Dover Daily Reporter, August 18, 1964

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August 18, 1964

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Dover Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - August 18, 1964, Dover, Ohio Tuscarawas Included In New 5-County Wildlife Unit — See Page ll The Reporter • . . First To Respond ... First To Serve Your CommunityThe Daily Reporter HOME EDITION VOL. 61. NO. 32. IS PAGES. Largest Circulation In Tuscarawas County Dover-New Philadelphia, Ohio, Tuesday, August 18, 1964 Serving Over 11,000 Families PHONE 4-2167    7    CENTS New Service For Readers L    '    '    I. The Daily Reporter today provides its readers with an additional news service in the highly-regarded Congressional Quarterly. The first article, dealing with the Democratic platform, appears on Page 4. The Congressional Quarterly Service specializes in timely, exclusive stories which will provide Daily Reporter readers with factual information on national and world happenings. The Congressional Quarterly is particularly recognized for searching out details on timely topics. Tile addition of this service is part of The Daily Reporter'* continuing effort to give its readers the most complete and formative newspaper available. COUNTY MARKS MTH FATALITY in- 132 Vandalism Cases Reported In Last 6 Months (Editor's Note: This is the second article in a series on extreme vandalism in Tuscarawas County, which has prompt BULLETIN Tuscarawas County recorded its 14th traffic fatality of the year shortly before noon today when a semi-rig collided nearly headon with a sports car on Route 250, south of Brightwood. Dead is Orville F. Taylor, 27, of 213 Welch St., Dennison, whose body was still pinned in his crushed Corvette at 12:30. State patrolmen said Taylor was headed South on Route 250 and the loaded coal truck, driven north by Bruce Wade of RD I, New Philadelphia, turned into the Motor Freight Co. yard in front of Taylor. Ile was an employe at Gooding’s IGA Foodliner. His wife, Betty, operates a beauty shop iii Dennison. HAREM FOR $50,000. — Mrs. Keating Plans independent' New York Run er, because its jurisdiction is much wider. “These 132 cases do not represent all the incidents in our cd The Daily Reporter to post area,” the chiefs of these deft $250 reward for the arrest and partments will tell you. “There conviction of those responsible.) are many acts of vandalism ———~    which    are never reported” By Joe Woerdeman    And    0f course the total* does Daily Reporter Staff Writer not include cases in other cities t Tandalism is a community and villages within the county a*r i Miller" 23~ ea r-o Id Day-' problem.    which have «** own    mn    divorcee,    is    making    a    bid Vandalism, as police handle    Bu, of    mentioned it. means: ‘ The wilful or malic-    above, only a few cases have ious destruction, injury, disfig-    been solved, and the offenders urement or defacement of prop- DUni.shed    .. ,    ..    .    .    1nco     v    —    ..... erty without consent of the own-    Deputy Chief John Barlock    I    election    to    a    second term. cr or person having custody or    coujd tick off but 5 of the 62    —and he dl(1n 1 uanl an- aaai i    beating,    who    has    exm control.”    compaints handled by the Sher- In the last 6 months. 37 com- iff’s Office in which the eul-plamts of such alleged vandal- pnts were found. Dover Chief ism have been filed with the Garrison Groh could remember Dover Police Department. The 2 out of the 37 cases in his de-New’ Philadelphia police “blot- payment. New Philadelphia’s ter” reports 33 cases. The 62 chief. Louis Clark, said only a total recorded in the Sheriff’s few of the 33 complaints lodged Office is understandably high- S«> VANDALISM. Page I 8 PERSONS LOSE LIVES IN MISHAP Tire Blowout Sends Church Bus Careening Into Traffic to join the harem of Sheik Suleman a1 Huzail of Beersheba,, NEW YORK (AP) — Sen. Israel. But the Sheik, said to Kenneth B. Keating, R-N.Y.! be nearing 90 years of age. announced today he will seek Nc'town Queen Crowning Tonight tions to his harem now. School Vote Petition OK To Be Sought Heating, who has expressed dissatisfaction with his party’s presidential ticket, indicated he would mn independent of it. The announcement    ended weeks of speculation about what road the 64-year-old, silver-haired lawyer from Rochester would choose. “The people of New York are aware of the    deep differences County School    Supt. W.    E.    between Sen.    (Barry)    Goldwa- Laws is expected to submit a    ldr s. record and my own,” petition, demanding a vote in    Reat*n8 said- Coldwater, of Ari- , tl , 1CU ,    zona. is the Republican presi- a section of Rush Local School    dentlal candidateK District, to the County Board of “I seriously    doubt    that any Elections Wednesday or Thurs-    voter in New York would be NEW COMERS TOW N — To-    Temple were    furnished    by    dav for a determination of the    impressed by any lip service I day’s Commerce and Industry    Kure Kasch Co.. Heller    Tool    validity of the simvitures    might give Sen. Coldwater or Dav of the Sesquicentennial eel- and Weatherseal Co.    be might give me in the name ceration, highlighted by a visit At 8 tonight, the Sesqui Queen e P° on- jeannj. ~ sf1h~p of Party unity.” from Gov. James Rhodes, in- will be crowned at the athletic da ur,es’D^a!\    e( *-a    f Whiip ah*. .... f    ,. ..    ..    .    Countv Board of Education of- wniie me announcement end- eluded toursi of Aleurone Corp    field, preceding    the first presen-    ftce ‘esterdav morni by c<    ed speculation as to Keating’s Goshen Brick Dair> Co-op and    tation of the    PaKearit.    The    [)ale Arm)ld and 3 others ’from    plans, there remained a couple; *    Donna    the RuSh area- 11 is the fourth    °f °ther (lUestions about the Exhibits on display. at the hos- realists    in    the    contest    are Donna.action submitted in    a    territori-    New York senatorial campaign. pitality center and the Masonic Hayes, Kathy Rehard, Mary a) dispute    One    was    whether    Atty.    Gen. Cross,    Jean    Taylor,    Penny    _    ..... who wdj    Robert F. Kennedy might seek    mw    Mm    ma replace Laws Sept.    I,    said.this    *he Democratic nomination to XL .ll    |)UuaJ action will be .°P^„Ke*!mg’ The other^was| J|||| | VZ IV Cl J CU Phila Schools Fill Principal Post At York Studd, Karen Henry and Mary Dr. Linton Honaker, who will Oldt. morning that no au™,    _    ..    . Mrs Lester (Thelma) Ellwood taken on the latest petition until    . .    . are of"™"! T'C the Sept. I board meeting.    Coun*-v    Commissioners who was Miss;im* SePl- 1 hoard meeting Newcomerstown 25 years ago R the petition is valid, voters for the 125th anniversary cele- *n tbe western section of Rush Even before the nomination Adopted Child OI Roy Rogers' Among Victims By DIAL TORGERSON SAN CLEMENTE, Calif. (AP) |—Eight persons, including the adopted daughter of actors Roy Rogers and Dale Evans, were killed and about 40 others were injured when a bus carrying 65 church members crashed headon into seven other vehicles Monday. Highway patrol officers said a front tire on the church bus blew out, causing the vehicle to careen across the center line on busy U.S. 101 into oncoming traffic. Four of the dead were children. Ten of the injured were reported in serious condition. After the accident, the horrified, frightened reactions were: “I couldn’t    look.”    “We all    just Mrs. Irene Fenton    holds    2    of    the    palette    knives    she    used    in Austria    to    paint    prayed.” “I    thought I was going the scene shown. The    painting]    is    in    the    home    of    her    nephew,    Leo    Fenton    of    to die. I    can’t    believe    I’m New Philadelphia.    alive.” *    *    Officers    said    the    bus    was    21 years old and had no emergency exit. it was carrying 65 members of the Disciples of Christ ,chapel of the Canyon Church of Canoga Park. Calif., and was I six miles south of San Clemente, near San Onofre Bridge, when a By Janies ( unison    >you have to put yourself there front tire blew. Daih Reporter Staff Writer and get away from the pres- The bus hurtled across the Hospital Road Painting Enriches Life, Visitor Says yes terday afternoon approved a rf Coldwater’    I    ^solution    for    vacating    a    poi    -    , A weallh of experience and em ” she said.    I    highway divider, striking seven bration. will assist in the cora- I-003*. which was transferred to doupj [f)a( j,e wou]<] bl’ ab|e to hon of Township Road 239. at mledge ut painting tech-    uinwn-'hnnip 0lller veh>cles and finally com- nation    the F»nadenhutten-Clav District    .    t-    .    t.    .    ...    mques possessed by Mrs. Irene enhower, who has a winter home ing to rest against a palm tree Wednesday designated as by county action Aug. ll, ™    ,    nfv^rJnt    nnliti^iI    of    Union    Hospital,    and    Fenton of Palm Desert, Calif., »n Palm Desert, began to paint at the edge of a 40-foot bluff Youth Dav will offer a full "ill vote on the transfer at the hiJ „ hi    g    R    creation of a new roadway near has enriched those who have when he was 52 and Chur-. over San Onofre Creek. rn 'JS,I. ,h Nov. 3 election    philosophies.    heard her k    iates,    chill began when he was 60. The New Philadelphia Board S(hedule of e\ents, honoring the    nciuuii.    beating s announcement of Education ailed a last-min- y°unS people of the village and However, if the board defers today said he believed in the■    —---- ---- o - -------:    Rfttyrian<    relaxation during the Ute principal’s vacancy and youth activities.    action until after the Sept. I two-party system and had hearing in which opposition was anans    rekxatiim dunng the *    ‘    *    4    WfiKlinKi    -e    A*..    mAAiinn n    ...iii    Ko    •    •    ..    •    .    •    « I PYnrpw<cpH hv \ttvc Pnhort Pin. i Mpk ^pntiin aH wt .tPHphpr VvciiS, Slip Sci ICI • sped through several routine A mgniigni of the Items in a relatively brief session last night. Ramon Scott of Sebring was events will be the dedication of scheduled until next May. the Cy Young Memorial at the Deadline for filing the transfer park at 5 p.m. Special guests! on the    November ballot    is Sept. named principal at York    Ele-    f.or *?e-5|a' ."*J| ^ ()SL Football! - mentan- reDlacins Marvin    Fe-    Coach Woody Hayes, a Newcom-, The    dispute    revolves    around ler. who has resigned to accept    e^town native, and U.S. Rep. the Rush Local    Board’s    request, a full-time principal’s job at    T'    .    .    along with 211 petitioners, ask- Mentor    -    begin with a pet ing the county board to trans show at Cy Young Park at 9 fer the entire district to Uhr- heard her speak, the latest emu ucgan wiwn ne was ou. j Two children on the church uic The action following a 2-hour g,0UP being New Philadelphia I aiming offered both of them bus died. One was Deborah Lee action until after the Sept. I two-partv system and had hearin§ in which opposition was Rotarians.    relaxation during the war Rogers, 12, a Korean, adopted day’s meeting, a vote will not be **never had anv thought of bolt- exPressed by Attys. Robert P^-i Mrs. Fenton, ariist-teacher,. years* sne said.    daughter of Rogers arid Miss .»    *    tm nf llnvor unrl IJnhort YLYrmf wnpgtor unrl truirolloi* trui'oH See KEATING, Page 12 Weathervane YESTERDAY High 83    Low'    50 See QUEEN. Page 2 Herman Fills Police Vacancy ichsville. The requit received THE WEATHER ELSEWHERE in« area- The objectors have IO I years. She also is founder of Roving European Artists recent-no board action    m    n    days t0 aPPeat tbe decision    to the Shadow Mountain Palette1 ly when she was painting in rw    High Low I r. pommon pleas Court. One petition to transfer the Albuquerque, clear 91 71 western section to Gnadenhutten Chicago, clear ..... 88 was accepted by the board Aug. I I-os Angeles, cloudy 84 3, but it was declared null and Miami, clear..... void Aug. ll. at which time a K’ew York, cloudy request for the same transfer Pittsburgh, cloudy was made and accepted Building Permits DOYER Glenn Duber, 22 x 20 brick veneer home at 244 Wills Ave. Forrest Martin. IO x 24 gar- 89 82 79 91 62 84 63 67 63 64 HO 67 55 65 Scott, who earned his bachelor's degree at Youngstown University and master’s at Kent State University, has had 8 years* of teaching experience. He will be paid $6,230 base salary plus $700 for the principal’s work. $300 for bus supervisor and $269 for summer work. Four contracts for services or supplies were approved. Standard Oil Co. was given a Chief Garrison Groh today contract to supply fuel oil to the enounced appointment of Gail school system on a bid of I Ll E. Herman. 22, of 218 W. 2nd cents per gallon. Ashland Oil Sl- as a patrolman with the' Co. will supply gasoline at 14.4 Dover Police Department. He cents per gallon excluding taxes. bas hven a deskman since July *31. Other bidders were Land- The selection, made yesterday mark, Pure Oil, Buchanan Shell    afternoon by Chief Groh anil    a8f at    Washington St. and Sinclair. •    Safety Director William Sweit*    Sylvester    Broznak, 12 x    22 Al’s Taxi Co. was    given a    zer, Was based on a recent    J-’arport to    existing garage    at contract to transport    crippled,    Civil Service examination in    21,1 K-_ 2uth    st- __ disabled or retarded    children    which he was I of 3 to qualify, within the district at 80 cents a He takes the place of Larry LONE ORDINANCE OKAYS FIRE HYDRANT PAYMENT day per student inside the city Schneider, who resigned.    -—- -----— and $1.20 outside the city.    Herman,    a 1960 Dover High A $500 fee also was approved graduate, was in the Navy from tro of Dover and Robert Mow- speaker and traveller, traced She studies and paints year-bray of Newcomerstown, who the progress of art in the United Iv in Salzburg, Austria, and in represented George Wills and States and the European tech- the Black Forest in Germany in Pearl Robb, property owners in niques that have been introduc- addition to many other Europe-that area.    ed into this country for the Ro-1 an countries. The highway changes, accord- tartans at their meeting Mon- She has studied at the leering to a Union Hospital Assn. daY nigjht in Hotel Reeves. - national Academy of Fine Arts official, is needed for a new Mv is an authority on the and was made an honorary addition and an additional park- subject, too, having painted 40 member of the Federation of See BLOWOUT. Pape 13 I New Rabies Cases Listed News Briefs Club in Palm Desert and jour-j France, the first American ^(,nnan Miller, luscarawas neys to Europe yearly to study woman to be so honored. County Health Department chief and paint.    ;    sanitarian,    today reported at Her paintings have been on While she uses many differ- least 2 more persons, and possi-display at many prominent gal- ent techniques in her lories. A past president of the ZANESVILLE, Ohio Two convicts who escaped from Municipal Art League of Covington, Ky., she also is a member of the American Institute of (AP)— Fine Arts in Los Angeles and the Desert Art Center of Palm See PAINTING, Pay.* 2 63 a prison honor camp near here St. Louis, cloudy San Fran., clear ... Washington, cloudy T-Trace TODAY 7 a.rn ....... RAINFALL Last 24 Hours .. None TOMORROW Sunrise............5:39 ...........1 ow'57    I Holmes, 33. were nabbed this    ca“    J*? /“’J1* tire<1 S',0rts r JI1*n    Dow a/    businessman,    helping him to get TelevKu forecast: Partly cloudy, pos- morning shortly after Holmes away from hjs problems. Women's Panes was spotted walking in an alley. ‘‘When you paul! a landscape Your Horoscope ON THE INSIDE Around The World Sunday were captured today. | citing 2 prominent examples, I he Muskingum County sher- Gen. Dwight Eisenhower and Dr, Crane iff’s office said Robert Lee Ma- Winston Churchill, she describ- (k>ren On Bridge . son, 3), and James Edward i e(i.the “wonderful therapy” that obituaries ......... oil sible showers. See PRINCIPAL, Page 12 DAY BRIGHTENER June, that year, until March, 1964. He previously w*as employed by Montgomery Ward Council Wraps Up Brief Session In SO Minutes paint- bjy t would receive the 14 anti-rallies shots following diagnosis of the disease in the family cat. Debbie Bryan, 7, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Bryan of RD I, Dundee, was bitten by the  13 cat Friday and the animal died  13 shortly afterwards. The head of  15 the animal was sent to the State  17 Health Laboratory at Cuyahoga  D Falls and the rabies diagnosis 2 report wa> returned today. ii & I-’ Debbie, along with her sister, Kathy, who was scratched bv the cat earlier last week, will get the shots and Miller stated that Mr. Bryan also may have been exposed. Miller added that the 2 girls raises to 21 the number of coun-tlaris now being treated after rabies’ exposure. The Bryan home is located in legislation the same area in which “dumb » & I lo There were no major road-    the installation of ll    fire hy-    seription may be made when    last 2    meetings while vacation-    Preparation of and Dover News Agency. He is    blocks facing Dover City (oun-    drants in the Indian    Meadows    Council meets again in regular    ing on    the West Coast, received    transferring $6,500 from    the    Gen-    rabies” was    diagnosed in    a dog. a son of Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon:cit Monday night, hence one of Second and Third Additions. session on Tuesday night, Sept. Council approval on the follow- Fund t0 street Mainten- M,Iler asked rpsldents to con-Herman.    the shortest meetings of the Council held over for a second 8. The meeting is on the Tues- mg:    , v. Repair Fund to permit ,,nue t0 l)e on lhe alert for f*- Groh said this morning that year—only 50 minutes.*    reading, an ordinance authoriz- day night because Labor Dav Amendment to the present a Lotion of the 1964 street culiar behav‘or in their pets. He Graduate asked to "ive three aPPlications are now being ac- Its only official action was ac- mg the conveyance of a 12-foot falls on the previous day. ' wage ordinance detailing the ,;rim The funds in(.|udt. $4>. a's<> a^ed that if an animal reasons for wanting to leach an-cepled for dispatchers. Anyone ceptance of an ordinance calling right-of-way to the Village of    proper classification and pay KK)" ,„r resurfacing material. an(l ls -su-spected of having interested may contact Groh or    for the outlay of $2,080 from the    Parral for street    purposes    Following committee recoin-    range    for 5 operating engineers    „()() for tools and supplies    and    rab,es    ,hid    the head    **    **efrig- Safety Director William Sweit-1    contingency fund in payment to    alongside Dover Burial Park,    mendation. Council President    and 4    stationary firemen at the    ’    ,elated    until    turned    over to a zer.    the I) & N Development Cos for An amendment in the land de-j Arthur Hanni, who missed the Municipal Light Plant;    |    Se*    council.    Page    U    IvelenwriftA    ut    health    official. swered: gust.” “June, July and Au- i ;

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