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   Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - April 14, 1964, Dover, Ohio                                The Around The World News Capsules Day After Day TH VOL 20 DAILY REPORTER HOME EDITION Largest Circulation In Tnscarawas County DoverNw April Serving Over Fomffftt PHONE 42167 7CENTS iDon 2KelIy SSally Biancamano Goodrich Deems Slabaugh Frenzel Dunbar Scott Harriff IfrBrcnda Hall Campbell Beu Festi Simmons Edgar Perkins Oldt v One Will Become County Spelling Champ Tonight Bowers Charton Warrick Schworm 25Ann Melzer 26Leslie Paulus Little Everett Susan Yackey Capozella 31David Miller gency Chastised For Khrus Death Germany A West German news agency apologized today for circulating an erroneous report that Soviet Premier Khrushchev had The report Monday night caused a sensation around the world and sent stock prices tumbling on the Pacific Coast before the directorgener al of the Soviet news termed it Tass reported today that Khrushchev had begun talks this morning with Polish Com munist Party Secretary Waldys law Gomulka and Premier Jo sef who arrived in Moscow Monday from War Presse Agen West German news it is making a full investigation to determine how the erroneous dispatch gol its Staff members connected with 3 In Phila Family Hospitalized After EarlyMorning Fire and Leale Anderson of RD New and a 36yearold are in Union Hospital today follow ing a fire early this morning at their All are being treated for smoke inhalation and are listed as Anderson al so suffered a hand who aroused the family after smell ing suffered secondde gree burns of his back and body lacerations but was released fol lowing treatment in the emer gency room as the Andersons who had contusions and abrasions to her She was injured after being dropped from her secondfloor bedroom by her father and Two other and were not New Philadelphia summoned to the Goshen home at quickly extinguish ed the blaze which heavily dam aged the located below See Page 2 New Home Tract Planned At Phila The 3 owners of the 122acre Gilgen farm off Broadway Route 16 on the north edge of New Philadelphia have agreed to sell the it was learned Buyers are to be building con Angelo Martinelli of 708 Hardesty and Vic Ga langa of 122 High both of New The prop erty will be developed into a housing allotment of homes in the to Mar tinelli The 122acre tract runs from 3rd NE on the top and east side of the ridge to just south of the Limbach at the rear of the properties facing Broadway and Route The 3 owners are Deo who lives at the farm Charles Gjlgen of Fair Board Accepting Bids For Judging Ring Bids for construction of a 60 x 100 steel building at the Fairgrounds wiil be received by the Fair Board until May Secretary Walter Findley an nounced The which will be used as a judging will be If feet Two different bids are being one in cluding siding and the other ex cluding The bids may be mailed to Findley at the Fair Board of fice at 259 Tuscarawas 456 Broadway and Wal ter Knecht of 125 Front both of New The agreedupon price was not The history of the which is adjacent to property formerly owned by former Vic goes back 3 gen erations in the Gilgen according to Her Frede rick owned the farm at the time her father was See Page 2 Post Offices To Assist Late Tax Return Filers Dover and New Philadelphia office lobbies will remain opCn until midnight Wednesday to accommodate latemailing income tax Anything mailed inside the post offices prior to midnight will be post marked the dead line for filing 1963 income re ON THE INSIDE Around The 8 Alvarez 17 17 Goren On Bridge 19 the affair have been c statement A spokesman said all those involved were in the agencys head office in The agency said it received in inquiry by Teletype from a West German radio station quot iig what purported to be a Tass story on the death of Khru The inquiry was said to have originated in the Bonn of f ce of a Japanese newspapc DPA moved a flash saying Khrushchev dead at This was followed five min ttes later by a oneparagraph story under a Moscow dateline vhich said Soviet Premier Khrushchev cied suddenly Monday at 2019 days lefore his 70th birthday as a re suit of an acute hephocapalyti according to A number of European news agencies that have an exchange jgreemeht with DPA picked up the All quoted the German agency as the At DPA issued a to editors to withhold the See Page 8 Mother Cited n Auto Mishap Betty of 220 21st was cited yes tjrday by Dover police for per riitting a minor to operate a niotor Her Jeffrey 14 was involved in an accident on Sat urday when he struck a car at an intersection while driving a Police Chief Garrison Groh stated this morning that motor ike operators must be 16 years noting that if motorbike ies not have then the iver must secure license lates in addition to the re lired operators Parents will be held re for any motorbike vi ations where the operator is under age and they will be ciarged with permitting a min or to operate a motor the chief Sports 13 14 Womens 11 oting Stations et Up To Help Maharajah Voting stations have been es tablished at Marlowe Drugs in lover and The Boston to determine whoU fill the role Maharajah for the Union Hospital Auxiliary Fe vsr Follies scheduled May 67 w Dover High Votes are one cent embers of service clubs in Cover and New ctured on the station r VM VM IMC oiaiiuii Your n vying fgr the Petersheim Gardner Korns DiDonato Miller Hastedt Bair Fouts 40 contestants will battle il out tonight at tn Dover High Auditorium for The Daily Reporters 1964 spelling The winner will receive a trophy and in the runnerup and third placer regional spelldown April 24 at 8 in Canton Timken The last 5 contestants will be eligible to compete in the Vocational High School for the right to repre sent this area in the national finals at Joseph Streb will serve as pronouncer Judges will be county elementary Harry editor of The Daily and Kenneth 40CheryI Jones PATRICIA NEAL BEST FEM Sidney Poitier Gets Top Movie Oscar By JAMES BACON AP MovieTV Writer HOLLYWOOD AP Sidney brilliant Negro actor who had trouble getting started because of his calypso type British West Indies has become the first of his race to win a top movie The 37yearold son of a to mato farmer in the Ba was named best actor of 1963 at Academy Awards cer emonies Monday night for his ingratiating portrayal of an itin erant Baptist construction work er who helped nuns build a church in Lilies of the Patricia whose ca reer has included downs as well as made it a comeback story by taking best actress hon Her winning role was as the slovenly housekeeper in Tom a rollick ing tale of 18th century Eng was selected best picture at the 36th anual festivities at Santa Monica Civic Melvyn once Greta Garbos favorite leading pulled an upset by winning as best supporting actor for his performance as the patriarchal rancher of John Huston of The Cardinal and Hugh Griffith of Tom Jones had been Margaret dowdy duchess of The and a heavy was named best supporting ties and selection of a Colum bus engineering firm for a city storm sewer By a 42 Council approv ed and amended an ordinance making Dawson Lane NW a oneway street from 3rd to 4th Councilman Paul Young had entered the amendment to have the traffic flow changed from 4th to 3rd at the previous meeting after 2 readings of the But his motion was tabled because 3 members were despite Safety Director Joseph Frenz els strong the change was approved and the ordinance passed in its third with Corner Watkins Sidney Poitier in a scene from Lilies of the only major winner in the trotted beaming See Page 6 T i Barb Haines To Chaperone Band Unit On Europe Tour Barbara Dover jun ior high and elementary music instructor the last 5 has been named one of 25 adults to accompany the ISOmember School Band and Chorus of America which will tour Europe this summer and present 2 concerts at the Worlds Fair in New York James a senior at Uhrichsville is the only other area Miss Haines was via an application by Edward Harn of director in charge of the School Band of Students were chosen on the basis of submitted Cost of the monthlong trip is paid by the The tour will begin June 10 See 3 Barbara Haloes m For Phila Survey WnUT Stifir T i New Philadelphia city fathers from Mayor Joe who pre crowded at least 20 items of viously voiced his objection against the Lane being made The proposal on the Tuscora business into a sion last 70minute ses Highlights of the Council meet ing were a surprise approval of Park swimming pool came from an amended ordinance on DawJohn who said he al son a proposal for an exready had received Jaycee back pansion of swimming pool faciliing on Stratton said he thought the pool could be made a source of more financial profit by making it more appealing to the and William Hicks voting Frenzel declared Dawson did not deserve to be a oneway street and said it was impru dent to direct its traffic into the flow of heavier traffic on 4th Watkins argued traffic on 4th was already a problem and added traffic from Dawson would increase it to the point of probably necessitating another signal light With Frenzels obvious disa the approved ordin ance will meet a probable veto Weaihervane YESTERDAY High 69 Low 48 Elsewhere In High Low Albuquerque clear 67 37 clear 64 45 T clear 66 45 Los clear 89 64 clear 80 75 New rain 64 53 cloudy 70 54 clear 67 46 San clear 79 56 rain 69 58 TODAY 7 40 RAINFALL Last 24 hours trace TOMORROW High 64 Low 40 Forecast Sunny and DAY BRIGHTENER One thing to be said for mon His plans call for a sunbath ing area on top of the bath house a wading pool inside the confines of the swimming and an enlargening of the deep end of the Council President William Kin ig referred the matter to Ihe Airport and Cemeteries Committee for who heads the con tact got Councils See PHILA Page School Office Remodelings Planned By Dover Board The Dover Board of Educasenior 180 days and el tion look action on several emenlary 179 items late yesterday before reChrislmas recess will begin af ffr plassos 09 Club AllSports Tentative approval was giv en for plans to remodel the junior and senior high offices at the conclusion of the school year and landscaping around of 415 17th to the the new library and stitute teacher list for the re mainder of this Approved home instruction Estimated cost of the re modeling has been set at 500 by resident engineer James Included will be addi tional space for guidance coun a file room and more efficient use of present The landscaping is expected to cost approximately In other the board Hired Charles Terry as a high school English teacher for the 196465 school who just completed his student teaching in Dover and receiv ed his Bachelor of Science De gree from Kent State Univer is now working on his masters He formerly had been with the Air Force from 194661 as a photographer and weather He re sides with his family at 305 Poplar Set the 196465 with school to open and close June The cal endar will give junior high stu dents 180 days in the Phila Police CheckS Calls David Krebs of 328 2nd NW reported to New Philadel phia police at last night that someone had taken a wheel cover from his At Florence Marsh of 508 Broadway reported the theft of a 24inch bicycle from her Lee Dunn of 124 2nd NE told officers yesterday morning that someone had taken an oil pressure and amp gauge from his auto while it was parked in a shed at 211 High wnv Hung w uo otuu imm ua javcuian uj ey is that it keeps parents in e the thieves also broke Beverly Myers of RD touch with their wmdow and tried to will serve take a floorshift as ter classes April 13 and ends April Named along with Barbara Lebold of RD Do and Juliette Singhaus for Robert Strausbaugh of RD an elementary dent at who Is confined See Page 8 Larson Named Foreman For Jury Duties John Larson of Stone Creek was appointed today as foreman of the April Grand consisting of 10 5 women and one woman alter Common Pleas Judge Lamneck instructed the jury in regard to their duties in re viewing 20 cases which will be presented for possible ment by County Prosecutor Harlan Spies in the ensuing Members include 4 ites Florence schied of 315 Reeves Treva Baker of RD William Gallagher of 451 5lh and Bill Ruegsegger of 239 17th New Philadelphia residents serving as jurors are Ralph Lichti of RD Earl er of RD George Cerveni of RD and Betty er of 219 Ray Remaining jurors are Paul Kail of 724 Main ichsville Keith Russell of 245 Beaver town Alvin CappeJ of Main Gnadenhutten Harry Phillips of Bolivar Edith Fisher of Baltic and da Everhart   

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