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Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - July 22, 1964, Dover, Ohio OM8 young gftf ind a policeman and t legt the if led to sink Tuesday in water and nod in i huge hate that a burst sewer line gouged in a Matte dwifig i heavy MOM than WO I First In Rtacfanhip Pint In Photography Pint In Newi Coverage VOL 50 Street Crater Devours Car At men and volumeen tolled through the night trying to recover bodies of the three and the car in which the girl had Their job was plieated when sell on the sides of the crater kept and a sheetmetal casing was strueted at the scehe to be ired into the hsle by a Water raeifig along sewir line sucked out j hole about 25 feet in diameter and about 40 feet The eavein cut across both eastbound lanes of Tallraadge parkway Ohio 18 on the citys north side and un dermined a third There was a possibility the Victims comd have been washed through the big tile sewir into the Little Cuyahoga River a quarter mile away and dredging was done Missing presumed drowned were Claudia 10 Ronald an Akron policeman for five years and Hugh a Georgetown University more and summer employe at General Tire and Rubber which was founded by his grand William Rescued from the hole before it enlarged and deepened to its present size were Claudias Velma and a neighbor Janet Lew They were hospitalized with Shidler told police she had taken the girls swimming and was driving down the steep hill during the She said she Largest Circulation In Tuscarawas County DoverNew July 1964 REPORTER saw the hole in the tried to swerve her compact but more pavement caved iff under She said she saw Claudia slide through a broken rear window and was unable to grasp her She helped Janet from the car See Page IS HOME EDITION Serving Over Famllltl PHONE 42167 7 CENTS This acrots the front of the Strasburg fire expressed the sentiments of the community to ward its canoe yor John Studer right presents the key to the city Jim Ecenbarget and Bill The trio returned from Board Clarifies Several pertinent questions were rec commendations terday concerning the quarantine and T compulsory im munization of dogs against ra bies by order of the Tuscarawas County Board of Norman said that there has some doubt concerning certain as pects of the quarantine and that the Health Department wished to clear up any points in ques The Board of Health did not set up the quarantine as a pen alty to dog he The law is to protect public health and for the protection of He added that the quarantine Lima Hospital Chief Reports James Moses of RD has been found sane and capable of standing trial by doctors at State He is with seconddegree murder in the bludgeon slaying of bis neigh Milton on A letter from hospital to Common Pleas Judge Lamneek reads He Crago has been ok and examined intensive ly and has received psycbigfaric end psychological examinations sod In our he un derstands the nature of the charges brought against him and can pounsel in his own ds fense to would bj considered Umneek bad ordered Crago to the hospital QQ June 12 foUow mg a pita ol mi gaitty of insanity entered for him et sn arraignment by court ssmssk bo tb of New Pbj CJUei Siierifl fctflosk Crago probably wiJJ bj to bm Um m TJwsdsy trial is nl to all and immunization is for the pur pose of building up a barrier between wildlife and since oVeV half of human expQ sureto rabies comes through Section of the Ohio Re vised which gives the board the authority to establish a makes it manda tory in the judgment of the rabies is prevalent in the health Miller He pointed out that in many cities and health districts throughout the country compul sory immunization County veterinarians did not have any part in making the decision to Miller and the board has no control over prices being charg ed at the immunization clinics in the The price being charged is per Miller said that dog owners take their dogs elsewhere to have them vaccinated at a lower price if they knew of one as long as they obtained an immunization During the quarantine period dogs may be loose but remain on the property of the owner or If the animal leaves the property it is violating the quarantine and the owner is sub ject to the which run as high as and 90 days in turning dogs loose in the county are also in viola tion of the quarantine and sub ject to Since the announcement of the See Fire Damages Welding Rig STRASBURG Damage of to a welding rig owned by Cross Philadelphia was caused when it caught fire Ms while welding was being done on a coal shovel in strip pits on WiUiata HostetLer here Village of tJte Ibj ly In m am Friday 994 ef Strasburg to the 3 Terry Spidell New Orleans Tuesday Ontrary wandered in yes terday to ask whether there were any ordinances or state lawsrequiring those large coal and gravel to cover their loads with a Its downright dangerous to have to tail behind those high way railroad cars with coal or gravel bouncing off or being swept off by low branches along the he or whatever flowers are in should be offered in bouquets to those responsible for the cleanup cartons and cabinets around the north door oh the first floor of the Court why not take along the brooms and too And if the powersthatbe would just use the powers they by state discard the un needed the halls of jus tice and commerce would look much Some folks are wondering why the City of Dover doesnt open Prospect to the shopping a distance of a little more than a They tend this would eliminate some ot the Union traffic and reduce accident Minor Crash Investigated No were issued in i minor accident investigated by Paver yesterday after noon at Shafer and Reeves AYS when a car by James McCrea 21 Karger failed to stop is fecause of wet paveroent and rammed into one by Emest Per toUnL ai UH Kaderly ea received a ewt on the and fitrloM Earl of H Ave Strasburg Boys Given Big Welcome 4f The red carpet treatment was extended full length late yes terday afternoon when the 3 Strasburg canoeists arrived home after triumphantly com pleting their river journey to New And the reception of 350 Stras burg who met the trio at New Philadelphia Air welcome home a memorable The youths Bill Terry and James were escorted from ithe airport to the burg Fire Station by more than 50 the village fire truck and sheriff suntanned and hap 3 were just as healthy and jovial as when they left last June 14 for the 31day journey via Ohio and Mis sissippi We never even had a Malcuit The boys later confessed they wouldnt be making the trip See Page 13 Road Workers Reject Offer County Boad and Bridge De partment employes last night re jected another offer by County Engineer Charles Young on a wage scale and work agree For my this is the last offer to be made until after the Young declared this He had appeared personally before the regular meeting the Road and Bridge Workers Local to explain the policy and the proposed raise in department work were present during tty bQur Yaung Five members left the meeting before tbj union voted on Youngs offer during its regular Young today was tgOT that ite remaining 31 members had voted wMmojjsJy to reject proposal Yoiwg used new to ifl setting yp bis latest pay bikeHe Utfonaed workers that the yicreasjes was offering wouj4 bj Nctown Airs Joining County School System Monday Night Deadline Set For Decision By Sally Duffy Reporter Staff Correspondent NEWCOMERSTOWN Un less the local school system is made a part of the county sys tem Newcomerstown will be by passed in a consolidation pro posal now under Carl Krebs local board repealed that his fel low members are being polled to determine if they favor join ing the county system and en tering into a They have until 7 Mon day to make a the Sa lemWashington school at a special meeting Monday set that deadline for a in dicating an agreement other wise has been reached on a con A resolution passed by the SalemWashington board reads If by 7 Monday the Sa lemWashingtbn Board of Edu cation has not been contacted by the1 Newcomerstown Board that it is desirous of consolida tion then the SalemWash See NCTOWN Page 2 Jack Everhart Gets AAA Post The Tuscarawas County Auto mobile Club board of directors has announced appointment of Jacques Jack Everhart of 429 6th New as club manager to succeed the late Glen Furbay of Everhart has been employed the last 9 years in the sales order department of Greer Steel He will assume his new po sition is a 1944 grad uate of Vernon High and a 1950 graduate of Ohio State He served in the Air Force as an aviation cadet in Everhart is the former Harriet Miskimen and a grad uate of New Philadelphia They have 5 Steven Bradley Gregory Janet and Linda They are members of the Episcopal Church in New Everhart on Monday resigned as chairman of the publican Central Committee to which he had been elected in The auto dub board selected Everhart from among more than 70 What a mess That might well be the thought of a railroad worker as he views the damage caused by a Nickel Plate derailment this morning near Rails were twisted like spaghetti during the 16 Subdivisions Miss Deadline For Budgets County Auditor Donald Kin sey reported tody that his of fice had received 50 out of 66 proposed 1965 budgets from county political The budgets were due in the auditors office Monday but Kin sey waited for a day to make his report in view of some budg ets having been mailed on Mon The budgets must be studied and certified to Budget Com mission by Among the 20 corporations cities and villages submitting 8 failed to make the They were New Port RoS Strasburg and Kinsey said that New Phil adelphia City Auditor Charlotte White has consulted him al times about the but has met delay because of fi nancial problems which thecity has faced since the beginning Of the Four out of 20 townships still must file their proposed budg They are ferson and New Stone CreekJefferson and Union are the 3 out of 16 county school districts which have not mitted their Qaly Dover aM Sugarcreek ShaAesvUle remains among the countys libraries which aot Kinsey said this morning that there is actually penalty at taejtal to faiiwre to sujbjaij by July 2J Howev should the budgets aot received by thj Stf4 Commission is prepared to con sider the individual it could act on its own in set ting the 1965 budget for a sub division and even refuse to set such a The auditor said today the Commission hearings probably will take place some time in Weaihervane YESTERDAY High 90 Low 64 Elsewhere In High Low Pr cloudy 93 66 cloudy 85 73 clear 63 clear 57 cloudy 54 clear 74 New cloudy 85 72 cloudy 104 86 Salt clear 98 70 cloudy 94 77 TODAY 7 RAINFALL Last 24 hours inch TOMORROW Sunrise Sunset High 92 Imi 70 Forecast Warm and DAY BRIOHTBNER Will power is mm not ijg bis wife why shes 10 Cars Leave Rail Track In Bolivar Area A 66car freight train running on the Nickel Plate Line from Brewster to piled up this morning at at the crossing on County 102 near Railroad officials were con tinuing investigation of the wreck which derailed 10 cars and tore up approximately 5Q yards of Traffic wai blocked at the crossing almost the entire morning and electric and telephone lines were torn Most of the wrecked cars were overturned and the stel rails on the track were wound in and out of the road officials declined to mate the damage and the caust of the Engineer of the which had a Pennsylvania was Dison and the conductor was Frank both of ON THE INSIDE Around The World i Pear Abby Alvareg Crane Hospital 13 Obituaries j 4 s Page al Fulton ArenaSpreads Broadway Theater Worfcf See Page 24
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