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   Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - December 21, 1964, Dover, Ohio                                Ball Of Fire Ohio AP one OM Robert Church promised his before She died of cancer in mi was that he would raise their three the way she would Be was a wonderful laid a housekeeper who cooked for the boys ranging in age from six to He fried hanfef than ever to give the boys the love and care they needed after their mother Early Sunday a house near Tiffin became what a neighbor woman called a ball of trapping and killing the young widower and his three sons Robert and Is Out Dads Fulfilled Promise To Dying Wife were leapljie all over the ClttM till CM tarMwe in ttatM Once who lives two houses away from the fire teem Hi Hopewell Town slid she heard a blast at She looked out the window and saw the frame house belonging to Church in It was an inferno and flames were leaping all over the recalled Andrew fire chief in He arrived 10 minutes after he got the There wasnt anything we could do but water it It was so horrible knowing that you couldnt do anything for those we were told were sftM fmace in the house may have caused the He set the low at 000 and was to continue his in vestigation a construction fore recently installed the fur nace and authorities ter checked and approved his according to Miss Helen 23year old housekeeper who lives two blocks away with her last saw the boys and their ther She would return to her home after Church re turned from He was Miss Jordan said in a choked He was never mean to was determined to tun them the best way lie cwitdand wai doing what he set out to fie did everything for those boys that was humanly possi He was a real gentleman and he showed the boys that he loved them Just as their mother would Barter A Mark Of Reporter Quality THE DAILY REPORTER VOL 40 41 Die In Mexican Train Mishap Largest Circulation In Tuscarawas County DoverNew December 1964 HOME EDITION NOW READ BY FAMILIES PHONE 42167 7 CENTS MAY BE HER IAST CHRISTMAS TREEDoomed to die from the rare Niemann Pick Suzie 3yearold daughter of and John laughs and plays with a neighbors in front of what may be her last Christmas Her died this year of the same hereditary disease that always is fatal within 4 according to Mexico AP A speeding freight train rammed into the back of a halted passenger train in dense fog near here killing 41 persons and injuring Three of the injured were American Nils Werner of was reported in critical His right arm had been amputated and he was in danger of losing a and Carl Benson of were reported doing They suffered leg fractures and other The accident occurred at the mountain village of 45 miles south of this capital of Tabasco State in Southeastern The area is about 600 miles southeast of Mexico The Americans were on their way back to Mexico City after visiting the archeological area of in nearby Authorities blamed the wreck on the fog and lack of attention on the part of the engineer of the freight A member of the freight train crew said the engineer apparently had been dozing and did not see the stopped train until too The identified as Miguel Sanchez fled from the The passenger train had left in and was on its way to Coatzacoalcos in Veracruz It had halted for a 10minute routine stop when the freight train hit Jaycees Give New Shoes To 15 Children Dover their wives and families spread some pairs of shoes to needy young sters in the Dover More than 500 worth of donated by students in the jun ior high and purchased by the Jaycees also were giv en Gene chair man of the annual Christmas tree sale which is used to fi nance the shoe reports that every tree was sold by Sun day and that the proceeds cov ered all of the screened re quests for Dummermuth expressed ap preciation to several business men and he 420 purchasers of trees fpr making this years project the most successful He added that one Dover woman dropped off a dona tion and that others paid a extra for their Parents of guardians are ask ed to cash in their shoe cer tificates at Nobils Shoe Store SATURDAY High 32 Low 8 TESTERDAT Low 20 Elsewhere In High Low clear 39 25 31 24 Los cloudy 59 56 cloudy 69 New clear 34 25 cloudy 35 28 cloudy 41 25 San rain 63 60 38 27 21 cloudy TODAY 7 SNOW Last 48 hours 1 inch TOMORROW High 35 Low 27 Forecast Partly cloudy and in Miracle Lane Plaza this Foul Call STRASBURG Theres someone in the high Police Chief Robert Mosley was told by an excited telephone the bicycle had been taken with caller at 4 uau who temporarily is in the last 2 living in sped up Inter state 77 to the school where he an earlymorning basketball It is the only time we had to they told through an unlocked The team was sent home Commissioners To Air Planning Draft Tuesday A public hearing on the pro posed county subdivision reg ulations is scheduled before County Commissioners Tuesday at 1 The hearing will be confined to discussion of standards and construction or bridges and ditches and all utilities and oth er pertinent The County Regional Plan ning Commission will not for mally participate in Tuesdays The RFC will conduct See Page 33 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS state Fresh rain and plumareas meting temperatures stung the Northeast and Northwest today made its official de Uhville Police Investigate Theft Of Auto Battery UHRICHSVILLE Richard Davis of 617 Trenton re ported that a battery and air filter had been stolen from his auto while it was parked in his garage Saturday Davis told police he did not lock the garage Police checked the area and battery valued at A boys red bicycle with the bar and rear fender missing was reported stolen by Jack Ri ley of 583 1st Riley said Veterans To Man SA Yule Kettles uwy wiu Veterans organizations will they gained entrance Salvation Army kettles in Dover a rut Phitaftolnhia Dover and New from I to f Philadelphia y the the Orden for toys will be at If to 4 Paver ml New Philadelphia Rotary alflHwajiis membere Ufld WINTER OFFICIALLY HERE New Snow Stings Northeners followed a coasttocoast cold Although the South and many of the middle states are experi encing a warming the northern corners of the nation had no With 8 inches of new snow portions of the Montana North Dakota area were still digging out from the storms in an effort to save thousands of stranded cattle and Hundreds of cattle suffocated as ice formed on their nostrils and North Dakota Gov William Guy called a meeting with Civil National Guard and highway department officials to determine what can be done to help the snowedin Ive never seen a storm like that said one North Dako ta Some portions of the Fortythree lawns were slight motorist Saturday night in New Chief Louis Clark this morn ing was checking out several tips concerning the Police said they found tracks in front and back yards of homes on 3rd and 4th Ross and Kader ly Church SW and were declared disaster snow usty winds struck sections Montana as cold arctic air Lightning knocked the face See Pagee 33 Phila Council To Air Salary Hike Tonight New Philadelphia City Coun cil members will meet tonight with Mayor Joe Pritz to take action on the proposed 1965 budget of the citys general Main point of the discussion will be salary increases for city including police and at an earlier asked Pritz to prepare such a trying to adjust pay raises of approximately monthly for city workers with an expected general fund defi cit in At the 14 Presi dent William Hjnig of Council called for tonights special after DUID meeting after Pritz announced the budget had been prepared and copies of it distributed to told New Philadelphia council members for partments to tonights session He that pub i session was Repairs were being made this morning when this picture was taken at Ann A Paps Bar in the scene of an unusual auto crash Saturday Suit In Fatal Crash Is Dismissed The damage suit against Marcia of involved in a fatal traffic mishap last July has been dismissed by Common Pleas Leonard of on fil ed suit against Miss who was driving the station wagon which allegedly ran headon into his automobile at the inter section of County Road 69 and Route 250 at Schmidt was hospitalized with multiple lacerations and internal which he claimed would permanently im pair him in the use of his The case was dismissed with out after representation to the court that the parties had reached a Costs were assessed to the On Miss Bigler was acquitted in a jury trial on a traffic manslaughter following the death of Ken neth Regina or North a passenger in the Schmidt Carpenters today were repair ing a gaping hole in the side of Ann Paps Bar in Roswell fol owing a spectacular accident Saturday night when 2 autos crashed into dllU It sounded like an exploBeverly Cottis and Dorothy bar owner Joe Fabiano John Strazisar of 230 3rd St uwuuuj liiuuuilg OUIUEUI1C upon special had stolen a ftf the Goshe invited members of city af Sm5 of his OUiSlna dfipnratmns lie discussion would have to ing by Alberta Miller of 417 St l r W mtil council and Hazel Mowls taxpayers within the Goshen Lo SASSinn OAO ct our of 202 4th Roswell Tavern Hit By 2 Vehicles Tax Decision Is Due Today The County Budget Commit tee was to meet this afternoon to consider the requests of Go shen Local School District Board of Education to remove the 4 mill additional approved in the 3 from the 1964 tax County Auditor Donald Kinsey said this morning he had re ceived the Goshen Boards res olution asking for the levy re The resolution was ap proved unanimously at a board meeting The letter containing the reso was misdirect ed to the County Commissioners office and was not received by Kinsey until this Goshen Local Board had been under the impression that this 4 mill levy would not go into ef fect if the consolidation of the Southern Local Schools passed at the 3 Though the consolidation did pass at the last the A UU lice Sunday morning someone 4miu levy was stm Pkced on thft finshen Snhnnl nistriots tav the Goshen School Districts tax M the 4mill levy is Other bulbs were reported missit a reduction for every valuation for all cal School YOUNOGINERAU ACTION MSPIEASES Purge Damages Vietnamese Position Viet of South Viet have been ttemm 4wbt by a weekend ptflkai by yojteg Viet the High Coiwca ao4 mem military and diplomatic officers made no official state ment on the crisis the coun trys sixth government upheaval fc less than 14 hut American displeasure was evi This power play did not seem called said one and basically we have to regard these generate as reb Premier Tran Van Huong and Chief of State Pban Khac Suu were still nominally in In a broadcast els tte flirty ffl the junta of young generals de clared confidence in and sup port tor both officials said the latest assertion of overall authority Nguyen Chanh Thi commander of the 1st Army is the dominant member of the He escaped to by the military badly damaged tte civilian govefvaeats pasi Acting with him ia Sunday The according to Fab tossed 4 patrons from a jooth onto the It drove hem halfway across the le Injured were Michael and looper of They were treated in Union Hospi al for The fourth Gene was un Being held in County Jail for driving while under the influ ence of alcohol is Edward Ford of according to drove his auto into a parkec vehicle owned by Rudy Ruffin of RD New Philadelphia forcing it into another parke owned by Kathryn M Szymialis of RD New Phila The Ford and Ruffini auto hen careened into the build The Szymialis auto jus barely missed the who will appear in Cen ral District suffered a lacerated lip and He also was treated at Union Hospital Assailant Sought In Strasburg Case STRASBURG Police Chie Robert Mosley said today he Dover High Seniors Pace County In Test Two Dover High seniors pac ed county students in the Ohio leneral Scholarship The test was administered 20 to approximately 300 eniors in the county and more nan in the Richard son of and William tenson of 521 Tuscarawas scored 774 points to place irst in the ninth in the district and good for honorable mention in the Peter son of and George Weller of 1111 Crater ranked sec ond in the scoring 694 He received honorable mention in the district and Close behind was New Phila delphia Gale Morgan 677 with similar district and state Fourth was Frank Andreas of Strasburg Also earning similar state and district honors were Gary Leatherman of New Philadel phia placing fifth in the and William Geib 661 of Tied for seventh position in youth for questioning in con nection with a Friday assaul case in front of the high school Mosley said 16yearold Gar McCoy of 6th SW was ex amined at Union Hospital afte he was knocked cold when town had been struck by another other he county were Geoffrey Coleman of New Philadelphia See Page 3S ongo White Refugees Say By ROBIN MANNOCK the Congo AP Thirty more white bos all missionaries and their are believed to have been killed by rebels in the northeastern refugees arriving here said The missing include an Amer Mary Baker of She was last reported at 82 miles north of on j Fifteen other missionaries intended to pick up a teenage were missing from Banalia and 14 more from 159 miles northeast of Fourteen refugees freed at Bafwasende by white mercena ry troops said they were not sure the other hostages in the We heard one volley of rifle The Mosley said said Dolena Burk of Cat sped away in a car containing but later the sinv Water Main Break Is Being Repaired Water service to homes in the area of Beckers Farm Market at 1127 Tuscarawas was expected to be re stored sometime early this af bas rebel soldiers promised See Page I Cambodia in 1M0 after ailing in ternoon after a water main on an attempt to overthrow the Davis broke this Ngo Dinh Diem Since Dions death he has risen rapidly in the Vietnamese at repaired by Suit 7 Water msrich Department It was ex pected to be completed vitaia vkt Director Dear Your Horoscope Around The World Goren On Bridge MMWfMM Obituaries I Television Sports Womens Pages Crane Alvarei   

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