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Times Recorder, The (Newspaper) - June 13, 1964, Zanesville, OhioSaturday. June 13, 1964 the times recorder Zanesville Ohio i not outdoors we must admit that part of our Early education was augmented by trips to the old grand and Imperial Heaters to watch the Cowboy movies. For a number of years we watched Cooks at Roundup time announce they were whipping up a Batch of sourdough biscuits and saw the cowhand Wolf them Down. We always wondered what those sourdough biscuits tasted like. Later we Learned that Bannock a Type of sourdough was quite easy to make and even clipped a recipe out of a sporting Magazine with the intention of trying it. However the recipe was lost and we never made a Batch of Bannock or sourdough. New we Are i Possession it another Smi recipe and not my we pin to try to it Bat Well pass it along with the thought that some of our camping readers might like to give it a whirl some time when the store bought bread runs out. All it takes is one cup of flour 1 Teaspoon of baking powder and one fourth Teaspoon of Salt. Mix the above ingredients in a tin or bowl stir in just enough cold water to make a firm dough. Shape with As Little handling As possible into a cake about an Inch thick. Lay the Bannock in a warm Fry pan and hold it Over the heat until Bottom crust forms rotating the pan a Little so the loaf will shift and not become stuck. Once the dough has hardened turn the Bannock Over and Brown the other Side. Then it s ready for eating add a dash of butter and a dab of Black Raspberry Jelly on it should make a delectable feed. Bass fishing at ten Dening Lake picked up a Little the past week although the five Pound club seems to be snagged at eighteen. Just falling shy of the five Pound Barrier was William a. Palmer of Tippecanoe when he showed up with a 4 Pound 2 ounce Large Mouth caught on a Popper. Walter Graham of til Townsville collected five Bass up to 3% pounds and 216 crappies on the grapple doll Fly. Also while fishing for crap pies Rody c. Roslak of new Athens tangled with a Bass on a minnow. Ottis Miller of Winters life hit four Bass last saturday afternoon weighing 1, and 4 pounds. These fish were All lured on a Heddon cobra. In the Catfish department Frank Davis of new Philly led the Parade with two cats 25, and 36 pounds. These Shovelhead were caught in the Vicinity of the Bridges and were baited with Hickory Shad. Shad also did the trick for Elmer Affolter of Uhrichsville who boated a 24 Pound Flathead. Over at Piedmont Lake Bass fishing has been Good along with Crappie and Bluegill Angling. A few Small muskies also have been reported. Mrs. John Tulenko of Wier ton w. Va., caught a Small Mouth Bass on a minnow and her husband just to prove he also knew How to connect boated a 3-Pound Small Mouth and 2-Pound Large Mouth. Don Centra of Mingo Jane eight 12 ban Wita a tag Mere thaa six Panto. Do Smith of Seabea Effle loaded six Ike Bass m a rubber alg Crawler. Charles Donaldson of Newark landed several Bass from 2 to 4 pounds in weight. Leroy Saxton of Rayland bagged 200 bluegills in one Day Many 8 to 9 inches in length. Other similar catches were reported along with Nice Crappie catches. Local treat Joe Lett Ner Aagat a us Pound Kie measuring 33k laches and his son Joe jr., caught a 9vr Pound Moskie measuring 33 inches at Dell of Lake thurs Day. They were using red eyed wigglers. The muskies both hit just be fore dark according to Harry Seckman who passed the word along to us. Battery Valentine and Brumley Fred Valentine jr., 2, left son of Washington outfielder and Mike Brumley jr., 3, son of senators Catcher prepare for annual father son contest in . Stadium sunday. Note chewing tobacco in Young Valentine s hip pocket. Sons of players will oppose their fathers Between games of washing ton Minnesota double Bill for Benefit of Washington s Chil Dren s hospitals. Up telephoto ibo wlm tues. Mite ladies team i. Total i Hopes 2441 team i. Game. I Hopes 871 ind i total Ruth Waltz 4m ind. I. Game. Us Miller 207. Twilight twisters Tern i. Total hit miss 22so team i. Game. Hit miss 822 ind. I. Total Shirley Davy 511 ind High game Laxine Quinn 185. Father it son team i. Total Hoover it Porter 2101 team i. Game Hoover it Porter 72i ind. High total. Ken Lien 51 ind i. Game Ken Lien 229. K of c b it c team i. Toll. Lemmon Lemmon j298 team i. Game Lemmon it Colopy 574 Esther Lemmon 429 ind i game Jerry canopy 208 Ruth Kuhn Fri. Nieball of Chain team i. Total Coburn Lewis. 1948 team i. Game Lynn Henry 692 ind total Al Brown 548 Mona Gildow 408 ind i. Game Chas. Henry 201 Mona Gildow 155. Fri. Nit e father it team i. Toll Miller it Miller 1132 team i. Game Miller it Miller 430 and i. Total pm Dorsey Tif t. Joss 45s ind i. Game. F. Headley 22j t. Goss. 114. Sun. Note a Etc team i total Hosey Woltz 233j team i game Polen St. Clair 850 ind. I total Lon Wall 6m Lois Robison 503 ind. I game. Wendel Dalton and Pat Waltz Fri eve . Ball it Chain team i total Francis and 733 ind i total. Gale Poland s3s ind. I game g. Harlan 201. Fri eve i . Ball and Chain team i total Taylor it Woestendick team i game Ste Dick 767 ind. Taylor it woe i total. Game Bob Bob Sebaugh to ind. I Sebaugh 2j1. Men s doubles team i total Brock and Denman 125s team i game Brock and Den Man 439 ind. A total Duane Brock 712 ind. I game Duane Brock 254. Four col games set for sunday Cannelville and Junior Pio neers will be aiming for their second victories in Central Ohio league baseball play Sunda while four other teams will be making their first appearance. Cannelville will play Host to Crooksville while the Junior pioneers travel to Rose farm rounding out the card Are Zanesville legion at Cambridge and South Zanesville meets the Phi dunes at Bergin Park. The legion South Zanesville Cambridge and Crooksville were rained out of their opening games last sunday. All games sunday will Start at 2 . Sunrise Mother it daughter he 3 game Pope and 1m2 i tame Pope and Pope ind i i game Teresa Porche ind. I 1 tame Teresa Porche 177. Sunrise sat. Batt it Chain 3 Cook and Osborne 2322 insure David Weissert in sub Axce Agency Auto boat Cycle he b. Rodr Tbj-s161 i Cook and Osborne mind. I 3 game. Men Bob Osborne 577 women Dorothy Cook 476 i Goodman from Klee St. Ind game men Bob 223 sunday Ball Chain i Downing it Beitzel 2154 i Fame. Jeff Prindle m5 i ind j game men Jeff Prindle women. Frame hot i led game men Jeff team i total no. Team i game no. Ind. I total. Helsey game no ind. I total Helsey Chorjei-555. Tuesday hate fou some team i total team no. Team i game team no. I it team no. Ind. I total Pat go bios ind. I game Pat tues two team i total no. 4-1ijj team i game no. 4-447 fed. I total v. Mcgrann he ind. I Gam. F. Tabor-215. New York up Walter Camp former Yale Star began the practice of selecting All american football teams in 1889. Races set at Midway Stock car racing resumes at Midway Speedway located five Miles South of Crooksville sat urday at 8 ., following time trials at a double feature will highlight the 10-race card and those who won last week s rain shortened card will be Back in action. More Drivers than usual will be on hand due to a 30-Day trial Jeriod to Iron out their difficult ies. Returning after victories last week will be Ralph mock who won a heat race and the Pursuit and Dorus Wisecarver and Ron Dolan heat winners. Included in the list of those expected to race will be Don Ralph Quinn Grumm Merle Nelson Pierce Baker Fred Robinson Hal Kemp Al Lewis games Dean Sam Bateson Don Factor Ralph Thomas Roy Pierce Bill Mur Phy Merv Carsey Lester Kin Don Carsey Don Gregory Ken Smith Chuck Metcalf Vern Pyle Loren Baker Wilbur Robinson Everett Fisher. Fire extinguishers boats Mamm mirth if. To chaat off or Mere or 1 a. Fire t Weug Supply he. 7j1 Bob Holbert ends career Philadelphia up Bob Holbert . Road racing Champion of 1963, announced his retirement yesterday. Holbert 41, said after 12 years of Competition he has reached the end of the line As a part time Driver and won about All there is to operator of a foreign car Agency in nearby Willow Grove Holbert was regarded As America s no. 1 sports car Driver. Dallas signs 4 Dallas up the Djamas cowboys announced yesterday the Liger big of four free Agente Back Joe Tisdale of c. Smith College offensive tackle Bob Thieve of Kent state running Back Elliott Keller of forma Aid offensive cad i Tob App of sports patrol by Steve Snider up sports writer thin even for free starting to bring Rassler now in an Effort to full up the seats and that ought work the Grunt and groan ers Are hot in the big t o w n these Days. Free Bobble water Champagne Tony Lema got his nickname not for drinking a lot of the bubbly stuff but sports car race slated Lexington Ohio up the Best sports car Drivers in the nation including at least seven 1963 class champions were crowding into the area Friday for the National championship races at the mid Ohio sports car course this weekend. Some 200 Drivers from at East 20 states the District of Columbia and Canada will take on the challenging 2.4-mile Road course sunday in the latest of the sports car club of America Spca nationals. Season champions Are deter mined on the basis of Points accumulated in the series at Var Ous courses throughout the nation. The 79.69 Miles per hour course record is expected to be bettered with a three foot trophy awaiting the Driver to first tour the course in Competition at better than 80 Miles per hour. Mets land hot Diamond Star new York up the new York mets announced yesterday they had outbid All it other major league Tabt to sign Philadelphia High school a Salon junes m. Lampe. Lampe an 18-year-old Short Stop tatted for William Peon charter High school this year to win the inter academic ague championship. In his three Prev pm seasons Hanpt hot 411, m and .411. New York up sports of All sorts Mike Souchak who failed to qualify for next week s u. S open Golf championship at Washington will spend the off time touring new York s world s fair with his family it s a Good thing i won in the thunderbird said Mike i hear things Are pretty expensive at the fair off Days for baseball mean a trip to the fair for major league clubs visiting new York this summer. Said Hank Aaron of the braves bringing my fam ily Back a fair Arena known As the Singer bowl provides free ath Letic contests including an assortment of olympic trials. Crowds have been extremely for setting up a round or two for his pals in the press room after winning a 1962 tournament that might have be come an expensive gesture at later tournaments except for one thing a Little old wine maker from France sensing a Good publicity gimmick now provides the Champagne for free. Here s an event we hate to they re the National open egg in the pro throwing championship Satur Day at Westhampton Beach . Two Man teams toss a fresh egg to each other once each and if it remains unbroken they Advance to the next round at a greater distance. Current record is 92 feet six inches the Man says. May be someone sneaked in a hard boiled egg for that one. The Cincinnati reds who i Only Home run at Chicago All last year already have nine there this year. The winds have been blowing out at Wrigley Field. Chuck Mckoley will be a Day late opening defense of his Pennsylvania grass courts ten nis title in july. Mckinley Dennis Ralston Arthur Ashe and Tom Edlefsen will be play ing before the president on the White House courts july 20, the Day Chuck normally would be playing his first Rounder at the Merion Cricket club. A real Nightmare a Golf scorekeeper s night Mare the 90-Hole round Robin invitational is being revived at new Rochelle ., july 9. Sixteen pros playing in four Somes match their scores on each Hole against each Oppon ent to receive plus or minus Points. Highest plus total wins first pro to accept Chi Chi Rodriguez. The International soccer league featuring crack teams Erom Europe and South Amer Ica in games at new York Chi Cago and los Angeles is suf Fering from the usual problem plaguing All big time soccer tie games. Four of six games so a were ties three were 1-1. Local crowds have been booing As All teams use the same tac tics of a whirlwind offence to Jet a Quick goal and then an Jour or More of defense to protect the Lead. Problem reportedly is even More serious n Europe where attendance in t up to the old Days. The new York Yankees in a of office Duel with the amazing mets try their first suburban night starting time of 6 . On june 18. Idea is to get suburbanites to bring their famil for a Twilight show that will get the kids Home at a reason Able hour. Maybe. Bob Sweeny eliminated in tourney Canton England up defending Champion Michael Lunt and Gordon Clark each won two matches Friday to move into the finals of the Brit ish Amateur Golf championship As the last american survivor fell before an English on Slaught. Bob Sweeny of Palm Beach fla., the 1937 British Amateur Champion and the last of a 31 Man United states delegation was eliminated in Friday morn ing s Quarter final round when he lost to Martin Christmas of England 6 and 5. In the All English Semi final Lunt breezed to a 4 and 3 Vic tory Over John Kail and Clark beat Christmas two up. Governor is Grandfather Columbus up1 gov. And mrs. James a. Rhodes Fri Day welcomed their first grand child a girl. The child was born to their oldest daughter. Sue. At . Est at Riverside Hospital. The child was born about two hours after her father Richard Moore received his Bachelor s degree from the Commerce col lege at Ohio state University. Or. James Patterson the at tending physician said Mother and daughter were doing Fine. The girl weighed i Pound a birth. The governor who was at the Hospital called his granddaughter a cute Little since be has three daughters he a hoped for a grandson but he an said pleased mrs Moore who would have graduated today decided t drop out of school this summer she needs six Quarter hours t Complete her degree As a or in elementary Calls for investigation Washington up rep. John m. Ashbrook a Ohio announced Friday he is introducing a Resolution calling for an investigation of business inter ests of congressmen and their employees. The Republican from Johns town said his Resolution corresponded to the Senate Resolution growing out of the Bobby Baker hearings. He said several other congressmen were Joi Taij him in sponsorship of the Lution. The Resolution directs that a study be made to determine if there has been any c o n f 1 i c of interest or impropriety am also that additional Laws Rule or regulation if necessary be recommended for enactment retail sales increase Columbus up the Ohio state University Bureau of business research reported Fri Day april retail sales averaged 1 per cent above those of april a year ago. Sales for 1964 continued an uptrend with april sales 6 per cent higher than in March after seasonal variations. Sales in the state s eight major cities was up Over corresponding figures. Akron and Canton showed a per cent Rise Cincinnati i Cleveland 5 Columbus a Day ton 6 and Toledo and Youngs town 4. Other figures for the period were Chillicothe Down 2 per cent Hamilton Middletown up 3, and Portsmouth up 4. Heads army Reserve Columbus up Brig Gen. Robert c. Tyler a Veteran of 34 years service As a commissioned officer in the Active and reserves was named com manding general Friday of the army Reserve s 83rd infantry division. Tyler 54. A Columbus attorney in civilian life succeeded maj. Gen. Harold f. Harding who retired. Tyler look Over the famed division with units adj Over Ohio and in West Virginia in ceremonies at it Hayes at my Garrison. Tyler moved into the 83rd division command from a Mobili quotes answer to previous Puzzle across the Driver s Seit 4 desert 8 have a 12 summer for 13 up to 14 dry 15 Small tumor 16 issuing 18 Case i be Ever seen 20 City in Kansas 21 Ever poet 22 australian rattle Birds 24 name 26 very for 27 dance step 30 unwilling 32 cylindrical 34 Learned his 35 Redactor 36 East for 37 bows slightly 39 Small draughts 40 uncommon 41 42 much ado nothing 45 Gayer 49 pugnacious 51 eggs 53 employs 54 negative prefix 55 Low haunts 56 scottish peaks 57------m his ways Down Fine scam 2 Willow Genus 3 gentlest 4 Western cattle 6 tidier 7 Lair 8 delicacies 9 operatic Solo 10 Bacon skin 11 Brink 17 entertained 19 Usri Ings punishment 24 bargain event 25 class of vertebrates legs 28 singing voice 27 entreats 28 on top of 29 Indian weights 31 instrument composition s3 38 decease 40 awkward 41 Iron 42 acrimonious 43 fore show 44 augury 46 level 47 cry of bacchanal 48 rave 50 Small cask daily crypt quote How to work to Axtel Baak if Longfellow one letter limply stands for another. La this Sample a to Umof for the three l a x for the two o a Etc. Single letters trophies the length and formation of the word Art All Day code utters Are differ Tat a que utter . Pc Zbyl pkg Fri Jav Jofh Dugga runt Agha to a whig w of. Uotko dept quote Happy lbs is Good for h Boot but sorrow strengthens vrou8t u Deputy Reserve in nation assignment chief of the army Washington. A graduate of Ohio state University Law school Tyler we commissioned a Reserve Mcmond lieutenant in 1931 and served with the 83rd division and the corps of engineers during world War ii. He was separated from Active duty As a colonel in it during the korean War Tyler was commander of the Centra procurement Agency to upor tation corps which operated on a worldwide basis. He was promoted to the Gen eral rank in May Ini. He is a senior partner in the Law firm of Dombey Tyler Richards and Gritser in Columbus. Ordina Cje introduced by Council author Lumc the proper City official to solicit proposals for professional services and to enter into a c6ntract for the same without Advertis ing for bids. And de Claring an emergency. Ordinance no. Introduced by Council vacating a portion of a certain unnamed Alley situated in Richmond place addition and be ing the first Alley East of and running parallel with Maple Avenue be tween Richmond Street and Kinzel Avenue. Ordinance no. Amended introduced by Council amending ordinance no. 3999 which created no parking zones and limited parking zones on Brighton Boulevard and Lexington Avenue. Ordinance no. Introduced by Council creating a no parking zone on High Street ordinance no. Introduced by Council creating a no parking zone on the South Side of Jackson Street from Liberty Street to state Street. Ordinance no. Or introduced by co authorizing Adver for bids and into a contract with lowest and Best bidder for the Purchase of trucks As required in connection with operations in the water Divi Sion. Sewer division and Street division of the Public works depart Oder Vance no. Introduced by Council Obi Nancy no. T4.1t introduced by Council amending ordinance no. 5310. Which established d parking zones i Rose Avenue. And Aring an Umeju on m Decla gency. Passed Jane s. 1944 attest Bess Wetheral. Clerk Eugene r. Miser. Of ju7thkx 5duced by m prepare execution of a contract for the Community re Newal it Tram u an to Flam necessity to in sure Aee tog Raae effect eff in Eai Fameni or this Bedy has Folven due consideration to said proposed contract and has Tell Ptel in the interest this locality to execute such authorised Ander a it to tace Motl Tationa and of Ohio and tote City Ter to undertake and carry out the preparation it Ike pro soil. Onet the Pend inf proposed contract designated r contract for Community Newal program Grant contract no. Ohio tit Morton stating erf parts 1 and ii under and subject to the provisions. Terms and conditions of watch the government would make Grant of Federal funds under title i of the housing act of As amended to this Publ la body to Aid in flan Fiur Cost of the preparation of the program for the locality of City of Jaaes Volle. Ohio la hereby approved in All respects. Section two City manager of the City of Zanes Bluet Ohio on behalf of this up Olla body is hereby Ted and directed to execute said proposed contract in two counterparts and the City clerk of the City of Ohio. U hereby authorised and directed to impress and attest tha official Seal of this Public body of each such counterpart and to Forward such counterparts to the housing and Home finance Agency together with two Cert. Fled copies of the proceedings in connection with the adoption of this Resolution two certified copies of this Resolution and such other and further Docu ments relative to the approval execution o the contract a May be required by the govern. Three the City manner of the City of Zanes Ohio. Is hereby authorized to file requisitions together with necessary supporting documents with the government. From time to time As Grant funds Are required requesting payments to be made to to on account of the Grant provided Tor in the contract and to do and perform All other thelnia and acts required to be done or performed in order to obtain for reasons stated la the preamble hereto and for the further reason that to effects the health. Safety and welfare of All the cd aliens of Zanesville. Ohio Thia Resolution is declared to be an emergency measure and Belnac an emergency measure provided it receives the affirmative vote of six or More members of Council elected thereto shall take effect and be in Force immediately upon its passage otherwise to shall take effect and be in Force from and after the earliest period allowed by Law passed june 1904 attest Bess clerk 8 Eugene r. Mixer. President of Council. Toal and in pursuance of the order of the probate court of masking urn county. Ohio. I will Otter for Sale at Public auction on the 13th Day of june. 1m4. At o clock . At inside the door of the court House the following described premises. Situated in the Cuy of Zanes Ville county of Musk Ngum and state of Ohio and being the East half of lot six of Hall s subdivision fronting 33 feet on Fountain Square and extending North on parallel lines 106 feel White it tar. Jee deed Page 5ft of the recorder s ads. Said premises relocated at and known As no. 731 Fountain Square of Zanesville. Ohio. Said premises Are appraised at and must be sold Tor not less than two thirds of the appraised value. Terms of an Cash on delivery of deed. Charles d. Moore. Executor of the estate of d. H. Crossland attorney for executor ref Trifi Recor c4w of we wish to thank friends rela elves a neighbors. Father mus Sulman Bolln Bryan funeral Home a Zane Plasa Center for their kindness sympathy. Mass cards a Flowers at the death of our husband a father thur. Man Edward Ford. Wife and children i leaving june u los Angeles. Can take 2 to 3 passengers share driving at expense. 453 5015. After 8 ._____________ Rise foods and All Legal Bever i at Steak of Leta it Maple ave. Graduation special summer vacation instruction. Classes for ners a intermediate students. Glou. Johnson s food mkt. 3-8m4 Fred h. Archer Good bad Bill collector Beer a wine carry oat Bead s food Market Greenwood at Wheeling Are. Complete trs work moving try Wonhi eat rally Taa. Go s-3m1 to Tel Wilt wite water softeners a Jee water Wells task cookie has been Cone for 3 weeks. Brown Blade a White. German Shepherd spits. Lost in Melody Lake ton. Reward. 4s3-6m. Fri Olandu Tablet formerly a diet Aew aame. Fora la far me w. J. Heck co. A d. J. Paul 1ewsp4pers news papyri

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