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Publication: Dover Daily Reporter May 11, 1964

Dover Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - May 11, 1964, Dover, Ohio Plot Revealed For McNamara 'Death Trap’ On Trip....Story On Page 8 I Don't Miss The I Around The World I News Capsules J VOL. 60. NO. 257. 20 PAGES. IHE Daily Reportef Largest Circulation In Tuscarawas County Dover-New Philadelphia, Ohio, Monday, May 11, 1964 HOME EDITION Serving Over 11,000 Families PHONE 4-2167 7 CENTS 71 Die, 12 Survive In Manila Crash This demolished auto carried John Satula of Amsterdam to his death Sunday night near Tappan Lake. A crowbar had to be used to remove the man from the wreckage. The "rolling quality" of this semi- rig was somewhat hampered Sunday night when its wheels were dismantled in the Harrison County fatal crash. A car driven by the victim, John Satula of Amsterdam, struck them after he went left of center. ★ ★ U.S. Transport Misses Runway MANILA (AP)—A U.S. Military Air Transport plane crashed at Clark Air Base tonight and the Air Force said 71 of the 83 people on board were killed. The plane, a Cl 35 jet. crashed less than half a mile from the runway, a spokesman said. "The present confirmed count from the hospital is 12 survivors," he said. 'Shot' Remains Chief Clue In Coast Crash MAN IS FATALITY NEAR TAPPAN LAKE Other Building Work Idled By One Dead, Several Injured Iron Workers Construction work throughout the area came to an abrupt halt this morning after a vote Friday In 11 Area Weekend Mishaps Winners Still On Top After Vote Recheck A traffic fatality near Tappan 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- by Homer Bitikofer, 67, of Sug-    bankment and another 57 feet    Washington, at 5 p.m. yesternight by members    of the Iron    Lake in Harrison County Sun-    arcreek.    before stopping.    day on Routes 21-16, just north Workers Local 550,    who decided    day night headed the list of area    Bitikofer, cited for failure to    Justice was cited to Juvenile    of Newcomerstown. to picket every job in an 8-coun- accidents investigated over the yield the right-of-way, suffered Court for speed excessive for Porcher posted a $25 bond for dates and issues, ty area involving structural or;weekend by state patrolmen.    a lacerated mouth.    conditions. A passenger in his an appearance in Southern Dis-1 In the race for    recorder’s of- reinforcing steel.    Dea(j js j0hn j Sat ala, 48, of 1n a one-car crash at 12:30 auto, Patricia J. Bair, 20, of trict County Court for reckless fice among Democrats, Ted Un- Pickets appeared al the Com- Amsterdam, whose auto went    Ibis morning on Route 21, south    RD I, Dover, suffered minor    operation.    He reportedly made    derwood’s total of 2.783 remain- munity Improvement Corp.’s pi- left of center on Routes 250-36,    °1 Stone Creek, an auto driven    abrasions to her face and leg.    a left turn    in front of the Thorn-    ed the same. However, Loren lot plant behind the Tuscarawas sou^ 0f Tuscarawas Conn- by Gary M. Justice, 17, of RD An auto driven by Edward C. as auto.    iVasbinder dropped to third County Children’s Home, the Ly jjne ancj sjamme(j in{0 the L Strasburg, went out of con- Porcher, 51, of Newcomerstown,    place with a total of 2.041, corn- new Phillips 66 service station reQr tan{jem unj( 0f a semi-rig    tr°l and traveled 290 feet in a    collided with one driven by    In an accident at 3:05 p.m.    pared to the 2,113 votes first an- being erected near the Green „perated by Russell B. Strite,    I ditch before hitting an em-    Clyde L. Thomas, 59, of Port    Sunday on    Routes 250-8, south of    llounccd for him. Harold Lad- Gables Interchange and the $1.5- 3, of RD 2 Gardners, pa ,--■---- - ‘ Holmes County °    °    Patrolmen    at the Wintersville RADIO TEAM SOUNDS ALARM The striking’ ironworkers a1- Post said Satula &ed of a crush‘ ready had shut down work at ed chest. the $2-million Atwood Inn proj- The rig’s wheels were knock-eet, the $500,000 expansion at ed from the truck’s body by the Reeves Steel & Mfg. Co. and the impact and they hit a pickup new Royal Crown Cola plant at I truck operated by Charles Hook, Midvale.    39, of Steubenville. The body Vernon J. Sherer, business |was removed to Boor Funeral Dover fireman William ed. Farm Residence Gutted By Fire Court for failure to stop within the assured clear distance. _____    J.    I go to the house next door and Thera were no injuries report- representative for the local, Home at Bowerston. The crash Jones, his wife, Gloria, and a I call the fire department." contacted by telephone this occurred at 11:40 p.m. (slow citizen’s band radio teamed up Mrs. Jones said the people morning in his Canton office, time).    I    Sunday afternoon to sound the there tried to phone the depart- said that use of other union j    alarm after the couple spotted ment but the telephone was - members, such as carpenters, a headon crash in the square a home on fire near Bolivar. dead. Their car equipped with etc., to do iron work had pie- 0f Shanesville at 2:35 Saturday The blaze, according to Bol-'the 2-way radio service, Mrs. cipitated the all-out strike. afternoon sent Austa Brady, ivar Fire Chief Cliff Lunden- Jones then radioed another op-He added that any contractor 43 of StQW to Union Hospital berger, completely gutted the erator, Max Springer at RD 2, ..    , . rach moved up to second from New Philadelphia, a car driven f()urth lace when his total f le[. ^temple 17, of New; changed from 1>568 to 2,064. Philadelphia, struck the rear of [Samuel Baio dropped to fourth Joseph Warner, 41, of Canton, standing, though he increased forcing it into one operated by his votes from li84€ to 1,902. Carl Alfano, 40, of Uhrichsville. Fifth and last candidate for the Stemple was cited to Juvenile office, Richard Shonk, held the Harold Gortney, 19, of East See MISHAPS, Page 8 same total of 841. Prosecutor Harlan Spies, a Democrat, gained 8 votes in his race with Atty. George Demis, with a final total of 4,999, com-See VOTE, Page 2 There were 73 passengers and IO crewmen on board. The plane left Travis Air Force Base, Calif., Sunday and stopped at Hawaii. The four-jet transport capable of carrying 126 persons crashed at about 7:15 p.m. Manila time, in a level, unobstructed area of dirt and grass, the spokesman said. There was no sign of distress before the crash, and the plane “just didn’t make the runway," he added. Most of the 12 survivors were “in pretty bad shape," he said. An Air Force spokesman said wreckage was strewn over a wide area of the strategic base, a relay point for supplies to the U.S. forces in South Viet Nam. In Japan, a spokesman for the U.S. 5th Air Force said he had been informed by Clark Field that the plane carried “military passengers,” and he interpreted this to mean no dependents of military personnel ment were aboard. Clark Field, about 60 miles north of Manila, is the main U.S. base in Southeast Asia. It is headquarters of the 13th Air Force, and serves as a principal shuttlepoint for supplying American forces in South Viet Nam. The plane was attached to the 44th Air Transport Squadron of Travis Air Force Base. A spokesman there said it left the base at 9 a.m. Pacific time for the Philippines, and stopped at Hickam, in Hawaii. Earlier in the day two Philippine air force jets crashed at Basa base in central Luzon island. The pilot of one plane was killed but the pilot of the other parachuted to safety. CONCORD, Calif. (AP) — "Shot,” the one clear word from an airliner before it crashed, has top-level investigators probing for clues to the death of 44 aboard, one of them a passenger informed sources said carried a new insurance policy and a gun. Twenty-five Civil Aeronautics Board officials sought to learn if the diving crash Thursday was caused by any physical incapacity of the crew. A force of FBI men probed the possibility of crime aboard the plane. Neither agency would com-while the investigation was under way. There were these developments: I. The CAB played for newsmen a tape recording of a garbled radio transmission from the pilot’s compartment of the See SHOT’, Page 2 Compromise Package Seen In CR Battle See IDLED, Page 2 with severe face lacerations and Repairs Wire After Blaze, 2nd Starts A “fix-it-yourself” wiring project took a turn for the worse Sunday afternoon for Robert Baum of RD I, (County Road 89) New Philadelphia. City firemen answered a call at 2:38 p.m. when an electrical short in the attic of the home damaged wiring and 2 rafters. Four hours later, the firefighters returned to the home cievelTndr*cfear ... 68 after Baum had tried to make Uos Angeles, cloudy 81 repairs of the shoit-ciicuited ]\jjami, cloudy ..... 90 wiring.    New York, clear ... 73 This time, a blaze, also start- j pjitsbtirgh, clear .. 73 rd by the short, burned through Louis, rain ..... 84 the roof. Water damage was kqan Fran., clear ... 60 reported to 2 bedrooms and the Washington, clear . 84 i cuts to her left foot. Patrolmen said she was a passenger in a car operated by Thomas Brady, 17, also of Stow, which collided with one driven daY r’de at ^me and were I-----------iheaded to Bolivar from Zoar farm residence of the William Dover, (near Dover Dam) who Garber family on Route 212, be- reported the blaze. While his tween Zoar and Bolivar.    wife was calling in the report, The Joneses, residents of 1517 Jones had gone to the Garber Chestnut St., were taking a Sun- farm and shut off the electric V ^Weathervane SATURDAY High 77    Low    52 YESTERDAY High 75    Low    39 Elsewhere In U.S. High Low Pr. Albuquerque, clear. 76 44    .. Chicago, cloudy ... 75 Gardens. “I saw smoke across power to the home. Lundenberger said the fire \ was under control within an the h°ur although Bolivar and Zoar said kitchen. Fire Chief Glenn Heck that a fan, used to remove smoke from the first blaze, aug-umented the second fire in spreading. The loss is covered by insurance. Lions' Glaucoma Clinic Wednesday 54 41 54 M 57 47 63 53 57 TODAY 7 a.m.     47 RAINFALL Last 48 hour* in inches TOMORROW Sunrise............5:11 Sunset  ...........7:31 High 75    Low    58 Forecast: Cloudy, showers ON THE I N S I D field," Jones said, “but I didn’t think too much about it. After we got down the road about a half mile we turned around and went back after I thought it might have been a building burning." Jones said the fire was crackling in the walls when he went to the door. “I told my wife to firemen were on the scene near ly 3 hours. The Garbers, who have 2 children living at the home, arrived from a visit at Sugarcreek shortly after firefighters arrived. The family had moved into the home only a month or so ago, according to Lundenberger. See FIRE, Page 2 The first of 2 free glaucoma clinics being sponsored jointly! bv Dover and New Philadel-1 Dover Pupils Win 11 Superiors' In Contest • • The Girls Chorus, Boys Cho-1 trombone; Judith Becker, trum-•• rus, 7 soloisits and 2 ensembles pet; Sally Beu and Vera Jo Bar- from Dover Junior High were kett, cello duet; and Stefanie among those earning "superior" Renner, Sally Beu and Joy ratings Saturday in the 3-county Johnson, violin, cello and piano District 8 Ohio Music Assn. con- trio. test for junior high students in Dover High.    “Excellent" ratings went to: Armand Houk and David Bonnie Campbell, clarinet solo; Y°i|::o were co-chairmen for the Sa||y Schaar, flute solo; Vera contest, which included 1,800 Jo Barken, cello solo; Sally * ?•“?«"* trom 25 ar,'a >unior Schaar, Lois Knittlc and Teresa £ hit'll schools and was lilted by ll Berner, and Becky Bootman, JudSes-    !    Peggy Klingensmith and Bar ia j The entries were judged as bara Haugh flute trios; Marnee 850 Buy Concert Season Tickets Officials of the Tuscarawas County Community Concert Assn. announced today that last week’s sales campaign resulted in 850 season memberships for next year’s series in Dover High auditorium. The first presentation will be given Oct. 21 by the Ballet 64, a troupe of 8 dancers from the San Francisco Ballet. The Vienna Choir Boys will appear Jan. By EDWIN B. HAAKINSON WASHINGTON (AP) — An abrupt change in strategy by supporters of the civil rights bill appeared obvious today as the marathon Senate controversy stretched into its 10th week and 52nd session. The new battle plan is to pound out a compromise package —■ outside the Senate chamber — and then try to pledge 67 members from both parties — a two-thirds majority — to stand solidly behind this on all votes. This would be no easy accomplishment, but it would duplicate the strength Democratic 18 and negotiations are in prog- Leader Mike Mansfield of Moored for the third and final con- tana and Republican Leader rt    Everett M. Dirksen of Illinois ______ j massed March 26 to make the j bill the pending Senate business. Philo Boys Missing    Senate    maneuvers    on the New Philadelphia police Sun- mea8uJr* bcRan Ma"'h » wh™ lt day received a report that 2 amv,d ,n the ff"ate a,'er teenage boys are missing from "ou!e Passa*e’ A thou«h 11 their homes. They are; Kidd    “    °'    a ,,r*J.ot Undar w‘ „    .    f ut _ promptly, the bdl wasn t Green Jr., 14, of Winspear ..    J  _51-    .    ria Iv tru» rtonHinn Trailer Ct., and Walter Wallace, 16, of 138 Clay St. SE. They reportedly had about $5 between them. the *y officially the pending Senate business until a 67-17 vote to make it such was attained March 26. See CR, Rage 2 Around The World .......... 8    ‘‘8uPe™)r” (I); “excellent” (II); Dhia Lions Clubs will be Wred-1 Deair Abby .................... 19    and nesday from I to 5 p m. on the Doctor Crane ................ 19    P«ar (V), according to the main floor of Union Hospital. Doctor Writes ................ 19    school grades of the students The second clinic will be May Goren On Bridge ............ 17    participating. 27 at the same time and place. Horoscope ................ 17    Receiving “superiors from Committee representatives are Hospital News ............... 8    Dover were:    Linda McIntosh, j Frank W Brechbiel and Fled Obituaries ................... 2    violin solo; Salley Bowers, viola Cooper of Dover and James R imports .................. 13    &    14    J    solo;    Sally    Beu,    cello    solo;    Cher- Yelverton and Hugh Nims an Television  ............. 6    yl Eichel, clarinet; See PUPILS, Page ll Susan of New Philadelphia. Women*# Pages ......... IO    &    ll    Schneider,    flute;    David    Bird, DAY BRIGHTENER Many children are these days because won’t spank grandma. spoiled parents Volunteer firemen from Zoar and Bolivar pour water into the burning Garber home, which was recently remodeled. Chase Ends Up In Court A Strasburg area youth, who for assistance. Miller continued said he figured Dover police the chase by turning up and were going to cite him for1 down 5th St., Wabash and Un-“peeling rubber" was arrested ion Aves, where he pulled in yesterday after leading Dover front of another car, almost and New Philadelphia policemen causing an accident, police said. on a wild chase through both    Dover police followed Miller cities.    as he went through a red light Dover police observed Larry on Union Ave., picked up speed E. Miller, 20, of RD I, Stras- and then turned into the Mel burg, traveling at a high rate!Thompson residence at 406 Un-of speed on the Boulevard ion Ave. in a final attempt to toward New Philadelphia. They elude police, followed him onto 4th St. in    However, his car was seen New Philadolpha where Millet by police and Miller was re-then turned onto    Carrie Ave.    J turned to the station where    he Miller immediately turned on* was charged with unsafe opera-to Kaderly Ave. and a block lion and ordered to appear heister, pulled onto Chauncey Ave. (fore Mayor C Le Moyne Luthy as Dover police pursued him on May 25, after posting a bond with their red flasher and siren of $56.20. According to po-°n-    lice, there was a passenger    in By this    time    New Philadel-    the car. Sue Schupbach, 20,    of police    ibid beta *uum*utul    HJJ 4 Du hic. ;

  • Armand Houk
  • Austa Brady
  • Carl Alfano
  • Charles Hook
  • Cliff Lunden
  • Clyde L. Thomas
  • David Bonnie Campbell
  • E. Miller
  • Edwin B. Haakinson
  • Frank W Brechbiel
  • Garber Chestnut St.
  • Gary M. Justice
  • George Demis
  • Glenn Heck
  • Harlan Spies
  • Harold Gortney
  • Harold Lad
  • Homer Bitikofer
  • Hugh Nims
  • Jo Barken
  • John Satula
  • Joseph Warner
  • Judith Becker
  • Linda Mcintosh
  • Lois Knittlc
  • Max Springer
  • Mike Mansfield
  • Moyne Luthy
  • Patricia J. Bair
  • Peggy Klingensmith
  • Richard Shonk
  • Robert Baum
  • Russell B. Strite
  • Salley Bowers
  • Sally Beu
  • Samuel Baio
  • Ted Un
  • Thomas Brady
  • Vera Jo Bar
  • Vernon J. Sherer
  • William Dover

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Publication: Dover Daily Reporter

Location: Dover, Ohio

Issue Date: May 11, 1964

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