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Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - October 10, 1964, Dover, Ohio Tornadoes Bag 3rd Conference Triumph 2278 Joe fops East Canton To Stay Unbeaten DAILY REPORTER VOL 48 DoverNew October 1964 7 CENTS 1 I Traffic Mishaps Kill 3 The twitted wreckage right carried Deform of Akron to htr death last night in an accident on Mar Dover The station wagon was tho tost of 3 the death car Malvern 24 Strasburg 0 Uhville 14 Carrollton 14 Midvale 22 Dennison 8 Nctown 45 Rosecrans 22 Canton 48 Sandy 14 Fairless Perry 22 14 Massillon 58 Steubenville 0 i Louisville 38 Canton 12 Ashland 16 0 WorkersTake County Office Four county road and bridge employes and one former em ploye invaded County Engi neer Charles Youngs office this morning in his absence to check on time Without previous Er mile president of Local Road and Bridge Employes William secretary employe representa tive Donald a depart ment truck and Gary who quit his job several months walked in to the office and demanded the records from an assistant They reportedly told the Linda that the records were public and demanded to see When Young returned from a he found the men oc cupying desks in the checking the records for road gang Sections 3 and They had asked for records going back to contained in 15 Young was infuriated at the intrusion and demanded to know why they had not shown the cus SM Page On The United Fund Division Chairmen Named Page 3 Emmet Riley In Culinary 20 Photo Finishes That Made The 24 Dover Student Gets Heart 27 Elmer Silveus In Wonderful Life Page 28 18th Olympiad Opens In 40 Phi la Attorney Gets Order To Talk With Jailed Client A New Philadelphia attorney has gained a court order to be aUowed private conferences with his client outside the cell block in County Richard Stephenson asked for the order after he was appointed by the court to rep resent Dale of RD Seibert plead ed innocent to a grand jury in dictment charging him with cut ting Joe of RD with a knife while their 2 cars were stopped be side each other in Newport The lawyers request appar ently stems from the problem caused attorneys by Code 22 of the Rules and Regulations for the Tuscarawas County This code restricts the visita tion of lawyers with their clients to the time of 9 to on weekdays and does not specifically allow prisoners to be removed from the cell Common Pleas Judge Ray mond Rice signed the order per mitting Stephenson to visit with County Death Toll Soaring Total Now 21 Tuscarawas Countys 20th and 21st traffic fatalities were recorded late yesterday and early today in 3 separate It is the worst separate death 24hour period on Twenty three fatalities were recorded in all of Dead are Gary son of and Edgar Schupp of RD He died at last night in Twin City Hospi tal from injuries sustained an hour earlier when he was struck by an auto while riding his bi cycle on Route 36 near Lock Delores of Ak who was killed instantly at when the auto in which she was riding slammed into a semitractor trailer and 2 other one on Route near Dover Wooster of 313 Romig who was killed instantly at this morning when a B 0 Railroad freight train mangled his up truck at the 1st cross ing in The Route 8 smashup also in jured 3 other 2 of whom were admitted to Union Hospital and are listed as fair State Patrolmen said the Schupp riding his bicycle swerved into the path of an auto going in the same di rection and driven by Keith of The lad was thrown against the No citation was He was taken to Twin City in a Botimer Hos COUNTY Page Progressive Thievery GangFight Reported State patrol received a call last night at approximately 11 from a Dennison area res ident that a involv ing 3Q was taking place on County Road 87 near Route The patrol notified sheriffs deputies and both went to the but 00 OM was Dover police are looking for some progressive thieves in connection with 2 breakins early Their first hit was the Sinclair Service Station at Front and Wooster where they stole 2 pairs of vise They used them minutes later to en ter Espys Grill next There they lifted to from the cash ism also was police with the thieves using a pop bottle to prop open a beer causing a full keg to Officers said soft drinks also were dumped into the cash register and that merchandise was scattered about Owner of the Delmar Es said he closed about Dover Merchant Po Uceman Joe Bendetta noted that be everything was okay when checked the grill at Police explained that the vise grips one pair was found at the bar were needed to bend a steel bar which protects a win dow at the rear of the Earl owner of the gas said nothing else appeared Entr a net there also was gained through a
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