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   Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - April 20, 1964, Dover, Ohio                                TopNoteh Reporter Photography Makes A Better Newspaper THE DAILY REPORTER HOME EDITION 18 Largest Cirenlation In Toscarawas County DoverNew April 1964 Serving Over Fomilfot PHONE 42167 7 CENTS V y V This view shows wreckage of 1 of 2 C119 troop carrier planes which collided in midair near Wil mington on Saturday The boiler appearing object in the foreground is the planes oil AP Wirephoto This wreckage of the other C119 was in a field more than 2Vz miles from that of the other The cabin was split in half as the plane was ripped Unlike the other this plane did not AP Wirephoto Cause Of Collision Fata To 17 Reservists Unknown Bolt Hits Lady Birds Plane CLEVELAND AP Light ning struck a fourengine air liner bringing Lyndon Johnson here today from Wash but the pilot said it was a small and I had no trouble controlling the George of a United Airlines veteran said he flight which left Washington at and landed here at 10 minutes was a rough Passengers in the First Ladys party had their seat belts fastened all the Fog closed the airport for four hours earlier today and raised a possibility the First Lady might have to land at Ak ronCanton But about a half hour before her fourengine DC6 arrived over the airport re opened and two delayed airlin ers were allowed to take Johnson came here to address a YWCA convention and planned to return to Washing ton in the late Dover Police Cite I After Auto Mishaps Dover police cited 2 drivers Sunday following separate acci Wilbur of Can ton forfeited bond of for passing left of center after strik ing a car driven by Andy 25of 825 Walnut who had attempted to make a left turn into an alley on Iron east of Boat The other mishap occurred in front of 323 3rd when a car operated by Jesse Ren of Blake New struck a parked vehicle owned by Gordon Police staled Rennek cited for unsafe had attempted to wipe off his windshield when his auto veer ed to the right and hit Hawks Damage to both cars was On Saturday police investigat ed an accident in the Miracle Lane Plaza parking lot when Roland of 1413 Wooster backed out of a stall and hit another parked car owned by Cynthia 216 Harger Damage was Last Friday an accident oc curred in the Kwik Shake park ing lot when John of backed his de livery truck into several tele phone lines and tore them from the High Level On Ohio Scene By JAAN KANGILASKI Associated Press Writer Ohio AP Seventeen men were killed Sat urday nighi as two C119 flying boxcars plunged to their de struction in muddy farm fields north of the nearby Clinton County Air Force Two All bul one of the victims were Army or Air Force reservists from Ohio and The accident wiped out the bases 12yearold nodeaths safe flying Officers of the 907lh Troop Carrier which operated the big said they did not know whal caused the acci Eyewitnesses said the planes apparently collided in air jusl before starting an approach to the The Air Force would nol confirm this and a highlevel investigation team from Langley Air Force Base in Virginia arrived on the scene The 907th is parl of the 302nd Troop Carrier Wing which was activaled al Clinlon Counly Air Force Base in Major Edward Hillman base information said the planes were engaged in a normal night paratroop drop ping Eight of the vic tims were greenbereted mem See Page 7 Weathervane YtSTERDAY High 75 Low 47 Elsewhere In High Low clear 78 44 rain 48 46 59 76 62 59 69 55 76 43 41 49 74 45 48 64 49 51 60 rain Los clear cloudy New rain cloudy cloudy San cloudy cloudy TODAY 7 RAINFALL Last 48 hours inch TOMORROW Sunset High 76 Low 60 Forecast thunder storms and r y VJ f S ww ON THE INSIDE Dear Abby 17 Alvarez Crane 17 Goren On Bridge 17 Obituaries 2 11 Television 6 Womens Pages 8 9 Your 15 DAY BRIGHTENER Description of todays hair dos A noodle in a Here Are Names Of Victims Ohio The Army and Air Force have identified the 17 men killed Sat urdijy night in the crash of two planes near Listed as dead Slaff Richard of RR New of and Frank Roule Staff Clyde of 2435 Ned Ohio son of Kittie Nich and husband of Verna Marie Richard Griswold 1880 Forestview Cincin Griswold was one of the Involved in the Woodson son of Pearl same ad Slanley 1005 Tuscarora Ohio son of Louise 8701 Winton James 1801 Kensington Hopkins was the pilot of the other plane Robert 1531 Lincoln Francis Shaw AFB in South Ernest Florence Ohio husband of Carolyn See Page 7 230 Hear Trumpeter Close Concert Season The 230 persons who ignored a heavy rain to atlend last nights Tuscarawas County Phil harmonic Orchestras finale for the 196364 season in Dover High certainly were nol disappoinled as Ihe orches Ira gave one of Iheir best per formances of Ihe Highlighting the concerl was Ihe performance of David Zau firsl chair Irumpeler of the internalionallyfamed Cleveland Symphony Everyone agreed his performance was perfect as he presented Concer to In E Flat for Trumpet and Orchestra including 3 movements the An dante and Accompanied by Foster Flora of New Zau der Ihrilled Ihe audience as he played Concerl Opus 49 Goedicke and Inflammalus followed by an en core Trumpeters Lullaby An An interesting note the performance Zauder and his accompanist was the fact Ihey had held only 2 rehearsals originally from De began His Irumpel stud ies there under Leonard Smith and earned a full schol arship to the New York Mili tary He graduated from there in 1951 and from then played first trumpet with the Military Acade my Band at West during which time he continued his studies with Harry Glantz of the NBC Orchestra and Eric Leid Police Probing 2 Threatening Calls Dover police are investigating 2 threatening phone calls re ceived yesterday by 2 different Police Chief Garrison Groh stated that the calls one at and Ihe other at appear to be the re sult of a divorce case which is to commence this He joined the Cleveland Orchestra in The tremendous improve ment of the reorganized Phil harmonic directed by Eugene was highly lauded for its diversity of selec tions which included Coronation English Folk Suite for orchestra Wil liams formed by 3 distincl Seventeen Come My Bonny intermezzo and Folk Songs from The program was climaxed by the romantic Iheme of The Love Music from Boris Godou nov from a Russian and Ballet Mu sic from Faust The resull of last nighls grand finale lefl Tuscarawas Counly music lovers wilh a feel ing of anticipation for next sea sons Grand Jurors Will Report Later Today The April Grand which has been in since last is expecled to report on 20 cases late this Prosecutor Harlan Spies in dicated Thirtyseven witnesses have been called during the consider ation of possible indictments against 17 Three of the cases have already been settled by guilty pleas and sentencing 1 after informations had been filed prior to the call of the Grand The Grand Jury visited the Counly Jail Friday morning and will make its recommendations in the general report to the Road Vacating Action Denied County after public hearing this morn rejected a petition for Ihe vacating and abondonment of parl of Auburn Township Road belween Counly Roads 47 anti Commissioner Chairmen Rich ard Demuth said loday that the rejection was based upon a counter petition signed by 61 who objecled to vacat ing the Seventeen land owners had presented the first de claring that the section of the road involved was no longer of any use to the In further aclion the Commissioners again continued hearings on the muchdiscussed Iransfer of Crooked Run Road in Ihe Klancresl off Counly Road lo the Dover Township road Repair Catch Basin DENNISON Street Depart ment crews are working on the corner of 2nd and Grant to repair a catch basin which caved in Albert Stan service said thai 0 heavy truck may have hit the causing the Fishing Floor Mat Thefts Reported To Police Sam Mascolti of 500 5th reported to Dover police yesterday that someone stole a fishing tackle box and equij ment valued at from his Also under invesligalion is Ihe Ihefl of 2 white floor mals from the car of Paul Dolvin of 112 Bell whose auto had been parked in the Josephs Church Police slated that 2 boys bi a 26inch and can be identified at Ihe adding that the one bike ap pears to have been run over by a PUCO Hearings Set DENNISON Mayor Donald Huston today lhat Ihe Public Utilities Commission hearing has been set for May 14 at 10 in the Band Room of the Industrial Arts Building ion 3rd The hearing will be continued May 15 if neces Uhrichsvilles hearing will be May 12 in the Elks build also starling at 10 Sam Bonifant Quits As Deputy Deputy Sam Bonifant of Den nison has turned in his resigna tion lo Sheriff Young said the man gave no reason for The post will not be immediately Young Because of the vacancy and the illness of another Pogie Morrib of Uhr Desk Deputies Gene Lyons and Jack Dehl have been put on the Young Young also noted lhal mem bers of sheriff reserve are help ing out with desk Danny dangles 30 feet below Chums Wont Envy Dannys Free Flight MILL Danny Nowell will be the center of attention when he tells schoolmates about his weekend but its doubtful any will envy was one of several boys holding restraining ropes on a balloon piloted Saturday by William Berry of To tighten his Danny wrapped the rope around his When Berry signaled to cast Danny shol skyward with the Screams of starlled spectators went unheard in the The balloon rose to feet before Berry heard Dannys urgent plea Mister please help Berry was horrified o see he boy hanging Hold Its all Well got you Berry assured He cut off the propane burn ers sending hoi gas into the 70 foot tall balloon and the big bag drifted down and settled in a They had been aloft aboul 15 minutes and traveled two Danny was taken to a hospital in San Francisco where he was found to bo uninjured except for a sore Definite Gains Made In Parley On Rail Dispute WASHINGTON The White House said today federal medi ators have reported to Presi dent Johnson some definite gains in emergency railroad bargaining talks aimed at avert ing a nationwide said While House press secretary George there are some very difficult issues that still Reedy said one of Ihe media lors lold him lhal Ihe lalks have now reached a stage where to Earlier Story on Page 12 gain an inch is as difficult as it was to gain a foot a week Reedy said intensive lalks will with Johnson main taining close liaison with the Asked whether Johnson was salisfied with the made at about 10 Reedy said Obviously the only thing that would be satisfactory is a He said Johnson commended both sides for the gains they have and urged them to redouble their efforts to settle the five year long work rules Johnson reportedly met with federal mediators and negotia tors from both sides Sunday night for a report on the 10day old which he hopes will Assist Is Sought For Elderly Man Missing 2 Weeks V Sheriff Young loday is sued a call lo any area resident having information to the where abouts of Charles who walked away from the County Home on April lo con lacl his Young said his deparlmenl has no clues afler several days of searching Ihe area and con tacting McMasters friends and When last McMaslers was wearing a pair of washa able tan a plaid shirt and blue canvas He weighs around Young added thai McMaslers has disappeared from the home on previous Phila Police Check Theft Alma Colo of 212 6th NW reported to New Philadelphia police this morning that vandals sometime lasl nighl threw a rock and broke the windshield of her At yesterday Edward Herman of RD Sug said a hubcap was slolen from his Ohio Science Honor Is Won By Phila Boy Mike son of and Lewis Wiener of RD New was one of 222 students who received a superior rating at the Stale Science Day exhibition in Co a 9th Grade student at Welly Junior received his rating for a research The Fuel in the field of Also having an entry was Da vid son of and Oliver Kutscher of 1014 Tuscarawas New who received a rating of excellent for his The Bacteria in the field of David is a junior at New Philadelphia Slale Science Day is spon sored by he Ohio Academy of Science and more than 600 high school students displayed re search projects from many thou sands prepared during the The boys were accompanied by Syl who served as a Olher area sludenls receiving superior ratings were Wil liam David Theodore McCay Leslee Keller and Ann all of Millersburg Earney and Floyd Waters of Millersburg also served as averl a nalionwide He had called for a report by today but apparently Sunday nights session covered Reedy described the negotia tors and mediators as a group of very weary They have been talking for 10 See Page 2 Annexation Plans Mapped At Dennison DENNISON The Action for Annexation Committee met in the Presbyterian Church manse yesterday lo map plans for tha annexation issue which will ap pear on the May Jack ex plained lo the group they would use a quiet campaign due to the fact that there were only 16 days until election and that the biggest job would be to get the people out to He pointed out lhat the coun ty tax rate shows Dennison has the highest municipal per while Uhrichsville has a rate of The Aldcrgalc says we didnt get here by foolish spending Dennison is out of according lo the mayor but we still dont have anything because the adminis tration is trying lo keep Ihings Aldergale also told the group Danny Johnson is not the vil lage He is advisor to the council and serves at the pleasure of the This statement was backed up by Councilman Byron who said that Johnson lakes a lot on Also explained was Ihe fact lhal Ihe commitlee was not re sponsible because Commission ers had nol presented the peti tion to Council within the 120 days allowed by Everything has to be chal Aldergate but the only thing against annexa tion is The committee will meet April 28 at 8 in a location to be determined for a ques tion and answer They are afraid because we are not slinging any mudbut we cant sling Dennison down any Aldergate said in referring to opposition lo annex It was also explained lhat Uhrichsville would not be re quired lo vole because of coun cilmatie aclion approving an It was felt that with the school consolidation issue on the No vember ballot it could have helped the annexation According to tax rates for Dennison has mills and Uhrichsville has Police Applicants Sought Reports Auto Crash William of 2403 Wooster report ed to Sheriff Young at 2 Saturday afternoon lhat his auto overturned on Counly Road He said his back and left elbow were Depulies were no tified afler Ihe youth received trealmenl at Union Hospital and the auto towed Safety Director William made an appeal today for men interested in police work to take a Civil Service ex amination lo be given on May The present list of 3 names submitted by Ihe Civil Service Commission has been exhaust ed and therefore another list will have to be supplied to ihe 3man panel consisting of Sweit Mayor LeMoynu Lulhy and Police Chief Garrison The mum purpose of Ihe ex amination is to find a man to replace Dean who has resigned effective April A fourth Dean who was being considered for the will probably be ruled ineligible because he lives n New City Solicitor Mario Corsi stated this morn ing that an applicant must be a resident of Dover in order to Sweitzer stated that the panel is satisfied to wait for the suits of the next Civil Service adding that they were primarily interested in finding a wellqualified man who would be acceptable lo both the panel and Police De   

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