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Publication: Dover Daily Reporter April 18, 1964

Dover Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - April 18, 1964, Dover, Ohio Nation Shares Joy With Ohio Aviatrix *    Ar    Ar    *23 Americans Perish In Jet CrashJerrie Mock Becomes First World Soloist COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - It may be just Saturday everywhere else, but in Columbus it’s Jerrie Mock Day. Mrs. Mock became Friday night the first woman to fly solo around the world. She landed her single-engine Cessna at Port Columbus at 9:36 p.m., 29 days after takeoff. She descended into a throng of well-wishers. Holding her daughter Valerie, 4, and flanked by husband, Russell, and sons Roger, 17, and Gary, 16. Mrs. Mock found herself short of words to express her reaction to the reception. “I should get my autopilot here to talk for me,” she said. Visibly tired, Mrs. Mock, 38, seemed to hesitate a bit before proclaiming her trip “wonderful.” She added, “I didn’t get much sleep or food or anything.” Thousands of spectators crushed toward a flag-draped platform as state and city officials offered congratulations. A telegram from President Johnson was read over the loudspeaker system. Mayor Maynard Sensenbrenner made the proclamation formally designating Jerrie Mock Day. Also on hand were Gov. James A. Rhodes and Air Force Sec AVIATRIX, Page IOHarry C. Smith Is Dead At 88 Harry C. Smith, 88, of 156 Park Ave. NW, New Philadelphia, Tuscarawas County sheriff from 1929-32 and county commissioner from 1938-46, died Friday night in Maxwell Nursing Home following a 2-day illness. Born in Goshen, a son of the late John and Mary Jane Neal Smith, he had resided in his present home the last 54 years. He was a retired steel mill worker. His wife, the former Emma Flora, died in 1959. Affiliations: First Evangelical United Brethren Church, its Sec SMITH, Page 14 mmmmm <i The Daily Reporter Dover-New Philadelphia, Ohio, Saturday, April 18, 1964 VOL. 60. NO. 238.    40    PAGES.    7    CENTS Belgium Medics End Strike But Feud Unsolved By PHILIPPE NEURAY BRUSSELS, Belgium (A*)—Belgium’s 12,000 doctors and dentists ended their 18-day strike today, but the dispute over the new socialized medicine law remains unresolved. The doctors agreed to meet w'ith government officials next Wednesday in an attempt to settle their differences over the controversial legislation. Belgium’s medical profession agreed to call off the strike after 5(4 hours of intensive negotiations during which the rectors of Belgium’s four universities acted as intermediaries. Afterwards Premier Theo Le-fevre said confidently that “conditions now are ripe to reach a prompt agreement on the law which would leave no bitterness.” Lefevre called on his countrymen—doctors and patients—“to heal the wounds of this conflict.” The government is under strong pressure from Belgium’s labor unions to resist major m- ON THE I N S I D E I .....W.V.. ... J Around The World ............ IO Goren On Bridge . ........... 21 Hospital News ... ........... 14 Obituaries ......... ........... 27 Sports ............. 28-29-30-31 32 Television ......... ..... 17 to 20 Women s Pages — ........ 8 & 9 changes in the law, which would give more than half of Belgium's nine million people free medical care or require them to pay only a token charge. The doctors fear their offices will be flooded with cranks imagining ailments. They say this would force them to practice “chain medicine”—quickly examining patients in a production line. They also contend hospital facilities w'ould become overcrowded and complain of the considerable bookkeeping they would have to do under the health insurance plan. They also say the set fees are too low. Labor leaders say the doctors really are worried about a loss of income and additional taxes. Lefevre’s government concedes the doctors may have a legitimate fear in anticipating a flood of patients, but the Cabinet has asked them to let the plan function for a year of trial. If it is found that patients are See BELGIUM, Page 14Plane Misses Landing Strip, Goes Into Gulf BAHRAIN, Persian Gulf (AP) —A jetliner lost in a desert sandstorm overshot the airport at Dhahran, Saudi Arabia, Friday night and crashed in the Persian Gulf. Twenty - three Americans were among the 49 persons aboard. A U.S. Navy spokesman said helicopter crewmen saw no survivors in the wreckage of the Middle East Airlines-Air Liban Caravelle jet spotted today in shallow water about IO miles off the Arabian coast. The spokesman said the search for survivors was continuing and that more helicopters and small boats had been sent to the crash site. Only one wing of the plane jutted above the water line. Divers set out from Dhahran to start an underwater search at the scene, but the Navy spokesman said, “It doesn’t look like there can be any survivors.” The twin - jet airliner went down in the gulf about halfway between Dhahran, an oil city near the Arabian coast, and the archipelago of islands which make up this British-protected Arab sheikdom 15 miles offshore. An airline spokesman in Bei-See AMERICANS, Page 32Philo Sewer Contract Let The New Philadelphia City Board of Control yesterday awarded a $10,229 contract to Kerr Sewer Service of Nev/ Philadelphia for construction of a 12-inch sewer system on the Southside. Other bidders were:    Ben Cookson of New Philadelphia $12,054; A. J. Nardi of Dennison $11,729, and Beaver Excavating Co. of Canton $16,751. Service Director William Stevenson said this morning the sewer project is approximately 1,921 feet and will run from S. Broadway to Blake St. The Kerr firm is expected to begin construction Tuesday. ■ I    a—m    —    rn    rn    H No Pay, No See! PT A Conference Is Success? Immm An unidentified woman appeared at the Dover police station last night, complaining that her husband had taken her glasses and refused to return them. Her husband was contacted and he stated that he had paid for the glasses and would return them to her after she paid him. Police also stated that a truck tire and rim were discovered in a City rubbish can. The owner can pick up tile items at the •taboo. Confusion? Yes! Chaos? No! Success? Yes! Perhaps it was the theme, “Partners With A Purpose,” but students, teachers and parents agreed yesterday's Eastern Ohio District PTA conference at Dover High came off extremely well. In fact, there was less confusion than anticipated under the circumstances. Some high school classes had to be switched to make room for the conferences. There also were some changes in student lunch periods, because 512 visitors also were fed in the cafeteria, and visiting groups ran into pupil groups in corridors. Those served in the cafeteria, including students, doubled the number normally served there. Then, too, the PTA meal was different than the student menu. “It was a challenge,” remarked Mrs. Mary Klar, head dietician who planned and prepared the meal with the aid of 6 mem bers of her staff and an extra helper. All the visitors were served within 45 minutes. “I’m amazed at the student body’s cooperation,” remarked librarian Catherine Futhey. “The conference presented a fine opportunity for Dover High to display its fine facilities and to give members of other communities a chance to see an orderly student body,” commented Clifford Schrader, a chemistry teacher. “It certainly was See ITA CONFERENCE. Page 33 WeathervaneYESTERDAY High 83    Low    62 Elsewhere In U.S. High Low Albuquerque, cloudy 77 51 Chicago, cloudy .... 81    40 Los Angeles, cloudy 68 54 Miami, clear ....... 76    73 New York, clear ... 68 51 St. Louis, clear ---- 81    56 San Fran., cloudy . 53 48 Washington, cloudy 89 55 I UDA * 7 a.rn.............. 62 RAINFALL Last 24 Hours ... Trace TOMORROW Sunrise .......... 5:41 Sunset ........... 7:09 High 55    Low    50 Forecast: Cloudy, cooler, casional showers. Pr. .26 OC-Stone Creek Man,23, In Prison Break Area law' enforcement agencies have been notified that Daniel Barker, 23, of Stone Creek, and 2 companions, escaped yesterday from Grafton Prison Farm. Barker, sentenced to I to 15 years in Mansfield Reformatory last May 2 on a breaking and entering charge after pleading guilty to an information, also was on probation for 4 other counts involving thefts in Tuscarawas County. The other escapees are Martin E. Jarvi, 21, of Ashtabula, and Richard Kolling, IS, of Jefferson County. The trio was reportedly wearing prison clothes of blue pants with a red stripe down each leg and blue shirts. County deputies said they will make periodic checks at Barker’s Stone Creek residence.Woman Cited AfterCar Hits Philo Bridge New Philadelphia police cited Lois P. Beatty, 28, of 212 Commercial Ave. SW for reckless operation after her auto struck the S. Broadway bridge at 3:31 a.m. today. Police said the auto, after hitting the bridge, overturned on its side. Police were not certain if she saw someone in the road or fell asleep. She was not hurt. Firemen were called to wash away spilled gasoline. In an accident at 8:33 Friday night on 3rd St. NW, a car driven by William F. Kinsey, 44, of RD 3, New Philadelphia, collided with one driven by Thomas J. Yosick, 19, of 455 2nd St. NE. Police said the Yosick car was backing from a private drive when the accident occurred. A lawn strip in front of 1309 4th St. NW also was damaged by one of the autos. There were no citations. ;

  • C. Smith
  • Catherine Futhey
  • Clifford Schrader
  • Daniel Barker
  • Emma Flora
  • Harry C. Smith
  • James A. Rhodes
  • Lois P. Beatty
  • Martin E. Jarvi
  • Mary Jane Neal Smith
  • Mary Klar
  • Maynard Sensenbrenner
  • Philippe Neuray
  • Richard Kolling
  • Sec Smith
  • Thomas J. Yosick
  • William F. Kinsey
  • William Stevenson

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Publication: Dover Daily Reporter

Location: Dover, Ohio

Issue Date: April 18, 1964

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