Propose Realty Tax
Boost At Lima
A proposal that revaluation of real
estate be made to provide additional
tax funds for wage increases for
Lima city workers was made public
by James M. Scanlon, field represen
tative of the United Public Workers
of America, CIO.
Lima Group Seeks Air
port Bond Vote
Council will be asked soon to
authorize a special election for a
$750,000 bond issue to finance the
construction of a Class III airport
for Lima, Harry L. Solomon, chair
man of the Citizen’s Planning Com
Actual cost of the proposed field
is estimated at between $1,250,000
and $1,500,000, with the Federal
Government furnishing support.
The airport panel recommended
that field cover more than 400 acres,
and be designated as a memorial to
Allen County war veterans.
Report Hog Cholera
Two cases of hog cholera were
reported by Dr. E. F. Laman in an
AUGUST 24th THROUGH 30th
MAMMOTH DRAFT HORSC, CATTLE,
SWINE, SHEEP, HORTICULTURE SHOWS!
LARGEST FARM MACHINERY EXHIBIT
.. GREATEST JUNIOR FAIR!
HARNESS RACING, GIANT MIDWAY,
FREE ACTS, NIGHTLY SPECTACLE!
Tho 92nd Ohio State Fair has everything to keep you and
your family entertained and informed every hour of every
day. See Ohio’s present glories get a preview of big things
JOHN M. HODSON, Director of Agriculture B. P. SANDIES, Manager
Remember—Our CAR-SERVICE it your bed CAR-SAVER. Keep your present
car ’’dtve’’ until you get delivery of your new Chevrolet by bringing it to
n for ddllod service now and at regular intervah.
NEWS NOTES FROM FOUR COUNTIES
area east of Ft. Jennings, but he
said the outbreak, first reported in
Delphos this summer, is not in an
Construct New Delphos
Farmer members of the Delphos
Equity Elevator Co. started a build
ing project through which a second
elevator will be built by the comp
Lumber was removed from a rail
road siding and grading work was
done by volunteer workers.
Set Milk Price
A price of $4.35 per hundred
pounds was set at Findlay dairies
for four per cent milk.
The price, based on conditions for
the last half of July, represents an
increase of 95 cents for hundred
pounds over the $3.40 figure for the
last half of May.
Adopt School Budget
The Findlay Board of Education
adopted a budget for 1947 calling
for $520,080 to operate the city’s
schools for the next calendar year.
The budget includes $65,000 to
for waiting for delivery of your
doing our best to see that you
get your new car as quickly as possible
STEINER CHEVROLET SALES
cover a 10 per cent increase in
teacher pay starting Jan. 1, 1947, if
voters approve an extra two-mill tax
levy for that purpose in November.
Non-teaching employee salary in
creases also are contemplated if the
levy is approved.
Large Dairy Barn Near
Fire of undetermined origin
destroyed a large dairy barn near
Findlay, the property of Dr. A. E.
Mann and J. Lester Thomas, Find
Twenty tons of hay, farm ma
chinery and next winter’s feed sup
ply were consumed. Neighbors
herded four head of cattle from the
File Outdoor Dance
The committee on Christian Social
Action of St. Paul’s Evangelical
church, filed a protest with City
Council against building an out-door
dance floor in Riverside Park.
Service-Safety Director Jack Mal
loy had proposed construction of the
dance floor, a project which has the
endorsement of the Findlay Junior
Chamber of Commerce.
A verdict of accidental death was
given today by Dr. B. F. Voorhees,
Hancock County coroner, in the
death of Delbert L. Wright, 42, Mc
Comb, whose body was taken from a
pool in Tawa Creek near Benton
The coroner said Mr. Wright ap
parently was seized with cramps
while swimming alone.
Canadians Study Beet
A study of the Hancock County
sugar beet industry is being made
by representatives of Canadian beet
Bonfire Sears Legs Of
Franklin Jacobs, 7, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Lester Jacobs, Kenton, received
severe bums on his legs and body
when he fell into a bonfire.
The boy was playing cowboy with
some friends. He attempted to
jump over the fire, but fell into it.
Hardin Crash Kills
One man was killed and three
other persons were injured in a
We want to thank our customers and pro
spective customers for your friendly
patience while awaiting your new
We know it is a hardship to wait for
needed transportation but we believe
you will understand that we, and
Chevrolet, are as eager to deliver cars as
you are to obtain them. Unfortunately,
production so far this year is far under
expectations. Chevrolet Motor Division
sums up the situation thus:
“Even though our rate of production
normally exceeds that of any other
manufacturer, we have been able to
build, up to July 1, only 12.4 per cent
as many cars as we had built up to
'that date in 1941. Production is still
far below normal, because of fre
quent shortages of essential mate
rials and parts. Strike after strike at the
plants of our suppliers has seriously
impeded our progress toward full
production, and the cumulative
effect severely hampers every manu
facturing and assembly plant. In
June we were able to build only
29.2 per cent as many cars as we
produced in the same month in
While production is restricted, so—in
proportion—are shipments of cars to us
As production increases, we are assured
of getting our proportionate share of the
total—and as quickly as cars are received,
we will speed deliveries to our customers
THE BLUFFTON NEWS, BLUFFTON. OHIO
two-car collision on State Route 195,
one mile north of McGuffey, in Har
Herman Prater, 36, of Alger, re
portedly the father of five children,
who was driving one of the cars,
was pronounced dead on arrival at
McKitrick hospital, Kenton.
Ada A & Goes Out
Stock and fixtures of the A &
store which is to be discontinued at
Ada, have been purchased by Leland
Gamer of Wayne, an employee of
the A & chain for 12 years. He
will associate his store with the
Red & White chain, operated by the
Bartley company of Toledo.
Four Shaken In Auto
Marvin Beagle and children, Jerry,
9, and Sue, 6, and Clifford Beagle
of Eagle township were uninjured
w’hen their car, owned and operated
by Marvin. Beagle, slid on the wet
pavement and hit the fourth car
from the engine on an eastbound
frieght at A. C. and Y. crossing in
The car, a 1940 model sedan, w’as
south bound. The automobile was
badly damaged. Force of the impact
broke the cars on the train apart.
Hardin Farm Bureau
Plans Big Picnic
The annual Hardin County Farm
Bureau picnic will be held at Ada
Memorial Park Friday.
Set Hardin Fair Date
The Hardin county fair board an
nounced that the 1946 county fair
will be held Sept. 24 through 27 at
the fair grounds in Kenton.
Complete Air Strip
Survey At Ada
Survey of the landing strips at
the Ada airport has been completed
by C. C. Kohli, Lima civil engineer.
Grading will begin when machinery’
is released for the project.
Paul Wertheimer, Tucson, Ariz.,
native of Ada has been employed
as manager of the Ada Air Service
Gets Park Deed
Deed to the 96-acre Hardin County
Veterans’ Memorial Park was pre
sented to the new district park com
mission at public ceremonies in the
courthouse auditorium at Kenton.
Burton Harrison, commander of
Claude Linke Post, Amvets, present
ed the deed for the $25,000 park to
Frank D. Price, chairman of the
Motorist’s Tires Ruined
Sheriff Arnold Potts, of Putnam
County, w’as hunting for the culprits
w’ho punctured tires on 35 auto
mobiles of patrons at the St. Isa
dore’s Catholic parish festival near
25th Anniversary Hon
ored By Grangers
An outstanding event in the
history of the Putnam county’
granges was the observation of the
25th wedding anniversary of their
deputies, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
FOR OVER 64 YEARS
Hester P. Smith
Successor to A. M. SmithJSOn
132 W. Crawford
ED BAME, Representative
Findlay, Ohio Phone 3012-M
1 will have two cars of
Kentucky Green* Ridge
Lump coal in about August
on A. C. & Y. R. R.
Phone 354-W or 265-W
Reese, who reside north of Pandora.
Over 250 grangers and friends of
the couple assembled in the Pandora
high school building and completely
surprised Mr. and Mrs. Reese. They
were brought to the building by a
group of grangers in a truck while
the Reeses were thinking it was
just a joy ride.
August Bernard Doak, 29-year-old
escaped Michigan convict, who had
been hunted in connection with the
$14,000 bank robbery* at Continental,
last May 29, was sentenced to life
imprisonment at hard labor at
Somerville, N. J. He pleaded guilty
to the kidnaping of a New Jersey
state trooper five days ago.
Doak and his 18-year-old bride of
two days, were captured shortly
after the abduction. The bride faces
a kidnaping complaint and five other
Feature Pandora Spud
Farmer In Article
C. J. Windau, of near Pandora,
is featured in a story in the August
issue of Capper’s Farmer, entitled
“Rye After Early Spuds.”
Windau, who has found potato
farming profitable, has worked out
a system that puts humus back into
the soil, according to the farm mag
azine. When early potatoes have
been dug, it says, he works the
ground and sows it to rye.
During the following winter about
ten tons of manure is spread to the
acre. The rye is plowed down in
the spring when it is from six to
eight inches high. The planter fol
lows. Care is taken that the ground
gets a minimum of packing after it
The potato land also gets 600
pounds of commercial fertilizer to
Wilbert Schumacher, Pandora, has
recently had his herd inspected and
classified for type, The Holstein
Friesian Association of America an
nounced. The inspection was con
ducted by Clair I. Miller, Medina,
one of the eight officials appointed
by the association to do this work
in the United States.
Among the animals classified in
this herd, one was designated “very
good”—the second highest score an
animal can receive and 3 scored
This is the second time this herd
has been classified for type.
Pandora And Grove To
Light Football Fields
At a meeting of the recreation
committee it was decided to raise
funds for flood lights to the Pandora
Columbus Grove xvill also have
lights on the football field this fall.
Findlay Man To Coach
Employment of Robert Purdy of
Findlay, to coach and teach com
mercial subjects at Ottawa public
high school was announced by school
Mrs. Emil Sprunger of Berne,
Ind., spent from Sunday until
Thursday with her daughter Mrs.
Francis Basinger and family. Mr.
and Mrs. Francis Basinger and fam
ily and Amos Basinger accompanied
her to her home and were guests of
Mr. and Mrs. John Habegger of
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Chidester
and children, Mr. and Mrs. Guy
Eikenbary, Mr. and Mrs. John Chid
ester were Sunday dinner guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Chidester and
Mr. and Mrs. Noah Finke of St.
Marys spent Thursday afternoon
with Mr. and Mrs. Sam Badertscher.
Mr. and Mrs. Amos Gerber and
Mr. and Mrs. Marion Hochstettler
and daughter called Sunday after
noon with Mr. and Mrs. Eli Augs
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Schaublin
called on Mr. and Mrs. Roy Reams
of Lima, Sunday afternoon.
Miss Irene Snyder of Chicago and
Mrs. Cyrus Burkholder of Beaver
dam called one evening last week on
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Moser and
Mr. and Mrs. Emil Gratz of Read
ing, Mich., were week end guests Gf
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Gratz and also
attended the Gratz and Coon reunion
Sunday. Other Sunday evening sup
per guests were Mr. and Mrs. Fran
cis Gratz and family of Sidney, Mr.
and Mrs. G. R. Core and family of
Columbus Grove, Mr. and Mrs. Emil
Gratz of Reading, Mich., Mr. and
Mrs. Max Miller-and Mr. and Mrs.
There will be an ice cream social
at Richland Grange Hall this Fri
day evening, August 16. Everybody
Mr. and Mrs. Fay Isham of Lima
and Mr. and Mrs. Francis Marquart
and daughter were Sunday evening
supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed
Marquart and son.
Miss LaDonna Basinger of Indian
apolis, Ind., is spending two weeks
with her grandmother Mrs. Martha
Mr. and Mrs. Eli Hochstettler
called last Monday evening at the
Amos Gerber home.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Schubert
and daughter Janice and Conrad
Schubert of Dayton called Sunday
morning on Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bad
ertscher and son.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wolfley and
daughter Marilyn of Kenton and
Mrs. Minnie Moser were Sunday
evening supper guests of Mr. and
Mrs. J. L. Gratz.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bradford,
Mr. Charley Sippins of Campa, Fla.,
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph McAdams of
Col. Grove and Mr. and Mrs. Weldon
Luginbuhl spent Thursday evening
with Mr. and Mrs. Warren Moser
Mrs. Mary Schick and Mrs. Edna
Leiber called Monday afternoon on
Mrs. Ed Marquart.
If You Want The Best—Insist On
Interchangeable Winter Windows and Summer Screens
with Genuine Inter-Lock Construction
Telephone Beaverdam 175-472
Friday, August 16, 1946
Beginning at 1 p. m.
The following property:
Parlor heater with new bowl and grates dining room
suite 2 extension tables 3 small kitchen tables 11-3 by
12i/ rug 9 by 12 rug 2 ironing boards 8 kitchen chairs
odd lot kitchen utensils dishes 60 inah kitchen cabinet
like new 2 cupboards 2 library tables rocking chair odd
lot pictures large lot antique books several small throw
rugs suit cases wood bed and springs iron bed and
springs bookcase hand sweeper and other articles.
Rotary garden cultivator wheel barrow scythe
kitchen stove wood box feed chest 30 bushel all metal
hog feeder 2 rotary hog feeders cast iron rotary hog
oiler garden rake seed tester grain sacks 2 screen door
frames window box refrigerator strawberry baskets set
horse clippers washing machine 60 gal. pressure tank
with Meyers deep well pump and electric motor automatic
hectograph, postcard size DeLaval cream separator port
able garden pressure sprayer metal cold pack cooker 2
meat boards wash tub glass fruit jars 2 bird cages and
stands metal curtain rods.
Harold McClain, Auctioneer
W. S. Jennings, Clerk
THURSDAY, AUG. 15,194 6
Mrs. S. S. Huber
Give “slow** layers Egg-Lac Pellets at noon
for two or three days and watch how fast they
come into production. Egg-Lac Pellets are just
what you’ve been looking for to give good
pullets a better chance. Stop io soon. .Get
Egg-Lac for extra egg profits.
Master Feed Mill
Leland Basinger, Mgr.
ALL DEAD STOCK REMOVED
We Pay $3 for Horses $2 for Cows
BUCKEYE REDUCTION COMPANY, Findlay, Ohio
Phone MAIN 475 Collect
BRANCH OF FOSTORIA ANIMAL PRODUCTS, INC.
of residence i»
Willie Arnett, whose
Royalton, Kentucky, a
dress is care of his
that Ruth Ann
against him di ______ ______________relief.proper
on the gnMihds of gtoss neglect of duty, ex
treme orbelty, that le had a wife living at
the time they were irried, and that he false
ly represented that e was divorced, in case
No. 37008 in the Cot rt of Common Pleas of
Allen Count Ohio, Lima, Ohio. Said cause
may be heard and ecided after the expira
tion of six week* fl :m the first publication
of this ndtice.
whose mailing' ad
ther, Mrs. Margaret
ucky, is hereby notified
has filed her petition
Iler, Her Attorney, 504
la. Ohio. 20
By Clarence C. #5
Citizens Bldg., LI
Anna E. Collins, I whose place of residence
is 1815 Riggs Piac^ N. W., Washington- D.
C., Is hereby notified that Charles A. Collins
has filed his peti|iJn against her for divorce
and ail proper relief, on the grounds of
gross neglect of quty, extreme cruelty and
three years’ willful absence, in case No.
37007 in the Cour, of Common Pless of Al
len County, Ohio, at Lima, Ohio. Said cause
may be heard and decided after the expira
tion of six weeks from the first publication
of thia notice.
Charles A. Collins, Plaintiff
By Clarence C. hfiller. His Attorney,
504 Citizens Bldg., Lima, Ohio.
NOTICE Of APPOINTMENT
THE STATE OF OHIO
Allen County, ss.
Estate of Charles Martin Gazette, Deceased.
Verna T. Gazette of Bluffton, Ohio, has
been appointed aid qualified as Executrix of
the estate of Charles Martin Gazette late of
Allen County, Ohio, deceased.
Dated this 29th day of July, 1946.
RAYMOND P. SMITH.
Probate Judge 17
W. J. REAGAN, Route 5, Lima, Ohio
The undersigned will offer at public sale at her farm
5 miles south of Bluffton on Bentley road 4 miles east of
Beaverdam on Lincoln highway and one mile south or 7
miles northwest of Ada
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