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Dover Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - March 17, 1964, Dover, Ohio Simmons, Beitzel Cain Top Cardinal Conference Cage Laurels—Page ll What's A Vitamin? See "Tell Me Why" Page 17 The Daily Reporter VOL. 60. NO. 210. IS PAGES. Largest Circulation In Tuscarawas County Dover-New Philadelphia, Ohio, Tuesday, March 17, 1964 HOME EDITION 'Jwmm/ ft Serving Over 11,000 Families PHONE 4-2167 7 CENTS Phila To Seek New Levy For School Funds New Philadelphia School District patrons will be asked to approve an additional 3-mill operating levy in the May 5 primary election. The Board of Education last night approved a resolution placing the levy, which would run for 3 years, on the ballot. Already confronted with an the December, 1964, tax statements. Looking over a plaque given to Dover YMCA's 50-mile world record swim team are tankers Rod Kendle (left) and Jim Edwards, Dick McCann, guest speaker, and Tom Patton, YMCA physical director and swimming coach. SEE AROUND COUNCIL TABLE - PAGE 9 anticipated $49,000 deficit at the end of this year, board members said the 3 additional mills were necessary to meet increase Based on the current valua-ing costs as    well    as    make    up j tion of slightly more than $44 the deficit.    million within the district, the 3 The 3 mills    would    be added    to    mills would produce around —-—-j $132,000 in revenue each year. Besides covering the deficit, Hall Of Fame Chief Serves Tasty Dish' By Dan Kopp Daily Reporter Sports Editor Ifs understandable that Dick McCann, director of the Professional Football Hall of Fame at Canton, is in such demand as a speaker on the banquet circuit. At least it is to the 160 who were in Dover Masonic Temple Monday night under auspices of the Intra-City Service Club Council which planned the event to honor members and coaches of the YMCA swimming team which set a 50-mile record on Jan. 25. The Washington, D.C., native won over his audience from the again on the basis of personal start with his delightful Irish observation and complaints al-wit.    ready received from citizens Deviating from the “standard” plagued with soot problems, desire, etc., in athletics address concerning he spoke about his Council Committees Have Several Problems Ahead City Council covered a wide range of subjects last night during a comparatively-lengthy 2-hour session, then adjourned until Monday, April 6, with a number (rf committee projects scheduled to undergo considerable study in the interim. The service committee headed by Ward 3 Councilman Albert Campbell will be the busiest. It was asked last night to revive the long-debated question of smoke abatement which the 1962-63 Council tossed around with no drgree of solution. Ward 4 Councilman Robert Balr brought the matter to focus the additional money would pay for more teachers, necessitated by the increase in students, a pay hike for teachers and to meet some of the deficiencies listed in the recent state inspection report. School District residents are Lanes Inc. and The National    now' paying 17 mills for operat- Bank fo Dover, seeking the va-    ing and another 5 mills for bond- cation of an alley which runs    ed indebtedness. The new' levy east and west between    Bell-    would set    the school    tax    millage view Ave. and another    alley    at 25. However. Eugene Bowers of    north and south between Emer-    In other action, the hoard: the finance committee asked    son and Anoia Aves., a counter-    Authorized Clerk - Treasurer that a set salary be indicated    petition filed by William A.    Don Wagner to request an ad- before any approval be    made    Becker    Real Estate Agency, and ; Vance of $185,000 from    the Coun-    ^{TicuU " to Teeriiit" and ~ retain on the recommendation, and    a question posed by Albert Mas-    ty Auditor on the February tax    l()l>flj,rht men    and    women. Council president Arthur    Hanni    sarelli,    owner of the Acme Sani-    settlement, wkich has    not been    ", concurred by returning the mat-    tary Supply & Window Cleaning    made as yet.    MASSILLON, Ohio IAP)—Dr. ter to the group.    Co., on    the debatable vacation of    Hired Mrs. Gertrude    Maple on    Virgil E. Blanke announced to- A petition from Boulevard    the north-south alley, also were    a temporary basis to work in    day    he will    resign    as    supe I in- given to the service group    the high    school Ccifeterin    snd    tencient    ct    Massillon    s    public Massarelli, who said he    sign-    Robert Timmerman    on    a    tem- j schools    Aug.    I    to    join    the    fac ed an earlier petition approving Porar.v appointment as school ulty at Ohio State University. A homeowner helps a fireman turn water on as flames eat into a fashionable area near Glendale, Calif. Brush fires have destroyed more than 3,000 acres in Hollywood and West Los Ange les, ★ ★ The commute further recommended that a part-time dog warden be hired, with the position to become self-supporting through collections of fines. NeWS    WINDS    SUBSIDING Briefs WASHINGTON (AP)—President Johnson asked Congress today to increase pay of govern ment employes. Unless such legislation is enacted, he said, two million ied- men hope of getting the upper hand over the blazes. Brush Fires Hit California Area LOS ANGELES (AP) Howling winds which whipped three brush fires into a destructive holocaust subsided today, giving fire- eral workers will be deprived of “fair and reasonable pay ad justments,” and it will be more The winds were down to around 33 miles an hour early today, with a Weather Bureau forecast of a further drop. Fire officials said that will permit use of planes dumping fire-retardant borate solution on the hot spots north of Los Angeles. Planes could not be Dover Man, lh, Fined In Theft Gary Davis, 26( of Dover pleaded guilty to a charge (rf work with the Washington Redskins pro football team and. naturally, about the Hall of Fame building in Canton. Harry Yockey, editor of The Daily Reporter and second vice president of Kiwanis, served as master of ceremonies and, on behalf of the council, gave the swimmers a huge plaque inscribed with their names and picture commemorating their achievement. The plaque will be displayed in the YMCA. Members of the Eastern Star served. McCann’s humor was evident throughout, expecially when he See HOF, Page 2 that.” The service committee also will continue its study on a dog ordinance. Campbell reported last night that the committee had scanned an old statute and proposed fines of $5 for the first offense and $10 for a second of-ense in letting a dog run wild. Charge Dropped Against Amick “We have been told,” Bair petit larceny yesterday and May-commented, “that the city is or C. LeMoyne Luthy fined him laid out wrong, but there is no $106.20 and sentenced him to 30 way we can correct this. We Jays in jail, suspending $75 of have a smoke problem and we the fine and the jail sentence, must make an effort to correct Davis turned himself in at the police station Sunday night. At 2 that morning, Dover police had attempted to question Gary and his brother, John, 27. of 139 Fair Ave. NW, New Philadelphia after spotting the pair acting suspiciously in the downtown area. Gary threw aside a packet of tools and ran off. John was arrested and jailed after he could not give a reasonable account of himself, according to police. The larceny charge was filed by John McGonigal of 316 Wal- the north-south vacation, processing of which is still unknown, urged a public hearing on the entire area problem. He indicated he planned a $50,000 modernization of his business but was stymied because of the earlier vacation move. The proposed extension of Parkview Dr., under w h i c h builder John Spiker would be assessed $800 of a total $1,700 charges for additional right-of-way, came under fire in a letter See COMMITTEES, Page 9 custodian at $3,900 annually.    Blanke,    36. will    become an Approved an insurance con- associate professor in the Bu- tract with Gibson Insurance Agency at a 3-year premium of $637. the lowest of several bids. Commended members of the Quaker basketball team and music and science students, who achieved “superiors” in a recent contest and science fair. Following approval of hills for payment, Wagner noted that $48,331 was still to be paid on the $600,000-plus new construction and remodeling project at the See LEVY. Page 2 Vocational School Speedup Is Urged Ernest Beavers of 604 Crider nut St. Gary admitted upon be- Third Patrolman Quits At Nc'town, Applicants Sought ing questioned that he stole the tool kit from McGonigal’s car. John was released after the charge against him was dismissed. Gary, however, was jailed once more for non-payment of his remaining $31.20 fine, but Ave. NE, New Philadelphia, this morning dropped a charge of assault and battery he had filed earlier against James E. Amick, 20, of 230 4th St. SE, New Philadelphia, in Central District NEWCOMERSTOWN — Mayor j County Court. James A. Tufford announced to-    Amick    was    charged    with    at-    was    released    last    night    when    a day that applications for the tacking Beavers in front of friend paid it. position of patrolman on the Tony’s Bar on Tuscarawas Ave., Suspension of the portion of Newcomerstown police force are New Philadelphia, last month, the fine and the jail sentence being accepted in his office and Judge Clarence Ferrell said was on condition he does not ap-w ill be accepted until March 27. Beavers specified no reason why pear in the court again for a This move was necessitated by he dropped the charge.    year, the resignation of Roy L. Meek, " who resigned this morning. COACHED AT PHILA Meek’s was the third resig- |_______________ nation of a police officer in the last 4 months. He resigned without notice. Meek was hired in December to replace Bill Ludwig, the first of the 3 resigning. Ludwig gave no reason for quitting. Arthur Studd, who quit last month, stated “he could not get along with his superiors.”    OXFORD,    Ohio    (AP)    —    John L.    (Johnny)    Bricked, 37,    ath- Qualifications are male be- letic director at Miami University, died early today a short while tween 21 to 31, a high school after being admitted to McCullough-Hyde Memorial Hospital here. John Brickets, 57, Dies In Hospital By Tom Parker Daily Reporter Staff Writer The steering committee for the proposed Tuscarawas County vocational school last night elected officers, heard recommendations from 2 representatives of the State Department of Educa tion, and laid plans to submit a planning schedule to the state by June I. Garrison Finzer of Sugarcreek, a member of the County Board of Education, was elected executive committee chairman. Kenneth L. Bartter of Dover, representing the County Chamber of Commerce, was named vice chairman, and Alga Weaver, the county home economics agent, was elected secretary. Earl C. Bower and Tom Mc-Connaughy, representatives from the state’s Vocational Education Division, addressed the 22-member committee comprised of one representative of every board of ment for you people,” Bower said. “There are other vocation a1 schools in Ohio, others in the United States, even others in territories, but vocational schools still are something new' under I the sun. “There is legislation right now in Washington which will encourage vocational school districts being set up commonly, but you people have the opportunity of getting in on the ground floor, so to speak. Hence be coming a forerunner in one more thing among many others.” Bower pointed out he was See VOC ATIONAL, Page 2 Jobless Benefits For County In '63 Total $1.5 Million A county - by - county report graduate and in good health. Man Posts $500 Bond UHRICHSVILLE—Glen Mulk ett, 22. of RD I, Newcomerstown, pasted a $500 bond in Judge Richard Musgrave’s Southern District County Court yesterday on charges of assault and battery filed by Willaim R. Patterson of RD 3, Newcomerstown. Mullett entered no plea. 25. A hearing date was set March that he first met Brown. Brown slid into second base and Briek-els tagged him, too hard, Brown thought, touching off a hassle, but the two later became fast friends. Brickels was former assistant to Paul Brown when Brown coached the Cleveland Browns professional football team and one-time basketball coach at West Virginia University. He returned to Oxford recently after treatment at Cleveland Clinic for a long-standing heart condition. Brickels was a native of Newark, Ohio, and a graduate of Wittenberg University where he was a three-sports star. It was in a baseball game between Miami and Wittenberg V DAY BRIGHTENER He’s no longer your little boy After leaving Wittenberg, Brickels coached at New Phila delphia High School, two years when he consults the encyclo- as head coach, followed by six pedia instead ot asking Cop-    Sep BRICKELS, Page 13 education in the county, parochi- on unemployment benefits paid a1 schools and 3 Chambers of during 1963 has been issued by Commerce.    the Ohio Bureau of Unemploy- “I think this is an historic mo- ment Compensation. Tuscarawas County was paid a total ot $1,557,714. The state total was $153,569,784. Payment in area counties were: Carroll $695,507, Cashoc-ton $759,314, Harrison $200,988, Holmes $82,770, Stark $6,951,201 and Wayne $661,364, The bureau reported inter-state payments, those made to unemployed workers who gained eligibility in Ohio but moved to another state in search of work, was $9,654,076. John Brickels Weathervane YESTERDAY High 61    Low' 25 Elsewhere In U.S. High lira Pr. Albuquerque, clear    50    29 Boston, cloudy    44    31 Cleveland, cloudy    61    27    .01 Fort Worth, clear    76    46 Jacksonville, cloudy    64    54    ..    I Miami, cloudy ____ 81    72    ..    I New Yolk, cloudy .51    M    ..    j St. Louis, clear ...    70    37 San Diego, clear ..    79    58 Washington, cloudy    65    43    ..    I IOU AY 7 a.rn.........29 RAINFALL Last 24 Hours .05 Inch TOMORROW Sunrise .......... 6:33 Sunset ............ 6:35 High 44)    Low 20 Forecast: Sunny and wanner. reau of Educational Research. Nc'town Man Critical After Life Attempt NEWCOMERSTOWN — Mar tin E. Smith, 55. of RI) I is in critical condition in St. Anthony hospital in Columbus after attempting to end his own life yesterday afternoon in a tool shed at his home. Authorities said he shot himself in the left eye with a .22 calibre rifle. He was found unconscious by his wife. Margaret, when she arrived home from work about 4 p.m. Earlier she had talked him at Heller Tool Co. where he was employed. Deputy Sheriff Earl Doriche said an attending physician at Columbus hospital reported the bullet entered Smith’s head just above the left eye, making a “clean tunnel as it came out an inch higher.” Doriche said Smith had been in poor health and despondent. He was .scheduled for a total disability examination in Canton. Mrs. Smith began to look for her husband when he wasn’t in the house when she returned home from work. After finding her husband she called Wilford Edwards of RD I. Guernsey, a cousin and then summoned an Abby Funeral Home ambulance which took Smith to Coshocton Memorial Hospital. When Doriche. who arrived at the Smith home at 5:39, reached the hospital orderlies were placing Smith in an ambulance for the trip to Columbus. Doriche I then returned to the Smith home and obtained the rifle. He said Smith had Jell a note tor his wife. day. Sparks from power lines downed by the howling winds were blamed for starting sev- See FIRES, Page 2 Parley Held On Next Move In Burial Case County Commissioners met with Prosecutor Harlan Spics today to discuss ways (rf caring for a cemetery at the former Children’s Home property in Dover. Spies said that he wanted to research the legal aspects sur-and Glendale, about 12 miles rounding the unprecedented sit- gusted as high as IOO rn.p.Ii. The multimillion-dollar fires lashed through expensive suburban residential areas bordering Glendale, Burbank, Pasadena and Newhall. The fires scorched at least 10,000 acres in all. Fire officials, rechecking the damage, saki at least 23 homes were destroyed, and seven badly damaged. No deaths were reported. Several firemen were injured light ing the blaze in the rugged canyons and ridges. Thousands of homes- were evacuated in areas near the two major blazes adjoining Burbank north of downtown Los Angeles. Oil fields were endangered by the other lire, near Ne'whall. Fire officials pinned hopes for .stamping out the blazes on behavior of the hot desert winds that have reached gusts up to IIM) miles an hour since Hit' tire started about 5:30 a m. Mon- Attacker Gets Fine, Will Pay Victim's Bill Wade McIntyre, 44, of I I7'i» N. Tuscarawas Ave. pleaded guilty yesterday in Mayor’s Court to a charge of assault filed against him by Ernest N. Small, 21, of Parral. Mayor C. LeMoyne Luthy fined him $206.20 and sentenced him to 30 days in jail hut suspended $175 and the sentence on condition McIntyre pay Smail’s medical expenses and put himself on good behavior. McIntyre slashed Small on the top of the head last Wednesday night with a broken beer glass in the Wagon Wheel Bar of 132 N. Tuscarawas \ve. Sinai! was attempting to restrain him from further slashing the face of Mary Briggs, 39, of 2104 N. Tuscarawas Ave. Congress Puts 'Questioning' Eye On Antipoverty Plans Beach City Council Boosts Labor Rates BEACH CITY-—Village Council met Monday night and passed an ordinance increasing unskilled labor rates from 90 cents to $1.10 per hour and semi >>kille<i from $1.10 to $1.50. Because of numerous complaints of dogs running loose, owners will he subject to fine*,. Council paid hills totaling $69 Mayor Paul Justice presided. WASHINGTON (AP) - Con gross trained a questioning eye today on President Johnson’s antipoverty program as it began an uncertain journey through tho legislative mill. Democratic reaction generally was favorable to the plan the President si/bmitted Monday to that w«s new in a program some of them regarded as aimed primarily at promoting Johnson’s political chances in November. Peace Corps chieftain Sargent Shriver, designated by the President as his personal thief of pick up a number of previously    B)    direct    the    war    against    Ho    rose considered proposals, add some Povertv, was listed as Hie first witness as the House Labor nation which arose with discovery of the burial plot reportedly containing a number of children's bodies buried from the home. Richard Demuth, chairman of commissioners, said Spies indicated he would try to contact the Cleveland prosecutor’s office which handled a .similar case in 1961, Atty. James Stephenson, counsel for the Community Improvement Corp., 2 weeks ago located the history of the Cleveland case in which a church wanted See PARLEY, Page 2 Philo Home Tract Slated A new housing development is in the offing tor the New Philadelphia area with today’s announcement that Highland Hold-erbaum of Evergreen Dr., wellknown Dover developer and builder, has purchased a 151-acre farm adjoining the corporation line on New Philadelphia’s Southside. Known us the Clyde Robinson farm and the termer Dr. Sigrist. farm, the tract lies to the west of County Road 24 (Oldtown) and south of Hummers Valley Rd, Holderbaum reportedy will develop the area gradually, building new homes us constructed ones are sold. The transaction was handled by Mrs. Robert <Paula' Smitley, sales representative for the Russell E. Bennett Real Estate Agency with offices in New Philadelphia and Uhrichsville. ON THE INSIDE Dear new ones and wrap them up .    ...    __ into a $962.5 - miiion program ( o mm it tee moyed to consider a- Hospital News Abby .. ope  ...... Around The World Goren On Bridge aimed primarily at assistance to needy young Americans. Republicans, wary of being tagged with opposition to any measures that would reduce poverty, nevertheless found little tion of the over-all presidential proposals. Sen. Hubert ll. Humphrey of Minnesota, the assistant Senate Democratic leader, predicted See CONGRESS, Page 9 Obituaries ____ Television .... Sports ........ Women’s Page Doctor Writes Doc tor Crane ... 17 ...17 ...13 ... 17 ...13 2 . .. lo ll. 12 .. 8, 9 15 .... 8 ;

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