Dover Daily Reporter, September 23, 1964 : Front Page

Publication: Dover Daily Reporter September 23, 1964

Dover Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - September 23, 1964, Dover, Ohio %    t*American League Race Over? National Battle Just Beginning?—Page 21 The Reporter Prints More Want Ads Than Any Other County PaperThe Daily Reporter HOME EDITION VOL 61. NO. 62.    60    PAGES.Largest Circulation In Tuscarawas County Dover-New Philadelphia, Ohio, Wednesday, September 23, 1964 Serving Over 11,000 Familia* PHONE 4-2167    7    CENTSGrand Initial Festivities Keep County Fair Crowd Busy Turnstiles Click 2,104 Paid Goers An overcast sky this morning wasn’t expected to deter attend-ance at the 114th annual Tuscarawas County Fair today after a grand night of initial festivities which drew a paid gate of 2,104 with an estimated 8,000 on the grounds. One of the big attractions was the sparkling Bandrama, presented by 500 high school musicians before 3,000 persons. When it was over the midway traffic was elbow to elbow and at 11 o’clock there were still customers for the rides and refreshment stands. Judging will be in full swing today and those having the responsibility of picking the ribbon winners have no easy tasks because many divisions have record entries. Because of this Walter Findley, fair secretary, and assistant, Mrs. Treva Wei- SOLD EVERYTHING That's the result a Reporter* advertiser obtained after pl ac-lf in? this Reporter Family Want * Ad: *: ■ Modern black nylon couch and chair and two coral side chairs.*: :i$J25. Call    _ You too, can get results like ;! this! Sell the things you no longer need with a Family Want1 Ad. mm. mmm i County Fair pictures on Pages 5, 13 and 24. Story on 4-H winners, Page 5. 3,909 applaud school bands. Page 24. Pilot grounded, Taft is late for Fair, Page 14. ^    mm    '    mm To Place Your Ad PH. 42167 The Result Number Four Men Taken From AEC Shaft MERCURY, Nev. (AP)—The last of four men trapped Saturday night in an 1,800-foot-deep test hole was hoisted to the surface today. Ail were in good condition. They had been lowered fresh food and other supplies throughout their three and one-half day ordeal at the Nevada test site. Last to come up — at 8:05 a.m. — was George R. Cooper Falling Tree Kills Man On Dundee Farm of Tucson, Ariz. The others, res cued earlier in the morning, were Floyd Shaw of Santa Barbara, Calif., Leland Roeder, 45, I of Pioche, Nev., and Art Luh-:now of North Las Vegas, Nev. They were stranded when a thick cable, being installed to link instruments in the under-! ground nuclear blast chamber with the surface, snapped and take top money in the Fine Arts competition. Linda Gladman of «and haven’t been able to post IN* Water St” Uhrichsville, was winners as raD^dlv as in ore- sec011(1 hi«h with Mrs- Heni7 winners as rapidly as in pre Welz Qf m 4th st SE New Philadelphia, placing third. Photography competition was dominated by Howard Sturm of 378 5th St. NW, New Philadelphia. Paul Mueller of Sugar Uncle Jack and Aunt Kay of Akron are making their seventh consecutive ap pea ranee at the County Fair. This year they are twisting balloons into animal shapes and presenting them to such youngsters as James Schrock, 4, son of the Ferman Shrocks of Millersburg, who was accompanied to the fair by his grandmother, Mrs. Leo Lingier of Sugarcreek. Undo Jack plays bolls or bottles when* over thoro is a lull in activities. vious years. With the weatherman predicting clearer skies by nightfall, a capacity grandstand turnout is expected tonight at 8 for the Rotroff All-Girl Auto Thrill creek took second-place money Show, which is making a re-; with Scott Romig of 940 N. Uhr' turn engagement with another ich st Uhrichsville, being performance slated Thursday third, night. The Brewster Clown Band will play each night at COUNTY FAIR, Page 24 * Winds Revive Forest Fires In California SANTA BARBARA, Calif. I fell into a spaghettilike tangle. ~ Erratic 45-mile-an-hour Rescue workers laboring winds rammed a brush fire into Miller, aroun(j the clock finally cleared;an exclusive residential district Santa Barbara Tuesday „--------„    ..    .    ,    night, destroying at least 30 tree on the Nelson Schlabach^ b™« ^expensive homes. farm, 3 miles southwest of here. the two-man elevator to make To *he north 350 miles, forest- Miller, who was cutting tim- the trip down to the 30-by-30- *7 officials were optimistic that ber, was found by his brother, foot chamber and return. An they had gained the upper hand Paul ninned against another 'elevator operator went down on over two raging forest fires in Paul, pinned against anomer,    [California's wine belt.    The fires tree by the one he had    felled.    [have charred 50,000 acres and Paul had been working along-! “Tm well and happy to be up- destroyed more than IOO build- side his brother shortly    before stairs,”    said    Shaw, when lie lings. the mishaD -    surfaced at    4.20    a.m.    : The Santa Barbara    fire, re- Sheriff deputies said the ac- The oriS'nal four were in tbe ported contained Tuesday after- 7:30 as a prelude to the rock-and-roll automotive stunts. Tomorrow at 1:30 a western style tractor pull will be staged for the 3 light classes. Activities in the 4-H division will include the beef showmanship competition at 3 p.m. The Friday afternoon features will be harness racing with 6 heats on tap while Sawrama is scheduled for 6:30. There also will be harness racing at 2 p.m. Saturday.    j    DUNDEE    —    Leo    J    _____________________________ Initial judging saw Kenny j 3^ RD j bere was crushed the cable, restored the elevator near Korns of Supenor Ave., Dover, tQ death yesterday by a falling | to operating condition, and be- Jury Returns 16 Indictments The September Grand Jury rate counts of rape and carnal yesterday returned indictments knowledge of a 14-year-old Uhr-against 16 persons and 14 no-: ichsville girl. Rothacher had aiolis after a 5-day session. .ready pleaded not guilty to a Several secret indictments rape charge filed in Southern also were delivered, Common District County Court by the fa-Pleas Judge Raymond C. Rice ther of the girl, following the noted, on inspecting the report alleged attack last May 13. signed by Jury Foreman John Delbert J. Haver, 37, of Mid-Dindo of New Philadelphia, vale, has been charged with the Names of the persons charged aggravated assault of a hotel in these indictments will be maid, Frances Burdette Daw-withheld until warrants have son, 52, in Green’s Hotel on been served. -    Feb. 4. His case was held over On the request of Prosecutor from April term. Haver earlier Harlan Spies, Rice ordered that had repudiated a reportedly the Grand Jury not be dis-1 signed statement and pleaded charged until a later date. At not guilty to malicious assault least one case under delibera- charge in Southern District tjon has been continued. [County Court last February. The indictments include Dale Seibert, 19, of RD I, Uhr-charges of rape and carnal ichsville, was indicted on a knowledge of a female mi- charge of cutting with the in-nor, aggravated assault, cutting tent to wound. On Aug. 12, he with intent to wound, 4 larcen- allegedly cut Joseph Touvell, les, a breaking and entering, is- also of RD I, Uhrichsville, with suing of 2 bad checks and 6 non- a knife while their 2 cars were support cases.    stopped beside each other in , Newport. Arthur Rothacher, 44, of 521 cident occurred about 3:30 p.m. and that the man apparently died of head injuries. The coroner was not called to the scene. room — installing wiring for instrumentation for a future underground atomic test — when a cable being used to low- Born here, he was the son ofer electrical wiring to the room John J. B. and Susan Mast I sn*?pedm_!e_s:ba,f Miller and was a life resident. Survivors: His widow, the for The lower end of the cable — about 13,000 pounds of it — fell mer Edna Weaver; 2 sons and! inL°uthe shaft’ tr/ppin*> th* [our a daughter of the home; 4 broth ers, Roy of here, Jacob of Mt. Eaton, Eli of Massillon and Paul of Berlin and 2 sisters,! Mrs. Noah Troyer and Mrs. Aden Miller, both of RD I, here, j Services: Saturday at 9 a.m. in the home of a neighbor, Andy noon, roared through the Montecito area east of the city, forcing evacuation of residents and 600 students at Westmont College. U.S. Forest Service officials said there was a possibility the fire might    extend into Santa Barbara proper, a coastal community of some 60,000 popula-of the shaft, strildng four other t;on ab°ut 50 miles north of Los workers    Angeles. One, James C.    Gray,    45,    of* «re    shooting names Indian Springs, Nev., was hundreds of feet into the air, killed. The others were injured, b™ke out “ a j*"?™1 “ tb« none seriously.    "afternoon.    Aided by borate A smaller ventilation    shaft bombers, firemen^ had the blaze The upper end whiplashed up and came writhing out of the lip K. Miller, with Rev. Aden .... „nnno„foj tho rnnm ’ apparently contained at dusk ....ii still connected the room with .     .    .    •___-* Yoder officiating. Burial will be rn the John Schlabach family thVurffe*    J* p?cuej new fury cemetery. Desvoignes Funeral workers dropped hot food from *wi«i before winds arose to drive it to Home at Mt. Eaton is in charge of arrangements. the test site cafeteria and read ing matter. Firefighters in both sections County Coin Club Show Awards Set Tho iiffhts in thp    the 700-mile-long state tent ing md Hex. The lights in the pered their optimism with the room, wired from above, still , ^    ^ FIR^ p lf functioned.     __ “Rescuers began clearing the: tons of cable from the shaft,! snipping it in short lengths and Prosecutor Quits COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Those 2 dogs probably are dreaming of homo, unmindful of the sights and sounds of the 114th annual Tuscarawas County Fair. And why not? Owned by concession operators, they're not excited over it all because it's the umpteenth fair for them this year. hauling it to the surface. Late Tuesday night the four in Franklin County’s prosecutor, the bottom looked up the shaft Earl W. Allison, handed in his an0 could see lights of the res-resignation today, effective A new design for exhibit cuf,team ‘hrougH tile tangle of'Thursday^ awards for the Tuscarawas County Coin Club’s annual fall cable.    The    Franklin    County Repub- One shouted up: “Hey, what lication Central Committee is show Sunday has been announc- are >ou    to    do    up    there, expected to name C. Howard ed by K. D. Espensehied, chair-lkeeP us awake?” • Johnson. GOF nominee for TIDES MAY CREATE SOME FLOODING GladysThreatTo Coast Subsides man, and Tom Haley and Jer-I ry Rausch, co-chairmen. The awards are black walnut plaques hand-crafted in the [shape of the state of Ohio, I adorned with an engraved plate in the same shape, and an en- The rescuers hooked onto the; prosecutor, as Allison’s succes-See AEC, Page 14    sor in the $13,000-a-year post. NEW YORK (AP) — Most of [spared the damage that had; caused by tides two to three feet 'graved plate stating the spon .    .    I    •    ..    .    .    .    ....     •    ._____ ,    ‘    tnr’c    na    mo Ridge Rd. NE, New Philadel phia, was bound over on sepa Three of the larceny See INDICTMENTS, Page 14 the coast of the nation’s most | been threatened by fickle Hum cases densely populated area will be I cane Gladys, the U.S. Weather State Ponders Pay Increases Bureau forecast Joday. The eastern end of Long Island was a possible exception. The Weather Bureau said no potentially dangerous winds were expected between Cape May, at the southern tip of New Jersey, and Block Island, R.I. above normal.    jsor s name- The U.S. Weather Bureau in;1,Awards ,wiu.ba Presented in New York City said the “latest!!? categories, including a “best indications are somewhat more Off The Reporters County Fair Notes of show.” The exhibit will be The earnest conversation Les-j optimistic.” Early today, the hurricane center was 225 miles east of Norfolk, Va., the Weather Bureau reported. Before the forecast on the The major remaining threat hurricane’s course was revised, emergency measures had been rushed to protect hundreds of miles of the northeast coast from floods, beach erosion and DAY BRIGHTENER The clothes that keep a man, center of the hurricane. COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) Hearings continued today by the seemed to be from flooding State Personnel Department on pay raises for state workers in many departments. Four lawmakers testified Tuesday that unless state pay increases are uniform, some employes outside large cities are threatened with “second-class citizens.” State Reps. Sam Landes, R-Madison; Ralph Fisher, R-Wayne, and D. O. Tabor, R-Gallia, and Sen. Robin Turner, R-Seneca, criticized the attempt to give a IO Der cent hike to c    4    A ,    .    D state institution employes inlExPlo,n Conflict Of Interest, Miller Asked  Page large cities and 5 per cent to One grange display Included held in New Philadelphia Elks ter Cronin county extension ag- i fruit in a horn of plenty, auditorium irom IO a.m. to 5    . and RiU Ratps of the wild- But U dis*PPear«l yesterday p.m. Admission is free and door en,> and Bl“ “ates of the wild :aftenl#wl. Someone reached prizes will be awarded.    f>ivis>nn    wcre having in the #ver ^ fence In front    of the A 75-lot coin auction will be grange food tent yesterday con- exhibit and swiped it. conducted at 2 p.m. The auc-( cerned a conservation award    - tion list is available at Dales presentation Saturday night at the grandstand. The Ohio Department of Natural Resources award for outstanding contributions by land- Radio and TV Store at 214 E. High Ave., New Philadelphia, and at the Miracle Lane Hobby Shop. Twelve coin dealers from var- lf you have had trouble reaching Secretary Walter Findley at the Fairgrounds office via telephone the situation has been corrected. He discovered Tuesday morning that “Information” available on the premises. being looking his best girls at beaches. are worn by; The center had not been ex- ' * >-w,    -x'    -    A    <    >•    ■ See GLADYS, Page 14 On The Inside.... WATER DOG’S hlST FRIEND?—Eight-year-old Kevin Dunlap doesn’t know whether to hang on or let go of thia two-foot “water dog” he caught in a creek near Montoursville, Pa. Tho creature is classified as a salamander and cats only dead fish. thus keeping tho creeks clean. those in less populated areas. The hearings are on pay raises for workers in many categories of the departments of mental hygiene and corm*- BG Forces Hold Key GOP Positions............Page Municipal League Charts Ambitious Program .... Page Education In Ohio ........................ Page 3 4 7 12 Uhrichsville Man Injured In Fight UHRICHSVILLE—Arthur Car rothers of 414 E. 4th St., here, jured in a recent auto accident, j It will be received by Mrs. Moore. The Area'. Changing Face....................Page    28    “‘S'    Au'°    ‘ast    night    at    I0:M Judges for the Swiss cheese contest were Jake Sauser of The well-known beagle raiser, Sugarcreek, John Dauwalder of owner of 181 acres, developed RD 5 and john Mueller of Star a large portion of his farm pri- R0Ute, Millersburg. If you want marily foi1 wildlife, paying par-    j0 know how good    they are,    en- ticular attention to habitats.    tries    selected    are being    cut It marks the first such award Up for sandwiches or package was    taken    to    Twin    City Hos-    in Tuscarawas County and the    saje at    (be cheese    booth in    the pita!    for    injuries    to    his elbow    project will be expanded next    grange    building. and shoulder by police after he year. Those honored are select-    -......—— was involved in a fight at the ed via nominations. Just watching fair-goers stroll tion, liquor control, agriculture, j Dear Abby health and highway safety and the pardon • parole and youth commission. rws,* xu    -    i    - by last night was Mrs. Buss Lutheran Aide At Strasburg Event    !    Page    32    *ith    Jordon    of    W‘    «»    . Glenn ,R' Carbsle' Ca"d'dat" <«»**•> ,**•« •* » *• y    *    St., here.    for county recorder, was busy nth st., Dover. “I get a big Around The    World .......... 14 Obituaries .................... 2    Police    said    that    Jordon    had    passing out his campaign cards, hick out of seeing so many of 30    ‘..... -    -    -    ..... Dr. Alvarez    .................. 39 Dr. Crane .................... 37 Hospital News ................ 14 Sports ................ 21    to    23    been    drinking.    Carrothers,    who    which    recipients    are    bound    to    my    ‘chiklrea*    go    by    with    their Television .................... 15, was sober, was taken to the po- Women’s Pages.......... 18    &    19    lice    station    and    then    to    the    bos- Your Horoscope .............. 37 pita! for emergency treatment. keep. They list the zip codes mothers,” she commented. Tho for all post office towns in the smiling Mrs. Andreas is a anna county.    I    Se#    NOTES.    Page    24 ;

  • Aden Miller
  • Arthur Rothacher
  • Aunt Kay
  • D. O. Tabor
  • Dale Seibert
  • Earl W. Allison
  • Edna Weaver
  • Ferman Shrocks
  • Floyd Shaw
  • Foreman John Delbert J. Haver
  • Frances Burdette
  • George R. Cooper
  • Harlan Spies
  • Howard Sturm
  • Jake Sauser
  • James Schrock
  • John Dauwalder
  • John J. B.
  • John Schlabach
  • Joseph Touvell
  • K. Miller
  • Kevin Dunlap
  • Leland Roeder
  • Leo Lingier
  • Linda Gladman
  • N. Uhr
  • Nelson Schlabach
  • Noah Troyer
  • Paul Mueller
  • Ralph Fisher
  • Raymond C. Rice
  • Robin Turner
  • Sam Landes
  • Scott Romig
  • Susan Mast
  • Tom Haley
  • Treva Wei
  • Walter Findley

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Publication: Dover Daily Reporter

Location: Dover, Ohio

Issue Date: September 23, 1964

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