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Evening Independent (Newspaper) - July 23, 1975, Massillon, Ohio Showers tonight aad Thursday Low tonight to the high Thursday in the 113th YEAR 17 THE EVENING INDEPENDENT Established 1863 Massillon Ohio 44646 Wednesday July 23 1975 Home Delivery 75 Cents a Week Todays Chuckle After bravely refusing a painkiller the patient explained to his dentist Im trying to transcend dental 15c A COPY Death fall A WOMAN falls to her death and a child falls aitd is injured as a fire escape collapses during a fire in Bostons Back Bay section Tuesday Diana Bryant 19 died and her goddaughter Tiare Jones 2 was injured They fell five stories The photo by Stanley Forman is copyrighted by the Boston Herald American Denies victims equal protection high court guest passenger law unconstitutional COLUMBUS AP guest passenger statute which bars passengers in an auto accident from suing the cars driver for negligence was struck down today by the Ohio Supreme Court The court in a unanimous decision said the 42yearold law is unconstitutional because it denies accident victims equal protection under the law The court said there is no valid justification for treating guests different from paying passengers Justice William B Brown In the courts opinion said the law was enacted for two reasons to prevent fraudulent conspiracies between driver and passenger and to preserve the concept of BUT WHILE those two aims may at times be worthy Brown said they do not justify barring all suits The courts ruling came in an Akron case involving a group of golfers who rode together to different golf courses each weekend On May 29 1972 Donald picked up George Primes in on their way to a golf course On the way to the course Tyler lost control of the car while turning a corner and smashed into a telephone pole Maier submits to control electric fuel adjustment cost Everybody joined in decision to bar KSU rallies Canterbury CLEVELAND AP Everybody including university joined in deciding to prohibit May 4 1970 rallies at Kent State University the No 2 Ohio National Guard chief of the time said today Former Guard Brig Gen Robert Canterbury the senior officer at the campus when guardsmen opened fire while trying to break up an antiwar demonstration told federal jurors that the decision was made by the mayor the sheriff the chief of police by everybody including university people that the rally should not be CANTERBURYS statement appeared to have relieved some concern among lawyers representing other Attorneys for the shooting Where victims who brought the current civil damages suit had predicted in opening statements that the jury would hear charges and coun placing respon for the decision on Canterbury or the schools president of the time Robert White is a professor See 14 State Rep Richard F Maier Massillon Tuesday introduced a In the Ohio House which would limit fuel cost adjustment changes charged by electric utilities to two a year and require Public Utilities Commission of Ohio approval for them The is sponsored by Maier and three other GOP members of the legislatures Joint Select Committee on Energy It follows recommendations in the committees minority report released last Thursday THE REPUBLICAN would require the to conduct hearings and act on fuel cost adjustments at least 21 Editorials 4 Health The Home Line SI Movies I Society 7 Sparta I SUMMER CLEARANCE once every six months A adjustment once passed along to consumers could not be changed for at least six months Under the present clause electric utilities most of which use coal have been able to charge their customers for increases in coal price thay have had to pay in recent years Changes now are possible monthly Transportation as wen as cost would be calculated In letting the sixmonth rate which would be limited to 90 per cent of actual colt to the utility The Republican also would permit review of higher rates passed along to customers by municipally owned utilities Maier said the would See 14 Citizen Lee BEING RESTORED The House voted Tuesday to restore Confederate Gen Robert E Lees citizen ship which he lost after the Civil War The Senate approved the in April The measure now goes to President Ford court records show attempted to Tyl er for negligence After lie had concluded ease however the Summit County Court of Pleas handed down a directed verdict for Tyler ruling that the See 14 Truck hits pole causes blackout here Driver critical in city hospital A Massillon man was hospitalized this morning after the pickup truck he was driving slammed into a utility pole on Lincoln Way E power lines causing a fire and cutting off electric service to about 500 residences The driver Thomas W Rees of 884 Amherst rd ME was reported in critical condition today in the intensive care unit of the Massillon City Hospital Hospital attendants reported that Rees suffered fractured ribs and possible complications MASSILLON POLICE said that the accident occurred at when Rees truck which was eastbound on Lincoln Way E near Sippo Park went off the right side of See 14 Need paid officer in that position Pitman Perry police officials ponder removal of Herndon as detective Some of the wrecked cars are shown after a freight train collided with a commuter train near Hamburg West Germany on At least two people were killed and 15 others were injured VINYL ALUM SIDING M 4 M Home Improvement Mark Hout 8373867 C PAUL PAINTING Interior exterior For free estimate call 8372866 Whites Trenching Wet basements and backyards downspouts and utility lines Dial 8332452 WANTED Wool presser also parttime Seamstress in local dry cleaning plant Write Box 9 co Evening Independent Sweet corn for freezing fresh picked daily discount on 10 or more dozen Peaches by the bushel with own container Beckers Farm Market 7 miles S of Navarre on Rt 21 r Hamburg Choice Round or Rib Steak Ib Choice Chuck Steak Wieners 12oz pkg 79c Fruit Drinks gal Me Smiths Milk gal IGA Bread Icecream cones banana splits milk snakes malts sundaes Hot Pizza to go BEAUTICIAN WANTED Dial 8324711 Wanted to utility trailer Dial Six Family Garage Sale 107 677 Brewster F 8 MOULDS PAINTING Interior and Exterior Ceiling texturing 8794432 Sewing tailoring alterations weddings draperies curtains Call Sandy or Becky 8321666 LOCAL 1124 Retired steelworkers meeting Fit July 1303 9th A meeting is to be held tonight among officers of the Perry township Police Department to decide whether to remove Chief Inspector Robert Herndon from his duties as a detective Major Robert Pitman acting chief of the department confirmed today that removal is being considered We want a paid policeman in that be said one of the volunteer members of the force has been a detective with the Perry police since June 1973 He has been a member of the department since 1972 Pitman who was named acting chief when Salvatore Sam Birone was relieved of his duties on May 30 said that Herndon could remain on the force either as a patrolman or a radioman That would be up to Asked If Herndon would retain his rank Pitman said ARE HERE RICHIES MENS SHOP Stringless green beans for freezing and canning 8330218 Lovely small upright piano excellent delivered 4949222 Dump deliver to 7 ton Clean up jobs 8334506 16x32 vinyl swimming pool cover 8792287 TAYLORS CARPET HOUSE Its that time again Closed til Aug 4th Hemdon said today that he learned of the plan to remove him from the detective bureau a couple of days I asked him Pitman for a letter relieving rae of my duties In my present position and also all my Herndon cakL He has not received such a letter Herndon added He also indicated that be would attend Profit Sharing tonight 821 Walnut rd SE the meeting tonight Pitman said that it would be a private meeting attended by him Capt George Matie Lt Robert Ramey and probably Hemdon I know what the meeting is all Herndon said and there will probably be a lot of big fish the trustees and also the HERNDON also gave a brief sketch of his work as an inspector for the department See 14 As Carpet Cleaning Dial 8371457 J A ANSLOVER PAINTING Interior and exterior 8334411 SCHULER SEAMLESS TACOS 512 Paps Comer SHAMROCK 8374828 ALUM VINYL SIDING STORM WINDOWS DOORS Nancys Poodle FARMERS MARKET Poodles Schnauzers 4776937 Rts 93 30 Sweet corn VASCO ASPHALT PAVING Special on all blacktop sealing Call 8325454 for estimate NEW ROOFS GUARANTEED MATERIAL AND LABOR FREE ESTIMATES JORDAN ROOTING 83253M LOOKING FOR A BARGAIN Have your eaves boxed in with aluminum and receive all new continuous spouting at half price Call Schuler Seamless Spouting 8334306 J C DOWNTOWN MASSILLON Half day sale July 24 Store wia not open till 12 noon on Thurs The morning hours when the store is normally open will be spent in reducing the initial summer stock to 30 pet and 50 pet STORE HRS THURS JULY 14 12 ALUMINUM SIDING 8330306 School bus camper sleeps 6 good running condition 8373523 or 8332781 Open tonight 64 940 9th st NE 23 bedroom brick Hostess Lois Woods Home Realty 8322088 UGLY CEILINGS Thin coat plaster Quick Reasonable free estimates Dry plaster repairing Radick 8328126 Hiway Transmission has moved to a new location at 3101 Lincoln Way E Call on Stan of Jeff about your transmission problems Dial 4779200 PEACHES APPLES Our own yellow or white peaches for eating or table use First of the season eating apples Early Harvest apples finest for sauce or pies Plums cherries melons sweet corn Open 98 closed Suns Sunny Slope Orchard 7 miles out Tremont Rt 241 Modern duplex newly carpeted years of carefree living gas furnace completely remodeled For sale 8335637 Marian Morton Poindexter taking appointments at John Thompson Hair Styling Dial 8335078 FINAL CLOSEOUT SALE End coffee tables Reg now only Inc BARGAIN SALE All summer clothes 13 to 12 off Thompsons Clothes Closet 1227 Hankins rd NE WALNUT ROAD LAUNDROMAT OPEN 9 to 11 Attendant on duty Two positions open part time Organist and choir director for medium sized Send resume to Box 24 co Evening Independent Yard Sale 9 5 966 9th st NE Womens and some mens clothing misc LOST Small gold link bracelet of sentimental value Dial 833 6821 Reward ALL HAYMAKER skirts shirts slacks tennis wear 40 pet off Thompsons Clothes Closet 1227 Hankins rd NE GARAGE SALE 9to 8 Antiques Tools Misc 1250 Concord NW We are open with home grown tomatoes corn and beans 7 days a week Springhill Gardens 1050 Wales NE 10 til 6 Pops Septic Service Summer 8330469 or 8326955 Eleven Meter Sales 11950 Lincoln Way W 8336211 CB Police Monitors 10 pet rebate 129 weekdays 10 ACRE Fairless schools Call Andy Codispoti Boebinger Realtors 7673117 or 4550345 Plants Plants Plants Now open 115 daily 707 Lincoln Way E 8323200 House plants gifts pottery hanging baskets terrariums OPEN HOUSE July to 9 614 Concord NW 1 block W off Amherst rd New brick ranch with fireplace 2 baths 3 bedrooms Realty Ed DeGordon 8329280 PETE SNYDER BATH AND KITCHEN BOUTIQUE Hotpoint and Gibson appliances Bath and kitchen gift items 931 First St NE BORDNERS Open til tonight See our big ad on Pages 2 and 29 Its hotter n that 2bit pistol come save a bundle GOOD NEWS At the Kendall House Delicious Meaty COUNTRY STYLE RIBS Dining room or takeout Try this new entree from Col Sanders Call 8334144 for orders BEAT THE HEAT WITH A SPECIAL TREAT Thurs best swiss steak Fresh fruit bowl Best breakfast specials Franks Restaurant Quality furniture stripping wood or metal re upholstering and pickup available Amherst Shopping Center next to Civic Center Hours 95 Sat 8378113 Stanwood Community garage sale Also lunch stand and bake sale July 25 and 26 9 corner of Stanwood st and Alabama SW Taste the difference Country style sausage bacon ham PORK PROD 261 Independence SE Garage Sale July 24 25 26 9 Two miles N of Dalton High School Old kitchen cabinet sausage stuffer chain saw many books and other items BLATZ SHOE SALE 46EriestS Yard Sale 332 Cherry rd NE 107 VINYL AND ALUM SIDING WINDOWS DOORS SHOCKS 8335552 Davis Landscaping New lawns maintenance trees shrubbery top soil Free estimates Brewster 7674192 PLACE 1122 6th st SW Music by John Caldwell Sat Drink dance enjoy Lost Siamese cat front claws out answers to Heidi vicinity Doctors Hospital Dial 8371250 Childs pet Reward JUST LISTED 4 bedroom brick 1 story 28x44 foundation just call Tom Higgle 6334578 Boebinger Inc For the highest quality baked breads calces and pastry at fair prices try Our beautifully decorated tasty cakes are the talk of the town Pastry Shop 915 Lincoln Way E SUMMER CLEARANCE SHOPPE 103 W Canal st Navarre ALL STOCK REDUCED 25 color consoles from 19 color remote control from Component Stereo from Console Stereo from
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