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   Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - February 15, 1964, Dover, Ohio                                Bidding Starts Monday For A twood Project i 1 1 The Muskingum Watershed Conservancy District will advertise for bids for construction of Atwood Lake Lodge and 20 vacation cabins next it was an nounced today by chief engineer of the Bids will be opened at noon on March Plans for the lodge will be available at the offices of Knapp Crawfis at 138 Ray New Phila It will consist of a series of structures joined having 104 guest 7 conference rooms and restaurant facilities in addition to indoor and out door swimming The lodge will be constructed of stone and roughsawn and will be air Plans for the 20 chalettype cottages on a wooded point immediately north of the lodge are available at the MWCD offices at 1319 3rd New Philadel Its personnel did the design work and will super vise The cottages will have 4 2 large livingroom and cooking facilities and will be operated as an integral part of the lodge They will have rustic wood with the interiors paneled and provided with heat so yearround use may be made of The lodge will be constructed on a hilltop overlook ing the lake and will be withui feet of the waters The lodge and cabin development will require about 20 permanent employes and an additional 30 to 40 employes during the summer Work is already progressing on construction at the site of the lodge and One and onehalf miles of roads have been cleared and about onehalf of the grading work has been The spaces within the pine grove where the cabins will be built have also been cleared and the rough grading work The 2 projects are being accomplished by the District through a bond issue of by together with an Accelerated Public Works grant of Completion of the entire project is scheduled for with opening at that Information on the including rates and reservations for can be obtained at MWCD THE DAILY REPORTER VOL 40 Largest Circulation In Tuscarawas County DoverNew February 1964 7 CENTS on The Station Planned Editor Discusses Page 4 Health Nurse Has Busy Page IS Joe Beaten Page 28 Stone Creek Clips Midvale Page 29 Bolivar Team Wins Crown Page 30 At Green Gables Construction on a service first install ment of a commercial colony at Green Gables inter change of Interstate Route 77 and Route begin George Amistadi re vealed The to be operated by Phillips Petroleum the first for the company in this will be erected on the south side of Route east of the Tuscarawas Deeds for this tract and one across the totaling were transferred yester day in the County Recorders Of fice from Ray Roth and Herbert to George Amistadi Enterprises of Dover Gunman Then Ohio AP Rudy a 20yearold farm hand sought in the brutal slay ing of four shot and killed himself today as pursuing deputies closed The large posse heard gun shots as it was stalking the hills six miles southwest of this southeastern Ohio Zamoras body was found on a ridge a halfmile from the multiple murder A trac tor was sent up the ridge to bring the body a former mental patient said to be of Mexican was believed to be the person who shot to death late Friday four members of a farm family and wounded two Deputies were called to the twostory farm home about six miles west of here shortly after ON THE INSIDE Around The World Hospital News Sports to 33 Television to 20 Self 7 Friday after one of the Patricia Wild made her way to the home of a Glenn Me Danny nephew of also was wounded and Danny had been shot with a all the others with a Officers who entered the Wild man home found the bodies of 57 his 60 their 14 and Geneva about 26 the dead couples widowed Also found were Dean and David sons of who had not been Pierces Rich died of a heart attack a month ago while the son was with him in the family Patricia suffered pellet wounds in the temple and should Danny was hit in the Patricia was home on a visit from where she is a college stu The sheriff said Danny was See Page 14 for an undisclosed Phillips officials have indicated the service station is scheduled for a tentative opening date of who operates a large mink ranch west of an nounced last year he was nego tiating for construction of a mo tel and service station at the in However the motel plans were temporarily side I still have plans for a 100 unit motel in the Green Gables Amistadi said Phillips 66 station is ex pected to have 6 employes and will include a lounge with pie and sandwich Amistadi added that it will be a complete service station for the motoring Plans call for 2 islands with 8 gasoline A 60foot tower topped with a 12 x 12foot Phillips 66 sign will be positioned on the west side of the river and exposed to both north and south bound traffic of Interstate Project engineer is Richard Dodson of Pittsburgh and the contractor will be Gundy Con struction of New Philadel Weathervane YESTERDAY High 33 Low 13 Elsewhere In High Low clear 32 21 cloudy 37 28 Los clear 64 47 clear 71 67 New clear 43 27 San cloudy 58 M M clear 46 27 TODAY 7 14 RAINFALL Last 24 hours trace TOMORROW Sunrise Sunset High 34 Low 25 Forecast snow for our county Fisher Death Ruled Fatality Joel Fisher of who was pronounced dead on arrival at Union Hospital Thursday night following a onecar acci dent on South was ruled Dovers first and Tuscarawas Countys second traffic fatality of fche year yesterday upon re ceipt of an autopsy report by Coroner Philip The report stated death re sulted from a ruptured aorta due to chest contusions apparently suffered when Fisher was thrown against the steering wheel of his See Page 14 Robbie Brooks Sets Training Start Monday New impetus was given this morning to the Community Im provement fundraising campaign when Sidney manager of the local Bobbie Brooks announced the first training session for 10 girls will begin Monday A total of has been reach ed of the A radio marathon keyed to bolstering the drive will begin at All service clubs in Dover and New Philadelphia will be sta tioned at various points through out the county to pick up con Sixteen Dover Jaycee wives will take calls and record all pledges and donations which are phoned to call are 20191 in the Dover New Philadelphia area and 9222700 in the Uhr See Paffe 14 Sergeants Rank Retained By Bell By Pete Groh Daily Reporter Staff Writer Dexter Joe Bell retains his new rank of sergeant in the Do ver Police The City Civil Service Com mission upheld his appointment last night during a hearing re sulting from a protest filed by 4 other The protestors were represent ed by Lewis for mer Canton service and George Atly Khourey contended the 31 promotional examination was illegally conducted because it wasnt held within 60 days after a vacancy occurred and also because certain patrolmen had not reached the maximum on the pay The vacancy occurred in 1963 when Joe Zahler was promoted to It developed after the meeting that Chief Garrison Groh did not formally request the sergeant ex amination until 5 months after Zahlers advance During the Khourey said the commission had done an injustice to mem bers of the department but did not call for invalidation of Bells The injustice stems from the fact that the commission has been lax in its the Can ton attorney For the sake of the departments moral the board had an obligation to See Page 14 DAY BRIGHTENER Gentleman farmer One who has more hay in the bank than io the   

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