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Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - November 16, 1964, Dover, Ohio Nebraska And Arkansas Get Bowl MMtoSet 4 js TrrtlUporttr Your Action Nowspooor Loigftit Circulation In Tuscarawas County fAMIUIS PHONE 7 CENTS Wreck 28 Reporter Circulation Booms mot The Daily in the lait 6 forward in its continuing effort to newspaper which serves all Since I the paid circulation of the largest ever for a General Manager James Lonergan from rapid acceptance of The Reporte Port and rural t Circulation Manager George Courtri increase in readership within the last bulk of the new Daily Reporter Our increased circulation should be county Lonergan stated Reporter for their advertising message of With the increased readership The expand its newscoverage by some 5 has taken a giant step Tuscarawas County a the ic Reporter hat been over area this growth has resulted i New Philadelphia it pointed out that the big months has provided the saders within the last of particular interest to all because by using The they reach a far greater Reporter has continued to staff members and area 3 Churches Broken Into Small change was the only reaped by thieves who broke into 3 New Philadel phia churches last Using the same modus oper in their nighttime opera the thieves broke into the Methodist Church at 201 High and the United Church of Christ at 2nd and Fair The thieves broke an outer window to gain entrance at the Methodist then broke a door glass of an office from where they stole a reportedly few Using the same method of en try at First they gained A similar re sult was achieved at the United Church of where they forced a door panel to the pastors 2 Hospitalized In Kar Crash State patrolmen are continu Ing investigation of a 3car smashup this morning at on Route south of New Phil which hospitalized a man and a Admitted at Union Hospital were Floyd of Ken listed as fair with a cerebral and Loy of Dexter sat The 2 were taken to the hospital in a Linn Hert Geib Patrolmen said Hillyer was attempting to pass a car driven by David of Stone Creek and collided nearly head on with the Smith HiUyers and Smiths autos were demolished and the Smit ley which was side had moderate damage Plane Crashes In Lake Erie PORT Ohio A duck hunter reported the crash of a five passenger air plane into Lake Erie near Kel leys Island this and Coast Guard searchers found a wing floating and an oil slick on the Fog hampered the draggini operations and skin diving ef forts at the spot where the plane went about 800 feet off the southern tip of Kelieys A check was being made on flights into the area and prelim Inary information indicated the crashed plane may have carried three duck hunters from the Cleveland For a time the tail section of the plane protruded from the water off the island and not far from a landing strip on KeUey Later the tail section Contempt Case ontinued nee more for a week by Com mon Pleas Judge Lam ecfc Attorney Clair coun el tor Eva Jones of 13 Tuscarawas New today moved for he informing the udge that he had a call Sun ay night from an Akron attor ey representing According to the Hoffman said a check was mailed to him which was o be 1400 being aid in arrearages to Mrs ones and to Jones girl riend unidentified by name n court in payment on t Sijice last June been in trouble over pay merits for support of a child nd He spent part o me day in County Jail when irst told Lamneck he had ntention of paying the all 8 and again on Nov ies had appeared on a cita for Each time he led sufficient reason for neck to continue his did not appear at the hear he 10 Cfeoth County Oiwt Coroner Philip P tooav thai Sam ofWMMSI W fcJWrt He STEW Be died ii nst ontempt of court charge Alfred Jones of was continued as Carroll Bar lonors Fisher A resolution of respect from he Carroll County Bar was received in Common Pleas Coirt today to be placed in rec honoring former Common Judge Cletus who died last Clerk of Courts George La Porte said it is he first time in his 17 years of service that such action was taken by an ouofcounty organization he resolution extends sym pathy and regret with regard Fishers death and states in part the devotion of Judge iher to law through bis years practice and during his ser vice as judge was accompanied a strict and unfailing ad e to its ideals and resolution was signed by and Airliner Hits Mountain Peak In Snowstorm LAS AP Wreckage of an airliner that hit a mountain peak in a storm lait night was found this Sheriffs deputies said all 28 persons aboard were The propjet Bonanza Air lines plane vanished during a snowstorm Just before it was due to land on a flight from Searchers spotted the wreck age shortly after Helicopters flew to the scene and began flying bodies to a lower The scene is about 16 miles southwest of Las Vegas near the railroad community of Ar The terrain is so rugged in that area that Jeeps could not reach the First reports said the wreck age was scattered on a peak eight miles south of the com munity of It was not immediately known if there were any survivors of the crash Sunday night in a desert snow Sheriffs units reported spot ting the twinengine plane about 7 after searching all night in the desert area near The Fairchild Bonanza Airlines Flight 114 from Phoe was three minutes See PLANE Page 2 Crow Changes Plea To Guilty The trial of George of 408 2nd New Phila ended suddenly today when the former Courthouse maintenance man pleaded guil ty to a malicious entry The Common Pleas Court trial had been delayed for more than an hour this morn while prospective jurors and witnesses crowded the space outside the When Judge Raymond Rice Finally called the case into hear Crows court appointed Socrates stated that his client wished to enter a guilty Crow was indicted last Sep tember on a charge of breaking and entering the Recorders Of fice last April At the time of his he entered an innocent plea to the Judge Rice ordered the man back to County where he has been since his arrest short ly after the until a probation report could be ob Crow several months ago had been convicted in Central Dis trict Court of taking a small sum of money in the breakin An installation service was held Sunday in Johns Unit ed Church of Christ for lichard associate pas Majertt In Finii Emily Steffe of a majoret for Mount Union Col closed her 1984 perform ing season Saturday afternoon at the Mount Bethany football The band and majorets are directed by Carl Kan Taking part in Sundays installation of Richard Gordon center were Reinhard Krause Paul Otto Zechiel and Bruce Photo by Harmon Phila Killed In Dash Across Street A trip to the candy store by 2 young resulted m Tuscarawas Countys 25th traffic death of 1964 Saturday all they crossed the street and into the path of ah automobile driven by Vivian of Starlight Trailer New Dead of a fractured skull is Paula daughter of anil Paul Lynch of 341 Clair Nw Her 4yearold Anita Dover Associate Pastor Installed Paul represent ng the Eastern Ohio of he United Church of Jruce president of tohns Church and Otto interimpas tor of Zion United Church of Christ at New assisted Reinhard Krause servjcel Robert Burkhart organ accompanied the Senior hoir under the direction of Hans Following the sanctuary serv members of the Womens lUild were hostesses for an in formal social hall reception in honor of and Gor don and Bruce Sackett and Brown presided at the serving who was rec ommended to the church by began his ministry here 1 after being unani mously recommended by the church council and approved by the congregation last Born in he graduated from Canton Lincoln High and served in the Air He majored in religious education at Toccoa Falls Col lege in and psychology at Wheaton College in Since 1949 he served asV an or dained minister of the Evangel ical Congregational Churches in Illinois and In addition to being active in and he served as marriage counse lor with the Family Service So ciety of He is married to the former Helen Kimel of They have 3 Michal a Paul a fresh and Martha Dover Driver Cited In Crash Dover police cited Nancy of 323 Front for failing to maintain the as sured clear distance after her car slammed into the rear of another on Shafer near Tuscarawas at Sunday Driver of the other John of 320 James and his was treated in Union Hospital for neck said the Bernard girl reported her car slid on wet pavement as she attempted to slow daughter of and Billie Lynch of 231 Packer is in Union Hospital today in criti cal suffering from a fractured right leg and possible chest The accident took place at At Paula was pronounced dead in Railroad Work Set UHRICHSVILLE Mayor Robert Croniser said this morn ing that the Pennsylvania Rail road officials have agreed to repair crossings at 3rd and Main and the overhead bridge on Water within the next Union It was New Philadelphia first traffic fatality since Police Chief Louis Clark The 2 girls were struck as they attempted to cross from south to the north on Front east of 3rd An investigating officer checked the Newell cars brakes and found them to be but just a little Newell appeared this morning before Mayor Joe Fritz and asked for counsel after en tering no plea to charges of driving while A hearing is scheduled Friday at 10 in a statement made to said that while going west on Front SW in the 200 block something came from between 2 cars in front of about 2 feet from my The 2 she explained See PHILA Page 2 Ford Studies Next Move In Strike Tieup DETROIT AP Fort Mo tor studied its next move today in a partsshortage situa tion which it says could lead to a systemwide shutdown of its 90 plants by the end of the Approximately of Fords employes re mained idle in strikes or layoffs at factories across the country as negotiations continued with the United Auto Workers Included were workers affected by localplant strikes which were reduced to five over the blaming a carparts shortage manufactur ing laid off men last At that time a string of localplant strikes was idling Both company and union ex pressed hope that all the strikes could be settled before a sched uled meeting between manage ment and the UAWs national bargaining committee Thurs The union ordered its national See Page Snowstorms Blitz Mild Desert Areas Rain Hits Drought Regions AP A snowstorm that blitzed the Rocky Mountains Sun day brought blizzards to northern Arizona and spilled wintry weather across normally mild central and southern Hundreds of motorists were hunters marooned and 13 persons reported miss ing as the lateafternoon bliz zard struck the Kingman area in Arizonas northwest All the missing later were found Arizona the main route from Phoenix to Las was closed by the high way patrol after at least 100 cars were stranded about 15 miles south of The Ariseaa Highway Patrol also shut off 66 to the and the Mohave County sher iffs office dispatched its jeep posses into snowswept desert mountains south of Kingman in search of the who were mostly Ail were found by late Sunday Sheriff Floyd Cisney said hed ever seen a heavier storm so arly in the Deputy Pearl Misak There was about four inches of now on the ground and the ind piled up drifts as high as wo feet on both 66 and tate Route Motels filled up as the strand ed motorists poured into King man and many were taken into rivate No serious injuries were re xrted but a Prescott chool Callie Mae was killed when her ar skidded off snowy Arizona 9 about 30 miles south of Pres The main highway from Phoe nix to 140 miles to the was closed for more than ix hours before the patrol got See Page 2 County Survey Seeks Data n Church Role In Rural Area EdnWf eeto The teltwtog the first is i tf art M the mrvfjr if wal ss to VhaJ Jg Ghjiidi Blny to rural VIM Do chjrai coincide with the Of thf questions to which rural church leaders are seeking Church men are searching for information to help them in resolving of the rural church and as a result the 4 county InterdenomiiutioBal tee was The church leaders from Guernsey and Harrison It requested the study be made by rural and Strategy Commit who rt mn Uw am committee includes swiologUts in the Department of Agricultural Economics and Rural Sociology and Coopera tive Extension Service of Ohio State Leon Neher and John B Mitchell in conjwiition with the the study Stitfy of the Bural in Four Qhio fit swan sfcittttve was to CHICAGO crippling nowstorm and unaccustomed old swept the Southwest nd a massive rain front moved eeply into the Midwest and Eastern drought The Western storm was part f a vast precipitation belt which extended from Maine to East of the t was principally but ome freezing rain was report Simple Monument To Mark ennedys Arlington Grave Weathervane SATURDAY High 59 Low 27 YESTERDAY High 67 Low 57 TODAY 7 RAINFALL Last 48 inch Elsewhere In Ugh Lew Pr cloudy til clear 31 cloudy cloudy 60 Slew clear 81 New cloudy cloudy W rain 70 cloudy 73 San clear 98 43 14 51 62 SO 45 57 51 TOMORROW Sunrise High 49 Low Forecast Cloudy and cooler ed in the northern Great Lakes had a 1 inch rainfall early East ern and central Kansas were getting a thorough soaking from steady rains which started Sunday and continued Garnett got Paola and Topeka since the downpour Lasting damage had been By HARRY KELLY WASHINGTON AP A low monument of classically simple design will mark John Ken nedys grave on a hillside over ooking the It will include the eternal lame the presidents widow lighted over his grave on that sad day of his funeral almost one year Plans for the permanent pravesite in Arlington National emetery were to be disclosed oday six days before the first anniversary of Kennedys assassination in Dallas by Secretary of Defense Robert McNamara and architect John Carl Warnecke at a late morn ing news conference at the Na tional Gallery of Robert the late presidents was to be on hand to represent the which approved the plans in The models for the eravesite will be oo display at ibe gallery for one be guuujog Construction is expected to begin He gave is tout a gentle slope from the CusUsUe mm Hatch day some nine months before his stood looking out over the city the Potomac the Lincoln he white shaft of the Washing on Monument and the Capitol dome in the distance and re I could stay here The gravesite is alone on the flanked by the graves of wo Kennedy children who died at or shortly after rick who died two days after birth IMS and a daugh er bom dead They were brought from their original graves to be buried be side their More than 7 million persons See Page 2 during the sii k and drought con itions were still serious in the outh and Communities renewed their ffort to gain federal emergency vlief farmers hauled water to city officials lanned alternate water sup lies and farmers watched their winter crop The Midwest drought abated omewhat after a day of sub tantial The feather Bureau predicted a harp temperature decrease as cold front moved toward the heart of the Considerable street floodisf was reported in northeastern Kansasafter a 4inch rainfall and varying amounts of rain ampened an area from central Illinois to the Texas ON THE INSIDf Dear Abby Your Horoscope Around The World Goren On Bridge Obituaries Television 4c I1 Womens 11 Alvarez Patrol Plane Nabs Speeders Seven bed on the recentlyopened In terstate 77 highway yesterday during a cheek by the trols Patrolmen said ths ranged from 77 mph fejl Cited into Northen WsWct Court were Paul HsvtML of Akron Clair g of New Philadelphia ftitffl of 5iou OB a bright Gary and Robert and all of a former Dover
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