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   Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - July 28, 1964, Dover, Ohio                                Sefwal fiftai wlifeli toekt cat last night at 750 jrMrtrii attended trie dance at Dmw City Park MM ftstiltet in indefinite suspension ef the Monday and ThtiMday night n Recreation Director Dale Swinderman announced City Park Dances Canceled took 3 youths to City Hall for One was CountyWide Photo And News Coverage It A 24Hour A Day Job VOL 20 from another from Navarce and the thifd one They lalet were Mayef who was called te the scene along with 2 fjeliee expressed the opinion this morning it might be possible to continue the He planned to meet with the Teen Council this A fight developed shortly after 9 between several Swinderman managed to stop it and was talking with the youths when another one broke out between an towner and a New Philadelphia Approximately 70 gathered around the battlers before the fight was broken Thats the last Swindefman announced and mediately stopped the a half hour earlier than The which started 4 years attract youths a number of towns in this Including Canton and There have been a number of instances of property shooting of accidents and rowdyfsM but many of the problems were ironed Sec Page it Largest Circulation In tearawas County July 1964 REPORTER HOME EDITION Serving Over Fomtlltt PHONE 42167 7 CENTS City Council At Phila Runs Into Storms New Philadelphia City Council ran into issues as hot asthe cityhall chambers during its meeting last Councilmen finally disappeared into a closed session to try to lolve the 2 hottest problems they had failed to handle during the public angle parking should be returned to the down town area and action Council should take on the request of Clar ence Farbizo of 412 Chauncey NW to rezone 6 lots on Kaderly NW from residential to Members of the press were barred from the private ses sions by Council President Wil liam Hinig because Councilman Paul Young strongly protested their Councilman Jbhn Stratton met Board Favors RezoningFor Farbizo Lots New Philadelphias 5member Planning Board and 2 of the 3 member Zoning Board of Appeal met in joint session at 4 yesterday to consider recom mendations to be made to coun ci on rezoning part of Kaderly With Becker abstain ing because of interest in the area to be the Plan ning Board voted 2 in favor of rezoning Clarence Farbizos 6 lots from residential to busi ness and 2 voted against Favoring the rezoning were Mayor Pritz and Service Direc tor William Against it were Richard Rea and Quay Harry a member of the Zoning Appeals vot ed for the rezoning and Aaron Funk voted against with the stipulation that he favors rezon ing the entire west side of Ka derly Anola to Chaun cey from residential to The entire tract includes the disputed 6 Farbizo lots and 9 other Farbizo requested the action See Page 11 Construction Is Started On Josephs Construction work began this inorning at the site of the Josephs Church on Tusca rawas even before the contracts have been completely drawn Bids were let by Columbus Piocese officials to local con Raeder of Do ver submitted the base bid of for general construction and began work today clearing the Other bidders were Gundy Construction of New Philadelphia and Hinson and of The plumbing and heating contract went to Soehnlen Pip Ing of Dover on a bid pf Plumbing Contractors Supply of Pover was the other Horn EJestris of Paver was low for the electric work with a bid of Other bid ders were Frank trie of New end Edwards Electric The total of the bass bids is 9Ad MarcelJus Ideal estimate fM figure may IIZ5JPJ with sufb as architects fees mi si FT Uopss will bj ifl 3 yeai to 18 WQAtb OffiegS raoms in ihs immediate opposition when he introduced the recommendation of a special parking committee that 45degree pngle parking be restored to c 9 side of North and South and East and West High off the pub lic Councilman Ray Morrison im mediately moved that the rec ommendation be and his motion carried on a 43 with only Corner Watkins and TedRiCker backing Stratton told Council the rec ommendation was made after 250 hours of study made by the parking committee comprised of Young who voted against Mayor Joe Safety Director Joseph Frenzel and representatives of the downtown A visit to 5 cities North Tiffin and Hartville Philadelphia was losing large amounts of revenue simply be cause it had only466 metered parking Angle parking on one side would mean thejoss of in 5 years through nonparticipa lion in state because the reduction of traffic lanes to feet would not meet with safety Stratton the additional parking spaces made possible by angle park ing would provide an estimated in added plus the convenience of easy park A poll of most downtown mer chants and Strat ton showed 49 in favor of angle parallel 23 op See PHILA Page 6 Joseph Cox Joseph Retired Dover Dies of 318 Cross jewelry pgh died ia UnM BaspitiJ been g patient siijce A reiirgd swploys oj HerfJcxaes kg feftd representa tive tor i3 sale of tu ry yj this om NOT THE SQUARE NEEDLE A dog owned by Wylie Glidden of Zoarville appears to be concern ed only with the weather as Elden Krantz of Dover administers antirabies The along several thousand will begiven the mandatory shots this week a 17 clinics set up by the County Health Department to combat an out break of This photo was taken at the Mineral City clinic yesterday The Dover clinic will be held Wednesday from 2 to at the A fee is being charged veterinarians Cat And Dog Will Undergo Rabies Tests Norman Tuscarawas County will return from the Cuyahoga Falls labo ratory tonight with reports on a dead cat and dog he took there today to be tested for The which bit 10yearold Jeffrey Pealy of 121 Regent on died last night in a wire pen in the Pealy The boy was given a tetanus shot by a physician and treated for a slight infec tion caused by the Health Department officials said today that if the tests show the cat was the boy will undergo a series of 14 to combat the Identified as a Dover police are attempting to locate the owner of the ON THE INSIDI Around The World 11 Dear Abby Alvarez 17 19 Goren On Bridge 19 Home Building 9 Hospital Obituaries 2 13 14 7 Womens Pages 1Q jl Your 17 Weathervane YESTERDAY High 96 Low 66 THE WEATHER ELSEWHERE High Low Pr cloudy 95 69 clear 90 71 Los clear 85 67 82 New clear 89 71 San cloudy 64 59 cloudy 90 75 TODAY 7 RAINFALL Last 24 hours None TOMORROW Sunrise Sunset High 90 Low 70 Forecast Partly scat tered US Will Bolster Viet Nam Forces Major Among 4 Servicemen Killed By Reds By PETER ARNETT Viet Nam AP Communist guerrillas killed four American servicemen to day as the government made plans for a big boost in its military manpower in South Viet One of the dead was an Army shot to death by a Viet Cong platoon in broad daylight in the middle of a Roman Cath olic village 10 miles northwest of Two Army officers and an Air Force man were killed by a mine set off under their jeep they drove in aconvoy of five vehicles on a road 21 miles south of The toll of Americans killed in action in this Communist menaced nation since December 1961 rose to No Vietnamese casualties were reported in the destruction of the Of Vietnamese soldiers accompanying the ma one was one was Names of the Americans were withheld pending notification of their The assigned as a sector advisor in Hau Nghia was driving back to his post from Saigon on a main road normally regarded as un der government He was reported stopped and shot by about 20 blackuni formed Viet Cong riflemen be tween a government military post and the village assembly hall in Tan Phu Nobody tried to A few miles away on the government 12 Vietnamese rangers were killed and 31 were wounded when the Viet Cong exploded seven mines under a The Viet did not follow up the See VIET Page 11 No Place To Get Lost After spending 48 hours on Lake Erie without 2 New Ron Shaffer and Jeff Doyle of 425 Fair lost some of their enthu siasm for fishing and The pair pushed off the Ohio side of the lake Saturday morn ing in a 15foot outboard driven runabout and headed for Point Pelee near They lost their way and Satur day afternoon their gas supply ran After drifting all night they encountered an electrical storm Sunday The SOS signals they sent by flashlight were dismissed as a hoax by residents at Finally on when they came within a mile of Shaffer swam to shore for gaso line and the pair spent the night in If they go fishing in Lake Erie again they have decided to make a compass part of their essential It was kind of fun the first day but come Sunday morning we lost all of our Doyle said after their adventure was UPS AND Temperatures for this area have as many highs and lows as a This shot taken last with the mercury hoveringaround emphazies high up The reading the current hot spell and there is no relief in sightuntil latie Wednesday when the thermometer is expected to dip somewhat be low the 90 Postal Agents On TrailOf Truck Vandals Ranger Shoots Toward Moon By HOWARD BENEDICT CAPE AP ed postal inspectors had been keeping a close watch on the contract mail trucks of Jerry Baker of Bakers 4 trucks are now outofuse after his last one wrecked yesterday morning on County Road west of State who investi gated yesterdays said Charles of Can ton was driving too fast for road conditions and overturned the mail truck as he started into a curve on a hill He was Bakers fourth and last truck in operation was heavily dam Bakers 3 previous trucks had broken down because of possible The incidents have been going on for over a month with the first truck being grounded when someone pulled the grease His second truck became in operative when someone put ac id in a gasoline tank and oil and salt in the Baker has had to replace the trucks motors 3 Last week someone fired a bullet through the right vent of a truck while McLaughlin was making the same mail run to Chicagoan Surprise Choke For Gemini s of go wiU become the first of the to mm the eflfljmajod ia a Qs mm Cspfc Edward White of White The surprise of as 9 mini gfliJlrs msy la mm KH Otfiili Tfef If dsrgl Agf ns y fast 4 wttk arfejJi wife 9 moiifob Jkgy grs Wtot JJ VkM JU Ms day with the mission of taking several thousand closeup photo graphs of areas where Ameri can astronauts may land in An AtlasAgena rocket blast ed into the sky at EST to start the spidery spacecraft on a planned quar termillionmile journey which hopefully will end six years of frustration for moon The great 104 feet tall and weighing 138 spouted a torrent of redorange flame and sent a thunderous roar roll ing across Cape Kennedy as it barreled away from its launch ing The early portion of the flight appeared normal as the big booster pitched over on a south east heading and streaked from sight after about three min If all goes the spacecraft will reach the moon about 8 EST Friday and before Robert Burri Is Dead At 65 Ohio Robert superintend ent of the Ohio Masonic Home here since 1951 and before that a Cleveland died in his home Tuesday He had been in failing health for some In June active in scout ing affairs for 53 had been elected president of the Tecumseh Council of the Boy Scouts of Born in New bje was a Cleveland attorney from to and before taking over the MjsOjqie institution as was serving as com missJoAer of welfare institutions for the city of He is survived by Ms Porothy Winifred Pavid crashing will transmit its pic The National Aeronautics and See Page 2 WANDA WIZI Area Girl Tops 99 Taking Ohio Pharmacy Test Wanda Jean daughter of and Woy Miser of Stone received honors with a grade of pep cent in a recent test given by the State Board of She was one of more than 100 taking the examination and had the highest grade among the 60 who passed A 1959 graduate of Stone Creelj Wanda Jean was ated smnoxa CUxn laude by OMa State University in June an4 is employed by BrseBjjrn MJ Center in While a student ai Ohio she received the Wombs hetoic 4wajd for a perfect grade average fgr if her senior year was 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