgiving dance at the Pavilion. Williamsport 9 of to 12 00 thursday nov. 24th. Music by the melodies. Sponsored by child study league had. Chicken supper december 3 from 5 30 to 7 30 at the Washington twp. School. Sponsored by the Washington twp p t o. Had or. C. P. Kout Ahn will be out of his office wed nov. 23rd thru nov. 26. I j i w i Natl. Council voted at an unusual sunday night meeting to hold the hearing after questioning police chief Emmet Zoller As to Gamb Ling operations. The meeting was called after Federal tax agents raided u be a carryout establishment Friday and arrested two men on charges of engaging in horse race and football gambling tax stamp the Pony Keg operated by Robert j. Cavanaugh 49, is on Harrison Avenue the main bus Ness thoroughfare through the City Zoller admitted to the councilmen that he had heard reports of gambling at the Pony Keg but de dared he never had been Able to get any evidence. A the Cavanaugh Only use the phone a a Zoller said. A when he sees you walk around the Corner he hangs up Quot some of the councilmen questioned Zoller As to How Federal agents got their evidence in tie police chief could not get it. Zoller said he had told a state liquor agent of tile reports of gambling at the Pony Keg and expressed belief the state officer May have tipi a off Federal agents. Court news or and mrs. James Dawson. Canal Winchester was treated after drinking kerosene at a friends Home yesterday. Thomas Davidson 20. Of 364 Barnes ave suffered abrasion of i the right leg when he fell from a of ladder while putting a roof on a House trailer yesterday new citizens divorce granted Marvene Styers is. John w. Styers. Real estate transfers William l. And Marvene Fence to Pearl Stapleton. .25 of an acre new Holland 3 30. George Finch to William and ruse Fowler 0.2272 of an acre commercial Point 1.10. Sheriff Charles a Radcliff to Walter j. And Amelia r. Gamer 86.79 acres. Jackson twp., $22. Marriage licenses issued Kenneth Donald Julian. 33, Tarlton. Cement finisher and Etta Elaine Garrett 26, Box 535. Circleville be employee. Charles Lee Mcgraw 18, route 4. Chillicothe labourer and will Mester Allen or. And mrs. Fred Allen Lan Caster Are the parents of a son Jean Johnson 18, of 113 n Scioto bom at i 29 p. In saturday in Ber st. Ger Hospital. Miss Denney n a a or and mrs. William t. Denney resignation re chs jr., 459 e. Ohio st., Are the parents of a daughter bom at 9 18 a m. Arp Annii Norl saturday in Berger Hospital. A c Quot flounce master Wheeler Rev Donald e. Mitchell or. And mrs John Ray Wheeler. 146 e. Mound st., indicated in the a Ltd die. Are tile parents of a son pulpit yesterday that he would re it a at 11 30 p. In. Yesterday in sign As moister of the presbyterian Ian Church in january. Ii tim r. Lemuel b. Waldon member of or and mrs. William salyers., the Board of elders stated that the Circleville Herald mon november 21, 1960 Circleville Ohio Ohio weekend Berger my ask it wit _ 4 fur a it 4"a?r4 Arr Al wit , i.,ii ,.ma, fell into the in of thin in loin a to Alrh feature Tho pit i it i mint Library Bookmon Ftfe. Pictured Here front left ire police thief Robert Temple. Thorn. Xavior Hen fiord. Dot. A feh Radcliff and web of urn Loc. Webb directed the Here Thorn Here but a , 2 it in big <4 a commercial which will be presented of the u. S. Steel hour december 14.phot by Beaver studio an Accident on route 665 near Lockbourne a few minutes later they rushed Back to Columbus to make another Effort to get Thomas Here. This time the try was a Success. Route 3, Are the parents of a daughter bom at 3 45 p in yesterday in Berger Hospital. Miss Wolfe or. And mrs. Fred Wolfe. Route a a Vav Vuu Usu Down Naughter sheep t ii Christmas club now open interest paid h a completed on is Circleville savings a banking co. J. C. Penney Holiday store hours open every wed. Afternoon Friday and saturday nights now till Christmas. Had. Horny gift shop trill remain open All Day wednesday closed thursday. Had. Imperial thanksgiving dinner roast Turkey with All the trimmings. Baked Ham with Cherry sauce Tbone steaks and pork chops delicious homemade pies and hot Rolls. Franklin inn. Had Blue ribbon Dairy store will be open thanksgiving Day 8 a. In. To 12 noon there a ii i be no route deliveries in Aile. Had. Tailored Protection pay Only for the coverage to need Call or 4 2220 a a a rat Lewis e. Cook insurance amp bonding to West main Columbus Hunters fined Hospital Ezra m Stepp and James h Thompson both of Columbus each 1 was fined $15 and coct in Circle Ville municipal court saturday on j charges of Hunting before the Legal opening hour. Game protector Fred a Schob filed the accusations. British gypsies gather for funeral of Queen London apr Britain gypsies converged today in the Little Hamlet of Hase Bury Plucknett for the funeral of Queen Eliza Woods their ruler for 40 years. Nobody knows for sure exactly How old Queen Eliza was. Members of her family say she was in her 90s when she died saturday. Starlight the Rev. Mitchell would announce his official resignation at the congregational meeting january 15. ,. More than 20,000 sperm whales 3 Are the parents of a daughter Are killed each year a 60 foot born at i 3 a. In. Today in Berger whale yields 80 barrels of sperm Oil continued from Page one Lake strangled at her Strain county Home when the heavy lid of her toy Box fell on her neck As she reached inside it for a toy. J Jan Roessler. La Cincinnati apparently asphyxiated in a fire that evidently marked from a burning cigarette mouldering in a heavily upholstered chair at her Home. Michael k. Roger 6. Kernersville struck by a car in that Shelby county town or. Louella Bennett 00. When the car in which she was Riding collided with a pickup truck at the Crest of a Hill on a Muski Ngum county Road a mile North of Sonora near her Home throwing her from the Back seat partially through the front Windshield. Charles James Kuhns 14, Wilmington shot through the heat with a .22 Caliper pistol As he and another boy were target shooting there. Jesse Banks 19, it. I Union shot near his Miami county Home when his brother was handed a Shotgun by a Friend and the Wear i on discharged. John Taylor. 18. Barnesville when the car in which he a Riding went off Ohio 265 a mile South of u. S. 40 East of Cambridge. Clem j. Chenevey Wooster when his car and three others collided on . 250 just Northwest of Apple Creek in Wayne county. Mrs. Lillian Leisure. 201 Belle Valley when her car and another collided to Miles North of Caldwell on . 21. James Mcglone. So. Niles when his car and another collided on Ohio 46 a mile North of that Trum Lull county town. Sadly miss Mary Elizabeth Jones 37, tottering coach of the University if Dayton debate team when her car and another collided head on Ive Miles East of Zanesville on . 22 Donald Hayes 30, Newton Falls when his car skidded off Ohio 5, into a ditch and overturned near the Ohio Turnpike overpass West of Warren or. David c. Coleman. 78. And his wife Nellie Lucasville when their ear and another collided at the intersection of 23 and Ohio 104 at the Southern Edge of Waverly. Joe Guerra 26, Defiance when the car in which he was Riding collided with another Auto on Ohio 14 about four Miles Northwest of Defiance. Daryl Weaver 23, Malta when his car overturned on a curve in Ohio 77, two Miles North of Mcconnelsville. Throwing him out and pinning him beneath the Auto. John Hietala. In his late 60s, it. I Farmdale struck by a car while walking with traffic along Ohio 90 two Miles North of its intersection with Ohio 5 in northeastern Trumbull county. Louis Ferguson age unavailable. Lowellville struck by a car while crossing 422 just East of Youngstown. Leonard Ross 44, of near Cambridge City ind., formerly of Harden Scioto county in a two car collision on Ohio 122 four Miles Southeast of Eaton. Hospital news admissions miss Barbara Mckenzie co him bus surgical Delbert Evans Columbus mar Ileal Floyd Nutter Wiverly medical Cist us Kuhn 448 Stella ave., surgical Curtiss be Boysel non of or. And mrs. George Boysel route i surgical dismissals Harry Styers 857 s Pickaway st. Mrs. Charles d. Fullen and Eon. 806 Dartmouth drive Robert Eugene Clark 843 Atwater ave. Ella southward. Williamsport mrs. Teddy l. Foster 121 s Scioto st. Mrs. Oscar list and son route 2 mrs. Clarence e. Chaney and daughter 105 High st. Or. Ronald list and daughter route i Curtiss Lee Boysel route i woman Driver in court Here traffic violations handled in Circleville municipal court saturday and today included charge filed against a woman Driver for operating a motor vehicle under the influence of intoxicants. The accusation was against Pauline Cummings 34, it. Sterling arrested by the sheriffs department she was fined 125 and costs sentenced to three Day in jail and had her driving rights suspended for six months. Driver cited by the male Highway patrol were Don r. Reminger 37, Kingston 35 and costs for failure to have assured Clear distance ahead. Eva e. Ronemus 32, route 2 Lancaster and Harlan e. Weirick 28, Columbus each fined $30 Ane costs for no operators License. Terwilliger will is contested in local court patrolman holds burglary suspect a Columbus Man suspected of being involved in a burglary was apprehended by state Highway patrolman Robert Ely saturday on route 23 near the Pickaway Frank Lin county line. Patrolman stopped the Man for a traffic violation. He became suspicious of some checks in Ponesa Ion of the Man. A Check with Columbus police disclosed the Man May be connected with a burglary in that City the suspect was released to Columbus authorities. Starts next thursday thanksgiving show first Hun hit passes out Money nearly everybody can Usa a Wittla extra Money at times. That s Why Waara Hara to put tha monay in your Banda quickly privately and atomically. You Nama it. We Supply it. Our Tarma Ara Madata please you in ovary Way. Closed mon. Tues. Wed. A a a a a a a a a a a a Bob j. Miller mgr. 0 108 w. Main st. Phone or 4-2121 us iry la amp co Tonitte and tues. I notice a. Adults Only be children under la admitted Walese accompanied by an adult. Tonight a feature times 7 25-1 25 p. In. Thanksgiving Day special matinee at 2 p. M. A jury trial go under Way today in the Pickaway county court of common pleas on the matter of the estate of the late Meeker ter Williger who died june 29, 1959 the last will and testament of Meeker Terwilliger ii being contested by Marne Metzger Groom and other relatives of or. Terwilliger. Defendants in the court action Are Robert e. And Virginia Adkins. Kenneth Robbins Evelyn Carter or. Paul Jackson or. E. O. Montgomery Board of trustees of Berger Hospital or. H. H. Swope and others. Attorneys for the defense Are Joe Adkins brother of the defend ant Ray Davis and Tom Renick. Attorneys for the plaintiffs Are Lester s. Reid Chillicothe and Thomas Reed Waverly. Judge Thomas Mitchell Jackson county is on the Bench. Local Man sentenced for parole violation William Davis 22, route 4, appeared before judge Guy Cline juvenile court recently on a charge of violating his parole. Davis was sentenced to one year in the county jail and fined $500 and costs. Davis had a previous conviction of contributing to the delinquency of a minor. It s Worth a trip to Columbus the to fwd Sifft in Uttof int to to infant f a men Arai i in. To pm shut so to in la 84.1 left a. A Patton. I n i to a ii in i n my til i grand now i new Koss i. Iff six nit Mia tit in Cim tial Onia Twat can of Wilt Snow of Fiama special Holiday shows wed. Nev. 3 a i a 8 m . Thurs. Nov. 24 a 2, s a j0 . Fri. Not. 25 a j a 1 30 . Sat. Nov. 26 a i a 1 30 . Son. Not. 27 a i a i . Jaycees attend seminar at Youngstown Circleville Jaycees participated in a state wide Community development seminar in Youngstown saturday and sunday. A a part of an Ohio j an tor chamber of Commerce meeting the seminar included education planning toning and Industrial developments. Gene Keener executive Secretary of the Galion chamber of Commerce keynote the week end meeting in a luncheon address to 500 Young men from 186 Ohio Cit. He explained the need for intelligent and far sighted plan Ning which local civic organization can contribute. Other seminar speakers included h. H. Feldman president of the Ohio recreational association b. E. Munson officer of Community development Ohio state univer Alty state senator Oliver Daiek member of the Senate education committee John Hutton director of regional planning division Ohio state University. Ohio for some years the country a largest Jaycee membership slate will have two new chapters As the result of action taken in Youngstown. Charters were approved for Brook Park Village and st. Blairsville. In other business sessions Portsmouth was chosen to Host the stat safa a driving Road to Canton was awarded the Junior boys Tennis tournament and Zanesville was named As 1961 site for Jaycee Golf. Members of the Circleville Jim for chamber attending the i Youngstown meeting were Donald Hill William a. Stout Richard Fullone Richard Koch William Clifton Donald Cost Weed Strom jr., and Jack Alkire. Sale of savings Bonds totals $98,167 for sir Pickaway county sales of series e and h savings Bonds totalled i9s.167 for the year at the end of october according to a recent release from the United states Treasury department. October sales of series i and h savings Bonds in Ohio reached $24h million for a 74 per cent increase Over october. 1959 Sale for the first ten month of Riih year total 246 million. Hub Caps missing Kirt Metzger Williamsport told the sheriffs department yesterday two disc Type Hub Caps were taken from i car which was parked in Williamsport. 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