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   Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - May 11, 1964, Dover, Ohio                                Plot Revealed for McNamara Death Trap On On PflM 8 Dont Miss The Around The World News Capsules HOME EDITION Largest Circulation In inscarawas County 1964 20 v f Serving Over fomllifti PHONE 42167 7 CENTS i A A r fi v V jx Xv l This demolished auto carried John Safula of Amsterdam to his death Sunday night near Tappan A crowbar had to be used to remove the man from MAN IS FATALITY NEAR TAPPAN LAKE Other Building Work Idled By Iron Workers Construction work throughout the area came to an abrupt halt this morning after a vote Friday night by members of the Iron Workers Local who decided to picket every job in an 8coun ty area involving structural or reinforcing Pickets appeared at the Com munity Improvement pi lot plant behind the County Childrens the new Phillips 66 service station being erected Green Gables Interchange and the million West Holmes School Holmes The striking ironworkers al ready had shut down work at the Atwopd Inn proj the expansion at Reeves and the new Royal Crown Cola plant at The rolling this semirig was somewhat hampered Sunday night when wheels were dismantled in the Harrison fatal crash A ar driven by the John Satula of struck them after he went left One Several Injured Mishaps Vernon business representative for the contacted by telephone this morning in his Canton said that use of other union such as to do iron work had pre cipitated the allout He added that any contractor See Page 2 Repairs Wire After 2nd Starts A fixityourself wiring proj ect took a turn for the worse Sunday afternoon Robert Baum of RD County Road 89 New City firemen answered a call at when an electrical short in the attic of the home damaged wiring and 2 Four hours the fire fighters returned to the home after Baum had tried to make T traffic fatality near Tappa Lake in Harrison County Sun day night headed the list of are accidents investigated over th weekend by state Jiatrolmer Dead is John whose auto wen left of center on Routes 25036 jsouth of the ty fnlo th rear tandem unif of a semiric operated by Russell Strite of RD Patrolmen at the Wintersvil post said Satula died of a crush ed The rigs wheels were knock ed from the trucks body by the impact and they hit a pickup truck operated by Charles Hook of The bodj was removed to Boor Funera Home at The eras occurred at slow A headon crash in the square of Shanesville at Saturday afternoon sent Austa of to Union Hospita with severe face lacerations am cuts to her left Patrolmen said she was a pas senger in a car operated by Thomas also of Stow which collided with one driver repairs of the shortcircuited This a also start ed by the burned through the Water damage was reported to 2 bedrooms and the Fire Chief Glenn Heck said that a used to remove smoke from the first aug umented the second fire in The loss is covered by Weathervane SATURDAY High 77 Low 52 YESTERDAY High 75 Low 39 Elsewhere In High Low 76 44 cloudy 75 54 clear 68 41 Los cloudy 81 54 cloudy New clear clear rain 90 M 73 57 73 47 84 63 60 53 84 57 Lions Glaucoma Clinic Wednesday The first of 2 free glaucoma clinics being sponsored jointly by Dover and New Philadel phia Lions Clubs will be Wed nesday from 1 to 5 on the main floor of Union The second clinic be May 27 at the same time and Committee Frank Brechbiel Cooper of Dover and J Yelverton and Hugh of New San clear clear TODAY 47 RAINFALL Last 48 0 inches TOMORROW Sunrise Sunset High 75 Low 58 Forecast ON THE INSIDE Around The World 8 Dear Abby 19 Doctor 19 Doctor Writes 19 Goren On Bridge 17 Horoscope 17 Hospital News 2 13 14 by Homer of Sug cited for failure to yiejd the suffered a lacerated In a onecar crash at this morning on Route south of Stone an auto driven of RD out of con trol and traveled 290 feet a ditch before hitting an em bankment and another 57 feet before Justice was cited to Juvenile Court for speed excessive for A passenger in his auto Patricia of RD suffered minor abrasions to her face and An auto driven by Edward of collided with one driven by Clyde of Port RADIO TEAM SOUNDS ALARM Farm Residence Cuffed By Fire Dover fireman William his and a citizens band radio teamed up Sunday afternoon to sound the alarm after the couple spotted a home on fire near The according to Bol ivar Fire Chief Cliff Lunden completely gutted the arm residence of the William Garber family on Route be tween Zoar and i The residents of 1517 Jhestnut were taking a Sun lay ride at the time and were leaded to Bolivar from Zoar I saw smoke across the Jones but I didnt hink too much about After we got down the road about a half mile turned around and went back after I hought it might have been a building Jones said the fire was ing in the walls when he went o the I told my wife to go to the house next door and call the fire Jones said the people there tried to phone the depart ment but the telephone was Their car equipped with the 2way radio Jones then radioed another op Max Springer at RD near Dover Dam who While his wife was calling in the Jones had gone to the Garber farm and shut off the electric power to the Lundenberger said the fire was under control within an hour Bolivar and Zoar firemen were on the scene near ly 3 The who have 2 chil dren living at the arrived from a visit at Sugarcreek short ly after firefighters The family bad moved into the home only a month or so according to See Page 2 at 5 yester day on Routes just north of Porcher posted a bond for an appearance in Southern Dis trict County Court for reckless He reportedly made a left turn in front of the Thom In an accident at Sunday on Routes south of New a car driven by Daniel of New struck the rear of Joseph of forcing it into one operated by Carl of Stemple was cited to Juvenile Court for failure to stop within the assured clear There were no injuries report Harold of East See Page 8 Winners Still On Top Alter Vofe Recheck Official tabulations of the May primary released today by the County Board of Elections show no startling changes in the outcome of voting on candi dates and In the race for recorders of ficer among Ted Un derwoods total of remain the Loren Vasbirider dropped to third place with a total of com pared to the votes first an nounced for Harold Lad rach moved up to second from fourth place when his total changed to Samuel Baio dropped to fourth though he increased lis votes from Fifth and last candidate for the Richard held the same total of Prosecutor Harlan a gained 8 votes in his race with George with a final total of corn See Page 2 Transport Misses Runway MANILA Military Ar Transport plane crashed at Clark Air Baso tonight and the Air Force said 71 of the 83 people on board were The a C135 crashed less than half a mile from the a spokesman The present confirmed count from the hospital is 12 he Dover Pupils Win 11 Superiors In Contest The Girls Boys Choi trombone Judith trum 7 solomts and 2 ensembles pet Sally Beu and Vera Jo Bar rom Dover Junior High were cello duet and Stefanie imong those earning superior Sally Beu and Joy Johnson violin and District 8 Ohio Music Excellent ratings went to ftelevisioa 11 If est for junior high students in Dover Armand Houk and David Bonnie ifoung were cochairmen for the Saliv SrhaJ 7 which included y ar flute solo tudents from 25 area junior igh scl The entries were judged as superior excellent good fair and poor according to the school grades of the students Receiving superiors from Dover were Linda violin solo Salley viola solo Sally cello solo Cher yJ clarinet Susan flute David Peggy Klingensmith and Bar bara flute trios Marnee See page u PAY BRIGHTENER Many children are spoiled these days because parents wont spank There were 73 passengers an 10 crewmen on The plane left Travis Ai Force Sunday an stopped at The fourjet transport capabl of carrying 126 persons crashe at about Manila time in a unobstructed area o dirt and the spokesma There was no sign of distres before the and the plan just didnt make the he Most of the 12 survivors were in pretty bad he said An Air Force spokesman sale wreckage was strewn over a wide area of the strategic a relay point for supplie to the forces in South Viet In a spokesman fo the 5th Air Force said hi had been informed by Clarl Field that the plane carried military and he interpreted this to mean no de pendents of military personne were Clark about 60 mile north of is the mai base in Southeast 1 is headquarters of the 13th Ai and serves as a princ pal shuttlepoint for American forces in South Vie The plane was attached to th 44th Air Transport Squadron o Travis Air Force spokesman there said it left th base at 9 Pacific time for the and stopped a in Earlier in the day two Philip pine air force jets crashed a Basa base in central Luzon is The pilot of one plane was killed but the pilot of the other parachuted to 850 Buy Concert Season Tickets Officials of the Tuscarawas County Community Concert announced today that last weeks sales campaign resulted in 850 season memberships for next years series in Dover High The first presentation will be given 21 by the Ballet a troupe of 8 from the San Francisco The Vien na Choir Boys will appear and negotiations are in prog ress for the third and final con Phila Boys Missing New Philadelphia police Sun day received a report that 2 teenage boys are missing from their They are Kidd Green of Winspear Trailer and Walter Wal of 138 Clay They reportedly had about between Shot Remains Chief Clue in Coast Crash AP the one clear word from an airliner before it has toplevel investigators prob ing for clues to the death of 44 one of them a passen ger informed sources said car ried a new insurance policy and a Twentyfive Civil Aeronautics Board officials sought to learn if the diving crash Thursday was caused by any physical in capacity of the A force of FBI men probed the possibility of crime aboard the Neither agency would ment while the investigation was under There were these developments The CAB played for news men a tape recording of a gar bled radio transmission from the pilots compartment of Page 2 Compromise Package Seen In CR Baffle By EDWIN HAAKINSON WASHINGTON AP An abrupt change in strategy by upporters of the civil rights bill appeared obvious today as the marathon Senate controversy tretched into its 10th week and 2nd The new battle plan is to tound out a compromise pack ge outside the Senate cham er and then try to pledge 67 members from both parties twothirds majority to stand olidly behind this on all This would be no easy ac but it would du licate the strength Democratic Deader Mike Mansfield of Mon ana and Republican Leader iverett Dirksen Illinois massed March 26 to make the ill the pending Senate Senate maneuvers on the measure began March 9 when it rrived in the Senate after louse Although the ood of oratory got under way the bill wasnt offi ially the pending Senate busi ess until a 6717 vote to make such was attained March See Page 2 Chase Ends Up In Court Volunteer firemen from Zoqr and Bolivqr pour water into the burning Gather which was recently 5 A Strasburg area who said he figured Dover police were going to cite him for peeling rubber was arrested yesterday after leading Dover and New Philadelphia policemen on a wild chase through both Dover police observed Larry of RD Stras traveling at a high rate of speed on the Boulevard toward New They followed him onto 4th in New Philadelpha where Millet hen turned onto Carrie Miller immediately turned on to Kaderly and a block pulled onto Chaimcey as Dover police pursued him with their red flasher and siren By this lime New Philadel for Miller continued the chase by turning up and down 5th Wabash and Un ion where he pulled in front of another almost causing an police Dover police followed Miller as he went through a red light on Union picked up speed and then turned into the Mel Thompson residence at 406 Un ion in a final attempt to elude his car was seen by police and Miller was re turned to the station where he was charged with unsafe opera tion and ordered to appear be fore Mayor LeMoyne Luthy on May after posting a bond of According to po there was a passenger in the Sue of   

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