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   Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - March 27, 1964, Dover, Ohio                                We Hie Truth And the first In Readership First In Photography First In News Coverage THE EPORTER VOL 24 p By REED SMITH Ohio AP Ohios Democratic sena torial race between John Glenn and Stephen Young drew taut A Marine Corps announce ment indicated that in jured in a fall here might not be sufficiently recov ered to retire from the Marines by April This would sharply limit the former astronauts campaign vn a ill for nomination in the May 5 bus appeared undismayed by primary Youngs campaign manager statement Thursday that asserted that if the election sure he is not going to be able were held Young would to retire by April A prev win Those were the latest develop ments in a nationally watched j iuiu wiio leil ine campaign pitting a space hero Space Agency to aid Glenns new to politics against a 74 declined immediate yearold veteran of Ohio pohti comment but indicated the sit cal Trucking Order Open To Debate By Richard Zimmerman Reporter Columbus Bureau COLUMBUS Shorn of its many new technical the furor caused by a Public Utilities Commission order affecting Ohio trucking boils down to a moral question of governmental oper ation applicable in many The new which Chief Justice Kingsley Taft tempo rarily blocked in an order issued would protect truckers with regular or established from encroachment by irregular or those without fixed The latter claim that the new which would limit their monthly runs into various will force them out of These are the major points under study the governors of fice have taken upon itself the job of initiating an order which should have been produced by an quasijudicial regulatory body the Public Airmen Are Released Germany AP The Russians today released two airmen whose plane was shot down over East Ger many March The two Dav id of and Melvin of were hand ed over to American authori ties awaiting them at the Al lied Helmstedt checkpoint on the EastWest German frontier at A third member of the planes 1st Harold Welch of was released March All three pilots had parachuted from their plane and Welch was injured in land Presidential press secretary George Reedy announced Thursday in that Holland and Kessler would be released He said ar rangements for their return had been made through Soviet bassador Anatoly Dobrynin in ON THE INSIDE Around The World 11 8 9 Alvarez 23 Crane 23 Dear Abby 23 Goren On Bridge 21 Hospital News 11 Obituaries 2 Sports 13 14 Television 6 Womens Pages 10 11 Your 23 Utilities Commission of Ohio the governors top administrative aide John Me Elroy in error when he asked experts in the trucking in dustry which he admits were not representative of Ihe en tire industry to draw up such a sweeping when all vested interest in their own particular type of trucking the PUCO fulfilling its job when its commissioners signed the order withoul having Iheir own slaff of supposedly detached experts study the or der was the PUCO in error by not holding public hearings on the changes in or der lo hear from not only a representative group of truck but also from those repre senting the public as well To the first McElroy states that the governor can di vorce himself from no facet of See Page 11 Weathervane YESTERDAY High 41 Low 24 Elsewhere In High Low 57 24 29 22 56 24 70 50 81 69 53 33 60 25 34 22 60 49 78 35 clear cloudy Los clear cloudy New clear snow cloudy San clear cloudy TODAY 7 SNOW Last 24 hours trace TOMORROW High 40 Low 20s Forecast light Uhville Council Approves Housing Development Plans UHRICIISVJLLE A new and a change in a 12inch housing to be sewer near 12th would help as Northacres Allotsolve Ihe will be started here by April 8 with groundbreaking for The company expects lo put 2 model homes at the end of in curbs and landscao Main r Council passed an emergency ordinance last granting permission to Ralph Hunter and Don Langman of the Con struction of New Philadel to plat lots for the con si ruclion of brick veneered slab homes on a site previously in tended for a iwwling Although aware of a flooding problem in the the devel opers said homes would be built 36 inches above an alley located off 3rd St southbound traffic Council acted on one resolu tion which gave Mayor Robert Cromser the right to enter into negotiations with county com missioners for resurfacing East See page U Glenn headquarters in Colum Marine Wallace Greenes ious quoting Greene in doubt that Glenn could retire by May was in Ford who left the uation might become clearer by He did not Regardless of Glenns name will remain on Ohio making his nomina tion possible without returning to election officials point ed Glenns fall against a bath tub caused injury to his inner producing nausea and dizzi that often takes many weeks to Eastman ex Im waiting for a decision largest Circulation to Tnscarawas Comfy DoverNew tyfarch HOME EDITION Serving Over PHONE 42167 7 CENTS Eastman quoted Glenn as The astronaut has been in a See Page 11 32 Spellers Will Vie In County Event Following 32 Tus carawas County School system spellers will compete for honors in Tuscarawas High next Wednesday at 8 While the elimination will spell down to a champion and the final 16 students will qualify for The Daily Reporter countywide spelling bee April 14 at in Dover High Participation in the county system bee is limited to stu dents from Grades 1 through 8 with the number of entries be ing based on a ratio of one con testant for each 150 students or a major fraction thereof enroll ed in the elementary and jun ior high levels of each repre See Page 11 Boosts GC William Community Improvement fund drive today reported an additional in increased contributions by previously an nounced giving a new tolal of The campaign lo finance counly in dustrial is expected to pass Ihe halfway mark by Sat Buehler s which opened bids will be let in the its first grocery store in New near Philadelphia in announced yesterday that a new supermarket will be constructed Don and began on 2nd between Beech in the grocery business with a Lane and Ray in New small store in what is now The to cover a vr square will be a complete he had formerly been supermarket with several speci ally according to Wayne to get into business for himself This sketch shows the new B Buehler of Wooster cosupervisor lehlers market planned at New It is simi lar to one now under construction at Easter I Also Brings New Reporter xljook The Easter season means a new look for most and especially as they appear in the latest fash Not to be The Daily Reporter has been doing some and today appears in a different dress featuring some new body The term body type refers to the iype used in setting news i At the cost of several thousands of The Daily Re porter yesterday afternoon installed 9 point Royal mat trices purchased from Intertype in of its linotype ma The new type will provide more Daily Re porter subscribers a newspaper lhat is much easier to The 9 point Royal was chosen after an analysis of a number of type Making The Daily Reporter an easiejtoread newspaper is another step in an extensive improvement program ini tiated in January and which will continue throughout the Following is a comparison betweerji the old and new body 1 OkWl d tJl 1C with his in plantorship with his mng the The entire lot is square feet and will afford customers with a 100car parking Sales space will cover square as compared with square feet in the present build ing located at 144 High The new market will be on the west side of 2nd On todays level of doing our present site is be hind the Buehler We need more more parking and better The main interest we have is to make the store as pleasant and comfortable for the custom er as It is the custom ers store and not He added that construction will begin as soon as it is hu manly Actual plan ning for the move has been in the making for only 40 THE OLD To the reading public one news type appears similar to There are important that are apparent even to the untrained eye when text composed in different types is placed side by It is stated that the differ ence between this face and an other popular design amoiujts to less than one thousandth part of an if you will examine an individual letter under a strong microscope it will soon be discovered that the measur able differences are quite small and yet you can very easily see the differences in a letterby letter comparison of the various type face THE NEW To the reading public one news type appejars similar to There are important that are apparent even to the untrained eye when text composec in different types is placed side by It is stated that the differ ence between this face and an other po ular design amounts to less thar one thousandth part of an if you will examine an individual letter under a strong microscope it will soon be discovered that the measur able differences are quite small and yet you can very easily see the differences in a letterby letter comparison of the various type facj Ohio Woman Logs Second Leg On Flight SANTA Azores AP Jerrie Mock flew into this midAtlantic way station to completing the second leg of her solo flight around the Smiling the 38year old housewife from jumped unassisted from the cockpit of her singleengine took off her lifejacket and shook hands with Wil liam commander of Lajes Air Base on nearby Ter ceira She completed the overwater flight from Bermuda in 13 3 It was the second leg of her planned aroundtheworld Another feminine globegird Joan Merriam of Long hoped to take off today from Surinam Dutch Guiana for the cross jungle flight to who started from was de See Page 14 The prepared by Prosecutor Harlan slates lhat holders of legal title to the re cently sold a portion of the premises to the Since the dale of the the plaintiffs state they have jeen informed that from 1881 to 1915 there were interments made on the infants who were committed to the Chil drens Home and died They add that the graves have not been marked nor identified and that location of at least 2 of the graves has been found under a roadway has been used by the county for years and is now contemplated to be used by Ihe CIC and Us successors to Location of the graves is des ignated as about directly to and connecting with Florence within the projected right Nursing Home Violations Are Aired At Phia State Health Department wir ing violation citations against 2 New Philadelphia nursing homes were discussed yesterday at a regular meeting of the citys Health Charged with what are lerm ed minor violations were Carnes Nursing Home at 239 High and Maxwells Nurs ing Home at 245 Mayor Joseph Fritz said la day thai he has verified reports from the operators that the wir ing deficiencies have been cor The Mayor Pritz was done by local The directive a copy of which was received by City Health Commissioner Alice uTlhe lSWpricee the 30 e days to make Council also passed another Only 2 board Ed emergency measure changing Graeff and Aaron it i i i Ml 111 If rvvmonvti fnu in the 300 to oneway for 5ion were Elirl southbound traffic William Bucher and Fred were present for the ses Absent were Earl Other area homes cited for Ihe state Dorothys Peaceful Haven at Beach City and Country Lawn Best Home 2 at i For You On As Saturdays Daily Reporter vill be full of special features to whet your reading to wit Wainwright Correspondent Guy Jciarini has an inter esting feature article on Forrest the fixit man of Leo dean of Tuscarawai County basketball coaches who directed New Philadelphia to its best season in 24 years during the recent reviews with Sports Editor Dan Kopp some of the highlight of the 196364 sea Rabbi and Paul Mandel outlin for Womens Page Editor Juanita Abel some of the highlights of the Jewish Passover Staff Writer Joe Woerdeman presen t the second of 2 ar ticles on electric All and many add up t County Realty Tax Collections Jump Collection of real estate taxes in Tuscarawas County covering Ihe first 6 months of set something of a record with a total of Treasurer Victor Martineili said The amount includes in current plus in delinquent This repre sents per cent in the tax in that it exceeds the amount of the current charge to be collected County schools will receive 7443 per cent of the tolal tax or Munici palities get per or with real reading pleasure The county will re ceive per or Townships will receive per 01 and the stale gets a M per or The Martinelli will be in the latter part of or the early part of following auditing of the tax From a tolal of was collected in real estate axes for the in cluding in delinquent n New the total collection was in See Page 2 Dover FacesSecond Assault Count Wade of llVz Tuscarawas Do will appear in Northern District County Court Monday lo enler a plea on an assault and battery charge growing out of a March 11 barroom fight in already fined and sentenced to 30 days in jail on another assaull charge filed in mayors court in connection with Ihe same is being charged by Mary of Tuscarawas who was severely cut in Ihe Mayor LeMoyne acl ing on the advice of Cily Solici tor Mario suggested lhat Briggs file Ihe charge in Counly Court in evenl Mclnlyre would demand a jury trial trial under city ordinance al though the assault count is iden tical to the state Mayor Luthy suspended and the sentence on condition Mclnlrye pay for Ihe medical expenses of Ernesl Smail father of Daniels store on High A native of Tuscarawas Coun dairy but had wanted The first store was a proprie in 1947 ho and his 3 sons incorporated tlie business which grew into a chain of I In 1932 a store was built in Woosler and then remodeled in to a supermarket in In 1943 the business expanded op erations by building another store at 221 3rd later moving to the present supermarket on 3rd See Page 11 OK To Disinter Bodies Is Asked County Commissioners have filed a petition in Common Pleas Court asking a judgment for equitable relief with the being the unidentified heirs and next of kin of 26 children buried II t f I at the Childrens Home site on Tuscarawas Ohio William Saxbe and the Commun ty Improve ment of Tuscarawas County also are named as technical de r Zoning Board Denies Permit The Dover Board of Zoning Appeals met yesterday and de nied a building permit for Geisingor of 1516 Wooster by a 32 The board cited 2 violations of the new city zoning ordin ance in making its the proposed ga to be used to store an tique would not al low sufficient side lot clear ance and would exceed by 4 per cent Ihe allowable lot area The Wagner Lumber made the appeal on behalf of Ram had initially denied the permit on and Geising er appealed to the Board which ruled Geisinger would lave to petition residents with in 200 feet of the garage or their approval before it would consider making a deci The board also asked Solicitor Mario Corsi to de fine a phrase in the ordinance which was related to the ofway of Ihe Commissioners lhat Ihe burial further state site was not maintained and thai in 1940 the plot was plowed far crops and used for farming since that The children lisle d in the peti tion are Katie Eveleni Flora Bax See DIS1NTEK John Augus Pagc 11 Ditch Dammers Given Warning Dover Mayor Luthy stated toda Department has ports that some LeMoyne r the Service received re are building small lams across streams and water This practice sWuld stop at once since it cai cause con siderable damage he t ordinances and s hibiting the build to lere are city ate laws pro ng or throw ing of obstacles in any ditch or The city spends a consider able amount of money each year to keep these ditches in the best condition now the city crews will have to spend tiine and use equipment to remove one of these possible and Annual Police Banquet Set Joseph assigned with the Special Service Divi sion of the Stile Patrol at will b guest speak er April 15 at New Philadel phia Elks Club or the annual Tuscarawas Couhly Fraternal Order of Police A smorgasbord dinner will be served at p according to FOP President Louis New Philadelphia Police retired members of the and associate lodge are in vited to John Endres of New will be mas ter of ceremonie Unemployed ADC Program Starts In County Monday Mailing Ihe first checks to those who qualify for Aid to De pendent Children of Unemploy ed Parents will begin 1uscarawas County Welfare Dj Lorin Gadd said Those receiving aid from the program must work on specified township or county II vi WUIIvY There are no provisions for such while he ni it t There is no direct pay for such work in the conventional Gadd The men Bottles Disappear At last New Phil of another fight paradelphia police received a com plaint someone had broken a The fight occurred in the Wagj case of pop bottles at Miller and on Wheel Bar at 132 TusTuscarawas Nothing was carawas working receive assistance at the rate of they The permitted to wor for each hour hours they are c depends upon T the amount of assistance they are entitled to The City of DC ver has 13 men working for rel ef money this month on street repairs and New Philadelphia has a total of wi h 5 working in Tuscora TWo men also are working in Other municipalities and litical subdmsitins account for another 117 men total so far this he What we are K ruscarawas County County Fair working for month of doing here i   

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