Dover Daily Reporter, February 17, 1964 : Front Page

Publication: Dover Daily Reporter February 17, 1964

Dover Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - February 17, 1964, Dover, Ohio Tornadoes Pick Quakers For First 'Hurdle' On Tourney Trail...See Page 13 More People Turn To The Reporter Than Any Other County Newspaper VOL. 60. NO. 185.    20    PAGES.The Daily Reporter HOME EDITIONLargest Circulation In Tuscarawas County Dover-New Philadelphia, Ohio, Monday, February 17, 1964 Serving Over 10,700 Families PHONE 4-2167    7 CENTSHotel Dover Purchased By Pietros Radio Marathon Nets $5,288For CIO Fund Drive The Community Improvement Corp. of Tuscarawas County was $5,288 nearer its $200,000 goal today following a 4-hour marathon yesterday over Dover and Uhrichsville radio stations. Fund Chairman William Marino said this morning that more than IOO inquiries were received by the CIC panelists who fielded the questions on the aims, needs, goals, prospects and inter-workings of the CIC and also on Bobbie Brooks Inc. The overall total to date now stands at $36,188. Marino indicat- By CHARLEY DICKENS It happened to a Doverite bur-ing a Sunday church service. After he placed his contribution in the collection plate his wife leaned over and said “My, you’re generous this morning.” Realizing he didn’t understand the remark she leanec over again and whispered in his ear. He then frantically got the usher’s attention and had him bring the collection plate back while he fumbled with his billfold. Rather sheepishly he made a switch and returned the collec tion plate to the usher, with a $1 bill reposing where he hat first dropped a $20! Many young county Republi cans are so displeased with the elder leadership in obtaining candidates for the May primary that a power coup was attemptet at a recent meeting. Even though they lost out, another attempt to “improve the party" will be made next year or perhaps after the November election. On the other side, Democrats had the problem of trying to keep everyone in the party from getting into the primary. A newspaper friend of mine in Ft. Worth makes a habit of col lect ing unusual names which, in tun), have a connection with what the person may do. At the Forth Worth stock show 2 weeks ago he uncovered a “beauty.” Winning the bronco riding event was none other Pete Bruise-head. Mrs. Roy Glazier, who lives in Gnadenhutten and is the director of the newly-formed Senior Citizens group in Uhrichsville, tells the story of the lady she knew who was 95 years old and very independent. This particular senior citizen had been ill and people had been bo kind to her she went to a store to buy some ‘thank you’ cards. She forgot her glasses and had some trouble locating suitable cards. She finally found 5 that suited her and when she paid for them the clerk seemed to act very strangely. Once home she put on her glasses, glanced at the cards and knew why the clerk had been somewhat rattled. The cards included one that said simply: “Happy Birthday, Mother!” Strasburg Tot Improves After Sustaining Burns STRASBURG — Carol Yenny, J, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Yenny of 439 N. Wooster Ave., is listed as “fairly good” today in Canton’s Aultman Hospital where she was taken last Thursday night after being scalded while taking a bath. “She apparently turned the hot water on her legs and couldn t move,” Yenny said. “We took her to a physician’s office right away and he sent us to a plastic surgeon, who referred us to Aultman.1' Carol was convulsing when she was found, he added. The bandages will be removed Wednesday, Yenny said, and he and his wife will not know until then whether Carol will require surgery for the burns. ed that he believes the drive “really will begin to roll now that Tuscarawas Countians have had time to question and consider the need.” The CIC is seeking the $200,000 to finance the pilot plant for Bobbie Brooks and also provide working capital to attract other industries to the area. Several meetings with Individual groups are scheduled by CIC members and another radio marathon to windup the drive is being considered. “Just by the number of questions we had indicated to me that the public is interested in promoting industrial growth here," Marino added. Serving on the answer panel were Rev. Howard Hull, Richard Rea, Marino, J. A. Raeder, James Knapp, Ole Wessel, Henry Spring, Bill Lieser and Warren Fuerman. Members of the Dover Jaycee Wives answered the 8 telephones and took down the donations and referred the questions to the panel. The wives took over the micro- See MARATHON, Pa re IO Phila Nan, 55, Ends Life In VA Hospital LeRoy William Miller, 55, of 417 St. Clair Ave. SW, New Philadelphia, ended his life by hanging yesterday afternoon in Brecksville Veterans Hospital where he bad been a patient the last year. Prior to that he was a patient in Chillicothe Veterans Hospital 2 years. Born in New Philadelphia, he was a son of the late Clarence and Solome Ludy Miller. Miller served overseas with the Army Engineers Corps, during World War II. He formerly was employed by Goshen Sewer Pipe. Survivors: 2 sisters and 4 brothers, Alberta, Richard, Delbert and Eger of the home, Mrs. Dorothy Pace of Dover and Robert of Canton. Services: Wednesday at 2 p.m. in Meese Funeral Home with Rev. Reinhard Krause officiating. Burial in East Avenue Cemetery. Friends may call Tuesday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 at the uneral home. Renovations Are Planned For Structure Purchase of the 64-year-old Hotel Dover was announced today by Philip A. Pietro Jr. of 404 N. Wooster Ave., member of the well-known musical family. The business was acquired from heirs of the Congleton estate. The purchase price was not announced. Pietro said he and 2 brothers, David D. and Atty. Robert R., will comprise the incorporators of Hotel Dover Inc. They went to Columbus this morning to file the papers. They are sons of Philip and Irene Pietro, who have operated music studios for 25 years. Mrs. Pietro will become manager of the hotel with Robert’s wife, Carmelita, as assistant. In making the announcement, Pietro said linal details of the transaction are expected to be completed within a few days. The diningroom, which accommodates approximately 250, will be remodeled and refurnished as one of the first renovation projects. The former Fiesta room also will be modernized for dining and dancing and several rooms adjacent to the diningroom will be refurnished and used for private parties. Also in the immediate plans is the remodeling and modernizing of IO of the hotel’s 40 guest rooms. “We feel there is a definite need in Dover for the facilities we plan,” Pietro said. “We hope to provide the public with an exceptionally nice diningroom and excellent food at moderate prices. We also plan to cater to See HOTEL DOVER, Page 2 Dover Elks members who won the district ritualistic contest Sunday are (left to right): Bob Kennedy, Lee Bierie, Jack Geyer, Edgar Dill, Del Per ry, John Helmsdoerfer, Jim Bierie, Don Peters and Dr. Robert Ley Jr. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS A sneak Northeast storm whipped by gale force winds deposited up to 18 inches of snow and caused at least 13 deaths in New England Sunday. Temperatures dropped into j the teens over much of the area after the storm passed. In Maine, four women | drowned when their car slid off U.S. I and landed upside down in a Passamaquoddy Bay cove at Robbinston. At least nine other persons — six in Massachusetts and three in Connecticut—died of heart attacks while shoveling snow or from storm-caused exhaustion. Eighteen inches of snow fell in the Plymouth, N.H., area. Lebanon, N.H., had 14; Worces-See SNOW, Page 7 Dover Elks Win District Ritualistic Contest ELYRIA COUPLE INJURED Weekend Mishaps Put 2 In Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Edison Thomp- ( fered shock, but was not treat-son of Elyria are “satisfactory” | ed, according to Union Hospital Meat Stolen At Strasburg An undetermined amount of meat was taken from Strasburg Provision Co., north of Strasburg, at a breakin over the weekend. Sheriff deputies said entrance was gained by breaking a window. The theft was reported Sunday morning. Mrs. Marie Lecey of RD 2, Uhrichsville, reported to deputies Saturday afternoon that someone damaged the mailbox at her home. ON THE INSIDE iv' i is & im m « rn m rn rn Around The World ...........7 Dear Abby ..................17 Dr. Alvarez..................17 Dr. Crane ..................19 Goren On Bridge............19 Hospital News ..............IO Obituaries .....  2 Sports ..................13-14-16 Television ......  19 Women’s Pages ........  8-9 Your Horoscope .............17 Union Cemetery Board Appoints Superintendent UHRICHSVILLE — Charles Trimmer, 41, of 915 Court St., Dennison, was named yesterday as superintendent of Union Cemetery, succeeding H. O. Stilgen-bauer, who is retiring. Trimmer, an employe of Joy Mfg. Co. in New Philadelphia, is a 1942 graduate of Dennison High and a veteran of the U.S. Army, serving in the Port Battalion from 1943 to 1946. He is a member of the Dennison Methodist Church, FTA and Dennison Booster Club. A son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Trimmer, also of Dennison, he is married to the former Joan Thompson and they have 3 sons. Mike, 16, and twins, Kenny and Denny, 13. The Cemetery Board considered 19 applicants for the position before narrowing it to 3 on Saturday. The Trimmers are expected to move into the superintendent’s house at 227 W. 7th St. in April. Laws Is Renamed To Library Board County School Supt. W. E. Laws was re-appointed today by commissioners for a 4-year term as a member of the Tuscarawas County Library Board. Laws, who has been a board member since 1936, is one of 4 members appointed by the commissioners out of the 7-member board. The other 3 are Miss Frances Kapitzky of Strasburg, Mrs. Ralph Buterbaugh of New Philadelphia and Thomas E. Miller of Sugarcreek. The 3 other library board members, appointed by Common Pleas Court judges, are Mrs. Howard Stonebrook, Rev. T. W. Hoernemann, retired, and David Miskimen, all of New Philadelphia. today in Union Hospital as a result of a near headon collision on Route 21, north of Dover, during a snowstorm at 8:50 Saturday night. It was one of 8 mishaps investigated over the weekend by state patrolmen and Tuscarawas County sheriff deputies. Patrolmen said Thompson’s car was hit by one driven by Melvin Hollingsworth, 28, of Strasburg, who reportedly went left of center. Thompson, 60, the driver, suffered multiple abrasions of the knuckles, a sore right ankle and foot and a knee injury, while his wife, Lucille, 59, has possible chest injuries. Hollingsworth, who was cited, was released following treatment in the emergency room for a fractured and lacerated nose. Heavy damage was reported to the autos. The Thompsons were taken to the hospital in a Meese ambulance. Another passenger in the Thompson auto, Ronald Cole, 14, also of Elyria, reportedly suf- Road Limits Cut Dover Township Trustees have been given permission by the County Commissioners to post the 25 per cent reduction of load limits from Feb. 17 to April 15 on the following township roads —211, 338, 367, 371, 378, 379, 380 and 384. Russell Gels VFW Plaudits Elwood M. Russell of New Philadelphia, state Americanism VFW chairman, has been notified by Edward Papantonio of New York City, national Americanism chairman, that Ohio is leading the nation in the program for 1963-64. Russell, who has received a congratulatory letter from William B. Bowles of Maumee, a member of the Americanism committee, reports 96 per cent of the more than 400 Ohio posts have reported participation in the program. This is the first time Ohio has received such an honor. Among Ohio projects was the resolution adopted at the national VFW convention in Seattle, urging the creation of a national “America Ideals Corps,” fostering “old fashioned” American patriotism. Ohio posts are also selling American flag kits for Memorial Day, and distributing a Bill of Rights booklet, the flag code and copies of the Pledge of Allegiance to Ohio schools. DAY BRIGHTENER They keep saying women are smarter than men, but did you ever see a man wearing a shirt that buttons up the back? officials. Six persons were admitted to Twin City Hospital at Dennison following a one-car accident on County Road 37, east of Denison, at 2:05 Sunday afternoon. Sheriff deputies said a car driven by Robert R. Rush, 41, of RD I, Freeport, slid on an icy spot in the road, went over an embankment and struck a tree headon. Hospitalized were: Rush’s wife, Wanda, 35, leg and hip injuries and head lacerations, and 5 members of a Doylestown family, all passengers in the Rush station wagon— Thomas Schwarck, 15, leg injury; Linda, 13, neck injury and shock; Charles, 16, lacerations and bruises; Michael, IO, hip See HOSPITALIZED, Pare IO Lodge Chalks Up First Area Win Since 1929 Officers of Dover Elks Lodge 975 will compete May I in the state ritualistic contest at Columbus after winning the Southeast District event Saturday at the annual winter meeting in Steubenville. It marked the first win for the Dover Lodge since 1929. Second was East Liverpool and third was New Philadelphia, perennial winner, which had won the district title 13 of the last 14 years. A total of IO teams competed. Edgar Dill, esquire for the Dover Lodge, was named to the “All-District Ritualistic Team” along with Glenn Bible, chaplain, and Richard Musgrave, in ner guard, both of New Philadelphia. Bible accumulated the highest point total in the competition. Others on the Dover team were: John Helmsdoerfer, exalted ruler; Del Perry, leading knight; Don Peters, loyal knight; See ELKS, Page IO COUNTY PUPILS COMPETE SO Earn Superior Ratings In Contest Fifty superiors, 45 exeellents and 6 goods were awarded Saturday at the Tuscarawas County School System Sok) and Ensemble contest held in Tuscarawas Valley High School. The program, which ran from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., was managed by Frank Corbi, director of music for the Tuscarawas Valley Local Schools, and officiated by Vernon Miller of Hiland High, Robert Bayless of Tuslaw High, and Duilio DiPiero of Sandy Valley High. James Baker, county fine arts supervisor, pointed out that “students who earn high ratings Picture On Page 9 are not necessarily qualified to enter the district and state competition since any student can enter the district contest. “The purpose is to provide a preliminary contest experience for beginners in junior high as well as those in senior high and to advance criticism of the performance of each student who hopes to go to the district and state finals,” Baker added. Attaining superior ratings were: Strasburg — Jeannine Fisher, piano solo; girls ensemble; Elaine Patton, soprano solo; Horn Quartet; Flute Trio; John Stu-der, tuba solo, Tom Patton, tuba solo; Steve Fisher, cornet solo; Robert Garber, cornet solo; Gary Garber, alto saxophone solo; Cornet Quartet; Cornet Trio; Saxophone Quartet; Clarinet Quartet and Mixed Woodwind Trio. Garaway — Miriam Weber, piano solo; Gloria Jaberg, alto solo; Richard Shell, teno solo; Ned Finzer, baritone solo; Jim Wheeler, baritone solo; Jean Gardner, piano solo; Flute Trio-Doug Henry and Dean Putt, drum solos; and Drum Ensemble. Tuscarawas — Karen Fouts, piano solo; Saxophone Quarter and Danelle Fait, bass clarinet solo. Gnadenhutten—Don Galbraith, piano solo. Baltic — Karen Scheetz, piano solo; Jodi Jacobs, alto solo; Keith Miller, baritone solo, Girls Ensemble and Clarinet Trio. Tuscarawas Valley — Patricia Boyd, soprano solo; Boys En-senble; Girls Ensemble; Brass Ensemble (Junior High); Brass Ensemble (Senior High); Horn Sextet; Flute Quartet; Kathy Lunsford, horn solo; James Coyle, baritone horn solo; John See SUPERIORS. Pa ga 2 TOP TALKERS. Corbin Miller (left) and Pat McCullough, Dover High students, won berths in the state contest by winning first and third places, respectively, in extemporaneous speaking at a district speech contest Saturday in Wooster. Corbin is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Corbin Miller of 310 Grant St. and Pat is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tom McCullough of 1214 Wooster Ave. Other top finishers, who were named alternates to the state events, were Nuncy Spies, fifth in humorous declamation, and Karen Mcllvaine, fourth in original oratory. Other Dover students vying were: Charlotte Fabiano and Cenie Shott, dramatic; Terry Miller, humorous; Pat Lombardo, original oratory; Matt Fisher and Becky Hertzig, oratory; John Richards and Susan Hanner, extemporaneous, and Chuck Wilson, Susan Ott, Jeanne Ley and Bob Reese, debate. Floyd May is speech coach. Seventeen other area schools competed. Hit-Skip Damage Is Investigated Kenneth Edie of 743 4th St. NW, reported to New Philadelphia police at 1:12 Saturday afternoon that someone damaged the headlight rim of his car while it was parked at Art’s Grill. At 10:44 Saturday morning, Ronald E. Mason of 471 Kelly St. NW, said someone stole a gear shift “boot" from his Volkswagen. No one was found at IO Saturday night, when officers received a report that boys were fighting on 3rd and Ray Ave. NW. Assault Case _ Takes New Turn Tuscarawas County Prosecutor Harlan Spies indicated at noon today that he is not sure if Delbert Haver, 36, of Midvale will appear before Common Plea* Court on an information filed last week in connection with the Feb. 5 beating of a maid at Green’s Hotel at Dennison. “I don’t know if we’ll go ahead with the information or present the case to the Grand Jury,** Spies said. A roadblock in proceedings developed after it was learned that an attorney has been hired to represent Haver. In other developments, Haver was released from County Jail Saturday on a $2,000 professional bond. Spies added that he would continue to investigate the matter before any decision is reached. % Weathervane SATURDAY High 37    Low    30 YESTERDAY High 34    Low    IO Elsewhere In U.S. High Low Pr, Albuquerque, clear . 43 25    ., Chicago, cloudy —    34    26    ., Cleveland, clear ...    31    7    .. Los Angeles,    clear . 64 49    .• Miami, cloudy ..... 86    64    ., New York, clear ...    35    22    .. Pittsburgh, clear ..    39    17    .« St. Louis, clear ....    39    30    .« San Fran., clear ...    56    46    .« Washington, clear .    45    25    .« TODAY 7 a rn............... IO SNOW Last 48 Hours 3.3 Inches TOMORROW Sunrise ........... 7:10 Sunset ............ 6:04 High 38    Low    25 Forecast: Cloudy, little temperature change. ;

  • Becky Hertzig
  • Bill Lieser
  • Bob Kennedy
  • Bob Reese
  • Bobbie Brooks
  • Carol Yenny
  • Cenie Shott
  • Charles Trimmer
  • Charley Dickens
  • Chuck Wilson
  • Corbin Miller
  • Danelle Fait
  • David D.
  • David Miskimen
  • Delbert Haver
  • Don Galbraith
  • Don Peters
  • Dorothy Pace
  • Edgar Dill
  • Edison Thomp
  • Edward Papantonio
  • Elaine Patton
  • Elwood M. Russell
  • Frances Kapitzky
  • Frank Corbi
  • Fred Yenny
  • Gary Garber
  • Glenn Bible
  • Gloria Jaberg
  • Harlan Spies
  • Howard Hull
  • Howard Stonebrook
  • Irene Pietro
  • J. A. Raeder
  • Jack Geyer
  • James Baker
  • James Coyle
  • James Knapp
  • Jean Gardner
  • Jeanne Ley
  • Jeannine Fisher
  • Jim Bierie
  • Jim Wheeler
  • Joan Thompson
  • Jodi Jacobs
  • John Helmsdoerfer
  • John Richards
  • Karen Fouts
  • Karen Mcllvaine
  • Karen Scheetz
  • Kathy Lunsford
  • Keith Miller
  • Kenneth Edie
  • Lee Bierie
  • Ludy Miller
  • Marie Lecey
  • Matt Fisher
  • Melvin Hollingsworth
  • Miriam Weber
  • Ned Finzer
  • Pat Lombardo
  • Pat Mccullough
  • Patricia Boyd
  • Paul E. Trimmer
  • Phila Nan
  • Philip A. Pietro Jr.
  • Ralph Buterbaugh
  • Reinhard Krause
  • Richard Musgrave
  • Richard Rea
  • Richard Shell
  • Robert Bayless
  • Robert Garber
  • Robert Ley Jr
  • Robert R.
  • Robert R. Rush
  • Ronald Cole
  • Ronald E. Mason
  • Roy Glazier
  • Steve Fisher
  • Susan Hanner
  • Susan Ott
  • T. W. Hoernemann
  • Terry Miller
  • Thomas E. Miller
  • Thomas Schwarck
  • Tom Mccullough
  • Tom Patton
  • Vernon Miller
  • Warren Fuerman
  • William B. Bowles
  • William Marino
  • William Miller

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Publication: Dover Daily Reporter

Location: Dover, Ohio

Issue Date: February 17, 1964

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