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a i a a i 8 The News- Messenger Thursday, March 8, 1973 John H. Lewis Fremont, area deaths Funeral services for John H. Lewis, 68, 207 Ewing who died Wednesday in the Medical College of Ohio, will be Friday at 1 p.m. in the Weller-Wonderly Funeral Home. The Rev.

H.E. Sheffield of Warren AME Church will officiate with burial in Oakwood A resident 27 years, enemateemor Mr. Lewis was born Dec. 18, 1904, in Huntington, Pa. He was the son of George T.

and Bess E. Lewis. Surviving are his widow, the former Lillie Tucker, whom he married Sept. 16, 1944 in Fremont; a daughter, Mrs. Elbert (Evelyn) Turner, Fremont, and a stepson, James 0.

Olliver, Fremont; sisters, Mrs. Lillian Holt, Fremont, and Mrs. George Watson, Chicago; eight grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. Four sisters and one brother preceded him in death. Mr.

Lewis was a member of the Warren AME Church and the board of trustees. He was also a member of the Masonic lodge. A plumber by trade, Mr. Lewis had retired from the New York Central Railroad. Friends may call at the funeral home Thursday from 7 to 9 p.m.

Pvt. Thomas Bell TIFFIN -Funeral services for Marine Pvt. Thomas Edward Bell, a drowning victim, will be Friday at 10:30 a.m. in the Chapel in Ar Arcadia Memory Gardens. Burial will be in the cemetery there.

Pvt. Bell was a senior at Margaretta School when he enlisted in the Marines Oct. 16, 1972. He had been stationed at Camp Pendleton, when he drowned Feb. 25 at Oceanside, Calif.

His body was recovered Friday in Carlsbad, Calif. Born March 23, 1955, in Tiffin, he was the son of Charles E. and Martha Jean Downs Bell. He completed basic training at Parris Island, S.C. Surviving are his father and stepmother, Charles and Rita Bell, Colorado Springs, his mother, Mrs.

Martha Jean Kirby, Tiffin; sisters, Mrs. Rodney Reis, Tiffin; Mrs. James Clouse, Lorton, Luanne Kay Bell and Melody Lynn Bell, both at home; his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Mirlton Downs and Mrs.

Charles Bell, all of Tiffin. There are also two stepsisters and three stepbrothers surviving. Friends may call at the TurnerEngle Funeral Home. What in the world At least 15 die in plane crash SILK HOPE, N.C. (AP) A military plane on a recruiting tour crashed in a rural area of North Carolina today.

A county sheriff's spokesman said at least 15 bodies were found in the wreckage and there apparently were no survivors. The plane was used by the U.S. Army's Golden Knights parachute team, but the Army said it could not confirm at once that members of the team were aboard. Nixon's secretary hired spy WASHINGTON (AP)- FBI documents indicate that President Nixon's appointments secretary and personal lawyer hired Donald H. Segretti, who has been identified in news stories as a political spy against the Democratic party.

The records were turned over to the Senate Judiciary Committee Wednesday by acting FBI Director L. Patrick Gray III. The committee is hearing testimony on Nixon's nomination of Gray to be permanent director. Gray returns to the witness stand today. Bus catches fire after crash FORT STOCKTON, Tex.

(AP)- A bus on a cross-country tour collided with a tractortrailer on a narrow bridge, touching off a fire which sent passengers diving through windows to escape the flames. The Texas Department of Public Safety originally said: 15 people died in the crash, but this morning a spokesman said the death toll would probably be between five and seven. Twenty-two people were injured, the department said. First standby draft lottery held WASHINGTON (AP) The first standby draft lottery for men not expected to be drafted began today. Acting Selective Service Director Byron V.

Pepitone announced that those drawing number 95 and lower will be classified. He said they will not be processed, but will be available for immediate induction if there is an emergency next year requiring Congress to renew the president's draft authority. It expires July 1. Nixon seeks urban-aid funds WASHINGTON (AP) President Nixon was to ask Congress today for a $2.3 billion Better Communities Act and authority to use part of the proceeds from federal gasoline taxes to pay for more city buses and subway trains. The centerpiece of the message was a proposal for firstyear spending of $2.3 billion under a special revenue-sharing plan that would replace 11 urban-development and housing programs he has deemed outmoded or ineffective.

You'll Flip Your Lid Over One Of Denny's Pizzas NAPOLI PIZZARIA 1215 W. State Fremont Mrs. Gladys Peters Mrs. Gladys C. Peters, 67, former resident of 208 Oaklawn died Wednesday in the Friendly Corner Nursing Home, Clyde.

She had been a resident there since 1970. Mrs. Peters was the widow of Harold Peters, who died Aug. 3, 1970. Born Feb.

26, 1906, in Henry County, Mrs. Peters was the daughter of Frank and Lucy Brenamen Lonzway. She was married July 27, 1925 in Monroe, Mich. Surviving are daughters, Mrs. Richard (Janet) Richenberg, San Antonio, and Mrs.

Louis (Marjorie) Ramirez, Fremont; a sister, Mabel Lonzway, Fostoria; 11 grandchildren and four greatgrandchildren. One sister and one brother are deceased. Mrs. Peters spent most of her life in Fostoria and was a member of the Fostoria Women's Relief Corps. Friends may call at the Ochs Funeral Home after 7 p.m.

Thursday. Cremation will follow funeral services Friday at 7:30 p.m. in the mortuary with the Rev. Elmer Stockman officiating. Griffis funeral Funeral services for Mrs.

Eydoine Griffis, 62, Hamden, Ohio, were Thursday in the Ochs Funeral Home with the Rev. Carl Thomas officiating. Mrs. Griffis, former resident and her husband, William moved from Fremont three years ago. She died Tuesday in University Hospital, Columbus.

Pallbearers were Dennis Recktenwald, John Joseph and Douglas Wagner. Knight services Funeral services for Howard W. Knight, 77, father of former State Rep. Howard Knight, Risingsun, were held Tuesday in Lakewood, Fla. Mr.

Knight died there Saturday. He was a retired postal clerk in the Fostoria Post Office and a former Fostoria resident. Localite arrested on two charges Patrolmen George Metter and Robert Dorsey arrested a Cherry Street man for disorderly conduct and resisting arrest just before 12:30 a.m. today at the Hillside Club. Gary L.

Cook, 30, 1416 Cherry, was arrested after he allegedly yelled obscenities at Metter and then refused to go with police when he was placed under arrest. Police arrest local youth Working on a teletype message out of the Military Police office in Columbus, Fremont police Wednesday arrested a Cottage Street man wanted for desertion and being AWOL. Police arrested Larry L. Beckley, 20, 223 Cottage in the 400 block of West State Street around 10 p.m. Wednesday.

Beckley, according to the message, has been missing from James R. Reinhard RISINGSUN James R. Reinhard, 41, Risingsun, died Wednesday of a self-inflicted gunshot wound. Dr. Roger Peatee, Wood County Coroner, ruled the death a suicide.

Mr. Reinhard was an operating engineer and a member of Local 18, International Union of Operating Engineers. A veteran of the Korean War, Mr. Reinhard was a member of the Disabled American Veterans. He was also a member of Risingsun Methodist Church.

Born March 18, 1931, in Fostoria, he was the son of Clinton and Mary Kassing Reinhard. He married Virginia Cullison in 1952 and she survives. Surviving also are sons, Dennis, in the Navy, and Douglas, at home; his mother, in Fostoria; brothers, Kenneth, Fostoria; Clifford, Sparta, and Glenn, Colorado Springs, sisters, Mrs. Hazel Huffman, Mrs. Dorothy Schnitzler, and Mrs.

Evelyn Speeler, all of Fostoria. Friends may call at the Mann Funeral Home, Fostoria. Funeral services will be Saturday at 2 p.m. in the mortuary with the Rev. Herbert Landis officiating.

Burial will be in Memory Gardens, Arcadia. Charles Smith -Charles Ward Smith, 63, Route 3, Bellevue died early Wednesday in Toledo Hospital. He had been ill five years. Born March 18, 1909, in Alvada. he was the son of Charles A.

and Eudora (Bridges) Smith. He married Sylvia X. Tenpenny in Tiffin, Oct. 18, 1932. He was a farmer and a member of the Seventh Day Adventist Church.

Survivors are his widow; sons and daughters, Thomas of Green Springs; Mrs. Agnes Smith, Arcadia; Mrs. Ray Black and Denny Smith, both Fostoria, and Betty Smith, at home: 13 grandchildren; one greatgrandchild; a brother, Harlow Smith, Tiffin, and a sister, Mrs. H. B.

Detterman, Bloomville. Friends may call after 7 p.m. today at the Turner-Engle Funeral Home, Tiffin, where services will be Friday at 1:30 p.m. The Rev. Frank Tocherman will officiate.

Burial will be in St. Jacob's Cemetery. Food service management courses due A series of free voluntary courses leading to certification by the Ohio Department of Health in food service management is being planned. Dates and places will be announced as soon as enough applications for the course have been obtained. Interested food handlers may apply at the Sandusky County Department of Health.

Managers will be taught such subjects as causes and prevention of food poisoning, methods of personnel training MARRIAGE APPLICATIONS Randel S. Slaymaker, 19, Fremont, machine operator, and Glenda Darlene Stiltner, 18, Clyde, assembler. John A. Trapp, 26, Avalon, greenhouse technician, and Betty Caroline Watt, 24, Clyde. Michael D.

Batesole, 24, Fremont, student, and Cynthia Ann Burroughs, 19, Green Creek Township, factory worker, Court report DALTON WILL The will of Kathryn Dalton, Vickery, divides assets among three sons and four daughters. Sons, Patrick and John Dalton, are named to be co-executers. The signature date is Sept. 1, 1969. HENSEL WILL The will of Robert D.

Hensel, Fremont, names a son, William J. Hensel, and a daughter, Roberta Ann Hensel, and leaves the residuary estate to nephews, John C. Hensel and Daniel J. Hensel in equal shares. December 13, 1967, is the date on the will.

HASLINGER WILL The will of Amelia M. Haslinger, Fremont, has been filed in Probate Court. The will bequeaths assets to her sons, Robert and Paul, and names them co-executors. April 2, 1959, is the date on the document. KLOS WILL In the will of Lawrence J.

Klos, Fremont, property is divided among his children. A son, Thomas E. Klos, and a daughter, Maryann Klos Bazzani, were named executors. Jan. 17, 1962 is the signature date of the will.

Jail term extended by court Fort Knox, Ky. and self inspection. against Eagan was dismissed. acs Serving Northwest Ohio Over 50 Years Inc. 1225 E.


to 9:00 P.M. Tues. thru Thurs. 9:30 A to 5:30 P.M. Sat.

9:30 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. A 10 day jail sentence being served by Dennis Leon Rhoads, Wood was expanded yesterday by Municipal Judge Danniel C. Connors to 30 days. A $100 fine also was imposed.

The penalties were increased after Rhoads failed to report as scheduled under the work release program of the court. Rhoads was serving time for leaving the scene of an accident. Horace Minniefield, 509 Sandusky charged with driving under the influence of intoxicants, was fined $500 and sentenced to six months in Toledo Workhouse. The defendant had been under a five year suspension of license from Fostoria Municipal Court. On charge of driving without a license, Minniefield was fined $250.

Ninety days in County Jail on work release was ordered. Dale G. Egan, Alliance, was sentenced to six months in Toledo Workhouse for driving a motor vehicle without owner's consent. He was also fined $500. A charge of receiving stolen property against Eagan was dismissed.

Dale G. Eagan, Alliance, was sentenced to six months in Toledo Workhouse for driving a motor vehicle without owner's consent. He was also fined $500. A charge of receiving stolen property Area hospital reports MEMORIAL Occupancy report SANDUSKY PROVIDENCE Wednesday Admissions (Census taken at midnight) Discharges Surgical-Mrs. Ella Russ, Designed capacity all patients Mrs.

Richard Homan, Sandusky Avenue; James Kokai, 242; today's census 158. Fremont; Glenn Mowry, Clyde; South Wood Street; Mrs. Howard MAGRUDER Wilbur Wears, Port Clinton; Wright, Carbon Street; Clarence Admissions Angela Seamon, Bellevue. William Behnken, Oak Harbor; WOOD COUNTY Sump, Port Clinton Road; George Zahn, Port Clinton Road; Mrs. James Lenz, Oak Harbor; Admissions Mrs.

Clarence Swartzlander, Thomas Heim, Lakeside- Wanda Baker, Pemberville; Green Springs. Marblehead. Mrs. Pearl Palmerton, Bradner. of Mr.

and Mrs. Alfred Lopez, Discharges Audrey Chambers, Luckey; Medical--Annette, 14, daughter SANDUSKY MEMORIAL Discharges Harmon Street; Mrs. Bernard Robert Reitz, Yvonne Renfro William Zulauf, Pemberville; Schneider, Harbor Road; and baby, all Clyde; Mildred Mrs. Judith Kreais and son, Michael Matesick, Sunrise Clabaugh, Edith Howard, both Bradner. Boulevard; Robin Bunn, Port Clinton.

FOSTORIA CITY Sycamore Street; Mrs. Florence SANDUSKY GOOD SAMARITAN Discharges Robinson, Moore Street; Albert Discharges John Mayer, Port Clinton; Gschwind, County Road 127, Newton Hess, Port Clinton. Elizabeth S. Maples, Bradner. Fremont; Ralph Esker, Woodville; Mrs.

Dean King, Kansas; Darin, 10 months, son of Mr. and Mrs. David Moyer, Clyde; Wendall Wyatt, 16, son of Mrs. Edgar Hannas, Gibsonburg. Wednesday Discharges Junior Beddow, Elliott Street; Mrs.

Ida Darr, White Avenue; Ralph Fisher, North Street; John Gnepper, North Taft Avenue, transferred to Villa Maria, Green Springs; Carol Kinney, Bartson Road; Milton Longanbach, Alger Street; Leslie Martin, State Route 412, Fremont; Mrs. Sandra Nahm, Second Street; Mrs. Fritz Weiss, Ohio Avenue; Mrs. Carlton Henry, Lindsey; Cynthia Cluckey, Woodville; William Dagg, Clyde; Mrs. Richard Ickes, Pemberville; Mrs.

C. Ray Smith, Kansas; Nicholas Weinheimer, Clyde. Around about Fremont HERMAN KRAUSS, STATE Route 53 (north), is reported in satisfactory condition following surgery March 3 in St. Vincent Hospital, Toledo. He will have additional surgery next week, according to his family.

MRS. DONALD (FAY) Huss, Herbster Street, was transferred by Roosen Ambulance Wednesday from her home to Sandusky Memorial Hospital for medical care. JAMES WOODWARD, 16, 158 Mechanic Clyde, received treatment Wednesday at 4:30 p.m. in Memorial Hospital for injuries suffered Tuesday morning in a traffic accident on Race Street, Clyde. He complained of pain in his neck and back.

He was X-rayed and released. PUBLIC NOTICE Notice is hereby, given that United Telephone Company of Ohio has with the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio an application stating that the Company is entitled, because of the reasons set forth in said application, to reasonable and equitable increases and adjustments in its rates and charges for local exchange telephone service, and to cancel and withdraw its existing tariffs and to substitute therefor its proposed General Exchange Tariff P.U.C.O. No. 3, and its proposed Local Exchange Tariff P.U.C.O., No. 4, to effect such increases and adjustments in its rates and charges, all as more fully set forth in the application on file with the Commission and Look who's here March 6 Mr.

and Mrs. Larry Schultz, 1956 N. W. Catawba Road, Port Clinton, a son in Magruder Hospital, Port Clinton. Grandparents are Mr.

and Mrs. Carl Schultz, Port Clinton, and Mr. and Mrs. W. Frank Crilly, Tiffin.

March 6 Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gallup Fourth, Street, Elmore, a son in Riverside Hospital, Toledo. March 7 Mr. and Mrs.

David Murray, Evans Gibsonburg, a son at 9:44 a.m. in Memorial Hospital. March 7 Capt. and Mrs. Paul Black, Clark Air Force Base in the Philippines, a daughter at the base hospital.

Mrs. Black is the former Priscilla Schart, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl T. Schart, Bellevue.

Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Richard Black, New York City. March 7. Mr.

and Mrs. Layne Kleinschmit, Post Office Box 733, Fremont, a daughter at 2:53 p.m. in Memorial Hospital. March 8 Mr. and Mrs.

Robert Fought, 1733, County Road 65, Fremont, a daughter at 5:29 a.m. in Memorial Hospital. March 8 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Aldrich, 3019 Oak Harbor Road, a son at 7:18 a.m.

in Memorial Hospital. Sheriff, former drug user present program for CCD Sixth Confaternity Doctrine students St. Joseph Sheriff youth, related addiction sophom*ores answered and recent drugs in Juniors panel on by Fr. Attorney Patrolman Results evaluation 109 CCD typical in the and made program of the new about studies. Some comments of Christian showed that the program was (CCD) for high school and "something to do was held at St.

Ann and to get out of the Other parishes. students remarked, "this year's Joseph Kindred and a program is better. Topics and a former drug user, guest speakers are good," and actual cases of drug "it's a good chance to see your for freshmen and friends and hear other opinions." and questions were The CCD committee now has concerning the talks several more good topics to look news articles about into which were suggested on the Fremont. evaluation sheets. It is also now and seniors heard a aware of how programs were "Vandalism" presented rated -poor, good or excellent by Sigmund Mierzwiak, the students.

Robert Heid and There is also an indication that Clarence Jones. the students are learning, of the recent according to the 30 adults sheets completed by involved in the program, since students revealed thus far the question and answer pro and con reactions periods have been quite good. exhibits thereto attached a part thereof. The proposed schedule of rates and charges and the changes and revisions applied for in the application will, if approved by the Commission, provide the Company approximately $17,000,000 in additional annual revenue or a 7.20% rate of return on the Company's rate base. The proposed schedule of rates and charges, if approved, will result in a increase in basic exchange rates for residential services, and a 51.5% increase in local exchange rates for business services.

In addition, the Company proposes increases and adjustments in many other of its communication services. Listed below are the Company's present rates, and proposed rates by rate schedule and class of service, and a classification of exchanges by rate schedule. The proposed tariff revisions will effect increases and adjustments in rates and charges throughout the territory in which the Company operates. A copy of the Application, including a copy of the proposed tariffs may be inspected by any interested party at the offices of the Commission, 111 North High Street, Columbus, and all public business offices of the Company. The form of this notice has been approved by the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio.

United Telephone Company of Ohio By R. H. Sneaker, Jr. President Exchange Areas And Associated Rate Ada Adamsville Adario Alexandria Alger Andover Anna Ansonia Apple Creek Arcanum Archbold Bartlett Beaverdam Belle Center Belletontaine Bellville Berlin Center Big Prairie Bloomdale Bluffton Botkins Bradford Bristolville Bucyrus Butler Byhalia Cairo Caledonia Camden Cardington Canterburg Chattield Chesterhill Chesterville Cortland Crook sville Croton Jefferson IV Napoleon Stryker Cygnet IV Jewell Nashville Sunbury Damascus Johnston New Lyme Swanton Danville New Madison Tedron Defiance Johnsville New Paris Utica Homer DeGraff Junction City Newton Falls Van Wert Delphos Kidron New Winchester Venedocia Deshier Killbuck North Benton Versailles Dunkirk Kinsman North Lewisburg Warren Fast Liberty Lafayette Old Fort Waterville Eaton Lake Milton Orville Wauseon Lebanon Ottawa Eidorado lida Wayland Florida Lexington Patask ala Waynestield Fort Loramie Liberty Center Pennsville Waynesville Lima Portage West Frazeysburd VI Lucas Raymond Liberty Fredericksburg 111 West Manchester IV Fredericktown Luckey Reinersville Hackney VI Westminster, Gambier Lykens Richfield Center Windham Gerald Lyons Ridgeway Woodville 111 Magnetic Springs Rimer Wooster Gettysburg Mansfield Risingsun Glenmont York Center Marengo Pittman Glouster Mar Rockford Gomer Martinsburg Rosewood Greene Mar vaville Rossburg Green Springs Mason Rushsvivania Greenville McConnelsville Russells Point Gretton Malinta Metamora Shelby Hamlet Milford Center Shiloh Hartford Millersburg Shreve Hebron Holgate Jackson Huntsville Holmesville Hollansburg Center Mt. Mt MI Mr.

Moline Morrow Gilead Vernon Sterling South Sidney Sterling Stockport Smithville Lebanon Victory Stony Ridge Rate Changes By Exchange Rate Residence Business Rate Of Service R-1 R-2 R-4 R-M B-2 8-M Schedule Main Stations) Schedule I Main Stations) Schedule Ill (4,001 6,000 Main Stations) Schedule Main Stations) Schedule Main Stations) Schedule VI (24,001 48,000 Main Stations) Schedule VI Main Stations) Proposed 9.95 8.55 6.60 Present 7.20 6.30 4.90 Increase 2.75 2.25 1.70 Proposed 10.30 8.80 6.85 Present 7.30 6.40 5.05 Increase 3.00 2.40 1.80 Proposed 10.65 9.00 7.10 Present 7.40 6.50 5.25 Increase 3.25 2.50 1,85 Proposed 11.05 9.25 7.40 Present 7.50 6.60 5.35 Increase 3.55 2.65 2.05 Proposed 11.35 9.50 7.60 Present 7.65 6.75 5.60 Increase 3.70 2.75 2.00 Proposed 11.70 9.70 7.80 Present 7.80 6.90 5.80 Increase 3.90 2.80 2.00 Proposed 12.00 9.95 8.05 Present 7.90 7.00 5.90 Increase 4.10 2.95 2.15 6.60 19.30 16.05 16.05 4.90 13.60 11.95 11,95 1.70 5.70 4.10 4.10 6.85 20.75 17.05 17.05 5.05 14.35 12.30 12.30 1.80 6.40 4.75 4.75 7.10 22.30 17.95 17.95 5.25 15.10 12.80 12.80 1,85 7.20 5.15 5.15 7.40 23.90 18.80 18.80 5.35 15.85 13.30 13.30 2.05 8.05 5.50 5.50 7.60 25.40 19.75 19.75 5.60 16.60 13.80 13.80 2.00 8.80 5.95 5,95 7.80 26.85 20.65 20.65 5.80 17.35 14.30 14.30 2.00 9,50 6.35 6.35 8.05 28.40 21.65 21.65 5.90 18.35 14.80 14.80 2.15 10.05 6.85 6.85 Schedule Vill Proposed 12.35 10.20 8.25 8.25 29.90 22.55 22.56 Main Stations) Present 8.00 7.10 6.00 6.00 19.35 15.30 15.30 Increase 4.35 3.10 2.25 2.25 10.55 7.25 7.25 Schedule Proposed 12.75 10.40 8.45 8.45 31.45 23.45 23.45 Main Present 8.00 7.10 6.00 6.00 19.36 15.30 15.30 Stations) Increase 4.75 3.30 2.45 2,45 12.10 8.15 8.15.

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