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   Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - May 7, 1964, Dover, Ohio                                A heart attack last night claimed ana df Ttistfatawas teitfaoftli aiid speeted sports Glen Dutch of 2006 Dover died in Un Dutch Former Coach Glen Furbay Ion Hospitals emergency Where he was taken after be coming ill ata brothers home in Me and his wife and and Lonnie also of Do had been visiting Raymond who has been During the visit Furbay be came ill and suggested they leave for En route to with his wife Furbay said he was feeling worse and suggested they take him to the hospital Manager of the County Auto mobile which he joined in Furbay will fee bered for his football and bas ketball teams at Dover and Dennison High A Uhrichsville son of the late and Clemmie Milliken he received his bachelors degree at Mus kingum College in 1934 after graduating with the Uhrichs ville Class of A top high See Page 23 VOL 32 Largest Circulation In Tuscarawas County DoverNew May 1964 REPORTER PHONE 42167 7 CENTS Furbay as coach 44 Reported Dead In Plane Crash Area Plaza Lounge Permit Denied Issuance of a liquor permi for The a new estab lishment at the Miracle Lane Plaza shopping has been blocked because the plaza area once was part of Dover Town which is The decision by the Ohio De partment of Liquor Control took another unexpected turn this morning when a spokesman re vealed that the carryout beer and wine permits held by Kro ger and Stores at the Plaza are under Kenneth Rodgers of RD who operates the Vil lage Green Restaurant in the shopping applied for a D2 permitfor The which is ready for The permit is for the sale ol highpowered beer and wine for onpremise consumption and The Liquor in denying the pointed out that the area in which the Plaza is located was annexted to the City of Dover by City Council on June Records show that a local op tion election held in Dover Township in 1955 resulted in a dry The department spokesman said annexation does not change the local option status of the annexed Another vote must be taken to determine whether the area should be wet or This was not done in respect to the section of land on which the Plaza is The department finds that the applied for location is an area that has voted against the sale of intoxicating beverages and this area has never par ticipated in a local option elec tion while being part of the City of the ruling The is Without authority to grant the issuance of the applied for per It was pointed out that Rodg ers may appeal the ruling to the Liquor Control While investigating Rodgers the department be came aware of the carryout See Page 2 Antique Club Seeks Charter Articles of incorporation were filed today with Secretary of State Ted Brown by the Tus carawas County Antique Initial trustees are Grant Thompson of 115 3rd NW and Mary Dever of 208 Ced ar Lane both of New Phil and Sara Beg land of The purpose clause of the in corporation papers states the or ganization seeks to preserve an future with the ultimate goal of estab lishing a permanent place to house and exhibit objects of his torical Donald Zimmerman of New Philadelphia is listed as the organizations statutory Articles were filed through Fitzpatrick Zimmer man of New Dover Woman Hired For Welfare Position Kay Render of 715 Wooster has received a provisional appoint ment as clerk typist in the County Welfare She replaces Donna who recently Welfare Di rector Lorin Qadd Render is a graduate of New Philadelphia High and has had 5 years experience as typist general office Packing up for the 3day outing at Ciendening Lake are Carl Hilton sonof and Harlan Hilton of 1215 Carol daughter of Gerald Bryan of 1215 Oak Jackie daughter of and Jack Graham of 216 11th and Joe son of and Ted Fisher of 1206 Cross All are 6th Graders at Dover Weathervane YESTERDAY High 86 Low 60 Elsewhere In High Low clear 76 44 clear 81 64 cloudy 81 65 Los clear 60 46 clear 78 New cloudy 71 52 clear 78 65 San clear 57 48 cloudy TODAY 7 62 RAINFALL Last 24 hours Trace TOMORROW Sunrise 5ie Sunset High 78 Low 63 Forecast possible r Dover 6th Graders Head For Lake Outing For the fifth consecutive Dover 6th Grade students are participating in a 3day Out door Education Program at Camp tippecanoe on Clendening Bustyads of 146 6th Graders from Dover Avenue and Park schools left for the excursion at 11 today and will return Saturday The tiip is led in Mostlqf thf areas will be science related many practical applications of social mu sic and art also will be empha Teachers and classes sched uled are Glen water Ar line plants Harry animals Charles soil Beverly trees Donald marine life and Ernest In addition to the the students will be accompanied by the health Glenn Violet Robert Kreisher will cKaperone one girls tonight with Groh taking overFfi day night Dale Johnson has provided a truck tohaul some pf the Another 112 students from East and South Elementary See Page 2 Ham Is Served Spiced And Nice By High Fever Guys And Dollies By James Davis Daily Reporter City Editor Tuscarawas County is not particularly known for its pork but there evidently is plenty of ham There was plenty to go around at last nights opening perform ance of High Fever a charitable vehicle for the Union Hospital Staged and directed by John lenry of the Jerome Cargill Productions of New the Follies will conclude tonight vith another performance in Dover High auditorium at Its a the Follies is scheduled only 2 The 120 member cast is filled with show such as the Social Security the New Philadelphia Elks mem ers of the elephant ballet roupe and several The 2hour show opens fast with 8 couples in striking gold costumes singing and dancing to Thats Jim and Julie Harold and Mary Bob and Babe To Don and Carol Dick and Donna Darrell and Joanne Tom Kane and Deanna Mears and Digk Shell and Marilyn Shell get the job A chorus line comprised of Betty Jo Irene ON THE INSIDE Around The Dear Alvarez 31 29 Goren On Hospital 10 2 Sports 17 18 Television 20 Womens 131415 Your 31 Berenda Phillis Peggy Sally Margie Ruby Char lotte Sue Di ane Adelman and Sally Clark swing on stage and are soundly applauded for their highstep ping Bob Meese of then takes the audience to Olympius where Dover Pharma cist Lester as and Mary Hanner as Juno are planning a Unsatisfied with the announced entertain ment for the 3 Lois Mary Warner and Carole head down to earth to get a thrill and pick up some new Their first stop is a Western Marne Baker as Dia mond Lil belts out Cutest Per sonality followed by the first of several appearances of the See HIGH Page 15 Brown May Have To Mend Fences In Wake Of Taft Rout By Richard Zimmerman Reporter Columbus Bureau is ex pected to happen in the Ohio aimary cautiously wrote a lational pundit sent to cover the Buckeye state for a He was about twothirds Nothing unusual happen ed in Tuesdays primary but some of the margins were un expected and Our own predictions were again 100 per cent correct ia winners in the 7 state widf but we missed in calling the final lineup in one of be nidticontested races and the WMrgps in 2 At tfclflfriting incomplete re million highway bond issue leading by about 65 per a remarka ble margin for any bond pro gram and i possible record in Ohio if you except the nonpar tisan Korean veterans bonus issues ol past Most pundits thought the is sue would fare about the same or even a little worse than the 1250 million issue which passed DAY BRIGHTENER After putting two and two to gether one sometimes wishes he had kept them by a healthy 60 per cent last We went fairly far out on this giving it a little over 70 per cent or about what the Korean bonus racked But apparently a combination of builtin opposition to all bond proposals and brought ou by Rhodes erstwhile support of the made for the per cent All in a remarkable win for even a sure surprise was the to 1 victory of Robert Taft over Secretary of State Ted Brown for the Senate nom Taft will win by 4 times Page 2 Pacific Lines Graff Shaffers In California tyfour persons were killed to day in the crash of a Pacific Airlines plane in foothill coun try 40 miles east of San Fran An spokesman said the plane carried 40 passen a crew of and a Federal Aviation Agency ob The twin engined Fairchild F27 was Flight It original ed in Sheriffs Louis Skuse re ported from the crash on a ranch 10 miles east of Con that there were no sur George assistant to the airlines said Ernest Clark was the pi The first officer was An dress and the stewardess Marge He said the passenger list was not A Tasajero Gordon said the plane exploded into small There wasnt a piece larger than a foot in except for the landing after it Rassmussen said he saw the plane coming in and that it there was a puff of smoke and if crashed a mile from my The air controllers office at Oakland International Airport said the plane abruptly disap peared from its radar Sheriffs officers closed off the area where was scattered The wreckage did not BiU Barkett Jaycees Elect New Officers Bill Barkett of 614 3rd associated with Barkett Fruit of was elected presi dent of the Dover Junior Cham ber of Commerce last night at a dinner meeting in Village Res He will succeed Dick Gordon of Strasburg in Other officers are Don Pack internal vice president George external vice president Dave sec and Alvin treas Newly elected directors are Gene Sam Krempasky and Jim Preceding the vote was a brief campaign pitch from the The installation banquet will be staged the first part of Andy Struhar handled ar rangements for the social hour and smorgasbord Old Fine Collected Gary of 116 Canal was picked up by police Wednesday for nonpayment of a traffic He paid and was released on condition he pay the balance of this AT OHIO UNIVERSITY Johnson Cites Many By FRANK CORMIER Ohio dent Johnson said today our tomorrow but to to accomplish objec tives which have eluded man kind since the beginning of In a speech prepared for de livery at Ohio John son said the nation must Bring equal justice to all our Abolish human Eradicate killing and crip pling and lengthen the life span of man to 100 or 120 Eliminate End open bias and active above all help to bring about a day when nation shall not lift up sword against neither shall they learn war any es The visit to Athens was an in terlude in trip through Ap Johnsons second such tour in 13 aimed princi pally at drumming up backing for his war on poverty Off from the White House lawn by helicopter at the President flew first to Cum for a speech in which he depicted the antipov erty program as a campaign of the continuing American Revo From here Johnson flies on to visit six meeting the un visiting farmers and promoting the antipoverty The Ohio University address carried on that tying it in with the other goals which Johnson set for Not in a not in a year will these goals be Johnson but if we begin the we approach the task with great enthusiasms and not with cynicisms these achievements will be the glory See Page 23 Taft To Gear Campaign To National Issue WASHINGTON AP Robert Taft who will oppose Demo crat Young for his senate seat in the November says he will campaign to national in a news conference fol lowing his nomination victory over Ohio Secretary of State Ted Brown in Tuesdays pri mary said Young has gone down the line pretty much for the Johnson admin He said there will be plenty of differences between Young and himself in the Taft also told newsmen Wednesday that his nomination could not be interpreted as a setback to Barry Goldwa ters presidential candidacy in Taft said that the GOP presidential nomination was not an issue in the Ohio He added although his primary had endorsed he had en dorsed no Heart Drive Nets III JO Lee 1964 County Heart Fund reported at the associations meeting yesterday in Union Hospital that the to tal contributed has exceeded This includes a check for 473 presented by Maryon Dugan of the amount collected in the Twin City The tops the final fig ures for the last 5 Clay Strike Talk Stalls UHRICHSVILLE Richard a union representa reported there was no progress in sight to end a 2 weekold strike following yester days meeting between Evans Pipe and United Brick and Clay Workers Union Burdette said that although the union has concentrated on a few major the company wont No further meet ings have been scheduled at this although Burdette said he thought it might be possible they would meet again Tuesday or Yesterdays which had been called by William business agent for the local also was attended by 3 company 6 mem bers of the union and Charles international Michigan plant officials at Gnadenhutten are meeting with Klasener Three Are Injured In Ladder Mishaps DENNISON Four persons received emergency treatment in Twin City Hospital yester Dick of 2nd injured his leg and back when he fell 35 feet from a Virgie of 717 Uhrich had a cast applied after she injured her knee in a fall from a ladder and Roberta of 1102 Holiday received a cut on her head when a ladder fell Both are from Debbie of Freeport fractured her shoulder in a fail at her Rights Test Has Close Call By JOHN CHADWICK WASHINGTON AP Sen ate sponsors of the civil rights bill have won their first test of but it was a close After four roll calls Wednes day a 4545 Senate rejected 46 to 45 a jury trial amendment to the meas The votets were the first on any of the nearly 100 amend ments offered to the House passed bill since the Senates civil rights debate began on March The defeated called up by Thruston would have pro vided for jury trials in criminal contempt of court cases arising out of antidiscrimination injunc tions authorized by the It was opposed by the John son administration and the bills both Democrats and Richard D leader of the Southern said a variation of it is likely to be offered next week in an effort to reverse the out I was disappointed in the he I thought we had enough to carry But the pressures were too The vote was a bit too close for comfort for the other Thomas GOP floor manager for the called it The vote left as the Senates pending business a limited jury trial amendment proposed by the Senates two Demo crat Mike Mansfield and Repub lican Everett Under defendants in criminal contempt cases grow ing out of the bills endorsement provisions would be entitled to trial by jury only if the penalty was in excess of 30 days in jail or a Just when their amendment will reach a vote was left up in the Mansfield told the Senate there was a possibility it would be voted on late Monday or early but he said no commitment had been Southern foes can stave off a vote by continuing to talk against They can get a vote first on another amendment like Mortons if they offer Road Work Is Approved County Commissioners have authorized blacktopping of streets and alleys and parking strip in the area of schoolhouse and in front of the Geckler Fu neral Home at Stone The which has been done by the County Engineer in the was requested by Stone Creek Village On the request of Jefferson Township the County Engineer has been authorized by the commissioners to seal Township Road 250 and repair the bridges on Township Roads 241 and Commissioners said the Stone Creek Council and Jefferson Township trustees will be bill ed directly for The county engineer will bill the of ficials directly for labor involv ed in the 2 Mineral City Group Seeks Incorporation The Community Improvement of Mineral City today fil ed articles of incorporation with Secretary of State Ted Initial trustees are Paul las of Miner Glessner Craig Ver lon Hankinson and Carl Blas enhauer of 396 North all of Mineral Blasenhauer is listed as the groups statutory The papers were filed by Fitz patrick and Zimmerman of New Wrong Herman The wrong Herman was list ed in yesterdays report on those eligible for appointment as a Dover Gail Herman passed the Civil Serv ice test and was one of 3 recommended by the Civil Serv ice Commission for considera tion by Police Chief Garrison Mayor LeMoyne Luthy and Safety Director William Gail is a son of Sheldon Herman of 218 2nd who was incorrectly The lat ter is coowner of Kenny Petf Floor Coverings on Iron Cleanup Month Set Mayor LeMoyne Lutny has designated May as PaintUp and FixUp month in civic and serv ice organizations are asked to join in an effort to make the   

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