Dover Daily Reporter, January 25, 1964

Dover Daily Reporter

January 25, 1964

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Issue date: Saturday, January 25, 1964

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Dover Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - January 25, 1964, Dover, Ohio SWIMMERS AURIN GOAL Posing happily with their boss, Tom Patton, after they had given the YMCA Morton (left). Trevor Buehler. Dave Taylor, Jim Kappeler, John Gerber, Ron physical director o ' dunking" ofter their night's work was over are: Wally Kendle, Jim Edwards, Dana Savaae, Le* White and Ray Crawley.Crash Injury Is Fatal To Uh'ville Nan UHRICHSVILLE — Richard W. Anderson, 21, of RD I, Uhrichsville, jvho was injured in a one-car accident early Wednesday morning on County Road SB south of here, became Tuscarawas County’s second traffic fatality of 1964 when he died yesterday in Canton Mercy Hospital. Death was attributed to shock resulting from hemorrhaging. Anderson had suffered a broken right leg and hip, fractured rl>s and a punctured lung. He was moved from Twin City Hospital to Canton Thursday. A passenger in the car. William E. Brehn, is still a patient in Twin City Hospital. Anderson, a machine operator See FATAL, Pare 14 Dover-New Philadelphia, Ohio, Saturday, January 25, 1964 VOL 60. NO. 166.    40    PAGES._7    CENTS Clayton Hatch Leaving Area ... Page 13 General Electric ... An Asset ... Page 15 Heid Sets St. Joseph's Mark ... Page 30 10-Man YM Crew Rips World Time By Dan Kopp Daily Reporter Sports Editor Arms that must have seemed like lead swished through the water, a gun sounded and IO dog-tired boys of the Dover YMCA Intermediate swim team could finally rest after accomplishing a world's record. Tuscarawas County, and the City of Dover in particular, etched a notch in the history books at approximately 9:13 this morning as the local tankers set an "unofficial standard for a 50-mile swim. Hie 9 Doverites and one New -" DIRECTORS OKAY $> 7,000 PROJECT JA 'Plant' Expansion' Mapped Construction will start soon for    tions greater efficiency in manu- an addition to the present work-    factoring their products. -op a- af    £ Achievement of Dover - New    thur A Rump, said, "is only Philadelphia Inc. at 425 Belmont    saws, worktables, a paintroom, Ave., New Philadelphia, Execu-    and metal - working rolls and . five Director Leonard Huff    shears. announced today.    “Tw0 student comPanies work The 24x35 addition is designed    ™ there at a time and when one to permit JA student corpora-    » painting then- product*, the m    .    ®PeratinS    Saws— OKI TUP I    Kl C | n    F    Architect for the addition is N Tnt IN5IUC    Janjes Rnapp ^ the eaB^^ tmm » awe    tor be Hinson and Co. of Do- Around The World ...•—...IS    ver. Cost will be between $6,000 Stereo On Bridge............29    and f7*000- - .to1    7    The addition is tentaively slat- Hospital News ...............-7    ^ ^ ^ completed by ta,e Obituaries .................. spring or early summer. BP0***     OO    to    34    Ej|rly April im a $10 Television .............W    to    23    remodeling project was complet- Women’s Pages ............6-9    sd la the present workshop and office at an actual cost of approximately $500 through the efforts of Hump and assistance (rf 58 local firms. The remodeling included new walls, renovated floors, office and shop equipment, wiring and fixtures, fire escape and painting. The mortgage for the facility, which has an estimated replacement cost of more than $32,000, was burned a year ago. DAY    p. BRIGHTENER A diplomat is a person who can tell a man he’s open minded when be means he has a hole in his head. Philadelphian swam the 50 miles in the friendly confines of the local pool in 14 hours, 12 minutes and 52 4 seconds — a whopping I hour, 37 minutes and 38.2 seconds quicker than did Youngstown Central which was dethroned. The marie also is better than the existing National Amateur Athletic Union standard which was less than Youngstown’s slate which showed 15 hours, 50 minutes and 30.6 seconds. The time will be sent to headquarters of both the National YMCA and AAU for verification. Twenty-three official timers worked. All who took part in the historic excursion agreed it was a lot of work and a rewarding experience. None said they would like to try for a better mark. "This goes to show you what dedication and hard work by a wonderful group of boys can do,” a ‘dog-tired’ but contented Tom Patton said. Patton, YMCA physical director the past 14 years, called this the biggest reward in his career. "It’s just great,” he said, "There is nothing like it. The boys have prepared for this for a long time and they deserve any recognition they get. It’s just wonderful.” Patton knew the swimmers were in excellent physical congee SWIMMERS, Page UAction Delayed On Request For TB Levy Kermit Lebold of Bolivar, vice president of the Tuscarawas County TB & Health Assn., presided at yesterday’s TV levy discussion. In his pocket was a letter of resignation from Leslie Bes st of Newcomerstown, president of the TB Assn. the last 14 years. The board of directors will either call a special meeting to consider the resignation or defer action until the April 20 reorganizations! session. Purpose of yesterday’s get-together with County Commissioners and Health Department officials was to evaluate reaction to a proposed 2-tenths mill levy on the May ballot. No formal action was taken by commissioners, who indicated they approved of putting the TB levy on the ballot, pending a decision by Prosecutor Harlan Spies on uses of the levy money and administration. It was pointed out chat the tuberculosis program in die county last year cost taxpayers $33,000, which included $12,000 See TB LEVY, Page Ii ;

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