Dover Daily Reporter, February 25, 1964

Dover Daily Reporter

February 25, 1964

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Dover Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - February 25, 1964, Dover, Ohio Philo Continues Mastery, Shades Dover In Tourney Encounter ... See Page 9 Reporter Columnist Marlow Is A Pulitzer Prize Winner HOME EDITION /•*» VOL. 60. NO. 192. 16 PAGES. Largest Circulation In Tuscarawas County Dover-New Philadelphia, Ohio, Tuesday, February 25, 1964 Serving Over 10,700 Familiei PHONE 4-2167 7 CENTS En Route To New York From Mexico City 58 Lost As Jetliner Goes Into Lake Midvale Mine Will Reopen In Mid-March Production at Midvale Mine is expected to be resumed by mid-March, following yesterday’s sale of the works by Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co. to Midvale Coal Co. Inc. To at least 66 families in the Midvale-Roswell-Barnhill area the sale means jobs once again after 7 months of idleness created when PPG closed down the mine. Bryce C. Browning (left seated), secretory-treasurer, and Walter Frye, president of the MCD board of directors, look over a drawing of the Atwood Lake resort area with Robert Ellis (left standing) and Ralph Ruth, secretery-treasurer and president, respectively, of the Federal Catering firm which will manage the facility. *    -V    * Management Selected For Atwood Resort Inn The sale agreement was signed late yesterday by a PPG vice president and Robert Rutledge, ; new owner, who had been negotiating with PPG and Local Union 14% of the United Mine workers to reopen the mine. The agreement is being held in escrow by a local bank pending the clearance of tihe title and other legal details. Also to be signed is a contract with Local 14%, with negotiations expected to begin immediately. 2 Kidnapings Bring Arrest Divorce Suit Kidnaping of children, 2 by a divorced mother and I by an estranged husband, is alleged in court actions coming to light today. According to Atty. Joseph j Sheriff deputies were to re- Streb, legal counsel for Rutledge, 40 men will be called back short- turn from Alliance today with Mrs. Margaret L. Page, who is ly after March I to begin cleanup | charged with abducting her sons, The Board of Directors of Muskingum Conservancy District today announced that Federal Catering of Ohio Inc. has been named as manager pf the Atwood Lake Lodge and cottages being constructed in Carroll County. Federal Catering was selected after thorough investigation of several companies interested in the management of the facility. The firm presently is managing for the State of West Virginia Cacapon Inn at Caca p o n R.K.McDonnell, Bank Cashier, Dead At 32 Richard K. McDonnell, 32-year-old assistant cashier of The National Bank of Dover, died early this morning in the University of Virginia Hospital of pneumonia. McDonnell was to have undergone heart surgery Thursday to correct a defective heart valve inserted during a previous operation several years ago at the Charlottesville, Va., school. A native of Newcomerstown and son of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. McDonnell, he came to Dover 3 years ago when The National Bank purchased the Oxford Bank in Newcomerstown. He and his wife, Nancy, and 2 children resided at RD 2, Dover. McDonnell had been in tile banking field ll1,2 years. He graduated from the Ohio Bankers School at Athens. O. Funeral arling ements, in charge of the Addy Funeral Home at Newcomerstown, are imcomplete. State Park in eastern West Virginia, Mount Chateau Lodge at Morgantown, W. Va., and the Courtleigh Manor Hotel in Kingston, Jamaica, West Indies, as well as operating industrial cafeterias in Buffalo, N.Y. and Charleston, W. Va. Federal Catering is headed by R. L. Ruth, president, and Robert Ellis, secretary-treasurer. William Neely will be resident manager. The Lodge will be operated for the District by Federal Catering under a long-term lease on a guaranteed minimum annual rental and a percentage of all gross sales and rentals. Neely has already moved to New’ Philadelphia and his offices are located in the Muskingum Conservancy District building on 3rd St. N.W. The Lodge is scheduled to open in June, 1965, and will be the most modern facility of its type in Ohio. It will feature complete convention facilities as well as hearting, fishing, golf and other recreational activities. operations and put equipment in working order. The cleanup is expected to take IO days. Hiring of the initial 66 men was worked out previously, ending the last remaining roadblock to reopening. The 66 still must pass a physical examination. Midvale Mine, Ohio’s biggest deep pit mine, was founded by Rutledge’s father in the early 1940’s. PPG, which leased the coal-bearing property from Rutledge’s father and aunts, cited high operating costs and marketing losses when it shut down last Se* MIDVALE MINE, Page ll Court Ruling Mineral City Charles and Mary Mailat, owners of Sandy Valley Tavern of RD I, Mineral City, have won their right to bar entrance to their property by village officials attempting to reach the Mineral City w'ater wells and pumping station. Mineral City’s Board of Public Affairs had filed a motion in County Common Pleas Court last Nov. 12 asking for a restraining order against the Mailats. who had erected a barri- Upholds Barricade Amick Case Reset A hearing on an assault and battery charge against James E. Amick, 20, of 230 4th St. SE, New Philadelphia, has been re-get for March 15 at IO a.m. in Central District County Court. It bad been scheduled for today. Amick is charged with attacking Ernest Beavers of 604 Crider Ave. NE, New Philadelphia, approximately 3 weeks ago iii front iI Tony's Bar on Tuscarawas Ave. In New Philadelphia. R. K. McDonnell V ^Weathervane YESTERDAY High 26    Low’    5 Elsewhere In U.S. High Low Pr. Albuquerque, clear    45    M Chicago, cloudy ____ 31    27    .. Cleveland, clear    24    12 Los Angeles, cloudy    66    52 Miami, clear ..... 70    64 New York, clear . . .    41    19 Pittsburgh, cloudy .    30    IO St. Louis, cloudy ...    43    28 San Fran., clear ...    53    48    .. Washington, cloudy    49    24    .. TODAY 7 a.m.      9 RAINFALL Last 24 hours none TOMORROW Sunrise ............ 7:05 Sunset ............ 6:13 High 32    Low    24 DAY BRIGHTENER Mountain climbers say they climb mountains “because they are there.” That’s the same reason we go around ’em. cade on a road through their property that had been used since 1944. Judge Raymond Rice today denied the injunction on grounds that the Mailats, at the time they purchased the property in July, 1953, had no legal notice of any instrument giving right-of-way to the premises to village officials. William Brinkman, who had owned the property prior to the Mailats, had on Jan. 4, 1950, signed an instrument which granted the village right to use the premises to reach the village wells and pumping station. However, the document was not filed in the County Recorder's office until Nov. 6. 1%2. Rice, in his ruling, noted that by Ohio law, until a document is properly filed in the record- See RULING, Page 2 Keith A. and Kenneth W., both 12. The kidnaping charge was filed Feb. 15 in Central County District Court by the woman’s former husband, Mark A. Page of RD I, New Philadelphia. Mrs. Page and the children were located in Alliance by the Sheriff Department of Stark County after a check was made of area schools. The boys were enrolled in Morgan School and reportedly were living with their mother at a home on S. Mahoning Ave. at Alliance in Mahoning County. She and the children were later picked up by Mahoning County deputies and held for Tuscarawas County. The children also will be returned and are expected to be released to the father. The affidavit, filed by Page, charges the woman with kidnaping the boys “with intent to car-See KIDNAP, Page 2 This weird contraption is a familiar piece of equipment to deep pit miners and it is just one of the items which will be overhauled within the next 2 weeks for the reopening of Midvale mine. The unidentified workman is recharging head lamps for miners' caps. Phila Council Acts To Speed City Projects Grand Jury To Get Facts In Fatality Tuscarawas County Prosecutor Harlan Spies said today he would present facts of the Dec. 7 autopedestrian accident in Dover to the April Grand Jury. The accident resulted in yesterday’s death of Bedward C. Peacock, 77, of 218 1st Dr. NE, New Philadelphia, from injuries sustained in the incident. The delver of the car which struck Peacock was James Eiier, 18, of 327 W 9tii St-, Dover, who was fined Dec. ll by Mayor C. Le.VIoyne Luthy for failure to yield to a pedestrian. Because of the dale of the mishap. Peacock’s death officially will be recorded as a 1963 traffic fatality. New Philadelphia City Council last night, in a speedy 35-minute session, dealt decisively with a numbe*’ of important projects affecting city service and development, chief of which were: (1)—Approval of a new and more extensive insurance plan. (2)—Engagement of a consultant engineer firm for a storm sewage proposal. <3>—Suggested change in method of water service billing. (4)—initiation of a concentrated study of city planning, in connection with the City Planning Commission and the Board of Zoning Appeals. On recommendation of the con tact and finance committees. Council voted to purchase 2 kinds of insurance covering city prop city and miscellaneous automotive equipment, providing sufficient funds are available Under one policy to be handled by the Youngen Insurance Agency, public institutional property will be insured against fire for $1,643,250 at an annual premium of $3,824. This represents a 100.9 per cent increase in coverage at a 46 per cent increase in cost, as compared with the present tire insurance written about 3 years ago. Of this total coverage, 4 properties (airport hangar and contents; the old town hall:    a leased retail store and a leased warehouse) are insured on a separate mercantile-building. sound-value form amounting to $193,250. Five buildings are excluded from fire coverage the park picnic shelter, ticket office, wadder PHILA COUNCIL, Page 7 ON THE INSIDE Around The World Dear Abby ....... Dr. Alvarez ...... Dr. Crane Omen On Bridge -Hospital News ... Obituaries ........ Sports ........... Television ..... Women’s Pages .. Your Horoscope ll 10 13 15 13 11 New Orleans Takeoff Ends In Disaster NEW ORLEANS (AP) - An Eastern Air Lines four-engine jetliner carrying 58 pvrsons on a flight from Mexico City to New York disappeared minutes after takeoff from a New Orleans stop today and crashed in Lake Pontchartrain. There were no signs of survivors. The Coast Guard said it recovered parts of a large aircraft, including seats, communication equipment and soundproofing. Also recovered were clothing, luggage and what was described as parts of bodies. The Coast Guard said one of its helicopter pilots over the wreckage area reported there were indications that the plane either exploded in the air or on impact. The debris was scattered over a W’ide area. The spokesman said the site is about six miles south of the north shore of the lake, or some 20 miles north of New Orleans. It was about four miles east of See 58 LOST, Page ll News Briefs WASHINGTON AP)—Bobby Baker refused to testify today what his duties were as secretary to the Senate’s Democratic majority and was immediately told this might result in his being cited for contempt of Congress. The one-time page boy. who acquired wealth and power in some 20 years of working for the Senate, invoked his 5th Amendment protection against possible self incrimination in refusing to answer most ques* lions or to surrender subpoenaed documents. FT. BRAGG, NC. (AP) — Four Ft. Bragg paratroopers were killed and eight others injured during a mass parachute jump today at Holland drop zone on the Ft. Bragg reservation, military authorities announced. They said the accident occurred when a C130 aircraft apparently lost altitude. NEW YORK (AP) — Former President Herbert Hoover has suffered a “serious setback" in health, a spokesman *aid today. A hospital room has been reserved for the 89 year-old termer chief executive, who resides in the Waldorf-Astoria hotel. 9-K) 15 . 6-7 . 13 DAILY REPORTER TO SPONSOR 16TH ANNUAL ELEMENTARY EVENT  ,                           - Spelling Bee Finale Scheduled April 14 Forecast: flurries. Cloudy, light snow ^^HO is the best speller among the thousands of elementary school pupils in Tuscarawas County? Once again the answer will be forthcoming April 14 when the championship finals of The Daily Reporter s annual countywide bee is staged in Dover High auditorium. It will mark the 16th year for the spelldown. Preliminaries already are underway in some schools. Any pupil who has not passed the 8th Grade and who will not be 16 until late May is eligible to compete for the title. Hie county winner, along with the 4 runnersup, will qualify for the regional finals April 24 at Canton. The boy or girl emerging victorious there will receive an all-expense trip to the national finals in Washington. Last year’s county crown went to Greg Williams, 14, of New Philadelphia with Susan Collins, ll, of Dennison taking second place and Betsy Hastedt, 12, of Dover placing third. Those 3. along with Brenda Immel of Sugarcreek and Kathy Pierce of New Philadelphia, competed in the regional finals. Tuscarawas County has had 3 national finalists— Patti Anderson in 1955, Karen Sherwood in 1961 and Pam Lieser in 1962. All were Dover students. Approximately 30 spellers will vie in the county- wide finals. Half of them will come from the county school system and the others from city or exempted village districts. Selection of contestants for the various preliminary spelldowns may be made through written or oral competition. However, oral spelldowns must he staged in qualifying contestants for the county finals. Words which will be used in the finals at Dover High will he selected from Hie Daily Reporter editions published between now and April IL Winner of the county crown will receive $20 in cash and a trophy with the lunnerup getting $10 and the third place winner $3. GENEVA (AP»—The Soviet Union turned down a British proposal at the Geneva disarmament conference today to strengthen United Nations peace-keeping machinery. British Foreign Minister R A. Butler made the proposal. He said the Cyprus crisis shows such a force is needed urgently and that it will also be essential for the .security of al] nations in a future disarming world. DALLAS 'AP) — The fourth juror was selected today for the murder trial of Jack Ruby in Dallas. He is Luther E. Dickerson, 27. a vice president of a chemical firm Ile testified that lie did not see either the original or any reruns of the telev used scene in which Ruby shot Ixe Harvey Oswald. ;

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