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Dover Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - June 15, 1964, Dover, Ohio Don't Miss The Around The World News Capsules The Daily Reporter HOME EDITION VOL. 60. NO. 286.    20    PAGES. Largest Circulation In Tuscarawas County Dover-New Philadelphia, Ohio, Monday, June 15, 1964 Serving Over 11,000 Familfei PHONE 4-2167 7 CENTSGreen Gable Complex To Boom County Economy Country Aire Development will include: (I)—A new Standard Oil Co. service station (the 2-story Court Decrees Revamping Of State Setups WASHINGTON (AP) — A wholesale and historic revamping of state legislatures was decreed today by the Supreme Court. The tribunal ruled that the seats in both houses of state legislatures “must be apportioned on a population basis.” This spells turmoil in most of the states because a majority of state legislatures are not so apportioned. It also means vastly increased powers for city and suburban residents — especially suburbanites — as against their country cousins, who have been in control of legislatures across the country. Court tests involving the representation balance of one or both houses of legislatures are under way in a number of states. In one of them, New Jersey, attorney David Friedland whose suit is pending before the State Supreme Court, commented today that th£ Supreme Court decision could produce “the most dramatic change in state government in a hundred years.” The court ruled initially in three appeals from Alabama, and then went on to: Pronounce unconstitutional the present legislative apportionment system of New York State. Weathervane SATURDAY High 90    Low 70 YESTERDAY High 84    Low    65 Elsewhere In U.S. High Low Pr. Albuquerque, clear. 94 60    .. Chicago, cloudy .... 83 Cleveland, cloudy .. 79 Los Angeles, cloudy 77 Miami, cloudy  84 New York, cloudy .. 91 Pittsburgh, cloudy . 83 St. Louis, clear .... 87 San Fran., cloudy . 60 Washington, cloudv. 92 TODAY 7 a.rn............... RAINFALL Last 48 hours 1.56 inches TOMORROW Sunrise............4:53 Sunset.............8:00 High 78    Low 68 Forecast: Fair and cooler. frame already has been razed); (2)—A 80-100 unit Howard Johnson Motor Lodge; (3)—A Cape Cod realty office for Country Aire; (4)—A $275,000 building to house Humphries Trucks Inc., and (5)—A 62 68 59 80 68 68 70 53 73 70 .18 .17 .09 .60 Police Handle Assault Cases Over Weekend i Dover police handled 3 assault j and battery cases over the weekend, with one man being fined, another being picked up on a capias and the other being turned over to Northern District County Court. Calvin Walker, 39, of 315 Broad St., Dover, was fined Declare that neither house of WI.20 by Mayor C. LeMoyne Lu-the Maryland Legislature “even ^y this morning, with $25 sus-after the 1962 legislation reap- pended on the condition that portioning the House of Dele- Walker not appear in his court within a one year period. Multi-Business Area Is Planned By James Davis Daily Reporter City Editor Tuscarawas County’s economic boom, signs of which have been increasing regularly within the last year, was given another solid nudge today with announcement of a multi-million-dollar complex scheduled for the Green Gable Interchange area of Interstate 77. “Interchange-urbia,” a conjured up term to describe the commercial, industrial and residential growth around interchanges of the new superhighways, will be the first for this area. Today’s dual announcement from Harry Humphries, New Philadelphia Ford dealer, and Theodore Breyer of the Country Aire Development Co. of New Philadelphia shows the following box score: —A $550,000 truck sales and service layout by Humphries, construction of which already has started. ^2) —A new Sohio Service Station, ground for which already has been graded. (3) —Plans by Breyer for a modern office building to house the Country Aire Realty Co. (4). —Negotiations for an 80 to 100-room motel to such an extent that the vice president for Howard Johnson Motor Lodges for the 18 midwestern states has submitted a photograph of a comparable unit and indicated that construction could start a year hence. ^5) —^Negotiations with at least 2 other major oil companies for a choice service station site. (0)—Humphries has purchased an additional 3 acres for expansion or additional facility. (Y) —Preyer is planning to completely renovate the existing Collins Market, which he purchased earlier this year. (8) —Country Aire Realty Co. plans development of a quarter mile stretch fronting existing Route 21 into a commercial tract. Tile over-all benefits of the projects and projected plans, if completed, is incalculable at this time, but new employment, added tax valuation for Dover Township, the New Philadelphia School District and county and economic growth should do for a start. -Humphries- -Breyer- 3-acre plus site for future expansion or a new venture by Harry Humphries. The land in the fore- gorund to Collins Market (far left) is earmarked for commercial development by Country Aire. The largest individually own- Dem Leaders Coniidenf Of CR Passage By JOE HALL WASHINGTON (AP)—Senate Democratic leaders drive this week for passage of the civil rights bill, and so confident are they of victory, they already are turning their attention to other major administration legislation. A tremendous pileup of House-approved measures is awaiting Senate action once the civil rights bill is passed. All sides, including the Southerners who have fought the bill since March 9, concede it will pass this week, with Wednesday or Thursday considered the most likely day. Sen. Barry Coldwater will vote against the measure unless it is materially revised, his campaign manager said Sunday night. Denison Kitchel said Coldwater, Arizona Republican who is seeking the Republican presidential nomination, objects to the bill’s provisions on public See PASSAGE, Page 2 Lodge Denies Reported Viet Nam 'Retirement' SAIGON, South Viet Nam (AP)—U.S. Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge today termed “totally untrue” a Washington report that he was resigning within 30 days. “There is no truth at all in that,” Lodge said through a spokesman. Lodge repeatedly has denied similar reports in the past. On one recent occasion he said “I am not resigning but I don’t plan to stay here the rest of my life, either.” The New York Times had reported that Lodge had asked to be relieved within 30 days for reasons of health. The White House in Washington said President Johnson had received no Letter of resignation. The Columbia Broadcasting System reported from Saigon Scranton Invades Coldwater Areas Bv RICHARD L. GRAVES sKan., and Minneapolis, Minn. SCRANTON, Pa. (AP)—Gov.; Wednesday, he goes to St. William W. Scranton today Louis, Mo., and Denver, Colo., opened a six-state quest for del- and on Saturday he is booked egate support in his bid for the to keynote the Massachusetts Republican presidential nomination. Pennsylvania’s chief executive pointed his campaign westward into regions generally claimed by his No. I opponent, U.S. Sen. Barry Arizona. Scranton, after making a commencement address at Allegheny College, Meadville, Pa., was to go to Des Moines, Iowa, to confer with the Iowa delegation to the national convention. Tuesday he will be at Topeka, that Lodge said the report he had submitted his resignation was “totally untrue.” The American Broadcasting Co. said Lodge, talking Sunday night in Saigon with ABC cor-res|xindent Charles ,P. .Arnot, denied published reports that he was returning to the United States before the Republican See LODGE, Page 6 Dover Youth Changes Plea In Fatality James J. Filer, 18, of 327 W. 9th St., Dover, changed his plea today to “guilty” in connection with the manslaughter charge evolving from the death of Edward C. Peacock, 77. veteran New Philadelphia taxi-driver, last Feb. 24, Filer, who had been indicted secretly by the April Grand Ted Breyer can be likened to ed truck sales and service set- a poker player with an ace-high gates, is apportioned sufficient-1d ,"1'    "L*j,nfi    'up    in    the    midwest    will open royal flush in a game with no after his wife claimed that he at ,hc Gn?n ,(jablc interchange betting limit and ad other play- ly on a population basis to be constitutionally sustainable.” Sept. I—if Harry Humphries ers having 4 of a kind. He has been involved in r^al estate development the last sev- ware Legislature must be reapportioned along population lines. The basic ruling, which will have incalculable effects on American politics, was read by See COURT DECREE, Page 2 County Road Pay Session Set Tuesday I started last week by Gundy Con-jeral years and has been riding on the IS 77 project since it started here 3 years ago. The ride is just beginning. Breyer owned and still owns property needed for, or adjoining, IS 77.    3 He sold Humphries Ford the 4 acres for the truck facility the building,    I and    the additional 3 for expanequipment and    j sjon    on {jje east side of Route J21, just south of “the nob.” The new corporation, separ- He sold one acre to Standard ate and distinct from Harry Oil Co. for a service station to Humphries Ford Inc., was form-1 be built on the west side of ed last week and will have the Route 21 atop the nob. The Ocheltree,    35,    of    1007    franchise    for    Ford’s Super-Duty    old    John Hinig home already St.,    SW,    New    Philadel-    trucks    in    Tuscarawas, Carroll,    has    been razed at the site. and Guernsey coun- At present Breyer is negotiating with Arthur Kroog of Cleve-meanjland, a vice president for How- for new facility will Ruled that neither of the;had hi* her Wlth a" iron. He. houses of the Virginia General was -’ailed when he failed to post    .\    .    J    p    . a . y jioufyco oi Ult VII guiia tumid!    -    I    !    Artnnl    ennstrnrtinn    work    was Assembly is apportioned suffi- J $31.20 appearance bond. gently on a population basis to David R. Emery 25, of Min-, struction Co. on „ $275 000 L. be constitutional.    erat    City was picked up by vil- s(| d steel strand structure to «. ,Pv A    TYdoc's,1onllase poi'cc.    Sunda,y    a‘ 9:30 be erected on 3.75 acres on the ho* hftuses of lhe Doia-1 a.m. and turned over to Dover    jde    f    ^    Route    21. police on a charge filed by his .    . , .    ,    ,,    T • f , i i.    Ai just below the    nob    at    the    In- wife, who claims she was beat-1:    , en by him Sunday about 12:501 erc an£e* a.m., at 878 Bellevue Ave., the! Come SePt- Harry Humph- home of Mr. and Mrs. Homer tries Trucks Inc. will have $550,- Emery.    I    OOO invested in Emery posted a $56.20 ap- truck service pearance bond and was releas- j parts. ed. However, he is now being sought on a capias warrant out of Dover Mayor’s Court for an unpaid traffic fine Doy Front phia, pleaded not guilty in j Coshocton Northern District County Court dies. County Engineer Charles this morning on a charge of: Young today announced he assault and battery filed by hist The would meet with officials of Lo- wife. Judge Charles Eckert sec an additional ll employes and ard Johnson Motor Lodges cal 195 at 2 p.m. Tuesday for bond at $200 and Ocheltree was further discussion on wages and j released on his own recogni-a new contract for the County j zance. Road and Bridge Department workers. Young said he had been told unofficially that the union, which is a, member of the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employes AFL-CIO would reject his latest offer of an average raising of pay of 20 to 30 cents an hour covering the period of July 6 to Oct. 15. The engineer said • he would not disclose his next move or offer until tomorrow’s meeting. Negotiations have been underway since March I, reaching something of an impasse May 39 when Young refused the 50-cent per hour across the board raise sought by the union, and likewise refused to negotiate unless the union was represented by some labor ‘official who is a resident of Tuscarawas County. Ste HUMPHRIES, Page 9 See BREYER, Page 9 Stolen Auto Wrecked In Dover Chase A high-speed chase by Dover police Saturday night ended at 5-Points in New Philadelphia when the fleeing motorist crashed a stolen car into a parked truck and beer cooler. The driver, presumably a juvenile, fled on foot and has not been found. A passenger. 13-year-old Frank Lima of Mentor, was apprehended and turned over to juvenile officers. The chase began about 5:58 p.m. when officers tried to stop j today in Union Hospital follow-the car on E. Front St. after    . . _ ~ receiving a report 2 boys were looking for work to get gas for a trip to West Virginia. COP convention. Aides said (here was a possibility other states would be included on the week’s tour. Scranton said he would speak every day this week, unless the Coldwater of work of the Pennsylvania Leg-,. ... ,    ,    , islature prevents it.    !Jury; fdl'd a pr,"r 'TY'/Y He has admitted he slar(ed | on May 8. Ile was scheduled for late in the campaign and has a long, uphill fight. But, he has said, “I am a good, hard, fast runner.” Scranton’s aides contend the See SCRANTON, Page 6 PATROL CHECKS 8 ACCIDENTS Crash Hospitalizes Sugarcreek Driver State patrolmen were kept busy over the weekend, investigating 8 area auto accidents. John St&venson, 30, of RI) I, Sugarcreek, is reported “fair cerebral concussion and scalp laceration. Officers, who received a report on the mishap several hours after it occurred, cited Stevenson for reckless operation. a jury trial today. The youth’s attorney, Joseph Streb, told Common Pleas Judge J. IL I ..amneck today that his client was changing his plea with the request that he be placed on probation. The judge ordered a probation investigation and continued bond. The incident occurred last Dec. 7 when a car driven by Filer struck Peacock, who was crossing E. 3rd St. at Tuscarawas Ave. Peacock was hospitalized with a broken pelvis and internal injuries and died Feb. 24 in Union Hospital. Filer was fined $ 16.20 by Mayor C. LeMoyne Luthy for failure to yield the right-of-way to a pedestrian, with $5 suspended. The car was chased to N. Tuscarawas and then into New Phil adelphia at speeds up to 90 miles hospital in a Lingier Funeral mg a one-car crash at 8 Saturday night on Township Road 336, southeast of Sugarcreek. Patrolmen said the man'* car    .    . went off the roadway and hit!Sunday n,«ht- “ vehicle driven a free. Stevenson, taken to the by Richard L. Schaar, 20, of Iii a mishap on County Road 64, south of Midvale, at 4:30 an hour. The auto then went out of control and hit the truck and cooler, both owned by Oliver Maurer of 514 Wooster Ave., Dover. The car, it was learned later, had been stolen at Mentor. Lima was turned over to Mentor pollee yesterday. Home ambulance, suffered a ON THE INSIDE Around Tile World Dear Abby ........ Dr. Alverez Reports Bicycle Theft Mrs. Wayne Harrington of 306 Hospital News lith St. NYV, told New Philadel-1 obituaries _____ phia police Saturday morning Sports ......... that a bicycle had been stolen Television ..... from her residence.    I    Women's    Pages Dundee, struck the rear of a boat and trailer being towed by Arthur Fisher. 37, of Canton, who had signaled for a turn on [Township Road 286. Considera-31 hie damage was reported. a A passenger, Kathleen Schaar, 19    19, of Dundee, suffered a lac- 19    oration above her eye and was Dr.    Crane ............... 19    released following treatment in Goren    On Bridge . . . . . . . . . . .17    j Union Hospital. Schaar was cit- ; Horoscope 13 & 17led for failing to stop within the ti assured clear distance. Carl E. Fields, 27, of Canton, See 8 ACCIDENTS, Page 6 IO & i ‘ ii**. efU-J MOI Mi OH m$tmMmim9 MMM MM Mi im Mi tm mm i i I ■ I MN Mi MM MU i j L This is the architect's drawing of the new $275,000 Harry Humphries Trucks Inc, building. Sugarcreek Is Flooded No major damage resulted from yesterday’s rain, lightning and thunderstorm, but several homes in Sugarcreek have flooded basements from a cloudburst there which durned 4 inches of rain in 4 hours Sunday. Sugarcreek Fire Chief W. L. Beechey reported that the department was kept busy until early this morning pumping inundated basements. Power to the entire community was off for a 20-minute period. Main St. was flooded curb to curb. Scattered outages of power and telephone service were reported bv officials of the Ohio Power Co. and General Telephone Co. Dover Woman Faces Charge Elsie W. Badgett of 108 F. 2nd St., Dover, will appear before New Philadelphia Mayor Joseph Pritz at 3:30 Tuesday afternoon for a hearing on a disorderly conduct charge filed by }>olice as a result of a Saturday night incident at Barney’s Tavern on Ashwood Lane NE. The woman, jailed following the disturbance, pleaded guilty at arraignment this morning. Mayor Pritz indicated he wanted to talk to the arresting officer before disposing of the case. The woman reportedly used profane language to officers when they arrived at the bar. Judge Suspends Fine lf Countian Joins AA James Taylor of Uhrichsville had $90 of a $100 fine suspended by Central County Court Judge Clarence Ferrell Saturday on condition he join Alcoholics Anonymous. Taylor was charged recently with intoxication by deputies. DAY BRIGHTENER All marriages are happy—it’ the living together afterwar* that causes the trouble. ;

  • Arthur Kroog
  • Barry Arizona
  • C. Lemoyne Luthy
  • Calvin Walker
  • Carl E. Fields
  • Charles Eckert
  • David Friedland
  • David R. Emery
  • Denison Kitchel
  • Harry Humph
  • Harry Humphries
  • Henry Cabot
  • Howard Johnson
  • James Taylor
  • John Hinig
  • Joseph Pritz
  • Joseph Streb
  • Kathleen Schaar
  • Oliver Maurer
  • Richard L. Graves Skan.
  • Richard L. Schaar
  • Ted Breyer
  • Theodore Breyer
  • W. L. Beechey
  • William W. Scranton

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Publication: Dover Daily Reporter

Location: Dover, Ohio

Issue Date: June 15, 1964

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