Dover Daily Reporter, February 14, 1964

Dover Daily Reporter

February 14, 1964

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Dover Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - February 14, 1964, Dover, Ohio The Associated Press Is The Exclusive News Service of The Reporter In Tuscarawas Count/ VOL. 60. NO. 183.    20    PAGES. The Daily Reporter HOME EDITION Largest Circulation In Tuscarawas County Dover-New Philadelphia. Ohio, Friday, February 14, 1964 To' Serving Over 10,700 Families PHONE 4-2167 7 CENTS $8Snyder Mfg. Begins Production Of New Traction Device By LARRY FROELICH Daily Reporter Staff Writer It may not be a great milestone in the field of medical technology, but a new device manufactured by Snyder Mfg. Co. of New Philadelphia certain ly will be praised by patients suffering from arm and leg fractures and spinal injuries, not to mention the doctors, nurses and interns who can devote their times and energy to other hospital tasks. The device is a new and revolutionary, self-contained traction unit that maintains a constant predetermined tension throughout its period of use on patients. The Snyder Vari-Trac is a product of more than 2 years of research and experimentation by Snyder Laboratories, a division of Snyder Mfg. “We are not the original thinkers, but we did develop the concept into a working product and are the manufacturers and sell ers/' state Charles L. Deeds, vice president. The Initial idea came from an Illinois man. However, Snyder officials made arrangements with him to expand on the invention, by assisting in the design, setting up the manufacturing process and establishing the selling techniques. Vari-Trac has been clinically tested 30 months in various hospitals in Ohio, but primarily in BIRTHDAY. James Andrew (left) and Mary Catherine, 2 of the quintuplets born last Sept. 14, are shown in their Aberdeen, S. D., home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Fischer. Dale Nally of the Aberdeen American News made the picture (received via AP Wirephoto) on their 5-months birthday yesterday. (Copyright 1964 by Curtis Publishing Co.). Ohio College Needs Survey Will Be Made Cyprus Spurns Peace Troops By HAL MCCLURE NICOSIA, Cyprus (AP) — President Makarios today rejected the British - American proposal to land an international peace force on embattled Cyprus and will take the matter to the United Nations immediately, authoritative diplomatic sources said. Sporadic fighting persisted between Greek and Turkish Cypriots. There was no immediate official statement from Makarios or from U.S. Undersecretary of State George Ball, who ended three days of discussions in Nicosia. Ball flew to Ankara to report to Turkish officials on his talks with Cypriot leaders and to urge restraint on Turkey. He will then go to Athens on a similar mission to Greek authorities. Makarios is believed to be ready to ask for a U.N. Security Council resolution which would prevent any one nation from intervening in Cyprus and to protect Cyprus’ territorial in tegrity. This would be aimed primarily at Turkey. Diplomats said the United States and Britain believe a solution must be found to settle the differences on the island which might possibly lead to a war between Greece and Turkey, who are allies in the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. Presidential palace sources said the Greek Cypriot leader insisted that any international force be under control of the U.N. Security Council. The U.S.-British plan called for an Atlantic Alliance army of 10,000 men with about 2,000 U.S. sodiers to keep peace. There was no reaction to the hint from high Washington sources that Makarios wants an international peace force of British Commonwealth nations excluding American soldiers. Cyprus has been a commonwealth member since independence from Britain in 1960. Greece and Turkey have treaties to defend Cyprus from aggression and both keep small garrisons on Cyprus for that purpose. County Has Ohio's First Resident Agent Of BCI Tuscarawas County sheriff headquarters has been chosen by the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Identification and Investigation as the “base of operations” for its first resident-agent. Howard Seith, a former New Philadelphia resident and Carroll County deputy, will be working in 21 counties including Tuscarawas, Stark, Harrison and Carroll, as the first of several resi-dent-agents throughout tl\e state. YMCA Swimmers Raise Funds For Olympic Tryouts Local YMCA Olympic and Warrior Leaders Club will be attending the World’s Fair and a part of the Olympic tryouts in New York City Aug. 19-23. Members of the 2 groups and their parents met last night with Tom Patton, physical director, to discuss ways and means of financing the trip which will be done by the boys themselves. Through various projects already sponsored by the group, the club’s treasury warrants their going ahead and making reservations at the William Sloan YMCA which is located near the Empire State Building. Among the projects being planned are a rummage sale sometime in April, * dance and the presentation af gym allows for civic gatherings at a nominal fee. Seith, who has been with the state-supported bureau for 5 years, stated that BCI deals with the investigation of scientific evidence on a small scale at the Federal Bureau of Investigation does on a national basis. Seith’s appointment was made by Supt Martin Mosely Jr., who explained that the move was made to establish resident-agents Costra Nostra 'family' Probe Joined By PFK By RICHARD F. WHALEN NEW YORK (AP)—Five Cosa Nostra “families” are said to control the rackets in the New York area. The Justice Department is zeroing in on the one authorities say is headed by Thomas (Three-Fingers Browm) Luchese. U.S. Atty. Gen. Robert F. Kennedy was here today as the frontal assault on the crime syndicate by a federal grand jury gained momentum. About two dozen of Luchese’s underlings have appeared this week. Syndicate links with a ring of call girl-housewives in Long Island suburbs were disclosed Thursday by Dist. Atty. William Cahn of Nassau County. He also announced the arrest on bookmaking charges of a partner of an accused procurer who died mysteriously in a flaming, parked automobile Tuesday. Luchese, 63, is a short, dapper, garment industry executive who lives in a mansion on Long Island’s South Shore. He has always maintained he has See RFR, Page 6 COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP)-Ac-tion to determine Ohio’s educational needs and what must be done to meet them has been taken by the state controlling board in releasing $195,000 to hire consultants to draft a master plan for higher education. The Ohio Board of Regents will hire the Academy for Educational Development, New York to make a study of the state’s higher education facilities, policies and needs. A schedule submitted by the academy calls for typed copies of the plan to be ready by Nov. 15, with all information for each state educational institution to be ready by July 15. Among other things, the plan will outline the whole structure for higher education in relation to needs, whether curricula offerings fulfill needs, quality of faculty, financial needs and policies and functions and staffing of the board of regents. Regents Chairman Harold W. Oyster told the controlling board Thursday that Ohio’s higher education institutions face a record increase in the number of students the next two years. In listing the various factors the board must know in supervising the higher education program, he said, “We need to know what it costs to educate students in the various fields before we can logically develop a budget to present to the legislature.” Funds to hire the consultants will come from $1 million appropriated from the $250 million bond issue approved by voters last November. In other action, the board: —Authorized the Department of Natural Resources to buy 303.9 acres of additional land for $28,900 for the Salt Fork Lake project in Guernsey County. —Approved tile purchase of 8.51 acres in Hocking Hills State Forest for $9,500 to provide parking space near Ash Cave. —Held up release of $185,000 for plans or a $2 million chemistry building and $85,000 for plans for a $1.2 million earth science building at Miami University. The unversity was asked to revise the requests because of the possibility that it will not get as much federal aid as expected. —Released planning money of $720,000 for a junior exhibit multi-purpose building, $240,000 for judging arena and $250,000 for rehabilitation of the Coliseum at the Ohio State Fairgrounds. Illinois. “We have finalized the plans and have been producing for 2 wfeeks,” Deeds pointed out. The traction device was exhibited at the recent American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons Convention in Chicago and was “quite warmly accepted as a new concept in traction,” Deeds added.    v The degree of traction is governed by the interchangeable reels that permit 6, 8, IO and See TRACTION, Page 2 Snyder's Vari-Trac provides constant traction with easily adaptable "pull" reels. Joel Fisher ★ Plaza Store Manager, 57, Dies In Auto Joel (Bud) Fisher, 57, of 924 E. 4th St., Dover, manager of Scott Store in Miracle Lane Plaza, was pronounced dead on arrival at Union Hospital at 9:55 last night. Fisher apparently suffered a heart attack while driving his car west on South Ave. The auto left the street near the railroad tracks, and came to rest against an embankment, straddling the railroad tracks. Fisher, who had been with the    < Scott chain 30 years, came here 4 years ago from    Brainerd,    Minn, |ON THE INSIDE Born in Cawtaba County, N.C., he was a son of    the late George L, Th w ,d    6    his car ami Minnie Fisher Fisher.    I£/a"ye W°rld [ZZZm] David Hunes of Strasburg re- Dr. Alvarez ..................17    ported at 10:20    that amp meter, Dr, Crane ...................171 oil gauge and    tachometer were Churches ...................8-9i    taken from his    car. The thieves, ,    . , ..    „ Goren On Bridge ............YI    Hunes said, pried    open    a    win- Commandery 16    and Add    Tem- i obituaries ...................2    dow to gain entrance. pie Shrine, Brainerd Elks Lodge    non    a*    j    j l,lf     I    Sports ....................13-14!    At    7:42 p.m. an unidentified Television ....................10    j    caller complained    that    several Women’s Pages ..........10-111 boys were ransacking cars in Your Horoscope .............17    that area. Thieves Hit Tournament Fans7 Autos Thefts from autos parked near the New Philadelphia gymnasium during the county tournaments last night were investigated by police. At 10:30 George Vesco of Wainwrigh. said someone stole a pair of glasses, a cigaret lighter and a pair of sun glasses from He was a member of the First Methodist Church, Aurora Lodge IOO F. & A M. at Brainerd, Minn., Branch Chapter 42 of Ascalon 615 and Tuscarawas Shrine Club He is survived by his widow, the former Virginia Crawford; a daughter and son, Vicki and line with recommendations ' Mark of the home and 2 sisters, Moaning Man Found 3 Days After Crash AUBURN, Calif. (AP)-Floyd A. Edens, 53, who lay undiscovered for three days after his car plunged 1,000 feet down a near-vertical cliff, remained unconscious today in a hospital. He was discovered by a rescue party Thursday morning at the bottom of a cliff in a remote area in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada. His rescuers said a single groan led them to where he lay, 200 feet from where his car came to rest after hurtling off narrow Mosquito Ridge Road high above. The Oakland man, they said, was on his way from a driver’s test in Auburn to the funnel site where he worked—in Hell Hole Canyon. Capt. Richard Langer of the highway patrol said he believed this is what happened: Edens, a worker on the Middle Fork American River water project, left Auburn sometime Monday. He was traveling the narrow road 40 miles east of the city when he lost control of his car. As the car tumbled end over end, Edens was thrown out about 500 feet from the cliff’s edge. Blood was found nearby and it appeared he was trying to crawl back up when he slipped See FOUND, Pare 6 Gooch Is Given Term In Pen 800 At Rally A crowd, estimated between 800 and 900, attended last night’s spiritual rally in Dover High auditorium led by Rev. Rex Humbard, noted pastor of the Cathedral of Tomorrow at Cuyahoga Falls. Special’ music was provided by the Cathedral Trio and the Harmony Twins of New Philadelphia. in made by a committee appointed by Atty. Gen. William Saxbe. Sheriff A. J. Young praised the setup for Tuscarawas County and said it would be beneficial for local law enforcement agencies, including his department. Seith, a chief deputy in Carroll County 7 years, was a lieutenant colonel in the Army, serving with Robert Moore, now7 Tuscarawas County Probation Officer. He also knew Sheriff Young when both were deputies, Young having served in that capacity in Tuscarawas County. Seith can be contacted through the Sheriff Department. Mrs. Arthur (Gladys) Marshall of Martinsville, Va., and Mrs. William (Charlene) Smith of Savannah. Ga. Services will be held Monday at 1:30 p.m. in Me&se Funeral Home with Rev. Alva W. Taylor officiating. Interment will be in Dover Burial Park. Friends may call Saturday from 7 to 9 and Sunday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 at the funeral home. Marilyn Chamberlain Assists' In Molly Brown' Presentation DAY BRIGHTENER No one ever asks a man how he manages to combine marriage and a career. Woman Motorist Is Cited In Crash Gladys M. Barr, 55, of 1524 E. High Ave., New Philadelphia, was charged with reckless operation following an accident at 5:09 p.m. Thursday on Front Ave. and S. Broadway. Police said the woman’s auto struck one driven by Henry Welz. 70, of 734 4th St. SE, New Philadelphia, who had slowed down for children crossing the street. Welz’s wife, Melva, 64, complained of a back injury. Sharing the title role for at least 2 performances of “The Unsinkable Molly Brown” to be given by the Little Theatre next month will be Mrs. Leon (Marilyn L.) Chamberlain of 624 Evergreen Dr., Dover, it was announced today by Director Paul Jarvis of New Philadelphia. Mrs. Chamberlain, who has been active backstage with Little Theatre for the past 2 years, will productions, hut did portray the secondary lead role of Essie in 1 an Ellwood City (Pa.) presenta- ! lion of “You Can’t Take It With You.” In addition to her duties as ; housewife and mother, Mrs. Chamberlain presently serves >s secretary of the Community Concert Assn. Making    “Unsinkable Molly j Brown” somewhat of a family affair, Mrs. Chamberlain’s hus portray Molly at^ the Marchi ll bamj ^ serving in the dual capacity of technical director and portraying the role of Shamus Tobin in the production. Marilyn Chamberlain and March 18 performances, giv ing a much needed respite for Mrs. Richard F. (K) Poletti of New Philadelphia, who will portray the rule during the remainder of the musical’s 3-week run. Mother of 3 children, Mrs. Chamberlain has remained out of the limelight in Little Theatre Also active in Little Theatre for 2 years, after 5 years of directing and acting at the Red See MOLLY BROWN, Pace 7 “I hope this is the last time,” said Willie Gooch, as he stood to receive a 1-5 year sentence to Ohio Penitentiary today in Common Pleas Court. Gooch, 45, of 35V2 W. Slingluff Ave., Dover, entered a guilty plea to the charge of malicious assault this morning when he appeared before Judge Raymond Rice. On Jan. 22 he had pleaded “not guilty” to 2 counts, one for assault with intent to rob and another for stealing $600. Prosecutor Harlan Spies, after Gooch’s change of plea, gained the court’s permission to file an information on the charge of malicious assault. In the court maneuvers that quickly followed, Gooch waived his right to Grand Jury and a 1-day delay following the new information and agreed to accept the court’s sentence. Spies, in his new information, stated that last Dec. ll Gooch had assaulted his 72-year-old father, Thomas, with the intention to do bodily harm. Unlike the original charges on which Gooch had been indicted, there was no mention of intent to rob or the stealing of money. Gooch was released from the Ohio Penitentiary last September after serving a term for breaking into Barney’s Tavern in New Philadelphia and breaking out of the Tuscarawas County Jail while waiting for a hearing on the breakin case. Spies asked the court to nullify the original charges. He informed the court that it might have been difficult to prove that the defendant had the intention of robbing his father, even though he took the money. Gooch also informed Rice that he would return the money which had been held by the sheriff since his arrest. Ex-Dennisonian Leaves $7,073 To Wooster Hospital WOOSTER—Community Hospital was the recipient of a $7 ,073 check from the estate of the late Norah B. Robinette, well-known musician and seam- j stress, through her administrator, Robert H. Moore. Born in Dennison, Miss Robinette became a dressmaker, operating a shop on Main St., : Zanesville, prior to moving to here, where she designed and built her own home and continued her work as a steam-stress. Moore, who had know Miss Robinette all his life, told the hospital board of governors: “No matter what others might do for her, she always did a little more for them. “Her kindness and generosity did not end with her life. I Through her life, stitch by stitch, ! her frugality and thrift, and de- ; votion to her church, she has | given us a shining example of citizenship which we can hold up to ourselves and our children as a model for living.” According to the prosecutor, Willie had returned home intoxicated, and his father and he argued over his drunkenness. In the presence of his mother and sister, Willie then proceeded to knock his father into senselessness. The money, which his father was known to have carried, was discovered missing when his See GOOCH, Pare 2 New York Man faces! Counts In Dover Court Mayor C. LeMoye Luthy deferred sentencing today of Sylvester Moore, 36, of Buffalo, N.Y., until he sobers up. Charges of intoxication and driving on the left side of the roadway were filed by Dover police against Moore this morning at 5:45, after he drove through town erratically. The investigation began at 5 a.m., w'hen an unidentified truck driver notified police that he had seen a car weaving south on Route 21. Police went to the scene and discovered traces of a vehicle hitting the curb at 10th St. on Wooster Ave. then again at lith and again between Iron and Superior Aves., where the vehicle had spun completely around. Moore had headed back on Iron Ave., police report, and turned right on Prospect St. He lost control of the auto again near the Reeves Steel Co. office and the car stopped on the railroad tracks, where patrolman arrested him. In the car was his w’ife, a 3-year-old daughter, and a partially emptied fifth of whisky. Mayor Luthy is making arrangements with a private citi-See 2 COUNTS, Page 2 Af ^Weathervane YESTERDAY High 36 Low 30 The Weather Elsewhere High Low Pr, Albuquerque, clear . 40 25 Chicago, clear 35 25 02 Cleveland, snow 34 29 .03 Los Angeles, clear 66 47 Miami, cloudy 70 65 New York, clear 39 34 . 01 Pittsburgh, snow .. 35 31 ll St. Louis, clear — 39 26 .. San Fran., clear 57 50 ., Washington, cloudy 43 36 .. TODAY 7 a.m. ..... 30 SNOW Last 24 Hours I Inch RAINFALL Last 24 Hours .09 Inch TOMORROW Sunrise ......... ... 7:20 Sunset ......... 6:00 High 44 Low 22 Forecast: Cloudy, rain or snow. I I ;

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