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   Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - August 20, 1964, Dover, Ohio                                Residents Take Up Radio See Page 77 Growing countywide acceptance creates an even mere interesting paper THE REPORTER 28 Largest Circulation In Tuscarawas County August 1964 HOME EDITION Serving Over Familial PHONE 4216 7CENTTS Nctown Pays Tribute To Baseball Immortal NEWCOMERSTOWN In his youth on a nearby Cy played baseball for love of the a quality that re tnalned with him throughout his He began his career in 1890 with Cleveland and continued as an active pitcher in the big leagues until he retired at the end of the 1911 This is the writ ten by Vernon on the Georgian marble memorial which was unveiled yesterday on the pitchers mound of a miniature baseball diamond at Cy Young Designed by Dilfred Beiter of the Cy Young Memorial was described by the latter as a labor of and the emo tions of the speakers and towns people who had known the great pitcher were a kind of memorial in Ralph of the dedication committee who had been chairman of Youngs 80th birthday opened the services before a crowd of John president of the OldTimers Baseball was master of in troducing a series of most of whom had known Young Those who had known him spoke briefly and sincerely of his love of the his loyal ty to his his qualities asa true while many spectators nodded em 3 Americans Feared Lost At Bukavu By ROBIN MANNOCK LEOPOLDVILLE the Congo AP Three Americans were reported missing today the Eastern Congolese city of Buka where messages said fight ing persisted between govern ment soldiers and Communist backed The Embassy in Leo poldville said it was without word from its vice consul in Bu Louis of and two Army offi cers attached to the mili tary mission to the The officers are William the 50yearold coun terinsurgency and Donald an infantry officer from Alexan The embassy said consulate officials lost track of the three men owing to the swiftness of the rebel advance into Bukavu Consul Richard Matheron of and the five oth er members of his staff radioed they were safe at Kamembe about three miles from Bukavu in the nearby Rwanda Almost all of Afri can quarters were in rebel messages Maintaining an airlift started Wednesday a planeload of Congolese reinforcements left Leopoldville this morning for Bukavu is the last major city See Page 2 phatlcally in Woody a former New comerstown resident and now head football coach at Ohio State said The significance of Cy Young is more than even his great record He was a true a true gentle He had the kind of spirit we need to see more of in sports He loved everyone he he concluded and he is not just for the games he but as an in Herb former Cleveland hurler now telecaster for the noted that the monu ment will be inspiring to the boys who will stop here to see Score also spoke of Youngs pitching record of 511 compared with recent records such as Early Wynns 300 and Warren Spahns continuing rec Other each of whom See Page 21 Looking over Newcomerstowns memorial to Cy Young are Ralph Scott left of chairman of the dedication committee John Mar strell of of the Tuscarawas County Oldtimers Baseball Dilfred Beiter of designer of the memorial former major league pitcher Herb Score Indians and White Sox and Woody Ohio State Univer sity football coach and a native of Newcomers WlNNERr Lana daughter of Jack Zinkon of was looking forward to her 4th Grade studies triis fall because her parents were to buy her an encycloped But wont be necessary because Lana is of alSvolume Britannica Junior Encyclopedia awarded by the Tell Me Why col umn appearing daily in The The ques tion she sent Arkady author of the col was How Often Is There An Eclipse Lenas mother is a Daily Reporter correspondent for Bal Debbie of Dover won an encyclo pedia in Questions for Tell Me Why are sent to The which forwards them to Le Vandalism Done For Publicity Group Says Teen Editors Note This is the fourth article in a series on ex treme vandalism in Tuscarawas which has prompted The Daily Reporter to post a reward for the arrest and conviction of those By Joe Woerdeman Daily Reporter Staff Writer An interesting meeting took place the other a discussion between this re orter and an anonymous group f high school seniors regard ing If nothing else resulted from he hourlong the best thing that came from it was an optimistic hope for the average teenager of today and a higher regard for his own outlook on 5 Young Drivers Lose Privileges Dover School Signup Opens Dover School Emmet BUey announced today that jun ior and senior high offices are now open to parents and stu dents for registration and that principals will be available lor Those in Grades 8 and will meet with Edward Hamsh er and juniors and seniors will confer with Robert Elementary school principals will be in their offices Monday for registration or to discuss school orientation program for the systems 2J 8 elementary and 14 wiii be held An eonmeattoi be bjjd sept wttfc ejfijnen and junior Wgb students re ing to classes Sept 9 and Wgb gcJtoAl DAY BBIGHTENH log were mms m of Six 17yearold includ ing one appeared in Coun ty Juvenile Court today on traf fic Judge Ralph Finley dismiss ed the case against McCrea of 212 Harger Do because he had been brought into court on an incor rect McCrea was cited on July 21 for failure to stop at a stop sign at the intersection of Shafer and Reeves in He had struck the rear of another Dover told Finley today there was no stop sign on Shafer Finley then threw out the case but vised the police that a new charge could be filed against Janet Border of 725 3rd New lost her operators license for 2 months after she admitted to reckless operation on June 7 when her car struck the rear of a boat trailer and the car to ing it on Route south of New Miss Border told the judge that the road was slippery from a recent rain and she was un able to ON THE INSIDE Another New Philadelphia Mark Francis of 319 10th barred from driving for 6 weeks after plead ing guilty to a charge of not stopping at the intersection of Wabash and Tuscarawas on June who said he had been driving since See Page 3 Searchers Find Missing Youth A 15yearOld deafmute missing since Wednesday after noon from Camp Tippecanoe on Clendening Lake in Harrison was found at this morning by searchers who had combed the area throughout the Dan NilJigan of Orryille was found in a wooded area near the lake about 5 miles north of the VMCA camp for retarded chil Examination by a physi cian showed the youth to be suf fering only from hunger and He had been reported missing at Wednesday and ap proximately Wfl in cluding Harrison County sheriff deputies and firemen and Na tional Guardsmen from New Philadelphia had taken part in the efforts to too the A Rutledges Estate Tops Million The will of Robert Rut wellknown New Phila delphia who died was filed in County Probate Court In application for appointment of the also filed this an estimate of the es tate was listed at million in personal property and for real The bulk of the Rutledge es tate was left in a living trust which was formed last April 3 in agreement with The Ohio Sayings Trust of New Robert Haver Robert Wil liam Schwab and Matthew In specific Rut ledges will leaves All usefu and ornamental jewel pictures and autos to be shared equally by his 3 child thing was immediately One clear this group of high school youths did not and would not identify themselves with the dnd of individuals who recent ly have been shaking communi ties in the county with their wanton acts of property des Whos doing it then they were They said that likely some high school kids were in volved at but mostly in the less violent the kind of things done as a or for fun or You get a certain kick out of not getting caught pulling a or being one step ahead of a policeman and outwitting several but even in those really harmful See Page 22 INFORMAL EXPLORATORY Future The Dover and 3 to vote boards of education met 2mill levy a mally last night in Dover 3mill both f library to discuss facts and If schoo ures relative to a possible be raised to 28 solidation of the 2 per Two major points were pointed oul Strasburg is bonded ind in keeping its own high stands at as long as the State erected in 19 ment of Education wfll and it is economically to if the consolidation H in the likelihood is fl an elementary school would continued in w VI 1 1 junior and senior high students being bussed to Strasburg Executive Maurice Helwick served Dover Board spokesman for the in a brief reces board and recounted some last hired 2 the statistics of the g increase to the s Strasbtirg expects to and made an ap 850 students next the Kent State ported by a tax valuation board of trut or approximately Reese of D 000 per pupil taught junior hig The Strasburg Franklin was given a c tricts tax millage for in the elementa purposes now stands at is in the proces with the necessa and 4 for bonded courses at Ohio Strasburg taxpayers will renew for opera I millage property indebtedness for an Stras of Educa granted a Academic who of com f educa burg is reducing the indebted ness by a The system has 39 40 classrooms and has antici pated 1965 operating budget of Helwick added that 46 per cent of the operating money comes from the state Strasburg Board members Walter Fred Jack Bob Freitag and Bill Patton also added points to the One pointed out that consider ation of a consolidation action was posed to the Strasburg board last fall with release of the state inspection The report listed deficiencies of the system as compared with State Department of Education mini See Page 21 Karen Valentine of a June graduate of Kent State Un also was given a con tract to teach in the elementary The resignation of Pa n tricia hired earlier this By GENESCHROEDER vote among its members in all was accepted due to UAW Selects Prime Strike Target Today CHICAGO AP The United Auto Workers Union backed by a strike expected to select its prime tar Robert 8et today for a possible nation wide strike in the auto Frances Geib and Thelma Haverman to Edna a housekeeper to Elda nurse for and jointly to Louis Perko and his grounds care The will names Rutledges Thelma Haverman and her Robert Haver man and the Ohio Savings and Trust as Rutledge specifically request ed in his will that the law firm of Hanhart and Miller of New or any firm with which Smith may be connected be employed as legal counsel in the probation of the from the 11 ton Airport also had Oo in 5 The same boy hdd been missing from the camp t wte be attendM test hut 17 fouad wJv 3 er that to Sports Land Suit Filed The State Highway Depart ment has filed a deposit in the appropriation suit against the estate of the deceased Law The land UAW President Walter Reuther and union officials scheduled a series of meetings to discuss the status of negotia tions over threeyear contracts covering more than a half mil lion assembly line Out of the talks is expected to come a decision on which of the Big Three automakers eral Ford or will be tagged as the 1 tar get for a possibly crippling walk The union is taking a strike three estimated that the strike providing family Emmet Who is an average of per week in COIlUclLL in hs second year of H benefits to each would pay support a strike up to eight longer at Ford All the Big Three contracts are due to expire at midnight Union if precedent is would then be to halt was hike this contract granted year to a adjustment was with pay increases granted all certificated and non See Page 6 Need Bus Driver ZOARVILLE Tuscarawas production with a mass walkout yil School Dislrict at the target companys plants flead Bm Kinneer said th is an ni for a while extending contracts with the other two firms on a dayto Strikebound company See Page 21 drivein te It May Be Tor The Birds I t By ELTON FAY AP fttiUiary Writer WASHINGTON AP The Army is wondering whether the job of scouting out a enemy may be for the It signed with the General Atron ics of When the Army awarded the characteristic action indicating such the spokes man feasibility study indicat Plaza Again Hosts Parade On Halloween Dovers 43rd annual Halloween parade will be staged again this year at Miracle Lane Plaza by the Dover Jaycees in coopera tion with the Plaza Merchants The which has devel oped into one of the largest in the area over the will be staged at 8 Lee one of the Jay cees project said today he is accepting entries for the As in the prizes will be offered to the top floats and marching units as well as individual Those interested in sponsoring political or commercial floats in the parade are to contact Bier ie as soon as Announcement of this years parade theme and prize money distribution will be made late next Weathervane YESTERDAY High 75 Low 47 Elsewhere In High cloudy 92 clear cloudy 65 64 77 is paying chicken feed to find AUC study indicatMiami cloudy 92 77 her the i it would say only that ed positively that a bird can be New york 79 57 it was a research program of taught and that a bird will cloudy 94 71 f K training birds for field a characteristic cloudy inan lance and that the project recognition of the clear 80 56 i presence of a TODAY A spokesman went a bit farth1 On the basis of a fur 7 acres located in Gosnen Townready has winged into its second er today in answering ther study is being It is Reeded in the Taje Program was a This was about as far as the strucJAcaj mw Royte I The results of an MUal feasistudy of the learning ability of bility study on birds In this the study A value of was placed sance potential so encouraged was to determine whether a on the land itself and was ior dmagss dow to the residuj of Army scientists at the Aberbird can be taught to recognwe spokesman was wiUing to Hunters have long believed that and perhaps some game have a system of Proving Ground that the presence of a person if i surveillance and comniWflicate coAtracj has been the bird perform I warnings of perils to the flock BAINFAU Last 24 hours nojas TOMORROW Sunset High a Low Forecast Partly   

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