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Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - May 25, 1964, Dover, Ohio Around EWorld Cap largest Circnlation In Tnsfarawas County DoverNew May i HOME EDITION Servlnfl Fa mil PHONE 44167 Fans Hundreds Die In Stampede Jim Miller Gets Cage Post Jim a member if the Dover High School coaching for the past 7 was named today as head basketball Miller succeeds Jack who resigned recently to accept a similar position at East Palestine High where he began his coaching career in who has been involved in freshman and reserve basket ball activities 6 was picked from more than 60 who applied for the He was one of 12 finally screened for the A 1949 graduate of Bowles burg High in and a 1953 graduate of Fairmont State College in Fair Miller came to Dover in 1957 after a 2year hitch with the Army Sig Jim MiUer Soccer Match Verdict Fires Peru Tragedy Peru stam pede of spectators in a Lima sports stadium after po ice fired tear gas at lioting occer fans left hundreds dead oday in possibly the worst ports disaster in Authorities still were unable o come up with an official count of victims in S County Road Union Rejects Latest Offer nal Corps and a 2year tenure as head basketball coach at Bremen south of Lancas Married to the former Sara Jane Seccure and the father of 2 and Miller has outstand ing records in both basketball and At his 195556 bas ketball squad was 156 and his 195657 combine won 14 of Taking over as Dover freshman coach in that years team was Moved up to re serve boss the following his teams were 162 end Last year he guided the freshman to a 104 This gives him a 10637 In Miller has had equally fine his teams See Page 18 Yockey Named Vice President Of AP Editors Harry editor of The Daily was elected vice president of the Associat ed Press Society of Ohio dur ing its semiannual weekend meeting at He suc ceeds Ben execu tive editor of the Akron Beacon who was named presi Gene city editor of the Columbus was re elected and Alva chief of the Ohio AP became Ralph managing edi tor of the Cincinnati succeeds Yockey as Charles Reamer of the Athens Messenger is the retiring presi Yesterday the editors were told the split between the Chi nese end Soviet Communists is the most important develop ment of the cold war in the last Tuscarawas County Road and Bridge Workers Local American Federation of County and Municipal has rejected County Engineer Charles Youngs pro osed job classification and pay schedule and asked for a flat 50 cent per hour acrosstheboard pay Acting Local President Clyde Saturday handed Young a etter dated May advising lim of the unions action at its meeting last together with William and Floyd un secretary and had already indicated the Locals ac tion last Tuesday in a meeting with Young and their organizer Carl Holt of Laws letter also informed the county engineer that the union lad voted to accept the work ng agreement with the changes which had been discussed with lim at the afternoon meeting in he One additional clause was added Dismissal and suspension shall be accord ng to civil service on April proposed 10 job classes based on Civil Service regulations under which he road and bridge workers are Each class would lave 4 pay Pay increas es would range from 2 to 20 cents an William veteran news analyst for the Associated said he cannot see a patch in the SinoSoviet dispute in the near I think the will get much he an expert on Commu Hist believes the split See Page 9 Weathervane SATURDAY High 89 Low 61 TfcSTERDAY High 86 Low 49 Elsewhere In High Low Pr cloudy 94 72 clear 81 54 clear 83 57 Los cloudy 77 61 cloudy 81 New clear 91 70 clear 84 53 clear 83 5 San clear 59 50 cloudy 92 73 row f 58 RAINFALL Last 48 hours inches TOMORROW Sunrise Sunset Titt High 85 Low W Fair and In voting unanimously against his the Local also imitted mention of the job clas dfication which they hid voted or unanimously on M rch In his letter to Law gave 3 reasons for rejecting the jroposed wage the with some employes others likes and other illwill and dissension would result among the work and bridge workers mve not received a pay raise since Ohio Attorney Gen erals opinion of allows county engineer depart ment employes to be paid pre See Page 9 Ruling Given In Coshocton Area Deaths COSHOCTON A ruling of murdersuicide has been given by Coroner Briner in connection with the bizarre deaths of and Richard Carroll of near here last Fri The ruling substantiated re ports given by Sheriff William Hoop that Carroll had shot his wife about Friday morning and later shot himself in his burning The bod ies were found together on a bed in the rubble about 10 Fri day night by Services were to be held to day for the couple at Dawson Funeral Home with Russell Hoy They were to be buried in Canal Lewisville Cem Stone Creek Youth Jailed Roy Jones of Stone was jailed Saturday by Dover police on charges of steal ing parts from a motor vehicle and driving without an oper ators He is to appear before Mayor LeMoyne Lu thy this Police stopped Jones on a rou tine check and discovered that he had only a temporary wicn requires a licensed driv er to be in the Following questioning about one of the license plates which had been seen on the Her bert admitted he had taken the plate from a car parked at Pot schner Ford used car The plate was found under the fron seat of the he told police he did not take tools and an arm which also were taken from the car at days Limas La Prensa said 60 bodies were The newspaper Expresso said 315 were Hundreds were in Many blamed the tear gas for he frantic rush to the and a government aking note of declared It was necessary for the po ice to use tear gas in m at however unfortunately receiving no 2centanhour 20 cents an Garver Miller Garver Miller Is Dead At 50 Garver of Bethes a Strasburg native and recognized died of leuke mia Saturday in Bethesda al Hospital at A son of Herbert and Mary Garver Miller of he was a 1932 graduate of Stras burg High and was also grad uated by the Cleveland School of Art and Cleveland Art Insti Since he has held the position of presentation art edi tor of Research Analysis a nonprofit organization under contract to the Millers paintings have been exhibited at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York the Crambrook Academy in the Cleveland May Show and the Corcoran Gallery See Page 18 2 Bicycle Thefts Reported At Phila Joe Rennicker of 626 High reported to New Philadel phia police Sunday afternoon that a bicycle had been stolen from his Theft of another 2wheeler from Waterworks Field on the Southside was reported Satur day by Rick Sattler of 1166 Tus carawas BirdKiller Will Go A woman on Prospect NW complained to New Philadelphia Saturday that a neigh rs cat has been killing bird in her Officers coutactet the owner who said he woul have the cat taken PARIS men de scribed by police as little1 5angsters are being held in he kidnaping of Marcel wife of a millionaire French warplane who says she wasnt mistreated dur ing 35 hours as a The chief was charming with the 63yearold Paris so cialite said after two gendarmes stumbled onto the kidnapers lideout But they were dangerous to prevent further The government is concerned over the fatal hat originated in a tribal in This was a reference to the act that the riot erupted after a jumped from the grand stand to protest a re erees decision in the soccer game be tween Argentina and The disor ieeply esults eams were meeting f right to play in the witne r the Tokyo ised a The crowd had close contest with neither side able to score in the After 15 minutes in this See Page early final I Assaults On Phila Woman Probed Separate assault incidents on a woman and an 18j earold irl are under investigation by New Philadelphia At Saturday a Hair SW resident said heavybuilt man attack 3d her when she answered tho Police arrived shortly after wards but found no The who fainted while giving police information suffer ed several scratch mar The Fire Department rescue squad was summoned but she had recovered before they An 18yearold Ray girl reported a boy grabbsd her arm at Saturday night in ront of Fisher Shoe Chiei Louis Clark said the girls moth er told him she would filo charg es but had not shown up at Mayors Court this The a reported boy is on Her said she also would con role Officer Hugh Hill ing the Reports HitSkip Charles 3l of ED reported o sher iff deputies Saturday night tha bis auto had been struck by t hitskip motorist at a as sta tion on Route east of Den the car was to be a 195455 Oldsmobile mother act Pa GENDARMES STUMBLE ONTO HIDEOUT French Kidnaping Is ShortLived Laos Neutrals Seek Way Out From Red Trap By ANTOINE YARED Laos Surrounded neutralist forces were trying to fight their way out of a Communist trap today after being routed from a stronghold on the northwestern fringes of the Plaine des The Defense Ministry said about neutralist troops and 23 tanks were driven from Muong Kheung Sunday and were cut off by a larger Com munist force in their attempt to retreat to Muong nine miles A communique said Muong headquarters of neu tralist armored fell in pincer attacked from east and west after 12 hours of heavy fighting inflicted heavy casual ties to the No details of losses were The neutralist tank units were surrounded by about Com munist troops less than halfway to Muong The communique said the Red force consisted of one battalion of Pathet Lao and three bat talions of North Vietnamese sol Muong an old monastery town on the main eastwest highway through northcentral is a few miles north oi the main neutralist force at Ban Kong the neutral See Page 2 n prostitution and other under world were being uestioned A search continued for a Alexanders Arraignment Slated Today Sandy 33 of Wardell was to be arraigned this after noon in Southern District County Court on an assault and battery charge filed by the Sheriffs He is charged with the early Friday morning attack on Otis a who was struck with a miners is on parole for the June shotgun slaying of Alex anders Elmer Bunk Alexander told Chief Deputy John Barlock that he hit Brown following an argument in which Brown kept saying he was go ing to get a The pick stabbing took place in the kitch en of the Brown MORRISON IS CRASH VICTIM New Orleans Plans Special Tribute For Former Mayor By BEN THOMAS NEW La This historic city paused in sor row today to pay tribute to rteLesseps who achieved success in di ploraacy and Hi f His broken in crash in Mexicos Tamaulipas Mountains last Friday will lie in state for 24 hours ii his old office in Gallier for mer city hall where had served many of his as 52 bis youngest son 7 md five John other persons which perishej n report a plane Morrison 15 years the oc curred during a winding rain An Air Force Albatross land ed at nearby Alvin Callenda Naval Air Station Sunday wit the flagdraped coffins of th seven who resigned year ago as ambassador t the Organization of America States to make his third try fo will be buried wit full military He was major general in the Arm Others lulled were Ovide J of presiden of a towing company Raleig of Cenac employe Hugh th an Carolyn and he See Patfe 18 who had belted ne of the kidnapers in the tomach with her said ic men provided her with cov rs during a chilly night rought her grilled steak oiled potatoes when she lained of being The three said olice to have been mixed and and corn by up fourth Dassault was freed when two village partici pating in a check of farms and summer cottages north of Paris shouted Is anyone here out side an abandonedlooking farm They broke in when a woman voice Dont A gunman meekly hand ed over his pistol and said some friends offered him a little mon ey to guard a He was Mathieu a bar of the French island of The second man Pi erreGabriel a na tive of was grabbed by police who waited for someone to return to the His broth Gaston who po lice said once operated an Al giers was caught by motorcycle policemen who saw him running across a Marcel Dassault is reunited with her husband after being found safe in an abandoned farmhouse about 30 miles north of Paris following her kidnap Saturday by 2 hooded gunmen in front of the Dassault home on the edge of AP Supreme Court Orders Virginia County To Reopen School Doors WASHINGTON AP The upreme Court ordered Prince Sdward today to eopen its public schools on a desegregated basis by next County education officials closed the schools in 1959 to avoid courtordered admission of The Prince Edward racial controversy has been fought in state and federal courts since It was one of the or iginal school desegregation cases decided by the Supreme Court on May Justice Hugo Black deliv ered the courts main opinion Justices Tom Clark and John Harlan noted they agreed with the reasoning in Blacks but disagreed with the holding that federal courts are empowered to order reopening ercise the power that is theirs o levy taxes to raise funds ad equate to and maintain without racial dis crimination to public school system in Prince Edward Coun ty like that operated in other counties in Black added If it be comes necessary to add new parties to the lengthy litiga ion to accomplish the purpose ordered the federal court n Virginia is free to do The District Court in Black has power of the county Black said the case would go back to District Court in Virginia with directions to en ter a decree which will guaran tee that these petitioners Ne gro students will get the kind of education that is given in the states public He declared that the federal district court in Virginia may if necessary to prevent further racial require the county supervisors to ex ON THE INSIDE Around The World 18 Dear Abby 23 Alvarez 25 25 Gorep On Bridge 23 Hospital News 18 Obituaries Sports 13 14 Television 15 Womens Pages 10 11 Your Horoscope 33 to order the public schools op ened if such an order is re quired to assure these petition ers Negro students that their constitutional rights will no longer be denied The time for mere deliber ate speed has run out and that phrase can no longer justify denying these Prince Edward County school children their constitutional rights to an edu cation equal to that afforded by the public schools in other part of Black See SUPREME Page U Goodwill Industries Slates Phila Branch Plans were revealed today to begin operation of a Goodwill In dustries and Rehabilitation Clin ic in the Burry Building on the square at New be ginning with interviews of handi capped persons desiring employ ment at 10 Friday at that Bryce Nichols of director of regional progress of Goodwill and Bert Koehler of 726 High New appeared be fore the Community Improve ment this morning and were granted a allowance to pay the first 2 months rent on the Plans call for renovation and painting of the which will ultimately be used to e ploy handicapped labor to re build donated articles for sale on the main Following a successful record of training and placing handi capped persons in the organization will provide a need ed service for the 2 per cent handicapped population of Tus carawas Nichols stated the goal Is to be about 80 per cent supporting the first year and ul timately more than 90 per cent A 15raember lo cal advisory board will be form ed to assist in The new office and store will be managed by former manager of the Lima Goodwill Anyone wishing ad ditional information may call him at Jailed For NonSupport Joseph of RD has been jailed by sheriff deputies on a nonsupport warrant filed in Southern trict County DAY BRIGHTENER Proud exhibiting baby to friends Hes doing fine ao4 eating solids now and
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