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Publication: Dover Daily Reporter September 11, 1964

Dover Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - September 11, 1964, Dover, Ohio Dora Loses Dash But Ethel May Follow Same Path By F. T. MACFEELY JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) — Florida, staggered by the one-two punch of hurricanes Cleo and Dora, looked with apprehension today at hurricane Ethel, spinning slowly in from the Atlantic. Although it was too early to tell where Ethel would go, her center was whipping along the same path taken by Dora. Dora, meanwhile, sloshed Inspection Team In Battered To Survey Damage Disaster Areas ed on Jacksonville and St. Augustine, Fla., and Brunswick, Ga., The team was sent by Presi- through the Florida panhandle dent Johnson who declared all while a toplevel inspection team sections of Georgia and Florida planned to survey the vast battered by Dora a major di-, sweep of destruction she inflict-1 saster area. peak winds of    95    m.p.h., churned westward from a spot about 800 miles east of Palm Beach. “It's a good thre days away, even if it should maintain its present course,”    said    chief Preliminary estimates put hour. Dora was expected to Florida for hours during the forecaster Gordori Dunn. damage    in the tens of millions continue moving    west,    with    night,    but    little    damage    was    “We re not making    any    p of dollars.    perhaps a slight    turn    to    the    reported    other    than    minor    tions at this point.” Dora lost her strength during north, and gradually wear flooding.    Although    power    was still northern herself out.    Highest    winds    recorded inland largely out, Jacksonville, St. Gales lashed the state capital were less than 50 m.p.h.    AtTd^into a a tropical storm with peak °f Tallahassee and other parts Ethel, a small storm with a ^ C winds estimated at 60 miles per j of thinly populated northern 300-mile spread of gales and    See ETHEL Page 6 a rainy trek across Florida and was downgraded to Brunswick monumental The Daily Reporter VOL 61. NO. 52.    24    PAGES. Largest Circulation In Tuscarawas County Dover-New Philadelphia, Ohio, Friday, September 11, 1964 PHONE 4-2167 7 CENTS rn*, > v , M VS ■    > •*. tv :>*• •*,    ..    ;•    v,    \. toto ti' i,;> i V t r, til v rifr*.; ■&&****-3 Hurricane Dora slammed Jacksonville Beach, Fla., so haiti that the Red Cross had trouble finding a building to rent to process relief applications. Survivors (top) and city officials (bottom) looked over some of the destroyed homes. Now Ethel is standing by with possibly moro damaging blows. Order Issued In Stucki Case Judge J. II. Lamneck today ate the tavern by posting a Issued a temporary injunction,, $3,000 bond, if he is properly effective Sept. 17, against Franz authorized to do so by the Ohio Stucki, proprietor of the tavern Department of Liquor Control, located at 206 N. Tuscarawas Lamneck further ruled. Ave., Dover, The injunction isj*"ih the entry filed today, Judge to continue until the trial for Lamneck notes that neither permanent injunction, with re-john stllcki or Gust Lambros, gard to the merits of the case, wbo ajso were named defend-Ls heard. Stucki may continue to oper- Harry T. Anderson ★ County AAA Founder Dies Police were called at 7:30 last night to Stucki’s Tavern after a ruckus developed because Franz Stucki refused to serve a customer, Ham' Rothacher of RD 2. New Philadelphia. Later Gust Lambros called police and demanded that Rothacher be jailed. Police said Rothacher left and no charges were filed. ants in the injunction suit filed by Prosecutor Harlan Spies, I have filed an answer to the petition. He also noted the statutory time in which each of them is permitted to answer I has not yet expired. (The summons issued against the defendants specifies that they have until Sept. 26 to an-; swer.) For that reason, the judge declared that a hearing conducted in the past 2 days pertained only to Spies’ motion for a temporary injunction to relieve the alleged nuisance which the prosecution charged the tavern created. >A ii $ 81 UAM: - Iii & Good Ii Luck! i The 1964 scholastic football season gets the “boot” tonight but stadium lights in the immediate area will not be on. Dover High’s Tornadoes are scheduled to make their debut at North Canton with game time set at 7:30 p.m. New Philadelphia’s Quakers open at Wooster in a Cardinal Conference engagement. In other games, Strasburg is at Conotton Valley, Uhrichsville meets Three Rivers, Midvale travels to West Lafayette, Gnadenhutten is at Howard, Tuscarawas Valley invades Dalton, Newcomerstown visits Philo, Sandy Valley tussles with Lake, and Fairless hits Tuslaw. Dover St. Joseph’s and Dennison St. Mary’s meet in Saturday night’s headliner at Dennison, while Caraway entertains Dennison. Tuscarawas opens at Malvern in an afternoon encounter. There can be a winner or a loser in each game, or honors can be shared. In any case, good luck to all! Incumbent Dem Governor Beaten Massachusetts V ote Brings Surprise British Send 4 Warships To Far East Site rn® Robert E. Ward Harry T. Anderson, 82, of 137 4th St. SE, New Philadelphia, founder of the Tuscara- Head Named Robert EL Ward of 1410 Mc- SINGAPORE (AP) — Britain dispatched four warships from the Mediterranean to Singapore today to bolster its Far East i Fleet guarding Malaysia ,against Indonesia. A Royal Navy spokesman said the two frigates and two destroyers should arrive within a week. He said they were ordered here “obviously due to the deteriorating situation in Southeast Asia.” The order to strengthen the sea force followed the airlift to Singapore Thursday of a 500-man antiaircraft regiment from British forces in Germany. The British Defense Ministry also disclosed that four Vulcan! bombers, three Canberra photo-! i reconnaissance planes and two1 long-range sea patrol Shackle-' tons had been moved to Aden as part of the buildup. Apparently! they were being brought closer | to Singapore for quicker transfer if needed. Britain is pledged to defend the year-old Malaysian Federa-i tion of Malaya, Singapore,! North Borneo and Sarawak dl* which has been confronted which Indonesia has vowed to a series °f thorny prob-destroy.    lems, such as rezoning, fi nances, parking, etc., will have another one to consider Monday night. The city’s Retail Merchants’ Council last night unanimously .STRASBURG—-“No    Parking”    approved    a resolution request- wili be in vogue    on several    mg City    Council to remove streets from 6:30 to    8    p.m. Sat-    parking    meters within one “COLD WAR" BEATS REDS. East Berlin truck driver Erich Ross (right rear row) fled to West Berlin with 3 adults and their ll children hidden under 170 pork carcases in a refrigerated trailer. The children were given sleeping pills to keep them from crying out. (right). The married women ar© twin sisters. The youngsters, aged I to ll years, and their parents are thawing out here. The Worms have 3 of the children and the Rosses have u. Phila Merchants Group Urges Trial Parking Meter Removal New Philadelphia City Coun- “All parking meters on the and W. High Ave. and N. and ment of Peabody. Bellofli Wins Minus Party Endorsements By CORNELIUS F. HURLEY BOSTON (AP) - Lt. Gov. Francis X. Bellotti scored a smashing 28,OOO-vote upset victory in the Massachusetts pri-jmary Thursday to wrest the Democratic nomination for governor from the incumbent Gov. Endicott Peabody. Complete returns from the state’s 2,008 precincts gave Bel-dotti 363,243 votes to Peabody’s 335.620. Former Gov. John A. Volpe, whom Peabody defeated two years ago by a 5,000-vote margin out of more than two million cast, was unopposed for the Republican nomination. Bellotti’s victory means that for the first time in Massachusetts history both major parties will be backing a son of Italian immigrants for the state’s highest office. In challenging Peabody for the nomination, Bellotti—father of 12—bucked the state Democratic party leadership including Sen. Edward M. Kennedy, D-Mass., who from his hospital bed issued a strong endorse- 'No Parking' square and on the streets within S. Broadway be removed or one block of the square on E.! hooded for a trail period of 3 — —    — [months — October, November In ordering the tavern closed temporarily, Lamneck said that * DI* j lf* evidence obtained at the hear- ■ III Iii ■ IMH I ing showed that the place was being “kept and used for the sale and dispensing of beer and, was County Automobile Club, intoxicating liquors in such a died of an apparent heart at- manner that it makes    the place tack at 6:.'18 a.m. today in his a common nuisance ”    Milton    Dover- fonnerly of Bodmer Ave., Mb St SW and this morning and signed by aut0    *    Amone    the    violations    the    New Haven, Conn., has been S. Wooster Ave. from 1st to 9th Wern, chairman ot the mer- Ile was found in his car at the lodge railed from evidence oil- named manager of the manu- St. SW.    'chants    group,    asks    in    part: corner of 3rd St and E. High Lined during the hearing were: te^«P«Uon. tor Mirage Ave. by New Philadelphia po- (I)—Illegal sales during the £dh<estiv<es Corp. plant at New lice, who summoned the Fire past 2 years on various occa- Philadelphia, it was announced Department rescue squad. The sions to intoxicated persons. man was pronounced dead on    (2)—Selling or furnishing of W ard served 4 years as plant arrival at Union Hospital. beer to persons under 18 years manager of the Garwin Co., a Anderson and his wife were of age on several occasions dur- division of the ^PJ^hn^ Lozano preparing to leave for a vaca-    * ’ tion this morning. He had taken her and the luggage to the bus depot, prior to their departure, Missing Woman Probe Begins and December. Later, Kennedy issued a statement saying the nominee “deserves the congratulations of every Democrat for the hard “That this legislative action and courageous campaign which mat tnis legislative action brought victory. He now de- by City Council be made an serves the support of every emergency measure at Mon- Democrat in the coming contest day’s meeting.    to bring about a total Demo- ‘ That    at    the end    of the s!er*“c ™t07 "J November.” Kennedy, his back broken rn a The arrival last night of a    months,    the    parking    meter sit- plane crash last June, wras urday to permit easier passage block of Public Square for a 3- suitcase at the Railroad Ex- uation once more be re-evalu- unopposed for nomination for a of    the    annual    parade    held    in    month    trial    period.    press Agency    in Dover has    ated and definite action in Coun-    full six year term in the Senate conjunction    with    the    ox    roast.    A    registered    letter, mailed to touched off an investigation into    | cji be taken regarding the per-    sea* once held by his brother. Included will be 5th St. NW, Council President William    Ilinig    the disappearance of    a former    manent    removal of the parking    tbe tote    President    John F. d    by Ted    Wainwright    woman.    meters    in the areas listed.”    Kennedy. Barbara    Goudy of    242 St.    Bellotti,    41, rebounded from Clair Ave.    SW, New    Philadel-    went    said the action stemmed    a crushing    defeat at    the Demo- phia, informed    New Philadel-    from a survey committee in-    erotic State Convention last phia police last    night after she    vestigation, which also had rec-    Peabody wop the conven was notified of the suitcase.    ’ Dover and New Philadelphia police accompanied her to the of- An Editorial See METERS Page 2 tion endorsement by a margin of better than 3 to I. See STUCKI Page 2 and was returning the car to the home when he suffered the attack. A prominent civic leader, he also was manager of the auto club until his retirement in 1957. He was also a former director of the Ohio AAA. ” Weathervane YESTERDAY High 95    Low    59 Elsewhere In U.S. High Low Pr. Born in Harrison County, he:Albuquerque, cloudy 92 was a son of the late Samuel Chicago, cloudy and Susanna Maholm Anderson. Cleveland, cloudy He is survived by his widow, L°s Angeles, clear the former Inez Frew; a son, 'Miami, cloudy .... Robert F. of Seijo Machi, Ja- £ew York, rain ... pan. and 2 grandchildren. Three; Pittsburgh, clear brothers and 2 sisters preceded st- Louis, cloudy . him in death.    San Fran- cloudy He was a member of the New Washington, cloudy Philadelphia First Presbyterian    (T—Trace) Church, a former elder of the; church and was a member of the New Philadelphia Lions Club and Masonic Blue Lodge 177. Service arrangements are incomplete at the Unn-Hert-Geib Funeral Home, pending notification to his son. 67 58 66 65 77 87 67 94 65 96 65 61 52 91 74 12 years in various capacities, including production supervision for General Aniline and Film Corp. of D. and C. Division. A graduate of Williams College in Massachusetts, he attended Texas A. & M. and Newark College of Engineering Graduate School. He and his wife. Mary, have 3 children, Robert Jr., Diane Aj and Christopher. He succeeds John O. Carlson of Dover, who resigned 2 ll* months ago. T • „ .OI O N THE INSIDE TODAY 7 a.rn................61 RAINFALL Last 24 hours .... None TOMORROW Sunrise ........... 6:03 Sunset ............ 6:40 High 70    Low 48 Forecast: Fair and cooler. Around The    World ............ 6 Churches ...................... 16 Dear Abby    .................. 23 Dr. Alvarez    .................. 23 Dr. Crane    .................. 23 Goren On Bridge ............ 23 Horoscope .................... 21 Obituaries .................... 2 Sports .......... 13.    14,    lo,    &    20 Television .................... 17 W’omen’s Pages   IO A ll1 Prosecutor Harlan Spies stormed in and out of The Daily Reporter this morning charging tile newspaper is out to get him. “You cut the heart right out of my family,” he said. The prosecutor was referring to testimony given by Mrs. Gust Lambros during the Franz Stucki tavern trial, and which was mentioned in yesterday’s story. Mrs. Lambros, who said she lived above tile tavern .‘>7 years, testified she has never bien disturbed by tavern noise and denied under questioning by Atty. John Woodard there was any room in their apartment where girls visiting the liar might take men for company. Mrs. Lambros then said she and lier husband hat! many friends and that even a younger sister of the prosecutor had visited the Lambros apartment a number of times. She later admitted this was before Stucki became tile tavern operator. Spies contends that particular part of the story carried an improper inference because it did not explain why his sister went there, and that Mrs. Lambros’ statement was immaterial because the visitations took place many years ago. The prosecutor’s sister was a high school classmate and fellow Thespian of the Lambros’ daughter, Helen, and frequently went to the apartment to pick her up so they might attend school functions together. The Daily Reporter is not “out to get” Prosecutor Spies. It apologizes to the prosecutor and his family for what they consider a reflection on it because of Mrs. Lambros’ testimony concerning he r integrity anti the reporting of it as part of the trial coverage. fice where clothing and articles were found inside. Police have identified the missing woman as Mrs. Grace Motz, reportedly of New Jersey. While living near Wainwright she was xMrs. Groce Scolati. Dennison Couple's Son Found Dead, Suicide Is Indicated Columbus police are continu- Williams reportedly had ad-~    ..    ing investigation into the appar- mitted the theft and nad agreed over police are attempting shotgun suicide Thursday of to go to the North American of-to make identification of aril- Ritard Williams, 24. of 1570 Hoes and sign a statement at des found in the suitcase. Ac- Manchester Ave., Columbus, son 1:30 p.m. W’hen he did not ap-cordmg to police reports sher- 0f Mr. and Mrs. Geoorge Wil- pear the investigators went to iff deputies confirmed the re- Rams of Grant St., Dennison, his home where they found him port of the woman s disappear- Williams’ body was found bv dead from a shotgun blast to antre, although no missing per- special investigators from North his chest. sons report apparently is on American Aviations Inc. at 3:30 North American officials said file. School Bus, Auto Mishap Reported p.m., 20 minutes after his ex- today that Williams had been an pedant wife. Carol, was taken    employe of    tJhieir firm 17 months to the hospital.    prior to his    layoff Aug. I. The investigators. Milton Good Service    arrangements    are and Everett Hammond, had    pending, contacted Williams earlier in    - James C. Conklin, 20, cf Uhr- the day in connection with the ichsville was cited this morning theft of tools from North Amer-following a school bus-car ac- lean. eident on Route 36 and County    _ Road 62, east of Tuscarawas. State patrolmen said Conklin’s auto struck the rear of the stopped bus, operated by William C. Wyatt, 58. of Gnadenhutten. The bus was partially DAY BRIGHTENER By the time you get the in- Hydrants Purchased For Indian Meadows The Dover City Board of Control met yesterday and approved payment of bills totalling $5,807. The amount included $2,080 for fire hydrants for Indian Meadows Development. Members of the board are May- I loaded, patrolmen said, but staRments paid the luxury you or c LeMoyne Luthy, Safety Di-? there were no injuries. Heavy Knight - nepMsttv    *    rector William Switzer and damage was listed to the ear. K ls *     Service    Duetto    H.    S.    Ream. ;

  • Cleo And Dora
  • Diane Aj
  • Edward M. Kennedy
  • Erich Ross
  • Ethel May
  • Everett Hammond
  • F. T. Macfeely
  • Francis X. Bellotti
  • Franz Stucki
  • Geoorge Wil
  • Gordori Dunn
  • Grace Motz
  • Groce Scolati
  • Gust Lambros
  • Harlan Spies
  • Harry T. Anderson
  • Inez Frew
  • James C. Conklin
  • John A. Volpe
  • John F.
  • John O. Carlson
  • John Woodard
  • Lemoyne Luthy
  • Ohio Stucki
  • Robert Jr.
  • Susanna Maholm Anderson
  • William C. Wyatt
  • William Switzer

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Publication: Dover Daily Reporter

Location: Dover, Ohio

Issue Date: September 11, 1964

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