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   Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - March 2, 1964, Dover, Ohio                                Reporter Columnist Mcrrhw Is A Pulitzer Prize Winner THE DAILY REPORTER HOME EDITION 18 largest Circulation In Toscarawas County DoverNew March 1964 Serving Over Familial PHONE 42167 7 CENTS Plane Disasters Lake Tahoe Mystery Linked To Snowstorm BULLETIN HAMILTON AIR FORCE AP The Air Force said today wreckage of a plane which disappeared Sun day with 85 persons aboard had been found on a mountainside near Lake Jim Barrier of the bases information service said a helicopter pilot reported no sign of survivors around the wreckage at the c takcn by neIicoPter to the remote scene at the foot level of a snowy confirmed there were no TAHOE AP Military and Civil air patrol planes took off this morning while ground rescue crews set out on foot in search of a Paradise Airlines Constellation that vanished snowstorm with 81 passengers and a crew of The Weather Bureau said Sundays snowstorm had cleared and good weather would probably prevail throughout the allowing helicopters from Hamilton Air Force and nearby Stead Air Force Base in Nevada to search the rugged Sierra around Lake Taking part in the contract signing were Adolph Pacifico president of District United Mine Workers of Andy mine super and Robert Rutledge president of Midvale Coal CLEANUP OPERATIONS BEGIN Midvale Mine Pact Okayed With the signing of an open end union contract Sunday in the Midvale Goal months of negotiations came to an Fourteen workers be gan cleanup operations this morning in Midvale ac cording to Robert president of Midvale Coal Robert financial sec retary of Local 1496 of the Unit ed Mine stated that men will be rehired as they are needed by noting that seniority rights will be based on the workers clas sification before the mine shut down last Workers who do not return at this time will be placed on a panel according to their senior oldest members As classification needs arise these men will be recalled to the Russell This is an industrywide con tract used hi West Pennsylvania and Ohio and will run until either side gives a 60 day notice to reopen negotia tions on Russell pointed Police Probe 5 Phila Mishaps No injuries were reported in 5 accidents investigated over the weekend in New Philadel Nonnan of was cited for failure to yield the rightofway following an accident at Sunday after noon on High and 12th car collided with one operated by Clarence Mill of In an accident at Satur day morning on High a car driven by Francis of New struck the rear of one operated by Charles of Saturday morning a car driven toy Floyd Sny of 408 Clair New collided with a car owned by Ronald Meese of Newark which was parked on Clair Nina of RD New reported to police over the weekend that her car struck by a hitskip motor ist while it was parked in the 700 block of Fair A car driven by Hill of RD New Philadel backed from a parking lot on High at Friday night and struck a car driven by Eugene of RD New adding that the contract was similar to the one signed in De According to the union offi awelfare providing for insurance and is included in the This provision states that 40 cents per ton of coal mined will be sent to Washing ton where it will be placed in a UMW trust Russell stated that 2 shifts were to work today to clean up the mine and repair a broken See 2 Tanker Rescue Saves Of 36 Men APIThirty four survivors of the broken Greek tanker Amphialos ar rived in Halifax early today aboard a Canadian warship aft er a dramatic rescue from the stormy North Two members of the 36man Greek crew perished after the tanker split in two un der the battering of gale winds and 20foot waves off the Nova Scotia coast Five of the survivors were taken to a hospital on Stamantis the Amphialos said he and his men clung for hours to a rail of the stern section until they were picked up Sunday afternoon by the Canadian de stroyer escort A 300foot bow section of the 630 foot ship floated away and The survivors were wrapped in navy blankets as they left the Canadian Most ap peared cheerful but They shook hands with the Canadian See 13 Burial Questions Cloud CIC Work James coun sel for the Community Improve ment today asked County Commissioners to produce a transcript of date of and date of and place of burial of persons be lieved to have been buried on the County Childrens Home near the site of the pilot building being erected for Bobbie Brooks Stephensons request was made upon discovery at noon that the County Home possesses records of some of whom were buried at the Childrens Home Ceme some at the home cem etery and some at no given The lawyer said that County Welfare Director Lorin Gadd had revealed the existence of such which indicate that at least 15 children had been buried on the Children Home Phila Zoning Hearing Set The proposed rezoning of lots between 3rd and 4th near Carrie New Philadel will be aired at 4 Tuesday in the New Philadel phia City Council Mayor Joseph Pritz said this morning that it would be a pub lic meeting and the City Plan ning Commission and Board of Appeals members would be pres The zoning dispute is over 4 lots owned by Byron and Helen Schneiter more than 3 years asked the property be zoned The land was former business site for the Schwartz Mobile Homes Mayor Pritz said he received petitions on the one with 12 persons against the plan and one with 19 in grounds at a place which is pres ently The County Commissioners ad mitted they learned of the rec ord on Friday and one of Jacob had actual ly scanned the records up to Acting on the advice of Zella daughter of George who was superintendent of the home from 1910 to the commissioners said today it was their opinion that no child had been buried on the grounds since Stephenson suggested that rec ords mght prove burials contin ued on up to World War Stephenson quoted law which forbids cemetery property to be sold for commercial Removal of bodies may be compelled by court the attorney pointed and agreed with County Prosecutor Harlan Spies that before such an order can be given We have to have a No matter where the burial plot Stephenson I suggest the commissioners go See Pare 2 Alexander Sherry from in charge of the search said 14 reports had ibeen received from persons around the lake who reported hearing either an air plane or an The loaded to capaci vanished about noon Sun Veteran pilot Henry Nor had just radioed that he was starting his 27mile ap proach down 23mile long Lake Tahoe to the airport in Tahoe It was the first mishap in the twoyearold Paradise Airlines The propellor driven Constellation may have plunged into the huge Norris possibly turned and crashed into the The scene is only a few miles from Squaw scene of the 1960 Winter In the Civil Aero nautics Board said it was send See LAKE Page 13 County Record Audit Begins Examinners from the State Bureau of Inspection and Super vision of Public Offices began a check of fund records in all county County Auditor Donald Kinsey This is the first such examina tion conducted since Kinsey The at that continued on until Floyd district super visor of was present today to initiate the examina tions which will be carried on by Hazel Seccomlbe of Canton and Donald Marshall of just had transferred from the Depart ment of Taxation to the Bureau of and had actually been working on records in the county auditors office Judo In News ALLIANCE Rollie Varner of Dover took first place and Jim of the same third in an invitational judo meet here The tail section of a British airliner is crushed into the snow and rocks on the side of where 83 bound for Innsbruck from London for a died The plane hit near the exploded and slid down a AP Wirephoto Lives n British Ship Rams Into Austrian Alp Austria Helicopters took Austrian res cue cams lo an Alpine ravine today to begin tiie grim job of removing the bodies of 83 vic tims from the wreckage of a British airliner which crashed A Air Force search plane tin blackened tail of flie fourengine Bristol Brit annia Sunday bet wee u two Austrian officials the air trying to land through fog at Innsbruck slammed into Gamslahner Spitz southeast of he resort where the Winter Olympics were The big Turboprop its fuel tanks still nearly half apparently the mountain at full speed and Dc brLs and bodies were strewn over a area in the gully between Gamslahncr and Gluiigezer The 75 passengers included 73 Britons bound for a skiing an Austrian and a Ca The Interna tional said there were 18 married couples aboard and at See Pajrc NOT AOK Glenn Stays On Sidelines Young To Delay Attack7 By RICHARD POWERS WASHINGTON AP Stephen said today he plans an affirmative campaign but does not expect to attack John Glenn his opponent in the May 5 senatorial primary seeking a second sixyear term in the plans to debate with the former astronaut before the City Club of Cleveland on May But Young has passed up a pub lic appearance this along with seeking the Democratic nomina and the two chief contend ers for the Republican senatori al Robert Taft and Ohio Secretary of Stale Ted was invited to speak Friday at a dinner in Co But Young declined the invita tion to appear at the dinner sponsored by Sigma Delta Chip journalistic where each of the contestants were to be given 10 minutes to present and answer their views Tafts office said he plans to attend the Columbus dinner and that Brown has accepted the the first American to orbit the was hurt in a fall in his bathroom and has delayed las retirement from the Marine Corps until April As a he will not start his campaign until a month from Both Young and Tali intended to spend of their time prior to May 5 in Washington tending to their congressional with fast trips back to Ohio on weekends to put in their See Page 9 Bid Opening Set March 15 Bids will be opened March 25 for the remodeling of Dover Water and Light Department of fices and the vestibule of City Also slated to be opened are bids for supplies for the electric and service The supplying and installation of a 2way radio system in the ser vice and street department trucks will be opened April Service Director Ream Equipment for the radio sys tem will include 5 truck radios and 2 base he Specifications are available in the service directors ON THE INSIDE Around The World 13 Dear Ataby 17 Alvarez 15 Crane 8 Goren On Bridge 17 Hospital News 13 Pete Wolfe Stricken Uhrichsville School Clay ton Pete of 123 Park remains on the critical list in Hospital but Obituaries officials listed him as satisfac Sports 11 12 Wolfe was hospitalized Television is Sunday after suffering a heart Your Horoscope 15 attack in his Womens Pages 8 9 March Arrives Minus Big Roar 4 IW UNWRAPS WORLDS FASTEST m This is the mighty All pane which President Johnson verbally unwrapped Saturday at his first formal news The superaltitude warplane has been tested in sustained flight at a speed of more than miles an hour at altitudes in excess of Plying better than 3 times the speed of the dartshaped jet could theo retically hurdle the air miles from New York to Moscow in about 2Vt March arrived Sunday crying more like a pussy cat rather than the proverbial and Tuscarawas Countians respond ed to the taste of spring by tuk ing to the open February chalked up a fail record for winter before yield Temperatures were de grees colder for the month than the February average The months high was 50 re corded 5 and the low was a 3degree below zero reading on Snowfall for the month total ed compared with inches in Precipitation was down slight inches this February to the average for the According to Weather Ob server Reisers a total of 52 inches of snow has HiSpot Grill Remodeling Set Al Greco of owner of the building on 221 Tuscara was occupied by the HiSpot which suffered damage in a fire said he plans to remodel the Grill for an opening some time in Charles New Philadel phia and Donald Hiii son of Hinson Construction will meet Tuesday with Greco to discuss the remodeling and fallen since which is an inch shy of the total record ed in the period last For comparison the heaviest snowfall in recent win ters was in 195051 when inches cloaked the The least amount was in 194950 when only inches fell during the 4month Yesterdays high was 52 de with an overnight low of Mother Faces Contempt In Stark Court 64 License Tags On Sale Ohios 1964 license which went on sale this may be purchased in Dover from Mildred McKeever at 428 llth Her office will remain open from 9 to 5 daily during with the exception of Wednesday when closing lime will be licenses may be obtained from Verl Ridcnour at the Spring Electric 114 High from to with exception of Wednesday and Saturday when closing time will be noon and 5 respective and from Glen Furbay at the I Tuscarawas County Auto I 1112 4th from 9 to 5 daily and until noon Sat The deadline for displaying the new white and green plates is April 1 and extensions will be DAY BRIGHTENER Small children rapidly alter nate between being a lump in the throat and a pain in tin Margaret Page of i Alliance has been turned over to Stark County authorities for j contempt of court in connection with the kidnaping of her twin 12yearold A kidnaping filed last week in Central District Coun ty Court by the womans for mer Mark Page of RD New was dismissed this In a Page contended that tho charge had created disharmony between members of the family and sec Stark County Common Pleas Court has issued a bench warrant for the defendants ar rest on a contempt of court charge tiled on the same facts and Page had been picked up at Alliance by county depu ties where she hud enrolled the boys in school and maintained a Weathervane SATURDAY High 40 Low YESTERDAY High 52 Low 36 Klsewhcru In High Low cloudy 52 27 clear 50 38 clear 45 33 rain 05 52 clear 70 08 New clear 50 40 cloudy 48 3ti cloudy 65 36 San cloudy 54 45 cloudy 54 34 TODAY 7 41 RAINFALL Last 48 hours Trace TOMORROW Sunrise J57 Sunset High 53 Low 42 Forecast occa 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