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   Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - November 23, 1964, Dover, Ohio                                Sunday Store Openings Cause Charges tort eewttttted ef Bnnini Myvtt HZ WMittf fiW eMpUitt MfMeni DMrfefftnt Robert Button Wm CtMl ef he Shop iff At that tfltwfia of bUMfttti Tli affllMft tifRed by Attiftf Police Chief Rif ftta fffrnrf a I ItOrv III Im far the beiftf taken here decline ft half we What would happen if every store in the comity ittjntt x Myen Mid he wai liitaf me v Seen after Riyet t of k pMVMv a iimilif eemjpltiM Dnii in the Ptirpfc it naftaier of the Wsurii flee SUNDAY Page 1 In RtocUrship Flrtt In Photography Pint In Ntwi Covtragt THE DAILY REPORTER 28 Largest Circulation In Tuscarawas County November HOMIIWTfON NOW WAD BY FAMILIES PHONE 42167 7 CENTS Rome Airliner Explosion Kills 5O Chalky Found Dead In Heavy Area Of Brush In a 13 The Daily Reporter asked the question is Chalky The answer apparently was provided Two hunting near the County Home south of New found a be lieved that of 79year old Charles a life resident of Chalkys disappearance last March 14 from the County Home left as well as Although positive identifica tion hasnt been Coroner Philip Doughten said clothing and shoes found at the scene matched the description of those worn by the missing The coroner saM a check is being made by sheriff deputies with a Uhrichsville dentist in an attempt to Identify dental work McMasters obtained be fore entering the Deputies were notified at Saturday by Paul Stover of 1888 High and Mike Btclawskl of 630 High both of New that See CHALKY Page II Fatal Mishap Is Discovered After 5 Days MILLERSBURG A Glen mont area farmer was found dead on his farm ap parently crushed to death last Wednesday by a tree he was Coroner Robert Huston said Joseph of Big died instantly of inter nal Neighbors had missed who lived on A search party combed the area but was unable to find Sheriff James Taylor was notified Sunday morning and the body was discovered at 20 Passengers On TWA Flight Remain Critical PANORAMIC VIEW OF WORLDS LONGEST SUSPENSION MIDOETaken a new camera with a rotating prism that covers a ISOdegree wide this is a panoramic view of New Yorks new VerrazanaNarrows longest suipension bridge in the world now open to the Staten Island ts in the right foreground and Brooklyn in the upper The new type of reconnaissance camera was developed by the PerkinElmer Corp of BRAVE COLD AT GRAVESITE Arlington Tribute Symbolic Of Homage To Late JFK Other Kennedy stories are on Page WASHINGTON AP Shiv ering with cold but warm in re some Ameri cans climbed the long slopes of Arlington National Cemetery Sunday to the eternal flame that bums above John Kennedys Some some some touched Some pushed the wheelchairs of the others baby carriages bearing infants who were un born a year the young president was assassinat Many brought home made bouquets or single The first tribute of the anniversary day was an armful of wildflow ers from the sandy soil of Ken nedys beloved at Hyannis They were sent by the who was in seclusion in New York with her The wildflowers were laid at the foot of the grave by Kennedys Hugh She was admit ted to Arlington at 10 minutes before the gates were opened to scores of women and children who were waiting at dawn despite a temperature 10 degrees below An hour later came the daughters of President Luci Baines and Lynda each carrying a longstemmed yellow at quarterhoar inter vals through the came Boy military church Dear Abby Your Around The Goren On Bridge foreign government Supreme Court justices and devoted members of the late presidents White House And continu a slowmoving stream of ordinary By sunset the grave was banked deep in bios See JFK Page IS A resident of the area 12 he was born in Independ a son of Grant and Anna Huber He was a retired employe of the Flxible in Loudonville and was a member of Pe ter and Pauls Catholic Church at Glenmont Survivors are 3 Grant of Edwin of and James of and 2 Eleanor Hatfield and jeannette Strandburg of Cleve Services will be held Wednes day at 10 in Peter and Pauls Church and burial will be in Cleveland at a later night at the ElliottHartUne Fu aight at the EutottHartline Fu neral Dover Readies Santa Welcome Santa Claus is coming to Do resplendent in an ancient fire escorted by police and the Dover Junior High Band Friday at 7 Santas visit here to officially launch the Christmas shopping will be preceded by an afternoon appearance in New Philadelphias annual Christ mas scheduled begin at 2 With the bearded gentlemans arrival here will come the turn ing on of Christmas lights throughout Dovers downtown shopping Shortly after arriving he will be taken to his personal head quarters in former Dover Hardware store on 3rd During weeknight shopping Thursday and he will be there from 6 to t Saturdays he will downtown from I to 9 to give the kiddies free Skating Pond Still Unsafe service Director Ream today asked from enthusiasts to re City Park tfcj weskead objects i throngs to test Its hut the it is ready Permits DOVER Elks 213 Wooster 7x8foot frame construc tion addition to present build Weeks Delay Set For Rail Stoppage CHICAGO AP Postpone ment of a nationwide strike scheduled for today will allow rail traffic to move as usual this Thanksgiving but negotiations between the railroads and three unions will resume next week in Washing The three nonoperating shop craft unions put off the threat ened strike for at least a week Sunday after receiving an ur gent request by Secretary of Labor Willard Later chief negotiator for the telephoned Joseph Sam Perry of District Court that the carriers were dropping an injunction petition which sought an order barring the Both sides accepted Wirtzs suggestion to resume talks in Washington The lepmeattag 000 emi are the Interna tional Brotherhood of Electrical No Thursday The Dally Reporter will Thaaksgiylag Caarcb end ether aettees for Frt days paper sheaM he la the BHUfffal Deaartafsat by t the Sheet Metal Work ers International Association and the International Assocbv tion of A union spokesman said Wirtz was advised in response to his request for a postponement that for the first time there is some hope of settlement of our Three other shop craft unions signed threeyear contracts Sat bringing to eight the See Page II CarTrain Crash Injures Doverite Paul of 1718 Tremont is hi satisfactory condition in Union Hospital to day after his was struck this morning by a B fc 0 Railroad switch engine on N Tuscarawas near Cash way Lumber The still under in vestigation by Dover re suited in Domer suffering lac erations to the face and bead a selfemployed builder was en route to work at the Police said the complete right and roof o Dealers auto were damaged Robert McCluney of 411 4tb was the On The Lady Birds Tragedy Account On Tape Page 4 Climbing Wheel Chair Page 11 CV Sever TVC 15 V Twin City School 24 Obituaries 8 16 Womens 13 By JAMES LONG ROME AP A TWA four Jet airliner with 72 persons aboard burst apart in explosions today as it was about to leave Romes Leonardo Da Vinci Air port at About 50 per sons were reported Trans World Airlines in New York said the plane hit a TWA vice said the Jetliner at the time was trying to abort its there was i truck in the vicinity of the run he Reports of the number of sur vivors brought to Rome hospi tals varied from 20 to Most were reported in grave condi The TWA office in Rome said the plane carried 55 passengers and a double crew of Among the passengers were 26 TWA employes and their It was TWA flight 800 from Kansas Chica See ROME Page 1 Ford Pushes Production Tempo Today DETROIT AP With ast of its local strikes Ford Motor planned to begin urning out automobiles again The first of laid off or strikeidled employes returned o assembly plants and maim factoring touts as Ford prepared to rejoin the produe ion race on 1965 model crippled since I because of what it shortages resulting from United Auto Workers Union liad lost production ground to Its General Motors and In what the company called the cumulative effect of the parts the last assem bly line had closed down Friday The strike at a key parts plant See Page I clear clear os clear cloudy New clear clear clear an clear clear Manslaughter Trial Begins Testimony in the manslaugh er trial of Bruce Wade of RD New was sched uled to get under way at A jury of 9 women and 3 men was selected by Common Pleas Judge Raymond Mce immediately ordered clear o view the scene on Route 250 n front of the Motor Freight where on 18 Orville Taylor of 213 Welch was killed in his sports Wade was indicted secretly by toe September Grand Jury as being responsible for the fatal He was driving a load ed coal truck which allegedly turned left in front of the car driven by The charge against Wade is for seconddegree manslaughter which holds a person respon sible for unlawful and unin tentional killing of another per At his arraignment Wade entered an innocent plea and has been free under Firemen Rescue 4 In Dover Blaze Dover firemen rescued 3 chil dren and an adult from a porch roof Sunday night at after being called to 4U 5th where clothes in a dryer were on fire in the residence of Ad die Damage was caused to the clothes and dryer as well and there was smoke damage to the Weathervane SATURDAY High 25 Low 12 YESTERDAY High 28 Low 12 Elsewhere In High Low Firtplact Wilbur Fair of 720 Fair NE told New Philadelphia po Saturday someone ed an outside fireplace at his i Show BIX Puts Marquee In The Sky KM THOMAS AP hUvteTeleviee Writer HOLLYWOOD AP Re anPPHnw Is vsvpajpsjism New York called an airline to confirm his return Whats the he Well be slowing Murder repJiid the He hid Hwriw Ahoy his flight to New So he sage on a flight that was show Ing Id Rather Be The passenger was this re and the experience in troduced m to a high flying form of entertainment that is becoming an important factor in the fortunes of two in dustries movies aid TWA was first to introduce airborne starting on two and art Later tie ice WM ggfrd tourist Taesaw vice pres ident in charge of considers the movies an impor tant factor in TWAs climbout of the red and into siiabto prof other airlines took This year American Airlines began offering movies on cross eouatry flights or steieophon ic music for those preferring more relaxed ftirHsji tti rated films between Los and pjaaes ator tfce of the Nearly everyone pleased with tae new torn of iee iMOW 45 31 28 74 81 32 27 40 59 39 23 28 21 48 69 25 17 20 51 23 TODAY 7 21 SNOW Last 48 hours Trace TOMORROW Sunrise Sunset High 48 Low 30 Forecast not so Holmes Form Fire Damage Is MOUNT HOPE A man was hospitalized and several ani mals and pieces of equipment were destroyed in a fire Friday at 1 on the Amos Yoder farm near here which took I fire departments hours to bring under Total dam age was set at Yoders is listed as good in Pomerene Memorial Hospital with burns suffered when the tractor he was attempting to save explod Firemen from the Prai lie MUlersburg and Fredericksburg Fire depart meats battled the which destroyed 17 a mare and LIU bales of a large amount of oats and ma chinwy tad I tUled The farm is located southeas el tfejai tat idnttsfti to to Carlson Fate Hinges On Talk By KENNETH WHITING the Congo AP Rebel leader Christophe benye has stayed the execu on of American medical mis ionary Paul Carlson again ut he says the stay will end Central government troops led y white mercenaries resumed their advance on rebel Stan They captured the town f about 120 miles outheast of the rebel In a Stanleyville radio broad ast the Central Afri an Gbenye added We expect results of the first negotiations before 24 benye was speaking of talks in ienya on the fate of Carlson and about white hostages held by his A good road links Lubutu with and the attack orce expected to encounter lit tle Under normal circumstances ou can reach Stanleyville from Lubutu in four or five hours a military source in Leopoldville Observers predicted Stan eyville would fall this week un ess the commando units run into unexpected resistai Rebel Foreign Minister Thom as Kanza arrived in Nairobi Sunday for talks with Kenya Prime Minister Jomo Kenyatta on the fate of white tages hi rebel They include M Americans and more See Page Dutch Oven Sale Pending Ownership of the Dutch Ovefl Restaurant in New Philadelphia may change hands after 1 it was learned Katherine Wayt of RD Do present restaurant opera said tentative plans have been made for Sylvamu ler of RD to pur chase the famed which also includes the Schoea It was reported that Kostetlet has made a down payment oa the a wellknown build ing probably win not run the business himself hire someone if if   

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