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Coshocton Tribune, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1977, Coshocton, Ohio 2 the Coho Tom Tribune Sway. May 29. In i seen and heard state rep. Rex f Kieffer. Zanesville. Will be the featured peaker at the 4cth annual memorial Day service at a to monday at the Fountain Monument in Zanesville. Two bedroom trailer for rent in tyndale per month phone adv 5971 Capri excellent Gas in leage. New brakes and tires. Phone 829-2851 James l. Bill Nan. Coshocton. As been admitted to Good mantan medical Center. Zanesville. Garage Sale. May 28 and 29 9 till t mile South of Plain held on s route 541 and 33. Something for everyone adv great buy on excellent family car 1975 Caprice classic air. Low mileage priced to sell fast 6234954 adv dismissed from Good Samaritan medical Center. Lanes vice. Was mrs Eleanor Coshocton shipment of paint. Grev porch and deck paint. Gallon. White House paint. 2 linseed Oil base. Super Latex Wall paint. Covers wallpaper. Plaster and Cement blocks. Gallon. Senter s store. 540 main st. Country store. Route 3. Warsaw is now a Tribune daily and sunday. Adv. Harry f. Smock executive of Ohio mid Eastern governments association of Coshocton county is a was the recipient of Ohio planning conference service award recently. I bodies carry put located top Chestnut invites you to Stop shop for your picnic supplies Imd beverages. Open till Vii night. Friday and saturday. Open memorial Day. Adv. High school alumni association Maer is june 11. 6-30 at school. Send reservations to mrs Ronald Lahna. 244 s third st. Coshocton of by adv. Some local democrats were jubilant Over the fact that then is a possibility that co Shotton county. By an act of the state legislature May be transferred from the 17th to the predominantly democratic 18th District if this occurs the demos would be represented by rep. Douglas Applegate. Democrat for Sale antique China Cabinet curved Glass carvings. Original finish 824-4206 adv. Professor h g Boggs. A mind pianist and gospel Singer from fort Clinton. Of. Will Render a gospel singing concert wednesday at 8 pm at st. Andrews e. Church on s sixth st. The Public is invited the mortar Pestle. 350 while woman s has Beautiful Glass these Are permanent greeting cards for All occasions with colourful stained Glass that could be placed near lamp or window for full effect adv. Larry Walden of Blount Brothers spoke to representatives of labor and management from industries in Tuscarawas. Coshocton. Morgan. Muski Ngum. Guernsey. Holmes and Nobel counties at Salt Fork Lodge this week where committee labor management for Southeastern Ohio piping Industry was formed Porter s greenhouse. Cemetery drive will be open today till 5 pm on memorial Day. 9 am to 2 . Adv. . Brains still Best but future May hold trouble hike Bike Winner 33ingo sunday. May 29. Doors games Start 7 . Prize Jackpot s500. 3 american legion Hall sponsored by a Warsaw Volunteer fire then. For those interested. Father s Day Uil be coming along sunday. June 19. Winner of the hike Bike prize. Para Souslin. 14. Daughter of or. And mrs. William Souslin. West spent the Early part of saturday afternoon trying on and picking oat clothing and accessories. Pam selected the gift certificate to Hie theatre from the various prizes available to the Winner. Tribune photo by Anderson 8 Patricia Mccormack i i Efee Atim Etc our new York Upu Ameri Ca still leads the world in science but trouble is Down the Road warns an 18-month study published saturday storm warnings cited in the state of academic published by change Magazine press include and admiration for science is waning. The gleam is off the scientist too. Nuclear Power plants and Gene splitting splicing research grow increasingly unpopular and Are targets of protests Are Loo few Voung scientists in the academic pipeline. And Laboratory facilities Are becoming out dated. Support moneys for such facilities Are shrinking. Funding for bask research is Uncertain bask research has produced such things As the polio vaccine and the birth control Pill. There is a shift to applied and Mission oriented research. The kind of research that would produce a better Mousetrap for example. The 18-month study funded by the National science foun Dation was done by two political scientists with the help of top scientists and scholars. The principal authors. Bruce Smith of Columbia University and Joseph Karlesky of fran Klin and Marshall College said policymakers should be Alert to the downward trends. Karlesky is assistant professor of government and Smith a professor of government the sputnik Boom years of academic science support have they said referring to the massive National Effort in a catch up movement after the russians put the world s first satellite into orbit. The investigators visited at Public and private universities and talked with 383 University scientists and engineers. 180 Deans. So assistant professors and 118 graduate students. Laments from some scientists went like this chairman of a medical school department "1 have Long since ceased being an Active researcher. Of. Yes. I hang around the lab a Little but almost my entire Effort roes into the process of getting and renewing our Western pays this Repart edit took several months through numerous administrative Levels to get a decision on charging a calculator to his research Grant he was finally told he should either pay for it himself or else ask for a head of a chemistry department in a Southern University Supply costs shot up 43 per cent Over the last year. The University increased its Supply budget by Only 5 per cent daredevil keeps Cool during Post climb Star status Coshocton county s share of 4he june distribution of Aid to a dependent children and is according to state Iii editor Thomas e. Ferguson. The county s Case Load is 982. 1 Ard Sale miscellaneous. Salt and Pepper sets Etc 1509 Orchard st sunday and monday. 29th and 30th. Adv. Part Lime Driver Over 25 also see Jim s cab 519 -. Main 622-5562 or 622-6206. Holmes Coranas share of Aid to dependent children for june si7.673. And that for Tuscarawas county is the state auditor s office reported that Coshocton county s share of criminal Cost subsidy program is need Money Why not sign up for a Coshocton Tribune Carrier route and earn your Money. Immediate opening on n. 9th and 10th streets. Call 622-1122 ext 53 adv. The Little swingers shop. 229 South 4th Street upstairs. 622 5615 new store hours monday wednesday and sat Nadav. Thursday. Children s clothing size 0-6x and adv this county s share of the eighth Advance distribution of 1976 state motor vehicle registration fees was Brungart s drug store. 545 main st has a Pho to special Good through june 5th. Bring in your color slides to be developed and receive a 5 x 7 color enlargement free All prints on Kodak paper adv. The Warsaw United methodist w Omen will meet wednesday at . At the Church with Oleen Anderson As hostess. The program Leader is Norella Walker. The topic is Book review by Mable Haney. The co Ion. 405 main Street has a Beautiful collection of Green heritage China by Lefton. This is in a Rose pattern and available m cake plates cups and saucers sail and Pepper Candy Box. Teapot Etc adv june is noted for the month of roses and june brides. Last but not least. Flag Day will be observed june 14 by the nation s military the men s Fellowship group the first Baptist Church will hold an ice Cream social inside the courtyard beginning at 4 june 10. It is the opening night of the band concerts. Brown rapping paper Hospital containing costs new York up i m pretty much an Ordinary said new York City s newest Folk hero. And maybe people like to see a common Guy do something it was . Thursday when George Willig. 27. Hand some shaggy haired and bearded first squinted into the cloudless sky gathered his 120 foot Nylon rope and homemade climbing gear Ana began his ascent up i he South Tower of the world Trade Center. It Rose before him a Quarter mile High the world s second tallest building. Some 3 i hours and 110 stories later the daring toy designer was the building s most famous climber since the movie s King Kong. The usually impassive new York press corps gave him thunderous applause at a Day after news conference and joined the hordes of Well wishers pumping his blistered hands and seeking his autograph. The human Fly was grabbed Barbara a. Brown Tribune staff writer Jimmy Carter has begun to do something about the High Cost of health care. But Coshocton county memorial Hospital beat him to the punch. While the president s proposed hold hospitalization expenses in fiscal 1978 to a nine per cent get to Congress until March the local Hospital s Cost containment committee began meeting m january Cost containment folks is the new phrase. You la note the word that counts is containment. It deliberately differs from reduction for the new Rubric of daily life is that no once will Ever decline. Price increase is an eternal Verity like the sky is until each of us volunteers for a pay Cut. Prices will increase and All we can Hope for is to control the rate of increase. Which brings us Back to the Hospital where control is the goal. Personnel director Lynn Maurer is chairman of the Cost containment committee. Sitting in As members Are men and women representing the Core of the Hospital which. Lest we forget is a business with a balance Sheet Loo. Aubrey Coleman Coni Troner is there along with purchasing agent Ann Livingston. Lab director Richard Jackson and assistant director of nursing Louise Williams represent professional staff departments. Helen Mccon Aeh of medical records sets As committee Secretary. What these folks do. Meeting monthly is study. They collect data throughout the month things like Bow Many lab tests a technician does in an hour and How Many Back braces Are sent Home with recuperating patients. They feed the data Maurer said into a Chicago based outfit the Hospital administrative service. Once a month that Agency sends Back a computer prepared report which compares Coshocton s Hospital costs with costs in other hospitals in the Region the state and the nation. From the comparison places to investigate places to Cut fat. Places to restructure Are identified. The stated objective of coarse is to eliminate inefficiency. The actual result however May be simply a standardizing of prices. By nearly every television talk ,movements." spoken Willig maintained the coolness he displayed during his electrifying ascent up the Tower s sheer face a feat he later shrugged off As like climbing a if i m so Blase it s because this is an he said of his instant Fame. It s not As exciting As the climb Willig downplayed compari sons to daredevils of generations past but he knotted his kinship to that special class of people who live on the Edge with the classic rationale for scaling a great height because it was there at least one person among the thousands who watched the climb with petrified Delight knew what Willig was going through Phillipe Petit the diminutive Frenchman who danced a Tightrope spanning the twin towers in 1974 i saw him climbing and i immediately knew what kind of Guy he said Petit. He was laughing. He was smiling. He was quite professional in his just like a grocer the Hospital can raise As Well As lower the rates when looking at comparative pricing. If everybody else is Selling for 10 cents and you re Selling for eight you May decide you la go to 10. Or if everyone else can do it for eight cents you May want to look into Why you can t do it for less than lot it can go either Way. It All depends on the philosophy at the top. Maurer says Coshocton Hospital s philosophy is to blend Quality service with Cost consciousness. That s the dream of every humane entrepreneur hopefully this is one dream that will come True. Editor s note the next iwo instalments of Brown rapping paper win explore farther health care Cost problems and solutions at Coshocton comity memorial Hospital. Show m town treated to dinner by the Center s posh 107th floor restaurant. I can t imagine anybody better to be said the restaurant s president. The fire department said it was interested in looking at his equipment and even mayor Abraham Beanie got into the spirit settling a lawsuit slapped on wiling by some humourless City lawyer for a Penny for each store he climbed. Criminal charges against Willig Are expected to be dismissed. And through it an the soft Wii Fig. Who works for the idea toy company said he had t Given any thought to what s next for him. But added he s received a flood of offers books movies All kinds of kooks. I guess people get for the 5-foot-ll Willig. Whose interests Range from ornamental horticulture to film producing the Trade Center exploit was the highlight of a climbing career he began in Earnest Only four years ago. He was completely commit Ted to said Mike Cardacino a Friend Smice childhood. We d ask him to a party and he say no he d rather go climbing area obituaries Bacting fans for Sale 1370 Chevelle Stock car set tip for track. 350 cubic men engine and Ramg tires included must sell immediately. 545-9442. Adv. Congratulations to Michael Kirker. 905 Cambridge rd., Coshocton. The grand prize it Iriner of a Johnson scanner we also sincerely thank our Many friends and customers who helped make our 12th anniversary Celebration such a 6ig Success. Jim. And the rest of the gang at j w s two a radio. 1 2_ West of Coshocton. On 36. Adv. I in the Case of Ronald l. And Sandra a. Lusk. Doing business 3s the Mug and Jug. 216 Mam st. The state liquor control gave an indefinite suspension beginning at Nova Mav 25. 1377, and to continue to Titi such tune As an delinquent tax assessments due the state Are paid in fun rummage z3q main Street. 3rd. 8.30-4.30. June 4th. 9 12 by humane society. Adv. Special for father s Day the new testament on 8-tra cd and the whole Bible on cassette 35 percent while they last we also have books for father s Day Good news Bookstore. 622 Mam st. 622-1651 a son Brandon Paul was born wednesday to or and mrs. Steven b Hothem. 8251 Sunburst or. Cincinnati. Maternal grandparents Are or. And mrs Dennis Hothem. West Lafayette route l the paternal great grandparents Are or and mrs Clark Van West Lafayette la Leone league of Coshocton count West will begin a new series of four regular meetings at in tuesday at the Home of Cathi Shin Joplin on Cherry Street in Warsaw. Anyone interested in breastfeeding is Welcome to attend and to bring her nursing baby for information Cali 327-2347. Drugs topic for continuing education for crisis hotline Tav. Semcer c d tas service. Rear rapid shoe repair offers Voa 24 Hoar sen ice Call anytime. For Jot it several a tire Houda i year be observed on monday b this order Independence Day. July 4.laborda sept 5 Colimbus Day. Oct veterans Dav. Ocl. 24. And which a on but observed monday. Dec 26 Barbara a. Brown Tribune staff writer crisis hotline volunteers will meet tuesday night to learn More about drugs the continuing education session is scheduled for . At 224 n. Fourth st. Headquarters of the Coshocton county drug Council sponsors of the 24-hour emergency Telephone service. Speakers for the evening include Council staffers Terry Swango director and Watzman. Clinician guest speaker win be John Allen director of the Guernsey county mental health clinic Allen formerly was in charge of drug programs in the six county area when he was associate director of the Muski Ngum joint county 648 Board he and 648 executive director Davjd Thompkins rained the first hotline volunteers for Coshocton s program. Along with the discussion of drugs and handling Calls a. Of ing drug problems hours awards will be made to volunteers with inn. 200 and hours of service on thursday the first of three classes will be held for senior hotline volunteers who make up the diverter staff volunteers working on the diverter staff take eight boar shifts with hotline Ca device to their Home phones. Other sessions will be held june 7 and june 9. In other news from the drug Council Swango announced that the first scripts and casting sheets for psycho social drama presentations win be delivered at a two hour workshop june 8 at Council Headquarters. Those persons who attended the weekend training May 20-21 will gather for rehearsal from 7-9 that night under the direction of Franklin county Board consultant Jim million who also conducted the earlier training the initial workshop was co sponsored by the dig Council and the mus Uigum 648 Board. About 12 Coshocton residents participated along with seven residents of Perry Guernsey and Muski neum counties developed during that were script ideas portraying a Mother daughter confrontation on the Issue of birth control a typical sunday morning breakfast for a family of five and an interchange Between a father who wants his son to enter the family business and the son who wants to quit College and live in a Colorado commune. In a letter to workshop participants Swango said. Jim million is excited about the Talent and potential of our Muski Ngum joint county psycho social drama group. He is excited enough that be said he does t want to mail the scripts and casting sheets. He wants to bring them and spend an evening running through an of our present material including selections from spoon river1 and the broken Circle another script to be delivered is for a game show to twist the Swango said the june 8 session win be followed by final rehearsal with million Jame 25, again at Council s offices from 7-9 . The troupe will schedule its first performances for Early Italy. Ann of psycho social drama is to educate audiences entertainingly in concepts of mental health. Appropriate and inappropriate methods of relating to other people and dealing with problem situations Are dramatized. Audiences Are encouraged to participate by discussing what they have seen. Swango and associate director Pat Walden act As discussion leaders. The dramas including game shows and musical and comedy touched vignettes win be presented free of charge at meetings of Crebs churches civic and social organizations in Coshocton and other counties. Groups interested m scheduling the local troupe can Contact Swango at 622-0033 or Walden at h54-8557. Vensel w Fred Vensel. 80. Of 384 s 10th st., died at the Coshocton care Center at . Friday. He was born sept. 9. 1896. M Coshocton county the son of John w. And Alice Aler Vensel pm dec 31, 1919. He Mamed Vavina hah. Who died m 1971. Surviving Are two nieces mrs. Richard roller. Cambridge route 3, and Kay Leffen Dover. He was a former Linotype operator at the Coshocton Tribune. He was a member of the Emmanue lutheran Church the 96. Ram 50, a past master of rsm Council 110 and a past commander of knights Templar 63. He was a world War i a member of the american legion Post 65 and a Meisber of Veteran of world War i Barracks 24s3. Funeral services will be held at 1 . Monday at the Dawson funeral Home. Pastor Rei. Koberl a Klej officiating. Burial will be i South Lawn c eme Iery friends May Call at the funeral Home from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9pm Loday and until time of sen ices on monday masonic services will be held at 7 tonight at the funeral Home and graveside military rites will be conducted at the cemetery Mondale gets reputation for being Able Diplomat Calls diverted by pantry needs filled Broad Page i Roscoe. Conesville. Keene Eresto. And West Lafayette Gobo top and Warsaw presbyterian churches st John s United Trinity United dutch run and Wal bonding Chi Arches of Christ. Trinity episcopal. First Baptist Emmanuel lutheran sacred heart roman Catholic Neffie Chapel of rolling Hills Parish and the Church of he Nazarene. Foodstuffs sought include and canned and boxed foods specific suggestions Guy made Are for Spaghetti Macaroni soup Beans Peanut butter Jehy baked Beans red Taney Beans. Tuna. Macaroni dinners Bisquick. Tomato juice soups Jed of. Canned fruits puddings one Pound bags of sugar fruit juices and baby foods. Varieties perishable items purchased with Cash donations to the pantry Mcclude eggs. Butter and meat he added contributions Are tax deductible and can be made through a person s Church or directly to the salvation army churches wishing to join the project taking on a month for collection purposes should also needed Are soaps of Al to nut Guy or Bosh. Washington to he Delight of the old pros. Vice president Walter Mondale is emerging As an Able Diplomat who can talk Tough in a soft voice and successfully mix morality with foreign policy the former Minnesota senator began his diplomatic career trepidation when president Carter dispatched him in january to consult with Ameri Ca s traditional allies in Europe and Japan last monday he returned from a second Mission to Portugal. Spain. Austria ufos Iava and Britain which included one of the most ticklish assignments any seasoned Diplomat could receive Tell prime minister John Vorster the apartheid racial discrimination policies of his South african government should be abandoned. At the same time get More cooperation from him on moving Rhodesia toward Jack majority Rule and Namibia toward Independence Mondale conveyed the Mes Sage directly without histrionics he Drew on american parallels. At no Fame did Bis two Day meeting with Vorster Edge toward rupture in fact at Vorster s request the two statesmen scheduled an extra hour May 20 m Vienna to go Over South Africa s policies. In the erd. The a s team left feeling it had won a clearer View on the South african government s approach to Rhodesia and Namibia Al though it was unclear what will happen in South Africa itself. Mondale who exudes Good humor was about his new responsibilities. If i make a be told his delegation before the Vorster meeting pats me a note. If i still go on As if i did t know what i was talking abort then feel sorry for your country but i m the one who s got to do the As far As could be determined no one Felt sorry. Just the opposite. He apparently developed a real sense of the diplomatic m the said one foreign service officer with Long experience in european affairs. It May sound like said another Diplomat involved in South Africa and human rights issues but he made an extremely articulate and Elo quent Appeal to Vorster on the subject of racial Dis the did warehouse restaurant Roscoe Village introduces thru june 30th tuesday thru Friday 5 to 6 . Choice beef baked Idaho potato tossed salad Choice of dressing beverage and Roll. 4.95 e w sva Peil Sfa Perl

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