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   Evening Independent (Newspaper) - June 22, 1964, Massillon, Ohio                                MONDAY JUNE 22 SALMAGUNDI Born this morning in Massil lon city hospital to Mr and Mrs Paul V Wanner of 117 E Canal st Navarre a son Born this morning in Massil lon city hospital to Mr and Mrs Thomas J Garrett of RD 2 Dai ton a daughter Born Sunday in Massillon city hospital to Mr and Mrs Louis M Champa of 129 Harvard ave NE a son Born Sunday in Massillon city hospital to Mr and Mrs Vernon A Tabellion of 116 16th st SW a daughter Born Sunday in Massillon city hospital to Mr and Mrs Gail L Lambert of 232 W 2nd st Brew ster a daughter Bora Sunday in Massillon city hospital to Mr and Mrs Joseph D Coon of 627 State ave NE a son Born Sunday in Massillon city hospital to Mr and Mrs Charles D DeBos of 11736 Lockwood ave SW a son Olen Duke Gerber of Wilmot is confined to Aultman hospital Canton where herecently under went surgery Born this morning in Doctors hospital to Mr and Mrs Mart Woodruff of 1291 Kenyon ave SW a daughter Born Thursday in Canton Tim ken Mercy hospital to Mr and Mrs Maurice J Schandel of 1800 Perry dr SW Perry Heights a son Born Saturday in Massillon city hospital to Mr and Mrs Arthur S Wolcott of 10388 Shep ler Church rd RD 1 Bolivar a daughter Mr and Mrs D W Harry of 226 Stewart ave NE recently visited the Shenandoah National park and the Skyline caverns in Virginia Paul Kurzen was taken Satur day to his residence 1797 Wood SW East Greenville from Massillon city hospital where he underwent major surgery His condition is reported improved Mr and Mrs Carl Lewton of Linway ave Perry Heights have been called to Lisbon by the death of their grandson Evan Evans jr 15 which occurred Sunday Richard Weaver son of Mr and Mrs Lester O Weaver of 861 Reservoir dr NE is confined to the Massillon city hospital whert he underwent major surgery June 12 Richard was a freshman at Kent State university this past year Jerry Ridgway son of Mrs Velms Ridgway of 2388 Delaware SW Canton has gone to Bowling Green to begin summer classes Bowling Green State university Jerry graduated in May from Perry High school He k the grandson of Mr and Mrs Albert C Barr of 2364 Southway SW Mr and Mrs William Diehl and daughter Wanette of Appleton City Mo arrived Friday evening for a weeks visit with their parents Mr and Mrs John Allan of West Lebanon and Mr and Mrs Joseph Diehl of Fredericks burg Their mobile home will pre cede them to Kimball Neb where Mr Diehl has been transferred by Boeing Aircraft Co Miss Kay Davies daughter of Mr and Mrs Edward M Davies of 206 Korman ave NE has com pleted a years internship in medical technology at Mt Sinai hospital Miami Beach Fla She will receivt her degree in medical technology from Kent State university in August Mrs Davies and Mr and Mrs William Kiefer and daughter Lori Kay motored to Miami Beach recently and were accompanied home by Miss Davies Mrs Edwin L Richards jr oi 433 6th st NE who was injured in an auto accident last week while visiting Mr Richards par ents Mr and Mrs Edwin L Richards sr of Worcester Mass has been taken from the Wor cester city hospital to the resi dence of Mrs and Mrs Richards in Worcester Mr Richards also injured in the accident is still confined to the hospital The 3 children of Mr and Mrs Rich ards who also were involved in the accident were treated at the hospital and released MIKOYAN IN INDONESIA JAKARTA Indonesia AP Soviet First Deputy Premier Anastas I Mikoyan began an 11day visit to Indonesia today apparently anxious to curtail Red Chinas influence in Indo nesias Communist party The Evening Independent Member Associated Preu The American Newspaper Publishers jlMorlitlon Burtau of Advertising the Audit Bureau of Circulation am tha Ohle Newspaper Association Th Press U exclusively en titled to the or tion ot jl credited to it or no and the local news published herdn National Advertlslnr Repre Shannon it Associates Inc with Jn New York Chicago Detreit Atlanta St Louis Kama City tat Anjclec and San Francisco por weelt by T daily ncws pe yeir tlven uuon re quest aecend class matte it tmttt tfce Mi ft 19 Are Fined hi Todays Court Session Fines totaling and costs were imposed on 19 persons pleading guilty or no contest to various charges following arraign ment today in municipal court The charges pleas and court action were Speeding Donald E Welch 20 of 220 Snyder SW Na varre guilty and costs Jack R Shearer 36 of 124 North ave NE guilty and costs Miss Shirley J Helmuth 20 of RD 1 North Lawrence guilty and costs with suspended Mrs Gloria M Elasky 35 of 11800 Bonnie Brae west of Massillon guilty and costs Russell W rtaier 27 of 1704 Windsor ave no contest found guilty and ined and costs and Harrison S McMasters 21 of 141 Guy st NW guilty and costs Driving left of Center Cloyd Lambert 28 of Route 62 Rich ville guilty and costs Stop sign violation James L Imith 30 of 8271 Manchester rd NW Canal Fulton guilty and osts Yellow line violation Robert A Jelen 21 of 818 5th st SW anton guilty and costs Defective muffler Delbert A Woods 20 of 526 6th st SW and Eli J Hershberger 54 of Wilmot both pleaded guilty and fined ourt costs of Passing at the ereri of a Melvin Christner 44 of Wilmot guilty and costs Failure to stop In the assured Iear distance Harold L Har bert 52 of 333 Oneida ave NW Canton guilty and costs and Georgia A Kasunick 42 of 2405 Greendale ave SW no con test found guilty fined and costs with suspended Reckless operation Edward D Ott 29 of 10050 Forty Corners rd north of Massillon and Clyde Harvey 27 of 341 llth SW both pleaded guilty and fined and costs with 35 suspension of their drivers licenses Ott is per mitted to drive to and from work Intoxication Mrs Joan Wil liams 29 of 1327 Oak ave SE and Clarence V Williams 18 of 706 Green ave SW both pleading guil ty and fined and costs each and Wayne L Jacobs 19 of 113 Ohio ave NE no contest found guilty fined and costs A charge of assault and battery against Eugene D Jenkins 30 of 1018 Main ave W was dismissed at the request of the complaining witness his wife Doris P O Station Store Closed Because of tilt closing of Baly eats West Center Cut Rate store at 612 Tremont ave SW Thurs day the post office had to shut down its No 1 contract station there Acting Postmaster Willard C said today Geis said this will necessitate the advertising of bids to secure a new location for a contract sta tion in the same general area Geis also announced today that through the cooperation of the city administration and city council we have effected the re moval of the parking meter ad jacent to the mail deposit boxes on Federal ave at the main post The postmaster said this wil give patrons using this facility ample room to approach the boxes make deposits and pul away without having to maneuver their cars Rinks Store Chain Bought By Gray Drug Gray Drug Stores one of the nations principal drug sillons Towne Plaza Shopping day while preparing to attack a acquired Rinks Department Negroes and more than 300 Stores chain a Cincinnatibased j whites passed each other on op retail organization operating 5p0site sides of the street Sunday fullline stores with leased softjjn one Of the more dramatic en THE EVENING INDEPENDENT MASSILLON OHIO MELLE FOLLOWS BEACH state troopers charge into the Atlantic Ocean in St Augustine Beach to break up a melee involving white segregationists and white and Negro wade in demonstrators The wade in apparently was an attempt to test local re sistence to integration of public facilities after the recent passage of the civil rights bill by the senate Negroes Plan Attack On Marching Ban ST AUGUSTINE Fla f r o Negro integraiionists planned chains with a local storeln Ma7lnew daylight demonstrations to enter is entering the junior department store field Adolph Weinberger chairman of Gray Drug Stores and Jarlyle W Evans president an nounced today that the chain has state ban keeping them from marching at night The new round of events was planned after simultaneous dem onstrations by whites and Ne groes The bands of about 120 goods departments in 4 others WEINBERGER AND Evans said the purchase effective July 1 is expected to add to Gray Drug sales during the 196465 fiscal year Hyman Ullner 42 president of Rinks and his brother Coleman Ullner 44 vice president will continued to head Rinks which now employs approximately 450 persons Evans said Gray Drugs entry into the fullline junior de store field is an im counters of the citys recent ra cial unrest THE STREET between the 2 groups was filled with state and local police who were convoying each parade Some of the white marchers waved Confederate flags Other carried anticivil rights signs A few yelled taunts at the Negroes some of whom stared ahead with out visible emotion I The 2 demonstrations wound in and out of the center section 164 Complete First Week At Camp YNoah A total of 164 boys and girls from the Massillon YMCA have completed a week at Camp Y Noah south of Akron Camp director Walter Parks executive director of the local had 20 leaders assisting him HE ANNOUNCED these win ners of camp events BringEmBackAlive Day John Wasem won possession of the Frank Buck hat for the third straight year Treasure Hunts Kim Mon tague won in the younger group and Gordon Littleton in the older Council May Be Called On Reports A special city council meeting may be in the offing to consider the report of the equalization board on complaints by down town property owners on assess ments for 4 proposed offstreet free parking lots The report of the board was made to City Solicitor Richard E Reichel Friday night REICHEL SAID today he will take the repprt this week to Cleveland for an opinion by the citys consultants the firm of Squires Sanders Dempsey If indicated Reichel said a special city council meeting will probably be called so council can act on the equalization report as soon as possible The next regu lar meeting of council will not be until July 6 The 3 member equalization board made up of Mrs Margaret Norton Warren E Weisgarber and Eastman E Chandler held hearings on 18 complaints filed by property owners in the down town taxing district set up to pay for the purchase of sites for the proposed parking lots A separate recommendation on each complaint was prepared by the equalization board and is con tained in the overall report The contents of the report has been kept confidential The board has no authority to enforce its findings but can only recommend to council that assess ments be upheld or modified Awards For Eagle Vets Service pins for 58 years of membership in Massillon Aerie 190 Fraternal Order of Eagles honored 3 timore Bicycle Safety Check Is Under Way Here Bicycles were being safety checked and city bicycle licenses sold at the Whittier school play ground today in the opening day of a 2week city drive for bicycle safety checks A city meter maid was assigned to the playground to issue li censes where needed The safety checks are being made by playground personnel SAFETY SERVICE Director Raymond J Marchand said that after the close of the drive on July 1 all bicycles which are rid den on city streets without 1964 safety tags and city licenses will be subject to impoundment by the city City ordinances require a safety check each year and that each bicycle display the current Safety tag Only 1 bicycle license is need ed however for the life of the bicycle and bicycle owners now having licenses are not required to get new ones The safety check and safety tags are free The bicycle licenses cost 25 cents each Tuesday the bicycle check will move to the Longfellow play grounS and a meter maid will be stationed there from 9 a m to 5 p m to issue licenses THE CHECK will be at a dif feitm piaygiound each day for the next 2 weeks to give resi Former Local Soldier Pens JFK Ballad A folktype ballad called A dents of all sections of the city an opportunity to get bicycles checked without going to fire stations Regular safety checks which are held by firemen throughout the year at the 3 fire stations will be continued this week and next during the playground drive Bicycle riders may take their bicycles to the fire stations rather than to the playgrounds if they prefer Checking hours at the fire sta tions are 2 to 4 and 6 to 7 p m on Monday Wednesday and Fri day of each week New Parking Meter Plan Is Proposed The Downtown Revitalization Committee of the Massillon Chamber of Commerce will con sider a plan tonight under which merchants would provide meter maids with change to feed meters for delinquent parkers in stead of writing tickets The plan is in effect in Wopster and a Wooster representative will report to the Massillon group at tonights meeting City officials and councilmen also have been invited to attend the session UNDER THE PLAN mer chants would provide meter maids with change with which to feed the meter the first time a car is seen in violation A courtesy ticket explaining the meter time has been extend ed would be placed on the wind shield instead of a real ticket If timers Sunday as Tribute o JFK has been written the meter maid found the lodge celebrated Fathers Day Each received a the initiation of 11 new mem which they shared with cabin the opening of additional Rinks units could be a primary corpor ate objective after the acquisition ecomes Rinks has stores in Hamilton than a couple of blocks apart Gov Farris Bryant clapped a lid on night demonstrations Sat urday after a tense Friday night situation in which a large group Milford and Xenia Ohio A new M u a tnre was reonened rpcentiv in marchers passed Police Probe Three Thefts Police today were investigating 3 thefts which occurred during the past few days Officers said someone broke a window at DeWees Dodge 1208 Lincoln Way E sometime Saturday or Sunday to gain en trance They said the thieves forced open a cigaret machine and took an undetermined amount of change Eva L Harsh of 331 Common wealth ave NE said her purse and its contents valued at were stolen sometime Saturday from a drawer at M ONeii store where she is Police did not specify at which of the 2 ONeii stores the theft occurred Someone broke into the H and C produce store at 1407 Erie st S sometime between last Thursday and Friday and stole a radio valued at police said Auto Plunges Into Creek A 57yearold Massillon man escaped serious injury today at a m when his auto rolled down an embankment and landed on its top in Sippo creek in the 200 blcck zi Wetmore st SE The driver Alfonzo Provitt 57 of 1008 13th st SE sustained a laceration of the left arm and was released following treatment at the Massillon city hospital Police said Provitt told them he was driving east on Wetmore when he glanced from the road to look at his watch They said the auto left the roadway hit and knocked over 4 concrete guard posts and then rolled down a 15 foot embankment coming to rest on its top in the creek Police charged Provitt with reckless operation store was reopened recently in Svendale a Cincinnati suburb fol owing a fire earlier this year and a new store will be opened in Florence in July Rinks also operates leased soft goods departments in stores at Zanesville Lima Marion and Bowling Green Ohio These stores are operated under the Rinks name but are under sep arate ownership and manage ment GRAY DRUG OPERATES leas ed departments in the Rinks stores at Milford Xenia and Ev endaJ and will also operate the drug health and beauty aids de partment in the Florence store Gray Drug was founded by Weinberger and has grown from in sales in 1929 to in the fiscal year ending last June Its headquarters are in Cleveland and it operates 151 drug stores and leased drug de partments The Gray division consists of 106 conventional drug stores hi Ohio and adjacent states The King division with a store in Massillon operates 33 leased drug departments in discount depart ment stores and 12 discount drug stores Gray also has a laboratory and photo finishing division with facil ities in Cleveland and Columbus Rinks will become the 4th oper ating division Bible School Program Set A program which wil be pre sented Thursday at p m will feature Community Vaca tion Bible school being held June 1526 at North school Classes are held from 9 to a m at the school The school which has an aver age daily attendance of approxi mately sponsored by the Sippo Brethren in Christ and Pleasant View Mennonite church es and the HiWay chapel Two evening classes on Chris tian Characters are being taught by Frank Sturpe and Mrs Clar ence Hooley in addition to the morning sessions Willard Ressler is serving as superintendent of the school Marvin Hosteller is assistant su perintendent and devotional leader of the junior department Mrs Eli Hostetler jr is chorister and devotional leader for the pre school and primary departments Teachers of the school are Mrs Willard Ressler Mrs Robert Wengerd Mrs Vernon Kandel Mrs James Mollahan Mrs Doyle Basinger Mrs Harvey Shaffer Mrs Walter Steiner Mrs Wil liam Ressler Mrs Chester Path Mrs Robert Hartman the Misses Janet and Laurel Horst Carol Buchwalter Judy Thompson Priscilla Wengerd Vera and Vida Schlonogcr Linda Haueter Ruth Ressler and Alice Schrock and Marvin Hostetler The first successful parachute jump was made Jacques Garnerin in 1797 Carnerin sccndcd feet from loon by dfi bal in a few hundred feet of an even larger band of whites Violence was averted then by fast working police sheriffs deputies state highway patrol men and other state officers Firemen Supply Water And Keep Train Running The Massilon fire department Saturday at p m came to the rescue of a Baltimore Ohio dieselpulled train that was stranded at the Youngstown Hill crossing here because it had run out of water The needed water used to cool the diesel engines was supplied by the fire department Train men explained that the train would have to be taken off the line if no water was made avail able since no other water would be available until the train reach ed Holloway a small community in Belmont county in southeastern Ohio mates Indian traditional affair held Thursday had the braves of Chief Crazy Legs John L Rowe subduing those of Chief Sitting Bull Richard Individual Events best fish erman Ricky Dawson best boat man and crew Kim Brewer and Kevin McKinney best archer Laura Putman best marksman Larry Hose Best hillclimber Phil Gardner astest runner Debbie Lewis aest horsewoman Susan Mottice best canoeists Bill White and Tim Putman catcher of the largest fish Jim Carl best soft ball team cabin 2 in the Lake view unit best kickball team cabin 3 in Cedarcrest unit and best golfer John Wasem Best camper recognitions Cedarcrest unit cabin 1 Kathy Coen cabin 2 Claudia Francis cabin 3 Betsy Strabley cabin 4 Eileen Murphy cabin 5 Anita Swigart Orchard unit cabin 1 Randy Forsberg cabin 2 Kim Brewer cabin 3 Phil Gardner cabin 4 Ken Tuersley cabin 5 Beth Pol lock Lakeview unit cabin 1 John Hrivnak cabin 2 tague cabin 3 Bob Spicer cabin 4 Bob Merryman cabin 5 Mark Edie Other counselors besides Parks Rowe and Francis were Mrs Wal ter Parks Mrs Richard Francis Mrs Rollin Reiter Mrs Marge Enter Pleas Of Innocent Two women charged with the theft of from the mother of a Massillon patrolman pleaded innocent to grand larceny follow ing arraignment today in Canton municipal court The pair Mrs Shiela Lee 21 address listed at 862 Howard st Canton and Miss Sharon Holmes 42 of 1949 S Main st Akron de manded preliminary hearings which were scheduled for July 8 Bonds of each were con tinued Police said 2 women bilked Mrs Esther Martin of 1550 Bed ford ave SW Canton out of the as the result of a con game last May 22 Mrs Martin is the mother of Patrolman WilliamMartin of the Massillon police department Hearing Is Postponed Preliminary hearing for John F Piacente 39 of 1723 Holland ave SW Canton charged with 2 counts of second degree man slaughter and scheduled for today in municipal court was continued to July 13 Piacente was arrested by high way patrolmen in connection with the traffic deaths last March of Paul K Farver sr 48 of Can ton and Mrs Alwyn Hester Ilonk 39 of Reedurban The fatal acci dent occurred on Interstate Route 77 just south of the StarkSummit county line Pact Signed TOKYO AP Communist China has signed an agreement for economic and technical co operation with the new republic of Tanganyika and Zanzibar bers John Ehmer attended the event to receive his 58year pin but John Bamberger and Frank Eberly also members since 1906 were un able to appear because of illness Some 200 persons attended the ceremonies as awards were voted to the 140 old timers with 25 years or more membership in Aerie 190 About 75 of the vet eran members were on hand to receive pins Fiftyyear pins went to 10 mem by a young exsoldier from MasiapSed a second time with the same car parked in the space a Charles Ellison 23 of 1421 regular ticket would then be Tremont ave SW has copyrighted issued his tune and is presently seeking a publisher HE WAS SERVING in the U S Army last Nov 22 in Wurz burg Germany when a buddy came in with the first news of the presidents assassination That night Ellison penned the first draft of his song The song is a condensed story of his Ellison said bers J H Brenkamp William begins with a talking segment Cleaver sr Harvey how I heard of the Albert Tag DillerlvRalph Hoop ingarner Louis Kouth F C Eein weber G e o r g eyLipps Charles Butch Lustig arid Harry Oehl Guest speakers at the initiation were state trustees George IXwe joy of Maumee and Mel Houston of Canton All fathers in the organization received cigars secretary Robert L Gardiner reported The wom ens auxiliary served a luncheon after the ceremonies Jo Ann Hopes For Elk Title Jo Ann Holloway of Massillon believes she will be named the shooting and wrote the song The first verse goes like this Who was the greatest president On this most folks agree The bestman there ever was Is John F Kennedy For he was just a young man only 46 But he was one of the smartest men Who ever entered ELLISON who had his own band before his army days has written several other ballads As far as he knows his song is the only one written expressly in tri bute to the late president He got his copyright Jan 4 01 Ellison said the ballad touches on Kennedys Cuban ulti The plan is being considered here as a stimulus to downtown shopping Temperature Close To 90 A hot summer day today and a hot and muggy one Tuesday was forecast for the Massillon area by the U S Weather Bureau station at the AkronCanton airport The temperature was to climb to 87 today and drop to a low of 65 tonight Tuesday will be partly sunny warm and humid with thehigh around 90 degrees Scattered thundershowers are expected Tuesday Hot weather will prevail next 5 days with temperatures averaging 4 to 8 degrees above the normal high of 83 and the low of 60 Rainfall Tuesday will measure Vi to inch Mayor Keen On winner of the beauty and talent matum and the civil rights issue contest held Saturday by concludes with the assassina Ohio State Association of Elks tion and a lament on the loss of but said today she has not yet re ceived official notification Miss Holloway who just grad uated from Washington high Kropp Mrs Sue West Mr and ultea wasmngto Mrs Harrv Fox Oiw Smart school said she originally Mrs Harry Fox Guy Smart Bob Durhamer Gary Wade Charles Parks and Rocky Brown Junior counselors included Mike Chanak Bob Felts Mark Labbe Diana Loeffler Stephanie Snyder and Sherie Parks won sec New Licenses For Barbers The Ohib State Board of Barber Examiners of Columbus said today that effective last June 15 all fees for state barber licenses and applications for licenses have been increased The increase was approved in a bill passed by the last session of the state legislature The registered barbers renewal fee is now the issuance fee or first license after examina tion is restoration fee examination fee Renewal fee for registred ap prentice is now apprentice issuance fee apprentice regis tration fee and apprentice examination fees Jackson To Hear GOP Candidates Several area Republican candi dates at the November election will be introduced at a meeting of the JacksonLawrence township Republican organization Tuesday at p m in the Jackson grange hall on Mud brook st NW according to Thomas E Klein of Lake Cable newly appointed chairman of the organization Four of the candidates will speak They are George France running for Stark county record er Lloyd Grable candidate for Stark county treasurer Richard O Kuhn seeking tp fill an unex pired term as Stark county com missioner and Paul Brown can didate for state representative The public is Invited Refresh ments will be served ROCK BREAKS WINDOW Ethel Miller of 902 llth st SE told police Sunday that a rock was tossed through a window on the west side of her i the president ond place n the contest and a Col umbus girl took first However the winner was disqualified bejThomas J Dodd claims Soviet in Soviet Industry Lags Dodd Says WASHINGTON AP Sen Mayor William J Keen is out of the city on vacation until Thursday Safety Service Director Ray mond J Marchand reported today the mayor can be reached in case of an emergency Quote Of Day VATICAN CITY AP cause she is married and has 2 children The contest was held Saturday evening in Columbus Jo Ann ap peared in swim suit and gown and sang Love land lead the Connecticut are about to send you Jo Ann the daughter of said Sunday adding that inaround like sheep in the midst and Mrs James Holloway of 803 creased EastWest trade may of wolves We urge youBe as Walnut rd SE represented Tuscawell be a matter of survival for prudent as serpents and as sim dustry is lagging further and further behind the West and is Quote of the day Pope Paul VI growing more dependent on to 136 missionary The Soviet Union is suffering priests on the first anniversary shorages of copper tin nickel his election to the papacy rawas Lodge 632 of Elks and Queen Marys Temple 778 both of Massillon She plans to enter McKinley Business school in Can ton in September She was a member of the Tiger Swing band while attending Washington high Cuba and the United States have the same national sport baseball easonable SERVICE Tlw flrrt wt fill ftr yu vUl prtvt tt JTN BALTZLYS k DRUG STORE TE 34161 he Communist nation jple as doves Safe drivers pay less for Travelers Insurance a caraM drww Cal Hcfo THE F W ARNOLD AGENCY COMPANY LINCOLN WAY THIRD TE 21558 PATRON PARKING OFF THIRD STREET   

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