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Dover Times Reporter (Newspaper) - June 10, 1968, Dover, Ohio East Sparta Area Events By    MRS. BEATRICE    EVANS    | the James Bricks    of    Clinton, Telephone 8Sfi-27§3    Tenn. with the Robert    Bricks EAST SPARTA - Rev. andjan^ ot^er ar^a r^tl'es; . Mrs. John Teakell and Daniel ******* "eJ and    Rcbeixa Shaffer    of    here    "f Massll,°" 'V and    Brenda McQueen    of    Rob    He"0'f. and th?    .    Allens, ertsville, all members of San- and, Ronald Moines of dy Valley Baptist Temple, at-koulhv,(:anton/'th M,rs' Doro’ tended the Ohio Baptist Fei-! thy Molnar of Magnolia. lowship luau at Massillon. Approximately 160 persons attended. Curt Thomas of Haven of Rest Rescue Mission in Akron, vt as guest speaker. Follow ing the supper, group singing and various musical selections were presented. BUSINESS DIRECTORY We Recommend That You Contact The Businessmen and Business Firms Listed Here •.-INSTRUCTION EOUCAT'ON INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR WALLPAPER & PAINTING FREE ESI IMA I ES MONTERO - 343-4212 ON PAGE 4 Legal Advertising vvvvvwvwwv ALUMINUM SIDING Up to 9 year* to pay Fraa aatlmatas Call U.S. Aluminum Inc. Phila. & Hover Enterprise 121/ Uhrichsville Call 922-121/ ALUMINUM SIDING FREE ESTIMATE Excitant T^rim W Desired HOME ENGINEERING CO. \ We care enough to give the best service in commercial and household storage. A parade will be featured Tuesday for the opening day of United Methodist vacation Bible school. Mrs. John Cadded and Mrs. Ernest Simpson are in charge. Charles Eschman Si acy are patients Aultman Hospital, dents dismissed w Clarence Bacchic, A and Albert in Canton Area resi-e r e Mrs. H. VV in/,en- STATE OF OHIO DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS NOTICE OF HEARING Contract Sales Legal Copy No. 68-473 Columbus, Ohio, May 21, 1968 In accordance with the Provisions of Chapter 5511 of the Revised Code of Ohio, the Director of Highways of Ohio will hold a public hearing at 10:30 o'clock A.M., Eastern Daylight Saving Time, June 18, 1968 in the City Council Room of the Municipal Building in New Philadelphia, Ohio for the purpose of hearing arguments for and against the proposed Renumbering of State Route Nos. 8 and 16, Coshocton, Tuscarawas Belmont, Guernsey and Harrison Counties. STATE ROUTE NO. 16 — COSHOC-TON AND TUSCARAWAS COLIN- Herstine T,ES Proposed, the removal of the State Route No. 16 designation from the State Highway also known as State Route No. U S. 36 beginning at the junction of State Route No. 16 with State Route No. U.S. 36, north of the City of Coshocton, and ll. Matthew Henry of Sherrods- continuing in an easterly and Vilify Mix Rpafrim Vvum. ^.northeasterly direction along existent. mis. beatrice Evans of mg stat8 Route Nos 16 and us Magnolia IS groat-grandmothcr. 36 to the junction of State Route Mrs. Frank (Nettie) Wickens No 16 w,th state Rout# No. u.s. 36 of near here, a patient in Ault- ne’r ,h«    of    • .    ,    Proposed,    the    renumbering of man Hospital, observed her State Route No. 16 to State Route 9 th birthday Thursday She is No- 416 beginning at the junction of the mother of Mrs. Boy Medley Gnadenhutten, and continuing in a Ml’S (I n n i- cr a northerly direction along State SEPTIC TANK SYSTEMS INSTALLED and REPAIRED SEWERS SEPTIC TANKS CLEANED. ELECTRIC ROOTER. Guarantaad on# year Sunday* no extra charge. HOLDERBAUM^ CALL 343-8628 COLLECT SANDERS TRANSFER, INC. Agents For Wheaton Van Lines PHONE 364-1115 MOTIL MANAGEMENT Resorts • Hotels Prepare NOW for a career that ta dignified, financially rewarding and otters a SECURE FUTURE. Starting salary to SU,OOO pius apartment and bonus. Locate North, South. Eaat or Watt. Sat. I'l'tri i°i .v.'s irtrii Name  ........................ Addrest .....  *...... FL'rnm rn mm UU id kl UUU UUU* Mali Coupon fat MANAGEMENT CAREERS IOU W. Perfect Trail Cuyahoga Falla. Ohio 44ZH 6.—ANNOUNCEMENTS_ Low ray Organa. Salta, Lessons Irene Platro Music Studio . Davar. 341-2812. PAGE 22, THE TIMES-REPORTER, MONDAY, JUNE IO, 1968 12.—MALE HELP WANTED    14.—FEMALE HELP WANTED 11 .—LOST AND FOUND_ Lost:    Pitching    Wedge    Golf Club No. R2R35. Return to Sugarcreek Golf Course. ■ OY wanted for morning, daily, and Sunday Plain Dealer route. Schoen-brunn Area. Profit 56.40 per week. Phone Dover Newt 343-2134 or 364-3649. WANTED: a.m. to 8159. Babysitter 5 days 3:30 pm. 512. Call 6: 30 343- LOST — German Shephard female, I yr. old. Light tan, light black saddle In vicinity of shopping cantar. She mutt have medicine immediately. Plaata call ROHLA! NE Kannala — 427 Main et., Dover at 343-8336. REWARD. LOST:    mack and white pony an swering to name "Patches’* in vicinity of Broad Run Dairy. 343-8786. reid and Mrs. John (Penny) bicka foose. Mr. anc! Mrs. Lynn of Waynesburg are parents of a daughter, born May 25 in Panton Aultman Hospital. A son was born June I in Union Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Hotpoint Refrigerators Dishwashers and Ranges STRASBURG TV L APPLIANCE Phone 878-5212 309-9th St., SW, Strasburg Bfceute* PLUMBING CHEATING £3*1104 WALNUT ST. DOKU TOP VALUE STAMPS Battery charging, slow or fast charges. All kinds of auto polishes and cleaners. Candy, Pop. Olga-reties Tires repalted and rscap pea. Fryer's Sunoco Service 606 N. Wooster Av*. Dover of here. Mr. and I) Hayes are born May 27. Mrs. David daughters of Beatrice and the Sherrodsville held a picnic Memorial Day at Leesville Lake. e o r c e ” Route No. 16 to its intersection with parents Of a son existing State Route No. 8 north of Ihe City of New Philadelphia.  _STATE ROUTE NO 8-BELMONT. GUERNSEY, HARRISON AND Caldwell and Tuscarawas counties BreWStei’ Mrs Proposed, the renumbering of State Route No. 8 to State Route Evans Of Magnolia No ggg beginning at the intersec-Matthew Henrys of tion of existing State Route No. 8 with the Monroe - Belmont County Line and continuing in a northwesterly direction along existing State - Route No. 8 to its intersection with Recent visitors: The Don Rig- the Tuscarawas'S’prkE. meeter gles of Charleston, W.Va., Mr.J director of highways and Mrs. Tony Stricklin of Mor-j <Pub|lsh: June 3> ,0- 1968> Jososi gantown, W.Va., Mrs. Elizabeth Yant and daughter of Murraysville, Pa. and Mrs. Gretchan Hobson of Ada, 0 with Mrs. Marie Buchman; the James Eastons of Kent with her mother Mrs. Mary McKinney; the Roger SidneiS Of Columbus and Philadelphia, Ohio, praying for Di vorce. custody of minor children, Classified Ads Pay Off Originally, a corn was any small substance, especially a seed or kernel. When beef was laid in brine to cure, it was sprinkled with corns of coarse salt. The process came to be known as “corning” the beef. 4.—FUNERAL DIRECTORS Instruction A Schools H.S. Men & Woman Graduates, 17-27: Writ* for O. I. B. Bulletin of Business Coursss in Automated Data Processing; Accounting; Airline, Legal, Medical, General Secretarial; and Business Administration. Enter June 24 or September 23. Ohio Institute of Business Box 128, Wooster, Oh-4469l Nam*:    ........................ Address:    ..................... P. O.: ........................ Phone:    ........................ 12.-MALE HELF WANTED WANTED:    Tunnel Kiln Fireman. Exparianca with gas fir* kiln helpful, but not necessary. Good working conditions with fringe benefits. Apply by appointment only. Phone Akron 628-2636. U.S. Concrete Pip* Co. 193 Gilchrist Rd., Mogadore. Siding Applicators GOOD pay, experienced only. Apply: Massillon Aluminum Co. 12000 Lincoln Way Wast. Call 833-2638. INSPECTOR Experienced in checking parks and mechanical assemblies. Know gauges and inspection tools. Many employee benefits. BUCKEYE HOLMESVILLE Mfg. Co. Holmesville, Ohio An equal opportunity employer. DON'T SKIMP on beauty. Your skin deserves the batt. For a lovelier you, inaiet on Vivians Woodard. He'll ba glad you did. Call Sugarcreek 852-2502. The Two Graces, 226 Maple st., Sugar* eraek. We need Vivian* Woodard consultants. Wanted: Licensed Hairdresser To Manage Josef’s Glamour Wigs, New Philadelphia. 15.—HELP WANTED MALE AND FEMALE Mobile Home Serviceman or good general maintenance man. Phone 866-3379. WORKERS Needed for summer maintenance and ground work. Write age and experience. Box 83, care of Times-Reporter. Oiler for 5-yard dragline. Phone 874-7704 after 6 p.m. ABOVEAverage Earningsy possible in Tuscarawas Co. or Diet. in Dover or Dist. in New Phila or Strasburgor Mineral City or Bolivar or Midvale. Your own profitable business part time or full time. Small investment will get you started soon in profitable business. See or write Rawleigh Dept.OHF-410-392, Freeport, III. 61032. WANTED: Mechanic for trucking firm. Edwards Trucking. 878-5562. Ask for Dava. LEGAL NOTICE Dudley I. Korns, Department of Air Force, 429 Tactical Fighting Squadron, Cannon Air Force Base, New Mexico, will take notice that on the 6th day of May, 1968. Augusta Korns filed her Petition against you in the Court of Common Pleas being case no. 39409. Tuscarawas County, New Lewis Funeral Home "Known by service" 24 hr. Ambulance Service. Tele. 343-1133 6.—ANNOUNCEMENTS _ Our Special Aluminum roof coating. 52.60 Gal. Ace Discount, 121 S. Broadway, New Phila. Wallpaper Select now from our complete line of wallpaper. Large selection to fit your decorating budget. We w i I I gladly recommend a paper hanger. Kiser Paint Mfg. Co. Inc., 322 North av. NE, New Phila. IBM COMPUTER TRAINING AND ACCOUNTING Compotor Systems Analyst Computer Systems Operator Computer Programmer This is a Self-Contained Course designed to prepare the student In all phases of Computer Training. It is Terminal in nature and the student can expect to be completely qualified in all phases of Computer systems and operation. A screening test will be necessary for admission. 6.—ANNOUNCEMENTS FREE (EFT) Dress form with purchase of every new sewing machine. Jones Sewing Machina, 330 Kelly off Ray av. HW, Haw Phil* Yes, I am interested in IBM Computer Training. Please arrange for me to receive more information on the IBM Training.    dosi368 Name Street Age Phone City ............  Zip........State........ Present Occupation ........................................ McKinley technical institute 1916 Cleveland Avo., N.W., Canton, Ohio 456-2473 WE will pick and sell Strawberries starting next week. Get your orders in early. First orders billed first. Call 756-2500. KINSER Junior Summer League Organization Meeting Wednesday. June 12, at 1:00. All interested junior bowlers please attend. WM LPAPER Border 5 cents Yd. Also 12 ft. roll pasted border 15 cents roll. Ace Discount, 121 S. Broadway, New Phila. LEGAL ADVERTISING LEGAL NOTICE Notice is herehy given to all in-terouted parties in accordance with Ohio Revised Code Section 713.12 that the Council of the City of New Philadelphia, Ohio, will hold a pub-lice hearing at eight o'clock p.m , E.D.S.T., June IO, 1908 In Council Chambers, Municipal Building, New Philadelphia, Ohio, to consider Ordinance No. 3168 rezoning from a residential district to business district Lot No. 223 and 18 inches off the west side of Lot No. 222. situated at 34- West High Avenue, owned by Edgar Spring, Inc. A copy of Ordinance No. 3168 with the map and reports of the Planning Commission are on record in the office of the Service Director and may be examined by you. At said hearing all interested parties may be heard H Dale Horn Clerk of Council (Pub. May ll, June IO. 1968) J05048 Used Tires $3. and up support for said children, permanent alimony, household goods, automobile and other relief. You are required to answer said Petition by July 13, 1968, or the Court will render judgment accordingly. Augusta Horns BY: John L. Woodard Attorney at Law 109 West Third Street Dover. Ohio (Pub. May 20, 27, June 3. IO, 17, 24, 1968)    J05067 LEGAL NOTICE Sealed bids will be received in the office of the Safety Director of New Philadelphia, Ohio, Memorial Municipal Building until 12:00 noon, July 8.    1968    for    the    following: One New 1000-Gal. Pumper Fire Truck, And One New Van Type Truck to be used as an emergency Truck For The Fire Department. Specifications For Said Vehicles may be obtained at the office of the Safety Director. Separate bids shall be received on each individual motor vehicle. GRAND OPENING!!! TUSCO FLEA MARKET WED., JUNE 12th 12:00 to 8:00 P.M. In case of rain first good Wed. Free Prize and Free Passes to Drive-In Theatre and Mustang Dance Hall. Main Drawing at 6:00. Must be Present to Win. Located Vt Mile South of Red Barn on St. Rt. 39. George McNutt - Mgr. Mercury’s got it. comm, wen mr. SEE THE NEW 1968 MONTEGO 2-DOOR HARDTOP RADIO, HEATER AUTOMATIC WHITE WALL TIRES Only 3210'° Mercury Montego MX Brougham 2-Door Hardtop The City reserves the right to re-ject any snd-or all bids. and to JI JA fo] ll    award    the    bid to the lowest and 'best bidder. WILLIAM H. HICKS JR. SAFETY DIRECTOR (Pub. June IO. 17. 1968) J; SI 11 314 N Wooster Dover Rhone 343-8894 AUCTION at the SHANEMAN GARAGE 2 Mile West of Coshocton, Ohio on St. Rf. 36 FRI. EVE., JUNE 5:30 P.M. 14 Due to the death of my husband, the following will sell at Public Auction. GARAGE EQUIPMENT & TOOLS COMPLETE VALVE GRINDING & RE FAC LNG Set, Hobart 180 Amp. Welder, heavy duty Air Hammer, Lg. AIR COMPRESSOR with hoses Sc attachments, pr. toe-in turn tables, engine cart, .set of tool boxes oil cart, bench grinder, Ai las Drill Press Sc attachments, Tho I JO Elec. Sander, Ll. HAND DRILL SET, '■/' Sc \ j” Drills Sc Bibs, •"» drive sockets, ^ licit cutter, 14’’—%’* Tap Sc Die Set, solder gun, pipe cutter, vise, paint guns Sc regulator, tire changer, battery charger, multipurpose clamp Sc lifter, car & truck tow-in bar, tow-in tools, neon trouble light, battery filters. 80 lb. hand scale, log chains, homemade press stand, elec. tool marker, vacuum pump. Safety Flare Set. MICROMETERS, radiator thermometers, electrical test equipment, starter generator indicator, fuel pump tester, ignition Sc circuit tester, brake lining guage, air conditioning test equipment, oil pressure tester, compression tester, wire strippers. I!{, T. BLACK HAWK Floor Jack, 12 T. Hand Jack, RUGER CRANE, jack stands, head stands, FLEET TRANSMISSION JACK. All types PULLERS & INSTALLERS, COMPRESSORS, ADJUSTORS, REAMERS, HONES, WRENCHES & PLIERS. Large Assort, of Mechanics Tools, New Gaskets, Several New & Rebuilt Motor Parts and an Auto Marc 4 Air Conditioner. ‘60’ FORD (292) ENGINE. OFFICE EQUIPMENT - Desk, cash register, typewriter, motor books, pyrene Fire Extinguisher. TERMS: Cash at time of sale. OWNER: Mrs. Ralph Shaneman AUCTIONEERS: Herb Peddicord & .Assoc. Gary Zinkon (122-6009 Area Code 614 545-6182 TUESDAY CHICKEN NITE AT THE: do-yaI Tuesday Dinner Winner 2 Free Chicken Dinner* June lith Only Thomas Lehman 165 Beaver Ave. New Philadelphia, Ohio NOW OPEN MIKE'S DONUT & COFFEE HOUSE 1216 E. High Ave., New Phila. Next to House of Baskets Call 364-9953 OPEN 24 HOURS I Are you hungry for something different? Mike offers a variety of handout quality donuts that are made fresh every day. Eat tere with coffee or carry out. "DONUTS ARE OUR SPECIALTY". CAMPERS SPECIALS 1964 CHEVROLET Von. Factory camping equipment. A real family treat, or for the sportsman. 1967 G.M.C. 1/2 ton pickup truck with or without camper. Low mileage, top condition. 1967 MUSTANG. Red, 289 engine. A real sharp car. 1967 CHEVROLET Impala Hardtop, 2 door, like new, power steering, auto transmission. 1967 MERCURY Cougar 289 engine, power steering, auto, transmission. Extra clean. 1967 MERCURY Cyclone 427 engine, 4 speed transmission. Power steering, like new. 1966 MERCURY Park-lane. Factory air conditioning. Full power. Loaded A beautiful car. 1966 BUICK 4 door sedan, very clean. Full power, original tires. Very clean. 1966 AMERICAN Motors Marl inn 2 dr. hard top. 6 cyl. Stick shift. 1965 MERCURY Park-lone. Factory air conditioning. Bucket seats, full power. 1965 COMET Caliente Convertible, 289 engine, auto, transmission. A sharp car. 1965 FORD Country Sq. wagon. 6 passenger. Full power, like new Extra clean. 1964 FORD Fairlane 4 door sedan, auto, trans. Very clean inside and out. One owner local car. 1964 CHEVROLET 2 dr. Impala hardtop. Full power, auto, transmission. Extra clean. 1964 MERCURY 2 door hardtop, 4 speed An excellent cor in fine condition. 1962 LINCOLN Continental, 4 door hardtop. Full power. Mint condition. This car is the buy of the week. i/ord LINCOLN Cappel Motors Inc. 207 South Broadway Phone 364-4431 New Philadelphia A Friend Sent Him In To The OK Used Car LOT AT GIBBS CHEVROLET-BUICK . . . And NOW He's One Of Our Regular Customers!! So if you have a friend who's looking for a Used Car, take him to the OK USED CAR lot at.. . GIBBS CHEVROLET-BUICK. II What A Perfect Way To Make A Friend For Life." 1968 CHEVROLET CAPRICE 2 door hardtop coupe, V-8, automatic, power steering and pow -or aiec brakes, air conditioning, white vinyl top, AM-FM radio with stereo tope, along with many other CHEVROLET approved accessories. Jack Gibbs says, 'This cor must go!" Which means you could save enough to drive this car on your vacation. This Oo it still under Factory Warranty. 1965 CHEVROLET Super Sport, V-8, automatic, bucket seats. *1695 SPECIAL 1963 CHEVROLET I Vz ton, 12 foot stake. *1395 1964 CHEVELLE Ststion Wagon, V-8, automatic. *1295 1965 FORD Station Wagon, V-8, automatic. *1695 1964 BUICK LeSabre, 4-door, sedan, V-8, automatic, air conditioning. *1395 1966 VOLKSWAGEN 2 door *1295 1966 BUICK 4 door, hardtop, auto., power steering and brokes. *2295 1965 CHEVROLET Impala, Sport Coupe, Air Con droning. *1695 1965 OLDSMOBILE 2 dr. hardtop, V-8, auto., power steering. *1995 1966 CHEVROLET Convertible *2295 1967 International Vt Ton, Flectside Pickup, V-38, 3 speed. *1795 1964 VOLKSWAGEN I door 995 1964 PONTIAC 4 door, sedan *1295 1963 CHEVROLET 2 door hardtop, stand, transmission. *1095 SEE JACK GIBBS DON MARSTRELL DYKE GRAM LEE REISER Low Down    Local    Bank Payment [plan] Financing OPEN Monday, Tuesday, Friday 9 'Til 9 Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday 9 'Til 6 GIBBS CHEVROLET - BUICK SALES, INC. YOUR TRANSPORTATION HEADQUARTERS IN UHRICHSVILLE SINCE 1933 E. THIRD ST. 922-2123 UHRICHSVILLE, 0. A ;

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