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Publication: Dover Daily Reporter September 4, 1964

Dover Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - September 4, 1964, Dover, Ohio The Reporter Prints More Want Ads Than Any Other County Paper The Daily Reporter HOME EDITION •\TR VOL 61. NO. 47.    20    PAGES. Largest Circulation In Tuscarawas Cqunty Dover-New Philadelphia, Ohio, Friday, September 4, 1964 Serving Over 11,000 Families PHONE 4-2167 7 CENTS Ai    -    /    J FUTURE HINGES ON REZONING Official Traces Proposal For Mart At Philo Franz Sfucki Jump Ahead Of Irked Brother The Stucki Tavern case, which is beginning to read like a Max Shulman comedy, took another turn today. Allen Martin, chief of the permit division of the State Liquor Department, said this morning his division had approved the transfer of a D-l and D-2 liquor permit from John Stucki of Wilmot to his brother, Franz Stucki of Baltic, who operates I the tavern at 206 N. Tuscarawas I Ave. Yesterday, John said he was “fed up” with the bad publicity : and association of his name with I the tavern and would seek cancelation of the permit. After talking with liquor agents at Massillon, John returned to Dover and attempted to pick up the permit at the tavern. Franz was not in favor of the idea and John then went to the Dover police station for assistance. By James Davis Daily Reporter City Editor    Accompanied    by Capt. Ray Heading the luscarawas County school system lias been liken Hies and Patrolman Thomas to walking into a patch of torn bushes with only an umbrella— Gintz, John picked up a letter no matter which way you turn you are in for it.    signed    by    Martin,    which was Dr. Linton L. Honaker, who became county superintendent Posted on the premises in Tuesday, found himself knee-deep in prickly consolidation and    actual    permit.    The    li- Law ★ DK. LINTON HONAKER Book Is Constant Companion ★ Ticklish Problems Pile Up For New School Executive Carl V. Weygandt ★ Stroke Claims Former Ohio Court Justice WARREN, Ohio (AP)—Carl V. Weygandt, of Lakewood, former chief justice of the Ohio Supreme Court, died in his sleep early today at the A. V. Baker Retail Outlet Family Center J****** Seeks 6 Lots    x    ~    OK This Year On 4fh St. NW "/// Locate un On Healthcare Route 250 Site Tentative plans for a merchandise mart located on 4th St. NW, between Chauncey and An Ola Aves., were revealed to New Philadelphia City Council at a meeting called last night by Mayor Joe Pritz. James C. Herndon, representative of the firm, was present to outline a proposal that calls for an estimated $500,000 retail outlet occupying a possible 60,-000 square feet of property now owned by Clarence Farbizo of 412 Chauncey Ave. NW. It is believed that the company is Skorman’s of Akron, which operates merchandise marts under the name of Miracle Mart. Herndon is an attorney for the firm. The firm has a purchase option with Farbizo which extends to Oct. 15. The option, however, is contingent on the re- Robert Ewing of Columbus, vice president of Hart’s Stores, announced today plans to locate a Hart’s Family Center in Tuscarawas County. The new discount center will be located on Route 250, south By JOE HALL WASHINGTON (AP) - The odds appeared today to be against enactment of a Social Security health-care plan this year despite the 60-28 Senate passage of a bill which would set up such a system. The health-care provisions were written into the bill by a 49-44 vote Wednesday. The House had included no such plan in the bill it passed. A Senate-House conference commit ments for every member of the family, a complete drug department and pharmacy, housewares including small appliances, sporting goods, photography equipment and supplies, hardware items, jewelry, a large line of gift items, toys and depart-of Schoenbrunn, directly across jment devoted to auto supplies from Schoenbrunn Moravian and accessories. Church.    “Hart’s    has    had    many    years    J    tee    will    prepare    the    final vej> It will serve the Dover-New of experience in operating gen- j sion. Philadelphia and Uhrichsville-i eral merchandise departments The Senate named conferees Dennison areas.    ‘and    drug    stores,’*    Ewing    said. The first Hart Family Center* The company operates stores is located in Bridgeport and ; in Columbus, Zanesville, Toledo, serves Wheeling, W. Va., and! Evansville, Ind., and Lexington, the Ohio Valley.    I    Ky., with general offices in Co- The unit will be the largest I lumbus. store in the area, according to! Construction of the building Ewing, and the 70,000 square I will start immediately with the who had voted 5-2 against the health benefits for the aged, although they would normally support the Senate plan in conference. The House delegation is expected to be headed by Rep. Wilbur D. Mills, D-Ark., long- zoning, for commercial use, of foot building and 800-car park-1 grand opening of the Family | time fore of a Social Security- home in Kinsman, where he and g lots owned by Farbizo on the ing lot will cover more than 121 Center planned for late spring; financed health program. He is transfer dilemmas the first day on the job. Dr. Honaker, who moved up from county high school super- general are suffering from “col-visor and hails from a long line lege oriented opinion.” pf educators, inherited the tick- “public pressure and this lish problems of chief adminis- opinion have forgotten the near-trator of 9 school systems jy go per cent of American taught in the throes of merger, youngsters who will not go to change and uncertainty.    college,” he stated. “Yet. they As expected, Dr. Honaker has are started in the 1st tirade on definite and candid views to- a college-oriented cause of ward education and the county study. This trend has to be school system specifically.    changed, but it will take years to do so.” In the inevitable comparison, Honaker admits that generally he rates the county .schools as the county system now lacks a “doing as good a job as any comprehensive program, which of the city schools in the area must be broadened, but he also In educating youngsters,” point- rates as his wife were visiting.    west side of    kaderly St. NW, acres.    of 1965.    The total operation    will Weygandt, 76, who served as acroSs from    the area, on the The building is to be    con-;employ    several    hundred    local chief justice of the state’s high- east side of    Kaderly extending I structed    in the    latest design i persons,    Ewing    said est court longer than any other t0 4th st    !with aU    modern    facilities,    air-1 ^    ---- lieu man, suffered a stroke and was; Q. * Tll1v 27 ti I conditioning and outfitted with Smce a J my it meeting, ^ most modern equipment. Minntl Vine    in    apl    Alii         1    r premises, See STUCKI, Page 2 Capt. Dafforn To Leave Dover Police Force „ . ..    ...    Dover Police Capt. Kenneth Ina nut that in cnn o mac <h«>    «S ex    quality    Dafforn    recently-named special Ing out that in some areas the    of teachers, curriculum and stu- jnvpsti{mtnr    todav submittal    hic county system does a better job dent development.”    [investigator, today submitted his and in other areas, not so good. Dr. Honaker’s basic belief is    lie cited the fact that 6 of 7 that the county schools as well    county schools had their char as those across the county in See school, Page ii Doverite's Brother Murdered At Dayton Edward Lee Richardson, 35, i Florkey said Richardson ap- of Xenia, brother of James|parently was shot by someone Richardson of 1607 N. Wooster slt^"8 in tf?e Passen«er’s seat. The murder weapon, believ- cense was in Columbus for the transfer action. When John took    the    letter    „ A „r    _ from the premises,    he.    in ef-1 Preme    Court, Weygandt,    a pen1- locrat,    was a member    of the pronounced dead at Trumbull Councij has failed to act on Memorial Hospital Prior to serving on the Su- 6 lots in face 0f opposition from the Planning Commission, the Board of Zoning Appeals and the strong protest by property owners and residents in the neighborhood. At the close of last night’s meeting, Council President William Hinig told Herndon and Farbizo definite action on the matter could not be taken by Council by Oct. 15. The next Council session is not until Sept x    xu    i    Hart’s    Family Center will in- Farbizo s^ request to rezonethe C]ude a complete food supermarket, in addition to wearing apparel and accessory depart- Ohio House of Representatives, I a common pleas judge in Cleveland and a member of the Eighth District Court of Appeals, which sits in Cleveland. Weygandt, a native of Wayne County, served as chief justice from 1933 until 1962. He was a member of the Ohio House in 1921-22, a Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Court judge from 1924 to 1930 and a member of,    .    wof. the appellate court from 1930 i14> and after P*at -PA A to 1933    would    have    to    be    submitted    to He was a graduate of the Colate of Wooster and received his C. M. Dingledine of Lima will do the construction work and Saul Doppelt and Burt Kramlet of Mansfield are owners of the center. Charles Eberle, Dover realtor, handled the transaction. 'MY FAIR LADY' CAST REHEARSING Betty McCreary Receives Little Theatre Life Award resignation to Mayor C. Le-Moyne Luthy, Safety Director William Sweitzer and Chief Garrison G. Groh. It will be effective Sept. 16. Dafforn said this morning he was quitting because he felt he “could no longer do the job I believe I should because of conditions in the department.” He would not elaborate. Appointed patrolman in 1957,! Dafforn was promoted to cap-1 tain in 1961 and was named special investigator last March. ,    ,    mc mutuel yv.'<t[jun, ucucv- . resignation is the sixth Ave., Dover, was found mur- e(J t() he a 3g.caijt,e[. .)lst()j fias in the department rn the last 4 tiered at Dayton last night. not been found, police say. A nionths, 2 other patrolmen and Detective Sgt. Howard Florkey 38-caliber slug was found in the ^ deskmen having quit. said the victim a former Den- auto’s upholstery.    SafetY Director Sweitzer ex- sam me vicum, a iurm uen    .    pressed the hope this morning nison resident, was found shdt! ()ther survivors include his I)afforn W()Uid “reconsider.” in the chest just outside his still- * widow, the former Barbara The captain said he has no job running auto on a street in Day- Trimmer of Dennison; a daugh- prospects, x ,    *    jdp    ter, Ruth Ann; his mother, Mrs. Sweitzer said that in all prob- a *0Ai\ tm i ()ra Richardson-of Dennison; 2 ability a series of Civil Service • mm Sa J .,nsisters and one other brother, tests will be required in pro-820 bills w<“re round Mattered jjis father died earlier this year, moting men to captain and ser-near the body and that Richard- Funeral arrangements are in- geant and filling a patrolman son’s wallet contained an addi- , lete b    vacancy tional $57.    —"-------, ----2    '------- “We have no suspects,” Flor-' key told The Daily Reporter this I morning. He continued that j Richardson presumably was on1 his way home following work,; having stopped downtown to1 shop for clothing. Richardson; was employed by Motors Insurance Corp., a division of Gen-' eral Motors Acceptance Corpor-1 ation at Dayton. The body was discovered about 9:40 p.m., according to Florkey, by a motoring couple, j who noticed the dome light shining in the stopped car. They; found the body on the sidewalk,! one leg in the vehicle. law degree from Western Reserve University. He started the practice of law in Cleveland in 1918 and continued until 1923. See WEYGANT, Page 8 the Planning Commission and Board of Zoning Appeals and 30 days notice given before a public hearing. Herndon indicated he would have to ask company officials to See PHELA MART, Page 8 Meese Re-Elected Cancer Unit Head The Board of Directors of Little Theatre of Tuscarawas County have announced the first ed her an Honorary Life Mem- See HEALTH, Page 2 Four School Levies Filed Four levies to be placed on the Nov. 3 ballot were filed yesterday in the County Board of Elections office, Clerk Victor Turner said today. Goshen Local School District filed resolutions for 2 of the levies, one is for an additional 4 mills (40 cents per $100), and the other for a renewal of 5 mills (50 cents per $100.) Both levies are to extend for IO years and are for current operating bership. A general membership meet- I expenses. "Life Membership” has been ing will be held Sept. 9 at 8; The resolutions placing the awarded to Betty McCreary of! p.m., when season tickets will jgyjgjj qu file were adopted by New Philadelphia, founder of the be distributed for sale. The cast; the SchooI Disttict offieUIs at SrouP-    of    air    y.a .c“m' their regular session of April 13. puttee chairmen will be Intro- The other 2 levies areF (rom duced The meeting is open to (he Dover Board of Education members and prospective mem-,for the Dover clty School Dis. trict, with the resolutions being “Hard work, devotion and a spontaneity all her own have been the life blood of this theater group, and it is with heartfelt thanks we present this j award,” the board stated in the Dennison Mon publication, “Curtain Call.”    .    .... . Principal roles for the forth- j w h CIT QBC] Yr itll coming musical “My Fair La-1 dy,” which will open Oct. 13, j passed on Aug. 31. One levy is for an additional 2 mills (20 cents per $100), and the second, a renewal of 6 mills (60 cents per $100). Both are to extend for IO years and are for Tip Ticket Sale have been cast with the mem- j DENNISON — Albert Pica of current operating expenses. hers already in rehearsal. Nam- RD I, here, has been charged - Harry Meese of Dover was Walter and Larry Gibbs of ed to roles are;    with displaying and selling re-elected president when the New Philadelphia; Clyde Par-; Drew Babin as Prof. Henry baseball tipboard tickets after Tuscarawas County Unit of thejrish of Gnadenhutten and Mrs. j Higgins; Iona Craft as Iona Doo- Police Chief William Patterson American Cancer Society held j Arthur Strauss of Strasubrg. little; Isabel Miller as the pro-; entered Pica’s establishment torts annual board meeting last > The following annual commit- fessor’s mother; Rita Weaver cated on Center St., Wednesday j night in Union Hospital. Other tee reports were submitted and! as Higgins’ housekeeper: Bob land witnessed a clerk, Fred An- '    '    Robson as Col. Pickering; Lee gelozzi, of 203 Taylor Ave., here. I Chamberlain as Eliza’s father, selling a ticket to Newton J. I Weathervane officers are: Clyde Parrish of Gnadenhutten first vice president; Mrs. James Polen of Dover, second vice president, and Larry Gibbs of New Philadelphia, treasurer. discussed: Mrs. Elizabeth Barr of the Tuscarawas County Health Department reported 45 new cases, 39 continuing cases, 221 patients served, 273 guidance vis YESTERDAY and Robert Whitney as Freddy! Wilson of Main St., Tuscarawas. Eynsford-Hill. It has also that Mrs. William I John Q. Adamson of RD 4, been announced New Philadelphia, who was Board members, elected for its, 186 therapy visits, a total of Newtown Square, Pa., 3-year terms, were:    Mrs. Charles Greenlee and Dr. James Peck of Uhrichsville; Mrs. James Vance and John Kelker of Dover; Mrs. H. R. 459 home visits, 214    auxiliary    New Philadelphia and well-    said that he ; visits, and 46    Sigmoidoscopys.    known in the area as a vocalist, I the tickets froi Mrs. Alice    Burgess    reported    recently presented Little Thea-    counter. Pica tre with a financial gift. In ap-    appear before preciation, the board has award-    Huston. 26 new cases, 42 continuing cas See MEESE, Page 8 Mayor MU/. DAY BRIGHTENER Some of today’s movies are so long that it takes less time to read the book. Test Plane Crash Proves Effective High 86 Low 57 Elsewhere In U.S. High Low Pf. Albuquerque, clear . 93 67 • o Chicago, cloudy .... 93 71 • o Cleveland, cloudy .. 83 66 • • Los Angeles, cloudy . 85 60 • • Miami, cloudy ..... 86 78 New York, cloudy .. 85 63 .01 Pittsburgh, clear .. 92 58 St. Louis, cloudy ... 89 68 • • Seattle, clear ...... 70 M • • Washington, clear . 86 64 • 0 M—Missing TODAY 7 a.rn................60 RAINFALL Last 24 hours .... None TOMORROW Sunrise ........... 5:56 Sunset ........... 6:52 High 84    Low    63 Forecast: Cloudy and mild. By ROBERT K. WALKER    stayed in their seats. PHOENIX, Ariz. (AP) — Test One infant doll was secure in officials estimate the planned its bassinette carrier, but anoth-•crash of a Super Constellation er had been dumped out. Two airliner Thursday was “80 to 95 patients were still snug in their per cent survivable.”    experimental litters and crew* The unmanned four-engine men were seated, airliner, with 21 life-sized durn- Victor Rothe, head of Aviation my passengers aboard, Safety Engineering and Re-ploughed off the end of a run- search which conducted the ex- Around    11k* World way at Phoenix Deer Valley pertinent, said five to IO seats    Abby ..... Airport at about HO miles per world have been lost because of Dr ^jvarez hour.    See    TEST.    Page    8 Obstacles knocked off the    _ landing gear, shredded and crumbled both wings and broke the airplane’s back in three ON THE INSIDE   8  17  19  19 Churches ................ 6    &    7 Croren On Bridge ........... 17 Dr. Crane This 4-engine super Constellation, loaded with scientific equipment, crashed into a 150-foot hill Thursday in a second test to study tho ability of various types of aircraft safety equipment to withstand crashes.    (AF    Wirephoto). No Mail Monday There will be no city or    rural    Hospital New*  ........... ll places before it ground to a halt mail deliveries Monday in    area    obituaries .................... 3 near the top of a small, 150-foot post offices because of the La-hill.    bor Day holiday. Special deliv- T , Despite the battering, the ery mail will be delivered,    how-    elev BKm .................. fuselage remained essentially ever, and lobbies will be    open    Womens f’ages intact. Inside, most dummies for lock box palruus    Your 14 ... 9 IO AU .... 45 ;

  • Albert Pica
  • Allen Martin
  • Arthur Strauss
  • Betty Mccreary
  • Burt Kramlet
  • C. M. Dingledine
  • Carl V. Weygandt
  • Charles Eberle
  • Charles Greenlee
  • Clyde Parrish
  • Elizabeth Barr
  • Franz Stucki
  • Garrison G. Groh
  • Harry Meese
  • Howard Florkey
  • Isabel Miller
  • J Higgins
  • James C. Herndon
  • James Peck
  • James Polen
  • James Vance
  • Joe Pritz
  • John Kelker
  • John Stucki
  • Larry Gibbs
  • Linton L. Honaker
  • Max Shulman
  • Rita Weaver
  • Robert Ewing
  • Robert K. Walker
  • Robert Whitney
  • Ruth Ann
  • Saul Doppelt
  • Victor Rothe
  • Victor Turner
  • Wilbur D. Mills
  • William Hinig
  • William Sweitzer

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Publication: Dover Daily Reporter

Location: Dover, Ohio

Issue Date: September 4, 1964

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