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   Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - April 18, 1964, Dover, Ohio                                Nation Shares Joy With Ohio Aviatrix ns Perish In Jet Crash Jerrie Mock Becomes First World Soloist Ohio AP It may be just Saturday every where but in Columbus its Jerrie Mock Mock became Friday night the first woman to fly solo around the She landed hersingleengine Cessna at Port Columbus at 20 days She descended into a throng her daughter and flanked by and sons and Mock found self short of words to express her reaction to the I should get my autopilot here to for Visibly seemed to hesitate a bit before proclaiming her trip wonder She I didnt get much sleep or food of any Thousands of spectators crushed toward a flagdraped platform as state and city offi cials offered A telegram from President John son was read over the loud speaker Mayor May nard Sensenbrenner made the proclamation formally designat ing Jerrie Mock Also on hand were James Rhodes and Air Force See Page 10 Harry Smith Is Dead At 88 Harry of 156 Park New Philadel Tuscarawas County sher iff from 192932 and county com missioner from died Friday night in Maxwell Nurs ing Home following a 2day ill Born in a son of the late John and Mary Jane Neal he had resided in his present home the last 54 He was a retired steel mill His the former Emma died in Affiliations First Evangelical United Brethren its See Page 14 THE DAILY REPORTER DoverNew April 1964 40 7 CENTS By PHILIPPE NEURAY Belgium doctors and dentists erided their 18day the dispute over the new social ized medicine remains The doctors to meet with government officials next Wed nesday in an attempt to settle their differences over the controversial Belgiums medical profession agreed to call off the strike aft er hours of intensive nego tiations during which rectors of Belgiums four univ ersities acted as Afterwards Premier Le fevre said confidently that con ditions now are to reach a agreement on the law which would leave no bitter Lefevre called on his country and heal the wounds of this con The government is under strong pressure from Belgiums labor unions to resist major ON THE INSIDE Around The World 10 Goren On Bridge 21 Hospital News 14 Obituaries 27 Sports 2829303132 Television 17 to 20 Womens 9 changes in the which would give more than half of Bel giums nine million people free medical care or require them to pay only a token The doctors fear their offices will be flooded with cranks imagining They say this would force them to prac tice chain examining patients in a produc tion They also contend hospital fa cilities would become over crowded and complain of the considerable bookkeeping they would have to do under the health insurance They also say the set fees are too Labor leaders say the doctors really are worried about a loss of income and additional Lefevres government con cedes the doctors may have a legitimate fear in anticipating a flood of but the Cab inet has asked them to let the plan function for a year of If it is found that patients are See Page 14 Plane Misses Landing Goes Into Gulf Persian Gulf AP jetliner lost in a desert sandstorm overshot the airport at Saudi Fri day night and crashed in the Persian Twenty three Americans were among the 49 persons A Navy spokesman said helicopter crewmen saw no sur vivors in the wreckage of the Middle East AirlinesAir Liban Caravelle jet spotted today in shallow water about 10 miles off the Arabian The spokesman said the search for survivors was con tinuing and that more helicop ters and small boats had been sent to the crash Only one wing of the plane jutted above the water Divers set out from Dhahran to start an underwater search at the but the Navy spokesman It doesnt look like there can be any sur The twin jet airliner went down in the gulf about halfway between an oil city near the Arabian and the archipelago of islands which make up this Britishprotected Arab sheikdom 15 miles off An airline spokesman in Bei See Page 32 Phila Sewer Contract Let The New Philadelphia City Board of Control yesterday awarded a contract to Kerr Sewer Service of New Philadelphia for construction of a 12inch sewer system on the Other bidders were Ben Cookson of New Philadelphia Nardi of Denni son and Beaver Exca vating of Canton Service Director William Ste venson said this morning the sewer project is approximately feet and will run from Broadway to Blake The Kerr firm is expected to begin con struction NO NO See PTA Conference Is Success An unidentified woman ap peared at the Dover police sta tion last complaining that her husband had taken her glasses and refused to return Her husband was con tacted and he stated that he bad paid for the glasses and would return them to her after she paid Police also stated that a truck tire and rim were discovered in City rubbish The owner can pick up the items at the Confusion Yes Chaos No Success Yes Perhaps it was the Partners With A but teachers and parents agreed yesterdays Eastern Ohio District at Do ver High came off extremely In Jhere was less confu sion anticipated under the Some high school classes had to be switch ed to make room for the confer There also were some changes in student lunch be cause 512 visitors also were fed in the and visiting groups ran into pupil groups in Those served in the including doubled the number normally served the PTA meal was different than the student It was a remark ed Mary head dieti cian who planned and prepared tbe meal with the ai4 of 0 bers of her staff and an extra All the visitors were served within 45 Im amazed at the student bodys remarked librarian Catherine The conference presented a fine opportunity for Dover High to display Us fine facilities and to give members of other com munities a chance to see an or derly student comment ed Clifford a chemis try It certainly was Weathervane YESTERDAY High 83 Low 62 Elsewhere In High Low Pr cloudy 77 51 cloudy 81 40 Los cloudy 68 54 clear 76 73 New clear 68 51 clear 81 56 San cloudy 53 48 cloudy 89 55 101 AY 7 62 RAINFALL Last 24 Hours Trace TOMORROW Sunrise Sunset High 55 Low 50 Forecast oc casional Stone Creek In Prison Break Area law enforcement agen cies have been notified that Daniel of Stone and 2 es caped yesterday from Grafton Prison sentenced to 1 to 15 years in Mansfield Reformatory last May 2 on a breaking and entering charge after pleading guilty to an also was on probation for 4 other counts involving thefts in Tus carawas The other escapees are Martin of and Richard of son The trio was reportedly wear ing prison clothes of blue pants with a red stripe down each leg and blue County deputies said they will make periodic checks at Bark ers Stone Creek Woman Cited After Car Hits Phila Bridge New Philadelphia police cited Lois of 212 Com mercial SW for reckless operation after her auto struck the Broadway bridge at Police said the after hitting the overturned on its Police were not certain if she saw someone in the road or fell She was not Firemen were called to wash away spilled In an accident at Friday night on 3rd a car driv en by William of KD New ed with one driven by Thomas of 455 2nd Police said the Yosick car was backing from a private drive when the accident oo A lawn strip in front of 1309 4th NW also was aged by one of the were no   

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