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Circleville Herald (Newspaper) - September 30, 1963, Circleville, Ohio 2 the Circleville Herald Mon. September 30, 1963 Veteran City water works employee retires Rusk Gromyko talk brings Hope deaths officials mum. United nations n y. A . Diplomat believe a meet Mark l. Del tag an employee ing wednesday night Between Sec the Circleville water department since sept. 15, 1946. Will retire to Morrow. Delong who lives at 662 e. Mound St., is a station operator for the water department. Prior to his employment at t h e rotary state Dean Rusk and soviet foreign minister Andrei a Gromyko is the Best bet among forthcoming for developing new accords Between Washington and Moscow. Rusk had a breakfast Date with City employee retires a Mark l. Delong who has a total 19 years with the City Circleville first As a fireman and then 17 years As a water pumping station operator will retire tomorrow. News world in Brief w Ashington court House i Ohio apr injuries have claimed the life a Fayette county youngster whose father authorities said died three weeks ago Jimmy Barnhart 10, died Sun Day in children s Hospital Columbus. He was struck by a car saturday As he Rode his bicycle out the driveway his Home at Madison Mills. Hie Driver was not held. Officials said the Hoy s father. William died natural causes. His Mother is mrs. Margaret Barnhart. Police said Jenkins and his brother Kenyon. 28. Had gone to the dump to dispose a truckload rubbish. Ronald moved a five gallon can from the trucks path and threw it into soldering ashes. The can apparently containing an inflammable liquid exploded. Port Clinton Ohio apr the coast guard rescued three Columbus men today from a Beach East sister Island where they were stranded after their fishing boat was damaged. The three Are Frank Story. 61, owner the 21-foot Cabin Cruiser John Durrer. 52. And his son. Donald Durrer 24. The coast guard said the boat had a Hole in its Side but no immediate report was available How the damage was incurred. Marion Ohio apr Burns suffered in an explosion and fire sept. 14 at the City dump Hae resulted in the death Ronald Jen Kins. 19, Marion. He died sunday in Marion general Hospital markets Circleville hog markets hog prices All net. Were reported by the Bowling Stock Yards company Here today As follows 200-220 lbs., $15 65 220-240 lbs., $15.15 240-260 lbs., $14.65 260-280 lbs., $14.15 280 300 lbs., $13.65. 300-350 lbs., $13.15 350-400 1 b s., $12.65 180-190 lbs., $15.15 160-80 lbs., $4.15. Newark Ohio apr Licking county recorder Lowell Vermillion has announced his resignation effective today from the Post he has held since 1927. Vermillion a Democrat said he plans to enter private business county commissioners were expected to meet later Toda. To select an interim Reptic ? next week the county democratic Central committee we Choc a successor to serve the a -1 2 Der the term which rum u in a 31, 1964. Cleveland a to get nations steel Mills Are turning to technology in an attempt to make steel at lower Cost and meet foreign Competition. Steel Magazine said today. Confident As steelmakers Are Are about fourth Quarter business the publication said u. S. Mills know the Outlook Isnit As Good As it could he. Their reason foreign steelmakers Are constantly increasing their participation in the u. S. Market. In july imported Mill products reached 599,000 tons the highest monthly total in history according to steel. The Magazine said foreign importers captured 8.7 per cent the Domestic Market there. Water department he served British foreign Secretary lord Home this morning the two join Gromyko tonight at a dinner being Given by Secretary Gen eral u Thant. It was described As a social affair to be attended by quite a few the foreign leaders Here for the general Assembly session. Rusk s private appointment with Gromyko was for dinner wedges Day at the Headquarters the soviet Mission to the . . Sources said Rusk May sex Juk appears to be adopting Ike s theme peace Prosperity idea test marketed during Western tour Washington apr president Kennrdy is approaching the 1964 presidential Campaign with the apparent Hope borrowing a theme from tin president Dwight d Eisenhower peace and Prosperity. Kennedy test marketed t h c peace argument duing the Western tour he just a Replete a he obviously was pleased with the re suit partic Jearly because he orc aim reap it is in the rur Mountain area where Many voters favor the conservative policies sen. Barry Goldwater Arizona Republican. Repeatedly Kennedy was interrupted by applause As he talked up the limited nuclear test Han treaty foreign Aid and global involvement a All which he credited with Mang brighter the prospects for peace. Unquestionably this Choice subjects was to determine audience reaction. But these topics also concern Kennedy More deeply than the conservation matters that were the announced focal Point his trip. Prosperity also figured in Kennedy a speeches a usually in connection with his argument that an $11-billion tax Cut is vitally needed As anti recession insurance. If a tax Cut is enacted before the election. And a recession is avoided the Circleville fire department from May 15. 1944 to May 10, 19445 to attended Sal Creek twp school and Adelphi High school. Following his retirement he will spend full time at his tailor shop w. Main St. He and his wife have operated the establishment for six years. A a a a a in a leaving at a pretty poor time Delong said today. A this is really a Nice place to work now you can sit right Here in the j fice and by watching the control panel Tell exactly what is going i the City water department was moved into its new modern build j i ing Island Road aug. 2. Although he reports the life a station operator is not too exciting. Delong does remember the j 1959 flood and the big Snow 1950 during both occasions he was j caught at the old waterworks and j forced to stay for several Days before getting Home. Be remembers that during the flood the electricity was shut off and there was no heat. But be had an ample Supply food both occasions. The retiring City employee is the father two sons Dale and mar Ion he is four times a Grandfather. Lore a considerable variety u s soviet projects ranging from a nuclear agreement to cooperating in outer space this week s tasks which will include a Home Gromyko lunch tuesday were about All that emerged from a meeting the three ministers saturday. The 2lvhour Parley first High level East West session since the aug. 5 signing the limited nuclear test ban treaty a was de . William ii. Rol ask . William h. Rouark. 86, route 1, died unexpectedly at his residence yesterday he was born March 17, 1877, in Taylor county. Kentucky the son George and Nancy Morris Rouark. Or. Rouark a retired Carpenter was a member the methodist Church. He was preceded in death by his wife Maude Gregg Rouark surviving Are a daughter mrs continued trem Page 1 held last apr Nti in a Highway patrol car with two troopers dressed in sport shirts and Slacks the covered Torii faces As they were led into the jail. Although the investigation into the bombings there a e been at least 40 a had been intensified since the Church it explosion. Thes were the first err Esis. A tip Ott that they were coming came Sun a night in Montgomery from the office gov. Gauge c. Wal am n. Filed. Formal Howard Parker route 1, and two lace. Grandchildren. Services will be 11 a m. Tomor scribed As cordial but in product i Row a Rominger Mineral Tive any agreement sub stance. Gromyko was said to have talked about general Complete disarmament philosophically with out giving enough details the soviet proposal Sci an Exchange observers for the Western min i Sisters to judge whether it would j be acceptable. The observers would guard against Surprise attack. For Rusk and Home it appeared just As Well that Gromyko did not press Arother soviet proposal for a no aggression pact Between the nato and Warsaw military blocs. The Western allies have not agreed what to do about this plan which is linked to the Germany Berlin Issue. Meanwhile u s sources believe there is room Foi secondary u s soviet deals matters Mutual interest. Home Berea by. Burial will be in rest Haven cemetery at Louisville ky., wednesday. Local arrangements were completed by the Mader funeral Home. Friends May Call at the Rominger funeral Home beginning 7 p. M. Today. The weather elsewhere to Farmers \ is. I As 1.001.85852.51 .90.35 15 06 a .70 Abii prices paid Circleville Corn. Rye. Wheal. Oats. Beans. Barley. Eggs. Heavy hens. Light hens. Old roosters. Butter. Columbus Columbus. Ohio apr hogs <85 Central and Western Ohio markets reporting to the Ohio dept Agri 0,500 estimated steady to 25 lower mostly 10 lower steady to 25 lower sows no 2 overage Good butchers 190-22<> lbs 15 35-15.75. Graded no 1 meat types 190 22 lbs 15 75-16.00 sows under 350 lbs 13.50-14.25. Ungraded Butcher dogs 160-190 lbs 14.15-15.40 220-240 it a 14.90-15 40 240-260 lbs 14.40-14 90. Washington a the sea j ate today a voice vote con firmed president Kennedy a nomination Victor j. Bodish to postmaster at Columbus Ohio. Bodish was selected to succeed j alien Rowe who died last july a few months before his scheduled i retirement. By the associated press High Low car 54 42 l 05 , Clear. 90 u , Cloudy. 77 55 i -.arck, Clear. 76 3 a. Re. Cloudy. 66 Boston Clear. 46 1.43 Buffalo Cloudy. 57 41 .14 Chicago Clear. 59 45 Cincinnati Clear. 66 33 06 Akron Clear 62 37 Columbus Clear 68 31 Dayton Clear 52 39 Toledo Clear 60 35 Cleveland Clear. 63 35 .08 Denver Clear. 80 48 Des Moines Clear. 67 43 Detroit Clear. 60 43 Fairbanks Cloudy. 56 40 fort Worth Clear. 78 49 Helena Clear. 82 44 Honolulu Cloudy. 88 77 Indianapolis Clear. 82 36 .13 Jacksonville Clear. 83 63 1.16 Juneau ram. 55 47 .07 Kansa City Clear. 70 47 los Angeles Cloudy. 102 68 Louisville Clear. 60 73 28 Memphis Clear. 67 47 Miami Clear .91 77 Milwaukee Clear 58 44 mils. St Paul Clear. 62 40 new Orleans Clear 85 60 new York Clear 65 46 1.77 Oklahoma City Clear 70 45 Omaha Clear. 69 44 Philadelphia Clear. 69 45 .89 Phoenix Clear. 102 71 Pittsburgh Clear. 72 37 Portland. Me., Clear. 53 44 1.70 Portland. Ore., Clear. 75 47 rapid City Clea. 81 60 St. Louis Clear 68 42 Salt Lake City Clear 89 51san Diego Cloudy. 82 68 san Francisco Cloudy 07 56 Seattle Clear. 73 51 Tampa Clear. 84 69 .04 Washington Clear. 75 48 24 Winnipeg Clear. 73 40 my missing Havana apr cubans appreciate russian Aid hut they must not rely it too heavily says prime minister Fidel Castro. He called his countrymen to work harder so Cuba can Cut Back soviet Aid and ease a $100 million balance payments deficit to the russians. Mainly about people Catle from Columbus producers livestock cooperative Assn �?600 estimated. Auction. Veal calves steady Choice id prime 31.00-35.00 Choice and Good 25.00-29.00. Sheep and lambs a steady strictly Choice 18.00-2n.00 Good and Choice 16 00-18 00. Chicago Chicago a us a a hogs 8,000 butchers steady to 25 lower 1 2 00-230 la butchers 15.75-16.00, Over 300 head at 16.00 mixed 1-3 190-250 lbs 15 25 15 75 250-280 lbs $14.85 15 35 280-300 la 14 25 2-3 400-300 lbs 13 25-14.00. Bulk 190-240 lbs 15.50 15.75 2-3 rows 14 25-14 65 300-400 la 13.75 14.25 2-3 400-500 lbs 13 2514 00 mostly 13.25-13 75 500-600 lbs 13.00-13.50. Cattle 12.500 calves none Slaughter steers and heifers steady to 25 higher Load prime 1,175 la Slaughter steers 25 00 Load lots mostly prime 1,175-1.275 la Slaughter steers 24 50-24 75 bulk High Choice and prime 1.075-1.300 lbs 23.75-24.25, Choice 900 1.250 lbs 23 25-24 00 bulk Choice 1.250-1,350 lbs 22.2523.50 Load Choice 1.600 lbs 20 00 Good 090 1.250 lbs 22 25-23 25 Standard and Low Good 20.00-22 25 bulk Choice 850-1,100 11 Slaughter heifers 22 50-23 25, several loads mostly High Choice with few prime 23 50 Standard and Low Good 19.50 21.50 Utility and commercial cows 14.00-16 00 sheep 800 few lots Choice and prime 90-105 it a wooled Slaughter lambs 19.50 Good and Choice 17.00-19.00 including double deck Good and Choice 83 lbs 19 00 cull and Utility 13.00-16 00 cull to Good Slaughter ewes 4.00-6.00. Giessen Germany apr three members communist East Germany a parliament Are visiting West Germany for what is described As a a private contacts with West German politicians. The meeting is believed to be the first Between politicians the two Germany since the communists built the Berlin Wall More than two years ago. The Rev. George l. Troutman formerly Circleville has been released from St. Anthony Hospi tal to his Home at Groveport. Paul b. Brown 221 Court St. Is a medical patient in Gran Hospital. Columbus. He is in room 807. No visitors Are permitted. Stock Market sags again new York apr Blue chips sagged and the Stock Market declined in Dull trading Early this afternoon. Losses fact tons to about a Point were the go nerf Rule tor most key stocks a drop about 3 by Dupont pulled heavily at the Market averages. The Market was steady at the Start but soon began to soften prices eroded gradually As 4,he session wore . The background business news and comment seemed unusually Bright but some analyst its believed that the Market might a run counter to business for a while As a process consolidation continued. The trend was lower among motors rails aerospace Issue drug chemicals nonferrous met afis and airlines. Rubbers and tobaccos were ahead balance. First hour volume dipped below a million shares Foi the first time j in weeks. The associated press average 60 stocks at noon was off .5 i at 277.3 with industrials off 9. Rails off .3 and utilities up .2. The governors Afi ice said in a statement that arrests were imminent in the Chuu n bombing ii which the negro girls were killed. Later a statement from the governor s office said Only tha two persons Wei. Taxon into Cus Tody in Conn a too with the Bir Mingham bombings it did not specify the Church blast Lingo said the men were being mrs. Clara b. Bowers i questioned and would be trans mrs. Clara b. Bowers 85, form j furred to Jefferson Birmingham Erly route 1, Laurelville died j county jail. He would not Defi 12 15 a. M. Today in Grant Hospi nicely link them with the Church tal. She was born april 18. 1878. Near Logan o., the daughter Andrew and Mary Drescher Emmons. Her husband Nicholas c Bowers preceded her in death. Surviving Are a son w a y n a route 2, Amanda one daughter mrs. Gladys Delong Columbus three grandchildren seven great grandchildren three Brothers Harley Emmons Logan Charlie Emmons. Cuya hoga Falls. Russell Emmons. Lancaster two Sisters mrs. Myrtel Krinn. Logan mrs. Edna Collison Sulphur la services will be held 1 30 p m wednesday at the Defenbaugh funeral Home with the Rev. Richard Mcdowell officiating. Burial will he in Oak Grove cemetery Logan friends May Call at the funeral Home beginning 1 p. M. Tomorrow explosion am charges had been the City has had Amie than 40 bombings since world War ii hut the one which nearly destroyed the sixteenth Street Baptist Church was the worst. About 20 person a r injured in the blast which inflicted More than 844.000 in d Mage to the Church and damaged m Arby car and buildings. The Church bombing almost sparked a riot sporadic outbursts violence continued through the Day and night tvo Young negroes were shot to death one by police officers and the other when he was Riding a b Cleie. Iwo White youths Are tree $10,000 Bonds in the death the second negro. President Kennedy dispatched former army m cretan Kenneth Royall and former army football coach Earl Blaik to Birmingham to help soothe the troubled racial Waters. The emissaries conferred with letters both races last week and planned to return fur further talks today Lausche takes stand against tax Cut Bill Springfield. Ohio apr sen. Frank j. Lausche a Ohio says he is opposed to a House passed tax reduction Hill. A i can to bring myself to this modern concept management a Lausche said sunday. A your National debt is now $45 billion above the amount at the end we orld War the Ohio senator was Here to participate in dedication ceremonies marking the opening three new children a cottages and Reno vation grounds at the Oester Len Home for children Leopold Ville. The Congo apr congolese president Joseph Kas Mvubu sent parliament Home sunday night because the Law makers refused to obey his order to write a Constitution for the Congo. Kas Mvubu said he would shortly Call into being a special constitutional commission which a without the intermediary the High Street Pat meets tomorrow the High Street Pat will meet 7 30 p. M. Tomorrow at the school Fritz Jacobs City superintendent schools and Virgil Cress business manager will represent the Circleville Board education and speak the school Bond Issue. Half a regular size package White yellow cake mix May he used for an upside Down cake baked in a 9-Inch Square cake pan. Prosperity certainly will be one the Dow Jones Industrial aver Kennedy s major Campaign j age at noon was off 3.00 at 734.98 claims. Thus the democratic presiden Ohio Road toll zooms tial candidate next year May employ substantially the same arguments that Eisenhower used successfully against Democrat Adlai e. Stevenson in 1956. On the second five Days speech making Kennedy began to swing away from conservation and emphasize his contentions that by shouldering International burdens the United states is repulsing a the communist this argument was voiced in Montana at Billings and great Falls before Kennedy made it Ine theme the trips major address a an appearance in sait Lake City a mormon Tabernacle. In Salt Lake City Kennedy twice was interrupted by applause As he saluted the limited nuclear test Han treaty which Goldwater has opposed. Cheers again hated Kennedy when he defended for i eign Aid. The trip was just plodding along j until Kennedy hit upon the peace question in Montana. Starting i there he seemed much More enthusiastic. He spent increasing amounts time shading hands with those who greeted him at air j ports auditoriums and stadiums. If the trip was a dry run for the 1964 Campaign As seems a i Arent Kennedy undoubtedly views it As a Success. Does bladder irritation make you nervous after 21, common kidney bladder irritation. Affect twice As Many women a men and May make you tense and nervous from too frequent burning itching urination both Day and night secondarily you May lose sleep and suffer from headaches backache and feel old. Tired depressed. In such irritation. Castex usually brings fast relaxing Comfort by curbing irritating germs in Strong acid urine and by analgesic pain Relief get Castex at druggists. Feel better fast. Columbus Ohio apr at least 28 persons were killed Ohio highways Over the weekend a the largest toll since the july 4 Holiday. A a a a a a a a a a a a m Cruse now thru wed. Bob Hope Anita ebb gig Angie Dickason a most mischievous girl a a a a a a a a a a a a defaulting representatives the people a would write a Constitution. Consolidate tour Bills with a personal loan member Fuh shop Kings amp save 11x14 bust Vignette portrait your child ins White Marvel outside House automobile Mutual insurance company All lines insurance Hume # Auto health a business Reid insurance Agency Dale f. Delong 137 East main Street Flat Wall . Quart. Gallon Marvel 4-hour enamel several colors to choose from tru Vinyl Latex pain. 14 colors to choose from Kings $1.99 $1.99 $1.00 $2.99 Only Cess an appearance Worth having the wonderful feeling knowing you Are dressed just rights yours when you Wear a suit by Curlee. Masculine fabrics and patterns impeccably tailored by master craftsmen have made Curlee the pacesetter in the menus Wear Field. See our impressive selection Curlee suits soon from $52.50 Caddy Millers 3 Days Only Mon. Sept. 30th thru wed. Of. 2 i 99 Jack b. Nimble portraits Are commended by parents Magazine plus 50 for wrapping handling and insurance dept. Store 140 w. Main St. Open All Day w de. A Fri. Till 9 sat. Till 8 no appointment necessary. Photographer will be duty regular store hours. Complete selection finished photographs to choose from. Satisfaction guaranteed your Money back1 limit one per child two per family Ages 5 weeks to 12 years. Children s groups taken at 99yf per child. King s dept. Store 140 w. Main St

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